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: March 30, 1870
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tampa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hillsborough County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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: t t.e" Dtibat'e.. insula ; : J utt (Curbs, FLORIDA, population in this part of the State, and Titles of,Acts Passed at the Last Session of An act to incorporate Jacksonville :' 'J

From the Central Presbyterian. ladies, have to do their own domestic the Legislature.The Hotel Company. '. S jf _
<1. ,.. .. CLEAR WATER HARBOR, ) work, but this is no harder here ,than in following is a complete list of titles An act to incorporate the" Santa Rosa i ., ".; ..

largest arcalailon, In Sty,and Coutll.I J .W. ANDBRSON' 80XS &. O.tcu January 12th 1870. ( other! places.I of the Acts pas. :d al the last: session Railroad, Banking and Insurance Com I 1 .:

I ., .- -___ I DEAR SIR.-Your letter December think our three prominent fruits, Or- of the Legislature, as on file in the office pany.An : .

I ADVERTISINGRATES0. D l1't 22d, camet, hand to-day. I take pleasure anges, Pine Apples, and Bananas, when 'of the Secretary of State : act to alter and amend an act entitled \- -
rs An act to incorporate the Florida &
to be
'- fairly got bearing, may. confidently tAn -
in all
.- ,- answering letters asking information relied act iu rcferenco to the real and personal Company and declaratory ;;;
r ..L this As on for a very large profit yearly. Telegraph ;*1 -:
UHE (FJLORIDA PEIV1XSULAR, ANDGENERAL concerning the country. relates It will be a lit tie hard at first to get young :: estate: of decedents, regulating tho thereof. I '.. .' .

..-. ,T .TAJIPAFLOBIDA.. S the articles to subject generally in, yon hate in plants to set out. They can, however, sale thereof, in certain cases, and prescribing : An act for the relief of Claiborne\H. ". .- .
.. re-published the Central {
.. ," COMMISSIONMerchants 'from be purchased in lots of two or three hundred the practice: in such
*1: Sqnsre, (occupying the space 'of 12 Brevier S Presbyterian about all the the information Planter and Farmer and in a few years can be }h.iil: in I An act providing for the removal of egraph Company. :, VAn
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S liae. or kao, one insertion.._......1.50 will, therefore can give.I abundance. This will be a difficulty eseeuior and administrators, and the appointment act to protect the Lumber, Log and <

-Tor: erery subsequent insertion.........15 'answers, 'give, as explicitly as I which we must bear and overcome. .r of their successors. Timber business on the Suwanne River. J JAn

S One'aqnare6 ''months...........*........10.00, can add,what I to your think questions most important, and then in am planting Oranges pretty largely, but I An act granting, equal privileges on act for the relief of Wm. H. Hoi- j i.::

S One column, one_ year '............n. $ISO Drauto Street near, the. Ba,,. .J.ft ..1.,,.. C may...... they are better to be left in the nurse::'.v public conveyances.. l1eJ1. S .I'
'Adrertdfiementa not marked with the number W I - u -- -"1 L lUg tivoc VI uujr mill. for-two years.:: Au act to authorize the construction An act for the relief of Gadsen County. : :

miD be 1st. The ordinary way of builll1g; is too I Our a boom across the Withlacooche 'rh'er'at .- An act to the l'ensacola ::
insertions published until SAVANNAH CEO., Into the forest cut pine poles 8 or 10 buildings are rather primitive in incorporate : ,
,ordered out and charged Accordingly., i inches in thickness them ,and style, but they have one adrahlaff, & man the point known as Drew's mills. anc Barrancas Railroad Company. i <
S ,&JLdTertiaemenU due from first insertion< and Prompt attention given to all business en- peel put might throw stones at them all day, and An act to incorporate the Palatka! and S An act for the relief of John O. Cosby,
1 L them boards make roof I
to our care, and liberal advances up. Split a good I.
Waldo I
couU break Telegraph Company. | ]Ufa sheriff of Alachu County.
coQeetabla MCordinslT. S made upon Produce In hand. Oc20lyU : and serve also for closing the cracks.- not out a pane of gla s !..
S My family have had fine health An act for the payment of tax assessors An act to incorporate the Fire Department I
: Plank for flooring can be got for 15 1-
per for the Militia of this State.
since hem enrolling of the city of Tallahassee.
5 I. GUIUCAKTUr. lOBS FUXJrEltT 1000 feet. we came nearly two years ago. .. f- S
( ,'.' -0- 2d. would 5 Up to this time,' we have bad but one An act setting! lorth certain.restrictions An act to he entitled An act to alter and "

The Florida Peninsular )hating been< designated L J. GU1UURT1N & CO furniture costhlghvi/' white frost, and that only in places. The on the florida Railroad Company. iAn
< uoy of the official journal of the Sixth bought any ; but',we make our own. 1 tomato uncs. and others as tender, are as act to'incorporate the East, 10ri- make bedstead in half hour and 2
Jnfiidil Circuit, the rates.for legal advertisements can a an given as in the midst; cf l buumu-r: ; yet the da Land Company.Au act to .entitled!. An act to incor-

win be as follows ; : Cotton Tactorsj <. other things In proportion. A good horse weather is cool) enough to be c1ihtfuJ. act to authorize the Comptroller to | j forate the W5ckiwhatcb.ee River Navigation \ -

IvUptica of/Application for Letters of costs etock 8150 ; a cow find caf! tmnshovil?10. We If you will select the best spot-miens of )pay a commission for the !sale: of Sta.e: Company.An "-.. : .I
S our own ploughs a
Administration-6 wetfeft$500 AND ; the days of Indian summer, you have bonds. act to repeal An act entitled an Act

Notice loDcttCrtf and'Creditors, 8 w 800 and bull-tongc are dl: wo want ; no harrow ..about our average winter. An act to incorporate the Suwanee and to enforce the laws against the violation '

f':tolled for;Dismissal, months, .. ... 1200.KoticaatLwoirfcijey. GENERALCommission Is needed, as the ground never clods., This is a fine nation for any one fond Inland Railroad Company.An of the Sabbath day in Monroe county.An i
A horfcc-cartwill cot ??O.Vn the
: : .,.......10..,.. 2000 wheels and\ make, thn remainder. buy of Natural I I iton-. The'variety of birds act to incorporate the Jacksonville act for the relief of J. L Gaskins. \

: S All other Legal Notice* and Adrcrtiwmentsvfflbc Merchants. 3d. Floor {--"sts S'1 or *\\10 bacon20 j and fish h is very great. I hope to have and St. Augustine Railroad Company, An act in relation to sheriffs tax collectors j t

charged according to the space they ocfjapy,6ml We ; leisure after a few years to! make some and to perfect one of the public works of and assessors, and their sureties. :
cents. make ': Riceis
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I the number of insertions required Bay Street, Savannah, Gel. easily produced as are the sugar.principal collections for Washington College. the State. S 'An act to amend An act entitled An S ;.,.. -

5 )t the rxt of one dollar. per square each inser- make and Now I am compelled to labor as bard as: An act relating to cities. act for the pay of State Attorneys 'and ,. 71
family SUpplWe!! cure
"tion. .* Agent for BraJleyV Super PLoaphate our own bcoo4lh. my strength will permit. I am entirely An act to amnd An act entitled<
Lime. satisfied ithis\ country. I find great act for the assessment and collection of An act to provide for shipping masters $! i
0 Coin)! sufficient for bread can be !
Bagging, Rope and Iron Ties band.
always oa .
pleasure in I living on the coast. My revenue.An in this State. ; !
made it does not however do well this
TEBMSTO SUBSCRIBERS: Usual rnci lilies extended to Customers. is not; and; the boue fronts directly on the Bay, a beautiful act to admit Knox Lhingston to An act to incorporate the Upper St. ,

Per Annum (in advance) : : : $2.50 a corn-growing ot the weevil country, felt beet of water about three miles practice law in the several courts of this Johns!' Mellonville, and Tampa Itail Road S I

M Six/1Ionths" : :. : .. 1 50 Oet 14 raJ08ETB depredations' are very i wide, and twenty long. Wo have a full : Stale: the said Knox Livingston not being Company.An ft L \
S FI5EOAV, I A"B." PALl WO(:! seriou1I) ..,
,'it.of its whole I of age. act to be entitled An act for the ; ,
i. KCTLMI: nil WI,. 5th. The supply of wild : stocks i extent. It is formed "
I .DsiUt55 ( urb5. is i not good. We can have orange them delivered by long, narrow, sandy islands thrown up An act to alter and amend An act entitled reliefof GeorgeJ. Arnow, late Solicitor i ; ,

.:: JOSEPH' FINEGAN CO. ) very on the banks of the Witblicoochoe by the action of the" tide, and abounds: in An act to perfect the public works of the Suwanneq circuit of Florida. \. S

fish, fowl and turtles.. I think now wo of the State. An act to authorize Augustus M: Coxo '
LEGAL.I river, about ninety niiles north, at 25 cents have a fair prospect for a good Presbyterian An: act for: the appointment of a cura- to erect a toll bridge and dam across'! the :

..: J.-- BABNETT' -.-. <<1 (OUal: If a t on ff 0s apiece.boats. We Wo are have planting to transport and:; rjh'm them' ; our in community. That, and ice arc about ,tor to take )possession of the estates of .' Santa: FeQ: river, for milling ptirposes-[ f .,\

S S the only good things wo havo not got, decedents [lin certain cases, and repealing i An act to incorporatce the Peas Creek :.i '

...n'<"""..' A. DQj1nt'i own Gth.plant Our and I think we shall have: them after a the existing statute upon this subject.An I Immigrant and Agricultural Comprdy. .J
'> present post office Tampa, while. act for the re-establishment of the 1 An act.to incorporate the Gulf Steamship -
.. t10-tne .uf 1u 1' .
twenty-five miles dis-tant but there are
; There records, where the same have been destroyed and perfect one of the "
: are a number of places with Company, :
.' *' f 'RROOKSVILLE: FLA. sinn %illrxc1utnf! proposals this! settlement for, a mail anti route. from assured Tampato small improvements: for sale, ranging in : by the burning of tho Court public works of the state. i j jAn '

4- 0 we are i price from ;$;l00! to 62OOU. GIJ\'Cl1l1l1t.'Ut. HUll, or: other places! where they were act designating the days for holding I' !
TT7TLL P icrrfcE El THE CTH 4 7TIIVY that! we will have a fo:>t office near us iu .I and .
land cau be got only by Homestead entries deposited kept, or shall otherwise': be 1 the county courts of the several counties \\1i
Judicial Circuits and give prompt attenaflbgLnesentziistedto1iim Bay Street, Savannah, Geo. n month or tThele i is no physician
ia and
destroyed any for county of j jt of t tho State. .
by actual residents tho intending any t
don to : ADVANCE: made on Cotton Con nearer t: .Dee.. 20th: ,.18W.) lyJOSEPH LIBERAL us or to our Corretpundenl inlew I,t Ih'h !he-p until was such to become :such. You can purchase a t this:: State. j An act to amend the first and second i
recently as
York and Un ; An act ill relation to drugs and medicines sections of for the of !
qwd. Bi.ping Rope inans improvement, and pay him to reh1.iiulsIi an registration \
B. WALL, i and Iron Tie* fuir.is'ud ,t. t .te,. &lC1. :;' \ S "i'J," t Trant W..etd zsylii'ng:: hut"arb inedi- J : it, then enter it as a homestead.A and druggists: and.1 apothecaries ill electors and the holding of elections, ap- \ -
r" ont' (a Doctorery' )
r J. r (,"wlj, r i tuink u would do man who has built a house, anti livedin incorporated cities or towns in this State. proved August 6, 1868, so as to providefor I

',,1 .. 5 BER1UEN OL1VKS ....:a.w'l.; : tropeman it t thirty days, can get a deed from thegoverILu.ent An act in relation to State warrants. the election Representative in Con- .
An act to establish the
Florida Agricultural -
ATTORNEY; AT LAW Late Editor & 1."lorrl.t.or Ta'1iisB! r r'iii-: 7b.. V:V have: :.1 few Presbyt(i ian: :<, and. and in that way by paying 11011 :residents SI.2-3 per can acre purchase College.An gress. act granting liens to artisans, me- .,IAn .
ieacii ; small
.l. ) Sunday to
a cotgregtion. -
) every
COTTON FACTOR 1 church ::: and get a fee simple title. There act to incorporate the Jacksonville shanics:: and others, and providing for -I
; to
:; I BROOKSVILLE. FLA. expect organize a 4
'" COMMISSION I, is now a weekly steamer: from Cedar Keys Ferry Company, and! to rest in said company the enforcement thereof. a J I
MERCHANTS in t' few .\1outb Schools arc in-
6th different. to this )lla<:('. Those: coming hero\ can powers and privileges of An act An act to amend the thirty-first Sec:1::1
n"Jadiciil: CircotU. and will give promp -AND'- I3t Ili. Rheumatic complaints are not o.nre directly from homo to Ch.irlestcn: granting a charter( for Crawford. Ferry at Hon of an act entitled an act relating to '. ,

: atuntioa to ll'lraibeM tDtnuud0 his GENERAL PURCHASING and common, nor are discast-s] of the liver.Oth. I rt>. Savannah, thence to Fernaiulina by Jacksonville, Florida, t to! William". jurors, approved July 29, 18G8.An > l _

e&re. FORWARDING, AGSNTNo Population i is sparce, and quality ,! slc-im, thence by Railroad to Cedar Keys., Young, approved by tho Governor Janu- act for the preservation of the pub- 1 -.

97 BAT STREET. inferior but If tho i aul 1 hence to this! point by steamer.: ary 5, 1869. lic peace and order.. ,
.CRAFf. greatly improving. .
5 AM. CAtt.oriLat 1 have An act regulating the sale of bonds. make Justices tho \
s indications given you now all the iufonna- An act to the of ,
(over Wilcox,OibL & Co.) : from letters are reliable, we J
thin Anact to incorporate the" Monticello\ '
will have good! population wiiliiu twelvemonths. that I think imjxjrtant. I am very Peace coroners in their respective coun
Savannah 600. anxious and Georgia Railroad Company.An S
Law to get ;good! :settlers occupy the
... : consignments of Cotton, Corn. Sjrnp, Wool 10. At 30 feet distance which I think country before an inferior class comes In.Senl act to amend An act entitled An ties.An act to enable indigent persons to ,. .
S Rice which (
upon all act for the of and '
regulation pilots pilot obtain credit and the lender. S
to :
can secure
you regards to .
advance will be the bet wild stocks .My
made: when desire ,) if''ou get orange ,
Enter In Clnnttrj. ; for t the 6th IndteIa1C'S & reno .laLt.entioll given to the sale of all you may estimate them as costing 50 cents: Mrs. It. pud all my old friends: who yetremain. age. An @t relating to stevedores. ;

S -, Prodcee, ap ly each ; 49 stocks to the acre will cost Most sincerely yours, An act incorporate the Great Southern i An act to exempt maimed persons from .. _

S COUNTY SOLICITOR, 2450. If raise them from the seed JOSEPH: UKOVT.V.: Railroad Company, nnd to perfect one professional and occupational tax. :
11. H. Thor!
of WM. W. CORDON will t't t you This hs bom ostiiuf! tcil R-S hih M $1.000 of the public works of the State. I Au act for the protcdion of agricultural !
forU Hilltborovgh.Qfiic4ja Bananas
tCounty cost
bfbaaefoent of the Court IloateoppouU TISON & 'GORDON( j ou nothing. per amIt we take i3OJ( vhich w uiiHteraurml -, An act to organize the aquatic and laborer S I
from 8 to 10 cents each. At 10 feet be relied
uu.y on for ft long time to
: come I i
the county Judge's Office. apart you would have 441 plants to the the poiit intry glt'ut. tropical plant propagating company. An act making appropriations for the S
MORTGAGES: AND An act for the relief of John Wyatt.An of the members officers attaches '
CONTRACTS payment -
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DUD t Jr: t acre. at 10 cents each would I
> @ml l Ir" entitfed
instrument*drawn at short notice : ; act to amend An :act An es, 1 other expenses of tho Legislatureat
amount to i 1.10. Pine sets have The Man Eacrs.1)u : .
Office From to 12 o'clock, a. TO and 5
t ,
hour; I act! to incorporate tho Atlantic and Gulf its regular session, begun and held January :
frem' to brought from Key West t as Ihey Chaillu the African
Ittitvio.Tampa. great tr.ivrler:
55S : : }; and
the of
cwwJ ,4 1&70 tho
FI.. May 15th, 1869. if &ramiUACM AM ;p have not been raised hero as .jet) in sufficient desribes as follows bow: he met t the i press expenses ,
An a .t to be entitled An act to incor- State Government oftbe State of Florida -
S quantity to furnish sets for M>cd. first Fan the of llio
name 111.1'1Itf'r: S
L. MITCHELL j1orIL' the and freight street carCompany. December 31 1870.
TT MERCHANTS. passenger ending ,
From what I have learned, I think the Ills hair was drawn down iutan itru.su .
; RvAIod: An act to be entitled an act to enable
-- S cost would be about the same as the ba que, which was well larJod. and ...-.1, ;
An ct for the relief) of C.UitLIhPi&l .
GlV'lJm1l5 b G I : Henry Silas Barker, Captain of'State Penitentiary -
ANiY] A'lr LAW nanas. mented with six largo iron r'tig--! : V: .t ; '
I' sheriff of 1'scamhia county.
XTTE still : : to receive hi
continue butiness at. the old itan :! salry.
11 th. Iliredlabor i is and I his neck there 'I' .
scarce '
veiy hung htrimr ft f -l.t' .
\f" 'S BAT STREET and offer our servi- : : An! act supplementary to An act to al- An act further defining the duties of S
TAMPA; FLORIDA :'cuto the Merchsnts Planters of Hillsboro: inferior. You wn scarcely get any for his arms and ankles were h.. u'v :,,\ '. : :. :-"id! amend An act entitled Au act to the Cabinet. ,. ,

., and theTadjaeent counties for the cale of Cotton less than $1 per day. iron. He carried IlL -. t
: ))0 upon : aci!I ,1 I Ii inco\porate i the Pensacola and Barrancas An the
act to and
and othr Produce, .110! for and L 12th. If four simplify abridge 1
receiving : or five industrious: young i i elephaul-liMb shield, ai.u in li s r:0-L: i II! IJ I Railroad
; Company.
forwarding Cotton and Merchandise. men could come together, and would land 1 1' he held: two iron-po'i,: .,1' 13.hi.l .., practicepieatlings, and proceedings oftho ,
will I An act to provide the manner of establishing courts of this State.
- entnuUU to bit ear.a01p" *. on consignment to us for sale in this Market here with $100 each, they could each get t tff 11 I side was a Jilt pouch' ""f poisoned arru.. ; Comptroller's warrants andiruusury S ,'J 4

_ _S : Via Ap'l/8th '66. 1. or where it is ku & our: a homestead for S15. The could worLpart -1 and ovt-r, his Lack. \\': .o( di'ttr :I I 1.1 ....r;,."_p ",__,_. :.,_.. ___,_.'" __I _' ..e.. _
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friend in Liverpool New. York, Philadelphia, of t be time in improving t their! own I:,I bow. Hanging from a belt about Us i An act further defining the duties of The Wrong Doot. S

Jrn A. HUDUUOX. J. F. nZlC llt103I Botson Having or Balti had fifteen more. in the land, and part of the time they cnuM hire j j waist were broad kim e*. His kith were I the Comptroller of this: State. This i is the latest story from Paris : M.

years experience themselves out at good wage*, and in a : filed sharp: and bla: < kened, in oruer that: An act for the relief) of G. Max- Blanc, a. millionaire:\ who came within an

FEB & HEKDERSOX, Cotton Commission Bni fleas year or two have a good home./ A wife I I''I. they might not belike theteelh of a dog, Troup i ace of being 'elected] deputy! was returning -

Savannah, ws hare an extended And getter in such a case', (unless an uncommon wo-1, which were to th, man-oaters ineffably well.An act James H. of from H f'unJby! a night train. A .
.I acquaintance to whom we refer with con nan.) would be rather encumbrance di authorizing King,
; an \ The Faus
,1 gu ting. : received him latlyoung and"pretty\ occupied tho
Law fi.lence. i as a Hamilton county, a minor, to take chargeof I ,
Attorneys, at Respectfully, until mailers could become somewhat fix- t spirit from the moon. They were astonished and control his estate. I same compartment.. Now M. Blane, whoin ,

-, .&.". "'TAMPA: -'FLORID.\ WM. II.TISOY, i>iio (,If his naturally small feet, tries

S \V i. W. fJOItH01i. 13th. Tell to pack up and start I they were t the skins of his feet. lie' presented now. late solicitor of the Suwanee Circuitof to make them! look smaller)) still, was suf-- .

c' right to my house, and get here as!'! quickly -I I the King: who wa tattooed all over Florida, for extra service fer I'g terribly from tight boots. All at _
.'"fIE.s.slern- .CTICE iu, tie- Southern and MEDICAL. I as po ihl('. -, f.um Virginia ; and looked indescribably. fierce, with beads, An act to incorporate the Pensacola>> once ho noticed that the lady was asleepand .. ;..

Circuits cf the State. -' bus entered a homestead, and, put. up a a musical' : !box, which he regarded: with City Company.An I I he could just: as well take off his boots ,

_, : qti I coofortaMo{; cabin. Immediately al join- great awe a Ilaming red which he did. Suddenly the station
; ; cap, an ol<<1-fal h- act for the relief of A. F. Avery.Au lights .
,---- iySURANCE. = !) '!) ing him 8r1,'.0 acre: of good hind, va- .. ioned yellow-lined :swallow.t ailed coat act repealing An act to authorize ]I I began to appear in sight. One boot i is t :-

--- } cant. lie i i": very anxious: for some one i I I with brass buttons, which, when placedupou S t the Comptroller to a commission; for :.. quickly put on, hut the other, alas does t
pay S
LOUISIANA SE2SUITABLE Exanicinj; Surgeon'for; the Tension Oi3o. to come and live wi.h him in bb house; } the feral of King Xasbuniba, made, the sale of State bond' S not go on so easily) He pulls and puah-

.* ... '. and the two can: work together. him appear most laughably grotesque! anda An act to authorize Kobert G. Strange, 'i es, finally tho foot goes in, but it is terribly !-

f 0 \' 1' r ; S I have now'givelfa explicit answersto looking glass which startled his. majesty a minor, .to take chtrg'of: and control : pinched. Once at the station, 31.

___S TAMPA, I'LA.: aU your qucs.1. ions as I can. Let me when: upon looking into it, he dicovcrcd his estate.' f Blane hides himself in a cab, and thinks

say to all coming here that they must his own ugly face. He believed the An tut tl\ be l'ltiIlCtln,: act to author- ,Ibis trouble at an end. When ho reaches

-tL make up their minds to encounter, difficulties -I glass to bo hard water." They gaveDu re G. 31. Whetstone to erect a dam for I t the house imagine his surprise at finding

Oscar Cheesman' ; and suffer many privations. This is Chaillu a hut and a bamboo l't1.- milling and a toll bridge his right foot in a lady's boot. The lady .
FR-iNS : ; purposes, across
: RANCE OOIP} A1 Y the case in all new countries. An industrious When he opened his door next morning I the Santa Fe river. 'I had] been in a similar situation with him _
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,. .. managing man can in a few years he was greeted with the" sight of thirteen An act for the relief the cb'ldren) of self. Madame Blane! refused to believe & .... \

place himself) iu comfortable circumstances. skulls before it. His feelling were none the late Dr. John L. Fynlayson. I word! of this story, she cries, goes into I.

42 CANAL SliEW'IiiEA LA. Those who come hero must expect of the pleasantest: when a women passed \n'act to fix and define the boundary i.I hysterics, and finally returns to her father <.

ISSUES LIFE POLICIES, parable QuarterJL WHOLEALE DEALER IN hard work and hard fare until they can I. him with the thigh of a little child under, lines Volusia: county. : refusing to hold any communication: .

Jjy nnn4lly-FifUenf Ten and Fire make a start. I have found that men I her arm for a noon day stew. There An act for the relief of Robert Wilkerson -I with her unfortunate husband.:: But think '

Tears with wltheut'endowmentBates as usually.submit to this cheerfully, but a I were bones about the streets andskulls on late Sheriff of Polk county I IAn of the reception accorded to tho lady of t

Joy and terms as farorabe} as any company: in large part of the women become di the fences. Du Chaillu said that bo would act in relation to misdemeanors. the train when her husband saw her tS

he United States. CROCKERY & GLASSWARE. fled and complain of the bard hi SatiS-1 tell the children' what portion of man's An i .J.tLi.: pro- S
a for
JOSEPHrAj.w. E3XISOJT.:President ,, Those who cannot make their act the relief of 1). L. M !TC't:: '.. -'._... .
: : STONE Tie* rsdent. up body they liked best, and how they cook- An act to alter and amend An uct t'l.-! A NEW Kt Ik'tu t -
to bear the Butler is
p m.v, : p;ayjpEj, secretary. hardships of.a new settlement, ed it, but feared they would all have the titled! tn act to incorporate the Santa IJo- I colored vota for the next Pre.cuUirating,Hill the
had better l1eney.
in the old I
stay t After
; I country. nightmare. He spent a delightful time. sa Banking and Insurance ftl>r>wntin-nt of a negro; boy fc) a Wcat Point .
.. : ,. ZOIDi ULLEfl. J.'gt, 71 Warren St., 1'eT'ork.. all, these hardships are more in imagination with the Fans Company. _
hunted caaetsLipMU a stroke of
; elephants An geain If Grant
.T( '. Tarn aYIa._ Feb. 2d. gorllIaskoolakeumbas I act to incorporate the Wcct "Flori-I t !W I
than We ] i 'want* another
reality. have nmniu
1. S *.*-.' *. :V f no il'gro. ,jaguars; &c I da Railroad: Company. iungo; one t>

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e .Ior.tb.tt The Charleston Courier, In s-penking of The astronomers arp jus t, now turning I! FROM WASII\0\! ( I I'I nlcmro o.Y.-\., March IG.-Uenry. wharves were destoyed J mind the lumber

: Th\ : : gcninsulnr. :jlei army-till which! recently passed the / t their glasses ia the direction of the bun, WASH1XGTOX; ,.March[ 17.-The President 1 Ellisonf, the Richmond DifiMtch, was carried .adrift.' ,,.,'

"t.. house of Congress ': t hat ]luminary having lately broken out feels great disappointment ever the I to night elected by Council Ma} or of thotity. ROME, March 19.-The Pope j ronoanc- -

; : \> ESD.UJUR :OI 1870. jowcr .Rays i in a perfect rash of spots-some of them adverse of the Senate conuuittcoon < ed mass to-dav. for lh" Count Mmitelam-

: ,._ -- .-. The TrMine! estimates! that this Bill, if of enormous size. Xo lesSs than eight the Ipor Domingo tn-aty. To-day ha In Pttt-rsburg the Council elected Gen'eral t bert. '

::; .Mr. Solon Robinson one of the editors passed by the Senate without :.amendment of"spots visible and the largest } late Union General '
groups are nh'in'is eJ the capitol, and! invited I wen- : Nevrbcrry, a OTTETTA March 19.-A movement -

of the Tribune: has shot and killed his or uiodincation, will save fully three mil' single spot covers a sujiorlicial area t v Republican senators to a conference. ., Mayor of that.City. will be made, championed by A. T. Gait, .
lions of dollars annually out of the hard- of not less than thousand four hnnund 1'! the Cunncilmen 4 ,
: one Babcock who the for
I "Dig rc.'r. Burt the Tribune editors negotiated treaty, was Among appointed allowing the Dominion to establish commercial
earned taxes of t ho people: There i is now '
e" ar.d: fifly-fight millions of sijiiare 1 presentith maps and official data, and Petersburg by Governor Walker arc two relations with foreign countries -)
jnust have nigger the brain. iboth General: and J.i LieutenantGenerali : '
on a a injiesorse\en tines the (
d' -
the colored
1 : superficcs 'joined j tho President in urging senators to ,I men. approval. "
the Queen's
:. "Thc Sat FMncUra e. Chrwttde says that 'i i that the as army soon..as The a vacancy"occurs present Kill promises in" eith I l lirraqueous. globe. j j J' ratify the same.! It was the timost t _extraordinary :I I NEW YORK, March 17-Tht' whooocr 'subject LOMDOXMarch t9.-'rbe contract for ;.
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, : "'. .Mr. Deweca.;recently expelled from Con'a l' : of these jMisitions, they shall cease, TilEIt is TE\XESSEE-MOVEiiKXT [ -I ever known conference}here.! of the. kind that was the James II. HOYT Wl'ut IU1.lnl"t'n'ashore opposite lost. I the Honduras railway has been slgneU. .

: gress; belongs to the "chivalry." ) all Acts creating these offices shall I l : OKTnoORS.-.\ Washington special lliglllatllk11 on The work commence* within ono yea:.
: : ( ) c.' : ) SAX I'KA.vnsco March 17.-The richness .
;:Mister, where do the carini-baggcrs come [be icoperative. siys : 'The Secretary of War on 't nSIS.\ -

,. from ? j I i It will IHJ remembered that. the first of Hatnr morning had an interview with WASHIXOTOX: March 17. -- In the ,' of the Dieilo) mines N conGr.ned.. ; REMEDY FOR )[ lTls.-W'e tee.:If' j

-z--. ,I f'' .'. L I,i these offices waA-reatcd: for General, now t the 1'rl" hl'nt upon affairs in Tenm-ssoe, i' lou!', Mr. l'lat. of Virginia, ,jki'U. A party\ of Chinese discou-rcd a rich the Central Gcoiyidri the Wlowing ?iui- .
;' ": ; :: Hl"i( }-4-* -been 'President' Grant; ai.d that GeneralSheruiau which resulted in un order by the ""Secre I'J'I l
: ? troops'have:! tJ' was his IiU('(' "r.' 'I'hu second, was t tar) for troops to be sent immediately toj i I i t the Reconstruction CouHuiHl'l'.tO inquire the nieleo,. four Chin were killed. "The application of hot' cloths-as hotas .i
AoVthfcaVolIna' I
I to : aud Tennessee, for j created, for General} Sherman, and Gener Murfnx'sboro and Jackson, aud thence I into the corstitutiouality of the Enabling I I RicilMOXP, ; 1 1S.-rJli afternoon I can be Lt'me-Io the spine and back,

the purjxjMj, it is said, of quelling'' distur-. j[; l Sheridan i is his tttl'l'l'1' r. The Kill! to other sections of the State, if l''I.'ISm-1 act of Virginia, by which the State offices -. General Canby.Interfered i lathe. municipal has proved ot t 'great benefit to1' severe1'cf=

:; .- : bances. but, intact" to. n.nglrn, t'tblJ i j. ,goos further reduces tho number of rYe The number ordered is ,I were vacated and tho vacancies filled I I troubles by sending a guard of U. S. ses of meningitis.[ This is 'a very siui; _

r 'Stl.t.l'tt Whtn': : tlpcs" New" YorlLV' time I I. Major-Generals iu the aiuiy after the first i infantry and cavalry.TAMPA by the (lOVcmor. Brooks objected, saying soldiers and raiding the,seigc at the Lower pIe remedy and always .at hand, and tho '

t. I .. come? of SepteuiU-r uuuingtq three, and these -. that t the State had! already bCl'l re I!I Station House, and giving free egress information should I lit' extensively( circula ,

t -S are to be selected by the President i Without A XI) VIC'l.MTV.The custructcll Platt said i_needd it again and ingress to all having business there ted. In the absence of a phjsk-ian, life t ,.

'. ; \V1i i: ':.th ra& f-; reconstructing regard to seniority, the others not S'IJte discussed a resolution I This action! he says, Las no reference to might be saved by it.-&:'. Silts. ,
:; i : thus selected to be mustered out of guava croppromises to abundant ing to distribution of lOk-I the t question of the Mayoralty[ but is taken ..._- ,
: .Sta., why .they not take 'cha ge, of service of the thet this the Kxectitii: ruin -
United lift
,, States after season. Department jo among purely as a precaution against any Ex-Ooverisor Letcher of Virgin' j'ub-
Florida and restore order by protecting date. The number of Krigadier-Generals the States. acts of disorder or violence. This action I I. a nul miat rt'1tJ ting'\ht 'iinjiiti.1t.ctuunmnt .:.'

I ; r \\\te"and'property Gor..Rped'is at the i i is also reduced to six, also to be appointed Gentlemen who I,1trith, the boys Mr. Sawyer made: a speech, asserting i is applauded! by the frL'uds ot r Cahoon, thor'tpvl tMVtrs to h'tonetvail is .( "JacLsoii. AIl'I that snjiag no IwetcfMitioual fifty -j.: ..

e "Korih with a "forgeJ statues for pic purpo.se -' from the present number 'without regardto should not bo offended. at theirn"A*. that the South bed not one-U-nth her and was protested against by } !! >on as I \i -'-M rt"ttii-ttbeMrL
J of seniority, these six to remain in commission share, and that {single Congressional Districts an unwarrantable iutl'rCi'rcr.l'Tilh' the N nAtoa.vl! in it< u>sj; n and tXorta has "
ti indlingft.hQ State" Put} oh he
: .- and the others to' be mustered Mr. John T. livens raisettin his garden in the North bad moie of biicli appointments c\'illaw of the StaU' When I lie- military eoj l-i01y: r'>on'1tHl to themq.jLani tbe.t.u.C t.
w .is a .brotherVo ,-: -' a cabbage which weighed 4S It than Southern State. HouseMayor Slit! the Vit. art iiwiia It isiuen'ori.il 'rupueI tOL i -
__ out. All Brevet ranks are abo1i8hed.I .- >s.- any one t t took possession of the"Slation ,
i' If : ._. Cd 1\ ch pl at the \ riwllIili: t tion'
1 learn that Gov, Reed has" vetoed the \'ry officer shall, hereafter, have only Some cabbage that. W.vsuiiruTux, March 1S.-SEx.mTE.-. Ellison's police W, ami being lastitnt! i h Leriagton; n-i s'nvilil time -.
T'\ I the title and wear the'uniform of the rank Mr. Conklin reported fl'ou the Judiciary, : rocked by) the crnof colored nun I 1".1" collectc I ivna*, & st it.w Iu '''tonz >r j

.1 : : : ".ci'aDlp3. JUIr w't bilL Xothing better fthegnade actually held. The Heavy showers of rain fell throughout Committee adverse to the sealing of( dl. charged thc'm.hoat fifty ,shots: wen I in.urhK'u> tmit' to eomLw j;uorEdocs U Jf.iuav.s 1 ,

?,' 3 ---wu expe, <;ted ;j" llarrison. is .determined L of rni1iItIj' .and medical '. officest' the t country last week, giving great relief r Ames as Senator: from MStIssippivhfch: fired, and,two or thro ngrnes wounded nuiao ii ail, foi\n'.!.'ojdpn I.t are :jiltkc*>kuo ion \of u au lint l lionor-*hob ;; .

};,::7 '. nevcr.W Anything: for' South Florida, whether in the Q arterma8tcr'I, Ordinanceor to the farmers, who were needing rain:I watunll'nt to be printed. The ground Attains have since Dieted: down. ..1 tlimu; h(...': tUc! citiliznl worM, anti vbo ,

':: L but on the contrary he)is determined to do Medical Departments) arc abolished. badly.: objection was uon-utuci'ship. ,To-m-jrYow' both Mayors will ban Wits a l.m.ht "xt'IDi'IIIt of,whatever 'iv" trusnobU : !

( -- .x 0 officer of the' United States Armyis _ The bill for the imlrl\'ilJ of the Cape polite force: on thy street, and luld indvpenJeut awl ', uinl of; i>o.l. re|)ort anioug mtu ::
jV rylhiigjj8 can against the interests to civil'office whether election Judge TCEMAX antI Fear River was ts. Trouble is I
hold any ,. .by Hon. CllAULES: iCIISIIl'l cow .apprehended. A mitcd jurof nj-aau.- WDw.,a h.w now
i- of this. paif of tbo: State..Tho or appointment, and! any such officer, MOOKE: were capsi/eJ while out sailing A resolution ( looking to The council is iu session tnlIilht.111- boci 1,x-kt-l tin to:;etlu.r Wxoiui. : for tbn" I
r -- .,6t. .! accepting or, exercising the functions of the other a survey for a ship canal across I the Isthmus sidering what shall .he done. .Ltv aud .un'e tik;: ;' an .Lie to tu..111 l \ ..ixlictia.t ., .,
\ j -' day, but received no injurj, \\\ t L will Viil; kt1 Hws by thi* I
any \'i1-o C(', .shall at once cease ty Iwan'ofiiccr of Tehuantepee.The }.1.1E1-TIIt; ,' City Council to-night 2
.; .', further thau u yowl duckin tiuie, iH'ioinc a uuittrr ot tuorv kinct': anxiety .
consideration of the ( i bill
of the army, and his commission fJeorgia passed im'ordfaanee, abolishing t tlUi( Station '
;' amom; tlic luoo..utU aail ( -.at Utiax
q. : Southern CuJtithton and Rum I be vacated. All officers mustered Wo I learn-that-Mr.---Lewis- Bl'lI"ho was resumed. Wilson offered an amendltut Houses now hi_ the bands of Cahoon's police ,friuiLal I tia1. A jury of pretty girb is ft

j t ti: Carolinian for March ire befbro u.,. and I out. of service by the proti-ions of : making tho tenure of the presentlegislature and authorizing 3Iayor "Ellison to 101Ilt.udi. tblug ta "1tUl; out" UIOU and we are

;, We f both full .of useful information. fl-r tho the Kill, are entitled to one year's pay lives at Point Penalis, has three or four: ] to date from January, 1870. call out the Tire Brigade as a police, findi not s-irrixed, at the 'uttonJaut difccalty -
'nHd'l.-X: .7. TaufY. -
: j-:rmer.Godetfs. and, allowances from. the day they are acres. of curnbunchingftr1assel., n ml that I Schurz favored Bingham amendment, pledgtug the city to pay all special ;polictmctt _t'._ i I
mustered X Iwevr he has about and spoke severely I against: the proposition : in by Ellison -. .
J out. <> iv.ly, : twenty acres of cane waist sworn authorizing h Terntn.a..tsLIy., ,\"ho etterd.y thn tenetlIVsi
; .. Ldfys Jiftol for April is on our i$ (hf number and grade of tho ofticcrs high. to l'xt'mllh t'uur of thnemhl'n I the City Court to be held in the City .itut Grant vith 11.-*.\ .i1mti..n. utiugsbn'lve I

-. _____" table.1 This number fully sustains the thus largely reduced but t the pay of I the Legislature beyon-1 the! legal term.,; I Hall, and pledging Mayor KIHson the earnest Lin;na e, wbilc tbo r. tlt'r was walking .
1. \ of Within the! last few W.t1miN'.TOIartim; 1 If. Wilson l the Council I in his efforts oa IVunKjhiuua u\ruue with his bon Wll'l to- _
,reputation of t this at'iern tho'e taincd are aK t1il1lifJi '.- days wo have met gan'Ilutin' support ot 1
Liy l'JVuonuCt.iUhIII" by the intlice kurtinvi -
azinp And this. runs' through all the grades.An .- farmers from nil pa-ts of the surrounding to-day ot un amendment to the to maintain the peace of the city against I; au,1 rt'*ut to the p\I\'cnu..ltt lUMiue Il.'i'IUlu. -

J : approximate estimate t may be made and Georgia; bill to enable the pn-sent legislature the lawless men who are conspiring \ Th main hud rri ,-t - *. country we are gratified to learnfrom
::; .'lbeTiw'/sFrrcndforA1irzl, is before. by a comparison of .the present and future 1 to hold over until lS7: Schnr/. against i.'I'Ime if. '. to the ExtvutiwiiiUiMou ou account
f them that the! crops wen not so badly of Missouri made able i in of Lis 1o 1. cLinuuiact.n .- II il. 11 1:1toli 0.-
a speech this
nf 5 is
: ti us, and, fully ootues up to the ejcpectatiou pay the t three leading officers, t those ofGeneral wry city quiet evening. ,* >vnd t.t llu .z1d, 11ti. .'
: of its many warm friends and admirers Lieutenant-General and MajorGeneral. injured by the late cold as was at first favor of the Bingham amendment.Anattempt The v-asu-illicsof, the day hLb'n ; ... .-

; Tims : supposed. The cane was I.bitten t to tin- to procure, a vote on Drake's one man: killed. and three wounded. Ca-: The income Us iu.t oifircJ cu tie 31 tof ''I

; BdS! : t into I the State I the & ll"1tf'1 thl"t1.i.. I- i- :u1'. ineuutt.tXttt
t'IHllr'p where the
:1 ou House
Iu thei.itciStates. Station military gjardis. I'
: Giu W. T. h'lInll1. $18O ) j,7SH .
Hl.Ilc(1 springing up again, anti till corn as a general t _lt1. r 1.10. .. J. __.' .ut-oL.t! J.
'", '. CI.'IL; !t'.i.t"I. 15.: $ ejtbuL' il'ji.
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__ r l >c Qloa\
r! e Mnjor (;.'11. ILtl'rtV.' .. .'.'..SO7,:*M) i.oi; >2It l thing is coming out aud will not lute t Irakl amid Stewart 1 llc sjieeches in I ty Hall. KlIuM/u\s: police patrol i the city f?: M.1, to a-o.eM the tax for lS7i), but it \\1\.

I 1. "The :Marianna!, Courier ays :' 'Aflcr an i .will thus jK-rceived that upon the to be planted OUT.See they were very abusive of the Geor tO-ll'gllt. Lull d m tb.iboiuiic. It-lnok-s tb.nlrt' as if

;:: ex tcnje term'of uuexamploil t and 1 decease of Jen. Sherman and (Gen. Sher- -- -- .-, -._.- gians. Riehuiohd, March J-EI1i hlsois's po'.Iw;: the vnblioaji |irty H di-qo..r to ct'niniitsniitit : '
0 corrupt notice of )[l.'S r. KLUM & J\L.or- by tuliu.; tjronrc tlx .i, iaj t just tax
.XiJ;1e idau the offices of General and of LSeutcnaatGeneral R..hb ), Collector of the Poit ofSavannah ICd. arrested aid, disarmed: a it-ui of the opposition eir as.v..vx..LOae
It'ghilal-ioD, the LigMattre }has ad. I'EXliLMK; : ; in $to-day's js"lIl'ir.. Kuril has and to '
'. : witll'l.t There are ; writ1 : telegraphed police. The balance look refuge in -'.'. -

_.( journed. In the last hours of its labors now five Major-Generals; :In .the army- has been engaged ill buying I Hide*, Cotton Senator )[llrn! proUstiiig against t the the station: house. At noon the second br.n>1re.l and ric'bt; IX-uiocrntH in \Villiaius -

-it p tjic.fa tax.law: 'which we hope to lay Generals lIalll'ckh'lll, ?, Thomas, Hancock &c., in this place for the last year, and passage of t the mlJ lam <1'utlU'nt.- station ltvll*e surrendered to l:1liou'IIcW I e maty, UUo, Lne si'iu\l a call intitia'-j ';'1

t ,Before'our readers next w'wk': and SJioficld. Of these two will I has universal )1 aj. (;Jould, I the I InU-uul Ih\'l'nul: Colltc- officials who have notice of a motion on: all ".Lo luvor n r"l.uiiul1uu oftUe 11On.1,1 f
given satisfaction '
to his d "
.bt of
be dropped; by the )'n' il1t-ut. Ky this tor, has written: and telegraphed to certain Wednesday! ; before Judge Underwood for Tnited htyt : to cutt 1 a the 11-th .1
I At the close of and arduous inM-int to elct t1te.tt.
for tins
so FVacoeratus
a Kill, if passed, there will be fiv.' I..u; IN.l I customer. lie is a CW nun he dotsa Senators; to |the same effect. It i is t an injunction. Doth flavors ht-Kl court n\entron oftWTcuth Coagrafi.ioa.il Div '

T term in which every rule of justice and:t ot1l't'rf the line, Captains and Lieutin- i tai: Ljs"jts: ; and the i-ouutry people understood here they have both professed this morning. Therera? no t1io ltlrklUc't'' rid, i

':1:4: ., "Vrinciplc of equity has been ignored, and l lT ants, mustered out. I I will do a cash business: by calling upon 1 different sentiments iuSaanah.PlTfC.. About thirty of Cah .*on's nuhenms are --... ._ _

T the Interests and liberties of the llCOlli 0 -... him at the old stand. shut up in ;the station house. Ellison's: GENER I1. JusEpn E. Jouxaiox. Jarru If.
< ,_ The Reconstruction Committee had a fvr.e iiiabnui t\\i hui.Jrcd! 1 aid: fifty who Oantmi anti M. W. HAU..OU, have foruutl .
disregarded it is becoming in behalf ff f how TnE J.'H -- -- ------ ,
c ltxTnIEXtI1tEXT J JUEClI'lU IS |m.ti.trsl.ipfor th- j nrjmwo of
: Our old frL-nd prolonged .session over Tenu,'ssce t the result have of the tnln\t..tinr sv j
'an is! New EtLtNI'ht Capt. W. E.: Sweat ha SltmgIit posseson; (iE) niti.tt.:. uud pir.d Liu 'Ln..iul" .
f j' d' : outraged poeple, acknowledge the of which has not t 1 1iItt avjtiicy 1
1' iu
< l .trauspi 1'11 ) -EIlNvii's force numbers tw 0huiia'id the N.1t "f TVS.I.
Farmer 4 A I illlc ofiMvrand) : Saloon ;
f" : 'obligation and 'gratitude to thoelio Bri41\'llOrt sats: : lIarIfjr&I: Eating I, } JuJIcSan' Committee t I Rice l ...
: except i : men, \\ith a reserve of one hun -- .
who d-jtft like the ..
1 ; .1 lave battled for their liberty and vindication Republican, and is prt'prt d to furnish, at all hours, are tiuauiuious I against N..liuj< !UUh: I I Iax r dred. G.'I P.; Kistoiel to bt-r former 1iui.iiv; \ '
which i is l be
negro suffrage attempted to fresh ( ) ters 5ame Haul[ m t lie hUCi-rli.NMl, of Stats" ii tlw Ltr.t
: : Oy> Tindi'feg>.- Senator from ; i cli.pb..nsmti -
of right, and to give undhidcd approval forced upon I the people! of Conueiliciit, Isill'i 'I Two public inciting* to-night 1\'slllred l for tuniinjjrLe: houth ovir U the ruI.
":: in reply to the taunt of the New U<\I. Sweat i is t hI''cr}' man 1 that can WAIIXTOX. : [ l, Yo'ut.Semiate1'Iwre I to volunteer to siipj'oit Ellison.Tiie : ; ottJiuvvt.sujj "3'. l,,11.1..-JI.lcL.- ', : '
of their whole action. Prominently r. says _. .
: York l'iJ -'What are you going 1 to get np soiiH-lhtng 111.-,11.. eat and drtuk 7 : \\:: r.o sessicn to-day. I city is qukt except around the -.._- S
:: among those who bnc'gh'rn untiring llci'si( :-The House is liiitariul .* third station honv which Cflhoon hold- A Madrid nvi'lo asciral audit
-4. do aWut itf I that he tmnnsto tote this and ii \ ,'u feel like illJllgiil good l.L.ltiu1 h.L3 more nr.e
: attention with uD1'\ll'ntinno.t'Dcr.\ and de bill.The with soma wh'te! anti black adber- likely 1 t.- :pr.tout oi the fatal n>0i'tin ; kt"t.u :
and that Ins shall be forty 4
spring : againstthow llt'un
tilings, call; n.-oii him, and our word for it Committees did II le IVmrU u uud Moutj-t i'A
: -, .yoLiontoteInt.erestsofpeupoand| cause who hat'e dQtie this job.!* We "IH'\\ he nothing.; u.is. '-'.'-'- t

I, z. 'of the St&te lion. A. I* 31cC kill and: of Republk-ans hcrealHjuts who are not wi salisfv: tun.r The I lvu"l mutt. bat no uue- .vts.ing! to I NEW: YoRK, March 10.-Geo. IIVtk(- loowtttfr! says the rholem ontirHl" Ito

wit Is t the actions f in si'oxtic-c s1'i.ak, a.ljourncd I iuinsediately.WAblUXtiTOX I editor of I fIlJ J lllw'Ais dead II''u t W'1't11\.,'Lit.l.r th-pAVI r" fue.t" O\ >
: 1lo '. j. 4. Ilrtnlerson, in t the Senate, pleased t> Congress [ ; ; leant that there art Mure.li ll) .Koon.-The j I man, aged 1tO .: ..ltl.tb'r"Iu twit ""Lo" r
ibis matter, or with I t the L. !'slaturc, an l I thiily u-ars. I Ill: tliseaso was
I and lion. Geo. 1'. nail,-)" and. Hon. I). I U[ who rcJ.lntbat t11'will manifest their thirty \esn-N onpiig; ) betweui CednrKejsaud I oppoiu'tits of Bingham's aiuemluu lit I tu II pncuuut- -'.' -
lira .t i-.tu tr.l .
: _. 'xJcKinnon in the Acscmbyaru, foundand displeasure at the ballot-box ou the first K4'yVest.[. The' vessels con the (Georgia :bill claim that they h.tl sixmajority. I Captain 1'hlilips, of the schooner, AnnKluuluib l11t..I.1r.! r.m..ItL? : tln.l it1llt1 kilt.,1 "gtti 10:111.bUIan"m L. l.tt-u t

indeed,lead a strong 'ru-ratll' against Monday' iu. April. They say that they'votinl ; Iriing I this licet belong to Key West, andifthfy I \. I : f fell into the hold and was kill I.Vt1. Iint'.1 N\.OJ.) :i
1 P. 'i -Revenue < $:;fiJ.Ot)0.: ) -'. -
agjiinst negni suffrage when the are siiccissful it will throw 10.10) I t

r every to the meausure of detrimental the" State. or injurious ability:I queMiou: was subuiiltetl to the people (If r pile of money into (the 1 Island City. W Care a I faun(;Jeneral I the President I Canby ', in oll'll'uc'l I to orders !,I X.viUiU.K:, March! 11)!))-A meeting of .\ JIII'M'AIY't10.1.1'. Cu for rC! five>ruia.llftti dollars., b,- iu ulg.ldHC.t1lt '_
Tjte 'J,,, hu. tWl companies ;
COIl1Jc.'cticnt-tl1at the mnuber of people I I't'11 : the people of all parties to-day passe iI ::: 'n,_ -_. -. .
much ,
nearer I the into the districts ofXtirlh < -
sponging grounds iusnirectiouary
'.krdoraud. ] zeal with which they* have: advocated in the State opposed to negro suffrage resolutions l'nltl'ltin and ed the of constitutes n.f the decis thau the KeWesters and have Carolina.The J\blltrUrmrut5.'
csjxu I t cause righl t a largo majority e\ery I intl'rfl'rl'm' denouncing the exaggerations t
-\Uidicatetlour Ilf"p1clgain t ml,n>prcsentations tors-and that tl-e ratiticalion of the fifJteenth :1. faclt for building suitable \essels and l Special Committee on i the H4'clnl' and misrepresentations regarding I. .. _.-- '''C. -: ---; i
of ==
American heard :
Comir.erce to-day t -T::::
1 and falsx-bo wust commercthe amemlmeiit by I Ihe legislature i iudefiauiv going into I the trade, but we are doing : and railroad from I.I t. the internal affairs of t the State, pled'ghig =
of llic: popular'will was an oiil :steamship men 'XlW : lime people. to maJHtain I the laws i nf MONEYTUST S A V ED
highest t of citizen nothing in that line, allotting our I York, Boston lhii1adchihmu.atit1 I i the South,
regard >arm 1, ) : :I ,
every ,
].' j rage- -which. but111C. rebuked antI which I ...LI.I.__. ....._ I... ._ll. ._ I ...L.: .e- : I .:., ,tt.t. .:.. .; :l... I time State and nation at nil hazards, and ."t. ,, .,,- ,- 9. h __ __ _
ucuiany oi mis tVllUIOno were bingll'U v h they intend to rebuke as soon as the o]"- :< iu 1" :: "} uui !Ul'l aiiu- nla I, f UU ..---1 .. Itsitti. ..u 1.1'11'll':1 'declaring that soldiers to sustain the civil t.J J't 1 .t .' K I1) tA t -

out to Le traduced, slanderedi villifie ( hj|Hrtuniiy Offl'rs. We presume other Re large sums of money j which we might Steamship Cotupaux. authorities \\ m be welcome.Xcn' RKCEIYED: --

public" s, in oilier pans d t Ihe State make if had the Collector Bai"yhl i is collector for i A '
.The many manly efforts in opposition to \\e only energy anti l11l'r.1 the I ChUll'I'I'U'I'I} uf FtMlLyOfl j.
t 1 tWeiity.Se(0udValI( street[ ) distiut ofNew
think do and: if this should ( Foreign '*.
as they : CER1ES{ : such
proveto ,
the monied dictation policy of the ,111I11-1': pri/e (the Key Westers have. York, has disappeared.d'eneral as -
be the fact t the extreme Hu1i'a1-1l11av 'M AUKin: Mareh 1-.-The Iud between

,n.anLI'MIY are eloquent. able and as well prepare fora defeat. A few bun'tired The man who says that he lull bet (: XMKMIHIS ''. I Duke) de Montpen! and Prince Henri 1.\:D, J : -

,manlike, and reflect enviable credit on \' tolls taken f.otn ;heir candidates S.1UO that Mr. de 1 Hourbou imiucaiu : -
Mobly \\ill be the next t I : t Manh 11.-On) the 20th; creates excitement. uI7TTc; .
their authors ; and although they have i anti given to the I Democrats) / \ ill make I I ultimo in I It was caused 1 by soir.e ia.MiIlmg letters S :
| Senator from I tho 2id I District, hail better ..Ashley totyrkan:a:; \
Ivictt.ry certain for the hat
.: been unavailing and, seemingly, without! i, --'.'-t'r. -- "iniii-1- his e 'e.*' i is the : a \ \or.ng man, while. fn'uzit.d lk, ;!written i by the latter branding Montxn'sier [ | LeL.oUft
I against I i shot and killed as u Jesuit' conspirator and callintr -
foroe James Johnson, se'ioolteaeber ,
et they staid with the powerful NEW YOlKCOTTr1sTiM.tTE.-A -
: a ,
i(! law to bet on elections' in this State fur'i him bloated French t
New YOlk : the ) ; front Texas. I Herring fled from a piMiy: ct I k. Gcujerals ; ('OFI'Ir.
tlisjia'ch to H.lt.illl.l''s
force of ; and < 1
a .o'o&'ung'"i&"f'waming ,
; "
: : i timer that said l Alaminor and Cordova .
( Jak"tl.tht' I I2tli susThe nioveinent.s gt.ntt'IIU might lose his: tll place! and a short distance off! met I and Colonel

threatening the diead destniclion near at j I of cotton fie watched, \%ilb great interest. : ready cash by betting as he promises todo I four r.s-Ihrtt' uftn and i womu.I .- ,:; Soler acted as seconds! of the Duke, and st'f -:. ,L'. ,

S hand. While consciousness of having|The total receipts at all the |port since because th'r is about as much chancefor I and slmt all killed two of the .ineiu He i' three Republican Deputies to Cortes per- \ -
done their whole and i is the was subsequently lodged in jail. {I Iformeu t the same: service fur Heiri? deI .. ,
duty right, onj, the 1st of September, reach 2,2osJ.5 Mr. Mobley to 'IAt.
j( go to t the Senate, ,as r I I i llourbon. Th 1'ihiee won t the thoicc of
; : consideration t asked when the bales! an increase of ult* ;i l over the March 13.131.: i
ly jet, > I I ,1l.K50XvMiss.
i is
some anti All of
know !
j whJch
tll'f we of getting weapon, ground right to first shot. { are offered for sale
j''ulte I Ij
from this
!tom.'l'llUmliugcrioJ last j ear. The j Yergt-r escaped jail at I Cbt'3ptr
1 ; crops I moining
State is at .the cf '
again placed disposal The dVtunee'w-s: than
;; esiiuutiJ at .OOooo.( The weekly"lempttJ to beaten. :a district is Democratic ) j I I jive o'clock. Ho was jrsu-rday brought' i I ten paces, 1 the coubatauis 1 any other.plan*, by ,.

: I t .,those interested in her welfare, their merits will won T U-giu to fall off and a and if any Ptrtit.s desire: to test before the Court to argue an : ,' firing alternately. The wej"j ou: us- BLI'M & KLOl'l'l-Xnrnn:
", and action mast be considered." for titb.'is The llliathJ ttlvero revolvers. The first t and second Tanmp bat '.;>. Ic7o.PAID. ,
t I(larger stock i is likely to be carried OUT this little matter just let t trot : coijitit. case UH
thl'l out shots f ihe I'rit.ie -- .
., : c lourb missed.'UN -- '
-- (!San I.-i; scar, as holder: generally are'I' their : poned to the! second )Monday in April. \
big gun or of their smaller ( third bullet
any guns1 thechcik
grazed of l i.ke j
i STREXGTII OF THE )U Xlc'OnOER.-I'loppo* d lo sclliug at t present if tie S
The strength of the Ma'onic order in the 1, K.\jn) r.s to date, l,:>0."iJ.>." bales, against they ar. willing to risk -spiking.." j restraining the l'O\t'l'of Courts on MontiK-n.si, causing ;t slight wound I j

I l 'United. States and Ilrilish Provinccsas, I, JOJ.I: it' last >'e..r.1,1", 'j.j31 bales, '()ne the present weeke tisited : application for wril', aid: the bill will f Second Monlpensier's: first shot missid and his I -

: tet forth in the following t-tahment is ,t tor in excess of last j cor !by 152,000. A tty ;;.probably pass before the time set for slightly wounded the 1'ilnce, mill.! % .

.said! 10 be t.s nearly correct as can l be obtaineu considerable portion tho.-,.( I is afcstitMigshT'mnI the hide establishment of )h'ssr. lilt I 1.rlr':trial Hence his escape. Tho i his third pro\ed fatal-the ball entering | FOIL '-

,,' ': from the most authentic sources : | : an-.l th- t 1-/:;/i. t-j.. ji-: ij! :li..1 1ia j i t I mtnlhal & d "j '.uj.neatly! kept, ana :tll JHJSSC have been searching the forhead! of the Triuce and killing him

'Alabama! 10, 23rkl11; ::O. 7Glo ; t luti uuruet.." where \\. saw War skins', tiger skins, fur him all day without sLice'ess. .; instantly.Ood, what hare The Duko doiiC exclaimed.I" and ')1. !I Cedar
\ u1't
UritLsh Columbia, 148; California, 8,10$ ; j|I jk--- ; coon skins, otter bides, deer skins, dress !! NBW: You ic. March 14.-A terrible, I the lYinee's children.Montinriisier .
: has into protect
':'Caiaada 2,022 Colorado, 582 'ConneVlicnf Japan gone I
; ; snow storm ut'uJl"llat night from the
antI undressed
1)claware722 } of'Colombia .ecstacics over a piano sent him by the some dressed by Indians, I aud his seconds are in S
12.7S4 ; ; $ 'i Atlantic to the i -
: --- .' 783 ; Florida, 1,783; Georgia j Emperor of Austria. One of the Austrian squirrel skins, wild cat skins, fox skins, '.of the Ohio river.Mississippi It vnlt'' north !iMadiid' and have not been arrested. It

11JIG7 JdlhO '22.j Illinois 30,22 t Legation played several pieces, goat skins and bides all cru.hl. many If said :hat the affair will injure the Duke'si Cotton
; ; ; cow : buildings and delayed tr.m ,
of :! i:i chances for t the t throne. When _
whereupon his Majesty directed at once I t the Duke '
Thtliana : Kasas
'. \ 21,2QJ 10\\.1,1 1-IG ; I'' Messrs. nlhal & Co. NEW OiLKAXS"March Theevcni
1 I. the -
paying -
t. .'l that Mrs. Mikado should l learn to play Bum had: fired twice the seconds endeavored to ,
t .: :ZG1i C99 ); faiu\) ettueky'1.-1 1,20.18,929)bf'IanJ1,791; LuuisiaiiaG-! .011, the instrument.: And thus her venerable up-- highest market prices, and are putting I i ing papers publish t the following : !' effect a reconciliation! but the Prince was x -
;; Hides
; ; JlMCHicille' March 7. A
f. ')rJ .achusft 5i, 28.3GG ; Michigan, 1- Majestythe t Empress, of Japan,takes i them up for the New'York market. This between, (Gen. nt' Ull'Z'- fight occurred furious and retir-ed all otfcM. It i is rumored . ,
iiTnl ;
'*' lessons twice a week Lady Parker the OOCI1l'U.l \.' that. Trench intrigue is at the bottom 1DeerSkins
t .OlG.i; ,3Ilnnesota 5,000 ; Mississippi! 12"J308J ,- i ii' wife of the English ,Ambassador i hide trade, heretofore almost unknown except commanding revolutionist.1* nearCoronella of t the duel. .t I

< i Missouri: 14,872 ; Montana, 355; giving: to and Hill. Cadena .
: a (' deer skins, is l be. was
; :: ':'Nebraska, 9G ; Xc\ub! ; 031 ; New the instruction A3cr the first quarterwe \\.Mdt with great loss. Regulez took one thousand Coai.NSE:, March r; 17.-A t 1tft'oI'h ,
t. 'r.. : ::'Druns\\l"k t,31: ; Nec 1bml'sl, G-, shall report progress.. coming, the management of Jrl' "I., prisoners, among whom were manyotTicers upset two hundred miles abo\u this station. I
f '032.J Nea (-.7,7GX\\'York,7-1.1: ; -- Klumt-nthal. & Co., profitable to the country .- Cadona is hemmed in and has I :Six: i persons were frozen to dt'ath. ".
C utding'.frollt: the Jiidi- {
''o79 :; orUi Carolina, 11,18. ; Nvva&oii ciaryMr. : } people, and we bop e equally so to to beat Regulez or loc his, army. 1I.1y.x.r.m.h 17.-- I.ollilrn'llllll- Potatoes .fj: '
CoirmttlecauUTscly tlw .
seating ,
1 i I .. ; 850;. Ohio 20,223 ; Oregon, 2,20.1 ; t.f Gen. Ames as Senator from Missis i >ip- those who are doing so Im.1 to build i: NEW YORK', Murch[ 1C.-M I:jor Wm.W. ,., do, leader of (Jainvs' insurgents, his adju- -'vtit
Rhod I
it r Pennsylvaiia. 29,840; Tan,11, ,- Inland of hotel fame cow-hided taut and sis of IU : -
pi which was onlerttl t IK; printed. The develop: the resources of the country. (Geo.Wilkcs ; baud ",re eaptuml '. "} _
South Carolina estimated DUt
4 1 ; ( ) 14,000 ; ground of The ( of the Spirit( of the VV.-wr, severely last night and escaped l t this iiiurnmmg.Ittit ; .-
objeitio.ris .
.' Twines, J ,9G9 ; T. as, 10,51G'ff; .-....noncitizenship.lis_ country people l'U now bring in L to-day. .\ large crowd wits pres three of 1 tho baud! now remain. Chickens &c.

,. inpnt, 7,024 '1 ghrfa, S.OOO, ; Washingttrii squirrel skins and get the cash for them..Who ent. 1 .
: '348 3.'C.t \1rginia 1/90) Wiwn- 1111r"h:, )fdb11a ( .I\'t m..r (hpcr.sl! c.f ih. ST. JOHNS, X. 15., March 10-The 1
sin ; Total ." ; \1. ."til1. !Ia.. tl".krp.l rAJ.T: _':%. ui j I :.ijjljt: : ; that. i-quifrel i-kino Wt'rtith IlARTKOnr: *, March 1 (>.-General as: bottom of th! harbor} of (CarlloV) stink

7,713. ; 4&iS,46b l'.JI 'U. \\ :anv ihii'jr f W. Ripl_-y is dead. t 1111ft. to-dav.: Oll""r the J, U!. m.t')[ A KLOITEXUlRO.n ,L. '
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xValunbe PlaC*, 'Contnlninjc: QtlQ"buttUtmtnts.! \ i.ggillnat0Il3. ,,((arb,. ., ". ,: ,

.- .ance.tirovc Act For Ila1e.V.lua1Ie .or.\\ + 1.SPRINGE. 7 o. I -

A place ttittutedroa the Golf C ., =
JJL yokt: show Efpiiroit.Key,'fa,offered for ale Fresh Arrival ,.. .I IP1ILL ASSORTMBiNTOF t i 1 I BEST INDUCEMENTS : -
upon reaeonahle terms,;.TJpon this place thereLi \
135 ten of land, 25 first rate hammock.1MOL ,. 1
Orange Trees planted oat; some beuing5000thsngeTreetinttnrerry -. I;It oo BUSHELS CORN, EVER OFFERED Df TAMPA: :51 '... <.' I ,
Giaper,Ocayear I. ,
: .CoeoaNu &:0. 20 BLS. FLOUR j
.,For,farther faiformation apply this office. HUD BACON, 1 W AJL JLGOODS .., .' 1
I' For Sale. CHEESE, I '"-" .- .;., 0' .. '"
;: ,.:jJuable.place ataated; lour;zoQe. vest ,ofTampa. CREAM CRACKERS. ..'
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.. Apply at thin SODA and LEMON CRACKERS, I- .. '' ,.
I' .' .: .. : '- OFFICE. A fine lot of Lorillard Superior Chewing 5=""4'i m t"
March 29, 1870.! ,,- r TOBACCO. HH S.M "'::

IT } ''UIIEAPPORYOUI'- : : For Bale by C. L., FRIEBEWANtED Latst Arrival of New. "I.Fresh_ Goods.. \ \\ ,, 03 4.iOs 'tj..... ,>i:-._.:;:.!J 2 Y,0. M_s3 o M Hi : }. "'

-... .
w. as -: O .J rf

I net recdred. Steamer Laraea, a large ... ,..... ::01"t.c 'B E2! .tsj t-f. {
per ." .. i .
'A'' :::: r a
J Stock of FroYi. ion.,,which we'are. 'offering. rA AAA.GOOD CYPRESS AT WHOLESALEAND ..'-., ;;;) '."..... "-. w ,'. t
t'at. very'JT prices ; ; 1 :: : 7. r > : 1'
BACON,.stir 20 cents per pounds'MESS .SHINGLE, JUST RECE VED BY o." "I. ,.
I PORK,at '20 cents per pound. March ,15th. U I

PR1YE'SIISS' PORK at 18 .cents per pour \WANTED\ WASTED\ WASTED' '
k l 1 CLARKE & CO.
E. A.
"t :E: : i :I: ,
f LARD at 20 cento per pound.J&UTTER | AA AAA GOOD CYPRESSSHINGLES. 'lx.BY l :
New Goods !
DKoFine Y
at accents, per Pnand.t I 1
.". by .
1 X
\ BLUM & KLOPPENBURO. A Assortment of Calicoes, neLaiDe s, AT THE
.Aba.-.nails, .of.all" sizes at 12 pounds, >>for SI.' Tampa, March, 7th, 1870. 1m. A Oha'leyi. Alpaca, Bleached and Brown -= 'n TL"
.... I. Bltimemilial & Co. Cotton Osnabnrg-s Jeans, Cass mere, Flannel, New Store ;
For Bale. Brown and White .Kentucky Jeans Hickcrj ; ,
byBLUM "
: i KLOITENBURG.. \WANTED Stripes, TlekingsGlnuhans, Striped Domes.
';' ,.T mwL March, ,22d. 187&., ttY 1 1I t tic, LadieR' I10lt', Half pure, Handkerchief, H awing removed to my New Store, I am now" :.
., : 'C-O 1I I Ribbons, of all o1e cripliolll.te.: preiuired to innrihh the public with anything -
4UUU LDSOFDllYCOWHIDE.q, I TTST;:: RETURNED from the Market: of New York Philadelphia. c'lllt"n'I\1111 New Mean A fine lot of they need in my Hue, and cheaper than :
i s I We in addtiou!: to our fonmr \Uutd\e: thud: .>aricd Stock a cuuip.ete fun can be purchased elsewhere I (have just recd : 1'1't '
tEconomytheWatchword 20 DO Line of STAI'LE DOMESTIC:\ DRY GOODS, such OH Rendy.Mnde ClotliiiiR, Flour, Corn Liverpool, and Bay Salt. ''
LBS. OF DEERSKINS, Irish Potatoes, shows, Cora 3le d. Grits Soda-
......- 0.HXABUnaa. DEXIVS.: ."TRIP1 PR/ATS, W.W/MV*: Sl1F.ETl.YGSlIInTI.YGS, Crackers Cheexe Coffee, Lard. Salt,' Starch j jPALI
LIX.'J.TSSUUTllImX IlOJfE."I't"\; 1.IR.VSfcS Candles, Matches, Shot, Powder. t

Tost,Received per Steamer*Florida,Beaufort, 10 U OTTER SKINS, Epsom Salts, Wright's Pills? Laudanum Fare-1. ] i -
*J and Alliance, a superior lot of By C. L. FRIED :LE, BOOTS and SHOES, Hats I gone and Camphor. i i I

:1 Latest Sty I e of Dress Goods, \ TIN-WARE OF ALL KINDS I I
:K 1)OZ. emCRT.X. HARDWARE. and -
f .. 200 ::!oo DoL. KOG: : Such M Lawns, Canitaios Jaeonetta\ Swim, Challiei, Organdies, etc, etc., *its a full assort-' IIARD-WAUE I

R Contorting otLondon : For which the Ligl-.eot prioc will be paid. UltrUt of Trimmings, j POTWARK.j*' ; :*t. I'

'l'I.anr.a.tei\ Mourning Print.. i C. L. FRIOELE. C CjrrQ( ) t : ".. : 'fnll l line .0.f @fnf gmmn < 'thing: \ 9 CROCKER-WARE. ." j.

-' !:jsSAnen'r 44 1870. 1870. Tile finest assortment of ,:.. .i ; I
Fpiague'uMe 1
.. 0.r .

-DnnneiriiTallahassee' Plaids, ,' ..If ..... 30 Cases Boots and Slioes ,I LAD IE S J & OENTLEITIEN'S. :- \ > J l A

'.I'Kirkland' "U : @ln a & in.'Vntc\ ll ,

'OsnaborgR, .. :. DRY GOODS, S O e S. -

Fancy lawn,
.Jack met, DOL E R Y A FXi: LOT OF CUTLER. 1
I .' Men's, La.li'R.litillI., )1iS111.1 CbildrenV Wear from the most liable mannfrtctnn-rs. SAD & C
Swias Muslin >, .. .Alno H "l'lcnl1illlWiOrt1nt'l1t ofDry ,:
Linen CheckB;
:." L" .. GROCERIES A Fresh supply of ,' : ,
Itipka Heavy Cottonadea Osnaburgu o.i.iCama1et .. : 15 Doz. l\.C\.TStot ;1EX: WTS and YOUTH'S / I .

Jeans, .' FAMILY GROCERIES Goods.Calicoes .
Shirting.Shectuiga., e '.- ., !
-AND-- ; / i I
Hickory, Ladies HATS: TRIMMIXOP, MILLINERY GOODS, Etc. Bntltr, 4
Shirtings. I
Deninw, I
Fancy Spring Balmoral Skirts, Skirt Braid, PROVISIONSJUST Chffse, :.Sheetings Liiifiu lied Ticking OsnaLurgH. j 'r
Trinuningu AJC.. ic. Also, "j
Hickory :Stripes! J'uil11.DcLa il1 Jkc. 1 I ,
CROCKERY. t'1, \' ..' .. 'f'. ._'.. Starch. A biuall lot of SUMMER CLOTHING. :
OPENED, AT THE STOREOF : X'. '. :\. \ \. '" / I .
'u. ."iIIJ '4L'. W 1:4': a ... tt ... i' s ; : I
AND f'llrulu,1nlnortmcut of ,; i\
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.JEI A m ]I\1: A m. m. L. G. Covacevich I '-' t :0.0:; .. .. "' 7le V Soap Q) Q) ', / 1 i

And, in fact, yow can any thing that is kept:: in I; r
MarketPrice will be given for all u First CliwH More, and at priceihich will Htouith > -
The Highest. 1ectPer Steamer Lr.vafrow New Orlrins, i
Kerosene Oil. Tea. Colletf Sugar, Candles, .
kiadjof I LOUR, WHITE CORN. you. Give men ciuLK. l .
>-- 11 tiV 1I151tEY: COFFEE. 2o) I'hrkiiw of Prime Land 1 Boxes various brands manufactured Tob l teen GRANT. 1\\ 1
CANDY. CI..VllET WINE Lard, Pepper, Soda, Mustard, Spire, Candy,,t, Tampa February 9th, 187U _
'Country: Produce. SOA1: ){AC'c..lmXI.n lH.: of S. N. Pike's Cfl br.iteil Wbi kl'.'"'".
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CIICERE. COOrt Ponnlt of Clear 1,' l
.; C. L.. FREBECE BUTTER, LARD, 1 1'J All kind of Smoking and ChewingCORN .
'** Matched, Pilot 'tt1't't\(1. French Bread, Butter LmrLc1.; Pi'irate wbite T -nnet.ci'e ('11m. NOW OPEN;
Tampa Jlorcb 15th, tt .4 10 Barrelii 1.ffiM Pork Q) QJQJQ)a

Crackers Pie des, Buckwheat, Oniooll J:c. _- lb'I't.() Bushels I'rilllt'llit(\ and Black Out ii.t ,
1\\3nxex''astern t l'
"t (Iif'rvt '
; Boxes of Kerosene Oil, : .
40 t Siwk of Rio, (ull1nl1.1 /

TO WHOM IT MAT CONCR5. 30 Biirnln of assorted !. B.irr: li Irish i PdtntiM. And we will continue to receive by sac h, ,
steamer from New Orleans and New York ad.
Boots & Shoes 10 Kegs of Powder ; !> The undersigned having come to the .
io rte l hi7.I'M Ix- Kegs of (i..shii Hl1tlt.r.Atltl ,
lJRh'l aw > < Goo ds .
conclusion that Tampa Merchants are as Blue Store -:

;. well entitled io.the benefits of the usual SPLENDID STOCK OF in fact large and varied Motk ofPlantation And we will cell you Good as low ns they caiW n

Commercial ,.Shipping Law as Merchants purch aced iu this bectiou.TERMS t

of the United State, Tin AT
In other parU ware 1
Su lie
..,. hate. 1\"t-d-ln future: to receive freight P s, OK BARTER IN COUNTRY PRO TORN JACKSONS:' ;" t

only under: (the.following rules: DUCK CASH PRICKS. :
bold 8t unert Bailing venM-1 or '
r tat.To any Tampa Out :27111. Hili tf
!landing IIA\"I\G OPENED MY GOODS, 1 RES- ;
strictly nponiMe for the ..,
lighter He keeps countintly on had To Knit the want, of onr people, all of which h\IIlk't'lll1 cted with the greatest of ('Irtnn.l invite friend and the public ,
of Freight lo'l pwper onUr and condition will be ALL KINDS OK to call J '1 examine t ttfore clsewhere.
Hold CIlKAl' FOIl (.tSIl. Calluud KxAiniiif our Stock nnd you will fud 1'l1110.t: any- an puichuiog -
a* pr Bill of Lading.3L : thing>-on want and we will "guaranteeyon mitiMartiou ;u> our g: That Freights nall lft rl''t'i Yt'.! by A fine assort re ent of Shawl Blankets, Flannel and bald at iKipuliir pnctm. : they are fold as low u any can b.
no *, Calico, Sheeting!i hirlio .Je.aUot, Balroo- I. BLUMENTHAL: CO. bought in this market My dock 'of./ I
iuit"r scutj I own rata, ,
...the Conaigueai. lickings blockingg, Ucnaburg Table 1

; That; each comagnment mast lie (It'livt'r1 1 Gloths, Denims, DeLalnc, Pacts Cloth Alnacca .- __ 'n -_. ______ __. _.__._ ..
,, Plaid! .,Strip**, Hickory.Lin en, HandkerchiefB Plain! i and DRY GOODS
et.lon the wharf in web condition that Collars, Merino. Jaconets! Winter I Fancy ,
the Freight can bo cusily counted and I Oalicoe, Caiubiies, Driliiogn! Jassiiutres,
compared with Dill of Lading.4th. \'eilamI.LonGloH'. LAwu, aI11ted.: I
WORK I*I the largest to ;
JOB ever brought Tampa eouits.
That they will not pay any freight. or In bin. Grocery Department can always he found i, incr i" paitufSILKS ..
Lighterage BiD without the proper receipt iI, :\ PRINTSLAWKS. GINGHAMS. DE-

of the Consignee, for the delivery FLOUR of nil Grades, I iI I lame,,. Flannel: Shirt BiSoni, Cloaks, Shirting! -
of the Good, being attached to the Shawls: 'Balniorhls, :Stocking:; Uarte is, Tie
I! Hoop, Cloves, hoots- NnbiaCollars\
Dill Sal t, Corn Bacon, Pork Slro.lders 5000 Ibs of Dry Hides NEATLY EXECUTED AT THEPENNSULAll Slaeetinar. Pant Cloth 1tnketMourniD., .
6 C. L F1UEBELE Mackerel Matxaivni, VelDlicilli. Faucy Cau- I (itiods: Ribbons. and everything in this lineg
JOHN JACKSON : J.r,CoJfiah, French Bread Pickles Suj .. L. G. COVACEVICH.JtUIMJL Crackura Soda Crackeu. 1'ilot Bread,Cotlce, f KLOPPEN15URG. of every description.Gentleman's .
HIGHEST riilCE P-till i. nu'Mi\Tii.\LA-cf\ t a
/ 11 r. imvxcn,' Green nod Black Tea. Ready-Made Clothing, .

L BLUIIENTIULACO.,. Butter, Sugar. Cundle. Matches, Cic! M. Soda .... _. OFFICE. : Fine Hoots 8c. Shoes l lI
irENDECSONA IIENDERSTJC1IAULEA Kerosene Oil, Syrup; Lye Canned Fruiu !I II 3
; ,-, AEM01l> buap. Nutmegs huge: \IUAl&l'J. Saun.ill he Cedur r I
and M:\
'mintilt- lnrtti '
_,' JOSE vir.ru \'in..ltlr'I'.r'\ ; ;fepiee.: Dried Appi. and aI:1: : ted. T forecuiritd (>u l I.v tin- 1111.1t'r..h110.tl IWIUKS und.r 1; YANKEE XOTONS, .
EDWARD IIENKY rn P. GT.ANT Et8JOINIARLING ,' Peaches, lx\,alters, ''cans. Nuts Cheese the name tint and ',,1\Ic "f LCUINSON: ft LADIES: OENTS: A CHILDREN' HATS:
CHEWING tit SMOKING TOBACCO BLrTSIANis distohttl and the bnMues: + will -

1 Kca"'LD i DARLING, POWDER. henceforth uud H. LIIWIXMJN.muWtlif 1>i-nnird t.u lv\ I. RLUMEXTHAL name firm and All kinds of Furniture -

Turps :tares llth, 1870. LEAD. ht>'l'u' I. BLL'MUNa-HALA:: CO ; 11:: B1HT- ,
SHOT 250 OTTER SKINS MAN n tiriu 'I R 4a

APRIMPEPICTORESTJKEXMRM An assortment of MemurBult-'*, ];ruJ III' (5. IJ-.WINSON,
nndenigntd k-w I Pail' Tub'. -'i.\ ., Tor "iLi',1. Wo the Market i-BETIMAN: CDm open- Axe-helves, : t. : j-uy: bigbcst Price, I. BLUMTNTIUL ,t Co. -
3.*M in the urUIoWM in Tampa, February Jht, 1870. '\. OW-WAKE GLASSWAKK 'J.f' .
tug place for the purpose NAILS OF ALL SIZES. .

of Wing ricrnre .in the. Coffee Pot, Tin Pun., Pint aDd Quart Cor'I'ucket DAD FORCHE1MER F.Hq.. of the City "
Uteaimprored.style. Wart Knives Table Km res. Gimlets, Locks '\\' York, is admitted ns n Special iTX-WAUE, Cl'TLERY, STOVES, .
d0.y+4 Thnradav'B andSttarda colored. whiteH. Screws and .: > ,nuns Irons Buts.. Ac. WANTED. Bn,;in.,,,,, I .
1'ne..day' andrids3''s' for the A large and splendid assortment of I. RLlTMr.NTIIAL. 4 CO. Kille. Shot (hung and Pistol! :
187aE.. IL TYLER. Brandy Tampa, Ftli. lst, lt"io. f\v. All kind.. of Stationary and So buolBo I ,
a TamPa, March 15th. :2w WLitker. Initial writing; paper, IoLs\;; tc.

Wines,Lemon Syrup, 500 Deer Skins I. BtrMESTHiL: I II. IEW1NSON' : 1>. FOfcnEVEn. I'aluls and I'erfuinrry, -

'_Notice J Raspberry Syrup, Smoking & Chewing Tobacco -
Old oniir.ion Mint Julep "" Cigars &0,
TIm hare purchased the entire stock or' cat- TERMS CASH: OR COUNTY PRO l

i s tt lie.3 belonging using auy to of JAMES these,c&ttla ALDERMAN.-.nithoat theper.- DUCE. I, \I'Thh'hn Y I FritUlu'it lie wen at any time at C.] I I! Fin OLD RYE WHSKEY ALI t
say agPaie,"prei owJ.y bad, will 110 Tampa January 5th, Itf70. toeCash is its gentle*: w u dug! worl.l1I'd:The mule CHAMl'AfJNC CIDE!:. BITTERS Ac.MEDICIXES. "i
I hnrnes in
; god ronditinnnnd iswnwi
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,'Met 22d. Imo., sound.. ; and is only 7 years old and only offered SNUFF I *; <
i l t bn.e iMuuse the(1\\Ul'r has AMMUNITION c
no use for it. .V : vi !
1 lrI-IUUl'an: bu nails.\' bu-jig. lhi" uniUlnl.1 -- In Lo't ever\ll. ; can he found that illn td01" j -
Cedar Mill. 1 'ring ('"...h. ,, tf
j. For Sale.AiGood Taanpa, in tlal'H' cli t i t t.l
Tauipa March +
PAID FpR : itI .- fresh MIM)!>- of 1 ____ I i f
,5c and fact sailing Scboo" r. of' Castor Beans ; C)I.'p.n_ Lt'JIBEIC' FOIC .U.I:. ,: (; n o c 11: : J/1-: s -
6 ton burthen.- In K,*"'or' '''rE"'OW, AS HERETOFORE.e : ) "T"1>;\f l to pn't'111f'EIHR; at our Boom, for which I
der tod eaodif on-iaingben ra"'!lUy. 1 .e will my the highest ;Mnrkft l'ril"l'"t.' will duly piiroli.iMjjood C -\lir! free .if |Hie on bund u Mii> 'iiorlresnLuui I -t/ 11'.I YS O.v/ I.txn. t
"ill be fOld oa rr.. cnsble t.fl1D, stigff=,;!;ht Rrain,. and a.s fri* iron: kuts u!:J rots liS 1.r0.a ble, uud t t.) miasma not less! thin: U'r, biili I will hill Chmp for Cash. ,!
1. repaired. .. I BY i.. Lithe JL tht !- .L I trill /"!) l\\\ c llill.'ilt Isl. ;prices fur i
'I1tkiti .. .lI 'r. 1 \t.u i : wju U'C'J >"or t i i H. KIUt' E.
'il : :( 18iU. r.:" OFPIC: iu o. I). -..1LLEX.riJifr' ": I m.VMKyniAL CO. 1"1W;.a, J.in; *:;. tf. t| CliITO.,11IJJ'S 1 ir( r, TaUoie( -. f=l it t




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I Jadlcall Circuit State of Florida I II"
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i -. : : DRUGS MEDICINES lhat i'ae FI KIBA PxxissniB :
*I3Snr > .
G. jj ; _. ,. .,' ;; t _' r published in the CiT of Tampa I .. I
'- iV \' in said Circuit, U-, and the
saueu hereby demand- against the Ea- 2 2
I ,- dy Abnlom l son! >n! "< -0- designated as one of the Of c5al H persona Ijivin
: ttjy. ..sty g i popers of said Malcolm C. Petereon late of Her- :
Ilia hair \ MACIi!! Circuit and that this order be.T<*cord*%l on theChanctry Ute of a.
:; was whit as snow ; WASDIXG ',"h> 'J' r Order Book and that the Clerk County, deceased, are hereby ,notified, : ". \

:_ ; I He stole spig n4 way.lie.np; IJ j;.: pif' H AVISO REMOVED TO the Editor of the rExr>riAit of tlii*order.notify to present then doly authenticated to the law undersigned '
within the time prescriUd by : ;;
: To the ray of Biscay, O. ,Jiy NEW STORE. offer r
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: '' ''. !. fur safe, a l large .ad_wel I SC. or Una notice will be plead in bar of their re.tiII .
!Ibo stood on the boning deck I I :.:,'," i! /;? J, Sun or FLOITDA. I l covery. All persons iudebtc.1 tp said Ettate. '10 :.
; of
DrilKS .
ccteJ A9rimeut
4 Ii .'J.. County of HilLtborongh, j jIJL r are desired to come forward and. make immediate ;tJ
And smoked his of
: ',- : pipe clay nit. ,
Medicines &.c to .:
payment 3
i 80"- LYONS, Clerk of the Circuit Court .
: Andbet bas money on the bob- lOO nag, injj ia partof tfollowing ,and for the Comity and State aforesaid, JOSEPH B. WALL f. .' .
t j When Che moon ;Gone away" articled viz.llemb1od _-. do hereby certify that the foregoing w a correct Brroksville March 10th 187<. Adra'r.-: "
DR. SHALLENBCRCER'3Fever irres U4} Dull' "
t- Sargapanlla.Mr copy of the origidal; order now on record
: "' dnc eyuioIierdfA 1 *. Allen' llliir U ;tor..r, Trlcoperoqa and in office. I COLLECTOR'S SA t
I. and ; fHooffland'iand my .
.. \The k. lfl' a lL ll- 4 Katlurion Witness my hand and .seal o fPL. I -' ,\
Ho tetter Bitters,
; So 111 peola bi or t&"s/ : r" S.1] office, Nov. 30th, lbC9. i- ; WrightV, Ajres', McLean' Ja'nea'\ FaLne- I 411
M. P. LYONS, | .
With ilwWord of Banker IL'IL',IIt stocks and Dctblor's I'ila.!! ;
; 4 Always M> .the Cklllc. Hollowaj'g
O.4 P C' Ct nillbborough Co. FLu I
: ,Clerk ] i
I ; VIRTUE OF \ ';
11SHEI This JledJc1a.ham been before the PubUo BY
islhe hoar when from th3 bowf
:. : I fifteen 'and b tin smeaii'of 'all'other' A variety Tancr Soaps.PERFUMER in me by law, I have this day levied upon ; .
f. T \I J..i:1Y MoTIf-:1-" .-.. jean Notice !r and will offer* for sale in front of the Com i ";)
known It does
c remedies. not purge, doe House Door in the of the 5th 1
:<. So tin Elijh told li'/frr upor l'0T3lY' y.Trask' City Tampa, on -
:' ."; not sicken the rtomacn, is perfectly safe In day of April 1870, during the legal hours If'I '. 5.
.;" '.' ,.,.',. i :'.0 I _ray oiLe/: ; :"C"\ any dow and under all cdrcumstanoe3 lid MvGciI'and 110110\\11)1 Oiul \ 11 persons having cLiiins or demands against sale, the following described property or HO I, I"
: la the only Medicine that will *, Greys, ./. the Ehtitet>fHenry Hope, Ute of llernftn- much thereof will be suiEeient to satufy the I "
( i.. ,. Oh, whal Se the wiW wavw;yi'g : ,4 ,OUR ,IMMEDIATELY rncnUDairy's and Fuwia Salve- do con ty> tiecetmeteti, ore hereby .notifictl to State and County Taxes duq. by the parties f .;.
i b ".: .'. ll crid the :long cigltf thror:.li; f r.T. JTBCH. I1ID.itas. w and permanently form of and Pain Extractor olent.Brown'a present them duly a. 1henti.Nltetl.within the owning same, for the year 1SC9 and back taxes : 'I
Fever r..dwav' flemJyfleliefand Ready ,
,r : i And aYoTKWpIRStEf-cp'tho L3gLt, II -* every time proscribed by law or this notice will be for the year 18C8 that may be' 1mpai.l1rit f r : .
Ague because it is a perfect AmtUUt M : E'senc .of Ginger Philotoken.-Pain; .
; nlrad in bar of their recovery ; and til"persons E. of S W4 of Section 30 :
Barry A-SW4 ,
A little note cidcrjoo.. tniversal Clothes ( ringer,, Killer, Ileiiiboldt Bnchu, Peruvian Syrup,
5 ti >/> f> ;; -7 .I k JIaIada.Sold by all DnuccUU.mmmm. India Culogogue LanJnuni Paregoric ate.man' 1Mbt <1 to saJ J estato are requested to make Range 16, Township 29 ; and N -WJ of pi %T| I -

",. : S Tfra harp a*natal'siidvenrEtrnng; v Drops. Brown' Essence of Ginger a immediate payment toWm. 1L GAUUSON.Adnfr. Sec 3!. B 1C, T 29, containing 80 acres. :

Is coming through the rye ; Improved with Rowtll'a Patent"Double Cogwheels RIVERSIDE variety of \Vorra Loietj ts, a avuriety Fluid .n.otkmHe'Feb.' 1870. 8w Collins J, A-SE I of S W4 Sec 30 R 28, I .. ', 7

: Then kiss me quick and go my hcney and the Patent Stop,'are now unquestionably . Extracts, Chloroform, Roach Poison end almost T2audNEofNELSlOIt2lT28con-. : _
fer superior to any apparatus for washing article.that be found iu a taining8Oacrea. .
every can : :
the -
the :
Sold to
spider fly.
: clothes ever invented and will save their ADOYST.ER Notice.SIX Ellis, J. C-Lote 1 and 3, S 36, R 1C, T 24 !

: MWillie's on the'dark blue sea, cost twice a year by saving labor and clothes.. C1TV' DRUG STORC. containing 71 acres. I ,

..: With fire,hundred thousand more ; .Southern people *ho have used them testifyas MONTHS from date I will present my Hooker. Win. B-N El of Sec 2, R 20. T 29. I .

: -" And srj days we gliding swiftly by, follows : SALOON. J Please call and admire my Xew Store and ,vouchers to |lhe IlonorableJu N W4 of Sec 1. R16. T29.SWlofXfJ.atltl' .(
'" '. "They. saTe three-fourths of the labor and and be sure to buy my MCDIC1NES. e of the 'oontCourt llrruuui County SE3ofNW.Sl7.U19.T29andN.W4of, 1 :
.' .'.I'To the old;entucky -.t._ Ant tnav fr>r thmc4ves. .. both ,in moiuvindcontentment Florida for fin.J hittU'nieutud discharge S E4 and Nl of Sf I,.S'17, UI?. :.'.TOn; "i
u. -- r.-J -- -- -- -- -- i1r. GUSTAVE OrPENIIEIMER having .. '
Liteveryyoungladyloamx .IIL. purchased Mr. Johnson'H interest in this fWlll ihe eatAto of Gieen B. Moore, dectWILLLCI **- taming 415 acres. i .-:
.i'lLTu1ck .A. FAT GIEL-DonPatt! I > use them, and every mArried one keep themn Saloon and nicely rv&tWl the hame is now pre- F. Dn.\ CII. eI' Lee, T-40 Luru acres 1 of vesseL Laud. .

*ys :',altri8 once in love with a fat girl; I her house"-Aeto Orltaru 1'icuyune parevl to entertain customers in firtit i-Livj bt 'Ie. July 2 Jth 18G9.FLORIDA. W. WALL 1 CO Loderic acre*. I J I t.
'An excellent Washing Machine We have Will serve during the reason, at all hours Oysters .\iliuiaiotmtor.DrookBville. 1
ahe fleshy she was enormous Mfttthu, Funny A-N El of N EJ Sec 3 R 20 _
was'rery" j I tried it The Clothes Wringer is very 6Uj>erior. in Fulton JIarktt style Game Fish and ,.Deo. 23th, lSl9. Oin. T 29, t"ClWni1JJ 40 acres. *, I
:lot the toUrse ofJDY: true love came to i .II-A good hand will wash a large numU-r of all the ,'o.rietof a well selected bill of fire.- -.'-------- Mayo, W. T .Lm i; I.
S 4 '. .grief. I was sitting'vlthT her In the dim i((4eces in' a few houri" JWri:)A't.V..C) JEjc* The priceR for; all dJahes have been nxod. ,at 'a : BAKERY, -

twilight one evening. I'was sentiment; 4- JIell.odist. moderate figure. Give u:" a calL JWoitce. ,.B. C. LEONAKDY. O I 'r .
but 'a necessity Jan. 20, Ib70. Cm. I .. Tax CoUecter llillsbcro conntv.*--'
:I said soft I-embraced ''The Mcchine i i.:no humbug TaniTa. : I'To.mp .
many ththg part I in every' ."torye&irn (A" t1)) t .'eirtO TAMPA. FLA. Jan. 4tti. 187Ut Cm .,
of-faeK: She'seemed: aistant She! frequently SIX JIONTIIS. from .late, I will present ny I (
r CASH FOR HIDES l accounts and uchcrs to the of the '
turned her lovely, head from me. "We would not part with it anything, and prcsliBicadt Jude III Chaflcery. I' :

r : .At last I thought I beard the murmur of be compelled tu da without it."-!''jCounty cLar u,rum Florida the, Is THE CiEcnr Coc2r 6rn Jrricui. CTBCUIT' I i \

# : Toioes- oa, the.her ide. f crossed and ((14. Vo.) .Post I Will pa y; IScUpr' Ib, Cluh.ol'good Dri. .d rotate of Francis. Nicks late of said county or FLORIDA is AXT) FOB MAXITEZ, COCXTT.Elirabeth II' .' I .

: :' \ralke"d"r6uncL, and Ihen I found. another "We have one and speak from observation.It Flint CAKES Ac.; Ac.. deccttscd, IL WladJeii,) .

.. '. fellow courting heron'the' left flank. I ) 8dmir- bly. InoneJ" it will. pay. W. R NICKS Adm'r.Brooksville v* f Bill for Divorce. t '
iCkitlunJ Tuui. .UJVT. Will be kept constantly V.. Whidden -
for i itielt" .)
( Georga J
: ,; was !indignant, and npbraideil her for herttetcBeryIa' COWHIDES, Deo. 29, 186-3. Cav.
-t t .thus from' me "We have one' of D t3"'R" Clothes Washers ,. ih ,, '. on hand \ BILL havfciR been filed in my office in the i -
) "concealing and our household are in ecstacies over it- .11 aTiovc entitled ciiu-k', and it being made to I I f ,
another love. She laughed at my conceit, They,are great economizers of time and labor." 25 cis for Good and hale at theFLORIDA Notice. appear' ly ixffiibvit that th.s defendant reside I -

as if she wen not big enough to have", two E&jrfidd (S. c, ;. -'. tor beyond tie limits of the Sixth Judicial Circuit j -

: : lovers at once." "Far superior to any apparatus for washing DEER-SKIXS, of Florid, to-wit : In SumU-r County in said i'

; ., .. clothes e"H; invented and an iiidihpensuble in- BAKERY, SIX MONTHS FROM DATE I will apply State. It in hereby ordered that the defendant : -

F : : A Sotiaix JOKE. .-One of the clergymen Btitutwn in' every faaaly/* *-Morltoru_ ((JAL'a- And 30 etc pr IU fur the Honorable In.} o of the County do appear and pleud. answer or demur to theorapliinant'ti ,; .'.
;.; &' JOUN F FLETCHER. Court of IIilb.borough County Florida for a aid bill on or before the first j n:
.. ,;, of Peons- Illinois, has been put in a "No one, after kiily U-stiug their capacities, n"I..1" { Final Settlement of the Estate of Joab Griffin M piby,Cih day in June next or the same will. ,I i
parsonage that did not come up to, the idea will be willing to du uilhuut tlicni."-Kiyttt- t I : : : ,Tampa May 19t b. decotised. be taken as confetxied..ProriiM S '

.; ofrtata minister*hould enjoy,Decently tulle.(TennOl>tfn-ff- JOHN JACKSON. That publication of this order bsm.uk I ,/
-, And tin* highest price for COTTON. I can
Administrator. in official
: be was caUetlupon to announce that there 'Webh' "oiic'of; those eUeiit 'SLvcLines newspaper published iuthis
be iound at (CO'lce'ich.Storl'. Couu
try peo- Tampa Dec. fithr 18CQ. 3: -6m. Circuit once week three months
: '; would be a mite society at the'minsterii in use and.we cheerfully ffonimend it for all die will Jo wen to give me a call.JOHN. utively.'S cousec. I r
that is churned for Jtutttrford'MH (A" C)
,.. dwelling. lIe said. MILLER -.\ JOHN BARTHOLTJ "J I
j 'There':will be a mite society:on Thursday 'Mlkat'JI" Tampa, Oct. 12th tf Notice Clerk Ct Ct ilanatee Co. >' I ,
.' *V child ten teLl can do-the wa..hin Ftb. 23d '
years 3m' ,
:, evening.nest at the parsonage. The S I i\ .
just as well as a grown person. Every good \ \
\V\\cc\\vv\g\\Vmg -
S parsonage is''a little old, tumble-down husband should secure 0110 for his .. ."- MONTHS FK01I DATE I "ill npjJy ITIs t:11al'el'J', ,. : i

building street" JIvr-jonUM (ll' J.) tisnstitutlnn. NEW\ FURNITURE STORE milE UNDERsIgned SIX the Honorable Judge cf Probate of 1 cr.D.m,10 THE CiocviT Cocar, S.ra Jci>uu Cis, ,f \

Some of t older. ones of the congregation 'After ever two year'experieuce with a[Do- JL is now pro- '\T C;' County fir a Final Settlt mont and din- crir or .'LOI 11.' is a1D roiWILLUX lLZ.Ls5oiQt\u I' .

: took umbrage at this, while, the ty, we are ,a-ssured that it i is the greatest help paredto fill all orders :. cbarg from the Estate of W, D. Oiieil late oJ I Cot SIT, .,. i \
and economizer of time labor and moiiev, we -AND- .. \ said County, dectAM.d.ILUIKLET. : :: j f
; younger ones laughed. In the evening hou-sehold." for every Lor TO x, -' : ; f
have yet had introdaced into our r. E. LOCKIIART *
.. \; the parson was called"upon to "make" the -HTi'ianwort Smith, .Ytic Orleans. I of Black-! L Jfpi .: Administrutrix.Dec. Tt \ Bill! for. Divorce. I .: J I -

.; 3 same tmouncement After"saying that the .:1 have had a Doty Washer in my family for CA.BINET. SHOP i sinithingandVheel wrighting in a tyle 8th 1G!. :3J-Cm. TCSELOPT Lorrox. ) I t:

; mite society would be held at the parson some time: It gives cutire ioatitJ'al.tiou lUll I 1V;G'Slut''. A'&r/A cf the T Saw Mill not to be surpassed _-\ A bill hat ing been fiLdio my office in the I I

; age be paused a moment, and then remarked take pleasure in *commending* it to the head ol j-a Buggy Making, ien above entitled cau5>, and it being made .'. fr.tu .
t. : every houEeholJ. -Jt ToirtiJtftrsa '; 7 jro*. \ro,':' oil f<' ,crillliu. done pairing : "OUthe'oornerofthestreet "I have had one of Doty'a Clothes Vislera in the aliuve Lice with ntatus.aitti done on reasonable terms. Horse* ,Lud at a resides beyond the limits of the Sixth Judicial i J ;
:, .. near my in use'ibra;vtar-,- and :am {x rfcctly Mitisiicd } d. |>atclu tatiefactiun guaranltcd.Fl'RMTrCC til o in o nt's notice. I HID tll=,1..fllllu\' friends Circuifof Florids, to-wit: latae City of Savannah I ., [."
.. :- residence is a well is'covered o r'an with it Mv family hive tried itfuithfully, an-1 I I for their j)aeau, >l hope they will MONThS AFTER DATE I will pre- in the State of Georgia t. I a hereby : ,
clapboardcd.-! is unpainted and weatherworn' have never kuou'n it to tCdl to acrompliah nil give me a call. SIX nt my accounts and vouchers the lion ordered that the Defendant ppe.ir And I !

but I wish to decribed iiso that that it profeshcs to."-rftf. J. K -n-fn.'( t'mfjrd j II. KRAUS1L: orixble Judge of the County Court of Her- Plea, answer or demur to the complainants \

". Jon of you may'make,a mistake and take Ftmate CvUt'je! SiatiAciCe.V.,: .(.. ._ I Tamra. March 14th 'OS 47-ly. n.uidi County Florida, for Fin.U Stttlleiiient aid. bill, UI or beore! the first Mood,., 4th 1 .
r" on tho Estate of James Alexander, day in Apiil next, or the fame will be taken
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i- : : well the'parsonage.. The mite CLEWED' T D REPAIRED I 'celUoelt as eocJesseJ.1'rtelded! I

: t,, society will bo. held in the parsonage and PIUCESJrAllt OFFESt. Iuua'D!; .'Or"l s : S iJ1pin' COLUMBUS 1L ALEX.VNDER That publication 0 I this order I I,,
notln.thewelL If the WrchauUnrjonrplrtcewiU\ wt fur- AdministratorDec. be ma.ie ia '
f', F ni.h, or send for the Machines, hend u= the r- Always on hand I' --.-.. -- ------ ,- -------.-._-. ---- 13th 18C9, 32-Cni in this Circuit once. a week newspaper, four moaihs published eon-, ;
1 tail joice, Washer '13, E>.\. Wriagtr $lJ.attl OrJers for work proinjtU- attend l lo.ioJucc ReuarGiiIf L'acJe1s.I secutively. I \.
I. '- _. we tin forward either or both mut-lime-, I 4
: 15ttu '.QlOS..A. where is st11inz country takvn for rurnitui Ol'FIcK OFAiIiance" M. P. LYONS. I !
d UrOUS free of freight, to places no| one -9 i' Administrator's Notice,. Clerk Circuit Court. "!tllill I t
._ -,. : afid w> sure are w c tin'v will be likt d. that J II). HAY .:OODHSRRU .
--, ._-, -, '-' .ti 1 i i "I v to refund tb* jf one \\i'hesto --- : '
I R. B.POST. A.M HOBDBY.j agree the mncLiues uiouy free of any ILfh i Line I WEKS AFTER THIS DATE ttc Dec. Sth. 1S6 4m. i t\ j
j return fright r : KK WSISBROD, Foun !
dircttionNo ? f'lII\4 Admini-.trator' on the Estate I I
a mouth's trial, aCfonlmt to -* S -
',: POST & HOBBY husband, father brother should J'7'T't 1'1 g .4.'A1t c g. ," ":.,1." of Matthew CavhMfr, d,.'.1 will apply the ) Sheriff's Notice.
0 0.- .0r'1 I uoruble Jud > of the Court iixnd I
the drudgery of wuNbing x\ith the h.'mtlfift-- i [ ,;< County II i
tao days in the yetir, when it can be .tllne bct- I SADDLER-i.h1 I for HilLsborou' County, Florida, to sell ShERIFFS OFFICE. I l 1
t r, more xliti'.nily'With legs labor and no & .e'J'I 1\ [he follow Luul bcloutnng to 'said Estatexud January 4th 1870. f I: ,

'I Commission ..Morch ants injury to ,tLc, pmt. by .a Duty' .IJthl'lo. ; 7J \:h\\ 1 to-wit I)jug: and being in baid County and State, TIlE CITIZENS: HiiKborongh County I
ir.:. .-11. j" t. asher Sold by and dealer a Universal Sl nell V.'nnper.', to whom1discounU liht'nJ Harness.Maker, Upholster it ebuMiiessin j.- Lf: : : > ;; The E4 of the S W! :... 14, and the El 1 I\f her notified that Mr. J. D. HAY- I""
of this
GOOD appointed Sheriff
New laatle. tliialine with I the N W4 S 2J, T 27, S of R 2<), E, containing Deputy
Oilcans Ln.0 arc Will att.-midtoarty -"_roII'.U' the
;, '. I I ._ "_. 100-33-UK t ) acres County and will from Ibis date exercise .
i:. c. nilO": (;. neatness an.l dispatch. I am cow prepared .. h-. functions of that office in place of Cupt W.
; And the Wi of theE and the N f i
fix Muttiesies us cheapr cheaper Ej o
E. Sweat resigned.
:". ; General Agent, ll an it fl.in be done cUcwhere. 1 C'mle found ._ -_ : -'. ,-W'" the S W4 of .ce. 23 und the N E4 of the N W! HENRY ALBURY ::
: ..,; U-tf. 32 Cortlaudt Street New York. all times at my shop on the oj.p joitesi.lc of Sec 20, T 27 R 20' ,E, containing --100 Sheriff UilUborongh Co. '

:,-. < .' ,1t Kcrc TO ae street, 'nd a little East of ilr.J. Yet ris Nw Oln) acres, Tampa 4. 1870. tf !
5 Il MaT the N. WJ (,f the S W4 and the S El of. I

t 1hDfRft .fUnlusof.: Jon JACXSOXHCSET The Victor Cane Mill. sterl H.WEVBUOITauiBa. > the S W4 Sec 23, T 27, It 20 t E, containing j I
W. O. FKKBU Paosrrs. 'TOI1a'mt. t,0-i -1QO acres.An<heNWof.
t'h.S.lLTlDEHll. > :
FIll, Oct. I
.'' 'JUiTlfCt':. j '/ :: \ .- lyr. theSE4ST2R 20 Notice I
\\ri or\ New Y K I
) a or i in.nl E, contiiiung 40-12-100( acres.

& CO .n.llwE: J of N E 4 Sec 22, T 27, R 20, it known to all whom it may concern

,.' '. 1'LTE1O A. J. ciu, r; r.Reterson "tJUil G't.y containing -12-IOIJ acres. I. BE that CHARLES W. BROWN isnotauthor- r:

-: -. Nrw OILC.\\, L\, Ol"TI Urn Isr. 1SCS.Av. I DANIEL LYNN.C ized to act either as agent or ,power-attorney S ;
; RAIN.Administrators.. I for Mr. P. A. DE CHEN A S real et-tat*. .
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FOKEIOX : .kline! of Stcnmu..hips lloI\'iur ht"t'nI .
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j- t I.11 & Co.VHOESALE (goods or chattel, and. therefore,1 any bualnesatmnsaetion ,
., I I : *h'J. we ,1ii\H dispatch from tlii* City By IL L. MITCHELL Ag't in this Ilu&rter. with the aforesaid .

: I, KVEKYSATUUDAY a Meanuliip fur.L'isA., Tiuup.i, Jau. .10th: lti71J.tw ''CILULIW.. BROWN, shall be deemed S
v \\ GOODS | roi\. Ar. L.ll1ICVL.ST.. MV'K CEDAR Kirs, frantliUcnt and t.
V GROCERS, I TAMPA, KEY W *,.,/I,1 HAXAS takire freiuht illegal.DE. A. S. DE CHEN1YA.

:: '. I i also for XL\\ YOKK ri ( ,' ANDDEALERS 113 BROUG11TOX ST. i jda Railroad and a line of Slrainslups; connec-I
: .- ;;:' INR1t'5trf.n'pr I | tilt: Ffinaiulinanii'l Now \oi k. '( ; : taI IN Till: CIRCUIT COURT f.TH JUDICIAL -

I ken from : iwoaK for nil FLORIDA I''RT->, nn-1 CIRCUIT 01: FLORIDA : 'Dissolution. .
bnCt ., K. :. Lt-denr, 1 Savannah Gca for nil regular landings the Ci\TT\IIOOOHEE J/tiwiJiuu; Tt I
In 1ir Cwnf-j ,
OH -ng
: :. 'i ii.,iI.-Fr nk, } i and FLINT KM ins. I lS7i. THE FIRil OF GRANT & CR.VFT baa this
: I has taken the first pretuiam at S7 Slnle Fairs. ;instate IVL'ittin. J ap ly.Large The line will becontinuo.1 tlnon!liout t hover I'nlbOllN l'i on dissolved by mutnal consent.
Corner of Poydrtu and T oupitonla! s SU OrerSOOO are iu use. Ma
NEW ORLEAN, eru..llitlgSugllr Cane. I maintained giving every j'os-il.le fnc-iliiy; to I Ftlix Simmons 1( 1 handicf l). LIAAC CRAFT. All persons in.
-' Bread rbntrr and Mtrcliunts in Florida to a\nil 1\9.\.hllinisul\to. nn f Araouut sworn to :- d, htCtl, and all creditor ore reqncsten. to come .
; Palmetto HP Agents for John F. Toll* Pragon A (COOK'S' SGiR[ \ \ lliotn' l\ts ff all' the benefits tf l-coiieiit anilreeulnr : the Estate 01 iJcnjaiuiu j ttJo.'JiVr. I forward for prompt settlement. EDWARD P.

i Flour. EtPOR.TORI I .oinmunicaticn -vith; ) Xew (Orleans andNew Save tltcciu-id, j Jrillir. G AX rill coctinuo bu.-i:ess at the old
=.. J u me,1. SLh. ,JSi. ,.. 13 I : York in Miippinvtioir! crops to market i :i Stank
I fPIIC subscriber pectfuly! Informs tne.4 and in obtaining 1'IIl'l'lit'The attention of EDWARD P. GRANT,
J- Public that Le h.n commenced I t ititlt; suit i*'L mauf.tctur.1 tho e who are ordering Goods from N:w D. ISAAC CRAFT.
; OllANGllGllO1 HOTEL In' I YOKK, is called to the (.lct I hat they can rfiip i iwreklv ftpIH'arai.-f. the in kt.said day caose ot on Marth or befor.-next the; other-tLLriMt.iI4. I Tampa, Flu Dec. ICth. I860 .5w

I.ar:( Ilieud of"np'riorfIUnlill fi''l" Xcw York by this ".'nte .\: \v:=c jud UKUt by .1.fu:4lt'i l be.giwn agiiin

FreaU Daily, Regular: cu tonics will be lib t terallv MUCH 1.0WHR RATES anti IN' tiL'ICKF.li.! him.
.. TAMPA .F LA. don ft with. I II JI TIME that by any other route: "f \-, WILLIAM L. MeMIN. Fail9 Noticed!
:. ., ,, I f.l FLETCHER.I Cotton taken to New York an< -thro'.ichJilBills l Cleik Cir uit Cunrt.i .
I .
,.. r' I June 20th. if La-ling sine al LOWEST itATt1 LtlUtru IIernai.d C. I i.
EAL ADVANCES made on Cotton consigned'.. u.aty \ LL PERSONS are notified not to sell urkl .
II. L. Mitche'd. FliTH
to us h. s'1Y'I.k an.l New Orleans.! | Atfy. .ofr in sny wise dispose of any of ourcattd .
Nov. 2SLh 13CO.
': I rrlth; ESTABLISHMENT.WILL BE OPEN I,I Cash Under the contract rl'"enthIIle with the| 3m. without our et.CH .t. If they 13". aud .e &nit .
: Lied "._-_ ( ;: -' i ro.totlice Department, the Florida out we will punish them to the extent of to

.; ,October 1:lh., 1I 1 1i Company will dispatch a .teanier to r.ailrol\'II' law. :

.' For the reception of Regular and TrtnsienBoarders. I Has been awarded the tint prerninrn at C7 I| New Oileans every Saturday, from. \\ .\ In Chancery, JOHN CURRY. t S
: Good Accommodation*; and Iou State Fairs. Over 17() ") in "se. Ones: moro i TAID VOltCastor !|Ie'erTu'sJay amf Key W".t every Wednes-1 I Is TEIT Cttcnr CCCKT, SIXTH JCDIOAI. Cincrrr JOHN W.CUURY.ARCIFD. .

f tediaapIeuautpsrLoftb.Cty. ugar UclUr aud I lesa txj-tDse theft any otlie. I day.:. 1'ostmutersat1eyWestantl New OF l'I'':\ IS.SD ron IliLiiaouovonCoCSTT. McNElL. .

J '' O. L.-cn.\NE. er process- I i lean hare been instniet to send mail* to 0"1 Manatee. SE'pt.mber31)t.h.1Se,. 1m
c' -, M'- Proprietor. Both have been' fully tt.te I Tampa Oct. 6th, JE69 tf CAne', of tbe South and ou the heavier canes- .! Beans Havana as Postoffice agent will di p.itch re:I II John W. Waters ) TO SUlDPTIVES'

of Mexico, llonduiai and South America.D i turn mails to each port forwarding all such 1, vs l> Bill for Divorce. TilE Advertiser, having been restored ta,

.*criptive catalogues'sect f-itf-J. AJJres.BLYMtlJ I matter all
: -; :? tf.-: '-JL.LJY DZYAIINSKI' SOKTON k CO, Cinciocatti, O, BY ,( by thijroute.i I A Bill having: been filed in my ofljco ;n tho dy, after having suffered several years with k
or U*.ir agent at JcksoaviIIeFla. nov:,' :i Leave: Tampa going South, every Friday above entitled cause,. and it being mode to severe lung disease Consumption is anxious to

ifJ! ::. : ,o WHOLESALE GROCER OEO. D. ALLEN, Leave Tampa going North every FriJay i i appear, by affidavit that tha defendant resides ,! make known to hisfellowsuffeie the means'
:. .. I( Every accommodation and will lie bc-yond the limits Of the Sixth Judicial Circuitcf of cure. To all who desire ithe will send .
"'D EVERYBODY Florida to-\it,; In Columbia Count 1 copy of the
used free
r"I I prescription ( charge) S
.ft.- I StoDJ TW ESTT.'\:CJBSTS/or a Ortiflcal ,: EltltOICS OF (urJ. afford to Shippers an.l Consignees: by the in avid State. It is h>n-by ordered that the., with the directions for preparing the
: 'CflMMJSON I MERCHANT/ I [ .in PBCkani A Co's Grand Putn- -\gll u of the line at nil points. I.1 a. LJant d-}flPi''arwJ plopl. which same S
; answer luinur will find
: : A t'nlIOlhall who lufTereJ for from or ( they a sure cure for Consump \
; ;. I I buHoocon i'in of Piaoot.Melodeoa, years Your obe-lit} 'M. trvant!, : to tl S
.; : I ColJ and Silrrr Watches jewelry, to-, I :cenous lability. Premature DeoJv ,and all F, W. PERKINS i CO. e COiDl.l1iJ1ut'i(11ilI oa or before I lion, Asttrnalronehtte. etc. Tim object .
; 1 '' valued.STfi.OOO.. ETry rticlUUt 1ICLh..i( ila.- iu May rext or the S the A lter.L- it 'cI.Jr.: '.h i'reriruIan 0ft'
? ti- : I potted ft cnth*> popular$1.00 plan and Agents, I uuuill>>. t.ik'.i :,-co( iftjseiLi t..neli 01' .. 'Ir':1.\1.1Ji" .
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b .. for katI rake uf offering huiua-iity, HUll free to all 2iJ; Caron Mel StreeCXcw Oileaui : 1 r a.' j
I cni.t know
.. not to hi pad yen i J'I'IJ.-jd.l. That 'ibucatinu of tis? '
p order .
-. + .i4 100Ill'atorecel". esandcir. j I \U.o aced it, 1 the receipt: "n.} dircilions fr I. I. K. J'.OHEP.TS. I IIMt1\1 iu I be.-u' t. .v .1! '--Oie; a.: J !1",16 .
J ) I ctjara sent on receipt of 25 cents,or 'e making the simple; ru eJy by which he wa 1 oiiciilnvuj.autr ptL1ishet1 intU's l hone erry tuiftrcr xv.U try uis fW1.ly. u i i'

,: Branch Offices at Qaitmau G eo. and MsJisonr I I for f 100.PACKA11D&CO.. I cured. Sutferers,HijLing to pix-t't; by the ad- 174 Chambers Street Agent, New Yoik.W. Circuit. once a wtti, tarct-raonths. cocbecutivuy. -.1' will coal then nothing and may prove u ble *.
-* ru- I I; v lifer's txperic-nce do ad uig. Parties w-Uhiug the preacriptioo. will-.
Vest CJU so by (3 Fourth Street. M. P.
t' ...,-"Liberal. advanees on all eonsigumeats. CI )&.Ohio. 1 I in 1'IHCcCt. confidence, JOXII B. ')GDFN.Cedw Agent, I Clerk Circuit Court, Uifl ouru'LYONS Co. n. please address '4 -

b .: ,":- aPlJ.i '. 1j j o42 Strctt.; y Y. Tampa F',: J.ictury 2itlj') 1870 g. ''I I WilU.\JlIIJ\1rg.Rev. EDWARD Kings Co A. WILSON ': :1

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