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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: April 6, 1870
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tampa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hillsborough County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hillsborough -- Tampa
Coordinates: 27.970898 x -82.46464 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1855.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1874.
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended in 1861?; resumed in 1866.
Numbering Peculiarities: Resumed vol. 1 in 1866.
General Note: "Democratic" <1856>; "Republican" <1873>.
General Note: Editor: Simon Turman, <1859-1861>; Sam C. Craft, <1866>.
General Note: Publishers: Simon Turman, <1856>; Wm. J. Spencer & Co., <1859-1860>; Wm. J. Spencer, <1861>; J.E & T.K. Spencer, <1866>; T.K. Spencer, <1869>.
General Note: "Here shall the press the people's rights maintain unawed by fear, unbribed by gain."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur" -1866-.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 3 (Mar. 3, 1855).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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r 0 Iir THE g50W. From,the Union.\ i navigable for BmaU'ste&m.ers'.and,8C oon. produce forty .bushels U ,
Cares as
!; rtD..a.'j.1 tl !>'laaulxzareslatlf ; ,....q IreqoentJj
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ap- Department of Immigration.FCBUSHED ers, and inside its mouth many large vessels the case. Tobacco \does well.\ w.O..:j jed
peared in one of the New York periodicals, about theta'aine' "' t. .1
have loaded with ;cedar timber for yield as corn wben ptint-!

tt todty' Jill. !NIRIl88N'S ,80 A 8 & CO. some Wu ago. The author and: subject of : rSBEE THE-HvTUtVISlOS or J. SL, ADUUIS New' York.! At>the ,head of navigationon in November or December;, but sitter '

, ? .....- the poem U said to have been an actress who COMM1SKIOMU1.HEKXANDO this river was formerly the ,home of they do not do so welb Cotton, u might :" >

i' L ,,.. ADVERTISING' RA TE lived In 8t Loots. She was a woman of genius lion. D. L. Yulee: where he cultivatedand be expected,,does as well here u on the -

Cottou ari ox5 and waa pouesaed of great personal COUNTY.Mr. manufactured sugar'cane on a large sea islands. The land, climate and at- .' .

charms. She moved in the highest circle: of scale:, This plantation is now in the hands mosphere suit the growth of 'sea bland .
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V) THE FLOm-EKllfSl1L&B. ANDGENERAL society and otter her sad fell depicts her bit- .of Northern. men,.who are working it,to cotton. As .a proof of*thfi, 'the '

.utP: A. FLOMDJL ter remorse in accents the most touch'ng and Editor.-The following, communication some_extent About four miles south! we yield of this ,staple, for the1 past*three 1:!

.,, ii.-r. COMMISSION beautiful] is perhaps too long, l bur, I 'am not', 'slrik" 'the' 'Cheisbwilksky! rivtr, which years when unmolested by,caterpillar,

ggaara (ooc q Ong 'thetpeoe, of 12 Brek Oh t the slow, the beautiful snow, able to find any portion that 1 am willing gushes'out frorn'nnmerous and forms has been from five to seven hundred Pouiigs

*....,or leas otae inaertion...>...,...160iPor Pilling the sky and earth below! to omit. It relates! to out of the most 11 bold and deep, but short river, not more of heed cotton per acre,and In some Instan- !J

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Oje *{MntM month*.-...__..,.' laOOO ,. Over the head of the people you meet. little is known. ]1'ublb.batd! lil t three consecutive .', ibis rivr was once (twenty, years ago) been raised., But, it seems that'ntoxe ,' ..

Mfaki; is M: dear, .:..., $150 Drayton,Street near the Bay, Dancing issues, 1 yni surf; \vuuKl titlil h. the principal trading point of this country has more particularly ,adapted :thiaa laud ,.

eAtrertfcement*not narked with'tke: num. a Hitting, the attractions uf I till! Union. Tuu :supplementary -' It was the shipping port before the to the growth of sugar cane.. It yieldd .:...

tar of insertions desired win be pattifihed until ,SAVANNAH, CEO., Skimming{ along article is responsive to a, request 'war for cedar timber taken from its adJa- from two to three thousand pounds or I-! ,

tndmd out sad charged jtetiaenteata : Beautiful mow I it does no ; for definite statistical information : cent }swamps, where many cargoes of this gar per acre, according to the 'age' 'tlfe
first insertion.'.and attention given to alt business en- wrong valuable timber yet,, remain. This rivers rattoon and this runt from" fivetoeteren )
t'U; due from Prompt Flying to kiss a fair lady' cheek, lIon. J. S. Admtf, Com. Immigration, ,
to and liberal advances
our care i navigable for good sized river steam- Those,who are acquainted 11ii .
T.' Jacksonville Fla : : ? years.
ebTlecUbleOTFJCIAL mad. upon Produce In hand. Oc20.lyI Clinging to lips in a frolicsome freak : :
oats'arid> coasting sail vessels.in'aU the cultivation of sugar cane' k o'1tJ.h.
&LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS: Beautiful from the heaven aoo'e.Pule DEAR SIR I to
snow give
:- propose you a ,
.. ..... It abounds the fish common to the it is one of the 'most exhausting growltAto
t. ei'iLium JourrLAxaxtTJii an au angel, gentle as love topographical sketch of Hernando county, :
8dl 1: -0-- I Gulf) .coasts the soil that K planted rBCvertheleS,
ft that some of
Th FVari A*Peninsular baring been'designa Oh the snow, the beautiful snow, hoping tbo'many emigrantsto ,'rwelyea; south lies the Wiccawa- the natural land.of:portions of this' ooo- I
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CUllMlRra & CO
this desire home in the
ted M one of the official journals of the Sixth l ., How the flakes gather and laugh as as they go, southern state may of it and a that this chee river;a narrow and serpentine stream, ty, continues to.reproduce; cood .atai dR ( r-

lnfboialtao lt. taus rates for legal advertise- ,Whirliu about in uuddeuing fun, of portion them. maybe which is formed by sa spring; the oason of cane from the rattooD,., >omjlfivfljl to, l
interest to
'" ttttiatt;wiilbe ii tedious: Cotton factor, It l'l.J.YIi in its glee with every one. Hernando some is situated 'the which" Is'about' an acre- large, bat from years without any deterioration t W L ... (1

Notice i of Application for Letter ofA&&tttetratioii ; Chasing, Gulf coast and county lies between latitude on, 280 fifteen to thirty feet deep. .This streams yield of sugar, and that too; ..tttiOdt'd'attempt '

: ; 5 weeds ......-..,..... $5. 00 AND Laughing, bardljt entitled to the name"river," until at fertilizing or"wricfffe
the
15' and 29 30'. It i is bounded
on within about five miles of the Gulf the husbandman.: 'Tnisii otf.taialy i .
'lioStia'to Debtor and: Creditors w; 8 00 ground by t
Hurrying the
GENERALCommission by ; north by the Withlacoochee river on '' :
.'Notice for DismiaM1; ,'6 montX...-.. 12 00> rbeojt widen's and becomes navigable an evidence of the desirability "
It lignt en the true aail sparkles the east, by t the same river, and what is'call- ;
eye. for small'steataers, and at Its mouth there t this land nor is the failure t,10U' $ \i
43Jotic e Of Insolvency-;-...i 3000AriVher I 1 $3-
-** : ,Legal. Notices and Advertisements Merchants And the dogs with a bark and a bound. ed the south prong of it, on the, south by ,' Ltf.Ooogh: water.for sea-going steamers.Tb .- enth year's rattoon 'regarded' a failiireof ,
: .
vill according to the epees theyoeetrpyimi Snap at the onb'.ali that eddy around; the HilUborough river, for some eight village: of Bay-Port; it .situated at the soil, but of the ctne rooft/aSd* ill ,
be charged Tba Iowa i>l olive, and its heart ia a glow miles, and from thence to th'eGulf'eoasl, lo l .
of this and is do .'Ib ;
mouth that the planter 'required
the river was a placeof ,
_
the. number. of Insertion* required, Bay Street, Savanna, Gto.AgetU and ;
To welcome. the coming of the beautiful by Hi11sborough'count, on the'west 1
snow. considerable commercial importance plough and plant in the middle of.the .
it.the rite' 'of.- 'one dollar.per square each. Inser- by the Gulf of Mexico, for seventy miles. during the War as 'a'point for '"blockade when np he will! be prepared for anotlj- -
rows
tl D:' for Bradley'* Suprr Pho j>bale of Huw wild the crowd goes swaying along, -the entire length of the county. It.is : II
: : Una.Digging.! running," and valuable were er five year's seccea3 in the
+;l'o Hailing each other with humor and 1 1llow many cargoes
-v ; ; -- Rope and Iron TIM always OD band. the rang. adjacent to Levy, and Marion counties on landed, both from sail and steamboats at gar cane.: As further nd KrOwuiora I '
like meteors flash
gay sledges by; north I
the
the -and
east Marion
TERMS TO SUBSCRIBERS:,' I'ktiul Fncllilies exleudod Cue on to ibis place. A considerable mercantile eirability of this land, I will &
Snow) so when it fails from the counties '
: pure sky, and the south to
Sumpter on
,
Pa'4hnptmin, '( advance) : :1! : W-50 toiners. and forwarding; business is still) carried ouhere' conversation that occarredixl; long f go. '- __
GeL 14 am To be trampled in mud by the crowds rushingby. Polk, and Ilillsborongh counties. 'The
: 'From the head of his river large The winter suggested to.pneiof tUdj U- i
-t *iUonUn, ;- J :: 1 r.l ISOCarts. !
Joss: nice AX, JAS. a. PALAYO.t width of the from east to '
average county this
quantities of cedar timber have been ratted est and most successful planters in t I
J. KCTLOOB meat To be trampled and: tracked by the thousands I west is about thirty miles and from this '
; ,
.&I< to'I IU .mouth for shipment to New county to subscribe for an agrtculHirftl ; |

,f5. J .'t'- of feet you will discover that Its general shape la ..York, journal, and told him In a Joke, IhatiK :;:4
JOSEPH FINEGAN CO. Till it blends with the filth in the hon iblestreet that of a parallelogram, I lying north and About'thirty?miles south of this river would teach him how to apply'fertilizers !
.
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i.euY a* 'LE a: ATL.; ; Once I was pore as the anow-but I fell! south 'we find the'An clote'river, which takes its of various kinds. &c., &c. .t !

I -; <0<:i ttffi W Fell like the unow-Qtkes arm heaven to hell ; There is no part of the ttatt.'oC! the origin from'numerous lakes in the southeastern lie said "he had no use for them thatbe
CD < > & BABNETTf' 9 same area, which has greater or equal and : \
Mississippi
11'--. Fell to be trampled M filth: in the street ; portion of the county, in the flatwoods had used them Alabama :

,I!..p.. ANDD2n'iMou Fell to be scoffed to be spit ou and beat : water facilities, nor can offer as great variety and not a great distance from ''the but he would never plant larid \j':,
of inducements to and
energy capital source of the Withlacoochee river. Its any more that required them. That his ;
: !H ttar >at I.l ifi: 1 I Pleading, -to particularize, I will commence by' t. ;
course is southwest and empties into the present.plantation (in the Annattalagga -
.r. ,' p j Q1! Wrrchnnts} Cursing speaking of the many water advantages Golf,'about four miles north of the county hammock: ) had been cultivated every yev ; I
.
3i '/ ,.,, RROOK8VILLE.. ,_ ; .r. Dreading to die. On the north rn and eastern border, we line. It is a wide and deep stream for for fifteen years, and no appreciable'! 'dimunition !- -s.1 I

PRACTICE IN TIlE 6TH; 7TH Selling; my soul to whoever would buy ; find the Withlaooochee river, already; navigable about ten'miles from its mouth' but, from In its yield-nor' would'' there be) ; r

_n Jafl1"(Circuit, and: rive prompt. atlen-, .Bug Street, Sarannah, Gto. Dealing in shame for a morel of bread. 'one-sixth of the circumference o f thence to its source i is but a shallow stream in bU or the rising generations' life Um i.; : J Jbut
i in DtuineM entrusted to Jii I. T IDERAL ADVANCES made on Cotton co n the and dead the county and can made so for fully one ,
to Hating ,
lies .Jj living fcaringho -the most of the time fordable. Some should it fail in the third, all they r

'w..w'Dee:.2sth' ..1869.: *TBl New ipitd York to.UK o.l or Liverpool.to oar CorrecponJenU n..q; tnn.;, Rope)in Merciful God Have I fttllfir, low? fourth. From the interior of the county, ten mile south of its.monrh 'commencesthe would have to do would be to take, a. .little .. '. ;

and Iron Tift furnished at lowest rates. oc3u And yet I won once like the bountiful Know. we have the sources of Crystal river Ho settlement of Clear Water Harbor, of more fresh' land and work on." .L ,

1_PH, : WALL O.ice I was fair us the Iwuutiful snow, mosassa river, CheUowilsky river, Wiek- which you'no doubt: have heard.It To be-continued.' \).
awacbee river and Antitde rivers. These I is somewhat remarkable that all the .- .1
With like its ( heart like its
an eye rryxUl a "
T. ,BEBEICN OLIYE11 rivers arc generally about ten miles apart, rivers and creeks between this river on the Lord Eldon's
'I. ATTORNEY y AT LAW Lat. Editor A PKOrretor TalUh.it",,e S.i.tin* glow ; and from six to one hundred miles' long, south and the Witblacoochee: on the north, "Hubsorts Choice.In t i
Once I was love for my innocent ;grace- "Anecdote Book".occurs,t the following ludicrous t
emptying into the gulf at from ten to :
should take their origin from
-. .. COTTON FACTOR some numerous -
.rool' !
> case :
BROOK.8VILLC. FLA.A face twenty miles apart. They are all navigable springs! and others gushing bold- .
: Cumberland
Vitt7 4 for i
Father the assizes
I was at ra
COMMISSION MERCHANTS to some extent and Hume of them to
from and
ly a rocky labyrinthine source
: had'd
VftUTILL; Mother, seven successive! before I a
"PRACTICE IN THE ilh and 6th -AKD- their sources. Aside from these rivers all from the side or near a range of barren, years ,

tllLJudicial, Cireuiu, and will give promptKa4.a.tioY GENERAL PURCHASING and SiUrai, there in a lake connected with the Withla. high sand hills running north and south, brief. It hapened that my old friend ML ,
Lee commonly called Jack Lee, was ah
.. 10 aU'- bDaiJ tal eDtrul1.H0 bit FORWARDING AGENT, God and myself; I have )lost by wy fall ; coochee river (Lake Charliepopka) which and from air!! tn twelve miles from flu sent chose
in the criminal court when
,
of the'mOtit extensive bcdin;
i is of
& The veriest wretch that goes shivt-pu:; by. one coast. j
No 97 BAY STBEET. u"J called on In the civil court ant: J'some 1
was
water in the state. It is about fifteenmiles ;
lest I !
nAM.- ..CRAFT.i'1'Affbrney. '. Will make a wide sweep, wauJertooiiigh Tho first! impression in reference to
(over Wik'Ox,Oibbt & Co.) 'For all that on or above me I know, long and from one to six miles quality of the land is/'tbat where there is' attorney; being by that absence'deprivedf t -

Savannah GeO. There is nothing as pure as the be.mtirulsnow. wide, and lies diagonally in a south westerly such an extensive water border, and there () his retained oousel, was obliged' to procure j

at Law, ntiramenU of Cotton, Corn, Syrup, Wool How strange it should be that ibis beautiful direction across a portion of the must be a large quantity 'of that which 4 1 with another of, and he gave brief me to a gniaea.defend _

Hid...Tobacco. Riee ete. which county. fc such is t the scrap paper as.a t
.. good-and case not onlyon
|JUii;W S)- made when snow. md old woman In action for assualt
liberal advance will be desired.pet This lake seems to be series of lakes
the border of this
extensive lake but
Sftttr ia tIt .ietTh, fcrtie ftk Jiiitiil C1 oaalatt.atioa given to the sal..1 all Should fall on a sinner with nowhere too: running Into each other and thereby crea- In the1 i of tall those' brought agalnSt her by another( 'old woi. t I
short
.'i Prodcee. How it nbbnlil be when the valley ; rivers,
-. -:. ap lyH. strange .night of the fertile '. 1[man. The plaintiff;:had been t imposing:
ting long peninsulars most there is l land that will favorably
't J compare
COUNTY,, 'SOLICITOR; .. TOO ... W. GODOx comes again land between them, and in many instance with the Louisiana or'Yazoo' lands but. I in his arm chair, when some :word! ant t
If the, and the ice struck desperate ,
rCS mow my i log between her and client the latter '
For': t.be'nsaiy of BKaborougn islands which have proven to be the'most location sinks with insignificance my
every comparative -
Office ii Ik*"basement/the Court House TISON & GORDON brain. productive.On to the large bodies'of land 1 took hold of the legs of.the .chair' and fa I
r Offiee.COSTBACniMORTGAGES. Fainting, j fact threw the plaintiff bead and 'heels
MeouatyJtic1 :
.a pptiti the western border of this lake the the center of The
near tbecoonty. principal '
S. 'AKDtli (Dc IrSl15 4 Freezing, land elevated and the i I over the chair. This sort of assault 'ad .
is island
abort aoU t t i 1m mir) swula so on *, hody of this land, lira in the An-
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Instrument draw at jOflUe Dying alone, and some of the mo t beautiful loationsare Hammock five-sixth which 1 mitted of easy proof, and a maid servantof
nattalagga of !
sours: From to lS.'dGCk.1141: Too wicked fur too weak for a moan I the plainti proved the the case. I
prayer
be had within
to the main
on or 'on
is of the first quality of hammock land.
iroa Sloe Ip. m. ; MB aX aoMv To be heard in the streets of the I then offered that a chair should be brought sand
crazy town "
lttltll49.' UjLr island. On the eastern t border 'th "
FU some It
Tanpa. May lies north and south, and is:: about thirteen should
Gone mad in the joy of the snow coming down, country is flat, and 5iuer {>cr0'l with cypress miles long, and from three to five that my old female client place' ;
1... MITCHELL, MERCHANTS. To be and die, in Uirible woe, 1 herself in it, and that the lady (the plaintiff -
; I, : so my swamps for snip right m'I''Q! \vlieiv: f miles wide. It lies between two ranges ; should the chair and old /
overset
With a bed and shroud of the beautiful snow. you will strike th- riv -r. I Ir I ilii.s!I "('!\Kve,?"' of high hills which run paralell with the ) my
(JSTIUUlM> 0(80.TTE ( she had been herself.)
woman, a* upset :
mmmY'A 3LAWf as the people mil it, an1 to be 1 found M'lM l !
: luinuit'ck on either side and although, the
\ still continue bu.inM at the old stand Upon the plaintiJf"s.attorney refusing this
," '. II 96 BA T STREET and offer our emeeato A laughable i incident occurred at the police cattle and hog in. .ili-.Midan; *"', with't'f! )' I, laud i is elevated and, in some parts rolling, I compromise,the witness! (the maid servant) ;

; 7bkttiaL: TAMP,, .FLORIDA, the McrehanU and Planters of IlilUboro court in Syracuse a day or two wnce. The i imaginable I Ra;><.'?!"$ ()f.indijrertv.: viri'.iinand : I you "\"illrery perceptibly discover that it t said that her mistress t the plaintiff)', 'was
(
sad the adjaeent ounntie for tke sale of Cot defendant's counsel was "brow-boating" the some '- 'rtimrbut; : ; this:! H u di. i is an exteu \valley when viewed from j .
$' ; ::.,, torn sad other Produce alto for reeeit ing and complainant daring a ca e of contested owner :always willing to make' uP' the matter,
j """ forwarding Cotton and Merchandifte.We ship of some bandkereheifs w bich had been stolen gression. i iThis one of these hills, the.attitutle of which, I|but that her attorney would never allow
from the house of the witness. lake wi'.h! hut little f'XI't'--!: (', couldbe ia from two to three hundred feet. In
make liberal advances During 1
i:,em tr+epr.ntpt'w.atl.n;; to all buslnaiMtruted are prepared to j her to do eo ; and that" her mistress
the examination the following endued made ea consignments to as for sale in this Marfcrtor dialogue ; some arms ; Is bid
te Jail ears. thought she must do her attorney
where it ii be forwarded to oar Lawyer : How do von indentify this handkerchief at all seasons as It. i is ,
',.. preferred iio\v duringthe project out between t these high hills, but ',
Fls p..Ith". 1-J I
Tampa 1 u8o
friends in Liverpool New York. Philadelphia, ? Witness By ita general, appearance t wet The her do, and had no will of her own
or rainy season. connectionof in instance to obstruct the \w'which ,
no (
i: and the fact that have others like It.. Counsel then "
the
Baltimore. J observed I to' 'jury knowingthat
Jerx"A.:'8stbettsors: J. F. HsxDteeox Botaon or That's for I have the lake, however\ is:! above the bead of it must be admitted, is beautiful. Asa ,
II.. .. -- Having Lad fifteen years experience in theCetln ; DO proof got one Just t her attorney's name was' Hobson, i
like it in my pocket.. Witness; I don't doubt navigation on the river but only about general'thing, the land on these( of I '
ranges '
ENTDEESOJrfc: HENDERSON, ,..Cllllihafl.ll.iICIl that, a* I halt had more than one of the tame six miles, and no falls to encounter to hills is poor, but affords the most beautiful -*!"this good lady has had nothing for It'fcot
.
; t-- in w.laue extended and sort tdeA. Hobson's choice. And pray; then 'get'
Savannah an gentrat reach navigable point on the river for antI locations as''
*! U .. I acquaintance to whom we refer with CUD -- .._..-- --- steamboats The Withlacoochee healthy residences tlemen,' I added, ';'as the good ''woman /' '
river'isa
,A| # .. t:, I fiJenee.Respectfully SPOTS ox THE Sex.-Spots upon the bright narrow but deep stream, and rises in affording from which plenty'one ''of has'cool' t kin"tb"spring name water of," wants no damages, and the cause, f ia Hobson's if:- a/

Wn. H.TKOH.WM. : face of old Sot are said to have again made the northern part of Polk county ,''runs 'Hiir another1' give him but a penny at l'D08.tf
"Spring that of "MountAiry
their and this time look the gati.
ri 11 appearance unusually This jury 1
U.J.UfP 'F W. OllRDOV. you pl ast'I. penny
north
; pUt till it reaches the northern boundaryof from its '
Urge. Through on opera glass, with the eye greatelevatjon. and the When I record that in the same assizes -
I ,'. .;T duefnlly<< piotected by a piece of smoked or this county, when its course turns delightful breeze that are'almost continually I for this
MEDICAL.Examining deeply I stained glass a mark like a pencil can westerly until within a distance of abouttwentyfive the received seventy guineas joke,
the wafting invigorating salt air
aE .
JV5. 'P$40T1iCZ' in Southern and: _. I W stern on the right of the sun's centre at : I for briefs came in rapidly record a fact,
tera CirtyiU theSUte. .. about closer miles by land from its mouth, from the Gulf, which is only about four- ,
noou may
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-fra. ,.1 'f't : -. INSURANCE', ; are aid to [>e n thousand miles in diameter. the gulf about twelve miles from Cedar this bill is greatly beautified by a large wait before professional 1 knowledge >,
: ,,, ,- They are moving off from the face of the sun, Keys, the western terminus of the Florida: and placid lake at its base. long
I but will about the introduced him into notice and buslDeSl; :..
appear again 11th of this Railroad. .
LOUISIANA Surgeon for tho Pension O.fl '
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,, mouth. The growth upon this hammock land .. ,
,; ,
.. Crystal river rises about twelve miles consist of'white oak, live oak, water oak,
from its mouth, and eight miles south of :ash elm sweet cedar mute The iron ramrod did not supersede the .
hickory
,n.ot": "fl.. '. -. A London coroner at a recent inquest declared gum, ,
TAMPA, FLA. that downright intemperance was one the Witblacoochee river, runs west ,and berry, orange", and all other trees j indigenous wooden one until 1742, wbea St was. Introduced f

t.E'l'Q"" u'ITABLErg of the common and besotting vices of English empties into the Gulf ten miles from'the to this climate and which do not select into tbel'rossian army by Prince t

ladies of the higher class He knew he said mouth of the Withlacoochee river. It is t their habitation in the pine woods Anhaults Dressau. The I bayonet wtjs.

.1 nnmberleos instances where these ladies never navigable to its Source with small schooners Some of those preceded by various contrivances, such aa
I Oscar Cheesman wt down to dinner until they had brought themselves I t trees! grow to an enormous
m. ) 1JIIR"OOMrl Y to stale of almost inebriety. i and for three miles from Its mouth I i j.ii such as the white oak, live 'oak and I' an axe attached to the barrel, thea'a'dagger

'.1 t, "HI ... a y v s.4i. .. ,.' .. with Pea-going vessels. Its source is produced hickory. It is not uncommon to see them etc., stuck into the latter., Bat u _

Li sn GATHTBXXO lot.-The business of lee cuttingon by numerous springy all within an from four to nix feet 'in diameter. Quantities this was an impediment to the firlag:k

skit UUL St, W.OELEADiB\ LA Richmond the Kennebeo and Gardiner river,, U in Maine between area of half a mile, producing a beautiful of undergrowth are under these ring :wan added;about 1791, to the bayonet .

&lfjfIK8$" : LIFE PdUCItt;,\.; ble'Quart i- WHOLEALE DEALER IN Large gangs of men are at work unusually and the lively.ice broad and crystal stream, from whence It I large trees, and it is in some places almost I whereby the blade,..instead of.cover ,.

.lirrjr. fVmi ynnanyr, Fifteen.p', 'I'u T -'and Five taken out is about fifteen inches thick and takes its name. It abounds in fish and Impenetrable which 'renders the ) ing :tho muzzle, came.to be: flash with' Ita i

'aI as,1irUJs tlritf)0 t:endowment"' Rites u apparently of good quality. ,It is thought the oysters of superior quality. flourishing clearing! of t the land difficult and 1 expensive -' rim. This, however was 'still l inconvenient : t
sad 4 T9iablo ia3ft amount will exceed that of former years. village is situated at its head and Vakts but f'I for "so' that r
3 aA as aey oonai* y ; the greater part of it can be loading, at length' the
1 .,. ', CROCKERY & GLASSWARE. the name of the river.' Six miles further clean! for five doHan'per acre, which is : bayonet was provided with a neck, a* It fa '

1 au 'I !pH JXLI80N.. Passhient.:I IU i Lraxx raw rat zuxuzxr DAn to insure south we find tbeHomosasaa river, which a trifling expense considering the protlnctiveness ,now. This was about 1705.:1'

s 6-.6-.1.:. WSTGN& VIoePre.hlent;; your principles. against: .the perils of ridicule- U also produced' by and and .
'oJ numerous springs durability of it when ... ,.
11 t*VVT. IV Secretary. You our reason if onceundercnltivatioi. If t
you
1 .lIdI ti I $i. ,!- ..:. .. : live in thecouatantdreadof hcughter t.han011 is ten or twelve miles long ; runs west Its yield per acre of GOD BUI for instruction l s'

'1J1U1'_ .I. _!nO..l, ..., '.",.." :(JOH.'Te13B H J.' ; Tl WarrcB. $t., New Ywrk. can enjoy your life if you live in the constant and empties into the Gulf, eight miles corn, is from twenty to thirty bushels and another fur correction THREEjiorBZ-t-one ami' t

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From thefUnion vestments region country VOLUNTARY RETURN OF -
: I'bI II.rn,, lenIHSul.u t :1 Railroad Meeting,' '' by the 29th parallel of. latitude be- ,A special dispatch/rofipJackson, I -cJ arose Earoclyuon.against** (us Act-a bill P. M.SN'ATE.A theirquihIents' -
distributing1 arms or
=. .' J'! : \:1\ .M5e -3, } g! )wen our.!rincl &l rivers and the Gulf j the Memphis AvajanchefOftbo 2.1st i I jj jjthat"Y ) t JLa day inert as d intrf in ord.D1nOOstor /lo the
-i.2' WDSpLT, APRIL"?oMs.o. .-' _.. ,, .4" S' ',t''our work'Would be;weirTaigh done, and I geriretirne4 prevTous j upon us. From being ,1: ''I r '; r -I f' t "' Cif ,ejhou1dei'iloug l have the clutter! and' and,delivered himself*,top. Ht> the deep 'wo were m Southern 8' froto 1SG1 to 1865,
....
::' 1i1haeit .flftdge Lgb.etIikde; !:' j : rn ttbg-of tteciorporat t. of icraun> ofvthi 1 l locomotive telling as no letter to the'Govehor stating that he on rocky bhoaL near was .' & &

: : ". 1iM tr Trial, and tb *ffoiU"t'harc .t)jie Upper St. Johns,'McllouTllle. Tam- 'words can tell the) ; march' of civilization I I ltamedtbat: the jSherflF'and his' 'waves even but into the nr on cabin our t-1"ThalGk'Orgia bfll\raresnmed.. Drake'smendBierit4o ,
u."orrlefJ'and
:. .cw .l* .J.l ::1 pajandS th Florida 1. Bailrotd, the".ub- and ibetriuBiph'of.'ArjgloSaxon energy. | n.tsand perhaps the Gyernor, gratt was the f.Ul of i itr suprea< authdririn'g"aVasse9tth -

::, Tb practice discissmg'' the tneritsof Jo'tned'* minutes made for\ record We who-live on Ibo ground understand i been censured for llill"'-ettC1lpe aiid Aguin; and :thus and BO, t of the expenses '
werv a '
: : ,
: these facts. :.We do tiot'indulge in wild Hug that they should suffer for it he : ion all that memor from the people was taken up. $o ac- -
eaio: ,
a i fn advance of the trial of any :Hon. Arthur Ginn, Matthew'R. Marks, :;oud cxtuxusted looked tion. Senate adjourned. I
speculation draw pictures from Upto- concluded to return. He also
nor says ad. vc La-1 .l'C&mA.rir' dnced -
J.t1Lcxia3&,1like ''HOnEZ-TbUNrn"vr tt neo --
:; u1khealJ'uDoleWilliamBWaton plan'di'eams7Natnre's lawardo not chang; w rrled and' tortured yoncrt 'b t-pite of two anchors the

: Q he party accused. In and Hon. Jno. W. Price, were present, nor do climates sutTer.p.ppreciab\e\ variation by what Deemed to him unnecessary a g&L iU tied any at- poratin the Indian Territory .and Gulf -,

'. Wi.} v1oOk upon tile affiavita and being A quorum of the 'ator. ;; Tropioal fruits cinaot endara frosts Infringing hidi-ase before .th 'l-6t1rtll we' gativrol.toed at and anchor.another Railroad ; also"a bni utboriziuguli&the Mississippi:ere.* -

hi'the Jlaha&sep and snows, and the tropical regions ofonrrommuu' was possessed pfan ungovernable '" ulu-uUi? had ta- Hon of water guages ,on .
publbhed Matthew.A.. Stewart Jacob ; y ,
pape Jno. the alluvial
Brock, and tributaries, to protect '
can
suffer
domain never cornpeion breathe the'nlr of freedom buFU committed ournclveu to
t1itI jto,(Uio ;tt i lea of iinletter T. Leslie, and Charles Moore, incorporajM in the production and tradq of t these was hU intention to-return,at the rudder band and hois lands and improve th \.tiatgatofl.f! !,iTb

4refred/ $f9 o' r the wind.and mado to bill provides (or i regular system' b'o6atios.ge'abfthe"p1omot1 ->
p Legislature tors absent.! commodities..' IThebuiiding'ofrallroada' l time and stand1 in r>fal.4'JIfhe ha \
9t Q..iICOpo.Jlrtbw' has--general ted the shrink rrom ;JuUrft Jt1and pLiwlwra ) con> 1
Water the
., ,OD m.otiOltrHoaeJ..W. PriDe"vu he-woula-rt ( and the 1
Mexico
: 8t&te against James T.: Mogbee JUdt&th ly been,found difficult and arduous undertakings ishment. ) aground ond the fore merce and amity between j
,
,'. fc : inaaImousJjelectedOhaIrman, ,and. Michat but whenever them' is a commercial I tfn... .vrvCmEpJcsTicB iiBn>o.yable. (Acts UnifiedStates.. bftenooartg! ftby
;"( !; Judicia1' CIrciij'1.. 'i fo ,' iil..1.1,. ) J.,Poyle_ ,;Secretary the! meeting.Onmotion or business 'necessity for' railways, : CHASE 'AND THE ) '.}\1n as a, house on Ee trm ed fetafea to id Mexicaln vet V

b1rr it",1M. .nil" mwrm. -t, ., ..;.ed, ". eid1). 'Corx.1tv. '" :: ;; Matthew R 'Marks Was then, with proper effort, they tan l he and PBESiDEXCT -.-In lecture' recently ( ,\;re'on W' thf land fcVo) until wfi'e the ifa oping the country. *A

.. .Pt Di, "'c Jmp&thy, for UD nlmp 8l1' ele ted'::pjj t'' "the are sure to be built. Our road is, needed before the Democratic Association' tr&f4rh&nL, tlbOl .. .'f'.resolnUon::'wnamtwducedithat1South i .'
I 4_ rwpondect.t Until all of the''fact'of -, and will add wealth to tho State and accommodate Philadelphia; }[rJolin' Campbell:; hky above us, and sev- and West are entitled to more circulation -
!board ,of incorporators.On Lifted by the tide but refused $9.secondl
the traveling public. Let us somewhat noted Book-seller-'and' ; jhejllousq; :
the &Veb before "
caa li bropght1 tho Michael J. Doyle was elected resolve once and for all to build,the road. Reformer in that city, uttered the [ 'the broagnf I hkbof to'usr'xinder and disem a the question, and the resolution! was re* !

'p b lit1.4. ttwrwbt-',It'c Utii4; duty'ofr t- Secretary and Treasurer of aId Com It has been aptly sai-1, "the post of dang ing sentences :: : a Jt.hu. and over waves tern to the Banking and currency Com- '

-the' i4J.l.ZVe. ..lga.a"it, .!. ,u.'I. is the of honor." Int the positionyou How shall the the little bout "And \ *? :- t ( "- "a'1 :* **T
t1.a ,.t. 'pany> TI} board,proceeded ''to' discuss r post Democracy poll; .
ed to land -nd the bill J"J"mltt
-" t..t the bb !S to,/''accept.f any Various i have usignedme, I find indeedthe next Presidential-election, a we efica] kindneiss The rules ,were suspended:
preliminary matters of importance us no JUthj thousand dollars to
1' ,, tr Jotereitea .eratemeDts, 'te 1 .euffi- post of labor and responsibility.. Disputing this vote f How shall we !and received?iu every appropriating twenty
: .
< : taming to orgaizaUon and prospective I do own' 'or fitness chasm that 'nt,rain and because the Sisters of:Mercy in Charleston to rebuild
: it ima GtTvin'ibi1i to .''de lde, 'in as my competency separates the negro vole .
: '
..". %. UIW '-14- ---t '.i operations of the Railroad Company, for this trust-1 can only'say Twill us T There is only one architect quarters' was,t chief their orphan asylum' was passed
.ii' .,Because, one two and utmost 1 luttve '.Boo."ho Governor Holden, of North Carolina!
constant 1
and made the'following orders: put forth my exertions build this bridge-there is only one -us threedays'cotfrttons-
the
: :& bo;; found who did i not .' !: ,. S .. to aid"in the accmplishment of this who can poll this.vote and that they laded us with telegraphs the President to suspend :! "
1.a'tr it' enterprise.I Salmon Chase! nece&sary. And from habeas corpus in that State. bides tel' :,
.crime does
nst fol-
;It.la by_the incorporators that the booksof beg leave to bespeak your, indulgence } and cams to" egraphs a Senator as follows i "We have ; .

-) t nir.Ujitow.ctwo"6r',& dozen-' others did subscription to'the capital stock of: aDd counsel, and the encouragement 'ofmy TAUPA AND VICINITY.A -t.\:*,. .. f\ Federal troops, but 'we want power to

: : :..,..t4- ,--.thatm-! : ,nd'at&.. said Company ,be opened at.Alaha Chaco fellow-citizens, in my humble> efforts eight ernni days with and his family.night' act. Is i U possible,the government will\ 1 t
'
'.'l jMti-by,parties That, -a Judge did not '(Orange House), also' at Mellon ville, Enterprise to"perform the difficult task assigned me. good Tinner' could do a in a strange land with abandon iu loyal The people'habeas to. be whippedand should ,
in hanged.
be woods travelling an ox corpus
1 have the the honor to '
yours, \
: ; ?; not erldfBces! that the Palatka, Jacksonville Fernandi- Business in this City. of the journey yet ahead be suspended at once." I

0 :. Jay JOs ,packed, .unless they are na, Brunswick,, Savannah, Charleston, Very respectfully M. R. MARKS., NEW GOODS. 'who was tells gone that, and all hope you The Democrats voted f iD' a body for ': t tBradley's
Covacevich has
.. ....,: who. .are, competent to tel Baltimore, Philadelphia, New'York, Boa '. on the Cth day of confirmation as Judge of the :
-' From the Ocnla Banner.TTIll ceived a fresh Stock of Groceries back Hunt 'was Impossi Supreme Court to-day. The vote '. ,
: : piatheeqeenta of law hare ton and} New Orleans by' the following I
S ,' we hare Railroad.In : Dry Goods, from New Orleans. See toituLutfctiU the com- 42 to 9.Noow.A. \
ObISTTedIfltbe1npanneIIngoftheL person to-wit: gospel" quells all mur- shows- ;
of the Senate I
in'tlii canvass
,4ss&4aicruUnkhg"! "publte' woulcB ,. the city of Tallahassee, Jan, 27th, issue.. *" was von}Mn the .-
L
; Alaha Chaco, Marks .& Whitner; .Enterprise held of the Stockholdersof \. by*fciiling-vessel, by thirty-five averse to the ratification of the .
."- ofc'j Ila'a'deSnlie! statement "of all'of' Price &,Watson ,Palatka Mo- a meeting the South was Florida Railroad The schooner Geo. W. DiU will earn. ,byl I buggies and San Domingo treaty ;

,.:,,. r0.Ii n. .' .prooe dingsin: : I such- nipan1pec1aflywhenthechargoffraud- rag & Hart; J cbonTi11e James If at which meeting( re were Company present,, at this port from Key'West, on or *no.tinatiln'preparation and field made of tender The Supreme of Court of decides taxes before that [the the :i

IDf Mesirs..rules and Roberts of.the Flori the 10th inst. for the of r our Jiving the payment
B br'B. B. A1drews".and C.L.Mather purpose among
; sale of for taxes under the law .
:. been to J 1- property ,
stnt
,: ,th1iia" beefi'inade. .and' the people' Fel'DaI, Jeffreys,Bro., &,Son;'Brunswick Railroad Company. freight from this port to New York. all this and the serve scene of 1662, was equivalent to the payment, \-
After the organization of Board of
'ri
._ : 'irnilng to aocept the''conclusions !). B/MficbeU and Dr. J.J. Harris : a an itinerant driving and that the subsequent sale by the Commissioner -
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T ,
r- ;:ai = i f.y JT >J Directors of the South Florida Railroad Married at the: residence of the. and replenished!
jfl jJi3aaaM.:.abiojotiijy, oorrect.. W, Savannah Genl Joe parson .conveyed no title. '
j Finegadt ; it understood from the histers greet them with
Company,1 was father Cork the 3d the : .
Ujia : near on by The Court disclaims jurisdiction ,
.araota prefer ;;.that,, ,whole:,discussion Charleston 'L. M. 'Coxetter and 8. 'D. members of the Florida Railroad Company welcome them to a par- Supreme i
:; .had L. P. Simmon' ;, Mr. W. C. ', and lowers in the va- in the Florida claim case of Commodore }
ahdlt
sotpeDded untila trial U tiot : {Co. c1 who .were present, that their Company 3
Aiken & Moore and ith table and
; Tampa, Miss. SARAH J.1SE.CASEY all of \>om set Mead, it having been adjudicated in
sia't / ready to transfer 1 to the Company ,
thattha1eenco were
liiuatIce' TqnIrBi1 to with servant
cm-
: the court after the of 1819.
John New Orleans Spanish treaty
T. Leslie Hon. Wm. ;
; all their &c. with in
t rights County. provisions
other. just organized, ;
: act of the
one Leg- invitiil to rest and March 24.-P. M.-The revenue today |
M. Randolph. of their
in connection with that portion
\ 'i ti last session, that has ginJ XVin AMENDMENT -vsnEiv-On precisely our reception a ; is 8419,0XL( !
Ifesofrftf That bartered between the waters of .
Matthew R. Marks rights
I satisfaction to .the.:respectable President b' aut.borizdA and the of day last_a. report .was. made to J President Grant intends issuing a general -
and he Is hereby Tampa Bay completed portion,I'' ( .\ )r-ersrlf. Awoke to when Georgia and Tuasaremto
portion t>f tt! ;jndlclal Circuit' as,th;' i i0iduDentlyqf 1m- empowered 'appoint.one or more their road. Armor that the body of Alfred she'VIVM, with her sisters amnesty.1_ .. r"_ ;

k f'Judge. Magbee for high persons to" openlxwks of said Company, Subsequent to t this, other arrangements a negrohad been found off the honsu: wan bruit Hecuretl) comfortable and it Answering the Virginia, delegation, the f
in the cities of Balttmore. been made the Board of Directors
ei &Q4 Dildem an01'lf. Philadelphia, laving leading to Ilcrnando, lying in the I 'ooki t4.."beilrtt w President supported 'neither side He }
New York and Boston and the Florida Railroad ;
%v,A d. thqt-eTort, of'the respondent to to authorize ,of Company, of'Roaring Gully about 17 miles f S |(ivIfetafR, egs- said that General Canby's action was simply f
> such persons as he may'appOint to receive at a meeting held Feb 10th, passed a, resolution ; fruits and dowenC '
control: .or;prejudice': public i opinion-. : can I and receipt for cash payment of'such sub conveying "to the South, Florida this city. A coroner's jury of (\. (hat :f'J''JUisilt quilt preservative' of tho peace, and that |
: of the HKterhood affixed] Canny would have been .blamed had ho
: .nd.. tf. 'oeceasary. .. will be. met. affidaVit' for scription necessary to be paid In. ,'? Railroad 'Company, .all their right, in men repaired. at once to the scene., of their kindness neglected the necessary precautions. .ti / I j
-; .Vitpet.itioD; with" petition n' and letter Mesolvfd? That .Matthew R; 'Marks.President and to.the said port iol .of their chartered on view returned the following yeft to their Ixt.t regards," i Secretary Boutwell and Commissioner
be and he is hereby 'appointed lien, and all the benefits of the act in relation rxk'v far our welfare. I
yitb letter ffor the truth of the charges travelling,agent of said Company, authorized to the Florida Railroad Company, ap- 'That the deceased came to his us to present you with Delano were,before the. Senate' Finance .

feiade Mnjotoricuj, and (heir establishmenttyfaxiil ,to receive subscriptions for,stock and proved Feb. 7th, 1870. upon such terms from gunshot wound, by the fkUicg pven. unto bankof:'you Heaven'poocl: Committee this morning, opposing a a 1'''
( ; change in the time for bonded whisky.
caVn'or'doubydbej" not i depend.'onffifc'dottn.inep receive'the cash payment accompanying u may be agreed upon. unknown parties." and bhakeu- together The House Military Committee report J

-pP4/ ,. The. ends of justice i the:same'at any point within ,the United The day for holding the next regular, This Alfred Williams was well irregularities in appolntmenta'fcadets
of the Board of Directors of the BKIXMNO and FAMILT. many
[wUl cot Jbe defeated by bribes or threats, States, and to issue receipts for said cash meeting South Florida Railroad Company is thesecond in this vicinity as an accomplished but say the evidence, very conflicting

udtbose timid' men who' sign' articles payment.Resolved, That. the device the seal Monday of May. Special meetings drel, and his fate has surprised ( as regards the present members! ,
on -U rjitija' hjKch in ;
%hey ,44.pot'f1d riiand.should 'not allow ,of said .Company be I. circle with then may be called by tho President of Rumor couples the disappearance ht o- the 23rd at a Rad Tho House bill making olle'.fear's residence -

t ieiipla>; 1'CD their fears.ManaWCohnly ine of said company inscribed thereinan he[ Company, at the request of two of lair \If horses from Brooksville, and to urge the passage necessary to cadets was passed .f. ,
: A resolution directing the t
., tree in the centre a banana the.Directors. His remarks wrre particu Secretary J
orange recovery near Roaring' Gully, with i 1 11''onl'l:1"iun. : the Navy to court martial Commander
i :
t Marion is in the
: County represented
plant to the left and a pine apple plant
1 \ *:.,. ihit".March" ,: S7tb! ,..1870.I)I to the'right. :. Board by Cot. S. M, Gary and 3Ir. C. V. death. ey -are carrying men In legisla Jon- Annapolis Upsher for was buying passed.hi:::;_sou's' admisaion*"' ? to'. {i ;4

t ,l -PianKSTJLAK.-Sir f The .Resolved. That the Secretary. and Hillyer; Alachua county by Mr. J. H MR. EDITOR :Pleaso .wale up their minds
t t f '' Treasurer be authorized U purchase such Roper and Mr. G. W. Means. The other ll'm Confedercy and Noon.-HOUSE-The Military Committee 1
.quP1Icn D, -,asked_: "Why did[the books as be for the use ol members of the Board I are active representative your next i issue, that on the we can for ourll ltcs- reported a bill tt.ttrih g'two years'
may necessary \ the 'their
; )4iIWunt;,discriminate between Gov. said.Companyjandthat: each Commissioner men. of the portion of the Capt. JoaN MILLER from Key tlt loyal IUb peor h'h;." I say residence in a Congressional District as a

.. Ke4*ad Judge iltfi bee, while the testhnoof herein named, and to be appointed State through which the line of the proposed there will be an Exhibition at the : evening, as for South qualification to atimision! ; to West Point

be send the President be also authorized road runs. \,will ever po to the Annapolis, and asked to be discharged
to to by to
seems strong enough I Cedar Mills, as to tho relative m anti knock1' ior.admis- from further
'It books in which to be entereda Dr. Moragne, of Palatka, is President investigation of the cadet
;
'is purchase are ; I
1 v.etdtothePen1tentIaryJij t > re- latest inproved Sea Island Cotton ivfjaiust him because his frauds.
record of subscriptions. Mr.J. A. Henderson, of Tampa Via' : by intimidatlcn:
t ; office, while .,Judge Magbee under the superintendence of JOSEPH The house Committee on Commerce
; Resolved;' That a meeting of the inoor- President ; Mr. Hillyer, of, Iarioll, Secretary i Ucle. this thing
; : rapeded for c4fep psof tenfold less magI i orators of said Company may be.callet and Mr. I. K. Roberts, of Nassau BLES, J. D. HAYGOOD and that, the next class of: referred to a sub-coininittce the bill authorizipg -

I I 1t1ade by the, President at.t any time, upon five county, Trc urer. LEVAN, to which Exhibition all bf for the'rellt'l pi otuttlon.: elemcni We npr antl-trlb'ltatte8.water t gaug(js,on the Mississippi-,

'. I Tht question is easily' 'answered when days: notice, hi writing, addressed to the An immediate and special meeting of ed are .invited. line for .four ,years. March 25, P. }I.-StS.i.TE-"
Wilson
the Ikiard of Directors
'I" Post. Office of each uivurporator. might accompli tte unny, had never felt
: all tbjugs.connected with-tie.transaction. 1l,',K'.J,' That |the. principal office ,of! at a very, early day, much that would I. BLUMENTDAI. & Co., wilil enter kL.hue than I did dur introduced a: bill.to reduce the.offlcerf
taken into consideration. Gov..lief dwa look like ISM. I si\y let Geurgla and men of the army, arid to fix their
axe i said Company be at, Alaha, Chaco, Or an early perfection of a plan of Thomas Collier Gin; I 13ri Lan aiuendatenU. pay. "
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backed by Gen.-IJttlefield ,as' prcmedio'thetSwep 'Dg,.unty, Florida. operation. The great question to be first JOHN MILLER, the Georgia (Great applause.> LtIt the public joint resolution lands for the disposal of
decided seems to be "shall the road to Gin.. : battles. In Florida Alabama,
}| n'I letter.l.H was also'packed llcsdccd That each absent incorpora- I Jf they de-
; torbe- furnishtd. th a .copy of the Ocala start a new from Gainesville and Judges will be announced at trial.I. 1. ewticn, IRlr..t.ltle Louisiana, Mississippi and Arkansas, uoI -
: ? : ,bGeo.. Krinzknosky, who purported ; of this meeting. proceedings run through Micanopy," or "shall it start 1ILUMENTHAI/ ur" of Geor ial Vhfn I der the! homestead was'discu-ssed, to

; .. to have a number:
; :.. menu to make, and, in addition to .that, meeting be published in'the.-fcWmi Herald already constructed to, within a few Tampa, .\priI5th, 1S70. to .2'i2t1.L) him to buy; session on San Domingo, and ad

I ixe bikhuppoltThgof: all the State oft ; Florid Union,. Senlhttl, Fkridian, miles of Ocala TIn : ..,thai he ran. and one journed to Monday.HOUSE. .
Ji, ii n sidesjhe money he, should havetuadinto f.iir election. I.d'ry; was directed.
Into
fi Columbus the late session it to have been ,to'mqtiin: the expedien4 -
and seems
Inquirer Albany YetC,. City during the past week ) Gixri/uminu ; keep t j
i Ibe, Treasury. therefore he the 4: cy:; Jilluwin? writp < frpq? in criminal .
object o[ our representatives In. the lASi >'nrf Kud rut anil
M. It. ) j? ; 1
MARCS President.Mi HORACE LACY, of Frederl k sbnrg
i 1)OQ14tlust&ln. hb self. to the United
Judge iltgbee cases States Courts
i Legislature, to have secured a provision tl the samoi right. I tell anjd
: had neither,Railroad' men, Federal offiojrs J. DOYLE, See) and TreasV. for a right to start the road from "some. the popular lect url'rin behalf. t the is tho, best law yon allowing defendants to testify on luelr I

;&or money .to back him cout>e
had to. (go.! by the board. Grov. lleedjf The Is thus allowing the people of Gainesvilleand the Confederate dead.l Major LACY i- I A number of private bills were repor
following President Marks' letter HABD-EAIIXED MONET i '
ould back Judge] for the -
not Hagbee ted them
up 4 hill
to the among
Micanopy, secure route in that adversely to the
Mason' that be Magbee had disappointed of acceptance : are further pleased to learn, has taking the abbquAtuLv claim for "'4
direction by supplying the necessary aid I York Revenue Collwo- property. destroyed at Garner's 1
jlecd. Hagbee promised Reed that i if he ALAHA CIIACO HOTEL March f, 70. to the company, or in the want of this the beautiful Orange 'Groon Old remarks that it is bad Mills, Virginia.

> got the Judgeship the Sixth Judicial To lIon. Arthur Ginn, lion.' John W aid, allowing the company to run the road 1 pa Bay, lately belonging to Dr. JA ) .taxed and HO innl- The Tariff: was resumed, wheQ S beiu I

'CIrculuhat he would pour oil, upon the Price,. Wm. B. Watson, Michael J. over the original main track from Waldo.Wo HACKNEY, and other real estate in internal the people revenue of this system coun-; gave notice that he would press a rote on

troubled w&tirs aud republicanize all thepeople Doyle,and others, Incorporators of Die think no tiiuro favorable time could section and will ilcfanltlii ninuwuyn Uut Monday. House adjourned. *" '
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and sustain Reed's administration Upper St. Johns, MeUoni-iUe. Tampaand bu than now, for stirring this question to swentmonfj" goes to en- March 2G.Tbo President
jhere at all hazards By this it is evident South Florida Railroad Company : the boitotn. If we are to have u Railroad early next fall to make bill home' in nshibtants, clerks and Mr. Vidal, of Louisiana, as Consul nominated to

fhat the'Judge was mutakenin. the weight GENTLEMEN :-I beg to acknoweldge any time within the present decade da. We have had quite a number det-igiiing luiul. and puriinanft'to build' up on TripoliMr.Burger i ; of South Carolina;

asd measurement' ;of his own influence, the honor you have conferred on me, in of years, why not within the next two itors from the North and elsewhere t'DOuh to xctwe for as Consul to Algiers! ; W. B. Jones,tof

aod, through that mistake,. be deceived thee 'I rcise of your choice for the chief years! section during the winter in Reed. The old in this
Gor. adage. case executive officer in the important and. re- We are informed that Mr. Roberts is finiplcst power. Carolina, to Tampioo. -j
Is applicable, towit; flllonor commendable health and pleasure, and we hope --.4- }'. (
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work to deliver iron A large
spont.JI that devolves upon iu aipioneers ready at Fernandina, as .-Ifou. C. M. Hamil number of petitions! !
.h. ., even' among thieves. in ,the great,scheme .connect soon and as rapidly as it may be needed. their representations to their following bills for tho for the abolition of the i income tax, arecoming .

.'/ ; CORRESPONDENT.P : ing, by tteam communication across the ._- the great attractiveness of South :' -u ..." '_ I in.

I *- 11' t. It Peninsular, the waters of the St. Johns BETTER ThAN EVER BEFORE.-litePhrenological will induce many more to return Chattahoochee' arsenal to I I "The National banks are lobbying

i ":, "'' and Atlantic with those. of the Gulf of Journal and Packard's them ;with which the was accompanying read a first I against the pending: Funding bill .
f again.
.c.: ;' -: ''We notice hi the-Sentnvn of tho 2 1 Mexico., Monthly consolidated! See the' Cvmmittoe on Li1itary "_The Reconstruction Committee! heard
t "', a'eard of James T.
; 'he6th /'w&YaS !Impeached 'blj; the la&t sense retricte4 to .mere local interests or of our old favorite: for reading the most MB. EDITOBl"UI1 may talk about certain mail routes in. formerly of General Thomas' staff, is ad, :

'atBre/calling for a speedy trial.- I local l benefits. The whole country may instructive and agreeable to minds young c-\b bu4i-s :and ,l ooU ami "6.\ppaililloB" read the Couunittee a first and second the i verse to military reconstruction

ft ,Magbee-iMreU.ware that the last be said, without any;, stretch of fancy, to and old. From its rich cunfents we select >We tort tarn our tlauiks to the
\ jegW_- ruined the finances of 'the I have an interest in .its sptuidy and successful the following : Thomas U. Selby i who wore contributor toward or rn. I, li :!- ot1"e buoys at Mos- is almost certain.A .
.tat iUljr that it is now mysterious cut lloriiU ; which joint (resolution like
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to .accomplishment. For purposes of San Francisco J making that beautiful, .costly utnl elf that annexing
knr tlie/jorUyf? of-.the distinguished of commerce, and inter-commnoieation Mayor with Portrait; J\yrrtiught quilt. The many hauJs Liisieil I !<(1nll time. and Uni-m.referred Texas, which.requires only a majority

,.il ..e got home, and' ,that: to *ry, this line of Railway will supply a great I Mental Requisites of the Artist; PhilosI it nrc thus cxtenilcd nnd flrnddoa for our its reception to 'onunrc.'--- proposed.- : 1',1. .
friendhhip '
he entke I islaturemust meet again desideratum, 'and a practical want, whichis I I phy of Faith ; Henry Bergh, the philanthropist I memento1* of the doa'trs;; its mart;stitches part I I' C'bUJ-i and party are in General X("". -

own expense;. becauso< Littl efield more and more felt as the extraordinary I with portrait; The Double Adop- the nnmlxT of their gmvi words for ns ; 1 .riiv'd fromtheir uuroyuig RigiiiONJ( >, .March 21.Governor

is nafe the slightest degree interested in I natural geographical and ,Ihnate, advantages 1 tion-a domestic sketch Life in China 1 ors teach that till shonld llend! in one I I Dtuing'tbeirabsenc thousand mile, and. Walker.aad* General" "Qanbr 1ez4anj4

i .the.Hoo Judge's? fate. Knowing we say, of South Florida become better I' with illustrations ; rtAnd hiinuonioiiH equally whcleTlts to!the line tfjnari-s rf dnt'ami that all' townships most of web letters to-day. They develp nothing
Tho Dust Il
1 : all these facts'Jtagbee demands speedy known alid. j Inthe ,Air.i; and I new and are mere elaborations'
,. a appreciated._ I ''with"the.vrbol world ; its innt'crifd; j overflowed lands'ex- of prevIous -
,trial vbea he kiowa there is not in the Jt will become oar,duty, in 'fhe. promotion JPhreno-Magnetism ;; The Art of,!Engray. fleert of the "{' :Shepherd's ftock ), ant rk./.. Sugar. would 'letters'The'dty was qnWuniafternoon thfi

:utcraot things possibility of it Now ofthe interests< committed to our:.Ing; Nathan C. Ely, Pres. Farmer's Club t, 'serve Ilia' n iriiosc' ;'its construction, a I| \..tf drained. for Their trip when JieB. Soott .th.:colored

-we did feel sorry for the poor devil becauseI I keeping.to disseminate, iu: aU]} practical,'with portrait ; Capital vs Labor ; 8. 8. i I, ftfk-r makes log character builds,'the and cabin as effort, M net'. npo .-Inilr''well ntletU. they are leader flCahoon'8poUce, was captured.

___ I I" felt he!:was doomed to play the part of I ways a correct and sober statement, of, Packard, with portrait; The Governors ,gr.lt reqn1t;, I It was in front of'Scott's house that' tHe 4

\ .pui tab towhak, but really this new feature .the natural advantages of our section and of New York; 'What'Makes Good Wri- We came to Tl1l1lpGHuDdu a cloud ; Hh tis< lu\' bad a f R'OO'e special po1i man, Bush, was'killed last 1 1It
rf this startling effort of injured inno-' the solid inducements to. settlement andinve ter; The Modesty of Genius The' Tery dverst. tircum.'tan'e& But now, 1 frntinfl all* "A. toarnA- night. As the police approached"the' 'CIt .

I---: e0oe. Js ,perft'CtI)? refreshing. Pshaw !'I >t'nenf of capital. If the capitalistsn Swordfish, illustrated ; Prayer and; Phrenology Keys different was! liy rail from Lake There City to ( ful pxibbist of the 'OCCA-It t ty Hall with Scott, an excited crowd of I II
a pleasant trip. of the Ion
we shirt, who
I :\ .,_ James, "go to the barber, met inks you this vast and extended country were etc.- Price 30( eta., or $1 a year. 'on the Efai Lroxn We sailed h'iuls in bui'-ensionmost; I whites rushed in, but after a street fight

' .'ar oJ.mxrrellous' < hairy-. .".Hvnticelh. '. GaIttk. I duly informed of; iho,certain I and ]IlerUl&- 8: R. Well, Publisher, 389 Broadway, uniler'a.Ii'Lt breeze ti lwo.came, in t'lh biig-cqur. I Scott was "safely !landed in the City HalL
T ,,:, nut rcuruniparativly ; euull l .in-i New York. .. "i.- |Ancloto K-\' Saturday Run down. and steady procucw un- i I Cahoon bait'Hf!!:c 'adhcnnt? in the third
t fearing k-at they tlioulJ have fallen upon i : riKx>u of the town.-..* statiun'house..1. .
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On lade'dey.ecems!"i iOnaamel. ,_ "' ..4'1 .1Philipe&AUen's _w . ,J. -,I ,, .' TOBACCO. t \ % t' "
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'T'r1i"' a:t il 61V' : :;' I. >JI -. FancySptiag B4lmorst' *i S'kIrb,8kIrt T rtij,, -uI. ttb 1 1": l'I ::1 < ; Blnme .
JJSoatb.of Trimmings[ 4c., Ac.: AkK>, :Store ..... .:. .. 'j,

ss.10heree.( .'and flea :tmllet- CR.O pI.Jd)1f'_RY .' "
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cw thereabout& east 01]1unP'oJ3ar.. Having removed to my New Store I am now '/t.. .
. 8aa.n1liAg liodse and fra- '? : .. 'AND, / T.H ; JUST.REOE VEDBY to furnish the public with any -

Jie.-t.a;'and tarns re.M' .the-Qatey., Plana; ; ,.. to TUST RETURNED from the Markets 6f New Yori.O'UladerphU.'Boston' .and S -.fi Orl thing they need in my line, and cheaper: than '\ "
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'.Ti p.r1R'la. April 6th,1970.F. .. ;tI vPBE3MlTflI' PLOWS : SH1RTL'd E., A. CLARKE & CO. Irish Potatoes. Onions Com Meal Grits Soda- I';
AYEHY HEETIXGS,
rThe' OS..v'ABRJS} DJS.VD/.S. STRIPES, rmxrs, OIKOHAMS Cnekera, Cbeeae. Coffee, Lard. Salt .Starch. ,
'f" liHo I a. LINSEY UTlRXlIOJfESP. ; YARD'&c..... Candles, Mstaeeshot, Powder. '. I'-.
F.: .! for. : e.\y York.: tQ ,;"...Maikel'Prioe. l will be given for all -- -.. .- Epeom Salta.Wright Pilla, Landannm Pare r :

mHE I strong 'and :'fleelt Schooner, kiD-r-;: .' I gcrio east. Camphor. .

k ,_ 'Tampa_ GEa on or W.about DILL the"will 10th be in 1m't..; 6" Latest <; S i;t y :lf e'MTl! ( Dress' Gxoxo d s, A' line' Assortment Calicoes, DeLaines TDi-WAEB r..u.'r, KINP3.HABDWARE ;; I .

ti. reedte'a' '.a ego of CedarforNewToriu. C 0 u nhl-'Y; ;[4 .: :puce. Challeys. Alpaca, Bleached and Brewa --;-
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hipped to and from New Yvrk, cheap, eaa do 0'. 'La: FREBEt.E. Such as Lawns Cot>ibrice' Jaconetts-. Swiss, Challies; Organdies, etc, etc., with'a fnT aseortmeat Brown and White I Kentucky.Jeans Hickory ,, I.J I" I

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.: Alhambra Plaids Cottonade Ladies HATS, TRIMMINGS MILLINERY GOODS. Etc. ..
100'0T1'ER '. WOODWARE Calicoes; shirting .: jSheetiDgR.
AanBTD nuns,:Tweids, S INS, .". I:. OtmaburgB, i-
:' Amotikeag Tiokinff; Ownaburga BT ti t tWANTED<; LDOZ.CHICKENS RRT.'F.. Linen Bed.Ticking, !
w'Domuatiei, Fish Line. : fickory Stripes .Denims, DeLtunM 'Ac.A _
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RECEIVED .
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JUST t > Claas 8tore. and at ricer which "iU astonish I
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I l. oS.CEBIE3,- ,' such. ,asFLOUR. .. ; ... ) ... '. (, .: .... :25 Firkins, of" Prime. Lard. 25 Boxes various*'* ., .brands T .. 'manufactured-*. s r.> Tobacco n. / : E. GRANT. I
; Tamps _
1.i' r" February,9th, 1870.P.Ul : '
1 :Cheese
,_. 'L.&Bnr.,.'. .. 10ble of:S. N. Pike's Celebrated Whiskey'B .
PoundB Sided
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I COOO of Clear Bacon, -
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1. auxT: Cua .. ... Starch.
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.....,... .t .'...;e., '" .!i"J ..... .. .'. ,.. 10 Barrels MaM Pork, COO buBshels Prime white Tennessee Corn. NOW OPEN t

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Pjekles
: Q",4ta.S, >>d ;i. ...:w .,* .,. GROCERIESa' 41 "0';-';) DOXes-' -e::stem:: R. --11 Cheese,miCscrve +- 250. .Bushels Prime. White and, ,Bhck Oats.. .
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"COFFEE.,. f'I! \ .
f: t4i. airs t", r -'"r '00. j 50 BOTM of Kerosene, *' '4 :
40 Sacks of Rio Com'and Ltigtura Coffee. ,
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.. ,_ .. .sUGAu.. I. 1 25 Banx-b Irish Potatoes ,
-t': :iot14/ M I.i111 30 Barrels of assorted) ; Crackers, Cneken, /
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., -- 10 Kega'of Powder: ; .j -* "1-tl .' "'"* 5) Dozen of J.: Leverett's: ) Area, :

I" ,'r.. .1 f TEA' 'e. .rJ1 Q V2II ltQ .t.l lerosene Oil; 'Tea, Coffee, Sigar Cindlei J'' /
f' .D" .IJ 50 bags assorted sizes Le Roy Shot, 5 Kegs of Oot>hen BatUr, I

1: All of whtc1i'! 6ffered for Bale .. .
are cheaper
JUST.OPENKD: ,. AT THE 'STORE S Lard Pepper, Soda, IDnitwd Spite, Cittdy;
: than, !._ ..'any other place,Jby! wTampsl .. .. j And ia fact Ir.brge an'd varied Stork: Jet 31 i if. -'i 71''! .. ." i ip .. 71 f >, ,, 1 t
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'I BLrk'I tor.PENDURG, -0. '' All kinds 'of Smoking and Chewing / I.
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JOHN JACKSONS. !
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I \.. "1 "s-:. UIJf \...i'yt Bend Per Stmmer Laraec from NewRLOCR. Orleans, I fc r I ,iTo <' HAVING OPENED -MY GOODS I RES- I .
, .. ,'. t: ,- II V 1't .:.. WHITE CORN snit thd'wanta.of1 people all of which has been! 1I"1'leet d with the grrate of care, andvriHbe9oA.4ylEAP.FOK And we wilt 1 cx>nitaue>to receive by each invite my friends and the put). I .
r ..' j "p .j, I' D, .; O'R: ". & :. COFFFB CAUO? 'Call and Es-vminoou* Stock\ an.l yon will find ulmoet, anyi: steamer from New Orleans'and New York additions lie to call aad examine before porch.iin p Elea- "
.1i.. l- .., .. ..CM\'DYo.CLARET.WINE. '. thiDg'l n w fat;and we win guarantee. JT.U svti--fii; tiou ua our goo,In are new, fresh and staple, to our Stock. Give us a call at the where. My goods .having .been bought., fur' -
fa. uu/. -. '. r. t SOAP*. 1CACCABONLVERMICILLI a't popular prices. CASH they are,sold sS. low tie any can- be / I
''I ,, 'c. + CHEESE. L BLUMENTHAL i CO. Blue Store bought .la rtiis market Nj stock. of / .
.. 7' ? "' -, BUTTER, :LARD ,:
.. .. .. Mstrhm. Pilot Bread Trench .Be rd..
.. __._ 2 'ButLu r And we will tell you Goods as low as they can :
Crackers Pickles Buckwheat, Onkns Ae.< DRY ;
; GOODS r4 .Sf
be rurch ased in this section.
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.IJT MtKf JLjOttOJUr ,. h";,{ / : Is the largestner brought to Tampa conHts -
.. Ijil1. *. { f 0' !) ,4 On BASTER1N-COUNTRY PRODUCtfat in ,
;'-a. 'H'i: : ::-! J ( ing part of
r ,,,-"," '* i- .: > .-Jf "' .1." ; I I' : d., .' CASH,PW ES.TampaOgt SILKS PRIM -,LAWNS, GJ GIIAug.: DE- "
t ". +..r-, J" -T -1 i :! .'' SPLENDID $TOCK OF 29t7i1669. ', ifVitluablc lathe.. Flannels Shirt Bisotns, Cloaks Shirting I
yr. fr. -, ,iJl'H'a es', ., ... ';' : Shawls Balmorals,, Stocking,- Carte 1'11.' TJes \ '
t* ill -'r"" ;. J- ..i ,".-* .:;, ,'. 5000() lbs Of. 'FJacc ContalsslnK Or. Hoops. Gloves Hood., Nubiu, Collars ( :.
Hides
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1 t ..... ."J,, .4 .u .!.t J .,11 ,;o{ '.;.t rl JTinware: Dry Ac ,Per 8Rlc.A Sheeting. Pants Cloth, Blanket, :Mournin.
ange ,
.. } ; -= ,' .. VwaiTEST drove t Goods, Ribbons, and everything in this lineg
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Deer.Skins; : Valuable place situated on the Qmlf Coast
Ladles Dress ..
... '. -" Y !)ilO'ii ; -.- J, Jl just above Egmont Key. is offered for sale Goods,

,- .".- j ":.He keeps ooartaatly ,on, had I PRICE r.i II), 7.1 BLU.JIE.\TllAL.f: i u upon reasonable terms;: Upon this place therein of every description.Gentleman's .
j10itulo22:0 I : A fiDe aesortt eat of,Shawl.. Blankets, Flan 135 acres ef laud, 25 first rate hammock.11UO .-. ReadJ. ade Clothing,
pelt Calico. Sheeting! ,'Shirting, B.lroorals .1 Orange Trees planted out tdDebeari.ng.5'JOO r
F4 ." .=I .....P otatoes" : :: : ,' Stoikings. 'Osnaburgs Jeans Tal>K- Orange Trees in' nursery. ,Grapef* Guavas Fine 1OQS'c.: Shoes,
,. t Cloths Denim. Cocoa Nuts & '.
; .f*" tag _-Jj > DeLainw Pacts Cloth, Al -
.. .. "'i" ,. For further information apply this office. t
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< ; : : / >aecal Plaids.Stripes. Hickory Lin en. Hand W1zk ted. YANKEE NOTONS
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;:;: :'f:" :,:'; lGlii k ens. ',&cJ. ttrthtefs Calicoes Veils,Ribbon, Collars,Cambric,CloTti, Merino, Lawn Drillings" ,Jaconets; ...Gassiiaere Mister A'valuable place For situated Sale.Iou. mile west of LADIES GENTS CHILDREN'S':3 HAT3 ,

.: ',," i.' \ ;; ; I Tempearipplyittbia j/ ./ M-'l: All kinds of Furniture
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:- In his (Orocery Department can. always be found OmCE. ..
BLUM fcKLOPPENBURO. sItiN March 29', 1870. .. ... ,
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.' FLOUR..! all Grade* 250 OTTER I '\ ; ; ; ',' .

.'.Tampa. ;1lareh Z9t1i,17o.reoetved Salt. Conr.)Beooo, Pork, Shoulder* \ Alno X PIUTURK8 lIB N 'm &&8W4 D' a

*" sfaekerel, Mscearonl, Vermieilli Fancy Can- .... 7C
. forS Bllle dy.Codfisb.' Freaeh Bread Pickles, cTonr For; .which We pay!the highest Market Price, I, BLUMENTR.YL & Co. T nndcrsigeedl'hue o rthh OiOOJImJiT-W! Amm"'
Crackers. Soda Crackers..Pilot Bread Coffee, ) \ t
; la per Steamer Lava :. a large Green. aad Black' Tea. I V l lof. wILLOw ARE'. .GLASSWARB. ,

J Book.o(,Piy}iaocs, which: ,we am, offerinj. Butter,Sugar. Caadlts. Match. So L <" .4..W.ran ..: -; &TOVES' .
i ,.r v vest;19,-prior., "'!, EL-- oJ da Kerosene Oil, Syrup c Lye,CanaedFruiaoPa b po 'ladiotlOn..,. Monday V Vednkatqrdays TN-WARE, toUThFR1'r -

BAOJNl" 20 oeat.Lpetipo nd. ;, '.r. Nutmegs Sage HosUrd( Sauff.Jfilk, WANTED. daJ'A 's & JOT the whites.br .- Bridles, 'mcLeUan1 Saddles, ,Io-.
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i: a ... '1f Vinegar Pepper Spiee, Dried Applet and i Tuesda.Jr,and ,i< the-eo1ore4/ "! .... i' ,
)[ESS. FORK .at 20 cents per pound. Peaches Lobsterv Peeans Ruts Cheese "" ', Rifles,. Shot Guns and Pistolv .
V" "'"t -E..H. 'TXLER All kinds of Stationery and School Boo .
CHEWING 4 SMOltINQ ) '
: TOBACCO l -r Tampa March 15th 1870. 2w Initial writing Inks Ac. f
| HESS'WBK at 18 cents per pound POWDER, ... paper. ,:

..,"._": .-7 ." J '.. ', 1[ .LlAOt' 500 Deer Skins Paints and Perfumery, : '. I I -
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t20 cents per ponn4.J .' CAPS. r'l, \ Smoking & Chewing Tobacco '

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..r'J U'J'IV An sssortroent of Messores Bveketi Cigars &c, -
5bca Broo mi
) n.t4.u: .-..... k.re.'per .. ..L yy'f JI'i: Axe-IIelres Palls,".Tubs, Sin., D1 ,,Br.r.fitE a llIA.Ld: ca rpDE PUBLIC'ARE INFORMED THAT FINE MERSCIIAUM PIPES:
se !
ti i .. yo: it ;,f .#.i_,.. ""sl oil ;1 .!.. 1 NAILS OF ALL ..IZUColeeiPott.'nD ,'-.in ; ) c.. ,It ,.. ) lie JLI have purchased the entire stock of cat- I ; 'i.i -

# Also mdla f..u. aizea.d19, poa.. foti.L.,'. i Paav; Pint add Q..ra'.Cn,iPeeket Uee belonging usW any t.i of JAMES those cattle ALDERUAN.without the Par per* fine QJ3>. .BYB 'inSREY, ALE I ..
....a 'J arL heal sri es .
., .1 wra '
i.1. KnivMTabl.Kal.e: .
GImlet.Lek '
w mwhiou W .
r n": ; !) V ft i Y my agcnU previously had, will]) be CHAMPAGNE CIDER BITTERS Ac.MEWCJNE3
AtI'or"'b1'ftJ..4?' -.l WI.d .HUges. Potwars, Pens,. MBS." N.edte.'Aie; if, I prosecute! .
.'Cb HI' yrBLOffiRTUP'Pir... .. Ser w< aad Tacks,8poos.,-'Iroa.. I .
c .r.---r V : '221l"l8'7O',.. .,..f'1"-1". _, ; /t. .r at: :.4. ? 1 BraDdTl.>TA'Urkd ..'d splftoald; I. saeertaest of" ,/tIC.' '. -"... :' .. ," n I' Ji' '! ... .. Tii \. h. l, 2'H. ly ; ,_ __ ,JJqO"I SNUFF AMMUNITION': Ac, 1
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;a W mitkeyt : In fact everything
t ::tAl. i :.1\1' It/, ... Tampa: Cedar Mill.WE ,
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&. ". }.t I\. I. a: 'Lemon Syrup A Fresh supply of .l iI ,
.6JI1"w1lJ 0 ban _.' t !Je:" al w pbim' .f < ,
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,' OOOD.. .,;CYPBF.SS. : '.OM Dum r. I J1)81rrur. ABENQW, AS HERETOFORE prepared to purchase CEDAR at our Boom, for whih A ,Good and fast tailing Schooner W GROCERIES l, f
l' OO'OO; v Uiw -- '- TERMS CASH'OR COUNT PRO{ will the)highest Market Price. We will .. I -iabout C "burtivpn. In Ofd'T '
J ? ; pay only purchatw good: r W, *rto! of ', good; ALWAYS OX HA XD. .: : j jI \
_I. LS.! ::;I. .If'Q''LrE 8; anal: '
womw, straight grain, ash as free.from knots and roU.as po&sible, and to ineasun not less than onallrtn. Nail been ccconUr! o' .
i; w .-..LtrrIb eGrLcF; .,:E..., "" --.... If "DUCE. Seven inches square\nthe, lower end ref kadl Wll\\ be.old re.onable, Iuma.j .- .rillP.t1.! ,h, Jl'.i/. Cu3.'t pricC3 fii.# t 't 1
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A .'.::!;, : J08teJ. ,-' dt4to nm. 9 :: i-fr'O' T-. Y ,'-:8': : I I.w II I I DRUGS & 'J'L in B1P the'City PnmTa of Tam Notice.ainst, J; :J :t

: .... Iowa coat orerD,044V; >? and the aamela hereby n + tie L ,
Official papers.2of wad tate of Malcolm C. Peterson late of lIeU
i :,; They are making maple sugar in Ohio. 8HI r G &&lACHlNE,1, l b*recorded on the ns no County, deceased are hereby sotifsd f .

"'.: .. N NewTork"dtyT4 1 tlcalzZirtg-X01) Q nies' to t I and that the Oerk no. top nt them duly authenticated to the .wag
....; : Kansas. .. !' E.\VINO''RE D of thin order. de rsIned within the time pnaeribecl'bJ": law, '
I I.t Ii I. :My NEW STORE or oboe, will be plead in bar of their ra- ;
.
! : William Cullen Bryant. fis said to (be .i for sale, a Urge and 1 <,< COTerpeI1IOD8 indebted said Estate j
I '. ";" worth t ; I are to come forward and make tmrxiit -
a5OOOOO.About ecteJ aMortmetitof _
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"'...: : half the currency. in :Ifpvcr Is II III 1 1I "Or MetHclsies Ar... of the Circuit:Court,' pry JOSEPHS.WALL., ,..r ,
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Chinese coin! s: ;; k OS* log in paror vizHembiods the and State aforesaid, Brrotavffle., reb 10th 1870. 'Adm'iJAX. -. ,, -V
articles, foregoing a cor-
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A monument to Prentice fa:ifo posed 1: irres and ?
'. DL- tHALLINUROtirS order now on,record :
; : |Ju Louisville\ ', C ". ', : Mrs.' Allen Hair' Red' .C.OflrECIOR'S, SALE. ; t

,:;'.' .. Philadelphia tau an r Intl J olplan't ,T i' Ini Fever and AgueA.NTIDOT3B Hooffland's Kathar oa, Jlol my hand and and of \ '.

x .- JUght 'Socle\y.\ : .'', :' .;;; !-\4 WrightV. Ajrea', [ ] ,1L 30th.P. 1869.LYON- ..1 t '"'"
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---.. Maine haS: spent :21,000,0qa.' Q\-for (its i; *iwiyi tMM IY ,.y't l stocks, Holloway's Co.,TU. B y YUTTUJS OF ATJTHOBJTY,-VESTEo' ; 1,

: _. ?2.miIes'or.railway: -' r_ ;2 ; p0LHE T J.H.dkIfte has beam'befcre the PuhUatflssa in me by law I haYeNthis day levied rfla -

A buffalo heads its conrVrep$rtB : I yean, sad U t01 ahead of all el>tee A varlet of and will offer Jot ..Je,in >froa& ; paper ;; Door in the City of Tampa, on the fith
"Halls of w I; kaowa --' -. Ik doM trot porg, don I' E R F the : I
Justice. day of April. 187% during 'legal boon X ;
\' : Somebody: dies on nearly every pigs i Id aloha fife itosnaeh, la! perfectly. .ia i or demands against sale. the following described torop rty- ** lab t.
stloTrir, 7 dun sad ttnedst all elrewtaooM'' aa... Truk', Guys, )late of Hernan- ranch thereef. will b* fidedf to 1&IW11b6 ,
of Garibaldi's: npyeU! c t. 'iltlheenlyfidleia.tlWvafllOYRiI -.. ,m.... -1' are Hope hereby, notified to State and Comity Taxes due by. the partis .
i 4 The New-YprkTritors-aresaid oe at : ,.,;' IMMIDIAT8LVU DalUy's Pain I within the owning..., for the year 1369 ana,back taxe*
LATELT JTCCH nCPEOVXO-AXD ins NZW ,
tote'ratexf two a j e&- '', P-I-- -t1r .., tee.'d JWIIr .i Radway's. Essence Ready of or this notice will be for the year 1869 that wJ b. t; i! ,

f- 'I h Ape,baaan U is ft perfect J'<-iT" walaela. ; and all persons BanyE.A-8WlofB'WJ"ct 3Q ;' :
( &nea8Y
/Scalps# e, verdal lothe8'ringer; Killer Hem oldta requested to 'make Banco 16 Township; and N .Wt 'W.t _

oi 'WhitestPolish In Tex8.8. ,, Bold br all aleRailte. India Cologogue ;,, See II, B 16, T t9; containing TCftnna fr,

exiles arf'gviag: the most brilliant man's Drop. ? M. GARRISON.., AWII.- -'-K". J/A-8 E 4 if 8 W|Serf' 28;. --

.. Improved withP.oweU's.. Patent Double Cog- RESfillfijINI1 variety of Worm : 1870. 8. T 88, and N EJ of.N E4 8 10, B 2L T28. :;
l .. balls in Pans winter. RIVERSIDE I' ;
jjbjs ,; If wheeb, and/the Patent Stop are now nnqnestioBabryj6ir ExlraeU, Culoroform : M acres. 'u ,
.Solitary jcoofinetp a it has, Crazed, nine superior to any appararoa for wash moat .'tery.anJol.. I tasting ..-.1:.:
\ ing-clothes ever invented, and will Have their ;SUis, RC-Lota 1 and S, 8 36, E 15.; T ...
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convicts, Jn the. Detroit prison. coat twice a year by saving labor and clothes. AND CITY comtaining& acres. ,D.' ,_

Wulres are inconveniently{ ,numerous Is Southern people who have used them testify will JbMkez; WID.'B-N E4 of Seo 2, B**, !_ r
I present my N WJ of See 1, B 16, 'T 29, 8 W of NEi. _
TViaconsuu aad
of follows
some parts : :: n u : Please call Honorable
r OYSTER ,SALOON.Mr. nr to jte 8 E of N W 8 '
t 17, B 19, T 89. and X: ITS*
The 'orgMrilemetfs hats ''They save three-fonrtm of the labor andand and be sure to buy of Hernando C -I \
faring style, : tBEij. ltd NlofBW.t,817,1i18T29, ou.
both in t
for themselves
\A said .to be of;mbntroat:'> ejze.-" ,,* 1 ant. (pay: Let every young lady mftneyufctentment learn GUSTAVE OPPENHEIMER having -B.. and' discharge d.o.u- taiuing il: acres. ';;" -r

Fire pountie 1p '4'4soonbaive slzty; tvo to Md them,"and every''married one keep them purchased Mr. Johnson's interest in this 11eo1't1 'Lee. T-40 acres of Tand. .*- .

t 'breweries between'them.. Y.." -'"' r in her house,"-Aha Menus Picayune. Saloon to and entertain nicely rented customers the in same first is class now style prepared July 40th 1869. ( W. WALL., Loderio*, Lorn- r-1'vessel.iGoatre 1. oH .

: 1.. "Joinficatfon"JaJ. _;u,ttusae"ofV'new'' "An excellent Washing Machine We havetried mil serve during the season, at all hours Oysters Administrator, Matthis, Fanny AT! of" N EJ Sec J BzQ I
it The Clothes; TV ringer is very superior in Fulton Market Game. Fish and 1869. rat T 40 '
style containing acres. :
; town I in Newton county Mb.u band will wash number of ::U 1 r j ,
A good a large
all the variety of a well selected bill of C
'pieoea.(j fa few hoa>8."-JZafetya (.: U) EpiI- :, ,11 j
Vleicmft l ;
,.QueepPOO :> ftGr.tloOOO, 31dAodtal..+ prices for all dishes have been fixed at a B. C. LEONABJ, t

ro. for that "second, uabttq n .I eoptrl"The ilochine is,no humbug but 'a neeeaiiry moderate Tampa figure.Jan. 20,1870.Give me a calL 6m. ice.. i Tax Collector Hillsboro county?:: I. -

'WIutBtxe'ti e htJ, In'illd\ (lil1' in trttsyleaalj'. Qtoryelmm (Ar.'C) KateWe ", Tunpa' Jan 4th, 1870. '3111'L ..|
round at both 'M1'fQ\-b.: & I will present pry I

.* would not part with it for anything, and CASH FOR HIDES F res" 8s cad. to. the Judge of the Chancery. -,- j
bas reacbpd ,
And bdJ'DIpU cleW'mti D b n be compelled to do,without it."-.\JfurycMtotrnW. ; County Florida, Is THZ CrBCrrf Cocas GTH JUDICIAL Cxxcrxror f
tfaermot opt rrlzz\td d\-.a\ ( Ya..) ,oaf. / disc Largo 'tram the FLORIDA xx ASP FOB MISAIX COc TL
f Will pay IS cIA pr Ib, Cath.forgood Dried CAKES J ;' late of said
e. A. Ohio! fcratrforoaVgda7 dollar Inside "We have one and speak from] observation. 1 Flint' Elizabeth H. Whiddt:}, ) j
of squirrel be had shot.iJostoo It work*admirably; b- elteuU ,will'pay NICK f: > j *.W v. >- Bill ,>Dfnsjc
B. ; J
Will be
kept .eonstantty AdmV i .
I: ''U..delfgbJei JPriooSTArtfipromised >> r i for iteelf. Cleveland (Taw.) Jtanner. COWHIDES I : 6m. George' !:W, Whidden, ) -A .
nt '"We have one of Doty'a Clethes Washers, OB hand \ 'BILL having filed in rar office in thIX
to visit there i a X. and our household are iU ecstacien over it- Hbove entitled eaiuic and it being mad (t> I I -
EoberWoa's iScAoof agaiii: ; rholeyear They are J great economixers of time and labor." 25 eta for Good appear, by affidavit, that the defendant reside

in London'without ,-J&nfltt3S.( G) AdivrtoKT. be>oud the limits of the Sixth Judicial Circuit f J
"Far superior to any apparatus for washing DEER.SKINS, theFLORIDA of 2'7onctato- : TaSuiuter'County: in said
I and institutionln'everylamUy. Mate. It U hereby onlmd, that the fMvVnt
clothes ever invented, an iruliHpuuHublu / : l win
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."J/orttoru'J/J. GateUe. apply do appear and plea.i-anrlaet or demur to theCoini.luinant'u
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.. County. Florida, .for a Cih
"No one, after fairly testing their capacities, Monday. day inJune next or the same vili 1-
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6 WAX Tampa., May Ukh. Estate of Joab;Gnf- be taken coufetuod.
Till be willing to do without them."-l ytte- as
NOJcE: 'l\\. Ule-(ft/in.) mnentr.. JOHN JACKSON. rrotitLd, That publication of this order be 71.
"We have one of these excellent lluchiueti And the highest price for COTTON. I can B Adminittrator'' made in Nome official newspaper published iu I I
i be found at Corscevich's! Store. Gantry '' this Circuit Deer. week three moutta coascc.ntively. .
In aae;'. udwechevrfnlly Irammeiid it for all pee- 32-Cm. i :
TO WHOM IT HAY ('O ('BN. die will do well call i
: fanned to give me a .
hati( tqr iL7uthelfanlta ((0': C) JOHN F. BAETHOLP. J
:
J indit.-at.Jr. JOHN MILLER Clerk Ct Ct i
Manatee Co.
.:The undersigned having com/ to, 'the "A child ten years told 'justM well as, a-. Every goodrasband \\e.e\vr ,
conclusion l that. :r&inp&I arp j&s grown person. ;
should secure'one fur his LunilJ.- ; In Chancery,
well entitled to the benefits the usual DATEV: 1 will iy
pf MQJPJousWI'a.Obustiutioa.( ) ..ppl
NEW FURNITURE STORE IIE UNDKfUignJL ISTIIB' CltCVIT CoC;&T, 2JIXTU JCDt cn' CIa 1 t
Commercial and Shipping Xaws as Merchants "!ner over' two 1ear' xPerieDCe with a t Do: ed is"now prepared of Probate- atlIer-' CUlT. or FLOBIPA, is AD roa Hatssoa orcaWILUAX .
ty. ire ash'-.- >redtbarltiB"the greatest help to' fill all or- Settlement ana dis I ,
: in other parts afthw-UnitedSJat**, and economizer of time, labor and money we -A.oCABINET- den for every description of W, D. Oneil late oi ( lIU". : \{t .

Have resolved, in future, to receive mights have yet had introduced into our household." of Blacksmithing Lor TO.f, \ -
Williamson Smith Sete 0rltn1I E. LOCKHART. (
and Wheel Bill for Divorce1.Ps.ici.orr .
I it
I only under the following:rules}t :: I 'Q:hate tad a Doty.Washer in my family lor SHOP wrighling Ins style ; Admiuistntrix. : Lorrov.: -r .t
.
lad To hold any 8teEOaerr vailing 'vessel or ome time. It given entire satisfaction, and I not to be surpassed 3'l-&n.L j .
Li 1 sfeictly responsible' for the land take pleasure in commending it to the head of Water Btrtel. JV'ortA of tA/ Tempe Sale Kill Buggy Making te- i A 'bill\ having been filed in my office 'in tb. .1 1I
every household.:. Touxrs Ueffemon, T.ra.t. painng, d:C., will be I above entitled cause, and i it being made '
.' .ing of:Freighta'sn proper order flTork ol all to by affidavit that the defendanteside. .
land con' Descriptluts donefn done on reasonable appear ,
"I bare had one of Doty's Clothes Watihers .
BID W : II in the above Line tL. I rI beyond the )limiU of
.dition as pr Lading in use for a year, and am perfectly totmned with neatness moment's notioe. I the Sixth JuduriaJ. ,
Id." That no Freights,shall. be;; _lved- 'by with iU My family hire tried it faithfully, and and dispatch. Satisfaction guaranteed. P for their put f'r I DATE, I 1riI1,pre .I Circuit vannah,Florida in the to-wil: In the CHy* of Sa"- .,
State of
'the ConsigneBB after sondows.. :' i-iJL ., have never known it to(fail to accomplish all 1 give me a call. d vouchers to the Hon* by ordered that the Georgia.: 111 s here ,. .
'- -- r.'. "*\f fcf J. '.- F, that'll professes to."-1'rof.: J. Jo: Nemui, G/II- County Court of Her Defendant do ppeiod '
,M..'That each oona, ntoen\ pstlje'de itet; cord Kntale Cull+jr, SlatovUle. \: C. Tampa, March for Final Settlle- aiJ plead bill, auwtrorJ, o, .. befur.Jl mur to the .complainants I i i It
r firit MouJ 4th .
edon the wharf in each condition that ; --I- James A. Alexander, 'v.
FUEMTIRE day IQ Apiil next, or the same will be taken t ;
the CLEhED AND KEP1ISED :
Freight can eaajly
ibex i PBICE -A. FAIR OFFEU. as nes8eJ.

compared-with Billtt' :ootl1.zk1, I ]j : If the merchant in your place will not fur READY MADE COFFINS S B. ALEXANDER Administrator, Pmrided That publication o fbi.. order \\ i
.'- ,
4th."That they'will not P' an fish,or,send for the Machines, send UH the retail I Always on hand r :32-toa be made in .orae official newspaper published
Wabher Extra in this Circuit once a week, four months
$15 !
S10
Lighterage Bill without the prope$ te hceiptof price Wringer Orders fur work promptly attended to. con- -
I and we will forward either or both machine, Regular .ecutiy\ly.
the Consignee i for the defirerfof tree of freight, to places where nol one. is Bulling rr Counts y Produce taken for Furniture Notice. M. P. LYONS .

the Goods. b Sng* attached to ,,ih*.. ; and so sure are we they will be liked the J. D. HAYGOOD Clerk Circuit Gourllilll.orougb \.
1 Jm'. t' ,i i :a a 4"z .we: agree to refund the money if any one'\u..h- Ge. Pta
C.: li FBIEBELE 1.,_ ell to return the machines, free of freight, after A II i a i THIS DATE the Dec. 8th. 1869. 401. (
f.' JOHN JACKSON," a month's trial,'according to direction. HERrtMANN WEISBROD, on the Es
\ L. O. COV ACEVICH. No hnnlxind, father or brother should prrmitthe ', dec'd will apply to t
BLUM Jk-'KLOPPENBURO, : drudgery of WILWnglith! the hands, fifty. I UT. S. ( 1 the County Court in Sheriff's Notice.
E. A.CLARKE.t CO.. 'two' days in the year when it can be done better SADDLER ''h Florida, to sell -
F, BRANCH. .j Tf more expetbtioody. with lens labor, and no : to said Estate SHERIFFS OFFICE. I ,
I L BL UDiENTHAIi A w.t T, injury to' the garments, by a Doty Clothes said County and State, January 4th, 1870. (
HENDERSON; HENDERSON ;Washer* and a linuerxal Wringer. CITIZENS of HUIsborongh County t !t.TU" t.1
.-.. .CHARLES ., discounts are made. of R 20, E, containing GOOD is
JOSE VIGIL. ; Will attend to business in thisline with appoiuted Deputy Sheriff of this t
: EDWARD P. GRANT,' R. C. BROWNING, I neatness .and any diipatcb. I am DOW i County and will from this date. exercise tb*,
1- ,HENRY PROSEU8.f General Agent, to fix Matirewes, as cheap or cheaper prepared EJ, and the 'N 'EJ of functions of that office, in place bf Capt Wm. I
JOHN DARLING : the N EJ) of the N WJ E. Sweat resigned.' -.4 !
CoHlandt than it be done ewhere.l I be found i
44-tf. 32 Street, York. taO can -
\ New
1 NREDYtAA1 Ti. G,, .'. .. : containing 160-48-100 HENRY ALBUBY. -
alt! times amy shop on the oppotiteaide{ ofje f
Tampa, March llth, 18m and little East of Mr.J. Fei risstere Sheriff UilLtboroachC : strotot, C5 ,<< 8 WJ and the S EJ of Tampa Jan. 4. 1870. 'tfT '\ .
The Victor Cane Mill. IIWEc9B60Tampa B90E, containing \ i"
D
R. B. POST. a I A.....HOSDBY : t
Fla, Oct th.I 8 E J S 28 T 27 R 20 I
Notice L : .
-- POST &, HOBBY I r P\ori\ a acren
,
: l See 22, T 27. B 20,
.' M 1. ilERER .& CO cod Aat1a. acres. BE it known to an whom it' 'may concern I
k t DA."ltEL'LYN! NEW OBLKAICS, C, RAIN ized to act either as agent or power-attorney I
Commission, MerchnntpOrleans Administrators for Mrs. P. A. >DKCHENIVA-8 enUtei I
--... A w.ekly line of real j
AND
FOREIGN DOMESTICD
.i I : 1 /I .tAbli.ned, we L. MITCHELL Ag't fro';'orchatteK\s, and, therefore any business ,
New La.- :. EVERY SATURDAY 4w transaction in this nmarter with the aforesaid
'!.. .. COLA ArAtACBiCOLA.: CHARLES W. BROWN shall be deemed I I',

II..J a ,a. i:.! RY GOODS TAMFA, Kay WMT. fraudulent and illegal .,
e -0--urn.. alto for Nsw You Notice. DD. A. S. na CIINwA.. : :
ds Railroad and a Tampa, Fla., January 2th 1870.' 'm

r aarr4 s.9 f. :!rp"', 113 BROUOUTON ST, ting FernandinaanJ 6nr JUDICIAL 1

,. -" ken from New You FLORIDA : Dissolution.
: x'.fI.tjoursJiti'W.
tI.PDUIOwA'lIoaJU4J
<< for alt r
tca 8. M. Ltxlerer, ) Savannah Ueo regular urdy, toFvrina Term, of t
.
G. Faun UniT Paoax and FLINT Rlvras..The THE FIRM OF GRANT i.CRAFTS has this
has I. M. Frank IGuHtae
lake the tint premium at 87 Slate Fall ,
June lath 1889. I A jy Eckstein. ) line will be I been dissolved by'mutalLl consent.The f ,
OverSfiOO are iu era Made ially for 1,.
pe ap : Books and
JtIU'and the l lowest Attachment Accounts will be found in the I t
.. cruihiog Sugar CaneSFC1R I maintained giving hands of D. ISAAC CRAFT. All persons in. I
P r. a. TtTtuox. A.A apt a. y r& m>.and all creditors are ronsextM to come 1
COOK' EHPOR1TOR thenualve of all the sworn' :' Ate-: *for prolDJt settlement EDWARD
P.
i -t Tu c\JH\ti\ \ i r/ -. .. Large Bread 'regular : $635.82. ." GRANT will continue business at the old 1 _

Petersont" Pl 1ew .1'orlt in EN- Stand. I i
( ., t "! and U obtaining IN notified THE ABOVE EDWARD P. GRANT
to't'nln his
subscriber reopectfully Inlorms ; those who are D. ISAAC CBAFT.
J. the t
WIIOE. ALE, fiBOtERS: t. rag THE that he has commenced! maufactur- I weekly You, i i.from called New the I I !of on March will or bes'veld before next the; other third; Tampa., Fhw Dee. 16th. 1863 5w


{AKD'DIALCRt eTT 'itv t S Large Bread of superlorqanllly !MUCH LOWER t I ngainnt FairNotii
TIME tbsb by f
any
IN. Fresh Regular ciutomres will be lib Cotton Ukea.4o, I L. McMJNN.
deaf
t
1- I
? \ .rally with.: Bills Lading si ned Clerk Circuit Court,
: .fir rul / FLETCHER. I EAL ADVANCES ; : "Hernando Cocnty.. ; ALL PER.? )NS are notified not to eel urkta
>"i June 20th. U U- as in New York : [ in any wise diepoae oraa. of ovlbattdi L
f. Uoder he cont 3m: i without out;consent 'If they 00. and.wease
C ud ttkoniitiB.'i!
,
ner hydro i in it out we will them
..' I PatornceDepartment pu Fish to th. extent, of th.
I .
c_ iaw :
.
NEW ORLEAN; i will .
Company '
: JI..t... awarded the first at Cash t tf
premium 67 every .. JOHN
i New Orleans : CURRY.
: ty 'ArertU (or John F.iTolleVi arigoD A State Fait Over ITOOOis, use Uires moro 'I "
Falmett Flour. "\c..f"'> baker AA lets than other every Tuesday and ; SIXTH JVDICUI% CauXii JOHN W. CURRT.t '
,
Sagsr $ 'ejcpeoae any
',hmeUth.IS"1 fjf' *OIZGORAlGGROVBilTfiL<<:: proceeF ;: -? I day. Poctmaite,st : ii' -roa HIILSBOBOCOH Manatee ARCH'D. MeNElU: .
PAID leant
)'ORCastol. have been Seplember30th.1869.
: }; r .r .Both Lave been fully tested, both. on tbecu'orJla. : vans by hU time and ..,_'la.l '- ,w ;
80eth &ad OD the heavier eases ,. .
I Una ..a. l'o toffice ; '
: of Vexlce.I Hoodaiatsnd Sooth A.IUrita.I I Beans TO CONSUI1PTIYEB. .
turn mail
touch I Bill
L lor Dlvoree. '
A
a Descriptive catalogues sent tie.. Adds.: matter atoan be : .0 TilE Advertiser having *been restored to
"'NORTON 4 CO O health IQ few
ELYMER. Cincionatti. ,' a weeks by a
1 : ';.*ll/ .. by thitroute. in very ample. wm -
after
or their agent at Jacksonville,Fla. BOY my offloe,in the dy. hating tuflW wrestaerate >. with
4 BYOEO. Leave Tampa going and it being made to lung diw... yea a.
: ;. Consumption is
;
i.- TAMPA L UqiUISESTABLISHMENTWILL'BE-: D anxious t.
ALLEN. Lea,. ;
.,,1..... ,, Tamp & the defendant reside- make known to his Mlow"ulI'eI the
-", .... .t. : : T :EVERYBODYUtfrUOli: Every Sixth Judicial Circuit orar.\ .. To all who desire ithe will\ sonde lae&Ga

\ .t..... ," \ ....TW..nncnn..ow.- ERRORS OF. ,1OLTH. afforded to theme In Columbia. Coast coJ'y of the'pnseripGoa need (trwo4charge I
:. :) ,t teens.Irfaekrdk dr6rr1 IMIno Agents of tt ordered that the'; wl\.h the,directions ror )
A ,
gentleman who prepariog the
..., suffered for'vesn .m.
t !: OPEN Rawe frws ; Your plead, answer or de which LbeY."IUaDd ,
: '.... Nervous &
'
J. a.I.as TTA bebiUty, Premature Deeiy and 11 s will Linn .ureeur.rurCon.ump-
ed i I BveryattMle Veals, swill F. or before tioq; Asthma D ch&ti.. e"-,
The
October .... oa&e effects of youthful indiscretion, for the in May next, the Adveraser ,,object of
,15lh.r! f popalarfLO* plan, sad or the Fn sending. j
sake l k'
...Ma pee fbe saw awn wW of suffering humanity send free to all lell Lo beaetit the rlptioD is : .,
.. For the! receptio n of.RegSifar and 'Transien pe...loreeeiva. Oerbleateaaadeir- I who need it,. the receipt and direction rlrmaklog 16, of this order be 'IwbiehJaoeoooei'ulo amlcted anspread information ,. ,'
'- .. Boarders. Good Aeox>rom daienVaii4, 1 low ...,..... .reeaipief. Sfteeois,w. five ,. the simple remedy by which he > & ',published .in' ho b.'luluable'; sad-it \ 1 f' .,1
ted in pleasant of the Ct! ". .. '" Ar111e. wascured. pee every sufferer will try his j
a part ] I ,, Sufferers three remedy
wishing to months t i.
taotaswsr profit the sdyert '
;_ ',. r II. L.'CKATf, '\ k > by 174 onset. will coat t ti.em nothing. and .
ieer's experience, can do may prory a M. )
N want ibsrtft 8rlart, I *o by addrcw'ne .aDg. Parties
:, t i ..i"l r'J'... .",Ii 1'' \ .. OaeiMati.Ofc.lBt. in perfect eoa6de ('.. JoKH B.(1DFN. I JL P. LYONS," I plan adJreu wishing the prescription: will '!
: : -. TampajOct. Cth,18C9 ifr I 1\U tJai ,Strc\:.t. N Y. I I I HHLiboro' Ob. Fla. !' Rn. \ I .
EDWARD
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