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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: July 13, 1870
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tampa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hillsborough County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hillsborough -- Tampa
Coordinates: 27.970898 x -82.46464 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1855.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1874.
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended in 1861?; resumed in 1866.
Numbering Peculiarities: Resumed vol. 1 in 1866.
General Note: "Democratic" <1856>; "Republican" <1873>.
General Note: Editor: Simon Turman, <1859-1861>; Sam C. Craft, <1866>.
General Note: Publishers: Simon Turman, <1856>; Wm. J. Spencer & Co., <1859-1860>; Wm. J. Spencer, <1861>; J.E & T.K. Spencer, <1866>; T.K. Spencer, <1869>.
General Note: "Here shall the press the people's rights maintain unawed by fear, unbribed by gain."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur" -1866-.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 3 (Mar. 3, 1855).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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: 1.. e e', lctibll leriinsttJar 'Sauauaob Maras For the Peninsular. ground covers, about one fourthof 'W I ,, Colonel Hawkins.A it and peruse it, that he might l-e-prepar- < {.: ,?
fi July 5th 1870. I and edond in that letter I ad! : 'if, y*$ ;t
\ acre; was set out with all lie8! of '
1 are pushtd to the wall telegraph: for: Torn :: "

.Larjett Circulation laQtj and Country.: J. \\V. !NDE i ON'8 t' $O is: & CO. EDITOR PEXIXSCLAR. With yourpcrmissionI I plants, from those that had; no leaves at.' FAMOUS BOHEMIAN OX .A FAMOUS KEXTUCKIAX. Hawkins!, of Louisville., '' .

i. t t : : 1 propose occasionally to .-'offer ; all, to those that I could not carry on my "Well I came on South soon after that, -
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tr '. ":: ADVERTISING RATES a suggestion to your readers on the shoulder from their weight. J can already ; and went up with Geoge PugU ItO> uy c: -P

l 1 t' r J 1 offD J tfDr ever: interesting.subject of agriculture.I .-' count 30 bunches which will be increased ,The following highly seasoned: sketch I Douglas. IbifO"e 'JouuJ. iiytO'ly\ tat ," .4 ,
written .Alfred ,Towudseud, much attention to ?. : 1> ,'"h,5
o '" by George pay i:: < .
say ever interesting becauS! to those { ; I" 'i
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1. : 'i'HIQLFLOBIDdi"P1b'liKSL'LAEi! I appears in the Chicago Tribune; of the seemed absorbed with' sonrethV0 tH.,
: : ANDGENERAL who practice it, it is ever new. .Every I months after 1 to add t F
1 f' T.utPA.'ri.oRI > planting. forgot l1tb : I and! looking ont of his library a"i'"tho: ,
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\ crop and every season are different from that after I I the :. I A.' Prr aud\. Aiv r{ ,
-ri- I ground. ,my, cane put i :"Did you over hear of.Tom Hawkins P.:1 hall, saw iKogeri < '.

l' .1_Square', $upJing\: .the space o(12''Brr ; COMMISSION all their predecessors, and although there\; bagass oa the.beds where: the banannaswere said a man of politics tome Yl'tllt'rd.lY'j' G Brown, of Mississippi, ,step( In. tu uuoh. .oJ"-" .. ,
i 'rier inezrtioa.L50 ; Butcame "
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or: ;one is always labor, there is not always .t t-I)1'at least six ;Tom Hawkins Is: the gnatest! ;; duelist: in er room. lacked no question, '
planted mulching
fT eyer ertton drcg..t ) I '
,robsequent' ..75JacBjokrc'e started for New l\rk: '
;;; He is Governor Stevenson's and soon afterwards: .
*months':t.tvr.rv.s,1..1a00 Me r .c.h..a: n ts,- e.f}:. And bl'nt.what: sight to t the inches deep. 'This mulch besides 'kl'f'PJiDg Kentucky.tobacco inspector now at Louisville! : When Igot to' the Relay house; 'tht rd .

: Oo e lano; jon ;year :........t u.,,... 11501tdTen Street 'the farmer more exhilarating than that, of : the .ground moist i ; keep's'! /down", .the'. 'b lIdSllme.u An\ritb, a black moustache, was: abaft: thrt't"minute:: delay a* tins ,: ., -- -

';, ti 4 not marked :with, than sums Drayton'f near. Bay, clean';and growing cropsf i The tender wl't'ds.an. .naves' hoeing,d aud, will .ulri-- acd large glaring black t't'IIJ.'hich ,seldom Western train had just .i-t-me in, anl.I '
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ber of insertions desired will be publUhed untfl blade leaf' ; wink but look like out of it and. !step toward'tho; -
t' r SAVANNAH CEO.. or springing up as if hy magic; inately rot and enrich'the soil. I. ;shall or never out a saw get '
ordered out and'eliarge'd 'accordingly.! train who but Tom Hawkins .
I saluting their cultivator he passes'along tigers with silent ferocity. He is, perhaps Washington: '
as .
I Advertisements dm from first Insertion'f and romptattentioagivento all busineis eaJL repeat the mnlchipg. every 'wiof(>r.- ,In fifty years of age now, but still one : ': i .

I eotlecEabte ItCCtit ql 1T.. t" trusted Iu oar care, and liberal advances. their serried rows; ;.\ they rustle: in fact'I am so well pleJsed with'nip success of the best shots in Kentucky, and he has uTomrI cried, "what 'ire ,you- doing ,

I t 0 OFFICIAL:: LEAILJAtIS'EBT18E3IEN'f. $.. ,rude a pea Pl8j...,... lIucL. ,* .O. ly the wind.. Evt ryhody'wl o ever' owned a that I shall proc, -

i I .. -G-tf'ol' : .. ; : "T hill of com".or the. 'most'cOQ con 'flower, a large,pond, containing! about .an. acre, second: on more fields: than any.man alive. "What are you doing' away,from. 'Wash.. ,, : -:-
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t bas felt this and Personally, he i ilt a ,gentle, truthful, faith* Ington said Tom. .:
I pleasure almost
: :Phed'lsuio I'liehisal blriagikon designated everybody : ; for banannas in the rnefway. My,opin '
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1 fnl fellow but he is deadly wb n"bo has "Going to XcYork. .
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r : as one of the the'rates'for official journal .of U.advertisfmmffM Sixth L, J.-C IUURTLCO. has owned or expects to own such ion is that from the 640 trees that it.ViI1 made ap his, mind to somebody", Tom "Xew' York, what f Do you get me _

Judicial Circuit', ym, ..7rf.***e- -..,legal<. --. --*- things some day or other. The feeling require to plant an acre, I can: 8aM "'ra1- is one'of( the best of,this 'class; the finished : here and then run off to New l'orU-- .' "..
men *, w U 0I1 :.. :
f I Ji owkdr Appljcti. t s tor, Letters. i ofKotieiK r.; :Cotton factorsiAKD seems to be natural and to have been inherited culatjj 'on'600 lnchesofAbarinnas s : fof at duelist J of the South, always nice ,upon Douglas has, sent for, me. The fights: :*J .:' -,l 7* ,-
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I .AdmiuiatratiOD: S weeks .... $500 from that ancient: gardener to IcasiTsO to thebunch'every!'y sari:; 'I hax'e poiutt: of' honor, and prompt to advise on'' at'Baltimore :' ;, ., f
Creditors .. anybody to fight whom he thinks has DJlJjurid. '.iI'll'g t off my baggage ;
t Debtor and 8 ir' :8 00 whom we all ascribe A relation-
) common made
i'0 t rr DO doubt an,acre can be )to nett His I last appearance in proximity said I, "and return to Washington .to ,
... Notice tor Dismiteat,C'mentbs, "." .. 1200 GENERALCommission ship. I mean of course old father Adam.:' .
: 8400 a year; -But-remember, if you want ,to the Afield of i honor" ''was'occasionedby night. > .
liKotioof JnIlO1T'De1.)>> ,2000 ''One' f 6f the Roman Emperors And with that the trains steamed. con-. ,
'I'A1I'odier r'odeeeand''Ad4reiti' the'greatest to be successful wltli banannas, put t then! a mooted duel between two Cincinnati c
Legal s aVa ls '
< : Merchants. Diocletian after a reign of twenty am4': iarid' editors, which never came to a shot.- trary wise.i
1 b4< charged..aotordiag to,the fpace"tti0f obicupy on deep;'d< and l rich ( ;>otherwise at Washington .
5 the matter
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.. 1'j; : '. ; } et'pll'1.0 know him send for Tom in ,
t and tie,tuimber.bf insertions required, ? years, resigned his high 'station, en 'ac.I they .will: disappoint you. Th conspir- .
evening.
that
of sent for the same
Sarannah ca amt a duel: j jvbt i as you
Geo. .
Ja1Stlrd '
at thIrat:t*''of a+ 'one'doTlar' per' square' -each inser- I count of tb nfirmit), of declining l years. \ .J..G. \Yr.A.BcaatIfalbnt yayjicUui and tho preacher when you are it-rs had: arranged to force an insult upon -:
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i ,tion.- Agent for Dra-Ilel'.e Super Phosphate of I But after his resignation the affairs of the ...- nick. He was wounded at Buena Vista, Dougl, and then, if he challenged: he 'T.

--0- Lime. !, Roman State did not prosper, and he was Erring Countess.A and he was with Henderson; Crittenden, woultlloctbc\'ot ofthl'Xlrthl1Che] refused ;: .
: Ttht rb" SUBSCRIBERS: Baggin, Hope and lion Ties always! on' hand. Paris correspondent tells the following Lopez and ;the rest when they invaded nobody in South would touch him.Thecreatnre '
asked influential citizen of Homo
It.ual Fncillllr extended Id Cits by an story : I do' not know whether Countess of ilic conspirators to 'insult 1 ,
I, J'erAaDuUIhudnnce12,00.. ( .. . ; Cuba. During the war he was on Breck- ;
f f, .,'. Sit'... ).'...........-:":-." -:";", 100 'I'oiner.. to; resume his honors. "Ah, wrote the Ilupp's: mantll:1.: llakd bill bad any inridge's staff, and, thn affairs of private Doughs; was G. N. Fitch: of Indiana t

,, PAJU1iIct. I i I cx-Empcror to his friend, **if you could "sharp, iu it, but the entliusiasm raised:: by bloou in which IIP has been engnged are Still alive, 1 bt-It'ive- and he had done it -
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ii ,w e'r only m- the cabbages that: I have planttd : IIII\'.'EmilerUUivier's, MuleCarette'sattire \ : innumerable. For instance, he was Ben in executive t'ot't'; ,II a. .... .la-kre I :
:: ,, '.. 1 I at the"etate'sitting' in' the Louvre I had .Jeuiand -
., FIN' GAN : with own hands l would no longer Johnson's second, when ho killed Tom, reached the city.t D.-.t-.a': :
J : "- = JOSEPH & CO..I I my joti the other day, shows! that public! opinion: ,White. Did you ever hear of that ?"- I ed a retraction a fight and Torn. e
urge me to relinquish the enjoyment i it in favor of for. '
LEGAL unmistakably tliinplicl'YT "No !" Hawkins had l ben sent t

i I (cdt 0> Il 51. Qt C> 1fC 9 Hut enough in the introduction 'I t the personal empire: U no longer duel. Old .
T. n..XRNETT. way for /some years alter that UlanWI.i I warm f1-r the! ihu- ,Mrs. Ioyghes MId

i !l ., AND amid only premising: that I live considerably in vogue, and almost an outcry has been ((. was there wheu Ben shot his son, !| the Cuttsi-s and everylody: were lioaua tot : '

raised the publication! : of ..11l1ercbai'J'g and ho went awfully. The ratsed His wile said 1 be might : J
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south of Tampa. I shall offer todaya papers -I see fiti-phvn: out. :
t ; t i f 1 bill which amounts to &4S: :00,' gold.- I
:( xf'G 'a n Ilp t howling row about the duel- lose the rrcsiJency or anything beu-re he
,.' nlu'il !1inn fIDrl'dunds i few suggestions on True, t there i is ou the credit side of the account Tom White and lieu Johusou had. a fuss i should be beaten by Jesse Bright an-1 1 old

THE CULTURE OF: BAN'ANKAS. cash, $:H,-'OO; but the !balance due, over cards; both pretty full, and a challenge I l Back's II1vrmicInlBillet clouz bad been I
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0".r.. ; BBCJOKSVILLZ. i"- ,. FLA.' ... When I came upon my place: nearly S 1; ,UUO, frigliteus all unmarried: ru rri3ge-, passed. 'fhl1fOmt'D and families I all day hvtwist: t'rt Buchanan h,':adqartcr8in ''- -
: Bag Street, SarannaJi, Geo. meu. What a luant'ua-uiaker's\ : bl 1 ll! .' II ; !! h 11 4t'at's of the '
truth .t.1. 1''i'I'' ..t'r1.1U1 .
: UTILL rr..CTIcE IX THE CT1I & 7TII T JBEP.AL made thrte years ago, I cu-an-d u little spot on min I 1\ '? I w. \ jvTv! -MI : Cap} ...
APVANCBS: oo Cotton cosIJ fortuneVm! ; i'JI. tt'1' '
; n amounts to a loll Jl'rS' \ Ihlir .I1) commit tee whereIthelougias 1
Judicial Circuits and give prompt atteu- t. I. 3UIUUU' > : .... one of the rooms
.i I'ed to Ui or.lo our c.orr""popJents! in the 'hclll mound which house --u'
:, ton to all bnrfn* s entrusted to him. New York sn-1 LiverjwoU Bni linl:; !, Rope upon my eyes Wl'I'l.me,.. OllLvi.r'caiutlts;:; : ,I I own banns S5.c: wu.up .h\"e i about J men sat in council Tho ,

,T Des 23th. 18C9. ly and !mu 1'it' furnished nt lowe ralej. ,ocBm stands, and planU-J out twenty banaunas. dresses! which deinustair.ittd that women : it. I reckon sbo'Jh"t Hen herself if messenger for Douglas was Roger A. ,. :

- The soil on this mound i is particular deep may wear beautiful attire without rninin he hadn't gone to the t field. Ben was and for Fitch: Judah B. Benianiin. \ -
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i : /rl'Joseph; B,. Wall, T. SIB. llJJIN{ OLIVER I and rich, and during the rains of tbe first their husbands 1 cannot give the whole all crippled up with the rheumatism, and f

Late Editor d TalUha SeotiM I bill, but you may ttumagrne; it from these they had to set him up !and hand him his
Pioprit-tor Slidell who -
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summer! they seemed to flourish, but when i, "Tho Fitch: gang: were was
i I items: Ball dress: : teat erial, $14; making/ fought with shot loaded '
They ,
I y t t x1I t1'\ atCO t tlli" << U', COTTON FACTOR the dry and windy weather of winter (I SU'O; money lent, -',OOOj; Dr. Pierre with gun. ball. There was old man guns White haggling i f i the arch conspirator! and bloodthirsty of a -
bat who was jealous Douglass
"0 G;; COMMISSION MERCHANTS came they stood still. The second sum i ran, 6116. in the field about points of 'honor, 1 ; Bright: When Ju- t \iM
Mile.Rappquited I and despised him, Cobb, etc. -t|
When
-AND- mer them forward again, but from the Countess: Kapp's history : t the terms tlf apology' etceteree etceterei, %
: FLA.tTTIDL put second
1 ; j f {QROOKSVILLE.. tbo Convent of the holy i dah I Bonjara'mr the day, came (
CE.\ ERAL PURCHASING and whole twenty we got but two or three when 'pop' went the guns, and his son into the committee room with another let -
PRACTICE in the 7th and 6th Juii- FOIl W<1RlJI.VG Al1ELVT. Cross to enter society, she at once tausBled laid dead at the old man's feet, with a I of 'I
the and Richardson .Illinois,
bunches of fruit. ter amongst ,
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During ensuing
the of )Jr. Hope, one the sons forehead. ,
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attention eyes hole his f
Circwtand right through They
II rial give prompt Savannah Geo. Brown and the rest saw ,
ba'rin'g ent rented to his winter several of them blown down. of 'Aiiastasius1' Hope, the Mr Thomas' 1'ugh, 1'ryor, ,
all carei.1 were II say it was dreadful to.hear him go on. J ,1 -
1 g,or.eiJlllm'nhol: Cotton, c.ru. 8jrup.001' 1 loin Hawkins glancing at him, theyshrank -
t. Il id,*. Tobacco, Rice' ;e'.c., upon rt hiehIferci.a'aicea Then came the great frost of Christmas, .I Hope of Amsterdam (by the way, the don't know what became of Ben Johnson. back and turned pale. Teen he '
will 1 I "1""l1st"of WU; Ij't story t Beauty, \\antl the
be mare deaireJ.petltmalAttc.eLtua
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ELL 1869.r'he next summer (last summer) hand in .s ol'bar.tisb"a r ,
H leis a y( ) | .
", J>iei to,tin Bate of .1 1 Meaat(). Ashe was very wealthy shqjump- "Oh yes, )blessyour} soul Tom Haw putout ,
PioJcce. I decided to move them. I was satisfied I and said jVhy
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ap lyTISOS ed at his ol'tVr.' The marriagu was ,Dot a
John dead ,
kins scared
'c't i fl1i! ( ; E that shell mound were no place for ba- happy one, but she was in the afternoon were at old I'ope General most Wool's once.They table.-, "\ ", Mr. Hawkins: I'm'er glad to \ .

t J ai-fpfinr; & GOKDON, nai nas. I became satisfied( that they 1(>- of life, and the mother several children when Pope impugned the courage: of Gen see"you and Tom went -'
s '0 We all met that night, : I.
when Count almost
A .. et. quire the deepest ?oU, rich and dampnot young Ajrerado ( tral--: and Tom Hawkins just glanced the 1m- .
'art
t.)1\-/\ in of to
trll'A P LORID} .S; (Cj $ CD 1 1:1 I If a o
II that the thing; Wfl' +e-
his Wk
in hammock where the natural knew by
growth i I
my t| removed to Ixjndon and brought suit
r Tom ,
second when
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i was [iBn-ckinridge's threw that it w:..+ coiuiig ti>
t'm'l '1 I| rious. They
was principally :the button-ball, with bay for divorce, which was granted. The. t the challenge passed! between John and .. '
I :ttTILt1 r GIVE rEOMPT ATTEXTIOK TOe : marriage settlement was, however, made :: be blood !by Tom's big eyos. A.nl ti! ry :(
and myrtle and some immense lire oaks ; Cutting. There Tom"suowed the i'
entrusted his MERCHANTSCit'Fd1E1:3d generalship 1 He hat: f it: i-: tn '
\\, allbuiineaa. to rar : wrote a retraction.
tJ ,. : ,c around the margin. I pulled out the cc-1 m such a manner as ehab ed her to retain Alexandria: the Great Cutting'ssecond I! iniuutes.
I I I a very Irglortun\!. He died a few days old l'relidf'ntrllnrt1t": j j t
J. F. IUXDER80S. ez dar !oPQ that had fallen into It I don't and was son "\V to try Dlrugr,.s' m
.J. A. Ur Dasso l( .. J to'I i I since, and soon afterwards she sought of the rugular and Tom turned him e arranged : cr.'ge-

..I"W i p *"'? .J.t *S t'-. *r WE 96 still RAY continue STREET buiintis: and at offer the our old wri-itaod know how many ages before. I had i:\ obtained I ato, reassume her maiden: inside ont He army pat him on the IJpft'nlif'etbnnJm'll by telling him that !the duel nas to r :ije I V I
Torn, wlu was sins-; ; '
ell to the Mtrclmnlt: aid Planters of llilULuro raised rice in It for two years, going [into : name. at him, and got John Breckin- off nest morning. a :

HENDERSCN HENDERSON. and the aJjaeenleoantits for the vale of Cotton the mud knee-deep to sow it,* and into I l Among the letters nut in by the mantua- ridge off with nil the honors.! pie hearted' fellow, raised objections to .
and other Produce, also fir audforwsruiitg and refused to have anything to do l--
recei\lllg \ maker was: one from Mme.[ Kapp's daughter terible this, ; _
"Tom IJawkinu is fellow.
tQr t l1.s at i'' ; X11 Cotton anJ make Merchandise.W :\ the water knee-deep to cut it. It is avery Viscountess de Floury, who, writes to If he looks at with a his wide with itsVe ('ntcrl.'lD&ugl,, '4' library, ,
are prepared to liberal ndvaneeaon jou open
deep rich piece of ground, t hI' soil Art-hard "I thank madame and there he stood, with as p'easnut a '
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,. contijrnmrut* to u* for sale in this MurKt-t : you, eye, full of fmwity, you are half gone upall j .
TAMPA. FLORIDA or where U if preftrred"be lorwar.led to'uur i full of "t'getahJllIIaUl'r.. Last Ml I i for your lat dress. It produced a marvelous rcafi". Whcu they tried Henderson! << smile as I \ \'er8aw, waiting to hear t tharcauU.
J It J. frtendt in Liverpool, Sew York effect at t the Tnilerics bat!. 'fheEml'l'rlIr t. : ." '
l'hil"JetPbia.1 drained it by cutting a ditch three f..d' : ; in Yew Orlcutn and J IJh lirnj.train T"-"S i
a Uot40D or Baltimore.i "")lr. Durglas'said!: I, 'bow dj _
looked at nu- and' thought r.udressed you
,, employed by 4lu Spanish: Govrment to as-!
\ Having had fifteen experience in the wide and to bayou )
-- -- '- years a* many or more deep a fl'd 1'j
:': most charmingly.: Th'mRl/-io'is l: 1 silt it the
1 !: : proat'entinn'I'on) whose trial
I' lCTI*E inq-the l Idouthern. sand. Cotton Co in rail >; [tou DuxioesxinSavanuah into which the tide flows frum the bay.I' are laughing: heartily at the last "'-"t (a.e f was to follow, saw what a'terrible tongue j "Very well. What i is t the news T

"A. itetn' tir! mtA of the State. .bare an esteuded nod genvr'I ditch instead of into of tits and win You are to go to the\ .firld to-mnrrowmorning
il whom refer with By so emptying! my ,i note, many j jeering) ,eyes > Bonjemih had: and followed him out of
aejuainlanc we coo at 5 o'clock and fijbt witb shoL-
(" : B.lence.; to the bay itself, it dots not get filled ''uP be fixed on Mine dtFleury's faeo.to. \ .enjoy the court room. and said : .

ts ""MEDICAt.:,... WM.' n,TI-O.V. with sand the surf. I then bedded her embarrassment the. next time beappl'lir "Look hereMr.. Jew I want to toll guns.'
by up looked him
"We all at
i. piercingly to
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w W.
GORIuv.
I 11. at court, sou.ethinjr.- lf-when trial
:: : the whole poud into beds six feet wide i you my com s how be stand it. '
,
Jtmcs.Oilivier's. l and Carette'a dresses soe
I : off. word
:
lttr D t t-:,,-C.-:. -L- .- MITCHELL- Oscar Cheesman with ditches; two feet widc_bctweeu.them?, made a prnfuundimpression on the brilliant l. ter: you I'll kill say'Ouc you in your against tracks.my" cbar.1c-'I''j' 'Very well' ,' he. said, 'make all thear-: .<

____.. K all running into this great. central ditch. and 'rich asvmbled! Saturday: 'tht''Louvrc. Benjamin ,saw these big eyes ready to'',1 rangoments.Ve. -
tTEISHISPROlTSSIONAL SZBVICESl '
watched
By this means, all water1whether from j'' .-. Mine 01il"f01'\ \ \.' a, dress jump out 0(1'001'/1; head and ho said: I \ him\ again, and he was 4_

''iIJ ithep;l cf Ta pia*d surrounding( TVHQLEAL'E: DEALER IN rain is carried oft-: (white muslin, with a mante.iu of black: "Mr. Hawkius, I shall'not want to have as quitt as 1 ever saw him-:almost cheer '
springs instantly
.iLr or ful. Tom (Hawkins: could stand it
w.1 no
ibtkOs lace, and a l bonnet trimmed with one single any. difficulty with you, sir. ,
< I f from.the country promptly attended I 1 finished this after tbe rice, was off in blue bow-and tint another) ribbon, I, They did not convict Henderson; .and more. lie said :

&0.-, CROCKERY & GLASSWARE November of last year, and planted out ] not a flower, not jewel! )1111('. U.trtte Tom never came to trial. I I I "Mr Douglas: they have retracted !T

: my banannas on the. top of the beds, I I wore a blue dress covered with white "I, reckon: you never heard of Tom Hen- "Douglass drew a sigh, whether of re- 'rf

a 1 q It rff. rt.mu f f 1lltffa:r 71WnrrenSt 11cw York. feet stand of t 1al.. .alld a Leghorn straw! b. nnet trimmed ,, derson's connection with the Fitch and f|; ief .regret: I do not know. He was a

li/: Tamps. Fly,May,4th, 187 ly. Feb. 2J.T L eight epart. They course with a simple sprig of whit* acacia.These .- j Stephen .Douglas? trial, did you? That splendid: shot with a fowing-piece, and be q,
eight feet apart each way. My success: I 1 ladies and ..xtn-rnelv would have fought hw weight in wild cats ,
aN hiss n< been puMUhedto)
youru :ver knowledge '
my \
:;:. :s. )3 ,WILLIAMS lS Ull.A.Jo-- t has been complete. Some, which I got beautiful; they lot>kd, s" ,> '. \ir.\ ,i.r. -vh\}\, Lit it IAMS a remarkable epis.xle 1 in t the! rather his ambition.than be crowded He out of the pathof

,
LOUISIANA' out earlier around the margin of the pond I elegant, and were attired with t-: .<'*, t .\(- f..r.: ;\.' of th? n-bcllion., You sec i it was leader was the greatest }
bod .
quisite taste Ih >amlic'nC' would have coming toward the : any party ever to my mind.- :
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t C9n as early as :March or April, bore fruit in ; ap- V 1Hi'all'OD\'entiuni"Do you want to.be introduced Tom Haw-
I
.phYrig3\T\ 'W'Vft : January and February of this )'ear,36 to' planded' them had nut etiquette for i of ISoJ, and juglashad all the strength) !.kinsT

E bid. __ so t that it wan: bard) on to a certainty r that .
i 40 fruits to the bunch. The variety is I .'---, he nominated "\V said I, without thinking it, "if I l _
would be
: sealtIrnbf and
tL J> ,,:TAMPA. JE u crowd out the !
f9. I T A .n. LE .
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"" ".- : 11.' .. T : : the common African. But those:: that I CHIUP MosojriTo Bva.-TLU is a cheap Buchanan party. I jot sure. information isn't offensive, I prefer not know Tom .. .' ;
"b,..'' .", err rree to'' be Citizens .of f f uios'iiiito l>ar iu vogue auuug! tLo plan Utionbnnil4 Hawkins!" .. _
.,... ,. of tho I caucuses of
Slidell
-- \Y nightly
j only got,oat! i in November of that year and l Jesse:
>oatinn in Home of tho South I r.
parUi ..
T 1filintl'. .- i: are now almost all of them in D. Bright, 'Howell Cobb, Benjamin, and --e ;, "
zuCetl ;a residence inmm; J \ COMW] \ bearing.- I wlaichaaawera every 'I'UIl"'It>e to the letter.It that faction! in Washington-for they met I hoD NEws roa its tI'ET-U\OOIa.-Aa:

:tew.: 1tiL"'!1 .It; :.. t tr I have no doubt that every bananna: in i is common coal oil A ramll quantity ,oftho at Cobb's house chiefly; and one ;lnt[ : the carpet l-agger- w ill shortly leave t h*Siath. t 4
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n CAL St "XEW OKLEAXS;;: L.V. ;I that pond that. fs,old enough has borne or \ oil i i.< Lr>r'j>M en a piece of cotton" and I came to me straight ns wire that they bad tare they ha wul* been be gratified! to to learn them. that a new pa*.

-f-; 0VJ !) RRtTEs LU-& POLICIES, payable Qtiarter1 I will bear. In planting I took great care then !'gne"zed out M dry M possible'; after. determined! to force Douglas into a" fight I A citizens' of opened Liberia addrosHA.1 the PhiliJel.phjj ,
;Ily. Semi-annuHlly, FUUvn, Ten anl Five which, the cotton it! rublxHlover, the face and and that it had been heart of few
I undo a days ,aad in
that so the!
s proposed Slidell:
.1 to take tbe roots without them .
Tear witth without
9! or enJown7ent Kales ft* up injuring ,
a ItJ I favorable hands No mos oito, will alight where the should insult Douglas In' t the :coarse of hu ruuurii he izifonnxl hw aulienc\ _
lea and terms as in drinking
i
as any company and I did\ not out off any leave Many scent has: been ]left. I have trit'd'it and then saloon of that oa hearing the news of the paU2t of
>. 'n!ti Surgeon for .pension, Offl, tilJ. U&itod States t the Senate, and, if he resented 1 the hfteenth amendment in thin
.at the
JOSEPH ELLISON. Prerfdent, of. the 'leaves of coarse withered and exposed myself" to cloud*of them various it shoot couatrr
i. M ,.(..' f ..J : ... 1L f J. V.... 8ro E1 President., up on oocaaions ( him down. I wrote to Douglas :LiWriinl isLktore had at once resolved to
'+ ': to' .. ,111. XV. P. UAKPER, died, but grew aII'winter, and in March Idon't without experiencing ,the least at once, but knowing his habits so well, of.I'I eipau,eatiHrticleinthe conititatioa: of theirret.ubho'
'. .',:. : Secretary.JOHN ance. Thousands of them would J a'ingl'1ette;' which allowre-l the right ot suffsajw v >4
think there I' unopened for and'
was, a tree ;with less annOY-j l days ,only to citizens of African
3m LER, 1TampaF in.an inch of my face aid sing the weeks her''I I 11 descent. "Aud -- \
Ate. bj toget sent the letter :
.j1fo.TA1tp to a friend i no""'. miledthe I
;. FLA than seven leaves on it, The piece of bat speaker, in a Rend -rota: \:a
,*: > A ( 1 It cone" would dare touch. ;;- &: i and commanded him to make Dougla.-opeu I I'':bon, "in Liberia white mtnU juntas good ac 'v t 1 | J"
a tie -r> r'r.. .:r.hJ/4 nut. \ | I *.,

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II I A ciirre
: I. t hribll t"Jnsu" ;If ( Koiiui the :titli 'uk favorite hort lie Vermont Democrats lt thl'1r State Con- .,
'j\ .gte, rum on ; ; July l J JP. II.-SEKAJEThe }no would kill hU *.

_______-_____________"__ says: 'Jtioday hufon,)'t i ifrday a vuknt1C1C consideration of tfio) Tax bid was nays going t JVashington wa? bad med, ventioVj last Friday, and re-nominated I* At a mooting of the Cqunty Executive

I; rf t : : Taap WeclDesdar-laJ,13th. 1870.. :: took place In the; ( ono i1, on the resumed.: 'A*' spirited "discussion took icine. ;tt': their ticket oftast year as follows : Committee of the ConserfaUvua of 1IUU- .

,, { f (Wivery of u,;ju-cch l h y nioristlgncur Vc- place on tb.o' proposition to tax income ) For GoVern pr-.-H.[ W. Heaton, of held the 9tli day of

j ,"t' of SPECIAL' 50T1CE. : ; ,rot, Bifilicp of' ,Say nab, United States, from government bonds five cent.Tbo .- The Nejv York meeting against Chinese Montpelier ; lor Lieutenant-Governor borough county, _on V

; i ... IleroafUir t.| o subscription r iw fFEKiKBDjafi thV orator of thu JVnierican KplucopaUj.- ,amendment was n ectt.(1.jt-r The final labor) advertised with such flourishing of :M urilJo'Noyes"of Burlington ; for TreUoo July ln t., tho Chairman. presiding, it a '

\ wilei, djcuarxp, prunouuc xl iu a voice aud I tote striking out the income tax was : trumpets turned out to bo a miserable fail nrer, J. M. Weeks, of Lyndon. II. B. was 'V

"i I _' ; per' )'ep'M'1 1'l'bS'thr'uu' Ii tho! halll, \'d l.ltl'ntlylI.iI- I alt'S M, nays 21. Thin vote ill regarded ure?" It'was a'grand fizzle. There were Smith, of Milton, was reflected Chair. Knotted That tho Convention of Con- "

1 ? vane, $i.5O )sr paid within 1 Il'cI dogma of infallibility t devlaiin I M a i finality upon this '. Ul'lItillll. An three stands, two of which remained unoccupied. man of tho State Committee. I"-

1 t. t '-: aa4$3.. ZSJt: .if/,.!not? 'p until 4j .-I- the-.. wjJ" -Ll Tat the1!I th l.aJLc\ Jiyjop4.wftu.} ,\ykil j in!! its! favor iduiuitwas adopted, providing that j Mr. Nelson W. Young' and I --..'.-. -- wrtatitea, to, pat forward a.Conservative. .v.

i I t : 'J1i year; Wo make this reduction believing. I would IKJ guilty of sacrilege. Tho I t the tax on salaries of government officers Mayor Hall sp6te"to about !:00 \persons, A t terrible collision occurred I' last Tuesday candidate for Assemblyman, be hold V In -

1 ; : '. lbaflt t will I largdy _increaso our subscription majority niotthUimputalion I with protecting hhall cease August'lst.WASHINGTON' i most of whom were women And' children'j, on the hudson 1 lime tow boat Telegraph Tampa on t the 2d Saturday ((13lh day. V) VV V
l :
;
cries and the IKM-AIIH furious 1'ltt 5 night wit; apparently leo 1 hot for I I
clamor so M.( running into t tho immense "
I llat "We ask friends to i-xcr ; June SO, P. -Secretary passenger in August t, prox.
I; f t :.. i.- : : our that tho President- Legat rung hw Uolx-son has returned. 1 workingmen to turn out uguin t Coolie rallY steamer 1 Itanfel) ])rl'w. The 'Jelepraph That the District) Convention of nservativcs -

:. : 4 ,'. i.aeiut'tivesforu.' |)ell and called ont t tho HHaker[ to retract Revenue to-day 758,000 for the other labor. sunk immediately but t tbo erewwere i i sav ,
; .
: l IIr delegates ffollcrnando in
''t' ,i ;.. y. -J.--.- '-i iTJMJ thfl! expression. Supported( by ilonseigueur nkwtb, S25,5ooooo, ();for the >cal! year to ,At Jhxj pxapii&atiob at, West Point! ed. : (l'tUill""C'4
\, I :i Dfdckm of the KanrrW Cburt iu Rc Strosanieyer t thu Bishop of Savannah" date nearly $181,000,000.) Academy concluded Sth .-.-. -- and ,1I111-IJl1rtutth! counties, tu
Military 011 = V
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T ** *-* I '
\I : ci: r-- h gsrdtotiaPayof3nroni. ; refused 1, maintaining that"ho wa entitled I Snell.'of ramp, b., U-cn confirmed' a ult., forty-eight out of eighty-six failed Tltm ball i H rolling. Tho anfi-roolie; nominate a ramlldnto: for Klntn rVnator V

\ We do not- pretend to question the cortttltaUonaroonstnJcUonjnvoh to express hw, conscientious opin PolicoJudgd \Vashingtou... and will IK sent bomtJt is said to have movement is destined to, asstuuo proportions from 'tbe24S4hllltti1Il t OUlrM) I Ill' Iu\I- -
I ?
ion. Ho Raid ho" Vas'tho citizen of a that will sweep) out of t'xittt'n't'-
: 1 ? 'by the Supreme The San )pouiingo treaty was rejected l been the most rigid examination ever ted to 1m held) liki \\N,'lii Tampa on ifd
; : count 'c\'l'f was free and politician, party: and clique,that standsin I
ly,hery\ opinion! ,, by 28 to 28 ; two thirds being requiredto hoMo ry
I / : / Court in regard U> the. .:pay 6f ju-: that, trained in frrtnloin'he! uould prt-" ratify. its way.-JVYto fork ,1Jcnirui.V V Saturday (I3llnlay) In Augim!, I'nx, V

: : $ rrora; but; Yfpdo gay tji.at each' ipemberof sen'o his iiulejx-ndenc'O even In tho Eounicnieal Tho James Casora has l ken ordered A correspondent of the New York _- V V and that an eurueM t rc'|uet U hereby:
BURNING 'J'ESSESSEE.-The .
I ; the court was pecuniarily interested I ig I Council.FORTUVATP to New Orleans, to convey three iron dads World elites that it is understood in Ilad- Tennessee OF TIIK between made- to the Htrnaiido (.'';lion to nm -' ** 1 ..'.._- to Key West.DisnaUhes. lent circles in Washington that the President steamship {running
\ that construction. ,, and that the ronstrnc'- Charleston and New York was burnt off promptly and) in full forco. .
> v -K. i that lIon. D. W.Yorhees will in .tiiake
I. o; Is not tu their i-ccunhrv ntcratLTleydrawtheirsa1arieafNIuthu EniTOua.A corrwpon- report July important| changes the coast of North Carolina on 29th ult. l bo held at the- -
averse, 1 That prrdnct meeting
**** \ fc lent of the Chicago Republican gives some has been nominated to Congress in tho foreign' misssimis) the Cabinet and
: No lives lost.Thnrlow .
: I interesting figures touching the Hucresdf by acclamation. the New York officers, byway of reorganization !- -_ usual polling places throughout tho county V

i .i State Treasury and! it is their individual (> leading news'paper men in New: York. 'Miscellaneous fur the fall campaign. Ministers W4'04..I.t-J. (V i<>nk>n IVnncU and on the .r th Saturday ((30th day) In Ju- V .V-'

: interest to sustain the State, credit which' Ho tells ua that James Gordon Bennett LEXINGTOX 1. General R. E. Motly and Bancroft are to be recalled, lloraro Orwfc-T, thn) r.ftl>o f'oI.klUi.t bt.4 ly inst. to choose delegates to I ho proposed V
July and known iiiuvitta in the UniUtI Statoa are
others sent in their The ;
I I !they haeiposteOocthafly done. Under who'began the )raid with &200 or cellar S300 Lee left this morning en route North.He .- i' supposed substitute for Motley places.is t -Gov. all. l>y a Kiiipilar nuuiiJe&ce, dangfiously ill County Convention,. and that the
Ann street
: dc bion StAtu bo at borrowed money, In an will stop In Alexandria for a few days. at about tho same tune.fiencral V I then chosen be instructed
l' thi crjp;"will! soon. writing on a board, Is now worth over enor Morgan. The ne.w slate fur the .V. delegates to *

: par, and of course ojl tbo. State ,officers, 5,000,000)J' that Manton, Marble who He in is fine very much improved A demonstrationwas in health andis New York appointments is to l he made I! Ilotwrt E.Loe ha* refm e<1,on behalf by the several meetings to select ,at the

1 inducing, the Judges ,of thu SupremeCourt ten )?'pat'14 ago, was"a task writer on the made spirits.his arrival great at Charlottes- out in that city after the president's re :of Mm lice to acwpt the annuity of thre County Convention suitable representatives -
over thousand dollars Mttloil her l the trtw-
from his Fourth of i njHm >y
,Instead of drawing scrip wbrth{ Evening Post at $25 dollars a week, Lt yule by the students, where he was joined Connecticut.turn July frolic in liMit of Washington CIIk.gP. Tin board how- to tho District Convention, to moot.'

dollar at prewnt sole owner of the World value, dlcton. ovf, hiM ilt-licaU-ly ftIIl|Kw.til.K iutimidiiUttltu
: some. 65 cents on thu will draw. I by Ion. GDO. H. as proposed immediately after.
at least [i0OOO0, and has an income of .-. him that they last Mlhcr to their, original
scrip worth dollar for dollar. But,what that J. The train this evening was crowded V That a full attendance of all Censor-
Raymond
75,000 a year ; Henry with passungcrs for the springs. State News.
will be ,the,result as to.t t tbo pay of county at the time of his death, was worth $300, vaUves .especially desired at the meeth

t officers! This question is easily at. weri 000 and made every nt'ofit out of the Foreign News. Ex-Gov. Walker, lion's. ,C. E. Dyke TAMPA AND TIC1N1TT. lags on 30th Inst.
I with all his MADRID, June 30.-There were slight and'W. I). Bloxham, are stumping( the .9
that Horace Grecly,'
: -t ed. With the 'cxceotjpn of. some six 1'iqet ; could not bo aoli disturbances at Barcelona yesterday, but State in the interest of the Democratic Tho II. L. MITCHELL, CMo.
enrolowness of money, weather Is hot almost .beyond en-
:Ft counties, the_county taxes will not bo auf-- out for $150,000'though ha made his entry they wore noon ,quelled. Four persons party. .lu ran ce. J. F. HENDERSON, f3e -

ficie&t to run tie county Were Woupded, _._ '
't government tnto'tbe metropolis a poor printer'sboy The papers report that cotton picking --- --

: i .' v I and.'consoijuently the county offioers, including with all ,his fortune in a small bundle HOME, July. The Pope,has orderedthe baa commenced in Marion County. No Peaches, i>anannai and figs are being CANDIDATES.
'
:rr : d,jurorerand witnesses( will draw of clothes swung on, a etk-k ; and that Cardinals to oppose any propositionto sihgns ofttme caterpillar. brought to market, and sell readily.We .
Brooks have estates set aside the infallibility discussion.A .
: James and Erastus
d county scrip, '..which, .in_ many counticg! valued at morothan $150,000' each, al committee of Bishops of all nations The lIon. Henry II. Forward, member regret to }learn that Mr. Wood's To the".ten of Hemaado(..iatIes.T. .and HUbborMXk -

-. will In short. time not be' worth ten,cents made from earnings owners of the Ex. urge subscriptions for' the relief J of the of the Legislature from Putnam County, mill situated on the Little
f Alafia waswashed E of
,
died COOGLEB.
8. *
ta tho dollar. The bo William )- Church of which at l'alatka on the 2d lost at 9 ,o'-
tax will of Catholic
estate Constantinople
; payera J prosu. ]ho value of tho clock A. M. I away one day,!last week. Brrksil1e, ia reiih1)y DOlO-
I compelled to pay the. State rash, or its Oullen Bryant, of the Evening Post, suffered so terribly during the recent con V I iiuUed M a Ctnilitbto at the *p-

is estimated at from $000,000( to 8800, flagration.LOVDOX. The Quincy Journal nays : "Indepen Mr. J. P. Andreu is keeping too at proat'hlDR.lootioD to represent V
I uquivalcnfor o jnthc(
1 I oormous salaries purpose of the Stato( p officers! 000, and the income of Henry C. Bowen July 1. The Times of this dent Loin: Wilson and Bill Keiidrick are his Saloon on the river. Ho propose to I thww Counties in the Bteto MANY 8)o.FUIENDa by: V

1 is r put!,down at from $90,000 to $100,000 morning has an editorial article on the going it blind, and betting their thousands keep a good supply all !. Bro TiD Florid. My U 1S7U.

\ \ : i(I 'but,. .wben they- ,.come_ to, recvivo .pay, fur ....._ Cuban question, wherein it praises the on "nary'. iwir.W summer. I .
: ir own Bcrvices; I. as jurors flfle&efl, prudence, and forbearance hhown by tho l'ECSOSAL.-lwv. n..L Eramiing
: I Birching Young Ladles. 0 I' learn that only three companies To the of. Florida. .

; & -;.Ujey wilj,roouiye it In coupty scrip I Under t the heading of"Birch '.Vorturos;' American government in Cuban affairs, have 111"1\ organized for the Urigadutu IKSctnnmanded lion. Charles Moore and J. p. Hender Votn.IhereTannouneemyieIIM a )
and the resolution
I ,,; *at 4 t n ctiU iq tbo dollar. This io an an account watt given in tho Swulty 1'osL expressed particularly in the recent judicious message of President by General Walls. son, Esq. left for Now Yon on the Dill, R nuul,1t..o(1inrt at the' *n-. :

.)tge. upon the people of Iho) Stat", a few weeks since, of- the style of the cor Grant. Ex-Governor James E. Broomn and Col. Ferris has received fin let ofHowe's WO of. Nut phtl txl to- ,
a
4 : I an f &bru'J't'I'Iltr.1tl 1 upon them iitherby petal punishment in vogue in many; niece have opened: an elegant private jpjKirt whole Ml ll''til parlf the V V
( .LONDON July 1.-John Paelergill & ty. I iatAIl[ < >" raj attI :
; } \o_ Supreme Court, or tho Constilutional KnglKsh: wluiols. A story ID told now ofa Co. with a, largo American trade has i )uarJing house on Stu\eaut, Square! in Se\\ing Machines: which ho will u1sve1s.1'ititit of>the J'HnUr' the SUta :
I f1 npirStvd girl who, in one of theno schuolrt, the city of New York. dispose of at reasoiwxblo! prices. These "hii-limi! ilV1teoIf I tliirty-fivo 1'1 anJ a--
Convcn and Jn either it into lbuidaLlun.IunLlN .
t < i911 cuse gone pnMienuu aiul n uain ha y.
of the tim !
regulations
broke some jn-nal !"lati.nit
1 machines: A l.heavy I.
: Perpe-iratcd. tho Radical ; July I.-The Agricultural lal At the meeting which came off at Cal- lire & r
: was : J ; party ; ty of which was: whiping.. Slw relielksl ,
: ; 4: by that.party: : which Las, promised us reform and refund) to submit to t 1&0 castiga- l llOn.'" are attempting destroy t the mow lahan of on this Saturday l last t, Mr.I .J ns. M. Bennett raim buvo) fallen throughout W. J!. KENPRICK.Jnno9th .
1 city was nominated for the
machines. 01.\hnmkro', .. \
f ; in pur Slate governments that lion. Her parents were written t to for ing Senate t the surrnnnding country for t tho last ten -
party and Mr.
; la\id ( !
Ogilvio for thu
t' r to restrain her. She being MADRID, July 1.-The Duko Mont- -' .-- _. -- ... ,- .- ---
which reduction of tax- permission Assembly. These days. Tim waters aft
Ijas promised a ; nominations were are very high and V
in his for the
an olTiwr's! daughter, word was ponsier,persists cumlidancy llrwburrti5rmcut5.\ )
Nov Uiia made with great unanimity and we 1 trust the roads almost .
ea, sauio l lart-this, party sent that discipline must IN enforced; throne.CoxSTASTtN'orLK. are impassible. VV
will command the support of citizen = = : = VI
which baa said to thu tax payers, you S.IIP must iwign herself t., the piinisbmcnt. Jnly.-Buchaner, a every -
who desires! to see men of honesty Gov. Keed huts offered $1,000 rewanl
must dm* In good but She would not yield, and therefore Hungarian Jew who was recently New Goods
". pay your money, appointed and) integrity put in office.-Fmmndhm for the apprehension of Samuel t <:reen.It .-
,). 7uZi receive that which Lt due you inuounty 1 was forclby tied down, exposed| and Consul at Bucharest, has rmived Island City. ,
ht that this scoundrel i i.i in Manatee
llagellated. As a father i enalty for mutiny his exequatur. Buchauer was appointed may -

; scrip, worth? ten.cents i iu, thu dol- sho was compelled to spend her vacation -I during the recent massacre hoax. l>r. Sears, general agent of me Fea- county, and if ho is he should bo ar I UST KKCKIVKD: pr rt uncr Florida from

fJ "lar., is again! btrforu the. people* asking their at. school. She wa sixteen years I'\IUS, July 1.-There is no apparent hotly fund, has made the following offers rested. J New York nfuIlbUickof

'support, and- prumiiIga i they have: & of ape, and the insult and indignity offered diminution in the small pox. towards Florida tot'h..ul : St. Angustine

/ '8oHu. many good things! for tho future ) her womanhtiod: rankled. With a young $lOOO, ; Jacksonville 1,000 1 ( ; Tnllahaa- The schooner Gco. W. JHU, Miller- DRY GOODS
way she conceded PARIS, July />.-Tho Constitutional, a MO.b 1 1,000' Monticello $700 V
miJ >man a ; Apalaelii-
cousin, a >lui ; mIL'tt'riI, (l for New York on Mondaylast
Iut.if tho of Florida
people again, for Soizjng the opportunity semi-official organ says that the (toveriiinent cola: $.riOfi( ; I'.irl.nv $::ort ; Lake City

.allow thjuuisdves to be bwindlcd, by the plan t u hen revenge.the.,household were ,abroad and would consider Spanish enthronement -I S..f(00) ; ( nin(')' $(;o( ; Madison $.iOO( ; MarianimloO. with a cargo of cedar shipped by I. IIOOSIEUY. NOTIONS, .

Radical] i arty, ,thoy cant with all the the matron alone, obedient to a signal, I of J'rincu Hohenzollcrn as a uu.< A grant from the fund of 1'lumenthal & Co. t t

lights rorot.bem. have only .tuvmsdve) *: the midshipman' was on hand, and UNHH- I naw to France. ,300) volumes of text book bun also The schooner JrrltiTiStilT Johnson
,
led and the matron down.Tlieu .- General Prim and the Prussian Minister been pledged.HIGHWAY. BOOTS SHOES. J
to strap
gag -
to blanra. master arrived from Cedar
Keys
attended Minister JOllivier's bammct. on yesterday -
/ he li-'appcanil, and the young laily, :i I ROBDEKT.-At Fernandi- ,
.
Tbo early departure of the Itut ian Em- bringing as Mr. Geo.
- api'n |-ria1ing the same instruments 1 ) na on 2Sth ult., Mr. John Darty of San(- pasheifgers lUTS, CCOCKEKY.
HOW"AN HONEST BOY is PCXISIIED., with which fcho bad) l eeii torturetl (leather bassador caused comment many asserting derson, was, approached from behind and) Blum, Mrs. S. Mitchell and four l'bihll't'n.
-We,should think, says tbo Journal vjVummcrce I hat Franco will have just cause of
that tilt of the Navy lliongs); with all her utrengh 131,1I felled to the ground with some blunt weapon and Mrs., VJf. L. Mitchell and sister. I --
Secretary war if llohcnzollcnV candidature is press Tinware.HARDWARE
tIt bare of her wstructor. -
I hem upon person by seine or unknown. .
- blush at. tho division person jn-rsons
bybicb ed. Late interviews with the
would
yentenlay
whomsbo then loft toregain liberty Col. W. C. Jr. &
Maloney
I 1m, lum excluded u truthful and uoblcbcartud Kmperjr, tho Minister Foreign Affairs, While helpless and stunned from the effects Lady arrived -
as &ho could, while she sought thoIlrlJh'dilJU of the blow ho robbed of ) the Margaret. The Colonel departed
4i young Virginuui'fmiu tbo Naval and thu Spanish Kmbassulor: resulted in was everything on V
who
of uncle. Her n-lati\e.
k Academy. This lad, BaUwiii Alexander an an cnergetw, vote of protest to the Prussian of value on his person. next day for New Orleans, and ,
was: rich and powerful, appearing to cen
by naiuo, not yet wie'nUvn years old turl''an espoused her cause, negotiated } asador, who ileparted imnuMliately The FrecdnicuV Bureau in this state Mrs. Maloney is stopping at tho Orange

was apN| .>Jutod a n.i\al) cadet by Kepresentativo with her: parent, ami finding her embittered for Ems, to meet tho King of Prus Ill) longerexists. By orders received from (Grove Hotel. Groceries
GU H4", of tie: !eighth, Virginia did- sia.' Washington Gen. Gile ,
against them and unwilling to roL the' commissioner i ;
a' .
r trict. His, eaaiiilnatiou was perfectly' satisfactory turnbouie.. finally adopted her. A well informed correspondent says i is directed to dOll up his office and turnover Cut T. S. Coogler i is nnnounog ? as a This Icing our own RelationCft antIl.nght fnr V .
but asked L
when
in ceryay ; / ... that Prince Ix'ojxild of Hohcnzollern, has the property in his posossion, In>foR' andidato for tho State Senate in this, the ..li. 'HOin' nnMtil 1 t.' Htll thoKune for kwj a
'to takethti Ut oath und swear_ that be formerly' acccptnnho'Spanish t : Crown.- I the 1 ISth 1 inst., and to report for duty at than c\t-r offcrctl in tliin) nuukt since the war
never sympathize with and eoinlenane- Thc honor of the German flag has lately hington.-L.llilJll.. JM district_ in to-day's paper. Col.Coogler ). lie: t.uru tuiii gist usa '\lt
The Government of it .
l tl the, rulfllion, the inmost\ youth could I Urn asserted in the Chinese water by English; approves is a clover gentleman but we HIm .V KI.Ol'l'}: mUItG. a

:, ,. not, and would' not \]o it., Though hut a the North German man-of-war Hertha.A .- but France still objects.LONDON GoNE: Al>KOAD.-It is reported that think beforo the November election ho "". V f

little, child \bon the war broke out, ho communication daie l April 4th states L, ,July C.-Tho Morning Post o'u. LlTTLKKlELl: has gouo to Eurov.| will
retire from
the
did,foul a sympathy with Hie southern that about eight days before I the Gazelle has a telegram dated at Tetinzin, Juno )'- (-tiltS for Florida 8s in Now unequal contest. Wanted !

_cause, and the actors in 'it, and not. even ho
: for the coveted prize of a cadet xhip would I i hookas the commander of the Hertha massacre of ,Christians by the natives of Frankforfwill) bid) higher. At all events, George' 151am br icwived a large
Pekin on the 21st. Tho Count DoKocheCbavort tbo General Li bound stock of gooda from New York, WhICh he rot1oflIV\
; he tell a lie. Those who )propounded' the wa informed of the fact be gave chase on giving tlvosa mar :

oath only looked on probably as a matter and succmleed in capturing ,the junk and .the French Secretary of Legation -II keUs a trial. 2futis tomw, as FaUur oflers: at cxtrem<.ly low i ric's. Ho has WOKS, vnnUx) ol alt

of form in his '.-'. He migbt have its crow. Tlw latter were brought to and a number of priests and Sistersof lUcillE used to loay.l'rid brought something that will please the ladies ppnul.-K. Wo will i\y from 2 tn., 1 jcviita' iu caah V
: for Mofx. according Uiijni&iy.ULUM _
,taken it without doing anything wrong, Hong Kong on the 3d ult. Tho Consulof Mercy were slaughtered. The cathedral but will ,
tell
we not what it is.
,
FLORIDA &
burned uud) number of Kus- 88 IX AUKET.-'Irila Sa KLOVPENBVWLTampn _
was a
:according to the estimates ;"of human the North German Confederation was
2 iaii9 killed. were quoted the New York Stock exchange They must go and sec for themselves.See July 13th. tf.
stood
I judgment. The mere raising of his right hure taken on heart) and the Hertha V V
band tho kissing of tho book would out for After being duly tried the on 201 h in.'IL. at .i'J cents. Thesewe
or sea. General News.
notice of L. G Dennis U.
8. Internal
c t take it the S bonds -
are
jH-rJivnt. recently
I ,t'aye giyen him tho cadetship, and no (pirates were condemned and executed, Look Here Teachers!
At an i-vaccination meeting in Revenue .
_ have i Issued to the Jackwiivile, and Pensa- Collector, in to-day's pa.icr. .
rArthly censor would ever challcng- and tho Hertha proceed on her way to
d his rectitude in the act. Shanghai and Yokohama. London, there were many speakers who cola and Mobile Hailroad. Fortyninecents [ Parties who owe the government Demons denounced vaccination in the J. Pabhc Sch H>ki of lolk (bnntytonppearhoforethebonrt1ofaid
strongest is rather low bid fur *n>rw jaiml
> But Baldwin Alexander.could! not ntte I. a 8 )per cent any taxes would do well to meet Mr.f Dennis ) l County at
t'rms and urged Parliament to repeal the bonds but ,
and so because of tins listening to gold ; perhaps they were put on in this Riu tow, onSotorvlay tho Cth day of AngnRt ,
a lie| ; ,, laws the place on 18th or 19th of this _
The of Indian has subjectA
.tbo voioo of the monitor within him, hoI probability an war on the market as a feeler. They are evidently next at 10 A. M.,'at the Academy, for exami. ,
been very much strengthened by the re no jro.-Ib.. month. By doing so they may cave tio&1M the Uv direct -
from the dearest
is shut out hope is
I to-day trial, which said will be one of -
from Satisfactory ocrtifloftt of moral dianoter
et.rt1on'or dispatcher General Sneri.dan much trouble and will 4'j-
:of'hia young life. Tho! lovers of Ingenousness announciog'th considerable bodies the most gigantic on record, is about to A WONDERFUL CURE FOR CnoLIC IN expense By giving be required nakea personally known by one or. amore :'-"

and truthfulness in youth will of Indiana, are moving across the UmonJ'adtio take place in Hungary. The accused are HORSES.-Take your horses to the water public notice and personally attending in of tho board '. .

be pleased' to learn that there arc ,Republican track between Cheyenne and Waaatch. brigands, 300 in number, and it is expected and pour four or five buckets full on his the different counties Mr. Dennis com- Dy order of tho Bowd p Mod July U, 1870 ;.1

members themselves) in l both i lathe Houses cause who* of bavunlbtea this- I Troops are I in .pursuit of them at : that 200 of them will be condemned to pine, from the middle of his back to the pIes with the law, and those who owe tho W. B. VA&N.Boo'j Board.Bartow. ':. 'V I

Rawlins and other onts.! General Sherman death. hips. The horse seems to receive almost I government anything had better July 3d.
lad and will ask jI fneclal Congressional ,comply
advises that the line the instantaneous relief and commences looking
of ,
road be
:Mice nibbling at matches among a
legislation to relieve him of his disabilities with the law also. Sw.'V
guarded by judicious dispositions of infantry caused about for something to eat. Our friend I
and admit him t'o the Naval Academy quantity gun cotton an explosionat SEVIP I ,I \ N
', the sbi of his and, will probably reinforce) General AunuT's Hyatt's billiard ball manufactory, at Col. J. G. Pelot, now living In this vicin- tAfe'WIIO.m
without
tender soul. 'Boys of, Ins perjury kind are upon wanted command with the Fourteenth regi Albany, Tuesday, blowing out the rear ity vouches for the above remedy as having T4UTA., July, J2tb 870. W1G 'qrn:8: -wtliUve Vati

academies and all other stations t mentThe Sioux In the vicinity$ of Fort i wall and setting the building on fire. cured every case coming under his MB. EDITOR.-Aa there seems to be the imp 1eDl6 ta bc.tii now ia'uao, can V
in naval '
observation for number of be seen In onP.PILt on. For mla tiy ,
.Fetterman have committed depredations a The 1---
years. some about V
\ misunderstanding action
of honor and responsibility public andprivate my W. G. FERBia
I should Iw "!since fWd Cloud's return from Washing The Demimonde of New York had a remedy Is so simpl and easily to be apItUt'lJ 'in the Democratic Convention JnIyl2th,1870. ,' Agent- u
and wo willing to sec of the
.a- ton. These, and other fac 18))lead the officers ball at Elm Park. All the theives, gamblers that we hope no one will permit his ,
pong devote a week, if, nerd bo, to of the army to believe that a general prostitutes and low politicians of stock to suffer where a cure is always so party of this district at BrooksvilleIn '

'*-:-, I passing a special act that would b.ow toLlni ) Indian war Is eminent. the city were present. The crowd numbered near at hand.- Lice Oak lic raid. 1969, I desire to say that there FAIR NOTICE :
the thinks of __
L .' what nation ,veracity asa and the
.-. 10,000, scenes were the was no agreement mado me T HEREBY ,-
for ca.ldtlhiv-'nA infinitely by on FOREWARN an periocs &oc .:
qualification
: most disgusting and personal encounter occurred between
disgraceful
witnessed
\. superior to all tho miserable tost oaths PWCKT FOR GEIKT.-A ,Washington in. that vicinity. ever Mr. C. L. Tanner and Mr. It. 11. Aber- the part of Jlillsborough county, that the 4 me Interfering on {he AUfla with any I win of the proeecoteail kodto )e1ocging

-jt which aro set like so many traps to cakh ,lctU r says : The majority of t1e committee cromble, at Camp lwo on the 9th inst. next candidate of the, party should bq tiea tjwspiwBlt 'to my prow TtT. pel-V V ,

: the bonor and conscience of Southern 't in the San Domingo investigation Grea.t excitement prevails i Madrid. in arising from a quarrel and abusive language from Hernando county. Such a pledg i. 1ANEBmTII.
(
.1 H '! eil" ,boss Let uu trust that a discussion wrote a letter to the President on Monday, oop equcnoe of the discovery of a plot to offered by the latter which :. Ycirmeziy JaDe 1bnb.

-" i iW of this cam* will [bring Congressto I inquiring if In had authorise*! that part blow up the powder magazine of thu for- in the serious if not fatal wounding resulted of Mr. was not., necessary to harmonize action in. TapJyV11th) V V two

:' : consider the iujuli(! and absnnlily of of thi proU col which pledges the private tress of Gibraltar. }' niaui m supposed I Ito Ainbcrcrombiu through ,the bowels with the Convention, and If made, would hate

f I 4 longer'postponing t that eppfal! amnesty influence: ol General; j rat to i ho tied upon be at the bottom of the conspiracy.I pistol shot. Intoxication i attributed to been entirely without authority from th?

.", ': |.u wbivji thn Soutli w now cntitlt-d,$ I by ev- meiuliers of Congress to wvure the The ringleader has been arresU-d. Tho be tho cause of the difficulty, though the Democracy) of lllllsborough county.Mr. .- For Sale !

I orf-locWd! : politiial and prudential i l reason, ratification' !of the ("'At'I'hlt Presidentireplitidby Cortes has closed for tho summer. \. I latter, only, is said) to havo been effected and
Ljkes others who acted with
:: l ; and' t.a stop to an InquKtorial! : infamy I 1 letter tho following! day thnthe tion. in that man ner. Abwrcrombio has improved -. mojn Tht' IlUtJACribtT baa on hand lame atoek HOM.

- which now exclude many of the l best gave.' General Baltcock 'authority to Spotted Tail's favorite wife died last very rapidly during the last tbreo', that Convention will doubt S agree (Snw. and ripi) which he will dinpojw of

Tv.; peyple of the South froiu taking part in lU.lk" the pledge, and he (General Grant) Monday just; before bo and hw party: reached days und his case reguarded favora with: mo in this particular.THOMAS at l.rtl'renHonaMo, in price Th hnwt are of good
order '
very 'uo..1
Itt gavfiraotHut and' oileM preiuiuurt for Li rcinilikt' for a''l l, 1 the,. "slipuLitiow hi tho agency. All the preswitj' gh'cnLiw' ble, though his condition is very critical. K. SI-ENCEK, For further porticulara and,irfwtly addmi mntle. V 1

hypocrisy and perjury. "tLi 1.rllt..I'J.I. by President Grant aud others he .-Mariannei Courier. WUL DESllONn,
1 lJt'lt'cuttl from H (t' July 2J. 18ill, :w.
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: 1 u. S.;'i: 'Revenue' Notice. JUl5ttU4u1' 1l5I ara 1 8SPRING '7 0' ---_.-_ -1tg..-,-c1'bl1tttir---- .---..tnt5.J- J..,- .. .. -- fl1i5a./ r N_ w .f, 1*

"KTotioe I*Jwrcby circa, that the TaxeH on lo; 1 1 1 Shoo !" ,. .l'

ll Watches.ooiaesnaUxea. ::.Plate'and, dating Ifilhard l!)'Tables 9 ;'on (Carringc on LandMarch I W.IJ1NrJII. "'I. JUST UnC J C')' lr ) n Fly :

lat 1$70.spoeial (License) ,Taxesfor, '

\, the bJW.I.l'anDuI.year commencing Inmnucr May 1st, on, annual 1870. aBHcssod colloct-.I'.20,000 -HI PER,Steamer consisting Florida in part\ choice cf:' lot of Grocer DON'T' DODDER ME;. !L] ., .- "

: J'' r fag list tor,,fh0 several counties of this district I '.'. '
,. hare beootnedae: and payable.I For HOME US SUMMER.Latest Self Raising Flour Choice Family Flour, 'I'
wffl be at TAMPA, on the 18th and 19th By LBLUENTH00'Sale \ For VIGIL I am, going to see I : lKe .... I :;
Lard,
each tax- Pork '
_>brtttepatpoeeof reoci1ing with'1a .: : ,
has Just arrived fI'omNew Orleans1 ,
1' .
Cheese, :
I &-t-dlt 1tiJ1 be.served upon all 'pcr ons- for Cstrirtion.TWILL Hardiueswilles well Ivcted stock which he. seat J 1.? ... .
>oaglee og 10 make payment within the above (\ Starch. prices.: His block coiuta of .. ,'.
VMdfiad time. and lor the issuing and service x
.... thereof, a foe of twenty our. ana four cents SELL at pale onto the high. Cbffee, Potash "
.
.. traveled in tho 1 )aBortow / door in DryGoods
: for eachjnfle actually serving ct bidder,before D Cour _
same, grill.l*.t 3arged. .It payment! be not Polkoounty.la, at ro'IOC' LOn Sea Moss Farine, CknnoJ Fruits, Condensed l .t t .- '.I'-..
of New Fresh Goods. .
made Cithta ten,days from service of demand.warrants Y Arrival Milk, Tobacco Fancy and'' Washing Snap -

issued for of the distraint collection against cl unpaid property taxes will withih'e bo MONDAY 1 18th'JUZy,1 Plantation Bitters, and Vinegar'Bitten CROCKERY' "WAttE,.., _, : ',,, '.. <... .:iIIJI
..
additional,and interest at the A ,
per certain V -
cent month,besides cost and of the Eatat- -- 'READY-MADE CLOT 111 N O,- -
tale of one per per Tho following descPed pro'y AT WHOLESALEAND We also baTe on hand Dry Goods, and every: S : .
: of distraint., 1.illtiLoro noun
expenses of Into .1Iillon W. ;bacon, BOOTS & SHOES.-
J
By order ofHoratio t1.11ont'L" dec'd twit; thing generally found in a First Class Store.. : .
.. ') Jenkins Cot IntBcT.'Dwt of FIB.y .
LEONARD Q. DENNIS. Ono certain, Fla.markl Btoo of and cattW bra!as>nJt'follows in' Polk: W. G. FEKRIS. CG county
'
Deputy Collector- Agent. And a huge supply all kinds of ,
I July 12th. IOTP. tf '
Tampa June7th 1870. ftPAINTS .- ::1
3 Groceries t. : I ;

: JUST R E eEl V E D. .. :E& ::E: -r & ::1: :E.: 1 I 1J ", '. -;.;';:. .'',,.

made iru 1J mtflidn f.. Giro him a call and he will Bell yon Goods : ; :
:t':1<' ., coat 81n2 20altrodmnlSole I cheaper than theyfcan be bought elsewhere in "5 ': ';:;
fur di button the city. Ho a good IUIII01tmen&and you can : : X ,:F.;
paid tat January :,
'Der ttaboooerOeo. Terms Othird t' f' : ....; ':
. W. Din. from New York :- BY OILS&C. find anything you wnt *.
,I '",. aUrgtandweQaoleciodStockof: the btJanoo frtwo an M:2DERSUN: "w.o. ,'<. ; ..
WDl. I -
; : r A EM.II,"W Johnem, .,- ."
h 4 J th,"J- td Blumeiitlial Co i '
Tampa gO Received
t --
rocclTod i'
Having Reoentiy a fine largo ad- -
4 to my former stock I am prepared J ....
DRY GOODS OnTwelvePlcttd Come All. to sell for cash article \ ;;
Come
\ j that can STEAMER FLORIDA a cheap and* :
DRUM
bo enquired for In tho LINE. Among PER assorted Stock of Merchandise consisting .t .... j ', --ff
11TUBT I tho articles for sole in Store the following .
New Orleans.J many my .', $
Boston and _
I for One DollarfromCthuly RETURNED from tho Mftrkete of New York rhlliwlclphin few Tiz ofFlour ; : """i
are a "
l. We have pirn-ham in addition t .I i I C'8 to get' good and chap Lino of STAPLE DOMESTIC DRY GOODS, such as Raw and Boiled Linseed Oil Soap, Tobacco,' : ; .;
.HARDWARE Now IS nm ( Twelve daya oWl,' Spirits of Turpentine, Candy. Cheese, 1, -..,.,
1 IAliI W OBJbABURG, DENIMS STRIPES I'R/NTII OIIAMS, {SHEETINGS, SUIRTIXOS A variety of Paints, Astfted Paint Broshee Soda, Shot I : ;
> ; ,SACE VOGEL LIlt'SEY8.,BOUTIJERNIIOMF 1'UN, YARNS Ac. .Varnish and Varnish Brushes' ,: Brooms, Plows and Point&4 < ; t ,

: .. rro&og r phers, Sewing Machine Oil, Bock Potash Alpacca Braid, Astor Collars, -. -v ,
two Window Glass Liter Invigorator .HoseHoopskirts.. ;t '. .; .

G.R: OCERIES I : June arth,iff_ I of Dress Goods Hemboldt's Dacha Gelatine, Cbooaine, Lace Veils, Damask Kirkland Towels, ;-. ,. 't.: --_
,. Latest Style Hypophosphates of Iron. Soda and Lime, Linen Checks Plaids Stripes, J.. "
1 Stoves !IJ Alhambra Oottonade,
*, Stov" Plantation, Hostetter's, Hart's Vinegar x '
Jeans, Denims, Tweeds, ;
"
and Smitn'a Tonic Bitters ... .
'Bach as Lawns Cambrics, Jaoonetta. Swiss, Challiea Organdies, etc etc., 'with a full assortment Kaliston, Florimel Amoekeag Ticking Osnaborga.. U : f :

BT -Be(..:'pr SchoonGeo.. W. of Trimmings, CarboUo Acid, Rosadalis Ac. Domestics. Fish Lines, ., :f r "..
DiD frog.York; a Jot If yon are in need of anything in the Drug,, Corsets Ac, I .'
*
MON1R and l'H< NCootof -. Line call at my Store and get a genuine article: I. G. COTACEVICH.Agt >:, \ I -
'.
L. G. Covacevich tin of Ccut's Autumn l April 6th U ;
full
,, :. ingStoves, ( Ming, F. BRANCH. :-..i '
For ea10 '
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C. L. pBjgfjEjjg. Tampa June Hth 1870 .

Agent f.r JOHN MILLER. lImO 25'- tf FROM NEW YORK ; : "

,j. .'t'.. DiD OD of Partnership!' 30 Cases Boots and Shoes 1 FULL ASSORTMENT ,: 'I

mIlE UNDERSIGNED baa just received a
f j. t:. "The Dry Goods. consist in part of the follow Joni A. MCXIT.ETNEESmr OF JL Superior lot of CLOTHING consisting of .- f
I ing artklus f lOUX DAIG. J .: i

J. i. A Bplendid lot of SUMMER CW11IING.if TIlE tho nndcndgncd heretofore, under the existing firm Drap d' etc Coats, Bill Merino pants -
Indies Fine Combs, Mimes Combs Carpet IARLINO.McKAY., is hereby dia- Hen's Ladies Misses Hiss, and Children's Wear, from the most reliable manufacturers. t' i.t.I ...

:<-. Uuiag Actor and Eade_ Collar, Mon's p an- BolTotill porsons indebted to said firm will1WI.1w4cdWo I FALLAND Alpacca ** Cream Dock '. '' .
u.r..ue.: .Whi.- Kid GlotC led without' delay to11r. White Duck" Cottonade II .
payment t
7b Doz. HATS for MEN liOY'S nnYOJTll'S\ .
a Cotton lores,Noria Skirts, Playing Card A. Grass Cloth Alpaca c I .
;
DoD Bound Combs, Dressing Combs, Metal Mchay.JOAN DARLING, Brown Linen :.. }I
Back OomL) ,Pocket combs Silk and cotton JOHN A. McKAY Undershirts, Hickory and White Linen Boom .
head NeU, Wood PijwR, Copy,Jooks, Lotto Flo., Juno 23d. 187a 4w. Shirts, Ac, Also i
Paine Bill l*apor. pitacl-framed' Umbrellas LaJios HATS, TRIMMINGS, MILLINERY GOODS, Etc. New Style Hats far Gentlemen, Boys andLadies. ;!
Parlor Fans, W Spellers. Dam Arith- t
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mastics Smith's English Grammar's, \fiLIon's '. 1 :
t. llooders.IE T M CEDAR .MILL. Which bUe are respectfully invited to
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-AS80IiTMENT'OF CLED PROPOSALS are inufc-d to Jut I J call and Prices please
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title: ,to furnish and il(liver near our Mill,I % % C. L. FRIEBELE, .
!-; ( J NiO CYPRESS STAVES, to bo 31 blebs Tampa April 12th t

;, 1 inched wide, 1( inches thick. Purtic-, -
Boots &
Shoes, rt can bo ascertained by addruutang tho uurfgnod. GOODS BEST INDUCEMENTS ;.
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L ELUMENT1I.VL & CO. -
I Batehcfcra. Brogans, Q GenU fine Sbmtt, Boys Fine' and Common %Q JUST RECEIVED BY ., !
$hn t &;Tadiea Common and fine 8boo Mi by q "
; common and fine Shoos. Gents finishedHARDWARE boost : STEAM SAW MILL. '
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LI 25 Firkins of Prime Lord
HAVING s: ,
ptvparul: to saw Lumber for build- E. A. CLARKE & CO. a a .5.,
CoReolot.trom "tm ,
Smoothing Irons. 3 pts UBtnlerr ::I Z
iu quantities to unit.L t4
ng l11U'101ICti 10 BUS of S. N. Piko'a Celebrated ,
I land j Whiskey's -3 -
fits<< Co&.t from to6 rU COOO Pounds of Clear Sides Bacon, t1 '- -
j Large Milk Pans Steel Blade PlantA' BLUMENTUAL.
cups --o .- tc
1Ld, ltra w Bound..Backets, IVdntod Dees Tampa, Juno, 8th. 5-tf. COO buBshcls Prime white Tennessee Com. : .
oedat WaA T lw, Grind Stones, She* 10 Barrels blocs Pork, ti .. < i i"s
Well Buckets, Pnddad Haines ." ='
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Assortment DeLainea 1 "
gpadoB. Fine Calicoes :;
d 250:;( Bushels Primoliite and Black Oats.
Honw enlkuK. Banns, Bar Lead, aao* TAMPA CED.1R\ MILL 23: Boxes Western Reserve Cheese 11. Challeyt. Alpacca, Bleached and Brown 'Fi 0 03 f
Shut, Ponder. 11aU4 Spoons, Trace c0- : Cotton Oanaburgs, Jeans Caw mere Flannels, "tI.) = = :
rota from fi to 14 \llmuti'Io'J'! 50 Boxes of == a 0 l'j
oodar Churns Kerosene
g 10 Sacks of Rio Culwx and IjOgnira ColTix Oil, Brown and White Kentucky Jeans!, Hickory
UMlabaUowOTenH, deep and shallow i pctIi EALED-PROFOSALR are invited to July Ticking,Ginuhama, Striped Domestic = r
Stripe
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Fry IVuis,Sl.....n and cow IWla, Well *?'*. O l..t, 1S0' to fnrnihh and lfh\r at our I 30 Barrels of asriortol Crackers, 25: Barrels: Irish Potatoes. ., Ladies' Hose Half floe, Handkerchiefs .. i: r- : I '

kto.4 CurD Mills Ne.U, ('(.ffe, Uardou MilK Aio ILO: 1Sharpe'a '".kL'II"'a, liimni :.r;,HXt CyprenB IORS, in quantity of 100) 10 Kegs of Po dur, 5 Dozen of J. S. Levervtt's Axes, Ribbons, of all descriptions tfcc. Ana r r- &: 1.l 1-- .
mired npwiu or A Sue lot of t:' ;.,
Saws, Clocks curry COmbs Tea SlOlfKLIII.omus 1II1UU't''iX 0X9 fin,t long. Particulariicanbcnsccrtuinod -1:GO bags assorted sizes Lc Roy Shot, 5 Kegs of Goshen Butter, 0 > .t-'j: ,,- -
Kpoctadea. Eye Claw**. Kitchen Sto by adilrcwtdn UK. y ,y .
&ovo Bedsteads and chairs, IIcndf.Madc Clothing, .. I
L BLUMENTHAL&CO. .
And in fact a large and varied Stock ofPlantation .: -
Juno fifch. i 7o. 4-tf. J -
Tampa r ;:s -
GroceriesIn ; "

Notice. I i lie BOOTS and SHOES, Hats I IAT

his Grocery Department can found. Sup P s, New Goods !

i 43am. Oata, Hay. Mess Pork t n'1 .MD. 1 PERSONS indebted to Dr.H. R TODD, I I I .
.Salted Ikoon. Sncar carol lIam Liverpool Q. by note or otb'n'w for Mwhcino. and \u THE
.Salt", Caret Wine, Kero cneOi1.8'Allttpire. lYuOutttdonalMTviecsor<< nn any other account, HARDWARE.WOOD
: 'Assorted candy Soda, Mustard,fdinex.Lc! will plucuw' call at my office iu Tampa and set- To suit the wants of our people nil of which has boon neloctod with tho greatwit of caro, and :: t
Rio(Jnfrtteo Pepper, chewing P' 8010- tlo tho 1IIWlC.a will IM sold CHEAT Voli'AS!! Culliuid Examine onr Stock and you will find almost anything -- -
i king ToWwoo can Peaeh aw.oo; l'ickl.o JOHN DARLING, Agent you want, and we will gu.irunteu)satisfaction aa our goods aro new froah and staple, New Store ,
.01et'8P. Milk/Butter Soda, Suge.nd In ion Tampa Fla. May 2Stn, 1870, U and sold at.popular prioui. ( 4
w ,Crack eru Ac.Allofwhichwfflbosoldatri". L BLUMENTHAL&CO. 1mQ1M) W 9
<1 "103' 1a removed to my New Btare/r(ro:
NOTICE Having to furnish the public with ay
for all WAR they need in my line, and cheaper: to
The IBchcst Market moo wile' BiTcn OWNERS or Claimants of the following thing elsewhere, I have Just reo
U property will phase come forward and can be purchased .
kindaof pay
t 4 I char'; *; or the same win bo Hold on Saturday, -sraK1: "tied. Flour. Com Liverpool and Bay 81 Soda-,
ir.th July, 8* iQ A. M., for account of whom it <91nslJ & ijin. Irish Potatoes, Onions. Corn Meat Grits Starch --
.Sftlt,
Poduce.Tampa Cheese. Coffeo Lard.
Crackers
.Country may concern
Powder.
nt&C Candles, Matches. Shot "
3 Boxes Tobacco
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Laudanum, Para.
Juno 28th.1870- 1 Bngpy and Harness, SADDDIERY gone and Camphor. ''

s I! 1 Box Merchandize. W. f J. FERRIS, 5000 Ibs of Dry Hides A Fresh supply of Also, a splendid Asssortmeat of ,

Agent Allianco S. S. Line, \
,- Tampa_Fla Juno 11th. lS7a: t --- FAMILY .t-
GROCERIES <
HIGHEST PRICE PAID L XLUXESTUAL Fowls !
Batter '
0IrnabarB'IJnen.
Calicoes, Shirtings, Sheetings 11
Bed Ticking Hickoryflrip< Denunft ,-ff
SCHOONER GO W. DILL, from TWILL PAY $8,00 per Dozen for good Cheese, DeLainea tfco ,
PER folkingftrUdoB, vuJiverpooi J. grown Fowla:
York the -sr r,
ROOSTERS at GOO per dozen : ,. Starch TIN-WARE OF ALL KINDS ,

Wa t. DUCKS at $6.00 to $8.00 per dozen WOOD WARE an ....
WARE
.taro TAME TURKEYS at $12,00 to $15,00 per IIARD .,
.Crushed -q-m< :. dozea, Pieties, POT-Wt1RE. ': !J
In goods at lowest cash prices. '

:,8Ureh Canned, Frnita W. G,FERRIS' Ag't 250:> OTTER SKINS Soap, 'CIIOCKERY.WABE. Y
June
Tampa 13th 1870. tf. ,
$i-0arb. +4
Navy Tolaeoo Cnekert The finest assortment tf '
Powder and Bbo..OOHE'II WANTED For which We pay tho highest Market Price, I, BLUMENTHAL 4 Co.

InGlcae 011. Tea, Coffee sash Cudlti,

.. rJE ltJ1II PLOWS 000 DC YPUF.SS1JU ShoesSplendid !
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UUU Lard, Pepper, soda, Hoitird, Spite, Lady, .

,8 to 10.) sHI1(0LE 8 -
I By C. L. FRIEBELE. WANTED All kind of Smoking and ChewwKQQQ assortment of .-

... /141; March 15th, U : .S!

.., i .PBflfSAtooatupoi rlotofO WANTED. ) ) ) a Q) QJ f) ::3,

ooz. CHICKENS 500 Deer Skins \ -
200 CORN & FLOUR I
:200 Dor. EGG8. And in fact., :yon can any thing that is epuu I i
For which the highest price win bo paid. a First Class Store, and at prices which will M
OD W A f-' And we will continue to receive by each toni h you. Give'me a calL '
4000 LBS OP DRY COW HIDES, 1Iy L BL UMKNTIIA A CO. steamer from New Orleaoa and New York addition TERMS CASH OR COUNT PRODUCE :.
to our block. Give us a call at tke .

Painted Buckets, Well I20UO .
Cfcun ,
ne o LBa OF DEER SKINS, Blue Store
_nckoUi.lt B- Buckets Brooms: Bobkots- E. F. GRANT ,
({osto of MaBoros, Ac-; : 100 OTTER SKINS February 8th, 1870.
And we will eell you Good allow as thy can
4 By CL L/FRIEBELE,, bo purchased IQ this soctioa.. -

1. I3I.AD VI A B IDa TIN WAKE Tampa Cedar Mill. TEIUIS CASH, Large Bread ., '

(:rind 8(010.Jogs,Jars an* many other or- Pans Stamped Wash. howls Milk Pans THE nab eeriber r..pee t fully latoras the a ,
Urk too Dumerous too. mcn OJ- Dish L'upd..Spoons: locket Knirori. Dippers that h. ha commuead aa.afaetar t '
'_ Tho ati.mwinbc" sold very_.Ipw for CASH, by PlatcH, Candle sticks: KKtlui, Garden ,IT E ARENOW AS HERETOFORE prepared to purchase CEDAR at our Boom fur which I OR VAltTER IN COUNTRY PRO- 102 r
jt : Trowels, Watering PoU, Match Safes Ac.aUvvcry : I' ,11'1'11I"iU pity the hixhot: Market Pnrc. Wo ,will only, purchase good Cudar, free ol, Large Bread of ..J erl.r .mlll7 ,
i worm*, .4raisht and au true. from knote and rotd'au Fresh Daily Regular cutomrs will be liberally
-C. L. FRIEBELE-. it : 'cheap, !ly -: grain ixjuatblo, and to moaaure not lea thaD' I -S
e._. -: ...:".. h C. L..FRIEBELE. ;.. ti,vui inched j>|uorc at the lower cud DUGl; lIt CASH PRICES. dol U wIth: ..... r
Ta'al+a, Juno 25th.t tf. T&mlCi, ; AIri112th.M' I. BLUMENTUAL C CO. /. FLETCSXR. ", .-- .
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.. ,. 'C"ll tlb.t'iiiu.6ul r TO 0 PDYSICAINS: 1 : 8rl QuarantineRegulatipns- --. .f Mt '( ,-. dtt. !! ,b == j.- .gill) .| DrtJrptrnl\; JF10lUDABAKERYt" I


.do 'E9RThE' Sixth Jodlcail Ctre il, State I
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.t1 DATU/S LiXEST OYEE ABSALOB. ; J 4 : ; : : t : :\ ;' That 'the FU>EIDA ': Arrival *M*!
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, 'f : > -4 < I .' -4' ; ill : J I Ii PORT ,OF TAMPA, FLA. ORDERED.er publibhed in the 'I TAMPA FLA. 1 11
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I., '., The Zing stood still V pa in fccid Circuit be and the Brpj ; -

': ., >, -eeh clled f then Utroving cff f l.. ..,___ I designated as one of the Official i.mhflread, -- '. 3 -
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'. j ', rj .'('. n., : TN ACCORDANCE witlzthe'piVisO .fan Circuit end that this order be n.S. U .', .

LI E _. -_'. fr6aa t**.'*1iiIm.1ci. -T;:'- layiag. back*- ,- :' ", .';;f" ", I "Act of the Legislature, to regulate Chanwry Order Book and that I 1 OIJg u. j! ..
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i, t ,.;, Th pan from the ttH feAtures of his child p ., ,' ..,:,4'.i :,; :' I Quarantineii approred June 19th 186V,": we thy the Editor of the PZTOSSUJLE CAKES&1. .t:.. _p-- 'Y.
t 4- Prxredhi.head$pon him, aad. forth : .._. ,, : toe underaigneU Justices of the Peace for the Done at Chambers. in the \
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this 29th November. "
of and State of Florida I 1 ;
r .X&Cbf eui1ocic.ofwoe-, I i County liillttboroogh I ton Will be.kept constantly
.,! .. : .. : Ez-umcio the Board 01 Health for the Port of JAMES. w \CEE8. a
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.., .MAlu t 7ob1.tth&t! thou tbraldst diel j I I '," I!!Tampa do enact the (ollowingREGULATONS' \ ancMQ CRACKERS on hand I .J ,
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,; Thou who vert made to be&uti.tali!/'fair 1Tiat I I ,. ,:3I < j jI STATE OP FtosroA. t ne1otofjij .. Superior Chewing 1aDdrorsateaLthc
: .' County of Ililisborough j jI" r 1 I -
death t&oold gldriou Clerk of the -
: S sett1eJnhy y% '. Ii ,' iL P. LYONS :
,.c. Aid lj -Liti&lnew'in ttij dutOring hair 1JEow I If It "-i t.1' in i pJul for the County and sale by C. L. FRIEBELE. : f

i? f- cbuld\ mark'tlieefci the t t"tomb; j I I .'. I "t. ) .' :...... For the govcrnmekt of *>aid Port for the. current da hereby cartify tbttt the fort FLORIDA. BAKEY1 1"-
r ; 18C3. !i yrarT .1 ; | ; [ l TIbt. rect copyof the triginal. ;order
NXW.YOEJC, AuguetlGth,
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:- My proud boy, Absalom I '- lr.e Bnoy oSf DLtI'cint shall be'th inmy oface: J JOHN F FLETCHER t

t ,.:'idh11mJ'if'u n. 1ITr. __a i and i tAt r 1I.t2: l.uw.. '', .: Allow me! to'cal 1.your. attention i to my I Qu&rtiittaa Ground a&d ull v\kLi arri\ing Witness, my Tampa May 19th. S E EBLACKSMjTHING -

L-oni fu y 1'ott cctsJUt tiiu !X v, ki unn tut XmuaBfty .S.J office Nov. 30th :
t4 jo taj baaop j.h T tried ft prea thee.la; { i PREPARATION :' or ifLvTort Kr: wilJt: da" this .shOre ) r-r- ric '

.EoV.woIvoiiCto/eelmjpulaesthriU : ". : .. !', M baau ;:jflju. there rjiuaiiniiiU boarded by Clerk pt Ct AD WINTER : ft-
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I, Z&cAA S&p&iafrVjetf&ig t?cUsithe .. .. : .{ .: tU i'ort LJi-ecUir, o-tctU'be' the" j ju-dga of : ,,- "
i' .h..i: Uiturj .va<.tltiuu, .d decide whither .
: *".;; .' I I .,.. ) IIj Lu 'eoov.1 bii.ui U q.o-uuiiaed or'whcther it Administrators' AND .

I : -if lad fe r,Bor rrjer--tt .Jaflier/ from,the*, j. Ii -w l-..Ju to uaa l-l UbtI. and freight tri \\ee\\m -
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dicib the 6.iJ.le.I .
1 i :.- z : : i 2J. Dt. I. J. G is TN COMTLIANCE with an .
:riJ hereby appointed
I :' A&x>Ld.lipa..F I. Abakt s I :) : ) "f t. Port i uy.ciiui: &a i iLjipectorx>f U It 4orabie County Court in and ( 0 rIinEci- pl1P4'J ( II I
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I, ;: .; PT.' bath weD thee. I thill hear the i U ,. ..I '. :roO tLill ie hin.'ddlv icLu.ja yellow Slag p la edt of Ililisborough and State of ed"i cow pre : .
1; 1g1-; 1 "* t' I I :: tlTeT/Mtfy'at Q.a.inUiie ground to reU.iui > on the 1st Monday, 4th day of to till all or- -

r (.i -. compound Extract of there v.iuh ti.nx Kgu'uitiou remain in the highest bidder in front of Sared for v ry decHption -..-
Of and
erode
the yoieea e/ the yotmg;}1. !lji.?, 8iid u .uu.i tLe Capfaias or owners door in the City Tampa, the 'of Black* f.

"' .Andilfe trill part me in the. tniatlingblaA. : > .. ) .I 1 iT'l / qI tt i.U ... uc'jis, iie"iU!> or oiiicr ciutt belong- of the Cbtate ot Matthew Chester : smithing and Wh lwrighting -
,, And the,dark tre sea to the a ft winds flung ; I I f) f' ) !f' 'I-i.: u ia I'Oii ujJ ILnbor with a copy uf I wit.The I in a style -
: .: L.t5t auu ail otir rcguUtioas that may be I Ei of S W 4, S 14, and JOHN: JA"SONS. riottobesurpa..e'1Buggy
; .BrtttioucomoTt. with thy"eet.T01Ce. thai N W 4. S 23, T 27, S .of IT'20 I
: y tll..j Uoard. Tt Making, leI :
: : \ tgu\ : I I ,. "- ,, . ,., W. boats, iigLtrrs,'or ttbaclsofany+ A kind 160-35-lOO acres. '. _.ll W p 'j ( rr'r' .
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6 t. 1 .' 9l. I ill b4 allow td to communicate with any"vessel And the \5T| of the S E I and \XG OPENED (O S. I n uooe on nratonaoiv ,ierni Ilorws c. *1 It I : ;: -
before sue Las been botudcd > the Port the S W 4 of Sec 23. and the N io.ita.my.. >d.j the pJb- friends
; by 'iitotrient' notice. I am'thankful to .
I .0;. otph,! .whealamstricien.. ,end my heart,: t.J .t. Phyuciau acting an Inspector, or afterward 4 S 26, T 27. R 20 E, containing call and examine. b pur.ing tl.. for their* part patronage.and hope my thev will ": : ..
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.745k kdreedi1waith1gtobehroken,1p if t>he i is placed in Quarantine, unleM underwritten acres. MT good. ba .ilee" boughfor calL -
r How yin its' lore for thee as I depart permit of BaJd Port Phjbician or in And the N W 4 of the S W 4, 'ther.are'sold'ai' IM' 'my esrf'bc give Inc a ILKRAUSE. 7 .
of the S W 4. S 23, T 27, R 20. I iu lliiu market. \l0f\ .
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I ;1 Yearn for thine car to drink its. last'deep to- the manner provided by. law nor bLall any per- -2-1OUaere.. of Tampa March 14th"eSfl4 i ,. ; .:'
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I _.' '., son leave any \est*11Itfurt.be Las been boutd- I. I I 0
: : ken And tie N W 4 of the S Ei. S r n

<: < It were' so sweet amid death's.gathering gloom. .:'BUCHU ed.diligence The Port in boarding PLysician all nhall vessel uo all as pO&liLle boon a E, containing 40-12-100 acres. I DRY GODS t TT ERRMAN WEISSBROD, .
e : f' And the SE 4 of the NE 4, t .
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To see. thee-Abanloml.. l' practicable after their arrival at tLeQiwrui-tine _
S '" -- ,-.. '- ',. .t"IC 0 t...; Station heretofore desi natt-J and in ca.e of cl'nttlinin.1012 100 acres.
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J t., : And now we1I'dil Its'hard to giro.the' ?p. 1' .- !.r: ;,:.{'Iu'i" 1. ,.,1'r. infection or sickness that may prove coutagions These laadit all hitunte of in the I }largest enr brought tonpSi CODJts J "kdn H J '', It 1 \

With death so tike a gentle'spmber on thee :.r. I. j. iI h:'> ". a Jo !JlI ,"' behttll ttmaia at the htaticn, {i/n. ]8J1.! borough undStatti tna4e brfow 1A< ; pmlftf I A' E R =
_*irern4 b o ; :1I1tR1 'fj 8
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f until all of irJi-ctioa,
AdthYflP1COfl44rioithed11p: I j j JI ..rqJIA '9! '1' danger sLall Mve i DANIEL I -, KUMHI WXstoaxMfi DE. : j H--: -

: ;; If from this wOe its bitterness' I e.l: :'t ,'. T .*Jtt U ...', Hi.-.. C. RAIN. 1 Ftahn..f &f-Lirt 13.omEI, ( vjjjrtini "
had won tbee j : ,
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4th. The Port "
'; : 32. t : Ltr _1. Physician is hereby authorized h B raoraU. Mucking '
;. ; -. ,'to. ". May God Li,,.called, ,.' .,tie-,-. : .,.wanderer.hpme. 'tf .t and empowered to'cause to be erected at Mathew CLe I ', Oluvea.TH rlldA :TNu e u ColI.Tie. SAB1YL1R

t. : ; <.1 ), .'1.. ", f be least potable expense to the county a 27 15 70. I ift:. Pants Clot! ), Blapk'Moot115j! ,
April
Tainpa. >
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1 : I t. ', fcuitabje\ building for a fetation Lonse at the
: : J.bAlomj : :.u. .,;J'I"'OOo.. a rId> everjthing ;) .1
i'tI'y.1 :H! .-. '" \, ,. -s said point fp; tteproUxstLou from th "!'euth r.- !' ; rineg rh1foth.! \
.. \ Be oorertd up his face, and,bowed bdnself;' .I'l/ ', ; or any.persoas; pr gootli) that 1&.ma.y'be foundneocebsary .1A.C4JLLEC1OR'S'I I Lndie l>rvs. Goo, :
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Atthcthd-thcn--giinghtm- I'J ,. -. to have landed at the Jita on. bu.ines>i in this line with
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; I :: 5th. The Port Physician and Inspector bhall I rcoriptinn. Will n't&'qb.fld -' f
A I14gtetc4p4 (I
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: ., Heady-Made thing dispatch. ,,
Jil -- ,be paid by cs.el him the
iapected by ,
ewry
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; n wvt1isIfIidd; I (ti ;etjati'ee' DUCTWIIAP3CtUE3UlrBERflIES torn qf twpfleJlaH.and fifty Cl1Jtf.if the'to > fo\ t t ; 'IVoo'ts < Shop in u ,
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: And. as a strength was given him of God -lilJ i 1 ii ge of the ..*rtuL ho 11SptJ'tttfA n\not(&i* 0M;: ;: ;. \ .l 'o s, .,

: : lie I It <:'t J onv hundred ton*. If the tonnas* of the
:,; rosanp calmer, and couponed thep ll! ; Mont PF PBZPABATIOS.-Bachu in vacuo.foniper .- .
t ;: : Borries, distillation to form a fine in-ijtccted shall eiceM one hundred YANKEE NOTOXS,
; Iznbn dikiymjkft him ther by
t Eesro.ll1O shall uct toe grontrr th.in: two hundred 1 1LW
I t'{'in. Cubvbi extractoJ by displftcrnient with OENTS A !
,- Ajjfjus rest JLad ben a breathing sleep. mud vt'1 bhull! JIll y the luKjKttorhe ClUI.DKFNfrA-TV; I
: ''pirlta obtained from Juniper Berries ; rcryttle
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| bum of Five Dollars Mill .h..u1l1 the tou-
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< : su or is tl.'ie.l. and n;niull proportion ot 1)y virtneof authority vested l .
f. ;, one Texas refrigerated beef it.beooraiaz thtaTqrJtomeaViu,3yw pint It to more peiiuble.f than "y, now in flreil nu0'o I tons of any:hiiideswl"'&l inlool't'd"II slu'l! rxpecd the Rnra two of Luu-TenaolUrs 1) I La\e this le\icdtipon kinds of Furnitui!
/ :, t. I'fci pay i if mil.' in front ot the AiBit' .
: Orean! market .lloUl fu* 1 V- T I
\ v (HT pn t\SatJ"n fa.cct-ipfwl 1 U,1'f>rh
"-.' kcep rsj,Lo hare jpven It lair trial.ttcufy i Buchn .jirepnrtS byThnggists; .1R of a $.1tto'\\ 011 lot Monday in )
t 'nrtr.c to the piirbtr the In- '
that it is' not only* uupcrior ia.juki&es auu lark color. It in a plant toot emits iu fragrance >ctor. captain or by i' during tbel It pil LOUIH of tale, g n. ,W :

I : flavor fc thebttfllAi budw Si w Oilcans, buttH3tlf ; the action ot a fLune destroys this (its p de>cril>cit prupc-rty, or "0 much '
Glb.Uj : tht'eI'J1 .
>6IJttpIongtrufter"byiug? '., Ol1tJ" iotive principle), leaving a dark mid glutinous I..tiu6,person or the or Act pi of rsons the piJature jointing Hckut tft hutinty tLer'Hjf the t.\t r.o rD lm: .J2m 1 .
: fJll ertfrigerntpr.- iuif delivering lecOttloJ1. iliae. is the color of IUR rt'.dienth.- reqplntlnc bXllo for tho year 1SCD,'tLtt may Sb CS i -
; QtllulJtnC-1I hhall lLt- !
ItTtgmarryat New Orlrfcas has '. Fho bcchn iu niiue predominates ; the bIlUlUetit ; : l't1uiooheJ as l'roi.lcl to.\\it ;
Ichiiiaineuiated. I _
i by the provisions of "lIi.1 l Act.Tin. { G LAS S\Y A
1 < aal jut at a t.mta saitld tTcry Juai',ty of tLt other ingroUieutt ore added to 'Th-s.c IJeg-ilalioTis fcLill be in force and The Xi of N E ;i. S 21. T 20 I I.
irevint If.naenUtioBT it'will fNEl. S 21 I. T R :!. N i
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tougk; :and ennm jng dicpnte t.tw t'Z1 the cirf i i-oa'inspfaotiou.
t : tenS .aaUioru.fc.aj
dt rn: _. : nor is it& Syrup-onl therefore can .L; PERRY (I. WALL. .IandtlofSE4S2O. The firiilles, iyicLellan Saddles and Ague

ie used in miles where fever or in2-unatiou csi County Judge E -m'io.Tl1'tit'e nf< th Pen-c, 4 SJ', 'r 3-.', It. 3d Levied n') Kie, Shot r.tii: and Pi.tol.. ; .
''I't. In this you have the knovtled;e of tho CIl.U U- AinTOll, ::.. ..' :', ....!, 1. t
I TIf rtU"fjj < mcrccEenls wifl fife moGimf i>rq>aiati c*i. /, W. J. CAJIPBELL. ."- ... .< rtl. Agent l"iti.tt'rilin: 1lIi At. ,ANTI'I 1-
I. \. I J.l 1 HQpin ..th.t'.'oll wiU fror U. with &trial, : Justices of the Peace. I ARCHIBALD Paints and p lVrfK.irv.rr. 1..a" St.r* the ClUllB.
and Jiiat tfpon rarpectiotf it will ratJct with row 'rh.ii Medicine bo been before the PnbllaJteen -

I ?: I BiiGOUNoT1cE. approbetlitn.Wjtb. Tampa. Fla., May..21th.. 1S70. Bartow, June .24th, IfeTOv & Che-wring Tobacco ,. years, tuid i> still ahead of all other t '
feeling of.confidtnCe.I ; tF ; Cigira i &o' .
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remedies. It does ipt -
/ 1'. 11"l nown nopurge
; I wo. :very tvpvcctftillr, S ." T A XeD L LEe T 0 FINEutll.tJdJL'I: "t sicken tho stomach U perfectly aafo in., 1.
'ArpoiirniE U. T. HEMHOLD.Chmi : : '
: : >Ts on JULY. j I. J anL '
i dojo and undar ell circtuxistaixoea
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p7-: tat Sabbath : o1C OLD) RYE 'SVIIFKr'/, All, ho onlT Iedlciri. thit-wP1. 1
Tampa 11 A. >L. end 8 P. M. Yon': JZrptriaice. .
'', .\ Gt CJI'i1.' lilTILi 4c.AMMUNITION .
-. 4. I Vi' lope' e11 church 3 P. 1L 'J. I"-. CURE IMMEDIATELY 1
L :: Batnraif before lid Sabbath Knight's church ... : d ,Yl" ... -- PUBLISHED,) I TOml.\TIOX. -- : :,::.. t pennancntlevery iorn of .Fever aadno ::1'I

ll3L M.3d .-* i oj I sirr; bocauM it is a perfect AntldoM ., '! '
;: : SufcUth. Bethlehem dinrch. 11 A. 'M, [From the Largest lIar t acturing Chemists in .To[ tit Hoard of IfaUh : II : ire. '. -
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-. ,1.. '. I, '> Hooker llaca.3P.3L, __ the World ,.I I GENTLEMEN; Inuew of I 1Ir.r.X.\ "DO OU f".-t rrrrylhi-ij! p.tn: !i.e ti>i.i.d tii-t i.-nJ. Sold. by all ProeziaU. i,
; IA l -< Tam a. 11 \"Lftd8P. 31. November, 1 5.J. the noar approach the bickly season i it become t l.is i
7" alorri Scheol Hoys, at 3 P. 31.'l i '"I With Mr. H. T. llembolll my duty to call your attention hat- A Fr.tYivppIy of. -'". :-:_-_ =;; \
acquainted 1 \ :
k Tnex ajand tECedoesdayldth and 20th. Les ever may prove detrimental fa the health of ; -
: y lie* i) }el lie occupied the Drag ttore opposite my resi- our fellow citizens. The effluvia arising from 'BY VIRTUE OP ;' .trrD! ; j
4th E* b>oh tol Saturday ,before 'Oja rtcrly ;lwas: successful in conducting the the decaying find putrid animal matter at the by law, 1 have this d.iy 1 GROCERIESJlVAIi J I'
business where others had been
J ecjting a Alafiia church. befere him. I have been favorably not equally Impressed-fin Hide P.itking EntabliMinunts, at the! S. '/. :xill offer: fur sale in front (,2' the : (* JJ./};j. OFFI'P.= ------ -J t _
tth StfcSath and Saturday befcre. two corner of the Public Square, and in the rear i.'r ia .o..ks\'iJlt', on the Jnl : OF
'davB '
with his character and tic J ;:1'cCu1s prif* I
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w lecting K&ight'a church. |1 enterprise of the McCarty Sjtore is not only a great anroyancc vi iabt'r, 1',O. dm ii.fi tIt, legal jviy
.. ndQnaH> ]E E.: i 1.'expected at Leslie and the 1 WILLLVMVEIGHTMAX.. to thj noi.hlxirinti citizens but will fvllowinc; .le'eribeti" .I'l'l crtr. Cor ) HIVES Wajf.; T !Y.I"- fc "Alia nee" Line, !

r edy me >ting. I Firm ct Peters Wtightman.llanuttcturing prove a fruitful source of disease unit sa speedubated. (.f a-s w.11 tie bnfCh1 to Mitsty :'POST.' .r.-HOBfBY( .
.- D. L nR. ..G, Chemisto: &nn.ty T:ix.i duo by the IJrt1.- u. I
c P. C Hilliloro ct. Ninth and Brown ktrecU, Philadelphia. Very. rtpcetf'il1y.] ,1(., .'fl m.'. for lie yet: A. L/ IH'J; / t '
1'. J. l.lJCLD, M. P. for thtyeur .\. }). It'Cy: that me. -
; : Port: Phyioian.In .%it : & HOBBY 1. \
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: ) -- olice. 1 r.linoo with: jhc forjir.; i ; ri'jin, ;' (.\.1.,::. Wiilmm, :t-T"e S I-

I.c !''T"},y O'Jc'atf, TLct tLe ubovv ml'lllinn..1 IS. n :C', T 21. : II
rfrIE r'PVia-"llli1xFOm /'THAT Ecmbold's Fluid Extract' chn -ti .:!jlr<'Dh Q' l 1-'s ..1' fi nh ntJi or rcuiovi-d IJnt: .ILL F. Lt-: tji\J I

-' iT)t i 'A lib entire .tt' k of <,t- .: .'.r jr. tit' ',',-.".ifi .f tue city that the pabh'<i Jlnrvt'.U: lUrrien, Lht: -S E 4 Merchants !
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lie belongIng to J MES ALDER Lrare t.-. : : ':.i"., lJ'' t.'ii3.cf'x-L; I P. :.! T2tPid I

-. :_ ties nang any of theF ..cftttl without the permission \he grtaleit specinq; far UmicraalL: ::-1'i i T ,:. .A' L, Cc-ntT ..Tme.vi Jtremiuli, wife-S E 4 New Orleans La. H4iTG7
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: ( r rrsAUVinR'j. P.W 11 JV 21.JVllmm.
4trat.ia.t. 'I J \ "
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.. of my agents previously had will be ; i
..'tt.tt''i(1 .1. AMFBULL J P. .
The constitution one tdr :.vTs ;i IJeiny I ,
proeecuUsl._
: .' I M'as'-v JcLn I' 0kr.na .
T V ,x.?4MCEL 3UTCHELL j Ie t\"f'A1rnI'IIIo r c1uire CI th' t>.'l of t"I' : t I -- -
E Tampa.Aloh 2u7 J r r 'lewNOTIE ;"" ""n ""ct ininrtt" thfl rr.t.'Tt.: t..' r> t Tht.\.e.r.oar-l af' //'-.'/- : Snion, B.V..-S 1i of N W : Q)1r ll. 3I. .
1 Betnbold's Extract Bnehn invariaWy dr. If I: <>J>TJ r-jr:: : I vouM rosli T 22. To J I ,

no tre tt pnt i ill wibmitted to,' Conroifpt'on T ,:iwP': : ? tclv.i-t; U"v u fur n' practicable nltj(4 Weeks Janies-S E 4 of N W !rafoi t HESBISSOX, JOBS JACKO TO f
: = FAR! .! 'insanity ensues. I .,, -1 :\:t. rj'u 1 ; to, or in procrs of ,It.. T 21. U. FERRIS HWNRT PRO.KI' !
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% : I n : Lt-: .'''' from the streets nrd vacant "WM. L.: l.ll. H/\I' 1\ 1OTt3ItSNCWYOfl. :
II.
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from <' >; ctLcrwise Tax '
> IIJi1lt'R.yrFOREWAR.\ ,IPr1Dh I v ; ; $ ntd 1.: or defctroycd and Collector '
j1
cattle belonging Jte bo1A'1 (Plnd Extract n'nc 'n II IIIn ...} v.P: uauiJ; ( to our fellow-ciiuens to Tampa. April 20th 1S70. rtTER"O0.. t. HILL. >. r. tistio" 1\\\ 11vcicaw '\ .
to th foUowinjr brands ThJ.odth.- .'. --
; ; :- ':;' tloutbuililiml.:: the -- -- I -
q -, 4 JleartwaHleBs..stock, : the part-wheel T S aQectiona peculiar. to Ft mak R..inpi.4, :: l', Oftilx>lic Acid.or suuto other ORLV*, LA. OCTOBER t"r. 186S.A : '
: aAiiCUcle''r.? *, 'AriT.r4.rson: interferinp by stiy other pi r ir*tion. ain, iChUrjtf. ,r' 'T: '. ..t Wi-stt"i aiid ddrMizcr. 11\' the Hill & Co. !: w *kly line 'St?, *.llir! having b.n *.
Retention, Painfmn' or K"f !"n "j" : : .
or seTIing'aay Ulc rst
: my authority wiDbedaalt:with' according to tomary Evat-cation.. or I' .e\'.iid v.1l'i.C6: Millb? mitigAled. EVEUYSAlUUly tl'lIl'I.tlil' for r -MA.TOLA. .
k I Itheliel Laving '
:: law:* T' : / ? oi the Cum, and:al! tomptaint l ?rrid'nt: to 4 ALL persons | -
ti the flecllne *r Chang of lif'. Very re.pecthiliy, of John Le>e iuo late GROCEF.S Ap,\i*\ fi T. Y.u.1:11... KITS f
S ALE
t 0 L E
'WnuH.ADDISOX" 1'. j.GOULD, county, Florida elereaw.nl, arc TAMPA. Kft \\>-T.l HAVANl .\ h\il'* IreiCht
t "1 1Iua'1JeJXPrli 12th 1870. I .2tD. '_ ..ToitPhyiiciftn sent thtni to the undi n-igiied aIm l loS.N JwIY"f"l1l'uu: K" 1th Flori"d '

Hembold's fluid' Extrvt Bnchu andImproved W earn'-stly cermaend to wir f_llow citizens istratnr, duly authenticated ANDDEALERS ,r."Irt.Jt.J{ 0.1 le lit{ iamiliii' tnntc. I

: Rose .Wash to adopt the'ftbove buggehtionu of our prescribed by law, or this IN ting Fernandinann.ew \ Ort.. rreigct taken ;
: tJ.iI
tSaltfJ j IltaUL OffiCf.I in bar of tLe ir recover- And I (roIL NEW Y"x*>r all FLORII PORT, and

G..WALL. County Jndq debted to bftid r tAt(. will 11it5t t 11. o.bti Ct for all regulAr lai>..,oo the CIIATTAUOUCIIH
C.tII. '
S .TOT.1.t 2 of S. 16 in T. 29.'Bad I\Vin radically extinninftte from the "Y"tem dil'- CHULESJUWl J. P. ward promptly and settle. ,. -. and FLIXT llnrns.
-'& .' tt 1.i contains eases ariring fiomhabiU of dlwdpfttion at little v W W"J. CAMPBELL.'J. 1'. J. }'. y '. t The line will bccitiao; thioutliout the

.1Q.Q.1QO; I acres and Has i xnflM eipenw little or no change In dirt, no inronrenience Teitia,. June 23th 1870. '' Sfrrft formerly .Yrtc Isvrr St.. year and the lowe late. 4)f freight will be

or iVumbmts, eaet of Tampa on or exposure ; oorapieMy wiv>rcp'lin${ Tampa.. Fla., Juno 15th. 1870. Bthrten Grivifrani PfIf.prru. maintain t Cmng eyy iw>.!ib)., fseiIi; (! ,_ : ".
the a). Ha a dwellingbone ; those unpleasant and dangerous remwlieo OvtriA I. .: NEC)1LEANS, l'lantf' and Iterrhais) in FUrida ti' rMllh

: and otheiinrrpTpcwot*, .ndU.kao-wn M theOAte's and Mercury in all these dim'- .Ijealth'sBcd. .- .Defence.. "- ; ,. f" Arrest for Joha F. Toll** Paragon t '>mrlvc. of all the befit of frctjitnt and .

:.. VaHffibtL Place SJi; : USE The wrak eatcth herbs" NIVS SL rant fO thAt flour regular commnnickticivith Sew Orleans scat I :f
aa >? t! t.S1Bah l New York ini hippitigt; to market.'
eighteen hnndred yearn a-o th<> talue of ntdicinol 18th 1S99.\ IT crop .
'. W E. contains 79-83-100 acres ; baa improvexaenXand Extract antH11I appreciated. In the old tc>.U- \ LL PERSONS having; and in obtainine ounj.Vs.: He tttnti ct I
J
.,i ; VMtttidll'apf. d by J&mfJIJ.J.t Hembold's fluid BuchuIn tnent botanical riauedieaar5 rrpeatedly! 'rom. ii r.b t", of,Wm. It Brown, those who are orJtri l Coed from New I

LeVia. all diseases of theo :. whether existing mended but in no I';oxg barred bis tory i iy boroui County d.'<*;aseJ.,'T YORK is called to the tIP that theT can ship I _.I
.: f,;' ., '_ -- Ala*Vt# oct fA tq'tPJIIot1 1 *geD- in male or female, from whatever conneoriginating man recommended to vnullowtalcuxel. or blue to proMint thflm duly Cash w..elifro"\ New Toy by thi* rwt AT I
'k/- 4 en l map.) and no matter of how long stnndInff piilu or any othi r mineral p't'parntlo'The J>pirjlne.l; vilLiu the time 1 MUCH LOWER HATLSWd IN QuIcxR: .

M' : Also Lol .ElootCS.. Tampa, ].(see GentralJlap. I Tt h pleasant in taste and odor "imme- hick were directed to eat herbn to KtrengtL in tutrii.utuc will be plead: in bar TIM E that by any other Oto. "- I r
f <', .) V 1- -" < diate" in action and strengthening than any. them. to purify them to heal them h rt-t-torp try ; and all } ersous indebted : Cotton taken to Nevfnrk a.o through i

4::. : Apply to the sabscriber, of.tha preparations:.rk Jro i them. In that diy the art of making veg.-t.- requested make innntilinle I ..PAID lOW' i Bills L( .line lIi i ned at u>y$T RATH. L1UFI- !\

'r'' f. .. JoI1 Alt 0. Those suffering from broken-down confttiluilon ble 'ts118 unknown The. herbal taodictnes JOHN. r: WY X qJde l tt I' Q1', I ,
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.Tam lf the remedy at once. were mere infns1on.. ,'I' -- at> to us io N.w \ ork and Ne o-ian.! .
t' ?procure
June 14thllS70.
; reader a must be aware that,* however It was reserved for a later age to unite the i sanitary Tampa, itstQl B nlts Under th* contract recct. made with the 1

;., TaluablePlaceC (,LviLIrI i The be the a:tack of the above di we8. essences of tonic' apcjpeo apdran'W PuAtoftice DepartmQt the''lorisla Railroad I
slight
fcnlt. may roots. barks, and plants' TOlfta'actffc idnnhi 1.1 Company will diipauh a 'Umer tnstil from -
: "&tt.GI.Je: .A .. Tor it i* r.rt&in to affect the bodily "health and
I lout aid thus wcure tbtruiiLt4i.t.io. ) New <>rl .n\eT. ,rr Satnrd:, froiA Uaya".
-1:: A Valuable place situated on the Gulf Coast. '' mental' powere.AIIe / through the debilitated or disordered "Yltt'lD. BY [ every Tu.ar. ant{Ket W" rrrv vWrdne II
t! t.&bo ilODt ey o .4 r 8&l sae li3rises nirbe tal ei"I effective"
The crowning this modeof I'ofttraa
; triumph MONTHS FROM D.\ day. >.teratt\ey\Yet an-I I New Or-
OIX .
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.DOb1 itnao tW *there IIEM&OLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU i I
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Diuretic. concentrating alJ.lllrl.l in! the %irtues of iorounts and t. l 1..anll 1Ia\.1.11 in@trll" to sndroaik Ha-
:. Is 135 acres of land 25 first rate. jinnmoc.- i'"Toy ,vou '! OEO. t.> TT\. !
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is the gTe&Di medicinal vegetables va achieved in the
e I' ? ).J ble> Ju.t<' ,tht-C.untj- \ : vaaa bhi< time anti i the Amt'tall tuu-ul at, !
I.a..-.*" ll00 .Tteet planted out' some bearing. Sold W-t tB e1fiee: JI'rirfC- duotiou of Hofetttter's Sic'roach Bitters. )t vc-i
.- tI Ora e Tree"'*la 'ufs' i- qrapeQuatM, $1.25 per bottle, or 6 boHles for $6,50. Dt before had a perfectly pure alcoholic btimuLint from the ehtate of ZacLariah. ALL KINDS OF ru .iU to each .port. forwnrling all suckbeexditou -rr *-
; JCtltS'ic. livered to any addreY.Deiczibe symptoma in been combined with the ciprew ed juices of niarur .
ed. nfj.in ; it
trsmieUQfl
f i:: ,0 t'Qr f vron \" i m1t'>,t thjis office. all commtugcationL / the finest t-pccifiiia Of the vegetable kingdom. DANIEL tT i..ruute.f. ') .
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; : :': WATERMILL MJruoe- \ < Never since introduction yet, though eighteen bas this year great have rebtoretivci el-ipscd I a i nand' Fancy, v-f\vt.T..mp" gin SioIh. trtry Friday .

,HI Je' HEMBOJQ", boon eqw .- It is token at all Keaxnns, in l Bartow, May 26th. 1870. I> HV. TM!>ip-i going North e-eiy Friday, t

::k 'jy411sA ik ftR .EJSE, D ro AXD CflEinciL Wznorsz.531 ail dime M the most '(wfcp.fmrd.Mtiflt Ery iumo.latioD apd fart\ will W&fI'tir1..i1
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I '. epidemics M a protection against all unhealthy S to Shippers ani 'onigites i by the. :
'f :i 0 w. m np:)IILck R'UDWAY.. jew York. exhalationo that produce debility or begets Final Agent of the line at nil point '
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r.ty. 1ot VO'RK'NEATL Your .
"lAisais obedient
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I.1 '.;_ ", .. hu< : lAwr.a.i'I.. ... T.e J mitfiriouF fevTBi.8: an appttlltr1 a wjvereijni O OFX-MONTHS mTrounts from and vunchVre date. I F. VT. PERKIXSi.4 CO.
c f' win' JEeniltani and thri- Aeenti" -
cur fordysp asa -
,, : : t.Ir }'. nr.. c. BrO.: None nr *'G 4- ; '. ..nfel".n ..' OU':1t:'\ftS! a gentle, painlesK; nv-'ir--; *' r' a 1 ? '0 rf > Cotnty 26 C rondel,t Street.. Nev Orleans.
: .Ihdlo.V. .TL'.t'TaniJ'A.11. ; obd 1 l LS ,Unl M done Tjp uJTrith1f' i"4'l-l.JlI"\'l-d 1rt'llPIof'r,, bl.rOtl dcYtnrf nta< a cure forlv' ro': ': \. il.t1 l LK.U)BfRTS, -

.. ,. .. -- DAI Whidt' & -J t >*iiaile. cf my Chunucal Wu.rebcuoC. at a :Imnu'.os anrnlyte: nn.l 26 tLe lft ,f.u.c I > -..T >". ". hr. EXECUTED AT THE Agent.

;.: II.W"JiD Q. lL\WFO ]a.idi.Ld of health nnder unfavorable cirrumstancci, ot txUvi Bounty, d.veft
;f. ,, (.! .&. UI: '!" 1'Aetii8f. I' 9.1 T. HE I j such as wdfiitary pur uit, undu todilr ot I t : (. FERI: t

.; 1 .. 'pOLD.tJ Tn'n'e.1 iertion. hardship privationani ei1poanr. -. I Agent
-- Jl rLstb 1...... tf,. .Jnlr IClK 187" .- 4 Fronb\'ill., iisy. artrv l87 OFFICE 'farar" F'.v

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