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 15, 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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VOL. 5-NO.: ; 6. TAMPA, FLOBIDA t WEDNESDAY JUNE 151870.1 82.00 A YEAR. ; j L ; i :


p Slcriba Seninsolar Sfluannat Carts At the Bottom of the Sea. "Onr Indian Affairs" I o'clock sounded and there was no appear::;. The Honeymoon Bosinm. r \ ,
ance of the bridal party. 'i)
The of 1870' has '
season opened with
Punchinello disposes of this vexed ,
THRILUXO ADVENTURES OF A DIVER WHO Friends made kind suggestions unusual briskness and vitality From Niagara 1 : I t
1 '. largest t Clrealiltioa'1a Qt tad Country. XW.MDERSOmOXS&CO.Sotton '8 VISITED THE ONEI!DA. question, : the groom had bolted, or the bride eloped comes the 'report of forty-seven t :
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Commissioner Piogan, of Montana, with another and the organist, promptedby
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in hotel. :
.. 24th couples one Fancy 'forty-seven
On the day of February the "lx I
>rrowed" submits the outline of with the mischievous fair
a treaty began
some : one, .
: ADVERTISING RATES men trying to look as if they had been .
, ., .' n't steamship! Aroostook, with Charles Indians, which embraces the followingpruvi playing, "Oh, dear, what can the matter V
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or married for and only in i in.'sembling
S. years, succeeding ; : .
and J. Lougee rractical and experl- "
-07r -- :-ions, (the embracing of provisions be, Johnny's so long at the fair. lIe imbeciles. Think of /
: fort- I n
r tTIIE FLORIDA PENINSULAR* ('nt'Ctlllin'rs l from San Francisco,, went to K'ing strictly t in character:) followed up this attack by "No one 4o f I
; in those '
; creatures
where _the Oneida lies, in 123 feet of wa ** even shrinking i .
AND and-wound with \
1. No infant under three months of none to ccrre, up -
colored iilks :f
TAMPA FLORIDA. ter. \after( the usual preparations had mauve or pearl having I
age, and no old man over one hundred! interminable variations on "We won't go that look to clothes t
shiny peculiar worn It .
been concluded and by sounding it had ; ,
1 Square; ( Dgthe'Ip6Oe' and be killed either in bat. home till morning"In '
ten to by .
party x for the first time. Meditate on some old ; \
been ascertained that the deck of the
: \ierlinea, ir lees one insertion........1.50 tle. the midst of this popular melodythe 1. t
. Cnrsus who has married some rural Gai- \ ;, -
V inMTtion........._75Oneiqukre Oneida was 103 feet beneath the !surfaceof wUhcd-for made its ,
For rrery RiUequent All to be killed party appearance} ,
Met h women on sight. selda. lie red-faced and stall-fed like. t I
- .' months...-.. ...........10.00 c antsI ; the bay ; after every caution had been Where tho small-pox l Is raging the the: ushers leading in front and taking position the; t ; i l
she waiting Reflect _
, .. ..... given to eight strong sailors' to keep the of the alter peony. upon
One cabana, one yetis.'.... .. $150AdrertiwsnenU field to be left to the Small-Pox. on each side railings. venerable widower who has married his i, i L
Drayton Street near the Say air-pump constantly in motion and allow _
the of father
7. marked with the'n1UD 2. Presents to Indians to'l'Onsist chiefly Tho bride leaned on arm her -
old love who reigned over that withered I
; bei of iMe&OM desired, will be published until not an instant of stoppage to'occur, aa I of ammunition and whisky.: :Mr. J. F.: Snow, and was exquisitely c t' 1
arms wife
SAVANNAH, CEO.. thereby depended the life of the bold diver old'pippin, his: heart, before his first f t
;I". .' ordered out and charged accordingly. s 3. Liquor-sellers and apostles to be encouraged lovely. She was very fair, with yellow married him in cold blood and led him an :. I I I -
. after Charles. Lougee had been helmeted .
r Ade t enema due from !first insertion and Prompt attention given to all basin es en. I ; and shut from air that on equal terms. ( golden hair, and a bright complexion and awful life. Gaze upon A Shoddy Greenback 1' ; d :
VV If .collectable tiooordin lr. to our care, and liberal advances except. supplied 4. Amateur to bo' warned soft blue eyes. She was dressed in white '
sportsmen and sail into ,1'I
lady as they
through the slender tube of coiled Esq. J
made Pioluce In band.
pun OcJW-ly satin kcollfte with' trail. Her ,
\ .OFFICIAL a; LEGAL ,ADVERTISEMENTS."jr rubber, with a life-line around his body, against killing Indians during the breeding crowned, with an ample wreath of dining-room, look l languidly over the 1 I !
hair was a heavy
1 and leaded clogs to his feet with "Good- season. i bill of fare' and with an air of being very 't) ; j
"" t.. i. blossoms and white vail which
[ $ .a'... .....Florida: Peninsular having been si gna. onuuKTty.L. Jourru"XESY- bye," and "God bless you," from all 5. Quakers and Vincent Collyer to be I orange covered completely her a dress. much bored, order, enough for six! plow- .' "1 I I II'
t t-' i ttedaa one of the official journals of they Sixth3Bdicial j. imuiRm] & co aboard, he was cropped over the side, and assigned to duty at Washington. i The bride attended two bridesmaids men. Mark the "young man from the I
1 was by -
6. Four months' notice to be given of i I ,
advertUeaenta this hot day slouching in a J long- 1 I
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any intended attack on a white camp. tailed black coat cut short in the waist r 4'
vfllbe.follows : while nervous: tremor shot through 'our ::
:s -.. Cotton factor L. Sutton, both blondes of very attractive I -
7. In scalping a lady the rights of : I
in limo shoulders
__ Notice of Application for Letters ofJLdnnniatruion. frame, as we realized the fearful risk undertaken and dressed in tar andluff\-tl V ..

If...'".'_ 5 wfeks, ?.%. ,. .....-. $500Notice AND by that man who was seekingfor property waterfall and'switch to be sacredly letan appearance trimmed,plainly with large flowing red roses. trowsers, a LJll"k'e! t buttoned high up, ;, ''I.t
:\ 'to Debtors and Cr ditors, 8 w 800 truth in over\ one hundred feet of wa regarded.S. escorted .Messrs. W. relieved by a paper collar aud flashy tie, 1: '
t.; the leeward borne tide Declaration of love (((during a campaign They were by to of the massive gold chain ; I f''II ,
ft' 'Notice fcrDismissal, 8months, ...V.. 1200 GENERALCommission ter. Away to by S. Badger and C- S. Snow. The bridegroom say

Notice of Insolvency....... .-...-. 2000 and wind, came floating'' bubbles to the ) to \be submitted in writing. his arm to his future mother- and extensive seal ; his sandy mustache .:i. I ,t'zit
t surface life from below. 9. The usual atrocities to be observedby gave ej black his hair worn long and behind !! : .
othi Notices and Advertisements signals ,
All ;Legal! in-law who was attired iu white silk t
Merchants. both ;
: parties. his and his face 'polished to a high : I .
.' to the they oc- The men at the pump were laboring cars, !
-will be charged space moire, trimmed round the skirt with adeep
10. Hostilities to terminate when the :
r. the of insertions manfully, but becoming fatigued, attempted state of rubicundity, holding nervouslythe t
and number required breadth of Chintilly: lace, and witha
.. copy dollar e6'h inser Hay Street, Savannah, Geo. to change for fresh hands, and there last Indian )lays down his tomahawk, (to hand of an apple-faced) young woman :. ; i .
eat the rateof one per square pannier of mauve satin.
take drink unless shot his I
a ) sooner by
was a stop. "Great God you will murder in an antediluvian cut silk of a gorgeouspattern '" i -

.' .. tioD.I -- Agents for Bradlev'a Snpr. Phosphate ol( my brother f Quick: for Heaven'ssake white brethren, or removed to a new reservation Hev.The Dr.ceremony Rogers.-was Xcto performed York Sun by May the who is a fidgety combination of \ f 1.V't,

Lime. !" And the by the small-pox. and rusticity and invaluable V I I
quick as men recommenced giggle, happiness t
TEES TO SUBSCRIBERS: Bagging Rope an.llronTltI always on band Action this is to 20th. '
on treaty expected
the revolutions of the air-pump, as a source of amusement : J
,\it. '-"Per Annum I. (in advance) : : $2.00 Usual {Facilities vxfeiidotV'to Customer take place in about ten years. -- .'-- Ponder these V
." \ the elder Lougrc, with blanched face and the rest of the guests. on U i 1 1
:rV:: .' Siy,.Months, ; : : : .. 100 *. trembling life, gave a signal on the lifeline The same high: authority thus ventilates LIQUT ox THE TRACK.-As the time for people, end then if you can find it in your : 1

the ethnological history of the RedMan { the coming of the train approaches, i 1 1of I
JOSLTB riNtOiS, I AS. .. PARAMO E below. For an instant there came no you heait to ko "on a tower and run the risk

JmutSJ ([ar 5. E. c. rntEovs. response, and the face of that brother : see far along the track a beautiful light, ruining you and your wife's digestion! t ,' 'I -
Indians the first inhabitants of round, red and bright as the rising moon, i
-- seemed to turn to marble ; but then we were by hotel fare, don't say you were advised r '
LEGAL. JOSEPH FINEGAN CO. saw two quick motions from the submarine this country- "Lv 1" was the first, only, moving directly toward you. The near. not CoiirierJourttal.A; -, V ,

station, and knew'it was the welcomesignal and original alwiginal.: His statue may er it comes: the brighter it shines, as "the -- ---- J' I

JF of "all right," and then Lougce be seen' outside of almost any cigar store. path of the just shining brighter and A President Removed from Office in South I ,. -
I W. J. BARNETT. 0 Jl m (G t Q Irf 9. turned to the men at the wheel, who came His descendants: are still called "Low," brighter every da)'." The highway is America. I 1 ,

often six feet in The Indian clearly defined, and tho iron rails that i
AND so near sending both below, and simply though height. Details of the death General Urquiza, l

i said : "My or.ly brothers life depends upon is generally red, but in time of war rest on the wooden beams are all ablaze of Hi* Argentine Confederation, have V .

t rutg atEEOOKSVILLE a\t your efforts in keeping t that pump in he becomes a \eller.." He lives: in the with friendly light. By the aid of this been received. On the evening of April r '-

r t51 s $m'\mljhim\wm\ \\ r; motion-stop again at your peril." The forest, and i is often "up a tree.17 Indians wonderful invention, 1 the faithful engineer 11, at about seven o'clock, be was sitting f V

FLA. calm face and passionate eye told these believe in ghosts, and when the Spirit i is enabled to disco\erany danger alongthe in the "pastio of his pallace at San Josi, f'"

men not to stop again, and with Lieut. moves them, t they move the :Spirits.; (X. track, and thereby save many valuble reading, when he was notified that sonic t

a 1tTLL PRACTICE IN THE 6TH & 7TH Bay Sired, Snrannah. Geo. Tanner close by, they kept at work until B. They have no e\i'ise !law.) ; They have: lives and avoid the destruction of a good armed men were surrounding the house. .

; 'II Judicial circuit and fire prompt atten- r J IBERAL ADVANCES mad on Cotton con iu sloped by orders from Lougre. Meantime an objection to crooked paths, preferring deal of properly. He at once ordered that,the guard should V
.ig'Ie to ui or to our Coiffcpondmts!
Uon > all business entrusted. him to taLeevery' thing "straight. Although You will not have failed to observe, but the -
1* Sew Yolk and Liverpool, Bagging Hope while we were on the deck of that be called out, guard disobeyed
Da29th. and Iron Ti.-* furnirlied nt lowest "811" ocSm "sand-pan," counting the tedious moments fond of rum, they du not possess the :Spirit however, that it does not throw any light orders and refused to move. General I -

,4 which half of the old Rum! -nns.; 'nWYrc deficient on the broad and beautiful fields that lie took alarm and shut -
lengthened to an hour, Charles Urquiza at once I
1 JosephB. Wall' 1, T.B Ell}:'] EX OLIVEh I Lougee was searching the Oneida ait the in all md.lls'Xl'l'pt brass., This quietly asleep, wrapped in the mantel} of himself! up in his library. Suddenly a '. t

Late Editor 4 1'iopnttiT TalluliaMee SeDline t tremendous depth ml'nt itlnl'J. they have in large quantities. The Indian tile night, on each: side of the highway ; band of armrd men penetrated the premises t

COTTON FACTOR At last t came the signal for "surface," is very benevolent ; and belie.\inir but lights on narrow way for the rattling! broke into the !house, burst open the ,

: iom at gate, COMMISSION N MERCHANTS and instantly! : the life: line was put in motion that 'uTWaS)' lies the bend that wears a car with its precious frieght. The reflector door of the room in which the General .1 :

,, ; Iowly'- came the coiling hemp and crowd he scalps his friends to allow themto was not designed anything further.Mr. was concealed, and one of the men, placing t ,.

BROOKSVILLE. FLA. -AltD- rubber on deck, and at last, away in the sleep better. This is touching in the Williams, the inventor did not attemptto : a blunderbuss: the very mouth of ,. d

GENERAL PURCHASING and deep blue wan came in sight the diver, extreme. He is also'\'t'IJ' hospitable, often substitute lamp for the sun or moon, tbe General, fmd; the ball took effect, t \

;.,. TfTTIj PR-CTICEinthe"lth and 6th Jndi- .FORB.4RDLVGdGE1'T. shrouded and panoplied in weird garments.As treating his captives to a hot Stake.- but simply to make the path of rail car a and the General fell. a l.

". YV" *al Circuit, and Rive prompt attentionall : Savannah Geo. he came to the surface he reached Thi is also touching-especially' : to the way of.light after the sun had ceased to Instantly the whole of the household! 1 l ,

iciness entrusted to his care. one'tguments of Cotton. Corn $rup. \Vo6lHide Minister DeLong a sword and lacquered captive. Ht is very ingenious in inventing illuminate it, and when :the storm should rushed to the room and the general'sdaughter : ;: -

I *. Tobacco. Rice, NU girl box, and then was his helmet loosed!, and new modes of locomotion. Riding hide the moon and stars behind its dark;: ;
liberal adrance,,.will be in.-vJe: when tiesiin.'.- curtians. Lola, on perceiving her fathermurdered
crowded around hear of the rail i is of these. This is don
the to on a one
party f
MITCHELL |'C."nodat attention given to the lISt! : of al and weltering in his blood, flung
I. L. But who
Produce gallant ship. Among our party were '. after dinner, in order to aid! digestion! although over complain of Mr. Williams '
/' all| JJ herself the lifeless body of her murdered I. .
upon} ;
I'I tor not constructing) his reflectors
many of the Oneida; among them were they often "settle-your hash" m'a so and

TISON & GOKECK. Wm. Crowin hield, Capt Clark, Master II different way. Indians are independent, that it might )light j up every highway andbypath'and parent t'1 embracing the corpse had f-
at I calling upon the assassins: as they
t1Yrnt tr au'. Yates, and Dr. James Suddards. who and can "paddle their own canoes." It thoroughfare in the whole ',

I were intensely excited to ]learn the tidings.: .1! is very picturesque to see an Indian, who country No one, for all know that such killed her father to kill her also. With ... lw
( j fired
Dffift4ia IF.a 4 :Satanic; cowardice the assassins on
V FLORIDA t- TAMPA. the but strange to not a ball .
feet the i is No allusion to usOur sins have carried us along group, say
70 was quite clear, as the sun gave J, water High. ( Long- way
I all the balls i
struck the heroic girl, entering ,
xvud tt7attaokt:;vaQ excellent light, aDd although my supplyof I I fellow "Higherwater" i is intended.) Indians from God. A great gulf yawns: between the lifeless body of her father. Meantime t

air was once checked for an instant, 11 I are pretty good shots, often shooting us and our loving Fat her; and the Lord
of the Generalrushed
-TTTHII erne PROMPT ATTENTION TO MERCHANTSCJlV' leached the tll'Ckf the ship just astern rappids. Their aim is correct ; but in mercy spanned that chasm by a great another daughter t

:--. ebucinessCmtrnatetl to his care. of the mizzenmast and close by the mess! as :Miss:\ Cajuilet observes, "What's in an highway. This way is for our return, and to the scene, and with her own andwounded j '7't I

$'J:, Gu. room hatch ; the tide was ebbing quite !I aim T" (Answer in our next.) They are is called the way of holiness, and over it hand shot down one of the assasoins: : x! .r .
General Jordan
J....A....>DDEJUIOJL. . .... J.-..F...,HENDEESOS.HEDERSON .. ..... WEitiil coutiuua bu.ii>_ at the old stand strong, and 1 was compelled to hold to also skillful with the long-taw. This ana by it we are pcrmitcd and directed to who+ is son-in-law General Lopez ,'

!. .! Y STJ EET and ..ff.r out ..erriceto lines from the ringing to keep from .being I I does not, however, indicate that they take r -t urn tooiir Father's house.. I'rquiza II' .
surrounded his with four hundred I
the Uriclmuts end riatitorn of llill l palace
> oio swept forward. 1 first: examined the side an arrow \iewof thin).:.. Not all. 'Some To make this way plain before our ,
& HENDERSON) and the adjacent eonntiea (or the tale of Cot. men. The murderers of Urquiza; I
.. of the she cut from the mizzen :I times when reduced live minds, our Father in heaven has given us i}!
ton and other Produce, aM> for recessing and ship ; was! ) famine-they fled from the palace crowed the Uruguay ,e .. .
forwarding Cotton and Mercliondise. rigging.at( an angle of about 40 di-1 i arrowroot.. Sometimes they! dip the a wonderful reflector, by the aid of which ,
&wtv f Ion and in the Banda Oriental. V
at ';U\1, We are prepared to make liberal l advance gives) across the \\hole stern of the ship, points of their arrows in perfume, afterI We are able to comprehend something of are now.... _: f
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,. on where conniunnif;iti! preferred to u for tube sale lomar.lt-J ii> tbi 3.Iar..tor to our her timbers, far below the water line, being j i.i I which they (the arrows, not the Indians,) his holiness and love, and forta tl' the bliss HAND: Sri.ttttxtihow: did people '

TAMPA,. FLORIDA friends in Liverpool, New Tusk, 1'bilaJelphia, crushed and broken, the captains cabin are Scent. That this fact was known to3Ir I that awaits us at. the end of the road, and first get into the habit of shaking hand t

BoUon liaki more. cut in two, the wheel and :steerage Shakespeare: i is shown by his lin... also foresee the dangers and obstructionsthat : Tbe answer i is not far to seek. In early and .
I having lid tiftt-ru experience in the all carried and in fact the 1 lie in our path.
year gear away, )i "Arrows by any other name would wmll as may barbarous: times, when : or .
Cotton Comm i ill ton Bniinen whole side and end of the ship stove in This great light is the Bible. It reflects every savage "
I I his soldier I.
I : -Oft, PRACTICE in the .Southern and the will of God semi-savage was lawgiver, jtu'f. .
wheat.1Vhat concerning
cut The i N south. us I
or ship heading
Savannah, we hate an extended and .away.
t.: vtern Circuit of theSUte.'MEDICAL. teen.raI by the illusion:: to wheat is and policeman, and had other protection -
acquaintance to whom we refer with eon west, and sits upright on the bottom, and i': '' namely, salvation.. It is appointed by.
but it
not clear refers to' two friends
quite : or acquaintances: or
._ ;
ti.leoce. is I laid down the great Author to be a "lamp unto our
j' making tllowly on :
Old K\e. An Indian be called the > two bu friends '
t desiring to or acquaintances t
WM. II.TISOXVII. straiujers ,
x deck and peered over the broken end into feet and( a light unto our pat b." It is sure
\ W. GORDON'. Bow ideal of a man. And then, again, I when they chanced to meet,
the cabin, but did not dare trust my airline word of prophecy, wherunto we do well to ; ,
I he may not. It t i is a bad habit to call offered each to the other the right: hand- : "
in with timbers. take heed as to a light that shineth in a
C. L MITCHELL Oscar Cheesman contact thejaggl'd name The Western {people have given II the hand alike offense and defence, the U' ,1;
Dt The and dark place. It does nor( pretend' to reveal
f | guns armament, except one, are
up the Bow, but still retain the Bowie- hand that wields the. sword, the dagger, .
all in aft but I did not forward' everything. It is not designed to -
place ; go supersede
the fiddle and the Bow the club the tomahawk other .
"Hang (By or :
up weapon
VFFiS HIS rBOFESSIONAL BEBVICESto I afraid of in theriggings" the Almighty but simply to make
\XIlOL}:AI E DEALER.IX as was entanglement: ; ron.) Perhaps it is 'arrowing' to their of war. Each did this to show that t the '
; known much of bis'in and
Cmwinslrield he so plans
thdtizen of Tampa and surrounding Turning to feelings. Perhaps it is not. The Indian 1i ] hand was empty, and that neither war i ii
".. would be for the
.. said : "Your evidence,"which I read, described purposes as nccessarry i
i is different from the Girl of the intended. A
treachery was man cannot
a_ the atefeadta almost the Pl'riud'1| salvation and eternal} happiness of his
Calls from I
c' .count country promptly : exactly injury exceptthat \
CROCKERY & GLASSWARE He has "two strings to bis bow, while !I well stab another while he is engaged in .
she was cut deeper than could creature man. True enough, it does not
she has two beaux the act of hands with him
on a string'Wactin shaking unless ,
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;; have.known l ougee expressed the : I' light up) the dark vaults of mystery in
OECE : At :Mr. Samuel Mitchell1 red- ....- he be a double-dyed traitor and villain
; 71 Ztien York.
; "' Wnrrrn JSt lief that it will he impracticable to bt'-I which the purposes of Gud are concealed i ::.
< 'I' dens Fek 2d. for the P ri ; from but it beams with clear andslt.ad
.. T..*, 1'1a.1IaUI.' 1870 lye the chip, lut that the splendid ( I us, a the left, while giving the right and
personal effect, ete., lan be saved if th '1 The Reformed Church on Fifth avenue )' light on the straight and narrow pretend -,
( ing to be on good terms with his 'ictim'fho .
I \
Government sees proper. Hy this survey; and Twenty-first: street was radiant on : way. Everything necessarry for our happiness : .

I : ;5. R. WILLIAMS, Ir I the tinuny of the living is verified, Wednesday with the lustre of its numberless is here nude known. There isscarcely custom less of hand-shaking all prevails: 1: -

LOUISIANA Verc and the memory of the dead without a gaslights, the occasion being the a duty connected with the: work more or among civilized nations, 1 _
and is the tacit avowal
P sician and Surgeon stain, for the position of the ship as found, marriage of Miss :Ella Louisa Snow, of of this life, or projecting into the glory of kiss friendship and i

I and the positions! of both the Oneida and East Twentieth street, to Mr. George C. the life that is to be. not a precept or good will,just aw the i is: of warmer h

I. "-:!; LOO.IN TAMPA tend UITABLE Bombay, as testified by the navigating Wandling, of New Jersey. The seats principle relating to the steady glow of passion. --- ... -- \1 : t ;i V.;:

rG officers, show that it was impossible for were all filled, the urgan loft wa invadedby : this powerful reflector. A voice comes from Territory .

.._, bia"Ofl"e ional Services to the Citizens oi r 1 the captain of the Bombay to have ewerseen fair strangers, the aisles were impassable :. The light thus afforded' the traveler saying, Send:: us Washington wives. A thousand ;, .

the red light of the Oneida, and "homeward bound, is sufficient to lead
with standing beauty galleries
: !Tau and vicinity.Ce LIFE I INSDRL\tB 1 (OMP1SY] \ 1 that the order of "Port jour helm," by presented row upon row of tired spectators tbe whole world across the gulf, and be- or more of l virtuous, industrious:> andgoodtempered I I II .

-In Vincent LeamrdyVi residence9ptiMa7 Eyre WRHoni., and the "Star fresh yond the swelling flood to the paradise of I young women "are wantetlhclpU1i.It'i j
I Captain : and still at every moment : arrivals -
lit*. 1870.iaining as : : for the lords of creation- :
1 : 42 CANAL St, NEW ORLEANS, LA. board, hard-a-starboard," of Master Yates, 'II taxed the patience and the ingenuity God. The wafaring man may comprehend The : I
I I region the voice "is fertile ,i iI1Mucing'
LIFE POLICIES, .parable QnarterL was right.-COT. Sacramento Bee. I IAn of the 'six ushers. These gentlemen, it, and he that runneth may read. says, (

o lie QQVJ) )I ISSUES -6DDually, Fiftten. Ten and Fire. \I Messrs.[ II. U, He:>th, A. A. Freeman ... -- fifty bushels of wheat to the ,
Yean witch without endowment Rates 681 i I : acre. But what is wheat witb.Cl a wife. .e
> low and terms. as favorable as any cooipiiuy its intelligent youth, recently I engaged W. H. Patton, Edward 1'. Ilt'nedict, E. At a church fair in Kansas pity, a set I In one county of the Territory alona "

.: ---... the Unitod Sut i.JOSEPH. in one of commercial offices in Oswego A. l.igguld) "'. 11. f'U'..tuie. attired of hed-room furniture was voted to a there are four hundred adult men aaj ./ ; "r

:f Borgcwi> for ti, Tension Office ELLISON, President, made out a shipping bill for "fourty" in faultless evening cottime, and young lady, with the understanding that, only twenty-three women, all told." t" '.i

i'. .. '" J. W. STONE:: Vie President, barrels of flour. liis employer called his sported lln the left button-hole of their if she! was not married, in a year the furniture .. '

:..-. ...:,;V:. ,j' "',. \V, P. ILUU'EU, SecreUry. I attention to an error in the spelling ofi swallow-tails a wedding favor of white should be returned to. the church. Some lawyers resemble folks who can -. ',

c ., c.... .,.H ,", JOHN MILLER. R, :I i forty. "Sure' enough," replied the prom- staton and white hyac)nth. The'ren>ory Sec is now on the warpath, armed l with sleep in any position. It is imjuterial: : ;

: _, ,:,i TADfFA, .FLA. 1'aznr,Fix ,, king clerk, "I left: out the 3"." was fixed for eight o'clock, but nine ta { bedstead. on which side they lie."V f

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i t Q l Funlilag Bill. I Il" TAMPA AND TICl lTI' I Edward II. Reed, A s't. Adj't. Gen j I FROM WASnnJTO\(; I.I the Consulates, the Naom Theatre, many '

: .4 IOt b houses of worship, and mosques, thousands .
WAShINGTON June 3 XOlln- 'ililsmorning's
We 1--- ,
1 print in another column the lill I eral.Leroy
; l" General J ,of dwellings and the richest stores
D. Ball
in market. Quartermaster Republican says that the iron- 4 1 I
Ripe pumpkins are
WEDNESDAY "JUXE .for funding! the outstanding indebtednessof John 1*. Varnum Gent t I and shops in the city was reduced to ashes. f
iitb. JSTO.ipiMijiii i Commissary. ;clad fleet lying opposite New Orleans has I If
.. ... .. the State both of The ]loss of life by falling walls has I
as passed ,
Houses P.
.j t -nun i --j-- ".- ;: Fine rains have throughout the George Kaney, Judge ral'l I been ordered to prepare for sea, and their

'SPECIAL\OTICE.; 1'I; tbe Legislature Saturday, the last day country in the past week.Communication General. destination i is supposed to be Key West. been fearful. It is estimated that at f. t I

:; "nercafler the subscription priws wf'IhePENIXSULIK of tLo e410n. The Bill was introducedinto I John A. Henden-'on, Inspector Gener :.This looks ominous, considering the proximity least thirty:,, people have been killed or inJured -
: from Bartow left al. by .this cause alone. The loss isincaculabl. I
out of West to the Ever Faithful .
I xrillfec S3" Per year, b 'ad- Uie House by Mr. Walkir! of Leon, ,' on account of want of Charles V. Hillyer, Chief of Ordnance. Isle. Key The fire at this hour (coon) i_ 4 4I .

Ii .1' vance $2.50 if paid \iithln six! tnueths, after all other measures outhesuijeithad i ... _. space.__ i P. A. Holt, Surgeon General. I is still burning fiercely, anti the excitement I "
I in-
was ,
and S3 if Borpaid. until tljovtnd/_ the failed. Leon County t therefore, is i enti- The market is, bt'illg.l1. supplied with : To be lirigadler-Gfucrali qf.J1iliLia.-, J truduoed in the House to-day to authorize of the people beggars description.., I
W 4| BJ -*Ii Lm ** -"** = j of the It
year ire make flu* rv3&tioiibeJieWth tied} to the credit of tbe measure, if any melons and all kinds vegetables.. I Josiah T. Walls, Wm. J. Purman, Geo'j the President to submit a propositionto The fire was in the merchants richest part and bankers I t JI

ItiriU largely.!hcrcase\ur jjabhcr5p\ there l Itt' I E. Wentworth, and Win. X..I Jwitb. the Spanish Government for the settlement city, where the heavy Theatre I
llLt:1JEKTUAL & Co. want ; situated and the Noam
100,000 as \
lion list. We cd abJr.ict I George S. Wells to be Sheriff of Es- ,of the Cuban difficulties by ar I t I It
-1 .. ask our friencU- to The following will give the Cypress Boards. See Advertisement.Capt. I cambia cO1nt'i E. H. Paine removed -i I and the'English Consulate are nearly. t !
bitration.WASQIKGTO.V. !
l1wrnlCf01\'M', reader idea of I the provisions of clear that !
1 [' for n. a correct two thousal'd feet apart it isf .

.t tlw Art : McKay, Sen., has our thanks for I Wm. Clark to be for I June G.-The Ways I the conflagration: was extensile. That I : t
I County Judge
'The Section first that the and rl' Committee, this afternoon reported and the wind tI
llurnl Contihlan fortune bcbockfall provides Comptroller late New York and Washington paper Calhoun vice A. de part of the city is elevated, I
I or'USl'rul shall wake ou exhibit of the entire ceased. county, B./'arraway. I to the House the Fwidinp: bill.-' had full sweep along the great street of !

"tnmatllifJr'tb'c'. indebtedness of the State, whether The steamer Jfaico left Fenta ltussat It provides for the issue of one thousand Constantinople. 'r- i
Zachariah Brown, be of I
I to Clerk Court
)arm.el'. bonded otherwise to and inilliou dollars worth of bonds, bearing has been .
including ,
'I' op fur havana with 413 head of Leef cattle, fur Calhoun vice Win. Clark l-u-ning--TbA: conflagration 1. i

.1 i: SkuII. ;tbi1 first day of .July, 1870, except any I on 30th nIt.Messrs. i county, resigned. four per cent coin interest and running checked, though the flames are still raging .

H ; r/lt wm be,.eea' ,by. a list of appointments debt! incurred" for perfecting the public : II J. P. Maloney, to b* Assessor of Taxes thirty years, which hall be ,exempt from fiercely'' at wine points they cannot -i ; .' I

.: In works or settlement of Indian war.. Oppeinheimer A: Sweat advertise taxation ; authorizes the Secretary of the spread. Houses have been blown up, j
t to-clay's that J.T. Wells, for Columbia Auburn Er-
-' colored I h4'on. paper, claims. This exhibit shall: be made to.I for Eggs, Chickens acd Melons, for win, declined. countyice !Treasury to dispose of thw se l bonds at not and the fire isolated. The loss of property i- I J JV

of our Militja Brigadier the Govenior, by whom it shall 1 be laid less than par value, and to sell all the i is immense as the burnt district in-
: which will cash. Sanders to be Clerk of Court I :
,Generals before Legislature and published forhr they pay Myers, surplus gold in the Treasury the proceeds eludes one of the wealthiest and best built
for Franklin vice Thos. O'Con
"; county, j
information of the of which to be nsed in buying and archive
1 jH-ople. Mrs. Col. "W. G. FEBKIS has presentedus nor, resigned.H. are up martrrs of the cilAU the *
Tbe Lep1a1urou1jO\1rot the 4th Section second the -I the five-twenties The bonds British
,on requires Comptroller cancelling and of the legation were
with a lot of most delicious grapes, M. D. Bo'l ton, to be Collector of plate ,
: to pl'l'parti'coupon bonds of the denominations in the Treasury, except, those boughtfor
o ; Lnst.Bat utile business was done. See i Revenue and Assessor of Taxes for now saved.HAVAXA.
of SoOO $200 and for which we bow our gratified acknowl 1 the Sinking Fund are to he cancelled.It .
51,000 Guatemalans
article June G.-Some -
froo\tte Floridian in lo ; I pa SI00, bearing six per cent, semi annual edgements. clined.Wm.. county, iJet t allows gold to be received by the Treasury have appropriated land in the Iexi.can ,

;, per.: interest tIne after date I: three cent ten days notice. their
thirty years principal at per or State uf Chiapa and established
'. -inHo Dr. BUAXCII has received a new stock J. Lee to be Clerk uf Court Iir' ,
and interest payable in gold. The Li1'! was recommitted. own courts of law. Refusing to recognize

i'r ,"FOR COGEE&-The_ 'card of Section four directs that, after all the I of Drugs, Jledidnes, Paints Oil, &c.- Hamilton county, vice S. S. Smith, declined. Mlwellaneoas.XKW Mexican law, they were ordered away

: Hon." W. II. KEXDBICC(' announcing. lilmtelf bor.dIaresgnttl! and the great seal of, lie keeps nothing but the purest articles : YORK, May 28.-A letter from St. and warned that force would be used if '

as an Independent Candidate. ,forCon- the State affixed thereto, the same bJ.U'he 'I in his Store. Sw card.PEasONAL.1Ion' ] for C.Heriiaiido C. Keathly, to be vice Clerk Wm. of L.COIrt McMinn Domingo says that Sagol, an agent of needful} to remove them. It Lot believed HIT I

,.- be found in to-day's paper.- returned to the Comptroller, who shall county, the Spanish General Valmaseda, had been that Felix Diaz, Governor of the Stateof
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i I It
Will venders Ue\'ct cease?' open a bonded account, and .thereuponturn I J.A. IIENIERsox: David, resigned.Stewart to be Sheriff of captured by the Cubans at Cantillo with Oaxaca, is th' originator of the movement : ,

: ... over the bonds to the Ta-asorer, takitir i C. MOORE, JAS. I) GREEN aryl JAS. T.MAOBEE J. N., Mizell deceased.Orange I forty men, and all were shot. Valmaseda his design; being to form separate I .1 t

; "The Editor of the Peninsular has : his receipt for the same. : (t tbe hatter rather crest-fallen.) c.'Ounty'ice was at Bayamo where he and his forces republic. t
J. Granger, to be County Judge ef f .. : ,
I : been on'a visit to Knr West not long Section five-niaVts it the duty of the were surrounded by Cuban patriots. -
( I returned from Tallahassee, on the Beau- Polk county, >ice J. T. Wilson, resigned.J. ConT.UU1714L Law Rrx HAD.-The last case
aince. Ue pays the Sheriff and his Deputy Treasurer to open a bonded account which fvrt. A. J. Cruce, to be County Judge of BRYAN, WYOMING TEnuiroar, May of "martial law ran mad i, the trial of anolfictrot't'ae J JI

: iavitej him to visit the Jail,which he shall show the amount of bonds received, Taylor county, \ice Allen O'Quinn, re :30.-The Indians raided on the stage army for ol>UinImdiTorc from

did ; and thereupon he 'puffs that institution to whom paid out, the dates thereof and The Editor of the Madison InleU'ujcncrr signed. route at South Pass yesterday: capturingten hi? wife, The domestic infehfitea of an ill-

: so highly that ve suspect' ho didn't on what account ; and no ,bond shall be wants us t to send him a Melon, and we J. H. Sutton, to be Assessor of Taxes stage horses and woundlr,g one pt'rson. lU\of military ted 'r Selou JU,' to be in piu New*cil York.uponty The a officer board I

stay iu long. There b RO harm in being paid out except the order of the i The tonutry south is full of Indians. :
upon would most cheerfully do w but for the I for Taylor ciuntyKv Thos. Carlton, in Lit-ut. (bL El.LI K. Bailey anc hlu spouse .- -

en good {trait with the jaflor, VrotherM Comptroller.cction resigned.Win. KlCQUOND, May 31.-The crowd lit in the ilungbtv ofih*> lute Jacob Broom ex-

"- itcheH, but what bad you Ixt-n Juing J- $ six makes it the duty of the fact that Melons would he out of season J Buckner, to l be Collector of the National Cemetery yesterday wa:41 member of rba res troia ) h..an. This w.vre J
fLit time in tins wor'xl that nacliliiuatter .
think. Iln t
; Lire Oak Herald.Wfll before it could reach Madison. .
: Governor, a*'soon as the bonds are readyto Revenue fur Volusia county. very large. I I was ever trittl by conrt-niirtial; but I

Hrotbcr UKt' ," we were.simply bo paiJ but by the Treasurer, to issue I SKVLRE: I.m--We-regret- to learn 31. Delahunty, to be Commissioner of To.tlltI.l1'woocl Cemetery is filled this U *hut we nrt> to txpect,ve b3pp ?, nii- I .

: : -har" looking after the ditow. Any further a proclamation notifying all persons holding Pilotage for the l'ort of St. Marks. with persons decorating, the graves of the I tier tbiit LrW Llilli tAr, 1llilll.-.Yt_ 'ni/A.
that the llev. A. M. HEKSHEY of ClearWater
evidences uf indebtedness ; --.e. I -I,
Confederate soldiers.
any against W. 1'. Ormun, to IKJ Commissioner of
information .
wjlll he that !
most duerfullygiven. The N York Dentucntt btates fl\m-
tho Stale, who may desire so to do, to wa a heavy loser by the Cedar Pilotage for the Port'of Apalach l'Ola. The Commissioners (.f tbA Electionthis ,I Linly, \ho-w ill troubled \ith Grail on the- -' .

.-Ki: PEN. ._. pa-scut said evidences uf debt to the Keys fire. Mr.[ H's loss in furniture and : -.- nionilitig saw certificate: kof, election "-i- had m-uily said brain took n vote iu nruilronj I''

-r-- Comptroller who shall take up and retire other proper t ty amounts to S3000.: No Jeni-rul, News.31i to 11. K. Ellison as Mayor, mid t the rest car. tbl other day, on tl* onwtion I

: A FLOOD COfISG-Tlw MobxIJpg: the same I by giving to the bolder an order of the Couservatiu city tkke t. The lie- of re-uomiuatinjj Oran lor tie Pn-siiirticy.-- I
insurance.FowLS.C.il.. I s. Frederick Moeller, a German woman It htood thirt\.d ht fur(hmbn.ll'-o OKiuiutt.fie .
IM and live children from eleven to two pnt.tcd
{: :: are at tbe l eginnng! uf a flood-tide of a in bonds in exchange :\1111' iii lieu t there W. n. FKKKIS: uf suffocated in jlucourts.. Now h" i 114 cor.fiiiitl tn Lill.oJ. th.
jrin'sI were Dayton
vast white iiumigration from I-'nrope. of. I jears age, Tbt* Hceman who assaulted ,result learning that the car 'A iut l uLd with -
l t The grain butiness !Is overdone! in the Section seven requires the Comptroller, notice in this Issue that he will pay as highS I Ohio, on the :20th, and! an infant four man Porter yesterday has been CncJre.ft-I arrested on'.icLs, who "'dkin tr.wlol'..t..oJ froai onrixHi "

J West and l in California. There "are no satisfied that evidence $ JKT dozen for Chickens, and the high-$ weeks old badly burned. Mrs. Moeller and suspended from duty. I ,to al t her. The t"o'ot ajuiiint
being ofindi.ht'lIu" .
upon any "Jrln bad
was alive when rescued but soon died.The .- tlr..llt't're oast by the two ketpvni.
l' ,.'f farther temptations to money-making .i presented tll him is includedin cst prim for Turkeys &'. Just t think of baby will rccou-r. The lire was the 1 lI.lIGUlay: 31.-On Wednesday ]: \h i 1'
XheseifgJons{ and to-dny I the South offers the exhibit for in the first ....
provided three the honIf
section it farmers, yon can buy a barrel of flour result (careless-ness. morning men went to --
1 'II 1 i the most tempting fit-Id for new set- to order the Treasurer for I aid] .1
give an on IaSel Xeil McLeod, two brothers A roLTrn-AL Fcicsrsc.Tlw Boston Po.tt
with dozen Chickens.
: I a Give Ferris a The Democratic in New York
ilcrs of laborers and and majority '
1 capitalists the delivery of bonds equal in' amount to living in the WI.stern portion of Cumberland 1;Lvrt-si that. "with Xc1 York for a fulruuu I

1. '- ." J In t t'lmQt11r4)rJJ.. I'bewhott.. civilized the il,bt due the jterson holding the same, call and talk Chicken to him. \foots up over ninety-one thousand. county, and murdered them, and also I Iii" uatioual Democratic party williott ate tuvetam .
1 The official add the the utouiiUin of *hifh
: : world waking! M a conseittis-I figures to estimated ) currujtion
; up aid hall! cancel the vidci.ce of debt
for badly wounded the wife and ,
The gentleman who exclaimed, 1t told daughter ito" OI'Vt\'rl.l'4| the Lint, ..)re the R vtruurct I
: news of \this fact, ,and thos-u oft us who t which the order was given and file the :iiu 1prtll majorities. Thf figures may son of Neil McLeod.The I tu h.'uO'"t li.ir.ils reiieTc the pcnpl.from .

live five years lunger will! \\a- amazed at p same as voucher for such! order and you so, when he was 'hoaxed"with: thp( .' What a glorious result j McLeods were J 1)h mocrais, peacej j i jur,kn.s imiK-c 1 by an Usurpia! .l tunii-ul ,1

; the results of causes now in ietive OI
1 .. .* ''lxnlllt..J account charged agains-t the of the little joke about the cow and grindstone. man named Livingston was assassinated -'I their neighbors., 1 t Intro:!h.t t(1'lhtituthn.f ,gov -
; I Treasurer.Section. Judge M. was not acquitted, and and thrown into the river at (O.\ngn,1) 1 I >
II \
I IuiiIxIA: CITT, If'DJlay H-! -' '--
': : : Tbe aec nuilaU-d\ evidence from all New York, on Tuesday night. He had I -
I II eight'prohibits the imposition what dues "I told von so' have to say Thn'e inches If snow fill h'rt' "t'ih'rJay.To.by .\. ( PTTX AXD Xo CVRN-.--TlieAu Tu1tetfI
I p.rt I of Mexico n\cals lie condition of1: of any State or County tax on t the bonds? 1 1i : seduced a young woman in Xl'YI'r j it is again an.l \ > NewK mId there w uot in Maron u&ty o
We he will "I snowing freezing. i
now didu'ttell .
that country as in e\cry see ilepT.rab1e.j j i issued under the,act. I suppose say city and it i is supposed[ was the \Utim i NEW: ORLEANS June l. Arrived.1 Len ,!h yn' ra ti'.! fo; the j j>nlsititiu ;aivlf by-
1 Financially bankrupt, feudally 'dcinuralized I von so." of iwr avenger. A bloody dirk was left I Ion (-luiacithf cn'ly from the Wet shoall b .U>iw
nine directs the bark Ville de I..
I and Section Comptroller to 1,1an.JA St. one hundred and two tLija, bc-orr-s ,>f i vjtUuud it th .
: .. politically dit.rul'h'tl.! > thenis i ]I I the bridge where ihe affair took
: protection neither for her 'i annually assist upon all! taxable property[ !I ('Tlie Ityard of Education for this : scv en days from Hopg Kong, with 167 cattle an.l working Htock wtmll tin t-f i-rva- .
: property perwins. of kird a special tax sufficient to fatal diel occuied in Ternbourneparish coolies.Noinviril. iou, Ouly think of it!urul lima f.mr s the
i Trial is and 1 1hpedal 1 every C.'uuty an requested to meet at the office ,
: ) jury su.-pcnded : the intirest the bunds JssiieiT. I Louisiana, riventh. (;eJrge l.Hde"I CT., June I.-TI.II' :nrnthijvt tutf're the nit' com cr>j> vll bo -
pay upon Republicans
: laxes an leviwl by MHTC (;Joveruors 'i I of the County Superintendent, in I this I a brother of I the Attorn-I }' I fihurue !
The tlXhall! only be paid lawful money It'lwr. here had an tWt'rlad minJ d.fcattoday ....

L of StatcA. Urtgandago; i isa ftvnriteoecuiiatiii \I!I of the United States, or in the past, I city, at I K I) (O'ut'k1.) on Thurvlaj, i it thIif', was s-hot and killed in uduel in t tne charter election. The t n- I .\ftUtt-mcttt-i i---pablb-hrtl tu.U .i -(.\1\1&r t.u' 4I

of; dissatisfied. I cithohs. .nl 1 tie-1 j: due coupons, or in coupons for interi-Kt for ICth inst. :: by the edUorof, the 1 lluuuu. l'JII.: i tire Democratic U-kt-t, including the i; far, lily .:..i'.l nn-l 'iuipt''tf. ut 1 "p'<.ly

fealen puliticians. Cougres _/- withoutauthority the'ar in which suh tax i it levied andcollected. t Parties desirous of :eaeliirg: in Public The quarrel originated bet ween I h representatives flavor, was elected bj u large ni.Ljorily.'Flik ]i ouuu.tinI.-iL KidfSl fr..n Livui-x-1 iv3.I..nnu .
and the President nit hunt > cijriil fur J.iu3, Hh. will Tw ,
\ JH\\- of the Patriot; and Eagle.The : .- '! : m : -
Tho thus! tul'cctcd: ,shall in the
tax t of
cr.Ve_ bad boped braver Iud l wiser I Schools anrequested 1o n>rv forward' editt of I the Patriot s'ng, llel-. change stronghold Itepublicani ">u ii.uLsh rmniKniin th-V>Yt Indn. ialor I ,
only lie applied to the payment of Intirsj -: 1dI :- tiling from this* cople' after the expulsion -I'' ,' and h llllKt be appropriated to any for examination.: I den accepted! the t challenge all: 1 10,11 his t. the tilIIII' ba ertss of President IULL(ttt, h ..irH tmmthe l'nat.:11.' ...
0 f the Fjvncb 3ul1"t' rtluetanlkeunfrss ,
other purpose.The WATUnrs, quarrel all was: kih'll (Grant in his distribution of the IVderal ,

I to the grave result disappointment of re-publican: at rule winesslng in:- I: truth section repeal, *- all laws iu I! ('oiiiitv Superintendent.We I I I Is understood that (;un. 1.11rt [>i'tniicge. Even: a patrictic young solilier llrnj 1Jrrtisrmrnts 'i'

that uuCcrtunale, : conflict, &r. : !learn .that lIon S. .. Pcanv has (cently wrote to :1 gentleman in ew !! marked: and scarred in hit service .
viitnry. I that if the to ratify til treatyfor was I Amoved from the Post Office make - ._
I Tfekcu aUogi-ther. the hill is \\-li gitade *-- :I'natlr"is to -
been appointed. S. Deputy) Marshal to
r --' -a---'- 'i l. and i is uniljuhtwlty:
The hccplrc i is'departing! from old! tordj that could lu\elK-tii pajc.ed on llm sub I' take the census for Hcrnaiido and HilUburough tH I'nited States this (Goverirment, wm'J.ru.t'tr !the protest of-the entire community.MAKUIII .-. h .
and rU.nlt111,' hits IKIJJ > reby anno-jnr 1U\"S
counties and the to take of Samuna : < M a
ject. It is rumored that the Governor we hojtthat i t >I'i"1 r": ia1idate
IH" Forti-rl S"I. H.&II't1O
beaten a1111lD1t-Jlt'n' Ins word ".fl-
The i, lu>Isatcs to approve it. If hn withholds t citizens generally will render! Judge I Hay immediately! Clugn'illjoums.. i suing flictiou.r>t p1eJ l ; to
has K-on law as well as the 'l. May 27. The Corks i iawn.t. is
gusp4 tLei
his signature the repson will be ascribed Pearce assistance in I their in The Mis issijipian are working and >'al}>l*>rt rf any I jolitd rar-
: The Knoxville Ea>t Tt-jincsstv ditri'1reccnt'y every puwer to I..bill devote
; bestowing rojal prerogatives ty : my whole aU,ntiol to the
I he fact that the b'.ll it mamu\erli;"> tn negotiate transfer ofMobile
to I phu': beyond g
hl"Jd.an election .Ir the i of his duties. The l in d k\eloi mtnt of the 0"
a member of discharge taking I upon the regent, Prim, the Cortes. as- resource* of tb Sut'
I his power $tu .manipulate! the bonds andconsequently to that tah', in.whlch event Pen- II | \hil.'h fl'q.I..n..r thirt.ti'I'UI'II
the Legislature, and tho KnuxvilloChronicle -, the of the census does nut often trouble u*, 'I I the of Alabama.The I sum! the adherents uf Esparteru that ,w'i..tiullII itlt iuea-- ij as-
h'i'ri\-:1Iill\ opportunity ; snl'ol"uhlll' seaport public' men and .r.j Lavo
,i tin* Radical organ, concedes tin triumph ; of maljuir an "huncst penu)'" there- : but is important in both a political and Governor 1 Iw sent a Coniii.is'doiierfor Esparto's refusal to accept tie crown mule Inc fauLu1iw.
; of Captain Itoyd, the ).?Ioocratic i I was final, and advised the I Cones to enjeavur .',
r bv.-FlQridiTh. I economical point of view, and, for these the purpose to Alabama.Col. : W. IL JI'DIUK.Obht'mkC'P. ..
, candidate by a hmc1"ulle maj'lrilal.- I tu consolidate t the I
J I I ...___ ; regen v.MALO.NK ) Jnce .
'. ; should render tie I ) U. S. .\. commanding at
the election of l1)l' reasonsAC '
though Mynatt, lta1hi. governmentall
'. t I STJI'nr.\5 RF.AW.Y ]..\.-Fruin Ilaleigh Fort Bliss 1 ; May 2S.-The Fenian invatiun -- -
-, '",; cal, was confidently anticipate! The 1 papers of Thursday. learn tlut.j ., the assistance we can in this matter.A I n-eently :t arrt'c. fur S.in Antonia has been abandoned a* !hopeless. j .
: .I 0,. t ri heetiiuuntered
I.y Eadical los Is nearly; eight hundred votesaud j the report received there! n-'alivi: to the! )t -- -- 'ta \1 '. The men are almost famished, and but I
COU.NTY JUIKJE SHOT. We one uf those -
i ; at this; proportion[ of falling ofT in ( learn terrible w.h'r' -
death of J. W. Stephens, President of fur the charity of the people' uf Malone;!
' t a : East 'IVnnesJk-e, there whlI\ scarce be a 1 the Senate, -from Caswell that Henry ilountm, County Judge for -11)1. by wliklertkrlI Texas is vi of- would be Prominent ,
: county, was His wife child starving. officers uf; WILL I'.VI' $ ',QI)
I llt'n f,
fuotliold for 11n103J1it his bitter I nl I per ) goo.l
adherents -I 1lr'l\nt !
: redly true. The: last time he was seer Hcrnando County, war shot at his residence -, the drowned. He alone the brotherhood have agreed to disruun-j grown fc.\\l'i: -
, to stand)upon! in,that State.-Site. alive was in the coarthouse at Yancey- on Crystal Hi\er, in that Com.ty! 1"1 was I:I tenance further hostile movements on the KOOSTEUS at if rt,OO per dozen I'' .
fetes. tl vilje! last Saturday, un the occasion (,a on Monday[ night, Oth inst. The following san'C.1 Our Irish nerican c continent while nearly all the' DUCKS at #..0.)to *{i.OO( per .l.z nTAMCTUKKKYSat '

.. 1 I'--mocratic' whidll'lacc he lift fellow-citizen, says the they will "an\
-- Uiti-tmg, j men say Lever have thing) : *12,00 t..
$110 ,
are the circumstances of this Wt/tMj must not be too hard > l'rci.I i- p"rtlnlt'Q.
deplorable on
,i ':1 Y What tae TA'S't..l3.tllrt' Did antl Pi] not DA. in company with a friend. He was not I nj tu do with Feiiiamsm again. and will use
" .'- : c 1 discoeml until next iiioriung, when he affair, as we have heard t them : I dent ( rant for his outburst against the their inrlue.lci against it. iHAVANA In yixnU at 1. wct ca.>hV. I'rict'1l.
( 1.:: passed a Fam'iRg IliU. Ft-niaus. He
" \. "-, j was discoveri-d! in the (office of clerk and At about ::1 o'clock in the morning: begin his, proclamation ina May :{ *. C;. FE1titi" it.Taapa.Jr.e13th .
m-l'C''pc'dl'S'. Oscar
2.: It jmss4 a Fep Kill reducing the which
i way ought tu satisfy by'
: Fees of officers to what they were in IS- t ina.sterin equity, with a rope around his Judge Kountn-e was called by some person murdering! the Queen's Ih\l. Solemnly !-I i has been captured, and Jan: American J 1870.NOTICE. L-
neck his throat in and
l 4 *S07; by 'which it k supposed a large i knife,', wound in the cut lx dy.two places The ,affair is a at the gate and told that: there was a to all mankind the President] declares ] L'olcnel named John Cl.incey killed. J .

;. : amount xrilJ be saved to the Treasury. that with her [ the : A large number of plantations in Camguey !
shrouded in great mystery, as no facts message tor him from Brooks\ ilk, whereupon Majesty, Queenof r '!
.: :} 3. It jwed an Act providing! for the Great Britain and Ireland, the United have been destroyed by order uf'ieneral
elicited the examination before It. of IanJ WXERS
were at Judge out
got up or CTaimanU of
([ Cavade. < theprorrrt
4-ledbn of lieutenant (Governor in Xovembr. o) ioofll
a States is at .Peace !I" Is they, indeed T- I
This wfll the jury of inquest tending to convict' stepped to the duor when he was fired : I I Do Kodas executed seven prisoners in jrwiJj.IeuMsecrue forward a J'ftv
the Cioverniir then j
:- s jiu-Icb Governor Holden has issued 'I And (flu the Alabama claims sl'tlrdf! 'harMs. or the WUUP_WJH l- b0lj on jWar.
i *. select his any one. a by the at the the ball retaliation for seven wood-cutters killed Inch Julj. at 10.%.. ) -'
: unlawful attempt to own proclamation offering S-500 reward fur the upon person gate, And tirf the President about to set t forth I Ion f>r .u-eonnt ofopm\t

:' successor. murderer.
: There were other acts passed, but none .. I the The sor Castle f I I A telegram from Puerto Principe says': 3 Boxes Tut-acro ?
-- -- through to near spine.
4 ,?- x f 'such general interest u the al>ovc. SLAVERY iy THE SrAxisu COLO.VIES.A '; _.. r I I hat; Cespedes was prevented by bis par- I Daccj 1\I1.1 lIarnf'1tII ,

liatitdidsc4do: wound Is supposed to be mortal. There Gr.NrrtLJoanAs A>I> CVBA.-'reneiul Jordin, 5zans; from esi .ping from the cour.trv. 1 flux M 1'[L.mlizo.
Madrid of the 20th :
: :
1. U did not give the Governor the The minister of the Colonies relll"to says ;i is no clue as to the perpetrator of this horrible the To-day ex Cuban hlidt eoraauudrr intervi.-us, u with still\ar.xl in the city. HAVANA, May 31.The troops hud a .\ nt.I1ikD w. G. FEIt -

r \ bancc manpulale! the State.Itondsin It will doubtless be set ot the St-uato ui tbe Cortes yesterday the draft of a law outrage. and Houe Conim>tt* Ti &.n I Tamp:" 1'1. Tone Uh. ';. t.l. 'I'I'

the matter of Funding the State Debt, for the gradual cttinctit1lof 81uer/ in down as a Kv K. outrage, but those whoseem ; Foreign lUlntions, and suet-ecdud iu obuinin,: I near 3Iar.aljpia. The rebels! have killed
whereat hi Excellency is i mucli: wroth. n. proiiiisthat an inportaut rt..lntilJu'ou1..I five volunteers and '
< on- Spanish soldier
all the The bill ut
Spanish ,
'.,. possessions. to be the best informed do I lit intntdncftl into 'I
not think tie House, within the
2. It dyf not pw. Agricultural neit Monte[ Alto near 1'alninilos. The \ ) ;;
provides that children born ofslavo since two W'llb' looking to th* gmatal of bt-nigcr- planters \'Hn: Jrtlidr.5
,. College Scrip Uill, to tub great disgmntlemcnt IsiS be free, the government pa'ing\O that politics had anything to do with the tnt rights to Cnba l b y this goverment. He iaMJ.N and others are bottling private meetings I ,

j of his Excellency who i is thus indemnity of 550 for each ; and all those outrage, but that it i is attributable to I, thiit the Cuhnn ('U.11't.s mlliua flourish at Havana at which they discuss :

I t i., ",. crnejly dojirfvcd; of feathering his alre.-uly horn after the promulgation of this law souv unfortunate domestic difficult .:. lug tinhtion, in tLe abwrure, and flat the :jnunhh govrxainect the proposed abolition of slavery. The PAINTS OILS&(
-; veil btuffed rna t with the tlu-re- of encourajcment :,': steamer to-day took
.- be unconditionally free. Slaves who --- this coautry will the I out a number of me-1:
j '" -- VI.- -9 fought in the Spanish: service, and allover Mate S'wSe I I *- before the Brunmor prt-up R-iull cc btrujrxle. se. Jle as hopeIt Lillill- nurials and! other documents on the sub- Jating ReceutSy recc-ir*,! a fine 1 Ja ..t- .

r. i iI 3. It did not recast t the revenue law, *ixlfi"el'nrt I f be immediately -: i in aery tamest nunnrr. ,utatuort frunlly both Joel tu IK- laid k-fure the Cortes and cab-' ; 1 dttion to my former I tllt'k. I am f-foar.
," 0 age I hell for
.:. : .so iu to give .the Executive a magnificentiucome fan1. The law SUICIDE or AX EDITOE.-Information bides of the lIIWd ha* MiocetOfil j in creating ,I ic proposed was received i-nquir for in.the BCfc
: to meet his fondness for has been received here that Edward J. a very faromble impression oniony those whom 1 I LINflw 'KI 1
with much favor Cortes. LoXDov.Iune articles for sale! in ,
The Ston-
< 1. many
i' by.the he hat approacht-tL He mail! steamer my t 'r>i
to fit out .
Judah editor and proi-ow
: d. of the I .
cdt proprietor
- i \ j ,: In short it did not do divers and san- Monitor, committed suicide on Friday Mil for Cuba
Tbe with
Franking Privilegedies slowly reinforct-nientof funr thonAiniricans lio[ .Janeiro, brings advices that the : P-AW'an.1 oiW Lin> ed Oil. .
'f I"d : things dear to the heart of our Chief and painfully. The bill abolishing it was evening last by shooting himself throughthe II.Wd who, he \.\ ure thoroughly : gar and cotton of Brazil sn-to'i' SpiriUof Turpentine, ;>

-. t ;: : Magistrate, in consequence: ,}! '(, as a before the Senate yesterday as the special :! head! with a pistol. Mr. J. had beenin bUui.U prepared of for the enterprise.large Over kn thousand b e excellent. crops promise A variety of I'liinu. ASH'UX paint Bh- .
'. Republican Senator remarked his Exirliftncy bad health and no doubt the rash act arms and a aiooont of amunition.Maiting \arm nh and VBrnibh Brushen,
: order for the twentieth time, and wasqni4tly i I : -. hhipmeat Cuba,-ira-Auigfo tbr- !I COXSTAXTLVOPLE \
: "looks older. was committed under aberra June (;.Yesterday' KrsrinMachine Oil. Rock
i twenty years The laid: aside the &'uatunt acting with temporary rr"1oo"I. :hf. I' l'otlloh.In.1W' jI
t 1 -: .. result of ,the,Mt>*ion i i. tho beginning uf tlie air of men fearful of assuming the lIon. We have beard none of the particulars. ..._ __ i:ifternoon flames were discovered in an Ut'tulti'lclt"
; S tie ,end of ExecuUvr corruption, and rcsiwKibilify of defeating the bill, and .-Fturidian. Collator Grinn-U of Sew York i is likely I:the old) building Golden in Pera, un the north side] of H.M-ophfMpLxU-si Rncho.of Iron.GeLaine.(jtan.t(Utw

- I tN'Ct h waking up to the fact. So note jet determined not to relinquish the much.abusod1 Appointment and (Confirmation. : to be the scapegoat on wh.we head will t* lid Horn. A strong wind was rlanUtion. H.ttt'X Harts Vxt n. I

;r r4 .be.Ftoridian .. 11riril g(. The tinw which has On {Saturday last, the Senate confirmed therectnt and defeatofthe. Radi'"1 party in that lowing and the fire quickly communicated and Su-itn'. Tonic BitUrs I
city Stat* A has
;, : movfm nt alrt-ndy :'o ndjoing buildings.! The efforts KILl.tou. rinrinHl 1.
l.'.-. !been wasted in the various efforts to the following. appointment math by -k started i
I postpone ,, todisplm-e Mr. - *,WhitUonttn; the cad f zrjt.bapr, the bill would have wore than suf- the Governor, : th" negro who sunk the Radical fhij in our :. f the stol the If you are in n.l of anythiug in tb

i his _bwn re-deiifd 'la ..?.-pgr, i .(ruin fiwd to debate*it t tbortnigLIy! .aa: J decide To iioR>/ife fa staff / the Aciutdllt{ I sister* th.-Stat woe* and iltinthisand the sam Hark tiluf wwvewillInr !1 cthrtlt"'S: rro- ogress few hours} tbe residences games were of futile the English,:and ini l.t1nr call n my Store aud gi-t a genuine :niR le. j

r. South its fate.-.V. 1 Tr : I 1 F
CaruUta.b _. ultc.II Gcnerttl: I I the Union..: 4' Virvrican aid eLt.'I BRANCh .
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TAMPA CEDAR '. MliLC JJ4Iisttl I f rm, (Cork .(Cttt) DUtrLicglcnt9.. Jltiscrllaur ns. ,- 'i'

i BALED rBOPOSALS are invited to .
t July -y
iJ:10th;to furakh and deliver" ncr our'Hill .. .T

ll00.009CIPJUtSS STAVES. b. :be-34 'incht GOOD tI NEWS\ Economy the Watchword! ciTT; I.. : 4-!

t long 4 inches wide, Ii} indies thick. Partis FOR I87o .. ';;. ....
darn -\ .'
\ abecertainedby s&beasing the nn- I
I\ ..._ ; 'L:,BLIIUEFTHAL' A;\ CO.1p&Jtttii I V I XXIOICE FAMILY, GROCERIES -<' / '. j. .. .

.U&, 1870,, tf PROVISIONS. Such a.i 'I!
I ..
; \ F .
I Ranted COJl.N OATS I Received per Steamers Florida, Beaufort, -" ;( I :.I

I A ::;: RAMS. rust Alliance, a superior lot of ..t. I'
rnnp CHICKENS : r ; ,
1 "
r YEAS, i- ;,>
{ ..1' SPRING GOODS : 1
LIDO Dox. EGGS .I .. t!
SARDINES. .:.: '
; :' .
*600 MELONS | Fresh Goods. Confuting of PROVISIONS, 1 1 -' "-.S.e..

t For which we will pay the highest market CIIEESE. ....j! .,....;> '.:: 'I' t .:
I pd-*.not in Good but cash. "-
London hints, 'i-! l fAiuohkeug _...?

{ \I u .At.Sweat':" '*Family Grocery.Notice Lancaster II" ,' i ***. 1 i! 1
K 1
: i Phillips AAUen'nSprague'a i OF a at' '
I II '. '
[ Layer t T
Memmack II : i : .
,. Sodi, Cream, Sugar and Lemon : Dnnufll'8 h L. G. Covacevich ,. : ,.

3 All of which will be offered to our Tallahassee Plaids, :' I I
ALL pen OD* faring demand against the M- at. low calL CootM i i I t .
very price 1111 a
i of John Leveqne late of Hillaborongbcounty '
i ,Florida, deceased, are required to Respectfully, KirkllUld". '.- Heed Per Steamer Lavacca from New Orleans, t ':11t'
pre4eat l t :
utesn to the undersigned qualified adminJ. BLUM k :: :EE.: Osnaburgx, ,* i LOCK. WHITE CORN ..
Irtralor.'dnry authenticate, within the time Tampa, April 20, 1870. Fancy Lawns., A f' HLSKEY.COFFFE.CANDY : ,
prescribed by kw, or this notice will be plead Jackonet, '."; %, CLARET WINE .I' I
in bar of tbeir COTer). And all persona indebted Swiss Muslin,' SOAP MACCAKONLVERMICILLL .
Linen Checks, *. '. r 'It
w Mid estate. will please come for- .. CHEESE 1 :
ward promptly and aetue. Heavy Otinaburgs, BUTTER, LARD, '. I. hF ::
J..F. I Ripka Cuttoiuult, Matches Pilot Breiul. French Bread, Butter : I'I ;Ii
HENDERSON. STEAMER FLORIDA C&mulvt Jwoia Buckwheat, Onions Jtc. : '
PER Crackers, Pickles t I -
Administrator. assorted Stock of lIerehtu1 & Co. Shirting.hheetiugs, --I .A-

Tampa, Fla,, Jon 15th. 1870. &8w sisting ofFlour. A }'I X ASSORTMENT: OF "z.t t ..'s
,Whiskey, Hickory ,
Soap Tobacco, Denims, Boots & Shoes ,' t ;1;
i Notice. Candy. Cheese, Fancy Spring Balmoral Skirts Skirt Braid .' .
Soda, Shot, \, Boston and New Orleans Trimmings Ac.: Ac: Also, t I" j jr' t-tI' r5'1i
Brooms, Plows and Point varied Stock, a cvmplt U full SPLENDID STOCK OF l : .
ALL PERSONS having demands against the Alpaccfl Braid Astor Collars iI': ...J.
.tate of Wm. IL Brown, late -of Hill>>- Ladies Hot. Hoop kirt CROCKERY. 1 .,, -
1 ; borough County deceased are hereby notified Lace Veils, Damask Towels, X5. SIIEETIXOS, SIIIRTISGS, Tinvare. : ,'._.'
to present: them duly authenticated, to the.un- linen Checks, Kirkland Strip*., rARtS ttc. AND .t"i' t /"
derrigned within the time prescribed b.la., or .f- -"
Alhambra: Plaids, Cottona, t I '.
thin notice will be plead in: bar of their recovery Jt! nx, Denims, Tweeds, i
I j ;fend all persons indebted to Bald Estate ate Amohkeag Ticking, Osnabnrgn IEI. A m m WI A 'm. .Es He keeps constantly on had I : t "

I requested. make immediate payment. DomrBticn Fish Lines, I 5 Goods A fine I\.wortrunt of Shawl. Blankets Flan ;
JOHN T.'LESLEY; Corsets A.C. AVERY'S PREMIUM: PLOWS, nels. Calico Sheeting, Shirting Jean*. Balmorals .... t-H;
t_ Administrator: L: G. \ Ticking. Stocking, Otnaburgs TabU ; t til
; Tampa, Jiaie14th11670.. 6w. Apill Cth etc, etc., with a full assort The Highest Market Price will be given for all Cloth, Deuims DeLalne, Pacts Cloth. Alpacca. .
*, kinds of l'IaidaStripe.. Hickory LID en, Hand- :

LESLY'S STEAM SAW MILL. Calicoes kerchiefs. Collar Cambric. Merino, Jaconet Gsimere*. Winter 1, .4.4e I "
FROM I NEW\ Y 0 Drillings .
nmraw r1 lnthiuu Country Produce Veil, Ribbon, Glove Lawn -.;.il -. ,

"ITAVINO 1"CC'e:1t.11.purchaa.-d the above Mill, f In his Grocery J>t.partment''aD always be found ; ,

XL we are prepnrea to saw Lniuber for building UNDERSIGNED has just C. L. FRIEBELETampa FLOUR of nil Grades, : '- I.
purposoi in qt s41 {ties to suit TIlE or lot of CLOTHING, ( Sale Corn Bacon' Pork Shoulder, I :

L. BLUMENTUAL & CO. Slices March 15th. t! Mackerel Maccaroni[ Vermicilli Fancy Candy t tt ,. \ ...
----.. Tampa, June. 8th C-tf. Drap d' ete Cuata, BlTc ,CoJfi.h, French Bread Pickl, Sugar '. .; :
I I Cracker.. Soda Crackens.151ot Bread Coffee j .
: I, A FULL ASSORTMENTOF\ I # Green mid Black Ten.Butter. ; '
'ftV I Cretan J> .
C1AR ..,( Sugar. Candle. Matche' Cifar So ; I' ji j- "'
TAMPA S MILL White Duck" Cottonode do, Kero 'ne Oil Syrup Lye Canned Fruit .. :
.S. Gnu Cloth"' AJj-HCc 'most reliable mauufiictunrs. Soaps :\utme;*, Sage, Mustard, Snuff.irilk, 1 ; '
{ Brown Linen ti iue ar, Pepper Spice, Dried Apple and i \ .. '-

C EALED PROPOSALS are invited to July UndernhirU, Hickory and White : Peaches LoUters, l'eeaOf.ut..*. Che. -'
!" O Ikt, 1870, to furnish and deliver at our Shirts, ..u11oU and YOGI TIl'S : CHEWING & SMOKING TOBACCO *'1'.. Ji '--

I Boom 5,000 Cypress logs,, in quantity of 100 New Style llats1Jr'Gentlemen PALL POWDER. : -
t 'and upward hewn or round to measure or \i : .
I if' square"X'JX9 test).)ag. Particulars con be weerUined *- Ladles, SHOT 4 t'.. I
1 by addressing Ui Which the public are respectfully ; GOODS, Ktc. CAPS. I ;
J ;' L BLUME2 THAI & CO. coll and exAmina Price will please AXD An: ...ortn.."r... .>' ;'ipalun".Buckets Broom* :<.. .I

t : Tampa', June 8th, 1870.: 4-t! C L, }'rJE Axe: -llelye.. Pail. Tabs, Sieves .. ). ,'
Tampa; Al'ril12th' NAILS OF ALL -"IZES. -
i Coffee rot, Tic Pan. Pint J Quart Cnpi ,: 1

: l T 11AV A Illi.l \ : IIingc3 Pocket,Knive l'.twar".l'culI,TAble ciiyv, P ...*., Gimlet Needles.,Locks.Axe, H : '
JJIS'FiiJt1E'iVEll. Dish has, SUmp.il Wash BowN, )[ : Screw and Tucks SPOO ', Iron. But Ac. d -
Cnps polnll. I'ockjt l I I A large: and splendi'! assortment of t.' -. '
here, PlulCa, Candle. sticks.. tic ttl,7t, ODS Brandy : 4, ., '
PEn Steamer Florida a choice Jot of, G'OCn-l' :'lruwelsllat'r,'igr! -Tots, M.ttch Safes .. \rloke\, "
., comdrfiiig in part of: 1'orsoie. ety cheap, bv .., 11 inch
U L. l'l lE : Lemon :
< --A : Syrup, '
Self IUi4cg Flour. Choice Family Floor Tarapa, \pril12th. .t"j ,w t JUST RECEIVE BYE RaspU-rrv Syrup .
,' -.. Olldominion) Mint Julep -
Lord Pork "
WANTED \ ; "
tr \f.heeH, ,&rdinea, : manufactured Tobacco DUCE. .s; 4'
oS I / .
.4.CandlesStar. ;b., -v. .0001 \'.- : 1 S. N. l'ike'd Celebrated WhiukeyV, A. CLARKE, & CO., 'rl\IOI"\o January: 5th 1870. too f ;t

ObfTee, Potash,- 1 hO 000 1 4. I II
Prime white Ttnnessee; Corn dtl
otiaensed -<):fX<.To-
:, Sea "JIoBS. :Farine-, Canned, Fruits-, ( : i By c. L nUEl : 1
MilJu 'Toba: 'd" o, rancy and":Tattling Soap; March 15th. Prime"hito aud BLxck Out s. I .* Fine Assortment of Calicoes DsLaines, EVER OFFERED IX TAMPA, i, i.

Plantation Bitters,' a.nd1nqv Bitters.- I f fi i, li. Challoyc. Alpacca, Bleached and Blown '
I t
; .- ., '. ffANTED\\ i I } Heroine Oil, Cotton Ointburifs, Jeani, Ca. mere, Flanue!s. -
and White Jeans
Brown Kentucky Ilickcry
Ve also bare on hand Dry Goods, and everything ; Irish. Potatoes. c' ,
Stripes TickingsGingham.( Striped Domester ;: 0...
generally found in a First Class Store. 4 U U U LBS OF DRY COW J. S. Lt- erett's Ares LaJieF lose Half hose llaoJLcnLiefs, ... .I ...
delcriptione.c. ,
Ribbout., ui all z :
Iiihbeu Butter ti
W. G. FERRIF.Igeaut. A fine lolofRendy.Jlnde -3 ,....... .
". y -; 21))U U LBS OF DEERSKINS -. -! rrI H .. i
< H A, k ":: y'; ,
I Tampa. Jnne7tii l&loT f..tf, 100 OTTER SKINS.By Clothing, r, J IC..... h h1 0 .., it .
c. L. 'C -, -4.
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I ao: ;: :0:1: ...:
United States Royenuo, 1 &t ""'E :::,.o < -
u ies
WANTED. p ph BOOTS and SHOES, Hats. _. ._.. .. r..e"ilt".:; : ,.. %- .
DOZ. CIUCKENS. .'" .-... : >< 4
>. ASSESSOR'S OFFICE FLORIDA 200 200 Doz. EGGS ry y r' t twq : ,
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TAT AIT.. s, May 18, 1870. For which the highest price will be JM "" #,' r1 .
TVT 0 T JOE is betty given in accordance C.: L. F1UE ] ctM with the great'rt of t'\re. and HARD 'V A R E. > ,o- t"'o = .
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t'l.'k and will find alwot t f #1 l ;
ll with provision of section 19 Act July 13, yon any .. :
r l&Gfi;, that 1,:W.J. Pnrman. As** or, Colt-e. W ATE R MIL : : : good lltr6 new, ire<:h and staple, <:::; :D"'" ?- f '
lion District State of Florida will {iset at my -'

... fflce! in the City of Tallahassee on the Cth day. FOIl SALE OR L BLUMENTIUL&CO. (Cjm@@IK1i mW -::: I II'
.of June next, and for ten deepthereafcz: bc.tween _.. ... 9
_ the hours of 0 M M, and 4 P. M. of the EX OWN AS "(CRAWFORD -or '
; 4 nme days, to receive and,'I'determine appeftLi Ilillijborongh County, Cork Pout ; .....
relative to. may erroneous or fl.ONIftve&lua- Erected for a Saw Gins, and (Grist WOOD WARE New Goods / ..
tions, assessments,or enumerations by the As- latter now in operation .
soar or ds aiatsat A ae eon retained in the Reference to Dr. F. Branch: W. C. : '" .. I II
and Rev. D. L Branning. Tampa, .,. AT THE I III .
annual {fln) i & iu. njj'CJ\ '
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Notice is further given that no appeal will Dr. N. W. Seat, Cork. Fla. ,. '

s be allowed to any.party alter he shall. have C. Q. Cn.\. 1
been duly assented and the annual list contjlningthe For particulars, terms. &:c., New Store :
.. Assessment hs been tranunitU-d office. SADDDLEAY&CA /
r to the GoUector of the District April 25th. I ,I
An appeals to the Assessor as aforesaid must Fresh supply of removed to my New Store, I am (now ,
be ncAe in writing, and specify the particular Having to furnish the public with ay /
cause, matter cr writing respecting which a t thing they neeilin my Gnu, and cheaper than
f decision is reqnesttd. and mnstv state of.W. the For Sale fiUq'fiJ'ltJa'lj'{ i but':". J.rullli'' ; FAMILY GROCERIES can l>e pnrchftstdlnew"here, I have just recd
ground s priDd / of error complained and B., Salt. /
K\e. Au Indian be cal' Flour, Corn Liverpool y ".
may 'Batter
J. PTJBiLCf, T01'81 k 2 of S. 16 in T. 29, Irish Potatoes. Ouionx. Corn Meal Grits fkxUCwckfrt. .
Assesaor' Collection::: District State of Fla. If South, R. 19 Eastcontains How iti'all1f, a man. And then,t .. Cheese Coffee, Lard. Suit, Starch

141-3-100 acre, and lira :2 miles heinayiu.it.: It i is a had habit Chfeie, Candles Matches, Shot. Powdrr.Epv I .
of : The We U* hap. >ui Salt; Wrijjht'H Pills Laudanum, Part- .
Notice. or then-about. east Tampa. on I : tern: |1'01'1 i i I
the BayH as a dwelling house i up the Bow, but still retain the L:1 I. pone and Camphor.Also I
and other improvements, aud u Starrh. a !splendid, 9-orttncut of \
I 'Ilan'' up the fiddle and the Bow '
-tate'a Place. .I .
A LL l"ERSOXs'indebted to Dr.a B. TODD : .) IVrhaps it is 'arrowing! .
Also, S I of 8. P.1. S. 6, inT. 29 Pickles, .....
,/V. otherwise for Medicine ;
by noteor ancrro'csnioprJ 83-100 has it i is nut. Thi,, I
services. on other account, j"J 1:. (ccntaina- aces; fit-lings. Perhaps DRY GOODS
any I
and lately occcpi by ditlf.n'nt.
ent.i. r.a from the Virl of the ,
I will plow call at my office in Tamp and settle t Soap,
) the same. Lewis- 1 lie has "two strings to his bus "
Also, Lot 1, Block C3, in Tampa. sa
JOHN DARLING Ager.t eral map.)' has two beaux "on a -t-trinjr. Crackers Calicoes. Shirtinps. Sliw>tiuc!'>. <)'.nabnrg't I
-Tampa Fix May 25th, 1870. tfSii.E Also Lot 4. Block 55, in Tampa; (s ...._- Linen liar Ticking Hickory Stnpc-!*, Denims It -

i I al Map ) I I "aU!In; for the nrld('. Irrosrftt Oil Tea (oO'tt. Saver, raudles IX.Lnin"v! Ac. I t
AptJytotho Enb Til>T.JOHN ,/
It IFF'S S LvE, .\ 1 The Reformed Church on Fiftt I TIN-WARE OF .U
-- I Tampa. :April 13th.:: 187aS and Twenty-first .street was rat( Lard, Prpprr, Soda, retard, Spitr, Candy, f / -

the lu tre of iibtrless f It .
JIANATEE COUNTY. Wt'tlnt'stlay.witb WrtOU-WAUE '
ft All kind Smoking and Chewing HAUD-WA11E, ant
gaslipht"! the occasion b t
r e ml.rri of Visa Kila I>inSa rir ; I I'OT-WMIE. ,
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OF EXECUTION issues : :
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BTVmrCE derk'i office of the Circuit Courtof + -.41-r Q) ) ) l)

Manatee County, 6th Judicial Circuit of I 1IX MONTHS FROM DATE. I CItOCIEIIIYARE. ,
Jrtdina Platt Administrator the Estate : my account and vouchers to the II
Florida. CORN &, FLOUR : s
Nit Judge of the County Court of } I { I
of L. D. Tend, deoeaaed. plaintiff; : and I The fine/ vtsorlmeiitShoe + oft
IQanthy Grahau and horse Oraham. Admin- ty Florida,for a final settlement: and ., I
Utzmton on the Estate of JohaCaaon,deceased' from the estate of Zachariah Seward e I And we will continue to receive l>y each t 4
defendant;11a"lied l span and Till Bell atpnbaio td'I 7. BLUMESTIIALd' en. .t earner from New Orleans and New Yorkaa, .
outcry. for cash, within legal hours of DANIEL. ST I ditiuiu to our &t< eale, before the Gout House door at Pine Level. I ;
the County-sit of amid county on-lIondu.the ,1 Bartow. May 26th, 1870 ; i Blue I Store S, :i
4U day of July.A. D. 1870. a certain std k J 1
of Cattle marked l aid.branded M follow*-towit:1 -j Final Notice. Ji i AnJ we will tellou' Good Allow a* they can i t 'I.
Splendid assortment of \
be purchased in thw recliou.TERMS .;. .:ij
,Crop, Split and Uwe!r-bit in oUt ear. fun. MONTHS from date, I will .

derk>M, and upper-bit in undetrbit the Other..Drand in t SIX' account and vouchers to the Mill. C.\SII, C Q> 3 & Q) Q) C q I : j
eat CL Crop split and one ear I blft Judge of the County Court, of c > f) .
aba.rp. in the other. Branded. C L Levied County. Florida, for a finzl IIdtleDI i :!

upon M: the pruj eity of etia1 def T UnU to satify j('hart1c from the estate of John E. OR BARTER IN COUNTRY PRODUCE AuJ, in fact, you can any Uing that is kept in : -.:.i1'
aid execution.Tbia ... ot Bd county d w$*ed.1iNNA. CEDAR at our Boom, for which I a Fir.t Claws Store and ut prices ,,'hich'ill: jn- i. .
19th dy of Aril. A:Ay 18W \ only purchase good Cedar free of ,tuniah )'ou. Give me 11. cull .. ,.
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." ANDREW W, GAR'E1R. Ads 11 ; and to measure not less than at CASH .. +

I.KOtL 1870. SheriftJI.J t.b : I $rooktviO, May 27ti, 1S;.). !: 11 K.: P. GUAXT _';;i
1. BL Lr IIEST11AL& CO. \
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;-1r L.; C''I: DT\L".OLD STREAM; Poar 1 OFFICE:: ." DEPAXTXIST, ,-, x Administrators's Sale Quarantine Regulations, FLORIDA BAKERY : i

J. .. 'WaAnfltot. April" 2L' 1870. ,, Fresh Arrival 1 .,. -

t" .. \0 will be received at the Contract TN COMPLIANCE with an order of the HonX -. TAMPA,' FLA.presDBtead .
J I :i --.. PROPOSALS Department until 9 o'clock p.K. orable County Court, in and for the County f I f :,

Tender's the oU min-etream. .. of Monday, June 27 next(to be decided by of HilVboroogb.and State of Florida, we"will, 900 BISHELS '. ", L THE t !
i !: S : the United the lit ,.4th day of July next, Mil to FOR v ] 'L'
jf j .. ** as )VilSjy the 29th), for carrying: the mads of on Monday 2/BLa FLODK -. "- t
1- I June 30 1874.on the bidder. in front of the Court House % _
r *& the.idle rillowsgleaa States from October 1, 1870'to highest .1 HIID BACON "

I : "* 4 On either ihore:. the following route in door in the City of Tampa, the following land ,1TCERICE, ; CAKES As. d:.. i tWill
.. of the estate of Matthew Chesser, deceased, \owit. -

.I. I ..t. ":'1""" : and by the LOUISIANA schedule of AND departure FLORIDA.and arrivals ,,\\. .' CHEEE KEROSENE: OIL.. ; PORT OF TAMPA FLA. be kept con- .1 I I.'f
1Hardlachange."ouIa1' T1ieEofSW1S14.&nd the El of the ". '
I r -. .. r herein specified, viz CREAM CRACKERS. '"-
I f :c '"-, For.the mos y.whels goon coo' )( from New Orleans.; La., by Pensacola! .NW4S23T27SofB 20 E, containing SODA and LEMON CRACKERS t jstanUy) oa hand ,. : I ,I )

I. 'i.y. :' And it seems but yesterday Fla., Apalachicola, Saint Marks, Cedar Keys, ICO; -35-100 acres, A fine lot pf LoriLUrd's Sui-trior' Chewing I I 1
I '. and to Key West, 988 miles |and back. And the VT| of the S E f; and the N E4of' TOBACCO" '* N ACCORDANCE with thepiovisions of i and lor Nlo I ,t tb. t
r -, WecamewjtbJoha.j Tampa and the N E of the N W I ..Uture to ,
\1'eekin suitable and safe steamboats. the S W J of Bee 23 i an.. "Act' of the Legi ivgulat ;4 I ';
; 4' once a i S 26, T 27, R 20 E containing 100-48-100 For sale by (XL. FItIEBELE.OPEN, "
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in the Leave :New Orleans, Saturday at 3 P. v. ; Quarantines, approved June 1,9th 1865)% we FLORIDA BAKERY !
; : : Ip lw.dewe, &at,. Arrive at Key West. the next Friday by 3ptlg acres. of the Peace, for the 1
\ > "; Under the alderithere And the N "W J of the S W J, and theS El the undersigned-Justices .. I

-t i : ":: ,; O; for the boyish chat ; .Leave: Key West, Saturday at 3 .. M.; of the 8 W 4, S 23 T 27, R 20 E,, containing sow County of Hilkborongh and State of Florida JOHN F,FLETCHER. I

t ; : "'" 3 ,;. ,And the fiher'sfre., Arrive at New Orleans,' the next Friday by 80-25-100 AndtheNWlofQieSElS28 acre?. T 27, R 20 I I Ex-officio the Board of Health for. the Port of I TsmpNay1ib. )' i ,

I 3 P. )I. Tampa do enact the following -
I:, containing 40-13-100 acres I
I i I', -, ; Hark to the oue ',note ; invited Proposals to run by an .expedited. schedule_ And the S E 4 Of the N E 4, 822, T 21',R 20 FAIL AND WINTER\ I REGULATONS_ BLACKSMITHING, I

; t' .. :"' Over the streamhegoes. !, 8f.JlE'ratepropo& Jl invited to begin service at containing1012100 acres.These I
,, lauds, all situate in the County of Hill- i
i 'I : -- 't I ;*In.;f hat, pool!,by the boat, ,, of Mobile the railrord instead between of New. New Orleans Orleans, on completion and Mobile borough:: and State of Florida For the government of said Fort (or the current L -ANDYUeeVwivgxUng-' I I

i ; : I fj 1 vD>e'ing.&hnMev ( Saint when &:,r Terms wade known on day ofl i e.D.'ilEL : \ \ /
I : ; and also for omitting Marks, LYNN year \ ,., '
i '; J railroad connection withthe Apalachicola Itit The Buoy off Ballast Point shall be the ; / "f

The kingfisher comes-ah me r river is completed. c. RAIN Administrators, Goods- Quarantine Ground and all vessels arriving i USDER.ign- -
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B1nauthe&iesIri3Iiy ; Proposals invited omitting service to Tampa Mathew Chesser deceased. from any Port outside the Bay,known as Tampa \ TIlE i* now pre-'' I -
reducing distance 100 miles. I Buy, or Port or harbor on the shores
Why thus glitter and fie ; -. any nil all 1
; S-ri.'rgt .nrmin1i...- invitfwl__ _fnr_. _Rprvi_._n A_ -from--- 'l'amf6"Apri127, 1870. t1s.Administrator's ,I pf said n"'yllball there remain until boarded by pared to or- i -;
: a-- r'n den flW deot r
::: yesterday. ? Cedar Keys,, by Clear water Harbor and Manatee the Port IlUIpector.1'ho shall be the judge of every ef Blacksmithing ; I
to Tampa 150 miles and back once a Notice. ] their sanitary condition, and decide whether: cription I i t
AT and Wheel
: Where, then is one! you ask. week to be run in due connection with main I such vessel shall be quarantined or whether- .-

.' : He that sat with us here-, route Six weeks after date, I will apply to the will be safe to land passengers and freight from wrightiog in a tyl!. ..i-M- i

:- Has he finished his task? Bids should be sent in sealed envclopes, su- of the County Court of HilLsboroughCounty ( JOHN JACKSONS. the :unt". not to be urpossed '- J, !
: per cribed. "Mail proposals, Route No.6501),. Florida, for letters of administration 2d. Dr. F. J. GOULD is hereby Buggy Making. le- : ..
: Yes. ,,brother, dear. Florida," and addressed to the Second Assistant on the estate. of,Levi tx,'White-burst, late of "" Physician and Inspector of.this appointetFort Port. It; pairing, Ac., will)) be :
Postmaster General said county, deceased. OPENED )IY GOODS. I RES- done on reasonable! terms.?Horses shod at.. -
HAVING shall be his to have )
--- Yes it.it good we. rest JNO. A. J. CRESWELL. ROBERT J. WHITEHURST. invite my fiends, 811.1 the public the duty at the Quarantine a yellow flag placedon to moment's notice. ,lam thankful! my frien,'. I -
: / Fla. 22d. 1870, call and examine before tl..- buoy ground remain for their the'v I I
I cflerea.sindaygon.by ; Postmaster General Tampa. April to purchftins!: there while these Regulations remain in past patru age.Dd hope wi : t

I '. ( All has been for the best- where. My goods having been bought for force, and to furnish the Captains or ownersof give roe a eall. I'n.
CASH, they are sold as low as any can be KRAtSf: t'I
Notice. all sail boats
lighters or other craft belong. I
l God Imoweth why.Here's Dissolution. in ibis market stock of March 14th 68 -
bought My ing to this Port and Harbor, with a copy o( i Tampa 47-ly... 1 : !

PARTNERSHIP heretofore existing TWO MONTHS AFTER DATE I will pres these and all other regulations that may be

-, to the old mill-* in, THE "' the undersigned, in ,the mercantile my accounts and vouchers to the lion.P. adopted hereafter by this Board.3d. TTERKMAX WEISSBROD, ; ;Ii' .
Fotmt-of' cmr deepest joy ; business at Ala&a, or Ft. Meade. Florida, G. WalL Judge of Hillnborongh County DRY GOODS,\ No boats, lighters vessels(<(acv kind I

i Man in hi*.mdde..t dream nnder fthe firm name of S. J. LIGHTSEY: Court for au Annual Settlement upon the estate .shall be allowed communicate with any vessel I ,I'f
.'. ," CO. has been dissolved consent. of Milton W. Johnson deceased. I '
I by'mutual before she has been boarded by the Port
*more than boy r .
I '. : Either party is authorized to settle oiitbland- ;Wm. B.' HENDERSON,. Is the largest ever.brought to' ,Tampa, consilaIr1gin Physician acting as Inspector or afterwards HARNESS MAKER -I-:
I"'t.. ., Inga('count&. : 8w pal t of' I if die i is placed in Quarantine unless underwritten : .
18th 1870.
I"1", '" CLIPPINGS."He STEPHEN.r. LIGHTSr.Y. Tampa. April ; SILKS I PRiNTS' ,LAWN8. GINGHAMS. DE- penult of said Port Physician or in

I CORXE1LUS B. LIGllTSEY, laiues. FlanneU.: Shirt B..omi, Cloaks. ShirLing the manner provided by Liw nor shall any per '

/ vho drinks a quart of rum without Akfia, Fls., April 2oth 1870. 5w. Notice. Shawls Balmorals, Storking. Carte rs. Ties son I leave any vessel before he ban been board SADDLER H ;
Hoops. Gloves Hoods Nubias' CollarsSbeein ed. The Port Physician shall use all possible ,
winkhag i la the of Omaha
name an FOUR WEEKS AFTER DATE I will file my '. Panta Cloth. Blankets, Mournin. i dilligence in boarding all vessels as noon a
I t : ,..- Indian. lie has some.cousins hereabouts. Notice I r to the Houorable County Judge of Goods, Ribbons, everything. ir. this lineg practicable after their arrival at Quarantine UPHOLSTER !t"t t;
'. r The : Hd1lIludo 'County for an assignment of my> Station heretofore designated; and in case of f
I will show the
.- following sentence dower in the estate of Basil J. Bowden .deceased. Ladles Dress Goods infection or sickness, that may prove contagious attend< tn all business in thiA line with '
mHE Will
t : \ importance of the position: i of a comma : he shall remain at the station ten days and: disj \tch. I "

I. : /' Womad -Without,her man, is a brute." lie I have purchased to JAMES the ALDERMAN.entire stock of Parties cat- MABY.E. BURXSLDE., of e err description. until all danger of infection shall have paused. Shop in Co'ace'ch'lI Store. I
belonging -
Brooksville, Fla April 18th 1878. 4w. .
"-, Dobbs says be would have died of yellow using any of these cattle without the permission QenUeman's 'Ready-Made Clothing, ci

J foyer in if had not been of my agents, previously bad will be. ; 4th. The Port Physician is hefcjbjr. !hori-
August jt "Boots St Shoes
; prosecuted. N ltic3. Fine zed and empowered to'cause to 1J NEW\ FURNITURE $1ORE
X for one jbirj.-"TLe doctor him "
( gave up. SAMUEL MITCHELL. the least possible expense to the .
_: WEEKS AFTER DATE. I will apply to 1i -ASP- 1
McL 22d. Imo. suitable for station
Tampa building
1 1. ;
.. : A Kev York committed I YANKEE NOTONS,
judge a cross- Hon. Judge of Hilborough County said point for the protection from CABiNETSH'OP.I .

." :f, ; eyed: 'woman for contempt of court, because FAIR NOTICE Court for letters of Administratin on tile estate LADIES GENTS & CHILDREN'S HATS or any.persons or goods that it, may be found .

II t she didn't look at him when told to. of John Leve' uc, late of said ounty, de- ueecessziry to have landed at the station.5th. Water Street, Xortk of tit Tamp Saw Milt I j

r T HEREBY FOREWARN all from ceased. .V "
persons All kinds of Furniture The Port Physician and shall
X histrionic who had heard] JAMES F. HENDERSON. Inspector 1
party, a JL interfering ith of the cuttle belongingto be I
any paid by every vessel inspected by him. the '
L "r- good 'deal about tbe "theatre, of war," the following; brands: The JA* stock; tLeIleartftenrdelis : April 18th, 1870. %6w. sum of two dollars and fifty cents, if,the tonnage FURNITURE CLE1XED AND REPA1KEDICCADV !

I p KUggesta that hack seats must be very desirable. 'stock ; the Cartheel T Sand \; r >> w tt of the vessel so inspected shall not exceed JlADE COFFINS i

Circle T stocks. Any person interferingor Notice. ,one hundred tons. If the tonnage of the Iwavs on hand -

f ;:; -... < selling auy cattle in these Mocks, without vt'SlW'lllO inspected shall exeeoj one hnn.lml A Orders' for work promptly attended to. :
-.. ..; I "Hie Chicago Post infers that Congress- my authority, will be dealt with according toLiw. tDm
\- f 4 ; : Ben are not popular up above. Whom SIX MONTHS from date, I will present my tons, then said vessel shall pay the Inipector I J I ll VU* Z .) > > II
\Vm. IL ADD1SOX '.' WII.I O" -WAnE GLASSWARETNWARE the of Five Dollars should
and vouchers to rthe Honorable sum ; and the ton- -
4 the love
: gods' die early-but these cop. Manatee April 12th. 1870. 2m. Jndte; of the County Court Hernnndo County nug of any vessel inspects exceed two hundred :
$ I
{ ; tnUe! ,to,Jilate. Florida for final F<-ttt..UI..ut and dischargefrom ;: CUTLERY. STOVES I tons, said vessel! shall pay the IU11If Ten!

1 i ft"; : There i isn't a dngle member of the typographical NOTICE.DR. ihe estate of Green B. Moore deceased Bridles. McLellan Saddles, the 1'hlaLon mme to presentation the captain or of a purser receipted by the bill In-for

I : ,{. profession in Mississippi that A. S, PZ CHEXIVA notifies the public, WILLIAM W. WALL. Rifl,., Shot Gnnn! and Pi"tols.. spector.fiih. I '
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I :, : / is either fn the State prison or the Legis that being called on business to Ohio he Adiuiuihtrator.Brooksville All kind* IIr Stationery nn-1 S-lino) Boo Any person or personviolrtting th.8ereralitious ,
will return to Tampa in June next. Those Initial writing p'I't'r. Ink .!tc.Paiiil .
lature. 29th lt69.;!) Cm. .,
r the Act cf the Legislature J:
"- regulating -
him to
I having claims a aiuht are rpquestsd ni'd Porfnm.>rv.
't !
.-: -: A medical student says he has never him present will liuch please at settle his return at the, and sorno those.time.owing to Smoking* & Chewin Tobacco- by Qmir.intineH the provisions, shall of be said punished Act an provided \ > ,.,.t''I'I. ;.,; I Irri
t .: been able to find the bone of contention, Tampa, April 6th 1870.' 2m. Cigars i J. & o. 7th. These RegnLitions shall! l>e in force and. L" ,1,+."',$..':};:..''.1',:" \<;; : a

t q' : '' and antato.know if its not s'.tuatea: near FINE MRRSCIIAUM 1 PIl'E. effect ou and after June 1st, 1870.! I IDris

: i' <<< :.: -: r the}'atO-. one.- Valuable Place Containing SIX MONTHS, from date, I will present my i PERRY O.,WALL.. or r i'

f t., ; ange Grove &c, For,hale. L..:: accounts and vouchers to the Judge of the Fine OLD RYE 'WH KEY, ALE _
: -- :It has been said that there was no one County Court of Hernondo County, Florid, County.Tndje; Ex-officio Justice(\fthe Peace,
'. At Valuable place situated on the Gulf Coast CHAMPAGNE CIDER. BITTERS Ac. DR. SHALLEMBERCIR'S I I
KO happy as a maiden in her teens. We for a Final Settlement and disc-hnrgc: from the CHARLES t
I l\. jubt above Eginont Ke Is offered for Mils ARMOR
-- ,..-.- h&ve many old' o1dit rs who were fully as upon reasonable terms. upon, this place therein estate deceased of,Francis Nicks, late of said county MEDICINE: SNUFF. W. J. CAMPBELL Fever and AgueA.NTIDOTE j

II in their 133 of land 25 first rate hammock.HOiJ .- :
happy canteens.Tempting .-- f acres W. R. NICKS, Adrnr.Iroo1.sviUe JusticvH of the Peace.Tam1t. .,
out, some bearing. e.
Orange TI1't'tIIanwl
Ji i .- -- ,- -An, undertaker having WOO OrangeTreeb iu nuriiery. GrapeK. Guavus Dec. 29: INJ'J.: Cm. In fact E'vl'r\'lhin2' be found thnt i is npc.1.dl Flu., May 24th. 1870. : :

: apartments to let, )pasted his bills upon Cocoa KnU ,Xc' in this ...,ti"n. --- Alwar* Stop the C1U1U. i'
the coffins I in the windows announcing For further information apply at this office Notice. A Fro..li supply ofF "l'hlaKedfciDe baa been before the Paul J

r f .', J [ t': -. -. "Lodgings for single gentlemen., j ipI1in; fifteen yean, and is still ahead of all other \

. : !: Ji o c /; it i /; s, known nmedie: It does not purge,, dow
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: In notices.Sixth
n recent lecture -- "
'*"--,-- Anna Dickinson ffgal MONTHS FROM DATE, I will apply ALWAYS ny jfAxn.T not sicken the stomach is perfectly safe ia l I.

{ ""\ ft: -', demanded, "Why was I born r A thrill, SIX the )Honorable) ,1 thl e. of the County I. trW 1)f111 tl>? Jiliflifif C
It : and the question was repeated when a Judirall Circuit State of Hodarl. Court of HilWtorough;:: COl1nt Florida for a COTTON HIDES Wfix l TIllOI0/ :. i Li i U the only Medicine that will I
: horrid boy in the gallery sang! out,"! give ORDERED, That the FLOIIIUA l' :xixsrukB, Final Settlement of the Estate cf J.,ab Griffin : ne, CURE IMMEDIATELY j
; it ." in the of Tampa deceased. I -' -- and form of
+ uI |K.T published City permanently every Fever: and ", I
1' A' in Btiid Circuit bv and the same IK. Leruby JOHN JACKSON: I IA.lll I R.B.POST. A.M. HOBDBY. IT. S ITA.lotaPorVa S) ;"'-=:r. J( Ague,beoaujo it 1a perfect JLatlAoU M'Balarim. '\ i
man assigned to a in the hotel ni"tmb'r.
room dL'liitnAtc.llUl;: cue of the Official palcrs of said ,
at Sedalia, Mo., found a lady's nightgown Circuit, and that this order \16 recorded on the Tampa Dl'(. 8th. SCO. (i'l-C-m.! 'I Bold br all .

--- that bad been forgotten by the lady oc Chancery! Order Book, and that the Clerk notify POST & HOBBY 7' ,
the of thia order.
the Editor of PtKiNbCiAb ,
: lie it the clerk. Notice.SIX f'f'I
cupant. sent to with' the Done at Cbambeiu, in the City of Tampa DUTY'S

\ message: "Thia is"of no use to me emp1) ,this 29th November 1HC9. .

: .' ty." JAMES T. MAGBEE, Judge. MONTHS FROM: DATE.: IilI apply Commission Merchants

>' A hundred the Honorable Judge of Probate of 11 t'r
man having bought dollar
;- I pocket handkerchief for his better half Sun op of FW&ID. l-r muido County for a Final Settlement and 'ii is- New Orleans Ln. tITANIIING MACIIlNU.
County Hillaborongh < II I
I charge. from the Kotnte of W, D. Oneil late of
an acquaintance remarked that she must I' LYONS' Clerk of the Cin-uit Court.
15L aid County, dA'u".LILUUlET
and for the aud State aforeNiid. NGw <<>>
County Irn6'TO
: i 4 I be "a duck of a wife f 'to which a bystander E. LOCKHAKT ---0-- I ,
% d> hereby certify that the foregoing i* a correct -
I. added 'or he must be a of Adiuiiiivtmtrix. I 3 'i
gooe of the original order now ou record
.; husband." IVc 8th, 18C9.! 3-J-Cm.! KEKSR TOE ,
j iu inv- office. Witness my baud and seal of XlltlWOV' tt: IIIt. DEL OX, .TollN J'K'OS I F\ ( New YotK ,

:: I shoemaker, minDs an optic,. complained [L. S.] 'office, :Nov. :klth,'lsGs:: Notice.SIX I \V. G. FFRRK HI.NRV.l'lhI..t.t I
:I that one of his lamp did not M. P. LYONS. JUDe 16th 1669.! lvr. nla\ 'un. 1

; burn. A genuine son of the Emerald Clerk C't Ct HiUsborough Co. Fla.SHERIFfS" NEW OELe.\x.I.A.. (l'TOU: lr, 18CS. .. _

Isle.with astonishment exclaimed: "Faith MONTHS AFTER DATE, I will pre- -. A. rrrK-!">;c. -.. J. Hitt.-'- 8. F. FENMNCTOX \ weekly lir.c of S tum"hil'l having been es-
SALEM iav accounts and vouchers to the Hr'a1orable ti. .lirtll di. nU-h from his
and what do I. : tablished we *|> t city
I you want of two lamps: 1- Jui: I
eofth" Court of llernantlo
I 'I County I E\TiRY: SATURDAY n :>tr.uIlfll) f"r rtssACOLA. _
f You bavtn't but one Florid for Final Settliement Peterson Hill & Co.
:' :- eye. COUNTY. County Ar\LACH1COLA. :>T. }I.Ul'l'1.DAa! KlTS
j on the : tate of James A. Alexander, :
J. > TAMTA, KEY Wt"-:-. and HAVANA taVirt freight
; A man at Keokuk Iowa !
young wan
also (for NEW YORK rid CI.I>AK 1\F.U. thf Florida :1
ted lo find out how a girl unharnessed flY VIRTUE OF EXECUTION i issued out deceased.COLUMBUS I:. ALEXANDER, .'
: j.: WHO E S ALE Railroad and a line of M."arii.!ii|8 .nutC- :
LI of the Clerk's office of the CouutCourt of
" he looked in bedroom AdmiuistratorDee. ; -
7' a A pistol Circuit I ting FernnndinaAnd New York. KreiyLt.: taken -

,\ 1- ..: happened to go off about then, and he Manatee Florida, John County.'T. Lesley the 6th, Plaintiff Judicial ''and<< Seth of loth 1869. 32-6m ANTDEALERS from New YORK for all FLORIDA PORT, and

I f. \I has had the headache since. The ball Howard defendant I Lave levi -d upon and)It' gate and told thnt tnt-re was a emnivtor ii i IN for all regular' landicgaon the CHATTAIIOOCIIEK ,

t -: -- was extracted from among his ideas and will sell at public outcry, for C"".-. before: the( him from; Hrouks\(., where- Blares tin l., and The FUST Hue: Rivnw.will be continued thioughont the Q".L"\ -

I, ; be vben be feels like Court Houtotloor, at line Level, the county of Great Wtstttntobntt t LATELY MVCH Dn>BOVEI>-ASD THE KIWlothes -
now. finding f will be
: says seat of said county within the legal hours ofi I Jge It got1p out of bcd and Tear and the lowest' freight .

t T-: "- anything of hat kind out again he shall hale, ou Monday 4th day of July A. D. 1S70.:: to the door \\hen he fired l :Mates; IS maintained giving every j-o r was Planters) and Merchants in Florid to avail .
marry. ?, a certain tock of Cattle mark .d and branded _\.nd mil cit liters Slrtclf'rnJaer'mJ/ Ln.tr tt.. .
"I : -:.- : .. as follow*-to-wit : the person! at the gate, the balj J And an ( Bf'ftfn, firnrirrmd Pvylras. thl'm.l"l\'es of all the benefits of frequent( and Improved 1,1' th Rowclfa"'Pat.-nt' 'i'-< Double Cog- ;"

: I S--: : The Amended San Domingo Treaty: Under-s-lope i-plit in fwh car of,mud Branded defendant 52.Levied .aking effect in the groin anti pa$. on a vteil i NEW ORLEANS, regular New York owmmunication ill..hirrillgtheir! with crops New Orlt'M.unJ to market nbet-lH, and the Patent Stop, are now untuca-.

; : will be Pent this week Jo the Senate, and ujxm an thrt prop rty ty Airent: tor John K. ToU'! Paragon: attertion tionably farRupcricr to for\\Win
Castl of
to mitisfy the Aid Execution.ITiis ,ugh to the 'r hl' sor l and in obtaining t>ut>|>!iea> The apparatus -
near spine.
: the President hopes Jor'bt..tt-r' SUCCCKH than the 10th) of .April I&70. 1'.IITIf'tto Flour. tho... who are. ordering Goods from NEW clothes ever invented:and: will have their

I ). !1 with the one now- pending. .The new tnty.appropriates ANDREW day W. GARNElt supposed to be mortal. There GESEIUL,r; Jume 18th. 18P3. lv YorK. i called to th.. fact that they can ship cost twice a year, by kiving Ubvjr and cloth -

; "' a million and a half indebtodnu dollars to Sheriff. t as to the perpetrator of thi: l.or-. the fx c.ul) weekly from New York by this route'' ATJMUC11 I PIUCES-A FAIR OFFER .
Dominican ,
of the
1 the payment tds. fo-diiy i he 1 LOWER RATES: and) IN QUICKER1:
4. t i. and provides for the appointment of a jointcommittee May 10th. I age. It will doubtless be ,'et t.er oj tho: TIME that by another rout J If the merchants in your place will not fur, -.-
i who are to make duburscnieuts in j I'on'ig n Cash I ...wrk through nish, or send for the Machines, scwl u< the retail -
: Cotton taken to ana
; I --'--..'.<- the following order : 1st. To the payment TAX COLLECTOR'SSALE. I a K. K. outrage, but those who l'rnUIl'J 1 Bill Idling Mjnvd at LOWEST RATM. L1I>KCAL .I price, Wither' S15: Extra AVrirger $10, :
l ; '{ foreign governments who may h-u* chunm the best informed do t.eintrodfl and we will forward i ither or both IOAXU'N,
not think I AD VAN(.'Itn..Ie on Cotton consignedto
i: ,f ,-, "i against the rejmblic. 2J To the payment <>f te two 'elkli. PAID FORCastorBeans I free <-f freight to pLw-en where: iuj ('Uc {.;\di-
COUNTY.BY and New Orleans.Uhder
: individual creditors who luuy not 'L* citizens HERNANDO I had anvthinff. I .!, to- do- with.. th--*- .. ... _, .. I U4! in New York jug ; aud 0 nun are we they will be UVe I I :jii n"u t he contract recently made with the |; .
: L ;" :- .ofthorepubiie. 3d and list, to!extinguish VIRTUE OF AUTHORITY vetted in me but that it i 5s attributable? to'I *,i"f* tlmt I It t: Po toffice Department. the Florida gsilrosJComI.any agree to nfund the. money if any one wishes I
domestic debt and jt iv cxprevdyetiixjafad to return the uuubiue, free of freisht. after
ment of
I t '" ; by law, I have this .IA)' levied t upon Rn.1will inl{ c"Il.lil I. will I dispatch a steamer to tail from '
irtmiate t t domestic J ilifliculties.z inonth'n trial .
t that the payments of a I a according to directions. 1
: f .. beyond offer for sale in front of the Court House; ment, in t I New Orleans every Saturday, from IIna,.. '
: million and halt his is not to : father or brother should l .
( a government g thi 'I"i-mwtt
BrookHville, outha ht Monday in July, -- r Wednesday.
r I -," be liable many manner. So if tbe tmtty door In the hours of wile, the _____:: :lltlltffll I- every Tuesday andKeyVe.t every the drudgery of washing with the hands iUtl10 ., ,
legal West and New Orleans
A. D. It170. dunnj [ lMliwr Postmncte at Key -
d in the
should loe of the Dominican day when it can be done better ,
ratified large mass
a year
t ': following described t property or no much thereof Is TilE CIBCTIT COVET KTU; JrniciAL Cmcrrror I BY have been instructed to send mails to Havana <
,- indebtedness would have to 00 repudiated more expedHiously. with less labor,and 1'
"-, : the Httte and no ; .
will be raflklent to Butisfy and the American consul -
MASATEZ his at
'1 a* I LlltmA. is AM JOB COFSTY. by time to the
bnt for the I iu rnation1 injury) garments by a Doty Clothe .
rt- ,;:', ; w.ll-kno\1'nprioci11t'o due the owning the I' I.
County Taxes by putil'S Elizabeth Whidden.: Havana... Poptotfice will dispatch return
) washer and
hold : Universal
.1 law, which will, in ofannexfttion, GEO. D. ALLEN a Wringer. ;
:. : caw A. D. 1809; and back taxes _ j'
ame: for the year vs > Bill for Divorce. mail to each port, forwarding all such Sold dealers
the United States bound for the pnymcnt olerery by generally: to whom liberal i
; '
; r :_ .\ ,,,? dollar of the Dominican idebtednuw, tl.such 11 for the 5 car A. D. 1863.;that amy be unpaid, to- George Whidden, ) ALL KINDS 01" matter Mean be expedited in its transmission discount are made.
: ,
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wit BILL U "inc been fl.'tl in office in the *
'. > :. : ;> mv >y thisroute. i i&A&"e
f pretentinajuggling,: in the express A R.
t : ti ; nQhnt.lll way >bndiog.l' Cooley, WilliAm, Est-TLt-E j of SEt S above entitled cause, and it being made to T"mpll Join;: SoiMb, every Friday( C, HHOWM.t G. -
pulatiiol18tothe contrary I
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r L
"",. : IS. U1'JT21.' appear by affidavit that the defendant resides Agent
'" J..ue Tn"'pa zoing Friday 44-tf.
: / I J every 32 Cortlandt Street" New York.
.. tlw limits of the Sixth Judicial Circuitof i
beyond Plainand
F''f' :... NorFDhn.-The WasLingtoin corre pont. -' Dent John F, E tHarrcU. Fancy accommodation and facility will be
? ,- There Berrien, El t-S E 4 of S W i, S 2C. Florida, to-wit : In Sumter County in saidState. F.very '
; dent.or the Charleston (lnodrq.y : and thAgents
afl'or.J..J to Consignees
-: It is ordered that defendant I Shipper
___ hereby ,
:. and Fenian organization R 21, T24.
!'" tt extewdre respectable line all Bread !
jan the
of at points. Large
"ifS E 'fX E 4 S 20, do and pleud answer or demur to theCODll'laillftDflll&
\ -l Jeremiah! I ( appear
the r .
but <*
; :; : .. "," i iu this country and in Ireland WORK Your obe d bill I ef6r' thefirst
i T 21. on or > JOB
R 20
:: of this aswci..tiooutterlrrcpudiatethe
.. : ; Readers the Bell ws. RernyV Monday,6th day in June next, or the nuna will F, W. PERKINS. d: CO. Mib criber respectfully Informs
.--M: :.;:.. .action or the authority of ONejJ. who i. Agents. Tur. tDe
,, this movement rsJlxr preteudeilmovement :\I.... John 1'L10 be taken as confessed. that he ha commenced msufctnr-
;t \Ieaderof or
I : ., :h."-,- against Camula. The l'ft.*idt'nt B. W.-S E I of N W 4 S :21! R 19, lYornW That publication of this order be 26. C.rondel It Street:New Orleans IDg

.' :. \' : xloe not refer to "renituia'iuhi pror-lamation. I IT22.i made in some official newspaper published in K.KOBKRT3, I Luree Bread of
; fi 26, B 21, this Circuit aweek throe mouths NEATLY EXECUTED AT THE Ajrent superior quality
followers of i Weeks James-S E 4 of N W L S once cousec
t'! ,, 'J!- ::-.....'. Mid the press confounds the with l.I utively. 171. Chambers Street., New Yoik.yr. Fresh Daily, Re\qar! cnHomrM will be libI
I. T -
: : rfjTXeiL The President is no docbt or ought :
f;., f -i: : I "to be, better adusrd. The lcad-M .>t the p o- I \YM. K FRIERSOX.Tax I' JOHN F. BARTHOLF, o.; FERRIS, I erallydeah with;

4- and threatened niw t cuu- Collector lernaad> Co. Clerk, .. Ct Ct, Manatee Co. ; Agent! FLETCHER. P
expedition- >
, .. < I ail potted are pot Fenians, but nlLbuters. 1 Tampa. April 20th 16 70. t.k Feb. 23d 3m ,PENNSOLAR OFFICE. I Tamps: "'.. i o. uDe 20th. t( '
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