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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 13, 1870
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tampa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hillsborough County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hillsborough -- Tampa
Coordinates: 27.970898 x -82.46464 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1855.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1874.
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended in 1861?; resumed in 1866.
Numbering Peculiarities: Resumed vol. 1 in 1866.
General Note: "Democratic" <1856>; "Republican" <1873>.
General Note: Editor: Simon Turman, <1859-1861>; Sam C. Craft, <1866>.
General Note: Publishers: Simon Turman, <1856>; Wm. J. Spencer & Co., <1859-1860>; Wm. J. Spencer, <1861>; J.E & T.K. Spencer, <1866>; T.K. Spencer, <1869>.
General Note: "Here shall the press the people's rights maintain unawed by fear, unbribed by gain."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur" -1866-.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 3 (Mar. 3, 1855).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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t *r_ ..i-A-.ius."r. a reaas 1 atDg. From the Union. the proximity (to the, coasts t) 'as if in any not only the most profitable, but decidedly ,Small, Attention: '

Department of Immigration. other,portion of the State. the most reliable crop. Cotton, just How very few even of the people who

parsed OrbWatraid faaatry.tAVEBTlSIKG Very respectfully, your ob't, sv't beginning to claim attention in the county, are doing their belt to please a particular '\ '

r-:: "... J. L ANDERSON'S SONS & ((0.Ara 8. STBIXCEB.Brooksville. and, by selecting suitable locations it produces I Individual give duo weight'to that mighty

Fla., Dec. 9,1SG9. cell II: allude to the long staple.> Influence in obtaining' the desired end,
.BATESFLORIDA
rcIILUIttD
CSDZK THE HrTERTTSION OX J. 8. 1IA1U >>
o.f ,. COtUIItiblOXULHERNANDO Tobacco can be raised tn great abundance small attentions., Tho people who go; _

.. tf u itt( BROOKSTILLB Fia. Jan. 18 1870.1l0ll. on the rich lands. Mice in the lower and through life with vast .depths of affection -
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:T al: PEK.'VIaB. fitiffersoil! if planted early, wilt' mature t for their,relatives. and friends, smothered -
J. S. Adams "
',ToolltLoimA. AHD.GENERAL Commissioner of'Immigration two crops, the last being rattoon, yielding volcanoes of feeling '.which never -

I COUNTY. / : in both, at least seventy-five bushels toilia effervesce In little' acts of kindness and i

'hf Safari, (oecttpylng tta :apace of 12' BKS COMMISSIONMerchants' DEIB SIK :;Yours of the 1st i inst.., acre. good will, are apt to complain that their

tier lineti alms, one inaction.- ,'.::1.G0; asking for some statistical information as Corn, on worn-out land, will in a favorable pat[ natures are misunderstood, and tho _
For nertF ia t:b38eniOIIl..l.h r.'15 Continued from last wcuk. to mint Jmd lent thane in the way of'crops season produce twenty-five bushelsto existence of their buried treasure considered (

OM 8q1&UI8 :JDomha.-.i ol.c.:wu.-.10.00Oae'oolanmoiifc : It really BO that the little fields which in this, Hernando county, came to handa the acre, but com Is not regarded as a as doubtful as those of Captain Kidd I
.
; y aT/ ... ...,. JU'.1 ", the pioneers, of the country cleared up week or ten days ago. sure crop. The whole class of garden on Galveston Island-they may or may ..

,AdurtiMintttU IIIX mukluk' with the; nan Drayton, Street near the Bay, some thirty :years ago have been under In reply, I regret to say that I have products yield in extraordinary degree, not be there;but until something more substantial : '0<

her of inaertioa dealnd will be published an cultivation all the time, and unless 011 not been able to make search fur sucb. information embracing the whole melon and pumpkin than: mercTnmor Is furnished aa

til ordered ooiiAd charged*ooordii>glj.AdTert&emeaU .' SAVANNAH; .CEO.. some little knoll or other place subject to as I would like to have given, :(I''c1a 9. proof, there will continue to be Ik pticf. .

'daa from firat.insertion.Mid basin wash are nearly or quite as productive as! still, such as I have collected come ''mt Field peas :are raised abundantly, and .As long, however as. human nature Is
attention given aU
collectable M ,., Troropt trusted to our care, and to liberal advance MS enX when first, planted. There arc many men of intelligence and unimpeachable of excellent quality. Pindars do well, human nature, which will proably.be. for .

'OmCuL.t L!:GAL ADVEBTISEUENTS.3)w made upon PtoJue.ID hand Oe20lyt. small detached hammocks .around thb veracity. In gathering these facts I selected but'are not wuch cultirated. some time,t to come, the majority of persons ,

large body of land, all of which partakeof those who represent difftt'fnt.partll Millet, Borguiu, bene, chuflVr, 'arum, will want positive evidence of tho J

-- -- L.. OVUMAETIX.L JouxfLAaaaa r its fertility and durability... of the county, in order that a fair exponent cassava, tennyab, are all grown'In this truth of their assertions. A :'man who

The Florid Peulnsulai hiving ;been design. At the south end of this l largo hammock of what had been done in the county county to some extent. declares himself to be a great painter, or '. I

i4 a*ODe of the official joormaU of the 'Sixth J. CHILMTIJi t & CO i' Is situate the village of Brooksville, the at largo, and not favorite localities Palma-christi becomes perrenlal. and poet, sculptor, la not likely 'ito .be lw- r !i

JndioiaOiratk;iM rites'for ,legal,admtiaeJTotio "- I' county site; Two miles south of this might be .given. The figures below are yields its oil bean 'perfectly. Both the lieved unless his cantata, poem or group \

trill b as fo 3oYa : 1 village we'come to another large body of intended to show what has been produced .. East and the West India varieties ate; in statuary bear him out.Y hy, then, ;: I j
Cotton .
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< *of Application! for Letters of I Factors hammock land, the Charcoochartio, bam per acre : trod uceil. should one be called upon to place 'per-

L4aI 1 ttitio S wxka.' i.........,'. *500 I'A D mock. It is seven miles long, but some = Of fruits. The whole cactus family f eet faith in a person Wholsays : "I love I

;NotLeebDebtorsan4 Creditor, Sir ,800Kotio : what broken'''with scrubs and swamps, yet i grow to perfection. Between sixty to you devotedly, but I really. can't stop to

for.Dir+ .Ml.C mouthy 100 OENERAhCommission thousands of!' acres of 'good,' high timberland : Hi! T 5 seventy thousand oranges were shipped give; you any evidences of it 1" Books, : I

'Itotle.cL.Inadhrency. r.ur.r..b..l: 8000 : lie in It';; covered with growth simi- ; ffS k r F at one time>alone from Manatee Settlement Jowers, letter, all the pleasant amenities -

'All otbar Legal Votkae:mad AdrertlKemeatodfl lar to tho AnnnutUlogga. South of this l ;,. last fall. Banannas ordinarily do of life, are certainly unimportant in.tbem- '
i : 3klienuu !
ba clanged according to the apses they oc- Merchants', body of land, keeping rather in the ceu- A. T. : 51i 40 400 700.: :. 2o: .. well, but the two last winters have been calves, but.they arc evidences that one i is

4SJlI sad 1M'Bomber of laaertiana required tre of the county, lies a remarkable coun Jt:4j1lt. Clurudy..C3. a; .... 1000 3400 43 .. unusually frosty, And the plants seem unforgottcn, and the compliment L. nono

*1M rate of OM dollar per square each inter ,Say Street, Savannah, Gco. try. ,It is high, rolling, and remind ono J. 'ILOouM..20 ,'. 40021003000 . slow in recovering from the '!'effects. On tho less subtle and charming for being

tka. of the red hills in Georgia. The land is Wm. Nicks. ,30 o. 4001000 2COU .; the Islands and Keys pine-apples, dates!, i implied. Indeed], every ote .is touched 1\.
Jura Purlwfoti ... .. ,. 1800
Agent for, Bradley's Suprr Phosphate of what the residents term "mulatto land) ** 0' and that class of fruits raised. and thoughtful attentions and '
( !! maybe gratified by ,
o-- Lime. Dr. \V T Maro..60 40 ... .. ... .. 65.: .. -
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which name is indicative of its color. It The olive, the tea and\ coffee" plants arc the" use of them gives' a certain color and

.TERMS .TO, SUBSCRIBERS. : I. Bagging Rope and lion Tie always on hand. is quite productive, and yields the bent .llr. FrivrMou: uiiiile 200 Kidluii"; of pine from supposed to be adapted to our soil and : glow to the ever-day routine of Ibo most I
Ilaanl Fuel lilies
..rei' .anuaat. (in dT nce) .:. : ; $2.50; : cxf ended to Customer quality of sea island cotton raised in the cloven loCul'pt'n1ong( graHiues( -over one- climate, but have not been tried. I think commonplace existence; {it is the fact
sixth of
",Six; tfontbi. : ?: 1. : .. 160 Oct 14 6mrixtCAX country. The land reaches to the flat- Mr. bald an acre.say Ibo above is bin avt-rnge crop. the two former would grow well in South which keeps t the flame of love burning ;

lotU'll. : : .41. .. rAUX\: 1& woods in the''southern portion of thoc-oun" Mr. Nick gives the itbove iw hill a'cruijucnlp Florida. Of native wild fruits we have brightly,''and the more intimately people

:iiutiaatD5LEGAL i.JOSEPH. aCTLtJGc naata ty, and ceases. very abruptly, affording in tho mulberry, persimmon) Indian fig, are thrown together the greater necessity! !
.u some places A beautiful view of the extensive l5r. Mayo mikes 4,900 jiinc-ftpplea IXT acre.. blackberry, huckleberry\ plum, etc. The there N for cultivating the kindly I feelings

... : FINEGAN CO. plain'before you. Along the border It is not to be understood that these quince, fig, guava, avocado pear, eto., aro vLk.h are 1htMl'.tiulL of small attention;. I
of t the flit woods. are many desirable raised. Also pomegranate and tamarind A French writer describes very cleverlya :
are raised nor by
o locations for :thus who desire crops every year every Tho who had two suitors ;
$ native consists
of
to engage grape several young girl a grave
J.. fanner but they have been raised by these
v; BARNETTreg* ? > ; in this 'section. Those flat woods ba and tho other perhaps tho southern another who showed her a thousand courtesies \
that could be controlled could bo raissuccessively. .
';::3tt.criir at jfit toj; AND extend twelve milt's south to tho t county Mr. Friersonsays be can muscadine. daily. One -lay, walking ,"acoas ,

: line, and give origin to some ot the tributaries -I do so now if the seasons arc not wtfavorablf. The price of land varies according to a bridge with them, her foot slipped and .\

EEOOKSVILLE FL.O \. lu'h'1inn' f tXduu of Hillsborough river as well as I improvement, say from $1.50 to $20.- she fell Into the river. Her serious' lover i i '
tt- ; the At 'otc rivcr.Xotwithstandill9. In and rescued her but ;
c Turpentine pine, live oak, water oak, plunged upon
""UTILL Suffice it t that these: figures have been .
PRACTICE.IN THE CTH .t TTH
/1
Judicial Circuit and civ* there arc such quantities attained and too by the old fashioned hickory, soft maple, elm, red and white proposing aftewards, was rejected, upon /
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prc.pt.ttea- ,
t.1oa.. to all borfnew entrusted to him. Bay Street, Savannah, Goo. \ of good and lasting lands: iu this of fanning there not being a' single improved y bay, sea ash, pop ash, mulberry, a little tho ground that she was not likely wouM/bo

Dee. fctth. ISO.Tj&SEPII $ ITII T IDERAL AIVANCESaala on Cotton consigned county accessible to almost any one, if an tanning, implement in the cypress, magnolia: cedar, black gum, India so near drowning again, while she ; .r
1 -Li to us or to our Correepouleiit in dividual should select a locution that i is used county, rubber;,, cabbage palm, mangrove, need uudrd bcd small attention: as long ,:bas !
the
none being
B. WALL .tie.York and Liverpool. Bagging Rope ct productive, for its beauty tor good water save turn-plough, black and red myrtle, pride of India, she I lived /1 .it.
tad Iron Ties furnfobed at lowest rate., o.:3mur : scooter, sweep and boo. J.
some fanciful ; all he will West India .... ,
r object birch
Mr. Clara y says that he fully l believes, swamp dogwood, Florida ..
5, hue 0 do la to apply to any of t the mi- : acotiia, aloe, willow oak, etc. Lum-
with the method
of
improved' fanning A JAPANESE CRtCIFIXloX.-IIl the
merou marl bed rich in lime to b., l Il'r: dollars '
T DEKRIEN OLIVER twenty-five erthuusandmHls(
in in the middle and northern .
ATTORNEY AT LAWaROOKSVILLE. found now use dispatches .\ now an, commanding / '
alKover the county, to fertilize his much need.) Labor one dollar day I
Late Editor & States with the of the ol f per tho Asiatic thefollowing
,. Piopnetor Tallahassee Scnlio energy people squadron, occurs '
land if
he )
an \ should bo in reach of with hoard ; one dollar and a half with
FLAt" COTTON'FACTOR those sections, we could cope with any of description of the punishment. ofcrucifixion ..
Char Lake ho'm find
humus out.
iepop a ( Not much means of producing it.
the States in cereals, lie hasecn /
raising : as {inflicted at Tukohatua
enough to enrich the poorest county in Markets Key Wes-t Havana and : :
COMMISSION MERCHAN IS : Tampa
I TTTILL PRACTICE IN THE nth and 6tUIT the State of New an experiment' made in wheat growing When the prisoner' who was tf> Ura-
Jersey to mix with his and home
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o Judicial Circuit, uJ will give prompt -AXDOENERAL \ in this country a small scale, antI consumption by new comt rw- cified had been placed on hU backytn a
AlUatioa all bain entrusted. Lit Cost of clearing hammock laud about ...
to M to PURCHASING and marl.Had that it was as fine as any he ever saw [in stout wooden cross prepared for th/occa: 4
cAn.. : I not already said more than I twenty dollars acre. Building ex
l : I FORWARDING AOE2 T, designed I would give you some statisticsof Tennessee, Kentucky or Georgia. "Thatia pensive unless using per pine logs and palmetto sion, hA was securely lashed thereto, but t tnot

AM., 0,, ..CBAFT.Attorney. almost 1 every instance there were fourgrains nailed. Then the sentence/was! read,
s No 97 BAT Srarrr. the products at larg:) and of some particular of whl'nlln each mesh while in covering, which :answers for this
it I and two stout men' with spears came for
of
the
parts cou ry. climate then"
(over WilroxGibbt Co.) those other States, two were common, very cheap.- ward. Tbo one on the right side of tho
The about river and
country Crystal Water soft out of the hammocks and
at' Law Savannah Geo. three very good, and four extra. Winecan doomed man stuck the point of his spear .
the the ods deserve but
rolling at hard in
country near -w+ : them good. Health no betterin
/ oust emenbof Cotton Corn. SjrnpVool be raised on these lands with but little in deliberately ahbut two inches .',
--4 notice bd sufhoc it to very
special say: part of tho world. Owning stock
any
\_/ llidetl.Tobaeeo. RWt'! trouble. Mr. Frierson makes
ono and under the riliiiTelt about while
Baler it ttuctry, for the Cth Judicial n41.10 liberal adrane will Le made whennde.irtn'.- that if a man desirous of following' an hundred and to two hundred i is a good hu+fness.,. Schooners and steamers just 1 I
fifty gallon! with it to ,ascertained hat it was clear of
t*" nenoaalattention giren to the sale of all agricultural pursuit will come awl see the : carry cattle from Manatee river andCharlotte's
Pr chee. a p ]yM. country for himself I will venturc\to assert every year from only eleven IIcupp<'rlltmg Harbor in this all bones: and then,'\rith a powerful thrust: \
COUNTY SOLICITOR vines and others in the do county nearly '
grape county upwards the hesul of the was: sent -
he will cot be displeased.The spear
For U>. County of IfiUsfcorongh.Office H. TUOX TUC w. ooallO: equally well from small arbors. constantly, paying about fifteen dollarsper through until i appeared on tho top of
in tbb e basemeat of the Court Ilouie inhabitants of the county not n I'r Hoping this brief but reliable of'whllt head! for steers.Hogs do well, but ;!
; report the right shoulder.( The man on the left
TISON & about lundred. VWlll
GORDON The '
the ".ag.s Office.DtEDP twenty-five to wild and -i
countj are run to
\ .ppate has been done in the way of crops prone ; are subject side then did'Iike\vii Tho victim, who jwas :
consists of the
CONTRACTS.MORTOAOES. AND. portion principally secon 'n this he of service.I many enemies, viz : eagles, cougars, lynx: ,,
comity .
may some iner/boy After I
instrument drawn at short notice.Offlc purchasers as but few of the first settlers a yelled fearfully.
(Cj 1 ]JF foxes .alligator'. bears and if the
tin
c < Sl hours: From to It o'clock, a. m. and ie or frontiersmen have remained. your fat 1cllifr tho two/ ll'ars had been thrust through i

from J to. 5 m. Notwithstanding "Florida is not knownin I \ STKIXGKB.ANATEK folk tho criminal just whrthl\ had stabbed .. I
Ila. Tho rivers creeks and teem with
Tap May Itb,1S6L U \ bays his mother. Thirteen times the !
other sections of the but i is spear
cw r n*' ix/clwaldn ? country, all sort of fish, both scale and ..hf'll.- i
uthrongh his and the terrible"
MITCHELL, looked upon as a little piece of valueless ; COUNTY.MAATEE Mullet might be put up in Terra Sea, we body

.H..L. MERCHANTS.WE land," the white inhabitants, even of this:I ', CODKTY, Florida. \ l'almasola, Sara Sota, and other less and ,}performance ended. I

To Yo AT county represent almost every southern March 4th 1S70. greater ]Hays, to supply the Union., .
LAW (Gta.c.'ITE State and some of the New England ) Clams and oysters abound. Deer, turkeys LOVE-Ixve in the Indian language, #1 1is

still continue business at the old stand States. J. S..1.ruaQ rX7.., Cemmissioner of Imtniijratloit and other game are plentiful. The "'Schimlendamowitchewagin. It fc f

TAMPA. FLORIDA *to SI6 the BAY Merchant STUKET and Planters and offer of our llith service !toro They are a 1 peaceable and quiet }people, : county is settled in spots ; sometimes so severe an undertaking to tell & squaw 1

and the adjacent counties for the ale of Cot- frugal and hospitable, courteous to strangers Your letter of\'eL. 1 1st., and circular twenty-five, or even fifty miles !be'tweenneighborhoods. that you love her. under these ,ciroum

ton and other Produce, also for receiving aud and glad to see them como when of January reached lute; the :aid tilt., at ./ / stances, that the amorous Indian does not

.,. .Willgivepromptat'tntion to all business forwarding Cotton and Merchandise.V they bring the insignia of honesty and i "matl'C. I Nearly even' n neighborhood has its attempt" it. lIe facilitates his matrimonial -

-Minuted to bun care. arc prepared to make liberal ed.anceon enterprise. There are but few who take In answer to your inquiries: I will i-n- I church and school: undone! Mxsonic[ Lodge I enterprise with the simple logic of a ,
Tampa. FIAp1.. tlth6s: I.y consignment t. as for sale in this Market any interest in politics and the most of dearer club wherewith he knocks the of
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or where it is preferred to be forwarded to our to answer so far as this coua r i it ; in the county, situated at/Manatee village. queen
friends in these are among the colored people. concerned. his affections on the head. The wholo 1
beta A.' lhxiea.on:: J. F. Hnonso Liverpool New York, Philadelphia, .
BoUoo or Balti more. About a dozen churches are ..Jilltribuhdthrougbouttbeoounty The surface is with very: fl'wex'eptiolls Insects bad in portions I of the countyat business Is t then readily concluded by

t ENDERSOX k HEXDERSOX, lUrUc had fifteen Jean erperience in the -Baptist and :Meth level, soil s>andy, divided into pine woods: certain seasons but/not past toleration dragging her to his wigwam.i t .
Cotton Commisi( Business odist-no public but several private and hammocks "
itt with considerable prairie. b)' any means. Grass grows luxuriantly) e-. -
in Savannah: we hire an extended and gener schools. A northern, southern and wes The pine laud is well adapted to all the and requires watching to make good Music is to be introduced as a curative ..
at Law .1 acquaintance to whom we refer with. con tern mail twice a week ; one telegraphoffice crops of our climate when but -
Attorneys 1TAMPA. ''''eoe.. in the county, communicating l sufficiently fertilized crops, industry always gets the better treatment for insanity, pochondrias and
Respectfullj, domestic and by cow-penning ; especially: for of it. The people are very kind to other chronic diseases! of the mind, in

FLORIDA.PRACTICE' Wit.11.TIgO route for the foreign Waldo cities.and The surveyed raising sweet potatoes, which grow the strangers. ,Neighborhoods can Iw found l 1 tome of the gent: asylums of Paris.: Several "

:fIlL W. GORDON road Tampa hail year through ; and averge in price from tc suit the political complexion of any modern of the greatest physicians have stated
pawes through and near the centre fifty cents to one dollar bushel.
The type/
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\trILL IJ1*the Southern and of the county.In that, in their opinion, muskif, well -
hammock
i i -'If. ,.stem Circnita or the State MEDICAL conclusion I are from a light to a dark I Immigrants must not come to Manatee anh skillfully! :applied will cure, or at
would to the Emigrant
,-._.A that if he desires say gray color, and naturally rich ; they constitute tulip without work ; nor to expect no least, moderate or check insanity and kindred ,
I to plant an orchard our sugar cano land privations.[ If do will be dis ,
piincipally they
'1 they} diseases. (
l "4" INSURANCE.UOUISIAXA. CJl250 lJti Q} of tropical fruit trees, let him come II and will average two hogsheads, of appointed. Hespectfullv &c., --
sugar
,
.- to Fame of the short rivers in this!' and -'.'--
> county, eighty gallons of luolavcs to the / I. M. FlROR. ; I. .,

Examining Surgeon lor tb 'rt'IlId'\D OM-o. clear off one acre of ground, plant out acre ; rattooning from six to eight year/ .. -- The New York wino merchants heroorganized :
a one hundred orange trees twenty-one.t or longer, according to the cultivationXAl a league for protection against 4:

\ apart, and in three years he has a capitalof *p \\tvst for orages and corn. The prairie Two young women were sentenced; inXt.w unjust legislation and! oppressive taxation. :
'
York for to
ten thousand dollars shoplifting, two years I
bringing an interest I is regarded ax and has .
TAMPA FLA. poor, : ncvvtbeencultivated
E.Q; U I T ABLE of ten per ceut. The land will cost to my knupreld be. Itconstitntes and six months' iuiprUiomncut. ,

I him but little, ranging from 0 to six dollars 1 l. a of the ; Tht'lalli..Q of a town. in Pennsylvania
I part great ranycftr cattle The last (Washington"* field hands!
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', .- I I per acre. Each tree. will produce hogs, Vic has I have: organized an "Anti-Slandtrring So k
Oscar / died again, this time Int.:; St. Louis
ifffi/ JSSDR1SCB :COJ1PM Cheesman, one thousand oranges every year at the Our climate is all that earl, be \sired h i Of cour-e he wa 101 years old and all : ciety.
1 least calculation, and they will bring ou exempt from excessive l
.. coj< or heat, differ his faculties: unimpaired. Two colored waiters in a Iuisvill hotel '-
.i' I the trees one cent a pieca and sometimes {rag but a few degrees })
dwI'n Summer, I! recently I fought a duel about a fair
:M'CASAL. VE* ORLEANS LA. two, so, he has an income of ten dollars and Winter, The )thermometer f rarely Tt Prince Arthur i is to visit California next one. "
.. annum from each tree I month.. Towards: the close of the i
WHOLEALE DEALER IX l per equivalent tone mashing !90) in Summer, or falling to 00= yeahe r
.ISSUES LIFE fOLICIEU: parable ,QmrterTen hundred dollars at ten per cent inter in Winter. Sometimes we have returns to England with his: regiment .I Kentucky had thunderstorm last I wl'<'k' .

;. nnnanj. Rfteea. aod' Fire est. The propitioiibness of the soil and 1 rains in excessive in a troop ship. during which three wen were killed.. by ,
'). & ,' .o? "'i1l.vut"foodcmnent; Bten as tho/rainy season ; and sometimes '. -
.| sad l*...aafavvraiJeMaay. >aip. .any in climate, with facts, fully justify the e.estimates. we are affected by drouth in the dry I lightning. v ,
London
society i is paid feel]
to hurt
by
he United Staten If he desired .to plant can e, season, butt more than else .\ I contributed
CROCKERY & GLASSWARE. so occurs Mr. UoUefg'allt of condescension :Lustonianrccently ten ;>*
i in
JOSEPH ELLISOXPraid pota.toes.gardln
/ cents towards t the extinctionof t the national '
1. -., :I' J.'W+ STONE:' .i e president.' ,vegetables, pine apples, bananas or The chief products are unmeufte herds holding aloof from U. debt. 1

?..: ;'If.JV.r I :.I1AItPER.Socreta>T.;: '. .. all of the tropical fruits! he will be. don l of catlfe ; the estimate of'the county be A contemporary pities the A +

a 11.1-:8 .L-r.: .: I mr .ni.t Ktf..' 71 Warren Sfv, :A'e w York J ly recompensed for his labor and as "vcnLcity Beaureguard: i is !said tt> have accepteda 1
enjoy to
<>'OOO 100,000head.. of "who think
people that
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I a Congress
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bt Jitb a ..* :4 We copy the subjoined extracts .from Thrifty Gorrrnor. OF THE STEAM SHIP Sorrn I General Ncw. 'LGencral was* to pardcnatodeath.1 man sentenced
geninsularijS
tf-'N
a letter written by a visitor,of our dfy to The New Yor=:ll orfclVys :-"l.lori. C.EOL1SA.-1 cooimodious and elegantly Tie Georgia bill still hang fire in the l > Si

the tJa has a thrifty. Governor. These are. appointed iron! steam ship left : ,* :i I L0YtQ : March 30."It i is believedV 4
"'WDN8DAY : myraWupon U. S. Senate. t
: e"wr".k.l'
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S ..ULSUl aftemoob wSh -
: I IL r lie h r dock yestn ay affair that the ( eumetiial'ouncil.hasadPtt1l V:4:
: ___ some ofhisgames:, own a place on
:' Oar friends ia this 1 the f11n'tfut r( : |.oIitiFt l Ftl1t1 n s ;; :!:;tilt, 1Jtf..l : th$'-.r.otimlUrer at Jacksonville, and al11ounl"Of ?including 714, bales oiJ];, G|. Gwga' ,U. Thomas and Il a. : [the (fafalHbUitjO.'IStfiytoa) de Fide."

: :, counties .o place uutby ; ). ; Jli <"ti.'tlS :, truthful i.- .J i .eliftr too. .1Uod&-; f" pfJLe carpetto I jhai3ustgo rl ihy"&gWtture lo incorportte cottonfand'ibool: forty'passengers, 1D9s ..PierSoutt, ; eeat1.] <- i 'i Tho DtmomtkJ Capers of Ravenna

:: kocjing TU informed an ta the ccfveat$ r.1 )rggtr' aji l 2acag. J.1'hq kim/fhto: Ue Jacksonville Ferry l lyfrora*;! noridaiAiken! S. Y.. an1 .th.1 Gt41t'ra1 R'.4.fA'E.: Ix-e i is spending: 'a .ipubliii 81 letter from'K1izini' urging a re- *,

: trnjiiiiig 1A th f'i t, .. r p d IlO\\Utra: 9\d\ so'readily -' [ Company, : ( btIbt4Nlrl\'ilt.gt's for ,Wt: t.7 t'nt'f.rar, 'ph!ttga, *;,month in Savaaaalv. \I .,-tWDo'm:1"n&.r r
uderstiadtlics&'i'baracters six'miles' and down th* river in front alto represtiJ t.i !>e'r. -' ;f- v i 'TKe Pot stales that the government Isfittin _
local : up ,
interest
;.tnddcau, tc.. 1Ii1l be nUuJ11 Col. E.: ). lias
-, of the Also has Ire ade deck as she steamed (1:. Both the Yerger voluntarily returned wnodition of'one thousand 1JI
his o' an
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City. gotten Legislature :
: received;mud dolly acknowledged. TAMPA, March Sth, 1870. to prison at Jackon, 31i4 i
to incorporate him into the Jack- South Carol;,,. anti her consort the splendid l :.,,J : .itt'1"twr 1.lP :. "

i : t '= 'hr"A..., \' .HN rpeatiEe, beret lii1l1 x t-8f- Anst1iie1tM1t&ad fu KWW, hatewpertenced' flame of j Prince ItowpsTtfthe nrardererof"- [D1t'n1iwhtl msurrrcfion.PARIS. -"
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?., : IEU..I.L OTICE i In"Florida, i Undecidedly 'taugle-foof in of bad which has Xoir has 1 nit I (
"" which is to run from his ferry aforesaid the wort thy weather tor KV a anf t I 3a. tall1.i "
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': ",:, fRh t..i!'Ltiotthe PEXIXSLTLJIR :I:|its twistings, turnings, tergiversation i tci S. Augustine;"and-his an'appropYi- : prevailed oiv tbe;' coast.iluiroff the < isf, Genera] .\ :"." \.. .<. h\ a vote of fortyto ha!banet. Marcher have"conpTOt' .ndse1'maftm, .,V,

l '. I, :. ,(new series) closes] on the 4th of May.Ihe .- and 'tacks.h i lion of 250,000 acres of land and the three months, and both hips have, twelve ii'I" "- -.at ia the .Ucited and ed a agrtcinjrtoparat '

(: 1 I '':. 'Ietfler subscrbjtion prict' dflEe ;J Certain terms, quite common with us, $ttt" endorsement on its bonds to the exlUnt I i ii conaeunt of the raging lemenfs in'safety: 4iaul Stat 1'I.! A surn<:'- 1r.JII': ''J paper shipping\ and commission :,
here have local S
a a signification, \ .aicii.1mtistbe 1 i off $ .At thea conl co1Jtl IU io IH In iw construqtiiink&J \ 'hezIi .- .. t in Ireland . J\f\
F. 7eJR wljl b $2 in ad- $000,000 ( pei;year, known to enable the reader tnlferiAl .
: to t/K-M/ iron liAvt.
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f'am ship
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g tneseactxj; oar thrifty : In.. r.I ; ,;."J .,, ..1n. -
; 1 T&nce2. \\f paid wilhin 'gLcjrionths, understand Southern politics. UH, tlan&io"wut and "b ., ,. }
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on
r DO buperiors ; S --X- S
'* V j friend' exhibits! Bother'game i.The I j ; aT
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X\I'he'pr.'tt. !
Church
; and $3' rndtlwddruntirtbe end oflnpy& "C&jprIwcwrr* w-a Korlhern or AVcsttpj.man -', the admirable arrangement of the cabin* start : .1 IL\Y.i\ t. Marsh It.-It r '
jctspt I known revenue of the State does not ejccved Cork couiuvf \ aa ncar'.y.jJTbe : $trco"tll.. 1, suit lrir'tt n3'bi1d; 1g ftic Cn5 sn ca1i -
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:{ ;" maketfilii redociion : "Yankcuv" .bankrupt. in l and saloon V which are all on deck and: : : 1 t t t '
-4 year, : believing without honor iu own $200,000, ,and yet t' huT 1'xcellcncyHarrison rnou-n.e'nt: of em'graifts to the bas reached Loo Key,Light Uume. '. :
.: means, ,l\s jand, i him newly fobbed, arc justly attracting\ the t -
'tbiir.lt.., ; vlll". large jr increase. -, ror J nbscrip- destitute o( imnciple,,bouati/utly i- duwcd'xvitb i Jleed has S GOOO vctetJ Ik M'l attention\ of the tra\ellng public. Another ,.Uwted\State* naa fcrgc'.ancrea.sed., ; !-i-- l-;; ... "1
follows
; 3Ti41 %y.askour,,friend. "to"'exert assurance, and impudence with i iI : First t $10,000 contingCiit convenience in t these [ moTetuent \\it: :Unotftnottitobaxeamxvs S.
r for tho State;xthicb fund the Governor i is 'I ron ;pieuons popu- .A i IB on foot TOE NEW YORK D&OCRjCIn tho I :
m lfeS procure'subscribers to our ,I great.longings i for official positron-usually : I IJar't ;; ]F* their draft of water, whichenables'either meeting in favor of the : .
authorized to disburse tiiofu and without
inert amonglbe New York Democracy )
big quarrel -
; ( r.J.! ., II. ;related in wiiie Degree, ranging from to cr53 Charleston Bar at Bible in public schools. ;

t''I; 0- first to fift)'. rst cotif in,.to t the, PreiJdvut, i fund voucher for the Governor; second, which$',000,$contingent,000 tho mean low tide. With this :*!?ip rtant advantage The1"Tennessee and Georgia, ,Railroad at Albany over ,the New York city 'J .
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: '-. Maj. W. IA. Perry;' formerly of the ajaabinet t.officer, Senator. ai mbfr of Con- i wxrthy man attempted to draw.in a lump the agehtsare abl, to ui. the bonds were introduced on the London charter tbe f TammauyUcs. have'trwim'{>V ted _-

grass, or some, ,military :jifeniu-i orpoliti-' hour of .sailing"itbollt regard to Jig few and d.thrir bill through the Assembly. -' ,. '
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:Southtrri; Hcsfnga'i.ind .recently'of. : thsfcoantyjls cia who has the. t"cr of J the throno1 of just prior to his late trip Washington ;; market a dajrf'wncc. pas8 S
.' .4 third to the Governor's impeachment 1 I water of 'low water, and they announce Ii j have voted in to the d
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-- .te.LWtor, sad' Pjtgrietoc offft Great.Ulysses ; WhO corner hero.witb .a $2,000 pay that the hour of departure will be five TiiC Doul'nicians now The.IIerald? refers. ,; .

V 4 fAmerict jGa.C4mi'KT.: ,Maj.Fei1tforhIma' carpetfbag !in l hand! aad comUsion in pock- expense-, proceedings: \'in'lll'eri'latdy :i: o'clock in the afternoon, during the month : proportion. of thirty\toonein favor 'of annexation measure :. ;. .< 'I;. '.

et3pensxietl.3i1 thu:J bauibhed South by instituted against him ; aud, c to t the I Uniicd Sk3.bj S tbisv .' ...
that received
;bii.B: d *riter and fourth $t9OOO fur Slate printmbidi! of April, which enables travelers fraying j r f The charter I r- .

Infliant'carter ha his.r new field 'of"tabor.indeaterpriso ligIifuut.lnarIe? i ", to get rid .of him tuidHcru is done, "in or'ice thereof this Goi"iior Augusta,'Aiken'or Columbia I by the mom- j It i.lnl1matC"Cl 'the Loon ,Grobet whelmiDg rote is the one that' wax called -.
an -
''-V.- V oX .T ,. isjWl'y t lD ti he puts on airs, is ing trains to reach Charleston in good!, that: John Bright will soon "resignplace 11i -Tweed's charter by the Copperhead organ .

li4cs."itl .t the,.darkies, manufacturesand very nariyek \\aer. the Cabinet. the -
V time and'mako close connection, andtivtittiJ and: by representatives generally -
A ral'mad acrecf
'. ferry, a 2Ju,000 :
V -' 1. write seusaiion: torkstoibe' North, and, State aiito, U>4 amount. \ of 4,Vl"loVV.and \ ; the Florida traveler. day in t tCnarleaton General Banks i is opposed to individual of the Jaciknife! party. It is. however V ,
.--The"etaition in ibis State next fall will is c-orJiallj despi>ed, and cuts up old board G P. 31.V iatrod lIC\'d at the
S'jo000; i iij utti iear- a guuds4cn' dining on at. >I pardons, but rajs ltiatl} WUf/'in a short the first charter presentwwsion t i

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tbe'nnrnber of'Senators fly'cuIawa1knw genial weather and smooth seas, and from political dis.abiliIe.S first appearance it was calltd Freay tliartr i 1-
,',aiid."b&Jfrf n6t bow to an l j-U'll:""es for :'nort". Iu tLo oiTito! of tl oUegro 11.

V [ire to:be :elected,:and'when !the Eegjsla-J. i it, .rb a iKiTi-rcnt pccics.. vf.lhe ycnua spell homo ,kiiun as Secitfar) .of Stafe of.f fsojouraen their, Northern in1' our sunny and South seeking I The city of Jeddo i is said to contain ,.because introduced by :tb. have membef l been I 1 13
Some changes V
homes wanting a that
li-a: j h ',lut purport to.Le.uii,act of 1,000,000 dwellings and! .5,000,000 inbabit3. name. ;1'' V
tare meets again it will haeto vole : ire is ao original l C4xtLuTL; '
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: upon ; on. : comfortable way pointed out to journey made in it. Some of the departments -
tit" U sesik'U or the r-cgislai-irv ngularlj d''
I :thjfr proposed amendments' to t.bci' lunafitotien. -I of'the ft"l1oW8'h,.u'as full wf ;u<2t auci ,t V by we recommend them to take ,Charleston !' provided for'in the original bill have been ;1
figneaJ.y,i tbu G nerji-r, LieutcuautGoCenior : Umlerwoodha.silecid.tl hatC a- ,_
Judge
fUr fight, to the i : | t'
and up t4r aitu- route and the historic of the ont-a* the
'h&imeimentssfar'aaibeyI ; en top see stricken! out present ,J
of thv .,
Senate
I ) Secretary Speak.t hoon I lit tho of :'Richiooiul. .v
ally began ; who ,thought tha'in: ,aboutjtwo'wccU ) Mayor :
points in and around thd city and take of Excise-end of VMucati-y.: V
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Tro.'are of Tist'imporTance tbr'tbe tax-paj and Clerk of U.f; House, ai.il yet never department I
I ,- f\* t. u r. New York ; .would be burnt, er in I passage on one of splendid New York Meetings against.Cullum's ant i-Polygamy Many points ofdotithe 1 impolicy anti .

f .tn:of. the tate, ;, ,and. it, bebyoves everjroter ': and proposed to sow its streets ,with.bluegrass wa-. introduced, or) red, or \oted ,on. steam fleet*for home,-CJuirlcston Courier I bill are being hdd In Salt Lake evil which have been indicated i y'flje 1
It the hand-writing
:ther hou.se. i win I
: ,' evrry ,one who IceU A9 &' upon? which to pasture. and fatten I I ofan: appointee of the (:Sovernor, whoutifses5 am illst. Cit)'. :. lair riticUms of the people and the prw, _

L V :7erf. t:in.tbe State, to regUtt-r and be able his u goes, But whose courage rapidly it and a -_ SF.RnTtDE.-1 Over forty families! have l been massacred have been modified ; but in its excellent t
ob { to having forged jet i'x .
t 1'I" !ed out,or ubo- was disappointed in AL.\SIa FOR and se\ernl hundred horses capturedand of the of l
;to! TX>te.,and in voting! to vote for rno i'can.didate of this "act5 was taken on to Washington S conception unity a municipal
confederate promotion, or ,in whom dJ3cfetion copy .The New York EitHing Post ask whynot many houses burnt in an extensile government the bill is substantially tho ,

nrho! ,does not pledge ,hiniMjlf'.to ,was the, better part of valor, or by Governor Reed in order from to the exhibit make Alaska & |>enal l colony, and semi1 raid of the Comancho I udianr in Western, ,same. Aa it stands' this bill procklosfur i t
for
V Support the amendments now .proposed, who thought there.was better,pay. richer : as his warrant tho receiving land to cuti\kt there from all the States andsays ;Texas the election of a Board of fifteen Alder* \ ; .

,and to rote< for: additional amendments pluckiugs and fatter oflicetf \vitUiii the general Government scrip I : Railroad is general ticket gives a ligor- 1 I
which honda is entitled under the Agricultural V I The Kansxs Pacific : completed men on a ;
V [when the proper time shall have arrived.Tbe Union, or:who from patriotic\ motives wubuddenly College act of July 2, 1862.- "The new purchase is now worthless ; to Kit Carson, eighty-fonr i miles ous head to the city government by making '-
.seized of lo\c for ,the old I flag it cojld lw made useful as a penal colony. .
: joter who xriltully neglects do devotion When it i is known that this *>crip is worth west of Sheridan, nn1.,7 miles from the Major an effcctiieand responsibleexecutive i
and the and j
( to Union, who, for Convict sent thither would have a newCareer 'with of : t
I' Kansas Cily,1ant1"il rench Denver 'Cih'earl a great range power;
dollars the
.. V : 4tis is not & friend to his $tate, his neighbor one, or some, or all of these reasons or a good many thousand frugal opened them, they would pot be .
IHJ in the fall. localizes tha| city authority over -
naturo of the Governor's game .can ) S
V nor himself., At some, future. time we some other reasonrwto, turns up "truly I nude worse, but better, by the mode of citj"affairs by :making flit (oj.niii' .

4 Pj4'" *o take- op each of the' amend- loyal the. solerivul of the carjte.t-baggcr! perceived.Without. the Interior V Department life they would lead there; and they would. f The Tendon TWe 'regrets t the 'nluctaucc municipal departments: and lays klmi ; .!

-V and negro for county: State and Federal leaving ('C25t) to be a charge to the communityThe of the First Ixml of the Admiral! wholesome the ;
Jnents now before the people and comment. i be could sell this scrip, and then ...._ I upon cxpendt-. !
pobitiou apd pap. ty to reduce the nival estimate: ; and as- I *" '-.10 *
.upon"them.. Between the and Scalla- who is to call him to account for the pro [ Avalanche ''Gov- tare bf public rt'r V I IV i
t.- Carpet-bagger Memphis says :- cril es it to a chrome error that England i S._- : 5
V < fI, -. ... wag there js' no love.. Offices: multipliedten cecd: f Not the' General l Government, ernor Alcorn is organizing the Judiciary i h responsible'for t Itttt1Iit. of the ocaia. i The Rlfie az.tha-Ilallftt. ;J.

:: ',' .-iTTho; horrible outrages coniiaue in OrCountv. fold beyond necessity, as t they,are, are tine it is a State matter; not the, State, I of Mlx-i,ippi ,in a manner: which will $ "The steamship FieMfitr Jmt mt9SinDiegaTuesJay ; The r"'licd"r ari pUjing the i.txue. V
since the Governor owns the Legislature. .
the confidence of the bar and the >
btill too few to accommodate both. Here I win '
; iu all; of the :1renxL.te. :
i Bat a short .time sfne sbor! of (')aI. She hason ,?icie Thy
chan
however there are some
'e : 1 the Carpet-bagger and Scallawag are rival Happily. ,Judge Da\is, of Ilipley! has are ft1 peinti the nulitarr to aiJ anti aeoaroth t ,
V -. ,: V .tio\o the Tales f were ,nl,dht Jack Ev- ]*, each courting the favcrof;I heir Qew.I ces that this scrip will not thus rink into I I E'oplc. Circuit Court Judge of board Captain Comstock, the crew .ir Bncc"ssiaa"t.> powx at tLa f xllI.>ctroE. 1
V tho 'gubernational maw. The Florida nl 1 mis.ing passt.r.gribaggage, and Thlil tiling th.it they .l -aro ili i a Luf *?.I .
BV Sheriff of Orange, .and his. posse, it I ly constituted t ftllow-eit iZl'ns-bat ing each : the Holly Springs Circuit. William \
V : State of Instruction tarried 00,000: treasure fwut the wreck of the full rot of the ivn < -' >i* ott cd while the Tales' were. : ajtrmpt-. other with \igilant, tireless l hatred Superintendent Yerger, of Jackson. J., W.. C. Watson: of ,'.steamer Golden Cit t '. l'' r>ie that fhey wl friTnj.. jTLm tloxer- I
"V "j r mining and undermining, plotting and at home only long enough to collect i Holly) Springs, and Mr. Sim'rall, of South- ; nor Ktt g' ; t't1 a tils.t..ii t.W1inton aitltIenan'L4 ;

V rag to tseape.; Since. len- Moses. Barber. L-ounter-plotting, cutting, thrusting, *>Ubbing his proofs, and then hurried on to Washington era MisfrLssippi, are mentioned as likelyto I The "tl'adow of specie from' this the \\ud"r jti' a.uecsuy ;

Jr.i\na, wrested jind securely ironed and at each other.with the,utmost uiwcru- after the Governor, with an opinion -I be appointed Judges of the,Supreme i country and Europe; ,'which has beeng for his I\.t"tkn. Ha aI'Pt. W. tla ax ,,

a I :shot l tad.killed ]n, attempting t ,to. .escape palO1-it. and.to the great delectati of 'by the Attorney-General of tho State I Court,_. j I I II :ing on for tho past years, seems to have n.g-n..t tkm.ri..h..l: the ballot.at. M1' l,This y wMoh U the the"WE'{1wiU..i I"to ftre k4c'nty"k1. \lprentvey J
that the so-called l statute was no law, but been interrupted, at last. The steamship
from the gtiax]. Next comes Isaac Barber the "balance of mankind. Ami tlji i,: not lon uno1tor c-r '
V forged with the journals of tho two I T.1) 1"n V1C1 .( ITY Hammonia which arrived in New York, ,:
who 3- to That 'balance mankind"constitutesthe ; ; f m-ht! bnt in open l IT In the wry t r-e. ;
was carried Evan, ,
aTed. V residue of the white ulation. Politically House showing the utter absence of any I brought four and a half millions of francs f ue* ot tlie Amentia P-l; 1'> tb* Hmlni: pMty ,
'boose'and shot and killed 'in attempting pop I i ..o\l&ra' Uv.A.UV wr tAI-
mention of such measure ; and, finally, in Specie from Havre.The 1I.IIV
V control.
they are helpless to The Cedar trade i is brisk. i I j'utieeri.t an,1 I
: : 'to This 'Jack Evans is i it the afl la\its of members to show that j II over MoI11.l'ci" ,:
escape. jm They affiliate more cordially with the. I mystery of the murder of Mr.Vanderleien. < v-rnor IIiIJ.n. nf Xo I'I O-it.1 s x t.:- S

I well known in this community, and had Carpet-bagger than with the;Scallawag, said statute was never introduced reador I The schooner Gt). n. Dill, J. Miller j jI near 1'1'\)'. N.JY.. is reviul- 1 'wiiutht' pxrty wti. II .. .' ..: ". !I1. ; i

V to 1eatebere'with, : a J load buck-shot in but at all time* haw a cheerful helping voted on in either branch of the I -gis-. I master, arrival in this port on Saturdayi ed. His, sou-in-law, E., C.. Alexandrr, :i-uiu.v totatin a >t tof ia-j rreK>n. aa.I !

V V. I hartu, i4it .' I-, ill1": er tItJWfl.iIi.litie latnre. i last from Key West. j..reported that it was done bt three rt.l>- -ieJ f:>r a s'\\.n\ -a of tW llujt. "W|<>4.<. ,
his The of l
hack for )his general rascality l ; bit bv sAcret t je in'm nt i' to foinj ia
Which won tho race, tho Gmernor or I bt.-rs whom be off :
-- frightened by firing agun. the!: fu't. th.it th p*>oj>!" of AUnuao* omnty
4s tbe tool tbe Radicals nerd to carry out j Urwo\'tI. the Superintendent, or what has become I Mr.( II. Stricker, of New York, ha arrived Ou Wednesday, bo wrote out a are oppo 'd Jlo.tcUiHiu. mad at tatLixt e!,-etion \

(V their hellUh de?'gni hence hi*. appointment Ou the 7th int. the President appmve4 of the scrip, does not now appear: but : in thi place with a large'a \,confession! that be did t the ,decti' himself pv a it'dtr. aiin.t*
surely I this rarpet-bag Governor, of Flor- : of jewelrv. &(.. which he offers for ale. I II and then committed t suicide. : V /.O. w f'.i'l.. L.\ CI.t.<. Ks Ioila-' t
as sheri.'i'h& wholesale! killing the act of Congress, winning the dis- Can besJiaai 1)T ,Xf T-. .- C4PtcrrRES. ->- p,'Qile\l. unit lt pror>!'-::ztt! thrir tree iKtion \
ida is of .
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j f a man ganles.V I .
of-persons: : ,fialtr'1npt7"Q to.escape is work .abilitie-tof, certain persons therein named I I I The receipts of cotton at New Orlean are T t'>..K .pi-rrd r -t04 umW n brtMer tins ton.nK anil at th of* aru.Ham< Jt

for'which Jack Evans js peculiarly nl.\ p- Among bce whose names are mentionedwe I .-If von want a good picture from the 1st of September, 1&!, to the .: x S t( snpj>rt-w an-1 .le..trr y < _

.td } the mm to be A'Ottf'l'rid of are only find following Floridians,: The Washington Slur of Monday[ has of yourself or family, you should i I'30th x f March ult., amounted to l>:!a,70o. th,- li' ,.t w ,i...f \'" 'nce ot ttc :!.:t'i e fraa- ,

.: I the following : bales, being 'll,),.' bales in excess t'fl rhiT.c re arm are ]>'-ut Ltvk nmxi D e-, t
tobe pointed out by Jack's masters'and Samuel J. Douglas, Leon county ; t call immediately l on Mr. K W. Buell, ar- ear.lr l\ M.eaL; The IU>l>cal l-irty are Sit
V I, 'J'htnir has l been filled with gossip for. receipts contsponding I period of last tl' .nJ 'h,ballot anil the baTO The
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ie will have them out of the wav .Chandler C. Yonge, Pensacolav H.1. I list t, who hold forth near the Orange : rooto.
V of soasoa Ttff
\l6 the ballot.
". '' t\-rJll1nys past impending changes 1 > nrr..TTati1't'
S WalktTallahassee William Kirk.
; I Grove Hotel. His stay is short. I ** ,f the fT North
Cabinet. The that bark cisLilure CartSna \
V VV 11\ in the story goes owing I NoaiOLK:,March 31.-The Crick '
JV sacola K. 1. Perry ,Ky Wti 1. 1 S
; ; 5- 5 V i the real forts beforo tLe
cocnirr.
V QnBBLisG.BOrr I'ACTX.uUS..- to a want of harmony between the ; ( t tVi'Ti Rio Jam in for Ba.iino.: : "?;.r- : 5- !
: W. Cul pepper "Cedar K.sV.; A. ( The schooner E.Ctnmtttfrt&, \ this ::14'Lu.1J:. Ih" .); .;:nllo'ChitCl1.ar. ,
for i President and the Secretary ,of State on I :X"l 11)T, Cape Cf.nrles. Five t hbr ,"'''.' ; : ZVV S .' ; $Stat"rn '. thehea.ttft.tcfr. V
,The C0uri . Jacksonville the Cuban question, Mr.( Fish will shortly i port on ,:- v<" Clffl't'iE'na l lost with the nc. ,!; V.-' :. .*. fit U' aa-" V ) \ '
1 .devotion to .the Whig.party, has some lia Island ; Kd. Hopkins ; retire and i that his place wilt be filled byGcneral'llntler. a cargo of cedar for Mr. E. B. Raw: n. : 1 b. crw were savel.Sr. .V I S : J.teo of itnurrectl >.. au'l tr roll upon i I \
,11.-Hu William H. MilU.n J& ,
sensible remarks this which Allen l1. < l".i_' -$ f ,ar..>Ithe wr't: -f II'!Vs 017,A< .
on subject It is stated also! that This was the largest sbippttl! froir
V M. Lamlrum, Jackson c-ouiity ; Oscar B. : cargo Iris> March[ ,"30.-Adi Ices fomJarretso'iviile t V.--ettthfShtC. W:' ,'. t 1'e to :
.may be also read to advantage in this lat- Hart, Putnamtviinty ; Samuel B. McLm( owing to the growing strength of Secreta :: here for many vears. .. S (: .:Texa!, state that tbe"Cemamhe !-ifeient can->e for thiof .x.r.. rrbmn' at'U'nernC'f' '.S
V Boutwell, he looms as a formidable (, 1fOIU. 1a7r "
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: V :'itiq; ; .It t i v ffrlThe TSi James Tucker, Ftrnlndiu:1lllli1m B. candidate for the Presidency, which has A spring; with wonderful me-Ucinal: : Indians: haw lately iiasa.riIoverforty .l rr ;' "ff. t.;ri.iZ,(;f thtf 1jJ,.. ftI
t ;
tiKtaocrafic of to-day1 I Watson Douglas Dumuiett, .olusia families :in Texas. .
V party a relations beretofoa western br-toJ.i t4) E1WW4 0 4i14ZIr ft, Jq. 0"I I
V 4 ; V perfectly* diti ct .organization. It cm- county : R. W. B. ITodson: Cedar Keys ; weakened the good himself and propc-rties! has beca eo\ercd tear this The dispatch says that it i N believed that 'ill". 0 cirill-Ite. Ufo.z.srt u..a t.ue is "

Samuel O. Hou-, Marion countx ; G. M..T. K-t\\een the Exccumeand ;slact-. The waU'rs of this spring readilycure the comm.intlrr: Fort Sell could have: .t; int.z, .1 !t.id en"' l4.--ij;.r ulirc V .
-! icecsno: element of the old-line De1 I Jas. 1). that he will consequently withdraw from : l..J .J' ,ay toOl ,.Rd-hiiG). a *! U'tct S .
Madison i
Brinsun, county ; sore legs and restore hair to the Laid prevecUd the ma I. n'. .
Vt that may'not be acquiesced In by the : the Treasury Department with the view 'Jft a..l UCl any pl'tJYf "P"iY k.-1
racy I Morris, .It ff<-rson county S. Niblack, ) .
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himself in for the headed/ This beats any quack medicine. pf the &iie. It is tree thtt taunitn KB I t'tsr
t sturdiest old line-Whig. The' measures ;h Columbia county ; Henulon L. Hender- placing training t Sen-j, i Foreign Xow!. utfJ ges Late l' *n cou n xl to any l-arn..al&r

son, WaJvulla Horatio (J. a1iir1iip: now held by Mr. Wilson and ;I I Mr. Friebele has received from Lvality or any party: and whenHoUen ('oriec
that produced the conflicts, of the, past : eoautv ; Town-I himself of such opportunity a< just HAT.VS.\, March[ 2 .-C ptain.jt'n'raln to the Pn-.ika I
availing reprtse&U nn.l toConCTesa
ere either decided ] else I xen ;. long ago o; : they may be-presented in ca.mpa"gn of ;:. art are e -1- V 'have diiapprartd from the mind$ of men., 'I-IV, )hlullalJtw! u. e iuut1L; J.PITV I It i is {rossijttnl fnnlur that AttornCen- clothing, which: he offers at extremely i i issued 1 a proclamation in the course loyalty, he IH guilty of a wilful hUl np' a V
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Kt"Wt. ; Aaron A. HaCosta, l people wkoHe rights he h-vj swain U !
of which he addressed thtS proUct. -
A Tholly difleirnt series of i issues has D. ,C. Hawkins, Dntl tounty ; Lewis :i i tral Hoar \d'i'. : .-" r..h. : :\! an i ."r'T ,Jay, low prices. Mr. Friebele knows what a 'insurgents as ." S
toboMKC ,I-'O llr "rD tn. ", follow : It 5 i. "rll that the eitrf-mists
? : a have thai
V : and Di i>lH.It'' Tatnpa ; Stephen VIiitifie1il.Takr } good article is antI he keeps no' clothing \rly
the !
I V V 'come tfpon country, recognizing rCprcnt., .!." in C 'i,.rr-s k'1':. cwbll7.'btv "I know most of you have been drawn in the cnnva. avowed th.ir l"IUfitlIf ".-

certain exigencies of .ibe present, it, Is tb t-itubt) ; J. E.:: .\. Daxidvin, Uobt. .''Ylrk. 1J:1H; t':13: : .. ;It IIHnra but the l'est. Call and see them. |, into Ix-Hion by force or mulL \ Who are ing the next ctiun1y force of aruw s..uI V
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j.1, H. Love (Gad.s.leu:
II. M idsun S.
I : \ 4\\ chiefs Where is powtr Forewarned U fore-armed. Ia this
promised
DemocMtic advdiTS k bfWtlata' \"m!! 1,\ your your
the o
V JDLssioa9f party ; ;C't'IntltxauJ'r; Bell, Breard county. ,, : > DIED-At Terra Cilia, Manatee( county -: liberty T You were told that Spain could! thi'y 't1nthrir weakness. It i i"aa acknov V
itwlftotbem. BUT for this it would. I ._'. tLi r, s: -,3Tli:' n i.f SrtVrtin:; '' 1\'X and Florttla at 3 o'clock P. M., March I n &t that thry are afraid to trn>t to the nhl.i- $
I .: I 'os'T.i'a-'er' '! fjtaeral CrcsaVell: a1 that not spare soldiers for Cuba aud tba't.thoset,, aM-U will and wi he< of the pcvpltvtbt Heno'
STATE. The 1JVZJ call ,
V 'be but a dead lion, and we might as well STCALIXO A Jotb 1870, of Croup, JULlv ELLEX, blood divide
soldier t thirsted for wbo now ,I >y invuke th word la a HUM uf ppitwe. "'
> tf the Cabinet
thl it could i attention to a recent act of the bones ai.d ui s cfn nwjranuation of Mrs M. K. DICKENS and And herein is the vital issue
I bury it. But for not comj dAughter their daily rations with the women acd i i Tht'irh
!
:: will: i. 'to fuV.osOf'
1 !h banjo 4&. larclof Florida. It is Grand daughter of JOSEPH and JULIA *v v A 4 I* IBI TV K.VI[UL>dlAJ V
I bine, as if"does( !,"many of'the best. materi'als -} : ad to Organize the Aij r.ic i gitTh i 1 t'r-ltK tY ;he.qe $fti'ml'nt J but i ATZEUOTU aged 3 7 months and ;j children "you have left behind. Suchi! \. misrule. Thin ii tit be J't'r1t-tlUteat by tb.

I. tI : of parties. But for this}it could not and Tropical! I'lant 1'ropapii:ng Coa.u'ny.v | .. scv'c:: tL .y have been'rjjulv! the subject of : JO da\s. years, .falsehoods can only be temporarily effecA,.S "\Vinche8U-r. Rte" Tht e who are opjV -tlutnnairef r5

it seeks do lie f n rri't : liy uhkb it certain of the bag'pntry dispatches l.fJll1 te'rers by: (('rr(' l'OllJt'n'c.1 j int.m.I I tive. i i"I I >r A>non>). |>untyim2ioe :.aailuf
\ :irprescnt, as to carpet Little, JCLIA was aninteresling. Lhe Eastern Department ansi l the *>d ia\ d-x-'t nnoror.1L' It tus;ij tfcpULft V
I' of tbe whole which is Vmijply : Florida, will undertake to drain i i telegraph' ard wrri! % "t(rs, we give i thing the Radical jxirtr d .ire. Such an VI
t tism country, i 1 ovti-jrlade ??, they arc tu nx-ti\e in f-csimple -'I the stGrie. as :.1 jurt v.f ,. htory of the gent child,'and her death is a heavy blow Chu-o Villas District are returning to! *ia wouLl bopone

"a consolidation of all .peaceful ele- V' about one- f tho WeLern tlt-1bar&meMten- .*\ for ".-tVjriViVwrlr..-.
't ineiti the of a till 'your repose,
against nrUktpirit ical area of the \vh< l.* State. lie charter
; -I "- VV-.- S cuts. Tluy hive the I 'ml\lllhies &their j joys security and trauquilbty, and the:, -S .-_ 5 5 5 V

I V progressing'revolutionary and licentious tiHs'tbt'm, the country ,south tfl'I }:x-co, nlHra ( aXttU -.-The V friends in this sad nmi :tit) l Let them I public welfare, credit and true liberality 1 I A S .. Revels the Senator, o.4i.
1 .V craving for agitation and change. A Towi>bip; 2S, which, asMl!* n.lJtr"il1' pies the t*U once occnpied by Je3cr.on Th :'
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p ;rcei\e from the nupnduJes; about! LrpzU.iz says that "Savannah I Isparticjulary howeer IK comforted by the words of i increases. The troops no longer needed 5 This iffhrtsth Radirih a theme fnrcomaieot. frrqi ... '
mission of thIS'l'rr is a good minion, nojnatterhow : honored the time the ; t;in'those districts will come to the mountains !i I l nt the lK-troit Free PrDuea i.ask. j
V one-Lalf Manatee rotrntMl.rh all of at present by i the Sa\ior : ,
I it is mai>haJc d or by .bat ; of the Central Department, anti a'' S not: ZAchanah Chan j l Dade, the whole of Monroe and all the rtrUMIwe of IlLstanguIsbetl I Co&fetlerate "".1T.' ;ii/.'* & itt i.&fM an'lj"I'" thJ lh.-m v4 t.> I once occnj> evl bv Lewis Casu? Iii not Feutou

L ( ingredients it should be made up, or keys and island* south Cape Sable.II .- lc.aders. General Lee aud ('n. Johnston \!&> ox for tfs&rJa i. Vi' kin.LIu% (1" U'rJr- war, of which up to the present time you. : in the eu of Slw AVri hC Dick Yaten in the iI
"' have had idea will
,. no begin.
wbicbevfr name it and aving stolen about.eeryt t hies('l may carry;
State on which "the could lay claw, wr -tand in the front rank and we learn that 'I call on none of jou for help, for .I IhkaitlVcb>ter. Dnke in that of Thou < H,' I VV .

V :we wrioasly counsc-1 the parties from now find tne reconstructed government Gen. Hardce: i< expected here to-day on a5sit The Mobile Register reports that on need none. Tbe clcmtney; my prodS -: n.( ->n. ()!;x in that one wenj ie Qia: u aad Moiun Va lUireu, atd Grint '
.wbom-webve taken the liberty of quo- W>dnc!lay nioming serious mutiny (' r was interpreted as weakness, and {n
of Florida actually stealing the State it- \i to his relalhes. General Gonzalez S thd of (KcrWs.hjn..tei '(!..n./ .
I tbgthepreceedingillustraSjons, to read : selfand 1"rticuil1g it out, by the two anda brokf ont on board the British ship Dorset V I do not incline to imitate them. But at t 5 _.._ __ V I
i i- also visitors and
and to study a fable which they will find half ("tUntil'SLt a time, to the thievingcrews among our among Capt.' Gruzr in the lower fleet.The .- the same time, although! jou arc rebels j DELEHATES ELECT. The Nashville! ,
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book of the venerable whith environ the gislature. tho:e resident and doing busine in ourS mutinous jv)rtion of th. crew con to-day, I do not seek jour lives and advise Qlirisrian Advocate rgives, the following
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in the spelling -'. V city, we have General Lawton, (General i tt"tltf"t'n mtn. bnt. as u4lt1al in nch you to submit in time to save 'TlUr-j'lJ..tf delegate* from Floridacral totheth'a- \ I

I f Coah Webster>and which relates to a certain Several weeks ago General Butler nomin&ted -S Lo\cll, General Jackson. General Sorrel, cases, others of the crew so far sympathized selves ; for as I soon as operations have V Conference cf the J.I|K. Church \

dog who crossed a stream hearing. a ;for appointment to the MilitaryAcatlcmy ( General Kirkland General General with them as to leave the task ofsnibduingtheni'chiefy commenced in 'this Eastern Department South; which is to meet in Memphis I ,

f I oit meat"and"; what befell him. If thist a colored youth named Charles ITncpau, to. ,the officers.Tbesn .- they wIll IK? proM-utP-.l *itb energy. let Tenn. May, 1-70 : Jost-phn.! Andtrxm, t

V ; its"* Sumner Wilson,of :ll'm. lassadiusetts.The Anderson and General 1)iekersn.: all ., found the task tot heavy for them, tiie end be what it nay E. I.T. IV.aie! George W. Taylor. and -'

fable does not drop! moral Jn theirminds nomination: wa< referred to'the proper of.whom l bore conspicuous parts in the ring-leader in particular! being veryrefractory All those who snrrtmVr thetr arms to ,C. 1' Crawford. Keerves : W. Moore, I S

ityfll at least refresh their prthogjaphiy ( officer in 'thd War Department. who J late struggle. I I I I ; anti apprehending bloodshed", any legitimate alIlh: ,. twill be well re- Sam. WcHidberry, A. J. Perkins, and S: t

and:i-erhapa amusa them. ,ascertaining that tbe youth i b aged only \ ...._ -- the Captain 'signaled the United States ccivedanti-tbttr. l\es ar hfrtby piarannvd. I* Niblack.DENIAL.. S I!: 1

V __ -- sixteen years and four monthInstead, of Revenue Cutter Delaware, Capt. Colds 'Bnt from The hrne.tof t tt off.r _.a -5---
't
<3 V 4 V /evenJeen Tears, the minimum requm-d by $I' .To repress the revolt in the Red RiverS bury, from which a force was dispatched jour principal l1 leader and the .tfit
V N1L Grant hissed a Pwclamatkra : b; ;. accor5ingly notified l"'Grnbral l butler county, the English Government is preparing which succeeded but not without some S the! so-called Cuban Goiernmctt are exT Stonewall Jackson' indignantly)' the i

V the rtiifcation. of tbe Inai candidate i it for of exd lition which trill include in the .. ,
annonnciug .tjie ; reason being an & difficulty patting mutineers into 'hitlt'(1. 5-' : h": story that she is, oon to marry a Boston i immitcWrt

V XV.Amendment. : t under the prescribed age, ineligible. steel: battery with lono men. i iroc*. I One of the first sets of the CsptainI -. .- !'IMt4r9 RptG'n.


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lot Virginia, under. -the new constitution, SPRING GOODS ';
;. (has pasted a law .allowing.asp '.rate of LARD, ''''f-: .:'ocDUTTER. 4. GROCER l.ESfAND
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leading commit toes in both Srnate..ttdBonee .- ', COI' E& / ,- '
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'i*in aeopn anca with.the iudwment of persons "". I',. '. Sprague's ', .' ,. "J
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Il : r '. : .; 'i 11) V : ""IF' t; JUST OPENED AT THE
not.adioium much.before the Ut ofA-ugust.. 'to _. o,' dK. Y Y WHOLESALE t Tallahassee Plaid. STOKE '
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:: lta. ';U .t.ms. all of which'arc:. "offered- ,for sale_ cheaper li r 'Ii '-

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'. 'BLU3I'k.KLOPPEN BURL Swiss Muslin I rr
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: { h.NOTICE j 1 : Tampa March 29. 1870. lf'V : Linen Checks I J
J.,. J .A. E s Heavy Ocnaburgfl, tR. "
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Reed Per Steamer Lavaocn from New Orlruns,
:, ,' -'U .,. . Blpka Cottonadee, i I, --
WHITE CORN t
i 'TVIL'A. & X>K CHDUVA'DOt.iAea the. public ax.BY Camukt Jeans, -;
J7 ihai.being called on.botdnew to Ohio. hjviHrvtom C'as1Pi : Shirting ,/ FLOUR. COFFFE. .
1 t*.Tampa. in June ,next Those Sheeting*. CANDY CLARET WINE "i
'lavingrlafaiR against-feint ll'8lueliWd.to.,to Hickory SOAP. 1IACCAKONL
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1 ...plWlent:such at hut return and those o.ing to Denims, VEBMICILLL CHEESE, I sty': -
4 .him,..pisses aettle,the same time 'V I D iOIt'Cedar .I&C Fancy Spring Balmoral Skirts, Skirt Braid BUTTER, LARD. W .
Hatches, Pilot Dread French Bread, : Butter. $t.
'i Tampa, April Oh1870, 2m. 1. Bhimenthal Trimmings ic, Ac' Also '
Crackers Pickles, Buckwheat, Onions Ac. V ,
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F ''ij' Il: ; / "ANDHA A'FIXEASSORTIEX: OE'j: I j

RETURNED from the Markets of New York Philadelphia Boston and New Orleana. Boots. & goes
;I OT HEREBT.FOHEWAIIN all.1 iersooe from '; ,v JUST have ruirchahed} inLine addition to our former extensive |11.001"aried' Stock, a complete full I ]IBIDWAEIEi. ]I 1 ,
:J.,1I1 tea'f7irin with any of the cattle belonging of STAPLE DOMESTIC DRY GOODS, such as SPLENDID STOCK 01 i i t
': to the following brand: The JA block ; the Cotton : ;
: i Heart-ft ar-de4ia stock;,the;Cart-wheel 1. T Sand OSVABUIW IJES1Jf.. STRIPE*, PR1XTK GL\GUAMX/MIEBT1XOS. SHIRTI.YGS, AVEBY' PREMIUM PLO".S.The ....
: Crcla, .ttocx ADI; p7 raft iuterferiufor LISSEYS SOUTIIER1110MESPC1. ; YJJLYiitc' I
\ txUing. any cattle in,theca ,stocks, without I Highest. Market Priceill'be given for all Tinware' 1 "
1 my authority, will be dealt;.with.,according to Hides kinds of tot

I 'law.-1.lfanaiec> ,ew ; Wro.,H. .ADDIROX.' Latest Style I of Dress Goods, Produce He/keeps constantly .on hail _' f tA I -
12th 13a.
April ,: 1970. Country
fine awortneiit of Shawl*. Blanket*, Flan I '
i .., ", ----= D.eer'Skins nel. Calico, Sheeting, Shitting,Jam!, Balmorals
: I .' Such OH Lawns, CtanLrias JaconetK Swiss, Challiof, Organs iew, 'etc,. etc.. with a- fall assortment .- :C. L.,,FREBELE- Ticking Stockings, O.mburg. Table t V
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'I F U. J Sale of Trimmings, Tampa March 15th.. tf.' Glothi, Denim.*,DeLalne, Pacts Cloth' AI- ,. V t tp.tea
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Plaid.Stripea, llickor .Linen, Handkerchieft -

.! 'T.1I" Sooth rs I', B.2d\V:'19\East G1I1''T.29'-conUlna111XC34QO ;' Potatoes, M line af I (Snjt's) gmum\\ ,@):I thi 1FD.LL ASSORTMNT 1 Veils Calicoes;Ribbon,, Collars Cambrics;Glove, ,Merinos*, La Drilling wo,Jae o nets C.,..''Winter lnem,* l .!I

t .acres,'and 'ei 2 tulles .
t ix & t1.ttt ofTfDQpa.cnthe OF In hia Grocery Departn.eut can always be:found 1 I
t. 'By. Ha a"dwelling' house Chickens & FLOUR of nil tirades, : .
and,other improvement, +*, and Ji known as the c. 30 Cases Boots and Shoes Salt, Corn, flacon, Pork, :boulders:: I
"Gate., Place Mackerel Maccarooi, Vermicilli Fancy' Candy I
.- n Alflo,'8 I ots. E. l, R. C. in T. 28 8, Range:: .lFALLND ,CoJ lull, French Bread, L'ickiM: Su"er
S3 E.'COI1IA1na 79 S5-100 acre; boa imprm e- By BLUM & KLOPPENBURG. Crackers Soda Cracket. Pilot Bread Coffee I
meats,and was lately! occupied "by: : James J, Green and Block Ten. -
Lewis Tampa.:March 20th,1870. Batter, Sugar. Candle, Hatches, Ciyar, Soda i
.1 Also, West Iell bfLci2Ia'Block72, in Tarn ,1 t'n'lI, Ladies, Misses, )Iles, rind/ ChilJreri a Wear from the moat reliable manufacturers. Kerosene Oil. Syrup Lye,Canned Fruit -

1 M, (see Gctierel Mxp.)bw ad jmpnn-ementa, Soaps, Nutmegs! Sag, JlustsrJ Snuff..>Iilk
J o t a number of thrifty' Orange:"Trees are onthe CHEAP FOR YOU 15 Doz. HATS Cot SHS.X liOY'S and .'iO\JTll'S Vin car: Pepper Spice; Dried rpt\-I and -1
rucatLot..tn.! .. l'ecan"u&., Chette_ .. i
: ,lokApply to the Babscriber, .
". \\ \ \\ CHEWING SMOKING TOBACCO
....,p; -.\ .,, JOnNDABUNG. rrceiper Steamer Lavaca, a large POWDER. I
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t :t 11aa>pa,1n.Aprl11.h.187O'. .tf.NEW of Provisions: whichwe/{ are offering 4I.EAD. '
Ladies i HATS TRIMMINGS MILLINERY GOODS Etc. "
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..... at very law prices. SHOT. :
: YORKIGWEDtla GOO DS CAPS. ;IAn
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FRI assortment of Measure.Buckets, Broo msAxelIeUes. I
BACON. at 20 cents per pound.
Pail.. Tubs. Sieves,
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JPBIE Ub'DE88 &?received" a MESS PORK at 20 cents per pound. i Coffee Pot, Tin Pans Pint and Quart Cop I Ii

._: .JL 8upOTC4otbfCIXTHINO.;consisting of i Pocket Knives,Table Knives, Gimlets,Lock); ,
: PRIME MESS PORK at 18 cents per pond. .lliuges, Potware Pens, Pins, Needles Axes, .... I .
DraP crl ete. CLARKE & CO.
E. A. r
"r' '- LARD at 20 cents per pound. \ A large and cplen
A1liaaa White Dock'i, "' "" Cream CottonAde"Duck "x BUTTER at 50 cents per pound. / Q -- Brandy\VLuker. V '1'Wiaee

.., ,' Lemon Syrnp, :
..:':: .. Also nails of all sizes at 12 pound for $1. r.al I>berry Syrup '.f
(;$doth alpaca 25 Boxes various brands manufactured Tobacco Floe Assortment of Calicoes, DeLaine, OU orair.ioa Mint Julep.TKIUISCASH .
l Firkins of Prime Lard, A
... For Bale! y .ChaUe)'.. Alpaoe, Bleached and Brown OR COUNTY PRO \ -
BLUM A KLOPPENBURG. Jeans, Cat KlanneU.
Brown Linen Cotton Otnaburg. mere
'/FShirU 10 BUs of I-). N. Pike's Celebrated DUCT .
t V \ g t; 1 amps, March 22J. 1870. tf.W.HTEDV.lMEDfWSTED IXKK() Pouiids..of Clear Sides Bacon Whihkey's Brown and White Kentucky Jean. Hickcry t
IIndemhitts J ;etmy.ml \'LileLiaen rri :;, Stripe, Tickings,Gin$ hairi, Striped Domestic TAmp> January 5th, 1870. toe f

1. Jtc.i Al&cI' ': \\ \ \\ t \\' \I 10 Barrels Mass Pork, GOO busuhflti Prime white Tennessee Corn. Ribbons*, Ladie of Hose all descriptions, Half Hore..te.A .Handkerchiefs, BEST INDUCEMENTS ; ;,

i fine lot of
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7 .i t: 250 Buhhek Prime White and Black Oats. :
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.... I GOOD CYPRESS 25 BOTCH Western Reserve Cheese. \

Kew Style Hats fur Gattlcnecnr.dugs and 100 ooo 50 Box of Kerosene Bead'. Rde Clothing, EVER OFFERED IX TAMPA, .. t
<* Oil,
SHINGLES.ELTJM I 40 Sacks of Rio, Cnlwv and Lugnira Coffee.

: IaJks1S'hdch 30 Barrels of Rmiorttsl Crackers, 25; Bam Irish Potatoes. --

F .. KLOPPENBURG, ;5 Dozen of J. S. I.c'rt'u'xf'll, o'e .
10 Kegs of Powder I BOOTS and SHOES, Hats 0 .
tie Ui5 are respectfully invited U J Tampa, March 7th 1870. Ini -<
i ( 5 K of Goshen Butter,
i 50:; bugs assorted sizes Le Roy Shot, "-gs Z t

... Tampa, A?riI;12th." \- ... J''TMtELE, \WANTED% And in fact a large 111.1"ILrit'
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E. "-' .'' TINWARE. 4UUU Sup 1 i e s Cllroi Ik Ir 1 W !l Ir ,<5 a :c <.... ; -;:= C r w, '. \ I'

.t LBS OF DRY COW HIDES, P I pi !: Ills 0

i Dish Pans, Stamped Wahh B MI'i, Milk Paw i errs, ? ; =S _
Cups. Spoons Pocket Knives Dip "1r
I penwPlntrtC' Candle Sticks Ketikti. Gardex:: 2000 LBS OF DEER SKLlS. -l' :: P I

TroweH'Watering Pots, Match Safes & '. To suit the wants of our people all of which has Iron selected with the greatest of care, and'' :_: ?'"- .I. r .
y For eah very cheap, by 100 will be gild CITE FOR CASIL Call and Examine our Stock and you will find almost anything io ,... iS \
OTTER SKINS. yon want, and we will guarantee satisfaction fresh and '-.4 >
you as our goods are new staple Ins.5' & iu- ; ;::
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C. L.. FRIEBELE. By C. L. FRIEBELE, and sold at topulnr prices. S 53 .
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Received '. .

r 200 l DOZ: CHICKENS, ..-- A Fresh supply of New Goods !

4 :""'.10 Dot.. EGGS. T41zi.: : "Iied. _
: STEAMER FLORIDA rhcnp and rear which the highest price will He pni.L c l FAMILY GROCERIES,
AT THE '
PEB: awortod Stock of Merchandise: c-on- 'C: L. PRtEBELE.WANTED .

t eiatiag offlour Batter,
New Store ,,-

,WJilit1'1. 5000 Ibs of Dry Hides Cheese, FTaving removed to my New !Store, I am now '

Soap) TotCandJ" \ GOOD CYPRESS; il prepared to furnish the public with anything -
,Cheee, 150,000 Startu. ; they need in my line, and thcajKT than ."
Soda, Shot, i., S ,. I l.U L E S can be purchased elsewhere\ I have just rec'd ,
Brooms, Plows and Point Pickles, Flour Corn Liverpool and Buy Salt _
Alpacas Braid Astor Cuuan,{ '- Dy' C.* L. FRIEBELE. HIGHEST PIICEPt 11), / BLUMEXTIIAL t 0. Irish Potatoes, Onions, Corn Meal. Grits Sodi-
Ladies floe Hoophkirts. March) 15th. \ ... tf Crackers, Cheetw ('tIff...., Lard. Suit, Starch -
LiceVeiK; Damask ToweLs --- Soap, Caudk-H, Matches, !Shot.; Powder. f ';
Linen CheclJ, KirklAnd Stripe*. For Sale EI*>OIU Salt*. Wright's: Pill, Laudanum, Pors- t
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Alhambra Pi&idH, Cottonade. Crackers, Boric and Camphor. t

t Jeans Deoinw :Tweeds.Amoukeag : aK1: "Iied. .
--V FishCorsets OsnaburgN ., LOTS 1.3 and 4,V'in Block 20 in Tames: (see ,. teroleic 011. Tea ColTtr, Sugar, Candles' TIN-WAREOF.tLI.h1NDa: rt.w .
I jXanettica $ !lAJ.at) present occupied by
Ac. Judge James T.Magbee.] Apply to the m\>- -!
TVOOD-WARB ant
> "- scriber, _... Lard, Pepper, Soda, Initartl Spirr, Candy, HARDWARE,

L. G. CO\'ACEYICrt.Agt. .. JOHN DARIiR G.. I'OT-WARK. .
"A}+rI!'6th tf ./Tampa. FLsarril Cth, 1':70.. : tf 250 OTTER, SKINS Alt kinds of Smoking and Chewing| CROCKEILI-WAIaE. ;


Ho for New York. : ; For Sale. QJQ) l), Tie finest asso>.(Intent t II. "

For which We pay the highest Market Price, I, BLUMENTHAL 4 Co. t

and'4eet Schooner ji A Good and tout nailing Schooner, of 44r CORN & FLOUR : LADIES' b OENTLEMEH :i )
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strcnc about 6 tons barthen. In good order i
'DILL win be ia
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and condition bavingbeen recently" ....
.:tamp on or about the 10th innL. repaired. Will be sold on reasonable terms. And we will continue to receive by each Shoes. '
1 to yecdTe a ea.rgo of,Cedar for New Apply at this V steams from New Orleans and New York additions ,
1 ydik "An and erson srishing to have freight March, 1870. OFFICE. WANTED to our Stock. Give us a call at the
to, from New York:; cheap can do A FXE LOT OF CUTLER. .
i applying.to"m. or.. ru y Agent,.at my.stand Valuable Place Conmiuln Or. Blue Store Also a hplendid assortment ofDry '"' -

JOHN MILLEIt.41smp.'Apvi'15ttr angeo Grove Ac, For Snlc.A .
"' will cell Goods low they can
if And we you as as
Valuable! pLv-e sitn ted on the Gulf Coast, 500 Deer Skins he purchased in this section.
il just above Egmont Kt'l' is offered for sale Goods. '
upon reasonable terms. T lIOn this place thereis
Notice TERMS CASH,
I 135 acres of lAnd, 2-> first rate hammock.
Uy / BLU
1100 Orange Trees planted out, some bearing. WEVTHAL&CQ. OR BARTER IN COUNTRY PRO Calicoes, Shirtings .
,5X10( Orange Trees in nurtyery.. Grapes, Gnaw!! DUCK at C.4S111'llICES. Iili -tin Osnabnrgs, '
I PUBLIC ARE INFORMED THAT Cocoa NnU AGFortLarther Tampa, Oct 27th. 16A9./ tfSheriff's ,I Linen, Bed Ticking.
THE have purchased the entire stock of cab I information- apply.this.of ice. I Hickory Stripes, Denim, DeLniut'1b.. .

lie belonging JAMES 1TJMRMVT Par.tte _u I Ir Notice. 1 A unall lot of SUMMER CLOTHING. ,.
*using any bf these cattle withdut"Ihe per-I AMBR TYPE Plm1JRHS TAKEN 1 1i t

j -d Wnao r my. ,&genta.'pmioasy- ] had, will be ) J baa (,,.;A,. I SHERIFFS OFFICE, J l I' t'Iien.1il1I1MOrtment of _

4: JL.-cd in the Court House ia January 4th, 1870. (rTIJE JI, .I
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...'0. SAMUEL Mrrc ELI, ;.f" i Cedar Mill ,
.'/.Tampa,'Mch 22d. ]mo. this.place.'for/ the,-purpose ., 'f,..' Tampa .CITIZEN: of HillRborongh County : '.,
of;tIng..Pictures,i in the I-- _' hereby notified that Mr. I. D. UAY. Q) ) QJ ,
.. ., /'For, Sole.m Utest Improved i'utyle. War. GOOD is appointed Deputy Sheriff of this .

f'?. s' -- d!rant b pre l'Iftti' fitetjon. Monday's, Wedne&dAy..Tkunda.IIADdS&tl1rd& WE ARENOW AS HERETOFORE prepared to purchase CEDAR at our Boom, -for.phieb County functions sndwill of that from office this in place date of exercise Wm.the And, in fact :you: can any thing tll\t.! in kept in /
II for the white Capt.
A TsJuable pUce ejtaated too miles west jpf win the Market '
highest Price We
will
pay only purchase good Cedar. freo Rworms f Sweat resigned. a Fin-t Cl>*8 Store, aid at pritxa whieh'I"lU astonish -
& Tatapa.Apply At Jhis *and Friday's for the colored. straight grain,,and as fur from knots and rots.as possible. and to measure not. leaf.than IE. HENRY you; lire: rue ft caU. ,
ALBURY.Sheriff
,c.") .fossck; !:_'.-" OrTICE. 11U," :. ( > E.H./TYLER, &:.nn:r inches wjuarc at the lower iiid.. *' ,
s. ''Il1fZ's: 1870.. .' .?. *-' -, ,'Hanh-15th187o.: 2w ,. I.. B.JlE..-rlIA 7k I HillHburongh. Co. E.: 1). GRANT. .
< Cpo ..7 Tampa, Jan, 4.1870. tf Tannin, February sth,1s70. V I. .

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I! rr :DOTYVSj, Jodlcafl ,Circuit. SUte (Florida) ,
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: 1 riAfNti@M p3 FOR HIDESI DRUGS & MEDICINES. i '"
v v IATHEEES: OF EBDT \ r>e CASH -- j ItDEBED, That U. '"FtoKnu' Pxsxsttl

_: Oh, Englaod'ta Lose-cbeeked maids are fa'r :: J a'Newspaper pnUuhed in tM City of Tarn*
BUSHELS CORNJOBLS.'FLOUILi p.,; in aid Chem Iw; and: the teams uniTW;
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And Seethed b'rfg'ht.b'etn4 lassies ;' 200 m J..p'Y tU>r Ib, C"h..for ood Dried -
e- V IAClIlN designated aa one of the Official of.laid
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I t Lof.'. bt.utilJ.1- t isaea ; { .J-. f'f T_. BUD BACON, .' -, !.- 1'\ t.-r M"'r'; "" tfi ... '. .J APING .RE (QVED- "TO Chancery Order Book, And that the Clerk notify

I ALA >Spanish orbs invite"or dare I 1 TCE RICE,. .C s,I<
I Between the ails swift flashed ; .CHEE jiElitlSE:,r'>$ 0 n Q Vft 1\ ] 9\ Z U't ael y I, M,5..p\" ; sale, a Urge sad ,wel !!;%> V : :"t -, t / "i"a "
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'. But one I know| t toore'sVeettnWo rafcj r1 CL'EAu Fl r,.. r; .. eeted Mcn-tm..tof Drug*. a STAT or Furanu., ;V< i ,.;.f ... "
County lbbotoa
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., Who all the rest surpass**- SODA and LEMON CRACKERS. '- Medicine .c..oon.i.t. ,
,. A fine lot of Lorillard'x Superior Chl''in"TOBACCO. ) DRER.SKI1fS, Ing in part of the following ; In P. LYONS, Clerk of the Circuit Court, ,
A "Tin. dear Kathleen, ., of Erin. .. 'i and for the County and State aforesaid,
".: ... i attic'.ts( vis. .s
7 V For sale by C. L. FRTEBEEK Uo 6Mid.. iyres and.BairfSarssparjIla, 7Mr do hereby certify: that thVTowgoing U ours ,.
.2'f r11.1 }1 of the
.From East to West+from every clime 1 VVI i it tr .-n i n i- //j ,. >i.All iOs l&tirjRtstofer; ,,_{Trico/terptif \aril. !)'J in red my
When, irara end bright; the ,'bco\l fitwfc .n.\ Kathsrion
:-n'. ) Hooffland'tand hlostetters Bit tn., Witness my3 and and seal of '
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'fleetest-- .
NOW [I: s.J 1 office; Nor. SOth, 186U1L -
orw AV .Arm' McLean's'
V : right's. Jayne Fahne-- V ,
F.-om Northern .bore of frosty rime, I '.' r. f'. ;r e r OttON.: I,rcpf & stocks Holloway's and Ptshler'a Villa. P'L TO S;; (
: I j) I.. < : ilfci:, :, Coonjry Clerk Ct Ct. Hillsbotejigh ColNotice. YLr: '"
t To tropic gUvles; here Love seems metiest- j.n lVC< : jaSJore. *" peo- ', -" _. WesHa '
die u ill do ,i ell to give rae"a call. .1
I've seen Earth's beauties in their f rime,* *, A variety, of Fancy Soapn.PERFUMERY I

L? witchery's varied charms completes, F\L'L:\ AND'VJ\ LQR ]; Tampa, Oct 12th J01IN1 iHLLER, If i ,

Worthy.to live in sons aublim*-- 'j .
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; V {{And tnongetjhem alL,thelairc.at,.slreCtest- tJ ::11( : 'd Track's, Greys, McGcil's and Holloway's Oint =.re. auta7lr7l. All persons having d ma" '. la dear KathleeiC of Erin. of Malcolm G.. PtUnot late of Her-
NI\V\ F KR 8 !t.nE i meat > ; : -. r
MNIT Dhlley's. .in'Extrictor ant Rntsia Pate, =, LATELY MCCH Dn'IIOTED-AJiiD THE SKWftniveraal nando County. deceased i; "art hereby notified Ito

Her cheeks bare not despoiled1:the row, G 0 i O.'Si: 1 :14W : V' :&' Usdwsy's Heady Belief and Ready .Resolvent, preoent them duly'authenticated to the nndendfrned ;

; Put from the lily ta'en their tint ;' r.1 -ANDCABINET- Browne Essence of Ginger 1'hilotpVen, Pain Slothes within the tine prescribed by.la t .
r 1 filler Hemboldts Bncliu. Teruvian Syrup: wringer or this notioo will be j4 *d in bar of their rcovery. > ;
Nod her tree gleams and glow* :1 India Cologogue, Lnudnum, 1'aregorici Bate-- Of w C All persona indebted to said I I E.atiale .,,\l,

Of liquid sunshine's golden glint- ,I SHOP man's Props. Browns Essence of Ginger a are dttdred to come forward and make !immediate ... i.

f' V Ita soft brown ripple gently 4o'A-... AT :tT vniiety of Worm Lozenges, aYLrietyof Fluid Improvedwith KaweU'n Patent Double Cogwheels -, payment toJOSEPII "' ,! r
with the '( Sirett, tTI" Tinged faintest
: hint Tor
; Waft't'- for superior to apparatus washing .
March Mm'f.
z. b found any Brroksrille. 10th 1870. /
1 article thatcan u a
While her blue eyes calm depths disclose J QIIN; 3J'ACS9' .6" llTorkol fII'U--.P: all DoeHpllunaW v' I every > clothes! ever invented, and will nave their ,

J 1 ., That' sterling coin:from Truth'I own niint, [ II in the above! Line with noatuci CITY DRUG STORE. coat twice! a year, by Racing labor -and cloth*,*. ,

r. la dear, Kathleen,'of EriiL :HAVING OPENEDJL\, GOODS I RES- and dinpatch. Satisfaction guaranteed Southern people who hjive abed, them tastily Notice !1'1

T I ( iniite my' friend* and the pubs tr Please call and admire m -New'Store eu follows : -V'I I-i

Her form has all the'%vine's li Bghtgracfl lie to call and exaftiinbefore_ punning tl<,; and be sure to buy MEDICINES.F : ; They save throc-fuurths of the labor and persons harinp claims or deli wdtt agttlnltt
.. where. ._ My goods "ha Ting& .Cceo. Vovjjit tQr.CASlI. my for themselves ,both in All
And like the river reed, is alonder ; : ci>tit I\nI-1"I1Y money the Estate of Henry Hope. late of Item aa- ; _
they are sold ss low as any can be and contulme'iU; Let every yoottf holy learnto do county deceas l, are hereby notified to I
"p r 1 .Per arch speech bears a piquant(trace bought ii! n .rk|V :Mj Jtoflk'io1.Tf FURNITURE CLEWED ,AND REPAIRED FBRANCH.{ usa them, aal evcTyuruirrfed one keep them. present them lnly authenticated within the '
Of Erin's accent faint and tender ;. JoJy2'lb.1869. in h..r house." X-IO Vrlt'tlltS 1'ic'tfYU/It'. time prescribed by law or this notice will bWpliad .
READY MADE COFFINS
While o'er her sweet, expressive ".'.u enxlliiit V'iu.Liag;; Muchine. We have in bar of their recorery ; and all person .
Thought ever-flowing tides engender DRY Gbobs) ; ._ Always on hand trial i"'flle- Clothes Wringer in very uper- idvbtM to Mid entate are rt iae.tcd to matt :
ion A good Land will a ash A urge number of immediate to -' ,
Hippies which, bright and playful, race rdirs fur f' W ork PVT ''jl: ai J cndo.1: t to. 'f PLOMDA BAKERY : piece ia a fvw! hours"-Ji..teljh! ((1". (.*.) l.jJ8. payment, Wm. M. GARRISON Adm'r.Brookgrille. .:

Through an the moods good angel send her Tit O nJ'efr" gbt tia 1at.; (CaJPQ ottAtry r ucetllenfurluroitureJ. tvp-A J/ti/i: <"fW. a Feb. 22d,1870._' '6w I IV !

a 'j Ob, dear Kathleen, of Eric. ineinpaitofIsines. \. D. Il AY GOOF "'lvt) Mcchine tarn humbug, b.it.'a nccea4-ity 7
f '* BILKSJrtSs..bL1bJIAY DE- TAMPA FLA. in every r.ww1.hot'1 (.V. C') ."!Jlft- VI V ;

.. J Bleet be the winds. ,whose tempered. power, Flannels, Shirt Ikioma, Cloaks Shirting 'BER'ltMANN WEISBROD, tltrll'C'I' Notice ,'i _
Rafted this lily to oar clime,, Shawls Balmorals l Stocking1, I Gart'e fIIi' Tks I reslI 01 cast, "We would not part w ith it for anj tiling: and _
And doubly- West the.k enemas hoar' Hoops, Glore!' -'floodNubia,' OolltrsSbeef.np. '! F bo couiiK-lled to do' without if-jlqnjantutett SIX MONTHS from dutc. I will present ay I!
.That made her i. :*antcit! >Ui;;,jTH.nkefr, iliiriini i : sA bDLERQ ( \'a.rost.t\ ) u and rocchrn to |the Uonorabb ,

And precious friendship mine. Good,. Kitbobs',!ard eterything (la.&U i. I liae.| I Ir CAKES: Ac. Ac.. G "We have one, and 'jxak fronts obwryation. Judge* of the County Court of Hernando Cototy. .'
though my hopes may never tower Ladles Drcs Goods, It worku tuliuiniMy. In one !viiir it will pay Florida for final Bfttlerumt and discharge

i + V 'ToBflek for lore out helots to twine, i:1 of e'erv d t'riptioD. Ler'UpAoislerffe Will be kept( con fur_ itnelf.: "Clrnltiiid! ((7;,iiu) Itminer. from UIQ estate of Greeu B. Moore, deceaaed \
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Tin dark obSvion'B carrtame f! !
lower t '' \Yashrn V
Gentleman's '"We hale tats. of'DotjiCIvthoM \
1- My tenderert thought* shall still bo thine, Ready-Made I 10thing, f "wnJ'attOHo( any buaine'ssinthilinewith utantly on hand imd our honsrl.old are ia wstm-ieii over it.- WILLUMW.Admiuiiitrator.WALL. .

Ob sweet Kathlt'f'Do.of' ,Erin. F Ill.e'13oo. ... ._s f Sb.oes, JL neatness and dispatch. I.m now prepared L.+ TJiey unint tci>i.cui:7.erii: of time and labor." :
> to fix Mattrense as cheap <>r cheaper nod lor I hale at theFLORIDA w% -- -VbLjjirblS.Z.blrerti.cr.( ) Brooksvillc, Dec 23th l8C9. Km. j -

Though deep and wide than it ean be dune eliewhere. I cnn be found "Flu8nl''rit.r to any appomtnii for wiu-Ling
the'suIt between YANKEE: NOTONS i
all& times at ray shop, on the oppooiteside, of BAKERY cVithoH ever inn.ut..I. uii'lun hltli"I1l'nAAb1-) institution -
/; 'Rar fast diverging lines of fate etro.et'aada .:..It'or Mr.J. Ferris .. Notice
little
,
{ LADIES GENTS 'i CHILDREN'S HATS ae in every fllmilJlfrl.. / (JAt) Onutlr. ,- .T1 f -
lly mast here
fogged path ever gleam .

With i sonny memories of Kate, i f : 1' 'I' r. .11.;_E1SS11, I;lor J011X F' FLETCIIKK. "No out after faiiiy tftiuf their capacitiea, SIX JIOXTI1S, from date. I will prewnl, my : ,
19lU ,11
UJ And when above Time's rush{ng'stream' ,? will lw ,wilting tit di without thuu.F"ylteo- I? ru-connU and vouchers to the Judge of the '
t 1 .. Oifo's evening +r -, ?/ / dUe (Tfnn.) (dseer."We County Court:'of Ilernando County Florida : -
gathers dark late

.} Still will! my hoping bottom dream and 1 ...m& W & i> S S. M LIDEBER & CO. BLACKSMITHING,rASP in uo;.', Im.1 have: we one cheerfully of these[<'n1ent'hinett ouuncnd;! it for e.UtLnt for a r of anal Frnncia Settlement Nicks and, lat discharge' of said!from county tho f testate

V That in a future b1estestltton deceased,' !i
.
i- lamed for it..RI.tIonlll.o71. (p: t') t
".;, IU meet my Kathleen, of Erin. [;m'r } J"i.J&.r. \T. K. NICKS, AdmV.'fBruolg .

WILLOW-WAKE, GLASSWARE FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC[ "A cliild t&ycrti'i ('L1 can d'j the ,,':lIJling >11t i* Pee 20, 18G,*. -Cm.- I "

J justiL i iwcllusu 1! pf'\vu I" 'U z. |F..i- good: I
HlscelUneoai, \VKce\wtVg\\V\ng, it..I-Aud. gbouM secure out for 'u., ;
.l-I ..
.
Y S TN-WARE
; CUTLERY STOVES Notice. ;,
IiI. CvUittJtl .
,
DM GOODS Jluiyti.toirn! ((111 ) : : -

r<; ,Bismarck is ehargcd with giving his Bridles, McLellan Saddles, T.11 USDF.Ilign' i .... "_;fur over two year'noxrH-ricUTu: : with! a I Do \
: gljel rwine.R a cox pros I;' I .
; 'J: ty, vi.; are as.sttrcd that it iu the greatest help I
Rifle. Shot Guns and Pistols -, 113 BROUGHTOX ST, / pAred to' tilt all ur. f9 "' i" "'- \. IUll,l (C:" \lIl.l1iur Ilf time, boor uud ml'IIl'we. MONTHS FKOM DATE I-will t f ft"
MInnesota is reported to be completely, 'Alt. ,kinds oil, SlAtionrrjr .-ani School Bo.t derv for ever}' Je1'. '+""_,",.'-'" ..'J_' .}' L"l't luvl iiifnKlnrf t into our I''housc-Lold. O the HouornMe Judge; of the Gouty .
snow-bound. Initial writing piper.Tnkg: *"" crlplwII of 1 b'laek:I /1'\ i'-4J.. ': ",:v-- l -I/'iiiussoniio5/ Suc (1"111.- .1'.1'i Court of.HilUboroiujb! Cum.ty Floridi, fir a
S. :II. Eedet, Jf ) !savnnnab Gco d "' Jr. ."J, .: .. :'. s' Isabella, the ex-qnccn, is gaid to bo Piiliit and' I'crfq'nery, 1.JL.Frunk; f: ./. J. ,: '. ... wrighta aat-1eQ'L 't-''!;...btobetsur1 I I', "I l li \e lavl'n !>>ty 'r..1..r n oy finny: for dif(used. ,
.
Smoking & Chowtng Tobacco llnstave Ertsrrin nl' 1). not nwAPl \1 .. --j touie lUll,'. It {ga.w tulirtytirf.: ::: ti -.a. J\nell JOHN" JACKSON; '
--t ,I
--4 growing gray and fatThere I ; ':' } I tale 1'K'O.sia-e iu comuu'ntlLig:; it N> I'M' Licit: of Adm'tittntur. I
r fIlJ..n ,
: i UIt } rt' 10--- ;
Cigars &c. .
1 r.t'ryItonschuLLIt.7 "reraJ. ;rm", TtJfi* i tINotice.
V : Der. 8th. 1W.9. '
Tampn 32-Gui.:
t fished in New are eight lIa daily newspapers pub- FINE MKKSCUAUM(' ,I Large Bread |done pairing on, ran its,or will!ale:|1.e lerriillorcis- lmd rotI i I "1 have Lad one tIC Itoty'u (Clotlit i WftI'ILI'N : :_ -i
psbire.
in fern and lUll ptrftctly! h.iti-.tiej
: tnonieiil's nt'tioe. I nin lli.inkfi.i; to frini'ls use }ear
New York has Fine OLD RYE )WIISKEY, Ar.E'.ClIA11l'AG I. for their halt patr nagi'.nnil hope rny they will with it. My Yiuuily hrv" tried it fiuUiitilly mid 4 }
5,000 vagrant child ren crave uevrr known it to Jfuil l t<> accomplish all .
who E CIDER!= ,, BITTERS tc.. subscriber re< t never. attend school., I TilE tne that it professes ti>. Prf.! J. F.Veten.'r: (flm'Hcll"k -
II.
ICILtUSFTampa :
that he )liu eommenerd mnnf.ictur-. : ; Ul"! .g.drseille!. \: t.
1IEDiCIXlli. incLurcr. I March 14t1i''S: -. .-ly.1'I !I j. ( MONTHS!\ FKOM PATE I will appJy
;JudgeTullerton 'Is SIX
to be '
banqueted SNUFF !
by .., the Honorable Judge of I'rolmtt* of Ilerniuido _
embers of Urcad orsiiprriorqiinlityj -' -- --------- -
p the New York Bar. AMMUNITION, PHICKS-A FAIR Orl'EU. i County for Final Settlement and lli..-

;' j.,' ." "" In. feet eTerytlineoaa-bc-"T <-(.uunltbnt-fluids j'\I j Fresh laily, Regular: cu'lo.nres will Le lib 111 g I If the merchant in yOur I't.'f.rin not fur- chaivfr"11, the Estate of W, D. Oneil. late of .
CbloagQ > to bo the l1 :
expects most popu- de in lht n !j erally dealt with said County, lveiwviLHAIIUIET
I nish. Uie.ji diincn Rend tho
: VV I or bend for ns re-
: Ions in the Union in Fresh f. o =
city 1890. A supply of FLETCH Er. ; E. LOCKILJrr.Adiuini .
taitl.ri..e.. Wither $15, Extra .Wringer $10,
June 20th. tf 1: Utter inir I'ackols. I .
Francis P,Blair, Jr., is said to bo in I I I unit we will forward either or both uuicliiuex, f1 )tratrix.IVc. )
1 the insurance business in Xexr York. Cr R 0 C'.EiRMES; 0 t u SALWAYS J IJ OFFICE OK"Alliance" free of freight, to placet where mini one is selling htli, II! ( :3i-f.ni. .

OAUASD.. I '; 1\11.1110 wire are we they will be liked, that 1
The injection of ammonia is found to 1 ALL KINDS OF I Line we ogrew to refund tho money if any oae wishes .
lea'sure nmt-dy forsnafco LlI(>S._ I will p-ty,"tY'i_ .; t. C t 4 i>rli:i I'orcorruti" I to return the machines free of freight after Notice.
RIDES ihtr/jfi/Aic j I A months trial according to direction "
Eggs, milk and French brandy arc the / fr. t tt / !y.. S. MAEJk qty w:': ai ilp: i iI iI ij it No hnMmnd, father or brother should -Lennie

ffincipal diet of tho king of 1'rust.la. R. B.POST. A.M. HO tny. t I 9tr the drudgery (if washing with the hands, fifty- SIX MONT HS AFTET. DATE, I win pro
j in the wheii it l doue Letter aceoanta ant vouchers the Honorable J
-, ; two days "seer can >e nnr
"Vyrig county, ,)ro., hasn'fTi_ single : i L Iaqf dI Fl more expcditioutdy, with less labor amlnu Jnug* of the County ('"urt of Her .
t f'regular" pysician and wants POST & HOBBY. anc y injury to the puryieaU, by a D<>ty Clothes nando County. }Florida for Final SettTe- 1
unrIn : Washer, and Universal Wringer. mint on the Ktttate of JlUJ.lt'fI1exlWllt r.COLUMLUS !
I .4, ill a'r.2 >d Sold by dealers !generally, to M how liberal l1t'l ', :
Scotlandtho'; Athol l forest}; covers ? Jl A V,. 0 U ;0! W i tliscouuU aro made. ALEXANDER. T'

'- 50,000 deer. Commission Morchants !: : WORKNEATLY K. C. nno"'\::tr.. Adminiktiator.Doc. :
JOE t 15th 1SR( ).
I (h'uc'rult nt :32-6m I
Jt is said that there is no holier spot 1 ;: ;
of 1 j f i ,'. ::a 1 r i I. :tI t f" jI j j 1 l-tf. 32: Cortlandt Street New Yurk. .
ground than oil
a district.
petroleum I Keurl Orleans Ln'1'! I j I I It
1 Chancery
t' Four times as many cattle are said to ffiW <>ffEGSlElSi ; t tIn
(. ,t .1 \ The VictorCane Mill. IN THE Cinrnr CniytT, SrsTa JrDicru. Ciactrrt
r I-be in' Texas as I there were before the war. -, : : 2-Q: 3 U ti; r-. C. fI, r- LI.. .. ,.. .... "...."'.......' --- I. TO JI' JI J Fu>Ull>A, Ui AND SOIL IIlLUItOBOVf.UCorsrr. I it I

tort Rapier of )lag ala is spoken u'' EXECUTED, AT THEPEXXSDLAll I "c:

i the new commander-in-chief i in India; _.Irn TO : .' : F1or1l1al'or113\ Ne' York ;: John W."It'1'!\ "*"
', :: )
:
"" UENDLaaev.k: : llr.XDEHfox,, JOHN JA t vs Bill for Divorce .f
Bayard Taylor thinks the American Q.Ftrh* :? '. J rliii if.PaowTs.Juns : ."; -.1' '. and\ llatma.t : .4 I Laura Water*, J[ t
people work too much and think lit- t !
too
16th 18ti: Ir : :caw ORI.r.U" LA. Bill IxH'n filed in
I OCTOBER: tar 18f.8. A having my offio in tho
lJe. OFFICE.I Ix i I weekly line of Steamships liiivini: l"n >s- I above entitled ttxnse, and it l lin;:: mnde to a
r. A. rCTEHSOK.; : t ftlllli..h..1.' %'ball dt lliiii appear( by nflid-ivit that the defendant J't'R lleliLt.unll f
A Texas beef-condensing factory packs A. 1. Hill_ s. F. I'ENXIN<;TON' we "paichfroiu City,) i
limits
I EVERY SATURDAY the of the Sixth Judicial Circuitof
n Steamship for
';: .V V a whole bullock! in a twelve-pound can. rOLA. AP.tt.ACIIIC'LA.r.. M\nK. ,CenA I'UU-I, Florida, to-wit : In Columbia County,

;Every fashionable young lady in New Peterson Hill & Co. C 'a's h" TAMPS Fey Yo"r.-.. and HAVAXA taking Irright in Raid State lo It is hen-by ordered. that thedefrn.bant
npHiur au.l pleiid 1, dot .
answer .
'also lor NEW Y"KK;; rill CKHAR: I\.vs, th, Florida or .
York she danced with Arthur. V -
: says prince : l Ka'lruad: and a line of SUaui<>lips I eonncc- mar to the Complainant's Nod bill on or .brfure

The Hebrew workmen in London are WHO SALE GROCERS ting Frrnaialinnand: New York rreiiht taken : fuuuo the first will MorvUy lie taken, id nit confesKeiL day in May next, or the

'" agitated for leave to work on the Sabatb. from NEW YORK for nil FLOBIHA PORT*, nilfor 7'n rJ/rt/, That t
,. all regular landings on the CiiATTAiioociitK I'I publication of this order be
ANDDEALERS .. male in
official
'' or- M'iui published in
PAID FOR newspaper( e
tend FLINT: RITFTH.'
One of Got chalk's female admirers in
this Circuit 1 1i
once a "week three months
Brooklyn is modelling a bust of t the pian- IN The linn! will be continued' tbtoogluat the has: taken (the ::rat premium nt ;U7 Plate Fail! coiuecntivelv. -
1. _. -yearand ll e lowest rntes "f freight will I.e) flit. S.ItJ' are, in ,a... MUj 'efjirtially forCOOH I ;VV
l ist. TUrstrrn t 11'. rL1bIut, .,.. ._.. ... -.... .r. t| maintain( d''fug every t-o.'ibJe; facility: I' ernhin,; Sunr Canl Clerk Circuit M. P. LYONS* .!
C.Jlillribt.ro.
,
"* An Indianapolis tells'of a man '.' ." {I'lanUn.and Mon-hants in Florida to availthrm.'rlvcs ( Ju.nllar,'. anh, 1!([(. Co. FU. -
paper C aS 1. B :JIlL ?
lS of all the benefit mi[ EITOIUTORHas
of frC"ll1..lt and
', who reproved his wife with an axe-handle. torllrr of Pardrat and Trhonpitonla Six 1 oommnnicaticn 1 1F 1I 1r 1t 1t '
regular:!: *ith Sew Orl..all* IIn.J t
I' NEtiY 'ORLEAN,. j New York in hippingtlieir j crops tu market ,, In Chanctry.Is .
A New' Haven!' man has ball 4. million t
J '.nls for John i and ia obtaining The attention of THE Cinmr
&T F. Toile's! :' supplies COCBT KTH Jn
trout in a batching pond in his eels JI Paragon, A I II I zcur. Cincnr
young rslmt ir1onr. nr.-t' / 1 jtho e who Are or-lrring Good fr" m News or Fu.un" is 4>D run MANATEE Cucnn

Jar.., .. _Jame ISlh._ .1899.. ...jy ,. It .r r II- YORK i called to' the fact that: they 'an ship Elizabeth H. Whidden, .
T weekly (rlmcV York l by this route AT r }
An Illinois farmer lately killed 216 GEO. D. ALLEN, MUCI'I LOWER RATES and( IS QUICKER( / \1' f ,Bm for iroree. ,I

j makes which he-found hibernating under ORANGEGfi'oV 1 i ... ''TlMEtliar. hy any other route. I Georgt> WhuMen.. )) .

one rock. f TElJ: Cotton taken to New York ana ihrouzh: ,, A BILL hating: >>een flier in ruv office in the ,.., ......
J Dills aimed l above entitled (cause and it faring made
: Idling at LOWEST. caTE4. LI1M1EATAPVANCES :- tQ;.,
\ T\ho is the first carpenter mentioned '. 4 ma.U on Cotton cin.igied I appear by nfH.lavit, that the defendiut: r &.t.. -

in the I bible. ? Pharaoh, who made; Joseph TAMPA FLA 'V n. to us in S.w York and New Orloan: *. tVe\ and the limits of the Sixth Jndk-ial Circuit .
{ of Florida
rnler. .' t Uudor) the contract rl..I'tlnlo.Jt' with the to-wit : In Snniter County in Raid
-- a '- i .t State. It is
; hereby ordered, that the
? rostotlice Department the Florida K.xilioad 1: defendant
The city of New Bedford Mass., issuffering : 1 1i ('urnrRnyTill .fir itch A ,.l..aIller tosil fior.i do appear and plead anhwer or demur to the a
,. i i ., been I awarded the first CorupLUn-uifrt sivid iill on or before the 4y -
the KTADUsniinfTnujc New Orleans en'nlIh11"J. ), from llavat.aevery : : premium at 67 hits
from misfortune an empty Tins ; OPEN V I, ,:r:. : _,,;- ,: I' :",, Tu.. .lay anf hey \Vc-t exrv W...Inl' ante: Fairs.: Over 1040 in Us>* Jives; moro Momny, fith din in June n'xt. or the tame will

I .\. treasury.JV October. .r 15lh.VV ':-,.,,' :"'ti-'ij,.'.:",.-..,. ". dayV: ..Postmasters I Ivey \.....-t' aii.l New Or- :>:agar, better and lean elpC llc'OIlIIi any (oth,t IK taken HHt. f'Ol l..lj'1Ol.j.I.
.
i 1 i lean have been Instructed .send) mails Havana .. That pnMicatinti! 'of thi
+ tj> to cr pIOt'eote- onlrr IM
Five yonrig; and beautiful girls are For the receptwh of Regular and TrsnsienIloarJen. i r'- DOSS or, I by his time; and tlic'Ainerican. con;nl at Both have been fully heated both 011.lIe Inisi .-__ :ra) tUQWH'aper! ( puMLshed ia

;.t i among the hone Island. converts to" Mor: G.ad Ae4jomuKMLtti j and Iou llavA-a.a: P.*tnfliee agent; will Jicpali-h re cane of the! South wi-f on the heavier canes t'i'ff t i'tmit once n \\ rktlm-e! e iiuuthH cotw-s..

monism. ed .in a' pleaeiat. ,part of the Cly.t : DR.: IHALLINBEACER'SFever turn maiU toe.icli port, furwardinj all !rah vl( Mexico I. Houduia" nd South Atueriea. utiwly. .. '
j 1 V' n. i,:;. CR\WE. { mutter nsoan be expedited; in its truiismisriou Dtfxci-i! ) live catalogues! sent faee. Aildrcs.BLVMK1L I i JOHN F..n\nTHOLF.
-; The finest church in the State is' beingbuilt ..>. 'Proprietor. and Ague by thisroute. : NORTON & CO.. Ciccinnatti, O, I Clerk Ct l't. JLuwteo Co.

k": ,: by the Catholics at- San Antonio, Tampa Oct. Sih, IS89 tffPHE Ll'It'tllunpgning: Soi ill, ever FiMavLoaveTamp.i : i. tii-ir a j-nt; at Jicksun: \ille. Fla.| nov I Feb 23,1 3m .

i '"fl!:-:"" .... Texas.. ''' !1 1t N I DOTE : : :joins; : Norlh cvciy Fru'riy' Ii i t '
:
I Tho striking umbrella girls of New nissolutlon:. t "'Iltira ltirsp. ttltiti lDtiI111: t"'EnI'Y aowmimodation and facility: 'will} it JT, EVERYBODY Sheriff's Notice.
II
afforded
4 4I
I I' This Medicine baa been before tho Publia to Shippers and Consignees I by th ,1".;
x"; York are td form' a .tprottoc \'c union. FEBMOF:; GRANT'A: C11AFT has this' Agents of the line at all point M4O4TWl NTTd+IVDC: ;IJi:1 TafMa Cer
fifteen gcand For ye UftUjho, m Co Urx.-vi" 11.-1" I l
life 4.: Your obedient
flay been dissolved by nmtual ('(1IlJlnt.- rTarUi, I I bntloo.eoasuunfof ,
b.owu It J es/n Paanor.lt.4udetxSI dth,1870.!
The Books and be found id i r fh 'Ve '- r F \V: | I 1e
AcconnU will Qit \ -T l'EUKI"\.t: ; CO. and Mm Wuchen.: .
.- Fifteen |bpusand colureil.fnen will vote hands of D. LSAAC CBAFT. All person inldebtcd. sot ddttb t>wt ...uperf eUJ"l .\ 'I ., '. L' .k4! J Afeets. I kt7&.OuO. B..7 rtcevib.eftpoaedooathepopulartt.oo! 'PITE CITIZENS HilWiorouijh! \ 1 "V: ;J

'. at tbtfnext' general election in Ptnhsyha- I and all creditors an reqneste to coma any dose and under all tircumstanoea sad 2G CnrandeletStreeI.:;*.w Oihasi* I be for unit flan uxt JL,aw hereby notified that Mr. J. D. Icily:
pot to know
{ r1 1"1 what
.,! : forward for MtUemenL .ED"ARD IVGRANT Is the Medicine that noon U appoiau-d JDoLUty Sheriff o. thin
DiL.,,,, prompt only will i. K. uouj.ivrs) .1 J you M*to rccelT Certiflcat Mkdew>
t '
o 1011. continue bushiest tit the old '*' CURE;;,iMUlE 'IAtEUY!: t Agent, | cclbrs wot on receipt of S&eeau,or!.. County luulwill from thin 'flat exercise the i
"Thai Kansas 'Pacific Railroad makes Stand. .: _> and permanently everj6 form of Fever'ani : 174 Chsrahers tre.a t. New YoitV. ,' I for 11 co. functions of th..ttffil"t', in pLax of Capt Wm.
IPACEARD&CO. E. Sweat : .*
EDWARD P. GRANT, I .- rtKignetL
\ .
G. FERRIS
baggage ,masters ; personally' responsible D.'ISAAC CIAFT.Tampa Agee, v''iuae"it'is'a> perfect'A.Ud.to M I 69 West Fourth street nENTlY ALBUT.Y Li.Sheriff )
Agent
I
for smashes. Dalar1e. / \ r ] > Co ITa. Dec. 10th. IBCfl1 :5w; =.-' Bold '' or 'all Urnsxtsta.: I Tampa: F'.s I IliiL.borougU Co. t
r t .j 1 Tamps, Jan 4. 1S70. tf e



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