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: June 8, 1870
Frequency: weekly
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 )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1855.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1874.
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended in 1861?; resumed in 1866.
Numbering Peculiarities: Resumed vol. 1 in 1866.
General Note: "Democratic" <1856>; "Republican" <1873>.
General Note: Editor: Simon Turman, <1859-1861>; Sam C. Craft, <1866>.
General Note: Publishers: Simon Turman, <1856>; Wm. J. Spencer & Co., <1859-1860>; Wm. J. Spencer, <1861>; J.E & T.K. Spencer, <1866>; T.K. Spencer, <1869>.
General Note: "Here shall the press the people's rights maintain unawed by fear, unbribed by gain."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur" -1866-.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 3 (Mar. 3, 1855).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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1 1i i r' t_ !. fribi{ i t>iin lIafar, Sauna!b; (( rb- From A STRANGE the Nashville STORY.Banner., Storms in the Sun. "TALLER-DOGS." Tbe Human manufacturers Bones as Fertlllxere.of phosphate of (1, .1! J -

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,Iargtbt t1ma1at10D In City and Country...:. .. J.V.\ e MI iR80N'S 1' SO 1 8 &. ((0. Ono out of jealousy sanguinary, and one of tbe growing highest There following appeared to the in Elmira the Advertiser Advertiser, some: OF TIlE FAMILY AND HIS DESCENDANTS. In this for country the purpose, the the battle-fields bones of animals't of the .'- .at'; : I.

ADVERTISING RATES exbibitions of female courage we have weeks since, a paragraph, copied, I believe When Noah disembarked at Ararat he late war have furnished large quantities ; \ t

seen any, account of for many a day, occurred from a' Michigan paper, declaring had scarcely touched the pier when be of horses bones. Sometimes human :

--07- (! DJU: cfattor.sAXD. a few days since near the East that a column of magnetic light is shoot- proceeded to tally his passengers: He bones arc accidentally collected t ,

',THE FLOCIDA- PENINSIILAR. Tennessee line in the edge of North' Carolina ing out from the sun at a prodigious had just checked his last item in the lista the rest ; but the care and reverence among with I'! -

TAMPA. FLORIDA. bordering on Blount Country.The .- speed-that it already reaches half way Mr. and Mrs. Bedbug-when the which the dead on both aides have been ..
0 account which we' abbreviate from to the earth-and that in all probability, cringing figure of a quadruped came buried prevents such unpleasant occurrences t'I '

1 Square (occupying the space of 12 Bre- GENUL COMMISSION the several reports seems miraculous and by another summer, we shall have celestial sneaking down the gangplank with his almost entirely. Not long ago. : -

.Tier Une., or lea one insertioa..LSO extravagant. The parties representedare and atmospheric phenomena beside, i tail between his legs. ""Drat it, if there much indignation was caused in England: t ip I

For every subsequent) insertion......is.One said to be creditable and respectable.It which our rudest winter winds will seem : ain't that yaller dog !1" says Noah, aiminga by the report that cargoes of human as ; i. t

4 square'6 ,months...........10.00r Me: chants appears that the wife of James Davenport like a "June morning in Paradise." In vicious kick with his brogan at the well as animal bones were shipped from t

.One column,one year ...? ....., $150AdTertisements became jealous of a young girl fine, that when this big tongue of fire brute. But, with a facility born of long the Crimea to the British manufacturers. P Mih t 4!

not marked with the Dumber DraytcStreet near the Bay, named Kate Jackson, represented as being touches the earth, it will likely lap up and bitter experience: the brute dodge the How much foundation tbere.was for, the

t of insertions desired will be published nntil :' quite handsome and lovable. Quar- the earth at one mouthful. Very many projectile and ejaculating "ki-yi," whichis story w 5 do not know. Certainly l the objection t ..

> ,ordered oat and charged accordingly. 8A.NNAH CEO.. rels and contentions were fierce and frequent have made inquiry of me concerning this Syriac for "declined with thanks," or of civilized people to seeing the i ;: .

Advertisement due from first insertion and between the two ladies aforesaid.On prodigy,and, with your l leaver I will try "not for Jo"-he disappeared, while Noah, remains of their felluvr-citizens or ::ncc.- 1
I collectable ecoordig1. Prompt sttetn lor CATC given, sod to all liberal basin sdranecs CM en- the day of the fatal collision it appears to satisfy their curiosity and perhaps allay who had his sea-legs on, was unable to I I toN brought into commerce is roost natu '- .. i 1

OFFICIAL & LEGAL ADVEBTISEMENXS.TTlie ." made upon Puce In bind. Ociu-ly that Miss Kate Jackson, in company their fears.It recover his equilibrium, and sat down ral. I" i'
with her married sister, Mrs. DeAr- has been known for some time that with emphasis on the back of his head. The English manufacturers appear' otto "t I

L t. CCILMAKT JOHN FunIT: mand. passed the residence of the Davenport during a total eclipse red flames were seen Noah arose, and, in accordance with be satisfied with .tlie supply of the I t

Florida Peninsular baring heft designated family. As soon as the sisters were to'play about. the edge of the moon. Du- the style prevalent among the patriarchs, bones of animals, either because: it is not :: i ,
M one of the official journal of the ,Sixth L. J. CUIIRTIS & CO discovered the road the and 1SG9 to sooth his affronted -
1 ; on Davenports, ring the eclipses of 186S itI I he proceeded dignity adequate to .the demand: or because its 7
Judicial Circuit, the rate for legal advertise.tment. six in number the mother settled that wt're' anathema I
comprising was definitely they entirely : by pronouncing variegated scattered sources and the consequent expense t I
., will be M follow : Cottn Factors, three daughters, two of them grown, andtwo disconnected from the moon, and upon the yaller dog, which had characteristically of collection leave too little; 1
Notice of Application for Letters of SODS, tbe eldest about eighteen years were dark tongues of fire darting out sneaked unobserved on board, in of have last found mar'I' t

Administration, 5 weeks ............. $S 00 AND old, rallied fai force, and-set out in'igor- from the sun's disc. By observationswith the confusion of putting to sea, and capsized gin country profit.rich: in They bones, and at possessed of a a I I

Notice to Debtors and Creditors,, 8 w 8 00 ous pursuit (of tbe defenseless! si&terc. the spectroscope! and also by means the captain at the first port. He population not too scrupulous to sell I -

Notice for Dismissal, C months, ..... 1200 JENERALommision The trail was continued until the sisters of the wonderful photographs of the sun, cursed that dog in body, limb, bark, hide them. The of Egypt !' ..4I
mummy-pita con- ,
Notice of In o1nneJ. fc...... '.. .... 2000 had nearly reached the Tennessee line.- taken by De la Hue during the eclipse of hair, tail and wag, and all his generations, taiuing thousands of tons of the bones, of /

All other Legal Notices and Adrertisementi : Merchants. I Here the Davenport brothers, by a military 1860, it was discovered that these lire- relations, and kindred, by consanguinityor the ancient Egyptians, are now "worked"' I I ,. _

trill be charged according to the space they occapyacdthe movement, strategetically flanked mountains consisted. mainly of burning affinity, and his heirs, and assigns -=' on a large\! scale. The bones are dug out, i<< L .

number, of insertions required.at Set them, and presented a front arined with hydrogen gas. This! was j.ncioi'.s information He cursed him with endless hunger, with 'cleaned and sifted, packed in bags or bun r- I t 'II ,-

the rate of one dollar per square each i inser.tion. Bay SamnnaJt, Gco. sticks and stones. This caused!! Kate tai secure in the midst t of the: excitement perpetual fear, with perennniul laziness, dies of two hundred l pounds: each, slungto I t

ly Agents for and her sister, first to halt, and then to and novelty, and in the brief duration with hopeless mange, with incessant fleas the sid's.of camels, and transported #! .
--- Lime. Vller's Super Phosphate of I attempt to retrace their steps. But upon of a total eclipse.' It did not, however and with his tail between his legs. lie to Alexandria, where they are shipped to i ;I :

.gging, Ropeid Iron Tie always oo hand. attempting to retreat, they were confronted satisfy scientific men. For two closed his stock of maledictions by a England. The business affords a brisk I .1

I TER3IS TO SUBSCRIBERS: U.ual Facaicc extended to Cus hy Mrs. Davenport and her three years, )1 r. Lockjer, aided by grunt from sparkling\ display of pyrotechnics, from I trade to the modern Egyptians, and employs _
Per Annum,/la ad ranee) : ,,$2.00 instrument of which I :
effect the
tomers.JOSETU daughters similarly armed, who demanded : Parliament to construct a superior the demoralizing yaller : number of the "
a Urge population
1 fix: r Months : : 100 I Mrs. DeArmand to got out of the had been experimenting and dog has never recovered. in justice to whom we should add that; 'j f .:

-- -. -- VIX WAX J AS. L P"ILUIOIIE, way as they intended to kill Kate. searching in order to detect these flamesat With this curse sliding to him like a I they are probably not descendants of, thevenerable !

Justness Cards.LEGAL. I. E.JOSEPHINEGAN&CX fix W lie Instead of obeying the militia order, other times than at the rare occurrenceof revenue stamp the yaller dog can't help worthies whoso! relics they put I ,

( Mrs. DeA. 'made preparations to defendher a total ivlip-e. On t the SiOth of October I Icing "cus n.d." lie don't try to help it. to such base" uses. a J I

sister. Young Davenport, the elderson IbCy, he obtained a distinct image of lIe follows \oah's programme with It is curious to reflect that the phosphate I J : .
seeing this opposition to his order, at one of the proimm-nws, which he afterwards sneaking fidelity. Ho is an Ishmaelite of lime which 01'1formt'd the frameof

R (ct IF SI ft <0ga> once let go a stone at her, which took effect :!! traced l'ntirl'lnnJuu,1 the sun.- I among dogs. He receives the most oppressive a member ot the Egyptian: aristocracy f' ti

lV. J. BARNETT. on her head, breaking her skull\ and Astronomers cjn, thcrefot, now. study I courtesies in-the form of brickbats should, after quiet repose of some thousands ...e... :
AND prostrating her lifeless to the ground. these flames at any till It'. hoots and hot water, which make
.. of years, enU-r upon a new career of I
I The heroic Kate was thus, at the out- Observations now I l bt:ing taken show his..life an animated! target excursion. usefulness' In a distant land as an excellent l. -I

r ftDrnt 2 litBnOOKSVILLE j\1\\' nlU'i .s n l ''IDjmJli1nf.s set of. t the engagement, }left to defend her that storms rage upon llio f::lh v..uh: :a! vio He board around like a district i schoolteacher manure for turnips and other garden I t! -
.self. Sbe rallied and maintained her line knewof which we can furtwo l.lIl.l'l"lion. |>- / and it is mealtime with him vegetables, which may in turn furnish thenecessary
by indiscriminately hurling upon the attacking Hurricanes! sweep otertssuriace' t\\ nlour houvs in the day. The rest 0-
phosphate of lime to give backbone ,
ti FLA.THILL Ray S/cf, Savanna. Gco. party such flinty missiles as came with terrific ,'iolcnc e. Vast cyclones of this time he hankers after something to to the British aristocracy Great ,r _
a One of these shots 5U fires into : at the bottom ,at. lie is too omnivorous for _
D4NCES made on Cotton eon opportune to her. wrap whirlpools, < an epi
Cesar hole
the wind
"' k stopping a to keep ,
THE era mIn
un to our Correfpoodents inNew took immediate effect upon the elder Davenport of which our earth could lie like a cure. Cram him at Delmonico's and he i
Jndidsl Circuits, and give prompt atten- is nothing in comparison !
I away
,lion, Wall business entrusted to'him. sod Iron York TIM snJLUerpool.fobbed at lowest Bagging rstet., ocSmT.BEEIIEN Rope l lay, slitting one side of his face boulder in a volcano. Huge flames dart would hunger for dessert from an Albany What future tradesmen will grow rich, .",

Doc. ttKh.... 18C3. IT open, and placing him hur&tdii combat.- out to enormous distances, and fly over boarding-house. and what future turnips thrive, we wonder -
r' Turning her attention then to the mat..r.nal the sun at a speed greater than that of Ho can't be utilized. He is too tired. on the tombs of Westminster and i\ t

Joseph B. Wall OLIVER head of the Davenport family, she directed the earth itself through space At one As a swill-cart locomotive, a hunter, or a St. Paul's) or the vaults of Cologne Cathedral : --..,
Late Editor r TalUhsMeeSentin< I a stone against her head that inflicted time a cone of fire shot out 80,000 miles, sentinel, be is ignominious failure.- the < '
or 'ghastly! sepulchre of the '
COTTDN ,ACTOR a severe wound, and laid her and then died away all in ten minutes' The dog churn was a strategic attemptto
Capuchins at Home The more carefully J I
j f t 11 r 1ltJ! niBROOKSVILUE. t cr au's COMMISSfN MERCHANTS sprawling on the field. This accomplished time. Beside such awful' convulsions the employ his waste energies, but hehadn't I the bones of the great or the sainted: ; Ji tare

the brave girl slowly fell back to a mimic display! of a t terrestrialolcano or any waste energies, and butter (preserved, the less likely it would ,
i -AND- position"where she could supply herself earthquake sinks into inl i rnifical1l'e. had too nun'h self respect to ';come" at appear / -
are they to "rest In reacc-Er. '
FLA.TI7TDL C EX ERA LPUR C HAS IXC and with necessary ammunition.This There i is nothing in these phenomenato I h's: I l.'rsuasiuu. So the dog churn was -.e._ -, ,

J- ORW.lDNOfGB.Y7'; point obtained, and being still be- alarm Ul. They have, in aU* I'robahiJ-' dropped.No A GAY YANKEE PARSON.-Rey. Chas. .i i

II eialCircuit PRACTICE*, and in give the 7th prompt and nth attentiono Jndi- Savannah Geo.Co".i seiged, she again/ discharged a shot, and ity, happened constantly! fur ages pa .- sausage' maker clare foreclose his B. Smyth a sensation preacher of New J :

all business entrusted to his care.- nmenta Cotton, Corn. tjrupVool another of the Davenport hays wilt<-J.- That we have now means of investigating lien on the jailer dog, lest his customersno York, who first gained notoriety by his<< !i t
!*. Tobao. Uic |uu 11 Lich Then the Davenport girls rallied and their nature, and measuring their height longer ''soothed and sustained by an peculiar sermons on the "Black Crook, '
liberal advance ill Le made when desireO. made a desperate<< charge upon her with and velocity, furnish no cause! of anxiety. unfaltering trust"-transfer! their patron- held forth in the Eleventh Street Presby ; t .

H.L.MITCHELLHt ,- |Ptu*rsunal.!i.ce.slleaiioi, given to the 1.1.1. of h- al I clubs ana stones,inflicting serious wound. Rumors of these discus cries have crept age to some less audacious dealer. The terian: Church last Sunday, and performed f _

ap hut not succeeding in getting her down. into the papers, exaggerated by repeated savages: vfco admire baked dog, and who 1 many strange antics, not only in the .*

ISON & GORDON Just at this crisis Kate, hard pressed as copying and l sensational: : aJdilionsJ'1 can even attack tripe and explore the mysteries pulpit, but elsewhere. He discussed! the t,

rur 31V\1, she was, and having no time to stoop to have given"rise to these U1)'st<, of hash, without dismay! acknowledged McFarland encounter, demanding: a law f .

gatherrocks, to defend herself, extricatedfrom uncalled for predictions. the yaller dog to be too much for prescribing death as the punishment for '

t .; TAMPA. FLORIDA. c[j @ t: > ]IT s, her" pocket a small pen-knife, meas- --. ...--- their gastric intrepidity. adultery, and after finishing )his sermon, .

uring about six inches in the blade, and ) lie always manages to belong to a called together six reporters who were :
Lotern F\! omd lUektcaxdiiui'N commenced ,an indiscriminate and very A CCRIOCS weeks PHYSIOLOGICAL since butcher llEXOY.of ragged, tobacco-chewing, whiskydrinking present, and asked! them out for refresh t i .,.
i e-J* wild and general cutting: and slashing at E."Ototlle a master, whose business is swapping ments. He led them to a liquor and refreshment !t
named Frederick Keef-
-TTTILL GIVE PROMPT ATTENTION TO MERCHANTS11TE : the combined Davenport girls surrounding Patterson, N. J., dogs and evading the dog tax. The y alder saloon on the avenue near by. !
'II all business entrusted to his care. i her. The result of this fearful frenzyon lyn, employed' at the corner of Cross and dog is acquainted with himself, and Beefsteaks and oysters having been or-
iTanmflIlJ Go.; the part of Kate was seriously detrimental Congress streets, saw two boys fighting, he enjoys the intimacy with edifying con dered, Smyth turned to the reporters and s

J.. .A..-.n.-....R t .y sox..... J....F....HETDEESOX.HENDERSON .. ......... still eontin e business at the old f tsndiV to the well-being of the Davenport and ran out to Kahoc part them shoemaker, whereupon a tempt. He :slinks along through life, on asked them what they would drink. Their :
96 BA Y STREET: and offer our ..arcse females. Two of them received serious man named a came a diagonal dogtrot, as if in doubt as to orders having been given, he again requested i '
butcher his head. "
s to the UerchaiU and Planters of IIHUboro slashes from tbe weapon she wielded out and !struck! the on which end of him is entitled to the precedence. the barkeeper to bring him "some I

HENDERSON, and the and adjseent e-nntir* for the tale of Cot. one of them dropping on the field) (nun On Sunday Keeflyn was found dead in his He is always pervaded by a hangdog of the same." This turned out to be gin it. '
too other Prolace, also for receiving and house at No. 78 Market street.
forwsrdiug CoUor and Mercliandiiie.W loss of blood let flooding from the knife,, boarding Bntteworth held and sense of guilt, and when retributive and milk, of the former of which liquid a -
tfDrntUlj at nl\1, are .prvpare to make: iitxral. advance and the other so seriously disabled as to Coroner believed that the blow an inquest his,head tinware i is fastened to his tail, be "flies 1 his reverence took five fingers, swallowing I
1" vn coni, ameoU b UII for axle! in this Market be a fit subject for hospital practice. it being on from the wrath to come" with a horrified the dose with evident relish.: The viands .
?r where itieprefrredtu be forwarded to OUt This result contributed materially had caused his death, a post-mortem examination which be been of all
TAMPA FLORIDA. unexpected ought to very 8uggl'Sth'e bating dispose arose 1 1o .
frien.inLirerpol.NewTork l ordered and held Drs.
Kouon or Boltiiucre.llarioc I'biUdelpbia, to the withdrawal of the remaining Hlumdell and was Warren., Instead of by there to two-legged sinners of a similar or- leave, and Mr. Snuth, turning to the bar i

had free year experience in the Davenport besieging party, who quietly his head it dis-- deal in store for him. keeper, carelessly requested him to "hang
i Cotton COm'lhlloD' Business removed their disabled from the field,, covered being any that injury death to had been caused was IttlisllSl' The yaller dog is-well, to speak in that up." The barkeeper, who seemed j
\v\TJILL PRACTICE. ,..the Southern and leaVing the heroic Kate master of the \ italics, he is a duiu.Ii.l to know him, said, "All right !P and theparty ; .
oSarannah, w save an extended and of the which hardened
.11. Eftttera Circuits oftheState.MEDICAL. geotr lungs, were .. .
situation. -- passed out and separated. _
al acquaiulancelo\ whom we refer with I '
fideoce. The casualties sustained in this engagement and presented every appearance of a A HEART-liBOKE.v UOOSTER.-A gentleman -'.- -
-- WII?11.TISON. only amount to the death ol( mass of soapstone. The surgeons pronounce relates that he once had an old UTILIZING THE POLECAT.-It was recently i
WM. W. GORDON. Mrs. DeArmand, with the probability that it a roost extraordinary case, and rooster!' named "X(d," which he exchangedwith stated in the New York Medical :

the elder Miss Davenport will also! di*,, declare that it is incomprehensible how a farmer in the neighborhood, A Gazette that the odor of the skunk or ; -

Dr. C. L MITCHELL Oscar CheesmanVHOLi and the crippling for life of four others of f the man lived as long as he uid. :A verdict few days: after the removal his master polecat is a powerful auti-s! sruodic and ,

the Davenport family. was accordingly rendered by the jury made a visit to Ned's new home. On a sure cure for asthma Upon which,the t

.. FFERS HIS PBOFESSIONAL SERVICES Kate Jackson was less! injured than anyone in accordance with the facts, fully exonerating entering the yard), Ned at once recognized Brownsville Sentinel observes : F ::::t:
\ :ALE DEALER IN engaged in the fight!, and was able to, Kahoe from any connectionwith : his: old friend, followed him to the house, Erasmus! Smith, better known to old I' .ft1
1 to the' citizens of Tampa and surrounding ; her dead sister home after the bat. Kteflyn's death. awaited his return from within at.the doorsteps Texans as Deaf Smith, was firmly convinced # !tJi

I carry tie closed.AFFECTION. -- .".._- and wben\ his old master: again left that he was cured of tho consumption ,!V-:
Calls from the .
.country. country; promptly at-I CROCKERY & GLASSWARE _.. r A certain amount ot opposition i is a him, appeared} to be heart-stricken. Hei b)' eating the meat uf the polecat. :-..

\f. fed to.t OF A lIOR'5E.-Wh'n' the great help to a man. Kites! rise against i i refused to associate with the other fowl, He was advised to use it by Indians.He .- 1 I' ,

HCE : .At Mr., Bamuel MitchelTs re i. T4 WarrenSt JVcwVork. i First Rhode Island Battery went to, the wind, and not with the wind ; c\en ahead I and in a few weeks died, as it was thorght! tra>elled with them for some time r -
p a.LoaTamps I of a broken heart. Who shall after and returned to the settlement free from '
Feb. 2d. wind is better tban X say :
I Washington a of French: horse none.\ < manever
J1a..1Iay 4th. 1870 ly. this evidence of sensibility, that the feathered cough. t _
-- which had worked togther were sent with worked his passage njwbi-n! in a j
i dead calm. let therefore race i is wanting in intelligence! and The meat of this animal makes a savory
INSURANCE. it. Owing to difference of culor they ho nan wax pair, .
S.. R. WILLIAMS affection! dish. It is tender and has deliclobs '
were separated and rematched. But after ., because of opposition ; opposiiiuii! is a f
LOUISIANA the change one of them refused to eat what he wants and must have, to be good} The same gentleman has a hen named taste. .
Physician and Surgeon and pined so as to be un.en'i'ahleand for anything. Hardship is the native soil ''Dinah," who has chosen the woodhouse- The sac containing the musk must be I Iremoved _
to all away, seemed sick unto I of manhood and self-reliance. lIe who to lay her eggs/ in, and if the door is not immediately I after the animal has r t.
appearances when she is to will make bean killed. The musk will color knife I.
ready lay
death. A member of the battery, familiar cannot abide the storm without flinching, open -,
Rtrx? LOCATED IN TAMPA, tenders1Us 'EQUITABLE with their history and with horses,, lies down by the wayside to be overlook. known her wants to the maids in the kk-li green, and it can l tee removed only after I F
en, whokindly let in to her favorite resort. long use.
Prcffasdonal Serrice to the Citizens of expressed the opinion that the separationfrom ed or forgotten.
Her master says Dinah is a remarable Polecats are: very numerous' in Texas."! f .\
his mate was the cause lfhill'lkknt'ssand .--
,and Tidnity.Omoe ben, and must never be killed, but allowedto They are very prett--o various colors 1 }I.I
Tampa returned this I
LIP0 J JKSDR1XCE COSPIM] at his suggestion he was NEW POLITICAL MOVEMENT( is Onio.A i
-In Vincent Leonardy's residence. 1 die natural death, somewhat, pehaps in -easily! tamwl-make fine ratters, and j. *
: evident at t
e Tampsi, May llth, 1870.,. old place. With pleasure new political movement is reported l
y i atonement for the unkindness unintentionally all that, but aa :a general rule the perfume'i i .
42 CAXAL St, SEW ORLEANS L.V. the change he began immediately to improve t to be organizing in Ohio. The Cleveland : done to poor Ned, whose untimelyend they distribute with generous liberality is I ':
in health fat well happy
as as
lJ [ LIFE POLICIES.y..ble'Quarter- grew Plaiudealer says that a great namher be has ceased to not considered
QQ never regret. superior to .
) Cologne water.
!> ISSUES L Fifteen, Ten and Fl'e.Yea.rs. and faithfully, with his loved mate,, !.
... .nnnall1. r of war Democrats who went into tbe Our'Dumb Animal .. .... ,
1 with or without endowment. Kale M I did his at the battle of Bull Run. ...
i duty
Union party during the war, are now anxious ; ...- A colored woman living up the Yazoo S 1
low and terms as favorable as company in .
any : .
---- ----- back and A fine black whale off Minot's river
the United States. to get again, are making Ledge, recently attempted to light a kerosene oil .
"Kiatoing Stfrgcpp for thf Pcnsiog Office. I JOSEPH ELLISON, President, I I DROW LOw.-Tbe Boston Post says :: overtures for that purpose. It i-", tss! ;r- ,. l bt:)11"wed like a bull, then lifted up a vesselofc lamp from a wood fire a few days since. .-

,,,...It: : Y.' I J. W. STONE Vice President. Brownlow is going to the Sulphur Springs. ted that a correspondence has !h.''!: rrtf- ..,Jo burthen, crew cargo and/all, six feet in She has gone where the grapevine climb-

",,. ,e-; :.. : $T. P. HARPER, Secretary.3IILLER Well, let him go. When he reaches the: I i ed into between leading politicians of the the water, let it drop and again bellowing He eth, and the disconsolate( husband is looking f

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; Tamps,Fla. good care of him. anc. as \tVn b* fpunl it. i to wear out her old calico dress. =lf

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t : j ila.tlh I On motion, the suggestion of the Committee TAMPA: AND TICIXITT. WHOSE FAULT is if !-We learn .that I FROM. ITASUIXGI 1 I 1 fIOGAiSBcr.a' May 2&:- 'i hundred I '
I t e n a } ,Pent'sc* arrived a\ J<'at ertown -
: :. nlnsflt was adopted by eclamation.Oa : |he mail from Qcula for Tampa, arrives I W. sm. GTON", Kay 18.-Till araecd- that SVrtnan !
ingoaad Fenl.:1-:1:1'Came
IIou. Charles Moore has our thanks for ing"the homebtwtdjacts in tlterests/JC '
'motion tlw Execulive l' '
1 ; 1 at JBropksyilte In an honr after tie Tampa J trill MOD arrive. 'Twi hundred
". WEDIESU.18tht' 5iPSPECUlrinCE. >? ry t 'public documents.! : the:soldier,. which passed tllouse ,tD- : '
"- .- -- vas gitrucjed t as the ,tie?se of this .n tet? mail 1 leavei-and: >consfc day on provides
? [ it i1 fog tdjprsipjre t rttr'n dress for, publicatkmdnd In ma'rly'placeS i in tlii I section the cotton at Uroj>kaville< the dava: NOT,r' that;},every private.soldier atfficer who 'got' off at Patt's Dam -evidently old l sol 1!" f",1

, :,: J ereafter the snlcripfMi. psft ftftlePEXIXSCLIE 4 fcjtrlbi'Jtionthroughout t ,the county};.j' is i t full bloom. w'b se'rault is I this ? "The driver beht'e c i 'has:served in the army, arvery sean ; :diem The number of 1'rniansatStAl U!- ., i ....
'bans is estimated at 1,500101,800.
wRptw iper Sfaivin,ad* tvtttag'fotth'the gfca f)port ncc--?f ('V-- Capt. W; F. Sweat has again been'ap- Ocala and Brooksville !U charged with bV J man; marine and < -5Icer crier persotr Mojby, a noted ex-Confederate General, ,' t tis

I TOre, $:.:0' if paid within six months,,,,1 cry conservative vote in the present Jot. !ginned deputy( Sheriff for this county ing the cause of this delay. Can-: the who served in the navy oc United [ there organizing a force of aulry.i .- 1t 1 t
States in marine
i- atd$3, if not paid until the tyre$of tae j{ sis of our State affairs the imperativer'SuTy'SevoTvmg or a corpr revenue i;', The Fenian plan U said to be ,to wad trot t a
Banner throw t this i ?f
light subject marine
: .any: upon during thu .xcbcilie/or ttittrty t i
: ,. the border I "
: harass -
.* ywr eTKt JiusTSSni ctlon tevtnl ; upon all honest men to.j t-'I'hE'tct.-amt'hip' Lowca; on her lat trip, rr -r.t- s
&l ** ; ,.. .Jbat [it.Tc. --A Urgcly.)increase our subscription registerand:( ; to duly attend the }polls J rjJlanatettr took one hundred to'liuratrd.head of beef-cattle from': A MAN* SHOT.:, t-A man !named. Dawson -.}j shall, wit Lout pa) mof any tee : at various the points main; thus body distractiub.at-will make a i
' wi? sliot''itf HcYnandd confine. t ntior.Jhil .
9V. list. 1 e'asp our friends to exert the overthrow of the present carpetbagand not ()r commissions to Registers Receiverste, grand attack in an unexpected; quarter.J .- j t ,
.- We long since. Tho hot took effect in Dawson's of Land Offices br entitled enter one 0
ti.1vefrfortviJa -
: 'ib : this are again under obligations to j Malone yextcr- !
radical rule in State ; to givje! to J Fifty: men who eyedpt : .
section of land ntiineral of .
)fr. Wentworth, the gentlemanly Purser r shoulder but did no.serious danagematt quarter ipo 'aia
; day"fell! intojmtuediatelymanhcd tb$ military pr ,_
the people facts and figures showing the "Talfernatt: { reserved ions ihlie lands *
i 1 = of the Lai-aca for lath A' : sect
-, ,York,flan it S. rold uU at papers. : .ourS tried Gi'ilAings i is said to | northward. +
.:: T T _._,. .. .. mis rule.tpjrbic-h the'people: are daily sub- be1' J along the lines of railroadsother pubt t
tlfl.-rnl ) the who did j Latcstdispatches -
The schooner Arid was IB at Mass man shooting and i Mlic]lis work-in the United Sta wherever j MONTREAL, Hay 25.-
... j jec'f and to call without '
'. The.St n1At31o-- .,1 qJ/1lf. ., upon every man, I t tee one day: I hat week, with'a' heavy cargo' generally regretted that.he- did not dobeltt'r i |public lajids.have b eaor Jibe granted say- the Fenian aro tJqntitr. ta'Uuntfniitori : I
; :" tic t I distinction 'color! or origin, or of ; ; i county, Mending to crow. \
7 't'b sponge. shooting us Dawson is a- liotoriousrallcat (*by acts of1C otraressand; tceive a patent .;
dtsttfi d. bj' .fit tr4d..111 1tn; past ) differences! be loves his ' -. Six hundred volunteer will leave at
.. cru ,..If.'' .. .. : 1..1; 1 1' J, political as *" '" % therefor under and b}'rtue of the k
: f.tdt'r.., cbuatry'' lo.cojile'f i\toe red to the support I Mrs. J" J. Addison, ee sort df J. J. r provisions of tho I bouiesteaicts. on the UooR'Cor the border.
.' erv Jia. rcpt1 to tk th .. Addison ,E"! died Manatteer \Vednes utxTbo i is expected from.Queliec.
-t"'t* ,' .4" ... accept.. i.r on teniis, and conditions ben premibvd, G9th: Regiment, : :. i '
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.'.. <. tis nawsh"crown.Vi7 j' ; of, conservative. .' measures.. .. >day last. We would tm}'' to our subscribers at ( :
"" ; tt?, .A-., tf,' ?if ..'.. d. .,: ,. and all provisions of said t, xI.t'l'llS
,. Ou motion, the meeting adjourned, sub-* Cork'Attki; and'Hartow that:.it, was no bore-in l moditie'tl l, shall t'xtfand l tl' ap- TinFenians a.OOirstrong. are at 1 !ig- 1

f- '. ;: be' Cmaa ,U P 0 '.liar,,la' :a'pr r,i joct to the call bf'tlicl:xcrntireE'omntit < We regret to (learn that:; E. JI.'Graham, fault} of ours that they did not receive*, plicab>' to the interests undhis act. t'on Hill! intrenching. : -
Esq. is I lying dangerous! ill at his residence i- I Lord Kussell and PrineeCotieni'" r'own
-, :L k4aptrfu fallnrr--a pttfcd f ..', ',Af.. 't. e: last week's PENLVSULAIJI. The packages The bill has cot been al on !in the front with !

c ; ., .tcrcrosKing% the* frontier nif'' exchanging JX
a- few shps'with' the.Canadian'mtLtia'i. : :l l6 e! ;: A, CLAKKC, Sexy.DemocraticJlectln Mc-ors.-13lue & McDonald are+putting Post Office; but the Post Master says + May 2 i'. ).-The tt'einrnHcbments.WASHINGTON ,
; f. reveiMie todaamount iouhalt ,
Pcniatta', in forioji!, fled' ,!b.4t to :le, in llcrnanelo- up.i'Sfeam Kngiao; : at the; Mafia for the i \ that he overlooked tlfcnt! and hence they million.Sdienck. May SG.A mass of- l"
? Couutj.At '
; ,. ,)hoped tl\nttf4x> i is &the last v'oa to Canaeli.Bttrj ."' pprjHise of sawing, grinning: & !. were hot \I.'nti but arc still{'in Lis office.- has returned. Fenian news has been rt.'ein'd-hcre, from. 1

'.. '. .a meeting held, &t limoksville, on I ibis ,Gen. Mah-ton of Xew lijtshiro has which it! U ascertained that General OXeil i
f l\o one regrets iu-gUct duty on < 1 1deputy
tee TT etklj for Boys and GirK. .Safunlay; the'-Itli day of June, 3I j. A. i Wt. learn that souse fifty. Virginia. r been nominated for Govenuf Idaho. has l ton cap fur+]: He was seized f +
'.. i" the of our, P. M. more than we do., -while.tbe t
: This.admirable publication i ,ba I nearly f :1'.l'rl 'r n'1no> IheChalrJ} ; Dr. S.: Stringer i I Annllles are cxpectvd'at Clrar Water this part I The Hnreau-llovv&rd Coption CVnmrtte'e by Marshal Fe t ster 'and his
;', completed Its" tfijrd; \'it. A new;\;olpn>e ,reads. cal i, of.. tto, State Central. Exeut-!j I, auroiuer.'hVe FIRE.-\n Friday last, the dwelling corresporide-nt today of v the; mim-d Cincati t. Bc\vnfon Gazette., I a back fight eat was in in a progiess hack and, and driven thrust from the 1 t i -I Im f fI

L' 'wUl be;p in July, anti| pun ,i w a' goodIjme rive Committee, and in a fdw abkremarks !learn that the j litical! knife will house occupied by 11 r."James Williams in 'ground.ST.ALBAXS. J'I J I

to sgbacribc. The.publishers l promise 'fxplained I the t object of the nrcting to he again, in a short time, descend. upon souse this place, was discovered on fire. The revroar May 2G. Co1. Spear, of- 1 .

a rich and varied programme 1 for' tire I !lie sdrriirilof a Corresjmnd'ng Comtitittet tilpl'cting individudls in this ction. roof caught from sparks fiom the, chimney Mr. Anthony, of llhoclsland, has past Fenian fame, Las arrived at fct. Al- : t .

'.. : new'volume. with rn3.nyntwf: turc3: to confer with the( Stott! ;,Central Cvniniittec 1 The flames spread rapidly, and it was !been c oscul'nsi .nt of Senate' pro b ans. .
I 'I I We arc much pleased to J learn that Mr. t'!. The 1-'rniansare scattered anti arms I
: _- Gen..'p. I]..nniM.s ;. '-\\> have seen, at TalUja i.T o< h has obtained a Patent to WiiniKGTOS3fay 2-Thi' Senate accoutrements
; we think, a ;.largQ. part if not :a3i} of t thechildren's On motion'J. R.1Ca11,1)r. S. .Stringer Isis Manatee- land. i rift b uiaLed. The citizens generally, Lothwbit" last eight passed manvlls, ,: affecting country. Timv Fenians were killed and j 1

I : paper i in the United 8tit(8. and Dr.: J. Feruha. wcrr'xet. : 'lyd a>< such stud ('C.lort'Jwre promptly ou ,the' the* District i ,'including ihauown as the fifteen"ouneled in the engagement. OrXeill !. I .

'and, \r? rcgaVd'Durltff lrt'| ::j as 'superior i. Committee._ See notice of )[t Soni. lilaracnthal & grrnmd and assUte-d i in ext'nguishing; tbefire. Territoriaf( bill!. ) M in jail In Turlington. -* ;

A., 'tA'them ,all I"n'fact+;\ ''wtuld,rather I. I It was furthcrn-soh'ClTfu the sense of Co., In to-d2l.\"' paper, for cjprcus b)gS.- The damage done was light !liirg TI.e: House is considerinud will j>asj TORONTO, May :ii-=Tbe Fenians are ,
': i t3avqu i/I than allot tUe it tins that Conventior.bo This is' for lumbermen. the bill!! pensioning stirvivii soldier ud]I retreating fmni Pigeon Hill, !raying everything
: !'otbcrs combined nxtting;;, a C'junty au' opportunity our confined to the roof of the hou-e.WJien of behind them. No loss ou Canadian 1
: sailors Ibl2":
*:;.)Termy Sa -year*' .1. 'W4 Jlurke'o &I held at BrooksviJle!! at as early a day as -- I P. M.-SENATE -Mr. nthony has side i has been reported.lluntington \

*Co. 'publisher* 5Iacnn'iGa.The 'practicable for tho purpose'l/f at Key 1Ttat nof hang siw.e: tin of interest. ,
I' : ,., ,' ,_;,' _. nominating See adverffcehient (Tol. W. G. Ferris lee'n chosen Presiele of t tifre'nato. ; i U now point .
candidate; to,represent.IKrnundo] county'in Mr. Ucrjjdmin Baker: presented ua with a The bill tl i prevent nmnkd employee I The Fenians are reported to have bo- I
'.J" .. I m in to-dajs : Give the Ci l. ';a \
)la< paper. of O'Neill. ;
; nrio'n : the next session of the General Assembly lot of. pine apples+, which were, both as t to acting as registration ofticepas, with coine demoralized after the loss =
Met t >3d n;t./'tlirt.1 U-ing a, quorum in I and that preliminary meetings behiJd call and. lie will .show you all,. and more size and flafor, far Mipcrior to any we en amendment prohibiting } candidate O'-NeiH was committed in default of J j

the:Assembly? ] but 1onc.iII a than lie promise" )uu. for lTice> from se-rving.as jg o or cow twenty thousand dollars bail. : t
cTb ...rtistr.q .-
+ : at. the various prccutcs for the election -- h ave ever .seen. Mr. Uaker says that; be missinncr of t Ircit'u. The Fenians lost two wounded and two ;;, .,

Senate organizwl 1 on 26th fc? electing ; of delegates to said Contention++ and The Publisher i is on a wild goose chase will haM about :,0\0 dozen pine applusfor Hocss.-A general hi was paw d I killed near f.1fanJ by shots from Canadians .1 t

'r George, Kl Wentworjh 1 President: pro t hat a copy of these prwcwding; be sent U\ l1 the dray We wish him hettersuc- market t. this year, and that he expects, gr.hl ling 1 pension*: to survive holdij and! posted behind! rocks and trees. 1{

/ii .' ,1"1 p'to ,j'fl't'; tUti*, but little of to tht Ffauli_ 1'cntHrttlur for publication.! : cuss iir this than he has hitherto had in to realize from S2.JO to 3.00 pe-r dozer saiWs of the war of IS 12. tl amend Time> Federal] and British troops are advancing ;-

nl rarity. :was done: by, cither i After fl'\ brief but, his matrimonial aspirations. nu'i.t !hnling widows wl l i.iarrie-d lt-- rapidly to the front, and unless ,
f; a ; eloquent remarks ,--. for them. ,He further iufurmed us' that fore the close of the war. .spf-eddy{ reinforced, the expedition in thvicinity f
:1OJ1i. from Mr. .1. F. (,''ooglcr and other the himse-lf awl three little Luc do all tie I will failure -
What }has become of all thc money A bill to reduce (internilaxc" was taken of St.Ah.us! proves a .

"If 1 -0aihe" 2Sth, Scott, -olorcd. : .,.introduced, 1 -UIl'l' (iug ailjoumeel.A.T.., that wa j}aid into the County Treasury, l labor necessary !in the culti\ation of these 'up and an,am.ndmentas aildul thatno *. t

.: tbje following resolution] :, \ FKIKRSON, C 'a. and what become of the State taxes l'l.It'ttcd 3,000 dozen pine apples.At .. national! .Sink should U-ompeltcd: to I'r n Arthur has gone from Montreal _

I 0, 7"irrxil. ,That atcprumitteo, of-: twj J. B; WALL; Secy.Mate in t act as a depository of pubfanls longer to the f.unt with the troops.Washington. t t

.be apP wed I by the Speaker to wait upon currency a meeting of the Democratic 'Executive than t they may select ; aacfterelu;jsing ; May 23.-Official dis- t.4

I' ,. .he,5ecfj; aulujj'h'j .i ai,"je of the As- The Democratic! meeting Ct the* Court *' Committee of IIHIsborough cf several) paragraphs; the uric adjourned jatcbred at the! State Department ,
..sembyas.1Paa) : ] to witl; raw the rtAculutip4QfJmpgacLunnianti delis.1)t ; county ntil'1'ut:; -sdNy. 0 show that tK* Fenien fiat o f Is e-otnplete.. I
louse, on Saturday last, was well alien- on 4th lust II. L. Mitcht!! --.
'. } th r report and I Esq., was :1; Dtr'cll Seta The Gowrlllll..nt IotlaoTdt'r'd tbo

iP p \ : .Cbaja iq cppnei'Hi tK-fewith! r.portcl l rrt't riVE Fits ra r J1CKSnNVILLt lI J.'r. ; precinct in the County wasrepresented. chosen Chairman, and J a*. !'. Henderson, 31t[ t troop* dipih'ht'tI to the 1 IuJrder' to retnni ;

i '.to. the Sl'uate; at the last session ,of tinlalatijrp -I'brlarc boa riling house of JIr. C. .1. : 1.'I- proceedings in tc-tla 'spaper. Esq I elected Secretary. We give the (' UJrll Judicial. May ticket 21'lertire eited Demoratio (to the forts from which they hull.t'c'l1! de' '

:. ,- : & ; against James$ T. Magl; >e-c. Gorhani', on Church start, was bunied on names and address eif' the Commit : Was jesterelay. ,tailed, and revoked the order to put theg..n'
J :.. .c f1adge of |thl SLxtliJadit'hl. Circuit! Court the night of the 20th inst., together with tee : '.,fir: Chase into commission: for a

: J:: 4 u. hiai_ >tilc, that tho! same ma! ) le fur- mnch ef the furniture. Th a.1ja+'t'itbaildlrgs Tht: Yacht Flirt, of 5-5-1(10(, tons burthen II. 1.. MitcheM: Chairman, J. 1'. ,Hcud [ I:Df.tYAroLIS, May 2S=I'he annual e.r'ti: >e e,n t the 1 l.11 ,"*. r

; :.,,-' ,. i t 4 'ther inqu'tre-1, into by the! Ao.euil4y._ and were immhu-nt. ; danger from but! at Point Penalis, by ).! JrhnIkthel ,TM n, Secretary, I/mis Hl"I{! Jr., E.; A. CeiiVfiitjrHi of editors nr.+l ,iblisher*+ caN! 1 It t has also been decided to hold l O'Xelil '

+ t ; ; I" tb 1be.CJff!; vr the Assentbl! } tn\u1mit the filling chide f< and !intense heat. ar.J i is now ling at the wharf :in fist t iI.l.ht' i- ''Clarke! Tampa P. O. ; John! .\. Urown, upon the Ifeprestnf.itiw:! .il I : >nofInJiat.a to bind l for trial for violating the neutral"itv
.P.9P) of,tths! Tf'oluljlln, to tire t'nah I to urge a r-diu-tieiof time 1.s.1. !iiws.TOI.OVTO, '
j the
1 -. \nr. duly j-aveil by great-txt rtioi1-: CJl.drlkr E. II. :Spurlman iVk I .
ju l a perfect I\ll.ulclof beauty.: ; ; ; paj..r m.l l;.>v'l t.u" .
,,: net1fatelr tit.ur three suiaSl > :
upyp tqr appuinGtu $1ill.. Two or : bIlHdia! <- ores torn larch Jobii&teiu : 0. W.\Ia) 2*.-Alt quiet el'
_i "committee." down kr present the spreadf I the t ttre; ilumII.-B> )' l'clr: MiKcwen\ at Yates. .. AKttia.Welcome Axx.vn'Ltc' ,< May, : .-The mlFlii : on Niagara and ,I Detrrt fo,"'ifr>. ;

L i IJ .,,,$The; resolution was voted down by a 'ill rl l a quantity: of lumber an'* f. ::i-5ng be- the residence of Mr. Madison Weeks in ---- -- -- -- - men beat the (,uaSer Cit}lab in a boat There' were- eight Feiiiinskilleel l and :i

., ? 'jJ Ji'J .\.. Mr. Ilaney,'<>f Frankhn ;- ior.n! ;; to So5oft! Hllbili -(n. L?'I j wabnrneeL > Manatee } Honii race to-etay. twenty 'Tonnehrdesterday.! The exelumeat --
count th ult. Mr. J. Hen
t Mr. Gorham's dll'lU e was iu>ur- on > Oar esteemed fd' \\.ciizl'n: HoA. Solon ]150TOX, ,iMay 2S. -Tl. Uoton] shoe has teiSMtl, and business has again 4
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; iostponlng, tlehoTe\ matter, personal pre>portT was insured for -2,.7.;. This! octet returns thanks for siib tan- 1 his bit to Florida! a few of his many S2.<>o5 for the Il'hI1lOlhl.til'nrs.! still closfU- guarded}. the regulars alai> j''tl1l1tl.'r 1'

,\'liicU adopted, and. 'thus, We think, -L 111111. tial favor received: friend-1t 1i t repaired to his uslde; ..(. this (Wedncsilav Calais, Maine-, May! 2 -The timber \ ) 1 j\1

: _elisEpacd of the. casorry to.learn: ) evening, and gave him a most between here ;aul St. John river is bunjuig '_ u __ _
.s9 j "., And now We-: would liijc to isk how of a sad aetideithlch l.t.fdJ'l'raftlr JLti i itti: :-Oa 2cli ult., at the rest 1 hearty and coruial! ie-ceptiun. The-y with great Cestr.'ctii.nForelo: l'i.ttllr.uS: t Fit:11E: :''wU.tT31\:

thU! effort OIL tbe of Judge* Ke-mlrick; while out driving, in cum ,an}' demc of Mr. Joseph Atzrotli, Terra Cea ac'accompanied by the String Hand, Al:'!'T.-It i i-c 'ornallr .ll1Ih.ml't'tl by j.j.Xu
part 3Iaghee'
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have the' : with t t\vu ladies, \f-U-nlay afternoon. Itileum Isle, )Ir. WILLHM. FCNJAKTY to Mrs. Prof. WcrneLe, and eompnseel of a >r". Gcnrrsl'Grrr( fc-rthe tjt time !in out
;, tq tesolntVm iuipe.-uhirg that c, from what we ran learn of the affair her of amateur performers both: skilled i MA"DRIP, May :TljiSpanMi! Goven bl.eirj that th' measure oiiK'rit m tho
gentleman. of *Migh! cftmes and ins,1e- that ujtrti e-oming doa the hill upon Er.ll.I. DICKENS, all of )Ianati"'oun- enthusiastic in their l1rnfl''illll.fet'r neiit have urd'-red. a nose search for army I is to be- .1..ttrt IrII.y pcr-rtnal: n'I I

Manors,' 1 withdrawn cotrprfs with hitoltnpatd ; the lid Air road,just outride the city. I t'. one or two beautiful airs bv the hatu!, .\- ] the Englishmen: eaptnre-d y thebrigayelsmarGihralteoaiil lat tior.s ,II t the J n'ld.t1t and a Mtp-xxt, ; j

i .asoeTtixna of jtIlO tnse atI the brea strap ;arc way, ai.d the \ehiil LSPThe happy couple* are credited torn c}' Cer-eral Williamson delivered tlu"wl'll.'ui'lle' l have a,ured the English of his: aJI, illi'tr-tti"lt.' Tim doctrine is ., I J

: persecution ? Would not an ir.aoenf (vua';' in ee>ntact with the horse, with the PrintirV; fee. address in his usually happy amiable I Ambassador that Spin will refund U>ldly announced iu a n-ee-nt J letter to 1
; persecuted they became retire, and.darted off furiously. in-anner.. ){r. Turman respo'ndedwith am raniseiinexacted.. ((('lI.'rall1anc'l'k, l'xl'laininl'hy the Tarter :

:man cbJ1n! ( 'r- en 'i investigation e.lgrave ;f I The lashes: were hurled from I labuggj The Count\ Curt fur 'tlii eonnfy! convened beauty and feeling, and at thecVe A manifesto in favor of !parten' is e::- t was out uppo'mtetl: to Mtiteed )1 njor- ,:

!: ': charge .against his e.hanut'er, ruthfrlhapjry ; '. hustiir.lig: ; -e\tre iijurie.Mr.J 01 Monday[ last', .T lhlgl' Wan) I'trcsiding. *- of hi. .* aililresx, invited the asvmhly of 1 pee'te-d tomorrow.Gen. General Thonu 1 in regular rder] e>f rank., :

i- '- to h.4VeMdi charges! u; it hdnwnby Ku.'rick. hel.l on for sore time, but was The dockets were light and the I friends and neighbors to partake of his : Prim made! a speed !h the Curt I'S He tells! 1I1lIil:? :k plainly! : that, occupying (f

tif'and : als-o flung from the circle: with great \'i-\ huspitalitytthick, was shareil by all present I Caucus !in favor e-f Serrano hispri'-viut politk-al petition, iie nee,l never \
'4q political e tht. rel y nmothj r wcm-e, and \,lus, brui-cd'and battered in i ca;es prompt!)' disposed: of. earl. with feelings of liveliest pleasure, L n .n. May 2:, lS7tV-Tlie dol.ate! expert l'r 'mlti..m. ." ,

1 "V the oho! fo f< %, ctm"n, >o:;; Tl lk' guijt' an abnu'ug; manner. lie i 1 trine J lxinga; ( i p11'3Sl.J to see. that Judge Wall has pc-r- )fr'. Turman, We are happy to ads! returns on infallililil'in' the Cuncil coiitnue-.s.: Thus ;s the army to he dragged through, I

phI y.!dread. .i fair Jll'i t!gx' t'x'n. 1'hc! Set 1- Mr>. BarriugtouV, :buffering greatlbut : fed decorum in all his courts. in greatly Improved. health! and] Of) the fathers who hat given unti;L't* the I slu.t :;iitu party j l'lJlitk. I,

f ale is ooupose-d. of a of Judge3Iagbee's no fear is Hilertaiiud for his ultimate recoery. -- gives glowing; account of the climate and ,I..of their i intention to sjw.c sign ?'t* vt ir':1t:i l'- !- to'e-onsider inithing+ in tluv ,
] majority I Tbe LiJlcs, we lnf1t' -IaHl 1, are We learn that Mr. Fogirt will, in a other natural attractions I.f the '"1:1114: : ,t f ,[ to be heard., The e-los- the eH-Ossion: pastMK.i! i. Its customs, ij< principles,

j llUlitlt..l l f1i'DtJ' .*. Ce-uKl be not t in to eljnger, tl >ugh suffvriHi fj iin theeffecs short' time, be iu this place for the par flowers." I1JM estimable lady and latili-' i is fixed for the 2'Jth) of .Tine, the date of its preeedents, are all worthless !iu his '

trust them Could ho not.trust bk own I I ( wf t'J? nwfe'riupatc ili,aster.-Sen- I' p>se of selecting a Miitable place for boil ter Flftra expressthemselves a* delighte-d I I U tho next general umgregjior, eyes. The! Kadicalhave: inaugurated a. '

r' '- friends Or is' tie like>; the Irishman whodid I rimmed: elb! !; a large schooner for the sponge trade and epefitted 1 l>y theiriht tIt T.\I pL.-1' Ijondem, Mgy :2, IsTt' -.\ pamph! t !new era fur e\er\thing, and .aj>ad one it .

; DO; want julthr 1 .Hihtia' (JnranJzr.ttoa.A ; I I We hope that )Ir. will the fatiattt Pic*.*, May ISM. has I appeared l at ]Oln"- iltiouneitig aciiueseence ;- i N"VV sentur'the pnnlkvion! that this
: .-- f Fogart meet AI .._.- !in the elo;;ma of lie.1 personal I i infallibility Grar.t-lIai.e-.H-k! letter will sume. day turn .
I ('Ql'Jntl'lhm11'r lilitic : CompanyTra M.cct t 's* and savours"cntPnt he descries in 1 1t
Denccratlc Merlin?. I THE FALL ELtruoi.- The elec-ticns of the Pope as t,mortal sin. It up terribly to H"t discomfiture of its author -
organized; lost Saturday at the CourtHouse I his CLtci prize. jt this fail will decide ; !is supioseil 1 to have been written by t the and a tar ten t tI.Ift'L..t! the
I IThe fret only the character i brave '
Pnrmant to call a large and 1 CLthcstasi t under the auspices: of r.1
.Tu'JgtBar '
t.f the tte\t L'nitcd Slates HoJs c IIf, IJepn.sc.jtutivisj ;' +pIf St. Urieux, and >re'ducTS an etraonliiviry \- M lder; it wa intends to inMilt.-/.V/N&-
ker. We steno earthly: good thfe.rgizatirn ;;!- FrredmanV Bureau sehool i in I -
of Dcmocrattc sensatiem. ,
|.. body. Conservative\C I {l.ut alsv tu a certain extent'l + 11 ictu .
citizens' me.t in the Court House ; I of if e niil'.arili:: Ji} the ]1..:pli. J| LuUl..e! of 'on'tructi\l in this place does i that of the Senate. 'ln'Jltl'n.1tlll1)! Lo.Npr = -'.'--
on at ,'ularlv tit when i! ; i \, May 2t?. The Q::'t'n's bits h'14x')1 '
parti at a ]law u\t\ e.rr
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I. > r : not rxHtction much credit those will t be, elect,',} the fate '! ta! h'as been ( w The Oncidj.-.\ dispatch from
urday, 4th_ inst, Major Jro T, Les.lv, 1 is s>o u.nch n'>j' 1.!it !l\ Cow, \Jtn I.I II. i njnm} wh( bv text Le'gisla-e- ii t..Jr Lr.ltl.jth an unusual I I.nndon dated the 15th. t
I Ciairroan'.oi the,Cocaty tXt.utiCom\ tLc cuunti}' U .cnjojiiijj ugh rru,'rkaiM'; ,?j, are construrting it. It look very much i I 'tun.- 1 ne Senators wheat terms expire ;al1tHHlt of festivfcu.s.f hju staffs the KritNh'government -
/ I. quiet when ,the :i-i.-of the o .Ic arsubsidingail {: 1 like tlirowing! to incest it i in i I on the 4th ei Mare-h next arc Mornll.! u f .i The French cable! fail to'dar (:? t th 1,)II t : sa iggostvd: to I L"n'r'l
: mittee,io! the Chair.On .- pa |IN : J money away t 1 j 3Iaine ,'Cragin. of Xe-vv can J/inistcr. Jlr..Motley, the ,
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j llami liijuAn- ;jb< twen JXbllr\ and St. :-'icrre. property
: \ the dse\uteut aid I';e.,Lr- ]buiUiiur{ : like the !in ; I itt t the Unite
S -,I- motion. ,..1d\fI.n1.; _:' Clark?, ES /!, i intsrise' : .pea pi\I:;g place to a tyyul* (. one course of con1 j I 1 Uu.ny, of Ilhude: Isian-l ; Cattellof New i The lan: t the. I'rfr.eb! cable! Rill I t the States e-omnv-neing suitagainst
ttnution her**. i! Jerstv of West i transmitted Ptulrtfula and Oriental
; was'elected Secretary, and ht-ahhy} public -c-'jtinu-nt nud at ; Willey. Virginia : Johnson i i be ?5uthe. : liies. 1 tUDI-
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.I"i.i.- : H...L.).itched!,Esq., briefly stated th"j 1 tne:: : too, when constant work i i is 5u,5NjHus 1 i Lsc.VPI-: or :,1'nlus EK.-Un Wednes- !.1 Tina, of llobtrtson:Viiginia ; Abbott of South, of North Caro-' dama Vessel'. > havdeparted to repair 'tIt da.ship Company ThiS company for the i is immensely sinking of) the One!
; Cart.Iina1'utritr wealthy,
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aLlo ;
u object of the to be the > to the grow! '! crops. The blacky : d.lY lai-t ;I and amply able
meeting norpa.nizatlon a young man named Jaine.s of Tennessee Grime lit Ohio to meet t any ( '
s ; anwuot o
understand ; _
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we are l\Jit tert'd up with thu j : !RW, May :S.Caueus r-f the
of the Co ncfyExe'cutin Commit-1 | Driggers, charged with ': JlowarJ, i'f Michiiran Timer, of Nebraska : damages assessed !It.
belief I that they areto be armed and committing rape ; I iCorte eltft-ated the proposition te note ust; .

: tee, and tri cnsult'o thl'r upon ether, !equipped and fully uniformed at the ''\. f,j on a little colored! girl, escaped from Slier : Jiut'Js ;McDonald lle'ss. of Kansas: ; Yates, of III' I.(Jen. Serrano with royal. attributes byrote a The!! Pope- has aj-oh.gize-d i 'to the British

and u1tA.n.: of.great importance} touchy Ik ore of the State, and when ordered ini i hT AlburjV guard. The last teen ofl| ,.r ; i 11'd18l1; Arkansas! ; llevels! IIf 22 to 1''. J.llr..t(' at}Uome: for therecent ex :.
I i i to }the field to be, paid as regular lilirs.. : Jllsslsappl i : !;, of On' .n ;I It is aniroance-d! !o-day: that Jen. Prim sign ut
log the vital interest of'the State. games, be vas siitu-g: sand [l'romc othJ 1 J t inert#, of Louisiana; Warner of I ladies froui. the "t I
., which is ali ah-uni[ iiiiJ about as truthful! 1 : j ; Alabax will re-sign unless Scrrauu a.s>ucies a re- Pity,
On motion, a committee: of six, to-wif : er e-ountrv. iiiu i it Saulsbnry; of Delaware MeCreery.[ '
a.NtL 40 aca-saud a nrjlen ll.'trinl'I j ; 'J gal; rank. .
Joho'A. Bethel of Point: Jas. of l.Ke.ituckv, an.artnn 1 ofJiinnet=sota. -' '
Pc-nallsj J
If uniformed:
they are at all t ht'nH The old
i : .ACt'WEST AT THE CEDAR JIILL.-Qn i | P\nis, )!2'3-1t is now certain that ht\k sensible gingham
P. Mcilullen uniform tjieui elve !if armed! 1 1 JThe outgoing i"l'lmt'rs are ;alllUpubli l : snnbonret .
." orOJdT:1mp3JohnJal'k.; > ; and jnip- I the I Hto he all
TllU day last James W. Prevail htd.CoUl' I :. ; ; / son and J.',,1.,. Ilenderson, of Tampa t' peil th1iu t anu and --quip theniNeUe--, Norton The unir. 1 ]prison, v\here Henri! l.oe-bvfnrt and other at the watering plae-e-s.
of his has
scat Tow
& and a* for befog onlennl! in the field fingers cut off and one thumb I Ib3,1 j' Ire al- J .
f: >, John GallagHer of Cork and Cam WWeeks f journalists are imprNaiied.Iatest I -' -' -
., ready.) filled bra Democrat
'i; that will never !lx.. It is, generally be- !)' injured, at the Cedar J/ill in this i iplan' ] and/, San Francisco has three Chinese
: 'i of AlaSa, trrrc apjX'iuted by tie' that of )Ir. Grimes by a from the I -
Itepuhlican. "
lieied 1, and, no doubt trutbfully I hat tLL> ;: ] This i is about the sixth accident't t : + graph galleries.
r. \,". if .:..r ,i Chair to select an Eiet-utive Ceimautte-e-; ,] arharoiz' iou is for |1l\,1iticOiI l capital nude ,of ,the kind that has !:i'1 he Democrats will probably loose cue'' v'tJDENSBCKG. May J 2J.-Five hm redFenians I I, -.._.__

: subject tq the rati&caikm'of thin U1t- tin;. a jireparatory step for- carrying the fallelections. i occurred at the mill, "senator in Minnesota, and gain !in Xe\v 1 with arms, and between cven tying:: CiEATriTT. .\C':..VLTfLVLJiT. A. IJ. ('4U'
rr = :"'" '' I Such \brttlIipgas this at and it seems that Vr. Ulumenthal t is ele- ;Jerry, Ongon I and perhaps one or two j t five and emus hundred wagons, cuutaiuatartutilton ; bok" Ul.riutr.r, III th I .* roi.ceot OWo Ii
/ On motion,Mr. Edmund Wade was added : ftllrlf trtit.h to the l'Lt.uJ
J.r"1o"'r f
oUJAlCnl States. : i f\ the -
: <. J.the expense of the People, i it us wrung !in (tc-ruiined to mark; all of his emplov. i i' -Lr.I 1 ( and military store, passed I, hon It@tt-r us folios : "T'iret months i
this I _
.t.' pommittcp. t I'riuciple as'its originators arc, and is detrunental I _'.'_ :Messina last night and this morning, poI -: WAS> tL! urh.talow ot a nmn. rzHlx"detilitat nGo. <. '

7e? jotntuUtee Vjrlthdrew, and.after., to the fanning interc i of th j1 I. QrtCK PASSAGE.-The schooner Iill\' I j TEKRIBLK Inv LFC.-A specul 1 I i'ing North 1'a that lmrt hLix k under I work. .'

,: dijib.ratl returned with a I list of the State.-Manner.. ( ]bound ( 'elis[+atcli to the New York Democrat from WASH I.VGTO.V > to rue
t runs this 1Nrtto New York made 1 i'i'I i May 25,-From the t Fe-. one Aivv 'AnJrewv 'ml raced a tonic that
( t ., following named genjk-tm-n,{ as such Ex-; ..... I the. trip from Key West to New York' i in : l-jdCreis.se, says that tbe number of lives i I t man news which! has been rwieyed !it apI kit's the [laaiter arxi Un>n.'* no t.'nio that
: ]lost b} the recent tins then, will exceed I 1 i l>tars that there are appreht'B-uint f was ever.got nj duel to Plantation Ititt+'n'--
:. t4u tP_ Committed ( .ouls Bell, Jr--. The negroes .can form a It'I1icals'o severe d.ti/0.. The IJM! !is :Jojked l+ for at.I I fifty men, women ami children, anti that t I i from i isolated parties. The i> out.ragt' ,1r1"m. I have trio l Via; aud yon are Ht .-,
: Poigtl'epttiisJohn A.Brown,.Old''J'am-\ ciatjcn andoxdudc the whites, if they ,this railroad' present t 1 ileac to Htate in-fti-tirs to me for ron&rmatiori -
ill and
few and stcamlwat .
= choose. 'We do not Pee why white mt n j IItrt a, days will IK up to Ptens J/ managers l.ears I expedition, will! undoubted fail ; the Ft- > Hut they Late restorexl ay Lenlth and. I 1
,: PaI r1L'L )11u *11 rand{ E A. Clarke 1 should rot have the privilege of electing sr ork again iu a short time, and merchant that the number burned and drowned J 1 i nians are returning home as rapielly a<, leliere, M*cd my life." w;

t Tttxpa; .'"Ii. 'j parkman' GrVj'; Enoch ;the'r own associates while t the negroes I s who want gi od< iron: that place :hall not be known. Of the crowd o f I 1 they can obtain! t translation.: ; The 1 Fed- S ii floes Funne from lure Irish :MOM. ,' .
t emigrants on board tbe ill-fated ; I<'roll! forces are fjrWanc ilacfe, ; pad ,, enrtArds ,'
iJ.n cream
Jolrnsoa X} tarJ6naLTdti .lIarrahr jteam.er. gathering the'nial npi
ft ir ; ; : cnjry; the same Jib :"ISnshnW.. up !I
rlY would! do well to eta, eiC., Th ,
i ,. "f' \' 0.j:; I ,I patronize Cap Miller l''a' few were-saved.( I,11:arms abandoned in the country drhaous food m chenpest the world ncaUhietit. and mod ".

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: : !" : ; ISIOys.FAMILY Such GROCERIES* AND I! DRY GOODS .! 1 1j !

,' : :: ; = :*'- ._;* '.,. ': T- . -; i Just Received Alliance per a SteamersFlorjda superior lot ofSPRINGGOODS, Beaufort, .... :,- : 1r f

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: i.''I. G..BUTTER._ PICKLES.JELLIES, Latest T Arrival. of New g Fresh Goods.WHOLESALE I Consisting ofLonJonlIourning r,. ., I. t

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EESE. Amoskeag Prints II o- JUST OPENED., AT THE STORES '' '. f. _
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; VEBMICILLI.7IACAnO.fi.. Phillip i Allen' ".. ., \ I

I Spra'ueh ; I ,
I I DuuntU'sTallahassee .. L. G. Covacevich ., I I : '

Layer RAISINS. AN I) Plaids ,:..._ I '.. .
,.Sugar and,Lemon Crackers. Coosa ...."" ,. I
: price R wfll.:be tfally Give offered ns a to call.our customer8 :B.w :E: lix''. .&. ::EE.:: Y J Fancy Ohnaburgs KirJWlld"Jackonet\ Las, ". 't-1,' -r,,''"-1 Reod FLOUR, Per Steamer WHITE.Lavacra CORN COFFFE.from New Orleans.. i I' ,I i '

LUll & KLOPPENBURG, ,Swiss Muslin.Linen .I :-,:. ., CANDY. CLARET WINE I !
\ April 20, 1870. tf Chocks, ..' SOAP. MACCARONI.VERMICILU. -' ;, ;
; 15Y ;\' ii I i I CHEESE. I
Heavy Osnaburgs.! f
.- Ripka Cottouadco, 5 ye., I Matches, Pilot Bread. French BUTTER Bread,LARD Butter .\ :' ;t. -

Cumulet Jeans Crackers: Pickles, Buckwheat, Onions Ac. I :
1 & Shirting :
Bluinentlial Co.9OSXADUf.03 t t
SLcctiugi. I .; I
FLORIDA a cheap and hickory A FINE ASSORTMENT OF i : \
assorted Stock of Merchandise

,-Whiskey. con- Fancy Denims Spring, BalmonJ Skirts Skirt! Braid, I Boots & Shoes .' !:- //i

Tobacco JUST RETURNED from the Markets of New York, l'WlLlldpbi",, Boston and New Orleans. Trimmings, ..tc.tc.lso: I .. I
Cheese, t have pu'tt'hn..l in AdJition to our former eaten 4vo {rand .varied Stock, a complete fall T I SPLENDID STOCK OF '
Shot. Line of STAPLE DOMESTIC DRY GOODS, such as ;. I I I
Hose Braid lloopukirta Astor Collars. LIXSEfS. SOUTIIERXHOJlEXrUX. }.Al SS4'c. Tin.-ware. i: 1 :I J Jat

1 V oils, Damask Towels,
f> I : Checks, Kirkland Stripes. JEr .A m m W A 1i m I. :
Piaids, Cottonmk, He keeps constantly on had I
j I Latest Sty I e of Dress Goods, A fine alOrtrunt of Shawl*. Blanket Flannels
; Denims, Tweeds, AVERY'S PUE.HIU.7I' PLOWS, Calico Sheeting Sbirtiop.Jeans Bilmo. \ t -
; Titkin?, I1m&b\lrg'I. / rata, Tickings,.
Stockings Ofnabnrgs Table -
I ; ,. Fish. Lines Such as Lawns! Cambrici;, Juoonetts, Swiss, ChaKiw, Orgnrdies. etc, etc., with' Ii.full assortment The Highest Market Price.will be given for all' Cloths, n niD1e. Del.&Jnt'fo Pacts Cloth Alpaeca. ,
i kc of kinds of .11 .
Tnmuuugs Tlaid.Stripe Hickory; ,Lin en. IltndLerehiera
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Collars Merinos, Jicoott. Winter I

tf J Ml lint l jf (Q Srafs) Jammer (Clofhhig' Country Produce. Veils Oslicoe, Ribbon. Cambrics, Gloves,. Lawn Drilling, Gaasimvr w f .. ,

: 1 In hw Grocery Department can always be found ,
0 AI N EWYOffL\ .. \ .- \ t
C. L. FRIEBELE- FLOUR of all Grade, SSalc t
!' Corn Bacon, Pork boulden.
"ED has just received a 30 Cases Boots and Shoes t Tampa )larch 15th. tf. I Mackerel. Msccaroni, V ermicilli, Fancj Cn i fdyCodfiab I

'orlot of CLOTIELNG consisting of French Bread Pickleis" Sugar t
i 1FALL Crackers.: Soda Cracker: Pilot Bread Cofl.. / !
L I : : ete Coats, Bile Merino Pants. I. HULL 1880 R TM N T Green nod Black Tcu. I .

Butter. Sugac. Candles,, 1fattbee. elf''''. So I

41 / Creo Duck .* ',Men's" ,;. Livlioa' -, Misses. :Miss, and Cbildrt! -us Weir, from the most rclluhlo manufacturers.am 'OF: _'Soap:tin: Kerosene,. Nutinei Oil! Sag Syrup, Mustard Lye Canned Snuff.Fruits Milk I I!

Viorirar Pepper, Spice, Dried Apples and .' J. I
ttona.du.' -
Peache*. Lol>*teM, 1'ecan. Nuts Chasse ,
'n) Doz'rS: ; fOf1. MEN'1\oY'S' \ l0U'rll'SLadica : t t
Alpacca.. I j I
a HATS, TR1MMIXCS )III.r.J I.nY'GOOD8; ,Etc. SHOT -. S55 I I
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t : Hickory and White Linen Bosom I CAPS.S'.4
ANDGOODS j I An woruuciik ;" l'itll.urf', Bucket Itruow* -
!. Axe-llelre*. 1'aiK Tubs, Sieve. !I I
Also NAILS OF ALL $ ZES.| I 'r
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Coffee Tin Pans, Pint ,
\ .\ l'uh. J Quart Cnpi
h : } ..01 \ \: 1II \ : I'ocket Knives, Table Kniv.- Gimlets, Lock*.
: f I I Hats.for Gentlemen, Boys and .Iliugci. I'otwar. Pens. 1 J. j*. Needle, Axe,
Screw:: and But,. tc t,:,. \1\
A lArge and 'lI lend'aaeortmeot' of( -:,li --
.! \ u. VW W +uu Brandy '
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J the irnrtcd"w Wine, .*: .' -
public arc respectfully .
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; I Prices will please all. At.r w ra .. 1 Lemon Syrup, .,"vt.- ,' ..
i I C. L. FlUE ELE,' JUST RECEIVED BY Rsipberry Sjrup. .... .. I
April 12tb Old .Domir.ion Mint Julep. :''J.J "
!I Firkins of Primp i Ijird ,\1351toxesvarioaabrNudti: : rmiiinfattnredTobncc u TEIOIS CASH OR COUNTY- IRO'Vffti..; I

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R't i I Stamped Wash Bo*Is. Milk. PaM COOO Pound of Cl,-ar Sides: nolo.:1. 10 H this of& X. Pike's Ctkl>rnteil Whihkey's ', E. A. CLARKE, & CO., Tiuupa. January 5th, 1870. to. f -" f 1re

: Spoons:; Itx-ktt Knives. Dip S
les, Candle Sticks. KUtUs, Garden 10 Burrtls Macs: Pork, 500 butch(Is I'riuit- T nnt (.t. CVm. I I2.'i }o-- BEST INDUCEMENTS '- i
; Watering Pots, JluU-h Jvvfcs, d c.
', very eheep by :250 Bu-hi-N 11iutelutr suit Ulukitc
lJo1CS Westim Reserve Clitcse; ,
c. L. FmE EU. \ Fine Assortment of Calicoes DeLaineil /
April lick. Chaney,. Ali'tKCft, Bleached and Bro ne.tton I0 /'
j 40 SlU-ke of Rio Cilia and (VfiW. 50 Bosrx (.f !KtrnMiie Oil,
: Ijigtiirn::; Osnnliuic, Jeans, Cass mere, Flannel. (
I 30() B.trreLi Khsoitod Cnukfix '!'j ISiimls IrUh Potnt vx Brown and.White Kentucky Jean+. Hickory 'Ne
WANTED Stripes, Tickings,'Gmjfhsrr.. Striped! Domes S.
: 10 KeKs f Powder 5; Do/en of J. S. Levm-lt' Axc tic, Ladies ]Iu..e. Half More Handkerchief, 4

1 GO one VPURS: S 50 bags assorted hizes Le Roy Shot,' ;5 Kegs of Oohheu Butter! itJboUII,, of all descriptions A fine lot ofReadf.TIade Ac. #3OOo4 '<:: Z r am

: i! 1 0 000 =
& SHINGLESBy And in fact a Urge 1111 ) C. L. FRIEBELE. Clothing, Sj= ... :".: .., >- -..
i 13th.: tt .t.o... "'::! 0 O(

: > Plantation I S lie ..... ., ...._ ";':: -:01 C
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\\ p BOOTS SHOES Hat'sIIARD ""' ts 0 -
WANTED :.. ,-..... '10": .n, l;; o C A:<1 ;;
.. of '. "r'.w w 5 5 ..
t ag't tj

LBS OF DRY COW HIDES To suit the wants of our prop!**, all of which kiss boon sel l> \ .
I ::= .
will} IK- M U CIIKM' O1.1*11Cdtaud }:\ mme our :stockand; you will find almost any =' 0 r D "'".' .. ,\ _.. .
LBS. or DEER8KINS, thing you w nnt, and we will guarantev yon Niti-factinu j\s our good are new fresh and ,staple "j c.:.; ::::: ,
and sold at popular prices. ::: ; \ .. I
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: WANTED. ;' Goods \ t
aw( 1>07. E ;GS.:; : ted. .. I
the highest price will be paid. tlass] & il1.Tnt.r\ AT TilE .5 : ,//t I

.!1 : I ATE R.r.M' ;LLzI New Store '! ,. I J i

5000 lbs of
I Dry Hides
I .
I Ni: "CRAWFORD'S Frewb supply! oft TT aving: removed to my Now, Store I am {ino. I
prepared to fur nish the public with
\ h County, Cork Post OiEce.
j\ 1//l 111'ICT PIlf'E P.l rp. thing they need in my line;and cheaper than 1 4-
\ I )r a Saw; (Hug, and Grist Mill The 1. lJL1".11F..YTl/.IL.t. "c'5 FAMILY GROCERIES be ellIe'lrhM'tI have just
I can purchased
!' \ i in opemti.m. recd
.. Flour Corn and Salt. .
j to Dr. F. Branch: W. -- Liverpool Bay -
tl Brown, -- -----
D. L. Branmnp, Tampa) Flo., and -- _. -- '_ _.2 .- -. _. .. --. Buttrr, Irish Potatoes, Onions, Corn Meal Grits SodA. '
:Mtat, Cork FIlL Crackers Checso. Coffee Lard. Salt, Starch : t
Chrrsr, Candles. Matches, Shot Powder. '
C, .
a CRAWFORD wz1-t: Epsom Salts, Wright's Pills, Laudanum Part- .
l rtiC1 4nl, terms, &., apply at this ,. Starch. gone and Camphor.

lh. Also, a splendid Asssortmeut of I II
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Picklfs, I I II

'h Notice, 250 OTTER SKINS Soap', I DRY GOODS, i ii

t January4tlt, 1&70J f '; .
of HiUsborouxh For which We p"ythc highest Market Piice. I, BLVMENTHAL Co. Crarktrs Calicoes, Shirting, Sheeting. Osnaburg*. ,
: I Linen Bed ; .'
a | .: notified that Mr. J. D. HAL Ticking Hickory Stripes: Denim .
; tI appointed Deputy Sheriff of this- troitnt 011. Tea toffrf, Sugar, Candles, ',: DcLainw ic. '. ,

j will from this date exercise the - -- -- .
[ of that office in pUoe of C i>t. Wm. Lard Pepper, Soda, Mustard, Spiee, Candy, TIN-WARE:: OF ALL KINDS. ;,j ( < ) _
& resigned. S ,31p }
[ HENRY S WANTED : ; (v \ __ ., .
Sheriff lLll ALBURV.borough Co. S All kind of Smoking and Chewing I IIAU1MYAUEYOODWARE at;! J ;.:. -< : :

Jan. ,4. 1870. tf ". .'
'" Q> QQQ) > I 5 POTWARE.CItOCKEItl ,.r .. ',. i -.-
I ;
Sale 500 Deer Sk ins -\V ARE. 4. S {r 4
; CORN &, FLOUR : r xe*,J f" "

& 2 of S. 16 in T. 29 The finest/ assortment ofShoes t :'
R. 19 Ea4 .oontaune I'v 1.BLU31E5T1IA14.CO. And wo will continue to receive by each "- \.
: l00 acre, and lies 2 miles steamer from New Orlvan\ and New York ..' I "
rest of Tampa, on dition to our block. Give ut a call at the ad'j
: Iks a dwelling house ,
: improvements, and is kkowu IL' the Blue Store : -
AMA.W j I ,
I l.of& fc. 4, & 6. ink 28 S, rJUlte$ II And we..i ill! tell you Good as low as. they can ,' .
i ; 79- 3-100 acres ; has imrroI \- be purchased in this section I Splendid assortment of 1
I was lately'occupied! by James J.
it' Tampa
Cedar Mill.
i' :' : I ) 1, Block: 63. in Tampa. (See gen- TERMS: CASH CJ'Q) Q) Q) a) : : f t

r\ : :: 4, Block 55 in Tampa { Gener
; see OS
: : ) 'trE .. if0iAS HERETOFORE; lTr'I(( >arotl to purchase! CEDAR at our Boom for which COUNTRY PRO And in fact you can any thing that is kept in '
.E.... ,. ,. to the aubscnber worms, straight pay C h Market Price WtIlin only, purchase good Cedar, free of I a First! CL.Iitora.:; and at prices which will atouuh *-.
t. ; '_ JOHN DARLLVQ. Smn iIrhts Jmin.: and &oj free from knots' "d rot as possible and to measure not I less than'I you. Oivo me a'cau.K. '. I
"flare t' the lower tllJ. DUCE at CASH PRICES. \
:. f April 13tl 1870. i. ;. : !. .. .
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'. -.. '. .Poet Ofarlot Duunasr; istrat rs's' Sale. Fresh Quarantine t Regulations; I : i
Admi !
" : : 1"0 .Dt.p1eL.. *. H'asWnton. :.AFiZ.I1.- 187aPBOPOSALS Arrival ;i. f'

1 1 wiU be received at the Contract TN COMPLIANCE with an order of the Honorable onn BUSHELS CORN TAMPA: F.LA. ;-, 1, I4 -:
.. k until? 3 o'clock P. J_ Court. in and for the :
/ --? Little dimple* to tweet and soft Office of this Department County County ,
i 'K. of Monday Jane 27, next(ito.be decided by of borough and State of Florida we will : ;
Love the cheek"01 my Lov* i i"nU'mark the 29th''for) carrying the mails of the United on the lit Monday, 4th day of July next, sell to 2OBLS.FLOUR, *", FOR THE '\ Frc..D.el\d. .1 i .;
I f'\ ri of Ccpad's. dainty hand.. .. State from: October 1, 1870' to June 30. 1874. the highest bidder. in front of the Court House 1 TCE RICE -; :. \ S

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L6tnSIANA AND FLOMDA of the estate of Matthew Cbesser deceased I

I i. Laughing; dimple of tender love, and by the tchedale of departures.and, anivalH wit.The KEROSENE CREAM CRACKERS OIL. PORT OF TAMPA FLA. Will be kept constantly I I"t

J ,.: ,*SnI.'on my"darIingWheei.! ; herein tpectfi d-vit ; "- E| of 8 W L 814. and the E i of the SODA and LEMON CRACKERS ,:S .p \

j. .' L), Sweet tallowfd spots svLere.ki&sei< lurk,, 6500: trom New Orleans La., by Pensacola! NW4.823T27S of It 20 E containing A fine lot of Lorillard's. Superior Chewing OQ hind k \S i --
r cola, Saint Marks ,Cedar Keys, 160-35-100( acres.Andthew TOBACCO.
\ Fla., Apalfu '
I t. .And 1'1&1.1 hide end seek. and Tampa)&&ej West, 988 miks and *.ct. of the S E J. and the N E 4 of For sale ACCORDANCE with the provisions of and tot sale at theFLORIDA ', ;\ } f (:
4 ,; by C. L. FRIEBELE, l .
andtheNE cf tho N W
': once a week, in suitable and safe steamboats. tho SWIoSee23 an "Act of the Legislature, .
I. "-f', Fain would 1 hidemy kisses there' Leave New Orleans, Saturday.jit 3 U. ; t S 26, T 27, It 20 E containing ICO-4s-100acres. Quarantine, approved June 19th, 18C9" we :BAKERY \" !
.1 ; ;:- At Doxai og's rosy.light- the next 3 I : i <
Arrive at Key. West Friday.:. by p. the undersigned, Justices of Urn Peace for, the :
1 ....,'Focome'andM theraWk: acwn' if! '*. And the # W 4 of the S W 4, and the 8 E 4 NOW OPEN i' ... \
,I :: In-silver hush of night .t' "" Leave Key.West, Saturday at 3 ,.. v..; .. o ftheSW4S23.T27R20 E, containing County of HiUsborough and State of Florida. JOHN F. FLETC ER. -' tthe : !

"- ,. "" .I.j' Arrive at New',Or leans, the next Friday. by 80! -25-100'acres. I Ex-officio the Board of Health for the Port of Ttmps Msy 19"h. :
1 A" a-- ';, to liter: 3 r. H. And the N }V 4 of the S E4, S 23, T 27, R 20 I Tampa do enact the fdllovingREGULATONS T / ,

I : Proposals to ran by an expedited schedule E, containing 40-12-100 acres. PALL\ AND ,wine\%? I I
> Invited. And the H E; 4 of the N E'4, S 2'2, T 27, R 20 : BLACKSMITHIN.q / ;

it. After the shower the tranquil sun ; &r.en.tepropoa.1.l invited to b.g service at containing 40-12-100 acres. ) /

; After the the emerald leaves Mobile inWwul of New, Orleans. on completion; These lands, I situate in the County of Ilillh- : ;
;'tf .. snow It ; i of the railrord between New Orleans and Mobile borough and /State of Florid, For tho governraert of said: Port fcr the cur- -AND -SI t I-

(I p; i j**BuvW stars when the day is dons: ; : ;end albO for omitting Saint Marks, when Terms wade known on day of hale. rent year :
: VTeev \
'1 After the harrest_ golden aneaves. : rajlro&d connection with the Apalachicola DANIEL LYNN, r\gj\\\\ug, :: l '
Ii rivt-t'i completed.proposals C. RAIN, Goods lut The Buoy off IVdKst Point shall be the
; .After the clouds, the violet sky ; invited omitting service to Tampa Administrators Quarantine Ground and all vessels arriving rpUEUXDEIUignJL -
I- from any Port outside the Bay, known as Tam- t'
After telctipMthelu1I6Ctheiraves, rouucing distance 100 miles.&pcrate Mathew ChwjMir doceasc'd. ed is now prepared I
Dav or Port or harbor the shoresof ,
from pa any
invited for service -
; d6hroodhrhln'th proposals Tampa, April 27, 1970. tds.Administrator's to fill orders -
Q Yinda.go by V said Bay shall there remain until boarded i'
Cedar Keys, by Clear water Harbor and Manatee by fur detcriplion ,
D- After the battle peaceful graves. to Tampa 150) miles and back once; a AT the Port Innpector who.shall be the judge ortJJt'ir every of Jilack- gwrghitmugna.tTle g- -
I-: e *. week to be run in doe connection with main Notice.Six sanitary condition, and decide whether 'mllhiog and Wtirel
After.th knell the weddinggbeUs ; route such vessel shall be quarantined or whether it ,

h After'the.bad: the radiant rose.10)'fal Bids should be sent in sealed envelopes, su weeks after date, I will apply to the JOHN JACKSONS. will be safe to 1 hind passengers and freight from not to be iurpaeed I t ,I 5'...

--IJ sad: farewells perscribed. "Mail proposals Route>*. 6500)(), of the County Court of HilLtborongh lbclllUDt'- 1klo.te- :_ -ii?
-- : greetings rom Florida," and addressed to the Second Assistant County, Florida, for letters of administrationon HAVING OPENED MY GOOU. I RE3- 2d. Dr. F. J. GOCLD is hereby appointed Buggy .tc. will be ....- I I .
pairing ,
.0" ,,After. ..' our weeping. sweet repose.: Postmaster General the ehtuto of LeS.. Whitehnrst, late of invite my frieiulu) and the public Port Physician and Inspector of this Port. It done on rvanonabte. term. Horn* shod at a .;r' J JmoPsients .
f JNO. A. J. CRESWELIvPostniaUr said county, deceased l to cull and examine before purchpMnp tN.- shall be his,duty to have a yellow flag placedon notice. I thankful friends S

I : A"After the burden, the blissful ne1.; ,General ROBERT J. WHITEHURST. where. MygooJi l having been Ls'uht for the buoy at the Quarantine ground to remain for their pstrunsge.sod am hope mj thor will t S

p JLfter. the Gigilt.L th..downy nest ;' Tampa Fla:, April 22d 1870 CAsH, they lire told as low s* any can be there while these Regulations remain in give me a call.patt I'

After thi'1 znv1t,'the W ing teed : Dissolution bought in thin market. My stock: of force, and to furnish the Captains or owners H.KRAUSE. S $ t.. -
of all sail boats, lighters or other craft belong

I ;After\the. shadowy. .. river .rest,,! PABTNERSHIP heretofore exiting Notice.rnvro ing to thin Port and Harbor with a ropy of Tampa. March ltth 'tiS 47ly. .:$ i
THE these and all other
DRY GOODS regulations that may be I \
the in the
n undersigned: MONTHS AFTER DATE i will
: ,I .KaGJfj..... u: tile buniness at Alans. Florida, nnd !r Ue Cnn I JL eat my i:. 'o-uts; and vouchers the lIon.pres- adopted hereafter by this Board. : 1TEKRMAX W1-IS BItOPSADDLER,. I

... name of S. J. LIGIITSEY & CO., Liu Utn |II', G. \\.dl.; Judge of Hillbborough County :3d. No boat, lighters, or v fwft of any kind 1

dissolved by mutual consent Either part U | fo.irt fc)>r 1m Annual ttlement uixni the tst In the I Jllrge ever brought to Tampa contiti shall be allowed to communicate with any >('81 -
JVhengaUe. twmghlite authorized, to settle onUtaudini; uccoanU. j :ito of Milton W Jol.ny>u. decta.ed.Wni. ing in of before she has been boarded by the Port
I. On Dt/ foraabnhronfo.. STEPHEN L1UHTSCY B. HENDERSON.Adniinistrutor.. SILKS. riilNTSLAWNS.OIXGHAM3 I DE- Physician acting as Inspector, or afterward UAHNESS MAKER V- BHrlk- J
Y if fie is placed in Quarantine unless
.> id the aY.l hush eventide I l laine'. }Flannel, Shirt IK now, Cloaks Shirting ,
Alafla, Fls., April 25th 1&70. 5* permit of said Port Physician or in
Tl.JPI1.l'ril' ISth. 1870.;
w Shanl
Unite by thyself alone, V..lrnor"l.'tueking: O itel u. Ties I the manner provided by 11nor shall
I Anil at the time of loops, GI Dies Hood.. Nubia*, O'olUrtShee'inc J leave any person <
re;t, any vessel U'fore she ha been boarded ) '
Notice.rOUU l'"nta Cloth BlnnkeU Mournui.GooJ ,. fl.
Ere" eep..utl Notieerr'1E The Port Physician shall use all
1 \ wu.Had ., Ribbons, and possible .
0 rveivthing inthiIioeg
; in
dilligriictt: all!
: boarding vessels
.... soon a
."' ". plcacant convene wish'thyself WJIEKS .u rElt DATE I will file DIY Ladles Dress Cioodt. practicable after their arrival at the Quarantine UPHOLSTER I
r .' : THATJL
la Meditation's}.ower. iNrqsMEn I ttln to the Honorable County Judge: of Station heretofore '
h.\ve purchaswi th. entire ftork of cut- htarIai1County! for: on 'asnignment of of every deictiption.Gentleman's designated ; and in case of r I S\ .
lie t.JAMI.S AL mnU.X. Tarttcs rry infection or sickness, that may prove contagions attend to all business in this line with, 1 ,
belonging dovicr in tLe
: t tate ft Basil J. BowdcMARY u, dect'as.tL Ready-made Clothing Will
he shall J remain at the '
Motives and deeds review station, ten .
nsitg any of thee cattle without the r'r.- I I days,S >tR and dispatch.: \ I
-, By Memory's truthful gl*si ; lniasioi of my agents previoahly hnd xiill l l- E. BURNS1DE.Fh Fine liooV. Sc. 8\\oe,I until ed. all danger:: of infection sLaB have l"UtK- Shop in Covacevich a Store. ,/ .: .- i

S .ThyjalepC self&the$ only judge: I prosecuted.. nl'okint'* % April. ISth.! 1S78. 4w. ,
SAMUEL MITCHELL. 4tk The Port Physician in hereby anthnrize -
J And critic, M they'pass ; Tampa;Mel 22J. .-. 1 mo. N JtiC3. YANKEE NOTONS, l and t'mllO\\'ert\1 to cause to be erected at SEW FURNITURE STORE. !t

; And if their wayward face : LADICSGn.VTS ClllLI>KE5' HATS' thr least ]HMKiMe expense to the couuty a : .

Should give thy consdence-pain. SIX WEEKS AFTER DATE.) I will apply to suitable bnilib'ng for a station house at the AM>

I .., .Becbhe, with energy diTi f. ., FAIR.NOTICE. Hon. Ju.lfje of Htlkborough County; All kinds of Furniture tyiiil point fur the protection from tho weather, CABINET I SHOP r rH'cJlcr
lie Court for letters AdminintnUin on the *.". or any persons or pools that it may lie fount 1 :
"Victory to gain."When persons tate of .Johu Le\e.iue, late of said dc1. ncccv! t .- I J. interfering with any of the cattle belonging county Street tit Sate "t I
;Jth. The Xt"'f Tamya Jilt
Physician and
:: morning's earliest raye, to the following' brands : The JA stock; the A Inspector I
f ( Heart-nVnr-de-Us stock ; the Cart-wheel T K JAMES F. HENDEItSOX.Tampa. !> .l>e I'ni.11.) every vessel inspected by him, the L : It
I talML
O'er'spire and root : April IKth. 1870.! ; of tWit iloll'an and z 1
G5.- mini fifty cents if the ton
J ( invite heart and Circle T stocks.: Any perwn interfering OEO035ISEY-WA3BE-! (! )< the FmiTIRE CLEI.NED\ A\T) REPAIRED ;
Gladly thy waking or selling any rattle in these stocks, without niifeof; vessel so in.pcetcd} shaM nnt ex-
Untoafcstind my authority will be dealt with according to ---N otice-----: WILLOW-WADE GLASSWARE cintl one huinlrcil, tons. If the! tonne fI f th xve iic.\i)v .11 A DC COr('.. NAlwav :
t 4Lil and love to all law. : ',ti'l HO in..p.'tl shall exoinxl outs hnnilreil -
.-tpf.ilem : tons, but shall not In greater than two bnmlredtons on lined Iorol. -

lie lowest and the least, Manatee April 12th.Wm.1870.IL ADDISON.2u. SIX MONTHS, from date I will pr.-scnt my TX-WADE CUTLERY, STOVES( I: then N\. .vessel shall pay tho Iniqieetorth" ..r. for work promptly attended to. .::
And cf 4.light4misetohim. ( and \utichi to I the Honorable u-u of Five DoIIarn: ; and should the ton- tT Country Produce taken (or Furniture I
t The giver'of the'feast Judge: of the County Couit Hcmando County Bridles HcLellan Saddles! r.ai of sty vw-cl! invj*ctfil n.1'4't1 two bun J. D. HAYGOOD '
J / M NOTICE. Florida for final ttlciucut and diciurotnm } Uiflen, shot Gui,. and I'i.toi... I Ired tois.! Fad vr H H-1 shall pny the'sum of Ten
I ihe estate of Green 15. Moore, 01\-0 usWILLIAM All kindi) of Stntiontrr sn-1 Srhool H (10 .!vnar 111 presenta'iou' of 1tf'C'eiJ.ft"t bill for :
t Nor the oct world A. 8. CHENIVA notifies the .
on public
!r DE
': J- the
( the
DR. Initial riling paper, Ink, drI'alnUiind MVUIU to aptain or pumr' by the In6'h. -
) '. \ I Fat inward ioy depeud; ; being called on business to Ohio. he W. WALL se-'tor. --
will return to Tampa ,in June next. Tho e IVrfitoifry.Smoking .
} .. ':' Enjoy the tamfy of thought, Adn.iiiiitrntur. Any these
having chums him to person or persons violating
: ..tjo Ii':;:. Make thine own self thy friend ; present such at against his return and are those requested owing to nnx>Uille, D .C'. 2Pth 1869. Bin.Police. & Chew:1g Tobacco rt'Zi; l lti-\m. or the Act of thdL Legislature wgiilft'iu -

". w N with tne restless throng him will please settle at the same time. Cigar &c, Qnamsitine, shall be punished as provided

-: ]t : .! In search of solace roam Tampa, April 6th 1870. 2m. FINE MEUSCHAUM:: : I'H'ES, by the pro* i..nIl9f said Act. 'C
:! ;111. These R.gn'at9ns! shall l.e in force and
.t ;;: Bat with an Independent zeal
Valuable Place Containing OrongeGro.e 'tTectonaulaftt'rJuue
lot 1870.;
y; ; Be 'Intht.Mhone. SIX MONJHS; from date, I will present my Fine OLD RYE WIISKEY, ALE .
I.. ': Wr &cF: or Sale. k- account and vouchers to the Judge of the : CIIAMI'AONC[ CIDER, mITERS Ac.MEDICINES FERRY, G. WALL. '.

; ; r Good company have they \ Valuable place situated on the Gulf CooKt, County Court of Ilernando Conuty, Florida, : County Judge& Ei-ofticio: Justice of the Peace, .. : .

J. : : Who by themselves do walk, i\ Just above Egmont Key, 14 offered for Mtle for a l"inalUlt'ment and discharge from the ,
upon reasonable terms. Upon this place there estate of Francis Nicks, late of said county SNUFF CHARLES ARMOR,
If have
they learned ome blessed tht'tpeIt DR. 8HALLENBCROER8Fever
; deceased. AMMUNITION W. J.
is 135: acrra of land 25 first rate hummock.- Ac CAMPBELL.Justices
: JViLI their own souls to talk; 1100 Orange Trees planted out uoine bearing W. R. :NICKS, Adm'r.' In fart. everything be found tlint is needJo of the Peace.Tampa. and Ague

For t they shall. (never I feel 50UO Orange Trees in nursery. Grapes, GuavaCoeoaNnts&c. ; Urooklnille, Dec 29, 1869. Cm. in this A K-ct'ion.rreli Fla.. May 24th 1870. .: -.
Of doll ennui the power, supply A N 9' T fl ( 9' .
Fur further information at this office -
apply -
Nor penury loneliness Notice. GROCERiEStLlItY3 .u--.7II1he Chlllo. L-

Shall haunt their hall or,,bower. LTJ1iOFFICE This Medicine has been before the Pubil.ftfteenyesriandiastiUaheadofahloth.p.
l 11 UCt5. OX JLIXD. \
,. &r tgu1 MONTHS a '
FROM DATE, I will apply = : :
: Drink waters from the fount SIX
the Honorable Judge nf the County' I trill jwy HIP highest; t Cash price* f rr known remedies. It does not purge does -

That in thy bosoms springs. Sixth Jadicail Circuit State of Flodari. Court of HillRt-orfUKh County, Florida, for a COTTON IDES Wa Tallow/ dLc.R.L' OFAlii not sicken the' stomach, l perfectly safe ia -
And envy"not the mire'.cd: dra.i ht. FinftlStttlenu-ut of the Estate! of Jonb Grif :' any dose and under all circumstances w\
That the FLo11D1'D"1
p lIl"LAn, i nee" Li i
Of satraps or c.f kiiign ; ORDERED published in the City of Tampa fin, dewa**
.Bo shall thou find at Lt.r t. in said Circuit, bu, and the same is hereby JOHN .JACKSON.:; ,I -- C CURE IMMEDIATELY
designated as one of the Official papers of sal>i \Jmin !tf.. r. IT, S 1ttL! gl1 lr.t : and permanently form of Fever and
the :::
Far from giddy brain, Tampa, f)('(' fith.; lt&I i',0.; :31: .t.m.: s every
r Circuit and that this order be rt-corded on the .___ ___ _._ _
because it U
Self-knbwfedge. and self-culture lead. Chancery Order Book and that the Cloik uo- -- -' -- u \i POST & HOBBY .... Ague, a perfect.bUdGIe MHalarla. _
To nneomputed gain. Ufv the Editor of the PDnI't'LAB of this d'r. : -5-
I o Notice. v. Bold by all Dru 1atLDOTY'S
----- Done at Chambers: in the City of Tunpn. I 1 I i :fl-N f: Jt -

this 29th Novt'ralier. IS9.1&tV'Z.T' .. '
DREADFUL LrcL--An Illinois of ... \.lr.ln"t. : .1..1........ MONTHS) FROM: Commission Merchants -, J,,IJ.'; -.f \: ..; j. -
girl --- ''--- DATE. I will apply1! h, t-
: .
SIX .... c. .:r. n" t""a. Wt.-1-n.-
.:: =.: : "v- ,, 4 .
; twenty: baa big herself for having each I the lluuoruMe, Ju.lpe of i'rubste of 11 ,'r I -. ::a.,..lb.=. .t" _t;__"' ,_-.
; ]drf .dfullu t with husbands. One frozeto' STATE: OF }'LOT.II)",. j l nun!<.> County for Final S.ttl niout uu.l dis-,; Ne" Oll Iiiii', I.:,'" -..it..u.r:" -. .. .- ..; S .
County of Ililhlwroagh; j{ chars from the Estate of W D. .. .. .. iim\G
-l Oneil.l lute of i .. ,.". ., '
k death, and two'drank sobat/ she bad IM. P. LYONS, Clerk of the Circnit Court weld County, ,-,'u"'l'Cl -u- : --..-,' .- ::Jr'7'' )" rd,1'!:' '. I \ MA( IIINE.

k }i iJ gjet: divofjoed) from them. "* and for the County and State aforesaid.do HARRIET r:. LOCKHART.AduimiHtnitiU., I I! <. .
hereby certify that the foregoing is a correct Gw {j) .ll
I. NOT Ll!EVT.-A husband advertises copy of tho original order now on recordin Dec. 8th, 1MC9. 3 -t:11I.: UtCKTO '' L.l
: .thniV "My wile Maria: Jjai ftrayed; or my oinVe. I 0 i .MJlK'tON' &. Ill.NDLI: :>U.V, ; JOHN; J.tt5soNv. ; TO

'been"stolen. Whoever returns: her will Witness my hand and seal of \ O. KERKIH, HtNsr 1'uostt. Fo \ 'Por\ >? York.Ixna.
.I June \ C\Y .
s. office, Nov. 30th. IfelT.l. hUli iMV.i. IVr. ,
[IL. ]
'get Jiia head broke. As to trusting her, I M. P. LYONS. Notice. -- .l

; I anybody can'do Ito if they we fit; for asInerer Clerk C't Ct Hilkborough Co. uli.SHERIFF'S jt. iTfcn: i\. A. i. mil, I'. J'.I'IrSSI'G1\'I; M1tl\ .

pay my own, debt, it's not likely I' Qi IX 'TlIS.U'TEn DATE, I will prci -- -- Ntw OBLE\M. L\. OCTOBFR hr, 1868. S .

: : "111 pay h r'D.? I SALE. i: O fceut inv accimnti 611.1 vouchers the llouoraMe "'f"kh"lillf' of SIeamuImii.s1m.mvimmr| \been e,- -
: : of the Court of Ihr- Peterson Hill & Co. A ti ,, ,
Jutge; County tshH ( ). we hftll li!'patch: from thU CurCVEW't' '
:. A young man, who had bt>narrating nan lo Coanh'lorid.t, for Find I =S'ttllemen' SATURDAY a i-i-HOi ltilfur| 1'r.si.j" \

: .J some of his 'own wonderful exploits to a MANATEE COUNTY, on the i>tute of Jatucs A. Alexander II COLA. Ar.,LnncoLA. ST. MARKS\ CEil.*. KKT!, '

J "'crowd lounger? one day, was thus re- dece ssed.COLUMBUS WHOESALE GROCERS, TAMPA, KEY: \\" :*':'. and H.\\'.\".\ t Vinc! Inicht .' .
VIRTUE OF EXECUTION iwr.ed out R. ALEXANDER. also for NEW YORK rid Cents Krift tti.. Floii-
; $ "bnked by.an bid codger among' tho! listen- ,. BY of the Clerk's riflice of the Cunnt'Court of Admini-tmtor, ANDDEALERS da. Railroailsnd a line of :Slutnislnng:: conuec- ,

I Vn; "Young'man, dn't you asHamcd to Manatee County. the 6th Judicial Cirruit of Do I 3th. IfCO. 3'J-.ra! (; I ting FernmitlinaonJ New York. Freiiiht taken -s -

I ---- 'talk so when there ire older liars than you Florida. John T. Lesley, Plaintiff, and seth -- -- -- IN from NEW VORK for all FLOKIM I'ORT. an Howard. defcndiint I have le\led un>l In Chancery for all -:
on the ground r upou regular landings on the CIIATTAII'OVC-HLE ;
.. will sell at public outcrv, for Ca>h, before the It :-:it Tutr* rr COI-MT, :bivra:: ,JCWIAI. CIKCTIT ,IDrstrrn t Vro&nr and t'LtsT Rivras.

The'New York World say : Our. Court House door at Pine Level, the couatyseat I OF FLORIDA, n ANT FOR HILUBOHOIT.Hxxxr. The line will continued thionghont; the .. "\,,,.'" I
correspondent on the Euphrates reports of said county within the legal bours ("f <\ and the lOVi"f'dt' 41f c S :
: year freight be
: JcLll W. WatKTS! :34 /V<:r" $rr f I sale on Monday. 4th day of InyD. J*:7C'. ) maintained LATELY JTCCH ntrr.QVED-.1J1 TUE MW
"the establishment of station giving possible r
a telegraph every facility to
I \" V Bill for Divorce. lirlirfn Gravirrawi fl
certain stock of Cattle d and braaJ I foytlrns
a mar t Planter and Merchant! in Florida J:
of .Garden of Eden and to avail <.
side the that, Lurii.ters
on )
,.. follows to-wit : NEW ORLEANS iversal Clothes f.t!
u ;
themselves of
all the benefit
I of ringer,
I h.il I'ashrcbx.::! kd in office ii tho frequent and l*
the the
Arabs there no longer xveep over Under-slope split in each t'ar, liraailcil (52.Levied ; my ..
the of s-iid d--f.-ii-La-t I :1. aLt oititli! ,aii,;.\ nn 1 it beinj:; ra -1-j to C5T; Acent* tor John F. Toll '. J'4 rllgon it regular communication with New Orleans sal with 5 *
fall of Adam though they stick to the upon as prop.rty Improved Rowell's Patent Double
ralm..tto I J1ol1r.Jume181hIS99. New York in shipping their to market Cogwheels -
dflnuvit that the d..f.'n.but crops
I "PI".I' : re"idi
  • satisfy the said Executiou and the
    ;L 'costume of the. head of the family and bu to 1 i t,.-\."d tun iiiiiti of the Sixth Judicial Ctrmit IV and in obtaining i-upplies. The attention of Patent Stop are,now nnquetttionubly -
    This the lath lav April. -70ANDREWS. ; :
    Ir o those who farsujH-rior to any apptrntu* for wash- -
    t ir OKNF1LJL.nX ..f'l":. ". 1.1 to-wit : In Colun.bia County, areord..rlQ Goods from NEW cloihcti
    ,. YORK is called to the bet (that jug ever invented and will save their
    in s.i i X.tU It is hereby ordered that thed they can ship
    Western returned cobt twice a yt'ar. by bating !labor and clothes.
    Coroner's a weekly from .
    jury New York
    bv this
    10th 1870. td.. f..f..r.11't ilo nj 1'11 i Mir mini plea. anvsvcr or de- route AT .
    I TmUct'that the deceased came to his May ... ,..- ni.ir i" thy Coi..i laiiuut's aid bill on or beforeih Cash MUC11 LOWER RATES ami' IN QUICKER] PKICCS-A FAIR OFFEK.

    death by exposure. "W'hatrou mean TAX COUECTTR'S E S A LE.UERNANDO I ", :irf-t Monday, 24. iiy in May i.cxt, or tho TIME Cotton thai, by any oilier route. If the merchants in your place will not ftirniih S
    ham. vullbtit.tkcu asconfrMied.i'miid'd taken" to New York ano through
    send for
    "by thatT asked a relative of the dead or the Machines, send us the rei
    I I 'lluit publication of this order be Bill Lading tinned at LOWEST BATE*. LJUE-!
    t1 Washer
    price $15,
    man; "there are two bullet holes in his : COUNTY.BY I made in tornotScml' newspaper published in PAID FORCastorBeans: EAL ADVANCES: made on Cotton consigned Int'I"e will forward either Extra Wrinijer' $10 f

    i': ..-...... ; ,knll." The Coroner replied, with a wave i this Circ-nt, once a week: thri-e months consccM. to us in N.!w York and New Orlean free of freight to places where or both one machined is sell _
    of his died VIRTUE OF AUTHORITY vested !ia me I tic1v.. Under the contract: recently made with
    .. : magisterial hand : "Just so -) t the ing ; and no sure are we they will be liked that
    'frompOsui'e'J t>ul1tts.!? by law. I have pus day levied upon ttud P. LYONS, Podtoffice Department, the Florida IUilroa.1 I we agree to refund the i if
    ,, '70 1.. will offer for sale in front. of_ th. Court. Housr. Clerk Circuit Court, lIilbb( '"' Co. Fla. Company will dispatch a steamer tosiil from L to n-tnrn the machines money, free of any one wuhes .
    :> The other dy Molecule' propoundedthe door in Broou 0'"ll" on the IM nonany m j uiy, J"U'JlLrylth.: ) 1170.; 3m.: I New Orleans every Saturday, from Usvst.a I month's trial according to freight aftera
    ., following f.fo Atom: "A boy said to a I A..D. 1870. daring the legal hours of sale, the I In Chancery. every Tuesday anJKey Welt every Wednes N'o husband, lather or brother should "permit ..

    f. .gentlemanly father and mother have a I: following described property or 110.much thereof and IX THE ClBCtTT CoCBT GIn .rCDICIAL ClBCITT UY day. Po8tmal rs at Key West and Sew Or.. the drudgery of washing; with the hands fifty- -. "I!\.
    as will Us sul&cient to Wlti..rllbe State FLOUPI. leans have been instructed to send mails Havana two in the ;-
    I or AND FOB MINJULC COITSTT.Elizabeth to days year, when it can he done
    daughter,but sbe is not my sister! Now, County Taxes due by the parties owning' the 11. Whiddtru by hit time and the American ter I.
    ] consul at more expeditiously! with lass
    'ALLE and no
    how do that?r Atom reflected &amtlor the A. D. 1809: and bock taxes Hava"s.as
    you explain year vs V Bill for Divorce. rOttoffice agent will dispatch re injury to the ,Rannenta.:: by a Clothe ;
    I but in v&la. At length,: Atom was far the year A.. D.1SC9, that may be unpaid, to- Geor-e; \AVhiddin, I IA I ALL KINDS Ol'I turn mails beach port forwarding: all such I Washer, and a Universal Wringer.Doty .
    wit : BILL having been filed in rev office in tie matter aacaa be. expedited in its Sold dealers '
    forced to give it "Why it's simpleenough,4 transmission I by generally,) to whom liberal
    up. ,
    .- Cooley William Est-The S E j of. 8 E 1. S Jabove entitled cau.e, and it fein i mude to i I HY thisroute. discount are made.44tf. 41
    t f. 4. said Molecule, with an.eiaper"attog T 21. by atfiiLivit that the defendant I) -
    18 R19, appear r\'to Irs i eeaveTsmpa going South
    t. ..... j. jniiJe"the: : ; :: boy;,lied I* v Dent. John F, Est- I beyond the limits of the Sixth Judicial Circuit : Plain i and L.voTsmnp* eoin, North every Friday R. C. UnOwucr;. '
    Harvell Berrien, st-SE 4 of S. W I. S 26.R of Florida tn-wit : In SumUr County in KaiJ | Fancy( : eveiy Friday Genertl: Agent i -
    t r. ",- A family in Florida i lost (heir' JttUe boy 21, T 2L Stat It is hereby ordered that the defenilant I afforded Every accommodatioa and facility: will lie; :3-2 Cortlandt Street,New York.
    7 .and they advertised for him in the 'daily Peed Jeremiah fite-S E i of X E I S 20, do appear and plead au \\er or doaur: to the:i!. to $hipp'er an.Consignees J I'J the ..
    :f the line
    : > .. paper. That very afternoon an alligator R20T21. Com plain! :Ant's said bill on or before the first ; WORKNEATLY 4genLof at all point. Bread -
    JOB Your Large
    r-j. ; crayledupoutortke'>> swamp and Ldiedon Bellows. RemyMsMy. Monthly,6th day in June next: or the same will FV.obe-lient. servant, :!
    .. John P- be taken as confessed !I 1T.RKINS.ACO.;
    I: : 6 the front door-ciep. In big stordach: l s..xonaW..SEofNWS21: R 19, Prori'd, Th:it publication of this order l.e A!:f"n" lit, TilE subscriber rt'lpectCulltn'Qtml! tne U

    : :;. 'wert found a handful f } of red-hair, .sAne: I T22.I made in some official newspaper publihetl in 2 Csro'1del Slrf'ttX..w Orl au" ; c that he has commeuced. rnaufactur-,* .

    Jfone \buttons) a glass alley) a bras -:'arrjele3pi -I We.k.Jamu-SEI0fNWIS26. R 21, this Circuit, once i,' wetk three months comwc-,I EXECUTED AT THE I, K.lomm: : ing ."/ I

    & '. tol a Sunday-sbcool book "'ajjti'a T 21. utively. Agent, Large Bread of
    : 1 WM. L. FRIER.SON. JOHN F. BARTHOLF, 174 .Chambers Street, New Yoik. Fresh pnpcrforqnuiify

    ., ;_ --. 'pur or cb.eck: pants.. The. 'advertisement.' Tax: Q\llf'dor'lIcnando Co.I Clerk Ct Ct, :Manatee Co. -- W. .f;. FERRIS, rally Daily dealt Regular Custonirewill: b, lib ;
    t--' did it. 1 1 Tampa Arril. 20th. IbTO./ ; Ul, Feb 23d' 3in PEN SUL1 R OFFICE Ajent, !lth.'l/ -

    ..... S T.mmaF'i t June 20th. FLETCnER. .
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