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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 22, 1869
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tampa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hillsborough County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hillsborough -- Tampa
Coordinates: 27.970898 x -82.46464 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1855.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1874.
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended in 1861?; resumed in 1866.
Numbering Peculiarities: Resumed vol. 1 in 1866.
General Note: "Democratic" <1856>; "Republican" <1873>.
General Note: Editor: Simon Turman, <1859-1861>; Sam C. Craft, <1866>.
General Note: Publishers: Simon Turman, <1856>; Wm. J. Spencer & Co., <1859-1860>; Wm. J. Spencer, <1861>; J.E & T.K. Spencer, <1866>; T.K. Spencer, <1869>.
General Note: "Here shall the press the people's rights maintain unawed by fear, unbribed by gain."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur" -1866-.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 3 (Mar. 3, 1855).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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: TAMPA FLORIDA. ntdiM hem first inMttioa an4 : .
.. : WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 22,. 1869.: NO. 33..nJ : .
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; ('iJ 'Florida.-Clear Water Harbor. I of that light, sandy character to Tliabam& : _: .
.,CALEND.A.R. 5. b's common t to supply the places of.thoserwhiebhav- j claims are referred to ",..
] the pine lands along the Atlantic coast.- I / I

..l .' ..l/ "I'I 1I I I 1 : -- My brother, tie Eev. Joseph Brown, wLo For ordinary farming or planting it is notw..11 ing brought their fruit to maturity, cease i J no immediate settlement rtcommenrded. ;
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"I'I'I'I'I .IE'q "L. to bear and are taken off to give place to I ."
rI.lI I I Las lived iu Florida for many yean and for the. adapted, as the amount of land to be / ,. .
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NI 'J W !f.1 lilil] I 'lI I last eigLueu months at Clear Water Harbor fertilized is too great for the young are coming on.- '
Ii Ii.fl.f 11 .JOSEeH-a I fI ordinary :Each stem which bears fruit will give f The landing of the French cable on ,; ] .
I 1 I: .WALL-! pieparcd an article for the fbnner J Planler means of the cultivator, and for renumer-.
: : i c about one to suceed it, and threl for 1: the shoj's of the United States ia also ..ftf ."- 1
: 1ii | (Richmond) wlach was publinhej iu that journal ation by the crops produced. For fruit I 1
tJ/ II2L transplanting. If the i hrinade1very
J 1' 1! ground ,1referred with the which J
r 4 5 II j f. \13- ',. /J 1 1 8 ATTORNEY AT': lit May. It contains so full a b1texn.ntc planting, however: this objection does not 1 rich it will do It well to correspondence "-_.
LAW.BROOKSVILLE. more. '
: .. 11 1219J20 13 1. :Ib$ 11I12 1$ 14 18116 II I what en-juirers would\genmillj wish' to : hold, as tho amount of land planted is so on land grows tooK place between the government and ;

$ 18 .2!'223'' 8Ii t> OU: 12123r t know. that it ia thought beet to reprint it, with |1 i.limited that it can It fertilized without ordinaary light pine fconched wib the French authorities and legislation to ':
.I 2627 I t .8 t, $ t93O FLA. leaves, or rotten wood, or dead grass.- .
r ": : :IIPrH i :;) a ffw slight changes, which observations unce to great cost and labor, and the high re- > -. .
."I j I'. 4. \, I i numerationrill The rushes growing so abundantly along protect the rights of citizens of the United .
21S-4 J G made render Whan the justify the outlay of money '
; J t a 4 I 1t may proper. whole the beach and .
PRACTICE IX THE 8th and Cth margin /of our ponds u States and the of the .
sovereignty nation
9 10 11 11 1 II WILL Vholl and labor which l lm :
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l i* 9 IIH2 I U Circuits and will have been concluded I propose- to iiutke ; may required.The found to ,
give promptattention answer the/purpose ndmirab .
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1 It *() I locality from which this is recommended.
: few additional coramuni-
SP to all busitess entrusted to his a 6t.a. 'mcnt1. present tbi.r.ewakIe .. By this method : ,
i2 U 24 26 211 X7 21222824t2627 wjide your orange trees .
'I esre. mode with cation comes i is Clear Water Harbor immediately The claims of neutralized citizens who ;, \
it SO II .. .-4 U it so \ a conflltuco iaspLrcU by are coming slowly and steadily fnto/}ear. .
: ,: I. .. 1 t I 4-! '1 S" July !H\ IMl ly aiery"-careful personal examination of all the j, north of Tampa Bay. The Ing corditionyyoa have another on return to their native land and accept positions :
I 11 0 6 ull" 8 10 11 fact bearing tho ( 'Lz that j harbor is formed by a succession of islands crop "r' ,
upon && ,\ : to thoso the which
I : 1 11 II 1? 16 1'l18' 12 U 16 1'1 18 SAM. C. CRAFT, who have wnflll thrown up by the action of the tides.- samCxground, in tyro yearsbrings cf trust, and honor without declaring .. ':,J." .:
moons, and who winh i-
: ; Ii.ln tStu"I:4 .r .1..1"1"1' i" U grate, the for health and to u i The water in t the harbor i is generally shoal, .! yorf a crop, not only pupplying'youf their change of citizenship, to the ; ,
.J 11$ 1 SiT i prospect increase ofI family/ ith a delightful and wholesome
7I' substance at the here i with channels passing through of sufficient protection of this Government when they 1
; : Attorney, at Law place meatiouoJ' ia exravrdlnaty. artW l of food but one of the most profi. .

2 it. ji ,- .-WM. BKOJ J, Lditor Ctutrol rrcsbtorian. -- : depth to admit vessels drawing seven or t taMearticles known in commerce ; more get into trouble Is seriously questioned. 3 ; ,
-A% feet. The
trtctc eight shore of the main landon .
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..:, I: '' l11fP .: q Vuttr ii Chancery; for the 6th Judicial C'l& As much attention" !at this time directed .I the northern part is high, forming beau(:I *will o than bear oranges.transportation.It; grows to market well here, as The tntnufactu gfcipteresCs condition.of the i' '
tiful in
sites for residences. The land bark t country are a flounsnmg
-ALSO- .
.-,, ; Tn Tzzi'for aertiar Cards in tbii Directory to South Florida a furnishing the wt'llas orangey and fell as rapidly.
., foroB yearf4. COUNTY SOLICITOR, soil and climate suited to the production i I i from the shores for two or three mile i is I,I .- _'.'- Special attention is called to ChIna.

,, ,,( !I rolling pine land, furnishing a fine'loca Trcm tho Union. and and the cultivation of friendly 1
': -- For the County, of llillsborough. of tropical fruits, I have thought that a' tion for fruit Japan, .

c '" ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Office in the basement of the Court House munication through the 1'taiiter and ': plantations. Into thj/there i N The President's Message, relations with those countries. Legislation 1 :

:J' ... H. L. MITCHELI AUorney at rand Solicitor topposit the.county Judge's Office.DEEDS ., Farmer would be acceptable. (p any of its now taking moving the place a good of population the which is I f j The President's message, submitted up. is recommended to prevent American Teasels -' \ .
pturteer settlers
;:, 1 ia EquitOfiSe CONTR MORTGAGES AND readers. It is generally known tha on on the cf
and will in few jiF-cmbL'ng Congress occupies from in tke Coolie trade
.-la Lodebnflatiig. a years inake this one of i engagement !
i. : instruments drawn at short notice. the St. John's river and at several -
.4 Office hours: From 9 to 12 o'clock, a. m., and along the Atlantic coast of this poThsI tho most lovely spots ipftis''land of flower. I, four closely printed columns and is an interesting and to prevent the ,enslavement of Chinese -
} nEZTDERSON & ?>EnsoN. Attorneyi from 2to 51''m. oranges \J-1|l .*' The harbor abounds in the luxuries and important'document.The '.

at Law and J Atanw Public.Officf .. '. .Tamp.FIL. May 12th. 1869. tfH. have.l>een cultivated i for many,j ears, hof f t the ocean and furnishes' fine on our soil. -

.:: orntrof Whitillr'ana Franklin (I. Until recently n attempt has been made I I I sailing and bathing., The water of fertile for I President first refers to the blessings The repeal of the Tenure-of-office acta ,
means
t"--::,: '., ..' -SAM.,'C. CTUFT. AUorney at Lai/ and Mssj ; .' :L.. JI1TCHELL.Attorney to cultivate of the them extensively in any nth- I 1, iziug.Jae land,-e furnished in the Iwdsof ; which the nation now enjoys, and is earnestly recommended.The .1
State.
-- '. er part At :
r inCfcancery.Offic some jminte found t then takes up the subject of reconstruc }
tlecomposed'liell the
around I I on t Hand*7' result of experiment in giving -_
ia the Court ilous&h Tampa Hay, and on Mamtee river ,
1. t and in I the seaweed washed ashore by of Indian
the
at Law email have been the management reservations
: ; grow planted and hau
tides and the million of
MERCA'TIL2. fish which t fill
I
borne well fur It i is the i il war and] progress made' iu restoring the to the of Friends has I I
.. many jears. only l I bay in the fall and early winter. Besides I.I.I j Society ptOTi .

7 GRA&CRAYTD.i1rriflrvGoOJ" $ TAMPA. FLORIDA within the last two years that the idea of tlii'! li there t are on an of ewry't seceded states to the Union, he refers to ed satisfactory, and the placing of all Indians .",\i .
OroeeHe.Grainllardwire (:oi.in7&c 1 making the fruits adapted to this soil and:. average !|,Georgia as follows : I
I mile fre h-water lakes of from in reservations is
to large recomnmended. ,
!_ ; _, : Opf>o itA the Florida Hoase.E. I Will gin prompt at'ention to all buainesaentrusted I climato a prominent object has been enter- I J one htld .
tWl'n') acres in extent. Connected with Georgia an election at which she
to his care. tained. The ,;
that
A. OLARKC A CODelers in Dry Goods, T.1DJa'a. Fla Ap'l, 8th. '66. l.y experiment have been I them are vast deposites of exceedingly ratified her constitution, Republican inform \\J '

n(rdwVr -rafTi\.u.re. Woo.- are Groceri made have proved entirely satisfactory, 'rich muck enough to fertilize the xihole elected a Governor, members of The recommendations of the Generalof f.

i CSaddl.rvi jClothioe. &. Jens A. HesDiasojr. J. F. Uniiuso and prej'erations arc .now making for For Congress a state tho for appropriationsor
: Corner,\f.shinglon 1IAriout.red8.C. planting extensively, not only but country. healthfulness no location legislature and other i Army making -\ .:f
oranges j can bo superiorhile for the comfort lIfdill1atl' officer* required. Her Governor was forts is concurred in. \ ;

FRlEBKLED, .aleriaDry. Good..Cthinlto !; HENDERSON & HENDERSON, limes several, bananas other kinds, guava of fruit< jjvdw&re1Cokerv.
; $flkee.OtWfl sill Aiu that
i can compare favorably with if. The t were required of
Oroc rie.Patent Medicio can be produced successful!} ; :and now i: ('onstant. bn-o/es1, fresh (rom the gulf so them by ilu Juconstruction; Acts t t.fCongrcs. I i is recommended towards the navy. .
: Corner Watlnncton A Franklin street the prospect i is. that as soon; as the tnesplantibg
Law The Post-office is referredto
at ::
; -- Attorneys can l IIC gnHen& iuto temper the summer heat, that such a j i ,Subsequently, however, in' Department
r L. COVACEVIC1I.. Dealw in -We-tern Pro- bearing, ai I| thin ti4 an oppressively hot day is very violation of the constitution, which thl.'j'had and the total abolition of the franking .
TAMPA FLOR1 .\. large business, in this branch of in.lu. tr.1' I '
Hardware .
4 de.' Groceries ConfeetioDaries, | ratified
: ran1. The thcnnouictir seldom reaches just or since decided by the rriilece is recommended.
be don In this .
'h will[ comnmuiration 1.ctog'ne :
BtovesAe -

9 t degrees. I Suprcn Court'cf the State
-. .. McKay's old stand. ::::: some information eorern- t tling ) \ the. colored members of the, they Legislature unseated I Early action upon a plan for taking the /

.. Wi1l practice( in the Southern and Kii: Uu..i.i. .- the general: character of I the wtil and j TROPIC FRUITS is recommended also increase : -
W. G. FERRIS Agent. Dealer in Dry G" > ..,iv., nt t the ? tQt.- I I and admitted to seats some members who next census ; an V .
+ Jhrd.. ".CrwWy Groetrien.; : } proved satisfactorily
**. Tampa, .i'J I} 6th. attV 56mMEDICAL are disqualified by the third clause of the of the salaries of the Justices of -; -
f"r''\Ui? "f'C' 'in" of Steamers.'Washington the cultivation of the fruits must iniportaut -{: that neatly all the fruits. the .
: ._ 't& and" Motto -u.s.--------: v.- in the estimation of tho-e I common to Fourth Amendment article, \vbich! they the Supreme Court. 1 ,
;- engaging I I West 1 Indies can be successfully( cultivated.Oranges themselves had contributed ,. .
to
.r.: ""M1o. ,-' _- I .-- .. _. .-- in this branch of industry., Ifinons, limes, citrons, Jua\\, Under these cirsumstances 1 would r.tif--submit --'.'- t -
Dealer' in GcHardware. T4Hjl i ; I I Fi nim Bczr.--The SavannAh AVici *
ACKSON Drv -
= JOHN! : apples say -
lJ"J 0 SOIL AND CLWIVTK. mangos, sugar alligator-pears, sapodillas to you whether it would not he wise .
81.r '
Tinwarrf; Xotioc!, Grocer, t l -\r MM cral week put tbn**who have noticiod \i
,!: and bananas .
pine-apples all
tcA ., ; grow without delay to enact a law authorizing'tl the receipt gtauuer Lizzie Baker will have .'
Crockery- ware, Saddlery -, ..-i*:-. 'b-"On for the .IVa.siou! Office. The climah' of..l"J.ri.la l'l1'falll'ut'' veil, and stand the ordinary winter with- \ Governor of Georgia to convene the I I notice that per manufactured has been a portion t i .

,. "' r- n. PROSEUV.P' in Dry Good, Hard- especially Fast: and I 1-niiiMilar Tlorida, {I out damage.! Several cocoa-nut trees members originally i elected I cf the regular freight from Flori da. This I Ibarreled

--' ware, Tinware, Stationary. Groceries te. .& partakes largely of a tropical character.In II I I I were growing finely on the writer's lot islature to ths Leg S and piclJed beef i ill from the betfuock.ij \'
Physician Surgeon J' requiring each to take the !hpn'scr \
Kennedy A Darling' oM.t.and. ordinary but Oat: ia e-Htitblishment sUUuUnl at Melonville, lloriill. \
seasonsucan bei cut down the
scarcely Wt'rt' by intense cold of'the
'' bed by the Reconstruction Act, on the St. John's River, an caUrprise re- \\ .
: J. S- LIGHTSEY Dealer ia Dry Good*. Gro- TAMPA" FLA. E&idto have any \\inter. Sometimes there'arc 13:winter.. They were, however, l and none to' be' admitted who are ineligi- ttutly inaugiuntfd and destined to ansuma' \ -
: light fronts, and (sometimes 'IVxas} only retarded little in their ) I! in idbtcr state. The beef \\ +
a
'. : eerie. Hardware, Tinware, (OocVerr-ware 1 : growth, as bio under 'I the third clause of tho Fourteenth large proportions our .
L- saaaleri&e.ALMitgbe1DtO2&; iDER3 HIS Norther sweeps across the gulf and gives I I j, th-y are coming up and look vigorous, Amendment." II brought here is deemed superior to Northern.
: t FOltSL us a few days of weather little and bid fair do and thuse who haused it eipress a decidedprt .
a too cool } to well, as the extraor iul\-
.1. to tic citizens of ." -1 Ii ,
ces Taipa : I for it. I ill be the
The freedmc-ti t'nnce oen by receipts
declared
s1r.n'l I for comfort to those who I: cold of the winter are to be mak- .
; Tauipa Oct. lith 24 hardly know I ry early did not injure per same stenmer that 103 barrel have been .

.-- .- F. BRAKCH, Surgeon. Practicing. Fhysicin. -_- .!--... -:_:.- vrhat winter is. In the latitude of Tampa them. i ing rapid prlrl's1 j the means providedfor brought to thU market mot of which finds '-

Dealer St.ore-W.birlttoa in One* aad ILedieio.tr*.t *opposite* Ferris'I MERCANTILE. it is rare to have a night cool enough ,j Perhaps some statement concerning the 1] paying the interest on the national ready sale the rcma.nder being shipped North -
bo teturned
1 to and eaten
brought
:S-? _-_ _--' to make scum of ice over a bucketof l cultivation and profit of several of these .:, debt ample, and the attention of Congress ] morkt.t for which a large advance as pnmalulton -!-,
-: 1':. R. B. POST. : water. Sweet potato'jll's usually : fruits would be as '
MISCELLANEOUS. A. M. HOBBY remain -j acceptable as anything is called to the loss of pili d. -
: green through the winter, and 1 can write. our commerce resulting -
.
--- I'umlwkins -. .
::2;:: ltRAU F. Blacksmith Wheelwright Buggy remain and from the war. .
H. out continue to bear '
POST .
& HOBBY Orange, Limes ami famous.When I I A CCBE FOB no -A raluable diocorery ;

: : SIiop 1I.ker.to.-Head of Franklin .Ireei.U. through the coldest weather. The cold the stocks of t the native wild orange can It i is recommended that'the Senators was accidentally made by workman in France !

(If the past winter was unl'n.>(.'dt.ntt'd. A I be obtained, it ie best to get them and and Representatives from Virginia be who, some little tun* ago in varnishing VST- : -
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of anll'' rioui* jiiect-s of metal scorched himself most ,
large the
:- WE18SBROD. Commission Morchants part mangrove bushes, g bud into thl'm.'ll'n this cannot be I promptly admitted and the State restoredto drradlully. In his agony, and without aninstAnt'lI / .
: S' v.Man nftctnrer of Saddle* and IT rn" same of the more tt'DIIl'r< spends of fruit j done thrust .
: [ t they must be obtained from the its place in the of reflection he his injured hand ..; -
t trees; Wt-re killed. Some of t these must I l seed. The only objection to this is that I family tates. into the pot containing the Tarnish an! _. / ;
J!'F.'FLETCllEU; ; f New Orleans, Ln.0 have past fifty winters in safety. During I 1 it Such legislation as will insure a gradual iiumodiAtely felt relieved salt by enchantment. ,, ,
requires to the .
a Ilul 'r period get trees -
Baker and dealer iu Conf.ct.ionarici
lid the
fora
two.
: the fall anilvinttr rp-ati operation day or :
sdOroeeri.W.LSWEAT.DeaerinFsznhlVGrOC'Tie4. months the weather i is [! into hearing. When the wild stocks can I return to specie payments, and put an and iu a short time as ect1ycured Thodrcovtrv *- / _'

usually dry-only occasional showers ; ; be obtained four: or five years will be suf- immediate stop to the fluctuations in the attracted considerable attention In the .f

in till sp. ng tbrn? an more freqiunt f.l't'nt from t the sml it from! u' cU; rhood. At Meiz he waa sent for to -' -.
; requires value of .
V currency i is recommended.funding -
.
LvttToI1DWOX showrs, but until after.the middle of euro *oiue men injured by a powder explosion; .
J. FERR & Jeweler A Auctioneer. Opposite I Jay not more than sufficient to i' six t to iirht. Generally at six }eart old, : The of the public debt at and being Buc"cssf iU heA'ai directed to apply -
bring a
; Drag Stor lIaN nao JonxW" JAC'1t.o : up if the trees have been attended. t h'. the : his cure to pntienU in the hospital of Puria
-; "u. G. ftntu I nIT I'Roskrs. the seed planted and keep them in thrift* : around around t tb} *. t trees wrll enriched. low rate of interest and the .mlemnfion.-- 00'1 --. !I where his treatment for burns wo iWJn found '._ -

j:; .. 4 CITYDl'UEC'TOiir.-;::--;'-- Jnpe! 16tli 1869. IV condition: until I the first of June J \vh-n the and kept in j tI.li1th).] t t t thry may 1 I'll ex- of our currency at its market value arerecommended. to bo more efficient than the old method. .

-- I rainy season usually commences, and l lthro' peeled to bear, on on average, :00 oranges I -.-. --- ,. ".

CHURCHES. ,. A. rmsoox-, A.-i. hILL- L ?. raN1'OTnN. the summer months, and sometimes to each tn'" From 'his their production j I I A They f 11 ft oar-it\1" t.tory in the Templ.ofei'hiet : :;"t'
of
extends into postponement) t the
September, and occasionally increases subject of re- : ( lUrou IVUock. that one who wiHhe him .. 'ii
Metnodist, Ren W. E. Collier. P.i E.. comer"of rapidly. At t ten t thrywill j :'
: W asbinton and Lafayette Stree U. Servicf Peterson Hill .& Co. into Octolier. During t this jH'riod t there average J 1,000 ; at twelve, 100.- .i ducing: the revenue) until the next meetirg i to ri.l(- waited on him and hinted it,- ngge.ting : .-" -
showers ,, it tor hill own sake with view to tha : ;
are entirely r. :
usually
and7 Sabbath ScUool ai 9 every day, lasting 1 of ; is I
I It is
at 11 a m, p. m. not uncommon to have individual. t'oiigress recommended. of .
jirol.inijatjon* bis valued life, Ac. The
own ;
from
fifteen j
T- am.Baptist.. WHOLESALE GROCERS to thirty minutes ; occasionally ,I,: I trees bearingJ.OOO/ ), and, some, have been! j The. n'c('ipts of the Government for I old m:in M..\ and. mud, with his Rnm dryKritaty .
Rer.3. C. Craft. Pa i''. Services at11am. tkcrc will bo a cessation for several said to double that number. The I "Will -ou Auico with me?.. Thpiest : '
trees
and 7pm. Sabbath School ai 9 a m.Catholic. days, and occasionally I'CH'raJbowl'rs. i: are }planted at the distance from t :j the B cal year ending June :UHb are stated tit..1111.\St.tI as the Lord Chief Riron ;'. :"....!

Rer. Father Lannd ere Pastor .Ser- ANDDEALERS each day. I i i I to feet. I" venI : to be $3O.H3i! expenditures, who pndod himself |particularly U|on hi. lotjn t' 'f.
and S pio. 9 the : ty thirty-five prefer twenty-j I Inan; to tapir about with certain youthfulvivacity. :
Tiees at 10 AD. : Near coast the i is : 1
:- t -< _/ f of. '._, country general ;', five, which will give sistv-ninetoanucre. a-Jl,490'J97. The estimates for the S'cinR his vi'itor tand.nK b"Qrprl- t ,',t' i'/
IN ly low and flat-known here as"flat wood" : Ten will nuke ., wd be <>r d to him and said\ *.Wfll : \.
I acres a grove of convenient ensuing year are more favorable to the .. cnp uj .-t f f'li'
LODGES."HiINboron Its growth is generally scrub pines and size: and band do if you .l u't dmc with me, will you bo; with \ 'i\'
one all th
low can <> Government: and it i is recommended that : me?" And with that he to him ,
palmetto bushes. It Ls < fujuored np ,
1- n' Lodge Xc. FA M Meets lUrstrrn usually wet work of .
ii A. : it after
cultivating it is ;I
probua planted i' and half m fiurlr boxed
at 7 anipoor, and unfit for anything but the surplus in the be used jest half in em-meat, .: ..
first and third Saturdays ii' ach month range This would give 690 trees to the grove. treasury in tho I him out of the room. The old Chief Baron "\t : : -
tattle. "
t- v b'e\eek 1'DJ" for Occasionally there are tracts' Until the trees come to bearing size, the pun base of Govtn.nunt; bonds. The had no more Ti!toN anxiously inquiring after ( ; :::;

:.._-z. ., Royal Arch Chapter Ko. ,mutl every 4th Corner of Pojdras and Tthonpitonlas! Sts, of rolling pine: land, with better timber : ground can be planted in desired: bonds Ijpretofore Ma health, and BuggetUcg his retirement. 4 ,t : /.
:. Saturday in eacd month, 7 p in. and soil, that with moderate any crop purchased and now held ..--.
fertilizing '
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__ care being taken not to injure the --. <
trees
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NEW ORLEANS will produce well. Such J l by lh,> Treasury imount to :
locations are S75,000,000 "i'
while by crowding t tb> with other :
young m Oeor the Ullet in the UnitedNew
: men
POST NOTICE.HOURS. generally free from annov ing insects and The creation of na prows' :
: OFFICE growths. At ten years they maybe the office of Commissioner Stat-e.g Yok averages th* ah.rta.t.i I :

::: ,- --:-. I 3T Agents for John P. Tollc' Paragon & furnish pleasant residences. The first considered\ to be in full bearing condition i of f Customs Revenue is recommended :
J'* .; .. ',.omCE' I Palmetto rlour.JumelSlh settlers of this region generally devoted -i TToocipr named Thc-nm Brand. pat 9tlm .
nut will
then
J 1699. IsT.I3ERRIEN their attention almost exclusively to cat- generally average 1,000 to also the ircn-ase of the salaries of,: powder in a sUivo to clrnn out a pipe, and tti I.: I'
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"' .r sA.xtae.exceptthiudays.4L4ILS CLOSE. tle, and their only mode of fertilizing was the tree. These at one cent each sold on certain elates of otEdals! : an increased 'leaned out his house. .. ..
': the tree, the : ;
.:_ Jforra EosrcK5'>n WKSTCKTVedaoadaya :; OLIVER, by penning their cattle on small spates of rsk; and expense purchaser of marketing being ,at will all yield the i.ational bank circulation .to replace three I I P\ jenlon killed a Michio playniat yonth becauMi cf thirteen he threatened stabbftlnnd .7.":1-"
and 8 M ground which then .'
.. ., MAILS Saadayi DUE. .r t were planted in potatoes SIO to the tree, and the whole grove will l per cent certificates, and the repeal of i, to "out him cut in: the aflkcuoiw of the girl I :. .
TallahaiseeSentine ., .
Editor & or cane sometimes
Late Piopnelor sugar or .
he
l'om.- loved.A
Wednesdays .Saturdays 6 o'clock. P. M. As the country is now filling wit Iipopulation brine the sum of 60,900 per crop-a very laws allow ing shares of fines, penalties I I : \' :

Coast MaH on"arririlol'\ft; mVrs from Sew the for up handsome crop and income for the outlay. find forfeitures to officers of the pn.r; of twin were re<>*ntly born on j.- 0 '
-'P T' "Orleans aM"Kef Vast. COTTON FACTOR range cattle must be Hut these long cultivation and govrrn.inent r"u'Ivl"ni.r lrO I train. Their mother f .
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r years *
: in a great degree taken up, and! a different waiting-what is to be done with them ? I i:. or to !informers. fttiditaay! : <* made her nek to ride in the cart I ", :_

; TERMS. OF COURT.. gmmi55iau utfjiit-b : mode then of fertilizing tracts of ndopt land{. Occasionally Itanww*.-All you have to do to filr''i Legislation to place the office of Com- |I, A Western orator RtwaVinz of th battle of i.: i f ..' .
are called
'ham- .
I of
r ; f up this is to plant the same groundwhich missioner Internal j Bull Run. said : "The Federals ran so fan : ,";;
CTH JCDICUV e't armnrc TUX.Xenraido. gap, Revenue on n follt-I I "'
mocks. Some
of these that
the hJtack
I are large ; in j rattled in thy stomachs : .J :
< .*' the thiN Nobdaj* in' March.Hillsboru' is occupied with I' .
-ASD- this your ormgl'/tl1\1. jug of dignity like beans in a shet t-iron .
commensurate with its im- .
,on the fonnh Monday- in March. .I vicinity they are generally small, embracing in this most delicious and productive fruit. j I pan. \ '_c.','
I Polk-Sd Monday ,after 4th Monday ia I I less than one hundred acres.These .- portaiice is asked for. .
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j. PURCHASING a.dFORn"ARDI.'G In its native tropical climate it forms a i ii i A lady in Kentucky is reported to have died .
GENERAL >
': War*. A GENT are very fertile, and will produce large pSrt of the food of the inhabitants !i Strict neutrality and a faithful ob!er- from immoderate laughter over the arrest of < ._. .. .

.:t b ManataA-thh-d-lloiday after tie fourth any crop planted without any farther en It i is propagated l by suckers of General Ba tier for htealing ppoons.I ; ._, ..
coming vance the laws N'natons
up ; i is ,
Monday inMsrcb.: *' No 97 BIT STREW. riching. The growth of these tracts of recom : "

Monroe. County. ?ri4 first, Monday. b..Way.TUM. (over Wilcox,GibLt & Co.) land is a mixture of oak. sweet gum, mag. grows around off thn readily root of when the parent transplanted stem, and and nH'nd'dth; regard to Cuba.Attention i I. cf Eugene the totmi'Ulr has safely cnnal ml\J f fu made?. the If her psa has .fi,.-.---" ':.i4. .

0 nolia, and other trees common to this lat- yi1tl'r largely. In i is called to the Darien canal: Mud can i?"l tliDaijh bbs straits ai well, hero .' ;
:- JPu..cl\-1It MOnth5 4th day. p.! .Savannah GeO. itude. The growth on the land generally planting orangesit .ill bejij' i:"--;>eakHbIe at the Tuilenes, i",_ ,.
with .; ;

Cf \ may beset out at the distantc< of about a statement of negotiations!; now "
411' : ispnrely pine. In some iti i is V Moat in" lU for 3
$ parts 12 feet rnp-r ( the o\ni1.\ti"n I "
'or Oo apart, so as to make of with .
onninebtsofCottOn Wool one row pending regard to it. z.
:; 4 iD r/t / Corn. Syrup :I good for building and lumber, in others it i ic.faf :ip.n-" "1 voIznto.r$, who snail UAXQ.Xj ';
bananas between ,,, *
"1' :1 ., : \j II idea. Tobacco, Rice, etc.. upon which i is hard to split, and timber for rails hardto every row of oranges.- The matter of the Spanish; : gunboaisj!j J ii'n>t\ 1"l'wu" th-y kill, aad s lo have ,. : :,:,'I
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; ', .1 liberal adrance will be made when desiret' -j jpersooalattsation It will come into bearing in two 'yt'ars. fall h.'r--s ..a .Jubles captued ; but it exj \
4&p. -. giren i to the siV of all I] find. :1 and asjt is well supplied with suckers it detained'at. ,. New York w referred to the j J'PH. >S a duubt if( "Terflir Ashley will IHI.-U I J'. t..o.. .
r. p" I 'T.d1cce. ly -j The soil on the pine lauds i is I t<> m wi-H i < .,
i- -f ; ap gencraJly 1 II ktt'pup a suoccsssion of hearing plants j i Court* ? dcmaud-i through ftr..of tha 1', .w of >_
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: General-"ews. CONGRESSIONAL II Pearce of Maryland Judge of the Fourth Cir I I With referencetotheSsbuban.( NEW-G.oO S1. .
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Porter C. Blta says that all members'I December C.-In the noose, Buckley and cuit.The held H I. '
.' c.'U" < ;-H., I V I Elections Committee no meeting eral Prim is charged with having backedout : : I
_ _: _ of the Masonic Order in Paraguayrerc BdelL of Alabama and Cox of New York ._-.3_y. V because ; .. .. t
of the sale of Cuba Napoleon -' --
_ : ,it' -Jt } .DE 1869.MITCHELL butchered by order,of lx> were admitted. Shepherd and Dock from I P. JL-The revenue to-day amounts quarter V .
.24" pez. Alabama, approached the bar but were of a million. add Clarendon admonished him not to- sell, 7BT LAST S EJ.EEt f .
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-r -, flENRY L' Editor There arc indications that Judge Er- ted to. At this point a recess WM o'I]-'I No appointment has yet been made for the and especiallj'because he could not makeas .
half-pastime, which prevents a synopsis of thePresident' Bench. The choice TT AVISO JUST ,RECEIVED '*most Com1 i
II& .L skine, of Gcogia, will be placed on the vacancies on the SuprEm much money out of it for himielf he .
for the noon I Attorney-General and elegant Slodc of 1
plet
message lies
papers. between
undoubtedly .
----1. .-P 'rue Mobile TT dl/>! Register, the old- Supreme Bench, instead of Attorney Gen In the Senate* Morton. introduced a bill to II Hoar pd Judge Erskine,of Georgia. Wm. MYrood wished. The whole career of Prim and V

-L ". 's\'D mocmic' : In tte 'South is eral Hoar.A reconstruct Georgia, from [Ohio, who was an officer under Serrano was one continued series of:jobs f .
paper V The credentials of tho Virginia Senators ; General Taylor was supported by Senator and peculations, and if they now seem determined Fall i Winter

cai3, to'have'reached.larger. circulation. Chicago dispatch"saVS [No serious were presented, but were laid on the table. Warner, General Sherman and Ohio influence.Mr. i to stick to Cuba, the inference is
L 'h' '.' trouble with the Mormons. is apprehended, Cameron presented a petition for the recognition -.I Spencer favored Humphreys. Wood has

r- than was ever attained by any Jouriial and the troops haVe been sent. I in the directionbf of Cuba, and spoke strongly in its favor. been one Alabama's. chancellors. ._ I t that they are sustained .hr* .money* from

: -' "South of Mason and.DLron's line. It u '.tau." Drake's bill restraining the Federal Courts I The Spanish Minister to-day gave satisfactory one or n&ki Europeaa'poTrtrs. V t
was presented. I assurances to the State Department that the Q'Q'q
: full of i interesting' ,and varied matter,bavT The Spmish'bank at Havana is about ATOTKOOSr SESSIOS. gUn boats now ai New York would not btI used President Grint hopes to hare the ta

able Agricultural" Department nt to issue in as an fcu- against Peru, and as a the Peruvian before the .
,ug in 6,000,090 currency In the House a resolution was introduced by consequence rien ship canal well underlay ,Which I have purchased in New York at low \

i1 ,,t. U Jreaide pver by a veteran, Editor and ditional loan to the government.The .Mr: Farnsworth of Illinois;; for the fcaedlau their Minister detention.in satisfied The Secretary and no longer has insistson therefore close of his administration, and to furtherthis er prices than formerly, on account of the decline '

mercantile vessel that passed restoration of Virginia.. General work has ordered the Secretary or! of.Gold and Cotton, and therefore mate ,\
'WoJeatfd grlcSltdrirt, H'.0.,C. Ung- V first directed Attorney Pierrepont to '
t thrtsgfi the Suez Canal bas beeh Wrecked After tome skirmishing on motion of Mr. enter a noEie proswui in Court to-morrow theM the Navy to detail a sufficient force to a reduction in prices accordingly. VCALICOF4 .,..
Llterafore
don. Its General Stokes,Tennessee the resolution
Poitry referred
was of which will be the release of the *"" .
1L Red Sea-tbe bark Noel l bound for Spanish of the isth
_ .st' k it v Yl-cceptable in the to the Reconstruction Committee. This action make the necessary surveys 4V

Bombay. is regarded as unfavorable to Virginia.' The Virginia Legislative Committee had an mus. No doubt is entertained that the f"
; the IAdiL ', The of She nod and Alabama I '. ".
1D: .rTbe cases DOT from interview to-day with General Butler Chair- treaty already negotiated :iwUl'be ratified SHIRTTh'GSP:
General Prim to the Cortes that referred the Committee VV
reports were to Election '
on
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: coming will with man of tho Committee on reconstruction, with Columbian and In : _,psflExTIxQs
a new the
year open by government,
A resolution '
I the
introduced
since the o commencement of the Cuban was referring cr
the view to immediate admission. They 'sillprc1ablybeznccesafulbutftiaadd .
I continued of Interest credentials of tho Mississippi and Virginia view of this fact that government has ac-
story, deep by members to the Committee on Elcc corded the United States tc
of thdxcot(distinguished. writers of'the thousand troops have been, sent from ; In the Senate Mr. Htewart introduced a resolution .tIIiion'frill be accompanied by required lift-mission to V JEAXS. t'--
pledge that the Constitution shall be faithfully :cause the requisite surveys to be made.
_ Spain to Cuba. ; providing for the removal of labtical
tiliy. :The price,waa recently reduced to carried out. V 3.VABURG&V '
; disabilities upon ratification of the, fifteenth
A $3'QO pec::Wf vbicb,for so large a paper Charles: Brown, who recently escaped amendment V WtsnncnoxVDeeember effort this morning to investigate 9.-After an the ineffectual recent !cgat t UOtiCts. '

[ ,!(ia.;pages,) Is extremely.cheap. from the Cheyenne Indians, says there I A bill to enforce Repcblican Government in gold horrors, the House resumed the census I. V AlgoiSIl1)eriorLot of V
Georgia was postponed to Wednesday next -
are a number of white boys and girls held bilL ,'
; bill that fit. VV
i'n This requires Georgia ratify the The President nominated John F. Dillon for Attachment Notice. AlabsiasPlaids, .
".tnwthr tn.East'Tennessee.ThefKnoiTllle "by them others Henrietta V
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captive among teenth amendment A close count V
.: Circuit Judge of the eighth circuit; this closes EN THE CIRCUIT 6ra JUDICIAL
of William H. Foyd! to the of theEunendment COURT '
l Floyd a daughter necejAory adoption I. V -
: Pius ,
Hickory
; Herald states the circuit judgeship.The CIRCUIT OF.FLORIDA ;, Stripea ,

_;_ that James Campbell; residing some ten of Boston. It is apprehended that Southern Conservatives tfponibh gunboats have been released. In caul for Jftrnando Qwmty toSjrin/i Term, tAISiO. V'V -V >" .

% miles from that place,has been growing the Spain's lawyer in this country i is Sid have been over sanguine. Bout 'ell's NEWS FROM ALL PARTS V 'V Kersey,, i ;.

; Several nations VrzjexA. December 2. Austria demands the Cassimeres, V'
% message. nun were sent to vs Attachment ,, :
.Mzn1: with, ire.6U. S.. Then. Fish His salary' is 40,000 in gold.- the Senate of those appointed during the re- sanction of the European Powers for her troops Felix Simmons, I ; I. I ;;

5emsti be no doubt that the climate of V. lIe hires spies and detectives for the cess. to cross Turkish territory for the prompt suppression as Administrator [Amount sworn to :- I Tickimga V V

'ttat scc'rioa! congenial to the growth of! Government of Spain, and is the adviserin VA5E1GTOS. j December 7-Noon.-The Senators of the Dalmatian insurreetion.M.VDIUD .. the Estate of Benjamin 1 I $63S. 2. \ -V V VV

;- ,. this! plant-and no good reason can be'asSigned contract purchases of arm!, munitionsof anti Members of the House elect and several ,December 8.-The Republicans have W. Sason deceased J Denima;.

j vhy.its general cultivation would war and commissary supplies. members of the Legislature of Virginia paid appoint a committee to investigate the cases THE DEFENDANT E' TIlE ABOVE EN- .
their nsptsts to the President this morning of the Republicans held for insumctlon. suit is hereby notified to enter big VV Lawns V'

1;: notprove a renruneraUve ,business. The V Commissioner Delano desires that all and thanked him for the recomesdation in his PARIS, December R.-The Prince of Montenegro appearance In Mid cause o. or before the third p ,

; Jdant, is a deep ey.erjrreen shrub, which, whiskey seized with stamps nncanceled mete The Tresident said that ho' hoped protests against Austrian occupation. Monday tho 18th day'of March next ; otherwise Black and White Mixed Repellant Gold Mix- 1

: wBen fully devtgPfft about five feet in must be held it is direct violation of that: the future conduct Virginia would justify Prnssia sustains Montenegro. judgement by default will be given against ed Repellant for Gentlemen's wear. .'
as a
I The asked the
1 him.
j- height'; Is hardy needs'no protection from delegation appoint- him.WILLI.
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the law. Any gauger neglecting to can mint: of Alexander Rived tin one of the new Dis. PARK, December 8-The ministry LAS r l' frost/b ars booatifully, and in October is cel stamps will at once l he dismissed. .net Judges.This *!. Clerk Circuit Court Ladies are especially invited to call and cx-r -.-V
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: crovned with beautiful .fragrant flowers. should pee'that the Election Committee appointed a subcommittee Glaw Bezoin wa elected Deputy of the Hernando, County. iminernystockof V > V V
fri FbefIlowingseason it matures, its seed Shippers of whiskey to consider and report on the Louisiana Fourth Paris District by bete'ute thousand IL L. Mitchell rIft's Att'y; V -
} resembh1ngihebuckwheat l which germi stamps on barrel are canceled before elections. Mr. Kerr is a member of thesubcommittee majority. NOT. 2th 1S69. 3m.UltH DRESS GOODS V ; ,

l' t. leaving their.warehouse. and in the consideration of the mile Ollivcr with thirty Liberal adherenU V V

t"t t .as'readily:as.other. .feed._ Louisiana cane is virtually made a member of is forming a new party from which formationa Jl'DlCUL ClICLIT, LADIES HATS '. : _"
i The Cuban delegation recently had an the Election Committee and con have his privileges l'arliamcntary Ministry is JX1'ih Me. :State of Florida. V

i."' ,**SotTff'C.ifcotferA's LIST Mix AXD interview, with President Grant, and regarding a minority report v. Letters from Madrid report General Prim as OrJertJ list the FI.OIIDA PEXIMVUB a FASHIONABLE BONNETS (late styles) V'F
strongly urged the recognition of their Iii the House copies of the message were being leaning towards the republicans. NV./.pap r puUiihedin the City ot ,Tampa

LIST DOLUJt.-'Ye hope we shall not struggling republic. The "iVcsident said referred to the various Committees. The FLORENCE December 8.-A ministerial crisis in sa'nl Circuit, be aDd th. Mm.'it hereby And Cloaks, at prices which will suit all ; \ ,

suspected uttering an. ungenerous ,. the part referring to Virginia and Georgia goes to ii pending. The King autotfees General Ceal- Jesignated as one of the Official pipers of
tb' laW that lx in matter
p- taunt when we say. that. South CaroDu oltoyed the Reconstrncaion Committee. diiii to form a new Ministry.LOXDOX V raid Circuit, and that this order be recorded The Highest Market Price will be given formal -
were plain but that Congress would probably SEXATE.-Mr. Morton introduced a joint resolution I on the ChaMery Order Dock and that the V : .
is not.exactly In a positiiiu! j talk about December .-The correspondent of kinds of 1WVVVf V ;
do something in reference to Cuba admitting Virginia and the Admissionof Clerk notify the Editor of the I'KXIMVLA of
the Loud'ou 7imu has Len excluded from
F"p dgingit last dollar and/ man to the
her Senators and lU-urescnUthex. '
after Home.LONDOX. this order.: ,
soon assembling.
O Tern D nt" In case of 'war. \W certainly Mr. Trumbull introduced a resolution making V Done at Chambers in the City' of Tampa CountryProduce.

A mean'no offence.in'asking whether The first Territorial Legislature of it penal for any nsember of Congress to re* December 9.-The .Vfic.. commenting this !9th November.. 1889.JAMEST.. _

would do better to Wyoming assembled on the 14th ult., at: commend a person for office, minimum penalty Od the lrbiJcilt"i message,says t'1emui.- V
Sooth.Carol Da .not IIEC
MAC .
five thousand dollars. cans want indemnity for their filings on the FREBELE'V
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C. L.
: think about devoting its 'last dollar and Cheyenne. Both branches' recently elected Ktccnion. of Ohio introduced a bill two- Alabama qut-stiou rather than for thir trade V JuJge. ,

man'toward the restoration of Us own are Democratic. Wyoming "is the thirds of both Houses concurring. for the re or ,pot ktt.f. Tamp P.loth, tf.

_ ; ImpoveriAhed resources. But no; it wants last, designated Territory of the United inoval! of political disabilities upon the adoption The price of Confederate bonds Lave adftnrodroasiderablv STAvE or FLORID*. 1
of the fifteenth amendment. \' under the new r.ropoi.odHtttlpmeiit County II.borough i JI J .
States. Gen J. A. Campbell i is the Gottemor. }
i'warnoti to add with
; nappy V
: we are Alabama .
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of the claims.
I The Committee on Election it-ported faorably M. 1'. Lyoa, Clerk of tile Circuit Court
the Government but with Spain. It cannot the credentials of Hoflins Dux and BEST INDUCEMENTS
on OALVESTQS. Doc nbrl.-Returns from forty in aid for the County ind State alurewud. do
i: wait'any longer fur the recognition of Sherrod. of ALibamo and they vuro worn in. cmintin, Ri\-e Davis 5.-1O'J< mnjnonry, and hereby certify that the foregoiugis a correct V I
Cuba. The thing must be done at once. A CrRiosrrr.-There is now on exhibition The Reconstruction Committee meets on ITanigan. for Lientemmt Governor tS.2i : copy of the original order now on record in EVER, OFFERED IX TAMPA V ,

at Mr. U. Curry's a piece of coral TJl11I'S la". ROME Docnubor 9. Tlie Ecumenical Council m.office., VV V _
And then comes the li dgt which we V
: have heard repeated late We I weighing 37* pounds, whch! will, upon The admisslcm Virginia A ia eipected on Fri- was opened by I the.I'OIH>., 700 bUhopi fob I. S,] W'ltnl'. my fcan-1 and seal of of. -4 : tl
years. day or Tuesday next 1 .'
being thrown into the water, float as a lam! the IVpe in procotision. flce.NoT. Suth. 1869. .
too,-should be glad to see Cuba quit of WAnrsr.Tox. December S Noon, In the I '. O.A3
M. 1 LYONS,
A I cork. Those doubting the fact can call NEW VOKK D ceml iT 7-Letters to the Trtbrrt ; : -, "
Spain once for all; but.there Is no,hurryabout ; House various bills were introduced for reference \ contain accounts of three cngagenitnts on Clerk C't Ct. ntlUboroogh Co. Fla. / V :
that'war. Visions falling prices and see for tbemselves.DLpakkA including one for sin allowance of one tho 11th and 13th of K01't'm1I'r. S Z : !

: and reduced ,taxation begin once more to petition has been brought ta Washington hundred oa! sixty acres of homestead land to The Siianiard att"cked Cuban poritiOn at Administratrix' Salo. -. ".4 ,_.. m .: r
holders arul sailor! *, and exempting their i
proprt M.uiunia in large flrcaud wt-rcrq-uL-A-d with 1 WILL HELL ON FIRST MONDAY IN -
c : float:,before the eyes of our peop'e.'i .- asking Congress to accord to the :tr iaftliwitli l ond-holders from taxation.In i I heavy loss.Subsequently. 1 I.'V .
in the Town
1870 of Urooksville ""
'i;' : Would it not be' rather a pity to destroy Infant Republic of Cuba the'right of a. .ill? Sw-L.ite. Mr. Terry introdn e.l a joint I' heavy column of Spaniards Utwten January the legal hours of mile, v =U'a. J 'V'V, (

the illusion this side. of ,Christmas.-Ne'icYork belligerent power, and to recognize her r'! Coa aboliahing test oaths with v me were rout.d at Aquada Del Santo, ntwr Trini .5 E-oaI'n.' C ,. V V j
pungEnt remarks in the course of which he : ONE DWELLING HOUSE t LOT .
dad. the Cubans '-
) ; Times. i independence.? Among the signatures They \\tre pursued by to the ;. t..J" ; -
said that time had their uscfulnofe
destroyed suburbs of the --:0--- 0 V
V \ situated in said town belonging to the Estate ..
-..., are manufacturers, merchant, statesmen }' A detachment of Catalans were annihilated of W. D. Onril. 11''. .4 ;.o : -: ; .to-. ,

From the'ob BegUter. nnd others. The petition is wound on a The President wa aslt' for information regarding upon the line (.1 railroad leading to Puerto Frincipe. ;ir Terms made known on d\v of Sale tHAEKIET L--: r -- VtV'4
the pro; -l'Si of the Cuban revolution.I Pm'-z _
reel and when uncoiled measures nearly E. LOCKUART -V.
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r TheSoath'sPowir. *. -4 c "
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confirmed
I M.-The J nat o-d.\y &lknapA **. cr. r
five thousand feet.Washington V -* &-.n''T" .-Art_ OfVtr. tn and ,*fcvi rT/4a JIT .jTvvlRJ.T The Revolution in Cuba. Administratrix.Dec. .: ; -/ V.
I. f The. homely old adage as to whatproves of theNav. &th, 1 S&. tIn 0 > J

'I i': the pudding is verified each day I City i it excited over an A nuiiiWr of nominations were referred to I I the IIivai.burning, November of cane fields 27.-and Giving sugar accounts mill is of at -rw r.-. .

'. :.'. in regard to the money power of the gent c m social life which occurred there \lu1IJ'4 committees including George F. Shct- present the chief occupation of the Spanish Urn; JUmrrtirnirufs.Notice I V 73 ; .

:I ..' South by the avidity with which North!''Saturday night. M. Paul Gerard, a ley. of Maine: for the First ; Lewis B. Wood I newspapers of the islaml. since I last wrote -

'J enterprise rashes to eat its benefita.I .- brother-in-law to.the Portuguese Embas- ruff. of New York, for the (Second ; William you. the plantations St. Isidore Santa Teresa,' : I
[cI of for the Third 1
,
ennon. Pennsylvania ; La Marpariuv Lr } El Cnpricho. Sun
: ,. 41 We hare harped upon the single string of! sador to the United States, was marriedto George.V. Pearce, for the Fourth ; William U.Woodo I i I Francisco La Lngar.-prrnnz Los Flores, Santa Maria !

I independence, vsqve ad nauseam. We Belle Wormley, a mulatto woman: of of _Alabama for the Fifth {'George A. :I| La RrRlA I and La Tuna have Urn burned \"'

C do not mean political Independence; but that place and a daughter of TI noted negro Yeomon, of Kentucky for the Sixth ; Thomas can hf Ids, sugar mill and i,antation build- I Recieved !
Drummond of Illinois for the"t'nth. and I PUBLIC ARE INFORMED THAT Just
vital commercial freedom restaurant keeper. There had already ingn. The aggregate loss n ST.mw.OtW.) THE
c that equally I..orenzSotr., of California, for the Ninth !1 These were burned it i is learned Lv the slaves: have purchased the entire t.Uxk of cut. .
-t from outside reaping of what we sow, : been much talk about the same couple, as Di!trict. No nomination was mudo for theEihht. I who worked them. The Govemuurfct was informed tic belonging to JAMES ALDERMAN. Parties ; V

partially Influenced by-but still divisible I the bridegroom seemed devoted and was I Auto Clurlcj Clinton for A*.L>fant of the plan and took measures to prevent using any of these cattle without the permission --

from the throes and spasms of party I I very assiduous in his attentions. Trcasu'er of New ()rhau.I its consummation. A heavy column oftroomliostnid of our agents previously had, will bj 20) Barrels FlOUT 20 .ks Liferpol Salt
The Senate caucus <-omwitt 's nominations !
I to the but prosecuted.
roighborho-xl. armed -
conflict. That the South work her
: can Irish Potatoes, Onion Corn 3fealOorn Grit
SAMUEL MITCHELL ,
General l Sherman, in his report, says : I \\'rr adopted. I too late. They took iifty suspected slaves '
own oracle.need repetition ; but we : Mr. Williams introduced a resolution that no.i, and shot them on the pot. Others they WM. B. HENDERSON.
deem it our duty to keep up friction on "1111 the army is on duty at this mo State hall allowed to withdraw its ratification -,300 lashes (.ad}j. An oroit.r in out to take gave}i.ri- Tampa, l>-. 2 2iL I mo.I Soda Crackers, Cheer, Conr. I Tierce goo V

'the callous cuticle that covers her enterprise ment. We have not a single i regimentthat of. th' Constitntion. Al-w a bill relieving Bonern a'l tLe while Ll*>rs on the pl.ututioa.!

'even at the risk of : may be said to lx in reserve' ; all are some fi\e hundred persons|frr>m political r apparent quack. and have calls for bihueh, whivh passed the llon..>. It i>a.ssed list It comes from Sts -. : ery., I Heaven, knows her people have on duty, ) constant the Senate, and goes to the IVisidf Among vlntticreolra and colored :n' were ; -

long enough applied to their own business more troops, which cannot be granw'-I I the relieved are Blanton UI1'Un. of'Kentucky_ I mercilt-sJy"bught<>red by a column of Cbiirl-| miTE HRM OF GRANT A CRAFT ha thiiJ. W 0 IF'0 ilIFWJm ?

4' system the depleting course of Sangrado ; I beg, therefore, your earnest and Judge Ackerman of <"-orjno. o. ris. It was rrjHirted that thi-fce hLo.t were day been dissolved by mutual consent
this matter, that Congress may be The Judiciary Committ were. djrx-U to alinut tip rise iu rb Ihon. All! were left whernhlaught The Boob and Account/ be found in the
and it needs'tho tonic action of facts such a
; appeal-I 1&hither within the border of the United -
i ed to not to diminish the military I enquire : f'L There were five wt> Uhy Planters hnu.li of D. ISAAC CRAFT. All person indebted -
; s'elsewhere reproduced to-day. The I' States the rights secured by trtarv rtipul.itious -I among th .ui. iiannil Juan ilenriques. Curios and! aU: creditors are KW'(>tHl to conic

!: words of Mark A. Cooper need no explanation. lisnment any further, because of fin* great or tho Fourteenth Am"nrlmvnt have Lt'tn i Turns, \ elite deli Tone, Santiago Morales, forward for prompt 1I.ttlt.nltnt.! EDWARD P. .psom Sit1 ltt, Wright'a. Pilli. I.auJonm Par '

: They are the ore of truth, extent of our country, the unsettled character -![ denied to any person.Th 'and Jorge 1 IIWOII.The full i, rffculurH ofthii GRANT will (outiuue biiMnew at the oil gone, Camphor,
HOUHV \> ('n I'g'.I on th'census. bill '
will be here
solidly hammered by hard experience of a region measured, north couth, I rmuwuwrc day alter to-morrow. StamL
"r -_ ;,! east and west thousands of mites the i! I '11,* Cuban (-. \ ll'{, at the h'.l of 1. EDWARD P. GRANT; -
'I and the reputation of their! fashioner is by i FROM W.\.SniXGT.V.( 000 Cubans attacked the Spaniards at Cuniauajagua j).ISAAC CRAFT, I'resiedTiii PantTin Cup of ill kind,

; tco old and too, wide for us to touch up-' nomadic character of tho Indians who inhabit I! i on the The battalion delos Vaii- Tampa nIL D'. Iftth 169. Cw
WA.UJ\GTOS. Xow-mhf.r 2"2.nn r4JJlfrd'ml.
& this region and the growing necessity I of this command them-
: on.Ye.would have every planter, evi>- !I T.-c fist in Ih'! l'n'ilal N'I/'s fnijntmr lintrtti conidiiH! +t ii.tingu.lil

'. ; ry merchant and enl thinker in the of affording greater protection to the 1--< to lt NIyr Il'imn.j'S fur Iin]>rifinmii L- : Mlvt.in this enjri.enjent Many Spmiaixls, For Christmas Crockery-ware

; : -' South examine these figures. They furnish road that traverse this region and the case (.f much interest wnslx.fire the Snpr.tnp I were Sainedra Uikeu, who I imsomrs was inlJnf-dint among I'hLot whc.iunm fur tot ,
and interests there} V Court of the tnitr.l Stitet .w. The title : having
mining agricultural )
'' : ;' much food .for thought. The kindred assa" "tl..llud FILBERTS
I of the raw is Hickinan tt>iinst (olhprii i ( \uro DR. ,
'S eutements of the Charleston Arirsmyflot i in. on error from the United_ Mjits i-tri.t Courvrtl1t'rn r rCltr.I V \J BUTTER;'Xtp3. llUbESS, PRUNES, ; entuckf Jeans, Blaek sewing SUk. escorted
:
1 be new. Theyare better j they :" Di-tnct c-f AlalJtml.1. IlicVman sued I I The troops nn.ler the command of Colnpl FIRE CRACKERS ROCKETS

., ... t.IA. Was-htngton letter writer a ert that df'ndmts for malicious prevention and tdneimprisonment. litbollo. iij rl\' all S('\nish regulars, recentlyattacked rOMAN C.XDLE.LBuI .. Coats' Flex V V
Threw Mixed .
'M', .".., wp< 1' President Baez has formally offered to In Irsw, pending the \\"ar. I i' l'liI.nun int1rhcti"nbt. near I'al- PRESENTATION CUPS, I Needle*, and a fin,

& ii'..'.:::" 4' _-* I give San Domingo to the Unitt.oJt3t(8 Hickmiu was indicted iu a court mttmg under WturilUo., TLoj" were nj stud routed All for role, very cheap bv ,
't -
: : :. ycw I Confederate authoiity, f.r treason against the I lilting the greater uutiibtr <>f th ir anus iu the C. L'FRIEBELE.Deft. lot of GenU fine Calfskin -
the condition that tho shall be
't : '" ; 'Th 3 "Washington correspondent the on same jndedt.Tat (Govcrnm_ Ui(>n this chargehe r fight. Ri-liollo was coinplained of by bk sub- nth. tf I
granted a territorial government identical onbnittH. aiil stat t<. 1'\'lIin.in chai'ns by the
,4'f f Baltimore: Gvxette of the 30th.ult.. : \ .is arrested and ronfinM in priv)n from -
; ; ,- says with tb other J loi-t mail t t .UIl'r. Some important en -
territorial genieuts V
governments Januan- Slay iu that \'I'u'% and. on his trial Shoes.
I ; : ("&or, f:Minister Sickle, under date of NovetnKef.28 within the jurisdiction of the United and aoi mttal. was discharged. He "'as.! ubjectM have rt
__ Jrr .1 .'; r 18G9, telegraphs Secretary Fish i States, with the same right with other I, U heavy esix-nse by the oinployuit oftfcoun'el i I The Cubans of NucMta.x Iuni..ht.llbt'ir mrisdiotum enemy of 'aa severely Jose.I -in TVr StfWifr, T'tj-'tilt'injH-cl: aid ]!l11ifvrl.
an.l other -hand his suitic
: cau tore-
; s
-I 'l follows: territories elect in the future Income' I of the '
to to t(n engn< nient.s. lAdies FINE KIP
) er that amount and fvr his J
i c- diuungeo iuipri>- BOOTS.
"I am authorized by the Minister of a State ; the only other conditions l being oumeut. j The Cuban jwtnot Senor ('lpr nt'r. hv'Kcubhot > GRITS. -
CORN.)MEAL V
\ ;:ri I C oules to,Inform you that Government I that the Dominician penpfrml\ \ first decide -!| Some of the defendants Lad acted ns grand naturalized in American hu own citizen.j-UntAtion. Ho was a LA RI). A lot of Tine POCKET KNIVES V V

'measures far Porto Rico will include local to aI'It'u )h ste'iou :jurors in the l.nf.'I1..rlttc Court, and in that .
.. ..:.: I by a vote ;l'fI chuiu-tfr: fonn the in.li nE'ut and ether defnLbtnts. -I ----'. BUTTER,
i :, J'" '. ,_, ':ji 8elf-go7ernment frtfepass public schools and that the United States s-ball assume Fine ,
".r ; ; ; un 1-r the same n.ruhnrin111..1" the I Not l... TEA.KEROSENE Combs Rubber and Horn Dres'
OIL.
ng a.o Beimrbody figured the I "c.m1t
r ;11.'It. impartial suffrage; gradual I''I'I the debt and other public obligations of arn'st. They d f.nd-d thtmHclvi's upon two V amount t $3\ .iiT,
t ', :'f ( abolition of slarery; civil the Dominician government, amountingto grouu.li Fn,.t, that tho court was a legal one, : will be asked to pay in aid of variousfcchetuev LEMON CI'CKIRSPILOT BREAD, ToLaccl, Chewing Tobacco cte. Smoking :,

4." !I rights without distinction of color; dom- something more than Sl.OuO.OOO. 'I'hel I ..; CbtAbh-Lctl by a pounmcnt: defido.Secondly ,.- '. such oa railroad, rulAl.c.. "The Fr hale by C. L. FR1EBELE \ "f theaye) andvsriouart11.to05 V j11
lH-an the plalntia as they i ll'g l. I merousto ,
j, V iciliated foreigners to vote for town officers area of the territory to be ceded to the I }'irticijwted in the n'It-Hion. The court I brood of vimpivrs increases try day and uuI. .I above inducement iefltOneefl be bought aDd the -
tn'thts.. of
i is
> less rt'lutc trout
prrsrfnted deluaniLs
__ JVV V e1L t after aix months' residence, and for members United States is between fifteen and twenty -,'" below orrulil the Li>t ground and raM a or at le&l careful discrimination tx-- wco A\1U GIl't'nbad:. LleaUiog early ODe "we Dollar given in : V

.,. V of proTindal council after one year, thousand square Bnl=, or alxnit one- njwa the second that it the jury found :t-rri'-.l. the thought; of r.n early extinction of N At BUGGY, in V great inducement& Ja.L caU for are what oCreriDIC V

i I '. .dad that tbe'e reforms will in good faith half the island. The population of tin entire thit the reb.-iirtn.t-Lititia"loyal v>as to not th, United Cunag>'|1\tile', I the public" debt iiiay a* well be dismiatMid at A good order. Essay I WIDht the old.tao, ofGRANT you T;

':"- V V V be extended to Cuba when hostilities ceaw, territory numbers about 1 1CO.OOO. The ', he (fluId not re mr, and the jury fouud a vcr once. .. niuninR and J ju t. & CRA1"T.
; muted this I will sell the buggyon ._
: .:" and deputies are chosen in accordance venue lat year was, in round numWrs.SSOO.OOO. did f.'r Jdt'lI.lantJ\ to the 1 loyalty to the to country. : No. lth, 1S69.
i Senator Urownlow says in a private l lt reasonable terms. Can be seen at my store. -V .
: Vith provisions of Article 188 of the Span- The naval force patehed to Uii ilwl 'tat.Clftht i laintitL 1 L. G. COVACEV1CII. I
V V There was evidence from which it was said er : "Should I live to take Int at in
Iii Constitution." the island i is to sustain Baez during thenegotiations Dec. 13th. 2w. : T. F. WESSON FLA.
I i in argument, the jury might have found that I the Senate my friends and enemies alike I OF
,;; V This is looked upon here as likely to now pending, and it has been although the pUintitf was at first disloyal to shall know how little truth there i ia in the Y.UWS SEA ISLAM CuTlONAG 1. "

L '. settle the ,Cuban question effectually.Tbofactis .- deemed advisable, owing to the possible tte Umtd SUU-N he in good faith returned to statement that I have forsaken the kepublican -i,, GOO (;KO. i ,I WITH
his and continued until the close olrebellion
( -V
our people are tired of even..objections 1 of Spain to our getting a foothold -I loyalty For sale by :
the and that this was his condition party, juiced thHt.mocratic C. L. FRIEBELE. ,
V the name of Cuba; and they have about ," there the force should be large I when ho was indicted and arrestwl. The ease; or aided in seeking the election of Andrew Dec 10th tf IOORE JENKINS & CO. I i

i ',''V'V V come to the conclusion that the revolutionist -f enough to cope successfully with every wasargueilby lion.. llevt-rdy John*>n for tile Johnson.*' I ,. \ V

; V to use vulgarism) have "l The scheme will pLuutiff in nor, ixud hnbmitU-J on brief llieh- :
: "gone up. jw-ssible emergency. I : STEp STE'R.
II .
J. tird W. Walker and Geo. A. Gordon of ALvl I .
iV I V They would be glad to have the mattw I doulul$s I lx set forth in the President'si'lncssage i 1 dtfendiuiU. V- .. O V. Grocers
couustl for '
The Government Works
I
k% definitely settled, and that before the destruction to Congress. !| It wi:1: be M-en that both qne-ftions are of at Ifarper'sFerry I -
of the whole which V 5utmt the firft involves the was lately frold at auction. For V am now prepared to rapiny the citiulIlIl ,
;:: sugar crop great public ; I
._- the musket I with Fresh Oy,tera.; at all hour, ni>d in'en
imminent. i right of secv.ion and the legality of the Government -|: factory16OOOwas received, I
have lost
-- now appears the of 'Cuban They I We learn that an interesting revival ol r", e tabhsh<*d under it, and the other :and for tho riffle factory $3OOO., The : quantity, rlther raw, tewe-l, fried tr I 229 & 231 Front Stroot !
-' faith in profession .
patriots"vho whether originally concerned in rrb-l- pickl I .l!l. It reiuontblepric I's
V V :- is progresingin the Baptist Church a party sale includes the buildings, grounds and also be served hour in the .
leave Americans to do all the fight religion lion could not resume his loyalty and have the 1 Meals will at any *'. Bttkma.SLrce- V..sr -

_ V : : log, while they air themselves before New. of this city. Th Solemn ordinance of. protection of the Constitution and laws of the water-power attached to them. l day. 1 1 ,
) V 'nito.lWE':1.S (>l Dispatch to the Hal j -- S- liri; me a call 1 at my jalooa Mar the F r- .
: and will,
York hotels although an effort
V z;:: V probably be;made in Congress to secure'.baptim was administer to fin j'ersonsV: timor Stn.rGo. ''It i is reported in Dublin that the English rj' JOhN OLSOX. I Jarnbl9iofK. /:..1 J. NEW Y.,.RK ;VV l

:rY9 the recognition of Cuba, few think it will I''.on.l lart Sabbath, Rev. Mr. Craft. oi riiting. jcf, ;.';J b11'.un.L.Tn< :. IVrf appointed mber 8.-Circuit Wm. B.. Woods;* of;, Government purposes sending large nrilii i I l'r r'rictor.n t! H.S4i>
: V ; r \ euccecds ... .-Key U.c..t Jii+j.:(". t the Fifth Circuit.lEginia and George A. i tary reinforcements over to Ireland. Sth 'CO. \ 3l-tf."'M1sthla69' "TV. lf. -J..tl. .


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All the littlo folks,are anxiously, look (( jH' llaacoas rbsJ !/ ,.
!ke toifW! o 'rr.\5ular' : dO JUrotrusnmnls.AFDLL AT WHOLESALE ,
; ing 9r. Christmas'- looking forthe' old '/ .

? o'\\WEDh AY; DECEMBER 22d. gentleman with his rich \presents; _and ASSORT !1 I E N T,I I j J ttA.'SI 1 ; DRY GOODS, \ I, .,.. '; a

bless their ,little souls, especially too lit : > I .:. \:r. 'J
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}X.OCAL.lIt TELL, I G ENC E. tie girls, WB hope jbat,they, one and all, OF tl]

w may fully realizo: their most sanguine anticipations : FOE _
Z.&iIZZaY
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\Vtoaeatltliat... :tom% to TOUr "friendBlumentJulf :E: = -
/ Do to the little chil- ,
give
: '" ,,: ; .. dren and make" 'them, '11 ppy.-, "Giro to the PALLAND '.._. 1! "J.., ;;t 1" S .... FAIL AND 1 WINTER :: N

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Jack Frost visited Tampa on Sunday little Po.chilar.> u and make them happy. ;:: '

,nIgbtTul
>iK.- t-; J "Merry Christmas: to all our patrons, Pj'oclamat&on. !: : ". / >>

,- and a thousand thanks for ,the generous ': .. / .
PERSONAL.-Hon. H. A. Crane. of have to the Pen- ti ,.'. ". L. G.. CovacevichJUST : I -
support they. ever given .
:x \ \\ : ,
= BY
s Key "West, is spending a few days inTampa insular. The Peninsular has struggled .. ,
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:r on through many .tri .Js, and still livesand OPEXED.J. ",,'

young are getting a still prospers, while many Conservative LEWINSON' & BETTMAN L "4
_. up ., A fine assortment of Shawl. Btaaktt. Flea '
1! ti* auinberoT: [: socdablei! daoces., bye, for the papers i in the State have ceased to GO 0 D S, nela. Calico. Sheeting Stu r tin g.Jeans, Balmorals -'' '
,
Ckriafmas' "holidays.Tegul&rly 1 exist and. it ,has,, lived to witness Jtho Tiekin .,, Stocking, U1UbarrTabl : ;
TO 1'111:, CITIZENS OF Glothi, Denim, DLafa.. PacU Cloth. Al- '.
f ;'1)\\ -r death and stUd as chief,mourner, at the . pacea. Plaid*.Stripes, Hickory,Linen, hand"j,
er4rp OaptG'fu k t,'-i9H4 of at least Radical the kerchief*, Collar, Merino*, Jacon.ta, Wn'Gr :, -'
engaged carrying beef-cattle grave one paper;; JUST RECEIVED BY Hitlsborough Manatee Herhando; Polk. Sumter Calicoes Cambrics Drillings, Gaaaimeren _
from Punta ex-"Xose Rag," and, expects to see.. the V.ils, Ribbon Gloves! Lawn and a tine lot of :

: Roan to Harana.. dyhig'.jftruggles-I more of the sameclast. Ladle DrctB, ,Goods, Ae. i ,.
and adjoining Counties ': f ,
3 oj
to-bard :: .I.'.. '' E. CLARKE: & CO., YANKEE NOTIONS, ? r ,;

'' ,- The colored people are,making suitable lITc 11.\VEOI'E ED IN THE ..BROWN Bl'ILDlX: AT TA A \
marsh. We
are disappomted., -o XIQ-
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Fr}ww{ preparations to celebrate' the anniversaryof HAnd now offer FOIL SAL, one ot the LARGEST STOCKS OF GENERAI., Ready-made CLOTHING, .j'j '

Trade is very brisk. People from the their freedom, and it is to 'be*loped A Fine Assartncnt of Calicoes, DelAine LADIES AND GENTS HATS/ "j

w aa z > country are laying in their Christmas supindadin' that'they will have- good time, and that li. .Ohallcy*. Alpacca, DUaclied; ar.d Drown Ass o r t e d Merchandise J t
Cotton Onabnrg/ ?, Jean. Cass mere! Flannel: :*.
plies, g something! to ddnl;L, they will do nothing that will have a tendency Brown and White IKenlucky Jean. ]llickcry ,
GhiKhan' Dome- A ASSORTMENT OF = ,_ '
to engender hard feelings between Stripes Tickings Striped ? '
z Wh&t.bare the good old l ladies in tho tic. Ladies ]Hose, Half llofe, Handkerchief*, .'
themselves and their white friends. The Ribbon, Buttons el( alt descriptions) Le. E\cr Remove 1ro'r 0 South Florida, :
,, : country done with all their hens. Eggsare day,for Ringing such songs as "Jiang Jeff. A fine lotofRcady.Made \ D Boots &, Shoes, ;.,<

';.jr "niighty-scarce .abou,th\s\ p cc. Davis on a sour' apple tree," has long Selected with the greatest t care ly Mr. I. IH.U.TIENTIIAL.: ; the roaikel ,.i' (,.f......

: Clothing, KOSTON, NEW YORK, PHILADELPHIA, and BALTIMORE;, at the .* J"4 -, ",""A'
w"' The Cedar. Mill Is in fall,,blast. .Par since pa;-wt'. TLrro i isi! nvitual good will SPLENDID STOCh'Oh. ,. ': -
; : ':; ./
lies'having'Cedar for'"ale can'dispose ;of betwcfathemcen, and H' should rot be LOWEST :MARKET CASH FIGURES V ( .-

it to 3IeKsrs.,. Lewinion and,Beltuoau. disturbed. The while people should do BOOTS and SHOES, Hats Crockery-ware, ,- : ,

.. .{ nothing,to disturb the coloml! people in ,Tin STOCK n complete in all ill department Of '''''

The cattle trade is. risk at Fort Ogden, their celebration and the colored ; "'i,

JUoatee. and' other places' on the- east, :, should not so far, forget themselves people as to HARDWARE., :I:>>:ry c\- ods,. m WJ mIlJ { .,.i. .-.'

The demand for beef I increased 'i
baS'ely
do any thing which might give offence to "

.' ''; tr' in Cuba,and our stock raisers find a the white people. Ifor oIPyw II' OJWOODWARE 113113'' R.ELLAS: &0... &c./: ::1?

ready market for their beef..at remunera\ > Such lilt DOMESTICS. PRINTS, LAWNS, sLAINE3.. WOOLENS, FLANNELS. BLANKETS ... ,'-.
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Tampa Prices Current. PHAWLtf. lRGOODS, LACE*. WHITE GOODS, CLOAKS. CLOTHS, HOSIERY: :11 '--r I "
l'T_ St"li live prices.' NOTIONS, :SKI: 'UTS. tc. c ..
." ] 'S
COKKCCTED O. FECKll... .. ZI. alwayi baton hand the but I 1'0' '
eV.. WILILY BT a' quality ( f '
:'rlfIsifc' We leader our most ImmUe thanks to I. Our Assortment oiI .'t t 2

4 ,, I. Meurs. :,&winso Sc Belt man for a new Long Staple Cotton (in the teed) 9 a lOo per Ib GROCERIES I -, 1' '

'- ,- y" r '': .. '.Rv hat, without w>bicb..we could not come Apple. Dried. Ib, 20c Honey, per Ib 15c ( J itJ,1r5 & Ultl.rl.'Jl 1 tf 1 BOtJXS 4' SHO/ES 9:, I ,'.
Bread, Pilot, Ib I0al2e Hay per cwt $3: .
out on Christmas day, as our "old haf "* rlb15c1fiJe,.dry lb. lOalSc I IAiJ
,- ,; had become awfully dilapidated. Wkat Butter 2tV llama. a c. Ib 2.a28c SADDLERY &C. i I Irarit 1 amt utcnqj ire. contpri? nj; mx':;, BOYS; YOUTHS BROG AX MEN"S {BOOTS' I)- ..... '' '';' ':
French pr Ib 20 Lard per H. Sue' HAI. t01AI'hue: *, LADIES': MISSESand:: ClI1LREX S SUOI : -and. OAIl'lLBS: in any ,
about the boot DOW' Where .will we Butter, Goshen, Ib SOc Molai-!"ello Fla pal. 50c quantity: and of all qualities. I.
get them? country lt- 25;":SO Potatoes, JT burg 73o; A Fresh; supply of I P R 0 V I S 1-0) N S. 'I ;;
> lb
< CoflVe.! rr 27a30 ."Irish, rr b\.1\ 14a3 -
,: '. 7j; ;:...'... ;.', Chickens per doxru.13 Oil, Kerosene, gal. ?1 11ie 'FAMILY GROCERIES. @.G1 R G rnr fJ L'1 If 11fi >3 I'1IlII' ff '@. < > (Q) JID, o 'J
; .:,;- .&.?:.'* We had no Northern mall on Saturday ( '! errlb l SO Rice pr H. J 15c FLOUR of all Grade, :, I f v
handle, ft Ib S0a40c Sat Liverp, .V, $'!j I Batter .
last-the same old tale, no mail received. 'Lard Sale, Cern Bacon ShonlJ ? '..,
<_ ; Corn pr bnh. HoaltiO: Bas pr tt ?h ;1 lj} .t CtHirLETK LIVE .OF, STATIONERY Pork r !
,,-' ,, ""j-..-.' ,, ",>,. at Brooksville. 1 from Ocala 1 ; but "there is !Mal bush! I'a75( Sugar F'ia. lb iO a J5cDeerSkin"l'rb i Mackerel, Maicnmi, Vermieilli Fancy CandyCoJfb I .
; ." ,;" ; fai'ese, French Bread PieVler. Sujjar
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Vi...:.. :" f no use! in saying any thing no one seems Eggsprduxeu 20.- Tobacco 1'ji": t.* ?I7A I Ready-made Clothing Crackers! Soda Crackers. Pilot Bread, CofT.., I .
;; ,ir: / to pay any attention to the mails in South Flour X X. bbl. H '-Vajc. j pt' li, tia:>> Hmhq: .. Green nud Black Tea.
choke, fl':'ii; Tr..ow!: IS ba'.O !
"" ';::-;: Florid It is reported that J. 11. Roll jt Batter, Sugar. Candle. Matches Cigar So ,

r,- ': .- Esq.; ef Gainesville, will in a short -- _--:_, -- ('irJdrs, \\ 'rrs for MEN'S, HOY'S' and Y O\J, 'rB.'Br, da, Kerosene. Oil, Syrup, Ly,Canned.FrniU ,
... per (( (Ecrte. oar. Nutmegs, Sage Mustard( snuff Milk I :
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j;, : time take charge of the line .from Ocala ig ; Vinegar: IVpper. Spice, Dri.d Applet and ... '.
... : So'ap, reaches Lobsters Pecan. Nut.. CL...* .r J ,
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and if the be true '
> Brpoksvflle report
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CHEWING& SMOKING
TOBACCO
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,"I irt may hope for some regularity.. 'in our NOW OPEN Trartcrs.KfroxmrCil. PJ jp POWDER ;

:l ,. 1I&11sfortbefuturt'. LEAD.' "J'
k ,.:," Tea rOn'fr. Sugar, TnnJlcs, SHOT, 1 : ; ,

.. ,Unng Because he bad no Xonej. Wooden I WillowWareFamily CAP 1 .
.f ; FALL ANDGoods"'INTER Lard!, PtPPtrSodai l Mustard' Spire, Tandy, -' An ortmnt of Measure Bucket, Broo ma
: colored
:'". '< Josiah Byrd, a man, was hung Aze-lIeUes, Pail, Tubs Sieves. ..;

;. ; at Brooksville. en Friday last for the-.murder All kinds of Smoking and ChewingCORN and Plantation Supplies. NAILS OF ALL SIZES.Codec 1. ...

.of 1 Mhmgton Scott) colored rots Tia rails Pint and Qart Car>- 1 .
for to Justice Wes- Q; 4q) V locket KDiYes. Table Kniyetl, (;jm1eh, Loek., -
; :. Counsel Byrd applied ,II lges, Potware, Pens 1'ins h'ecdle. Azea, .4 .:.
; ?"'t cott, of the Supreme 'Court",, for writ of & FLOUR : BACOX ri/UIl) LARD: BUTTER, COFFEISUGAU, CHEESE, and everything Screw and Tack,Spoons Irons Butv d e, of ::

.. ,. -:-ih." ...' error in Byres'it ('agefbkh, writ was granted \belonging to a F1UST CLASS: CKOUEltY;} HOUSE.: Brandy A large &lid'pltDdid assortment of J

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ro''.,. but upon the express'condition that And we will continue to receive J.v each A Large Stock of VIRGINIA) and NORTH ,CAROLINA Whisker I ,
'> which had ATJOIIN eteatne from New OiK-nna and New York}; additions \ iaea, ,I r
the costa
: /po.'j. Byrd should pay all to our Stock. Give us a rail at the Lemon Syrup rr;
:u ,\ then accrued in the case, and give bond JACKSON'S. M QJ 1lf PJQ)> Dla Q) Q) QJ Rupberrv !Syrup=; -. / f + "
Old Dominion? Mint .
Blue Store Julep 4 -, '
= ry ... for any additional costs that might ac- : half boxes,q'lnrUr! Uxes. Ci.M: ;oe< 'anti: l.y the pound. And in fact every tiling'can be found.in' mjr '... ,,;

crue. Byrd was friendless and penniless, HAVING OPENED, MY GOOn I m ,,- And we"ilhl'Il.'ou Good ns low as they can Store that l i. needed by my town and country :<
:" could not comply with the order of invite rnv- friend and the pnb- Ie l pur.hased in this cct'toa.; We have scncv: for BIXIN'OErS: ; vcMrat; !{?.l LltJUOlW: S. N. PIKK: CO S MAQ.fO patrons. I thank ny customers for their pal- / 1 ,, :t
'L :_: :, and .lie to call and examine'before purchtinp else LIA WI1IIhlJullX:: : Gll2'X:: SON'S:: A CO., )toNoN JoI1ELA: WHISKEY'S.:: patronage and hope to bare a continuanceftbetaute. / f \ ':<
':. Judge Wcscott, and consequently had to where. 1t.r goods\ ] 'Iii ring been bought for TERMS i CASH. GivemeacalL ( ." .,",' -
the eflreme penalty.of the It.w.-: CASH, they are M.ld as low at any can be Our blotto !" CASH, TERMS CASH OR COUNTY PRO- -r
suffer : bought in this: market. My stock of.. Oil BARTER JA' COUNTRY PRO "IJsiir'ii al(' and SMALL PROFITS, /
w Byrd fills a felon's grave, and the world DUCE at CASH PRICES. And} by celling our gwdi Cheap: we gll' .-..Hee *a'i Uctioa and bop U>obtain a share of your DUCK. I a

that his fate was a just one, and Tampa, Oct 27 tb.:6f.9. tf patronage. Tampa, JulySJth _
may ray DRY GOODS fall and Ste liS, tnd We will be rier.eJU! ; showjoii: oar tiff ireSSORTED' STOCK.LETOSON \UNfED 1 ,
r ,it may be true. ThaVhe. was guilty of \WASTED l \ i! "'

murder no one denied; but the law points Just Received ,
r.[ the largo vcr brought to Tampa:, consist i \ & BETTMAN
shall I ,be tried. It makes
out how a man ing in paitofS1LK3. Cotton / :
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every step in: the case, from the arrest of PRINTS,LAWNS, C INCH AMA.t= DE- Per; Steamer Florida, I ISIDOIIBLUMENTIIAL.! ; LEWINSON. ED. BETTMAN /
Sr his lames, Flannel., Shirt Biaom .Cloak: }; Shirting! i A Large: rot of few GpoJ.couiiisting! of _. / :
the part o... acquittal or punishment. ,I Shawl Balmorals, Staking Garte i*. Ties -- -. : _. -- / r
--c-- perfectly plain,and when a court wilfully: Hoops, Gloves, Hoods, Nubias. Collars LAlI-S'llATS, SHAKERS, Sed /
Sheeting. Pant Cloth, Dlanket, Iournin, Cotton/ \
n- out of the line of its -o- >
orjgnorantly, goes Goods, Ribbons, and ncr.}thing ir. this line.g vi:
f ,. : plain duty and violates the law, its .ac- Lndlc Dross Goods, ALSO S TAMPA '" ."..
'f : should be revised l ly'an'' appelate of 70 .
4 thus every deicription. BAUHKLS i'LOUIl: Hides 1 < "I

'" ;;'''''_.:?;'#, Court, otherwise there is no safety for the Gentleman's ReadyMade Clothing, CLEAll BACON SlUES, 4 ;; /.
,-,;. In B 's' in the first instance .
: :,: citizen. 0, Frd case, BUTTER, -

'.";)" u ;- \ ,. both the Grand and Petit Juries Fine Boots Sc S\\ocs Andcverything else in theGrocery CEDARMILLS.lNewEnteiprise Beeswax ..

.,.4t'::']O\L...... were regularly drawn and summoned ao-,' YANKEE: : NOTIONS, Uno.wb'ch &c, : ,

.... \ /:, !' I cording to law. A sufficient number of LADIES GENTS A: CHILDREN S HATS }1'roduce I will cell cheap tot Cash or Country .

;: Grand Jurors appeared\rhen their names All kinds of Furniture I.. G. C'OVACEVICII.Xor. : In :any quantity,

fl'i' i i vere'called, but two of ,1 tie, colored men 24th ISO. :9-tf.Notice '.'
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: J:.i{ said: that they did not feel qualified to act 1 A !
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'r.:..s.; .. ,,.r: ,' .: as such Grand Jurors, whereupon the & vcRilia I. Exchanged for CAS H, -

I /" : : ; resi ding Judge ordez1 them discharged: 3.Y-w LE1 I j

.- '\, "t from The Jury, and then looked over tbo CONSIGNEES OF rp.IIGUT'y: \ the I Enmpn) in t Svntlr( .3 nnil C,on1nn} tirnH.o1\\ f ,
\11I "r. r 'VI LI.O U-\\,AU{,E, GLASS Y;.\HB } gkrrt At tho highest MARKET TRICE, by -
T .. x Petit Jurors, and saw three men whom he I
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.:;.rr ? -' : t thoughhvouldm&kesuilaUeGrandJuroJ1l, TIN-WARE, CUTLERY, STOVES Alliance Slcaiii bip Line "i.o e ,

:. i I' ordered them transferred Will avitliWR \ ( \\1nj'n)1.' ) GEO.: BLUM, .-- -
.' and thereupon Bridles, DIcLellau Saddles! pease\ tate notice that their freights and v
': ; },cake Grand Jury. 'This was a palpable Rifle, Shot Guns and Pistols, charges are payable i -
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I w .M- McCarty'a Store "Washington Strtct -'
-c ,. Violation of,law.. kThe"action of the Judge All }kind of Stationery and School! c>oInitial Before the delivery of the oodK a
.' should been corrected and the writing I lwper, lots lc. All in AU NOW: ) Manufacturing f CEDAR at our Mill for Export and .
: t have prisoner frights put Warehouse by the unJer- nrrrt"paT'J .....
,' : 1 i\- Byrd should have had the benefit of I'nfnlsnnd Perfumery, fcijjned wil be charged 5 percent on advan- I to 1 buy Cedar Logs squared or round, in any quantity: and of all qualities I TAMPA. FLA. .
in addition \
r ces, to other charges necccfsarily Through facilities afforded us by
: i :- :, the correction. Every advantage given Smoking & Chewing Tobacco incur red.Necessity. August 4tb. 1SC9. tf __._ I : :';

f' _, to defendants should bo allowed them,and Cigars &c compels me to take this course. Mr. I. BL U 1'4 E NTH AL 1 .
,I",' f' ,v. G FERItlS,
''' 7 :, 'ltmaybeUlatoneoftheJurytransferredr. CASH FOR HIDES r '"
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:-- FINE MERSCilAUM rIP});. Agent Alliance: Line, And our connections in New York : .
?, ., / r by the Judge from the Petit to the Grand
.. :in 9tb 1667. tf ,
.' ., (:.,, ,,'f f, Jury might have saved Byrd life, and it. Fine OLD RYE '"WIIISI>I, ALE, Messrs. HACKES & FORCHHEIMER, I Will pay 13 CU: pr Ib, Calh.!.>r good Dtie't' i ?'

"; 't 0(\: '' .-f-'-;. '.'" may be that if she two Grand Jurors excused CHAMPAGNE CIDER, BITTERS: io.MEDICINES. ORANGE:\ GROVE 1 \' HOTEL f i 1 J 472 Broadway, Hint .,$_, f"j, ,

: 7'{{ had have been on the Grand Jury, COWHIDES, ,./' .l'

',r -f- -T4 ; there wonltfTiaWbeen indictment.M ; .- I SNUFF TAMPA Fl LA" wo are ready to receive CEDAR in our Boom, at the &* ;
AMMUNITION ke.
: ,'. .- : M i These goggestVms can avail Byrd nothing : 13 cU for Good I. :
; ;; be found that i.nud.e. .
!
In fact ,
ererythingcan MILL in RAFTS (
for
benefitted!i' or which we wil PAY THE HIGHEST MARKET i .
could
,a- nf have '
", ....%",V ; etoney in this section. I DEER-SKI 'S,' _
_ him but they benefit other parties. A Fr*h supply of I :
c .'; : p may HMIIS ESTABLISHMENT WILL BE OPEN PRICE IN CASH, '- I. S ::
'( .,, .%: '' i Other men without money may be up be- led t And SO eta rr Ib for, ;;T f ;>'' ir1

-.. <,._:.:;::., 11. Jon some of our Circuit Courts,they may I GROCERIES lie October; Isili., tI I hv' We will also: l buy oU.!- the Cedar Irongbt) us, frum! the country ou, carts, from Ml U'Jirur \ ,
._ !j F r reception of Itrjular: : and TraDMenj J
t".k", \"" be convicted by illegal Jurors, and they I j "" .!!?u: God Aceora'noation! i -, and loea \ 4
"t ifoI" ton feet
.". ,... ., %riQ be denied the. right, of having the de>- ALWAYS ON Ile !'. \ i ted in a l"uoOl.t! rill\t of the City. npvrarils.SlDORPLUMENTnAL.< And lh. iighe t price for COTTON. eaq :tV ,
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-:;'. '' r. .' dskms of the Circuit Courts corrected .1 I n. L. CJJA.\C, I JLThWllN\ @N )]3JE1r1fiL be lound at Coracevicb'a Store. Country pea, -
1. I
,.' ", will fay the Jril"'(!; Ceit'j l.iers j'fiCOTTOS 1 i I'ro r riet t or. die will do well lo give me"call.401LN \ r--.... ..
W. i-: bectQM they have. no mOD''y. HIDES War, T(1llJtrf'r.: J Tkcpi, Oct. Cth,186J tf MILLrit. / "
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1cUitsttatti Sali. .'- F. M. FARLEY. F. B. SIMMONS, RHEUM ATISM i DRUGS & MEDICINES. The Victor Cane Mill i ir ; Sq..: r.'I,{ I..! "
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r t JanaaiYj'lSTO: ; in the Town of-BrooksrOlc, : jr ) tit I. ", .j


ale I > $. & LOT'. I FREY& 1I; m NS, fFOR'ASWIfT ATD SURE CURE USE -o Plain .and 1 Fancy/. -

l .WIS0 REMOVED TO t ,-:.:-'..' ,
Efitat
.. ._ : j&|1\.1 KAYTON'SOILOFLIFETHE'8 H My SEW STORE offer ,
| COTTON FACTORS l"
'"I.p'tmJ.\toriinlaj.rS:' Li, %s 'I for sale, a large and well 1 seeeted 4 oJ,

u assortment of '
Drags
HARRIET E. LOCKHABT, AND I r
WORK
"' -,' -i, : : i' Iftcdlcines &c.. consist JOB ::
.. ", ::.- y ; i.'f is IIW StriL.l -H'A- sm _
F.; i Dec. 8th, 1869.: tda OGI:1 lnat. '=icm' !K .01ll S.1 0, ,ing articles in part, viz.Hemblods. ,.of the following -- .- I
.. GREATEST LINIMENT _
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: r.J : !nee and Bull's Sarsaparilla, l. -
Gto.Itraccn
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rrj "NOtie.L 25 Bay StJSavanndh, 01 TH' AGE Mrs. Allen's Hair Restorer Tricopberons slid ,'. .' .. ;u r-+' ; j t :

Katharion NEATLY EXECUTED. AT T HE J
.t : Hooffland's Hostellers Bitters,, t it i. ;

$, ;' SIX -nISrno1tIDATE.: I r'W1 apply Mcssrs.. WA I'I.T..a d:'' Co.. ? It Yf otks L\kc a Char\\). Wright'. Avrea', McLean's Jayne. F llDe.1 I ;\ t
*' ,- the Honorable Judge of the County ,1'1 '0 Wall Street, stocks, Ho'lloway'\nnj Dvshltrr'a l'iUs. has takes the first premium at 57 State Far! Jr ;
.
kxy. it CcBrt.ofH21aboroBgk Couatr, Florida,>for .a Meeiri r no lf. Over SOOn are iu cu. Made especially for PENINSULAR OFFIC -

u ( }' ftYltflemelt oC1be.Eat1\e;of Joab-Xlrif- .. us. Ornier Sa..:?. O. -- | t'tu.bingSugar Cane.IflflK'S ;
.-- -" I A rarictj-of Fancy Soap i i I-i '. '
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; J. e. : Oct IBi. i .
*-.". .;j, '"0' JOHN i JACKSON?, It has been appliedto: the masses in the streets SUGAR EVlPOniTORlias
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Macon Columbus, PERFUMERY, i iTrMI. I, Lumber for- Sa&
Administrator. of Savannah, Augusta, iI
\ .Tampa, Dee 8th 1869.; 97laib J. ..ANDRESON'8 i 1 1 SO t 8 & UO. Montgomery, and all leading cities 'tad townstt 1 I, ,

1 :' .e' '.' the Mississippi river, from Bis' famou carriage k'e. Orep.IcGcn's.l&nd': Hollawnj-'s Oint

for many years, withWonderful rnent. Feet 1 ineh Plank _
Notice Dallty' fait Extiavtor: and Russia t aloe, r i iKadwuv'f i 3000 :

s. 'D ; ntinn gnrt\1t\ Success.The l'eadtIl.linIrod! K.-...1y Resolvent, iI I

,k.gAbA .1-I % Browt.S t f-jss; ..nwtf of tiii.ger. Phil M0a"THS ROY DATE "I sip Most Severe Cases! of t Ceiling. .. f
SIX apply KIII: u I'I1;... ,lu 1 rtiu-hn, Teruviaa \-rllr. 3000
;: Y) > .' the Honorable>> Judge of Probate of Hers ANDGENERAL RHEUMATISM. I II''.i. '.i ,u' _,-toI.uadaimI'nregoria hate '7 .{' TfJ i <'

; 3 a Itando Connrr.fVg. v Final SettltTaent, and:di9- NEURALGIA I .- --i i ill', -,'tf: 'I Essence: ot Ginger, a
: r i charga frata the Estate of W. D. Oneil Into of COMMISSION PAINS: IN "nF.\A\ n.imUU vn ;:. .rut( o.cn: :e.: a VwirtV "f Fluid 3000'FettotWfathir rlording.;. <

said County, deeeased.x' '- '" T. 'Oiv:: A -' < }E\.l1al: ::'-. '" h..'rootni: Ro\ ch Poison oDd al. ,
':. HARRIET E. LOCKHART,' < were bronght tet the Proc( .'s n'. waa as- '} .'ck I .tJost slay: t.1 :.idot that can be found in a ,: I '

Administratrix.Dec. M h .' ly tubbed tLo'paUebt\ : thorathly: : with his 3000 Fect of Seuflag' .:. .,,:..;,
efr '
32 x. ants t .
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... 8th, 1SC9.. ,-ti
'. : OIL OF LIFE. CITY DRUG STORE. been awarded the first preminm at C7 The above is "'elheeIOll'!,lud-fouaIt ,_

State Fairs. Over 17000 in use. Gives morO Get SO GRANT CRAFT :.....;

-.N ice Dra /tan,'Street near he Bay, tT: Plt-Iut' e\lIanJ'! aUroire mr Nevi Store Sugar, better, and leas expense than any othe' (

.JO SAVANNAH. .CE0.. ly relieved, thus eausing one bottle of the I To RentqiHAT l
heavier
r MONT AFTER DATE, I will cane of the South and on the canes .
,- SIX pro Liniment to save hundreds of dollars in doetore' -
4i .. :. EOT account and Touchers to the Hoit attention to all business FBRANCH.. of Mexico, Hondo t as and South AlUeri'a.Deseriptiu t ,
"Drorapt given entrusted bill.
catalogues sent fie*. Addres. COMMODIOUS( well furnished and
oftbe' Her
tenable 'pf
Judge 'County'Court JL to our care, and liberal advances I July 20tb :JgCO.t i ,
ztando County, Florida, for Final Settlkmenton BLYMEH. KORTO t CO.. Cincinnati, 0, popular Hotel known aa the Washing ,
r-,-" : _,Jhe'Ertae;c.l; amen A. .Alexander. made upon Produce in band. OoSOlyit. ( or their agent at Jacksonville: Fla. .nor, Honse. With 10 rooms, 5 fronting on Wasliing 1 -.* ."1+
Street Good well of and outhouses

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w, In Chancery, _. TAMPA TLA.Trcsli by Mr.( i arson's. This house haa 5,
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with fire in order in'
plseests on. '
rooms good "
; b fir= Cncrrr COVRT, SIXTH Jc.tcut CI a < H1 ]jf Is now considered by all who have witness" -
..., a: a c Q ir 0 of the moil desirable localities lath*city.I .
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and reliable end,
ecrf ;> FtoaiDA It'AID ed its application to be the true Iii ,
houses the
: roa llaufcoxcvonBill will rent either of the e by year '_
.' l: J. for RI1EUMAMISM. NEURALGIA, "
Remedy
; 1 Terms-payments quarterly in adrane '
"" C'.4tJIyr. and for all Pains and Aches wherever a Liniment CABINET SHOP. I
_1 .. uiuanM
'$; ""' i aataotdi } further particulars, apply to
,(, : ( tl 1twux"Lonos 01 \ i can be used. C.F. dc.c dL. )lr!. ANN' M. ROB ARTS. [ t:>'
= for Divorc
: TS } e.t Tampa, Oct. ,. s./K. / PMcorrLortos. MERCHANTSffiF1ad1IdD83L Kayton's Oil of Life! Will be kept constantly \... r
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. ethe fiaw.Uill
" : Water Strftt. 2\\rlk Tampa t ,

.> y...... -it "i! r A b1 burin t bees fiffd iff ny. iffiee' in thei' The nner.fai1ingOemaQ Liniment, is uneqol- on hand Bread'-! i
k R: .0 I A; "" pbovdin4tledaase! ; and .Jt' being made i, Geo. eel 1m its sterling virtues in the history of \
.j : to
: "by .afljdavit that"the
; ,': ;J'. 5 teaidea appear ? deleD a1 t Medicines-marking a swift and sure cure VITork ol nil Dc,rri|>tloii Jone and tor sale at theFLORIDA '\.
beyond the limits f
a
e of the Sixth Judicial still"continue bushesa "
: \1TE at the old stand
.;r::: ; Cireojt! of Flori giving relief in every case almost by the ffrst II" in the above LID with noalne-s!
.' .;:"" drsto-witClatbe'City of SaJaonah II 96 BAY STREET and offer our aervice .
.r the rubbing. and dispatclu SatUfaction: guar"n\f.d"l lFCBXITURE BAKERY. rririK subscriber respectfully informs toes .
t" \. in State 111 a here a to the Merchants and Planters of Hillaboro I -
by ordered that Defendant Read the testimonials and heir the opinionof .J. Public that! he has commenced inaufaetuIBff ?- '
the do fppear And and the adjacent counties for the sale of Cotton t

t'!" ..;,4. '. ;;. i rl.aid d..f\S..erorQemar.totb.;; coaplainants and other Produce, also for receiving and tie Sale people.For by. all leading Drug Stores. I I '11NF. FLETCHER.: ; f I tI I

_: a J btlto.orbefore the-first Monday .th ; forwarding Cotton and Merchandise. Tampa, M .y 19th.BLACKSMITH1NG. j Ij

'i,,. .',- ,,i s, d.Tin Apiil next, or the ..m."m be taken I We are prepared to make liberal advances Larfia Bread: snpcriorqnlnit. f i
f' '-a S aa eoaieeaed? on consignments to n for aale in this Market 1TKESSIN&BOBBINS.WHOLESALE CIEA.\ED AND REPAIREDREADY i I : '
P .:.1..1 I I
; IThatpublieatloa of tbfa, order where it is
: I or preferred to be forwarded to our
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?)' _. b.'taae to i oneofficial AGENT.! Krffh Daily,. Tegular customers will be lib I
I. pnbliaheJinit friends in Liverpool, Ifew York "
'. I;, I'f". .. newspaper Philadelphia, I with -
; this
ID eally dealt I
once a week, four months aw BoUon orBaltimors.Having ,NEW YORK1.
1 DADE: COFrlXS -ANDYf ./. FLETC EJ!:, y .
I eeutively. _
had fifteen
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( ; years.experience! -
1-! : / M. P.LYONS, ': PROPRIETOR.JACOB % June 2nth. tf t ; 1-
I Coin 1I
Boil'
in
oil on m ( OH nets .
'J) I perk, Circuit Gout Always on hand, I : V.ee\;neruVvrig, ; I .
i Hdldoron. B'!..C e. Fla' in Savannah, we have an extended and genet LPPMAN'S i f
:I t \.t -
e. JUP. 4m. al acquaintance U whom we refer with COil .
,1"" ...;;tJi ; I nJence... i I ffHi: UNDERica; -* -. Cypress Barrels. i i
I.: Wuoletale' Drngl hint Honsr, Orders for work promptly u'-tendtJ] IP. f
: 1 Respectfully, ) I IJL ed is row; 1 pre- t4 ..jr; -.I':' i iI

Q :; UNITED STATES W*. H.TISON. Sarannak. Georgia.PYRAFUGE. 1. pared to Ii!. ">' 'r- ... I
.r den for de t 7- ; ";" :. L
*' !
W*. W. GORDON. tr Country Produce taken, for Furniture ''ry II .""...'.. '' I ,
cription c.f.iJlftcktraithingar.d :tt::: "
MARSHAL'S
An* 17lh, t:7.: 17-6m. 1/
j SAL E. L& .- :
s ; ( ,.. Whelwriihting G v, }' t -

![ JD. llA"GOODli ; in a style q :N; y, .
D Y VIRTUE OF TWO WIIITS fieri fe .. 96m not to be .
: surpass
_"' 1Si 1 r D\iai.ed\ out (of the United States Circuit' 8. M LE RER & 'CO. i TILE JUSTLY CELEBRATED Buffgy! Making.\ ie- "'?' __ t:1: T tin-Jers:: rrl i.'ncvhaTn. raa
; ,, CoorV.dT'fU' Circuit, Northern District of HERRMANN WEISSBROD : pairing..te., will be ShOp.Thrtej.hmmoek. : ,' vest 1. :
h -- rlorida.oot in favor of LaTsaor.' LTODBBTO.I and Fever Expeller : done on reasonable term. IIors,s H>t- A'Co. plalntiir; and against David Hughes Chill I moment's notice. I am thankful to my friends: which h'! wit el! C\t *? :50 pr }.al''p1at the*hp t

:E defendant; and another jn favor Bo.v,ui, SADDLER
= Plawtira and sgalnst David; Ain ben de- FOREIGN- .AND..DOMESTIC r Acts as a Tonic and as aD.Appetizer giving I 1 give me :a cal!. have on hand a fine lot .of IV- b+rrel. ..;:.

.... f4l6d..t.1 bare levied t>poo and .will cell at the patient strength and building up his system I II iRATTSI. made) expressly Jor the loath Flori.Pfiyheriea t ;

: pttttia ::081017, .in front of the Court-h
t :. : door In the Town of'Bartow, Polk County, before the attack. Ha r n e s-3/a a fa rt Upholster cc ---- -.:= All orders for Barrels will be prompt "'
Floridu.os the first Monday in January Oct8-tf I ; ly tilled 5. :
next .
between the legal hours sale, the following DRY G.OODS. L. ippiug. JAMES r.Yc nLLlS. \

,. demib4d property to-wit: A lot of Stock Cat & S. LED LIE. I Will attend to any business thiiline. with Anguat2btb.. tf- ; \. ,.
r C. and 1 am'buw .
LIe marked and branded as follows: neatness dispatch. prepared .j, \
myr let Crop split in'one ear and .r-s to fix Matirwst. as cheap < rche..!prr I i. Rrlu mar Gulf Iackel9.
IIr pare
.a in. /the other ; branded A. q DEALERS IN than it eau be done else where. 1 can: be found ,| OFFICE OF WANTED WANTED ; ,

-!d.= "and'two', lifem i 113 QROUGHTOX ST, :at oil times at my shop on the opt(>onitesidc of .
Crop r one ear. and up- the alto e t., s nd a little East -:; per-eq' .are in the other; bran ded.A. HIDES, SKINS. BEESWAX. i 10000ZE."i EGGS.

Y y- P Z& Crop'aDd nnder:bitin each earl; brandY II .WE:SBRODTamps ,. '''i
'r.7 c .. !
: 'T1'lJ
WOOL. TALLOW Ac. I. { Sr r1e. :
e&J-J\
"e'. .. ', S. M.: Lederer. ) Snrannah. Fla., Oct th. i \ a r a 1.i.:1l.r; C.I.y.....iU.:11 LI ;!:".1, -
Oco
.". .th. and nnder-bit in 150 ,
Crop [tone swal C
v : ear. L M. Frank.
:,-'4:-' '' J -fork and under-bit in tilt other. two dewlap Gustave Eckstein. 186 Bay Street. foot. of Barnard I CHICKENS. -,
GRANT CRAFT. r
) By
i j- *i braadexLDAA.4th ap lr T EVERYBODY :

'. S1I' Ucw fork and bit ;in Savannah, Geo. I lead TWKInT.F1VS CXNTSfora Or- I ) Jt\: w. '
i
nooer- one ear. -
aad nder iq the other I tilcato in Packard C'a Grand tnttri- ; 'f ;
split twodewlaps
MBINHARDBROS.&CO \\ NTEDTTED\\ \ I
t' branded We ire paying New York prices for button eooarlUD< ;; : : Nu A circle 2. Gold and Silver WaiebM. Jewelry AvaliMdatfTfi .. ; 'l "> i/

'frUu Crop and upper-blt: in 'IOt'ear swallov .lOO. Iherr article 10 be d l..
.
J .r r'and oppeUt in the other, .branded BEES IV A.1; I posed of on the popolarll.OO pt-n ass I
WnOLESUE DEALERS ISpools I not to t*pea for mid yon know what + CASTOR OIL BEANS, ,
VT* circle ;double! dew
....- L lap. i I you are to receive. Certificates and circulars I i i"
"r .. ,&II. Uppe r-.<)uare in one ear and swallow*: COW. JlIDES. sent on receipt of SSeeats,or ntU I f ;-

;., t. fork ta the other;' branded 97' 4''A. t Si lor II 00.PA01f&1Q&CO.) N
.. : .. I 8th. S+rallow-fork and under-bit one ear of a, tJ at8. DEER SKIP'S West Fourth Street I For{ which the hi/hsU market prier '.,11!! J I II

ti and in the other s CineinnatiOhlaTO by I
under-square branded with c
; k a Heart A A. ;. BUG SKI y3. I T1or1i' ot\s, >? e' c York& L C. COYAVVICH.USTOR j'_

i"-i"" ":.' ,' tl. /.\ Swsllov-fork, and wader: .bit in one READY-MADE CLOTHING I ;

car, t' ptrlftand und r-bit in the other. GOAT SKINS COt: UlI.Tl"E'i'THE n.nlR:>lna. ( BE.ii\S\ WMTElGASH .

branded. J 1 ct A. rrM niNe GOODS 4c; Advertiser, having h.en restored t. I: Yaw: OELEAX:' L,., OCTOBER hat 1663.weekly t '.:".
-r"" ,.c 10th. Swallow-fork and IInJe -bit in. on e BEARSKINS:BEAVEI: 'health in few weeks rf'rJ? a '
FOX
S1\l.YS. a by a v< rv simple e- \ line of Sloamjuipihavinu been ... paid for Castor Beans in any nnaa ,
t' ear. under- and under-bit in the other, I ,' after h-ivic, -
.gnare : ; uif red several years with a 11. tablished. Sfrom' from a Bushel upward, delivered at
wethalldipnt
dewlap; branded. I. 115 Brouyhton Street, SAWS, ji/yj SKTX-S, QITEK AA-/.Y.*; fve U'tf; di.-n**. C-'UHuinjiiivn: } isnnxlous to SATURDAY. a Steamship\ for I'vsi I) Key Wwt.Tampa. Manatee or any convenient, 1'-

w- s .+ 11th. Crop. plil and under-bit in one ear. ....ke!! kito:4' : jV.liw-euiTeiers: means ('ou. ArALAnncotA. ST. MARK. CEDAB: Krv! point for shipment on the Coast. o'f Florida.I .- .
I' in the other : branded J I.l Savannah JL4 ".: I, a .':Lo d.l sire i it.tie will send s Selected seed East lndl.*
,. upper sijnare Oeo Cc OON .SKI.\ ;. SHEEP clJJ; ;3 T. itKrr 11'x.. and HAVAStakirp[ freightalso I I ,
i :- }F:v I t: ii p:. scripture' used (free of cbarpv)1 giving instructions for the cul-
: ,
.. r tb./Half-/, the original/ Varn Stock. .*.' for New YOUK ria CtDAR K>Y.*, thO' Florida and circulars
,3" $11'" marked crop. hale and rpli tin'each ear, bran. piy' WILDCAT SKiyS. I 1\ ; tnlr.! -Mioi! f..r pr. pirieii. ( the *um' Railroad and a line nf Stf ain.hip* ronne lire and harvesting the Castor Bean furnish
s-.UiV> I wh.cii t.Viii IL'i: ded V. .n I tincTVrnamlJDaand New V"rk. Freislt:: taken on application. toGEORGE _
tine AAthiua.: Hrnn.. .1 : : The!! object oft.I.e : I D. ALLEX
from NEW YORS for all P 'oaT. [
: .RII\ } an:1 i..
18th. Swallow-fork in one ear crop, hole jostrn FLVEOAVM i *s. D. FARAMOI E :.<)rer'.i I"tr f in 1/. '. "' sot.plit in the other branded, F Y. t for all pulur landing.on tin-! Cn"ttAnoo ; the hmidf..1IU..l
awl l information
r; r : I I'
PHILLIP DZY ALIN SKI I; ItVTLCDGR F::4 (. and FIKT" RIVIR .
3I I
t 14th. hole in I
Crop one ear, twospliU which !I..' ,
corcmcj ,,
[ : (( to 1' valuable: ; and Itthopes ;:
bran"l' The line will l 1,4' continued tht uV-rti theyer !
:
in the other ) circle V.
I Florida Brick !
eve rysufferer will tryhis remedy a it :|
And all of the following marks JOSEPH FINEGAN& Co. (, and the low. +t rnte "f friirlit will be ; ; ,
: will Bost them no'.h'nr, an-1 t prove'a bless f
I miy maintained nsible. [ I
U
: Swallow-fork and under bit i in sivinK every l Jw .facility >I i
one -
ear Parties
r Y J ; trppr eicg. withiug tliy ] I. -' aod under-slop.n: the other brand- HOESALE CROCER ,
rr,., ; Iod"TJ.-qtare ((Dotifcora> < Factoirsp please address IhriTiiielveik of all the benefit, ., of frequent ami'': A splendid article of Brick: ia now being madeat i
<:; Rev. ED-WARD A, WILSON i .
i ;
I regular eomrnunictin i with New Orr.ansnoJ
: Swallow-fork, upper acd nnder bit In one my yard on Old Tampa, and for sale in' ':
ANDCOMMISION K i
Wiliinmeburg. I.JCO; ; New York in shij. ping! their rrt' to mArt: :.. The "
1 ear,.nd Hn4.r. square and tipper-bit in th* p : any quautity. Bncknt.de at this Yard i I
: o4her. branded L D. AND: and in or>tatnii.(* .Mipplie The attention of are M goodie can be bought in any ma.ket :: ;
I .
tho.e who are or-lerini. ; fln: Sample can seen at Grant d Craft's i
: .-. la all 4150 head more or leI!. MERCHANT ;I r t.t r ** n YORK is called to the fiat that t ': store.fries i.-
I oy The nurks and brand. will be sold with the Qom'is.) inn per ard,1 flB. ,
.attle.'Tbeiiboiede.cribedCattlewe'.1evt J rrrh.u\.s. \! .- weekly from ;\e'l'ork b)' thlt'r"ute AT JAMES P. MtMULLlN. i: i ijFair I =
; ML'Cfl LOWER HATF.S nn-l! 1 IN ( ---
DAY STREET. I To Tnie WOPKINO Ci.ra We JUICKEP.TIME ;f:
., .,t, Jed upon aa the property of David H vRhes.t are now; pre thar. by other, rO'1I(1. ,
pared to furnish all cla** a ith -on tnnt emsplorment sly ,I !
z ALEXANDER MAC.RUDER, .''. Cotton taken to New York end tlironch .
Street Saianrwh at homo t h of Notice
Bay( Gco.T .e \; the time or !
'>; LateU.S.Marshal, T :: ,' Gl, IBERAL ADVANCES: made} on, Cotton consigned t for the pare rnornen"* i. .*. :. <... new, Ji-j'it: Bills La-liae! sijtitd at Loa tiT un.. 1.1HE-J i i .j ,
Per. R. BULLOCK. I -U to u* or to our Correspondents in and pinfitable- }Person. of either} sox cosily EAI. ADYANCEiv: [ ma>le on Cotton con.igned i >

r '.* Special Deputy.CUrtow.Xov. Branch Offices! at Quitman Ceo., and Madison' New York and Liverpool. Bagging! Rope I earn from 6iV to >?!3 per evening, and! a proportional j to us in New York.and New Orlean. *. ]: ALL PERSONS are notified not to sell or kill I
I od Iron aim by devoting th.ir who] time to the ; Under the contract recently: male! with the in
Wlh. 1889. Ms Ties furnished at lowest rates ocSmL c any wise dispose of any of on r cattle
.. FlaLiberal advances on all consJgnme-ls.; i boain .e. Boy) aDd i irllf! (aii t-e.-,Iv as much PostorEcc: Department the Florida Railroad;j! without our consent. If they do. and we find
That all who. tii! Company will dispatch a (t'amrr to sail! from ;i 1 ;
apjj.SLOAN. t. CriLMAlTIS. Jons FLAWSMT! : men. 0'\#' may!en.ltheir it out we will punish thorn to the extent of theJOHN
'
'" addr-!I. and test the Lii.!n*ss, we make New Orleans e"t'r"ttlr.Ja\', from Hnraj.n! lIor. ,
; Notice !J.I this unparaUeleJ offer : To inch every Tuesday: anJKer Vest eerWednts- ,. '
as are not
4J \ : L. J. GDIUIARTIN] l & [00, It wellsatisfred. we will" stud H l to pay for the .Ia)': Po.tmaterat. ) "Y'Wt'it anj Now Orleans JOHN CURRY.W. ..... .
'" .. # GR00FER & |fl. trouble of writing.: Full particular, a valuable I have b-i-n instructed to sen-nail,. to Havana ''I i' ARCH'D. McNElL.CURRY 1.

#p sample which will do to commence! workon by his time and thi American consul at..;:, Manatee September .
Cotton factor Havana as Po.tofGce will'' 10th. 1889.3m.- ";
,
and a copy of The People's Literary Companion agtiire Dispatch re
(pbotedeaJrous. of( using CATTLE belonging COTTON' FACTORS, -one of the largest and best family turn mails to \( rwar L to, or in our charge, must first apply to i AND matter asoan be expedited in its transnii'sion i
pubJi.&t'tl-aU sentfreebv l\iI.
nw.p lren
: In Lost!
other-
ourselves i
tboriie4
r :, oar AgsnU or ; Reader if want by thisroute. '
nt
'man
you pe profitablework
_:;_ S trite tat Law will be rigidly .ororee.!. AXBCOMMISSION Leave .
:. GENERALCommission addres E. C. AltO & co.. A\JglJlta. Tampa going Sopth, every FridgeLeave .
JOHN T. LESLE Maine. iCTWEEN Ta1r.n.. I
North
Tampa ijoiojj eyety Friday.. ferfT1':1 Ballast Poin t
9' W. B. UENDERS05 Every aec-mnio t. Tampa Florida, Dee SdlM: if MERCHANTS Mercha ts. ERRORS OF YOUTH. ''l afforded : and hr.tou P:,path horn- ong
-i. Shippers Con ipnee"! j i--, .b! to Barriea sory notes. payable '
V Agent of the lin<. at all dirt' Platt or hearer. Car the lam ot '

Clrghorn A Cunningham's Range Bay St. A gentleman. who offered for years from I Your ''' -.I-u: :>,. "*. *\ TWf\.. Thousand! Dollar.aaJThirten llindte '
Bay Street Savannah Gco. Nervous Debility I'remature and alleffects a llhirty! hf'.
BAGGING
COnON
Decay \ & J1oJ1arw
}-. v ;i.-r.K.j.; : ;: : >. '/<. r et n1y. at our
VV. of youthful indiscretion, with! for the (:ay' and twety6mtutha

'. ...- -- a -' Savannah .. ............Georgia.T Agents for Bradley's Super Phosphate of f sake of suffering humanity, send free tn all ;i tC CaroaJeift ?'-"':l.', 'r-nn'-: ..".' O !>.:_- "::1 : :: ..'... V, sT'(o".r.er.: with 1668.iatere.t and. dated giverx" >VS .
who need it *
the and dirt f- lj Steriin
Lime. receipt < l.< r< v T L* *
iUis : The _
;i.ro.: --r""fty. public are hereby
Bagging. Rope and Iron Tlu >making .the simple remedy 1 j *.-,.<,1. oB.a; t l''JlI<)::ed :.1). .
sale hand. f-r
Tat received,by the Lavaeea! and for always! on Ageni. -- .r -e laid *. A liber- .
cured.
Sufferers al
by: iberal advances on Cotton consigned to ouroormepond.nt. l Venal Fad lilies extended: to CueI : vertiser's: wishing to jToft bthe edre ud1 I 171 Chambers Street.! N"w York rewarl' wi.lWpaijfor the return of said .
do
x. 1 bv
experience can note
so to
irr Me.en
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JLJ .. W. G. FERRIS :dertoa Jt Henderson 1.
in ,
New York and Liverpool to -
.. I I. f. le.er. : ;in perfett confidence JOHN fGDF> or j "
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4' -. L.e. COVACEVICIL!. Ost 14 las .. No 17 Cedar .Street., Y. Agent BERRIES PLAT _" '
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