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The Florida peninsular
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Title: The Florida peninsular
Alternate Title: Peninsular
Physical Description: v. : ; 70 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Thad. C. Andrews
Place of Publication: Tampa Fla
Creation Date: June 22, 1870
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1855.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1874.
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended in 1861?; resumed in 1866.
Numbering Peculiarities: Resumed vol. 1 in 1866.
General Note: "Democratic" <1856>; "Republican" <1873>.
General Note: Editor: Simon Turman, <1859-1861>; Sam C. Craft, <1866>.
General Note: Publishers: Simon Turman, <1856>; Wm. J. Spencer & Co., <1859-1860>; Wm. J. Spencer, <1861>; J.E & T.K. Spencer, <1866>; T.K. Spencer, <1869>.
General Note: "Here shall the press the people's rights maintain unawed by fear, unbribed by gain."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur" -1866-.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 3 (Mar. 3, 1855).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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,: ,. t', I iba trbs From the Florida) llfsgister. together so as to form a large and I The liar's Umngr.! The FlrH of 3Iana,;,...as. i ,. ..i
,' >kr '!eninsular> 3 a auIl a b ..
Vegetation and actions of pail surface' the' mass is lflt'ndrin.n Among the ofticers of Peter the (Great A civrroponiient' : of the Charleston .... -I..'
tho wind or current to a considerable News, after sketching the ap;l't.'arln of : t
BY If. T. WILLtflIS.Although was man named "'Ia ioir, whose
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11 1 1-; ,. .Lurest Orvolatloa in. City- And Country.. ... Js ''v. !NDERSO' 1'''SOX8 t& co.atntftH1 the popular notion i is, } .I :\a floating: > and I thus island]: presents of considerable an appearance ex- rt'lllarlmblt'"vrth young had! won for' him of at 'theage the this following great: battle upon tield its during present: the/ vfar ndit.ou has: : / -

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position
is sterile] ;;: twenty-five,
Florida ol
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ADVERTISING, --; RATES cant man wi1lltt l surprised! and a*>lon! the Czars own ngiuient, a ilNtinction From this terrible waste and ruin let .- |
priorsAXl Although! the soil i. Faid to be so poor, which had kindled tho envy and hatntlt us t urn to a fairer, I.'ight-th\\ Mall. :ssaeof ,
--4P- eti 1 at its fitness for the cultivation of \ I
I i the warmth and I humidity: of 111di- 1 uf veteran, who, without (talent oriniel1 -. to-day.I I It t is a pretty/village of our::: I
arable & '., and I ''
} ..THE' "FLORID',': PENINSULAR. that vegetables there i is not of venture h' cotnpcfisatu in a great measurefor 1' hgeiice, had jit obtained his; ; ..master'scotitidtnce : a hundred houses, :grouped about the depot :
oil in
;;; TW i.'FLORIDA., say whole of Florida an aero the rocks I.j I I 1 e\'t'r inferiority I there mhp: and by irtue of stolid fi. eLty.t ; .- with broad tn'ia: g 'o<.l condition: ** i V j
except : ,|
i it a 'vegetation of great varuty and t One day, as both these Uml't.'l'r in; nttendance 1 lined with rcstdcnA-s, sto.vs, umithies ,
irreclaimable marsh lands
t ;; occapjiaE the tpaca of 12 Breviet -GENERAL COHSSIOXM the but '
8gture; '(". In the South, th ten pe'ra- I on the Czar l't'tl'r"who was in and all t the office of f a considerable populatu -
linen,'Pt lase, bne tnicttion..L50 can produce more profitable crops scarcely changes the year round ; i bite\ (-f his agreeable. 'mood-*, while coutttttt'latiug u. ifanv/i-f[ these houses are neat J j

:Fciie eTerjribB' neat. insertion..,..... 75 J ants any product that can be cultivated in I summer is only distil i wished by the I a miniature which he drew and tasty, siune are even elegant, and the :;*.|+' j

Ones mbnthi.. ............10.00tng erc North. ,' of its i hotel ia ; lndei-d -s. ,,*, .
r r ; \ :\ : bowers.s : I fruirt Lis pocket, suddenly! turned tu Wlxiliunr : j p-avantC' () one ,
: 'oolomn, 'one year; *;........ $ILO I may be assessing! too inul-hj; yet .\! has been stated before the and : him the face asked whilrt /uly religion has built her tcm- _
average- showing true j
: tIle nil ihe { ,
"AdyatieeaieatAomarked'with Draylon Strectar !!, reader will foHomy remarks: he I
I the num- will share in the <'ill1 temperature of the State i is 73, :I his opinion. of it. At the sight the youthbecame pie on a,grassy! lawn at the end of a fine ,j j jstreet -

p : her of i m denied win be pnblUhed un- SAVANNA CEO:. The botanical same field feelin-r.of Florida i* in no part does the difference between agitated \but mastering; his HIIO- / The inhabitants are mostly from i t ....

i 4 tfl ordmd oat and'charged acoordingty.4A&.ertiaimente little explorrtJ.lItC'nsi"l": in (' and winter exceed :25, and at 'I lion, commended! the ,beauty nf the picture the) mirth, a sturdy, hanl-working yeo- i! ,j
due from first: insertion 'and.oaUeetsble attention all business enJL nlagutt West tho is than down those habits of in- '
bringing
givlo nut without beenth5CrVd I
prompt and variety it i is to ]be hoped! that ) change : more not, however, having" nr y, f .
according trusted our cartnd liberal aJuncImade. and I which have made a ..t
the i
: by veteran! Stepanw ho. 'as istry sobriety
OFFICIAL Jt. ,LEGAL, ADV- "TISE3IENTS. upon l'ronce I and.. Oc2l" *ly scene enthusiastic may! devote admlreryof!! labors this to its The productions of' Florida] arc chiefly I, soon .as the other had retired, com inn uicay r----------1'1I.rll'a.IUlIl) <-if- even cold and rocky New .'. t f t iLugland. i-
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I ;', ,. .'o --- ., ', tigationand subsequent: puMi'atiolt''nll're {' which require a tropical sun to ma ted his observations to Czar, together; Their principles] arc also of. !
I The Florida Peninsular Laving befoG designated L. J. orii.M*B.rrf. JOHN: FUCS1\1': can be no duuljt of novelty, them. The usual: !staples of the with the infonnation'thatli' ,was the Nvrlh, but that docs not trouble tho .1 |1-

aa one of the official journal of the Sixth L J. GUILJ, TIN &r rU CO est and variety in this department.The 1 will not grow here, and} to SUN'l'l';)} tho accepted )lover of Ludmillo. / good Virginians who have settled them, ;

Judicial Circuit,the rate for legal advertisement vegetable kingdom: in Florida agriculturist I must snake use of the Wladimir withdrawn! ,to yt-k ,an for they are not making Iltlili.Scolon\ ;; '"I', 1 1

*, Win be as. follows : plays gt'f'all'rar t'ly than i is! to be tunr productions of the State.Vheat .- immediate 5nter\lew with Lud illa, and they came dll'Hon the border of tho j

.- Notice Application for Letters of Cotton factor Si in any other )part i>f the United :; ': and other grains have been grown wa soon in her presMice. II/ upbraided: sunny South to make ]homes fur themselves

Administration, 5 weeks ...... ... .. 1500"Notice In the hauumuk lands: i-n the river I the northern counties: and a yield of her with deceit and treachery ; the former not to be oflice bidders. So tho *t ,
to Debtor and Creditors 8 'w 800 o Al sen, and iii richer swamps: nothing bushels to the :acre obtained, but :-lie'admitted, but t declaredihat it Wllfl: )[ fields, as far a* the eye can reach are under ,

Notice for Dismissal, months, h. 12 00 GKSRALCommissio tmrpass the luxuriance: and tplrndor\ tendeniy( is t41 be a luvuriancy. his: nun sake she had tlmw so. The Czar, cultivation, the young wheat i Is breaking ". I

Notice of Insolvency" ... ". , 2000 I the trees and Mi rubs. Ever verdant t : and loss of s.eed. I hearing of her beaut\yiiad( wished. to see t through tIlt! ground, and all the busy j

AH other Legal Notices and' Advertisementswill eMs of pine ciIT a great extent of (' It i is known that t the pea-island: cotton her : and having smi' her at once visited activities of the farm arc in cheerful s J Jprogress.

: will be eLa according to the njMce they occupy Merchants. try, and the trees are of unctmllllllllfi (the production of which was formerly her and abruptly made known his pas' :-ioll. Voung. rees.are slowly I grow- '" ,

and the number of insertions required, and 1Il'autWhat are called \ ', to a fe,v !small ihhnJs! off tla- Incensed t the.'repugnance which .she :ng up, to mitigate and soften the present
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1 at the rate of one dollar per square each inter Say Slrcctavannai, Gco. Cedar and Cypress abound in the (last 1 of :South: Car"livt; and rt! V..V: : m"'i''XfiUiharped: t her with I lovinganother bald aspectd! the place-the germs of *
and : and xiH1. knowing h"Wuncontroll- future gardens brighten hero and them inspots
I tion. they grow to an enormous grow lusur.ir.tlv! t-unintbo centre
i .". -- Agent for Bra'lls Supjr Phosphate of I IJ. Oaks are also numerous, and I the I tree rite peninsula. ably flriou;/!t'Ull'l'r| and fearing; for :lw ( of ;floral brilliance and beauty- ;, f

.,ln.., j develops itself in full perfection. ) The soils are also adapted to the suc- lifo of hcr/loUT, had professed: to, 1'isUufaorabjy new houses are riiutlln newly I acquired V < _
//fER TQ SUBSCRIBERS : Bagging, Rope nd>o Ties always on hand. I l the monarch aid had the homes of future !
for -
to given estates :
generalions
forest(ot oak, hickory, gum, beech, I cultivation of the coffee plant tl'e:
Per Annum, in advance) : $2.00 Usual Fncillll xfcndctl'lo Cns- :
( : :
him The. finitfulnos- of I and smart I.
portrait.' I thrit'ty'irginians t : a
lar etc form interlaced the Jfer : I
an ( : \ palm, sugar: cane, cottons gen
Six Months : ; : : .. ICO incr her had! its elect Wladimir. little local] ''dispi-nscs the; tidings.of : i
verdure; tangled uuderbru.hiih' I cuba and other tobacco, rice, indi tarry upon paper .
I P -_ Josn'n rtVw.i.x, > AS.! B..rARAXoiK E the variegation in floral adornment, sisal hemp, New Zealand flax' etc., v.lto more, than forgave: ]her. the day, and indulges in occasional strains

PUSiUfS5-flr'D51 ... ,.'INJG'J the garden of nature presents, breaks the climate i is .exceedingly well suit /. The C/ar, on ]bearing: ftt'pau'tlido: of pro'plictieenthusiasm, which would be 1: .1

J beautifies the scene, whilst the for that I t'Ol'hi'l'al': insect and.I silk-worm :sores, gave way to his ungoverned tent- worthy of Duluth or Omaha. 1.
JOSEPH FNEGAN& CO. .. ... .
shrubs and cryptc-gnnia invest, like a cllhi"ulttl"t' elabltI are mai '. I per. As soon as the tempest left spate -- '

I : Y GLVV pet, the soil. The cabbage palm i is =-, potatoes' especially sweet j>otat/es!:!, I for thrtughf, he wrapped himself! iu his: )L\ ..\I'r.r. OF THE, DrOES.-One llf' ,
natural phenomena of the In-e- *
: ((Softool{ Faction's mon and grows to great height. } melons, (melons grow /o an j mantle and hastened to the residence; t.f t the great ,
the drones.] It" '
r W. J BARN a,TT.t 9 leases of this tree are manufactured rmoti': size, often i.f 70 and Xo l tars: ,) I i Ludmille, passed quietly{ toward: the roust hiv is masscreing of
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: II was at one time assvrtvil t lliat: the ViwrK r- I
AND hats, baskets: and mat*. variety of esculent: roots/particu- I where l the luvtrs had sealed} their recon- i
t 4 : t Lees did not use their stings* aga-st:; : .'..estlugless '
In the deep swamps: immeasurable ; ] a species of arum, which/ not cul i+j filiation, and suidat'tuly throwing oicn Sie; :
tt p xii J Q.l ai f r lut\ r press trees, with their thin, tapering ':': '" in the maritime parts: It has a door, stood !before them, and in ominous. males, liut merely: pusheu t tlc-i ", i
Hl\'i\ .oon %tl.diUrhBay } \ \ I, out I "to die. This! idea, ]ho\vetcrJ\ resulted I / .
reared bulbous
the double ireath-
towering pillars, OH gigantio : :'; root, which/wlll'n roasted I toiips'inu'ighedngiutiNt:'! : t
11RoorssuFLA; tree in the stillness of majesty> .r l'llih'llws a taste: similar to the jam.TheI'tttulie i t t rDeaf I ) to the.;; young; girl's Mipplira- fn>m I the massacre: being always I committed '" Y
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entiug Hill' apt feature of, the silent is a )kL/1 i 1 1d nut in pudshltlr :. i lions' fur pardon, litjet controlled, the at the bottom of the hive, whither the ;
Geo.T .
Ret
C :. ILLPRiCftctn1 THE GTII & 7THII I15CRAL: A i'ASCr., Samtnmlt::nia-le on Cotton con deur of j'riuie\al] nature, shout ] grows abun-uMflly: in sandy land.! 1 extcnial] mi'iiifi'sf: aliens ofn'.g: --, uwl br.d( pi-' 'I' dr-nies retire um clusters in July and / ;

Judicial Circuit and give prompt attention lJ rigrifd to \9r to uur Correspondents h straight columns! the t foliage of \ i I I It is baked or roast/ii in the shell aul the m ijor report himself at ihe fortress \jigust l ,: if aware of the, doom impending t
to all business entrusted :'o him. :>e.. York ar Liverpool. Uaegin! ; Rope e'1'selr iuter\Mi\ea at the tup) f :; ] by confirliyiiers t!! as sweetmeat.! : '; as a prisomr.With over t them. As .r- :..1;, iy one of his .
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; ... Des 23th 18C9. 1 y and Iroi Tit ni hal 1 at lowed I rate ocHru ,, ingenious expedients( Huber discovend /
'\ \V_ : canopy of vast t'\tint ; if ,1;: ; I 1.15 the pacing; : breeze, seems to \ ., tea cm ut Ulflllt'-IIIIIllul: he l raised :here the truth I ::>ix swarms were put on glasstables ] I
I I ElttlEN OL1YEK ; /{ : : the cruelty of a savage\ ; Peter the Ufl'ltIll''r :
B. Wall I beneath which the,watchers placedthemselves. '
Joseph deep-toned requiem those who the tea of
user
i lit! e lldilar: r'i o'rutor Tallahassee Senltoe certainly: :1glo.l: quality as J :lot' sight of lug brand JIcy: the This cllulri'llnt'I8HIl1'1'1' ,
# made here their safe and welcome! i of I'lufia awl.TapllI. but nf the eof-i I welfare of Kussin, l. and soon determined : '
COTON FACTOR When the spring time of the } car I '. \\hetherit can (be' raised in quantities4which : j jI t-i. liberateVIadiniir.. .f tlu- best and 'succeeded to admiration. (On the :
: one
1bVitECflX) t t atBROOKSVILLE. jt1t', COMMISION; MERCHANTS, thu magnolia 3tHI1'l'aulifulll'gwl.lv.1 I : yfll: justify an extctishecultiva- bravest 1 of his: ollicers, but no laeosityexisted .Ith of July, we saw: the: workers actually I I.,

I'' -AND- spread\ their horizontal brainhcN: \\ ti.ulI iif'the article, has not jet been sully! i :: for ;granting: : :a pardon, to I.udmil-. massacre the whole six swarms, at tho :
interlacing each other form tine ( same hour and with the same: peculiarities.The 'r'f
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a 'II'n; proved.
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FLA. GEXERl rURCIIASLVG and twin(1 ) la: who. on a suborned charge of treason, .
't, :shade, impcnious to tho t rays: 'If t the /The fruit }productions are of the 1I1l'-t': coiiiicmiud! to the kU\lut-a: sentenceequivalcut gloss' table was covered with bees j
/ OlfAIlDlXG AGJSXT.Savannah and full of animation which flew! tie. I
suppressing the growth of all \ delicate tieseripiluns.mnnng! them | urui
armoranges
; rrrrDL PRACTICE in the 71h and Cth Judi.eial Goo.onsigramofCuttonCoru.Srut ; | to death., with torture and
.... YV Circuits, and riTe prompt attention I. ble beneath. Hero also may be sieti ; leinohs, limes, pineapples' olives .shuiiKi ?u'craddcd] at the same time revenging drones as they came from the bottom of '
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.. all tusinetw entrusted to bm canxH.L.MITCHELL, C. Rice :: ', which\VoulIliuen.lacco paw-paw, which has a stem ) ) grapes: : l bananas, pomegranates, etc., '' : : himself upon WI:1limirIIY: or- the hive, sci/ed l them by the att nets, the a '

hbt-rallld'ltl'l will be mnd when desirtJ. straight, :smooth and silver-omTcd and nearly all tropical fruits: all of which t1';'rill' him to supcrintei'd< punishment.Kesistatice limbs and the wing: and after having( l

'tt'MlooalatUi"Q elreu to the\ sale! uf 111' a conical top of evergreen fuliare flourish luxuriantly; and garden: vegetables ; to such a mandate was-out of dragged them about, so to spiak, after I

1'rodcc. ap ly fruit of the richest appearance 'ii( ] are produced in the greatest :abun the question dibobcdiencu: only] h ured quartering( : them they killled 1 them by 1 _
the name of a shrub which tills Ih .. dance. his ; repeating; ; slings bctvv! en the rings: of tins .
I destruction without her
own
TISOJ &, G011DON t tom swamps as: tho elder doe,; / The driest! !seasons are relieved! by I I whom he l loved.: In,' at saving the holy \tdlTIlt'. iiiemint: t that this formidable; "'

) ttorutn at alt\ tho Xorth. It flowers in masses t,f \\ heavy dews: and the sun, that would bake i'j. shrine :lIltlup.n his[prayer father's! grave, his weapon reached! 1 'I, t Il' last of
< Jr: ornamental blossoms: and lias the earth in other and wither their tant'tht1'11'.t.lll'd their t
Q. (.J) rl m 0 ((1;) 3J' parts vegetation resolution was taken-to free I.udmilla. '
TAMPA FLORIDA. rings of covered seed' which' i is here so tempered bthe prevading i'. from torture and. l i ignominy by one stroke wings and ('JIlin't) the sametirr.e o ': f I.
tho hut-bes till \\inter. } moisture as to cover the surface with !! of his another as if t the workersalid; nut consider! t them
and
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,. C$1MERCHANTS t aa d:> among tho flowers is /fit- hibiscus. ]perennialerdurc.. 1. her in death. dead, as they appeared to us, they still "' V

.. grows frequently ten f, ct high, ; -- -aChlhter ... sirick: the sting so: deep} that it couldhradly i -
;ttTILL GIVE PROMPT ATTENTION. TOn into a regular coo, the apex The Czar, after passing tho night in I be withdraw, ; and! t these }bees weroo'hliged I
toll business entrusted to his core. with large and vxiuuided crimson ; Itetrenclinient. paroxysms: of agony, drawn by an overmastering ] to turn round upon themselves' I

e t nTQIl-JI: !: Gz,);' these unfold th| ughout the ; Mr. Beck, of Kentucky, has done the impulse to witness, himself, the : with si-rcwlikc! niotiou! before' tae: stin : ....

1 J.....A...'nz..mDlO.. ......!.!.'.. J.-.F....JlL.. ..UII01. .... \\1 U C 8611"ttilontiaue STREET buriuess and. offer the old aervie hand months. country I the good service of letting in the ,I cruel spectacle, and casting an ordinary r could lie l disengaged. :\ ': ;{ f ye ,
our of mantle his nnifurm of Colon.I of [ ,
The fact over
.tto thecrchanls and I'!&0'ers of liilUburo myrtle .nx shrub] is! without daylight upon the retrenchmentsof u" :'C.tllt'w fi-eiiiis of (: ; I -
and the aieentcuuuties for the sale of Cot among the must useful of the '( fuu-y which haw for :>4)l1l-liIlW'' \\Jd.1t the lYi-obajin&ki regiment:' and his: d"-io- three hours, l.u: btes
HENDERSON. &, HENDERSON, ton and ,er Produce, also for reverting and ous growth It 5 is found ill 'all made up the stock in talk of the lit 1+'11-! rations' of. the Order of S Andrew, he the males. They hallllla! : I I

forwtrdiiCottoa and Merchandise. soil, illltl 'n such plenty' that were lican trumpcurs. There has: ; btiit crooking pi,!,iced himself in the way of the filial !| own on the preceding' .tJ _

: ttpr r<1tn? at aw, We conai/nents ann/ pared to to u,make for sale literal in this advanceson Marketor hands t/tough to gather the berries, iTougli at "Washington, I Ieaeu, Luows t, prllt't'-: !>ilm. It advanced.. The sight of i tacked} those which, driven \. .. '.

when is preferred to be lorwarJrd to our could/supply all America: with wax. : of the pregnant: hiiigesof the knee ; but: her grace i !\lhll.\'t liiu'ss, absorbed; in a I boring hives. hail taken -

TAMPA. FLORIDA, friends i Jverpool, Sew York, Philadelphia, protvess. tlf 111.1\ big it is"t'ry "imlIT it does i.ot: thus: far appear; very eli.artythat : terror t, o.deep! for explrsafun' : I."f. rill tin-in. The. following; !
Bouon dalti more.llsviiuJfifteen. '} bruise the berries: boil them iu thrift :lias fnihved (he fawriiijg.:: )!r. or tears: moved the better nature of Peter mained in the hives.'

'. years experience in the .t/r and tkim the milk otthich is Beck, as our readers will MX, shows us ,I and just t as her l 1"H'r was: about to -,..

CoUqCoram is i (Ion Business lly of a bright green c\ll\1r, but that the expeiiM.s: of the N-i\y: Department put! his )purpose( into effect, the sovereign: WILD SPORTS tx : [ ;.

'TT7TLL PRACTICE in the Southern and inSar4ah, ws have an extended bleached] like beeswax, and on far the past focal; year t.'x"I'l'ller.l111O bursting through; the crowd, threw off his man dcM.-riiu.-s an ( ) '
: I' II Eutem CircaiU of the State. si acainlaoce to whom we refer its hardness, is well adapted for appropriation for tlut department }by the I'i mantle, advanced l to Lmlmilla, and pressing mount in }Florida., )He --

t .... ti.leoc ADdreDI' in hot countries. trifle of :3ooOO\lO-lhis: : \ excess being; hil'l' hands! on Itolh sides of her head, Hamilton "I
t' w,... per, county :
MEDICAL.Dp. ,"'N. W. ) Then i is a species cf beautiful l"lualln just about one-third of the actual I I I drew her to him and kissed 'her on the one milo and'a half from! !

i. wood in many')parts I of :the State, cost ot the whole! nuuhiucry. of Fcder-' j,: forehead ; f.tr then as now, it'M the a tine mess of fish. .\* i

C. L MITCHELL Ocar as bastard nlahug: .my. al government under the lest:: 'l Democratic\ j privilege of the Knights: of St. AndrewI for hoin vl) heard, a rU.ltin. :
': .-. i Cheesman, 'I he ]pine forests are one of the adiiiiui t ration, ten j t'arlgu.. Tho'l'rl'a- I i to save: by a kiss the cnndemmd: from the In-hind me. 1 turned, and ,

natural features of the State. sury 1 Department) proclaimed throughout i hands of 1 the executioner. catamount in seven feet '
(
V O JTFERSmS| PROFESSIONAL SERVICED tVIIOLEALE DKAL'EIl: ; IX most probably occupy '- the land: as the head quarters' of practical .. .... fore I could get fairly on ( i, ,

''f \o afar citizen of. Tampa and surroundingcountry. the |>eninsularr; even where the : : economy' is charged with an illegal! annual i f COSFInKxr.tt.-Weher.ragood: !story t was sitting 110\\11)) ho t r; '

t t richest and ]best, a large }portion of ( waste of nearly,01)0,0001) 1 Thu'h '. of a man: who went to the frontier to see brad and cut a largo gash ;

.. CaHa from the country promptly at- C8CK ERY & GLASSWARE section affords this growth.Vhere frugal heat yell, whose! boast it i is l that a friend.' The family consisted i of the i lip with his( !t.t.th"anl : a 1
tree Is found and.] )limestone i is! not be has established, a telegraphic I I I '
tliennom-j !
tended toOFFICE husband, his wife, and two grown sohs.'Flit' .- with his clanso, that I ( :
; manifested in the soil, the i i- eterof: the daily bu.sine.s.s the 'I Ii 1 I j I in."f "f'
country
country, good 01.1111.1t the
I from
: At ilr. Bamnel. Mitchell's reaijy' 7Warrcn St XowYork.F2.L only one ofj got lullknife my ( ;
I'
I i
: dlDCe. .. orally healthy )l.irge forests i is allowed 1 by, the law! the services of I 17S1 1-, the family who did;.] not take a !little of the I j |iced it before 1 cou'd () { __:

/? .Tamp' "Fla., May 4th, 1870. ly. away into the interminable] di>tamv ; I ufliciaN of all ;grades. TJI{'!>I: )he ''It be j jof l." :Sitting: by the fire a few 1;| found he was getting: > the L rand

t INSURANCE. deep luwr>e, sergelikc, niurmnr of : I paj with the rational: fund! whatever m'n.itos, the old\ man tit jcd! him wink, '' I jumped\ into the I

: S. R. WILLIAMS tn-es by day and by ii'ght, breaks! up: i may I tee the service: in tth''h! '<.. >t'f i,.!pTi? y i .' ,, :- .. riinri"l!| } him' out. Stop- let go my lip and caught ] I ,

LOUISIANA silence] of t their solitude, \\hiKt! 1 Ilif f[ them ; but With} II.-SP .I t I.'" :,- i j'l< l cuiilelu. put;: J 1.\ a rrt"-.. huK, };'' l "it a l-mg nvked !'1 I turned over on my face, ,a'.,
and perpetual note of the noisy: '. i i Ho reinforces tl1(1nWIl :an 1I.lthunzl'tlI : : -11"11\1'
\ reiiiarkinjr "Ib.iveto J it'
: keep of
% ; i my head: and! bit me on I -
; 'f sician and Surgeon, a discordant treble, disturbs: I the ) !I I' 'ml-hrJ :lt1e-lIf 'lr nearly sucui Iiwl"adtilil"al" hid.-for the buys l luiirht:) get to dr'n'iing?j ji put my bead under water itVuldlUlt j
and charms of this majestic base. h!., \ "
clerks
"" spies: : appraisers: i tt and, the old\ woman w''iiM, raise: the il-n'. ,i ( live, expecting I i "

: ATINO'LOCATED IN TAMPA tenders !, UITABLE Tire !low, :savannns, > covered, lik t I t.f ]private: pockethandkcrihk-f*, and! inspectors I They ti-ok drink': and relnn.evl to th'(" would attack me, again, but ..
\ prairies: : the with a of ladies' .. i ithe'ti.inorout
upper country Balbriggan ho .
'- c, fireside.uon'1'uun! ;: the elder! son, a kiilj I washed and !
my eyes got i .
F t his Padonal Serykea- to the Ctizens of digious growth of grass and flowers. I who in the ngsrepate; ; receive salaries I to :-l'fJ" colt7 .and taking ;it) I could see, ti ok a '.

and ridnlty.Offloe IFE t I ISSDRISCE (C011PI\Y\ the swamps the cane !brakes are amounting: to 8I,00,000.l / II him behind time (barn, pulled out a lla>k, ;::t.arlt'IIl'tlr 1 home without :
1
1
/.Tampa height and thkklltanJ the
mense For this
expenditure being an advance : "
1 have
i --In Tinoent LwmardyV reo den< other meadow
: I < ,-Tampa.Mayllth, 1870.. 42 CANAL St. NEW ORLEANS, LA. es sie. plants' grow of nearly one hundred per cent upon :the 'i j tIm" old man will get drunk, and the d-I''Iis ,ed l.iui within a quarter I '
i enormous lawful outlay: of the Treasury, no syllableof i to pay," anti the both took .a drink :JIltll'rt'uCllt'd. ;where bad the '
r Q} g 1)1I ISSUES LIFE POLICIES payable Quarttr- Some of the reed canes are from legal warrant can be shown by tho \ Soon we : fight. xgreat
t
Kubstepped the i
1' on
L visitur'stuesand
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D Fifteen
; ;. ly emi-ttnnually. : Ten anJ'e to forty feet in height. Tho ]lakes who j consolation of :$ ,
: Secretary snnJ '
yr fears witth or without cndow-nieut. lUtt'8 as solemnly .Tndge: walked off; the visitor follow- ,dead." l
-, ,I 1 f 4.-: lcV ,wand terms aa favorable as any co&iiiuiiy into bayou' especially in summer, an' I' Lawn-nee"as: : our readers may remember, 'J in;;. As they reached: \t he pigpen BobXlrew "
I 1 A.- tJ United Stand ed with a curious species of aquatic\ : that it was his intention, on taking tho of- ![ out a good tilctl'uttll'\ remarking "You There[ aro plenty of s( : :
:. Enimfaing! Sorg eon UiaBnaoa Offs eeL JOSEP1I ELLISON: ,
President called by botanists htia mirations. flee he
j > 1
holds
> J' """ J. W. STONE. VkePreki.lent j now at once "in< n-dfte-e the know the old. man and Torn will get drunk I but no one will believe this i
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Ait. monly called house leek aud has a ] If the head waters thus swollen] i
are
concluded he could Vrascalin
j not sranl it todrinkj : Wh is han-d
a )ur '- t .
JOHN :mLL1m.t tiful elliptical ll leaf. t the -
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all I the uuivcse !
!!'.r1'.A1IPA, E1A."n Taw.paUIi. thousands of ihcso hare been ,' j :; :
plants the lo-Aer stream T-JV. Y. World' 1 "
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: : 1\e lg .ibil. tUitl5u lar.1S1 I '-*.TJLMPJL' AND" YICIXITY.. I I OBANGE GBO\E.- The Hon. Henry S.I I I'I FROM WA.S ljUTOJ.' :i XEW YE> i June 10.-Tho Grand '| died of paralysis atitwenty; minutes ,past ( .:". -..

r1 u . j Sanford, ex United States Minister to '. WASHINGTON) Juno: ti, Noqn.- e : Lodge'of tons .to-day; abandoned thesdtctne'uf'ablishing <6 o'clock 1 last evening.f '

-- -. __.The. members of BUl8bor. }h. County 'J iSs ltl, js plaui ing an orange+ grove of Reconstruction 'Com nittl( has 'adoptedas a National Grand I f: Hal AaA, June 10.Nothing J later. .baa

D. D.1T, HJKE '22d, ,.1870.SVICUL50TICE om.d"Executii(. Committee tr are I ,one'hundred aorta at Tt'l1ol1i1k a'rule not to remoVe disabilities eicept Lodge. 1 jl,been received from the Upton expedition. : t -: ".:'

specially- requested- | to meet In Tampa on CIECUIT*.Corirri JACKSO.V.-Among upon written application. The reborn-j!r The elewl Railroad 1 successfully 1 DcRodas official dispatches report threw .. ,t' ,''p :

'.' 9th I I foe.criminat cases fired at the pr??('nt meudations of friends or high officials are ;;opertng tagti the patronage extended ]battles, in which respectively tht'N.wen' :
1J the subscription-. \ prit ot ie j- .iyhe; day of July, prox., to form of t this: Court was'\bat of Aleck 1{k- not respected. The petition must beac-'i':b SOUf.w tmled. I j I )killed. twelve, fourteen ana twelve insurgents. .' : .4 ,-"

'.' ?LNzxscLAR \rflllSs l 52 ear I In ada d: t rtitiue time and pfaces of qolding primary ens, colored.cliarge-l 1 "ittt, cing accessory compaaied with expressions indicating' NEW Ya, June 8.-It .is reported .,,.J'
pet } ,_ meetings throughout the County I after the fact to,the mnrd rflil-} Mep ( submission. that the losf tho Darda is false. The! ',

tf f ", 'yiuce' _$2.O$ if R.aId within! *six' months_ ,' for selection of delegates to.County anti :Clellau: The4ry? found \ verdict of i;i Authentic contradiction of the Jewish M all hone; prints a telegram from1Lonlion i How BATTLES ARE 1''ot"UlIT.-lIo is ".1 I =

: :'\ .and 13 V notpjld until the end'oY thedear. "f I I g Iit}. \ j jI 'massacre in'lloumani causes great rejoicing -:' anmcing her loss between.the a battle fought T With tremendous vol- tIe .
Conventions.
, .ti.. ;. ., We.make this reduction'beIiesipg: District'. H. L.. )MITCHELL. Ch'n. _'e',..- j throughout the ,country. Bermudas i Panama. Only three'i j I 'l1, the ranks standing firm awl steady -
j
GVneral .
IS' : that It will largely increase buVaubacriptionlUt. -, I. HENDLBSOS, Sec'y. !j i I A uh'rn: Woman's'mll.I Bureau\ June 8th.-SENATE.-Mr, Ferry pre. sires were r and fifty. cnn wens I i':'as on dress parade-with enthuslasni.i t i
.
nn.uglor vented the petition of air Hatch, imprisoned lost.]( with i deafeningfinished cheers, with music, and t '
r I I I
. We ask our friends 'to)eke r : ftlc.hj.t. the assistance of frit'1Jl.-s.s J' .,
T
: in San Domingo. Hatch accuses ; LATER. 'e of the loss of thef- by a'glorious baydnet charge -
fur late NvY. report i
to fcn'.altsfrijm I. -
TJbanks, Capt. McKay : th' South been
his
; t i i ielvea for I : form'Jhi .
us.S .
J.L. i Ne-.v York : 'j.,General Babcock of having 'prolonged lDacia was from New York Juno G"Nothing of the kind. Here are simply .

.J .g-; .. ._ -= papers. ,J At a meeting py.of inilueiiiiul l meu re- .'his'in pri l nukont in the interest of the I'II to the Lnddloyd's, who made it public I some thousands of men on either side I, ,

Y" : Commrjreatei: 1 See notice of the dissolution of the firm gerding! the Fenian raid, held at Mon-i, San Domingo treaty. I Ii in agent in this who have been marched out this fpleasant ': ,
{i Mr. Ferry.said that Babcock was unworthy with to butcher each other. Modem firearms -
at day .
; .. .. YLTAJC> j'OI'F"' (NEAR B ARTOW,) }'L!., ff Darling & McKay, in this issue. treal, Mr. Thornton's thanks to PresidentGrant 'I to hold office. out country hearing havejuired tan arrival pints could I; 'I are terribly effective weapons ; & i" -E,:

.. t t T:: 1'June 7th:, 1S70., I Tie Steamer,due ,from New Orleans Tiif were steamship denounced Dacian as disgraceful.from : j I Mr. Sumner said that Babcock ought ,. }hl\'e} brought news. The course of i''good I Springfield musket will kill at a ,

; r" : 'Thaws arc times to te met, not folbweJ" Glasgow, to( he ckhtercd.Mr. t the Dacia didjt lie near the Bennudas. 'thousand yards; and by the time you 1-Y
r'{ : ",::, A faithful, patriotic ard an eoocctf leal bad not arrived up to the time of going to a was few said days to since.be lost, arrjvcd' at .New York I i\I Eldridge said, "'1'tat.tras! tbe reason h have drawn these opposing forces to with ; i t _,

1' ;f?;: \.; administration 'of a government j 1, na- press." The cornerstone of t the first Jewish I moved to adjourn"Mr. NEW YonK;inc -8.-C. F. Zeits, an in two hundred yards of each other, or ,, I

h. ,|ling from the proper delegated 1 pouerslH The School .Commissioners met in this Synagogue in Texas"was laid yesterday |Inayesontlu i.I Garfieldscal'ed* motion for the ayes and virftually extensive tobat dealer, has failed and I, about ,the distance a across resolved a good-sizea into "
to n"thus I wheat-ficM, the battle is a ; '
:" nd a h'earty.ro-operatio of the 'Ex cai1 City on Friday last. Schools are to be in Gaivestoji. killing the bill! -ayes 75, uays ( appcart't.{+ j passed forge l checks,1 simplo problem-which army can stand -7" .
Mr I ?. Annie Holmes of : ,and oir tobacco firms to th. t
<. l" the and established all the Jersey City : 65. ,! the and'wounding without -
,1. only ('trtalo.palladium over. county. thrown down extent ot two lidred thousand ij niost killing 1 "
,. r was a hundred steps, on j 31 Chandler sai.laf Hatch ulas.!i is t
I
Chat build r. was a {j breaking f When that question anl8tti -
and up
< 10.D promote perpetuate Copio.u8 showers of rain have falUnin Jersey Heights, by her drunken husband, t j worthless and tn.-bl.'..gt.d{! scoundrel. FOD.X June* 8.-A schoolhouse t? red can tell which side, will be i iictorious.

: .ti- a'. peace,iarniony, prosperity. and hap- this 'ctl n'tbis. week, which, benefited. on Saturday, and died of her injuries. j Mr. Ferry said that llafvh teas a wait was nfre by lightning to-Jay, i v you. The business of tbo, officer* I ,

I' : pmeis of a' free ,Ple. An these'con the crops. r Mrs. } du-in)1. Sta ton has received;: f honor and: integrity, whose word he j f killing tho teatand; : .injuring j several I U to hold the men to the work-to compel F" I j. '

< stitute! t the great fundamental l principles /< S53OOO, the public cotirrlbution. in m'm-I 1 would take as soon as that of Mr. Chan- j i' pupils bhockhigl.' them to load and fire until 1 so many *1 .

: I qf civil L'be/ty &\jp st yon,l sand .. Watermelons, green corn, ,squashes, ory of her late husband. tIler. j 'OMAHA. CiTTm'. S.-Tho election I of'1 the enemy are put hers ilu combat that ,; 1

; : $ tbatifgh .tt>grt'e Of national izocor and beans, tomattoes cucumbers, $nd other The Prince of Wales has bought an After some sharp words .denunciatory jye i :terday n-sulteji thin clecticrj of three, lIe: is forwd withdraw.. Take your 1 = .
j estate in Ireland and will of the Relations Commit lev for i Democrats std Republicans Gr I '
take up his permanent Foreign : lre" regiment into battle as orderly as you _
:; f ride'or any State or country... How ei- vegetables are plentiful. residence there. !i slugg'ishness regarding the rihfs'f J Council. -r< rl uiiu-d on the rest t liiay, before it has been under fire half au _.

', i rayed and, apostatized have been the We are requested to state that Eld.; At the.last advices from Rio Janeiroonehalf ,American citizens abroad, the'nutter tray'!of the ticket. 'L J'rr candidate in hour }it will become resolved into knots ".

.,' tj. f feelfngs manifested by the modern patriots Henry Stevenson will preach in theC ourt of all the crews in port had died referred- to special committee. I the' third ward Wa.fl'ntl"1 and groups from the.drawing together to i ,
:. i 1 \sUJXGro June 9, House.-In the There WWH: in theSank fill the of those stricken down and
of fever and there places ,
yellow torato ,
-.f't.: of. the "moral idea? school in thisiiej7fra House o'clock., was no prospect t i
o.n Frday| night at 8 J Indian 1
of an abatement of the plague. House ,s>everal members denied charges of )lon, molishing t the the; survivors will be lying or kneeling ''f
1
-. .. 6t progress and enlightened; po- I having been corrupted by Cuban part building rnrcc the Episcopal: 'forced down by the irresistible:: [instinct of 'I I
.. : : it litico-re/arm ntmyrcl- bonvm a/id{Infamouscorruption < Mr. ? Albury Hon. C. Moore, the Dispatches to the Republican concede tans Mission : o.Forei self pnserratioA.-Lippirtcutt'sJlagaztut. ;
!1. I Editor and others returned from their the election of a Democratio'Gon>rnor, I.
" .:; trip It in thought the bill forbidding servile "
In the exercise and fidarinistra- > ...
e\fS. t
I but claim the Legislature of -
Oregon by
down the
coast bringing several turtle labor contracts will us a measure
.lion l pass party
of high and !important duties towards one ballot thus :
majority on joint Cruz advicesto
securing
t > II'aTunl'Yt'm anti ,
: the
t t anti quantities of and will invalidate Koopmanschapp'scontracts. Bowen, negro corruption candidate ,o" .
to' I' ;, promoting the welfare ar J advancement eggs. the next Senator. Nothing definite instKha i: Ltt'n (( d. The: for Mayor[ of Washington, was y '

I:. I : i: of'the peace and Intenci of the State. unIkr The young people of this city proposeto has channel.been received through the regular Garfield, from Banking and Currency Mexican Congri'ss'lul probably hold! beaten I on Monday last over three thousand ::: ,

r.' l' ', ': J- the present BeedT/jyoMty./ Let the get up Tableaux's &c., the proceedsto Committee, introduced another currencyand an reforms.extra : : constitutional t'otel by Emery, Conservative. 1
A Portland telegram says the election funding bill but the morning hour I I This: result adds another to the many
t # events of mournful Ibo be given to the raising of Hook and
the
tt tell tale. a
past off The stage betwt Vera Cruz and Ja- t
The Radical
,: 1 I. passed quietly. Republicans was filibustered out, when the bill went I hard blow received by tha party ,; ,
t'
f : : : Ob, base and shameful has been the Ladder Company. We wish Ithem suc claim a majority in that city and county; over. laps was recently rl>ed and.one passenger within the past two months. Ho\nn! war

, i '.. i:: csreer of f the so-called" inglorious Harrison and a gain in tho other counties. It i is Philadelphia tobacconists petition} for a kit.1 entrenched iu officel: He bad uml tho I

' ;) ';p'1. ." I., and his "honest" and innocent cess.We are informed that C. R. 3I obI E. ', believed that the vote in the state will uniform tax of sixteen cents. lacafec t wcnwcntly captured}at revenues e of the corporation lavishly for a '
A-;l : ) be as '
close. : '
4 very A bill was reported from the Judiciary twelvemonth n : iulng; nt'grol'oIInd pay p
y* .. fIJ: crew of Iatl.Uitcsrho is an candidate Tho Permisi .
independent for the Senate new mines are )yielding'enormously. I Ir '
A named Committee establish uniform I in.r'tlwm for labor the {
J man Macey, living near Sha- to a s'stcm'of pretended upon -
I ;r'W th smooth 'diksimoUtina akwad W grace from this District. He will find it a hard kapee, Minn., while intoxicated, seizeda naturalization, with a proviso l'ostpon- streets and! in other places. Congresshad ;I
; :.4{ "
Citizens of
J! AVlrril'i purpose vith AD itngeft face, road to travel before he gets to the Senate. knife and :S.rutaly butchered his daughter ing; the exercise of the right of iiaturxlizution Gautiala have invaded assisted him by the appropriation of t

!f-. f Have with much dishonest fame created one of three children, and then attempted for six months after judgment; Mexican territory t is generally believed money for local purposes[ and all the job- 4 -..,
7 And organized a body corruption and COX ALESCEST.-We learn that Mr. to kill his wife, when his son, aged naturalization. The hi was denouncedby that Filix ,:ii fluvernorof; ']&X- l'er'ar ;!v: +national Capital were enlisted S

I i' A '.. jflclfedness for Ith'y ;uay" inthe' name Royntroo the County. Judge of Hernan. eighteen years, shot him in the breast, Eldridgc: as t the very embodiment' of al.l'and htteul3rstxhlirh, is tho] j rii; ,;,; :or in this :int'asiou. .: l'1\|,;; .-.-, ."i in favor of his re-election. i.

; : : if juatlae and upright adojbistration fjpr do, _who was recently shot by some one, killing him instantly. The boy immediately partisan malignity, religious bigotry and lie. ; separate+ r"pli.- I 'J'h} ?\mw\I' was nearly a unit in hill :
.. \ S h surrendered himself to the authorities iutoleraiHT. Sargent, of California, opposed -, I j fat; +tir':\ It 1 t liar! been stimulated to that ; _
IJ I < :,.r: : the pro bono puUicd of the degraded, impoverished ankuop, is rapidly recovering, and is able! : the bill because it would serve no I The Natn.iJ: Treary is 1 liankrajit."! : j i I p jtcittt'; >Vva:+'ny hau> other appliances.Now. .- V I

I ..( i and misrepresented people ofjle'sWoT to leave his house. The Methodist Church building in Uscllllrpu-l>. The bill was further i'-I In Guiyn..ts the r ln'i<*n 1: eru'ed.i 1 t inV the- tart: of all these disadvautaes t

, t. f" ;: _"1, Jorida, Jt hat it smells rank Joncsboro, Tennessee, which has been !{ Republicans as cumbersomeand (Lozada n filing, toparipate.HAVAXA I ,:!i hf \\hi:" men of Washington defeated
FAW.JN MELJS& !-S. C. Barker i is calculated to embarrass nat June fc-Thy steamship UoWtn and redeemed the city from
' : 16 Heaven. What Is our status to-dy occupied by the ministers of the Methodist ura1za- .
! t'1.. ': endeavoring to, .raic a company of "Loir Church, North, since 1S55 and for lon. -flt'r' further discussion tln bi iMor.' Castle from >ir York, arrive l lj the rule and control of negroes and scalawags. -
: under I I
,-. ':: / the present deplorable r state of affairs Melish in this .Beat. So far he has failedto the recovery of which the Church South ; was laid un the fable Yeas, 107 ; nays, j I yesterday, and reports it t!t'g !Jarl s I This isvi>n important point gained -

! .'.i .; 'T Ever impartial mind can .t tell get signa-nres enough. A }instituted a suit} in chancery, has been voluntarily S.6_). I" l'aptun-ii+ a wooden caon near Santa ui.d henciferth Wftfhivgton, beta:

Ji'. :'x S' and. .Pfer.ar what will be the future results. held in the Court meeting was surrendered to its owners and June ]10.-It is reported t that the new Espiritu. tit residence for whit,men and their families ._ .
: House
: r -:.:,','n d lief. doom is written In plan ,and on Saturday will henceforth be occupied I hy them. Tariff bill goes into efiect( on the first of I 1\y.x.J. n&gl> C.UeRodas tele ,-Aye.I'nely a

+f. ;;' -"';:' \ distinct letters. She: stands u present night for t tills purpose. From London conies the news that an 'Jul}'. The duties on cattle will bi fI I,grahsthat{ one hundre-Spaniards and -'.- -
: .. duced onehalf.P. two t gunboats disperse! the (: tells us of a convent of monks
i nhe beheld of all beholders"" )[r. John Gallagher of Cork settlement other Cuban war steamer, the Chieftain. I fi1bu-t.T -
in the lowa'where
i I t ,. .-, unfortunate /, with an unusually beary armament had M.-The revenue to-day amounts I I':from ,Ne\v York who 11 near }iu they take upon themselvesa '
'! : '; t : lists of -troten, degraded has sent to our office several headsof succeeded in eluding t the vigilance of, t the .to over a million. Neuvitas, killing ten, Inuliug Captain vow. of dumbncs*, and a miml er have

:. f., nd unrepresented S &Jes, and the most: wheat which were grown on his place j I British authorities t and putting; t,. 'l.a-I| Secretary, Boutwell has pone North, Harrison. Two were waded and three kept 1 t the vow for Woman's twenty .'H'af:4.bt'\: That'stiie'iilacefur .

! t'I I i; 'ry heavily robbed and plundered; imposed this year. It is pronounced by judges to She is described a* a power ftl; r.t:,Uldl! ''and: wi l he al'seiit about 1 week. capturedith ,all the 'f'\. Several t the I r Ri) K'rc" If'
I 1 '. I be and fast '. Sb,'V:1I It! ,. : T1! President will also !1H absent prisoners were executed inediately. Anna I irkitronlr., ) Mary Walker and ,,
i.
i1 upon with a burden of rut&t'tI and onerous as good as Kentucky wheat lie pro- sailing -:: ( slatonient :; The which Mrs.'Cady( Stanton will only enter thatnlijrtons -

I:I i'c "'. taxation, woeful In the extreme. proses to plant largely next year, .;nd }in recognizing prove true the, th J t"\1\\+! frti-ii':. 1 !, it'tVii. Mv; i I"Cue.- '; ; ;'th shunt! i tht'Plll'Y( \<.k. Masterly ul' tho Kxecniivo.disjia.trhes inactivity. .scornst I 1 landed the t'amr'Gl'nrge expedition t'SI'11 1'Tpton, ; ++ house for a few year? the relief ;I

J. It. / And why are all these unmitigated miseries we hope that it will{ prove profitable. bans will !I". .->I... .s.s-.ry.; TVvvilli: I't'O\ from nOl'gul; H1-I 1.tnUOx.Lune S.-\\Vs Continental I resulting therefrom would assume tho ., ,

i 'tt -'_, beneath the galling yoke of servitude The 'loll"} anJ brethren provo the ::ai-i atio.it ;.. they have :eh,!r,'. 'irate I ihat! thv rnom!'er of Congress!; I i'Telegraph Company}' of l' in .e.-
'i f')t and'toll, of excessive: t taxation illegal 1 and 1 men were OlTicKil; v.-ci'.es, from Captun-jii- ; lu-n'iiifuri' elainu-d as a lice| 'rhli< an, i i-s j in the Irinllall.: of EurojH; n. \TII or AX OLD .Vrr.ie.ix ( :.-Tha
secret council at the Court House last
Itr-nu'fratif. D.-mot-rats made. a'l kllIW .. aLdp
Tlw nothing> disturbance l: 'fu"'dt'r Jnuf
: ':j"'? 'fracduterit and oppressive measures in our i-rallfe!:.*:::a.II'UIHI.! : ,: !: t}+ut Ust..r C.-. ; rll'c :r."u Ii4 hays :
if night and the night! I before for the !i I r; f | j in Ruiimania. iiiana of that ,
i;' :, purpose airs 1 vi .-A'.-iit-I I at I'ju-rUj I'dticij-c.: i 1":1 weep. The comipatjy [>e Tiiwu h nth or.\fri' ] apcrs; nn-
: .detracted t laud, to go on with irpjiunlty T we understand, of administering a' 'l"llliL tXTj'viie"1. ten" was a MMI of+ ti.; | Ht.t Cloud and his party had I final inI : 1 : declares that thetelrjiniof Adulph nt'lIn' the dearth ot the 11hCaioon cliicCi f; j
; fill the and ? f rvil-., with the of the interii CVmieux l he 3luree'ht1') ti.r fury ;ytuntrultrot )Lad IIl..n '
.:;, Why To Jfnavs| |) #ffers new oath of fidelity to the "party." The !; PFslrnt.It lh: Cuban Bepublicv.u, I' Sern-tary to an i-xnggeriou, and says WI a I itd hrll'l' the lu.1\i. t_ our .'th.tw ,
'plund of bloated I i I'' ( \\\vn\: Cloud reiterated his detl 1 all reports touching t "
ring'pocket hunters a Court House }in public property ami lias: j\ rr; :xed i by till Sj psuhi:>h fruups A u.-.v !: 1..1 ttlaughtl"r. roust 1,1\\\11'111 of nwd.iunlllll.tiolUt of SotitltHe -
+ j usd; previously made for the removal of ]banishment[ of ,
t 1:1
I ;- "ring/extracting the last vibrating cent tb:, 9 ti,L''I j iivc 1I1i1.illl; ('llr IY.+. ,:ud! !j.: re's are : t"1Ilri'U. U niU) bin cutest as a warrior
always }been used for puMic meetings, hut j wthJ"'r1tl; .:!! ; .. I-Vrt Fetterman, and was infornwt, ranch I less. Dilligcnt inquiries ht and on the al.,ut 1521. ward was tn;a;"d in uumy hanlkittles -
> -apti..vtl : ;f'1') ": -,11'.I:
; )roni the bosom's core of a poor, severely i his Mitisfaetlon that I would Continent fail discover CO'lpht with imti\e! chit-Is, with"whom:
jfo' to
no party has the right to take powssicuof lit ti." -.u! ,i" :itv.! : !L, Ail:- rt' '. '"I.n.l hI I at foundation he, wu.-4 Kiuir.iiyictoii.xis.: rend 1 .
'
: '. oppressed and noble people. that building for.the purpose holding J Jotiii, (JiUijcvVii ..!.i1 J I, ff-.li i .it"('1'.11 oth- I ,not be :removed. Arrangements have ;': j for the terrible stories whie have been the r.igi:: : h, "LO couticvaMy t-m-rmtchttl nually,1 "Ih i .. I
: Another age will never BOO *" t.lers i: been. made for' the departure of himself J published in the United Stai. hi is tfjyitury and li.-ially 4oi.iutjd him about ohm
-
meetings other than er pronuneni in:urgeLt t"; t.a.Mj escape '
: :"': A race more profiigat* than they, public. !. [and'. party for their homes on Monday next There is still uneasiness er ,Fenianj l'+1'+. Yet 3IixiheKh was not n bloody num.- .
IF Debuted to obncerie and impious P. I' Spurious stamps on North toe, i: bt>at'l-and them wa- no nut to rontradic
errry swiy.Yes The Presiding Eider of Tampa Circuit sm Uiwt-tLiit,
dies
The Franking Privelege slowly : he had never bhed the blood I
h.icco have been seized .
}in Baltimore.he
: |. a more,abandoned: set of miscreants will soon be on his third round His appointments and lainfullTht' bill abolishing it was I The Pall :Mall Gazette tlks that the I cFenian man except in war. lie was an enlightened e
'T counterfeit is and tho
never existed! ,' whose antecedents are as follows : Hernando and again before the Senate, as the special slightly longer, leaders will bo force to some action pagan, all.11 :hal capital punishment for :

f and Hit-git ati end rile acts i Vhould be Clear Water Circuit Chant's 16, 17 ; order for the twentieth: time, and was :tinted lines of the genuine are absent : to sustain their sinking putations. ittg\1kht.rnJ.He to the light wn which a beue he%oleut hat man ant, accordr f. l.
freely -
": V *' Tampa and Hlilsborough Circuit, Alafia I quietly laid aside, the Senators acting Miscellaneous! PARIS, June S,-Prince Iverge, ;[[t'xI I excliuused: hit Bupcijlous cattle for wives for big 1 '
eternally kept before the rn-ople And 23, 24 ; Brooksvllle Circuit, Cbarlapop- with the air of men fearful of assumingthe RlCllilONP[ June 4-!, P. M.-The grand Minister[ of ForrigntTaiTS, islowly recovering l K>orr mbjii-t,, while he rtXitrieted his ..;'

! painful l 'is it indeed to chronicle (but never ka 30, 31. He will preach in the following responsibility of defeating the bill, and "jury to-Jai indicted George Cah.wn, exi i;i from the sutull-pux. uATOharun to t101l6 thirty or forty women on .(
E : once entertained otherwise) that the churches at 11 a.m. Carson's chapel, yet determined not relinquish the mach 3Inyor, for forgery, and Johns-on+ II. Sands A j pleasure yacht was caps-d off Hastings I!ly 1\/1 l ,cntr inst i1 niul.1 of;a hundred as be might have just t

t't'i.f High Priest, Grand Sachem, "Boss of Hernando and Clear Water Circuit, July abutted privel} '. The time which has ,;and HkhanII. :otizay; tvo. l'x-Cl;fl'lJI j I and twelve lives were if.I t. --tea .V .
;::'.. 14 ; I 1il"S chapel,Tampa and Hillsbor-} been wasted in the various efforts to pot'tI I erate Of'l'T cot.spfnu-y' to defraud I LONDON, June 9.=The slat; now ix-I Tire CuctitE-JoraxAi. t ova. some passingccmpLiuents
the Ring, of the whole "honest" com?"I I ough Circuit, July 19, 20. pone the bill would have more than sufficed -i j1 1 t the Stal' of ,;,OrI), the alrIIrt due ', i ting amoug the farmers oveiwued taatin.J I to Congress, thus : I

I [ -. ny Is the corrupt Executive of the State I to debate it thoroughly and decide ', :the State from the estate t of J.Hol Horn- t dry weather amounts t to a i talc. TLe >'ew York Tribune say : ""There may :
I whose'roll of plain proof evidence of highhanded DIED-At Spring Hill, Hernando its fate. I stein, who died intestate. It 1 t'hagl't '1'elegraphiocomnwnlratiorith! Bombay Iteudi.p I symt.ijCILI; meaning when a Senator

I p.: i: .>TJ 'rascality:;misdemeanors and corruption County, on the 16th inst., of typhoidpneamonia } A rumor was current in Washington, ;i.,that all these parties, after: the war., aj.>- 1 i* complete.1)israeli : carrier' his a imuJn Jot u diabolical iu LL rx meaning,' "when There he iscvruinly '

po would fill a political j jjjnk shop, after a severe and protracted Wednesday night, that )tr. Banks and !propriated the t'statl to their own uses. !I' is about r :tirrjj! frt *rolitics. : 'c irri'-s ai hand to other l>olt's pocket an .
s Chahoon was arrested this afternoon ]lIe will! be raised !he ,
does
f lr. to a '( : vcrj 'Ii ell ;
rge
;. : such u i>elvingand malfeasance in office,I illness, PETER WILLUM LAW, aged 20. Secretary Fish have had some harp : }in the sum of $10,000. The t ; i '
..-. speculating heavily upon the credit oft Stricken down in the very bloom of words over the policy pursued by the (*I! bai.t parties are not in custody, but offi- j' FLORENCE, June 9.--1 !inium: >(.t:)n I|' >.Vh,hoiit.-.t ch nun as \VhitttmureRr. go into Coa-
youth be has left circle of 'rela- government in the Cuban question, and J at Lucca has beensis;"prra.j men should go out of itwai. ,-
a large l .. ,
have been
I the' I sent after them., tll could do, it
t, State of jeers i j' ) w ftan.tl.1r thout
tho embezzlement' .Sti.te'
i tires and friends,to mourn his untimely that Gen. Banks told Secretary Fish he j The bullion has! incrr.l-ld neiy: a mil- ,ducinj i either House below re- I
\ \ )[OXTGO lEI Y June 6. The ; I' quorum.If >
1 : and himself disgracing the of Americans' j li] /
V V money, helping handsomely, bcs. A dutiful and loving son, a kind name of citizens called f-cnt't lon Congress deb-ires to rv\ive the habit the
.in accepting bribes and becoming the sub and affectionate brother, a generous, upright by his opposition to Cuban independence. meeting and other by i iKeffer !; BOMBAY, Juno 9.-Tho chop{ is raging American people once had of rejoicing on'the g .
to
; ; i.c.'f\'lenttoolin. tno hands and and noble hearted boy, he bade fair If the report, be true, all we can say is that Ih'puL1e l! censure Uui-.I; in different parts of India, auls fourth of July, it ought to adjourn permanent'
$ the order of par
fhroujjh d
of the
c e \ ly ou that day.
Gen. Banks told the truth though it would 1 :
to J [ :
his and Madras.
a blessing to lil'ularly'sc'\'Ctc at
prove family -
r an I
t ,i such vile tpecf'lating schemers- Mr. have been far more just had he attacked ted,:t States District Court fur incarcerating -- ..e_ -- .VV '
ornament to the
in which he
; r': ; alrd Gen. community the President directly and not j' Auditor Reynolds for disobedience I 31 tURID, June 9.-The questioof the TutIlrtLTR orTHiPEsrDExr. A 1-.
ti Swepson LIttlefield even to in- l lived. But over Mr. phjuSciati ,
Fish's shoulders.A I of an injunction of the Court, resulted in j future monarch occupied the Con WsI: I a personal friend of President Grant r.for hiii ,
f -, dtp end Inspire a degree' of jealous ani-, There u a reaper whraa name is Death! t'a grand failure. Thompson a negro tt'm1 1*tl.'rda.A- motion was made that l Kind"' :1I..I.'II'ol1D to his present office, called on him I

I; inosity} and hatred among his fellow"faDd1nongera" And with his) (rif kle k fin.He dispatch from Washington to the l her of the Legislature{ was clt'cl.tl'.1> : be elected by a direct vote of the%?pb>l n y last U-fore"rckto the make lTeident friendly hud vL-St. This wen I

: at the audacity and malevolence reap the bearded grain at a breath, New' York Pest the sacs able: Jident I j and anlunCtt that ;and after debate t t this was reject. A ;! ,of vholeramorbus. The physician theUjlt; attack his 1
Under administration exprt-nw-H
And the flower that grow between." o fthe )lots ..proposition J requiring t the candidate 'his surprise at the change the '
t Ilstainl'J. o rejccivo IVoul.'nfs '
If .ttor.GcneraJ -1!!
bis Designs i to them to make anparauce -
as cause
Postmaster General Cn' welt :
Let that in farewell the receipts the
us sunken
bidding to } chet-t '
hope ( aid that Keynuld's tlioi i 1 a majority eijual to '.tlfl..h.lfthl' :' and delicate appear
/
, 1" two f a rpipal 1 and fafije. attempts at }in- the fleeting joys and pleasures of life, he of the Post Office Dcpartm'ntba"c | !]meet lug. Resolutions d1sapprowJ.C{ i ii whole ntnubtr+ i-f .Itputil'0 rani {by 'ance lulntuL of one He whom he knew.as a rn:rd. health y

r ). ..pracbjnent, fearing he was after reaping111'the' las obtained "a far inure excelling and increased largely during the past t i |by Keffer reflecting; against Bustt-ed(i in : 1 13S to 124. This i is regarded as king11; look to eictus attributes of care th end 1'rreidcat'stJtrrwl the dutit
'' several months and have l hl'l'n far in of hitt'
i 'spoils. How Incompatible !- eternal weight; of glory, W. ,I of ; exI -' (t'\l'r.terms the mectine voted thl'1 i..l utterly destroyed,"rhantesuftL+- uk o' '>tli.'p.r. Jvvrnal of Cvmmrrr V T
cess any amount ever received during down and broke '1 de MontH-nsier.[ asAvell as of all her, .-
o ;:V fa What a degree of consistency is his rrsIt' j I (staff Sews.j the corresponding time of prc'iou't'ar.*. I .\ warrant was up issued 1 n ain*t Bstft"d!! 1 candidatesylio'have thus fur been 1'1,1', 1[; The MrFarland race is open-again in a 1 '

r cot actions and misdemeanors with the]j The }'young men of Gamesvilje) and vi.i In his next annual balance-sheet M r. this morning by } djarihim -none of t them will able to get 179 te'. 'pha-. Danii'l)(c ar',.!.a filed, motion new in
I I Kllt'r.
> ; eolnnn declarations he asserted in bis ad-! cinity have organized a "TournamentClub. Crcsswell expects to show the most flattering with litelling Ht' ar, two u-gnH-s 'the number' required by the passat of' the Gvnun of Cuooa-u i'lew! of Morgan county .
statement of the condition of his I 'luJ < In
  • hich
    t' rent of the helm of were deputized the warrant 'this f resolution. There is much i "
    V his
    on taking charge the "trl' l.'tl.- wife sue granted a divorce. Ju i '
    the .
    t .hip of Stat In 1868. "Wonderful change!I I The Florida Weekly Express is the department expenses.1In receipts nearly equalingJhe 'which Busteed evaded by being driven aunt' amoug all clavcs of pcnph| '. I first, lhat no pant of publication wa alleges never I ; .
    a' ",', name of a new Radical paper In Pensaco i to the court room in a close carriage and ; General: Prim I.all: : personal e't a jfil'-ilitthc af-. ; fccou.l that the defendant _
    presumptions villain to assert, 'That"'I'' Washington, last week an f. itiation and tier l-'l i Twtio.: of tIt'I Tteudinq suit and thin.
    :
    I1*" officerU giving bunts.l : | ] qr.dl.-.i: ) t u tl\lLatch 'If 1l' tli.t'K.wiK: .- '., .
    r ; .= ; :shall execute the laws with liberality and I the House of Representatives | 1'hiladelphu l'l'rr.-t'Io'ru| .it w.." tiiw Lou t.Low.,, that Mr. Calhoun
    j THE CROPS.The crop prospects tn'' I1 PniLAIiELrntA 8.-Forty thousand I; !a com. 11- I "_ y as vitnesH in the case.
    t in view of the highest interests hit c.tnnectiinj -. .

    :- State and people tantl, to Impress I!(rains have fallen during the past week.- same theatre dressed with colored two ladies.dashing lIe and bore elegantly l the finest Masonic displays ever seen in !''dispatch the Cuban' a, m&lieiuus Jr.nt He invention.pronounced+ e A 1:";'' +11", -'.:- ..itl boy.on board of a }. 1 '
    ,
    ', D0ttpn never looked better at this America.g' i' I'ulto:1 ."t Jew
    t. the minds season 1fT: It bfiw-cea York
    : :upon oJ tie people i Kha "lit-! bis honors manfully and meekly i and
    .. pa ,
    and the stand Is 1 .IrlJD.! ; std i ;.lj hake out into tit of I
    jhe'year generally LONDON a LowMT.en't
    f bit of Patrioti3m'?' attention whatever to the curious looks > S.lBXCISO, June 8.-The city ; Juno 10.-Egria" wW'lln'sla"g \ i
    { lIe bebln41' tit clAat of j I goo&; :Corn is looking well.-Banner.'i no directed towards him his white one to the Southern Pacific, '' Yacht race bone minu ing attacked, byliydrcphobi oars diiwJfveml He that he hid \n-t-n. I '

    r. .:: hypocrisy;' that his guide and'motto']1" Bncpuragjng reports of good crop ren. Some very excited by white folks brethj we j;rail road Negroes voted for the first; and forty ;r ronds, though the "Gh.rialU'Wli ktation bon, ull the tone growing vas taken Nronio+ to and tLe 1' -: ,

    J T Aboatd heirs accordance\rfth+ the spirit o fbackward r c rltmue.to come n. Cotton is to the manager of the theatre to protest n'timee. housed first. The "Egrla1; had tot l,, worse iu his?onTuthioni i i

    f f "V ':f: the constitution, that 'an able and upright; when compared" with last ye ar. against the "outrage," as they called }it One hundrt'c and fifty Chinamen: wereI nagt allowances. ,

    , i ;. ': ; admb t tritiion of law'and justice} ;zero inofcpensible'if The droughts'hurt.' "the corn' considerably. and to suggest the propriety of putting I ,.shipped yesterday to work on Louisiana Lt.ROS.Tune10.-A 'eralamnest., Alaska has versed the richt to \xs d--npnate 1

    ",- } Republic and tbs Ird7xglient., |I the colored gals and their white escort.plantations.: is promised for past political) offences. American pi)Tinc for the Collector cnRtonujityitkahaascud I In '
    t ; f4 liberty j j'public from show a whWt.l1itaL1it.hment.
    1 that tho ,
    ]
    ," eI I It t is said "that gne of Reed's Cabinet out of the theatre. The manager dedar- Oregon : 1
    I '. "r'U'h't'1y. :,' will Soon turn State's evidence. fine Democrats have elected their entire State i MADRID: June 1 0.-Duke Montpensiei } -*9- '
    ', Who is ed he couldn't do it short of a of five as; nt ban nn sent to New York
    ,. ;, O>"just 1'1 s whither art thou gtm, : he, and what disclosures 'will the pct ii- j hundred dollars, which he slid i not prom ticket, and have f\"o to eight majority o has asked for his passport for Engand.1 ISrooklyn for the cconnts
    whither, tent sinner make ? incnr this joint I ballot, thus securing a Senator. t LONDON tt-rn ;fklso to ciftiine the mutter cf n''eD8f'8,- f
    it' I Oh hooesty; art thoapd/! ? to season. ;lose 1(.-Charles Pick t'E:. \\it i the view of educing tLcn. h
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    .\ : ; >,jolution! .pi ,P atthei8riiPJ" : Economy the Watchword! t .

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    ; ; Jot x DIZLzN6. JOHX L .
    xcur.i .
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    i .-',:' PARTNERSHIP heretofore:: existing j CHICKENS, 1 ;.J
    :- JL between the undersigned under. the firm 1 '" ,

    : : Dame of'DARLING iMcKAi, is hereby dw-i 500 DO%. EGGS. DRY GOODS f;n," \ ':
    .' solved. All persons indebted to said firm Gill \ SUMMER. .
    7::!" make Immechate T"y TP yt, .without delay. to Received per Steamers FloridavBeaufort ., .-.:.. I .
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    ; ".. !! .*John A:McKay. i 600 MELONS, Joat Alliance, a superior lot of '(1r"1 s.GROCEERIES

    I N JOHN DARLING. For which we will pay the highest market 1 ., -
    i *;- 'JOHN A. McKAY. 1 price not in Goods but CASh.OPPE.'iIIEDIER.tSWEA.T. .t ,
    'Tamp., .....lime,23d. lijj 4w, .. I
    tf At Sweat's Family Grocery. SPRING GOODS -ANDPROVISIONS i
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    : :-_To: the'Voters of.Xloiida.;: NE\V8\ FOR ALL : r

    : c I hereby announce myself u & GOOD Latest= Arrival of:New' | Fresh, Goods. Consisting ) .

    \ 1. candidate far Congress a t the ensuing RECEIVED, an entire new Stock of tII', .

    1 "C. election. Not pledged' to JUST I FAMILY GROCERIES AND London Mourning Prints .; JUST OPENED, A 1 i'r THE STORE; ,,' "_
    the support of political ,.
    I any par- Such a* Amoakeag < vi .
    ,ty. I shall devote"ray whole attention to the AT WHOLESALEAND Lancaster ,'. ''. I .,.'..
    ,development of the resources of the Stat, FLOUR., i Phillipe.tAl1en'. '- OF: i :. -.
    CORY .. -
    -whicharesidenocof. and
    thirty-five years as.sooiatioawithrublicmenanl I Spragne' I
    5: measures have OATS, uemmack .
    I ..'made, .ineti&miliar. IIA GRITS.71S. Dunnell's It : L. G. Covacevich t tk r ,

    W. H.EENDRicK.Okahumkee 'COIC. -.UEAL Tallahassee Plaids, : r ,
    "
    ,June COOSA t / I
    9th 18C7. TEAS.PICKLES.. .
    Kirkland .
    r :E: : : Y Osnaburgs Reed Per Steamer WHITE Lavacca CORN. from New Orleans \ -' : }t' t

    TAMPA' C'E.D- ARM .I Ill. SARDIKES.CHOICE (:. BUTTEK.JELLIES, lix. .4.IE.:: Fancy Jackonet Lawns, V ... FLOUR CANDY. COFFFE CLARETTh"E.. r1 '!1 4',, :- 5. V

    .OE.UJE3)PROPOSALS invited to July CHEESE. Swiss Muslin SOAP MACCARONL -
    Linen Checks ,
    *kJ 10th to furnish and deliver near our Mill, ... BY Heavy Osnaburgs.Ripka YERMICILU. CHEESE j I '
    100,000 CYPRESS STAVES, to be 34 inches' VEinilCILLI.3IACARO.il.. BUTTER, LARD, -
    Cottonades )latches. Pilot Dread French Bread Butter : '-+'
    -- ,long,dYacbee wide I| inches thick. Partic.
    Camulet Jeans, .
    ulan can be ucertained by addressing the un- 'I. Bluiueiithal & Co. Shirting Crackers Pickles,Buckwheat. Onions ic. I, .
    .f' I
    Sheetings. '
    .dmdgned.'L
    A ASSORTMENT OF
    BLUMENTHAL & CO. jLQytr RAISINS. Hickory : f

    Tampa/Jutfe n- 14th. 1870. tf Soda, Cream, Sugar and Lemon Crackers. Denims H! Boots' &. Shoes .w4
    Fancy Spring Balmoral Skirts, Skirt Braid, V I
    All of'which will be offered to our customer* RETURNED from the Markets of New York, PhIladelphia, Boston and New Orleans. Trimmings Ac., Ac. Also, ;
    Fowls at.very low prices. Give us a call.- JUST have purcham-d in addition to our former extensive tan( varied Stock, a complete foil ./ SPLENDID STOCK OF : :
    V Respectfully, Line of STAPLE DOMESTIC DRY GOODS such as ; A ;,
    BLUM & KLOPPENBURG, CROCKERY.AND : -
    1-WILL 'PAY $8,00 per Dozen for good Tampa April 20, 1870. tf OSSABUROS, DEXLMS, STRIl'ES.PRIXTR 011G71AJfgTSIEETLVQ$ SHIRT -G8, Tin ..-: I

    H grown Fowls: I L1SSEY&: SOUTHERN IIOMESPUX.,'YARNS" Ac. ware. f h'He
    ROOSTERS at C,00) per dozen .

    DUCKS at $6,00 to $8.00 per dozen, Received j} 18I AmID W AE I 1 Et keeps constantly: on had t \: ''

    TiME TURKEYS] at 112,00 to. S15.00 p.-r.dozen Latest Style I of Dress Goods A fine aMortnentof Shawls, Blanket. fan '-1.
    .. 'PER STEAMER rLQr.m.chf'ap ww l AVEBY'8 PREMIUM ,PLOWS, nets Calico.Sheeting, Shirting,Jems, Balrao. ,: ",
    ". In goods at lowest cash price: 11 wworUxi Stock: of Merchandise: con Tale! Tickings.,. Stockings! Oitubnrg TabU -.'j i

    ": W. G,FERRIS,.\;'t;, siat n ofFlour Such as Lawns, Cambrics, Jaconetta Swiss Challies, Organdies, etc, etc., with a full assortment The Highest Market Price will be given for all Glothi, DeDlln., DeLaID"- Pants Cloth Al- ";t.
    J c. Tampa,Jane 12th 1870. tf. ,Whiskey, of Trimming, kinds o? paces Plaid..Stripes. Hickory,Lin en. Hand. ; '' .... I
    Soap Tobacco '
    kerchiefs, Collars Merinos. Jaconet. Winter .t -

    NOTICE Soda Candy Brooms, Shot Cheese Plows.. and Points. M full 1m of Stnt's( $wamw I o thiug, CountryPfoduce. Veils Gslicoea,RibbonTGIovesTLawD.Cambrics, Drilling, Cassimere t "" "1-' \', ; 1

    Alpaca Braid. Astor Collar. I In his Grocery Department can always be found ;: ; '

    iAWNERS or CbimanU of the following,; Ladies Hose;Hoor 'kirtjs, C. L. FRIEBELE- FLOUR of:nil Crnrtos, V i :
    \J property will please come forward wad paj Lace Veils, Damask Towels 1 Sale, .Corn, Bacon, Pork,. Shoulders, -1 ''';I
    charges or the fsaae: will be sold on Saturday, Linen Checks: Kirkland Stripes; 30 Cases Boots and Shoes Tampa, March 15th. / tf.A Mackerel, Maccarooi, Vermicilli, Fancy Can- t --' I. ;:
    IGthOJuJy, at 10 A. M.. for account. of whom il t; Alhambra r ai may concern, Jeani. Denims T -* .-di!, Cracker Soda Crackers. Pilot Bread, Coffee, I '- .
    3 BOM Tobacco, Amofckeng Ticking, Qsnaburgs.Doint FULL ASSORTMENT 8 Green nod Black Tea.Butter. : t .:.. 3
    .tirs, FishlJnex, .Sugar. Candles, Matches, So t .
    V 1 Buggy and.Ilarnees Cif srm. > t ,l : 'jde !,-
    CVirstt-i !:('4, / Kerosene, Syrup Ly ,Canned Fruit* : '" ....
    f Bbx 1lercJi .ndizl .' L. G. COYACE1CH.gt..' Men's, Ladies, Misses, Miss, and Children's Wear, from the most reliable manufacturers.' OF Posps. Nutmegs, Sage, Mustard Snuff.Milk. a: ;:.

    :,' '- Agent Alliance W. G. FERRIS S. S. Line, JpmCili U Vincgsr,, Pepper Lobsters, Spice Pecans, Dried, Nuts.Apples Cheese andPeaches 1: : i f":' '

    Tampa Fla June 11th. 1870. tds. 15 Doz. IL'1TS' rot MEN, BOYS and YOU TR'S CHEWING ASMOKINQ TOBACCO ; '. 2 ... <.::"
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    PROM'NEW 0 \\ FORK t ,"'f., -
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    POWDER.
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    Wttliriuf. i ,<
    V .:: ir119S, r, SHOT, -S Y : :- q

    UNDERSIGNED::; has jast received a Ladies HATS, TRIMMINGS, MILLINERY GOODS, Etc. i CAPS. 1 I :.'1:

    'PAINTS OILS &C.: THE lot of CLOTHING, consisting of AND An sMortitivuk o. Veasuret,Bucket, Broo mjAxsUelres.I'aib. : t : 1 }
    / Tubs, Sieve, V V ._: .....
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    Imp d etc Coats. Bl"k Merino Pants. NAILS OF ALL PIZES. ..';.''''::
    'Having Recwitiy received a fine large ad Coffee Pots, Tin Pans, Pint j Quart Cape V V : i ".":
    r 'UTmyJormsr stock I am prsper..edto % Pocket Knives,Table Kniy* Gimlet,Lock., :
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    Cream Duck w
    Alpacca : w ,, \ \\ i
    that ,
    cell for ash almost any article rant .Hinges, Potware, Pen. 1' ..*. Needle, Axes, 1 '- ':
    be enquired for in the DRUG LL'E.IUOU'? 'mte; Duck'c C.ottcute" Screws and Tack.SpooIrons, Bats. Ac. _! _
    the articles for sale in my Store the fallowing .. = .
    many t ila.lS Cl.th.c AlpaccaB.own \ A large aad..pleadiueortmtDt of "
    \ few via 1
    are a : Linen Brandy 4 '
    GOODSJUST 1
    :Raw and Boiled Linseed Oil. "0' CnJer h 1t.i, Hickory: and Yilate Linu Bosom, \Vluskty:, : : '.
    Spirits of Turpentinn, SLirts,''\'t'. Al..o I 'i. Wines, "' .
    r A misty of I'aint Are Paint Brcshee Xeio Styli Hals fur Gentlemen/ Boys and QQ '"' "q Lemon Syrup, "' ;'- ':.,:'\
    Varnish and Varnish Brushes RECEIVED BY berr'SSrnP. 'I =-': .
    r' Dewing'Machine Oil Rock Potash. IJt1llie., OKI .Dominion Mist -..Julep.rnjjvrv ,

    V Window GlaMLiver Inrigorator, Which the public are respectfully invited to 25 Firkins of Prime Lard, 2o; Boxes various"brands manufactured: Tobacco TERMS CASH OR PRO : .1 '
    V ,nemboldt". Bnchu Galatiue, (bcoaine I call and exannno. Price will please alL DUCE. :

    I Hypophosphates of Iron-.. Suda and Lice.I I C. L. FIIIEBELE. 10 BUs of S. N. Pike's Celebrated Whiskey's, E. A. CLARKE & CO. Tampa January 5th, 19 70. too .. '
    6000 Pounds
    of Clear Sides
    Plantation Hostrttor's, Hart's. Vinegar Tampa April 12th Bacon, ,,
    ca ,and Smitn'a Tpuia Bitters' '
    ",'.Aal1 ton.-Florimt-1, 500 busithels Prime white Tennessee Corn. ; BEST INDUCEMENTS 1
    TIN
    .carbolic Add, Rotiadnlis tc.tj W A: R E.Di'ib 10 Barrels Mass Pork !& --m-- \ V

    If are in need of anything in the Drug Pans, Stamped WaJi Bowlg. Milk: Pans .
    you 250 Bushels Prime White and Black :
    Line call at my Store and' get a genuine; article. Cup Spoons. Pocket Knives Dippers 23; Boxes Western Reserve Cheese" Oats. Fin Assortment of Calicoes, DsLsines EVER OFFERED IX TAMPA, ": t v' :

    9: !, r }'. BRA ClI.. l Plates Candle Sticks, Kfttli\ Garden A OhalUy. Alpacca, Bleached and Brown .
    "-'" Tampa,'Jane 14th? ,.1S70, frowtls.: Watering; Pots, Match Safes, Ac.: 14.0 Sacks of Rio, Cuba and Laguira, Coffee. 50 Boxes of Kerosene Oil Cotton Oftnibargt, Jesns Cats meN, Flannels, ... 'I a
    b For sale very cheap, by Brown and White Kentucky Jeans Hickcry .
    3 ,
    f C L F1.IEBELE: : JO Barrels of assorted Crackers 25 Barrels Irish Potatoes. :5
    'S STEAM SAW Mill. Stripe, Tickings;Ginghairs, Striped Domestic O : ..
    lE,SLY Tampa \rrilI2th. I.:10 Kegs of Powder, 5 Dozen of J. 8. Leverett's Axes *, Ladies' Hor Half Hot',. Handkerchiefs, ::; .. ,
    Ribbons of all descriptions. Z' t' ':;
    AVwaare recently purchased the above buildj MiU, WANTED ;50 bags! assorted sizes Le Roy Shot 5 Kegs of Goshen Butter, A fins lot of """J :.. : rK ... ,c-,;,'.o::

    prepared' to saw to Lumber suit. 'for 2.o 8 4 [m O-I ..... .'!.,
    g purposes in quantities And in fact Urge and varied Stock of ; .t : Tf
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    s L BLnuL.&.co. .i rn GOODLiYPRES, :. S Retrtdy-Made Clothing, en -Is 't I '. ,-

    Tampa June, 8th. S-1- 1 JUs 000' SHINGLESBy .' I :c *. :? Jolt 5; o 03 .f...S I .,-- ...

    C.. L. FI IEBELEMarch Plantation I i Sup ph 1 res II. tIIJ O. Illi o C= ".' -I;.
    I TAMPA CEDAR Mill I 15th. .? U BOOTSand SHOES, Hats = H a .: -,:-'
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    \\HNTED "'PI (i)' V r > V : -:\
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    M PROPOSALS invited to July To suit the wants of our people', all of which has been selected with the greatest of care and HARD WAR E. I- ...... -<-,.
    SEALED ; to furnish and deliver at our will be sold CHEAP FOU CASH. Call and Examine our Stock and you will find 'al most any :ilfO! 9 > W '>'

    i s r.. om. 5,000 Cypress logs, in quantity of UK or) 4.U U U LBS OF DRY COW BIDES, thing you want.And we will guarantee you satisfaction as our goods are new, fresh and staple H ..;) := .,,. \. .. -11 ,i
    1 And upward*,hewn or round to measure and sold at popular prices. :ZJ ,
    feet long. Particulars cane_ ascertained ...
    7X9X9
    L BLUMENTHAL &CO.
    I iKjuare. by addressing us. 2000 LBS. OF: DEERSKINS!:, -- (Cjm@< ITill mw a a::: .. .,
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    Tamps, June 8th 1S70. 4-'tt. 1 100 OTTER SKINS

    ; By C. L. FPJEBELE, WOOD WARE New Goods :! ,. -,


    : i i JMTWIIODv& ;WANTED.DOZ.. CHICKENS, aK1: tec'l. ,. ((9Ia s & 0iJ1. Wart, AT THE J; '< .. t -

    \ 200 200 Doz. EGGS. :
    gteamei Florida a choice lot of,Groceries For w hick the highest price will be Pt\ .t New Store t .

    .t -nEB J: consisting., in part of: C. L. FRIEBELE.WATERMILL SAD DOL E R Y, & C .. .:.\,
    5000 lbs of ,
    Hides {
    Dry .
    elf Raising Flour., Choice Family Flour A Fresh supply of Having removed to my Hew Store, I am:foa: };
    e. Pork, to furnish the public with ay .w oq -ft1'!
    r Lard; need in line and cheaper than .
    thing they my to -
    J, .Cheese, Sardines, FOR SALE OR LEASE, HIGHEST PRICE PAID 1. BLUMENTIL4L ct ",,U. FAMILY GROCERIES can be purchased elsewhere I have Just recd -

    I Starch, N 0 w N AS "CIt.\\\TORD'S MILLHiUsborough Flour Corn, Liverpool and Bay Salt. 1 .,-t
    Ckndles,
    JX County, Cork Piwt OfUce litter, Irish Potatoes Onions. Com MeaL GriU Soda- r .?
    Coffee, Potash. Erected for a Saw, Gin\ and Grist MilL The Crackers Cheese. Coffee Lard. Salt. Starch q.
    latter BOW in operation. Cheese Candles. Matches, Shot Powder. ;
    Jea Moss Farina Owned Fruits, Omdensed Reference to Dr. F. Branch, W. C. Brown. Epsom Salts, Wright's Pills Laudanum Pars- 'V
    and R.v. D. L. Bmnninsr Tampa Fla., and aa.: te goric and Camphor. ;
    ) ilk, Tobacco, Fancy and Washing Soap. Dr. N. W, vat. {',-rk. Fla. ,. Stueh.. Also, a splendid Asgsortmeut of ,r f

    '. Plantation Bitters and Vinegar; EittcnsvU C. Q. CRAWFORD, .

    For full I.articuUrs, toms ic., apply at this tickler,

    We also have on hand Dry Good, and everything ct1le .- DRY GOODS .. A
    April :; Uv tf. 250 OTTER .
    ; generally. found in a First (less Store. SKINS, Soap

    r p-I 4 .W.G. FEBBIS.
    Crackers, Calicoes Shirtings. Sheetings. Osnabnrgs, t _
    i p- : .Agent.Jaggs. For Sale For which We pay the highest Market Price, I, BLUMENTHAL 4 Co. Linen. Bed Ticking, Hickory Stripes: Denimn, _

    June7th 1870iiniteastatesInternalRovenue. ,&-tf. ..Ierouae 011. Tea. Coffee, Sugar, Candles, DeLaines; .,
    1 k 2 of S. 16 in T. 20 .
    LOTS R 19 EAAt-ronta.in.1l S TIN-WARE OF ALL KINDS .
    \ i .< -. 141 53-100)acres,'and lira 2 milesor : lard, Pepper, Soda, Mustard, Spice, Candy, 1JIARD.WARE
    tliertaboutti, cwt of Tamua. on I .- -
    FLORIDA, WOOD-WABB an -
    ASSESSOR'S OFFICE the Uay. Has a dwelling Louse We WANTED All kinds of Smoking and Chewing i
    other ant is known : I
    Tau ana-u. May 18 1S70. and iaiprovdaeiitri 11.1 '
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    ; iwith TVTOTICEia bereby-of section given 19,in Act accordance July 13, Also, S i of S. H 4, S. C, in T. 2S S:;, Pauge Q) QQQ) ) ;. i.
    i provision contains ;;J63ltIli'rt'tl has CHOCKEK.,v"'n ,
    22 E. ; improve-
    : J.Furaan, Assessor Collection -
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    ; J8C6, that L mrats,awl was Lilcly uccujncd by Jamea J.Lewia 500 DeerSkins} .
    District State of Florida,. will(set at my CORN & FLOURAnd .. ,
    "; bfiee in the City of Tallahassee on the 5th day The finest assartnxnt ofShoes : ,
    between Alw, Lot 1, Block C3 in Tampa (See general -
    and for ten days thereafter.
    of June next, will continue to receive by each ,
    and 4 P. M. of the map.) w
    tie boors of V A. M, By .
    !, cams days. Jto receive 'and determine appeals Alto Lot 4, Block 55, in Tampa} ; (sec Gene. / BLUJIE.YTI/.tL&t co. steamer from New Orleans Give and New call at York the additions .c
    ) to our Stock. as a
    relative to any erroneous or excessive valuations. .DljAp.) 1
    the As- to the eubscriber, <
    .ftssMBment&j or Apply :
    I"" .eaeot orJkseis ant Assessors returned in- the JOHN' DARLING, Blue tore ".,,, +
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    annual list. 13th 1870.
    April
    \ Notice is farther given that no appeal,will Tamps And we will Mil yon Goods as low as & SI can Splendid assortaent of .. j
    be allowed to any party after he shall! have i bs purchased in this section. I
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    assessed, and the annual lift containing '
    t. been duly Notice I

    the Collector tie Assessment of the District.baa been. transmittedto Tampa Cedar Mill. TEHttS; CASH, I 0 440) ) ) a -
    : :; indebted Dr S. B.
    PERSONS to TODD
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    -jAJl Appeals to the Aesaor as aforesaid must ,* 1 .
    be) T"*&*in writing and specify thq paiticul&r !1. by note or otherwise for :Medicine and OR BARTER COUNTRY PRODUCE And in fact you can any thing that i is kept in -
    leaned; matter, or writirg respecting Uch.a Prolusions i wrvicesoronaay other wcouEt, ,'t7nE m". AS HERETOFORE: prepared to purchase CED.\R.t our Boom far which a First Clasa Store, and at prices which will a* ''
    fledoon is requested and must staia V the pill, pleima call at my cio in Tumpa and settle It 1I"e will ray the highest Market Price. We will only purchase good Cedar, free of tonifih you. Giveme a -
    croaad JOILDARLING Scyen in&he: square at the lower end. : '
    Agent .
    R: J. PURMAN P. GRANT
    Anessor Collection District State of Flo.a Tampa, Fla. May 25th 1870.! U / BL U.W'3'TIW d. co. Traps Oc* 27th 11(9. tt Febnrr 8D 1870. '
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    i. : .. Ii- :POST OnQ"Du ; V Administrators's Sale.TN Fresh Arrival Quarantine Regulations; FLORIDA BAKERY 'j;

    i i SqJII ofhe' Fifteenth, baeD4meI Dl OW } JAJf nlj ,
    I U" ', :: .4.. f': 1'f will be rectiTea at the Contract- V COMPLIANCE with an order-of the Hon"L TAMPA, FLA. V.- '

    "It \v PROPOSALS ) until 3 o'clock 1'. _J orable County Court, in and for the County DUSllELSCORX. V '

    ::: (Com alljre.tappyjiarkjes.Dinah. IV of Monday June 27, next((to be decidrd by >f Hillsborough and State of Florida we will 200 resliDicnd, t'-

    Pomp nod Crow; t be 29th), for carrying the mails of the United m tha2t Monday-4Ui dajof Jalysaxt, Mil tohe >0 ELS. FLOUR. -,." V ',.- FOR THE F 1.
    I'. ttates from October 1; 1870" to June 30. 'IS74.n I higbtst bidder;in front of,the Court Horn I HI1D BACON J 1.\ / ..' :

    :.1 2rvnnPeddecoMeT; >> the following route in j ()orbthect&IvofTImI*, the foUowing lAnd 1 TCE RICE, '. V V i,11

    ; i '. aww.b.t1ow ;. .i .. J FLORIDA tf the eateofMsttbeChserdeeeaiedto .CHEESE V ; .
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    !t'j Pompey with banjo, .nd by the LoUISIANA schedule of departures V VV and J'i1-aI'I V ib.l: Iis : tiu. J r-a the ,E :or eN"V' KEROSENE CREAM CRACKERS.OIL PORT OF TAMPA FLA. Wallbekeptcoe- r J I."J I.- .

    I oi" C?*$rid Hbo9, J' ( lerein specified Tit { 4, S 23, T27, S of It 20 E, containing 'SOD.aDd LEMON CRACKERS. V II t1

    I ;,,; '. 64, *b uwijdeJaznreen. :}. [ 6500., Apulachicola from New Orleans, Saint,Marks IA. by Cedar PensacoXla. Keys, lOO3lOO[ acres A fine lot of Lonllard's Superior Chewing stantty on hand V r' i V .l j)!

    ;,: <' &ruihttin' WDeL 98S miles and bauk.iCe AndtheWoftheSE1, and the N E4 of TOBACCO.V Is ACCORDANCE with the provisions of and tor sale at theFLORIDA :
    : T Ke.We t. \
    : J "4 i in eujUble and saf SenbORt. the S W J of Sec 23, anXtheN1of the NW For sale by C. L. FRD2BELE. .1 an "Act of the Legislature, to regulate y/ r;:
    ; : :: Bring fortK de fitfle 'publicans fetk, 3 l I S 26, T 27 B 20 E, containing 160-48-100 ,
    # Leave New Orleans Saturday at f. M. ; Quarantines, approyed June 19th, 1SC9 we

    \' V ..' ,. ..Ned. and .Gizzardfbot.r { Arrive at Key West. the next Friday. by 3r.c. acl''I',1". 'W 4 of the 3 Wjand VcUbi the S E 1 the: undersigned Jostices of the Peace, for the I BAKERYV"t.; J .;

    '. : '..:. : .G 15 4. fkfo 7 Oil Ih .L: =are Key "West Saturday 3'P. M; 'oftlieW9,823T7R0 E, containing NOW OPEN County of HiIL>borough and State of Florida, JOHN F. FLETCHER. i., .

    : Ebry one a vote at New Orleans, the next Friday by 80-25-100 acres.And Ei-officio the Board of Health for the Port of Timpa May 19lh. -1'
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    V the N W 4 of the S EJ S 28. T 27. E 20 f ;
    k 4 > :(r"m-I\ftelll..nbft'ft\: I 3 *. X. E, contaiaing40"12-100 Tampa, do enact the followingREGULATONS V ,.
    artes.rL
    f}" t : 1" Ekfl fore de laii' ,- incited.Seperate Proposals. to run by. an expedited schedule And the *pi m.ineS Et,.'!,'22JT"27H- SOxKitaininfriO'iK.lOOiicrav PilL AND \WINTERGOOds V BLACKSMITHING, V I r- ; t :

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    ggching-.ring, service at
    : invited to begin
    i proposals I '
    These lands, all atuate in the County Hills- t
    \ '. .Cting-a-ring chaw. Mobile instead of New, Orleans on completion, borough and State of Flori.l.ir ?or the government of said Port for the tur- -ANDWhecwriitn V ; :
    : Mobile -
    bnd
    r ;: <; : '-i.. i' .c) :I of the; and railrord also for between omitting New Saint Orleans Marks,\Vhen ; Terms V made known DANIEL on day LYNN of sale., rent:year : ', r ; !

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    Bow: you gwine to rote?. railroad connection with the ApalachicoU C. RAIN, Ibt. The Buoy off Ballast! Point shall be the f
    river is completed. V Quarantine Ground and all vessels arriving
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    .. ..Ebryting isluUy, Proposals invited omitting service to Tainpa .,..f ? V .f -.. ._n Admiuistititorsv from any Port outside the Hay known as Tam TilE DEr..ibn 1 .:
    Mathew Chet er deceased. ): now prepared
    t' ,1'j_ < t.How'iedarties. float!) .1 reducing distance 100 uiil.V % April 27. 1810.:1''I. pa &r' or any Port or harbor on the shores to fill all orders ,
    ::, v t Se rate proposals invited for scrvic*from ; npa V< of Bay shall there remain until boarded by for de
    / :: I wote for dl.1aa nery *' ;
    :, .. 't' Cedar Keys by Clear water Harbor and Manitee the Port Inspector, who shall be the judge ol of Ulackcmithingand ,
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    t ."_. ;_ r-',. .w-To.'biP" :' to Tampa: 150 miles and back, once a Notice. AT their sanitary condition und decide whether cription Wbvelwrighting .: ;

    .; : ': : ..' ..,:;. ';.BeTe. for,de Sist reek, to.be run in due connection with V taain such vessel shall 1 be quarantined or whither it in a ttylenot i. .
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    i I :: 'H/Jw'you gwine to went? route V JOHN JAGKSOXS. will be safe to land passengers and freight from to bo Btirpa j
    '' ,11..." ... '. '- Bids should be sect in tiealed 'nvelcws, ra- SIX MONTJIS from dM I wilj_present ,my the same. Buggy MaktDff. iepairing -- I 1 '

    : ..if on de perscnbed "Hail propot.al'\UOllte o. 6GOO. atii\ vouehejs to the Honorable 2l. Dr. F. J_, Gon-D i is hereby appointed &. mill l f .
    Pompey jury, >e
    Florida," and addressed to the Second Assistant Judge of the County JoD Hurnando Coun- HAYING OPENED MY GOODS,,1 RES- Port Phybician*Jfc>spuctor of this Port. It done reasonable ; ; <

    ,, .1 ah l'arkt.r 0Z.c,i bench. ,. Postmaster General ty.lflorida, for i&nal settlement and dischargefrom ) invite my frieniU ftn-l the public shall be his dut t3Lave a yellow nap placed on terms. horses Ibo.lat a i
    .JGuinbo hi'4 ;ti.te .A1.1. I JKO. A. J. CKESWELL.Pobtmabter .- ihe estate of Green B. Moore, deceas to call an J examine before purdu .ing tUwliere. *. I uu the buoy at LIfe Quarantine ground to remain moment' notice. 1 am thankful to my fri for their
    past Dage.and hope they will : V
    ; n" _c GenernL 'd'WILLU1I My goods having been bought for there while these Regulations remain in patrt .' ".
    J.tOGt i V give me a call. b
    't C\t deV1ite'Houe W. WALL. CA II. they are told as low as any can' be force, and to furnish the Captains or ownersof J
    ; V V Adminibtrator. bought in this market.. My stock of VV all sail boats lighters or other craft bt-long H.KRAUSE. .:'
    :, V ')' iM'd1ll4 foddr. itqt : Dissolution. 'Brootgville, Dec. 29th 1869. Cm.; ing to this Port and Harbor. with a copy of Tampn. March 14th ,63 47-ly. V t,.:

    t V V Possum fat and coon grease, PiktTBsuiIP eretlbre; f'existng these and all other regulations that may be V' ; V V'*,
    VVV fWont Tnt DRY GOODS adopted hereafter by this Boer TTEIiRMAN WEISSBROD : '
    ; de nation went r \ the undersigned, in the mercantile V I VLI. '-
    V ',..t.j. ni 1Go business at Alafia,.or.Ft Meade Florida, Notice. 3d. No boats lighten, or vessels of any kind V V fVI.; ;

    : away; ; nan under{the firm name of S. J. LIOHTSEY shall be allowed to communicate with any vtttstl -

    V oxf,you come anigh CO, has been dissolved by mutual consent. SIX 1 MONTHS from date I will present my Is the largest ever brought to Tauipa consitsing before she has been boarded by the PortPhjsieian. t.
    Either settle ontstandingaocounts. k- -* acting as Inspector or afterward.' HARNESS MAKER + T
    party': is authorized to accounts and Benchers to the Judge of the ID paitof IV
    ': .,4 ._"'G" ''zt 'ftfld BhlnboneaChalkIn ,.. ,. V County Court(of Hemando County Honda SILKS.I'RI 'TSLAWNS, GIXGUA DE- if tiie is placed in Quarantine unless tender 1 : :

    '.i. :) de. eye,.. ', ." ;, 1 t 1'! 8TiPiiri'iiIG1its i (1 for a Final Settlement and discharge from the hines Flannels Shirt Bctoma Cloaks Shirting written permit of wud Port Phyhician, or in

    L :' 'Wsareallnow votistv I COUNEILUS B. LIGHTSEY' estate of Francis Nicks late of said county shawls Balmorals Stocking. Uarte n. Tie the manner provide by law nor shall any per r. ; !

    V V ...".' VV V" EkillbredeUwCMngaring -' I Ir -UafiA. Fls.,'Apnl 25th 1870., 5w deceased V lloopi. Gloves. Hoods Nnbiaa OellarsWheeling. son leave 1 any vessel before aha has been boarded SADDLER ,
    : W. R. NICKS, Adm'r. PanU Cloth Blanket. Mournin The Port Physician shall use all possible >

    ,.V VV .1 1V. 1.: a-ring-" .-;ching.Chingrug : i I Brooksville. Dec. 29, 1869. Km. Goodj, Ribbons and everything in this lineg lUlliRMH-e in boarding all wlioIoels as boon a1riietieablo l
    It' V UTIIOLSTERAc.ill ;
    1 '
    chaw.- after their arrival at Quarantine -
    : I tic1 <
    V .
    V .J.; V .V t ; 'J J 0 J Ladles Dres Goods. Station heretofore designated; and in case of V ," j ;
    V V J J !
    with
    I V 'N tic inf-ction or hickness, that may prove conta- W attend to all business in this line
    Irish BolLt.
    V
    : r I THE PUBLIC -ARE INFORMED THAT of every description.Gentleman's KJOIW.: % he shall nwin at the station, ten l.iys I neatness and di-r>atch. V f' t.

    i": t: Appletoa's Journal has txisrtkle upon : lie belonging hare varuhaMd to JAMES the ALDKRMAN.entire stock of Parttcs cat-- Ready.!!ade Clothing, until all!! danger of infection shall have pass Shop in Covacevich'a Stont r _. V

    4be klency "of catacn-nis so prominenIfebng MON1IFRoMDATB I ,will J1ply, ed. f t.
    V using of these cattle without the permission .SIX t
    I. ; i :q' :the son if Erin. .Here are a few of any my agents, previously had will be t.b\ 1Iomiible Zu3ger of-the: CoultviURborcugh Fine "Boots ; Sc S\\ocs. 4th. The Port Physician is hereby authorz !- FllMThllE'V

    ,! oille i Court of' County, Flond% for "a .- .. 1 P paptns' :from (be. : 4zonV :, )ro7clf' i f .* $AVtL' MITCHELL Final Settlement of the Estate of Joab Gnfin t11> l lft.st j pn&.ihT. expense to the Cdnnty n f

    : ; ; It was aa .1r4ImaboEwoteto.!! Tnnia'Meh'22&- ii .Imo.1< deceaHed.JOIIX YANKEE NOTOXS, suitable bmliiing for ataticn house at" the I>-

    > ; ) :3' 'sontothfe!: ''1I4'conUthry' V V : Adminibtrator.Tampa or or .U that it be fonn1Qeccosary
    V any persons fcoo; may
    'Au fe i c to"Iget'aTlivirjgin NOTICE '
    fTii fine FAIR
    rlkyM unthry
    "I ; ,'Dec. 8th 1869.: .
    f 32-ton. to have Lond'sl at tim IihtiC1U.5th. Stud North f.-tkc: T.ttl'flt Saw Jlill V ):
    1 ,, All you'bave to do isAo All. kinds Furniture V
    t l': V THEREBY FOREWARN all persons from of .- The Port Phyreian and Inspector shall' V r ":

    i V I IV' ; get a tbree-cornerfi box and fill it vridiJnjcfcaipd 1 interfering with any of the cattle. belongingto "'Notice V tx'. paid by every wrsd in"i>ecteJ by him the IItLtIY

    ) 'catry.lt:tilltboiop'of a thrtostory the following brands: rIbe JA "stock ; the1bartdt4tlelia : II1lD1 sum of Uo dollars and fifty r ntc. if tic ton- FURNITURE CIEINEDP REPAIRED .

    I VVV : .- building, and the man: .attfec& ftyTdoes stock ; tho cart.\v? 'L T S I! rage of tV ve:-stl 1 so Ic"p<>cUl shall not .irenl 'IAO CO1'f1S: I ; r

    I all the work.*' and Cir le""T btoitiT Any: person interfering MONTHS FROM DATE. I will apply one hundred ton If the {.-nnacrv 'f the lW1\1I on hand "V -
    :
    I V : aiiothVr or selling any cattle in these stocks withoutmy SIX the Honorable Judge of Probate of U er @caJUn vv ABID, v'(* J : V :,,Jt vas of the sie nationality, authority, Willie dealt with according to nando County for a'Final Settlement and dis- tons but shall not l 6 greater than two hundred :: euun try 1'ii'dace token for Fttrnitur* "f : V 'I
    "V
    V r ; V V Xho7.bcanng J hat,,hU:widowed ;moiUor law. V KWm.. charga from the Estate ofV, D. Oneil late ofKaid WILLOW-WAIIE, GLtSSWARETNWARE tons, then lIIi vessel l shall pay the Int-iMMt t. t) iLiZJ M> .: i- .

    / i :0 bad mvried again,tiiice abp quitted Ireland H. ADDON.Manatee County deceaKed. the hum of Five Dollar*; and should tlu ton- -- -- J '
    !
    i. i ( "Exclaimed,1!. urtlrer fll-'bofeo' she April 12th. 18iO.2m. HARRIET E. LOCKILVRT, CUTLERY, STOVES naga of any vessel l inspected exceed two Luiidrml -
    tons said vessel! shall pay th' sum of Ten

    V 'm't"'ball .'a km'older': tharj me' i if, he V ff ;;Nn'TICE' I .'r",' 8th, 1869. Admuustratrix.Dec. tl-t;lu. Bridles, McLellan Saddles, dollars, on presentation of receipted bill f,.r .. : +

    I, t V '?O,r,.ba11to8tt Ibe'.wholq: state ,". ) > Rifle, Shot Gun and Pistols, the same to the captain or purser by the In G I:1: ;-
    "
    J'w r ** *Singularly confused.ideas roust.the son Hit A. 8.bz CHENIVA tntificB the'public All kind of Stationary: and School Boo spector. i

    c .. of Erin hire: d""tb.for.itJ8.rtlatedlf i U that being called on bufdness to Ohjo. be Notice. V Initial writing |'aper. Inks Ac.Pnlntttaiid (Cth. Any pArson or persons violating these
    V ; will Atarn to.Tampa? fa Jaae'teit.Thi>M> rfumorv< regnlation, or the Act cf the Legislature nyulatinKQuarantints : ;
    ,I' ;V one who was reprieved the day before I hannfllaitns:agaiurt him hztre<}Tiait4a to Smoking & Chowing Tobacco shall lx pnuihhwl provided V ;
    .
    : : that appointed tor his.. execution, and l Present mich'it Ills return and those 6wing to MONThS AFTER DATE,' I will pre- V by the provisions cf said Act I ., HVoI t
    i
    SIX &c. "
    him will please settle at the same time. accounts andvouchers to the Honorable Cigars ."'fi ::..! ..
    ; V 'wished to ofa\ wife that ho wrote my ,
    f' get rid : FIXK MLKSCHAUM ll'lI'lFin 7th. These Regnlitions shnll be in force and '.' ; '0/10, 4 ,
    Tampa Apnl Cth 1870 2m. Judge of the Oonnty Crt- of Herbando ." .4"1... .. t. .
    .
    ? ,tQ her: "I.was, hung yesterday, and died V effect on ami afurjiir.o Iht IhTO.) J ;
    V Co'mty, Florid" for Pin htttlle .
    i VV like. .ahero.do. as i did, and b ar.like Valuable Place ConmiiiinK Or- ment on the rotate of James A. Alexander ( OLD IlYi W1ISKEY, ALE I'ERRY O. WALL. DOSS i '"

    : .*" ,i man j"- 'and whose masftr bad aii:e Grove :c, For sale.A dect'M.. CHAMPAGNE( CIDER, BITTERS .te.1EfCl County Judge A Ex-officioJa.icl'of the Ptace, ;

    i died suddenly, I leaving Jeller.ready:) for ''luabWi t.bce-)ahaitdilpnIth, Gulf Coa COLUMBUS R. ALEXANDER Administrator, CILJLESmmr., DR. SHALLENBERCCR'S I ,- V: :

    V a' mail, that he dispatched It, after adding! Jjl j tl Dec 15th. 18r. 32fmNotice
    W. J. CAM"BELU! and :
    I l fl, at the bottom i;"Since writing the, abowUtcd \t upon rcaM>uabIo tirais. LJOII this j.lace tut' rein AMMUNITION, A",, Fever Ague = i..
    i 131 acres ofl-inil 25 fin-t rittfl luUl.UI..k.- Justices uf the Peace. : .
    1 t ived1i4 r. IIapr.t4ukarntbor, :,'boj I too Trees out nomt Lt'I\1 lug. In (everything "Ii! I bo Inund thnt. i is nee l lle NT I DOT E = Vk1way. .
    j Orange pLwUl I Tampa, FIlL, May 2Mb. 170. !
    ,j *4ff. to inform a friend in a!neighboring ,allOt)Oraii c Trees in uurstrj'. Gnipvs G UI\\ali /) in i this'.' 'n. the CtOIl. t
    of Stop .
    i; town of;tbe.' death) jof, A fellow.>workman, I Cocoa Nut Ac A Trooli iiipply V Tab Medicino has been before the PublU I V .
    V .
    I ( that he sent a dispatch Mgned with the For further information apply at thiN oftklS having di'iiumdt apninNt tho it- V
    rhoiw SljiJJping
    ALL jx aUOCRllllSAl ; ; fifteen loan and it still ahead of all other fr .
    :deoeAse man's name,, rt-iuling aJatnf of John} 1.11'10'. latI'f I ILIliboroiigh J '
    known remedies. It doe not
    clOM.
    ;. 1'10ri,11.1c.1III.l., ar io'iuiriMl t V Vrq ootne borne ; I dk- :last hIgh, ht. and an jjitciiL! : county noL sicken the itomach U perfectly safe in ,
    11 the 111 t<> tin iimli'rnUfK d ijuiilitlol Hliuiiintrutor )- 7 trill thf liiqlir t ('ash l'rrft f fI, OFFICE OF V I
    'Irish..lady ordered her body i o bo ojHTietl) duly IntJl'util'nt..l.Iithiu th timr pay any doe and under all cirounuUnoM and t V a

    V f after 'deatb. lest hhe should r l ho Lurifd! Sixth= udcul Clrrnlt. State of }001&1'1. (lr.tIC'riIM..II.% ). l'iw' or thin lIul ti L'e will !IN' |'luid tOTTO:' HIDKS Wut, Tallow te. "Alliance" Li ne lj the only Medicine that will i -

    all't\; \UDEUED llmt the; FIKII 1'Eu.st1.Al, in bur of tin.it t''twrry'no1 1l1""nnN in- CURE IMMEDIATELY !j : .

    .\ ;:l' A Bitnllar.story; ban t teen (loallu: about O a NcwcrmiK-r publiHhoil in the City of laroa d'bttdt'i wml wUite, will pKiviH 1/1114" for.VardlrtfluItly ;R.B.POST.: A.M. HOBBBY. and permanently every form of Ferer and. t

    r' 1\" the newspapers, Kmlthsctf, t hi!;founder > in Raid C.rrwt.lltj and the Haiu iuflur<.li\ and Ml tie.J. {. S MATt flt r.l; i Ague, because it U A perfect Antl4 M i V V
    d.jflht4Ml; till bne of th/ Official piflVrs'of wiiJl F. HENDERSON, 1arta. 1
    V 1 of the Smithsonian ID,!itute. He had .. *
    Circuit, and that thin order bo recui<1>d on the Administrator. POST & HOBBY .. Sold br all racKUta. 'I". V
    :, ji- five doctorvand ttey" had! been, unable .
    V t ; Chancery Order Book and that tin Cl. rk u<>- Tampa, FlA., Juno IStli...18jll.Ii() \. .
    V :: WdiscoverJhe disease. 'BeingJold that lfth.JbliWr of Urn lum."l"Uu .iLia onlcr.Dnirt'at -

    V V hid case was bop t'sa he talle d l.-thefliarbind Chambrra/in the 'City uf 'tAlr.?. V DOTY'Sll7ASIIPiti ;. :

    V :' V -; hinrMid said; 1 this 29th November. 18C9. N tlce. Commission MerchantsNew .
    ; JAMES T. MAGBEE. Judge.aoyIFzdtn.
    ) V f.r'r ."))$ friends I delsiro:"that you ,make a ,1

    V V post mcrietn examination of me,'(fed find S I'V I t / I.Oonntvlof ALL PERSONS having demand against the Orleans Ln.0 G IAOllINU.V
    I. 3f.ILbor1gh. fl. -. t tat of Wm. IL Browu l late of UilV ,
    : 0 ". .:V out what alls me; for, really, I haiehcardiwch >L }'. LYONS, Clerk of the Circuit Onrt, burVl\h County. dcceobvd. are LenLy notifiedto : f '
    "
    .! V long discussions on the subject !that I, in and for the County and State aforesaid, pre-ten: them duly authenticated to the un- N'QW Q licrnn V ,

    r : ) I am dying to know what my disease ispys'elf.f do hereby certify that the,fortguing is a correct di.i!iga d within the tine prewnt* thy law. or TO #F: "
    copy pf the original order now on record V tllill&ntil e will be plead in bar of their recov- sEpia TO tf .
    : .f _
    ; It Hibernian- in my office. V V eryj and aU pcjMns indebtpd to sail Estate are C 5DER40X & IIlNDIRSOX, JflUX JACKO>: '\ Of\\\a\ l'Of\S Xevr York & i / ,
    V V was an gentleman,who Vitnes.i my band MI:1 waLof reRY raosEt-a ::

    : : t. t lda friend, whqhras studying/ r4tv [jr4. S. i'Qtae, 'Jarth; IVj9.V; -' JOhN T. LESLEY June 16th ISfiO.r. l \ i\a.v\\\a. ;_ ,
    ..". TfimwirT hm'Ou 1I '. '.' 'il. L'OS. \ <
    '! ;'iI V tpinhtryj :tnay live to t -a ,Administrator,. t&. I'

    ,: V V S ,.. preach my funerahernion.I_ Clerk C't Ct Hillhb V ,
    : It Emerald Islander who being YO \ weekly line of MenmsliipHhtnintr n- .
    V V was an to
    ;
    V SALEMAXATLE f\. tnl>linV,l, we halt dispatch from this City
    1; V V asked togo on the back of a yes.c1when Notice Peterson Hill & Co. EEltYTURHA Y a M* f'1.bil'| for PI'IU- l'

    ' I V .::' V he was Jn ..dai er p .foundering said h* CXLA. AP\LACnlCOtA. &T. MtKKt. C'EDAE K1dT5. I

    ,: V. I V V had DO trish to see himself drirenfrl ; i it COUNTY.. \ -. .. t.. TAMPA KKT Wt or. and !Uvtnkin r trriirht : ,. ..
    Michael O'Multiganrho remarked V SIX MONTHS FROM D.\.TE.I: will V present WHOE SALE GROCERS also for Nsw YORK rill ChAR Km, th.- Florida : ,
    ; \ras
    OF EXECUTION issued i the Iionnrn- ,
    out
    V V BYTRTCE accounts an -vdnehera, I Rniiroad: and a line of Mtunulnps connecting -
    , j V ; .'*" 1 .with'mtich-gtxd sense,thai l "a man"gHarery k'a office of th"County Court of blo Judge of the Oonnty Court \>-Toft County Fernandinaand New 1"'nk Fmgfct taken Ii, ."

    .*.. .: :poor.,show.who,wai! till he w kilt Manatee Cottntv .the 6th Judicial Circuit of Flonita for a final settlement and discharge ANDDEALERS from NEW YORR for all FLORID\ PORW, I\nl 1 ".

    . V'V )before be acts. n.the defensive;" and the Flipdt; "Johat; ,' LaJiy, PJwat,' an,UbethHow from the estate V of'Zacbariah. Jkuard deceased. IN for all r. uIAr landing on the CIUTTAHOOCIIEC : >
    V V ard, d*fendant,1'e' ldud 'npun and and FLINT RIVERS. J, ,
    r following Ia found on an Il'.tombstone : will ik-U at pubho outcn% for Co*>h. IK'!f oru the DANIEL STANFORD. IDrstrrn prolmrr The line will continued throughout the -

    V .i .,' Hera. lies John'Highly and his wife' who Court House door, at line Level tht crmnt] VrSa n_'nK uf H.Ex utor... and the lowest rate of freight will be LATELY Mtcn IMIBOVED "D THE >rw : :'

    V ,: ; V trere' drowned on*their .passage fronAmfrica. neat of haid county within the legal hour uf Biirtow May 2(5th( 1870.( 6m. year maintained; siving every possible facility to I V'
    Kale 4th day of July A. I). 1S70 34 Peters .Sireetfiirvserly New Levee $L. niversal f : i
    : V tI :, Had they, both livoj, they on Sloiulay I'lanteri ansi Merchant in Florid to avail lathes .ringer,.
    : certain tuck of Cattle marktd and braudettut lirtirftn iiravierani f Joyilrrt
    " a all the I.enfits of and \.
    of frequent
    V tliimeIves ,
    ! would have.be boried here.! "
    , V V n follow -- (*'it : Ei l IN; fice ( NEW ORLEANS: cumiuunioation iith New orleans ndNew Improved with Kowell'H Patent Double Cog- -:

    I ; Samuel Ireland tolls'of: a miracle of St. Uudirloie split in *rh, car, Branded :2. MONTHS \Tfi AceiiU lor John F. Tull,. Paragon J: regular York in shipping, their crops to market "he K and the Patent Stt>j'. arC now Im'I\I..It- V :'.
    ! V Paris after his dccoJU Ltvitxl BlI the property of h ud dtfeudan from date, I will present my far for,ash- V .
    .. ,' V Dennli walking from upon SIX accounts and vouchers to the H<>nora- PalmettoFlour.Jame and in obtaining supplies.! Tie attention of tionnbly superior to any ttprarutuN V
    ioQ underbU armbtrtnakotjbe to nullify the naid Ewcation.This 18th. 1809. IT who onlerini Good front New ing clothe ever in\pnt l, nud will wivecont thur V (
    V wUhfhb head the 19th dav of Apnl 1870. He Judge of the County Court. of Hcmanilo l those are :
    twico labor anA loth.-s
    a jeur, by Having
    in called to the f.ict that they can rhipweekly
    V {nirafl I still grfater jj 1s ANDREW W. GARNER County Florida, for a final settlement luiddi- YORK
    ; V ..I. nods "repeating the story. Ite S8)'R : V Shenff charge from the (- tAte of John E. Johnson, late from New York by this route AT IIIUCESAIn orriir. ,

    I '; .1j, 'During his peregrination, ho carried his May 10th 1870. .. of ruud county, decuwM.: 7'V Cash MUCft LOWKIi RAIlS other and IN QUICKER If the merchants jour place will not furpi..h :
    loute.
    i' V
    IIANNA JOHNSON. TIME thai by any -
    .- ; or suni for the M 1int'll. wnd u*the retail :
    ; j head under his arm; with ouch coolne* ; Adnnuihtratrix, Cotton taken to New York ana through
    : price, \Vanher $15, Extrx Wrin -r $lf>,
    i f ":::",. : and.deliberation, and often kissed it ,by TAX ClUE OR'SSALE.. DrOOkln'iUf''May 27th V 1870. 4-fim Rule LA.linn signed at LOCT BATCH. tInE, iiud we will forward either or both) nuVt"m-H. ., ,

    I, '. the way." PAID FORCastorBeans EAL ADVANCES na.1.l on Cotton consigned free of freight, to place whrre nog one >n iwllmg -

    '. :V,,, V S HERXAXDO. COUNTY. g..H'E-'Ri"F.FS': ,SALE.MANATEE to UI in New York and New ()Orlean ; and M> sure are we they will be liked. that L \
    made with theCoitoficeOepftrtment
    recently
    contract
    : Under the
    "
    we.s+ ree to refund the money !it any one wishes _
    r- : V ". : ?: V Eecently Capt Mason, of Way Key, BY VHITUE OF AUTHORtTT"rested i in me the Florida Railroad tfl return the machines, fr'u cf frti.ht, after l
    i
    .V f VV /V V 11 HorioVvaA standing on,the porch f.hi Vy law,.I have this day levied npon and COUNTY. C..mpaolYViii .li t out of will offer for aale in front of the Court Iloune New (rWan eve!: S SafuVIly, from Ihv I.8 No husband, father or brother shoi Jd jfrwit V :j
    whtn lady came I
    hotel an elderly
    r- : :: in Brooksville the 3rd EXECUTION To, ar.<(Key Wr t everyVednon' -
    : V : door on Monday in No- VIRTUE OF AN issued eVer .Hy the drudgery of washing with the hntls. fifty- -
    been BY
    ;i' ;; :", : the bnUding. The it1iiVba falling, rcmber: 18"d1HBJ theffgal Lgqrs of $!<>,ti out of the Clerk's office of the Circuit Court hiV. ',.tma ler .it \\"JW'et and New Or. two days in tIm year when it can be done better I .

    ;V : :: and consequently middle of the street followlnij diNBt-nbed? |>rop>rry, or so mucTi thereof of Manatee County, 6th Judicial Circuit of ., V BY !l.as Lnv, been instructed t" ,'n.t mails to Ha- more nl e lniousl,. with lens labor and no J ; -,
    V .4 jV. V was'wet *I s'houd1ket>'I!
    4 : V.V <' street without.wetting ,my Jeet t said the County:iTncy dae.l>yitharpajrie8 6uiig the of L. D. Terrel dectaswl l'll\inti; and V GEO. D. !LLr'. IIIl\4"n al 1'o'toflfce agent will dispatch return \\at-hr, ami n Unmrwtl Wringer j
    V -- V: %' VV the same, for the year A. D. lt 69, and back taxes iuanthy Graham and George Graham Administrators mails totwh [ort, fvrwarJing all erich Sold by loaders generally to whom liberal 1 I
    J. V lady.; "I.help yon to crow Captain for theyea;A,,p.)69. that may be.unpaid, to- on the Estate of John Cuson, deceased, ALL KINDS O'' matter \oaa he exrcdit dia its transmission diftcounU ore made, ..V .
    i'
    l: V V V responded. Ob, dear I shall fee wit :, % V defendant,V I have levied apon And will sell at 'J thUroute. Jt.C.flRtW'NIN( I L '

    , :. V, 1. "'" t M much obliged to you," the lady jaid; VVCOQIeY. WaUam,.Ertr-Th? SE 4 of S E''8' public 6nujy; for cash, within legal hours of ucaveTampa going South, every Friday General Agent, V41tL ,,
    .' V 'feet have Mt been wIn inty 18,1t1.T21. V V sale befqre the Coujt House door at Fine Level Lave North Friday
    f-- V : V. V or Tampa goins; every S2 Cortlandt Street.New York. I
    : V, > '; :i.. urL' .tFor'Hb. a&; Mn," Dent, JohnJistI the County ite of said county on Monday, Plain I i and Fancy Every accommodation and fat'iUtwill be I
    V Harrell. BemeiC EstLrfE b" W |, S 26, *ty 0r.of jfuly.' A. D,1870..a certain ktock .
    Consignees
    and theAgent.
    ,: : "don't! show them to afforded to by
    / V : V.Bald the Captain Shipper
    of Cattle
    ,marked and branded as follows
    f : B21..T24. V 'V Bread u
    : V the line at all points. Large !
    of
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