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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: March 8, 1871
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tampa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hillsborough County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hillsborough -- Tampa
Coordinates: 27.970898 x -82.46464 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1855.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1874.
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended in 1861?; resumed in 1866.
Numbering Peculiarities: Resumed vol. 1 in 1866.
General Note: "Democratic" <1856>; "Republican" <1873>.
General Note: Editor: Simon Turman, <1859-1861>; Sam C. Craft, <1866>.
General Note: Publishers: Simon Turman, <1856>; Wm. J. Spencer & Co., <1859-1860>; Wm. J. Spencer, <1861>; J.E & T.K. Spencer, <1866>; T.K. Spencer, <1869>.
General Note: "Here shall the press the people's rights maintain unawed by fear, unbribed by gain."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur" -1866-.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 3 (Mar. 3, 1855).
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'tTHEPENINSULA: ; Insect Infesting Plants. What Becomes of a Dead Horx. A Touch of Life.i Not to be Imposed On. MERCANTILE. WESLEY MANSELL, -' j jxIll4UUit,9

'There arc several kinds of insects which i ilarc The Scientific American! recently contained :i I A few nights since'the passengers in a..1! Dr. F was the President of a = -- ::: -:, -
I the cultivator of flowers andI an article on thd uses to which: Southern who professed to be J
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college
pests i crowded street car were startled by the.| C. & E. Howe ,
'PUBLISHED OX WEDNESDAYS.I I for which a vigilant watch should be rnaini dead horses can be applied. in the course 1 soft cooing of a couple in one corner. .A.: very grammatical in t the use of his. laugua'ge Q .QlIginrrr, ] -

:i ,.I i tamed in order to prevent their ravages. t of which it hj ujJ i. that the animal i blue veil hid the lady's face, and the gen anti t therefore expected his pupilsto _
-' The most common kind of these insects must be a Jt lrelyv good one if he is: tleman's hands were playing nervously be likewise. Playing cards was strictly -

ADVERTISING RATES i i is the green louse, uhich often completely worth as. alive as ho is to the i I I with its folds. .': I forbidden on the school premise, but, Commission Merchants, AND

-. -'- ) covers the young and tender shoots of retorts ad HBpf/, the chemist. As;'i "You love 111l', then F they 1 heard him I>as is always tho case, this law was often .

:: roses and other plants. These may easily -,I soon as t tbjHplKw'dead, his blood is I say.'s I:; violated by the students without being dcitected. 71 Into.-\J\\ .'"-, N. Y -.
FLORIDA PENINSULAR OO h1t:1i
THE ,!t he destroyed by inverting: the pots sought by thTmanuiaclures. of albumen, The rapid reply was in a tone less loud, I A number of freshmen collected STI' s O S i .

-k .. FLORIDA. i over a tub of water or soapsuds, and itu-!and by sugar refiners, .an .tbc.Jjurners of il'but its accent was a tender us heart could !I I together in one (If their number's room prompt attention gmnta the wvl of COT. aart'r '-

mersing the plants, waving them gently 1 lampblack 1\of a dropLj/altolred. to ge 1, wish. and were enjoying a good game of euchre, 7icq.j. .JI.ioa Sirtrt*. .a,Joor 111 .
t the of 12 Bre-Ii to waste. TtThe I I. the door. 'IOX, HII)]>v <.r TroJuce generally or for of th. \itluJic C% rcA.
1 Squirt, {occupying spice I too and fro. A soft brush will assist in I II '*! have loved you so long the swain [ when a knock was heard at '

: Tier line, at leu first Insertion.,. ..... ..1.50 I removing them. It'will be cecessary to mane and tall I are granted for haircloth -j continued I 'and have beer afraid to indulge "\Vhio' there ?*' one exclaimed. tin- .nrrltae ,.f Mtrrh.\mli5 of any descripti.t.i. "

;;t- For erety uWqoent Insertion..."." .. ."..75On tie a piece of cloth over the oil in the sieves, bo w-sri( fiul bru8h s.- ] the sweet hopes that are now resolving ")[c ?" was 1 the laconic reply. C. P. Wandell .,.

I t On. aquarc column c, one JX1ODths.-.u..lO'OO year, ..,..-...... $ISO pot,. or use some other similar means to The skinris,converted into leather for cart :i themselves into certainty.' "''l1o's me'Professor ?" KtlVr: 1y innishioii to \ '
AdrertiMttuenU not marked with the nurnz prevent the soil from falling out while harness! for Ixwts"and shoes, and strong! "Was afraid of f F--." j-jI /
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you pa C. J. FErEEFLE : W.u.Ildr.o'n, t
ber insertions desired, will be published until -, performing the operation. The green fly collars. 'l'he hoofs are1 used for comb3, i, "No-but of you." I I Yon lie Ha, ha, ha Professor Ksq. Tin, Copper, Brass and Sheet IronWorker I' ; .

ordered out and charged first accordingly.AdrertuemeaU insertion. and I may be destroyed in the same manner.- horn-work, glue and in old times were the I! "Wh8bould you be afraid of me ?" would not. say sinc !! He would say, It IMmury J llth. ly. ; t f '
due from
;. .collectable In greenhouses tobacco Is generallyused chief f-ource of hartshorn, now obtained "Uecau it; seemed so impossible that is I. sir'r! -'-'- -- OPENED at the rear of L. C. CoTac_ '. .\ I .
sevoxdinglj.0 the in from the gas-house. The flesh is boiled i: turned his back and went HAS
--- to fumigate plants by burning a i you should ]love me. The professor R .B.POST. A.M. HOBBY. ---w
furnace, but this is an offensive operation down in the rendering vat, and much oil : "WhyTI off,. knowing that they had him there. vkh's Store SHOP, with ft full assortment ",,. ; : ,
: 'TERMS, TO SUBSCRIBERS: and fat is obtained from it. Some of the ,04 .
in the house It be performed however -. handsome -' '--- ,
may i "I am homely] face is not ,
my
I ; POST & HOBBY of material.IIe :
: I*" Annum.. (In advance)' ffcSix ': : $2.00 on a few plants at a time by taking I choice bits may; 'find their way into cheap!i ; I have rotting that attracts the A GOOD JOKE ox EDITOKS.: -Soon "af !

Months. 4 ; -. LOG an iron vese1of, any kind, putting iu a I restaurants, andplay,the part beefsteak I love of woman/:' I I ter Chief Justice Chase (th"ii a Whig) &- %ill fill order auj do repairing as' .t /".

--- few live coals and fc. small quantity of J or help to. enrich,the hasty plates of soup! "But you are richthe lady archly I'lI !.I assumed the gubernatorial chair in Ohio, --t
Por the Peninsular moist toliacfo: and turning ovti this and I of these establishmepls :'Tho;flesh left,I| plied." he issued his proclamation appointing a bo rt notice.

t MY AIR CASTLE. the plants a barrel or large box, and allowing after all has been extracted from it that is 1' 'Passingly so, but not \ery." I I thanksgiving day.r1'0 make sure of being Commission Merchants 1"1"n..20th.

.' i- them jo remain for some time. of any service, i is sometimes burned, to be The conversation had by this time I orthodox, the Governor composed his S .
I There is another insect more difficult : used as manure, or is worked up into nitrogenous -: and proclamation almost exclusively of past -
Let,others joy in golden treasure, grown absorbingly interesting, every !i ,
: -Ia possession*rich and rare, to get rid of, which is frequently I to be i'I compounds, such as the cyanides -! 'ar was listening in the crowded car. t i sages from the Bible, which ho did not IVcw Orleans .Ln BLACKSMITHING1: I i. 1.

Ah! they yield not half.such found on house plants. It is a species to be used by the photographer in i "Would you marry me if 1 was poor 1" j designate as quotation, presuming! that "

: Mmy'castlelntheAir.:** cocus, commonly known as the mealy taking our pictures. The stomach mill ; "How can you ask me-am 11'0 uu-r- I I every one would recognize them, and ad- I am now prepared .. 'v ,
-' bug. 'l'heyare generally to be found in intestines make val uable strings and cords I i"j i mire the words: well as his tate in their Oscar to attend to ? '"
CheesmanWHOLESALE
conary all kind of Irk ( .
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:: Whto a boy Ua beauty gladdened.! the axiles of the leaves, and resemblinglittle for,musical instruments! and out of 1 the j "No-but so many are/' select iou. proclamatiorfnwthig the in the Blacksmith or :JX."\ -- .

; Oft tuy mood in idle boor, wads of cotton. They cannot be I bones many useful articles am iKanufacurcd There was a momentary silt'nee, and ', eyes of a Democratic editor,"4he pounced Wheelwright tine, I --_
Sow,though older weary saddened removed by'Washing, but mnst be pickedoff I that it is almost impossible to male thin the 1 whispered conversation was resumed at once upon' declaring 1 he I had with eatnfA'hd\V ':"" : a4.J

'Still I feel ita witching ppwer,. by hand. This is a slow process, but out a complete INt of them. Among with -mutual lollfel' ion. In ,read it before couldn't exactly where DEALER IX ne>8 ami dispatch \---0 1fn"

it must I he done when they first appear them are buttons, toys,' tweezers,' knife-I plain words', both acknowledged a resemblance.to -but ho won Id take his oath that it was meuts I"ho.l\tl\m notice, UPp : 1 ,.
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When the
: quiet.twUighfs musing. or your plants will bo ruined by handles, rulers, cups, dominoes, batts; Job's turkey-neither had a downright plagiarism from beginning 10 f uu.v kind 'O _. .
; Tends to lull the soul to rent them, as they increase rapidly. and the residue from all these tbings is cent. Thewouhl commence their married end. That would have been a pretty fair promptly im--u l. J .v. -

$_;_ Languid cane and peace diffusing __ These arc the ordinary insect pests burnt into bono black to be used by the life much the joke }but the next day the Whig editor to. I have ou LoiuL and f.'r taU Chump Plow -
they began
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: very of all kin.l. )Ji. Plow Si.H-k'. Hill<,
each anxious toil-worn breafiCBorne Itates
;; Through I against which it is necessary to guard sugar refiner, who puts in a second claim world-with nothing. '[lie mutual con- came out yaliantly in defence of the Gov- CROCKERY & GLASSWARE Anchors, CruuiM Ctuiiits..lroa of&U bead And -/ '

: upon my pipe's tf h mazes your plants. The red spider is also a on the dClllb caDl1; som of.tho bOl1 fession was evidently a damper on their 'rnor. pronounced tho c-hurgo false and Farm iu.ittriuLi. Give uie A ralL r.

f .. ". .Airily I opward float, nuisance.: These are very' small, in fact lack is burned white to bo used$ by the enthusiasm. The'ere silent. The lady ibellous, and challenged any man living HENP.Y hR.\t' E. .,;3

All of Life'.unpleasant phases, all most invisible except to a close assayer in testing gold : and when the cast furtive glances at the,swain, and to produce one single line of the proclamation 71 IVarrcii .
Xrork
Their be inferred assayer and refiner have finished with it, had appeared in print Mrot '
obsene.. last murmured that ever -
r- Casting ia my castle's moatMany'are presence may at audibly : -
if the foliage appears yellow and it is converted into superphosphate to "I'm too young to m:rr\. .'' x-forc.-ColutuUXLIMITED Sk'szna( FLORIDA BAKERY \ .
:. ; the columns gleaming; serve.as valuable manure on our land.! Ii. M. NLDISG.1. s. TrBVER.Savannah ,
sickly. On observing, turn up the The tone was disappointed. It had a -' '-- -- (1\ "
Leyyville
,; Changeful in each color's glint leaves,and you will probably find the little 'The teeth arc used as substitutes for ivory -i hesitating accent about it that meant more CIEDIT.-IIarp: Drawer F TAMPA, FLA. ,

:,; Spanned by rainbows ercr beaming rascals at work. They maybe deatroyed by ; and the iron shoesif, not nailed I than the language. But the 'answer has the following : .

p- *-Lon'own hue," the iaYrite tint. profuse and repeated syringing of the over the door, to insure good fortune to I. came heartily, Huff and to the point.I An enterprising and fair dealing business COLDING & TURNER Thresh Cirad, ,

?T Stately are its domes aDd towers plant sand particularly of the under side of the househoflj, are worked up into excellent I "So am I"We've /' man iu ..Auguta4.[ .," was lately 4' T
the leaves. wrought metal. Some portion of theboneblack t both been mistaken." met at the door of his grocery by an honest :1:1Will
Biigbtitaballbeyon&coznpnre, i coftrrn; .. :
m Q 0 CAKE Ac. -
entire
is converted into phosphorus : Frenchman stranger ,
Wreathed its with Constant vigilance is necessary in the i And so they had. They left the earcinictly. looking n
portals flowery
L all gay cultivator of flowers to enable him to for the manufacture of matches, and lately ThtiqueMimi of marriage was I to him. who asked credit for a barrel of be kept con \

,Scenting with fragrance'me. check the operations of these insects before I a valuable bread preparation is madeof thoroughly understood. Then) was tube flour. "I I can pay half 7c cash h down, and AND (iEXEHLt.o1u'1.sh1n
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Birds with tropic plumage glowing. they have had an opportunity to accomplish tho phosphate, and medicines are prepared no wedding.Scrapof. ze balance next 'Saturday. sure. The stand) on hand -'

:, ,Thrill the heart with witching strain much mischief.-Country Gen for the cure of consumptives. merchant, without hesitation, turned to : .-.' r' .
ifimie -'.'- -'.'-'- and. with kindly stnilc and tor sale at theFLORIDA .
crystal cascades Dg. tleman. one of his clerks a Wrxfhnnt5 '
Tinkle back liOnneH1 refrain. -- -'.- The Oueida Girl on Flirtation :(\sp.iier| iis
,, :- FEBEUAKY STEAWUEEGIES AND FLOW- A late number cf the RcrdutioH con flour, said : "This good man wants to 5S fiay Street, Sucanjialt, Geo. JOHN F, FLETCHER. ;
curtains fcoftlyCupeU sbiDing. ERS IN": mm.\-A correspondent of tains a short article under the titlo of The Boston CviiiMCiciiil ltfllitin" says : get trusted for a barrel of flour; he'll pay i Tampa May 19th. ). \'

rich with Tytmn dyes. he Boston Transcript writes from :Florida "Flirtation : Its Uses and Abus-fs." The following "chunks wisdom" about half down and the rest t next ltufLla"I'll .- and cartful retention Riven to the -

:j Sculptured marbles pictures glimmering under date of the 1st instant : which strongly defends and actually commends -; newspapers are commended to the perusal risk him ; he's good as gold ; open afresh Prompt of CottonoI L Hides, Beeswax and

: 'With hues caught from Paradise. *-! see you have been having another flirtation, on the ground that it is of all readers who arc in any way ir.- barrel, weigh out lulf, deliver it in Produce Ocnrnrfly. Liberal Cash Advances l'UnSJ! tqJ jlithn\Jj,. H 1

cold spell. Thursday,January 2G, seemsto innocent, and bodes 1 no ill to any one-a terested in the press and its progress : good shape at his house, put the barrel iiade on Conhignnvint- Km; MP
Babyhood mends so long Banco vaniuhed. Recollect that when think the editor
I have been a harsh day with you, with statement hardly warranted by facts, we you safdUI t take it down next Saturday : ; .
:* : Greet me a>I tread the halla snow and sleet, and filially a temperaturebelow fear. To the shallow-hearted, coquetry ought to "pitch in," t there may !he an away' when'lie pave the balance ; never TISON & GORDON, i ., !
and
:: < For' time and change ieatiare bunifth'clProm zero. Here, all last week, the may be one of lit 's amusements, \\ithuut individual to l'ayumcthm.s when the refuse to t trust an l honest looking man for .J. ,
: : 017_castle'* glamoured\mlls. weather fine and which existence would be duller but the said pitch is told.Au '
was unexceptionably ; bread. It was done, the money paved, (Do44on Factosy tr:
hi 'jghtly through the vistaa irv, mild. Thursday (your cold day) it was true woman, we believe, can find sufficient aide article may bring the editor a and the French gentleman departed rejoicing #. ( : jf.

b Perfecting the raushmc&t. too warm for a light overcoat. Oil Friday enjoyment iu things'far more ennobling cane. in an abundance} i>f flour amid unlimited ._ J. .1..
Glide* the Cattle's guardian turv. I walked two miles to llardee's nursery her character than the romance of a flirtation Telegraphic dispatches can generally i 1 credit. {: '\mk; Qn :.cl\\\\J. \I\

; M;dream-lore' rom Eden bent.Merer and saw cape jassamine just bursting in which she has no.more interest be relied on-we have known a bigger. I TAINTS OILS &0. J \
nto bloom, and plenty of strawberry than to obtain admiration for her charmsat amount of re-lvhir,; in this direction iJlan'r.n -- ,.

j cross uncertain chiding bloss-orns-all iu.the open air and unpro- the cost, perhaps, of a broken heart or \ other. 11cillci!: i : lD"i'tl, .!. MERCHANTS Rt't'entI1't' a fin. huge ad -. '. '" .

F .Serer found in wayward mood; tected. I might have seen ripe strawberries hope to the man whose affections she has Full reports do not always indicate ---- Having to my former stock I am prepared \ '-4 .'
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',Always.pretty bright,confiding, grewing if I had chosen to walka wickedly with. One can avoid asking that the reporter was full who furnished = = g317 =S'.fu Q to w.11 for cash almost any article that (&u. f\
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i: Gentle, hopeful joyous, good few rods over some rather moist land.- what is the moral effect ou tho char- them, though you may infer so if you sit .- ._- -,. -. ,--_. be enquired for in the DRUG LINE. Among following 'J 't.
: -- -- the articles for sale in Store the .
jf Yesterday thermometer in the shade acter of a girl who thus abuses the grace next him sometimes at a public dinner. many few viz my ,
with welcome thrilling. E: .till continue Lu intss at the old ttamlG are a :
1 Metingme dainty hands in mine, was at 77. It was almost tohot to work and beauty which God has generously l bestowed When :you hand a coinmutiication lau JONES, JR. ? SA }' STREET: and offer our ervi; Raw aud Boiled Linseed Oil. .-J .ft'
; Clasping much in the open air. SOllle'linaeh and upon her We candidly believethat editor, containing an ingeniously introduced cos to the Net[ chants and Planters of llillsloro Spirits of Turpentine, oJ f/
Bj her touch and glance In8tillii<. N peas hat planted a fortnight ago have even a thoughtless course of coquetry -]! puff, and see him aimd t that part and then.ljae ntconntiesfor the sale of Cotton A variety of Paints. \ 'tl1'1.nt Brnihea .j I. ': I
and and faith diviiwi.riweet Varnish and Varnish Brushes "
Hop* strength of it, conclude _von cnn't sell him :nud other Produce.also for receiving and .
"Y come up finely. Onious of good size cannot be indulged in without in some you may > Sewing Machine Oil Rock Potash

fresh lip, caressing m..fYti1L. have sprung up abundantly from last measure demoralizing the character, mak- in that manner. :S 1 torn c -11 :at .&itu. forwarding\Veaiepieparedto: Cotton and make)lerchl1nJis liberal .advance Window Glass Liver Intijorator, ,, ,

"Lightly"touch mj brow and ha'jr ; year's seed left accidentally in the soil.:- ing one heartless and superficial. Still Attention to your orthography! will tell *:- i on voitsignuienU to us for sale in thi Market Hemboldt's Buchn. Gelatine, {"oeoaine .J- ..\
-- Tender-words whose echo lingers On Sunday I sent borne Tiolets that I worse, then, must he the result of the deliberate you that advertisement in ..inothl.ro1umn" or where it is preferred be forwarded to ourfriends Hypophoephates of Iron. Soda and Liia. -. t
HARTOW.) FLA.AYilliraetJoe Plantation Hosteller's, llart' TInegar' 4 -
AtthLInonw1toutheeozIittbftone8olin1trM-- plucked that day in the woods. 'The sorrel and dciigning flirt. Yet the author docs not ulvvavs refer to \otice in Liverpool l New York, Philadelphia and Smitn's Tonic flitter 'i.h

!- in the fields is of the brightest green, : of this article makes flirtation appearto to )[arin'r:'."' or ".\Ile'8l-am11, Wanted." Botson or Ball!more. Kaliston Florimel .1'
in thooul1.1 m TJI- Ku tcrn Having had fifteen in theCo1touCornInisonBuines
and.the is mUl.hto be matter of "That It j is true that "Startling if true" seldom : years experience t'.1rbolicci.l., RoKulalis ic. .
AirY springing a necessity.
a
.; I' In hi* "Casein the young grass Cir* nits of tin S!I"t-,'. S .
,' t turns out to be startling. ( % If you are in need of anything in the Drug '- '
of herds that
the delight the lowing girl may know as much as possible of the .
'" ,Or that fitting earea which cumberedAll are sent out to forapo for ,themselves in man she intends to marry, as also of men Iteports of hanging do not rome under n Savannah, w* hire an extended and gener Line call at my Store and BRANCH.get a genuine article. .
"- should take their flight tIC! head, of cable B. Wall .10 uaint.im.-e to whom we refer with cone \ '.4 '
'Ihe despatches.Sometimes Joseph \ -
day.' winter. Winter The name seems a iu general. We agree that it is her dutyto Tampa June 14th. 1570. :
lie\
Wj*the hearfsbest tho'ts that dumber''Wi 1 misnomer here... There has not bcen a thoroughly acquaint herself with the irascible correspondents call \Vsi. II.TISOX.

1 the stars come forth at night daysincc the middle of November that, man to whom she intends to give tho remainder personally to demand retraction and illustrate J Wm.V.. CIOl WON. -- : '

+ *.' LEer&r1I'IIF i it. has not__ been_ a luxury to be out of of her life ; but we doubt whether their communications, with cuts- ,lh1\'lH\n-i ulBROOKSVILLE.1 G'-jntts ) For Cedar Keys. "' ---/r I ;

-_- doors. r"or a day or-two about Christmas flirting will be found the best means: in such cases a strike on the part of the .- \\.1 J

A G.1u.': COSFEDER.lTE.-We pub- in door lias rather uncomfortable for effecting this end. For the earnest I i editorial department is justifiable."Interviewing''is FLA."TILTJ NOTICE.Tlhe t. 'C" .t

lislf the following from the pen of Gen. because of our limited provisions for a' girl, community life-such awe enjoy I I nothing new ; it existed -. undersigned l luis this day taken into co TIlE STEAMEtt : 1'd ,
: H. Hfll editor of the Southern Home, temperature below fifty." -offers all reasonable and 1 desirable' in C.Tsar's time, for did not great Julius PRACTICE in the Oth: aud 7th Jndi- ) in tho AucTioN1 & COMMISSION t j
'D.,. !
... ask ''Who is the that calls f' Mr. .\lhur '. The firm will t '
2sorth Carolina. An eyewitness -- chances for making this acquaintance, !I press : OireniK and give piompt attention business Henry ,t ,
; Charlotte;that the meeting between the A MAX DROWSED WHILE BEDCG BAPTIZED. and .jet, enables her to keep her womanly ,I The local news of some papers appears to all.,ui ness uitnstid to hi- canH.L.MITCHELL, h< realtor be conducted under the nanuj ofW d J.'J I

7 General.say*and Captain Randolph \rastouching .-A few week since Dr. A. I'. modesty and reserve. A community'I I! to be very low culled indeed. f..t L' 1

:- Pownall Sand Hill, Ky., after a brief girl can afford to be callednmsociable] or,; The life blood of a newspaper is said (a V A A A. A J, IJ U It \ ;
the extreme
:; -- in : courtship, was luarried to Miss Mary J. thought lacking in brilliancy ; but cannot i I to be its advertising, but then life blood, :)
'"Capt. Lewis SmdolfJt.We were Wilson. Shortly after his Dr. to be effectual' must have god" circulation. -
marriage by thought or called a flirt without feelinga I:::. o. r\n NX. !
: ibockeo to find at the depot in Charlotte Pownall united with the Christiao Church blush;of indignation tinge her cheek at I JVttonwi at t Anctu'neer. ,
of
pCaw3
'pi I 'this famous scout of Lee's'army dying, and Sunday last was appointiil as the the imputation.-Onehla Circuit. There are arc some newspapers that s : _; ,I j1

',consumption. He lad been spending and day of his baptism, he having requested -,,- -'..- I lobor to create a sensation and succeed in O rcffi>rts will he unremitting to niaVe all I-

*_ some time at Aiken, South.Carolina, his pastor, the lte,'. J.B. Hough, to per Early Rising, I doing so-a sensation of disgust. TAMPA FLORIDA. business intrusted to us both pleasant andprofitable. -
w \nS tr'ing to reach his home in Virginia form the rite. At the Appointed hour a Some of the 'letters from correspondents i / .
there.' Capt. Randolph is thegreatgrandson Every circumstance contribute to render *' GWYNX &ALI1URY. GEORGIE
to die large number of }persons had assembledon received by the editors .look as .
of President Jefferson, the banks of Crooked Creek,the place early rising advisable to those who though the writers never learned their ey w l'.t. Flo. October 4th 1870. .
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and nephew or General G. "W. Randolph, chosen for the immersion. After singing are in the enjoyment of health. There letters. TIr.ii GIVE PROMPT ATTENTION TO -- '- nARKYIKG THE U. S. MAILS will kare 3j !
lie I 1 all business cntrusttd to hi* care. ..1-, _
tI late Confederate Secretary of War. and prayer the Rev. Mr. Hough entered is no time equal iu beauty and freshnessto.tho It is impossible to find anything like a INSURANCE.LOUISIANA. ; ".
the stalwart figure, the iron constitution morning, when nature has just i"J Tampa every Friday at 11 A. ). touching .
inherited
the Doctor. stick in editorial staff.
the water, leading 'I'heywere a good 0. A. HEXDEB.SON. HKXI>EF.SOS-. _
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and the great physical strength parted with the gloomy mantle which 1t --
4t obliged to proceed some distance
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of the Jeffersons. He always selected from the shore in order to reach a sufficient night had flung over her, and stands before -I .\ .

1i - the darkest coldest and. most inclement depth, but suddenly both were seen us like'a young bride. The whole I IhfI'l'rrncl'lli.'hneu a Horse and a Dog. HENDERSON & HENDERSON, Gedtir Keys on nu.l.1\"s.- Will Ionic CedarKeys .. :..". I : "

__ nights for his visits to the enemy's camps. to go down. They soon arose to the surface material world has vivifying appearance.The The Pars; Dfvit tells a funny story -
[ Many of his perilous adventures excelled and the minister regained the bank: husbandman is up at his labor; the!| about man who drove a fat horse and a EQUITABLE : every Hl1nbyforICInt 11&l.n'1intcnnt''I,
the wildest Incidents of fiction. General unable swim forest leaves sparkle with drops of crys- lean to market the 1 1I I ltonHrt &inV. I1t '
but the Doctor, being to ;i dog one day during dLite point*on the Snwannea River connecting \
1L Lee gained from him much of that information -!. was swept by the current under a floodgate tal tlthe; flower raise t their rejoicing I soige. J He met a butcher, who ai'kt'Llllim i iI iJ at Cwlixr Keys with Florida Rail Road -, .

which so often baffled and confused only a short distance below. Every heads toward .the sun ; the birds pour(i how, _much he would take for the horl'.I .- TAMPA. FLORiDA al-' with Alliance Line for New Orleans, Key ...' .
forth their anthems of gladness and the lIFE )XSUn.UE\ (rOIP.Y] \ \ West and Havana. For Frtyht or j a-v>age ,-- .
f& the enemy's plans. exertion was made to save him, but in .I To this query the man made reply that I pplyto \ ;; _t ,
of the most terrible nights we !wide face of creation itself seems as if sell I i'
-"One after the would the horse and ll ,
together
vain. Thu body was soon brought I -- JOItN MILLER It.s.ij j i 4
! remember to have known,Capt.Randolph to hhorc amid the most heartrendingscreams I awakened and refreshed bv a misrhtvslumber. fir one thousand francs. 12 CANAL St. NEW ORLEANS LA

[ -.Z: < '-. crossed Rappahannock below Fredericksburg from his young wife and friends. All the
t and'went into'Burnside". lines. Everything possible was done to rt'8u8Hi i I'hid from the eyes of the sluggard ; nature ;i hardly a pound of meat ou his hone*,*' i --- ._.-. ----. 1x
week's absence, be came back I.in her most golden aspect i is to him a said the butcher. lIT 1 ISSUES LIFE POLICIES, jayablo Quarter
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,&- ,- ,rltll full knowledge of the strength, position had flown. I sealed book ; and while every scene1!, But the man would only sell the two 1? ,J. Years witth or without t iidowrm. Rates as .' .' I

i -; ,I' aodplans of the Federal general -'._.- )!around him is full of beauty, interest and beasts together, and said, "'I will sell the low and ttrnis as fa\or\ble a-s any comjmnr in e t'

t ' Mm with the powerful field glass. Gen. WHITE SLAVERY IN NEW ORK.- animation, he alone is passionless and un- j dog for nine hundred and ninety-five : \ ,ntRKOOKSV1LLE. nw the United Mates.JOSEPH. 1 "

T .1\' f Bradley"T..Johnson mentioned in his report Two young women appeared before Justice inspired. j : J. W. STONE ELLISON, IVesident, : i
) francs.re Vice President, ) ,
second Manassas! that the Coli.l' of Hoboken -...._ & .
f '' !: of Whitney on Friday last, i you mad 'P quoth the butcher. TLA.WILLPRACIICE W. 1' HARPER.: Secretary.JOHN" '
"federate.line in the railroad cut got, out and complained that they represented | WANT OF'C\cT.-Arguing with an OPponent "But," continued the mnanI, will

.': Of ammunition and fought the 'enemy about fifty young women who were cmployed j who is lame, and assuring: him, throw in the horse for five francs more.'' IN IHC T.T1I: .\ 7TIIM ) :mLUagt.. 'ifi4.

with rock; On this occasion Capt. II. in a laundry Wti-luwken, kept I|that he has not a leg to stand on. Finally the butcher, who was sadly in I Ju.licial fin-Hits. and gird \>n'nipt att.-u- : ,' -- TI""JIt'-) Fh 11 \
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." 'ruck'a the forehead and killed Stobel. Until within few : with need of tionu ; man on by one a dayshe Telling a man only one eye (in meat, bought the two at the \
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& him in tnUy. This was but one of his paid them 2A cents "a piece"7 for washing }Ian insinuating! way) that you would like* price asked, and departed. But a policeman -- ---"-r I MISCELLANEOUS.TEKUMAX : ..

.. "' '. :: many marvelous feats of strength-. 'l o deducting from their weekly wages to get on- his blind side. had seen the barter, and thought it : t : ": I-- t ,.: ,f

Jr{ : .;; think of sach a mandjing WIth tonsumW. for board and lodging furnished on the I Urging a friend who stammers not to suspicious; so he arrested the man, who _. -_ _, : wssHAP.K3SS3 i I
.} : .' tion'! The once gay, light-hearted, chivalrous premises. On, Tuesday he cut down the i i hesitate to express his opinion. explained matters by saving that he wasa \i* \. .

y. '. : athlete, dying of consumption on prices, saying that the times were dull.- *I I Declaring to the possessor of a false servant, whose master had died, and Dr. C. L MITCHELL, I i..Rw oJ.

.,-- -, ;. a railroad train-dying, hut talking After an unsuccessful remonstrance, fortyof i set that you mean to do it in spite of his i commissioned: him to sell the horse for 1 ] HAK3SE, ,

;;: : sweetly of his Savior and joyfully his the girls struck and demanded their teeth. the benefit of the heirs, while he had bequeathed A FFERS HIS PROFESSIONAL SERVICES .t .
AND EVAPORATOR
-___ 1 hopes of R blessed immortality." wages, which Stobel refused to pay.- i Informing tln acquaintance. who never!I to him his dog. This was the ; ,
lie threatened, bo the girls allege, that has his glass out of his eye, that you consider reason of his refusal to sell the beasts to thu citi/ens lf Ta: j'\ rid, ,urrnnnling S A1)LE) R, A Number GO of ntj lea &uI1S sizes ranging from ; -
$ to $2,500
rent he would starve and freezu them into he takes a short-sighted! view seperately. The heirs however have 30 in price. .' I
: I:1r1. Galesborg farmer, whoso pew very country. Colin from the country promptly attended Rend for sugar Manual containing all information "
,, -waataised to m, exclaimed: "Great submission, which threat ho proceeded to of things. sued him, for he gave them tho five francs ,Gi..STE1t .tc.t in regard to nulls and cultivation of ,

&- Cesar hero's a nice state of affairs-the carry out by refuting them both fuel and Telling a man who squints that you received for the horse, keeping the nine to. L. sugar cane, mailed free upon application to S. i
Will attend to all business in this line with
OFFICE : At )Ir: Samml )Mitchell* re.ideuce. B lluUxvrd, Jacksonville. toJOSEPH
food. The Justice said he would or
think
: -Gospel going up and pork going down.TThat'stobeoomeofuir .- are sorry you cannot see the matter .as hundred nnL1ninctv-th'o- francs for his own neatuebs anti dispatch. -. '. ROBLES ;

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THE PENINSULAR: ; Steamboats from the MUsksippi Arrows TUB SOUTH INA L"1'5I1ELL.-Th TUB I 1)Em'C'fElThc: Jill ol lOC1\JJ %l l& 'l rElt&'i John J P. Wall C t1IOIOE GROUEUIHS !

Florida. Raleigh M//wf/t'gives// /: the true cause of Congress to appoint a Federal spy in every .=- .=- -: -... .-: ---- ,-- ,
o. who shall have } :r T-.i'ho; peach; and plnni ,\'L H LOCATED IN 1'AlIPA. for .ill
;: A gWantic enterprise has been prxtfect- all the violence and disorder in the South county of thc Quth, orange, I H. :'

TAMPA. FLA : ed in Jl) Louis, which if prosecuted to in a few words as follows : power over tho j judiciary c.the army, navy, j rees are full of young fruit., i.urpoM of prwtictetf "ictbe MEDICINE, Ac.( ti-.
i bU PinA'wioiml &
; E. succdSful completion, will work awon-,, "Whatever of lawlessness hag been and pretty well everybody else, and suspend Watermelon. vines are in bloom. Zeus tender of the Town Mut.Country -

'W M Harch 8th 4 'derfdl l revolution in tho commerce of tho committed throughout the States of the } the halcas corjuts atx\Till has now TJI.XK1'o Mr. Wardehoff and Settlement is expevtedcu the discharge S 5

: : ; ILSubscribers West and South-west. It is proposal to South fcincc! the close of the war is fairly passed both houses and needs but he termination of th* saw, oral least within throe -.. ,

t i-.. : ".r "iLl. MIT CHE I, I, Editor- construct it continuous canal or watervyfroNew i attributable to the. organization of the sanction of the President lo\ ecomo a Capt... J. 31. Martin for substantial pres- months thereafter. S ...., .. .!"..'- < : 1

:: J -- ,- -i- Orleans along the gulf Union Leagues. For their own corrupt, la.w.ro, do not envy this Federal satrap I ents. Hat en ofCharges.on-a Specie Basil : : :' -.

will observe. the Cross coast to Mobile bay ; thence ,to the bay selfish purposes the unscrupulous carpet his position. There are few respectable SAILED.I -The.schooner Gco. 1J V. 7W, Visit in Town and under One Mil*',. .$Ifi,
.QA'3.xr m&ft: 1. 'o4"t :eir \rWch- signifies of St; Marks, on the-west coast of Florida bag adventurers, thrown into these States men in' tho South who would bo willing Holdcn, master, sailed on Saturday last over One Mil, I 4) cents per mile.lresoiiptionand BUCKWHEAT FLOUKv .

paper, ; thence across the Florida peninsulato by the misfortune of war, seized upon the to act in such a capacity, and as Jaboutva( llwlicine, from$ .th) to jlJI) ". -,*, 1'f. *

.;/. .1ha1 tb tr termof ptiol bas expire the'tide water of St. John's river, negro population (backed, to their shamebe thousand arc t lo be appointed, Sambo will 'for KeVest.. Surpcal stud OUtitric.ii raws in Il"rortm'e I .

,-""' ed tod themselves accordingly. it said Southernmen have unusual for \DiEU.-At his residence in this placeon with tini consumed an.l .HjKcr.lt i io.s Iltlrr.i1iug CAXPBUITS, .. -
?, govern which flows into the Atlantic ocean.- ever by renegade an opportunity promotion ; ." S 5-
:. '' "i' ; 'a- -LJ-- Such a water line, if it can be construct- i ,) and massed them against the white -perhapsvo should say .dcratiQIl.EJ .- me night of GUt hist., Dr. S. It.'il- tachYfuen 1 0fW'3 from SlO/iO ti SlOAttJ; the 1. S J.J'PICKLES ',

,:,; 1 Os with the Money t,. '" ed\T, uld, it will be seen, intersect all natives of the South, and taught themto .> former price must invarinbiy. Jwort'hin ad- ,'SARDINES,:' -'-r- "
I i __ ____ Fla.
._ lianL'fmeriyof Leon co amity, .
' the and &. I vakt'e. ...
,. 'X". Lttiyear County taxes levied'andcollected the southflowing rives in Mississippi, Alabama regard their former masters others -- '- J -
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,d''.'" .- for HUlsborougli and Florida : place the interior of amongst whom they were born and reared )[E.-\ IXO OFTIIEXEW ELECTION We leari\ there several I! Consultation r><, $10.00. in Lad' CODFISH ,MACKEREL,
.p .,!.. county amoah", "* '_. ; >Nlhat are persons : Cliurgss for visits ttvuUe at night or <: ,
1 those btates/vntbjo reach of i Bt. Louissteamboat 11 as deadly: enemies. This was no difli- BILL.A correspondent of the Charleston weather. .
led t to think -
? we between sixteen at Cct1ar' e's awaiting transportation
and
; j and make sucli cult task at the time it was undertaken.The t : S
it possible fo# I Courier; thus writes from Washington ,'.;' MULLET, I. POTATOES,
eighteen hundred dollars, $ut.as to ,what'rWU steamer to'deposit -a cargo on t the Atlantic :1 I late slave was blind drunk with teexcitement : tothkpkie'l'lie -. OFFICE: C.rnr-r' the Kcudrick i Uce) S .
: regarding the objects ofthe new election West of the Conrt Housa Squaw. S S
done with that amount of money no l coast of Florida, Georgia, or even i'' naturally produced by the new sto l' H 1t the countryare Taaipa. :March,Ct! 1871. ,1)G '.
bill I CHEESE
one seems to be able to telL The County South Carolina, without breaking balk. relations forced upon him in tho subjugated -' : jRtirpose ofinarkingalTd : CRACKED, -,, '

Judge was' paid $300 the Solicitor It is claimed not only that It is practicable -! States. His worst passions were aroused ,- "This is a contest for the next Presi- pe.nningthtjr'ci 12 Reasons Insuring in the -, '

County ,but that the almost continuous line j and stimulated by the infernal machinery dencya ThisForco bill is intended to secure brkr AND ONIONS. ,, -, I t

,. $100, and of course the County Commissioners of lagoons, estuaries, gulf stretchers and of.the League--its mockery of oaths the MBtaM juLso far as it is In a short rme To have a For 5 Sale low, by. t -

received their salary amountingtq rivers; inviie its construction, by providing and signs and grips and pass .words-its I endangered in tnt mbteU gh As --' 5ieryNfor mak- ;. :l lnLU
and drums and steams of rot-gut to the South that isgonea Jtad NORTH AMERICA S
about $200, but what has becomeof four-fifths of the line ready made :flags I & KLOPPENBUKG
the remaining There Is no estimate given of the cost of t whiskey. lie became an easy tool in the I Republican Xo;Elect Forcjpjtilkcalr coopee ware S SS S

There $1,000; or $1,2001 the work, but if the country through. hands of his unscrupulous betrayers. carry Virginia or West Virginia "YoFrftSS* ipu. S y' .SS .

have been no County Juries to pay, which the'proposed lire runs is of the nature The end, however, was accomplished Republican party. The contest is for' LIFE 'INSURANCE COMPANY. -5-- --- -- .-- .

EO jail, built, no bridges built, the CourtHouse attributed to it, that cost ought not !so far at least at t the designs of the leaders Xev: York. The Force Bill is for Sew The schooneElza .: ,

baa not been repa.Iredthen' where to be formidable. Along the line, in Alabama were concerned. They attained position York. Senator Conkliug, the championof ., 'Brown A .sailed\. -I-%* "W _-_- %last for \\ -

is the money!. Who has it! Can and Florida- there is a belt of live : and power, with what result to the) the hill in the Senate, i is of New York. Cedar*ty, Keys;,with passengers< and freight. OF NEW YORK. ,, -

our 'oak aLd yellow pine} forest, said to .honest masses of the people is too well 111' 13 :i candidate in future for tho sup- .!'. I! \S\ .! .' H

.enlightened County Commissioners tell 'I tain the finest timber of these kinds in COli-I I known. \, port of New York for the })ft'si cncy- CATTLE SHIPPING:-Two schoonersare : ASSKTS.SG.OOO.OOO." S .

tis what has become of it Have they country. The belt Is one hundred "But how is it now with the (' udlt11: His cLance will he improved by the passage now running' ..between' Manatee and I ._ .., '. .. .

.t. i made followers. ? lUitrayed and then deserted of this bill. This, more than any : 1. IT IS: rnTJELYJIUTUAL.i < I\
any showing as to the financial condition fifty miles wide, and five hundred] miles negro I Key West carrying beef for tho Key S ,-. S-
those who arrayed themselves other measure that. Congress could I I *. Its DIYIIkId ar* iWliUisl tin nil* o : : l' .1 :
. of,tho county No they Incapable Id length ; and it Is claimed that the improved by pass, West market. : 5. ,.
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in to the white people will accrue to his benefit. /
value which tho proposed water- hostility i among ----- -- -- lti free ofI"
of ::1. 1'olioi al'U'jhlt"I'c.I "
t doing so, and the people 4re way.would give to this timber would more whom they had always lived, and must -.-, l'ICTrRES.-Messrs.: Pelot & Ifeackel, I I 1. tboMateufNew Yotk. ., .I ,'i' S j

entirely in the dark as to what has been- than pay the cost of the work. ; continue to live or disappear from I the face I Senator-elect Vance, of North Carolina -:I Photograph( ,Artists, ham stretched their S r'*I. )It iasntM (iold Follrlrn 'hen Ile- --S ,, .' / ;' .:'f ., ,

" done with the money raised for countspt2rposes. 1, "The St. Louis Board of Trade, after an of the. South, nothing is left but the bitter'I has quitted Washington and gone tent on the lot near tho ponJ, and are I r.ir..1. -
. tint t unnatural *.- ; :. It "uts thirty liy'4 nue in j yiiHut -
by xr. ;
This matter should bo enquired examination of the project, has resolvedto prejudices: engendered I home, discouraged in his effort to procure nov.: prepared ttake pictures of all kinii'c.MjnKET.Mr. "f I'r 'IIUI1IUi'.
of tho I '
. ii; into by the next Grand Jury t that memoralizo Congress for a government strife. The excesses past two the removal of his political disabilities, C. 1'i; i 11O.lidec.r.. ulI.a'or fcitable ; .
r-' of the roub & Xcics. are the natural consequences.Nothing .- S. hancock i N furnishing I ..5.s ..
Bit survey proposed years so as to enable him to take his seat : now ntt r t\\.111I111 throe uutiiul juyM".u8. ,
ifo this county, and If the county .....- else could have been expected to in the Senate on the -ilh <>f )[nJ'l.h. the market with fresh ltl'cf- ; 7. H: inipu. ;i.>r>atru-twus tipou' tnweie! : rriTulouiftiutho ,
funds Jiave not been such combinations/' Iluited >Ut*I -
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properly accountedfor flow .
THE TEXAS EJ&OXTIER. It is said thattffrv' will resign and, in the :
The market is also supplied with fi a hotmv of In '
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tho parties charged with the proper event of his tTfeTTO; so, (General Itansom I COIIH! in bom tfti to M.\"t'ntt"l'n'l\t. j--. j 1

( application at such funds should be madeo Massacre of a Family by Indians Whore A remarkable and yet not altog''lhcrsnr would undoubtedly bo chosen to svcceeil "Phillippe., --. -.--- o O, It.iuuktsiio.extra cimrgcfor rctldcucei _. :- "

suffer the,fall penalty of the law. arethe U. H. Troopst-A Horrible 'Ul' urn has been given to prices Iii 111. Ransom received within two of as Fou NEW: YORK.: --The Brig F. 1.Slerrymnu. V i travel. It* l'uliciNnre iu n. United Incontestable SUttn.IU. for .-.5T15' -' > ,

\ IlirrEiL __. Story. ofIea plc since 1 the fall of'aris. many votes as Vance in the convention James McKay, Jr., master, any necouut Bftve Fraud, .I Jv.1 :

CAROU.VLLV.-Ever fresh, ever It wasyamcipated that that event would which nominated the latter; was a strict having received her cargo of' cednr. sails I I J. U grant* fawp year of cruce.iVtti <

'h.- rigorous, we greet The Rural Carolinian A gentleman by tho name of T. L. give anleWfaoruinary stimulus to the export State Rights man before the war ; a r five mwvl JMJ mcut& i
Stanfield writing from :Montague Texas, of breadstuff's and provisions not only -i t staunch Confederate during the war, but fir the. above port to-morrow. a 2, Its flat" arc as l.w aa that of any oth-
each I
month
as one of the pleasant- fecel1'aribut make in the } and i tir,t ,119 runjjwny. -
to the Dallas Herald gays "Last Friday I to good t I his disabilities have been removed ir
est and most : 'We learn that Ziba) King Esq., has I 1n: jn. its l101id 1.rOte inr.uring "JO /I
profitable of our Agricultural with a couple of companions, I star- growing districts .the ravages of war.- !Ilw could fake the scat if elected.- schooner of Ke\' m 1\\11 1 ,.rc.For. S iy.
the Gipsy -
exchanges. Col. D. France,aUt! GcrnalfC usually exporters -I Ii purchased tluu Hrstl.visCitiujv.uiy ) --.. J.
Wyatt Aiken is ted from the pleasant little village of De- i -' '-- further lurticuliirs concerning f -. 1-
indefatigable and wonderfully successful catur to this place, about 2 o'clock r. if. to a small extent of the h.ulingta.-I 'It NEVER lXl'LOIJES.h' Gray West, with the ,'ieof running her I between I,. call on ; ._ ::"

about after ples if food; thJ'C very rarely importers t this and New Orleans. i (i.. A. \T1ULtULT.I t (
until place
u a corresponding editor. Any man who We jogged along one hour an ingenious gentleman Sussex county, I General Agvnt, t.
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and it o
argued plausiblythat
was
night when we arrived at residence ; viry ) invented I .
Delaware
takes an interest In a now, r.onl'xplosh'cIJurniug At lli-u loriion AIIfni1oTMnKOlfice.TamiJ
our section whether countries which VEGETABLES.- The gardens about II .
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of William Freeman, an old I pioneer, arc usually exporter fluid, and invited his friends to 1 March Gth Itfl._tf ,. .
farmer or not, can read his trtlcles with cheerful night and become importers of breadstuff aiiticurelrneats town supply in abundance, Irish potatoes,
where we spent a would be come and witness a test of its qualities.HP TERMS: OF THE COUNT Y COURTS
profit; and entertainment. Professor again pursued our journey. -' an important effect! gathered a select circle around a barrel peas, beets, carrots, cabbages, turnips i. t'm .

Buckley, of Austin, Tens"; Professor We had not traveled further than"t produced t thereby antf! the upon United t the markets States.of (If the fluid in a garret, and to prove and in a short time we will! have green IX THE r -
Britain
Hflgard 'cf the mile when wo received the sad intelligence I Great how non-explosive it was, he stirred it J rOt\utir:\ : of Heruamlo. lUlhborooib!b, Polk

University of Mississippi;; that a family had been massacred about We had a surplus, to be sure, but it was I with a red lict poker. J In six seconds the corn. ._ ami Mnnalrc. g .-.
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P. J. Berkmaus, Esq., of Augusta Ga. We hastened to the believed that it would all be wanted at with
.j two miles above. on inventor and his friend Wl'ree11 to emerge liyVEATLIEI'l'hme I: : rains .

B. W. Jones of Barry, Va.;, .Robert place of the awful tragedy, and may God whatever prices the owners might choose I : 1'noil the roof. which this immediate vicinity was blessed lltrii'tn>. (ilh Sloniltxys iu 'lunnurr, Marcluil.iy :
that in this i
would ,
ask. But it
Chisoha of Beaufort fort>id'that.my eyes should ever again to appear St-ptciubt-r unil X"\"Nn\\ cC:
S. July
C. and Dr. H to learn not
; in other case-*, the anticipation .. lately, we are sorry were f
so
as -
Ravenel look upon such another scene as I there many lil.t Hirtiii jh -li>t ilou.lny'rt in .\Lrt1I\r'. Aj>riL -
W of Aiken <
s. C., are among witnessed. Tho first victim was a little was greater than tins) reality. The JhTTtI: AND 1'i.i.rAmi rOil '1'It i, "nill general, and that in many localities the .Tun- .\U f..t. DCID'HT anil Det'tmlir.TESMJ. rL -',

thrregular contributors whose articles boy, some eight or ten years old, 'some whole situation hadj: T'Oen "'discounted'1previous that SonBttT; Suiuner luw Miftk-iontly recovered farmers have! not been able to plant on ,h'RY .- -HILLSB.JIHOII CIH-XTX: -.}'(, S ; t/*,

iii this month are.of especial interest. Coll forty yards from the house, stone dead.- to the fall of Park, all its exigencies from )liisa/jylna/ircftfrr'jrto= ; La preparing: n tor- account of the drouth. I n :vry, June uuil O'wl.er. I .

D. H. Jacques the'managing editor by Ills left arm was cut from his body, exhibiting ] provided! for and experienced operators rule otibUnjlit uj'.>n the 1'resi.lout, bin usiirjutio I Pruiry, \Joril, June. ) '- :
sellers instead nf buyers .\. Maranda has presented us a lhto1'erantI T'tcern-r.) L '
hii excellent to full view his heart and lungs, Imcjiuie .r, iiejiotisu) lovo of prewnts, im l generalwjilhlespntss Capt. \\1I-\1t
judgement in selecting from jRlIf o1 lnu.L'\fl in J.nt.i.it.%. )1\\11.
W immense bis bowels cut out, and then scalped.We .- when that cfcSfeptfas announced. Prices o- CLicf M.i istratv.; We can. lot of fish roe, salted, pickled or put up, 11 Jlay, Jul.v. SADMINISTRATRIX', ; nn.1 'Horut.r. GOGC .

f correspondence,as well as by then repaired to the house, and the have consequentN .tajmeil ; after a brief only) Bar, iu tho lanim; e4h I >J .J".'t, "1.11) 01r.1l'111111E.f. somo, other way, beat known to "himself I '--- :

rft' his own valuable contributions, continuesto" fir-t victim that met our gaze, near .beside period of active export) shipments aro : >- which after in I SALE.In j
soaking are equal every
,
make The Rural Carolinian tho best the entrance, was a girl about, nine greatly reduced and speculative holders '-'.---' cnml.lill1wP "HItl\u Or-td 1'.1&1 tLc 1I..u- '-
: are in a quandary, unwilling to sell at a 1 i respect to the! fresh roe. The Captain I
ten old wrapped rather tumbled nr.\iU) Coujt of IlillsVtoroiiyli
magazine of its class-In this 01 years or Cotinty iqLin.
lion. John 'r. Monroe ofXev
.ll4e country. in a mass of old bed-clothes, etc., loss and dreading to hold. In 1 cotton much ex-Mayor has a few more on hand., Try Ih'l11. ty, Kloriiiv. I will. on the Hti! iby of A'i> !
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1 A MUSICAL 'with naked baud and eleva- the same experience has been encounter Orleans is dead. -- -- next.; Bell t,) the highent LiiUU-r, dote th( l
TREAT.-Our musical one an arm' :IIIOt"SIl'Jlt: T.-Sidney, son of C..mlIQU'I( Ivor in tho towjof Taiut, thcf..I1ijigiettritit \ :
,l friends will do Well to examine Peter's I ted. I took hold of her hand, but to find ed. A probable early restoration! of'PCtt(> '-- .--- --- ----- l property, l eloniti"k ) tlI" I
A-llow-townsman, Mr. H. C. : : ,
looked forward to our worthy 9 4.-1
the Continent
on was S
". that she, too, was dead, and wounded in State News e..t\tc; (-John I.timnril, ,Kc'tl. *>itnatriut.Toiiof tI" 0
.,. '" Musical Monthly, a magazine published several places. Next was a lady, some as certain to cause an advance in pr l't's. Fua-The house anti kitchtn tojiardy, had hN thigh broken on last t T:II\I\. in K ilfot*ny anil .tat''. t ti 10. L8 .5 5S

,. by Peters, the New-York Music Publisher But this has.hctn. defeated !by I receipts at dwelling j i wit : ?
of the of Keenan fallen the
by by by
name Thursday being
sixty t'1'A
upon
years age
ut of lot
the in of all cMimatcs and (.fr r Sallie Williams, in Monliccllo, Lot 3. an.l the Went tractiyual i
at three dollars a year. It is issuedon shot through her breast with two arrows port excess post of a decayed fence. I.ittlw Sidney I I. anl the L3StfractiOmntIhitUt c.fhtt I, inMi.MM. -S.
t the 15th of month and containsIn that passed through her body, suffering large and accumulating stocks. But the were accidentally destroyed Jiy tire on the ir\fT of 1S50. .:
every has suffered but pleased '
i need greatly we are
for in cotton LEOX.nn..tm"S', j
L.U'IU.\
hope an
improvement i
all that humanity could suffer. :Olla ir.st.: Seine lilt II' furniture was S _
each number thirty-six pages of the oil Next not be abandoned. Receipts ut t the ports I to learn t that he i 5-s now improving. I 7 U1 I'j'(11'11( Cth, 2S71. -l\v.
taken ttJ
Her scalp was too. was H'l. 5
sa .
to" litest alkl but music,printed from full-size a lovely little girl, three years old, nurs- have been falling on"rapidly forborne days -- -- I 'r1 r.

--- .': music; plates. ing a babe, and when it was taken from ant the export demand bus been much I Imore '1 lie Supreme Court has rendered a decision C.trTrIED.-'I'hienegroAlex Wilson, SOCK NOr lICE.'I M c' 5 S .

: .Send thirty cents for sample copy, her arms, the poor child said sho "did not act\ ."--X. Y....hlorlL I in which it declares the constitutionality who/tabbed Mr. James lre\'aH t about four 11 persons aro hereby l'rotihiteJ from pen 5 i

frfI :" and our word for It, you will never regret want Dolly to starve.3 On examination i The announcement- -of the death of General of the issuance of the 4,000- months ago and afterwards escaped, was .l1. ning any stock cattle, without pc-noivdc .

: '. It Address J. L. PETERS, 599.Broad- it wasjbund that she (the little girl) hail Arnold Elz(' ', \\hich occurred in! this (000; 1 bonds issued to Lit t Iditltl to aid in captured in Hernando county a few days fr<"-i'i HUN of the following mark unit Lranil : my e a' '_
z : wav, New-York., P. O. Box, 5129. been lanced through the breast, the f"\". no\\vlk anti nmler-bit Iuone car 1\0,1
last at the residence' Dr.) t the ..'(-instruction i of the Jacksonville Ten- ago, and was brought to this placelast .
'i . entering on tho left [and passing city evening, crop, two tmJer-1'its in the nth.r--l>ran lr,l, -.
_ In speaking of the presentation of a through weapon the right. Near by her was an- F. Donaldson on Park street, will be received S.UY.LT. & Mobile llailroad.We : (. week. Their being no jail in this county, Either Ix-fme or atl-r tlv> calvos are m\rfco: S : tl

iword to General Ledwith, the Union other girl about ten years of age, with : Elzey with was wjtl a graduate- pl"'atl regret.of West General Point; -, learn that a cargo of "T" iron arrived hu was sent to llenumdo county jail for or lir.iii'lo-il. SAMU1X: MITCHELL I ,

r'- -, says: her head beaten and bruised in a most and officer of the United States in IVrnamllna on Tiic'day last safe keeping. T.UU.M. I'!.. :r..LlMl.: ) IiI ;
: "list week invitations issued brutal manner, stiff_and cold, almost life- an army, week, ti, be used iu the construction, of I -
were
by who in the Florida campaigns and the lOS KILLED BY.A S.V.YKC.-On > day
- i\ General Ledwith forapartyat his'residence less. The Indians had beaten her head the RaIlroad fromVaMi u to Ucala.Tho .- I Boot and Shoe ShopTTa'.i.it -
Mexican[ was distinguished for gallantry
: war last week two dogs belonging to Joe lla-
be dead and track is also Itcin- readiness
on Monroe street to take until she was thought to ; \ilacedin 1
place Tuesday and conduct. At the commencement ,
good I '
night and of the General'sfriends pitched her out at the window, whero she for the reception of t the cross: tit'5.Tliij .- ly, were bitten by :it rattlesnake :n the i !;just r.i\.l a new -- ,.
as some of t the late war between t the :. il siock of I." xtlu-r.Vr., from '
had had lain all night in a senseless cou itinu. looks like business.-X>'ic /'AT.irxFOKTr.VATE scrub town, aiitl almost ;<
,. procured for him a handsome sections, General Klzr-y, who was a nativeof near instantly ; 'w Olh< I UIll Impre' \k < : i
>, -, presentation sword, which had just arrived Then we turned a little boy calling for Maryland, resigned his commission : ; AFi'AiK.-Oc Tueasdayla killed. Alter bitting the dogs the snake ,pin-.l to wali' HOOTS: im.l.SHOES L .S.. '-
i-hort nottrv uu-1
iu
> from New York determined water-he was lanced, the weapon enter and .t Sain Sliackelfulil colored ho'tll'r. at
they to which was that a captain artillery, ) turned upon a little negro girl and struckat a styl to unit; HII' imwt fV' i.li'II( gnnmi
.'3I. ,-'-' avitt,themselves of the opportunity offered ing above the breast-bone and passing out I entered to tlv: ('omm.mfth! first Maryland was seriously if not nHrlalhwOtll1l11.d and missed her. tee ii nitv tit. gcwnl ".il k.l\nll1t nnv<(inal.)le riCe O .
her Sonic
to# j\ ': by the General's party to make the below. The next and last was a Mrs. legiment, Attached to.t the brigade of through the ku'esmt1IJ1)\nls.wilh pistolfchyts l barely one ,'.. lUi
.,',. presentation." : Paschal, lying beside the bed on her face, Kirby .Smith, and shared] conspicuously by Mr. W..1. White who was'intoxicateil coming up, the snake, a very larHit' tluink my fri-u>ls fr tlu-ir isi. ;l'lItr"l\I' c nail

Will the Union please inform us whether weltering in .gore. On examination ho I in the brillant charge which .It'chIt'lltl. at the, t time. Tli. former died with sewn rattles was killed. I I a-.ktor: : a Shop continuance, \\."t nf ot"time th.Court siuutrff -.II.\u-f.

the sword in was found to be dead, with several wounds I fait of t the first Manassa* .battle of Bull I last ni-lit from the -lleoU of his wounds, I I j ('H \IU:. IIAS ELAI'.

T"L : or not question was presented that had been inflicted in different portions -: run. Having been wUll1\ll d in this battle anti the latter has made his escape. The I I LIFK: ]Nst.im.xc-1tIs t : :i duty we 1 .f 1 lJlpl't.' 1 2.1,1->71.I 1;\' eJ

rri "in the usual .manner fWe of the body. Ono little boy wa. Colonel Elzey was suWijueutly promoted occurrence i N ;"lll'raH.fl'. rl'ttl'll.-Jr-1 I owe to our families and to tlio e with I -- -- --. ---- -- -. >
.
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1 --- --- who nude li'u \ "
the breast FIRST IIUUXII
'thank the Live Oak Herald for its lanced in escape [ to the rank: : of brigadier and major 'l'nernl. I'i'l/II ((IIII''O /,'. whose) support, I training and education\ !1 'SI
t during the night, and after daylight I k After tho battle of Pines ; I. OF or.MiTLT.LY: : ItEI'.TIXCS r : : run) .nll'I .\
Seven I Providence
i \ notice yesterday, af time stalls of 'ire charged by I t to provide d
gratuitous remarks article of made his to neighbors house
upon our way a 1"| Tmt'T; FOI: >71.) iI i
otT. Two little children j i where he was again dangerously wnunded -I )II':.rs. 1 Hnwell iV.: I Iliidiliiclr, in t tlie mar.i i against death and I misfortune. A sure I I .
8tb nh. "planting! cotton but about one mile I 11'111111'11.Itlon, i-l Sat. uinl lIn.LIill ',-l-'l.Utttt .
upon I| la was assigned to the command of 1 : : .
ket IIf the finest !looki Kwfvo
:- bed unhurt. One of thl'wounde.l smm ; and! certain of this $ I
I left in the is .
would say for the information of the Her. were i tile department of Henrico and the ilefenj -: liavu: yet *ecn this t j-oason. '1'iI'C ttitleiiun way doing by perfecting Circuit. M: I
\ has dice diM. This leavesfourjlead
of the of Kichmond. At the an i insurance upon our lives for Rirt Circuit tent I
city I I ST
aid, that it makes but little difference as t j I have arr.uiiieiiK-nts svst tematNedliy
and four wounded two of the :;
t.'iy ; close of the he duet of artillery in the benefit of such entitled In.liaH (i..i"n-tt11 ., .. ,
(
: was !
war which they arc the constant receipt! persons as are : ,
to what price the people of South :Florida wounded will probably recover. Mrs.f I T'S Ti T- S
L. Keenan there were eight! or'nine In- :! of the army of Tennessee, under General 1 1I of the I l-est I t lice'! from Kentucky t Northt.'nrohna to expect. from us provisions: for time I II 1"It. e'r.t", I I..t. % .- Min-li: i: I: .5 =, .
for Jiare the .
pay corn, w they always says Hood.! Since his return to Maryland I ', 2t.! "
\t' dians who entered the house about two : and South I' 'riiI.m. Their prices comfort, and : 'Inritfrum want. The ,I I1.111I.1" ( .: : .t '

.'; \ cash to pay lilt' it. Brother Keep knows hours after night-after they had retired I General 1 lllzey: has been living upon; his i, range f..01111 tu twttttyci! ims: per pound. North America I Life'I Insurance Company, i I f'arwl\I'. )*t. ,April I' ,. ."f 01' .

"l more about voting for Dan Tedder than for the and committed tin brutal :Ifarui in 'Anne Aruudel county, near ..Tes1 I ._.__1,1l1l'ill11',1', ; of the Citof New York, is a very wealthy l- ,, I Jl'\J..k'\\'m.., :!,l l" .. :_ '

: night- 1 sup's (:Jut, devoting himself to agricultural Mr. \\-1.1. I and reliable whose policies :! J K< y Wf-t :'t.lh" .. ". -' ,. .-'
what the farmers of South Florida, should massacre. There were no men about the : The resi.l'-nco II. )ltCr-1 coinpanv, I "t \
.J' 'r. .-Ruitiworc! Sun. the State of 1 It 1 is iinim riant th! >t th.ro l l.- fillnttiiuiiiicif I1: tj
d]o. place. Tho dead were promptlv buried -.-. hiick' on I the shell rl'hIbout: I three miles arc guaranteed lay' New ; ; a ; < j .. J .
I in decent : and -' '--- I from thi-t( diY, wasntrly: uestroycd by York upon deposits made in the StateTreasury. lh.. onVial ntrtutH-TKat tin* tii -t (Jn.irtili: .
I as a manneras possible, Notes for Stairs Ou..1aill'll. : .
The 'T pPi ; comes to us the wounded moved to wlK-re they cnald On I the 11th I I iu<. i the Supreme Court I fire la"t Monday; t-veninj; about eight; All recogni/fng the duty to I inert int.. b IJ : .. :..yt .

this week with a new head, new motto, be cared for?' o'clock.: McCVrmick... with his family insure, naturally feel an anxiety that I rF.: fi vns: i 1': r,
.
:. and apparently somewhat reduced in size -..- -- "Tennessee, in the 130.000 ca:
though, on the whole, much better looking I involving py.-ed 1 the lire lo have been caused by in- reliable company. Thissassarunce is given -
I The is from the before and the and for Notice of Dissolution.
following
Washington during war, !
than form : I the North .\Inericau.lis 'S
ii to our taste 1y. 'Long may I ('('mliarislH.n Insurance: of t live hUllI pre-eminently by .
tIr1cofltX., of the Live 0 ik / (. which want of consideration was pie;*!, I .
correspondent < "( '
Banner. I Mr. <'eo.; .Vcrrauir is : :
I
it
wave. t affirmed the decision of the below dnd dollars upon I the Ia'll-C: :and furniture I agent, Mopping 1'A RfN1'-III: I' lu-n-tofore existins- .
Not so Mr. Banner The Peninsular : Your Representative in the House oRepresentatives court will lh"'lIt cover the loxs.-ll>. for a few das in our place, and we I THE the linn naute ad style 'nf I. I'.Lt" '
o : -
the defendant I li l\'k
has now under his canand : making: I : t'arrl.tJretollllm'11I1 l'H'r0,1' to call! MEXTHALA-: i i"this il.t" U;M>lvrl t--
IJnlJ has not been reduced in size ; but bow dependent his action four bills i Lawson Black. ; a IJc!isterin I Bankruptcy -: New brick buildings are rapidly arris- and see'him and insure their lives. Sec nmtu.it wiwintif[. ''!{'$T.\,'1-: LE\VIXSO.S i S
T-. : upon has decided the ion in the lug on the south side of Hay street where sritlil
I v.t I rawing.
about the Banner, will its legal advertising of considerable importance to your State, same qiu{ I card ia another column.t'hciriiig i.H
anI1Jt : *outitntiun of: the recent great coiillagr.ition occurred, iWtsihutothe (In si-ltl.Hl
same fain Georgia, the < I All b.ttf.n.1 v.ill
be sufficient to restore the all of which have the Senate the -
,x jtjeu .i patronage passed that State to the 'o"trarlIotwith..tahll-' and u scene vf bust: ling i industry is -- -- vu.t rt.i'ipt.1 fur 1 by I. Wnni* nthal wil.v, inwni.iieliit (

for tlu-ir J ':_' Banner (to its original size? first bill is the railroad subsidy Mil, which infore believe the constitution of I the ted, Ou thl'lJIrtll-hlc of I the I'r"e"-1) b1l'\V\ 11 r'rth1H'Jrt p.tO iI4r'i(4 I. lt'I1uchlbI.1I1ilA.. .
\ \ \
'j1Iefr'jA.gjat J e- secures the building of the railroad from i liiitiiviil I IM julilaieit; (uior.Jiut! ; to tlucrru I'
Baldwin has iii ( i th ,
I State of Florida contains a provision declhrmg contemplation i.f tilt iwrfH-iufitt of i--o.l lrt1\tr-
building
We have received the first and second Quincy to Pensacola, and also, the I -- -- -- -- 1..l
". --- -
notes for jell c'f-u humbor of brick stores. /6.Wo --' .
given negroes'invalid.Judge hip.; -
I fiilliuu-
ot a road from the St. Mary's River Facts for the .
TMiug number of the Tri-Weekly Florida Cour- _
Plantz of the Western Circuit. I 111)utItS51AVE nI.l''IEIII..
u1ll11'o that linn : __
Pensacola at Jacksonville and'j lathl an English
the S to touching Jn-n-.t: it\V iK'jiionstratfH liiors ch-iulv that :: I. \S ,
at Jacksonville Messrs. elaborate : ; Lr.WIX'SO ,.
ier published by has rendered decision
inffic j Palatkawith a branch to Tampa ; the recently an have! ISl'. the \\harf and w rl'.hot1"'e at livir cuinpLuct. m all l iU iiatrtsr! : >ir.! iirzz.. n.nu.ll'lril1 \ '. /

*aXon I W. L. & J. P. Perry. -The Courier is [ second bill makes an appropriation of I II against that part of the constitution, I the foot of Ash Street and design purcha- I'I'I vuw \-lllItr"lIl'lau.l curttl without! ii)1tUht: ; : t).\,'m I tOllCHHF.l.MF.U.Sptrul( : : : : / S _

the tbeto ) 1 .conservative. in politics, neatly ntetl, on 17,000, to build a light house mid-way which decides that notes and given for Confederate the- lEg: (Cotton and Cotlln I ntvd for .shipmentto ('F iu--mvfuU-nc'\it.obstinacy i.It is pnt..f tin obbtiiintcLnt ngiuiu-t tho tliSt., j -S : i'aituef.Faiupo I -5 -- : ; I

edited be- I between Jacksonville and St. John's Bar : money are void denying ( Li"l'rl'llttl."t. are gratified tn IWO I'l'rti-. IXv. :itm.:: 1S70. { n / ,
: tuia, ,} food paper, and well and' we ; ii ti the third bill dis- courts jurisdiction. X-j doubt the sectionin business of this kind springing in our I Stunuch lilttt-r-j: I" "
establishes collection up 'J'lmt .
i'otuth t .4'ptaat liberal of the a ; {jtuiilicitivu : {('f- ------ .
it the
I' for support rict with the port of entry at liiscay regard 1') notes for slaves will 1II'l.twith midst and} trust it '.\"iIll be "',rri"tlon upon I Ct."ll{11 (/I,.' ('fjnno {!'!.j1: ,l'It. .I I '

influent \. conservatives in South Florida. j the fourth bill establishes"a land dts-j the same fate whenever it comes before : a large scale. Capitol is all we need mni-t siori-tu rvsululyj fiul hc.iltlfully .un.uf I ;; ,
_ w c. t ; -. new ,. the the i iulucine! of the )Utur- 'll'Eirdiol Fish Fish 4 ;
t COUl'tS.-Illtdlicllcer lJ1\l'ht.-ls. !
trict fourteen to make our City a cotton t ,
111. K Ubel SRit. commencing.at Township line ....- briir it back from a state of rebcllir.u into per-
( -
desira b Wove Hill threatened with that libel. !1] and fifteen east, being but a few I Ii II."V. Iledfield writes from Arkansasto had Ciii,. fret 1J.'U1ll01lVith{ the Jaws pf Lcnh Ii. If tJler
A is costiveuess, it di'iapiettrs ifthereix.l
i miles west of Live Oak and including the ; tj uJ.'lKJSirt. TWe trembt 'Mtbeinere idea of such a the Cincinnati Commercial : "On the Senator 0bjrn, somo time ago, introduced acL or back-ache, it ceases ; if tho .kill an.l -
,- 110 11 entire peninsular. The General Land: whole, matters arc 5u a bad way here, a bill establishing a new land ctllc tLe whites of the eyes nro tinged Mith gu|>erfliiou3 -' The Bhest t '

"'1I.1ht.flrJl thing, and only find consolation in the I Office will be located Jacksonville.DISASTROUSTIKE financially, commercially, morally and sor (: at Jacksonville, Fla.) which has passed bile, they reccyvr their natural Iw if th' I have on hand: :amid am prer ril to till Or11\1i14 Prices SI
"''. Constitution allows -4- appetite igone, it rcturas ; UtiLe tllj ontion in t all themes f If -
State ijn.\ntitit-
\
'j "tthat our I daily, and so long as half the people are tIme Senate. A lie,land district i provided ) rany
i.v S.n.AXS.UI.I it is r.-.lore.l in brirfc wlutethe S
IIto impaired
L itW1II the.1 ; the truth,.tobe"given in evidence- in all Very disastrous: fire occurred iu Savannah I smarting under that odious yoke calleda ( for l by this bill comprises all the Kymptotnscif complaint; may bo, anti whatever I I p.11LJ.. K"I\.hf.

-- J :? iuch case last franchise law, which is little! els u as territory t and south of the line between the phiwe it h.v>s us&.mned.' ''I're i ii vrrtatn
on Wednesday evening destroying PICKLED FISH'
Cffj.! ? --__- -. present managed than a shield for plunder, t range fourteen and fifteen. cast Such aro the uniform ftlfcts of tbh prepirn- '
--- Hamilton of Ttx.usndOsbornofloridiweretheonly. property valued at good dal : -
Ames of a
: lloiuturulo f Histiaaippl, 500,000, there cannot Inj much improvement.The The above bill, and one establishing anew tion whore 1ilioUI\1ic\bC8. has been already ikvvcloped ) 1
of which
t I however, \\89'cO\'l'fll by insnr ; but in cased where tlft roii i merely a
Arkansas i is divided collection district and also 1. I
tcrt'.n ,I I Southern Senator who voted against amp. Cause of fire unknown. Republican party at Biscayne, ronstitutiniul 1 tc-mlenoy t.>> liver eontplixint it I tteh&: ns TroLl.If.l'h.1I.. 1\.inianu oral ){u1.

: QlMitf-t :.1 the amendment paying Southern loyalists --.. rotten and corrupt, and the State, one appropriating $817,000 for building many W prevtntoJ, throughout life by the regular let, iulinn-fl, AiulHuU Uarrcli. Onlc-rs milt.: Country. ProlucelBLCM.V

i : tia1101, Jill. 1. for inny stores.-Ex. Dr. Miller has been 's'cated as I.'. K. is not prospering under its rule, nor likelyto a Ugh house at Dauio's Point, on theSt. nw, uj. Mnftll quuntitieM; of this'n "nlat.Il! :lp'5 I lift v'nhFJnra'A-, ';" { (,lfIt'nt tit. .. '
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ftuti.l. 'J Il\'fio'J\r1 facts, nyil hliouHlbe ) :1 :
unless there is a vigorous reform inaugurated : Johns river, have passed the Senate proven { -
tlnasst.J&riuuf Senator from
- : .- What do the Southern loyalUt' '-"ofPlorda t -Georgia.- ,. at headquarters and carried all and arc now in tho Hou.su of Reprcscnta- seriously) .l'OJlIlt'r\-or.acted mthor all they hhonl'1bo t-f I iTr ,< .\. MEKANDEK: :, S In full". l.y' .
bil. S
upon-by

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a es ews i bourg troops Honor will i n o ,b4 ;'allowed' to leave the fau r 'Look, Out uAiIllAiET}] lR70,11 I I. S'LUMENTHAL Ie CO. '


Thearaibtiee is conditionally cxteulH.\ T" The War.: J!

'v- ,February '21, y Senator 3nnettrue the 12th of March; in the meantime three

., t worn to-day. / days'notice is required of a resumption of hoe- i iF' i. ,

The.Joint TSgh Commission crpect to hold. tilities. I II

their first_meeting. Wednesday next, ;Painful fcccnes we .anticipated should the I I -

aststimx, FeLtsWT St.- &'. I Prussians enter Paris.Bosciirx '. {, -. ,, ,. .. ., \ I .' ._: .
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('+ list for the next House make out Bepnblicans February 28.-At a meeting of j 'f :-- ,," '. f COXFLICTTJa ACCOUNTS Jot .THE BATTLES : : ;.': .

I ;;136.I cmocrat 9C Independent, vacant 14, the deportment last night. Louis Blanc said "a < -: "
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''with fiftn contested scat, union of the sections.of the department would QVO S.Q. ) I 1- ,- :.h ,", .
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r : 'Henry 1>:'Cooke nominated for Govern-1 produce An excellent effect but this meetingwas '. < '; :.' '

j. .ae: (the D striifot oltimUa.-; untimely l>ecanno it was held to protest FOIL GOODS" & FA1II, PHTOESProduce" ;" "13L.f' aror..1k)y ix TBE : mD3PKOav Q..P 'T1I .- .. j: ;)

There vw/iab southern. nominntioM today.liaron agaiuM-eouililiouK yet unknown*" ., ,' -. Mess. Wall & McKeown I w if '.'. ,
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.OerolL ,the Truman minister lips Gatnbetta recommended the meeting *o suspend : : KING TCILLI.Y1 .ET .i'fI'1 .. -:. ... "t::

b cn:.recalled J hilt successor is nnkno wn. '' its protect until the conditions were officially +t. 'li" :.
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: 1 WAsatsoTxra..Februarys: 2,-.n.e' question 1 Announced' to the Assembly; t '.: '
whether':the of belligerents enabled adopt the same linG of action. But no :' -
position .
I Co u n'Jry: ,- .. .; _., .: .. i.e .,1. : ,-
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.s. f,' .the Confederate States to 'pass. jk valid title to formal engagement .for united action should. MAKE THEIR) BOW to the goal 'op1e of; .... .. .t. d {t' : '.S t. -
be entered into, 1. h. Ilt-mand". Sumtor, l'vlk< : : -t
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: property' sold bj theratt 'wdein confiscation now t ::" -.l't. : m- gig-'Jft: .'J- i ,
.. "* p-. __. and Manatee, from their new (plow their prin1eipiil i ";". '-vtnitw'ti M'
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: was today 6rgnetl lore the >'Supreme Court SLvi> xPiFcbru1U'J' 28.-The government i is : ) fstiblishiuent in Tampa, the. BKpWX IJfD r .: '.,? I'

; t" in the caw of.Enox,against Lee from the Oir- rare of a'majority in the Cortex store, and aauonuce that they are opining a 'of '

6t }. suit Court tea.Texan This court .below held I splendid stock} ef entirely] I Il. Heavy DRY .GOODS, -, / .'-'' :1! 4.ile4 .
Boitnf March 1.-The first committee ofconsultation .4. .
j: dt. ", the confiscation proceedings void, and e.ti. -. _which accompanied Thiers to Versailles L., .G. Covacevich $ ,: -S'nr': u: .k--.5: -'i\1l Strip.d a;. \.rico
: r:; "Ue of the porchaM at theade t? be Invalid, unanimously recommend to the Assembly ,l. \I a.d I.\'JO.b1u n.JJ.1.i .S.uae! 'Cal'rvC

: a the went of error eeeks to reverse that P-.IJ.U; GOi '. Ij.JA.h: ,. 't
i 'Jw the ratification of the treaty.Notice.- II .

;: jwa tt tteuM-Th> ; *court bdow having' instructed .. .. AjreutforJOII.VHAS. MILLER. NEW GOODS D, RIB;t a & : r ., .
verdict might ---- -- '--'" -- n' -
the jury that any'timanuttheir
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:. giro for the pkintiffagaim.t the purchaser of I E m es, ...lL-t vi"r,;.iou .. l'.o t 1.;_ .i;:. ." a.npc.o. ...':. '

Like rop>altahe contlseation sale could be ,! -' .. '.

; pidd in legal tender noU& That question is I 1I.A if, GcnQemtn ml Byt Clog i il $t .
also discussed In the argument IK hereby given to all persons subject to Taxation -l -too -tli; ranch ;ewr- -z'T, .- ..' : ; ". ''
under the United States Internal Revenue . .
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----- Bowen: .ht"-in $.000 Ixdl in the Criminal Lawn that I will be present in the towns J JUST-RECE'IVEDM.rLnonMim.Y. at giontly reduced j'ricc-8. couMhtiit"? ct j p,.; v- .. .. ,'. '. ''. : ,
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I' lh seat of Hi18boro. Conn- and' Lightj i.r i. ..: H.
The President has slgnedtbebllprescnbrnga \ county Heavy i r .
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'upocial oatbTf Senator Jiaier from GewsJa.. i.ty.on the 1,1 2.1 and 3d days of March 1871. JL large and wvll selected. Till St,cV t-f York -.!... _"- ..-,-AI.1.[ :!.7 l: lisrs- '. ... '-. -J ...
J i 3WASSCMHOX Pine Lcrii tIle county seat of Manatee ,. '< ', "
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county on the 8th and 9th of March
HOLLOW
CKOTKET VVAE., .,
,Feb. 24,-A treaty of peace between Brooksville. the county* seat of Hernando i 1 l _
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17th and 18th of Goods \i ?OOnl ;'! i'1EMit37 1'.OSYS't
France and Prussia.was signed. at,'Yet county on March Dry {
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sallies to-day by Thiers and Bismarck.. Some Bumterville.the County seat t of tunter. county t !I GlUM SIO-SD5, .,_ I
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on the 20th and 21st of March
GOODSjH I 3t
',' of the details are cnarrangeJS, LuaU will Let DRY f ,
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Ocala the county neat of Marion county, on ,
finally.settiod to-morrow1 France pays Germany I the 24tk and 25th of March, .' Cooking. t 0 v e 'Sf, '

350,000,000 thaler and cedes Alsace and At which time and places the following persons ." .' I i :! The latest i
Lorraine including MeU. and Nancy. The I are notified to appear and' wake their ,i HATS & CLOTHING., AT TUB: YELLOW .TOIn:. 1 WLOi.'K: FROM TIlE FERRY. AND AT THE 'LEO ARDY Blankets Be.L.prcmK Truukd.; VailBridlM. -.**. S,d:'' .. 1 ; .

rater Paris,' WOi"* proper returns for ASKesniuent tuuil all parties \ : STORE. Colar Trace. i-. Well Wheel la '.-
German army Trill not failing to make their returns during tho mouth .A. R,>D W A R E | .I I r Baskets, Bnx>ms. ilnckeU, Tubs:n..l .tea-.ire. _
leaves Monday for. of March will be subject to the penalties prescribed Af EOKDEIVX,February 2::-An ofadal dispatch by law: JL'adics Jlrcss &ti antn (Dootis, I!! -. T I X ,W 1'. r" {

iron)Pane atAts-teat preliminaries of peace Persona who.e income for the year 1870 excccding I wants 'f our piplo, pr. schfMjurK.in Cullen, which wear., now opening and offer for sale in preat variety.School ;
the ,
sum of $2000.
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'lI'- hive. 'been' >signed ii.,' 'Thlw8'. .ho arrives at Wholesale and_ ,Ketail Liquor and Tobacco ; fi m lJi 1 I I '! ,n t th.- very.ivtBt possible cash figures, at prices that t defy compt itioR. Our motto will bt- !*>nk*. r C Paiv!. Let:": ru-J note .

-Ilordeanx tomoyiow. Dealers Paper.Ptns. Ink MuciUn.. Toy BJO' A Din* .
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i!i Of lit.bh.l Mvlesaiidof the la*I wlily. j
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: Itr.nr February,27.. =-'The. Emperor" Uras Manufacturers of Tobacco and Cigars, I jA: fine and i iKii 1I..rtl.I'ut of ailios, ilt-u'b I! Novels tc. K

.. t..i9'Ub.VWth a deeply' ;moved-"f; :, 'heart", in gratitude tot Who 18i And 1.will Dealers continue in Leaf their Tobacco business after May let, qS 4 wr j jI ,,1\1111 YuuthV "Small Profits and Quick Sales," G11PJJ ERIE Si; ....;: ::; f

God.I inform youthat; the preliruinariea of BOOTS and SHOES On band anrarivinweekly from 5 ". York r.
Also .
all Merchant, Dealers and of f"
Traders 1
: Bordeaux Asi .. I Io ant Xtw h'ltaaa .t..I -.
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have been signed. every description Manufacturers Professionaland II \
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CROCKERY WARE ran Lalt: JtUes. lcklv.naili3:. __-
Q have not returned their Assessments and paid Large assorted blocks ofHardware I J.
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,{Siincdl.Wnvn'v" their Income and Special taxes for the ,years 11I1ar'h Candieo R.V I'tL. a Fo. i
We have full and Varied Lines of.STAPLE
''%.Versailles dispatch of the j2Oh says Theirs 18C9 and l'7P' DOMESTICS. DRY GOODS ... V

proposes to purchase Luxembourg for Prussia ,Win. MeFAllUXD.Ass't Boots & Shoes DRESS GOODS, NOTIONS, tabit5 nub @lulfcren's 'J ais ; ,' L !
in consideration of'the 1'e8tor&t on'o!'Metz. to Ass'r, Int. Ke\ I FANCY (;\) WOOLENS- ',.- 'r t..1
.3d DiDist. of FLu WHITE GOODS. SHAWLS \
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Ribbon TntcwinRs. Lacex. Braid Jaconeii. -
The armistice is prolonged two days.ToeraisftfosWof Ail evcr\tliiujr jrfiti\iniiig to a titt clu"nry (5oo Swiss
XIri'Cio. Pique Towtl., llk'S1 Ladirse. 1 1b
the Orleanisti' s..I and Le- ; m- I Uo. 1 Half 11t!;, aaJ uuuy ether a.ticu! to. ,
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,.i.imiHi"f.fs, South Florida @ JL \ 'WV j. ill JE; z numerous to imution- rt

Emperor'Wilhelm returns to Berlin on'ur.. GROCERIES I I j jr CUT .t.\D %VJOI'(.IIT 'W'\Ii."I. 4 J

i dar. } 500 READY-MADE) SUITS CLOThI G Oil ibtbs Mattia: ;? and FumjturA r.ner .. \5 .ial r

Theirs W offered another million of thalers i roc eivare. aKftortaJcst of .".. -
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}price* correspmul.with i .
iletz" hici tft'u was rerused. fULB'&PBJULB INSTITUTE it New York .1in.ll\\I W C--' .. J ...
for >vt decline of merchandise ) mar 5rirr3 4 ; t
CLOTHS CASSlMERESaml JEAN. ) o a n a; i
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ThKewVorfc-HorV: 1I ipecia1from London, And everything at prices toli.c and let live;j : J
but don't take our word for it come and MM All Liul4..f ,t \
2Cth, says: "Th F.nglish government. at the for yourselves. 1. Medicines &c. .,v

Ust moment, intervened? ainl ,persuaded Gcruumy TAMPA, F LA.w. ;,* .

B not taiuarch_through .. The troops I I, S A D 'I I) L E 1.R Y Slit''I ra-v',.tno.; PQi ,'t (>U, Jj.tr.-j' Black ".. : .+:, I.
llili:: ;. Fria' r. -
will puss thrutiga the open spaces on the south 40 Cases Boots and Shoes lS d n'1Ij" w' 'twin.. .t
Fi ij.U: Tf.cl.iwaij ie. .
bi.leof Uieclty" 'I DRY r j
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GOODS j raid I rI ,
.P-ms.FebruarJ 21.'L'c Alsace I 1I I ? Q _- .
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1 iu l Mats and pays.fire:'milliards franca within I! I II 1i I 3.. _' ". -. ". "t

thin ycanSlThe ''are to bold the ,- :Merriiuack, lkiltit',1'ictory. Sprague ACci.Jpn'l I Jnmn tyraidn.\'J, (. : .. ( ,:' !," ..l.;... t IIt'a. .] ", I ;
P. llAISI..E, A. M., PrincipaJ.i tal. Pacific and Richmond Prints ] ( ulI1l'l'itoiuq r"r." l.l.Ii", \\1islitll.Bn\ l.1r.u': War. I forAll 1 ; .
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tree scaa, &&,'until the amount is paid. The. Manchester and Lowell Dckiiuefi, French Bal, 1ciu.J.: ,'. -i I." -i-. a-ii. ,". .l r_ )
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has week.
armistice bees prolonged. a InonUs.wfricllU Gored Brlmoralx< lidJIc-!'I t
And will endeavor hand full vr.L-h. i
PAST February 27,'via ,LOSTJOH i, February town. Iron clad. Excelsior PowhatbkU and MnrjUnd t keep. nut n l>,. t ,. .-.J".j_ '
Mock c.f all kinds of yla; .1!JI 1 nrf'i l.f"Jotnt'l' ,"l' 'm : r-l. Cln. ,' .; ;
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2s.--.u official notice tdgned,"by JL Pi card Jeans Navy l'hnn..l..lkniw.'Io Otma-i I ra.-t /tfu !yi-tnt-. ill'rt: rai : "s .-' "I
eonArmsthe,,0 _Signature of the preUminaries of I. burgs.and Domestics White Oak Homespun.Stni ert, I'laid. PittsfielJ.- Omega .-,I i\ A 'VA S l'o v M VN LA DV.: V AI\A Ill1'btrl ( st-vii. the low pie wtiusausL! I ;Ji..t.l.:4aL.. r. "i\ ,

peocf, and announces that the armistice i*prolonged he board a r,TnisU-rs take pleasnre in announcing Matting, Coats' cotton. Dress Buttons. Pearl. Groceries i '; \1
four days. Contributions and requisi- T that the cxcrcist's of this Institution Buttons Ribbons Silks Braids, Silk Garters, I Ii Q"T'E RiVff.'f \ 1 I I:1

will bc iu on Monday 17th of October.- i Trimmings Shirt Front, Corset-;, Blankets, I
tjons are to ce&e., I Printed Oil '
The Board w in pcweradou of abundant testimonials covers cloth cotton Yarns and a

The.entranee. {.oC 'the Germans- into Paris was as to the character and qualifications of splendid lot of Fall l and Winter CLOTHING, \\('will trey the liighf- l luarktt pricpcAav f..r I .,I-
the 'paid to save Bfelfort Mr.Hainley. Additional teachers will be employed uiul t
price the I Jmw i rrp l'iJPj1 ILm I In Iv Qf Gm'D1JmmJr ro '
ilinis- as necessities of the school may demand. ifV. .t .
Quertier baa been appointed es.1
Ponyer .
v. Cotton aud \\\ New: Goods > i
ur of Finance.Y r ,: i'q. The scholastic year will be divided into :

It i;said tha! Aurelles de PaUadine ea is nam four quarters of ten weeks each. HARDWARE I It r I"' .

ed as commander of the national'guards of the Scholars charged from time of entering.- I .\n.11\1llin.1. c-t :: \ "
No deductionKXDa Lamps of new kind with Sun Buruei. FOR FALL AND WINTER '
Jugs i \ -
Seine.
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two weeks and then only when occasioned by : : .
Smoothing Irons Coffee Pots from 3 4qts. .
The Germans win enter Paris'on Wednesday, sickness and the Principal is informed of the pts to ( \ n OOnEN; r VdRE ; .
Coffee Boilcrr from 3
to 6 qts 1 and 2 qtcnpo (( J
and evacuate the city immediately upoa the ante by .the Parent or Guardian. Large Milk Pans, Steel Blade Plantation: DO tint til cot u Ce t !1- JUST HECEIVED Li_ i iE
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ratification of PteAconsultative ., Hoes Brass Bound Buckets, Painted Buckets, .
iOn goes .to Bordeaux TERMS PER QUARTER: cedar Wash Tubs, Grind Stones, Shovels ,I r r : t.
t Well Buckets, Padded Hume of A. CLARKE( & CO s.-- '
debate .question of Spades. Axes I t e5ltitlete.tnrl { r ,
Sfclay and the
the upon : '
One-half in advance. Subject to a deduction Horse collars Brooms Bar Lead assorted'
ratification of the treaty c,f pence will commnce in-proportion to the amount received Shot Powder. Plated-Simons, Trace chains,! NEW STORE !i ,' _:,
immediately cedar Chums Pots from.1; to 14 gallons, I>eep 1 I I Dl'l
from the State and County. l
The.Prustdan army win occupy the left bonk and shallow Ovens deep and shallow Spiders, I life ):via: t'uisatteuij'aof our pa:runs sad -- "
PBDUST DEPABTXEXT Reading, Fry Pans Sheep ami cow Bolls Welllrt -) .
be allowed -Spelling s \ 11 I the public .eiic-rjklij u ou .a.';: lad w.1selected
of the Kerne. Xo French in upiform to 1st and 2d Headers first lessons in Geography steel corn Mills, coffee MilK Axe Handles, \ .... ...,. \ \.. '(} '. i stock cfNEW .:
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to enter the German portion the city, Primary Arithmetic........ $6 00 Sharpe mixed Needles, Garden Hoes 1:taken, ]IH. .1. : ,
which will be surrounded by barricades.' ISTEBMEDUTK CLASS Reading, 3d to 5th Read- Saws Clocks curry combs, Tea Sjwions, T.tMo, -
There was much agitation er inclusive! Writing 2d boot in Geography Spectacles Eye: Glasses. Kitchen Stoves Office ingi, W1ltlleisGa.liulhi'itr.J I I opposite GOODS
Sunday
patriotic First Lessons in Grammar Intellectual Arithmetic Sloves. Bedktad4 and chain, Wall Jt 3lcKco\vn's in this city, invi tt 3 Lwfrieiuls i A full stock of .C'
night,,in consequence of=a report of the immediate .. .t.. :.-.$8 00 -I IG and oM cuhtouitis to pvc ?hint tl ''flUm..1 t; ,

entry of the Germans, and the guard Gn.1 t 4n. DEpAKTMEer-EiigliiJi Grammar 1 divide with him a bharo fl their patnmafje. I Now Oj A erected rampart in the Champs Elysees toTre- Geography Completed History. Practical 1 Ar rocerI'I i IIU M(vk :ut pre'-nt onu.i-'-! "tHardware I f whicii a ill suit jilL Tiii G<.Otl' ;,--inz se.leered '- .
ithmctic English Composition .<10 (W I, and !: wri-.h ere by Mr. Clark, in te! North,rm ,,J" -
There tovreter disturbance. Plantation
the Family
pd enemy., was no Supplies .
CLISUCIL uTmT-71ac !! ELUii"Un.nl .p-'i-blly.t..l; : t:. .lnl t! ..01" \ J -
higher Mathematics i Com. Oat Hay Mess Folk, Sinnkiil Ibutiu ', ,:
; At midnight Sunday quiet'was re- L.r' pt l.e : h1r ,[,.di C'-43 (: I .
XHtURil, Intellectual and Moral Philosophy Siilted Itacon. Sugar cured liun->, I.i\erjix>,'I le'lnn! ;J*
; Ftfred .bat Monday morning the city was and Ancient Languages . $12 50 Salt, Kerosene Oil in Cans l HaUH. Soap, D.-r Goo.ls
: again agitated. Crowds surrounded a noticeigaodliyficard Good Board can be obtained in I private fom-' A'W'irtcd Candy,*Sinla, Mustard, Sardine, I
and which was placarded in Wee, lit xlfrafe rates Rio Code, Popper, cheniug 'robact'', Siuo' t _...
F. BRANCH, kinK Tobacco, e.in Peaches, sortil ]''ickli"1 ; )
various parts of the city appealing for aho' .\o.1tiihh.lilck'rd.. Maccaroni. Veniiicilli, I.'i Of everv !kin I ail tinulity. nr.J u...':hin? i.ft.: 1
W. B. HENDERSON' ( .
preservation of order and dignity. The crowd ) Lol stern. Almonds 'i'ua.. Starch.] S>li\ :uulJIat ( : 1 thi' lu--: teat > rt want .-,,i !h,' hal '' .... Vr- Iff k

also invaded the"prison- of Hi. Pelagic and t K.: A. CLARKE.Trustees.Sheriffs :I < r o-r cerl.e& l. J! ticuiir of the Lu-k'iittni"i' : "..! di.i b n. b i",-.!.'."' gs.'::vi:u iu th+ nr72. -- J 1j,

f recd two commandants of_tho guard. I heffinnlrn,
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All the papers even;the ultra radictd, recommend - -- C i \ fj rat, LADIES DRESS GOODS l
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Doll); resistance. to the entry--' of the Sale. C110CKER.Y 111'1' U E I, ca:$ >i tur a- .- d. "

,Germain.. All' the- papers t will abstain, frompublication From J. :M. Thor uruq.\ (''. tinl l is->t \-g..j I I ltojH% (lit.. Provisions Cotton ttt:inK and in fact pretty much everything to supply cur I II i iwant. : _.FIXK ASSORTMENT (OF .1J

-. during the occupation. It i ill be- "Ily virtue 4\f a.writ of fieri facia now iu niy table and agricultural seed hou- in the S. I|I ''. \gencyofthonvrelebratedCottonPlantStOTes, *f S. N. Pik A Co'. J. U. j.j.I | ."r, 1' '
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will "J3 office wherein .Tttm's.\. McKeown is I .t Sou, I>uv\. Jones Whfukev's, ,full .-t ; conflict occur; i i -
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no ITidnUa; and Jackson Andrews in Defen BOOTS] 28.-The I'atrie the dant. realm G\ni\cr\ t I II I '
PdtII February hair 1 la BUOTsasa SHOES. !
question-of the entry of the German army into IMMe for said to the highest l. d.lor in front of { Tobacco. i
the Court hone, in lirooksville, Ilemando I
Paris occupied negotiations ten times longer Fl the let I I 1..0XGXU SH! >lfI : l"tchd Bta n., Grit'u cotunc-u' Shot!!, .
County, on Monday 6th day ofMarch -.
than those of territorial cession and in- next, within the legal hours of 8jilc, : T i, Gent'*, tinSsh'n.: B v. > -.Fine nu-l ConurioMSLo t. ".
-* L lit'- Common uatl tine fib Mkaescoraraon
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Lave the following property to-wit : I > Mill, eel l "
citizens purchased a n. i -
dfmnltv :3Tany .
COTTONuillbelinuodattny ant Shoes. Gents ti.he-l j
e :- Boots 1
week's provisions 'to a cod appearing on the 'Tho N W' I of tho X W J.Sec. 11'4. T 21. It I : \V\ jI E 1 OFFER i it' I i
I the German occupation. 20;'and the S C l of the X E t &'. 13. T 21. i Not it(1U11 1>* dogeben-heref>r :3 etc I jitr 11.. II it t HATS OF ALL QUALITIKS.1IOO8F.RV. -. \ l. .

'. fktreeta daring It 19'and thoa E \ of the .A i4, .""vc. a, T 21. ll.t'I'sI'i'1lZ". < I'1 LIUI : *OTro ;.,, : .
d S policeman drowned in the Seine by an cnA B I9Jx* >nth and }East containing ICO acres I and i be seed Li\ujH a l wilt in tl 1-u-htlsrteksRt ad Pl" seek Sprague Prints;13 cu. .

1 i crowd Sunday prores to. have been an -more or less Levied! upon ax the property of Sdr?eaut. ceh,brate.I tJeorgin Yan, nssortrd Sta.nJartlSb..eting. 1 yard ride, 15 cenu. L9.t" t' anti cell \1t.d Sttit' 1 of s .

mploie *w1er'th.N apoleonic prefect P.trif', Mid defendant, and to 1 ho eq.t. to KatiKfy said i I: ZSpacial Tcnui. tor Short ('.'tt.n. I I ;.1uml.I", ;;2.t.HiH-r)( bundle Batcheldcr's Brogana, lull 5tv k1., .j ." '- ," I

.lid to have be>n' murdered in conaegaence.Yotox writ of Fi Fa .- .. Z.SEWARI ) I art now n'ftJv. to reerite (..tOIl.JlI1e !I i. '. :i- ,u l.iiv c supply i>t all killJie.t ,. Pike's full J.ruo.'lli..' ', :?.p i per gallon Women's shoes full stock $1.50 1 ) -VT\ 1it\ -E.' \ ( ,

,Tebraary.28.-The evening edition x fibcrifl; H.raau do Co I Superior article of Tobacco, xi cents per lb. Black Coat. $:.OO t ". ;,

oftre':a bat:the following additionalpartfculan .- January 31 st, 1&71. tdFour >i ; )MILLEI Ii I Colt'oc: .11".nn.10] for n"Collar'Cl K'u d article. Full suit for 8 and $10.00 t! Y <.

of-the ..treaty i The fortified _cities i of i II Groceries I Wool Hats, CO cent. \ \WOOD W A\ R E ," -. -

:. JuDedlJlaD.C1.nd; Belfort are left to Franca ; t Snip 73 cents Guns Pistols and amcaunitiou cheaper thanStut.l :
street
aekson \Yare\\o\\se!
Metz Soarbrnck and die 'FOl S'ft1e. : rd Obtiabilrgrf
\a jx gwy'Thkmvin.e districts go to Ge'tmanr.t, t .; i' ohare put] up a fIt1 AVarchonse on I, I QJ.i)11u1, j):$ J i u. it.\r:\ J1 i \ -
iron .
\ In ta So\ :'tioa: of our stock we hate make it .
spared no pains to and
hate
25. AfUf reading the I Marl. I price* given fo nil kinds of Cotmtrj complete we .
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February
BOB. hundred acres first class farming lands 1'nsln.J9unu. *. \-ought 11.(-,* (l.jols ,IIsl.\\v u* imiify cUll b-iy them and! we expect to selltL-rn at a small [ ;
s cdmiitionof pe, hlers Said that for him- Ichcpuckesiissa. Cre .. Ililltborough t Jack'on Street, and ireiglit of all liiiuls'' t aJ\ajicT. S very i iI I 7' 'F"--.o -; II "II
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.and coneagvu he .had gone the limit of County; Florid ; 1 -_.____ .____ ._ _, I.BLUXEXTHAL&CO. 1 '- :
re-pouQbility.ADd the Assembly will be aelllDtable Three hundred acres of Hammock land and will be received and stored. \Ve rill also S A 0!l D L CO"I. Po Y -t -T J
one hundred acres of befit Duality pine, oak -: .j T'f.t
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tLe Nommttr could hbjstauvrom .
<- for and hickory. J. .\ -.. .}
1I S. L1G1ITSEY.A1511VT i 'i-tusti: r- fcu.'pwwi'of Y \
e -: Voting; "In present circumstan.JL Sixty acres of Hammock open and in a state receive goods for ale on ('ommi&ion.?i I -.. t "
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--it%Agse mbly meets in eommlttee this eve- of good cultivation. f

t ? ; and.bot.1. a public don toJnorbw.tollding .- A-good dwelling house. and all necessary Consignments solicited. I '1'.1111'.1. FOK .JI)>r.I'H'' II.: ..JnH. :; Groceries // ) k'

is surf nQiv art@rded The city i. out bonnes. -;nXI.. I'on l Till I l: Sea Island Gotten in the seed \1 _

.tfl'.JItufL Orange A fine trees Orange b'lrroundingtJlc'dliugli.Grove of fall bearing. Sweet Cord'Wood V I I Bn'/e: nitnf. virr'i.: Pifttev! SM; .:.CMers! 1tt

o-P.1\U. February-28 .:.-The city Ism ; r Err ,,r:!r ;ill:. rat. flet; \'t..ir, t.1'lil, / "t
,. 3 be districts vhlcb the Germans in- 1 LIl'Eltl'OIILI, \\ ;J LU\lli\\ : \ ,, c nit now piejuro.1 to buy tIll ,lill'ldll thu'ced. at its fullest moiket vala! On tJY.nr. I, Laru frp/i-r.: oi.i, 17,1Jria.alit. I I'sale. ,

t-.nd tJ occupy are deserted. Barricades have cotton placed ill our handi for coiHi-nnitut to our friend;, will '
we make liberal adra Wit
acei. ;
; b crWted In Moat Mattes Belleville and 'OK.ith For,"'"'. Willbudclivero l in any par t oLe ( also buy HidWnx and Tallow, at mu.lit value. :. rz. 0-' 11'_I 0... n :.Jh. } 'l

aud.ihtre are disturbing Warehou .. ; 0.
.LaChapelle, City, Apply at tho 01 rttMILLER'S / BL VJll-XTUAL OO';' .
Deeded precautions hi\T& The tract inclndcs the Lest GLOBEriREIXSURAXE .# :
tomS generally.:'. JJ1 STem I .:
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rt Ai
.' been taken> ty'lte authorities.PAEXS i' -- -- -_. .- '-.- __ i co .N & F-.oua .* 1".f; .; { ,,
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FtbrtW1tlubtg the three yeaisftllowecj MILL' SITE, i i'i Shingles Wanted ./ j a
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of the Indemnity fifty COMPAX[ 4ofwa1Cr # ,
&* 0 payment Y, BED : u U31'o1J. e.f recn: tl _. ,
raea,
Ihoosaad Prussian troops will occupy Com- ?:0.- ":. ':, AS.SE TSi!<18lOO.OOO. in GOLI1 I. CEDAR I The ht h.Ke.! ._ ..
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a pVlgne. living vt t tb e e.ponw of the enchJAlI.1e. in South Florida. J r--; ,,: "Hor which JoiwrtbonBJind 1 (given,- r ," \' ., r
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For terms ..,uddresa. 'i.ll,11 NEW "" ..:& t"u :;>'; : tr.V ; -, .
YORK e .
'f 'v are now always tie| market tw 1 EP CEDAR. l' ..
Usuing the occupation of the city unarmedPromans JOIL'l LANIER Bought in.any. "quantity from 100 to 00,000. ." buy ir.t elualit1. WtI aro n.8"k.. ;l t Ili'Iti'I .,.t. a7 4 .: .' ; .. rr, ti ,

e c >'f will be permitted to nlsit the public Cork Hillslxjrough Co. Fix, Apply at LIFT INS URANCE COMPANY SOcents.' -

a* edifices Jut the corps of thirty thextsapdI December* Oth 18'-). tf MILLER STORE Awets S11,000, Oi'I i ,''"H : ,(1" ... \ .'A. tWO'1t. '.
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; -: : : ,,.; :: :'.' Binding ;Shuns.Hat .'\ : t, ., Dr. Scnenck adrift Consumptive to r
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;;: : .' .,: \" iioTer binding; shear& Sayings of Josh Billings. ,JOHNfTACISON'S i S. STERNBERGER '. Florida-la Winter., TO"PHY8IG'" 8. : : jL

: : .C ':' I don't'think that Fortune. has" '
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; k ;' 'i TiaeiiF'1' got I Utbe. 1- Hating for the bst thirty.Ate years devoted
enny favorites. She was born blind and 'of Manatee my whole time and attention to the study of lung
: .Hatter, flutter, the leaves. Juite t1 ,attention of the people .
: go ; -
kE I JF.MJL1LAND : diseases and consumption, I feel that I understand
b' polls them who Mtin the offenest go it 1. and surrounding country to call at the -
,Larks drop.theirwings. <.*. bUnd too. CHABL A.DAVA.Zdttor.In fully the course that ought to pursued ,
;" .little btooka for n their liiriK"" I to restore a tolerably Lad case of diseased lung! .

,.:z_ -- .p .'. Are not blithe'al he, ; The heart iz wife of the head) and vre \ NEW STORE to healthy soundness. The lint and most im. S- .
i: ,---'-. .' : what ([who have tried 51)) all know how pur- I he cJJ oflaiukIi; Jun.A portant step is for the patient to avoid takingcold : -- S
"Give the Ion i i. rorth
me ,and the best of ail
swisfve places on this continent -' -
the wito iz .Tvlien she
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: ; t" .That I thtc.. especially for this in winter. U Florida welt ':' .' ,
5 give Xe".Jd'e' tb.Pr..a5 T1. purpose "r'4 -
------ 1, : .' wants sumthing. W B N TEll AT MANATEE t down in the. State, here the temperature irregular ''r ,.
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: : hen' Pe..l. New a Earth.M -
;; ; 'Speech that cannot be forborne ;; :I konsider a weak man is more dangerous ;Aud not subject to such varn actions Min -. '- 1
. 1 '::iI : IAclG41Dll'arma cJisalst.HwckMOt Pr -z. :
iir1 Tells\h. itory through) ; than a malishus one; malishus and all Mas more Northern latitudes lalatka is point ; .
: ftwloul .' nmakcn .
& }. ... .iiJ:f. I sowed my*lore i ia Vith the com, men hare sum karacicr, Lut weak ones AND EXAMINE HISWinter aer of Boftott rott*. and the Wlret, Seas. sad. I IVtcrman.can recomend.Last winter A good I hotel i ii several kept there by 4 ;v'o 7' ,
I saw .
; 1 ': don't? .* Dsct htan of all loch. pelnlthere ;;' -i.. .J" ,
hav&ennyv'js .
Joiua -
S thcylwth gmr.Count s / whose lungs bAd !IIl't'u' l dly diseased, : '.-, -
::1 ,':.:: < the world !roll.Vrjd?cfgirtlv I Hare noticed ono thing, that the most {'; STOCK.I ONLY ONE DOLLAR A YEAS ION j but who under the healing influence of tho climate .-

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And hired honey eweet. virtewous, and.dIkZOt;! folks.'.we ;hive Ii Ii(1onaisft K OFXDBZD COFIKS FOB fM. and my'ml'\lidDe.t. were getting wtlL S --I.---. AT'of
I One hundred miles further down the river Un -
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are those who have cither \ Saw \ox. August 15th. :
But count the lovo of more Worth ,I among no 1 t Or Its this OM Cent a Copy. Let thus t* a point I would prefer to Talatka as the temperature -
.,o. L.idAttiyfeet., pashuns at all, or very tame ones ; it is a everything that is Vept in a firutJ $3 Cl*b at trery Post Offlc is more e'en and the air dry and lrmwing.Mellouville Allow me,to call yam attention t., my_ .

I k... .. great deal easier to be a good dove thana \ class store, and at prices: that will suit all and Enterprise aru located there -. \ .: '--:
Ltfr: ; .ilonsy'i-worth is house and land. decent serpent. ,'hoiish good articles. Selecting my goods 8.WDJtLY BUK. W A YUBa I ,1\01\1.1 gi i ore a -cided preference to Mel1tr._ \ .,"
myself I purchase to wit the wants of this cf the ss=&sti. aid geosraIchiJssr UTilE ,'ill.It to miles frtmi river or like, r :
:., YelTet coat and reft, after health is like after I I i* r1,1 it --\ .5 ''
Hunting
hunting "!section, I have large nnd varied btooVn uf TVEEKLT. bat with a TMtcr TWltty of m-oniH nluuift imiioiixiblp to tAke' cold 'u .

-', Work's worth is bnd in hand vAy t flees, the more you hunt them the iniicsliMMoaireadtaKtUd forekhnic the Deft Tht tabli'H in Fl.ri r j

: 1. .' And to Its ncscrlDen gnatw flreitinisi.tweu tim g but .* \ .., .. I
:. i: ; eveet rest. more they flea. ijjlt }ill ttgoo.i -'
t. S TOOK It comM iVies a WMklastMd of one onlj. -, -
r' '' < Wilt thpu te..ni'"hat.love i is worth!rAy ..- Goods si'ii; "If it .unlimt.- tt tftur..cfapi-ctit*. and '" '.I :
: Dry i H the -' \ ;
bru this l'lt>
I, .i. ,V'-.. ;.,:,: ,- !'she tits, above A recent lecturer upon that antiquated Till DAILY 8C(, W A YEAB. tle-K Knd then th* 7unRS U..f mutt generally|ieuL increase in. I ,; .,

t4 t ,',':: .' .HighingWed me not with earth, topic, the moon, declared that a gradual A prelmlneaUr wdsbl te Mwtpspcr.with the JI"l1'IU \ .
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r-l :. larcwt drcoisuoB u to* wont Free t 4.- ; .hlorrni.- Sret-n Ttne, Tanq* '
Vin i ,
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til 1 w.,1.1..1
-& 1" '' \.. : ',"'-' ,,7' } TjovfcYworth is love.** contraction of the earth's orbit is goingon !:; a vati.tv. ofGentleman's Modent. end ftartsw. IB pUUos. All lbs nv :U\.lll"LDY t.thrr t jiUct-R ia varioii* parts of \ : :
t; from
') "f' "h. : and that this account there is a Ready-Made Clothing eYcrywbcr Two eeats a opy; by LaO -I Florid I, can b.. safely rKt'tiuuended to '
.i \ I ; :,;'. Jzts Ixcix.i7" on HIeD. a moatS,CT$6 a, toutuiutive Extract Of t1*
/_ t r. -: ',,:. perpetual retarding of the earth's in wini.-r. My"n-nH>nn for wiving *o are ; compound f
i : motioo.1 that "tits ] liable to take cold .
TERMS TO CLUBS. pfttu are there:
; ;: 'S1i_: lIL ELL "EOt'S. The t Cturer calculates:& result YANKEE NOTION, ; D.i'y Goods than wht'rt'lli,r? is n 1..1111't'U Umpt-ratnrt- -
axial motion of the Dearth'will become I THE DOIXAK WXXB.LT HT7N. and it /
i : .' is not iwrrssnry to Kay that where a cou- ffj1.
iI ; ,:fv : In fancy free.-lost childrf-n. J'i monthly, instead: of once In twenty-four Tin copies ODe rear,SIpSZIXSI7IddNIM.... Dvllars.Tea >,iuupti IIt"NOJ"xp .& IiOlllt'IC tot frequent '

. 11 .' The'tack cf drinking-Cog-na<*. of isle D colds be is certain to dio fchortlr. Therefore 1 .
( hocf' TwentysiX''miUioM years copUi one y.sr.Mptnttly addr M a (tad :
.. .nbitS rtss (Doobs, x L \lil'; : :.h (K or) t aa tILTs copy toUn(inn ap of cub). my a.Ui h"t' i. go well!! d.wn into the Mato out
: The.poor, man'zHtoT\-thea. garrett: '.I. Time allowed for the accomplishmentof ... BUkt DclUM. tpt: h. rm'h.f pt"lin 'R-.t "illtlli 1)11\1! f'h' 't.

?'J 5 r .-' A bltgbtfrd: l> $it1g-\n errpty Mve.T this important change. < I Twenty,sadisc.iUaOopy copies, one to rear U,.MparsMIr f mr mp of iadrea enib). a i Jacksouvifle, or nb:. $ any other ('t the 1 It' (
: Indies Gcat's aud Ylfle.aDsUais.Putt cahties have uarned. will en-lc these who .,.
-' .:' Tb f father of the wrealspop" com .i r i C.l.il.lrl'f'I I Clot t ...Ile year. to oel addm ud sh.m2.weekmy f are troubled with a torpid v..r. n ilinonleivd I IMuuuuh. .

aaa-8otctsful -the dilope. NOTIcEiercguLtrmctting hug Otis 7&t$0 gills?liD oralab..), ilenuued bowels,sore throat or coughJ
"Long" reign' *- Boots Shoes & Hats 1'IIhQ..lane B
TIC H U.The i:
thtx-e more'southern
but for
Stock-holders oft' ,, Ttftyeopl.*,oM w.WfmstIl7 14&eissd (114I wlImj.'Ii we iliseood I a I .
.' of the U BcBtWMKlyoMtyMTMnttOTOne at.oren,). i( iint i ill earnestly rvcuzuuivndrd. .
t Ithe Tampa Lodge Building. trill take place Tklrtj'.Ivs D.. 'or fifteen prior to t I'%.!>, I "a* / -;/'
years
.Do"Seventh! Day Baptists me etghti I-ulnts anti Pot fiimery, prufofhioually .
iu New York. IJ
(ud the Daily tor oa* ftar to th*r rtir Op 0 <*iton. .Baltimore and 4/
-d-t-. 9 i ., daydt4t t .it-; .,a 10th, 1S71. All owners and rcpresen- crab). Fifty .. I'hilulelphia, to"t't"k. where I saw and ex-1, .ti ,- -
"- .At.tshat Uicevas Adsm rcarrit'd: ? Ou ,' Stock will.please take notice: j All kinds of Furn iture : On bondrd. CO ea"OD* year paratelr .so auiinetl on an average t's<> hundrr jmtietiU a' -
drwd na the Dally(or on* to the itltcr
CLAltKE. ( rr
i ;; {. .<;.,Y'.llITt} ingEn'. I E. A. .p ofeluD,. atxtrDMwn.TOK week. A practice so nUUo\t'. embracing every -| .
,- ; Secretary T. L.U. Co I possible phase of lung disease, Las enabled J tl -,,
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; ,; -:Y. Sonl(tbir.g,Otld-That liens. should u! T..ufl Fib. 3J. 1871. ,m r.v BKMI.WXXKLT SUN.Trrt me to nnderbtand the diMiuo<; (ail\. and hence, i imy :

f1 Oi.. '' 7 ways til >' W.nare KfUierx! IilcK0od flannel -- -- I, may take \' >>t "., I t Ten copi l.on* &r.MparsUly addnn4 (sad "
grgol bDrtf5tIfltnt5.. 'A utrs copy to(CUt?up of dab). ic Syrup. Se\we df .r' Wh&i iliey djn'lhrur.! I -WI. mJ atis 8Uta Dollar I and jet die jibe does not avoid taking o>ld.I i-boitioiunt i.(U Are IH'CIHT I.E.IF

": h'.r->. Proverb for n bh)w r-Half: a parasol SEND TOUB MONEY I In FloritU' nearly everybody U luang C1Tmn; J USIJ EJt ElmU:", J J3fonn

:.1,>, !, i iJ l h-tf l lr than no ttmmcltia.! ( WILLOW-WAKE GLASSWARE I I Schenck Mandrake 1'ills'for the climate ill mora :
(, \ tII POll Office ordert.dl.ekll. or drafts 011 lilY I billions habits than .
to notthenilatitndeit.
produce -
t Notice Tori vbererer eonrtaKot. If Dot tnca rfiMt likely or Pu.PwT.uDU"bu iu vacua. '
'1 aw tfansprtt8.1o e you, aalhrconvict loc letters cooUlnlm mo.,. Addref [ It u a well et.Ubhh l net tlult luvI Juniper Berrie. by distillation to tuna a fin.- ,

: ; <) ,. pio d H ihe kar-taM. Tlli-'V ARE, CUTLERY, STOVES I W. EKGLAND. Pubkb) r. I tires of Florida rarely die of consumption, t- gin. t'ubebd extract by diNphtoenwnt withspirits b' -
: RESTATE' HARDWARENotions SB oO *,N.w Tots Qlf. I those of the southern rt. '
ron ORDER TO SELL .' ally p On. obtained from Juiiiptr Benies
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r.A ; very
crushed .
;' What 1 ;uniln ilyl: notion
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: the other hand inV EngUnd. ono third! little sugar i used, and oNnnill proportion of
;-- --' .. liim), jin ': I- Honorable Perry G. Wall, County Judge, 'mill* Il0 UM11LT 9))rI In tho1i.l.Ue: btAUc it dom not prevail I
accordance wiI1 evident fitat I .
\ ,.; :, ilje! sof JLUsborouqh County, Florida, for an order to I Uy sending el*) Cents with so largely, still ther are many thousand I utIluchu.. as prepared by I'rnggist, i is ".f a

.; : things., a porter i ia a\vays: siont. KJ!! the following "Heal Estate,situate in the Smoking & Chewing TobaccoCigars | age, height, color (,1 eves and hair, Yl'lni ill receive of cases th&e."tat a tra4 jK-ceutago f,1 i life I dark color. It u a plant that rout* tU fra-

Why are ear1e; 'T i inii-ntal bands f ,said State And county aforesaid. to-irit: i &c b> return mail correct picture of your could behaved if consumptive were aa easily graul.'e ; the action of a fluiue destroy4 tLis (ita oro

there drums in them. TLeK EJof SW i, Section 19, Township ,,, ; futuru husband or wife, with name and date of warned iu regard to taking fresh cold,'ft* theyare active principle;, leaving a dark and glutinous
Because are I
ulu'ria"dJn'si W. 1'os. P. O. Drawer about scarlet fever, bmall Ac But decoction. Mine is
30 South of Range 22 East, containing 40-17 pox the color of-iD nllL" ,
In the country, traw is 'l-undled ; in -1W( acres.Belonang. Fine OLD RYE WHSKEY, ALE I ICIIAMPAOXC No. 24, Fnltonulle. N. Y. they are not. Thej take what Uiey;t rm a little The Buchn iu mine predominates : lbs smallest t'

the city it i is frequently offered in bail. to the Estate orJ nques Townsend I i WA ITnort cold, which they are credulous enough to quantity of the other ingredients are added to
AGENTS
I i believe will weG off In a few days. They prevent fermentation : inspection. it will C
-- Woman's fear-A state of single blessedness leceiiscd. F. M. BRYANT CIDER! BITTERS :c. :j jMEDICINES. CROCKERY WARE I payno I.UeotiO'10 i it, and ,_hence _it lara the be found not to be a '11ntn upon,, as made in Pbarmacopccn. -

11 That's \fht everybody says. foundation fot' another still.- and until the nor ia if a Syrup-and therefore can ( .
Feb. 22d. 1671. 5\r. lungs are diseased beyond all hope for cUrl lj used ia cases where f..nror irULimation ex- -
One-fourth of the globe is said to be SNUFF A.H.STEPHENSGr My once to persons whose lungs arc affected 1st. la thia you have the knowledge of the -

granite. It i is a bard place to lire on. AMMUNITION, Ac c1dUciry : even slightly is to lay in a stock Schrnck's ingredients and the mode of preparation. ."
Notice. A Frc\Ii:>iitply off
Why are presidents like vagabonds t- t History of the War. Complete in one Pulniome STnp Sclw-ucJ"s Seaweed Tonic Hoping that you wiU fcvor it with a trio).
i if volume. Send for circulars with terms and a and Schenek's )iiindrako Pills and go to Flori- and that upon inspection it will meet with ,oar .
Because they ire associated \rith vices.W5Ht All persons having demands against! the e- GHOCEJllES ..ILTVAYS I Family i I Medici i full description the v.ork. Address National da. I recommend these particular laedcines approbation.With. ._ .
nes
\raVhWhy is a laundress tate of Cason E. Cooper late of Hillsbor- OX HAND. Publishing Co., Philadelphia., Atlanta, because I am thoroughly acquainted with their feeling of confidence d r/J.
C Because she ough count, deceased, are requested"*to present will Mo. action. I know that where they are used in I am, very respectfully, ,
like an insult t r gets up your them dul uthenticated. within the time I pay the hiqiJicst! Cash pnca for : Goo., or St. (- strict accordance with my directions they will IL T. OLD. C y
collar.- COTTON ,llIDRn"a.r, Talkie <(c Ah.l I .111 i nmallt sti-icl.of --- -- do work is This ?.
prescribed by law, or this notice will bo plead ENTSVANTED FORFREE that required. accomplished Ckrmist and Dnvjyist : : :- ..
"The }FJVQ Great Povrers'7-Love Money in bar-of t.heir .tecoTery, and all persons indebted .tO natnttt will do the rest. The physician prescribes of 1C ) 'ars' KrprnrMf, .

Ambition! Revenge, and good Din- to said estate, will please come forward L 0r\ E for (. .. cough or night-ttwcnts. and then :
promptly and(ttIe. XEYT STOUEST GROCERIESFLOUH advises the patient to walk or ride out every S
ner. .: CORDELIA COOPER, Adn 'x. :} diiy, will ta sure 10 have a corpse on hit hand -,. /

Certain cure for cold in a- prima donna Tampa, February 3d. 1871, w. before long. .

r '7 Stop her)alary* or pnt a rising vocalist EXECUTOR'S NOTICE_ .\ I and CORN always on Land. .mcll fi W O fiG accordance My plan i"with to give the printed my three dircctiona.medicines except in [From the Largest th Manufacturine t World. CemJsts in "

in ber'part. I will ALL KINDS OF UOIWTRY PRODUCE Dr. Jn. P. Elli Large sales Immense in some ruses_ where a freer use of the Mandrake 'It
months aft -
: .date"" present iny ac- by ) I. XoTember 4. 1834.
Sevtr raise your bat to a lady if yon Six ) and ironchcrs to ,the,Honorable p'rofits. btupi-iidons revelations antI htiirtlingdisclosures. Pills is mt-ess.iry. It is alwavu. a good plan I n&C\luaint..l with Mr. II. T. .
\ HembcJd.
', Wftiiud fr which the highest bars and when begins I have
martt laid u utirnt tof.-row hungry.
The whole Rul.ject
Manatee
Court I
for Judge of the county county I He the
house BARTOWs'll
.f have converted it into a store to nniver.il execra hopes of such. With relish for tood and the occupied Drug Store opposite my resi- : .
final settlement and discharge from the its liidw.iiMiesMi siiOM.il {
t ., for a I tlence, and was successful in
dirty Cl.lllarsrBoston estate of Lwellen Williams, deceased. i price will lie I1IdJ.I tion. Written in the interests of Civilization, gratification of that relish comes good blood business where conducting.th. ,
others
f"'J. 7' girls refuse to eat corn starch J. ADDISON, \dm'r.I Give him seal! and he will well yon Goods Christianity and Public Morality. Bend for and with it more tlt-sh, which it a closing followed befere him. ,I have been had not been equally to .
I cheaper than be elsewhere U, S, Publishing Co. 411 by a healing of the lungs. Then the faToraUy Lnpresucl .:_
1'4.i they can bought in circulars and terms.
with his
stiffness to 3.1 .\ I character and
Feb. 1861. Cm
pudding,lest it might imptrt I Maniac, F1', he t He York cough lessens and abates, the"M'etping chills enterprise. n
city 4 a good a soi tmcnt and you ran Brocme Street, New .WILLIAM .' _
\ \ their manners. I nd anything you want. and clammy night-s\eatt no longer prostrate WEIGirniANV
; administrators Notice. Ca sh for and annoy;and the patient gets well provided 1I'tI1rn' .t Wtightman -
Cotton nnd
Inscription fora shoemaker's paid Hides ..
Sbov-1 __ --- he avoids taking cold Manufacturing Chemist.J _
all and Months from date, I will present my ac --- -- .- Ninth and Brown"treet
"With means
appliances Six Ft. Meacle : oN Now there are runny (J'nsnD'pti'bo havenot % .
and Touchers to the Honorable Jl iUi\3Si Xi.V.'UI"**" lhilad.JphiLI.f..
'
", '.: '.. -3iicJe-pear. : Judge of the County Court of HilUborouRh New .Goods Is a pure KLACK TEA. with the mean to go to Florida. The question -
OnUs late return to Salt Lak., the count r, Florida for a final settlement and discharge the Ure4-1\ Tea ITwor: Warranted maybe asked is there no hope for such? Certaiulv"thire -- t.

', Hon.13. Young found his wife drawn upin ) from the Estate of Thomas Mitch*'11. tojsuit nil tftf-te For is. My advice to tmob is and ever :
l been in
1ms to theillh.t
warm room '
stay during
for
And % '
l' late c-f"aid count., deceased.H. wile everywhere. -
: a holbw': uare receive. him. L. MITCHELL. I U l TlU: FAl It* wholovxle only by the \ with a temperature of about seventy Hem b old '. Fluid ExtractBUC'IITj t \

.' : ; : Widow$ 'are- estimated l,y the square Tampa Feb. 3d, 1871 Cm- (ircut Atlantic .t Pacific Tea degrees hich should be kept rygularly at that
i by moms ot a UfTmorneter. lit such
point
; : the -- Co, 8 Chnnh '*t. X, Y. I' O. '
'i : mile In New Hampshire.. Twt-my to ;1.- EXECUTOR'S NOTICE :EmLL 11 -- a patient take his exercisp within the Ipuits( mile is good ratio. I \ $3i\i.tr the room by walking ftnd down munch
tbougbt a II "Watch; tree to everybody lUll 1 day up as as
ilo in small mcuigt'riecagtS I Qii months from this date, I hall present my I New\ Store A'wire Hnsin cs-8 light and honorable. No his strength will permit in order to keep up ahealthy
Why monkeys O and vouchers to the Honorable .
accounts Gift Enterprise. Xo Iminbvic. Address R, circulation of the blood. I have cured
t\iie tooni Becaupe they have G. Wall. Judge of the County Court iu VMINTE II'V' thousands this and I '
.M Terry Monroe K niu'dj', Tittsbtiig' P by system can dp KO again. i !
been uso3; : to bet .climbs. and for BilLsborough couutFlorida for final Consumption} i is A.H easily cured its any other Is
settlement and discharge from the Estate of D disease if it is taken in time, and the proper the greatest specific" for I'mversal I.itud., f Ji' .
> Advice gratis to Hunters-If you shoot II. Tucker deceased. I Hiuug rtmo\id l to iuj 'II\% More, I SLUt now 80'CLOCKinalo kind of treatment i in l'ur.'Wtt' The fact standsnnt1iputetl Prostration. Jtc. -,-

a duck you may, by jumping into the river II. MITCHELL: Ex'r. R to furnish the public with any t>u record that SVhenck'n I'uhnouicSvmp ic The Weakness constitution once the aft
afte/it, get tvso ducks. Tampa FeU 3d,. 171' Cm thing theneeifin my line, nnd cheaper than Mandrake lill.and Seaward Tonic have and, requires aid of Medicine tc t
-
-
strengthen the .
('lUll.! purchased d"\\b'rl', I hae just reed a i'oek pail .tgnts, or leinale.iuancvr cured very mUJ.f it hat.eeuied to be hopeless invigorate system which _
Jlanv parent t'ptli11bt'ir children by Flour, t'oni. Liverjvxil' and Bay' Salt, U( ) imuiufuetnring bn"inibs: at cast of cousiuntion. (Jo where you will yon Hembold's Extract Buchn in\anablr does. 19

dressing them up, -ybtrn a good dressing .i Notice. Iri..h IVtatoeh, Onioim. Com Meal Grits Sod llOl1 .,. No capital r"'l'ured..t.1rhs Novelty will!lot almost certain to find some poor conMirntive i no insanity treatment is.submitted to. fbmnimption- or M
ensues.H
7 down vroulJ do the uiy>t gd.'Jify Crackers. Clwt.... t\ft'el., Lard. Suit, Starch Co.: Saoo ileSa __ ___ who has been rescued from the very )laws
t Cdu.ll.'K Jl.itches. Shot Powder. of death by tbrirnse.So .
.. dear,.it i i-i very wrong for young, O i is months from date I will present mac- Gooh d npsom Suits Wrights Pill, Ijxuilanum Par& lehinc'wni.ted.. Iu"in.;.-> hr"lnl'lrnl] Koconii faros the lal1.lro1.l'illII ar* concerned e m 1 b o 1 d FlUid "s

I ; 1 ,"-, f"Ot'1 10 'brow kist' "Why, mamma,p O Crttintaaud: vouchers to the IlonoraU Judge g.J ic Im.\ I'nmphor. 'titioi. Liberal py given. S. \. everybody should ketp sUI'pJof them on Extract
; of th county court of Manatee count, Flo. ; Kennedy, b S. 3th st.Phila. hand l
f.. I" they dou't burl if they tb!o hit.! the I Ttoy act on the liver better than colo- .
'j for a fula1 settlement and discharge from i AKu,, a jI'JenJhlI nirtineut, 'ofDry -- -- -- mel and I leav e none of its hurtful effects behind.In .
t _'. Down Ea>t they call fiog'r posts-uiin-- E-ate of William J. Whidden late of said Free' to Hook Agents We vill] fend a hand- fact they arc excellent in ca>*" where a pur- '

.'.. ,: Wl' *'because they pint th way to eQut-, ,te.l. _. I I \ Ihospcitus of our New Illustrated g-.xti.ve M xliciue is required jf you have partaken if \
't tl' h..t ,1LJI't ri I' ih.uidvts. JAML'SWIIIDDEN. Adm'r.OU Family Bible to any I 15.-ok l Agent, free of charge.Vddresn. too freely of fruit and diari hoa ensnm, n BUCHU
otht'rV
.' : ,L.tc e 20th. 1870. Gm.. i Natt tional 1'ubhJiing Co., PluliidelphP dose of the :lludl'lke11 cure "O\L If jo .
}-. : Wby do K-h: U 11iH'J$ having thtir t.ars'h ___ ,_ I JF lL11L 1I 1r mmI i ., Chiciigo, 111, or >:t. Loui-4, :XIi. are subject to sick headache take a done of the ,

4V I\ : 1 < "r*"ID""o1r..t: : ,i hjux breakers T J Ii u(''S OUKNI R &, CO I, -- Mandrakes and they will releave \uuin two j

D c.Ul"t'd U\")' art l .tn JU-ufii'd. j Notice z_ 1 A MADE TKOM: 50 CTS SomithiiiR hours. If 'oil would obviate the effect of adH'lIge In affections peculiar to }'\m&ki" Jsuueauall. \
; ;' i\J urgently -eded by overjbodj. Call of water or the too free indulgence in by any other preparation. M in fhlorois t4
: \ .:__---1 1An anti'Z g -,.d\ has Ktu formed -!I and Me, 01 wimplrs si lit tpoblBgI paid) for fruit take one of the Mandrakes every night or lUtention Painfnlness. or Suppressionof'CVw or..

; v 1. :: Dy the I .(\A.IIS. lU'Ci'girls'' "Oso ,. ,J.onth? Rftcr latc I 'ill present my actS ju..t <>]iuil 'heir roi; >d-. at Hartow and : :VJ;' ci-t l\Ai\ n t ail oHKily fur SH>. 15.: Wolcott, every other night and you may' then drink water ternary Evacuation, tinted or ScLta State :
Honorablela HQ\'e Goods
\ 'kife be.lire l ,'' i* : i<.,r motto i Is (':-., IIUJ \omhtrs to tLe Meade, n'ld imite the ntttuti'Ui of the Itl Chntlu.1I1, i S- S"'I and tnt watcrmeluits. poar, upplen.; pumn! of the Turns, auO HI corapuint. incident tG
m.lfr.oI't. .
: uii? IIiU..1JOrouh ,
: -, .the Count court for Ches without the the the
.. r Citizens of the eurrouiuliug country to call - Ilt or corn risk (.f being sex cr inline or cLam of life.
;'. An IllitwU doctor Wtucu* :irate the oth- j oa'1 1 iOnd for-Jfinal BCttlemcnt and ( '\ and esamina our Stocks. We propose toll H""I( ( .AfJl'N JN \\'.\ynn FOU made ick by thini. They will protect those { f f'I

# '?. ; tr day.d soeil a |pptr j fur hhtn, t.hit h i cur 0! o from the eslMe of Imiac Waters dee'd.I'ETER our Goods as cheap as- the same Goods can l loe I Ii i who live in ;diirap nitimtious against chills .
----'I
i'. ii. C. s.fier'- hh t .: ; instead of M. PLATT, bought at m Tampa. Our ,stock is extensive '" Try them. Th-> are erfectly lurn: fCT-1. !

put i Executor. and we flatter ours*:hen that the selection tan I Cahcofs hhirtings, Sliettiugs, O"na bnrfs; HOW UOJIKX: (-AX XI\KK .MONEY: They con do you good onljI Hem b o 1 d's Fluid Extract
D. I T;':ni. Aug.: 17th. Ib7rt.) not be beaten in this part of Florida On Linen. Eed Ticking. Hickoiy StripeR Denim And other l b.t.t IV.MH! iu iLf MnrLrt. McKiufiiiil have nhtm lon, "I1 my profosMnnnl i visits to :

While King William i abwut to assume i i itha stock consists of ;. n"Lain.. ,\".. JWY Mail in. 1G*) riioxunt M 1'1IilJ\.II'hia.' Boston and New York, but continue' to- see
k k patients at my office, Xo, 15 X. SIXTH Street,
>he Eaipi-ror ; Tn; rnlNu t I' C1.UllS.
imperial purple, apo.
Final Notice. PhilMrlpma" Saturday, from y A. M. to
Icon i b weighed down by the imperial j '(;IHA T .v..t t VIXG /II CO.YSl."JfERS. 3 P. M. Those who wUh thorough BUCHU9 J

..'b3t1t4.' I SIX ilON'TIIS from date, I will present my Dry Goods 1 1\-W\RE OF ALL KINDSHAIUMVAUK l'nti o cmm.jtiIr. I.vto get 'd .. Our examination with the Rtspiroiaeter will be J
i it an.1'll'beN to the Honorable ,1 III' charged" llvo dollars. The Kespirometer do-
'Ah r yawm-'l a b tchelor. "this world answer is, wid for price list, and a Club form the
hlernaudoConitty. dares exact condition
of '
the
of and
of the County Court lungs anti Improved Rosa Wash
ft Is_but a gloom prison." *'l'o those in j Judge. florida far K final settlement and&tbarg. -- will accompany' it with full instructionsnw patients can readily learn whether they are J

.. ,\ .' solitary confinement,"added avitt\ young ; t from the estate of Win. D. Underwood. r.adits : \ ). .H E an Ving t.tjie a to luge:club saving to consumers and reuiumr- curable or not. But I desire it ninUttood, H 't
600-- Dress ((6ooHs lrgtmil.-n that the value
ti" -" lady. I tau of bail county, deceawd. i'! C. of my mt'.lidno1'1t1ttDJ.* upon Will radically estirminate from the system di*. -
t ;I JOUN PARSONS, iykiud tlwirl-cin"fken strictly accViting to directions. eases arising fjom habit of -
". MI keep an excellent table." aid a lady 1, Administrator, hlTHI l fl.: In conclusion.. I will say that whtuimw>n* expense, little or no dlaapation. at little '\. f
in
-1 I change
n to one of her boarders. 'That may be I IlroosTilie.7thDeC.l7O.. --(5ra Of nt ail q'lulity and at low )prites, !, TIIECRE.lTHIERIMi\TElfO' \ j\ \ \ take brought my into m..hcine 1I and( their sjTvttmji are I veuicnceor exponu* ; completely diet superceding no iucon- ., \ -'
I u healthy rendition; !
true, m "Am:,said he, "bnt you have very I th.'r..Ly, they those unpleasant and danerona.remeiie., (biwyiA ...
l- r K o v! u i: ItaY A ic F.i5.,11gIlift :. are not soluble to take ((.l.t >< t no one with and r .
31 Merctrry in all
little it." j,l l.t :M; VKSEY: SIT X. Y. P aloxG43. dineaxed these diseases. : l .t
J' upon LS.MARSILtL.S! SALE. - ,- lung con bear n sudden change of atmosphere L SE

J; .. 9Y" \.Southern Illinois editor incites the ', 1 \irtnc of two writs of Execution iw,ne.l outJJ.f Boots &: Shoes, A distinguished''iit*, \\'ant.- journalist. Ju t is l
1 p. who threw dead dog into fur the iie
a
man I'nitcd State
young the O'tCtofthe. Fnll.li' 1 I the Lif.1).1 Tinifs if the 1.1I111'nt.1 (;.emral Lmgnog
f., his well, tq call at Li (ffianl receive F.rth judicial Circuit and. Northern District of TIlt'itr.l ( (..fS ;;, soexplicil and clear iwcniujunvmymotlicinei that v,lone Hombo1d'srIudEtrac 4 4j : i
I _
and.JAfL f valuable infonuation.1 1 rJ iri'l.1 in wluch Bogart and OAlty and Reid AHATS br..o IUI.I fill; \iHIUi'IIt heI ('In1..( them without consmltmj 7ai anj; : .4

I I and Tracer are l'Longhtl'romany drntajbi, "* -
An editor speaking of a rogue, says: II I Sr., id Dcfeu l\nt. 1 have le.ied npon mid ",11! : .7. U. fcv |, i.IM ':

"Therascal: has brob-n every bank and 1 i B..11 at TlUDp" :. cm the f.n.t MONDVY of J CLOTHING F\\\e. \\ > v-> & S\\Oe Robert E. Lee '.10 1o.%:, olaThlbtreet.' \ Philiuleljthia.1) :

ha\'cI jail and Sabbath fajtvc had! in this coun- i 1! October, .\. D., ls"0, U.fore tho I'ourt I ll I.>ni,e & .- BJJCH4T.W
: door the I-jllowin 'ril..l proirty or *<, I f Joos
11{ I -- try for the last five years.* i j jAn t maih of it \\illbatiNfynaid Kn>Hto-wit.: II I 1 ,

old lady re-ad about the _strike$ of;,i, LnlK 31 and 5, Sec Ks T30, K: u"! "'iUa n- Ii I 41.It'ii.Ii.1\ u-sortinent ntTi 1 ; 1- : "
1'f. \
': \Mthu till rd of ihu &
niH> nsnnd heroicdieds
tt rot ,. of the wire drawer in Worcester; ila! .'s.** ,;:, in;1 E I1 J. N A'f1I.E !J. S 17, T 34'<'i. R 3 I. t-.i.Uimi.g IW i N o t i OilS. ot 1m (iiiinixuiious' laiujmi. in un'U ; Names the ,&I ? : ;-: In all diseases of these organs Whether 8t- !-.:!: I I. "
said that of th wire world will ,.." 11f in til
the) tlon.tt '. and BevMer.gled :gs, "' nut williuglj I let .ti The Life ori..u. I male or female, frottlaU1Cd

"L drawers must b* th qurerett ,! S W J, S 1 IH, f30: ), li'i\\ o(,iit.HiiHijg. IdJiuns.Tovru : Oi B ; l..'t> U her. gixtu full of f.u.ls of iutreestnet .505i' I j Originating and no matter of how 1,, ': ) .
f-\ .J 4Qjg p, stand-
J X.>.,2 and::1, ill .1'k ) ; ) tt 'r ,b(fi'r.- I'l1 ,l1..11\1. In one handsome- I ing. It pleasant in taste and J1.or -
Ix.UinTanipa :
inurles :' Y: : : A nm$ieian, in giving Botk-c of an In- I, 33' of 1S30. contsiuing i acre. umet.f 1':.,.I'l1g.11 i ;\ hft-iiku steel *ngraings diate" in action. and strength-. ihaan'imIne- fjJ
4'
t'ote: ': :. \ tended l ronct-rt, at Cleveland, Ohio, an-i I An suri.ry I 11!.vfc2'i. Tampa cont.imiuu 1 ,,.re.W kim'(i'lfftP( 'I Sreftt inducements oftt'rts.1,li"ll\t..lt'.lltl- sH !' of the preparations of rIro g any '

c- 1nflLfwiape : ; nountt l : '.,A urirl\\ of other MJngs ma\.'.I if.- W 4, nnd N t of S i; i. S 3J, T2.1, dien. and nctm men anti' women t.. .ll this I .. Those suffering from brr'endoWD I5 ,
._ be eipt-cfcd too 1l';a/l .u Oenfwn." It :'IJl.tut.ininK J fcI an1"tI.I .1. in i.i, you can any thing that i i. kept in I grttt "ark. 1 E. UTrent A. t'l'ubh .liers, A = i, lions nrocure the n-me, aj on- 'coJ1lltitu
: T ". ir'.t rij-s store, and at piio.which will I" t.)4Irom.lwmtv"s: y. l> s i The reader must l .
l', '\ :' ) ol N E 4, an.IN W \of N J E: 4. 9. "- I m s j ote aware f fH. .
xi: c.tiji'd J 'Susan li.: Ar.tlioS. I i ubti (;ii\e ilI.7LIlt. I.I I. -- timat 0 .
Olitw mon slight be the
:i,: *. An paper t R 21 coutnjiiiuji 12larr. .iCHt YUII -- 3 % amy :tack of the above d'i "
< !| _- \ 'o nyaC rctury i hint vt.ea Susan U.N 1. S t uf:S 13. T :7, H :21 .'nUiuiu(3*1 Acres.T .' C Kv:1.iW.\uv4: LIVE AND .\: '.\ :: OFGEN.R.E.LEE .- -- I lit 111' certain to ".1f t the bodily health S i

buJif -', read it, \ revoluhwuary_ geju.ral did .>iTi Ix)ti 11\.rllJll' No*, 1 mid, .4. in \\.,.:\ I :: ..: f'.I..J 'I { tiLY7T pnn. .'Z ." I .\ :\the po"ttI'll ... and I' ,I ,t-..,
S4? tubl' h "Mad Anthony I i: g..iwril nup. i-out-uuin< 't s '("' For sale ftrrywhero. andf holl" 11011'8 ili, nire the f'I
ehe resemble Why onlv) aid
; 0 s bv I of.
.
It' Sl l 1. and Lot 1 J.u-1 :. ia IH'>'l" 'gn' fll'CK.K. the piureti. I1E1UOLD'S XTR.\CT: .
\ \ .of coarse. j, trliK I containing li iur t>. :. P. ( ;HxnI1) I 'S the gr.at Diurett j'CHU .C ".!

IUat frnl : Ni < An editor in a town down Eastyhct 4" A!' wa'y-eij-lit "hun ',..l l ho ud fl, cattle J IJ Fibruarr f-th,.l7& J JCAKES r Th- ouly authentic and Omcuil bi..nq.iiv i ofthe r Groat Atlantic & Pacific Tea Co I SOt1 b Ltle lits 'E'ty'IIIhtre 1'riC"- ': _:

'j ; tl5e bcbT lA.&fl' S V mud W, J K. und [T.' afTK| >H>I" Great Chieftain. 1'. O/IOX :&;;(11\* hChurch t.-X. Y, 1.251'U or G boUlt"I for i6.50. De- ; ,! -
/ zero
UVt'M
i is ten degr v
*ok J'JJ'" thermometer '-- ;: Tin 1:1I1..J: .J..ritJ(nil great wive ore llltsl./ { l l.j thtCAU'lIONOld rJ8END t! to any (.. I. 'J
FOR symptoms
,, 4 luts' wh, pn-tlicieJ a mild win-' iu aiul i i THEA-NEOTAR CR. all cocaton. io .5
loan > atrkt'< fi> a* J l"n"t r-Iit ono ar iFAIYIILY 1IEDICI1\iES.\ 'ee(l lnr 'tI.OOO cr.pif's oJ/'ttly. ( -
"I :
&, l er to siad him t\(0 tune of t:al. uinfrt'iaro in the other. Othf.split in one CULAR Address
-1 ; and inferior lives of -"' i
Gen. Learcbeii.g
1Dv1 Y'1 l.t'terC h\ ; lt roB t bo a very painful state of' thing MtftMOiltao i l take splits plare in at the 10 othfr.Stlo *. M.. Terms ca-h. I AND F1auHlwnsb circulated, See that the books you[ \\V A N'r C"E -DTI T. HEMBOLD
: And will r..IL.
: stcnmer from
e1.Orll'tln. t'
t -kta lire y*. your owu hlJ k. And tfi* Wi/r.tof OLa'i*. WENTWOHTH, 1". S. Marshal. li.sb every i-f buy arctndorsetlbyallithe. leading G en'ra1san.l Im-i AND CHKXICJU. W.\uuorloEo !

Catt ': -s-<* it Iii that the .uov> p-wtlon uu anylnxlyelse' 1'" 8. .)$,'. hJtputyZt. t-upliiK[ prominent m"u of the south and that each I CLEAN LIXEKASD COTTG\ "

liz' ri bou;' would U vbj civiule. ; Aboro kilo {lOhtpout-d to October Jlli.. copy is accompanied by superb lithograhic 504 DSOJLDWAT New .
'ii o aally York..
t ,. 'fo above sale p>*,tpoDxnl until the fir.tMo.Miay portrait ,.f ieu. Lee, on n bheet 19X 24 inches
dff.: .'., ,;. le. ia January, 1671. lCt25tWI: 1 G roceries. suiubl for framing ; a copy of which we have .4

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