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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 25, 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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f :!' 5.-NO.) 3. \ TAMPA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, MAY 251870.1 $2.00 A YEAR. ; ; I I


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; ( From the Florida Union. Sever Plough Soil when It is "Wet. Il at reduced to.a Candid Young Lady. Doineatlck Reseet :
: .laribaI itnin.Jnlar> S anaana b Serbs,
Orange and Pecan Trees.
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Q \ The .rtll/l'estem! / Farmer, in a timely
\ W. Ed wards,fcof Slicauopy, Co. Judge article under this caption '''thus [Cellar Treys Fla. Correspondence N. Y. Sun.] Saved up by Aunt Jerurhy in a little ;' .

I- ''iir6ettarenlitloiln City and Country. J. W. ANDERSON'S' SOXS 'EO. of Alachua, stated before the Agricultural talks sensibly We were to-day sitting on the wharf, trundle bed piller case. Most of urn '
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Ir ', -_ Association at its late meeting here, here, wondering if the steamship Florida, said tew bo very handy tew have in the '
ADVERTISING RATESor that some twelve years ago he commenced "We have often urged the attention of of Marshall 0. Roberts' irregular line for house. f <

:,. R ntton cf41tt.Ol'g \ the growing of tho orange, selecting the farmers to this subject as one of great invalids, would ever arrive from New Or FUR CORXS. A

different varieties of Reed, budding on the importance. Any traveller among our leans and take us to Tampa 11a). Mrs. : :

t yTHE FLORIDA; PEIUNSULAB: same orange and grafting. He has nowa farming districts can see large tracts of! Anderson, a vivacious and interesting Try Pilgrim BunjunV. Prqm s.

: A1DGENERAL \ splendid grove of orange trees! and many land that have been ploughed when wet : widow from Louisville Ky.f was If that fails tew give relief, soku two Cf-irrj ....
TAMPA FLORIDA. young ,
c' hundreds of trees, from one to three and unfit to be worked, by observing : one of our party. She had come to Cedar five days in strong vinegar, then *tji: f$ > ',. ,

I t.I :'ISqnire.Joccapying the space of 12 Bre- COMMISSION years old He fully confirms the fact large heavy clods of t'artb"bich, in the Keys with Mr. Yulee'a family. Mr. um out, pare" off one end of the koro, t, ,.i;. '"

1 'tier lines, or leas, one insertion..1.&Os that the seed planted reproduces the exact hot season! become like a heated brick, Sexton made a remark, while conversing er end will dew) and bind them oa \\ith a '. i r t :,

For every anbseqnent insertion........75 fruit from which it was taken, but burning, all the roots of grain or other with )Anderson that aroused Mrs. red flannel rag : ; -,
Merchants ,
One equare 6 month.- that often\ the fruit is different on the products near to it. Besides this evil, A., or in other words: drew her out. Grin and bare it, or bare and grin'lt,, ; t

One column, one )"e&t'-$150 same tree in different and dissimilar! seasons no !seed can vegetate and grow well upon "When I was in Washington recently '' (either way will dew). You may bet .*' 1thl'y'll
flrayhn Street near flee 7Jay fetch either the tow the korn *
with thick > ,soil thus cultivated nor can that soil or .
Advertisement not marked the Dumber one year being coarse, give said Mrs I Anderson, "a lady friend of

f of insertion desired, will be published\ nn- SAVANNAH CEO.. large and acid, another year medium J'1 back as much nutrition as if ploughed mine was walking in the Capitol accompanied if the treatment is only purse-vered in.
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til orderedxmt and charged accordingly. (>d, thin skink\and sweet. This change is when iu right condition, and upon warm by Chief; Justice Chase; The .SOAR TlttOTE. -. 1! I

;? .&. %-'' .Advertisements due from'first insertion and Prompt attention given to all bu ioet en. probably owing\to wet and dry, cold or and sunny day, when light and warmthcan young lady was about 19 years of age. When the throte. furst begins tew soar, j ; '

collectable. accordingly.OFFICIAL I ted to our care, and liWral advances- "warm seasons.Mr.. Edwards does not penetrate the soil, and thus greatly: Butler met Chase; and after making a few make a postage consisting of I e eI
made upon Produce in kaod. Oc o--ly trim close but judiciously cultivates about benefit it. I I
LEGAL ADVEBTISEMENTS.The prefatory remarks, inquired, addressing 3 oz Kyann Pepper, i
the and but little attention after We confident that farmers lose i
--o- tree gives are Chase : 2 oz best English Mustard I
L. 1. CCILMABTIX.L : JOI1N YLAI: :RTI I
'? the tree gets in bearing. He has never from ten to forty per cent of their crop "Won't you introduce ine to your fair 1 oz Saleratus resolved in half a pint ..< ; ,!e I
been
designated -
""'.. Florida of Peninsular the official haTing journals of the Sixth -I;: J. CUIIMIRTIK) & CO( known of the 5nsect\in his ;\"icinity.lIis .- by inattention to this matter. By a lit. young friend of bilin hot water .& t
M one is that the tie at the time to *
will
care plough by
I experience tree commence proper t"I I 1 pinch of Salt, X I ,4
_. Judicial Circuit, the rates for legal advertise bearing in from five to seven years, examinp the soil and selecting good sunny upon he 1 Hop. r I

menta will be u follows : Co ft on Factors, rapidly increasing as the \gets older. days, t the soil will send its voice ina
; up young lady who slightly nodded her head. : Thicken with a little moro kyann pepper j j .
Notice of Application for Letters nfAdministration AND The soil should be sandy, with no clay halo: of tIl'lln'p clouds tbat'will Butler, evidently struck with her beau- : and mustard, and apply. There may : J

: 5 weeks, $500 near the surface, and he prefers settingout wreathe the ploughman, with its approvalof ty, endeavored to be very agreeable. be a slite mistake as regards next tew the : I

Notice,to Debtors and Creditors 8": 8 00 GENERALCommission '. the sweet tree, or planting s>+J from his good sense." "That is a beautiful flower, he remar-I. last named ingredient of thin truly \alua- |

_' .Notice for Dismissal, C months ..... 12 00 choice varieties. The coming Vea.on The figure with which our grave contemporary ked, addressing the young lady, who held ble and benevolent composition.: It is l] \T J,

.Notice of In? lfeney,. .*...,... 2000 people desiring to plant will do well to t closes its suggestion seems! a a lovely japonica in one hand ;j 'won't you possible the hop is *ew lit"put unite! awy tarter

All other Legal Kotica it:d AdvertLvnvntBwill Merchants. adviseith him and procure trees from little mixed. How 'the soil will send up present it to me t" the postageiupplit.c) tew the tl.roto i I

be charged according to the space they ocmpy him. Edwards also raises succcsX its voice in a halo of dewdrop clouds that .
Judge "It is a japonica and not a silver Yes! I think it will come in there rather: j I
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.and tin ,number of insertion( required, Say Street, Savannah, Geo. fully! .the Banana, and states that in his \will wreathe the ploughman with its! approval spoon,' replied the young lady. With more affcctta than otherwise. i :

i t the rate! of one dollar per square each inser locality many persons are growing the I of his! good sense,' is a question that she dropped tfce\: flower on the pavement Seldom; however; will yen nd"8Ty- 1 'f

Uon. Agents for Bralley's Super Phosphate of Pecan trees. This tree has to be which we would be pleased to refer to the
t only I I and put her little foot upon it. Subsequently thing more thorough and .arciii:> tew ibo!: I

.-0-- Lime.: and Iron Tie hand.I7 set out or planted ; no after culture is required poehjj! echo are permitted a license In she burst; out crying, and apol. I throte than this kind of [ ostage: will trove i t
Bigg'n;, nope always on "
SUBSCRIBERS and bears in seven years: from the language and a mystification in metaphor ogised to Chief Justice Chace for her tew L(. ? I IJIOCFIN

TERMS TO' : _ual Facilities extended to CHStoinen. seed planted ; i.s: a beautiful shade tree, which i ft is well for common prose writersto : conduct, and said "that she. felt such a KCF j I! I
.Per Jinn mfflD advance) T: : : t2.00 and lived. Peach also neithervattenipt to imitate:
long trees are or explain. dreadful for the that ; I
.' Six Months, : : 100 Get 14 6m grown with success, no currculio or borer But that ploughing when water is she could repugnance not do otherwise than man as she The hoop ,111.111; : never be used irt this .I* 1 1 )

attacks them and the bear for standing 'when the is wet kind of !in'tf;; : at all. I may say that more j ;
-- JOIEJ'n FIJfEO.r: 1 AL a PARAIIUXI. many or : ground very did.
nSiUt5S Q[arag c. v1NLO.. years; some over thirty years old are still : i is an injury to'the, crop that is to be grownin than se\ta-ai'ri cf ti.c 'jrulbi arUit; j'j I
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1 from the aboxo iUiui i : tilseae .
vigorous. We call attention totheboefor such soil, there i is no question.The : ti.sagrv-i&b.'r: |
FINEGAN CO. '
JOSEPH '
the reason that Mr. Edwards knows of best farmer yin the circle of our Spoiling His Own Trade. is caw ed by neg>cf t tj(this very,5mpurtant \

.LEGAL. his own practical experience" these things. acquaintance alway.vivatts till his land is No person gains anything by acting the precaution. ; j I Ii

,R A R N E T T, -- ((3 ) ft o> n JF Sl (3 Q> 1r 9 Information from such a reliable source quite dry before putting:' in the plough at part of "dog in the manger," or trying to i If the hoop i N Cite at funst, take i I. M i i i''

.'v.J. may be depended upon, and we hope it i all!, and his theory is to make the soil as ) do business: at the expense of others. 1 oz. flaxseed,

ASDQOlu'ir.j will lead our people to extend the cultiva- t fine as possible by frequent harrowings on :, There are a great many eople j in the 1 gill of Epicack. _'t --

ttorne_ at | a to,* tion of these crops. One acre" or live I the very day that it is. turned "up to the I I world, and all have as: good a right to get 1 handful Slipi'ery Elm Bark, !

acres devoted to the growth of the orange sun, and, if po.-sHiU', SOT or\plnnt before a living honestly as we ha\e. The following 1 stick Lickerish.! |
'I liROOKSTILLE.. FL.UTtLL \. ): .! nl1 f lr.rrI\rtuf\ peach and peran in ten years wouldgive i lit drop of rain Betties tle loo,duid erth.Ex. : l short siury has a good moral l : I Stew and take a tabnl spoonful every !(
half hour till tho loosens. Children
hoop : --
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handsome income.
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PRACTICE THE CTH Si 7TTIYY a Some
IN ...... \ years ago, a certain tradesman under twelve years of age half price. 1Ynu 1 .=
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attention .... i
Judicial Circuit, and give: prompt -
j flay Street, Savannah, Geo.T -- became' otlended at u brother: chip, and to
'i. to all business entrusted to him. PALMETTO L'En"Es.-We find in the \. may think fur a time that the .- |
IBERA1. ADVANCES md on Cotton ton Fertiliirfur I Cjlton.Mr. : spite luiii, put a sign over the door ,varn- t
Dec 29th 18C: U JLj signj>i>tg ) 1 the founda huns of society are all coming up."i y ; I II ji
the of'the "
Curtis Mail-1. that friend of >ng public: against man '
New York and Lixrrpool. bugginc, Rope and Cwmercial List, the following circular ., : a fiK i But persavere with the tabul spoon.- t
,B. WALL, I. aud Iron lift lurnuhed at lowest rate. oe:\lmT. \ from Alex. S. .Merae, of Liurpuol l. in T. L.: Jatne;. veer'I..Mpurchased I : a fruitat same t ratio around the corner. The result -I The hoop will most surely loosen. t I IM1SSELLAXEOU
JOSEPH reference to the of Aiken, &. (Iht.- -.a! ofhich is suiNtalle : was: that every one that wanted work -
I' .
exportation | j i "*
' 6.ski Pdlmlwt.I' for cotton; which staple he i.s: anx- done lu his way, was sure to look aronnd
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IET OLIVEK Leave
.B ERR
to :
j ioiiN to iMiltivj, hut as tin-re is dearth I thtv\corner to see who the other man couldbe Tear keep lets from stinyiny Hit children. _
i AT LAW Late Editor & Piopretor Tanaha] SontiD. LlVFUPOOL, Exu., ..\lril14, 1S70. j and in niue in Take
ATTORNEY IIf> holm' uiaiiinv ln HUM fl-c\\here. 8udl I cases ten left .their work a pare of small nippers, eich AS .. 1 i

COTTON FACTOR Some months:: ago allusion was tads would tike; the Club's notion 'as to what'he with iiim to do. watch-makers use, go out tew the hive, i.

BROOKSVILLE. FLA. COMMISSION MERCHANTS to this\ \ 111.sourn': of trans-Atlantic traf had Utter buy )lr. Puller\ answered lu the course of time, the trrdesman, and as the bees make their appearance, { -1

: ; :-- ., fic. It vas then in its infancy, and considerable "liuanu iif Lone-dust.; t" Trimble alluded who had thus punched his enemy, found seeze them and pull out their stings. )! .

'\triLL rp.Acncn IN THE s t.h and cthY -AND- reluctance was naturally !1luIift..sttJ to a discussion he INumd to lastIltnttier : that customers, like "angels' visits! '' were To Keep fees f rum bilin at nite. Ii

_. \ Judicial wall. Circuit buite, and entrusted will give promptAttention to his GENERAL PURCHASING and in speaking tOil hopefully of pros-t chin Mime (GcorgM; !! planters' were few and far between, and finally relented Annoint "ou thoroughly with New .- '. t

I .. : ;OORW..fRDl..YG AGl..YT. ._ peels, lest! in the run, soma disappointing pert as.iiinbied ,\ v.iriet\ opinions and offered, : his neighbor, on condition Orleans Merlasses tew '
e ar. jest previous re
No 07 BAY STBEKT. results might hate to be encountered. was L'xjTtcsj'd: : tj.re thn.kin: ; th;u guano I that he would} acknowledge that he tiring.

I :MITCHELI (oterVilcoxGibt & Co.) Now, however, the present and future can j soon runs out afld oth: "rs that In ne dust | had done wrong iu'the first instance, that \, t,

Jr.L. h be attested with a certain amount of .e- illot reliable, '.eatist-- M> apt to I",, adul- ho would take the sign down. FUR FITS. <

"" Savannah Geo. curity, and the prospects, it must be con. J ttrated. In eoiu-lu---i: :, ] >Ir. nmble 1 remarked ,' ")Iy dear sir," said ,the( goodnaturedman Take a furst-class tailor. .
A DmNmY) r AT F'AW /- oniinnmenUof Cotton, Corn S.lrup001 fessed are far more hopeful than the moat 1 have been .
i : that the soul1! ''m, "nltivaNirOioulJ) : : ever 1:1y to acknowledge WATT A. LYR .
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which
{ Hid 1'ohAC Riee
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upon .
sanguine; could have expected. We have atuntimi the I 1' anything, or do anything that .
1. I liberal advance will b.! mnde wben desired.pcnooalattention .- pay more to ivononlzinjrof'halhomuiiunuro was .. .
TAMPA FLORIDA given to the ale of all received during the last few months, from J \\ iht-y hate and also necessary t<> make peace, butj beg of you Call to Preach.

1-: .. : Produce aply :New: York, Boston, :New: Orleans &c., take measures to increase t the amounts by i I not to take the sign down if you can afford The papers tells a story of a member j

:. H. TIM)1! WM. W. GORDON i some 50,000 bundles of these Palmetto' better practit.es. )Ir. LA man said-= j to keep it up, for it is the, Very best of the-> --persuasion, who ambitious 1\ I

-' Wni iveproraptat'ention to all business X. I leaves, weighing about forty pounds per "Cotton needs two !sorts v>f fertilizers! ,one ;i advertisement for my business that could of ministerial honors&, was praying in tho V ;
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atra Ud to hit ear*. TISON & GORDON, bundle, and footing up to some 1,000 tons to push the gro\\ th, and another element be: deused." woods for some divine manifestations of ,la -

Tampa, Fla Ap'l, 8th, '66. ljJcmr gross.: to ripen the seed and give long; and silken -- call to preach. While so engaged a I
k The Leaves come dried or whitish, in Fino John Donkey set one ef those cries for ; ;t .
staple. bone i is up
as good a
(tj WmII Th'OtL separate THE CONFEDERATE DEAD.-The Ne .
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; ',,-- A. Hu cuox. J. F. IILXDtesoxt -- iVt precisely the same form as a lady's fan ; manure as he can buy. Let him make a York World of the 15th ult has the following f which his race is peculiar, which Walker .
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indeed no shipper can if he mistook for affirmative hisappeal. : i '
an to
go wrong mixture of a bushel of plaster, a bushelof reply
careless
have .
paragraph !
TTENDERSON: & HENDERSON, omtru r real OHM a7 ottnotdrn J will take the fan for his instructor in'e- bone flour, and a bushel of guano.- we been of the Confederate; 'So dead buried i Whereupon he applied for license -

I1 ry particular, even to the jointure naturally I This will fertilizer yet not exhaust But at Gettysburg that is feeling when the following colloqu ,cured ; I
t MERCHANTSWE I at the handle. The the wide-spread between him and the 1.
Attorneys at Law made larger no bought manure will give jiermanent in the South which has found interrogatingpreacher .
I expression f
fans the better when no more is requiredthan ,
futility to a ('ottont1t>h1.. He cannot afford in a mournful that her t1e :
., ., v mklruhJ] 1L7i oo closing them, tying them into bundles to buy Muck cry, ull a.stor'-Do believe brother Walker '
TAMPA FLORIDA.ILL enough. yard-manure, : oUlht to bo brought back to I less you ,
till continue business a: the old stand i and shipping them, without any outward i rotted turf and leaves fshould be his dependence. table soil. Now, that the south should I ,that you are called of God to preach

: y V6 the BA Merchants Y STREET and Planter and offer of our llilhboro eervieeito baling or covering of any !sort. I .'' In rt' pon'se to a question by I wish to have within l her bosom the ashes as was Aaronl' I,. .'
: in the Southern and In the first instance these Leaves ,ld .
PRACTICE
si Mr. Meade Mr. Lyman said that Walker-If st sartinly I does'P'Give -.
'' and the adjaeent counties for the tale of Cotton cottonseed of those who died for her i is perfectly just.
',
, ; ,; Eastern Cim toll of the State and other Produce also for receiving and atc!4.) P' ton, equal to S210 gold ; they meal, taking all In all, was a most This, even they who will not give those the Church: ,that is the brethren ---

\ '. -- forwarding Cotton and Merchandise.We then fell to .!30, $111 gold ; then rose to desirable fl'rt Hiler. dead the credit of patriotic motives, can the proof.' ,

I INSURANCE. are prepared to make liberal advance I .C36, -5172 gold, and arc now fast risngto .. __ I mightly diffikilted, and Iwas
j. -- r hardly deny. But it is discreditable to I -, was
.. consignment to a* for sale in this Marketor
on
4 r- 21C No stock.
45
( again gold.
; ; the woods andwrastle
determined to into
LOUISIANA where it i ie preferred to be forwarded to our The in head J..t't! n I of the Cherokee Rot the North that we should wreak our vengeance go
coi'Miwpfioti: Europefor
friend in Liverpoolew York. Philadelphia, on the= who have expiated their it out. i iI
. BoUon of Haiti covering: : and fibrous purjwses: \v iir be enormous TheCh'toktc ]Hose' that beautiful l brother Walker.
more. fault, or mistake;: ; or crime by their: deaths. I P.-'That is it, A.,
Ilariughadfifteen j,ar experience in the and too much publicity cannot l III,' ,I flif.vei with wh .hc\cry Georgian: is familiar Andihat is it but vrvaking. .1 I ",._'And while thar wrastlin,' Jacob
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Cotton Commission B mine given to this fact amongst the Southwestern -hah: to it which not'' vengeance curionsest voices I f}
EQUITABLE a legend un corpses: : when those in charge of the I Ii like, I hem one of the .. '-l ;1:
in Savannah, we hate: an extended and gent-r States of Americatht.rt., the Pal- UTJ many of our younger readers'I we I j i i Gettysburg CemfU-ry say that their char. ever hern in my horned days.: J!.

.1 1 acquaintance' : to whom we refer with con mettoJ] flourishes abundantly, and the opine, have met with in their readings.: i'i: ter only proides' for the interment of the I I V.-You are on the right track, Bro. .

fiJenee. \ Leaves to be had for the gathering. I It i is thus told : "An Indian chief of the ,, remains of t those who died in the defence'of I!,I Walker. Go on with the narration. tt' '-

: LIFE IKDRiMiB\ WBPISY t Repectfully VT*. II.TISON. ALEX. S. MCKAi:, I Seminole! ( tribe was taken prisoner by his the Union. But no civilized nation W.-'I couldn't tell, for the life.' 'mt',

Wy. \\". GOlWOS. Anglo-American Produce Broker, enemies, the Cherokees, and doomed to I i i would hesitate to do honor to its gallant whether the voice was up In the air or
No. 7 Lower> Castle, Liverpool, England. I torture, but fell so seriously ill that it be1 i enemies down in the sky, it sounded 80 curiou\ t '
not the Cossack.
no
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.. CANAL St XZW OBLE.VXS --- --- I 1 ,i even
, .. came necessary!" to wait for his restoration ladies of the South P.Poor creetur I Ilow\ he was diffi-'
0 r MEDICAL. the soldiers of the
LIFE POLICIES parable: Quarter- A WHOPPER. number j 1 .
a Lippin- J. '
ISSUES to health before committing him to the kilted. Go to narrate Brother Wal-
) ', Fifteen. Ten and Five ..:- cott's is article Florida from I'I South among them their chief- are on ,
! Yean with or without endovrn.ent Rates aa Magazine on ,I,''firt"nJ" as be lay prostrated by disease' gathering their mites to bring these ashesof I.I.I I ker. How did it appear to sound unto -
low" and terms favorable a. any company in CJG G !0 CJO C1tJCJSCJ? fl which we make the following extract: : in the cabin of tne Cherokee warrior, the I II I !t' \
their dead home. It will be you
a lasting
In Florida there lakes which
the United Statrc. are many daughter of the latter I I I' _
,I a young dark faced W. 'Why this 'Waw.wawbrl"I
'0 JOSEPH ELLISON. Prudent, have holes} in the bottom and underground :> disgrace if we do not render it way: \ I--.
< J. W. STONE, VIM Pr..id so they ,
w. P. HARPER, Stcntary. i with the young chieftain, and wishing to I go preach, go preach' ah, go pr-ath ah-tv-
sometimes shrink away to a mere cupfull, ;i save his life, urged him to escape ; but he i[I Ax IRISHUAX'S AKSTVER. uh-ah-ee-aa.! ;.r

.', .', 0 Join. MILLER, A'gt.c. TAMPA FLA.:' leaving many square miles of surface uncovered would not du so unless she would flee 'I built him an office in -I the form of a hexagon -; ;;:

Tom ...111.ORANGR \. and again fill tip' from below with him. :She consented. Yet, before !six square. The novelty of the i' 'Bruthering and! sisters, tStt4: tVi
o spread out over their former area. Some structure attracted the right sort of a call. Enough siM, LSrotL \
they had far attention of some
pone impelled by soft regret "- I II
.. of them have outlets in the ocean far from at leaving home she asked permis-i j I Irishmen who were passing by. They'! er Walker. That's none of your college: \ Y
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: GROVE HOTEL Oscar CheesmanVHOLKALE shore, bursting up a perpetual spring of sion of the lover to return, for the f f made a full stop, and viewed the build calls. No doctor \livKity ever trot: \
pur-
", fresh water in the very mi/st of the briny poso of bearing away some memento of ingery critically. The lawyer, somewhat H'ch a call as that. Hr Ih 'ralker :

saltness of the sea. 1 In tines of low water it. So, retracing her footsteps, she broke i t,I disgusted at their curiosiy i, raised must' have. a license fur sartiu and for ..,R'

I TAMPA FLA during a long,'exhaustive dry season!" a sprig from the white rosebush which the window, put his head out and addressed bur1 *-. .

t \ DEALER IN men have gone underground inlue of climbed up the poles of her father's tent, them I 1; The liceLiewas granted: the storygoes, \I

these subteranean rivers front lake to ; "What do stand I and Walker, now, douhtlw: making the
,... and preserving it during her flight through', you there for, like a I 1
lake, a distance] of.. 8 miles. the wilderness, planted it }by the door of pack of blockheads, gazing at my office ? mountains ring with his stentorian lungs ,
fTHIS ESTABLISHMENT WILL BE OPENed --- --- i ....._ '
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?L+ '01 October.lith., Vicious habits are so great" a stain to noles. And from that day this beautiful:: "Faith: ," answered one of them, "I A queer who hug bard time
& GLASSWARE of '
CROCKERY it, bite, "when a man br "ms to .K> Cio-sra
humau nature" andO odious in themselves was: thinking till I saw the
For Ue reeepiraa of Regular aad Tranaien flower has always been known between so, uivil poke hill he nnJs evtn thin; greased for tho occa.
that actuaUd b right the ef Florida: his head out of the wiud." tiou."*
Boarder*. Good Accommodations, and Iou every person ? Capes and throughout the i i f
', ..Ud U pleaaaat part 0 f the t"ty.y : I I reason, would avoid tilt'm.thuuh. IP was Southern State.? by the name of the Cherokee ---.o .'-- ----- '

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L > ; Krr West Jail.WJheto S I I I II I ; The Green FlAg. FROM 'r.L., G1.0J.May 1 : Philt.11/1p/ ia papers oC the 9th are filled f t.

"' .: .....,. lorih.j.t.ni".. !' ''.' f.1 : Key: West the f j3tber' day we 13.-Senate.-Mr. :; S details, 1a of t.damage if cki ozie's by the nursery were bad hailstorm four S .I

[From the New York Times Cth. duced a bill giving citizens of I .p<' done to
; were Invited by Sheriff nes'and his ) pane broken and damage
r' '. -,;,. *. DnsD.1 )IiT !5thSL! .o.: _: gentjemanty There is every reason to believe that States equal rights in hotels, |l heavy of $10.000.' St.' Mark and New f-
i ,deputy Mr. Charles Cof to I
: valuable! stained t
Eden Churches had their
i Fenians schools of '!
t the } to their cars, places
use
.. SPECIAL; NOTICE. Tisit Jail and taW i in i own expression, windows shattered. Half the srte t lamps :
the we pleasure \
saying Sumner remarked that the i' Temple S ,
husinessthis
.: t. i-mean time. The utmost destroyed. The largest hailtone were 'j I
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i 'iflo.. ; :i Hereafter the bscription$ price of the l that both Mr.Jones and Mr. Cox deserve .-. activity prevails among the officials of all bjll would end all legislation is inches in circumference and weighed J j

,. I. PzKiNSULi:" win be $2' per year, in ad- great credit for the manner in which grades here and elsewhere, although quiet |tj ed. The bill was ordered to i i' quarter. ounces. Many serious accidents. .occur:5. :1 f'r

,: vance, S2.0>> If paid ,vithin six months, the jail is kept. Every department is seems to reign in and around headquarters. 'cd.I I, has I Ij runaway-horses.-. /
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t&Dd* ;.v'-J -;ttnta the end of the I kept with a view to the health and com- Men are being dispatched daily to different House.-A bill was j i', or WOMAN: Sumuo a Iu. (OIL- I ) l
'points to" 'facilitate the 'concentration of I mentary to the Civil .Rights The qut'Stionofwoman suflrsge i. not to be' /, '
year. We'make this reduction believing fort of the unfortunate beings confined .the I "I. K. A.," which it is said already cure equal rights on railroads, -I, the i to the jeopIeof Illinois, the Con ti- Ii j'j'I j'I I

thai Hfill largely 1 increase our sabscrip-. there. The J jail is perfectly free from l|I.numbers>'33,000'men, well disciplined, and''I public conveyances) hotels, I in! Convention this having It ia claimed;reconsidered that this Ita'.J t.. :; I

p : <.iionjiit, We ask, our friends to exert, the disagreeable scent usual in prisons, fully provided for a long campaign, On ,j I tres, houses of public pro I I ., is all respect owing to a l lecture delivered i

S L' !themselves' for} & and in fact if it were not for the iron bars, Wednesday General J. J. Donnelly left j'schools; church institutions and recent Wheaton. 'of Kalamazoo.. Michigan 5 .
r tg"" -4!' : 'this city on I business for the cause.: It is: i I associations incorporated by ; wonian suffrage in Springfield some :
t&S!::. this stronghold for the safe keeping' State also France b hince, The Convention 110m proba 1
S -S JblLLBT THE STATE :rumored that he has gone to the place of:: authority ; on juries
COMJOTTEfc JQ9It .cnmuiaiaj; ; has the-. of a 'national and half Journ sua'die next week. t.
S. SSi more. appearance :rendezvous. General O'Neill that State.
says : S
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I i. mt1IOY'... '. neatly kept dwelling house than .a prison. :he will not Jack means to aid him in the i May 12.-Bullock has not ) I S GZ.VBUI.'9 Lxx.-* FAunr.-It .. ,
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.,BooJJ Dnrocn'11: ; CEN. 1L Cox. One of the inmates, ,whose presence has !coming tug of war, as ho daily receives: i. an appearance in obedience"to I points utiOD.t'ol\tbat the tnwteen uf the CuUrgeat S ,
r 'YfJ.T IE STATE: OF FLORIDA liberal from the Judiciary Committee.The General R. E. Lee in I
contributions of money from all. n. 'of which
U I ."': ': ro: TdOaKas&ee,'April 30< 1870. ) graced the prison for the last two years, 'parts of the Union.' .Yesterday one revenue to-day amounts have secured to lira Lee a" ,j' i

4 S :S'' ;; At& of the Committee seemed to be perfectly contented and gentleman 000. : and ann ity of three thousand dollar,. I
\ : meeting held"to- alone placed $10,000 at his disposal event of General Laos deceue. '. !LS
r : 3 ': ': dat, it u8: seemed to }be rather loath to leave the for the good of the cause. Men are The President to-day signed .

\. .: .R soL TED,That.tbat the people in each place which had so long been his home, I only too willing to join in an expedition iting the number of Treasury not .' I ,t.
I I against England so that numerically fifty-three. verify New York ttamlard says ; Tae Gen. t
when told that he schs free. The ,
S. county of thIs )3Jate. who desire equal)I pet I speaking his is In reference The Star says the Senate out of Republicanism"and there would I;? I i
'and J jo&Maws and from this County, .Charles) .charged with army strong. on the Pacific Railroads have littla left of it." Take Rrpulicamua -. -:) j J
jEjluifully impartially
the )
I S .. : )) : to statements made in dispatches Red Butler and there wont! be nothing left i I
enforced and who,favor an honest and I the unlawful fingering of some of Capt. (Washington to the press, that the report in favor of a Southern spoon thief. p..;; I t

: i.r.,. > 'economical'r'administration State Sweat's surplus change, is in fine health 10th of May had been set down as the road from Marshall, Texas, by :\ j
... our
and time for the grand movement, the General Paso to San Diego, California. II
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I 'I : ;, Goverirtne'ntj;'be and they are hereby rd- spirits .-.._-_____ says that here, as in all other Fenian L Fremont's road is: to bo I ).! MABLXE IXTELLIGEXCE.ARRIVED. .J i

quested and ,nrged, without. regard to The Senate has passed a bill to .authorize matters, the information is incorrect.- nect with the above road at El ; f

I ;. : h. ;. fast political: differences, to meet in their all peJ'SDDS'oot embraced by'the fourteenth None but he and his trusted Lieutenant, is to receive no grant of lands ant t"
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: :Tespecdve Counties, on the FIRST BAT amendment, take the oath of office know the moment of action. Clerks and]I Paso. I has Lavaca., from Havana on Than- : I .

S URDAY IN JUNE officers are working hard at headquarters I General Jfews.CHICAGO i j { i&
NEXT, for the pur prescribed for those whose disabilities preparing and copying documents contain. by Beaufort 'from. New Orleans. on .! :

S S pose of effecting an organization, and to have been removed, instead of the ironclad .ing i instructions for the many circles of May 10.-The .4: I t

S elect'a l County, Executive. Committee "of IS f test oath. This relieves some eight I the brotherhood. Rumors of all kinds are Press publishes a letter from the John L. ilerril, from By Fort,. on S 31

Three, phase names,are to be reported millions Southern people'heretofore ex'ude'4 i in circulation with regard to the projected I nouncing the arrival there of in ___5 : i
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her of Fenians en-rout for the : __ .
-S Immediately after their. election! to this from the smallest and most- petty I,expedition cause fabricated, but by none are authentic, be country to aid the rebels. as' CLEARED. S t !

;1... CimIUee.I Federal employment, and is the most extensive -'pewsuiongers..'- Dulieth are commanded by a di to ip Laraca for New Orleans, on 19th ,

: .!It GEO. W. SCOTT, Chairman, J measure of'. amnesty yet granted Senator Brownlow's latest annouce- ed Confederate officer, who pursued} -4. I 4

I /H ; C.E.DYKESR. We now hope that we will be able, )' to merit of his political views, published in I in Louisiana. should Beaufort, for Havana. .' on 20th f

IS : r ;. .,I*! : D.. WALKER, get Postmasters: at Crawford's Mill, ,Alafia' Tennessee, closes with the following curious LOUISVILLE, May ll.-The the S
statement Convention I
75 : Baptist --S |
:/. '1. .P. B. BROKAW, ,and other places. Any person, as adverse for .
I I would rivers and resolutions to I
improve harbors
t" ._ R, B. HILTON ,, Receipts. ,1 iI
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S .: '.: 'f T.W.BBEVARD, will be seen by the foregoing, can take and build railroads by tho Federal Government the Northern Baptists, and State steamship Laraca and Beaufort, from I I

I S. ;S W. D. BLOXHAM the oath of office except those excluded I without regard to any section- B.LTUlOItEIa, : )" ll.- .' at : -COO barrels merchan4ise. S .
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S R N. GARDNER. under the XIV Amendment. I East, West, North or south. Nay, more,, Methodist Protestant : I 1

L : A. JL FISHER, .- had. my way, I _would_ so _reconstruct day adopted the reportof the Urm bDtl1 tmtuts.
S F.A.BYRD the Government of the United States as Committee regarding the cert ] ranks -1
The War goes bravely on in Orange County. to form a central herein licenses and the .
A. J. PIELER, Secretary. stong? goverment preachers' : : C. ;; I
S Old Mose Barber was waylaid and murdered the District of Columbia and full .
or- probationers to membership : ; Regulations 1
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S S:.. Democratic on 10th inst. This we think makes: ganize the States as so many colonial corporations tion of the preachers. J. JI :

: .. x teUng' the sevenTh murder in Orange county in the as absolutely dependent upon "Church register was also : jr., I j
I : In obedience the call of tho Democratic and subject to the will of the central power Many of the Bishops have << ( FOB TOE 5-, I
four months but
hear
past we not a word at V asbtn! ton as are counties! to States. ter expressing their desire; to less
?: Central (
I Committee of the State, from Governor Harrison. We hear! of Thus would out and _:
wipe extirpatethe re-union, and a willingness to do l I
.4 4 there will be a meeting of the Democracy no call for troops to stop these outrages, whole theory and 'pn>t'nso of States tending to ibis end that will not ) : for such OF TAMPA FLA. I

S : of Hfllsborough County, at the CourtHouse of no declaration of martial law. These Right and States Sovereignty to which sacrifice of principle. ) in I

: t in this place_at 11 O'clock, A. M.? outrages far exceed: any disturbances we are mainly indebted for the late rebel! The Conference to day e ,

;1, S First "Saturday in June next and the Democracy lion.While lowing in reference to marital l ')\ I
'\\"hiehhat'e occured in Jackson and the .'
I "No shall celebrate with the provisions of
.. only speak for myself I belive ministry .
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3 l .... of the different "Act of the
precincts are Legislature, to regulate
Governor does not seem to notice them, that Congress and the .country are look- contrary to our Lord's decision

I S Invited and urged to attend. and wby T Because the outrages in* Orange ing in the same direction.W. thew, chapter xix/verso 9." *, approved June .19th, 1869" we S

1J thorough organization tbe 'Democratic are perpetrated by the Governor's G.BROWXLOW. NEW YORK, May 11.- ijo'lltJ. Justice of the Peace for the ..
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of Ilill..borough and State of ,'
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?* i party of this State, will be able to friends. Washington, April 25, 1870. Beecher presides over the Chateau'i} spt',' the Board of Florida : I
I : ._ Uealth-for the Port of
: :; .;;: controLtbe future elections and hurl from S_ _.. frage Association now in session do enact the followingREGULATIONS -
: TAMPA ASD YICISITT.jjri0ur ton. Theodore Tilton I
.J f power the plundering carpet-baggers, but The rise of the Mississippi river, whichin Woman's presides : with i S
.j Suffrage Society. A -
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: '.. S without organization we can do nothing. i some places I is greater than it has been friends in >and the surrounding condemning the verdict in the ) : ; << to -S
5- of organization before since 1828, is doing an almost incalculable counties S'S covernment of said Port fnr the tir. ,
Inspeaking and the approaching amount of would plac us uutkr many; obligations trial was adopted. ; --- --
damage Besides :
t fall) elections, the Peptral Com- by lte the destruction of houses, which has been Bnoy off BuUabt Point jtholl be the _
transpiring in their unghborhoods. Items of consents we are to and /
see
.mittee sorry
: say: "The people are waking very great, it has caused the inundation : Ground and all Tesselu arming
) local interest, incidents, ttc., will be tluiikfully the clause of hisrmy bill Port outside the ....
; Bay,known
.:" up to this matter, and we feel satisfied of thousands of acres of land, and done centres aa Tam- ,
received, and duly acknowledged.The forces to twenty-five thousand ) ;or any Port or harbor on the shores
t that united,active effort will give us both serious damage to prospective crops.- ne struck out, on tho argument : Bay bhull there remain until boarded Lv
The rise in the lower Mississippi has in this section ; progrf. : Inspector, who shall be the
branches of the Legislature by good crops are'tr) torn Senators that \\illuot t1 .. judge of
.S 5 greatly alarmed the Southern planter, and promising.A a \ condition, and decide whether
: en.I working majorities." Let the party wake I at last accounts, fears are entertainedthat any troops from the Smith ; :u that ...*I hkill be quarantined or whether it _
Western Senators that adthit aufe to loud
\ ,up in this County and do their whole duty the levee would give way, and the Miss. learn fell dead in 1'olk coun. needed in the ,West to taken passengers and freight from
ire S
S ; Hillsborough] be the banner! coun! whole country be submerged. The low- ty, one day lust week. dians. fight I par. F. J.' Gocua w hereby appointed &
S lying land at Rook Island and the central and .
L ty. The first Watermelon of the 'I It does not to havd] ln-pector of thi* Port. It.
appear ,
season hs:
'. parts of the city were under water, and duly"t 'hi \ealt'nOw fljg placed
.. ... I gested to the Southern gcnt buoy at the
S at this place some fifty families were was brought to market last week. Quarantineground to re
t Mr.L. G. safer policy for their section that while thrso Ke-alutun:: ; remain
Dennis, Dept. Collector In- driven from their houses, gardens/ WE'redestro't'.d I in
rule by love and amnesty'rather! ) send to fariri-b the Captwug or
I DIED.-Stephen Hollingsworth at the owner
I and fences and sidewalks ,
ternal) Revenue for Florida, is on the war carried and 1 The Western to bunts bhiers or other craft belong.
again away. Full reports will show that residence of his son, Mr. S. T. Hollings- proscription. : Pert and H.uLor.itQ"
path ordering! men to forward their wilt discover eventually' what all ihor copy of
the flood has caused n-solatuuu
loss of that
great property worth in Polk be
S ; taxes to, him. at Gainesville in registered and, perhaps, of life. ,p County, on 1st inst. appear now to know\ that it is ] was hcreulu-r by taw Bo.inL mar _

S 1 letters. Mr. Dennis, this wont do any We have heard of one Methodist preacher feed than to figljtlndians, and as: J :: her tos, ;hterH' or "t8.*l.of>ny kind J? _
._. pie have forgotten pat animo But ulloA'd to communicate witl "
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any T Ihwbe :' .
S longer must me around who that ho does 1
like *
ypn according says not fried r. SilO .n Uwnlvd by the vli
ward he rebels and heartily were, Port .
I to law or yoa will get no more taxes(down GE.;. JORD.\ '8 CUBAN NEWS.-Gen. chicken. Some people might believe deeming i present,promises to the ". iugM" IM;>t: .lHf.l: in Qnamtine
: Jordan in a conversation with the New I nnleM under H
: '4 f S i J .S this way. Further,where you have been I York Standard reporter, summed him. we,suggest that_ _t he,further t '- ( .- : i-cruit of Mud Port Phyu-ian. or in S
'up of the boutn and provided by law.
assessing additional taxes against parties patious an nor 'htlJazy i
and the result of the winter campaign as follows The Spanish authorities of Havana, war iii the West are not ; we Fort any Vt'S/It'l dora she ha'ttibord per-- J A S
collecting them yon have become liable : I'hvieian .wall I
have taken off for six months: the impost tial to the well being of the : r in boarding all eaU poMible J
it to prosecution for collecting money under The Spaniards at the beginning had into af. eU aa..lOun All
duty on live cattle shipped to Cuba, / ST. Louis, May 12.-The r their aniTa al'the Quarantine
false pretences. 8,000 troops, of whom 900 were killed. heretofore: donated; and in 1
S hitherward from Atchison last
L S -_ .. 'declared that the Cubans had only which has given new life to the catty ; it is ", or sickut'SH, that may prore e cont&I e of .
collided with a freight tran: at :;! ,.
I Some carpet-bag correspondent of the lost 63. He states the great want of the trade of South Florida. The steamship this A. M., near Eureka. : i IWgt hall r remain of infection at the *I shall*tiun haTe. ten da,)*. S
Cubans is and for which : .
arms he has pt\IIIf-
Mexico and several schooners for t '
: arc now killed and wounded I :
Sentinel raises a howl against Lem. Wilson come. He / were twenty ..
brings along a negro officer, : hasty Port Physician JM
engaged in this trade, and we learn that tally-no names have been hereby authori-
S -- for daring to run for Congress. 01 who served during tht campaign, in order e npowered to cause t:, I.e I'rcoctt'at
smashed and!
.5 S course this would raise a howl among thecarpetbaggers. to convince Mr. Sumner that this is really the mail steamers for the futureyrry beef loclUlotin's.ro wrecked. The collision i pojwble: eipense t.i the Bounty. a __
badly boiling for
a stitiou honse
cattle
to Havana. -
The at the
an anti-slavery contest Cubans
/
S They see danger in the are through misapprehension of .' for tho protection from the weath.r
now manufacturing their own .
: S gunpowder, Boris or no..1: th.tt it
I movement, they see that it is an effort on and have ammunition in abundance. Soldiers MiSTAKEN, ME. .Hoppfe.-We haveheard conductors. ry, to have! !andl *.t. Uu ...r.-L e_ fount S

tile part'of the people, the bona fide citizens and citizens are suffering for want of that Mr. J. H. Roper, Mail con- FORTRESS MoN ROE. May[ I I, Port PhyHiciun and---Itu-pector" -'!-'' aba!" '

of the State, to throw off thp yoke oi fS clothing. After the battle of Los Minor, trctor from Gainesville to Brooksville., .Monitor Terror dropped down by every v :!.8l iasfK-vu-d by 'J hi m. the S

the carpet-baggers ; hence the the bowl the Cubans dug up the Spanish dead to charges the recent ,change of schedule on folk to-day and anchored in the : u i the o ve4st-I dollars: BO InScS if the ton- S S S
their It is understood! that the will sail : or 6btill not S
S secure clothes. There has ne\'er ex-
But let them bowl and whine the line to the hundred ton- ft
4 S for their been more than twenty Americans in the /ESISSCL.\R. Now, if West Indies in a day or two. lUhpected hhiOl exceed the tonnage of the .

,days. are numbered. army. The negroes make splendid soldiers Mr. Roper has,made any such statementit I } Khan 1 not be Kfeakr tluan one two ffiSJ _
>"ews.HAVANA .
: S fighting like demons. The climateis is at one jricorrect and unjust. The Foreign, \" of mud Five retool shall pay! the Ixwuector "".. ".
STATE Dollar
THp- or FLORIDA AGAIN TO death on Europeans. The Spanish PEKIXSULAR bas frequently complained May 10.-Private > my *el iDllpectt(1; an Mould the ton- _
y
BE PLbD: RED.-Tbe evidence uals] throughout Cuba are : eiceed two bun
S the force numbers about 40,000 regulars and at the irregularity and non-arrival of our sending : s\ul ves ;elhall pay the Hum of Ten
S presence of Swepson and Littlefield in 25,000 volunteers, the latter worthless except of money and other articles to '( presentation of a reeeipt.d bill
fur
mails bnt not to the old schedule
TaltiiipRee.: and the proclamation of Har- for garrison duty. The Spaniards as ; on (:aptured with Goicouria. ( i of.. to the Cul.tliu or I'W'It L,1 the In-
the the old schedule S
not
contrary
only
shoot NEW YORK
invariably every man taken prison May lO.-The ;
risoir calling person
the or
Legislature together, is suited the I'E.VIXSULAU but the pt'rROns'iola.ting thttl ,
J er. General Jordan says he never retaliated entire j has arrived here from Aspinwall, DII. or the Act of thl "L\ture
'
to make another opportunity to plunder. or put a prisoner to, death. He in. i business portion of this place and) the I uce.H to May I 1st.: !! :\ : shall be pun 'Ihf'IJ as J't'R.pro- S

S ... -. .. variably pardoned all. Gunboats are useless new one suits no one. We hope{ that the I An United States steamerilefl does ( tue, provhionll or mud -\ct. .

S S The Grand Jury of Monroe County, failures.Yankee The contrivances Spaniards say they old schedule will be adopted again, if not !,,011 list U ult., to inu-stigaUj the ; Rn.l'>e t.1\QrJun Fi.egnatjos It-t.i1udl 1570.116 in force anl ...
are mere and
are ( between Mr. Weir the United .. f/
ttbe late session of I .
the Circuit Court afraid to Use them. The camuaicn for .we will be compelled to change our publication Consul at Tauibez and the 1'E1UY (;. W.\U. .

Ignored the bill against the Cubans charged the season being over, he thought he day.- I there, who had had! a personal i :\ the in reoi Ilol.t.\: E.otiicio w.tice of the 1'1'aC1'. 5

1' J I Castanon: witirbelng, and! accessory to the the killing of the would Cubans come is home.arms ;The with only a full want supply of See Quarantine Regulations in to-day's the relative Consulate to the delivering of the a ... S C1IAULESAKMOU.W. J. CAMl-HELL, _
thereupon prisoners u"tiC:8
of
: N were released. he could get; sufficient force and make paper. We<< think that the action of the ,' The news, from the Darien <'l' Fla., May 21th, 1870. the l'eao.

t .. ; short work of the Spanish power. If he Justices in this case is rather prematureand jis: unfavorable. j jj I i t ., ,f :..

H I I' -e could get; them ha Would drive the Span. ill-advised at present These reguU-,j j, The Caledonia bay route is : ,i'.ii
.EOROLI.-We I learn by a private telegram iards into Havana. impracticable. \ Notice.
: tions place restrictions on commerce and j I F .
t received at Tucfcerfown, that Buttr's Gen. Jordan is'reported to have said to The Indians continue friendly.A .' l
f tit: of theew York we think that. they should be dispensed S indebted to Dr. S. a TODD
a Sun
Georgia bill has passed reporter t telegraph was being built. S
; Congress.We otherwise :
or for Medici
....; I with as long as possible. Further, we : Chilian have fi and .
.5 S hive not seen the bill, bat emanating "I did not hear one of the Cubans express I news unimportant. 8t'rnrtlH'r on any other account, "I
: I an opinion adverse to the annexationof doubt very much if the Justices of the j i1eace j: In various parts of Bolivu ', at call at my office in Tampu and ket
,from the it does I it bodes I t
the >
squroe no goodt :
aid!
had fallen
the
roads
of island to the United States, but a j I have any authority to establish : were ;I
unfortunate :j t i
t S jhe Georgians. I It universal desire that should become bit X D.\RL"G. Agent
strong .
Such
regulations. But if have
( they and i t
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Flo 25th
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and!
t 1 S*H M H ..*"+ .BM| vvMv* :.I a State of the United States.: This.j I'if these t A terribb storm of stones t May 167a t IJ'JO
I restrictions must be
-: S. It is reported that C. M. Hamilton I*''I expression of opinion was in no wise due' placed upon Las Playa'. Gardens, orchads { 5;
b the commerce of the place, let it be done of all kinds cut to the Notice }
to American were
-:, oe'Juge j of the U. S. Court; Southern j i I my being an for at first it i ij pieces.
S.: ,District of I j. was fancied I might be opposed to such a :|I according to the spirit of the regulations. ,.accoirpauvd by a petty '. : S
:1.; Florid An Honorable
". KUCcessor -!1 measure. Nor was it due at all tq any i.Let the Port Physician: remain at his S Ths >ttlow fever had appeared; j OXTIS FROM DATE I c.J.

: :t ..'. ;S ... this,to Wilpam Marvin and Thomas sense of the necessity fortheir success t in properly designated position and not he ta Kua.A 1 .ount8 and voucler wi. Honor prt. _'. ';.,

i ,. "t 'i: ..' J. :Boynton. S : the struggle with Spain, but had its origin won; the passengers: by the ,. (' e of the of Polk Coun- S .
; to and from for ,
S I passing town as be( may see .. of | a M-ttlcment and
f I in the general belief in the country are ifty-two survivors of the .tate tna db ,
t
S SS as it has been done heretofore dJ. year Zh Seward J
-: that only as a State in the Union could proper, \ ; /

Gold closed atlilin Xl'f.Y. olt pn Cuba e\er have proper industrial, commercial and if thhyi is not done wo had as; well and] :',\RIS, May 11 .J.Iiduq1.: : i I| D.\XI STANFORD. S .f
21sL5 ,n
and "
I agricultural developments.' S better have no ( : arantiiie. 4S ( tr."ps'} have (ifcujiifd\ the placo [ I .May 2Cth, 18TO Executor.Cm 1 t.. .1



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6501 from New Orleans, LIL, by' PensaeoX \ Test Received perSteamewFlorjda;Beaufort I ft ,t:
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ApalaeHeola Saint Mark, Cedar Keys FLOUR u and Alliance a superior lot otSPRING e i
aniTunpa to Key West, 988 mile: and: back G ROE E
one*&riek.1n Rit&Ne&Dd safe steamboats CORN, Rl' ES : f 1 i ,

Lore New Orleans,,Saturday: at3r.: n ; I

A.niM- "at_Xer" _West_ _the. ".next_ Friday. by 3*: OATS I ,GOODS -AND- .i J I I :
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I Froposgb : expedited schedule I
*' toTuatr: .... an' GRITS.
yi Mourning Print JUST OPENED, AT THE STORE t .1. t
Seperats proposals invited to begin service at .COBK.JBEAI' Amoskeag i i
lobile instead of New, Orleans, on completion AT WHOLESALEAND Lancaster If \ I
f the sOrord between New Orleans .and Mo 'TEAS Phillip.4 Allen's .. OF : I i_
: ils'aad also tor.omitting: Saint Marks wbeatirpal ,Sprague's If __ t
.-connection, witn-]the ApslachiooL llemmackDunne's ., i l '
her is completed.. I PICKLES. i '. .J L. G.. CovacevichAC t
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adtfcbg! .d1 stanbEY00tuc( >& CHOICE O. BUTTER. JELLIES Coo a" t. t ,

,'Beperate tefiar Key proposals,.by dear-water"'invited. Harbor far 'service and Man-ttom, SARDINES. :R. ::E: & :I: E. ) rklaDd", v ,'JlOenaburgs : Per Steamer WHITE Lavacoa CORN froarlkw.Orleans, ;. "f, ; t ,

tee, to Tampa 150() miles and backonce; a .. Fancy Lawn' FLOUR. ,'COFFFE, I J
reek, to be rnn1n due connection with main CHEESE. Jackonet : ., CANDY CLARET WINE i I
Date Muslin
Swiss '
.SOAP, 'MACCABONt t '
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Bids should be sent ia waled envelopes, snerscribed VERlIIlCI LLI. BY Linen Heavy Checks Osnabnrga YEBMICILLI.; CHEESE. I .f

"Man proposals,Bonte No.6500, Cottonade, BUTTEB LARD I
loridaand addressed to the Second AssisJQt MACARONI.Layer Ripka Matches, Pilot Bread French Bread. Batter :
Formatter General Csmulet'Jeans, Crackers Pickles Buckwheat, Onions Jtc. : ,
1 Blumenthal & Co. Shirting,
I
.. '.ll\1) A..J. CBESWELLt RAISINS. Sheeting, i I'A
s I .: Postmaster General. Hickory, FINE ASSORTMENT OF I; :: I

E Sale of Ca ttl e Soda, Cream, Sugar and Lemon Crackers.All Fancy Denims Spring, Balmoral Skirts, Skill Braid Boots & Shoes 1 ; : : !f t

I RETUBNED from the Markets of New York Philadelphia, Boston and New Orleans Trimmings Ac., Ac. Also ... .
"*WILL AS SUKV1V15G+ PASTNEB, offer of which win be offered to our customer J We' STALE in addition to our former extenaJTe|and,varied Stock, a complete nIl SPLENDID STOCK OF i i I
to the highest bidder on'WEDNESDAY at.very low prices. Give ui a callBespectfully Line of DOMESTIC DRY GOODS, such as '
CROCKERY.AND I ,
.IB 1st day of June next at 11 O'clock A. M. !
I front of the Court House Door in TAMPA, : OSXABURGS, DEXDTS, STRIPES, PRINTS GI.oiLUt.frSlIEETIXGS, 8I1IRTIXGS, Tin-ware
to entire stock. of Cattle known as the LT SEYS SO UTRER.V lIOJIESP Uv,YARNS ftc. ..: j i i i i'J

..3HKSON, k HENDEBSON Stocks and ., ..
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BLUM & KLOPPENBURG _
meet and branded as follows: IEIL m ]I) I
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tf Be .
Tampa April 20, 1870. I keeps constantly on had
-t Si&plnoneear>ri ded.KO.BwaDowfork. under-equare'. in the other Latest t Style I of Dress Goods, A floe aMortaent of Shawls, Blankets, Plan -. I 1 I :

AVEBT'S PREMIUM PLOWS, nels, Calieo, Sheeting Shirting,Jeans, Balmo. -' 1 'J
,poplar-leaf In one ear:Swallow Received rule Ticking. Stockings -
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Oenaburgs Tab! :
.. fdc' under, ....et in the other branded. J P. Such. Lawns, Cambrics, Jaconetts, Swiss, Challies, Organdies etc, etc., with a full assortment The Highest Market Price will be given for all Cloths, Denims, DtLalnet pang Cloth Al- -. 1 t I
i. Vf:Terms made known cm,day of sale. STEAMER FLORIDA, a cheap and of Trimmings kinds of paces. Plaid.,Stripes. Hickory,Ian'en. Hand. .- r .

Wit B. HENDERSON, PER assorted. ,Stock of Merchandise: consisting kerchief Collars, Merioos. Jaeoaets Winter 'I
Surri ring Partner. of Calicoes, Csmbries Drillings. Gassimsres t I I' ,
? Mlm\ ol fttat's Produce Veils Ribbon Gloves Lawn '
gmmt
ffitothfag Country ,
kmpa. May, 13th, 1870. tds. : i '
it Flour,Whiskey, In hia Grocery Department. ,canalway.be found 1 I !

FLOUR of all Grades, !
I NOTICE. Soap Tobacco C. L. FRIEBELE' Sail, Corn, Bacon, Pork Sbomldtn, 1 i

t i TEHEBEBY GIVEN. that on Thursdsy, the 30 Cases Boots and Slioes Tampa March 15th. tf. Mackerel Maccaron, Yermicilli Fancy Can- ., :
dy,Codfish, French I ICrackers.
Bread Pickles
I Sugar
; d day of June, 1870. at 3 O'clock P. M. Candy. Cheese r
I ill proceed: to seD at public Auction, Soda Crackers. Pilot Bread, Coffee, '
.HULL ASSORTMENTOP Green and Black +
O2E FIVE GALLON DEMIJOHN OF GIN, Tea. f
Soda, Shot, Batter, Sugar. Candles, Matches Cifsrs. So
t -TW>FIVE GALLON DEMIJOHN'S BUM d.. Kerosene Oil. Syrup Lye Canoed Fraita I I

t 'Wb h wen seized on the Government.WharC Brooms, Plows and Points Men's, Ladies, Misses, Miss, and Children's Wear, from the most reliable manufacturers. Sospi. Nutmegs Sage, llnstsrd, Snu1r...>>ilk, I I .'
at& Brooke Fla, the_31st day of March, Vinegar Pepper, Bpiee, Dried Apples and i-I \
187forTiolationof an Act of Congress, ap- Alpaoca Braid,'Aster Collars, : 15 Doz. HATS lot 2S1EX BOY'S Peaches Lobsters, Pecans ,Nnts, Cheese ; 1
and
YOUTH'SLadies
pored July 28th, 1866.ff .. QHKWINQ A3MOKINQ TOBACCO j '
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-Sale to tab.p1aoe at my offlce) in Tarn. Ladies Hose, Hoop irta, FALLAND POWDER.
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c. B. MOBLET Dept Col Lace Veils, Damask Towels, r SHOT, ''
I HATS TRIMMINGS MILLINERY GOODS Etc.
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And of Customs
Inspector Linen Checks, Kirkland Stripes CAPS. _
Port of Tampa. I Alhambra Piaids, CoUonade, /i An sssortiuvov Measures,Buckets, Brooms .'I I '
; Tmpa, May 18th, 1870. 2w e / ,
Jeans, Denims Tweeds, / Axe-Helvee, Pails, Tubs, Sieves, .. I
NAILS OF ALL
,-Aiministrator's Amoskeag Domestics,Ticking Fish IJM, Osnaburgs.. ,\\, / Coffee Pots Tin Pans, Pint 4 IZIS.Quart Cops ,
i Notice.
Corsets Ac. !\ Poeket-Knives,Table KUIT Gimlets Locks,,
t ; L. G. COVACEVICH.Age \ \\ Hinges Pot ware. Pens P ..a, Needles, Axes ,f
Oil weeks after date,..I win apply to the 1
Screws and Tacks SDOO ,Irons, Bets Ac
11 O: fcdge of the County Court of Il&borough i April 6th tf R \\ A and ol : ..
', Gouty, Florida for letters of administration \ %%%a Brandy large ipUndi' asaorUpejit .
.aD tie estate of Levi S. Whitehurst, late of GOODS
FROM l NEW\ YORK Whiskey i
aid deoeased. I
): IOtmtr, 1 1 Wines, e "
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i. : ROBERT; J. WHrTEHUBST.Taopa. Lemon Syrap -
.ElL, April 22d 1870. q tOld I
Bsspberry Syrup
UNDERSIGNED JUST RECEIVED BY /
has received
THE just a Dominion Mint Julep.,
lot of CLOTHING, of '
consisting f
SEEBIFPS SALE. 25 Firkins.of Prime Lard, I 25 Boxes various brands manufactured Tobacco TERMS CASH OR COUNTY PRO
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Drap d' ete Coats, BVk Merino Pants. DUCE. ; ,

6000_.Pounds of Clear Sides Bacon 10 BU of S. N. Pike's Calibrated Whiskey's, i E. A. CLARKE & CO. Tampa, January 5th, 1870. toe ., eF

Alpacca. Cream Duck 1/ ,
MANATEE COUNTY.BYVBTUE i
White Duck" Cottonade" 10 Barrels Mass Pork 500 bushels Prime white Tennessee Corn. BEST INDUCEMENTS : .
-4MeA / ; :i
OF AN EXECUTION issued .. 25 Boxes Western Reserve Cheesy 230;; Bushels Prune White and Black Oats. : .
Clerk's offioeof the. Circuit Court Grass Cloth. Alp oca EVER OFFERED O T13CPJL.
fiDe Assortment of Calicoes DeLaioes 1
; ,
Militia 6th Judicial Circuit
l County. of
f Florida> Joshua Platt, Administrator on the Estate Brown Linen 40 Sacks of Rio, Cuba and Laguira Ccffee. 50 Boxes of Kerosene Oil Cballeyi. Alpaca Bleached and Brown .

: of D. Tend, deceased, !aintift a Cotton Ososbnrgs Jeans, Caw mere Flannels f
I ; and
30 Barrels of assorted Crackers, 25 Barrels Irish Potatoes. .
.Miauthj. Graham and George Graham, Admin- Undershirts, Hickory and White Linen Bosom Brown sod White (Kentucky Jean. Hickcry 1 ., '
Utratonon the Estate of JohnCaaoo,deceased 10 Kegs of Powder, 5 Dozen of J. S. Lt'vereU'xes., Stripes, Ticking,Ginghams, Striped Domes 0 == : .
: defendait, I Stave level and will sell at Shirts, ic. Also tic. Ladies' Hose Hslf Hore, Handkerchiefs, v
i apon I 50 bags assorted sizes Le Shot 5 of Goshen Butter, -e. Z t'1 -
'public tutor. ; for cash, within legal hours of Roy Kegs Ribbons, of all descriptions 4c. y: t1 -- !
I ale, befire the Court House door at Pine Ler. A fine lot ofReadT.Made y m ?
i el, the County-site of said county, oa Monday, New Style Hats for Gentlemen, Boys and I And in fact a large and varied Stock ofantation E4Q !
of A. D. 1870, certain "'2 > -
the 4th lay July, a stock m :011 -*
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wit : y Ladies, "' -t O 1-3 :
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upper-bit = 2 ; t
Which the ,
public are respectfully invited to BOOTSand SHOES, Bats '
and under-bit in
ed. C L Crop split one ear
call and = t:=j .a.E -
i. t sharp in the other. Branded. C L Levied examine. Prices will please alL : ra'

upon as the>property of said defendants to sat- C. FRIEBELE, !: r
: iafyacid execution.This Tampa, April To suit the wants of our people, all of which has been selected with r '
j nth day of ApriL A: D.' 1870, will be the greatest of care, and _
sold CHEAP FOXcASIL HARD W
Call and Examine ARE. o
; our Stork and 0 :>
j. f you win find almost trj .
ANDREW W: GARNER. any "
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TIN 'V ARE. thing want,
you and we will ,
i guarantee satisfaction t:
I you as our goods ore new fresh and staple, V :=
I .:, . Sherpa and sold at popular prices. ..;:,0 .. *'.
Pans Stamped Wash Bowls, Milk I
( May iKh. 1870 tds Dish Pans ; CJ
v Cups Spoon Pocket Knives, Dippers L BLUMENTHALACO. x J
r I i Plates Candle Sticks: Kettles, Garden (!jm C01KJ] ml! -
'I: 'i: .r.rF' ''NOTICE. Trowels. Watering Pots Match Safes, ic. ) 0 g
For sale very cheap, by '
t J. GOULD is fully authorized to assess C. L. FRD2BELE, New Goods ;
i J l ; $. Stan and County Ttx in this County. Tampa April 12th.WANTED. aai WOODWARE
:: i ", -He can be seen at E.P. Grant' Store. :: ted.J .
: J. B. HAY Tax AsHnflsoorough AT THE

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; I r, S. R. WILLIAMS. 150 J 000 SH OOODCYPBKSS INGLESBy 5000 Ibs of Dry Hides, SAD DOL E R Y, f&C New Store '


C. L. FRIEBELE. A Fresh supply of Having removed to my New Store Ism now :
r Physician and Surgeon March 15th. to fur niKh the public with anything -
: U UlQItE&T PRICE PAID, J. BLUJIE.YT11.1L If ,,0.o they need in my line and cheaper than
FAMILY GROCERIESButter can be purchased elsewhere, I-have just rec4 I

HAVING LOCATED IN TAMPA, tenders WANTED\ Flour, Corn Liverpool and Bay Salt s
Irish Potato, Onions. Corn Mel Grit Soda- .
IbW Froflesdonal Services to the Citizens of Crackers Cheek Coffee, Lard. Salt Starch, I '
: 4UUU Candle. Mutch. Shot,:Powder. r
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.Tampa, and rieinity.Office LBS OF DRY COW HIDES, W1z.'ted. Chttir, Epsom Salts, Wright's Pillm Laudanum. Paregoric I ,::' .'
-In Vincent Leonardy residence. and Camphor. ;or.;.
Tampa May 11th 1870.Dr. ZUU(J LBS. OF DEERSKINS, Starch. Also, a splendid Asssortraeut of t

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By C. L. FRIEBELE, Soap .
i o PROFESSIONAL SERVICES :

to the dti: fp* of Tampa and, surrounding WANTED. ,For which We pay the highest Market Price, L BLUMENTHAL &: Co. Critters, Calicoes. ShtrtlnRti. Sheeting Osn&b J'iIo '- I
2'00 ooz. CHICKENS Linen B>.l Ticking, Hickory Stripes DenimsDeLaines.ter -

comtry. Cant from the country promptly atOFFICE 20o Doz. EGGS. (eroltlle 011. Tea, Coffee Sugar, Candles \
For which the highest price will be paid. .
teaded..' I a L. TIN-WABE OF ALL KINDS.HARDWAHE -
,, ;:- t At Mr. Samuel MitchelTs redt .. FRIEBELE. WANTED Lard, Pepper, Soda, Hnitard, Spite, Candy, -

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,. i Tampa Flal:, May 4th, 1870 ly.I ALL KINDS OF i All kinds cf Smoking and Chewing \ _'

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.1 For Sale DeelSliins ROC K Ell Y-W ABE, \ ; rt

PI a i nand Fancy CORN & FLOUR .. .
The final assortment t/ s t k
\ I Torsr a of a lain T. 29.XI 1 BLUJtK.YTllAL.t
South. B 19 East contains WORKNEATLY ro And we will continue to rf'"i1'e l by each \
141-63-100 acre*, and lies%mile JOB Usm r from New UrUsno end N.. Votk additions
'I' or thereabouts, east of Tampa, on to our Stock.: Uife us a rail at the
the Bay. Hu a dwelling house f Shoe I
f I! and other improvements smile known as,tae Blue Store It
r I "Oate'a P1sca.:' t
f 1 dAMa, S i of R'E. 1.8 InT.'28,8. Brags EXECUTED AT THEPENNSTILA.R And we ..ill,fll Tnu floods si low M they can e
i i =''I E. contains 73-83-100: acres; has improve- b purfhf'rd in this section.TEI1 Splendid assortment ofX400
nents,and was lately occupied by James J. -
Lewis. Tampa Cedar Mill. 0 I
t / Also. Lot 1, Block
.eral map.) For Sale. 1

p Aim Lot 4.. Block 5S. in Tampa;(see (kneel TIT E ABENOW, AS HERETOFORE, U OH BARTER IN COUNTRY PRO- .And, in fact, you can: any thing that Is kept in .' M t 1 .
l} a Hjx) A valuable place situated four miles west fo If we will nay the highest Market Pace prepared? We purchase 41 CEDAR at our Boom, fur which I a First Class Store and at price*which will..* ",.r :
j:: Apply to the subscriber.JOHN Tampa. Apply at this only purchase "00.1 Cedar free of tontah,- Give me a caQ.
worms
and
straight grain a* free from knots l
DARLLNG.I and rot as pOKuble, and to measure not l lCIIII than DUCK at CASII .
OFFICE Seven inches\ square at the lowe cad PRICES,
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.1Is t.: ..o1ii&Y; t._ I ,, ; : I ,Dissolution. .. 1 Notice Fresh Arrival ) BAKER J ;. 4i T

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,, <\ao. : TIlE PARTNERSHIP heretofore existing TWO MONTHS AFTER DATE I will pres- FLA. : i > I
AA BUSHELS CORN .
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XT OMS01 ..-&:4JI3. I the undersigned, in the mercantile )' accounts and vouchers to the lion.P. I g Q ;

"' I ..; business at Alana, Florida under the firm O."'Wal]. Judge of Hillsborouga. County ''' tiM
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I : ...."!': -, -, ...,. ... I nsneof a J. LJOHTSEY & CO.. has been Coart'foT an Annual Settlement upon the'es 20 BLS. FLOUR ",."'.." .
_.: .nia-iDP1 merie'from beading SIftS', dissolved by mutual consent Either party iiaathorized tZ.t4bOf. Hilton TV.Johnson'' deceased. 1 HHD BACON, -' If"
( TOta graceful pinions powzzg.l.. to settle outstanding account Win :B. HEXDERSOX. 1 TCE RICE 'ip,!!'" I }
STEPHEN LIGHTSEY. Administrator. CHEESE.KEROSDi'E, I
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Pours out a liquid roundelay, .Iff/t .
CORXEILUSW. LIOHTSEY 8w OIL. ) >" -" !
.Tampa April 18th. 180.: 5--5 :
3 Ju ftj ;i1 1 "'\ Alana, Fls., April 25th 1870.! 5w CRE.UI.CltACKERS. or. f :

; ,. Ike cock-g? 1se drams, SM. sounding: legt SODA and LEMON CRACKERS DOSS t''
Notice. A fine lot of Lonllard'n Superior \\
The fox forsake the :

S The wood-cock prpts'from COTCT.fen and bog. ;No.tiee 1 FOUR WEEKS AFTER DATE I wffl file my :.TOBACCO.IVr sale by .. C. L. FRIEPELE, I DR. SHALLENBERCEIT9 i 1

From upland leu the plover. on to the Honorable County Judge of Fever and \ '
: PUBLIC ARE INFORMED THAT Elemando County for an axsi;;ument of my I AgueA.1TTIDOTE
: :;J f ) T r. : f THE have purchased the entire stock of tat dower jn the estate of Basil J.. Bowden,.decease j BAKERY, I

The cpeeUed trrat irU up the stream lie belonging to JAMES ALDERMAN.' Parties .. : 10W ''O1NjP.1LI .

;. Beoeath the rustic bridges, using any of these cattle without the permission MARY E. BURXSIDE.BrooksTille ; JOHN, FLETCHER. ; .u hops tti. ChlUa.ThL. f ; f

.: i{:"WhiW'fiock' *'ofp geo'p.De and gleam of my agents, previously had, will. be Fla, April. IStb 187 4w. b.. .Medicine has ben before, the Pub -

I O'er beach and maple ridges; prosecuted. fifteen yean, and U still ahead of al otir ,
trills SAMUEL MITCHELL Notice. \ AND \\VITLIEGoodi known remedie It dost not pars, da \
; .The.. golden robin his.note Tampa, Mch 2M< : I mo. \ ;
Among the netted shadows.bobolink. I. cIx; WEEKS AFTER D.\.TE. I will apply to not aicksn the stomach ia perfectly alas I

I-) the Hon. Judge of Hillsborougb County any dose and tmder all elmuastaaaM. alis .
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I r 1 -,0 \ FAIR NOTICE 1 Court for letters of Adminjbtratin on the estate -AND the only Medicine that"m. ,
# 3fdesjiifcIthetn4IowL. of John Leveque, lati.of said county, 'deceased. f CURE IMMEDIATELY
,', THEREBY FOREWARN all from \ (r ighty Ln land l-
A.:: persons ) \;. form'of Fever n
-. i.I .The.peeping frogs will.silver bqlls. J. interfering with any of the cattle belonging -" JAMES F. HENDERSON. permanently every
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:"" In rythmical oration,, to the following( brands: The JA stock; the Tampa April 18th 1870. Cw." Ague because it is a perfect AntM.t.31aI.r1a t I

H -fteur-de-1is stock ; the Cart-wheel, T S :
: Ring out a chime of treble ] and Circle T stocks. Any person interfering "- -. \.._ Bold by all Drugg4. : .,

:.InJQyous'gratalation ; or Selling any cattle in these stocks, without Notice. ( '

,rTne low'of Mne is niggling! with my authority,.will be dealt with according to AT i. .

,. _, ., The s'Dgot lark and sparrow: law. All persons having demands: against the Es- : D pTY'SWASIIIXG H,
Wm. H. ADDISON.
tate of Malcohn C. Peterson, late of Her- QI .
I : .._.____., "",, Andfaflo'wfrIdaeegToWiDg' 'blithe Manatee, April 12th, 1870. 2m. nando County, deceased,1 are hereby notified JOIINJACJSONS.UAVING .\.! :-. i ;

I : :: Beneath the plow- and harrow., to present them duly authenticated: to the undersigned ie- .9 "3F .
.": : : > NOTICE.DR. within the time'prescribed by law, OPENED MY GOOD. I RHSpeclfully : be \\ NA6HINLK. \ i j
:. { :: The moon all ought serene and white., or this notice will be plead in bar of their re IL invite my friends and l the publi
term nor*<*' shod At
A. S. CHENIVA notifies tie All indebted to said Estate to call and examine before ,.in n .
I .' DK public, covery. persons purch p .
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; ...On! JaV 1 !and. ftreaia la_ glowing, ) 1 am thankful ., my friend I
being called on business to Ohio he are desired to come forward and make immediate where.: My goods hating been taught
:' While rippling fountains sees her light will return to ;Tampa in June next Those payment toJOSEPH CASH:: they are told .. low IS any can patronage.nnd hope thev will : .

_. Through woodland IiUysAog. .; having claima against him are requested to B. WALL, bought in thin market. My stock of II.KRAUSE. 'I I .
such his and those to Brroksrille, March 10th 1870. Adm'r. j
preaept at return, owing I
And all night long a low sweet song 14Hi V.S: 47ly. .
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him will settle at the time.5 -
please same ._ .
Sweeps o'er themistyjiollow; Tampa, April 6th 1870.. 2m. DRY GOODS -- YAt t tC t- ,
>. From naiih'and fen, from bill*n4.glen .' Notice { WEISSBROD, :
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: From brook and field and follow. Valuable Place Containing Or ,
2 u.
.'. '. angeGrove &e, For Bale. Au persons having claims demands<1 against ti the largest '\brought ,to Tempo cona 1S I .
It is the; time of pleasant thing I the Estate of Henry Iloixs\ late of Hernando ing in fa1tof !I'. :
: A .Valuable place situated on the Gulf Coast, ; deceased, notified to S MAKER\
his Issues county are hereby SI LKI'mx *. L.GlXGII A Im:
When LOTS makes : '
_. up is offered for sale '
: '. Li just above Egmont Key present them duly authenticated within the Uinea. 1-1 a 0 1".18.l Shirt Bv.om*, Cloak: : *. :-> t
))0 p' : f',/ d hearts weU up. like hidden.springs, upon reasonable terms. Lpon- this place there rime prescribed by law or this notice will be Shawls 1 Dal.orals! Slockiup. Gatte IP. : : : -

( .. f ::, Foom nuted. cells..and tissues, ; is 135 aero of land, 25 first ret* ]hammock. plead in bar of their recovery ; and all persons :5H
I" .. .., Hoop", Glo\e- Ioni\! >iut"ias, ( ) 1)) L E 11
f ; : A feme to e&ut break of day 1100 Orange Trees planted out Home bearing. idebted to Raid estate are requested to make Sliet'inr, 1'rtnU' Cloih. Rlink..t... :\ I ,
5000 Orange Trees iu Grapes, Guavas .
nursery. immediate toWm.
payment
GooJ iu thU .
Kil'l-on cud -
wer thiug
\ t d.'AsUver-chornsed matin- Cocoa NuU&c.: M. O.llRlSOXdm'r.. -: .
.! A liquid fretwork. in crochet: / For further information apply at this office Brooksville, Feb. 22: <1, 1870., 8w Lndic* Drt' .. Goods. : Ac. i H'l
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I., i'h me"satin,'- of e erv n.Gentleman's :,..",. I '
I. '. .. I I : all btv.incss; in this lino with
It t Holirrs.JndlcaU Ready:BIade.Clothing f
p Kegal' Notice. .lir.atek i !
I l- ; A"time to feast the soul the eye Fine Tioots( Sc SVvoea Ii Store. .' L.\TILTIT'CB: nD'JlOnD-.Io'D THE SWflniversal 1 I

: 'To watch each'bird.that passes. I I1'r
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.. ,' 'And half surmise that birds are wise. 4hth: Circuit, State of Flodarf. SIX MONTHS from date, I will present my J1lothes trinere 't'
"'\ ; the FLOBIDA. rtowsrus .'('ouutll and vouchers to the Honorable YANKEE XOTOXS vy \ '
: That \ ITfRE[
And men an only asses; ORDERED STORE .1 1
i .. ; in the of Tampa Judio of the County Court of I1 rnUld! () County .. ;
published City
:And then. to. tu,and raise the! load Florida for final t .ttlt.ment and discharge LADlEGEXS: i CHILDREN'S I,
J I t in said Circuit be. and the same is hereby Improved with Rowell's Patent Doubl Cog 1
: : ', With weary shoulders bei1pg.j designated as one of the Official papers of said from ihe estate of Green B. Moore, deceased -A S whttU, anti the Patent Stop, are now nques It t : .
And take the old well-beaten road. Circuit and that this order be recorded on the All kinds of Furniture tionably superior to any apparatus fc wssh" .

1 ........ Chancery Order Book and that the Clerk notify WILLIAM W. WALL ing clothes eerin enteil"and will say their J :
i I i..' That leads-onto the ending. 'I the Editor of the Pmxscmt of tins order. Adminibtrator.Bmoksvillc I. E T SHOP' cost twice a year by saving labor and loth .. I '
I .:,. bone at Chambers, in the City of Tampa Dec. 20th, 1869.: Gin. m '
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4 -:;, -- c POm > PRiCES-A FAIR OFPJGt.If l'
t. .:' : ALL SORTS. this 29LbNovernbei. 1869JLMtS ; '" of Ihe Tamp Saw J/.7/
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k \ .;:.''f T. MAGBEE, Ju.lje. CDJIDB.7-W Am the merchants in your place will nt fur I '.
I' \ ,., : Notice. donee nish or Krul for the )Jlticldueis Iit'n(1111-the retail '
Description '
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.'*. the that is caught by I \ Washer $15, Extra Wringr $10 : ;
L .L It 1 la early worm STATE or FLORIDA ) WILLOWWARE .\ I Line with neatness pnc v
: County of Hillsborocgh ( v '".:; .". > .NTT IS. from date, I will jire'scnt I batisfauliou lee(1.I l\\ and w- Kill forward either or both uuhineo. 1\I I
my
.t, .. tb1id. P. LYONS. Clerk of thn Cir- .i.i C, i. t. I' L .:.. ..}.t vonchtrn to the Judge of the guarl\Ja free of Alight, to plaoeH wheN iu] one in nell- II

I The'moit popukr general-General," IM.and for the County and f.ir .itcri 't.. oi.-\.. t ',.ui? of Hernondo: County Florida, T -'W.ARE. CUTLERY; STOVES nEO HO REPAIRED I in>{; Mid t>o Mire are we they Till be bktl. that :u ..
; Holiday. do hereby certify that tlw ir-{" ir,.; p f'>r- I : r', jp .1 $ ttlrment and .lih(' ug.: from thei KoLellan Saddles wo tigree to refund'iLe money 1C taiy; on wished
i r red copy of the original i ni er v : r, racor i i I .&,':. .-f FJAIIUS Nicks; Lite of said county Bridles I JADe COPTICS i to return the machines, free eL frciglt, after
Not the: chImney, for a studio-One in my office. /', -- :'VrfJ, Rite, Shot Cans an.} PUtols. : : l I a mr.,.th'ii trial accenting to diPWtiouR.Nfliui.ban.1 .

j., that won't draw.. Witr.cfi", ray hoiid '11 soi. f f 1 j W. R. NICKS Adm'r. All. kinds of Stationery and School Ron to. father or brother Loul>rjK>nj.4f

'.- the contest [1.- 8.3) ofnc- Scv" ." tS:> 1MiL { I r"kssill! Doc. H9,18C9.; Cm. Initial writing pjper. Ink ie.: : Produce rrompthattenJ..l} t taken for Furniture I the (buil ery of vanning with the hand' tiftjt ..
Much ado about nothing .
: : 1' OOXS, I --- --. Paints and Perfumery, o dais in the year, when it cnu be diKO K t-.
.. FU ,J. R IIAYGOOI ter, mi-re cditionsly'Drith Kw Ulorandnoj
i I") ,over Sypher. .Clerk C'l Jlillitoroash c. -
Texas has a black Ruby. He is a -"". : 1.;' Notice. Smoking & Chewing --- -.. _- -- ..- ----I j i injury to the pmuciiu, by a IX'ty ::lothctiVimiier -
\ and a Uuiveival: Wringer.So1t .
.. member. of the State Senate. Cigars &c. L $1)ippiu) hy (UiJers generally to bout liberal

: SHE RIP FJS SALE. OIX MONTHS FROM DATE. I v.ill apply FIXE MERSCHAUM PIPES.: I ,,11"'IlIt. are mnd<,. ..J.i
himselfl
: WhefldQearnaDimpO'eUjOfl : O to tbo IIoiorablo Jade; of the County '" -"- --- = K. C. flOVl: .
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J When he taxes.his memory.greatest .' Court of lli1"Wrul.h! ;: County Florida for 'nVical Fine: OLD' nYE WUSKEY, ALE Gulf l'xckcts. ,i General Apnt.S2 : .

.. .. MANATEE COUNTY Ulement of the Estate of Joab Griffin C1IAMPAOXE: I CIDCK.:: BITTEIW: Ac.Mnncixcs t: : OF t 41-tt :: Cortlamlt Street.3 "?\JYurk..
the ,
q moon!) dtcc-.mtil. I
( t' '" Tbe upondthrift- _ t
'' she Is always chang'uigjber quarters.w : JOHN JACKSON.AdiiiiUKtnitor.= : i nee" Line i I
.y" .". )'r. ; \ '" VIRTUE OF EXECUTION issued out SNUFF y'u ,
A jack pfall trades riou'ld make a"suitable BY of the Clerk's office of the Count Court of Tampa Dec 8th. 18&. :at.fom. AMMUNITION.;: & i 1 The Victor Cane Kill.
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.. for a niaid of all work. Manatee, County. the Cth Judicial Circuit pf - In be lr "' ''.T' ...''...:!_.......
'C 1 !"' I partner I r.u't'erJlbin:: can 10\ln.llllllt illie J :;:j J.. ...:..."' ......,. :
: .j. Florida. John T. Lesley Plaintiff and !Seth:! .1 e in: this""II i.a. '
) A favorite parlor! game "Sparking Eloward,, dtlendant I have levied upon and Notice. : A rr.-h '"ppl,- ofrnOCRJIES : ''' i iI

Sunday nght? ;n it take! two to play it. will sell at public outcry for Cash btforo the ::+. I ,
Court lloniw door, at Pine Let el, the county MONTHS I l l- !! kx .
ROM DATE. I w'.l: "
An anoms.ly-tbat: the river should be seat of said county, within the legal hours of SIX npply !J' : .
tb IIr/lmJ.l. Jinlu ,Viuin -- \
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t i ut t 11 ::<,r'. ..
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i'* rising.when" i I4 constantly! going down. ale certain on Monday.Mtb block of Cattle day marked of July,and A. D.branded Is70; >lo County for u Final St.ttl, incut aLit d.s- AL1VAYS OX IfAXI 1 ). : : ;?; ... ..SJ>"'- .. I II I I

: AcriticayR; of a famous ringer that a as follow*-to-wit: void cliarg'County' from,the.l irm Kbtate>td.UAR1UEF. of W, 1) Ounl, L.te of I I rill pay Iii,. lt'ijJifft, Cit**! prim fi> I .._... .r. ..".J'T"C.._......... --_--.... I II I

bc, nga a few airs.and puts on a great Under-filope split in each car. Branded 52. E. LOCHIAI.T. I COTTO. HIDES ir.tr.; TtJ!,){r ,fc. ; ::", 2 -..oI'.f"r:: : ,
r 4'"I .. manyJT Levied upon as the property of raid defendant A(lmiiastnitnDec. \. I 'R: 'BP 'ST----- A.'M. : ._ ura

: to satisfy the said Execution.Tbiithe19thdsofApril.. 8th 1SC9. 3'Jn.: t.j'1", I
A'Boston' paper admits that"'the preat 1870. 'W 3iIi2: ; t I
t ANDREW W. GARNER.
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;. organ of that city, is_the organ. of 8elf- fIt h'1 ft Notice. POST & HOBBY ro 0 '

- .,. 'teem.. May 10t1t. 1870. tds. \ Y or Vs, New York"
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STAX I
I;iy Why JSTC solar eclipse like 'a woman I '- MONThS AFTER D.\Tr.. I w.ll; i-ro. \

!. f \ shipping h.er boy I Because It's bidingi COLLECTOR'SSALE. SIX' my accounts ami vouchers to the Hon Com m is: s ion LI u r C iUt H t I I lia taken the fir't ptewium At :. 8tatfO Fain.
; lK, ., orable Judge;, of the CouutClIllrt of HernAnilo : L".. O'TOJlJR I-r. l1fi\! erS.Mirt are in 1H f'. JtaJe eiec5ally; for

i : the sun. County, Florid for Find, Stttlle: Of :-o.nn".llil'I! h'ir. ,I..n f'... I ertl hinSuiraCOOK'S. .
I : A Connecticut man" who has 'worn a ment on the t tate ot James A. Alexander New Orleans I.". ..J.oII.li.I'\tc-h| | : from this City I -- -

{ I 1 it has been in HERXAXDO COUNTY.BY deceIW' Y a Ste \ni.hip f..r l'E.5A- '
i.: ... hat for forty years times.says COLUMBUS Pv ALEXANDER I -&-- 'LA. >v. MtcKs I (WAP. KEY. ( { SCG1R EV.IPORATORHas \ \
fashion seven Adnunistrator .
:', and l I n 'IVAN tnUii :: Irright ,
': VIRTUE OF AUTHORITY vested in me Doc. 13th:: 18C9. 3i-f.m:
:; Crti\r. KFI.
ria lbs Flori.
about ,
bird to Mug Rt Ell TOt
i ; The early begins by law, I have thin day levied and I ,
upon tt f HKMIEHMJX JoiixV. : l ] a line of :-1..amlIr'! 'nnncc- I 1
in the morning. So say those will offer for sale in front of the Court llonne In Chancery, IDERJOX :;; : ( :
I. and New York.
1 i Is CIBCTIT Col"nT51UH Jrricui. \ G. FERRIS; HF>RY I'IIU" ; rreieLt t.t-1,
tt'e.ooclock : CIBCUT
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. '. ,. ': door in BrookKTille, on the 1st Monday July. THE '[ ... for nil FLORIDa|'ORT., in-1
I I on the Cu\TTIUOOCIHK
t. .A girl at a party.was asked what made foflowine described property, or no,much thereof ,, j .
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t red. She replied them horrid as will be sufficient: to satisfy the State and John W. \VaUrs ) r. *. rnI:1ItW.: : A. J. nut. s. r. ',::-; ,:-; i I
-- her face so -- -- I bfcontiniiftl tliton<*liont I tile
: Bill for Divorce.
Comity Taxes due by the parties owning the TS > .
1 : \ ". "..It'1' ..r frncht will bet
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: chaps. MID", for the year A. D. lbft!; and bock taxes LauraVatera, } ; '
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! Bill having bcou filed' in office in the Peterson Hill & Co. :: \cry |1.'il.e! etlitv ti
: -, maid fclike. for the year A. D. 1809; that may be unpaid to- rny I
:. An old tan! marriage anyother wit: A alX>\entitled cmise, tait being miKle to ,--liiM i', rt..ri.1. to utnili
disease-"while there's V.W; there'sjbope. hffi.Uvit, that the defendant reiii.lci.Ixjond .. i ) the l lmfii < 1 Cy>ley. WWiam, Ent-The S E 4 rf S E I Sis apl'ear. by .
the liiiiiU of the hixth Judicial Circuit ; < n \\NewOrlran\ ;: r..l
WHOESALE GROCERSAM
> R 19. T 21. .
: t : Dent, John F, EAt- of Flomla." to-wit : In Columbia County, I ;: ) their erop Lit innrliHl .
.: If a woman 'r.tl'f' .to chance her sex, ofTrhafrtl'gioa in ""hItl1tf'! It i in Lnl'ivor.t"r.'>.! tl"tt tl!h edefrudant !: e11rI.r5.| 'Ihe atlertimi of
. ... lIarvell..lkrrirn Est-S E 4 of S W 1. S 26. )been awarded the first
: would she be! She would do apx.-ai|' ami I :Va.. csr S I or-lrnni; (7oo U from JCrw premium at 67
:: ;. I nil, T 24. mur to the CotnplaiTL".' 'm.\ .: : CE.M.ERS IN i : -> tl.! .. fi-:. tint they) f'nhi: ,} Mate Fairs. Over noO" in tile. Cites rupiO
)>u b -then. Peed. Jeremiah wife-S E j of N E I S 20, t *', !? better and lo.
than
; th*, ugar other
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:-. R 20 T 21.Bcllnws.. the ni>t Monday, 2d ilny in May next, or tu>. j iv r" 'ite \1'I expense any *
. is supposed to be (a- lUmvMa. Mime will be taken an confetwod.' I l H\Tr" .. i.l IX QUICKER : |>.uoces.hloth S
:: Every clergyman I UJfstcrn t
4 J;. mechanical trade- John 1'- JYwf'M That publication of this order bo prolinrf, \ ;: oilur loule. | have been fully te te 'inn east"one *'y -
ir.uith at
:: \ maILin M>mr> official newspaper publinbctl in j \ t to New York ana fhroneh e"n'soCtlaeSouth and on the hta;ur CBIUIt

.-h&t.of a joiner.Somebody T SaxonB.W.-SEofNW4S21 22. It 19. thin Circuit, once a week three months. consccutivclv. 34 Fda .9reetrmrl/ .Y....." 2e 5.. !!| : : n..1- :,t IOWEI R\TC.I. LIDf.-: t ( Mexico, Honduiasnnd b nt" Am..neaI -
n'.e.. ;, : > me Je! <>n (',)1t":1 ntlg"el! I Dr <-ritivo catalogues ,r.t LetAaJrti..
/ that ladies wear veils Weeks Jumes-S E 1 of N W 4, S 2fl R 21, Gw'r-r" / says T21. M. P. LYONS, : i ; >-k ,-".! :rvf; Or'eans.: BLYMU Clno\ Jj CO.. Cill nnatti, t),

," : .:. on the principle that indistinctness lends WM. L FRIER..OS. Clerk Circuit Cotlrt, Hillsboro' Co. Fla.January. NEW ()HLE.t:: ; .- ,.' ....-.......tl.... ......_..1.v. '.-..:..t.... ...-.r... or their ajent at Jack orv..5.-, r 1 Is. nov ,
.:_ enchantment to the "iew."I 20th, l 'jO. 3m. t fl.! .
r '.' Tax Col tor Hernando. jy Agent I.r J.ha r'. To;,/. I'mason Fiori-b Railroad:
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1 ; Pilmftio Hour ; :1I' ', i teaairr tonail from I
;' i\Vt'lf.-rn doell'norSaY a Tampa April., 20th 1870.Administrators's! Ul* In CTianeery.bi : ::
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reporter gentleman Joule 18th, l (
THE CIBCTIT COCBT 6m JTOOAL CracrrrOK TS. i iS.
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died but that' his soul l in-"K EVERYBODY
1 suddenly ; #:.' \Vl verv Wednei-
"I i instantaneously dropped its humanity." Elizabeth Fi/>wDA.II. WbidJt'D11 is AND ,FOB MAXATTE: COCMT. ..rt. A'-V \. est and J Xw Or- : .c.r.I U

to';';i Sale. )} Bill for Divorce. S. U LEDERER & CO J i.airiictr.I! l tn neiidinail. to 11,-', I tM-ndTWtNYI.C.. ; Ihatn-
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.A pawnbroker: having joined a temperance George W. Whidden )IPt I :. and the AnltriuJ'OIIIIul at I | : *e... ,

t >. society, it was remarked ,that there COMPLIANCE with an order of the Honorable BILL having Wen filed in my office in the agent, wilt tli.p.itch re I nlUM of a&11OOO.tM E".ry article 10 be 4apo.'sd .
need be fear of his not keeping the IX above entitled and it jvort forwarding all such on populwtUOO plan Not
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: .: no County Court in and for the Conntv cause being made to FOREIGN I not to U pud fur until you know vtot
pledge. of Hsborough and State of Florida *... willon appear byaffidf\vit., that the defendant resides AND DOMESTIC I II expedited in its trnDitni .ion I I yen are to rte 4Ta. Certiar&te sa ,. t the 1st Monday, 4th day ofJuly next, wllto beyond the limits of the Sixth Judicial Circuitof | toT eul 91 r. w t oa rec.ipcoCc.uu, At*
:: '::1 There is often but a slight ,separation the highest bidder. in front ofthe Ceurt House Florida, to-wit : In Snmtrr County in said going Sot' lit, every Friday no

.i between woman's love antL her hate.- 'I door in the City of Tamp"the following land State. It is hereby ordered, that th'defender I DRY GOODS. I eoinjj! North every FriJnyi i I PACAftCo.MWcit Fourth Strnrt.:

I her of tbe ebtatc of Matthew Cbt.lll\'r, deceased, to- lo appear and plead. answer or demur to theComplainant's I and facility will be"l I .
Her keen teeth sear to swottlips. Cilll'ialla&i"
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: -. are."t'r1' I II wit, Aid bill on or before the first I l and '

j J if( i 1 I! The EI o4'S W !. S I4,, and- the El of theN Monday be taken,Cth Mnfcfi8f'tl'rotidl'd day in June next, or the same will 113 BROUGIITOX ST, \|. line at all point Consignees. r.y the'I

W i. S 23. T 27,-8 of It 20 E. as Your nbc li .nt
!. J Another Colorado editor lias keen driven containing. That publication of this order be I < < oervanU
I -, t -. to the painful necessity of shooting a 160-30-100 acre, made in Rome official nn''T8p''r' puth-ihetl in S., M. If'J'rcr. ) !Savannah F. W. l'Er.KIX-5.J: : Cash ?
AndtheWtofthaSEJandth.N E4 of I. M. Frank, IGu I I S Aptnta, :
this week three months
Circuit once
let a
'man. can't consec
Why people W .
newspapermen the
;I't.? S ol86e 23. andtheNtloftLeNW Uve Eckstein. j I trl'et.. New Orleann ,
alone. 4 S26, T27, B30E, 160 44-100 utively. ftp )
containing I.
I... I Iaat'L JOHN BARTUOLF, I'I, K. KOBERTS,

f. :.. of who 1 I. Clerk Ct Ct, Manatee Co. WATER-MILL Agent!
):: "; ,. Senator Carpenter, Wisconsont And the X W, | of th" S W I, trrf tie S E i Feb. 23.1 3m : Chamber* !Strtvt, >ew YOlk:
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" ," is an able lawyer, admit!that radicalism oftheSWj.S23T27R2)E., catai g I' I W. 0. FERRIS. PAID f'ORCastorBeans I

: 'I |s the meanest"c-ient' he ever undertook to 80-25-100 acres.\ :I ;\i FOR ;S..1LE, ,LEASE OR .. I Agent,

! I defend. And the X W t of th* S E!. S 25, T 27, F. 20 1 Sheriff's Notice. 1 17 X O W X AS "CIU WFORD'S -- Tampa F'.n
( It \ E conUinm 40 12 100 ;i IV Hillsborough Cork ..
: ? a'ref.And SHERIFFS County Post Otlh.Ell'Ck'tt
\ OrHOE. 1 1'S
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:; ; :: A girl must certainly be getting into the S E 4of the X E i. 52-:. T27U23 I : I J Jarjucyith, 1870 latter for in a Saw, Gins! end Gri..t MilL Bread !
40-12-1(0) now
r containing aT'-- operation. With or without
.; t -s the lumber business wbeq she pines for a 'If HE CITIZENS of Hil '.borongh County I'acres of Land. .
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.. These binds, all situatr .
ia tij of 1tt.r
.: ;\ '- ('> irnt'yok iuao.j ofWJrom she thinks a r borough and State ct Hondo, Cnty ,. L are hereby notified that Mr. J. D. UAi-: I I Reference to'Dr. F. Branch, W.I C. I be baa respectfully commenced''ntprms tne .
't dealV.UTbe ,, GOOD is appointed Deputy Sheriff of this 'and Rev. D. L. Bmnnin waufaetur-
::- I '; f l- : good t ;.'- Terms made kaora n dav ti!;'\ .. Tampa, Fla.,
'. |I r<>':aty and will from this date exercise' the Dr. N. W. Seat Cork. Fla. i ;
: i i tl 'j- : ; basket trade Chicago Is Increasing ;i C.D.1..E.VIX.Mathew- ln.l'. '=, !I tuLCito.il* of that office, in place of Capt Wm.I I} C. Q. CRAWFORD. .I : : of !.riorqniir l I ,
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; owing to the demand for that article i Adr.iTl ,, 1::. fcwent retiignwLj fleulgr eUtofllre! will he lit..
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For full
4 i j HEKTIY ALBURY. | particulars, terms, !('., apply at .
,. in which to leave deserted babies on good. : CLc.w: .,-'At.t>J.. 4 I Sheriff Hilb-borouRb CA.Jin. i office I IIf" Ik

i. ; men's tits: i :.Tampa. April 27,. 1870. t.ls. : TtrTp: {. 1870. tf I April 23tli:; : ) t. 1.F.Tr.IIF.r._ \ .

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