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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: December 8, 1869
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tampa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hillsborough County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hillsborough -- Tampa
Coordinates: 27.970898 x -82.46464 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1855.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1874.
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended in 1861?; resumed in 1866.
Numbering Peculiarities: Resumed vol. 1 in 1866.
General Note: "Democratic" <1856>; "Republican" <1873>.
General Note: Editor: Simon Turman, <1859-1861>; Sam C. Craft, <1866>.
General Note: Publishers: Simon Turman, <1856>; Wm. J. Spencer & Co., <1859-1860>; Wm. J. Spencer, <1861>; J.E & T.K. Spencer, <1866>; T.K. Spencer, <1869>.
General Note: "Here shall the press the people's rights maintain unawed by fear, unbribed by gain."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur" -1866-.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 3 (Mar. 3, 1855).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 002013373
oclc - 11286473
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l L C :A ) E N _D A R.UAJ4M i iusint5S ( arbs. GUIXDMOTHER A HEEOLNE. and reproach, bade him leave tho house, the only trace was the jleathcr strap, usedto I ment, however, before the curtains mov ,..::." .-." .

__ '- never again to cross his thrr .)IIU1J.. Then, I secure it tightly across his breast, ed, and a voice whispered at my ear: : _.

; I I 1 .M-1'.1 I ).1 1'i.' J .1- LEGAL. "Jfothcr, have you ever seen a real heroine turning to me, he thundered forth his which hore unmistakable marks of having" ,"11 u h, don't be frightened. It isID .T.

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:' ,' 1, s one like Joan D'Arc, or Anne As- never) more hold a sharp bloody ( -
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', .J.I" =I ttb--1: l" .i.iI i-... :i JOSEPH B. WALL, Julia Maitland, looking up from the history with my poor, unhappy \la=. In nmv lois- I pocket-knife, was found on the ground beside I Mercy 0, do not murder me !'

I ; ..1' M i Z hook she wa. stud>'iug. cry I told him of our l'ngagem
... .'.1 bl 11 8 9 8 4 "' 1 :1 8'V ATTORNEY AT LAW. "Yes ; I have seen a heroine, Julie.- pleaded. for merry, but his rago only became (! "The quiet village was in a state of I. then utterly forgotten !' '_. ; "

I12;. 2212S Jr.l((7 :: :1 I: 1*. : L 6 Not one like those you have mentioned, I the fiercer, and ho accused Max iptseeking the wildest excitement.: Xo trace of the I I 'He spoke aloud now, and it was in a' ,
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i 0 but real heroine nevertheless. my alone and murderer could IMJ found but the authorities !- I voice which ear could. never mistake
: BROOKSVILLK.. FLA. a i 2 money not myself. my
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.1 I: I 'I: I :; I I "Oh mother, haw you truly' f Do tell I' This hurt him more than all his other insulting : had sent to Baltimore for detectives. :I -and if it did my heart would.) have been .

"J 2r t '4 6 6:7t.: I 2 I 4 I 6 TTTILL: rr.ACTicr: 1 TIlE fth I\1J Cth :! us H! l lhllt'it, will you, mother T and words ; and the j p"or. desjitrate '! These could not arrive until Thursday, faithful. I gave .one cry'J :4ilax!' and /. ; .

\ "; .: 8' i ic .n It U 14"S" V 10 II I 12 13 >V JoVicUl! Cinuitwill i Bivatlrrtiou t"uID ".i Juiie i t-ardowu her book J Kt pu hIl.J boy held me in one last embrace, and.i evening, however, and.! the body had been !I held out my arms. .;- .- -

i 1& t3 1$ 24 l 26It 1*' 16 1 27 Lfl 21 22 16 4t3 18 17 4 !I' *: a in I 14 ail Lli6 .:$ titrutcJ lo Ius a.-"y? -l.tr eAtrcue', .mil Mume n.. .e then rushed from t the house swearing that found at eleven o'clock on Wednesday j "He threw back the curtain and stood 't\

t : U 31 at ,. !t8t$ t8 t" 34.I .I COII.e. l ,' fl"m the I"all".. ait ('::1),1", ) .,p- he would be dead to us, uiif'l ho could lay night by a party of ten or twelve young beside me, with the light full upon him, -. :I

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4if '81OI1 U : 1)14) S 91'1, UIlt "\\11har:, ;in t'Xl ldj.U.t : '.' t'o'ild' bring to my husband. Ah my been ghen by u gentleman residing about II ', of .my poor lost Max. He did not touch .?.1I

.' .4' Is,14 n IA %18,24 17 21 18a'I 19 12 :i Ij: tt\14 1/111\ : 1':1 ii "SAtf.aCKJAttorney \ FT, claimed, )laiighirijr.. "iS'i!:I. I !:iI\'l' :,n" ,ria; ist: her was a )hard, hard man. I j,I a mile out of- tim village. On discoverj j I I, me, but stood looking down upon uie, his ; JI

: .: JUliO: /* i9 .) HI 'Ifl 20111 J19 ;41'I|:il I:, of letti&jj )lu.soius be 'o. ca".du! !rly inuiivl.Wait "I 1 mourned w) sorely for Max that my jug it, four of the party had hurriedjdnwn blue eyes wild with misery. I cried out : .' 1

( '... _:== I until your fat in'r and brothers e.niinhome health :suffered nd my father took mein .,, the lane, entered by the back. gate, and }I '"Speak to me, Max ; oh, speak to me : :

t at t Law [and when wo aro nil HUinsr 1;t round I It Europe.' We spent fi\e years there, Mimmoiifd the doctor. He had found the. Touch me, that I may know you: are not r .
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f'mnii iizi ; lrtdOf. -\. t the fire, after Miupir jou) shall hear t th.- and when I relumed home, its was till an body still warm, and was sure that the ,.I a spirit 1'! ;. 1 1I

,. ?r.utr: in fkamry, fjr the Cth JsJitial C'i I whole utorj't Go fluidly& kick to! jour orphan ami! 11 rs. Maitland.( I j''I munler could not have been committed I ''1 am no spirit, only a lost soul, Julie,' -. ..i .

+ I -ALsOCOUNTY studies now.** I "Oh grandmother, had you forgotten i' more than ten minutes before the finding I hesaid, slowly. 'I cannot touch -you, for .: I

THE TKMU for l Inserting Card* in this Directory It. seemed a long time to wait, but the poor 1 Max f 1"* It was Julie w ho spoke. | of the body. Harmon had ]leftthe; depotat I my hands are dyed in blood. Sl't" !' ,-- i
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i.j 1 one" je r.. f 4.ATTORNEYS I appointed hour came round at )last t, uud The old lady's lips <|imercd, and tears half-past te-n, alone, having been the "He held them up, and I aw that thi y, :'
For the County of Ilillsborcuglu Julie recalled tho her were down her only who had! got off the that of his coat -
;'J AT LAW. I promise mother'sremembrance. rolling furrowed cheeks. j I, person cars as well as the cuffs light gray 1'
'1 J -- Office io the Basement of the Court Home : I "I) not blamo the," 'she said! humbly 11 t\. were stainwl darkly. .

{j. IL.L MJTClIEUAttoriiey at Law.and- So orl'o.ite the county Judge's Office. "I have not forgotten," n'l'lit'd1 T4. in her! broken, aged treble ; "J 1 h..ur-lloth-I: I "J t ivns Friday night, and I was I bingj, '4. 'Oh Max,' J wailed, 'are you tho -' I I

"i; 1 -' IicJtQlJ'-io Equity 1VEI. CO TltACT8. MORTGAGES, AND :Maitland. 'The heroine i in your grand. ': ing (If him hi all thos( '(':!!. My father awake feeling; restless and excited. The murderer of Mark Harmon 1' 4

1' Office-in Lodgebtrtlding.X Uffue I) other hour in:lrnnunU From 9 to drawn 12 o'clock*t short a. notice in... an.l l :. mother, and she has promsied( to tell you was ill, and ho spared no t.ii-ntis: to v5umy :I bibwas: betide me', and the nurso was I I Iaslivit. "Aj e I' he answered fiercely ; 'I 1 brought .

.j, &) & HEXDERON, Attorneys I f ruzu2to5p.zn. all about it, herself." : .c 'ii -
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.J fA Law and NotariM 1'iiblic. T*ror.a. Fla.. 5T y 12th. 18C9. tfII. 'Graudmother !l"' exclaimed the children lie was my), in-tlirrH "'titisin, and .- .My husband hid betn absent 1: !fence, June- 'inoiigii i (euiuioi[ j-.u.i- IT. I ,\'

,1 .. 4Office. L ]MITCIIKLL t'"Yts Itiu-d }hiiu tit'arJ! H looking. anxiously f.r his return. '! de-1 love he added -4 'J
.. C. CUAFT, Attorney at L*" and Master ; \ { hail; nf-t ujt& 'r\,1] i !ove.-muy lost t t indeed s-he) is their flier .. and) joiiud': ill ', tn ti\. 1 i'aJ arrhcd and he had the side. '
1 in Cltanctry. | replied us : imr rr& K ,\ml my' p..ir ucrtmpiiui'd glancing at baby! by my '- |
-. : t Oflie in the Court Iloate. _' 1 1l t ; "one of t the bravest heroines I ha\e fIIIt'I' cli.in'. i t./ t him us it IHI had ben inn them in t tliclr: search for trace-; of j *"M Iu MHX forgive mite/ cried.. 4I f t.t.i

Attorney at Law,I ever heard! of. Come, mother, will jou own) son. u.K'l i ri<',t'. y irs I in? M'Uinr I tb.' .lIIur''I'r.! The room was lighted by 1' heard! nothing of you, my father pressed jI

l !:R9A"IL4 1 tell us about it, now f iit'iirl' t.Itt: 4l5t.4-,2Vf ,,f our" mar- '- time rll! .lit lamp] whieh ,stood on u small i I mo sorely, and lil rH.lllll: if eu-r 1 should r

.; I TAMPA. FLORIDA Grandmother looked up from her knit- ri.-ige, 1 i.jit !I. > ':-Uf-b1i tot'.!"' ihun-->h able: iifir my bod, [together with a glm: : wed; with \ on. J Ie w as d>ing, ami Ira .' ;

i" :!. Ucrl GltA' r.tGltAl-L.IJeatliJ". Uardware.' io Dry ic CuUrain. ting, and thoughtful! loving Julie noticed si-n: a \ .v 1 jrolj naK ; R tnit>, HUt! eu'in' ot \ ai.ai.d. [ a small platei'f I b ....u[:4 the -.vretehed and lonely. Jliehard was my _. j

t: ? 01'11oe t* the Florida HOUM-l'wthiug. Will give prompt at'enlion to all "businesseniruMeit that her calm, sweet ACJ was paler th.in ami! ,.r I 'OC: .nd he lavwl. tin? ?oarly| ) ,- *tr ii.,11.I. hud) forgotten t-> l't'II.I.Ii.( >t cousin), antI s-o mud oldr, and I told him j
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10 Isis '&ire.Tanipn usual, and that her vn'u-e was not. quite' 1 l'.-'i! !d Hilt- n."UT't.J)t nttJrtK'r: halt! Mmi'i t ni\ I lied was- a sm.ill.I I r.rs-, \\ Ii.dl all. He is to gootl, HO kind so noble. {! -

f- r. ; c1LUt'kE.Co..Deal," in Dry (;iooJ_. Fla AI|.'l I, 6lh *6 6. 1Jux steady, as fhe answered : "pr._ .ii 11.1 ii ;i tearful!1 <5;tn
: IUard"ar..' *, s&I.IJlery.. Fumitor Clothing., &Wood-Ware. Grocerit A. IlKxnKR. J. F. HRVDEHOOS "Yes, my son, I 1IZt\t' prompt!! )lt -v 1 Munl.tir' Wt..lHt'A\ .nif 1Vft4 50 oouii-'U-ti( : with the 10.1 k n-o.ii by a iU.yr.: I .: own free will ; anti niy boy is so like .
f. -- to tell t the children '. !II 0 'i 1 1 h i.a1'l'01ll' hadalw !I..' ; > %J I '
: t'ermr Wa.lu&liwu' MarioustrceU. my story' ., to-iugiii "Iw."II! t'uJlIf". '.I 1 told ttll to l>r.; 'j tu SM ai > ) tl, )Iax. t -'
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.I *' HENDERSON & HENDERS ON and I am quite ready.. :M i :I ffciu.-ni: umMnoki! !him dwide!: ) fr m.' ; i Mt.'t ofiitiruriMiiii' \\'h\-rltl" \lunc'IiIWD.! Ilia fl'atnr'or .il oon\ulsi\ly, but I

1 -. ; L. FlUEHELE, Dealer in Dry Good CloMiiug. I I She knitted, a few stitches. in.
.. !r. VAukea >otion. Ilarjware Crockery I then. cotmrunccd) : :Meid.() '\\\P\ ( ..rnontycj; '. pfrtVni'Ml'a I hens< We-ro kl' Jt. (Opposite) ,the ,1d! < and! aj 1 proaching. i I I

.- ; irtc. !rlrr. IVlclit Mediciurs, Attorneys at. Law I I. "You know, children; we. have: im: .1 I. in,. \t I'll"!; >* d"lIlh.tt..l! |, Hnd! :sl U :)}tuiiths! :-do-r(! was another' which ojniied upon U !I 'You must save time Julie h he erifdij01y j .
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:: Cw/n/ 'r : & streets. ways lived here.. When! 1 1:1 a gir: !, latir 1 I 1'r.' !MuitlaiMl hjupght U" back! to .ll"jht). of private stairs leading a suit n ,: \\'i 'I cannot die a felon's *death lit:re ;_ .

.:. : I. 'G'VOVACEVICII. Dealer !Western._ 1'ro- TAMI'A FLOIUDA. my father owned 1,11:1'0ill: u beautifulullage .) toy old }. .n'e. Hifit 1 I 01:ce rin'liKMiOftlpraithe ', > (lC.e..ti alice, fastened l h)' a"I'l't'u Ii.lat.-r; i: lib. I f t-ai.not: !! 3I

dace. Ciocvrie' CuuKelionarie*, Ilaidware., -- in Maijldiid, .*n.l lli.-re 1 passedmy l in !tie \ \iHij., and I tnt, a piitt, the) trick of which was known only t tt to |I *- 'I{ kill save you MaxI ar.sweridie.olutely -- & :.

N old! -'stand. ( uildhool.! 1 was: ui only 'hild) ), and) ',.ttt ful), and ,- to u ivitain.fm: / -iiap- t the household. My bedstead. w s alar!*. : ; 'butu uititt. \\tm\f the aid: i>fHUwLtw. G ;

.. .- icKq" Will |>rste in liie Southern and Eulerl'' i my mother died v.lun, 1 W.LiIlitl'/ joiing, I plite, thotigh! itvt .s not ? !a..I. .' myouhfi.l e-id-fasliiand. fotir-postir, draped with data i iheaxj I Do) not fear, he wonld die: : ::-;

t Wr F&UUa. ,.". Dralenu; DrCi uu-1i. Cir..uih.' ,M.la ul the Stato.; so l that! my'life: was very lonely. \l I)' father .\ I : I tiiaui.s: had! pictuie ; "nollltt'lI-I curtains: reaching to the fu*>r, und! ;, soom-r than betray: jou. Quick !buWhlial '- ---_- ..
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: _. 1J.1'4.'JI. ;'NCL.ery.". tine Oruc.i<. ct\ .ud -Agea.t -- \ i.rom I !b..ted I: for.ipaiiy' and lo\ed to spend I times it wai( ituiiilid! l Itj'> tho tuei.uiry of a entirely I l concealing the I cut door.The ) the curtain, that he may not MV you F r',
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-- t .1 Siote uraer Waxhtngtwn, an.I Mvuoer i I : Idle, a clear, \ iee, .iiid a' 1 as he( enters, and cry (-ut.! ;/
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I r l; frQW1 t 11:11.:111\; : : : .lilllllr"l'. tahingharge : gotten ){ax.t ; ? teat 1 heard! 1 noise at the head! of.tt and Hawkins c-ntereu. ":.
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ot' iiii' ::11'11 l "i our housekeeping. 1 It t trtI was "At t Ki.gth a entered flu) )bed. The ('urtail between nnM-lf '1.1'l.k I the door" I I <
-.!. akrdir '> !iu'; ar io *5o'4on-? (JrCrAtrryware.'rfjJ.iUrj ... Ill'j'I ( ito:: my i Hawkins' f'imiekly :' ;
-.. ._ L... ._ | r .t j J"J to me, I therefore, I that, when) I lifi.'. I In M.a.ir.v tirt ihil.l! was iM.n..- j I and the light wv.s looped parth I lath;, N ; 'and come to \tnt,' adding aho -- t .::
Physician: & ; Surgeon: W..t-, .11.,111! n-n jearsof He iiubSe that) I could plainly) sew l tjie table.). : i iieside I''
IL PKOsEUh: J."kiDry GwU l1..td ; age ne\\s rame w.n.s u :i.I. fair aa ll\: while My Mood[ nu, 'iM-cAutious ; Mark HurI ( k ::
,' vulf, .1"11I WllttS4.IIHUM'L'; (iiov'iic. ., 6., I .I 1 oj iln" i l';.1.1, 1.1.a cousin and fric'llIl"f tHy hii father ;iit.d! myself were I both tl.u'-! ejesvere I'ueu II'tll itvIleIt I distantly: I Ip mon's murderer i- in t the rtltltll.1I11I1) oh : -r l.
; Ui-j 1 UuJ j TAMTA: 1 j| fa'l.-r-) :. :)-i li; gland who lelt The! a i..i.d; ii'mt4ovlv! : beneath the t -
41 e .v _ n.v I IrI an only first I tiliie l be "I'I'I.c| d l bis gi." a; i.iue \ fr\l Hawkins! it U 31n.\. *;- t-' -
'. .- c, ". J.I lll"- f".i-U, lena Diy v"j;. Grot. clui'i I i.. '..- j ne. )1 fy father determined i eu-s upon ine, <,l oiild nuJ: l.elp l,\.'biiil': curta.ii. :, 1 ii":-( :It :.' ,y take the. glass of \ra.t. J "The man. I t'ma'llp"I.* ZI.I .la.\th. smut! .:
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: i' C t." jIsti1'ze, "H.. JUt'. ,.aodt'r.-wal io ; ixri: K-. HIS "I'lU: IIT"--I: <(\ \ r. :?Ftn : n- to bnijluiii. up as his, own son. ; and! a lug? : t t. from the i.uiland.: : disappear ; tl1: I ,\ bad; with horror sis Max ( aine forth.I : .- .

: J &J :'..... e. .. t.- "it.1.; !i*.-f tniiij-a v.I] vl..h \ .i".t. f.nn" i.ms t saw 31axwdlnll'lI an in- : '"!.\\ likf i.h. b.w \ IT1 1 1\:: !! j ..a'ljr.: ;; .the faint. .sound of drinking. I I I It ,was lint' for an 5n t.ii.l.: bowe\er then 1tIrt. 1-<
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I "At I .t"T'. 'I.. 41ll. I 'U H- ii!. tie of our borne lie heart'ft '! : I lu terror, I was about to fur '
l- -. -- won :ny 'J-ike who, Julie !r IIA' hu: >Lii.J: ,..kl" my scream i I lie threw his arm around him. sobbing) : ::.
I : BKAStll, hurge..n, Practicing riiDcater c-;I, I "- in the first numunt rested the nurse, i( flashed across me that ,"
MiiiCAXTJLK.: : my ejes upon "i did not l un>\\er until heripi! .:ud the :h\1. I llv: I riiini- buyIy!! i.imrniiiu'' ; ir.uter *- t:
biit-Vastwigtou m Uiugi awl .iieUiciue.trr.t Fern's.r I ::-- .- :_ _'_ 1 1R. his blithe. bonnie face, with his bright '[luMiun. ; tin n I uid : 1lI)' onu sai ij lain silence.gain, ( tod have mercy cm'uuu* f( -. _'

-: .A .. -. -- .- opposite[ : : i. -. B' POST. A. M. HO33Y. blue ejes, smiling mouth, and Minny curling ..'ritasif.irgiie) 1 me. lilchurd: ; it was a with I tin I 1,1I1IUitll': manner, 1 saI; lie i "I; 1.1It.th.\t lilY hu biitiniiightrctiirn; '"

-- hair. The ring of his clearolce thoughtless! exclamation but 11is fearful hand! ud\ance, replace t the t turn-1 at and 1 knew'too .
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-- POST & HOBBY I merry laugh sw( et music in our wry like. -: ( the power on earth could make him aid) ia the .

.- N 11. KUAyaE, Blacksmith Wheel wrigLi. baj' I quiet home! ; and! Ins pleasant temper, !|! "I I hcMlatcd Iteforc pronyimcing.'. his, "l.tte. j cse'-ajH? (>( a tr!nillal.: I He was kind: a.d: ,
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-yMsker&c. I cheerful mirth, and loving hart made !U\IItt'llIlt, ) UIV ,It'ar, good husband. 111I.l'rl'l'JlI I "1iy this time the t'xtrelitof my teri i fI.I.I"| | 'I.M: !t i.. ".'.- feMrfulIy j j'.t.i My terrvi -l. J.

bor-l1ea of Franklin street. him a favorite with the entire. hou.-chold. !j: !\ l-kly : rur fenced: Jl. to I be: calm., utid! a ru." f hr> tur )la\ gave I.In.'lJgtlt and! ;c-alm- .
Commission KorchantsIVcv Pour Max My Max !r I | the nurse to side occurredtome. __ ?
poor j 'It was not dearest summoning my U''SS. .
i H.! \VE1SSIJUOD.Man I thoughtless, ; and! .
: The old lady paused) and Julie saw a j I t tho likeness is ( 1 woke I the baby! who tantly .. 'Tlien' i is 'fr r rit
: ufactnrer of( Saddles and Uarrta; )not strange. You know he j i. not a m. tinenifo lose, I
t.'t
-.; ::4 Orleans Ln. tearfall onjher; thining! needles. At length, I is a blood relation, and you told mo once mitt up I cry, and 111'1. I c.It..t ( : sicl.'IIII1 t a\t'llill.. 1 Taw kins, and! .
q; J. FLETOIlEIt.. i with a deep sigh, she continued: : I of the striking resemblance Lctwen"nur j .' arah Sarah do come and! tab' Il id.ly. How can it )k* d.tne.f )

.t4 llak..r and dealer in ConfectionsriesGroctrictt. --0- "110, was three" years my senior, and tome father aud himself.' j the. bab\.f. : "Hi-1 t was calm. te o, now,,and'reaelywitted. I :0
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'.. .ud .- he was tho embodiment. of ''She ro 1 __iflL.- beauty I "The next t day) bab\' was ailing t that } I'riy. mil .
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.. W.E.SWELT. Dealer! FsmiIyGroc.rks. BurR TO' and grace and strength.Vr were ai-1! j at my request I, we sent for. the minister t 11111.. I said!, as : patted him! : j 'The back .. -. ;::<:
I entrance i is
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-J- -- wars together, my father being our only 1 to christen him at 11111'Xllt 'I J have Von heard .your m.iter com '! watched so ho ;
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b-p. ; ; )_' lU .:.l."t Anctivt.ecr. Orpo.ite IJE'II1r (X Jt IlKXOERJOX. JoilX JAo.-I1 teacher ; and, when he left us to enter | been' sl1111111l)1I1. his a word\ had. in r must put on ui\_ mat and, hat, anti jmsi ;"/::
until j
name I at (
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Slont. out
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f Drug j the
W. G. FkKKM II nET: rco't.rs. upon collegiate course, I was almost) pointed place the! minister 'Xo, ma'am, I haven't ; bell }be sure I through froi.t poor. lit' must-
t turned and'!
11, June Ihtb 1869. i\ i t ht"trt.k'uhll.Hott' to each other askuliny) husband for. it. to come right "l're when he comes in, 'I taken my shoes, too, for it was his hoot |. .
i' that led I
14 'rVI.TY D R T O YF. -- e\erv veek, however, and the \ac.itiousv.vre '. j and.. 1 reikon he won't be out much later.'t I II stisnioion hero. Ynn Inul )o..P ** ,,
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; j / F... F..FO'li.I.. J. r'r r. s I r. .', ..1'f "". c'h'ar., tninx. lio-' -!.invi.. .>wl. .- "The .J strike right across the Master .
-f ," MM.II! $ rf iiimllnjid happine.ss.M .- IIalwdl.\rct'lI.; .. I a ne'\terror flashed! OUT me1.- |' country,
r. : ,; \ t f.' :.HT ) ; Ninth was: a coward and thu. Max, to the river, and) take a boat down "* L f
CHURCHES.lielhodist Peterson ---H' I!, "p---C----- ( iiifmMgcii oar ml unary, and! "I J t turiied'and hid. my f1'lill I tlu, jiil- helpless .1] to Baltimore 4 : :,:
[ and from
; I ant >'d" .u tlial ufitiil) ii his had! that of there }ou can
t : c .Rer. W.XOollier. P. E,. corner l \\.is \vishj.lhal low, and) did lint look until 1 heard hall hl'l'l a powerful man.1 j go ;:
up toXeW' *
Yorkan
of Wasblntorf\ and i.arayettetreets. Servic : v; MI" 'ii ."ft. .i..v. ;liv tmrned.Wli .- -Supposei be should spring then out of the country. :
.\ .\ M 11 a m, au d 7 }>. D). Sablath Sobool at V WHOLESALE GSOCEfisCEALEKS .. i'', M' > \' i J.i I I ; tid..l 1 .'..!li-nae: Hidlr.1.I'illJ" : : (.,,1 husband. ali murder upon him Jnarm dln'.' I 1 Have you money !' 0 '\
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4_ t. ..:; : ,! J .v; .' i i, i.' !i. ,;" ;' :.' r' -. ill ""ii' !i.!v't'tkji. 'Here. is our little t )Iax, Julie ; )helusaclitl 't'lll utter I word (If warning. Tin* !I '"Only gold,' nmtfmd( Max, with it ', :
bi'.uilifully/'
Serviceat I ,
31s'tetteY. s. C. Craft. Pastor. t '. 1J.' v.i1I.A' : .t''i! : \\lil. ;! 1 thought was terrible'Vliat l'lJti11 shudder. :;
J li HIS I !
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Sabbath Scbool at 9 m. ANL "lie laid baby besiilim. and,.! '. tt. :
11 am. and ?'p In. a I I1lmI. \ | 'I 1 have 't1
:j ft :.ii.es; tln-ro Were debts' hv l<;u.1! nllt'r and time was: thing while 1 hesitated. I money, said. 'Th r" am t
-- Calholfc, fter. Father Launders, r..tor. .Svr.yj4.satlO&msndpnL ( : vrojiid; not my arm around! my )luisliaiid's. netk I two hundred dollars In Jl\ k. ;
I laii explain, aud rI,11It'r. lea'lied us I la-Id his face mine 114,11.,1 111.111' that :;irah T'llarl".I. : i ii my :,0.
to
-r ---4 -. -.--= j that he was living with) n wild -.et at college -* uinid .l tears wliisj' 'ring only: I i .'Iuii'tlie.: fretting after master, honey I i 1'huat will do, said Hawkins. 'Von I. .. .

i I a' 't DCES- : It was within a fe.v\mks :''ftbo'time f '.My my htiNbaiid.: !'\| I didn't, t toll jou., because \\1. was asleep .i must get rid! of those dreadful marks, Mastir ,
My giMid, noble'
) rstrrn pru&nrr t fixed for his when I 1.MUiuvl in that Max,' pointing to the terrible blood .
nln.bofOfI graduaiiuii: t tiiat t t tistuntis Hi.-llUr.l[. I lie-M got back to ) _
jr.hT fintindtbtrdSatnrJsjsii tach moutb at 7 burst. He nturned home ut,"\:;HCtc'dk t that was all that eve )passed. between us the \ iUgl', mil stopped! to the door to |f 'Come to my room in the ha l'J :..1.'
-.: o'clock p.m. Corner of and! ) one rainy night, with a si.,.I) tal '!' about fathers see if \ou was all!) right. The-y say thl'l' ment, and when master com s in here, and \ !
( PojrJrai Tthonpitoulas Sis .\oiir name. i ii '
S R.oysrArch Cbs1'tsrNo. .meet, every 4th He had been expelled from college for in- t city polie-c' and master have I tracked! I 1 go to lock the door I will let you out. t.'
dr4d.V.as eaoh month7pm..' suiting tho :i ''Little :Max '\11" jut t"three 'week< old ihurelcrer fii. tlc ,I We had better at once Mivj ',
r prcMde'nt who had. ila- m t the below this go : Julie.
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_________ ted with him his when one morning t tli< iuir e itiii'rUdmttv! his boot It would bo death for master ,;
on reckless e-ourse ; and , Ihat
*1FOaT in his desperation] he confessed to Illfl t"J.IIW. that t tlire I had oeeu n .dn-adt'.i" ; t I track: just by our garden. the hen. or Sarah l'ittH'r. .
OFFICE I ,
NOTICE. ; -
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; LwAg.nts for Julia F. ToU l'a t'fon A i: timer and uiardt-r eoinmitted! near our: h"I1"'e. th, "Yes I said. ,;
r.I lnittto Flour. j injt>olt! that he owed debts to almost !. back one. on the Line Thehad t'relitsmtarcttiI je:, 'Only) one word,

:: OFFICE HOURS. Ju me I 18tll. 1699. IV .j the full amount ('f his littln I! night before. Till railro: :id di-pi-t was : the ganUn, but !Hawkins: had Mar bl'fiJru"oU go. You did not murder I r

I ..' M. to 6 r. I I tj't How theM debts" were properi.. !i about a half a mile from th". \il.g! (? by l>lo\ved it "I up tliisery morning.' Thewent \' v. except Sundays. :.
MAILS CLOSE. : : wemld not 'a). ,!I t iii.' high ro.nl, but t there wa ts ;a -'itirt cf:: on looking down! : I thc village, luid 1 : ". 'Xo, I swear I did not,' he muttered -

S- u". EA rnn AKD WZa-r1N BERRIGX: OLIVER i I ""'hE'nt"t. rose lImo next morning, we terminating; in a narrow ltn.'Hh Iigit; heard 1\t'I'r: say Iit-'d search t the house !I nVntly ; 'I immlercd him because he was ..

., Wedno.dsyissdSukdiys,8 1', MJ i found my father had started from hedges oil t-itlur side whii! h ;':uwi'l, ens! t in I lie morning, I knn that's I I about to kill nl('. I did take the :.'1 -;,
home t
L- MAIW DtTJl : Lute Elitor I f at along l by t theeg 'tabe.! girca-n: at ;tht I aiof -!{ no' I'. 1'la, .' Ilwugll.I.rJ but 1 it was mine gold, i; '
& I not his.
S PioprieU Til! lia'-te<> S.'ntin daylight, leaving word that he would tl \ got guards( all round LNten! .1 nIle I
Vednes-lajs *andtatnrdays e.o'clock, I' M. our hou"e. 'i'iiciMMii: t I'.td hl"'l1 f ,.n.l.) ; '
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not return for t three or four dajs. It t.if "I'.iHc > t f 'h!K- Imiis-e' '. i b-ff You with th- resolve that'oultl I .. 1
I alt M ail, arrival of steamers' from New '! was ill I his lami, si la"I..1! to) tiic cc: .rr and.! )rill ti. jtl.' 10\\ I I ) .
Orleans COTTON FACTOR, on that morning Max first openly: told "f\i "; rushed! into my ; I Iavkm gain money and! return to claim t '.
and me ml1 \.tj. f .
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Key it'll l of
a large am ,rIT: ii>( l'l.vb.d h, hfwas t. .
;ia l I'Ci-ii :
I i how his love for me was widely different ::i> ; our! ar\I'r .Jn' my \went fo a baehelor uncle of 1
..- -. .TERMS OFV: COURT. Commission i j from that of a brother ; and implored; me known. to ha\o* ..v.tli l lu'io. lie I ( WM,1t* :i-irh.? ; 411trnnt. native of our viiljir a year I'r t \M rld1.'r( \ IU\- 'l, I I i. r f.J
j t'f't uld bouse and
I to love him, and be, faithful to him. I\.i i \ hantly b:ive ben ,;! j j at his death, found *'" t'i\
:.6nt JrDP&L cr-srwso N.Ilernanjo. myself !Ms
TB hall
- : Mav! juid Jit;, I'-"c..i I "
on the third ion! <1.yii in March, I through whateuT) t troubles might lie befforeu .! ': i h* 0f' his 1'r.f'IU1I, I W'N> }'! --ii'l: for') lla\\kiis.: : 1 heir I: : ; mid 1 posesse-d.I of four*. times as much -" '' : <,.<.i".
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Ilillsboru the fourth Monday in Matvh.Pt -AND- I *. Clasped to his heart with) alllll'ull'ju W41i":;" HUH. lie i.ud xotwto h j'J 1'i I>L, :j. a Mrai.gf story Sara'i' ,' I as your uht'r: could! leave I |I i .;;

s ,Ik-id Monday alter 4th 'Monday in I f; arms clinging ar.juud )his nethI I told him my Kn: la\lfI:1; : uyears i b *t-*v. ;. ..d( hit1' ,>!,. t .ir./ig; ; ni\s-elt") t. speak: iUet| t. | UiJ.ondon, and there I you.mt with returno 4*i'-,* ;-.
Mark :
wnlt.-n >
lafth. GEXERAL III t iit| nvouM ) t t.
PURCHASING -.ay : t-ilt.u. ; 'THvl.ii 'l

:.: )Uanatee third, Monday' after tj-.e faur'fallonday U'AKDIA'G AGKXT, andFOR I' how fcnently I that nothing returned should lib e-Acr lo\e andpromNed (on (the. ..i} ''H 1 \. h;\i-l'i'! !in" wa& iiVi/Urt'd ;. "Ml..1) I ":1':_:j.-.Hawkins,..1 l. mia H.t'.Jr'ii.. :. J1: |tee.! I: !II Harn..n.! .':.?;' ,(. and lIe had now! lit been hall"JIIH.my! e\ ii geniuu >' _- ]1 |l ;_'
1lnch.Mooroecoanty part He h. id to f
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.- ? in first in Xo 07 15.\v S1ttET.tcr us. And I meant to keep my word' in uiti 1 -i.u i t l 1ij4"Ltd\ in "t'W'ork\ :1 1"V; t 1 h, u nia I .vi.t'.i I: ; 'o ei me J JKTJ' '111I. Monday Mar. ; anu h 1..1wci! strong Iv11. ,. .
I : hin.f.i; '< 'bsurThe "j my !
( WjKox.Gibb.J: Co.) I dl'cclllliJ. Irold.-- a uilnuu-;1 _\I itl,..s tr ti! I wis.'i\uu; ;; ,nlu : !.': y I : :
rtsistcdhis\ilcartshedr'i.'g-
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; ; FALL rnx.o I "On the fourth h..j .lat.: :u vi f county-1st Monday 4th Jay of! ddy my f.ith-r returned, < had ->. !j'-;.r.ttHi( ia KftUiiiifv; lark i iII. 1 a".1 l '': me to play, ami! \ F ..
Och Savannah Goo.Consignments I and then followed terrible n'I.lit.. I I..:111"::. 1 in-. i iuuwi: Ih..n : ; ". dt itv.th y.tm Ir\! it ji-r: ", f.r1. t|dl..att in.o'.t i-,,r I.H'rl'I'It, 1 p.xr 5III l or ugh-2J Monday llth day or 0. had discoxered that Jinx had} e-oiitraited tht'ie : T'-wubing | \ ; ..1 n.akelt: t1c't-ly. Pub.. !:6'p.rf \'H-r. tl'f s'tijor; left jllp. I fund, i :
.. i of Cotton Corn. Sjrup, Wool !t't .t 1'il1.()ur>. *iii'eliisfru-U'J: 1 ; Kur- I i :-It: l ni.t him 1 ?' : .l
]i now. ;. 1.
iober. : !i Kn.r.
dig i debts
: ] atvo. lice,. etc.. u|>o.i tthidt at the.amng: table, and as h" ned home. uhli.g; trjr\ \iilji&l'Hi ;ne af- ; -shevi.t HIifp n* with a sum hardly um.! Hi
1'4k.-1t.h JJnn. Jar 231 Ih dar of Octet cr.Mai liberal nihanre will! be oinde wheu iieJ.itr ._ had just attained his m.'jority; he res'gned teni'Mi. Xothhig the. l h K .17\lr.i'r ll. ml I a-5 tiC < lo'tl l ::1.! i I ''-<'III) to rmy'way boiu.. I was III'S- : '(_"
>.te -1.' Monday io November.* onal' altoaliuii on o< : was tpuh ": 1 l 1.d: r.ot t.-ll I hrr t to L.a 'I :i f''r; #. I I -.11
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ti the !. l to him the trvk'il : .
I fen to 1Ia tlfall.I property he had. held! in cd, hU watch "ntf \ l\ him here, anal I ,.
Vel-51h-d! 1 wv
lf ro.- 4th 11 of \ eluUr. Prv iu| -c f- h; 1 : llondar o icee. ; : !
was { in ti-
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ly trust and with words rti1)IK. Inert I demanded
ap| of t
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l ....... THE SUGAR CROP": The laborious I i ion of the Suez canal has seruvi-.lv allec! t. '.l JHisttHanr (Curtis, | (( ttlistmtl119.

i : : \t frlorlfca ficnirrsnlar work rolling and boiling has been commenced W ;; I ed freights via the Cape of Good IIopo. I, T

on quite a number of sugar plantations -. vus A. : I MADRID, :November 25.-The Minister( UNITED STATES

: Largest! ClmflatloB' la CJtj; and..t'oontry. but it has not yet become general. pointed. of th' Colonies to-day read in II./ *.' Cortesa BEST INDUCEMENTS

k 'rho reason, as a whole, has cot been favorable New 1 I draft of the constitution for'Porto :' ie-o. MARSHAL'S r 1 SALE. EYER OFFERED DT TAMP1, :

DECEMBER. ., 1860. to the cane culture: and the expectation Tour !I It forbids the discussion of any pro|'osUit-n

HENRY Editor at one time indulged in c'.f very l! b for a !separation from Spain ; proclainn VIRTUE OF TWO WHITS, fieri facia.
L. MITCHELL BY
: increase in the complete religiems liberty ; gives the rightof i..*uel out of th" United Mutes Circuit ) -
large quantity our product I||I al 1 Fair. -
of' *
Diirict
tia11I JCDICIAL C1aaIT.t of last year will not, \ve regret to say I I I Mr. suffrage to all who. can read and write Court Florida: FiMi one i"Circuit.lIrl fatorof I.At hdO.IIUt", I.H>WM.T"" :o t 0 .

< )lal I of Florida. be realized. One feature i;f t h1t; season H, I' tnl1"or except slaves ; places) certain restrie-tions: A Co., .pluintiif! and H;(mni't' iMfid i Hu ;he* ? 4i

1 Orrf Tc *, That. the FLOKIPA runxtuuK.: a! that'while on plantations iIi .' cane exhibits matter : on slavery ; proclaims! that slaves have! no JCffIl4l&tlt t ant another iii fioor Uoxxin. & AD'Al51'lAilililr. -3 z. t=

Nev'p per publUbedin the City or( Tampa. o a l lair growth t on others in the same j 'rh :' rights and (-'fl only) acquire' t them by t'manI'.l' and :ainiii'V nand Mu;:hea deIhive.eurd == .... 3 m

in taivl Circuit bt and the Mine ia IIt'r.I.\ iiei;:lilfihiMHl) it if not duly small: in size, FNh is hiLt hull. tie question' of slavery fiidanl, I : I'l-ou and will i-ell at : I
designated al ODe of the Official ,., c.1 t serve'd for bill.! !public oiitciV, in tioi.t; of tlie CurtI.ulleJ"lr ; Si Hs; 3
This subsequent( .
pppc Ittu i.niisially short: abu j eculiariH a I U; '!:
.aid ... enimcnt \ in the town of lUitow. 1'"ll.j, l ""II' '= '
Circuit, ud that this order I L. i .-., ilti The ..
holt!* gooil we I learn throughout the LONDON, November 20.- IVabodyfuneral J.I 1
on the Chancery Urjw Uovk and iht th- A Flvrid! Oil> the first M""di.y h January ; ? '! C 1
: Clark notify tlie Editor of lie. I'KMMI-LJB of slate. '1'hi' sugar' made so far is of fine gled fleet sailed I )(,"-"-1II11'r :2d.PA I between the ''f l1lllOur1J ')? *.ue: ihe foll: ", ,, I ;.;. .....-.J.-.. : "' __ :01 _

: .,,. this order. quality' (IlUt the \iekl' is small, and owing I Th6 It IS, November :2tl.; -At the reunion d..i*crib.-d (p?( tity lo-uit : A I"1 ot MinkC at -- .;. ...' O2 0-
; Don at Chamber iu till of T. of the there is of prominent members: of the Tliiers arty J tie iiiaikciljitxl branded u" tollowcl ..; ,, ;;; ;:= 5 S
\ City mr*, lo the> dryness cano a very much l -w: r .......... :
: r t. Crop, (pin in on! ear said uppt-r-jiiuar -4' .
; \3s$9thofZeTewbeT.1G9.! conelemn- .
resolutions ;
.r. limited turnout of mola" ( !4. One planter, school { : to-day, were l'a1 in the other branded! A. Pr a "
: JAMES .T. HAGItr.F: The electoral I i ; '- r > :
a portion of whose of cane looks lug the Ministry.: meetings
,-. f' Judge. crop very A W I 2!L Crop and two *j>lit" in one ear, and upI ... ; "C ==' .:
. I; fair, informs us that he is not obtainingmore Tribune re-commence to-day. I per-cquare: In tha'other ; bi*ud. A. ;- > _:.. :
than one hogshead of the weight of!' MADRID, November :27.-Tlu' government : :;:=
branded i to;
: : : ST&TI'.r Ftotto*. IConutyof our \ 3d. Crop and under-bit in each ear; I
its intention to restore 5- .: 9
the from his announces
; '.j? UilUboroogh J 1,150 pounds to acre very j it J-D.]

., ,1-. 1.JM. I*. Lyons, Clerk of the Circuit Court., best plant cane, and that he anticipates no i prisals constitutional guarantees.PhlilIiLIIIC 4th. Crop and under.bit in {tone ear, swallow -;:s.
I \ lo and for the (:ounll indicate aforesaid, dot ; such yield generally from his fields. Another reason: Hand advice-s, report that a .lurk and under bit iu the vthcr. tY.O dolw _

t -; hereby certify that the furr ;oiugia A correct informs{ us that eight hundred poundsto '\' : formidable reactionary conspiracy had been Uj'i : braiidod. DitA. 1 .

I f< eopy of the ongtDalet uow uu recvrd in the acre is all which his rattooa cai.c Is i Pavr discovered and manarr"ltl ma.I,.. The 5th. Swallo.fork and nnder-bit in one ear. y--

t I i tip -. toy office \ jielditig. In consequence of l'Iul.h un!!u.tfrfActwry er chief of I the conspiracy committed! suicide and uno1lr..lul' and rput in the other, two Recieved !
fitnw.; Lad and l of of lk-( 11 '
circle
: c 1 icy c* denlaft! : branded 1'ct 2. Just :
J L. when found. The frustrate J'
( returns ) .t conspiracy wat -
1'lantirs
: h., Jj acei'oylo&.h.) I fit9.M. many : ann iroiii L:. 6th. Crop and uppei-lit in "lie ear. .w lo l-
) ', I' LYON'S cutting cane, preferring to run 'It"! n.'!; 11fnezhijr Tht : -]. low folk! and ujiper-bit in the other;' branded

: ::1' ; Clerk Ct CtIMIh.; .rniirhCo.| Kla.: I .. _; weather, and with luh.ye! tint I Tis'ii lu I PARIS, November 27.-Lessops, (.h l'f'l' N1; i' .1\; urcle i, double ilce, lap. Sail :Si
LiYfrpol
Barrela Flour.
.JI I ii. will I : ..- in.' I.t enL m''r of the Suez canal lulIi'Idtnit. )A 20.b
', itIJl'ruin quality, : i-.i. j :i 1 i ess ;; 'Ith. Uppe hquire in our tic and twallow- 2\J

I ,; Tbe Bads lately bad Convention at t is i iJ generally better l tietwt-,'r. the! tf!. xUii) !! I.) the ;:: I the i ; unfavorable reports regarding] tiesut'cess fork in the other; l.rmu!".l U7 k.A. h hSth. Iiiih Potatoe Onion*. Corn Meal 1. Corn Grit Sa \

: I J; Richmond, which broke up in a row.I .- and tvrriity-iiflh .of llii- ;.--u.ia: lliui. at Wl'll' al t h (If the great enterprise. Fifty v essels .allow-fork und uude i-bum one ear

I Some of tbe more sensible! members nut either an earlier or later j-erii i of tlu >eaMin. to ajrai'j! \ : sailed safely through the canal and and under-square iu the other! ; branded with Soda Crackers Cheese. Coffee, 1 Three good 1
.
lu the ret urlll.d. a Hi-art it A. ,
tiieaiitiiiu: :Sai.tii -
:
| Jb .Apiitrally
: .: : agreeing with the prescriptive' measures presseilfurward .\ li,>jat.s, .....- iuh. Swallow.fork and. under-bit in one Lard. 501f8taf1b.: Matches Shot, PowdarWo .
\igoniuj'ly.! \:1) estimate
t>..1! to '; : nr, plitaod uuder-btt ia the othei.
) :'j of the majority, bolted. I of the uulrr ;h.MiirunnMiK: ; CUB: .\.v IlKrooxi: ( ; 'nox-Wa ltbigtim c cop .
crop si-\eral : branded J I t A.Ifith. .
'
; !
p '1'L Jol''JI.llt'r20.-TIIl' (. .ians; intend to )beactively Po (CD.l.ill'g
would bt 'j ',
.Vi.p U.'lClil/if
cis prematun- dered Ii Swal'ow' .fork and,' n.ttr.\'it! l in (In.enr *
i IXTERESTIXOTO FtOBIDA OFFICE HOL- I at work on thf I recognition (
l'ricc Curt ent. W.\ qnes under-. j'iare allo1 ut..I..r.I..t in the olher
DERS.-The Island S lion \\ lIen Congress: : nits.. They are briiuded.J 1. '
I o. City-in chronicling a --' '-' H' ; dewlnp ; wrm D
'
\i : visit from the late "distinguished guotp," The speck otWur tvitii Spain.I It\( i is ; getting up a lot of iiieMiiofLils for. I that purpose llth.I Crop, *plit and ur..Vr-l-t: in one ear. "
L and) intend to present\iine nster tune, uppir jimre in thIS oh"r : l.r.mded J 1. ""
-1 :; tjs : We learned from a gentleman! of: WASHINGTON, NovemUr -1; -Tin* I'll- has t Er'OID Salt. W ri ht.. Pil., Laudnum Par
l'olllaillillgn'I1I! tlnmsanfl: ...sj/fuitiires i! ,, 12th. Hill of the .'ri:III.1! Virn Stutkiirkttl ;;
i the party, that Commissioner )eno** called speck- of \\"ar" which. t tin'tinnal : stnsaI!I It t i.s : I tlie first vvii-k of t the se-ssion.:; Kightee-n n crop hole and rplil in each t"ar. Lran.. gone, Catuphor,

- t journals pretend) I to have disroveredia ican or : > .I l led V.13th.,
I 1' \'btihrill lead tea terrible "rattling of t thousand: : t the names: have been alreadyobtained.
,
the* Spanish gunboat dwindles New I PrtutdTin r.u, Tin of all kind. _
imbroglio at elocuinents g..allow.for1t in one ur. crop )holennd Cap .,
have al-ni
the bows in thRevene The\ prepareil -
... dry Department into tbe merest shadows a speck when merely vplit in the ithr ; l.tanilni. F V. .
i : uf Florida, during the winter. I it conu-s to I e known, as it is here in official The : etc-, to lay before the I Inns": ? lUli, Crop 'bite '.'1.1 1 plit h .. >e ear, two ,
Commit te-e on Foreign; Affairs, to show .I 1t4 in the) ..,unt.rsit.4.| |. rfr'lr. V.nd -
::1! F' )impressed with the belief that any ) circles, that no protect has been filedby nor j .. Crockery-ware i
q. t t that the Republic' of Cuba. is a b"ii the Spanish minister, as has 1 Urn alleged I. !'wlIlI..w.r..rk and und I lit
better in ore
-r etr.
: bngewillbefortbe we say :- < with a flag: and seal, and has < up .
and that he him) .-l'1f cs of the I tOll UntIcr.iltt' the other, branded.
expresses l p T ''<)uaie [ s. .
'Xetitconw. i in good faith :attulished slavery.STUX.VIXO .
!: : entirely indifferent about tbe result of the vention ..... I 1l I.s I. '\ Kentucky Jeans, Black wing Si'.k.: aborted
---- I
.
/ :>" allowfi'rk\: upper[ ar.d IhuT.bt; In C'IICttr.
F<' 0, Magazines, Ac.: proposed legal proceedings in New York, ")).UL\G E5 An \JNST (Gr.x.KvviNd' i anl 1 unrfer' ">|iiiiri> and UJ'| <.rl 'l in iLri.tlitr. '
holding as be does that the litigation must tails (.at"riireai Flax, :Mixed Neede\! and a tin -- "
: i l :
; XIX the Southern .-The jury, on Saturday( javi- bitiniKd! T.t; I 1) <
; ; Century, great
necessarily be confined to the United (' :; t en4 'x.I8Jl.r Antlmny Leaven\voib; ., KS In all i 1 .I.\iheid! ninro nr ,lr ,. ,

i. : Magazine, for November, is before us, SUites Government. Ho further argues ( the $1 ,OOO( damages against: (!en. Titin; .. 1 ;I.f\ in ii J k- ,1..1) Ior..a.l.I w ''i Ii.. till wi'h) the, t lot ofG"nh fine Culf tkin

s:.. : and as usual it is replete with.choice. read-1 that a.s the vessels are intended for service The } Ewing on account of his nrrist \vli.Miyorof .!.- ...,,lt'e.: .'Ill.. ..l,o\e .I,.-.. lt....! ( hi tlr: t\ .-tt. ]itt
I I iun ...ptl 1 UIK> i I'l' i*" "*r .v' >ifi'i,'il I I III! I-glti-a.!
the coast of Cuba it miM be decided u tj (
: : S ing matter This is a Southern enter-Ilf Carr, )! : that c-ity, during.. : th- VVTb: h ;' n Al.LXAMn: I: M 1 .triLt.! ) : Shoes. ".

. ; : : it is of the best I it tbout.'er! be judicially determined bers :; : United;; I :Siais: \1'f.rth'I'; v. ho :to.ik:; hitii; to.Misouri ,
prize one magazines 1.1 -. M:hr-.t.
very v '
S . I'that Spain; has indisputable right to the : with a : ; ; I inority : vskc-re h".I< .1.101"P";: d! ,bGen. \. '
and family the South'should take ,. l.r, 1 I. |1.1:: li.e i 'K.
,. every vet>M-N: inaMimclt as Cuba, in e-onteniila-| then in vt( :.tio i i.s-: I
Ewing, 1'IIIiI&t..lI'.1;& 1 > Ladi'e* FINE 1IP ROO T s.
and read It Price XIX tion uf the'liw is much I 'S-t 5"'.<. ..il Deputy.
; $3,50, Century I as a part of) Spain IK Id in I trut.tivis. *, '
I ; 2; I H t.l
:r iu- t. '
Company Publishers, Charleston, S. C. as the territory e>f Spain i sdf.tl; that Con : --,...S..--- --.. : ; :' ; .A lot of Fine POCKET KNIVES'
. S_ to detain I In-u--M.-ls on t tho gronnd t tliat'' mission, Th:' 'l'etiiesse I JI I'tiC of u..;.rl' I'n:. 'I"U 71-

.' Onward, one of tbe best magazines they are to !Ill' used against the Cuban in- She I I i luMid! t tiu- .I.nl'I'| -l: 'Mg! 1 tin.iv: '; .' ,o I :1jI,\ a .1. ..iniiT.iiE.i'or ; :Tine; ('.'ml.", Rubber} and Horn

,. 5 in The United States. srtenc: is us untenalile as to huM them j of the I!, l lowing i.CJTH"l s tu li*.t M illtcj; : or a-:..*. a> j.. I \ .o Bri,!ir., Oijtr': l.rund il.gu PrfMinj| Smoking Combs 5 5.

- S t JJttJtCorporalthe very thing for the on the ground that they are to he IIM-I! made h 'I ors, li\.' a n.uoi' II io n. K .. T"lce.,. I "'..wi. ..;: r.,1 a..,... ,C c.
, on tilt vo.lt of to down inxirrection ,. .. .. \lt "t ill. iii..... J.
.
I : : pain put to ( : -----_.._--- .. --- r HI' ariou* trticles! too nu
children.EHAXCIPATINU'THE. .. .
in the ('lIuntn'. Substantially;; the ; f .1.1., ,mehtiim. cabe bought and the
.5. -.I- these the ,'ic"sof Fi-b. J't'a l1Lt J 2t'rri5rnlrIt5.:' [ If; 1(1 I JL Ai\'f i.nlui.fixnt o' oii" l).illar given in ,
) are Secretary ; 'W > .c.1..t .: .
WHITES.-It is .. I 1Cbnckv' t ) !lM.v- early .. .
: :s We ar.
offering
.
but nevertheless! as stated in these! tlis.I I'thcnu' --- -- -- ..t iI..;".. ...t"II JlIlIt call for what S

naicl, says the Savannah RepulAican. that)I pah'btlast night, th C1 administration desires a : Masonic Notice.Tliere AXDGOODS V .. J! aI' II ,.1.1.'.111 I uf jouGRANT S

S ', : a Radical.. Senator has prepared a bill': delay, and to that end.vvill J give all A t>t : & CRAIT.
\ will ln! k reii'ir, Mieii!it ut l Tn"j':'
': -- -. which he intends to introduce on the first opportunity fur litigation in United States diciary nlAiLli I Cliiitvr| N.. I Ii. F A t \ Mat I. ":'" \t :' ,"V I7t'i. 1SJJ.

: day of the session 'rcmoving the disabilities courts. iUlJ> :' tlipir 1 I..I 1 < tu",,!,. on .sii.nJ.v! .'" ".ln: ,....;...&\.t. ..... ""toiI" '_':..00 \...t..
.... 1 the I llth.I I for elfc': loJh of ulli ..'!'''. M I '.n'',e' (
: of every person disqualified by tbe TRUTH IN A NUT SHELL.. -Here is an ()b"i: aicrtijiu'rlc.l' ) to (.<'ti } I'r..I..1: to j 1"t i" yo wr.pIi,

S S Fourteenth Amendment. Let it be done, I apropos paragraph : : : lilfi. \ -.tlll.! Mciubou 51 c leipti.llu.lv iVltel
( to IIlt UJ. ,
S and l let both houses of Congress, without,!I Some people-you know thl'm-every Wa : D.) ISAAC cuvrr.

- :.. it the j i community) has them! -they live :-"l'l.tI.Ir). '
,.. argument, give constitutional majority :j i and ol'\'r-don't believe(:} in everywhere adver- entered} : JUST TIECEIYIn: : nY'E.1 PAIL\ L lXDrINTER\ \
of two thirds. The restrictions of! I
ing
a
; :

'S S : ':;1i.. ;S : the XIV Amendment upon the liberties l:; the tising.papers.be-cause*' But, they let r say one, "lIohllll cf them' reads a, ci.I I, \' ; Notice A. CLARKE & CO., '

S .. 4 of the citizen-upon the most essential,. df'utatly't into a serape, anti you v'M:! mostly i
These 1 ,1,, iroiK of o'on! ill
) rrll.14c u i.ijc; \TTLK :: _:
1 : S element of his rreedom 'the right to take find him.tl'ill,. around to the nl'I'' : I L .' 'y.J: Good"D ,
:states t.s. "r i:i (ur' el.lr.i'! intj- ti.t n fly !:0 ,
i \office, ('an1l'oII: I)' and e-Ji'ijuentlv njin ....' :. Aulln. .I.\t.I ,, i.-
part n his own government, is opposed to, ;; I\ -.ti\- "U' ri7e "r 'IIIU'l\/I u l otltciw .
:
J. the editor, "l'l'aot'l1u not moi.t'iMi I 11&\1'1 lt-:( ; *.! the Law u 1)4) le r'g illy ebf..re.-I.I..KUIN Fine A*">rtn ent of (Cn'i1'***. T)#I.inei ; :
all free government, and the civilization I tic affair of min" ; i"11 a mStale.;, : Ididn't r.s I t :; '1'. !1.1.-1.r.r. :\ ('linI! -\4" <. '\I'II: <:I'R. l W.t.;! : .in1 1 nil t t ln: > ,
:i :: of the and at i>res I I (\-tt on (>.nntIrtp.., Jitni.., afi">r-, }'l.lhr.eli.1.1Hr.
? ,
will be w. B. :
do llE\it.1:5-uX
age, a disgraceful: mockery i;-:i.'v -r :1!: irhf I i-f It : a]1 nln : AT
S- :He'y I" I I Tampa. Hi-nU. 1'j I lst.y.no lr ..wii :ettVhtt. Kentn. U\. .1".11\*. I ll'tltrxtie I'
of the Republic so long as it shall I II [ know me, will tell! v. *.> i.ut'11"II'J ;i''ii ti-! what : .. "'.1Ii-4.; '.rl'k"l '" (;tuih" t. :-lrir..1.II'" '.; I
.
-' stand il.Mi:, i:. for it -.tWI.l! r.iir. me t t.i h:ivcmy : -- -- *. I.".litIlopf! Half' ll<.>ft>. lIan.l..trdll"f": JOHN 5
: : on thf records of Congress.f had oi } i STE 5 T E. JACKSON'S.a (
; 'l 'l R
I ......_ \Jua.moimblish'jil all over th"* c-ouutry. 'I cashier o j-'Z 0 I Hiblx#, Huttoin fit nil .I./'ri.t] [ ,..u* Ac. .
S .
[: A lit.I"t < .fBUOTSand
-' '---
: We have received a circular from Alex. ) oprvrn) : MY fiOniK; .
(
II'f'Jlallt'ou", I [1.-\\"I\H i RB.
1\11 v prl'j'\I'e1to lv llio tdli7l'n .
S > '
ItA 'ipj i in
s. lcIW- < > I : iL.'y (rim-il.] an.t ,
roduce
Broker, Liverpool, JUDGE"" WJLHK., Ex' ('nltl\r Hen.Wade i 'II ( ui.li Fn.h OvtM. nt nil i lititir-i, 1111.1 1 ill Ura(1r.YJtde: Clothing', If 10) cst ll.i'1 I ,' 1 ex.u mm.. I.rf.n.. >urh r r.ub
iair .le l
T r dated 11th No., 1869., giving an ace-omit has! hid an ititmie-w with the President t the I I anj ']iinliv I .', (:ith.-. 1\\. .Htevvel liiij 01 \I.r. Myc, ...Is 5 I Ia, tug 1.|(.,. lou. h' fur e- .
.
pick tfil. Hi\ I< -'HI \I.I.I..I' !1
; of the and it i is believed} that the will ( C.\I. Ihenr ..IJ: low..
and sales of result .
1 ; : t "Jeipt Palmetto < t nia W Maltvi'l' iil-iii \b<* flcrvt-1 .it .my !hour in tlie I I S (. tin. & an\' tn t c
1 L il' mnke I. ily) stuck of
: : be tender to the former of of the
f received from the_United' States, a one new p of hoB S circuit JuJg,' h'j'1'. I' t ( ; null At my siloo.i near tile 1'ur- -S
j rom which we quote : I a (' t ; r\,. DRY
The old-fashioned arm! used by the of Ilri JOII.OI.SOV, GOODS
S "Lately arrived from New York were soldiers of Prussia! in 166G, have all beenremodelled At I lr.rietnr. lit RDWtRE. :
,,
-- : 1 :
4075 bundles Palm leaves, weighing 40 ) an.! the government has now 4tirilkil JUc. 8th 'C'). SI.t If.
; tons 3350 bundles of which mlcl / N the I)rpe.t ever brought to '
at .L 45 1,610,000 needle at. disposal.: --- Tampa, eooiltt-' S
guns : The ii I In Pig lit paito
to..C4.510'pertonof22lomiortaking! ; :; Chancery, S
;, S.,, ,, gold.at 128, $256 dollars per ton. Since I'!I A sailor at the Itav>klvn! Navy Yard 1 .-! : I IN i TIIK OlRieiT CoCKT :blXfll JtDIOUt.! ClK- .((0 ft' (rJ a 1k G If l' W S'L Ir <3 M lailirs I.KM-RIXTO..' LAWNS OISOI1 DI

: then 3520 bundles are np hut not yet :. explained to a curious lamKm: th- otbr), ilay. :: I j CUT <'F (t'LORIIM. IS AND FOR J1ILL'IB'Rtl'I.1I) I Shawls, UilinoruN.1".1". 'hirt i>x ,r.-ius, l1l.k. Miiriior

S if" landed. The-se leaves are, it is sail, the( day how jiri/e' iimney i is diviiVil.) .q! 1 I S I l'' "1>r ; t t t::"1 :lit\. Hoop, Gloye. Mocking. Gale". 'I iii*
sifted ibroi.nh a ladder'IK-said.) ; *''iVi! ,I ...ui':. j ] } | WOODY/ARE. lItcin UIOJa Nubia. Gollara ,
;T ; product of the Palmetto tree, which flour-i I. | : WILLIL".llh. ) l'anta B"lkCb. .5 S
; : Uhes very largely in Florida Louisiana, falls! through) J'W to the officer": win.f :a!1.1.; : ; ( ; \..', D.ll for D'orcp. Gooo1.. m ILOI. and un,}thiJ ir thia Mou'liD". liDe.r,

S f# Texas and other Southern clinic, where'' sticks! tilt .sailor* get." 4 ': .Ia : I : ; ;. i i : i I'kMiuir.. (I.OITOV... |> Ladies Iri-M Good. S

:: : |It is stated that they are to lie had for the I I Thi' lmiiistration! t i if s-nn/y :rg...',' tl-- i."l : t C j i \ bill lia\int; >..>fn flu. .1 in m\ nftce in tltoV (Blnss & Siiuvr, of ..erv deKcriptino.

gathering If Much is the e-am?, and no ''from many '!'lartc.l!'. to r,.c'rn"7;; : ,' JR-t lull \}l\ / ulxn,,> ,,eiititli') t.iu...>. an.I'.it l l.rinL' iiin.il. Gentleman's Ready-Made

:z other packing required} than that (,f tying r'pendene-e Cull t. It t o'Jght.! ; pm'iJ.'v.'. : 1 (; to "!.I."r.| I.\. ulli l tic t, I h',1* tile ..lefenlantr Clothing, ;
J .
;. them up in bundles, there! is surely mar-1' to do so, but' fir t let it ree-oprizi-; :: I : in '"- ,: t- ; ; : ( t' I e'lK-uil" til Kliin.l. wit Fine Foot SUoct 5.
,
;; f gin:in the, alwve results fur a very large j i I penilr-nce of t ihe S uuit ii. This; i L jn-I !II a itI t- l.I "tj I is, ; t I ti vlIlI".h.i !i in the :>t.t it?f,."<,f 'ilcor;: InlUeCitv I.a. lt"i i or-'a lifrtr-: A Fr -.h *u-'j.ly of YANKEE & .5

3: : and profitable business, like that of Sumac'gathering '!'terthat moat deeply nlTrl.S our country t. ,I.l.\ s' ; !I liy ..r.l..r.1 tint I lie Drl' :n 1 1.\11 .1 > '[' 'ear Air-1;:1 NOTIONS, :

: : m Man'land, Virginia and Ten S no,". l\-tni;..,.. |i ii.:':s J I l !. |pie l jil. unwir onlfiniir to the "-'.'iiij'liiifnin\ FAMILY GROCERIES. L.DIGST' CIULDUEN'd! !AT
nessee. The arrival of 7595 bundles Muilf: ; Miil bill. na "r Itufoia' the fir*t Mon.U4tli
1
.5 ,- speaks for itself. RKVCOC'-TEI: n'IOTI (..-On 1a!!...tSaturlay j { ilikV in .\1'1 ii next, ur the, uine will l 1'0 tukvni All kinds of
.. bilt- : : : i ni ">):t'vI.! .1.i 1. Duller, Furniture
It II I th. .
S Steamers and sailing vessels n'gh. Arj v'rlt--: :
;! ; i J'rmtJrJ Thit
,11:1 I
tegnlarlyI ;': : I I I puMic'ill'l o t'i' onli-r
!
i-' S } leave New Orlean- Galveston and Andre: V. HICKS 1 Ii.t.l H difiicu.tv: ill u I IGraves' bo niiiilo tiiiiieotiii
:! Ill *!j,1! .
It l."lt.hi) : I !; !. ncwpapo1' /ptbl.-ili- (fhrt\r. g
rt'l'uh.i{
; ports for Liverpool and we can turn theseleaves J JE i II billiard rooms. I in: uf jld ] J In till* Circuit oi ce, a we'., fuur luunihi cou- n g.
I Arp shotting: hicks in the left ann.. t 'ecuti""I}'. y-
: to a much better account: than allowing producing (; Starch. c u1l l V'L S
1. M. I 1' LINC1sk J
r severe' nYnh wound. Hicks
\e-ry ,
'. ; them to rot for the want.of collection. -I up, .vl LLO\V-\4t1t
Circuit Court li
after he was shot snapped his pistol three GLASSWARE
Southerners' would do well to ,
4k .. keep : teti at : llilljlioroujjh (;'c. Fit- Ficklei! '
S their eyes more open to the varied gifts times, and then knocked his adversary the : Doc sib., 1869. 4mOHAME TIN-WARE .5-
-S with which nature has so lavishmgly) bestowed down. Others t then) interfered and stopped : I CUTLERY, STOVES

; S upon them, fur there are, it ia tbe difficulty.-Hvme Courier. 1 tics } i Soap, i iI iI Bridles, McLellan Saddles! ,
\ I
; GROVE HOTEL )Kit.-,
!
.S well known, many other products which A late Washington special says hut one / F, frtkru.: 'All: ku.di .uf>hot GUI: and J'i.tot.!
can be well developed, and which are sore thing has been determined in reference to be t> I sulODry; ant School B..

to remunerate. The Mexican Istle or the net appointments for Judges, and 1 j j i :1 TAMPA FLA itnmr: Pi!. Tea, Ccf!>f, Snrar, Can.lies SI.I Ilil Initial writing rrer luk .to. .
'
fibre, but of late, was held in light esteem that is that Attorney General Hoar will 1 in : .J i! I h..1 und I'erfuitiery

whereas it now sells! at an average I be appointed! to fin'the present vaoanc-y j i have I ; laril r"?rrr. oja, MastarJ. Sj'Ut\ (TanJy 1' Smoking & Chewing Tobacoo .

: price of .l5G or S256 per ton, as lOOn ; on the: :1PT'm> Uench. It is expected "\V ; ,, .

S. as it arrives. The American Pea Nut is ,: that Justice (;Jrier will resign early in December United : 1 frnis K>TABLIHMF\T:: : WILL BE orc.v .\'i k.I'd' of S.l1Okilb! .r..II:"newluji : I Cigars &c. : .

: nationally! unknown to us, and it u very and that l"llb'ataudt: will In liberty. I e.i .5 j rl\E LJtCU.\CM PIPES. .. .

i. questionable if we have ever seen a ingle filled at the same! time.. | lile : n'I'borl', 1.iti.. )jI i *Z O 3 A qqJ: t

.: S. tierce of Louisiana Rice." he of Fr tu fl' "'l't II II If Re.i'iI.r "...1 T.. ,'.,i h ltCD Tine OLD RYE WHISKEY 5 ; :
: A subnurlnealde: his I''ntlh'n( ( t I liMiir.itfK; : iJ ... 1 \...> >.a.n 1 1 i I... ., ,C... ; ALE,
: This is all very-true, and it' may IH ,.laid hetwefij :Swedrn antlFililallll1I, mat I l I"\n'r, i t..1 in" l>!t.i.u-it: part u.: tl.... ", ; S .N & FLC'jn I I I Iil ( l1I.\I.\G E C1DEK. lTU:1 ... \

S ,. that'there are untold fortunes to be made : te'lc'grajihlc; communication with the entire We : IT, &t.. :* .. :>.. : 31EtiCINI> ''S
: she I : ', .. ." \ t ..... "\,;" '"i ; -j.- '. t.III.
: i n i MY" .r ""< h fcNUFF
: flyrt of the Palmetto leaves of Florida !- Uussjan. 'ino.re; i is securcHl. The u rany f. ; Tr.lTlpOet.! l.ah. Pu::I r ..*. $5. .-... .. :. T S .L-:. V.-V-.N \4
: e-ommercal reht.ons: br-twe-c-n th-' two AMMUMTIOV.A: ,
..
.
Who will .
U d .
S. try time --- -- -'\' :4 v. ii ti- S a : a' tlieI In f'et "J.ill) ;
"
'
.___ countries it is increasing e.r ; p n U t Jouo.J tbt lau.4. .
are rapidly
icju-rte.' : .
-- to I Ie j ea I u I hi.. tl.U.A .
For S lle.
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nails, made: ] Swedish iron was transported S
lie lit ,
ho smelled
: : night, certain gas. a i action. AI..1 t 'I \\1..1''t \lI.l (S II> l< ."< lu'" '\. tt4y 1'4:1 "
the from Gottenbe'rg to Iliga. \ 1 inproT: "ni,-rt OT tin- |1.1 I I' t'10..I\I
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match, and his shirt was out \' MY )'r ('jnLel I it .:.u 'cctluU.TCUtlS S
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S: loon as they extinguished him! that he is dead. t,jlican 1 l 1,1 ot I mare. OH HAKTEK IX COUXTRY PRO- 1 1 I
been mistaken in tbat1J .,.. will rt: s. P. IIADDEN: I
t 'uld not have -- I I DUCK at CASH VlilCES. ;o tl 1t, G.h price for

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J'e: I 11 b 11<: ie" tusulnr:' The Superinlendent. of.Public*Instruction "*. !I I ((arbs. AT WHOLESALEI I JUiSCtUucans. .; r C- .

,of this State has appointed; the fQl.lowing 1

y gentlemen as a Board of Public DRY GOODS \\
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 8th. NEW GOODS : '_
AND
-- Instruction for this county : Messrs. John *
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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE, T. Givens, E. Johnson, E. B. Sparkman, .I -, go .

E. E. Barry and T. K. Spencer. -All do- iT he ffnbtrrlber hn art returned : : FOR .4
We had snap-beans for dinner lust Sat- but Spencer-he has no little ones to ed- from the Northern MtrxtU with' a, :B., :E: Mz"Proclamation.&. JE.: !
urday. Large aDd well aeleded I '
ucate. FALL :AND/\ WINTER .

Thanks to Covacevich for some go--d .. ;'Y

-if. Ha\anas.: .' I I Dr. Branch and Mr. Friebele are plant. STOCK OF GOODS : '
AT THE STORE OF :
,. The mallet season is about over-hard Ing out orange trees all along their sidewalks .. ..

times close at hand. i I i'I which will make a great improve. \ Which b. offers to the citizens of Tarn pa aDd L. G. Covacevich .rtixA
ment on the China t trees. Its to be hop-
Joe has arrived from New Or- BY ..-
I Vigil :
'jed: that the China will soon disappear andIgiveplace'to surrounding county at a LOW PRICE. .-;> :; .?r
lean with i:new stock of groceries. j JUST ': :"
the orange all, over town. OPENED, :; .
I t of DRES J GOODS, of every -, '"
. Call on Friebele and examine his readymade :- The orange Is both ornamental and profi, Sew styles de.criptiuD.Boy's' LEWINSON & BETTMAN, A fine aworttrtnt of Shawls Blanket. Flan % 1.' ,"

clothing.| : i hblc.anJ'tllc..') grow. just as well as the nets Calico.Mitetiujr. blurting,Jtant, Balmorali / '". ;
,
I Ticking.. ..
,
& Gent's Wearing Mate- Stocking Oinabnrg Table <
! We still have.water-roelons in market. China tree.Trade TO THE CITIZENS OF Cloths, D..oilr..IJ Lainll.. Pacts Cloth Alpaeea .-,' \
rial, Plaid:Stripe<: *, 1 Hickory.; Linen, handkerchief '" '
What think our friends at the North' of has been quite brisk this week : ... Collar*. Merinos, .1.,costa. Winter 1'/, _' :'

this t A tine assortment of Manatee Hernando Polk. Sumter GahcoCarnbrlc", Jrillmg\ Gaceimerea / .;...
Tampa Is looking -tip, and pushing ahead. Hillsborough i Veils,Ribbon Glores. Lawn, and a fine lot, of -,.." ,..- -- .;
.III e rose and other street. flowers about This is the way the thing should be done. Ladles Dray s Goods Ac." '- -'-- '<

t n almost convince us that it is not Hope and work for a railroad, but be determined 1 iQjlilToD51c! > l J ( R7Mmg]! and adjoining Counties : /.

srinter. to build Tampa up whether the YANKEE NOTIONS, / .i"

best-. road comes or not. We have a good coun- BOOTS & SHOES E IIAVCOPESED' IN TILE BROW BUILDING TAMPA I ;
the
'Grant Craft smoking :
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: keep CLOTHING .
If And now offer FOU ::iAL!:. one ot the LAKGHSF STOCKS OF GENERAL Ready-made ,
,,-tobacco Is the chy. Call for the "Grand try to back us. Develop the resources of I \ o .=e
1ogut. that country, push it ahead, and Tampa In great variety. LADIES AND GENTS HATS. -v' I .' ,- :.
Assorted Merchandise "
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must
prosper. New llc>r of Ludic'i and oeaat' J'
i : Several} boat-loads, of oranges were
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A ASSORTMENT OF' :
\ ., brought to'town this week-selling at one FlEE.-:.On Friday night last, the residence lluu. ... '" :;

',,'', :> and a half"'centtNa- piece. and outbuildings of Mrs. Kelly, Ever Before "Brought To SuFotida,, Boots & Shoes "", :' ,t

who resides just across the river' from I .s,. .
: t Thank that,t af young lady for the I attenntion baa been to Ladies -
given c
Special "
I fire. 'I'I Selected with' ; the ErenNnr* t Mr. I. B I.II'I K* .II.\ L. in the markets '
y
by
Tampa were entirely destroyed .
!, radishes she sent is. If we were a young I Dretut (jooJ: 'I a '- J3Uis -,'
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and \LtlMoUE.: at '
1 The fire was doubtless accidental ; originating BOSTON( :NK'V Y+tiK.( l'I1IL.tlEl.I'IIIA.) SPLENDID STOCK OF ,, :
for her.Cot'W. .
.would
a. into we go
PRINTS, 0IYO"'M, ALPACCAS, _111I
."".' in the kitchen and then reaching .'
has shown MERINO PLAIDS STRIPES FRISUAH. LOWEST MARKET CASH FIGURES I :
.G. Ferris us some I '
dwelling, the whole was soon in flames. Crockery-ware i __
: GIMP. MBliOys. LACES. &RAID.Yankee ,/
: 'Tery fine'grcen corn raised In his garden. The family-had barely I time to save their The STOCK is complete in all departments. Of'. I. ,....;

Go to his store and you can. see it for yourself wearing clothes, losing nearly every thing I i\- '
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else. Notions ,) ;
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){ent1l. 'Le lnson &:, Beitman have ,. t '
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. UMBRELLAS ,.,. .(
nearly completed their arrangements for TAMPA, Dec. 6th, 1869. ,, &c..tic.,.. I .. ,
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I .sawing,,and are prepared 'to buy :all the Mr EDITOR.Will you please ask a HA RDWAR E, Such M DOMESTICS. PRINTS, LA WS::;. DELAINES, WOOLENS. FLANNELS BLANKET, .. :: -.' "'. \ .'L',
cedar brought to town. certain County Commissioner of Hills- SHAWLS. DRESS\ GOODS, LACLS. WHITE GOODS CLOAKS CLOTHS HOSIERKOIIO \ ,. .' r '.t.SqHs .-
NS:: SKIRTS Jet. .
borough county, who was once convictedof G1:' a !: 11.i7C.r% > .
Messrs. Lewinson &: Bettman have I always baton bind the but qualityGROCERIES l : I. \ :
, larceny in Columbia county and suffered J Our Assortment ol
made,tame_ heavy sales this week. Their I '
punishment therefor, and who has I !
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tore ia!. crowdedrwlth'customeri from daylight ,
_ had his disabilities BOO-TS SlllOlES !
not removed, to vacate GLASS, WOOD fc TIN-WARE, ,
until 10 o'clock at night. e'Awn
his office before the next session of our I >

I '-.. .I, Talking about interviewing your great Circuit Court. He inightbo liable< to indictment I II raritl aoJ: .-,<(,MIS tc.-. are.'v'' : :,"';. 3)i' .t: \-'IP': I ; r;::1 >.>.vSH. MCN BOOTS! -, I .. '.'.,'
1JAI.M)11.\I.( !... .*. 1.t'lr I :.: 31la t ia'u'it \'UII.Ims': : :: :)1IO1S: and GAHLR::;. in any.
: am--we intend to interview Messrs.Chlpiko ;. for false swearing. Q> Q) Q) '", .,
t> quantity auJ ot nil
1 .. and Tohusta, at Cork, some time II 1776. PRO V I S ION S. ..

in February: next.II' NEW GOODS SNUFF and CIGARS U IDlrnl( JF 1l!! >no m neIh11 n '.- () (@) B O' '.7.
CHEAP Goons. Messrs.
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MARRIED. Near Brooksvllle, on Sunday -, FLOUR of all Grades + ,

I |1 28th ult.! at the residence of the E. A. Clarke & Co., received per Lsiraca, NcLcIlan Saddles, Bridles Ac.. A COMPLETE LIXE OF STATIONERY. LarJ. Salt, Corn, Bacon Pork Shoulders, .<
;- direct from New '!York, a fine lot of new Mackerel Maecaroni: Vermieilli, Fancy Can ; '.
t bride's mother; ::31e-JOSEPH D.ALL to ] ,Codfish, French Bread I'ickir. SuytTCrackers
Jr ;
I Miss PRECIOUS EDERI.VGTON. goods, consisting of calicoes, ginghams, A large supply of Fresh GARDEN SE ED3 Ready-made Clothing i Sods ,Crackers. .Pilot Bred, Coffee: s .: ;..

strifes;[homespun, Arc.vliiih, they areofftririg Green.and Black ,Tea. ',, '0
"were; slmvrn a svrn-t potato the other -
, at. extremely t low rates.:! They Butter Sugar. Candles Matches. Ci ara. So -
day, t yMtK: >rs; Grant !c,Craft, which are belling good calico at 14 cts per yard, SCHOOL DOOK8 & STATIONERY RATS tor lEN'S-, Wtf'S' and YOUTH'S' Wear dd Kerosene Oil Syrup Lye,Cantif.1 Fruit r, .
I Mustard. Snuff. ) ll. .
measured nearly! a hJf buxhel.,:< Beat :soaps: Nutmegs! Sage. Milk
and every thing else in proportion. Beatthis Vinrear, Pepper Spiee, Dried Apples and r -
that will Live Oak man. Choice Family Groceries, Peaches, Pecan, Cheese ;
I you you you I any of you cheap merchant
. t* fiEEJOUS, AlC1LFT.We ngret to can. Country people will do well to examine FLOUR, iJ1iJIm'j' % : CHEWIN POWDER. A. SMOKING TOBACCO "-'..,":",

I& ]le Mhat''.ur estimable citizen Mr. C. L. I the new goods at the "Blue Store," LEAD. ,
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Frielwle, wax thrown! from his hor jhe 13 mile: run on yesterday and had his Wooden Willov-W ,
1 broken.DIED. might lose bargains by not doing so. LARD | aI1Ie_ CAPS.An
arm .. uiortraent of Measure*. Buckets. Uroo msAxeHeUes. 'J
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}. M. Whitehead, of Atlanta; Georgia, NAILS OF AL L SIZES. .
and Plantation S
Brandon tw'l'mi1' east of Family u pplieseJBACOS .
n. Tampa
f .
and E. M. Blake, son of Rev. E, L. T. CAN FRUIT Coffee Pot, Tin Pans Pint and Quart Cnpe .
at 2 o vl..ek on the morning of 5th inst., Blake, of Tallahassee, two of the Lillian Pocket Knives.Table Knives Gimlets, Locks. _
GCSnArrcR.. Hinges l'otwaretvus) Pin. Needle, Axes 1
MICHAEL expedition, arrival in this place on Sun. : HAY FLOUR, LAUD, BUTTER, COFFKi:. SUGAR, CHEESE, and everything Screws and Tacks, r<'one. Irons, But Ac. ;t, -i ",
i / Madison Argus please copy; day night last, and give the following account belonging to a FIlt::;'!' CLASS: ;:; GROCERY JlUU E. A large and splendid assortment of i! .

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., Brandy
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Moan, NEW ASD CHEAP GOODS.- of the expedition and their own experience A Large, Stuck' of VIRGINIA and NOK11I CAROLINA Whiskey i.'iDu. -' t, I., ,';

Capt. L G. Covacevich received per : The nigheet Market Price paid for ) Lemon Syrup. 1 I ;..,;

"The Lillian .left Cedar Keys on 7th m Vi Q) 1D QqqQ) ) IJ Raspberry flyrup. t tOld

assortment' October, with about 400 men under the In half boxes Dominion Mint Julep -
,quarter boxes Cnd.lie and by the pound.Wehaveairencv '
found in
be
Seed Cotton And in fact everything can my _
he is command of Gen. Giogirea, all of whom Hides &c. : and -
gelling very"cheap. ;, Store that is needed by my town country .
4 were Cubans but about 65 men. The i for BINiNfFRcelehrateJLiQUOR'I ( !S. N. PIKES CO'S MAGSO patrons.. I thank my customers for their palo ; I,I': .,
I Mr. J. F. Fletcher has a pig 15 months HA WHISKEY'S.: JOHN (;J1U-ON SONt:i & CO., MONO.NGOIICLA WHISKEY'S. patronage and hope to have a continuance
I Lillian also bad on (hoard 24 brass fieldpieces I the eameGivemeaoall., I ,- .' 'J
: old, which would" doubtless have taken ,, Cotto' taken .
on Consignment to be .
,
ami 6,000fll: cst r repeating shipped! Our Motto Is C.lltll! TERMS CASH OR COUNTY PRO : .f
,; the. premium at the Macon'Fair, but Mr. ; to toy Factor in Charleston, Satannah: New "Quick Sales and SMALL: PROFITS, -.
Tifles.: Sailed for southern! coast of Cuba Y o.k and Liverpool. And bellmg our goods Cheap: weguai'jutee tatUtactioa: ai.d hope to obtain a share of your DUCE. ;t < f t;
Fletcher thought, and rightly too, that pet.onege, Tampa, July 28th ,* I "
Gov. Rt'edould l be> there passed a Spanish: war-vessel, outed Call and See us, and We will be Pleasrdto show ) our extensive ASSORTED\ STOCK.LEWINSON =',
lights and escaped. In due time tT Cotton Seed lurnisbed Gratis to Plan yon \PINTPnt
they rVTIn? I
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Our fellow-townsman Dr. J.l'.Gould, reached
the place of their destination,the .',.
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has been appointed Examining Surgeon 1 promised land, that is near it, when the C. L. FRIEBELET & BETTMAN. ; I i iJ'

: by the Pension office, and parties who old Cuban General bIDOR BLUMCSTHAL Cotton i
i began to vacilate, C.LLW1.NSOS.:: El). BLTTUAK :. I
aropa September 28th.
'want a finger in the Pension husir.ess can change his mind, and show signs of fear, 1, ; !

( be accommodated by calling upon the and the coal getting short the steamer,
Just Received Seed Cotton .1 t E
Doctor steered for Nassau", landed the men.. 365 i ,

t Not long since two of Long Tiger' alljtold, on Nurse Cay, one of the Baha. TAMPA I ,
I Islands with Prr Steamer Florida, "
ma 5 days rations,and wentInt.o
.warriors while under the influence of fire-
lot of New .
Large Good consisting of Hides '
A
Nassau for coal but
she was there _
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water, had a difficulty near Ft. '. ..-
Myers'-I seized by the British authorities and the \ .
LADIES'HATS SHAKERS
Knives were used, and one of the tc.

gentlemen was killed. We have not been I men were left ')a Nurse! Cay in a starving -oALSO-; CEDARM1LL. & c ", II I-I
Beeswax
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condition.
On
: : the 13th day the English ,
able to learn'-the name of either of the I

gentlemen. I war-vessel Lapwing came with an old ;:70 BARRELS FLOUR, : \. r
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schooner in tow and carried the men into CLEAR BACON SIDES t". r" +.
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XajCu.hen we arrived at Nassau, BUTTER, any ,-t. I

-to, has been confined in jail at Bartow' for I the English soldiers divided their rations Addererj.thing rise in theGrocery A New : ,'. ': r I, ,
ome months past, upon a charge of Polygamy Line JHttteBdpa : -
with us and we lived their : .
upon hospitality Exchanged for CASH t i
broke jail,the' ,other night, and I'I -fur three days, at the end of which which Produce I,will sell l cheap (for Cash or Country i

_ left/ fur parts unknown. May joy go with: time the Cuban agent paid or allowed us i L. G. CO\' ..CE"lCIf.SOY. Smnpa) l in gimt '[via C and t {touunnnirntinnI I'n I -- ,

pim, but we are very sorry that he neglected I j 125 cents. each: per day upon which we 1ked 24lh. 1869.: \ 19 tf. At the highest MARKET TRICE, by > f_;
to pay us our fee.. i iTht !
1 comfortably to the time- left the --
I up we :;
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r ,Florida, on,her last.trip, carried Inland, that is with the assistance of a little Notice !I I nltlt l (Gtrmanw.") !) GEO. BLUM, 1 --
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head of beef-steers to Havana pocket change we raised by selling oil) I I I I "
20 as anexperiment. 'i'I 'I II CONSIGNEES .OF FUEIGIIFS( by the a.,""-..i., ,,. .... ....-, ../ 1
.- We hope that I the owners of cloths issued to us b)' the CuLane' McCarty's Store, Washington Street, ;

the Attinnccjlvo will,be benefited by the two left Nassau on 3d November for Key WE ARE Now Manufacturing\) CEDAR at our Mill for Export and are prepared '

experiment, and that they may find it : West, our passage l being paid by friendsin Alliance Slentnihlp Line Through If to buy facilities Cellar afforded h,a f.v Mjiian-d I us l I.y ur round, i in any quantity and of all qualities- TAMPA. FLA. : ; '" I

; profitable to ship,cattle from this port toHavana Nassau. Arrived at Key West; on 5th ; Will lease take notice that. their freights. and August 4tb. 1869. tf I ....

t: regularly. I i and left on 10th on a scow bound to Galveston ,charges are payable Mr. L B L U MEN T HAL I .'' ,'
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'_ ... I II Texas, via 1'uuta Kossa' Florida t Before the ::5 '
delivery of the Good. CASH FOR HIDES : -
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I i! Mr. John Jackson Jias on hand xa Tf'ry. for a i iad of .pH.'s ; arrived at Punta All freight put in Warehouse by the under And oar connections In "."wItIe.Sis.IL'CIf5 v-irx; : 1. :

lot of cloaks for ladies' which he .i npJ wil,, be
superior charged; 5 adraace
KOSSA percent on -
: the and he nn 16th,and left for Tampa 21st, I iu ailditiun. to oilier charges: uecveltanly : : & FORCIIIIEIIlIEn I Will pay 13 eta rr Ib, Cath.for good Dried ,/ I ,
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is selling. as cheap as cheapest, fueling' it all the way, 200 miles, and arrived incur led. FlintCOW \ I __

le; has Just as good and just f as cheap bo ts here as above stated," as well satisfied !! Necessity compels me to take this course. 472 'B oadwuy ..' : '

and shoes as can be found any where. we think to let the Cubans work out 11'. G. r nit it is! HIDES, .-i\
we are ready ti receive, CEDAR in oar Boo m, at the! 4 .:.
Don't take,our word for it, but call and i Agent Alliance Line !
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their own destiny a.s any two young gentlemen I 25 I ct4: for Good ;, -
N 9lh
1667.
t see for yourselves. well could be. The only pay u tf BIILL or in RAFTS, for which we..oil PAY THE HIGHEST MARKET I, / 1 :\,.\ .. ,

i Mr. Thomas D.:,Moore has shown us a they received( was the 25 ecu s a day COTTON BAGGING PRICE IN CASH, ;i DEEItSKIXS.i ; $!.-:'I i '-.\\ "'

J\:>*rnple of his present sugar crop, whiih while in Nassau: nl't wit ht:lullillg', they I I II A D.I SOctt pr Ib fur !' ... \\ ..81I..lx ,

?Is equal to si'V' New OrN-ans! or Havana were promised' a bounty ..f 500 in gold i I rir We will also buy all 'I' :,Cedar brought us from the country on cart, from .. : r" -.. 'f \ .

sugar that w;{have ever M-en. Mr. )1'Vrt- and S35 per month. Young men had Tnt received, t>j the Lav urea, and for sale r I t \,

informed us that he bad been offered 14 Jeta. better let Cuba and the Cubans alone.- J by II I ten feet'upwards.: 'Jr. And the highest price for COTTON. I cv. 'J" : -- ;

We that these !I 1E Wl" 1.: @N 1IDJE be found} at Coracevich'. Slot t \,
per pound for his entire crop. Sugar ,,,I are sure young gentlemen 1rMNo die 'will i do ell Country p ee-. '': t
w to .k \
t I give the "caI:
1
:!:will/ for the future. ] I" l' r C,. t ., '
? raImg II business. \
a profitable ; I: I.. r COVACEViCU.t SIDOR BLUkELVTnAL. 'UN MILLER. -
I | : G. LEWJNfOJ) ED. '1 1.
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.Y* '\,'.t.tnegroan, he fell lifeless at my i I I S. : t .
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ftet I beard voices approaching, hasti FAR EY &* ,SIMMQNS; .FOltA SWIFT AXD SUUU,CUUE4J&EKAIWS : i ; '" I II t I Plain and Fancy

.lytoffihe bag of gold, and fled down I I ,
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iS-b ever since, but tonight, almost mad OommlI Ifzc !;:.t:, ill : ill part ot the f..li! >\\i.i;<. ...,. '.::: JOB : 5

i : with hunger and .hint, I ventured into 1 C It K ATE S T LIM K X 'I'l' attic'.i! viz. SS -.- .

tbis chamber: 'Yon knuw the rest. ]I 25 Bay St. Savannah, Gw. vUlfEKKMCI i IT..:nhln.i.... A \'r'O( end Iiull* :Snr"'ij> riim.:; "

L I bad not heard of your marriage; Julie: i OJ THE AGJ: .' \1'0.' \ilc' ll.ui Uei'torar, Trivojilierous and \ l

or of father'* death until I fuuni I i Knihaiion, I S
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.your I '
1loitfliitttI! al.l 3Iotelter/ Bit :
i M tben .out in prison. .1 do not reproach i UMn. \VAUO, PATRICK A Co.. ', .
my S WI iislit' 14L, J ... Fnline
M
U AiV orks Like CUav ;; A j iyM1 ; n." Jl"
70 Wall Street, X. V a \\\ I
I you; God knows I do not ; but my life Hocks: Jlollowny nil"! DwtLler's) l'iII" !h.1. tAken the first premium at S7 State Fairs.jO .
and soul alike are lost.' Meurt Foil A Hour, er8HX) are in ue. Made epc'al'y for .

r 4' Not: your ail, Max not your soul !' Ott 1 Ira ISSOmrierStX.. 0. -- ---- A vnrlt-ly of Fmicy "' 011.. ('tn.1 i ing Sugar Cane. ;'; PENINSDLAR[ OFFICE.! '

I vailed.. 'Oh, spare me Prumise that .. HIIIK'S EUPORlIflS'lias \ ) ----
It has been applied to the mA o4 in tUeftrcottof ( () ) SD0.1R -
: ;,. : \otr-jrill not dPi'pair! ; promise for my on- JWii\MESOiVSSOXS&CO.' \ ( ,S'i.v Duali. Macon '\1I11l..t4. Colutnbui. I1 J K I U l 1I'\ .M I 1I' \'. Lumber for Sale -
!
I : worthy sake, Max !l' Montgomery, and al1l..ali,, ntie. nn.l town -

.: 'I promise he said with & :quick! sob to the MiMixippi river (N'II his fuinon carriage I
I Tn\\ Grc} !. Mi-dii.! ; .11 >1 nuu'OJ't! 0'111IHtt.t.
S 11.5 Hawkins tried to draw him away. .oft.ol1 for many yeM withWonderful .. r II I '
JnctoX.l1 ;; t't inch 11.01k .
i : ,_.-. 'You must come, Master Max, or you ; I Ia'.lt-y') ['III II I'slrm-tor? m -1 Uii'siaIxillir uh... S 3000 $

I are l lot he said. 'l have the andS Success.The lta.I\\'II"" ItejlJ, It'I.ur :>1I.11'n.l": It..hclIL, J-I Lhtl i
money,
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Most Severe Cases of i ]Ir'l\n/;.''-'''';' t'I l; : I'hll'.1.:11.. Pain '
ANDGENERAL I t/ .
must not delay. 5\f Fu, Ceilir.g.
you RHEUMATISM : llt-iiilol-.ts\ : lliu-liu. I'fiuvi.ri. :0'\ 1'1110. 3000
11 'One momtnt!! I pleaded. Oh 31ax, NEURALGIA.TAINS 5 In Jin rulo 0,;iu-, iuLiiilJuuin. 1'art'tfoncl! l>ale :

... I kiss me--kiss your namesake before COMMISSION 5 IN' THE BACK ilia"'" Drojm. Brown'* Kwence of (;liuttr. a 1

S 't .1. i "" xre part forever,' and I held out my arms I I5RFAST JOtNTs & S1TI1) :'''. 'niiety of \Vorm Ixizenpm, \urivty ...r Fluid Feet ofVeal*jerl :
I Kxtruct Chlorofoini. 1'jiaeh: I'.i..n i ant l atflut 3000
I 1.fit to him. were brought to the l'rofe* uc. who a* 'Iuick .
k- f M r/e-h ants Iy tubbed lb" patient thoroughly'with Is0IL !I' every article tliat: can be found iu agITY ,
I.I : 'Blood-stained as I am Julie t Oh !
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........... I Feet Seanlling
\:" :I cannot I: cannot !I' I been awwrded the first premium at 67 3000

it .. "But i rose upland caught- his sleeve, DraN/ofJ.. Street near Utf flay' OF LIFE. iniu STOKI_ : I i Mate Fair. Over 17t'W' in useGive* inoiOSugur The bore, i.i sewoned.and orule b' *

: : : drawing 1 h toward roe, my poor, despairing I iI I better and less expvii thin any otheer Oct 20 GlU T& CR FT. i .
S : for I JJf" Plente call .in.l) admire.! mv' New Store 'e- r
:Hut: Then he teiiover. pioce
r1 us ': Muni in instnnee entire.
SAVANNAH Vn 'i'-p
CHO., <
dwav every
S : and t-e sure to buy my MEDICINTS.: I[ Roth have been "fully; tested both fin the
: ; an instant, touched: my forehead and the .\ rrl. \'-.1. ti.(.- -4-mi'itii j oi>e l, >llle of the .
South and! the heatirr
't __ s hby', *rii his poor' quivering lip, muttered Trompt. attention( jriveii toi!1.i l ;'UJ" a e',.. ,." J i..I.*-,....' tosjtu l.uuJicdi. $ (,dollars in IJOC.t. i ,(.t 1\1I.HClhe i :Mexico\ llonduia- and on:>outh America ranesu To Rent.

ci ; --'farewell,' my lost l lore,' and was X rnted. to our i-aif. ai St! Ut.'r..a "J\'l&l"'lol ...-* bilk: I1RANCII.: lei>criptive: iatai! 'gtie rnt fje-*. Addrei.I'LYMKU. I -.
mad .
r : gone. upon Produce iia&tiK. OiO2y! July 2tl1.:, I860. KOUTON) 4 ("n.. Cinc alDatti. O, THAT COMMODIOUS well furnihed and I

: f' There little .rnoretotelL. lie es- ,--- i I. or their agent at JaeVton' ,ille, Fla. novFbJItIDA i Hotel known a. the Wa.hinetoni I
B. TUOR wg. w. r.O.L.f t 1 i Hone., With 10 rooms 5 fronting<< on' W ahinijton ..
: ; t'lped'AfeJi/lP.-l1'i70te me from France KAYTCLYSOIL STORE I: I Street Good well of and .
FUn ITURB water out.
... SEW\
that he was going to join the Greeks, TISON & GORIONMEROHAflTS) ( BAKERY f hoiif.-s on the place. Part of thi house can be

4 : .. and devote- his gold and himself to theirS I II. I 1 usod ts a store. ) \

him sacred, even cause.him had Ere l long been he given wrote the thit precious tot (D o 4 tfc'o Q.' I IOTM Ir 51 t IfIID.J ,, ] OfLIFE -. I I I. TAMPA. FLA. :[ ?rr hat !large Dwelling ALSO.Ho-i e, reecrtlr' oocn- S "

., -AI'- .L pied by Mr.I ; : Tbu 'lionie I
ainuu haA
h row e.n4erei1 Lnl1 who have: whnesaJ : I 8
hope of salvation' through the blood .. it- "j i-hcMti.-' <. )i.e t1.! .. tine ai-d rtliul.if d51I Ri1iitt, I II j rooms with fire rlaees. in rood order in one \ .
of Christ. Then came a few lines from.a 'lluOM MM \ Reni.dy "'f 1tllILl.UlIrrtL1.GI.:: : : .\, i 1 ., .7CABINET I i of the most! desirable localities In the city.'

: fellow-soldier, telling me that he had fallen d? ,v,.| lor tv'ii P.iins; aud Ach.a IiertVer a. Liu- I will.rent either the** houses by the year. t

:1:: in the famous charge of Marco Boz- \ fIIcnt tail be ied.j SHOP tc. .!;e.. Terms-poyments (juarterly in hdvaoce. .. I; S

: : raris.. The writer addt-d : 'So died the I IJlV' t Fur further particuUr. apply toMr (
r Oil of !.ife': Vii! be kept tonI ANN M. RUB ARTS.
-Sp 'I :' bravest, saddest'; humblest Christian soldier l- j KnytonS : Tampa.. Oct. 6tbLarge 5

;-, 4: | have even known. So, children) ::ln.J: !:, e O. I nrrvr.fiilingCitrnt.in 1 I.iiiinitMit. is .nne<|*F IJ t Ifatcr. trct.Vr'A' ,/ t>" Tauij-i XJIT Jill i on band SIsi.tV ,

: :' i (' a4 )'." S "'"3 till contlutie bu>ioeM at tllf I nd! ,nal f <- t..J i i$* -'erlniii vittuvtui I tdc history of Bread ; -
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And the old lady row quickly l and left 'Wp 96 BAT srJEx71nd; offer ..',rt..nce ,. ): ,le<)u-ni>-ti.ai \\iii.f a swift a-iil mire cute \\rork 01 all 1 > iiiiillor ale! at th.'FLOItIDSA. I :

.. the room. ANNIE.M. BAKNWELL.ClippingFrom .to the )1c\'clllr.I"d: Planters d IJiiliUuro i iviiii; ii'.ief! iu every ease almost I bth6_ ffrtrubbing. II !I:' the .aio\c! Dcvrripiioii Lite with 1..1111\.11In'f\ I Ii
-. and the'adjaeent couutie for the tale of ('.(.Il. and Ji.-I'al..h. >.ili- :; !: "Brick," toa and other Produce, aUu fur receiving and Read tbelestimonisl: nnJ hear the opinion tritE lb".riher pectfully! inform ; S

i 4 A Southern exchange tells of a forwarding Cotton and Merchandise. of tie people. i J01IXF.. FLETCHER.j i I PuMic that be has: eommeuctd manfqeturIJroad \ : ..51hz
negro We are prepared to make liberal advances Tor ale by all leadiiip Drug; Store I .

: t :.j _____ who insisted.that bis race was mentioned en consignment to lit for sale in this llnrket. I j |'a..,. Mnv. I ll"h. I <> I.

t- I ::, ;\ in the Bible. He said he heard the preacher or where it is preferred to be lorwur-M$ our jrlESSlN&lluBBl.XS.j \ I .

: er read about how "Nigger! Demus wanted fiends in Liverpool. Nev Yoijc' PLiJadtlpbia! HrXlTrRt: % : ) .UD REPAIRED: \ .;, BLACKSMITHING< i E.aie; ofsiip.-rlnrqnliity I

S.:. 1..J to be horn hgain.t ." Boituu orIJltimore.IlaTthg i WI10LU' : .\ --I\T.:: ,
; )had fifteen years experience iu the I Fiefb. Pailr.! Pcgu'ai rust ti.rii'.I 1 Ir Jib. ,
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NE'01K.:
: \ :J A $poor fellow has just got out of the i Colien C ta IB in {ion Boinrsin I IIIMDV: ii.tni: ('() rri.\s II -ANDe.cv : .ally dealt with. I I.r'

&1 ; : Michigan State Prison, after a two year's 1 : rHlIl'llIn: II:. I FLKTcllER.June2i : :
:. fb.'hu thp.1 I I in Savannah w.e have an extond.-d .n.Ip.2.r][ : I th.
jaum was innocent of : > if
: i : ,1 aeijaaiulauce to wli-f'ii. rrfer wit : \ 5. \v \ Y\\ \ \\ I
wo ti-n
CTmfor: which he was sentenced. Hethirgcd I J i.lenee. S JACOB irrM1's5 Alwny< "n 1 )hnnd \ ; \ n!;. .

;-a., with and in ordrr I I
$ stealing to ltes1.edulh'i x' I

S : Mn! the reward for bis family he confi-ssed VTx. II.TICI()X.TV I \\Yhjlfsalr Drnz: & r:1:itl;, ll-.it-f; (Ot.I..r"1 l k \ ""'J'tl\ .l1tru.'l) I !<>. ;; ')PIII.' :i.lNItl.il1li' I."W: :i.I\1' /-f a..f.-t:3"' I Cypress Barrels !

: r ; what he had nerer done.N. *. uoiinoy.) Sa fit ii HI'I/(. (;.,f rj:'n. (1':1": to: iIIl'I! :/'L'.\ '
r.i ,. /i c Ktli. t':. 1'; trr. \ ... I'
it..r. f"r tcry .1.i ""'.: ': ....... '- I
The Rocky Mountain rat I L. sail! to IH- :1r- Countir I 1'1..1 t;. .. faleti fi-r 1'I1Idt ure i'lnvk- ; -: -I
; S eightceninches) long. and can outsteiil anything ILA F UG I "\ ci. !i-ion, .f.1 \ !>.... ', *fj:SMr; JS.>;|$: ''*%- A* j jV i i iv 1:1 tJ -
!- S. H I LEDERER & ((1 PY { E ; -.III. L' :"" ;, :: --.. _
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'1 i ill hiii line. We don't ofu-n tr.aki i .111. UV ::0.),) i iHERRMANN \ ncbi I ,nsr iu a t\ '.t! *' 4.iIo.-.f-lfc a' cirjt'Jil?> ', : -

t \1jt-r.1.' }l.ut vrerill: baek'ciTtaln: ltadiealc4iceha&rs : :, i .Vn II it I.. tic .lirit | -'.' .1 ," ".J V<':UMii':: ,. -i': <*
'ti Tin I I: JUSTLY: l'l'l.IHITI:11: ; 'I. .. ""'-I... .- <<_ i .
--- i.I.,**" .a. v > : -
against any iithrr. rats in I 11 it rl'he n.lt-riena.l; : )-> R..having; loll;!<.. at ,hv
( WEISSBUOD ''I'' 1.,:. .It"" .. I'.' L ., .
; Shop at'l'irkxv; UK' .k. 2 uiiics! .tf
Jm1ri Bring on your rats ours artrlf. > FOREICN n.
AND ,. .
DOMESTIC uhf: n(1 Tctcr r.xpcllcr: tli't. i 'I.I[ i it ; '' ". I H.'ipi! djl',1 i.t nHi .( TJJ S
a | 111".1. > \ rill'| I: nr. .l-; of) -tp<-ri< r :im'il\. S
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I i iiif' ii tu. la' i' fn1, to I-
: wtvt! ti'e
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____ -f- : wil:! -:1.1': i ; j j.v pr 1..lIrda' )II..I.I
.5 S I SADDLER i fur 'In! 'ir p.t-t; |I.itt nOC".1h.1: : l !h'i.|I'. i t tri>-\ \\ I.: or ?3 On .l.,!m.re.l l ,it TaMipa.I -
Pan It Around. I .\. l* 111'11' Tone, and n* -in '\I'I'.til'r. J gihg!: 1 ) $ .: Vv :.:. II rail. j I ""l\t"l".O hRn.11i"t'! lot "f( UK barrel

; .. tb
-S,' Aooden.wedding-Marving a block- D.HY GOODS. t le.ivmt; I bun, ..t rung "IIJ! I.v.tliit'r tit.tii T"'I jn. Mi!'. Ii I lib} V;* .r{7 i > (i I'r.: i *2 r.i. "I'unvl.;' tl S .
head.,,...:Ex. _. ___ __ IItl"I' t S
luf'MO I the attu>:1> I1.zrne'ss-jfukcr (I' /, 1. .fVillalteiulto.iny ,
; ( ( j' tJ < / (? r (c >'!'W" "' :-. W: I I I 1-sT" All or.Uisl'r l larreln. V ill be ( run.rt .
: : A golden wedding Marrying fur mon Octlj-I .. I. J. n::... I
i i ey.-Elmira Gazette.: \ I S !)ipfl7,;; !, JAMi'. McIL'LLl.: p :

& s. I LE 1) I L II i I, \ lnMii.o-ih: ttiiiiine uill;I> ._ ... .\r 1..12.ttl. S I
I tf.
A -
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e crystal .cddingarrj'ing a"glass- tic.iI uos and .I'p.ltd.. I .INI > ow ,. :::;=; = : =-:;: : -::::::: : -' I
IIS j- -i J S
S (ye.r. -Syracuse Courier. BROUGUTOX I \ ::c..u Iu' \ : t j-.iicil to li\ MiitiK-.su-t I r d"'ki''I" i I
g A tin wedding Marrying :a milkmaid. !! II :.\u.I ... I 1'III :\ lli.in it ean': be .101... cl"<.\vbei..4.. 1 ci.h l-e I I- i.-l 0;::' [p f'1PI.: I.' HIla N..DiVA'! \ ftTEDi!, j jI
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-- Auburn News. '. '! .11 an' iiiu-i at mr 'i"l!>; ..r; lh- ii-j| i> ... tttd,. A! '" J I : I

: :- S A wedding-Iarryingm editor. .t:r. I ()r.s. !', JUIt: J:I:*" ttAx.WCOI I tin' >lio-i.' -1UJ a lillle Last ..1 \.i.1. let '..-' 'AHance"\ i ; Line J '
4 paper LeJerer
1 SUVU llllUll. (Jril pt.r.! 100| J>f>7.KXEOr "
S -Ithica Democrat. I. M. hall I.. I I IKil .. ;
I ,. TAM.OAV '. II.SW E. Ital1: ) ::1""' :- :, 555
At .
S A (;11..ta\t! : !tcin. ) i : :. *. .. : .
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: ; plain wedding Marrying: a carpenter. nplv T,ma. !-14..0d.) Hi. S \U' 0 ; > : &
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: St. Louis Journal. I

S A-silver wedding-Marrying an old M\ILlBDBeOS\ : ) : isu Uay trcct.. foot vf P.iiriiai.1.Savaiitiati. .: ,Ittt, /J'jtfj|! f 150 CHICKENS. L V

_I ;: maid of 60.-Waverly V lUocrat. I \' \ t J l & ((0niMESLE 1 1I c..t). (ET EVERYBODY- S : : J : 1 .' .1 I By GRANT: A eRA IT. ::' ;:"
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Q ... i An iron wedding-:Marrying a I 1 tK-nJ. T\VKKTY-F1\ CENTS fora Certifi.'Rte -t. .. .( '>.: .f't:' u.. 1f.- '

.5 ; 'G t>mitb.-Brandon Republican. Mack-I I \ (: \ DEUERS I IX \\' are pain: Xew VutnI .. '.-....(.-'."-, .D'j1't"; :II'"" .--.-_.-: ......j..r-.. WHrrED'AXTED\\ ; A ;

I rid hiUor Wftth'> .. ..
A s Jrnrlrv Af., _.. ;
: copper wcddjngIarr'ing a squaw. j valued at 87S."*). ..\'u urtieletnWdN-\ .... .".. -;:, ....' ;;I .. '"- .,.
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S fiocky Mountain .Herald I JiEEStt'AX I po.teUof onth- ("'P( il,ir S1.(>O |Ian. 110.] .: ..J't' :; --I I ;
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I p oat l S I Dot to bn pi.t K;.r (.1.' I roil kr'>.'r wt>&t _: .. .CASTOIt OIL nE. \s.
of 5 .
I. .5 The worst sort a wedding-Marrying (J0f5 .g I 5. I >ou are I.. rrctiiif (Vrtifiont.-.. i ilcir- / I
CiIIJIIl'ES. ., I ,
f I cuUrn ..f 5centor lI.s 0- ... l
: nobody.-Manynnk Chronicle. HTtit on rcc :;f- ;; "" c. I
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|for II 00. : .
J .: A steel! ding-larrying .a shop S .I O',0)) / I
PACKARD &Co. .
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S 1 I EESJt XS, '1 n S } t. : ,' S ,. "t S a
; ift..r.-Corry Blade. READY-MADE CLOTHINC. i iiTBMIIIINU I IS: \.,' rourthf-trect t. fIrih r.; .
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,; A glass wedding-Marrying a toper.- Ij j I BUCK ...lif.\'..;. rinrmnali Ohio.nirirtiviii ( : \ V ,,, \ :-\ "V ii ,' ; S ;.1-1 Lv .cai / !
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t ; Toledo Blade.A : > GOOD* te; i S. 5/ I

I i-! ;. :. leather wedding-Marrying a son orS : S G.tl'Jii.11SKI.vs ( .;;AV.V>. I'et" ot' ib iiting: <
: .. daughter of**St. Crispin."-Boston Trans.S. 115 lirou'jhton Street will ,1!'. w\rltr bvlotp miking coi Iot.tl.. to :\ t.t\ (JELP EsT..\ OlT"KER 1'r. II ,i i i .!
: ];1..1 rEI: sici.vs. FOX al'l'l[ ly to
.IIo-! cript. I \ w1.1 ly line "f Siuitn:i liiu.luninif. Wen e!<.I I rt.\ !*iIlI. ;iJ for C.islor: Bean.. in an) J

: ,. J A bravn wedding-Marrying: for love. I f\ t 1li.I..l.! \ve hall diypatt; !! from thin CilV I V/ tit%', from a Iiuhel upward, .. '.. .quan/ tI J f
,$ *. S 1 I rentJ't.. Savannah Goo, SA7.V\ J//.VA Sh.II1THI: ..SA7.V5.RAVOOy I\'Elt: Y :-ATt': IJ>.\Y u Sienm.hip f.r Pts".4". i| Key ,\-"..t.. TRmra. Manatee any convenient I

& 't 1 '. --... GEO.PEELL& @; "LA. Arxiti IUK.LA, T. M.\iiks t.'U'\I KM., j point forsh'pmenlon the Coast of Florid*..-.
;; Private Property Law Books. ,plyPIJ11iLIP \ "fa.SlIf.'f.'P: StLVSlt1L1t.J ; SI TAMP*, I\H WI.,:. mid HAVAM t nUri livichtns :rvlected! feed for planting from the East Indian S : I
I .. '.'I' :Nv rUM" via ('Ft.) lit 1\1.'' th. Flnri.1' and instructions f.lr the I
: .: : << A good 1 story i is told of John W. Crock I T SKI.\'S. { ADVERTISINC ACENTS.S .1.1! I Un: ''r,;i.I .,,ill n liiif of :-t' fttiIiJr" eor.tieC-i I ore circulariiring ap.l bar* mtinj; the Castor Bean, furnish-. 7t-ul.

i I, ett I aiid..' Jim Gibson: both of them able i IIZIILI\SK '! fi>r nn ltiiinle 1lehiv. ,- uniqifl: !<.d fnoili ting t 1'< i .u"ilinnitnd :NVw" ,"">-*,:. It ..iel r taken d on ai'i'licatioii to / S .I
tit.i s for seeiirnitf, I tin iii fttu>n ill l :I'h', 1'1 j""lIl'lItiill fi"i N ,' YI> f- all I F ,
S lawyers, and in full practice, in the earlydays ; 1 T "H. J v B. I'AK.US E \\ IK >r : -"IT>\ Por.Tind: : UCiUl*. ALLENXy --
nil < und ,tudicul; : ul low ,. for .ill .
T
n\\"pII.! | > pti m\: 'iriilnr landings: lie- C'u.\un..uu. : West f th"
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Ftbmarj
of Jackson's purchase.: Th-y bothresided : ;. ;': .'1 ..} \ .\I.lr.-i> tlu-iii at n'ld I ii 1 is i I'iMr.4.: : t. ;
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: In Fulton, Hk-kman count". On 111.' I lm, win bccontiitiied tIui>ii<,'iMnr. ;'heyear : S I I
cS S S pnc occasion they were imploy.d} on opposite I WHOLESALE GW3'5tc 'OSu'HFINEGAN&Co.' I l a : 1 I i :ii,.1 l'ie, l"wl..t tisici. .>f 11.:1,1. leiilninfiiiii..l Florida Brick !

; sides, in an ejectment case, before a 40 PARKRP ; .. ci\tnr < M-n ,..>.-il.-! rivtt! .\ f.> J i
: AVB L. PLiiit.!: r 4 ai..l Mo1'' luiu's in Mr>rid.i t to iitiil'tlioni'rlyr
? S t : The court held in 1 .
magistrate. wa a ; *
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ifhool-Hou Crockett was reading the iL' .o t';'; (: o n: Ii? s\\ (ocir A l: ) z:SI nelt>*iiir fl.'I'I ( Icr tlii-ir/ t I' uii.r$. i-i n ln.nir.ij rii7'r "oinnn>t f all nic t ti v.l-cHrt'.L m -.v it I. i-t New t Irr-jm-f Or'nnniid! a'id! I I' \ p1enl.l article! "'fPriolt i i. now bcingmed!. !

S tau! Miineof m .. law to tbe court, and when he got through, COMMISSION MERCHANT c\\ < N f'\\ Y"tk l in -l .j, pirgth.-ii-! I "; < tt> lu.irki-t! I
> ANI I' 'l'aper.iI..1! Cut uf :a 1 ht'lll..j< in I them. All)' 'lORUII iy.; The Hn.1"'II&.lf' at tbia Yardare
;: and o1 11.1' ,
: Gibson asked him for his. book, saying .1.i tiiiim.tr! i"i'piii'I| ) ult<'ntiuii <.1(.1lla" S
t n- good as can be Iwnjfbt: in .
majtrt.Sninh
S 'vim ordenni) lomN: { any ->
e site! ; r..m1"
: that the ...att1 just read was new to him. 1.4)S l' I: E R 1' I ; | >s eau b.. .wen at Graut Craft'
itore.
\ j i"t\II.II.! the fiot.lhut
p Crockett refus.d to give it to him, on the: it1\1It'\ i,': t io It J \cvdinii\ \ t.t tJ.ig tS ( 4, t"t ** *'*j$ **t r$*. .tjI t w<.,4 RK.klv I i I'm >ow York tIhi they is i.ean,nt..ship ATMI'i'll [ TrU-e pir M. [at the Yard,] *I5 \J I S '.

'S ,ground that it was his own private projier I I' l.n\nil: IL15F..5au :! IN (!JLMCKKU! I! JAM1-X P. MeMULLIX. ,
D T : :W';: Goo I To Tin "'''1\1\: .. CtA'.. We -. I
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1 nopro TlMKtli.it.i i by other i
::. ; ty, and'If Mr.; Gibson wonted the benefit : any .oul.
pared I "."".,,1.) u'l cl.i K1* illi vonstnnt '.
: nil- ( .ItHIi t.ikVn. :New Yiiik and Ihrl '
of law books there for sale. Stn'd.lI'lI1J1flli( Gco, to >uc1. :Fair
: were some .
j.Io iiiiit: a* limne, II.. n hole .f tins time Notice!
Branch Offic at Qjitrnan Oeo., and Mad son | ) or ISill; !I'I li'Hj' pi ie.ne.l l nt i.uwKir '.rr.i. 1.1I:1.11. -: !
The court ruled that the book was private I lor 1 lie Mre! niotneiiN, r.n.im-H: li htIIn.II'it.I"I : I
Fla- I T I ll'iil.I.HV.NLllS; ; i: tnnl-: on Cotton con II f\\ S I: i. AilVANCTIS I > ('t 11; Cotton eon'.i.ncJt& .
., property, and that Gibson had no right to Liberal aJrance on all consignment*. I' I J "'r: 'i-.1| t.. or to "nr (.'..rr"'t..I.| ."ni,. i ill | Per".t; enlior ... \ ea lh- "* it-" :'\rW Y..'ik,nnd New I Ur!,-''' 9.L"f :: S \ LL rFR ON arc notified not lo gelt kill

we it, except with Mr. Crockett's consent. -P 13.SLOIN". :\ Iy..,, :. .r.J I.ivii |'.-ol., I I.U-LMI; '' !'. I 1'.j'e: eirii: I Ii"-.II S'c t to *A }I"<"! V'irr i.ln. proportn.i.nl .1 I."- f h.. ntr.ift reventlv nmde, with thett1t. V uriu any ,vise dispose, of any of our or cuttle) j
Juiolitik ilitir lu'ititmM"! / ..
i -uiu by I I thibniiK"1'
Gibson was puzzled, but being a man of nl I liuu. I :J.-, l'II'III.llt.1 at l.A-o-t iat:4. <.1.:111:: I'o\i aiivl uirl faun much- Po"l lfpnrtni, lh.1'lorida l Kailro.iliV'inj'.r without.. our e./'" nearly u will ..
: : resourced> he fell upon a plan whch! complfetely CROOi'ER' & rOt 1-----I 1. ..\11\.111.... --- J'MIV \\MnV a* i.icii.: 'lliat all \\ ho "...IsIs notice mtyxnd. New)} ( >rieiiii y eeiv dispatch Saturday a teiinr, :Jr-'m r to' iti, 1 ll.ivai.u.|I fr m it law.out we will punish ttu'to the extent of the i

te S ujixet Crockett's CJll u1ationl. He S their a.Mrrd. and, tel the bn..ine,<<; vts'iiiake S e\ try Tii" l-iy; and. 1W ci t\eiv XVr.lsndiy" -* ,"

stepped 'blfck'and found 'cnder a desk an L J. iiiiiiii.utiiiltii7Cotton( [ \ \ [' this unptrallelcd! ) oifi-r : To 0 nJi n. are not \ l\-.tin. -teit t.lCfWe. nii.l NoOi'- j| JOHN JOhNV) CL'KIIY.. S

: old of Noahi ".t'\\ book :I COTTON FACTOItS j \\t"U.nuoti.I. we u ill ""1\.1 yl' ( t" (1"\V selling
.;: copy >> I i I I \iiitini I I I .:. .I\III.&I.ti..lll"r.I | u \.iliia- Ly hi- tune nod Ih.It.t'IjI'Rn I".n.nl 5 ItCI\\1>)>. Me.NEIUj

S and In addressing the court, be read from :1 factors ble minjile. "liieli will do to cutiimo'icn. work I II.I.IV, 1%. a* Pn-tcitfife" II ('W. will .l94t; ,CII r nt,> ,j -ilnrAtc, -*. Srplenibfr..' 10th. Jh69. tin.Liost .

;t the speller : 0'). nu.l" ( I' ,' (>f The 1"01,1.! Literary IVm- turn imls lo..j.-h port. fi1r\xnr.lin nil -nu-h -- -- .
AVDCOMMISSION i' jMiiion-oneof I 1K* I t rot> a'i-l I.,''' I fa>uivn tiliti lt ,1 iu iti .
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<"r U40.1U expedited triinj iai ion
z T: "Be it enacted by the General Assembly SI < > I Ii J
j, AM P '''\\'"r R|'>'r< |Pu1t)1' l.:ln-d-all I 1.11 t !fi 1..Io't mail.Uttlir. by I thit) >r>iutc. f _
,1- of the of
S commonwealth Kentuckythat it you \t alIt pio'it.tl.Iv( S
I, j I'.mllll..ltt. !1 s..tbt. $ .!::oitIZ S laws heretofore passed (hero tiUinjtCrockttt' MERCHANTS I v UKXJIUAL'Commission : \\uTk.n.lJrfiwK." ; C.\I.LIX: A. to, A'igti.ta, : Tamp
St 'I 1'1.1\1' Tlttlll'a :!"inr: :.Nurili "vi'iy 1 F* i.llI\ 1)F.TWI-F. Ferry nnd Ra1Iat: Poin .
\ Maine.
law) be and the arehere- i : Sinuous 1 book '
; same / eonta.itiatf mi
: l Ivcrn.e.'ttiVn.latil.fl: and! amo. < -
facility will.a! \t.:1IT..t
Al." .I Clf Jt Cunningham'* Hange U't.; Ii' --- I T'3 "' .
ghorn S !
:.' by repeal Merchants : 1 tn "I. l'r'r,. and ('.." 1 : !i 0.01"1'11.. l to ILrmn I I'I r lit t loc ..
: I- Crockett spang to his feet with: ,\;;ruls ..f the line at IIIII..i..t.| .. / : 01 : trr. V.r I I It i"t" or
S TWit Thotlfll&n .
"Ix-t mi5 seo thit book Savannah, . . . .G<<'orft' a. i A irriiiUiiiitn ulin piitUreit for J' var' fromNtrvim Your .br-lt ni *.rcar.ta. I/ ; >. 1 liriy Tlire H..l1l1r.. I 11'101'1.. 1 b.. i v,,. ': 1I1.'n.hp.l'o1
1.1.'r
S ItyfKtreit, 3'irnnn.tlt, (.nv. l'ci..il>PrHinture !'e y .knd all F. W. l'F.UkIN' <. A Ct': i a .1... h I v. I,. At .." .. S
: L ONO, yoi d'jnVrfiid: Gibson 'this book) .. 'I .t.IJ'Ia.1 I"V1.tn'i m '111 t$4! V tIti i ,
; !F- t tj < f \ u.ithul I I i".li..leli..II.! i will t. for tin* AiTclltK .t.t. l\r.1

I : sir, is private P"'>|)<'rty, and I am not inS : : >rral ahs.Cel! uu Cotton coignrd: to our V*. -,& rib".Urnlr\! '. Super lii |>*i'it- ..f -.like ..1 ircrmi: hIlOl.lltilIH'II.I, t Iro.lo all! 2!t* l'- J; I Il J. who it I th mil dii i-l fiitiiUiiiir I. I.\: : 'I 1" r"t.ilc"l.. :'t'.t.i
the habit of pa.cking.l:1w: hooks! around for : ouilv*(''>a.l : tr..l.
... fo ; .
i ilitt simple! I ien: ly by "tttk Ii h. \vn 1:11'il .vd .It. A !M-r"
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: th > benefit ot othtrs.? I IHU! S and! In>ulie.ni:''II\'tI.. t.lIl'd.! .1 1 ..Hr I u ill: U ,i'I i f,,..
J)... tilled. utfenT. l, aJ- CI.R'n1..ra p r 'Ia.( .
: :> "*lii'liiliv: !I. prnl't \ ti > 1':1 1 \' Y"I" r.-t-.m i'r-fai.1
A !S S :1 ; i" :l ';: !less to say Crockett lost hisc. ,I ) I.\DRI l lili('__ v\l: iul.nl (u <, .i-. V. rt i.t'r', txpeiiri' .ct1. e. u d.. .i. !.\ n.i ilifinci'l S S vu.. rK;! I:1..., l.t t., .M.r llt..n: i: Ue.erM.n: or t.. _

., -i.i .(rlb; .,,in luring; the last hay on blm. .\. M I S'".).11. C. F. ::tutt.., ('. *1jl GI" t'an di-pi I(J III c.... i l peilrct cuuli.y.. "-... .lol1. \ I I-! '.(i iltKN. 'S ,\"I.t. J S rIt1\:! l-LATT.

-P.L&a1. 1cniwJ.p ;;. I SlcVitird of Ge--rgi f ill returnS Nt'12 Udar I S .- Tut-pa F'.ft' :\.v 2 .1. t ( /
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