The Florida peninsular

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The Florida peninsular
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Place of Publication:
Tampa Fla
Thad. C. Andrews
Creation Date:
October 19, 1867
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v. : ; 70 cm.


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Tampa (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hillsborough County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Hillsborough -- Tampa
27.970898 x -82.46464


Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1855.
Cf. Gregory, W. Amer. newspapers, 1937.:
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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.T. SPCXCER: Proprietor, )f Cj' TlJIP1"FLiSlTUnDi\Y, OCTOBER 19.1867. VOL. 2--NO.26. .

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THE FLORID rE INSULl'R.' Jnsinrss "SI;\1' BV EXPRESS." -kbe must Frank 'I have no right further

< t on your kindness. .

'. r. r. WITCH 1.. YlrcueLP.13.i111TCIEL&P0 DA Y KANDOtril. for
'\ ftaUUED: ; CTUT SUTttOAT: ITT a right alit Minnie do you know

> K. SPENCER. I I ( -- "Can we the old house has been a different
M.triaa Ilarlaa was alone in the world-
shoe you came into it Do you
TxltuUS OF SUBSr.B.lfTI0N ttue COTTON FACTORSA her mother jnst. buried.:: '
I we want to lose our little sun
cup OB. year. . . . .$:& 00 --: .DQ :- : Sbe "as a beautiful, brown-baired girl now !I'Frank ?

Oil* "nny fcix months. . .-.1 SO'' i with soft, shy of violet and .. a
eyes grey, rosylip
I inni' smiled
.. (Cmnmbirjn: jHrrrljanf. sadly, lot her band felt

laTE UF \lV 41cT1 ING. cotnprtft&cd to a firmness far beyond but cold ant1 passive in Frank's wait !

t\I. eyuare:! U t brevier linen) or I lets 'or" I j I' 73 Poydras St., N ew Orlcuns.CottonlTactor her rears For after all, she was scarcely ,voice .

w. f..r ii.M.-rtion. tt jO perebleen, and so Deacon Gray was tel. liim."Shall '
within l 1' Minnie .
.. Fur fiicb !11t..1Df'ot insertion, 76 GJlil1Lo] Wnnnll! I\ stay,
K sit at..l Leg*! >..tic.* will be t.haritl I at ling ber, as hi sat by the fire spreading his .' She shook her head determined. *

";, the iolldwitig ratdrlt.'ation : huge bands over the tardy blaze and ailed triendsl'! ,
r \ cr Letters of AJniinistralo. I IJ
". .. (I W onuarbing & (ttnunrissioaMERCHANT : "I have yon must be rnadt to stay, said
Notice t<, Debtor. any Creditors, 8 .H) 'But what are you going to do to earn .
'I've missed of
Af'..-a'.iou for isnUsion, 1400Ar something great
.. >noii6cmeut of Candidates, -600- your bread and batter, child t t'I P to some lately, and I here by arrest
Aa!vmi...-in<'iilhinile f.. sheeifydagthe: : ; nuiaWr iiisvrtiort, to be No. 94 BAY STREET, Minnie on suspicion of the theft I l' ..
uubhhe.i uatil forbid and charged according ma bad an uncle,in New York who- and '
',. something!
1.1', $Tt74.Ifl3t Y C C NEWSPAPER LAWS. a smile rose, turning red and white.-
August 17th. 1867.' 17-6m. hll mad because other did'nt
M Po.tmatersarerequired togive advice, by your "This U Frank,yon never can suspect me 1'
leltrr when a fjlMrnUcr does not tale h', paper '" marry just exactly to suit him was'nt bt T'
from the bftce ; acid give the reason for iU U J. GCIIJUKTIX. | J. riAXKHY. I I 1'&.W.CiCKMO.XD Marian silent. Deacon waited world, sir 1 I do suspect you. In fact I am
was Gray
tint bung tak"o. Neglecting\ to do so makes So that the article is in
the lL JJ @.mnIhim nm (C jca few minutes she would admit your pos
t f the Po.iuib'U-r responsible to publisherfor ,) 0 n >9 a hoping I. .
the Frank .
payment. ; him into her secret meditations ; but she
Auy |>rron a paper regularly his life article!
from tile | M. olHcf, whether he has subscribor I did not, and the deacon went away home, ,
e ".! t.<>i. i* rest| onaible for.lhe payment of -AND- I actly htart, Miss Minnie Now look
to tell his wife that 'that Ilarlan gal was
e the ub -riput>o. of his ; I know I am very young and very
Commission pen
= Any '(ne ordering his paper discontinued Q3rnrral JHtrc ant, the very queerest creetur he had ever come
.. mutt pay; all arrearage, or the publisher may joIn "But but I love you, Minnie Harlan, and I
continue to enl l it uutil payment i is made,and I across. .
"I don't be a good and true husband to .
Savannah, Geo. YOu.-
eo'ldct the whole amount, whether iti i is taken the meanwhile Marian was busy pack.
from the office or not I house and be little wife 1'
my _
:t The court have decided that refusing to ((0)) ing her very few scanty things into H l lutle

take new paper and periodical from the Liberal adranees made, on Consignments. ,carpet bag, by the' weird, flickering: lightof until I Minnie Harlan, intead of going out

poet office, or removing. and leaving them uncalled Orders promptly filled at lowest market the dying wooddre."I 'Hardly. according to the programme,
Y for is facie evidence of intentional
fraud. ratei. Baling Rope k Iron Ties, I will go to New York,' she said to herself help the dark haired young clerk in
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS.ttf constantly hand. '
on her small teeth ty. Express office.
setting pearly firmly
Suit 6 .dtt t1"'t.-Notice
August 17th, 1867. 17-6rn.
of the Institution of suit by attachment in :I IWI Iv together, 'My mother1 uncle shall hear 'They were quietly married), early in the
cue of non-reeidenU, shall be published for preparing and Frank took Minnie home to
(. It TUOK.- W*. W. G(>aDO' my cause. pleaded through my own lips.- ,
three month in tome public no wpaper of the
diftrfrUln.ttitu.tlon TISON & GORDON [:Oh, I wish my bears would, not throb so starting i isome"here. mother, and then went calmly about .
<- of Suit to Foftlott Mortgage. i I business in the wire under the '
wildly 1 I am no longsr, meek Minnie i cage, .
Notice of the id*li tut ion tlr suit at common [j (oIQ I W\ ctir '
law to foreclose mortgage, where persona are liar Ian ; I am an orphan all alone in the 'Miss of gas light. ,
entitled to, or int re ieilin. the equity of redenption t0ftMERCHANTS home is a "' .
. resides the limit of the V \ & Am Atid N4t1aW t111 world who must fight life's battles with her .
' : beyoim jurisdiction 0
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of the in which suit her' five Ii .
f :: Court may own single bands I
,, : brought, shall be published in any newspaperpublished with his behind his at of
Ii Lower Broadway at- seven o'clock P. my pen ear
;' in tbe--district wherein the mortgaged G vum Q I
: .)0 : premise lie once everey two week. J M. I What a Babel of crashing wheels, I roof for a quietly obeyed the behest of the
" at least four months before the first' of. \\TE still continue business At the old stand '
day 'Trust
the term of the Court. If 96 BAY STREET, and offer our services hurrying humanity, and conglomeratenoises I headed official. :

( ': 1\0. AdniittTaior't. JZxttvton, or Guarriint. and to the the adjacent Merchants counties and Planters for the sale of Hilhboro of Cotton it was Minnie Ilarlan sat in tbe i through you remember the young woman,
-All sales of land Adminisara
.. tArs or Guardian, are by required Electors by law to tbedvertied and other Produce, aU o for recei\ing Cot- 'corner'' of and Exprvs Office under tbe sir, I was expressed on from Millington, :

*place where in the some real newspaper estate it situated.nearest to Notices the I I I tou We and are Merchandise.prepared to make liberal advances flare of giwlighls, surrounded by boxes! &, two months since !I' \\ '.

s these sales must be given in a public gazette, on connignrnents i to u* for sale in this M.rkrt.I and wondered whether; people ever went 'How I sir-I remember her.

s ,e thirty Estate days Liebtora previous. dW to t Crrditort.he day of-sale.Notice to I lor' friends where in it New preferred York !or
I debtors and creditor: of an estate must be llsvinghadfifteen years experience in the lI'r: dress! was very plain-gr.iy poplin: snow, and' & with eager quickness: .

i :published eight weeks. II" Cotton Coin mission[ Business with H .bLaliby old fast toned hull draw Hut! is she'I I am her uncle WaJv .
I Lean to Sell.-Notice
that eoll.rtoIOrdiry.application will be made to the Court of I I in Savannah, we have an ext.ndrd and cent-r bonnet tied with black ril>lon; >;s, and a Lion A'I! Harrington. I have just returned from
al whom with
.1 I acquaintance to we cuiifideuce. -
for leave to sell lands, must be published
i: Ordinary, weekly, for thirty dars.jftfctinufroors |I i: veil, while her only: article of ba; ;gagn, ibe stood on when the news of her arrival reach.

I and Guardiani.-Application Respectfully !:!!carpal bag! Uy in bar lap. She had sal pings. me. I.want her; the is the.only living .
'for letters of Administration must be published WM. II.TISOX.WM : '
I left !
there Lours and'wu tired. 'Hush, me
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j six weeks; for dismission from Admiui- : GOUDOX.Aus very ,.
l, tration weekly) for six months.V1t53innaL ; 17th. 1867. 17-6m. I I "Poor little! thing,' thought the dark down but sir,' said Frank, 'you can't haft

ihnirtd I young; clerk uearest her, who in 'A .'

(ath5.i ._ 31POST, !jhabitfl a !o.tlJf; wire cage under a ciidvt Yea, ; have her What do you mean f

1u w.tus' (1 VS""m.'niiLstc.'n ti and t r attraWiutMei'ehaiit.1 of gHiglits.! !i .\n.lll.ln l be took up his Iowa to anything happened I'

i t. H. L MITCHELL. pen mid |>lucg"d into a perfect Atlantic lid sailed sir, something has happened : Miss

LP111 imY AT1 LAW Ocean of:a'CIJur.u. she is l was married to me this morning.. .. ..;

I -Mr EVHUS :' looks like Harrington stared. : '
FLA.Will I -"
I TAMPA FLA. "Sir i d'! I would'nt me to her, he said, hoarsely 'I ."
attention to all Lueine $
give prompt
entrusted to his care. WILL attend promptly to all business en : The l.-irk-liHHtJ clerk: emerged from his could find ; be parted from my only living rela .G

4 Tampa Fla Ap'l 88th '66. 1-y ,, t"J to his care. 'cage with iii" pen behind his eat', in oba- Mrs. for a mare whim. ::

trConlOi1Dmenb!: respectfully *oliited.August. ..f 3 ; : tho cheerily wonder if he calls the ,
to of his
.23. V.6. 18 tf. enct." beckoning finger superior. marriage ser
Jtwv' A. Ib"uuoJr.: J. F. Ih"DER"" j
| 'Come and wedd g ring mere 'whims,' w

!IE.DERSO.IIEMiERSOJi, !: Wig LEE APTHORP. I ''I have noticed that young woman --sit welcome I honest Frank ; but he obeyed ia .

"I I fI ATORNEYS AT LAWS LOCATING AGENT ting here for some, time-how came she did quite ; -

I TATilPA-FLA. here: !It The ,' said the old man, in faltering .

.. -OFTampa Expressed on sir, from Millington, Iowa Minnie ; 'you will come to me and be the

:* Lt'ir.jto.1ri11rb,.f.. thf fein. tSA the, Southern and Eastern I8I<
,C Tamp..,May2 th. 1S66. li-6mo. Fla. As though poor Minnie liar Ian was a as though and you are all I bare in the "
o --- -- place,' .'
., box or a paper parcel.Who I.
U the chance for all White. Black male i I
A. she is
Now female to secure 1IUMES on the for tt"Cousigned so Minnie stole ber hand through her
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ATTORNEY AT LAW, Public Domain. to. Walter Harrington, Es know how arm I
For Uncle Sam i i. rich
: -:ASK- quire. Uncle, Kt was kind to me, '
To give n* all a farm 1" *
nit' State Land frfr Sale at "50 Cts, 'an "I sent up to Mr. Harrington's address about I was desolate and alone. I cannot

: acre. Look out that your Improvements to notify him some time ago ; I expect an 'I must my husband, Uncle Walter-I love

\V ILL GIVE prompt attention to all busin.11 are not entered answer every moment. hare been !I' .
I entrusted to hia care. from under you and'the
odd, said the must both of I
) "1 reptcmber lit. 1866. 106m.( 'Very gray-headed gen- you you come now
: Also, Private Lands Surveyed and Correct tlemsn taking up his newspaper. I life great bouse is as lonely as a tomb.
Gmranleed !
r. -= S. C. CRAFT.ATTORNEY : July 6th. 1867.iiss ll-6m. F"I s, sir rather. 'Very Evans is an express clerk no lon j

Some three quarters of an hour after nate you and pretty Minnie moves in velvet '/ ;

t I //I 'r f\AT'.LAW.TTavinp WM. H. :HARRISON, wards, Frank Evans came to the pale girls Please'Dearest diamonds ; but they are quite as hap

t / am1a, side with an indescribable pity in his hazel they were in the old time and that ,

r enpsged now fully in the practiceof 'What
OOt eyes i enough. Uncle Walter Harring. I
i .. L>w, I will attend to any busineM cntras- "Miss Harlan, we hare: sent to Mr. Hsr kept !I' .
I.{ 'ted to toy care in the Southern Judicial C r'cult. grows older and feebler every day, 1
kJ -:AND'e ringtoo's walking his two children are the sunshine of ;
t>\ y' ; Office : 10 the N. E. Room, "in rear, of the Minnie, looked up with a feverish led with his :
t! epl' ''faml'a Book and Drug: Store. declining
c \ .T.n Tampa Feb'y 28rd 1868._U. SHOE -MAKER own her cheek and her hands duped wind, and ... .

r tightly on the handle o the faded I
'T carpet archly. j
r MEDICAL NOTICE. TTAVISO Jut arrived with a good stock of is a hoax going tbe rounds of the .1

0I .. 11 Leather and all article necesarr for raaI bag. I 'Secret that a negro! in Virginia is gradual.
DR. JOHN P. CRICHTON. I king fine Boot.and Shoes, reipee fully inform *-And we regret to inform you that he CAry white, which seems to amaze .t I
the citizens of Tampa and surrounding country sailed for twelve o'clock
bl I OFFERS that he is now prepared to fill all orders in 'Why But thousands of white men
citizens of Tamps.Office his linewith neatness *. and ..dispatch.6hopFirst da,.' morrow.1
0', at his residence. \"cbearn. turned niyqtrt within the last few 'A
door \ .
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5Mm. A sudden blur Minnio'i
SCth 18C7. cams>> over
April eyes 'Minnie
0Oi 01AJ 16th. 1667 t n without surprising anybody. (

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: R FLORIDA PESIiMLlR, ., ",,'icidlc Waddle" goes to the J 1' ..+!w: out of it, ion Lowe wnrg him I .

U ': '! PENNSYLVANIA DEMOCRATIC Show beIf out, fan;; LhnJ (10. ibis Lack of a '

rrL' a chair it the front of(tli fire until lie 'nil ; Look Hc.eZ

OHIO ELECTED A., RADICAL OEIlNOR \' Mo. EDITOR : Did you ever go to Hrbow dn.1uJlI come out in au hour as well! a1ver. >

: BUT REPUDIATED TILECONORESSIONA1 t .I went to one the other night- e I ; \"E JUST RECK rFH.I: t .. .

POLICY. law the most wonderful things. that ever Snow 3. Which was the old toy Jnmp. 'TTIflA of( .

heard such music and out of Uift \Va:'l! rifle nnotLer o'd! lint.
-. was seen laughed
I did'm know whatto
I was i-o FkarrJ, that GROCERIESAnd
A dupaltb. received at this office from such laughs.
TAMPA FLA. : do. My hair row up on end M> that it
Col. A: II. Cole, Vice President of the It You tbe around with olbr article whit! w. re.j j.rrtfolrv'
sec boy .
came some shoved hat off tu) (bend. Thry "'*'n
1+ .SATURDAY. Oct'r 19llii !' G7, O.T. Cn informs ns thai the Penotyhaoia papers one day, saying a company of greatreolh pot through that though! [ and then Ley i ituite our {'it-iid* and pvron* to .:aU'lrrq!! y. t

election on the 8th init., gave<< A majority Lsd examine. Wa feel u,uler many uL'I! j: "
who had been for time headmiration the ) ing \.r. pm. ,
which( some ( ,.
for tbe Democrats of about Lore l f '( ita
5 ,0.000, foi And <" H 'H
JK'X. MIT IELLEditor This was (the n>oo'i'-r pttf forming 1\ bow past parouncti
proves> a reaction ..since'' lheUst ''genera < of all l the world, in Europe and Burt of the filUM. We will enJcdtur Jo
lK! in which be him elf t
on rope, wrung ;
I ; -Forth Wing, of the Lodge e lecttonJo' that Stale of'28,178votes. America, and several other plrccs, were bung himself cVc. I thiuk they bAd, 20 continue Fell at prices "

. :t.' Ohio elected a Radical Governor by going 'to play their show in Tampa. This cts., worth of that all arc und.; i in To live and let Lice'' f I

J ,NcwAdvcrttsements.c 15,000 majority, a decrease in their majorty ,,1d.. the tell the horn that was blowing ail the time 16kiep .
,. 7,890.. Negro suffragwas defended :>oe ; paper went on to "for

c r.t:: :. New Good AGrowries just deceived by I I Ly 50,000 votewhich ..b">rs that 85.000 the benefit ofTAMP- him jumping : GROCERIES. '', R

',- GKAST:, Cllur.a radicals are agsinsl Allowing the enlightened 'Ibis was all the show, and I ay if Monster CORN, FLOUR. BACON,.
: .., New Goods & Groceries A CORSET BASK, S'tgsters, Pro/tiers ain't the admirationof SUGAR SYRUP. *
f. stew Store, by, negro in that State tbe privilege fchise n. LARD.
;. "j L. G. Covacevicb.Groceries and opp std: to the Congress ion:1J: for which the band ought to be very thank the universal world America, Europe, COFFEE RI+'E.

: .: &0., j jut received by R. F, policy of reconstruction,. adnittiog, t fnl, pcially, as this company were put i Tampa ana all other planes they olgnt to.. BUTTER CIIE;"; E. ,
c: be. I would give as much as GO cents to bee : '
:. }r1cU. Democratic vote unit it. BUTTER CR\CKKK:>. : -
New Groceries &c. .. received a. was a against' to.great exprn to got up the benefit, and : it all over again if I had it. I think the fid. '
i just The Ocala Banner'Ort.l2thFifteen .. SUGAR CRAm KUl: "; ,
-. fa sale cbeap by,Mr. B. C- :eonardy. .. that.for. SO/cU! grown people could get in, riling i is worth! 25 CIS, without anything elae. : SODA BIM UM\ _. '

Change of Card-W.H. Harrison La I thousand Massachusetts Dtrao. C<)luldiveIwlfprieo.; When I read this far, But too long have. I taken up your pre :. PILOT UUEAD.

removed his Shop to tic Old Printing ,of i crats Lave nominated John Quincy Adamsfor I stopped"\* ' much from surprise; as, cit'ustimeeol will draw gradually but I. SARDINES CONDENSED f
close. .
surely to a
Governor and J. Stearns for Lieutenant
from the foci tnat there was no more to MILK 1'J. '
&e.aril I Governor. Wishing Mr. Eli'.or: to know did you
for Sale-W. W. Sheppard, aJ- I read 'besides'ih'e that the COOKING SODA CANDLED, fcOAi. .
Voting upon the quebtion"fororagaiosta announcement, of the Penintular have free passes sent .....

t r minislralor.. Convention, is progressing quietly in "front seat* preserved for I Iqdies! _' whichwas you, if so why they,slighted, STARCH RAISINS, a
-- Alabama. The negroes and the Radicals all very good. Then I think, if all! the Your'try"bu 1ble, IRISH POTATOES,'MUSTARD.I '.
'" Oar Editor Las been absent, during the
but well deserving
seem to be casting all the votes-a II in fa world admire them, why, it is p'ainlyWiddlo's SMOKING AND CHEWINGTOTWVC6 .
I Aeek closing, in attendance upon tbe Circuit vur of coarse of a Convention. In Mobile it amii'u* ruicu',% ,

I Court at BrooLsville. We Lave DO QQ the 2d,820; blacks voted and 24 whites.In duty to go and admire them too_ (which means, truly your loving friend alway8. 1

.items. of the occurrences\ of this term. Montgomery, the first two day's votes Then comes another consideration, which .) SECAR3: MATCHES and MASON'S bUOK .

amounted to 4,536, in Selma, 330; in I was tbo 50 cts.consideration, for although WIDDLE ADDLE.'rbe BLACKING.ALSO .
,. The Co, eminences, ia this City on .
Opehka, 100-Allfor Convention. Tampaite. .
I Widdle Las sense enough generally yet 9 -: :- k
m .. those sense were waver equal to the 50 cts. Oct. 10th, 186'4- A good selection! of DRX GOODS and .
tbe election parsed off quietly in Louisiana. -- .- ---
you'.want a'fine dress Boot fall at Result is not .. needed. Now some folks: got passes, free Ql"RT.HGoJenkins, a State officer, TRIMMISOS, consisting of

.&a; -----.... ..- -lUUlllaOX'S.-- :) Cotton, in New York on ths 2d, was from charge, but never a pass for the celebrated is forbidden to counsel his countrymen on Sheetings Shirtings.O ... .-. v1 t
active at '22c. for middling in Mobile political affairs what hat the illustrious : Hickory Stripes, >n burg
Oen. Sterling Price died at. St. Louis, ; W. W., was sent by the company. right Jtans.Bu Flannel.
Mo. the ult. 18018); fur middlings; in Augusta, 1?}, Llulburt or the. mighty Chief Justice Kentnrky
on 29th who wasn't Worsted Brnld; f'Bindiur
I .. At length, somebody- me- -k A1J"H" ,
---. .. *-- Warner to exercise unlicensed! liberty of
Jeff. Dati Trial. gave the '50 Us., got the pass, and! there speech} 'There U no on the Radical Silk
,DiED-In. tLU city oa Saturday less tJ gag Coals' Thread, Flu.C ;
in the show.
we were programme, there, Pope John?
fit Billions Fever, Mr.,ELI ADMSB, aged. This It the Kt' .l'cl.! Comb" .l n.u..lle!. Fpr. 1".1.I .. k .
pronounced by ,
CU1EF JUSTICE! CHASE TO PRESIDE-PKOGRAMME Mons. MY. de Vaineye was the stage qurr) ujjm-:
J about 24 years. Constitutionalist. Wvbateofien thought "Sr!, Ktiill'Rg: Nevdl! Hi.. !H.l lII'op ... .
OF THE TRIAL. and had to keep all the rest'uf'' .
; ---_ f"-- manager' \\hat a disgusting mocker! of the boa ted Skirl, and a jlloOol'H".I. ..t ]Vf,."'c ,

i Sergeant Folso;; cr Co: E. 7tb U. S.t' the how folks going right. The name I liberty of opinion and >p 'ech wo now Gar* Shoes. Which we tf '., .

Infantry, died at tbe barracks: her e on RICHMOND, A., Sept. JC.-It Lhi towbecome thought, when I first went in, must be in the South under milittry rnle.! Con Country l' odu) 'e. HI I ..u, .. '

t' Wednesday morning.PERSONAL. ; definitely settled that. the Davi s some aristocratic; name in Africa, and Ican't grew pn! ..ed an act,or acts! providing thai t the Florida: IluUse. .,- A
... the Southern States bo i in nrl" T ,\ !: r
t.tCCoow-d'r trial will: tako place at the November term find any thing in English equal to it may rpre-t-nied
1:- .-L e Charles) E.I : Cong'rss on certain condition,. sad also Tampa Fli$. Oo.... 19' 1 Srt.. I '.;
of the Circuit Court LcrJ uJg C11ae t-uch us i it U-Monster of the Vaineye. 1 I. .
: Fleming U. S. Navy who commanded the j providing,:, by elections and otherwise, for

gunboat Sagamore in this Bay during tb has expressed his intention of presiding, felt", rather riled wbiu they come out, think H (free dpru"ioo| of the popular! voice (the GROCERIES & ': .

and if the rebel ex-PrcMdent, does not fail I iug: 50 cents wa a heap to pay just to seo disfranchise! txpcteil) on lht question .
winter of 18C5-(G died: recently) in New
York.It to come to time on his straw bail, ques: a lot of-of-colored citizens, when 'you whether! those term*will bu accepted or On Con s \ n \\\ ,e n. \ '

'. lions of great importance will arise which can see quite a lot of them at any not. General Pope was sent out. not to "TUIH'R 1< ron I- Is
free the ,
people to roto one way or HD is reported in Washington circles tbak t will require all the diplomacy and ability time for nothing. When they got to go the que.tit)., i>f adoption, but to 1o"'Urt, ,

ti. the President intends, in- a. few days, t 0 of the Chief Justico to evades and decide. ing good, made quite an important discovery all the proplecntitlrJ in iltffuil!! .rd freeexpfe f BACOX( USD.. ., .

'iiiue a pardon to lion. Alexander II. Ste The opinion is expressed that, allowing vizly-that these folks, were herein *..ion of: t thfir! opinion; miff u.r,KIM-OS;; BITTER MG1R\ .,. .: VV

I phens. Davis will appear,'the'trial will be shirkedby Tampa, but were also in fork, hence the first orders i iued bj bun i is out |pawl I sTinrn\ : KOi r ,:,; r :' :< .
that! .
.. ding : puhliruffi"t'r. Fballtyucxtrnnlt! ) "
I tbe Government and tbe will 1 their Africanican Well sir : C\ilVE. .., :-; } : S.I .
Gen. Joseph E. Johnston has resigns prisoner appearance. ont tide of the tjuoiiott.. al ibvi peril+! 'Tt.'1t i: : i >
'. again be eel liberty on bail. There i is commenced show th 5tW i I C8F1.-. #*. ,"
: the Presidency of the Alabama) and Ten : they to by raising "PI rob was .?j vt n tf."! \\"; i an n \ -..

: River Railroad reason, however, to contradict such an sheet from before, what was ('1111..J) hestage. t ever (IJI.'h..' President for kt.-epe( :.;, in \ ]I pilEAD! .CJIlCiUS; -
Selma Dal
to 4
.11 See ft.'d! J) _
lOOHiirttiiihr ho .
Indications i \ > IutlU.a'I! ib -
lead ;
erroneous impression.
t I nirr'!
tin, and his place has been; filled: by th e (Why Hags ) i M.!i-reiii i 'gut' of luau, and tviry pmwipleot i OM0N8( PfiTVTfiRrIQBJCfff r

election! Franklin II. Deland, of New the belief that the trial will!! be proceededwith such a stage ; no place to hitch hor.*" to, faint. "* Ht'd juMicr. >*o other comrauudor I : 'WE4.TB"

r r )or1. :l&dL mats of the most importantevents or carry the mail, in fact nothing but H I.,,* thus Uamnlfd+ upon the freedom' BR i t11I :r +t,

t r ... --.- --- connected with the history of the room for them to i-how in. They had a ptt.-h and .upt1)i.n. It most hex badw -Alo- '" .t
I, cause 'l.(.". .. nt. hntt be '.\ *+ COIXG TO THE BAH.-General Sickleslaving rebellion! disclosed. The counsel for de picture the back pan of a room and'a) ) to gii;:::Ced, ".
1111.1 l the ,,110! !" lini
r \ OA : ,.. defied the Lw, proposes to resume fence will ,demand a trial* and if the Got 1 row of c. udes! on the front,'sitting Oil tin? J I' ;,> .' 'x, Til' i* if.h. *" Cypress Shingl IM F v
.. the practice of it. Criminals nod expect ernmenturge as an excuse "not ready,'' 13u.)r. AH the how jH- 'ple! were sr"rg! -... .---.-. ,10 Baits: ; cf good Hay "*,:.,, .

.. little mercy from a conspicuous law-break.. the Court will express its intention to remain in a row, one was playing a :little fi.!de! OHIO AND FtOI.IDA.111'- I lUl'-! ,..f FI.,.. F i Y S-.xVc o r 1\ tt r t t. t'r:

:,er.-J.oz.: in tc&iioa .a sufficient time to prepare ; (and) he played mighty nice,) another play. Ida l.r"I lluds.\ : of Olilu, are cilia, \INS- I
t. l.'nag as diverse in nature: a, a hor-e Country ProJurt luuijkt ai lst J/ #i.
.. ;
failing la this iolle will the cd ba fiddle: and all plays
a pruicqui u a big "e they <1 lsuiiu and a rhinoceros. One of the most prom
A RESIDENCE J D.1 I jot f'i- "
'y IOR EFFD'OS' "15.-. rrif' C: :
be ectered,!>y which t discharge of the :!icg. linn there was one little fels I- tient mew in Florida, in a recent letter from ...

& Arrangement are being mado to 1 provide a,, prisoner: way be effecRd. The Utter !! low at the end oT the row whose principal I Ohio, says: .'1 'bat I could tell you about mrW! : ... ""' 1.<(""lrf"l,,,,)!\ I

i residence for Jefferson Davis, in Toronto r not likely, and the trial, which the nation feature, was a shirt collar. Sir, I never th" other 5 issue, fjE'groluffrage! would! up I Ipe'r At Browns Cornrr ', JarLon sr/It. f
Canada lie marvelous It be in f fI ..
is expected: to arrive tier will| defeated tins
at large demand, will be proceeded with.- sec such a enlist, it'U so big, and what'smore : .
State. the L.G.COVACEVICHTampa
this week. coming election beyond all I r
.. Davis ctn scarcely b* convicted. With I don't believe! that man will ever get i iI question, and by tho"N whwiu! you would Fla.Oct. 19lh. 2t.,U i ii

LARGE OKASGE Cn. 1>.-Maj. Fannin;s Chase on the Leech, 'and Davis m the I over wearing it. I noticed after, he let I II le"%t expect-the abolitionists tbrmsrlres. -.

prisoner's box: ami the right of secession :I Thrsa are the men whom [ denominated NEW GuocEiiirrrj l li
..,orange grove on the river will produc some one else hate it to show in ; he was' i .....
in drama( i.alional interest I '(' ngroaters.. Tars will nearly! to a tea n
question, a i
this the great so weak time the Mon. tbaok' RECEIVED from New ..
,year, says Reporter, over one every tcr; : j JUST Orl "n' tr r
F 'n J hundred thousand orange lie says be wilt be presented, in which the i Lis rut at him, he fell Jown. I thought'i ';t i vote That ag.iitjht is in Ohio negro: wbe suffrage;e negroes f' are scarce I.I Consisting'r. GV uf DILL, a fine I lit uf I'rovi--vn: -'J. .
trill realize five dollars a hundred on Lh principal actors! ail! bare to tiudy wcla 1 ho hud ahead though! all the time, for we, : In order to peipetu their rule in Florida, : BACON HAMS. t

satire crop.-Ex.Gen. their parts.DECLINE.--'.'-- I heard his nice. hence Lis mouth rnu>t be( :(J" howet, wht-re negrots are numerous, the BUTTER, SUGAR.LAID, : .

[ o> IHE NEW YORK P.ADICALPaEss.Tb" Fomr:\+ A fur they had: about I ILllre. I fcKuio infamous pirty wants to elevate( them : COFFEE, vi." *\t PP VJ.\ I r** \
.SchoSeld Las deWJed that the onlyrestriction New York Herald of the l: cts. worth ail :around they lei dowu the 'ji. |j I atutLe white race._..-..Sentint. I. i CANDIES ,.' "

.J: r imposed upou eligibility tr.T' 0 nth says : sheet, which! i is more politely! calUd! curtain .I I I The riurldu Caunl. SODA CRACKEns.w ii asKr BREAD v >OD.\. t.. rf''

: membership of the State Convention is We understand that the Radical : OMO.NS! 0;
organs so we congregrrion: might look A At length we are enabled! to state Ac.: Ac, 11 !t't

i ", 0 Laving taken the oath to the United Slates in this city have lost, one third of their each other awhile. I noticed quite a \'Aricty I \ that uponroluble [ Please give me a raIL Fffr\. attr..tiuu I i
the 1
I authority
and afterwards aided the /Torida paid t* Cu'tomtr J \
rebellion.- i i *-[>riCM liWral.Ii. : A
subscribers within the three !, of ladies of !
:' past moat s. ditto gentlemen, furthermore and Inland .
Transportation .C
: Timer, Sept. 24. I I Company is i LEOSARDT. .
'. This falling off i i. in consequence of the they alf seemed to be in'a state of '' about Tampa, Fla, Oct 19th. 1867. tf'.6 t ;
:. to'commtnce operations I under the
t: Tbeimpression -m7 to prevail withrriny dissatisfaction of prudent business men admiration, which was to be expected. I'I most fatorable! augurs. The
"JO ,that delegates to the State Constitutional i dud intelligent fair minded citizens with SHOW 2* This was commtnced by raising j funds for the prosecution and early cam JUSTJECElTEDTi g V it.

1;;; Convention will bo required to the tiocDt! tirades and! bloody revolutions the curtain, The Monster wa pretending pletion the great ,enterprise) have been .! to ...f-..;

f take what. is known as tae! 'iron clad1' ry schemes of the extreme Radicals, who to a place in the thow. Mr. Editor raised OMoXS.BITTER.. (' :'
get by a Company in New York, and : : r .;;:

t oath. Such is not the fact Any man' eligible 1 are ready to plunge the country into all 1 I don't want to be violent, I don't, but the work has.been put in the hands of the I LARD.CHKESE.. ...J 't > ;"

r "i to Tote is eligible to" be voted for, atdtLe torts of dangers and difficulties rather it beat the J eW8. I've said it, and I mean contractor who built the Ches'1>eake Swamp I SOAP. TOBACCO : ; ; ,.. ;. 1 .f
oath required of him before taking' Lis than lose possession: of tho spoils of the it and what's more, I never. taw such a I I Canal a few years since. TLis gentleman On Coniignaitct: and for tale low bv ttih. ';'.; .

.r seat will not be mora stringent than tLe Government. It is an indication of tho thing before. Thinks I to myself, if ever : is expected soon, and will go over the RF.sQxC7. .'. .;t ;,

f.'. registration oath. reaction that is going on allover tho L'a- I get out of this house Til thank my stars, route of the'Canal for the purpose of a* Tampa, FIL, Oct:1@th I8g?. qt. .o.' "_ ;'' \!; ? ,

t+}r "We breathe easier than we did a for t- On and: that will soon appear in Pennsylvania I. for you know Mr. II, the Court House i:Sit certaining: the nature and amount of work, : IhO Ll! ., DELICIOUS li1LLG'K.; 'f' 11

\. night ago. Theu we Lad fears that tbe and New York just the same ns rather! old, and when you see any one acting etc. The I-collect, neare a suredis : WICK SMOKING rOB.CO \K It'.

fever was on its: dreadful march to an epi i has been eca: : already in Califorcia nndMaine. such icry hear y j-artt it is quite slat 1 1mingit I way encouraging for this luug-aced otry itn.provement I B. C.LEON.MilVS.: :. S.t. ..
.; demic. Tampa Oct. 19th. "j < .
i.. The little! fellow which will I .
really thatJcei
For the last week, we hue Lad no new I open communication ;;;-:---:----------------- ;'
It .med so weak after carrying the flirt between the Indian Ilivtr: : .1SI11\GTirN '
cases, and no deaths. CURE TOR CIIILLS.-Iho following retn.cdy I country and iheocean. n ;1kTlLLE:1l,1's
A kind providence Las brought to our for cJPlls is i! collar all the evening, seemed to think so .-FernaitJina Jouritr.4. MA1\Uts:: AT ; t
goi tbe rounds of the
relief! refreshing Northerly winds and eg II IIi 'I U.C. I.EOm.r' '. : '"
in wet pies, with strong endorsements : "Takea I i j too. But when the Monster danced I -4.. __ Tampa O t. 19th. "
hope we are not premature saying! that dou'l believe be has bones i in his TREATMENT YELLOW iI :}i
any hod, OK FE\'t&-\ Dr .
.. the disease hAs wineglass full: of the best apple! vinegar (
I taro Fi.1JII,, ''i/t GiugstonJamxica. i : II I l'OT.\lOL'" .... .: V
ho i.lIl&iJ?
i if( had they would all been bro.. iicvtr III QNf1S I &I I. VV 1.,1
from for '
bt.. Y .. Oar the physicians are treatment learning experience cine mornings iu this way : Take it ''kt.n.' One time he fell down doubled ;o lure a patient by yellow flyer, having J" :). Fur atk; bt.. ..,
incases ,
proper necessary three successive dart! then omit i it three ; discovered! a certain Hi r-1
I' '
tr F.
[ of fever,during and they tLe Lave present been season eminentJyinccetsful it- days, and so on, until the vinegar; has beentiken '!'. himself., and when iVas going to. (etll.aJ. :I meet consist in going sulphur' ill \ "r.1 I Temps..:IJL Oct,19t 1 Srt NGNF-tr'2't> 4.% ) .

ti; is that they Lave not saved line mornings ins'I. Theinegar I Iv because he was brekcn into iu endeavor- combination, together with vapor baths! : Juo.J : '. "\ J l
true : r a :-r :
everytieat pa and) xrtictr -f :
1 oat .Lept picking.: Tills ; COFFEE (. f;. .. i 4
but they Live lot few* oomasratir1rhis : e- must U: a firs. rae articles of apples! v"ae- ing to !benefit Tamp, un be jumped as |; ought to le tried iL !b treatment Z bvjorcTasra PU'"bll I I' ..l !
ooc9 ttc .I.:1
'" hi I It is belief: 6uf\riug; ,. > .
.- 'It. .A Mitt pafth. g\r:' well as mr. my if that nna: j jGuifcii !. 'rtf ,'. i
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PL-BUSHED IVERT .&ir>t>AT BT. I DKUGS& In At Circuit Court JOlt tla,.Solltl n1 (,.. .

T. 1 K. SPENCER. \ GODS NEW mm! Jim BeccI ,led bJ the "Alliance.; C014"titl.o/ Florida in and fo r JJonrot and Dais I

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EdwariD. lUwson, ) In atUchm cut am'I

RcaJlDa jfiaiur on>ncrj. Page. IJorodont. \aJ\ TI. r sworn to 91 94.771
r -' w/- WilLjuaT.Mundy. bond .
J filed for <
:The Steamer Alliance arrived' here Just Received from New Tork Brown Windsor Soap, 400.
inform rrUlEDEFENDAKTAJfD ill .
UNDERSIGNED respectfully oth en interested
last Wednesday from Key Wet. Depar Shallenbergers Ague Pills, THE public that they: have just received a A are hereby notified of the. commencement

tedt Tbut1tdaj morfjirjg, for New Orleans. Balls Parsaparilla' fresh supply of well selected Groceries, Dry o.r this suit returnable to the Circuit Court !
A c General Assortment Gotds, Ready-made Clothing; Crockery Hardware or-the Southern Circuit Florida for Mon*
.Ii e Whitcomba Asthma Remedy, roe and Dade .
Tin-ware &e. counties on the third Monday ,

The schooner J>ty MILLER Master, are Datchelors Hair Dye, J* GltOCERIES. of o the November Declaration xt;filed IUlIl' to appear and pleaJ. ,

rived herd on Saturday last 1 loaded, with Off) G) S; CcnaLciiLng( a:! 1 Seltzer Philotoken Aperient, '. Such sides as Corn Leaf Flour Lard,Hard Goshen Bread Butter Bacon, Coffee. -clear- w. C.llierein MALOYEY, Jr. f

Groceries & Dry Good for Merchant I'laittifTa Attorney. .+_ t
; our .Sugar,Syrup, Rice,Tomato Key West July 2701.1867. .
Quinine 16.:1121. :_ .
", She on last Wednesday for Catsup Yeast Powders .
departed New Podophyllin, Soaps, Blueing In o. '
,:Orleatria Manatee. DRY GOODSStich: : Matches, t'a ,
.r Ayers ", Ac. In the Circuit Court Southern Jud ,'. .

-\V call attention to the card cf one of Jaynes' Pills I cial Circuit of Florida in; and for Monroe
DRY GOODS & TRIMMINGS. and Dade Counties. ,
.our Merchants, Mr. B. C. L ounDr/ into as- Wrights' Pilli.e
Denims Linen Checks Linen
Bed Ticks
Heavy Francisco .
-days issue, lie Las j just received a new McLanes: Fills Checks Linen Drilling Calicoes, Muslins, Rodriguez Aquilar, ) Bill for .

supply fiora New Orleans, and to all who Calicoes of decry description, ?sf.,. Win lows Soothing Syrup, Muslin Robes, Assorted Braid for dress **. r Divorce. V .

.yeah to buy cheap Groceries, give him a Wistars Balsam of Wild Cherry -I! Binding, Pins Needles!, Coat's Thread, Maria Mora Aquilar. \ ,
call. Flax Thread Seeing Silk as't'd TT APPEARING BY THE RETURN OF the r s s
'. DeLainea Pant's Cloth. Carbolic Acid, colors Floss, Tapes Elastics, JL Sheriff on the Subpxna iuued in thil" .

''We Lava been shown. handful of Pe Worsteds, Bleached: Domestics, | Trusses. Shellac Matches ic., Ac., Ac.: Ladiu& GeoU HdVffd., cause, and by affidavit, that the Defendant resides :'
a All of which I shall be happy to exchange Ladies t Chiidreu'a out of. the jurisdiction of this Court and ,
cans from a of that Dress Goods, Domestics. the United '
very flourishing tree tor itrceu'uacks. Hose Gents 1 out ot States: e 1
Tftrieu growing at the residence of Mr. Denims, Bed Ticking, A F. BRANCH, hose, white It ft thertfore ordered, on motion of Walter ,. 4

.Josiah' Ferris in this City. The present ,is Hickory Towels, I acol'd.ICEADV7IADC C. Maloney Jr. Eqr., Solicitor for Complain t f
that the said Defendant Maria Mora
a the fiat year that this tree has borne but Indian Orcbad Sheeting, Groceries : CLOTh ING, Ac- ,'ant do appear and answer the Complaiants Aquilnr Dillon 11 '' t

snccefiiing years we trust will repay the. Marlboro Stripes, Linen Coats, or before the third Monday: in November t

fostering care of its careful cultivator. Alpacca Coats next otherwise the said Bill will be taken for 'it
Table Linen Blankets, -ITfE HAVE JUST: RECEIVED A FEW Linen Dusters!, d
is further
: .! confessed. It ordered that a copy of
>I' Half Barrels of. Palm hats, v
'There is considerable talk of the Yellow .. c Leg horn Hats, this order be published once a week for the .4 4
Ladies Cloaks Dres TrimmingsIndies of four month in
t fever but there EXTRA FLOUR. Canton Braid Hats space some newpaper printed
visiting Tampa, don't forgot :, and published in this Circuit ,
r is something eke! you should think oL ,Also: Wool Hats; 1'ETEK CRUSOE Clerk. ;

'That is : if you want anything in the line and Crnts' Paper and Linrn Collars; SODA BISCUIT :Shirts Shoes, A true Copy:

"'- Key West, Fla July 6th 1867, 16-4ni
Alliance +:
by steamer a supply, Kentucky Jeans; Umbrellas, Ginghams SOAP. Blacking : ,.

and sells at prices that will astonish you. .. MATCHES. Ac.. Ac. I In Chancery.Circuit V ,

See advertisement in to days issue ando SUN SHADES, ..
COPPERAS.And - .- HA II D Estc. Court. Scutffn !, in'anj ;' f.;-

ve Lip r a -calk-_ -_._ Spirits of Turpentine: Crocker.r-W ate, for Monroe and Lade Counties. "V -V' ,
Balmorals. Hoop-Skirts I Kui't'S d; Forks Amelia Sawyer, ) V '
THE SABLE ?l oians! another '
: entertainment : s
gave -
GRANT & CRAFT.Oct. : poops!, \ t.8 t.: r

on Wednesday night which Plains' : &3-j &3. :5th, :25.2w. I .Nail., (s"I\hiea.,) Edward Sawyer. ) % ;.. ,.: .
will be the last until after Court tube
adjourns. .. Gtfu Wrenches, T-R APPEARING BY THE RETURN OF e '"!:

: These Was> a good audience' and all were Shot 1 the :Sheriff: on the Snbpsna issued in this '.... y

perfectly delighted at the performance.- Also: For Sale 1 Powder- cause, and by affidavit that the Defendant :

We topo it will not be long before they a Cap; sides out of the jurisdiction of this Court and
Writjng Paper, out of the State of Florida, and in the United '. .
another and is* the of t
.give performance, tucb. >+ A Fine .Lot vclop.I!, States : .''';''
wlpb of our ciiir..os.. Gillets:Steel Pens: 4 'I '
It i$ tkrrfon ordered, on motion cf Walter .,'
{ Sartre the Above WM put liD type, we ( Ink, Ac. Ac. C. Maloney Sr. Eq,Solicitor for Complain ,""+ "

have !lesruej] tbni tliis troupe will give ii& len.am3.le Clothing. A FINE NEW It'Gltithout: harness. And we have. have on hand a well selectedlot : ant, that the laidl>eenwEJww, Sawyer '. A
The Luc is aJ in good of :/
-olrlialntnrnlsduriDgcuurr week. :;;) perfectly new ; do appear and answer the complainant's bill .J ..
running ord r. TIX. WARE. on or before the first Monday in October next, ,,_ t
!' .- l' -.DKEA !-- -Alto :- Such: as otherwise said: bill will be taken us con fussed. V' '

q 1' '.li.4ii>.i f ( .Stiitl..lLr.. Mi.;. A GOOD TWO HOi: Ac. la orJer. Milk Strainer I I! f. ,
tits, good i tnuiT ,
D1'1-1..AEE j der be week for the .' .:
tov. on \\ r ui-silitj i" t. tr 'mN Alto Tin Buckets with published once a space_ ,%
:- ( cover) ,
.. t, k with! p-cxl* I... Mi. S JACKSON, 1 of three months in some newspaper printed< t
A GOOD LIGHT JER>EY WAGON.. In TiiuCups / I' sad published in thin Circuit -
1'.a ,'..1 oar which Mt-osro CtAUK: SFkIII.Lk Ovens Spiders, *', above articles I will tell cheap for Cash CoffeePote, i I i I A true Copy; :a vi.,! .
The And other articles
bas nut Frying: 1'nns nd be time b too numerous to/mention Attest: Peter Crusoe, C: rk. 'w
: i..pled thrirguals ytL ., can see; at any ) calling at "
,, Tea Kttlles, which we \\ill sell at prices to "L .:T Lt\'L.\ 8-3m..'
xVr' :"'Lr !, f' New Yutk fits wrtkS Cooking:Stove!!, luy tbop. Key Weat, June 7th, 1667. '. .

'!! : "at.? :iii.' nit d tbat &be is Pocket Knive-, IIESRY KRA.U Sr GRANT& CRAFT.Tampa. Mice of I.vency. V "
TtbleKnivea Tampa Sept. 28th. 23tf. .
+ .I'j, BRrv. fo..ft \14, a \ i
lords. r Pla. b PlLOBAIS Cons, AT CTsMCLns. 6th'r...
i <
Spoon \.
e fj t hit would tti a t.-rioos lus .,.fur Horse and Mule Collars A...TY. .w_.'.. .'"r. '
Trace Chains : ;
l\'t'k it Guoos. -. Salt Works! State of Florida
htr 't
.1. G tI .L UO' .
-- .. ..-_: ----: .. 1h ,.!raises; Ac., Ac., iOGood; !, Polk County. & ;J I
I TIThereas Robert \Tilkison, Administrate on ,,. .
: .k
iun I 1.H.b bran lepemedir{ 1J 4said
Alstl : QUALITY will
qurs: .. : SALT II the Estate of Simon P. Smith late of F
tl'u''H Iiul' T$ roum miteltillfhptr V 1
a Irt' ; ,', furnished in any quantities requiredat JUST RECEIVED FRO: 1EWPORK county deed, has this day filed ia the ', '
.. tLiV rCU1tJJf>> liDSiI Probate Court written of the la- :"'.
"V ,p' 'J' ;.r the .nod.}' Point Salt Works on Old a suggutloa 1 tIt
'I I lil'--ll Grain fc Cr\-! .CROCKERY; solvency ol said Estate.
r delivered in ibis "
g'h : Tampa Day, or City at i ',
\ G ncr\ A i c\sni Therefore notice hereby given to all
I Jato IUwah"l- t-V il.euiefctmaW! real D"ble 5 s o,T m persons
r -V rates. baring claims the aid deceased'sEstate. 'i'
i, Of Every DesetIption.I i : against
,. ;V- aia huppy to rrpuud tltn.cgu\ our MvfTUfirr' Apply to Consisting in part of the following j toMa the same duly authenticated, in .y V t

;, columns.liat tl/ot: *4cVtr gtrfitlo' \ II. ALltURY, Agent Articles : the office of said Court, on or before the 6Ui < {

m.:n liave now in store eterytliin*; to prr.tif. -+Xo- Tamp. March 23d, 1857. 48tf. DRY GOODS. of February, 1867, when there will be a pro- r. ,

h. rs'wte "" dn -!e: t'. : lh.' mrir-zeep \ rato payment among the several, creditors of' tt
: Calicoes Gingham, Hickory Muilins Lawns Mid insolvent Estate. 1 ;
.. ttuDal.'uiruet'crv! one who h34ati'anitics W CD CD ID> W AmID fl' ) H En lj \\TEISSBR\\ ODe Bleached Domestics Osnaburgs, Marlboro And i it is ordered that the Administrator do Y, ,>j a 4 1 I 'J

cuitt-nry 61 ailstk4- of ruuntrjproi Stripe. Denims, Edgings Insertions.Gents file on or before said day, in this Court u true or ,' r i

u-vt for, vfhicb to ext l.: ngs fur some Tub, Pails.Buckets, Measurer, Market Baskets MIDDLE Hosiery, Checks.Gloves Ac !and perfect Inventory 01 all the effects belong f .i j I+
Pantry Ba keU. with top lierrtl t
tLiti<; staple! .,'.ird"cy... -: '.. Covers;; Brass WireSift- 'R, Latest Styles of Clothiiig;. log to said 1>UU Given, under my hand and seal 1t r : ,fIMSI

from d-liTartd Itfwre era, Brooms! Harness-, / akir, Upholt te r ttc. 1 doz: Planters" Linen Sack, of the Probate Court at Bartow "" J
Extract n speech 1 doz: Spanish Sacks. t '
Je.: .tc.. tins gth of A D 1S67. "
,. day August
Will attend toXany business in this line with 1 doz Cottonade
: Sacks.;
few ince I I i
of a evenings .'
crowd person JOHN DAVIDSON.August .
:i (on) neatness and \di=pateh. I am now prepared 2 doz" 1'antd. '

Gentleneu.-Atid here is an old ragged to fix Mattresses .. cheap or cheaper 1 doz: .. Linen Judge of Probate. .',' .: I

half dollar, I hare just drtwn_ from my than it tan be done Vlsewh'ere. I can be found 1 doz A. II. Tweed 10th 18C7. Cm- '
d m ftffS OCofle. at all times at rny shAfV>6-the opposite side of i dos Brown Linen Drill Pants
which is d",*cnb jd motto, in :rc!) rJJLLV' .
pocket on > o the street, slid a little\East of Mr. J. FcnisStore. 1 doz Blk English; Drap' M ete Frocks. Notice .' .
uf the dead! languages and the motto of i \ f C
dos Bl'k AIpnccaSack\
2 UEr.E,1
by one Tea. Su New.iFaol' SIX
: every true grit Americl&o,"Epluri"y Flour Starch, Soap SoJa, aletatus l1rr.IUJ.: SN.\\. EISSBROP. i dos Dlk French Drp :-a'h'; I shall, at Administrator, on the Estate -.. V'r: ; .'; 4 M.

which being intf"l'ret.-J uieins a Cheese Candy Can Fruits, \ i docbl'k Frocks; of Wm. Carney, deceaed'pre mv accounts .'

plurality *>f new men for office Gentle rd\hd. Cherries, Sx1IITrrSALE 1 dozBI'k II Pants. *: and Touch to the Hon. Jndite of Probate, of .
2 dos Blk English rant 'oik for final settlement_and ask -
1 ackuowledz my indulgence to yon Tomato Catsup, county, a
melt kind tdj''gations! to me on this t Pepper, Mustard, BY) VIRTUE OF SUNDRY EXECUTIONS 1 doz White" LineD" Drill :Sacks, to be disihareel from the further: Admin tU' I ,
for youi against Win. It. Hooker in favor of p. G, 1 dos: DuckSnck*. iou of the said c1 tate. V
eventful period Gentlemen crow: over the Copperas, Ginger, Allspice. Wall,"J. R. Fulmore and Kennedy .k Darling 1 doz: Duik Pants!, JOHN M. I TEARCE Adm'r '
way with me to L. G. Orac/Tidi's cheap Kerosene Oil Candle, Lamps and issued out of the Circuit Court of HilUboro' 1 dot priL1: PjuiU. Dartow August 10th J67 16-6m. ; .

store on Jackson street and w" will get : Wick Potash Hard Dread, Crackers of all County Fla., at Spring Term Ifta7, to me dietested 1J dos fancy Marseilles Vests. .y'1'

the worth of the half dollar in something i description! Powder, I have this day levied upon the f l1ow.ill 6 Striped Linen Vests. FINAL S E "' T'L E..V E J
mutual friendship nowo shot Lead property of Wm. B. Hooker \nil,will offer 'New !Style of Hats, : months after date I will present mv ac- ..
to perpetuate it for eale, to the highest LiddeAb fore the SIX t
Brown Ca* imere Hat*.-Broad Planters HaU anJ vouchers to the lion. Judge or ,
bappily tendered. Gun Caps,Chewing Tobacco, Cuter 11'-c door in Tampa, withiuXthe leirid Black Fell Jina- t '
: Hats United State slats, Probate of Hillsborough County, for a :
hours i>f Kale, on lit Monday [2 Jn: of December *
Tobacco J .j 1
Smoking Leghorn nit, IWJ'lauortcd ttlementof the estate oJ Micheal Wall ,dp

,Y:H HARRISON Ac.: ic., next to-wit hats Ladies Hat*. eased, and at th" lAme time will a.k for a Uu-- V t JJA

Ixt.No. 1-N. J of S E t. and the \ of Shot!! ((1000 Pitlrs,) charge from further administration the-re6n. o' ;

the x W. J of' section 17, in T w. S of K, ly E Meu' Unb. I'. L. Brf K"ns.Wen's UETTlS.Adm'f: 'C f

BOOT Also a fine Lot of SADDLES, and lot cambered 3 of beciiou Su, in T :2'ASof welt Brogans. Tampa, May lit,* 1867.' S-Cm._ .:# 1 .
4 R 17 E.. contaiaiug in all 275 60.ion eras.\ Mn', $ P. S.
.. Kip Brogans
-A D- Lot No. 1 and the N W J of the S. K: J \ .) Youth's" Kip M Bro anx .' Notico of Final Sottlemont. : I
Bridles, &c. the of the S W. i. of zee 17 in T UK\ S of U tLadies .
Ladies shall
Buff Bouts I ire. I .
date }
this I
a \isa4'\3 \ ; 19 I:., conuiniiic-: 175: acre!. \ Kid !!Ill Boots.Boy's SIX nt accounts and vouchers to the Honorable '. ,
\ Also I tNo. my
: :III in
> T 29S of R 20 -, Buff P. S. BYo an., Probate Court ff IlillnborougU eonnty.Ha. I '
41 f.<''hM' .
TAMPA FLORIDA. I acr! Misoes Goat Congress: (hi'.ers: for a final settlement on the Estate d ;
.. And the N. W. f tlf trti i.r i 11 viT 2?, S of Ladies Ms-1 Boots ., a 3
work that A Fine Lot of HATS & SHOES.Loth r.anCtI 11 Columbus Stafford,deceased.KLIZABETI1!
20 inioi \
agured that I eau pit up : coi :itIrn t 'r\!? Ladivs Admr.Tampa. "
I lasting V. STAFFORD
VCongres ,
Work of super
fasta.hou. And N L: of I .
wilt please tbs most i hOC 2/iu T 2J: ':<' i f i It 20 East I Ladies Kid Mad Boots.GROCERIES.. tb. 1807. S'grn. -
and warrent.I June
customers con-taiiitif? Ifi't '
done to for Gentlemen and Ladies, acres..itfd I
I every style "Old Peninsular Office." N WJ t-f g-v 1 iu T 29 h of l ,
in thevtlith : 20 E j I tt
Children and ;
1867. & Laities contaiiiine loti acre. I 'Notice. :

And XLi of tee 11 T 29 H ut R 20 C Flonr\rorn, Baron, Lard -CraekfM, Pork "

r-" 4n acres. Pilot Bread, Raiiiai, Soda, Pifklts, agiinat the ., : '
demands t
For Sale s J r, I. * :SKrff. instar J, Pepper Tea toffee, ALL PERSONS ofMilton having W.Johnson! late of Ilipboroc .. .'" I fl -

T"n'I:1l) Fh.? Oct 51" 18G7.( 4J5.. : \ nfar, o.PL riodlfi.Tcbatco h county'J. will present them duly aufhtnticated t' : "
AN granted '. '
Is rCRSUC\GE of Probate. in snd t'JrbW 3o lloncy, Suit, :Mitehes, randy ud without dlaaDd all personaindebted make i : k

by the honorable Ju4eof of FI oriJ.. I !I \ Spiff, Stv to Mid estate are requested to '
Bucket --V
Coffee Pots, < -Fo.a undersigned.
for the immediate payment to the 11. .
Sale! '
bii.der 3 ,
to the higkeat ( .
eel at public auction Shot Guns Rifles Powder Shot and entitled to di.ltfl
will of November next Milk Pans, Mo ure;, .t ctr'CT. creditors persons! '
Saturday tbe 16th I notified that their claims wiHM .
hereby .
on Waterproof caps. are '
.t the Court.Iloasedoor at D"tl1"S. -;. .ill r for silt, Iinproiiin.-T.t- .,f I at'the of twrf *from this s
en uinl: my- 2j. barred expiration: year : '
the aid County at the land renal,, to-hor w-t. uf_ sale V-ol-"r'!! ,.If._..J_ OwTMs I acres ijir.g on the South 1'roii;! of tlfAlafit. : PATENT' MEDICINES. date, unless: U..llltltl! within IIENDEiSO'f.that time. I V it..

w. the. folloriiog dt'feribeJ tLe S. E } of sec 3:1.: and the On the place err i-on.forJHle! I buildings JajL"> Eipctorant, Hair Tonic, AlterativeCar 1V'm. B. 1dalinistrator -

The N the3Esrc:6,9 E r of R ,. S A E. ; ( and a t pl Mijid w..11.f W arf'. A : )U'!'':\i, Tonic tnnirngl 3-SW. ,
SEnf CBCLU1.ltt J3Ct3t1Ct'. Liniment and ir aniti rc Sept :9th ,1e67. +
.ttb a rorti..n of !6 Iru-In .n It's acres : good healthy; ['!An', 1I0ll.t-i>li-t nhd!i l Cattle .t Co t'
Sol).1 for thc betrefit "f the heirs 1 will ..II"t oiube 1\111 4.
less M" :
mare nr ranjje.; r pricesMo Notice.
.1..r..litff'" o'V.. 11. )'. I.te or' "aiJeou..h' and A.! L!l !. 1? : == o'JrmmRi .. _
Call e\aire
the Goods :

..d..4.-.1.d..11iIl It b4'n"f i. a nt\I'I:! J".irtl.1e iml-rurefneneitn.'e.lab I'laca I ,for, yourselves 175 hl'f: l i:-Ki Mock Cattle: and 75 ( ((j IBIJI HAVING DEMANDS AGAINST '. apERSONS

Pit.h} F nd =mile from th. county sitei !"i,,:*.l r.f G'xvl I H I:,:!, of WILLt.UIl-'UIL, late of this .' .
: ,. .nt i"o A. A ALLETf to the. !fJ
((9't \Ptc deceased will
i .f Ullrh..... ,tnv ,11.1 wi lnn:; to purrlnv! pill il.) icunLtI.o ltC'r county, formtloment.lrt'lienthem Tu f hom rel"'OIll" ,
j aueaje OD w"ll to .ol> uu me. undeiW-ncd !
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knowSv.. SUEFIIERD. Corner \Yaihington t Marfan StreetTamT 1FmTIWmlE inJt'LteJT111 please mnkei-aymenti .t
I .. JII.I : I \Vm L. co\v.mvMafia I ( Lo L1.lnlyi s w. G. nltRI? : .. !

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o. ...'.. "" J l"J .. A bashful roung nan escorted an equal CLARKE & CO. In Chancery.r
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A. l-buhCaIJo.DDI lady home.' As they approached In 111' Circuit Court, Southern Jrllifia

f the dwelling of the dame ebe Have just Reoeivtd direct from'New York LOUVRE\ Circuit of Florida, i nand fur.
General Assortment forming a completeand
";*,.,. ;; .I .raid entreatingly. Jehiel', don't you tell new \ tee County

,. ant body,you beaaed me home.' ,"Sary'said John A WilliamS;; 1 '

he emphatically..Moot JOG mind; Ian STOCK OF GOOD'SCounting Ta. > Hill (.- Divnm"
p. M Sweat haTing purchased the ntire
much ashamed of lies are. W
a> you )
Martha Williams
t in of the following articles intere of the late proprietor of this fash- it
i XAMPA,7FLA. part t
( : onable saloon, announces his friends ..ndthe .t BILL HAVING BEEN FILED iu my uftiC'el1iD
k An elderly .maiden who bad suffered W I} thinly rublictha& he will constantly keep tbe above entitled ewer, and :t being

.4 ,,aATI RDAYOct'r', 101k,1eT, disappointment, thai defines the hnman on hand. full supply of ntrytkiny good to made to appear by affidavit, that lh. defeiidantreaides
some Such ae Calico "-'- drink for hot, or cold,wet or dry. Give him beyond the \fHul\ :th. ouiliriii/ i
."' r ITe l race : "Man-a coglomerate mess Prints, .. call and try the fine Wines Liquors, Gin te. Judicial; Circuit towit ir*.h.. :'I.'c ..." .11 U1, "m.>: '
: RooKhttt i IVattjcbty nea.f tobacco-smoke confusion conceit It is .. .' .
*4 of'hair, Ginghams Tampa July 6th 1867. e-tL"ORANGE hereby ordere-l that the d ". l.i (p
111 niter more' deetir you, .-it calf-akin. Woman-the waiter on Merinos Mas- pear,and plead, answer or .I..II.rr... ..h.plainant. >- .

Or of happiness bereave the afonaaid." lin ,De Laines, \ GROVE" HOTEL '\said Hill o- or l lli- I f.ri ,.
you? _
i1. day in August nest tti wi: !.
Jaconets, S w i. or "same I.R.
But 111 die maid .
a to grieve .
rod .
: sconfe sed ;
Muslin, Vie. Lawn., Prvndtd that pnhCeariuPft: !->
"f ". ; : OQ 1- fact that ladies' who TAMPA, FLORIDA. order be made in ....
.j .T naughty, nangaty meal It i ia a ilngular Irish Linen Bareges; ,some newpop pu'-l.:') {

:', : :1' '.. 4 ,.Toam.lta1kof.lo!. andaighlnft know how to preserve ererr thing else,cant Silk. Handkerchief, Fan W B. mroonm, IF'Il'jp>'t'II'o in this Circuit once a.week :.or tbrveron....."

-, 'Say for>> BS jou're slmostdyhg, preserve their tempers. Vet it may easily ev Neck Ties, Edgeings,Insertions -- tin mouths \.R.MCLEOD. "
crt. \
Trim \
;All the bow be done. It is only to keep tbe mouthof 'elvet.Gimp \ -
while'you J9u. ,
.. ... trying mings.Shirtings Sheetings, & HAVING BEEN THOR Manatee County.
To deceive rOil naughty meal the Teasel tightly closed. Drillings-BUach'd A Unbleached TB1snOCSE and refitted is now open TL L. Mitehell. oL for Com pi i

If IOU.want,*kiss or Eater .. -Marlboro'*. 'Hickory Stripes, for the accommodation of visitor Persons April 40th 67. \ Zto .

Ton pat on pour beat behan The ronng lady who, I left tbe table because D nim.,Ticking Check,Scotch Plaids visiting Tampa will find this house a pleasant Bill for Divorce.
-.,t + not dressed entered K'y Jean., Casstmerea, Flannels,Bonnet stopping place, where they can enjoy a climate ; .
the salad "
1. And you looks cf kindaeas savor was 4 Taffety Ribbon., Ladies Belts Buttons unsurpassed in the State. Th table In the Southern- Judicial Cir,", '1' I't r

t 'y ot naughty, naughty meal I into copartnership about a month ago, and Balmorals. A Hoop Skirts,Ladies and Gen win be furnished with all the delicacies of the ida 11& aid for Hilliboronyh t ('II..,,e...
a i all went as merry as a marriage bell, until tleman'a Hooaierv, Gloves Collars, Boot. season. connection with this establishmentis Joseph Harris. 1 J\ '

Oflovcyouset na dreaming, Tuesday night lut; when a quarrel disturbed Shoe. Hats *. c., Misses A Boys Shoes A Hats, one oi the finest Orange Groves in the Southern u V InChw terv.. ,;
e And whenwitlt hope ws're teeming; the "even tenor of their ways in Coats Pants vefta, Under.Over L B ..birta.I I Country. Leonora HarrisA .

W. find yoa are but scheming; reference to a pair of slippers, she declined m Tampa, Fla, Augnst 17th. 1867. 17 tf BILL hiving! been fi-K! in my offir in

Tou naughty, nanghty men 1 to sleep in the loom with them as they t> the are entitled! CI';:. '. auk it bell;
f .. a fortune Saddles Bridles, Bit, Halters, Martingales wale toappearbv tli\t the ,iJotnlalltr.I. d
u we inherit, were fellows.BAJTMCTTCT.. Girth.. Stirrups, Bran rt Mexican STEVENS HOUSE. ..4 beyond til* limit of tlV, outhrrJc '

; _. .Ton see la n every merit spun, Horse Collar Ac., &e., dnial Cil uit. to-wit-ia the My* Itf M h nIt Ilu.d.
21,23, 25 & 27 Broadway, N. 7.Oppwitr .,: tliAtl.o
i ill ordre
And yon call os girls of spirit; .-Through the courtesy of m 4L ThWI& hercbj Irrrndant .. '
o Df'icltni rr do and l r\ot
!t1l. appear pleu.l You naughty,naughty Dent Ur.Barnes, Deputy U. 8. Marshal for the Pocket Table Knives Files ON 'J liE F.fltOI'EA.V: PLAN. to the (tO'npiiiiiant'! bill uu or\>fore the

'" And when married,hew you treat cs, Northern District of Florida we have seen Door Pad Locke Axes Trace Jir-t monday September next or le un.f'will .
Chains, Hoes t>Shovels ani'd T HE STEVEN: :* HOl'SKM( i well and wi.L-le be t .k<'niji corifeW\I.! /'rot-itl'd tit ;publicatiun t
Of each fond wish defeat us, A telegram from T. W- Osborn Esq., Register screws A Tacks Drawi'g kuuwntothetrarelingpuhic. ,TinIvna, (If t.lf! t>rJer !.. nude in *omAn :w t

... ;: And- some will even beat us, in Bankrupcy, adjoining the meeting Knives,Hatchets Gun tion is fjfi-cially suitable to rth.iiiU 1 paper| ; publishctl: in this Circuit f-r'threcon.

i!". T'oDbugUY"lI&ught'meal' of the creditors of the Alabama and Flori Caps Fry Pans. Tea bUlinf'IIlDcni! ; it is in el04I" proximity till srcutive lI1.tuth. : .-
bu"iiici of the cit\ thr huhwar
Kettles, Iron I'ou, part -ion J. J. rUVEXS. Cierk. ,
0 "Toa taU QS from cur mothers da Railroad Company until the 26th of of{southern and VTestrr travl and .t': 1
Bake!;; Ovens, 4c :i nlj.uWtto A Alien Complt'soLMay .
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1 '; Whsa you get. ..flirt with others, .. *. -. 1.
'; bis 4QB W4 Il The Stevens house has liberal accommodations .
g ouDaugh&IDaughtlmol)1 !
'), .- _season of the year, Tubs Pi f fins. Churns, Sieves rooml. BrassBound for over SUM guest_it is well furnishedand :Notice''& .

.. :,' :' d'a. Bat with all your fsalts.ome clearly with many of our lady readers are annoyed Toy, Flour & Well Buckets Horse potsesM entry modern improvement for f f'
Brushes A combs, Axe Hehes Ac. the entertainment ot its inmate. The rooms HOE ISI>F.P.4iDi'( > JOla..lki.. s ire ,
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: Love :you wicked fellow.dearly, with freckles. They wilt thank us for and well ventilated 11 I
i A a are spacious -provided t>.r9'1!! ie., .'.'.Vi by oalln j"i no .3.3 I .
Tes, they dele realty, fL'eWA with and water-the attendance is
upon you simple way of removing them which is to gas prompt a etthnnt. oi.ce I
Say you'r dear delightful meal! and respectful-and the table is generously H., L t ITf'IItI.L t j
And so we can't distress take powdered saltpetre sod apply it to Pans Pal's! Plates;;Buckets cops, eoffeepo1ltDip provided with every delicacy of the season .rs .! one 13th 1S47 tfNitice > t .
., you ..
s vt moderate rates.
the affected with tie moistened
We only meant to jest you parts finger /
And if kind, we'U say oh I Lieu yon 1 and dipped into the powder. This is 17-17 6m.
aug Proprietors.
Plates-Tea, Breakfast 0 You naughty,dear delightfuljmen I the whole proceeding wbtn'properly dooe A Coffee sets Bowls Platters Pitchers \

: # #- and j judiciously repeated, it will remove all\ A
J, ... Ipecac Useless says that. eating ground the freckles. Syrup Pitchers, Salt Cellars: & THE WATCUVTOR D OF SEW" ORLEANS ; : not to throw down or' 'ny I's. .
Kerosene Lamps.GEOCERIES.: Fence.near Ft. Meade. FlriJu li *- .Pe ;t.
a .. .ghm.giro one a ponnaneat pn io his _._.. BY does throw said fence dowu 1 l.e: ahe ..r "
}.. I toauch. Mae Maalox SOCTBWOODo Punished according to law. tl "
A Richmond tolls the '"
following : "
paper : JULll"r.rex .":
.. ackers, Cheese Pilot Bread. Butler Rai -- i
temperate id diet Our first parents A young African, wanted to go on the suns. Almonds, Pecans, Candy, Soda Price U 00. July SOt h. 18 '1. \ ._ I.I.:
; r. ate themselves out of house and home. ladies car yesterday. The conductor told Pickle. Mustard P.'pperpice, ---o-. Notice.ALL >;

.. I. .. .. s --- him it"was for white people. "I doea'nt Tea Coffee SugN Soap,Candle This interesting work written from real 'I ''i"'i"I

. .. '"b Neverifretshout what' you can't, help, sue if it am'returned Ebosbin, "! ain't atall Matches, Smoking fc experience, by a Lady of New Orleans will PERSONS INDEBTED to meuar t t
,Tobacco. & always command attentive perusal, and bea for the minor heirs ol Job, J. ll4>0"I I
Chewing ,
; j < .becavsfl it won't good. Never and leer ride wid 'J
d.M0a nay proud, un jet Kerosene Oil. valuable heirloom in every family; being a deceased are hereby nolih'ed to 9-,e fr I
,frst about: wliattyon can help; because i if .white folks as wid sum mean niggers I Also Combs faithful portrayal of facts relative to Butler' forward and settle up. If they Jo 1.01 I wil I 1'
-Perfumery, Cosmetics
barbarous treatment to the ladies of New Or .
f: J' .. t .you caaihelp-it, do so.< knows He di<1'nt. ride though. The conductor Brushes Pens P"Pr & Ink and leans. Books sent by mail on receipt of price. be compelled tocommenre: ;suit.JULIUS r.I<' .ER. i I r t ].

would not permit him to conde.aoend. ,various other a r ticles. Address Mrs. Souihwood. Gua'-'inn. I f.
s ., Confederate General Louis T. Wig- P. O. box 2484. New Orleans. La. 2Wh 1867. : .
: fall, formerly United States Senator from I Having just opened our Stock we are -July-- -- .Ut.J. }.
the Slate of Trxas, is, about entering upon ._. prepared to 1,1at\ as low prices' as !goodscan Model School for Young Ladles. ,, :\ : !

the practice( of lav la England, in coonso A Quaker gentleman riding inL. carriage : be bought in the place. Our Termsare \i ., \ i..J.
CASH Produce. Call
ron with. AraericaoAn cues. with fashionable lady decked with a or Country ANDREW STORE HOUSE: and two lot ''rl}
j, -. and See for Yaurttlvtt, at my old Stand, A let! ic a most desirable I'.u.t i ofT'",, j '
profusion of jewelry, beard her complain corner of Washington & Marion Street, itI
j oU account of Titles ) ioii .
lady ,reading an a FEMALE pn." unquftionabl ; jH s glvrn I
'p .: : of the cold. Shivering in her lace bonnet Tampa Fla. Nov. 10,20 tf. COLLEGE .t the time of sale.AdJrefS '
I distinguished. old lawyer who was said to :'t
Clrru mllT. GA ,
and shawl I cobweb she t
1 'r be the father of the New York bar,exclaim-- a light as a exclaimed JUST RECEIVED A FINE STOCKGroceries QF Will fitter upon lit ntrt School fear, fun Jay, Dr A. !S. MC1IEXIVA.: ", .7

'Poor he had dreadful of : October, 7. Florida HoueJT4mM.| Fin. I
t1 .ed: man a set It'"l _
r "What shall I do to warm T t .
children.. get : ,..... ? I.: La'

11 _.. "I really don't know," replied the Qua. SUPERIORfaeilitie.are offered. Young STOLEN. .

t ): 'You look,' said an man to a pale ker, solemnly, "unless thee put on another 't' The Teachers and Managers (fourteen in .. }

number) represent all churches aid for thoroughness mv residence on the iiiifht of
haggard smoker,'as if you had got out of breast-pin !1" From .
., I --. -.. ._. -_ in their respective departments of 16th ol April. 1867. s mall of
to light cigar and couldn't HARDWARE, horse. (stallion) about 9 JLt
your grave you A HOG HOOFS. The cannot be surpat'ed.The bay year t f
in Verg nnes
find back again.4 'I course of studs is most extensive and old ; pony built and has a smelt Maze ir h;. '.,I
your way
a .. Vermonter tells the following ludicrous I CROCKERY-WARE, complete. French German Music Drawing face. 1
t and Tainting Departments offer superior in A liberal reward will be ricer .oi lli.livery .. <]I...
1i J 'We see, said Swift, in ODe of his most story : A few days since a lady residiug ducements. of the horse to n>e at mrin1. c. i

sarcastic moods, 'what God thinks of rich. in the eastern part of the State* having' BOOTS AND SHOES. Physical training::, the Needle, the Cuisine, ten mile south of l;.iK>V ,iIe! .-r hu.: ... .): ',"':.

e g :s by the people be gives them to! just returned from an evening's entertainment and the Normal School Departments very motion in regard to him no tint I can !g.4'.ri .;l : i'
.. Ready Made Clothing, &c. perfect.Boarding. I will pay 1 huudrel I I>OHM! :'t.r a.v i .fr- ,
bearing a noise on the back stoop- House No. 1 in all respwtn. Small mation that will convict the thiefADALINEVHIiFlELI- a .
..- DCUSTK&S.-The Radicals refuse to al. Which I will sell low for Cash. girls and young ladies will alike tind it home .>. .r

low deserters to Tote and bold office,in the a long and very narrow one-she stepped JOHN. JACKSOX.f.( indeed. Brooksville April 16th 1867. 52: ,:

'" North. It U a little singular, but they out to ascertain the cause. At the further Tamp Naovl., 7. 30 t Cuthbert is one of the healthiest and most i

end she discovered the intruder in the beautiful towns South. JPair >
scarcely allow anybody elM to rote or hold HAVE JUST KECEIVKD.: per Jnhr. '*a The divipline of the College i' one of it* Notice
r.: office. in the South. shape of a good sized hog. She at once I rah Helen" direct from New York, and offer hief attractions. Th! officers ol the Collegere V

.r assumed belligerent attitude and com for sale at the old stand of KK.IMDT ek thoroughly :Southern
.'* V DARLING, for CU.ll Olllf, small, well assorted Charges unusually moderate. Send for I hereby caution all persona from .v
A Lady was felling a young man ot a weaned screaming "Wheel I Whee! Tbe stock aatalogue driyine, borinir.'ellioior! ..hppin; ; ,.

child a bw weeks old, whose grandmother hog took the alarm and made for the door ofDRY GOODS.STATIOJ.YERY. A. L. HAMILTON 'nttle. II the following mart an.. ) hrai .!_ It I
.. Upper and under 1 bit in ..nt' i : .
old. The :.r a.-' fl"; -
.was only thirty eight yean and, discovering the largest space to be CUTLERY Sep'tl4th. Pres't. t 7 o. ; Ihe tber-BranJ..J D, and 6 ".:1,.. : : I
young moo replied that was nothing. H* SCHOOL BOOKS. longing to me.I'ropmid f.t
'. knew whore between the lady's two feet, pitched for LINES k FISHHOOKS THE "AV.' AIINm 1
A young lady grand'childrea TWINES [ upj-r ah'J 'p1- in on* ear !t..;. 1'.1. ,
.Mere not born yet. that, and she instantly assumed a horizon CHEWING TO I i3LL7r,77 'split in I -Jed, JI l P. tAltoeroprwusplits I .

'.. 'e I II I tal position and movement for the door. $A CCO.ADAMANTINECANDLES. I8I mlL1J]1 f.I'.. the of in each.;> e.r-L.:", !'. .,1 ";

Squabble, an old bachelor, shows his PERFUMERY. .. |i pn-prrtv Post i.i:>'i 1.1' i'
But, to'prevent a premature elopementshe : ) :: u a 3I 41'EWSI'A Any r..r'.n f"ull.liturhir! ;: the a. nee war: .
stocking which be has just darned, to a kc.l ant! c..ul.will be"proseci ted acurdin \f

'mMdea lady,who.contemptuously! remarks. caught bold of a post, and her ho opt rf-c, [L -C to'law. .

:e "..1>>r81t) good for a man-darner. Where caught. the bog. His swineship found C "c. I i'EII I'AXIEL : .\:;AII.tS. !
t" Key West 'I\rd1.! .
upon Sqtabblea rejoins "Good enough for himself at once incarcerated in hoops.Then .- of the quality and price which will please- '

4 of' a woman, ,darn her.". Give me a call PUBLISHED AT \\XX.\II.laO
1.. a. came the Itr.ggle.omu'a de IICXRY PROSE LAND '
September 1st. '66. 19tf. Large..t Circulation in the City C
; I ). (' A.very religions old lady being asked termination against bog's will-a contest U:1ty I.

,+ >-i' her opinion of the organ of a church, the not unequal but as persistent as it was The Yer Lt. tRI OFFICIAL rM-ER OF TUB C1TT. -AN IFOIS.1LE)- .

I. } fist fuse she bad ever seen or beard one ludicrous.;. The noise brought the lady's Best Advertising EHn Medium. Plantation. ::

; ..... replied : mother to the scene, but what could she '- ,\ -
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r 4 "" ... 'j," "It is a pretty box of whistle, but oh! dot although the squealing of the pig OF FRESH CORN AND FLOUR AND A Trl.Wee. ..$10$e per" year" I 1 i I.. .

I, x : : f ifs aa awful way to spend the &bbath I" and the positive assertion that she Should, general a fine assortment assortment of of Provisions togetherwith Weekly. .J3.. At I WILLbELI. TO TilE!: Hill ';rtt ,-

be killed" hard for a fond mother to La1J..r the 1 +ir I
was 8. WMASO vat on ii' ;
I. q I pressed her gentle form to me, and, Dry Goods, U.rd..are.HaLe. November I'Utta'uco. : .f.. W f
0 hear without lending ass:stance. A compromise 4 Cap Boots & Shoe, Editor & f .J
Propri jfor.SHISA of fI\) .I Lard washabout 1\
>> whispered. in her ear, if, when I was far baddlcrv; Family Medicines : Hug uci I
s I was unavoidable) and, to effect 120: acres clearel aji J n..7. ; i n. l
::: r away, for me shewotld drop a tear! I ? Tobacco it :Snuff: Salt, .I thin plantation lies tw. Inl., "- us. ': ; i"
paused for words throbbing : this, the hoops was unfastened, and away Pickle Mu t..rd. n ICJEI (! JE yule, and contain e. rue of th. I'Xt ..1' ;. I.
some cheering
t -
my went his in his at. Catsup Sauce, I land in Urnando conit,) ;lien :a ." ,
arrayed new
t : heart to cod! and with her pigthip, Pepper, ,.. .. t
: b rosy lip Spice 4i dwelling house and ell the cecr< rjr at bolibea '

c i':' t. she said.: '0h,.Ike, you're such a fool !' tire. Sugar, T I!" Coffee, G. W. DILL with fine Peach. Grape, P'.ou; Mulberry 1 I -
r Matches and Baooana orchids on the plc*. i
.1 /0' :w 'Sir/ said an trdi A German writer says a young girl is a Kerosene Oil, J. JtUT TtER. Master I will also sell com s*vea W sight i i

1 ignathusband to a fishing rod, the eyes are the hook, tbe Perfumery PLY REGULARLY I WEEK mules and horses, carriage. w 'g.>... h r

w i j b miles*{ritad,'you hare abused my bopitality. *- smile the bait, tbe lover the gudgeon, and Combs Brushes dc., WILL ports of Tampa and if*" Orleans, Carts farming utensil. Cern and r..1 l f.
l baT kicked the And a great m any articles to numerous to via Manatee For der and everything o c '*ary t'* tar: v f
I you down stairs fried.
me marriage batter in which be is mention all of I will nell a& greatly reduced freight or passage apply farming. Any person wjihine; to boy n" ;; '
f .. i "- and you hare, kissed my wife before my ---- .....----- prices for Cub or Country rroau e. The to Mr. L. G. COVACEVICH Tampa, Capt. i tation in South Florida will !lose s d.,J] .I on '

face. Bewaresir A few more such out 'Little boy should be seen and not, Jill sot n/rr tnytttf bt .. BRADY at Manatee, or to the Captain on by not attending the above .al... -
beard,' replied yoangtter when he didn.t 1 J, S.' board. 1 Terms made knows on day of ule"! a

; ; .4_ t rages,, and by Jove, you'll rouse the' lion. !J' know his Imon. JUt 8th 1867. 7 tt t"old'i June :22d? 3m T M."B. 110\'KEI'. .
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