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Title: The Sunland tribune
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 61 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: C.N. Hawkins
Place of Publication: Tampa Fla
Creation Date: May 3, 1879
Frequency: weekly
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General Note: J.P. Wall, editor.
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SUNLAND


.'Y T. K. SPENCER


TANi1-~AL, FLA.~ 2~IAY 8.~ 1879.


fyHE SUNLAND TRIBUNE
R'. K. Spencer, Pub'r & Manager.
pficial Organ 6th Judicial Circu-it.
- PUBLIC HEI) ON SAT[ U I IA Y
ADVERTISING- RATES.
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TEE-TS OF SUBSC.TIPTION:
,P Per Annum, (in advance,) $2.00
Six Months -- 1.00


P/,1'FL'.i,,ON- I L CA j .'D.%
71)p. Ml I _'I-LL.
--PHYSIClIAN. SURGEON,
FT, MEADE, FLA.
(CIF'I 1: In zi lynski & Ilh t. I.. 1t' Store,
DR. F. BRANCH,

. ''- Physician & Druggist,
A T' HIS OQ LD STArIjD,
TA1MIPA,.FLA.
Mi i M S. ly
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ants,


M. 3.'.1 r: : v. Tii _':i -
W. W, GORDON
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Cotton FactN



Commission Merc
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H. A. Stults &
Siucces-sors to T. J. Dtu1ba
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CSI CE OLD WHIS
WINES, BRANDI.ES, (
CIGARS &c,
Also Proprietors of the Cele
INDIAN VEGETABLE
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131 Bay Street Savawi-'
Mf. A. ROGERS, J. R.,
Rog.ers & Mite


G roECEel
AND RECEIVERS 0:


western produce.


rFLOU I- .A %'ECIALTY.

81 Poydra, St. New Orleans


SC. h'A:LTO4N Jr.
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sF -OLI.'IT-e 11X- ('t-.. '1 'P]-.

F'. MEADE, L.A.
Will Practice in all the Courts of So. 1..,.
J.B WALL. -W. wV. C. wILLis.
- W ALL & WILLIS,

Atoreyrs & Coisulsello1s at Law,
: AND
SOLICI TORS IX C.hANCERI Y
TAMPA, FLA
- ". "WILL PRACTCICE in all the Courts of Sc
Fla. Office--In Henderson's building.
" -- HO IELS.
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IS NOW OPEN for the reception of Guests,
SH. L. CRANE, Prop't.
Tampa, Fla., Nov, 1st., 1878. .

HANIDFORID IOUSE,
iST CLASS

pRIVATE .BOARDING HOUSE,
CONVENIENTLYY and PLEASANT-
SLY LOCATED near the river and
ir.-.iili-, on tthe South, Ft. Brook ind the
J1ay.
MI. S. F. IIANDFORD, Propri.ertress,

TAMPA HOTEL,
r_ ITi L II' TF L I \VING BEENTHOR-
'-- -. i i + rin.'.. ;'. i and "refitted is now
,l,,:!l If' ,-'I I .. l~'i..: of guests.
Th.- TI.I.I. will be supplied with eve.y
luxury the market affords, and no pains will
b. spared to make the guests comfortable.
S. ates at figures to suit the times.
S D ISAAC CRAFT, Proprietor,


;-. [ ,' l::.., JOHN. SWINGTLEY
3 Bown &,Swingiey
Land Agents,
S" TMPA.'I -IUORTIDA,
L ,r ILL I ..: "special t .,9 to all
A1.' .i-!.. placed in their hands in
S!ii. I'iU, t '' I '..1 1 .lling REAL ES-
r.k\ rE. Lt\'_VIN' II,'IE STEADS and
.:-l t-MP -'N i 'I! king entries; of
I srATE L \N iK, .- A. ,.. : in Hillsborough
'* :,,d IIth. .ii..i 1 ii.t.i. Special refer-
v Ci,' ii ', l" 9 ,' I.n -L' I tf
!: ..... -- 1:--


REAL ESTA7TIE AGENCY.
lrit. rI'Y .\Nr' .-IILL FEi. s--
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.'1 "' '"'999 ten years hence If I was a man of
". leisure I would like to ride over this
Clear Water andl Old Tampa Neck
and count the orange groves, and trees
Ir & Co... ;in each grove and estimate the num-
ber of oranges that mllight reasonably
;KIES,+ be expected ten years to come and fur-
nish you a statement of it to see how
GINS, it would look on paper, and still ,they
come, But you said we wold have a
steamer, so mote it be. 'We had a
t fashionable call the other day from a
;craft that claims to be of that class.
7TERS, She was of Cedar Keys notorietyy;
.I11i Ga. hope for a more respectable ship than
that. We want one some thing in
MITCHELL.
-e keeping with our .L;e and bcantifl
/i"e ,i, harbor and tile I.". -i -1''-. spirit of
our citizens,
- Crops are promising, we had a good
S-. rain a few days ago, which gave (as it
F were) new life to vegetation and reviv-
ed the hopes of the farmers.


To complain about the hard times
is very common and almost universal,
but our greatest comp-laint in that re-
spect is na ", 'iu-." at all, which fact
adds no little to our appreciation for
the TR-IBUNE since it often speaks
kindly of us,


I.UMPIiTA.\NT 'O1 HKESPON- -:1 it '.r Ii. 1



ho s in .ey f rl tc iibl m n e th ze l.a i yo a.ru i ,i.. ... i +.i



effect of that syst c ad persi t o
'isk r epre ion. o;f, LSoth1ert Pusn and \',| ,,,l 4dr 4n.o.. it y:, ,.i. t.
liN Opiniim NeE w ,,A An- < mlet nd P. e.l Bii..h. I ,e. T l t, '


an a, pi ta,,- o oe . o l i iti l pnar, th, e en s i.tl s ,, ,a,,-,j ,t u,, % X .1 I,

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-Iv .a.- -i ..b ,ii,- ti,,r, ;i-. I- .1. ": ,1,,, -. '* u n -, a .,A a1 ,.t v ,:,ir Il ,-,',-,.ui -
shows, in a very forcible manner, the zed ability, you ar. t.-,- xt, f-,.


to oe an nonorauie, coiscientious anu
able christian minister-one honored
not only by his own denomination, but
by all the people--and having access
to all sources of information. That
he should be in doubt on such ques-
tions is a sad commentary upon the
political methods of the times, in
which persistent lying is esteemed, and
not without reason, as good as the
truth, so far as it effect on public sen-
timnent is concerned. There are thou-
sands of good men. in the North who
believe they are doing God service by
joining Republican leaders in the hue
and cry against the South, who, if
they knew the redl facts of the situa-
tiou, would be thp earnest supporters
of every measureIfor the removal of
those unconstitutional laws which
were adopted as repressive measures
against the South. If such men in
the North trully understood the South,
the stalwart politicians would be re-


As there is no. local news of import. buked and we sold liv'te peace, and
ance I will close by giving you a brief thaf. without thnlintervention of "the


propositions and ask )uni..lJf iM Chi'L-
tian candor, if they are not true:
1. The white men of. the South;
will, of course, vote solidly against
any political party .which builds its
hope of.success chiefly on hostility to
them.
2. Knowing themselves to be a mi-
nority of the American people, South-'
ern white men are impelled by self in-
terest to political affiliation with men
of the North, and, consequently, are
restrained from raising sectional is-
sues.
3. The '"Solid South" is simply a
self-defending South, with no tendency
to aggression upon the rights or inter-
ests of the North.
4. While there is a party in the
United States, which, as it is now led
and moulded, may truly be called an
"Anti Southern party," it is confriont-
ed by no Anti-Northern party.
Yours truly, P. BISHmOP.
-Florida Union,


-A-"C[ IOSl;f. statement of the organization of a new man on horseback:" 4"*
..... r ni" ...o'.....huor M:" -anure forFrlit Trees.
SY PBLI, RL society, which it is hoped will not in- NEWv YORK April 8, 1879. i r Trees.
ii l r DL L i J i J .I .' .It is clear that a inmal nman ures are
CUST0I1' HIOUSE true upon yourgood nature as our Mv DEAR SIR": Fiom the extreme- not what is .wnted ar-hftnit trees, jt -
I v1 -I I c ,, "I.n o t w h a t is W a n te d f o r fi I uL;it tre es, i n -
-,--a .r eI. -arnonmore.
'-4T ...r -i- -e n ,ute s a s -- 1 0 I L I- r.osi. ^ .. i -. ." .. _
-E, | *. t -[lewiutes as i..,-,i'i' I"-.I'.1 gress, and from repo I hre may be benefit,.and usually is
S .ead as follows: Florida,.I am induced to ask yotu to at first, ut theuality f the f.
MMIrrION MERCHANT, According to previous. notice the do0 te the favor to iNoform me what wl suffer, anmd the wood and foliage
.. ...ci.iztL.. .... f 4 ... .-...r d iciity tmeemper -of the nadve Floridiau re not of that healthy character
1 .Y \V. ,'A. l. met at the Post Office, 2 o'clock P. M., now is? Is there any. reasonable fear which is desired. This has been no-
P-ersonai attention given to sales. Ample Friday 2.3th day of April. 1879, for tle for a Northerner's investment in Flori- tied by Liebig and others. e-have
)o for storage, purpose of organizing a society for the da? This is a questionbn which I am known prolific grape-vines to bear
RtEFERENCESB- Wall & Co., 3, F. & promotion of mutual interests,. and seriously reflecting, in reference both MOre firuit, but f t an expense s f qual-
friendly relationships. The ..rg hi..,- to the past and the future, and I know ity, here the contents of the pivy
D A ASH tion is called The Home, Farm and ino one so fully competent to give me we reely used for manuring. We
Grve Society. Mr. J. W. Drew was a satisfactory answer as yourself. Atn have always -found the best success
S calledd to the chair, Mr. Wmn. J. Tay- early answer wmil greatly oblige me. when the loaes, the weeding of the
lot- requested to act as secretary, The when t t t e
A ia lt pqnstedl t at a i n ghen h r garden, chip-manure and forest-mould,
AND chain pointed te lloN MATEO, FL., April 15, 1879. either singly or combined, have been
\ tiemen a committee to prepare a een- e__ 7 ee
(olmiSSlO\ M r "liat stitution and By-laws for the society ev.- D. D. or: eey applied. Thesesee
Tb N-A\ IN a viz. W.. A. Hart, C. S. Reynolds and DEAR SIR-I cannot answer the tain the different materials in proper
EAL. IN Wiln?! J. Taylor. After some appro- questions contained in your letter of proportions, that is the organic, the
$.hp i .u.ll e\ riatc remarks by several members, the 8th iust., without reflecting on carbonous, and nitrogenious, the min-
visions, Cirockey, GIK .it e,. aud the selection of the next meeting, the pervasive and persistent wicked- eral needs to be supplied, and nothing
ar-dware, a ttion s, Oltb s i- the society adjourned to meet at 10 ness of that partisan work which has does this.so satisfactory as wood ashes.
Eti e, Stationery, & o'clock A. M. N May 10th, 1879. caused such doubts and apprehensions It supplies largely potash, which is
ornerFrouWaESTt, n .^_ FRIEND OF PROGRESS. aS jyou indicate to be entertained by'a needed. The best success, and it has
Corner Front S Duval Streets, 0 Q gentleman of your large intelligence, been fully achieved, which we ever at-
t shCorti Notice -e From Braideli Town. So far as "the temper of the native taied, was by applying a coat of
at short Notice'a",w"kdi
W chat shall I say about. Braiden. Floridians" can affect them, "a North- leaves in the fall, worked into the soil
BE NNER &L PiN KNEY, ui this week ? I hardly know, for erner's iiv.-:tl,._.ut-' are as safe in in spring, followed by weeding firom
.. ",..Tet awhile, are scarce, or else 1 Florida as they would be in Vermont. the.garden, clippings from Ihe vine
SIPPIPVNG AND am a '" adept in the art of catching I have no doubt that the Democrats with other vegetable refuse, as a
them.. little tow seems less busy of this State fully sympathize with the mulch, sprinkled with wood ashes,

Sonllm iSSioil IerMel"tnts anoon. Tthis pleasant April after- leaders of their party in Congress; but leached or unteached; if the latter,
Dois rushing th blustery south wind the current debates at Washinton more were required-. This made a heal-

NEW YORK, tossing about th e the tall pines, and are producing no excitement -here. thy, not excessive growth, and increase
otton Cogm Solicited on.. the bluff. Aen budding oaks The prevalent felling toward North- ed both the quantity and quality of the
Referto Mes ller & edeso, years ar osi ty of croquet earners may bejudged of by the fol- fruit. It makes a sounder and better
'fes to Mess. Miller & e ,their auehter theieches with lowing facts: keeping fruit. This was a variety of

ECI N&Bmerry disputes, and th'etant,b h ,t The DemiQcratic Governor of this soils, ut particularly a clay soil.
S-rp rokes State is a native of New Hampshire, There should be a good drainage and.
S Wh1esale Dalers ll with their malle Towns r olds its During the campaign which resulted exposure to air, or else with a green
Alo gsidethe harfa lies t e in his election, I heard a Southern mulch kept moist by the ashes there
SGoti. le say, in the presence of nearly nightbe too much humidity. For
D .. .y os Ns anv h ae dznisng a"el ,lae white men of Madiaon Coun- grapes this will not do. Nor will -it
SAVANNAH GA. above it; the r wanig fte "e nominated for Govenor for fruit trees if there is a close heavy
ight shines on rge Drew, a Union man, and top, reachingrlowi, holding thus the
a tall masts, lies the Gardner, a few days no"mD, Im him because he was a moisture which evaporates,anld invit-
J as. S. SILVA in from New Orleans. But if the N n Dan ...
inS~ ifrom New Orleans. But ifj the ~n Xe- intended to teach ung parasitic lodgements, which will
....... ', ". above is all that I can say about the,,, ", wnc .
ImT porter f bove is all that I can say about the copl ere is any such appear in masses, mildew, rusted fruit,
Braiden Town, I suppose I had best thing NteachlinH "bcosaeiJna.
ft E R A 1' I I put ly pen aside until some future we are osed to anyhi, that etc. Herbceous material and ashes,
Y -time. I know no improvements in gones, an have a-gones b. h- wth occasional bone-dust we have
Immediate process. Maj. Turner in- united in \o.wng out tid citizens found the best application for fruit
..tends to enlarge hIis pier and ware- -oe,:Sare pros- trees in general, for berries and fur
140 BROUGH N ST, house soon Our enterprising young e theape Applyyerly where the
SaV naf1lk ,. G eo. merchant, W. L. Tresca, has purcbas- Last fall an it grant fno. gr A y
.. .. ,c .. .. SO]i is Dt rich; and' in the spring
ed land, and of course intends putting, gan, who had beena't FlortOh' soli is n
pT TP rI' am house upon it sometime or other.- about- two years, was ected to0t when the ground is dry enough to
BE E uLI RI S How soon he will do so is known to Assembly by the white n of th spade well. Use sparingly, if any, the
B Ts IS B L -I NIIS l. himself, and perhaps somebody else. Volusi^r^ng nitrogeneous manures,
RESTAU R'ANT Mr. Tresca appears to be doing a prof- county, and the Democrats
,'EDXAR EY, F Eitable business and may he attain the County sent An immigrant fro. is- T DETO OU FLIES.
success for which he earnestly de- consin to, the State Senate, lifeingst "the miseries of human
-". serves to win. Asfor the Maj just At its recent .-;',i. our Leg',a- vear,-ing the warm seasons of the
Kept.on the European Plan, leave him alone e's llig-ht Ho- tre, which contained an overwhel ad l. rec-oned the tickling,
EpEGan r cPpi th w I to ture, whicnt aine d an overwhen, and ,II.. reckoned the tickhinig
miEONmpart information coernSng UNISHED ingly majority of white- Southerners, \arities of-and obstructive famil-
In connection with RcstaurantFine mpor- .e.n Town I can impart something of established a Bureau of Immigration, c-rin:--lt"1 ..,iu,: u house flies. A
[n connection with Restaurant, Fine more interest. I will close close this andl Hon. Seth French, the Vplusia tel us how ;.-. Brihih newspaper.
sh.;ort commnnicationr, lest you and Senator just referred, to, was placed says: :Pour-a IlL,- th.- pests. He
Liquors, Braildies, Wines your compositors should be provoked to atits hed. Our tx-paer, ith one article by drl eoye (a
MsI', C[AIt~. cuss words by its brevity and lack of at-its bead. Our tax-payers, with one article 9id. by druqipe oxy We (an
ANT. CK4A!s. wordss by its brevity all accord, are earnestly desirous of im- mon gla3\um\tnbler, ,^ a com-
Refers to Gen. R. B2 Thomas, DIr. J. P interest, if not by bad spelling and accord, are ernstly desirous of i- mn glassmbler, i.t a corn-
Wall, CalIt v. E. ;lt, .1. worse chirography. 'Ac. CRAIG. migration from thW Northern States glass a piece of cap pap... 'n the
S. .e Into


++ffe'i' r ftly rtd toe p'" i" a .
S lull ,- ,ii.:r: -I tflT; i h,.,- T d.fie rol -re-
A .d.
'T'l,,,v 9 ? ;. 1w ,-> r- at thle gardC.e
.' :111n ailatlur t',uri-t anl uiitivator.
%% l.- ,l1.,lej. :ll .:-l .X hl>.9t practices
]Ii]i-,.lt', Ja ..k ..,u L ,- ,, E -,]., .,t' S:1

We recently read the communica-
tion of P. E. Bucks to the 'Canadian
Farmer upon this subject. He says:
"There is no doubt in my mind,
from practical experience, that .cut-
tings taken from the plants in autumn,
just before freezing up time, stuck in
damp soil, and when well rooted %.re-
move to sixteen inch pots, kept in an
atmosphere of forty to fifty degrees,
and watered just sufficiently to keep
them alive during winter, and .by
keeping the shoots 'as they appear
properly pinched, and a part off the
larger leaves, so as to retard the
growth as much as possible, is the
true way of obtaining the earliest
fruit. It will be found that if the
plauts are well attended to, by the
spring they will be thick and strong
at the base, and as woody almost as a
wall flower. Growing tomatoes, as al-
most all gardeners do, in hotbeds, is
decidedly the wrong method as uno
doubt many of them have- found out..;
The hot-bed plants are weak and spin-.
dling. Many-pntdown seed in thi.-
way so early that the plants run up to
tie alass i,;f<_,-'.h, t weather becomes
suiciea, Wa-n ri F pu-tr-) -oreni oit -i
the open ground, and the leaves either I
scorched or become frost-bitten. I
have seen mruy a frame of tomatoes
for which I would not give five cents
for the best five hundred plants in
them,"
We hope, with our genial clime, our
gardeners will try this plan ; .we feel
sure it will succead.-.California Farm-
er.

DIPHTHERIA AGAIN.
Diphtheria, according to the expe-
riments of Professor Klebs,:of Prague,
can be very successfully treated with
benzoate of soda. No inconvenience
is-felt from doses of five grammes.
Dr. Revillent, of Paris, who has
had a large experience in the treat-
ment of diphtheria, finds large doses
of lemon-juice the best remedy. He
uses it internally and as a topical' ap-
plication to the false membrane. He
has not lost a case treated by this
method.
Writing to one of our cotempora-
ries in October last, P. Lawrence, of
West Chauzy, N. Y., pited the case,
of a family in a dangerous condition
from diphtheria. Kerosene- oil was
resorted to as a remedy. A Mrs. Jel-
ly gave it to her five prostrate chil-
dren as a gargle and also had them
them swallow some of it. The chil-
dren recovered rapidly, and in a few
davs were out in the street.
Another neighbor by the name of
Louisa, railroad track master, had
three children taken with diphtheria
and cured them with Kerosene.
William Emery had four children
taken down, and gave-them Kerosene
oil and they recovered.
Robert Gillet was taken with it, and
cured himself with Kerosene.
John Reynolds, of Ingraham, had'a
daughter and niece cured by Kerosene
oil, after they were given up for
death by the doctor. "
Geo. Gillette bad three children ta.K
ken with the same disease very bad,
and they were cured with kerosene,
bWhatf most astonishing is that
not a single case where they used
kerosene oil, has proved fatal. The
remedy is simple, and certainly ohbeap i
and always at hand in all families
throughout the land.
It may further be said of the kero- 1
sene treatment, that it is not likely to
do any per-manent harra, even if it
fails to cure.


--A Kansas boy of 15. has been de-
tected making arrangements to run
away with a woman 50 years old and
live on an island in the Pacific Ocean


p at, a big, raw-buied Cele.tia_ '
with a ftce d~.-ply pitted with small'-
p,:.x sears, and Juh4 Stowers, a prin-
tCr, \re(.truiggliug in a dedly.eui-
I'auc-e. ,Stciwers had his -left .aud d
anlr,-Itly risHtiug on the Chinaman's
pigtail, while the latter had wound
his left arm about Stowers' neck-, aiud.
held on to his ear with a desperate.
grasp. The Chinamau's right and
Stowers' left hand held each other, and
in this pl.ition they .struggled for
mastery, silently, biut with all the fir ,
they ectuld muster, while Sam Leo
held the pass of Thermopylbe against
the mob and sounded his Cbines,pib-
rdeC. Several persons -who wanted to
iutrrfere could not get past the imas-
sive statute who held the uob. ,Injide,
a third Cbiuaman hustled around to.
avoid the wrestlers, iakingu fo "part,
but regardhifg his fellow-countrymajn_
with profound ": Fympaihy. JEver'
time the wreslliug Celestial's face .
turned about it was seen covered with
blood. Showers showed'only a disor-
dered neck-tie and a smashed- hat.
After struggling for ten minutes or
more, both, with-tenaceods'g-ip aus-
ed and-.stood still in the .ornr til
in deadly embrace, while their breasts '
liveddiwit'h qick breathing. 'Itus
';f~'d^eys~eos lCe kiinut u ds, untiU

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*BCTuH nc-me ;,
scene and tooak bot r 41h*i e -"' a
It appearsfi.t&ui at -.
kicked a lit-tle girl w.ho was..*liu gt "
the washhouse, and Stowers interfered
to protct-Vetr. ,The fight grew out of
this. The Chinaman, who is called
Kee, but who gave his name as. 'SamI
Lee, was fined $7,55, which he refus-
ed to pay, He had the money on'his
person, 'however, and it was taken from
him on an execution. Stopwrs .was dis-
charged.
M. Cohn, who _has a meat,.hop next
door, says they are very Itiett :and.
peaceable, and treat the children who
play about there very kindly. Sam
Lee, who sat buried in reflection while
his partner was in the cooler, looked
up to say:
"Oh, I solly they fight, tbut diam.
plintee always flight, jlig~ht,,flight, al-
way flight and heep diam dhink.'

-I am the Plaintive Plaintiff in
the celebrated case.
Of Simon vs. Oliver,
Simon, "the preae ,, r," that
wicked, scheming, back-slidden, sub-
tle, false old man.
Who did with arts, both social
and financial.
Even with "oranges from his din-'
ner.table,"
My widowed ,heart begfil'd."
No, not exactly widowd. either, "
For here iu court I ti..aup, from
bottom of the pack, .
Oliver, the iAsf, i~&gPtiAy;-.'Jigbt--g-:
180 pounds, with whie .moustache
and cranium all bare of hair.
All of Kentucky. ..
Thete may be others. -
I do not know, for this short life of
mine so full of incid6et is crammed,
That I could ne'ue miss a spouse or
two.
The world may mock,
But I have tales to :tell of Wash-
ington and senatdria'gl life. ,
(Qf strange 'reaolasjs d~ eer iilod-

Of hoarding-houe: on proielty's
verge, .. .. .
Of "Mr Fornejanneditorji4f a aa-
p.eri.as had a room."-.: :' ."
At Anunie*Davij;, whbo 'l tArunk,"
aRid gave. thaa- crafty SimoD "'tad
straw tea to drink." ^,.
In that, *wtb. noxious.crea- and:
baleful. i
0, thre- e rare tbjat jn store of
life iua ~b~i tl r tiM'.a capital. .
And 1'nmany a legislator saquirms:
:o-day upoa :~-,nadious seat.,
Fearing ftZflrp iy calcium ligt
ipou' t ,rmihi.ighl groping,. ,,
But Simon said "he hoped I'd be .
is wife ere long." _


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, ;-2"-TA-;- u'da,- a- ,- Editor.
Iazpa-, ataurday, May 3, 1879.


S3-;-l'rhe Ocah- -Ban ner, after nom-
t.i, dfi, U-. foi Lt.. ,v., 'uk' ,:,-l.,ack

fat li eA :I h'
yonl put vo L. finger'ou Iniin Le is not
dear!" l.' : -E....
-Will sioel I in IHernando,
rolk'a..l A(i st aijd u a ;if t -li miate
of0th1e 'rin Iige cp.~)5 ot their re pI-.etive
counties of-last seasn-?:' 'We. wish to
publish rtli; -ani? r., thilebenefitoftpai'
*ti? +who+-ie continually asking us as
'to the'diiount of iangesg:shiiioed from
this section.
We call' attention' -" a letter of
Hh.:' P. 'P." Bihop n Aiswer to that
it' .! I,.,'rgymau, on' tfe first page. Mr.
'Bfishop .'a 'iortBern mnan and knows
vwha't he is tialklii about. And in
this oCI I'icti.u we tCake occasion to
say. tlit. ahtlioglh i \e confess' to fre-
S"iiiint iui'ld:r- hI'avin., heen committed
it tin- t,'i iu uoue or them ha -any-
tlihhmg ,'*'l, w hil'politics.
Dennis.
lJint the "'little giant" may be un-
pla' Hl:tr Wiih .his political opponents
imnI-Ahachua '-:,uiityv may be a fact, but
'fiirinu all thit wVe can learn about his
cetnviction, there is little room to
'd(t'bt IYlIt' what personal animosity
'and'polfticl prejudice had more to do
%'with' his c'l-iivi,.-i,,ii than a conscien-
'tiitts *vindication of the law. We are
iun'duced to say this much from having
'beun told by a legal gentleman of this
circuit that, after, seeing the evidence
'he could not understand how it was
thatlie was convicted. We have no
'!yi mi.atlyv ,\ ith any such Bourbon De-
nmcracy nor will tHe great niass of
'the honest Democratic voters endorse
I'uy tiiit political persecution.
A AIolniatic Incident.
One mibrniug some years ago the
New Orleans rPicayune contained a
poem so full of beauty and sentiment
as 'to attract universal attention.
A rich.young'Tennessean. haunted
anid imIessOed by the, extraordinary
fIa-criiiaiLi'ii 'f the ,' *-:.i, called at the
Pica:1 unuc-office to ask the name of the
Iit~I Uwa \\is told-that it was L.
ui.'ia French. The ardent young
Tcennessean-sought the acquaintance
,', I .l .dX,.iI,,1 afidr a cliivitlr,-,ii aiud
S romflatipj crin -.p she eunsfumaod to
-lie4f
"- il'[:t~.n T Ffa-i;aeE Rl g i -Dt i',z
*'lA f:[T 'M rE PR11E.-4, #:0,ll1]l13131-ll11.f ill n
th q number of May 3. jTh'osge 'wbo
know not of the surpassing merits of
that'paper may easily inform them-
selves. Write:to-THE DETROIT FREE
PfiEss, Detroit Mich., and a copy will
be sent for three pq.p.ths for fifty cents.
Flloril41a !'1Congress.
The following bills were introduced,
read, ordered printed and referred to
apprn)priate committees, in Congress,
on.the 22d.
By Hon.r R. H. IMI: Davidson: To
provide ,for the 'construction of a
pu.iblic building in the city of Key
West.
A bill to enable the citizens of the
State of Florida to transfer a, portion
of their homesteads to aid in the con-
Atruction of railroads.
A bill granting to the trustees of
the Presbyterian fongi'regation in Saint
Augustine, Florida, a lot of land on
which to erecta church building and
parsonage.
A bill making appropriation for the
erection of a light-house at Punta
Rassa, in Monroe County.
; A bill. to remove the political disk-
bilities of James L. White of Marion
County.
A bill providing for the erection :of
a lighthouse at Anclote Key, in Her-
R'Dir nitttng upproprtiations for
the ult WoeA''Pu dfnavaT dharf at Ky

--': ..... 'Jtt:ctl;;3f .ie ':coa st:ru-
t'~ ,Ainl imd *gl '.,r the UInitld
atc-Le ( t.s'ii and ut hr-r <- i:, r u ,u:-n t
offices in the city of Tallahassee.
A bill making the:port of Tampa
i. tlIe county of Hillsborough, a port
it entry and delivery. '.. ...


AA blt m asking a:|,,jiipri.t.,n for
the erec(tuI' I' of a m iiarine h'o-pital '-at
the entrani:'.- of the harbor of the port
S of Cedar Key. ., -i.... -"
. By Mr. Hull-: A bill to apnme-l sec-
tion 4,400 of the Revised Statutc-s re-
lainug to steam boat inspection 'and
h eeflse. '- '- +: '" '.

--The 'ten dollar refunding certifi-
cate-the pour man's bond-was not
intended. saVSy the, Washington Post,
to be gobbled by: s~yudicatt: and sold
at a prem-ium to-the working classes.
Anpl'. tife"':Ju: l.e allowed for the
rpcopl t6 '6 hv-'t tu t-ese bonds. 'Such
iuve-t tmnu' lhoulM I.ea i'a ahve iihl.,e1-,
and there .-htuld Ie no Ipush-iung -.
crowding, no d>c'lara:tim tllat tl,, pi'"'i:
wlh) Wan, clh:uiinre Iutl he in.a hur-
iry', or they \\ill have t,. lpty a com-
mission to a 'combination of bankers.

--The r:.wird. ,ofl'th, tra--u'ry. de-
Spa'tmum-it. -hlow that tx .Sei'nt,,r Cono-.
ver of Florila h t, bot-u aipinti li.in-
.tc -ctor, it' L-toiins al.ng lthe Fluiidl.
-tl. Hle hIs a -i:-pl t. :i' 'i,', and
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lers in the South," mentions Tampa
as having a delightful climate, but as
being deficient in good hotels, and not
a conifoitable resort for invalids.-
This is all wrong and should be cor-
rected.
Truly Yours,
J. M. HAWLEY,
Lieut. U. S. Navy.
The above letter shows in what esti-
matiqn the Tampa Bay region is held
bvy a number of our naval officers who,
havingng been engaged in the coast sur-
;ey on the Elorida coast, are fully ca-
pable of judging. With the Rail
Road, of whiciK there is no longer any
doubt, the hotels will come, nd that,
too, at an early day. As for the Tam-
pa oranges,' tfiey :already speak for
themselves,' and with-a'little movie care
on the part of:grovers' aspd shippers
in selecting and packingbfor market,
they will soon establish an uine*celled
reputation everywhere .-ED:

-A deposit of potash and gypsum
have been found on Lake Jessup, and
a firm have "bought the ground aiid
i ill take it' out for market. Spbeimens
of the deposit have been examined at
Wad~liiw'.tn and pronounced valua-


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on this poor pine land. Give to your s b-Lieute'ant, haet issued a im.rotest -y n-?-u-hncer.. SOT-T 2-3:E :T- -A--ET"S 'OR,
farm liberally in deep pliwiing and iri-t Chilian occupation of Bolivi rcuit Court, SixthJudicial] Circuit, ,
trritory. They agree to reno IIk tIor HiIllsborough Couty loda
manure and she will give you in re- their salaries and li'e on the on County Florida. Srg s K ey W est Cl ars
turn, but be stingy with her. and she rations of a soldier 'in 6rde P-r S' .Haff, .. ,
insult APIBfo;.Divorce.
wil leave you to starve. More anon. form their oaths to avenge avid MH.affee, Dill's Schofield's & Fuller's Chewing TOBACCO'S,,
FRUIT GROWER. offered them by Chili g T BEING MAE TO APPER that
their country. L the Defendant resides witiYuOt the- &thte IN ALL STYLES AND QUALITIES,
*. .* to the Gal - so that ordinary process cyniof be",e;ved LOG CABIN,.
-A singular conflagration occurred -A special tl that the eo^r" upon him, but %within the United States. L OG .
on East river, New York, 21st ult. A ton News annonu have cause -O It is therefore ordered, upon motion of the G#OLDEN EA-L2.E,
h ............. A h a-t c Iusexas Complainant's Solicitors, thatthe Defeufflant LOVE AMONG THE ROSES
pipe for conveying oil from Hudson diniary heavy through David cHaffe do appear, pleLOV, erAMONG THE ROSES,
,River Railroad depot to Hunter's the has en e to rail- or demur to the bill filed herein on the first enteni al Sobr c o.
Point, and which is laid unater the MUCli dmouston the water rose Monday in August next, or the same will *-I g -? iL bAc__.
river, bursted and filled the river with roads. etin three hb ar, and car- be taken as confessed. Sole Agents for VANITY FAIR Tobaeo and Gigaret es.
oil. By some means or other it be- eight y all the lhroad bridges. Provided, That a copy of this notice
came ignited, and soon it appeared as r idigs submerged, and shall be published in the SLAD TI- Administrators Notice. ard Pla e
if the entire river was on fire The es:identsg werr "riven oUt.' Many BUSE, a newspaper published in the town -
re boat tea y, ware- f Tp, once a week for three consecu- FROM DATE
fire boats and steamers, which rriye sseswer .., tive weeks from the date hereof. I wll aly tl f obate urtin Mi l Merchant,
on te scene were able to prevent' oses, fuie, stores, etc., ere o the obate Commiss
on tescene wereaeopreve.n flooded. Texas avenue th, riverr Witness my hand and seal of and for Hillsborough Cuntf, Statd of
conflagration from spreading Pyp s [CL.S.I said Circuit Cgurt, this 30th Florida, for an order to sell onie-third (i) 1~3 Maiden Lane,
in, up the water, but they cbu., as e ron ou to sixteen eet i.te of April. A. D. 1879. interest in the following lands belonging to -" -.
put out the burning oil, ansd e dwelL A true copy, the estate of J. W. Kelso, late of said coun- NEW YORK
four hours before the da hgBolivian Goernment is in W. C. BROWN, Clerk, ty deceased, to-wit: The and N onignments Solicited. 20 6m
four hurs befo r te oi- 'tm .. Bolivian Government is in Tampa, Fla., Mtay 3d, 8-3m of S W I of Sec. 25, and.N E I and E 2 of T..or
away. Fortunately vein o il the American market Air war sup- N W i and N E i of S E and W of S .o-h-n M Taylor,
age was done. The plies. Senor Mantal Armayo, a Shoes. E and S W i of Sec. 26, and W of ~P SETIG '--
lost was enormous. distinguished officer of-the army there Everybody should wear the celebrated N E f and N W I of Sec. 35, in Township NT. G--
Sng, from th has just purchased of the Messrs Rem -~oe made by SMALTZ, MONROE & CO., 39, Range 16 S and E, also W of N W 1.6MSO racn Gla^o &. Co,
.fron t hasjust purchased ofte Messrs, Rem- Philadelphian, Pa. None genuine unless Sec. 3Q,in Township 30 in Range 17 S and 'Lou 1
-Recent fir the cane fields ington some three thousand rifles of branded. Give them a trial.* E containing (1203-89-100) Twelve hun- WHOLESALE
dro th have 7Colo, Matnzas the most approved pattern, at $10' dred and three acres and eighty-nine one
inthe dhaver Cuba. 'Over fifty each, cash on delivery.' -He has also Sure Cure. hundredtlys. Said one-third Interest to be -ARDWARF DALI RQ
and a suffered. On eight made a contract with'the same firm The Holman Ague and Liver Pad, Ab- sold for paying the indebtedness of said es- HR DuT Tnl L. tL
anldings ere for a large suly of amount sorption Salt and Body Plasters, ForSale at tate. TSEALINA P. KELSO, s3 CHAMBEWRS STREET.,
plantat', o their Branch office, Tama, JJ P. McMTULLEN.
of royed. Senor A., it i5.s unmterstood, will re- H. P. LO\ RING, Agent. Tampa, Fla., April -2lh 1879. ,'TEW YORI. -.
of. th eyed. 1 R G -' T3E

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The Truth will Prevail.
It seems that some of the Democrat-
ic journals of the State have got their
backs up. because the Sun & Press has
the temerity to say that there has
been a good deal of killing going on
in this State,'or something amounting
to the' same i'.i'ii,. and of curse ha,
it sets up the howl &c. for the purpose
of dinaging flie reputation of' the
State and sud(h nonsense' Wee can
speak for this section of the State and
we unhesitatingly say that there has
been a frightful amnituft of killing in
the various counties of South' Florida
as compared to the population; as the
*fles of the TRIBUNE will show', withinu
l.hbelast few years. And what is more,
with the exception of one conviction
in this county, not one of the many
murderers have been brought to jus-
tice. T'is, too, we know, has not been
the fault of the Judge nor the State's
Attorney, though as yet there has
been no opportunity to try some of
them.
In our opinion there can be noth-
ing more ~jetritnental to the true in-
tere;ts of 1iwe 'tat!t than this effort on
-"TnE ~pf p lf .. ..; l r Ic L .n ,
suppress the tputh and devote their
energies tQ this whitewashing bqsipess.
For our part we have never failed to
denounce these murders in terms of
the severest condemnation, and in
doing so, instead of being supported
by our Democratic confreres, we have
seen their columns used by parties sus-
pected of the crimes to-justity or palli-
ate the crimes. In fact the Tribune has
been denounced in public meetings by
the sympathizers with these bad men,
.as a slinderer of the people, awl tlhe
editor has been threatened with a
horse whipping by an officer of an ad-
joining county-alnd yet this fellow
still holds office--for telling the tiuth
about these things. V\Yitnesses have
been run off from a, county and the
court House burned to prevent the
prosecution of those criminals. All
this is known to be truth which .we
confess in sorrow and shame; nor do
we now recur to it for any other pur-
pose than letting the people of Flori-
da see for tliemsulve.j the all important
fact that if they do not like to have
such a reputation :Ji.il, they must
put a stop to such things 'by the culti-
vation of that public healthy senti-
ment which believes in vindicating
the law by punishing crimes. This
doctrine we have tried.to preach and
the result is that Hillsborough county
a here the Tribune is extensively read,
\we are glal to know, has been peiu-
eriilinrlv dyi'*t -rtl _(Qfi- ciocds ul[
Mlood, ant. M.n m9 ea t ly pubic sern-
henLis gvj'wing tip in other counties,
thank God. ,
'If crime and Demorcracy are con-
sidered almost synonymous by our po-
litical opponents, it is our own fault
in failing to punish crimes; and in all
sincerity we ask, are the ends of jus-
tice likely to be reached by the Demo-
cratic press endeavoring to deny or
palliate the truth, horrid as it may
be?

Tampa Oranges, &c.
COAST SURVEY OFFICE,
WASHINGTON, D. C., April 10th 1879.
EDITOR SUNLAND TRIBUNE.
I enclose
Post Office order for two dollars, for
a renewal of my subscription to your
interesting and chatty paper, as I
think my subscription must have ex-
pired. The last addition to our
Navidal Colony on Gad'slehi's Pei'insula
is Captian Lull, U.'l N., a most val-
uable acquisition, 'itnilk. We now
have an even dozen, representing six-
tv acres under cultivation 'aid the
prospect bids fair to inc-lrease the num-
ber each year.I trust the day'is not
far distant, when the Iampa orange
will be as much sought after as Is now
the orange, from the St,. .ohn's and
Indian River. I'mn sure that in quali-
ty, there are none superior to those
grown in the vicinity of TIampa and
they should all be known in the mar-
ket as the "Tampa Orange." Only
give us the Railroad and large com-
tbfortable hotels, with modern improve-
ments, and Trtipar-will be a famous
winter resort." The ':Guide for tra;-


Lake Okeechobe. STATE I,, ii I I r, L GEORGE FUC
JACKSONVILLE, APRIL 25th. -The TIempletons are performing -ir,-h ini! v agent of hlis 'vrnmo' not
EDITOR TRIBUNE : in Fernandina., 1 until the war in which it is engaged is E B I SC PO ,
iI notice an interest- --Pensacola has ,l-.. the law brought to a' close. It is alo learned .J nI S U
ing editorial in your paper of the 19th taxing drunmlers. a tht Peru an mark;!e fill soon be in (S E S O T W CO
inst, giving an account of a Survey of -Whooping Co is prevlet th eri mar for supply of (SUCCESSORS TO W. W WALL & CO.)
the Caloosahatchie river aud a .ne of :tII*,,.'h; the children df Tallahassee. arms and other munitions of war, for ..
e Caoosaatchie river and aiosi in the which they will in like manner pay TM 1FLA ,,
shape o _,.c:'asehe ooos.n -[vr
t levels to Lake Okeechobee. shape of a f.J- eggif goose. cash on delivery:-oia -sg by t p
Col. Meigs' views with regard to k S lA memorial singed by the pastors of w f0s all W in* a St0u k-
ol.eigs views wo -Sumnpter county'wants to change Methodist Conregational and Epis:
draining large bodies of the best su- her count site. Methodal C onhurche n Yatonal and Fall akota, St
gar land in the Sotfth is unquestiona- -Straw!ebt'es arena selling" for 10 cts in behalf of the Ponca Indians, was
biy cornecot. You are however in error a quart in Jc4k`onville, presented to the Senate. It states
in locating New River. This river -Cucumnbers shipped from Arre- thiat'the climate of the Indian Ter-
empties into the Atlantic a little north donda are bringing .1 b quhel in ritory, to which these Indians have OUR GOODS HAVE BEEN CAREFULLY SELECTED & ARE GUARANTEED
of Biscayne Bay and about 6Q miles New York. lately been removed, is deathly to NEW & FRESH. GENERAL M-ERCHANDISE for FALL & WINTER TRADE
e South of Jupiter Inlet. Snake creek, -The farms on the Chattahoo- them; that one-fourth of their number IS NOW COMPLETE,
Arch creek and the Miama. all flow chee River have been completely have died; that they still own their
S i A eoverflowed by the recent heavy rains reservation in Dakota; that they have . vlOV'rSI_ y r., U -
int Biscayne Bay. Al of these adia has established always been a friendly and peaceable
streams have considerable fall (almost a tribe, and that tthey 'were removed in ST PL. UMA FIN OI DR Y AOODSE
Scascades w er quarantine against all South Ameri- opposition to the wishe of their white STAPLE A D FA CY DRY
cas&4des,) where they flow over the opposition
rim of the Eerladesy Thf y wre th s neighbors. It prayed tfat they might
rim oftle Everglades. They are -The IKansas inmigratio fever be allowed to return to Dakota, or O IRE S I 0OE S,
Small navigable for large river steamers has struck the colored people of Jef, that their unfortunate condition might -
s to within less than one mile from the person county. be investigated.E LATEST ST
S fall, shoWing that it would require -The bond pf Dennis .:-..,,R who WAsINMTO, April 23.--In theLATEST STYL
F but little canaling to let off an was Intral Rve senate, the debate on the apprliopria-
immee vonue of ater e fmothector, has been refused by the tion bill was resumed. Mr. t(illiDnsL .V1 GTrO ESV ISIONTS
atoii at wtrrteowa reed. nMr. I OGEPEIES & P"O VISIONS,
Evergnnse volpie of water m the authorities at Washigton. spoke in ivor of' the bill, especially
-Col Beard, of Tlallahassee, has of the secti",nforbidding the use of
Yours truly, beep t Key West t, o ".' il upon the army at the polls. Alluding to AGENTS FO

M. A. WILLIAIs. the the troubled .it..-i" .':,f the De- tlh.-- I' n.'. of Confederate soldiers in A T
.. _mocracy. e ,-,-..--I,:- said he wished the peo- iH A RTER OA K
Deep Plowing. -The Count" if,-;. i, of ple'Iof li.. .Wt1 i li en a"yated by '
'iHe that'makes two blades of grass Jackson county v.,1I ,, T,;.. a li_-ense the same wise policy as theii southern r
.grow, where but one grew befoe, is of :'-,-,-v for the privilege of buying brethren and sent their gallant sol- 9ST -I.-
r w r Tut. o ge 'bo, seed cotton. dies to be their representatives, be-
f rightly considered a benefactor of the -There are no spiritops liquor, cause if questions growgiag ,outof the
race, Mir. Emi-. -r : I would not, sold in Appl-a. either by wholesale war had been left for the solution to A_ 1 SU RGA MXILL ,
for a moment have you th'in that I or retail, the citizens being unani- the brave men who fough the war tLL
aspire to any such distinction. I have mously opposed to he traffic.. the return (f prosperity and approach
of reconciliation wuuld have been has- AND U
lived long enough in this world to -The Madison Recorder says some teconciliationed. wuld hve bee has- A
know that the people invariably cru- very favorable evidence for Hall was Mur.w T_ of Flo r f i
ify their Saviors; and asI aiim not recently elicited that place. Mr. Jonas, of Florida, followed in- E
cify their -aviors; and as E .m notT f B support oftthe bill. The south hav-
Sjust now in a condition to desie such -The ship Mary E. I ,f Bath ig been resorted to its place in the
just now in a eodiontT to desire such Maine, struck on the 1F",!.I, Reef Union, its peope were noxious to co- H A D W A A TA
disti-nguisled treatment I prefer to re- near Key West, during the ate heavy operate with thpeope er sect ious of th co-A AT W
near Key West, during the late eadvy the ptber sections of the
main as I am. weather, and was billed. She had on poent it reto g complete eae W
However I am convinced that be board 5,000 bales of cotton anud the cand prosperity everywhere.te pece Cutlery, Woodenware, Glass & EarthenwareStat
who shall be able to so present the er rees of Ke es haoe 2one to resentatives being on terms of equal-
subject of "Deep Plowinig" to the sce ity with representatives of other states, Cook and Heating Stoves,
*s e of e--The hail storm which visited Pen- they have from time to time manifes-
minds of the farming community, as sacola on the 14th ult., caused an ini- ted their interest in the afihirs of the PRICES MARKED DOWN, to correspond wi tlte times, Call for,
to convince the in so far that they mese amount of damage to the gar- nation and after a long night of es- what you ot see. iend the Country arerequeted to examine our ex
will give it a thorough trial in prac- dens, trees, &c., and it is estimated that trangeiuent they have come into the Thei t zt epaidfor Country Produce.
twice, will have rendered his fellows a 10,000 panes of glass were broken in light and enjoVment of the rights on- Te is, h J t prime paid for Country produce.
service worthy of gratitude, the city. The storm only lasted fi ferred by the constitution. ef Te Ladies, both married and single are earnest invited to call, examine and
To illustrate the beauties of "Deep fue l at tl We at 'eeiving Weekly, large additions to our stock, and our Specialty is to kee!
T-The small Schunr. Bona Ventura Mr. Jonges said he' hailed seen soldiers on hand a full snppl ciay is to Kee.
Plowing" let us take one acre of Capt. B,)b Allen, left Punt Passa on marched and counter-miarchied over
ground, and we will plow it six inches the 15th inst. fbr, this port ladened his little state. He stated as a fact
deep. What turn the sod six inches with wood,' and when near Marco, ran that a company of troops vwais marched
down, and turn up the poor sand ? on the shoal and was filled with whter. from Fort Barrancas to Marianna in
You will ruin your land IS Not quite Some. vessels'passig believe thi e vessel 187-? to attend an election, and after
'.. ...."will e a tutailos, fear that the eeiqq, he saw an officer in his own ,
so fast my fie. Let us try it. Capt. and crew are drowned, as no town remain witb th'e state officers un-
it over n6w, so that the sod and grass one was seen on the strt.nded schooner, till the returns from the voting pre- ._"7 *
will be buried six inches down. And Gulf. ciucts were canvassed. There was no P.DZ ALYNSKI ITCHELL& Co
right here not be any too rich, turn necessityy for troops at the polls; there ..,
r"ighhere ot be any too rih, turn GENERLAL -NEWS. was no indication whatever of trouble,
tie grass all under. Now plant w you- --Ex. Gov. John A, Dix died in and none was apprehended ; and when FORT MEDE, FLORIPA..
corn two inches deep, and it will send New York on 22d ult. there was so much interest everywhere cFFER TO THEIR FRIENDS AND TItH.PUBLIC GENERERLLY A FUL r
a sprout right down two or three inch- --The President has vetoed the Ar- coUcetrnig the electoral vote of Fiori- AND FRESH SUPPLY OF 01, -
es into the ground giving off feeders m Bill, da troops were present to sustain the
oal into the rd, gihig o fes e my Bill.dh villainy of the returning board, wl.ich
o n all sid l a ht d o es it fi nd ? a -- h e ir. a hitan loi., rF W y a n do tte d efra ud ed th e p eop le uf th e ir P resi-
: rich, moi.. dlc.kviag mould wh-at .'Kansas Iruttst..gaiist colored immi- dent. Mr. Jones spoke of the chang- R B i
tt Heei,, 1 ,f.. _.l ..( -.,-...--'orrr T .. .... i"+.-'7( edl ,.'&wliXt?,tian-g fr h -, nv D.,r T_. -.'," -
up a-dark thrifty stalk being well fed. --Bishop .Ames of the M. E. ocratic rule. There, as now more
Now let a drought come and dry the Church, died in Baltimore on the 25th th-rift; the public credit La 1 been re-
earth down twoor three inches as we "t.i stored, and there was more enterprise WHICHr TH.Y \ RE VIN; FPM
are having it now, and your-corn does -The recent floods have'destroved c an All older tho dominating of the Re-
n t, fr i t is fd rom t ric great deal of property and caused publicans. All people iad been stimHE I W STE NAN
not feel it, for it is fed from the rich ome los of life iu the three Sttesof uted in the iprve nt of their AND OUTHERN MARKET
moist earth below. Georgia, South Carolina and Alabama. condition, and they had awakened to
Now take another acre, and plow -Out of twenty-seven thousand new born zeal for public liberty and CONSISTiIN OF
"; 1 a eterminat`ig, nto preserve it.. The 0
it two inches as is usual in this coun- deaths in New York last year only people were now Nsatitcd with their Y
try. Plant your corn two inches be- two were the result of small pox. Sys- tate r-overnments.
low the surface and your soil is all tematic vaccination was the cause of
Sco an this small mortality from a dangerous NEW ADVET EMENTS. RO CERIES,
above the corn, and whben 11 sends its disease. CTem f irui
roots down it com~' in contact with -A dispath from Vidalia, Con- SpecialTerm of Cirruit Court,
nothing but hard, poor sand. And cordia' prish, La., reports that three In Heriiuamdo.Coiunty.. P*A RDWAHE
now the drought comes, dries the thousand negoes are on the river bank ..
ground down two or three inches and there awaiting transportation to Kan- TXTIIEREAS, There was no Court held
sas. TT in Hernando Cfolfnty, I'lonrli, in B ItBVfl13B
all that part of the soil that would sas. March last,id whereas in the judgenent TINW ARE
nourishh the corn is dried up; and it -O the st of May, New ,Orleaus of the undersigned the public good requires L
Simposes quairantine'o~'twenty days on that there hlo'lld be a ternr of thle lrl'uit Notions -1 SasebWart. 3
takes a sickly yellow look, sends up a. vessels from the West Indies, from all Court in and for said County and State as > *- vivy, ...o
sickly yellow tassel and is a fail- South American ports as far south as soon s possibl e. r t b J
nrc. Buenos Ayres. Thesetore it is i ordered, That rbere be g ?, 7B iSa
ure. Buenos Ayres. Spcia Ternm of said Court holden {n and + U 1^ ....
Snow the first acre does not look -Colored clergymen in Texas have foriSaid County and State commenting on "
as well on top, bt it is not the top of all receivedd circulars asking them to Second is further ordered, That the CJnlerk of
the ground that grows tl' e corn 'it is aid in the emigration movement of the tho Circuit Court, Sheriftand Countv Judge
th rich ois dt b w t colored race and "lead their flocks of said County at least-twentv davi. before i. rm irc 1:)1 T v
that rich moist dirt below. Now put otf the land of intimidation." the said 9th day of June next, di'w, in r Vson ar i emIents, &C.
on your top dressing and turn it under cnformit ih lw, om the lsaeof nGn-a md a depe elt b th Cot
*-A-A man named Gray made a despe- selected Lyithe County e l' ist of lnl li ,d a Tmouesamd other things too numerous to b mentioned. We thank our n Fr iends
in the fall, turn it deep and you have rate attempt in Chicago to assassinate said County, the names of Eighlteensaid J)EALI1NG am i.R...j TIt TM to ..erit. Cotin.iane bof t re sate.
a soil, six or eight inches deep, that Edwin Booth. He fired at the great persons to serve as Grand Jurors ,yel-e ,
Swiil stand any drought you are likely tragedian twice and missed him, and Specia Tlern of said Csourt', Oat aid /-
to have in this country. But how as he was attempting to fire the thid p(1) iersom, an d that the neros so aPeLtt o dH IMJ j, B E N D -E IBM & CO.,
aout ou shallow plowed acre? On it time he was arrested. it is thought County issue venires for r 'Oclock A ___ _.LO. o,
~ *, 2s *'t; i that tie mqa ic y c wazy. drawn, made returinable aune, and tlat 4 Bay At SAV A N N A H Ga
you have a soil two or three inches t ^hale m declad war cgaizst M on said 9thdav e re ^ D y day fcA VAn and Gi,
,-hl has declre war against the Slerft' of saiad Cog to law.
deep that will dry up in a two weeks Per-i and will now'fight both that turn said i-mires acare, Tarrthis oude manufacturerss C lb td I- AR
drought and everything die on the country and ohivia. Chili will And it is furthen/eek for at least three O IL
face of it. Plow deep and after, fer- greatly improve the advantages she be published one, the Sunland Tribune C, B A 'T
S.tilize the ground thoroughly and ap- has already acquired. A,4 Pobable cosecuive ved ,ea' i. the tlh Judrl COITTO TBOLL, APAGEPNA, ,ELCOME,
pl l..ho si ,^ yo ,attack of Peruvian ports is not at all .. .. GOLDEN BUG,, HAPPY LOVERS, PA N o -- -i
ply .vi,.y such top dr. u n .uhkely. The offa er of the Bolivin .pria L. MITCrEL, O.RIENIAL, MERVEILLE, EPIC RTA N,
can get and you 'will soon h.aye a army, to the numberfof seven hundred e 6th JudicialC't ofFla. QOLDEN FLEECE, NATIVE AMERICAN JASMIN- -
farm that will yield handsomely, even and: fifty-eveie, all above the grade af ..,. ,>. 4w x- rise





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;THE SUNLAND TRIBUNE.
TAMPA, MAY 3, 1879.
1. O. Q, T. Hillslioro Lodge No. 21
Regular Meeting of this l. ---. ,
Lodge. every FridLy evening,
tt 7 P. M. at the" Masonic O 'IS ..-u
Hall. R. B. THOMAS, E: S
MA4SOVIC,
Lb Regular meetings of HIeSiOdOT;oru
.LOGDE, No. 2;'. A. are held on" thi
tir-, and thira monday's in each mouth at
'7j <'cloek. p. in.
T. K. SPENCER, Secretary.
pirectory of Worship.
m rETE[noDiT CfLURCH.

Sunday Morning service 10-30, Evening
service 7 P'. M. :,I.latli School 3-30, P.
M. Weekly Lecture and prayer Meeting,
If tuesday evening 7 q.lpck.
Comn}nl'on 'service Second Sabbath in
,each month. THOMAAS A. CA'JpJTH, Pastor.


LOCAL INTELLIGENCE.


-Pic-nics are now in order.
-The schooner Delia is loading for
j- ey West.
-"Huckleberries" are being brought
to market.
-Mutton corn was for sale on the
streets this week..
-Ferrii has reeeired a lot of Key

-There is to- be fa pic-nic and
dance on Nebra.,ksa Avenue to-day.
-The young men of Tamnpa hpye
organized a Literary Society.
--Green corn is now a relished dish
,at our hotels, and not fresh from the
can either.
-Cucumber season is at hand The
Drug Stores have ordered a new sup--
ply of pain killer.
-On the return of the Steamship
Lucy Miller from Havana, she will go
po St. Andrews bay for a cargo of
cattle.
-Judge H. L. Mitchell and Messrs.
Wall and Willis left for Pine Level,
yesterday. Court opens there Mon-
,day.
---The schooner Delia, Lopez mas-
ter, arrived from Key West 9p MIon-
day last, Messrs Verris a!id Knight
returned on her.
--The Schooner G. Rop1 left on
Monday last for Cedar Keys, with a
pargo of pencil boards from the mill
pf Mr. H. P. Lovering.
-We had a refreshing shower on
Sunday last, and reports from the
country show a general rain and now
the ai'erage farmer is happy.
-Mr. Joseph Qrillian is the me-
chanic who is Innine the new wharf
for the Tampa Wharf Co., and a good
job he is making of i. i.

all in all I hb.aH'ot look %jin ifsi,
like again." ail hie always bhaisht hi"
'lutlir.s from Milh.ir &' H'.mhler-.. 1 .-l.
S-The members of the Masonic or-
der in this place propose celebrating
St. John's Day, 22d of June. We
learn that Rev. T. A. Carruth is to be
the orator of the day.
NOTICE.---e call to the attention
four friends from the copqtry that
there is a fine of $(5. against any one
Who drives on the side walks or tie
ror;es thereto. Look out!;
-Col. Meigs arrived on last Tues-
day and is now at Wqyok with his com-
pass on the survey of the mopth of the
river and the bay surrounding, The
Col. will survey both chapuels and
will report as soon as the sprvev, is
finished.
-Judge H. L. Mitchell has order-
ed a special term of Court for Hernan.
d6 County on 2nd onuday, 9th day of
June. Attention of the Hernando
County officers is directed to the or-
der in another place.
3,ABY MINE.-There is a cornimui-
ty of married couples boarding at a
certain house in Town that are,
pot blessed. with little responsi-
S)ilities, and their wives continual-
y are singing "Baby Mine," while
.he hqsb,au.ls .cone in with a chorus
of Qh pha\."
---'The Editor DIt. Wall; left on illc
steamer last T~fesday for Atlanta, Ga.
to attend the Annual Meeting of the
American Medical Association.
Capt. J. E. Lipsco,mb has also left
for that city. It is gratifying to see
the Capt. sufficientlyimproved in health
to take the trip, and we trust the
journey will greatly benefit him.
QUICK TRIPs.-The S.S. Cochran
has improved on her fast time from
this place to Cedar Keys. A recent
trip was run in 13 hours from wh'rf
to wharf.
The S. S. Lizzie Henderson arrived
from Havana via Key West on Sat-
.urday last, having made the tlrough
trip, including stoppages, in 30 hours.
She brought Key West papers of
.it.i.t.. thessame date that she ar-
rived. Veiritably Tampp oyns some
' get up and git."


MAsoNIC-There will be a lecture
delivered at the next reilaar c6mmu-
"miication of Hillsborougb Lodge. No.
2. bon ay 5th, by. Bro. Tfihos. A.
Carruth, on a subje<.t hi-ihly interesting
to the Craft.
Members in good standing are noti-
fied, and all sojouruing Master Ma-
,Ijs ill good -ta, lid1n air- invited, to
be-present. By order of the W. M.
T. K. SPENCER, Sec'y.


New poods! -New Goods!!
At Mrs. Cooks you will find. Nice
Corsets 30 cts; Hats 10cts; Hose10cts;
Nicely trirmnied hats $1,25; Silk Para-
sols 90cts; Childrens Button 'Boots
$1.00; and more new goods next week.
The Cattle Business
Is now in active operation. Capt.
Lesley shipped his first cargo of 230
]:ead fromq this point on Wedpesday,
ijst. There will be 1000 head here
in a few days for shipment, while at
Punta Rassa and Manatee, S. Mitch-
ell and others are collecting their
herds and commence shipping this
week.
The Steamer's Lizzie Henderson,
Lucy Miller, valley City, and Oapt.
McKay's new steamer, Ellie Knight.
will receive the shipments.
PjcNIcs.-The picnic to the Little
Ifillsborough was a grand success.
The Rose Buds were beautiful as ever,
anu the married ladies' presence
added tle essential charm, one of
whom was the challpion fisher of the
.party. It is to he regretted that the
" Gentle Geralda" did not put in her
appearance ps she was waited for in
lots of places, and repeatedly told she
was in request. The Frog stools
gained honor. '''
Ballast Point was honored by a
picnic too on May 1st. Those of our
young friends who preferred salt water
to fresh, enjoyed the inivgorating in-
flpences of thle same, .aid altogether
had 4i splendid time,
The G~Iol Templars
Elected their new officers for the en-
sping quarter o Friday night the 25th
inst. They are as follows:
W. C. T., H. L. Branch,
W. V. T., Miss T:. S, SMcKay,
R. S., R. B. Thonma,
F. S., W. F. Coachspan,
Trea., Miss. B. McKay,
Chap., W. A. Givens,
Marshal, G,A. Henderson,
I, G., Miss M. Williams,
O. G., R. H. Cariuth.
The Quarterly Reports show an in-
creasing prosperity. This institution
has now a fast hold upon the people
of our town, and all should use every
possible effort to encourage it.
Personal.
Master Harry Waruer and Miss.
Katje Warner of Manatee, are in
Tampa on a visit to friends.
-Sheriff Craft returned on te
Cochran Thursday last from Chatta-
hoochie, where he had been to carry
a lunatic.
"~ '. Prod. histerer returned
'iCoclran on ThuTSday from

IH. A. SrioAgrs of Ft.
en .'. :' ',:,1 hr1 r- Thur-,l: anI
lIt lor iBagdad on the Cochran.
Pleasant trip to you Howard.
-Mr. R, M. Wilson of Ft. Dade
was in to see us this week. He states
thal.aniy one wanting good sport fish-
ing should come to Ft. pade as he
has been catching Trout near there
.weighing 13 and 14 lbs.
-
Music.- i M-.. Martin Lovingreen
has-made several Eoliin harp., one
for Judge H. L. Craie, one for Mr.
D. Qhira, and the other for Mr. Josiah
Ferris. This instrument, which gives
forth such sweet music, should be
placed in the window of every house.
The Scientific American says that the
harp consists of a long narrow box of
thin boards about 5 or 6 inches deep,
with a circle in the middle of the\'
upper side one and a half inches in
diameter, in which small holes are to
be drilled-on this side seven or more
strings of. the finest gut are stretched
over bridges at each end and screwed
tight o" i'elaxed with pins--tune the
pins to one and the same note arid
place the instrument in a window or
current of air so that the wind can
pass over its strings and its mutter-
ings will do more to harmonize the
soul than any other thing that could
be devised.
Spring Poetry.
We have been receiving from dif-
ferect sources such a deluge of spring
poetry that we have thought it best to
publish our te!m for poetry as fol-
lows :
Very good-Gratis.


Medium-Ten cents per line.
Cornmon-Twenty cents per line.
Bad-Not any price.
Very bad-In advertising columns
at card rates.
Horrible (such as will make people
laugh)-Gratis.
Keysville Items.
-Crops are looking well in this
vicinity since the rain, and farmers
are happy.
-The cattle trade has opened brisk-
ly at good prices, and from appear-
ances all will be marketed except the
bull that ret with such a disaster in
colliding with a blind horse's eye ball.
-A grand celebration and picnic
is the order of the day for ]st of May,
No doubt all will enjoy the occasion
greatly.
--Theh health of this vicinity is ex-
cellent, we will have to kill a man to
start a 'graye yard.
-Be thou as chaste as ice, as pure
as snow, thoushalt not escape calum-
ny without you have one of Miller &
enderson's new shirts. It.
'"There's a divinity that shapes our end,
Rough hew them 4i.:.t we will,
SBut buy your clothes fM. & H.,
A nd ,l is lovely s i," It,
rz~~c pp


School Building on Nebraska
Avenue,
Mr. EDITOR :
Perhaps it will not be amiss (if you
will allow me a few moments of your
precious time) to give a little expla-
nation and information in regard to
that paper that is being passed around
soliciting aid for the erection of a
building on Nebraska Avenue.
'Unfortunately there are not resi-
dents enough to complete the building
without assistance from outside par-
ties, and yet when we consider the
matter should there be any disinteres-
ted ones? D.o not public buildings
benefit the community at large? Does
npt all such increase the value of our
property? Makes us more satisfied
with our -i.uro., liii. and prove to
strangers there is an interest taken by
the people for the welfare and pros-
perity of the public, and an enterpris-
ing spirit existing. The well spring of
future success depends upon (:,lU.. 1li-1.
Pope says:
"'Tis education forms the common mind
Just as the twig is bent the tree's in-
clined."
WeT'felt the necessity of such a
building and commenced agitating
the -ili..t ahbot a y'.:irtL..i -should
say our "better halves'." The weell
revolved very well until some of the
spokes fell out and the tire tired out.
Waiting for a while it was plain to be
seen that building would become de-
funct unless something was done and
with fear and tr-'iuliu.,.N we called
a meeting ; elected our officers, made
some rules and regulations, girded
our selves with a firm determination
to have that building up before half
the summer was over.
Mr. Robles has given us a delight-
ful building spot, his being more cen-
trally located than the one given by
Mr. Warner-trusting by building on
his land we would create a harmony
of feeling between the residents of the
extreme ends of the Avenue, and may
it always exist is our earnest wish.
Right here we would say we're not
given to flattery but we do wish Mr.
Itobles cold have heard the benedic-
tions pqured out upon him at our
meeting, We are spre if he was easi-
ly turned by such it would have turn-
ed him m completely aroul.d. Long may
he live to see his good work j crease
and "flourish like a green bay tree."
Now we want the aid of que aqd all
not only in words. but please put your
hands in your pockets giving us liber-
ally, knowing after many days it will
cpme back to you ten-fold, for this
building isittended for all purposes
of public benefit. And you will be
lelpdng to found a mo'umnturvf-ptror-
it and improvement and be blessed by
the rising generation, whom. we trust
will be educated within its walls to be
bright and shining lights in this our
"land of flowers."
For fear of trespassing, forbid our
mentioning and thanking many liber-
al donors, but you mpay hear from us
again.
We will close by thanking all of
our natural protectors "for the inter-
est they are now taking and urge them
not to let it flag for a moment, and we
will whisper to you Mr. Editor to
prepare yourself to be called upon
at a moments notice to give us the
light of your presence at the laying of
the corner stone.
From one who is interested in any-
,thing that has a tendency to improve
and prosper the people of this our adopt-
ed State.
Young" Men from Tampa.
We were more than pleased to greet
.a host of young men from Tampa on
the schr. Delia for a few days' enjoy-
muent. Among them is our especial
favorite OLIVER ANDREWS, who for-
mally spent some years in our service,
and to whom we shall ever be devot-
edly attached. He is an excellent
printer, being a graduate of the KEY
OF TILE GuIv ; is honest, intelligent,
and in every respect tvorthy of the
best girl on this island. There are
also the brothers Canning, Mr.
Knight, the best violin player in Flor-
ida ; Mr. H. Ferris, and several more
who are desirous of seeing all there isr
to be seen in the few days allowed to


them. We know that our young men
will show them every attention due
their sioourn, if for no other purpose
than to please certain young ladies in
Tampa.-Key West Key.
-It is certainly gratifying to no-
tice the good feeling existing between
the young men of this City and those
of Tampa. Visits are interchanged
periodically and the friendship ce-
mented more closely "rom day to day.
At present a party of visitors from
Hillsborough county are in this city
and we trust will find their stay a
pleasant one. Come boys, look after
them for they are all good fellows.-
Vidette.
*s. --'.
APRIL 30 th.,-NIGHT.
Wake me at early dawn mother,
To-morrow is the. first of May-
Be sure that my basket is full oi goodies,
For we shall be eating all day.
MAY lst.,--MORaNIG.
Why don't that hack come along mother!
And thq basket, just see now. Oh my!
The pickles are mashed in the pie and
cake,
And-oh! here they are, well Ma, good
bye.
SAME DATE-NIGHT.
Yes, here I am mother at home, and so
tired,
Oh we've had such a glorious day.
Eh? my basket is fuller than when it
left home.
That's whats' left, they're all the same way.
**


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'Why will you Die ?
Your CANCER will kill you,if it is not
cured. We know the best remedies for
your terrible maladv. These remedies
have cured others; and success is the best
test of merits. Do not wait a day longer.
Come to see us at once.
Perhaps you are tormented by that most an-
noying of a l diseases. the TETTER, If so,
we will (&'i you. Try us, and you will
never regret it. Our TETTER remedy has
never failed.
We can be found near Leslie's Ferry on
the Alafia River Hillsborough County,
Florida. P. 0. Tampa Fla, A, A, SAM-
FORD & Co.


CHOICE SEEDLING

Orange Trees for Sale.
IIE SUBSCRIBER offers for sale at his
Nursery at Clear Water Harbor, a
quantity of thrifty, well-grown three year
old orange trees, of choice varieties. Par-
ties about to plant young Orange Groves
will do well to make their selections from
this Nursery, as I have taken every, care to
plant only the best seeds from the choice-t
Oranges. It takes no more time and labor
to raise choice Oranges than it does to pro-
duce fruit of an inferior quality.
Address, B. W. BROWN,
April 17th 3m Dunedin P. O.


In Chancery.
ASo.en;t von"-t Ath J1,1reiik~ -it of Flori-
da, in and for Hlillnl,..L.rohl q County.
Arabella H. Smith,
vs Divorce,
James H, Smith, J -
T BEING MADE TO APPEAR that
t thle Defendant resides withontthe State
"of Florida, so tlat ordinary process cannot
be served upon him, bqt within the British
Provinces, to-wit-in the Bahama Islands.
It is therefore ordered, upon motion of
Complainant, that the Defendant, Janmes H.
Smith, do appear, plead, answer or demur
to the bill flied hepein on the first Monday
in December next, or the same will be taken
as confessed.
Provided. that a copy of this notice shall
be published in the Sunland Tribune, a
newspaper published in the town of Tampa,
once a week for six consecutive months
fwom the date hereof.
Witness my hand and the Seal of said Cir-
duit Court, this 17th day -of April, A. D
1879.
Wr. C. BROWN, Clerk.
Tampa, April 18th, 1879. 6 6m.


Attachment Notice,
State of Florida, In Justice Court,
HillsborQu~gh County
To A. Klair:
Y OU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED, that
a writ of Attachment has been issued
against you and your property attached to
satisfy the demand of Jackson & Friebele,
amounting to $77,38.
Now unless you shall appear before II.
L. Crane, County Judge and Ex-officio Jus-
tice of the Peace for said County, at his of-
fice at Tampa. on the 12th day of June,
A. D. 1879, at 10 o'clock A. M., judgment
will be. rendered against you and your prop-
erty sold to pay the debt.
Dated this 12th day of April, A. D.
1879. JACKSON & FRIEBELE.
8w Plaintiff
S notice
L ETTEUS OF ADMINISTRATION
4 having been granted to the undersign-
ed by the Probate Court of Hillsborough
County, on the EstaWe of Norman' Dewar,
late of Hilsb"'ough Co~npty. Notice is here-
by given to all persons indebted to said
Estate to make proiat Settlement of
same with the undersigned; and all persons
holding claims against said Estate are here-
by required to present such claims within
one year from this date as required by Law
or this Notice will be plead in bar of their
recovery.
SD. ISAAC CRAFT.
iSheriff and E.N Officio Administrator.
April. 13th-8w.


In Chancery.
Circuit Court, 6th Judicial Circuit of Flori-
da, in and for HiHsborowgh County,
Marian E. Randolph,)
vs t Divorce.
William D. Randolph, )
TT BEING MADE TO APPEAR that
the defendant resides without the State
of Florida, so that ordinary process cannot
be served on him, but within the United
States to-wit ; in the State of Texas.
It is therefore ordered upon motion of
Tlyall Willis, Complainant's Solicitors,
that the Defendent, William D. Randolph
do appear, plead, answer, or demur to the
bill filed herein on the first Monday in Au-
gust next, or the same will betaken as
confessed.
Provided that a copy of this nigtiqe jhqlI
be publihehd in the SUNLAND TRIiUNE a
newspaper published in tlhe town of Tampa,
once a week for three consecutive months
from the date hereof.
Witness my hand and official seal this
10th day of AprilA. D. 1879.
TWe. C. DROWN. Clerk.
Tampa April 12th 1879.-3m.


and Morphine habitcured.
ThOqriglnal andi only absolute
CUKtE: -.'.dl stamp for book oa
Op4rm Eatino. L, W B Squire,
O P IU M ~ otingt, n, Greene Co., Ind.


F. C, WHITAKER, W. L. TjRESCA
WHITAKER & TRESCA
173A4'EKS TN


TrAMiPA, Fla., Jan. Sth, 179.


Florida Fruitinu C(hicago.
From the Chicago Tines.
S. A. Jones, general agent of the
Fort Harrison Orange Grove Compa-
ny, Tampa Bay, Florida, is in the city
prefecting arrangements for making
Chicago the distributing points for
Florida oranges in the West. .Here-
tofore oranges from that section have
come around by way of New York.
Now they go by steamer to Cedar
Key and thence by rail direct to this
city, reaching here within ten
days from the time of packing.
Messrs. Van Fleet & Armstrong,
Chicago men, are now building the
Tampa, Peace Creek and St. John
Railroad, which when completed will
give an all-rail route direct from
these groves to Chicago, shortening
the time form picking to delivery
here about six days. Several car-
loads a week are already being re-
ceived by the general agents here,
and when the trade is fully developed
it promises to become more important
than that in California fruit. The
productions of this country include
several varieties of oranges, lemon, &c.,
and the pink shaddock, a fruit as
large as a child's head the skin about
the color of that of a lemon. and the
fruit itself a kind of cross between an
apple and an orange. It is used in
cooking, and makes delicious pies, pad-
dings, &c. The smooth orange is best
,known in this in:majkid4io. the russet
orange, whose skin bears sonle resem-
blance to that of the russet apple,-will
probably come ini favor when better
known being just as sweet and juicy,
while not so liable to decay as theother
kinds. These fruits will probably usurp
the place of the Mediterranean, for the
reason that the time required for their
delivery is so much less, whereby they
can be allowed to remain on the trees
till they conmeto perfection.


Generally:


General Merchandise, GOODS WILL rE 'OLID IN THE FUTURE LOWER THAN EVER ATSTOREOF


BRADTO N, MANATEE, CO.
Have always on hand, and is constantly
receiving a fresh supply of

Family Groceries.

Also keeps a full stock of

STAPLE DRY GOODS,
Boots and Shoes, Hats, Caps and
Clothing, Hardware, Crockery
and Tinware, Wood and
Willow Ware,
-ALSO-
BRIDLES, SADDLES AND
HARNESS.
Receive and sell on consignment.


U. S. MAIL.

THE MAGNIFICENT N E
STEAMSHIP


T.' J. COCHRAN,
W. P. JACKSON. Master,
WILL MAKE
Semi-Weekly Service
TO

CEDAR KEYS TAMPA,

VIA MANA TEE < EGMfONT.
Leave Tampa TUESDAY for Cedar Keys,
Arrive at Cedar Keys on WEDNESDAY.
Leave Cedar Keys WEDNESDAY for
Tampa,
Arrive at Tampa on TIURSDAY.
Leave Tampa FRIDAY for Cedar Keys,
Arrive at Cedar Keys on SATURDAY.
Leave Cedar Keys on SATURDAY for
Tampa,
Arrive at Tampa on SUNDAY.
For Freight or Passage (having
excellent accommodations) apply to
the Captain on board, or to
R. B. THOMAS, Agent, Tampa.


MACHINE WORKS.
P. R. POND, Proprietor,
Shops situated three minutes walk, West of
Depot,
.Jacksonville, Fla.,
0 0 0- ---
MANUFACTURERS
Of Brass &. ron Castings,
IRON FRONTS,
And Fences for Dwellings and
Cemeteries of the latest Designs.
I also have the largest assortment of
Machinery Patterns in the State,
And can fill most any order without parties
paying for the extra expense of Patterns.
My Machine Shop is furnished with the
Latest Improved Tools, which enables my
workmen to turn out work with thegreatest
dispatch and at the Lowest Cash Price.
Agent for the
WATERTOWN STEAMI ENINE CO.,
And can furnish their Engines, Boilers and
Saw-Mills, at short notice.
Also JUDSON'S celebrated
Steam Governor's,
And Knowel's STEAM PUMPS, kept con-
stantly on hand and sold at Manufacturer's
Prices, freights added,
For further information, price lists, cata-
logues, &c,, address


P. O. Box, 30.,
Jan. 79. 6m.


F. R. POND,
JacksoRville, Fla,


NE IW FIRM
OF
GRANT &LYON,

[Corner Madison and Morgan Sts.]
DEALERS IN

IIry toods,

Clothing,

Boots and Shoes,

Hats & Fancy Goods.

Hardware, Crockery, Tinware,
FARMING IMPLEMENTS.


We also keep constantly on hand, a.nd
receiveweekly fresh s.pplhes of


Groceries Provisions,
Which we offer at bottom prices for cash or
COUNTRY PRODUCE.
In solicitingpatronage we would say to
ourpatrons that we sball endeavor to the
best of our ability togive satisfaction in ev-
ery respect. Please call and examine our
w stock.

C, G. Hazzellief,





And Shoe Maker,
IT EREBY notifies the public that he has
established a SHOE SHOP in the
Ghira building, and is prepared to do all
work in his line*wltl neati.ess an .ipatch.


ialer & eHnderson

Wholesale & Retail Dealers in


G-enxeral


ilVerchandise,


RECEIVING, FORWARDING-
ANDP.. *.:.

Commission Merchants,

Tampa, Fla.,


W A FULL STOCK OF


Provisions and Fancy Groceries,

As well as a Complete Stock of

DRY COODS AND NOTIONS,

There will be found also in our large stock a full lIne of

Gentlemen's Clothing and Furnishing Goods.

All kinds of HATS, BOOTS and SHOES,

We keep also a splendid assortment of

Hardware, Tinware, Crockeryware,
WOOD AND WILLOW-WARE.
ALL KINDS OF STATIONERY, SCHOOL AND BLANK BOOKS.
We shall continue to furnish

Corn, Flour and Xeats,
At Freight and Commisson-that is at the ACTUAL COST-but we want it distinctly ma
derstood that those articles are strictly for

CASH, AND FOR CASH ONLY
We either buy or receive ON CONSIGNMENT all the Products of the Country for
which we can find a market for here or elsewhere.
FOR ORLEANS.

FOR INZ.w ORLn .EANS.


TO MEET THE DEMANDS OF TRANSPORTATION
of the Trade of this section, the Schooner

Geo. W. Dill,


Runs regularly between this Point and New Orleans, via M.ana-H
tee and Cedar Keys, and is in close connection with steamships
Chace' and( Lucy P. Miller,


And with extensive Wharves and Warehouses, we ar eambled to offer he bet fAli"ie
at the smallest expense.


DEALER IN

General Merchandise,
Cor. of Washington & Marion Sb's


IS NOW RECEIVING AN ENTIRE


ONewF StOck

OF ALL KINDS OF GOODS.


DRY GOODS,


Consisting in part of CALICOES, GING-
HAMS, DECLINES, LAWNS, MUS-
LINS, JACONETS BEREGES, EDG-
INGS, CHECKS, DENIMS, DRILLS,
SHIRTINGS, SHEETINGS, STRIPES,
HICKORIES, OSNABURGS, JEANS,
COTTONADES, IRISH, DRESS &
PANTS LINENS, COLLARS, CUFFS,
NECKIES,T SUSPENDERS, SPUN &
SPOOL THREADS, PINS, NEEDLES,
RAID, in variety, JET SETTS, BEADS
nd FANS,
Letter, Note, Bill and Cap Paper,
Copy Books,. Spelling Books, Packet and
Memorandum Books, Pens and Inks.

BOOTS, SHOES,

Gentlemen's Clothing, Unterwear and


HI A TISI

A FULL LINE OF
GROCERIES.
CORN, FLOUR, GRITS, MEAL, RICE,
BACON SALT, CANNED *FRUITS and
VEGETABLES, JELLIES, PICKLES,
BUTTER, CHEESE, SARDINES,
CRACKERS, MUSTARD and SPICES,
KEROSENE and PAINT OILS, SMO-
KING and CHEWING TOBACCO
SNUFF and CIGARS, of various qualities
and brands. PIPES and TOBACCO BOX
ES, and also unuy other articles.




TI:NTW.A.I,:E,

Cutlery &o.,
Including Pocket and Table Kniyes and
Forks, Razors, Shears, Scizzors &c.

A VARIETY OF FANCY G00DS,

All of which he wishes to sell at .the
LOWEST LIVING PICES, fox.
CASB R Aprcved Cojitry Prodlce.
Goods are marked at thg Lowest
Cash Prices. The stock is complete in
everyth jng kept i a ,ell-regulated store.
His old customers, and-the public gener-
ally are invited to call and examine his
stock before purchasing elsewhere.
No Ca avg.e Mfade for showing
Goods.


C L.


DEALER IN

Assorted Merchandise,

[Corner Franklin & Washington Str.*4


TAMPA FLA.


BEG TOINFORM'HIS NUME RO
Friends and customers that he has now
hand and is constantly receiving by every
Steamer, large and well selected sto.r,


DRY GOODS.

NOTIONS, HATS AND CLOTHING

BOOTS & SHOES,

HARDWARE, CROCKERY. TINWARE

WOODWARE, FURNITURE,
GO^ROCEIIES,
BOOKS & STATIOJER~X.

Office and Kitchen Stoves,
Which he off rs at the lowest figures. The
Highest Prices paid for Country Produce.
Polite and quick attention to customers.
Feb. 1st. 1879. IY


J. N. HOOKER.


CYRUs SNoDGeA


Hooker & Snodgrass,
DEALERS IN

GENERAL MERCHAiNDISF.

STOCK AND BEEF CATTLE,
WQL,. HIDES, SKIS,
& COUNTy PFRODU.CE ENERALY,
FORT MEAPE, FLA.
We call special attention to our Stock ot

DRY GOODS,
IAy, CLOTHING,
BOOTS, CAPS,
..'.HOSIERY, SHOES.
" .-**'ANCY GOODS, NOTIONS,
Hardware, Ti, lasswame,
SADDLERY FARM TOOLS.
And a full Line of
Groceries and Provisions.
i.,wilY.keep a Large Stock of Subtantial
Goods, aid sell them as low as they can be
s0id, and pay the Highest Prices for the
.Poduce of the Farmer and Stockmen.
STOCK AND BEEF CATTLE
Fusnished on short notice. Orders solic-
ited, and satisfaction guaranteed.


OBiCKWLL
S DUtiH A O

TOBACCO


A


'PWace $0 to $7. RevoWlevu$
Ag'C4 ateqlu pp17 o u. irue.reu


To our Patrons & Public


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NEW PRICES.
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Ca~e, nf -ln"t;

Tenn Stops, 4 Sets
liTc s, in Ne w .
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.'T .r, -i 1': 4': i- T 1 "iT i. i Case,
with 13old Bronze Ornamentalion0,only. $1CO
UQVERR 100,000o ,;i.DE 1 SOLD,
'iViN7 i.l:- H l .:I- t' III)NOR(S AT
A.\LL W, ,.'-, ,'-. i. :.i i 1 i )NS FOR
TWELVE YEA. R PA.ST.
PARIS. 18-,7 IVIE7.iA, 1874z
,.-.' 1875 PItIL. PA. 1876
l'.\[ -. '. 1_.7. :'* -i- E ... -1878
-Ili.'.-.i' I.- ,Fr .71 : L"isz-t, -lTheodore
t! .i ...-, Ole Bu1ll; Gottschalk, St-auss,
xVnrronl. Mi '. ,r, and over One 'Thousand
I.. :, of Europe and America.
I lie testimony as to the immc-ine superior-
i y of these instrument's o-ver all 'I i.i -.
i- i l) i' J iti.[ ii i ', i
^RLNTE 6NTIL PARYFOF".
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filh.i. ] j*al r'le? tlAt4,.p y,._', I" ,%? ..*i' 1
i;.r I .'ment
i '.' 1 7. .i. given to Clmurchh s,
,-.ohools and Pastors. !.. every
here. erm -in t... ri i ,, part ofw
h.." .-...r.I. "'. I .' freight b.odt ways if


For o. rmoe convenient supply of
Southern' trade a SoUlthern ,i Wolesale- 'e-
pot has been established at Stvavnnili, Ga.,
i..-. i, i, Dealers, 1 i T. laehe rs,
Y. and osto: For Iustra-
,,i CatalogneL i'.." 1 full inlirma-

LUDD" 1& lBA "


--t" ':,, I I N," l H r "7 I NG-

New Excolsicr Oil Stove.
Jamie tlie Thli".. fur .llit IHoittatkr.pinii.
It lII Br .-I. It..',. ar.-i r-.. l.o -r !.in ,, I ..r
i' V'\ ..:,l l.l,. '* I ..b l.,r .'h I! t. L A,-L N. % \', A ,_'i tL'.
COILEMAN GAS PT'FARATUS AND
OIL CO..
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St ,. ,-, t 45'KiSt-'tp -" t _,,. i, i y.. t.n -' ^* ,TI' -
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R. fHl VEIRSi lu.- bd-
U EL-TSJ ABSORPTION.
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Vy pqpln BI,'.
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P'a,neale dA131+-11- '| li,g-.lifrl il .

AGENTS t:iiaF i'a ,.a-_,'v e,.,imi in the
F r i .IIa t.F la .
AIlJresq, FI'SIIIF'. liR,'.NAT-ED IBELr CO.
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h lltlDR~l. BUTTS
rr No. 123N. Eighth St
T 9 JSt. Louis, 1o,
A., 50 au] ria,; (a-Tp e~rrra-.?an?-in via.r ;t.r.-ni *:I" re^
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-The PHYSIOLOGY OF MARRIAGE
The PRIVATE MEDICAL ADVISER
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nf .. Bar.ham's l'diflliblo

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AND DEAT P. 11N
-a Produce,
z, -;7r.P o
91 & 93 MAGAZINE STREET,
YEW ORLEANS, LA

.BEN TSCIIhER,-
WITH
I. ;L. FALK & Co.,

Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers in


: CLOTH ING,

3 S2-, BLEOdwz-y, N. Y.
BRANCHHOH'-i .--
Cor. MWhitakwe & Con. Sts. savannah, Ga.
Cor.W entw,, I .'. 1 .a- .i Charleston, S. C.


C. IR POiST. ,

Successor to POST & lo Hoy,


AND

STOVISE ,

Sugar Dippers, Skimmers and Coolers.


A GrXEr.AL ASSORTMENT OF-PANS. KETTLES, BU(IKErI' &:..

Agents For thi "SAM RANGE." the most popular STOVE.

ORDERS FRi..' [ TOWN AND COUNTRY PROMPTLY FILLED.


A. J. MILLER& CO ., MDONOUGHI& BALLANTYNE


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K ii- sM. k'r, Upholsterer &c
T.'.: '_., ILA.
Can hbe found at the corner of Miller &
Ileadersqn's Store, ready, to do all
i. fId- 1f v.,:i. 1, iis line. Repairing of
lJr., a -, .' .l -. ,.r.. attendpd to prnm lptrlv.
_: ,- : ,', -, ... i..- G irths &6.
AEiU L' pI'LrLI:SON,
PracticalPainter,
B"EGS LEAVE to-inform the citizens of
'rampa and vicinity that lie is now
prepared to do PAINTING in all its
branches-House, Sign. Marriages and.Or-
namental P '. ,.,-Graining and Paper-
hanging, having practiced the trade for
wenity years in Europe and America. lie
engages to execute all hIis work with., neat-
ness and accuracy;
N, B' Graining, Sign and Ornamental
Painting a specialty. Work-shop in Mason-
ic Building.

Lovengreen & Madsen,
Keep a complete Stock of
PAINTS,
OIL,
and GLASS, on hand,
Furniture made to order. Also all kinds
of Picture. Frames at reasonable prices.

C. E. PARC]ELL
Architect and Contractor.
PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS.
'Furnished for Buildings
BOTH PUBLIC & PRIVATE,
Estimates Furiished when Desired
Snperintending the construction of Build
s'_. ,SPI'CIAL.TY.

JO EPH ISAACS,
BARIBEIR
TAMPA,;FLA.
SH VI' ;, I .a|....;,. Hair Dressing
J..I, .i. i, i ,-,: .,,.- t vie. Shop in
he Mitchell Building.








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Henry Bruiiiek,





And Shoe Maker,
TE1;IFI;Y i,.i;f! nh.. 1.,i.b1i, th',t I,,
.L k ,- ,',11 Ii nii'l .li 'n ...**. II'iiin:it i .l' ,. \ "
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a FI.".;; _'. [...r, F p i. Iil.
SBURNHAM'S

i WARRANTED BWST AND CHEAPEST.
=i-K Prices rwduccd .I. ,,'.' a r:-.
i2-:< LI( SUPPLIES.
n/o'/,7..s" : (-hrivlituiuf. L,,nct'a.lcr
)'o.. l' )1) 3: .&i B i'it-a' .St., Por-f, Pa.


EAST BROAD ST., NEAR ATLANTIC AND GULF R. R. DEPOT,

*SAVAsNNA+I-I, G-A,


MANUFACTUREE DF SUGAR MILLS PANS A SPECIALTY,


OUR MILLS AND PANS GUARANTEED FOR.
I7[ ONE YEAR.

S1i 12.i:I. 14, 16acl 18 Inch Mills.
S- 30, 40,, 50, 60, 80 and 100 Gallon Pans.
Bein made of tI .. P>EST 1.l\TI':l I[\ I.. are i,
i ., durable strong, and convenient. A twelve
years' :. i i! .. enables ns to offer our pat- -
T rons '-I i'i.:i ii: INDUCEI! I- [fS to call :


MANUFACTURERS OF


F Lo R ( "'I.N. -l"IT'S. M EA L, l. .i ,. .h ,i .i, r I .' D lini l.r ,.v an i.ar-.
l Ii '-, i TS, A t i ', fpt l I -.I ., I .r u -l.-iard are Pi.inuitiW a.,and
_- \ .. ....1. ll l:..l. d Frank II ,-1 nu
A. LT. (, 'M' s _. c; ._ i l, k. l ;_ 1 I,, !. ,,ai 6,,. I a l i.,,t,r if.r -ile i t iIii,.
UL' ', rI.l;E A l ', IE _\ N ...ii. +,a., a.-_ ii ,' 1 l l.',,r tn- IIr..'11-, l-r i
FERRIS't C rE BRA -TED H AM ,;. .. -', I ..,,..., i ;,..,-iI. ,,ri.l ,.
R.)'l; .1.\I IN[E11 >TJ 1 1iD .I- 1 '. aa7itl, Ih- I .i- l laiaai ,,f -ai: th,- Ir ,l-"
Canned Fruits &e Preserves of ll kinds, lowing .i~-., I i, I:i,,tl-. -itii-,l:. hIlNig tand
being in said County of41il 1.1...-r.-.i.'h..'1 ht
TOBACCO & SEGARS, N E ofNW s ,.. i. n 1 1i., T- .%, n za _32,
And Fancy Groceries of every variety South of Range 1'' E1-i, ,.iitairiint ,.in.:r.r-'
Hie leeps'onhand a large stock of Good and 33-100, levied upon n. tl.: i.r,.-.erty'
Substantial Goods to suit the country trade ,-', I l .,,al' rat l'r..rk H. I ;if -"l,.
and offers themn cheaper than ever offered l.'-I, ',I.,,rlt-, t .- iri, ,j.l ,. ,':' ri,'n. Tilrial-i
before. ..I 1. .. l, -i .. [ : I ,a'. i fii' ttlei s.
V% Families, Hotels and -1.- sup- I'. 1>A\ _\a I.A1FT,
plied t the 1, .. .' \ r .il,. A1ct' 'S'1'hi ritl:

.H. KRAUS', ,_
[Corner F, ,,-1;,, & Zack Streets] Yk VlFT_--,.al TIE T AITTHORITY
.' *_ '. i ',, .' ,I ,1 .i.. y l.-i ii. r ,n i- ll -i .,ll'
TAM PA, FLA. F ,L ,, ...,I ..... hr l,:.I..- ..J, (i, I l. _'in,:i
DEALER IN ALL KINDS OF r i I',I,, lli.la i, I.',,lalta, Si'

HARDW ARE 0, ........ '".'
IRON, STEEL, NAILS, SHIP (TIAN- 'i .,.'". lI-;l ..,,,, i.'..iiit' FlIrid..a-i, n
DLERY, BUILDERS HARD ADW_-.:.. ih. M. ,,.i.,,, ii,. ',t I.,,-'.,f M. A. lI.
HOUSE CARPENTERS TO. LS, CAR 1T O.. CII|; t|l- lI. i" 'i-,,r. ibl
IRIAG i--M A ..I ; SUPPLIES. hlha ;_ ,l.-..ih,,il.l -I ..rtv' t,.- i T:Th
,-, --0 w I -i-: I" .ii -. I,'..l iil ,, i ;tI.l. '1 I1' i rllli' ,illl
Stoves, TiVooaeware, ii]vWair, ,IH. i ---i--,.-. .. ie- ii..i..-i.e-
*, l... l. ii' l It 1. 1 a r a i ll i l la 11
Crockeryware, Table and P pocket Cutlery ,'l i '',.,il;,. i ll-il...r .ii : Tlhe- j i .,'
Guns, Pistols; Amnmunition, and Locks. A N N *, .' \V I ..'s E }, al,
choicesupply of- rI,.- :S XV ,i ,_t,.ri lI. Ti.m N A .r" N W'
S ,.1 \ V I N \'i .. i...a .15. i.n T..,,i-
Farm ImnlemAntsnfallkinIds -.h-' .'5* ,i tu.,-' 11 i l-t, iac,,iiig li


such, as Traces, Plows,I-iames, Axes,
Spades, Rakes-"


iRON AND BRASS CASTING, IRON FRONTS FOR STORES, Ropes, Paints & Oil',


BRACKETS, IRON RAILING, ETC.,
-AND--


ARCHITECTURAL IRON WORKS
OF ALL F I .- .\'?, 'D Y LES FOR CHURCIIES, STORES ANDDWELT.IN(-:'.
SEND FO ', :a '1.I:' May 12, '78. iy.


Sole \ i-, fnr'the C ,.nnti.-, of Hillsborough, Hernando and Polk,


BENJAMIN & PARCEL
STATE; (AA.-EI-TS FOR. TILE SALE OF


Goods,

Consistingoftlhe Cc lQbratecl

HALLIDAY WIND MILLS -




FARM PUMPS.


I. X. L. Feed Mill, Tanks, Rub- -


ber Hose, Water Pipes, Points,4


itmp Co'S.
-Ut S


etc., etc.
Sub-Agents wanted in each county to whom liheal discounts
will.be given. For Prices, terms, &c., send stamp for cirelars.
BENJAMIN & PARCELL, Tampa Fla.
THE

BAGDAD SASH FACTORY CO.

Offer for sale at Tampa their Goods, consisting of


All sizes Glazed Sash, Panel Doors,

Window & DooriFramnes,

Window Blinds,

.Cisteran fromnlOQO to 3000 gallons.

Orders received and perfected by MILLER & HENDERSON
AGENTS.

STAR3 BAKTFHRY,


A. ROSS & CO.,

BAKERS OF BREAD, CAKES AND PIES &C..

FRESH BREAD DELIVERED AT CUSTOMERSS HOUSES EVERY
...MORNING.

WEDDING AND CHRISTENING CAKES A SPECIALTY.
All orders fr-om City and CounLry PROMPTLY ATTENDED to.


THE EXCELLENCE

OF THE

BRIGHT NAVY TOBACCO!

.. MANUFACTURED BY TIHE

MerchantsTobacco Co. of Boston, Mass.

C an beT L-ta.lI I '3Y i.' !i'.'ti i .n a. hr-w-rmy. t alling. i .-n ka, J'.gl -iluri r ;. ,ij>i>hl ..in for
-.fnillr'I trl alar .\,.tBe trr c s .th e S rnc Stl.- tei i. .'
ELvit.rv [,phiLg I). a "P.,l. Ill M-tal I.;ith.-'l" 'm h ,rM. rt.irlt.iN T-l0-.14-01 C'.Inp.aly" h-re-oun.
BOEHM,, ENDIIEIM & CO., avatiua'h, (GC.


DRY GOODS,
Boots, Shoes,. Hfats Caps, Fancy Goods.
Umbrellas A always on haind and receiving
fresh supplies of '

Groceries & Provisions,
Which I offer at bottom prices, for Cast
or tifl Produce of th'e Farmers


Black-Smithing

I n I..,. .,it. n ii. I ,;tt r,:,..r,:,l t,,
I....I k;.iii ,,I LLAL :'I.-.'aLU INti
% ilI E. L %I -IIII.N i.;UN .-M I (' -
iN ,.; ,\. ,,u l ,-Il l :i- hi .,i I.l 'iA r,.-; IA-
ble terms.
A good supply of Waggons, Carts.
Buggies, Wheel Barrows, &c., on hand.
Please give me a call.
SMay 25th,'78--ly


E iL\E, II P JEN5IN, ill


E. NEVE, I. P. JENSEN,, I. D.,
Dentist, Physician & tSu'sgeon
NEVE & JENSEN
DEALERS IN
SDrugs', Mecdicines,
Jewelry, /
rancy Goods,
f:TCU, EETC.
Special attention i. ; i ,i,-., "',,'ii ....f
Physicians' Preser-iptions
AND Fi.al j a- CO.uvS'RY ORDERS.
TEETH FILLED, EXTRACTED, and
ARTIFICIAL TEETH on CELLULOID
BASE iosertedin the best possible mariner,
and SATISFACTiON (1--t.: nk .'i,1. ,
We are also prepared tf. d9 all manner
of .work in thIe.
Jewelers' & Watch Makers' Line,
SALL WORK WARRANTED.
We invite attention to our STOCK.
Tainpa. Feb. 24. '77. If.

W.A. ROBERTS & CO.,

Druggists and Apothecarys,
FORT MEADE, FLA.

, Dealers in Drtgs, Mledticlnes,
Toilet Articles d&c,
Physicians Prescriptions carefully coin-
pounded with accuracy and dispatch, at all
hours of the day ii rii.ht, -
- ..- -T a n oa J u n e ] ".i ih; '7 ."i. '


OfFTallah asee Fla.a witA
DAVE WI WOAT

H. Myers- & Bro.
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN

TobDacCos,

Cigars & Liqu-ors,

Snvaninal,- QGeo.
SOrders solicited. Promptly Filled and
atisfactiisO GUARANTEED.


E. 0. CWYNN,


AUCTIONEER,

KEY WEST, FLA.
Attends personally to aH sales. Consign
ments solicited ana satisfaction guaranteed'
Pronapt returns by mail. Office-Froni
Street, .

1,. Spencer,
DULiY LICENSED -
AUTCTIONE-E R
TAM.IA, FLA. ,
NWill give jPpecinl :aIii nltii to all, business
in thliline. Return on day of sale.

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A. l ;il .".[hI. A. I). 1 "7'.i. Slerifi.


Si, .ii. .. l. rid .I,: I I iT ,i ,' i' a Courti
1',. .I A I t i::
I,, U I',1;E HEIEI;Y N I :V.i '. i j it' L' Iti.lu l ai.ir l.. in i.-ti,
S. i. ,u-t ,',ii -mi' VI ,,ir i r,'r- t'. \ i tli. ir-.d a
.I li-h Ih,.- d. ,i.,i.h ,,ti .. lI..r\r K rnI .i.-d l :

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.r a .I-a i' n .I oi of FI d J>. ,l aI.
I, lii .' ,\ t Mtorney, t is order l
appear plead demurt'i answer tlteli iI IP,.I
Said cause on or before the first M..n.i v
be taken against. 'laintif i





Inurtler ordered ti.t. this order be.. i,.i l ir .'l --
in TII.E StL vLAND aRiBUNE for tltv-JLilA-- oar
threee tnionn conse-utively.
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Clerk ofthe~, rcuitCourt, in and r i
T iountv.'' ;iNti ri TE Y
k Byi i F.. HAGAi- i k D.it. ('irlIk.
State. of Florida,.Manatee County.
Thisppear plead demur to answcerti tye Athe fih+i'i





office.
Said ande oin aor beforseal at PineLrseenl, i
24thn day of December, A D. 18798. a dree i -
further ordered thlat this order be 'il .lli-ci,,l,
three monthscorsecutively. ""




R\ S. GRIFFITH.




Clerk of the Circuit Court, i and fnr .-;iiu
Tanatee Coun t, Florida. .
By F .B. HAGA N,Dpty.(il..k.

Staotiee of Florda, Manatee icharge,oun..
T Xs is to erafteri li., the foreoidrg i- n
tre opy of the ratoriginal now on fi il luy




office W. ons l, la. liar-
oIn witness wlereofl p hressntieunto set a
24th day of December, A. D. 1878of Pr. '
Clerk of sorogthe Circuit Cour ina., and.I ask f ra
fIanatee County, Florida.
Wiy F. B. HEAGA N, DI. _lmrk.




Tampa, Jan. 4- 11th, 79.
Notice of Discharge. ,
ISIX MaOINTHIS after c t,-0 t t1, ri un-
ed, Admiaistrator o a t ah, i-to .,irfI Mil-
ton W.l. Jo inso, de. ease I, i l. -iit il l-r ,lr-




oigh County, wi-t lli pressnt his final nal.,r a '
and vouchers to the len. Judge ofPr,,dgeof




ofHilsborough Coun la., and ask fr
final discharge.




W M LHENDE1 LESN,Adm'r.




TampF, Ja.n. lath, 79. 6 ]Cl

Notice of Discharge.
S IX M, 'TIHS FR' AM D.-AI'.E, ithe un-
,a i. -i. I ,t- d, .Ailrinir l't ,ar Jh1' h>. 'I-taln -
oll ..I,,-n J I. Adivru-. i tn A'd ill.?i L.arouthli-;
,ilan- .Ii ai \a lna.hl '- I.n thac e H.;nu. nl i ae- of



l'r,,ii>.t : .. -Mn.I f '_.ll i\ iud ;an -.k lort a L'kto --

WM.M p.M LLENAdm'r.
']. i.1 t Fl i v. .. -u ,lr 1'78. n m .' "

N notice ofDischarge.
S IX MOi NTHS FRTEOM IATE, wie iln-.
lr-'-iulj-t.. G;u rth;n l'r rh .. WIIi.ir, Br n ( rk
I llt t :lc.a ill anit i... itam -n ol i. W itn iB.i
11'.,k,, n .IIt,,.- i..f M.i n t ve e,, l iTy i d i d,,k I
a- : lia-ral. iiar Ie lri. a ge t n a Gi iardia ship lmurch-.r
ri n od.





I-I.EMISEY D. ''E r
TPra,ic -rFik. N,., 6h..nler 7 1ST78. 36 .6m



Tuin[..a, Fla., Nojven;-mtr 16th,' 1.S75. 3>5 6ni


A(itiuistrators Notlee.
S IX MONTHIS after thepublcaii-n of-
t. hiis in:-ti'.e I will priea'en ne t af -:otint.,4,
a nd viherti" t':, tlihe Hoc. E. NI. Graham
S LIY l't Jv Judgeao f Mnuaite Cv'nnly or final
s:ettlemnient. ail an k iL to.edi--.ahlargeId from the
further' adiminli-trati.,n iof ihe Estate A.
Jtnia,:- G \William-, lie of said county de.-,'-.'.
ceased. "..%
D.%.TCL L.. HAWKiP ,,
iov. 2 '78 Adwiilrt'. .' a;
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