The Florida peninsular
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Title: The Florida peninsular
Alternate Title: Peninsular
Physical Description: v. : ; 70 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Thad. C. Andrews
Place of Publication: Tampa Fla
Creation Date: December 22, 1866
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tampa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hillsborough County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hillsborough -- Tampa
Coordinates: 27.970898 x -82.46464 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1855.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1874.
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended in 1861?; resumed in 1866.
Numbering Peculiarities: Resumed vol. 1 in 1866.
General Note: "Democratic" <1856>; "Republican" <1873>.
General Note: Editor: Simon Turman, <1859-1861>; Sam C. Craft, <1866>.
General Note: Publishers: Simon Turman, <1856>; Wm. J. Spencer & Co., <1859-1860>; Wm. J. Spencer, <1861>; J.E & T.K. Spencer, <1866>; T.K. Spencer, <1869>.
General Note: "Here shall the press the people's rights maintain unawed by fear, unbribed by gain."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur" -1866-.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 3 (Mar. 3, 1855).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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BY SAM' : C' GRAFT.' TA3IPA, FLA., DECEMBER 22, .1866. P RfYjA _- fJt! ,f
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.'. TlIlfFLOIUDl. PE\I 1S SlIll\ll.[ \{ PRESIDENT'S: "TIESSAG a tors and R prf entatites from other States laws are enforced by a vigilant and faithful followed by .there Jovo.anti. gratitude.*',_ ,'b.d
< : I whose inhabitants whit those of Tennessee ) Congress ; each house is made tbe voluntarily receded from,the gees ofpabr> '
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__ -'---- '7"ruwwo .. --- -. .-. 'I Fdln'ilwu/ the Senate and Rouse! had engaged in the rebellion\ Ten States judge of; tLe elections, returns and qualifications lie Hfe. To keep all thingi,within i the.p lek, f. t

., ": r .. ., u1d.t J1tcruAt. \ cf fifprent n fa tire* : more than one (fourth of the wholo number of its own members and may, with! of our CuiwtilutionaL' powers,, .andcbexish, ,,
y.Thos. X.. $F.za\CER. | Alter a i rief;interval, tbe Congress of the remain without rel\rt"lt'n'8ioo.; the seas oi the concurrence of two-thirds, expel a the Federal.Union, theo ,'aar toaf :rJly ...

.r ,_._____ : :::_'=___:_ Uuitt-d\ 'Sats resumes its annual! legislativeilabors. fifty members in the llou-te "of Representatives member. When a Senator or Representative'presents were prescribed' by Jefferson..ai..rules? J o(.. f Ii I
-'TVtrm.: &J, per aUlU'I"- $l,5Ml( >r tit Au all-wise and merciful! Piovidencejla I I and,of twenty members in the Senate! bis certificate of election, he action ;to, endear to hi *',voun\iymea.tha" t 1 41.
mouJo. '- : -. lHted'the estilence which visited> ourshisrrslraing are yet vacant, not by !their own consent I mutt ba admitted or rejected ; or should true principles of the Constitution:and prr>-? : \ -+
": '-r.T1'H1'; AUr : RTIOSG; I; 1 its ri.1{amitopatrares upon I not by a mature reflection; l-ut by''' the refusal there be any question as to bis eligibility; mute A union of sentiment and action equal* j 1
,;: ..., t jsorne jiorlionsof our country. P.ACrur- of Congress to accept their credentials. ; his credentials may be referred for investijgaiion ly auspicious to !their happinvsajind! safety t
'One'ftfinfhu..r s' uare((1 S Lmrr'. !. "::ee- ) ..or left .for ($l S9.fur'tilcbrttb iW, trj..ntuility; : I tier) auibority have Their admt!>ion. it U believed to the' appropriate comm lee.! Ifj Jack" on held that the action of the fierier ... ',<. r
.> q1ll'lt.utJ( ertiua .;. ;5; been formal1}' declxred I ) lo exist throughout! would have Hceompi: >|jed! much toward the.j admitted to a sent it must l he upon evidence al Government should al"'R""be tai ly? +
., & c 1Iotot fbi$.Legalotiee.; Will lietkf "blU'Uol,; atApCicanvu the whole ot the United) States. Iu ail of removal of and strengthening of our relations I satisfactory to iho house'of which be becomes confined to the sphere of its appropriatt; :
\ tJ \lvwiiiy r..U?;; jibs: Siatti civil authority has superseded I as one }people: and remove serious! a member, that ho possesses: the duties, >and justly and forcibly urged!}that > t t
: : or Leitur' of AJn'inwt; -. eau .. ,," Hie coercion: of'arms, and tho people l I.}' I part requisite 8ntl'I./Il1/ : qualifioaI ii be'maintaisrda
cn "'I iuhat itanls of those States it would have lions. If bo i i .. 11ilmi( nor our'Union' '
Mt ; \'ti.... to lJc'Ltnn anJCrrdiiura; b l:41J' : their voluntary action are maintaining; their I (refu ed -stun I\I' n : preserved by .invasionijof.j :
i Application; for D'1tlHii'III.. 1200AxiM'Uticeuiei.li'f government, in full i punJitlutuv ,- : Jrrrtiser+ent.hatlJ.!lill J publication.' in t i N no longer; cb&tiucud in any State L}' ", that no people ought lo bear the i that none but persons )loyal to the Govcrnments'trong: wo make it,weAl Its' ._ : ,
I .I j| ee5fvit nl; the nwi.iber. of )rr.iiola! i t.<> l.e tonibntlii two p.\\trfol to IH mpprcssedbj .JI. burden of luxation; and yet be denied the I United States will b'! allowed\ a voice! in true strengjn consi.sts r i in leiving! indfridn- .: ; '
T'nhlil"N until forbM and charged uc vr litj -lo-Jq'{ : :
'a., .'x.ti t!ao: in l.t.i'!: rva..tl tit j'Jllidltl'.J"Ot'l.'ul.! right of lepresentation' that each Statr. the legistative'couneila: of the nation and as! and Stales as much air possible? to thefnselves -. t" "...;. .
:'\ ., -- -_- inn: ;!':.J tln! abimuSllita tn.;cn-U-ied bvwar the ,>ha1I hart at leat one iepre"ent: tive. and'I tht political power :and( moral; influence of n making itself felt, not eo much! .
i ... ( ale, i'i>"d'v' } 5el in2to: the! bl"IISt't'lit!' that n., :State\ shall deprived. of itsujnattrrage Congress are thus .ffertivrlr exerted in the in its power, but iu its beneG.enctl--alit in. '
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profrssioafllB.L: 'C1r1ls.: ;'ii.nejii-:! of tar I'e-iiiM-tiuiliorian-J to tIlt, in the Senate. These provisionswerointendetl i intercuts of loyalty lo ihe Government. and its control, but in its protrctioc-; in '
J .. :' l,iid'y: itfecls. : :>> ot* itnreAtrictcd m.>ciil! and to secure to every State, and. fidelity to -the Union Upon this question! binding' the States mora: .closelylti the.tea '1 e
.,: : MITCHELL.(; I i c:i. $$1t.tcrt c'I"\ infercuie. An etilirefratdrn.il rcaoirttionnf I co the popo! of very State: that ri ;ht of s') vitally! affecting I tb* restoration of the tre,;but 'leaving t-ach to nipve'onobstroo-, .y 1 t
6'ulirgnulst,!! be tl.! l'IUII' representation in each house of Congress, 'II' Union and, the perm racr.cy of our present ted, in'''its proper c'on.-lHutional oibi ,= ',
; 191.von1"__ :_..'.:.'....;fY: ..E..... LAW. Ir.l! \\1.11\11' every. patiiulic bevel, and I we Mid so important was it deemed by the fra form of government)" coryiuliou3hure, ;These are the tcuhirsof'men: wliosa'deed' *' ( ti ,
;J -1" :.u'A., FLA.JSfiil .- j:I will! have j.eeotnj.iisdii-d: our jraiidc! National iners of the Cln..tiluti.HI..llutt, cqu.-dity of( to fore expressed, have undergone no. and 'services havo made themillustrious! : .
,,, ( I ad.icvcmtntvh for ;..tti.l: ; the the States in the Senate sdiould l he preserved change: ; brrt on the contr try, their correctnds :and who. have long vtic: withdrawn'from r i :1 t ;
i sad events of the pan and rtim-iulieririg thai I not even by Jill :itn-r.diiici.t of theConstitution hd ,!bv'eu ct'uS'UK-d: by Ml-'diou: and tlm scenes of !ai,.. and hav, left to their :-
!if ,i v. pt *U Utiou to all busier** I \ j
J.IHMU I c.Hih'. J ':hcir ii.>lriiUvo |1'I"on\ weour H"lIrn" can, any State, without I itscoiH' I tim. !If the a.lmi.ion of loyal member; country the rich legacy: of their example.t '
t.: l V*6?* !r 19o'rix owaiJ; I lancer a* a free, prospt-rotw: anJ nt. be -nii'd; a voice in that bratr.-h: to seats, : iu the r@-pectiw.r house: of ..Congrena : their wisdom and (heir( patriotism. Drawing :- ;; i
--- !! united I ople.! +It f the National L.i-Ltture. It. 5 i.* true i it I was wis and expedient a year ag->, fresh. Inspiration} from their Ussons, let '
? :Ti>i t.rBMIX.UEMEHSOX J. F. Ilr.nrr.nx; In my' ILC,"M;C of the 4th of Diccml, bus l teen a> atned 1.." svnir. "lhat the errs! i it i ia no !1tI>* wiie and expedient! ,Holy ; il \ emulate tlim !in* our 1 1Ii love of country'' I.

'. ;: 186., ClIlrt'lisIU iuft>rni'-d: of the men;- I truce of ll'd| States w.".i terminated by th? this anomalous: condition; is right' now ; i il it t and) respect for thIS Coublilulion Iud lh. ,.' t
& DEMIEPA'$ UIt' which ha.l beep io+t'tiiA-d: l,y the Kxecutive rebellious!! acts of their inhabitants{ and l in the exact condition of tlldse'StaII'S at laws. .f. '- ,
with! x view to tliojindua! ivMo- that the indirection' f hnving (been 'pressed pre-ent, it !.. lawful to exclude them from Thp report of the Seerata'y of the Treasury J
r ik.n of the! fl hllf i in which the in'''urnction they were henceforward to bo considered representation, I d<) not see that the qll- "- nffjrih much information respectFcgtb .'+'..
ATTORNEYS; AT' LAW : occntrV*!. to their relations with tb r merely conquered territory. Tlu lion will be clrioged by the efflux of lime ? revenue and commerceof l\n\ country.'1, ..
.. TAMPA-FLA.: 'General Co; vet mm:nt. Pro\5iton l Cover- -giiative! Executive and Jiilici.il; DopaiimriiU ten years benu If those Slates: remain a* His views upon the currency, and with reference / t/i
I nors ha.lilt'tn 1 itplviutrl; II\-nion": : ca11. : : oftbeG.vernmrnt6avr! : however they nre, tlm righ < of representation will! to a proper{ adjustm-h't of our revs-J.' i
Will practice in the :Southern: ant llutcrnPittuiu GUh"lIoroi rlectrJG: ; lltlllIC" IIS..tIU with great dUtincturs and uu'.formconMstency : I.., no stronger ; the rigU of exclusion will I nun system, internal well ,as impost, are"f '
u"WrY iOU. '!I; bU.-i], nn-1 Senator nnj It-pn'(.'iitntivcicln x ; refused to sanction an a ,uiip. ta no \\' )jk'r. The Constitution of ihe commended I to the care6.il. considerat'oi; of,, ,: t '
Tampa, )Ia y 2CIU, 1BSC. ,5-Omo.:.. s.-n to the Congress of tlie Utiiitd'Su tioi; so incompatible: whit the nature; o.' United Sa: 6) m.ikei it a duty of tbe Congress. In my !hot nnnuil inevsnga'I V
i te*!. Courts had been opened: for the our rcpiiMicxn; !Iy..tem aud l with th" pcotVcd Prt"idont h.) icjomniend to the con>idura- expressed my general: ) views upon, these : : :
; ,,It. ,.. ..'/lTL, A. 4. 4" _./''enforcetncut of. the law lull: htlJ illnt l>eyblockade l u.jeetaof! the war. 1'ttruultouttitrecent :, r :ion l"f Congiess such! inensures as he subjects.. : I now only call attntion: to the ;t'1 ......

':;; TOTE: & ALLEN. I abra ; the : ) had been removed, 1 legislation! of Cungrasstbtl undeniaMe tm'd judge j necessary or expedient I necessity of carrying into every department : "u
custom: 'hou...s re ntabi.htJ! ), seal tl,@ in- fact IllIk.it5'tlf; iipparent that these! know of no measure more imperative'y tie of the Government a system .or rigid
t ,< ,. .. i I tt:, "t! rrr 01"; leas I put in (orce. in c"tirr ten i-o'ilioul( coni'iuiiiiiiet; are nothing I le"o;i I man'lfd' by every consideration of national accountability. Through retrenchment,,a 't: fi .j/
f < 'JitlornrDS at ram that : .. that :States of the Union. At thIS interest I. sound and wise with
Jitopltliiigiil ivililrilnite 3'> 1)) lintiuujH vet) policy equd justice, : economy, no exceptional: nor unusual .
E T -=:..u.o-. j nl luruwr ; l ,'t i prtvtd l, and etl'vlllw"rl:' I lu-inj inade to re, I Ii declared, with an unanimity MS remaiknbleus the now unrepresented States. This would I of taxation can be lessened by such a modification ;: jl
SoVicUors' \TX. 'E'lu\t\ !,' i Ulorn tll11h.. tl&ddolnlcr couJiu-ii! : off : it was kigtiilioatit i that the war was not consummate the work of restoration! ; of our revenue laws at will be consistent '. ; -.f
!'1t TAMPA. FLAV j fi..i irn=y: TLe t.trs; ihrro'rllt II hxJ) beet t "*:jed) up-HI our country in any spirit of would have a most salutary influence in i with the public faith and the leer :1j: 5 1
-\ ILL"L GI\.1ft.l'tJml't! attention to.all UuiaII 'isked. to' tutu: !purt in the: high; funci'on.s; oflattei'dinj oppression nor for any purpose of can the re-establishment! of peace, harmony I, mate and necessary wants of tho Government. -
_. r..entturteJ to their care J : the Convention, and of thus quest! ,.ulju;..ti.fI. nor }purpose of overthrowing ] and fratemal feeling It would tend gee.t t. It presents a much more salisfactp-" : ;,,: ;
:! rkmbcr.l 1.t,16a6.: JO.lim: iHMiictiotnng the extinction of African sea! or'interfering with the rights orestalilidied 'lly lo renew the confidence of the: Ameri-i ry condition of our finances than one year' .
: very as one ofll.el-1 r LAZY NOT Cl !iinleriiei-ine struggle' have plor; HtJ.far .- to defend- and tcainlaiii; the supremacy: otl ith I ..ir institutions., It would: bind us more p +h-J. Duiinj the fiscal year en.1ing'the ;. .
.,. my nervices to atiociiU with other I Thus the Executive; DepailuitUt found I the Constitution, and all lawit tunde in pet r, j I closely log llter as n nation nnJ enab'e! us 30th June, 18G3(; the last year of th} war.. .'
I.Off'er the proncution or defence of Cl** that, it had accomplished nearly all that suanco thereof and to eves!rvu the Unionwiih to sho'.r to thi: world jhe, inherent and rectipu ha public:; debt wasincrensed 011,902.537, t'1j
il Ctfft, in Vli* t iSonthern Judicial t'iu-uit of vas within; the scope of iu Constitutional'authority : : { all the dignity, equiilv and i rights; of ; ativo! power: of A' ')\'' 'Ilu''nf'unJ' and o-i the 31 jutlter.1... gad CouuacL lu Criuiiual C.M.-., dlbcr raluL ur wit h :; ObIS thing, however.t rulo the severs! State unimpaired and that' a- ed .'n the will.:! of th- pace:; 1:111 1 est.tblia;- atr.oiinti-1; \ to $2,7-lO.Sot.730: : :; ; on the,31stdiv

.?J !SAM..C.Cr.\IT.oI 'm.i.J l I.e done 1> lore iLo work of yea ..no:) IIi those dt.j jcts wire aciomjili-h-jd! I ed ur;tan the prioi :pes of 1h; !.IY. j j'l'tioannd I. of Oijfob r, IS'Jfi'; it had been fe-Iuccd! t.t. t.- '
Tampa. S, '. 3.1; 86C. *l-tf I tHI.iii"1 could l l'B' completed, and, that waijii.e the war o'lght to ceae. I In "OHIO' oilurinstances in' l'igjncj.' --" -.- ';t.!lmi+-sun 10 C.iH2re ; ; and lZ<-prti t itives from the States: ,\11\\0? ;ij I lions their Ir.:,:i*'9tivu function*, whil.j! i itl'i d-moj'r-h:!i ih-i! ftlUcy of the argumomUi ;: : Si.'pfetn!>er 1, ISGo(;:;, and enJing Octobar:
3 SY.ATTOTLXE.Y. FIN LEY ; people j litj rd.-II"I I a:::ainot the lawful nu, I other iiMnnce* Ui'prfA.-ntJitives vr,, e!I''I: ':'iin-'t fro in-t'tu'.ions.; 'drawn) from our!, 31. ISGO. having ben 623.370.5t5o On .J ,
.: Uhority yf the General Government. Tiii l..Iul'] admitted: l seats after their t 1'll"1 recent r.'ition'il diso'i'e? l bv. the enemies ofrip f the la-t annual repoiton the state _of t tl{ o f1
.' 'la 1A\S' ine,.tf..n' .!" vylvitl II p"" lh,, repctiv; 'i I j had fortiinlly!! flwlired! their right to Wilh'l( I !:>ili"i'i:: g'ir.'rnm-'tits. The ailrnission; finances!, it was I.llirnatelllb"t! l I during
H-itji.s "u-iii-i! by tie! Con( <'ttllilt'll; aruiu draw (torn ihe Ltl.ianurl were endeavoring 1 i jnf I 1..II'Iml''r'l from the Sites; now r,xirl'i -' three ij'j-irlerii of the fiVa! year ending ,
it BRDOKSVILLE FLA. :d.. the. jn I l.je l'I(the u'ccliioi 1t'11I1I.IIUJ ; to maintain tInt right l-y force ot tI'I' 11.1 from Congnsby nll"inn'Jout! \ bt 30th of June last the debt would bo thb"I I
.!iifjcnuuu! of nrembrrsuul' i its arms AH of those States ,! anl I !\\rp.dll.n..iC'o.IJ I creased $112,191,047.! ;
if. Win Prtetiee i ia the" Svqtbero' au.l K: .strnJ .1r their own wtiow p-op;;| turn capital, now Dunns!:; lhat }period .
.e -, 'ilvi; .l Circi.it: I. atdt ra'i.N, at one eltf4:;fd! tin alien wern in insurrectioi: as :Siat.js\ we 1' ]anl331'J&i.; ly' I'"rt (I f Cticjioss.. In the int-Hiitime> thno ded I l !in tile aii|'O'iiiii.-iit( of th i direct ,tax. the -hvin'-U. of trade and pro"pe ity. tie, receipts of the year bavins; been f SO- }
' ._: lwrcu'ar1): : ,'i.allm' -ut, other pl.tn hnv.ji :- of twenty milliotis: ; of ,luIIMrlItIl'lllall'laiJ; I It would: alleviite the present troubled condition OOS.OO.'j more, and the expenditures} $200-, t
.1' : : : >> be ripoJH} .j'i-d bv Congress, continued upon the United Mates: hy the act ipproved cf those States, and by inluc pgIv23.233less! l than the estimates.. Nothing '
\ -M-POST,. its df.r ,. ui l p..if!\... f, as for as practicable: 5th Angtist! 1801.. Congress I. by the emigration, aid in the settlement of fertile c'\n more clearly indicate than these state- .' \
I.'} !J C -.. (". .\, the!i K..ir.raii.n of th-. proper r relaion: ! &.;i tltc4 Wtut f,cn,w..w"., 'U\.1 iJ'"""W.J-l.: ..,, t I\ven :bi c'niz. j* of the respeciivd States of repreA'iitation; 1 thereunder, also !increased 1 production of Iho+.. staples which national resources And' the npidiu\and' aa:
l t.. '. : u c.1: and; the F J"rlll I G",t rnmlllt : exten !linztm : recognized their rire ,:: : (.0"1 ( :1tle1 cht '"( J to rq lire, the judicial{ revenue |I">s- pose, been! divided into district! I\i :+ NVw fields of enterprise would be opened I. ; can bo( di-b-tndcd.; and expeu>en ,r 1rF -
tai oy-tetn of the country, with!! tin advice alone on bo divided. The same r coni'l I to our progressive people,; and soon the devastation i reduced from a.war lo a peace footing. {
t.,, Yv TJP..\ FLA.TII.LatttfrJ I jnd consent of the S *; ae! i if the necnry tint appear in ilia recent '!, I of war would' f b'; repaired, nml Jilltrncesof J I During the fiscal rear ending! the 3 of <
'J' 'Ii ": ; : all brine'* en- !jolH-'rs! MffT. r'J'i.il1t'| and appr pria'-ion: relertjtioe to Tfiineivi! *, which evidently' our domestic difference1' ffa( ttj| ::Jtinp, !18CG.{ the rrrt"pt'!" '! werp $'j5 S,032G20f th": [ ; i ,
; .> t1, iteJ julti3c.r.I" Ot1II't.r.\O. iiotdj by (Con, ;:riws r5ha payment of th'-ir j i rests under the fid that the functions; ol I ;: from tho mind!* of our countrymen! !in,one :1[ and t thtt expenditures: ).O.i 50.!) to. leav- i
J; ,I '-t. : ."rp.itnilrnUte; wiieitrL. : '.nlarie Tbe! : jtfojMisii'ion lo amotid the 1 I :the Staid wtr! 'IJ'l destroyed! by the. rebellion i.effort!* to p rfs rve that unity of if; J.\ r u.qat.M.; IS .: F!! V xisUnoti of *!.tan'r"ithin tho United j uiplu is of tour 1SC7
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?.. r.. :JlrItJ 1Earrlagt( .' tl1agan piOr.:; i: !Sta'e: *. or in way I place. futj'rt to ili.-5r jnrWictit'ii j!I which like Tt'U'.I'ie.*, attempted' : ,} to rv-j I: tl.ev held I "prior to th} + -b'on.!! \Ve':' wii; ;; 473.0Cl.3So: ; and that the oxp'nflilnre ,:,. t
-. \ ; uus ratitied bv the ruii.-| nouu.-u their! place in the Union. The ac j l i, should he ciulious left t, diving; : re.'rtudour J will reidi th-i sum of-s31C,4C3.-. (
>;: : number of fltiten, anti I on -.he ISth: .Iy of lio.iof; the Executive: of the \, r Tlli!", ; I I/.r-ultrr, 180", il-w"s tfii.-.tlly; declared! ,:, upon\ this ful'j-trt' has been eqiiHlly drfini'e tegrHtion. we resort toarbilrary m..ana. and' *HS 13.30B= for 'Ihe fuoafyear ndn; f '
; method or itiforice to Ime Uni ,,li,1 l Wax prlof thrf Con ': an-l I uniform. ;iii.I the purpose oi!; .11m war 1 in tlif et.d absolute! dc '\ \'T haPndereiFiinJtakesths IItilllt; ;- n -f tie United Statr Ail lf the ::. was np'fcifi.'ally! stated in lti<{. pn-climation edy f'r n recurrence of similar; l iroiibl I *, ( l. will 1 amount $ I
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---r .4;1.t W.p..II ....,..". nt II. nJ'ICmup''f hick: ;IS'a'M in which, the insurrection had existed !!| is..iicd I by my prwl-'cessor: on t he S''d: I d- \' I( war h.tvin:; trrminatelanti," with it al!!,<,c.caifiii I I (.hat the! expenditures} will t b* $330,247.641.:' \,' -i" y
1'' Lad tII-tJ.\t.{ ln"IiJ.t their Constitution. I II" of :\ IStJ):. It then ( for "iho ex"rcis.. of .
: 'I it ahup. allmakttosnJ repairing/ ; tuut 1 : ptt-mKer. was solemnly powers of J] )Ubv showing an .excess: of $35.752,359: :) () in favor
k .,re."J.r.' make+ sheen contorm U.- the ;tat f I I proclaimed; and declined thit hertafter.lier ( iilJl con+tituiionj' litv. we s'lonld: has'enlo of the Government. These estimated i
; :ximxno.v.. I"cliiu.gu lliu> tlJVcltil, in the nri/::;Ili-, law of i.... .*tot;>, the war will! bo prosecuted !>tir.gegMition! ? : : l within: the (bound: 'iriei'pro- bo diminished! ; roceipts .' I
X.... .t\I wi.h' t4\ !hire 3 cotsl Xi'lce'.i\1.I\>t, orr !heltitid I I I scribed may b.thl. s re-luc- r"r"1'I
: '..... F intrrertieth.Shop.<< ( I.lrrhreJ| ntiiland) void allordinan I for the ol'j-cl of practically: re>torinjj the by the Constitution; and to return lion of cliitUf, ; but after all necessary re ( f
; _JS- ...:.. Oct. :J.. 2 tLBm.f 't-rlaud law of s..cession, repudiate.l rill rons'jiulion.il relations between the UnitrxlSutes to the ancient lindmnrks established by ductions st h<,ll have l been made' t tbe rove ) 1' I
: pre'tcded) d.h:4: and ulIi"titon;. created and esuh of the State Rud.1 haS pco our fathers for the guidance of succeeding I rue of the present an.l folloBringjear: :}, ,
\ for the fru.luiionary purl],><*e:'. of the in- pie thereof, in which States that relalion: i* generation 'riaCnnlliruton, which at doubtless! b<: sutHoient' to all will, ,"l
t L 1 ,iS3VEISSB80D.IbpLER .vjrrectioaand' pt-c4-e1r l .I in ::J faith to. :[or m.IY bd Mj pended, or disturbed.r The any lima exists until .cuai'gl 1 by an I on the treasury und leave cover a large chtrges surplus; :-. w l' \ f
: tln et)'(:linml of for nilion'of the States Judicial explicit and) authentic
: m-a'nrrs the protection ;I reco!- I I.tit". tof the who!? peo I to M applied! to the payment of the principal r
/ ; Mtid') amelioration; of the condition of ,,, [) ']1""I tmentof the (r-ivernmer.t ha nNo! pe! is sacredly obliga'lory upon all. If in : ; debt) There 'ao\v t r. ,
Ihe colored-race. Coujres.s ho hjitAtcd IK- clear and in all i ilitlectiriu Itha[ opinion; of th ( tplv m) : .. ,
s 'vever, *-* !!! ''''II proceedin 1 1 'people, the ilistribiition! : go-id res<)n ", !.Iy' tax-v notbe redu'ccd.iu
J, ) Jt t r, Uptiotfter. d't.. i load.uit\ any of thrstl, States to iep- i I$ : them as State, bad, in the Su-j fur'i modification; ',,( the OJOStttu''onal' ; poW'frsl th'j' country advances rrny ; in J', .. I

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J k1L.tch, I am (1(011' pre iTa*" C.f tfits'" vljjht! month cf\the. session ,: lnti....:ionof Senator an'}, Il-presentative: + by an amendment, in thu l r. rnrttgl''+'f' 1 .:
\ tr x4ae cheup tit 'cheaper tint an exception; war made a favor off ', from and al! the! State there be, way in .? i y
I eke f1l'o c l:11.1In... I *.nt t'l funnel \ I any can which ,the l Constitution! ,ltI';nJ\te.. ; but I M The report of the Secretary! of'\Var fur, : ,
;- ti liop.. ou the upiHMUtt>> bide+ o Tennessee by .,th e admisMou of b\r Sen ,- ] no just :ground of npp'retteusiuu, that parsons IKJ !
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r'""" '- .: q o -:; "i.q V*b 4Ul } stf Mr. J, Ferris [ tors and Represenialives. I deem ititsub- j! who ere. d'oyal! Will bo clothed: will;, change by usurpation for it ;is imp rtarjt. information; : t I
O. .G._. R .,u b\' ") ; Iota 1ei31ntion' I ;the ciHtom.iry weapon by wbicb free Governnunti in reference to operations his f
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.... c: 0 \')\ ::HII1 thus far failed to admit! to seats loyal SerK' i j jha/pun i : when the Constitution: and the are destroy! Washington, | Jnl during the rut yea,. Few roan-' 1
; :a: f 0- ir. r: s.Ot.. \ } j,pok-j: there! woidi to his oountrymen when f toers now remain: in service apt tiev! nr.* J'
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V + .f.:alur,. .,sof our laUd *vpirrn., ..ong txi|>etlence Mid of Congress in its efforts. to tucyuragw n projvsitioo to dfr the ltlemeut till a' ure to settle this question increased dur-.. -
k rvs and eftrnyftVliscussioa have ruult<<.J tlM"e StBte" which scourged by tnutu,,rsconv ntion for the adjustment ofall ing the war in which })roi., Italy and
.h1tere1 'u4t ID the convivtioa (fiat the Uvt-lopemrnt) [ war, are tiow. earntstly engaged: in,the roorgnn'tzition ciimof citizens and *uj! t U, bf both Austria were recently engmiged.Vhte ,
rect of ''oVr ftgticaUoral>Wurce, and. the ditfusion'of of domrtic; I.Juilrv. It is ''a counttius, Vising out of the recent wan on Great Biitsin has never acknowledged l .
- i : kq1 i an energetio popa'atioh over our ',ut.j-*ct uf cOAgraluUtion that oo' foreign )Ihe.contin< \shell be agreed upon by the the right expatriation, she has, not prac t
.; : .: iiriioo; fas en ni1m. yasl country are ubjeajf? i of greater imrjor- c-omliinalions( against our domestic peace two count:: re .\Tho J8flgge tJorj was deemed ti.-Hl'y! iimistrd on it. Franco has! been ,
V: ("ne."to the" national growth and prosperi Itnd! afctr, or our Irgitimate ,infljcnceI _nn.fjison ble. ,)but il belongs to Corigrissto.lreetile equally forbearing and Prussia has jwpos' t
F : spdI'unervhia6Iejres, and ikeI t V than the ,proc i edt. of\ the fcalti ol the I, among nations have bwn. formed 'or attempted 'mn\ner' in which( claim* for t"tJ J H compit'inife! which hlic ugh evidencecfgreal .
: : -J2pient of expenditure. Sufficient lind to the highest: t.iJ.Ier\n} Ojxn m1r kp.t.. i while lecoiiciliHlioo, loyalty and indrmnity by foreigners, as well as! by the liln-rslity, hni been aciepted by '
"aI"U> trieel daiagriis buen rejm The: pre-emption Uws.confer upon the, pioneer pHlriotism: haveincitHsed ut home, .H mo.$ citizens; of I Ihe Unit .} tAlee. li-ing out of th* United Stntes., Pence is now preraiL -! '
_ )$ ( the disbanded volunteers, who complies with theterim, they impose I. j'jjt cou. a .ti n. of our' AHtiounl chnracter ibe lute- civil" war, fihrtU! btf adjusted! iindjdetei irg everywhere ;in Europe. The prt'lIe1l\ ,
h4 &H *pond to the oatlon&l call, an the privilege of puicha, ing a limited and right SIH" len 111lfJif..lltl.t: by t'\.rijjti I mined. I. have n>9 doubt that the seem lo Imp a favorable! lime for an asso" '
b'y'cah beTiiisedorganztfamI equmCJ portion of land at' !the minimum! Tile nntiotH. TI.c entire Miccees of the I stiljectof. all such claims\ill! tngnge your fiation by Congress/ of the principle so. ,

r -f PreparaUpni' bave' Voepr i iade for Homestead Acts relieve the setter (,ott, the Atlantic. cable let' v.eim. tlu...coastf.. Ireland. atU-ntKm nt a convenient aM 1 proper time.it long maintained by' the Executive, hut .. ,
', ,\ 'o yTiiiffooal bounties u ,au payment .port-haw money and 'irure* nnd llie proveflre'oCW- Koundtaud j is unaciiiiVeiii.tit i is a milter of regret that nrXconsiderable, naturalization by one State fully exempts .; \ j
1io 1if' the recent"session, of Congress:' him permanent: home on the; couJilions \\ ltch. lilt-! Wt.I' ji: uRdersucfrgii1ifloj t i a.' .iI1 protect thovGftVerbment of f .residence ( r'A term of{ year Thi;* !I led tu Li-i !Is,ieube1blitre.! | allie Ojeiiing{ of of the! differences between ihe html ted from the peiformance of its military duty .. fI
,. : tr i'fAcd'iitt wcore to the liberal policy )invites emigration! from I time an era !in the progress; uf c\\iZllioll.) :! ; There Slates and Great Britain, arising; out of the does not voluntarily renounce its right 11
di c &;Jed'l 1Jiera't weIr.eft ro eft reward otJ and .from' the more crowded portionof i is: reason: to expect that equal, success will C'depreditions' upon our national commerce and benefits in .the performance of a duty l I
of'li. rarerylind gjallanlry'! : More than "the new world. Its propitious :rvgults aUeii'l and wen greater results follow! the and other" thing* committed duriig oar civil imposed upon me by the Constitution. j k
r:: _.. J 'of'othef'ih-gic-al j ppantl ,'and 41 .national I manifest when we ihaI! h ive given lo it amore through the l'..otic, or ly the projected international law and ireaty'obligatipns.'X of the States and of tie people! l -
'ceraeleriei, containing rem'nins of 104, wide development. Congress lias. line (of Ith'gt\J.h! j between Kamskatka The delay, however, may be believed to Saudi information of OUT domestic and foreign
.286"'Uaion" soldiers, have ''already l been made liberal'grants of public! 'lands to cor., IIUJ the IkitMinti 'I'o-rt-ssions, in America have! resulted in no .small degree from tie itLtirs, as the public( interests seem torequire. '
'1j! t. .'esfablis'bed.-! Tha'total estimate of inilitary"appropriations popttiou in hit of the construction of.rail- domestic situation of Great. Britain ; an entire Our Government is now uodtr- ,

'!II i}' "ri'*I ; are" 20,256,430.. toad* AOll otbet internal i imrrOVl'rn .- The reso'lution (.f Congress: ", protesting! change of ministry occurred in that goinV its! most trying ordeal and my ear ''\ \
The ecretary of the navy ,reports that !Sh..udtbpolcy: \ > herenfiiir prevail, rnor* a2: ;\::iil pardous by foieigu 'Governments! country during the last session of Parliament. nest r :ayer is, that ihepeiil may he final17 .1 j !
,,: ibenavalTorce cooMsUof, 278 v : 's.,ls arm- : Blringbnt provisions will be required to secure 1 of peisoiis-ciMjvjnt'-d "f iiif'imi'iis otf<$iioi-s! The attention of the new ministry and svcce.ssfully! pass: !lerl, without impairing !
4 ":, -ltb.2331, guns ; of these 115 vcMeU'' faithful\ application of the fund. The on condition of tiirgr-iling! ; lo our country WHS called! to the r.ulject at an early day, itoriginal strength and symmetry. 4 ) 1 .
'3'r.t are carrying 1029 gun*, Wing .distributed title of: lands should not pus by patent or i ha, l been (:minuiicaieij\ to the Stolen with I\n.1Ih.rrl1 I is some reason to expect} that it The intereRof the nation are best to be ':
?; among sevfen squadrons.} The number, of otherwise, b *
\ '.f J 'u1 en'inj service 11 13,600. Great activity and subject its control, until ,S MU por 'I I practice !so justly the "ubject of complaint friendly spirit. The importance of an eiirlf lions, the complete obliteration: of our J I .,
It l' 4arid.vigilance; bave been displayed! by all lion of tlie! roatihac.!. been nclually built.Portions .- I on our part, has not U-ei removed. The disposition of the question cannot beexn past differ nce ,\nd the reinaoguration of (
", .... ,, 'squadrons. nnd .their movements have of tbetn might.th->D, from time congratulations of Congress! to tjie Emperor !:: :crsted, whatever: might be" the wishes! time pursuits of peVe. Directing our efforts ,
t .t"o :: been judiciously.and cfSciently arranged In to.time, (conveyed to the corporation. of Uusji.1, tij>v>n his escape[ from an at.tllmll.l of the two povernii'ents.: Il U manifest: i lo I the early accomplishment of these ,I. .
:.. .., ;auch 4 manner as, would ,l>vst promote Itit .never, in a greater ratio 10 tho wli'ile: ass ...'in tion. hav j been. pres..ntt.rlI' l lj that good will l and friendship l between the great efdI.'t! u' endeavor lo preserve i.
; 4 American commerceand .protect the interest qU'"ot embraced by the :grant titan the I i to that humane and en!i1iten.d iu'erand I two countries can not be established} until haimony between the co-ordinate de. .. \
E ***;.,, of our countrymen:, abroad. The completed! parts! bear to the entire length ; received' by him with! expression.* of grat.o'l i a reciprocity in ihft practice of gootl faith!! of the that each ,f-
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., 1"euetl'not employed are und.;r oing; r<>- of the promised! improvement. This, rlS' I (ul appreciation. The 'eXt',: lli\\' "being: ; cud tmrU' rility shall!! he restored betweenih pertinents : : It .
*p&irir laid upliU'lheir!.,_ ervice. may (be striction would not operate, lo the prejudice I wl\fll..1 of an lUU'intit! by Siani! : >h .\(Ova-. <, n.-i>r<< ctiv: n.ttions. On 6th uf June, in crate in its with proper the sphere other may in securing(cordially]the ro'op-maintenance -.4' .
l 1 repaired. .'Host of the iron clad a.-'ft. nre .of i any undertaking;; : concerned, in p .
;.. Phil-' I I : rif United fijroign < >i','.litioii and} etmtertrism! ; ngaint thclJiitii of the Con titution the 'pre'ervn* ::.
the i with the.
"_ : a t_League.I_'UoJ, and at_ city.or. : (ilh and executed reasonaUU enfry. !. c>f rr e.tnf'n S'a'.cs.to. a ,
lion of the Unionant! the of ,\
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thouM I Ibe it in ttleil withdraw has i in-t tlit ojerta :N >r:1Ilo..rc':1'1: ; colonies was projected!,
i f :, a4epbiawliicIiuntIi1eciive action t tI :: A* \Jhe s' practice; to country pr.nt..t'c Hg j I" lue institutions. I -J
.4 'taken'by 'Congress, was selected by thc- from tintkU the l.indi falling; with. one which copRiimiiiHti'd, wo>.id! re- ,J ,n-j AttfinMiiiw! to [m carried on withiu the I our I
I I:. Secretary of the. Navy.as the must eligiblelocstion : 1 in the (op-raliou of such ;grant and thu; m il'Jca I llivm! t.) a l'on-a! : cb".tt more <>ppr<<-> :u-rriioiy" nnd juriMliction (.r the United ASDHKW Jonssos..: .
for that cU''s of vc.*els I _. U is. include the iN .1)tioII Of a KuS.'eq'.isnl xd.ver sic,> tljHii tint fi',tn wliic't! -.II"I' : jdsi[ ; St:t'.;". I i r.l'nee. to the obligations W A9HI nTO 1)ee.3. 1866. ,
1 -: to important that suitable station should! be ''' light; or brea-h of the (*lI.litt.i'I'! I \\1 f.J\; ....). \.. .1:1 ;/;. 1\\4 tii-..n ut- | imjtowl: npott.the Executive by theronstii .
I r : provided! for the ironcldt1t. his'i intended which CongreS' may d..e'n proper( 10 im I,,' t 4.,i :,'. !L ,','I'T'-I c.f tit; Sic: i inI i o,,,: to siv thai the laws! are }iilhfullyj I THE FLORIDA' PEMSSPMR.[ I .1
I < thatthose vessels; *hall bo in. prop- jv>-c should. work firfi'itnref e'i i':i ,.u ', w' :.',1 ,' j j.">'j i \. ;.i; tflLJCIi: I' tI1t. the PI'- j f .,cutcdt': 'hl> litizens wer warid! \by pro.
I \ .. fer.eooditiOQ' for any emergency ; and iL is the taii'ls ",i "vviili.lritvn l I.u I 4 _. desirable that the law cee|.ting League ; of tille (c> the l h".J; convened wii! i.h;:! t.uviin .- | :'s rtiiff! .; oj i'.. ;.jj".I; { :. J It i":1: (pnTvhv <:..ti')11 I proceedings. zmtml time proper civil. 1 __ TAMPA. j jS.tTtIILjy
_ .Iflasd lor naval parpoes, whii-h) ; pa &< d the! utiMiKl., ..0i, sti.mmc i on tliM "-,..t.\l ; < f ,"'"'Ir c'a-j.l..r"li')1\ wh!1it her "Mrl mUitnry awl txival i>fSicef/ <> were ,Jirec.' -.1 t.) = -:- = c '
I ;'JIou! e ,of Representatives at Us. Lm f< II ion, I lintof time. Pic'ti,; : ,; liiilru.i.l: hiirc btvn' | l vVlj :i !lie kul-j'-ct Hru ,..l"qua! lo the lake n.(1""rmel,'Ults for the enforcement I J '- Drcomhcraa.-. .- ... -! 1'GG .
t I tbire 'should Imve final ,.ctl.ll1\t '"'. fr'perio \" I |I'r.'....>-.! -tl "i ith uuexunr.li-d: 'i igor; and "u.h .>. pret-ntion or [f'uni 1:1I1"l1t of time criwo\ of i ihe IHWS. /:{he expedition f.iie.l.! 1 1I I - j. ,
1 .. ? nmy hay u !suitable t, c."'.. ..iid! no imfurtNreii eiuo; <.f deUy ihey meditated in the niuclh of April.AS I but it has not l>erii ithoul its painful conM. I
4 -. : public station fur this class of V.SM.!<."1, f cc'ur. it i i" OoiitiJonlly anticipated that Congress is aware, a friendly? .crran. .>iju.\ >nces Si'iue of uur ciluens, ,, lie, it '\
"well YArd'"liOid.UL fur thd this grestthoruug1ihue will Ui complelvdbefore I I'a'i Hileg''d/in the expedition, were captured :
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I ':!: navy ;; I,msn' was macl1..lween l the Ktnporor of I I
6';; Wants of the service on the,Deleware .river i the expiration oftbe rieri.xl tlsst.nMelby ; Fiance and thn 'resilient of the United aiul have been brought to trial for HcapiialoMense
,& The naval I pension! fund amounts to, Congress during the last fiscal ,i States: for the withdrawal from Mexico of in the Province of Canada.Judgement ... ;1'I f
4 .11,: 0OOO. having been increased U,. 'yir.. .1 f r French fXp-Hlitionnry military force*.- {'I ; and *.-"!tlll''i *>f death' have ----- -.---- 'I.-

.. "750,000 during the year, The expenditures Tile nmoant raM to the p n.on'n.:: inclu'ing ) ,1, This withlinwRlw, 10 l 1- ?(T...-t(Hl' in tune pin'nounced! agnnt; ? some, while others I CIU.orJu. f I
of .ibe'department, for the fi' ,,1. yar enlmg ) ts4.. eZlnIe. ...r ilUl-ur-ement! wa detachments the first of which, it urn understood have U-i-ti ni'quittfd.\ Fully: belemng I in The following: Ediloriat hare been preparod < :
? Hud the estimate ,for the coming year d.-d lo the! jwn-iou ,toll. Tim entire nnm- i past, the second in March next, an<]'the the sevciity of civil pun ;llIncJt, for misguided week by the President's! Message, will appear :: t If
amounts to $23.263,430. AI ten lion' i U invited |w-r .>f j""nMoner*, Jun 30, I860, was 120.722 .- !i'I' third and l lestin November 1867. i'mmc- persons: who hve .nt.a(1: in revo. in Milwequent iuuel. "Is there no. (
I '- ; to the condition .r our seamen an-l Thin f, rt futniilit. melani-hfly ndl I II ,1.aii-ly the vompletion. cf the''evacuv, Juiionary :attempt which have ''l.s.\'foul help ?" "' ;.nrTrI SpKAorE," his visit to f
;%_ the importance of ,lative.iiieaur:' for .,i I s'rikiog proof of lh>! "*acl5fi 'f mid! to in ti.m. tlie'upon French! Government, W3'to as- failed, ill un'our.il AII.1 l imwis., stieh.repr--- ,I I Tampn ; public rvceptu-n itc., "The New I t
m 4iitI.itIItQfltl ,. !\"nttti"D have 1..-"" made to the lliitj.liGovcitmifiit. York Herald." Phofiv.I .
: 4 their relief and improvement.. Tji suggeitions c1i"llt Ih. : : ;mULlJmiIJ ,( ll.d Mime ih. same altitude of non-iitiervcnt'on "A-nbroiype, t
: ., in behalf of thi cl -:ring dss! F.dcial GoveriitnVtit, to iriHiittahi: ; inviolate 'i I in r.*:jird to llxiN\; is.h'-Id bv the TJovf in behnlfof I convicted pers : J"I graphs, JL-e. ."The Tallahawe Stnti'nel f j .
i of our fellow ril'izen:IIS earnestly remiti the' intt'..ria':, of th<. LTui,>". Tiicv-- j j "rmmnnt th.. ,lTnifp-j'! Sit f'C. Ilfpcxt'-d: i ">ns, and l-.iu *n-tainiid bv an c-i.lijjhltd;; [ and outh! FIoiMa." "')J:1II'to; Tamp\- ey. : 4i
: I mended to toe favorable alttnliou of Con impo- fli'iII tit rorrrpoi.ding'( ; oJ'iiuiiUi.. -.IIrmc.t'I have bei-n'civeii. l Icy thit Emperor :I ,awl. huiimif. jndgxmeni will.!, i h,_U .\how| >d, I 'Tl'<> -''nlra t." Northeiri men in the 't
greM. ; It. h e-tinmfr'1 1 thAt f03.000.000' mU I... t-iflOe;} thil r""luo'ut that: he would i iriiiiipVtt iiilu.-e in timelY rase an exni: -eof cleiimn- I j! South.! t !
Tlie/eport df tt.* Itm'Ver C, ri..rnl: 'qird to), nWet tin *xivjncics: : of lid" I It. : ; llie promicd; (,\'nculli"'niI11 "n cy\II.ll\jl.l'Jidoll amnt._tv m to all ho were I -....- _;_ r
present! ajmwt MtVfvtory) condilion.uf.tf.e : t. .tnd!, of 'the &'rvit-e daring the u.:xi fi.mI l 11; llt tinit; nrittioni'ii' or sooner. It \\t, I fii:':n;;;..-.!. in th. movemt-nt. Counsel has I To ollr Icnd'rs. !:
rervice.and ,ut .nii roc-immeii-lH- if12..1 U-i-i. !'> 'hlly the Government to : 1Itltn time!
; ? ;t -ver. rensrtriHUJv_ I "'ct'fl: I ihnl} the I'loC'h-' emp Jc:1 Expecting on Steamer V rrn'lt
tion which dew-rres the roti-Menitiuo. of t Trcallc-sluv. be"n ncltide-l! with tintItnltHH' I thus ti>i>l;''inilved| would producn} a rrim r..II.i the cittztn of the United StntM (Ins week fur Middle? 1"13. we shall beabfcenl
Congrief*.. The rrvenne-mf the IVr-pnriineni who fi! -lc.l into Hrmcil piiooii''t: i .>f 2'Oili! ..;,l U t'r.1. in them -publio! trial! for rapit..l yinisfuiKTil! in Cmnd.i.and (HIm our pOS! perbsp; ., for several
for'the"}liA' ending J lAM 3, 1 SM. were I lo our. 0: jvcriiiiH-nt xt I the outirtst.4 i lliemilled Mexico., Th newly appointed) Minister! | a diM'ontinuanceof the j-ro..cculions which i w tk1'ut having; now n large file of Excbni'ges -
*I4,386. )8t the United jStntes j on hand. a.friend. will rnk. am-
of the, Uitcr of to mr mithnnty and ;mn'rsi.L.--l i ; ng-tinst; tlr>e who tn..k in the selections from lhm? /"
showing an. exce : antamest the Ohm. .I!hV, of November last: to A. lIme pan pa for our co'umns! ,
$ 63.0g3. In anticipalioo of ihi dc&iiency ; desire for a rOlhw.tl! of friendly ri>- j his proper lunelion Minister, penproton.tit. expedition has been directed. H-gvdin: :; I till our return which w* hope) will prove
however, a vpeeial appropriation wa' lalions. Paring; theycir ending Septumber'HOlh II .y flT ih- United! States to that | the expc-ditivn as not only political in its i i HS interesting and profitable and pethar .
made by CongreM in the art approved July I 1860( 8710j'.V.enU .fjr useful inventions j li<,. II wa ,,1m thought ('( '.H\UL-\\ nature, but ns ako! in a great measure for. ;more r.o. than any ihiiig which we rnuM! !
28, 1866. inc'uding: the *iaodiBg; appro- and deigns. were LcuJ.nul) at i I be should he attended on time eig'i to the United Sta'.-* in lieu 'furni h them from our own pen. Any
).r'uliou of7,000,000 for free.mail matter that date the 'h.nlancejn the treasury to the Mexico by I\\f\ I.iiutnf General of the I cbarncler and objects that it was UU4t'1 t thing; which \\1", may IK able/ to gtm tier up,
a* gitimAte portion of revenue yet remaining credil of the. {talent fund -vas $2S: ; army of tin Unittd Stale, with tho} ti ie\\ sticiem I! 16 lie made' .in Jmp"ttIYifh during our tmfe'l, thtl might VtOWI of in. .
un.iptnded, th* actual deficiency As a !sul-j>cl upon \\"hidl.df"'II.ls W7.-1 of i.11 imI tmifl:r su-'li i"fnrroa1i..u as m.i ht "'Jr 'enl (party: in IrelamJ an J h! striking: at | t..rE'.t lo our render, we will lay In-fore .
.{..r the past year is only $205,033. a KU'u m I witbin51tU' the am vjtit e,ilioite I of ihi "Ollntr\ recommend to I tesijufd! ; to aid in. obtaining redres torp' I .
(i mmerce p1niuI..l [bv the United 8i<.tes in r. -<'tab I Ili : J we hope'correspfLdents! will s :nd in theirproductions '
eL'!!! in the annual report of 18C4. The d.I .*- C.)ngies4: such 1 legislation} l as imy be nee* :. iinj and mainlHining; -ci"-qrv ami<!itic.cl l grievanccs.-which it was assumed I I I 'with which ta interest our ,
.create ofrecenueoomparedwiththe previon cary for the pn"ervation of the levees o.. I'r'.p'! ,; I,,tem coil n.e with the ]lii-jiuMic I of |'the people of.Ireland.. have !suffered: lit the re.idcrs'd'iring O'ir absent'e : by the way.we ,
f' year was 1 1 5 per cent, and the, Lime Missi"sijipi river. Ilis mailer of. u 1- t ttionnl Mexico. I )"?"i'ly invri.su-d) iu the t-ause I handof tlm !IIr rilii>li (;-rr.ment during a I ran promise! them 1idl treat in our I
crease of expenditures owing; principally hl-1 impojtauce that early Mtpn should j of liberty ...1.1': hum; -inity it Deemed an 1w. \ j eri-nl of several centuries. The persons I ntxt :.ssue from the pen of a well known .J
enlargement of the raa'd service in the S be lakenxnot only to add to the ttBciency! i p rnlive i'ulv' io our p.irl lo exercise what i engaged in it were chiefly natives of that I and much admired correspondent! upon .
12 cent. On 30th.of June la..t of these Imrriers against destruction ]and ; country, some of whom bad ,voted wine ;
per ev-r it.llu:; n"e wo Wit}* pos-css\ for the restoration I j thosnljiclof a late vi-it to UURnnllI !. ;- ,
were in operation C930 mail routes! with I. inundation, bill for the removal of all obstructions :&aJ.r"I| <4I1.t. u'tabihmcnt! in that I I I had not becomo citizens of the United 1!I its I *cetiery. manners, customs & '. As we" ;
an aggregate; length: of 189,921 miles : an to id* fiee an.l 1 ,n(e nJlVi ;t1 ion coux: ry of a dunifsiic.and republican form''[ Plates under otirgenerril: naturalization: laws, j lire now huMing; our 1 lattL conversation with (
aggregate annual! transportation of 71,837I of that great' channel of trade and c m'l .of ('Te-rtreumt. :S'uch'was; the condition.of i I Just as! great\ rvn agitation now "prevails in our readers for the year I860 we wish 'F
814i mile and an aggregate annual coct!.j' uerce. Thi, District (;.Columbia\ I Ii i affiir* in reg; uJ t.) Mexico whenon time I Ireland, that the Hrtlith have deemed} it thrin all a pleasmt and. a merry Christ-
I aU expendiure*, $ existing laws is not entitled to that I I I''ur'y to fn 'l tho writ ,.( Jmlfn _
1.kc including 8t,101.8tO.1 i n-pre 22.1 of =N'ovemr: !hst, otlioial information |: peii fII"e. with nil it inno('(- l. convivial, hoiliday -
The of railroad routes is 32.093! senlation in the Nntiooal Councils, which in the TIiCAo demonstrH. ; ... '
I -Ct: .. length I I WHS receiv*.] from 1'Hrc thai the Emperor j i COrp'lll country enjoyments followed by happy new -
.' miles, and the annual' transportation 30,. i from our earliest history has I beep uniformly ,, of FrICIII'11.1\ defi-nuin.-d I, OMielinie.. before .I lions must n cesaaiily! : modify the opinion year : .\. I). 18C7.o "1I \
609,467 miles ; the length of'ltumho" i iI Nccord to each territory, and established i 1 not lo wiilrlr.j-.v etachmnt! : of his forces I which we m'ght otherwise have entertaini i I .... v- I I -- ,!
rout is 14,340 mile, and the annual trans- from time to time whhinour lim I Iita. [fin t the innnlh ,,f November, according to i in- reg-ud; to an expnlilion: expressly.. I \ Paper next Week. # .
portion u 3,411,9 miles. The mail service It inaintnins poculmr relations to I j a;.:r..O'm<-II'. hut (,hi: *. (ihi.. tlei-i-sion; was mnde t prohibitwl-by our neutrally Inwi and so I There will lee no paper} issued during .
-. : ; is rapidly increasing throughout the Congress, to whom the Constitution: has \ with the purpose ofjvUh-rawing! the who! !*'I long ns tliosf laws remain on Oil r .statute Christmas werk. rxcjit' an adveit'semeiiti .
:,' .' : wholenntry, and its steady extension in :granted the power of exercising exclusive Ii I of tho,,e fiireji in "tlie ri-s.ii!ig; bImmiis.| ; (Of{i I bokc they should: be faithtuilv executed ; i I !sheet.. Surrly if any 'c'J\\! ofindividn- .,,- :1 J p?;;
t. 1 Sou them.Slate*.indicates their constantly. I 'legislation: : over 'the seat of Government. : this detpruni ut 1'.it. the United) S'ate:* had : :'"tl'C; they- opeme h"r.hlv.- tiiiiust.lv.' Congress i aTm l is entitled' to "Chrifcinm Holvdsrk"' : it i- :
1" improving condition "llie growing intercourse ] Our lei low citizens rcsulmg* in. the Lmlnc', hot recchvd. any notice or ilutitflitlofl.the AS nlonecan apply the rt'rud l.y: their i !* the printer. From tau! first of January I ':
s : '.' "C of foreign service also, merhA alien-!< 'I\.11O'4J interests are thus coofiJe l to the iufoflnliol'lVa': received by the GoveiniiH'iil.oiire j mo>!;iiatii>n. I to the hst of It.cnlwr.wiiek' aft r I
& e -' tion. PostofSce'Deparlruent: GrPllt- i iItrilian I "Pe.l .uarai &n"hip'( Congres! *, excerd \v.i -t.iken to iinke! known iils.tU i Our p5tK''d! nnd! commercial interests,;:,week mitts! il.iv after day, h.. toils or the ?
: ." and ,oar own, have agreed upon a in number life j 1"op'iUt5on! of verHlof our ''ent to tha Emp-ror nf Fiace. I are not unlikely to I lie :tff te-l in some, ileree -"' public. ]I'd II\I.; | ... no profession in life requires J .1 I
4;* preliminary basis fur a new postal contract : err".lorip'l. and n.) jisl reason is j perceived canno' forego time ln.jm lb '- which. it is believed: will prove eminently i! why, a de'egHtc'of! ; their choice: liO'iId not siJer the I"u\j..ct\ Itn.1 l ali"I'1.i j !''-ttie measure: iu m ihe e.nstern regions of Europ", !tend the than that of the printer Tie c.l.moaxirn !i. .
w& b nrfi.ialto the commercial interests of be ;a-tmitted lo a *<'"t. one in the Hu'.ise! of rative! to the evacuation of Mexico tlmt t time 'flerntl( i have come wlit-rt 9; tir C GAerniinriit :\. I : holds emphatically pood with \M-.. .... ,
"; the' ;United States, in as mach ns it contemplates I i I IIej>.re entative: ''. :Xo niOil f-enns so np- will confuim as nearly *s prnctU-n! with : on!.;ht to have a proper diploma! I IIi. "Tune lost can'l be redeemed." there**
I-: a reduction of letter postage toI propri.iteand tffeetuul of enabling. ; them to : time .-xi the also a reduction make known their! coti'Iition mid : ert.m.-rit his clnimtxl! 1 for all cede then the !
i 4fc one half! exitinrate j 1oE'cuhr: the first cxfM-ctHtions of United 1 :'titet.- : : [' -r. nns not graceous boon of a -
: : of postage with olher countries and from ',I trauls for.serving the loyul }legislation adapted Paporsf relsitinsj to time subject will l hot Uidbvfura : convicted, or acni&ed. or.fu-pected ofcrime !' vdayrest" once a }'ear.
which correspondence''is' 'transmitted' in' to them. 1 th refora reiommend! the jI i VOII. It is lie"t.1Iut.. with ill in n!."o'iite political 1 right;: of lf-expatria- ------ ---- ---
.' i. British! mails or enclosed by mail through ,I p-is-.agH of a taw authorizing: th j electors evacuationtof Mexico by the espcditinaty: i tiyii ar..l\ a rhoiee of new. nation! alUgiaue. wr,
?-r' tue. united V>ng V*' i reso0ble charge for the sea and terrUoml: d J<>!egst<>, to be allowed I the same: rights and between Frano* und! time Uoi'.etl :-fa!<-s wi'l:! d 1"r'II.I-.1 from)lhi* principle ; have claim MAnJUID-At: the residence Vfe bride ::7ta1 \
transit of correspondence enclos mails, a H delegate s"*iit5ng TtrHtory. : .1 Imoli! wch of their ,
privilege ri-pr : a remain. The .-xjiivkf.on ftht..> EmrM-tor t' ; suJ-jwts! as have father; near the Alafia, OD' inst ?
and allowinoe to each post office departtneol lime imrre'i'-in <-Atepr":*< and ; J'tlt .vid been naturalized jHStb .
i-- : lap arid |ptee! "f FriiKu \\Mtt a boji" ihl immigrated; in the (by lisa I Ikv. J. M. IIATMIi Ir. Gtoaoi \ I
T ::: of the" right to use all mail communication : j id progr-"> of impr'\' Ir.lnt in the .listuii i tin tJa 1.t'II'\1: \ fl f \ 6 ... '. Th" r'port'ot the Secretary of :i IIIf> J highly gratifying au.l I tiu-t dint tut.J .. cor,triv..s tn;j hl i h tIts t CHVJ IN rt-newcd vicitt'timeir native country ,'to the psrforininc As there few 'if it
:: '. the Interior exhibits the condition of thos efforts-of the mnnjiripal! aath >riti, ... to j pro. ; and) permatiliy 't-ston-d a claim of n citizen j of military mervkein. like mana the world, to acyyoung men dlT. L.,_ .
branches of public service-1.802.526 ; mote the pro prity I of th*' n',linlltl metropolis I of ih*. Uniled ,8)Ill.., for indemnity for ] ;jer as reM lent !Mibjtcts. Complaint< aris-! attached, than and ) '
,. ',.0' 4 i.. acres of land w re entered' under the Homestead I ] will receive- the t-fS-sient and generous spolition commi ted on the high t'us.l.J'''ing; from the claim in this recpect made ns we know whumlore of, the _.
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< '. \: Act. The policy originally adoptedrelative co-operation of CvtJ6reiT -. by foreign StnU-s, have heretofore been ; 44 e
i: the French authorities in the exercise of a I family into weca* t _
--1: i: to public l lands, has unlergone esmodificaUuDf. e report of the, Commissioner of Agriculture i matters of controversy between the United but heavens .'-/ .

i ; .'- : : ,. ", : sattti&I.-. .. : Moderate revenueand reviews the, operations his de- bcll'gMcnypower against Mexico,has been I i States and some of the European pow'ers, J I the uni pray D. ofcesl- blessings upoB jf." I .

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SOLD at'public'auetion.. to tJi" A.;::cLA .1 "'I ,. '
1 :- a ; : IVt'jiijft&etad. direct'tram New :Tori'Ueneial.Assortment / ,',
: IT highest bidder; on2Ioud y, "1st J"nulry :
aJE !r 18C7. by 'order of the Probate Court of Polk H forming a comple.STOCK I ,

County, last. the residence of S. P. '?miih aull a." ;.
Forfeited Internal Improvement late of said County, deceased, the following NEW r ,. v t ,..

and.Swamp Land. described laadto-ait: j, OF GOODSr. ,,"
pore Kasen of the -2'hq plantation together with all its improvement 1c V- articles ,
.THE following described ia of tLefollowiDir .
J <11 *, on ,.bich ,th. deceased lived at pail. "(iT.
bt'oaJin .
meat land hating failed loternal bond >TP.J *- ,the time of bit death being the S half of theN G-e>>'C>>JDE5: lt ;' : "I
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en for tbe'ci. 4 t. iuta1Jmdlu. said land will gir- E qr. of the N half of the S E qr. of Section t\ '." : R Qil!; ; :.;
be ., 10. Tao South of 23 E. containing lliO.Acrel. .
oft'ertd for salt fttTtU" the State Range ra' ; -I' '
S I. Land Land Oflt .. Such ai ,
**lee. OD the of ;
day day r..1i.'o Es
lIartb 1Iex, at'tb_ri.oft.ha ALSO, 1 -- '
said bond with purcbuersuulelt. An interest in known the ,"IT ill Print*, .' .( k-: f 9F.fin
interest and eat ol advertise.went 2SJ: acres as Gingham.*. "; ..
are raid before that.day: place" being' the S W half of the S; Vf qr ofPee. \ Merino*. 'Ii.' -' I

Ix HZKCAXDO OOCSTT.i 13. and the S E half of the S E qr.- of JUST RECEIVED AM) FOR SALE. p" I.ain.111:4-.. :
set 14. T 29 R 2.8 d t E. .
i *V. W i of S. Eol see. 29. r. 1'1, S. K. 16 Terms mode onown on th. day of sale f 'Ja.">nct: *, Sw is* [fi '
R" E j
.o.IOaer, entered by Ephraim Blitch. flu*linl'ic.Lawne, ,
} The N. W i of N. W i :M. n. T. 18, 8.. R. Irish Linen l&arec'S& 5t '"
\\f 17, E, 40.14 SJJlin, AJroVx Handkerchiefs *'An 'l
1. acrea, entered by Ephrnim Biitch. A General Assortment Silk : ; "? 1
N.Eiof8.WjKec.ST. 19! S.. It. I. Dee. 22' 1868. 8.w. cliieckTie.F.rlgeingtiln! It It i
1:., ".IS acre, entered by Daniel Edward" .trtion!". 1"elvrtafiim! 'Trim r n'; y

The N. E J of 8. E. J See S8. ;T. 20,S,K. 17 Notice. niing*, birtingt.l"heehn!;!\ A
j E. /err.eoteredbyjameriA.! CONSISTING IN PART OF '
Alexander. has been & Unbleac.i .
T that the
1 *hereby given undersigned
The 1\. E |of X. K.'l See. 2V: T. Yu, S., U J. appointed by the Hon. Probate Court lor Marlboro .t: IHokory StrmcTicking. :> r ..
17.H, 4a05 acre*, entered by James A. Alex Monroe County Adininutratrix of the estate en Check Scotch 1'laid e a '
nder. of James late of laid county I1'3Jer Ow.im<4M. Flannel' *,Punnet r
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The S} of Lot No. 4, of lee 4 and the S. E } .deceased. AlfpSraons having claims de-. DRY GOODS UalmoraU J. l arf'l). blonl., Ladies U lto Button., ((1
.ofNEandliEofS.Eaec.S.T,21.S.IL.: A.OO skrt; \ Ladies and GentlemanV k
17. E 1S .!0 acre, entered by J A. AlexanOer msndsagainst said estate are hereby notified Ito .ry! jloVes, Collars,. 1 tOt'!te. \!sShoes. I,
toreaeottheaamewithin from the .. hate .tc..
twoyear' | '
I a 'ie+ea j. i 0y| H hOf'I'! A lIat.*,- I.
i, The S. \V J of S. W J lec. 17, and the S. E iof 'twelfthdavof December, A. I> 186C, or the SUCH Coats!. l'antsvrJndertver&LBahirti) .. .t I 'It
; S. E i see,18, T. 21, s.. R. 17, E., 79.31 same will forever afterward be barred. -' I 1
acre, entcred by Samuel U. Frkraon.lieS.EofS.Kice,31T.tlSIL. MARY B. CLAPP, AdmVr.U CALICOES ,, GIXGHAMS. : 1

1 17 ., G.TI.ASTZ.' At(,: Saddles) Bridle. L. nait<,r*. Mnrtin- .- _

.. LandibeWcftbeN.WandNW 1 of IIICKORY, UiniOXS? I gnleS Girth*. Stlr'I!t, Bruce j. .xit.. I
j 1 t;. W i sec a, and the E j of 1\. E} and N. E, can .spurs, Horse ", _
nars fit fir
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i of S E } aec. 6. and the S. E J of N. W J and ST R' STrR.Yo ? !
N E i *f S. W 1'* 0, T. 22, I r i? e.3Co cl -.. Q. \ .... JEANS, BLEACHED DOMESTICS, .. mAt % ft\ f' ..

M-00 acre entered by John Pawons. t) t

The a e } of n. J andneof ae } see.7, ---- HEADY.MADE CLOTHING, Pocket t Table Kn'eo Fie.l !, VJtf -- : f Li t "
and the w j of* !. I, T 22. 1'1 1'adi.ocksAeeTraee! : .- .' 1
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TERi can he had at'the'2ottnx: rAnNGAYnDnrkISGSAWon"euuked ( I > t1 }
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1(0 9&-00) acre, entered' by Juhu Parsons.11.ehalf Ol' FACTORY THREAD, \ / t
or raw, at k Tack .
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of a i Mid n w J of* e J h-t:.S3: t m:
huurs. '
T 17, rile.. 120 ..00 SHOES BOOTS Knives, IIatchrt*. GLg .- t'
s % acre., eutcied by II. ALRURV, 5 ":' '
Cap"{ Fry 1'an*. Tea "
William "
Curry Jr. '
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I'roprietor.Dee.,10'GG. J\t."ltJoI'lrOh ', ;
Tb Del of oeqr ee. 13 T 21, a r 19 e., :89 If.LANDS .: HATS 1. l'ot. 1 !. ; l' .
Lkcttvene'do ,
40 acre, entered by Jaekton L. AI den: : : r'4 f -

'Th_ D half of o eqr kC. 23, T i3; r 19 e.. ... Arc., & .'. Ac.: c-:: r

19 2800 acres entered by Catharine A. P.Etoeluiaa. \ FOR SALE. \\ W : t
Then half of n w qr tee t3. I will ell my country place, 14 mile r.at of I Tub, l'il? n., Cburra, Sieve'Uroom*. nr"t(." ; ;
70 80-00 acre, entered by Calhatin A. P. 1'JtWt.| which cons*?. of Two Unndred GROCERIES Hound! Toy, Flour AWII IncketS: IIor '\. r J I.' ;
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acre of first claw Pine Land fifty acres un- IlrusluA I
Faoelman. ; [ combxe ]Helve Ac. ," II. t
dtr fence and ha l been cultivated.: Good log L
The w half of n w qr and w half of. w qr. it: ,

we. 24, T 25 a r IV, e, lit 5:: -OU acre, entered double-pen*, with dwelling a good and well all of nece water* ary mauy-outbuilding CORN PORK, ]1A1(IK SUGAR, TEA .ICE:._SOAP< _STARCH, ..... ,.r> WD: r"\t: ': '. i l', :' i

1>-T Allen Le"i.. fruit tret* Ac. Alo, SODA HARD BKEAD, CRACKKRS VI.ES, KEKOSENE.OIL. 'f-\.., .
TheS E qr. of X E qr. ee. S6.: T 24. Sit 19. A :. SARDINES CHEESE:, PEPPER, (JINGKR Pan, Pai:*, Pla1o!!; Buckets: cup, coffeepot+, ;: :. 1 t
Complete Printing Press
H, <. entered JohiOteNeill.The ,
62 08- ni acre* by Dipper,
K W qr. of N E: qr. ec. 36 T 24, S It i Type *c.. all rt'1lJto go to work. \ MUSTARD, RAISINS, ALMONDS CANDY 7c,i ;t--J t \

10 E, 40 acres, entered by) John McNeill. "for Particulars"enquire of PICKLES, BOLOGNA SAUSAGES, EARTHENWARE &c. /: 1 ,J
\ TheN E qr of X W qr*oc: I-',T 2&, S It 1'... JAMES :\f( .AYSr. DRIED: APPLES PEACHES: pjn! *> -Ten I5rcatfa );.. :91I'-Ou acre*, entered by I. J. MeU-od. Tampa,oC.Sth 33 tf.|. SMOKING &ClIF:1TINGTOIIACCO Tea A ('.utre.et ,.llowl} Platter Pitcher: .'.\' .. j :
TI.eE wf S E T .-; U 13 Ac Ola. ,. e .1, I '
I qr qr ree. 23, 24. -- : wnre-Tumbler) *. (;Joliblfts :- e+
1 E, 89 77-00 acre entered by Samuel B. Cold- GARDEN :Syrup Pitchers, Silt nu.ra. A ."" ,. .., ::t ,'". .
: lug.The JUST ARRIVED : SEED, '-era+ene Lamp ." ..:,.+ e
X "W qr of S E qr ee. 8. T 23. S R 20 &c., Arc.CROCKERY. ,'; ar .
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E. James __;
.4001:00 rtes, .ntn.y Ham. jr ) ,1
I The S E q cf :S E qr*.c.S:'a.., T 24, S RaoE. AT '" .. G110CEIIIES.ackers. ,: i" ."" ....
,. ,40 Il-Ort acre. ei>t..rrd by.Jlorj an )lrt:.4l. Jr Ate a 2i IiiLv; L.=iw 1 ;

The i W ol 5T 28.T 24. ti It 20 : ., .,.
qr .
grice. .
& CO'S '
L.4 .(JU J acre, entered by W w. W. Will I jp :rJl' :l"l, ;10s / Cheese-! Pilot Drca'l: DullerRii-! -f/- \

liesi, _. r son, Almonds, Pecans. Candy, Soda, 4 %'I" -: a 'j>

1 :ire S E qr or sw 'q", -.e. 33.T 2S Ro.E. A MEW kTWK or Pickles, Mn tarcl Pepper, Spice, ?';? :*, '. t :..
., 40 acre., entered by Robert' II. Parker, ; : \ Tea 4t '. a '.
Flour .
Sao r, Soap, Can- w4 4
*h. 8 Eqr of 8 E 411', .ec. 2.T 2C, S R?2E.O ., clle t ..;. JJ: : 1'.' t -
entered T. II. AlbrittenIK Bacon, lat..JleSmc.kirig & ; .
19OO acre by POCKET KNIVES, ; 1
Chewing Tobncco. & \""., .-. .. .. _
IIituaoaoixiB Corerr.E Lard, PERCUSSION: CAPS, TABLE KNIVES, : Kuosene ,.fK )' ..: l ,"j.i! .1' ...
J! 1e8Wqrof Eqr.ee..18T31Slt 17 POWDER, COMBS, "
Sugar, ; _. ', '
-o- \ \ 6 t
4 aetea. entered by ": fiiior.; TI\WAIm, Afcn '. .
\ E half of S W qr. we. S3, T27 5R20EaltbeSEgrofNWgrsec.4T28. Coffee, LEAD BUCKETS -Perfumprj, Cosmetics!, C.omt S- .

: S 11 Syrup tc. Brtislics, Pens, P.ipr & Ink, and '_ t', :. #'. I t
20 E, 120 Ofi-00 aere., entered by Bell andGrant -.) {4f. '-.', d ,. I
Hams varinuv" other
1 -ALSO- a. t : \' "
TbS lec:9 TV S R 20 E., ( .
E qr of X E qr Cheesa Having just l '" (
opened our Stock '
we Me -
40 act entered br William Bowman. .
rh. W of S Eqra 86, T 25 Sit 22! Crackers ppnreil! to sell at as low price* all ;0cis \ T.-.
OF SADDLES AND BRIDLES. fun l Joe t' ljtin. ..
E-. 4t MX acre, entered by Jam.* M. liarrel. Raisins on; the place. Our Term ?,- ii .. .f
;. art OASII or Country Prodnre. Cull ; .
Potash ; ; t.
{ b I JIAJUTtt CODn': Cheap for 'nlih, or Country. ProelaeeLto and See for rOlrselrtSmy'.1: Star.ct-o& r"z:;:f' i }...
71>. 1 1\0. J, set 10-T 34, S It 18 F.. Pipes, corner Washington it Marion Strcc-t .. .i

t id 2i 0(,..rea, entered by William II Johnson' Nails, WMOTE: & (CO.( ) Tamp, FT a. :. .':';:'j 11 t '
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HCGU A. CURL1r -:\ Nov.10. ,
of Public l.a.rd.c.1 YeastPcwders 20 tf. I; '
Remitter TA31IM. la, 'J
Gcshen Butte, ,
J. _

j FRIEBEI: Pilot Kerosene Bread: Oil THEo ';

: *TJaa jutt r?ej a Large and. StocV ./ tCy JOTICE "/ J '

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CJip for CAS/I, or Country PrnJnce .ell :
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FAI4 & WINTERid O-t.27.. 27,if f '. : 1
:co- H' Ii*' tiiilor:2nrd:: repectfiZly. inform, thoi ,1 j _r
citizen tit Tumpa; and ! .&.dLm d 1r ;;a1fi3 cll HAVING tllIhE' liA..juKtt"'nc i large and well ai'rtcv' :. 4
WE ,,
G gOO s ARE XO'I'I" : .stock of -tfj: .
I. Or. Monday.. 31ft of December next I will offer I"

for hale, to the highest bidder, in front PARED TO FILL ALL'ORERS; FOR! : ': : ;.
of the court Home, in Uf''Iuk'ilt' I tin ("now.in I I : : :
1 D YI \faGroceries : J
To which 'Inttr the attention of the citi- laod.% belonging to tie) Estate of John Mcuci :. I \ ,S' .. .
sen of Tamfeodthe surrounding Country.lie ) !, late of oaij eonntv, .'..c'.l, to-wil i

i t flatter hell th\t he made u good! a *election. H. E. J of the S. K.: f. and S. E. } ofS.W. }. .

and -leU a.cheap for Cah. a" theI (Feat section, U, Township :22 South of Range IV, PLAIN AND FA1YPRZNTI t. ,I. r" {

I ch ap *t. According to an order of the Probate court : .

Hit Irk lOBiiitsof of aid county for the payments of debts and : ;'l :
expenses of said E!.tat .r- ;

TAPLE Terms! mad known on'dar .Jf'! HARDWARE, "' ,: .1 > ..i ; i\\ '

ULLSHAA. HIM Sheriff. : ;
.. 4.NCY DRY ,
and ex-ofTco a lm r. .', : i .
.. 005, ROCER- X remWr 17.' ISfcA.: Srt4w.N'otioe I G CROCKERY-WAHE; ,; :' .. .
1UES.,. now Alt f;; -- -

CHOCKI', CHINA -AND lc&.clL! J ftEt1rJl'1J' 3 t (flu.) BOOTS AND SHOES i \

hereby siren, that pursuant to the 4 :
& 'CAlREAUV-MADE CLOTHlKG.FHpuEMIUM -!I of the Probate Court of II iIJ l\t. I Roady Mado Clothing, &c. 1 -. Ii, > '

PLOWS, ouch County, in the| State of .Florida I will .""" .. .

.JJUOOUSAiXTED PAILS, I ell at pnUlic anclion. at 10 o'clock A. M., before 'Whichtwillse1lIowforCHith.. .J: / ; it 1 T
Tiirman .. ,
the House in the of .
city Tampa ?
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on Monday 3ht Jaof I>erembvr, 166. to \ 1\\ .
rr..Al\PAXXEU, the higher! bidder for en'h,th. /following! real N"(If., 17. SO tf. >. > .,

STAJ4 & PLANS property of the estate of Simon Tnrmnn. Pr, MARRIAGE LICENSE, ;i' "\:t. II .
D TINSTOVljcnOOL-- d c'd, 1 late cube county 'and State aforesaid, r I. at; .1 .
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r I P.KCF.IVKD.: perhr.. 'Sa- J I
nit ":4
t E S, : BLANK SUBPOENAS; .. rilh llolen," direct from :New\ York, nnd ,.r. ti .
COING It <4< and .1, of Block 62, in the City of fer for rnlr! nt tlicld, tltnu.! of )KistFPT A:: l ::1'. :.. .
Tampa, as General Map r II UI1'U, f.> r : ::1 ,
per BL.aNKfECEIPTS, r ;)"Il ollll'I :i small, well Iii- "' a
Lot 1. sir.6. d X. 'W. { of 1\. w. } 5(<'. 5 FOlteJ mock of f I \:

w nOOKS, nOXERY, T. 30 R. Is, S: do F. '. ; I .-M'" ."f

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'AIN\ N D11c. 16. T. 29. Jt. 1 V.8. d; E.N.ofN.W.aee14.T.29:. r ST.17'IOXBln., c.7'1: .J;

.. R.2oSaF.. hKRYt SCHOOL {;-.OOA.S, .t.-
X.E.:: & of X.E.. }. 15, LIXKS & TH' ". \
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SI i "IS ,
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und l lM tndc&taral S.eds (
a1, I I] I .
4 and & (the Turroan House,) is the 4ICCO.A.JJ/.IXTIXE! ;" ':. :1't + ...
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a most desirable residence in Tampa: well *Laded C.IXlJLS. PBllF-' '
P of Fiture i ". ;t' I
; bv )lull.ctranJ other fr'uitTre.a fitu.v .JfBRrJ/.ITCIl. '
ted the hichrst ground in the city is ALSO .. :.j.. ,, :" ,
?9nt0 riamine his on near ES, ,C',=.. : "
cl the river and commands the \'icor a be'antifal '- .
$Poit tit' r liDt hot Guns, dc.cf .
expan of water extending: to the southward _'
1 /oirdfr, (Le. as Ur a* the eye ran reach. Blanks of all Descriptions the qnnlity an-t price which will please- :
ew4fln it Ur adrantage to I will also sell, at the name time and place, (;h'cancuI'n1l'H'" .. _
',1 n ly stock: ,urc:1l..ing else the personal property of the said Il.tate and PflOSKL'X. .. '
so dIr i wi\.l1 for C../the lowest marRbe that of Mrs. Abijah Turman also deceased :September:: 1st., ',;.\ 10-tf. '- ''.' 1 1AMOSTItt f'! ", t,

? Celt Sa1. ai.ll Profit. The late of saidconntr and, State aforesaid a* pr. .j : ).
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I :
Teems 'ash.
tit lw't'11\art price Psr all kind.of Inventories.' ( S events 'wanted! for a.r .' .:
\tgh JOAN DARLING, Adm'r .WORK MUST BE PAID I :'U tntirtynr,,. o't;-lrs \ t A-Mre ;
Puce. ZF ALL FOR ON DELIVERY :< out. .. '
CJdtry De bonis non; <'iimbn.Turtij1J.: Sr O. TfiAHEY. City Building lrfld forJ. Me

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.iY $AM, C. CRAFT.. "TA3IPA I I LA. DECEMBER, [] 22/1866. ,

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:! V1t1FLOll1fliPEMMUUR.: PRESIDEtT'S: \ ators and Representatives from other States law' are enforced by a vigilant and faith ollowed Lpt h ere J love and T 1 g a*i't'f'I( be* j* :,

i :, whore inhabitants with those of Tennessee f ul Congress ; each house is. made the voluntarily receded from tbe ewes,of pQt, i ,
-_,--:---r. ... :. :-:: =:::.:::! : Felbie-Citizeni-"f the had engaged in the. rebellion. Ten'States, judge of; the elections, utllrni and) qualifications } he.life. To keep all thingewithia jb* pla R \

'..'. &L'tq :, L Lit ..,;\ft"l'.JJy.T1 : dY cf /fto tire,* :' more thin one fourth of{ tho wholo number of its own member, and may, with of bur Constitutional powers, .and.cbexish.(, +,,., ',
os. K. 5P,..KCES.53 Alter H I ricf: interval the I remain without, repre' en'aion: the seats of the concurrence of two,thirds, expel a the Federal Union as the QUI,"".? to fe->:, V ''" '+ I

-- --: .. = .I!' United States! < resume* !ltoJ l fifty members !in tho House of Hpresentas l member. When a Senator or Representative ty, were! prescribed by Jefferfconju> $rules o(.. .
'..:oTetms,' : .'auiiU'i, *- >1,50 fur six S,1.orA. An Mil-xisn and I live and of twenty members in the 'presents bis certificate ot election, he action ; to--endear 1 lo bis'oun"ym\ } Q the,, l
tnuu:1. 1-- j jf I I hatMbHled: 'ilie.p'-'tilence 1 j jthun are yet vacant, not by their} own senat"l I taunt be admitted or rejected ; or should) true principle,of the Constitution,and promote <' "
<, .. I+ s, Uat ing'i its: f" not by a mature reflection, but by i (here be any question as to his eligibility; a union of sentiment and! action equally .. t Ds;
ttVTS. )
( II I some jiortionsof our tuUMr fucal l of Congress to m-cepi[ their credentials. his i: cWdentials may !be referred for investigation I auspicious to their h1\ppinu1ll'od safety. :,i '..
square ((12 bieiitr. U.c ) .or !Sew fur. rb'r, trpnq'jlMiy!:[: Ant! cuil! : Their admission, it !is. believed ]I 'lo the appropriate committee.! If J.kllOli held! 'that the action of the: Geruir. 't 1
f 1 50I" .
.t:fir'coch kuU-\ .-queat iu u7liou. 73 hewn f""rlllal' III.llIrcllo ', would !have Hf ompis.hed! much toward the '. admitted t to, a root it must! Im upon[ idence. ] al Government should J always: be Geller!". o.: } 1 ,
.,, Li44it: IIj ". .i Jxol Kulice4 will b. iLiu-,o'l...at I 111h.le: of -ibo United S:! removal of and :slrtiigtlienSng: of our rela-l! ![ sali,factory to the house of which he becomes confined to the sphere of its approprikta i J.', ...:,
.tI.I..f\Iu, \; 'ii'j 1 rattii: : ... I ihu $tails civil authority lions as one people: and remove 1 member, that ha pov' es therequisite duties, and justly and forcibly i urged that !i V t
-V ..Arpi,.lOon! <.ntiou or Letters o.!..' ..u'iawtra= the rOittiuD or Alms, anJ l :cause for discontent.. Ou the part fot'riou"1 I ccnsltutioalalltl K-fia! qu,,' S.a. our Governmental: ml to be, maintained),, .- : \7, t
$a w 1 ;
... t'tie, toAppbca'iou be140rs- ..n. Crrditura;' -, .1) +:++ tfltir'Oluntltry :action are ; + lobar itants of,, those States it would haveaciordtd I: tions. If Lot iterated wLni-s-'ou as n nor oar Union preserved by tnvaeionsif..r; i' '
j far DUnti<4on. 14 (K) Jov..JnlJlent in full..ncurity | i. with the great principle! vnuncia, '! member for wnot of due allegiance to the the'! rights and powers of the several States.t i 1
'. AMu .CtAnttc4 C.ilJitutc! <. 61,00+ ivratiou.[ The t'nf H' II S ted in iho declaration, of American indej < Goeminent, his co'titnenta are aditKnishcd In thus attempting to make our General / V' ti ,
'AJv TticinenU listtJ.;! .,1 ill for i piiWioniion, Writ i i., 1,0 !Lnjfr cl&tiutttd [in : j i peudeni-r, that tio people ought; !o (bear the'I! that' none but par*.on4 loyal to the : Government strong, we make .it wentN.It V !
pecifving 1 the nuniticr, ; of iiiferl i,'iii>. t<> 1>e t'.IOILin&ti"us too powerful I: burden of taxation and! yet t be denied) the United Slates will lx avowed' a voce in I irtie strength! consists. leaving indiridna's } ", "
-' until forM and inIi I : : ,
pnblirhed charpe aei! 'ativecouncis: of and States much possible -' }>,o.t: 1:.
a' 'Jr. L) tie t,0i1.:11)! ,'uU t.f tepres-entation< : ; Sl.-t gi ho nation aD.i i I as! to them "
--- inr t a1! thu i.iuiosititk t-u:< i: shall have at !least ona representative and the! politioil power and moral influence of =t'lrel-in making itself felt not so much : "'-
,: (Gifts.H. war Hie r: ji'd't! xirUin; to I that 110) State ,,1Ialllae deprived: of iUtipri" : Congress: ax thus effectively wterted in the in its power, but in its beneficence-Dot. in '" V 1 \ ; +
t'rOJt5S10aol ; lilohlHII.t'I\! of c:,r i I'""f I suffrage in the S ; :: 111,1\: tlfrets of Iinn : were intended! to secure to every SlLtcud, fidelity} to the'Uni)lI. Upon this question I binding the Slates morn: clo'elyto the,cen "'\.. \ y
.. L. MITCHELL. tn ini.ufu.l l 1:!ctI'Ulitt. to the |I'+-ope! o( yery State, that right of *o vitally! affecting; a the re-toratiou, of the err, but leaving each to move unobstnj'cted '", a #
: Irtiuhof frat5sriMf"i! rrpreentation rash house -of Congress Union, and) the. permciency of our present in iu proper coaaitutioaal'orbi := t
;.&. Y aavtlaiL! sr1 1 !L'V7 I irr>I wi.h'ot' fri patili iir I and! $o important was it deemed by the fra i form of guvernll)- n:, ray) con\vtious; ftrtofore ,. These are the teachings: of'men whose deeds f \' "Q r

a ,__ -f.1'.A): +'A; Fi.I.- will hart. :.("i'o'nl| \lis-hid oar iners! of the Constitution, that eqtitlity of expressed, have undergone no and.services have mails them illustrious, : : r; '"" i ;
I I tionil Ml.k-\ciiitni, wlifit,' :: the States!in the Senile !should preserved, change ; Lilt on t the contr iry, their correctX: :ind who have long Vnc: \ n'itTtJrAwn.folb! ", .'
11 .- .dZCiil4ive to all Lu.iaes: + land: e n ns, uf theuny past KflJ { that not even by un .-r.dmci.t, of the ,ne-s has butt cou1: <(nt.d by r.tI-?cti')11: and thrt scenes of life and have left to their :' I
T I .etwr.o1 luJu" c"r. 1 their il..lnht.i\ I Constitution, can any State, without Jt. rim( ->. If time a.lmision loyal memberto << country the rich legacy of their example I '
-.\vM.Iarter ( i cons ut. be denied a voice in that brain Ii 'ii' seats. iu the ., house of t/ieir t wi..lomnItI.t'ir ,m..1)raw ( .A
.lt alo r : i1a. ,1. Y3th: '66. I-J our ') : &" a rvf, { I repctiv: Con patrioli '
----- -- ----' ,'-_ .-. united! jHjop'c.In I+ f the :*: l on,1 gishlure. It is true it jgrrra,' was ,visar.,1 expedient a year ag->, ing fresh Inspiration from tbeirJrssopslet, ': "
i :r'ii11: coce.r, J. F. llrxi'rnsoIlEiDEllSOS : \ my u.<:-""ge of the 4th '[I has been atned, by stm- that! the exis I, i: la no I lees wi-se and expedient now ; l us emulate! them in' our love ot l" U'utij] 1-; ""
:1S65, CH States was terminated: by the | this :.inomaou! condition; is right n,,wrifJin i I and respect fot tho Constitution: ,and the ; e /"
1 & llE llEn(} } OX; utis which hl.l! been im ?( rebellious acts of their ibahil-tnis: and I i the exact condition of these: Stat!::; at laws >n.-t, .. !I r.'" }
ecutive with a view to the I I that the insuirection+ having boon suppre c<- ipri. "ent, it is i lawful} to ex<:!udo them /fromrepresentation The report of the Secwta! 'y of the Treasury t '.
ration of li! -. States! in ", td they were henceforward to 1 be consid I! I d.> no sag that the/ques affords much information respecting! i i ,
ATTORNEYS: AT, LAW tion occurn-d, to their .. I I Ned -merely conquered tprritory. Tinlegislative. tion will be ch'mged by 'the eftl.it,6Y time: the revenue and commerce of thi country.. !
TAmP A-FLA. 'General Go\'al I Executive and Juiicial Depaiimriits ten : hence If these $ [His views the! with t
.. IUtll nr. Pro years : :ate; rmaiu: a* upon currency, and txf- ... & 1
}! nors hal been appointed, : ;I of the Government hive, however ih-y are, the gages{ of representation: will erence to a proper adjustment of our revenue t
4 Will practice in the Southern and !:aster n ed, Goxt-uiors elected: L.ogi I with great distinct ic ri nd uu'.form: i b., no strong: ; the rigl.t; of exclusion will I system internal as well as impost, are' -, k':! (t'
ixi ult v- >{..a.k.taU. > bled! and Senator and I I'I consistency, refused to ssnction an na"uvp- IM no weaker. The Constitution' of the i comroende I to the carefcil: consideratoi! oC ,; ":'t '
()/' Tampa, May 2Clh, 1866. ,v 5.til ": d., g..n to the Congre.s :, lion K incompitible! h the iture o 1! United Sta ei mkes it / duty of .the Congress.! In my la t nnnuil .m!' snga' I i.t!}
I States Co'uris hadjieen: ] '''I our republican !ytem and l with the piot'cei 1'ieitidcnt to';mlt1on.1 I t /the cooiidcra- expressed! my general views upon these ':. 1 y
\ ,. .. w., IIITC., .A..,,,A,..,Aft,.,..IN....: enforcement i of the faui iUlj f | ul'jects of the war. Throughout. the :ionf C*)ngre '" WHITE: & ALLEW.Jttlorntijj anraihe blockade! had recent legislation of Congress the undeni.i i judge iK'cessary/or expedient. I necessity' of carrying into every departr ..
hoiiM-s I (ble fad makes itself that !I know of mint of the 1 1"cco e l
custom: re estabuh! : uppaient these! no mea-iue more imperative'y de- Government a system .of rigid '' ,
." lei nltl retvna !ryas put in ( ': lrn (j-o'iiiortl udinmuiiitiet are nothing lee c','| man I led by every consideration of national nt"tJilitv. 'Through retrenchment, n I
;. : of !m,. !I I iIi it people! might: C'llilrlhutt ; ,i (ban States: of the Union At the ver) intcre&t!t. sound policy and equd I justice wise economy, with exception\n.tl 1 nor unusual I, ':. i

.< . ..:"A) ):-' V,! al ibvoine ; I po-tal oprralions! I I commencement of the rebellion each Ilausedeclired than: the admissio i /of loyal members from expenditures, the oppressive burdens ,
i n-wed, and etl'vllii't'rt' bon: : with an unanimity a* remaiktblei the now unrepresented: States. This woulJ of taxation can be I lessened by such a modification ;
SoVicUota ip..TAMPA.. Ellu\\", thtIIau thtirfoiiucr C :: it w:is kigiiilii-ant, thai the war was not' consummate the work of restoration : of our revenue laws as will be con '
FUA' a. !I fl..jetl::". Thf Mates ... ,. waged; upon our c"iinlrin' any pirit of would have a "alt salutary influence i in sistent with the public faith and the I logi- t JIf
TTf ILL GI Vl pi-otnpt Attention to all',tuainII ,ukeJ! to take I''art in the oppression, nor for any [purpose of con" ( the re-ectablhment. of peace, 'harmony mate and necessary wants of the Govern .
.., era e+.truMe rptclntrerbt,1866.. JOf.m.LAW isanetioningtheexlioctiunof 1 i : I or interfering with! the rights or ly to renaw'tho confi,lence of the! Amen rv condition of our finances, than one year ,
._ I' very as one of f tl.e1-gilimate | estahli'hrd! iriititulions of those Stat..., Lilt tcanpoop'! in the vgr; and stability; of( :scan: th most sanguine could! have antici- +
4 NOTICE.T I interiie.-ine *tiugj! *, have to defend and! rjcainlaiii the supremacy: : of th-ir institutions. It would: 1 bind us rant r p ah.J. During the fiscal, rear ending the a
Offer Jl1i services to aiiocLiU with other I Thus far the Executive ': [ I the Constitution, and all I-IWK: Made in par I'closely/together'! as n nation and en.i'/a' us 30th June, 18G5;:), the last year of tl):" ,war, < .
Counsel in the p1'6l.tot.ion or defence of f Ct*>- that it had accomplished! : sunnco thereof and to pres-rve the Union 'to shvT.v to the world the inhrrnt and ref the public: debt was incre-ned i:911,902.537 ,
it Cturt, In the Honthtrn JnJiria) Ciicuit, ofFid +las within the scope of its : : all the dignity, 1'111'.lil| an I rights!: uj f !. onp/alivu power of a g'I\'Hnl1pnt fourulK !- and l o-i! the 311 'of> October, ISCj:: !it ?
"s. pther, and CouuacL lu Criminal usa*,ulLersloLe orwjlb i i au'.horilv; ODe tiling. !j the: sux-ernl Stale, unimpaired and thit a stoon <)J L-l n the \Vi id:l of thpocp!*-, r.nl. 1 est. LINhur itro'intd' to Q: ,i 10,83t,750; on the, 31st.d '.
!SAM. C. CP..\n'. iiUUi-d; lu I beil-me b tore .I'1 iI { rtv, jti.lioamd Iv' of O'I.b't r, IS'jC.' it h"id led reduced! .
'Tampa,'Sept,13;, 1865.: Mf loiaiion; toi.ld \hs. completed II i the 'var oM_ht l>> era*r: Iri f.>:;!n'> i);dUI r /: 1 i iu I'dli.| {rna +. () 'ir u.i-re.ts !.1] strength 1 lo 2.51,310OOC; the diminulio'j+ ; during;: '
ill.e admis-ion, to Ckmiress of |I int.iQces; -uttois were perinitlfd: { to i-on/ 7111.1 1 eii'i! itu-i'd !j"oep'=iit}' would certainly'molish 11\ 1 period of fourteen month<, commencing t i
EIKLElTATTOUXEY and[ 1 Ji..prr:,.! itives. trout al. : !I tinge their K-gU'-itlve! : function, while! jn, ,d" ih'i! ftlUcy of the argumentsi'n ;: '= September 1, 18G5( and ending Ociobar: '\ c
S. Y. ; j people:' lutd reltelled aj.iinst I ''I I other instances U-prfs-nt itives wren el.."C i it I :,' : t fra? in-t'lu'ion' *. drawn from our 31. 18G.. having been $23.370.5(5.5( : Oa (
Lthority of the General \' ', ,-.l) and admitted i to "l'At" after their, .>/ile. terror r.Htion, di AT. LAW.BROOKSVILLE .1ur..tf"n'I"uh'.J! ujvm ; | had forrriallyxf'e: ired their right to /with- [ ; ; gori'rnm.-iits.; -The admission finances! it Wat' limitedjlni during the
HOUI S aJiirh.! ; by the er draw t'lotn th\ Ui.ion, and) were enleaorin. of loyal\ m?ii;"ers from the Suites now nx- three ,;'i irter.s of the fUoa! year ending the : .
FLA. ill "doibejil Igeof(theu'eCti) ; ; ..; lo ti.-iint.iii that right' by force t.1 1lrln,I| l l-d (roar Congrtsby allaving! Jou lit 30th of June last the debt would! be incroased '

Will! Pnetke in the Scq&eru! an J EBattInd : rn ,, 'jiuiiliratiou! of their OHM arm*. AH of ih\so Stales wri9>e p-opV! |' 0,1 1 rtpprdlflJ+irn would turn capital, now : J $112,191,047. Dunne> that period _.-
eiat Circuit. i'1 u-.idir.i'5oi: ,at onc' on;:..; } wer. in in..urr etJ( as St\ 'ito" vifM. inclu.deil l 'I: a Hi'.it'ijin opportunity for investment i in however it was reduced $31,196.387, ,"'-
gene 13rJ.'(.d, ly t' 'ti of-C .'aro.I; In the in the aiipo'iiuiV-nt! + of lh& Direct tax j:.the chino'-U I of fradvi and pro-petity. the receipts of the year Living ,been $SO- "'-
.... f.r.'cur.::*e; U.'patm,-nt, n.) of twenty: unthons of, dollar( ;\\'nulliIIOlaiJ: lIt would alleviate the present troubled ':on' 905,00:5: ,more, and the expenditures :?00,- t<<;, l ,
:- i it'; t t."tl, .P'Oil''P\.J by C""gr I upon the United Stitev by.lie( act ipprovod ilion! < ;1')1.: -' TOST, .' I IN+ ..tT,r s io ]I"'J rfvi t, HS fur : 5th August ISti: l Congress, by the emigration, aid in the settlement of fertile'cm more clearly iaduute than these state- -c ". \ -i,
(9' (l v-, r" t, thtj Kr..ntii/n of th-. proper : t I act of M..r'hto 102, aihl by the applionmeni -,r: region* now uncultivated, and leul to untncrea men:* the extent and availibility! of the ? A
&.' ,,+kWw-\.'. ,plc tjyw" AAd J'} '&IiIJ"t'I:1.rtiei.ch -'"' tW een :.hi i 5iiz-n. o' the re of rrprrswgii0ri( ,\ltdeunt11"r, also stKl 1 production of t1ao+.. staples whir-h I nvi: ,' I taid; the F; .d rlll l G ,\' ; recognized ir j./e-encex ** !States: : i in I hlry: added so' greatly to the wealth of the j : : '\\'it b' I.I, government I '

.. f.o-n time. to time, a* the the Union: and I.lh .r hayed, "f.'rxj idlcial! purnrtt4 nation: Ant. .I 'to tho commerce of the world.Xew ]. great military and naval establishments I.
IBteit c ta..J to f"'llire J the )udiv << r --' -linAII- --- iliL1.1.-. "" ,. inf....<, .B.L.1.. ."' .-s... ....... ....",........h...,,,., ;- tiehls- enterpri'e would be opened I can "bo di btnded. and exposes 1 .
: IA\\ "\-10:111 of the! (Oiutry, alone can Us divided.) vT1Ie satll': .. r\o.ni-I; lo our progressive people ; and cum the devastation l reduced from a war t to a peace fQotin .- I '; r1, .
TAMPA, FLA sand| consent of the S -nAe: tic>r appears in I the recent Ir' i3 'I : of war would'* repaired J, nnil all I During) .thn f5oal year ending tho 30th of. ; 'i '"
all bit : i 4d"! '. re were url...5nted Ana : ''reference: to Trtin.r.' ', uhiili evidently trncviofotu domestic d'Serenc':: "* t-ffll\.1 ''Juno, S8CG! the rrroi! t. were$55S,032G20f i ;
,-i 'ITTlLTi AY: I'lyile-J: attend tuhU rom.&| TA ttyrro + neu f'1I- : iimdd by C.I>n;:n' .-4 f>r the j i I I rests under the tin thai the fnnrtiotis ofh : from. the minds) r.f our count run 'n, in onrfforl 'I'land t the exnenditures520,750.9io:} !) $ Ira Y. [/ r.\ : ..\,

'((r (dttnmrnte tc.ectfu1I% f.Otitil..1.. 1 1' =ylatie./1t' J.r"I'"cilic.11! I i : <* Slate were nM destroyed! by the rebellion < to preserve that unity of i!i\t-rn+.;; incj: nn nyailaMf fturplus! of A3791C40.- ,t' ,
::.G.;iaWt. :;::S, :.tio1. 11)-U Federal Cuti-Hlu'tjii+ M> as ; :: but merely! !su.p.-ndrd.and) that pnnciple \ I-11 mci. >t which constitutes! us ore pe< pV, byreioting '': II :Is estimated that} tlm nept? 'ftr th-j .
rxisttnv t of *.tan.rI\ is of cours applicable to thoct.! .c Iat the-Sfites to the telntia'i! wit kh j fixnl year enlin! ; I the :30th t June. 1357, r t\\'' "
1cw.' 1Dagan O :>:-ta'e<, <>r in Nay [.lees "u1. 'p I I which, like Tennessee, attempted to niK'UUo Hey held prior to the rl-h '!!in"I. \',"V ; w-l:ii! l he 473.0C.3Srt; i and lhtt.fhll '
1 -I expnIdittire t'
,, \ '. rWicli! ,,n, was ratified I bv t I a their platein the Union. The ac I .t iwt'iM! ) he cautious Ie.t, inving: recu.d lour will!:t reach! limn sum of $316,423.- \ \
.' ,i; number of fSlat1, ami on :! tO.l; tI( the Executive of the. Gov< rim oq 1j j n.ityn from the porils of threatened dial,I.j:('7fJ leaving: in tin (reisnry .surplus of I 1
/ "rllil.fPh. .... ;ilr 1 ..t.-iiir er, SC*>, il WitS (ffi : upon chi ,.u''' .'cl has been equally -fini'e K:grHxi/ Ln. WP resort tn.albttary!:< lO..anII!vlBIOS I '; R33.308: for the fiscafycar end-ng; ,-1:I I; ,
\ mf'thod in : to )h t\ e t'-..lour \ a'id' H" a !ji ''''IIn.lu.lliiMIII.I an, I th> purpose ol the war in lhi V td nbsoluto despotism. AS M remedy II:June 3tll8CS.. It i* Pelmrtta[ .il t that( the .. \" ',
., for
\ e ,,!tl1.irn&.lb1:: nl'int':. nf the United > : w.i stated in the far ; .
p'-ufi--illy firecurrrnf-eof vmifar I \
pr.cl'\01atinlt trouble! t the! rNL+iIt\ will! amount $
s, the that 4* h.. op.n"'4 a ( u49F.t I tn 3ao( (o.OOOr"Ull t. .
L' toe \\' putjio...'r. -At H. 1trall. Black: !'S'a'c-: m hih the i'!! i is ud by my prctl.'cesifir on the 22 I Ides war hi\ing\t rmnllrE'-nD!; ) (! with it ..''l (,n I that the expenditures[ will be 350,247.541.I. i \'
\ b.Zhup,4tj'ce .AU malilJ'; g illIJ u.r.jrill rroIIX lied t 1.:111 iiio+,tJ\J.iin! --iid-l .. : of Sr-pttinl( 18G:. It wn then solemn: ,' cdsinn for tliM ex"rcisrt of power of doubt( .Lowing an ,excess of$3.3.752,350: in favorof t\ t ;
*o I'" t<, make, I hem I and declined! t'ul conNtiiu'io\iitv.! .J
i __ J r. > : : : Iy I. pruclam-d that heib-: fierHS wi tjiond! Ins'en:' to the Government. These estimated #"
receipts .
BRI 'flOS.ish JIi thus t-tfrfltd in the I ; her -iof..re the will !lirirglcgMilionNvi'.hin ;' I
fin ; w.n bu prosecuted! : the (boundaries proscribed rnty bo diminished} 11th reduction : '
!' ] Tr In yirea too, iVhcv iIht, 0"r. tie* !Saml ilf red null Itn,1 I for the obj-cl of practically restoring: the l by the C\atitutiou, and to rest ern t of antics! ; I but after all ; re- t'f
rr a .J.ire the 51,0otrrvd p' gil>;m. (.rand law of n-cewion, c (kt, pre'tc.led debs: and olii! ; 1 SiHtes and each of the States and the pro our fathers for the guidance of succePdigeneration pg; nue of the presnt And' following .vp.- r1\Vm. i \, ..
WEISSBilOD.\ for the revolutionary pur I pie thereof, in which States that relation: i it: !. The Con\itulon: which at doubtless} hi! sufficient: to cover all chirgei'on t n tan
"'jrrectiiin Grid +it'elr) .1 l lor be MispHided disturbed. The any lima exists !
pu' I miy or until c :angel' ) br the treasury, and leave, a large surplus I "
!tln euctln"nt m-acur'1 ; recognition thnStuesby the Judicinl! explicit and Authentic: tin ,
act otMhe whole! to applied; : to tho of the '
[peo '
1 prin-
r t ? % lion and! "amelioration t>f VtI! I U 'liartmerit (.t" the ( rovprnmet.t has aNoj pe! is sacredly! obligatory UJK I all If, in pal d'-bt. Tlicrft r.eerns now to b<5 no t, .. .,
1 i the, cotitrevj 'Uu t-lenr; and Inside th; opinion of : + rI .
\ race.' Coujjrt'SH I coiK load! proceedings I the people, the Histrib'tlinii:I :go"d reason why tax not. be redu- : <. .
may ,. U
V Upkolrterfc. jitatn: to admit: any of ihe!' | --itre-ti:g them I\s State*, had in the Sn- or tuodifica'iidn i of ihe oinAtitut'onal PO>w" ,.<>da.; th..} country advances in'pop'ulvlion ." I .
i 1f VMattu4 t1Ihe1l' i thistine ...it"IL. : rl".rt..tivb. ; and J it wm not : :JpremCircuit and! )Ii i tiict Courts, in the era, .b-, in any parlieulir: wruo;, \ it le I : in-l I the' .Mil! be t'Xtin..ui.hoJ withiu <'. .'. ;' ..;::1I
peatiies :. I ant 1O1l' pre.e < 1ooCif the. sight liKiiitli\ ': a Imiss-on: of Senator' and 11'presrnxtn'rs: rreeted by an amendment in th. ww? i ill I'',i- hoOt u.irttr: of n sensory., ;
to shear pr 'cheaper that an exception wa 1 and all Ilia Sutes t V
d fat ma i if jfroin my : can In- which The d
of the
f 1 h.n I be r"undt Constitution! ,It'I' n''tI4 lint report Secretary of U".ir furValutble ; '
-r t
it eaa of ; ; ,
ode U14rt Tennessee by .the admi) >.. ( ; I n" just ground apprehension, that persons .'
i q.11Mre,1 t W, uppul there too nill" and
uo change imprtant information '
by for it !
'. wdtti .Mr J. 'crr j tors and Representatives. who are diioyal! will bo clothed with u'nrpntion, I H ,;
F of ; of 1 the ciHtotnsry weapon by which freo Gov.ernnunti ( Ltn rcfercnco to operations of his Depirt'HIM 2 ': r t l
} :ul1PA1; Ff..uDROD.t :( .Fact profound regret, : the power legislation; rut Ibis could not :
HIII thuu failed to admit to [ 'i'Lanrn when the Constitution; aud the !. are destroyed. Washingtonpoke : during the pest year. Few rolnntoeri .' \ 1'

r : V 6i I I j 1 I I the,e wards to/ his countrymen when ,I r{ now remain: : in s'fTir.q and tltt'c: Are e"" .'

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