The Florida peninsular

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The Florida peninsular
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Place of Publication:
Tampa Fla
Thad. C. Andrews
Creation Date:
November 3, 1869
Physical Description:
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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.F CALENDAR. 1 I I An Appeal for the Removal of the Keys to Success.OPL174S A Fighting Editor. An Egg StoryAt'Big miscellaneous. '- -
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I I CoulctlernTc Dend atGeUsbunr.By .. ., The proprietors of the'Boston! Saturday Foot there is: and has been forseveral A young woman dropped dead on the (

: -I i i1 corr :si'0iil' <'hi.and other means it Evening/ Post have recently engaged the streets of London from lacing.
:;. -. : OF MILLIOXAIRS, ETC. years! a flourishing! society of Sev tight "j .
_ .. :... "1 .!. l 1:" :., :: << <: ... III ha betn brought& to the special attention .. services, as a permanent fixture of their
-1 '\ .. .. I. "'C <: "c* en-Day Baptists. As a community, theyare A man in New York kicked a woman L :
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I 9.";: a s .. 3 a e 4 jf the 1)II"wovdIemorial\ Assk-iati.n establishment, of a lighting editor. They .
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honest industrious and and
:y ::: ., a z thrifty ; in the mouth, knocking eight of her teeth : ; .4 J
tf ( "I"l of nH bra-Mid that three thousand Man is like ball. Leave him thus t the fact
'' 'Jz. 1.' IZI' If \'r over : a snow announce : the members are noted fur their conscientiousness out. She has recovered $2,000 damages. .-- r _, ....
-= ::- / :: ;: 1 2 CiJllft'( ,rati soldiers are buried en t Lti lying in idleness] against the sunny fence "11'ehave the suhlin pleasure\ to an- in matters of deal. 'Squire
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11 ( -I / I Ic the laltlo-field; of i If and nil t the good that is in. to the State constables Two men have been fined S100 each / ? -
0; '1 III :s r. "i K9. scar GettInrg. ( prosperity, nounce deputy ; Bell (who used to live among them) tellsa i '
...I'I'I U 15iltl I 17k I' II I t2 I" It ,U 16 L'avid Wills, Esq., I'rvsidtin nf> the him melts like butter ; but kick him around and all others interested, that we have engaged good story to which ho was personally' in Baltimore for exhibiting" women in dan:2,: i' 'T -..:".'

I 21 17 IS n "tl t2 23w Katiucal' Cemetery Company, says !in a. and he gathers strength with every 8ue.'I' at: an immense salary one of the: knowing illustrative of this characteristic. cing. the "Can-can. ., .
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ffi1l12&1 11!' 4 35 36 27 t& 35 I' letter to Gen. Fitzhugh Lee : "'1 here pas i'I'evasive-! revolution, until he grows into an indispensable adjuncts to an independentnewspaper
I J1i5j26)'tllt'l") :' '12' a ,4 : I never been i any action by the Hoard: of avalanche.: To succeed, lOU must keep establishment, to-wit-a fighting .. and as it it i is customary in the country high authority on its special topic, puts t \ t : ; ;;
9IllIII13' I Managers of the Soldiers' National Cemetery editor.' This course has !been taken the at about the figure as "_'
0 $ II 14" E I moting. I I the two families were in the. habit of bog crop same .... ,_ :
e 15 IB 17i1b! I "t1 1416 17 1> 19: :') : Company here in reference to the The vrorid-reno\vn.-d Rothchilds ascribe by us in order that we may have: an equal exchanging those little customary civilities last y't"llr. -., ;0\ t .<, :.

3t 24.311..I V "t1t 1. :d,. ,:8 t1 12222422G27 is ::lu: 'I 1 j i I disposition:l of the remains of the Southj t their success: to t that Mtowii.g rules : Be I Ij I show with all belligerents who desire to I I common to people of like faith and Butler was "interviewed." He, wants j '-
29 so j era dead lying ou this battlt-fit-IJ. Xcilli i I off hind: j1nakc! a bargain at (,11<.'1*. Never get satisfaction for anjthing we "
j proper
J 4 ; generous "gold to he l made article of merchandise. -
J 11 i J I iml'u1I'tos-h b" 4, i, 8 ,:1 111 4i, 7 5.eit I II er is there any action centcmyljtcd.The I have anything to du! with' an unluckyman may) say. The! gentleman engaged: for 1 I exchanging works, etc. One day when ." He adores a metallic currency.Ho .- .<< _
Ix !1'1 li ISjaaintss charter; of the Association provides only or plan. I5c cautious and bold. this infirm; us: that. he has beenin '
:: ; : ;1 11 : purpose Mrs. Smith called on Mrs. Jones, the latter ; i is in love with gold and spoony on.sil '1; \. _
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t tiQf 1!I 1: 2 23 l 25 for the interment of the remains of those David Ricardo, the political' economist, the business: for some fi t\'tn years, and chanced: to remark that her hens were. ver. ;: .
who fell in defence of the Union. had what he called his own three golden' that he i is fully compete to attend to all 'I not themselves with : .\

I ia f : :: "There should be something done with rules, the observance which he used to j the duties required of him. As a recommendation II'I conducting; none of them inclined to strict lay,propriety but i. whose It i U feet said are of immense a very ,hansome"She's. verypretty woman- .; "\

1. the remains of Southern soldiers. Thereare press on hid frit-nds. 'l'heJ" Never J I he informs: us: that during his all wanted: to set. ; but she completely the ordinary ,
about COO marked and these : refuse 'an opinion when can it.- as fighting editor of various upsets ..
graves, you get j farcer newspapers hWh)', said Mrs. Smith, "it's just( the 1 system of measurement by proving that .
are fast becoming obliterated. _Their. Cut short your losses. Let your profits he has: sucecded; in biting: off some other way with mine; they all persist in two feet make a yard." -- r.; _

Tax Tuns for iaterting CrJin this Directory names might be .preserved, and the re- rnn on. sixteen noses and forty ear, gouged out ,' laying, but none can be induced to set- ,
fur ODe year, $4.ATTORNEY. mains gathered together into a cem- I John Jacob Astor, when requested to nearly forty eye having them! now all I I would like to bring over some eggs and It is rumored that there will be a modification t if ;

.;: ---S *l' AT LAW. etary or burying; ground, if any one furnish incidents of his life, replied, 'my nicely presened in a glass bottle, which set them under one of your he'ns. of the French Ministry, and that ': ::
-_ would take the matter in hand." actions make my life." he is willing to exhibit to any one who I This was at once agreed to and the Rouher will return to the Cabinet with a '; ;;,

H. U MITCHELL Attorney at Law.mJ So- Their trusted chief, Gen. R. E. Lee, Stephen Girard's fundamental maxim desire it. He also inform us that, besides' eggs duly furnished and hatched. In due liberal programme. !

fccitor ia Eqnitrin *' whom they followed and fighting under was! "take care of the cents, the dollars being a good biter, he has broken several time, Mrs. S. reclaimed the brood, and Senator Morton, it is said, is preparing : -

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plan of removing their budeis:I 10'ciur own llnbert Bonne-r, who made a fortune'' in He has also killed six men by throwing dorklns. tion, which he intends to hurl at the head I -"
HENDERSON & HENDER5OK, AttorneysSt four of the New York them out of the editorial window and of the Senate as soon as it meets.
". Law tml KoUrw* Public.Office \ soil.The j yearsout Lcgvr, at- j A year or two afterward, Mr. Jones ,
4\ -corner of Wbitirg: and Franklin U IIo1l\fI'\j tal Memorial As:tit-:Iat bun_ I ri'i'iies' his success: entirely to his "per: has; brokenthree, spinal columns by knocking sold out, and followed the star of empire The condition of Admiral Farragut is '.

Matter have: the iit.piition to uinlertaki xhi se tent, repeated, and generous! adu-rLs- : the owners down several flights of westward. He had settled with all the greatly improved, and his physicians now J:

6Y. C. CRAFT Attorney at Lau and work, but do not pnswss the ability unitesgewrjusiy ) : :ling"m i |I t.irs.:! He is an infidel, and has no fears neighbors, Smith among the rest, and have strong hopes that he will fully r&I r"'
t: Office in Chaaeery.In the Conn' UOUM.MERCANTILE.. aided fl y friends throughout the Ainos Lawrence said, when asked fort of a hereafter. started on his journey. When he had cover his health. I .-
bouth. They oiler in t advice "1- base actions "Aggritvt.l. parties who desire a fic-ttle- .
ample grounds : ourlg man, upon Ii i ij got about a half a mile out, a thought On had
.__ their cemetery, and also the aid} of their j principle{ ; f'rt'"t'tyour! iuteg- ;, lilt LL: an? her-,y notified: to apply to him struck him, and he turned :Lack.: HaItI for $200 Wednesday in they in the a prize of Boston.fight I :......

association to prosecute: the work, should lily of character, and :a doing this, never j at' our tlice at !any and t they nill! be I ing at the door of the astonished Smith, I II The which a room lasted city +; .
GRlXTACKAFTD. in Dry Goods it IKJ found practicable to remove the bodies reckon to the cost." :aeci'ininoCatcil.! .: (Our associate; : ;is a little: I!I he reminded him that in their settlement. fight, thirty-six minutes .".

Groceries.: Grain. Hardware.. Clothing, ic.OppotiU : to Richmond.To I Many a man has: lust' being: a great man OUT s-\en feet high: ; his ago' is: one item was: f rgottt'n."What's was brought to a conclusion by the break "I 1 : '
of of of the i ,
Florida house.E. ing an arm one corabattants.' I
the accomplish this purpose, means by splitting, into" two middling oies.n- ;, and he weighs one hundred\ aLI.Iix'')' that T said Smith. -

A. CLARKE do CO..Dealers in )Dry Good, must be raised by the earned efforts of Philip-. j l I'ouiuK.. He lives on raw beef exclusively : ; "Well, yon know," said Jones, "your I After A. T. Stewart had cancelled S3940 ,- _,

Hardware, jBiniture, Wood-Ware Groceriea the survivor of the Confederate army, John Freedley's never-varvirg motto : and i is never fed enough:: at any (I:1: {' ., vife had some eggs hatched by one of worth of stamps: on his deeds of the .
,. addlerr. Clothing. Ac. the mothers and sisters and and tiuio take his.. :: f rHe llempstid Plains property, he discovered !
fathers, was : "Sttfdepeidenceandst! 'reliance.: i iHe to : away appetite >! .:.> wife's In'r;>, u.d I dind't think of it
Marion street
Comer W biugton t brothers, and frierd of the plain. Kvery says : "observttiuas t tlru'ih( ; ifc: .-atjisfy I was! tom, in i'ijrhting} : !I' -. .' U.: "gi.: I; VvUn we !settled:' that he was required to use only 394: in ,

c. L. FRIEDELE. Dealer in Dry Goo.U. Clothing Southern, State has representatives' :> at uie that at least t nhuvti&iii; .* of those<< j county, Arkansas: and tvir i u ; "That's s,,;' said Smith, "how much stamps. : __

"3 : : T.i>kM Notion. Hardware, Crockery, .Gettysburg. Will not active men and most successful in business: start iu life cr. brvu.I ought it to bl Y'' Miss\ Murphy has: been jumping: again.

\ Uroeerie. Patent Medicine women, in every city,and town, and county without any reliance except, upon their I' "lIe proposes! to conduct his "Well,", "I've been think She jumped for one hundred and fifty dollars t

i *. Corner W hiturU>a.A Franklin it.reet at once-volunteer to collect"a send own heads and bauds-hoe their own row ment on the barber's plan : Crstcomii, first: ing it over;; mId I guess it ought to be a side with Miss! Maggie Fisher, at 1

L. O- COY ACEVIC1I. U* Ier tn Western Pro- contributions fIn from the jump. sl'rn'd.11 orders w;! executed !: about :sever: ct-iits." Dorchester, and cleared eleven feet seven t

: 4nee. Groceries i Confocuonarie*, Uatdvre. thi way we may gather those Nicholas Longworth; the Cincinnati :and gentlemen can e:;.:i'nitae a map Smith!! paid) the money, and Jones wenton and a half inches ; Miss Fisher's distance j _

; : .. S40YH .te: "Who base (the nag\ of our natioi/e Trust millionaire, says : "I !have alwajs had of Mount Auburn Cemeteryviae! wait- his way rejoicing.: being ten feet eight a half inch 's. ...

McK. '* old .tatu!. And fell, in lli. caull>.).Ui iost still. just; two thing! before me; do what you undertake ing fur their turn. :-jtr.l'lJ!. :I>: ::!b:,!.-;, -,-.- \- ... _ A negro# named: Wisdom Scott, confined t

.. W. G. 1LILI Agent.; Dr.ler in Dry G'.o! .k 1 (iatht t+the ahrttepluin curl j!HS: ivwuOYrtnany thoroughly. Be faithful in all accepted cd first. suckers m. xt, ::1i t'r shah iudi:;- GOOD Pit"cK.-The- in jail at Somerville: Tenn., for dragging 1-
| Cod Gazettehas I
trusts.t iiiit.t: members of the dramatic profession': : Cape
& from her
Froui tinny a grave: that 'lie iso lone ; a young lady horse while ,
"Alliance" tine of Meamer*. 1'. ' the noted exhibitor will be attended to. Weapons (.'() the following instance of pluck and I
Without a name au.l uitnout a !!tOLe.I ascribed II1"J.nt-1 out riding with bar mother, add attempting \ ...:
and '
5tor.-corau VTaahiugtou I I Gather the. .uothern.lain." his success in uccuii.ulathig a ly on hand, for which then will persist c-ncej to violate her person, was taken from i

tlreeui; Mrs. GEO. W. RANDOLrn, millioadollars in ten years, to the uolin.i-; charge lie will not undertake to give I: On the eVening of the gale two young jail Friday night by a mob and hung. t

; JOn r JACKSON, Dealer in Dry Good Mrs. U. E. LEE, ted use printer's ink. explanation after/ the first interview, for men of West Sandwich, named Gibbs,
;' I Hardware. Tinware, SoUont, Groceries, Mrs. J. L. M. CUHRT. John Randolph said : "Mr. Speaker.I .- the reason they will not be required.: went out in the.bay fishing in a dory.- While stacking fodder in a field] on the I Iprt'mises

CroeJ. 'rj-war*, Saddlery _Ac.IL : Communications, and remittances have found the philosopher's stone ; it i is Loft noses, ears, &c., will bo properly' labeled The gale coming upon them, carried away of Mr.\ Black, about two mile I .
may east of Brownsville Tenn. last
their sail and their boat Saturday
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upset they clinging
and for future -
'' 1 PROSEUS Dealer in Dry Goods Hardware be sent to Mr*. G. W. Randolph: Kk-h- 'Pay as you go. put away 'i evening, a man named Floyd
to the negro was
wreck. One of them who
of friends. Dead bodies; t
Tinware. Stationary, Groc..rie.le. I mond, Va.Southeni. A. T. Stewart; merchant printeofNewt. relereiice properly -
Deryioq'sotdet.nd. ". buried at relative's expense. j could swim, divested himself of his boots struck by lightning and instantly killed.-
A i .; abilities how J
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: Kennedy : are respectfully ;, says : o '
papers requti Persona who the : of \
the unfortunate
i took saw body
an oar and :struck> out for the shore
-is and substantially
J. S UnilTdSY, Dealer ia. Dry Cr_U. (;1' '- :U-d to copy this: appeal: ; at vice. and di.l. tan coin.iuud success without iutcnsc I' "His department; and elegantly | which was about a while distant 'I negro say that every bone in his I .
is forbusiness telling
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l .*. lla'dwa-e. Tinware, t u<;"e"j&o-", ;:tints (claims: upon' the geii..-rows public."We lab ir and perVevt rng: application.!: lIl.t.lllh now open) the other' who could not swim to body was crushed almost to atoms, and _
IM.I|| wholesale! and retail. cling
I "Half the failures in life arise from the : ,
t Saddle..AI.lit- ) ,cb ell'li e Df,01. 1 -. .._- pulling; in oiie's horse: : as he is leaping.?' "J'. S." When not fully engaged at our to the wreck and he would save him. After yet his flesh was unbroken. t

copied from the New Orleans Picayune Chapin. -1 office, contract can be mtt1t'ith him for reaching the shore, ho constructed a Paper petticoats with blood and thun : <

F. BRAS Git.Z .- ) r-geua.l't.rtfcPuycicuu. a few days ago some facts obtainedby "The world estimates! men by their any other newspaper office that may re raft, composed: of several rails, which he der novels printed on the suburbs, arc!! to t
>.*lar 'in Drug tad eJj.ih""*. I I8Ul''e's quire his services." secured with: his }pants by tearing them be i issued in London the
r "' More-Waetunytoa sir<.(. opj> Ferris. the Southern Historical Society in life, and by general const-tit, sue weekly same ,as t '
fur the
Ever strips' purpose launched it and other light literature. The will
cess is: evidence,? of superiority.:- : --' any boys
from General S. Cooper, concerning the started t to the cf his I
rescue .
MSCtLLAN! OU8. ett.. A Goose Story. companion. have their, heads turned upside down ,
number of men in the Confederate armiesat "There is like fixed worse by these deadly than by
: nothing a stoutlysinir I Three winters nr.d weapons, I
: ego, on a stormy
IL K. f.tiscksmith' Wl lwright, Buggy !: various: times. The New York Tribune with an honorable purpose. It dig ; fMnpestuous! evening in autumn' a friend, I II raft When. within a few rods of him the dime novels, and ,tht'Y'in rather like to ...:.
Maker toe. way dashed! } to piece' He clung to .
iiop-Headcf Franklin .trt.t- I II copies I the aine htatement, and avows I j ninc-s\your i nature and insures your success. I then residing in Arkansas, had his attention !."One of the rails t told his companion' to peruse ; ...
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its t le'.ief: In its substantial correctness but -lll'('<.:her. attracted I))' a loud and singular An absent-minded!< : merchant: of New 1
: hang ou to the boat: and struck out for !
H. WElSSUl;OU, .-- noise in his yard. Going out he saw a I j the ; Orleans: drrs was probably llII'ld to do BO ciore by shore. He then constructed( another
y.n.iet-toter of Meddle* and na"" Jdlr Girl t
i and took f
ii large flock of geese overhead: steadily morning, a walk before break- .l
i the opportunity) to tnatte a good lick atCifiiral launch, with boards, which: he secured f by
'I[ It i1? a wry painful spa'ctafle in famili**, winging their flight southward, and on ; his fast. lie was surprised that every lady .
J. KFLETOUElBakir !! tearu'g drawers info : and few
1 ." and dealer in Confcctiorric <- McCl-.ILn. than astern regunl; for I whr} th- n..\ ti.-r is drudge, t to see the the ground lay :a large gray go.' '''. seemingly nails. : With this he started strips for' the wreck a he met looked at him so closely and blushingly 1-

and Glocnia 1 I the wIth of history.: We copy Iroui thu: J.t".etaers! elt-gaiitly thetas.-d, m-liuinj at : : in 'the agonies of death. (HI exam.I'! and when within, a short distance: of the, but found out whatf: the mater

HV VB OMMMfelW H BHMMMM M BB MWM-M aMBW B V M WW. -Tr ll:<;:."-.. I 'Ih.-ir. ease! with! tinirtiruning: their music, : illation he found one of the wings broken, ': boat the when he got home, and his wife
| raft .
.Ji SWEAT. Dealer: F waily Gioctues.: I j th.-ir work mid ?bird wounded in iriou was again demolished\ by him that he bad left his
fancy 4;J\.J\ thir reading, biguiluig the : v : > places. I the pantaloons at ;
We hdt."wthe; above to 1 bo, substantiallycorrect. waves. 1'e now took to the wreck
( 19 J. FEE OH, Jeweler A Auctioneer. OppositeStor I Tl.ortwere !! I !! themselves! of tII' of hours, days! r r.tntl : From'the nature: of t the inj'irii! it was j cut thlo anchor and the wind home. Comments are superfluous e '
jrr"a having
many : : rope|
Drug *. \Aetks: and never dreaming of t their supped, have }been hurt in a squabble i I
; hands that fought (and foragedn) 'their I abated! drifted ashore: where the boat was An E\Ts\"i(', Ind., editor speaks a \
I responsibilities ; but, as a neiessary: consequeiiee with its/: companion. j jThe '
:: -- own hook, that wire not bourne on the righted and hailed out. They then divided alout' fre : .\ ? we wrote the '
ClT PIRECTOKY.CHURCHES. rolls of the Confederate: War Department' neglect! of duty growing wea-J gent'kn'annrougbt: all his surgica i clothes: and started': for home.A above, t1" )tongue of terror peals out .
--- of t their useless lives lay I hold.] yl'every skill' to bear the wounded fowl and I
j ry /: ; : on ,
of .
;AMA and do rot figure in the al.lO\.t.r( nirn;:, and< i! ne\vly inventol stimulant, tivrou of the fire-fiend and the
: Methodist, Her. W. E.: Collier. P. E, corner wejudge tLat wmcuiorv tha OOOOO; menwere i energies: iind 1 blaiiiiiig t their r fate: It becaini: the general: pet of the I ; up alley
who has from office window flame '
I been lurid
Wasblnton and Lafayette btree tv N"iecII -* bourne vII the rolls at one time urI young Philadelphian our a lights -
.of...t a DIe and 7.|... m. babtath. School at 9 j: another ; but that there'were never more when thy, dare--not blame th'\lr; god for.having '. whole family, and mixed with the tame j l in Paris dining with Rosa Bonhcur, thus. up that portion of the city." The best- : J
A m. than 400,000 men embodied to fight for placed them where they are-.- geese as if it had never known a wider gossips about her : "She has the French- of medical attendance was and .

Baptist nef's. C. Craft. Pastor. Services at I "Southern Rights" at any time we are These"' individuals will often tell -\ou with' I i circuit than the farm-pond and meadow. man's way of placing her index fingers it is feared! he may survive, 8ur be
*! ',11 a m. and 7pm. Sabbath School at 9 a m. confident. And WP repeat the expressionof an, air of affected coinpassion (for who But at last, when ,the old<<1 season (If migration :, along the full length of her nose' which I only a shadow of his former self.. wi ,- 4'

cog obe Rer. Father Lund er*. Pastor. Ser- our firm conviction that the Confederacy can believe it real) that poor dear mini: rolled roun.t3ap! 5r.'. 'tinct became too never before saw a woman do ; and she -

*view_at 10 a m. and 3 p m. never put 100,000 men in line of battle ma working herself to death yet no s?..m- strung' for the newly acquired! civilization. parts' her hair at j'Jil'i> side like a man, letting A San Francisco paper describes the 't ,
\ dnou that should assist The the distress music in a Chinese of that city *
at moment and had not er propose t they goose disappeared, to of :it fall on her forehead<< it i is entirely tbeatr a
LODGESBiOsborottgb. any 50,000 lUl'nin her than they declare she i is quite in her/ the household and! the clurgin of its nusUT where it is follows : "Imagine )yourself in a boilermannfactorv "> .
Meets its around Mana Junction grY.IX't1't !snow white. Indeid .
Lodge :\". t:. FA A. M: encampment .sas element] and in short ,that she would who blamed himself ft.r hat when men '
net are
never : ingsecured
\ the looks four'lmndr \ <
/ntand! third Saturdays) i it tech month ai 7 when McClellan stood inactive and lady older than her moth-
*. p'clock p ... irresolute for months before those bo happy: jf she hid only half so muchto it by cutting its wing. j er. She talks energetically, clearly, and putting in ri\eh tin shop '
".' 4tb encampments do. '}Lat fall and again : next door on one !:' (and a fortystampquartz
Koyal Arch Chapter Ko. meets every at the head of I on a stormy night, rather didactically, but is extremely pleas-
Saturday ia each 1.00,000 to\200,000 the awakened I mill on the other with a drunken .
mo nth: 7pm.a of the lost m...n that ever shouldered t family were by a terrible I ant. Harry: :showed her his pistol, and .
VALUE\ OP NEwPAPEC3 TO FARMERS. : quacking and screeching as if a million she said "Oh I know I charivari party with six hundr instru- *
arm?. We are further' confident. that he i : : yes, carry one
and four
POST OFFICE NOTICE.A -Clark Bell a few dijs since' ': geese were clamoring for admittance. just like it and she it Jtlt. thousand ('nrag cats on *
had 10,000 more men in hand, and; ,hut Esq : ga\rt pulled out of her the roof and faint idea { -
for indiscriminate furloughs, would hare to the fanners e>f St('u.en) country an address When they went out an immense flock <; ]MKkot to !ohoit to us. As it was: loaded a b cnveye N
OFFICE HOURS.4'A. would have had 25,000 more than I eo : at their Agricultural: Fair, which' of geese seemed hardly ten yards from it frightened the family considerably : of a first class Chinese band .

-: '; .. \0 T. ... .xupU5I1ud.y.. when the latter commenced the movementon was full of nutter of immmediate and the !ground; and in the cenire of the yard ': to see her maneuver it in her off-hand I A disconsolate planter thus addresses t .

.. r i MAILS CLO E.onv. our right flank which caused: ] "LiStleMacn I practical interest t to his hearers. One \' stood' tW'lIt'r thirty' geese. Quackinga way. After dinner; she smoked her cigar i the Valdosta Times : 4

+' : :\ EASTUX AKD WESTCRX, -after standing tamely 1 by, and seeIng pui.igej: of his: address is worth copyingbeVi' loud\ tare.-ell\the, Alain( flock passed:> on, like the other gentlemen of the party. J/r. Editor.-Vat I coomed here Tar I : -.
y Svadnadeyit anJ SlIo.1"y., 8 r, u and! we give it as! fallows! : !ieairgthegray'gutoewhichthe!) farmer .. .. .
it MAILS DUE.Wednesday one-third of his army smashed by two- I !blants ten acre cooma no *
recognized as bis'uld He I cottn-up jt j-
thirds > van 1111..1 h'ghly' estinuti the vai- protege. opened :
of L'C'to Abandon mil- rain and starve
o'clock P. )(. destroy : A 1 : mine Den
endatardayd in
ft gentleman crop.
the door of the pcn. The goose marched young living Kingston -
lions worth of Ul'' of\ p"'xl] ': } in a family of :
: munition '
.Coast Mail, on arrival tearoers from New provision' anti childrciC and i ot the r-i-Miiur. thatf into her} old! qi' .irfers followby; her N. Y., went to see his girl the other: com rust and eat half Sam, teufle i
Orleans and Key W.... and commence a precipitate Clll nkIno'ement" am ; : brood. Next day ilu: !.:Jitleniau secured night, and whi-n he started for homo, the nigger, schwear by half is himt3. / e \
> to the James. ci-n i ii t l.'sra; constantly in a famtlv t thatit their \ night \being dark his! inamorita him Den 1 bays half to ship de cotton and. -
will U inpo-sible for:' the children to stay t:! by crapping their, wings ; and gave a I back do j
TERMS OF COURT. --. apart from a little restlcsVncss! at stated mi-paper lantern with which to light hU cotton and thin do cotton and \\j -
l't'im the
f In come np\vtV! ;; intillieent; upom) have him 1..lt1d'ay.. He took the 'railroad: track pick him. Mine Gott, den where mine ".' .
am JTDKUL' C'-aPUJfO TOLU.Herea&do digging a tnunel under the Mississippi current questVns of the day. seasons they remainedvw ever '
on the third Mondays in March. t at Mineapolis, the workmen pierced Every !h'awebold should bring in the since. \ as bring: the shortest route to his homo! cotton. Chinaman room quick I

llillsborv/ ; on the fourth Monday in March. | a sunken cavern on Monday morning.On .- thenVas; an, absolute and indeseusable The accuracy: of this tale i is not to bo and was walking leisurely. along, his mind i j
"- Polk-'id- Monday ft rUh Monday ,in Tuesday morning..a whirlpool was: discovered newspaper: necesVity.The doubted, }but th;.. greatest t !sirgi'.Ux'-Ity; consists doubt fill!! 1 with: :M-rvoable: \ thoughts; of A smart: old lay at Portland, a few .

**,&' marking th mouth of the cav- ; fanner shouhl: i, of all other: men! in t these geese; leaving theIH.M i t toe:. the fur: ; :..-i-.j'-) :' t"ir, vrlun :suddenly days ago, was: on a railroad track a %1 |.

Mirktce; tbird.Monday' after the foffrthMjjtilay ern. The rush! of water i is causing acaving take a good reKablv: n rienhural J'lf'l'r.-: in mid career, and K-ir.g; escorted: ,,\ tlu :.. r v '.:'iic'Ans brought to ,nd end I by 1!; short distance before a train. The en- I t
ia March.Monr ," in of the ground and notwithstanding chosen resting j>lace.: -A": U. 'J\niu\ \ suule one in the rear: who gave the Chi-' pacer whistled and -. '
u cQaaty, filet Monday in )h y" t I defy any farmer to try it for a year and rang the bell but to i imi t '
.. the effort of thousand' of 1 -- \ ii"s.- lantern: a kick: whu-li. sent. it t' 'i/-!! .
Slw I
FAU. TttM.Her&ando men then lie able to say it Ms: not paid and / purpose or.titbaed to walk oir" .
county-'1st Monday 4th day o! the danger of the rivers cutting a new I been in for his\good. : General Spinner i.s an inveterate<'< s-; '.iVr t'nfCitdt( : : :! y'm,'' saM tit.! ;i''rsi lla: fruit '!1. .i.t.i) :iuvas uucerecioaiously; : seated on 1
; October. channel is imminent every way ist.: We should! tie! like! takiiig.; .I\i; .)v .i.; : '. ..' ;'.> 1'vv-t 11..u> Mowing lilY train the covcatchr.Vhen\ the train: com- t.

liUlsborough-ld KOad y. 11th dayofOe ---_. .- ; tage of pr.f;::lit)' if we eouUuv! v r." ->iir \ i I"I-;: t t t',1I..t.. on a' etnt, c-f that: |1II'h'r< jtopjvil she alfghttd and -, '

: y.l tobert The Masonic fraternity n fIxuivilU'f;: name any littler/ thanJO) can. 11.i 1:1'J"g: i r\! ;I''lit;' t Ai.U t i i j. .. ':' ,.:.g L'-hih'I: him I the pl-asawtly: said to l *'I basal wry f
Pontb 25th dar of October. Olive Logan has written a new comedy Ky., are about erecting a willows' and or- on a greenback, that looks like the Lmsa nan\: train: eng'mee-r, 'our 1 .
: << Monday ., J".l i.\.g haw a freight: : and it i iI whittle and thought it was: from a ..7
l.t: ICa&aU*-1st Monday ia Ko eober.Kwo which is to be pwfomed shortly i in a New phans home, to cost $100,000 outland dO-I spring in a clothes pin, ia the unfortunate I was the engineer who bad disturbed his ]" tout. I am much obliged tUi

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t S ; : ; .1 The: Reason Viliy. For.llie 1'eniniular. G'n'r1U\ X.'Iii.GO i. U appear* now that Secretary Fish'has been I T I
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t ,* A Philadelpiiia Radical Jftiper, in dis"ing A Word about Jtailn>aiN. ( \'. Ul'ctllllld! '1'. A. ( .born have ro actiug towards the Cuban* to anne\ultnt Lost : -

: ('n the result of the rect-nt elections' ] J after the manner in which the witches Jid !to-, I

o \' EM E.l' IJoI.Crn., in Pcnsylvonia and Ohio, ) makes us t' of' 11t. EDITOK.-Never perhaps, in the turned to the State. I '\rJ" Macbeth keeping the wont! of rJni.tI ,Tarnna Ferry and I Ballast Tointt .

: ,3i |his significant i 're lark : "JI who exJHCUS historyof this country;has there been a Lieutenant Governor: 'John T., Lewis I to the ear and breaking it to the hope. WhelI BETWEEN' Look conliuniog among mi' ellatieous !- : t

1, and John W. Johnston) have been the! Cubans approtchttl him on the ooestioji noie, payable $
Judge oue promissory :
the rcconls of individuals time paper
public .orprivatf -j more pregnant with its future welfare : lecognizins a* lie, said of .
t11C ltltiffrfDt tor the sum .
: chosen Senators Va. \tol5orrienPlatt or btrtr:
; during the late war to l lie overlooked by Legislature. they wusi pet place for \ aid Th i t .I .
: i thanhe present never a time when frat 1 eI fu.1 Three Thousand! hre undrod rtythtee C
by .the Northern jK-ople) will find ; A Spanish mail tt'nmf'rns}\ arrived at Ill r government. all'rwarJ. went to Pollars (f3.Sr.'). with interest, dated (
1 that IIH has made, a sad l1li 'alculatiou. the people of South Florida were called 1 I Havana bringing reinforcements. 11m n&tl! eaidlhev had complied' \i I hi. re- S S onVf M-out IM September. 1868, and iICD i S t.

i :. _. 1.: "In t hocfew words, ways the Sanmnai1l1111t1lnm \ upon to exorcise their Influence with nicer! Two Cuban privateers: are reported to quet-t and urrvd recopnition. Jich but told them theyniut by !?Wrtinp McCarty.. The public are benbycautioned
that the
.. .. capital wui very wtl. Cur note. A liberal 'f
., -HEXItY- L-. MITCH- 14L.' 1 c1Uor-, S w'e have t the whole jiliilosophyofjjjyrthipiyolitics.aHlie criticism or with a more zealous regardI have escaped from New York harbor., I ret; n constitution. :nr, to eon ply.If reward not be trad.paid lor IIUt th. return ol said I

present day.JJo .- I II The breaks in the 1'rie Canal are re- with every lemonablc tlllairtn'tl.. a OU.llll'tion 'il toBEURIES J 1
for their own interest t, than now. In glan I' ( Lute to & Uendi>on or
r- I ; I Jrawn tout l in 1ne S I"nJ''el
man who opposed"the t war, or who was' paired. Navigation was resmiu-d jesterday. wns up an.aclrh.d < PLATT, :
4 t, Defeat cf.'Audrew Juknsoii. : dug over the history of States, as well I I time 31 Ir. Kith ns formed of I h" f fsct.- ;
prominent in opposing its usurpations and < I

Andrew Jolmson- has'been(defeated for abu -s, can, ill the present state of public i S as particular localities' one cannot fail to The Hajtien steamer Penot left New f S "Ihatis t veiy o.I'lit onie M Ir. of Fil I the l : "biitjoiimu pi-ils i of 2 : :
_:5 ,' (It M'litimeut. t the XCrthommslIll the i remark tho vitalizing t..fft.'ct-the rapid York jesterdavbearing United. States Cuba pet and pOM bii'ld *oin" .hipsThe I llofi,..t 01 t ilfii L ; ASSORTMENT If I
..TtaiWR"We regret -,
e,_Senaiorsblp! jn popular support. AVhateu-r ho may be (. increase in wealth civilization and colors being apprehensive* of capture by t Cuba wa" "ut.hh.ld bud put to Beit n. u ....inplianee ,

: : to hear of this.; we would like to in all other'n-spicts, he was a Copj;'('rhcad -\ power, privateers' should hti bear Saluave co- with the ln"l putt <.f| lIlt Mqtifrt. ni'd ,
prosperity which a judicious system of iutornal with a >! of acquirsuni in Jut tll.t in l!he> OF. .tH I.
3- bave wen,the,.iSviiatg. :Ji r J the (. a "rx-btl sympathizer," and t the ors. I second. Now\ Mr. Fibh complains, that the Cubans -| I

i purpose of opposingoia: spooney Butler Mood and bones and Nulded) mounds, wid improvements has never jet failed Additional troops will be sent to Cuba are violating the neutrality laws. 'l. 1 l

; S J much (I'ows' wails anJ.oJ'lhans' cries, fruits (if the i i to inaugurate. In this respect, however, early in November.The I Cubans U-giu to think that Mr.,Fi-h li i not, i,> FALL. ,
I anbadger1ig)1ie1ta1ca1s as .as must bo thrown his face and with :I earoeat ai>d that be wauta them to make brick .
t, r' -- '"We' musts 'confess-that Andy'scourse war, j Hillsborough County has fallen fa. behind S defeat of the Republicans leaves S without stiuw; in other wi>rd->. uhen thev have t1-,
-T ossibTe. ;, an effect disastrous to his aspiration lu, \ a large number of men at the- 3isposal (f -
j some of her in the State and driven the Spaniards from the i ielinI ot Cuba T
; ? during the ,war was. vacillating, this the ;erthern people are like everybody compeers the government for active operations and achieved their independence, he will prol-a .AXDGOODS "
SS j himself (15Th(' approved the war and has suffered herself to take a hindmost Cubans. bly them. :iSi/nie of thorn are Uoub t- /
: but he surely imiJQorfalized l byadhering'to ) against the recognize
:. : :1 however objectionable may be his oppo- rank when her true position should lit, Republican, )leaders captured with fut however whether ho will not t\1 thrurequire \ % % \

_ :. the Constitution. during his ,'I nent will vote for no man who opposed it. arms or heading bands to bt shot. S thAt hey I .hal fiis-t go over ni>d mt>- j
S the foremost. With her infinitely ) are '
among are
: T ,' \i '' term, The result ot the election' has taken -lit is a reasonable sentimeut, without regard The county generally i is tranquil. Se- ju ute Spain .they Jig l-y
\ ., ; : superior harbors' her extensive fisheries tho Uulted btate* -Vvrrt'fvndmce r.21tI. .
by surprises all of John to the merits of the contest it is ,
every one nor Oren the celebrated Republican
\' n's friends Tennessee were' confident !'human. "We at the South feel the) same the unsurpas:edjertility of her soil, her leader in the Cortes has been, arrested. ...._- ,
'J .N in Washinirton hive receivtd !
The Ci.ban'Junta
S .: 1 -. j way. With, uo compulsory force to influence splendid fruit-growing and grazing capacities Reliable( : information, has been received ( the \ of I
9fc S of liis election.. .FZ:01vur !best information rdvic1 torn fa.ltru department I
? the popularote.) Low lI1ln1U 'J& she) is naturally one of the weal t hitlit !- to the effect that t the Hornet will be detained the i inland to the efi'ect that a great Lallt Us JUST RECEIVED BY

; 1 ,we learn that a trap was sprung upon who refused to sympathize with the Coucderacy Wilmington' bv the (Oovcrmentauthorities. been fl.ugbt between the Spanish ant Cu ,
I counties of"this broad
:! fcI him by'the Stokes men, fur 'when.the could, cyumiaud tho voluntary commonwealth. It is thought here that the 1',1 forces near Cuaymarn, i in the mstrie of 'j
_ : I I I Why then, has a great portion of this inherent liarnmo. The Cubans commanded by Gener- E. A. CLARKE & CO .
of the Southern ultimate will be _
yote came to be taken-,. Johnson. received support people. S result that the vessel will al"'JOl'Jll and Quevada totally routed the S .:
_ : t ? The Northern) Democracy have over- wealth been thus far suffered to lio be seized by the Govennont :and dismau- >anilh forces under Generals Valma an.1 ..

I I'f f -fifty: one rotes.and "Henry Cooper, a new looked this important truth in nearly ,all dormant Simply because the fossil re- ted on the ground violation of the lJUetrAlity 1'uollo. 'J he engagement 10'I"'ulllltr.} -D-: : S ,'-

-5 I !1 1: opponent receircd fifty- \'e: their party nmuvcmnemits.siuei iho close of laws. Fuller: \aceoli' it.are expected by the att die .
mains of Old have been suffered "
k i : Cooper;U & lawyer of marked ability ;. the war, and it, i is in thisway alone that Fogyism The, flood of the Nile which threatened pntches iei-eiv\ d to the..Jun. I Fine Assortment of al nel P.Taine\ ,
i "- '
to linger within her borders and infuse its 1Challeys.. Blenched! and
: 'j i : was duricg,the war 'a; Union'' man, but the reign' of Radicalism }has been prolonged -I tilt' t'JYItan, cn-p. is subsiding. A dam on General Howard i i" l;ain before the country Cotton Alparra J.m'31, Ciu> mere. Fi IH.wn, ., /)
I the in that section of the Union. True deadly blight into every effort at improve- tho Suez canal and it N feared camlidatc for the Brown Ollolurl'| Je, II.. -, !
; !::' took no part in politics; was ori judicial gave way a crown of/lutyrJom I Kertuclj n> kiry :
they }have nonnnaUtl good men and placed ment. But this enervating influence, we that the 'allallllU be before it tiut-hair d j )
r; bench' when .the ,celebrated Uiill)' ( t deepened terni n bind '", was re ccitt.1 nt his collegein Stripes Tickipt. btnp. Ik'tf- J -
: : :( S V c them platforms, of sound political' ) ,1 tics Ilulf ,
hope, will rapidly( pass' away ; and the dayis can be mused.Thomas. which was gigantic i torp-do, evidently I'It Jan.lllrLicl. ;
if.: Shefbrook franchise ca e &J' tried, and truth but unfortunately neither tho men : fonn. I Uibbous, Button ot all J..crilti\ul. 4 4A
i ; Jni the entire in titutiou.
not far distant when will Sir. of Ohio fell fromnrvnus up '
) Ewing
we see our ,
fine lot
that by Johuon .nor :the platformsyere) in harmony with ofRcndj.Itlade '
to position
was.appointed '
1: i. exhaustion '
e i the sentiment of the time. There .county what God originally intended it to Washington, on "
public: .
': of the State. -
sfr when military Governor. t the iiM of November while
: addressingthe
L :
is such a thing asaeriuIciuug.the truth byunuiecessarily be-a garden groaning with its wealth of ,
S : : His election will no doubt give i atisf action t Supreme Court, anti noIi( in H\nn.1 Clothing -
I ; exposing! it to certain over } .t.
rtchntss and
beauty. 'I the1 Clerks office in critical condition. ,
to a majority of the citizens of the t brow -and just lu-rv has been t the blunder a ( "
: : is how and The doctors think will --- ----- ---- .
: Sit strange any sane man, EwIng recover.He -.
S 'of t the Northern l have ;
; : ; St te.I' ( I.ocr.wy.'h. u ) farmer the i eighty years old He was stricken -J BOOT'S&nd SHOES, Eats ; '.
shown no no especially any can oppose \WASTEDfl5TEB\' WISIED-!
statciuanship, political sagacity I
t. 4I --- while in which he ,
pleading a case .
; <, Troubles in'Jackson. in any of their contests. They: have construction of railroads in this county, ., .J',, ,.
i F r ." "- had bee i engaged fer twenty-five years.A ,
I '" 'arted.with. common sense and prudence when dollar in such J C'
to'3 The,Supervisor of Internal Revenue every spent improvements New York firm of brokers eased their 2
: : 5- r. in the conduct of their iinpuigu.s, blindlyand Cotton, .
S i. .'. for this State.reports to the Commissioner recklessly throwing 'ml'.ln g agaius enhances the value of his propertyin conscience, by subscribing for church pur- .,"

S :, a large ratio increases the price, of his s ten percent on half a million profit HARDWARE.'S. .
: : -: Washington that Jackson county, ia the solid and serried hosts of their adversaries I'oo I '
I .5 with the certainty of destruction. produce twenty-five per cent anti. open( up made out of the gold corner. 'S. "i
; underth control of an armed mob which Seed Cotton ; 1 1 have made unwise issues and Ex-President Piercc's estate is estimated
; '" They Inure to him markets hitherto ina't'<'ihIe.nd .- .
:j z bunsen prevent1: the collection of revenue unwise nominations, and tho result has there at I 1,000.000, the hulk of whi'k'ill 1- ;
.\ I are men us who ,
S ," and that' the leader of it was their invariable defeat I, jet, among who i is educated '
I :. tar, been even by u probably go to a nephew being WOODWARE

: Jas. P. ,'Coker an influential! man, and broken down anti} demoralised l1 trt11. areoppo-edto Railroads ; men who will at Princeton College at the expense Hides \.' ':,"Jfhl

: ; may be said that they have' made a gallant suffer themselves to he led blindly by in- of t the late I President. !, :

: ;- -'- t ,; S that Coker Dad threatened the ]life of A fight in l oth.rcinsl\ania: and Ohio, terested to act 'tutrary- their A Radical I & [ ;
parties ( Pennsylvania II
paper says
JI. Lowe Assessor. Lowe writes to ther' II I il. : .
reducing the majoritits sinc(, the Presi dearest interest men who lack the spirit that I Pennsylvania I which in 1 Si) gavo ,.'
.r Supervisor that he can only canvass hisS d'lItiallIf'tion to next to nothing ; hut i it( ; 17,000 Republican' majoritjnnd in IbGS I Beeswax &c. :-

:* district at the hazard of' his life.' must be recollected that in both, cases the of manliness to assert I their individuality, nearly: 9Oj>(0),_should, now give but /i.OOO, SADDLERY : '

t untrue' the citizens haveS Democrats ran their strongest men ptrsonally and who an- driven, like dumb cattle, before does nut ''seem much of a victory to: cel 1 .1

reportk and intellectually against t4'ry infeiior tho local parti/an I.J -h. For such ebrate.Notwithstanding. In A Fresh supply of .(,
not refused paying their taxes, unjust as S any ,
_ opponents vim ncitliing have feeling that of !. : nil the somewhat discouraginj -
men we no save unlimited -
j -'" they are;,ttia i ia a tut. (rfugc. The factof of the enthusiasm i>f their party, and that FAMILY GROCERIES. _
S from of late
: reports Paraguay .
: S the whole matter i is that the white the party that supported them was rent contempt.We : it that Lopez is still alive and in Exchanged for CASH -,
: and defy farmer in this'county to appears Baiter: ,
into factions at any .
and warring war
people will not consent to be murdered upun possession of an army of 2,000 men and
; nearh issue except t the one t the ])iIfli.erat' give sensible rcasim for> opposing the
every any
led 20 ('unllon.rnl( latest news places him At the highest t MARKET PRICE by ,
: fobbed the' who are by I .
d : by negroes, Xt.rk' I (
: Tho
v.ith tlinn. .
/ Uairoil! ; I1lOt.\mt.'nt..k them, and in I in command: of this force at San Estanis- 'I''I'r' :, : J-'
-' '1, and troops are ordered there Times c' t fej "eH I hat its party hat! to carry GEO. BLUM S .
nine out of ten the real objectionswill laus, Paraguay.A I ,
'! (,f .t ion and maladministration Starch. ,
'i under pretense of enforcing the revenue weight ( rnq "
:. : be that it i is to their interest Swedish cotton factor has purchased i ;
i that would have objectionable -
destroyed auuvlHhitical .
: laWs; That county baa seen trouble and hundred. McCarty's[ Store WtisJiinghn Street .5'S'S { "
twelve tlulU"allt1f'e acres of land .
organization, but for the I>1 tenders because the road won't I ,
or \ :
[ : rlkJu
\ 1!t the people,regret it. The Courier says of its oppnueiits. And it tills the mark- run by .l in )1: t i1SIIIlflht're he will I plant' a colony TAMPA. FLA.. :
_ their door if could
t :,;);; Hamilton and Purman are. indirectly, res- ed t truth.t own -as every farm which will plant cotton and manufacture Aui.ui't -J'h., 1'Ht. t Soap, ;
bti located on particular line of it. will tln'llof the I _. s: ,
anyone They soon get producing
months referred this -j
Three to
-J;,. t ponsible for: all this trouble. Can these ago we .

:; :'.>. people be blamed for protecting themnelves aWice: of all act anl 1 sjiracliy on the travel Such oppositions are simply ridiculous part of their experiment.: lrU czafkers:: ., .- SErrosrnr ";

_ part of the Northern Democrits, )predicted and contemptible; jet t they haveto j A special to the Charleston Xcirs fay __ ..-,. -,,_- ,-'bO- _._--_-, -,-__. .
,:' :! fe-, J They have borne many flagrant t this i very rtsult.Ve said that tho be' combatted with the t 1aml''inr and t th*' 1 President :'expressed himself to-day 011. Tfa rofftf, Saar, cau'I! ,

At :, outrages with remarkable resignation.JJound .- party appeared t to have lost t its lirains I satisfied with the Virginia! 'itel ions,- and IIIIEU1\IATISM\I S

_ :i hand and foot for threeyears, they) with its Southern( lead rs, and some of our earnestness as though based uhon' sOlid I sai-l that he should advise (Congress to Laru Prpprr. I'liJktaril! Sflff[ fanif, ,

_ Democratic friends in the South were 1 illiberal and substantial) grounds. All great en- I admit the State at nnce-Gen. :,
:: ittood in dignified tranquility ; scourged FOIL .\ SWIFF AND SURE I.EK11"fos
and unjust enough to charge uv terpri/es have bad: their opponents and \I having reported that t hen was no ground ctR All bind* of noVirg and Chewing 5 ,

I 4_ and insulted, they haborne th-m !In with ingratitude to a party that had stood all!I great rcformsjhave: had their detractors, 1] for t the charges of fraud I iu the July c-k-c- .

:: = .' silence } incarcerated in cbfll filthiest t. andS by the uuth through good and evil re- jet eventually light has been shed abroad j tiun.I ;' OIL I'P' LIFE a, A t I OJ= I- ::

S S t-\: mot objectionable prison the, ingenuity portand even to insinuate that we sv mthized I FOUNEY'S C/ironitfcantidpates that the : --
S 5 nf mtion.We and trnfh has triumphed, and the man.li6f will writ of hnlens ,
,, : F.- of a coward ,could contrive they have not with the enemies our Supn-me Court grant a CORN &. FLOUR I .
-i > now see who were t the t true friends c Ij! improvement' has been steadily onward. I I corjms in the YKRtiEic: ( case, and, therebj 111EGREATEST 1 .
their and
: murmured Mst tcrs mothers i 5r
: .. ; the South and of t llioprinciples UJH.T (Old) i'ogjixm has been' uprooted and declare t the reconstruction acts unci'ii'titutional. : t A" 1 lw. will c titit.n rece'r. by each!

; S ;:"- iS .,i- S suited and'tried by a pimp and villain, which al-me she ,'an.t: in peace ami crushed out from its cherished It t callthe I Pruld<-nts* attention L1NIMEMT .'".0),e- fi' in New
< ; ':- S they,have borne t the burden in silence; prosper in her domestic affairs. \Ve never strongholds, to 'the grave duty that would devolve to our Mut-k. Gi'e u* a-call! at the S. :,

: S': ''' robbed by thieves they have not complained jet advocated the yielding of a principle and civ ilizatk has marched hand-in-hand upon him in such a continyeey.:' Ot THLAGfi. : DIn Store : I .1.."

S : : '; and even wherranv innocent and in- l but the TV' arc couilitinns' of public sentiment with wealth and power and greatness ; Tim Washington.' Star savs that David .r :
; :
't when- I is important, in order ti even as t the spirit of enterprise and t the! L. Yulee, formelj IVited States Senator It "NVovks Like a CUarm.It .\pt.! w" w ;il u .elou! Go .14 a* !low as they cab S.

:-' b'-:: S. nofen ive lady I i-1 made the victim of nl save principle's, not to pres-s' them to the genius of which we sincerely froui Florida. has caused t the arrest of t)4r1z4 Jtt I in lhii reiliou. ,,'.,,

: brutal assassination they only propose to fn.ntvl, .e.v they will lie sure of sacrificeThe progress Francis Vose, in New York, fir perjury, -- -
advocated. with hope, will, at no distant: day, alight upon TR'21ts11, 5 J
l- 1. use such remedies as the Jaw provide, same policy was regard I :in preceetliiig"( 'pending' to fOl((!-uulcC into S "
to tho.Mj nohle men at the Xuithvhc, this hluinherirg' portion of Florida liftS thatVulee OR ItARTEIt IX COUNTRY .
-4 :, and in the absence ,.f the sheriff ul'Ilkd]>[ I I! : invuhintarv bankruptcj- swearing ha* Jttnlrrlitlotl ma-oMii in tlientr1* t. PIOliFe '
i I have fl'ndl'n'tht'u 'lnll odious l I.\ thcii : I of 1't4u'ihti.I'nt..merv /
1 : her from the sloi'gh of apathy and press I lid; transferred his real estate in "\III.h. t"'I Augusta. at (.1SUlIlUCES.
his place with a bailiff execute the laws. devotion to the Constitution aud the equal!] ) i Florida. 'with I the intent to defeat the{ operation \ .: and ,!lel.lin.ritir.*.::.111\t \I Tatn1.u. Vet 21Lis, 1i'9. tf S L LCASH
her bravely' forward' iji the race for honorS Mii'i i i hi
to the f-ii.i.m
S These are the facts of the case as near rights of the South. Thdr day had mil c-f tho bankrupt act Yose was I ; fruII :car
: fur with
rinKe, -
t aud rentiwndesiile the makings of the inuLy yvbr.
S as we can learn. -, come anll'as.\\'t', maintained, it WII "n"t:1friendly i I held in S2,000.Cui.tltEs FOR HIDES -
-;: .J ..:. Ibis Lowe, about a year ago, tried to act to force them into I'itit, J1.i I inert'dulous, the sneers of fossil or tho : A. IH.w, editor of the New11rk 10TDm: U E I

S ;'- incite the negroes here to riot and bloodshed where sure destruction awaited thl'm'-j ar.ethemus of disappointed, demagogues.Tho Sun, who WI'S.itmt Secretary ] : i I Will pay 13 etc rr lb, Cash.for good Dried I
Had Hancotk Itat-n run in I) The Moat rcr Cases of -
-T-- ;L 4-s. and failed, and fearing that the jrs- instead of tt"i"'pp.rhca.l.hat sane nun I space ill t the columns, oj I the /Vwtnnl of WartD ...cliu'tl1.l1l..n( :and a eulogistic FItt ,

I. I 'ir being. circumscribed, within hiognplur: of it'Deral.Grant. as HUrl A 1 I ISM,
;Z ,: ice: be deserved would be meted out to now doubts what would have b.-in the narrow COWHIDES I "
I candidate! for t tRe I Pn'siilt-nc-v", was also an MIUUH.GIA t
S \ him, It fi, these parts in hurry result Hail Ko-CLran*, or any other I limits, we are thus prevented from I intimate friend of (General John .. Rawlins .

.., r man occupying his position() and with hisante.T dwelling upon other advantage, suih ailj deceased, late Secretary of War in PAINS I IN TIE BACK, 23 cU for Good S S
S !ents bl't.'n.l'ut in the field in ()hill, --
S: -, S "- Cisro BEANS AKDJTHE COTTON'IVoHB. victory would, have b'elH' -! be- moral, intellectual and material, that people 'I General Grant's Cabinet. He has stated BREAST JOINTS A I!:". DEXRSKIXSnJ S .

3 S .-A eorre-pondfrft: of the Gonzalez -iyond a peradvcnture. In tutu tho- may reasonably expect to derive from : in his paper I that in oTtO'of his last 'lIn"r- were bronphl to the Prtfe.snr. who m ''li..klyTiuJlcJ -

: < (Texas) Inquirer makes a supget-tVm' i States; the lla' 'all':11: ty is rent asumler I'1\ the Railroad communication with the outer : ati tons: in respect( tll Gram's adtnii.Utra-1! I I the (pniie&t thoroughly with III ,\ SOct. pr lb for ..4 4 "
: which it might bo well for (otton'l'lalltj'f''I| tion, General; Raw tins said. to him : "If
thance of '
f ; and their only jnissiMe -ll ( : world. And thousands: who have long !
to bear in mini I until next KjuiDg. lIeays"I1anL in the mistakes! of their opponents.These .- !I I hugs* go tm' in t this-ray, it would, be better OIL OF IJ T FE. U".Lr -

-. S 6 the castor benn all around :( was} the )latter took particular pains to ,: walked in the maze and under tin cloud! I Ii I to have; elected Horatio. Seymour." Sending tl .-m aw"I etety instance" entiieely .5 .:

'S I S every ten acrea of cotton thronghjut the i make, anti we see the re>ut.f ] i: of vicious system, will stand forth in i GOLD; COUXEI: !: INVESTIGATION I r l.o\t ti i. llni* t.nrjf "I.. l Itittle of th And\;he.t price; for COTTuJT. I eal\ : ,

: i or field, and net A worm will tout h it ; (.rL f! W t' ,1u 1HJt thir.k thi South should IK- 1 the clear light of the ":01111 c-f righteousness. 'promineut n.ember of Congress (Kepresentative .I I Luiinicnt, .to sine hundreds dollars in doctors' -I t., found at CVvaceich'a bl!"r,'. Country i' K>- c t I '

: j S still better plain would lie to plant it too ninth wetlJed to national parlies in ." For.a. coujitrj" without inhabitants; from >;.t-w York) intimates that l.lle.I die will do w ell to give me JOHN a ',,:. ._.

J every.few,rows jUiroiighout flits field. 1 If intuition unearth the I I MILLER. 4
4 it i is his to recent
her pn-si-nt coiwlition! l IIIt we have felt I I a f i is a desert! out a country t posst-ssng? in Tampa, Oct. 12th tf
3: I -. S tho,beans xnuU not Jw* gathered fur mar deep interest in the niggles: of the gold movement I by moving the appoint-; .
S 'its: community men devoid of pruliity' .
ket I
= there the )
would result less
: no to planter Northeru ])e1iocracfor: in I their success : inert of a committee, early in th' session, KAYTOiYS "

-S. from the fact that t thf plant is one of! zi t') hope; f.r free c mstitutional honor and a keen ajpreculion} t between with lower to send' forjiersons lulpap..rJ. \XBBI1ROVBBOTEI\ :

-;, -S.,.j4, the best fertilizers Juiown, *ud the field ti\eflultielut am! the di : : would be instead of for ,
improved} iijjureJ 1 a of our own down truuden .sectii'n.I .- i is a Pandemonium.Dr.. would I be great iinfeed, inasmuch as it i
: >:Ir; subserjuent crop." I would! drag t.u the light names: that are TAMPA
I I Huicv I our anxiety t that t hey should placetluuisele I A. S. DE CHK.VIVA.Tampa : i I h now couriered by 11 who have witni 1 1I FLA., ,
.._- ami IKJW concealed from the public, while it # _'
aid relmWeKemely
-c t" 5n a poMtioii) to triumph, ; I eJ it* application t<> be th. true i .
Xoveii.ber Jst, I ISGO.5; !
: 5 SKIY'OrTuEnTtETR.-POII.: our extreme auioyauce: at s.-eing, I tin'm would) also bring to exposure important' for KllhrMAMlSM.: NUitAi.t.J. |' "
r. pylvanb and Ohio, say the Matn TJ- fnnl'ishlv frittr away UJMH old f '!\' notu I I documents, which would not now be surremlered nu.l for all I'ains a id A .b--s wherever a Lnu- I: -,':

'k:': graph, have,been carried fur tin llidUals: t '!ns S till infatuateil dextitinn I to ttrtainmen A:; OvTION TO lIo. JOHN C. 1lEeKi : i at any price-, or on toy consideration. \ meat cal be used. \ EbTABI.ISHMKSTWILL let 1 : DE OPEN -5;
S. .' tbQ Louisv ille Courier : Oil of Life: I"w
by most meager majoritU-K 1 In t tthc t their grand opportunities.,; The re- i I\H11'IH-Thl': (Ky. ) '

z'b ': latter t they boast of 10,000, which, if,triio, ivut elections have taught I still aimthtr <>f Monday, 11Tthu ;\ :_ I SdCI( I. -1' : carpet-bagger:;; I Tie cd lot never.fti it* sterling hin.Gtrlhll\'iltuu, i.iusitncot.iii tic bitti-M i I' t"'l"I.1: : of 1S r, O.uber.Iilh.. ., }

;: isery little in nearly 600,000'oft,*. In solemn lesson> and we t tru>t they will lie ", 15reckinridge ( wan at the Owen who is a Judge in .Mississippi by the grace 1..t"'l. -inai'king I .uut i and uiv tilte.irivni. For ,the r"'.pt'on' of 1 Kftrnlur and TranoienlHonr j' ,

5_ r, ffc" Pennsylvania, the Pn-ss claims 2300, lucre apt to understand awl! improve in county fair on Fridav and metvIt Ii a : of satrap' Ames, is ft'p"r"ll l t to, have made .; leiefin: e.\try (1:0 lmott by 11IIruiiiiuii. ifietUrud ,'.r.. (ij-i.l 1 .\tc.r.uutI.I 1.ii I ior., au l locate I.. '
while hl'artHIC'ollll'\ 'J I Hundreds I ; of 1'1-II1'I.l1t- I ia f th. :
:': 1-- ;, the press association avstIie rewilt than they have been in the past. S .: a Il..e:,iulltllat whites" and can legally n 'lensaiit putt <> 1'ltv "

: (,.fP, -. is very do btlu1.' 2,000 majority in W0S () ,- .5 -'.'- t tracted 1 t thither' by his preseiuv, flocked! t to; intermarry, "t lit' law negroes of i the State I of te: the testimonials and hear the 01'iniua ii. L. cun.J'ropricior.. m 4'--

000 votes IS about as little OR can !(",- Within an )hour after the closing l.f the. the grounds and gathered around him, ami! : to the contrarv' n.t"it Iu.tanthng.Vhcriu- For sale i'-t"-by all leading I rurug btorcs. 1 I t Tatnf Oct. 6th 1' '. tf I C

S f TbeseiesnTtiapeak an I1wf..l \\'itmh'-! ,p5K .T 'hn (:'o\oilo (Chainnan tlf'th, in rl'p"u-I'| tot t their warm greetings I till'il.tlt'rf'n' i I theMemjliN Ai'i 'nl exclaimsYhy :-,I I _
earl' .oiided tridl '. I He said that upon .
1 They tell the Radicals tha p..npl Jlatlu-al Comimttecuf lVnn\\l\ani.i. tel-} ( !| has -
\ not I If a right to .
|I" ,.uiggt-r i
t S tired with thi,' everlasting pcIUfilillj) } of (-jrraj} hHl in every direction' that ( ;(ary'L i wlut/ver: of 11rIulifltlIct' iu life he had! NII A ote and hold tilKct', all he a I: : ,: \ &RBBINS.i () ET EVERYBODY .;I'

\ the South, and want the war dtl 'llul' majority: wa- four t tlmusand. .lohu T !| jU),/II, to the people lOt t Owen) more t than Senatcir President llf the Jk:11tor ICIrSSlN SondTWESTY-FlVXCKSTSforffSr- (c.'
/ indebted, } "lllt"' luill-d 1.11'Julli ,' tifiot.m I'ackard A Cft'a Grand tutn- :
her he now
mnd peace proclaimed. not heard fnmi a s-iiijrle; pncinct, but tin tXv. ,it \vtx 1 to the fureigr'i i I button.conxmtiDB of PiaooOtrkxieoai. \ ,. S
: S '-. .._ Jacobin! ) at 1 Philadelphia' : bat!I 1,4, ;\1" ,"\','r. \- 'r,' 1'aI: I retneirbraaco.:I, n'lfl'IHIt cotmtiy I' \ '1WIitt.ALE: AF.XT.J&COB I OoU sad buyer .,' .' .
fl311IgtI5 'l t ts also r4iivejrsul)I .. I E'f'rJartM'leao",41.
c-o ; 10t a : : valued at tTS.txiO. -1' '
2' ,:'; The Cincinnati!;Gmcttr (Hep..) Saul 3S ],laiiiH-tl wwk" before' the t Ivctunt: th:;: iiis reception ,vas u i.urftttS ( \utt.u.: .1 Hurags.'r'.s: daughter fS.vow n..lrl' -, ..- ::r. \ 0.1\. I (x>9 (iofonlhe popular 11.00 plaa, an4 ." r' ;1;,
'.'- ., \ : ? I not to b*paid fOr until you know what 1 '
niajoriljmight _
Deiiiocratic 1' : \s
few Mays' ago concernIng the tift : lth mi matter I what I .. ; I'I : I you are to' '. Certificate and N. .- _
:- amendmentV; have no uli-a of a li-g.. be, they would inai.ij'iilate. thoxt'liilatlelliliia A di-putih: frllltoW: Orleans: saysI SrOKJfS.-.vioent snv stni {i'lmrt I colnrs eot on receipt of Uccnt5.or fi v. : -

S islaluretan he elecUnlin l (Ohio! to ra.W : returns so' us to pvc tl.(. t,.i.dil1 tin: the: I I'mtetl Matts; Martial! is mi tin1t ;prevailed' ; at t .t I.ouis. on tl t 19th! frontS LPPMAN'S iPACEARD&CO.I for f 1 no. '

5 5 if, anH( yet ft must t bj tLe.llI;issue: ofi the,i "to t (Ceary; !I.y fir: t thousand, and the Ten..I!t lookout'to : rrta: I'evV'! : < I'an expedition: I .\. M. uitil, noon, ;. \'\ Ilesle: Dru: t Wnt IiC" S 58 West Fourth Street. ,. .

-r S j, 5' electiou.) _shows how !!);'> ha'." t"f it. \-tIJt.. d! :"' I ,' Li tlirg u mot I lit rt' heavy: "I--: .', .1"1.'o( t 5i at 14)uisvjllt!(: !' :. fI ', kJ.o. t .______- 1 *__, Clnt'iu'nIUOhla.- '

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: 'bc IorLb'al'; ; t'tiin5ulnr :,. Or..1XGEGcO\-ES.-P111C.STATE: ITE::S.Palatka,: Herald 1 NEW, GOODS !I i i [( Ug. rniscnim: I II -- .I .ntP 5,: :.! .i ir ;

: ,i\! is informed by a friend who has'investigated I Large Bread !I i
i liiub".Iibrr'IaUi Jn't rrtitrn- bi _
.. | the Juatter, that.t there are sixty orange The .
-- from the Soilhcin" Markets With a l I n! :

O&o..Pw: .-k Co ,- are the Sew York '' graces on the east side of,the St. J 'srarer f Large and well selectiJ 1 I .Grant & Craft i f j
TtlK1nb. .oriWr yea r eetfull. tnforfu*,. th .
Advert Ing Agents for thin I.areranJ eom- ,,ranging! .fx'twcen Fctleral/Fomt} and !t that L* La* commenced: unrufactorLnrxc __ I I j

may: pl.U file of it can b ..xaiane4 at their office : Dunn's Lake, a distance of. about twenty t.I arty!:;: ',. ', .. .. t.!1 I:,
bj any ODe mating application. This firm GOODS .I.I.ring -. t
'! miles, all of which'are in fine condition.wbat .-
: ; i 44neeJ adTertitrng to a more perfect *jvm nre supcrlorqalnltf! 4 :<
< thaa has heretofore Wen known., _. an interVat'iEgscene fo 'the future IT closed op the rear with to inform their tllll'l>mt-rl and l'nneumeu in eenoral that : { '
i t I S't. J"Vim"f- VThich'he; oCVra to tte ", llOI.: of Tampa: and 11 UK-V nr* receiving: : by every' oteaiuer:: l largo addition to their:: Itvl. : they Lat. vu i> .'
-. tourist uaNigatirg
.. wLtn .
rz--.J '.
ifL -- : I haul a" choice: io'.k of \ Tre-h I\i'y. Regular cuLomer.-ill: b.,1 lib! .
LOCAL IX T L, I G E \ C E. enlyderlt: with.
o one of the :Oft beuuiful| rivers on earth ; surrounding ut LOW 1'RICK. I .
t couuty a -"
t /.FLETCHER. .. '
j .Circuit Court for Manatee convened1 at dotted with vii7o* 'on either: side: he he- oociS'iI i June :Mh. tf M-
TY hoJs! the gofdeu fruit and cries Kurc- SewstylesofDifI'. ; ''' f:00DSo'everydebcnptun D : ,
: Pine Lpvel fon Monday, :ry
JM.-Utilvn. -. ,;, f :

: )UJ---ln:] : thic city, orf 1st first MAT- Troops for Jial..;..n County Lov's & Gc t's Wearing Kato-]I Cypress Barrels r'r I

THEVT, SoD of :M." P.. Lyons, 'aged: about An officer and twenty m-u were sent front rial, I1 I-
I j.ltlautatu l1rinn! tti fc'clurday: last
= \
.r ," I alai, will beni it Lf''fury.'If. A flue MrOrtaiei.1, of Con"Jitinu of a \c"1a ortment. or. Print, blenched aud UnWeach, l Fhirtinc[ & Shret tini -,' 111: .. I. :. .
Jeans. I > K. l'la.0.Ut! :,. l'*. \ -
*. iiLor\]] Slnpe* Kentucky : ;
; ;
__ .7 here Li a project on foot in this city ai tpiop-, + are fnrn:. hetl by G-3n -ral .. : "
I Flaii'ieli.. Ill lli"f. Veil. (Hoop( ;>Uiit, Iii r [IlaixlkerulileS, t' 'Uac J. } lax:, talk, i .

: to abt-b!!: a t line: of schooners botwccu T.f[ '.. at ilm l'I..lUE' :s ...f the Snj{ crvL".orofrov .. .. .. rloss, Cable curd, Piui..Jlc&, Ihiuibles lirni.I, Uultoar, A. L.oJ.i.g; i t ti t .
.. C. "' '' '' the onder.igoed i i i. now hating 1l _.
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tLe iuh.-n.2J.1 -ut l16 :dad OTB i..l tended l l to L.'u.:7'....\..L:1.. --01 i j
: : \ 1 bhopatlurk\ v hammock 12 niile west --"
Orleans t pruttR t Chi U.:: ;;. K- tnuttcfi.Ccr5: : In Jack.ttatnry : I of Tmnpii. syrup BsrreU of superior onality I. ,

:Mr E. A. Clarke has our thanks for a Lijd *creed. the colltctiou of : Groceries i &c. which hf will.t\l\ it f 2 50pri* barrel at the hop i \

the.rtYinue.-/&. BOOTS. & SHOES, or {3 OU deli"er.d at Tamnar: 1 ti
.9 fine lot of cigars, Clarke has plenty of % I hare on hand a fine lot' 'of fi.h barrel .,
.tht It'frif '- In grl"at'arlet). made expre'ly for the South Florida fiaberi.s :( 4.
n you wish smoke. A tall: investigation into the ca a cf the I .
Corn Flour. Pork Lard. Butter. Ch#...<>.Go'T' e. f.'rwn: Tea. Black Tea.5oda Cracler! DritdApple Pike (2 per barrel at tbuhop' 1 t .

Cuban ft CIIIbr lit ii (t. tow in JCIMWRDol lets !Slc of I.udie'a and ticiu'* *, (iincer. Pepper Mu tard. Sug- Orucker Cream. Tartar. Nuiniir, i I I tw- All ordertlt'r Uarrula will L. rrocnvt

Six persons sentenced to the Penitentiary I the Vtited: Staten i!/i; hal. at Wiliuingtoo Hal-. :xmii' ->starch XVa-kuifr, :>o.j, t'audle.! Mathe-, concentrated. L} e. Avp H>d H-toitu.eril of Iv. filled \' ... ., .-

at the last term of tho Court for i Tf. C. will dtcrlUp] tame new: and interesting ('hewio nnd) social circle MHokiog Tobacco, cigars: pipes :Meoi:: *. shot, all i/ei, "".,,'- JAMES P.SlcMCLLiN. .
nntion La been to La- tier, Liitd caitriJges. i to; A"Uft.2 1 th. tiTo "
I of the inaurgtutilbut Special alt<: :: giuu cups j..
( svf tie
this county were carried! off onlast&t am- ('ltm. [j-iweeding ", die 1)1 eo4 Goods .
wilt nut Jisclore .,,!thil.g relative to their

er. utUwpU stet il'"IIII"Y.! Jiiaoif tllur mat PRIXTS, GI1'Uf11JIS, A LI'A CCA S. Woodware &c. : Rent. e t '.

,, Mr. Q.. Crawford Crawford'sMil teri'it win be divovered that the Hornet was MElllXO rLAl/iii. {STRIPES.: FXIX- .' .
C. of! \TCOMMOfllOU-
I )Il.\ furni.hl and .
jpureL.i i <>ed, malllleluipf"l.) [ boJ'l'ld..nlt'JI I I
has pot up'a cotton gin at his mill, I [ Uhf tflMP RlliRUXS LA 6'AS. liliAll! [popular Hotel>> knowu u ihV..bini} {toaIIoiii 'J'
and is ]I to'thfe Cuban, by a dMjngui.hed New Yoik \ Painted: Racket*, ( Charnn. Ax helve*.Uroom Ihmi'1tooJ assortment. of Milk/ ( >.. AVithJlO. .rooma, :'Irt>..ting'on W...hStreet.
now ginning cotton for the people ca'talht'i: Lo was iruUeqotntly prevailed l'nn, :Miiincri: luil! ..cU w ith cotera, ao..urted tlte cuilett: Iota, W u h Basios. quail: and piut LgUn, loud w.Uof water and out- I

:" in the vkinitv.ArCTON ., upoa to accept a pre-eut, of equal nominal Yankee Notions elll'$ Jc. I h..I1.. .>n the (
a .t.ort. ,
in Cuban UMiJj. lL i. cot improbablethat ,
yaSue, '
SALES.Mr. Jose
Vigil I. .
certain GovtuuioaU officials m.1Le : : ( large louse i I.
Hardware &c. Dwelling recently Dees-
,, ;selling out his"stotk: of Groceries at auc.tion. .. found t.o be implicated in the affair! ai they fj'h.t.. by M I r. al'loO"'" Thi hoiM haa I ,'

lie intends bringing nut H ARDWAR E, ,n..,.* with fir* plate in pad order [in ODe ,, '
M a large I are 111IJ< rati,.} to barn icteierted themselvesin :: :"Irrl, Corn lil.I", A'CI"., ]lore. IInttlift: .., llarnmPra, Nuil-i. Tutkt: Screws, GimUt, Vail,t<<,h'I ut iht inoi !localitie, 10 the cit,. _

3 r stock of 'goods'_in,a few \retts.JPERSOXAL. the< inli..tment cf the sew But it will,lkt cl.f-t 1 Luck<, Ia.$ -eabuu.MUrrup.| :>pui' Mid.I : tike, vr'...a<-Bt :Saw ''.\,., Ilan< enx tll., J.u ill rent iiberof theN hoa es by th. year.Tc.'w -

.ia ; appear under any ciicunitancL:,. that-. Mr.Lemus Q J-J2r 1 o) G\i o 1 r:. 7 W a :r. .z. I I I C041')11l..e. 1..1: Kul\e+, l'utll. Ucu":: :[IIJcl". ;: ice 1'111., Fry t l'a".tlS .-4<:aymeUI quarterly in advance! > t

.-Lieut GOT. Gleason was! the lurtuither. I particulars! apply to -
iceab ut(' '
:: or an J. :: C* )1,.., .
: I atlcnery.Pnpir Irledlcincs.ilk : 'AS l' 'v.ltOnt.R"l'S. : -
in our city on Saturday last. Henu!5 tion in Washington-; -, was! i ktt.restcd: except in a O't..h'"' .. ." v. .. ". i;
GL.SSYOOD &: Tl::-\Y\lE: :ht's Pill. Ja>'t...',,. (1'ilK. McrinnenTill Tamp ;I' -
passenger on the Florida and on his wa y r Jirtctrnanert Fit iettcr Note Dill Vennifuke, liateinanV ltrup..t'artrur-I
a s Paper Paper :
to Tallahassee. lie bat fe\\.'. ic, 111lanum'furlintu l :.. :..:.../.. "MTUli : E! '81v lXt>>: '
stopped a Currcnt. .L t Qj Q S :
s* Tunica PriccN QSJ.)) ) ) ;",, 1 I. "!lV tlp I I'.tper' 1 envelopes Pen, Epsom; Sulu. (;Sum' l"'IIIII.ur i

hours. I-k iVicIIs: ; Copy Hooks, ; Castor Oil. >piriuTnrpeuliue. \

COUEC'tED wcrkty.; BV w. G. FERRIS.j \' : riling. Bookj, :. || pa'Jfor f,astoTBeana, in any qUA
steamer -l] Cv
Every going West carries of i r .
delivered at
SNUFF and CIGARS "troDi a Buabrl'upwar.l l. _# _
j! nantitJes. of cotton, hides, oranges, fit, j Long Staple Cotton t?Vthe seed) lOa 11ie pr 11. All of which we' pectfu'ly! invite our frfon-U"\ lo C/tIlAnJ/ examine. W" are till JcJerniiueuCt K.-y U"r''t, T"rnpa. Maiiateeor &l\Y'QytI.A.!.=
&c. A larger business is l being dune bt'nj' 8I i \pplta! I I'rirll. Ib. 2i>c Honey, per Ib I5" to .-ell ut ;prices "!u Lire and Jl Lire" \V : wall take in eichjuig c I I..u i.t l.of' -h pnentunthCout."uf ... -
lea.J.l'! trJ41c!; lis V r"r cwt ?3 )le'Le.llun Saddic,, Crhl ( r Ac.A ? !. for [p.UnUiig! from the East: Inditeandcilrnlar' ;.:

this year in the above. articles than ever f: :So.l. rr l I" 1.>< Iti.1.Jrrr} ll. 10al3c' iriugjnatruction': IeT4'cu1urrau ...1f
I before. lj.jld'! ::"e Iaamea 2'dSc' >fxn, C..tlofl.St.I\r.! Syrup, Cow hides Deer l Skins. Iitee-wax, Tallow,_ GUJcLen );- .l larlretini< the Caator: Beau, fwciah r ..... T I

.. Fre.icl-! j I'rh!l :S q Lnrd l j loer lb. Svc. large supply ol Frr 'i GUI>!CX SZ EDS *, E;;.J';1'otatoes; &\:., .1 1 on ai>i>Iicatiou'. .to 'J..c' i,

4, :. .. .RAlX 'XEED .-Our -gardeners an, Butler fioshc" ,,, Jt. 5 0. M.Ia.-*., Fb. pal. Sue: Key West February OFORUE 6th D. ALLY'- .. .:
t. ;
codotrv. Ib :2'i: : : > Putou-*, rr bush 75c
calling for rein as their gardens 'are snf'-! Coffee, pr Ib _!7 3"c "I&-bh. prbbl?la5 SCHOOL nOOKS A :STATION" E li V We will state to the people of nilUborouirheounty\ that we are en.lenvorinsy to 1(!et ;11'I ;/.1. .
I iriiile wiiiih will bcuefil ui all, and Wit earnestly hope will give us a liberal share .,four : ... "
; feringfor the want of it. May the hcavns Chk-Len:: f f"'r'.l li>reii. t'3 J o:1. Kerosene, gal $1 l you Brick1srlenJid !
Cheesy; l>rlb SO Ilk-:i 01 pr Ib. Uc f Choice Family Groceries *\ I'ntro'tMi'e.l : '. Florida .- _
4t weep, and send4hetn. refreshing shov. ,Canll".. {I.r Ib SCiati'lc' 1tt..l.iverro.l.: rk. H} .1 l i.rnu.1 impply of ,alt always kept on haul. Give at a call at oi'r old stand opposite the "

"ers: Corn pr bnh, l t't1139) Bar pr buh f i:1 1 FLOUR, Flolld-i, JIll use.IOOD I

M-al bush 1,5"a75uar.:; : Flit, Ib 141< a Hk I i
: \ .\ \ 0 II tUt.IYG.-.Y,' wniili rr",nettflr! i i-firm the citizen! -.f Tampa \ article of Prick i i. now being made ,
.rL! }!la ?SLr.a
Peer ldtl. :2.t!
f'eJFiwir'X : tr1I' prgal: CORN ;
A CtJU051T"r.-Ir. John Bethel, o : [ 2'1, 1..L.\,' itdL'to tis If" that wewill, furnish O.* aaJ 'j[. \\\.?..1\ l L> .I.u..u'rrcuij.. Alo h.iulm.I: : UII)" 1 ut my yard on Old Tampa" and for tale ia -
rrtl' Lrl: ra -
: _
; Point Penalis has office tin \ 25ii.UJr Li id done on rcooictUe; lc:1:: mi. any quauliiV.i The Brick made at this 'Yard tate '
to !Ib :
our : X. bbl fn! Vfapr LA;I), it cooJ as can l-e bought In any majket. '.-
t-. saw of saw-fish, killed! by him aft.; !I jl"'<' ", (1'talt Till\\: I.! 10 1'.11114. ---- -- --- Samples can be seen at Grant Craft' stork '

; ,1 __ _______ __ _, _____ ._ liLTTEK: 1'iteptrM.atthalardj! : : [ 115: f
I months ago, which measures three feeli f fI ; Jl1i5rUr.Ur U5 q DRY GOODS I DRUGS & MEDICINES. JAMES P. McMDLLiy.Fair i

-I I J '__ 1 _,,- :;: CAN FUUIT ,

member ever having sea. Warning :
4 fl1w10\ TE} 11\ ,
1 r that HAY.The FOR I.L rrr'OSg'ari notified not to sell of kill n._
Madame Rumor has it steamer tW :1: \
i(la I wFALL lr \l -0Ir' \ .. .
t ; (.riI"i:i iy' wise di po e of anq ourcattU
GOP..JTorrin, owned by Captain ilcKaj' j .1 .r"con-ei.t. th anJ find it I Ii
AVISORFMOVH: > TO i < o t< II they vr*
"4T of this city, was lost in a gale while she PHI AM\ \lllAltli -My I M.uir.: I offer /; t i '. tit ", ;punish them:: to th* zUat ot.tbJOHNlltmRT. .
1 I ; : .
lXTEUn fir :11!, iaa, l-L
1\D\ \\ hr
was on a trip from New Orleans to MoLile. [ -' Highest Mailet, Trice paid fur a ;- und) well I Iec'cdaa'otttnttto&IJr'ta -.cj ... .fi. _

We hope that the report has no j AT THE 6TOHJOP: ;:". \. .. ...- JOUX VT. CURRY i '\
: iediciaei H tVtv aunt,,,t. = ( ARCirO. Mc.NElL.Mstatee. I
foundation and that the Jhrrrin may' soon'e t 51 Seed CottonHides, &c. inn. in purl of the futluwIg,: ,1- [ September loth.( 1S69.Sin.. \ _

her appearance; in our bay. I tn L. G. Covacevich /1111'.1.: cit.Ileub.uJ. :"- !.
dW iM" '* And Bull'; Sar.lnilla" Handsome Inducement.
LARGE SALE OF CATTLE.a have j k ili". AII.'II'. Ifulr,"r.: 'liic.-j'Urtt. and I ,
Ui J ...
Cottor, taken till ConHjri.tnent i to t rbtppedto + Hntliarinn.Ho. .
it from'good ,authority that Mr.[ Julius I toy Factors in (Ctiar] :aU>n, ,;.\l\.I..h.: :\L\\' JUST oiixii: ] I), HIund'sHtid ]H"I >ttetterr..tttiVnJl : [:very. ieion who !j lfns S3: SO to the! 1

'Roc1.-ner, of Ft. Ogden has sulJ his; st.x-k I ork and Lu- erpool. \ '... .* tlr,', JlcLran'a stn} ..-'. FaI.rr 'XIX I lLrUl Y"l'ulolication .Comp ny. at :

fe of cattle to ,Capt. Berry IltnJnof Ft. A fino a+!?.nrtrrcnt of Shawls/ Pilnrkft: Fl.inlieU suck**, jlolluUti\.. > and Vul..;J"*" j alto: c.ur:'O.! : C. receuee that ,cp rb Maga. ;

I 1F" ::N- Cottua Seed: luruUWl Gratis to (PKiuii ''.li< u, HuetM..r: :f-hiltm*;, linlinolal z> e Cur: i-i.e oud a of either of .t tha
3Iea J for ; This addition makes year copy _
< *, S50,000. JOIIX : : A .
JACKSON'S.RYIN : '*. *. ickiiii.1".",, >!" < kinir tt-ilnbuii4 Tubleftlotln : varicij ori'-jiicy Jjoip \\ tae works of -Charl
.1V..i.y'o vr ) -
Mr. llendry as large a stuck owner as any IV'iinn. DeLumeP.i) tt. Cloth. Alp : i .
.e h a. 1'lli.t'.I'! >ttipos, IKckorv: '. Liiieii. llj.i1krirhie i i i. h. II.HJ be dckt nattd. -N !- T
in this section. <; OPK.XKU: :.S 1 Goom<.. I RED C. L. FR1EBELETiii '
man : I' \ It.. frvn.ld, ftll'tTuj rnl, :., I'ulUrf, Mtrino*, .iHcoetK. \\inter PERFUME ti Y, 1''llIlI..n! butubcr with premium lilt Sic .
"'- ,. .. 'ttiy.. a, ir.j: t li !bti a'h. ] ('rtkir! .. 'lIm"l.! ltrllIIII! a.. (:it.iitnrrr, i a
ri'tmd f.- J {
WHO CAX13EAT IT !-Mr.K.: A. Clarke! i; t "{'1"} ; 1 It Npnrcharii, I! t4er \ >t- '. 3JUt
veilIbbnn:: Glovta, Lawp i and a tine lot iM .1 > I IFor
; h-r-,:. M\ <'* -.i. I hr, HK.: I I..u bought lorOV11.
has placed upon our table I ill* finest and they are ..(.1.\\ as U/T as can loe I.aclit. Ilrc.>> < >O Ac Tra- .'
| any : 1. GN-VS. MiGiils: and l;
C. & S. I LEI I l) LIE.I 1 : IM'.onav'a a .
largest orange. ever raised: :In his sitiou! ; t l bought; in thin n>ark.*t. My ttoik of r.t.vAvxorwxs( niel.t. Oi.I'I I Sale or Charter I -

l! I>ikHt\ I'a'ii: I Hitraetor and KIMMI: i .1he. .
It weighs 19 ounces. If any oJ our <.rjnrc UI.A ,.li:::* ixMCI Ready-raids! CLOTHING I -
I.vl: i
\a\K : Uellef 1 .
? KfriiJy : an<1 |' I Ke-oK-: ,
1 DRY GOODS ', .. 'lrjl V,n. hi .UI rqA."10 Ton. burthI-
1 liiuwi. ,
raiders t-an beat it orQTIIV any vr .j-s i earit : 1-: eiie ol l Jini;-r. I I''uN: ; t'.tvett. !I'q (
j :IlUIt'. ''i. IIS\VA: : L.lHISD) : GIINTS: HATS.A Killer! HriutoMt! + l.i! >-liii. I', ': 'i I el XV. !H I c tur'ilsbe-l,, 1 gaud *nlN, nudi
i we would be glad. to chnclde: It. Can : lllUU ('.>li>;i>);tr, I.llll-l'illhl.! 1 I'rtfe::nrul Miip.J I'm: v "'!1'1"[ I 'ir. ..1'l'"ru "telll to MrTU. ==, -

? I... .. .-.. inaii'. l Iti: .V .., ,.... i' I u ,,1.:0: ur tliarter upon toy tciD Fur
it be beat ,l. : '1' : t.rQJ.tILt to T-mrfl. tonabit 1 \VOOI. 'f'.ti..Oli'etc.' I'INEASSOP'1'3IEN'1'OF: : UrI| "ii-' 1.1 .i l tinier; u f
y ua1. ., 'hll..I.1', t *V"nn t uzrnGt.; a ,. ,., ,,.t) ul riu .l| : fat tier particulars ap[ (ldy to tCttp

;- The steamer: Arytwi>riik luiach: ( f.oi..n. nbd ul- j ; JOCEU S. i! ..
I. t-. i Ur.N-.s;: !i.. vv .i\tll.tM; ;,l DEIS ) : y <: i.ii.Bt Oil 12th."
s arrived :at this port fruui Manatee un \ ." -, :: .. ..' ;-. ;: ]p!-, i l.'tik. :>hinae: ettry, w hale that can be foul iu u

-, a.. ,- I- t..a: ; etnq;% rtei i K, lie, havaniiali, <>co. Sl'LIINDIDbTOCKOF: )) T'F t :
Friday last. lpUh.d: oa Sunday fur !IT.. .; ., . Nuljia., (wUkr*, (:IT\' I)KIC; STOKI Sale

the above port. The Arj-t i is now u- :11"< i-): 1'a;ilt C1..11o.! Ill: iiilv-is, Mouvniugitlion We are paing New York prices for :
{,u.>>J". ... m..d d silniii. ): jj. tits tine:
gaged in shipping beef cattle from Manatee [ t Crockery-ware :ic' Plt'lI.e call nnd admire InCW. Storr.
':atllt.or Hrc.r .
(:(Jod" BEESWAX) ; VWO l'I. \CKSon Clear, Waterloo* lying ot t
to Havana and the Captain intends i I'! of ee,>rv d!<-rciipii 1 :- :t w4; 11 ... ,
Lt HIL _
b .1. \,111; e.l i tu th' growth' of t- .
Havana COW HIDES. U \a
to make weekly trips to during Gentlcain's Read1. Iado '
Clothing, !I-sir: .1'' 't. -.CaM. T-- -t.J'.r Care, Pu- -
'\ .. the season.: The Argo has been thoroughly U 31[ BItE: L L A S, tie:, &c. rUKAXcir.[. .! tutoeds. FIT i ..rttcu'au. t ai'[''1t.
Vine A\i>ol Sc S\\oc DEE SKINS v*'ci. j. '.\' Lois '
-- > v ,
fitted! for the business, .we !
up July :2tth.! ISs'J.;: t.cl11th: Swiititoici '.
'. ucecssful. BUCKSKINS lIe always ha.? ou hand the beet'jnulityGROCERIES-; i
rize will
hope the eoicrj prune -

.' ':- T; Public .3lretlr.:-:. YAXKKi: NOTIONS( GOAT SKIX. J.WiDBR8).YSOMrO.Ii \ l i ) $ \ i : or 'YOUTH." .

., meeting will be. IIt:1I1t tin CourtHouse I LMHIiirtZXrs! ; i Cilll.DnEN'd: :; HATS !
r, rriitlenian who l'ufT"rl'll for year* from
; '- Saturday evening, CJh Sn.-t: at 7J j BEARSffIXStEK.ll'j/t: fiKiys. FOX -AND- 1 >.< lebjhty. Pretnjtur : and all

h cO P. M. for the |turH)

as to obtaining: a City iryraiion SKIPS rake ut to fftrlup: humanity .endre* to all ..

for the Town of Tampa. A full attcn- I I I of nil (Jrnd,-. AXDCIINIIltAL I n ho '.c--! it.. the receipt anl dirrrtiont fir '
; KACLUOy SKINS, SIlCEl SKIX '11.i' >i thr.i'oplr "iiedy by which he ,
dance is requeued. I U4Th I'urn H"! <-"ii, I'oik. !Sl.ouMcr! *, }!" ..1 i .',uiferer .rmhiiii, ; to proft' by the ad. ..

f D. Ghira,. II. Albnry, : : = WILU-CATSKIX* i MmLiTi-l. M.iccornni., Vernitcilli FaicyiUtuU. i < : : \011 i ..r'- eKjieM.-' .., C..n do fo hv alJrrllra .
"x .4iiiii-h, |I'| |111..1.(i l I'ckle, *. > i '
n'iirI'll \
Iuard i wi.l-iitr. JOII
J I. i. \=
J Aiulrvu, U. C. } c.. JL, ... .. iI 1.(1 IL )GI'FNNo '
!L "! ( .1..1. *. !Tiiot |H. ...1tatlrr! : I 42 Cedar''trett .
1, .. .. J.G. MilK-r mum t L.1I Ct'vai\\.i"l'fkli l ..
tl II. Cram C. 1.. I'rielr, TlX-WAKi:(:, ,l'TLiL'1', STOVILS.: l n'I., ,.. 't, '.,I. '.!, ".' ::14Idl" C'iirsr; Sni ro (;C\tfj"I"rl": 1--......
t .1.i !t. t ", Carii-i: I
Pr'uti '
? I K.: ..\. Clarkt. I 1'ct 1 ,114bFett.'f !1',1.; -\fijp. TIn: \,! ('r. 11,1iD been rentorpd
J. Jackson Saddle! I t.
t I Bridles! 5IcL0Uaa 3000 -'I"| -. : [ e. Aill-twl. ,, >. lilf.,1) \ ;', ..
tI .1. : I .. .. : Drayn, Str-cet t ttenr tie 7-iv+ I.> i l Ie'I (' k.i. I.)" \'f'ry tttt
K Uran.-h, Williams" : V' t.. i ,.j( i ..1.| '.-. .Hr..1. | .\1'1'11'1'1,1, I II
,. t A. Wartri'twJ. I*. IIni.ltTM lIn, i I'r. J1..,. Shot! Oun a-.d I'All I' to 1 s. 3000 F" ':..illl''<. I I''. ...'i -, In. 'i-, I'uMii-, :-I.t; l lit.: "-" !I 1 ee::0" Itl r-h'It i\nif'li-fa-e.fiitreied" '"n"eteril.umrtnnln; vears i.< anxiono with. a S j

'1'. K. : .. Awl CHf'\C.I.:. U.YIOKNC: I IPC SAVANNAH CEO., to
+ McKay[ !JC'lln r.Cbl kit -I* f -tatinrrry SelruvlCuuke TOBACCO I I I in ikr kiirw.i> III Li. ''fIy.Plltf..te,., tb e mews'
i In.i,al writ)i"p: pal| t'r.'Iuk..C. 3000 'H't.t h,:, Iwu,1.1 F. tivi :R.I )niinpt IItt."t.n.L"h..n, to all bn.'n f'", rn f ,'uie. 1"a1l"lu:" iltsnv itliKi .wn"fQI., t

hrJlroH'rn'lltc.We : l.all1l" alld PCI'htllt'I'", LEAD: Ii rt''i-te.l, l.. i>'ni'1' ,sty. aid, liberal\ aJ-! d.i"u'l S .' 'J'.1' I I. j''tl'.'n tI-PJ) (frernttharKe) _
IVttof: .. up"ii 1'ioiute$ :: iu hat. A : t.'I, Ii... .j'It*n..n' bur theM
have noticed from time to time the Snicking & Chov/mg: Tobacco 3000 :>e'iatljsTl : I SHOT, i UeI.I\ I''it', \ will huda are I'hl"rlh>'turfoi'numi. saws r
improvements going UD in our city, andRe CAPS.An I t.- '. 11'htt&li,";u chit .', tliv The [ .
uoticc the Cigars i : &c, above i... w,,.il ... i-, r',111, I fa'j, .y ii..' chased i i.
1- are J' to iinpmvc- ;, Ivt ;Hi: (, j l. \ I A!: t.U\ t I l'; .13.e-ltrltr... I'a U, Tubs. stet'*. I.. r ft/louUo. I Of Apul.<.hno: < I.. '' .. ",I.. ti-! u!Hi<-te.l l und njread information M-nj-iion,

ments that are now brh: ) made. Me:>>
i Grant and Craft, not hating: room enough:; f ('..!l I..e !1'.'>-, 1'11I'..".. fiat 1\1.1: 1 Quart Carel..L. / I j,..;p", ttefvi" will try h.. remel\'M (ftv i
.z" to their in- Fine OLD In"l1IKIY:; : : ALL,,II 1. \\rA I TlJr.XTED! \ \ I ..t 1"nr I ..1'd.lrl, .uiV...., li"I.ti.: L'-k! ?. FARLEY & SIMMONS\ *.. 1 -i, lhia I notlntiir.: I and Iel. I-m ty proie'n. b.a! S ,
in their t-Zure owing '
I 1'
i I present c'ltAMl-AONL[ I:; clUU. I:. Ml; UW[: Ac. lln.. ic.. I'otunre.. .1'e' *. I Pins, :Ne .-..1'"d., ni'i:: II i le-i wi.hii.jj *the. pie"crlption, will "-
creasing business, are putting tip a large lyreand: 'la''k.., "--1'] ..<>ll.., JrolK, IJllt ttO. ['ttrt': aJJr" c 1 I
MEUICINE I ( AS'I'Olt OIK UI.1\S.: A large rpienjid tutsiitluiviit of COTTON FACTORS t ;J K",*. }:rawAitrA. wn>ox. 1

",and comfortable !store on their lot near f:NCFFI I.muI'h: tI' \'iliumklAirt, KIIISM County, Yew; :irk tl ,
I the Methodist church. i A UIt"ITIO[ '. Act: IJ'or r lush the highest market price will be :: k.\. .AM I ( "

I *" ?_ Substantial sidewalks are being made I el In iu fat th.; HH\It.atettun..t .; ,; canLa: !fouaJ that i id! Leeds ; JL; puiil Lt'L.. (0.J OuVACnV'CU. i!i IS'inea.Lemon Syrup, ': rr"'o-,-J. .,_..."..! .. .... _. ..._... .-.p.:-.i."", ..._.._.., _. __.......... i IYRAPUGE j

of the town old fences -- ---- i I Ka-pberrv \"rlll1 \ I
I 4n some portions ; :'rclJ ,.ttpttl ol I
l .
II O' 1 /)> >mrt'ja "Mill' ;; Julep, I
; are being torn down and new ones replaced !: I WANTED WANTED !!!! And !:11 fact ev''i\ thin.' cnn; Ir fouad !la, 'm' I :53: 1: lJ t. S trannch, (;' Till,: JUSTLY CELKBRATEI: 1 1 \

p < 1 :More that i i. Honied l I v: mvJowii mid l't"1 i 1\' 4 Chill and TcvcrArts j '
end in
and I Cipeller:
I repaired '
ri = j houses painted GROCERIES 100 patriiit I thank, !mjn.tniji' r* f.trtitrut, II' IvEFCECNCK: : 1 .1
..*;.. fact oar !little city will: .soon look as "neat : DZINF.c :< patronage und li"j-"- t.. hike u CuutiUn .u 3lrael: ;, 4VAtsu: 'ATRIK t <"0.. i t .. _
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j DErOSITORIESFOE A Liro Dialy Paper. \i .:J
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atoll riXMAX 111. B. FAkKAMO ,Pl'RlFUCB 1 -FOR.- .

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ADOrTE roa txirosM: ClxIx Tai



-I J,d ul Circuits, anj will give prompt of Instruction of the- _f 1

4 .JtttatMa-ur_ hpol baiitCM entrusted to 'bit!I nt1tti iN. i inn Jrchnt' A Sure. and Positive< Cure Strut forth of tht Tampa Sew Mill Superintendent State Pnblio of Florida. The Cheapest-in- the Country.. i, i

1trtutb. iiW JySIM i fit sill Description JoneI I I.iII
for-t:IIILL FEVER. FEVER AND AGUE \\'foll"I the above Lire with nU'flc", "a American Edacationa. Tbe Daily .\dYerti er.publisiied; at Sarannafc .
B !J Street, Savannah Gto. Dl&iBAUUE.PYRAFUGE pnbilfluri; of the bo rent W subscriber for ;
and dipaUh.' ::'liti..fIlCtivll guurunlecd.FCR.MTIBE ; The.'tif" of School and College Test Book country I
: C. CRAFT i Two I.'ollar: and six
a for One
,. ADVANCES made on Cotton con limited, tiAbatthevery year \
LIBERAL ofT r Jjie foJIi.wing \>>f a
ljdlat Cents.
i us or 'to oar Corr --cpondDt' inNw affixed :5p ,feh
low special p'ice
York and Liverpool. Bagging, Rope The AdveiiMt-r contains aa !much reading .
fur the enabling! lenchei:. and papili :
Attorney at t Law nd Iron Tire lam abed at fount rate. ocSmL. I Ieane purpp: i at for )le, i mutter as the averezeof Weeklies and is '('8. t
to obua 7-ooks adopted >
-- cal1evutd: to affording its reader a eon..lenerdsudconcisedailysitmmulofl'olities2. .......
I *- :\ CLEANED AND REPAIRED!) suet to thcrn'rlve-s suit iu tech time and: ,! '

-Ar t. cnuiAKTnr. JORX FLAXNEIT.: : : err ae will qui>.k:.t promote the. welfare of Uelpiou: and Agricoltaral topics at ho /" NV
Jnditlfcl n& al.'! allJ csttbt.h: the, prosperity of the! cau.'ecf *
lulu forlij ilk and abroad and
Chwtrj faithful
u a authority ou The
READ DAD: COrrI\S: with law of i,
t -AU<)- L, J. UUIUI1RTIN & [(0. "r r.ot cute all ills flesh i* heir to, but doeietfeoi education in accordance and recommendation thf Savannah marketana qnotation..
the State, and the plan 1
a 1 mj'iJ cure in ]It i* aliYelr.ll'om(>t"hcfI.iu. aod.a> Public Instruction.Kort
SOLICITOR of theSupei-ictendeiitof:: !
COUNTT : economical '
Land Daily
Always on in the left bind column paper[ every ODe t I

4 .For> .lie. .Cooatj of IlilUboro.ngb.. : ,, Cotton Factors, miLL FEVEB, FEVEE A.\D AGUE are tie-regular The prices retail:, prices; thosa: in the should have for six in the months("Inllr.and try'it.ty Send. your, sabcription -, I

...Offic jntba ba ement of the Court flour* AN'DGENERAL Order for work promptly altendel to. right band column are the price at which the Local AgeLts Wanted to whom'alii, .....
JadgYa Office., book will be furnished for introduction .
Apposite th. county LAD Jar eral! percentage on suUciiption will be aliov .
.flEEDS.CONTRACTS MORTGAGES AND J3f Country produce talcn for F rfliturc; .ax '1I0rd}"(rom thia date, at either ))erOIIIO. ed. -

: I/ other inatrnmcnU drawn ., short notice.Dflee ry. BEARD KIMBALL
., ) boar:' From 9 to 12 clock. L m, an J. D. HAYCOOD.605m for Proprietors.TOE e .- -
Rttail.Sander Iatrud.criors i
front t to b_Po m. dommission Merchants ,
Campo ;Way 1 tth 1B69. tf *' Primary Chart t' :,

6 numbers of 4 card, set fS.OO II. O SAVANNAH -, i
t .. H. L. MITCHELL. Bay Street, Savcu.nah, Gco. 1P mA W 111 m7r. F101tIDABAKERY i Sander J Primary (:hart.8 .- I I j '
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o* i in sheet.... 1.60 75 : \
Union Pictorial Primmer 20 10 !
I Iit'II Agtat. for Dra
f" I at Law I r. the of all medicines: Union 15 : I
: Attorney and IionTiee .' on band.iaal now faking place patent TAMPA. FLA. l'"lIItr...... .... 25 :
Bagging Rope 'way. 'I.da Union I. n.t'rl\o.] I.. tfaoCO 15

I .,1 FaCIlities rxtcudodlo Cus Union 1 Reader, No. *... .. 35 DAILY i TRI|.WEEIIT, I- .- T' .
TAMPA FLORIDA tomes Union Reader: No. 3..1$ 40 -- "
t Oct U 6m I BmVOL1I1 !rOl:1: F resh ntcnd, Union Reidrr: No. 4..... 1.2' 65 A tCUAtlK rAI1L / ,

a. : .'WJD rty prqlphva\1oD; to all badsa '" loi llltahll'i1'o.! &.. .. 1 60 'jU"iolll And Commercial Newspaper
... I.COKeel' "
Itrader. 0.6. 2UO
hit .
II&i dto .
dare.'r& C1uE3&
K. U. TU09 W. GOlD<>r '
-. p" 8tb.-'ts. l-j First L *iou* in /Containing! the latest .- ...
F1.a' n new
IK TBI Grammar,..:-... ...... 45 22herl..ul by telegraph : _
TISOX & :GORDON, Will be ti'pt eon.scantly I; mon Urammar 1.20:: CO W and Mail from sit 1| parts+ of the world ; a .
l '(of>f LIhxnllwx.J.. F.:'H rp aaoatEWEflSUH I dl'- Composition: and daily t tekgtaphie Reort[ of all Foreign and ,

((j JFlO on hand Ulittoric.Sptncerian.... ......... 1.25 C5: Doiii. :*tic market., together with a full daily :
c t 1 C.- PhysicIans' : Book 20 15 Grocery undjProdoe ,
RSON Copy esIpenctriun'
t 1 'ft END .
ar.Jior Kale: at thePLOfIDA writing Charts ilal bit. Every FriJay we publish dull Fi- "

- = t at Law lyy,21\ : ir.c.1I ,..... ,.. LOOI.JO 1.00. / naucial and Commercial Price.[ of the 6'aan-
Attorneys Qt'.J, :5Ilellceril1l Key to I.c4- ash Markets cotitaibing Current com- \

: TAMP"". 7LORJDA.VJU Will about Commence. B AK E E Y, Com.IUIIII.hip ikhool..1dof.:..H ...Dry-... 75 parative.taterentof tile 6'laftittics carefully Cotton compi-tM, and]iullMercan ui.drr and .-

by direction; of the Hoard (If'i"1\ t of )
MERCHANTS TUB WOKDLRFCL ant t Strsttou', Boot-
kf."rin. .:.... ... .., I.2') CO In the futuif.n i in $Ihe past the .Viu: wiil ., t ------:-
t. nrMtlM U the So .tEim wd EtenffU > T Iai !3 G Q.'IrE ( JOHN F, FLETCHER. Corn school I>J. ol Dry.abt pursue the etraiFhtdurward.arnai.' : hci.- f
l eat C'olcnel \V" .
J' i"J. T. 1Iutul".s.u. sutlx j <
itl. of UnSUi* d.ttratton'*blanks 73 jy. i :
FEVER t MEDICINEI Tampa }hy 19th, : iltaR!."" .IUI. 1st. (f-to j still continue butiness at the old Stan J High t tx-bool Ed.ot' 15 ryStrattoa' the ,

98 BAY STREET aud odes our service unt &:: :* Book paper. f _
f raDIOAjIPhysician *to the Alcrchant aiid 1'lanten of Ilillisboro BlACKSMITHINGArD kcrpiug. [ ..... .... .. : 8.00 1.60 ICRMS : I ,. .
.- ?. ._-_ and the adjeeentcunotir* fur the tale of Cotton I G the name eiven to it by A'l who I.uelFe, 1 1t. }High bchord Ed. of Dry Daily, i>*ryear ...... ...... ... ... ...... $10 I .
i t Q and other Produce, also for receiving and it and'who disregard lb..&labul., dut: call it theONLY rut t:: :.Slrattou't blank 2.00 7'ri-U'eekly (per year ... ...... ...... |8 I \
a 3o Flo Cf; r> forwarding Cotton andMcrchandine. Wii'/on': Primary American Subscription received for any length of .
We are prepared to make liberal advances History ..'. 65 so time, from one month upward and if you .. ;
"W & en eOD igpmeot to u. for ale in tbis M rkt Parleys Univ'rsal history l.fiO 80 want a Savannah pepeq..ud one dollar and "
$ Surgeon, or where rite preferred to be forwarded to our TREE t MEBICIMFOR \V\\Re\vft\g\\Ung\ Cray's How Plants! Grow 1.20 CO try the :NEWS for a month. .
friendiiaLiTerpool.New 1 York, Philadelphia Grays' School and Field ty All orJere by mail or other ew

Book of ..... promptly attended t< .
TAMPA FLA.nis Boston or Baltimore. HoUny 300 1.60 x3T" l IF
: : Hariog had fifteen Jean experience In the THESE CCJIPLAIXTS l vj>o>itory fur !:astern Florida and IhebtJuckionville z: All! communications to receive prompt .
i ',. : rrilF. C\DF.n-; John'* Uivei tuui.try. in the Store of attention must be addressed to.

-.. mnD PROFESSIONAL: srayiX Cotton Commli i ton Bniinen J ?.t.* "1'I', :.. r.{9'\.!VfJJjVK ? C I VJlnUS DhCI \V. J- II. I-.STILL, EJ. k Prop Ii i
x Pees to the citts; .atofTampa and vicinity! .,"ot' .. ... b
S ii Savannah, we have an extended and gentril .r'I--rr N J} VVvliT Fla.Depository .
Taop.Oct. lbrb 2C 11. acquaintance whom we refer with COD We challenge a single Caso ; i n 1' v *;.J .*f jiipg "V* '\ the Western Florida, ai>d the

1'' -ssaales> .- --- -- ._ --' fideoee. clip.or.., -i ..,,. Qft; Se &- GItt: >,,.I. in fir tin tc ofS.:5..ile'ttt.11.i. 5m' nm1Ji l f rlIIb1icIIn} I' ; -
: MERCANTILE. Reipectfallr, TO TRY OUR liiiithni' ; :.vid, V.'l.rri f. r-"tr", "t"C- era ,. ,

.. WK. B.TISON.WK. wnc5.ui.ii 1:1: n mvi 11' V ; Sf&i' 11"'aat4Aac: : 1'1.,_ DAILY & WEEKLY.
1: tt.-.. POST. A. M. HOBB; !. W. GORDOK.Itbtb I I l 11'1. i ; v1 1 Xii:r J.i2XKii'Sy k< 7rutbrn 1 .. loa Iw <, ,'\ .. I I

-- --' .irlS!: C7. 176m. ; : Mnkin.:', ie- y ** ..J" .r, An, ':1. t.h.. i .,.. nl'Ov.Jr U) J. K. S.\CCD) ; i u -
.Url.k.; uil:; ::1.1I ) -
& Kvf arc bira.iwMc! :, |I.t.. : i 0:1 ) tr.J.;: >r-;4rn"!d i.i prased! to I
POST HOBBY oi Ir on r ': *.I.I.I.: trtiu- ;. '.oj.IHI,1 nt n i I Th. atnonnce t- t '
g nsuuu nl's tioiice. J t II.! fr I "! .1"1n J, !promptly vid. > i ., -.h. .:e,-i ii 1 b'J ')'.' I U that I K > haw again come in -
1111I ?: '*: .1.! poeSH ,
8. M. LEDERER & .. I > f"%\t'Ur Acln-oiA AJter liitf,' ex;..r.-t'iofi at I <> i : this time
00. ITS fur llu-ir J pot.t i p.lrvc,, e, ...<1 /.'<: 'J.. .:1.. I : -hunorrd journal and exIt :
ix l/IO.llas. f! .
{ire tar u va'l.: : iII. t : d.-aere! Hi .p.ur xiui'iity:; : lai:! fHJ I"| r .:s' i 'Irvote! his entire time to making it, aa 1\
r C0BB.miielon Merchants 1; r.\tSE. (-'in.-( We will ut All! t/n.o a.tJ. .,- : .V.M'i 'r. e.. -'n.l: tu non" in the tou1h1 .- \
TArnrC'. ilirch 14th u.oUV-c l B..lrJ.i of Public: ludtiuc'.soa: at c.... 1 :' .' -:oI""nlllC..ol! rlllta.ill better -,
63 yar \
II 1 17-ly. lua'r:-jute.i... ..I"i.)" ;, j :" .ublfran WA'. under 'bis .
FOREIGN rharpe.nco'ir4ie
,." Orleans, La. DOMESTIC Won'sr? I JF'n"> ;p Qtiao 9 ------. .!:- 1V!>ON.) PIIINNEV.( r.LAKF-MAN A Co. ... -. him to hope that by pr-mpt andcoiitincfd

Sbippiug! ubUshcra: of the .\nt'ri""n Iduta'iunalrrirs: ::: support the public will euuble: him ,
I 47 and U GrmittSt. \. Y. to carry. this purpose into effect
a LAD THI )105TOBSTINATE October 15th! 2w Tu the Merchant* of the South, and especially
---- ol bis own rtate. he looks with eel sjt-!
urn?. DRY GOODS. CASES He.u. liar Gulf Inckc4f. deuce for generous support, promising themin
i &YatwoxI.u: JACUOlil Public Notice return the best news, commercial and political

} ..,. o. Fnuto. Hour PBOUC. OFFICE OF i journal that his up..rit'ced and capabilities

Viso lath J869. IT MUAT YIELD I Ii Iy can ,produce -
TS HEREBY: GIVEN! of the formation of ..
113 BROUGHTON iSoU CIA Ilia nee" LineFordaPorls JL a Tha Weekly Republican.
ST. corporate Company, to c e known by the
> argrrtaoer.. A. I. mtL.... o. r.Peteson "E1f.I TO". Manufactory in the United Slate tl name of thaTAMPA Designed more especially for the! planting: -
community and .
'" others who hare not the prirtlrpe -
t t Hill & Co JACOB LIPPMAN'SWholesali TlJ 0 g. !:'L&JIlli a11; ':::l:?:r RAIL ROAD COMPANY of a dily mail, will be found to cor tain
; s. M. Lederar, ) farannah. Ceo all L the news cTf the wrrk c<> into 1\ .

I.M..Frank. f f \Vhof place of business shall be in the Town emalll'omrl1JI.! and by the endi, >f the I'rarwe _

; .WHOLESALE GROCER S Oostave Eckiteia. ) ap IyIEINHARD Drag & Paint: !House of TAMPA, in Ihe C"Uhof, HilUborough: expect 'to i iikue it on a' larce imptiial beet of
r. _11 ._ Florida, eight pages. to cuata n more reading m.t..rtb'an
\ .:>' in the south.TF.KM3. .
'q T'Iic1'i ireseof "i.i r..mptny: i io to build auy paper
o &o 'J?. Ii! rend "luil' n Hail liuad: lion the i :).
BROS. & CO. Savannah, Georgia. Qtt .. ) watrr! of
:a'::! -
:.- the. BA: >"utb olT.iMj-.i! riiiiiiin the Daily One year tlO .
: i1' :: throuph
:r; : DIALERS .IN :;: ... loon< /f Tiinip.. ; Abe CC'IIt.;,. sit. if Hills .. !iix "'"'ItI; ,.. ... . $5
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'. "iI a HERRMANN WEISSBROD, a.... -..;.........,--.'",-<-- \ fiJI.. .- borough: COUMV.the. In ih.. !-'t'lte..r Florida! to .' F.r" !1.- time (por month) $1 .a

conic pointers Florida 1 Hail 1:011'1.] 1v.e.ltr.rryear: . . $3
RIlOLESALE DEALERS IKoofs the amount of capital itovk ..h,1L., \ ; l
.! t 1 one
-.; ultra! pro IN ( ) N. Il. !'Hym<:nt in advance for either
SADDLER G Uy 1l/Li1 7.! .r 9 II il nil red fliMiiwiind Dollars, to beivided ,
d into Miar.'S of Une Hundred Dollarsench. Ldiliunwithuut exception. \

: 1W r'Jdrp ud Tchonpilonlu Sts I Sfyots, gats 1 TO Trn p.-rcerit. of each share suWribed' J. n. SNEEO. .

New shall be paid: in: before commencing to build ion Savannah : _
Ha T n 11 *-Jfaker, Up holtter&eI : YortHavana. saidlnnl.: And tileu: .re lnrulpaymentshell: _

NEW ORLEANS, READY* be m.\ de :in nccordnrce with the .eesmcnt and
; r MAOE CLOTHING lanl a : CalltlY Lfbrtry: Combined: ,

Will nttcTidtonny businesin thiiline with ordered! l J.\' for l'r.i.ltni and Director .... .........,.. ,
\ BU for John F. TU'. Far. Alonr. I This C Corporation shall commence on the
nr c o I./U' "44 au-1 I f1'b. wor.derful iovirticn of
rvtttn.etra dirp.ttch.
tones Ac : aru now pieclicn I printing, atone
; fecond
Ntw Ont1A, chrf A utUtt.; A It.1h6tt 1: and terrain"ate
: LA.
) OcroBtn
r 0 i'vie s ':a I..ltr'c rs |> < rttiou dlt''pr lr. ISfiS.t second day of August t, A. I'. 1SS9.Th'off.ocrsof .l imprrstion. seven distinct rolois mn t
o : Jsm.1Stb,16W. 17 i; ,.u Lc dune eI.ewbere. 1 ci.n l Ie found weUy line or Ftenmshipn luiving been f'A- thi Company hall consist! i Le of the greatrkt tiinmpfsol .
115 Brovyhton Stru!. at ali tine nt my licp' un the optaitrside{ of f I f\ I laMisl I: :d. ivr City 'of aPrebidtut1cc I'nsiJrotecrctary and this groerr tioii. To utilIze this invention ,,
the .tro'ld, end a liltle"t:. et t/f .Vr.J. Ftin.tcr .. F.VnitY SATURDAY! a .steamship for : I 'Trt-ft'urer. the owner: of the brae and its; patents introduced
1'rwA.R i
Savannah Geo, ''xit5, jAPAtAriiitH. ST. MABKCEIMII\ I\ ': The\ election ofoficrr'shnll bch rid nt the ..
II .WEKSBKOD < TAMTA. Knv Wr-. and UAVAMA lakii g 'freight 1 l"uin>M corm ,.f .the Company, on the second
.p Iy Titmp% Fla! Oet, tb. I alpo 'lor New: Y,'r.K tit CEDAR I\.u. the Flori ,dav of '\U;(use, annunlly. THE ILLUMINATED .

da 1 kailroad ai..1 l a line of Slf airship'* connec '' The highest' amount of ind.'btedne,. or liar
-T. K--S-P: ENe E R.Auctioneer, ting Fernaii?'ir niid, :New You-k. Freight, ta I I I hi; lily to ,yhi, h the Company' ran tubjcot it* WESTERN WORLD
I & GO.
OIlBJ JENKINS PHILLIPWHOLESALE DZIi\LY\ SKI ken from S r.w YORK for nil FLORIDA PORT, and I felf at tiny time shall bclWo MILUUN DOLLAUd. ,

J for nil landirgsou: the CIIATTAIIOOCIIEC: '' A weAlv journal useful Popular and En, .
and F'LI'TRivrr.:-; .
S., C. DARKEn, tertaininjr Literature each issue containing ,
a : Grocers The line will continued thio-Jzhout the Pre,ideat. two cr more illustration in colors. It J* the -
; year and the lowest rates' of freight-will be DIRECTORS design to send this elegant periodical into al\}

1. GROCER TAMPA FLORIDA. maintained ,pivinc:: every (po ible facility In : circl: t'I And sections The j
Planter* And ItTorUIII... FttutK
: < Mrrrhante in Florida t>t nvail'/Mtnnx Ilooren. CUI

PI 331 Front Street AVOCOMMISSION (thmnrrhesof all the Itenrfili. of frequent and! JUIU D. Gate, CLAIBOR.N:' It. MOBLCT, IW ILLUMINATED WESTERN WORLD \-
PROMPTLY TO ALL BU communication with ;New Orleans and .
n inei in thi line i New Y"ik in Khipp'rie, their crop* tll rnnrkrtetj ,, ILU\ )( F. WantTampa. will be devoted to General Literature Science, -
fit Bakzaaa strut MERCHANT in: uLt&niiiir FJppli: <. The I August )lOthlS( <* Agriculture.! : Full of rerial Romance _",
......... pa. Aug. let 19,9. l IY l sttrntion "f *, Mo-
t! '-.j who! Ore url-rin: :; C.14 1 from'NEW rice >*Letctirs, Travel. Eesay: oil Practice} .
SAT STREET Y"BK, IS C:3..1! to tin-f: ..-i I (hut they fhip} l't'r..s. ti! inkir.p, ? of advertisini to any extent all.1 l ::,uivntlhc ropier, Agricultural and Ilorti-
1..11. 11 ist/t OfJC ALL KINDS OFPlain :ia. .tldy fours l"Y"rk bv this ;font' AT I will Ju will Ulore: waldu; contracts to cultural, !l.nllo. F.hion U sip and Chit-Cbat, ,

,' tUnmJnwtV.Y.V Row .YORK :!iMtJQiI LOWER KAlkS i.n'd: IN QUICKER( : : I srl'Y: tuGro.F the Children's Uoppr, h llomor, Pcetty; Acl: .
ILaa: iiinoa., Gao ) V :!: GIl, IIMEthnr.bynovt't/errrntr, : i toM i by a'I:I news dealer; :SuUcriptioa, 3 per
)(arc Ue>
1T I Cotton taken! \ to New; York nnd throuclu annum. Ad-iicss

LI Branch Office at Qnitman Leo. and MadiionFla i.i jB.lSs] La-'i. n siit'iied l at towt.T I v\tx LIHK-; fLL T1IK[ WE..TEltyVOltLD CO., I '-
and Fancy E4LAliVa(1FlmadeonC'u; +tuu consigned Cor. Park Place and College Place
T.BERRIEN OLIVER, Liberal adrance on all eoneigomenta.SLOi. to cs n N P.v York and :Now /rhars! : j ADVERTISING ACENTS. P. U. Itox;4,9-29 N. Y t'" ; .
i Urder
: the
II' rert"nt.1.1B.1e! with the
UU Ifitw 4 Pn-prietor Tallaljaeaee Sentios: P....*!..fli< t!n"partmrl1l. the/'Flori-h Railroad :for( an estimate.: They here tmefjuaVd} facili- '
C nipai.y: will Ji;[ A/learner to a ail from tin for IIE'Curingthe insertion of advertisements i ru.1Jltr f OOnun iu t 1
It GROOTER & CO. JOB WORKNEATLY New Orlcsr.s rvtrv :Saturday, from Ifnvai.aevery J in all newspaper and periodicals nt low ril:
COTTON FAOTOR, 'j Tu."day andKevWest{ every Vt'ednesd. Addressthem.t s.1 t.
.sy. Postma COTTON= FACTORS IO'ano> have l.ofi in.trucli."j 1 toenJutails to Havana 17 verbally acknowledged the Model[ P r'.or! _
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'Hava i. a 4 Po LSDCOMMISSION i' turn, mail toc.icc: pott forwarding all such) | :;CID! of Thought Prr.v! >nal and Literary Oo r i itip
:Imuf'-r 4clu.i4&: llrnl' for( their Circular containing | : t \ (including '
bui-xpcjiudin:\ :: its transmission [ special mmt on Fa.h. I : '
bj thiroute.i the; namr of more than One Thousand >"ew". Ions,) Instructions heath ,
tJ8N81UL PURCHASINGfORWARDWG MERCHANTS{ Lcrtko T aperj and cost of advertising, in them. etc. the Amutaments. .
OU "mpa pf>irjj} l'l'lh. every Fiiday.Lotva ) ,by best authors and profusely l

AGENT Tarnpn 2"inj Norih. every Fridoyj I illustrated with costly! engraving*, useful and t
'- No 07 BAT Sin.x Clrgbornik CuDaio blm'* Range Bay St Everv accommodation 1t12.) facility will bea.T. reliable Patterns. Embroideries and a con 'j 1

.>rd.-tl and Con-i inc: ';* 'b'V the) Notice. stant succession of artistic novelties! with otb ..
Gibbt ; AND COTTON Loeat+ of the line er useful and entertaining literature No r.. ,
otll Wilcoz. Co. at nil poif.t4. 1
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I F. W. rhliiClNS.: l A CO. AND AFTER THIS DATE. Salt will be "fo.t of tasteean! afford to do without "thf ,a.: ,
c Savannah 'Goo.. Rags Wanted J .lnnlt. ON'euldatmy :-alt Work at r.oekroillt. I I Monthlv.\ Specimen copies, IS: cents f. .1
T ibenlsdraneetonCottoneonei ntd to our I 2C : .l.-'r* ".w Orl aul. I r'lo. itt One/ ]Dollar: "hu hr1, that'io.1 mailed (re,. Yearly, (3 with a valuable pie.
l reent of Cotton Corn. Strop Zt'cnt Lj correpondeote in New York.acd LirehCb / excepting t mil: m. 'twocopie & :fin\
fc r .. ., ...J .;;T to Merchant fCr retailing ; three copies., (.5b: ; \'
V.' nid'...Tobacco, Ric ; Pool "' ; j'tlrl'nllel| who tiro copie!, ", ',
etc. w I 12. and 1
upon "II I III : will be cbarc .' splendid premium for
A FAIR PRICE PAID. !; ) (-nu. Thii rub-will 1 .
F"f ibafftl adVMCM will b. cud when dear a?.- 171 ChnraJ-ers :trrt: :New YOlk. lot be'varied under eirC'urulllnrl'4.E."lt clots at $8 each, with thv first premium to .,
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