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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: January 12, 1870
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tampa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hillsborough County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hillsborough -- Tampa
Coordinates: 27.970898 x -82.46464 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1855.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1874.
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended in 1861?; resumed in 1866.
Numbering Peculiarities: Resumed vol. 1 in 1866.
General Note: "Democratic" <1856>; "Republican" <1873>.
General Note: Editor: Simon Turman, <1859-1861>; Sam C. Craft, <1866>.
General Note: Publishers: Simon Turman, <1856>; Wm. J. Spencer & Co., <1859-1860>; Wm. J. Spencer, <1861>; J.E & T.K. Spencer, <1866>; T.K. Spencer, <1869>.
General Note: "Here shall the press the people's rights maintain unawed by fear, unbribed by gain."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur" -1866-.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 3 (Mar. 3, 1855).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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iat it is made and ihe yield From the Savannah News. 1nvetiaating conmittoeg? sometlmcifurioufiljguarded Cart l J -
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:; ,. loribisJUrpest !utinsnbr. of Jho IX MEMOKM3I. verdicti At s. :: q
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per States. whi 'hav< been held/o be peculiarly "Do ATI to the dust and as thou rot'st a rny. .' Michigan; one of the )public school t f. B. SIMMONS, R. B. POST. A. M. HOBBY, I (-J-: :

drcnlatloa in City and Country. fitter< iti growth.: E'en worms shallpt-lisa on t.hnJO Onollli cbr.to; 'I basing unduly and inordinately Jlorida. I Of Apalachicola : -t I !-l.
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< ,2'Ca.DEI.D nr ''nul LODGI .aJ. DG..T The folding aible, showing) the aver I Died December 24tb, 1869, '011 tho ronimittco: to investisuto: tho >lla POST & HOBBY; .. : i- \ :

t'11eK', ,8 PENCE.R, cash ilae or farm : 'redacts per acre i tbreshold of tbe fulfillment of his ambitious These wiaeAcr's in tiujc, and after mach & SIMMONS, 'II'.
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[PUBLISHER: AND' PROPRIETOR. for the yf 166, is interesting as .show, hopes, suddenly struck- dead by the 'ation and the tiUng of a great deal (;:'; :
: fiat of the Deity outraged by his unnumbered did finally "lhat the FACTORS Commission Merchants : :
mony rqxirt
-. '. : Ing the ,$t pmtable'crops forcaltiva. crimes and ., : -
? '. ,-ADVERTISING- RATES against humanity civilization ''OTIT not actuated by malice, l.utVaJ '" ; ,
L F. -O tion : Ed .in.. M. Stanton, the monstcrl Uy undue appreciation of tho thlctncsj AND] New Orleans- LD,1':: :

-THE FLORIDA PENINSULAR, Prodwii; 'CbsJ&, tWut pn' (lat.c of his age.Endowed. koy's imntoloocs." '-, /1'-''.

TAMPA FLORIDA. rn.: .... ........ .... .... .... .... SIt.SO by nature with many fine S -.....-. : ::D.m.. Iran: oJh3lIih] :" (f' '- -
I .- "neat.I..... .......... ......... .. 24.75 : qualities of mlud,4with an unbending will! \\Tiatrotiuire3iuoro l'hUoophJ'than: -. -0-- '. : .
.... ... ....... 17.50' 25 Savannah 'Gco.REFEBENCB .' .., ...
1 Square. occupying, the apace of 12 Bre- Bye..r...... : and with a overwhelming ambition, ho Bay -
.......... ......:: 11.00Bar things as they cone: ? Parting with 5.Z7ERTO 'I I. 1 ti' -
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"TIer Iinei, or less one irsertion.........L50 Oats.."' employed them all to render his exisence: : ,'. ,'h
le,.... .................... .... 28.60< they go. : -:' ,
For ereiy subsequent. 18ert1on'"l5:,; Pota ....;...,...... .....;........ 187.00 a scourge and a curse to millions of his ...-- re. WALSH, PATRICK d t Co., CTPEKSOXA:' :; IIWiDEESOX, JOIN JAfK'( .::., ., i 4 I ."
One square 6 months.......;.......,...10.00 I ToW.......................;;.... 148.40 fellow-creatures, few of whom respectedhim Joh:; BilKncs: says ; No m. .l< ; .Ooe column, one yew.:.......:...... $150 I Hay: ............................. 21.00 living, and still fewer of whom regret want to fight I never begin onamnleor rOT! & HOBBT, .June 16th 1S69. lv' ). .il t : 1

Mctiaementa not marked ,with the 1111111-. re estimated total number and totalva him dead. In the peculiar provinceof eyed man. Thicr lot-to doii't wUerlise: 138 Grnier St. N. 0. ,.. .;..# I I''i' '
.ber of insertions desired, win be published un- Flori- l legislation! he resembled Caligula ; in they tire ,<:oil, 1)U5IUt5 h,..' 6m .. ]
) of each kind of live stock in \1C11 F. A. rrrtRso! !*, A. j. lULL, L r. PISXISOTOX: i
t Ii1 ortere*;out and charged accordingly.JAdVertisemeats : humanity, Nero ; in the judiciary, Jeffries; -- .L 1i! 1I 1\,,1 i
4uefrom| 1 first: *ixurtionsnd.oflect1e .;, dafld the average price in February, veracity, TKus Oates ; in clemency, i (11rb9LEGAL. ANDERSON'g' SONS & EO.Oif.o I '
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accordingly.OFFICIAL : 1 is given as follows I Amurath ; and in st mansnip he was.entirely ,. --- Peterson, Hill & Co.- 'I 1 ; '1

aocic. Price. Value.' sui generis; the whole forming a :
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4LEGALADYEBTISEirENTS.. monstrous combination which was at oncea -, ._. --,- .
tsL'S.. ..... 7.149 $108.99 $779.169 ; Jat111X1 WHOIESALEGROCERS I
-- ]te8...... .. 6,638 162.3-2 1,077,480 libel upon humanity and a scandal to BARNETT\ J i 1 :
The"Flori Peniiwrlar baring bmi de'igna- ,en and other Christianity lie succeedtdjn elevating 'V.J. \
tecfu one of the official jotu-na!!* of the Sixth cattle. .... 170,677 9-34 1,594,124 cruelty to one of the fine arts, and rev ANDGENERAL ANDDEALERS '
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Judicial: Circuit; the rates. for 1 legal advertisewil1beafoUow ifiep.ilchcowB... .. 81,121 4,754 15.00 2.80 1.21G.815 13,311 elled in the sensuality of murder; finding ttDrnt i) atBROOKSVILLE! 1 1 1 I I
COMMISSION .
ments, : logs.103,494 3.16 327041( his i appetite dormant under the mere IN ,, '- .f ,1

_Notice.____ of__ _Airilication_.-.n __ __ n for_ Letters_uu._ ofAdajiatstratiaa __ slaying ot men, stimulated and keenly t 1, I

5 weeks, ,...;.>*.... $5;0(|I Total value of live itock.$5,007,939 susceptible of enjoyment in the butchery"of h ant s Wt5tttUrtlbflCt t : t :..i1 1 I
Wotieetolebtosaad Creditors, 8 w 8 01)(' The total value 'of live stock in 1860 an innocent woman. To him the sufferings TTTILL PRACTICE: IN TIlE CTH ..t"1" 4'

Xot.ke Df J>Wi. seJ.6 months, ..... 1201{ and on Febraary 1 1868 i of his fellow men were the extremity : 11 Judicial Circuits and Rive i. 1 1 f,
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"' 1oce of Insolvency .... ,...i... 20 O..was $5,553,356, I of delight, and subornation of perjury tion to a'l'1 bruiness cnt.asted to him. Drayton Street. near the Bay 8U .. I .
I othW :it t was 84,190,434. The increase in val- Dec. 20th, 18C9. I Corner of Poydras) and Tthonpitonlai i i
AU Notices and Advertisement
LejaJ tLe justifiable: meaus of acquiring the enjoyment -
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,.wiH be'ihar eed according to-tiie space they c ne during the year 1668 was therefore ,At''the ery moment when he SAVANNAH CEO.. NEW ORLEANS, : 1 ;

copy ud: the nmnber of insertions require $817,455, but the total value i is I still halfa was preparing, under the auspices of oppression JOSEPH B. 1 ,

..1 the rate of one doPor per square each ins million dollars less fian' in 1860. and tyranny, to introduce his peculiar .. attention to our care given, and to all liberal business advances en- CJT: AsrenU for John F. Tolle's Paragon j I J .' I

< tio By"act of Congress, the public lands: characteristics inio the Supreme upon Produce in hand. Oc2 "ly Palmetto Flour. '
0.0TEIUIS :- Judiciary of the nation, inlel"gcnce{ of ATTORNEY AT Jurae 18th, 1899. ly i "...J H
in other of the Southern .
in Florida) -
.TO SUBSCRIBERS as some hi long desired! ext'! comes to the people, JOHN LANNKRV ,.
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Per Annum,.$ri_advance) : ; ; $>) Stales, are open only to settlement as in storms and darkness: upon the wingsof BROOKSVILLE. FLA. I I

Six Months;: ..., : *'; :- ; .. P: homestead, the main object being, perhaps lightn'ng. "Tc ])cum hiulttinus. 1TTILL PRACTICE IX TIlE Ctli I, j. cuiuuiim] & co; ORANGE GROVE HOTEL, .J : j.j j

== to encourage the freedmen to occu- That: vaulting ambition, which drove him IT Judicial Circuit, auJ will give .

From the'Sentinel, Dee. 25. py these vacant lands. There are yet during his earthly career to override and attention to all Lusir.e* entrusted Cotton :ractors. ; \ ''
FLATlllrf .
scofl ut &U laws, human and divine, \villdoubSUss care. TAMPA ,
.: Report' of the Department of Acrfctfre?. undisposed of in our State. 17,424,438acres. : : secure for him a high position July 28th,IS 13. AND 'I _. a.

"Che Report of the Department (Agriculture -: The report fitaies that it must not in the olerni'l realms to which. ho has U : /.-"! 4. I'

: for the fear 1668 has h* issued bo supposed that tbe l In.*!. of these lands I been translated.One Sl\ C. GRAFT.Attorney GENERAL .... r,
; ESTABLISHMENT:) WILL BE OPEN \
,.and we are indebted to the Apartment have been taken up and says : "The who has reason! to remember the -i J- i-
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for a copy. Florida comes ; for adue fruits of the tropic. flourish luxuriantlyon exercse season of bis peculiar of suffering qualities and in torture a protracted -, I at Merchant t :' October lh., t' ,"',.j I

; felnre"of"attention,. and 7 hare: i the soil of rJ ridi. Its rich alluvial I pens this feeble tribute to his memory.S. r-k.. :V For the reception of Regular and Transien '\V/ rr ? '

"gleaned.from; its pages the follocg w-1 bottoms produce large- crops, of sugar and I ... .- Y. L. -AXD- Bay.Street, Savanna, Geo. "Boarders.led in a pleasant. Good part Accommodations of the City. and loca .. '.". } .. j _" f;

formation! which, we_think, willnt.erestevery rice. It has been said that the area iu Why Mr. Peabody sever Married. Master: in Chanftry, for the esii J ? for Bradley'*' Super PLosphate of IT. L. CHANC.Proprittor.. -,.-' \ 1.-. :

one of our readers. i this State suitable for the culture of cot- of -ALSOCOUNTY c. d L .'t ,/J
It has been contended by some our -
SOLICITOR Rope and Iron Ti s always on hand. Tampa Oct. tli,18C9 tf ; V
f Under the head of "S\1! 'roPical ton is amply sufficient supply the demands ablest thinkers that the trl'atC'stamount

-'b Fruit," we are told that: 4tco e.n.be: of the United Stales( for that comt t of good done in ilo: world 'wbeen; bestowed For the County of '. : Facilities extended. to Customers. \\1

attention is now being'directed 0 the introduction modity. Possessing! a coast, linn of one by bachtlcrs. WLether this be Office in the basement of the 11 Cm T. F.VESSONofflfl. I .
lOt often wonder fiat opposite the countJudge's Office.flEEI '
true we :
and culture of tnical and thousand m'1e it furni' hes from its dense or' many ,; f
: WITH -
: ) CONTRACTS )IOItTGAf -
men, famous for their kindness:: of heal t .
frails in the South States. forests ilai'x-r' of 1, other inxtriunonts drawn at short riNcojkX, JA* B. TACAMO: E '
good
sub-tropical) tsuip-building qual- and generosity of disposition= :should:l re-
EfTL rr.E nsrcAN.
I Ol ice hour': From 9 to 12 o'clock, a. j. :OOKI:, I\KI.\S:: : .v co., 1
TIle climate of Florida is ecially favorable ty. Public land in great abundance maybe nain! s'ngle through life. There is no (tour 2 to ;5 1'\ m. '. -:'

to these, productions!' Tbe Ue- had in the Stale.: Kapid scttlcim-nt: more narkable ca
'rp.rtment'has! for some time pi been collecting a'ong the coast is Ix-inj made by persons that of the late George I'ealMiby. It is Grocers .J4 t-
said that in his: hi 'or\" there is a romance II. L. ,
fruits of this descrifon for the I intent upon tbe coHi'-e of fruits.! that perhaps has reveytt been: made ( j ( ) fc () ILl Ir m 0> 1r 9 ,, J

purpose of introducing tha into the Speaking-of (ho minerals of Floridawe public. .

most favorable: regionsand j in possession J are told that the penssula is almost A number. of years ago, when Mr. Pea- Attorney at AND 229 & 231 Front Stroot .:';:. 3,

of 'much Informa.ton! ul regard to everywhere n erl liJ with' coral and I shell (lodywas just entering upon his career of :7:0. Near Leekmnn .':$ .'J'J
; success as a business: man, in Baltimore, : : hnt jr1uini s Street '
: and its suitable-ss for those marls of the and TAMPA, FLORIDA ),:
the climate, << Tertiary! period, generally he met by chance in the street a poor girl :

useful products." consolidated. From this material: who was but a child, but whose pleasing' JAMES M :'100BEofKJ"j) j i

., }ro.Ftbe Report .of U) Statistician good building: stone ia furnished by'a! quarry face and gentle manner a .raci ,d his no- Bay Street, Savannah, Geo. 1LYMO5DJI.KINsN.Y.11. IINr.Y: llliHE3, JCO; )\ XEW. YORK 'J: "; ,. ;
showing lice. Questioning lir as to her parentage Will giveprompt attention to all ERAL ADVANCES made on Cotton con 3IarchlS61\ ly ;'; '.. 'i t
'Y' .ve compile the following Jhle, :,on Anasfusia Island, off the mouih of and surroundings, he {fwnd her in entrusted to hit care. to us or Jo our Correspondents in "/, .

the amount In bushels, &i of each principal the St. Johns. Greenland marl has been every way worthy his rejjnnl, and, a fit Tampa, Fla Ap'l, Sth. '66. York Ties and furnished Liverpool.lowest Bagging rates.. oc3m Hope SLOAN G ROO V E R. & COli- '',,:-f5'r .. I t l',

crop of Florida, theield per acre, reported: found in large quantities in subject for his ,.benefaction. lie at once I .

the total! avreage, the' avage price, and Leon county, but no analysis! has yet been pdopied! : her as his ward, and gave her an JOHN A. HexptEtox.: J. F. : 15ERR1EN OLIVER COTTON F.lCTOltS, -: .-' \ I t ,
education. As s-he advanced in age, her ......,'
value of each f1868 : obtained. : j
't the crop :' :}
: charms of person as!' well! as the IJli ht- HENDERSON &
= oS ""C :;:!: A correspondent of the Department in Editor & Tiopnetor Tallahassee Sentine Aa ; : !
the affections of
POO "04I 1 ::: ness of her ia'.elleet} won 4COMMISSION
[;- ., i_=!; :( Putnam county: slates: that the number of her benefactor. Through relationship!:; :

-' .,-.: ? .I.:. : :: n 0 \" 0 c. young orange trees set out during the he bad ample opportunity of watching Attorneys at COTTONFACTOR, MR CHANTS -iK': i

I .. .. .. '.. :. .. .i! s.. two between Jacksonville will her progress, day by day her hold upon I 1
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years .
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-0-'. ...: .. ... .. -,: .. I not fall sborL of his affections grew stronger. At length, TAMPA, FLORIDA. i m m i 5 5 i 0 u ,j$tc ctr (ja nf.ASD f. Clrghorni Cunningham'* Range, Bay St..Snvaiiuali .- f 'f-\', "' ;
250,000. \ ,.
:: I'.C"p, I as the ward bloomed into womanhood, ,.... J'4..-. I

*f< An_ abridged statement of the values of though much her sen'or in years, Mr. Peabody ................Ccorgin.T \ -...... 4 t ,
exports.from Jacksonville for the first! six offered her his band and fortune.Gratefully .- .
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1. rihii -dojajotonourv.. Will practice in the Southern \\N : i"
months of 185S, from January 1 to June appreciating bis generosity, Circuits, ol the tat4'. PURCHASING 'and ', .
F
iberal I advances on to \
; and acknowledging her attachment for Cth! Cottonconsigned our \ 1' J
30, is as follows : "Foreigni exports( S23 TanfyaMay 186. FORWARDING AGENT JJ correspondents in New York acd Liver ,. /. '. : 'll'I .
him almost father she with feel- "
as a great .
----r'QD'I tt PI.JtCy 4ft I
-_ 949.87 ; of which amount $22,938 were ing confused that honor compelled her =- .----- No 97 BAY STREET. pool. \ ,pw. I ...- ,
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/; . .. ... In pitch-pine lumber, tbe remainder!being to decline the' acceptance of this, his MED\ I IA L. (over Wilcox,GiLL & Co.) \ "r.'t-- \ ;'
M :>> 'I act of generosity, informing }her ,
I ; qnraUBwv'ON! ; chiefly in cypress shingles acd spirits otorpenline. greatest PHILLIP DZYALINSKI I V. .
Savannah Goo. p
1 .8 fig g suitor that her affections had been givento :; ,
Coastwise exports,$669,724; (!(QgiE r .
----i. another clerk in the employ of her
: --4. w ..... jo'110' a l1\n..ntll of Cotton, Corn. SjrupVool \ :
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the value
in which included cotton to
tP'4rj are i. benefactor. iJ WHOESALE CROCER lj r f
"I v1i idz 9UP'TI' \ Tohaceo.llic<", etc., upon which ,
j: -8 88 8416,492 ; pitch-pine lumber to the value Though disappoInted and grievously imng Surgeon: for the Pension:: advances will be made when de ired.- ;'% -\: .: t. ',' j
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1 of 8166,465.78 ; vegetables, &c., S24 shocked, 'the philanthropist sent for' his I .attention given to tli. aia! of all AXDCOMMISION ..' I S

:;tw ....... ::1 uofleuu mozWI 900 S10S25. clerk, and learning". from! him that, the engagement \; aJ.ly ,. -

..4 SJDi-pps-o m.e e7>;.34: !i> ; oranges, .... --- ,: had been of long duration, Mr. Physician & MERCHANT \\ ]1'
TIRO m-JI. W. OOBDO.H ,
} established his
81 888 88g I Peabody at once successful ; : .
For the Farm Garden, and Household .
From the abort K will bo seen that the rival in business, and soon after gave & GORDON1MERCHANTS "" \ .
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We can confidently recommend all our his benediction the marriage of his TAMPA: i:14A.1NDEflS :: DA Y STREET, :.
yolue of tie urn.cp is more than thirteen : upon I I31V
readers to promptly provide themselves ward. This it i is said was the first blow $ !;
1 and &'half tires' greater than all theA4.er with the. American Agritultutist? tor 1870. his heart received: and it i is possible:: that -L HIS: 1'IW 1..::. to ;' j ) ('c Q) rn JF G i 0> IT rJi(9Dn :::llJ:1): (t;} .;I 1 :

crpps motioned. The average We have received the first number of. the from .this episode came tue inspirationthat Tampa ces ,to Oct.the 15U citizusofTanpa .. .i : I

,,,, yieldof 10} bedels to the acre" is less 29th Annual: Volume, and Und it filled made the! futu-e of M r. 1\ bOll)' so' ( \ c.1\ *u\d '\\\1nJ\\ -:) Branch Offices at Quitman Geo., and Madison, \
State South with i a large amount of exceedingly practical universally!! \ distinguished, and has rendered FlaP S
than that of any other ,except Liberal advances on all consignments.p F : .... _
useful i information: not only on remarkable INSURANCE.
every his name famous as a! pub
Carolina \rhos< Is 102 Alabama iy.MEIlAliDIROU0, .. .
average ; 1
: subject wrtaining to soil cultu-e, inclu- lic ht.'ncfactor.-N' Y. Sun. -.
:
'IB next hgfaer( with an average or ding the Garden, the Lawn, and }Flowe .-.S..- LOUISIANA
.
i 10.8 ;\rhHe C fcrnla leads the van' with bed, and the 'are of the Jittle plots of the MARK or ILL-UREEDISO.---There is no S 7iL$1, Qe". ... :
City. and Village homestead: but also for better tesa of ill-breeding than the practice E } (! ;it
.
s.ndaverage445b1thels.In u i T A B still. continuA 1iiiine at the old stand ,
I the Housekeeper! and the Childrt-n. of interrupting another in con'l'"a.tilIl ,
trbeat Hjrida'8 of 9 bushels 8i5 J.tT1Efr7: all.ll1tfolr our Bt'ni
average Many excellant engravings: both braulilul : -'I by spi-akiug or commencing a remark the :M'-fchanU\!' mid Plutitrrs uf HilUltoro
is greate, than that of nine of the and instructive, give additional iutcr I before another ban fully closed. Xo well- LIFE the H'lj.uvtit' comities for the BRie vf Cot' WHOLESALE DEALERS\ l H ..,.. ,'

_ States, Califmla again leading' with tin c-st: to every numb r. Taken altogether! red person never dins it, r.or coutiaues J IXSDIMME\ \ n.l oilier Produce, ttWi for recei\irg nod 1'
the American :AgrhiiJturist Is one of the conversation long with one who does.- \ Cotton and Merchandise. I
of 2 bushels. In"rye hez.r pouts t S ota t
average II are )prepared to make lilx-rnl advances JOt9!I n ;
,
agepey&exoeedssevenoftheStites most beautiful and vllu-blejoumals in the 'l'he latter finds an interesting! conversation 42 CANAL St NEW ,\ nm"nts to u*for sale.in this Market /f .
_ ; ; wcrld, adapted equally to City, Village, abruptly"waived, closed or declinedby (' it is preferred to be forwarded to our ,
.in oats, two] barley,five ; potatoes, twen I and C.untry, while it is a marvel of clxipnxsf tho farmer,Without suspecting the "18SUESIJFE: POLICIES, \)'\ >' in Liverpool) New York, Philadelphia, READY-MADE CLOTHNOn'RNUIIIXQ | / \

ty-seven ; tbacco, three, Connecticut. : : owing to i iis:! unprecedented circula., causA wvll-bred person will never in Years l ly, Sfiui-aunmOly:with or Million, Fi fc-udicBnieiit.tll-n, Ten an or Haiti had.fifteen wore. in the \H:

adIn;wit} an average of 1,450 B>s. to'I''I tion, which dh ides t the cost of preparation terrupt:ODe who i is in all respects greatlyinlvfior. low and h rm.. a favorable as any : years experience ( GOODS. tc: ; / f
Commission Business
Florida leads South: among so many, that a great: deal It is often amusing to see perrns I the United :Sidles. \ ]or
the
acre; a ray, can be given to each.. Terms SI.50 a>. priding themselves on thA gentility of JOSEPH ELLLSON, we have an extended and gener 115 firouykton Strt t I' ', '
f CtroBn 1al td" ranks'equillX: : with ',New J. W. STONE. Vice ITI' t acquaintance to whom we refer with con 4\\
4x-' ; year; (our copies 55, or ten copies/fo/'. Vir manners, and putting forth all tbeir -. '. .
Hamshir/Xew York, and Georgia. $12. It is richly worth all it costs ar/ /Mort to appear to advantage In many W. P. HA1IPEU Secretary. Kwpeclfully Savannahcoi

..:..iJ4iWiiuy! beard it asserted more.. Orange Judd' & Co 'Publisher', ,;jther respects,'so readily betray all in t this t JOI1N WM. H.TISONV .A' '
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t Peddling Pardons. FROM WASHINGTON.WAEHINOTOS ilL, to the Tribune states that three per- .

L i it lor1h; tnin5ulzt'1: De-ceiuber U7.-The Dei art- I fOIlS, belonging ,to.a family of GeruiaA living -lished From in I 1870. 1870. .

:, .' WIlY THE DISABILITIES OF SOUTHERN.'.\ HEX ments are aU closed. twenty mile southeast of that city had died salaries : ,

J Largest weather is bod. from trichinre pork. Eight others are
Circulation in CJtj and Country. The very eating .
ABE NOT: REUOVED.. little .
. .. .. i. I : This morning's CArwiin says : Vile order prostrated from the same cause and will probably .-_-- ..-t.-.

3 :t JASUARY' 12th, l $:;.o. "Mack" writes from-Washington to the promulgated by the War Department, a&signing all dto The trichina con bo seen in immense any tains. ) nC -
: '- to Commander numb in the and aLso in the ;
, Gen. Terry duty as Military n meat,
: .. Cincinnati Enquirer; Cabinet ( ft
." Btzru JI.DICUL CIRCUIT, or Georgia, pending the reorganization of the 1letih of the who have died. '
must not misunderstand the motives ture $ i GOODS .
People
State of Florida. I : -
4 x-gihlatnro of the State, remands it to the con-: ivrYom, Dec 27.-Ten more Spanish gunboats *
,
,, OrJ"T, That the FLORIDA PUIMCUB, a of Congress in refusing! to grant a days to : ? .. \
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wt ) evipaparpubti.ed in the City of Tampa general amntsty and preferring to pass ition it occupied, under the reconhtructioij, have gone to sea. ty cents '. ""**

I e' o in uiJ Circuit be and the stflne is hereby bills now and, then giving pardonsto cU, and it is ibaiied under authority derived Tho tug boat Mode exploded at. her dock make

ae ijnated( as one of the Official paper of every roui them. The AdminLstration countrncs the There was a panic on the steamer Calohar,

V,: ". .-.... rid Circuit and that this order be recorded I specially named individuals.baser This'and the recent act of Congrc on the subject to be from Provide-no It was caused by fire, which that arrested the GROCERIESAND :
for
", OQ the Chincery Order Book and thai t the course is pursued a purpose! ,
Vr S Cfcrknotifj tie Editor of the PEHsrcua of more Tile than mere politics. Not alone a virtual repeal of all the laws pasttcd since then was extinguished without serious damage.1The once.. !

this order. t organization of the State Government after steamer Arizona brings Panama dates to
: that they are thus enabled to drum up recruits > .
t Don at CXarabew, in the City. of Tampa, for [the Republican party in the the war." I the ICth inst _
,1'-, thu 99th of NoTeojlxr.; 1869. lire.' StAnton the coffin It is reported that Peru sold the steamer R. \.
':':' AMES South oy excluding all who lean to the By the request of ,
t S :) T. MAG BEE,
:'a ':;; Judge. Democratic party from the privilege of of Mr. Stanton is cloned. No one is allowed I K. Cuyler to the Nicaraguan government, and PROVISIONS

". r ;'- amnesty. The chief object is to keep to ee Mr. SUmton'x face.10 military uni. that after repairing she will pry on Spanish tP-:
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STATE or FLORIDA )l open the door for corruption and bribery.A form Li permitted to apinair in the ceremonies. shipping In Cuban waters. .' "'"
I /: CouutloflIi1llboroughr. I The Bolivar revolution under Morales is
would yield .
.. general amnesty no money,; ,
3 "-, J, M. P. Lyoi Clerk of the Circuit Conrt' fieeL OPENED AT THE STORE
DI. .
individual amnesties can be, and oftenare Incessant nn.. BUppre FOUR '
: ia and for the (' !
It County nd SUte aforesaid do
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: ,; hereby certify. that the /.>regoiugi a cOlrt' t. toad a source of revenue to tho men The Tribune wys; ad\iccs from Washington Most of tho lArge ware houses of Santiago tate of OF '

I ::;;,i,.. copy t>f the original order DOW on reeordin. who dealnhem out. I cannoi say: that represent the intentions of the Administrationas Chili are burned. The loss is heavy. the Hc> '4

.a .. ay office. any member of Congress has been paid favorable, to the early recognition of Cubuu' Gen, Holburt was unofficially: received at and I,T H.. ,: -
; the ",
"- o'i J Witness, my hand and seal of of directly for securing the insertion of a belligerency, and Mr. Simmer's views arc bo- Bogota. The speeches alluded favorably and lying : : G. Covacevich '
: .
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ceNo 30th .
1869. ,
; v M. P. LYONS.3erk0 name in an amnesty bill, but I can say ievod to have been uttered with respect to the the proposed Darien Canal '. to.wiL : ;

t :;' f Ct Ct, Ililltboroagh Co. Plarr that persons ,have paid as high as S100 anti-blavery character of Genl Ce pedos and STBACCSE; N. Y., Doc 27.-Seven large The EJ 't-\. ," .l.- .

,' for that privilege. The money is paid to his gO"CrDInClllW brick stores in South Salina street: are (burned. the 1CO-35 X W J Per Steamer Lavacca from New Orleans, ."

I, S. influential friends of Radical members of December 29 Noon.The Mex- The total loss is nearly half a million. ,c
f. \ AiHixoTos, ,
.. The Grand Lodge of Free &Accepted And | WiilTK CORN t' ....
:: ...: ," Masons the Reconstruction Committee; and I takeit jean Commibbion have yet made no legal dccisons. RICHMOND: December 2-The State Central the S \% J : WHISKEY,'COFFFE. '
meets in Jacksonville
: "-- .. to-day. that this state of affairs is not entirely) In fa t, tho Cotrt i in not yet organized, Committee of the Radical seoedcrs will submit Sec 2G, T cANDY. CLARET WINE, -

\' '. unknown to those members. Men\ come the being ubt eut and Mr. Cushing,who a bill to Congress that the acres, SOAP, MACCARONL ". 3.j" .. -
tmipirc
: ," \ ', Smuggled goods to the amount of several here from the South to their disabilities > providing Legislature And VEBMICILLL CHEESE.: : : ,,. '

..t1 ; ,;. a hundred dollars I were.seized! in Key removed. They want get to be eligible eprebeiiU Mexico, objects to the Mexican shall meet and take only the oath prescribed the S W4 BUTTER. LUll 1" \... "',' .
laims.] The nominations of an umpire was ro- in the Fourteenth amendment, and after 60-25- 8, Pilot Bread French Bread Batter '. "
'r West a few.days ago by Collector Vzrnce.S f fbj: office of some kind. They are very And *
-- errod to the English minister, Mr. Thornton. electing State officers and judges shall adjourn I '"

:I t ', Charles, Sumncr and-- -B. F.'Butler have: I theirXnames soon directed inserted to some in one the who next' can bill have and This morning's Chronicle bays that the>tit and submit its work to Congress, upon whoso E,And("( Pickles Buckwheat, Onions:. i .-, :

meat tnt from this to the New York Tribune approval the State shall be admitted. .'
Sr ., taken possession of U. S. Grant as ga r. for thik insertion they are,willing to pay city A FINE ASSORTMENT OF ., \ Ii ;
and in that of yesterday,
published paper \ ;
S Their b taken-nor do From Boston. ,
.. fiIyg_ interim., liberallyV money .
and the Cuban
certain
.! L .. ; I believe It all goes into the pockets of imputing views purposes :BOSTON, Dec. 29.: -Two companies of Fenian Boots & Shoes \ j
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-' > question to President, Mr. Fish, Secretaryof
I : '. It is reported that an expedition 1,500 tbe men who first received it. These are volunteers, armed equipped and uniformed : : I 1
is all Tampa
State, and Senator Sumner, in its assertions -
facts of which every member of Congressis forming a part of the fourth "battalion of the I I ,
: o" is
New
strong fitting out in York to
assist
., and influences utterly without founda-
'f aware. 'Time was when the mere sus- Legion !Jof St. Patrick, mustered into L
I were service I
TAX L SPLENDID STOCK 0V \.1 1i
th Red
River insurgents. lion. ;
of this would have called fora
picion truth here: this evening by CoL John Brown, i
.
& $320 000.Assistant
Enniug.-P.t'n'uue to-day, ,
searching investigation. But corruption the mustering officer of the Legion for Eastern .. .4 "
The
Legislature has been in session for
: the Paehard-
Treasury Tin
Secretary '
stalks so shamelessly abroad, and so Massachusetts. Each: numbers ware t--
:
fiftymen
; ,' the past ten days:, but we are without any penetrates every department the government son lO.,itively quits on the 1st; of January. properly officered. company,Tho Legion is in comniaiid tI I I Ii

advices as to what that august body L* now-from thExecutive who, Senator Pratt, of Indiana, ha. rcsigne-d \' a \
of Ge-n. :Burke whoso headquarters are BY i
: sells his Cabinet position to the highest I It is now haul that the decrease e>f the debt in 1 t
: doing. I in New York, and it is the military force of and will ,
_ bidder, to the bureau oiiefe who extort will huri'ly roach three million. :" 1'lie
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the John Savage wing of the F cuian brother- house 1\
1- i Hon. dollar donations from the t-tarving clerk The Agricultural report, just out, makes the day of .\ keep constantly oahmtl '
))v r William Jlungen, M. C. from under them-that it, is: dangerous r( to startan cotton 2,700,000 cominereiul bales fully hoot! The avowed purpose of tli movement Bale, the floe aMortirent of Shawls Blanttt. Flas 4 .

.. .. Ohio, has our thanks for,a pamphlet' copy enquiry, because it is impossible to crop is to }prepare for any opportunity for a asp much Calico Sheeting! 8hirtin .Jeans, Balmo I
.. : 1 of his able tell where it will to it will equal to 3.000,000, bales of four hundred (fetId t in Ire land. There are companies in Law. StaU and << !*, Ticking*,, Stocking*, Osnaburgs Table 1( 1
very speech upon the repudiation stop or what .. Denims Paula Clutb Al-
lkflmd; owning t> ; ) *, DeLalaes -
Lowell und the cities
reucc all and consider. 1
v, ; 1 of the na.tionat debt. lead. One of there days the I'l'Opli11 for the ; 1'IaiilStriie'( Hickory.Lin en. Hand- t I .
wake up to the fact that greater crimes! A :New Scheme Reconstruction far Virginia. able towns in this section, and their numbersare lUirrj", 1 Collars, Merinos Jacooeta. Wiater t

r -: A grand excursion party will soon may IMS committed against a nation by said to bo funuidiible. Range;: 16 | *. Cambrics, Drillings) GaMimnres. : i.

make'a trip from Louisville, Ky., to thieves disguised in the livery of loyalty Special' Dispatch, to tho New Yoik Times.WAfcHiMiTox ATLANTA, December 31.-Foster Blodgett, .Sec :31, l \ (I *, (;lOY"," Lawn, .. : 1 "t-

1 "Jacksonville! Fla-, via tho Macon and than by bravo men, wearing openly the December 2t'.-Imjwrt.iut: intelligence Chairman tho State Central Committee of Collins hill Grocery Deportment can always be found "J J JL }
p H rung wick Railroad. uniform of rebellion. } the Union itepulhaui\ party cf Georgia, has T 28, '[ FLOUR of all Grades* I 1 .

I_ -4'. .. .... .. ached jour correspondent to-night issued a call) for a meeting of the committee, lining K* J i-4 -=-
\ A fre-m a reliable nouroc Richmond, concerning; Ellis < rii Salr. Corn. Bacon, Pork, Shoulders, -
murder
trial wa pending lately at A SPANISH cRDER.-The Claries- to be held in Atlanta on Wednesday, January r. !
: \ ''*;'.-. JIarianna: before a jury of negroes, not ton Nt ics :is informed that a young man: "new movement regarding the admishion of Stli 1370. lie invites all publican' meuil>ers (olltainin: iltk..rrl,CoJlisli, },(a\French:>:arunl'rmlcllit.Bread, Picklef! Fancy, Sugar Can- : c .I .'

-4 \ __ -4 .-: S \ .. one of whom could write his name: if he named Lamar, a connection of the Georgia Virginia. It is to thu effect that since the ndournnicnt of thu Legislature to be prevent at the meet X W4 i.f\' : li-ker bodn; Crackeg.-1'iIot Dread. Coffer, f" I

-: ..)bad one, family: of that name, was arrested by of Congress: there Live l ll een rcjient.& ing. S E 4 of I : ir4-ci am! iiark Tea. .1. t4bt.r
J. --- ... .. .. the Spaniards at Matanzas on tho 23rd e The Secretary' of tho Democratic Committee<
I \ Hon. C. ),{. Hamilton has introduced a of December and executed on the following Republican Party in regard to the admission tuning ; Sugar. "uJi\f:! Matches Cigars. 5>J \ ,
issues a call l to the Democrats for the some 4\erojone
pur- Lee T () : Oil, Canned Fruits
I r- 0 bill to [ the Custom House day. The charge against him was of tho SUte. Governor Wella has: held, 'pul"ye{ I ,
remove from
\ pee on the same d.\:. &. Nutnieu's, SaiF.! : \lu.t rJ. ::Snuff Milk,
I ; St. Marks to Cedar Key The bill was that he had secreted some arms and a and null adheres to the opinion, that nothing Forl'ln'eTr 1 Vkrar. Pepper, Spice Dried Apple and '! \

I Cuban flag in his; quarters, anil was one further ought to be required:: by Cou.jroh: Porter R 21, T 1'ien. l.olltterll: lVe-an Xut*. Che !!eCJwiNC
: read twice and referred to the Committee POBT Sun, Dt'c'rollt'rtn-The: :Steamer; Sterling $ & SMOKINC TOBACCO -1"
.f
of of the extremists' SV4 (
of a baud l compiratorswho were to Humphrtys, and the rest t PWDER:: ,
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':' n Commerce. burn and destroy about thirty plantationson reject every proposition short of Mr. Simmer's piksxed through the eanal ia twelve hours, X E4 of : LEAD. 1.l' -

,:" Christmas night. It i is btliieved that plan[ requiring members of the Legislature and and departed immediately for Bombay. Several ICO) 4'S') SHOT t
.
I
J' .4 ; The first quarterly session of the there was not a word of truth in this State officers! to take the "iron-clad"oath. On other: steamers were fc'llowinp.Mu T 29, CAPS. 1 ".
} Grand Division of the Sons of An lortraent of Measures Buckets Broo ms t
Temperance .
tremendous tale. Lamar was called a Tuesday evening a conference of leading Republicans >niD, December 30.-Coftelor, a leading Wilson :
y : ,: of the State of Florida for the AXe lvei. Pails. Tuba!, !Sieve' !, ... J
'- negro by the Spaniards, but was a white \Va.1 held, which after a protracted publican, denounced the ministry an readyto T 30, X :; : NAILS OF ALL SIZES. t
t: : ,year 1870, will be held in the city of T :3i>, : ) <
:. man... born in Cuba: of American parent*. interchange of views, adjourned over until today throw tim crown as they would a fragile toy, Drew, Coflei't<, Tin Pans. Pint and Quart. Cups h

i Jacksonville on \yednesday, January -He walked to the place execution coolly when another meeting: was heM Among to ft boy Kin:;. I'ocktKniTei, Table Kui yes, Gimlets, Lock. 1, I
.
I & :- 19th, at 10 o'clock A. M. and died like hero. Mayo. .lling. l'ot1l..arel'.o!!, l'in!, Needles: Ax'0\
smoking a cigar, a those present were Colonel Jenkins, late chairman December !
I ': .. __ PVBJS, 30.-Ollivier has not yet &rewuj Tacks t-poon, Irons But. *e. '

& "Vmdex" devotes a whole column of rica. Cuba .. of the State Committee ; Judge; Bend, formed the ministry.The A I I..,) and splendid uesortmeot> o( \,.11...J .'
-- Cougiessnian Platte, and other Kfjmblicans of bullion has Brand
decreased neaily tLiity 1 million Ttuiip.i, t
.. 1 the Sentinel our article the bang- SOCTnERISLAD NAVIGATION COM hisk -
; l upon <\.
.
1 iuiljtncc, and it was finally agreed that a bill francs.
., .',. PAXY.-Lieut.-Gov. Gleason anil .T. J Wines,
Ipg of Josiah Byrd, and seeks to relIeve should prepared the admission of Virgin :
: I HIVANA Docemlxr 31.-The Lemon Syrup, .
Flanigan arrived at Key West, en route Governor of
:;::. Judge Wesoott from charges which werenever ia, to be1, preseute-d' in Congress, withthoM- DURSt Raspberry Syrup,
Xew York the 15th These \ has thc citizens -
for on Dec. :Matau/as ordered to d ', made him. We lowiug conditions : The State to be admitted, ; ( /) ,nir.ion Mint Julep,
against distinctlydisclaim
I gentlemen have been making A preliminary tl.'ir private arms undir pain erf court inartirJ. :State\ tlf ; TEllJl CASH OR COUNTY 1lllOUCE' .

./ Wescott in article of 22d rivers for the iPur1'se of testing! the feasibllity thereafter ; afU'r JL h-cting State: eifficers and 1 PAIUH! December 31.It i is feared th.it Oliver f.'r bait } -
:5 upoBJndge our House! ) T.irap\Jammry ;oth, 1870. too
'l
>"w-iaj such acts as are to put iu
jia ; iwce-vsary
of in ido steamboat
.
; making an > will bo unable to fora the Miid.try.MADr.1D 7th lny _
.. ." December. ,Vo have the"C..'!)' highest navigation from Jacksonville* to Ki-\, t'I' r.ltiou t the Coustitutiou adopted by the", people Die-ember :31. Gimrul
:,; respect for Judge Wescott, and would boas West, by connecting the St. Johns am last July, then to elect Jud, ;;'s ; all the act5 been released. > Win. 13. I'

4 far from knowingly doing him an injury ,- Indian rivers by canal, and Indian rive 11\SKt'.1IUlJ officers and Judgm t 1 lectfd.tobc nub-! __ ___u Si of } NEWGOODS '
/ with the ditfl're-nt.inlet.*, and Lake Wort! wiu'tl to Congress and approved that bo as "Vindex" or other friend would.TEXAS ,
any E:
4 S t 8! ; 6
: : with Biscayne Bay. They with their assistants Ihe bill will fnrthermoio that
-- _.. proviso tholicp- Dr. Osgood has become an Episcopa of S W J. ;
made tho porf&ge into Lake and ; .......
reH'lltat'u :Senators elect from
: Virginia T 3U : :
BY *
Han. LAST ...
,
; DIVIDED. The Sun'sI STEAMER
I ;: TO BE ,
Worth, where they found the water of the shall be admitted to Congresn/ M territorial dilTegates

;it :' ;Washington, correspondent writes : lake deep{ and navigable: its entire length only, until such time as Congress ahal Geo. D. Prentice continue criticallyill TJAVING CST RECEIVED a mont Com- V \ :1J \ :

El ; There is a movement on foot, to be developed i for steamers. From Lake Worth t they approve the act of the Legislature, and le- with rheumatism of the heart. Tampa iL I>Iete 01 elegant Stock of .

,- as Boon u Texas is admitted into made portage to Hillsboro Inlet, 'New\\ dare tho Stvte fully in the Union. This bill Senator Pratt is going to resign. liedoesn't -_ t

Ik "'. the Union, to create two new States.- River and Biscayne Bay. The route was will be = t
brought to Washington by the 10th of like to be Senator.
11 .. ..j. There are two bills now before the House found to be entirely practicable, requiring FaL .
January, and itspagsago will be J
urged by a Winter -
\ reconstruction committee for that purposes only one lock and less:! than thirty miles strung ddegntiou of Itcpnbhcans, including a Senator Pratt, of Indiana, lias reconsidered | I :i :
:
i to detach that portion of Texas of canalling. number of influential colored members of the his purpose' : to roigu. .
I : lying west and south of the Colorado river The lIon. A. II. Moragno and W. II. Ft (
party. It is also pre>jxibed! by them, as a part John A "Willis Western
I .." and to call it the State of Lincoln, and Hunt President and Vice President of IVnnsjlvanla 1
of the compromise: to require all Judges to i is mentioned GRITS
.. ; ? as l successor! of t the late ;
I and another provides for the States of the contracted for the construction

company :
take oath that obnoxious 1\\
S they, arc not to the Judge Stanton on the Supreme' Bench.
I Houston, Lincoln and Texas, to.,be andearly completion of the work
Fourto 'nth Which i
Aiurndniei I have /1
It is said that: few if rrchaw
l
I. -i "carved out of the bounderies of the pres- with a highly responsible party in New Horraco Greely is lecturing on Temperance t'r pnr'H than in New York at low
of the Ulo.IenteIq.uI: in Iluloaondfavor : flnerbon account. of the '
any cl\lIS dei
L, -- -r : cut State. York, subject to the mutual agreement of in New York."Washington's IIIM of Gold ai Cotton. and therefore ,

$1 Ip estimates by the Engineer of the Cumpa- as an original plan, the imposition of the body-servant died again : a reduction m Pies accordingly. make :r4"l''

:;' EGYPTIAN COTTON.-Recent letters ny and the Engim-erof the contractors.The .- conditions recited but are indne-ed to propone the other day. LI-; IO 'I t !
p the1 because, otherwise, they fear the State :Fr CALICOES ---i 1L$11IRfg ;.
1k-----e' ;from Egypt state that the Viceroy is unIt contractors !selected J. J. Flanigan They say tlie Eric Railroad has paid I /.1 dojibtedly In earnest about the as their engineer and the two engim.trria will Le kept ut through::; the influence of the ,
-> increasing David Dudley) Field Slb:,000, in legal ; I
I supply of cotton, to says the London correspondent now busily engaged making their extreme men in Congress. fees within the past 'ear. & \\V \\' \ } *
of the Financial estimates and in their WASHINOTOX, December 30.-A proclamationis I
J I .. Chronkle, drawing up report. A and dashing daughter of P. T .'ill EE'9.\"G.\ / j ,
gay
who writes under date Union. being prepared forbidding expeditious into
('1'. : tbejllth: instant. Barnum is said to have eloped from her .
I 7 ;.- He intends to give every possible facility ,-_- l"'incc'Hullt'rfll Jjand. husband not long J EA \". 1/
/ p, for extending the cultivation of cotton In ANOTHER RADICAL R.\SCAL.-\ The Merchants Exchange Bank of New York ago. '

I I his dominions.. .To that end he has lately York dispatch says; 4Henry A. Allen, did not 'loot>t! but $i OOOU by Oakl ,'s! defJca- LaRue, the negro minstrel, originated OSX.iBURGS: "

t I, i .. appointed a European manager, delegated Keeper of the Treasury Building,was arrested -.. tion. "Shoo Fly." Then crucify hira-.xhoot: Also !a Soerior Lot of I

I with special power to cSect any change and held in $10,000 for examina- It is reiterated that the President. will refer him down on the spot. "

1 t': he may think desirable in the present tion on the charge of having presentedfalse the alleged irregularities of the Texas electionto Edwin Dean the retired stage mana- .Alabama Plaids J .- ,: f .

;.' ; modes of preparing cotton for shipment and fraudulent receipts to the Government Congress.A ger, father of the famous Julia Dean, is Hickory Stripy ':. \' JS

: 1 to European. market. on which he obtained money circular from the Comptroller's office suggests in New York, visiting his old threatical For; : ,!]
t : which he appropriated to his own use ; friends.A ) ri
C' I as a matUr of safety Uw refusal of all fi fty Kersey ,
i .-. : SHOOTING AFFRAY ix GEORGIA.-A and also of having destroyed a book of and hundred dollar bills of the first National -I
7. 'is\ difficulty occurred at the Sub-Treasury containing a record of col1os. al statute President Lincoln
: .. Dealing,Georgia, on Ca J imere
Rank of
Jersey City. l't;
disbursements. modeled by If. K. Brown to be erectedin
\ Monday last, resulting in,the death of A. J t
4,, '. N. Uodo ana Ellis Adams. The quarrel "! -*m... P. :M.\ -Kevenne to-liy, $GjBooo.HecreIJU'y Union Square:; New York, i jjn exhibition Ticking: I.' i
1 Brown who was in love with a Boutwtll A.-
: young returns on Saturday. in Philadelphia., .
S.' began at Hodo's store between Lambert ..
lady, asked permission to call her by the The customs for the week tho t
ending 21th
Tlie !
andAdams. Uodo and his brother were lion. Geo S. Boutwell lecturedin Denim _
explicit{ name of some animal, which wr.s amount to nearly two million.
hot while Lambert the Boston Music Hall last '
acting as peacemakers. evening, J'1
granted1icondition that she should have ..I
gr' then pursued Adams and hit brother the WASHINGTON, Dec. 31.-Secretary Uoutwell on "The Transition Period of the United A Lawn, <" 1 ....
Brown -"
same privilege. Onlea\infr
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and shot Elljs Adams, and was himself has returned. States." :Much:\ 'disappointment was expressed War and White llixed' ,-
said "Good ( Iknt. l.
: night, deer !T Good night p Gold Mix.
-. shot hi the lip. A.N.Hc.dowas shot InS boar !" said she. Bro\vn has since !givenup The announcement |,f a financial, policy for at his avoidance: of financial top I ed Ktpellont for Gcntlcun'swtar.. _

-S the breast, killing him instantly;his broth- the of ladies.i January is expected; tonightP. ic*' ,, t I
company young I La-lif-s
r------ oJ er, a one-legged man, was shot in the side, -_- --. M.-There was no Cabinet meeting to '" The lIon. TraBuckman. who claims to amine: my are btock t'tqlN"ially of .britod to call and ex. I i tI -

but not dangerously. Adams was shot Soly's cotton pickery in New Orleanswas day. bo tlio hfath'r"" of the Kxcitfe law, and i ia is I .

'- and afterwards had his thrdat cut by some destroyed by fire on. Monday night. General McCJeJlan i is. here. strict tompermee man, and a memberof DfeESS GOODS, ,

--..- 'unknown person. The tragicr occurrence Loss, 30000. SEWS FROM ALL P PARTS several ''Sons of Temperance organ 70 : \ '
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has caused much excitement in Augusta The second volume of' Alexander II.I CICZXKATX DecO 2S.-At.. Mount izations, yesterday, procured a license at LAHES HATS ,

I and throughout the country where. the Stephen's work on the war will be out Pleasant yes the PohiceCentral, Office, for a Queen's FASHIONABLE
'I 'parties. were well kJlO'nl. this month. tcrday a blacksmith: named McDonald, in a sa- county liquor dealer., .." BONNITS (f11\tf. rtylen) .

1 S .... .. loon playfully snapped a pistol Thomas Corcoran Albert R. Hatch, a lawyer. of Portsmouth And ClO'.w. at prices wtch will suit alL _

4 ha North German bark Mutter? Schultz The Havana papers predict that brown and shot him doad. He had carried the N. II., has instituted Jesuit for libel \ ,

I &litli; master, from Pensacola, bound sugar' will be worth forty'cents a pound revolver without a cylinder for several days, I l against Stephen' S. Scammot. for publishing i The 1Iihest Market Price .rfl be given forlaU \ ; ,
And ldndaof
1 to iMVypooL England, got ashore off before another year. snapping it at people. He says he forgot the an advertisement charging hat i '.1. t ,

I. SUg&rBj.ontbenghofthe 25th "* cyiyndex was replaced being very drunk at the I. several notes collected of him by cota- !

r -1 nit., ana soon after striking was dismasted The"clergy cost the United States 812- time. His character has been good asia peaceable plainant weje forgeries ; also against Country Produce j '

1c* and filed with water. The captain 000,000 per annum ; tlie criminals, S40r citizen. lie was arrested and gave bail to Frank W. Miller and George W. Marston hich I[ .

; "" ,:, >and crew *>ived safely in this city on 000,000 ; the lawyer, 70,000,000. ; and appear before the Criminal Court publishers of the Chronicle, for publishingsaid 1(reduce C. L. FRlEBELEt' .\ .t'; \

t' Tuesday JastvDlyatch 1st. J I rJm 200,000,000. <.. l CHICAGO December ") :
-v fr. ,." i 29.-A pccial from Bel- advertisement. Nov_. Tampa Dec. 15th, ./. i_

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< -A e 1(.rlbl> t, It i>nlsttIltr.i .. ,A Candidate for Chattahooche. cH# 5ctUI1Urons. AT WHOLESALE ,..' -, -, a .

That lazy rascaJ,Charles Wilson,alias 'I '

i WEDNESDAY JANUARY 'Charles McKay, (colored]) who has been .
12th,. ASSORTMBNT BEST 1EYER 1\\ \
t I stalking around town and had no 'visible .. AND '; : .
' LOCALINTE :
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) LICENCE. % :
means of support, and who has long been OF I : aEb

.' been The weather for the past week has I suspected of being the perpetrator of .. .. ::E: -.zu.Proclamation. Azr.1.: : : OFFER.. .. -

," unsettled and blustery. 1 many petty thefts, has at last come :to 1P.ALLAND I.. I ? ,, .

The steamer Governor Marvin left I grief, to the great satisfaction of all the! \ :
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Manatee on Thursday,last with 223 bead honest people of the place. One day o ',' ;r a.

w:T>>>eef-caitle fot the Havana. market 'this week the aforesaid Charles was caught c 0'J:a ':', "., .. ., ,_ .

Rev. L. G. Lesley, who resides near stealing money ($3.00))fronfthe drawer' of H Z t'f O-. ..' .... ..... F,", -,.t::;'&\= .

I Ihe.moulh of the Alafia., ''broke his leg Capt. Sweat's bar-room, arrested, car- a r rrI r.. ..-' ",,:' r '.

.the other day. ried before Justice Armor, and failing to t \ \\ ,, BYLEWINSON t-v rl'l..t 4 3. .., ,>y "'te-",''" < ,t'. ....
o o
t "Mt. [. Grant has moved his stock find bail, was ordered to Key "West lock Q 1 iH
I i .of Charles stealing in a building is a "' $:: C .. 1
to his new Store: near the up. a : C"J'J
BETTMAN t:: 1. "
E i Ei J4 J utch. \ passport the Penit ntiary. G O O .D S" & = .r: [ ore= 0 tzj t

Dotl-- amfl Conliff, an old and We paid flying; visit to Pino Level := h ..a. 1 tj ,. ; 1 :
,
l' highly! esteemed! citizen"of Manatee coun TO THE CITIZENS OF ..-. '- .. ,
r. ty, died at his residence oir 5th inst. Manatee county, last week, and had an JUST RECEIVED BY E
opportunity of seeing what the :D It
people o 0 t'j :
I The mulberry trees around Manatee Hernandd Polk. Sumter :J .,.
town are Hillsborough i
down that &c. The
were doing
full "> way ..::: : 1
oTyoung berries which will in \ .
1 ripen .
L f couple of weeks. cane was stills'tending in the fields in full E. A. CLARKE & CO. s. E .
tassel and Counties
:= and looked as greea: and flourishing adjoining : r
t Oar young friend,Rev. Junius S. Collier -
as if'it had felt no winter. The potatoes .

f :JBcaaopy.has departed, to enter upon, his work.near also looked,as green as in mid sum: WE IAYEOPEIfED IN THE BROWN BUILDING AT TAMPA Just Received've !:

I now offer FOR SALE, one ot the LARGEST STOCKS OF GENERAL fj
' mer ; but as to turnips, cabbages, beets, Fine Assortment of Calicoes, DeLaines,
j'. Capt. John Miller requests us to state carrots &c. of them A Challeys. Alpaca, Bleached and Brown .' J k .
peas, we saw none
ski 1 Salt .1 ;
, that he is paying 10 cents in cash or 11 Cotton Osnabnrga, Jeans, Cass mere Flannels: Assorted Merchandise 20 Barrels Flour CJfl rr i
, because they are not planted notwithstanding 4tabPuLtoeti ...
j .cents in trade for seed cotton. Brown and White IKentoeky Jeans Ilickcry CorA 1.Oorn ,. J.
they would do so well. The Stripes, Tickings Ginghams[ Striped Domestic lri Onions. ea Ou&J J/ I. ,1:.
;1 BAY D. L. Branning and family arrived Ladies Hose Half) Hope Handkerchiefs f ,' ...
people were generally employed-some Ribbons Buttons of all deseriptionstc. Soda Cheere Coffee "I'itroe p I -
Crackers
i- on Friday last. Mr. Branning has al- To South Florida .
Ever Before
"Brought "'
A fine lot of 1"
cow-hunting some hunting deer and turkeys I ;
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jeadyjentered upon the discharge of his Lard, Soap, Starch, Matches. Sh ot. Powder I t :yw0
\ duties some killing hogs, some making agar / __ '
Ocady- TIndc Clothing, Selected with the greatest care ly Mr. I. BI-UMENTIIAL. in the markets .
,. The Messrs. Ught&ey have on hand at and some planting corn. Everybodyseems BOSTON NEW YORK PHILADELPHIA, and BALTIMORE at the JF>o @ ill' 9 .' l J

their several gins on the Alafia more than to be busy! prosperous and happy.

\ 100,000 lbs of seed cotton.l Monday was County Court day, and a' BOOT 8 and SHOES, Hats LOWEST MARKET CASH FIGURES m m e ., ..; :. ::1 }l
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of .
good many the JIanateeiies were out .

evkh Many for thanks those boots to Capts.for which Miller&we Covac-have there, all prepared with three feeds! of The STOCK is complete in all its department Of Epsom Salts, Wrih\'. Pill.. LauJnuta Par "-,a.-t t' I.I

been begging, and with which! we are per com for their horses, and wallets' well h ARDWARE.DI gone Camphor, /. CPreseed I '

fecdellghted.Capt. filled with "hlties," beef, pork,I biscuit, :l:>>r'5r'5 c.ood.sSurh Tin Pan..Tin Cups or an loads I:I I

T. Cowart, the efficient Assistant rice, sausages, and sugar and coffee for ( rt'
\ Revenne Agent for South Florida, themselves and interloping friends Be- Crockery-ware, i i
a as DOMESTICS PRINTS, LAWNS, DeLAINCS, WOOLENS FLANNELS, BLANKETS 1 t
Arrived on the Lavaca from-Key "West- sides these good things every man had. SHA WL DRESS GOODS LACES. WHITE GOODS: CLOAKS, CLOTHS, HOSIERY .:,

3.. Many thank to Capt Cowart for late his, blanket and at night all gatheredaround WOODWARE NOTIONS, SK1UTS. Co. KentuokpJeans. Black sewing Si.k, snorted 1 j

,j I New York papers and some most excellent large lightwood fires, wrapped Our Assortment of 1 \

;. Havana. I themselves in their blankets, and slept as @ lass & ilHu. "Vnrt, Coati'ThreaJ, Flax. Mixed \eedl-. and /1 YA 1 I Iof

comfortably as if they had been in first :
a oBOOTS SHOlES I
The schooner Annie. bound from Sarasota 44 ofGenta fine CalhkiR w .
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< class hotel. Mizell f
dispatched
Judge promptly -
to this''place'with fish and salt, SADDLERY & C. "i' I
vent ashore at the mouth of the Little the business in Court and then all II vam-1 and extensive compmin LIEN, BOYS YOUTH'S( BROGANS, MEN'S |BOOTS : I
I bands homeward bent their A Fresh of BALMORAL Shoe.., LADIES'. MISSES':; and CHILDREN'S SHOES and GAITERS, in any -
i. Manatee way. supply .
the of the 2d lust Shoes.
on night -
quantity and of all qualities. t} !
E:. The freight has been brought off', and we Die EEJTOB:-Float>e permit a passing no- FAMILY GROCERIES. / I I4

learn that the schooner will be off tice fc tLe Peninsular of Mr. Sparkman's Examination r ( ) IID :
gotten which took place at the CampGround @. 1t mm n tJ I Ir 11 >If ILl ii alhn ro ff @ @ o lAdies FINE KIP BOOTS. '. ': -, W I
in a few days: Batter, i .
fit
1 on the 21th alt It sLould be remembered .Z '

:. t We would be much pleased to be able however, in the premises, that when ilr. Cheese, A COMPLETE LINE OFSTATIONERY.. A lot of Fino PO CK ET KNIVES _'. ,,J 1\ j

tocomply with the,request of several of Sparkman commenced teaching here, some Fine Combs, Rubber and horn Ilres.mg Comb __/ ; -( ': ,'J
since, that nearly student bad to Starch. Clothing i aDd Brusbes, Cig.rs. Grand Mogul ; !:
our Peace Creek friends in publishing the years every Ready-made .Smoking 1..'. i \ .
make a beginning in nearly every branch of Tobacco Chewing Tobacco eto. t ,
very ble address ot our friend, J. L. M., All of the above aDd various articles too nu. I I
learning; bet, through Ma indefatigable labors Pickles, :
but the.want of space compells us to decline it what TIM Y'S and YOUTH'S 'Wear merous Lo mention can be bonght ADd the 'j _1 I
was really astonishing to see rap- HATS, for MfcX'S, above inducement of one ... t '\ .
publishing it. id advancement had been made during the Soap, Greenbacks, by calling early aeweareoffering *-- if
past year. Their proficiency and thorough great inducemeDt JUI call for what rOil t. "-
f, Capt.W> E. Sweat has given up his training in mathematics and other brancheswere Crackers \ want at the old stand of j ...
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position AS,deputy .sheriff. This is to beregretted not only satisfactorily demonstrated, but -.y,
but, Mr. Albury in selecting also evinced much skill and perseverance on Kerosene Oil. Tea, Coffee, Sugar, Candles 01' 1'lLh, 1869. E. P. G-"A.' I t, ,$/ '. f i tv t-

fellow townsman J. D. Haygood the part of the teacher. In short, every patron ..-' l. ;
our ,
,
Lard Soda mustard Spice, Candy, Willow-Ware.
expressed himself: perfectly satisfied with Pepper Wooden
ESQ., to succeed Capt Sweat, has made
the advancement of the school, and Mr. Spark- NOW OPEN ..; iPlLL
a zfflR fortunate fection, one that will, All kinds of Smoking and ChewingCORN -
man's faithful labors as an excellent teacher. .. ,
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we feel_assured, give universal satisfaction The audience were well entertained in the and Plantation .
Q Q) Q) Family Supplies. '' II
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forenoon by declamations, excellent extracts t> \ All\ WINTER 4

and poetry, which, indeed, proved> the spiritof ,

Passengers per the Laraca from Key the occasion. &, FLOUR BACON, FLOUR LARD, BUTTER, COFFEE, SUGAR, CHEESE, and every ." I r

Wett report that dispatch .was received The signal for dinner being given, the pupils thing belonging to a FlliST: CLASS::; GROCERY HOUSE. \
At &y weSt before the Lavaca left followed by the audience, were conducted to And we will continue to receive by each
just steamer from New Orleans and New York ad- '
the tables, where bountiful Stock of VIRGINIA and NORTH CAROLINAS \ '
a repast wan spread call the A Large Goods
tbatplace, stating that 1500 Cubans had thtiou! to our Stock. Give us a at -I -
before them. The abundance and variety of
,; voluntarily: surrendered to ,the' Spanish atrous for the Blue Store Q & CD) ?)
"guud things io" gotten up by thej SD S1 ) )) Si o tAT
force and that more had offered to t .
3,000 occaasion, was fully enjoyed, even greatly
In half boxes,quarter boxes, Caddies! and by i the pound.
Goods low they :
Anl will ell as as can I J
urrader if they could be allowed do. (pleasing the auv.t t Cistidious.: In fine, we werrwell be purchased we in you this section.TERMS "'!

.o upn reasonable terms. supplied with all tllat h<: 3t could wish We have arena-" for BININGEIfS celebrated LIQUORS. S. N. PIKE & CO'S MAGNOLIA ,\t ,J'J'JOHN
\ J which gate c\' dcnt.(- of the return of prop.'rity : CASH, WHISKEY'S; :;, JOHN GIBSON SON'S:: A CO., MONONGOHELA W111SKEYB.
,*Y THANKS.The Proprietor and ; and the "good old Jays of tie I .sL" Wo l\CISON. '"
072 BAXTER? IN COUNTRY PRO- ." _
For an hereby tender their 'sincere were then condutte-d back to tb" bland, wherewe DUG at CASH nilCES.Tamja Our Motto Is CASH!! "Quick Sales and SMALL: PROFITS," .. .. ., ,

thane to The two youngiladies: who kind- had the pleurarc of \akuictory idita* Oct 27lh. 1669.\ tf And by selling our good Cheap we guarantee salistaction and hope to obtain:a share of ,your H AWING OPENED Mi 000DS, I REi- .. ,,:. ; ;. 1
V r 4 waiter from Dr. A. 8. Johnson, which coat-uncd the pstronnge. pectCulI invite my friends sad the pub- I
Jy.reembcred them by sending a ideas of the bent foundation or groundwork of LOUISIANA Call and Sec us, and We will be Pleased to ihowjyon; our extensive ASSORTED STOCI i iI lie to call aDd examine before purch"iug: .- .' ..:,. 1 ,''it l

& ,loadtvith glasses of ,delicious Eggnogand :an education yo have ever heard. CoL J. L. I where. M1'goods having Ewrn bougbt fez .. .

able of the finest of Sponge cake, :Mitchell, of Georgia, concluded the occasionby LETOSON & BETTMAN. CASH bought they this are market.sold u My low stock as any of can be :..: '*- 'j ; t \

!t' aU ofrtifch was duly *done for." This 1 some very eloquent and appropriate remarks, '. : i I II

kind. iQpmbrance made them feel that which "smacked" not only of profound scholarship 'E gUITABLE 1SIDOR BLUMENTHAL. G. LEWINSON. ED. BETTMAN DRY t l''
.t. but sound and wholesome lessons, GOODS ; ,;;1-?
> }heir \Vrts were as "big as a hill, and \.. ;
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which, if heeded T. would redound to the gloryof .
as w&i and. congenial as the house "bcc the rising generation. Cot Mitchell is a \ :
\ I Is the w f '
largest ever brought to Tampa eoneif> ;t/
; mae tl* nL" I stranger among us, abut we are glad to learn login paitofSILKa ; 'if1 I '
l LIFE I INSURANCE COMPANY / J ; .
<: that he commences a school at Bartow_on the TAMPACEDARMILLS. pm -- ,LAWNS. GINGHAMS DE. I'
\ J. Pierce member elect
Hoo/unnel first Monday in January. We fed ourselves laines, Flannels, Shirt Bisomg, Cloaks, Shirting / t ': 1
I .... to the lislatnro from Ilemando county, quite fortunate in securing his service, as he Shawls Balmorals, Stocking Garte n, Ties t t J
JI Cloth Blankets Mournin / .
f Edwards, left for Tallahassee and successful instructor of youth, and designs Goods f'iibboD', and everything ia this lineg _;! ,: 'f.l I- I 1 j

., on the J aca. Judge Pearce met with : Cfctablifahing a permanent t.choolof note, Ladles Dress Goods, ... ....< 1
LIFE POLICIES, parable Quarterly _
where gentleman and ladies,who wish it,
>jo oppoion in his election.- lie was voted receive young education that will fit 1 Semi-atmnally, Fifteen, Ten and Five of every description ..., I 1Gentleman's 1 \
can a,thorough .
Years, with or without I teuJ wment. Rates as "'
{ for tooth Republicans, and Demorata'ices them for the practical duties of life. In his low and terms as favorable as any company in I Ready-Made Clothing '. $'fJt 'k p\t. t ....: I 1
Fine
boots
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c without any pledges toany behalf, we earnestly solicit a gt'nerous.hare of the United States. Shoes, '" ; I
act public patronage, and wish him much successin JOSEPH ELLISON, President, YANKEE NOTIONS '. -,. .. a 1 .
free to
w Is as
partind perfectly I
J. W. STONE Vice Prwudcnt, f
i F Jte-th1.nbist. for his constituents. behalf of the young. Respectfully u W. P. HABPER Secretary.JOHN A New Enterprise LADIES GENT'S & CHILDREN'S' HAT3 .- 't' -,r" -.j J

,.: eMn\e\\inson' & Bettman are regularly F. J. 8. ,*MILLER A'gtTampaFla All kinds of Furniture """ t '
it
::-, receag fresh supplies of dry goods, TampaPrlces Current. n 1l1uln1 in ftimt: :S-tailc anil ({Jnnununitnti.n) # i r 'i :,

$moeries,:, &c., every week from both $ Notice m Cri p> r> f t! t J

;. beer Orlei and New York, and are always COBRECTED WEaL T, BT V. O. FCKUS. ,. cm> I caomy-w Ipv, .,
::. readp and accommodate their mill I.t tWILLOWWARE' .
5Y1nnn1
see CONSIGNEES OF FREIGHTS by the -K l''
:
Long Staple Cotton (in the seed) 8 a 9c per lb '0y GLASSWARE .
made their
numerous Comers. They Dried lb. 20c lb ISo i -t
Apples Ib Hooey per Alliance Steamship Line ____ ___..... ...
first Bread Pilot, $3 .Mw.WHWY\11/Mt Wa V.NWy.
!; Bhipmtof pencil cedar((25 cases) by 10.1210 sHay pcrcwt 1U lOalSc I Will please take notice that their freights and TIN-WARE, CUTLERY, STOVES t. t
Soda Hides,
prlbiae dry
*;:, T+J&Lavacan& will ship regularly hemtifter. Batter toe llama, .e. lb 25 28c charges are payable llrl' ARE NOW :Manufacturing\ CEDAR at our Mill for Export and are prepared Bridles, McLellan Saddles.. J\\ i. I

-t The gentlemen are doing much French pr lb to Lard per lb. 25c ''Y to buy Cedar Ixjgs squared: or round, iu any quantity and of all qualities- Rifles, Shot Guns and Pistols, 3\ '' I
Before the delivery of the Goods i .
both Butter Cochin, lb 60e Molars Fla, gaL 60c Through facilities afforded us l Ii y All kinds of ,Stationery and Sehero lBoo ;.. .
for #
Taia
and the surrounding coun- I country, lb 23a SO Potatoes, pr both, 75c All freights put in Warehouse by the undersigned !! Initial"writing Inks .tc. .. .
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;, irj and: they will in return conJwM Coffee, pr lb S7aSOe' "Irishpr bbl, t4)i3Chickens ) wit be charged 5; percent on advances paper -.J.y; I
,.\' 1rer per dozen. .%Oil. Kerosene, gal. ft in addition to other charges nccc .. rily Mr. I BLUMEN HAL Paints Dud Perfumery y .:+ ':--;
to'be. 1 rally patronized. I Cheese, pr lb 25 Rice pr lb, }ISo incur red.Seceuity. Smoking & Chewing Tobacco ;:. '! ;, J' ,
;v Candles pr lb S0a40c Salt, Liverpol, *k, f 4 compels me to take this; course.w. And our connections in New York r .,
Nearly eve steamer from the West Corn bush. HOsl 80 Bay pr bush |1 G rtiiiin. Cigars &c 4" f t
brings Parti'search of new homes in Meal bulb I,50a75 Sugar. Fla, lb 10 a 175 Agent Alii c Line', Messrs. HACKES & FORCHHEIMER, I. : r :
Deer Skins, pr !Sb 25c Syrup, na prgal 70c Nn 9h 1867. tf FINE MERSCHAUM PIPiB, ... .
d thls sunny Ii-:. y.are looking at Eegs pr dozen 20c Tobacco Ib50 c to f 1 00 472 Broadway, ,
the country ifjis vicinity and we hope Flour X X. LI.-i GT 50 Wax: pr, lb 25a3Sc For Christmas !I Fine OLD RYE WHISKEY ALE. '
"
lb SalOO
choice. *lOan Tallow pr i
that|heyTviU| find the homes they de- i we are ready to receive CEDAR in our Boom, at the CHAMPAGNE CIDER BITTERS

; 'om.i? once citiiens.: To all Large Bread !I HANDY. ALMONDS FILBERTS, I IU MILL or in RAFTS, for which we wil! PAY THE HIGHEST MARKEI .I MEDICINES, SNUFF ,' ,
uch-the-peopl ere extend a hearty welcome !- BUTTER NUTS. RAISINS, PRUNES AMMUNITION #
Ao,
1TRE CBACKERS. ROCKETS .I
and inrit,tber9; let them come ROMAN CANDLES.ALBUMS, !' PRICE IN CASH, U6 In in fact this everything section. can 1 bo lound that i.neel- ; j '; I

,- from where the may_North, East or rpHE subscriber respectfully! Informs tae PRESENTATION, CUPS A Fresh of \' \ I
supply
J. AU for sale, cheap, by \
Public that he has commenced manfactur- very
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West; but we nt no more carpetbagger fog C. L. FI IEBELE.Dec. \3F We will also buy all the Cedar brought us from the country on carts, from W> +,r t.

because,tbiiSces,are already filled Large Bread saperlorqalttily 15th. tf j GROCERIES. ,
YARDS SEA ISLAND COTTON ten feet upwards. \ e *
?by. that clan, evEto overflowing: What Fresh Regular cnstomres will be lib 000 BAGGING. ,

R' /ls wanted Is workg men-men who are 'erally dealt vith.' For sale by JLThWTll (QN) n 1IDJE '1rM ALWAYS ON lIAND.'I, 'I ,
f. FLETCHER.June .
f C. L. FRIZBELE.: '
' able and Trilling Ivork. 20th. tf / I will pay the highest prices for .
f-- Dec. 15th. tf ISIDOR BLUMENTHAL. EWlMOJf] /
j .- MX >BETTMAN COTTON, HIDES War, Tallow cfc. / s t t1 .

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: : .. o- ;DISSIPATED': ) I Sheriff's Notice. RHEUMATISM \W1STBD\ \WASTED, WARTEDl! i The Victor S" S; ..... : J'1 "" ,;
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In .immortal
: Largest ClmUtlon CJtytion
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: SHERIFFS OFFICE,? i if l "
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<7 IbtMlivuccr. SivJANUARY ,
..... ji January 4th, 1870. J S. : -. -
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1Q.lWthS .CITIZENS of Ifill 5l County _
>orough
:;. ADed the rpHE. Cotton -
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wurkl I: notified that Mr. J. D. HAY- j .5 J'1'
are hereby ..
FOR A SWIFT AND SURE CURE USEAYTOnOWLBE ,
S \ eanoll1 a.sb wu." right'ning, GQOD it pointt.1* Drl'Ulyhcritl' !of thu f'/ _
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>ein went to fly hill kite, ('AJDDtYI1D.l "ill from thin date utrciso the1 I S '
&, .:llt Ordtrei, That filled up the lightuing. function of that office, in placeof CapL WBJ. f '

: L ._.I'l .. ."revIp&p.rh'" c"- E. Sweat resigned. SeedCotton -- \
'. -: i in uiJ And tiuce; his i time, when) cares oppress, ; IIENRY ALDURY, ( ( > f -
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Sheriff IHUbLorongh Co. ..
d"i ."" And I' fr .
: hard time are tightening:: : If ; ,
... .- Tampa, Jan 4. 1870.; I t
- The Printer Reeka to drovln his wre* .5 ..
.: .,./' In'draughts of "bottled Jichtciug.Vben ." I TIlEGREATEST Hides .c.
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Notice. 1
;_ : 4 \ badly tattered-h'w worm.heart LIlMET S 5'" .

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A place for grief rankle, in-.

S lie talcs his "liglituicg-! his kite, SIX MOXTIIS from date, I \,ill preacnt my I Of THE AGE Beeswax &c. has taken the first j-rcmlum at !
Lt1I econnt'" and vouchers to Jth* llonoralUsJudpo : S ,
And thinks himself, F.tmklin Over 8HK) are illis e. Made ,
--- ';, '. "'- _ _ _ _, of the County Court IlAiuuiilo Ci>nu- 1WoksLke Char eruhiugSugar Cane. ': :
SI ty, Florida, for final rettK-xuent: wiii.dijic.,,u;';c i i a ;; -J

:.. ti < r.:, '. Joirnal '!tlc'Education. from- iho' crtatc of Green D. Moore dwvaied I I' In any quantity, [tOOK ''S TOR :- I ri r'fRM.M I .'

: i '. ,ilacy of Jhe foremost among Americanjonrnalistitave S S WILLUM. WALL. I ; ft ;

1 : ., S. Administrator.Brooksville : i \
: .. received their preliirinry ,.
: It ha* Leer applied the masses in the streets
.: r 'training at the jirintrf's, 'case ; but this i Dec. 2'th. 1SRO.. Ciu. St of .S'.tvar.nnh, }11l'on. Augusta, Columbus, Exchanged for CASH Ii1la j. .

t : does not, by any means, prove that t 16 become -'.. Montie.mernnd all leading ('ltie"nJ towns, '" f1. '.
-: ": an aecomp1ihed) editor it is necessary to the Mississippi i ( river, from his (union* carriage j 01 -' '

: : I :j to become an ) N otie for many )year wiLhWonderrul the MARKET PRICE by :
acccmpjfelicd, printer.4 .. ,_ At highest ,

:. : ..'!'_ There who could a propvrtiowofprinter never write} the articles! (hey) six MONTHS from date! I \rilJ premit my Success.The i 1
k accounts jind om-hciii to the of the
Judge
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; put in type than ol editorsrlip have any GEO. BLUM ..
\ County Couit-of Ilt'rnujdo County, Flr>ri.h: ,
": Most Severe Cases of f.J."J. # "
C o I- pi'actfca1kno\\ll'd of the art of printing ; for.ft Final: SetlU'ni'iit and discharge fiw.;) the+ .-: ::..

54 f .,:. .and yet there is something in the early' ilatcof Francis: ,Nicks;- lite of uaid t-ounty :McCarty's Store, Washington( Street, S I .
: 1 RHEUMATISM.NEURALGIA.. S
associations of'the deceased
i. printing office 'which I

I. ,..w; ". grsa&rt of ripened culture) to the otherwise W. R. NICKS, Adm'r. PAIN'S .IN THE RACK, l/Yt awarded th* Crt
; t Drooksville: Deo. 20, 1SCO. Cut TAMPA. FLA. Biat/Fairs. Over 17COO( in ; :: -
1 ell-trained S
;; journalist.: Upon the BREAST, JOINTS: & SIDESwere -
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14th.8CS> :Sugar, better, and ICtulecse
:: August
r cameprinciplcthat most efficient-
managers
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; '1 :i;: of great industrial enterprises:: are Administratrix' Sale. brought; to the ProfeMnr, who m (\uick1.r Roth p bare 1.l'\'n fully (', L :

I : those; who have worked their way7up t bro'f Y WILL SELL -ox FIRST MONDAY IN r l tubbed the patient thoroughly with his CASH FOR HIDES//! cane's of the South and ou the .

-. f 17- the snb rdthate' steps of the' craft it i is 1 January, Ijll! ,' u the.Town of' brookville of Mexico: Hondniaaand l' S.
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\1'Z ;; t': -, true that the school of the printer givesr between the -gul houis of bale, : OIlOFLIFE goo-t Dried I Descriptive" )catalogues TOt CI. sent)., I .
YI1BIlIl
( lb Cuh.flr UL +
Will!( IS eta ", I :: '
'- ; : the beet training for-the journalist ; it ini'parta ONE DWELLING HOUSE &: LOT I FHat pay l'r '/ or their n.:lnL at Jucktouville! .5 ThS i t
r[ t. :; :: a kind of s'mpathy\\ithlettersthat dtuaUd in said town, Wouging. to the Ef tite '
1 ; '- ofW. D. Oucil. dec'd. -. Sending them away in every innt.incc (entire '
the mfre scholar does"hot acquire. Tho ;if': Terms made knoWn on day of Rule. tS.HAJIR1ET ly relieved, thus caunrp one bottle of the COWHIDES, / I :FLOJLTDA B : I '

!.,. .. prctleal l printer who becomes an editor i is E. LOCKII.\UT. Liniment to fave: hundreds. dollars in doc] / .- t ,.-

: .. apt to be) above all_ .things .a good paragfaphist. S *uM? Administratrix: tor? bill. :25ctforGooil! I 14 !

f' 4 ::, .-' From having gone lite slow pn>:- ...... ; 8th! 7669. _ :Ms, S !

; : cess cj j'i ickingup anaileposlting-lne i ; i indi i. '- I DEtiR-SKIXS, TAMPA

h j 1 ; -. vi .metallic! blocks it t hat,:one by one Notice.SIX rcsliOAKEi JJt'acl. 'f 1

I ., spell out the words which express the writer's ,- KAYTOiYSOIL : And SO eta pp'lb for F I ;

-< : -. thought, the printer! learns to place MONTHS FROM lUTe, I "iorr1y '
t ; Yftlae ipon each letter and word, and is the Horor.ible J 11c.lf the Vounty OF? LIFE / U..1XA Ac. *c.. j j 1
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Court llillslxi.oi' I1 Vor :
of (i.b.
]led County < a
; very naturally to deprecate a useless /
Final tnomeiit or the Estate t of Joab \hiffi Will' be kePt oonstantly >
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I the bi it'll t for ClHTON.) I ,can
J price
:. vaste of elfher. Whatever may be the Is now con i.1'red by nil who have wit fl '!!I" e 1 11
;!"v' 1 : ; .., achievement i of schools for journalists, we n. decc3.tfd. JOHN JACKSON, ".F' h application to l loe the true and reli.iWeRemedy : 1 I be: tyund at Covacevich.* Store. Country peodle ou hand : .A. .- I .
call.:
I I will! do w ell to give me a i
NEURALOIA !
: for RHEUMAMWM.: ,
: t. believe= that the best school}"*, are printmg Adw 1is.rntor / JOHN: MILLER, t .
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offices and Tatnpn, De?. 8th. 16C9.; 3-J-Cci.! and for all Pains and Aches'wherever' u Linimeiit tf l ond tor rate at theFLORIDA S .
I j :: active reportorial labor. Cull be used. / Tampa, Oct. 12th 1'I I t

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t : .\" A GOOD J0jcBOX A. ; .'O1'Efl-.A few P ,Notice.SIX Knyioii's Oil of Lifel / J II/ j .

.;;<\> yearagotberjlivedjnihetownof.-! DRUGS & MEDICINES. & ,, -
: l : -t: a son of Judge II: whom we call MONTHS FROM DATE. I will: ar-nly The never-f.ti! ling German Linimentis" uneqal JOIINF, ( i : IiI!,. 'n Si

J i ..... ''" Joe, who had frequently .jmbibcd more th< Honorable Jut'tjq of Trolmte t>f llernando ; ed fo its sterling '\'irtuu in t Iie', /'lii tory of I Tampa: Mny 19*1.. : ; :4 j '
: Co'untor Final Settlement and discbtg.i : Medicine!!-marking a swift apil !sure cure, -- -- -.-- .\
TN than he cbnld'tomfurtably "There -
t \ ; : carry. from the Estate of W, 1) Oacil, lute of giving idle in every case aln>< si by the tlYst _' I
\If :I 1)\ also raided in the.neiphltorhood a painter saId Cou&ty, d> --UH.iL I rubbing. / B LA C I( S 11 T ; i .'

f : f;: JiarrlM"W-:- who kept a '.-a100n.t .- HARRIET E. LOCKIIART, Rend tcitimoniali and hear the ojnnion: HAVING REMOVED TO r-
:::,' Now '\%, was Aduiinintnitrix.Dec. of tie "people.! / I.W: STORE t offerfor
t t : a great practical) joker. On /
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ale!(, large and} wel I s.-
r one occasion Joe canie lVrs saloon and SUi IWOl: 3f.1l'l.. For ule by nil leading Drug! Store a -AND: \
.. ected azaortnicnt or IrIgi." 4
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I. \".. "I' 4: : -.- :r::: ., 'rather Intoxicated. early, end in the'finally morning fell got asleep very in much his S : Notice. llICKESS-I &lWmnNS. !in::1..U..in.<; in l' art.If... itc.tho .following"n l..h 'YewY\\;\\\ \ ( t t4 '.:, t 1.

chair. Joe uas very near-sighted, and i "iltides! sir.lIernbo.h ...=.. ::i' J jt I
!" always;wore FXOJ. "After be had slept MONThS AFTI:1t: DATE, I will rro.nt : !.HI'! :III'] IJullV; S ;\r"ltfMI ; !: mIIEuNnEmign i. j I
'6 .some. time, W. took off his specs} blackened SIX my account t md voncheisto the lion /WHOLESALE AGENT.NEW Mi'. .\lIfll" Hair Restorer; icopht-roua) : and I e.lls to fill now all!pieprred or-' t4II4" ff ','
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t '' ,the or. l'la' Jcilscoftb: County Cr.nrt of. Ikrnando / YORK.( ) Knlharion
glasses them back d,IfOr
again, :
,1. put : Co,1 ity, 1'1<'dch. for Final) Stttliem lIoulilllll.rll anJ ]Hoitett( r! Iittcri! >., I CVCryIe4'nitI.imtad QJj. : \
\. .:. lighted the lamp and then awoke Joe telling : ;>lIt on" lue: Eslate of Jame3 A. Alexander. // PROrillETOR.JACOB WI'ihl'oI."I't''I';: McLean* JnyncV, Fahneouki cription' of I'.I.vkMVluel, :
I ::' him itwas 12 and he. ;; : fr-\t.i\ .5
< o'clock at night ilcctiaseu. / Ho'lI wuJ" and De&hlcr's I'ills.: :
.:L .,:: ranted to-shut np. Joe ftared around COLUMLUS" : LEXANDER, S LPPMAN'S wti.-hm: ; in U f'I'It' I Z : 1 _
not to beinrpa-w.-d!
---l, i .' a remarked ,that be had slept some S Administrator; A ,'uricl)' of Fancy Soap*. Buggy Making.! i 1''t-
Dec. ; 1863. 3'2-Cm';
l \ :. tIme. W.thfnBaia-.Toeit- is very dark Wholesale Drn? & Paint Honse, pairniif dc., will be : 5';
.' ( d..if. you will bring it back 1 will: 1 lendyWalanfern. Attachment Notice.IN / Savannah, Giorgia.PYltlFUGE. S 1'TflFUMIl 1 R Y, dTrak' one on reuoonatle term! i .- ,

r : \ ."' Thereupon W., lighted a .. Meeilfs Holloway'a! (Out moment'ii uotiee. I am ( '
I, : TIlE CIRCUIT COURT. frra JUDIOAL Greys. for their past (palrona<;:, %
:, laitern it Joe and him i
to ,
gave helped up CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA': III en t. cive, me a call. 1"1. .
t i I :: the Blairs. Joe went oft' toward home IalcPain! Extractor and Ru..Li Kulve, ,
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In ;
( Ttivt
imlfor ,
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: : wfy lofiirlrig .
I } Radway'c Ready: : Rtlief and Ready: :ir"! !Ivcnt, '
,; ( the rnanbusiness! Iht'ta; ;) in thd inid-: 1s70. / Tamrt.: )!Arch lIlt CS J
-,' Sip I'rowu'i: Kwviiee: of (iiu rur. I'litlntoi .:n. PainKiller
;, : of the day with his lantern everyI Jr.hji'.Pirc.ot 1's / ; S
t llcmboldts linclui, IVru\iaii $:.\'tup.Iii.1i5 ------ -- -
I ; ;:: body Jooking at him and wondering whatl' J 7 .Attachment Cologogue, Luudiiuin. Pjreirvr'oi l :ilomau'rt 1)ip iui1
7 : FtHx Simmons, A THE JUSTLY( ::: CELEBRATED } !
was the matter. } lJrol'lHrllwlI'l! [> B-1 Administrator f Amoant to < .
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I of V Vui v.i Lozenjrts' :ivtrity+ 01
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r the Estate! of l'nj $ ;;;, :!, .
l\.i und nl3st nf'ula I' timIf' : .t
Chloroform Rnneh: W. Chill: and I'cvvr EXlIter,
/A LITTLE STORY ABOUT JB: Lis- t'n.XO:1., .1ec :t t" I : S
\ found iu
;' / every article that can be u OFFICE OF"Alliance"
i: COLS. Mr."Lincoln DEFENDANT IN THE ABOVE EN-
... r was iimch pestered by TIlE 1
"office-seekers. '. ynil is lit tat.L) notified to t uter Ls:: ,
A Tonic nnd giving
gentleman from Illinois AiIarMIcojfn et as a a* an Appt-tirt-r. ,
t 11 hail mse on (.r before the: Third o.. lu..1l hu CITY KUG STOKi ; _
.- who thought bin &1f peculiarly} fitted] ''t to t ti 1a1t. Ifeth of March j pniifiit fctrcnglh building up) rysUin. j ,
'y't' : clay nest ; otlur- S S
: leaving )l.uu i lu> and )hvallhivr' than
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= represent the country abroad followed Mr.Lincoln.with i hojuil.w'-ut by default! will be B11I11j..111nt; before I he nit tick.i K7. S. -LL r S .
: I him. l 1 T" 1'lea.c cnl1on.1 admire my New Store 1 -S
gnat -iTtlnacity button ,
fri WILLIAM i ktb- If Hid be cure to buy my MKDICl'NKS.F: ) < : ;. ( -
<< L. J'kH\"X.: :
binVat'all
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holing :
times and ic: ..e'l'rplato
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:, 1 Clc.i i rc".1 t ('e'h' -! F.1 f }. 1 : \
4 : without tho l I
slightest mercy. Finally, the 1I..n:4tl.io; : e..mlh', S.LEDLIE. I !\ !
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President, with a pleasing Miiile, askwl if | H L. MUclidl.! l'JJrU'y.. C. I1H.XCILJulJ v/1l ';1.. I : : \
f.:: .. be could speak Spanish. "No." "Well, No\. ilSthJSOt.: ; ::1111.. 2)tli 1SC3. '-. .I /. "t.. I\I-" ,''.- -..- \ !
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_ i I' :*: > : learn Spanishand Iwill tell you of a S In Chancery, DEALERS: IN :.=. ..._ _.\. ;w. :. : ; -} '
7S"- '.-. -...".'.. ''' '''''''' bd t I
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: good thing .... ,
you can get. After three t Is THE Crnror ( -'CRT SIXTU' Jl'1.11.\.1.! :1I:" gui>!\ !SKIXS.; iiisiv.\x: ; : .... ... \ I
f ; : months of hard tudy the woclJ-he deplo- cuir'or FLOHI.A! is AND. FVU: lilLL 1It.a.u I'fURE' STORE ,-. -:- Wi t.--.r. I /
t. SEW\\ FUn I I
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: mat returned
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t ,' "- to charge, reminding CcrsTT.WILUAX: \V 001... TtfJ.\)\V 4' ('. I mo I :
#' '; the President of his promise, and assuring: Lop TO x, ) II I N8' (Q'll)! : ( > ) .""-1
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,: him ho had thoroughly mastered the Spanish v (. Bill for Divor 1 S''- nay Street foot of Harnaid, ro .1 J \ I I!
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:j "Well! i
paid Mr. Lincoln'
language.
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Pcsttopr LorroxA ) -AI- ; 4 ;' !
r. .1 promised to tell you of a good thing !''oianuluah0.. F\QY\t\al-oYts.\ .1 IfUU | ..J
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bill I
liavinz been fiKd in office in tIle
f:: you could'gl't! Gd Thin Quixote and above fntitle-i cauji> and my'it_ bt-ing iii.iJe 1XaNtYta. tt ; /- ,
; (j Xc\v York fi
\Ve are paying prices 'r I ,
-. '\ .- read it-it will make you laugb.-Titu t o appear by HtTi.l.ivit. that the defendantrf I
.:: t&e(Fcian., Herald. !id<-* beynni] iho limit* of the Sixth Judicial f CABIN.ET I SHOP.IPiiVr NEW Onir-AS, .,.,- ( .... !\ ; .

: yif _-- Circuit of Florida to-wii: Inthe-Citv of Savannai EAlI.lA! t wt',1.1v! line of .. /, I
...' FORCE OF HABIT,-Habit is everything in the State: cf Oecrgia. I Il"i a hereby '- /i. t.ibli'lied, we ihnll .li.< S 1 .
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7: :.,.: We have all heart the of orJ 're.l |that tlu- -f.-iidant' do ."pprnr And CUW lIJ/ES. S \ EVEPvY.SATURDAY: : :: ; 8 1 S I '
story the man .
,. demur :
plead auwtr th
": 1 to eomplainautrfntd J (VIA. APAUWIUCULA. ST. )l.u I a
tS f. who slept above Laker's_ oven for twenty bill 01 or before the first Iul..l4th 1)1.'};}: .<:/iIX,"; Strret.. .Yorf/i/ of the Tamj.a S'ui- Mill TAMPA, Kr.v WKST: and IIArA" j 1 II.. .
c ... years: then changed his lodgings; but .lay in A'iil[ next, or the fame will be taken al-o tOt SI.\t' YORK rio l'U.\R : : .
S ; ; Z5 lie had to'po back: ; to the oven before be u f'on!e" "'J. BUCKSKIXS, da Railroad: and! a line of :' $ ) .
; S .A. := ::: < /... could deepr A"f ie illustrating gameprinciple rrtindedt That publication of tins oiJr ting Feiniindinaand New ;
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S Sp niA'Ie in sonieoTieial; .utdili -.l I
1If'\Hl'&l'l'r] [ | ken from NEW Yor.x for all!! 1'
; ., : is/reported In Ohio : A'diy: man, in tbt Circuit once week, four mOIl.luOl., : .- S aO.tTi"S,. ""rOII( of all Description doae for nil regular landings I I
: '- accustomed to lodga] ...on ono of the noisiest ,>cuth'""". ;: tin' above Line with neatnc'ian au.ll-'Llvr Rn .I. j I)
!,i 'S. .5 5 .. stet ; visited a'counlry friend. Too S.,. S M. P. LYONS. IfR.R! SA'EKA! rEfi SAFOX'1 J diapau-h. tiatiafaction: guumuleed.mnm '. I The line will be continue I i i

f :; J" much! juirt,destroyed his rest at night.S '.5 5 Clerk Circuit (;iouit, t year and the !lowest rates !> : t ttnir,1 i ; .C
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: IlilWwrougU (J k 1-1.. SAV.V.S JIIXASl I.\"S. Ui TEl: SKIXS.R.ICGOO. ,, I r f
main
'k .' Hislriend" f I U for his distress 1 and said eivinir tvtry I ) : I Il'I.lltri i : .
Doc. 8th 18"' .
: .ini.S and Mrrvlunts 1 in '
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fhd; vpnld and relieve
tryi it. j
t' Jording. y SKIM. SIIEKP .-Iax::; tm'tmirl! ye' "f all the I.tll..fiti i I It'ouimniicition z:4 I
I 1 S:: ',' '. I ly he went to a neighbor's and procureda Notice \ (CLEANED AMI REPAJKED: ruLr' : with | : : .\ .'

SS' S bass drain, which he beat I under the WILD-C.I T SKI.,8. .\"St New Y"ik I in hhippi$ I ig their J, > S "

I t { :._ t'guest's bedroom, window, and bad ht_y -- -- I I I and in obtatnit.j supplie*. :j I ,; t f
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I .. : ,;: run a squeaking; wheelbarrow and rphoedtiroiuof! uing ('.T1 1.1: l.el.'n ins: tho.e wh:>. are oruerini,; (: !
t S 5" "; S the i! np WaS I 1 to, or in our char!!", mtl*t first applr to' t 11 1 ) ) !j jlu. YORK i* eclliil t.;) tie fact : I ;'I ,
on wife LBDEKEit I
porchwhiehiz t & (JO
jo *"' played on ( 'our Authorized AeenU or cnnvlvcs ; otherwise ,8. 1 KIADY :31.tlL; COFL'IS weekly frt M New York bv S
) S...: piano, and liw sen'ant girl ;jioundedon the the Law will be rigKUy nfurceJ. Il"Cil1.ow'l: : RATES: : I : :. 1 ( | : S S I
I door with the tongs.i\ Inthis.nianer" the JOHN T. LESLEY. TIME thar by u.y other I t I f ,: i
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J .5 sufferer'was enabled to Cotton' taken: to New : S
get !two-or. three \v.. K. HENDERSON,
;-. \:# 0 S. hours of quite! refreshing>li'ep, though t;. Tampa FloriJa Dec. 2.1 1S 9. If FOREICN AND DOMESTIC Always on hand. F.ills CAL AD\"AN6'nS Ln lii.j: Ricned: }maile at u on\\ 1 1I. l | W' f .4

I ti'l ., was heavy. on ,the famil)'. tons ill N t ,
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) .. S Dissolution. Orders for work prompt! alttn-lod tv Under the contract '. ) .:. '.
IT ,, THE RIGHT Pjisswpiuy-A high ofliocrOf roiloiVtue; :Department, the : | : : .

-1:. W :the 'Sons of TempeWnce l>rcse.ntrc' : THE FIRM OF ORANT A-CRAFT has tli4! DRY GOODS : r' Country Produce taken A.r Furniture 1,LVnpaiy,. : will\I dispatch, a tit'> : l. v
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j lngriimselfwith the fttJIcll nf'pftig' he IHII (disKcIfe by mattud: C r j : I The< I'wk.i and .\ W'nntswill he found in thcof I every. 'iu..-a.i.v am) Key '.\"c t 1
had been drinking upon LIm, at tho door : I). ISAAC CRAFT.: All! IK-rsoas iu- J. I' HAYCOOD I .1.": Toitma'slersHt, I Ivy \\' : ,
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# of a division for -adDlt.. iou, was: waited I II (c\.tt..l! an.ittUcrti1it'rs. are fl1ut.t4i.I t..') come leans )1m.-l>ecii instructed! tn I IS ,
uPon by an, Iri h sentinel J, to whom lie ( f"111"l1 for prompt scttloment. EDWARD: 1'. 113 LROUGHTOX ST vu.'a by ;iiis time. a IK\ the .\ t.

L ,gave the password, when the ,following i GRANT will eoutiiiue I.UMUCSS at. the. old 1 I \ V7EISSBROD I IlavH .1, a* l'ojtotrc:. ..1g. .nt. I
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I r' : passed : "Sir," said heVn' vez are 3r! i; S S EDV.'ARD P. GR.VXT, I I matter asian be "Xj .Jiicili; :) : V

O'Wright, the Grand Worthy Patriarchof t I). ISAAC CRAFT I by tliisronte.leai .

5' Khaintocky" I do be after .bda"in'"Yeft ."- i Tampa, Fla. Dec. IC-th. IbO:: ) 5W'lNotice 'I S.J 1. 3 M.!. Lederer Frank f[1 !Savannah. Ceo, : k SADDLER, M 'I ltmnJ.1 !!(.in) ij /') i '

said Jim, *-yoa are perfectly right t. j I GuiN. : "

iny friend, but why -, "To tell the !: lIarness.JIakerUp/o1ater& j C atrord. to Shippers and s
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and shame the, levil aid ; !
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S the PUBLIC ARE INFORMED THAT Wflhztttendtoany business this line with I I .
right password for a Son of I TIlE I '
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have purchascil the entire tock Jc.
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p JTemperauce, entirely, but by the Holy j 1 tie Lxlonging to JAMES ALDERMAN. Par- neatness and dispatch. I am DOW prepared :" I 11 '.: '..,
C.STOnHL to fix iIattre*"e&s; cheap: <>r cheap ) "
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S S ,. 4Vagin,} .St. Patrick, yez | ri t 4 using any of these mUle without the pcrj than it ean be done: elsewhere. 1 cr.n be found,i : + V' \ -

got jhe wrong fmeU," j uii: uon of.our agents previously ha.1viil beprosecuted. t I at 8ii! times at my hop oa the oppjsite"iJo (:'f'1 I. '- \\ t t .

.-.SS 1 .the 6tro..tt, ind a little East of )[rJ. Feni> := i l '--I i +
S \. Keep good men's'company and you SAMUEL WM. B. HENDERSON.MTTCIIELL. For which the 1ii't! ir; ..ket prioj i will 1 Irtere I i' 174 Chambers\\ : I : I.-, .-1 "
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