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The Florida peninsular
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Title: The Florida peninsular
Alternate Title: Peninsular
Physical Description: v. : ; 70 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Thad. C. Andrews
Place of Publication: Tampa Fla
Creation Date: October 20, 1869
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tampa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hillsborough County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hillsborough -- Tampa
Coordinates: 27.970898 x -82.46464 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1855.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1874.
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended in 1861?; resumed in 1866.
Numbering Peculiarities: Resumed vol. 1 in 1866.
General Note: "Democratic" <1856>; "Republican" <1873>.
General Note: Editor: Simon Turman, <1859-1861>; Sam C. Craft, <1866>.
General Note: Publishers: Simon Turman, <1856>; Wm. J. Spencer & Co., <1859-1860>; Wm. J. Spencer, <1861>; J.E & T.K. Spencer, <1866>; T.K. Spencer, <1869>.
General Note: "Here shall the press the people's rights maintain unawed by fear, unbribed by gain."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur" -1866-.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 3 (Mar. 3, 1855).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002013373
oclc - 11286473
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System ID: UF00079921:00397
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t CALENDAR. IN TE.EiESSEE.Br mother wouldn't have known-it' if it had 'l'he sixth one mortally wounded 4 the i A IFI'srricd Maiden 2Iurelere Josh BiII1ns S ; Gortgs. < ) ', t t 1; 1

J4:4: l! : one. It.now reads as follows : Colonel, who remarked, with fine! humor,,, In Chacjigo, that unhealthy liot-beil! of 1 : -

:: I I' is'! .I I MAKK T'W AI SPIRIT OF THE TENNESSEE PRESS. that he would) lune to Fay good morning: marital misery and disagreement, u tragedy Josh Billings relateth_ his o'tX --ri- ,. o. .1 r rI

'J: jjifrif! ""I "The inveterate 1iars'of the SemiWeekly now, as he had business up to\\11. He,''I : has transpired, less revolting in details ,I enre thusly: f' ; ': _: .'
IHH m t then the .4 I
I [From the Buffalo Express.] Earthquake are evitKotf t1 ly endeavoring and inquired way to the undertaker's;I of crime than most-and with strange ele- I Ican: never eradicate boll from my m m'f'-
left. ;
The chief turned to me and[I j ments eif Rose Welden luckless "
to palm upon a noble and chivalrous niiaaiieu.' I lor 'tIle found oft t the first Oorg 1vtr ,. b .
1 .. .. .. 12L I told by the physicians! that a said : heroine of the ) -L', ,
; IUUU Z1 was people another of"their vile and brutal story, was some threet heanl. I was setteu on the fn.r.t stupo of ; U
.J"j 6 \10175- 2 4 Ie' 8 t Southern climate would improve my health, falsehoods with to that most "I am expecting' company to dinner years since a beautiful, inexperienced, t -
': 1'. 12 12 i4 | I( 11 12 1 18 14 16 18f regard and a tavern in the sitt ty uv Butfr1upc'r.iveIy i I'n
; and I vent down to. Tennessee and got a shall have to get r(' cly. It will l bee; L easily influenced girl. Her father 'was ,
glorious of the. nineteenth -
f il8 IV 20 21 22<2S 24 I' 18 It to 11 t2 is conception century )hui.. The Sun was going to bed,and{ I
: U IT 28 !29lSol! S4 16 18 fl 282' SOl berth on the Morning Glory'and' Johnson the Ballyhack Railroad. 'Tho idea favor to me if you will read proof will attend superintendent of the horse*railway staf.1::. tiu ht'veus fur and nero \v.s Hushing' t tth I I \
: .. .. 31 ; ; County War-Whoop : associate, editor. to customers" in the West tIi\'ision'and David WU-Ii '
l t. 4. aa. that Buzzardville was to be left off at one ; ,:I t The Kry ]Kanaliih.if I ;
: 112 I f.I" 1 /1 2 8 f J I When I went on duty L found the chief side originated in their own fulsome brains 1 winced a littlo at (the idea of attending the other actor in the tragedy, was u'{ thai! performance.( i'
: 8 9 10 11 It 18 14 'I 8 9 to 11 11 11 ::; gulden! waters, were OJi its way tu Albany
: editor tilted back in to the customers but I'M bowildered time driver in the
.- sitting three-legged __or; rather in the settlings which they too :: a same company's employ. '.
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J 15 Un18.> 20jl I I and 1 was j;crusin nv 'I
: 2222U2.52627281 21212324252627E chair, with his feet on a pine table. There regard as brains. They had better swallow by the fusillade that wax ftill'I t botes; flcatin bi and thinking) ov Italy I 1

E 2' 1011' .. .I 28 2t SO was Ano.ther pine table in the room,. and this'lie: and not stop to chew it, either ringing in my ears to think.of anything Walsh pained the confidence ofc his overseer !I where I used to ,live) and her gom1oh'N.: -
II 2 a f 1234I another afflicted chair, and both were half if they want to save their abandoned: to tnH continued : t and visited at his house; where he saw ( '
o I 6 1 10 11 I 'I '8 10 11 '"Jones : My entire sole, as it were, wnz in \'t't.-- -r-
2 burled under newspapers and scraps and will be here at 3--cowhide him. lose,and soon advanced to a close "
I t l' 16 111'l18! It 12 14 11 IS 17 18r reptile carcasses the cowhiding they so I tr intima-1 I I wanted to klime, I felt grat, I a'-timl-YIr : .
sheets of There wooden Gillespie will call earlier I with her. Her father
was a awoke
cqfl2JU II 22 U t& 251 .,10 il IS sa if U manuscript. richly desarve. pl'rhapthroV r cy only to a) t l There in this lift. Ju- -
... s8 89 10 .. ..I 56278293031t box of sand. sprinkled with cigar "That ass, Blossom, of the Higgins- him out of the window. Ferguson will I realizing sense of the situation, when hw grew. are things : -.
>" 0 _. ,'_ __ stubs and "old soldiers/ and a stove with vllle'TJiundcrtolt and Battle-Cry of Freedom be about 4-kill him. That is all for to. intimacy had! resulted in an engagement i I I big hi be trifled with! ; theN are times -:, ,. t

a door hanging by its upper hinge. The is down here again bumming his day, I believe. If you 'have-: any odd I Then h* forbade Walsh his house, and,exacted -, when a man brakes luse from him df .
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i 8m YK ,1Z5 iirfd.. chief editor had a long-tailed black cloth board at the Van Buren. lime, you may write a blistering article from his,daughter a pledge never to..I when he sees,splrrits,when he can almost, : ;; : .J
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frock coat ,on, and.white, linen pants.- "We observe that the besotted black thopoltee-v-give tho Chief Inspector r receive the man again The separation, fill h'wn--al. .

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: for one year, 14."ATTORNEYS. wore a ruffled shirt, a.large seal ring, I Is 1a ; giving out;, with his usual propensity !, weapons hWl le ra\\"l>ammunition there tunato evening they met by chance at a most That's swear what ailed he"M -president. ., t "

--- .-,- V standing collar of ,obsolete pattern auda for lying, that Van Wetter i is not elected. in 1 the corner-Ihft and banadges, up there fair, and t their fWiner relations were 'gtaL.Iilhe'd But the me. love did .

:; !. AT. LAW. checkered neckerchief with the ends The heaven-born mission of journalism.iso in the pigeon holes. In case of accident, ( though the parents knew nothing of course 0true never .. :
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I IL MTTCHELt Attorney Law.and .Solicitor 1848. He was smoking a cigar and try- educate, refine and elevate the tone of He fttl'Crti8tw take it out in. trade." I afi'.iir culminated in A marriage in the i too). Just as I woz doing my best- .

-; : in Equity Ing to think of a word. And in tryingto public moral, acd manners and make all He-was gone. 1 shuddered.: At the J Catholic Church, which was meant to 15 : dummer, dummer, spat, bang, heller, crash -'

p Officer-in: Lodge. buU. .ing. think (f a word, &nd in pawing his men more gentle, and holier, ai.il happierand ml of tht ntxt! three hours had been I I secret ; bur t there were present tht*e who I roar, ram, dummer. rip, whAng, rare, rally .

HESDEESON- HENDERSON.. ..AttorneY't hair for it, he had rumpled his locks a yet this M:ukhe&rtcdillain, this through perils \\tfulthnt all It\( of knew )[r. Welden and his opposition to i dumtner, dnmmer, damnu-r, daw-with _-
and l\otulell"iabUc. deal. lie mind and all I the matter and who hastened one trernenjuajump, I strut: t the center of ":
; t at law good was scrawling fearfully, lli-spa\\ned miscreant, prostitutes his cheerfulness had gone from I to acquaint
th"f
Office-corner of Whiting.and Franklin. and I judged that he was concocting a great office persistently I to 1 tho dissemination m'. Gillespie had called raid thrown rut ; him with the secret. The resolute old t the sidewok, with :another stood in : -

: SAM C. CRAFT Attorney at La" an
Chaneery. me to take the exchanges and skim through and degradii.g vulgarity. His paper i is I and when I gut ready t to do the cowhiding I was fetched home again, unwed save pony at a band ofmurc.rlJzm swelled ii \vild' ,

OeeiQtheCo1rtHOWIe._ them and write up the "Spirit of the notoriously! unfit to lithe into the people's he took the job off my hands. In:I by words. And as, a few days after, it despair at the tavern, mi hart ieeth up

MERCANTILE. Tennessee Press," condensing into the article homes, and ought to h( banished to the an ('Il'ounterHh a stranger, not Su the I.was found that Walsh} had .left a wife in as big us an outdoor oven, my wereas -

'- all of their contents that seemed of gambling hells and brothels where the bill of fare, I had lo$ mj 8'n1r.nvt1lrr the State of New York, from whom he I loose as a string of bedes. I t hot. all f ._
0 1tA1T A CRAFT, Dealer a-Dry Goods ) the crockery in the tavern had fell down. : ,
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interest.I stranger l hy> the of luid not been divorced that fact to all intents
of name left
mass reeking pollution hich does duty Thompson, : i '
Groceries.Grain Hardware, Ac.Oppoaite 1
Clothing ., .. 1 thot fenonynfr.0.' I thntof(;JabrelandI 1
wrote follows : me a mere wreck and ruin of chaotic and p trpOhe.*, annulled the Cen'mo- .
therionda: Uouse. as its editor, lives and moves, and has rp#? I .
his! hom. 1 tile 0tMnk. :
I his being. And at last, at hay in the corner( and) beset i IllY. Walsh never svriuUsly l pressed the If I Ic.ue I was just on piut : ,
: EA./JLAJlKt A CO..Dn1enin Dry Good, SPIRIT OF THE TENNESSEE PEESS. "Blatherville wants Nicholson : by an infuriated mob editors, blacklegs owing to the fact that number of ; of sometoing else, -when the knlerd I r

Hardware, Furniture, Wood-Ware, Groceries ; "The editors of the Sa ;-WccJJy Earthquake .it wants a jail a and house pavement l politicians i and desperadoes, who relatives of his first wife reside in Chi.-ago, i ijmd kilO cut to the front step: of the ta\trn. J '".. I ,_

t ,Saddlery, Clothing, &e evidently labor under a misapprehension poor raved and it m-uied lest fur him holding by a string the l-ottoiu vf an old .;i I
Marioutreds.' more. The idea of a in I swore, and flourished theiri to keep as much | I -
CornerVabbgton pavement a one-
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bracket He krawled I with
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f' Bally horse town with two gin mills and a blacksmith weapons about t my head till tho air shimJ J in the! hlt'kgrourullisJosibll'. The coup-
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:. I; CL L. FRIEBELE, Dealer in Dry Goods Clothing Railroad. It i is not the object of the company shop in it, and that mustard plaster ineredith glancing flashes of steel}, I I I leoften ui rt, but always sustained the apf'esrunce his hui.d, I went .slola up to him he karn- 1- 1 1i

;: -- Yankee Notions Hardware, Crockery to leave Buzzardville off to one Mde. of the was in tht'.act of resigning brth t 1 of mere acquaintances, and the ed my feeres, he set it was a pong, I saw j,
t. a newspaper, Daily Hurrah my on ,
I Groceries, Patent Medicines On the contrary,1hey consider it of the the cursed thing, he sed supper wuz reddy t1
one the
t wlll'nth has sincebeen
Better borrow of paper, chief arrived and I young woman ) employed in
Memphishere the ,
Washiicloa Franklin street
I I j; ." most important points along' the line, and is cheap The crawling ibsect article with him a rabble of charmed and enthusiastic ruilinery store. Walsh, two weeks ago, asked me if I wt1l1 hay Mark or green tea : .

i L. O- COY ACEVICU.Dealer in Western. Produce consequently can have ro tif.'ire {to slighl Uuckcer, wLo eluls the\\ JIurruh i is friends. Then ensued a scene( of appeared in t the store and asked for Miss nut I told} him wml.. 4 4 '
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-. ; t Groceries Conf*tionsrl*I,. arJwATI', I I it. 'J'h* gentlemen! of thw Eatfiujtitex I!: j about thi.a: pa\erm! >nt business ,with riot and carnage such ns no human pen, Rose Welden, she having resumed her ;'

4: i I' tvei McKay cte'. old stand.W I 'li, (,f vnoe, take plcVure! in c.Jciag his; customary loud-mouthed imhfcility, or steel one either, could describe. People maiden name. When the young woman IIoxv the Thorns .CameIIoj.0. uit 'UIC, > ,. -

._ the correction.: S and ,were shot probed dismembered discovered who it was that desired to :, ,
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S p..FERRIS,?J r>t*. Dealer! in Dry Gouoh, "John'W. Inos \ llo\vn-up) ) thrown of she returned word that she Tho
I lI rJw _roekery, Groceries, &e. and Agent I Such foul, mephitic scum its 'lii' vermin out the window. was not in rose was once still more -beatiful .;
,I I for Alliance line of Steamers.Store oj the Hipirlnsvilic! 'l/MvdcrKt! GK! ; ous: Itaokncrare a displace to .journalism. There was a brief tornado of murky the store. On leaving the establishment} than it i is now, as it bad: not even a thereto i 'ii t

,d -corner Washington 'nJnrOe Bnltk Cry if' Freedom, arriveni in the cityyesterday. i$ "That degraded ruffian, Bascom of the blasphemy, with a confused and' frantic half an hour Liter, she was considerably mar its great beauty. It: stood ir. a remote : .
< streets S t He i is stopping at the Van ; war-dance glimmering it startled to find Walsh in front of the cf the and -
S Dyiry! Shriek"f Liberty; fell down and through and I place corner garden, so >tmse ,
4 1 JOn: JACKSON, el.er in Dry *Oood*. t, Hurt* lltqie. I l }broke his leg h'rbY-f'ity it wasn't his then all was over. In five minutes there The frightened girl did not dare do otherwise it was t trodden upon by t the hasty f)ot of :. :
t c H..rd..1r' Tii 'ar."Nol.iJ fI"", "Groe.rie!, 4We obsi-rve that o; r f"""\.4>or,-iy; uf neck lie says it was MeLility caus-ed \hy was silence, and the gory chief and I sat than to accept his ivitation to ride \\l\f passers-by. : ,

; Croe !f3'.warC a1a1crykc. ; i the Mud bprings Jior/j! >.
: S S fl I'nOSEU ,*Dtaler.in :Dry Good,' HardwrTin'wareBtaUonary len into the error of supposing! that the caused by trying to Jug six gallons of that. strewed the floor around us. He touched his breast pocket, and felt the. its own defence, and then aiu-tfcer, and ;: ;
Wetter
election of Van is not established -
::1 Groceries Ac. an forty-rod.whiskey around town when his bald! : outlines (.f a revolver. Frightenedyet l still another, until the plant that bad I been :

-D I Kennedy A Darling's old..uud.fj ._ fact, but ho this will ha\a discoveredhis hide is only guagi-J for four, and anxiety '.You'lllikt' this ;l.if-e when you get L none, sbeakked Walsh why he carried. t'4tt t'lp.eJ the pride of; the garden was (&"- -i :s\
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mistake reminder '
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: J.-S-:: L1GIITF.Y."T- in Dry Good. Grot where he .was going to bum another six. .used to it.' weapon, and Le answered, "I always do." j I I ereelwita thorns and was sbunrn.l. by dlit ', I'

1-:; r J ,cen.a, llarjvat, Tinware. CUockcry-ware, him no douU. .lie was tSoubtless misled Ho 'fainted from the exertion of walking I said! : ")lllylJl' 1 might write to suit Noticing her agitation, he inquired if sh iI j -' i"r; -, becaus-o cf its jru-klv R.. .. :; \
j. S$4U1.rg.Le; by the incomplete election returns. too much in the sun !' And well be you after a \hue, as I had had some I I wa frightened. She answered in the uf ': i-- ..

; : ''i; Mitchell's tftd. ._ ". is: pleasant to note.that the city of: might say that-but if he would walk practice and learned the languages am firniathe, and remarked, "I am afraid: 1 '
I Blathersrille is endeavoring to contract; bo would confident I could. Bat to the you want to shoot ." He ) JOIUL. I
:- F. BRANCH.. Scrg&t':1. Practicing Phjwcian straight get just a.s far and not speak j t me. lauglied at
- Dealer Drn; ud llo-licii.es. with some New York gentlemen to pave have to walk half so much. For years plain truth, that sort of energy of expression her fears protested t that she was very dearto When a young person is naturally i

S ,Store-Washington tre!opposite Ferns it. .well nigh impassible street with the the pure air of this town has been rendered has its inconveniences, and a man I is bun, and that he would not harm a blessed with a happy and theeifiil disposition ".

;I r** Nicholson pavement. Bat it is difficult perilous by the deadly breath of liable to interruption. You bee f that your hair of her head! for the world. On reaching I : let them take caro that they add ,.. ,

; MISCELLANEOUS. to accomplish a desire like this since this perambulating pestilence, this pulpy. self. Vigorous writing is calculated to the neighboring! of her home both alight- :no thorns to it. There are many :trials! in -

Memphis got some Nv, Yorkers to do alike bloat, this steaming, animated tank of elevate the public' no doubt, but then I 1[ (d from the conveyance and walked side this world and if we grow impatient when 0

) H. KRAD3E-Cl*cVimiUi, Wheelwright. Bug. service and then declined to pay for mendacity, gin and profanity, this Ha com.i do not like to attract so much attention 1.by side towards the house, Walsh constantly ne meet them, and think bad thought", .

S ; gyMsber&e> *-' it. However, the Daily;( Jhurah still i Perish all such from out the sacred and as it calls forth. I cm'tvri(, with comfort !t holding his wife by her rC'\s.-. or speak quick, angry words at every provocation --

I Shop-Head of Franklin rtreet.n. urges the measure with ability, and eeujs I m tjt' tic mission of journalism !" when I am interrllpt.1>< so much as 1 1'' Fearful of some impending evil she had weshall bo like the rose that -.rt

\ WEISS! ROn, confident ultimate success. "Xow that is the to write have been lo- :I\'. I like this berth well I : no sooner reached the gate than she bounded I, I 1 put forth thorns, and so the gentle hearts :

Man jicti-rtr f of Paddles and Harnts I "We are pained i to learn that Col. IJas-; and tlthe point.way Mush-and-milk-peppery : enough, l hut> I dont like. to l Il'> left here 'to I j into the house, but not without having i :will come to Le hard, and gentle vo'cc-t! -
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':-- l ---- com, chief editor of the Dying Shriek /i :' wait on the customers. The experiences; Walsh! at her }heels. She hastened up > will grow harsh. Although there i is "i..> .
journalism the fan-tods.
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gives me
J. FLETCHER. I Liberty, fell in tlw street a few evening* : Aihtut t this i time brick I I are novel, I grant yon after a fashion, t stairs to her sister's room, crying loudly i I j rose without a thorn,** there may IK In'.ny ,, '

: : Baker and dealer in Confectioneries since and broke his )leg. Ho has lately : the window with a a came crash through and but they are not judiciously distributed : for help, and, when about to close the door I Iupn I hearts! so; kind that they never"l-rrtur) f'ha I

S and Groceries. been suffering with debility, i-aused by i j considerable splintering i A gentleman shouts at you through the | ht'l'o self, WaMi. reached the heul: ofl! word to hurt or wound anyire.: ",
me a .of in
-: W. E. SWEAT. Dealer' in F atnily G roc erje*. over 8icknl'; work,, in, hi and i,, fxmilv.anxiety aiid on it. i io_account"mwkl..l of_r;i t r gave middle of the back. I moved a jolt oifl the of :; .window! ) and .cripples, mej. ; -a bomb-shell!I the stairs,.and fired the fatal bullet. TIH'I j j'report ;
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J. FERRIS/Jeweler A Anctioneer. "the --I'I- range: -I began to feel) in the way. The J \'e-pil'e your gratification I, people of The Icoland'-rs have cuiSous cus'ous! I
Opposite that he fainted from I
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and sends [Il1f the house and
,- 7 Dm* Store. chief said : the stove dour down I I Miss 'Y den's }brothercaught ; :ainlamo,! t oifectual one, ef pivveiitiug t

: too much in the sun. "That was the Colonel, likely. I've I 'my throat ; a friend drops in to swap hold of the murderer, and held him !j horse from straj ing. Two gentlem"j for .' i

- CITY DIJtECTOItY.Y- I passed my manuscript over to the been expecting him for two days. He ,compliments with you, and.! freckles inc I until the police> While held down : instance 1 ; are riding together without httftidance. ::"I i

S r : ,. ,'- chief editor for acceptance, alteration or will be up, now, right away." ,with bullet boles till my 'skin won't hold to the floor he begged his captors to Kill anti wishing to alight for tie p _.

: CHURCHES. destruction. He glanced at it and his He was correct. Th "Colonel" j ,my principles j you go to dinner and him or allow him to accomplished t the desired I I'-i -j'liNf. \isiting i some object"' at a tlistmtefrom i -

: $ .S )ethodiit. R... WF.CoUier. P. E.. corner face clouded. lIe ran his eye down the peared in the door a moment afterward ap1h: ones comes with his cowhide ; GilleKpio end himself..--whieli he had undoubtedly .. I the retail. they tie t lhtail: t'f 1 r.I

1 of Wathinton And Lafayette Stre t*. Services pages, and his countenance grew porten with a draggoon revoher in his hand. : :|I throws me out of the window ; Thompson intended to do. But lie was analent i one; iiorso hI t the bl'aIf thu ot h.:. un.i! -

'M11m&nd7p.rn. Sabbath School at 9 tous. It was easy to see that somethingwas He said : (tears all mj clothes off ; and nn entire:. cd for wilful murder, and! lies Imilless In t lit,- l.vaJ of this to the tail of the f JTOHT. ; .

*.L.fm' wrong. Presently l he sprang up and "Sir, have I the honor of addressing ,: I f stranger takes my scalp with the easy : j jail while his imples victim: hose \(I- I In this state it is utterly imjioHhle. th..l .

r DftptuL'Her. 8. C. Craft. Pastor. Service at said: the white-]iveied who edits I j freedom of an old acquaintance ; and in J I den, dii4, after (tell days: mental as \u-Il : I they can move either Ittcn--arJ: or f\"ar.!, ,. ..
poltroon this -
5 S\- ; f3r Ami; ;and,7 p m. Sabbath School at 9 a '. I Thunder and lightning Do you suppose mangy sheet f' | ]j less than five minutes all t the blackguard's as physical 1 I suffering., .. one pulling one way, and th? t'tJwT t.l" ,, ,
: Catholic Jler. Father Lauad era, Pator. St- I am going to to those | j in the arrive in their I .
F vie** at 10 a mand 8 r m. speak cattle "You have-be seated, sir-}he careful /. country war paint, .t r.>vv' Radical ItIOJ-\uh't'w. reverse, and;!, therefore, if dis1hs-d l i.
jjf te'j.. jf that WlDo you suppose my subscribers of.the hair imd proceed to scare the rebtof ml*- to j : all it will be
- _- one of the legs is gone.- !' :J Johuooa (() >r Uc.l'c'cl : move at only a circ!', ana ,
are going t to stand such gruel as that ? :I believe i I: have the pleasure of adde.-s- ileath with their tomahawks. Take it all i I Senator.' even then t there! must IKan agrel'mt'Jlt. .

: : LODCES Give me the pen !1" ing the blatant, black-hearted scoundrel 1 j tt together never Ita\'e"ha..] such a spirit- \! From the n.ilaJoIp'uu l're.Uadica( :). } t to have their heads in the same: the dinHon. ; *:- -(
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Hribboron h I never saw a and scratchits i (['d time in all life 1 have had I
Lodge, No. 25 F& A. M Meet pen scrape Colonel Blatherskite Tecumseh." my as to- j Tennessee I t .
I : 4r t and third Saturday i ii tach month at 7 so J t(Jay. No I like and I I is de\eloping a new move in ;,
viciously
., 1oekpin. way or plow through another "The same. I have a little account !j you, like your :i her State Politic By it i is ...._-
many con- 1
man's verbs and adjectives so relentlesslyfc to settle e(aim, unruffled way of explaining: things
with you. If you aro at leisure I I ceded that under the election Andrew Npotroi 5 i. rt..l t. linte ,ail t
Royal Areh Chal't.r 4th new : rep ilurjnir tAn
o. .rcetU .
While he in (
every was the midst of we will begin." to: customers, but you pee 1 am not used t; .
< ufday in eaefa mo nth 7pm. Johnson will receive his credentials as iIIDf''' ot the 1'rince Inij'erinl, thiit if it J i'
his .
work somebody shot at him throughthe "I have it lo: it. The Southern Heart is too impr.1- ,
j i
article
an too United
on States
'Enccruragi Senator. It is said now I sroYe.l r\t111.e woullIcclnro rinei. !: '
window and marred the si;if Southern i is I' R J- f
open symnit-I i i ing hospitality too lavish
of
POST IVogress Moral[ I
: and that
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OFFICE NOTICE. ry of his ear. Intellectual i ivith. the stranger. The paragraphs: Messrs. Stokes, Hjownlow, Maynard, -.public 1 tnt *Ti iu-l; !. lie recov r. rri: 'wouM ,I Ionly r.
i peu-loiiinent in Aiijeric.i to finish but j I I and alo
/ "Ah said ,tvhich. I Ktheridge, freely declare t that lose a name. I tu; olLcr worJi, tl I
: :I OFFICE nouits. he. 'that i"n that. scoundrel ,, there i is |J...o hurrr>. !egizi.:: han written to-day, and into >i I the :l'nah''ill retu.-e to admit Mr.I Johni 'I'1 atti : /
Smith of the Moral 1plco1io-he i 'ivhose, cold sentences *-"piNIf XnpuUon I 1IouU coiitaiti all tl.i.0n _
1 S was masterly [ :
1'11 your
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,! hu..lj
A. x. to 6 r. ) Uffpt yunJ ayl'. I to get you to excuse ml'l, i son, under a sjM-cifed contriicti of the '
due And he snatched j hi IllS infused t the fervent ,: *'nts of '
MAIlS CLOSE. yesterday.7 a na- j I j think. : spirit of Tenne1 1ee I chiuseofthe t "( a r.o'l'\lhli| io. 'act lj.tr Hftiiv; / -

NOSTB. EASTAUI AID WKJ1'nor. vy revolver from hN belt and firtd.I j :Both iii->tul.- raiig i-nt ihtir; fime flam- *. journalism, will wake uj another iat that body to Constitutionihiih l h ) exclusive dndnres j just tIle! renl ;NC tl>er ii>t c.oaJ'.tip oftho '/ :f .
Wednesdays and Smith dropped shot in the The o If hornets. All that mob of editors e judge of thu !1ire ill ito .
Sundays, 8 p, it thigh. or fit i he .Name inbtJit.T. Thi chief! I III-t will qualification( of I t"Irit".l 'ttee, wh"e we luue". 1 _.
a tbosi-Vlertcd it.
to The|
. 'SIAILSDVl shot spoiled Smith's aim, who was just ; lock of hair. and - (lisqualitlcation' i is .
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Wednesdays audSaturdays 6 0 o'clock P. M. taking a second chance, and crippled a.stranger. drd is en- a md want somebody for hreukfast. I. m)n"other than l1i=I'y- -'.'- -
the
Coast Mail on arrival of steamers fr..me1i" It was me. Merely a finger II! thigh. carter The Coloue-l's in fit-by K-ft: thouldvr jurt of my s,hall have to bid you adieu. I decline to :alty, ard the allegation will be :Usf.irict1. : in providing ,:raj as th! CJIIOo] f*rijiiipstic ,// tt ;

Orleans. and Key West. shot off. xj I I clipped a little. They fired was j l I to present at thes< ft\tl\; !iUe.s. 1 1 came s,by'itllcij-ntly: the e'.tdi.for I the hmivdiate pnrjH.sfs AuitiuX .*,!ir.c Both
1 '= _, ___ _--_ Then the chief editor went on with hi31 j tlit-ir this again. l cinUiSed South, for my health-I will go hack acibnxight I out on the I trial ., i fvt lVwjnntili" .. ..
time Can
men but I got my { onf i f i impeachTuent. That one l,ss than two- j'in; we not, t. 4 i
TERMS OF COURT. erasures and interlineations. Just he th he same errand, and !
as I Ii : Tenres-.
j hare, a shot in the arm. At the third fire suddenly. thirds I ..t the S -\ofedtoeonvlofthe.: f tne. ta izI k! car !liny ..f inltrr 'pffihitV.1 At {
t
C'T i finished them a band-grenade came do njtheMovepijK' Loth s ct journalism i U too s-tirrii.g; for 1\t'."_ -
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jroictAL l'lItl'men'rt'
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I'C&JI.nernandq. .1 wounded ; I'residi-ni. -Mine time S .So
i iN
S slightly tit l lit' offset h giv4 n-4r -
r j' i : : the fact I thatni'n i-.rmtvIIeu.-o ,
and the \fter whit : } t
shivered1the we with I
explosion juirted
and I mutual .
had ,
the third in knuckle rsret .
on Monday March. a flipped. 1 then said a t !h .
i
'i.nti t l.y
:; crop ittUi&jr the .
tn a majority t.ft"rod'
-' ,4, HiUsborv', on the fourth SIon>li\ in 1fart"h.I I stove into u thousand fragments.-*- i, I believed; I would out and take f and.} 1 took! :1'artIuttu's at thn h'v'l| : l vrerccoinprNrilin ) grusa .: I
walk
'f ."- Polk-2d Monday rafter 4th "M foalA.r in'l However, it did no further damage, except I this go a j al.. afliiiiMtive.'. There.i H much forerun t.l1nl'l\\eJul./ I ,
I AS was a private I ..
matter and I had !he oljcftion .1 the -- &
March. I a ( t Tennwsenns .J I -- i
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| that vagrant piee- knocked a couple delicacy in participating in it (urtla --_____...__ \. 1 D. I( "-se Owv. -5- )
r.-I( Hrilh'li".t.'xI'll> rd l the I'eiry. vf 1't'1'1I.lhuill. I '
Manatee third Monday after the! fourth of my teeth out. I < by Seriate fur M .w't : 1ut"ti .

: ,VO day in Marh.I That stove is utterjy ruined," said the JJoth-iit mIll gentlemen begged me to keep my l "Mr. .Jones," said a precivious infant.o .I disloyalty! tho disloyal\ wiion" I. ill,,' th .;,'(: so Me.n at to tt' it ,it.,, l*.t *c*'.i.f j I.
-I "V Monroount3 first Monday in May. L4 asMired me that I was not in .\rititll ,. -
% chief editor. :, IA a joung gentleman> \\a, sreti'llng : a nu-re II'tI"r <,( n'i'lJmmt"nlllti, u IK.IS cur IflsJ1.4), Jerltut tke c'n-e.'t'I. I .
the
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_ _- ___ /- .n rudi; county runca-1st Monday*_ .4th .y o! I said 1 believed it was. i''to this\\5\\thno. had thought differently up ,a; few days at a friend'in il'm.t'Jh\< '; ?31r.th'j'l'ml: ': .- ,,f ;[v.1u..1l. ; : rj" ted l tiC tilt' ineru:: 'whidl! Sl.eUUiUd1e5) 'n 'lit...,. !! I '
"%Vehl. matter .dou't can fishes} run 1"11. i hsii >l y > "r..iI"> t i.p the} same: n-ason, )hi I t'ef'rs' b. '
no want it ibis :
r;: October.Hiflsboronjh.'- They then talked about the sonny, urvt-r cn I-"t rllun.l t. "lIcct hi" rs- I
kind of weather. 1 know the eleitlons: rand :an, they always swim: and are nvrt' I dMojalaet! I bing the fiirnishiiig nf i
:: -2J Monday lllh, JiI rofOo.CoUr. man that crops awhile and I fell propelled -- -'.' P i 1 1J.
to
./" did it. I'll get 11 m.' Now here's thewsy wound tying up b y their fin. awl tails." "Wt-11% ," contin- 1 money( to hN. >wn s '!. f -
I __- my But presently they ojn'ned led the -S.--- I ren'nctl} .tnitratin j i
4th 25th'dar fOotoUr. this stuff: be u infant, brightening "what did : f'un} lb" biy li ,
Polk. Monday ( I ought to written. fire again with aninutiun and up, An editor! l I.rr h'"n
r Manatee:1st Monday in' Novenitvr.looroc I 1 took the manuscript It was scarred < took t'tfect-hut it i is every diots 1)1I-.1U Mary! mean \\Jjen sh<' said. tiut j.uit.t e.f saithl: commenting! HI] in lilt'l ,impor Intbtf thl Ju.rumo'I'' t'r d"y r., I l
thing |hoj l ) .
to remark >.j\ s ili-ni! 4'ttt.it1'ejer
.. -lib Monday 22d of NovcnJber.H' I with and interlineations proper y our appearance reminded! her of the last )I.jt. and the .J. ( :
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erasures till frl'lr:1u.o.1.
: its that five slight
out of the six fell to iny share 1 r un of shiid} f' u. ,straw, ifi i; hasu slitrry ivl'blvrii i wiW* !f..LJ : '- -. .
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r i-n tninsnlnr.O I Elections. The government not pressing the matter prpvinces, where the was detained fot 'a JMsoa Knei, author of "n n Itoh.".died! \ t S :, 0

; W..1SmGTOS, October 13.-A careful I the parties wen not require to give -time, i It understood to be on her way to a few Cay since in Musuiifi. '. '

I \\H L comparison, baaed on">artiaT"return* :bonds for their appearance at .the time Cuba if Jbe has not:already arrived there. .__.-. -- '

'. \from'thirty counties indndinc PhiadeJ- :specified, but were placed in custody of It is the intention of her commander to Farmers in Ohio are feeding wit,t to I Physician) -& Surgeon ,

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; phia and All ghany, s\'w" a Democratic t.nited. tat's Marshal X'fJ',wbo released keep a shirp"lookout,for Spanish'transports their bogs. :'

1 gain in Pennsylvania of ury4OO9.-: them on parole on their personal, assurance carrying-troops to the island,and also TAMPA, FLA.mF3DER3 .

I The other counties must "iverajp nearly : that they vonld not attempt to for the regular steamers'plying 'between ,

1 .,. : 0 _-_-_- t two hundred gain in each""coonty: to elect:!leave*_ Havana and Spain' and carrying llrrinJ.fJ II13 PBOnSSIOSAL, .SERYIJL '.

.Parker. ,V The counsel for government made the the fast eeL to the .iiiuni of Tampa MOTieinity .
The Hornet"
; C.T O' B E It j.t2'' O. b Spanish flag. a 15ih 24 1-; .
; -_ ; I Geary's majority in PhfladelpBia is point that the vessel had been fitted out sailing vessel and can probably get away \ Tarapa.Oct. .

: .: I1EMEV MITCHELL.. Editor, Ii 3,339 0 0 in the.United' 'States as charged in tho indictment from any Spanish man-of, war she cannot TEDi "WASTED\ \WASTED! J.W.iSDEBSOHSOB&Cfl.factors' :

PHIUDELPHIA, 'October i3.-Botb to commit hostilities against a tight. It i U thought by the Cubans that 0

i t ( ,: ,'iie President proclaim* the 13th Noycmber :Branches of ite,,Legislature are Republi government vrith.which 'the United States the Hornet can engage most of the vessels Cotton .

: : to be'ot served as a day of thinks, can. The Senate will stand 18 Republi- w at peace, and to make it a prima fackc.sthey in the Spanish navy, with two or -, (l1tt.ol1 !

: : i cans to'l 5 Democrats ; House, 3G Republican's asked for a continuance to ,al- three exceptions. She will take her prizes :
r giting-i' .
r'r- -_ to 17 Dmocrat! *-giving' 29Tna: lowTfime to SCCD'fe, the presence of witnessed iulo Mexican ports that country having -
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: 1 (The steamer Zi&m- left, Cedar Keysfor 1 jority to the Republicans on joint ballot fur the government from New York acknowledged the belligerent rightsof Seed Cotton AND > ,

f i All! the city papers,but the Age give Washington. Counsel for the defendants the Cubans.In { ,

: .Cuba 9n Wednesday* With 500-. men the State to (Geary by from 5,00 to 10- opposed the motion for a continuance California it is considered disreputable GENERAL COMMISSION 0 f

\.t for"the.Cuban rmy, inmanded by Gen ,!OO O. The .4ge claims"5,030 majority for contendlrg: that thu United States to get a man to do work and then pay -

.t'ff: Ma ruder. Tlie authorities were tden d Packer. )1'stl! not tho right to bold them, as the ves- him in greenbacks. A San Frantisco Hides, -

c WASHINGTON( October 13-1vt-: .f-.1! vas eoir.aii-'siuned! by a regularly organized Merchants \
\ : to detain her, bat the :t.* S. Marshal ar --g: well-digger publishes a card chargingthat ,
; :Geary's tI majority in thirty. ix ixiniii.es goveinuient, the Republic of Cuba one George; Childi paid him two- .
:: : rived'justa litUe. too lalo,*' the steamer is nearly five thousand. The remaining tnat she put in at Sniithville in distress humlred and sixty-one dollars in legal Beeswax &c. Drayton, Street near the Bay, 1 I'0

: had left two hours before his arrival.Th .- thirty counties rmiEt average one hundred and that it was contrary to the tender for work done and performed on -
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}. -' Revenue ,t'amtrlle Star chased | and fifty-seven-gain to elect Packer. laws of nations to, detain her. Commissioner his premises. It is thought a libel suit SAVANNAH CEO.
!The contest is close but the chances .Kutherford decided that it was a flromptattentioftgiYento.&Il business entrusted \
will out of the 1
) t' her for f hour could catch Terjr grow transaction
but
:;<> are in favor,of Gear/. pr'ima facie case and granted the 'govern In any quantity, r to our car*. and liberal .
of .
s t. .. .h er.. ment until Monday, the 11th instant, at OYAnAOctober, 5.The car shops OetOlj
CINCINNATI, October13..-Hamiltoncounty the Union Pacific Railroad have been l'-
ji i fe __. .
eleven o'clock to produce witnessess. :
Railroad Litigation. gives Pendleton five hundred majority burned. The loss is heavy. Exchanged for CASH
very
4" and.elect$ I the entire municipal l lI October Cth.-There was an entertainment s--. CASH .FOR HIDES !
Our; Jacksonville and the Cuhah of
intelligence from ticket. on sloop war' Cuba FEOJI HAITI. The recent statement
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I:; : ,the l line of the railroad from Lake City tot I Pendlefon is defeated bv; a very smallmajority. which was attended by a large number of that Salnave had been mortally wounded At the highest MARKET PRICE, by Will P.'lS eta pr Ib, Caih.forgood Dried
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and this Thereare
*A. FW1 J 1 1 ladies gentlemen evening. '
: < : that place, shows the greatest excitement .1 ne correctea returns may turns out tQ< 1m incom a: lie arived at GEO. BLUM, Flint S
the
elect him. no new developments concerning the capital on the 6th tilt., and at onceset
on,the subject of the railroad litiga- of the Cuba but the here
status public is COWHIDES
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is Dem- the i iJS
The House Representatives ,, about forming a hew Cabinet t7
J :" now pending before Judge Knight.: The This unanimous in the opinion that she will be McCarty's Store, Washington Street,
ocratic ; the,&nat is Republican. members of bis old Cabint having resigned. (
Stockholders of the Lake city and JackSonTflle defeats the State's sanction of the fifteenth -released Jas: soon as the investigation can He summarily disposed of several of cti for

': c road are:, represented as l being iu amendment. be made Her release by the United the latter by shooting them. At last aCcounts T.Ulr.'FL!. 0 GoodDEERSKLVS .
0 -* '
States authorities and the
at >
the CLEVELAND, October 13.-Returns Philadelphia he was making preparations for 't 4tb 1369. tf 0
_: I highest decree sanguine in their expectation Brith-h authorities at Halifax and the Angu
1.: from the Third District state that Hayes another attack on Aux Caves.TDK .
: '" ,of setting aside'the sale of that l loses five thousand. Tni& average, carried fact that she is a vessel of war, regularlycommissioned -_ .-._- I--- - And 30 elt pr Ib for "

r'j: ;J: road, acd thus getting back their proper- throughout the State, will elect Pendletou !! by the Cuban government, NEW YORK ELECTION.-The Urm JLUMBER bDtrti5tmtntg t t

r-1 ': ty.Of course we preani they found by five thousand majority. Many and not fitted out in any Un ed States Herald thus prophecies on the State election WAX,
port, seems conclusive %hat fnere is no
1 their Democratic strongholds are still unheard to off iu November
confidence npon opinions exL justification for her detention. The Hon. come : And th* hi heU price for COTTOK. I can

: I L:: pressed by their lawyers, some of whom from. George Davis, ex-Attorney General of We adhere to our impressions heretofore I FOR SALE W found at Coraoeich's Store. Country peo-
WASniSGTOX, October 13-Evening. that this -election dle! wilt do w ell to give me a call.
expressed coming
!. : ,stand in the nevertheless the Confederate States is of the ,
, high profession ; The few detailed returns from Ohio indicate one counsel Feet 1 inch PUnk.: JOUN3IILLEfl, .
will default short anti
'f go by on a vote, 3000
for the Cubans.
it mat cot be i amiss to remind them not Pendleton's election., Tampa. Oct 12th tfOimGEGROVEHOTEL '
that as on a short vote tbe Republicans
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A which that Secretary
v report was printed -
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The Privateer Cuba. the other side the chances are in favor of ;
-i : un rt ntjes.-f lorid'uin. gUsh and French governments had ordered ,
> the Democracy notwithstanding addi- 0 : Fctof'Veathrto.triog. ,
; 3000
"WiLMiKGTOy, 4-Xoon.-The 1 their fleets to pursue the Hornet
Dratliofr Pierce. and the is untrue. tional strength relied upon by the Republicans .
alias Cuba appeared hang crew
privateer Hornet ,
r ii': ._. iu support of the national administration 3000 .,
1 i. The telegraph brings sad idings of the off Smithviille on Saturday evening flying -
and all its officers in the city and
: .death of. Ex-President Franklin Pierce the Cuban colors. It has Krn definitely SEWS SIT.1I.1I III the State TIle above. Uweil( eaon I.an.1 f.'ra'e; by 1 -'

: '. wbo died at his home in Concord X. II., ascertained that she has- two hundred Get 20 G UA NT& OKA}"'.
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Gee,-. 1>. II, IE:; ;Is to the --'" -
and t oOu-ers aboard the re-oj-cn '
: yesterday morning. The event was not mtn thirty ; ESTABLISHMENT: WILL BE OPEN
The Courier uentiou dastardly out ;
I I North" Institute CharI a T'HI
+ ? unlocked for, as it was generally known majority of the latter are ConfederMHtr *-*.- : Crliuaitary at WANTED'VA! TED 0

, : .- that the.health pf ,Mr. 11thas been i i armament consit.s of vight hiivygnns. 'I lotte. rage perpetratW on a party of colored -, I'

: very feeble since bi* severe indisposition Yesterday she anchored inside the'I'I The potato crop in England, it is stated. people' engaged in a pic-nic near Marianna. : 1 00 1 October, 15tli.. "' i
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last!snmuKT. "Nevertheless the sad announcement l tsar and ent her engineer and! purr to will fall below the a'\"t r.lgeon account of, :Soiiietiends eoxucealvdthetnselres liOZF.NT.GGs.ltU : t -'
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of his death will causa a the city to secure a supply of coal, that'i dkoase, which, in Cumberland: alone, Las in thicket from 'which they fire 0 Forthe reception of Regular and Trasaien1'irhr -

: thrill mCt're'Slrrot', in the hearts of taken aboard off New York not htinga.Ja't'd affected bait the crop. a opened I *. IJ.wd Aecoromo-Iationn and toes 1,
j. to movements.bu and killed one man and a child. The CHICKO! id in a pleasant! part of th. City. f
quick
the American people, from one extreme In view of complications between the

S of Ujc' Union to the other, for the loss (.f >i'icion being soon aroused. the officers United, States and Spain the Prussian citizens brcatne greatly'exasperated at theoutrage Ty CUANTA CRXVT. n. 'L. CRANE Jivpritor.,

. I one \rho, in private and public! life, so well after engaging a supply of coal, ,returned government has dispatched vessels of war ,and all, %bite and colored! organized --- -- Tmp.Oet.6th.tS. t.rINDWOPEN.

: : xillcstrated the character of the American to the vessel 1 without making arrangements to the Antilles. and went iu lursuit of the murderers DEPOSITORIES

citizen, soldier, patriot and statesman.: I to get the coi! aboard. They I ri'U THE SALE ('r "
4 whatever has been received
i twclvao'clock Nothing but could find no trace of them. The
Franklin Pirree belonged to a class of left this city last night about :
the Tennessee
w men, of the I tree Democratic Hepublican ]i for Smithville, thirt '.fi.e milts I i here New regarding York Times says it Legislature.The has advices Courier adds:' TEXT BOOKS ', ) 1

i school few of whom below the in a small row boat. The I
; survive him. His i i i city, that Johnson men have been elected presiding The demonstration i made on t this occasion 1J

- I name Reserves to occupy an hoaorvd placec Collector of Customs, Hnmley, charteredtho officers ot both I Houses.An shows that our citizens are determined AwrUD JOB Mioiv i JE 1: inc

,. I .. in the,history, of his age and country as I: sttam-tng b\ this morning at four! and if the Governor: still persists i t tin Florida j

I that of an 'OrrnptiMe.pOitriot, and steadfast I o'clockand having placed h.r in the hands official circular has been published. defeating the object of t the law in this ,Schools! PALL AM) \WINTER
Madrid the General
United States Marshal at instructing Captain '
_.J ; defender of the Constitution and lib- of the Deputy a executive er THE
l'ountby not appointing an
I i : .e 1.it.s of Ws {ntrT.-Stlrstm.h Xetcs. warrant i issued by the United States of Cuba to treat rebel prisoners with officer he\.will find .oat that on similarOCC3.luUS :epeiiuten1ezt of Public! tjcction of the .
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and forward reforms in
him board with humanity, push
Commissioner
1 placed on !! 'State of FloriJx
t he will be unsucessful.The .
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L Aid For Cuba a part of the customs force, with ordf rsto i it i the administration of the Island.U. .-.-, I

T1 L t detain the until further or-I S.,G.-It i is remarked by the I
1 t privateer I.on-I
Frbrr.
: i
: K-tter.dited Cedar
: prirate Keys
ridicules publijlitr of the.American Education 1
New York Herall thus
much excitement 'don that in the United States t t The Goo d 1s.
Il' The event Spectator
? creates !
followJing I eti** of S hool mid College Tvt ]UH>k!
Fla. October 3d the who in
we extract j the Republicans ( their great'alarmat
: : .ind eomrnunt.Evening.The. I'"a tone of contempt towards the President -" offer the following book",/ir a .li.'Ia ',;, Kccount of the departure fire hun- ,j Cuba was seized by is becoming more apparent in both! I the signs of waning power, are constantly at the very (low k|'ecid> J price attixed Jo each
SinithvilK": I : flitting; between the points of danger ]I (or the > 01 ra tLUrg! teacliris sad >&, "
>c
./ -dred Catians to aid their countrymen I the Deputy U. S. Marshal at 1 parties. ]" irp {
:< 1 and their strong tower at Washington jnU tu ubtan .ook, .adopted atbe leitc I AT
:at noon to day, and brought up to the Mr. Marble editor of the New York
t-: in their struggle for liberty :-&Jlt- I .?t to hem?el vest, au-I in .uch time an.I runnrm -
: I I''city and anchored half a mile below the: Wot/
nL, : I city this evening. Numbers.of her officer letter, now in course of }publication I I They would constitnte the President of I II :", u i-l .ha"h tin- |I'ru-l..ritJ of 11.'au e jonx: CI\SOXS.: .

: ; ..- Lilian" is at the wharf loading *are now in the city, anti are positive that journal, in which the essaysof i I the United States chairman of all the i i.f education in tcoriUnre with the taw.t ul(

1 / the ammunition and arms to-night without : declarations that there is pn. Radical{ State Committees and \" >- !I- the :tatr. and the pUnmil ltnl".n.j'Ii"n AVISO orrxcn .
.; j in their no Mr. (;rt"t'I lv on political economy are sj '0 } R y.v! GOOD. i RES.prrtfutU
f : i doubt Mill be far "on her way ere i ii. text under which she can be detained by j.wittily criticised. I'! ler-general the party. This i is something i I oi the>. >pern'1 he tfiijrul' iu vi tLc 1'uMic Ici'k li.Migct'iriNoiK. haad loluu.: I i invite my fuemli an.I l the pub .
I l lets ;: I .
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:- : "this reaches you, fibund ,Culans on \ the authorities any l lunger than may be I The Nashville have generally ,, new in the history of American pvl.I are the u uiat. irtnti. j'ik-<>; these i ia the lie wher to tall. h.I id e'ulo\in.J.Joi'. .JJ liaviri purohtfiae tU.
: board destined to their native land to re- iU\ negroes I itics-one of the reforms for 'whieh we : lii 1m id-t.! lliv < > ; teen bought for
: ; necessary to have an {tigation. abandoned the lta'lcsl{ :: .-*\ They ti: uni tie |1.1'.0 at irhivh tlat" \ CA>Il. th.are told a, low a* anyes b.
p
I I if vengp the wrongs|rpetrated by heartless I II In armament and crew the Cuba .i is a, understood to have kindly \.n..llhe I indebted to 'the party of grand moral l i i5tlo >l* will i-e lur..l-iu-d for intiojucdon bought in this: market. iy! stuck of
are *-\
L t SpaniarJs upon their countrymen, and in formidable v*>'lvand 5 k represented to' i *..- The presidency i is certainly dwarfed -I *tJt wonthifivai Lhia tlae. at eitiur! tk'pojilo-
t party that they shall return to it i if it :: trial i'ritt
I I J. many cases upon defenseless women :and ; have }rrvi.t sjHt>d. abe is short of coal 1 shall ever become respectable enough. amazingly when the incumbent of thai I' ry. Jr.,

:: i r. -liildren. A .vj,irit determined! purpOM- and pru\:ions now, and her machinery is I t once high:; h office is not,only appealed to asa litlail. Iutr4.Iato,4anJer. DRGooDs,
I
r. i risible in almost >unte- The is There i is no truth in the story that the but is expected to
: < plainly every < '' iuc-. and a more orderly, quirt lot of ref a eompltrte"li>t of her officer : I 1 Navy Department has ordered the con-. ter into all. !the party: squabbles of t'n.1 cumber of 4 raids *et S3 00SjnJa' SI.50 t !
: f II -- truitS"nevrr enliyteil in any cause, and C-ommoJl1l'l'-EdwarJ Higgin.*, ConiL. [struciion of several: !_-t << .I.'n .lot1is l ofwar. spalls; seekers in t the -tat.' He is c-t : I'umiry (:!"':'.- I t I.. the larre: *": ti ought. to Tampa contittt -
., t u .l i
pail
IV :In-urui ':it, instead of LJUIIlr Nt"in fch.:' .. 1.uJUuion 73
4 f;, letter material fur an army are st-Idom metier. longer, in such a caSthl. head of the nation -ILKS. : .
riiNTI.AW.NSGIXGHAMS. DEIaiue
: 1'i-tori.ti (l'nmm 20 10
r F i brou together. Thy are well arnjodtboagh i '1'honts Dorwn, Lieut. Commardtr.Daxid : addltictul: 1 ships, is anxious to sell but the head"of a party. : Union 1'iiniary S. ell r... 2" 10 !. 1.13uneh.ohirt! B 'inj, Cloak Shirting

: f t ''I -. not in uniform. They! carry a I II. A. Telfair, Navigating OfUccr several now on band. -'. UlllllII tJ'Ollk'lUukn ; -...(. ..3 IS -Iawt! Balmoral. Mocking. GarUi*. Tie.

I i : ,1o.J of bide arm*, enough to t..in.iJ.1tl' ;and Lieutenant. I Governor Pile, of New Mexico, has General Prrscntmoiit.Slate \\e.1.l lrr, N". 1. SO 15 H .p( *. GIo\e4.; IU>od" Nubia, Collar.
I. ad. mounted and armed citizens and made Union U a.l..r. No.2... 50 :3 ; frl> eme. PunU Cloth, Blanket Mourning
sjmost C. W. R
>
,
one. Lieutenant *
y- any
f ;. Full C&i.mluJ.r.\o.3.: .,.. 75 -II) UooJj. (:iLb n.. and ererj thing it this line
:: Ii L: Although they could have: \ taken pos- 0 Dr. Fred J. McNulty, Surgeon. other preparations for the pacification of cf honda; Jlernamfy County, Uuiou l.ViJor.: No. 4. 1.2J 63 I tithes Dns. Goods d I
j'
: : tl : sesen of this city and done an immense Ensign,-Valiente. hostile Indians, and will have the Territory Term, 1SG9.ATe s Uniuu KtaT No. 5. l.tb 73 of -
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a/noont mischeif! no brvach of the peace Paymaster, Prenti Ingrahsm. I iu first rate military condition, he says, the Grand Juror!, erapaivneled" and Union !Kca-ler, :), o. 6. 2.tlQ 1.00 e cry Jecription.Gentleman's T.

; .. basoccured. Captain of Marines and Private Secretary "if the Quaker system does not interfere sworn for raid County and State. having fin K il'" Kiitt L<* on, in Heady-Made Clothing,
..._ with his Grammar.. ..... 43 22
to the Commodore Dr. K. W. Du-. plans. da make this Ceceral
; I It I i Uh"d our %'ors ourPretitrnent Kerr
common Ur.cninar. 1 -0 GoKrr Fine \
St
ooXs
S\\oc5
r A gcstleman who t\->Hes at Greeaville,
I Ii boit-e. John C. Brwkinridge, having: been recently :. ? Coml'o.i"n: and ,

: i & _S__ 'rn1 the horns of Andy John un, and I Assistant-Surgeon. D. D. Moniw. addressed as "GeneraP by the We regret to flnd that fO mo ch ,crime has KLetoric.... 1.25 65 '

t ,,- .\ who ti3 jnst visited both Kn xville and i First: Lieutenant of Marines, Nicholas j Judge in Kentucky court, Drecki ridge Iwen committed iuour mid-t.and trust that the( ; l.nl.'el'i.t Copy U:okU 20 15 .YANKEE NOTIONS,
; : a4i.ine, writes as f"lI61ws of the (chan : .'tlIctti n wriin.r Clrt4l..24
Idling.
i suggested that hereafter all military titles example shown to such neisons a< have: been J JoeLes... ... 2.00
V:; t !r: cci (f the ex-President i for tbtj Senator- Ensigns, Masters R. Sommer, henry" I' be disregarded: in the court room. The eon\icied at the present terra of this Court S1Que'ian, Key to FcnCom. 1.00 LADIES CENTS A CHILDREN RATS,

ship : ; S>Clarke, A. }I. Masvn, K. II. Gibson. Judge said he acquiesced with pleasure. committing and llMhlp .... .. .. 1.30 75
others from ,
willJetrr : crime
I ic .>: I meet many of the )anacntlil; men of,I Midshipmen, Wm. O.: Phillips, Antonio of will t-oliuol( ia. of Bry. All kinds of Furniture
The of Cuba 1869
sugar crop th.it law aid order and a regard for 0
.
-- ; Eas Tennessee at Kr.QniIe: !! asd.cantay )Iunc I rroper ant A Strattoc Boo!. I ,
I: :; '. that JiiKt wkhout exception they' ; Louis Kivnch Chief En- not be saved at all. With one half of civil law will be more fa'.Iy: established-, Lrtpng.\ .. _. 1.2) .60 ,
S Enginwn- ,
4 i the slaves of the i island free and hundreds Sxboofljd.
'
Com. of /
would tthe Court Brr- A
this connection we state
for Johnson for Senator and unifortaly -
I- ; &n' glneer; nub Graham, John Lynch, Wm.Il ,
;
: J t(4110)1),1.1.1.5!
n'it :
little' is 75
more decamping: daily hope entertained -
expresM-d confidence i in his ejection! RohinsoD 0 that the special charge of the Court Ins rt. \
First Assistant :
.
I 1t 1 : ? Engineers; t that\'any' considerable part of it High 'choo.1IJ.! ;' \ liry- 'Y
Iii:. i" At Nashville mow opposition to him has I James Dunison. Stphtn Kearny, Joa-j I ceived our earuest atteution anJ con !J ant A Slr: ttun'.' Book. O QjIDIE.Y-W A ii
l be Plantt'rs'an' !
:t' ; -: i : ,Jx all
Merchants folding the
". arc sugar .- School F.d. uf
4 but it can hardly by ussibliify : in webave given High ; WILLOW-WARE GL.VSSWARE
: any j A Utant Engineers.John all the matters civen charge ; ant Mrjtton'a blA ,
2.00
they can .
f f : t:; be srongenough to 'O\"l'rl'Ome'the in- : Mullay, 1'ayinaster's Cl<-rk. carry. a full and rigid examiuatioa into ail matter. \"ion*a 1'rimary. *. crk' 0 j

: I ,.T,,:. t. EJ* fling..If"or and friendship that : W. J. Faherty, aster's Mate. Knowing ones say the administration Recall the special attention of theCounty can Ilitvry ... 5330 :.TIN-WARE, CUTLERY, STOVES, /
I exists: the' 1 all I he State. : does not propose to interfere with the Cu: Univ'ml 0
,- ; c': "I among people oi cr WiLMlXGT o>,"Octol 5.-This morning Commissioner* to the bud condition of our Parley *l> 60 /
j .r The fact i L and I to i ir ban: privatier Hornet unless she should Gra)'. How rlsutl4 i1'0Ci J..42a to /
". ?, regn I 'ay though of the Cuban rovls and and remind them that pood Bridles McLellan Saddles!
I the case privateer was bridges /
school anti Field \ ,
commit American: Cray a
demands that here record [ some depredation on : I
,
t -1 t. Janice I.t-b.'ulJ : carried; In-fore Allan Rutherford their attention to their I
Judge ro ids anti bridjes} prove 1.okofIkttny. S-OO t \ 1..1. /
& : :t, that th*> firce>t snd most un- commerce. They say sbe i is 110: re :anled -I : Ki3e, hot and '
-.. f \ among: United: States Commissioner for the !):* 1 : d1tao,} arc ui n of pro'perityof the county. I'jIo4itory f.'r Eastern FJori-l-x InJ'\.tl.e St. Gpas l'itlo1.
frum fact that she 5 if is
j oynipromising of !his enemies are to be as a prae the : Jom'! Kivrr in lh, \11 find* cf stationary .
:( trict of Cape Fear. Judges Person antiFrtnch 1 Tli* Comn'iyoe appointed to examine the country Morrof \ an- School BootiL
I; : ;'.) found the relentlfs! ar.d bitter! enemies for the and 1 not owned by private idividuals, but sails t that the ; CULV'JI! 9RIWeJackunviit4 \ .: (Initulsrrilinsr' paper. Inks :.'
appeared ovtrnmient, of the'.County; report ,
[under the flag of what must be acknowledged : public property "Ia.\ Paints anti
the Union in the late s-trupgle. They aresecretly Perfumery
i :: Davis O. tt for the ,
P. and insufficient fe-
.. George Esjand Judge as at least a quafi i jail is in.iJequAt: Depository to' Western Florida. atd the
I t I using as their main argument for the defendants.The government .. Saofcing & :
Means I eurityof crinvcals; that the Court llou e Gull co. t, ia the ito h. f Chewing Tobacco
', t against him his en' nrvtic oon!uct as Military : the TORONTO, October 1.-The volunteers -! J. II. JIcDOITGALUTtatltn ; I _
parties were arraigned en r.e<'ds new step and that the public reci i.I .
Governor of Tenne-see. The result throughout: the country nah"n J Tal1lbH.! t!b. \ '
: charge that they flid attt-pJ and txercNe I well ; Cigars ,&c, .
isbicjnare .
tics on thj
-. .' 1. : :'. t: ;. S of it has )IwK-n to strengthen and unite a commission! : to serve a foreign people; I.i.,ordered to ()..I' emselvi.. :* r-:iJv for im- require a public lion. Jvv T and Sihool OJirrr* : '..
p In conclusion thank the 1 NEMr.scII.uiMpIri'
we i
\ the friend of the ex-1sJentti1lnow; it the to wIt cf Cu-i! rr.vltat r s 'r.. .* .slilt rowriEtnt ap- I .\5 the tim# i it' Iimite.1: in which tU* al.o\ 0
'ihjt
war : 'plu :
'fi" seems certain 1 to min\ that lie will be the cf .rvhiiids another Ftaian raid. Magbce. Judge of the Cou it for the abi'.ityaudefficieccv I frees are a\ailal.c] |1,1!ea'* *c arc the tpeuetitI ?ine OLD RYE/ WHISKEY, ALE, -
agaii.t the people Spain: a- cOintrywith : : exhibited: JUt irg this session and of ;hew \ the l. HVd .J'
l.y I.tom'ptoJ'ri"g" b CHAMPAGNE
and l I
'j -hoice of the Ijegislature t.> some CIDER. BITTER3 tte-
< which the United :taltJ J is at j eace,i HICUMOXD. VA.. Vtober S.-Both order, Couit fursour aciiool*. ,\fl.'r the expiration: .f.fix ,
.f. that: be Trill be elected on the nr>t ballot.lorney : 0 Houses of the oginlaturo to day ratified the firm display of enforcing I
and did fit and and JIEDICINE3.
; out, arm procure to njoulh-i if dnK-ri! ia "onr vieiaitv:( to \
Anlalso
: If ,.. :.Y i be fitted out and armed, within the limits the fourteenth: and I xft eer.th amendments I: and a punctual observance of its rules. I keep .ipptii. v<. r-ill at all' time aceom- I SM.FF

2 .. : It IS poslt1f'dJ' a rtetlt\3Ys a "a'h.t I of the United States a certain ship: &irvesel tl) tbe Coas'tutioa of the United States.In present our thanks to John B. Stiekney modatc H<..iJ. of i'uutie hal ru tOD: at oar : 0', AYYCXITJO. &e. .

; 1 legion letter, that I'resicknt. Grmtrotl'. l called: tlse "CuL ,1 with intent that: the House there were only six votes Esq.StatUtornejr, and to am. C. Craft, IL'we..t ratet1VtzO In fa.'t 'eTerythiogca |OQnJ flint i i.ncr. _

p. !" ". : 'TOih: hOt owxJiind, i!. 'pnion of \t. said vessel l hall be -mjtlo\ivd in the against thciu.P..tRIs ,,. E*.].. a..*istini: the State Attorn'y, for th jrcourtcov N, rll :;r.Y. UI.AKP.MAN[ ico.Publitheri el. ID thl:.ctIO 0

I Gvnt-n.1' Hoar on the election of service October 11.-A defeated party'of and attention chown to us througui ( .of the .\m..ri..I'1 V.,*ucai i'.nal:eri cs A Freda supply' ofO.VW.VD.
of the of Cuba to cruise and i .
people
and
47 4!!) C.voreM.: NT Y.
Senaiorsin and then salmittedit
: 0 :, Virginia, commit hostilities against the people of'I Spanish republicans, who had been i: ou tour protracted labors. October 15thSail 2"w )

to Mr. Hoar for his approval. Thus Spain, a country with which the United I; driven across the lines were promptly ; And we regret that the pres of bu'tle',* GROCJt'R

f- ;. '%b' we have the General in a new role-a States is at peace ; and did enlNt and' captured by the French authorities. A ha prevented an examination of the county I S,

.:' :. : lawyer. His teytl effort equals bi! Presidential serve on l board of said \.' -l 'Wit hjntent: republican demonstration at Madrid is apprehended I offices and the'rreeords: a-\d\ thu the Grand Salt .

: ... : to cruise: and commit hostilities againstthe 0 but the goverment is taking Jury hare teen at work upto the c'.ojeol! this .1 L I 1I..t I r S \ '

Mrs. Andrew ohnson.. wife of the exFre I ]eople of Spain in violation of the great precaution i I c ort and sr* unable' to-rcake so h a rtt.set.l Fine Article! ol Salt Cur ,ae, l>v : \

/ .1t-i.; not! e\p.\tt-d to live through statutes.f the I'ntted State and of th.0. The Cuban privateer' Horsvt, whchsn : n>ent II' thv wonld have likei.i ; A\ GUANT CP.AiT, / trill: Jly.lh't hiyhcjtt Cash prices ler''OTTO -

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;;' ,.g.T.r L !,.. }iDrLb2I", 1'iti1's-. ; dnr.k The stables of ;Mrl: John'B. Hpscomb, [ anon Irma. ;. I r : + .(Gig t t (arbs. 11 < t-, .......
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at destroyed byre: on Fri

e. : :: J"",,',. WEDNESDAY'OCTOBEn '20t"l1. day. No insurance.. NEW GOODS c r DRUGS & MEDICINES. t 1 i 1 1S. .,,

--- Two car 10w'orOr ng s"some"scven; ,, AT THE .. ;:. ;
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!" ..J AdrertUIog file o f Agala it CM bt'extmbed for thU-paper at,their.aDa-offiet complatfl destined for Savannah market. They ,i The from Subscriber the Northern line Just MarKeti return with a .- i I --1 f i -;.;. i., .

i by any .on e maklnE'aPPlicatioo.:'' TLii firm were'grown at Manatee. The crop,there Large and well selected i New Blue Store HAVING REMOVED TO --. -i:i ; I. .' 'I0. :
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J la rtdooed tdreriuiog! .to a nor perfect ays- this season is very abundant and the fruit STORE;; offer : ;; i :i t t 43

; era tluaiaibreWore( >een known. of superior quality.-Island City. for sale, alirga.and well.tot'i.. .. r; : ': :i t
STOCK OF GOODS jected assortment of i I ,
Drugs* > i! )j
t 'LOCAL UVTEtLIGENCE.. KILLING. On last Thursday nightone Corner Washington d Marion S/rtth. :Medicines Ate* consist y ; \e :'f:
i Elijah Ghent, colored, was killed, his of ing in part: of the following i 's"ar'trcle .
; See Ifev Advertlxmento in1tbllle.ue. Which be offers totbe citizens of Tampa and ,_ viz. J -F'tr
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and wounded unknown 1 J
son a girl, ,Cy par : T Fa.EDWAED llem tree and Bull '
S'Mr. -
am
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.f WILL..1L EYAKffius oar thanks for ties. We defer mating any comment until surrounding county at a LOW PA CE '" Allen'. Hair Restorer, Tricorterou. and I I 7
.
favors extended. next'week, as we do not know the particulars \ Hooffiand'sand Katharion, : ;_':..'

NEW. \J'APPOIKTIIESTS- 'i but we hope to get the straight of Kew styles of DRESS GOODS, of avery A,. GLAUKE & CO.Arc ;; ". Ayres'Uostettersfitter.Wriltt'A. }[cLun'. Jayr.es. ; Fahae-: 't :.
fee. .
? -WnL4W.WaH description
\ stock: 1I0110w11Y"Rnd Drahkr'.1'ithie \ :
:
the affair, and will give it to our readers. t tf ..
of "' ted r :
BrooloTille has beea s pol f
-A Ma addition lo their Stock in Store brought direct- 1 '; .
: Madison rgus.SHOCKINGi Boy's Gent's Wearing e- lu receipt of a large : AUU ty Tancy .
County Commissioner' fox Seinando and which oBer sotspt. .
coun- from New Orleans pnrehaeed on n risiug market they totho citizens tJ.
MURDER.-We learn thaton rial, of nfllsboronrh and adjoining counties on more favorable terra than: like articles c an now Le jf : '. ..-
about' o'clock will be sold here probably before the"close o the Cuban I -
F Friday evening last, 8 purchased elsewhere Tampa, or : -/f
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apt.MILLER is the agent in this while Col. James F. McClellan was sit- .A fine assortment of Revolution. The upward tendency of all\ the stable articles western produce. and the I'ERFUME&r. r .4v' t ti \ '.
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For i'jiew which in front In Marianna in short crops of the sugar growing sections last fall, warrant. this assertion r f ..;{': ,
dry patent, Cotton Gin, ting his piazza, and their stock before purchasing eUewhero. Among many \ r \-.'
Call and them examine
:3s prono cooed equ l ,to the McCarty, i company with his daughter, and Mr. Co- m $d !id0 On= Ilunm other art.ielel1mav see I be found in his stock of Trask'0.Grey0.McGeU'a and !IClltowa!'* Oi' 't- ::.,:( I _:. rJ :,::
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,ker. several made their --w -
.th ugh a mach cheaper gm. lIe has tri negroes appearance meet.. / .."(". 11.DalttY. .-,.,.
i at the fence, a, short distance and Pam Extraetnr and Russia f Zalve. / '!! ., _
lands which he ordered from the manufactories fired several shots at them, killing MissMcClellan DRY GOODS. BrowneEseenee' Relief and} Ready Resolvent / : t 'j...,:
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BOOTS & SHOES, of.Ginger.Philutoken, Pain f ,,
for the. purpose of introducing.them and wounding.Cot McClellanin : Boehu -'" T f I ; f..:
Killer I Uemboldts I't'tI1viAn"rur, : J : :s
|in this 'seCtion. Cotton 'planters the arm, and Mr.-Coker received It is Several In great variety Calico PrinterOin hame.Metinoe! Muslin De Laines Swiss Muslin, Irish Linen! Bareges, India Cologogne; Laudnnm Paregorics. Batenan's ... .' :.< : t>
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will through his clothing. Balmorals, Scoth Plaids Fine Drops! Browne Esjeole of Ginger, a J ,
save money by buying one of them. Edgebg Inserting Shirtings Sheeting Drillings! 1 i .
ported that negro ,named Calvin Rodg- .few iylc of Ludlc'i and Jentff assortment of Pant Clit th,Marlboro .t Hickory)Stripes. DenimsTicking! variety of Worm Lozetl u/A variety of Fluid. a ;ii' "\
We understand the Had are to ers, formerly a county constable, was Hats. .' Checks A'Y' Jean!, Cauimeres, Flannels, Bonnet Ribbon's Ladies Extracts, Chor! !>t rm. Roach: Poison and almost _.. :. ';),{ I ':: 'It
Gents eierv article that'call be found iaC1TV a : #; ',:., ; ij.
the party and that citizens wentin Beit,., Buttons, Lama, Ladies -ct Hosiery Hoop J.
to have among : :
a grand.pow-wow id this place on Shoes, Collars, Boots. Hats, Corsets i :J
Special attenntion hu been given to Ladies Skirt.,:Glovts.! '
pursuit.
15th of next Shirts, Drawers, NeckTies DRUG STORE. : i''. r;
month. What does it meant Jackson is Dies Goods: Handkerchiefs __ ;
Our neighboring county, .
j end many other articles in thi.IiDe ct -.t .i. .Mt"
There is peace'andlet; there be peace inthelandbutwe truly in a deplorable condition, causedno '
PRINTS Giyon.tJis, ALP A cc AS. Please n and admire my Sew Store. i l' '
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learn that there to doubt by Radical teachings. The I
; are MERINO PLAIDS STRIPES, FRIN and be sure to buy MEDICINES. J :.,:
citizens of that A nod Stock of Read -made VotVviu my 1 : : )
be parties were respectable ** '
some important at
jaestioHs agitated town and Miss McClellan a beautiful GES. GIMP, RIIWQXS, LA CES BRAID. FBRANCH.. i f ; ; .,r

; the approaching meeting We will wait and interesting, young lady. The affair I 'Nn July 20th, 1869. .* I 1 .i <,1

:. And! see what is.to be done. cast a deep gloom over that communi- I --A--! r .r-,.
Monitor. Yankee Notions To Rent. I >
The Circuit Court for this county has ty.-Quincy IIARDWAREEARTDENVARE'Pocket t }

been in session since Thursday las There Tampa Prices Curt'ctts.OOa1ECTED \ mHAT COMMODIOUS well furnished and :. ,a J'
4 Table Knives Fi1'ea Door A.Pad Locks. Axes, Trace Chains.Hoes, Shovels, a 'were but few cases on the civil docket. HARDWARE, screws A Tacks, Drawing Knives Hatchets, Gun Caps Fry Pans, Tea! Kettleajron Pols, Duke 1 popular. With Hotel 10 room known, 5 as fronting the W on shin! \%?to hington alloase. \. t r' ,;';'

pSPencer Richat-ds, colored, was tried : WEE lT. BY W. 4L FEEiUS. Ovens Rakes, Patent smoothing, Irons Buts, screws, Cow Bell, Curry combs Table spoons. Street. Good well of water and outhouses ;'. ''Ij:
"% Tea :Spoons, Hinge, Candlesticks, Shot Caps, Bar Lead Pens, Pins, Needles, Axes" Tin Pans ,- : q'
the Part ef this house bused .
and convicted of larceny; punishment, Long Staple Cotton (in the fed) 6a 11< pr }U> ''el \ .. 'WI e, Fish Hooks. Plates-Tea, Breakfast ct Dinner SefL! .>: Cnp* -Tea' on place. can : ,
: o o I.I eJ. Ir Coffee store.
one year in Penitentiary ; and Bob Reach, Apple. Dried lb. 20c Honey: per Ib iSo 7 d t sets. BowlsI'lattere Pitcbetiitc. Glasware-Tumblers, Gobblets Syrup ,Pitchers as a .AL. O', : '. I '
Bread. Pilot. Ib 12.115011:1" per cat $3 \ Salt Cellar! & Kerosene Lamps .
': colored, stealing. in a bwldiDg-sentenoe, Sod, pr Ib I Sell i.li!, Jry Ik JOrtISc! WOOD / That largo Dwelling Hsuse,. recently occa- _
& TIX-WARE
GLASS; l by Mr.1 1 anou' This Lore hat S ; _J -
Butter 2oc Hams, Ib 2Sa2Stf; : ;
Penitentiary for Uirce years. ** French, pr IU SO LnrJ pr* c.1b, Sue i Fine Lot of SADDLES, and BRIDLES Bits, Spurs. Girths Collars, if. rooms with tire place*.?1. in con J ordrr ia one 'J

.The Circuit Court for Hernando county Batter Gosbeu. Ib SOe Joia! .Ms? 111gilt &U<; Q)> gj Q)) Q)) Qjr, ,/ oj the will mo rent!l desirable cither: of 1 localities hoe houses in the by lhe..tAr.:lr. 1.I 1.!t! ..
Ib 2iaCi: 75c
1'utelocsrrbo.b. .
country. .
adjourned on Wednesday last, after a' Coffee pr 1 1U 2].:Ci:are Irish, pr MJ, *GJ \\ WOODWARE", Term*.-pa: \meuls quarterly: in advance.to .' .:
further
Chickens doz.ru..t'5 Oil, Kerosene, gal. $1 For particular apply .
laborious session of two and half weeks.. pr .
& 'SNUFF and CIGARS MM.( ANN M.ROBART3.( j
CVe., pr Ib 30 ttic, pr lb. 15e Tubs P.'ggms, Churcs! Sieves, Brooms, Brus Bound. Top Flour &: Well Backet, Horse C''aLarge: I' _
Oct.
,There were great maly'! chil cases disposed Candle, pr Ib SOatOc Salt: Li verpo 1. .k, $41Coiu Brushes, / Tampa : \ .
pr tosh, JSoal40 Bay pr bush Jlj: Bridle Ac. Au HelT a, .- '
of: and +but f'ew. were left on the McLcllan Saddles : '
Meal pr Lush 1,5' Sugar, }'Ia. Ib 10 .15c Pails, Bread I IfTMIB r :
docket. Nearly all the old criminal cases Deer SkiD!. pr Ib 2Sc Syrup Fla prgal 7i \ Buckets. /, :
pr dozen "20c Tobacco 1&50 c to fl 175 Ilame, &_ tc. ..
r were either tried or dismissed. Four, X X. Lbl, ttl2 r Ib >23a30o A large supply of Fresh OARDEXSE EDS, .' !

Jeremiah leedAS tried for assault choice, f 15 Tallow pr Ib fcaloe : subscriber respectfully informs the. i .

with intent to kill-verdict guilty of an SCHOOL BOOKS & STATIC 1R Y GROCERIES I JL Public hat Le lisa .oiaiaeiicd raaufactur-, : i .

Assault fined' Chfm, Pilot Bread, Butter Raisins ('adf:: ), Soda, 3'aitard:: Pepper, Spite, Tea. Coffee, ing i'.
$39. DRY GOODS Choice Family Gro cerl e a' 8n arSoapraDdltl,3Iatrhl's., Smoking & Ch6riu1ITobrcru; i Kerosene\ ViI.\( \inegar, Four. "

Bill Jones, colored, convicted of perjury \ Lard, Starr Sardines Canned ruv;is, Dried Peaches k Apples, fecans, Raisins &e;;: Lar?...c nreadjof[ superiorqnluity* 1 i --1 S
FLOUR .
and'sentenCEd to the Penitentiary 't t! !" .. '-
FOR \ And many other articles too numerous mention, which we invite our friends to call and be'lil '
for Fre h Regular customers will i.-
tenyears. .- COR.V, examine. And will) sell for Daily : j

Josiah Byrd, tried for the murder of T \ eat{} dew1t with. f. FLETCHER.June20tb. .. :f'. I

William Scott colored verdict FALL AND\ WINTER" LARD, rro0 ({ tfFloridaBrick I
guilty, 1 1AT aaP r Pt 0 t \0O.U... .iLt'h i. t 0 fill CC. t ; .
-secfrnced: : to be bung In this case there e BUTTER, i t

was a motion for new triaL Motion overruled TIDE STORE OF CAN FRUIT \ : i

,and application for writ of error t Tampa, Fla: April 13, I860. 2t I Ii !

will be made to Supreme Court. L. G. Covacevich HAY. \ i I \ l
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\ A splendid article of Brick is now being mad. 1\.
i Exit Carpet-Bafflers. **f \ Iot ray yard on Old Tampa and for nle in 11 ,
-- any quau'liiy. TIll I'iekmale at this Yard '::1 \ -
- About two weeks since the Honorable : i I
JUST OPENED, ate is gooJ as can be bought any iiuuket. '
Edward O, Plumbe, M.D., C. B. Judge The Highest Market Price paid for \ Sample* can Iou l seen at Grant d; Craft'. store. :
A fine aiftortfient of Shawls, Blanket. Flan Price per 11. [at tha Yard: ] 1$15. .:i J t.
; of the>jCounty Court for 1Ii11 borough nel0.Calieo..SheetjoeShittingJeans; Balmo JAMES: I'. ldIULL1 'i

county! Ex-officio Justic of the Peace, rats. Ticking,, Stpckiogs( Uanaburcs Table Seed Cotton Hides &c. '

I prison guard. and editor of the "Negro (,1011111.! I'laidiStril HE-oimll. DeLaiiH..e*\, I Hickory*. Tact, Linen Cloth, Handkerchief Alpaccn. 1.. Grant t & Craft Fair i Warning i ![ 1 .

Nose-TUg! departed, as he said, for Tallahassee .\: *. Cambric ',' Jaconet: *. Winterfiitlicou Cotton taken on Consignment to be shipped PERSONS are notified not lo sell, .r kill:
that *, )lriline! (!afl4imf'refly to my Factor in Ci irleton, bavaiiuuh:; \ewYoi uric any wisediapote of any ourcattl-! I
but soon the report spread eilll, J:Jlibbon Glow.. L\wn. and a fine lot ofLadles k and Liverpoul.1 \ without our consent.! !If f they do, and 'WI lin-1 t
I the Honorable" gentleman had left for his Drt.\Good Ac. tout we willpuniih them to the tsttntof: tli. .

conntrys good, and then there was wailing YANKEEReadymade XO'I.OXS, ters.12T" Cultoa Seed furnished Gratis to Plan law JOHN CURRY .

I and "smashing" of teeth, because the CLOTHING JOHN W. rtT.RY.: I
Having closed up the rear, wish to inform their customers and consumer in se'rrjtl! that ARCH'D.: MeNFII.Manatee 1.
aforesaid &gentleman, who came to Tampa C. L. FRIEBELETampa are receiving by every steamer large additions to their It to build_ Railroads at the rate of 25 miles LADIES AND GEXTO HATS. hand: a choice stock of \ '. t .
I I September 2Sth. jU
per day ; to make a great city of Tampa ; A FINE ASSORT.MENT\pF; y \ Handsome Inducement. .I i

Who said to his! honored sire, 'Come down i. CniMABTIX. JOIIXFIASSEIIT: .
:l:>> c.o"OdS; Every; pel'son who **u
here world, dear can"get father an, the office meanest here";, men wbo in said the I. Boots ,& Shoes, L J. CUMMIN l 1 1l 1t & .CO, ry ,.. "\ C aI'\ny. at : t

i CLare! <>D S. C. rve'ivts that sup!ib Mag.t- : "

the Peninsular was'opposed td the pros \ Cotton Factors, \ zii.c foroacye.ir, and a copy of cither of the 1 ?j _

5 perity of Tampa,.had l left for _good and SPLENDID STOCK OFCrockeryware Waved)" Norel! or the woik of Charles ..f; !;' '.

I i all timeand that he had neglected to settle AND DioLciu that fray be JU'Z'llIte.l.; .'. : '

sundiyJUtle bills, including grog bills, GENERALCommission Consisting of a. good aiaottmeut of 1'rinte Blea leJ and Unbleieb t1 8 I &t: Sheet.ing Specimen number with premium list t5 _, .1. .
t .. IlId.orr..SLrlr ', Kentucky Jeans. Benlm', CII-C bur a, K. K. K. f'hIJ Gen: l'lu.t{: !', I''cents. 3m
!t washerwoman's bills, dies By the nextsteaiter Flannels, D nling! 'elII'. Hoopklrt::: i old dad, Dick Plumbe, sire to Ed.' Merchants. Flues, Cable cord. Pi._ :;..dl....Thimbl.. Braid, Butunlt; : .., \ : \

,f 'a 'Plumbe and brother} to the' great Iowa ( 8)) DUMBRELLAS \ I For Sale or Charter .

BaIlroad John; Plumbe, for whom Ed. &c., &c. Street Saraunah Gco. .
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S \ Yacht AMELIA: 10 Ton. l.arth- ;
,' Plumbe did such lusty blowing not long \ The well fllrllilhe.l.: | Joo.llliI.: ] and \ ._.
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''t since departed, taking with him little Agents* fot Dra.l1eSuppr Phosphate of copper fastened from *t..m to sU-rn. -V_ r
Lime. \ Groceries i & 1 will 5:1or: \ d carter upon ay terms. r ur : '
r' Pltlmbe, alias "Willie". 'Plumbe. lie .1..a\.1I:11: hand the be t quality of Bugging, Ropand lion Ties always on hand. c. further particulars apply lu :

"Where ale- you now Tampson U.ual Facilities' extended to Customer \ r Cppt.JOCELYJf, ., -
Oct. 12th.
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GROCERIES Tampa:
Since writing the above we have learned *. Corn. Flour. Pork.-l.ar.l. Butter Cheese.GofTee, Green Tea. Black TV.Voda Crackers. Dri!dApples I tOl' "
( Oct 14 Gm \ \ tinier. }Pepper, Mustard. Sugar \ :Soda; Crl\\m Taitar. NuUn:ir. I II ...
that the ,Honorable Plumbe, after -ASDPROVISIONS'- Soup, Starch. \hllloJa, Candle, Matches concentrated! J.ye. A\good assortment of 1: '

!i k pocketing what.change"he': could at Tal- L F.: t*M.art FARLEY Tluiida. \I, B. F.O(SIMMONS ApalachicoUFARLEY I. der ihewiig Lead and caps! social, cutIriUgc circle&c mokicg TubAcco, cigarll'll'e* Stetns.: Slioi, all) sizes, Pow Sale _

i J came to St. Marks, met old dad '
laPlumbe PLACES on Clear Water, one lying i ,
TWO or. -
11- .... and "Willie" on their way to s Bay, the other in the interior of Ihn ;.-
t Iowa whereupon mistook the New FLOUR of nil 'Grades, ; & SIMMONS, Woodware &c. neighborhood, Adapted to the growth; of Sc; & ,' 1
Lard Hall, Corn Bacon, Turk; Shout.lcra! Leland CgttunCaetur. Bt'lln.utr! : Cano: pu. .-..."
}f ,Orleans steamer for that coming to Tampa I Mackerel Maccaroni Vermicilli, Fancy CVndy CO TON FACTORS tdtoes! Ac. for further particular", IIrrl}', to ,
1 .. and went on rejoicing with his old' ,Codfith French Bread 1';<<'1.If'II. Xiiirar, \\ III. J, To\\'LOU. "
\ Cracker SrtJ.i Craekeis. Pilot reed: Ci/ifef! Painted Bucket, cedar Churns, Axe hehes.Brooms. Hames Goof assortment of Milk I Oct Ulh 3w LL

t i. dad. : Grt.'u mid Bless'I: Ten. AND Pans cups! ,tc.: Strainers. Buckets with covers, aborted size coffee Pots Wash Basins, quait. aud\ pint. ". -" '

4' -- Butter Sugar. Can-He. MaUli, O'/jr! : h'oda \ IUUOUS <.r VOITTII.vhn --
) .... STATE ITEMS. : Kcr"*ene'Oil, Syrup, Lye OiiineJ Frinti: (C =::: :: : :::l mzr: lli 1:: .G: '
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G. J. Alden, formerly Secretary of State, Soap\ Nutmegs. Snze JIu:t t".I. Si.uiL; Mill! Hardware &c. A gentleman % tuiflTt-ied for y eats: from r
f t has been appointed Collector of Customs Vintirar, Pepper, Spiee, DrU l Apple{ unlPeache 55 R 19 St. SiiiwwaJi, Gco. X trvuii* j'<:\\.llil..o Prenuture Docjjand. nil Z
*. I.olwter l't-cAn4. Nu. Chcee fltVrU of youtbfuIinditrrrtion.: will for the \ -
JI .at Smyrna I CHEWING it. SMOKING TOBACCO I'itrrnxscx : Steel Corn Mill, Axe, Hoc, Hatchets Hammer,. Xail.,Tark., Screws CimleU, Pad LiM-lsN fake of .uir"nni{ bataanity: cn.l free. t., nilrho {.
T i Col. C. C. Y one has been appointed POWDER Measr.. WALSH, PATkcx: Co., che Tilcn | nerd it, 1 tlio receipt. amt .tirt.'t'.>n* hr J..
I Cotf:e Mills, Pocket Knives, Vote Ovens !Spider: Sauce Pans, Fry 1'11:11.1,0'i i j jStationery. t\iUii! { ibe simple i'>'ii.nlr l I.y which hu Wft" J
the JL of Pensacola a delegate to LEAD 7u W.tll Street, N. Y .
by yor VI itf.-rer. H-5.hh: to pisift b\ ttie ft.l- I
Louisville Commercial Convention. SHcfr.I Me.'srj Poir d t Hoi>cr, : Medicines.Wright's i I tetty CAPS. ISSOravicrSt. N. 0. in: ,' feet: curtfidcn JOHN. '
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t Donghcrty, who killed Cot Ilatelcy, at Del 6m Pills, Jayne's Pill. MeClnntV Ville'Fine .
Jaspfrafewweeks; since, will be tried An pMortment ,of Mcature*. Bucket, Itroa IDS Letter Paper, Note Paper Bill Paper 1'ermifu3e i Bat,.ni n n' )rrnl's. 1'atrgur. : \ :\0-12 N. Y. .' f
Axe ILelte .l'aih, Tub. Sieve I .
i c, Laudanum TurlinllolI' 11,1"1 "
in Hamilton County Circuit Court this iOriril, riSEliAN: I U. B. TALKAMOa I Fool's Cap Paper, Envelope I Pens, a ;. '" .
NAILS. OF ALL SIZES f'pjomSiilt: *, ''inin ( ..mphurInk [ "Itt (:Olipil'TIv1; '
week. i. KCTLEIHIE; >I\LC: .X.JOSEPH Pencils, Books, ;"
,} Tans Tint and Copy Caatur Oil> Spiiit.
Tin ,
Coffee Pot. Quart Cup >
,'Vm: Braddock who was shot in the 1'otket: KnieTable Knirv, CimleU: Lock, Spelling Books, Turpintine.of I TII r.tl tu.cr, luvmif. 1,ten reitorod to. ". \ I
in but ,
I l I'otwarel'rua, fins. NeeJ'ei, Axes, FINEGAN it C livallh: u wtk*, I.,) n e rv Mim-Ic rem'Is. I
t arm a short time'81nC't"' at Callahan, bye screws{1ingra.and Tack, >Ioons. Iron. Buts. Ac. O.>'jI All which respectfully invite our f..i..n". to call aid examine.: W.- art still determined after li4viii\mirr. ',[ iw.T.il:, veers with :ttevvie I
Dan W1ngate;;died from the effects ofjljewound A large anptplendid! ossortoient of i to ell\ at prices "To Livt end Jt Lite." We will take in exchabi) >v lung iliM-ihfe. Gafsunj.',iun i.ui.xlui* t.> ;
o 'Uie-5th inst. I mole known to htfe'lv.: uift>, rr4 thu meant: I .
I f BranJyVbifLer. ((j I "f cure.: To cl!I w\o desire ithe will en.l .

i ,! (An jnsane colored man strayed away : Whiskey.Wine!, I | Corn, Cotton, Sugar, Syrup, Cow Hide I>eer Skins; Hers-wax,: Tallow\ GLi" kens :. ropy of the. prescription ned (free of hari;.) \', t ,
lot .. AND i ESS Potatoes, kc., with the diieclitms: fv r preparing the '
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from his Wane> + Dear Bristol, and was Lemon Syrup, i ii : aail ... t
which ..
. I loirtitWu 'dayji in'the wilderness! dur- Ka> Syrup .1 they will find A Mire cure for Cun ump .
: pl-erry
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t old /dominion :\ uler.An. : \4tllTnt\.lIrondllti.., etc. The object I of 'c I
.;I!! tme be _!nbsi (ed on green .! In fact \"ertlling can be found in my ,i Qjxnu'i.5.5inllmJml1ant.s We will state to the peopl* of Hill.boron;;licoonty that we are t-ndeaviinp to cot ur n the Adv "r-uer I in unJin- the: Prtwripiion I i.

t ., ... ..,...;.... ." .: Store that i i6 iif.. their I your patronage.A which heolrei\'t' to L* in\'l\hJohle and let ,
1 thank engiomen for I ;
'Jaw'tiy"' "" one Jackson, both patronage patrons. and hope my to hate' a contiuuauc pal Kay Street, Sarannalt, Geo. I good supply of Salt always kept on haalGive \\< a call at cvr i>M stand ppoite the hope* every ... ?,H'r will try hi* rtmlr.: a' it ./i 1 .
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I r 'cafe tit+" ,p-Nat: iernandina: la tStabbed of the .ame. Ciieuie a ci all.! : FloriJ 7/oustj. ,. willco-ttjiem nnthtnc, and: may pro\'a 1>ies. _,
1 f + ) lanl k everely inotlrot4r' COUXTYDUCK. pnO \ LI IBERAL ADVANCES nude "n Cotton con'signet mete. pHrtk-j wishing thj pi;iiriptio.i, will I
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... -. to U4 or to our Correfpoudtcts in' iy OOI .\ D.II."t; ItG.-'VI'.woll: re.peMfully inform! the citizen)* ->f Tnnipa, pleu.e a'Idrest! .. t .
: _'' (iiUi&tl1t: .b: under 'New York and J.i\"erl'ool. U. cging, Rore' U'tb.t.. we will furnish Oak 11 'll'I: s U'uod by the lost cr ccrd. Also buti'!," 'f way :I R t T. EDWARD A.County, WIfS'N; "" /' I '
;1 __ sa)... I T&mI'Jul) SSttu I'' tf and Iron Tie* farni.hed at I lowttt rate.. CCTI kind do" oa rcssoiiithl* tern: '3 .' \\'i\I.lJn'.b.\ : .. lCiog1 StW' Yok' t +'.'a'

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::. '.. JOSEPH' B. WALL, WITH -...... ."' '. '" '' HEREBY GIVEN of the formation ,of a 'rW'O'DOLLARS A ,.YEAR. : ." :' f -i 1 f
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H .. *. e r '"DYR&&IIIlJGR bl' .R; -AXB- Company,.to b e known by, the I. : r. ,

: ATTORNEY'o LAW. MOORE JED & GO." ; ," ........-\It'.\ ')i I of the '? I' I !; .,
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J. BROOKSVILLE.. 'FLA. : ) I CAB I INET S RAIL ROAD :. '- ......... .
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a Grocers S 1 place of business shall be in the Town -
lLir PRACTICE IN THE :eta wa;.e.thIf. in the County ,pf llsborougb, : < '

': .' Judicial Circuit, and- Ul give prolD'pt&t.tn Water. Street ts Xorth of the Tampa The Cheapest. in the Country.. r::".;' .r4... .. ,y:
'- oQ' to's1I'budLeu entrusted to bis business of. iaid Company u to build -. 4

? c- J care. ... .. 229 & 231 Front Street, 1. A, Sure. and Positive Cure Work of nil Description equip a Rail Road from the waters of Daily Advertiser,published at Savannah, ;r-.j .y K f fY ,
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July !8t1868. 11SAM. the above Line with Bay South of Tampa running through the The ',.) |, ,
; I subscribers for i "
far CHILL FEVER AND AGUE ...,. be sent to country .... .;
r FEVER, Satisfaction gu. of Tampa; the Connty-eite- of Hille ,: j ji
and six month. for One
Near Beekman Street DUMB AGUE. the State of Florida to Two Dollars a year. .
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C. CRAFT lo.a. county .
: and Cent. :
C ,, Dollar Fifty i J"I .
Florida Rail Road.
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.- ;;; point on The Advertiser contains M much' reading i'; I.
JAMES M. Moot, of Kr.JUTM05D ) amount of capital stock shall be'ODe matter aa the average of Weeklies, and U apeerafly ;! I l .'

11 Attorrrey Law JEJUSB N. Y. V NEW YOBK t. Ibonsand Dollars to be devoted to,, affording ita readers a con "!J' :. ."l lf' ,
; H.SIDSET: Hroan, Geo ) PYRAFUGEIDoes FURNITURE CLEANED AND ided into. shares of One Hundred Dollars densed and concise daily summary of Political, _

t' .it -axD-: MarchlS 69 ly .. Ten percent[ of each share subscribed Religious and Agricultural topics at home ': t. J'
be paid in before commencing to build and abroad and ta a faithful authority 011 JUe I'} ,r '
f \I16s1er f .in Omiiferr,' for the 6th Judicial C't: READY 7IABE .' Road. And ill subsequent payments shall Savannah market ana Quotations. t ,

c -us.>'-i.: 8. nl. LEDERER & CO. Dot- ure alf ill* flesh is heir to, 'but. does made in accordance with the assessment It is a I lively.icomprehenaive, and, above allan .,,' .
the President and Directors that
by economical baily every one t.
h"\1d paper
,I effect. a rapid cure in Always oaOrdAa ;
GOID\IT
: SOLICITOR/
Corporation shall commence on the should hate in the family. Send your subscription ... .' ; ,'
.: ; For tie County jpf 11S1I.boroag1LOfficein day of August, A. D. 1669, and termin for six months and try it. ... ..: .,.- J ,I
the basement on.be' Coort Uoute CHILI. FEVER 7j; Est. AS.?. ACrE ); for work promptly attended second day of August, A. P. 1889. t jf Local Agents Wanted to whom a literal t. ,;'..
I opposite.the county Judge's' Office, rEED ." FOREIGN AND DOMESTIO 1 i <3 officers of this Company shall consist percentage subscription willbe allow
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.. )NTRAC'{Q. [ORTGAG ;, AND t : .nD C\3F\ Co'-ttry Produce taken for President, Vice President, Secretary and ed. 1 '
1 \J other-instrumntedrawaatebortpotice. I Ij .... ,. BEARD KIMBALL :, ..

Office hotrn:, From 9 to 11 o'clock, .. m, and j -I ,J.. l>. ;.......... election of officers shall beheld a t the Proprietors. .
.f front Ito 6p.m.. .. -. DUMB AGUE I .. room of the Company on the second. '' :
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Tampa FU., May.12th, 18C9.. 'U DRY GOODS. '. of August, annually. J ': .
,a"i"; highest amount of indebtedness or lia-, THE. SAVANNAHcl'31in : ,, .
4 to which the Company can subject its .
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FLORIDA at any time shall be TWO MILLiON DOL .. j
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113 BRO UGHTON ST S. C. BARKER, ittl\15.\
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TAMPA. FLA. Preeid.at ,I
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Is now taking the place of all patent medicinear.da 1 DIRECTORS: -, "
DAILY & TRI WEER6T
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TAMPA! FLORIDA_ -. ," :* Hoorta Cnauiornm: L. FniniK .
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'wa ; 0 ..- r S.M. Lederer, ) Savannah. Gco Tj
., entrusted. Will gtreprompt to his attention to. 'all
,x. e "Tampa, Fla. Ap'l, care.), 8tb.. } 86.. 1yJem CAI ES &c. Ac.. August lOthlS 4w riontaining 'the* latest news t>y telegraph t .
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y HOUSE .' a O and Mail from %11 part of the world ; a ,
"- \. A. HxironaoR. J. F.'HXVDKXSOX : .n;,;TDK: Will be kept constantly Tess Barrels daily telegraphic Rerort of all Foreign and "
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.. Domestic markets together with full daily .
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: on hand the Savannah :
xCi areportof Grocery andjProduo
HENDERSON & HENDERSON, Baldwin, Fla Market Every FriJay.we publish a full Financial ."r 1<
: 1olbiuB ry 0 History of Physicians' Practice and lor sale at theFLOEIDA and Commercial: report of the Saran :

nah Markets, containing Prices Current
comparative '"
Attorneys at Law .
: 1. jJ. G 'r raprittor I statement of Cotton and full Mercantile -

TAMPA FLOBIDA. AX E Stastistica carefully compiled under and i i ,
he unJersi ned is
now having made, at his iI
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by direction of the Board of Irnde of this city.In
r Meals and lodging at. reasonable rate. Will about Commence. I Shop at Turkey Hammock 12 miles west the future, as in the past the Nswa will .. --I.j .,
Tampa Syrup Barrel of superior quality
pursue the tame straight-forward,earnest honest I -
Will practice in the Southern and Eastern, TOE WOSDLRFtr.FEVER ;. ,. J011N F, he will sell at f 2 40 rr barr l at the shop policy. Colonel W. T. Thompson,author
CircoiU. of the State. x HoUl on right hand of Ptntacola and ( (3 00 d livcre ..It Tampa. of ")Iajor Jones'courtship"i. connected with f.,;
-: Tampa,May'6th, 186. 5-6m : I Ta'lpa, May 19th, 1 have on hnml'a Run tot.of fish barrel the r -
paper. i
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: .' MEDICINE .- expr:'!IY! fur tboJJJi Fk>ri.Ia fisheries IK r.! -
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:: MERCANTILE.ff Georgia railroad going td.(athonllillt, c $2 j J'*r t barrel: at the shop ... .. ; .; '"
LACJ< $*" A J Ardarrfcr BIIW11li'iIl le Daily} .I'4ryear! .. ...... $107rUWeekly t iS ;
-- '. .. rYAND ailed rrcMrt per year .. ...... .........k... t*. i _

":-- y R. B. POST., A. M. HOBBY, Is the name given to it by all who have used JAMES P )!eSULLINT! Subscriptions received for any length o( :- __ .-
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call it theONLY t.i[me, from one month upward and if 1 T. ...... .
the label, but ; you ;
JAMES L. CALDWELL & SONS it and who disregard -;= \ t9.tti. tieFlowers ... _.
'IiTo 'ant, a Savannah paper; send one dollar and ,,; --- ..
< POST & HOBBY .. .r}' the Saws:. for a month. :'. -

LONG & SHORT.ACCOMMODATION 1 '\\H.e\Wt\v\\\in\ ; Lovers, of !. : yS; AU orders by mail or other ew .,i' 1 '
TRUE MEDICINE 1 ruin ptly attended to. t ,
L HAVE JU T RECEIVJP A + Z&- AH! communications to receive prompt : ) :-

....:: C Commiasion Merchants ,. J-H. FoSTILL Ed. &.,I'rop ;'
; .. 7 FOR THESE COMPL115TS ed is now :'pre 7 .: JL O Vn s R EDS, k? 'F 2 I. .
'; -? New OrlAankt La. pare J'to, fill all orders ,...... : t :
WHARF I
't for every de,. '"S: t'.r* rj'.a.M's'' :, 3 ail r- ", l1\mm\11 i ;\ m, ) b1ititn .
Wo challenge a single Caso cri Lion of l5aek-! ss x h i !r of ':oIHRr! :: : m"--l: fr or i'h.hi>: I ( l ,
.. .' -0I Charleston South Carolina and Wheel 'y 1 IVr'o.'S ,, :roilf ct.iirtil, .. ,
smithing ; 'a :! <\lt :3 : \ t ..n. .. V & WEHKLY 'tair
.! wrightmg in a style r t t Filnts: ox arr!:!.sme'itvill! do *. ".; 1,' "t -
x SUP TO TO TRY OUR not to be surpassed =. c 1 )' fit my.$EW STOnE, as 1 rave nol .-. I "f'

", Ibnnaox" B. >>EUOr.: JOBX. JAOCSOS.HtJfBT Advances made on consignments.. Refer .. Buggy Making, to', o i supply i .}.
1' W. G.Yrni PIOSITS.IT those who wihinformation| to Col. :I). L. Me doe Ac., will be 9 l'F.. BRANCII.AegCIat. K. S.' E Ef: ,
... Kay. President of People's National Bank on reasonable tfrms. Hones : 186'J.; tf :
Jane 16th 1869. r TlheunJer' rIJ! is rlJ. leased to
< announce L :
moment's notice.
Charleeston,S C. 1PY'RACFUGE I am thankful io
I : 18thHERRMANN tmoi for their rand his, friends hut he has upvin: ccm..m pops : ,
p. past pntrontii hope .
F. &. rcTZUOV. A. J. ETU,_ .. T. TLKx1hOTAY' i give me a call. For Sale leflSi"l1 of this time.buDoreJjournl\1.' and rxpecU : t -
A DENY. ITS II. to devote his entire time to mating it, as 1
o WEISSBROD: ) Tamps'F'a'S. 9 newspaper! second to none in the SoUth.-
Hill Co. TAmpa, March I4tbVeS t
Peterson & I
i The liberal patronage of past and betteryears, j
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....._.-.? 0 .,e." _.... ,_ -- Valuablehpue and two Lots pleasantly ,while the Repub'fcan was under his charge! i 1 ... N'continued
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and conveniently located in a healthy

; WHOLESALE' I 6R CERS \ SADDLER,, 1. !' W : l. t"1T1Jin 1F1rJf arItiiy, .B ri $bippiuR. ?of has Tampa six and rooms on,a closets business!!tc.street.A .good The encourages! this support him purpose to hope the into public that effectTo by will, enable him and S ;Ii;i ito f',

V ,''S; Room, Kitchen and a splendid well of carry .I I
\ -;.. >i. the Merchants of.Uie (South, and 1 !
: 1UarntitMaJcer especially
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ANDDEALERS == === I
the The lots will
I AiD TUB MOSt ( ou place. house and
his
;. Upholtlertkc & ... 4 ot own state, he looks vriia confidence ,
: ", w J" ; S .... 55 Regular Gulf sold for a fair price. for a generous support promising them t: .
'' IN I For further particulars apply at i in the beat I
: < OBSTINATE CASES return new commercial: and political j -
w t .' Will attend to any business in thi"#, lice'with! ., ..' : OFFICE OF 6th Till:* OFFICE: ] journal that experience and capabilities '..... I!. t
and I '
neatness dispatch. am sow pees ; 1 can: produce
1 t= .l t, t tit n1 robacc pared to fix :Mattresses cheap; or cLe.p ir '} MUST YIELD t Tha "-
." than it can be done elsewhere I can be!found "Alliance"i L i OFFER EXTRAORDINARY' Weekly Republican. j I _
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i r at all times at my oa the oppositesIJ.! ;; Cf f n orJrrto give the people an opportunity to Designed more especially for Lb. planting '
:__, : Corner tfPojdrai and Tehonpitonlai !Sis, the stro-et snd a little Fat of ilr.J. Ferris Sole Manufactory in the United Stales at. become better acquainted with their Lcau- 'community, and others wbo have not the privtlcpe f' ,
U([ S. ]mAE 2t ;
: of will be found contain
ster magazine ONCE A MOKTll, th> a daily mail to i If .
: -' >NEW ORLEANS ... II .WE] SBRODTamtla. JACOB LIPPMAN'SWholesale I het\ will send the first six numbers of all the news of the week condensed into a I t '.....

1, .. Fla., Ode th. year for 10 cents. Each number of I small compass, and by the en JJof: the'>ear we Ii i "
Month[ contains 'expect to issue it on a large imrtriialahe..t "<
,l v A 96 double column pa or'I .
rtf Agouti for John F. Tolle's Paragon & Jrng & Paint House, js of the best stories and: entertaining and eight pages!, to contain: rn"r !railing .
K SPENCER J '
T, than in the son b. I ,
Palmetto Flour. :! \-e reading be found in any maga auy paper .., ,
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Jnme 18th. 18991: iyJt. // r.- in the country. The subscription price is '. TERMS.Daily t

Safawvh, Georgia.... a rt'Ar. 1U typographical beauty ia not One year 0 $10 .. '
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six months! . $5 I -
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t! B. TISOS.: V1L W. OOBOOSTISON Send 60 cents!, and you.will get! this benuti- .* For less time month $1 t. 'I
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Auctioneer magazine from January to" June of this .
SLOAN GllflOVER & rOt Weekly .. $3
& GORDON, .. containing 676 j paces of Choice reading per year i
o )1G (Q)1rn)
809 A 811 Chcsnnl Philadelphia, 1'a.C.iSTOR edition without "I.
: [j () m WaG.SmB'6, COTTON FACTOKS! 'f0 exception.. J. R.SNEED, 1 I 1


4taT4A1 nLUSatlanMERCHANTS TA3IPA. FLORIDA. AND FotaV'ort4 New t I mm 1 S SVJ\ 1 TED. Im Savannah Geo. +} 1

.. t send\ 1a ua.. Art Gallery and Library Combined[ 1 '
; paid for Castor Beans Fan 5' '
Ti WILL ATTEND IT.OMITLY TO jLL m.. COMMISSION MERCHANTS tity, from a Bushel upward. deliver at The wonderful invention of printing, at
r I in this line. NEW ORLEANS, LA., OCTOBER 'y West, Tampa. Manatee r any convenient impression seven distinct colors must r

STmml'-Jb. (} Tampa. Aug. let 19,8. ly Caaningham's Range, Bay St w'40'ly: : ling of Steamships for!shipment on the Coast of Florida. be pronounced one of the greatest trinnpes{ ,
Clcgburni \
I t, j fALL L tnbliyhed wehnll dispatch! leeled 8e xd for planting from the East Indies! ot tion. To utilize this invention
1 circulars instructions the owners of the ita introduced 1 .
y-, F.YE WURDAY a Steamship giving for the cul press and patent .
i ," UTE still eontinne business at the old stand nvnnnah ...,..,.. .....Gcorgi; (VILA! A'L\CHlCOU. ST. M ABES, harvesting the Castor Bean, furnish- .
t : If 96 ZA Y STREET and offer our servieestothe KINDS OF T.-Mr fire WEST, and HAVANA application to THE ILLUMINATED _
of IlilUboro .
Merchants and Planters olivrforNrw YORK via CEPAR Km GEOROC: D. ALLEN .
asdtbeadjaeentcwnntie1for the eale of Cot. T iberaladvances oa Cotton conj "ed to 01.1J .- la lUilroH-laml} a line of West, February: 6th; WESTERN '
: toa and other Produce also for recch icg and correspondents in New York acJ Liv..r- tHiC Fernandinannd New York. WORLD, ,
1 forwarding Cotton and Merchandiite. pool.A. kei from NEW Y ART{ for all FLORIDA

f We are prepared to make liberal advances ( for ill regular landingoa the Notice. A weekly journal of useful. Popular and Entertainiar .l .
wL::: '. en consignments to us for sale in this Marketor and FIINT: llivrno.Tlif i Literature each issue containingtwo
[: f forwarded M. Sloan, C. F. Stubbi, C. E. Grirovt', A. I
'. ;' where it i*preferred to be to our P I a i nand Fancy T. McYntire of Georgia. &P *ru Hn.\ ,will becontinued or more illustrations in color It is the _' i
.j L' friends in UrerpoolNew) York Philadelphia! iYt'&r and the lowest rates of frt'i AND AFTER THIS DATE Salt will bj design to send this elegant periodical into all ,- -,

:. BostonorBaltimore. S maintained giving every possible sold at my Salt Works at Rocky Point I circles and sections The ..
: Having had fifteen years experience in the I Planter and Merchants in Flnri') a. atOne Dollar per bushel excepting that I,i .c

-t i !' ,, '. Cotlo.n Comm ,in ion Btrsineisli PHIIiLIP DZIALl'lKi rt .111.m..eh'es of all the benefit of to :Merchant for retailing 1 purpoacs, who ILLUMINATED WESTERN WORLD. b. j -
and regular communication with New ill be charged Eighty Cent: This tulewill'' .. .
tl .- Savannah we have an extended with general New Y( ikin \.hirpingtheir crops be varies'under any circumttance I I I will be devoted to General Literature.''science. -
refer con
.:." acquaintance to whom we : WHOLESALE GROCER and in obtaining! !urplit''s. The f UENltYALBUltY. Agriculture io. FraU of serial Romances, Stories t \
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II 6Jenee.S thoao! who Bro ordering Goo.U Sketches, Practical '
JOB'WORK : l'r(>l.rittor.: Travels. Essays on : .sue
1 Respectfully. W II.TISON. .. ANDCOMMISSION Yon, i.i called to the bet that .Rocky Point, .May 2f.. l 69 I I'S I and Scientific Topics: Agricultural Horticultural \' ,
i weekly! from New York by this lie ma.Fashion! Gossip and Chit-Chat, i ..
WM. W. GORDON. MUCH LOWER RATES"; and IN the ChilJr n'e Hopper, Humor Poetry kc. \ --

Awe: 1'Zhlb.81. 176ni.J. I MERCHANT, TIME than by any other roate.: Notice. :Sold:: by all news dealer; Subscription:: 3 p..r '- r
Cotton taken: to New York ; annum. Address -

.. BEKRIEtf OLIVER, NEATLY EXECUTED, AT THEPENINSULAR 1 Bills Lading signed at towEsr : I THE: WCTERNVORLD CO., \\ "
LAY. STREET, EAL ADVANOTS made on Cotton I ] !ier by forewarn all persons from tracing' Cor. Park Place and Place
to us in NewA'ork an.l New | for a certain note given by the suWiiber{
ys Late Editor & Piopnetor Tatbha'see St-utiae I Eh.T.nl: : Gn! 9 I Under) t)
Postollic apartment, the | ,i and seventy dollars (*27<>,) dated .lu "
t Branch: Offices! at Quitman' Ceo, and Madison I 1 C..mp8'VilI.Ji l'alca! a strainer 1 1867, as the (Mration; for which! the l
COTTON FACTOR, Fla- I New .,.(lrI"SI'8 "H'rv llt\lrlar, i nuto WH given. hiw fnile!. $},cmntc I f.s Wlj\9nziut} t T TEMORFST'8 <
OFFICE Liberal advances on all! consignraent: *. 'i>ve TUIfJn)' anJ Key Wed F U. M. BOGOE.5tj ; i..

[ s01y Pnetla93trrait: }K'y"'e t an 18C,; HI.mI :
MONTHLY MAGAZINE .
nos have I.Hn i iii-'tnct t : <.l I t.t seal ; --- -- nni- I' 4versally I -
Cowratssinu> > 'JHtrt ant: 1 Ji;lind b'lti 1 5 time' aril the American { I 0 : acknowledged the Model Parlor \
AIEINllARD ; 1'ersues t'nnk! ; ,DJ of &iv'rtisin/; Mgarina, of America devoted to T
LINEN AND COTTON BROS & i : \ ;\, r" ut, will!: .j; ; a \ ':\ original
; dp .., e
'f! :i tur .,. : t'..ari ", win to o :jl i'afl{ re ID.krg: .! rtj.tra t> I" Stories. of Poems, Sketches. lloiuehold Matter!. I' \
hems TAUght Personal and Liter ry Go*- ; }
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mattervu: : \ ".. v i I sip> (including special departments on Fash- _
x, -?; -1KDOEXERAL WHOLESALE DEALERS WSfars / by thisroute. ions.) Instruction, on Health. Music .t, -

,.:: IN' X I I IxjAvoTnmpagornjf: ; South, (lBlPreWELL&P. rent' etc.,by the best. authors aud profusely '
PURCHASING and Leave Tamp" C+,inr North: ,i; :ilustratc-J with costly engravings, useful and t % 1

:: AGENT Rags Wanted. : a0t9 t > b/ A' atsI t i E\vrv ac N'n'It'n.htin] and : 1I ADVERTt I'Htternj. Embioklerivf: n,J a constant :
FORWARDING, aiFor li>;l to } HtC AGENTS. .. .
l I Siir.p\;ra and Cun"i n.? "ucce sionof artistic none 'es, with other > .
Y > '. No"97.BAT .7tttttEr'. I / Agent* of the line at all Point*. \ an e-.tlmftte T' ,-v have n,1: ,;.:... : ." useful and entertaining literawc. No per- '
Wilcox GibLedCo.) t CLOTHING I Your ebe iint *" iR: for sonreliable of ref.nrnu-nt ecoiuxnical !isewifq C'r 1 .\ ,-S..
(over READY-MADE
'..' o. { : F, W. :-:: \: : all n,!"W.f spo. end J l..t.' uicj' at! io.v r,' la.v} of tasteetin afford to d, t""' .. .
: i / I A !' s thria at, tiol rl M.>nthlv.. Specimen' r -....... "
1 -,9.. : Savannah Geo. AND A PAIR 1'KICE PAIL rt-RM 'Hsa'ROODS!: 4e; :.3 C3NlI1 Street :N. : trailrl flt'... \;t. .. t3 I _:
/. J. K. H.(!! : rr Il;'1a ;. two copies:", lot 1/& .. t".. t + I '- !_
/lonsignmecU of Cotton Orn Sjjop, Woo : 115 I 40 PAEK Kfl9. ttVt 4. 14.. 12.: and "_ .11'/1 ., .
.. Broutfklon! Street, J As,: : ;. t ,: "; '..}.:-n r 'r''
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Tobaeeo.RK-f ;: each
\J Ui eta, upon S 174 Clsmhcrsrtr.!! ', r.1I1 l 'tI ",\ '
W r; e lbfral advances ..willl made when Je ir*.1..P.on.l .- Savannah Goo. t 11'. G. 1i.: '! : I .cli' subscriber. Jft PlCU ,fi 07' S t ":
,e s; -. attention trTfIA tu (!he sole! s. / }._ ,:: < jI'i.{ t tr th<- r Circular runtnif.! ..<:' t toa ?ewint<>..Maco.in t Mou> d'CPullicitioa .
1'rortaee ap Ir nilNRY: rROSEL'S.) : Ai' ly / lti> naoieaof! more then OaeThimsaf.d: e\\ 3:I.1)11 4'1I"h ...... ( a'
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