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The Florida peninsular
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Title: The Florida peninsular
Alternate Title: Peninsular
Physical Description: v. : ; 70 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Thad. C. Andrews
Place of Publication: Tampa Fla
Creation Date: November 2, 1870
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tampa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hillsborough County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hillsborough -- Tampa
Coordinates: 27.970898 x -82.46464 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1855.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1874.
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended in 1861?; resumed in 1866.
Numbering Peculiarities: Resumed vol. 1 in 1866.
General Note: "Democratic" <1856>; "Republican" <1873>.
General Note: Editor: Simon Turman, <1859-1861>; Sam C. Craft, <1866>.
General Note: Publishers: Simon Turman, <1856>; Wm. J. Spencer & Co., <1859-1860>; Wm. J. Spencer, <1861>; J.E & T.K. Spencer, <1866>; T.K. Spencer, <1869>.
General Note: "Here shall the press the people's rights maintain unawed by fear, unbribed by gain."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur" -1866-.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 3 (Mar. 3, 1855).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002013373
oclc - 11286473
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*- 8 I rnni': 1 en nsular : l1tJanna (Carts i NEW STORES I II Florida. Orange Culture the Gulf Coast, I TABLES TURXEO.-Wbcn T ts.) ,1 to tend *

We have received the following communication The culture of the orange on the Gnlf'r store in Syracuse the \.141 l I u! tn came .4

I -a- 'M. coLnixo, -._ _. AT upon a sui i- (whicbjis) : cxcit- ,Coast of Mississippi i :! may (in the opinion: around one days he : ''I3(-\s. ii.. one thaiells '

I Trt Circulation in City and Country. Savannah Ga. JAR Levyville R. Trn17R, Fla.TURNER. iog a great deal of interrbt in tnLs community of the writcrjbc) greatly! and! profitably ,j > tho' most twist uovv ....u ",Christmas :
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.1 t = and hope \vo may have more extended: if the planters of this beautifuland gets a v.:est pattern as a pr,'s' :' Maybe t

I t *ADVERTISING RATES 'I from the writer noble fruit will bear in mind certain we didn't work for the vest ..t'ern. I
f same :
---or-- COLDING & B. ARTOW' There has been for several months facts which experience has t fought us, and tell you there was some tall sivries told in V t

t. considerable talk in this and other which I will attempt to set forth nrI. I praise of goods about that t.u.. ; but the ,,:
past,
THE FLORIDA 'PEXINStfL..tR, of made briefly : j I tallest talker, and the OLe th.! ;'. hat more'A j;,
neighborhoods a colony being up J
: (Q D ft ft o m JF a e 0) 1r' A AND to go to Florida. The project has now 1st. Select strong and vigorous iced cheek t that an)' of us, was ai.7onah:; ? yj

TAMPA, FLORIDA.x .AND GENERAL i assumed a definite and positive shape, !lings from the wild and sour orange, and : Stjuires.vhorcK! >nK'd with me. lie could ; !|

>+F I II inasmuch as a meeting of a number of bud or graft them either: at the "t'ol1ar/ j take a dollar out of a man's pocket;'xvhcn V V ju

; j 16Qufs. (occupying the space of 12 BreI I 1 interested in this or as near'the surface of the graund as the man only inteuded to spend a supers t 1
( Ft. Made gentlemen matter WAS
?I "er, Iidets, or w., flat insertion..1.50 :fall is ailif m} tJntn\<< held at the the house! of M. Day Jr., (the possible. These seedlings should be I atid I ho Wlllnl'h-LlIrJ bless you !- tt

For'nerr subsequent Insertion. . .75 Mansfield raised! in regular nursery rows, at a good they just )handed t ov "- heir i [II1ck ..tboob'1
On iqnmC. months... ,... ...... .. 10.00 58 JJoy 5/rrr/, SatvmnJrf Geo. originator ,of the project.) in I on .
1 .J and him 1 '
distance handled in such and let hir wh he liked
apart, a V oat r w
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of 27th and
the ult.
a On. column one year, eo. .H' $130 Trompt and careful attention pht-n to the -- evening August: an ,1 l
Advertisements not nuuked with Uw numf' L Sale of Cotton Wool. hides Beeswax and organization was effected, having for its as to produce "stocfcy' nod strong stems, for them. One! i :stat Jonah uro...r me np ]

'f ber of insertions desired will be published until Produce Generally. Liberal Cash Advances object the location and establishment and the'greatest possible development of j with: ''I'/J Jo, i.uf fti\v: ifva, think;: -- 1|

ordered out and charged accordingly.Adrertuemcntc 1 .- made on Con&igBiuants. 6m sep.i1' J, (il(1. ROCKNER & GO; of a colony in the' State Florida: and roots (especially the side or lateral roots). ;! that t'rl1'1 got :.nj' cctton in it, I'll brin : -f

due from first insertion and V 2d. If these stocks are grafted in the down the' '4hl'I'P.h.tt it vvxs: cut from and |
the "Florida Colonial Association. The

collectable. eordingltr.ta" J, \\ JEnSO\ ,1''S .SO: 8 & UO. just opened their Goods at Bartow and Constitution adopted)' tbe Association, winter or spring, the young graft should t make hi" o"' ,, user is own wool Twon't 'a O

-0- I Have. Meade, and invite the attention of the admits to membership! any of approved be pitched back and properly shaped during I : cut (-...h.r011.: c' a pair of pants of. ,

OFFICIAL & LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS.. Citizens of the surrooudiug country to call respectability, who may sign. the Constitution the first summer, so as to produce a t hat i!sfrT! f :r t ve years, and they areas .0- !J I

er ti The Florida Peninsular having been designated Cotton BartersAXD and examine our blocks.: NS e propose to bell and take at least one share of Stock. low branching and somewhat dw&r..;h ,goitr.\ .ts< when I (first! put em on.- J

H o5-e! of.the official journals of the Ruth our Goods at in as Tampa.cheap *n Our the same stock Good is extensive can be The Stock of the Association conMsts of tree, well-limbered within eighteen hu-hcs Til:' it at th:\t y cents, and 111 lay you ;
bought '
k' : ; Judicial Circuit the rates for legil advertise- and we flatter ourselves that the selection can shares of $25 00 each, payable as provided or two feet of the ground and tapering up don't o\v me an v.tLin):. Kh, to dl'ar1'l;;

i jaont, will be M follows : not be beaten in this part of Florida. Our fur in the Ily laws ; and Installment of gradually} in the true pyramidal form. 1 AVftll. call it twutj-evtt: cents. What'd

Notice of Application for Letters ofAdmimstratioc. stock consists ofiLL 3d. These young trees may be transplanted Oil !say' fehaU: i tear it T All right; i iit's
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( 5 weeks ,.... ... $:.7;00 GENERAL COMMISSIONMerchants I $5 being required at the time of joining,
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r for stock shall into the "grove"7 or orchard, the, i a rarhl. I could feel Jonah's hand i
; I Kotice to Debtors and Creditor! 8 w 8 00 and all moneys paid ap :
ri. Notice for Dismissal C months, .. .. 12 00 WENIPIEIBGOODS ply Jhe purchase of any lands! taken first fall or winter after grafting: ; and laying! about t the bedclothes) for an in'f i t

Notice of Insolvency, ............ WW by :the upon stockholder.Each should be planted in a broad hole well supplied : stint. ::1..t.! rip tl'arnnt! something or v f

AU other Legal Xoticea and Advertisements member is entitled to the wit vegetable mould, lime and the other and 1 hid; my head under t the blanktts .'
prisilege
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will be charged according to the they occupy .
space
Street the Jln phosphate! This hole may be spadedand : perfcrtlj .covuUtd with UugWr, and -. r
and the number of insertions required Drayton, mar !i, of purchasing one town lot in the .
IE at the rate of of dollfir per square each insertion. town to be laid out by Association, loosened up twelve or eighteen inches sure that Jonah had: t tcra the best sheet .
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SAVANNAH, CEO.. 100 acres of land at the actual cost deep, but the tree should be planted shallow ) : froai: tl'l't i tit Iv'tmn. Wl.cu I awoke .;

-n the Association of said lands including near t the surface, the roots carefully next\ t rnor' n r'I found-alts'iestcut] :: fcof .
to

'" 'E1 1s1.T0 SUBSCRIBERS: attention git eu to all business en- I t-pread out and the whole welt mitkheil dl l r-jat; the l'wk of nit: shirt o t
Prompt my twas
: A Annnm'(in advance ) $2.00 to our care, and liberal advances ladies! Dress' iScorls &r.c expense of survey &c, and also to '
all soon after planting as possible.Ith.Thp from tail to collar band.:: .
"' 100 *. reduced of Lire and split! \
-. Six: H>UH. : made upon 1'ioluce (In l IIlid.) Oc O'lyI. Sv "' greatly rate transportation : J.

e. :w' L- __ __ : whit-li have been, arranged for, and & orange viII thrive cm moi. tcr_ -- ... '-&.-- \ ,'

f. } Carte: 1. GtlLUARTlN. JO1IV.FLAN\IRT- A LARGE SToCK OF w.H which IicJeoMtinned in for for e\er- land than most of our fruit trees, Imt the i igruun,1 A S10CroF A XO::E.-The f f. 1 How! n'- }
Jnsinrss I\huuhluot IMJ wet ih 'tId |
al months.t I nor I markable anecdote is goir.g; t the iound.s of .. }]
==-- =----- 11, J. GUIL"RTI 1 & [ The Officers elected fur the Association :: : the tree l II e exposed to the full forceof, the* this s"e8U-rn press: r1 1:

I t LEGAL,1 Dry Goods are President M. Day, Jr., Mansfield sum Tintree: loves a warm, shady'' "There resi i Iv3 in St. Joseph i certaii. j
moist and shelterd situation not far from
Cotton factors, ; Vice 1'res. Rev. 1. W. SeiiM.-nej, I (?ia'unYl! nasal 1 organ i is of unsually: ; ,

F [ t. t' AY J. BARN TT. I Iit Mansfield; Sec.. Dr. A. W. Maxwell, I the searor a large body of water, and large dimensions and bold curve. A fl.w 5<

AND Of every kintlan.. quality and at low prices Gallon; and Treasurer L. U. Norton, Mt. we therefore strongly recommendV I! day ago said deacon( fell Rod pretty o.->n-' f -, '

: it at r Vernon. A Board of seven managers is ; oth. That all new plantations of orange siderably damaged the cutaneous cc!>m <':- ]
thrn.rR;: gnrc. 1 "GENERALCommission trees be made on the south and east side j t t
to be chosen at a future meeting. lion of till !t.roin'.nent\ ; features u1entionethe j

i Boots & Shoes The following Article of Agreement I of some river, bay, lake or bayyou, to i Passing int,J a drug .:-t rt., apjIK some I J
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: I mollify soften the westl'mland northwesterly
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; RROOKSYILLE. Merchants. was adopted, to vhich; there are now attached piaster to the wound. Ou the followit h
I winds and that instead of clera- '
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r PRACTICE IN TIK 6TH A rrn J JU 1 at least thirty signatures of good ; Sunday' while engaged: in the hudaol ., ;
TUTLL t oil the native of
A lire and tine assortment of ing entirely groth pine .
and round the hat for
; Indicia Circuit. and give! prompt itten-1. Bay Street, Stinwnah, Geo. responsible uicn."We other trees b. left made I occupation of passing
or or !
lion to oil business entrusted to him. the underMgncd do hereby agree; ;, open spaces stamps, the plaster fill off. The halsactr -

De*. 20th. 18C3. IvJoseph Acnt for F.r'le\! '* Super 1'lioaphate of'! to-accept the provisions of the Coustitu- : among these! tr >es, of sufficient extent to of the story i is: told in the following words, .

Lunr.liai I HATS &. CLOTHING ,. and. toinform to all the laws and regu-1 admit: the regular planting of orange trees taken from the St. Joseph atldte of the2t /

B. WalVBROOKSVILLE. II \ !! ti ns.: popeaadlouTie.alwayson' hand.i !aliens of the Florida Colonial Association at, say twenty to forty feet apart, in ors > inst : 'While an unfortunate sinner /
wx l':"ual S'anlilic rtlrnded to (, .1I 1 I tier that these young and growing tIC / f
Z I We al\!"o agree: to take. t the numberof was fooling for a duration, the deaconinailo
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tenser. I have the shelter from cold and violent /
Hardware Shares' set. opposite: our respective I may } iKUsiydiive far a small! white e-b- / .
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-f UY rut rt i G 11tr, I II R.B. rCIT. A.M. HOBBBY. i names in t the Stuck' of said' Asxjcbtiou.Mr. I winds: and! the shade and protectionfrom ject on the! carpet; in the tWe, which he // .

-r I I '. 4! Day and a coinniittiu of rclia:,)(' I our scorching suns!, which they so imag.ni'il: was the d-siieu! j taster and ;
much need. The wild!
I men have to J'lorula, (and orange gr.ivesot" it the end t' h's: nasal
FLA.WIDL gone other-sj I speedily placed on '
t POST & HOBBY ICommission I g} lJ r> will tollow stun,) \\lu are authorized by | Florida extends(so far as our personal found observation organ, lie had scarcely: done so, hovv- / u '
I : ) are invariably ill.
II the to select the location for astonishment several / 1
PRACTICE in the 7th and (Cth Jndi- i I Association ewer, wht.'ur to his: ,
t, I Circuits, and give prompt attention I I ICROCKERYWAREFamily the Colony, to negotiate. for the purchase tlciuely shaded "hammocks"near! themargin j'young ladies seated; ill the pew before 1
I : of the and
water
ran bnanrw entrusted to his ranHyL.MITCHELL Merchants of lauds, to make arrangements for the generally upon ( him crowded their handierchlefs: into this; 1

1 I accommodation of the Colonists: on I heir laud composed in a great port of rich |I mouths to restrain their Laughter He j

; :\c\v: O.'IcUII..a.. r 5l dLdl n (! 1: :r gi arrival there, and to secure u Charter, ins ;j vegetable found iu stub mould abundance and the shells there which(as wellas are only discovered the reason I.t this unexpected ..- ,

eorporating the Association: under the I action be removed -
i on their part v.n -
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I --o-- i I : Medicines i i the laws of tho State of Florida.As at many*' points on our Gulf and River 'I the plaster, which he found, .opoa

t t 11 t 1t.C 1 at Jlf n n!, j I soon as reports are receiml from this ) "coasts.In! (examination: to l be the label from a cotton 1
recommending low-branching, compact ,
I KEEL TOt I committee, u Circular will be published and dwarfish i !spool from from which stood !nriminneh-? ) ; 1 I

_. I II I, XDCMOX: i lItM>ELI 0\-, JllllV jACku Ana will receive by every bU-nni>r from New for general distribution, giving in full the orange trees to be tly 'forth the niatft'-al! 'words): / "W ttrra&t. i
$ I \\\ G. r'ttnis JltNar: 1'i.unti. Orleans, fresh supplies ofGroceries planted in the shelter of large timber
objects: and plans of the Association and t.Js' The f
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ed holdout .Jit
June Ibth 1TISOX I : to t two t L; ": "j
169. > I our forests and new lands, with the liberaluserr
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TAMPA. FLORIDA. !inforntati&n in regard: to the climater / .;
pro 'I nose i is i.ot quite tuU ;coyh.The
the of
at time and
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: planting regularly
I ductious, tVc., cf the country, antI the .
afterwards of such --- ) I
& GOJlDON, attractions and inducements offered to im !, composts and fertilizing /
I i I In the meantimcs materials as we have indicated] and New York //. ,0.:V 'lYS famine -'

s -ITHLL GIVE FRO:.ICr ATTENTION'TOIff I II migrants. inquirerscan the proper precaution' to keep away destructive and r-c-stilence; arc folio.!! :' qua''. in the .1 _
f for furllur
: all bnciness entru"te J to his care. (Cj 'D y 1: Il JP ot plrc3) apply }particulars to either j I insect (by the!' 118e'o alkaline the wale llf this Wo--! ': vstnurtive ... t.
Gnrun a Call, we charge nothing for showing of the officers named above, except )Ir.I I .
J. F. 1Ir. Dtnao.. our (rood Day. washc, carbolic extract: &tfl',) teel 1 war in the fairest dep! : **" *t rancv -

4f I 3.. .A.. .rsDUSO". . . (tL'm CM A.NVCi
: i; I i e-? ltartuw. Oct. 1st: tf (Glllir.it Ohio, l\"ftUy\ Jlciiue] of oranges: may bo successfully! and profitably : of the State of :dew: l'rd : cvn. I t; I

.. 1 HENDERSON & HENDERSON MERCHANTSWEitill -. ----rNe"r ----- ----- entered upon, at many favorable! waste or exhausted: : ff .!b I.:: .'' hep} --- -

1 .. i .r-- -'.'- Gulf and River ''coast"and l-readstutr : ', by Ill
: I I'I'h" points on our swine, ni: V V .

: i-.t a !l'7m1lfJJJ! GlI! ; Goods I I to a certain: distance in the interior. Andwe great hostile arn' l'" tl, TID, uuu "
( ; following which in
it1 CillU a communication
It tfntnt appears '
Ua I close these brief remarks i.f diwUt'-n. goes on.-
work
1- -I / continue 1'114111.n at the old stand to a New York is a : very by Mill) the
b .-. Y STREET: and offer our ervi- paper : urging upon the members of our, soviet)" From the Rhine! to the Seine, the mhabi- -
of information that do
! : I TAMPA, FLORIDA, cestothe Mtrchantsaudl'lanttrsuf! llillrbuio piect many not ]pus- a fair and careful trial of the juoucof: tarts, not by th.-usancls!\ bat millions! arc
'j"ic worj Jev\ isaot the t
and the adjae 'cuuntiee fur tbe sate of Cotton sew: name ofabstinence
; t. 1 / aid ottx-r Prude, .l,o for receuing and AT THE of the once great nation of Pales-tine but it |I planting: and culture MOW set forth. i i }-fl destitute, of everything m the way ,
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-' : Th'IJ.k are roaraiugabout : ; _
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Cotton and t
Merchandise.We
f. I' forwaHiiig Merely l describe t their faith or belief. Ifyou '
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: I are prepared to make liberAl advauctt weal py.'I j not only i-rtadiesa: .t houselessand -
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ask what I have f
i l ILL PRACTICE in the Southern and on cousijrnmouti to tu for sale in thin Markrtor me religion Ill\ ; The landlady of an inn t the auir-v-r i is aver : not?. :* can: L"pr"lnl'e4'

Eastern Circuits of the 8tauf -. wheie il is preferred be forwarded to our New i Store answer, would be. 'I am a Jew? Ark! tends: to recognize in Prince Frederick : ,\'l'.rfrom: the $! '.tl, end the _

,. !+ .. ----.Y--------------- _- I II I fiieud lu Liverpool. New York, l'hiladelphia, !m' nationality: -my aimer!! 'I am a German Charles a tourist \\ a few years ate I Famine Airily
}{EDICAL.- HeUonoi' Grhtmore.Ilaviughal .' The same as a Protestant can be made a pedestrian excursion through The winter .ipiT-uchr'S. *:0.
-\v\ and fate -
I a _
p.' ---4..J I I fifteen years experience in the Having removed to my Sew Store, I am now! Irishman or a Jew can !be I a Frenchman.Mr. Vosges!' and along the Moselle. She then auwus: the suferin'11n't't! \ and -
Cotton Commission Bntinessi to fur nibh the public with anything result.! : s fro. .. vh'r! !U--T.: exposure.luveal
[ Kaufman is German nationality
t Six a by took him for a I lover of botany, who with
Dr. C. L. MITCHELL they need In my line, and cheaper than -- .Iv appeared in th: f''rf'll' vm:
: i n Savannah: w. have an extended and and a Jew by religion and old like the '
gener can be purchased l tliw'whore, 1 have lust recd ; nn gentlemen extremely: t portraits 1 jucaronrjl: and} inlets t and f ...
1 acquaiulauce to whom we refer with con if is horn} in Dublin ofatieji :
j Jew he is veil
Flour, Corn. and Bay Salt a :: a.< of Ht'IIf.'ral101l1.l"! explored in
Liverpool Thoro i is P* reason
.lence.I fields. ery
HIS PROFESSIONAL !SERVICESto tie ;i.. :tc
i OFFERS \\ ,.. II.TISOX Irish Potatoes Ouions, Corn ileul. Onto Soda au Irishman as a German; J.oru in Xl'w''i search of tine' specimens Alsatian! Montevery ; ; : loss tit hit! :nan life
Crackers, Cheese>, Coffee, Lard. Suit t.1'rbCII.U ork is nn American. I don't believe and forest in the -uprcUad} a great
th' citizens 01 W. CORDON. ilejwttuentThey : :
; and pass
Tampa surrounding j j)1. i
thFnmh -
.. l-partraePt
,, j ( Matches, !Shot. Powder.Epsom i from) amine In
icountry. their i is Jew living the that'
a on globe looked like
\ military men indeed!
i Salts, AVn ht's Pills, Laudanum Paregoric ; should is coctmuo _
Calls from the country promptly attended could trace his dcsvent, fur when the emigration thought ravaged by this Woo.r V
1i jQscar Cheesman :: and Caiuphur. she so at the time, but this dd:: .
.' to.OFFICE. 1 Also, a splendid Absorttneut! of from Asia to Europe-' took place, not seem incompatible with their alleged even a tnoL !llir two.longer.. I -
; ..Tt.w1111 Gentiles went tlll'n't'l: well as for Prussian she knew -- -- .
g : At Mr. Samuel Mitcht resi- profession: tarry Tnr.liEtllOX: ( AND ITS; FULFIL- I
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Est dence. : IIOLEALl DEALER IX Jews and Gentilr! : came to America--I j wa a soldier. Thw gentleman in '
i DRY GOODS young '., Miiuv tars a certain: Dr.BaMi .
: f.\4: : ago
+ : Ta-noe.Fla., May 4th 1870. ]r. i I You have attended Jewish weddings and t oO'l'litly'Vit'kl'd flowers, and the old one : :, vrote"whit was caltbe: 1 Arnujreii.lou .

K" : funerals as well as Catholics, and both had a pas.sri f'l for geology and increased 1una.ert -
her' ;iF"\sed
: it Wir-v' a pro; up-
S.. R. WILLIAMS I Jew be aTcuton : ;
CROCKERY & GLASSWARE were Germain. Can: a his knowledge of the sciencnby scanning ttveU .ationof -
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Cahcoou Shirtings !Sh.ttingw 0!>11nlurg'l.Linen. Lutheran be American pistes;
\. 1,1 flea Ticking, Hickory Stripes. Denims I or can a an are., every wall and cutting; the nt'phl'mo tconscientiously Johu. lu,that iic proseii: i:.. '}"it in tu, fH'ar
Vnrren 'SIad. Sf'w1"ork both" the .auieyueai: : 4lfl. The Jewish: religion walked th.' and '
DeLain s AcTINWARE: psses: would -uin the
I' 1 1'':7U a war cot-'
i'i p ician"-and. }elL : is taught: all over the globe" over the hills. and the uncle took drives in It
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rgeon ih of 1 :
OF ALL KINDS; i t,H' w"t!" .IIT\'P: am'preacl nc
t I -'- -'.'- various directions. Tlw\ \\','re in the civilize''
: wh !
involvth
INSURANCE.: ; HARD-WARE, WOO 1J1LHI-: an ttstwa.=i ;!. > : >
LOCATED Df TAMPA. orVruW
Ji, HAVI\G -. GrCC1C's( l'enonalIpltturuate.' DeigliKtriion; :] more than si month. sacs Vi'url},t. lint th" final i lrtt: !.. -.;,) 1H b'

()( PrplR'esiam1 I ierric, to the CjUrrns: roC LOUISIANA 1'OT-WAHK: this worthy woman, and then p.i.d' their: l'light' on, fh barA' nf the'V! : i

,., i bill and went away quietly' ''it sin- 'r! ;; .t t l,!.wl '''I\uJ.1I1"w!! ta the I I'' s u' tc'I. I

:. \ Tampa and vicinity.Omoe 1i i I CU0CKEIt3'.WAItL:. The New York ( !lobe stys ofd'reelv; ': swears: that :she reco"itzl! l t.. ''Prmc' '. hum V : (frldh' ami the l"arnwo; : ..
r. -In Vincent Loonwdv''* rciad.ncc. I "In more recent ears: th-rp has bona: nhnht) cainwwith his ana u :t. :':'it Ha- '

Tampa MaT 11th. )-;0N.OT -_ _' E oU I'rABLE 7'7i4. .fluent <**><>,-Imfnt of wonderful: change in regard to a personal zaine. Whether this rrtry; is i niy fanntatit bc- siti the[>result*ndous.:! of lie the further w..trnuM tp'tiictethat littt- t' -

appearance--owing, as rumor. says, to tln ( and not u/o.it i K positive mat
and esjaitlishe-cl! ; '
qi T 1C E. l'\'rtIn"\! uioijarfh'.sui : i:-
I wishes! of his fair blonde. d daughter, whose: Frederick Charles: does know every toot
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Shoesi p'.iMit! uiism.: lie vo.s laughext whet<
r' rph j uulerngned hal this: day taken into coX ,1l literary and musical aei-t.mplisljnient.0! arc ot IM! },:round on this :siJe of the Rhine.: '
'IJIFE I Sn o\ m COJIP1 YI he wrote the book !but now i1S70: -.: :
la the Accnox A COMMISSION l I 1 his and ; usw
partnership 1 1I .ij pride glorj. The old white coat JIl' war at :5t..lll'lllt'iIaO\I' Coblentz. t
business, Mr. The firm will i I a bliMhlyvar opened in K'tropo! wit;h -.
tleury Albury. i| and hat that always: clung to him have in his l.t\hood, and wiu in the habit of
bjcrcfi be Condat: ,'rod under the name uf I 42 CANAL % NEW ORLEANS, LA. \ assortment of a fair prosjfa! ; II f is 1:* ispnadJi.rapidly\ lu f ftheetatward '
t been discarded i and nicely tilHingrl''' makinjr: tour, when all undergraduate! of .. :-
1 SSLtEs LU1: ; and!\ the resift a I" the wu. j jth i.
POLlL"IE. rtrI
payable Qn suit of black broadcloth, with a haml-vimc the composition of of
: tlwenemy \
1. G AV Y JV IV AL13II1I', |, Yc&rs lr J K witch'nu-auuuully or without, I'ittevn endowment Ten and Rates live 1\11! i I Q) 34. Q) Q) tin > black felt hat, and nicely poIUlp-d: boots which: he has every encountered! \corps species :. ... overt hrov.ilji uf'a; of' 'lU'naivh' ,Ik. } .*.'hitrvy and "'I si;'" 'sestaMIslitn'iit J
: r!
t low; aud ttnutt a f favorable iu> any cowpony in transform him intos file looking: an old of intelligence invaluable in an able { 1
; 'k E. O. GWYNN, And, fact you can any thing that i is kept in could !be ...f the! < Ar.ti.ijrfsHoa; appr. aching! itjfuliihucut
Unitoil wished.i General.
: the States.j gentleman as The French
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t you : neglect
every thingof -
First Class and
1',', a !Htore, nt pnces which wHIM 1 :
Ancti"n ?
t bJ j JO Ll'JI KIXISON, President t>n\ih ron. Give me a calLTJXMS Latt'rly his:l figure ha* become moreplump this sort, their\ dash U fettered with red :: IK'lIpmn
Oar effort will to muVe all
unremitting J.V.. STOX Vice l'rnid "
j ;" .bunness intnuUd to 118 both pleasant and j i \V. P HoHl'IIcrftlU). CASH OR LOUXTY PRO and nicely rounded and were it tape[ and proposals: nude b}' volunteers ; d'1-tla'! .t;; IItd' for: :

proniabie. i Jw: +: I : DUCL\ net for the defect of his l loose and shambling who offs t to )lfas: scouts on horses 2utuuu) !'hrath.n: ChI\I'\C"; fr nu Soot; ,
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t : CWY2N & \LVURY" I jUi} .V MILLER. Atg.Fla E. P. GRANTFtlTnary I walk'he would !be of quite handsouieptarancc. furnished by thttuselves-is contemptuouslv ern ex-5taetif! !.Vrs. 1 It i 5sijut-itedhit! -
.' X ej Rest Flk., CMobtr ith 1570. I ? ? : I 8th. 1S70. ." '
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I I dba itnin Z1Ztr. I, A QUIET ELr.CTIQs.-The RepublicanState c'Jf1; li'f': ...' ,>r,l+lp.. Y0ETt3. Miscellaneous.. OFFilAND LOCAL JOTTINGS, Jlmn I> & UtopiaW'g (uuuu ;
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Executive Committee have :
received ften'f'
t" I I j.I r.n ate & decidedy General Banks was ieaominated for

1" assurances from Washington' that United U.. ] : ,tiya7ly ;'Appearance: ].In'f' the city 'of'ew Congress the 19th, in the Sixth Massachusetts TfTE ABE NOW RECEIVING, OURE',1Lll
t: : T ansi Wedhesday_ lWrentbef 8d, J87Q.OONgEEVATIVE States troops will be sent to Florida just i l York.J e State elettlon,comes off District yesterday The weather is.warm' and cloudy. .

: S.r previous to the 8th of November, in order i I II Bexfc week, and.the Preside t ,'has taken ? The Mullet and Oysters are splendid..

t nCKE1..- -- to preserve the peace during. the election st eps' Ike garrison tbeTcity .jrith[ Federal Bullet'; was renominated for Congresson Oranges and bannanas. are plentiful. ,
ft' in the troublesome counties. These troops soldiers< who ire to"see that, tbe election the 19th, in the Fifth. Massachusetts
the
Corn ia worth $2 bushel iu city. :
FOR
". CpNGRESS : will 1 be .stationed io Columbia, Jackson; is properly: conduct : (He' bas issued District, with, but one'opposingvoioo.. per : r rASP.
in their
., L Silas L. Niblack. Hamilton and two or three other counties orders for all the::available .t$ops east of I, ,A Letter dropped into the New Bedford Wjld docks have not put apes r-

; 't '" United States commissioners have been the Mississippi: repair at have.to New post office Friday'addressed to 'Heavy nee yet.

1 or COLCXIIA coorrr. appointed in every county: by Judge Wood York; together with too marines at the enl Father,' is detained for nou. paymentfor How to bring the Steamers back to

5- ,C'o1>" of the U. S, Circuit Court, and the U. S. various dock yards. ,All this in order to postage. Tampa-Put a good steam tug on. .

i ., FOR. LIEUTENANT-GOVERNOR;. Marshal has appointed a strong force of harry out a vile law of Congress Interfering Intense excitement prevails in Hamburg Sugar-boiling will commence next

} 't. : D.Bloxham. deputies in every county ;to assist in pre- with the domestic affairs of the States and Bremen, account J of a threatened week. : (" .

yvni. ,.. .. serving' the peace enman who voted for which should be attack by the French fleet.
j No voter will be intimidated or interfered hung as a traitor. The Pine Level Camp Meeting commences
CoIF LmS
oomnr.t St. Cloud is total ruin. All the
't f with except'at theperil of the person If the people are silent under such a to-day.

x t .).t r t' DISTRICT NOMINATION. or persons interfering, and certain I',usurpations, then has centralization been pictures and tapestry were destroyed by Considerable quantities of mullet are
the fire from the forts.
i' ,fOB STATE SEN ATOJl 22d DISTRICT : prosecution and punishment will follow i,,'''made complete. We are uo longer a federal .
violation of the- J More than a million of Muskets have being shipped from this placerNo \ Wint&r
any law.We government, but a consolidated nation -
.' : : John Henderson.OF been National and Mobile rice butter no lard nor flour i in ;
A. may safely,anticipate a, quiet election with the powers at Washington su given out to the no ,

!l and an opportunity for every voter, preme in everything, and the States but Guards, and the distribution continues.A market-dry times, these.

:' TAMPA. white or black, to cast his vote without mere dependencies of the government Gentlemen has arrived at Versailles Capt. llagler, of Old'l'anlpy, had a lit-

J fear or molestation-Union. ,t hey created for their mutual protectionas from England with twenty thousand
snake few
; COUNTY NOMINATIONS. i tie girl bitten by a a days ago. .
t communities. And who will raised in that .
sovereign pounds sterling, country I, ,
;; '. FOR What does "a backed Andreu would have .-- ,
ASSEMBLYMAN IULLS' ORO'CO.Joseph quiet election" by now say that Radicalism is not revolution for the German hospital fund. I Capt. J. something .,

United States bayonets mean T Whereis tBut good to eat at his shop if he had -
:; ., Brown. The Radical wing of the Republican It
-. tbe necessity for bayonets in this Stateto New York, thank God! is not dis party have carried South Carolina. Several an thing to cook. S TOe t t

;4 XB ASSEMBLYMAN J1EENANDO CO:: secure a fair election ? There is none, posed to submit quietly to this invasionof negroes elected to Congress over their A schooner loaded wHit Groceries, fur ,

t but those her sacred rights as a state. It is said carpet-bag competitors.Jeff his plaoe left New Orleans one the 23d. !
be here
: / Early Allen bayonets are to sent topretent i that Govenor Hoffman has: ordered the mi .. rt

.: .:; ..: -- a fair election. Reed & Co., have litia to be in readiness for any emergencythat Davis arrived at Baltimore 19th, We have seen several saddles of fat h

1 : Conservatives don't! fail to vote. One become frightened at the turn politics are may occur. Every effort will be Ion the Cuba. He was greatly sucked venison in market within the past: few : ;

". r made by the State authorities to secure at the news of General I/ee's death, Tariety of
1' vote may elect Niblack or Bloxham. taking, they see defeat> staring them in I lays. ConsiBting of a well selected
1 i''' ,.- 0 .: ._. ..4. _._._ the face and hence the call for Federal a fair and peaceable election, and should ,, and kept his room all day, being at hO lIe Bear sign is pleutitul on the Littl3anatee. e ,

i 1, t :: Conservatives stand by the b allot-box. the federal military attempt to interfere, to,no one. [ Wolf llo.llt't.f Ladie FASH ION.\BLE DRESS PATTERNS: ,'
y I Dou't allow it be bayonets, thinking; thereby to frighten it is believed they will be resisted. We sign
; ;: to out of your sight on lIon. D. W. Voorhees has been reelected
.1 ; =- Section day. peaceable white people from the polls so trust there will l be no such catastrophe, to Congress from the sixth Indiana, of first! quality lItiful-Jlog g j DELAINES, PRINTS.. c'

f r"r' .,!t';,. I" .. the negroes can carry the State. This but if ever a law was passed calculatedto district by a majority of about 1,300. J n i meat seuive.Mr.Pretatt. ,
I
I I. < ; ::' If there is no officer present to swearin game was practiced in North Carolina.-. produce civil war, the Enforcement bill 1867 his majority was only 128.:! I is getting better of his LAWNS;, OHNABOROS.ALPACA. : -
deserves to be classed in that
?f'{ ; ;t 5 > ; ; the Inspectors of the Election, the Inspectors Strong Democratic counties were declar-j; The people, however, are conservative category., Ben. S. Turner, a colored candidate o f: wound. .

r ; ,[ ;: '. are, under, the law, authorized to ed under martial law, and strong bodies, and prudence on the the part of military the Republican party in Alabama fur' There are about 670 registeredoters SIIEET1NO.SHIKT1NO. I

t"' -i: .'. sweareachother. of negro militia were distributed throughout commanders, peace may yet be preserved. Congress! is making a vigorous canvass in this county.
: -i We hope it will be hard for brave on the broad platform of universal amnesty PLAIDS -
a ,
the State The gardens around town looking I ;
The Union that the to prevent a fair election, and universal suffrage. are ,
says Democracy people to look such badges of theirsenitn
il I ; i dissatisfied: with the, fall elt"l1.ions.If .- but with all this they failed, and the' democracy e as the upon Federal soldiery at the Scely & Taylor's Cotton Seed Factory a'cll. ( ft1N& ll.U1. .

;(i .. r? ,:. Well, lithe Union can see anything con swept the old North State.-4 polls. iu New Orleans, was burned on tin,' Sweet Potatoes are selling for SI I per HOSirJ'.Y. -

1 i + : .. : :; ::; '.#::: soling in the loss Indiana and Pennsylvania The same role is being! played in the. It is to this that Radicalism! has brought 20th. Mr. Seeley was severely wonndei bushel.!! T -
the The North is by the falling of the walls.James !. JEANS RIBBONS. ;
country. now beginning
Democratic The Cotton is
of New York. trade brisk
; to its strong : city prices ra u
: !' party it is wclome to suchjcooolation.
,
: to realize for herself a portion of that
1 Y' I All the available U. S..soldiers and marines humiliation which she was so eager to' J. Kelso,cheif of New York detectives ging very low.'l'bc \Dread TRIMMINGS, KERSEY.: i ,; _
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_
-.. ? iit" w _. are being shoved into New York has been appointed superintendent of the has .<
for steamers
stopping
'' : :. to put upon us, and we are not supprised .
:;::: !The Ezpru. Is exercised of of that ,
terribly at police city and James
I .." the purpose of intimidating Democrats that she winces under the infliction. In knocked the Key West Chicken and Egg anj -
: > made chief detective.It
the .
of
-"'.:. I 1. want harmony,among the Radicals and keeping them from the polls. But destroying our liberties, she has destroy Irving trade into a cocktJ: hat.
; of Escambia county, and intimates that ed her own. Are these demonstrationsof is stated in diplomatic quarters that, t ,
these measures will fail in New York and Tho schooner Eliza: Brow will
; sail for
I : unless both Went"worth; and Potter are Federal tyranny not enough to arouse General Sickles is conducting important Notions i
i ;. d disposed of .the will they will fail in Florida. The people of, her to a sense of her danger!-Sir. Republican. negotiations at Madrid with reference t o Cedar Keys on Friday? ,next. For freight ,
"where
party go the Florida determined tho status of Cuba. It i is believed tha
.a :: are \'ote-Federal 1 t or passage, apply to tho Capt.
4' woodbine twiueth. So. moto it be. these have direct reference to I the i *
k, o Bayonets and Federal Spies to the con ..". acqueitiun I
; of the Ifland by the United State:s Died Terra-Cila Manateeto. Fla- To Snit every taste. Tho largest and' mcmt j
i -at ,
< 1(. P. trary notwithstanding. But who the ,
-: Lyons, Clerk of the CircuitCourt are Peace Movements complete asw.rtuwnt ItllADl-MADU: ;:
Reports from unofficial and Oct. 19th, of Brain fever Josephine 1)kl .
' privat .
i ',.", spies in this section The should I
for
'' this County" has thrown every people Almost every day brings! us some new sources oboe that the bands of sharp ens, aged 8 years, six months and four

; i, :- :. .obstacle in the way of white men whenJbey go quietly to the polls and cast their votes, movements for peace between the two. shooters in parts ot the country occopie] da}'8, onl}' stirviung child of Mrs U. 1 1 t.

::r J wishwd to regiter, but he has madeLut and pay no attention to spies, no attention contending nations of Europe, and we I b}' the enemy are becoming more and Fogarty of this city and grand child of Clothing j jA
': hope and believe the consummation i is effective and )Ir. and Mrs. I
;"'., ": : little |) to Federal soldiers. cause much annovance and Atzroth.
P fry J'lulating his oath and
;.. ... .. not far off. All the nations of the world, damage to German lines of communication. L. The sorrowing mother via bereft of,
9 .. he rf$t assured that ht will Ever before
,. may be offered
in
"' ""IIl.; : kindlyrenjcnibervd including the belligerents themselves, art- this marlct at the mostcjuonuble I
We have Julia
seen a letter from our popu 1 lovely scarcely three months t ago,
f for it. anxious for it and there prices.
does
really not t
"' "':' > lar townsman JOHN MILLER On last and now the loss, so suddenly I of the only
; & Capt. dated appear to be any serious difficulty in its WtdneMlay John Iran, of St.t .,

1 ';:' ,j The Batmrr speaks wildly about the New York, Oct. lath, in which betia's attainment so far as the terms arc con Augustine, was tihot and seriously I wounded i uriving daughter..seems blow too distressing t- i
to be bon.. .
7. ; mf'.etlngtth!' 5 place, at which Mr. Ruf I : cerned. If Prussia and Franco could be by one of the employes on the 'l'ocuirailroad Jo.ieplmu wan a
most intelligent child and disposition
the ball confiding
r ; entered his neck amipassed
b ,+ .; 81 and. ]Ir., Henderson. spoke, and 11 rThe Dill will sail for Tampa tomorrow brought serious face to face, we in think there wouldbe 1 down; lodging under the shoulder the joy ami light of the: homu of A large selection of L.uhra and l fientlement

1t i Mobley wanted to speak ; but the Ban and I will go with her, and bring settlement.no But difficulty just there agreeing is the rub.on a j blade. of her grand pan-nN, h)' whom shed was

#r : ncr is excuoabto u it doubtless deriveciti provisions enough to, keep you all from Who is France-or rather her '-Ch., steamer Samson, two hundred an most tenderly nourished. The entire family
P > 1 i rormalioD' starving until I can go to New Orleans.I and government : I- forty tons burden have flu sympathy and condolence of
from Mr. was recently purchases
Russell who legitimate representative ta ,
,
t will be in Tampa about the 10th the whole & HOE
prox. community.
S
should Neither Prussia Charleston by C..1.
feel nor anybody else Captain Campbell
f sore-heeded. seems
.. .. and will start to New Orleans
as soon a .
,. .... -- I to regard the parties who have forcibly to be used as a tow-boat at Mobile, and - ,

.. It i is more than probable that no potI'J 1' can discharge my freight. taken posession! of the government, as wLich; left the former port on the 5th inst. Hero JUmrrtisrtnrntd ,
> We learn also, that the DiU hail a to bind the French was wrecked b.hCaliA Canaveral ,
n4 have been sent to South Florida competent )people.- ou -- -
,
number of Sugar Mills for our couniryfriends. But matters cannot go on thus iiiuili longer 1 he 71 li inst., and three lives l lost.

but books this cannot have prevent an election If[ and we shall not be surprised to find THE conduct of United States' Minister FALL 1 \ TRADE( \ 1870$ The uell ost sty 1e of Mea'i. and. Boy's
no been
I r ,.. sent the Inspectors Despite' the efforts of Messrs. Perkins there is some truth in the report of yesterday I Law: in China, in keeping out of, t the city ,, ,
is can make them out, and thereby defeat that Bismarck was negotiatingwith of Pekin during the }per.seeution of tor-
Sc Co. will have direct communicationwith
',. the intention of one negro Secretary of we Bazaine, as the strongest power i in sign citizen, and also of }(Ir. Wade, i Nseverely
New Orleans. Capt. Miller is able, the nation, on the basis of the Prince Im commented, Americans, ;
State elections. on by
: : tp prevent:
--, .. .- and will put vessels, on the line between perial's enthronement, and the support of and foreigners generally, there. i Mess. Wall & McKeown EL15of i t

; t The country people are indignant at New Orleans and this. port, sufficient forjall his il.uthoritby the army. The force Certain journals have been d 'l1ying :

fiie County .(Comqiissloners? for reducing < tical n4 we will in the future under Bazaine, united with that capturedat that the illness of Chief Justice Chase is \r.VKE TIIEIU HOW to the gnlNl i"-opl, ,.
pra
purposes Sedan is 111
: amply competent to the work, of a serious character. But the Washington Ilillsborongh. Heruaudo{ Sumt-r, Polk
f- tbs number of Precincts in this County, have our freight landed at our whanes and we car not how soon they carry 1 the ( and Manatee, from their new (now their prin-
-4 : ; and Clo aisle says it i isof.suc-li a nature cii'i\l) establishment iu Tuiui., thu lUdLrookhtoro : .
if the }
justly so Commissioners into .
5' were as regularly and in better condition thansn project execution. Wo are h ivingour as to preclude the hope of his ever I\IldI\IlUOUIH't.' that they are opoulng a At l n. 8 ranging from 75; en to $'i 23

p; t responsible, but they are not. Such m heretofore-and no I thanks to Jless. Perkins full share of suffering at the South being able to resume his duties on .lcmlul tit,)(': of entirely ,

1 .' as Brovrnlow, Mills and Cyrus should not & Co. Capt. Miller will soon'' .)0and from the war, and a peace that would (ht nch.
,, cotton to would be -
put up twenty cents
s ; 1 ba held responsible. Lyons, Mobley here, have your bills all ready to send by very acceptable to us on any herms Besides Daniel McFarland, prominent sm NEW GOODS ,

1-- 1 Magbee are the men who are responsible him, don't depend on the Alliance Line to we believe, all things considered it mouths ago in the shooting of A. I

-:. for this. would be the best for the French people. Richardson, was arrested in New York greatly reduced priceo. consisting of H
send goods to Cedar The Alliance i-
l Keys. Tuesday, overcome with drink, and (' ARDWAANU RE'
Everybody France has confidence in
-
; Look" o.al Conservatives-- ., Don't be Line has humbugged us long tnoug b. Bazaine's ability and integrity and, were mated for ten days: to the Jefferson )1 :I' Heavy and light i t
,, I ket jail. He bat his wife's
> alleged
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g TricHrd 1 he to march his army to Paris after .{ '
Election Returns. duct and his r
connection with the ahuoti
I"- .' 'I'he'RaJe have had a number of tickets The following is the result of the Congressional making( peace honorable to the nation, he of Richardson had Jriveu him to Goods '
' Dry
t tf t- would be sustained by the people.-Sav.Republican. \
:' printed for this county, some ccntain- election tion. : ,
in
Pennsylvania and i1 .
.. C 5
i
iug the cf all the Radical --
names candidates U'TIER'Inrlndiug
.... \i
which shows that the State was controlled 1- TILE: NEGRO RISI.VG i.v )LUtTIXIQE.'nlt \
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I, and are designed for tho strong- by t the Democrats : State Se"s negroes: of the Frt>ntlu'lIh.ny of J[ HATS & CLOTHING.rcss I ..

kneed (or smelling) of tho party; but then Dist. Majority. tinique, ou learning of the war in Frau ,.

7 l' ': .... they have some tickets with the negro, 1. Samuel; Randall, deni. 4,143. A Light Artillery Company has been and thinking, possibly, that the uppurtutime } adits ,Jj *anfn @oods, ..-d rOCKET 1\ fine assortment KXIYJi:: : of Rodger a ctlnhrat .. If
,_. \Valls' at Madison. had arrived t
organized
for them .
name left off, and these they expect 2. John V. Creels, independent. 9,:J.' to make .
to skin in 3, Leonard The tbat Florida has strike for Liberty, undertook a risi t'
through wet.k.kneebretb livers
t; rep. 1315; census man says the latest
un the :!J ultimo and style and of the bet t quality. .
commenced the
r I ren-but don't be deceived" because Walls' 4. William D. KHley, rep. 2,702, gamed a population of 60,000 since 156 U' tallishment: of thtir, freedom on a foundn : finn and gootl ua.-,ortni.'nt of IjulicH, r..n'1I -

,i t name is not on the ticket. 5. Alfred C Homer, rep, 160 Live Oak is Tableaux and tion of fifty burning plantations and ti Youth's i
6. E. L. Acker dent having Cu And an uunv&HM Block of
: ... .__ 2,500; l
murder of ,
i : AProl 7. W. Townsend certs. possibly as many l't.'ople.This er
TUEST.-Ifenry Quarles., Esq. rep, 3,800,
.1i ; of Tallaba&Mje, has been appointedby! theGovernor 8. J L. Getz, dew! 5,200 -The-schooner Franklin, in the straits of fierce, and for bloody a commencement, shows ti BOOTS and SHOES, Fancy and

t .... .' t' t! to take charge or the !office of.. 0, J. Dickey, rep, 2.311 1 Florida, lost, boat, had stern rail carried these spirit which anima Large iwhortrd stacks ofHardware StapleGROCERIES !

Iii ;- 1,1 : \ &qp0nnt naent of Public instruction, 10 John ,, Killinger, rep, 1629( away, lost two foresails, and deck see who misguided have people. Led on by leaPt dn
' 11 t made vacant by the death of C. T. Chase, 11 John B. Storms, dew, 6,000, ers more than once before b :ds .
I Hurrah is the name of a village in engaged In movements calculated to di jt
and to Annual &c.'I 12 L. D. Shomaker
i. prepare an Report, rep, 1,000,
I i it turb the
of
13 Ulysces Mercer 100 Hillsborough, (John Henderson's! coun- peace the Island, the nag !
,
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': :t t e rep ) No cheers the have again been incited the ,
ty. are given there by by same i
It John B. Packer
And this is the office James T. rep, 1,500, ,
one advisers .
15 R. J. Ilaldeman dem Radicals.-Lake City Press. to desperate acts of murder a in'I

I, t t Magbec, who. is tired of being Judge ofthis 16 B. }'. :Mjere, dem, 3,400 lli,, t\! Jacksonville has a steam Firo Enhi tne destruction of property. On such idc. :( JL A W ill 1illz j )i

j ? -. Circuit, bas gone to Tallahassee for. 17 R. N. Spear, dem, 125, I e.ae basis.they are going to raise the
Iles Dick oti
< Taylor conductor t
Will( be f' Fes think 18 H. Sherwood dem a With Hayti as a model, taking it Cue lot of IRISH
(get it we so- 21, J. P. &. )[. Hail Road, fell from a staging granted that they be successful POTATOES A ONIONS_ : ,
been 19 G. W. Scofield, rep, 1.000' may roc er ware.
Hagbeehu to Reed
an eyesore ever plank, at station No. 2.on tbatroad, their present attempt, the colored t
: 20 Samuel J Griffetb dem >
ainoe bis. appointment, and his Excellency 21 Henry D. Foster: ,, dem,, 734 8 57> ,, and severely injured his skull.! A drunken tents of Martinique will have all the a ttiu All kinds ofSADDLERY

rf t ,c in easily get rid of his hcnor hy temporarily 22 I. S. Negly, rep, 31 93,1' j man caused the fall. pation they desire! in risings, recuutiochanges (

1\},: appointing him Superintendent of 23 E. )[cJunkio; rep, !:3700, William Silcox, the man who hot 3 Ir[ of President, ousting of WANTED !

Public Instruction. 24 W. Me[ Lelland, dem, 6.50. E. Martin at Green Cove Springs, iu August making of generals and all the Usual d -.

< 1 . last, was tried ll'fore.J Price] turbances which characterize people w
: ,,,, ?; t The Sitnation In Europe have not the moat remote or iJ\t.lIig ALL KINDS OF COUNTRY: PRODUCE
,
,. THE NEW CANDIDATE FOR THE SPAKISE at Middleburg, on the 12th ult., and acideas of the true meaning of and -

Since our last issue, nothing' startling! THRONE.-The acceptance of thecandidature quitted. and who republicsism for which we are paying the
are wont to associate t hiRheatmArket.
;A.---, '1 bas taken place in Europe. The war between of the Spanish throne by the I
freedom of crime with their tlirinr
ideas of
li 1
:: \ An interesting compliment is paid Jj1n\i1\ '.
; usto pnce.LIBERAL
France and Prussia sterns rather to 1 Duke'of Aosta, *<>n of King Victor E m- I '' ty' :
by "Jet'in, a brother of Henry Ward !
fin' manual of Italy, i is probably equivalent -
.
No battle has taken I B'eet
hang important hI .ledion. There is no nation in Europe :her, who grades the crac {rs of Florida : And will endeavor to keep<< on hand a nil -

; place, not bin: but skirmishing.; Peacenegotiations likely to object, and as Prim acd his as but one degree above the inbabi- YEEGER.-The grand jury of iii of all kinds ofGroceries

; between Bismarck: and Ba fellow ministers have negotiated the acceptance tant-s of Hell.' county, Mississippi,composed of an eq

g.: "' : zaine looking to the placing the Prince by the Italian Prince, there is We understand that Senator Os roe number bills for of manslaughter whites and against blacks, have both fou &c. ADVANCES
:
no forntidable'party in Spain itself to
Imperial on tbe"'rench Throne with Eu op-[ has gone on to Washington TO have E.
prose his elevation. The choice i is! not tand troops Yerger, who killed Col.: Crane, We will pay the highest market price fur
genie as Regent has faied| and it looks had one. The. Prince is sent to Madison and Jefferson counties, Sizer, who killed the Marshal of Ja : M ADE ON COTTON consigned to out fri nd.
,
i young; Cotton anti Hide
daring, the election. Well when *. ..
now ulf nothing can stop the war bat known to he ambitious, though how able they son.! A strong effort.was made to pros
i come well bet bottom dollar -- in Liverpool. Sew York, New Orleans
our that
? he the and Kvannah.
dfi f jLe conquest; of France or tbe intervention !Mo direct the destinies of a great nation so will not back ) finding indictments for murder, And all kind of *-
come with them
that
nor ) failed in both
; of th;'J balance or"European .I j long misgoverned as Spain remains to be Blatherskite cases. As Yerger was > (
:; pow : Major Brigadier General W. df mneil to death ((0 Ollllttl uPt cl
> 1 seen. But his selection will tend, i ismall in a by military ("Ommis It- O IICP, ,
: 4 t ,, pp. It Uegaiu reported that Bazaine It J. Purman Smith either. You never)I this development of the 'case will tom' Don't forget to give u* a rail at thIS
degree perhaps yet appreciably to puss
'catch men of that kind where there i I Int'ssity !I Give us a call, and we will g'vP as cod
;: the bf'foro'ret a in a yon p
1 has crushed; Pnmians! %. that unity of tbe Latins which must event- for United States t stronger light the enormity of tot't ins as you ran trG ep'Dete. The ladu '

+; t N- : Ti nits i doabtful.tt | dually strengthen and elevate the, race.i" otice1h .1tlrcrliscr. troops.-JIQII-J r{I:I f'izcd to convict.for high'' crimes by courts "ort stock..* wijwially in>it !d to call and examine our i, BROWN I.t ALQTFE\BCRti STORE.BLt' .

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:' ." : .... .''. Scranton-Aw ELECTION; Pa., represents TEICE.=tb-rtr:.tter. ectabl from-I THE WAR.LJ! t tI = 1 )I. ,. ". cI5rtUaarOtts

:. -;f' ..,, 18 andsinflaential .__ 1F ( .. 1
,'." .ks German ;en 0' Ln- Bntic, October 24.-The TheWar.CONFLICTING I BLUMENTHAL Ie CO it.

{. ..;R(' ;:county-who;; had been&ly oat.'tt .1 (Nutria, of the Hamburg arrived.Chey .- 0 NEW STORE .
French
": = f**, was refused his to'y tbe.Re saw no cruisers. 1 he fleet seems $ ,
:: --.: ffflblican officer to have withdrawn to Havre.and other French
.?f' ,on account{ an apparent .arbon. I II

.- ,flaw In the papers.. 7 Applicant Torn, October 24-Some journals (give the I ACCOUNTS- OF THE BATTLES "f tj'f; .
'l went [ AND A PULL ASSORTMENTOF *
awa1..b cked his fa** changed ]particulars of[the alleged assassination at the I BEFORE PARIS. I .

;," 'bis. name intoYEnglisb, d his rote C saptureof SoUsona of soldiers who were shutdown .ti :'j

t,. ,'' na receded: by the Relican officer : in the woods and killed in cold blood.- ,. / ..
The NAPOLEON IN THE HANDS OF TIlEPP..USSlA.S
,"without government has asked an explanation .. '.
a word of..com.t. Then to "
nth a view to retaliation.A ..j
their astonishment) he \i the Democratic dispatch from Rouen [f&ja that the men, .. 1VALL I{ "
: :
KING RETREATING AND -.z. ; .f..Ift \
'WILLIAM .
women and children of
r!' ticket. He is thr ned with persecution Jory are rising against .' '.
I the Prussians in I .. :Y'
but he threate/n/ turn a pros- a desperate sroggle. C. L:. FRIEBELE I e
ecntbn for his The ministry pnbliAhes the following : The I I Without doabt! has the most complete and ) AND iGOODS .
..; depriving hof right to Prussians who were preparing to beseige Ln-
,vote. : wc 11 tttlectcd stock of Goods ever brought to
ferte
and /St. Aubin retreated finddenl
: yjt.
wards Loan. It In reported that the PTUMUJUK this market; comprising everything' necssury! :
e*-- 1 for town and country-such as \ \\ '
BOARD OFCOUfTTcMISSIONEUSt.Ilillsborough.fnty were defeated with heavy loss in that neighborhood -
and troops were hastily withdrawn AND ." ,
; ;
DRY GOODS
Florida
to reiuoroetho defeated army. i Heavy l 7,
lUfUKOro. October 24 The Prussuuui .
Ocr 17th, 1870. were Shirtings 'Joans, Tickings,
Y repulbMi at Cha ,lon due. i bLeetingc Striped
PtsolttJ by taw Sot, That tho full The bombardment of chletaht commencedon I and Plaid CwmburgK DoeskinR, Satintt;, Calico .;

Jowftg precincts QrPOlg places fur "vo- thu 18th.! JSome LOUMM were burned. Prints, Oinghams, )d Ac. i .. asI1i'
m "" r
1
.tIeg at the ensuing Oral Election to GENERAL NEWS.AVAMtixoTON wzwz:: : : !. .

;ire held on Tuesday, fN'ovembeiit Ib70 ,October 20.-A statement 11111puLliIilJt.J << ,Of every description, and to suit all. Also, a \ J. S. LIGIITSEY e

& vtft Ire established in n.fnr Ui11sburuugb.count \'auioWlI'UWlil)81>er8 recently thata !.superior lot,of ,' :
proposition has been made fur the 8ak of "
)', to-wit: 7/iri/j, Gnillcntcn' awl Hoys Clothing, ;
Cuba to tho United States : but on inquiry to- ..
l I
At Old Tampa, Nl. day it wait ascertained that nouo of the government Heleited Miih much cnioW TTM jiwt returned from the Northern' markda': _.

At Tampa, No. 2 authorities Lcre.Lave any kuow luJgo of 0 ODWA, RE. 1 with a large and well assorted stock of ';:;
At Cork Crawfo's Mill) No/ 3. such a WOVdl1 Ut.. SEASON of 1870-71. n..ods and ha opened them in thw store<< for- 0 I I 'Jt.:
t At.A.lafia, (No. It ices been raining hero during the day. ffi[ A n i 10)) W A m 1 m. I merly occupied by Grant & Croft His stock Q :,

; 4. The United .MiiUM steamer Guerriere baa HOLl.OW.t CROCKERY WARE, s : i offered at prices which leave but a bare mar 'I

t : The Board d rated the following been ordered to cruise around the hajbor and noonE'S: KE7IIU.tf PLOWS gin for profit. IN stock contents of .

I ..named persons as pocturs of Election bay of New York to insure respect for the I'reta- .
at the various to-wit dents ncutriality proclamation among the urmtdiheLiuf GRIND STONES: .!. i \
:
presets < the French and AT THE YELLOW' 6TOU11 1 BLOCK FROM THC FERRY. AND AT THE LEON'ARDY 1QID..y
.- At: Old .1'1pa, No. 1. ><* l'rnasianbrUigcrente.WAs1m cooking Stoves STORE. '
;orar, October 2L-lrtident Grant Goods .
4 Bobert J. Whitelrst) Joseph P. Brown proclaims thu :ULh proiuuu a day of thanks latest and I I :' <
Sr. 11if> putteruH newest:! stales.DLniketM OraD entire fresh stock of ASSORTED! HIEUCHAXDISE to suit the < \
low Johr+ Taylor giving.General
I' IVjKpremlH, Trunks, Valises, Sidlos, Opening i
i At Trtipa. No.2. Capron and J. R, Dodge Htatioiann ISridlett. C<.liars, Truce CliaiiiK, Well \\Tjwls, LADIKSDKESS GOODS :
of agricultural department, will visit the wants of our people, pro schooner Sarah Cullen, n hich we are now opening and offer for sale. : :1
Ua.b Drooms. Buckt ttt Tubs ODd Measures.TINWARE .
'I I f H.;C. LeoDarOy, oUhew Hooper,Josephjexton. } Augusta Georgia, fair. it

i d, N-.tiator Cameron was struck with apoplexy at the very lowest potable cash figures, at prices that defy competitionOur: : motto will boQuick .i

f Cork. (iawfurd'& Mill,) No.3. .at Baltimore and fut hotae in a sls:cited uir.- Hard ; ,

I D. YouDiO; E. H. Robert.s6n, J. ills right bide is affected, in great viirieiy.School ate, i.

I'I'A LoWOctober :21. 1370.--Tho steamer ) Rooks. F C l'aier. Letter and notePaper \ I
r a. Martin.do Enterprise, for Garston to Londonderry, picked Pen Ink, Mueillage, Toy Books, Dime' "Small Profits and Sales 't I. .
i :: 4. up boat off Inuishowen Head tit three NovtlnAcj : C 1.0 eKE 11Y ,v.C\\ E" ) I.I I.
I N. M E. Miller Francis oclock :
4> Moody Moody, yesterday aflcruuun. containing a sailor t

R M.r- Bryant. and corps of agirL, 'I'ho sailor stated; that the GiiOCEIlIES I .f. I .\j \

-... ... --- steamer Cambria of the Aixfaor Line from i : 1 to
. h I Oath to he ttn bj the ba pt't'ton before New York, .truck the night previous on Incniahtruhwill ()u band'and arriving weekly from New York .. We have full and Varied Lined of HEADY-MADE C L 0'1' HIND, t l' :;i I Ir
Island
and become total wreck.
a andjN w Orlrann, iTAl'LE DOMESTICS. DRY GOOD
, f opening Election. Four other boats containing passengers: left Tobacco, 5egar, snuck Kerosene Oil 1 1. soap, ''! DRESS GOOn NOTIONS -' '

nrl t.wA, I IWe. l the steamer, but have not jet been heard of.:- starch can fruits. Jellies Pickles, sardines, i j i FANCY GOOD WOOLEN & SHOES.Saddlery l" :

------Bury. The sailor reports that his own boat upset, and Dried Fruit, Candies and Prize Boxes. I Iabit5' I WHITE GOODS SHAWLS BOOTS .- .
the ttnfcr&igued. luBpecton all in it but himself re drowned. \1 1c BALMORALS. Skirts BLANKETS, .' ',. 'j.

.of an Election held at- in the County The agenta'of the Anchor Line At Glasgow :anb @bilbrcn's Sats, Au l everything pertaining to a. ant clans Dry Goods House.
of u\ State afore .id. on th_ have received full conformation of the loss of ; 'fir .. Q i' J

day of---- at the year of our Lord one thousand their steamship Cambria on Wednesday night Ribbons, 'Trimmiugs, Laces, Braid, Jaconett, i i
II
The sailor who r
was saved is now in London- i O OII
\
Undred andunder and by vir- '
Eight Swiss IUIiI Towels Hk'flb
His is Gntland lL Pi.'jue, Ladies .
derry. name and is native .
tore of ass; entitled '.An an Act to Provide a Hose, Half How, and other articles too ... .4 ,
of many ...
Ireland.
There I"
Armagh are De) tidings ofUiHujissing CLOTHING
: for the liegstration of Election, and the Holding boats numerous to mention-' J500; READY- IADE SUITS f
of ElC OO8." approved August 6, 18111, .hTSOT1O1S: CETI.ER ; "
:SEW You October 21, 18iO.-Theliteam- CUT AND WKOUUHT NAILS. r'
February I f
.and an actamendatory thereto approved I Ii .
,87Q do l that witS .,ship Cambria took out one hundred and t wtn- Oil clothH, Matting and Furniture, A I II '
17, solemnly swear we general 'j i (CLOTHS, CASSlMEnESand JEANS) And a Urge supply of all kinds of "tGroceries
" ty-tovyn passengers, forty-two cabin, eighteen assortment of ;
perfonu lie duties of LuBjwctors of the beforcountioD(4 .
Election according to law, and that intermediate,an J sixty..t'\nJotC'orage.| Among j jI I ;

went ill Vwleavur to prevent nil fraud deceit, I the passengers was General Davis, of C1.i !\go. IW SUll 1 ( o N (Q) tll 0> rl o I i I
and stares in conducting the Rome, The cargo consisted of wheat lour, cotton, I

i e r----/sxlec'or! oj El<<1imt, cheese\ nab, oil "I'l'ldri'and barrel staves. Medicines &c. Give him a call and he will sell yon Good i .... .
In*]*e'jortf Ejection: :NEW YORK, October 21-The Ilepublican 40 Cases Boots and Shoes cheaper than they con be bought elsewhere in '
I
hsp.d."r of Election.S split consummated by the exclusioniof.those the city He a good assortment and you ran
f" ," ruder Collector Murphey's leadership from a -fll TUI'JWDtini" Paint Oil, Lamp Black and anything want. I '
rorn to and subscribe before me this-- ocular meeting. The "ilurpheyiu:* held aM'lll'ratewt't.tinJ 1'aint, Paint Brushes. Hope, seine Twine, Cash fur yon Cotton aDd Ilitles. I J
paid .
!
of D. 18 '
r. t day -A. ; and resolved to support the i Fibbing Tackle.. .: j
p candidates of the Independent Democrat for I :
.
t- N. R-Tha above oath must be token I by local. officer and reqnu Federal interference I rtsbUtrbcn'ccbs( Comprising Men's, Ladies, 1islle ,l\nJ Children's Wear I II ..(,iii tt,'" j.. '

. the Inspectors previous to receiving any vote I by force if necessary on ck-ction day. Tammany Look Here! t!
I Ij
It may bo Uk en before any officer authorized Hall was deuounoed for opposition to I Cedar and Shingles'reerived at Yard for I ;i
.. my I
Congressional Lt.\\
The .
did
to administer O6lh4. rcgul.u111t't'ting .
which the .
highest price will J) be paid. All
t It must be nturnec1'viLh the Poll List and nothing but dibcuhS the resolution; urging the' kinds of Cauntry Produce taken iu Exchange j ,
the of the Election, to the Clerk of the State ( -utral Comnutt: to greater e1T rt&-. -
returns .
Circuit Couit. Thia: was regarded by some as un insult to the!I for Gu Thanking all old for favor; ,
r I Central Committee and tLo reslutiou my patrons past JUST RECEIVED.BY
--:- finally ref red to the committee waa 1 I respectfully invite all to call and examine my i 1 ,-
r appointed to' .
Clerk before Election. I ccuft-r with bock, thi low prices wi 11 astonish YOU. iI
Oath taken
I to be by outsiders. Finally the adwuuoui
meeting I
....._...J ___',L _. l _
STATE or FUOKITU t .I".OU nominating a eandidate: ,
r.----MJounty .f.fI NEW Onliiss, October 21-Captain Henry, I LATE ARRIVAL I !I I I II .3 <
the oudeni gnoo. Clerk of an of the nU aru&hip Mississippi i. report pasiiiig 1eleven I I :e. /

t Election held at *-in the Ooonty oft wrecks trunk moriauK to evening: ou JEryJrJ1Jhfung Ifci i 1h ILto (Q)1 C(jillCQXr.nKrremWo> : L. G. Covacevich > ; \. .
the Florida roast, which i
-and Ute aforcboid, on the : day of for fifty miles was i i J c,

--JI: kin the year of oar Lord one thousandcighfliandrea strewed with general debris of mercLandisefrom ] i I j I'.' ... ". .
and under and by virtue the wrecks Tho vessels wrecked are I '
: .of aA act: entitled "-1 n to provide for the named the William Ilathbcce, Borden, JeiferBonlJaFlower. New Goods j jWOO Agent for JOIE 1UILLEU. I ,.;

RqiI.tr&Uun.or Ckctora and the Holding ofKlectiona Severalartieles, were found "
.I i ," approved August C, 18C3, and au indicating a disnttcr to the steanibLip Marri j>osa. Per schooner Geo. V'. DilL from New York.
[ f act amendatory thereto, approved February Id, i Dr ]V W IMJE i )large and well selected Stock of
ii
;, 1870,do solemnly swear that I will perform the The deaths yesterday from fever were;twelve. J FOR FALLAND WINTER.JUST I ,
dutit of Clerk of the bJoro-mentioued FJeo- WASHINGTON October 23.-Mr Morton has Ii '. -

tion according to Ja....and that 1.will endeavor formally dtil1tthe) English mission: .i GROCERIESAND I E
to prevent all fraud and, deceit? and abuse in Thu New York and New Foundlaud lines area RECEIVED Ill'i I II
A
complete stock of
conducting th. same interrupted atmotpkeric cases, and we have I
I lad no cable tiuco I .
Cleric Election.Jb'worn difpaUhfH eight o'clock -
c f
tWIIday this morning. E. A. CLARKE & CO ';.1:' '
to and sub6criLe.l.bcforc me NEW
YOM. October 2.Tho lUpnblicao I '
-: of-A. D. 18 Cou rctW.iu.naJ nominations are Horace Greely, I!! I Ic DRY GOODS {,,... .i >

Thoiiiii t'SteR'art and (JeorgoIMPEOVEII Wilke. I -o: <<:o- I: ...
; N. B. TIle slave ooth mutt be taken by the -. -.. ... Q I :;-, '.'..
vuU life iivito| the cttrntionof our patrons and i S.AI tiE j, '
la rk previous to receiving any ENVELOP. A form of iI .
new I '
il t> to and will \t to with the t-xtmortlinr ,
It be talon be fore any oOiccrutitliuriztMl I I public generally our large I prices correspond
may uatha. envelojHhas; recently become quite }lol'l!' rlerti I Mock ofNEW : dec Aine of merchandise in New York nurk.t.a t --
W adminiHtcr lar in Germany and : I E A full stock of ,. .
Itthe must be returned with tho Foil List and possesses: thc.l'oIlHn- .t .'

Returns of the Election, to the Clerk of the ione of enabling onu to .'l't'll a letter GOODS !I I "

Circuit Court. \\liiiicouipletelysealetl up, without thus\ G roc e r i e s, ';. k '

ordinary ditliculty of fiutling an entrance.: > Now nVmug| and which we are'offcriug at pri- : <", .

Certificate
ftlgnedbj Inspectors and Clerk of Election. .a thread which projects- from one of thocorners l.vted .with car by Mr. Clark iu the Northern Salted Bacon Sugar cured hams, Lh Irl)1( w. .
nuarkeis and especially to liuit thu wants and : Salt, Kerosene Oil in Cans, IbdibiU Soap, .
'
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LJI1 '
Vc General KleetluH / by pulling whieh the }lower
Serfir 23 .
: &e / t.Jh't! titi H of the pei-ple. Our steak coiiMhlu ofD1.y I i I .iss..rtad Candy, Sxla, Mustard Sardines, Lye,
;,,- 8r ATE or FLOBTDA, l I of the envelope is cut through without injury ': Rio Colfee" Pepin-r. chewing Tobacco hn"u>,

: --County, ( to tLo enclosure, tilt, address or the i Goods : king Tobacco ran Ptachoti. ass prteyl l ckU.Voilu *- .
.r V"e, the nnden lgncl, Inspectors-and Clt'rkof stamp. ( c.rocerie.s. I II \ ..h. M 1 tkl'rt'L Maccaroui, Virniicilli.Ijolisters. :

aa Election held at in the County ____. I Aliiiouds I'sruns, Stanh, Srcdrt audMatches ,

of and State aforceaitl 'on the- THE PExiruxTiAiiv: CUE.TEn.If i Of ev ry kind aural qauhty, and auytbiug iu S ( -

.. day of-in the year of oar Lord one thou anybody can read the daring, shamelessfiuaue'tal this line that you want call IK- heel htre f arc .I
and eight hundred and-under and by virtue ticular, attention leas been givm to the wants :
daD act entitled "An act to Provide for the exploits of the Florida robber i of the .I..I"lietlllnJ our stock of Hope, Oils, Provisions- Cotton and i.I ;ih (!) U'.afnr.(1( .
Lagging in fuel
Registration of Electors, and the Hol.ling oi'j i band-Reed, Littlefield, Swepson &; Co. : wants. pretty much everything: to ';III'l'IJur. I'
and LADIES DRESS GOODS Agency of tluwe celebrated Cotton l'taut ti tea es, of ti. N. Pike .. Vs. J. 11.
C. 1MX. an and not wonder how
Elections, approved August I such scamps keep A; Jivii, Davy Jones Vhitikey's, A full MockManufactured j
: assorted ,
Vs. best
thereto. February t From J. M. 1 horburnx & the vegetable ;..
act amendatory approved out of t the ; ..
penitentiary, his moral cannot b.auquhiwyl.4t .
seed house iu thu U. H.DRY
of the and agricultural .
the result .
19, 1870, do hereby certify : I .
'tions I '
must .
.. '. caid Election waa an follows, viz. : betitrungly (- l'ert't'l'-1 FINE ASSORTMENT: ; O} '

;! For Representative in CongntK,. .. tannah HfpuUican. m ilcil\1 r(1 (uJlo Ihumt > Tobacco. I GOODS .: ::. -

, received., .. . . :. . . ci 0I I ,;
, t i For Lieut.u.nt-l"wovCl'o..r. . . I If
I received. . . . ..- . . c[li!tg?bDrrti5r Igtp ts, I i BuOTSand HOES f 1 Baltic Accidental

For StAte Senator. . . . . -.- _. Uatclu'lrrs Brogans, Gent's miuiuon Shoes, 'v E OFFER ,uiDlIlCk.Pacific and lUchmond, Victory, >JSprague Prints, ,Hamilton :
i . ITo (Lents HueShoes::; Boys Fine ainl Coniiuou
r ved.- tie Voter of Ilenmndo Bud HilNboronffh ,! .j I.J\jPII) tViio and Shut. 3liees I i Manchester and Lowell DeLainea French Rnl- I '
FOZ'memkrolhe.AnMinbly,. . . ... nion fine I I II >
received.- ..- . . . .. . . T.i.. ('uDlltI i t'uIIIIJJ1'1I soil tin*- ::;h'f'. (ints fmihhed Roots, 'I Liverpool salt, in 4 bushel lI.\cksl\t $3 pro ..ick.Surgiinuts Sprague] Prints; 13 cts. i! town morals Iron American clad. Excelsior Gored, lirliuondd I'ow hattau, and)iddle-Marj'Lind '.
I . . .. ,. . CUOULEE. Ei.. of 1 !I
i _. For Constable. HA TS OF ALL QUALITIES. [ celebrated Georgia, Tarns Ih aims, Osiia-
UJ'O'Jk"'ill- Standard Navy Flannel.
:; ; received, ... . . .. . . .. 'i c in"tt'WI r..I':1ully U.1W.. I: I i $2.UOperbundle.: unbolteduuuiUrn Sheeting 1 yard wide, 13 cenU.IJiitcheMor's I burgs, DomefcticD.Jesus Jlometpan. I'itthfielJ, Oine.pa .
; Can.liJute
a at lilt
thecounty appnMcLiugelntion HOOSIF.UY= : NOTIONS, i[ BrogftnK full j
: Witness our hands, at--in to lake's full proof Whiskey, $2.00 stuck, $1.73; and White Oak I Stripes: 1'Iai! I OcuaburgK. ,/ ,
I, aforesaid this-
i of our Lordone thousand eight hundred and MANY Fm Sns. S&perior article of Tobacco, 85 cents per lb. liliu-k Coats $5.00 Buttons!, Ribbons, Silks, Braids, Silk Garters S' -..

'I' .. .. :: Inspector Inspector ff of! Ef Kltrtiim.Inrprtiar rfkm. ___ I ] [ ARD I) "r AllE.WO i ticle.Coffee: 4 pounds for dollar.. A very good ar- Full suits! for 8 and 10.00, i! Trimmings: Shirt Fronts, Corsets. Blanket.
Printed Oil cloth cotton Yarn anti a .
.;. j I Syrup i5 cents. splendid lot of Fall and Winter CLOTHING
/Election. i I : Guns, Pistols and ammunition !
'_ N. B.-All of of the blank Jn the above Certificate )y the virtue of a writ of I fu-ri tu-i.is now on I 0 D WAR E I Standard Otniaburgs! H et;. eve sell before. cheaper than ,
be filled in wordd writien atfull JJ file in my office, \\ht'rt: \u.J..n.vu Mayo, i I andBoots /
tr must up ( & Shoes
eiw-ntor A-c. is plaintitT and Matilda II. May i .
length. In is Defendant I have this day levv...l and !I! & in. nrjH'r I'' bought IntheselectiotiofourPtockwchavoFpftndKo these! (,'dy low : pains to make it complete, and we have : ,
> The Certificate must be signed duplicate.One will expose for halo to the highest upon bidder: in If:1: 1 .;: a i 1J tt" ali money can buy thou and we ) to sell, them .
Certificates most be delivered by one I l
of the
i' front of the I i iS'ADDLERYt'&C h'IDC'I
Court house in Urookimlla lice I I
it, wit.houtdelaJ', aecorejTMjed -
;": of the lIumberQguing uando C>unty. Fla, on Monday the oth day of J. AIL UJIL.. TILtL eC CO. .

t'h.. lb: other to to the the Clerk County of Judge the Circuit pf the Court county., and f>cembcr next within the legal hours of sale the <
Tbe Poll List, and Oath of the Inspecton following property' to wit : ] I I ,
The N. \V. 4, and the N. half of .S. W. 1 1Hootion '
and Clerk moat be transmitted, with the certificate j of I: : : .
; to the Clerk of the Circuit Court, tob fourteen in towiwhip twenty-two A of j I -- j Lamps of new kind with Sun Burners Jr.g-" -
range nineteen E. cottairung 240 I' j Smoothing Irons, Cotfuo Pots from 3 to 4qU
acreM more j Au pts
offioe.For !
: filled in his fresh
constantly receiving u > of
phe4
t>
i or JJ : ] I Coffee Boilerr from 3 to i r. iits I 1 and 2 qt _
1' a full understanding of the manner Leupon as the property of said defendant Sea Island Cotton in the seed cups, Large Milk Pans, Steel ILwle Plantatioa -.

i of filling up these blanks, we illustrate as and to be bold to satisfy hlitlTit of FL Groceries Hoes, BriwiH Bound BuekcU, Painted Buckets.

" follows: For Representative in Congress Fa. I! i cedar Wash Tul, Grind Stones, Shovels, e
October 26. 1870 Z. REWARD \ir. are now !' Well Buckets, Padded ILunen, Axes : '.
prepared Ubuy this ,
Tom Smith received four hundred .votes; j taplein the seal, ftt iUifulletit' market value. On Ginned cFall.ut ;
f Sheriff H. C F. Built rbtr sr, Marth. Pirkltx Soap.frafktrs i collars Brooms, Bar Load sssorted ,
W. Jones received three hundred votes, cotton pltail in .. Shot, Powder. Plated Trace chain
Spoons ,
our hams f. 's
Etro 'Iii .r consignments
Tra.
offices JSHEHIFF'S; SALE. i iI <|tne ( ColTrr, U:8rf ('andlcs, to our frond we will make lilteral a.lrancf We'I .
for
and so on for as many candidates cedar Churns Pots from 5 to 14 gallons Deep

I as are voted for. AH insertions in I tie tint Monday.5tb day. in December next I Lard,; Prpprr. Soda, )Ia+tard, picr, Candy), also buy HiileH. Wax and T..U.nt, market value. and shallow Ovens, deep and shallow Spiders <-
On Fry Pans Sheen and cow Bell, Well Wheels io'
blank 'spaces mast be written in full, in ,, the during highest the bidder legal in hours front of of Male the, I Court will bt-11 House to Q> Q) QJ QJ fJ Ia.. / BLUMWTIIALtCO. steel corn :Mills! coffee Mill. Axe Handle,, .y ..;. S o '

letters: and figures. < door in the City of Tampa Hill.,borough Coun CORN & FLOUR : .- Sharpe'a inixetl Needles, Garden lines, Rakes, r, '
Ai ty. Florida the following property, to-wit : All|of which will be sold at reduced rates Saws, Clocks curry combs Tea Spoons Table, ;, t

.. PCSTA Ross, Fh, Oct 25.=Another I The & E4 of tho X E.4, Suction :A, aud the The highest price paid for.otton PTi Stove Spectacles, Bedsteads, Eye Glasses and chairs Kitchen Stoves,Ofliv-e: -' 1
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.. RED
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Six vessels) A \H of Action 21, Township 29, South of It. "' CEDAR .
'i; hurricane visited Key West. 18 CC : And everything at prices to lire and let live' :
wrecked [In the harbot. A steamer 1 East containing 200 acres more or, leirf.- gibes; O Ta*, Jfcbnr ; but do&'t take our word for it come and he S
were Levied upon an the property of James F. Mo- Ss *
: started to repair the broken cable, but returned I Leod, satisfy an execution in favor of Hunry I Ij Ana all kinds ofCjouinfrn o !I are now the for yourselves. '
of heavy weather. Froe -ns. i wre always market buy RED CEDAIt. First qiulity; t\e are now paying The Highest :Markct'Pric will be given fcr all : -
t on account kind of _
it is ,lIE RY ALBURY. Sh'ff. ) 5Ctoilutr. i 50 rents.
and expect-
i Another steamer started, j 1 I '.
work Hillsborough Co. Fl-. ,/ i ... t5 ViP I Country Pro d. --
iIII .. pd that tb. cable. will. sooq resume: T&1DpaOT.. 2d, l.SG 9.r tkuveus; a call and we will give you bargnjw, j : .uceTamps '

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I fir --. P tt. Notice of Election JiitelAl 'Omit, State .of Florid. :' The American-can Milw 'TO'P 8 :'

I ; -.r, '- On3er7t1TI J ; That the FLOEIDA PEXZXSCUK, J UST REfflVT&D 0 I PYN1CIANS 8 I C I .. .

11.ir.; : <. "} Conservative party.of teState of Flor Newspaper published in the City of Tampa .
(A it.dt1.T. ''" in Convention assembled baring for its obTb ---f.- in said Circuit bv, and the same is hereby
: : h ttform of the and eztzaTagaot DEE Steamer Florida a choice lot of GrocerIesconaistinginpartof
; ject present corrupt designated as one of the Official papers of said t ,
,' .' '.-/., :, adminUu'.tion cf tte State government. Circuit and that this order be recoided on the L : ,.

;4 -, ;. ": by pladrg (a power capable and honest men, Chancery Order Book, and that the Clerk no-,I Self Raising Flour Choice Family Flour. ,., S "-,' I
To all and einfr&lar the SSenfla of the y'rti I .
1-1W. at thoi proucLiug Fall Election confidently tify the Editor of tire PEMSSULAB of this order. Lard Pork
.fi' .;l:: 'rdying or satce&s upon the honesty, inUhge&ce Countic* of the State of Florida : Done at Chambers in the City of Tampa. I Cheese. Sardines .:, 5-

> : and of the without KNOW YE. .ThatL.Jonathan C. Gilbs,Sec CUndles Starch .
.. .. pktrioticn people regard this 29th November. 1869.JAMES .' .t..l > J
4 : .A : -\f -.. to the dead .. and political difference of reUry of the State of Florida do hereby notify T. MAGBEE Judge. Coffee,' Potash .i :
.7: 2 '.: the past pledge itself: t all and singular the Sberifls of the several Sea Moss Farinc Canned Fruits Condensed -

), r d.- : TvsL To aa honest and economical admin- counties of the State of Florid that a general I STATE or FImnl :M. Tobacco Fsncy' and Washing Soap. -1- : : "

P : .. 0 :" tratioa of the State Government in all its departfctnta I'election will be held in each county in Florida County of Hillsborougb, f Plantation Bitters;and Vinegar Bitters. -4"S

; i(., holding those who, handle the 'on the Tuesday next succeeding the first Monday P. LYONS/Clerk of the Circuit We also hare on hand Dry Good, anal every- j "

._ ,: : '- people's money to the strictest bcoonnUbiUty in November AnnoDomim| 1870, the said I1L and for the County and State Court.t, thing generally found ma Fin Cu as P'ore. i-1't'' -

: :, jar its proper use and application., Tuesday being the do hereby certify that the foregoing is a correct W. xtKRIS..
;
: ..r: : '.Second To low tnzes requiring only what Eighth: ((6th) Day of said XoTember, copy of the original order now on record Agent. '
l' :-. may be necceesarf to meet the expanses of the for a Representative of the State in the Forty ia my office. Tampa, June 7Ui IS'f.. S',." \E, August 15th. lW1.\

I; ; t 'J .1 -Stole cdJn t'lcdoa.aDecoDomi- .secoid Congress of the United States of America Witness my hand and seal of II Allow me to call >attention tv
; and that the electionill my
: ; on mina day en I ,. s. .
; [fL. 8.1) office No 30th 1M f?
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..- I f be held in each of the State for } .
'f'jL..J county a 13j1itin.rJ
_I- : -7 \ T 0 oppose all monopolies, plundering M. P. LYONS r119s, 7- .
r t, $ ,nd 'which under: Lieutenant-Governor of the State of Florida Clerk
.
rings swindling scheme*, by C't Ct. HiUbborough Co. Fl* AND
i-; ., 'the sanction of Legislative enactment a few: to fill the vacancy which, may.oocur in the office EVAPORATORS. S
IJ -. = of Ueutenant-Govemor at the said election t Number! stiles and sizes, ran icg from
'. S .:: individuals the whole are benefit tobbed.and enriched while ; and that on the same. day a gmeral election ia tbs> Circuit Court, in and for Polk' Co. I LI SIM to S2.5CU in price. PREPiATlON S

t.I Tyarih. lo people provide*>a SCr the faithful collection will be held- 6th Judicial Circuit of Florida. PAINTS, OILS&Cx Svii< fcr bu6ar Manual, containing nil infjrrjtioa -

: "-- ': of tho "coJ15tltuti JW school tax," and to op- for In a the Senator counties from of the Santa 2d Senatorial Kosa and District Walton; John A. Weeks, PIt'ff. ) Complaint I ,i, $;; t-r case aretiti, lld.u.: to Cf\C mills upon aid appLcition coltitAthn to S.o

: 'pone tho diversioa'at application of money't Is the counties of Holmes and Washington, Against '> for B JiuAai J, ;k- mill.- or to
raixed the
1 : the*funds cliildrtu it or the;"t1'Itor State to other r for a Senator from the 4th Senatorial District: Catherine Weeks, Dfd't. ) Divorce. I Hating Recently received a fine large ac- I' Ju SEPHLOBtES.
any purposes to former stock. I nm r- 2a-N -
In tho of Otfosden, for Senatorfrom I lay j.i-f j lampa. FJa.
county a Je
'N 'than. those for which they are created.fyOi. o Catherine Weeks, defendant above named d to sell fir cash almost any artier! that 1:11- .

: ': J To tbo Kpfthty of all, btforo the .: In the the county 6th Senatorial of Leon District for a;Senator fri T You are hereby summoned and required to'th enquired for in the DRUG LIN" Azsonfr <. Compoud ktract Of

S ,. hit prou-ctionof every citizen In the enjoy answer the complaint filed in the office of e many articles for sale in my Stt.-t the :.'--
the 8th Senatorial District ;
i *ment of all Ms rights and privileges without t ; BLACKSMITH1NG! 1{ !\/ I
; In the county Of Madison for a Senator Clerk of tho Circuit Court for Polk County and loving are a few-viz: I I
IjcrjbiztionOrdiffeTeuce, and to discouiitenuicc
Sensgorial District serve a copy cf jour answer on the subscribers> Raw and Erriled Linnced Oil.Hpirit.l ,
'., from tne 10th ; .
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nod all violations law subvtrslr
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oppose at their office in the town of of
Tampa HillsLor- Turpentiee, .
In the counties ( and for
o Lafayette Taylor
+ .. *'of tue ptOt and welfare of the socv \ ft Senator from th12th Senatorial District ; ough County. FbnJr., within thirty days after A variety Paint-,- Ass'tci Tit Bri5I] now ., ;'," ).'
't -; the publication of thi notice for four Varnish and Varnish Erwhos I 1am propxr-
ni< %,
J : In the contfty of Columbia for a Senator 11tltlCDd to C
G _S ki Toencouraga Immigration; assurmx to-wit-on or before rto 20th day of Sewing Machine Oil. flock Pota4 ." --1-- i
"f > I from the Hth Senatorial District ; Febr"nry, : 10 all l ftiud of work 'ff'-/.1.:< : .
'
: 2 ti all who cast their lortunes with as cordin -
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a \
A.: D. 1870. If fail to the Window l laM Liver
- S -: In the counties of Baker and Nassau for a you auxvter complaint Invigorntor i n.tii.. lltR..I.IU: or Wls: 1; ;
1
S.
S welcome social appreciation according to personal within that time the Plomtiff will Hemboldt' Buchu Gelatine. (cctine! I
16th Senatorial District npplv -.
the f
Senator from Wheelwright \
; .inithneatneH f'
' : worth, full in tho enjoymentand l ; ;
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protection
tor the relief demanded in the Complaint. Hypophosphatcfl of Iron. 8 xla and Limo.l .
In the' of Dnval. for ft Senator from ,'t 4.
: county i leap /i t ;;
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expression of their
opinions security "
** iiI the 18th Senatorial District! HENDERSON & I1ENDERWN. Plantation. Hotelier's, linn's Vinegar ne if, anil d..patch. .\ ,
their
; and homes and friendly
a
.' ',- .: : persons I In the counties of Yolnsia and Orange for I a Plaintiff's Attorneys. Tampa Fir* nnd Su tn's Tonic BitUrs, Iseio4amn9ments :_ '" t'\" BTJC4UThA f
.: justp.rtieipstionwithnainallthehono'un '
Kaliston Florinitl .
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,'-. Senator from the 20th Senatorial District ; Oct. 18th. 1870. :>otice. Ilepninngct'nny -
-. .- 'benefits. of our State GovermentSeonttA. In the counties of HiUsborongh and HernaidoforaSenstorfromth822dBeflfttOri11DM- '-. Urbolic A(id. Rosad-ilia ,'c. kind 9 ft
: 1 : ]; ,., To favor the Adoption of the Constitutional If you arc in need of anything in the Drug: attends; *s w t
: .
: "i;; amendments to before the next jiromrtlj
: t come Notice. Line call at Store and article.,
:"; '- '; L.: Legislature for its actioa < In the counties of Manatee and Monroe for my pet n renni'i" to. I Lure ort-hand. and for fol( cheap. Flow I

T V- .;. ?. '; ; ."...To favor as liberal a syrton of Inter Senator from the 24th Senatorial Distrrict ; F. H ,\XCII. of all kind. Hot'' llukes.: Plow fc'tockf! :Hn>g! It t.

., i.*."' 1 ',:; nal Improvements aa the rcMurees of the ] And that on the same day ft general election O ix months from date, I will st'COUlluILDd Tampa .Time!. 14th 1870 Anchors. (JrancH, Chains. Iron of all kind. and I
my
present
I I14 will be held by the tribe ot :Farm niattrials. Give calL
; S ; O me \\
Indians1ocatedL.hI
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.ittemaj wifely warrant vou'ht'ra Honorable Judge t
: :>' .' \ To advocate the removal of all politiI" Southern portion of the of the county court of Maiiatee county, FIlL ( I: HENIirKR.VUSE.FLUIUDABAKEIIL. !
: .cal disabilities.Tn.th. the Seminole Indians for a Senator ; for a final settlement and NW !
, discharge from tho
FEL -
'And that the day election will beheld ,
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on same ;
; : ,4 S To fa%or the giving of homesteads Estate of William J. Whidden. late of said 1 1FI4l1
in the counties of Hamilton and Suwan- (
; I
3i of such the State '
of the domain of
j- .ov1 public county
::; ;.: .' ... ,f Florida she cun depose of for this, purpone nee. for ft Senator fill the from the occasioned 11th SenatorialDistrict thei deceased.JAMESWHIDDEN.. Adm'r. j CUBEBS wntpdneri, Jt lI'IU parti BERRIES.are BUMU LE'1'

.,:'Y. to actual sett1er.'i' *. to vacancy by Manatee Oct 20th. 1870. tm. \ Drl\ TEn I
Underwood deceased
1.-11. ,
of
death
t- The moral and material prosperity of Flori I ;
I: ..i1( da And in each of the respective counties of the TAMPA. FLA. Moot OF I'esi'anairor.-Buchuj invacno..- .
: the establishment of unity i
depending ADMINISTRATOR'S
upon SALE.
election for its constitutional Jumper Btrie, by
State distiLatiou.
:- t. ". h nitoonr;*nd mutual coundeiico al]L a general Ufonn a fino ,
v- : .. classes of her citizens, and the Conservative among number of members of the General Assembly, I Will sell to the highest bidder for .. T it-sh llirsul. xTjri gin. Cubebs extracted by diupla.ment with

t.. :, party which the to-wit : at Cork, Florida, on the uecond Saturday. Ii ..-; Th I bpint obtaiotd. from Juniper Brnen ; very
I being the nJy party proclaims :
correct boats for such Union we enter the content In Eacambit county; ? ; 19th day of November next within the legil Goo 'ld J .. S W 4L .. 1 little .ullar Iii &-d.'and lOmiuU proper tion of ,

# *.i. with every assurance of victor:}'. InSe.ntaltosa ount''l i hours of sale the followitig'land belonging to S ,.\j!\ .. j I'. "J. 1. ... a". #.."-.'U-,. ,'. I bpint. It is more palatable, than aiv. now in :
the
Estate of William use.
-. In Walton county, 1 i Wilder late of said county '\ z I
Ift ,, : : A Torpid Systo m In Holnrt county,! : deceased, to-wit : \\ 111.be kept ,.ott. !'. )'I.fi' ; Buchu. as prepared by Druggist is of a I
TheSEJoftheNEJ.andtheNEJ 4 i.lark color It is u plant that
I ;-S In Washington county. 1 ; of N [ / -J6 tnus its fragrance
TtLout ;
i. '; Sometimes auy assignable cause El. Section Township 2*. South cf R 1..t'fl& ; the action 61 a
I- .! \ In Jackson county, ? ; tanllJ 0'1 11:10,1aM" : rfaniedcstroyi this (itsscttvepnIcip1e j
(tll>phytiiral animal AT
: -; < strength and spirits give 22 East. And the S ,S.naal.ur ),
in Calhoun connntyj 1 : E 4 of the S E I of ;o c- ) I leaving a dark andjlotinous t _
'f '"',.:."' ':.' vray.. and itraafo torpor' fella,alike on the body ? In Franklin county, 1 : ti 0 intellect. Theie i! 'ittlo
/ .' or no paid perhaps and The Buchn in mine
in
tu.g haul County rind State. prwloaiiaatts the imallc&t'quantity
.. In Gadsden county.2 ; JOHN JACKSOXS.HAVING ; '
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I. but the nr.L1 ti igor and elasticity of the ner- I : of the other !
_. ., THOMAS H. WILDER. Adm,. ingredients are tu' to '
'.:: .: and musccLur In Liberty county; 1 ; 1
eyst'in ecms to havo depeirtcd.
ymj3 Tampa October 4th, 1870. 5w. j prevent fermentation : upon inspection,it \si11 I
< In Wakulla 1 i FLORIDA
J.:>.<: $" :,- and tm inditlrcnoe the pleasures of county I ; I OPENED: MY! O0li() t !p. BAKEIkY, tie f"'csd mt to boa liuture, a. madcin PbatjnatojKca ,
4
1i. \: ;0:. k lifo iii-l wea of its grave responsibilities, In Leon county ; invite my friends and the public ifcr r h ita rup-c.nd thertfnr ,
"' ;,R tekab the pWe t>t that earnest interest in both In Jefferson county 8 3 ; Notice! I to Cii!1I! n'l .umio..I.f.11t1 piircl.ffinir. tlswhere. ". JOlt:; r; FLETCHER. l>8 &t'd'iu e.s.o hcre ftveror iniKhlihcu'cn"-

: '.'J :>l4ch'ch.inH.trriza: > every wcfl Wanceid mind In Madison county. 2 ; I My goods hatinc I,*rn l.oovhi for Tampa, Miry 19lh. i ist. Iat.u\ou! have the tnowiedg* of thinrredivcts .
'. when in n b ihb.rendition. In Taylor county 1 j i
k CAF1. they Art toIJ MS 10as can bebought and thi mode of
soy prfparation.
i} I.r1'hiS"1:1h'f.f1.nial ollapse is often the In Hamilton county1! ; having demands against the eo- ia "cf .--- Ilo that will
premotuturj 1 ALL persons tbiu market. My T&ck ; you favor it with a triAl.
4 to. jrmriComs of tome isenoan malady.ItibJuRUsujiaiiritaiably .- In Sdwannee county. fIn of Isham Crews, l late of POLK-: II EHIl.MAX W)': sSBKOD, and tEat uponiii-fcction: meet with J

; -S.- #S ". '., .ity; tnt Uie.>ital powers Lafayette county,I II ; county Florida, deceased are required to present t pproba l1.Wlth. your
: \ '' arc Ua.jrJ shir g and nee. a stimulant In In Alachna county 2 ; them to the Executor
: undersigned qualified DRY GOODS f- licg cf confidence, -:
; : .! .urlj rasftheeflr-ctofafcw doses of Hostettir's In Columbia county,2 ; duly authenticated/ within the time I : .
,
u. icspectfullv.H r
;i -A...," Suiuvictr Bitters is wonderfully beneficial In Bradftfrf Baker county, 1 ; ;, prescribed by law, or this not '*.: Void be pluu HARNESS E S 8 MAKER l very. P. HEMBOLD. I' ,
t; : ; \... Th. great tonic wake up the system In 'county 1 ; in bar of their recovery. And all pe6ons indebted Chmit and Lrjggut j
; .:.. 't.' nom ih drowae.: The secretions and the drcuLition L4 L- In Niuistfi county, 1 i to said estate, will please come forward Is( time largest ever brought to Tampa j'onihinll I ,, >.J IS Yttrs' Etfnenet.:
In 2 :1 I
: : receive! aewlmpetus. The relaxed D.nval coun 1 promptlv ami nettle. i in paitni .
.
I q. S ; nerves tremor Uttir clarticily under the oi>erapecifict In Clay county 1 ; JAMES. HAMILTON. s ILKS. i'RlNT.LAWS. CH ING IIA MS I ii :- SAD) 1)Lill) .b-
S.; ti n or tb". like tho slackened btengthuistnunent In St Johns county, 1 ; } xt'u'r. l ames FUnn l*, Shirt B. fiBv. ClonV :hilling, : t

; (If aly maslcaI in the process of tun-IS It Putnam' county, I ; Shawl* Balmoral, Stoilifi ( ;istte i i. le! .

l:1 L4bargy and'dfebfli y ,aro replaced by 1nMnrion ounty,2InLevycounty,1 EXECUTOR'S NOTICE h lIu'p" Glove Hoods. Nul-ia-s CellarssbweMnt' ; UPHOLSTER Ac. [From the Largest Manufactcnng Chemists m I

: #neT .-gor, thft spirits rise, andhfe) that: ; J i Pant Clot It. mtlnk..IlnUI.nin.,. the
: a3nostemed a burden' vhilo the ecasdtr 6f) In Vohifl a county I All persons indebted to tIlt Extatc cf DiniolH. GcoJt, Ji: thins. and e\'tl' thing ir lhi line.g ill atten to nil bu inrsa ITt this Lao withneatnesi ] WorM.XOT'mbor 4. 1554.

.4eprrsoH lasted. b 6teos orice more en- In Orange county 1 il; Tucker late of HilKburmVi! County, Ladles Dr -*' tiooils. w and d.:" :\.. "I acquainted with Jlr. H. T. Hemlx I
jny.tUi. That such r&diccl In Brevard county ; Florida deceased will tciae fonardand ,,. lcl. "
p change should jlenue ; :1 i. ( "''nl'\1 }; St 're. He the .
of d-- criptioo.Gentleman's occupud Dreg store bi.At
In Dade every cpposite
prodnred br rcnwdy entirely devoid of thealkaloids county 1 ; make payment ; p rou', hiding inj 1
and
,
S I nee was sncies.'ftl iu
pnwl'rfal aitd minerals so extensive In HilLfborough county. 1 ; demands against huiil :F tate will jiUns* present conducting the
lut-mess aLec other had
'.' used in modem practice, may seem incred.ihktothcmo L In Hernando county.\ ; them to the urxK'rviguol duly uutheun- TO PEttSOKSDesiring { bim. I Late( I not bct-n Dually cc.t4fre #
,. \vbf ntn their faith on the med In Sampler cpnnty 11 j; catcd. within the tie prewnbt-d %hv law. Ready-Msfle Clothins, I I t hittljvracter and un fsnoratIy" Imprtsstdwith

.. inical eni''acy nf active poisons. but if the e In Polk county 1 ; II. L. MlTCl, ELL. \ enterpr.neVILLI ,
r2cptic will tko th. trouble to enquire of In Manatee county, 1.; llxecutorTampw Enter Land. Firm l\win\VLIOHT5LVN,
tq et Jt
-S thowi Th" h.iv tf-rtcd the corrective and alteratm'virtncs In Monroe county 1 ;| Fla. Aug. 31st. 1S70Notice I Wtigbtman

tf thcBitttrs und.:r the circum5e.icribed. And on the same day a general el Ntion will -.-- ------ .- Fine Iloot?. Sc S\\ocs, 3I.lnuactudn3 Chtmislto. '
1 : tlr.1A(1c, < they.will fjwl the statement be held by the tribe of Indians located in the LI.'iNliAr' ':""ii rxpr.p.iENrn: : IN Ninth and Brown streets Philadelphia -

.. 1014 tnic. southern portion of the State, and known as U the Stit1 1.ml ...' .o i i.it f"-.:iry,ar, I off ,
m the Seminole Indians, for oce. member of the I YANKEE NOTONS,
''r : Assembly: \\h'> dcsiro t(. f utir Lmd. ily iMiiinj f.>- c.ntu'l j t
I S Unu jbrrlisrn rnl5 And on the name day there will be in each OIT rrihnthlll1ftt'r date I will present my accounts ,: forwa-dji! ? d. d,Af. will I K> .. .

___ __ county of the Stata a general election"! for constables L, and vouchers to the Honorable! '.i I.lInr.ET.3: : A ciiiLDRrN-s HATS For intry of.",) aor,'series* ----i ft.r ,'rnt I I Hembold's Fluid E ? .
-- each county being allowed an1 rJ'fiUed Judge of the County court for Hilliborough Over 1't'mJ' uuj. .- SO. :J$ I ract Bccbuh i .
t I to one CoftxtAtbl for two bundled county, Florid*, tor final Kcttlnt and disch .
: South Florida every registered I A'l' kinds of Ovir S> :1'1.11l.II'r' 100; . ::1' I f
; Furniture
voters in the (County provided however Jg from the ehUtc of Isaac Wnten dec'd j Otr any 'jua..tity.h": >ve HO .2 fI I (
that no county shall have more than tweheConstable PETER 1L.vrr.Kxrcntor. i im
i *, yet that rah county shall be entitled i l'oW'I.S'I'll, rcnut by CSTCSS., or Italt.AJJinss l: the utO!c'Fpecific for Uuiveixal Latitude I I
1 laij.ha) ,
: : .aco :
J 1 .
; I111E FEU1LE I ISSTI TE.1 to ut lea't two CoastAblea, regardless of Tampa Aug. 17th. 1970 6ui ,vtDB2)wlm TaV,-. :K i'.LARlKJTr. : ProttraUcn.The ic. "t| ,

,the number of registered >otra.It :? CTO. rons:lutif'D. ones, ftfiectcd with Organ' t
: I j is further ordered that the Sheriff* of the] T A XeD L LECTOR'S SALE L ; Y- 1 AEill, 1ltiance" -- ic Wf'akn.r"l'tir"f the a.-d cf Medicine to I .
TAMPA FLA I Hfveral counties shall cause a copy of this notice strengthen Jml i m:->ra!c the *v.trm. which t '
t to be published inn newspaper printed in I WILLOW-WAIIE, GLA S\\-\af: "A\ I \ i Liner i Hembold Extract: Cuo'bot in anablr I?
I
-C bib county, if there be a in theVV ; no treatment->. s l.r.ttedt.Ctl1. t
j _--_.-. _"rI. ..t.."...... h.._.paper.. _n_.published., _._._.I :_ .._ HERX.DOCOL"X1Y.. rX-W.AHE, CUTLEKI, tru ,'ii.s i insanity CnsuesRmboId3 umr.tio'n c?" I :
** kJt L* v .u I'vcj.'VB I'ASAAkVX* SA4. VU"
i county, they -hall cause at leat five copies of I Bridles, McLellan Sadct: s, 1177 ,
T>V VIRTUE OF AUTHORITY rested in .. .17. jo 1'7. '.......-I.. : \
I this notice to be posted in the.most public plfti me I Rifles, -hot Guns m.-l !I'!*:> ,', -.p
'w. T. FTAJSLEY; A. M.., Principal. i c 6 in the county. X) by law, I have this day levied upon and ,i All kinds of Stationary md r_ '..' "Boc 'I II I ,:
I ; In Testimony Whereof. 'I do hereunto will offer for side in front of the Court house (Initial writiog paper I It, t- .te.uh.1Ii I Fluid Extract

I :: pet my hand and have hereto door in Brooksnlle on the 3rd Monday in No- .' and lifuui< i v, .,... Bncha'i i L
: [L S] affixed the great lint of the State, at ember, 1870. during the legal hours of sale, the i'I i ,; .T Pi
I 'co' ; ,
Tallahassee, the Capital. this. the following described property or HO much thereof Smoking & Chewing Tob*" .4 t'," .' I i rfiect ots r-. lIliar to Females isne.1\Ucdl '-1 r

t t I The board of Trustees take. pleasure in announcing sixth day JONATHAN of September.C. GIBBS A. D. 1870. County as will Taxes be KtitEcient due by the satisfy partie the* owning State and theame : C i far s &, '.. I I ':\?::.t;$i\: : '-\Ij; ,:d;...h.,)r-. -.;..-#.1. |1 I 1v Rot any"ntion.: oth.'r Va.nfiilncss.p.pJ'f\rnhO:1 or, as in Chlorosis, or. ; r
SUrp"MO"lon
that the exercises of this In&titu- I I tde Secretary of State.REMOVAL for the year A. D. 1869 and b'ck taieo : FINE MERSCHAUM 1'11'c., A ..-lr.-Lr..": -s--:-... .1'..-"I.JI1I..1t.,'':... .:- "1.1"--.. Evo-'nation. Lleented or S--hirrr of State Cutomiry -:
-
n'on will rmgin 17th of for the A. D. 1M 9 that be .5-, .. --
on Monday October. year > may unpaid, to- ... i ol the Utf-rni. and all complaints incident ,

J The Board I* in pouwwion abundant Utimonlals wit : I I| Fine OLD RYE WIISIIEl', ALE -----t_".,S -'f".. .n'P.or4.7. -. _-.,... : the sex, or the decline or change of hfc.la to-
S :, as to the character and qualifications of Oooley. William, Et-The S E 4 of S }: j J. S I i I -S q- 'f"14 ...i.'" .". a
Mr. Haisley. Additional 1 teachers will be employed i iS. R 19. T ;J. I I I -u S. .!
'as thft noceantie* of the bchonl may dazrand. We have removed from the Brown corner, to Dent John F, EetHmell. !I CHAMPAGNE CIDER BITTCR ft <( I the adjoining building. where the Post Office # liemen, Est-S E 4 of R W I, S 2t, I B
>t>" ( .;'f". I.... OCTOIJ Hembold's
I .
the Fluid
: S The scholastic has been kept and upon arrival of R 21 T MEDICINES I. l..r H'r.$ Extract Buchn ana
year will bo dividM into 1 24. I ,
I :
,
schooners Sarah Culler and Ida Bell we shall I- 't' I.\ cf 'lum } ip..h.l\'i,, ',, ,_
rfl
\ four quarters of ten weeks B. : Peed. Jeremiah wife-S E 4 j of N E J S 20. SNUFF tInl ... ', .hlll I
;
I ft,
locate and Fall and Winter stock at ve di..Ittrii otsi thisEEI '
our lI'
SIam charged from tic?* of entering.Nodednctions .- open R 20T21. f AMMt1IT1(1N. .t'. Improved Rose Wash t
the Yellow Store block from the I. i i \ *AiURI>.\Y a : for :
ono Ferry ttam.hi1 I%l'rA'
)"
: made for lost time, lees than Bellows: RemyMas.y.John In f''t everything ran be lound tbnt i i.UtJ.I I.
i I. BLUMENTHAL & ). COLA. .PSLACIIIC'LA. ?'I. MAtKI, :
I . two wreks and then only when occasioned by;I' CM P- t de in this action. (1:1"11 1Lve.

t .. nckneps and the Principal is informed of the Tampa. sep. 2Rtb. Saxon, \V.-.SE4ofNW4S21, R 19. ,i A Frooli ofGROCERIES I TAVIM.. toi, KM Nrw\\YEE.-:. and tie HAVANA Triau luutislnl freiiZlst : Will radi illy pxtirminate from the svKtem dis-.
1- T '''. KM. tti* l-lori. esr" anviQ fam habits f
Mm* by the Parent or Guardian. t M. I j I of dl iratton. at little
: | 8o\\t\i E\a.\ Cotton Ginnery VeeksJamos-SE4ofSW4.S2 R 21. I An tiiis lnilrol,1l1nJ;FtniniiiliiiH a ai..l line New of >Yoik.trnmsfiiis,| connee-I I cxpfn, !htttc! or no chan t' in diet no iucon- ;
T24. Fiei2kt ta vem nee or
: I > r TERMS PER QtTARTER : ken from Nrw Y"r.K for all : thc expCHnte ; completely supprcedme r
FLOKIIU: an-1 "nnplca-nnt
and
.
AVM. L. FRIERSOX.Tax J7HJ35 OX HAD. I n. dangerous rem. i.. fbl
for .iH
v -IOncbalfin AT THE TAMPA CEDAR MILL. Collector Htrnando Co. j rru'iil ir iandii.son the Cu.TTAiioocntt : avis and Mercury. in all these diseases.Hembolds .- t.
TampoA. pril 20th 1870. td* i! icill ftiv tie lirlfft;!: Cash prices fur I aii-1 {Ftir I:I\EFS. 'RE
t ; advance. Subject a deduction f COTTON HIDES UMX Taltvic The lii. will i 1 becortirtio.l! thronchout thyrur S

: in proportion to the amount received Owing the state of war in Europe. we J I dv an.! the lo-rc-l lutes .,i firight will heiiistjiiie.l ,

from'the Stat and County. up a GINNERY in place of our : Notice. I I piving every fi's.iMe (fAci1iy; to Fluid Extract Bucnu -
I circular saws-Four McCarthy and one Collier! J. S. LIG II TSEY. Pantei! nnd Mer-1nts lit I'loriU t.. at ail I

; FKIXIXY DSSJLXXVXXT-Spelhng. Reading.1st Gin-under the superintendence of Capt. A. i ileniives of nil th,- bt'nf'til. f.f frequent and

S. and 3d Readers, first lebsons. in Geography. WatrouK, and wo are now prepared to receive SIX MONTHS FROM DATE. I will present j I r"IZ'11tr '.'t."lmnJi-ti.m iith! New rkam.ii.1! in all diseases Of these organN whether erist-

Primary AriU roB<%. .. ., *600lyruaanuTC and gin Sea Island Cotton In a most satisfactory I accounts and vouchers to the Honoruble -II| I New Ycrk ii< 'hipping their croj i to innrUt ? in male or female, from wh-tever cause I'

.: CLASS Reading, 3d to 5th Read manner at Four Cents per pound and the I Jn 1-e. of the County Court of Polk Coun-, '!AGENT TAMPFOR .rn F.Pf E. JOHNSON and in ot tan,hi*; uvj.lies. lli. tttt'ctio:1f( ing.originating It ? and no matter of how long stand- k -.
t+ed. tj Fkin 1.v for a final Hrttlement antI diNchorgcfntm tho-e who oriWmi pleasant in toste and odor, .' j
aie Cotwls
i
CO. from mmeI I
: er indul\, Wri tinge 2d book in Geography, I FOR THE : NEW diate in
-. First Leesons in Grammar, Intellectual Arithmetic -., L BLUMENTIUL L CO, | th. st to of Zachonah Srward (''\. YORK isoillrd to the ft"t tl.at they -AII ship >of the 'lion anSI strengthening than any
: --I etl \"ek'v' from New Yoik bv this preparations of Burk or Iron.
... ..... $100G&nutiB : routeT Those
KEDDCTION. DANIEL STAN FOB I). lUdr LO\\'tl: 1\1'E.' an'.l IN QITICKKII snffting from broken-down constitnuon -, r .
-
\ '::::' r.umrm-English Grammar ':, Extcutor ; LIVERPOOl1t4tM) LOSDOXIGLOBE) TIME tllIlI. )by any otli.r t IOlll procure the remedy once.
Geography Completed, History. Practical Ar. ;, f\n aooount of the Franco-German war both. B.irt.fw, JUv 2r.th 1670. 6m. Cotton taken; Nw .I' The rt'M*f must be' aware that however
English .. .. .$1000 I i' _. II to \ 'rt ana throujh ".light
rthnetic the
Composi j i \J the I>>sly and Cedar Mill arc running on' ----- i Bills Lading fi.'neJ at L.WE4T LIP.li. maybe attack of the above diseases,
ti 'i,' CLASSICII. DtfJOTsayr: The higher Mathematics Pipe and we are now on'enng EAL ADVANCED niaJe BATE* ; : it .s certain to afivct the bodily health and

,\ .." "':,- Natural. Intellectual and Moral Phil- let .clasS Lumber at .. .. 520,00 Final Notice. to its in N.w Yoik \;.d New un Cut tun coongned .mental l j Orleftng.
.. :. .. ( rrc'ent lr""eotlma.l" with require the
my the aid of
. .800Thtt J a
2 Good Board can be chtuinod in pnvate sQl' BouSh'-Edge O mj x'onnta anti votichfrs to the Honors- Po.tuffictl Drpartmn.t. the Hori.la Railroad urfti(. IIE3.DOUrs EXTRACT BCCHU
m.l1t '" : figurcfc should induce those contemplating -I ble Jud .'" of the I is th. great DiuJ'lIti
County Court Of Htrnando j ji Company will JI..MIOI| | a steamer to mil from d
"VjJRANCH.
< ] to build or improve their homes, to.,. 801t
S i,I Ii ; i County fonts f"r a final settlement and dis- Nrw Orleans every >sttrv! tron HJVM..I by Prujts flTCty\\here. Pril'I

.J ', W. B. HENDERSON, lend in their orders, BLUMENTHAL at once.I & CO, ;,;i charge mn'zuthc ."*ute of John E. Johnson, late: !' FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY, I II evtiy Tu.gJay andKev UVt c%erv W."..u:' Sl. ::;.i er to bctt1. 'r 6 bottles for f IJ.50. Dt'li'u ,
i of said Nlllut.1.'ffNIC"1. dolr.. 'I.lrc1.3.
: : <: E. A. CLARKE. I i >-mi> I
", ? nil
HANNJOHNSON.. I leans ha,', be.tn clmmnnic\li.
nin5triiet
".".:oriJc.... ..;_.r Trustees4 '; Administratrix. j'' ASSET, 18,400,000 i! tans hi. to ndmitito: lla- !
'' '..J' < ;: ROCKY POINT SILT WORKS\ in GI,1)NEW I by time. *ntl.llclIIll.ican. ccinul at
.
.,. ".I".. r: -. '" ---- S ,!1 .Brookhville. May 27th. 1870. 4-6m ; i Havft-,. a. p tciTice agent will di'p uh le I! Att.1ris'H. T.

'I.:. ;, rate fialt always] on hand and for sale, at I. I turn mails toeach port forwarding all .:ich HEM BOLD.

: Notice First fbovfc works at 80 cents! per ba hcl.inc.h Notice. mstt.r aooaa be exp Jiu-.lii; it* transmijn Dl"G AND riiExU'-L WAWHOVSE. _
I II i iiy
\.v \' *, '! 531
I or country produce. delivered in thisroute. BROADWAY. New York.
YORK
3 :!w I.'., LL person are hereby noti ed not to bur i,Tampa. 90 cents per oosheiCdcr hereby pveu forewarning: all from i I' Eveiy fteoommo.latiun and facility -*iII b '- 10 eo
pervns I i iffor lJ
> for Salt promplly nfled. Ib to hil'rt'N* Rn.t I ('Osn.i
J\
or trade for a ccrta 1promill8Of1 not pva trading for a certain promissory note mivlf iI l-y the --- \ ') \.
S \ .# 1-y m. and payable to Luau> H. Tyler dated pflTcE&nurrC'. payable to W. T.Carptnt or l bearer, for .LcttFi I I .Agect of the line cit all | ointuF. ,

-, in or about October. 1869, for fifty bushels of I Tampa. Oct. 1st 1S70. 1)1 Hundred Dollars and drawn cue slay afitr W. PKUKIS: .t Cf. :. A one a ,. tf <; C. n uil: J'D.
:. mm. pahl#> as or JIM f>>r. bco.*u.so said note date dated about the lust -"rriI187 as LIFE: INSUUANOK: COMPANY{ I Agents 2G ToronJelrt SireM, \'w OIUII4., C'r.

3&tJeentJilIvp..ttC4.'k i iC. 1 GENTS WANTED-> PER DAY,-bv Mtid note w a* frandukntly obtained. .1.I K. KOB-KT: l.uT.! S..t done' lP, }ill !
'k ( S Q CU.\"rORP. |'A' the AMERICAN KNITTING MACHINtCO J. SVMUERLIN.: 1 I I'p I 1".ecnt' 1 Chvnb, ll..t., Nrw Yo-L: with ho-imil. f D1K. t.t.t-nr.la'r Cheni.alVitrehouei 1 vrtrEer.'I' 1

..\ .' \ y..r. ().rtnhe! Illb. (ii/. I[ ., Boston, Ma-5 or St. Louis. Mo.I 1 1 if'. !" qb r 31. 1S70: C\ I j .1." II 10,1"< ). j .T7. (;. 'I ERP.I-5 f.ot.Tlp: I 1H.'\ .ifDul T.. IIEMBIJ.I S.- 5 ;





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