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The Florida peninsular
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Title: The Florida peninsular
Alternate Title: Peninsular
Physical Description: v. : ; 70 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Thad. C. Andrews
Place of Publication: Tampa Fla
Creation Date: May 18, 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).
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.) t ; ttribI "Jt nix. >alarf I ,'Smllm4 '<< CraJ 9, : I I I matLln"1 i, grown upon Florida" pine land' 1, I II I Southern and' Middle States passes ,. useful refrigerant in typhus and other fe

[I auJ the sugar' : tnadt fioiu such l.uul.it.. 'through all the stages of decomposition, vers.The 11/...
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t 7... J .. pfi.cr.iilv: of mporior: quality. These1; is in East Florida, generally]] dried 'up before ll'adingelement the fruit, which ..
Ltrnst Orcttlttlo*'is 1ADVERTISING and Ovutiy. a 1NUBIION'S ,$SO OS4 CO"I : laiiui art nt appuviaUtl: ; as they should! }'I it reaches the putriticatiou !state of give value] to the wine, as a medical agent, -
'' bo uli-arud and cuttlcatcil the have been fonnd by medical chemists to
n : they: arc the ccvsjvbt\ t : fermentation, and that consequently, "
BATESFLOBIBJL and :sonic of thou\ hut lit Ho ii.fo- i quantity of malaria generated, is much be : Malic acid in combination with lime, -

.p. ,,'.' (t ,' 's Motion a't.ors I lior u> t the imtuuiucKs. Tor ('l Uul., vegetables less than in climates more favorable to free malic acid, tannic acid, oil fixed and ;

t 't. 07.THIB : ail] sugar, they are just as g'xtd!, deco iposition. This view is strengthened volatile, red coloring matter, and gallic .

.!'""-, .' ,-- PENINSULAR. ANDGENERAL ll i.o.: better The''ura-ionul appearance by the facts that the soil! of Florida i is acid. .
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TAMPA. FLOBIDJL : uu the >urfact}; iu piuo 01 baiuinock, of almost everywhere_ of so )porous and ab .... .1.
e...'! 0' .. liuif roiL, i is an evidence of strong land. sorbent a character that moisture U! solder OIL CULTURE.-Some weeks ago, w
-VfcrlioM;,71 Square', (occupying' the.ap.e. of li Bre- COMMISSION, ty : I The .second rate pine! lauds: ," which long retained on its surface ; that its took aocasion to call attention U some "
: or IBM, 004 insertion.1.50 form:* I the largest! proportion of Florida atmosphere is in constant and .'
,.!_.:...r_.....,....75On : motion new branches agricultural industry.The ..
.J/.OI'.e1'Ir1--'i"ea.L Merchants J are all productive, and can, by a propertI"ldt'm that there is much more clear sunshine recent commencement of operation "
; mj < .poatha.....iaooO&4 of cultivation i be rendered much than in the Northern States.It I in the oil] company in this city makes occasion
,column ;OM ye..r, $150 valuable] lhau the best lands in Tex is further that the uniform I -
"Adrectiaementa with'the Drayton, Street near the Bay, more suggested I to turn our attention to the sourcesof
not marked nnmbai _
prevalence, of sea-breezes and the constant i the oils. Several of the St'l.cJS'from
1 ct iiaertiani d e red;,will" be published aniil SAVANNAH, CEO.. : as.These lands afford fine natural ,pasturage motion% of the atmosphere in the which oil is expressed by the process

ordered oat:and charged ftooordingly..JUr they arc heavily timbered with 'the Peninsula] tends so much to diffuse and .just. established in our.midst can be easily
enilemat&due from flnt! insertion. -sad "prompt attention giren to all busiue 'en- : best! species of yellow pine ; they are for attenuate whatever poison i is generated, I I successfully profitably grown iu our
&ectable.coordtagiy:: JL trailed oar are,' and liberal advance ] the most healthy and that it will the
made I'roicce In baud. Oe2u-ly part high, rolling, generally J'fdUlbut own soils.:
OFFICIALS. LEGAL ADVEBTISEMENTS.. upon well wartered. They are generally based mildest form of fever. .. Of course, the great material for x>il-
-- L. 3..ctciar.a'rtx. JOnxrt XERTL : upon marl], clay or limestone. Theywill The lands which in Florida] are liar cx- waking is cotton seed. We do not pro-
The Ilorida P nin nlar hTlng bat designs- produce for several years without the cfHettcf, denominated: "rich lands," are p 'Si to touch this branch of the subject J ,

ted aii ODe or the offiaul journal* of the vSixth i J. ilLMTIJi) & CO t (' aid of manure, and when "cow-penned" first, the 'swamp ]lands," second, "low further than, to mention' the fact that a

Judicial Circuit, the Dt a' for legal advertieiaeatl they, will yield two thousand pounds of hammock,'' third, ."high hammock and bail' of cotton weighing four hundred

; besa follows : .. Cotton Factor. the best quality of sugar to the acre, or fourth, "first rate pine, oak, and hickory pounds turns out about twenty-five bushels
-i'Notloe ot: Application Letters. rf about three hundred pounds of Sea Island] lands. l of seed. These'' "sell at twenty tot wentyfive.cents .;

AdacniibtitionS'week4.) .:." ..o.." $500 GNU .. ; cotton. -'-'.'-- I a bushel. waking five or six .
"3ofiip to Debtors and'credits, w 800 They' will, besides, when properly' cultivated ] [From the Baltimore San] dollars to add to the value of the cotton.,

otaee for ni..t,; 6 inanths, ... ,.. 1200 GENERALCommission produce the fiue.st quality of Cuba American Sumac. Besides the cotton seed, there are three -

:Jfotioe Of Intolrency i ,' ....../... .. r 2000 ,, tobacco, oranges, lemons, limes and other sources.'of oil worthy of mention1
C'AD: othW Legal"KotioM. and Adv .ti6euenU Merchants. various other tropical productions, which and especially worthy the attention ot
aim; dinged'according'to'the( space they occupy must, in many instances, render them One of the most familiar of our native farmers. Th'Sare bene ; palma Christi
t ] more reliable than the best l ttuin lands shrubs springing in waste
; (> every place and the common pindar.. ,
I and the number of rti9D8'required., -
.i'fh*rito'of'one dollar per aquar:. each inwrTERMS'TO Say Street, Savannah, Geo. in more Northern States. and encumbering every fence-corner from The first of these ,the bene, botanically t:
\ : Even pine lands of the "thud rate, or Maine to Florida] and especially abounding ] known as the scsnmumnllcum\ -grow
daa:." for Bra 7& ,', Agents.- Super- ] most inferior class, are by no means in Maryland and Virginia, i is the American I wherever cotton grows, in planted at the
'- worthless under the climate of Florida. sumac. It-ha-been mat'tlv considered much in the
." "" '''') : Bagging, Rope anJIrouTfet always on hand. lillc.timt': and cultivated .
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I SUBSCRIBERS: : Usual Facilities extended to Customer This class of lands may be divided into only a nuNnw.% ....... !;n I'H fur a:- the >,au>way. Over 20 bushels are readily,

Per Annum (Inadrance) -. : : 12.50 *. two orders : the one comprising high, rolling negroes have thought it worth their whileto grown on an acre. The price of a bushel

r put Months.,: ,- ': 5 ;' .h 150 Oet 14 6m ; sandy districts, which are sparsely] gather the leaves for the dyers for a i is $3. Thi.s: is a yield of over $60 to the
.. covered with a stunted: growth of "black] small]] compensation. There are indications acre. The cultivation is much easier ..
.10.1:1'11. : ra.m4x, i u.. R r.uio.eI. jack" and pine the other low that it become 'article of'I 32
; ,L': rtxirosx:; ; embracing may an than of cotton. The oil sells at .
S (araf 5. flat, swampy regions, which are covered profitable production, and soil and climate a gallon.

,t.1..q JOSEPH FINEGAN&. CpCO with valuable titii vr. The former of !suiting 8J well, there should be no ofit1i ut- The palma christi: i Is well] known here.
) - z- t' their calcarious soil, well! adapted to the 'any required limit. Since the wamuch the t acre. This sells at $1.60 a bnshel.T .-
: ; < ( ) ft ft 131 BPffiGft taD< CpA of Sisal] which is attention has been to the seed '
WJ.BARNETT, ; growth Hemp, a valuable given gathering; >is i is S90 to the acre. A bushel of
: ] ] tropical produe tion. in Virginia of the'natire growth, but weighs 41 pound; and yields{ one-fourth Its

3 i : tit ht D : This plant, (the Apave Sisalana,) and nothing anywhere, tIO far as we have )learned I weight of oil-over 11 pounds to the
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:3 ; !! the Agave Mexicans, or Mexican hemp, to au increased production by plant I bushel, or G75 pounds] of oil to the acrtC ..

.t' >'BBQOKSYXLLE, FLA. llXa1.11fi'1 u .! also known us tthc Maguey, the Pulque! ing. I. Now, if a gallon of oil weighs 7 pounds) : .'.. .
.11)111!, x C.r.7i Plant, the Century Plant, Sec., have been It is; probable] that a great deal] may be this yield of an acre equals] U6 gallons of ,
"ITT1LL. PRACTICE: IN .THE CTH t 7HI ; : introduced into Florida, and they both : done in this direction. As to quantity, of oil. This, which sells at $2 a bushel], is 11-

don.11. to JadicisJ sll DXMinew circuit entrusted, and give to him.prucpt attn- I Bay'Street, Sar.trnh, Geo. : grow in great perfection on the ]poorest t : course there i is no limit,. and as to quality worth S102 ; which is a productive yield

-tl' >ee. t9h..18G3.> IT I. I IBSUAL;! ADVANCED i-inJtfu-i' Cotton: ron : pine lands ''of the country As these' 'there would] seem Ol''asin for experiment ( fur one acre of land. And the curtivatioiv
*J-J signed to is or to our -ct! -"I| Midi-nt in j :: plants derive their chief support from the( t in the direction of improvementwhen of the palma Christi ista'd to be far easier
j ;"w Ywtli Mad
,, .' WAL1 uvd lo'11' .* fun LiFcij-ooJ.i?',. '.1 :\' wept liil'f r.>n&?es. Ot:1mI Rope: !! i atmosphere, they will, like the common : we ]learn that,''the lowest grade of, than cotton. .
CEPI3, ;:: ;, i ..... _..... I' I air plant] ; prt'Sl'ftheir vitality for many : sumac known in' market yields! seven percent I Interesting{: information, both scientific

4l..,..;1. IT. BEHKIES OLIVER d months when ]left out of the ground. It ( of tanning, and sells] in Liverpool for and practical, upon both the bone and .
SentioeCOTTON is scarcely necessary to add that the second about forty dollars per ton ; while the the palma (christi can ba found by those
CIX.QRNEY, : ,. :r.LAW. L te Editor X Ptopnetor TaJ.laha"" order of third! rate pine, )lands, as best brands of foreign are selling in New wishing it in Dr. Porehers''Resourres of.....
FACTOR: i : here described, i is far from being useless. York for one hundred and seventy-five Southern Fields and Forests: ," in the United !-

,., '! ,.._BROOKSY1LLC..FLA.TtTlLL COMMISSION ,MERCHANTS, These lands afford a mostexeel, range dollars per ton-the best jobbing priceof States Department of Agriculture for j
for cattle, besides being valuable] ] for their American being about ninety dollars March and April, 1839, and the Rural
PRACTICE IN THE pith aDd ethOf -AKD- timber, and the naval stores which the' per ton. Surely if there be such a difference Carolinian for March of the present year. I
.:JJ.4iei IiCirenUi, aaJ will give JH'OIDrt.ua.Li.o1.oau' OENERAL PURCHASING and in the it should be determined '
produce. quality
can demand I
buafceai entrusted to' xl i. The pindar or groundnut is in such -
*OR WARDING AGENT, There is one general feature in the topography as soon as practicable whether it is for eating that t the price kept above '

No 97 BAT STIEET.or ( of Florida which no other in the/variety grown, or whether soil or the use of it for oil. During the war oil '.

4&t'6.i i :;: :MITCHELL; : --, ( Wilcox! ,G ibL. & Co.) ] country in the United States possesses, I climate have any thing to do with it ; and wasjnado: fatm.! the pindar! and it was
s p Savannah ) and which affords great security to the our people, among whom it i is a native, found to I b of l'Xcetl.'nt'quality.] Of
:A OmN'mY AT .LAW. Geo. .h"I health of the iuh:i!>it.tnts. It is this, that I should set t themselves to getting the best. : the-, ubo u forty bushels! can be raised to .
fY>nti igDmenta of Cotton, Corn, Syrup, Wool the land 1 which form, The American best I
] the ba known
'" \j Hide.Tob.ceo.Rice etc., U pine : :;is: of I sumac in t the acre.:: The market value of them has. j
1ftTAMPA.\; FLORIDA liberal dranee will be made deured.- ; tl'e l', ..' ; ".-. ..::'ii.l. 1 v.hiih; a-" almost] t uuverun market is: said,to lx the Virginian, beingof not been determined very closely, but \
-"'{-'.,'., ... p r.eaalatteation'gives to the sale! of all I (;..>..:t'n.uinoit.y' ; l'\'er\lu't'. much better quality than that of more S2.50 a bushel is frequently to be had.
.,'.', -. Trodcee. ap ly still!!.*, :' *l'i:' \ ..!- i.r. ffV. J'tl! ::' $. ttlt.i;. iIiJUiiiii'Tr. Northern :States. The best imported i is It is the season to get these seeds {or'I t
: ,
,, ,. .. '!'txioJof..t thi-richf"Ht} ." that from and worth
,., r. B. rnoir ..... w. oeq'ou. ; ; ; tan t- Sicily, hundred and I planting, awl those desirous of trying .(
I
Will ciYel'romptat.'el1t.1ol1 to all butineMetnuUd Th 11'*rt bxtumTutNk: : % sirn. '*.. ..s Itnnally; I j jiipMi.vl iI t St' I'lJt-fi'ie dollars per: ton, while the I them can readily find seed. Until we diversify _
to hit earl,; : TISON & GORDON, l ] > | !, 1"\v, \\,.i ','ii-;. ; on lire ooiitrary t Ameru-an has taken the place of only the 1!, our productions, we must continue *
f\l Fia Ap J..8t.' ,1.. 1 : I they are high, dry undulating! lands, lower grades of foreign. The crop of. to rim the risks which have of late years: t

.1t-IrJl A:, H cxDtuox. 3. T. UKSDIUOXTTENDERSON I, .. ing. Titt'I'r in tjvteut from twenty at three thousand tvn!'!. l aumlian' !

'& HENDERSON, acres twenty Io""a: d acie, ai.d willsrrbal'ly In gathering, the ]leaf and stem only] ...... ,
r JtL c uUiMERCHANTS* sal .Jewotdi ave'ipfi'.v: = }h-iudreJ" ) acres each. are taken, and are picked More! it comes "
/ II Iona,
Attorneys at Law,- \vh,n in ilt" the demands
10 ii. t the "tl': '"rci- nt oUi-li convenient dis- in the hand, when it is fit to be taken to a i keep pace with made upon "" .
-.:r.1J'. TAMPA. FLORIDA. CAy& m rdIn i, Gai. I''I t nicstru' tli' hanrti.'('ks! as will t'lIahe! mill to be ground to a fine powder. i i i his pocket, and who.se scorn of honest labor -. \, I. \
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." ," ", UTE still eootiuue bntiuvM at the old stand them to ctlitirase the ]latter without end.'tugeint 1 Our fanners every win-re might most was eminently unfavorable to their ... t 0 ,4
11 96 BA Y STREET: and offer our ten i. their health being legitimately filled, borrowed a pistol t. I
; ; Experience has easily increase their pnM'netion!' of !sumac ,
'ttTILt.rlUt"rICE ,
: in the Southern sad cuto the Merchant and Planters of UiII..oroand one day, when: poverty had driven him'
hati fuctoril shown that '
;fJ' 'Eaatern: :CirculU. .of the, State the adjacent counties for the sale of Col t < > rrt-'u'eiK-es only by merely encouraging: what has; heretofore extremity and took the t'
'}.. .,'.. too and other Produce also for reeeit ing and a mile distant :r+I.II cultivated hammocks l been: esteemed! a i-tunberer of I the to highway con-> of. "
:! Cotton and Mcrchaudite.VTe : from venieht to where: he was most likely tc
I. ---' --f ---- forwardibg are entirely: exempt malarial disease ground and allowing it to grow in waste '
1 INSURANCE.LOUISIANA. are prepared to wake iiberal ad..aheuOD find a h.navy purse. .... -""'\
( and that the negroes who cultivatethe places, It is said to bo wry easily:; propagated \
to for sate in this Market. old '
consignments u A firmer
jolly came jogging along j
D, hammocks and retire at night to l'infl'i from l'l'.1"hkh, are very abundant l
: : or where it it preferred to be torwardvd to Q1r
nn\ll'at him down '
Qili u '', .- friends in Liverpool. New York. Philadelphia ] land residence, maintain perfect health. and once set upon\ the ground any put instantly 1..s a par i
.. ', Botson or Balu more.llaring Indeed, it is found that residences in amount of cutting will not damage it, as ty who possessed those requisites he so ,t
..,J h Bt :::JI"' bad fifteen years experience in the ( ) the hammocks themselves: are generally it springs' readily again from the roots. -I much stood in need of himself. Present- .( '
Cotton Commission Bntiness perfectly' I lu'althy after they have been for fa f If the consumers: can be satisfied that 1 ing his pistol, he demanded him to "stand .i\\
EQt'-JIT, A"B L EUFI and deliver." .
\ Savannah, we have an extended and general few years! cleared.In the American i.s as good as the Sicilian, 1 j, .
......'.r., ../ acquaintance: to whom we refer with con ) Florida, the diseases which: result the demand will increase to the extent to }' The poor ft'Uoorkt'll over fifty dol. Z
0' ..tiJer.u.'RespedM1r.. : from these clearings, arc, as stated above, which that is! now used, and ;producers will 1: lars, but rending Pat somewhat of greenhorn f

I I 1SSDRMCB' t MMPm} WM. ll.TISOX, generally of the mildest type, (Dimple] lie hand:': nnely paid, and there will be also about half mile. The
,6sJ7a'cANAL, I I Wu. W. OOU1: 'ON': and reimuittent fevers,) while: in ne.uly t the natural] growth of consumption encouraged distance of a rt"j*

r I- -U 1 : all the Southern States, they are mo tfrequently by a more. liberal home supply.If quest: was complied with, accompanied ?" y
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Si. NEW ORLEANS LATS5UES ---- air. Old
with Acres
most
". of a severe grade of bilious there is ro inferiority the naturalquality ] a patronizing .1
LIFE POLICIES, jmyabltj Quarler- I I MEDICAL ] fever. of the AUlt'rican'tlumac but the and Roods was a knowing one. Eyeing; *
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,11..8eaaie.DouaIlJ.rem; and ,.Five I, -,.::' ] The feature here noted difference is ] in the and I the pistol, he a. kl'tll'at if he would sell t'
Tcan,'wltit or witbout endowment. IUt"w as i topographical : only care skill usedin '
Mid tenu.u favorab a as any coai rtiy in : ma CS-C lJfj Q; lJ .D> namely, a general interspersion of rich gathering and preparing for market, it. ''
t ..,Lrnitodtater, !, ] hammocks, surrounded by dry, rolling, the difference will no doubt soon disap "Is it to sell the pistol l t Sowl and .
'" ,.., ;. JOBSPUELLISON. President, healthy pine, woods, i is an advantage pear. its that same thing I'll be after doing.-
e. I. W. STONE Vice President.,, Examining Surgeon for the Pension 0 ffiee.! ) which no other State in the: Union enjoys; The principal) uses of sumac an for What will ye I bo after giving for it P J
'W..P. HARPER. Secretary "111] the t five dollar! bill for xit. ,
).-; : and Florida forms in thus respect a :striking tanning and dyeing. It i is used especially give you .. :. ,

.,,., Joiw MILLER, A'gt.Tam contrast with Louisiana, Mi M>;ippi in tanning: sheepskins, moroccos, &c., and .. '...... I
.,FIa. TAMPA; FLA. : and Texas, whose sugar and cotton! lands the dyers in the print-works for preparingtheir "Done and clone's enough between two _."'
] are generally surrounded by v ;st alluvial mordants. gentlemen. Down with the dust, and here .. 1

regions, subject tj frequent inundation, so Another product of the sumac is a wine is the tool for you." ,
11t1EhRoviItoTBE; Oscar Checsman / that jt is impossible! to obtain, within many of valuable] properties, which i is found fur The bargain! was made] by immediate ::::ilt

: 61" miles: of I them, a healthy. salsas! ] a rcmeddial] ) agent. It is ]popularly ] transfer. The moment the farmer got .., ........t U:
.. : It would seem paradoxical that the ] known as Khus wine and technically t the weapon, he ordered Pat to shell out, ,

TAMPA ., FLAP malarial disease of East Florida] (abounding as Vinuni Rhus Glabrum. It is favorably and threatened to blow his briars out if he \
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&; WHOLEALE DEALER IN as it does in rich hammock ]lands: spoken, of in medical journals for ca- refused.
1. [ '
) J : ] and exposed to a tropical !sun,) should] tarrhal, diarrheal dyspeptic and other Pat looked at him with a comical leer'
generally bo of a milder form than Ithaslw-en) found 1
lraBE3TABLlSBatENT WILL BE rEYj nuteu disorders. to be efficacious and button in hut brm-her pockets, su ng :
: !I ] ] [ those which prevail in inore northern lati- in cholera niorbus and other uau.se. out :

\ t October. I"., CROCKERY & GLA SSWARE I tudei That such, however: Ls: t the lad, otis and. diarrheal\ diseases, being ]known :o
i there be doubt. for the "IJIow away, ould l>oy deuce the!' bit '
I i j I fat isproved
can no
Tranaien : posseingredients, chiefly laiuriu: and t
$ and I "
IBKtfJ eepti... et egatar of powder is in it !
j\ flood Aeeonll'aodation..d. Iou I by an aggregate of evidence] (extending malic: acids, which make it a valuable
i ie 'rteisaut part cf tb. CIty. t ; I I over more than twenty years) astringent. It Is thought likely to prove '
II.",L. CKAKE.IVoprictor.. i .' : which it is impossible: ] to reMst. It is! very useful] during: thu prevalence: epidemic Who was the: fastest runner. in the world iAt1.uu. \

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S ,' o 1 r A dispatch to the Netr enforce its provisions, ami h'! ,
Corrcspordcncc of tho Pcni 1ar. Tho Richmond Dispatch: of Saturday Xetrs. j ITempleton's Washington

$ lotibaTTEDXESDiY tn 1 !n Iar, :I' SAX AKT05IO, TExAs. 1 has the followicg special from Washing Opera-Troupe have boon i orbjtal: stites that the Government is i:; all opposing combinations. In'-t 5

April 23d, 1870. ) ton. If Admiral Porter*" conjectures be I thoroughly arouseil regard to Fenianmovements The bilLto JoyaH-rtizcns =e btehebcl
__ I : .giving entertainments In Ocala.. < SI i and his information: that &L Sfatefor'fiW'lLe! !{ Unitto: .States
If A arrffal here altcrvirtret.d correct, the revolutionists! are not half ,
S 4 1:L':4ti: .' .1BT ? j rfrac jcr cpcn'Crst so
I S -__ %'.u_.__ bad' off as.tho friends of Spain Strawberries sell in Gainesville! at fiftjjcents mid oh Canada will be attempted on the c*.$u'in 1BCO, paiffd pvith an amendment
: 1SD inilos in stage coach represent : '- f U ." LI t fi& require 1)tdf rat the loyalty offoe
vCrwswell
t CkLL-I Tilli STATE COMKim'E ICEH3DmeCUTJpCEXiEr.C01I. \ first of May. l
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a.qstrt.
laq'
ftom dL 1irjl:l 1 : : ill3 Jaill'9sd ispuzzjtd : iryVsa made to-day- at the Stats l iI neon rbnaed! the service: !In-
t Mho
S GlSXZ.lTIO's t : p ,
S S S, .,-. S S 011{ ; W .. I .UaTy Departments !o"learn the states'I Pic. Ics are all the rago &L MtdlPIiida has"appointed anepro post- 1 cfcctir thfe..;: tvnd vrUIa which .
I touurstthI'vhat hs created inch S 'i personsttlcctfct'townce'
RoO> : ) of atrtn1: HaTtna At masterat of Virginia. It'
: the.UhiYcrsity
.' theiState Depaftniwit ji 5 ; ;,
: ": S OF THE STATE: CVFLOElpAVTaltaJassce > j t r:! rgf hj'J far oiT'tnfsi th'ai coast and" ir?xvas given (jut lhat 'no dispatches 5. is Joatrage: f.thero. arc hundreds of]1 l a T :r. may take the
'rho of JacksonvHle the
I City Council oath the act admitting
prohibits prescribed by
April 30, 1970. ) I from Railroads. A brief history of the, of a pnblic nature had been received -. 1 excitable )'oung'men from the South at

S(* i.5." .: At a nw-cting cf the Commit: hold toKi to-day, but it can bo safely stated the boys throwing stones tt the the University, and they regard the upn'dtiberste -:I State to representatlcn.CHiKLESTO.V. __ i
readers. .
55 cause_ interesting U) 1 -U**
may ,your_. I JImlb1e-; S S S
S 2 "._-'" r. -"' r.UGJ 5--- -4 :a- that- erions and unhooked' for -- 'w. *_Hi imtrlt-.I' $
'complica |
:. ; "" \\Ii San Antonio settled the Ibirdsinths.tcity.-
': : that the in eachiSnct was by Spaniards tions, were going on.!in Cuba, and that the i of Tallahassee,l It is proposed to establish direct cable ,_ 3Xav. 4. 'J .

I- S S' jJ CLVEp.That! '' people I chiefly on acount of the facilities afforded detention'of''the''American'steamer Lloyd 'will celebrate the'ratification, 'of the XV'; :communication between England: and I Trade and Inuri\ } ) ,Af: p. 1.

- .,!:. ". oAhis' 5':., who desire equal I |; to irrigation by the San Antonio river,, Aspinvrall: by volunteers after her release Amendment on 20th inst. I NarragaUSetbay5meeaptaiis! : all lakeu_ : -here to-day.: .I Imp6rtact.reports,fromconimitteert the

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, ; 4DttJust'1' faithfully and impartially r which rises in alow range'of hills fourmiles by the Spanish authorities wasdoubtll'l5s1)true. and the manufacture cfthe cable comjoeifce'at onT imniigratlur! direct t dead
'.,-.: I .The .u. 8. District Court,tPjilp Fra.Frazer cotton roanutuctinre; \\1re-e.1i ci iX' ,
It .
has
S who flavor an .honest and I appears nothing (! \ {'.,
eufic&d3iiy1 above the city. An extensive 'ih3 CnrolinVrailroadD'Si'ra1 ;
sys- still The Socth S
been received at the Navy Department Judgo.ls 'uv sesswn in Tfie ofSt'w 'oi rk !
edminlstratioir ,
nfcal of State merchants wnplaiacfcacTTonriirTho
econo ( our [ uofditchesrunnhg from the river .. : frw.-ta '*>mfgrarrtT and 'cohttibrTeTbUb
4 i > *. \ but Vico-Admiral Porter stated that what .ckonntte.o-- Uous j jt.he r
? Custcm ? pnn in I
L .dGvemme1HotiLn(11'h y' ire hereby' rd-Tbuilt under and since he had IcityOf'J I hundred thousand dollar! towards thg
S I Spanish authority expected for the past six monthswas :thIl1Std. I "
SS qaestea ana. urgeq, -irnnnut.regard to greatly improved by the 'Mexican and about to be enacted, if not already lavinir'of- the cornerstone of a Masonic cart:1geI InaeauCouiMitteeS tw, XJrge tee\erxI$;rfftovat) 01, couec-. S :I (.. trt .'!l }" {Snr )gt t.t mtr a
Charleston! and
S political! differences to meet in theirVespectlve'.C&pntres ('onsummatl-nunl'1y, a coalition of tbe Lodge, in Jacksonville on tho 5th pTy'Vetweeii Europe.
put American'set tiers, carries. water to every S tor Grinnell are agitated.Jletire Northern and western farmers are In- I

: t! on' .the.FIRST. SAT. portion of tho city", and affords the best Cnban patriots and the volunteers, and a was a success. ?ritutive>'fron?!ttio ,jlostilc'(nbos I \ ted tu vome toSonth Oarblma.! Ube ,

'. PED'AX: t 1f _u JJE_ NEXT, for.tho purpose facilities for irrigating thoritins consequent overthrow He of had the Spanish doubt an-the The Sons.uf Temperance Bands( fI hi"Dakori<*W to comV Vf'astfflgtfh inducements are offered and a generouspolity. S
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t t, effecting an organization and to proper. no Hopo,about; Welborn, held their annual I and eoufcr vith t the gon'rnml'ut.in rda-:I ill'Je-'l'! >nMkeil >'allj 'jS.
:.... "The massacre of the Alamo, where reports that the volunteers had taken possession ,
tio n t to the ;can; ufditfrrcr.! (*" Tbteucturgcs MEitrms; 0". All the bishops
May -
: : elecTft ,
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celebration .
: Ctonnty"Execotive' CJommitleo ofThffe'xrh'ose"'names'are Davy Crockett and 200 bravo died of vesselsincluding the Aspinvrall, on 4th inst. '
-" ', ;' nvn fo Admin: trdtiCin the dtstre, ar.tl I I, were rent at t the: opniug5of! tbo.COl-

S S to bo1 reported: 1 1S lighting for the, Republic of Texas, aid rtificationsete.and stated, that, was if to soin have extent taken cor.rl'C't The steam- ferry-boat. Topsy, belonging! thus may avert farther bloodshed Ul tb I r -f.tioh \B& tnornftglly ett'Thsmop !!af- ,

S S Immediately. after..their- election to this the subsequent privations and misfortunes Moro, Castle and tbe i-urroondir.gs they as reported to tho Jacksonville Ferry Company, was Indian country. ) "i.l Yir -hl. is 5ek i

S "n4t4.' t S S of the early Ameriean: settlers In West- Spanish authority is at an ,end in destroyed by fire on the 2d inat. .The Thetobacco plants at Dayton. ,. Ohio, :The following ,Conferences' responded t..l Xxiiki i

S :,411.> :ui .'CJEO.iW.;SCOTT,. Chairman, i orn Texas, yonr- :ulI'S'are. doubtless fa- Cuba. .He expected dispatches to-morrow work of an incendiary. S are in"splendid'condition.Tho B liUorl', V1rgiufa! _Vs cst' arglJil, I

S 5- 5 < :' ,C.E.'DYKESR.' '. uittiar.\uf.: Since.ti of this from Rear Admiral Poor, who i is in command A. J: Bowen, of Mandarin: .Fit., re- Hudson Bay Company have agreed I i C.ltJlina. lIIith Carolina, 3lengonuery? ,
occupation )1 cldIe! t i Memphis i i'rd.11
55 ,. f i'' in IMut1ana'1tsusippl 1
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S of the the *
: iwiitt; j D; WALKER; ; American fleet at Havana. to wogoiJztt 1 (11nt.1St % .
S S. .<* ..r' P.-B.BROKAW S city l by U. P. ir,. 'fl.* ;Jn t l$4fs,5t has beenthe -__- -..,-- ports that hd' raised three hundred and thpWinnepegcountry"as the only l(t'g.al I Hs-e; 1I..t&n: ; ; l'alnesvihle'St., Lot'M 7i

: I ,.,,'. fc--j.-s R. BvHimXX S headquarters of'the'army and 'the 'LIBERTY: 'TO COLORED VOTERS.-At fifty bushels of Sweet' Potatoes on one one, loan it cll,40( and .therefore$ will I i f i is.onri i, Arkansas; Little! RockIiidia'riMission ,

: : m.L' 'To. ''1 BHEVAHO.; great depot of supplies' for all the Forts t tho fifteenth amendment proclamation acre of new pine land, without any manure be permitted to occupy part of Fort GaIT)' Texas, East, :Texas, "Trinity! ,

=* S ".. 1>: BLOXQAM, u'n) the.frontier! of 'Ie: us. The immense celebration in Philadelphia last week; several and sold them for one dollar per for nn-rcantild l>uri>o t.ij-! South Illinois.Tho Western. Texas,C.olumbl:1! Pacific,
-i-. white Radicals spoke and each had
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R N.: GARDNER, S bushel. The Dublin Freeman denounces D.h-<
S -!'"> 'AV A; FISHER,' S transportation required, the quantity of a word to say; about the enormity of any Hamilton has introduced racli's new novel '"Lothaire"for its gro> whole number of delegates nnmber I

1S F. A. 1JYRI, com, bay, wood and everything' pertaining colored man's offending who ''would dareto Congressman ilUlllCJraHt .. two hundred and forty-six, of whom I
t voto' the Democratio ticket. a bill in tho ,House of Representatives (hundred'and 'slxIY- lrcn were present.
S A"' PELEu, Secretary."LEx1ra : : I to the wants of the armyi the millions Finally Judge Bradley, of the United States

S L-______ Frederick; Douglass was called for, and for the.purpose of securing Government !
4 S --------S- of expended for such Supreme Court left Newark N. J. Monday .
money every year ZAN'nsviU.E OlHO 6. The boilers
May
S_ tt S* sloii.of the Lg+.IataM S his deliverance was that of a thoughtful l lands to'aid in the constrnction of the -
contemplated for New Orleans" to enter !the .
all has contributed to tho upon, of lv :f the
: purposes, support man to men in whom he would instil the a rw p twcr ue water t
has called for ( t railroad between .d u'ties of the circuit to which he has been '
G9vernraet Gainesville
? an crasesiion works at.-- ., : i. with
# : of a largo population! ; 'and has bnilt disposition to think. Douglass told his ;; u i c\jvl' <\ lorifcy ,

4; .: of the.Legislatureto ,mu-t on t I.23drof 'up a: city whkb to-day contains not less colored friends that they were now voters and Live Oak. assigued.Radical i a terriblo cr.-.i. 'JLi. n'W\r andthe ; .

5 5 ; MfljvWe do not know iwhyRee and that "to vote was to exercise a choice. The [following advertisement ] bonds i issued on tho credit of fireman wero the, only persozuin i tho building !
than inhabitants.
: J makes'\thi! ,call? but- the Sentinel 18,000 If they preferred to vote the Democratic appears Florida for the benefit: cf Heed, Littlefield at the time The fireman was blown ; f
: i in the Tallahassee
J-: RA.IL-I OADS. ticket t it was their undoubted right to do 1/ti7Ul.: &; Co., do not rule: very high in tho financial through the roof, and landed fifty feet : ,

.:,,' fiayfi'H'is- .. .. to. raliMJ ll.es-inue t to"pay thecounty The question absorbing the greatest interest i it, and no man dare say them nay." ADJUTANT GENERAL'S OFFICE, market. The Lake City Press says from the building. He will probably die. ;

4 t officers, and.correct mistake which t at present Texas, is Railroads. In ... --- TALLAHASSEE, FtA., April 27, 1870. "it I is whispered that Governor Reed, while S The engineer was not much hurt. The ,

: were made lastfiseMion! ,' The -Iloridian Ea.teniand\ : Sou(hern Texas there is NEGSO JURORS PLEDQEP 'TO TnEIR The attention of'citizens of tho State in.Jfevv York, disposed throe inHlk/nfe building was blown to piecesThe t loss \
great
.:: :i. Bbta-'tbatpomebody bas' got well paid' RACE.-..-The following incident related subject to military duty, is called to sec- ot 'State' 'bund "at the nominal ''price 'ot f Ls estimated at about' one hundred thousand
r I excitement and much speculation in lands,, by of the tho Tb.twiU Ho loHar '
a Quiney correspondent Tallat ten cents on dollar. I
; '. .' again for, calling" .the ; t lion 15, 16, and 17, of "An act to pro- \ .
Lpglaturc! and consequent upon ihe! Railroad{ fever. The l\tf"<'. Flvridian, contains food fur r'fll'c- "idtfor organizing f and disciplining the very well for pin money'sufficient' for the BOSTONMay; C.-The Cunard ,.steamer S

.' says, "that.the honest members should people Western Texas ha\e: not the i ]ion especially for ;those. :who are so anxious miiita! of State," as follows : Wisconsinite to give an ordinary dinner." 'Siberia, now overdue hero from Ljvcr :

tr:5' : :. not attend this eos-sion. We are soon to energy, nor the progressive spirit of thef f to place negroes in official positions; I SECTION, 15, Wbencvor a sufficient -I' pool l, was spoken with a shaft broken, as .
'j: ,; have an election at which "This interesting incident occurred in : : s ire was putting back 'to the Irish
we hope allS number of coast.
tho
by, of T-ROM iTAsiimrrox.:
*, Eastern section of t the State, and while ',.urt. A persons, provision '*'
yifcr open ( negro juror was asked by f all j
rwell.-
the : Her'pissungl-rH were
I .. members elected\rill be honest. It t capitalists from Kansas i t this act, citizens of any ,county of this 'WASHINGTON __General fZei
are building a the acting State's Attorney if he had taken MayL '
fe the fervlchajt. State, subject! to military"duty desire to Foreign Sl'lTIt. J
: ul that --
of Indian Affairs
prompts I Railroad from Kansas City. through the an oath in any secret organization Commissioner climates -
; ._.: this called RftiGn now." Indian I when acting as juror not to bring in a organize a volunteer company, the adju the Indian warriors in the neighborhood I PARIS May 4. (Garibaldi! publishes a ,
5. Territory, and. already.havctluir tant-general, ,due application' of manifi fo-orgmg th< "French tomoderation.
upon anny
% r verdict against any one of his color Were of Fort Snly! at about eight thnil and.T ." I 3
: S, S S Independent Candidate for Conrt.S <. road completed 40 miles South of the a white man was interested. He repliedhe such persons, shall appoint, the corn man- c"arcwl.'iI armcdaud nwpt,1cLI! om llr j

Mr,, .Xetuoel_, Wilson! formerly U. S. Kansas Hue and destined to run by way hnd. The Judge immediately ordered der-in-chief'approiug some suitable I person six-thousand: of these are Fioux, I\ufth(. CrGr. J May i.The'President \ :

S. Revenje Tax Assessor for Florida has of Preston on TIed River to Waco, Austin his name to l.e stricken from the list ofjurors. resident of the coacty, to open a remainder i madeTip (scattering tribes.; of the Council [(roini! is promptly to submit !

: S been publicly called to declare himself aJdl Antonio, to the Rio Grande, and j Let lawyers be cautious hereaf of book t the in which ho shall enter tho names I He i is satisfied! they are bent on war, and i to the Delegates Ids reasca.s fur the I I
and
'. npon tAr' persons volunteering, shall ifit shall.take place it will be the moot : delay of t th.: ratification, thy St.. Taoaiaii .
S 1 an Jijdcpcndecl; Ileptiblican: CantM- every promise ('F. being built within threw .... fix a time and place of meeting fo1(t'the destructive and expensive I Indian war wave C t;( .ty. iLoxDONVM '
S
dato for the 42J Cngrei,frum this;1ate. years, vet the old cattle aDd Mock raisers ST. DOMIXOO-PROTEST AGAINST ANXCXATION. i purpose' of organization.Sec. h t-vi-r iiul.; lie says these savages. ay.4.-ThoMarquisof.Eata

;S S Mr..Wilson belrrps to that rItES known shako tbtir heads and talk ominously of .-A formidable protest against 15, Whenever the names have are better prepared wit It hor.&cs than uur has purchased the Lumldn iun,! which '

*->* : *"Sontfiera Loyalists" ," 'and if a candi- the "lian! ;e being! curtailed anJ their business the annexation of of St. Doming.! to the been tnrolli-d the, the faer person so appointedshall own cavalry, and the Indians can raise: I will heneeforth advocate Catholicism. J JI

United States, bearing the signature off report 'together with the abnames out twelve thousand 1 warriors' TIf: Tlu 'l'iu.liSCUssiflg, Uie recent .
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ditefill' pr.ll that entire'OC.! The : rn in 'd. the who} plotagainst 1
to adjutant-general l. shall
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5 \'era1 thousand of tho most intcligfnttauling Sioux and I lluir dli"l'rc' never in bettercuiulitou t tha French 1mrwnr'Jif" '
: S jrs S Gainesville XnJef&yicnt: siya that the Galveston has a road projected t to connect of that and formally report the same to the comuiandcr-in-chicf-: battle. t that tho eaya S
".1 men country, to give us One of the, most remarkable! thing about tho
1i 4' equal civil and political l rights: of the mired with; thi Kansas road at the junctionof I addressed to the Senate of the United and shall), in his; discretion, recommend immeuute "-:.:ses uf alarm to t tILe,I Indians I' plot h its opportune for oScialtiontcrh.g. eIte- S :

a S ( man are permanently secured by theadoption the Hod: 1ti t.'r. 'fill'.?o Kailrosd-s: : are States, has been forwarded by..Gen Josele that oQims he apj>oinled! ) fur such ('UtItt- I i Ii t tIr.1tllo': !: 1 a:'pn
S :- being; built exclusively by Northern Eobral; the chief of the Revolutionary} ny. It th < Li-giJ-lature shall be in session Ixprtl.tiuu: wh.Ji numbers about twentytiv PAULS May 4-
; of the 14th aul 15th amonmpats.to capital tho lllI.'r.in.dicf shall nominate fr' rcl of the .
(\Jmlll S'CfU .
:
; l and. I Government; to Clinton ]Rice, Esq.: the hundred: Ul";.>,v us eniltlod! at (ht' '- d'T/'f.S but Jill tftfci'nji t
; so f. withinst: State uiJ.- Were S
TnJLreil
ilfti Constitution cf'tho! UI ilJ I IS any oilicers I to t the Senate for CI1I1 WI.1- at
!,! JM-eal| ;; ::grut and, Consul of the :JSt. Do- e'! t.( IHin'r.I"I', farmers, &:.- I.the tft. Qticiit ri.'t I
(; tf! tbcohurtI[ fiaa cipst nv i The. Li-W J5.Li:1.t* !! .ar.: U'called] to meet at j| a.iitieian patriots in the United' :tate, thin ; bat if the il.egi.tl.itur hall not be Tfcey L Tire t'xiHTte'i In tart': hra iVw d.tysthe "I Iuen '\('t'ftrdaIany. t

[; S L'L L! Au 1;.a M- ifr. '-. fa anil -it is ft i: ;;i/l whom} the will; l lu in j-essiui, I the! 'tUiUllr.I! r-n.dld'; Ii; arrests Ijave : :"Kudu t/f JHT"SOCS ibo ;
.5 5 .0/ ma1 1 U: to feel that be is th? (-ufl of f t th--. j expected: : ay same ; prosi-nuil I t. i'I"pl.'t : nom'ran:<'. (f moan- aw bflifvcd to -hare !been ircpncaU- In
:: tjo.l"rs whose hmll1jiI. o11..i1
S jfwtite! atd l lj JA..A:1. :! .1..d )lot;: i-y will be in attendance, 1 with: t-thirr i important documents, to thr al'l.l ta iIi,, tho Big.Uti'lt: river anJ'slojii-c, aud the I IS Ienver : } I
:' ishite is
,, : ,. that a r. '} a' expire at the close: of the text r'gular; Plot."S. j
-ti't T'I : to 5et c th-' Slate: un-l enrich! the hone-. I'! as. f.ri hzvit h. .liisLsi.n : if.possible! I the.ipicflSfc.ffAAr d '- > **"'i'.v 1n l>
:
,
i &* 'IP ,." r ig; ,;er Lftw.] b--haves !hii: s: li"!, ; ; I I I ; if they slltl1l1lA have betu confirmed I 1. :'said! to1,( t Id'that rVgiiirt". Suits I'IJ"St.T, At whoscoou e a number of Senmliswera

S 5: kud.1bbt. tL ? tIm baa .ctiiue t., vPgraft. L.'gat'! Acconliug' to our ne\v couno -i.1LS3UbA AM) ViclM'ilOiir by l'nate.1Jl'n, such men General, Sherman! was orders! h found, jwiai&ji unaPt .',adtd. '
', itutl'U; of hands I lo tnade have been enrolled and t the officers sometinu j Groat prwanfiojia have ,
l
S 4 :- thee grants can appointed U-en taken ,
S priceiples itta tho hearts of *thewhole ago t<> t-toi; Ours! l' expedition bat .
nil t the land in the Stato is reserved for : in conformity with the provisions upon by the .J urnal (tjflidal) end Sieule
as towards
peej/lecf! Florida ard that Lem. I ,? friends in this and the 'rol1ndin; pleilgwj from the expttlirinnhits that \
I
uf this si-t t sui-h shall} be the !
company regia- PIptll ku-p iuet.tansEILL. : .
d'lr.t! An effort will be made I t they] would not inoUsttheliidians t
: counties would
; es. place o'cli the
uadtrniany b"l\tiouli
: : Wilson j i" the man .aboye ail others, loth purpt ; : ten-d in the office of the adjutant order ) .
general :.
S to priH'niv bends of the State as subsidy, by kcoping us infonuetl as to the current events l wa.- .re voke. The! In.1i Ln11* not May -l -Tbu Chief/ '
from his of the volunteer
as a militiaof
course during aiM sir.ce tho war, company I the Jnh'malion.1'o
.
be convinced that
in lieu of land transpiring in their npigMwrhoods. Itouis of the State. .this expedition: i> [( t..cabIc. Assotktlna
to perfect this work. The Ir.dtpcndtntays : lied tlicy arc thf-r'-fori' for; herejuve. ]ht-en arjvsn-d, \ul 1 a!.o aprura- 5
local inUrebt incidents etc., will w thankfully preparing I
Texas i is destined to bo the Empire SEC. 17, The volunteer com panics shall!! i ioenf '
"** great I- General prs. wh.i tt.;-ikd l frnm Paris.LoNW.s3jay .
S : n.bt-ing one of the people, will 1 received, and duly ackDowl J.e.1. bo organized armed and in war:. Parker: this: our ca.'a'r)? .

5 o be supported by. the [((,pIt'." .We shallBed. State t>f the Sontb. This year her same: manner, as companies, equipped of theIlw. the is not strong though l by or.c-ha'lf! to eel)* : !;.-It iitat that the .
'. Cotton will amount to' bales with the Indians! who will tlivHd! and exhibit ion apifr.sf the- Tfed S
S Crop OOJUOO See notice of Manatee county sheriff'ssales I arm of service in the army of the United L : only ( Tilver insur-

.. ._. and her (exports of catle fo Kansas, CalL in t this issue. States. fight in bands .ffi.e hundred! tr; s", nr i1; j' gents hm bt-en alaJtulNIlwill! to the :
-
:; t will scatter ovtr )thittaiumuVyt'unimii l t j re,vnt receipt: of favurabk.news! from
:; fornia and t the East, will reach a half a j 1 ho officers of each company as soon I that
DetnocratleConcert ,
of Action. See notice of sale of cattle, by Wm. B.] as organized to law will bo Dakota and:Ct I)r.h: Territories: andshall 'f i n 1 rt' riou.i S S
S-S 5 million head.rrho number of beeves according ,
'ne Banner !1 bo s.urtl' ,with; ''I1t f'.h 1T'rQ '
qftfie'Scuth says that one lleuderson furnitUfd o// ) 'cinSf" ". S
surviving partner. with a of the Tactics and I
,
of tie slaughtered for the beef packeries, which copy massacres in those T t'rr t orit The Indians -1 NEW Yt Rl'. May -The; Xforo Castle
Radicalismmaintains
priccipaLreasonstbat : Regulations designated fjr the use of.the
has become immense business Blum & will not meet Giner.il Sheridan brngs ( JonTan (
an in the Kloppeu'urg have received a State Militia. in ci. : a passenger. ,
VAUXCM
JOllY
/ it unbridled sway in this country pitched buttle. They are ton l-'bre'w,1 for t I Cl.l. Ca>tii.i.; liflancuKinit ,
Major
I State, will.reach 100,000, and thousands; I new supply of Groceries. Sec card. Adjutant-General. \ \ and
i Is the apathy of i ho Democratic that. ; the
people Geueral Shiiri'lau: cannot have o r "i"itrs of the Cubua service
of cattle ak C
I are being! killed just for their <>
and.the discord ia tbe ranks ,of the S icon* than about two tln-ucaici cavalryan a rrl'"i .t..rrl h-u.&y. 'J '
I hides and There is plenty of Corn arid Flour General I
tallow.Tho of Gouzates in i Sews. ,
Democratic party 'rh' is want f a county .l it fan: n-adily! be seen that it, will I be 1-; Thy r.-purj the CaT.aa 'I\I1QA in a hetj .
; I Ea"t. of this 50 miles, has alreadytltt Tampa. Farmers take notice. The son of Lopez, in New York, writes diftlcult fl'fhif chlct-k'Jhe' trrjL-'iT.'ilt.-.ii' : thnaut .
leader" "who)is afraui: sAv.ipes.-- u- rtui! ', jtjgri
a popular man not I
letter
a public
ft I Spring: sold 15,000 beeves for the Messrs. saying Paraguay will I The infantry that has betn ser.t ov.t,: ismerely of the tllllt:' ,lr..1 l that the success of
fo taeponsibilitics: ahdwhose I in I. Blumenthal & Co., have avenge bii: father's death. I
Kansas ht. It is safe to to strengthen the forces at th. f'rt tsir I tbe- re'.h.lJld.pt'n.s:; .vuly on time. .
: zp.l\ assume t
flcecte and eloquence are suSclent( to con.solidato that purchased tho "Ix sly Mill," in this place, It I* 'jtimafelthat\ not less than a doz along the frontier, and General: irbi-nMan' The suj.pI! on Uuixl are considerable!
SOQjUGOheadof beeves ,
will be sold
S the strength his party, nnd m(-.t and will start it to sawing lumber in a fewJays. en hills are now before Congress asking I can only act on tbo defensive until: ii I! and arms an-t anniiinition: : haj beenufe

AI' fritter away'its usefanes:! by usclcs*' ti in :Texns thi'-! *'N!r B.{-v?, sell! from S S : for subsidies for steatr.ships. cavalry:arm of the sen iLi i is stmvtl'' .d:: l ly r..t.i {[v, d fr.jW ..oI'lI.U] Much had been-
Is.S .
cushions and .; to Sire C,"r L..t.. i ij. ." "; c..u.ni'u .''Il''s: _ _ The reJrHs have finally arranged for I General Parker rstimatrs the co t> i-t two I IE j t taken fn>tu iii t-iiffjiv, and the 'StOCk of f I
personal sczkz. 1'h
I '
I from S-'O to $25, and} sheep from Si toS10. A colored woman died in the scrub on three matches between the yachts Sappho months' war with th lidian} at a su m1 ammj-.ultlon'-on'haud! "Is 'sufficient to "pro-
S must be .such a man in the. racks of ,the! and Cambria. greater than it would requite to feed t thoIiiians vent allJlt'ltJ. ,
According to quality. When the Monday night, of
consumption. She
party. If there is be should be one year.WASHINOTOX. Th Cuban numbers V
brought The army about
Railroad from Kansas strikes Northern l leaves two small XV Amendments for, cost of enforcing the neutrality thou ten
S forward, and placed, in a1 position to ren laws last year was about 15,000 must Maya, Noon -IIot >.uul, wei! 'lnjrf rJ, tHllb artillery'.
Texas our farmers in that section wili !be the bureau to take is i snllk-ient
S derbis'I influence useful .and care of. of which was spent watching, the Cubans I The States were called for bill*. A bill i fully f'r.t 11t I'n' c'lIt.
practicable.I I
} able to ship their wheat by the 1st Jane, was passed, giving a pension of three ; The nIL Ih..1 of warfare consists chief -
_dr The people must be aroused-Radica'bm, The "Band of of this Samuel Brown, wholesal dealer in'I 0, I ly,in mountain '
Hope howitzers.
as their harvest is in the nmnth of ilay, city, ai remaking counterfeit : thousand t dollars to Mrs. Lint-filn, I i iSEXATE *
.. S must }13' exposed I in all its and preparations to greenback, was detected and Numerous I Th r fea-"O:1 i-t LOW iVfavor '
enormity, and will tbf'rf4gt't their 'grain to a market give a Public En- arrested in New York few :- petitions fir relief: ), of..the rer.olutinnists S
a days
o Democratic Principles im.t be tertaiument the ago. of i political! ? disabilities wore presented. I I atl.l l i is givirsj them what
kept constantly in the North two months earlier than ; proceeds to be given towards t they .
Reports continue from m,stbt ; :
New 1.1'r
it coming Mr. -a\\\'t r introduced' bill ev.-iMo! -i'.tijtn; &!
before the if to'! u to : v+ n: col
people wo wint the of the '
of the Western wheat repair churches. York that General O'Xcill I t' ,
I any States. Tex i is making, claimants: t m cases nut con'-ctetl with the : {'cfl'D i IL, ; vi ; .l'f: rn'iryiseafti: I

rescue tho people! if we want to reshN11 as is such an immense State and has such ACCIDENT. propositions to scam the Canadians again. I rebellion to g- into: the Court cf Claims: ,' tanli! t the ov.-rti. iij o:' tno SpanIards n> 0

S the country: fwaj iht: bands of traitors variety (If soil and climate, that almost Mr. John P. Andreu, one A coroner's jury finds that P. B. Daley without proof of loyalty. Th bill was and when! over, th? !heat of tho summer, I J :I II'
of
S and knive.S anything can 1 lie nti.,d within her limits. the employes at the Cedar Mill, in a Catholio priest of Brooklyn, died j referred to the Jmlitt&ry Committee.A I' will prevent the Spaniards :'from pushing t
this place, ba.1 his forefinger cut off by one: re>olutji'n declaring it lu U tho 'i the war. ? '
i-f sentiment i
It will not 3o to lie idle here, and say All thai j is now teired hr on account wounds inflicted by his
I that; it.is,useless for us t.) make an.tToj7 ;1 i to he freed from by p-ople i is of the small saws, on Friday last. niece, Mary Daley. of tht.Americaa people that -iiu- 1 Col.: Castillo, a weaJthy planter of i ,
the'I'I
Radical. then Carpet-baggers, aLt dis- mediate rcj'-aratlou should! he ma.t.b! interior: and who i is thoroughly :
orjQ adopt policy *
btkrausej'v A of
S hones legislation.! party tWllty'mtn uniformed'
.
C.RECONSTRUCTION' CHANGE ( with
OF lrDLIC.TWXY.! As for all the
I cannot help ourselves, 8.1Jd must adopt' ---'.'--' with knapsacks filli-d] hfnird North England vessels destroyed by the .\1. : resources (.f the 'revolution

:L ourselves to the new order of thir.gs: (.r! ov FOUT Srunrt.rt :!.- soon as tho mail begins to run regularly, through Boston on, Wednesday last., passed i- and re
to attempt the organization of i third j-ar-j Sumter: in CMr'-vt'n! V"-v. r fc- t "P rr-'poRH) to change the publication day The report that the United States Con- the-Alabama: claimto an imnti-di"' the Spaniard.assert! claimed, nor eo weak as

S tiesin order to pain accessions from the:; lie H'"c trudl', tn-i ibu ".vork has already -! of our pspi-r. We do this to benefit our *nl at .J t't lo had 'been killed by t the natives ate t'.ttl'mt'llt.'a'4 referred to the Committee situation ho but is as regards the '
Affairs present
on Foreign altogether
moderate Republicans. Such been odmnjvuci'J. hope- .
policies The
as
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crumbling many (country' subscribers. has had a depressing effect i fat
the
.. on I A joint resolution was sd :
\ these only to weaken the of P3q declaring
serve cause }[: walls are to be restored, embrasure angle' loan ,
Right! and add to Ib.di'a1ism1l':1. 1 and l Japanese recently introduced in Lon the 30th he remoulded
IR Ifo(' C ;
(
I ] to bc ? I C"i l-k in do-
S : We must arouse ourselves. merit placed therein. In restoring! the lower of don.Thc. observed (hy'ihe people of/I h in; il ,h U .nt
j
IJ North. and. South, the Democracy' must,( work h is contemplated to make ita'hea-v 1 logs the Government Wharf on Pall Mall Gazette, in an article on United; tate, in (Ibfl ITf 5,f.

'1 :7' nnitaand pnt forth ajl the energy, :and temporary battery," mounting thirteen: Sunday eight last, and filled with water, America, says it is impossible now to' graves of Union soldiers.; I tKrtale task -he v.ouU rc'onut a pedler'i .

strength wbicli they posses. They must''heavy calibre gur.s k-leven IG-inch damaging considerable clothing and find an American: wloiiil admit having To enforce the Fourtcx-nth Amendment, I' vaon trjet', (-xLiLUEt KO tte>'-! ,tb a1 l'n.u\ur&l"iii\ S .

; be united.' There must. be a, cohirnon''1 IS bore and two 12-inch ritJ s. It hto retain -|, books which re aboard of her.T.txEs.TbTax .' opposed the right of negroes to vote. : prohibiting any coercion: or intimidation: "h"\.1, u trw> chain a h.o,''a inlteanJ plowt fork,are with, l ';

: platform. Personal ,bickerings; must be "nearly its 'old shape. The outside I --. A crowd of 150 New York roughs by refusing to employ,. or> diK-hargir: ,other Il ;id. s auJ ..mo14..traw to the ey' of '

I suspended, and we1' ranet have a'common wall is to be rebut: at a height ranging i 4 Assessor is now i assessing "went through' the audience at a circus '!from employment! or otherwise injuring:;', tho ti.ont.unjust the f-ILrm.u.. the wicked taT" J

S unity as we have a common wi??. from thirteen to t"rfjtfr.t above! tho taes in this county and tho] in Hoboken, a few ds\s since, roubiug any citizen with intent to retrain! bimfro'm b. ..- Tut.f i i iIDpoi'\J wotLlbea Uptn: tltlI1 Ly exitjn. ,

S S We write Imperatively, because it i is low-wat r mark, Above the wall a heavy citizens, in giving in their list cf land most of tho people :rmd nhorskingly maltreating t- the (-xerci.-e of tt.- rights: meant to u! ".'.' Q.1 r1rQ_ very
; belief that unless ; whoever :sll.J. be. tecuretl by theFourtceatbitiiieudinrur 5 ... :_. .. !
our something: i Ls dqnn earthen parapet will lie con tructJ.11 rl..1 Many women -- -- i

:S S -: and that_speedily,.\re vnll not only not the boffli-proofs! and I casements yet visible must t give tha Range, Township, the Section ,, were bhamefully aim:ed. I I jOr because (f his: having exercised the l"'putyl"nit..l t.e3 tar"haJ. VT. I;. St perr.. Swa3 1

S ..0'' 55 avc the party hat,will afroloso cur }iherilfs. :will he tilled!: in. A new dock"and sally and annex (the valuation of each' 1 (General Pickett denies tlie! i same. The bill makes suh otTeni-es p.in- jt.\L..ou hct Lr)I:n.Ly.a iit.prado:Aiormowi Lmed lli- m I
g Let tract also the number of ;, newspaper' ialuble: by a Cue not exrH-difig] t th, pUI'SUbI'and s .
; us all, therefore uni'c. and port aro to be constructed en the west ; town lot and report that he is to I rn usj .ll1"wi.

;SS r ::?; ".. jv work raroefitTy for tho corurwrnS *:de, aaJ the! present docc! and stairs will )hf valuition of the eame. This is thoirlaw going Kgypt. j :and dollars, and imprisonment not eir,'' d. ,., -.. _.... -S S .
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; :', : OOf t '" S be rt oT''d. j( Brownlow has left Washington and :i ing ten years. It empowers the Pros; ? Nens of further mggrctwon and i ,
and
I \ WP publish it for information. (pone the Sclphcr Springs in Arkansas i Gent: employ} tha laul un-1 caval" r"rs .,.hostile from ftttifad en thft part of the lad 5
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r '17th. .. ;# ---!C+J.:" ,',OOOHNE\V&; \ ROIVt 1 AL'll. J- /n/ -I --, 1".1 __._. ., r' Economy the,Watchv/prd!,! 1870; 1870.; ,*fI

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-c"ip: Cew Orleans

$ '.... .. TUSTimCLTVED I CHOICE: ..FlQi.Y,:ca -GEOCEBISS estira.Ecr.Etc.cJ"AIZDtPBOQl.SIONSi of I GOODS ':,

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"fII I .;buriUStB1t k ;'3Z SPRING E SUMME'R. Jurl Received per Steamers Florid,Beaufort, >i .- '"
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s vi PRO V IS IONS.
,Y lIKAtf: AQIFLL .! 1 .; ConalstiD of .
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.; .*?tar*3f W": AS***, ,uSA .' .' ,i :i. > "UOCORf.JJEAL f L London it'ourning' Punta: JUST OPENED, AT THE STOREOF -

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<; 1: 41': ti 3iV *..",, e ..ft -- 111AT'! "WHOLESALE Laneut4r .. itPbilhpa.tA11en' -
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!Ic. -r..mr iL i 'J. r '.:t& '. ,... PICKLES., .. Merrimack DunnelTtTallahaase 't ,. L. G. CovacevicHF : I'

JUST RECEIVEDrAND'FOR8 LE.. -.. AND *Plaid. .
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t'., By Y..&:1 Tt f3LW'k m.tmrnG.,>! CHOICE. ,p. [BCTTER.: ; JELLIE,, 13 r: .1' Coosa .. .?;,
LaTacca from Kw Orleenar
-r44 Kirkland Recd Per Stfamer
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0 -I' ni", f'.m,.. t.i..fis., 18j .." :. OsnabuTgs, ,. LOUR WHITE cony.WHISKEY. '. r'i i
<- L: !" -.e.:! 0,' -f .1. SARDISC?. i : S--- ... '
ll! .a..Xx. "
..... ,. Fancy Lawn a CXJFFFE.
U. ; ,. -. ; jjy
L Sa-lo-of-Gatffi .cnIE E. -- -, Jackonet- ;\ a .. :. .fftS. : r CANDY CIJUIETVTNE., _
I i/ ", .".",., t ,,"" ; ... 'F, q ; Swim 1I1iaJb. SOAP. :MACCAKOKLTEEMICILLL -
:: -.... -TWILI ASSUUVrvr5a PAETXEIt:: offer '. '?"" 118C/LL1. Linen Check, t CHEESE
JL Polar iaghi4 : BY c .... BUTTER LARD ...
}4&i\4fi on WEDNESDAY .' : 1\\ I1taly : .argi.Ripka ...
i .=>; .thIn e let JayjcTjonefteitJa* 117' O'clock A. M. j ; : : I (',oUonadeq Matches, Pilot Bread. French Bread Batter .
i ,?c i front ofWhe Ccmrt Htfcse Door irl TAMPA, ..-'tJIIAC"JlOU..! : : Camulet Jean. Crackers Pickle, Buckwheat,. Onicn Ac. -

;b" the entire stock of Cattle known u the .' Layer niisl. s. .). Blniuien4hal.rr- Shining,
; JOHNSON &1 HENDERSpN: {Stock. wd ; ,& T ., She*ting*. A ASSORTMENT OF
, t' mat ctmd branded u foUo.wa., a.' f'i Hickory

'K, -*6h/p bsaadedIt0.tr U one esa',-tiadtx-*gisre llh other SC!a; Orram, Sugar and ZiJnon Crackers.L Fancy Denims Spring Balmoral Skirt, Skirt. Braid Boots & Shoes, -

and Sew Orleans.' Trimmi&gB Its, &:.c. Also, .
L Boston .
a N" 7'.ThiWcnw. ,
Swalk>brkpopkr-lea4inrjB9: ear.Swallow TUST T1 r.r T : I. SPLENDID STOCK OF
fork tithe s&w-aet in the ther. ... +-branded.. J P. of which will be offered to enr customers r s l We hare trtircL<..i 1%. ..ii.:* :. .v.>ur fcrnijr ritensire [and [varied Stock: ft complete foil \ :
;*""Termsmad,knownoa", tit.', of sale. at.very 1 low prices. Giro us a caL LiD cf STAPLE DOMESTIC DRY GOODS' such as CROCKERY.f .

Wit R)IPN iiL'ftSflV l Rtipectfally., i OSVABUEOS- ,DESW3. STRIPS:FRISTS. OIXOn'AXS.iSnKETiyG3SUIRTI2f03: f Tin ware,
Tamp Hay 13th/1870.: ., ',' i,' tdiT&EEKEBYGr7Zjr.tfca : BLUM & KLOPPEXBUBoVTampa -
,tfSTEUMEE HA S D W A.R Si He keeps constantly on Lad
April iW.,.lSTO. ,
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O"T'I' : 1 I A fine aortnent of Shaw! Blanket! Flan '
I Style I of Dress Goods 'PBEioir.TI nell : Jfln Dalrao.ral -
,- -- 't' '- \ ATEBY'S PLOWS, Calico. Shtiop, Shutirp, ",
: *Sri"Thi x iav. the 'Ileceive''' 0 *. Tltlin ."., Stoektogr: Uenatrarge TL!. ,-
1 ?ddSDfJttagy187Oat3O'cbckyf. M.. Market Price will be girea for all Gloth,. Deniins, DvLainr.. I'ncts Cloth Alpteca. 1.
I proc public .. f SuchftalATnaa. Cambrics, Jacouett Swia. ci .niea, Org& diCli. etc etc., with ft fall .- kind The Highest of l'Iaid.Stripe- ICcturt: .Ltnen. I!arid.
e OSE:IJTE GALLON DE3UJOHN{ OF GIK. PM FLORID.t. a cheap'and mart of Tritcmings, V kerchief Collar. 5I rico.. Jtoucet. Winter -
asdortod Stock: of :..IercLAndbe'con- Ga1icoc: Cambric,* Drillitg, Ca .im.r.*
-TWO FIVE GALLONTQEMIJOHN) i:KUM. |s ,ting of Produce. Veil.,IlibLou Glortt. Lawn

\1.i.' ,.. full 1int' 'D! 6rafsSoots) $ummrr lothing, Country In his Grocery IX parUcent can always be found
4 1't..1r-. ; 31dLdapbfMuch. {Flour"Whiskey.Soap .. .
vtelxtfon'of FLO fit of all Grader,
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1870.loe "
aoXoL.of.Congreaa >-
ff proud July 28tb.'ISG6 i t 0. L. FRIEBELE'' Salt, Corn, Bacon Pork, ShonlJert,
Tote; co, Caady.CoJiiib.
Mackerel: YaecaroD"ermi.ilU., Fancy "
** 8ia to tab pkoa at 107 ofiica, in Tam- thLMen's ; Cses' {tizll''iSltou Tampa, March 15th. tL Frcuclt Jt<
p. n.. _. 0 .- Candy,Czccse Cracker. toJ Cratkei. l Pilot! BreatJ Cvlf**,
'I' .HT'. tf'; c.' Q.'D.1roBLEYDPp't.i: r". -T :. '. '. .. t A FULL ASSORTMENT 1 GrC'.n nnd Illnrk T *n.
And Inspector of Customs, >I I! 1i1111 j : r 0 Butter uUr. Candk., Mateh>s. Ciyar Soda
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Port of Tami'a.1rmp.1fay,16tD ; K ra ufl. Oil, Syrup Lye,CUt.;J Fruil.OAre. .
1871 2w Nutmeg ; iluntarj SluffJIi1k, ,
Broor&a Plows and: pieta Labor, illssc-s! ; Mine, LAd Ch J-rn's Wear, from the most reliable manufactures OF Vmrear. I\'rrer. age f'illt'. Pried Afplr and

i $< HEfHFF'SSA: L E. Alpacc*Rarest: Astor,CCI:ors. :' -.. ", I rudlt. Lo\ttu% I' Clln.. Nut.. Ch.ot' .
-.5 Doz. .U.VTSCor': MV-X: BOY'S and YOU TR'S CHEWING & SMOKING TOBACCO

Lalies hose, Locparts FALL POWDER
'MANATEE: COUNTY._ \
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( SHOT.
Lace Veils..Damask Towel.% CAPS. .
;: bpi EXECUTIOX issued oat Linen Checks, KirUand Stripes, Ladies HATS, TRIMMINGS, :MILLINERY GOODS, Etc. .
BYVliilvJK Ao ,* ortn-.... :o eaaurer. Bucl.et, Broo m*
'a alike of tU liatite County the. 6th Judicial Cdrcoit of Jeans, D I: Florida, John, T. Leal ey. nasnU 1 aad Seth Amos-keag Ticijnc; Obnkburga, Co2e IVt,Tin r.it, riot j yaart Crape
;> 1gaa.N.. def I baT levied npoa and IXuaeetic*. rah LaceB + 1'l ce\! Knte: .TaUeKnivo Oiicltt, lock.. .
r': wJl sell at pcUio ectcry.line. for trash. before-the;;. Careta..c. \ \\ ..Ilibge. i.otware.I'"ns, 1* "". N. J <'*, Ax; \
:'i Court house tloo.1 Len the cour.ty..Lohai.l ,
L G. COVACEVICn.AgtApril :bcrcv: kuj Taek.Spuo. Irwi. Lot Ac. t.A t.
county within the legal hours ofssle 6th tf p"
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r: on Monday ltb day of July, A D.' l$7t), i L rya ruisplcaa --
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.,, a certain stow of tiatili marked and branded I i Dalo..i' r"
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M follows- .>1rit: FROM e ) NEW\ YORK u ii-tie i < \
UlI&r'61opupUI ba each ear. Branded s:?. L.moa Syrup, .n .; .
Levied upon u th. pmiwiy of said defends ., lls: Lctr I"f.'lp. i io
to satiafr the tad Exectiticm; JUST RECEIVED BY ,
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:: UNDEESIGNEI hs lust received a O' I D .nv:;on M' .t c -

This.the, lOtii.c."D.1 day rf.. \J-nL':.V.,1814'atE\ :1R, rpun .icr, ,lot of CLOTHING. consi p:.' d ...in.L'S: C.1.(,.!"I"OT' Cr.'T>..:.O. *- .
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Shoff1fay,1Ct :\ X rixlins cf Pruss Lud :ea :a O\i z: T / LCCL. CO i
Coils, r". :.! :nop'-'s. ..... ,... ... :
1m. t.li. Dra? d' ct3 : :: ; I I._ ."_)., --- 7 ..a..1, loJ. ta
T' .c.:.'. : .. : m.Jej -' E. A. CLARKE & CO. '" 4j.
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SHIIITFFS.; : SAL-E. ...q.. _-, \ Ct.f'Q Dk EST! INDUEMENTS) '.

v. I .* W'htd' J>1JL" c.: L :3a.a.Icrcr':) Ct.3 LoJiLcl: rItsa( vllto .'s'.YEie Cert DQ'j: j, _

, f' MAVATT.P.... CO ."TYi .. t .1 r-, .... :. .-.'. $: .. ,I LTHS: OFFERED L>' TA2IP1, -
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/ sj GraaaCclh .A1-aoca 25 Ecscs i Ce.t:1 Hcevrvcj ChVl''r+, I I" : 1 P:-. Awort-nt-.t of ("a1:.!., I""t.o .'.
i T)Y VIRTUE:OP-tXECCTTON issued i't-.'!..5., Alj'\ "..c*, I Ie."lc-i ash aro'r .
t JJ oat oftheAetk lOf1iC.Of theClac'sit Cans :J:'cx GfAta03'C: : ,. '.,J r
LIzcn
b Erown _., CIk WK.C; ::-:\ C"f'e. i of Man tie County,.Cth JadiahCircait ..f 'il9Sackiofri '
, j l:,'wn a d Wt.trtth.1t'! : ; Jeans, 11 I ;art $
Florida JoBkcft rialLvAdmini tratoi on the Es i a1.ra: -u. nicl:y ar4 White Lines E:&ota I SO .la.-rEla! O "

i Wed I*-D. Tttrdideceas.d.*rJaintiZ and 10 of Powd. 5: P'r.'"n d J b.ctfs Are:, tic.. tAd"."' 1I..T 11.if hose. iaLJierc.IitLt. ; ". .n.. -< .
Krg< .. a
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i Ulanthy Qrr rtfirr* std OotveOrahatn.. Admintctnton Shirts &:c. Also I \ ., oi dll, d i en th Estat of JoLaCMOn,deceaMd, 50 .assorted sizes Le Ecy SLct; J Iseor cf G.:.':.:.Uui'er, A fie. lot ofIieady.Made t r* Hi r:1-: '
t 4t..U..1o.>senjvsll ecU atpublic .. :;; -- :..
! i 0QIIcr7..k!ch. ,witLln legal Lour rteal. f'Xrtc: SITai/ for Gfnfltmen !Boys and.I I :: :
.. And in fact aad vane Stock of K : r -
a large
! ..befft.tb&court House docT at Ftne Irw.I : ClotblDI, i [J1 = t. -3 J -<
< .1, the Cca ty I
th.4h tor yf Jaly.A. ; D..18iy."e a.c HBin etock Ladies, ,1 .' O* : 5 '::: rw -
'of CaUl4 Barked.. and'branded M.foJlpTs-to- .. I I .". > ? -x. 0 .'
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p' 1 S p p.l '" I
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i-' antatlon u r.o
'Wit : t. Y BOOTS and SHOES, Hits '" = *r*
'-:' Crop SipKt and UndVr-bit in CUM ear. nnder < the public are respectfully inriUd' to' ,. .. .. 1- .... .. .It::! .'... c: --; r e \
[ lop and npper-bit in the ctlier.) Braad- ,call aa1 UIU:1 "
*d,'C 1. Crop split and.under-lit in out ear, C. L FRIEBELE. _.a ;cs.:::o. r' "
Ii sharp in the other. :&:1de.l. C 1, Ix.ricd T-::::.*. AprU 12th I' f-: :::: ,
, 'i apon u the property cf god&!<'D! nts to wt- To suit th. wants:: of tin t4a1! ; I of which his V..n 't 'i with the gwstett of care, and HARDWARE.DBQXDESHSY o A. "D :;:: ..
. lab wd i exocuti'n.f : INWARE.Tist wall Loa roll CHL'A P VR C\IL Cft'J ant Ex-=un our :Stock; aa.1 you will find almost: anything I ti i:.": ....
j : I4i$ 19th da 1 r'j211.: .\:: D.'I&7J;' I I 'i 1 1J'T you wart, aid w. w.H I guraate. 3'oa SaUsficuoa aa o.r gOO&re new, frtah and Uple, I i ..:>>0 ;:::0' '",
, It t. ; ,AMttiEW. Gba1titi. ,' -raw. Uropcd Wash Bo*la,:.Ilk; Pans ar.J bold e.t popaLir! prices. I .'
. Sheri!rI .u.1 Cups, :;l'JoO:-. l'o.-k..L Kr.\ef'. LipT12. L BLUMEXTHAL & CO. ,
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I[ E: Jlay 121h.:! 1870.J sus I "i: C\Cd St:('4 t.tL6e! Garden : '
-Irozclr'1Ca'.er p.,;,pws:o )fates: asf .L.:. -. -. ,{ -

\ !::. & 'NOTI CE. ft I.:' F *5", ire-y ..1;,".",C.LyWANTED. .1- rr.1ELzLE. WOOD WARE New Goods ;1

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t i n Lj. COULD is fX1 aulhoni |o ls.esa 'I'z;.. 3I':] lZ.h.: .. tAT .....
I I !.. dCutt"-_ tJ',Tat in this Connty.i ? TdI1:: ted. THE 5
: be area at K. L/Grant'a 6&.ue& I
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t SAD DOL E R' Y

,--. WILLIAMS 10' 000 i 5000 113S of Hides 'J
Sr. W C Dry
I I .,. I G L L. aBy A Fre.b iappy! of Haying sett gyt to ray New Store% I tisx' now' "j..
(XL. FRIEBELE.itb. : tlJ firnishthr jnblic with any- \ ;
Physician and Surgeon I y I llrch u thing they nerd in my line, Bd cheer'- thj
HIGIIJ.ST r' !:!'.... L ELrJfE.YTlUL & t'u. FAMILY GROCERIES can tan pnrchart.l t't"'wbcn.: 1 bare jest rte:*d .. .
Flonr, tJ..m. J.i'r""J'' ,1 and !tar M1 lt. ;t,;

,:. 1PYL LOCATED IS TAMPA 'tenders \1SH1Tll\\r 1 -----. ---.- -- .-,-.- ,- ---- .- ------ Batter, Ire Cs+h P.'..... :.f'..'... 1 irJ', ....1.Wit.Grua SUrch.Par Sodas. \. ;.:

lit"Profieasional ernce to the Citizens of t y' I '.. 'h..rah She l'.Jd. .
I 4000 LBS OF DRY COW HJDES. Chtttr E-ru halts, Wrirf!Lt'a: l'lU", l.iuL.au:1: ,. *-. ,
Wz3
:L Tamp*and rteuury I :: ted. gene and CL-bor. / .

OfficeIn Vincent Leonardy.a reddence. I, Itln h. AlsKJ, a' splendid 1 As-wurtaieut of .... t '
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,! Tampa, May llth ISTa LBi OF DEER ti


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  • ;. OTTER SKCCS. 250; OTTER SKINS \
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    /\FFEES fUS PBOFESSIONAL: fcEBVlCESta By C. L. FRIERELE, ; ap, } tf

    : the cttix. -n* of Tam!, ad etmouaireooobj. : ; WANTED i... Critktri,f C,dieoe Phitiars, Sh-*. inr Oga+hurt +. \ i iI ;
    t' For which We r-'yhe highest Maik(t Pric, I, BLUMEXTHAL A Co. Lin"n. Bet licking llick< ry : ripcs L\cniu. !
    Cb.':s from tie coc:trj promptly.atM Oflft POZ. CHICKENS, : beLh;:.""a Ac. CI
    lerolne ML Tea CotTet Ccndlti
    .I -UU 2u=,I)oz. LGGH.C Snjar, i
    .i teidad.'" to i'C'- w htch the l tue,, : :.fnc4.:1 paid! -. .- _...-.-.- ----" I[ TIN-WARE OF ALL K c-"D / .' ii i

    Qii' :". -''}[r.,.&m-caei'3fltrbari. rwi- L FRIKBELS. I Uri, Pepper Soda, !bastard Spilt, rudy, : .1' t
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    a.tett' .......". .1..iI/f rTmnrn. :JiIIPt". .::.:: ..... WANTED I ;. IIAUD-WAUE. WOOD-WAKE u / i
    l:a.T May I All kinds of Smtkicg *adCl..wicj ,( .
    : ALL KINDS OF
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    ; OTS1& 2 f& 16ia T. 23. PI a i nand Fancy: 500 D eel' Skins, CORN & FLOUR : I .. .

    JJ,So ith. E 19 East- I :
    acrtm and tr*2 nUlec 0 Ae4 we .wig i eoaliaoa to receive by each .......
    I or t ere boatA c&,t 01 Tam a. oa JOB WORK By 1. B1.t'JfK.\"TI1.-tL t CO.Cedar tCDr frora New Urlras =JN... York *j. ,. !
    e, the B yIlaa a dwlfing b or-.e \U i I I ditioo bo our :ftt: .ck. Cite "I. call a: ti. :)
    and other improreznent aad'ta known as <
    AI
    8- hoe
    "pate's plaoa. II Blue store. ;S, f I i iI
    AIs ,,8iofS.E> J, S 6, inT. 29 S, Le I
    is E omtaica 79' 43-400 acts*;' u..i'tt,,,,, j' NEAT YEXECUTLD, AT THE ._ __ I And wt ,.illellyot> Goods u low u they c ab : I/ \

    I,fwaaut W J J !....co.amttid.. .. 1. .'Jams.I .. 7 1. t. parch .,.j this ..ct4A. Sill MOr-.e st: oft : :I

    t Also Welt{dsof Lot 2 in Block 7:!. in Taste I'i I
    g Po (see Geaenl Map.) baa no tae proYeI:1e&tA, PESNSDLAR OFFICE. Tampa : Mill. TERMS CASH, Q & QjQ,0; :
    1
    bat s number o!trrtRy Oranga T-roej an caGener ,
    1M loL For Sale. I I
    Also Lot 4. Block:;$tin T.tIt'e. ( OR SISTER AY COUNTRY PRODUCE An 1 b!*:t, you Sara: any thin;: tri! : i i. kt i:1 ,. y
    ,t1' ARr: ow. IIEr.Lro 'Oru:. r fI.. .l t., Frc CD.1P. a our f w c 1. F:,n:Cass Sore. kil it rizi wh::h w-1 at- ..H
    i- illap.) to the anh6cihet. \ nnahla paee etated: four ailas ,wet fa It we till pay the !:.ihtf>t 1.uJiu: I'rie We:1 osl. r-.1.'t.a..ot.: fOOl CE..a L-e. of ''to ;*;\ y>i G.Td: tw a call -# t tl
    Appy JOIN DtPLL G. 1 Tamp App.'ystthi orris, s::rai;::::grin, ai: !U free fr::1 kc-ts: sni-n: :e u poaa'.e, and to rer.-e tet l u tars': at CASH PRICES. I I'I" ''I
    leren i 3ti I _.
    01TICE. : ; ai'are at t tJ.u es3.: l .. ,; "
    .J.pri1 13t' 1B70. Mirh 23. 1S701 I I a E. P. GRANT .
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    :t ., !"" -J::., -' SOCH ABDESL. -, ---: )l.lhT' 0'II''I.C. 11."I'' Notiee._ \ Fresh Arrival FLOltIDA BAKERY, II ,

    ,_ 2' \ SEIZED os THE GOVERNMENT Wharf;' Two MONTHS AFTER DATE I will pres- BUSHELS CORN TAMPA, FLA. t ...
    Ilrooke Fla, the 31st day of March my accounts and vouchers to the HOU.J 200
    There are doubtless a..great many poo- 1H0, for viohition of an Act of Ct.rngfl1> ; P. G. Wall. .
    I Judtje of HillHborough ... B.-raid. I :
    the provixl July 28th, 18CC i 20UIA FLOUR 1re.h ;
    I- pie who have not had time to read Court for an Annnul Settlement upon County\\ I.HHD BACON ., .

    ttorybf Enoch'Arden, buf yjw'liave sapftn ONE FIVE GALLON DEMIJOHN OF GIN, J tfia. of.Miltou W..Johnson. deceased. 1 T'CE RICE,' I I

    : < beard end ,read of that remark" able i I TWO FIVE GALLON DE IIJOllX'S HUM,.! Wm. 13. lIEN PERSON, CHEESE, CAKES Ac. Ac.. \ 7 .', .t'. .. C

    -- nan, that it naa been thought advisable i'., Any peon Ot penIOD8"daiminR the .boJ."u !, Tampa.April l&th 1870. Administrator.*w .. KEROSENE OIL. !.'1i.1"...,'<'I,'','"',,,,':'. ... .
    form named art idni 4** ,betel'; J., tircdapj'Mr CREAM CRACKERS Will be kept conitantly F'
    -- to condense' stol'iJnto,4 suited and file, with tlt undeixii'i 1 '<{. his: or tl.VlniiiH .> 'SODA and LEMON CRACKERS D08101'; ; >

    .1 to1 easy reading.! Jf, after, tlie jerusa1 off to such urticli-Mwitluu tucnty il.iys f.o :v; Notice. A'fine lot of Lorill rd'" Superior Chewing on hand '! _ ___" _
    ; r r this \"el'1'lOD'any should feel ruclitml to date. TOBACCO. '
    I
    go more deeply into,the poem, or uhattv- 1. 1 $-'c. u.li\K\ tt,!DP-tr; <:ol I, FOUR WEEKS APfSlt DATE I will file my For Icaleby C. L. FlUE ELE. and lor sale at theFLORIDA DR. eHALLENBERCEWSFeyer : '
    .' L. ... -'ADd Irtoyetlot of Customs, to th} Honorable County Judge: of I --
    \ I IANT.IDOTE
    advised how and :
    to
    i- ft' you call i ir, they are : Port of Tampii. Hemando County for nn ftbHignuicut of mj : JAgnl

    .' pursue} their Mudics in:the last >ep c :., Tampa, April 20th. 1870. 3w ,,; doir in. the, -st&to.uf' &\$ Bowdcn, dl'Cetj j BAKERY .
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    rial' *' Ray and Enoch Arden I NOWOPENptL .
    p MARY E. BLTRNSIPKBrooksville :- JOHN F, FLETCHER. Always M.v. the OU1U !

    ; -i Both were "spoon" on Annie Lee ; .. Dissolution.ffPHE FU. April. 18th. 1878.! : 4w. I Turn l\t".. This Medidn ha been before the PaUfa I
    May
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    i M (jm did not fulfill her IWtiOD .- I pa ,
    r.UlTN'E&Hli'lcretofowA'between ; uilltill i fifteen year. and It till Lead'of all oth

    She preferred mate with E :;.. the underhigned, in the mUM\-_ Notice.i e. ;'I ; ANff'iINTERGoods: BLACKSMITHING known remedied; It'ds'nopirge, doc '

    tile butanes* at .\Florida.'under the firm not ICkethiStO1I, li"perfocfly sal* la
    TTirn she wedded, and hhe bore Lii> WEEKS ,
    AFTER
    DATE. I will apply
    uameof S. J. LICHTSEY: & CO.. ban, lot<('11diHHOJ't,1 SIX to.. doae and under all cIrcumstances aad
    Pretty little children three ; Either i in.uthorizol Hon. Judir' of HillNhurougti County any "
    mutual consent
    .' I by part Court fur letters fa the only;)(.dlcin< that wffl "- ".
    .4 But short ot unta. Ailuiiiiintniti'i ou the es -ANDV -
    .>becomiu3 rhi no, to *
    T f 1 Enoch'wtnt'awn'y : ".. STEPHENJ.O.IOHT8EY.CORNEILUS; ; tate of John Lue.me, Mo of said county" "doceased. ,- \ t CURE IMMEDIATELY ..
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    .' .*.... Of a wen. tocked Tillage shop ; ._:Tnmi: a. April IHth. 1870.: fiw.; TIlE DF.R.ib" alarim.. -
    .: M now |'r"- Sold br .all rtuarUta..'
    treacle
    Selling butter and ,
    soap otie,1 ZmIlE till all
    I'; Notice.All pared to order -
    ; y, .. Dee.wtiipcord.: lollipop. AT for every do f I. '
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    J Ten long ahe waited for him 'I criplion (If' [Blaek
    yean PUBLIC ARE INFORMED THAT demands /
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    1. jn-nkius having' against the Estate 1I'lIIthin' anti Wheel DOT1Y'SIV4ISI1ING 5
    -- l .. But ha utather- came nor wrote ; 1. I have purchfiHfd the entire stock of eixt- of Malcolm C. IVterbou late of Her- JOHN JACKSOXS.HAVINO wrijChtlI'g; in a style .- .

    i: : .,Therefore: the ooncjudod Enoch lie belonging t., J.UUrALDER L\ IVr- nand County, deceased lire hereby notifiedto not to be smir1.asensh\ -
    Could be afloat ttos using any of these cattle without the'per- P1e1AtthCm duly authenticated to the undcnigueil -' arBugy :
    no longer Making> ielairn.ir.
    ; mJHsion of my iigeuU. previously had will bepronecutotL witliin the Unto prescribed by law, OPENED MY GOODS: Rl i- ic., will be \ MACIIINE :
    it, -when sud abked her or thin notice will \ incite friend and' the ([
    80, Phillip,came IKplead; in bur of their recovery. my public done or.al'le horses hod
    term
    on rea: at
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    If she wvuld be Mrs., liny, i SAMUEL MITCHELL All pci-Mius indebted to aid Entitle to call ti'i'J exninine before j porch li,pin grIIere. "I.' mc.llll..t'6 notice. Am tlmukful mri.nJ..
    Tan>i ii, XIcl .!,l. Imo.\ are Jew red to come forward und make imme My gte oj lea \ inlt tceu bought for. .
    i. : Fur their lucy -
    L h&be1 i .hu.wu 'iu'd a--- ,' n J diate be j'at eattomeageiitd hope ill
    puyuicut, to CA>II. thi-v: An "M 'I! l low KS any can
    .:'. 0 ._ Could. not, say her'kuitor. iuiy ;" JOSEPH:; B. WALL. buugLt in this niaiket. M} stock of give IUtl a cull. t
    FAIR NOJICE !r rI. Rrroksulle March 11. KRAUSE.TampA. ; 1;. .
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    .; \odOall4ioond time was married. Mwrch 14ih 03; i7-ly.
    'J iREBY FftREWAinr alIf-p TJms fni - .
    I Gave selling bread aud cheese J < DRY GOODS
    op ; interfering with HIT of the cattle belonging .- Notice EIBMAN'EISBROI: ),
    And in dae time
    Phillip nursed a to the following brnmUt I The JA htoek ; the H
    .- Little Ray upon his knee IIerUflenr-d htock ; the Cart-whocl T Sand

    r .., utah I the long lot.1 Enoch I'We T ctocka. Anrlltnotl: interfrrincorMllin All tHrnons; baring clmmn or 11l'IJUUIIIIII'W\ 1 U the largest ever Lronjit to Tampa, conkiU
    "(.' any-- atUem these stock*,* 'without the Estate of H crj' Hope, late of Hornaa- ing in imilofSILKS -"
    : : 'Ii', ,. Turned up,uncxpocted-ly ; my authority, will be" dealt with according. to do coTintyj dtfoew.e l are' hereby notified to HUNTS.: LAWS ClXC.llAlIS. IJI HARNESS\ ) S S MAKER!

    .t \ad.wa. ratttly diBconcurtod law.* ;> l'f ; -* AWm. pTencnt them 11uJY"l\utL'uti"j 'uithin the lames FUnuel-i, Shirt livtom*. Cloak*, bhirtiuSShawU ;; '' ,I ."-

    .'I il. By this act of biga-my. IL A1)DISON.Manatee. time prescribed by law or this notice will be :; JJalinonils Slocking. Ssite i.. Tie i S ,. Dw Ill. C -. %_
    ", .-\pri112t.h.MO.' 2m.' plxttd iq her. (If their recovery ; and all personsidebUnl Hoops, Glove*. Hi...,ln, Nuliiax, Collars; .
    ) SAI)1)LE) J) R.urHOL."n
    -( : Yet, .reflecting on tho kubjoct, to said estate are requested to rnaki Sheetinp/ I'anta Cloth Blankets\ ( Mouniin. .. .

    ;- : .. t.,' ,llo determined to atone NOTICE. immediate j">u)'rneut to Goods, Ribbona. and everything it thus liue.g "

    .,For his lengthened absence from her I ,, Wuu M. GARRISON Adiu'r. Ladles Dress Clouds ER J.c: .
    ( .(: .' zIVAnificNih. .t ,.rBrookHvilk Feb. 22d, WO. 8w .
    lilIlic, -I
    __.. By letting well enough alone.; Di ; g of every detcription.:
    h ,
    called bnsinefls Thin he t
    that _
    \ I"5 btiug ou to attend to all buwineHH in this line with ILLXLY "
    .. "Taking' to his bed. he dwindled will return to Tampa in June next Those Notice. Gentleman's Ready-Made Clothing, Will '\ <
    such his and those to
    t .. present at return, owing .
    : : Sottled with bia I
    good landlady, '
    !
    him will settle the time. -
    at
    please auno
    4 '. ,Next the debt of-nature paid.Then. ., Tampa, April 6th 1870. 2m.Vnluafcle .. OIX MONTHS from date, I will present my niversal Clothes CKpringor, ,
    ; .- .. O accounU and vouchers to {the Honorable YANKEE NOTONS, \ '-I. 'I
    v --j- NEW FURNITURE STORE .
    b .
    .when both the Bays diaoovertxl -Pl.cc Containing Or Judgri: nf the County Court Hermuido County LADIES GENTS & CHILDREN'S HATS ... ,

    : How poor Enoch' life had ended Florida, for final settlement and discharge Improved with Eowtll's Potent Double Cog- ;a

    .. I They came out in hand ome'style and niiKcGrovc, For !' from ihe estate of Green B. Moore, deceased All kinds of Furniture .t- vrLiclfc: aid the Patcut Stop are now unquestionably ;I-- .

    ii ,:. Gave his corpse a fun'ral splendid A Valuable place tdtnateU on the Gulf Coa.t ; WILLIAM W. WALL. fur iupenur to any aptxxmtus" for wash I
    just above Egmont( Key, ill offered for Kale inglt,the* e\tr invented. and will sate their -
    r 4 Th181aa11IknowabQug ; upon reasonable terms. Upon this place there Administrator.Brookrrille CABINET SHOP ",",n.\ ifC"\tlr, 1.: *>a\u.g. labor and clothekli .
    ; De 29th 18f.). Cm. m J!'
    1- e:. .-, If.if:*pot eUEcient write is135actofland.25 firijt rate ,hummock. -- p) J _:- \ 1100 Orange 'fn (planted out omo:,Uaring.oOOOOraugoTreonimiurscry. Water Street, Xorlh of the Tampa Xaic; J:" p
    0 Byneitzu&1toAIfredTenny- .Grapes. UnarmCoeoa CEOOKEIBY-WASIE<< If the niercLuiU in jour pUce will not fur- I ,
    I Son, P.,L. the Lle of Wight. Nuts 1 !c. Notice.X \\Foik nl all Description donem nill"-, or Heud lor the Mitchinca, send us the retail :- .

    r '," For further information apply at th is f fErefrgol .. WILLOW-WAKE, GLABSWAltE M !in the above .Lir.e. with neatneMabd price, Washer $15, Extra Wringer $10, .
    -k .t; MONTItfC from date,, I will prmnt my diraik. lllittfaelion gunrnuteed.FrB.MTl'RE and we will forward either or both machine' ?1
    7 b- ALL souTh t1 L accuunt nnd vouchers to the Jnd e of the TX-WARE; CUTLERY STOVES free of freight U placen where no} one is Hell.

    i What for did Adam and Eve war. ? Bear ( licC5. County Court of Heruando c..nntrIor tL CLEANED AND REPAIREDItUADV ing ; and HO sure are we thej will be liked. that l.
    bare skin. -- --. for Final :Srttlt-ment and discharge from the Bridles McLellan Saddles, wo agree to refund the money if any one _iab-
    c ( ) -'- ,
    .c' Irciiit. estate of Francis Nicks Lite.f said xTlADE COFri3IS tie to return the machines free of freight after
    I What toe would yon, rather ki&t ttutn thePope's :SIxlh-Jndkail ( KWc of, l1odar1. dtcttuud (county Ritlo. Shot Guns and PUtola, \IW''f on hand \ month's tiialy ux-onling to direotioim.No .

    : .: ; ?. Mrs. lietchar S-towe. OP.DEHiUJ...'rLLitls&&: Fur.If'\pt, 1 t-La1L, W. R. XICKS.Jm'r.. All\ kin, s of Stntioinry and Scliool II cc) trl.re for work attended to. hnhlituid, father or brother sho'iM rxrmX
    promptly
    '-j low did Jonah exhibit his rir im ,li >!LA: iri t te'Cin of 'Fani.a BroolMille Initial writing l>aper, Inks Ac.PuliilAund .116 of washing with the Iiandn, fifty
    : feelings when he Die. 29, Uil( .>I.. Cm. : Country Produce: takeu: for Furnitui : drudgery
    was em-allowed by thewhablie we,/1 own iu l'l in Mini Cr; < nit, bt. Hiiil tho ,axieis Len.b. -- -- -- -- -.-, Perfumery, two day m theeu', wheii it can be done bet
    -- the mouth and went to blubber. tieiLi1ita1: : :toii'of the () bslpeIH'rtt'Ii.ii j : J.D.l1AYUOOD T, moro vxpeditiously, with lewi labor fOnd nm
    -F and that thi .order t Lie recorded < the Smoking & Chewing Tobacco
    An Illinois grevt-dig who 'bnricda Circuit n Notice. .- injury to the |{tuui ntM, by a Dcty ClothcMv' -
    man Ch ncorvOrucrP n..k. ftrd iluil tht Ckrt! notify '
    ,. and UmvcrnaJ WruiRor.
    ,
    bill Cigars &c >> a '
    named Button sent to his uidjw follows ,
    a
    [ as the Editor of tie I'EMNSUAU of this rder. Slipping '
    HuM by tl 'tUers generally l to uhora hb :rali
    ,
    : "To making one Button-hole, $2 50 )one at Chaiiibcra. iu th.> City: .of TIUI1J'l\ SIX,MONTHS }FROM DATE I will "I'l'J FINEMKUSCHAUM! PIl'ES, .iisconnt.i Are made.
    Why is a oman> beavty like a ten dollu this 2'Jth November 1WWJAMES ; l the Hoiiorabl-i Judge: of the County -'- -_
    .
    4. greenback? Because .when _oac change it T. M \Gm: JFTATK : ... Court: ('f HillhlM>rough C niuty, Florida for a Fine OLD RYE. "'JISKI- YJ ALE Reffiilur Gulf I'nckcts. It. C. UROWEG.teneri: 1tgti.t.
    -4' soon goes.- Finnl Settlement of the, Estate of Jonb (li-if-
    CHAMPAGNE CIDER BITTERS Ac.MED1C1NLS OFFICE OF"Alliance" New York:
    ---- 14-tf. :32! Corthmdt Street
    -1 'Wlatiitbebetword command to give OF FI-OHIDA }t fin, dot'l'aM'd.

    a lady who is crossing a muddy road? brass County of HilUboronch, J f JOHN JACKSON.Adminintrator.. ) l i line
    1 up in front, clone (clotheej up behind. I 3L-P. LYONS, Clerk of this Circuit Court SNUFF ,
    Why tihould a straw hat never le raised to a in and for the County and State ofcroaid Tampa, Dec 8th. 181 'J. :32-fim.!: ; AMMUNITION &c. The Victor Cane Mill. .

    -- : lady? ,Because, no matter how much 'youshake do hereby= certify that the foregoing is a correct In (a..t every I King cnn be found that is need- u. s MAuL -.
    copy ff the original order now on rtxord: de illt ih-SM-ition.! ;
    it, or much she appreciates, is never ;
    felt., .' ,... in my office. Notice. A Fresh supply ofGBOCRRIES
    Witness, my band: and bcfU of
    It 100 are going to visit at a house here a [L. 5.] office, Nov. 30th. l&Clt.
    c',' does flop; LTkept take pistol along for com- M. 1' LYONs srx MONTHS FROM DATE. I ,- ill "npply" .

    i -... panyj, Then 'rhen h, snapti at you, you can Clerk Ct Ct. llilkborough Co. FU.iTT ) the Ilnoable 1 J ude, o.' lrol-at", of 11 irudit \ ALWAYJ 0f UAXD.
    .", tnpe.thim. ,_-... ,, ('oliuty for n Final Settlement :md dis- \
    r A woman arrested inTmy, "ntnukout fnm -6 EcTdWlATI rlIfrom the Eht*u t ot W, D. Oueil, hUe ot I fill jxiy! the- Jiiff1ici.t Cash },rnti> for ,
    the shouldtr" knocking dtvmi the officer. Her c u said County, il.C48144M1.IIA1C1tIET.
    I' COTTON JiffiES H"iir Tallow d'C. \
    -1 sentence, was'doubled, and wi WWi he .:douLl..J: E. LOCKHAUT ..' --- '.- ....., !J -,- -
    up. ,A,lw.II ttnt.i J.11t'c. -R-S..P05T- A.M.: HOBBBY. : :--wo'-w--: I II
    8th. lW..i.';: :J-tm.: : I I Iit
    PretadVnt HERNANDO COl'NTY.BY ( N wQ( ) Irn
    -7. Grant is anxious U> IlK vr an c wly I t I Ii
    of in order tliKt lie .. .. ,
    adjoouuu-At Congress, IlmJ I p'-
    f K(>eUil ,* ext ,June "t'u the _Ltlu'h'ltt 1" n,; -"- Notice.I POST & HOBBY TO
    1 rw h." .. I VIRTUE OF AUTHORITY vested in inn VortVorts New Yorkaxia.
    A fc .. by law 1 lui\e this day li-vied xipon au.Iwil.o I -
    )ver role thus hiss wet'thurtD.W- '
    p_ table'darling. you are so dulcet that himej : f the .t' tu1' DOOM'door [ MONTHS: AFTER: DATE 1i11 j>ru- II I t..n'l\ \\ '
    r would blush in your presence, and tml i stand in Itrookmille. on the 1st Monday in July SIX'nt mv account and oucherhto the Honorable Commission Merchants h"" taken tllc.fi't pMmii.ni nt :27: !Slat Falni: I'
    appalled.' A. D. 1870. during the legal hours of sale, the Judge of the County Court of Hernando -' NKW ORLEXN": L*., Ot-TOBSU lr, 18C8. her $(I"t ore in UtC. Ma<]o iecially| f"'r; i' .
    -- following described property or MI much thereof CUllnty.Iorid" for Find Settltarueut weekly\ line of SUainnliips having l IlOCen es- crurhingSugni :S
    A cannibal said to a 1DilUi ouary.T.tp mea New Orleans i.n. A -
    IM willb3' suienttoti'j the Ftntk and, on the- hstato of James A. Alexander tabli!lied, we shall dispatch from lhi City -- : ,
    one who IO><<'M his Mlo\nnon. flow did be
    County Ttses doe by tbf Arties tbivSJUii.
    I -, hal love!them Ul best,'stewed, fri d roasted or on. the .'; for"lhe )'f>1\l'\. D.'18A i; jin.l pniug back tales: deceased.COLUMBUS R. ALEXANDER. --0tin COLA EVERY, ArALAcnicoLA.SATURDAY ST.a Steamship MARKS, CEDAR f..r l'ise.Kan.,- COOK'S' SUGAR KHPOMTORIM.VU \ \ \ \ I Ii.
    :
    -
    :_ fur the year A. D. 1W;9. thatmuv be untmid.. to- Administrator War Wcrr. and HAVANA .
    TAMPA, taking/ Ireight.lso ;
    If yon call to see a poor uuily do not jive: 1Iit : Dec. 15th It4C* 32-Cm:! ia TO for New YOBK cia Ctu\ Kai Urn Flori I' f fr.

    &. them'a prayer ulfnau-hunr k.ur. but Miid Cooley WiflMziiuEsf-Thc S E i offi E 4. S .. ____ ___ .u : n'r.RSoc.t: HK>DtuB.o.i, JOHN: JACESOJC: il" Railroad and a line of :Mennislnns connecting 111 r. t
    them barrel of tour: It' illgofa.ilicranldotLi'm 18. )t13.T2l." In chancery W. U. KEMM.' Ut::> T P oeci-!. Fernnndicannd New York. Freijrl IM S ,

    mow good. -- Dent John r\ ErtHanelL IN- THE Ciiicrrr (%'l'nT. Sixxa Jrpu-Lu. l WenT Juut.II.th'Ia'6'I. ly ken 'froi-i S It" YORK for nil FLOHIIIA POKTH. an-' ,
    II )?L p&iKori'w&a U it tod with tiling too' long a Barrico. EA-SE i of h W"'.". ft 2f., or FLOHIU. IN AND ron Hiu>m'iii>V.H for iiH\ I t"'I' uhi 1 !InnJingso'i the CUATTAUOOOIM .
    tie 6v+r his--whiUs ticwrLile dru.ing. "U M I R 21.. 124., Ci, -vv. r. A. rt.n.Ilt'O'l.00.. ). UlU. g. ...I... :oiI t 1.:01: &-nl! I"LINT IitRs.Tli ? t
    lay duty" hebOiveicd, .loatlfud. most cirr- 1V d. Jcnmiuh, "if -S E 4 of N 1H 20, Johu W. Wuurs! ) -- -- i ., hie will beroHinnrd, titotuchout th.yvr -
    idly to fold.? tt 20 T 21. ,. t }[ Pill for Divorce. I ,. 1
    my h : nll.l tie iow-'L rlllt',; e: fn : lit Iii hi
    110 A young ladyV letter to a fri..nd cl-*<' ., must-stop, for here comes a ioth. ,,h.<> }MU'U I IaM.yJiinn l : liA.ui';' l>"'u tilt\ ii in my office- in the "o.t 1 'l JI'r..l..Ult in Floml.i t<> :iv I
    -S--\ his hair ia tke miJdla! ; uud .wears. Dlo\VIwhc Sa\ou.. U. W. S..1J elf N W 4 S 21, R 19, ,,'"- tntltltd! cause ivml it ln-inn nuuh' toappinr. I Ii 'cM-elven, of all the b<"i', fiu of lrc<|iient al'li l lregular
    4- .. Tia. .. r t -, v r by afliiLivit. that the deftiiiluut retudit.l GROCERS joinraunieution xiii. S. Orl"UII" p.
    ; thatpricksdrea4InL. ,Weeks;: Jarncrt:}: 4fNAV b S 26 f It 21.1T2L' ...yiii-l the limit of the bixth Judicial Circuit WHOESALE "ut:
    York illl tlIt.ir to inntk.fland
    "Mother said a little fi re-year old "t illwr of" New shii.pi'i&r crops
    Flonila. to-wit : Columbia. County
    _ ; Mary swArd." .'Why. what did blws Myr- WiL L. FRIERSON. in Ii.t Mute. ItUMieMvv ordfred that thedtfcud.uit w. in obtaining 5111'plifd. The ntteutionllioe I' !.
    ilia .
    i awarded
    "1 heard her say tJwuulJD't 11 var thob drac4MockingHchurcb. Tax Collector lletllulldo I'o who lire orienng (:isiele! from'ii I1Sa tint 'prcniium d 67Fsirs.
    ." do appear "nII'I.>w1. aunwtr or demur YORKi\ callt'.t t" the fat't that tleellil, fhl, :--'I.t. Our 17.U. iu u*.. (JiT." (>*ru
    ., Tiunpii, ApriLSOth? ) lS"a/ toll1.:. t.1 the V'inj.Liiuunt'i! stud bill on or I. lure DEALERS IMIDcstrrnproUnrr front New Yi John Onion is Uie tire name of name the first MOflbiy 2 l in the ecy
    suggv ( day May next or ... .
    MUCH\ LOWLU RATE-s and IS tlUICKI:1 L I' l'IOCt. t
    .
    of an editor. When be jn-el,* nimxelf a id gets Sale. siiuie will be taken nst.> f"l'Jlrmic
    Administrators's ) dnvebeen both tdt
    I i TIME thor. other route. Both fully tested ou
    I ., dowu heartily to his work, he mud bring wa- W, ThAt publication of this order !10<' I by any : I.
    Lbs be ti
    ifiroucK aLrsotheSuUtb ana e&1I.
    taken to New Voik ann on r %
    Cotton 1 ; :
    -, tcjrta the eyes of his readers. r niiule in I't'mffidI11 n..I.I\I..r j iiulih' ..h.tl in .
    -- Bills I-ii'lii's icned at Loni: R\TM. Mill .,f Mexico[ JlonJulti and > uth A tunicaDecnitite .
    1. Ahuoht erery iJtern&tt'l"'pt'r we take up rlnims COMPLIANCE. with an order of tb. H.morable this Circuit, oucu a week, uin-e uiouthii CHUM e- :31 1'cl<'r1l Jlrot ifnrrlif! Mne! Lrrte SL. I EAL ADVANCES uiid on CM ton consignedIOUH catalogue! Cent fie* AdJrea. '

    -=- for itat,If, the "Iagr.t circulation iu the United IN (...lOn1url.. iu and f>r the County uti\ -ly. M. 1 1td".ii iH'ititrind Fvylrns. i-i N..w York niid New Orleans.Under : ttL.\ MEIL I: MJUTU.N\ .t CO., eiuduut ti. O. ,
    States. Then1 must be a lie lying around of 1Ii11..1.'rul1gh'"n,1 :Stat4u1'lori'bL, we will P. LYONS. XIW: OIILEANjrnt I ItT Jack touville Kla. .
    : their:
    loose eomewhurc.Rmuuris\ Clerk! Circuit Court HilM>.>ru' C'o. Fix \ the cotitrict recently: maile withL r atil al : MUV .
    on tli; > \MouiLiy, 4th day of Julynl'1t. sell to Jitiiieir),'. 20tl IHTO) am.Iu .\ for John F. To'lc''! Paragon rosU>!Vicer>*p..r"i *-it, the FlorHa RailroaCompu'iy -* .
    ; church ells to the highest t.ittI"iin front of the Court Honwd : _, li i"til fn -
    ., donating: cheap Palm..tlul1.ur.Jllmullh.ISIl. wit! .;4- ::4. < WeUarn ('IO t'I".at'lnaL'L1Il"'f'I' Utev' "*r* ,Mir iu th<* City tI(.Tam s the follovnu land Chancery.Is !! IV r.ew Orledus oe "*, h tnrd,,,,,. from! Hivm ET EVERYBODY ;,
    "tiulmcnbe of the ct-tate of Matthew ChihM, deciaw-d towit. TJIK Cincvrr C"n.T. tin JrwciAi. CnirriT 'I .. ainfKev Weiiwday. 1
    rung, the diiiur tiuunuabulaco : every Tu *'! Weet v\vn S.ndTWExTy.yIVrCZNTors: CrtiBcai ,
    thfc Kcw York Ledjrr." .. '. or Fi-ouipt. IN AMI ron Ms TEE COCNTT.hidden. ': rrt .tm; t.. Miit Ke"t' t anJ New Oilr *m ckard Co'a Ur.a4 Datn- .

    ., ( There is only one womaflin Ln'tTrfl.'ei iforuia The Ei ofSVT'j, S 11.tlll the' E i of the EliU\h.-tb 11. \\ ) I M i I OlmEf&& CO. ';n. IiHVitbciHi ini-lrnctr: i"I..I 10\1.; t.. Havnna I J 0 button<>I4 and eocuistiof$,I...., Wad.hen.of Piaacx.MclodconAt. Jewlrr, to.. '. ,
    N W t. S W.: .T 27 b ()f R :2!'n ::fauutg tt Bill for Divorce. b} IIM tiultL and the Amencuii cun ul A: I r .lu.d M yTS.ooo. Ir) anteletobeti..
    .
    and h.r hn ; : ) Ij.:! 3 .1 (iei.ro \\\liiddtn, 1 HuVfta: '" I'ostotiue ,,irut, will dispatch return ro..otofOl1tbe popular 11.00 plan aod
    ftI IUlUY: tU.1m; in Ivont<.1 1.is Luuut. : And tlT. wfof the S I: i. and the N E 4 of BILL hating been filM\ in my vflice- in the I Ii mails loudl"rt. forwarding ill inrlmatter I not to b* paid fOr unul you know what -, '
    : .. (pate thdr tvtrtli.Buttler's tb, S W i u1Si23. and the X K 4 of Uw N W } A above t'ntill..ll'uIlSt'. and it WIUK uiiiti to FOUEHJN: ; AND DOMESTIC be in its transmiMivn I I you arc to recelr Ortiflc4Uekndeir-
    .siu: expedited eul.11'on o(25ceuu: : fi*.
    photograph was recently Bent to I S 2rs T tI7, n 20 E, ctmtninius 1CO-4S-101)' ) ]I Ifl" appear by affidavit, that the dtfindnut rcnidu by tbi- route. [for ft oo. receipt or : p
    the rogues! gallery by IUlK ke. A number of beyond the limits of the Sixth Judicial Circuit 'I I PACKARDaCO.
    t So 1'lh Frj.h l lI
    penons immediately declared that they recognized -And the N W 4 of the S W 1. and the Hr. \ 1 (F1orid.\, to-wit : In SumU County in said i i DRY GOODS LeaceTiempagoing. every M West Fourth Street s
    : .. ___N in.him an old offender. of the S W I, S 23, T 27 It 20 E, containing Stole. It irt hereby ordered that the defendantdo > i"?eTHtnpn eoinu North evetj Frtdn cSncI1ta.0hhaZ
    The E&gliRb blonds certainly save one chaat : 80-25-100 acres., I appear and plea answer or demur tll the Every accommodation and facility will bemffer.1e1
    8 exhibition in Chicago and that wax ..hcu they And the N W 4 of the S El. S 2$, T 27 It 20 (mpminivnt's said bill on or before the first 113 JUIOUGIITOX STtS ; Hiippere: '''' and Contigrtees by the i
    were chased out of town by an:officer armed E. l'OllwniugI:1IOO: ( acres.And .' Monday, fith day in June ill'Se'r the seine will Agent of the line at all pcint .

    .. :.. with a warrant.Garibaldi 'I the.S E'4 of the N E .. S22; T 27.: R 30 be taken tut coufrnMxL Your obedient tenant, ...: :
    }'rvri That of this order btnUdt > M. 1W Cash ; ,
    w containing 40- .12-100 acres. >lnl. publication Ledertr. 1 ftuvaiiiinbdI. t' l'Er.KI.t CO.
    novel the "blood .
    writing a of > in "lnt' official newspaper publihhol in M. Frank Ilustave Agents, .-.' .
    and thunder"order, and kills] sombody on every These hiidi1. all"satiate inlhe'jaunty Hills-.- thin Circuit once \utkthree months conwcUtivelv. -; ( Eckstein.: )f ap ly. 2C Corondeln Street New Orlean i \ I
    other of it Thismutbe very good reading borough and State of Florid. .
    page I. K. ROBERTS t. 1
    ..... for a nervous family. ;!,r Terms: made'known on day of sale i JOHN F. BABTHOLF 'I "WATER'MTTLT"FOR Agent .." I I

    ). A Boston paper mentions an individual. DAND2LLYXN. Clerk! Ct Ct, Manatee Co. l74CbavnIers, Street&, New Yoik. PAID FOIl ---- l-t
    CR.UX.Administrators Feb. 23d 3mSheriff's W. G. FERRIS:
    inprayer
    "' there who "clasp biB bands so fervently ;
    & .
    SALE
    LEASE OR RENT
    )., that h '. them when the Agent '.
    .. can get open Mathew_ChC&illll' dt'<<&I f fCastorBeans,1
    *. Tampa f\r
    contribution box is round. Notice.
    -r- passed I Tampa April 27/1870. '* Uls.rx ( T/XOWN ASCRAWFORD'S; MILL.

    : Professor Blot is going to'instruct the rooks at, ._ SHERIFF'S OFFICE JV HillKborongh County Cork Port Office.Erectvd .- I Bread '
    Large
    a for a Saw, GIIIR, and Grist Mill. The
    the White House in their a't. Too UWlY cook January 4th 1H70
    :- hive been spoiling the broth down there for Adriii stratoJ'S NofieQix ;: CITIZENS of Uillsborongh County latter, now in o rati)11. With or without 80jior unbferiber .
    THE : -H of Ijtxud. pettfully Informs tn-
    the past eight years. hereby notified that Mr. ,J. D. 1IAY- Reference THE \ hat he ha iuiuuiei.crd waufaotur .
    Dr. F. BranrhW.
    to C.Brown.. .
    .
    'i week fiirdj .- :TTwjl the \
    in fired into : v "apply to Sheriff of this '
    A ngrcdon Alabama a gun i a GOOD "nppomtL Deputy r
    J an.l Rev
    D L. J-jd
    Tla.
    BnmnLm
    Tainpa, : :
    - a ijrmie and for so doing was tu tested ar-1 1- ;.) Juik.'f '' i ,- t\.c"'I\ut of U.lhl"llough County und will from this ilite ixrrcise the I ,
    Ur. N. W. Fla.C. .
    C. : : : ': .. '. ..Lt.-rlt t'f a'Jnjtitrati.n :.seat. Cork Ij Large: Bread or '" |,(-.'iorqiuili' "
    ken Wm
    off by the KIu KluLI.!. S.:; soldiers UVPb functions (.f thnt otScc in place of CapL j ) IY
    ., tlkM>Ut of T/jvi"f'. ",,,WLiti ia1.,I J UtJ of Q. cn.\WFOlD. l"rt.h : .. ,..J
    : Jt. : cusentUi inreMtgtto th, sffiir. Tilsis ,o r : II: bwcat rfsigned.1. : ;"ilv. Regular cu omres will. bo, 111erallydealt .- __ >* .1.1t
    .. rleedy' right Why hLouM uot tnir n'w.mi.b. said county, decuu.cd. HENRY ALBURY ; For ftlparthir4 tcruii. Ac.. tly! ..t this with.: .

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