The Sunland tribune
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048571/00039
 Material Information
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: November 17, 1877
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tampa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hillsborough County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hillsborough -- Tampa
Coordinates: 27.970898 x -82.46464 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Tampa Blue Print Co.
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: J.P. Wall, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 44 (Jan. 6, 1877).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071706
oclc - 02711399
notis - AKR0005
lccn - sn 83016264
System ID: UF00048571:00039
 Related Items
Succeeded by: Tampa tribune (Tampa, Fla. : 1885)

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r ; _\ LEE ROY MVr1Lv. i i NEW GOODS I A :Meteor: : Caret-r. I i its culture some of them may be indirectly skill." ,Perhaps, though this does not answer .,

; ., : aided. Yet these are not the only things in to any ideal of the interesting there is ":

':4 j .- & MYERS, The( death of :Mr. Henry Meiggs; in Peru, f.! life worth pursuing, though in our material. something to our point jp the motion of A :

;,./z ) 1 has brought before: the i public tho history::; of 11 11I jstic ago wo arc apt to think so. The joy mind occupied with statesmanship linked to :
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t.r.... i\.J rrllOl.l ."U LI: I his ivmarkable life. Hewn: a man of immense that beauty confers i is:: of itself no uicau.oi a person in the disguise of a petit maHrts

-* >; l' :' energy: able to make the boldest plans I trifling thing. Pure and innocent pleasures But, if weaknesses even of the smaller kind

-:l' and; to carry o'lt hi, schemes, in the 1 lace of are the best safeguards against unwholesome may add to interest, they must be clear of
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4.-l. i 1\0 & t t | | j & CIGARS, ub.-tacles which -ovincd ,: rmuniltable.-Iie excitements. He who early learns and retains moral taint. The greatest, wisest, meanestof

. .3 1 I ( ; ; !' wa: quick to see an advantageous owning 1 the habit of enjoying external beauty,, mankind" if his greatness and wisdom did
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; .I 3 6 t I 1. I and l !prompt' : to enter it, aiul what he undertook and letting its influence sink deeply into his not make him interesting, would not be rendered

"'-,". I BAY STREET. : IX was carried through with a courage I nature, .will not be greatly exposed to temptations so by his meanness except as a psycho- 'St '
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r}i :t tAe1 which never failed, and a perseverance that of a groom or sensual nature. Beauty logical study. S.

. ". f per 1; ; .A .A.H, GA._ held on to the end, though; that: end VIM: ruin.. U eminently refining purifying! ennobling.As The biography of Macaulay himself shows .

:: I I nsf i Assorted M e l ch andise.... IIi$' history icadd like a ruiutinco: from the the eye which perceives it w the most him to the. outside world in an interestinglight

f ;: time \ :\ct.8 Ci;,.,ar Factory No. GIG tinge when he made a fortune in California: delicate awl sensitive::; of all the bodily organs, with all the elements\ of tho unexpected. -
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!! ; P' >:VA. \EW'alai:. by rapidly subduing its founts, and turning 1 I so tho inner sense which responds to it is the While he shone before the world in one
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.<',/:':,'; / .... --- Corner of ll'afihiiiyton Marlon .Street, them into lumber fur the use of the throng E I most tender and refined' of all the faculties. character, he had an inner life which no

!l. ,,' ,-_. & GORDON. who were lloekinginti( :: .* the country in quest of I To-cultivate and develop this sense! i is:: then to stranger could have attributed to him, and

if.J.. f/I/ .. '" ( ; ) TAMPA, FLA_, gold, to that supreme moment when he gavea exalt the pleasures, to purify the desires, to this inner life wa, as it seems, the more in-

;*.. t fi banquet among tlu- ;Iinw-lad peaks of the refine the feelings, to ennoble the aims. No tene and engrossing yf. the two. To illna-

;>'i'i;; i i FACTORS h1ld' CON ST.\ TLY IN STOCK FULL Andes, at a cost( of half: million! of dollars: one can expand and intensify his sense of tured people, even to persons with nothing.

J;: I LINESDKY to celebrate the railway which he had built beauty without Being l a betftr man: and but his public aspect! and circumstances to goby : ,r

c- I thoii.-ands of let t above tle: lc\(1 1 where a locomotive breathing out si sweeter influence than before. his brilliancy, versatility, and domineering i
i I. B. AND '
I f. r ever climbed) before. Wealth, fame, It may be, as Socrates declared, that outward powers of speech might eeera to represent t .
l' i GOODS: the whole nlan ; and these qualities do not
I j-owtr, va-t achievements: unparalleled exoitenii'iit beauty is but the emblem or expression -
1 :I make a man interesting ; in tact, bowas too -
f 1'j f n Merchants. dirhuiuir and sdiame: : were all.. of what is lovely, grand or noble in the much of a prodigy for the epithet to occur to ;
()\ crowded into lei \\ricillif! ,'. I Isis life Wa' I
'j | : unseen and spiritual world. Certain it is anybody as descriptive ; still no reader of his +;
r 't 1" SAVANNAH GA. Ladies d Gentlemen and CMlto's Hats, I }public one, and nil of hw works wore of public that they arc closely akin, and they act andreact biography can withhold it. There are man ,

i ri t utility and importance.lint upon each other with tho most perfect idolized in their families, and dull or fantastic *'< J
i i J 'd, Sth 7 after all \this ha- been said of a career: harmony.
) '' Boots Shoes & Hosiery I interesting to nobody, the element of nature .-
\ntor. i*. M. ZIIXM.KK.: : : which awakens\ wonder and :a certain port of I Whoever i is imbued with the of beauty .
I sense! pure and unalloyed, being wanting ; but )!a-
: : admiration, the le."son to be drawn from it is ; I will involuntarily create it around him. l'\ulay's.letten; to hu Fitter, and tho dalightful -
if & ZIEGLEll: Gentlemen's> l > Clotting and Underwear, one of warning. .\ careero brilliant: ami It will give a grace to his demeanor, a fitness image they raise of His:: home life placed 'I r.
side by side with the blaze of his public fumo
attractions f-T the
daring hagicat: I !
: young his words harmonious
? to a proportion to
t-v HANDKERCIIEIF'S; KIHl'.OXS, LACK: and the i moraat.; : They arc 50 dazzled by constitute him a specimen example.-Satur*
.T Grocers his conduct. (Good taste: and consistency day review.The .
: the : !success' of the railway king nod
will shine iu his domestic arrangements: and .

IN"otionH and Stationery. ltIilliouain.?that they do not notice the lUi his business affairs. Unconsciously, by hia Graphic's Telephonic Account of .

i.: .fit .' OF WINES AND LIQUORS, dt't.l+ :and crupuloiis acts which are mix- I intercourse, he will develop the samepower the Interview with Sitting Bull.

I I' 51 53 & 55 New Levee G>n I'KL.UXKS: : LAWNS. )MTSI.1XS: .I.UOXKTS( 'J: th y stain::; ail corrupt the whole life ; theyasalre I also will beauty *
the with
they respond to Our communication
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miu: :<;Ks.: KIKUNV.S: ; ; ( 'IIl.n:< ,
iF '. :\IL'l.:'', tithat: the enterprise*; which ended in around and ting Bull's' enables us to state
New Orleans. III1TI\IS.(: :VIII:1:1'I\i.-: : = I them with fresh joy fervor. ; camp
i IUCKOIUI:>, osx.vr.i'Kfis.jr.ANs:: : rorrox-( = leaking its :author, "a fugitive from jll.til"l"l'l't'wt Let then the culture really was said at the recent 1
i us no longer neglect
% -f .MI) :>5, WISH. PH11'TS; UNT.XS: : O 11.-! terview between Sitting Bull and the ;: .
: wi-e that tho '
,1 \\ magnificent
f. LULS I'1'FF' :$. :\ Et'KTIIol"I'IIIEI: : : : : : ::O:, | : ; this important part of our nature. Let us.. Commission
t;: # If & VKTSBUUG: :O:1'l'H :SI'CHh' ) Tllll.llr; : > TINS.: XF.KIHJXltUAlI : :- I which} involvtd the ruin of a nation's credit I States :
hearts receive all
i ) !: : ", in varu-ty, JKT: :-Err: liiAl; : I'S unlawful ovtr-5 isie of bonds its open our eyes our to Cau't have anything to do with you
and the
I 1 an.l F.\\'::. i i: hy the beauty that they arc capable of taking : His Majesty Sitting Bull. You're a
,I i! director, \\a*, after all, a lamei.table: failure, I in ; let us welcome its pure delights; ,' andhasten of !liars ; the truth isn't in you.

WhOC5aln! Mm in Letter Note Bill and Can Paper i and! that the gold medalvhiih were given tocommemorate General Terry and his associates i
i iI :' to shed them on others ; let us: give it "
a banquet( of unparalleled! extiavagance
I a place in our daily life and thoughts, and
Oh, you l1cedu't put on airs, .;%
.. Goods\ XotiOll&e.\ 1.11'1,1.: .", :SjH-l.in: : ;! lU...k*, 1"1(kd ant l Mi morr.il- i ; : are only the memorial* of a vaulting let its presence ever dwell in our homes, to ting Bull. You're not aware of the
: : duo Hook: *, l IVn-t and Inks.\ ambition which o'erlfapcd 1 itself-Behind i
: ; .hIt 5 and purify them.Interesting. your own demoralization. You've got
'. ., tte. the "splendid career," which captivates .. .. to it aud don't mind it. What can ;;.,,
'J ilot -- -
t .A-ppliaiiees
10,. Savannah Ga. I by ite! audacious exploits the unthinking and pert of you iu the matter of honest

:Sm-li: a* Coinli-', SoajWj: Fxtnirti": 1'ow.l. r and lYrfuint the young ia torV: of r.\lllef'at. of I the remorse I : People. when you don't deal l honestly with :;
3. 3. : .rv, Ac. I know all about you. \ ;
tf. that: compelled/ the! !irrcat man: it) sue iii'vain '
-- I In pronouncing a person to be interesting, What do you know ; asked<1 General(
; : that the ilJ,1idlh'nthith! stood 1 against Tweed remarked Bull '
A RT & seutcqtiously -;
1 him t toe l cancelled of un.-at- we are claiming more comprehension of, and nIl the chiefs how! :
Cutlery t &i*.., a- :; former might: : I. responded
; i>lud ambition, and, in a large;: part': of clli- I insight; I into, his character I t than: iu attributingto Temple of justice, which i.i leaking ,
: andY\ 3csalc! Grocers, I IiK-ludiiic r t l IWki-t .ami. .. TlI.: Knivi* aiul fork-*, Ra: ir.vrcial cnteri'rNc ant I wn.h-.11'u.'a\'llr.-.Y.! him positive qualities.: In fact, there is day's min, leaked; four millions of 14

t1.1 ; .in; itnct .IS I';irk Place, zurher: ; : iiITa tic. }'. b rt''r. an u.-sumplion' a certain claim equality)., in and; ain't finished or done leaking yet I r:

,_1. the title. To be fit forit the Chief and Prophet.All ;
conferring subject
(1\\ 1 Toll ri -- -- --- a
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NEW YORK. : i ro, ; I responded, how 'j..
rs. : ; I I TinSensi' of llcattty. u 1111lIIu*t have more in him than he Bible-man Gilman steal heap money, /

and r'T" ---L__ XaiK=
,- of nil il.-...-ri;|>ti.>,it4 t>, Miit tiiniarktt! : J There i i.t 1I"thihidt| more iincti\vly t:; suspect, sume sfiking, or amiable contradiction .All-How! t.:

) Tin Ware to the outside tone and bearing. Persons Half-breed Chief in Canadian
marks true projrrV in fducnlion than: theini'Tcaing I '
Ilegardez done Big i Temperance, no
ro :
I. brendth ofyies-.vw.,ich is taken of f of weak or excitable minds are .constantlyfinding \ and brain food. American Popular

Jcrmamntly; locate! ia Tampa the wholeubjcct.. (rr.dtmlly: we are discovering ; people interesting: through; mere mistake Insurance to?n. II pane toujours. "

"l..U-Ayin-TK !' '}: Groceries & Provisions '! that) i-.uin nee'not! .' ( morel the, and! blundering.Vc/ ; would, therefore .I know. Can't Ilemcniber.

t .:' ; p .. :Sitting: Bull-Plume. Family
down in the'various cour.-os: i.ftudy, but t we consider to be himself: wholly without this I I
: OMtX.: Fl.Ol'K. (JKITS.: :MF.AI., U" E, l'.A: n.. Three hundred thousand dollars !
:- "a Stovn : I : much\ that mu-t be gleaned\ from other delicate quality.! The one 1 purpose and! aim
r'-! 8< 1 JF.I.I.Iix 1: t'II'1U11'1'1'1:1( ;: : : \ : :. (ell I:1s1: : I'.;: :S\K-: smu'(, .- ; that he In-+ nt only one -.t of ,fac- of affectation is to excite interest, and I undisctruing I I S. Bull-Not an honest New York
!KINKS: CKACKKHS: ( : : MlVr\Kl: : > and M'H: 1:>. : I Ii
1,\ : {. ...- aivl inrM > > many
r< :n i< rm? dive; 1 K ICt: : ):-'lNEandl'.ilN'I'ull&: I > !-M< >KlN I < i an.I : '
: .. .. ha oSNITFn= .i <%I';AIS::, ..ivarioM real and sham to the All-How !
: j.i-c : *ink ol-1] s I ht rM. \ nti-\vix: (1i; TOU.\C) < true culture includes thecaivful: nurture of f respond appeal ; I I'
1. i:. HA ,* iiialittrM| ; .? ami tirand: !*. 1'11'1:11I,1!: TOB.H'-I I S. Bull-Lawyer man. Break
: YXKS\VOP.TIF.: : but if there is one thing more than: another
:' ; < 1 ('0) J 1H: lX US: aiul also many ..II., r artit.li*. t'wryart.I body's will. One hundred thousand
l. ; -== : Mar.lt lltl Trig ]err. I Il1..f Among the hitherto neglected | .\ wliuli; hex -lu-M to roll at llio Lt) ))11'i1.IV1NI }:::
or: nature: ithe tire or perception beau 'nature. Many jteople are not interesting -Howl! I
0 5 I'lIKT-S: f.-r
r E. PABGELL, t t ty.'c all have this i i in its germ, !but few t of : : ; !but no one who! is not natural can be S. Bull-I have a list of your busted 1
J-: ncvrr think it worth uti while to cherish ,i interesting; to sen.-ible 1''t1pll'-Xot.' of course!' ings buiks.AllIlow.

& Contractor. : CASH or ApproTCd COUNTRY PRODUCE. :and improve it. Vet thrru! is scarcely one :that: there may: not be aside of concealment I I S. Bull-And! your life insurance ;

fj'R, ;. I } ) 1 I I I of our f.n-uliie.: + that it so amply provided, f for !! or display, t for interest attaches to. complex nies and runaway bank Presidents! : M."i,

and Specifications IV-ins: thankful furl j 1'a-l: hew ill t-iulonvor: to tit nilI I in the l'lUIIt1Hlrl,1 athij.I 1(entity pi r* characters: ; but it i is only "h.re01: see nature Oen. Terry-Noble savage, why
I future. fI\Ir.I.( k...'j.in; uji a IT1.1..Tt. : ut'K. ">fall 'atltthe: attire\ universe.: Mountain and assert it-clf that'w are interested. Kve- man when her down ? 1 .
.1 I nth (It.tNli; | a* are in iloiuanil: in llii- niirlvi-t: ,
: : Bull Canst thou catch
:S. leviathan
: : d for I -flliiij; thorn :na Lll'a( lu can "tiir!; .! thorn Rml l valleys, flrl.ot.t and jnoadows, ckies and contradiction. between the manner and the
.. Buildings I a hook which thou lettest down?
'\' I I Il'a\in.trimdtciti..nlhi.'lU-Idle-? wmU' oceanare\ full ot'it. 'f I 1IIWIO wo explore I bearing: of the man, the diameter: borne before -
thou elect honorable
"I'! Iii< taatumerI iIisold! l cnlotiuraiul the |1"11.- an legislature:
s aIM>> I : ')11 hlic niicl I Private, lie !:'m'ralh', art iiuiu l t.. tall :cud txaniinc ]I.i.! I nature the more: do we discover of her loveline I!I the world and his inner life, excites: an i Board of Aldermen ?

s 1 t tt' :pxMls luTt-rv |pnrrha-inq i c1!-.'"lu-re. --'. :Science' i... every day revealing new I interest, and.I where I this I contradiction U revealed A Commissioner-General, let us go ; -

I furnished when desired. \hearty\ i bv. her di-'cnvcrie*, and 1 1'n". stcces-: in an unexpected devotion) to the simpler I don't think we can he of any use here j
: | ; ,.. UitMikiiHruiiioii; of IfiiiMhi-o; ; ;. a ," (Via rye Ma tie for .hindny (lootl*. -itn.t'knuwlcdgeopensup: ( harms of whichwehadncvir duties aud atlections, the person) General Terry-No. Let us hear the
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ago out. We arc at his: Let
I Ii.t .1..lie It'i;, :;i.! !. 1----- -pI -, ,-- -- dreamed. Only a: mall j'or- w ho s how s it is i eminently interesting. /ay all his ray and do his won mercy.
: tine of creation can miili,.tcr to the IICCCSMties : i Hiography 1' reveals these contrasts. Poor S. Bull!-Ha hag I ha A house :
HOTEL. I r NEVI: it. r. JHNSKV.: :'If. i>., !,
-n 1 I II of the body, and that;, ]nution can only Charles Lamb so airy and witty in sj>ecch, r ajain.-t: I -df. Two governments ; 'i; J
I Dentist, Physician & Surgeon. : Washington and! the real one in Wall I :
bo made available by toil.-omo lalK ; but known to the world even as a boon companion i .t:

..-. l : ,I) :.r I'1 ( ) I. j tl a. the :seine of beauty has but to awaken to its I with his hidden grief and I his life long; Two r'curc5tute: governments : 1 \
i round trying to patch cracks in the
4.1 b: ana ): own incd to tind the whole: univeise waitingto : sacrifice which few would have undertaken stitution. .

."Ii' pour upon it the. richest supplies. In and f fewer still could have endured to the All-How how : ;
lIE.\I.EI '
: ISt I
:'.} ( ) ":sn. : HAVIXll IH-CII c-nlaruo.] and) HUM caseour tll'>,irt"" far outrun their po...-5- end, i is an example ; :and Cowper, in the Spotted Eagle-You people lie a ; :
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nun fur the r ti.tion of e\'ef'whert Go to 'cryman-ask--
i between his humor ;
.. i strange contrast and hisgloom
i 1)1.1I :lli: "
:t. i >, ( re-ere. t for good butter. "Yes. "Goode .
between his dome-tic
) ( I winning gentleness 4' 1
: :
: : i Y(': : "Gooll fuh-got>tl meat? co
:. -.High, Dry andPleas l1t. Jewelry Fancy Goods de\ eloping; to rospoud to the wealth of beau character and the harsh severity ofhis Tru-t to grocer)mane' word, buy 'em t

r : : with the I I..t. : ty that awaits its recognition.; t It is i: :u-: if, in 'I I graver verse, was pre-eminently 1 interesting 'cull home, smell! 'em' Pah I Good for
ETC, ETC.I ( a-; C.'x'illi..itl''| palace:, filled with chuicot pic 1 to all with whom he was brought in con- ter. S oao try Vm with nose in store.

\i \" connection with the House. ture.and yutuary. and adorned with everything tact. There is another contrsst t which is out-all right. Grocer man show
Cheatiu's fair with i if find i '
o \ j II (ISAAC n:.\l-T. _\gent that ta-te could tugges-l to make it attractive equally interesting, especially iTsTtuuds.. with : Little you no out ,
;;; : -J, 1i' :":ll'bl I ailluti"n'n to tlio, COMl'Ol'XIUXl} ofPhysicians'1 so evervwhere. cheats ;
; f' ) -- the inhabitants were partially' blind, a strong lil'nt.of. their own, nntht\c; search Little cheat father of big. cheat Little f

j : -''-'" ; i \ ASD\ CKDAll) KEYS. and could 1 baieiy: di.-tinguMi; one article from of illustration: on views and poiuU on which gain father to big foxy gain. Now let R

'. d ir :; Prescriptions(' ) another much less! comprehend 1 the lovvliIHVS I t their bwn faculties. are exercise! We do woman Wife-of the-man-who-ecatters- ;

.t:r. : l >: U. S. :MAIL. STEAMER, by which they were surroundinl. Tlio I i 1I0 suppose, for example, that Lord! Wellesley speak.All-How. how 1 111'ife

: AXI!) FILLJXO( coir.vT/r 01JRS.I I world i is; full of beauty that we barely see, or, was abstractedly a casa specially to our -of the-man-who-acattcrs-Bears

y 1 al1.11:1'.1 seeing; yet fail to uuder.-taud or to enjoy.It purpose ; but Macaulay writes of him, "I ara Shoo Shoo-fly Git Dust ? White i iI
; 1 If f r 'tM FIUALTIKTII: <.u l'iLLI'1.011)1.1-1: >> : l: ;n-noi l clay. however j be questioned whether. : particularly curious, and always: was, to am a miserable squaw. I am -
t ; in the UstiMe| niniiner: and :SAT1.-SFAITIOX I alter all, it iso i important that this sense know him. lie has made a splendid figure speak to vou and to your Great t

A, -;' _.....or. h I (GUAKAXTFKl; : I should be quickened 1 und sharpened into keen I: in history; and his weaknesses:: though they Lies. \\ e pour swill and garbage on ,
and him, and I am rubbing it iu Scat! a
,." ...1-. I r. cbcr1I&1i1:: in We theJewelers'are' lISt> |>rf{>ariil to do all manner nf work I appreciation. It does not help a man to .. make his character less worthy of respect, All-How how how I #,

'" 1II'T! i ( 1 : i it: JAMES :\[ .'){.\.Y. I earn his living, or to grow rich ;; it does not '! make it more interesting as a stud)." Goingon S. Bull-Now you can go. home. ,

I Ii ) fir CvJar Keys via Manatee,every and Watch Makers' Line. give !him standing in society poliitcal power to give a description of the person of that a pipe i filled with stinking weeds Take s

1 Thw..la\. J ( ; it docs not add to his stock of knowledge or distinguished man, he !!a's.II, Such a blooming your master at Washington. Tell him

t ( br Key-;' for TlI.nll.t"tt )l:1u..tl'C.ntry ALL WOKK) WAIIAXTKD.: enable him tu fight:: the battles'': of life with I" old !swain! I never jaw ; hair combed with put it in his mouth and smoke It. It f
be }'riJlv. I a make him sick. Now You
r... : : We invite attoutiou to our STOCK. any more -UCl"l"' :'. It is true that: it doss not : exquisite nicety, 'a waistcoat: of driven go.
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-rt5 zIHEStJNLAND: :TRIBUNE. Severe fetorms have recently prevailed up I.road., and that it i is to the interest of this sec- rious navy yards with timber. :Much of this great distance he sacs : I It is like writing Loevengreen kMadse1

. forth, resulting iu disasters nt eea and on lion to build! it, and we hope that ijoliodywill I land is suitable for cultivation, and' has littleor 'for posterity ; and Tcminds me of one of Mrs. .
-- timber it. The bill authorizes Rowe's Alcamler istrej> inform the. puWic thai ikty Iv ;
1 leave to
iu) Be"
the lake upon t
: iIARL1S x:1kflNs leave here this evening with other supcrriptou. SHOl'and l'aJri
Editor. a
: any ) :
the of the Navy to cause an examination hon, in Rh8Je ) $ r t-Angel J opcntI CAUINrTT MAKING
1 : aOItN 1-. ,,;...!t.t' Ausoclato. Feosacola has abolished the quarantine for 0 idea than that the noble work i is to begin iu Secretary to bo made of the condition of all no more than would be expedient in_ such an liIILoW\l Oil store, on \a-snington died ia LeCZ'JliIler

:. ; f __ his *. n. earnest and that quite shortly. uch reserved lands except that upon which intercourse. One drop packet at Lom do all to"manner lIenJ r.oon.of tir..t Mr c1"Loevengiefl york In hili lme PCIIAlltS adi t'to". '

: .,. TA FTrA.: It is elated that John Morrissey is seriousy the Pensacola Navy Yard is located, and to bln-trt. and in hours a friend .to 4 making SAFES BEk"TJ-\OO. TABU ;;
.t'". '. ascertain whether not such lands it fresh if it came anti all of furrn4nre: he is aLto
'. .r ill and that he will have to come South Charging a Phantom.The or are or gets a a l tort :v .
will be of any value to the Government for in ice. It U only like whispering through along pared to tK rtp-uriw? of all kind in Lw line.
'; .bA.TuBDA.Y to recuperate soon as he Li able to travel. Guardian i is so to oppose 0 something one that mal Ue'ire tkd :
: :. :;. 'UOV. 17, 1877. eager naval: purposes. All lands "which in the trurujiet. But suppose a tube let down S1r.lrt will furnish anr and ,
"" _ The dowager of Saxony is dead. with I.\1' l's j JLiVfcrfof all iiie* shapi
editorial last week
that it
queen and
, -. r' --- -:-- published an judgment of the Sret..r", arc no longer r from the moon, with yourself one end PICTURE KKAMKrf. MOULD!:

t :!: ::\ CfScial Orgah for the 8th Judicial Circuit.tST \ in opposition to a measure which nobody has quired, shall be to the Secretary of the man in the other ; it would be some balkto COR OILS, amid PICTURE n nIsus at 4Secheap*

., 1tt.. : -._ -.----- ..- The. Elections. proposed, or even thought of proposing* It the Interior and L subject to entry and sale the spirif of conversation, if you knew that poible nrtf.

: i': .. .. : 'JJr. An earthquake hock was felt at various The result of J lost week's elections at certain is Don Quixote over again-charging, not a in the same manner and under the fame conditions the dialouc exchanged with that interesting April 2M'1S77. */'.__

, .. ..' '. 1f- ,:;:-'. ;, points in New York antI rome of th. points will certainly be a. little surpiisng windw ill, but phantom, an olistaclu which a other public lauds.of the Unite theosophtst would take two or three revolutions "BENNER & PINKNEY I ,
States all of in its
that higher luminary
i ; provide-I l persons passage. ,
;': : :..l. 'eWEflghfl4h3t&teionthe 4thkL S to both Democrats and
.' .. '" Republicans. must be the product of a disordered braiu. iu good faith made impr'cmenL on said' Yet for aught I know you may be some paraang t

: :1'. 4 -- ._ While the former must feel somewhat disappointed In order that the ataurdity of the thing may I reserved lauds, and who occupy the same uighcr tfr.ttt primitiv.klcaPlato'smatithan SHffPINfi AND COMMISSION MEECHAm.!

1 1J I6Jrdic of gtiltywas rendered i in at the result in New York,-the latter be more fully appreciated, we give the entire shall be entitled to purchase the same at a we England here }have the

: ; [.1.' the Cordozo case at Columbia South Caroli- price to he agreed between them und honour to reckon ourcln'f Lamb's
.t; .. will evidently experience a greater disappointment article, which as follows f upon] sup NEW YORLCowilguui.imts .
t nan It u considered likely that an appeal at the'result in Pennsylvania the Secretary of the Interior ; but inch a jiositioii about the dialogue with the Jan ,

.. ;' trill be taken. The Fruit Grower's and Agricultural Society price shall in no case be I less than $1,25 per the moon wi not arnicar JK> wild to the peo- Cotton Solicited.
: It i is the Democrats in of
true gained a victory
of Hillshorough county i ii right whenit acre. p'e of gener.tln. a it must haveapvured :
( I -.d r New York. as they did also iu Pennsylvania. memorializes the authorities for a signal __ r to the public of hU time will bo .
a .\Vall /.Co.;of Tamp* ,
: Zb Grocery houses in Plttsburglt.Louis: I station but when it asks that the sli.\\n take from ar ldr: w )Iu'n. W.Vv
but the t party's majority ia New York was at Tampa ; i[:CoMM fx II'\TIU.] by following, "hich'C 3:1iLE&LIIEU16S.

-P :: : '. 4..CiDcinn:1ti threaten. withdraw their Io New garrison of Fort Brook be given up to the the Jiu-lcsouville Sun und ./to** : .
: not great as was naturaUyexpt.'CteJ.
.- .:3:,:. :trade from New York City and send it to York all it the county, for agricultural. purpose-:,-we must Fort.Oglen and Josh Creek--The Baptist The Amrrimn, contains the first .: I
journals disagree, as to
seems and &I'mjf
: 2few Orleans.A enter our protest, care opposClI| to the o Assocatma---lmmiraUml what may be the tiK"st woulcrfuf -

: ., respective strength of the two parties in the government giving that beautiful jpolt of the IuIr'cmcnt South < invention of the day. .

'. J.. .- A.five brick mill Senate and House It i is thought doubtful ground, for any other purpose than that for Leaving the quiet, thrh'iog.jage of Fort Nothing could be more incredible than Coimnission Plouse I
story was entirely
: whether i which it has IKXJII used ; viz, a military post. -
the Legislature is Democratic or Ogden, we steered our course for the likelho of once more hearing the voiceof OP
destroyed by fire .in Philadelphia on the Tth.in sanitarium of the anti .
Republican joint ballot. The Democrats It is the great : army ; ( yet the invention of the new instrument -
i : .J' *t,arid as a result two hundred an. fifty on we urge upon the Government, to put up Jo>h Creek, where the Baptist AA.cation i-' said to render this possible heroalter. S. B. DOWN ES & CO."I
some reason to expect different result in session. The citizens had built
ru l ; persons arc Uirown out,of employment.r suitable building, and improve the ground, was an It I U hue that the voices are ttik.,

.- ** i from this in New York while they had but -lay it off in walks, and help nature in making extensive arbor mil when gathered beneath. but \\hocvtfrlttu $spoken or may

'- : "IS' ?t* Hon. D. W' Vorhece has been corn- I little reason to expect such a majority inPennsylvania. it the prettiest place iu the South. Thereare its shade,there were at least nine hundred souls sp ak into the mouth-piece the phonograph, 189 Read Street N. yI".l s

the whole however a good many gentlemen that have had !and who words recorded 1 it has the
Upon are by
: : listening to the words of eternal life a* they
-Ii taisonsd] by the Governor of Indiana fill their on that }lovely of ground but <,.iln. O..aJl ei,
eyes spot ; that his l be .
assurance speech
: is victory fur the GJV. Kiev may
quite a party. fell the The ,
from preacher's scene at
the in the Senate occasioned the shall it while write 1p
: ; vacancy by they never get we can audibly in his tones long after he himself bas

:, -death of Senator Morton. No better selection republican, was r lcch.l in Massachusetts: and talk. It will injure the town to let that our arrival wapiiMiiresqtip! and beautiful, turned to dust. .A strip of indented paper S o n tit 0111tX Plod11ce.SPECI..ALIT .

- :' could have been made. Vorhees i is a but the republican majority was: much.lass in gioiind f fall into private hands who will only the white tents of the worshipers were scattered t tr.tveh through a little machine, the sounds:

I that State than it has been heretofore. The hold it for speculative purposes. When jou; of the latter .A, 1tREnRF.Sn
Democrat and poescuscs a high ortler of abil- i promiscuously over the camp ground ; are magnified, ant l terity.centuri5 t
- latest accounts at the linn of this writing lo' want to get your hands ou that garrison, here and theme coiiM l he : crowds which hence hear as plainly as if we Mere :
H- I iti' our voice is for war Tim asking that (11
senL has become it liii-
not give XeJt'rscY'i complete return*, but the garrison bo donated to the et'untfur hud recently arrived-wcmliug their way to Speech as weie, ... ('.\:".*, )1 \
agricultural mortal. The American .
4 "i ;' How about'the resurrection of Brig- it is believed fi, \h; bey.;,ad doubt that Gen. purpose", i is, a little too thin. the arbor which. occupied nearly a central The.po.-sibilities Scientific 01" the. future are says not i w. W. W.\LI., Tamp
I t: c"," )iam: Young? It is rumored that there is a McClellan, the Democratic candidate, is One might infer from the tone of this that po hion.. .\* ve ncarcd the stand all sCI'ntet more \\omlcrful than those of tho.present.mulL JOHN JAl K oX, ).

plot among the Mormons to have a prophet! elected. A Comptroller wn the only officer the Guardian i is an organ wha-e! !pecial business still and huhc! 1 The minister's> voice 'out The orator. in I >ston sjakj, the indentcil J. <*. \'Wl-IU.>, Xc\V 3Izmnatei.P1ItII York.. i j

;_ :: Jjredict the resurrection of. Brigham,. and to be elected in Maryland, the Democratic it ii to shape the i policy I of the national be\ heard loud and clear asking the Maker's: strip of paper is the 'angible result : but tinstravels : iLNI ..4tf.. ;
under a second. machine which _
-, that he Will' nominee receiving a large majority., The assembled ni'iltituile nnd may -. - -'-- --
at the appointed time rie from administration. The people of this coimnu-_ blessing Upon the connect with the telephone.l Not only w j

S )-ie-deaa, or a place of concealment, or something Democratic State ticket had no oppo-ition in nity can recall a uumlter IIf things opposed t wa involuntarily bowed our head us we hrard! spwtker heard now in San Francisco, for exatnpU House and Lot For Sale

.;' of that ., This would produce a Virginia and of course swept everything bv the Guardian, which ucceuded in pi'0 of ttl\gray haired ntt'r:1 of his MaterV er- *, hut t by passing the strip again under ,\ (iCH D (y.w IfOt'SE with 5 room*-on* \

first c1aS3 sensation, and would also indicate before it. The sam was true of Mississippi, that opposition and st.md now to remind it of I vice pray for the friel(1( and loved ones in : the reproducer he may be heard! tomorow. .'.1. tory and a half, MliiMcd on M'.rjin SL in the 1\
t* the Governor the nominee next ar"oc next century. HU .speech town ofTain1u. Apply to W. W. Wall A Co f'.riuform.itiotu' \
that being was
: the Mormons sect. pescnt 15 tant states, and that the aliens here or
: are an i its: utter impotence. But this i is alight di [ < pray 45 .-: .
in the lirt instance i is and \
____ re-elected. incomplete reIJI _
Ths Wisconsin
returns are I the inmate- of the old! .
.' grioll.-lll attempting to rejtort what the might never give simultaneously, and indefinite repetition --- '

161 The Florid Immigrant for XoveroLcr n.s yet, but the Democrats are IMJ- Fruit-{ rowcrs and Agricultural] Actuationproposes homestead, cause for sorrow) and ICjt.t.tl'r is possible.The FOR SALE. i iI

: cat c to; U3 this' week in a splendid dress, lieved to bo the fcucccssful part).. The to do, the Editor of the Guardian prayer tha minister-1. Scales: new invention i purdy.mechanical Und the weft fide oC I\
v.t teAJU.I: tract on
and is a 'interesting number of that valuable Grccnhackers polled very large vote in who the bus been missionary to no electricity i is i fa) a simple \ .. hplace.
very is at a great disadvantage, l because he is never by way, a : \ .AT Pt. 1'entli near .1. iin'" -known IIi '
: that State. Kansas and Nx-bra.ska have affair of ,vibrating plates, thrown into vibration John 11C1I For l.arlhl1ll&raprl to-
periodical. Among many other good gone there. Ho would have done well to content the Creeks and Choctaws of the far west, delivered !
r time human voice. It i is crude t-tf.
by yet, Wall & Willi" 1-1.1" :
,things too numerous to mention here it contains Republican, but by smaller majorities than himself with the leport of the ;proceedings nn impressive sermon from the text- but the principle has been found, and modifications -__ _._ ,,_TlIlJlltI_ : : _n__ 0'
.. ';'an. excellent article entitled-Florida u- -ua1.- Very little- hbeen- heard from- furnished him by the Secretary of the II The wag: 'of sin.ia.dcath." Ha was followed I. and impr"emeut are only a matter Ol-liJu11e[ IVo. 2BK -. *1

; TS." Texas::_whidi we hope to give to our Minnesota. The State ha always been lie- .Association in which report| we find nothing I by exhortation by Ic,". John W. Hen- of lime. Si alSO! are possibilities other IT OUt) tINE by the Town Council ofth.- *H

traders probably! next week. There has been publican, but the present election is likely to respecting Ft. nr iiofT.inii, That it shall not lie Lur/ul
in thuT"
be a proceeding of the ? Why Dot, for the ownvrs eI(unmilL or iimnufjctiirvr*
be close. These show that the past
; : for some time an immense immigration into very results and it our recollection serves us right, sung au Indian hymn in the Choctaw tongue. if by imply talking into a nwuthpievt o irgpvech r tn ntliv jlu? "niviinnilaiion! .31r-1lIlJJ"h" oralxut .

) .;. I Texas, much of which might have come to Democracy is growing iu favor and if the the garrison was not mentioned. The truth f The meeting was closed till night anti thenin : i is rl'r.ICJ. ou paper, amid our correspondent llitir 10ftIUi".0111.l" ftrcvt*! of thi Town..baviIg4
Inn tint alll..r.ua nn'in 'rz 4 Florida, had the people been thoroughly, party cautiously guards its present opportunities ,about the matter is simply tin*,--one mem-1 i the sombre gloaming beneath the starry can by the fame p:j er hoar. IMspeak clinll, suiihit] .nie :.1. bunivtl or rarritnl s

tad! in>ogard to the two elates. We have its future success ,is secure., her of the Association stated that there wo.- a canopy of heaven, words,of eloquence fraught; ? A re w *to have a new kind of batiks? .li-tainx-! u t !I.-* tii.su (1) mile l Y'I&llhe I limiNf _

1. bwn. told that the travel on the roads to and -A report in circulation to ll.o cflect that the i i with the great hII .in;to mankind: were delivered here modern, is Ciceros no reason should"not why the.orliun.be .of and our f Sn-tli;i-i Town.2n.l.! It I.a| rot I 1" !bwfll for ano"nr or'ifl.tfliet

. from Texas is almnst an Suggestions for the Unllro3(1Icetlng ) the '. faith convincing rCt'orh. of iv of the ntilU 0: in.in lw."tiri" aiori.ii&I >-
; simply enormous, "oycramat would probablv '.:\ tt<> !IioM: ?.J frOl txt, by : fictaehably that the n
we can run .
h.ucd:1 ,
To- ). O 'I I & to tit" .; :mmv .aw..l -l. tI itil- ur I.niu in
equal number moving each direction about a reservation, a Pllrtion of lie lands so held 'i soni2 and to the imre eejti.al opening indented! Ill!i| s through the JIhinf and in tlic IIilst-i'r! '.it/h ltnir: c.r ti) platv: t..r *ai The talk
;- as many becoming dissatisfied returning mor we think.and to our friendson at present in connection with Fort lire >k. ': jtitMious in the heart hope may: the quiet ( our own apartment: INtjii again, il.i-t, chips ur *!t.i1I)4 ou ti.<- ttank ('f paiJ river ;
the subject of a Railroad from this point, ":\.' the aze can U- w: .lll..1 into -ai,l rii'cn
ami! often will, to the
to ttrcir old homes as be eea still wending lead! their God.Tho : I a.s at we eloquent
may It i is well known, that this is a largj I bxly of t=> nearer approach Jst-i.'. :Sr.l. Tho t.Wfle14 {'r r.j-uaxt-r* nf all mill or
the more we became convinced in our own word Nor are we restricted to .
; Oirfr weary way into the State.t land: of which the garrison! i- a very il1.iai-1 s1akcr-.Iohn: W. lIntlry-seemctl l.ku lumufu.ri.-s iii the i"aM 'r ."n thnt ue Ml.:1U11w'r ,wt -
mind Chat the work lie wor.U. Millie may bo crtliZ.1 'ti-ivrs! f tbcir .mokc f
._. can accomplished.And u wel chili i>nn ide rpirkxtin >r ,
; r the this conviction forces itself ficaut jxirtion ; though the garris.m is the! !! to hold the minds of his hearers "ldllun.l, Ima iii" nn Opera or an oratorio, sung l by ,tat 1."'hr t!,;Iz.Iit. .)1' bIU t.c &ta'h other ,'C:2tl- -

; -, 3 The FforUa Xfto-Yorker foe Novemer more only part of it u l'tl.II. ) the govciiunuit. |i, tid: members! criwktI the mourners rivaitot :Jiving: vi-culi-.t. t, thu-: recanloJ, an.! tiv.n r-s-hlmll prevtlit all daniir t-ffirotn iht'surrouix'iin t
\ reacted this week superbly decked. upon our mind, the more we feel inclined to I of l-iiiliii'ifx: iii:t I lo* than "
us ,
,, > dismiss 'the idea of tram-road Now what the Association propped' was j i I Ita.s truly a olclu. occasion, ami it ,did capable being refloated ; we .til'l. $5. '
a altogether .
its title page Jbcing extensively illustrated. simply to a=k that a portion of such of that : not tal-e : great stretch of ths imaginationtocarry p- Thw (>rIinaiic1itII In- of force an,1 (fllvt from
This ncnber is more tta.n usually interesting.Amotv It[ would be well for the people to assemble : back the A I>.\Y Of THAXKSGIVINCJ aol .ifur mae! m..iittxiitli iLosit. Iktviulir A* L?.
: land! a* the government mi:iit ccass tll hold one to early apostolic day

. ; ; a number ef very good letters l from to-day with a singleness of purpose,-not divided as a reservation be donated-nut to private" ;; anti the sacred: ,)cca-imi5 arouiul the lily Is;l'j;..*.l '.\ the Town uinfil of tli: Town ,(Tame

various of i1\c.State is iu their minds as to the kind of road : Proclamation by (Jovrruor Drew, uu- tli.' !LIi.; ,I., of Xowinlur.t. I)-. 1ST7.
practical bur
parts a parties, as the Guardian would have u- believe : ('it" I was :,>rry that I was not prt4e11tihmirimig iu.W 'Fhimirstiny, November nth. p.i .
that we shall undertake to construct, nor is I I Att.rt, Ji in TKHitisTown
: ; ittess-Uke communication from Mr. C. B. but to the county of which tlio }Editor; J the I eniiro mooting, I but it 1 bappoiu-d I Clerk. Approve!

!. Dodd an Ex-Philadelphian" who has there likely to be any diversity of opinion 1 lc : It Saturday that Til'i.. K.jAtKWMavor.(
was on
hiniH-lf i is a very self important citizen. The !! t>> impossible. A )'W"I.Ut.TWS.T'te .

chosen Manatee as his future abode and is i about this, if the people can: be brought to idea: i-> that the county shall u,e this for ng- ;: I icachcd tboV ''Xind and! I Jt to leave. early rreM( ut of the United: State, in ac- X.:7if. .

- : pleased with that locality, as well he may be. believe l that a Railroad can l bo built. A i I ricultiiral purjM-as" under which g 'lcral : Sunday, so I lo-t a rt'\.r: part of the conl.iuee with a revered custom and r,f giiuing -

His letter shows that a man with some ingenuity narrow-gauge railroad is va-tly preferable to head migli specify: fairgroundial agricultural i in-tin. and t the -o.-iati'MH: ; connected with tlio bountiful' nifrei of f Almijhttod ) THE PEOPLE'S PAPER I :

do well in South a tram-road and we hold! that it is in the power we (; in the general welfare of the country,. ,
:- and industry can experiment.. both of which would: be it. There nine.minLicrs: ., : at the a.-ociaI -
wee reciunaieiuN in
-k4 or' s'.tcrhood of
our state- ilay
1 L Florida. HU letter docs not present an extravagant i C l'1c immediately to tim and cd quietly, except -.
immense i I importance to the einniv. In i I everything pi-: > ult of iiation.il. tliank-igiviiig. "
build it. The of such
7 i picture. He says *' iu ome respects expeii building a speaking of suitable localities on that re.tate t have many
: 1 like it in others I do euch road has been fijrurcd out by some of our I and 'be tlunkful the Giver
I not a which extendinto the country sjine'liLance j e. mo.t practical business men, and the most of all I'ooil. The that i is closing
make war rapidv
: candid to
statement as men are likely ladies of the Fort )
imbo I ly alliiileil to the .Irri the gents all : -some Ogdonhvlic'and '
( ) ; .U uuiutt'rrufltl j
literal estimate of is not in ; bos witne:1..1 l d \withinour '
for all time to come nil over the world, no expenses exec- l I'ine I w.ltllikc to ptirc .
I idea of each one evidently beiii', that tlie boy-"
j..c liIIl l". Tlio pestilence that iu\\uk-tl &iU.' t
of the of tlnte-e interested in the enterprise --
means .
\ I
;! ; perfect Paradise being likely to present itself government would) hold tlicgani.-iu zi niil) continue : exonerate myself in t lies'* alfiirs, but I ami of our sat| indeed it is scarcely likely that the I.
for the occupation men this side the: grave. ; to Use it as )tretltore. We did' not nfi.id \\"lltlllt! bo ju-t, !inco I hl have the remainder of the State has liven unusually -

f He docs not hesitate to ad rise people to come amount of money needed lor the work would mention thiin ournt i issue becau- we j I to say that my 11"1 companion: and friend- healthy. Our industrial interests have THE SUN AND PRESS
even to bo a heavy tax our re 11"II"'p'rc.f.; Our social iiK.ral and!
prove upon political, ,
to-lo'Jo dD.. thought it would bo premature, the wlucdlcuviun E.l: ('.-!lo t his heart, I expert mine would .
._ sources. In view of these things we fluggc"tthat material: interests have improved.We }
-- having he'l )b.L..cd, upon a ii tie re j have g-HK' il';i, but ijrtuno favore.1, it' hiilug : '- .should peck of the Great Giver in- I'uMi-lit-l :1.Jad..I1.i1"t'ry r.lt.rniuJ, exct{>t
the determined talk an .
the to
The Sun and Pre** contains statement people cfnto )1..IHI..y. at
port. We make the-e >tntenitnts in older to gone lolo.a!). creac and conlirmatioii of these blessing for.
and( but railroad and that
committee foreign railroad nothing i
tJt the Senate on .
place the A--oeiatioii .in a true light before : Hut tll leave these o digrossimis and return the future. Therefore, I G Jcorgo F. Drew,

:; ; relations reported favorably on John Welsh they show before the meeting adjourn that the public. We can :scarcely coiuvive ofaiIvthug !''t 1 more i"I.irll subject*, Josh Cr.vk is athrivng governor If the State of Florida, do herebvlecommtnd $(;)0 1*J 11 YEA.11L

4U minister to 5U Jatncs. The New York they mean Lu*ine:3. The estimates we speakof that TIIUH-.UAV, the 2'Jth' o'f; I
1 which the
which the (Quixotic Editor of numerous -
: Sui .thinks that Mr. Welsh i is an eminently will no doubt be submitted to the meeting upon flrlingltlcm.nt November, instant, bo oli.M \'tl\.i a ilay of
: : the Guardian l'l! exin4 l his ink unl hi.i :' place alo'ig! t'lOTreok' iwli.lt. thanksgiving, prayer: and, praise to Almighty CHEAPEST DAILY IN THE SOUTH I ITli
in than could:
the United a more striking we -
r imporper person to represent present breath with le-s likelihool 0:1' tailure, beausoho J Health I is good I and I al I thin -* 1 look promising.Tlie God.
States at the court of St. James, or at tbc-iu hcreX that we will not hoi 1 .i
any (; proposes to pi'event \\ 1:11 nobody i l oningo tree are fllnt fruit :mlthe It N i a g ul,1! thing to give thanks unt. K >rv AM. 1'ar.s.s i j.< the only' nmrnins i I-1)!*.fJ.ul.liIu.l
::4 ,other court. The Sun finds the firmofS.it for this article any of the thunder which : well with the Ijimi, and to &.ing praises unto 'fI\.' name.O \\i H.iri.U, :uul tie onlv '.no rwivmj '
We have thehigtite.t are Sugar
"%v. Welsh credits with 138 tlavcs in the may be uod there with beUir c'fccL Resides proposes to nccompli-h. not bar: :I.ke Clrl. ( Mo.st High." I lh" .\is.ni.noll'rt-M I I'i i-ji.it.-u-s.! It contain all
< objection to the >tcp-5 Iu j.ropo.--ea to ,I making will soon begin and. then 1 for the In teotinonwh'retJf I ilo ) tlw :Statean 1 tity now, thv world lii-uktt rvpftrt-
: herenuto
.official tax list of the Spanish government, the proeut unaided ability of our people set I ,..! h'I,- v-irktv of ,
1 by rtl'h\ tlil l
.' take ; on th 3 contrary, we experience :sort : YI. M, liliny well hold on a minute ; I can IIIV." band 11a,1: l cailsa til, !Ih. nHivc.1.... .I. Ii..(. .or.. .if i iitere'sling: artiiI's -
this it is well -- oli'i.ri.iU
to ant
the tax tocarry out enterprise, I citrir-jit lujiii-H, i it in evcrvw.iy
F who on
and these figure
r : fares men consider that the road itself will be of delight at the pro-pee I of the a.iu-ement: i| hardly go 0.1 for thinking of the wrct times I seal of the State, at TallaliassW, the capital, : ju>t MM.li a J.-TJH the |1..I.le[ of Floridwjnt..

'.; f'tT books of the Central Treasury at Havana, a ltOun'cof with which this comm'inity will j ('omin This county is rapidly settling up tin seventh d.iy of :o"l'mh.r1. 1 1877,
of South wealth which we cannot now estimate. It -uPllicI'1 and of the imle enJence --
; says the Sun are the S. & W. Welsh will the I |> of tlio Unised' State
and in few
Editor rai-es a ,
whilst the
knightly li. \ years present appcurnncc
Wharves Philadelphia. The Sun thinks will enhance the taxable value of the land the one liun.lred' and Mcomi y -ir.GKO. THE WEEKLY SUN AND PRESS
t for war" nnll l write* to CUlcul: to hold the of either :cttlincuts. Tlii is en'-ourag- i ii : F. I h:t. Governor.Uy : .
? that it has discovered that Mr. John Welsh for miles on cither side of the track and increase I W. I I. n lance thirf-l
would i to who live further the trade the (i.vermmor.tt.tv. r.tumi P.IJHT, neatly prinh..J.allll .
or die in the not : ; us .1.\ :
r Is interested in the bu incss of the! our wealth iu that respect. Its effect garrison attempt. .I j fillisl with illh.rt"'lin; reading iniitU-r" It i* by
I j Mirpri-e us at :m time to Ice him brushingup : goos to Ogden.SjHaking \ I). Uloxham, Secretary of State. I flr llae- t'l1l":11".t JIt'w"I'tllt"r ;I'IIMi.II..1! in the $br.
k _above named firm and hence its idea of his upon immigration would 1 IKJ magical. \-- ) of t'ao health of this re- Sun &C 'tAJi. I 'nh' VMNiiKr' ...2tr. ..t.LlFe.4TIlE
old in the country
that cannon garrison,
L and West would rush rusty : ; >f"N AMU PUKxs: .
the United States pIe from the North I WMPAXY.Jnrkumvillc. .
unfitncss to [ _
represent ) that I found of oldest .. .c
: which i is now u>ed only a.- a lainlmaik, in : rill: me sonic tlU 'Florida.'THE .
been effort clear into this section as they did to the gold regions \
has to
abroad. There some
U : order to have it ready i for It'n'ict. I i is ztglorious '; 11 here I bad met in any' place: ,-four, sev Ho For Tampa Bay!
this matter which has evidently Fuccecd- of California nearly thirty years ago. SUN. &.
; up have iu iuid-t whone enty-eight old, or twenty, over
thing to our one years ffcen
,11l'thutJ1C Senate : Capitalists would iu.Jst all along the line of j I
ed otherwise it is doubtful I
ixtOue of these Carl Grove Hotel
broad and toni -
views and attachment arc so 1:1., Orange 1873. NEW YORK.1:
submitted the road and make improvements and many t "
would have ,
committee a .
rejwrtJarorable .
: i j4 \eritable 1 He has ,1 tH c children -
;_ .' tional. Such a man evidently knows no : !patriarch. -- --
1r. Welsh. would eagerly take *tock iu the r aJ. This i .1 I IIt. Ai the time
: has l anpriKUJu-t! for the renewal/of/ nub-
: and >t
and no stale, but tile nation. As grandchildren, all never > a
,, 1 r would be a relief if needed. A railroad is jut county only i t T POID riptioiiL, "M K: M"N>ouM remind iu fritn.Ui andiliwisli !
; long as we have among m such an ('miuch1;| inn:liter of his family. Counting his, sous' \ ,'ntfvi-i\whirc, that it i-t n L Latest News Dr ,itlcs. what hundreds of tle>e people are waiting fur. l'tIILi.I..r-.uiu"
cetioual love of and wive-, there were and all on the for thiir 'mid ""1'1"1'l'ltOQ| iu record
.Cmi1'CSS quarrels uot a little over the They have heard of 1',1II1plaoot! the beautiful example of un country j fnrx L. CRAXEHA .r' <0., PI'OJu-lt-tOJ./f. for the pa.t ten yoiirH it IX-II..M for continuance

i:. 1 bay and harbor, and have been wantingto un f>lfUh solicitude fer the national welfare II: ground. The old! geutl'lt was a little of the luarty ymltllhy! and Kont-roii l'I..J jin-nuioa

army bill. Dr. .J that '. troubled. to his family as he which have: hitherto been extendol it from
and glory ; 11111?)U'i'C1 pitriotim get together In-t-n thoroughly renovated and! w nowfitrtherercptioii open every"
have hcituted because there is
Later exchanges do not give anresults come, I I of quarter of ihe I'nivii.Tlie .
; N the la"t rllrt of a canuotleceive wanted to have their picture taken. I is X..rtlwm"i..itAlnt.. ; Dally Sun i< 3fj"ar ,' of
change no railroa. Tran: ortation i is too Mow, ouu.1c *t 2Hcoliniin -
to necessitate important j All who here li
., that seem any nccvptaii'c here. strange that iirarly all of the"c old hale and] wjnurned t wih'tirweredehighite.I. i *, price by mail KX vents a month, or $U.CO
'. in our notice of the elections elsewhere. mails too p "-equenU They would feel cut off Thi Ittrality i i4 particularly n''t)lmenI'tl i a> a rert ji r rear.
tarheel.the old North
: :' along from 'A gjjrld. Rut let us have the road .- \ hearty men are I *> for Invalid'. The Sunday e-lition of Tan:Scx i. an eight
torrn prevailed
: .. A northeast, snow- PU1SLIC LANDS IX FLOItiDA. State having lost many of her bet sons and : No paint will W ppnred to make (;iucU fe't.1 l at '3g- .h H-t of.columns.. While giving the DTK*
of the 10th inst. and tbe-'wihl come, and w hoi they come : ..
; tbe.Hudson on the night ; daughters in her early day by emigration.Our home and comfurtable. of the .I.Iit al conUint a large amount of literary .

: ,-' .Success seems to crown Russian arms of they will conclude that this lithe place, the A Hill Ih'l!Kne : : th'ose' of the Turks. garden spot of the State, climate, soil and -
1 laic, rather than j them to Entry. and Sale. pleasant as we anticipated! and to use a com.o Poooll.ai,1 $1.20a !1Ir.

is said to be alarmed everything considered. It would ir cre&l-c which find under the Henry Bruinick The Weekly Sun.,
: r *<: -5 The Pope's pbjsciaii The following, we moil expression, we !began to think that some- ,
weakness of his holiness. the business of this section to such an extent, Who} doen not know TUE WJ.UCLY Sex? It circulate. .
New York will be
above head in the .
increasing ,
L ,.zi. S'I ,I time Jordan is a hard road! to travel. .!* throughout United Matex, the
-z r'a,< '-* France is still in tbe midst of a crisis. A that in a short time the business done here !iuterecting to floridians generally! and especially -: Meaning no disrespect to Christianity or to and beyond. Ninety thi.iw'nd fantilien tana.ha.greet iu

| <- for. would wake our town a city iu spite of elf.Propel'ly \ welcome wetk'lr. v*1 gard it in tho
: favorable Issue may be reasonably hoped to in this section : i-agw light of
i e. many jeople we will leave wher we started-at l .
c re-establish the owners could not make a better in- I you you ptiiile, counsellor nnd.'lrind. Iu new, editorial,
: ; i:4: : South Carolina wants to WASHINGTON, Nov. -4.-The bill intro Fort Ogden. CHAS. R. PENDLETON. agricultural, and. lrarr department make it es..

whippiLk p vestment. It is vastly better than putting duced in the Senate by )Ir.Jones, of Florida, nt-nlially! a journrf' for the family and th* ftre ide.
in a bank. And besides this of the Terms: OiUJ'l)Har a \ear. pont paid Thi
1 Jacboan1ledi.scon its health bulletin money every to authorize the Secretary Navy to

.: ,in consideration of the cool change and acre of the tillable land along the road would transfer to the Secretary of the Interior; for A "Wonderful Intention. Boot and Shoe Maker, !: price newpoff', 'i nty published..l'I.tQ..ide"'l For cluU makes often it the'chealt, with 110cadb.

be utilized and the prosperity of the entire entry and sale all lauds in that State not j Charles Lamb's ideas about distant corrcs- we will K-ml an extra copy free. Addr.M

the good health of the city. section augmented. It would infuse anew needed for naval purpoes, is with a view of"j pu.lctl', expressed with a feeling of wonder, HEREBY notifk-t the public that he keep on PUBLISH OF THE.SC.V, New York (jity
vastly .
:""A gentleman informs ns that he saw ice atjSarbyville facilitating settlements and impf'cmilt"therdu. : at the of his time, assortment of excellent leather anJ 1 .

__1 4 on last Monday night.John life into everything.Our Under the exiting law, large quantities will tend, to tuggest great t the progress difference between L* preiared]. t>> do Hiilxtamial' : and neat work at. fair : Now i b the time to advertise in

: Welsh's appointment as minister to people will scarcely fail to see, duringthe of public laud have been reserved. in that time in the world's history and the pros- prices.JacktonV Corner Tuini-a, Flo.

'' ; C*., neiaad baa been confirmed. meeting, that it is possible to build the j FIJrJI for the purpose of supplying the va- I lent, Hjieakiujj of writing t a fricD'at\ a .-'Jn1y1'77 lyr. I TILE TRIBUNE.'J .

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: FHE SUN LAND TRIBUNE. t4 Capt. Sweat'a 'well-known 'i ; i : I more Northern climate' would be utterly -N- 0- TICE-- '" < >.. & '.<( -;[ffi
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: House at the foot of Franklin St. is I|I worthless, will, in Florida, owing to her trop ., .. -' .......

,. 'A TAMPA NOV. 17, 1877. with fresh oysters! from the bar daily. I, i ical character, yield valuable productions.For Notice is hereby given that the following described lands will be sold at public auctioon '

+' c ________ are in with such n example, the 1)l1i11.*t pine barren laud tbe-&l day of December 1877, at the Court house door in the county of Hilbboroogor ;
:L ?. : ; MetltotUdChurch.- }prepared every style, of Florida. will pioduce! without manure, A much thereof as will bo necessary to pay the amount of taxes duly assessed against
paniments as oyster lovers may desire. luxuriant crop of :SUil; : hemp, which yields Qf sale and .,
i said lands together with the cost ... ,
= PBEACHIXO Every Sabbath at 11 AM&PM. more profit to the than the richest land
!solicits the patronage of his friends in acre L. J\bl: AlvK)lA.*,

.,' und 'Hllaln'--Iflt. 36 / will w lets cultivated in-u"r:1r; cotton, and tobacco Collector ofJiectuMfvrllilLfLafouyh County, -1

r : f.t v SABBATH SCHOOL at :3 P M.. 1 So it u with num er.us other valuable Iw. ..
r I I ) to Sot cruber :4 l 1'77.-
'PRATER ze- The last of the tnn op. left the tropical produvts that mire i adapted to the -" .
f ,'i MEETING Every Tuesday night.J. ,: jIIU; lat Monday for Key W(>i't. Our : hind that would in mow Northern climates lena --'- -J I-I J ;t-Ttotion of IAmJ. "I (J T. J i I.Ii J (' ;-i l.lmotwt_ -

t, .),. J. SEALLY, Pastor.Lemre :, will mi* them from the Mn-oU-the ) ur yield nothing to agiiailtnre.! \ Besides this Peter \\.Itraut-=-.:" = : lot 1=4?:-3 l.!*.:k..****.:.................... fj.:

<' ---- ---. ...,----- ------ -- -- : \ : there arc in Florida 11ft Mountain waste! no ..F M Vugs* lots 3 & 4 block 45......................_ 3.31I
;J AIL Arrivals and ante of whii-h they tented not a little ; barren prairie-, i and! l tlurj: aie' but few acre Ixwis C lV*hiong swl J of nw J 1.........?......................... 6 29 :l 40 9,91.!
... ,,- Departures.Aniyefroa' liven. The troop that have been : ) in the whole State not under cultivation that I Virginia C Emil nwl} of nwl................................_..30 202J Itf
"; Cedar Y. Tueacoday&S:1tUNSY (CP.M.; \ '- are not covered with valuable .. 44 of neinw ........................_...........- "' :''9 15ID: 120: ti.RS .
p f, .. Manatee & .. C r.Y. 1 here, are, upou the whole, a very orJ C/a timbcr.-Er-' Mosca 8 Hewitt }of ne|............ ..?............_...1t :3t 0 4'3.' .'. ,
.. ... Peace Creek ftitnr,by S 11 eL 12 M.Galaemlle dy of men, and we feel safe in &; (mgr.l I'cter C 1 1 aye!* bwj of wjKW ....................._.............2t 6 :!i:1 40 13,6:1: -
1 [ Wedjcuday G P.M. I ad Sarah 1I0wI1.,1 l J of gwj...............................-.11 29 :3 4o1b.3 .
wiohes of the -- -- .
opinion that the -
J 4 t .. PineUu Saturday W e,)t 4 p.c. gwd } : .ZLI)1iPuill(.(1 in 1848. A for e! t. Jae l.h H"1f'U net] of sel I xcc. 10, Dwl} of awj.! ....._...11A _
j" x s' Cte Water Katnrdar G 1'.)(. ty follow thorn to their winter home. .. .wj of i.wj sec. 11 tt owl} of nw}....14 29 2J )';0 1..4.B .

i ; few Cedar K y. Tb rA. & Sunday GA. I. F Howell net onwl.} ................._...............:' ) 29 *2**_* .
r .. Manatee A ** CA.M. Facts! for Immigrants .. 4 scl} of owl}...................................36 25) : W() :-1,:))
R .-. w Peace Creek Sunday & W cd. 12 )t. C. L. FRIEBELE, Florence IImJfIr\1: lot 3:; block 1)0.) ................:.........__ :'V,9t) .
j. J "' Gunc.riUe Sunday St-.x. Is the title of a pamphlet giving full II X JohnsonJones cl of1 1.-2.) :1 SU:! -> +..3

., f PiBella Tnon..iV Friday 6 A.M. mation concerning South Florida, by ; 1'dwsn; Kl} of ne1._.................._..............2 27 ::0 : \.
s 1' e Clear Water Friday 7 A.M. ells-a native. Single copies 30cts. er 'Vhole ale AcDEALER It.ctnil .. nw} of swl} awl of awl.} ...............23u 27 20 129: 1),10

a IEir ),(.111 ctae+ half hour before leasing,: more 1.*c\*. each. Addres G. W. ". J G Knapp ) of nel} and set) of nel}............;...11wqr :21 J 22l >> _..,
x of wqr.........-.. ...1-V : :''0 Iii) -
U. ll.THOMAS. Alafia, Fla. J E Morris u) of nwvjr.... .> 29 1U b0\ a"1
r. )t. Dr. F. Branch Tampa l; IX Joel M Morris: sear of .-.....-36wur 28 15

Tampa, Flv) July,21, 77.I 14JaBHs of neqr........."....._?_............Id ._"01. 16 1+0 12,24 .
C 5u Our friend, Mr. II. L. Swart, MeKay Sr lots 2 and 3 black 26............>._ .

A. F&A.Y.M.Htllsborough I his interest in the paint, oil and glass Assorted Merchandise. for the .\'cir187o, amid 1S7( lots 2 anJ 3 block 3U...........-.._..._ r
arjtipi \'0 }IotA 2 and 3 block 16 ?...........- .
li.-h incut Washington: St. to Mr. )[.: lot 2 black 30........-._..._... 1
;$ Lodge X 0. 2li. and the business will he conducted in : : of lou 3,4. and 5.. .16 30 20 191 > .

.f. t ssi- (L.Corner Franklin: & Washington Strccnl] neqr of nojr........._......1 i 300 4t t.i
f t i Regular Communications of this by Mcs. LovPiigrceii nail Madsen. seer of Mr.....................-.........._13 :90 i'
n Lodge&re ieW at the 1 Masonic Swart'd friends will regret to learn ht ,. swgr................_........................_13 :29 21 lli41II

"-' HallAe first.and Third Monday sells with a view of leaving Tampa. : \C- TAMPA FLA. .. wi.of swgr.................._........._....32..:.. 27 20 O. ..
of 29 20 40
{ 1\w'lr Jlw.lr..o-
ia each month.
nights ha been doing a gltll.bu iu he I we !IttilJIl'Kt" !hloek :3......_..........................._ .
ry4 Bret4trea In good standing in their Ixxlgcs well of the bu : (' Makes a New Departure for. Ui} !' rear lS7-> Mtitk 21.! .....-_.......................-
1, are fraternally invited to attend. : t-our-e, always peak I 44 loll ati.14 blotk20: ..................- 44,09

W. w. WAI I.iV.. )1. 1ro-lxcts 1 : of the place. ; Henry II Robert* ..wqrufllwflr.-3\ 30 15 40 2.1S
,. 9 l WITH & D Hew and agent! C/r ji\\ of -\Hr..l. 16 so 6,75
a -' JAMES X. HOOKER, Steretar)'. l.air I am prepared to give music v T I' RONI ue.lr of*f.ir.............................._IS i y 1640 5,35 .
'f G.ii" the Piano Forte at 01rl"t'iJ'nec., :&- C 10' .R.-nwllI-4.. tlt'tJr..........................................2 ; js:; it
i. o. \ f'U of New Store and XCGoo 1o- 41 lot 1 and n*. .nr of ne Mr. JacksonV: btore. I will gave hl> < :; wit Stl..tnmk JIM ii of c HILLSBOROUGH LODGE No. 2L IcsMiii: % every day, until they learn their I \ Williams lot ;3 blotk G: 3,15

and! then, three l l.*oiis a week, for $1 WIlVanJerriiHSylvester -. JiJ! of uwijriitir -..-'; 21)! 202S 80 6,71
t REGULAR MECTIKO every ..AT T iiiarter, or 1 will give one !C.>/OD a 1 :" :': : 1 P.OI: )(1\( tit! d."* their Trading i in Tam- Waldrun Jr of ne<|lr.l.!; 202S
1 \ ', Fri evemn\ 7J I o'clock sl L S; 'lutrtl'r.-.tdt'-1'. | i iavilito; lull and impressed with theI1I1.klli.ltI. swelr of nW'lr and lot 1...................1 1 202V 109 9.4:!
per !.
..0.- .\ the Masonic 1Iall. Ww !. .. fart t. That fur the FdllJIIJ! Winter Iou..iII' J nri K1I1" .or..40: : :.':1 =:
a ', M. I. McMei. the -.... I have the in1 (.(Pl qr.._........_......._._....._"t) 202V 240 1a2-
1:. B. THOM.VP
}4." \\1. : --- --- -- -- :-:1..1. .>f In"l< ; IH njiplicahlo to tin wants of the |IKr>- W WorJer: ej ..f.'lr.I[ ) :27 40 5,70

: K. S. Oi:.\xmf:1tlJ'I': : ::!!.-The following of }pit, uliuli, 1 I j'ri'ne totiflir :it mull Drifts an will James M WatroiMtKloin J\IL! ::!...._.........._-_...._._.__._.w6( :: 9 IS 71 9,11Eknen
---==:.- ----= how the number of oranges Chipped 's givu\ :inKitHfutii'ii: tn all who nulyfnor II hIwith .r ul! of sear..._........._._.___.........,.,11 21) 21 1
;;:"+\- .' J6r Out atfthorizcd agents nrc :- this place mince the firs: <>f tli* pre 1)t / not tin. ir |>:Hr.ni: ::e. My :-t..k i is 1 large: and carvfiill .. "J of I ntlr{ ...............---.-.... .14 2')) 21 ICO 17,19
t and --- ------- ------- -
ly MUmcd 1 I, ""n-i-I titi: of nliiuwt anything;
: Dr. C. L. Mitchell. and 8.1.. C. L. I'n--l ele, : ( '
t :. t BI'ukm.'UI ; ar- l'n'nlloillI'llIalh': funnel in a fir-1 tl.u-s; well re,I-
MilloriV Ih-mlcr-on :; :} CHOICE FA1M1LY GROCERIES
i ; :i Eeq. at Fort Meade ; Maj.r; N. S. Hlotiut at : : \ I.iUil stun! :111\11\ |itro|MKi-tii ci\i Kiieh KUHfaetion in
1:. A. Clatk.Co( !)
I my dealings+ \\illllll.t with fa\or .itunne the buv-
: Bartow ; Messrs IWnj. F.-Harris and! J. C. W. W. Wall, : ing: cu'IIII1I11I\t... IWt lio-itit-to ask if thereto i

1. : j 'I ,1 V snderipeatDfnnatce ; Mr. :lH!,;. Sweat nt L )\' ring &. Williams amtliinfji.l-'eyoii would like to look at when you Can be liad at the Leslie Store,
{ think \oalu\e done with
trading Stllingpw
, ::- : I ; Cork ; Mr. A. Wordehoff on the Alafin, and 1 >,l-< i+ my, lm-inc.s and in iu.kkn; :: : Dr. Stringer -BrooLsvillc.. Total), : that showing them i ( Im/uuw. .
.; mrx.t ; a i I-Il'arll' my CHEAP FOR
<: -- ---- CA.SH. '
. ---- Our fellow-townsman-Mr. You don't sco what you want ask for it, \.,
4 h } Jltmre-lta? received an : j; -.
't. and it will U- *lit>\\ti with ]'K.iirimd with no ill OUR STOCK: CONSISTS OF ..
-l Li -louse; keeper ut KgnimitanJ l cut if do il.iy. 1 want
feeling \uii nut I'tjnh.i-e my '
'?, t- : .'. -"ital. -Mr. Dzialynskt of :Ft. )[l'fhl:1:5 in t for that l place early lat: week. Mr. ) l ing patron t.. Ail! that. it is i: :i 1'liXMiro to tr.i-lc at my CORN: TEA, liUTTEll: ,
.f town this11'tek. i :More. FLOUR. MF.AL.(5K1TS.. OIK.1MCKKKS.
/'IL]f;" hopes to encounter there sources of i UACO.VLARD. ; : ,
,:r ; B5T' Bishop Pidtce; presides{ 'at the 'Cuufcrence i I'O.\TO.s.: C.S.E) FRUIT,
e ment well wI.i.hiIl '
as as profit, Terms Cash.Ilhrlivt
.. .. Coin session:! here. HAMS .f ONIONS, (OL'NTRY I'ltODUCK,.
sate for the aben of neighbors; and RICE t SOAP

r.g ; JQJpL B. G.l'hillips of Harwich Tort, him and his family from feeling lonely. ; m.iiktt: |"rif.",. j paid for Country I'roJiuv CXKFiK .'TAUCII.l't.11y :
Ma*, arrived in Tampa l last \Vednenlay.KiddCilorcx ; t'\SltI.t-K.:
l:: : wi-!h him Miece-; and much joy. : (-:- C'.line :aii'l Ie'o.'t. '
'''' !I r ; white and culurol at Mr>. -!>-tf. ('. i I.. 1-1:1; EIELK: : Eic.Jr.., /jfp., ., .

Mogge'a.-Adr.Ve t t-.l. We invite attention: to Mrs. )[ : : ---- -- -- --- --'--- Also fresh Beef at the olJ stand, every morning except Suntlav ,

z "\ } Mr. Marion len> card to the Pal bi:he which may h:, : i u- John De Wolf, >
ales. were plen.t to mart Tampa, O.-t. ISth: -ly. V. P. HENDERSON" A CO.
: in the local luini.: Young ladies de I ; "- --_ : :.. _
of thins w..k.
I't.Hyers'iu town
Hendry- to b,eonu ncx'ompli-hed su niiiMeians,
1'.t1..lt IVO
0' 1. Singer MachiiioNrtillfrf and Oil atM Mr's. 'I i U rtrtainly: very dc:,inible :\t'clJmlJ: -} : : ; \' BENJAMIN & PARCELL

ugjfeV-A dr. i \\illullt lot thi l.We : ,j lv:
< opportunity pl"S: uu | : ( >
.> .d. t& Mr. Cvrus 5n"1.rB. ;! and 1:1&1frum. ,i iicliovc that Mr Me.Mr.Hcu is i't'I R .:\_ N G V S.JIHlIisT'A STATE GhE3STTS FOR THE S-AXjE OE TI3TBIT J

I Ba;.1-1 l near 4cn\-t ro 1.in t
31i. La
:- trlckl Mr. Mu e'ii.-. ,1r. I ;:- \ : bat fruit. :;ti. tf.
: I Illt eanlo'duwu _. __
:t onus l tI
: I lilt -
: ) : Consisting of the CelebratedHALLIDAY
i Ic.3''. K. Spencer and his lady aiein :
r .. '; tou'u this week. the latter part: of last week nnd \':\ ,'p. C. R. POST,
.'"1 : 'x" : >v\ T.il days, ;giving tu sung healthy: !! i :!
; .,........" '.' 18- ). .r-1n-.N: laM cun4mtI.\. Lan1ril I ; :\ weather. We have heard of i 1 ;; ton Soccer! -<.r t" I'nolr & I1.mlGlOCER\,
nut :
.. .Ik..l.ln Miliiacnr line l will fill any
( .:;y.' 1. w the an< uwcn f i i.-, r
::? f prooip\ .-Adf. this vicinity, though it coul 1 not \' a
,r... :i \< h "rINDIL'L\ [
....: 'Quarantine regulations: were Mipn" far oil: It i is h'>!pi.il that: this cold : ..h )_ ...

'. tied on the 12th, inst. completely: banish the yellow fever from l i .

nauli'i.t and other in tin ; !: ; but AND DKM-K.t: IN" t
.: : -tThe total 1 number of deaths in }-\'rll:1I1li. jxiints : \ ,

f :' .' na from ;Yellow Fever fnna August: 21t! ttJ. that plu-e.; I It was necessarily colder l (: do.

November the llth, was & t than here.l : Western Produce
[ l ,
I3r It.!,. J. W. Burke:, Associate Klit- .
... :rX" (tor old] t-t: .t inol < ui/.n& Mr.( -' .: ( \ I | : I (- AND -
.of llu Southern Cltrid(11tltlrocu'e, 5 i.* a-kt.l nivntlr :aiMiul lai4piniun in riinl> to : 91 & 93 MAGAZINE STREET, .
:r' .topingat Orange Grove Hotel. Sing \;illt I.init-r.riik, : : $.li.IIIIlt| : lluI'ny I.f ( : 1 : :
had I..in liuilt out! of ni.il.iiii; lint lion h1,1 l .
The'mCDr.. prf-i.K-nt flf : 1 '' i
HaypMMl -
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ji.'l <]'.itc a ii.iiuU of 11. .* tiuiMin: ( NEW ORLEANS LA. .
Oxford Cull e in Georgia, H!! in Tumpa, attending ct':1:'" l I.\ ;I,..... IIcrlMi I Mill; tlutlu: wu. ) i the : ,
... the Florida Conference. that I!.:..-... !bind!; now in:iiiuf:u-ture-l l I.v It.: \' I :'M: .tC I
.: from eltiio to..i.: plane uo'iM) ami< \cr filly as ncll It;
txgwmnathe ler draw thoiruitUncc: imrinistn lu clay l brick' in fait ho diouM; i' : we Florida Land

discreet and the indiscreet alike. ..Journalists erytlindune Jilla' lritk.'v hereto are }Jla.l i ktp! 1'1| learn Imiii the iinN-[e .f.ict rliii J: : 1. X. L. Feed Mills I Tanks, Rubber .Hose, Water Pipes, Points, I

are not exenipt._ mall'rial will help the ittuntry' nn.ll'\'r, I".I in VTI\ *., J:1'a, I'T/'. '
J@Mr. R. Mugge-a first class" jewellercan -- -- ANDEmigration I
; to-: _'- Tha editor of th whore he Sul .\ in each whom liberal discounts will be
-- be found at Mr.[ Wall' store, >- Jcnts:1Ot(1: county to : given.
will do good -h ineest work in his line on the : oh 1 trick..". He i H nuWtryiu;: to levy ) ) For Prices, terms, tic., send stamp t for circular. Address, I

V most reasonable terms Juie2Clh.! tl: :, mail: on certain brick manufacturer.: BENJAMIN & PARCELL,

community. He !say: ?', They certainly >no August; 11-3m Tampa Fla. .
Ja- First ': af' Rink J.ime lot.'Il'(1..1 pnrpk4v Agency.No. .'
for whitc-waxliin* auJ ..;.Wl..rin:11"1: Lime line: make good prickor they would! : of MCDONOUGH I

1 ou fullj aDd wdl male r-1> u Jr.1Q +ta.: tljr min hand at U.Jf advertij iu the Guardian./ The : [ a- & BALLANTYNE,
/ Wall' torv.-
at & ,
uggxs i ilint an advcrti-em-nt of bricks, l l '. t

I Mall owners r. n d I Manufacturers i that ': >r"I1ul,1 1 have the magical& ; l'fI to 19 Place I IRON AND BRASS FOUNDERS, c
should examine 1iuance! No. U4! -,; : ;;e.l l at l ,
changing their: quality from bad to
the J last meeting of the City Council. The : MAOHINISTS AND PATTERN MAKERS !
ordinance- ippcars in this i issue. : ;best. This i ii a spv-ciiuvn 1 of the .
t of hone-t dealing with the public. In j

zThe@cals: .P.rt m nrr :'a ys that "Judge ., dots not )patronize 14n he unhe-: !? ] New York. Co East Broad and Liberty Streets, !
himself terror to eiiiuiIt -
has made a
;" also compliments the Judge for goes to work to injure him iu his ru: : : ('lIrrl'-I"'IItt.'nC'e. ii 4olicite The manifest of such dr-irable! Lan I (1.1 todl. ;{m-u.<; ;; _
object i =
dho lrifw1itb which he dipitehfs >HM.ness. : course .. _.
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force jn-oph to spend: a certain ) WANTED SA\TANNAI-i .GA. :
nt the Gutidlan ofhew I ( > .
-' ISMe..rs.. Branch and Mcl'herson have money : :u;- i

.(Jpcnw'a[ new market on Mr. Grant's lot, just unwilling, it matters: not, just so the LOCAL and Trivellinc: Agent, to sell the new MANUFACTURERS OF .i i

his clutches their ,f.; WiI..n :Sowing; M-iolitne.: Liberal.
: gets
where they to upon money.The SUGAR MILLLS
Unrear of his store, l propose !
., ; 'iiionN otllred.: Addre11'heclcr! A W"l-on.M.inuf.aturinjt i
;' __ J'arRishaUkinds: of fre h meat from a tttr- New Steamer. : Co. Jaek onvillv.. Florida. 3ti-Im.I .
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J .kej-up"-to a cow probably. We hope they The new steamer recently ordered}' i \'. I Sealed Proposals

): \.i1rnut give us anyttling later than an ox. Miller au.d Henderson of Tampa to be i ; AND '

the Ilailroad in Philadelphia, is to be 100 feet .. "'
f' I9-.Do not fail to go to I.,. ntvivttl liv tla'Jl.rk! of the Town ..
.ecting at two O'clock this nftl'rIJJn.'c! ? have: 'J7 feet breadth of beam, 9J} feet I : "riLL( '\lII.iI at hU ot'ace until the ."iili day ofiKtvitilur \. .
j for that i is half of the of hold anal (51 feet between decks-all a I II<"t f.r tinmvtioii. of :a )Iark good start, .. "
-the thing a i ii the mirktl t Mju-ire. : 1
It ', .},aUe. The larger the crowd, the more cnAusiaim (1lIi:nctcd in a most substantial j lt. Iiiiltr! < will Mate the least nuitiKr oftar" forwhiih PA.NS : -. -
} is to be. It will give First class material will be u ed. they will build Mi.llII\rht hou-c: for; all the
; .matters a hopeful appearance to begin with. ders agree to place in her a vertical : : ('''II wil miup the liirht; to tix-tho renWor leant*. ,

acting low pressure surface I'l.inan IS- There are a few very gnud.bu-int' :: oflitv. Jinni Feral*
in Tampa who do not advertise: 'm the peller engine, thirty inches diameter m 36-I in. Town Clerk. -A o I
Omen their privilege cutler by thirty four inches of .
and we considcr.it length .
to withhold' their patronage; as long as they with crauk axle &C. There .i is to be -l':; JOHN \Ui| :, IMIILir T. LVWTOX. Iron :Fronts .for ,Stores and Dwellings, f'
# \ ; nee fit w> do o.Ve certainly shall not attempt pressure valve en the engine, so as to IIAILE &LAWTON \
them by levyingblackmail. ,
; to extort money either high or low pressure.(.. Slu is : : \' BRACKETS
'k : \'
i schooner rig, with sails and 11\
C -:-.. 10- 'We.have just received: Mr. T. "". complete. There are many interesting : ; act6rs & Commission Merchants, : Iron.Bailing for Gaden or Cemetery Lot.Or

'off Hand Book on Ont brc. Culture,pub-
Moor*. ulan that might l espiutied which it b !

'J.,, ,,:j:' I.D Ikhed Jackantri at the job le. rooms We have of the not bus ha.lsn and opporHtolitrto I'rc.C1- to mention at present. It suffices now h in Xarth Commercial Whtirf, ers for .Brass and Iron Castings Proluptr .AtC fed '

thorougaly. that she i is to l he a complete ship. i
content* :
the I
examine .
", Charleston S. O. JIAVE ALSO FOR SALE I
4 \ 'S", 'but will do so, and give a wore lengthy) not be thoroughly tried under. steam on the i : ; ,

:j tie next week. ware River before cotningouth.. If : l>agg'jig Mipplittl' Liberal Advances madeon MCCARTHY COTTON GINS .
: A. Stewart & Son steamers now on the mail route from 1 I ,
.10- .A poctal card from :; Con-ignments of Cotton Kiee, and other '
i Keys to Key We t vja Manatee and AND AGENTS FOR .
8 :: -of New York states that Florida orange arc I i : the 1'rmlucc. .
i J. but the prices are not i prove to be sufficient for the work, Portable & ,t. .X
+ 3 :,.wriTbj.more freely ; ,Eclipse Stationary Steam Engines ; ;: 'II
should be, 'lld this ( to steamer will likely h, put on the line an 1LFFniExc1:1: : : :: : .
t. :i V- good AI they I"51 :
: .,- nand lacks Cetlai Keys and New Orleans. The en Ownl; ;:'! .l Cl t.
;-.? ,;:f" tke fact t1&a.t" the fruit u too greyr Kinri.v JU-rw: A. Co. And hi- ; i:
{ will command better agree to have the steamer! ready by the e .
oJor.' Riper fruit of March. A. S..Tuussrox, President ll.inlc ol I: CALL. .OK SEND us YOUR OIDJUS. _'. :' t-' ', _'
; a Charleston. 20 tt.( : ''
.' pneeL to Tampa, May 12, 71' '. 1'... ., .. .

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? {-1" f; ; ._ u MILLER & DEPSq COLUMN --MEJUA.NTILE.=r ::..-= CARDS. W.:W. WALL & CD'S .COLUMN. G.E.N i.It.AL STOKE: r t f PROSPECTUS. : a.w
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.Meol'pf: {i CttlP-Tldrty::ond.Feet Long., i JOHN JACKSON THE MORNING .NEWS, 4

..:. From UM I Bhrereport Time*] MILLER & IIEflDERSOJfVlol ) ,
.r i E"r .
W. were yesterday informed :Mr.
t by HAS on Land} a trill>K-te a-wortiiifnt of .Merchant:
t': : ', .i Smith} living -, Mlcctcri hini l Ilith hi. odjudgment .1in I '
on Qunpaw liayou, tliat while by '< : u ual ,p>
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1 ark; '? : .hfland hlsson William ( KHll5 c..t :H/Otllil: and Retail '; seen matters. lli-t t.JtI|>titncu l Ira W t '
ngcd about; thirteen s'
U-cn l II .
aojuired I y ,1.upward!i of 'tt \t'llro alit tlti"! year; were out in tho woods on Monday afternoon O thin line of Ixixinc+*, and lie (I.itU-nt' l.iii.df I IIr-II". ; r rJr rY

.:;: last A ran please all who will Mitnit him with their l lal-i i-
driving their DEALERS I IN
t up cattle, their attention pe.." IIIJ..t ItUtrtlla),,....
.,. i was attracted by the bleating of h ,
11 D J lib Stock coiwi-U of full line of '
calf a w'
some. distance., from them. Thinking Assorted DEALKIiS: IXDRY w K

.,a: ; probably that the poor animal I had bogged, Merchandise, SI i i : ...:. '

I.- ,,. = -A y r they started to its assistance.: They hall i TAMPA, FLORIDA. :." Dry) Goods( :anil l ( .Notions(} ) I ttrh, hi

> w .. b / gone a short distance down the t bayou when r :
; ;, -' ; they discovered about deceiving, Forwarding .. .. SUCH AS C \ LI'OF.IUSLIXS; JACO- ;!

'< '' a ycarling, two years ;- X KTS, I J.A".X-J: :I N OlI.\l J 1 PI(J U KTSjrf
.R old, in the coils of a hugo snake the GOODS '
body LINENS HL.t'K1)[
r : : oTinn: ('u''. I1 ix: t {
g which was: suspended! from the limb of a black % AND NEW ALAPACA ;MKR1NOS: SILKS.: RKPS.: + kl
.K gum tree alwnt twenty feet 'froia the ground, GOODSAT FLANNELS( (UNSEYS: :, LICKS) [ : .

,. arid, which projected from the bank immediately } Commission :3\crchan t-;, STRIPKS, IIICKORIKS: : TICKINGS.I I : d ;
t DKNLMS.) BLlL1c11INGs,13t)11'N( }; COTTOXS.OSXAWRU ( ;,
over water. Mr. Smith
and 1 his
:.. son Groceries & Provisions i : ; JEAXS, TWKKPS: i I,
were, terror-stricken: at the sight, and TAMPA, FLA. ANI: >> (CA :-:11I1nI: :> 110-:1: 11 my. 111; B- 1! "

,,:,. ,, i. stood speechless l, for several moment t : unconsciously ITrab BOX LACKS.: KM HKOl( ; I)>KRI; KS: i iIIANI f'Z 1 1tilh

t,. watching the movements of the hugo A I ()K'KRCHIKI-\S; P.LTTONS) : Gents'',

<: reptile as he twined himself around -0- J. & T. ]KYD D 'S I. and Liulie! TIES: e.- ('. I!'
the already
p t Jm I-OLITU.M. C.UH'MON': [ OF 1 6,
r dead body of the yearling, and at ,yViul Caps 1 1l3ooLt' i'rl. WJ1U H in.-h;::i.- :..1 -.n.I.: S-'t-Uean.! county
every UK: .
;z coil of the make fl fti<>i;'. amt wiiet: v iU III1j.U'b".U.;
they could. hear the boned si'KciALitnjAKDToTiiE: : ; >)> : WANTS OF th rt }
; : : ir..l I'I..tl.c'.n".t..1 l III' nn"incv < t''lora.

t S. of the calf break.- THIS WITH UCI'III\.1 TIIKIJ' ; 'f1LJlE0: THOSE; :CONFIDENCE 11'11OF'.11'C)1L5: )l:: AND I C'i.l I ...\..']'... CI..C1.1. .'I.I I i'C' : t l.Kraiiva*+ t.f i is,;CI>, i inow" .i':.iri>' \'tllt'CJ. The Natt .
T After coiling} itself ,I .nal 1 h morniMTarty will lhiy r a -:
around the lifelcs 1 For the
;.a" form I information of all we i-iiiinurate a few ortho n, 11 (1 dliocGentlemen's ; n' { thntaini :
I vigoivuts j:aii.l! doubt! $nctfuJrfnnst'f; lr e :
r, of the yearling aud' rushing every bone i ir in I articlti. "e kwp ]' BOOTS and SHOES at Wholesale and Retail !. nautv au.{ I rnprrniaor: (,f than pnnciplf* :. >

, iU body, the ser I cnt let loose i its t hold fromthe L)21ILCr11. 'I. .'.l"TbIN I i whit! h nitvit.il tot the j.r ''''HTiJr of t h' R"l\ubliaiul .
"' tree Co>< SCHOOL BOOKS AND ALL KINDS OP 1 ,,-,"-nli41 h' the wrl -l..ii;? cl the! (..-'1'1.... I
dropped down alongside its victim I itaituiuiollic l'n.,..' I..lItialution! : the fw' :-

; and L.'b"lfl.lickillg. it all over, preparatory For Kale, and we offer them anil, nil oilier in out STATIONERY. !1,1!IY in (; )rjjiu! aril FlwritU will rlwt new Ute RPTt t
? Mock at the I lowest Furnishing Goods tnllu.nt.o In Florida the 'aiFn proniiw to l>(' t
= it u tijjiirc. loud Uootta can be sold in t carol <
" .. supposed, to swallowing it. About plat.In .. Hardware Cutlery &c. Willow & \Woe Ware niviitmllv visur '\)'<. and 1 llurxw a |in>l this time Mr. Smith recovered his reuses, and, ;; ; f..r tl.( .- tint time Mnoe thw war the 1.)1'1. of that
after KiH.ilri: :,n Mate n ill clot a. Dcmralie Stateliuvrinnunt. ; r;
. \ : watching the monster snake"open 1 }iU' Y O O OWo n s Hardvure Tin and Crockery Ware. I In tht! >.' ctli t'.tign;: lli* |I"c.tl( ltf of the
capacious mouth several times, he fired! on i it ])1'y Ca ood : ( l (', Tin. & (Crookorvwaiv i l l I, :-.nth :artiWply l : intvn--t.il: I; :an.1l''ermtdlaj'n& -
with Jl'rifle have a g....J Line of eitircnwho ha.: .. the! wtliiirv; '"ifliiountry and hi.
striking it on the head aud d 1/.01 I'linilxlitny f7*IJI'" inh us t
tI MvtU-ii; at IK art, rh MiM 4fiiUuiDt| ; KUUMilU I wry
was..quickly followed by his son who discharge Ladies Dress Goods s and Fancy Calicoes i t"uil! of II..: stntst pork! of rvtlemi'lioft anJ ((forte '
*! a duublo-barrt lei l antl Stationery, j tlatt9' now t I.ill/ot; / on.Ti .
gun wig!1 tlai" ,tit l litihonM, ] l 1I"'C'ri'ot'' t., and m.t in
i- : buckshot. Both lJo1tESTlC (HOHI""th: Northern anJ &.uth- % IrCl.KI.KAX.' lOP I:, COLOKADO.And j : ;1,2
as rjuick a* i o&>i- c-il'l"llain the "iII''II'III 1t''I"lIfl 1'''WJl.3n
f ., ble and cot Manufacture. Clothing I Int!, r'u.I"lIt ihiwrrdi,. n. r, upn.Iuuta..latulftarlc.s :<1'
again 1 fired 1 his 1.31"
{ n)n In the ,
r l lc Fiiruitnre Oils & Paints .
Umlircllas & Parasols iault. ionn
l + inihnirtxpr.-+ i apvr
t' A Full Line of other14A.I)1)J I
meantime the reptile had coiled itself into a HOSIERY, thai i i.< rc.nilt>C1 -ry\vh\ ro a.thlt-..t taily! in
: th- 'ut".' It* nlhorial l .1'-1! artnivtit !iot .. vn., 1
i huge mass and | Crt !
was making a hissing} sound J NOTION.) in thin
I. : Vpartiiient of alnuit-t! ever : l ? $ ,
I thoughtful, anti I c ti'iiHi-ttiit while it* ni-w anti) hnalil
l-' that f* could' be heard full*v.one hundred *vard*. variety, Bunts :andGOOIDS( SIIO I I .) ;X7 Itollowxvaro and Willow waro, .' I |partlrlnt.> are uiarvt-U If industry aitJ l ,'ofUl'It.at.l

and eras'rotad'u)s his,} forked tongue fever.il< 1 lu'.+. ll> il< |wtm< nt vf rt"'rrb; anti Fh rid :attain{ !
feet. After I Jeans, Cassimsres & Cottouafles far Men's's wear c r BRIDLES, BITTS, SPURS, &c. I 5 j.* not nfiiuil to :n nu-n- horn !nmm.iry f.f en-ltatran..iring
discharging ulnjut dozen volleys .
a in the :Stjit<, l btu i. enlist 1I .ll.y t.. .iin. -

each, M.r.-Smith. and hiswin succeededin I I Fmin which thf 111"1'11l"li.IiOllf, /; nlwavfl fuulthins ( won cFANCY Saddled and I Is con-tintv, : !. niTivin:; 1'roln> XE\V}: Yom, j jami i I nt nt ...II.Tt]>(, liim-ly. aixi rj *v.The .
to iik-axv., Of.XvcridylSL'ado &C_ Farming Implements, 1 :tiiiir fe'''urw of th- faWilmu-nt! will !1'Cf ;;:
i dispatching one of the largest! snakes ever NEW: 1.111.1'.1N1:11'1iU011) :( : : ; ) } S t tHe tc i in'plllli..h .Ii\ttktI ID U.rni.-liii:;; the r.-aJ\r.: of the r

seen in Louisiana hioi [ud.;. : .
and :
r probably 1 North : < ) T :
: Clothing .1.( ) I '- ( ( [ '
I ;, ., JSTEAVrS I
America It ... ttnil \ 1 \ r
ineasnre l Sjnn-tinfj I'iKhiiifTurkic, I
thirty-one feet in
1 F.._ .,r.._' .d.. .. .-.. s
length, and the body measured r 'ICIlIt ever, "c outA JJCXKI ri41i,1. i iriyie:; Irtlnal| New C I llt ( illl..I:; fr..... all ,
ten feet from ity aull'rh't., und we feats it.a jKiiut! to have <><> ; ilhrar+ 1.1''s a supply! of Choice I I Ii \ "tc..1 >lt'lIt" 1 Io&&r&-.t ib.xurttl
tho head Lht'lIIlit i thrwlii ti. the I hM ; atiLe., slxcial trlc'rallb .
thirty inches in circumference, und ( the IHMC> of purchaM-r-and to complete the rJi 1 t
( iiiI'll.hi t ,:an.- of N -( rorn"'llC.n.Jt'll't' AINL
about the centre o"f thcvbody fort)'-two inches. MlWasn't we offerHuts Cooking Stoves Stoneware &c.. &c. G ROC E R., I E'S"FI.OUH 'the.x I>tl. t lure a;;:iiwif* ai-of.!f J
0 It has Received .jf.:vi-r.* tmtcwi-rtiiv! iucl 2rnl of tlw ;
; a regular succession of spots black weekly, and will be sold 'I' fc pu- 1
lili.-nll.ulIl':1I..n of 1>ii;
+ >. and yellow, alternating, extending from i its of the Latest Style t TAMPA, FLA., ) CORN.: C.RITS.MEAL.; 1 RICE.OATS. ;! :l:. M ItfCkllTIUN. *', ** .I

head to. its tail, while either side is BACON. TORK SALT, COFFEE.SUC.AR l Pail. ;,1 "\'t.ar.$1; ,) 00
:: a deep j f; Notil.:l rt.............L........................; .O IX*'
); purple. Mr. Smith has no idea what kind And AT : 1:, Sl'IUI',111UA1); : ,An: .. .'.. month.....'.!.............. ..'J)

'.. of Tri-\V., I .........I...... ......... .
a snake it is, but thinks it must be of the \ U.W TilE: AI50VK} : I.I NIX::( OK GxIt;< ) S kly, yoar ,.-_ ti 04)
.1 '-. arc ki-'l (MiiMnntly tin Lam! atul for AL5O: ;; 6 !;north+......:......:... ._........._ :r U.r
;.;. boa constrictor species. No doubt this Miake Boots aiul Shoos, the h>wi!
? has for: many years inhabited that section, of Very LOW ] ; \rt kJv.1" 1 *'.-&Ir............._..................._..._..'Jill'
That: cnnibiiu l the tlfsirahlo qualily c.f oiunfort And l lilnral'ility PHICES.WK '5A.CCOX-SKO' : ; A TJS. u 1; nlttnths..e..........._........... 1 411)' :
t country and depredated upon I the young -au-l slut the more ilcMraMe one of hi- .. :n inonthi'................................... UO
,, calves and animals that came within! its ding/; the ;iIi'fi,riiutK-s; of ail u>;ly fi">t anJ making :Slkt[ .jIQ'n 'pi..' sent tht' on r,C't ii"j of .ct:alit;::: ..
: Iiaii'lmic f out I'.x-k more {H-untiful Hill. Hit till *Aiheso\ arth1v't'rv I logy fr. '
Gush : I'
[-tr ) acid I
: reach. The skin of this r, or Country :.l.Voduce. yk.\ i-aa by *\ thEw Vdt.r. ; ,
huge snake has been v. CASH "r iuexclians: t forO r.NTkV: : I'KO- I: gishrt+t Iwntr. or r.'fl.n-at:' t'u
fi:. preserved;' and will be sent to Shrevcj I Ir port and 1)U'E. .1. II. l.sll1: ; ; ;. .

<.. put on exhibition. OUR STOCK OF HARDWARE &c"COllll'rio'tt Call and examine: fi.r. it wilf.lc. a pt'sun"! \-u..1JI, tia..

+r \ "t., .:""'J. -, A .. : HAVE ADDED) TO ()IIK: : :STOCK; \\'e will i pay: tho highest, Market I'rici. for lo l .hv .von over tic! :Stuck.: --- -. .
everything in that line from XCl..UC t .
a to
Orin.l.h'IIC'; a JUAN} ..IACKSOX.Cor. .. ....... .;
The \Jau.I ..
11'e't1 .r cxcdh-nt mI.InO: : 1 FIJUNITtlUF' [ of TUII:11I(' ,1 Wa-liiti;sun :St*.l] "... .-- .'
I A man.with weak.eycs mill green *pcctacleilaune.wandering ( In.i istinlt of Iv! >I>trail! TaL1t.rah Stands ,a r ., --
t 11. ; :
COTTON Tamp: lurch it Ii. I lyr.lir.NKV .... .p
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( 'hiirA.C. InGroceries .
,, s x into our office the other I Groceries -- i r.. !i
t 'l > & Provisions. 'k E-\o :: 1
: : ; HI"'.:: J \ii. ell> t: >' : :
and wanted rv. M 1't.l.ln IUt : F.: s '; ;
day .
us to : in
n subscription to Di:s, -, "" ;
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I St .., '' 1.I
'. : build a monument over the grave of Jlrig-1 r Provisions r RICE BOItN. &; CO t .f-... ..'. 11i''V .-," ... -Jr', '' _, .

.. ham Young. "We deck'a cti. Wo t flatly!: re-I' CDDAK!: I:, ". 'Ir .. '
I i! \.'c. al"1.N'I' full Sto K'k. .IN1)11'ILL KKKP FK1->IiSTIt'KUN 1T.1:\U ]iiZ1r' .
.'< : ; \ a an thi. i is our I'El'DLLI ..
t} fused] sayingthat Mr. Young's family: was '' : lJEP.\I:nJ-XT.( : Ola: ; ; .. -. 1..,..'_. ...utI": ..... 'I
IS ,. big enough antI rich to }him '. J' ;t.\ '.I I "!' .;ly"; .". I ;
enough provide In S'tuck will al ,
l mr ,
r :u always!) l loe found : i
a good n.IIlIfUIInl "- I Tttraiid ; .t: G" / .
1" I with vfTinware Imi( Ifc (li-r": in I r & _. ,1 ; l.tj..i(1;J ;,
,j'l monuments to reach from the grave half .A.t. A.ttractivo l.-'ricc rOULTKY; .!" : ( 01"", ..:! ':t
s. tT1iPt5i; i "
-' waytb'heaven. ;:.r-\, '. r. _. .,.. ,. ;li: .d#. .;. .'.. ,
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Wood .. '. '
and Crockeryware It' ". "o1 ..._,If t.__ _
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tfUCJAU; 1 ,
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f "u.So'you won't put down a dollar? ak- r, >G. ,.:-: ='- !:wi ; ;, ."- ...'.. 'r"-, .."'""
U'ith llakeOvon-: S A'r '
Jake: Pans 'Sf" .
Pot ,
ed .weak-eyed man. Oxikin? :-:tore11'e Heating and I u rOJlH: : X. II( .'111'1: (' .\:\ 1)'Ot"XTiHARD1.JT : '.!.tf \ ;
:-- :" al! kiu.l.J Ii YnlJP, r Jj.llnMi\\-J: ."_ '- : f' .... .' \.
dollar said keep .f
a solitary we not a : :Siationory in foiiunun u-e, Ii II ;; .
r al*, Sthoiil( IMH/K and 1 I'lank iNNki.: i .. .
nickel. not a single red cent. We are in eniii'iuinii-ation' with the lit doah-rs: THE HIGHEST; .MAKKET: 1'IMCES:( ; PAID FOKCOTTON ) : rte. &e. .I 'I... ._.. -'d"ooP"'.; -: ... ',-... -'t.'...""tf,. 4-t.t. .-47.;.'+ I. ....
F :" What, he replied In amazement, :lUll.. North. and South and are j J'n.par..1 to supply> | ( aa she! rtnutiwvr.II ,I -' .-. ,: 1.,_' -

here is the very place I expected+1 to get the j be cl,,' il'.I,kind of 'lOIltI! 1:1 any tjtuuitity that nisi I I ARE i r .r. s. .\ > i)'iiiso.N.: .

I i list headed, right here at the literary centre J In arraiiKinjrour: Jrti-int'-w; we have not : -
that llie forgotten -HIDES, fall in :and} cxftmino:> our St vk ) .tore j'nrrh: i-ing V/iitchmaker and Jeweller
of this busy metropolis. You: won't give a |1.1a: (hll".wcN of liinnN-iin-tiiiuis n-.jiiin-- : cl}+rtt lcrt, '. I I ,
I. n--lIUI'-'iat-t. invt-i tlii* want we have provided a II 1:1t:(: H11'\I: r Ott iir.: Lt', I ins'., 1 ct'teen'iVy. '
paltry dollar in irredeemable: fluctuating currency Saloon; on the ricer, known as An.lOUANSIX; :: AGRICULTURAL 1 I tint* and I', "Ii.}.., tu-ur the Market.! ,. :

T for a monument over the grave of the .. .. Nothing Char ei for showing onr Goods IMPLEMENTS., NEW ORLEANS, LA. <
'l.? r .
'' '' he :J.1 <.) U :I-l, L Allin !scardi of CIIEAIT.OODS; ) : would( do well! D
;, author of Xig t Thoughts, won't you ? < .. Stranger* vi-ili':,; hi'v R?W luwl, l it t<> their a !v.in-

You'JlBut- to piv l'alll..C..rl' \ talo> In rail! it till! :aUtvt! !.t"r ', where thov onfind
Uoa '
: Purchasing .
'" Which i is fiirni-hed: with a liar: of the best / xhrrc. Duality of .uHxls; :&IhII'ri't'* Guaranteed.: the finest 4tcetion! of l'iamondvamUewelry I :at very \
we assured him that Brigham; Young 1. &. 1'. KYDI U. BUILDERS' HARDWARE low }l'ri.1I. _

never wrote a line of" Night Thoughtanti Liquors und Tampa. Fla., March I ht., lAih.1 1 tf. GRATES, &C., |, U.-lli.J: iI''lil"t! r.opai-itoy 1litsLesn.; \.;edI.. _

x t that the author of that died than Cigars, : W. W.. WALL ACO.. J I Any t.nleiv left with W. G. ferric will l loe attendd -
more ,
J poem A IiILLIAii: : T.OOM and 1'lX.l'JI.I.EY: ---.--- ---. .. Tampa! March 2 1 ISTrt. ; ly to': So-lv.2ST .
t --- .
,, r a hundred years ago. where leisure can enjoy Sft-lf; in the wav it likes -- ., I .. '- ----., -
: What!" exclaimed: tho wenk-'Yl.J man, I Kt, an.l where: all wane will !Iw I'rOllll'lh'!; ftipplied' CU Jt." 11E:1. ;.""-. : EST, GIv.. O C 8RY.
1 ) .by that 1'rince of lsr-Kevjvr!: ', H. T. LAWLER.
> 'ham Young did'ut write i Nigh ',
r&I ; :
;:"- :'s 4 Thought_ ?"f Col. W. T. HASHES, GENERAL Notic to Shippers r! 'I T I 1 F.! \\t :JI Ilei.; I n u.. ,

; ,, I'ur''Quid I'ro Quo. COMMISSION,MERCHANT, r .
Not said' he ,
a thought, we ; never .
i .v thought after dark he went to sleep." IRON.. NAILS AND IIOL LO1 VI ARE \ r\
: ; To meet the Transportation demand: t.f trade rr, 11 79 81 and! ."[I of .
'-" I onr < S:11'1nn"naL: : :; : (I Late New .' "" Inr.ylii 7t-nu.1]
'Well, what did he write ?" the ynonu: we hare a :Soh.H.ncr; called the GKO. 1 H{*. DILL, .

$ \ that rune rcgnlaily Levee,) ( + New Orh-aiH. '
meat canvasser asked. s near 1'oydra.- Haviiii( ; /; liNiitt-d hfie. x .iid! n |H.i-tfnIly inform

'1 *Never; wrote anything," wo told him ; I Between this Point and NEW ORLEANS Ti i, rra' Mutt, Tm.l< uml Jf.rtH'f'>uge-'I cupu.l the. I juililutJtit I h f N:-..r hih<'il.1( "I.tak'( 'n;inl'the )-
1 "he didn't know how to write J .Hgued his i -l -11'1LF.1s1; : :iITilll..IIII.tNll'oif: :< ; : I. of 1Ca: -hin"ton tnl Tampa Si-I+., and- having tilted l 1tClioice

I- '' name with an X, and }preached l all his eer- I \\1.1 l are<< in'd!< <' connection with the steamer* IVi ; .1 I. iHliuim.. + WAKKlloTSlCat: : ( : the foot of 1'urui. .-Iriny (,'ffH[+, 'I! with a x.11.-L. .t.+l .tu. k t.f '

t I mons offhand, because he didn't know how ;i I i fry City and /;',i, );.', and with >xtvnivcAVliarvcs For the sale of northern and western prodnce, x Ii i

to make note" \ i and Warehouses; ] it-"II111UIOII tin,.1. TIN AND JAPAN WARE. :Fresh Groceries

'' 44 Well,-well, well,+' the agent said, A GOOll Sf rn.Y OK TUB rol.UiWKJ .tlTtt'Lts! I

11, how this world is given to lying mU.ing-I' We rnaUcd 1 ALWAYS HAND We are now pro'' ':m-d to receive and put in ..Ipre all 1 Sale *Hi K- plaH d tl) wait
are to ofH-r to jiatrf-n the list facilitie": : article, of iinTi'liiiuli-o: ,.hil'I"( to .tf/c/i/s jor tl/(- CtltCHARTER. ? It U(1I11t11"i..Mn ..,oc.lt In .
did Brigham Young do, if he at thvnnale' 't exjK-n.-e. We ..halll..ntin. e to fur [ | our c.ire.We {IIH line. .\* he will do a .

1 poetry t and couldn't write, and never thought hCORN" rOKK, 15ACOX, LAUD 0.1s'rons\ I '
j. AND : ."lrii' I
anything -' FLOUR ,. llyr.'h or Curler 1rtaAre.ts. \,

.burned," we said., married. Didn't need 1 AT naWJlTSJH'ODII: =,51Uthat i_ FLOUR: CO UN, OATS, I .

.sY to think to do that. The l less he thought the AT .\l'TL\L nbr-a.) the full extent wv car will also Kit-ji on hand a large Stoi-k of 89 & 91 CAMP STREET I He will be able toseJI a- .

.. more h? married, and when he died he hadt I rais bawd the iiKMi means actual to (|par.'a,h., the l'roJUl'war1..tt being BRAN, HAY, CORN MEAL, tItrnu(11 II I oJ

t a s so many wives and children that his funeral J| I t We either buy or rcvtriveOn FLOUR, ilo4"t', tit/i lag"aJi11C': :Strrct.ISTov ; r-ow': >; the -O'V'E$ .

f looked like a foundling; hospital and charity POTATOES, ONIONS, BEANS: Orli I *'I
CORN -Mis: T.-i !
CO'l-iignu.14:: ,
; ]< :!llt.. II I.
school l picnic! proc ioo. Tampa Florida, April 2: nd'it.; I! And will Exert Himself
DRIED 1 ao give liuti.f.ci..al
Etc. y.
I 1 and EtartL'Cltor the ..
The AH HAY -
man:rose wearily the prtxluctsof the Country for which we con : -- ----- ---- -- -- I -
door pausing to ask : find market, here or cLw 1IIt here MEAL JOHN: 1IAII.R.1LVILE. I'r .; n.m
I'III1.U"T. i.1'roN: ; .
\Vethink our frjend" for their;Patronage am -()- ; all fa\oriii;; IlIInllh a call ..,. itr
: :' Where'is': the public library ? I must readujxmJittle feeling tlialla: wuwal into est is. Chi true germ" l.f GRITS, & :LAAVTOX 1 I' ". .
trade, have thougltt! it ."; ::
'C right to
: on the public men of our day.fefjMgerpassmS vielJ a /guod, part _
i ,t strange, that I should havegot of harden.-our profit Our to Clerk the \are<.'\unuT--'irho-l'attentive and- l' :irs all die. CshldvancedgpallC+tnttnmentsNotl'eri( "hahle.) POTATOES: 1 :April. !: 21-I! .1-77.:. .____ .. t m I'J
we invite all.
& .
r thUstranger namedJBogham, of whom IneVer who have to buy, to call and look at our Stock, anJwe Orders ItctpectfuUy Snlieitftl@nd flkd atfaced Commission Merchants .1

t h card before, so badly) hiirrd up with (;
1 Edwin Young.=Burlington Ilatdrye! hapHn|. not to buy our n hole Stock on your t i l''tvi"it. ; SALT, VorCotnnnfcntf 11"lUII'I I! :
1 I ; str I
4 r rrY- Lest we might} be nii+uiulei>tood, in con.equence Tampa, June 10th, '76. tf. ... ..
Cliarleston] I 1. I!
r.i- of our fair way of rpeakiug*s to terUJ.e RICE, ic. ', S. O.Ibgg'ng .
I .
t 1 Tit pQblic gardens of Paris have bee u I, l .J!
seller fur
M our cuAUauf} we *vjnce all, thai we can
d ; '' orerrun with spiders this autumn. Careful'observer 1 buy only for CL h or equivalents., we exi'ct : ,.,
(' te # Valuable Place for Sale, : sujiplie!, Literal Advanofs made : .. ,; !
,,,' find them trustworthy barometers, Cash Which we will sell at greatly reduwtl 1 rate, hy on CAJii'igniiients: of CuUon, Rice, and I oilier I 'i I
e f ldtheirrrcb making in pleas- or Equivalents, Containing 160 acres of Rixxl pine land with 800) W ItvA-alc. Produce. | Boot ;
t, "' r orange' trees*-:?00( of which are now bearing for I and Shoe Mal($a
eC' aAd co>keraee't tt when a storm is I .;,
8.0OO the L1BtR.I.DXCE.
:- When we ell our Goo<. Credit being the ground : or same place with 160 awes additional oa all Consignment i I
sill.! IHGH.PBICE 5, for $IOIk, ) section 2 miles from Bay View on Old Tampa GlJ\m:* A Co. ,.f ne''keVi3 on

WE SELL For j and 4J j mile from Clear Water bluff. It ill i elevated >cclfullr, EDWIN ISATI .\: .Cu. i iprej>arwl to Jo duMantiat and eiccllcnt, !leather and
C1\.SH.' and healthr." For particulars apply) at this W. W. WALL & CO. A. S. JOHNSTONPresident: Rank I'rh".... heat.work- ai>f.ur. 4
( ot
JJ.rch 7't
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y <> 42-tf.SiLi Tampa March 2d 1876 Jackcn* (' '
) ly Charleston.: o tf. 'mlr; Tampa, Fla. -. .-.. : -,
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