The Florida peninsular
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Title: The Florida peninsular
Alternate Title: Peninsular
Physical Description: v. : ; 70 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Thad. C. Andrews
Place of Publication: Tampa Fla
Creation Date: September 14, 1870
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tampa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hillsborough -- Tampa
Coordinates: 27.970898 x -82.46464 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1855.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1874.
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended in 1861?; resumed in 1866.
Numbering Peculiarities: Resumed vol. 1 in 1866.
General Note: "Democratic" <1856>; "Republican" <1873>.
General Note: Editor: Simon Turman, <1859-1861>; Sam C. Craft, <1866>.
General Note: Publishers: Simon Turman, <1856>; Wm. J. Spencer & Co., <1859-1860>; Wm. J. Spencer, <1861>; J.E & T.K. Spencer, <1866>; T.K. Spencer, <1869>.
General Note: "Here shall the press the people's rights maintain unawed by fear, unbribed by gain."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur" -1866-.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 3 (Mar. 3, 1855).
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: 'Mtn.5. NO._ TAMPA FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER ..14 1870. 82.00 A YEAE. _i t: I .

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Earlis( SYNOPSIS I \\holeaddresswasreceived, with the Mr. }'Iift.ankrho stated that it had} the vote under the call resulted &n follow k: ...

:tt e Idriba eninsular, SdDannab greatest enthusiasm.Mr. : not yet been decided who of C the< delegates I 's : .. f ;
.. ... -' :::;:- -:' -- --=---=--- '- r. V'l'steutt'from: the Committee on from Duval) should! cast the \'oto.of the FOR NiTiLACK-Baker 2, Bradford, ," ,

"J.arcelt Circulation In City and Country. J. ''V rr A 1 DEllSOX.8 80 t 8 & uo. PROCEEDINGSOF Credentials, reported' the following) dele i county, moved that the Convention take a Clay 2, Columbia '1, Hernatdo 2, Hills-Leon L : I .

t-------- -= gate" as entitled to seats in the Convention recess 1! of,15 eunntcSVhich; was agreedto. borough 2, Jefferson 2, Lafayette 2, f f -- :
s. 4'r: ";=:::" meConservative .s Levy 2 Madison 4 Orange 1 Putnam :
( ..offxY1Jl1ctOX\ Convention st Joints: 2, Sumter 2, Suwannee 2, I.I I. "

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'THE; :FLOI&IDA l'ENI\SUL.\U.! : llrld ut Tallahas-re, Flu Aug. J 3b4.1.o.! GPOV) (Icl vcnstnn, J. K.: Dodd, C. P. Craw- YtoY-Calhoun( 2, Franklin t .
The ion reassembled Gov Walker
AND Covent :
Alternates-'r. A. McDonald. .
k ,. TAMPA FLORIDA. :Fruit the Floridi&u.TALLAHASSEE ford. 2, Gadsdcn 1, Hamilton 2, Jackson G, .
Bucklin. Garth W. James. in the chair. Wakulla 1 Washington .,
George Jefferson, Orange 1,
,il St oare, (occupying the ghee of 12 liro- 'GENERAL COMMISSION) Baker W. W. TutnUin. lt\ J. Pons.: Mr. Siinkins of Jefferson moved' a reconsideration 2.: Total- 24 votes.FOR t '' .

vier linen, or lens, one iiu c tiuu..........l.M August 31st, 1S70.Tlie .. Bradford F.: N. B. Oliver. II. F. of the vote on the motion JallEs-Alacjtua( 4, Duval 4, 7 ..

For sulwrqnent insTlion, .. ., ..75Oo that the Convention to tho nom a 1-
: every ,
York. ,Woknlla 1. To
Const-natives of the Stuto of Nassau! 2 Putnam 1
: qiureC muutha..... ..........10.HO) M arc h an' ,s Smith ination of a candidate for Lieut. Governor ") '
Convention Hrl"t"ml.-n.: tal
Florida met in in the Repre f. -12. votes. f
.' ne eohunn.; one 'year, $15(1Airatucmenta A. Atkins.ClayJ. : BUXLEY-EScamMa Monroo !
Calhoun ,
sentative's Hall in this city on to-day inpurximuco -Joseph FOR 4, t
'"' not markul with ,the I>rtllIII, Street,near .Otc ]!':!), Which was not agreed to.
uuinIMT W DcWKt: Kills Hull, Dr.
of a call issued: by the State 2. Total-C votes. j t
of In erUonj dNiftod.in be publi Lcd an(11 SAVANNAH, CEO.. Ontrul Executive Committeo, the 2d I A. Peeler.Columbia. Mr. McKinnon Putnam moved thatW. No candidates i having received a majority : ,i"-
ordered OIlL'lWd ch&r M N\( irdin:1'y.; H. Ross M. J.Coxe D. Bloxham be declared tho nominee <
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instant, for t the purpose of "nominating, if of tho votes cast, the president 't -.
Advertisements&&tnl;from flu;t InMiitiuu .aii.l In.mpt attention\ gi Yen to all, liusine** *uJL' defined advisable a cundiduto for Congress I I H.)1. Brown "". I\es, J. J. ,Fin- of the Conservative, Party for Lieut. Governor clar 1 there wad, no nomination. J.

t iaofecl bte KM ordinal f. trwteJ'toourcare, and liberal advance Mickler. S. L. Niblack.Dade by acclamation ; then I
and for Lieut. Govenor, or either! l ley. 1'. X. 'i ;he name of Capt. James was, ,.
OFFICIAL,,' A: LEGAL ADVEKTISEJIENT8.Tt made U|>ua Proluce In hand. Oc20-ly' and to consider and take action on such -No Rqv Which was unanimously: agreed to and withdrawn by Judge King 'of Alachua : i t
L Mr Bloxhaui recciml" the nomination amid I
.. o L. J. tFlt; USilJot" /'LA:IAYRYI matters as the welfare'our State'! re juir- Ulvlll-.T.M..WhitaKl'r, f;. W. Denny : ,who expressed himself as then, in favor .!; t
tho enthusiasm.CONOHE t
Florida Miles PriceA.l Hog-bctt.11> Granger, It. greatest:; of NIMack. '
Ps uu>uLir luiviuR 1.11.t1 "sgtutled I 1 Judge ;
U taM of the official jnoru Li of tho Sixth L, J..... COIUURTM i & W, cd"The hotly was callotl to order at 11.o) 1'. Master( 1 U. C. })a"kin!: Fairbanks SIOXAL( NOMINATION. Mr )):\\' insisted upon tho ''with ,f.. vT

Judicialcircnittherotasfur legal VtrUt- .. ,A. M.I hy V.tll. (I.: W Scull, Chairman Col I. Bava1'hnc..Ulen' John Westcott, The Convention then, on motion decided drawal of his: name, which was done by I idle

,merits; will bo u follow : Cotton. Factors, State Central} Ctumnittov, and the call under M. W. Dauiels, Wilk Call l, H. C.1'uller. to proceed to thu Damnation of a candidate hU: nominator. '/ I'' _

Notice of Application for Letters-'f\f which the Convention had assembled for Congress, and nominations: were Judge Niblack now being the only f. : t

'Aaminwtwtioa.5 :weck, ........ .... f,') 00 .. ,AXD read h'fro A. J. 1'u-ler, Secretary: of theConiunltee. Et''ambia-U. W. Jones, W. II Bry- announced,by the chair as Iu order. nominee before the Coveution, he was :./ t I ((0

Notice to DWtoru.nd Crcditorx 8 w 8 OIl ant: J. B. Vaughn, Randolph ,Hernandez )'Ir. Crawford Alachua> nominated on motion unnanimously declared the candidate / \ o

Notice for DisniTiMitl G nuuitlm, . 121: ) GENERALCommission On motion uf Mr. Fairtianks of Duval, \He"natt'-I-C.: E. Dyke, A. J. Pee-lur/; I Capt. G. ''W. James of the same 'count < of the Conservative [party for < ". ". I

'1P otJce or iMolrency, .. ....... ..... WOO Geiu. J. J. Finley of Columbia was selected D. S. Walker, Geoge W. Scott. I' Cot R. JI 31 Davidson of Gadselcu was Congress, amidst the wildest enthusjam. >t-

"' All other Legal Notice* and AdiertiMumnitaJwffl Merchants. as temporary Chairman, and Mr.\ A. -'r.lnkliu-A. Brady, W.'T. Orman. nominated but; begged to decline.Mr. ) Tho candidate for Lieut. Governorwas .. ; U

bi charged aocording to the they oc- O. Wright of 1'utnani as feet'rotary. Gal, alco-A. K. Allison, W. I). Scull, Simkins of Jefferson nominated then ]loudly called for and camopromptly ,r

''cBpyaadtbe unrulier luncrtJous iqmcc muire.l.1. Bit Street Swinnnh Gco. Gen. Finley, upon taking the Chair, S. B.Lo\e, John Walker. Alternates Judge'S.L.:, Niblack} of Columbia county.Mr. ] forward, but said he hoped indisposition I C

a1 the ttta of one dollar "'lUAr'cucb.lDJit'r.' I !} said he hoped{ this would turn out a work J. C.Bagnal. Fairbanks of Duval spoke infavor! would IK a sufficient apologyfor .- ,. : ,
per ing active Convention, all effervescent! Hamilton-J. 1\ Goclrl'v. of J He said that this his: not then making a speech lift
Capt. aml'S.
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tion. for Bra-lley' of gentleman J
IJlue.AgeoLa Super 1'Iu''I,1aal i enthusiasm: living laid a>ide and the judgeinent "'- It'l1I\1I1I'I--'l'. K. Spencer' John A. t had been living in Florida for felt truly grateful tu the convention for 0

nll jT ini; ;, liojxi ntiJ FronTion nlwavvou Iun
TERMS TO SUUSCKinERS. : Ij"uull'ndllllci rxlriiilcd to Cus- or prejudices, of tit! > |*''opl appealed to.- -John A. :McKay T. K.spencer. property!, in Alae'hua county ami(/become I though the nomination had been conferred e

Tcr Aentun, (Nl advance) : $2.00 loiiiem. Our State: governmentas now in the a buna: fide citizen of tho State; 'That ho in opposition to his wishes, ho could ;[ :. ;t.
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:. 'So. Montlw., ; : 1 Utli -- -"'-- hands of dishonest men and demagog: lies Holmes-No Rep.' had had "lity: that he accepted It. He would ... .
I ______._ _____ JOsEfi fIltAU. JAi.II.I.Aa.VolE who.. had perverted the 11104 acred functions Jacksou J -J. C. Mclean, Frank Ball- ; the carpet-baggers never) any,political'was a i>erfect: gentleman with inscribe' upon his banner> the platform of.. lo

R. U. l\fCX.: of gtl\"t'Tllwnt to the most! sordid zell. and! hu would I tho party, and! with their assistance next (
i l1nsi11t5S arn5. thought meet the t-
!, JOSEPH FINEGAN& Co. ends. Our duty' mid labor was to cleanse I .J'lrt'ron-.J. S. Russcl;! "'. 0. Bird.Ta I, wishes of, t the people The Convention{ J November!} little Florida, heretofore oppressed 4 ?

-::. the Augean tables and purge the go\cr-: .Tucker, Fitz II. Taylor, F. J.. was cramped in its Humiliation account I| beyond measure, would rise a I J4l

LEGAL.1Y.J.BA11KETT.. uncut of our corrupt rulers in order to Villepigue, W. S.; Simkins. Alternates of the iruIH'hull'nth. and he redeeme-el, regenerated and disenthralled : terState.
<1 ---= i (((D} o t'Cic >m 3F a d ('I; (@) ir s5 save otirsolu-s from bankruptcy and ruin. -E. J. Simkins: William Murphy, L'. F. James the most: eligible)j _cDlalitlate.Ir. Might God speed tho victory. I ))1<<,

I" The delegates honld go to work liko patriots Leonard, J. Baker, Ilintz ..Johnson.Lafayette1' Siinkins fau>re-d Judge Niblack. The candidate for congress was then called a or

; AND MI that victory might perch upon 11'.1 Hankins l Therevcru men in the State whoso pastpolitical I, fur. Judge Niblack thanked tbe con I [

our banner.At I Aim- iiv. 1) S. Walker, ( vo. P. demanded} I nntillJfor the honor conferred upen him; ill

1r rut atEnOOIvSVILLE ,, gal\\!, Q11ntit:;' } h1n ( 1.t1I h 1t111. the suggestion of Mr. Villepigue! of Rancx.JuuusL.' Tujlor.i A. R. Combs, at tin-hands It't.'lJnl! of the people- consideration bo had not desired the nomination-its t't i in

rte, .Jt-fTV-rsoii, the chairmen of tin- \'urion.se'itmty :; i! .1 t lt.: { 'hri"lia', ReedRoberts I John. II.Maige. (lict1..tlllsutt: of Gadsdeii thought the conference\ was: an act of the, conventionhe t _

f 'r FLA.. ti.t.tatt.s! h.mded in to t tie Seiitary :- I I.'ol..1..1.\ \\' ll 1m'l. AitrnuatCsIr.l i j Convention should} ) :select candidates who. had !said: to friends that he was in the -- \ '

*- ]>'N/ Strut, SAl ,,,,,,,,,,,, ,, (:,'(). tin, e-re-tle-ntuls of (their respectiveMilegations. : :\ash,1'! TaimiiT..I., \ : Rob-1 I were fully identified: with the people' I hands: of the convention end its decision I '

1 \TTILLniACnCE IN TIlE CTIl *( 7THII ) Iir.nilAh I VANC .:" made on (''otton.n \ eats, D. L. Swii/er, :S. .,ills;;:;, '111.\:;. F.I I Mr.: IVrbanks! spoke again in lavor ofi would, he willingly } 5eld to. After a residence p&oI

Judicial CircuiU. turd glee |.rtuni,t fttU 11tion u" .>r to our l.arreepoadcnt.| tatNew On iiiiitiiin, Atkinf tlio ,1tli district Moore, W alter T. :Mot/re. 1. A. hmith.! ; } I IJ .J It ) of forty } ears in Florida, his political pto
., Capt. :Ullt' was desirable; for
to all hu.initiw euirotcd to b 11l. lurk an l l.iteti. 'f>l. ]: !!!!, iuz, 1 "I'cau.llt..1 | I i very
\j.is uilinitlcil\ as ailelegatu from CalliounUtiimtv. J 1.l'\'y-.J.I L T Cottivll Jamt-s\ :S.; the record was known to all, and his ewaia
Dec. %>th. 1BC9. lY l Tie garnished luucst r.ilcj. C'lflRB'P : ; Conservatives: to be successful in the |
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I i Tun-el -
i nomination was an c-ndorunent of him, 1
routing: canvass, and those: men\ should '
: : ST. A.M. HOBBBY. I ( >In motion of Mr Me-Le'an: of Jackson, I LiLl'rty-\\. U. Bradwcil, ..11'. llos-= 'I be ( swell as candidates who w..e.ht'st. fur which he felt truly grateful. Tho' ',. .
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Joseph B. Wall n-prcsrntiu-s] anal members of the press I ford. calculated; to withdraw strength from platform mot his: entiro approval, hM '
in\iti-d to Matsilliin the Lar. \ra.1i""n-lIr..J.: F, \ A C.VlaiIur. had
\\i-rt I Bythe\\-od the oppose\ party.. always been in t the shout of conservatism r
HOBHY, Tin- Chairman; ainioiuie-e-il that motions \ Dr.) W. .1. lli ..tI. William 1'. .Judge Kingot Alachua stated that and felt that the time had! como 4 c

itt.orntJ: ] atBROOKSVILLE. 1 nnt 1, liM-tfe-e-t t a I pt-rmaiiciitorgani/ation of the. ;I 1'ilium, It- F. Wardlaw, C. (.'. Otrllt':) the delegation f?r his county heart ily&nppmlel when all the {people should unite upon{' a .;

T: ( 'indentionvere- in order ; thereuponMr I ll.Whituer.Manatei, + ; C.iit.: [ .r allies. He was a g'e-nlie- conservative platform ; he had no doubt ers
Commilssioii! Merchants I 1-airbanks of Du\al nioud that : *-Xo Rep man and -nestmanhad!: drivenduv.nhi.s of our Mice-ess and assured.' the convention
FLA.UTIDL (Committee's of 12! each I Itl api{' iinti-d" I h,}' I Maiii'ii-:No Rep.Monroe : stakes in Florida and; !become though- hu would nuko every effort in his power )at-

JVtv thdcul', I.a. t the Chair on Crede-htials! and IVrinane -J. 1 B.: Brown, W. l 11>; ( ,-la-! l ide-ntilTed with to secure it, canvassing' State as far the(
PRACTICE in tLo "111 wi.l Oth Jn.li- ly the interests uf thuipeo- '
Organization: Alternatesl( 1 E: D'hl'\) Pee-K-r. as his limited would He( ..theI
If cial Clrcnita, and give J'J'I.ntpt nttriiti<>n -ul'EIkI 1 -- ; ple. He,had acted prominent part in : : means {permit.
1 .u btu ll<<'flll t'1\troMtA..llo IIIH nuc.H.L.MITCHKLL. Whiehvis: agreed! to and the Chair Nassau! W M Maxwell, George Dowson. I tho Conservative\ Com cUlill1l in Alachua would lie more fully\ heard fnull'lll'u tho 't 011

made: the following announcements : and campaign opened.The .
: TOK was now a delegate fiom that county
KDKK-'OS' t llkMiKUxiN: JoI,9.lMAN.Y e lull tt\1rr'tE: : OX CHEUEXTI: t;MerH.: Orange=Tl'l1masY Shine, W Ran to thu Stale Convention. True he t'lIlI\"l'llliUll. desired to hear from Col. rvn.

} tv. (!t KtUI-l-s llkSUt! 1'lUii-HH. \\Vse-Ktt:; \ nf I Dux) ail, Villepigue of Jctl'e-r- dolph. was an avowed Republican but thoroughly Davidson of Gadsden. He was pleased' t \\er.
k Ck June loll ISf.'J. )It son, Climb!. of i/'on, l Hawkins of Lafayette11'ardhrw J Putnam; ]) L McKinnem, A Wright.. Conservative.Mr. rejoice: with t them at t the entire I harmony -

IIf 11a.1lsan I of He-rnan-: Polk-No Rep.: which had prevaile-d and their sum-ss
Call of ])u"lll said! he
t 1 r n t !! at t 411Y 1 1j 'II SON & ( OJUJO.N, dn.! ) :St.::: "ll\1s-\ M Paccely] 1'attl.Arnall. Mr, King Alaehua hail appreciatedwhat said of in !securing nomination of two such ,- de.s

.1.lackhon.OX :11l1llt-r-\ C 'lark, B O Civnad. Capt James, and did not doubt the .I noble shtnianl-bearers as Bloxham and
( I'KKMVXKXT: : (OlMJAXIZATlOX: fnwlullt'l'-WilHallJ l 15 'I'aylor.1.1'T:1, : gen Xihl.k11: the that (;Joel( hadgiven t;
(r j t tleman's fit powers
ttin 4 for the
nest I ho
: mff) a position, I
j TAMPA. FLORIDA. I Mers. rank.s of Duval) ,.Melx-an of 1K Alternatesltrirsou.(} \ : Thy. L"rjuhart A-lt it his him woull vigorously' cnipk'jedto 'le
duty 10 vote for Judge Niblack :
t .1 ad !lt.I1I, I LO\'e of (;Judiden, 1'ofr' e-t of ( W W he.-p. fur< lie had! }been long. i.II'ntifictlil h, the, I .secure their election. Er31r.

)&rnt4MMERCHANTS\\ xiva .(LTc ul1pl -mi-N I Du\al>)> Shine tlf Orange, King of Alae-hua, I' 'fuvlurC C Oi real.11'akulla1'illLuit people of,,the State and he would prefer,I j Raney: e.f Ix-on was next called for : .
ITflLL GIVE PROMPT ATTENTION TO C Williams: e If I A-on, IVcle-r of Clay, McKiuiioii ; )lera.; ', -T L Crawford him tu any other man. i and made, a very fluttering addrv", HeI -
-Jl-,all bu neM t'Utru W to hu cart-' of Putnam, (Orman of Franklin, Mf-I 1. (I .
Mr. Tajlor uf ;ftuwamu-c-e spoke' in,, favor appealed in .I"'l""lIt terms to tlll"l't't.'l'le| I t to .
Kay, llill.sl>oretiij.'li, and Nilark! of d 01.> Wn1tf\II-XtJ lids.1'aslaingtonA the t ItI
of register at characterizing
once, mau
I' Capt..Jaunes.' He was Northern' i

I....A..1... ....(.DDIIOK........ J....F.....Ib.r.1a1.. .- .(.>x.HENDERSON ". lirEttill 3dl p<>ntiiu'y ii:14Li'y<< Iou.ill..., i I \IV tits/ ll.I1'10.0.1: aul..tT"ruur. *..ni i, I ; support from source that could not be !i darkest huureif t trial as her very worst
/ Coii\i'iitiem with of
orate<< tlt 9 Mercli.iiU and I'Jlllllclvf Hill..!...,.. use The rt-pi{ 'rt was: received and adopt. gained by a Southern man. The speak-i' .foe. Tho spe-ake-r retired amidst the 1 s.
& HENDERSON 1 Ii '>t pp"(irlie'S. II" reviewed at length ..,,1. i I',
and the a-ljacviitcounlio fur the nale uf eutUMI er knew that! Judge Niblaek was ot I hui heartiest: applaiw.! '
9 .M aiul ollit-r )rn>,luc-, also for reaching uuJforwarding the pre-se-nt e-ondition of tin country ; the )1 r. Peeler of Leon moved that a committee people' Hint fully identified with them, hitcutridcred i I Mr. Russell e>f /e-iTerson then offered ) 1.
O ltmi and :Mfr -lian li-M.. of Stalerulers
< < curriiption our oxpovingtin' of ten with} General; of
Fink-y it }, t the following l resolutionsiVWutJ :
a.ll'oIiI'Y to Humiliate{ him
I tfJrut !J atO t V r > n1tr t tI Oil tt'oarepreparedtomate v
or wlicl e it is i-relV.rrol) let tic lurw IIr.l..1 t<. our showing that: they had forfeited then Platform and l Resolutions ; to the manor born had ne\'e-r lTl'ath-1 Cemvcntionhu f and he is: hereby authorized a

: TAMPA, FLORIDA frinj. iu l.iv..II.t>.... New Voik, I'liil..l..ll'hill, :s act of e'e-u their own party, and were Whieh was agreed to, and thc chair ed any air but that of the 1'l'utiful1l1ll1 of and empowered to appoint a Statu .

: J.-. IG.l.ouor lIalli Inute., r"J.IlTlIotl{ \I.y the decent. 'puiHcans! of announced\ as! said committee, Messrs[ Fin-! (lowers; but w bet Ilt'r., man came from I.t l: .'l'uth'llnl1lnlttl'u of ten persons to 1

llaringhal l tifu-en j-rnrn 11'ric'n. in the the North an a great incubus: which they ley, Crawford of Alaclnm\ Jove) Peeler'', tlw (.,.ltl1Iilli: of Maine or the lakes of continue in office until the assembling ofa
Potion I'oinmixiUn i [ lin\inrxx i omld n.> lonp-r carry. He expressed in of Leon, )Maxwell Clark Uird :McKinnon : State convention in .
Michigan: if he made; this( his!: home and Nominating Ib72.:: ,
TITILL IT Eastern PRACTICE in the fV1uU..nt and n Savannnli, w*.have an oxttin.li-1 Mini ontrI d'HIUt'lI| ( luaus the duties of the hour, and of Washington, Fairbanks: and York. identified] himself. with I the interests of tho Jhsvlttil/tiitlttr, that said commit
CircniU of the Stns.<
I 'iitaiulaiic. to whom vro r"Ct'r.with cirri |Niint'dotit the e-hanccs of su J .It-IIC't!. Villepiguo' < >n beingloudly people' he considered him as IIl11( It ofL ,, shall havo full [power to fill any vacancies: ,
:" II W M. TI-OS-: \. w 'n' nlie.'lt to t h.1 {jM-ople. caliid. for by the Conuntion iMendtdthe Floridian, himself, and would. give bite, :1: which may occur I th .rein, and to appoint :

_MEDICAL. WM. W. UOUlKKV. The gi'iitle-me'ti'srefnarks: were received stand and made mn- of his: cluraeteristically .' his cordial support.) Ho( hoped the delegates ,, de-legates to the next national conventioui t
with the gn-att applause and entlluli i- elo.juent :speeches.At : i for tbe .
j would\ Jay u.-id" all predjudice-s 11 :J i I I purpo-e electing dek'gatmii :
"tr. .l Oscar Cheesman a"III. the conclusion. uf 31 Ir. Villepigue's i i liiSiJctdftiiUn-t That thu chairman of .
C. : MITCHELL \lli-lIllllf .. nominate (llu very best candidate-: I II t) ,
( icn. Rul:: .l.'it moved that address! ( mi .\IiSt'"lIiuH..1!
tlr.t 1
I : llie Coui I Mr. Villepiguvruse ill uf CM. this toim-iitiou 1 be added to said commit--
the uirinU'rsof tlu- : support i iI \I
:Mate\ (Central' Kxecn-: | M-ntion I
now printed' to I the nomination of
I IIn>; i hun who he re-nominated i tee as a I member thereof '
V\FFEES ins PROFESSIONAL SEU"ICr.St.b WIIOLKALE:.\ !.1 IL: I IN liar Coiniiiitt he ill\ ":Ted In ji.irtie'ipatr: : ( I tyiuchj iVlilch I -
k ,' 12'.111-I j t! against th" wish'of. that gentle-man; but !j after be-ingamended; sri as jojoon- 1< {1
the ;
in ih \'i
priHtM-dlnijx! tit 1 'nti'
) i\ n.
i > a&zxs -Tanipa and snrronnding j the l ftitutu the chairman ofeaehcunniybNiit .
2 :speaker( said' thy people wanted a live -
all 1 the
aitd .riviles i-f cklt.!
rights :
f : ( : I :Se\eral delegates thought;,: it tllhi'lhlII. I' and 'active \teec.t.j/ituauletuheruftheStake : ntralCommittee .
man: who could elu
man l ,
..country. Calls from the country promptly at- CROCKERY & GLASSWARE gate'N xerpt that of \(Mir I ; j to adopt a platform) ( before, nominating' his ovrn thinking! :; as'l.a; one n..l1ii own talk- I ., when in .attendanctf'on thetu1'etiny ., fI
Whu-h uiianiino' : ] I
was : ly adroit; to. uidate.s. but this
: President
.fended to Mr.I irlr.uiks Irom tinCommittee: t announevdjth.it ,ii'igj I : one fully acijiiainted' whit the Slate of said committee, were adoptc .
OFFICE : At Mr. Samuel MitcLulVg rtoMi- 71 WarrrnSt AVivYo. rk. N'l't'rlllal..it I cver\ln} knew what the pl form. i|and her needCol.. Davidson was that I ,t.I t. '
1VU 2.L ; ( >rgani7sitii, re-j dent.Tamp. : to'! v man. I Rr.Wiyy?, That! the thanks of this convention .
.; Fla-, May 4th, 1870. ly. following} genlleiiu-u for flie-ers! of the know that the cry '
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lS'SUlt.\XTI': Conve-iitioi ConservativePary We4rel I Col. Scott of Loon put in nomination I are 'given to I the citizens: of .

-- --:: FOU }'ltSWl\T-llvX';: I'. S. AVAUKKR. opp.Ist- tu */c't /in1 'o command endorsement ', Judge; (r.A.. Stanley of Pensacola andi Tallahastca for their tender of the ho piteUtie.s -': "

Ts. R.' WILLIAMS LOISLXAEOUITABLE and I :support|' of all lione.st {ph l'le.' Spokin! jpH| : of his claims. IIc was: i !of the city to the delegates to thoconvention. '
; The
iiiuiion uf ( '
a Northern nan: but! most
a thorough!
\ VirB-l'r.K: ::: MV--T. }F. King i.f mid I '
.i lachtia.1..1. McKay I of UHls| ') : l upon the alltOItUCl'1l1t'lIl that Ihlln- j! ('lIn' :tthc! ant,! had :shown his faith by 2d. That the thanks of t the convention a t I II
,Physician :and Surgeon, and .1. O. Mclan of.laekMin.SfCKtrrUY : illations fur Jjeut ( ;n't'TlIur"t'ro !in onli-r, his work in ttmupn! \ tho whole State= ( I nrc also tendered to the otlu-ers of thA J '. i .
Mr. "S hill" nf
i s.uclioatei11'1 I IJI ).
Ur.tngc I Ij I '
: [ in the interest i-f < !e'n. Barney the ('un-1\, I' \ M R R: for free
.'v : -T.JL: \'illcl! 'igur r-f ,Ieffvr.n. I j 1 Pt'ovham: : : t.f t I 1.c'IIII. traniortation| { to the t
.A'MSTAXTS. 1 of I 1111-> s(-rvaiive I landidade: : for Congri-ss; in 1SG. delegate's' t>>> arid from the
; 'R.t 9 LOCATED IN TAMPA offers : : )njjgett I 'Jin: Alli.sonnominated! 1 Cols :-'. R. Ixivti., The convention and} t' __
val, l'.1'Dke: jr., of U-on, a"id! A. I 11.I of (ts Kleii but mllIlC.th"Iwllhdrt'w, i Contest! took a n-e-esfor Tvin1.PAST |! fur chart tng only one fare to visitors to ,
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bis. Proffeodoml. _Sctvioefi, 1A the Citizen of I LIFE j 1MIUXCE\ ( f01IP.L\f] \ Wrisrht IIf i'ntnam., I tin- name: bj. nsjuest 1 ufthe t gentlt-man. j! Iy Ullllut_ I I the. e'onventicu ;;

rstr ena'vleinity: Which.th n-n-iveil) and adopted.( << !I '!Ir. Villepi-tio noiainated J. .\. Hen j, I \ftf'r whir? the convention of the conservative : ;

1 Office-In Vincent.Lofnardy'a residence. 42 C VNAL.,5t. NKW ORI.r.AVS. LISSUES .\. < ):r iiioti'iii(! of 31 Wright, a con.nn'ttoe 'di-rnn of HilLsl-oruugb, but. withela-w! it t tt I! H.1L. TDREH: C'(,,LO'E,1.1I.[ l Party of Florida, which had: r

1A.rD1-. May.11 Lh. 1870.v ; LiriiPOLlCII-S.: i 1'1\ :.Lit- Qu.ul4'rIy. )fthn'ecuuSI'IUtg" ([ of rtr8.:; Cottn.lle 1J:t Ul"lfftht'! statement of Raney that the ,I Tl.e i been the most l hariuoafons! ever held anal- .I -!
L | SfijiHiiinu.Uly i Piflivn 'Ti-ti .tilt five E .f I b'\y, t*. I*. dark t>f Columbia.! and I t getilli-man had slgiafied i his I \'oii\eiition; \ rc.l\s-<,cllllt..l-} (Govj ; I I! put forth with singular unanimity Mtan.ll.dI'f'Jrf'rs r ""'
uialiliiy: : to j Walker in the hair. .
Yearn willful j '
i viiUi or <'1mnw..t.: 1C.J Mlow \* 1 I i iI f
S.Fairbanks of ] Mivalya.s, : jijipointe' l to :wc<' th- nomination: if ewufeiredj |: : who will the I' --
'tR mfr G'Q anal tcriiid fi\omLk- HI {pt On Diotimt( carry conserva-
> fJ' CJ9 CJ a<> iui: juij cc'i"i4ii I tht I Oimvntion I proccoilei] !
._, ; 0 _t) the Uuiud St I tattu.P v escort, the President to t tho Chair.' !j Mr. Bloxham I of Leon. also legged; Jode1 .to tilt .u...U1illation of u candidate for Oongre 'I the 'L.los!, gallantly through' the cam t j."
c- JOSEPH Cr.LT3nS,1'rtch.1f'tJI, Cov.Valker; on taking the Chair, avow;1 oline and,I I -
I -- said} he Would hoartily: + '.* lli t..iltakl'lI pnign'to; a glorionn tri \m]>li in -T' tndjnnrnel
c-np- voti- ,
J. \V. K10XE. Viw \ by counties.t
MEsaarining8ltromforthePension OCce Pr.-M.Kut metwillihoInulll'stapplsttscanIl J : : :: .Lthuhs- uliocu-r the ( ': l sine lie with 't .
) port .ution < enthuslasticcheer
'. : t'I : might rci-ii-! \ : \ :
NV. lLU Jude's'LNihlackof''ulunibiaColIt
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Nat.io- '
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: scd t
the Convention
1 $ ""u" f. at !some length. : ,
j i Jl:1. c and! give all tlie aid: } in hL power for 11 1I 1 } ).l\Iht1n+ ofGruKw: Capt. 0 Wnnes ink; and\ .prolonged shouts of gladness. e
w; JCL'1 .lliLLr.II Tho President fiH-tpiently! apjilaudcd ( i II tbes'Ke.ss}, : of {flit tiiht. Mr. t .
: : ltinl' (b' ,/ of .
TAMPA YLA. ... the hu i ... : +Alachua and Judges, ; G .\ Stank D S nI.csilt7lt. 1
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1' .; i ,. I (' u'4f'rulth t" 'liltr"1l1. TA.1PtAcfliIN1Ty.( I I intact ard i ts falling back in good l onl r. !. commenting on tho prostration cf business ., ';

: bc loribs( : geninsuhtr. IIIPORTJSTJKOM\ 1 EOROPB The 1 Police haxe: been incorporated with and.lie! unsteadiness in !the marketfor :'
i' : of tl > tit I..f. ., the of Federal
-11" \.hU'CtlItlp.It.: >< fl1"I.i. t National I (Guard. 'eunht's"s that price ; "
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Z ___ _u : ; di in Contention iuenil>l-il. Iw iny fe-r it' ol.oi The guava cmp is Fi'>d. I this ) ear. I II bonds 1 tIm success of the '
I V 'TUlp a7wVdui' 'ftewiVrl4Ui IsTO. jl" t .1 reCI.nu '.. ,.. _,-, ,. 1 W."rlulwlIl. ] Rome., S Prus.sian.TLe S 1
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COlSr.I'rn'C'TICU-- 1-3 :l'l j l:u-ini? i ip i" ''u<>.t inn, The, f.rsLswevt. oranges of the seaimn, ( NCl A.It : U n LIe I' Jules Fa Ue [is said to !have gone to Herald's special of last night says S -. :
I .. : at tii nj'ii ILK'Iiin-4 Fidl I'.!.'I iou uud eoiili
,/ -, )ili4ol'Mirr_ lI1'lIlI| tJit'lii'Uehty. jtIt&Ij.Tj" I sullenness and dejection. No one knows
Marshal death i is contra
f Hi- I without upinllr PRKSIDKNT.Nnv : I JJlalull' I
-.,'- Ul.ll.'tri.li..n tti, loul UMH-H.< anl: i jxJitiail tijile lidirfinof ) .- \t !iis residence, war thi" dicted.K'oiihcr. what will be done. Them 1 Is no fire, no q.i S

": tlirt j.ii>,t uIc4Ig.l itrtdf :' place, on t the Mh inst., Mr. I Hiram I : You, Septeml' .-From con- i i late Minisler, quitted France spirit in the jH-ople. 'Th cry i is 'Tho .. : '.-
'. :: f'm } .unn8 : To honest niiil economical( tvlinintnitiiii the following !" and tho "
: x f r" un Smith. dieting telegramsve: gather! t J last t night.I Prusssians are approaching 5
of tin* State Uottniiniciit, in nil its oVparlments S
i bnhhni! thow* who handle tltn : S : 'I|I. Septcmlier 7.-The Empress!left tho g Aeniment is busy distributing pliww.Vcstenlay
-8 SIM'S. )LNIBUCK I The. fanners 3lcMahonvas moving to tho I IVetz all the jndice were dismissed, .
1"'I'It.'at Itutley to lhu ntrirtotnr ( Rf''ll1lb1.i1il tV' are very busily engigedj !: I Palace' by its entrance ou I the quay, aoicompanied '
.", ::I- ', 4 | It tI.I"t'I.'r| IIt11'ILII.Il\l'l.lil'ILIOIl.} in picking cotton and are fun-ing. it tipim v\heji. he W'lsvneu'.uiteivd. : and drtven .- I by one servant in I the morning.Ferdinand and Paris was left .unprotected. To-day f -
p7 m.nnu_ .n.-n-. I jSm.i' only w1it back: by tll (Germeiislu' > pursued 1) J Ix-ssap kiusinan of tho hew men were substituted.McMahondiedin .
may U uccowwnry to mf: the rtjx-nn (IC thoMnl in\t hcd T ;
him The pursuit Belgium.
ely serioiis ]
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N t j k FOBlJ U EJfAlT OVEUNOR. I mi InxxiH.ThiriL.To ojijmw) nl1l"uJI'C)1i( iihmili-rin' A (;. Turner' .of Clear Water, has WAMIINCTOV I .September". -TIII. Secretary i'|i 1 1 the ,ministersxeru: she prll'.I..1 iu session to I he ,hall for xxhere I this* ).tXD; SNow i.f AUGUST.-On S .

; l.jlI.4.: ami b"nulling Holienim, I try ("l ifh niuli rthe boon appointed a Justice of the iVace by 'of State has :.dispatch froui'Minis- '', but, I the ministers adxised i her the Gui instant, a place called River Benti -

1ItL1MLL BLOX1IM1 I, i livi Kinotion
4{ .- w hl'llt''JI..are r..hh..l the whole :army at Sedotiilh I! I hun la-it; i of 1 tht 1 Imperial family toihaxv h'lll\ severe hail and Snow storm.--
-N', .', .OPIZO4 OO i Tin; steamship (0". Mtirrin, J. Me j I the : hail hen'
ln j pt Ii4k i for Ihorlithfnl N.1I.'Ction) t llmperor.1 I Pnlacr.PAKIS The il! stones were as large a
i t of the 'voosljtutionixl HclKMil tux" 1u.l to oj 1'. Kay,jr.. master, departed from this port Tin-re was: serious work at Scdon 1 'I'11' j I i the: September I tlu is eggs, and the storm \ias strong I enough

1 .'. %v- H ,_DISTRICT. *' .NOMINATION- tM[> Nxi funds the raistsl\crjon or rivnted or Al'l'lil'l\ti.m]for! tho Education of muni ASr of I on yesterday for Havana. lay. wlll McMahon wus jn-rehed ou the, !I waiting for' t the response .i.-lnr a dispatch to blow the soldiers tents down, and
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e-ii\i \ the diilitrrn of the Stite ti> puy pnrjx>s i otl ,'rn I hcjlt"f" Taux, near. Cirigiian. ,- whither HI nl I. 1 to i I the. I United States;t stampede their mules. S.- ,

I x Cu .l. ran SENATOR 22D DISTRICT ihuNc for which they nrv crit -d.Kftlu ., I Parties owning stock in the city are notified | nircame, on tllly.. :!:(',(itii() j, It i.-I thought I the reply will:1\'nl.II.-ha\l great .._ ',
: To thc i11,1ity: 'oC all iK-fon the In.\\, of McMahon's troops were bi. The hottest summer for nint't .t'\rt ,
I / ? H9n. John A. Henderspn the jimu-ction of every citizen in th, cnjo- by Mr. Hanford that. they must be l Mousson[ and Moultiers.[ ta.kl effect throughout (the country. years i is that of Ib70), by the n''un1 of .. '"JA')
t from far
: of all his mi.l withoutaimiii&tion Wf''l Ex'ery French town 'heard so ,
nirnt rights irivili-jjos, kept ont of the Garrison Grounds. See .
.. -- -- was I thl Ivattle of n.'annlnt fully.Engineers Yale enll( t'. From .1 mily I 10 I to August t-
difference 'lhi tho .
or and to dihKonntonauce nccepts republic j jo} .
-c > DUin,.,>! .'. JJF TAMP notice. French w the 15 1870 the mean: daily ternperatore( was
-,. ,. and cn' ioKO all \\iolntionsof! -'I sul>- TIl' (( triwn'r are .destroying tho tunnels .
.'.,..,:', 4- ;. 4RM.r.. ,_ t.l'Ii ve'of'tbe | aoc and welfare of the 1I0C. Meiis.to Mousson.( ( :encounter on east from Paris.15uus.sELS at New Haven, S.; ; and no season sinco
:; : .. 11 cty. INSURANCE.-Mr. J. S. Lightly isagent )he other ban k resulted iu tins lug )1-1; running 1778 has shown so many consecutive hot
7.-Tho Empress
tpou i'r I I : September -
; !4'11't! J'iz11a. To cnooorajje iininigrfttion, IUI ring and [
: t. .. : for the London and Jjiverpool Mahoit from Vaux ; McMahon facedibotitjand days. S.
of tho
all I who rordmlndcoimt
to uwt their fort1)Ik'ttitb an a \ Eugenie guest 1I.nfami .
; I""ll" !. I- Insurance Company for this ? Wednesday Itctwccii Doiisey --
-f Bociul &pi '.1oT.FOE ASSEMBLXJ1AN HILLSBORO'CO. worth,. roD pnitfotiou in the enjoyment I auil l Hazelles, there was a swem eujagement. ) Jll'ls. : The New York Sun, liadical, rejoins

,: and eipnsHKion of!their opinionK wcnnty in city. _ II I by saying : -Some of its hands aro very -
:1-: ,. .ttt.JJO.' !: ,JOSE1PU.BROWNI) their p.-n and houutt nnd friendly and i Is The Prussians turned the Fn'lwh right, ItKULl.v: SeptcmlMT 7.-Russia is strong already: : for instance, those of -S. _
: .JUKI ]xirticipation with na in all the honcm and Captain Tucker's steamer, Gforyif, about proposing a Congress of t the Great
State who
;.r. ., '' <" 'OF, CLEAR-. WATER HARBOR. I bcmtitH of our BUt GovtniienLSpirt. daily looked for at this port. Tim Gear- n 't' !itatlJ their rt in'1.'Itnpon Sedon, : I Poxvers. Prussia will certainly decline.1'Altld the Acting Secretary of got
> '1t. .': .Ih. To tai the adoption of the Coiwtitulioohl eforo "hic'h thr- tight again was 'J"'lt.W. Prussians 'G; IOOO, in one single bribe. _
: left Femandina for the Gulf coast on 7.-'I'ht ._
v- -: '. arnradmeutH to como before tLc next pie (d on 'rhlfda\( they were driven S'ltfll.rr 5-- .
:::1,",> MlA8SpIBlJMAI HERNANDO CO KTV LrKudaturo f Kujhih To furor' as liberal a pystom of Internal i is.
: :: : rJIQN. FRD'K LYKKS ImproTciui-nLt aa the rcHourcca of the There is for, good schoolteacher I.SIIIY..plt'llhl'r i :3, Nwni.-ConsolsJ5. Nothing later from Strasbourg has the coming election in this State should'strengthen .
: : : Stuto nitiy'wift Ij wnrrnnt..VinM. an opening a Unitetl States Honds. s.! Stoek lieen the bands of General Grant'sadministration.1

; .. ,,iJ,1 V ,JlliOOK811.JLF .' To advo'Us the removal of all political in this place, and the peoplehonld firmer and higher ; Erie J 71 J ; I Illinois n.l..iw.1 I the statement I that ,. 'I. S

.: disM>iliticH.Tenth. and the services Central 1 1 U (Great; Woteru I 112LlVKUl'OOU \ 'l'r.hl r'ih'rtt' -...-- i 'd
F ---- --------- come together procure ;
11 I i is
.iris safe.
I :: 1W'e.JU en jian,1, fur gratuitous! diX'ltribution To favor tho giving of homestMulH September Nonn.t Cotton t- It. was in I ouisvillu last week that a
; of suitablo one.MARulD.At : The! have reached I Lwna.-c:
out of nhof the Inlic domain of the Stiite Itru'lsian" aceosted Irishman at work -
: firm Pa'Jjd Orleans !9|I n!)||d gentleman an f
: .a lar lot of. Conservativecampaign ; ujilands ; :
pe thin
:: of Florida a* she can dispose of for IIif.potte '
: tho Fifth street "Well
sak.s! ) Ited WesternYInMt hl'r.lu/.m reported. slim sewer with a

:. '., ,,' .,.'. documents. .Cal, ..!, 'and.. v.get aa The to moral actual and oeUlerH.material prosperity of Florida the, residence of John fc Ss.= taS 12,000. 7d halt'M. ; lied Winter !)s. 7da9a.! 'rinl are ariving hourly from the front Pat, you are digging flut'n. big hula lien" I e

I' x iiiaii1yiyouint( depending upon' the ralaMithment (f uuitr.bunuouy Parsons, on 7th Inst, by Dr. F. Branch, Jd. S xxith artillery, cavalry mil infantry. Tim "Bo gob an' yere' mistaken, sir. It's tho -
: f. f _____ ... ___ and mptniU confidence among tl J1! rolling stock of tint Eash.r roads aro dirt I'm di gin' out an' lavin' the hole. i
Mr. W. WiiiTEnuKSTto Miss SAKAII: F. WASSISOTOS, September 5, mx>n.-.\n
clusacs of her ami the ConwTMitiepftrty.lxiiig '
h.; Jphn -A Henderson candidate t citizeiu. being ('('ll.t'ulr,1 hero and sentxesl. -'. S
1. lorl' the only which the all of this Amsterdam rejwirts that the
jmrty PERKINS, .county.; dispatch R-MK: September 7.- proclamation
.State Senator from,the ;22d Pistrict, will correct LUMH (or such Union we enter the conU I'rince imperial, in (' of escaping into TII They had to appoint a new census-tak ;
t with every assurance of j ictory. The weather for the ten days has :with tho at of I the French Republic has C.illl.c a er in a I ulTilo, district, Int-uu. tho ,uld : e
; :, b: addrefcs the people as fcjllows t past Belgium, furrt'nd'n.t Emperor profound seitsutiuii in I this city. ,
... Sedan. .Arr'lt one spit tlotecuujuie&u on a nil-headed woman's
''. ., 'Brooksvnie/SatnrdAyi; t / ] i7t) '.September. 'SI-GUL.Ut FATE.-'lTio New York been wet and a storm seemed to be brew NEW: YORK 81'Itt'mh'r'h/ 'I'd.-l xx hit h aro niimcr<>iu "before, are loW innu carpet. lie was carried homo on Jr-
c. 'Ft'Daile Benows Store. Satunl World poThfsout the curious-fact that all ing, but the indications at present are < I merable.Nsw. a ( rU
';t: .,. OjJ y, grain has a special from Pari1 dated Alii, my.
:. .'124Ui September. 4"V the leaders the great anti-slavery party that we will hardly have a storm this which says that the Kmpress Eugenie, received ; YORK, September ?.-A Heraldspecial -S -'.'_ S noe

". .of this nation those at least who held saxs : Th EI lh't'r1t.lt, A Nt'iii.K llFNr .Ti"x. TlM Tnwfc-e (>f
information from he Prussian (Goverment
: .: : T' ; 9rawfonl'tl1ml, Saturday, 1st October.. high executive station have ashoreor Fall.We t in c.unl'l'li"l xxith I the other thf Iniisull,'. M..'..\.' 'lli><;t!. I"'IU\ill... Ky., ."
gone IK treated Ul'ltrlll'
t that she will not t pris-
as a
<. : :' '. A! aTneiIay 4th Oo tober"llurrah in i is to lmu 'n'nl..J ono of tit 11101 lilx-rul) and 110Llo r-
> : ; I It\'n' shipwrecked. Mr. Lincoln escaped see Indian troubles reported several of has her husuiulund ers, nll.ut. PII'alinr lruia t'tl- ,
lw l
''' uier war, cfnsl'ntellu join 'iitf.ietioim t-\ 'r c..ufl'If..1 by u public -
; j/., > -? :. : Tliursday, 6th October. an old ape of Insignificance by a of the Florida papers, an d"e have son, who surrendered] with his father clude peace on \'iT: inrttitutiou iiH>it lilly ]..>i'lf. Tho. tru"Uvnofthix
j*' candidates to picturesque and horrible catastrophe. Sedan. She will leave for Prussia That! French territory! ) remain iaviolate, t?II. gti luivw iiiKtituU-d OHO liriirnViaryhchoLirhhip 1
: ,:. i uu.Opposition .artf-Invite/l a made: diligent inquiry to find out whetheror at \
Andrew Johnson is "nowhere." Seward FMIKV It.pay (Germany: for (the l'llu.1| n'r tiich eontfrrsMoiiul l ihtru-tin leal '
.' :.- lo ra'diacp.ssion.f the "old Temeralre unlike the hero, not there is any truth in the reports. as soon'as her' arrangements can beperfec- of I the war, mil a general disarmament !f1rill'I'ill time Southern iiitil "lIrr"IlII.lin MuUt ItyIhiit P

; 1'iWeare" reJiaested te atate that the We. have from the Indian ted. t the destruction 1 of I the forts( iiH-iiiiH, very many i t I -- t 4 whom Turner painted reposing in the seen a gentleman General Troelm will at once ho made >Uiiuu.uvtiU} IHI 'lIaM..1 ht..ltl\illnth..ruu.l1 l J
: ".pey. Joseph ,Brown, candidate for the light of a cheerful sunset, is hogged and agency, no news of the troubles there temporary ,dictator, and Paris will be defended .AIsltt LII l ...rniimIt is hdit..O1that mrdii-nl tdiuatii'u. Any jniiii iiuui .isluu er
t these terms xvill bo acceptable' to the to tike I&.h*.utageof this U'iicliu'tiou luui uulyt he
aocompaby Hender- broken-hacked. Mr. Chase washed by
j, Asjemb'ly : "Mr. a and from all that we can learn there is no I to t the last.IJKfXNELs t. <, writo to tit' r-s 'iituti\c of the
ni' roiigntwfi ;
son. and address tho citizens Hillsbor- a sort of gigantic "tare; an Incidental trouble whatever with the Indians. : September} />.-Tho IrlianII'IIllc.t :- Republic.PAKIS "uiil ixtrict in uliiih lie j. .ul,.h, ur to for
-- tidal ,t'high but very dry, may nexer I the surrender of {Ult- 1 i:i September 7.-Imimitio defensive tln l'n"Ii lvnt f tlu> Medical H-ietv .f LwStiiU iwin*
-1 'ottgh,county at the, times. and places in t float again. Stanton: was forgotten before I mc'ly, garrison refund.PAUIS preparations; : continue.! The ur- ; -. or to II r. K S. CdHInnl. liui ..f
Ncw Krone.. lr. .J. S. has l"t
r; : "said .county as. abovefc""Tni / I he died. Mr. Adams: best of them Lightscy I September ;5 :3, I P N .-I It is n.pfrh.,1 .- Ii.is retiring I before the I Prussian advance! th- Fiumity: i>t the Ijimisrillo M iliml ColUnjoIji 1
? '
.f* m I..vl1lt. Ky., "ll1"n ho n-oho :
just returned from New York [\\ith :a but will. full
all- And
I rusts in retirement. so it i isthroughout. Thereis % sentiment t thopeopleand
I hat t thu \ote on tlaltctit'.ic has CII. auioi'g
iifi>rnmtion. i'l all that i iot for
I- : CLOT.X :FOOT STICKIXO OUT.- 1 t The last wh'uh halt large and well selected stock nf goods, that is lie defeiwj I the ii Hfi hj ry as
: ship t
t. .' 1..1 c'lrril't in the Corp* lx'gislatif! byies I t : of nation. hum to lo to Mnu ono nf tht-M M-L 'Lit>liij !
iTve learn'that- ,the.coJon i>eople. of Hert'4 I gone ashore-one with plintt'tll'lIrl R and which he offers to the public and his former ; ; nays 111'. The word, duln'niicc I ( )rgaiiization i\li.th'lrll'c'l.tilg| With lr"I.'r| an.l. Wt IriuulUHoicy the luinisof

vnand J -county,-with* Judge Roxvntree atp.their4head very light draught of wnter-is tho Jujm patron Mr. L. hits a good Modr evidently, lU the forfeiture! 1'1 There" is no dissent fnll> I ;1' il' arshi tlalll't'>s W who ill lit:-.known 4.u..1 th.I".II\tkhr to the it .of!- ito
only an
-athrop Motley, of Boston rig and regis- oft lie .I Republic: mil there is great; rejoieingat |
held a meeting at or near'rook5vi11ea and as far as 70 have examined! them. .1.1\\\f,1 .i \ it.tv. anyxxhere th ter. The pei'pl,' are: 1- with excitement, I the n'lnnx'aloft I ho press c*>n-or- 11u..e "II" 1111\\ l..tlloli.hl..t th.IIt, noMo L.-u.
I. f". ,. (fexv days since i and nomina- .. consider them heap. Gixe him a call. Shouts' of i'/Vtf li/7 wit>wWf/; 'rt' arc II.anl on sl.';'. War nexrsai.d, details :m'l'III h. floian I.mlIt"r-.I.iloo Tluiriutuvill l lmriulgtflnt!

t Id tod T.* S.. Coogler fur -the. t Senate and. Again has the issue between the negro He can bo found at the store formerly all sides.Ueuiments. ed xxithoiit liimler.itice., (It-,'ml1llllatlol1.'.t'Y.tII.; .-. \b f1"cr it is Vnown.-..Sir.CA I

'. .Henry, Fabian for tho Assemblybut xve and the carpet-bagger been made in a I occupied: by Grant &Craft t passing into the; city are Tho 1 Prussian ailxam-e i is ammnu'uuuuetI I atSoissoiis. 1" -

Republican State convention, and again received I by I the with "
have fiotK advised aa to whether deafening) S : :
lo\\'n: J Jj ; n'c'1 colored female ha the negro carried off the, nomination NEW FALL _\Xl WIXTEU Goons.Messrs. .- shouts: ofrlre' \ la 101"lal.l'Jilll Yre 7:V/w///7w, I I.I""111': Septeriber ;.--The, National!, '1 K 1 IJ) J DATTo ](8- aid

.Judge partnerwas against his xxhite opposer. In t the Florila C. L. Fribele and K. A. Clarkeare .\rl" \\ere ] ; I lli! regiilur I (:Jnard, : fli.lll .hitek! I the I Prussiansxbn: I I.re : _

'present or notbut suppose she was, Republican State Convention Haunton now opening their Fall mil Winter troops passed tS 11'.IIl of amity. lhet \.' .ro-sitig 11.. Rhine; near MulboiiM'l the Voters flf lleniainlu ;and iiiIh4i;: ere

----1 as: the Jndgo has her. with him at Brooks- the sitting member, wa. defeated for I trtvps are singing mourccr pour patrie.Th Thexxoiiihled at! Sed.lll baxe 1"1'1 .I"stribiited nlt ('UUllti,.:. at-
(Good: the Northern S
I! :vilk. This i is all right. Mr. Coogler reiiomination, and a negro put forth as *, recently purchased m .' scene is one of indescribable! nxciteiiiciit in the xillages and farmhouses of T. S. (()(OIUJ: KR-I. of S i thermkHv111t.

.. make and all professions ho I he! omC'ial..alll1itlatt'. So far, the Ile- n.arkets.Mr. and rumors of all kinds are in irculation. the xicii'itx.Txxelxt': : ''. !: .. isr<"|>ertfiillr noin- 1\\1gt.iiittl tb

may any niblican party South has nominated five Fri'-liele's stock is large and complete ) :lut i! one sentiment t stems t to u !II. 1 tliui'.xunl of MeMshon's' :trIIY, ::1" n I'umnuiiLii0 lit the sitS >- "

4 .I. ."sees proper, but the people( will Ijok to Ctln[ rr ;men, and four out of the fin cunsNting of ,' thing that N paramount: ; "n' i&lam.I'lo I imaMou." All I art5 al : t uzh-ris. Txxmty. t thousand are tlsiN. \ WUltJt'.j.ruiui-liiiu..IlL,Uio Sluto.I..h..J\S, n.ito.t.1.3\- "l'rt'1Jt j I off

: his motIves jn thiWing' himself forward; are black. Having the votes, the negroes every I IIH tuition now !(the resene, sliout I lie l et\\een! \"IIIIZ"I'il'oI1 Lu-liene. MAXYFUJia&us. !I m.
in first He has
class store.
as a candidate this.time, and they will ihink they ought to have the offices. kept a any ar- people, and the t troops, join .'11 oi.t itally. I P\IIS m:u September7.I -I It t i is confirmed Irflueksu11Ishristi.: July I1tI INTO.' er-
ask why it i is that he in Mipported by the In the exceedingly improbable ca.v of a lido you may ('al fur from a callhrh. (Crowds] are ll'innil; to tear ( the, I that I lie (Orleans) I I'riiices arc en unite for .n S S i,, '

r ', Radical victory this fall, how speckled the needle to a washing machine.. He has all Inipcrial anr.s; : front of their r.iri.s.It To tho Yotors of Florida. I

c 'colored! lleeil t-Iement, In llernando'county next Honso will be.-World.Govenor tho latest of dress goods and geuls'clothing. shop There are f"L: t h.t t this lay I i is reported I hal a difl'cnlty; IIHe.. .= _-*S__. I ,T..>.." Aintonnoo Iiivmlfa ia- .
styles -
; : vrhy :lie ii supported by Jlowutrce(,. -'.'- : )t.(111 t seriuus t trouble, as I the National I.'IIrf.cll'dWI.t'lI, Troclui ;uuiil l I tintniiiiMry.. iliUIUL.I.S !. r..r '.ii r 'sH"it tho 'II- g
Give Fricbele visit with tllin .11"i..lI. Nut
.and why Le j U supported by 3Iagbe T- Gear'has appointed another a : t Guard arc not inclined to permit t the dis 'Th Ministrj xiei-d| | and! harmony wasrestored. the MI'I..rt;: 4,1 1..a"t-.1 t4).
t. IC'litinil
nny }
.There surely) inu t ,:lie "1\Omt"*l1iDJ rotten m'gro n Notary Public in Philadelphia. l'ekc full of Greenbacks or a load: of order.Uit. The ,lili..hltarOH: from tluproposition I I slutli
There were M3\-eral white applicants for, cot I on or hides. I I : >:ii.s: sipt C;.-.The I Pnin-e: I iiijm- (to arm all classes, xvhii h Tmcliii .li-it ]Ii>i.iiwitt of the n-sonn-t-H i.f tIm St.it., -. S

Denmark". Mr. Coogler says, "I ha9'Judge the place nmoung t them more than one In calling attention to the card of I 1:. rial has hit 1 llanou-r I for 1 lliigl.uul.The : I I MICI I .O5 fully I ,.I'I.| osed.I.OMHIV 1.I 1. \\liidi :v r.with-iJ"lI"I"of thirtj-h\c. y.-ur-i iuiHiHiiii..u .! 1Lri- Cr

: ; Ma'gbeeV"i ilfluccce, I have JudgeS maimed soldier, hut the negro was >-electeil. A. Clarke A C... do with r.mpre.ss:.. Eugenie: arriud in 1V.-1 I I I t September: 7.-TIII Tilt.s'll'ials Ilk I''Jiiihur.pul.iic nun an in.iihiinHuiule blno ) S S
: we s.I I
KowntreeV influence and I have the; sup The black CerW-rus must be fed.ST. pJ.Ilrc.lr. i\II11 Sunday. ( : from Paris, dated: t the 7th. says W. H. S

/\\o'2f t tte colored people .of Hernandi. !IjOUIs, SeptemlHT 3.-The Radicals ) C. has I-win many: ) years in the nurcjinlilo The 1 Prussians, are advancing on Paris! ; tnat: the! IIl"W republican gums t'r'uiciui counts ( Jnne .. 18H7.hcnl.y .lFSlItjT.Thahnrnki'e. ) S
haxe nominated McClung for (Joveir. busli.css: and studfog: the \ forced marches. iiiiuh moral niid! ni.uciial f
i L 'countyjf:: Yts, and buch iLfluiices wouh'defeat ,mil by j oil support Hum S. "- fI .
ThelilK-ral Republican.s, who withdrew of the ptlpl. he purchases to suit them.Ho I loXI'O'I : September j' G-\ H.tirial! the (I'liitcil! Stat.-s! as li! ..ir .U iM\ Its I, .
a much stronger man than Mr. l.o lIin1t.d Gratz Brown; for Gox'e- of I tile thous, this call Favrr Item J'borrtisrmrnt
rorps iel.,1 as t'"rl \ ninety t organs; morning 'n to address
but the best articles andas I
keeps nothing _
I : Cooglvr. )Ir. Coogler has'peen proper to onr. 1 awl French prisoner* forwarded trout Sedan i hira .jf directly l to tho YVa>hiiigtoii ---- = --- .I.

'throw into of the .-... -- ho has brought out a large of J tmrussi .
S himself: ; \he hands enemies t.l t to I gU\'t'rlllIIl'ht for aid. These journals forget NOTICE .7

of the Conserxalive party; and he Magazines, A.C.RCBAL goods, we U-spcak AT him .1 liberal share : (General FailKV death i is denied.The I i boxx ex'er, I the influential' (German: pop- i i

: most fall with them. C.\n.oLl.H.\X FOR 8EPTE1I of tho ,publio patronage. His old! pat' I Daily) News si\s .1 uks I"ant', as iilzttlu'it in the IVtted States, and t hat is .1"s <.vk will rfvi-n.: IN. ,Jlw-l that on to Mi.l tiftorthw tate iw>

: .-. .!! The nntnWr before us i is a fitting do ., rons be to hear of his arri Foreign Minister, has already made jM-acc: I II 'I!I I I the rcjtsnii MI large a \portion of the .\IIlt'r. .. -" iou FL JruIt! tnuv is n'.ti..t in the (;arriM.iiU. that- .1 4. t.

McFar- to a ,'aluahle01 U 111(. '1 be proprietors: wi 1ll.tSl't proposals' ; I inxolxing the withdrawal I I ofthe can repnbl cans are on t the (German .i.ln lW v.r. ,nm-ut largo in tl!,,, ('hlf11$4m11 to ,
We )learn that of'jCol. val. To old friends that
some of The Rural Carolinian have given to our \ve say by I I Prussians; abolition vf t the I'reiithistandi (General: \Vine's; corps is pushing into holtnm-ntof the .mlJIo1 AtLlI hieurtits
land's friends are asserting that he did'not purchasing of hi in }ou wilL save aut 1'1\ris. I.\\'ill litti. rt't\t in that '!?*. ,* Kt _ the farmers of the South all that they money.) ug annx. well to K, ., timid they lure S
:'go 11cnile} .as a delegate, but that promised I, viz., a first-class illustrated 1 To our new friends we say, try him ill 'h.i Times and other London journals Tho Prussians continue their forced (Ik1311c41 in ll"-'r. J''ariIs;reword'tln> iw au,1 tcms. .t"tln.ly' thall .

S he merely went on business, and ,it may monthly, devoted especially to their interests he wIll treat you with the cordiality favor I the French f'\olulill as a clear expression marches on Paris. 1..ri..h irrunn.1 "ilhiu thu t."duflure or Lhu n l-- I
of national \xill. anticipate I It i is said that. the of the itury rl.\ltnl&ti..u. r
and their unparalled success is They plan Kepublicau -
be that these statements of the Colonel'sfriends and disinterestedness of a true merchant. : 1
well desprx-ed. The cheapest and best no disorder.Tim I goxernnieiit i is to leave the departments IIAXFOUD S t
are tree.. bat we have the highest agricultural magazine anywhere\ published ..- -'_-a names of Paris streets an alreadychanged. free to organize t their own defencehich Fort Jnllk., !Tatnpv I ; niL Agent.S,1",. Intl 1 Uh-ISTI"')1. '

-4 "Kadical i authority for saying that 'they : it Is destined to have an almost universal Mate News. I TIl'.IUl! I I/llmpereur: [Ucuiiies i \\ plan is iinixers.illy apl'n\ t..t I ,

1 .are false. We bavu. seen. a letter from aJ circlll tion. Hedging, (illustrated )I)1 W W. Sadler, the Supervismr S Uue Clur Noir. I I IPA The Soir I this exciting gives a siiigu- H Notice. '

member of the Gainesville- Convention'I t ;) Improved Implements, (by I). "Wyat of I Telegraph Company died of, IMS: September! 7.-Not!\ list.tmi.h- 'lIar ncc4iiint of I Ihe interxiew: bet Vtii tho I I !

t Aiken ;) and Southern Peaches, (by fever New Haven, Conn., on the :1th big the ilominaiice! ) of Ihn, public, older is ::, King :and llmperor. The King beliaved I ,
-J hcril.y
and a member of the Committee on err- ] r KIV..U forevrnminf all Oflh. front
P. J. llercimans,) are among the leading ult. t like a brute' and from a cription uf tnulini: for a 'rtftin prusui..snfl,4 J'f j I .,

'denUals, In which the writer states that j artieles'of' this number. RAILROAD ACCIDENT.-About half-past lli'lit.rr: : n i is: t taking pls.,' 'ill If' I the mi, cling nuiM 1 haxe been drunk and )al. o t., \\'. T. Cari','m, r <.r I.'an'r, for( about nw.lt Spa

I as )1\r, in the mime of the Uepubliijue but for I the interxentioii of the Crown ttNfllnn.lr.il! lH.lLirsnn.1( ..trnlll'1lTlt
-I, .Col t. McFarl&nd: attempted to represent Every Saturday, for September 10 I is five ii'clock, Thursday morning 1st int., Iari i ter uL.tc. .LLt4.l Miunt tho day af \ :I
and List .
lias i issu.-d stirrii. I Prince and f
of the handsomest Illustrated a >; ; liiMtiarck. t the King \\oiild \l'rill"U. M
Folk county, and that he presented credentiaktn one Papers n! the passenger train from Tallahassee: % 1-l 1i .llt. VIM fr.iuduK-uU .l.Uin.tl \ I
S I df.S recalling' : the : < 'I haxe had t the I'lnjMTorshot. I \
ptritti.'lt )
issued. It contains j|
I ever KurojH'an fur this city, was leaving Sanderson .1 : \
;. :t. ( the handwriting of MAGBEE ; i : () and! I 10.) 1 He 00(1 lades I thus Tin J. t\mUIlRLlN
Cit I- Sun's
I from I ,
S 4 S t.ictun.s.-U Baden Prisoners taken at defective caused tlie forward trnik i, ; : !I spfcial; Paris, dati-d Koit<'nitxr 31, Ih7t: f ,
-1 : that the pretended secretary ooulJ'not Niederbronn'; :French Soldiers Bathing of the rai car to IHI thrown oil the track. zens I. sPeak to xou( now a our fathers!1 the 7th said that I the last person arrested l. 6. SS. .

sign the cn'c1t'nlia1'but had to make his I:at Nancy ; A Prussian Outpost! ; Sarbruck; The engine and freight cars had parsed did in 92 Citizens, tho country i is in !I( by t the Imperial Police, was Geiier.il: CluI 2UOO l""1Ull< ..lu>5" I,niHiiuia Sn. riHHindrt aL G \ \

55 S mark, and that the whole thiJlg"as 80"" and Some Recruits for the South German safely over. Not much damage was sus danger Rally around her and t this I Parisian I sent, and thu' first by t tlm I I'cpiihlican I P.uI ) f.>r a .I"Ul\r for Bftle1 Iy \ .

S. fraudulent that it ArD1It has, besides, fine portraits of but detention of about an hour' municipality )be ,I.l'1ulcl frtil i isle i! I ice, wolslhe I I Princess Matilde( xxho vas ULl'M' .t KLOl'AENBURO. S i \ .
was taui
5 .S S palpably rf'jt'fted'j4 Mademiselle. Sessi and Geo.; W. Childs of .ed.1 Thu passenger cars were !iy, a soldier of t the lh'pullc. "Vixe running away xxith lift\ -t vs, millions of 'f'lml'n :31o.t. .5. 2w

i?? .'. The letter to which we refer I ili fye PAi Jtldphw J/xl}cr\\; a beautiful art left l behind, and the passengers, among Ucpubliiiue." S f riltll' S
S tht It i is 'not IlutEL September G.-The I Prince I I It I is rumored I that VinlLI SCHOOL }
4 S place. very I picture, Morning the Pesert ; and three whom were many of the returning dele xx'orstedin l\OTUI: ;. .

I I may. be, seen at any. time.. So good friends I! admirable summer pictures-A Picnic in gates from this city and "icniy. to the ] Joinvill, I Due) I D'Armale) and the I Due i an encounter xvilb I the I Prussians.I'.xerx \WK:: tho iindfrMxiifd; 1"" } .,\'in: .nh'1\f..t the < 1

'of Cot. McFarland don't kick again l o- j: the Woods, by A. Iloppin; Summer Days, Demorati Convention Chartres have left Brus ols. to offer : day brings. to light some new hrnittti of lU-v. I 11. lJ.. Mun.hv.. )... ,

S by W. J. Ifcnnefsiy ; and the Beach"at were con\eo bl'r on the freight 'ars.-t their sxvords to the Fn'ldl Republiquc.PAUIS i Imperial I sxxindie, us for instance, that M mil rrinriiial'" N. K..from i.f our school IIt l'Jt'M&nt I ill. two _
the Tunl'lwilt
J -. .fore you have pUT.I Long Branch: by C. G. Bush. UrJ.; September G.; Marshal 1 15azain :.th" Sexenth n-gimeitt: of t the line received MouiLiy in Siti i wU'r iw\t. aud oj>"will'' un ntiunu W, first I. ;
--S < holds out at ){t tz. The total blank while for !, .
1 car ridgesr other reginmit.sr.i'eivud trn uiunthH.! tlw "'h"hutil11'. "
j The New York Herald roriews briefly MEDICAL COLLEGE FOR WOMEN.-Wo SERENADE.-_The, nomination of Capt.W. French. under arms, including vthe Garde cartridges made of sand.I uUhto avail. th.'HIM.h,* ,.f thahantaLi\ All *ho ofa \:f ,

I the movements in Southern'polHicn, and see by the Eighth Annual Announcement 1 D. Bloxham for L Governor was ratified Nationalo ami (Garde Mobilenumber seen \*. I The apjHiintment of I Henry 'I Martin pxnl M hiH'I. Mill d-> "-ll 1, Mud OK Mr I ._:
andS 1 W the New York Medical for Muq( .liy 1m..111\.1 U -m-hl 'j
the College
to tone by a jaM uJ..nt'.u in
*; .. .:: r'jfind.1 much approvein large party .or young men on hmu'red thousand. I Mayor{ 'of I the Paris municipality indicates ; i '.*
11IU'I.1111 *
i' .= temper of the'people. It is greatly en- Women, that the Regular{ SossUm of ISiO71..wijI1. Wednesday night in way of a fine It I i is stated that Count Paliako andS t the character of I Iheothers.. 1..luI.1 in the twigLUirhoiHUKVTEsof &&

S : COlltagOO' U>tU. by the the political and ) (' on Tuesday, No- serenaie. Kxcellent music. fattrilj Henri Chevreau, late Minister of the Interior llxerxthing: I Is ipiiet and xictualing time -- ,. ,,. .

i S jnatenal prospect and says : "Briefly veml'CT 1st, and continue twenty weeks.A toasts' &c, were the order the : are in Uelgiutn. They tied during city i is nearly completed TiirnoN : :
I betokens of Short preliminary Term will commence t the SI'. llin n',1inan.1"ritin<> |H'r month $iX( )
S thing a season nnsurpifwed evening.On he crisis
: ", every I I 1..llng tho declaration of the i There is a strong nioxement t in favor of'gixjng in1umckr. .. :
J* fi prosperity in the South, and all.October 4th. at the College 187 Second I Monday evening a number of; colored .S j Kepublic. i' t General Cluseret tin .command I 1t 1.uttii and Gtmnqshv.(lr<'k t-aiij.Tucvs.c. ,nnt High. 3.1111 ,i ,"t);

1 i i t _S ibat.ranains is for the rainbow of peace I If Avenue.. Those who feel an interest in men from the city gave the Captain a \! I It is rumored that a strong Italian c olI l1 l- I he National
': S pd.,wntiUation to span the political horSzon this matter, can call on Mrs.[ C. F. Wells, handsome] serenade! and shouted long and 1 umu i N marching on Rome.f tlr .luilatillll of volunteers J.\MF.S 1Immt... ) I)

1:. 1 f .,* |f'1 insnre a glorious ,and happy fu- the Secretary, or send.! for the AnnoGDceinient -, loud for his nomination, asKl'II: 1:0Hl.ITrutlt't.." _!I

I I ,t: \i.\S fare* .' for thewhole'* S Southern' people. I, at'Sb'J! Broadway N. Y. I l their hearty suplort-lurid{ l I! VII.t(s retn'irr.it I lT.u. The corps is;. ., The Times t..1t1aill J its city artMc. .ngust. :n..t TIlOMA/JACKsok. [ r.w -'

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The I ICmTUCTIXG --- '- I i i ,, I'
War I : 1 f" >
A FULL ASSORTMENTOF .What docs Reason ,Say 2 -1 l'lIn 1ic : ,:
The little mongoose when bitten by a deadly j i =------- --- -- ". j

J serpent resorts to a certain plant tats of it. i .
I ACCOUNTS OF THE BATTLES and escapes tho effect of the poison That isl I .. .q,

BEFORE TABIS. PALLAND instinct Unman beings on C'Uu-r hand, must I I r ( ] = ( TTaving : I YJ!
Reccntij rcccivsd a fine : : :
.'. depend on reaM>u and expensein sd..tiDJ i the I : az lUMMER -l J. diUon to my former utock I :1. \..
NAPOLEON IN THE HANDS OF THE means profiting health and life nunstnst: +$ Pfflh ell Lo sell for cash almost any article +'1. .

: PBUSSIANSI unwholesome nc.Now what d H',reason I t) be the emiuiml fur in the DRUG '
f 0wawa many article for Kale in mv S
" KING WILLIAM BETBEATINO AND say) on this ,italliUl'jhtl'1; it tell ns that I lowing are R w.-Tiz : J.
C. L. FRIEBELE I \ .\\ to invigorate and purify tho .y..ton is the ,Uttway : lUw and' of Boiled Linseed Oil, 1 -

Without doubt has the nnt complete and to protect it against the imiKuUe i ) jmisonwhich I I --- Kpirit A variety of Turpentine 1-aintN Atir, ted I
V rflUnclecUd stock of Good ever brought toUifrinarket generates disease? Snrelyitd.] > compiidngCTerj thing : next uestion is, wheat pii.l: i Khalivo f"lImin Sewing Machine OiL !U '
!; for itwn and country-.with as necssary GOODS, choosing a medicinal] : safeguard? Reason n'p plies [ Latest Arrival of New |Fresh Goods. Window GLiwi- Liver ID\'i ck ; > .-
:: your monitor] b. exp Heavy DRY. GOPPS of tighttv'n i ( years comprised in one Ilypophosphatee' of Iron soda .".
MR. J. S. LIGHTSEY jlt't hcried of Satisfactory tthtiuinniul Plantation HoetetterX .' .
F Bhetinp, Shirting Jeans, Titkn; ;Striped ures us that hustettcrii\ Stomach] BitUr] > and Smitn'a Tonic Bitters, : .I.
and llaid Canabnr \. DiXihkinA, Satins Cal- just" returned from tho Northern markets, losses* t trcl1gt1IH n regulating: ] and f.ufi"'l 1-. AT WHOLESALEAND KaliNtou Florimel : ., ,
len IViuts Gin.:wham, DeLaines k('. nan I ith a large and well 'IUIHOt .J stock of ]ic properties which arc iA>t combined] in the: Carbolic Acid, Homdalis &e. '
) Good* 1\J\.111M opened them in the store fur same liappy proportions nay other prcpirniouextaut. If you are in nerd of anythiiig
Ql :m )) fID nu-rlyocrupieil by Grant A Craft. llin stir ikin Thu therefore is an antidote to Line call at my Store:; and get a ,
Of evety description nnd to bait all. Also, a offered at prices which I have but a bare margin which reason bid ns rt-M.rt when our health F. _
: superior of for profit His suck consists dDryiGoods ill imperilled either by the mrtLlria'hi h prowdnet Tampa Juno 14th 1870, .1\\
disorders, other
'* euiJiUiic or by any
Hats, Genflctncn/ and JJoys Cloth ag, cause wncthcr inherent and cciistitntioiml or ,

,lIelected tWUODWAREA:Math: mach care- ,I connected 1uniUikll. with our !luibits t omrpnticiui! :IEL :r Y .4. :ZZa: J U 8 T R E C H/V l .

.. LADIES DRESSHardware GOODS, Thevennmofa noxious rrptilo ill scarcely' ..
H E B W A IB IStHOLLO more iralitlrt 'dangerous than that which ,
I WACKOCKERY WAItE, lurks in foul air and impure water. To ('M( 1p"] > BY PER Steamer Florida a choice lot .
MOOUE'S the fevers, billions disorders, disturbances of consisting in part of: \,. i
( PREMIUM PLOWS the low."., and other serous xmiladits Iroolu'd Self
Raising Flour Choice
GKIXD STONES, by thettcinsaluorionaele'rentsntis: absolutelynecessary 1
dI YTATXE that the stomach and all the secretive Bliimenthal & Uo. Lard, -t'
cooking Stoves CftOCK.TiB.V organs should b<\ BO to k. in a robust Cheese, tt
i x condition. Upon the am nut resistance Ckndlefl, .
The bleat pelterns and newest lit)'111. READY-MADE CLOTH ISO, ; i >one to the dtl- tff ee. Potash t ...
, Blankets, Bodspreads, Tranks, Vista: Sdk, eterion.'inflnencesthatasttail it, the safety of Sea Moss Farina Canned FrniU,
r Bndlea. Collars" Trace chain, WeU Wheels, .OOTS & SHOES. the health depends and it is because the Great RETURNED from thn Markets of New York Philadelphia, Borton and New Orleans." Milk, Tobacco, Fancy and YI
Basket, Dro ,l Saddlery nlarity to the most important functions of the Line of HT.U'LE DOMESTIC DRY GOODS, such aa We also have on hand Dry 000dF,
TINWAEE ,body that it can bo recoincudcd and gnarau- thing generally found in a First t
;j in great variet teed an an invaluable preventive medicine.PAUT.MKSIIII. OSY.WU1G.DESI.1f..'. STRIPES PRINT: GIMIIAMS, 'SHEETINGS, SIIIRTIXGS-, "". O. I
: : .School BookH F C Paper Letter and notePaper '
!1;. i' : ,Pens. Ink MncilLige, Toy Boo Dime'GROCERIES And a large supply of all kinds ofGroceries .IMITED : Tampa, June 7th 1870. t
II ( .. 2ovels&e.Hi Articles Partnership made% and executed by U -

i :: IIIS.ISIDOR both BLCMZNTIIU of TIUDI'I.tato: and OCTAVE of Florida LEWD, parties Latest Styl I e of Dress Goods, FROI! If\ i

Give him a call and he will sell yon Goods of the firhtand second. port respectivelyand 1 i-- '

", /' .On hand and am h.g eekly from New York cheaper than they can be bought elsewhere, in York DumFoucHEnu.n.of the third: of the,exhibit City of: New Such' as Lnwn. CamliricR) Jaonnctts, Swiss Challics Organdies, etc, etc., with a full assortment
and New party part
I Oilctuui, the city. lIe a good asswitrnent! and you can UNDERSIGNED has just
,I Tobacco, egani:; Bnufl;: Kerosene Oil, noap, find anything you want ABTICLK 1st. That said limited piutnersl-.ii'I c-f Trimnuugsfull: TIlE lot of CLOTHING,, iI e
'I! starch can ti-nita. J..llifOfl'icklt'fl, IIIU'lJIudI, Cash paid for Cotton and Rides, shall commence of date January lot, 1870 and 1 Drap d' etc Coats, Bl"k
: Dried Fruit, Caiidiua and Prize BOXMI continue for five years, unless sooner dissolved ; It -I
line Qtlnt Alpacca Cream
xrE (5) nf
\ s itwmw iug
of all ,
; by the agreement in writing partiestherein ;; f White Dnck" t
; 1. obits anb Ubrcn'sTrimminsH vats; Look Here! that Isidor BlumentLal GnstnvtLiewinsoo Grains Cloth..
;; and Davit 1
I.JJ: 'are general<< partners Brown Linen M
1 RiLhoIUl, Lacen,, Braid Forcheimer is special partner ; tl at the business Undershirts Hickory and White r i0
larontttt'j of said partnersnip shall be re pallor inerhandising 30 Cases Boots and Shoes I .
Nwisa Mnal'n. l' IUf', ToweL<<, Shirts, t\('. Also
I HOM, Half Ho**, aid many other article too JUST RECEIVED.BY : and the manufacture of Ced/u Which the public are I'f' '' r-
boards, and conducted under tho firm nanit !
: Btuncrona to mention-] call and examine.: 1'ricetl1lill \
e and stylo of I. BLUMEXTHAL( &: CO., ai I p1ea ,
Tampa, HilLiliorough(county Fix
-t Oil cloths Malting and Fnruitnre, A geuer- AHT. 2d. That said sicial {autner., David"orcheimer Tampa, April 12th \ace
>1- e.1 aasnt lent. of has paid into Kiiid partnership, Men's, Ladies :Misses, Miss, and ChiMren's Wear, from the most reliable manufacturers I

1r SlIm 1ka>> N CD nm 0 < > Co L. jG. Covacevich the! m uuof Blul1&1'nthallWi"Li.l Ten Thousand in Dullarn the Mini; that of Two niidnidor BEST ;:., u.

Tlwnantl'Five Hnn. n'.1 Dollars and lint I 15 \)O7.. HATS' for :2SVE.X. TiOY'S and YOUTH'S
t Medicines &c. said lilwneut al and said Lewin-wn are to conduct EVER "
. ARcnt for JUllN IHILLER, the bnNinesH of said firm at Tiuiipu, and
sluxlltio l entitled collectivtly to fitly I'd ('c'nlof ,,
.J t'a Tnrpentinfl, Paint Oil, Limp Black I tho net of mid trausc- taaaa.w..a.w11'LL
profits partnersluptiouK. !
i. faint, Paint BroNbox. Rope, seine Twine Ter fItoon'rO.-n.. W. DilL from New York, Ladies HATS, TRIMMINGS, MILLINERY GOODS, Etc. PAY THE i II a

t I Fiahing Tackle.res X a Urge and wJl wlectcd Stock of Articles :3d. 4th LIE, Cth 7tl,. Ac.: providevariously ONE er
for the details of said partnership
@arbm ittbs transactions, limitations "I1t..ilkllti..ru] FOR EVERY 'm,
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W \ or
!. t t : LKWINSOX: \m tasuua \j %.\\YS. ,. 3 \S33yxAi I
ti Cedar and Shingle receire at my Yard for Worth of Goods Purchased, () t >is
I*. f which the highest price will be paid. AllLlndM >- DAVID FORClIEIMElLTampa 1 t.
i of Caoutry Prcwlnco taken in Exchnugo Aug.:; 30th, 1S70. H Sly Sbre. -
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I, for Oiw..k c.t \ t WIJI rauJ.TI: G
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ThanLintr all my old patrons for pant favors. DRY GOODS THIS IIr
t i I rnM x'11'f
1 >ock, the low pritx willastoniKliyon. 11IIESTCIIA'FIVE E. I'. :
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: LATE ARRIVAL At prices to correspond with the extraordinary HAIR I rto
decline i>f uiercliaiulixe in New York market I
i I:!;5 Firkin.of Prim Lard, 25: Boxes various brands manufactured Tobacco New
ii i: inn rrSVLT OF I ,

YEARS OF Trnn KXPEUIMEXT.n : : : (;tls11'orntdaof( Cl.-ar'1 Sj.les i 1 I'a"0 11, 10BbUt.fS.X. HkcsCtkbratetl Whiskey', t -I a

I New Goods G roc e r i e s, AT THE ,
M 101 arrd" I1811 fork CX> bisshhcls Prime white Tennessee Corn.
I> New Store !
I Ia Cum[ Oats, Hay Mess pork Smoked Bacon, .- 2M() BufJicLs Prime White and BLick Ont Vein
FOR FALL AND WINTER Satll..l1w.on. Sugiir 'un..l ILuun, Lin.l'J..1 i ] 1> Ibises \\a t tonl Kosrrve Cheese 1 ere
Stilt Ker .. Ai..'Mirt4-d Candy) :S.KJI Mustard. S.irdines, Lye 7 JO.S.iekR) of lima (alit: mail Laguira Coffee. 50 Boxes of Kerosene Oil i Having removal to my New f+ !' &1-
I to furnish the public
JUST RECEIVED YE. UmCoflt*, l"'I'p"r. chewing Tolmoeo Su'io- !
king 'l'utK'c.. ., tail Pcncliex, aKM->rte..l Pickles..Vudlli ;:0:( ]>;urrcli of aborted Cru-kiN: 25; Barrels Irish Potatoes. thing they .in my line, and (' the

h, Mackcril, MAcenroni, Vormicilli.Li fzR It) Kei'< .'Il'\'Ilo.r. :5 Dozen of J. S. Leverett's Axes: can be purchasedneotl else het1'I be
I A. CLARKE & CO. >l>bt4.rt;. AuiiouiL, PHcuns, Starch: o..1u and ti.T. ] I, Flour, .Com Liverpool and
'f Matches.' IM :,lll\> '.'iNvsorted sizi-s Lf l;oy Shot, ;5 Kegs of GoslieuPlantation Butter. Irish Potatoes, Onions Corn Meal off'
s I IPi I Cracker Cheeso. Coffee, Lard.

-o'tTe : Jrr r Jr (Gnvtlrn i ,rrn 'tj. I IEi I And in fact n Lirgo and varied Stock of Epsom CandleH.Salts, Wri M"ht'M tchi>Pills s, Shot., t ) f:

invite the attention nor jiatrons andthe gone and ClUlJph..r.Also ( i
I public pa ue'ally tour large and wt11.Bilected fS>?l/in./ Xo LAP si Lriin a splendid Ass
Y Mock .>.fNEW iV) sra.tu "r; .tD-Sr') IATHA777M Mo
From J. M. Tliorbnrm: CO'R the I cst v H.t-So 77-: SILT\ /:]' u S /
GOODS and a-ricultund.'rtvl? li mso iu the U. S. '/ >, P DRY : sile
tint! /. tntinli/frcfJi'vM'; (In'V!.*>IHHIIninl t
UcaUh-tlcfiroyiny! Ilrttyi twit in : /
GOODS 1-dicocR. Shirtings Sheeting; ;
and-whieh offering at price DRY
we are
NOW ojH'ning ;
other Jlnir
\ .. I'rtjHinit'mns. Bed ]
... Linen Ticking Hickory
which will wit ..ll'l Le Gotnls 1 U-ing:; It is sure to MijKrivdt! 1II .l.lri\(' tint of the To unit the mr 1t-uof lour pr'ipl, all of which has: been sleeted with the greatest of care, and DeLaines Ac.TINWARE. EL
I lectM with t.tie by Mr. llirk.. in the Northernmarkets comuinnity: all the PinMnions I'rejwmti.insiimv! i winbo.alair'IIF.iI; I'll/: ,1.1/I aniinooarStockandynutiUfind: almost anytlsing OF ALL K
and i"x-ially)' to tnt the auU andtatm Baltic,Victory" SpragurAcciden' in .. v..n wint anal WI' will sitiafaaction and
Merrinutrk UK 'rr.vnsjiap-i.t and cK-ur m Crystal, it / ElIarl1lh' you I\H our JOOlll are new, fn'bh staple,
tal. l'ac tic aiul m :: U not wail the finest fobrii' Xo oil: no wdinient a 1"'pnl1lr prit"'OI
111\.ll..o'u'll DcLaiuvs, French llnliminils : ] no dirt jn-rfertly;Safe, Cli-an and Ktli-: I. BLUMEXTIIAL &: CO.
Dry.Goods Aiai-riciii: Gtired ISrhuondn, Mi'Mlo- 'i'litdehideratmiH U>M t-ovtuir ivii and TOTWARE.C ar
U.\\n. Jr ucla.l. E&eclsior, PowhatUu aTi-1 MftrjLin.l i-'Txn AT I.AOT! --- .- --- -- I .
I heals, Navy Flann.,lDenims.. OHIIJVb'urgH. ) It eulorsantl i>rev nts th' Hair from ecom- It O C KEn 1 -W
Of every kind and qaulily aud nnyihiug: in ; DoiuctiticH. (OIlIC''I'UI1. IHtWuld. <)ui,-- lug! Gray, iiu'arts] a thift. ploisy rp| annoy, I
; this rue that yi'a want can lit had here. )'1Ll'- piaudWhiUi Oak Strij-ti, flail OHUiiburpi, I I inioveH Duu.lnitT.. irt ciMil and r. lit .liiiii" to 9T The assortment .
ticnUr attention baA Iwn riven. to the .wants flatting, Grt6' cotton, Dretw Buttons. re+al he b'1<1. chi-eks the hair from falling oaf', and aI1tied.: finest S.
of the Ladies and our stock.of Buttons, 11il.1sinsSilk., Uniids, Silk Barters, stores it to a great extent when pn nuiturely ,. 1
Trimmin ", Shirt Fronts, Corset, Blanket, lust, prevents 11.1\<4",111'11, euns all Humors .
LADIES DRESS GOODS I'll nUsl<< covers, Oil cloth, cotton Yarns an.ln cutaneous truptioux, uiuluiujutnr.il heat.It S hoe ,t.
sed. splendid lot of Fall and Winter CLOTHING,
t i cannot b;)ant(i.u
', Oo'm uud ]is teemed in the Patent Office! of the L'uied ,
A FINEASSOItTMENT StaU:; by Da. G. SMITH, Pull ntt-e, Groton 5000 lbs of Dry Hides Splendid assortment ,

t a ymm wlsooTS 1 c oJl1613Al11 1 Bo Boots & Shoes, PROCTER Junction BItO'f, Mass ERS Prepared, GLOUCESTER only by, II I ASS., ,

a SHOES.'ant's To whom all orders ..should.., address MH.tHe.I.l Q)
Shoeto bv all firstrclass Druggists!: and Fancy 1. RLU1E.YTIl.4L (J. 1 c
Batchelen Wagons ( common Goods b.'all'The Genuine is in
put i n
Gents fine Shoots Boys Fine and CAjnunon panel ottle made espressly' for it, with theWUll .. .. And in fact, you can any thing IT
Common anti fine Shoe, MIHMW -- --- -- a First CListt Store:; and ut priced I
; h< / toornmon and fine ShoeH.GnU finished BooU, I 11rngislfor Nidure'sIhar toni>ih yon. Give mo a ealL
I HATS OF ALL QUALITIES. Lamps of new kind with Sun Burners, Jugs- lU tonitiv.-: \ and takoJFff WLLzIt:
,. HOOSIERY. NOTIONS Smoothing Irons (off.(! Pots from 3 pU to 4 \o Otter. !II DUCE. I
U. C..ff. e ISoilerr from 3 to C nU.. 1 and 2 qt. .-\R" Hair Dressing it i ioi tUl.'I1tlpl'J. E. P.
Largo and well Assorted Stocks of ( Large Milk IVns. Steel Blade Plantation. ]rt is very delicately. p>rfuiiuil, and keeps] the Ftbruary 8th 187().
1l.tHn Ik.nnd Buck -tH, Painted Bucket, lair] tuof.tf, !...iltlnj njtil Ixii'ilifiil: ,
IIAILDWARIE. o-lar Wash Tulm Grind Stones, Shovels, For Sal in Tumi by l>tC F. 1U .1Ntll.

Siittdea. Well Bucket, Padded names. Aiets, 250 OTTER SKINS Fresh I! \
'" Bar Lead. sswirUdShot a
llorh* collars, Un tOms. 'If.d jt'JltE J) !.
'WOODWARE I'ow.l..r. plated Kpnons, Tract chains, BUSHELS CORN, .
.. cedar Churn. Put* from 5 to 14 gallons.' Dp 200 :\...." I:
"r and RhullowOven*. deep and shallow Swders, + For which We tho highest Market Price .,
Whwln, 20,000 SHINGLES, pay I, DLUYE., AL A: Co. 20 BLS. FLOUR, .
Well .
and Boils .
Fry Pan, Sheep cow 1 HHD BACON
(glass &. ijjt). Vi1rt, sutl corn >tiIlo&. coffe Mills, Axe llAiullfK, For HOME USE.' ::.. 1 TCE RICE "" :'iif
ShartK-'s mixed Xw'U..., Garden Hoe, lUken By I. P.U'MEXTHAL&CO; CHEE.SE,
rUwm Clocka, currv (oi.mll14. Tea Spoons KEROSENE !
GU Stov,OtlituStoves KLOl'l'I:XHmai; have ehfiee Sol-! "
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SiH-cUcl.* Ey; BLUM
'- CO illJ\ n -IB "a1 9 IkxUUtvls and uLaira, 'rlll' ut f1.lJI.) per galk-n. Try It. WANTED SODA: and CRACKERS.LEMON \ \ f. I I I
'I'IIo 'IM
: S ,A DDl ERY &C.An Aug.! 3111.; 1w.a e A fine lot of LorUlard'a SU1> 1 't'I
And everything xt prices to lit c and l lit live TO I AC CO.
con: t.mUyrccciving fresh supplies ofGroceries but don't tike our word for ).t conio and ne For Sale. For side by C. L. } \
for youl'lCt'yc'fI.
The Uighcrt Markc.t. Price will lie given for all Sail-lioat: kn..wn\.of the S'l'llAX- ODeer Skins TO iiS ; I II'J

kind, of Th tHlL AJ,..,. a valnublf pLuv Sanusita Bay, cottt.iiuiug 76 m-res ufi <
BotUr Checw,XUrt). Pitllti Xoap.Cntkfn littnL H or 10 111I11I11I......k. Iniprovi uti tits .1ereulC 011. Tea./Coffee Sngar, Candln, Country Produce.Tampa <1.1\1'1..1.< dwelling hou.M-s, JI(().) O""IIlI!::: to Enter ,

lard, Pepper, soda, l XniUH Spice, Cindy, Wept 1 8th. KS70j tree sire l.,, in with 1111011'1'tlui pluu)',: and, n will few l.li-uuiniiits... oM' hoiiM.hoMatidkiUhen If.).- I -. - _._.. -.. --. .--- ----.-- . -- Desiring 1 j I

: 1 9> A Q) Q) Q funiitur and mrjHiitcrV' tunlt H AVISO ILVD MUCH : i \\t.It.i if t.1f
For further iufommtion. ) to the State! Land
I'I'I.\ : Office In fufcr
CORN Si FLOUR \_ full assortment of Mrs. E. '.\I..Sll.n my smites AGENT for the1M' t Ii;

AD of which will be old at nxlnocd rate\ DltY..oOOtJlOt'IIUY.\ and NOTIONS MutuUv, Ilori.lu who desire to cuter laud. Mv i
The highcut price laid for j Ukt receivedand xa nt 'CI ti low prie i<, T G I..i)Q l, Mill. illS, forwarding deed,Ac., will I \\.

tittD ibts tar tbar By liLUMAKLQlTHXltL'liaAig. LESLY'J STEAM SAW MILL For entry o/CO acrespr lew.... \ ,
/ 31st 2w, Over 10'anduuderbO.. ... . .
And all kinds'ofSmniw recently pnn-luwod tho alwvo Mill, WE AUEXOW AS IIEllETOFOUa l'n'lY.U'C't1 l to purehvw, CEDAR at our Boom for whir]h I Over bOandnnerICO: .. .. ... ..! t 1
ELL Coition and Hidrtj to BLUM .tKLOl'l'E.'iUUlU1. HAVING Over .
your I .' wid the l Mark] 'rliv. .. any quantity al"n'e 160..
S i preparwl t4 saw LumlnT for buildng i.ay lushest t I We will only purchase Rood Cedar free c If
F : ( <$rodl1't\ nosh price for it They arc playing. thobiglttnet : jmqumes in quantities to suit wonus, BtnuKhtRnun, I\JI.IIL'4 free fnnn know and row. as i-OKhiblo\ ", and to measure not hew tha:!l.JdnwT IVnwns eu remit lissrjco by expraw tJ
I. ; 3 M *" I. BLl'MF.NTIIAL .\: CO kv: w incas: ituiru at the l lower end. ha.tit.: \J 1r

(: ,GiTO' us A caU and we will give yon bugeinam Tampa, Aug. 3lr 3vr. T-oipa, Juno, 8lh. / LLUMEXTUAL&CO. July 2770. :

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r aA1,titlttilie t'J vitl'cMtlft in the f.1 uiu q hmrb I 11DE1II'D11d: : tae J'I.&lJIt\, i 1'1'1.-\1: :. Fly i! l'1 n:ymrtl.. SluN'1 T"\\n'nt.\ / part fur ihui Yt'"fljt urn .g nlnlr; (&. cf Thousands |? a i
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t ana b11wd. "il.hlmt tlr of Turn E-
} frwu me or P.ly' u N 1 I.H.k "tiu: rATUEUjiorsr. ; or .
'agentA. lit in ....1 ('.rdll'' !t.... and l the >w.'ii. i": hint.-\ _. 11 Cnrttm' liuta.. g,S :
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'" I Ute l:.Jitlr'of tw! 1'r+t .". ff tliword.r.H.JUAI I b; .T 4
\ JIy: DAir.L ,rnn.S nnthor of"Nif'l.t the l''IpnhrI r.1 .
S X Chuultr.i: in llm City of 'IUIII'II. 7VIGIL 1 lull JWIHJ) t<) .-d. I i S H'HH jiuUr.. If Gt). ..' 1
M.I"t >lh Xo. '
iliw 2
1".uLi'i Ii'
: 1 U gutht".! UN llli(<>lil rit-hl f 1011.1. t oaUI 4.
Jl IE, 'r, Mt( BIr".1wIpe.STn ; .lnstnrri rilfr'VtiXi-w: Orlmn- with =
'f. Ri'Ui ins tlKM5rfit; Jloll1'o\ \\ith itriltlot lHjiiynj !-twers. I
t :, lining ,
.11 K.lvtf.1 M" I orCounty twr.JZ'l. Iri.s.111"- "tuk ('u2L.1St h ?'f i : i t'ird'. viaiu: ;; jmlius, Iloliiux:; # : 'lu-nntilnl !iSarend M iff UilMoroufili.1M. f / .
t of ful lIi i ti wvauLi,1'Luudtring nj.ltH.I .
) I "r. .:.l.r ( _-ii
I L'. I.A OXS.Cl.Tk of the* Circuit C mrt. t I uzinj;! luiUiijK :m>t \11,1IJ t Hrsc' vitli cotkhn I : SY_ -alt ,. r.gI X.w 1 ottx, Aux n't' lith,11i0K

I JOIIN T. .LESI.EY.FU. und for tin' County and State aforc'iiud. Dry Goods; U'in in inilliium of \\llrI.h! wid rciulUK tn I 631 f=, j ya. Allow me to cal your attention to my J
in i ,
: do iititl'y cTlij\\ t1i.tt.tluforegoing a c ." T3mp J JI lh.' .aiyiuai; oulir cow on ixtwrd i iI 1
AnJc.1870 !11l\1M'r, \11 lint I' tI.1'II.iu111,1/ t r.I'rh i I.u iiiug.eitd : -
I I I. A.VING par ii\ all for nettle In the in \" otilou.' : I : for cm'iiLr, in n hit-h w a lull th< "h'ril.Ii1I i 2 f.- i". .t
1\\ .JJ.lowing Mark and Dn uL vr hcn-hy. ,- f..I-1 I "Witness. my k1..1lu.1 soul of 5UOClv.ttlVY AYAUI J and nimcrwil: timinu-iuLittonH liy tin VnluhuMc t4 I i I I1 L: rl ::- 5 5 '
office Not. 30th) ls ,
t II.
"uD S.i] -
interfering I I that tro. I c PREPARATION '
t KBjrone with cr lot lei74. t rs' anti t't.Uc.gt' J.rt f c tors, in i : gi
i I :'said slock. Xo Rdcft of t.1ce 1 111 others arcgtHUDQ. I i I C't Ct. lIilh.boron M. P. IAOXS.Clork h.Co. ITu. UKADY-JIADi) : /0 L O TI I X .G, I eat '* 4p1t.I' lallg 1l1gc. Z1U1 L1.I]: McCtTi:}\ ,i. :es." :2 ..=- t

1 I .V CO.. 10 S. SixtMr..t, Phihi1.1.hi.\ 1t.I ; .i; :3.
HnOTSSlIO I H, :S.lJ o
I ; ;Mfg., w EmT

I ; \\1' Q EXECUTOR'S. NOTICE.. i 7 :, 1J; I .\ OEMS: \\::'111: TO SELL HIE I i e THEY ABB NOT A SILLY CI ;1
fl" : '
1''I": : -" ; IM rum indil-tcd to tho Es.ti.tt> <.f Duni. ]3 1rl ) o I 11. "PENN LETTER BOOK: fII FAr ORINKfl: f ft'

: All] Tuik.-r. Lit,. of J HIM..r'onph County, j .161; .1 hl"j.I' nj'.S! oJ nil kinl01. /op! fni'ill: LttUrs iciUfid 2'ir.sor. JUifciIliisis / r. ,

/ ': ;: '4ddriOW.. JA. r.HOWX.MAXLY. Flon.II'.kcUII"1. tt ill j.huKo t'con' forvTjdMM 0/ lh" p-iiitof-Miuie, labor and 1001Kainc 112.1"orro..rR11V1ilikc Llquor3. <,".rr,.n,t.tZpit't'lNt+.!'
nnd nil tamr-) ,: i ** tkli 4V.Ll5tJ .. Extract Of
nuuvO i-ayiui-iit : irsmw Compound
roceresIhelunt iiiMiilini of ILoA laid none MOO it. _tte.-
.: .. .. :; ;t- ; andnwitraiu.tu>|.t! >mnoi 'U'U'jloaii1tipploroa t
'. Jutl13') 1570.. niuiiiLs tit,$IJ"t M Jd Est.il "ill plcOHo pr.t t/ 7 but 1 tl pnui iMts sbnlii( ihj/ and inniiftUtiTf, 1'9I .A r1"1 tUl'S," N lk'atun'rN, (1. .. rI f.A1

iJc; ; ar$ 111 tJ K x4onx ln.'MJ, or t-tut thuu t
aellitg tiny ttxtIayin. ; the following Marks the time prfcHcr;haul l-ylnnr. / I' hciipCrth! thej- n IN In ..11l'd t K.! vhn. in I the fi'i'jinc Ka\f nod I nil vita tho lutnilft I \1! ]terDnillCs1u"rn.ifteofr'nnrd1A1t'h: !iRtlTkU'imta. _.
and lmwd 11. L. Mircini.L.Lxt th.. tits- IK. ft ;f'". *1 .;.;i..lit i.n; i : .r.1| '" C.H };*'nt LaO only tn iJiitw it roirly'I I\.wllt llei" 'Jt 1 1 vv "t'> UtBA'l'lH..OOI! .

:tit'trTiuiiv I iii.l auytliiiv; v : \\ .,. dull! Price $:.2v abed tn }'UJUFIOt'Lu'ia..l..l.G" 'l'1Uli-..-. 1-I
.m'I' y
lI'WI.I't1.tlul'h.J l'Uli'C't.dI $ \ \'t'
lift. A. 31 ht Ib70ditpIvwll ClPL} ,
is: ,_ July tit'i.l:TU.( b-hi.l.f l'I/il/tll, lid iltheii ktLllAvPi''rr''Ir"n! T"nu., matter <
: HPilv .. with .
jfrO: -- -- -- the first KfthAddrcs '. Mdl'sXturuiKtUolIw.ttrtttKia'hycnn.'itiim.NXp' :
E\ECVTORJ 'IOTZCI:. : tal 0 taw 1;.tcr*,\ ) ,
1j / ( I (i fn Vl fQ P. GAKUETT: & CO,' r A CAn rJJI1jLJIIIt"'rII11'fl. .
r toll.l ;' f'.t" ,
4.'f", / f' I
.. 1 ""to' S14 W l4) .nrkr j.rcbt-jit juy fC- t N; !O I PJ D'l P" :lfeiPALL ).'LiLultlpLii, Pa V$1"n.l ''Cl.11 'n..iiiiM5r'vWic3iiT0'oil Li.i.nlT ,' ,h.#
t: ., '.nfg"olld"Mfto the' llmiondi'? ; i t><'* sro qnnauJ r. 5 -:to-tluttcil %'&a y u''ut, :+ ; .'

: .D' Jud; cof the County court for HilkWuunh I Z D a.eTl1n'\or < the'r i* .nvofr'pnlr.I'orlnfllimnt. .
l'hrit1tforbend Hcttknnnt uid du>- 0 '! LiUrJ indtu'cwtut'' .'r7 and Cbronlo rviira.raatijjm .
: charge froth the,cfctato of Lciau Water d-cd. I f vcacriptivairculnrs fr.''. Addnxt nod Gout Uy TH.T i4i.' or Inaicoitioru .

.. ; 1'ETEll PLATT, AND\ \VINfrRitGoods j J. C. KAXD: & CO.. IJiJ.Mi M'. mittoBt: Ftjvcru lUious,JJlHco KctmUcut.eaof t'i and l.1lwJtI.Ihtcr- UCHU.; x

Executor, cnilJIadder. t"Im-
LtverT Kldnoyu
L ; MP 1S70. Cm. AJEXTS-: to. the nmm( torsluvo burro ii<'l vier 17th
'Ii": Tatnpti' Aug. WANTED, SEWIXO MAtlllXll Trite ore caunrtl Vy ViOatodmooO.whKhU I
Uuraui at (.f tho
$25. It wakes tho -Inx' Stitch" 'ilikolnth mmemllr rrt..larool IT
I .1 ( Cftl J'J
Any.*prmon ra 1 outing: t UIMUS cottlo Without pert Application to Soil ,Real Estate. ideal) nnd is the m1 y hVi-n,cd wlIcr.f.1( Th'ln..["r five lnTfor raaa trio. niociadi! an.I '.'mnlifat. ,

tail ionwl1 bo dealt with.I is lwti-l>y given, that fix wake from i ll1itt1aJ.\dlinu 11.1. nr'lt-ll tluui $W.) IJ. r the torrlIIIY l :r 1I.I.l1'w'I.1 vh.,. It 1'f" .:hutfNil :r lJ1of r. t
t JOHN c.tLLAGIIEr.i Notice(, I will apply to the Houoral.l. ..Tndln'of : ('utlt.lll\ Vrhm-li-ixCWilMm. Srovor; t Ilnlnnd .' uflL"Qsll'loh"'h\l'1 i:1 rl: : ;.t.tho b..1 titir ".'' .
tmp.tnh1NIttIUtWrtefUN+ > IE' '
1 c <.County Court in raid for IUM*>rourfi I I Sint"j iV V't y All odor nu'r.flhut.. I t Lav.holty : '. ; : a .
i Tamp'f ltk.21lh.. -+i0.'i. iT"J ', "' -. \ U.itut3I.rlnri iowiiuj laud belonging to tbt' I-!.talc of Wltuuu 1 1l utents jua II' to Hi r and tiM r liul l,. to irtid.lnts <' I Taia in tin Hlioulii'r .t.iiidin,'rVhtni tho .' ,.
n .
iiie ckftlo AT '\ bur hi..iu2ri] I'oil 1 ; ..r. .
PiM'nriw 14tttttwnutltVil1iln.IAttt : _
hoeotttLdfng to rnnRiiu-In 5Lu l WUcr, UU- of uii iJ Conty. dva-ascil to- : t'uth'L JOHXSOX. CLA1IK.: Jt C 0", Ctioxl : .;*. 1'all I'At.nn: thnItivt : i
aUxs County in tho following ilnrkt and wit : I l,tn t(. <: MiiNS., lltULurnh I'u., Clliel o, 111., I O Tt<"' "'* off l'rr.fln ins .
Brancai must fin.' wake application to tho nn- The S E i of the N E i- und the X E 4 <>f'\ I JOHN .UCKSOXS.TAVIXO or' L.ui" :1\). I t., rpons6ftU; <' ICi,,Inr-..aoolL han lrr.t(4tt 1: -
J. vhw.i: wo th+ oti
"gucJ' E 4.! of l ectiou l .To\viihliii 2S Smith of KS PATENT ORGANIC VIBR1TOH. ur.fui n\njpt uL-e''fit'joi d by thl'ro T i.\,.
.j".J' t Jail A.Moodr.. 22,:\. ;'Aul.th" S E.I of.the E 4 of s\'o I .1 *'I.lUtotCth.t} Vit.-'*( Jt"_ L wh i 'no (r Tou ft'
S. 1rit"ht.U. ion 7 ToiiiShip 28. South of TM& 21!!, nil Iy [ Ol'I- 1H) 3IY C.OOIiS' In. :.. it*tuna: ',q'i'buZ.IUm- '.wnjh tU,f..:\ !'.:-'
[ .
It Lie 'I"IInIK'ir. .'Vi i t I>
II f't'tIo.I1'"J
and rotate.TIIOSUS 'l'"dfult'ill\il fl'i"nJi:1l..It1. toile pUuvonn.
in X-Uil
jug and U.iuj County I .
IoW tl.o I2ar whs-u Kiithi
:: 'V, n. Agt; 11. ViII.Dlmtlm'r.. 1 I, ale\l to call bud 1 examine ln-foie |'(irohi j>'
TnIDI'I1. .?1rt 1th.1S7O) G'r \, 1! ilivrc. My 1 gout haii> Lt-eu Loiiglit fur Trmofc ouim in the 1'JI\.w.. CU11:1S1; JUN11'E1iltEltR1Eti /
to CA! :!lI.l they oro old ts low u-j/nny CliO be Leaf and ctutUt Uw dial a: J TAfC. and o''i r'WO'n'SI<\ liirVin? in
.BO [ ofOODS to Hear distinctly al rhurth. thi"y.t."1..r.1 V=T thnatale,all iir.to:y Iolly. ..l'u.rAK4Tios. .Diuhu in vacua.-/ -
1 1 'Sl\tE.1 iiught iu thiii uiuikct. 5lyxtock Cum ruar.nt oi.Tn-ktiM on ChUrrhaJ !. '
la-lr"ro'fio' .
f JXMSOLLECrflR'S \ deanq"< | UID'IHT IM rrit-s, l>y ilistilluticii. to form a fiiuiiiUIw
( 1..1&. "l J' i I t I I1'OLK UV&&UM cent h.*. In.T.II.hulwcQ. r r full .jTcctim.ryfl{ c-.rcfii'lT 1V rn 'tntTnnnil ( c'Xtnut.d I
KJllrooUway, New Yurk. f en h bot!\ pc nod in lour l laa:u.uwEn'ih. hiD. >y dispbu'enteptwjtlr|
BRYJ '- ..'man,I'l'f'no"'.,an,1 S': au-t'i., ', 'Nl"irit:4.Itl.ill..t1 front JnniH'r Ik-rri ; very
J'p TIll: --1.C65i1Y()LtML or"Grii.t .. AVA I.KIJ!,J7 A.lT! Ku i- :,..ct,K. T.rrorr.wur. Lutlo Mi"ar in lL '.ll'lll a'"mall putt(trtioii of
};. H. if. IYXALitwC'
is ladlttub1 Ic than in.
t It
ij'ini. more any now
1( -rnl 1 Al"t"t.
: XUXTY. I 'S,1 Tnn", c.:il'Dh. toll Iln..Jll..n- IMW-
4- s '. .. Ij j the :'!,.:t'/.er biouiiht to Tacij-a eonsit J.H.STEP E j )*..'Str ft!"..Y.DilUXl'Ji I'.ui-ln: tw' l'n inred Ly Prurrpv| ; ia of a 10

It. 'I 2" j. iC in1I.KS I"< : i e.#"I : 1f'4' .u.L :..rci21'3ANDi dark tf.lor. it is u (,lant that uixiu iU fni- e
": : t .' .- t tI a tINT, LAVXS.. .GJXmr.ntJIE! t IIKtory tau Wtiri1- itmrriulj-. AtTviuitttl. ["
: : 'T I>y'rirt1ecfaithbrity vestal in mo l>y Lw, .( lanc; : neK Shirt 1t "m. Clonks, >hiriiiuoialu ill S-ud f",r jiicuLir-i. vith ttnu-v at.I u i l'u' ,-:'' 1 1.\ ,.1... t u iuyr l.j t1'.. 1 ,I:1. >, 11Y )' :: c |>riuci{>U-), heating a .! & -

lL' ) I !hat(- this ti'in of tl"- work. Ad-lnsa, NatiulL-; I I ; c. iri.i.i: <. .\ -'t, ileco. tiou. Rune !' thei-oli.r i of injcr: *oientH.Tim .-

: L S for suet i niiit of the OJnl't llon.-o (Io or. 1ft Moud.iy in. O tober, A. J), Ib7. I hoctinr i 1'atu Cloth I I'.htiktt", M"uru II. On., ort! Louh.31i. 1-' : of tILII'"U"r injn'ctli'UtH! jII"IwM..t, ttt- l o

t '. during the 1 h-ffil hours of sale, tlio' fonow, GoJs. Uililtous, everything! in tins liuc.g ?.6 [Tovoiit fcrniiiit.ition : ujfiu insptction it Mill L
\ or no much j1J will be ,it: (( firrtll.\, -I.c *
do-KriKxlprpiH.rty .
.,. 1 AOEXTSVVAXTED L\J[ f'\U1\.IlIot to I.t, Tiuture. m.ulf in l'bu111111'01"111. : )
ttz \ ficit nt to fwtisJj Uien-of the Mftto and hl1!"' r I LIdle.1)resa (:cod.of .. : : K:nnXLCIUXt ( j is ita :
nor rol-tultll.b'rd\f\
I S.\ taxi-c for tie "A .
., 1 tow it ; : Hcady-Dladc Clothing, -- ------ .14. '- In tl.ii 'U 11\c tIll' kJlu"l..I'U! of thui4t'tlintx
TL X; c'X E i, S 21, T 2V" 24. W i ma\T; : (11,1\( 1; nmf I:TS ..... 'i' 9'iiJt4..r)1 I ; un.l y tl.c! nt.Nlr of. l.r\'I'urulil'll. .

d uJ of! X E: :. S 21, T 5f.>.lt 2 L .'lofN' i and fine 1\oo\ S\\\C .. :7: t'J ::(Hll'H Pu.ulh. \V' taut tuI .. .I I ll!.s 1iug that \1iU favor 1 it uith u trial, A@r
R'o' SWjufN\VIS:13T.i.'i1.5 s. of .> ;C t t'mpl. 'y u Food .\ t'1lt in eii.ry ,..,nntylr in .t 01. h 4" i ."
/ ,
Dewlap: ] : A .il"-r.\. '. tll.1; UJK.U itia Kitiou it-ttill i uutt with J war urU:
4 IsutiEi1Sfspt 'r1ieN\SjofN E i 1" N, "'U ci>iuiui t>ioii Milnry t- i in- i '. itl-'U. .

: 0 I I b J T 3i), U: S3. .LvUid m".ii IM the i'roj '; ) OEXTS; i CHILDREN; HATS !' r .Inco onr \11.1 H'lit'n..l 1'n! lit a.: '1 t.r.,.&. j.i IIni'ro. \\i Jt fi .forewarn all : ,crty ('f %. A'\ard, vtU'ca**! ; gi\cu in bli :I 'I \Vhit WIre r.loh"! .< Liner ; \ill l 1".1 u 'm{ \F"a I S in
:: P1'fitu'
using or '' I 6 I uu, very n"I" ttullv! ,
Ihert-Lj. 10
; lh
i catUo in.the following Marks ant 'I S. '>"ord, A'AliCllIBALD hi) )ttill. U".1tIUlt j 1ettjtnhk nnd I'It'-IMIinpli'yniont '' 1'v YI J/ 9' 1.i' J 1.; J / H. T. lliMl: ; )LI>, a
i kinds of Furniture i '
U. .' f. Brand:' 1IEXDUY, IAII Mr.-fw IL S. I 1.L.t (i.. Mar- I / O'mi."t ami IhtiiTr -
Tax Cblhttor, : SL X. Y. 10'; Dvnrlo DR. as
a fad II I' n- Willuiui vr : : .SHALLCKBEITCSRaFever
.f ia Pena J.q.. ,
; b-G itartn June 2It! I'.TO- fcUTO I-'tn't t, h IIg' .
: t -- ._- and -
-- -- Ague
: ----- -
i I ,) .\\'r( : > \:111.1., far x,.-v !; w.k-l. lox : /

1 LECTOR'S SALE .ioM) Iookn]; I'or the I..til Mltint; l I..k" in tuurktt. .:1: 1 toW
: '-.DO' iI I CD12QCOI.mjWl...11mJWIJ.J.OW.W.IU Aj'i'U nt ouio lir; i-in-ulur tf'l'1'h.h.h' A. 3ST Tl D C) T 1Alivnjs !

I I loc'rill'ull1l." McKiuuvt, i:5t': Clu..nutI t Mos tUo CrtUU.Thiairodicia FJOUI the I-urgi-st 'I..6..bnng; ; Chciuixth
: ( ; L.SSLIEW.HE. ; / .
.. II I ) ,"t. I'luls I'.i.; I .} hajtcca lufcto UK PublL : the WUIII.I .
T :, CII1'LLIIY1'a I i fifteen year, Any perhon usins,: tkrec cuttle without HElXAXIX! ) COUNTY : Ixiokn Miit ,tn-u fur "
IXr Bridles, HoLcllau Saddles: .tL1'.LCauIuv4'jng known n'L-d ct, It dual nut parg, diva J, riniM"iu.unt uith Mr. IL T. ,nt'mIM.I.L
ai 2l 1 dealt ___
Jnial.ion 1 i 0 i
I'" vjth.DAXIEL Jr Hlllr-, fciiot C iuu* lint Ti toH. I Sict'ik vf Inknml lUtenHc.llu not fickea th$ tionvxi! L porfottly rvd{ isI I (to toc'I.pi..lllu J)rug SU-rc oxu-ite my rt,i'Llnt -
Yjrmn: or .\AUTiioniTY' } iu I
', loin Nat slit it..ful in '4 u.1Ud 1\ butt
< (
BY ; "f .1 1 Soho-illi ;
kinds MatioiKiuli .
:_, BrJ'S'. August :-1lh. l.i w, I }hum lki duy "\' -;1II"| JI ;uio uad :txnilcr uil (awuEiStniuOa tall huxint.hM what otlurs fai.1 not '
"" n t
: Imlinl writing ; lnH '. ain
will onVr for wait in front of tko Cxmrt !Huns I i.i"i.! | '1' \< I J. iui.i d-oiifj'Mi'. i-xjMisurv) of the ]mu< rinlci ")- ii tho only llodicuio i that will / !10..1'( nliiiu.. lute I..lu lav.r.t.ly luxt.raM'doath

,lben9byfoTevarnaUlerKouH from killing 01 I d'Kir iu I'nioiiMillt': Vi the 3til llond.tv in XuelulJ ,, Paints aitd GVifniKcry't I f l.ratiuuH in- liir.j-H; ** j.vi"ry ing on our ( i ie.v. i 11t j, .. C U E II f.1 rr. D I A 1 t LY 1.1-4 i'h.nirtor and t'fll'rpriSt.. era

":.,:; J. dri ring off any cattle in the folio i i lLrkti \ .r. lh'J.tit.rirgthI l g al honruof HftU1, thf .. I Smoking & Chewing TobaccC t 1II"l1t. xl,"\Hag| nj iiU di-|pies from the l.,vttin and iHnaancntly tviry fn yi' IVxcr anA .

Mid >il: ,.CnwhiK;; dojicrilrtd' j-roinrty 1 "rb'> tauchthtTtof Cigar s 6: t! tll highest, (..iini( aflftrt awl Cfnujreiixinif ,, >ruo, betas' it 13 a r"'Tr '/'llJ.thucu :0 WU.LLUI W1:1Grl'nl.I : 'al.!
will Kj nfSoieut t-i iitily the State ItBtl< t 1 I I'lXE MKllSCllAL Al 1 I'lt'lii, ; 'I ir U< :uliu.
75 County T.isvsdui' I 1.y tin J",11esltti1 the I I : cony i-iru-it*. i.lVn-ialiHilM-ip: >-. li"trnn. I I I'lnn t f Ti-wi-rs A V%.i->htinan.Mnitul.utiuin o'c
JoI-I by {
r.il .
t: i1I. tanj-, fur the year ,\. IX 1 IHK' iud Iwk: tjis. : :H and -A in- puling. A fMirlus-H ltthtori: i 55i Di'I lixista.S ; 'livmiKts. the

f -r tilt-year .\. 1>..Ihttl, that rutty bo iuiuid, t.i) nUll OLD IlYi: 1111 :KEY, ALE n-ik.t tnvnliuMi to i.vi nhi: n : coutann.10 -!-: _-, -- I :Ninth u..llrCl\\lItolrul": 1'liLwt.-lI.Li-} '. oflfn.

', WILLIAM T. CAlXXTEi Nit :. : ClIAMl'An.NE 1 CIDEK.) lillTUUS: Ac :'.: pa"K 1y. < !j.r>mini-nt doM-ninu'iit' ; I'k- I i "Aliian/a";;-Line"u 'l f ,

Baricnr, Florida Aupnrt 1'Jth.Notice. Co-'l')" WillLua IM The 8E 4 ..f H K: ', !H '! tlth'1 L'OJJt.'pie( | H 1lr'1I. ot..l.II.: f ) ,. j' .
lMi'J, T1. MEDICINES.1)ti I ". .in 1 l't., 'I.. trv., A.lln.sV.. flint l'uLC'ih- :
vent) J-jhutMM. I tn' I t r I'hilidelpLia. H ., Jatoi! M.t4t. Chung'. J !:j.L/tJ.j, Ci u:> t V er
4 : I Ih Hirroll!, IXniiEhtK U 4 (-f.S W :L .S 2U21.T2L r, ,\) n1TlO::. .e. III.'r Ciiicin.ili O. If : 'oiaS Hcmbol 's Fluid Extract Buchu t
. I In Iact !ver\ thing can W tumid thai i*zae".. <,err-&: J
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PUBLIC ABE I iv I'MC: Ul") Lc' : g
r THE have purcb8lit'd the t-utiru M>H-k of, '111- 1;:it HoWK., R..U!JJIiv -Q ; Sef af w %. | -. I 'l'III'I"'U..titl1tj11- aTnt.! >l with Orpuic ; stilc
lie bcLuuging to JAMES ALLU'J'XIAX.: : Tux. >y, John VSawnIl.WSEofNWS'21-- I ,. < -0. *, \\'..itkiMn.iiir.H| the aid l.r 311..lil' to
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r rctsaoa of lay agents, ir .viou.-ly had vill bpiosectttcd. T22. I I ; ". I1.'ull".loi'Ira'llu.m: iiiMiriuMy: dot If
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Tatulwl' .ti'rl'Atli lS7u. tls Fluid Extract Buchau
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N@t1iC !1 1LLiN'rs4y FLA. 111!.ctions I ''ulillr to Fuiudi isnnt.lttalltrlby

y f : ', DEB STEAMEU FLOUID.V, a dw-aji .1411 B Semi for lets l'rIt'O is.t. 1/ : 1I.j n t.. > any .th.) r. I'n1 lmti..n. us in Chlorosis t>r

t well a.'ibOrto tock of McrckuidL- con. 1 Leah UtcLd ,_ : C U,tUltit..1. I ttbttulntn4, or 1I1.I.ft..i..ll1'f llt.4t s.
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i I } our,Whi5k'y.I' : if' tat ..f JI.LI L.-rt.'ur. :. ..riJinvui! .- l. .r t K7.. I Tho Great American ric'a Co. f iIL tut.Werk'y1uuf!. It.1ttl"ihaltbutehfrtnthin;: !aiiwUijw Jiaviin h.-II1 e.I I HI tit,' \'to "1:1 und all!l iinni'tiiuU iiuidcut U i y

'folat (.), (x.unty. l"I>iniLi. 'Us-,..as.il .,r'' .r 'j-urni u* pr.s .-, \.1.1.' 4.', ,\ I II I : ; Pity'EVEUY I the 1"\, tir the lll..lillclr cluai;o of life.IcmboU's .
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Choice ut to > pit.l rLtlili 1 t
Candy, ( b< -'-- I
jptrltor i dui tt}. ut-cr-Unl, wiJ.in *l.t) tuujirojcriUil -' 'Will b. kt' 1t l "' : I, (LI\. 1.ii'f'I.\: : >-r. ,M\". ., I'H.\II hi". Z
I Soda Shot; .1 < COl. jf i \1; :: i!T\y uiitTTt.r :l iroiTriiouiu. : u:1U1. .
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Broom ,
tp l'r. ILtii.lvUot; ol famil s-o for Xf.v Tillr'iia: rn, '. jrti.. t 1'G'r' H RI
litald'Itdta'r,(';. in Kir of tL ir I't.'e"'ry..1.1 nil JH rnH )n- .tllntly II, handi \ r "-aniu' I lr) '
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k 1.\ iua ti,e I..1a lrltir..ule.uda. !..iu- .,f t. ;I'nsht,.* 'u,., -
nlol'JtiJ1.\ ,1..1.t.1 t'i toad 'titt-, "'Ii. pltaw conio fi-r ;
< ; t c.' IInu .I.tl,1 h.dal1ilt." 1.I.tUt: ell 1l l'utK. IL IIII i K F.r.nvliu.( land S.r"II! rn.'t! Improved Rose Wash
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Dnioattk TowtU, "'ILl'J promptly and s.ttl and lior Kilo nt the =-5 "Iktlt.Ids und \ t
t J.1,. iuxDirusax.Athiiiuistrtitor. I UKiiriM/lor'woik ):loJl ii, l:. II i. hen from, i EVMKK f\r al! !1'.11"'I, ,.*, mirid ,1
J Cbecka.: Kirkland Stripes.II FLORIDA 1'rLat.l c.i. rilL ( ; I!
T JJnen BAKERY. Ml.r.i>wlmiy, :. V. { !! i.gul.r i Iniiduiirdou the Cjj.\n.\I1"u..l1t.
t Alhambra Plaids Cottoned and 1 I UNT KwKiiC: fill! radically! -xtirininat. firm lh. t.trm ci, t
hi TI\D1I. llii., June 1?th.0.. P. \. f HLU .
_,' Jeans Doninuu Teo JOHN F FLETCIIEit 1.u 1IIUul'IIJ, ) r TIicliin' win N'ntinu.Hl thiniii1 ut the PaN,' uri-intr |j<'1II h I.its'f ut httlo t Ir
'>; .\ VAaKwlceg Ticking O uiburg3.DomceticK Tampa May loth. : It/MiiJlhg Jt) ('t'lIwill]s: year II1 .llh", it-Wt-t rates .,f freight v ill I.I ,. *. little .>r no -II.III/t''lL.Mi\'fi'\ no iaivni ;
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I I'd FitJi Lines 1 age".liii Iglt. of //\I..n.
Notice. t' l'tl mhl hair you WIll iniutaiiKtl! ) nivihu;; '*-\'"ry {"'** 'la I t.u-i-tv! t' i 'or -\]'"KUiv ; i"'IIIIJ.-tdy Knl"'n't'tfiul
Cornets Atl : I l'4.'t1I I l.y Mum Jtl. il, utom-etvu-t-uV: : I '. tbos'nnph4L.ud IUI.I 11..nn. n'nlt..lit'tl, tb-
.. T '! .,1"(1'I Intittrs and :.lrr -Itnnt. in Hori.1: t. ;. n I
1 '. J i: XlO.COVACEVICU.Agt I! BLACKSMITHING I I tnturr hn"ht' .r wjf.:: witlt: mutt: tll.1 t.Il 0!!, Il.uu.cl' i 'If al\\. :':'. lI; a. f.1 of II :: .. h1: : I ln I ,,',"ilsUbl Mrrenry, in all UICNC tlirittts.x-

April ftth LL PEKSONS lu.\ii/; nLludsu.ain.t tinEstat. 11FaitWLt.'l AtrtYN:' 1S. fux 1', U'Druutr"I: !.. ....tlar "" "11111;'" al. ;t iiit S.N: \ \.1: !._.j .1' 1 l':E 1

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() :c. f J. ; Ca"sh' 1..n'11:1.. County. d,.", i.sud.'iirahirul.>' n%>tifli i JtJ I 'Ycwricl'nCI' ::ul! i!. ..I'IU1I.Il"I'h"; '.. ,1IMHtbanhv 'I"".. 1.'t "'I I ncnbold's Fluid Extract Buchu .
; Y I'r"'M.nt tin iu. .iluh1' anUiouti'tdi-d! to the unuitluii r.t : 'I.UH" % In, :.Il, ur !. ":.t C'.1t !. II".",r ; ,.\ ,

i '". J,1'o1; 1C-J th tiln>. pet-u ill\wed I.). Liw 01 allU11)ERziird ; atents., 1 OKI*, 1- .'l\ll".* too tb.. .1"1 :Lot ..} ...... Ii".wC'.sdv

I this notice will lw' pltmt in t':u of rh.-it r.><...ADry .. 1:1 now n. it"Ut +,ew.u h :Iy- t.ii It"1':: (n UI dlsHV*.s Of thfOOI.JMI, 'alit tllt'r exist,,

t ;. PAIDCastorBeans knit ; I old oJ1 J'n U4 iu'k hte.i t..i ail Lot t ;.m }' > till all pet'or h.f ..I "' .\_ ltl\"lIt"l- .J I,.. "l.t.lf.! I .. t.; Lttl"r" lull. 1H.i'U l.u.wEI tttt flt ,..,1 ir I (;:l' 11'Itlr. inf' in iih.Kor ,t..It".!.-, Irnijilui t.-\<'r niiiM.itnuiitini ,

:: rttlaestdtu in.J.e iwln( 11att-ll/\vm.lt. :. J"r'l toretery dr.i ; e..., .d' .(1\ 1.. "' .,. ..1:. :'! 'I1II' a .'P. '.1 1 -n, .> e'h.-I' (I'. .;tt. I .: ;.Ii.n.llI.. mutter t of how l.-nj; htuidU -.
; JOIL'\ T. LE>LEY: ."icw 55 S Cotton Ink.'u v> ;.,. 1'1; !. .,
A: : : cril'tiCln.1 Mlaefcuthiarand .1..11.1'\ I V 1". *.." i. I... : .wALAIA'AM hope' t tiStllillst b 1tt.>. i ;i-Kii-vUit t t.h..llu.I..1c, imnie-- 1
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f -- ; tu 11. ia ;;tw \( I'k .m.t Nt tlritat' att. fr. l krn.
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BY "f'f'Z w'rl.t! th-xr-! I ttnd.r I the v tract ivvt-ntl iua.1.- with the i tho .
I Bu ipajriuq I.*'c than! :mn.li, } -* J.I.H iim j.-iuxh ut once.I
f GEO. D. ALLEN Notice : ; y'tslakin'. tier.. bill. h" y Q.iI"--.if. II 4u..,' iuj. A i i'> uiiih2ot| Cv.uu.irui"" ; full jrriutiimit.iuut.iAUinitaMiil ,_ : l'oehtlict I .)< .irl.rii.'i.t, th* Flt.rtda) 1 lutit''ulI i i The r.I r niiiht IK uwiir. tint howe\fr \
", v'i 4 I' I bc v "t .1cw ) r' .. ...! : .11 "hi If tho ai:t.v'k i of the move
Iduue (K -.it.:.* MUX"co :,::1 I tct1J1t"any111 p.ith : ::: fmutf lent> ili'nu i.IK .
.. 4i UII Iea* .fI1t.'rln.. I 'y' : ,,1fI.I at /,, I! 1 ::c r.uk 1'l': t Yoik, 1J : OrStav* .1 wv. Sill t.'r.1.., froav 11'":!."., It 1.* rt..ill t., Ufivt the bodily huvlth andIll
'. : MX( MONTHS muM DATC. IiJl )..TtNnti Ilnutnrl.t'd I flatlet 1 "'" lha"o ,. : .1 ,.! ". i .. I .
For Sale I : ," 11.\ tr I u.I Ii -- _. i! evel_ 1'!-! ty t. V. n>r\' \\ .hie* J.a' ut1"'Wd)
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t ;.1 .i aerMclAarKd dwelling huu"". KXJO( :Ouuvclytfl ilL lat: ; 11'Ll)'IIWII( t." i in:;, il1 r..!iltg Mel\ imrtnirtive IKKI ; ut.ltttrus9x; ; l be U1,., t.,1 ju. its t.'ah.mllb juaIy livered c.. any ndihts. IV.-nriLo Mnij>t.iin.H inall .
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1 ? Hired with law J'flee, Will lod!! h0'1'b..I,1 Patox31: .:;_itIt. full ,'in'hl i'" to WOl't.iugtOI1) ; 1 1raxtinke! hutL *ave Turnpa ioing| i -Sln ti! every Fri,Lay I.. ( :es

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.oo' For. farther information.Mrs E.a J."'i.1v\<'ALSIL In I I 1 i'I ABSBs\ i MAKE)j 11 I It!t '-' I! \'l!. :.-"ff f. .>.'at! .' uJUy will t ,, r H. T. HEMBOLD.It3ru ,

4ti:. 314&JJI.'C, IloridxLESIY'S I / J I, Bread I1tfunl. 4 tl.l :.b'I"I.:! .. .\>* 1.j tin .VM. (',"nn.\L \V\CCllofMK, .

I q!\ jk:"\Tnlnoi. >v'.U\ will },.*'))t-' lij} Large 1. 1..c.nl.t""f the.Ii., :JI IJx.oWwu. Sew York..lour .

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i'w fif purpoMJfc ill t..ureuiil \ot Iii l; St '. :.' I 4 ,tlb'4itltl c. of my I landed 1Sanlionse. -.

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