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: January 26, 1870
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tampa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hillsborough -- Tampa
Coordinates: 27.970898 x -82.46464 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1855.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1874.
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended in 1861?; resumed in 1866.
Numbering Peculiarities: Resumed vol. 1 in 1866.
General Note: "Democratic" <1856>; "Republican" <1873>.
General Note: Editor: Simon Turman, <1859-1861>; Sam C. Craft, <1866>.
General Note: Publishers: Simon Turman, <1856>; Wm. J. Spencer & Co., <1859-1860>; Wm. J. Spencer, <1861>; J.E & T.K. Spencer, <1866>; T.K. Spencer, <1869>.
General Note: "Here shall the press the people's rights maintain unawed by fear, unbribed by gain."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur" -1866-.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 3 (Mar. 3, 1855).
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.' ,1L TAMPA FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 26 1870. 82.50 A YEAH. *< I: .

L e 9t1ba nrillsu r.. An Incident In theLlTc of.Ex-Senator lien- wndiary speeches to promote public discontent "It swell(: so r the maiden again re : ; 't'.

dricks. y peated. b
.- The New Albany Commercial Republican In his own neighborhood ho is never a "Hut that! I
.JarpstOrea1aUn( In; CUr and Country.rnuuns I. a aint lo\"c-its something under
t paper: relates' the following interesting busy-body in other people's affairs, for thevery'idca the table !I" ; f

at TBX IODOK BCTU DlG.n incident in the career of Mr.Hcndricks of being.a busybody ,at anything "Oh well, now, /thought as / .' (: \ .
T. 'K. SPENCER 'and his accomplished lady : would drive him out, for he wouldn't peojile loved they smelt!" t

1 We in have the energy to go out of his own ac- "Oh said Julius and : I
.PUBLISHER A fcCPROPRIETOR.ADVERTISING are ;possession of a little incidentin no, ; an immediate
,. -"- the early life of lion. Thomas A. llen- search: revealed the cause of the of.feDl ;
BATES I No}Jttzy man ever ran*wad. If he went odor.
dricks of this State, whiah, we trust, .v.-e \'c ,
I -oJ'-- may not be considered a gosiJp for relating crazy, i if( was because he couldn't go anywhere It is useless to say that thereupon Julius

: .-THE. :FLORIDA PENINSULAR, as it illustrates most forcibly wbatenerb'Y else'without walking. became happy and his sweetheart ; .,.
r TAMPA FLORIDA. and well directed t effort will accom Lazy men don't disturb the quiet of diant. .
.' peaceful neighborhoods by putting factories .. .1
--- plish. Mr. Ilcndrlcks married his up '
,Ifigatnt (loceup-tr.g.Uie space of 12 Bra wife at Lawrcnceburp in accomplished this- furnaces, and such abominations. A Boston journal gravely relates how : f: > ,

vier UBM, or lee, one Insertion.1.60 I State. At the lime he had a law, _officeat -[Fat Contributor.. temperanse dl, !follow1c1..his. master ,
For@ TeiyfubBequent !DsertiCJDu.- i town and pulled him back -
Shl'lby\'U1e, but a few clients and by the
+(0a G .m ntb.a.............I0.oo. decidedly 'a poor man! For a, was or The Last Vrink. tail when he tried to enter a drinking : t
,Old eohonn, $150::; year Dan Jones; has a' wife amiable loon. This is
one year two after hid marriage his business did an accomplished certainly valuable brl'<'
Adratiame&ta not marked with the nnm- not increase, and he began conclude and beautiful lady, who loves 0 of dogs, and it should be propagated : :

'J ben of Insertions deairod, irtQ be pabliahed anJ& that his legal 'cake was all dough and : him devotedly, but the finds too many sent,to other cities, ;:
ordered out ud charged accordingly. became considerebly discouraged. Animated bricks iu his hat. One 'night he came !! ;

*' jldrertiiementc dot inn first inurtion and however, by the indomitable'spir home tight, and was not very much astonished '

'collectable -. it of bis noble wife, he stuck to his office but rather frightened, to find his JnsinrssL QLarb9 \\' .-: ,

,OFFICIAL. A LEGAL ADXBTISEMENTS.L and his books, studying hand, an'l de"oting worthy lady sitting up for him. She always l i
-0-- 4 himself diligently to the interests of does. She smiled when he came E G A L. ;
in. That also she always docs. "You ,
such clients as engaged him. Neverthe ---
florid Peninsoltr been designated
baring i
less povertywould intrude stayed out so late," she said, "that I fear- BAIt Nl T T r
u one of the official journals of the Sixth into his little ed had 'V.J. I
been sick.
lodi.J for adTertisenenta home, for his clients were few and far be you .
,: Grcnit,.the rate legal "
tween. One "ho-ain t sick: wife ; b-but don't you
several '
rill ba as follow neighboring think I'm a little t-tight. & t torllr ::
ladies called. She rcceithem with !p ntUROOKSVILLE$ alb '
Katie of Application for Letter of :'
"A very little'perhaps, my dear, but : I
Administration 5 weeks, ..,..... $500 that cordiality and welcome which distinguish that is nothing-you have friends ; : -
-'Notice to'Debtor* and-Creditors, 8 w 8 00 her among the women of Indiana, so many : FLA.WJTJ 1 ; ...
but her heart beat as you say, you must join them in a glass
,more rapidly and loudly
,Notice for Dismissal, months, 12riotioe 00 "
than once in a while. PRACTICE IN" THE OTII & 7 (
was its wont when she was in funned : !I f
of In ... 20 ,
olTcncf OQ "Wife 11. Judicial ,
by them that 'OU are too good-the truth is I Circuits and Rive romj't 1 nttcn.tion
AH other Legal Kotipes and Advertisement they' remain for am l1- nmk." to ell! business tutniatctl to llizu.
jwffl be charged according to the space they oclp supper, for her larder: was most lean,' and l J}(:<>. 20th.' 16r.): ly
her husband's "Ob, no, indeed, my dear-I'm mire -5
<< tad the number of insertions mqmrtd, finances could be putnmun-
Ct the rate of one dollar per qnore each laser ed up truthfully in these few words-'not that even another glass wouldn't hurt )'011. JOSEPH i B. WALL\

atSoa. ... a red.' Something must be done, hovrever Now suppose:; you take a glass"of( Scotch ,,
--0-- to ak with me,jut as a uiaht-cap, iny dearP
:, provide JJ c supper. Now, )Ir.llt'n.
.. 'TEIWS'TO SUBSCRIBE : drlcU had an inflexible rule not,to gc in "You are too laud, ray dear, by half; I ATTORNEY AT LAW
Per Annum (advance) ; : : $2 ti(l debt, no matter how small the and know I'm d- runk." ( '
Six Month*. -. ; : :" .-:. 150JKagrader. his wife knew it. Hut his wife also sum knew 'Oh, no, only a julip too much, 10thtt's \"(', BROOKSVILLE. FLA.

Ll that out at the little : all! Well take a glass of ale atinly
town of Marion ,
about four miles distant, lived a man who, rate! ; it cannot hurt } ou, clear ; 1 IITILL PRACTICE IX TIlE Cth and 1 :\
owed her husband a dollar.o time want one myself before I retire. VV JuJici/il Circuits, and will give prompattention
KB JOINED THE COXFEDEE1TE ABUT. must be lost. Her husband must mount The lady hastened to open a bottle, to all LiubiLtsi tutrusteii to h

"At'the annual dinner--of a military com.1U1 his horse ride out to Marion, and collect and as she placed two tumblers before heron CAIC.July 28t1,. ]J6C8. ly
the nde-board she in .
put one u"Cry
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in Boston General Magruder made friends depended it.supper immediately powerful emetic. Tilling the glass with SA31. 0. GRAFT
AD interesting address, In the -courso of upon Mounting the foaming ale site handed that with '
Mr. Hen Jricks rode with all
which he said
: a most bewitching smile to her liubb-uul. .'
lam 'cow' going to give an account speed to the town, saw; the man who owed .
Suspicion came cloudily upon his: mind 1
him the dollar but Attorney at Law
which can be made, public if it be' only fifty
may She had never before been so; kind to him 1AYn 1
cents of the amont. With this he 11
considered desirable and which is the gal i '
r when he was drunk] He looked tit theglat
Jiitt time I hare ever alluded to itothe f lopped back to Shelbyville, and handing : raised it to his hesitated ;
lips-the d
circumstances underwhich I left the it to his wife said, dfpairillgly-thi. is all "Dear won't just taste mine to make DIasttr in Chanrrry, for the 6th Judicial C't ) ;

flag.! During! the'dark days In Washing I couIJ get.' '1 11 make it answer,'replied it sweeter, ?' said you] he. -\LIIoCOUXTY .--,
ton Mr-Lincoln sent for I then being his noble wife, and so she did, and the i -
me, "Certainly love the taking SOUCITOR, I
replied lady
the lady who related these factsto :
either irat or second in command of sapper, I i
a mouthful, \\liich she was \ery careful For the County of llilMorotigh.Ofilce .
the defences of Washington.. Mr. Llnjoola iw states, was a most i-xt-cllent one : ;
not to swallow.SuspicionVanislud.
8a to me : "Tho government of and the serene happiness of M rrs. II., aUliher i in for lia'viucnt the Court Moueopponile r r r+
mill so did t th% J'le, the couiitj Ju'lgi-'n Oflue.T ) .
,"ourstare (Virginia! ) Triases to send herquota courteous: hospitality crowned the emetic, And all, do1tu the throat of the laT':', CONTRACTS( JIORTCAC.IS. AS} '
little board with such charms -i, ,
of the called for. I as morethan It ;
75,000 men mjiginmg vllu-r
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satisfied LU Ind:! After t t-pitling out the duwnntehnhtolico. '
that he would like, to know, incase recompensed for the absence: of many taste the lady finished! her glass but Oflico hours: Froth a to 12 o'clock, u. m., an : : : \ a.
the State vent'out, That I would dainties. No one suspected how cheeply fniiii 2 to :t "p. m. I
seemed in
the meal had been gotten and the little ( no hurry to retire. T.Ulll'3.j Fla., May ]12th, 1 lSt :9. IfII. } !
doSsaid to him : "Of. one thing rest.asui'ed'r. up, She fixed a fooMjib of wat er before an t I i
Lincoln so long as I am in history of the supper was not known \
chair for the husband I
easy was curious
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for several when Mrs. II. confidedit 11II IIELL.u I
command you and(your family may resIn t year, to know thureason.' A few minutes ., \
perfect safety In the White House, and to our informant. later the and from th ( j ( ) ) "
gulp splurge
if I send in resignation shall be :This incident,trivial in itself! ; illustrates\ # :>
my you throat of the husband the
gate answer. Attorney t at Law ..
Appraised of it at tLe same time that i it out of what material some of our American The brick was gone when he rose from I ";
to the' General and ]I statesmen are manufactured, and .I 4
goes the easy chair, and he never after carried :0'T (
promise to ,remain i in the'city twelvehours through what discouragements! and disadvantages one horn e to his wife. TAMPA Ftcrrr:: !! ,. -
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"I energy of character talent and : ) J
afterward, adding, laughingly, .'.'- ( : '
wish to be well off with the' old love before integrity will pre their way to greatness! A LOVER ON" TUB U.uri'.wlt i is ::; )f f : .... I I
Item on with the new.' Mr. 'LiD.ghInglYI These traits of character, a few years after singular what: strange episodes} the tender '.' '-

oo(4 said : "I will help you that fifty cent supper, placed Mr. lien passion sometimes urra .iois. It is: not etiliniU Will jjiveprurjipt! to his cart.ftt'eulion to all ; : ,..
be*well off with the old love I did dricks in Congress, a little later they gave oho 't
to uufrequently cause of billiousues:: I, _TamjuLria 1 / Ap'l', Sth. 'Cfi.\-y_ ( i ", ;"
.. remain thirteen hours after my resign him the )position as Commissioner of the producing dyatepsia'apd. other complaints JfllV T JlEMEKfOX. J. 1 o'. IIEYUrrsu. : <
tion. and then made my way to Long General Land Office, and still later they of the digestive organs ; it has even been ---
Bridge When' ,I reached [the draw f it secured to him a seat in the highest legislative asserted that chnlic! is sometimes: the result HENDERSON .
ms three minutes past nine o'clock at tribunal of the world-the Senateof of it, and [Ja wonderful tendency -to' & HENDERSON, i : .,

night, and the drawbridge. had been raised !. t United. States ; and yet later they Lintlancholv is created bv. it. Meditathu three minutes -;"jjne lieutenant in carried! his name into a .National Convention walks, silent reveres and self contrnuitien (
jDomraand of the company stationed there where he came within but u few springs: inevitably; from the first advancesof Attorneys t at Law,,, i ;::: '1---J'i

4ras Lieut.: Baird, now a major-general' votes of receiving the nomination of his [the observing nAvtiun. These are ,

4 of,the United States army, and his company party for the Presidency. Unless,\ve mistake common and anticipated d results ; but it TAMPA, FLORIDA. : 41/ ,I
being is my regiment, all the menknew ; the politicab signs of the times, two has been left to Julius Cober to disclose :::

me. 'I said to Lieut Baird : "I i and a half years hence his party will a new feature: in the universal l11a1:11It. : ]\,.- Will ( : j.

have \hs! favor to ask of you, that you award him the honor of leading them in seems that Julius: has been smitten Circuits practice, ol the in State.the Southern and Eastern '.. r .1 J7

vffl let; me pass the draw. The licutenant' the Presidential: contest However we with the bright eyes and rosy cheeks of a Tampa, Jlay Cth, 18G. 5.Cm ..
reply was, in substance: "I wish may be separated from Mr. Uendricks politically cabbage vendor in the Poydras' Market ,

you had cot to make the request, and I we honor him for f those: high traits He visits her daily and dines in her presence 3i[ lICAI. :,

would to God you were coming from Virginia of character which have given him a.. on rashers of bacon and coldege- == =-=----. a : 1

instead of going to it" lie, bow- name with the great statesman of the tables, and on one !jf these occasion summoned thD) j th lJ'J OJCJCICJ ,.. 1. i
: let me preset century.Tbe. toVyoffer his suit. But l)
pass. .. courage ( )
General Hagruder said the struggle inJis Man. his embarrajv<:n'p t}tau.l! him :o much Examining Snrgeou for the Pension Office. {
mind was between a sense of his duty Lazy excitement that he actually overturned a

to the flag and his country on the onehand The lazy man is always too gooo-na- jug of carbolU j% acid, which had been put .f iI

; and all those ideas and feelings tured. He never flies into a passion. He under the taoreJdt the maidens: :: respected Physician & Surgeon i .. 'r. t

which were bred in him as a Virginian,on might crawl into one,if that were possible, progenitor. 'TjIS noxious fluid rapidly ( ', .( :

the other. "I placed my fortunes in but the idea of his flying into. anything is spread upon tria'cIDent and a most: offensive TAMPA 1 : s ;

;this one bark, and after a long dark night preposterous.Who odor arosd from). FLA. / ) \

;alias lost, save my honor." lie thenpaid ever heard of a lazy man breaking "What's that f"inqum.-d the little maidgn WER'3' ins :
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a tribute of respect to others of his into a bank, where! a crowbar had to elevating ter olfactory member, and JL to the! cit:7iii: of Tamj>a ao'l virili SEII'1des :: ; .
;companions In arms who had embracedthe be used, or drilling into a safe f Nobody. making1 e"iael1Bign* of dNtre s. Tampa Oct. 15lh 24 I/. I ; (

cause of seccession, believing in itsright Nut that be might not covet a neighbor's "It's my love," continued Julius, oblivious _-. ....- ._ .. =:J IJ I .
and justice, and claimed that such goods therein contained, but the horror in his excitement of the smell, and IXSUMAXCK. : :: ; ,

fnea were actuated by no unworthy prinjples. of handling crowbar and drills would always supposing her inquiry to refer to his at ( < ( ) '. J' : .f
/ .' In conclusion, he expressed hisdInar deter him from actually committing] tachment.0b' } \ LOeISLXAE'2UI'TABLE ? : 1

I anxiety to do all in his pow- burglary. He never runs,away with bis -,," my '-Top taunt t tell me that's \
er Ut S up the wounds caused by the neighbor's wife, simply on account of the love !" 'V \ k I I i

error;to reunite the long sundered ties, I horror, he' has of running. If he is ever '.Of course i itV,' myniear. You haveno ... '
tpd to cherish all Jhat 'was left of the known to run, it I"-run to seed.; Mea how >trW1i it X." .t 1> i, J
fraternal feeling which must form the bas ,He rarely lies about his/ielghborsj; for Yes I have-JCy goodness 1"! exclaimed t'.. ..,

pas of the true Union for which h& earn- it would bq too much exertion, but ho can the LeautyTIof!Rulius' feet :stirred: the / :: ; ; '
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lie at a bar-room all day.lie sediment ? :
jtttly hoped.BRXSTKT. an +_ tnfng odor arose."Why / ,
', .--- -- is of inestimable survice to a billiard its t a'ltti' l ; .. t t j'
: OISJE: RT.-Jew- saloon, keeping the chair warm and watching "Inaeed I ji: ; an I'" certainly die if LIFEMm t \l i \ I CO.TOY: \ ; 1

jelry fiuhtoii makers In New York: say that the game, for few would care to play j'ou'(4, marry me"Ati ', I / .1 '..L.
!s- chrysopfcrase: is the jewel fancied at pres- where there are no spectators. The fact : tl-iJ; it.3\-ays bet'leis way t'" and .IJ

1 pt.t : Black onyx and gold are fashionable that he does this without pay 'day in and "Rain t nale 1 QP.sc fuot. uIt in they 12 CAJ.VL 5 ORLEANS, LA. !J <: .

cut-in "light forms :with pendants, day out, shows the u fulnl..l1 of his na J .. Sj"rw : \i

1 >aopWDes and bars. LIpk necklaces l of ture. What an industrious! man, who ."Ah's I .1" .... : .
1 --beaty bright gold ; cable chains, alternately CODidens.1lliI time worth something would .'It.lt 1 can't eta; itny! ? :,:\ 1 # ISSUES urn.rOLICIE, jwyaUo Qnftrtcr1 : '" .'C.. I

,* dead and bright gold; collars with want.pay for, the lazy generally does for ltlt won't%j ojiiteVfftiulsBtf i (put jast I ly, Si-mi-uiiinnliy, Fiflwu, Tell amt I'ivc | : ,.f. -: t

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: *Axis .geed !von on> gold, are wornwith motives that should go far: to hid ( "1-11 don't tJHji\nik/to. be 1 the UuiUxl bul>>:>s. Many couip:any iii I: t ( i i i I .,. t ,

realng .dress. Etruscan wire work is it. 't't'd.1. sir: itiijelli tOO+'I[. + JO/EPH J1LLLSOK.; IVsi.lent! : rtl" ,. "

fashionable u admir be. The union of The lazy man never gets up re lags, "Whatr.9xclaned! .Tul us! : IOWd'j J.AV. STOXI1 Vice Ire ill<,ut, t; 'I' "
tiJ.mon n ftvd"pearli. ? I? mosfresteemed in Insurrectionsorotherpopular uc menu, other scrape of.h*, foot-auu this ( t. T. UARPEn, Swr-Uuy.illLLER. ;: ,

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There is nothing of much importance I Ifrotq WisnixciJui, uary 1,0, Noon.-P y sinking 7ourwksafterdateXmapPl7t0b13U0t- f Jli
the Comtnitlees in the House many bills Drake's amendment to the Virginia bill assortment of ammunition, and men .L1 or, Samuel J. Pierce Judge of Probate for :

: .J.1 UA.llY, 26th 1870._ i /the Legislature. A joint,committee I. 'were introduced, including jpne from Mr. will fail, and t the original bill will pass the for Cuba. It i is stitteil that she flis American Hernando county, Florida Iota for three an order and to four(3&4hmUockNo.3inthetownofBrook' efl "

I 1 Is after !the party or parties who altered Payne to reconstruct Virginia.In i Senate. The result in the House i in more 'colar;. Las two }
i, X;- The Cuban privateer Annie has been t thi Railroad bill passed at the last ses- the Senate various j petitions were introduced I uncertain, as new members are constant 1 I Cabun.s. The ,.'*. it ii alleged is not capable (-i1Ie, belorglng) to the estate of F. H. Ederington -

,...: released. several for the recognition of1 arriving, and the discussion will prob- of doing nny Sghti-". Lc.l\\itbunding her decctifitd. "' .

'. ; a. __ __ _ tion.Tho joint resolution for thu relief of Cuba ; also, a petition from the Typographical -., a'bly be postponed for two or t three days. ;>'ormanif: '1 Li- ''uL..s! now cLaim to have ANDEPJSON Adminibtatcr.ProoksriHe MAYO. .:

; The Maxusqa Courier has a jiew antI l Union for a postal telegrapti.AFTERNOON "WASOISGIW, January 15. Doabts three arm '.I vp,.i -U *t boo. Tbiitecn moreS
: neat Mrs. Irene Jenkins, passed l I both Houses.. Fla., Jan. llth 1S70. .
heading. of the
very /Ij are entertained( 8'tO success l'l\nilih guub xvt< are rcuily to go to sea from
b A homestead bill returned and favorably SESSION. Virginia bill passing.Commissioner ;Sew York.I -

-. .._ Xhio and Kansas have ratified the "fif.a a reported upon. WASHI"TON, January 10.-There Delano decides that farmers I --.e, Administrator's Notice.
ieenth amendment. / was a bare quorum in the Hou e.Blaims who sell regularly in market or oth- :
The bill allowingnegroes to travel on The J'rf1',1.'nt'N onltr lolling to a movement DATE the S
I vote of ordering a vote on them ,
license retail
j er places are subject to a as FOUR
E&- .
I defeated in pfarmy iHScvrn to the \Vrst creates a '' I1fJ an Administrator' on the
-The al public was considered
.. reports Out the collapse of the .conveyances main question important.The -| trader ,U1 to -
tate of M-tthev Cheawer, dec'd apply
_Cuban,revolation,are ('cntr:1JickJ.Vgini .] tho Assembly, by a vote: of 22 to 24.Mr. Bill! in question is Ittngham's and i, )[,5 rs. Marian Clark and IJP?!, au duty ->frtxl d'al of t.''kftmort1? those who have bad the Honorable Judge of the County Court in 7
w admits Virginia without additional condi- easy pLi. AVaalungton for a number cfyesn. and for liiHaboroneh Flonda.'' to ell '
S Green, of Manatee, introduced a in this office go with ths Diricn ship
I tions. i &)7'Ie of them. nre '|*jit ratain that following' lAnd' belonsing to Estate
\ has bee. .re-admitted i into the (nal surrey in charge of the electrical 1'the
the transfer of lands and and State
resolution against Nominations were made of Thomas 'the bnaness of the VTar Department cannot beI lying and being in said County
Union. How l long wilt it be before she branch of the tervice. to-wit :
'"ill" be re-reconstructed I by the Board of Internal Improvementsto Biddle for Consul General at Havana i Jan. 19.-Tho S.rt'S.amer( ':Congress -I carried: on j perly if they are o..l 1'\'tl away, The Ei ofthe S \VJ See. 14. and the EJ of

.'._. [ a New York company, and asked then George B. Peck for Revenue Collector of! will sail in a few days for Savannah -(janlin.fioenceiseierds.'d with th<* Prewdent theSW.S23T27Sofj2t,1containh1g1CO1oo ,. .' .
: Th Democratic I the Second North Carolina District j !1 It" ,\T.e this mp.n from having his name put on acres, .
I ItheSW4ofSce23andtheNEj
the transfer L.sKCV. And the VT| of the S El. I of
Indiana Holmes II. Emmerson of Michigan for I
j met at ,
Indianapolis on bth inst., Green. The steamer Colorado! will rdic'ethe flheXW
have to the State Jands .
buy at '
foreigner -
and nominated a full Stale ticket. Judge vice Wit ley, who declined. D'l the of the !I .
(war as Flag Ship 43 >
Sec irt, T 27 R 20 E, ccnUUD'ng lw -
... _. 10 cents per acre, when the citizens of Virginia and t be general condition of Asiatic squadron. t ; '1-,11, iitho for some lirao fast has becn acres I ;

Bullock's Georgia Legislature i is in the State have to pay SI.25 f The mat- the South was discussed in both hOUf(' The elections in Connecticut n
': quite muddiest; the conservative republicans ter tc be looked into. In tbe Senate Messrs.[ Stewart, War-j reported, favor Van Wick. The friendsof : 'a w', cliargM with eip ration of fmu ] and democrats and Fowler advocated'ir- the I'uitednw{ ( futlJ.\rI"l by Judge -1I.1t'MfP\\
acting together. ner Sawyer much t
discouraged by 20E
Virginia seem .trdtheNw4of theSES2ST27R ,
Tho Sentinel of the Senate
Daily says : I Coar-iol and licf M.Mrant for J lii arrest
nn *
.._ admission. Sainner WiIonlIow.1 'f'
-. ginia's the courseof'events to-day. The grand containing 40-12-100 acres..tntltheSElofNE.1Sec22T
S The Tallahassee Sentinel, Gov. Reed'f WEDNESDAY* January 20, 1S70. ard and Pomenty suggested obstacJl's.I .- t object has been to get the bill back in the 'coal lj issrtpd on ether charges, his counsel 27, R 20. f .

4 : paper, seems to be disgusted at the conduct The Senate met, at four o'clock ; but I Warner wanted to go into Alabama' with Holm, where additional amendments aid |, ckcd the coiirt-rooai door iu the (Lee of the containing 40-12-100 *cn-*. LYNX.. :'":

_. of some of its colored brethren iri was anticipated by the ladies of tbe Episcopal -,. anm"-sty in one baiid and a [halter in the much de'ay' i is apprehended.WASHtXGTOXr High Con-sUble and cnablM him to escape. C'lUL'DANIEL. S y

the 'gi'l t Ufl' '. I' Church, who had installed them- other. lie would pardon the rebe's, but January 10.-Virginia !I _,e- VJminbttrstors. t "

-._.- I w .ycs in this Senate Chamber in such a hang the murdeters. Fowler would substitute i is admitted 'o the Union. The altra-inrtut\n party ergo the Pope to By IL L. ) AgX : "

The East Fkf+la.Banner is aflcr one manner that it seemed difficult to dislodge] .he Bible for the ha'ier.; The Honolula Minister was presented !:procLxim th. d-xtrinfofinalliLility M a to Tampa Jan. 10th 1670. jw' f"

JIathews, carpet-bagger, who has l been them Senator MtCd kill found that I Fowler defended Twines-see again! the to the President on SJtun.bv.- He i is a J,(; the iuiniediatc settlement of the question iray, bnt SALE. i-
roint\f) latitude and longitude of the 1 alleged sanders of her Congressional delegation ; Maine[ Yankee. TAX COLLECTOR'S ,
z ,; appointed! fcheriff of Marion ('ounty."ob : I1U Holiness it i i" f-t.iuxl. is opposed to raii"ing
) room inVhich he "g'l.tatcctll'it'J 'by and Brown ow. j (nrn.'l'errpatdl: < i indicate that' I
: the at all unless he i is confident of "
1. not pursue larger game f a blushing blonde ; Senator Henderson's I'I In the House a bill admitting Virginia! ; three c'naturBnll ten IJcprcsentattvesan question VIRTUE AUTHORITY VESTED 4
_ the almost! entire BY .
._ obtaining unanimity of the
location heiound filled by a beautiful brunette :; was 1il'\J'i'l. I'ingha'ii' demanded: a reconsideration clearly unqualified. They will beexclltd S in me by Uw, I have thU day letied cpon

\ The Sentinel sees "traitor* in the distance. : Senator Smith was displaced, ::1\>y a ]i I of the question, and the de.! ( by military order /fhu will leave .'I: CounciL and Honsc will Door.in ofiVr for the a.le City in of Tampa front of on the the Court 5thdy '* ,i t J

: By "traitorsltbo Sentinel meajis most bewitching bundle of life ; Senator I! mand: was 'u'ta Tc,1. The reconsidering J the Legislature Democratic.Princj I I of -.;;. 1S 70 durin-? the kg-l boon of 1

those Republicans do not Cruse found hiuWlf supplanted by arnas-tj I x'otc, ordering the main question, wa j Arthur arrived here on Satur. l1r bDtr isrmtnt'. sale; the fol'o ing de nbd property, or BO

,- swear by turkey ; Senator l radwell by a roast pig; I I moved by a vote of 7G to 7(5( the Speaker day. i much thereof a' will be namc'"eut to wttisfy the I j :
Harmon Heed. State and County Tuxes due by the parties
. Senator Pearce walolH'l'senh.(111) a tli-h l I voting no. The main cl'lestilln"a up,
A- more literal spirit-. seems. -to control of lobster salad : Senator n"acham by j but the morning hour expiring the matter Jen. Itej nold's action approving the A LAKGE STOCK OFiSPRING for the year Ib&S that may be unpaid-to-wit : j

a dead duck. The yretary found hi* ] went o\er. installation of Davis and Flannigan as B-jry. A-SWi of S WJ of Section SO

the Legislature than has been exhibited desk blooming with evergreen" ; 5 h 'hlrt.1 I Sawyer was confirmed Judge fur the Governor; and Lieut. (Governor of Texas, IUn-e: 1C Towaship ; and N WJ of|N Wi 1 '

: c before, ,of late. Heretofore Democrats tbe transformation C' :11rle nud (>f! Ninth Judicial Circuit. I also for convening the Legislature. Scc3I, R 1C T 29 contHining acres.Collin'iJ.ASE4ofSV4See3O .

have been almost wholly cxclude-1 from the mo t delightful eharacVr., In VH-C The tan?: Domingo treaty was receivedby Very ltt'e: news, and none, of moment.Jenernl T R 23, t .
the T 2',. and N El of N E;, S 10 It 21. T2S. con-
of these facts thA it the Senate and was referred to 1
S fll Important, coD l tiee$. Not ?o this Senator\thogbt. (: >Vw". timing too acrE'i i
both and to leave the Committee Foreign Relations.WASIIIXUTCX I
: lime however. [ courteous gallant I on NASHVILLE, January 10.-The Constitutional ElliH. J. CLot 1 an.13. S 3. R IB, T 23 \
Mr. Henderson the able ,
fair oceujijs in jtosc'vion of iKp premises I Januan- 12.-The S-n- Convention was organized! to- I containing 74 acm- -1'

:__ Senator from this district is chairman of and uttil ten o'clock to- ate i considering Suiiiner' Finance I ill. AND I "
adjourned day. John C. Brown, Comptroller General Hooker Wm. ItEl| of Sec 2, R 20. T 20. 1 ;
the Senate, Judiciary Committee, and Mr.[ morrow. \ t the object of which i is the early restoration was unanimously: elected Chairman. N VCl of Sec 1. U 1C, T 29. S W 4 of N EJ. andS i !
of Sumner said F. 4 of N V4. S 17. R 19. T 29. and X W4 of
r: Kaney, of }Franklin. democrat, is chairman Various bills introduced, cone of atuch specie pajment. [Special;zilJ..h to the Morning KewijATLANTA J SEJan&INlofSWLS17.Jt1T29 J con- .,.
there more important: matters pending SUMMEkGOODS i
I the ', were 13.: Tlie Senate tiiuiii. 415 acres. j
of the Judiciary Committee in tbe importance to people generally than the complete restoration of the January: -
met and adjoun) : being diane.'l'lie i LttT-10 acre of LaniLLoiknc
Assembly. about Railroad'
see nothing ,
S \$outh. < Lorn-1 veeL f < _
..._.- --S. House was called to ordrby'J'at.
\Ihe House is considering th>? Nay 1f ) acres.Mztihiu.
: :Udt'R&rteIN14l' to the U. S. Senate. Proposed l Amendments to the Conti- Yards. I man. Funny A-X E4-of X Ej Sec 3 R 20 r1

S On lOth'tost. Hon. 0, -B. HART Asso- of TLe Virginia bill will be in both I Manager[ Harrfc swore in a number of! T 29 containing 40 acres.Wil.can.Js.s.T.SW4ofSE.S1Oflfl. f :
tction Florida now up before the Legislature up I members, and. the House adjourned.Bryant .

: date! Justice of, the Supreme Court was ; HousW patently. was sworn in against the pro Tao, X W4 of S 13, and E| ofS El.| S 16R2i! !
elected td the U. S. Senate vice The \Ell ti\n Committee will give T 30, containing 2u< > &eft'1
one A. ARTICLE I. precedence to Northern over Soutiu-ni tlt'lf Fit/patrSck:: with whom he h.tJJ. Jr.t r.'C"dTI'* l aid for sale byLEVINON Prew M. U-2 Town Loti.M.yo '
Gilbert, of. York, who it w alleged row in tho House lat session.Fiftytwo .
The salary of the Governor of the contested l election C45e5..trrinNooN I W. T-LandH.
; S 4 holds his office illegally. Now it mailers State shall be three thousand five hUDln.lIdollars DeintH.Tat fourrec-n Conservatives A mTnL\ B. C. LEOXARDY.Tu : .
: ) SESSION &r.d fifty-live liadieals': Ina1ifit'll-
little by what right Gill>ert is in the S?n- per annum ; that of each Justice A-.Teat n-fosi-to to their Collector HiILboru' county. .\

-. -te, if money i is only as potent at Washington of the Supreme Court shall be three thousand WASIflNGTON.Jammary\ 12.-This af. .' : many.\hmt answer rt.-i-'Ut waiting Tampa. Jr.! 4th. 1S70. 3m .l
< Received.
.5 .. :. dollars ; that of each Judge of the ternoutt )[r. Sumner, in the Senate, \p'esente nfttn: twenty7en : j just iI

\ as it wa at Tallahassee. at the Circuit Courts shall be two thousands tI.\ protect sVnfd ?llY tliirJwu! : : ]l't'r-\\ ta ipi: ly.J I AUMI JnsTRATOn'S :.\. :

'. ; time '}r r. .G i1btrt"as elected, Judge five hundred dollars ; that of each Cabinet : --"o!is pgan; >t Virghii 's ju'.nussiou.! : lr'l < J roat bit teriv ss c-xi io't.t h.t\'t'en the Con- 1 1 I'.itI: S. L Cotton see.1. aLich is I If at { "UA-VrTOAXORDERcf the Honorable j
Thuniuui said oV of t nt'llI"t':,' servaiivcH and ext retne lladc:: Hart will never take his seat as Senator. officer han be two thousand: dollars ; i every f I oIurtt t) F.r.kt: $1.jIII"rbn.-.h.1 '
-. .'-. that of the IJeiitenant-Goveror shall' befive lice qa1dt-rs] \Un! \voultb' t th<-ir otTn.es I ."i l\m.)erts IwM! a caucus to-n'pht; eL lyi' jrUte (.f FkMida. ex-offlvio Judge of'lrol.t<> E.
There are donlts! also as to the legality of II th admission! of till\.' r'tt'. ;uuutli! tlio) ("''n"'r\a"vis! will; s:idi! to r.FORGE BLUM (1.1tt-d Augtiit 1Mb A. I). 18 ;. we will offer .
hundred dollar, and he thall reteivethe upon j for ale at public rtiidue before th : J
Judge Hart's election.. same mileage as a monitor of the In tin House, a n-soliautn from tln i'; Br\ar.t fi.r :;:waker. Tlio ILiJIi-aJs: i : pro- i MeCirty Store, Wx-hingfon Street, House dour nt 11 O'clock. A. M., on Monday.'t't t -
it}K.1 its |'.sitl to drlllJ :\[(''herlt.r.md. substitute 7th day of February next the follow.ing .
LepL-lature. The pay of members of the I New York' legislature rawing i Tavpn, J an. _:; I.\1". ensuing '
The Rural Carolinian. assent t'l the fifteenth anu-iiHiiseiit \;;\s I I'rin.-r (I Democrat), if tit 1 Dtumcratsi d.. shall !be diem by fixedby
Legislature to
: .Colonel D. Watt Aiken, one of the law for each daj's per actual attendance l' presented and I t tabled. \ j i would dn;. Bryant, but the ,Democrats ;, \\w. It. Hogaa. deceased, to-wit :

1 '. leading planters of S. C., ha-* Income Garildd: introiluceJ bill abolishing th>, and Oonsi-r.ativir wIth not ciopron: RKEilSIDE SI of S Wi S 5 : El of X E4. S '4 of X EI.
associated with Messrs. Walker and in addition thereto, ten cent p\vr mile ; HEST.llU.1XfI S Ki of XV4.. ?> 7 : X J of X W4. X El of X '
Kvans aiid\\ban- matter, hirge A\'ashinpton
I Bureau fur H.flgl"n,t1ukn nor \iis.vs.\
for travelling for each mile front : C4SSNofNW.SE.jofN| W4. X W P PIf
expenses -
I & Cogswell as joint proprietor( of this their resju'ctivc places of residence to the I c1ollt'.l 1.:1111101. \ j (Gen.; Tirryill probably crutroi! aSairs ( S .V4. S 9 T 27 ; and S E4 of X FJ, S 10.

( valuable agricultural monthly. In Jus capital estimated by the shorte general A bill was introduced repealing the set according to his OTTO ;'neit! .::,1 dei-ide! 1! AND; T30. ..tllinlange2lS&E.KENNEDY _
: J .. notice the connection i j, the eligihililj nu-n.Urs. i .
announcing : Colonel thoroughfare, and the same to rl'um.- : of June, btj, ,1..1iniuilllditi.llal ean'.od t.n ; :; & DARLTNG.Admiustratori.
I 1 Aiken says : Jji thus uniting myself All other officers of the State shall be I of (challenge and :Jpn'scribing! additional!" Iryanha-; rxigned tae; Augusta Post- jOYSTER SALOON.Me ,

with the enterprising firm of Mes.r*. paid by fees or i t-r diem fixed by law.- oaths to grand and ptit jurors in United 1 J i mastership.ATLVNTA. } T.wptr Hwi 0tn, 1S63. Cw

;! Walker, l"ans.CogsweJl, more than a No Legislature shall increase its own pay. States courts. I \ January 12.-Both HousesadjXurued j; s" .7oItN'D: :; .\ o--HtI3rEp. haTj -
'1 single motive will of course be laid at The Virginia bill was resumed. l\irn : afit r swearing m- a few- iniui-j in" cectMttly pnnhuim- Sain.n kept by NEW

f rpy door; but chief amongst the inducement ABTICLE H. worth, discussing! the bill, said it- would berG\ i John Ol.n. an l n.fi'.rd the tune. are now prrt GOODS! -Jj

.. i' : is the earnest desire to len&Iahdp. The several members of the Cabinet of almost to totter to follow the 1 Bible recommendation -I (; \ Ttrry today !1int't1 r.n order t ixt' to tnt, riiiintj.tciners in 11n.t cLi--3 stjle.

f, ing hand to develop and publish .the developments administrative. officers shall be elected by and "Swear not all" thin I j I placing! \Warn, Taliaferro, Wjlkes. Liiii : t Will<>r* in wfrve INihon Uuur 3Lv.-t tbe bfu.tylt.,.O.mi\t nil'.Lmirs Fi-A Ovi andS '

t:* : of Agricultural interests the people. to have thai eternal repetition of oaths i i. coin I'tilihuli'.u and Jlascock counties 8sI S S U the vwirtr of.""'rl! .eb'te.I till of fare.Tb .- BY LAST STP.L'iE ; J-r

i of our beloved South. Whatever of ag. ARTICLE III. which excluded intelligence, worth and !I, a sub-DistrKt, under command f:f Maior i nc; <*s f')r ft'I| ,!!>!'is 1,RTC h'c fixed at a JF>T RECEIVED

1 ricultural advantages I 'may have gained The sixth and l'nnthjutlkial district* wealth from public oI1k..:. !I Kline, with iVtnirtlons to all persons .o- inr-ilrTatt! 1 1roC i\eu a t'aIL HAYTNG ( legist Stock of a n.o.t =n. .

1. 'tr ,. after. practical plantation expcriemv of are hereby abolished and the limits of Paine, another: member of the Ht''on-1 j fating the lawsS'Uta i ;! tli ,turl>inj: the p.ac ; fsiapa Jaa. 'JO, 1S70. Cm..cvpirusM : t

near twenty yearvshall I be given to 77e : the first second, third fourth and fifth judicial ruction Committee, favor tin bill. j j i ala :an onler reTVng:: ; th> prison : ,.ei15T I
Jlnril for the benefit of of Warren : :.:;;uun rOft S.-t.LC.
other Without action the house adjourne.1.iTh | : coj-uy ; id ap[' juitiag! J. C 'S-.i t
!j. district" shall J to defined by law. i .
S -' Messrs. Walker, K--ans" & Cogswell .S.-nate dicue4 l the Virginia bill! !: lirnihrIJ.: \ 1 I I *arc: on html a KT-r nirl"t /'It Cypt'niLcm-. Fall | WhiterI ,
:- ': state that Colonel. Aikt-n "'ill devote his ARTICLE IT. to adjournnu-nt. Tlie dNcMs-sion was :! 1'oreiaew. i ba vbich I will *1! l"b7' for <\ H. ;

i Ijme to tra".mng.thron h the Southern The offices of Survejor-General and j quite; bitter, involving crimination and recrimination !: P.1II I?, January i-: : In the Corpgislatif -; I IF. Kl'AUSE.Tarar I

t ;, States Jatht.injral'tiCtll iHftrnnititn Commissioner of Immigration are hereby : :: among the Hl'puh1icJl1lwith- I"- a tnot'on was\iid-j rendering : .v, Jan. 2>. tt 'I ,

from all jaections for the lienrfit of our consolidated under the mine of Commissioner I l out, !howt-viT, any definite 1 action.i the Emperor's family aiHiiKJ: tll the law. i ________ _________________________
readers enlisting correspondent, ltal. of Lands and i Uochfort said that Xu'l'r.1' of the
_., : Immigration. i j I one
Jan. IS.-Senate engaged on California
s--- lUbing agencies and extending our uh- the Notice -l
.5 ARTICLE '-. whiskey seuurcs. lu I the House! the tiielahuluu, ant II'fP l1outl1de 1114I \

F.tt'ptlon-Ji The office Adjutant-General is herebv league Island Navy Yard i is toirg considenil. i. 1 I1rltr"rh.. though a (-."i-sijj; \ (.r theLmp4rnr
The January number of TIt JlualI 1t icoTn ai:! wlmn) it
DE to
nn nK (Oiu\wrprom-: n.nt'lnr'rn. Which hare haM
escape pare l in New York
Kl: at low.
a.Lulkll/'t1.. t.'t.t ion committee is eiaza'relvn l
Caro'Mian has -.' -- --- .1) tht (MILES w. lmOWS Is not.utht-r-
intnn'ic merit rarely j: ised them justice saing, in the conrst.of tr.pntvs tliaj formerly on awmnt cf the declinf 4
the South Carolina case, which will I to i1. 1 \> !ct.tbcru< :te1.t or powvr.zttOrneyf'r /
# p pquallrd and inut-t secure a favorable ARTICLE VI. la,, eech, "Wean'jus'ict-lav-rncwieration. of doll: and C 'IlJ. Tho -cotiimitU'e arc at work sj Mr*. I'. A. DEfHF.VIVAS real l'trtaq'ff.l a rv.lnction in
;- ." consideration for the new firm. Among The thirteenth section of the sixth Article .. up the Louisiana 1 It will If you force it, we will In: 1" '.." or clistttU anil thtflure imy t n prices accordingly.CAUC'JE. S
on ca e. probablyto
S the contents 'e especially notit' the of Constitution i is transaction in th with the nr\"Ia,1 / --t
t ar- la'reahrl j 1..o ') January: !:.Violent disseri.\ ou.in.-r t *, ,
\ :. Ue1e' }':t--b Culture two weeks bef n' it i is considered! in C1IIt W, ImOW shall Le ,IeUtwI.1ranInIent 7
t on l.it'hkandgri gated. ,! shins: exist i ;In the Austrian Cabinet. \ ., f '
full committee. The reconstruction ,
\ Anll illl'.lI
comi : ( ,
3. eultnral ;
Cbt'r. l't1Ct.i ana
try Figure .
S i Mr.[ ('tla.ltonewas President at a meeting 'lllITJ'yI". S i
for }'arm..rsrri'uttur of Russia The ARTICLE-vt I. i! tnittee considered th geii-nil removal of I Dn. A. S. I.E ('IIEIVA.TAth.fli. .
which matured
\ : !> a plan for an international 0
-. \ )1.- Sea Island Cotton Question, and The The twenty seventh section of the sixteenth disabilities and discussed a bill to be preI ; l workmen's exhibition here next sum- ., January l7(. ,2m. SJtF.FT1va.S
1 -- Artie; of the I p3rt'llt their next meeting.
it ) Culture of the Olive-all elf which are Con-tftction N here
} T -J" i AfUrnooa S ::i I In the Senate the! i : \
fin t.du..rJ articles of interest abrogated.. j n.- nwr.PAKI \ JE.t.\
? : : }practical I ?, January 1 12.-Th entire edition ; \ Iii ( hancerj. I i
California! whiskey seizure was lSCtI54kl:
: (
I. .od' .'; :. and evidently"written by men thoroughly .UTICLE111.. j \f Htll'hl'urt'llt'r Jf'irsCIuli.k'! seiZ- Is THE C-VTIT COCBT, SIXTH In IC1.1L Cincrrr !
I at length. The consideration of the Virginia -. o4BrRG3,
'. .. with the of which j I
: 'L ; conversant subject*
: j The number of the tenns of thtf Supreme : bill re umet!. 'I'layerconcluiletl his t(1 l hy the authorizes todv.I j or Fi/naVv, IN AS.D FOR JIU.t.'IB-OOt"OI / I
'.f- .e.i". they treat. Tbe liberations this numinrr'aR' ,. 1 Bn.s..Januar I 1 > Alv -' t -
a'--.' and handsome Court and the time of !lidding tin : speech, when Kice folowe! l in a verstring ; : : 'Felgraphic rCorMr. \ > a Superior Lot of ,
: numerous and inappearance same sha'l' to fixed by law.ARTICLE i (.;'ninuuicasion ha been re-e >lih u..1 l John W. Water* )J f
." .+- :. as well as in contemn, the j I speech declaring:l t hart C'nressi with Santo spritu? !: oI, Cal>r* Ovilac) anal i vI \\.- rat: f-.T I'ivorce.j i ,tlftAIt PL'z '
.. number T/tcJIural i i raut to true tn Virginia and itself whaten.r I Lanra Waters.
L.,_ January Carolinian; IA.Tliv I other points in Cinco \lHis DNtrict, from j J
:- r d\- S can fairly challenge comparison with any Ix :i.lature hall have .)'sri-r tc Virginia might do in th future. lea whence the insurgents seem to le movingtowards \ nil! Laving V-ca\f led ia my office ia the HickoryStripofl, I 1 .1
.- f iii other Agricaltara! 'masazine North !r bate followed against the admission, Stewart A. above entnl--d eaq','. and it bt-isu; nuule tappear. -> I "..
t 1- I prescribe regulation for caillug in tn tht Principe. l ali.h' it dtft K I -
mLint r'sidesbeond
eUtIL :'i speaking powerfully in lacer of it.- y tba\the N'J. ", ,
r.. ".?. ? Supreme Court a Judge of tin1 Circuli 1 1I : Morton also spoke in favor of admission, 1'AP.l January: 19.-Tnurmann3!; the limits of the ixth Judicial CircuitS I \
S I Court. to hear and determine any matt.] executed thi-i{ morning : hi- l lat wonl, of. FloriJx vait : In 'Colombia County, Cassimert-a 'I'!
: A Lone truIe l (1o- I pending before the court, in the' p al'If and was interrupted by a mntion to' adjvum loudly fpok'n.'re : '"I persist i; that I r in said StAte It is herebv'onlerevl that the -S
; : j which prevailed. Prop-vitions to fi-ndint do and pl I.
0 deEiur
1 -., r At lat the Paraguayan war u at L"1' any Justice thereof who shall I to diMjualified !. have acfoiaplii"* It is now certain that''f: tho C app"ar said raarvr -r. or : Tick. I
lltln before
ix tho iiis g l' anaL The allied Brazilian, Argentine and ; or disabled in ach case from interest was rab- down 0 I'rince Pierre Bonaparte will be tried at- the first Mon-l>y, diUy 3layvnest or the t .
'. forces have other \Vr-ailles the high CIunt"iU S will be Ukm as con.fes.sod. Denimx t
p Uraguayan captured Yquati- or cause. ; same try .cne \ ; .,
Tri :': .roi. and sent Dictator Lopez flying into Bolivia. Passed Assembly 34 to G. 'I Yard In the Hou"e tbe Leagne Island Navy P.'Ince; Murat for striking a Maist-. '., JYHW. r.! That puTiliciition of th \ order loe I
I I appropriation wa considvretl through- _, nU\}! in me oiciat 'II'r rnhed in La
r ] The Or1tan:5t I'rinced'Ku com- e. .JI.
t. & The 13 section cf the VI artU-le ofthe'I: oat the day and nothing: whatever general I this Cinrnit (Sacv & week thrte months(omect : .
: mander.in- hit'f of the alliwl armies has FKEEiiANJXS i.v ENGLAND.-Fn-oma-
: I uti\'t"\!. \ Black and White 3Iixe r.t'pt'l1IU1t. : 11'11I I 5
; -) Constitution i io in relation to the intea-.st transpired.I'KO.H ; llnwilll.interested in ): thai : I. -
; ;r 'l \; marched to a C nq1mmateicto and! taking learning t; M. P. LYOX \ ed Reptllant for Gtntlemens wt-ar. J
'It" ,r. WAMinGTO) he not.leman1,0.lIaoi l for Clerk Circuit Court, lIi1 -oonr' Co. Flv I S
I ':; '. will soon evacuate Paraguay and return down of evidence in writing! in all cae', vWASniNOTflN een twenty.ix
c. Monterideo. The closed has January 12.-TheU-' sj i at the head offthwr Order in, J.iinarr, i"Hh, b7' 3m. I Lad.s; are ePdafly iuvite.l ,
> \ ;,:.: to war now I both civil and criminal: in the county andcircuit ': years L l' to call and "- 1
t. r lI ,- nile tu- a\ i is :;6'3.OOO. Knglaiul i is the of amine my fctock of a
1'1 .I beta vaged against Ix>pez for fire years, I.I. : now on point retiring,.. ,
courts.t Kth Judicial Circuit. State t of
: \\ ., having l been inaugurated November 11, j I 1 i Banks has arrived from his Haropean i The Karl of Z'tland i eitremely popular FloriWl'j I I
$ I The 2?; section of article VII of t'Je' UDERJ-D. That the Fi.fiii>A I'Es DE.cSGOOD. I
'I/- 1864, when a Brazilian steamer wa cap- j I tour. among the Kcgll-h.Mx-wi, \ aid; z 1J L a Newspaper published in the City of Tatn-I
'j' I r L toted as: an Intruder oa the PZir:1gut.I" )'.- Constitution, i in relation to the c'aims! 1 Judge WoodCirccit/ Judge tinder the Miort time afro aipajrnific-entt, riuioara''l I Tin said Circuit be sad the s.irae is hereby LADIES HATSFAsniox.vrLr.

t' Brazil vas invaded by Lopez in Decem of refuf-es. new law, commences a sci-slou: thIs we.-k: wa pit up for ,Mm, !hut when tLc fac, -iaa.tcd; as ono r,f th; O _iial papers of said
i in Mobile.j [ Circuit, tnd that this order be r*',nled on the
? 1 t r .: ; ber. In following April the dictator came to his knov-IcJge he begged thai l Chanon' Ordt IV)k. and that the Clerk DONNETS (ute ty! >
; no-
I \. -': invaded the territories of the Argentine j A meeting of the postmasters' of the f the money might bo devoted to the charitable .. tty the editor of the PEXiystLAa of this order. I -
principal cities i is in session here institutions of the hrotbt'r1. And Cloaks at prices which will unit alL
y 1r-: -"- Republic which immediately made an alliance The administration is organizing; a rrtr nvral .
that flet to be caJll the E.s:ern & Jron, j The weather continues un ettle..1. The Earl i is f ,
[4 j with BraziL Since time the now upward (itT\ityfomL r
STATE or FwtrDi. J Ji t Th Richest Market
J and wbich is Price win be given fbr'all 1.
stined fo Cuban vr&tert. It itO !
t < "':- war has been stubbornly contested on both b* entirely! ind vndrnt: of the Gulf i The Naval Committee i is considering a L years old, and increasing infirm'ties' har' u t'oanty cf nJl ;rolh j jS t kinds of "' -

r r 1 ,, F"t. '- rides, Lopez falling back sullenly from ;ron.* Th fiiends of Cuba ay that i it indicates: -bill, for the construction of iron clad! ,,, led b'm t
>,l '/:;' point to point before the superior power J g a charge of front on the recognition cpIt'o equal in all respects to the best of England -. always pmuJ.: We may add that herr S J.i iu nnd for the County.} StAte aforetoud, '

.- Ic of the Invader, but nt'wrt'lho t desperate -! a 1. and France. one of the iao4 liberal of IVers in bi. do'Iereby certify that the ff>jvg JUiR i in a cor- \. J.. 1

1" .- fighting. The war has ben a terrible 1 A GOOD )-' rrimitiTe Baptists of 1 I Among to-day's nominations was Joseph -, politics, rnd adrodated tie ballot and triennial :_ ret't copy of the original order now on record CountryxProduce.. .

; i drain'on the allies; but i it,has resulted Conecah count), Al-bauia hare "Rc olred. i L. Kequa for Collector of Custom-
' 4i almost jn the depopa'ation' of Paraguay, j That we r'coinmen1 the Chnrche* in our bOOT at St. John!, Fla. It i is sal that the new Grand Masterril I : ", \1tnpt'\ my band md seal of -S .. .; 1 ; .

.-, ,-.., pr; and the utter ruin of its material interest. ,; to themselves LoU no of members any bw in cuvle frfkrwhip by htlJ1Wl who l leptlutionto avail Mr. Spinner ha. .-purcba .tJJ] seven mil-t most Kki'ly be Earl de Grey and, R5i'cn, a:,1 ] [L. S.1]. office: Nov.'SOlb M. P., Isalb.LYONS. C. L. FRIEBELES :. 1

-4: % -CIVlTkstJn.. IViftcs. | rod| the tnyajent cf their j jnn. dcbtt.";lions and three-quarters of sixty-twos foi r t present j Deputy f Grand Master : 'j t. Gcri Ct CL IIin boroush Co. FU. Tampa, De 15th. '\L I

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,e 4tbu ARRIVED.Stemship Jl1isctl lluc us. I AT WHOLESALE [: :-_ J "-

,.! WBDKS6DAY,.JANUARY 2Cth, I Alliance,Livingstone master, A FULL ASSORTMENT I : : J
:;; LOCAL INTELLIGENCE: from New Orleans, on Monday, 24th inst J :

I'- Go to Lota's for orange.Capt ,. from Steamship Havana, en Florida Monday, O'Leary, 24th inst.master, OF ::Ea. :mr: .I.Ez.Ic: : ''I,( .. :.;c.: .:\..,'. ,

Pro Schooner Aldrage] Bart master, from FALL. \"!
:UJ bas,received a superiorJot -,'' \ .I .
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::1 of Now Yortyon Monday, 24th inst. yeEST '
x Sappadillos. ,". :,"" .J
; : We had no mail on Saturday-no. conaection CLEARED. AND Proclamation '! .' .

.... at BrooksTille. On :Monday last. ,( for Havana, steam -.. I! 'i iI

ship Alliance. I I
Mr. Fnebele e has on hand'a lot of '
bacon. On Monday last, steamship Florida for \\ BYLEWINSON 5: ABLISFiED IN 1853.so I ; n
r, New Orleans. \ ,I .

.. Mr. Henry Krause has a lot of cypress L f-;
lumber which; he offers for sale. ; A YEAR. i' ,
I V Tampa was-visited by a heavy: blow I Per steamship Alliance-400 bbls. TO THE CITIZENS OF: ; ( -: f, -. .

and,fall of rain on Monday night merchandise.TampaPrlccs. ; : -
JUST RECEIVED BYoa2o tantOu5 far D,

;r Cot W. G. :Ferris has on hand Inter- Current. .< Hillsborough i Manatee Hernando Polk. Sumter y ;
} anal Revenue[stamps and postage stamps. .. A. M. HOBBY. : I 1

eouzrreo wmir. BT w. o. rnuus. E. A. CLARKE & CO. ;
Thanks to Hens. John A. Henderson and adjoining Counties) : ; I

Ttyr ind Charles Moore for public documents.The Long Staple Cotton (in the seed) 8 a 9c per lb \c HOBBY \ ,

f Apple. Dried, lb, 20o Hooey, per lb 15c l1TE HAVE OPENED IN THE BROWN BUILDING AT TAJIP.1\ ':. .... :, i .r
schooner Beauregard is in at Manatee Dread.. Pilot, IblOalSJc Hay per cwt (3 Jir !A ;
r Ib I5o: Hides,dry Ib. 10al8c H And now offer FOR SALE, ono ol the LARGEST'STOCKS OF GENERAL j
after beef-cattle for the Key West Batter 20o Hams, s c, lb 25 28c A Fioe Assortment of Calicoes, DeLaines, ion Morchanti '" 'l? '- j-.1--
market. French, pr lb 20 Lard per lb, 25c Jl Ohalleys. Alpncca, Bleached and Brown B fl :s fr"1IIi .: :-.
Butler, Goshen, lb 50e Molatnea Fla, gILl boo Cotton Otnabnrgo, Jean!, Casa! mere, Flannels! Ass o rted Merchandise 20 -''; a :
Mr. E. P. Grant has received r country, lb 23: a 30 Potatoes,pr bnch, 75c Brown and, White Kentucky{ Jeans Hickcry i huh Po(9rlcan( Lit. ClrrjriU" _, '
} another Coffee, pr lb 27a30c "Irish, pr bbl,4Jo5: Stripes, Tickings,Ginehairs, Striped Domestics :. :
t choice lot of groceries. Give him a call Chickens pr dozen.3 Oil, Kerosene; gal. 11Ch"t'ft Ladies hose, Half Hore, Handkerchiefs, ', : ; i
Soda Crackp_ tee, 1 'time-
Ribbons, Buttons of all descriptions Ac.: v. .goo
:>, Jb. 23: Rice lb, 15c
pr pr To South Florida
at his stand. E\er Before "Brought 1
1 new A fine lotoflitendy.Made :-
Candle*, pr lb S0a40c Salt, Liver o'l, tic, f4 Lard l, Soap. Starch, Matches, Shot, Powder ',:. t. S
Corn bu h, bush ",
pr 140a 180 Bay pr tl .
The market is supplied with excellent Meal bush I,5ca75" So gar, Fla, lb 10 a 175\ Clothing, Selected with the greatest care 1y: Mr. I. BIMJMEXTIIAL. in tho markets 'ft
Deer Skins, prb 25c Syrup,Fla prgal 70o W& @AIP' .I f J.
beef from the PHILADELPHIA, and BALTIMORE, at the o 1S0. '
Manatee NEW YORK, !)
tplantation. Call E ;gs'IT dozen 20c Tobacco IbSO e to 1100 BOSTON, : .:. ; :
and see for yourselves. flour X X. bl,7(57( 50 Wax. pr lb 25a30c lVD l- ..
choice SlOall Tallow lb 8alOO FIGURES .

Mr. H."Weissbrod ,..x
has on hand a l large .
Qlttij[ alltttl5tlftRt5. Tho STOCK is complete in all itadepartments. Of Epsom Salt, Wri M':1: Pills LaaJaum: Par '- ,
lot of bridles
buggy-harness &c. which
HARDWARE.WOODWARE. gone, Camphor,. vt ."
heis, selling' cheap. --.- .. .
1870. 1870. :lJ: ry c.ood.s" Preyed Tin ran!,Tin Curs of all kinds, .I ...,'' 1 j

10(' Our friend Billy O'Neal brought .the C If mkir 1 Y m II' O 9 .. Crockery-ware 1.. i. -j
largest cargo of hides to town last week ,
that was e brought to this place. Such M DOMESTICS, PRINTS, LAWNS, DELAI ES, WOOLENS, FLANNELS; BLANKETS, I

t Mr. William McFarland has succeeded NOTIONS, SKIRTS. &:c. Kentucky.., Black sewing Sik! .assorted q \:, .- 'I

a C. R. Mobley in the office of Assistant DRY Our Assortment of Coats Thread, Flat: :, Mixed Needles, and ''

I Revenue Assessor for South Florida.We GOODS, @1n & SjSfito: 'I Tot

BOOTS 4 SHOJES of GenU fine Calfskin .

learn that the steamer Argo, CaPt SADDLERY, & C. : .1, ,

James Tucker, is making weekly trips .s variel and extensive comprising MEN'S, BOYS A YOUTHS nr.OGAXS, MEN'S BOOTS .
G R 0 C'E R I E i
from Cedar Keys to Clear Water Harbor. SAND .,A Fresh supply of quantity BALMORAL and Shoes of all qualities.LAIHLV. MISSES: :: and CHILDREN'S SHOES and GAIi'ERS., iu .any- Shoes. .

'Kev. D. L. Branning will preach at FAMILY GROCER ES J "

Lesley's Church, on the Alafia, on. n ext Boiler, @Gm TIGIrn0rrrt 1F tU >II' M ft Ihnm: & @. () (Q 1) JI>> o Ladies TINE KIP BOOTS., ; j

Cheese, '
OYSTERS.:Ue grs.JohnRon Oppen- b Fine Combs, Rubber and Horn Dressing Com 'a

heimergive no tiro that they 'are now JUST OPENED, AT THE STOREOF Starch. Ready-made Clothing and Brushes, Cigar Grand :Mogul Smoking ,
Tobacco! ; Chewing Tobacco,tc. ( j
.ready to furnish the public with oysters. All of the-above and v arious articles too numerous .. .
Give them a call. Pickles, to mention can be bought, and the t ,
x HATS rOt 11iEN S BOYS' ana YOUTH'S' AY car, abe inducement of one Dollar given in f:,;
L. G. Covacevich Soap, Greenback by calling early na we are offering
Farmers wishing good plows, such as< great inducement Ju-t call for what you i' .

-' scooters, shovels and sweeps, can purchase Crackers I I ; I''i, r r a t Il want at the oM stand of :
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Reed Per Steamer Lavacca from New Orleans, fl 19} .. ,4
them on reasonable terms from Mr. H. WHITE CORN, E. P. GRA NT. t'. J I
Kerosene Oil Tea. offer Sugar Candles
Krause. Give him a call. ; COFFFE, ov 17th. ISM.Nl

Mr. Moore bas introduced a bill in the SOAP.- 1IACCARONLVER3IICILLL CHEESE lard, Pepper, Soda, Mustard, Spire, Candy,, Wooden' I Willo"r-W ai'e. fr ; C, ,'J

Legislature to form a new county out of 'BUTTER, LAUD, All kinds of Smoking npd Chewing iW W7LY 'ifJ J !
a Matches, Pilot Bread, French Bread, Butter .
the western part of this county, to bet .. r

,,1 -.... called Ward. Crackers, Pickles, Buckwheat, Onions J.c. QQQ) ) ) Family and Plantation Supplies. I.'ALI' m\ mm J "

- r COTTON SEED.-Mr. D. I. Craft, agent BACON FLOUR, LAUD, BUTTER. CFFEISUGAR) CHEEse, and everything t s, )

' for George Blum, has just received a lot belonging! to a F1KST: CLASS GROCERY HOUSE. : j
I + And we will continue to receive by each (
of improved cotton seed, which he offers Boots & Shoes learner from New Uileans and New York additions n 1
I Ii to our block. Give us a call at the A Large Stock of VIRGINIA and NORTH C.I'OI.lX.MW : .\ ( dL -,
i m for sale to farmers.: .
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I r. ATTENTION.-The members of the SPLENDID STOCK OF: Blue Stare Q) 1J Q) ) Q) QJ ; "

, In half boxes, boxes Caddies and l.the pound.
And we will sell you Goods as low as can quarter "
for JIm
\ Board of Education borough ;. .
be purchased in this section.TERMS i1f;
county ill meet in this city on Teusday Tin ware, We h\\"e: I\lency for BININOER-S celebrated LIQUORS, S. N. PIKE OVS MAG NO* AT 4
l rl the 1st day of February. A full atten- CASH, LIA WHISKEY'S: JOHN GIBSON SONS: A CO., MONONGOIIELA WHISKEY'S.: : .if' I

at CA PRICES.. Our Motto: is CASH! "qui k Sales, mid SMALL PROFITS," .' ,. ,
tf And by selling our goods: Cheap anlistaction and share of OPENED MY GOODS, I RES11 :. ... : _
Governor,Reed has appointed the lIon. lIe keeps constantly on Lad Tampa, Oct 27th. 1CC9. pationape.: wegu.ir.ntce hope to obtain'a: jour pectfully invite my friends and the pntv. LIiI :l-V .

Perry G. Wall Judge of the County .' Call and Sec us, and We will be Pleased to show )you oar nlcl1'\ ASSORTED STOCS.LETOSON to call.i'id! examine:: l.":fore I'urchlin S to.o)- ;' .' .
Notice where. odhavirc been for
Mj tj-> ; bought ::- .
-, Court for Hillsborouph cour.t}. This! isan A fine a<<5orlrccnt of Shawl, Blanket!, Flan CASH, they are sold as low as any can bebought .. j'
nets Calico. Sheeting, Shirtingcan,!!', Balmorals in this market. stock of '
and it will My _
excellent we .
appointment, : Tidings,, :Stockings:; Ufna TableCloths CONSIGNEES OF FREIGHTS by the & BETTMAN.' .
' feel assured, give univefllsati'faction.-: : Denims, DeLalnv*. Pact Goth, Alnacca I
Wall has filled with fidelity riai.ls.Stripe*,' II kkor ,Lmen, handkerchiefs Alliance SlcnmOiip Line HIDOR: DLU IEXTlIAr.. G. LEWINSON. ED. BETTMAN DRY GOODS .
Judge many Collars, Merino Jaeo nets. Winter Will please take notice that their freights and ,
important offices in this State, and whilst
tr be presides as Judge of the County_Court Veils, Ribbon. Clove Lawn, I*the hrgost ever brought to Tampa, eonsits .
In his Grocery Dqwrtmciit can always l>e found Before the delivery of the Good.. [ t't'Ing
be will do! so intelligently, impartiallyand FLOUR of all Grades, All freights put in Warehouse by the under in pai, t of .._ < I.!
inlkJ tndcntll. signed wil be charged 5 percent on advance .
: liines Fhnncls: :hirtrKSom*, Cloaks! Shirting I
arJ Salt Bacon, !, in addition to other charges neccetsarilyincurred. '"
Corn Pork, shoulders, I t>Shawls Balmoral, blocking:: ; Gart rt, Ties: i
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, have Mackerel Maccaroni, Vennicilli, Fancy CandyCodfi.li [Hoop*, Gloves., HooiU, Xulia, GolUrsSbeelinar. -"
Lewin' & Bettinan :
Messrs. on
French Bread Pickles, Sugar, Necessity compels! me to take this course Pants Cloth, Blankets, Mournin, _. _
just received a very large and well assorted I Crackers. Soda Cracker Pilot Bread, Coffee,' \v. G rnit 1 IS, GooJ?, Ribbons: and everything in this line .
AUi Line, .
stock of Spring goods, which are selling Green and Black Tea. N v9li 1S07. Agent co IfFor CEDAR MILL8J Ladlcc Dn (oo'b, _

like hot cakes. Mr. Bet t man, the Butter, Sugar. Candle! Matches Cigar So of every description. 1Gentleman's _
Ja, Kero ene Oil, Syrup, Lye, Canned Fruits '
and salesman of the Ready-Made Clothing.
gentlemanly popular ;aps. Nutmegs; Sage Mustard, Snuff. Milk, Christmas I! .
firm, is doing his level lst l to please eve- Vinegar! Popper Spice, Dried Apples and __ I fine Boon Sc S\\ocs -
1 Peaches Lol Pecan., --- -
tens Nuts Cheese IOXDS. FILBERTS,
body and especially the ladies, who C1XDY.L YANKEE: NOTIONS
jy ,
are crowding the store from morning un- POWDER, FIRE riUCKERS. ROCKETS ANew Elltei INDIES GENTS & QHILDR; E,'S II.VT3 p -
:ail night, each trying to get first choice; SHOT, PRESENTATION CUPS,
but such goods are all choice and the ladies CAPS. All for sale, very cheap, by; All kinds of Furniture, ; .

find it difficult to make their w.lections Ace-lltives.Pails.An r
: as they want every thing they see. NAILS OF ALL SIZES. YARDS SEA ISLAND COTTON r m 'W 4' ;, reWILLOWWARE ,

.Go in ladies! ; the gentlemen must foot Coffee 'Pot. Tin Pans, Pint and Quart Cups 900 BAG(UNO. tD (QoEOOBY)( AmID ,- 'f :: -
N Pocket Knives Table Knives, Gimlets, Locks. For sale bv) ;
,, the bills. .Hinges. I'otwarrens, fins, Needles, Axe!, C. L. rIUE ELE. aviihWE ill r.vfllnf\ \>n r '
Screw and Tacks,Spoons, Irons, Buts. Ac. Dec. 15th. tf '::) GL.VSSV'AIIE* t' :"

A large and splendid assortment' of ..... ft- ....,........ ...,,_"""' "'"' _, ft }
Communicated. Brandy TIX-WAIli:, CI"TLtRTOS; : : .. >

CnOOCKACHATTIEFLA.: ., ) % hrskev Wines, Just Received, ARE NOW Manuf.ioturing CEDAK at our Mill for Export and arc prepared Bridles McLcllan Saddlefide ," .1

f January 11th, 1S70. } Lemon Syrup, to buy Cedar Logs squared or round, in any fuanlitand. of all 1\lalitit"s- ] ", Shot Guns and Pistol, .. ", ', .
Through facilities: afforded us'by All kinds tf and '
Raspberry Syrup, Stationery School Bou : )-;
}: ME. EDITOR.-In your issue of the Old Dominion Mint Julep, Per Sieiini rr Flori i r- Initial writing paper Inks Ac. .. ... j #

5th"; fast! you state that the side-walks of TERMS CASll OR COUNTY PRO A Large lot of New Good,consisting o Mr.: I. BLTJME NT THAL I'aiiifsaml Perfumery, ,. .e '1 ;

your streets were being covered with saw; DUCE. Smoking & Chewing Tobacco Jilt t .J .
5th, 1870. toe And our connections in New
v Tampa January York .. _
dust. Of all the known, supposed LADIES' HATS, SHAKER,dc.<< 1 'f

j, causes of Yellow Fever the decomposition ,*.-.- Messrs. HACKES & FORCHHEIDIER Cigars &c,"' ,1. 1.

:.. of woody, ligneous matter js thought{ to Just Received -oALSO- 472 ** FINE MERSCHAUM:: PIITS, ..... S ijl.
be the most potent. In 1857 Jacksonville Fine
l: had her streets covered: with sawdust rerStenmera TafipcJinmock and'IbaufoH, 70 BARRELS FLOUR, I wo are ready to' receive CEDAR in our"Boom, at tnoi CHAMPAGNE CIDER, BITTERS dc. ':. ') ,ij

and the result was the prevalence of MEDICINES. .. 1
.. the jepidemicthat Fall. In 1853 Tampa CLEAR BACON SIDES i : MILL or in RAFTS, for which we wil PAY THE HIGHEST MARKET! SNUFF .. -i. l

-- bad her streets covered with saw-dust: GRITS. In AMMUNITIOK, Ac, _.
CORN MEAL, BUTTER, PRICE IN CASH, faetnerything can be found that'uo i 1 eeJ-
and it is hardly to be forgotten the sufferings LARD, / 1 ,*0.* in tin i section.A *" r
of the population, that Fall. For BUTTER TEA., Andererything else in the CF"Ve will alsa buy all the Cedar brought us from the country 4'on carts, from FreU: supply of it
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_: further information you are respectfully KEROSE. E OIL i. Grocery Line, t
; cited to Dr. LaRoche "Yellow Fever SODA CRACKERu ten feet upwards. GROCERIES 'o: -' .
<< on .
r -t: which I will tell for :,
f .;, ? cheap Cash or Country ,

,: %' ,. : .' :. .page 612, 2d TOt,et scquttur. LEMON CRACKERS. .EPILO"p f DREAD, Produce, L. G. COVACEVICH.NOT .11dl. G WIIN'.. (QN) &- IB3JE. ,VJr>>itANo rALWAYS: ON i141ND '' w t a,

r I:,:" .;".-, ... .....- X.. Fr sale by C. I* FBIfjELE. 211 1869 t9 ISIDa BL UMENTEAL, :EWIKti_ .:. ; \ f.b, BETnl.\SI COTTO Jar frill pay the latest Cash orices far 1 '

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tt,..,.. .," .c ,.,s .J.1(,UAUT, 2.r fL. f- I'Sheriff's Notice." ROUMAT1SUFOR WASTED, WANTED, WAITED i i! The Victor Cane Mill. C a SJm': -1 4 t ii!

,. C The Cuban private/
i i. : .,. '''wt January 4th, 1870. JTHE -c_ ..."

fi',,' f'Pa.Jr; ,. .jeleased.,. I CITIZENS of' Hillsborough County I '..
Cotton vii'
hereby notified that Mr. J. D. HAY-
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;:l- z-3- .v .::- The lIu.ial1 CourtiT ; GOOD.,is Sheriff of thiaCounty '
rn:.;. '. ,,," appointed Deputy PAID--FOR :
:.:. I-..'- : T'2 eery neat heading.f and will from this date exercise the --- "; ; i -1 1.I w
':;" I.r functions of that office, in of Wm. i ,'
place Capt.
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'V..f." : 5. 5-
'. .., [ -; '- ., ,?hio i and Kansas likieenth II Sweat rcbigned.: HENRY ALBURY, ]KAYTON'8 OIL ltF 1 LIFE SeedCotton _

r: : .1' amendment. *$ Sheriff 1Iill Lorough Co. 4
I' I I. _,.1 Tampa, Jan, 4. 1870. tf., CasorBeans .I '
\ f ., The reports alrou THEUUEATEST _

)J.. i '. Cuban: resolnUont"I a Notice. Hides .., Pv' ,

&)r;' ; .- r --Ic.roie I LINIMENT ., "" .-- .
r : :o' ":

4; it.....,.' "'. ''vgini has SIX MONTHS from date I will present my : _. ... ."..

M'e ; .. .. 0" .- Union. how IWn, and vouchers to Itho Honorable Of THE AGE! Beeswax &c. has taken the first premium at 37Sfate Fairs.Over BY ; ,
of County
''" ... .f". *uill be re-recon\! Judge, Florida of the, for County final settlement Court Heruandp and discharge! SOO> are in use. Made especially for 0. ,., .......,
1' fj. .> crueh ing Sugar Cane.COOKWJu1. \. .::. 'y. : .
.' ', from ihe estate of Green B. Moore .deceased It >iV otks I 'ke Charm. ; _
j. t !:The Dcraocratj a 'I'; __.

.], : :. 1r Indiana met at Ini WILLIAM W. WALL. In .any quantity, ( EHPOR1TOR >'! :" 'I. .(',

'. .: .and, nominated aBullock's f'. Administrator. GEO. D. ALLY .:" :(,: k,'; f(f. '. .,,

'. JJrooksville, Dec. 20th 18C9. Cm. '; :.'." ...,

.; ;f.. .;:; Gror S It has been app tiedto. the masses in the streets Exchanged for CASH ALL KINDS OP _. ,..' ;t., ('.\ .
of Savannah, Macon Columbus ; \ ""
: muddle blUcans August, '
: ..-. quite and' dcmocr;j Notice. Montgomery, and all leading cities'and towns I s ."... .... '':' I '

to the Mississippi river from hia .famous carriage J... < t \ -
'.. ; / present for many years, withWonderful At the highest MARKET PRICE by I '
} : OIX MONTHS: from date I will my : -1..1 .
: \ The Tallah/ O accounts and vouchers to the Judge of the -=-- :;

.". i <.. paper, seems tK County Court of Hernando County, Florida, Success.The '. ,,'.. \ : l'1 --'
., duct of for a Final Settlement And discharge from theestate : ,
'1! ; .'. -. --- ;.., the Le ielatnre.c some of Francis Kicks, Into of said county GEO. BLUM; PI.a ; nand Fancy : P
"."... ... .',. deceased Most Severe Cases of ,
4 W. B. NICKS. Adm'r. McCarty's Store Washington Street -/) .v 'r
J. AD.- .f:
,."_ '-.... ... 'I"th'\; ;:; The East Flirt". Brooksville, Dee. 29. 18G9. 6m RHEUMATISM NEURALGIA, Has been awarded the first premium at 67 ..- '. ,/. ''.';'. .. t''

a la mAn'3 "- 4If Mathews. cl :.+II- Administratrix' Sale. TAINS IN THE BACK \ TAMPA.! FLA. State Fairs. Over 1700rin use. Jives morO 1 :1' '' .

...The fairest: ever seen'When -a..d.taM I WILL SELL ON FIRST MONDAY IN BREAST, JOINTS &: SIDES August C9.JCASH ::Sugar: letter, and less expense thau any otbeUoth r:.., .'\

, I was one and twenty lag, January, 1670 in the Town of Brooksville, Sr l':ioces.-l.ove been fully tested both on the ; '

< And you. -ere ventpcn. betwe the legal hours of sal were brought to the rrOr"'A'ho" as quickly cane of the South and on the heavier canes :

r DWELLING HOUSE & LOT rubbed the patient thoroughly with his of Mexico Honduiasand South America; JOB WORKNEATLY L\\ '

Though. gently changing: time, Maggie, situated in said town, belonging to' the Estateof FOR HIDES Descriptive catalogues Bent fiee. Addres.BLYMEU. i .

Has touched you in his flight. W. D. Oneil dcc'd. OIL LIFE. NOUTON: CO.., Ciniianatti: O,
S0 Terms made known on day of Sale. -tF s Of their agent at Jack son*'Hie, Fla. nov .
or "
+ < Tour. voice has still the old sweet tone, HARRIET E. LOCKIIART I Will pay IScUpr Ib, Cash.forgood? Dried .,,," .';' I -t..,.
Your eye the old lore light ; AdministratrixDee. Flinte -I .,

, 'And jean csgyerei; never change. 8th. 1669. Ids I ly Sending relieved them thus away causing in every one instance bottle of entire th V FLORIDA BAKERY, j : ; I

The heart you gave, I ween, Liniment to save hundreds. .of dollars in doc. COWHIDES, EXECUTED, AT THE> ?
When 1. Notice.SIX ; r ( -
was one and twenty,"Mag, tors' bill
25 cts for Good TAMPA, FLA. I.
And you. were seventeen..CHIPS.:. I 4! I,
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6 /M1,
.:..'" MONTHS FROM DATE, I will apply DEER-SK1XS reshatcad, -- ., Y .
: rAnd
4' the Honorable Judge of the County { ; t 1 -
Court of HilL Final Settlement of the Estate -of Joob Griffin KAYTON'SOJL CO: cts pr lb for CAKES Ac. Ac.. "

Mamma,' said a promising youth of four r deceased. .
6 JOHN WAX WQill( )J :
Jm : '
t five cnmmerafif all people are made of das Administrator. OF{ LIFEIs Will be kept con ,

., ain't colored men made of coal dust?! Tampa, Dec. 8th 18G 32-C.ia. And the highest price fob COTTON. I can ctanUy on haul t f

Have the jury agreed?" asked a judge ofi now considered by all who have witnessed ', be found at Ovace\Icli's Store. Country people AN Al BUGGY, in .". t i: _

court attachee who he met on the stairs with Notice.Six its application to be the true and relinUtRemedy will do w ell to give mo a call.JOAN and I or Vale at tlicF.LOBXDA good: order. EaJ XiMI : '" !j _
sAitra and < >
just ,
bucket in his band. 'Yes' replied Patrick for 1U1KUMAMISM= I, NEURALGIA,,I MILLER, ; ed lining to this country. I will sell the buggy "" ; j
and for all Pains and Aches wherever Liniment
they Lave agreed to send, out Tor half a(gallon; MONTHS FROM: DATE. I will apply can be l1 eJ. Tampa Get 12th aroiwoncblii term.L.Can O. COVACEMCIL.be seen at my store \ 1 I

When t person I. rather weak minded o r the Honorable Judcrc of Probate of ifer- .
--- Dec. 15th.; 2w.
Finnl8eitie-ml' tlu1d
nando COunty-for a di<*- .. J
% queer in his head it is the fashion nowadaynto -
charge from the Ebtato'of W, D. Oneil, late of Un'ron'/Ii Oil of Life: DRUGS & MEDICINES.HAVINO May 19th, -
say of him that "he. has rats in his gar- said County, deceased. =
s-- nL" HARRIET E. LOCKHART Bread flf
Administratrix. The neverfdl ling German Liniment is '
uneqsl- ,
Lenny, you're a pig said a father to his Dee. 8th, 1669. 32-Cui. ed foi its eterling virtues the history of ..
little'fire-year! old boy. "Now:do you know 9 :\ledleines-marking'a swift and '
sure cure, #
what a pig ia,, Lenny "Yes sir a pig's a giving relief in every case almost by the first -AND- IiE rnbieriber respectfully Inform, tnr "
Notice.SIX rubbing. REMOVED TO J_ Public that he has commenced maafacturinj -
fog'a little boy"
: :STORE: I offerfur :
Rend testimonials
and hear the "heeiri '
opinionof \\ .
A, Pennsylvania paper rays :" Any person tie people. : tale o. a large and well I seeded z-- b b Lure 1rcaelofsuperioranalllp '

.. visaing to take tins paper can do so by bring. MONTHS AFTER DATE Iwill pre. F Sale by all leading Drug Stores. ntoortmentof PI'IIS; t:nr.nigu Fre.h 1)iIr.e ul..r cuetomrcs will b. libera'ilyd 1

tog US potatoee/appleB, butter or anything to nt my: accounts and vouchers to the lion ('diciiie!* Ac: consul, TIlE IS now pre. :. ;", l ....:....'Oo., (Znre.1 orable of the Court of ller- '
Judge County ing in of the \ 1. FLETCHER. ,
keep QS from starring to death." part following to till nil ora!&tJ'N I
uando County Florida, for Final Settlement al.ticlII.: viI S) June 20th. tf
: _
John Onion is the suggestive name of an on the Est&tc of James A. Alexander: Hembiodi. ires nail RullV lIrSllpl\l'illll.. tlirtion: e\"ery of mack'j .r 4&-k' ..... ,
Hindi editor. When he peels himself and gets deceased.COLUMUUS R. ALEXANDER, Mrs.. Allen's Tlair Restorer, Tiivopherous: ancKatbarion smithing and Wheel > .. + .='

.own heartily to his work, he must bring wiightinir iu a style '= "'0 r :
water Administrator AGENT. ::1- A Florida Brick !! i'Jl' i-'J
Hoomanl} alll '
UosUttersBitter?'. be ,... .
not to .
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to the eyes of his readers. Dec 15th, 1S6:). 32-T-m::! Wiight'n. Ayres', McLtnn' Fahne surpassed -::;
Jayne, Bug,y Makit e- ..'
I BruT. WAT.-An Iowa paper has the follow- Attachment Notice. NEW YORK. stocks, Holloway's and Dl1ihl r'a I'illa. I('uirill;: /:..,, will lie' .. splendid arlicla) of Brick is now being mad i

tng infometion for ite readers : "Farmers, do done on reasonable\ trrm Horses! hod at a at my yard on Old Tampa and for sale in ,

.. yOn want a lot of Chinese laborers? I'QU can I IX THE CIRCUIT COURT Cm JUDICIAL i icmCt1'r PROPRIETOR.JACOB Aivaricly of Fancy SoafM. m 'III IIt.1I uotice. I am thankful 01' friendsfor quautiiy. The Brick made at tbia Yard -
their j-ast patiocageand hope they will are be in mukeL.11'1,1. .
'. i* good as can !, anyi -
them wholesale retail OF FLORIDA !
get andpigta.il" : Grant
PERFUMER give me a call.
i ::>: .>s can: b. seen at k CraCL'iLote, /e I '
: An oil lady on a train not fur from Lafayette, Tn aTil.l for HcrnanJo County, to Cj'riny Term, f LPPMA N'S II. KR.\U'SC l'l'i ice per M. [at the Yard.] !15.. : ]
Trnk', McGcil's und Hollowa Oiut Tampa Mnrih 14th't 5S 47ly.
hearing 1870.John Greys JAMES! I". Me iVLLFaaa r
; ; brakesman sing out 'Enbanl'aCat" Parsons, 1 ,' invnt.Dallty's.

,. sallied to the door and asked; "15 he vs Attachment. Wholesale Drug & Faint Ilonsr, { Pain Extractor and Russia Salve, 4 4i

hurt much Felix Simmons Undw a\a* Bead--vlelief and head>' ResolventRrowns <', Si Wnj) I NoticeALL k
.i as Administrator on sworn to :- Savannah Georgia.PYRAflJGE. ; l 1-: Miee of ringer. I'hilotoken. PainKiller ) =-- -
.... What is that a man does not want and struggles the Estate of Benjamin j. 3G,82.; lnLultl] Bnehu. l'oru\"inn S YtUI', ICrffiilnr finlf: I'ctc!>;.--I e i

... against havin* as long as possible, but when W. Saxon, deceased, India Culagub!;ne, Lsndnan I'aregorkr Batemaua OFFICE OF"Alliance" PFR-ONS arc notified' not to sill!!orki t

he once gets it he would not.part with it for all THE DEFENDANT EN' THE ABOVE EN- 1)rrps. 1.stone 1gcuee of Ginger 11"nliety : in any wise i! dispose of any of our cattle t.,
the world? A bald head.. \ suit in hereby notified to enter. his of Worn"l.llz..nCl'iI. a v..rkty of Fluid Line :j jUn ; without our'coiie-nt. If they Jt., an,1we findit
> appearance In raid cause on or before the third Extracts, Cht.>.iofi>im. l pouch Poison and al. ,\'uLt will punish them to t.e extent of( the ,
A Little boy having broken his rochin -horse Monday the 18th day of March next' ; 'otht>r- most every article that can bo found in uC'lTV 1 s -

k ., the day it was bought, hit mamma begun to \\ise j judgment by default will be given against c>> TJTTTT.!-.\. (g?*i >r.lj::: WJLYJy] :r.v. JOHN CURRY.JOHN .
c ''" scold lien he silenced herby inqiring; : WILLIAM L. MeMINN.k : .
DRUG STOCC.tF ... "! s... .... ARCIFD. McNEIL. .
:What is lie good of a boss till it's broken T Clerk Circuit Court t'Y l' 1 Manatee 8'ptemh\'rl0th. 1589.3mTO I _,_

., How come such a greasy mess in the oven? H. L. Mitchell, I'lflTs Atfy. Heruaudo County.! Clilll and Fctcr Expeller, Please call and admire my New Store I 1 7 r /''f.\ > ; I .-- .j I
e said a fidgety old spinster to her maid-of-oll-- Nov. 2bth 16G9. 3m. and be sure to buy my MEDICINES.r ., JWM;; w.: .. iUJIPTIVES- t!

work 'Why.'replied the girk. the candles fill :.. ,;i sr.- ..,;;i;,;. THE, Advertiser, having: been restored ta ,,"I,
Acts as a Tonic and as an Appetizer, giving _... ;;. It""' ...':. !J::'.. ,- r
,. Into the water, and. I rut them in the oven to In liancory: the patient. strength and building up his "y- 1\n.\XCII.\ -_ ..,,:'.. -. 0 -. ) :. health in u few wek-s ,by a very simple remedy ; t I
/ : "...9. after having suture, several ears with a ,
1.t'm.lunng him strong and healthier than .: -f.- .r..' l.r } S l'
dry. .<< before the. attack.* July 20th! 1869. : ;A. '. .o severe lung dia-E. Consumption anxious i to :- I .t' '

A member of a church in Vermont:'deslrined Oct8-tf m.ike known to hi* f..llow-sutr"I... >ihe means i

.. .. f the Lord : this : "' --- I (QlfllG) of curs. To all who d.sire ithe will send e I ,
man ro m pia J ; m rouse;- I. UI-: TT.Wttun s .9
., of the prescription used (free charge) \Ii
!"Send us not an old man in his dotage, not a LOKTOK' ) I TO ,vith the dirroiioi; for preparing the same .
1 I
young mania i hia goslinghood, but.'a man with Ts (. Bill for ..Divorce.Ptsttorr t & S. LED LIE SEW\ FURNITURE 1 STORE, r\ov\\\alorl5\ New YOVKUa.xcs.na. 1 i which they wilt\ liud. a sure cure fur Conump- t

1 all the modern improvement*." Lorros. ) him n, .Asthma: Bronchitis, etc. The object\ of 'I
|! the advertiser' In stn.Iinjr the rre '.. A Western philologist, has discovered that A bill having}; been fikd in my, office in the and !;' to benefit the: afflicted and spread inforrattioa 1

the name of Omaha 'was derived from above entitled cause, and 'it being made DCALHttS:: INILiDES !I which he conceives to l invaluable and lei
a very to by affidavit that the defendant I -AXI'CABINET- NEW OIU.FAN+, T.\., Oi-ronrn lr, I 8r.S. f >e ; A
frequent Wertetn exclamation with which that appear hopes every sntrrer will try Ins remedy, a. i it "
resides beyond the\ limits of the sixth Judicial 1 A weekly line of Steam.l.gi! *having! Leon wii -
will oat them nothing. and blea-
; region: was familiar ; Indian scalping days, Circuit of FIoriJalo-wit: In the City of Savannah SHOP- tablisficd we ball diiipntch from this Oily C may prove
.' namely, "Oh my hof," : in the State (If fieurgis. It is hereby :!! SKINS, BEESWAX.WOOL. EVERY SATURDAY a :Steamship: for P.NA. .ill;T. Parties Uhicg the prescription, will : .;
ordered that the Drfundantdo t COLA, ArstsenK'uu. ST. )1\1:,,';, C.:i in KM: please 'fit t
&-0;' Enthusiastic Etymologist-"I & Y. Brown plead, anewerordemurto the compPlainauls TALLOW Ac. TAMPA, K .v Wi. ':'. and }B.nAs" taViri lrriihtaUo t Rev. EDWARD A, WILSON" '
fr-: did it ever strike you what an insane looking aid bill, 01 or before the first MouJiy, 4th for NEW Youkria Cu.n8! } the I'ltiri- i Williamsburg. Kiiigi Co ,;

:.-. word "rujterer Is? Irby couldn't we day in April next or the came will (bo taken dit Railroad: nod a line of .-'Irntmhipft .onnec- i 1

I : .tr */fruiter'. 'r Brown (punster as abote)-"Well my, as eon!(,JI.>,I. 186 Bay Street, foot of Bainard, WaS/'''', worth of the Tampa .... MillWork I I It tin" Fernindinnand New Yt>rU. i'roul: :t taken S B S Si .
J'nrided That publication of this order Co from NEW YORK f..r all Ftor.r>\ Tour, :uid l t
: lea; looks very like aa ever, doll it r i Le made in some official newppopAr published .r for nil regular: landings! on the CII\TTA.IOOVHI.E t Tn TUB WoapICLA: -s.-are are now pre i'pared
I a in this Circuit week four months con 'tSa'nnuuh i and r'uxf Rivriw.Tliu [ to furnish all classes\ with constant em '
A Ifisfl haiug once a ,
Whq ghted at received .
: ; Gco.We ; Inept at !homo the whole of the or .
secutively. line will be continued throughout! I 1,10) time .
r; .no. information 1w neighbor's funeral, on jf M. 1'. LYONS,' \ \ \ the of above nil Description I.ine'llh, neatness done I I year and the lowest rates t>f fnightwiH; i!1 Lei j for th" spire[ moments. Business new, light !
meeting a daag -the deceased noon uflcr, dell Circuit Oour-, teed.FCRNITI'RE i maintained giving: every I jo->il.l. facility to I and piohtahlePersonof either sex easily I
Aid to here "w e shall probably have a fuueralatourlioQ HilUl>orough Gc; Fla- are t'W York prices for and dispatch butibfuclion guarnu !. Planter and; Jli-iclmnts in FloiiO* t.' avail ; -aru from 50c to $;v; per tveninjr and a proporlionnl.utn .

: i Dec: Sth if 69. 4m.Notice raYin\ thoniiirlves vf all the brnttilK of 'fre<(iicnt and I by devoting their whole time to the
.oneof those and
days '
you fl/'ESW.IX. \ regular -jominnnicuticn' with Ne\x (I.-l nndl1l1tl business. 'e and girls eaan near)) a, much f
r.4 may; Isuamyfu. wontbeinrited." \ New York in .hipping1hlir: crops to tunrket I as men. Thai all\ who tee this! notice may send]

; "My boy," fiiid a cjergyman to a boy whojras COW JUnES. and in obtaining sn['pli..*. The attention of i their addrr, and tt'.t the business, we maklI \ II
:T' CLE1NED\ AXD REPAIRED I those who are orovrini! Ooo-U from. NEW I this: unparalleled otter : To tneh as are not :;
4 ; gshing off a pier. 'ilon't you, know that it YORK, is called to the fact that, they ran ship welt snttsfielwewill send $1 to pay foe tho
II'.J Is wicked to catch Eah on Sunday- r Gutsl Those desirous of using CATTLE belonging !)1.1'R S 1I..\'., I wl'.khftom New York bv tars loutc AT I tiotible of writing. Full particulars, a valua 1M

'. -: A j jtln't} dnnedftuch yet" said the boy, without or in our charge, must tint apply to READY 9IADE COFFINS: MITCfl' LOWEU KATES mid 1 QUICKER I ble.ampie! which will do to commence work I

t Ids had oar Authorized Agents or ourselves ; other flUC1S1I.8, TIME thar. by any other route. on, and a copy of The IVopU's Literary Com
taking from the cork "hain't -
.'. nl t. eyes' : a wise. the Law' will be rigidly enforced. Always 'on hand Cotton taken to New York anu Ihrousli' : p.Lnion-l.'ueor the lirgnt and best family -

qJOII T. LESLEY.W. GOAT SKLYS Bills!. Lading] \ sitrned nt LOWD-T KAits.: LI 1511KAL -.1 newspapcrspublisired-ait( sent eebf: mail.

.. r.'ho n roesrflying'liiyiard8 in Octroi1 B. HENDEUbON, I Orders! for work promptly attended to. : ADVANCIS made on Cotton consigned I: Riuder, if lOU want prrmanet! profitable\

Under the contract recently male with the I ; Maine.
Wow over *cad with the bntt-cnd of Produce taken for Furniture l V
a CUP, Dissolution W Country Post ofliceIepartrnent, the Florida. Railroad i f, .
.. the splinter/1> flew, and the aoHoiled d>rkcy'paused ;" Company willli'pal.h u teumer ttJ 15'1if..om\ I' '

t to remark, "Now, Sam, and less \ t- J .1) IIAYGOOD New Orleans every Saturday, from Ilavai.a I' ET EVERYBODY. .
.. stop lIE tInY OF G .,XT ClUn has thindujbeendihfiohcdby SKLYS, SllES111.8 an-JK t t
... Voasondis 50 5m every Tuesday ('y brat e\ery 1'lednesday. : Send TWENTY.FIVE CKHTSfora Cer.
yere thing a little. mutual consentThe -
i a. : I'ostnrastereatheylrest and X.W Orleans I tifiot fn l ckard* Co'tined Daatn.J .
; t: '.Trtfessor?" eai4 + student in pursuit fit looks and Accounts will bo found in the in- }WlLn.CATsxt.S{ have been instructed to send mail to Ilavnnn -. J I I Cold buUoo.eonsutiDfforPiMM.Melodeoa and *! ,
\ hand of D. L'\.4.cr: < CllAFT. All !Arsons ii Ao. t "
I e a knowledge conoorninf the habitAt of animaLswhydoe dtbU-d. and oil creditors are rt-qnehtM to come HERRMANN WEISSBROD by hill't I"e. and tho American couul atIlava"n. t I valued at Vea..1.Iverrartsctetote dUI P,
I '" '. m PoatoUice agent i1I dispatch li\ I posed of oa tn popular 11.00 plan, and. t ed9
; f acatwh fecaang. turn her head forward for prpniptricttkinc-nt EDWARD 1 I not to b*pod for until you know weal
rwardiujj nil
t .. '. IrstpnewayaadUen GRANT wiJV! MfJinne bubincbS at the old 4r turntauil.'toeaehpod. :, I I yon are to receive. Certtkatea aodea. .
K the other r ,"For the i matter M': in expedited Su its trausml siot I I eulan* at on receipt of 23 cents,or DT.
1t. 1 t % .: t Its o rwnliedtiepjijfeasor, that aLe cannot Stand.. ? EDWARD T. OR.VNT v :t:8.S M LBDBlR, & CO t! SADDLER B : I by thi*routc. |for 81 n+. a

i i d jprn I both ways at once." D. ISAAC CRAFT LeaveTaplpagoing youth, every FiiJaj |PACKARD&CO. '

3 / s ( _:!If' ..:- Tampa 11:. Dec. 1Cth. IfcCO 5wNcitice t *. 'lVOT'Hnrn. {going: North every I'rii'Ai. ..53 West Fourth Street

.. An inveterate'stanuratrer the 6Uy, upon a i Every accommodation and facility will Liafforded Cneienatl Ohio. .
'i; r 1 journey. Mitct PPS dineat a hoteL On at, FOREIGN "_AND DOMESTIC If am ".j[a ker, Up ho Is it r OF ]
.. tempting to beep himself 1 l. ,. Your f>bedi,-ut J't'nar.b. A geutleru&Q who IlUtTerl'for
;t : \t be)md, after a, riolest .shaking' th:t t\r.E THAT i:6 ((1 Will attend to any business in this line with .', W. l'EmaXco.: l N(rvou Debility Premature beefy) and all Ii

J-. ....: ben wjigao 'pepper .to be'had. He turned have PUDLI purchVed:the JNFOEMED entire stock of cat- .Di : D S I neatness and dispatch.. I am now pre *" Agent, I cffrcl of.youthful indiscretion will!. for the 1 \

rC' 1 -. i roond sad beckoning to the waiter commenc- we ALDERMAN. Par: pared to tix Mattresses, as cheap or cheaper 2S?fBrondcMSti' ct.t New OibaiMT '- sake!: of suffering huraanit>-. send free to all .
.. ,.. .. >Y belonging than it tan be done el8ewh rl.'. 1 can be foundat i I. K. KOBKUTS) -who need it, the and
; ....e4 : .. -wa:s-writer t this pw-pr +P- ties using any of theca,cattle without the permission 113 BROuoitiroy ST, receipt directions formaking _k. t
.....,1at? JIeppeIbc .lasomaom th1ng like me." of our ag'|itA, previously had,. will 1 be r at alt times nt my shop\ on the oppositcside of ft Agent, the! simple remedy by which hot was ,. .,;:1
w .4 prosecuted T8.KMUEL 'I the stro et, and| .a little East of Mr.J. Fet ris i 74 Chambers Street, New Yik. cure Suffer c re wishing' to profit by the ad- ,
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