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 10, 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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I : I' I I ,, From the Qreenport, New York. Times. To the l'n -. The following i is the conclusion of t an ositions 1 beg her to repeat, and to call ? i
: I ; )IR. We believe that wh'n' I her antI hers to say: their vrorst pledging '
d :'I EDITOR : I send jou an article recently ;aiiy man has address on "Int<'grily of Charlcter"t1 upon -
: J" 1 1' : : i : I published in the N. Y. Evening liepublic. .. publicly advocated error thaNt i is his dut -I!. livered ai.t t the commencement- the- Kentucky ,: I myself to meet their allegations. whatever "- .. '
: ;! WALL It gives just the information the I t ty, as soon as he i is convinced\f cr- I they may be, and only too happy .to *
rich invalid aud laud speculator de*>irvs ror, to publicly confess and renounce it. t :Military Institute, June, 1 SCS, il)" f informed, at last o their real nature. : t

but there are otbers who are nut rich, who; We, the undersigned: feel that weNhave He,. It. A. Holland, who i is to deliver I (Signed) % "ll ROS. -- f i+ --

10u AT LAW. desire to go to this beautiful land and escape been in gre\ious error in political mimattts, I lectures in Augusta on' t the 2d and 3d I "August 9, 1817. \1 j

( & the'rigors of the northern wimer.Of .- that we have been active in spreading PI t' pros., for the benefit of St. J lmes' Mcthist I "!'. S.-I have been, and am now, utterly ( )'
IS// FLA. the fifteen thousand!\ hero said to have I litical doctrines, which can only result in.' ( I ignorant of what description her allegations ;
: landed in Florida last winter, hut few harm to the country, amid we think it due[ !. | : ) Church : : charges or whatever name they .

: i THE 6th and 6th! were of this cl3. Living at what is to ourselves and our fellow-citixens to rejoice, young gentlemen, that I I may have: assumed, are, and am as little -" '\.;
; 1 1 : .! will give prompt his called a hotel or Loarding-ll entrusted to
: St. John's River, costs /roui SltJ to'$25 When' the war closed:: the whole South integrity\of character in a hero-not 01! I kept Lack, tmless it was to sanction tho .
I : 1) per week, and a scanty table is in some was filled with men who claimed] that ;. the past, t DHtof) the I.resent-not of some most infamous calumnies,by silence.
places, set at that price. It was reported they had freed the colored race, and who t distant u-alii, but of jour own suffering (Signed) "Brcox." ( .
j I 1 \ that at some of they hotels in St. Au- declared that they were the only friends I tt I section-not of foreign birth, but of blood __'..r- -_", i..J 1-

I : j \ gnstine five dollar per day were charged of the colored man. We, believing their j}, broilivr'to that which throbs thrills of cn- I General JVcws. t I
| with a "go-downv sleep ou. It sounded professions, very naturally made them our !I i thmui i sum through jour veins at the men-) I General Hancock i is in St. Loni.v ,
at Law little like Dr. leaders in liOhitiCS.Ve I lion of<; his name.: I rejoice t that. '
a Franklin's: whistle !- now see thatf' we pos- Lexington, Alabama i is without "i.ail-.
One of the officers on board of the steamer these men from the North are not here ;1 sess a model\ of manhood worth more to or. N'

the 6lh Judicial C't& said in my hearing! "I am coming down because they lore the colored people' or |j'I our noblest: t attributes than all the fortun'st'l'l'lt I General S. B. Buckner is in Xash-- .' _
here next season, and am going to put up because th10'c the .country, but because i I in the terribletar that revealed his I ille.\ \ x ,
a log house as a hotel, and I intend to they love money and ollice. They grandeur to our gaze. I Victor x'
Emanual i is called the
: rOR, hang out a true sign, 'Strangers taken in.' have deceived the colored people) and "Whatever may' have been the errors I King. ungillant ,I
Hilhborough. This is true in many case The stranger through them have taken i possession of I!:of the South-(errors for which, if they i ... '-
: f the Couit lIoufe invalid i is riunrM-llpil tn tnlrn un with, the (flnvpniiTifnf and are. ntniillv. .. .iiliini'inn'. !:I p.vixtf-i'l. she has: br dearest hecatombsMitlieiently The Virginia tobacco crops are light"' .
; : '. Office. such quarters and'fare as he--can--- find-,- ,--after the State into debt and ruin. They--0 have I'I atoned....:the world] is indebtedto but good. .. '. S., ,

: ORTGAG} AND traveling a thousand miles. This turned our hearts from our true friends of her for.a gift that shall enrich mankind A California women laughed her jaws .' \

; at short notice.. wbuld not be, for comfortable dwellings the South, and hate caused us to distrust i forever. Tli.ii gift i is the example of a out of joint. .. \ .
o'dock, a. m. and adapted, to the climate can be erected at and dislike the only men who will)) or can I man who, in civil conflict, when hate rages A. 1'. Stewart has bought the Fifth "

18C9. tf small costs, antI food can bo transported' he-friend) us in time of n<,('d. These strait.gcr'i :. to llesh its; blood-thirsty fangs in hostile Avenue Hotel. \"
to these lauds das low rctcs :is to : from the North have done all in their hearts, wins the admiration of his enemies A / \
: part of the country. A barrel of flouror any ''I i' power t to make the colored man of the ; \\horhannscnvy into. love and 7OOO Canadian diamond.bride in New York wears a / _

sugar, as soon\ as it touches this section :South hate the white man of the South ; j awes: malice into slleiue'hi.! ; ., comes forth ; S
increases in value very rapiJlSomo '.- to cause hostility: between the two races, I I; j from amid the smoke and carnage of battle JelTDav's favors the tll'ction of Judge .

at Law one said, "better' have, kt the" In- and we see: the consequences! in Jackson re\ealing a brow unstained with dishonor Dent in Mississippi. ; j\

diana held possession of these lanJ<' I county, where neither white man: nor colored and hands iinclotted with cruelty ; I Laura Keene: is doing an immense ?ousi- : N
: would -ay HO too, if none but grasping man is safe. who, though M'I'tor in a hundred fights, ness\ in Philadelphia. :

; speculators in lands and food are to be, We have come to see that these strangers against: such oJdsof troops and! treasuresas At Calvert, Texas beef) !sells at three ., i
1 the owners. without properly or interest in tlic. skill, never vanquished\ .} before, suffers and! four cents ,
to all business Hut why go t to the St. John's Kivcrf?- State t who live by deceiving the colored! no word of J oas-fiug to soil his pure lips per pound. t'

(;6. 1-y Because the comeyance. to that regionare people, arc not our true fril'ukc are and notices hiUl''i': --S only in modest ascriptions I Hornblower is the name of a preacher!

: more available than to the interior. sorry that we did not see this sooner.We .-. ; : of t gratitude: to the Lord of .. at Patterson, New Jersey. -

J. F. hJasoi The Flonda Railroad Company are offer are sorry sorry that ice ever allowed] Hosts: : v.ho. iifajvltii-g 1: forward in the 1}f Ida Ix-wN.thinks! of starting a rowing
ing l many inducements I t to I invalids: and ourselves to be deceived }by them.Ve }jcrilous! pi.h:. : of u-.u.: ri i US-PS: a moment's academy for young ladies. -

: HENDER SON emigrants along the whole; length of their no5CC that the interest of the white pause: ; !for dalliance: with fame which others T he Iowa State' Register i advertises Ir "

road to Cedar Keys, where they have a men and the colored men of the South is must follow, but which, like one entranced a girl who will wear pants. .

good hotel. Gainesville, fifty miles) from the same, and that there ought to be no tracks Iris steps: and courts the Atlanta is to have .
at Law Jacksonville) on this road i is a very desirable ill will between them. As for us, we condescension of his! kingly glance ; whoas first a new city lirrctory'the .
one in four
place for invalids, as is also: Micano- henceforth cast in our lot with our home he kneels under t rimnphl rises! above years. -
I II' py, twelve milt-s further south, near Orange people' and intend( to work i together with reVf'rSt.mill: when} the last blow >s struck The National Guard of France: it" i is ,
; : Lake, and also Ocala, thirty miles them for the good of the State. and genius can no longer cope with force, rumored, will be reorganised at once. i

south of .Micaaopy.: Here! the invalid We beg all our race to look at this surrenders his SWord with the same equanimity Jeff Davis writes to a gentleman of R
C'c. : :i tbC:1!: and lastern: can cnj iy a dry, aiid balmy air during! the matter right. You know how these !stran with which he had ever wielded it, Macon (Sa.. that if his health will permit !

: ( : ; !'' 5"Ui; ;I!I vifiUr iiu'Mths: aid, as spring advances, gersfrom the North try to make you hate and receives it back from t the conqueror/ j he will attend the (Georgia: : State }'air. '

I .-.- f I j the 'perfume' of t the pintthe! orange t the men with whom you must always in mute testimonial/ ) that none but himself A bill before' the Tennessee: Legislature -
I f I ;groves urn! the; I lijnuvatujs: if beautiful j I Ji\'('. Yon know how they try to make i is wcrthy to wear weapon Whll'- abolishes, the Metropolitan[ :.>..
: '" ::: __ 1 flowers, greatly increase his pleasures.' out that unless you turn! against; your blade: blazes with a lustre: of purity t'l I liee. i 1"- .
; : ) 1l The I throngs of fa..hin1aIllI .qbceula.ion white boss: t that you will be rIl lj'd.- prowess! bright) as the scimetars ot \
Edl'II'I (One) of the
; sentinels! I features of the fair at )CICl \- \
l that are ever on the move and You know what dreadful stories they tell : ;
; : down the Sfc John's have not \et up reached of the past: to keep you angry all the ( in \ictory. greatertilI in defeat I! ", .( :Jn.:'" will be a base' ball tournament. -

Surgeon these: towns: and their hotels are moderate time. Wh} do those: strangers continueto ; great as dcscri'-d through the red ; -
in their prices.' 'I'lwvritt'r found !stir up'strife among: neighbors in t tl1iway. 'I haze, of war ; greater: still a lS contemplated } Lunatic-Killing\ : i proposed:; in L'ng--: :
FLA. good quarters at :$10 per week, and ill'I \ 1 Look at I the oiliees! and you will through! I tin-, clear air <.f peace, great land tS a iticans of llf relict! ;; t the asyA ;-
private"families at -5i-j:? :; per month. The !see.' They have come here to get, oll'c! ?: ..s u I goiK-r.d but, !II"' aft,! as a win-beIinl.T hill,::. _
kind and j' and make and ill !him! :i dWrill'1ec_ \\.Ii"IL. if ttttl..... .. .
are have toN' lule
people i
obliging manifest money they girl Alleghany
: ';:; .U.. SERYI- ,! no ., simplyuecei I I ----- U I'" : City, J'enny1ania :
: Tampa: aud vi cinity ucsire io IUKCsiraityers in, hilt eviueiiuy) .', "eii. me coioreii! ;ju-opie io carry nut, rum-eal'i! it- faulis. with the rl'fulgl'll'e! swallowed- !'IIl' .C d\e, the/ other t1a \
: 24 1- endeavor to render a fair return for charges their selfish ends.\ And FO they git money of its virtues, even a* t the sun conceals 1 She:- d}'cd. I

-- 2 made, and, at the same time, expressa : and office, they don't care if every"colored t the) ( :spot on its dazzling di
LE. : wish to have their guests t tarry with man in the South starve t I call Ids namo, nor Jieeil, history, wh'nhe! :: i j. lug reporters to dig )potatoes: with him ('11 \'
: them and become owners, of the lands, We beseech our colored I brethren not. t I carves! for the highest' nk-liein her I Than-j j I: his farm. .
A. M. HOBBY, which are some of the }best in the State. to uphold these:: :strangers; any longer.Let .- I tttiu a statue: t to ivprcM-ut( manhood aiH>!heo Bullions : 0 -
in the .
Levy, Alacliua, Marion and Sumter them go to work for u living) and >izcilliy its own glory, inscribe beneathit Bank of France has increased -
() francs
; counties are superior fur farming cotton, don't put any more of them in otlice to a ii; iiH' which the wry design of the week. 6,000,000 within the pa!:l

sugar: cane, .corn, as well)) as t the raising of live on, the hard earnings (If honest: men.We .! !t.tttt! ..sjn-aks aloud-tho immortal name An
fruits. No who this of LEE: :;' attempt to assassinate the British
many tropical better oranges sign paper' are done with minister
Yeddrecently frustruted. ,
the ---' '--- was -
are grown than those about Orange Lake Hu1i'aIl'arly( -
in Alacliua county. As :soon as this With the white mon of the South we Iiiiiraiit!] ( Vulri'jution' io the DJ ron> ({'
", I-.A. country w opaml-up by railroads these must stand or must fall. If they prosjurM troursj.The '. Cut Cloud, Augusta, Ga., has imjH 4
i : lands will be occupied. by a thrifty popu' \ l. will prosper' : if they are ruined, we first ntanlior of, the new London rted! :some' wry fine racing sti c', from f -

lat olI. Their values: are but nominal at will be ruined.Vith them, therefore, we I 1'erimlieal 'mitit led The/ Anttlemy t {iulii] >:lied !I! (Canada. '

this time, many farms are given away to cast in our lot, and lug' all our race to do I l I'r> John 31 urrav, son uf t the ,wH-1 I The: Virginia Che
: emigrants. From ?10 I( to, :>:iO( JUT acre on: the same. I known jmMMier of Lnrd I: mense) : this year. Wild grapes are also: ,
ly arc asked: for some [Very fine lands, JOHN) SMITH! J5\roa, contains at.uutlallt.) I
i Jo US J.tk5&N which can: be put in a high state of cul Hetter known as JACK SMITH, who was I the annexed i-tatenicnt : I, The annual allowance from the Peabody '

11*:*r.v ,1 !tivationiih I but (compared' to northern! formerh' iinph'eil, I in the :store ot JAMES i The following document! i is printed as a fUl\lllt1 the Baton Uouge (La.) Academy --

: .1r land) u small aim punt,of Jal or. TIll"J &l.t i KIIK"SEL: ( ontril'iitinn to litl'mr1'1ton': ) It was I is lOUII.)
.J ohu's region i is beautiful,. put I there aro I T.OONECOOI'EK.) drawn uj' l Iy, Lord lvron; in .ttmgttst t, 1M7.: '_
5. r. 1"SS"G1'OS. others djually: so md l more desirable to --'.'- .- while )Ir. lloMiou\: was :Ma\iii 'ith.i.I A late: ccii-us; shows the population of ,

: .& Co. the consumptive and rheumatic, all .I O. I.Y CII1I5TI.\X-.J,11l1: : Wesleonce : I him at La 31 ira, mar'emiieo., and! given 'i' t Atlahta colored,:(Ga.; .I.Dr to lIe' 29lG? ), (; ; whites l.,9SJ!) : ,.

: through the high and dry lands of the was troubled' in regard to the dispositioii ;. to :Mr. Matthew (;Jre ory Lewis for' cirl'u- II'I l.VL .
w.t'rIportioll\ of, eastern' F'l4irida.TotuisT.. I of the various sects, and chances! of lation t among I friemN in Ihi: ;land. It was ) Alvin }Dean) one of the oldest citi *
GROCERS : : 'each in reference to future happiness: j found. \'! ) )Ir Lewi. papers after hiTs I zeus (,If Floyd county (;a., died on Saiur
;: -- -'.'- or i ilt.nth and! K in the I day! last: at the ( .
Two Yankee-*, strolling in the iod punishment. .\ dream one night t transported now jo ":si'SMim:: of Mr. : ageuf69' tears.Texas -- I
: without in < j' him in its jncertaiiiamlerings to Murray.The has o) JlGI white and ,lt>,(filD :
arms their '
any possession.: ; : ,
I served a bear climbing\ a tree with! o its- i j the gates'of hell. dv)eunnT.t: :peaks for. itself Miffi- I colored registered: voters, and\ i is entitled -

: IN paws daj: '('d around trunk. One) of them |!I ".\re there any Koinan Catholics here?'' ci-ntly to need no eomment on our part : 1 to :JO() Senators and 90 Representatives. : _"
: "It has been ,
; intimated
asked to that the .
ran forward and. caught the bear's Wesley: t thoughtfully."Yes ) I _
: : paws, ier' :>ons understood to'l I'l' the
1 I I advisers
t icbiicr one in each hand. He[ then called out to I :, was the reply. legal Rev. R. A. Holland is going to deliver S
I uf 1I ,
I his comrade : ".\ I'rcsbxtcrians: r I Inv I; Lady 'rl'lhan' divlared 'their l a series i if lectures on Jerusalem: IiiAugusta ,.
-Yes," again was t the j lips' to by !sealed up'n:! the: (' \u.e 0 t f the j v
Jonathan (
run homo and! bring, xnsofliethiLlig I Ja., beginning early in Xo\ em- ,
I I ( Sts to kill this varmint and Congregationulist 1 f sujiaraii ;II i 't tvvccn; ( her :ChI myself. I If i I J ber. ..
; .. ,
j their lips sealed
rt.:;, I are up they an'uot' sealedup -S
Il"ttt '
1 you : for rill in .
".\ny I.y me, and! t thi.' greatest favor: they/ can I A :spring of white sulphur water has .. '
: Jonathan Methodistsby t of clinch-:
t : ran off, but staid way a j
a long: time. j I been discovered
; confer : on t the
meill be i Virginia
the er, asked t the pious '" i : upon I tl i- open i : side "V _.
During interval tht.I'ear (!-Il'Y. tll"III'-1
made several j i ,f the of Bri tol '
"Yes j rroiiithe first hour in \\hich I ( town : by Mr. C. C. Campbell.
to his was .
'.lc:* Paragon: I desperate: attempts to bite the hand of great indignation: : was an- api t '
of the h< "
]him who held it. _\t s\\<-n-d. i' prised'' tent Ions' of the Noel falui'l -
length' Jonathan S
i : IV came baik. I In the mystic way: nf dreams.: ;i sud ly to the last t cdiirmmivation' between Mr.[ Joseph" Wir.ship, one of t the oMr -' 1
Hullo what kept' den transaction and/ be fi tll( ) I 1 ciore timeg.Itvs th. JUnn w and m\self. : in i lie ihar.icter !i tj ':-: ant! most: solid citi/ens Atlanta: Ott.,
I ': "'\ 111 toll you j you wlu-n:so/ long i f'rdl hom of hl'ann Improung 1 his opporJ! j J wife :and\ b'-!! !,.ir.d: l'.t pi,i>od of .'<)1111"IIllltlh j 'i is nominated' for tli. marovaltv of that city -v
; got j
I OUArEK ; ) 1 called
3 breakfast: was readso I staid 1 to eat il"t'lI ." tnnity he again inquired. : j r.-jHMtfdh" and in vain)1) .
for -
: "\\ ; "Are there Koman Catholics statement: of t heir or 'her charges, I The -
said said his comradeeoi.e ; any here ? University: Alabama has opened({ !
: S. ntine and it was diic-ih: hi .
: "ec Ntt ; of lady
S now and hold the critter t till 1 kill ir." was replied.: tcnsciniencc : with the prodigious number of fourteen 1
Amy I'resl.terians! ?r' ( BHoI'daimiul! (in a Utter still: txis- "i-adet! <." La
: I
Jonathan seized! the boar's : :--t SeSsiOn: there *
ai.d were '
held t the animal. )paws: : ..X 0." ting) :a promise: my part to consent to thirty. over S -
t I ".\n\' ?n"No a separation it :sueh!i was really her wish, 4'I i
"Well have IHI.Ifhim Congregationalist j
( ; jo : j :\ !" that I consented! at all ; this claim, and! A society i Is to be formed! in Charleston
i '
:: !; .iUtriljaut. "I 1 haw: '-' I'
;guess well
't'ry, then1! the "
the German
exasperating and j I hy of that I
,' bold fast fur I'm ofT: for dinner": i,; .\ny .Methodistsf" ii.explicnb'e: manner i i. city for the pur- I
\0,> I11,11" in Vjhich! !tli'':'r oi" j ,, t '.'.' ':s Ui-siii-d' v.lilch : }jtoxsuf relief! and 2sxi>tanee t tc (Crermau

'.My[ son\ -. said-a father'-, "I- halve all j ".\\'(' ",-n," he asked. Io-t: t in wonder, I ruiilcrod i it nest {.> an i iri'!>I' siliilty/' :! t that 'j'Jj illUli! rlIIt.i.: -- *\f:? _

LI, lily worlds' good with \ou." A month "'' !In are tlll'inilc ?" j j two ]H-r':ons sti ,;i, ;11.1! roii!..JI'r 1 !IK- retiititeil ;J C4.nmiod.irL:; M, F. .
: : .I SLVC and :after t the )prodigal; returned : Christians:: ;!" was 'the jubilant\ answer. i I., :..J't' t\f\\ :,, : ?;..:_. ;I htit7 ;and: 11' i tited to deliver the Manry has:\ been in- !
AGEXT, ,.. r"p'ftt.mtyHi10. !' / :.sign tll\ '!"I'll. \vhioh en"mgaddress i at tht- I
"father, he bemoai.cJ' : !, "I am dead ---- |,l I shall! be. ht : county: ((Teun.) I Fair.: It is thought he :
!) : 'l'y-nw't! happy to ,
broke T" -
I I i Fraud-: '..l'lrl'porh..I to the amount of canctl ;'! will accept. '
( .. A Co.) 'SI Iuw," said the awl go bi !fore any tribunal, which, : j S J
pan-lit "am I to help i $:SUl10lI0; ( ) in this issue of scrip' to :the may ,
I I I that: ? I 1 gaeou as much as I allowed' half brwd. I Ciiipewa Indians, and interesting dwus-s: tho! bines! in the most: public) : Judgt-ment; hjLting bern htaim.t1! *i '
again t the
ma1U1l'r.h'f of
: Gco. : mvdf.11: \ :Oljllal"t'rl.l{ ; it ; I liave: increased dr\elopmelits afo e.xpeited, shortiy. : city iWtMiioutfi, Va., Genend '
$: r. I lloblif[ > <:e tI. this: I (Canby! Las: ben led _
in: ; n> to '
1; mill('. Whatill \oiisay to thai ?r' prrportion' stay execuj 1
;, .' Sjrup'I\\' ''A) i Thooingscr: ( was e jual; : to'the 1 1TI1l' on my part, viz : tn :nbrusrate\ : all prior illi j: t'u'ii.t but declines t to di sti. ,
f; '.. UJ-MII which cmergcn.y : I liroiks"assassination: \ I trial i is. tentior.s- and 'I
progrossing !go! ) court the day'before ,
.. : MTV Rev. D.I H.
when dvii '. Bntton __
[ : : << / : :sloIy in I Phi1uh'lphiilulltl; ii. I I of the Th..>ma I ) Jl.e t "I.A'1 -t halve thtseparation 'WIS: :igned: and it: N. C. > !
MI" if .11 us again: governor" and ko/p wit"t" ; I(( Fesnalc: (College. ha iinented
I er : the : \ a
J prosecution: ( lu.s: lufu was! declined .
'" the '
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8J'I 1)' it up every time : / !spirited awa\ '1 the party, as :IMJ! 1 i rat-trap, the p. t tnt right ofhich hl'llljl ,,'
:: / publication; 1 correspond'-nee l; : ,t h'-! :>.--M fur :'l: I ltftIlI ,

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t' idrtbll ininsnlar.largest General ftews. TERRIBLE STEAMBOAT DLSAMEK. The New Tennessee SCliator. 5 pecinl. (ilQ'arhs.( ., ; \

: Tobacco is now paying the bulk of the -
\ internal revenue. As was anticipated by many the combined \
dmlstlon IB City"'and Country. !hostile element against Andrew Johnson bare 1 FULL

...... The Democrats of California have elec- proved aufiicieiit to defeat! him for the pjace of,\WASTED 1 WAKTED, \WANTED! .
ted eleven out of fourteen .district judges.It By telegraph comes the particulars of U. S. Senator from Tconeuee, and to cause the OF j

is said.that the Radical Legislatureof another of those frightful steamboat disasters choice to fall upon Henry Cooper Senate, who is atpresent
> a luetnber of tbe State from Da- Cotton
Rhode Island ir still reluctant to rati- which seem so frequent upon the idsoa county. Mi Cooper is a gentlemanwho ,

fy the, fifteenth amendment, because it t Mississippi and attended with so great bag won a fair position the bar, and FALL : I

'10 ,will have the effect of giving suffrage to loss of life. On Tuesday evening the has been Judge of one of the Circuit Courts.'or .-

... a large number of Irishmen, now. deprived steamer Stonewall left St. Louis for New several years he v as one of the Professors' I .AND ":
in the Law tchool at Lebanon. In
ROTBXBEB'1O ..1869.HESfBY I It in that State. laden : private .
of Orleans with
heavily passengers and
life he is highly esteemed, and is in he( prime Seed Cotton '
] L. Boutwell is believed to. be at the bottomof freight, among which was a blot| of ha '.- ot t life, and was, during! the late war, a Union % /
MITCHELL ', the raid on Grant. He is known to There are, of course, different accounts as nan, but, as we have understood liberal in I' \ % _

.-.- .-_ .. 0 be at dagger's point with Mrs. Grant, and to the origin of the fire, one is::I that the his feelings towards: tbe Confederates, and op- i iSSS ;I t
the Xt
Xagazines posed to use prescriptive meoaures ofohnson ,
c (1Lt. doubtless is responsible for the prominence fire originated from a candle which the Jo and BrowulowHe .
'Demoreat'I-MonthJ1 for 'November is which is being given her name !in Wall deck passengers had near some hay, while i.i one of three brothers, the children ofM. Hides GOODS, / ,.,

\ full.of'good things'for'he ladies. Every street." For the present a cat's paw must playing cards., The: steamer,; was run on l. D. Cooper, lormely a factor ia this city, all / ., l'
be made of Butterfield. a gravel bar, the pilot supposing that tbolassEngers of whom have attained to high and bonorabl.rOllilioD' .
lady who :wishes to keep'up with the fash- could wade ashore on the bar in their native State. LdwardCoop- JUST RECEIVED BY ..
subscribe. Assistant Treasurer Butter-field bas had } er is also we \believe: a member of the State l I
'lons should 8 It is the best l.ady's but the end and, here the
? intimations from both l'J'\: iden Grant at runs a slough, senate at this time. William F., the remaining f

.Magazine* '_ published !in the" UnitedT and Secretary Boutwell'that his resignation ..- ,larger number were drowned. brother; i is a jurist of great learning and Beeswax &c. E. A. CLARKE &' CO..s : i
'S yetis desired. The President wantsa The number of the passengers and crew high talents and was previous to ,the war one !
-- :: on board is variously estimated from one of the Judges of the Supreme Court of the .. I
solid business man in the place. State. / '
!'he beat literary published in hundred and hundred souls 1 .
paper } fifty to two a -
In politic he differed from his brothers cs- .
L-< the North is thejllluminated Western I Advices received at the Agricultural large number being women and children. pouliog! the Confederate si4.1c.-Nel/1 Orleans )Fine Assortment of Calicoes, D.Lainea : : I1
off in tho
Department a falling Iu ten minutes from tho first alarm the "icayuit, A Bleached and Browd ..
World. It is full of good reading. Samples In quantity Oballaj.. Alp cc : _
tobacco crop one third iu Virginia and ... any ,
entire vessel was a sheet of flame. --- -- Cotton mere Flannels, .

of it can. be seen.. 'at'our office. Maryland and one tenth in Kentucky and Tho flames::! spread rapidly, and scoees The Dead Alive Again. Brown and WhiteIKeataeke Jtttu HiokeryStripee 4A -:-

"** *> > M M***. > W the west. The estimated falling off in of men jumped into the water and attempted [Special Dispatch to the Courier-Journal] ; Btri Handkerchiefs pad Dome. ._ I,

-. The editor of the the west will be largely increased by early to swim ashore but all NEW OHLCANS October ; tlei/Ladiea How. Half BOle, ,
Key West Dispatch nearly were 20.A gentleman Ribbons Buttons of all description do.
"' killing frosts, which have badly dam lost. The pilot, engineer stoker car- who arrived in this city last night on the brig Exchanged for CASH 1
It seems does not believe that E. 0. A fine lot of ,
r i aged uncured tobacco. The bulk of the penter, (and forty-four are losa"from 1'oitu del: Key, stales that a regiment .... -
Plumbe has left these parts/or all time tocome. crop has been caved. passengers of black horse cAvalry has been lecentlf I I "
known be saved.
to The
captain j 11'
organized under General Jordan and that it is
i ., In commenting upon ,our article The Superintendent of the Mounted' and other officers, and many passengerswere creating havoc among the Spaniard*. Beudy-Made Clothing, '.

r beaded fExit Carpet: Baggers he says : Recruiting Service at Carlisle Barracks lost.' All the books and }papers of It is commanded by Colouel Lawrence Or- At the highest MARKET PRICE, by i'"

"The Peimstdar thus 'speaks of the has been ordered to forward, without delay the boat were )lost ; also, all the cattle ton Williams, who has been for the last six ...,-..
all disposable colored recruits at that and other yeais believed to have been executed sea spy
freight. Many died after BOOTS'and'SHOESlIats
1 editor.of the True Southerner-we think! persons I :
w Fraullin, Tennessee, iu 1863, by a United
post to Gal veston, Tex., from which point reaching shore from All GEO. BLUM, I
rather hastily. Might not the editor t.ei exposure.} Halts drumhead court martial.. It seems that
*on some grand mission set on foot by the i they will be reported by'telegraph to the the women and children were l lost, nearly, he was not executed, having been smuggled : J !',

executive ;.. negotiations for which, not be- Commanding General of' the Eight Mili- if not all being burned to death. The out of the country by old army friends and McCarty's Store, Washington Street, .HARDWARE. t -

'tng so likely transpire if conducted or-' tary District, Houston, Texas. conduct of the jKissengers and officers is conveyed to Cuba, where he settled and married
Creole and has lived in .
a wealthy
half million of dollars have said to haze been heroic. Such .
ally.u If committed to paper. Examine Nearly a an ap- affluence. his regiment of patriots is: made TAMPA. FLA. '
'the Washington papers for recent "distm.t been: recovered during the past year by paling scene has not been witnessed on up of negroes, mounted on black horses ; audis August 4th. 1869. tf ( IPa1kIrwSllr :
guished arrivals," brother. It b not im- legal proceedings against postmasters in the :Mississippi:\ for many years. The persons said to be not interior to Forrest's original

;possible that you will there find a "True areas to the government. Over two hundred saved.were kindly cared fur by the squa,'rou. ,
Colonel Wi 11 iatno is known Don Iranian- Utm \ antrti9tmtntB .
as t
Southerner.'" suits were entered. officers of the'Belle Memphis, and were .
eel 01 ton. Ila! Tank is Brigadier General.II .- s WOO D WAR E :
: The Vicksburg Times says General carried to St. Louis. ent his wife to Europe in September, and ,

F OF OO'l'1'' .From Belknap the new Secretary of War, is a ._ ,. has enlisted for the war, contributing his entire I .
a private Notice "
Conservative Republican! in politics. Heaven has had mercy on the impeach- fortune, which is very laige. es (91n & in. art ,
',tooroe we learn that Sea Island cotton is For six:: years he has lived on a ranche near .s :
The Republicans of the Seventh Massachusetts era iu the Washington Senate and overruled Saints ilalo. which hi-wife inherited soon after (i

.-. only selling for 45 cents per lb. in Savannah District have nominated Geo events to the defeat of Andrew her mania: ,.' tSlGNLEd: : : OF FREIGHTS: : by the -"-::;

and Short Staple 2324. We learn M. Brooks to succeed Mr. Boutwell in Johnson. In truth, Heaven has treated .'- SAD D L ERY. t1;

that ""cotton being formed in Congress. Radical sinners with a long and must The Tribune says c.lilori"lhWe do not

"New bear'down 1 merciful forbearance.) But it will take say that Central IterfielJ was guilty of Alliance Slunimhip Line A Fresh supply of l'
York to the staple tott'tmty The Nashville!! Union says : "The Rad- nets which unfitted him fur the idles of Asi .

f or thirty ,cents, when large idals made a good point on their. party by one of Heaven's most striking miracles si'tllut i United 5talesTrea.urerin! this 'ity.- *" -
pur- electing to the United States Senate the we opine, to soften the hearts of thai I Wo do not say that it isji good Ihiug for the FAMILY GROCERIES.(
clttisea will l be made with the anticipation Judge who decided their State !stiff-necked: generation. But Heaven 'I' poveinuu-nt that hf no longer holds the office. Will> p.eaie take notice that their: freights aad

.... of realizing fifty and sixty cents in June government knows best how to deal with these<< harvcases Whether General Jut; terti..I.] acts amist is to barges: are payable! Batter, __ ;
Legislature and its franchise law I
be the: oubjret tigation, which we
and bow
::1 next. There may |tbe no froth in this Judiciary and all, bogus." we to its decrees with resignation hold it is the |I'alt of fair dvalint; uot to prejudco. !

,- I 1. '"ring" report, though it is circumstantially A statue of Lincoln has been unveiled! that Heaven and hope would: We have did hope vouchsafe, however :: so capable. That, of hn injuring was t.uem-rally. the -)-4ikfthe di-tinste}i ,),goy and Before the delivery of lie GoodG. Cheese, 5'r

stated ; but to be forewarned is to be at Prospect Park, Brooklyn. Over 12000 to have, turned Andy loose kith teeth! ana eranibiit, was a matter that needed no investigation Starch. ;

Y' forearmed' and the initiatory movement people were present. claws:: into that august assembly of fanat- ,but railed f for I piompt action The ads ..... ....
rniuisliatiou in instances All freights in Warehntue the undersigned -
pieviouj' hat shown put by -
of the Judge Dent writes from Mississippi ics. It was very wicked in us, we suppose i wit be advances Pickles, -
its d..terminalion
proposed cotton rings may be readily to 11".u its officials aboveeven charged; rr rcnt. oa -
that his canvass of that State leads bin but we did want to see him make thesusp'c; of evil and now why not in addition to other cbiag n,,.ecesi\rilyucurre i
f detected.
: _. to believe that the gubernational election tho fur fly in tho Senate chamL 'r.-Ju- relieve t the Tioasuryof;; its 1 go1 1.] surplus! by <1. Soap, y

-......:. ; will be almost entirely in his favor, and hiM Register. KnIes in the op'-n market, PRY out <1ILt. stop Necessity! compels. : me to take this coarse.a] ,

t A HABD WETTER C01dI. .-Scientific that the colored men will, with a few exceptions c-. _. ...-- iotertataidtern'ioalikeall, temptation anJulll'au..e \\. G. rEHuis Crackers

f:' men, observant woodsmen, old hunters and vote as directed by their late The Jfiuegboro.+ (Tcnu.) gives the following gold for!r fear. about ejaculating in gove'inmeat N T9th.lS67. Agent Alliance Line tf -

;; 'other weatherwise! individuals predict that masters. account of a remarkable fish spring in _..... Kerosene 011. Tea, Coffee, Sugar, Candles,

The grand jury,of Autauga, Ala., refuses Johnson county : The faulty Theory A/cJin.-Dr. Lout I
.. .. .tbe'coming! winter will be of unusual rigor. to decide that the highway ofPratt-| It situated on the chief .bank of the Huchuer, of Leipsiethe: ( authorot, "Force anJ COTTON BAGGING, Lard, Pepper Soda, Mustard, Spice, Candy, j )

To the west and northwest the beavers and ville is a port of entry. The case will be Wataugh, only about twenty feet front Mattel" (K18fL unit Sjtooff)) aud other book i,
of scientific repute, is engaged: upon a work, All kinds of and !
the Chewing
) prance dogs nave commenced their taken to the Circuit Court. The main current from the Smoking
preparations inleiiufd to be Ihe great achievement of his I
" for frost much earlier than is Mail advices from Nassau state tbat I spring is large enough to turn a mill, and life "utitled. "The Position! of linn! in Nature receivedby the Lnv.:cea, .!,id fur sale
. ; the steamer Lillian, which sailed with an 1 ent *s the river, only about thirty feet below in the Past Present and Future." Tim first! 'Juet. Q) Q) Qr>
'their! and the Atlantic the '
wont; on coast its and containing the author's views the oii-
expeditionary force from Florida for Cuba source. Between the spring' part on

frequent storms are harbingers of the ; has been captured by the British gunboat the river is a large nick which: is perforated gin wrilt.n.of man says, has the Evening been; published.I'o+l, in popular It i is L.G. COVACLV1C1I.LUMBER : CORN & FLOUR -

wrathful cold to come. The winter of Lapwing and taken into Nassau, with numerous appeitures, froaiwhic"the Inngua. co m tote intelicible to all who are .

-gatt' 1859-69 was remarkably mild, only paral where she was released by the authorities waters of t the spring gush:: constantly ] inteiealed in the UTiiit que-t.'o: ofunthropol, 1 Andwe; will continue to receive by each "- '-
: under tue ruling of the:Attorney Gen- into the river. The fish, as winter ajproachcs -: t-gy which:: it discusses, and u mailed bj" the I FOR SALE{ i steamer from New Orleans and New York additions \
baled by the winters of 182228 301- eral, tbat she could not )legally be held. enter those holes, and make t their I Iway author's well known chnraeterislics, tuHne 1 1Feet to our block. Gif us a call At thes \ -
Since the have been quite into basin which and accuracy of Ecienlitic knowledge, uculeuess -
1859-60 subterranean ,
years a exists -
It i is stated that the steamer\ Lillian in reasoning, lutpa..eJ \bieudth of view Blue Store ,
warm, dry and clear, corresponding with landed men and a part of her cargo on underneath the rock, and there fl'main'until unda fnll hure titltroe.."a'idfoutenipt, : towards : 3000 1 inch Plank, .. y

= a singularly.light pressure of the barometer. the Cuban coast previous to her capture spring, when the appertures through opponents' his "ie"",.. U advocate ,, And we wit! sell you Goods as low aa theyca
which they been tuoat energetically! the I> I :( section.
; enter having topped' u winjan: theory o \t purchased in this rfn.
It that to for all by> the British war vessel Lapwing.The the of Feet CeiliDg. -
seems we are pay_ they are forced to enter the spring on the development' all life iron I the lowest 3000

,these benefactions, and j the winter of 18- report that the Lillian's consort, other side, where they arc easily caught. oigAnisLii tatmn ?, ur.ti is made douttp-s| tho ablest |l.reen-; TERMS CASH, -
ever; yet of the docttiacotdeiCkLt was
69-70 will tell upon large portions of this the Teaser, was captured by tho Spanish Over 3500;:; have been, taken iu a single : from the ap e.RllFlMlTKV ,_ .,"
vessel L'Africa is discredited. O A A A :Feet of \Veatberboardin.
"country. :: reason.PEICES. _...- OR BARTER IN COUNTRY PRODUCE .j
It is said the grand jury of New York ... ..
:: LinN AND Lx'aN -I'l-Of. Knj'tfH at CASH PRICES. "
7 -, .,. ---- has caused subpoenas to be i issued fur the and celebrated ,
OF MULES AND CATTLE IS popular : manafnrturer Feet of Scantling Tampa, Oct 27th 1669. tf
TEE YERGER CASE.-Cheif ,Justice Jessrs. Corbin, Butterfield, Fisk, Gould, KENTUCKY.-The Western Citizen pub Kft3-ton,Oil of.ife, the bet, and surest liniment 3000

Chase read an elaborate opinion on the and numerous others to appear[ this week lished at Paris. Bourbon county ,Ky. hi'travel for rheumatism Ihiouphout,, known has the States now discontinued i to fee the The above is well seasoned, and (Or ute by CASH FOR HIDES !
and relative the ,
testify to great gold pan- lame aid the vripplp and those oll.erwi"e.Rmiele. 0.:.t 20 GRANTS CUAFT,
25th in the tho effect I
inst. to
Yerger case,
from which
S ic. point is shipped a large proportion .! liKUiimti-ti neuralgia
by i or or pain Will Ib
that the Supreme Court of United It has been ascertained tLat the occasion of the mules aud horses offered in the silc.]. .to.: for he nrprt-g, and well,! too I Flint pay IScUpr Cashforgood Dried

States' ;has, Jurisdiction under the Constitution of the special cabinet meeting was l tor sale iu other sections, gives the follow- him that by the ufinjr People tii call* Oil cum of I.ife themsolvcs; the virtues without! WANTED WANTED !!!! .

and Judiciary act of 1787, and that the consideration of the notorious! Yerger igquoatioiiii; prices : which uro universally ncknowlfdije.L! Sotn :' COWHIDES,
Case, from Mississippi. people were tooli.-h enough to think! from the .
to the act of 1867 repealed by the act of Attorney General Hoar baJ expressed The Citizen quotes two-year old !mules I swift! and pecdv CUIPI" made on' 1I... pot, 'before I 100 DOZEN EGGS. 25 eta for Good -

1878, does not act to take away the Jurisdiction the opinion that, considering! tbe well at $1'20 to :$Ifjl) ; broken<< mules at $150;:; t tlieird! eye or t their fii*>iid., that the Piofes'or'bvwiclud. '' ..t.
liatousware but we insure all t tmhatie f
of this Court in this case. The known defects of those sections of the reconstruction to :SI?12. One lot of twenty-eight mules gtrilinK virtue; lies only in the Oil of DEERSKINS,

writ of habeas corpus:: was referred to asamoog acts rcfering to tbe Jurisdiction brought $11910 ; t'uckli"g$15' : to :$i3.;: Life and good rlJbbi;. I'oi- iheutnati>m, neu 1 ibU CHICKENS.Uy) r
of the civil Courts, the Supreme Court raliria pains: in the back joints or wherever GRANT CRAFT. And 30 ell pr Ib for
valuable and
our most right, will; undoubtedly render an ojiir.i n in the Another !lot of t\vmty-one Lead, two a liuim -r.t cat be Usfd that ]Kay tons Oil of Life / t

; was generally guarded by the constitution. case adverse to the powers of the Military years old, sold at $1&O ; yearlings as high is a<.>kiiowlt>.lLrea! < ticat and without! t an equal[ WAX

The merits of tho Yerger case were not tribunal(>for which be was: tried and I as ;$9.3); ; broken mules from :$300: to :5175: giving one the rubbiutf.(patient 1''ur almost. pains inbtantaneous or biuises,: it"y ha Lost! '

J Involved in the opinion, the Court mere convicted. per pair. ,,1"0 L""III1",1, with! marked! success.. And the highest price for COTTON. I can,

ly assuming Jurisdiction. Justice Miller The whole of Eastern I KaytonV 'I l>yfptrtie[ Pill, purely vopct Me, )lT1ti HEN Tamp Ferry and Ballast Point be found will do at Covacevich's Store. Country peo- Stile
=t Kentucky i is reported OFF f'OPo--A- CIICISE.:-Our your friend 1 arc an xoclent ratharti: MclCsou it:: Kwb- ) a pocket book: conlamiii miscellaneous w ell to give me a call.JO11N
{ dissented from the opinion of the Court. to be overrun with horse thieves, bin, wholcsalo! H/t-nt. among MILLER,
; I 11)) M. Walker
of ,
f son the late ((:('u. K. papers one promissory note, payable I Tampa, Oct. 12th
whose operations are on such a bold! and .1 icon Lirrviv; I'ropl'iH"r. to I5rrifii Platt bearer, for the of tf
t Judge Chase concludes as follows : I Walker, left Tallahassee on last Friday or sum ,
extensive scale that 1 IfVholeat! ;' Drug Hoii'-, Snvanuah.r. :: : .
citizens !
Thou and
\ hardly Ultra '
any Thirty- JOSETU FIJH.OA-1,
been confined tot icorning for Portsmotit N. II. where lie ..... Ja.B. PAKAMORKJOSEPH .
TTie argument having --- -- -- ,
dare attempt to own or keep a horse. three jll.ira (i3,33Q10: : ) ill1 interest, dated
I the of Jurisdiction this opinion i is will embark on the new U. S. manofwarlicnkia : Information 1 I\! ; been received! in New \11. on or about\ lat September, IS'iS, and give; J. RVTU.DOC rlSECuo.: __
question Senator Sumner's::! great lecture on for a two years trip to the China I to l the t!fiat} ; 't that: Ih..t.iHian.! w !liicli suet'ceded! Sterling:' 1.CartThe public are hereby

Erected to that question. The Jurisdic- Caste, at Portland, Maine, cost the inviters sea; having lately received some }position: I I i'l l" Keys, in safety, Las! : put into cautioned not to trade for sui.ll1ot". A liberal FINEGAN& Co. I .
i Key: W "-t. It i i".ni.l that ql1\rell.etwe'n: reward will for the oi sail _
of the Court to issue the writ w aflirntion one hundred and fiUdollars more 1011 board. We regret; that the illhealthof 11 I Uoicoupa: and ('ri.I.. hn< tjVcn place, und that note to )let!:rt: b."ai.1 Heudtrsou d.llenlersonor: to<

ed.* than they received, and the object was to I young Walker renders it en'ss.try for I all oj' eiulioniiu which the 1-i'liaii! wat con '
I ,- .'C, .- raise money fora patriotic charity. him to take a trin abroad- : 1I Ili>. will be 'l''rn.,1! were now iu.ldi"ite1"l.anJotle.l BERRIES PLATT.Nov. < Ir l 0 'tIP< > ; "
.. : The! Cubans is that the 2d, ISC'J.;/
] ;; I inipn-fion
DISAPPEARANCE OF THE Doa Sr AIt.A .- The Spanish Minister has informed his I sadly jnihsed by his many friends in this l i among
linn has returned
city whose U-fc-t; wishes .attend him | simple| on account of tpanUhr AND _
: fur
li- most startling astronomical fact-the government t that'the Hornet: will not be I :: +era. It is 5nipo-ibc! >> laud on the shuresof ::., tl $ 8 C '. .
his .
i released to be used as a war vessel l II y tho prosperityand safe return home, with I (5 a. "j. ) "1 .,
explosion. or rather the conflagration: of health sufficient restored tH t ('uahlhim to ---'.'_- 1 s s n1U'i .5inn
Insurgent To Tur.VOUJNG CUB -We are now Jtl'haut tr
j Taa Coronz oocured some time since. I take his place at t tho Bar for which profession Tho' cerorsunies: on the <'Cca-'ions of the sec i: I'ar."llo furnish nil cla'004 with constant pre em a Ti
;. Tho Radicals have: given up Texas: ; as cesfulompUtion! of tlio.Sutz canal will bo iu-
is studying.Floridian.STRIPPING plojment at home the whole of the time
It that another and much or
appears now will lie seen from the following Washington ItI't-I in t:. lor'the Business
; more important. star is slowly taking it dispatch to the Tribune: .. .'.. 'J he l.illowirg is the inoi>r mnie : The,"t twill anti! piohtabloPeruns pare moments.! of either new sex ,easily light! Hay Street, Savannah, Gco.

Texas advices received hero. b. TIII ut l'oltSaidun l the I''th of o".rn- i! cat n from 50o to i J5 tcnintr.. and IBERAL ADVANCES! on Cotton .
to-day a LI
self out per proportional consigned
of calculations CUBA.
; By TIlE Pursuant .
to ,
our system. -
or- ,1..1' The te cU ("rmi the fleet uillpi"'
Radical and Conservative ; !sun by d-j] 'otinc their whol Limo tu thellova to UII or to our Correspondent in
t extraordinary: minuteness and delicacy, from dens from t the (toverimnt, U. f>. Marshal[ ;i oeedlo Ifrnailliion: the next lay and remain bu.inl'I!!!. and girls raau !lead)' us much New York: and Liverpool. Bagging, HOl'
ces, seem to indicate the election of Hamilton : Carrow and PeputyU.) i S.::: Marshal X,'ffnn !'.. till the.iMh, and l will co thronjjh to suez 1 us men. That all who see this notice milen.l! ud Iron Tie furnished lowest rates. oe3ra
Kr. Biggins and Father Secchi have demonstrated as Governor over General Davis.It .- ': were engaged yesterday) afternoon\ in haying i I Ihe ll'th, '" hf'rt' theproceedingtwillbeens! I their uddrts-s. and test the .liu ines!!, we; make

1' fi that Sinus and our sun are mu- is stated that the rebels: and milder I l : the ship's Supplier' : of the Cuba brought{ i dl'J! on the follow-_. _ib
t trinity receding from one another at tbei' Democrats and Conservatives::I are doing ashore and l s-ton-d in t tho {rovennentvarc- ) The lollowir.g i item is furnished from a trouble utlliiali-Setl.! : 0wr t we lint.,.:will. Full tend particulars/ $1 to pay, a for vulun-the .'.
their utmost to secure the success of truthful '-Cetieral: Clark, and other COTTON
house to dismantle hi-r. source:
; ) -rate of 294 miles second. In the end, I ]preparatory Theship bio sample, which will do to work
i' per ilton merely 1 because the administrationand 1 will bo allowed t" remain where she* i Ttxao: < and! Mississippians i have: applied to the 0:1. oto,11L I c"pof! The 1'uuple'* Literary 1'oin-1 '
then tae distance of time strains Prwident to have. the, vbctioim in lhoseSta'csind.tinit. -- .
though : the people of the North prefer Da : is until the munitions and p"uuri-.n.eof the. larytst nod! .best fu'uity' I -
guns am re-; '
f i L insist i that the
{ ., the immagiaatioD, we must lose bight oSinus vis. The campaign against Davis is ;( movrtlhich 1 will probaly he taken Oj"|' decision i it-lyposlponr.l.the Verier ease They, and tie! ctitaintythat J ii Header:<"*pupr, if published-all cent flee by inaif. :

r -that is to say, provided we have managed with great energy and outlay, j I Fort Fisher .Wilminyton/ Journal. Ihiniilton, 1\1.ll1'l1t l> wilcMry: the .!e.lions. ...-, work, .JJr..s you E.: wait C. ALLLN I..rlllan."t 4 to.; ,, pr Augusta<'tatublo: ,
while the Davis not hard at I j tctj'ler this : t
partyare ( po-tpouciiifnt iue: $.iry. M I.I
: not that time the of tne.
by .
; gained capacity
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work. -' '- -- Hinf 1'1',1:11.1: that they will sucvevd

watching the more distant universe to- -The I Governor Molten is organizing amiarming uLtaiDin!; u pt'tpoucnirt' ,! I Rags Wanted S .
HAVANA, Oct. 28. Spanish steamer \- i _..__
( wbIch be: must be receding-an improbabflity. Pizarr and Austria have gone. to Nassau. N. 0-/ which a roinpany is i>If nf.g-rtll': : in hatch,, I Ar\twit. canvass ot tli, ipiniors--- of the \WASTEDI1TEO\ \ : \\! \ \\ !' '! I

1 a 2 / / Nothing seems, so near its final N. P., looking after the Lillian, <'rl'atinglUudll'Xl' tl'lI1l.nt. ('ilii-l ietardiiii: the Cub in question dwelo0 : J r -- /
Serious! frauds have been, discovered in I It is s\\ll'Pl't'd( : t they are ilcs-ijrnod/to) ti i pi's the fact .that! >,'cr .larv uteri .and Attorney + \
lmit the of astronomical telescopes I -
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power sent to Orange or Chatham counties to,I eteneralllotaitrethou: !Im..rnhlr" whuare 1
the bounded.warehouses. The Judge of I
while the power of the human eye, :I : suppress) pretended Ku: Klux. | opposed to u speedy] : ifcogaitioa; ut the New\ II / t
the SupemeCourt the Treasurer: and t the
llepubiio.: < I r.vsToit: OIL InI :.\\S
if Halters at aU, probably) decreases. Captain General jimunally invotigating : .. .. I AND A FAIR: PRICE PAID.' j
.. ... the affair. I i It il i- fail that fustier llvacicthe is going I '-
The house, in which General I/'o '
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t The Quaker City and Florida) had a The furniture in the palace of ifenorAlJatnas rendered the if Northern r-out\\\-;, !t. ri / '
I Army ( Virginiato l .. i i For *W''" t.1e! highest cr. rletpriee will teI j1
sharp fight with Salnave's) fiett. Both was fold at auction: by the Gov- General; Grai.t! is advertised) for sale: Tie trial of the nlicen of the'.hornet still' I t ) :u.]., I'J -1

&- ,. / /tides claim the victory. 'enucntto-dav.-I a t .nth.ut' at Wimingtun: N. c. I I L. G.; (h) "ACF.V!(1I. '" HENRY pnos u.f/!;

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I Recruits for the Cuban army are paid I DRUGS & MEDICINES. j i.-
S1000 bounty at Key Webt ,
... The erection of a new county jail at i- .. .

.0 EO. P. Ro1fJU. &" Co are the New York Fernandina has been commenced. Grant & Craft -0-. i ,t i'.-' ', ( .
Subscriber has JOlt return ,
Advertising Agent for this paper and com Gin house of J. Doig &; Bro., Gaines- The from tbe Northern Mantel with a t

fliti. let of it'can be imbed at their office vile, destroyed by fire. L arge and well aelectedSTOCK TO '. ...

by any one making application. Thin firm. Colored Missionary Baptist churches HAVING REMOVED STORE, offer -

Lai reduced adrertUfng a more perfect .y.- expect to form a Baptist association. closed up the rear wish to inform their cui'cmcra and consumers in general that for sale, a large! and wet! I seeded i i' '" L...

tern. 'than. -bai. heretofore- been. known. NEW CABS.-Two, new cars, intendedfor OF GOODS hands Having are receiving by every steamer large additions to their stock. They have on assortment Drugs; t' ;j
choice stock of consist -
Itlcdicincs .
LOCAL,, INTELLIGEIVC, E. the Florida Railroad, arrived at Sav- in? in part of the following -- ,

annah a few days ago. Which he offers to the citizens of Tampa and articles: \iz.IlemL'od t 1

The editor has not yet returned from The steamer Mercedita left Fernandinaon : !*, (vres and Bull's Sarea'''arilla. ';.l '

Court in Manatee. tho 19th ult. with full freight including surrounding county at a LOW PRICE. :::Iz3rConsisting : c.o'odsJ,. Mrs. Allen's Hair. Restorer, Tricor-Iierous .and) t +i'" I ,
Kathnrion j lIluoffian
The schooner Mary Anns arrived from 777 bales of cotton and 153 bbls ros New st 'I.. of DRESS GOODS, of every Fs and Hostellers Bitters -- -

Tt. Ogden yesterday. in. description. Wright'. AyresV McLean's Jay MS', Fafin, : !
stocks Hollownnd Dwhler'n Pills '
The Kelso will take her "-
NEW SYBrr.-The first new syrup of place on new the Cedar Keys and Mobile line Boy's & Gent's Wearing Mate of a good assortment of Prints, Bleached and Unbleached Miirtings:: Sheet A variety of Fancy Soaps.PERFUMER --- '.

.the season was brought in last week. this week. rial, ings, Hickory Stripes I, Kentucky Jeans Denim Osnnburgs: K. K. K. Plaids Oeo, Plaid, I ." ', 1. .
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}Flanuela, Drilling;, Veil*. Hoop :Skirts: Hose Handkerchief, Coats' Thread, Flax, Silk .. .
-.t Our niwchants have received new supplies Tbe residence: of Jas. II. Ancrum at A fine assortment of Floss, Cable cord Pins, Needles Thimbles Braid Buttons, d. Binding Y. : \

.s of groceries from New Orleans. Gordon, was totally destroyed by fire on ,[ t

; / > Persons hAving cedar to sell.can, we the Five evening hundred of the and 18th.fifty nine bales of cot- m QlVDCl at: CJn: lli Ilff; Groceries i & c. :T ask'",, Greys McGeil' And Holloway's Ointment .,- r.:. I: _

;presume, now sell it to the Cedar Mill ton had been shiped from Gainsville previ- I -
Pain Extractor nnd Russia Salve,
:.Company. to the 19th uliv BOOTS ,& SHOES, Corn, Flour. Pork LarJ. Butter, Cheosc.Oodoe! GrceoTea. Black Tea,*>odaCracker*. Drisd lUdway'a Ready Relief and Ready Resolvent t, I .,
The post office has been removed from Primus Chischolm, colored, of Gaines- Apples Ginger. Pepper, )lulltorJ.Crnckcr:; *, Allspice. Soda Cream Tartar. Nutmeg, Brown[ Essence of Ginger. Pbilctoken. PainKiller /
ville, had his right arm severely mutilatedlast In great variety. Soup, starch. Washing SoJa, Candles! Matches, concentrated J.'e. A ,good assortment of Hemboldts Bnehu, Peruvian Syrup t .,, /
the Court House to B. C. Leonardy's week by tho explosion of a chewing nnd social circle smoking Tobacco cigars pipes Leml!. bhot,.all size, Powder India[ Cologjgue: Laudnum. Paregorlei'lI //
gun. ,
Browns Essence: of Ginger a
Lead, cartridges tc: Drops ,
store. of LUdie' and Gcrat'ahats. caps '' /
Vow style
1 iety cf Worm Lozenges, R variety: of i
vat :;
The of Judge E. L. T. Blake ,
residence Extracts: Chloroform. Roach Poison and almost ,./
L. G. Covacevich has received cotton- at Talabassee, was totally distroyed by article that can It found iu a .' ';

i. bagging, which he offers for sale. See fire$2000.on Friday morning. Loss about. Special Dress attenntion Good: has been given to Ladies W 00 ware &c. every r1 r ..........

advertisement.C. j CITV DKUG STOlli .
The gin house of Robert Gamble, in PRINTS, OiyOIIAJJS ALPACCAS. > I
&; 8. Ledlie of Painted; Backela: !, co-lir Churn, Axe helvesBrooms Hames, good assortment of Milk/
:. Savannah,offer New Jefferson county, was destroyed by fire on MERINO, PLAIDS STRIPES J'JILVQLS Pans, :htru-.uvr; : B'ickcta: with covers, assorted: size coffee Pots, Wash! Basins, quail oDd pint W_ Please call and admire mv New Store t ,
York prices for hides, buckskins, & .- the night of the 16th inst. Loss from GIMP RIBBONS, LA CES, JL'liAW. cupar .t:". and be sure to buy ray )IEHICS{ :;. / .
81200 to 81500.i 't \
-: See advertisement. i, / I

; DEAD BODY FOUND.-The dead bodyof Hardware &c. FllltANCH.. / t '

': The invalids from th.e North are comIng an unknown colored-man-was found in Yankee Notions uly 2JLb lSt19. / -
by steamer. We hear of the: St. Johns river, about Tour miles below J / .
: every quite :Steel Corn Mills, Axes: Hoes IlatcheU, llamtncr\ Nails,Tacks, Screws Oitnletc, Pad Ix>cksiche : .
} ft number coming soon. Jacksonville a few days ago. ,t Locks,Trace chains Stirrups Spurs, Mill Sax files, crosscut Saw Files. llaud saw Files, OR\NGE\ GROVE\' hOTELTPAMPA
.. HUGE ALLIGATOR.-An alligator was: HARDWARE, !, Coffee Mills, pocket Knives, Pots! Ovens :Spiders, Sauce Pans, Fry Pan AcStationery. : :

Henry Albury has established a fishery captured near our wharf a few days ago,

a: at Sarasota Pass, in Manatee. county. which measured twelve feet and two in- Medicines.
We wish him ches.-Palatka Herald 21st. : 11" 0 0 ,r: 0 1:' Y .. U m 1:' Wr's. Pills Jayne's Pill. MeClanen Pill
success. Fine Letter Paper, Note Paper, Bill Paper, Vermifuge, Bateman's Drops) [ Paregoric ,
} D. L. Yulee, Esq., president of the Laudanum Turlington's Balsam, .
Consignees of freight by the Alliance Florida Railroad, offers to donate eligi- GLASS, WOOD & TIX-WAUK, Fool' Cop; Paper, Envelopes Pens, EpsomSalU, Gum Camphor

: line of steamers will please notice the advertisement ble sites for the erection of common school! Ink, Pencils, Copy Books, Castor Oil, SpiritsTurpentine..

'! -A. of the agent in this issue. houses wherever needed along the line of Q) 8 ) Q) Qg) ) Spelling Books, :) USTADLKIIUCM WILL BE OPEN

road. : All of which wejespectfully! invite our Ca-\lnJII\! to call nnd examine. We are still determine Till ,./ \
; .r The Lavaca on her last trip brought KILLING.-Sometimelast week, there to sell at (prices "To Live and Let Lite. We will ,take.iu exchange / I
4 ., out) the largest cargo this season She was another negro killed in this county, SNUFF and CIGARS / October, 15th., I \. -

"was "chock a block" with freight for our not fur from Moteley 11 all. The |lll'rl'c-> Corn Cctlon, Sugar, S,rup. Cow Hides Doer Skins, Uecs-wax Tallow. C.Lio k- For the reception of Regular and Transieahoarders. .. i ,- I

merchants. trators of deed arc not known, us they McLcllan huddles, Bridles Ac.: ens, Eggs! Potatoes, &c., Good Accommodations, aDd )located \ : 1
were di."guiseil.-JlaJisG1t< Arg>ts. / in pleasant part of the City. I
Florida has seven millions of acres of RAILROAD ACCIU};T.-A jouog colored of Fresh GARDEN SE EDS, We will stale to the people of Hillsboioughconnty that we are endeavoring to get ,up a II. L. CRANE ::, I ,

land adapted to the growth of coffee, and man, foil from a platform/car: at A large supply trade which will benefit us all, and we earnestly hope you will give us a literal share of Tampa., Oct. Cth, 1869. ..,

", the best of the land is said to be South of run Baldwin over, and last instantly Saturday; killed/morn I>g, and was SCHOOL BOOKS & STATIONERY, your A good of Salt always kept on hand. Give us a call at our old stand opposite the / I

Tampa. ?;* Florida 7/o use. J.W.lSDRESOiVSSOS84CO.ASD' 8 'a / :
Geo. J. Alden, aj-roh ul Collector of Choice :'Family C I' 0 C C r Ie. / .
AND IIAULIt'G.-We: would respectfully inform the citizens ?f Tampa '
The residence cf Mr. C. Q. Neavett: in Customs of port of [tnv Sim'nu. The \TTOOD ./ I
\Y I that we will furnish Oak and.Pine Wood by the lead or cord. Also hauling of any
..17uridian thinks it :sy; good appomtuitz.t-: FLUR._ kind done reasonable terms ) rt1on
,d- -- Hernando county, was destroyed by fire I on {! ,( gl1dnl' n
'" it K-uds th distance from
guiOeu. n some :
: on Sunday,.31st nit. The fire was result CORN, t
the cal'iWi'rho
t : of accident. Br< r at; ,.:< ese! Whooping Cranes, LARD, DRY GOODS I

l MAIL F..A.ILURE.We received no mail and Wild i'ucks of several kinds have: BUTTER I NOW OPENiJ/ ;
made their tho Prairie I GENERAL: COMMISSION
appearance upon
from the North by the overland route on j' "
and fine
promise sport to our gunnen-; FOR --
Saturday last, as the,driver on the upper Era. CAN FRUIT 1 1
FALL AND \11TEI\\ 1 Mer'c"hanis;
c route failed to make connection. CIRCUIT CUL'llT.-ThtJ. Circuit Court 1 _

for Bradford convened Lake HAY FALL AND WINTER\ lJf(1JIVIl
COLD WE.TnElt.-For the past week county, at ..... "
Butler on AVtdnesdaj' 05:h iast., and > ( Strict nearSAVANNAH the Bi+y,

we have been having tome verycool adjourned on the next day, Judge Knight AT THE STORE OF -. ...... \
weather. There was a slight frost on presiding. Thro indictments for assault f q Goo d CEO.,

v Sunday morning, also on Monday. apd Lattt.'ry"t>re found by the Grand Jury The Highest Market Price paid for sAT '

but no critumJ trials were had.:: The k L. G. CovacevichJUST lrompL attention giveclo all business en _
"Ar BEST HOME.-Thomas Williams (w.) to our cure, arid liberal l advanced
civil docket was cleared.: Seed Cotton Hides &c. made: upon l'roluce In hand. Ue20-ly
was convicted of theft by the Circuit '

: Court for folk county at its last session, -- OPENED, FM.FARLEY B. F. SIMMONS.
TAMPA )Um E! INTELLIGENCE. JOHN JACKSON'S. luileof! 'loridx I Of ApalachlvoUFARLEY ..

I and sentenced to tho Penitentiary for 1 Cotton taken on Consignment i to bo shipped( A fine ossortrcrnt of Shawls Blanket, FIlm

year. BY OCR COMMEECIAL KEPORTE2.: o my Tailor in Charleston, ::Savannah Newt nd!!, Calico, Sheeting, :ShirtingJeaua: Balmorals OPENED MY GOQD: I Rt:>. i ,
oik uad Liverpool Tickings,, Stockings, Otmuburgs Tablo HAVING incite friends. and the & SIMMONS, .
) ) pub.
( loth!., Denims, DeLaine) *. Pacts Cloth, Alpaccu. lie to call and cxmuiuu before purchasing tl=owhfie. '
1, DlSTISQ DISHED ARRIVALS.-IIon'sT. For the Yl cck Unliai: : )cvcaibcr: 10, I C:>. W Cotton: eed turns: lei Gratis to Plan rlaidsStripes, Hickory Linen, Handkerchiefs Myg'judi. having been bought for COTTON FACTORS .
Collars, Merinos, Jacontts. Winter ,,; -
CASH, sold low
they be
as as
are can .
0- W.: Osborn, Senator,and C. M. Hamilton; ters. (ialicooB; Cambrics, Drilling, Gassiineres! \bought in this market. My stock any of
Veils Ribbon Gloves Lawn and fine lot of AM t
"' Alt UIL'E1). a
this State
Member of
Congress C. L. FRIEBELETa

were in this city Monday on for Sunday Key West last. They from Steamship New' Orleans Lacaaz:: November, Henry Galt'Mustcr 7th' 1t i9,. 1"111 i fcij,ttmUr Utlh. ly Ladles YANKEE Dress NOTIONS! Goods &e., DRY GOODS, \\ : :+LLL.YJvl.l. 'li\r.oroll: n. :. t:. i.: .. ;

departed on
c Roady-made :r ay t. 6 ivcunnih, (ho.REKEHEXCK "-

;: Tne farmers of this section are grind- CLEARED. IB the largest ever brought to Tampa consisting i ..
Or .
their cane ftnd making syrup and su Steamship iMi-aca for West : : \
ing Key '
: ;, PRINTS.L.tWNS: GINGHAMS DUlaices ) :- Messrs. WALSH, PATRICK: Co., (
The is not as large this November ::itb.r A FINE ASSORTMENT OP riniiiuls shirt .
gar. crop yearas U.som: Cloak, shirting 701Vua!! Street, X. y, '
Shawls: JUlmoralo: stocking, (*>urte r... Ties ,
last, owing to the killing of their seed Boots & Slfbes Hoops, Glo1I0oJ" Nubias:, Cl.lll1r",1, Mcs! rs POT it HCEBT. 0 'A
the cold '.ather.EOAD. : PiintX 1 13sGrvBkrbt.N:! ; O. -
cane last spring by w RECEIPTS OF rUEIHIIT. :Slice: iiisr! Cloth, Bbukuts Mourning
I Goods, Ribbons, ivad everything it this line, I 0c 1 Cm
Grant & Craft 38 packages Groceries ; SPLENDID STOCK 01'Crockeryware .

NEW .-Tho work on the new S. J. Lightsey 20 packages Merchandise ; I Plain I i and Fancy sII4'. Dress i
road ordered to be cut by the County J. Miller 16 bbla Hour, 1 cotton in.I, I : of every J crirlion.Gentleman's .
: rolls bagging, 25 packages assorted groceries -, ,
through tho marsh near
Commissioners Rcady-Made Clothing, DEALERS IN
; C. L. Friebtlo 21 packages groceries '
r the city will be commenced in a few days J. W. llarlce 27 packages wr \.
; assorted '
1 Vineioos & IIlInS, SIU\S.: IUCS: U'\X..
; N S\u\\',
The completion of this road will greatly groceries ; II. I'roseus 19 packages UMBIt1:1.IAS:' : 1 Ac., Ac.He \., S

benefit the city. assorted merchandise ; T. K. Spencer 2 "'001.. TAM.OW Ac.
packages paper; J. Blumeuthall( 150 y ,\NKElNullmtL.thINiEJT"S: ::

ys packages merchandise and groceries ; II. nl6r'l'n'loll ln.ij tho l>tet! qualityGROCERIES: 1 3C; Bay: Street foot uf Barnard "

.. Messrs. Xewinson & Bettman have Krause 3 bars iron; II. Fitts 13 packages : : .t CHILhRUN HATa I \

leased the mill,, of Joseph Robles, of this merchandise ; C. Q. Crawrord 5 packages JOB WORKNEATLY 5uv.annah. (. : ;-t"! 1.; '"

b place and are now engaged in adding merchandise; J. }1. Martin 7 packages All kinds of F urns use :- H 'tWe
-l are XYork irices for
Lewison & Betinann pay'i1 ,
groceries 28 | :
machinery and saws thereto, for the purpose ; ...

c of sawing cedar,into pencil wood on W. G.machinery Ferris. ; assorted merchandise to P R ,0 V I ION t S. :rn J ''Bf0'SW.IX; ,. ,

an extensive scale. FLOUR ot nil Grades, .
Lard Sail, Corn. ltil'oa, SiiculJcrs CO W HIDES.DEER.
> fork C
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Exports.! Mavier. : i, M....:,-arumm. Vermicilli,* FuLcy Candy QCOBruIBll-\7 ABllij ,
? NEW STOEE.-Mr. I. Blumenthal, ofFernandina Codti h, French Bread, I'Kklep. Sugar 'SKI."S'M. .
has just arrived from Now 22 bales cotton, 10 bales hides!, 25 bar EXECUTED. AT THEPENINSDLAll Crucktrii.! Soda Crack,,. Pilot BriaJ, Colfce, AVILL\V-WAHE) ; (JLAS ti"\Hl: ,' "'U4 -
rels 1 bl -
oranges. sugar, bOOO shingles
Greet and Ulnck Ten.lobsters Il.'CSEIXS.! .
r York with a large stock of goods, and has 5 bps potatoes, 11 coops fowl, 30 sacks: Mutter, Sugar.! CI\lll, llIt Ch"II, CiSlrll. SuJa T1X-WAUE, CUTLEUV, STOVES: .

Opened them in the Brown store in this oysters.: KerodlDI Oil, :Syrup, Lye, Canned Fruits Bridles, McLellan Saddles, \ ()Q.1 r SK1Na::. '" '
We willlicar from him through Soaps. XUIIUS.! .. e. Mustard, llufT. )Milk ._
place. 1'nss Vluegar reps'era I-I'icl': .' Dri"Apples lanJ 1 Rules, Stint Guns and Pistol []f..IIL'UOSS. 1lA.11'E'ltrlti: j.'ox :
the Peninsular next issue. M'IIJtt'rs.A. Peaches!, Pican, Nut, Cheese 1 1
All kinds u( Stationery und) dlvuIDotkl!
B.Jones & Lady, J. Blumcnthal, > OFFICE. CHEWINC & SMOKING TOBACCO Initial writing paper, Inks: .U.: SA7.VJf. .//.\ /- XAVA:V, 0777.7; SATA'S
PEBSOXAL.Will M. Evans, purser of E. Betmann, G. Lewison, andMes. rs. Op- POWDER,

: -. the Steamship Laraca, is acknowledged penheimer, Johnson and Schultz. LEAD 1'uiiits and .-"I'fIlIlH'q', RACCOO.SKXS.. 7/A'A'J/> SKIX '

., by all as tho" most clever and obliging ---=-= L. J. CULMAUTI.V.I- .lOllS FL\OiERV.! SHOT, CAPS.An Smoking & Chewing Tobacco H7L -CM7'SA7.V:;. \ .

purser of the Alliance line and wo. can TU.IIIOrJces Current. L J. 1t t assortment of Measures!, Buckets Broo ins! i .i
add that ho is an energetic and perseverhuiness'lran 1 & CO, Aze-ilelvesl'ails! Tubs:, :Sieve, T. F. \ ;
and merits all COKKECTEP: wrKKLr. ar w. a. FLEJU.. NAILS OF ALL SIZES. FINi 1: MERSCHAUM; rll'Cflue 4, WESSON OF FL .
ing : ,
Cotton factors: CoSee! Pots, Tin Pan, Pint and Quart Cups I I
i the praise that is bestowed upon him.- Long Staple. Cotton(in the sc.eJJ"! ) : 1, Gimlet, Lucks, OLD RYE WHISKEY, ALK, wini ,
thanks for favors extended. Diied. lb. 2i-c Honey per Ib Iftc AND lunges l'otwarel'ens, Pins Needles! Axes:, :
; I He oar Bread Pilot. JblftalSje:! Hay: j.erc'vrt lax > S re'vs and Tack Spoons, Irons, Buts. ite. CHAMPAGNC: CWE]:. BITTERS: ic.; IOORB\ JESKIi\S"{ \ & (fO.Oro'cers > ,
Soda, pr Ib 15cHiic:\ s, The question of organizing a Town Butter 20c! Haw, c, Ib 20a2sc; :;( Brandy SNUFF t
I French pr It, 20 Lard per lb. 30c \Vhtfckey, .
T government has not yet been decided. 'j' Butter, (.'1,h"lI. Ib SOc; Molasses, Ha! j gal. 50c Merchants. Wines, AMMUNITION, Ao l
not majority of the citizens t country: Ib 2Ju Potatoes, j J'f bush, 75c Lemon Syrup, In fact everything can be f found that is'necd-: : : \ I
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.t'bere was Coffee, Ir 1 Ib( :2730c! H Iri-h. pi' M..I, *4*_:5CbicLcci i I Raspberry Syrup, eJ in this section.A! C CI
Tf i Tampa at the meetings on Saturday: .j.H>r dozru. !3 Oil. KtroJtLe: gal ?1 i!. Hiy Sired, Saiatniah, Geo. OIJ dominion Mint Julep, rrt'li siipiil of }
nights and no action was ; Cheese, Lrlb :SO Iic. pr Il,. 15r: And :in fact everything can be found in my 229 & 231 :Front Street, \ ''
; and Monday (Candle:*, pr Ib :aOa4+)c Salt' Liverpool.. *4i i, for Store that is needed by my town and country ,, -" ,
t A final meeting will Corn bush. HOalbO bush Agent Crll.lIey' Sup r Phosphate of I thank I .. 1.I 1.
t taken in the matter. pr pr >1 'Lime-. patrons. my customers fur their pal GROCERIES I / .
I 4 'Meal 1 Lush 1.L.a7rugar.; :- lla, Ib 10() (I 15;*. patronage and hope tu have a continuance Rear H"l..l.lltf; : >&c\t: > 1', .. \
be held Saturday night, to tee' whether DeerSliiu. pr lb! 25: Syrup FU prpal 7.5) Bagging; !Hope and Iron Ties always on h nd.INiial f the eame. G ire me a c all. I / ...

t ( the citizens wish a City government or; pr dozeD 20c( Tobacco Ib50 c to f 175 ; racililiej extended to CHSr TERMS CASH Oli COUNTY J'JIOwet ..11 W..1 1"8 OX ii.t tin. Javv31 i I. Mounr. "f I\'. \ t.

Flour" X X. Ibl. *S Wax ,I'r Ib 25a30i: ; : tonicr. :. I will s, i tIC, Liylic-it' Cash prices far I R,4uuYU JL''l, N. yl !\In''on. ,., '. ,.
.' not. rY choice', fl Dull Tallow pr Ib SalGc.I Oct I Him Sth I }H.oll"tY lh',.ur, Tampa July
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Jctmt muux J. ,avU'S: meats., a. FABAUOSI/ J l RHEUMATISM \ I FURNITURE 11 STORE' Wit mm t WftKTER Y.t DEPOSITORIESFORCE TWO DOLLARS A YEAR! ".' &' .i-; 1 :

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The Cheapest in the Country. ;.::

j issi Large Bread Florida Schools ,

n +u trcbnnts THEGREATEST Water Strrtl. Kcrth of tie Tatriya, Saie 21111Work The Daily Advertiser, published, at Savannah. '
"ill bo ; .
/ cent to country subscribers for :
LIMMENTQl \ of all DcMMii lioii 3onefj 1\ TII6Frrelintttdcr Two Dollars a year, and six months for One ,
Bay Street+ Sarannah, Gco. the above Line with neatness u TlIF. h'ubscriLer respectfully informs! the t of Public Instiuction of th Dollar *. _
$ 3BERAL ADVANCES) made on Co Iton con and dispatch. Satisfaction guaranteed. > \ ', LLe that. he has commenced mauf.ictur- State: of Florida. Tho Advertiser contains as much reading i.. :c,

JLJ signed tit to or to oar ,Correspond in THE AGE I irg, / matter as the average of Weeklies, sod is'specially e I -

Jf,w -Tors t and Liverpool Bagging, Rope -. The publishers' of the American Educntionae devoted to ntTorJiog its readers a coO r \,.
.' nd Iroa Ttee furnished at lowest I/ School: and College Text Books dcnscd nod concise daily an mrnary of Political .
rates ocfimS. It MY orks Like a Chatm.It Lu"c Itrcadi of ruperiorgaUtitl.vil limitfJ time f
er the following books.for FIBMTUBE 1 at the very low special p'ico affixed :o each and abroad and is a faithful authority on the .
'''otixltAxrlUT-, cEnD/ flc,1.: i Daily, Regular CUstouielS will .be lib 'for I ho l purpose of enabling: teachers and pupils Savannah marketana Quotations.. .. !
: j L 1 / c.tlly dealt, \v ith. to obtain;: !laoke adopted, at the ]least It is 111 l liyely.tcomprchonme, and above all _:. i: .
GUIL11ARTIN 1 & CO r'. cost to'tI1IAJ in such time and wan an economical,. Doily
HEADY ttlADE COrrl1\S .FLETCUER. paper, thatyevery one i e .I! _
., I Las been sppl.'; : masses in the streets June A of Savannah Macon, Augusta, Columbus all. and establish the prosperity of the cause
j for six months and try It. -
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fy \ "., -.-: Cotton Factors, Montgomery, and all leading cities'and towns Always on hand 1/ of education. in accordance with( thc lows of J f Local Agents Wanted to whom. a hlenlpeiceatageonnbeerrpttonWilibeallov- ..

to the Mississippi!! river,.. from his famous car.riage.f / the State, and the plans and recommendation \
AND r many yean, withWonderful Barrels of the:Superintendent:: of Politic Istructlon.NOTE. col. ;\1
r Orders for work promptly attended to.Country .-The prices in the leC / and columnare BEARD 4 KIMBALL, ;

GENERALCommission the regular retail price/, those in the Proprietor .:. { .
Success. ( rro.luceaken for Furniture right hand colum arc the ptfces<< at which! the .. .

.. : 1l books will be furnished for introduction fur \\t

1 Merchants. The Most\ Severe Cases of _..:). 11AYGOOD.iLORlibA air month a from this date, at cither }) T08\to- TUB SA'"ANNAII ; :

RHEUMATISM OCm / ry. Special .I1f"'o. .
I : for ? '
fPhc! unJ.t"i/ln.1/ is now having made) nt hishap Jietail. Introdurlioranders' } -.
Bay Savannah Gco.j NEURALGIA: O/T '
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: Turkey Hammock, 12 miles west &101.1U119 !
j _PAINS IN.THE BACK, BAKERf{ efTumpaSrnpLarrvlsotsuperior: quality, sa Primary Charts- .
Agents for'Bradley'* Super Phosphate ort which he will tJJ "l *2 CO; pr barrel l at the shop 8 number of 4 card, set $3.00 X1.50 '. -
t -- Lime. BREAST, JotS"r.5SI >! / or f3 (''U liviod! at Tampa.on :Sanders' Primary Chart-: Will i T RI IVEEKLT
Bagging, R oPeetaIroaTSes 1 8 No's in sheets: ... 1.50 75 ..
f always on hand. were brought to the Professor, who as !quickly'inibod I )..H' hand n fine lot of fish barrels "
rC Usual Pad lilies extended to Cos- the patient thoroughly with iiis ) TAMPA FLA. male "\j prrssly! tor the South Florida fisheries Union Union Pictorial Primary Speller.Primmer.. 20 20( 10 10 A RELIABLE FAMILY ". J i I.
C2 pcrl'arrcl
m uttbeshop
t toner '" Union :Spelller:; .. .. .. 25 15 .-
Get 14 6mTISON LIE/ / [% A orders 'for Barrels will be. promptly ,
OIL OF 1 (tiled Union Header: No. 1. SO; 15 And Commercial

Ji Fresh Blend, .. JAMES I'.McMULLIN, |' Union Reader, No.'L. 50 25Union Nowspaper, .... "- ,
\ wrL W. (10&.00. y. August 2 5th. tt Reader, No. 3. .. 75 40 -
Sending them! in i irutauce entirely / Union Reader, No. 4. .. 1.20 d3 riontaining the latest news by telegraph ..
: &. GORDON, relieved, thus away causing cyery one bottle of th/ CAKES tc.: Ac.. Union Reader, No. 6. 1.50\ 75Union \J and Mail from ,11 parts of the world* a -' :

1 Liniment eare.hundreds. of dollars 0 To Rent. Header. No. 6. 2.00+ LOO daily telegraphic Report of all Foreign aad .
I t '$ tom t.on' bills. Will be kept constantly Ke n's First Lessons !in n Domestic markets, together: with a full dill,
) IrilGt
: ITMERCHANTS i 7'n Grammar. .. ... 45 22 repoitof the Savannah Grocery and.. Prodnc" '!
on hand I1HAT COMMODIOUS, well furnished and KctTs common (irninmur, 1.24):! Cu 3t Market! Every Friday we publish A full Fj.uancial ;
.. P. -t L popular Hotel, know na the Washing Ion liei I'* Compoftftiou: sled I and Commercial report of the Saran- ...' ;-

"_ Aft1Ur) sea cO"Q\ l' i YTON'Sf and lor sale at theFLORIDA House. With 10 rooms, & fronting on Washing Rhcloi,. . . 1.25 65 nth ilai kale, containing Prices Current com'c.-
KA lou. Street Good well of water. aud outhouses Speiiceriaa Copy! CliO! ca 20 15 parative statement of Cotton, and full YCU'can. : "

I on tho place Part of this: house can be Spencenan vv riling. Charts tile Staatistic carefully compiled under amt _

;:> used as a store.. lr :%121: inches. . . 2.00 1 (10 I.)' Jir'cliunQrth Roan! of Trade of this city.
OIL OF IIFEts { BAKERY, ALSO, Sptnccriaii Key to Penmanship In the future, ai in the poetthe NEWS will __-.

1 a B yqmt bJ G (! )that large Dwelling House, recently occupied .. .. . 1.50; 75 pursue the tame straijf ht-for\v' :ard,lamest, honest '
now considered; by Who have ,,'itness"III 1. by Mr. ni'>OIl'<4. This Louse has 8 Com. School 1.1: l. of( Brj policy. Colonel W. T. Thompson author '

1; .., TTTE Ull continue business at the its application. to bo lbrtue: ; and reliable JOHN F, FLETCHER. looms with fire ;'luceela i in good order in one ant .l :Strnttoh's:; Book. of rlljor Jones'courtahip"laconnected with '..

1 T 9ft J3A T STREET and offer old .land Remedy for E11EUMAM1SM, .NEURALGIA, ol the ntostJesiraLla localities in the city.I keeping. ... . .., 1.2') CO the paler. -I' _' _
.t. t JltrchaoU and Planter of our IIHIsboro servicestotLa and for all Pains and AQU S wherever a' Lini- Tumpa, May 19kh, I will rent ihlict'of( thece hoiiby) the year. Co rn. Sdiool 1)J. of lr; \"- TERMS : ... ... /

-; I and the adjacent eoaali for tLe tale of Cot meat can be used. T.-rllli-I'.I) nuiita ijuarterty! iu .it-lvaiuc. ant it ::::ration's 1 1:1 Links 75 Pul..I\f>ryear j,0, I. r
For farther I paiticulars, afply toMr :-thoIJ11,1.: ol /ri-\\'
ton and other Produce; also for High : lry- telly [pert'rar.. *5 i;
receiving BLACKSMITHING : ANN; :\ M.Rt'P.ARTS.: : : /
forwarding not .tSirnltoii'1 s Book .S'ubs.-ijption' j.mxived, for
Cotton and Merchandise. Kit 'fonS 011 of Life! any length of I "
:C We are prepared make liberal ) moots! Oct: ClhC.1STOK ket'ping. . . : ;ri l.CO time, fjvm one month upward ; gad if .
advances __. __ __ __ you
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r on consignment to a* fail< $ sale in this Market u nigh; :->ch..1 1,1.: tlr naitaivoiinah paper, send one dollar an.l
,x 1'. or where! it is preferred to be forwarded Tin never-failing0ermun Liniment i is IIn/'IIJI- -1511- I 1 jt jtt ant A: Hr..tton*<( L'ar:,kr 2.W ity tl,<. StWSfur n month. ..

;,; friends fo'Lirerpool! New York, to our ed fot iU sterling viitutsin the hutory of t nKL\1 \ \ rEn.'c. It'OIl'b 1'i.niarvi* ::'iu- r11 orders Ly mail or other ew ': .

Boston or more.. Philadelphia, : Medicines-marking: a swift and sure ('lire. van History _. 55 :{f) | promptly attend to. '

'+r Baring had fifteen years expfiriance in tLe giving relief in every case almost by the (Tretrubbing. 'Y\\Ce\w riiuTHE b \;, .\ lIl'ai.1 f'r" f l I"J" C..iv'r&allh.tory J.I V I) 80 *t.t'" ,1"' .' "'Ti-tications to receive prompt ".
... .. t I' ('l'a1t' How Plants' Glow!( 1':-'O 80 :stress: ; '.hl\: ;t t l-t aldrtaieJ to .
J +elttB' Comminion e tit ttiom a.. : .1..I1\'re at .
Basinets I Read testimonials and hear the opinion
!' taSaraanah, we have an extended and general of tie people UNDERsign Key 11'cst'f.unpt. MaiaU the: Const:< or any of convenientpoint Floiidn.- ; of Iutnnl. . g tiO 1..0! I -:'_'_,_ : Prop, -

f .. '- 'acquaintance to whom we refer with For:Sale::; by all leading Drag Stores. fomhipnunton }Deposittn' fitKsmU'rii\ I'lof-Jda nod the :bl.John's : I
con is now 'pre {selected ceed planting from the Hast ]Indiesand : ;
tisanes tl Hnn,1J;, \ ?
pared to till all orders ciiciilursKiving instructions for the, cul mTfor: ev'lutvv, i.thettc't'auftluFfi311t1 \\\lntb1icnu
a + :: c:::> t _
Bapectfuly. < "R .. UU1.
for dei .
every ure and harvesting the Castor: IJean: .
Wv U.TISON, M'KESSIN&ROBBmS.WHOLESALE 1 of Blacksmithing --Jack onviHe, Fto.f'f. I
'S V. eription d on application to .
: WK. W. GORDON. and Wheel .'uYi i"'I'" !'-I' rticUTit' FiuilLl! uD(3 thi .- DAILY WEEKLY,
:.. V GL'ORCii( : )I ALLENXey ] "
17hln r'J; ') i1.) '. ,
67.S 17Cm.An in -I. n. I f r't* I
wrightiDg a style West, February 6th; .
1, not to be surpassedBuggy li. (>tt4 t;.# I.... {
A3E T. Making I 1'f. \, ; ;.\ U)' j.>> it. S vii] !:a. >,
I 11"8.l i if if S M NEW YORK. fretwill iepairmij be Florida Brick 1 < .* " ; j I -

LEDERER & CO I'IlOrmETOR.JACOB done on reasonable term Horses[ shod at amoment's .\# ill.' \till.; .' .- .,..,iltd It.;.} HIl\! aVTi'fpr'ies r -- '
,. notice. iivaiial.lo: \ .. ; I I Ire! T AJIiJ'M-tl' IS i:.oJ' 1 t'> .
I'I c
am thankful to my friends 4 lire l plea '- for their past patrocage.and hope ther will 1 '.Lcm promptly ut.derint|! the l ln...>k" iietd I '.': :! .l.tla I1 -it 111).aa: .' .r.-; coal* KJ pos L
LPPMAN'S splendid article of Prick is being made e.jun .., t.i"! tirr. ; '
now !
ed h.uaurctljn.r !
4. ,' give me a call. l' -for3our"seliool<. After thus rxpirutiuit "I l lj ; a aaJ f.XI.'d" -
; FOREICN AND DOMESTIC i II. KRAUSE.: 1 at inj yard on Old 1'unrnn.l: :\ for sale i in six j mouths, if dialtri: in jour vicinity f.iil! to l<> Jevote his entire tin".. .' 1!. II.g It, at

Tampa, March 14lh 'CS.; 47-ly. any qiiaulit The 15iick; mo'lc at this Yiiul keiji i-it ylir.rea will at all time accon a ne\r"pip<'r, IIIIc"p'llo none i the .. ,'titIi.r .- ':.
\Wholesale\ Drug L Faint Housr, I : ate IN (good: a:* can be bought in any lun Ikcl.- iiuiJaty ;.1tJ.i..f: Public luatiuctivu at uu r 'lh*. liberal patronage of Lust nut better, years "'
Samples can In-Seeu at Grant A Cr.Jt'i) store while the t "
ok ; ; lowct t lates.IVI Republfean was under ii';' charge,
Savannah Georgia.PYRAEUGE I'noe per M. [tat the 1 nrdj] I I3.; enct.nratal.imtohope; that! by S
pr nipt .
1 iqOReular :>UN,1'itlNNCI', BLAKEMA:\ :. AC .
; JAMES: I'.McMULLlN.. continued support; the public will enable him ;
MY PublUIurs of the Ainerie.iu UJncnti/naletic \
GOODS.reoacll : 's to carry this purpose into effect.
= = 7--= 47 and 4'J: Greene. N. Y.Ktobcr :
To I fie. Merchants of the .South
Gull.1'uclcelet. Fair Warning ( 15th; and especially
I. :2vv! <.f( his own elate, he, looks with connV.

: r OFFICE OF"Alliance" \ I.L1TRSOXS S air notified :. >t. to sell or k.ll Jencwfor! a generous: support, prornii ill them

( ? 11 or ill all t' wi,,e di,p'> 113
.\ ST, Nithuvtour/on.ent. K( (they Jo'. and >ve lir.-l 1 litical journal that hid: experience,) capabili

TIlE JUSTLY CELEBRATED I Line stunt we will punirh them to; the t.itentof, the ties caa'produce -

",. law. TS HEREBY: : : GtYEN; : of( the formation of a, Tha Weekly Republican.

{ -- aM. Lederer Snvnnnnli. i Uo! B. Yi'AJIJ1] tie fhu : JOHN CURRY.JOHN 1i'.Iilea':; I J. corponttr Coiapaii)'. ti> I e Kuo\v by the Irsigned) more especially:\ for the planting

-. I. M. Frank I Gco Chili and Fever Expeller, =: 9 ARCII'D. McNT.lLManatee : name ol the I i-..iijiniiiiitand others who have not the privtliiTo .

.' O oatar e Eckstein./ : SeptrmLerlUth.1569.: :3m.I i of a laily mail will be found to. contain
aplyMEIIAMOUCO j TAMPA RAIL ROAD COMPANY; all the new of the week condensed into
Acts as a Tonic .and a* an Appetizer giving jI t : a \.
; swell com pI: < and by the enoJQr: the
f i the patient strength and building up bill 113 stem I Handsome Inducement. I Who-ic plaP t.e 1.II,iuNU ..11.1111" in tIm t{ Town expect tu tsar i it on n large imp -linJ year sheet"Kif of .

leaving him rtrung and healthier thuu -- ... II I of TAMPA, in the (',,\It.\"" of llilKborougli, tight yeses, to contain mare ru.t.liug; matter '

i before the attack.Oct8 :L j I Florida than : in theso.ilh.1KKMS... .
"- Every; : person who Feml !Sill;: "SO to tilli'C1NC1S'l'Cltl'1'uLlicatjon e niipnpcr I
tf ; The bnMii f 4 of fiiitlC'-nipdny/is i to build
sr. 1 :\ Compuij' and Itiiil Koa: Gout t'te ,
equip of f
HERRMANN WEISSBROD \t- X4C I.h J Charleston S. C ieceiv thai superb yln}:Itt'l the Pay outh( ulTnrnparunn'n}; through waters, :the {Daily'. One year . . . 10 '

WflOlESALE DEALERS J\ ., I IN [ fine f->r oiM-year, and a copy i'f nth,r ol t6 town of Taml"lhc; CotinU'-siJo, t-f Hills us months. _ .\6
borough county, in tho :htitte> of( Floridi:. to t ts "' For a less time (per month) . SiV
Wuveilv Novels
or the vvoik tlr ChatleIickcua ,
w (QIrn) p. 0of5r t ; .Sfjofs b gats t !!! SADDLER, 9 that inity bo d' i>igiiattl.Sptciuifn The! amount of'itll\'tohld hull be OIK* N. It. Payment in advance for tiller 7"'

TOFloridaPortsNc LuiuKr with )premium list :;5 EZurHlrrd thousand! Dollars, to l be I I.ccliiiuii. without J
divided: into thar.'S of One Huinlrc) l }DoIKir exception.; '
('clll+. __ '3ru a i i (
each. Ten percent/ofnoli share mliwribed! f J. H. SNEER
I. Y
Ifarnets-Ma Upholstc ( -- ---- -- -- ,
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READY-MADE CLOTHING, : th.ill! be paid; l in before cummcuciuti to biiiMi 1 .1 ln Savannah Geo. ,
/ i slid I oIJ.: \r..I\1I "iibpc
., ,, munsiusti cooos 4c; Will attendtuany business lhiJ tint! with t>,ntl 1a. .\n a.. iI i For Sale: be 10.1(- in ficriirdaticc, with the assesstnen t Art\ (d'nlirry; nnd Library Toinbintd -
I I ordered[ by thrl'resi.lentand Director". I nilcrlul*'** *r >s* *r ,
neatness and diopntch. I am now prepared Tht e wo invention ol printing
''S to tix Mattresses, an cheap or cheaper NEW ORLIAN: !..\., Ocroirr.: 1sT, 1"S.: ;; I This Co'iporatiou, shall commence on the iui.icsion| saran distinct at
J r : ifU PLAC: P : on Clear AVuter. one I\'sail( o r. 1{,eeullollar/>f Auent t. A D. 1861!', and Urmiu I colors: must '
c- than it. bp done elsew'litre. 1 be found Lel
115 BrowjKion Street, ean can wet'kl} line of Sttann-IiijuLdvue l..v" e 11.1 A ,iltc Km, th ..therin the interior "of( theiiiliihl J ate jtcond day of August, .\. IX IS't'J. I pronuuiiced one of the greatest triuiupea '
all times the of A of this
Savannah at lilY sliop'un appiditeside hlli*II.J. wc "hnll di-pttin! ; ; fi Pais!i this City :!! ".1.1., ; ,\,..ipted( to tho giouth of :>ea: Th! onu'er; of ILje I Company shall l'oui.t i I j : genes lion. Tu utilize thw invention
Go0 the stro tt nJ little East of Mr.J. 1'et cis ,! 1 th of
) a j owners the
etc EVERY: : : SATURDAY Stem.w.ip! for lVta.vfL 1"l.n" t'ott."' 1 .l,' ''r Beau; Sugar Cane Polo I f n I'r;idcnt i Vice President., Secretary and ) ,duet press: and Iu: patents intro-
re *. Ar\n<'iM II ..WEKBROD
ap Jy Tampa. Ha. Oct th.i : TAMPA, KE \Vt?. sad: II.\\.iv A t&Vins!: ; frrie V--. :. J. TAYLO'R, 1 he election t t>f unite rg shall bcholjut the !
also for >"Ew YOHK ri*'t'trnu Kfc+. th Fin 1 Oel 14th :a!'v biiiuefs' loom tif t the Companyon the ercuu THE
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la Railroad: ar.d a line of :McamMnp4: c _. .by}; of f Auijiut t UI1I1I1/\II '.
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PHILLIP nnmm I i I T. K, SPENCER tiny IVrnandina Now York. '(' 't.llllee-I ea: ,/ 'rhe highest: amount of indebtedness ur WORLD. .

ken from NEW YORK! for all I'muni bility to wlii 'h the ; sail .
Notice. Company cln jest i it '
,51 for nil! landings: the Cn.\TTMIO"UILt.1| I self, h ( At any lime shall be TWO) MILLION! IIOL1 A weekly journal useful, Popular an.l P.o.
I Auction and 1'iiNT Unx'1-: 1 I LAIN[ : 1 tert inin z Literature, each' i i+sne conUininj t
I eer The lino Miil li.- ".titiiitil tlitt>uthout; tlio N ANDArinit: THISDATUt-alt:; : : wil /t.e :i. C. IJAUKKU two or sours illustrations\ iu colors. the .
WHOLESALE CROCER year and the lowest! mien of fnicht will 1 I..- O sold nl IllY Salt: Winks at Kotky: P/int, I design i to send this elegant periodical into all

.. maintained c tiring \rry poic.iLle fncilttx to'' lla utOiie I >nlar! per biitthtl. iMcptinj) that 1'resiiloiit.. I..circles nnd'sect..ions. Tho
.. ANDCOMMISSION T.UIP.FLOHI B.A. l'Anlcn] and Merchant, in IloriJi tu uv.iil'li.'tiiHrKc ; 1 8.1,1! ) tu :.1..1.Juuta inrrrtuiling [I'"rl'| .+/;., who ._ )
of roll th< t.ciidHi of tr.tiont] an d l w ill 1 bo i' ,1, 1.1 !uhlj Cuts' ''JI.i'y'lItlc ill MVRTIV J Hooian: CiiBi-twiriitr. 1.. 1'ntiat J' !t I ILLUMINATED WESTERN WORLD

? ATTEND: PROMITLY TO AI.LBU- regular coiiimnnicatioii with; X'w (),d l rut I'c vnni'l/ cin iim>taiH'e,.. JAMW D. li.ii.x:.: l'LAtlnn1.31uutEr: I '
MERCHANT \\rn.l. iu this line. New York in shipping: their rrop t.. mark eta 111N1a'.t1.BL'L'Y. : W will be devoted to General Literature, Science, I

Tamla. Aug. lit 198. and in obtaining! MipplitH.' 'I 11 LP, attention ,.f !!> )'1 c'p! icll.r. ILIUM 1.1ti'une. Airiiculture, ic. Full i>f rerial Romances. Stork _

BAY' STREET, .IY hose who aro orJiritig: CooJ from XtwYOKE R:..ikv f''u" stay 20.' .I cN; Tn'"I"\ August lythls 4vv1'eions :is bkttches. Travel, Essays on Practical
a :, in called t to the fact t that they canlup -- ---.-- th I uudhtlrutiticl'vpicsllriculturuland: llurjit&
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weekly front New York by tlii route AT iifcitms: l,l' VOIITII.: eel will do will I't'fi.'ie( adrrrliinG! to any e.:\> i ,cultural Hum*, Fathiun Gossip and CLit-Chat, ;JIJ"-
rJ ftmm fs e ALL KINDS : MUCH milking: ; cuitiicts: to I thu Children .....
> : OF LOWER RATF.S nod J IN apply to. Hopper, Humor, Pixtry' fret ..
TIME lhol. by any other row to. I'A gcntleiiihn who riifT<-retl l for years from !'I I 15.:: ,!.ll.J all n !ws dealer.: ;; Subaciiptioa":2 I'<'cIUIiUlli. :
-- Cotton taken: to New Yotk and through :NrrvotH Iti-bility I'rrin.ittirc Ili-ciy' and nil i : A.lJieits
--. Branch Offices at QoUmsn Geo. and :Madison I
Fla' Bills Lading signed i at Lowr. KATES. LHiC-i; effect ynutLtuliudiArreli.u., \,'iil. for the I, GEO.p RQYfLL !I THI I.: WKSTEIIN; WOKLU co.,

Liberal advances on all conwpnments.p \ PI I ain and EAL AT VANCR r > ina,l* on Cotton consigned ""ktof iiflcrmi,i humiinity, .-iiil free lo nil { & C ur. Park 1 lees aud! College Pl<*c e,
iy .. Fancy to us in Nw! York and! New ro Under the contract with the miking the jiiiipii- reiinnly l (by which hcwjis, : AUV,RTl3Jf:C ACEKT3.

1'oHtoflicc Department' the FluiiJa Rttilroa l ,' !Sulfeieri v j I.Ain! to r't by the 11,1-! t for,
\ !:: pn an <.u1,' T\! l Law. unetjiial', 1 Grit '
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Company will I .: a steamer to sail fromXew trrtivr's ixpfiionvo 0.111 il lo i PU bv aiMrtniiii; ,, ..Ihl\ \ 0""lit : in\ t1aI11\
1 every j tin fcj' 1 srnl "IB'''h. 'nw'Iri' : ufall. rlhUnrll t
C f S SLOAN, CROOVER\ & C JOB WORK every; Orlean Tu,/\duy, andKev atur.ln'from Wet e'enW..lncl Hara'.u! ill pcifict ioniMonc..k No 42 l'.tar."trett."HN "it. 'N.)(Cl'F: Y.' 5 j in, alllleWStapersu-perrodicnlantluwrac! | : :

day. l'otniastersat, I Iey\\e and New Orleans '' : .\Jlr.l '.** them -t D E:>lIaC1:"'.MONTHLY' MAOA/.INB.UH4.:

have born instructed to "eudinuil&to Havana ---1' t.a -hlU:" ekiiovvlvtlg!,; d tinMo,i is1 Parlor
/ Troff : by hid tint and the American voto ul ut.; T0 (:O I ) ; \l r.'t: ITILAiuenci: b-voteil to original

,I NEATLY EXECUTED, AT THEPENIN8UL.Jt Ua\ana.a TuatuiFice agcut will dirpatih! return Till': ,.\.ht'lti.'r. Ii.ivinif !i..iii r>'-t t.1 t 1 I.> 40 PARK 011, asorir.. Poems":! Sk-t.:'!Lrs, lion-.rhold :M.-vttel,
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mails to ouch forwarding all fiuh .. :''ttg1ti, !Persona! and l.itertrv (>os-
port in .,
health! few
a AD I a Wi r'L! *, i.t\ a 'r.\' ;mple l M-i l .
0- matter nscan! expeditid: [ in its triiitmi: inriby .1)! ', nft, r! !('\ 1'.1 yoarwuli: .i 1 nclo>ii:!jj ttiii.p for ((1".1" > 11'1: ,, .!..' flu''g! lit.Cruui:< >p,<.-i-ial l tl..(p.ulnifnt* on Fa h-
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thi>routc. Fev''"iii' lung! 'li-na-. (C >IMIUIIi'! : i- nn\.j.I. i I t I.> t the: n.uueof n >r than: ;-.. Amuse I
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: COMMISSION MERCHANTS : OFFICE.UN'KX 1 I [L eare'Campagoin{ ; Soulb, eytry FriJ u y make known t"i Illc i i..llow-oInT'I'I.: tli- .n.. # 1 1J papers and cosrET i i iln:" n'etc.-'t ralt',} ,wIL by; thcl't-st.... tI\' uatln r\ auJ profusely
_ i .' : eiigiavin; useful ant ,
L>Rf't! Tampa going North every Fridajer ot J cu r.. To all w i i i.u M, t.: .<.1.! P.ttarta! Kmbiohlerie
);\' .lation and will Le'3fT..lp -rv "' the' I r'' "' r. : .' end a cou- .
\ aocomnio facility: .
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Clfgbora Cunningham' ** .Range?Bay :Sit.:: to Shipper; mid Consignees: I.)' I the with the tliic'llo'i-i. ]I' :;,i'vvlskh EVERYBODY : '. i I': .' '. IIOVeltie.-i. )Iteiutur, with Otll : f

? I / : AND) COTI'ON Agents of the line at all points. tlK-V will iirui .1 -ule..t: ',... i ... amt! ,- t t.T'.S''Y. : .!n\ECi.M-f: .,nCeri| .nig. :\ol''r. ,
Your obo .. ; *\:- t;-n\.' ]citriu > ,f. j. ft' 'ii" 'iCil! |hu-s\\,! : ifc, fA,..
_: ... Cicorgla.T 'fl'IMiH.Mi iool.orc, } without
' ; Savannah ;. I F, W. PEUKINS.: :: : CO. tlieldverts er in seiiilirs the I'rcvriptiini;! i- ...., > \ .' !S...>.J. k"': ., Sc : ; \'. S::;,.e-mien the 1
to tn-nef.t the! l . .copie-i I 15: cents
"i Agents, r an FI'r'nJ[ ilvllI.atwnwhich 1 M.: .el \ >!h1 -- '
Rags Wanted '' :' . ll (' ;I..r.! r>r "'1.11'I: II .. .
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21i; CsrondcUt Street New Orleans.I. l lie cor.C'--ivi to be invaliiuble : an.ll..t l < .' 1 i I < |11IJ. :mi 1 c pro. I
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iberal adrances on Cotton consigned to our K. ROBERTS) hope tvery fiiturer will try hi-trem, <"'U. H* it II)(011 tt.r laC" t. .' .'.. ". :.: '_..l. "t.. .,I"lrltr "t- Uta' '. 14.} j j ; three rupirs: 7-50; :
JJ in New York acd LI'ercorruIoODddnta will I cost (them iiotlniiL', .. inn "1'1"n.h.1 l premiumj for ,,
i A tut, 1\11l1'1I11) )prove n bl>- ri.: t. 'r .1.' .e ; :tf!:u :. .CrB. S '.1.., tt :. ewi'h! ..
pooL J { _\-u.\; PAIH nilCi: 1'AIP.) 174 Cl.awLers! Streil'New lu 1;;. sinE. Parties wishing the !'recu 'tint., \\.11 forrt +I.'. ...1. :tburi t the fist pirtuiums to '
ta i W. G. FERR1 Ideas l\tJr.. PACKARD&CO. .. -r. 135": A new Rairunl't: : Faii 1
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