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 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: January 16, 1878
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
 Notes
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
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Succeeded by: Tampa tribune (Tampa, Fla. : 1885)

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! hT1iA 'TRIBUNE.JSVERY : I, A. B.--r--,GOODMAX LKU ROY MYERS.GOODMAN&MYERS NEW GOODS. POETRY.: first class garden pump with perforated or I ".... .-. ,, '\ ;
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: spray nozzle. With this be can easily audi I ch- o f thcs' I) OUrs a day "iIl she ,."...

[From the; !;cmi.TroliC3l.] d N more i .
his chosen remedy 1"e ot. -
ti t H SATURDAY.. effectually apply three. How dod this a .
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/" 1 ;: : -_- FLORIDA. throwing of water or othe <4rpn;"Tprcparaticyu riblo infant schools whertf the i{ tt. ", : .

., 4- pr \WJUTIXQ FKASK- WHOLESALETOBACCO 1- .. .. Knntryf the land RAe cedar and ring ..!, -.>irtarge o raugo trees with a dipper, were (are they ever now ?) obliged to S t" JInafc i

-: .. ;< t f& n: JrA're tAejfuvxra rrer LloMom..t ..t.baMrtaraAitttThe .... 'if
.J. reminds one of the old lady who attemptedto long, weary hours. with only one hour o t
4 Iya land of. the citron and lime I
T181IG B&TES.1eek.i the-orange, bail the ocea i dry.It respite ? Happily those days of inhuman \ M
& CIGARS IS. .&. cIAATtIiE: Unequalled in Ix-auty, unrivalled in clime,
Year. 9 be well to remember that a single torture not for little .
1 11.03 Mo. 6 Mo.ll- Thy' I'mi-- are M>iindc\l far distant from home, may are nearly over only

*' -4 '::1 .1.: ... $G. $1() $15 Tiiat all who Koul!j tint! a mild climate may come. application of the usual remet1ies will rarely : chik fti, but for children of larger growth, \ -

9 ,,:. :i3 18.. $16 $25 I $40 The land of the the and date sufficient. The insect is safely en- *lam the 'teens.
':;.'-... A ..!p. '15 tss $40 $G52ft 133 BAY STREET. DKALKU IN mango guava prove : evr
.. '!I_''- Of en-fair! bower*. or lovers to mate, sconced within the strong walls: of its house, rWhat do they do iu these kindergartens ? a
Inch la
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: : AiSQUABEUgtee pare Of pocln' bright; fancies and still brighter dreamt!, which cannot be scal&l The children not lesson -Z
; :AdvertlaeinenU inserted lew than One Month, $1 .. successfully except by arc taught any except *

,1el." [oare for fin. and 70 ccnu lor each subsequentttuauon. SA V i-3II: GA_ And lakesIrf beauty and clear,flowing Htrcamx. stratagy. When the young insects are in so far as answering questions go. : : '
: How chnnning to wander in fon -U of 44
Assorted Merchandise green
hatched out and are running in haste Nor should to teach child of : ,
aoi'markeclwith the number oftimccttttl&iaiertedeatU : great ; we ever try a \
Adrertuemento; Wlure tl wt"r.Tilh hue like the prismatic ray,

.>forbid: and charged acwdlriglfP Tobacco Factory No. 8 Cigar NEW Factrv\ORK.No. 616 ICxhale: : fuel sweet fragrance f rum June until May t Muter and t tfii'Jier in quest of homesteads, then tender years uny intellectual process. Do \ it:
LYXCHBCRO.'VA.;
In lliiii fa\'of\lland is the best time to exterminate them. D u't remember the tituo when called '
liberal AdvertWiTEBMSOPSUBSCBIPTION -, attractive and be! >t, you you were
% .fesT SPECIAL EAJES to Tampa; :March 25, 76. ly. .
I- .--.- Corncrof U'a.tliiiif/ton ti'- 11a nun Street, The fii'k. weary pilgrim may always have 'eIIt; wait till they plunge into the styxs! and be- up to stand by the side of the teacher on J t;:'

.i.4 *, : I TISON & GORDON.COTFON The lover of wienec' new fields may explore, come invulnerable, but apply your remedyonce repeat, parrot-like, the A, B. C, etc. ? Have i ; I!

,"!I, IVr Anaam- (advance. ,) $2.00 T.AMPA FLAII: lu valleys\ u'er hilln, :and along every shore; in three or four days, and don't forgetto you not a dim recollection that you wond'r"j\
.u. Sir Month, -. 1.00 : Xew object* of f interest, new wonder* are foundIn
( y put your trees and keep them in a growing ed why should tne names of those -.
5c) you repeat it.t
mg\e.Cop1.-: FACTORS KEEraCOXSTAXTLY: IX STOCK FULL t flower<, in fniiN! in cor.il-m.ide) ground.Land i .-
thrifty condition else the old scales will the ? There
':r --- ofa"t fyiintaiin! pparkling with geun meaningless figures on page u t

BUSINESS& PROFESSIONAL tmm mm .- -cAIiris.. LINES More l lovely than brilliants in king diademi, prove themselves something like the old wan : none of this:: kind of teaching in the kinder .

. ,: "J.J.< i B.i.VJLZX..i a D. VT.C.--WILtR.- AND Ik: nt-atli the bright water no deep! yet !\clear: of the sea, difficult to be shaken off. I I garten. *" *" *" *" *" ,\.J
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Are grottos of I :Naiad, who seldom appear; The orange tree is too valuable to be injured -
How docs the kindergarten benefit the
t WALL: & WILLIS, DRY GOODS nut )legends de:'c.-ilie>> their disporting of old, or even retarded in iu growth by an. child's ? r4a
physical system By promoting physical
In Lt.4I'.mII..J with diamondn and
gainieutii: gold.
Counselors Law' Commission'Merchants.. IVtiutiful! land ,inc; the Mid fate of Eden, insect which i is so easily destroyed. It there- activity. Half the time of thc three p___.' ; ; ;

.., iitorneys. Ladies Gentlemen and Children's' Hats No sweeter retreat to mortals is given.A fore behooves every oue whose trees are infested bourses: allotted to such games as will bring .., r.

f. AND BAY STREET, SAVANNAH:, GA. hninc f r the aged, the young and the gay to rid themselves of a pest so annoying thc whole physical system into full play In '::: ,-!. : .

-4- 4 And thoM* whom tI :lth'oJ current in )beaming and injurious. '
away well conducted muscle .
a garten not a single -
|i, SOLICITORS IN ClIASCtijt 1", Tampa, April, 8th 76. ly. May: thy progrewt l IK>> onward and virtue thy guide. .. .. ) ,
Boots Shoes & Hosiery is neglected. The arms, l leg*, body, and even r .
O' :
of ireemen the
Un'ullil'\ll'lICutdl\n. pritle I The Scope and uses of Kindergarten.
c----4 t,' TAMPAFLA.tUTfliL w. B.SCHMIDT. )-'. M. ZIKULIIU. J. X. WHITHER.Fernamlina the head, are educated to move actively, harmoniously "

PRACTICE in all the Court* SOUTH, Underwear Flu.. January 30. 1878. BY'X'ROF. .:. M. HALE; O? CHICAGO. and gracefully. The tissues! are 1
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Wfl LO&1DA CMliiiiE
} Gentlemen's
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&. ;Office-'TKiJJtnrB Building, nnbUir k *. SCHMIDT & J5IEGLEK. ...-- ---- kept in almost constant activity, aud a healthy <

....1amflll }'eb", ", 1S77. .* tf. Orange: Scale Insect. The popular mind has a strange and erroneous body U the result.:; In the early years of ,. '.

M..SPARKMAN ,a IIA DKERCIIEIF'unmoxs, LACES, idea that the kindergarten is a school.It life physical activity is much more a necessity J
Wholesale Grocers
,. I i: .--- -_- .- I [Head by the Vicel'ioideut Charlea: Donovan of !i., high time that the public be informed of than in after years.: The old plan: so inhuman -. ?

: A.: .toiney at .:J'o.v: :Notions and Stationcr3T.t.nM the HilUlioroiigh) Co. F. G. & A. Association: at the nature of the kindergarten, and the kind so reprehensible, of cultivating the ?"'
.;,.... .' Irst: meeting, M'\rch Ttli 1S78.] -J'
,,. .c OJ '. A...... IMPORTERS OF TOES AND LIQUORS, of education which is:: given to children. who mind while the body remains torpid, was the h

> '.". I! .. AD j.e 4.-;, in part of CALirOF 5, GINGHAMS: If Eve had tempted Adam with an orange attend them. greatest of aU! crimes. I regret to say it, but r-f,

2 Nos. 49 51 53 & 55 New Levee, )DELINKS:: L.\Wln; : LlX-::, JAIO.NKI'S; audi as we nike in Ilillsboroug'a' he .
I."s Enr county "
: .. 1jSOLTPifo. c HKIJIGIS: : ; : KIXUNCS: ; niix-Ks: : DKNIM) ; ;", The name of kindergarten means literally it is:: probably a fact, that the children'sschools !

f'- New Orleans. PJilLI-S t.lIlrflcIIEETI:!. : ; : (::-:, :.STKHM.S: : ;, could not have. liceu greatly blamed- for having I child's garden or children's gartcn. Butgarten :: of America are thc worst; conducted. j mg. .

f1Fr... MEADE, FI.lLL' ...:\. IIICKOlflUS: \\Ints: : .1KAN>: CO'ITON- falliu. te1l
.f iyECKMAX AI 'KS: ; 1HISM, I PIU.S.: Ac 1'ANTS L1NKNS.: ('01.->! in German does nut mean the same All the natural impulses of a healthy, physical .

?.. R.\crCE in all the .(".,urt of South LAICS: Cl'FP1CKTIEO: : 1 :. n'l'l'\l:: I>KKS.siT.N ::. Whether the Garden of Eden was subject thing as garden English.! Time name gar- life are restrained, under the- insanejdeathat ,: ..'.7".

." .'12Qi4a.- & VETSBUUG! : AND si-ooi, Tiuivis I : : I ; :N:-:, .\11-: : to the multitude of Lt5cct p<.' which infest 1 his
'W''I in the German children be in schoo jesscd
-!: jiarch' i-t;ige., 1,15 1 LJ>;. iit.\Il: P, in vark-tv, JLT 1'T"rJj'I'S: : : ten language means a place ,must kept quiet
:, the anti l of America
,.. I and FANS:, gardens: groves we may for recreation. It need not be a flower hours. The public ask, is there.; t1 { ,

.. Hi "Lw.. OHiec.IR. never. know ; hut of one thing we are ns..mrCl.I.tho (blumeti) gartcu, nor need it have trees, in the kindergarten ? Certainly; I b :1. -;. heak. 1't'

'" Wb lcsale Dca1rs in Letteiy Kcte.: Bill and Cap Pajer, serpent. was there, and Eve must have shrubs, or grass. It"on])' it is a place of managed that the chiI..lrcn10\ ne.Y O" L I. ...
\Femvick Taylor seen the like! before for she i is not recorded dtS l'S J.-
as ,',. Po: Yr.
resort where tin re is amu-ement, enjoyment, The fifteen minutes' activethem ( .t
I': xjk- :-: i&-1ltig I'MK-kj", 1'oiket and )1"Jlluran- having manif, ted any remarkable surprise .or; tlftcen mm- ;J 1C/ .t
GAIXErILLL, 1L11. CVj y *, or recreation of' a harmless:: nature, such a : to be quiet the next ten
;- : *** Goods Xotions &e. tluia ln>ok,., I'IIH and( 1 luk. at the encounter. Anti if serpents crawled With what .-S}.
( '
Dry is but this is cropleJ
eU.. Laii 1 Ofii at G.iine74Ue place :: a garten. utcs, quiet \\Olucl
uu-ler the shade of the beautiful
of '
}1a. *a.I at \V l>iiiLtoii, D. C. atlc10if. X'oiletiVpliaiiccs: 'etc., trees The idea of a school implies'ok -lessons seeni.: _tniuscrncnts.ito: tie? child. vho \
IMin: we not that the 1luringschool I "
pt.dI'k may su-peet Phyllox and compulsory teaching. The kindergarten Under the plan: Qtt- ,:: reed (timc" '" t
_._ Savannah, Ga. Sitfh a-i (ViinlH, S.--1!I"', Extract*, 1'uwdtr and PerCutlery eraIK'ked the life juice from Adams grape-: !\tlon of f !
> -... V.-.KIJ.LKY.sit : '-. fu.iu iv, .\.:. Is not a school in that tense. The hours, what: occurs A :> "n .. 4' _
T \itis, that the &ijtcril-t biL' Jlat June 9, 77. tf. very idea of an infant school is horribly gro- blood iu the head. Why ? BjcaiHotheheaior : -

-- --- ----- -- ---. --.--. .. apple' tivcs, and the dr.llbll'OCCUS. with ten The old that the intellectual the brain within it ithme :-....... .
---- -- --- ------- # toque theory only. activepor.Lion .
& FINLEY, CARHART & BROTHER 4cc.::: thousand leak: attacked orange trees. '1
I>owers:: of an infant-a child under seven of thc body. The focr, hands and extremities 0 ,
l He this :is it we have rather positive .' '
I Il1du.iill; Po..ku 111.1 i T. \Me Knhi.s nJ Fork!*, laZhl" may years of age-shall be taxed to learn lessons, of the average school child!, especially: .. ,}:1
.ttor1tey4 Tjtiv.G ImV3rters and Wholesale Grccer ;, :--1"011">', :-'ia"ri; ."c. and, to :some of us, expensive evidence, that .
t ., i is utterly at variance with ail correct ideM of in our,large cities, arc cold. They are not i: t
.. 'i -c 4p t few fruit trues at the
FJiflh1).1. Nos. 50 and 58, Park Place present day are exempt infantile life. Admitting that there }have brought into active exorcise of si systematic ;: .: 1 \
.
Eirclvaro<"', 1 I'ollovwaro, from the ravages of some f form of diaeae or
been children who read Latin and Greek character. Consequently:: the equilibrium of -tW "' .
NEW YORK.Loevengreen& iU.'l'lPl'.-f. ..
-t- fn the istateanl l-Y&Jul Cfl1t- before seven, or were mathematical prodigies the circulation i is destroyed, and vital boat .
Xnil- Cntrktrv, Wiml 1 :and .Till''rm', Chair< &c.. Moore:\ in his treatUe culture]
will c'tvo np.vlaaucntitm !'> land Iii.ttitisni _-.! V .if all!1 dtxriptioiH t.) Mat tliit: nuiktt: on orange at 81x7* ; wc can only say that.all such are in- H not generated. when it should b,..." '
to l ll IVVM in U<" U. $. Loud ()Ci .v at J&ck'.si itK-ntioiiS: only five injects. that prove troublesome ,

iUFit.* aadVa* <]tiaar*.> U. t.. i-tf. Madsen or injurious to the orange, uud of thee tellectual monsters, corresponding to the Physicians: are constantly consulted:: by ,!f't:\ ,\

physical monstrosities which sometimes arc anxious luJC ihildmi have what :., :, "-
-- A ITl.M.lN'KOFGroceries:! : the mtielhell parent, \ f"f
: or scale insect is
l JTolut :L Wa11 lk'5 !luivc to infirm tliciniMic that they) 1m' orange born among us. During the-years from threeto know a.i school headache. Thc child .
we :
.
r ( ]pl.-n.-d aCAilXii': :: MAKING I :MIOl'.in.i n i'.i.n. MHK-t injiirioii*. It is technically called ..1.r may
t a.-( anil Oil i More, onVa.nin t<>n *irwt, I .!">u jmlivtm ilvfffii and is clo.-cly allied to aud'i seven, the purely intellectual of the appear healthy iu c\'r)' respect, but ct>m- }if
\ :E'ii-Y: JjAN: : .'.li1r."lkn! plaim an
to (!It> ''I II I manner <>f lir-t. fli-" Will k in !IH I 111I,'. ..tit II & Provisions, :omenhat resembles the sealc! inssct so"de. i -

AND a* in: inK 't EI-}::", HIV: n\lI: TAIIUiS: : structive!! to the apple and kindred fruit trees, bo repressed rather than excited. During in the school room, or when in attendance on IJRS

I <.ll.\lUo.Z1u.lrll.rt"I i/ riirnituri; t ho: !i" uli-o inv-' I I I thee years the education should ..consist iu school. A Pew days out school causes the
? SURGEON- jisirto: ",aTepairinj:; all kindM in liiHnv.. !i lr. COIN, Fi.orit.: :niTs. MKAL, r.ini ISACOX( ) except that it closely resembles the upper "I:
> I culture and
the
:>w.irt wIt' iiiruihny one tli.it ni.iy: tKvirilliitu, :SAl.T.CANNKU:i FUt'iTS VWSKTAlSLiy:( : : :$', half of miniature brown mu- el-lhe1L with physical cultivation of thePercePtive headache to disappear. The' school room is ,

1 TAMPA, FLA. wish I'AlN'l'S. fJLAof all..iZA s 11I111' hliajM.'.. JKLLll.S: 1MCKL1:>', BtTrEH.l'IIJ'EH: : : i:. SAH- faculties. While rules of general usualy! overheated, but thc hot air d"ocs not -
..t.. IllS; iMirrrKK: VICAMILS(): Mon.ii.\( <; 1 IINIiLuiEI: : : : :.", Ml'STAKIl: and M'KT.S: ( : its flat fride downward, while the apple '
1'_ OFFICE In Block tuft of the Couri'flIouJIt"". CXUI, ami I'lCTUUi: FINDINGS at tae t-Ia-ajic-t: KKKOSKNK: ) : : and VINT 011$, :SMOKINC( and iu.e<'l or Apidtvtu4 coiichlformu has more the morality may be instilled, all sectarian religious warm the cold extremities, while it aggravates ", :t'il

hraertof L&rette and Monroe Street*. l'o..il.lt' rncs.1ri1 C11rWIXiTIU'COUFFUlI| ): J ( ) -CaotptvMarca'lit, 1376. l.'August y. "\ 214 IS7. \varioii-iiii.iHticf| .-> an.1 l 1'1":1114J.IJ'I.: \ -.'. and TOI'.AC-: fliaive of an o)>ter hcll. oT
lyr. '. The true purpose the kindergarten i is:: the well 1 ventilated headaches ;: 7
rooms arc
CO IOXD1111.1: : l a- i Jl0I1Htl'r artklex. This in&cct first made its in no : ::-

Peterson appearance thus briefly described by Jr'rocbel himself.To occur, because the body is active and the ',,,:,\
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about
----- .. Florida and is
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-- ---- AH uliich vMii*< to "" .nt the IAV1S1'JLti : twenty years ago sup-
: take the oversight; of children before theyare blood tlows freely in thc extremities. The It4 ;!:
f;t C. E. PARCELL, LIVING -)::, for po.-td: to have been imported on some orange / _
ready for .school life, to exert an influence -
Painter plants from China. character of thc.physical exercise in the- kindergarten n
Practical
'. Architect & Contlacto..IPlans CASH$ cr AFproTCd COUNTRY PRODUCE When young the "iuiect: ha?, under the over their whole being in corresjiondeucc educates every muscle, and every ;' >,
with tlai
nature ; to strengthen bodily '
I LEAVE to inwrtn.tlle cititen of Tampa ghi.ss, the appearance of a chicken mite audits joint, to perform all its natural function It :.: 1

IBms: ricinitTthat he is now prepared to do motions and From power ; to introduce them to the world of cures and prevents all awkwardness, for all ..- .

". i in mil it* branrhw-Hoasc, ipi. Car- and Specifications living thankful for 11.\: >01, l h\ will ,'II'l'a\'Or to merit are rapid nervous. nature and of man ; to guide their heart and ll.1tumlmotiou and awkwardness '
i, and lJr amentar' PaintIni-Gf:1inin; : and future, i.ivor by ktcjuii,; nji) a I- U L1, STUCK ol the under side of its breast proceeds:: a suckeror :! are graceful, -I
hanging.( hating"practiceJ the trade for all Micli C art mlioiuand in tliis market! beak by means of which it extracts the soul in the right direction: and lend them to is abnormal motion. The (cejsclta ac W tfi .

jez in Euronc1 and America. lie engage* Fu nished for Buildings K'llinpj them :.* LOW a* li.* ran ailord. tliitn, 1111'\i the origin of all life; and to union with hun.I' \'it\I"I" ..> :' 1 H modified, }harmonized J ; '
all hu won: with neatnnw and amJl'&('''. ]>a\in -trirt attention to his lni-inv and theunu* t>ap) which constitutes its food. It moves J ,--e.' And J

,9n.1nlnc, Sign and Ornamental) Dtin;;'a of lii i" eii-.t.niifrM. I 11-4 .ld tii-tniiur) ", ind the jmh- about fur 36 to -18 hours after being hatched It. will. .be .observed. .. that. there. is no mention and'jC AND GULF RA y.tioc. ;.. '.fP :rcfu'. "' e sunny. .. ,'
J,_ Workhop in :Masonic Building. n th JPublio and Irivate, lic gfiii'rally, are invited to call! and i-xaiiiino his in this of reading, writing, arithmetic, it.' _- w singto !""';J
Dee. 15, T7. lyr. .."$U .fou jnmrt-1&a-ilig| t-I-.cdu-re. out, looking: for some favorable spot in whichto of rules : -. Ii": toingshot .1:
r-- Estimates geography, history, or precepts' etc. r :NTt: .1 AlIIoyne [
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furnished when dcsircd.Stljberintetliling insert its b'uk.:1: :: !(.on as the spot is -
-not a word! about books, or even of iustruc- .,
.. Y4i ln.olld) ( j:: the fuiistnioliun of liuildini* a .Xo Cliarye Mmlu for t>lionlnyE.STA1JLI.S1IKD (;f(1f 111. selected and the beak inserted it settles down UT.A.C' rcman: ... Ntti all
'St// 81'1-::<.::1.\I.T\ : tiou iu the ordinary sense. But it mcan<..fc3" .
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for lifo, and the scale covering begins form.
.: \; _ _ June 1C, 3ni. :; Ib03.CJoiiiniissioii : that the child gains activity of the bo" dTTfr A-r \ Atheism
.i ; ....' The female deposits her eggs to the number U JW: I Ir. Bishop. ong"O"'Dc'i
; :!t -- I mind, heart, and the j-erceptivc facuItTj* plague.;
TAMPA of :!O to 30 in two parallel and decreasing nothing
HOTEL. rows
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\\ idt
i r? Asrer &c. llouso: I "As a physician I am uatur" .11'ul' | L the rs> .n..
in s-iie gradually, as the eggs: are deposited terested in the *..r. They arc meuj sUC and feeble reasons ; "rrom 4 "*-7
corrrr"
.II L rrnhIzt: :llOVitIlL. OF she finally dies and dries up at the small children; au.l I T ,.'- 1I1inry IJ Mt mankind: 4- and I am sure, Hl-vins.: It i (l he '\ysJ Ijty /; --

enl of the ealc. The iur-ects: are that jh of what the\ tliecorrupterofmannflsW. "
*>wo k in S. B. DOWN ES & CO. young kiudcrgar ) (':\11 sa) _I but the faintest idci Y
:ii '- ten- hatched out in a few days:: and escape from of thmeJ &have not re- r through, their hearts audj.v.'ses miner of property." Hare
to
_ _iTh B nud iito k /T 1I1S HOUSE IIAVINCJ Utn .'a ilarK) ...1 l and 189 Read Street N. Y.REFKRENCCS the M-ilo at the rounded cud. The scale ; relief from the list of poor have would' pass You kno.v it has pvssed \\t, no l being eloquent for atheisni"\ .. f
:
Alcr open. ;
I :; u* _JL rvfw-iii'litil! I* now ready) for the reerjitiun <> covering the male coccus is much smaller Tik. of demonstrated wic- I man needs\ bausted reiver the miml can t\ :
I When a poor
OU'I'I thau that I into a proverb .' ...... .. .'-_... ;..i.anlh..... 711..
I Ie 1"-'loridn. Oru.ng'e 9 of the female and the perfect insect he should apply to u.e t i'.r- TJ win, __the clearest) prooi iiu ''1''

_ % J* instead of remaining like the female cry" ns.-iolu\t1:, ('C, the 1 God never wro Q
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a know :
Location-High, Dry andPleasant. Fror- jI obvious. Only! the poor clement. IHcon says
rOvE Southern Protluec9 soft bodied grub all its life rauion it atheism because Iii ot-"n."
Place. ,
finally develops the" in my They know how heavily: miracles to convince .
Tables >lieJ with the best. curse of poverty. \ .
con-
6api into diminutive \\ hueisiderTthe
a undiscoverable the it.
fly
A SPECIALITY. by me-- crushing the heart of man: and (to uw works convince

/ Stables in connection with tho House. naked eye, except when feeeu late iu the afternoon !? r. 1 must; havc I falls_ : ,,.n..t.; Mnressioirt they can at once put \ study of anatony.srs ." 1.Ierbcrt, of
Ino"PhywcalX01: r.
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: ; D. ISAAC CRAFT, Agent between the observer and the declining : pay it iu theJnfortqutc ones' place andappreciatedifncultii obcrvl'! :', 1 LE1wY ; ""i -

$ *rthereception I Tnmpa,,March 2d, ly. Eo '..\. CLARKE, ) I sun when the infected tree is suddenlyjnrrl' 9cl1 thc place," themselves :nnd.aro therefore al- the frame of m'an's b3the
4 1g. *egintI7furiuhed \v. W. WALL, >Tampa. ment they n *, ;

v tie or in wilts, in ; JOHN JACKhUX ) <1. I IVarious to their to rend r assistance. as far as: coherence of hU parts being g .
I 4. U in the town. remedies have !been I, "it will, wayy 1 hoM : the
adopted for Bishop,
Mr. least that :,
? .. saul had the
ljj
icnf boarJen SCHEDULE10F THE HACK LINE J. O. VANDKUMT., )1 Iammatee.1IoDUCE abc.! ,If Mr.; Mertoj\ and p'aradoxicaL
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are
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the destruction
; of this insect, such the sacrifice, ai PVT.jpJa
gP 1* mab1e i'rc. IIVSK X '\v York. as taI)* SOcudou ,1 at a great what I auVrny family ha.l' to pass Irciat ,t miracle of nature. -
idea : .. .... .. 1ntheA
.. CKAXE 4 CO :;1r.A. theorymoking I the have made, my familyiiiTigai .n:
tr'e.I'' I
-- -. thfl smJin. I think he woaKT. be willing; 10 '''Ol'' .'1 awcism-j-t
I, f.j.4.i; .'(: *. JVopi ietor* -- with whale-oil, lioap-sud, ; : :;; -be-- homeless.;- It i is hartI\ only through, for his pther thau distress i h .
money
Einstein's Sons
'. ', guano, carbolic froajsud3 money as I do several years: *"
-_ I and Fort Mbade. () a\ wi-h you had to earn your of I us." '
f. PINKNEYI Tampa coctiou of tobacco, ken> then know something list.eu
..- might
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G. I. P. Diialynhki) & Co. have btartcd a Hack I thiV'Ilix" the haul: be imagined. A new
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MERCHAUTS.YORK. of 1
I none my *"
i.Uli Line from Ft. SIado to Tanijia, liu-h dcuarU aud I cat' only in imagination: put yourself opened to him. He was:: pai\g thr\ugb *? ;
0 arrives '\ 'ectivcly &:I follow: unless persistantly an11"Thorough would have a little mercy his Le rShortly i ,c._

.: : ,. Leaves Fort 3IeaJe every Tue Jay M-ornipg anti BOOrS SHOES & HATS :I and frcqu. -*Lthat place, I think you experience! that had never. been_ .I ,-. -- :A
: wrivcfl at Tampa on Wl ni. b\11 at noon. : s m ou mo.oninKelrT'esiyeAWW:: aftet the conclusion ol rime ineoi 1 I AM

: t Soli I ted. Leave Tumpa every: ThufuJay iiiorulng anJ ,. application of the useless talking; I extended tliw one 1 his leo thanking Mr. Atm 1 1Irs. ? >> ;.
: tin ; take > \ :
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arrive at Ft Mcade every Friday evening..live will probably acta replied Mr. arose
longer
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mILL Dollar it the fare for a iugle j.azIger and Savannah Ga. ticnlan aj.>i>ly to s ) Bi..hop for their kind hospitality.: r -- v* *. .
iu nine coutin-\ \ '
-k '. Lf )&Co,of Tampa. 100 iliA. of aggge.Tarni cure ca,> he turned to his desk: and all night, uiThg i him he: :n, Jl Wr fS.
him to
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raa, accepted tbenbSoL1 L _,7or : V jPpB PKSting of the Florida rating it; frequently with soap-suds wither: ....... v ** &JENSEN, S

t [Mociation I, was instructed to notify liquid manure. ". LERS IN
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r l all regular: Physicians in the State of the Tho Fair. .I "flrN

r9)4 telegraph at once to I tion held $moD2pt San Do- existence of State Medical\ Society, and to Several meetings of the Agricultural and -- Mdic1neM -

oome,,., r From this) it will be seen that the I I 1I. -j, na q prove that request the co-operation of each Physician in Fruit Growers' Association of Alachua ('''. Jewelry, PanETC. S ,

!wrw'.willbe! fcgunau leryearlj day, S JUg OI .onie priest opposed to the Ie.ovar the formation of County Medical Societies, have been hold this week, and something has t-

possibly within the next two weekaWe of the remains, bad effected a clever and also, to request that said County Societies been accomplished. Col. W. A. Colclough c:
was chosen as SupcrinUiident and Mr L. A.
substitution by which the. Spaniards were would send! Representatives to the next meeting Barnes, Assistant. :K M. hampton was appointed .S

4 (;Lew. _. 'PD, I sol<]-this tradition gave occasion to an actual of the State Medical Society, to be held a committee of one to solicit subscriptions Sjiwjial attention given to Ui e COUPOTJSDINa
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' IJ Xfl IJ paper S..vand then: J4 O, if you build a railroad repairs which were being done to the The following will bo the subjects for discussion have been locatedlq a committee, northwest Physicians' Prescriptions

t.c'tt' ;' M d '$ ra, WSw from Tampa, you will ruin the business of Cathedral in San Domingo, and which have at the next meeting of''fhe- } Ia. .Mod. I of the,city near, about the residence one mile of from Mrs.the Bailey.CourtHouse "*

i : : > /, the place. Little interior towns will'spring! resulted in proving incontestably that the remains Asso. at Jacksonville, April 16th, 1878.I. : This location.was selected by the Association, AND FILLING COUNTRY OBDEHS. S -<

I hgpe UTTto LI ong and ncarthe line and take away allIs of the great Columbus never left that The Endemic Origin of Yellow Fever each member voting by ballot. The Association / '

*4Ufl1UbSCT7OtbfL tn p
** >(bo e people ud) to promote the yuur inhabited this peninsular before the days of The Excretal Origin of Dysentery, perfect arrangement for purchasing the fairgrounds FICIAL TEETH: oo CELLULOID lL\H ln..rt.d tA
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killer) Why has not Jacwouvui? in the best
the ,te. bld"1IW1neran.J.M.\T1Slo'4\CT10f
putting buildings .
:, nent of .thu section of the State up ,
tflffejiumSluiJ .theJ llu.t be iu the possession Continued Fever and UUAlt.1'.:}:() -
the banks of the St.Johns becauseof ; _! : Diphtheria. Gainesville .
Timtt.
jungle on _ _ _ _
lii company in' purchasing the paper, las of individuals relics arch- JosKi-n Y. PORTER M. D.Secretary..
Lake City, Live Oak Madison Monticcllo !!, amTuiatcrjaU/or We arc aJo rreJ'l'rcd10 do all 111
: BO object ia View tare that of keeping it from value. in the -
rescaich inestimable .
Tallahassee and Let these teological of .
fate Quincy Ddg.IT'I I .. H. R. Benjamin M. D. .
1 'cospending, as ;ts proprietor Mr. HawkiMwu write themselves Ah well! These thoughts lead me to make the inquiry, -

I *oiapeled! by his interest T T ide ) assess. is thtre an Historical Society in the State of WASHINGTON'" March\ 12.-Mr..Joncs, of Jewelers' and Watch Makers\Iine
gents, we know wle1ivery.you wear. : Florida from the committee lauds 3hy.sician & Surgeon. ,
of the State to abandon his home TlJ jSoroaetiaie. on public :: ,
Florida and
? if should be
; f ; .: It unowa fixture beyond all .-. ....5.-. : my enquiry answered reported( with amendment the senate bill, to RESIDENCE: ,-One and a kal/vtUt nortA of Tampa ALL WORK WARRA. 4ED."-
-I A Patch of DHL in the negative, permit me respectfully amended section 288 of the Revised Statutes on Afinijjta Arfflue.OFFICJ'Ccmer We imrile attention to STOCK.

.. : ( jy'; doubt,'and should I fail to make it as deserv- The following bilj were :introduced in the to suggest! that in this regarFloiida is of the United States so as to enable citiuus: : of TranVlin Twijnr Street; Tampn. Feb. :-&. '11. our "-'\( ,

I lag of public patronage as a first class! local behind many of her sister states. An asso of the state of Florida to transfer a portionof Tani|1"0, Fl.i.: Vol. 3, So. 1-ly.
: paper: : nitrite, the company will secure the House of Representatives on the 4th InsL by their preemption or homesteads to aid in
Davidson. elation an Historical Society, can accomplish Dr. F. BRANCH House and Lot For Sale!
P tSFncesof & more competent man for the lIon. B II. M. the construction of railroad Placed on the ,
: in an incredibly short time what no individual
calendar.
: *plflc As:a Jocal it represents the in- IMPROVEMENT OF CIIIPOLA RIVER. Physician & : A GOOD NEW HOUSE with 5 room -t**
paner Druggist.
It. efforts can do. The Societies of The sinking fund for the Pacific Hull, ntl .tury and half xituateti
South Florida and therefore merits Mr. Davidson introduced a bill (H. No. a : on Morgan St. in th,
of
; ," tfresU New England, New York New Jersey, and occupied! the day. -1 T HIS OLD ST L.VD. town of'(:101Itft. Apply to W. W. Wall & Co. for
3660) making an ,appropriation to improvethe
Ll\ the the information.
of people of this section. 4-
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support S _
., navigation of the Chipola River, in the Pennsylvania accomplished work which Mim-h .1C, '73.; ... Iv. -- Si,
You
get a better containing more -- --- -----4
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The
may paper Tampa and St. .Johns Jtnllwn .
b. elsewhere leas but State of Floridawhich: wa read a first and without them never would have been! done. I WM. C. liKOWN: JllllX It. ISilLCY.. FOR SALE. (
reading matter at a price, When the writer Governor .
The contributions of these Societies to the present defending;
time referred the Committee
please tell ma how much of your local interests second to on of their in Drew's veto of the Gainesville, Ocala Brown & A VALUABLE: Irjwt of land: on the west ni.Ie of
history! respective sUitc particular
.. does such a pa per represent? That is the Commerce, and ordered to be printed.IMPflOVEMEXT and Charlotte Hurley Railway bill, took occasion I Swingley lt. J''lullin'ILr Jwhn'n lai.-known M the .(
and to American history! generally, are immense John .Ia,,.
Levetou | Fur rani"tlla"1'1'1,. to 'JL
OF SUWANEE RIVEILMr. to Mijjpt that the l best and! earnot
I light in which every body should look on his WlI'iIIi-, "'14"'IIIL| "1.&. 36-tL. f *
and constitute in themselves
Davidson; also introduced bill II. a library for South Florida to ami -
: homo J. P. WALL. a ( way ;get cheap \-
: I LAND AGENTS
paper -tha literary treasures and arehiuological pdilioin transportation to outside markets, j
.' .. --Aa R. Nc. :3661); making an appropriation to ,
4y 't. objects which fill their: Halls arc of priceless was: to build narrow: gautre railroad: to thitSt. "
c ; .
of the PLANTING
Suwanec River AND
the
.eaHavanA dates to the 12ih continue to improve navigation Johns river, he did not think from the FARMING

?!: it reporjt- ; rarreoders of M hc Cuban forcosto the in the State of Florida ; which was read value, and constitute attractive points for the temper of South Florida: l people, at that time, TAMP, I'TAUhl.I; .

; # : 8p&nUb authority. There is hanlly any a first and second time, referred to the Committee visits of btiangers and the researches: of the that they would so son act upon his !ltlg'-; .- IN THE SOUTh

Commerce and ordered to be student. Is it not then, permit me further to I tWO, or if not upon it, at least the WILL I give Hint itl nttvnlKiu; tn11 l ItI"inl" .,
bat on upon apparent
1 doubt, that the Cuban Republic has col- | .' ask of the mission of the I facts which catned him make it. _
a part public }prc&j : to .
Upsed, priutei!. .H'lliiix'; iI-: : \KSTATi:; !I.OCAT1SU lit HI E.
.._ to awaken an interest in this matter! and to But, judging from what the Tampa papers $TEAIS I :111.1 t'RI-EM: II'T1o( :-.. maldnK cnmrie4\.f For nli.il.lc
IMPROVEMENT CALOOSAHATCHKi! : : RIVER.: information
L' OF there can be little t'oubt but that road : .XN in I I li Im.llh"a.ljtlinll on all topim connected
say a STATK I* I ItS, Ae., 'iol' ill.lsuranigl with -S
t r : Mr. CL N. Hawkins, Into editor and ,Mr. Davidson also introduced a bill (II. make a pei>Htcnt effort to organize a State will soon he built from Tampa to navigation )i: ttflhtjt-t. 'l'l.ci.11 rt1irt-iitc givi-n wl"nn"I"ir. \grkuhlll''ruit }. i.oil1COIk Breedinz. I
; Dairy etc., thai fin-t .
class
l'lC..lC"t Southern Arriniltural
,. e;. proprietor of this paper, has been constrained R. No. 3662) making an appropriation to re- Historical Society. A call for a meeting at on the St. Johns via Peace Creek. The l. 4O-if. i 1'1,,,.r, OUR HOME JOURNAL AND-

some central point would bring together gentlemen Hon. John T. 1/esley, with number of other lUi\L: : H'flll.D.. It U
): ',' by circumstances: connected. with his interests e mQve<< ObtructiotlS.ill.tho. mouth of the Caloo- C..R. POST complete every
( ; citizens bus and) : department| aiul orr 3OO( of the nuwt andcxIscririwctI
education and kind ml tastes nod prominent :: organi7ed incorporated practical
'* frt. rf Virginia... to leave Florida and consequently sahatchec River, in the State of Florida : a for the A I | f.miu-r* nml planU-n from all (ertion ,

.:\ :;& : dispose of the SiTCLAXp TRlBt E. This ,which was read a first and bccond I lime referred especially all such as have a truu state pride. i is to company be made at once purpose.or a:* FOOH as survey a- n'l."f'r to IVwr I Honav, elf the :SiMitJi itmtribiite with the to rariou it column on.renr wibtnliMinmt 5'--S

,11 step was forced on him by circumstances. to the Committee on Commerce, and The organization of a society, would be the competent engineer is found and negotiationsopened ra i"t"I. Crop" and Stock

r tirely' foreign: this enterprise. In I losing ordered: to be printed.IMPROVEMENT work of a few hours, and from that date in f for the purchase of the iron. S GROCER It i i.* the '.Mot, larjv ami be.tc taMi led Week -

: him! has lost most citizen dh.idul\llUembc11l would go to work iu the The Srxi.ANi Tiunrxn : "All I ly A-rricultuml tonl"r in the Southern Stato, it
Tampa. .I a worthy OF HILLSBOROUdll RIVER. says ittiitaiiM fvcnrthuijf that U ami nxeful .
new to N uthtru
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J, And one whom his associate editor will always Mr. Davidson also introduced a bill (II. good cause. The proceedings of, and the papers doubt of the success" of the enterprise are fastdisappearing. I I AM> R.\I.KR: IX agrioultural .1'u..uil.*, the New of' the Week> ,

r read at the annual meetings, would from The Tampa Guartliun says : I'houv Family liiuling, the N. O. Market KepurU '
remember with of Onr R. No. to ,-
a glow pleasure. 3663)) making an appropriation "The survey. will bo made a ron"lrurtion \ 11'W" (n.1U ail the Smtliern j State,. and maav ralaaV,
intercourse always and clear out the channel in River the itart form the nucleus of a society collection tile illlrudi..., nut! .
.was genial pleasant, Hillsborough train ordered and negotiations will I IK; commenced ) ) Western Produce diit'ruinin ilenw. Sulntcriiftiiin O'
.- audio.the tro jean association an unkind i in Tampa Bay, in the State of Florida; which -contributions of letters, manuscripts: for the iron. NW feel in flying that jt'i}Iri"nl v,to$:'J,:-Illl'r| a.I-frewi vt'IIr. r <*tl>*M. Kaniple cop-
any on rwl\4 ut 3
-' .jrord ,was never spoken by cue to the other. was read a first and second time, referred to pamphlets, individual researches: relies &c. the curly completion of this road is settled." 91 & 93 MAGAZINE STREET, ..rllllll". AI'DHtl l. \ ceaUiuJ.m.

would} } from time to time flow in, and! it would This is intrictcd in ::
;- Florida ran never pay the debt of ob Committee on Commerce, and ordered to city directly the construction "Outitoi.meJoiiritI '

e'Ewes. to him for establishing! this be printed. not be long ere the society would have a local of; this, road, as it will, when completed NEW ORLEANS LA. S anil Idirul :Soiithlntul." '
; become a most important tinier to ,, _
g ti time i he did for to it may be LiarrMiousK AT PITXTA RASSA, FLORIDA. habitation as well as a name, and possess a NEW OULJ\Nt\.: ,
: inland tntd A the '
our glance: at map will ::t I -If. S
4 : telitcb; i of the increased Democratic Mr. Davidson also introduced a bill (H. valuable library and museum in a tire-proof show its importance| and give an idea of the tf.Florida -
'
: Yotecfth'i.'AOfl. 2U.the last election. Our R. No. 3664) making an appropriation for building in som-i central city of the state. Insayi'og large additional territory it will add' to that Land

'beat 1U b, )\'ill ys be for him. the erection of a light-Souse at the port of thu, I give you what I have seen and which is now supplied, mainly, from this ritv, THE PEOPLE'S PAPER -

.. vC Punta Rossa, in Monroe county, Florida ; witnessed in my own state. through St. Johns:! river tian>l' 1"tatitln. So +,
.. then if this: : desires ahtlpin hand ,
I JJ1muulcatti. CJrIC'sH: : II. S. S. company ;; ---
'Ve talc which was read a first and second time, referred from Jacksonville it will not be withheld.S' .- ANDEmigration I .

.1, ure in calling attention to to the Committee on Commerce, and .-. /i u ml i'ress.

munication of R. S. S., and urge on ordered to be printed.It Muuntcc County Dots.<< .._ A LIVE FLORIDA PAPER I

; r our readers a careful consideration of its suggestions. ; is an easy matter to introduce bills, but S'l'1'1-N WS. lr,

fr I': ( Some method l should be, adopted altogether a different affair as to getting them Although Manatee county occupies a very -Four bund nil acres are plautc) in ;green Agency.No. ., I

; to collect and preserve matters of importance ; passed, and it is in the latter respect that the insignificant space upon the great theater ofeven peas near Lake city. 5 I l

1//, ; relative to the early history of Florida: and I people should estimate the ability of. their ts, an occasional incident transpires' -Two new locomotives have been ordered \ .

as the author of the communication has well statesmen. They are sick of fair promisesand within he; limits iu which the readers of the for the Atlantic, Gulf and West; India 1 llail- THE SUN AND PRESS .

';- said, there Is no better way to do this than empty show. The people have had! TRIBUNE feel, at least,.some degree of inter road. .19 University Place, ,

';' by the formation of a State Historical Sucict)'. enough of such and are no longer tolerant of est. -ren :1"olhL'I: : received 1 this year of the l'"l'li.-l.iil, at u.k..u\.iII)llIu.13.at evtrr morning except _" 'f.

:,. We would particularly call the attention its continuance. We presume if Mr. Davidson Mr. Reaves who seems to have bceu the cotton crop right thousand seven hundred S -+6r V :;...

3: b of our State exchanges to this matter, and is in earnest, that he will exert himself to assailant the late difficulty between him and two bales. New York. $tWO PElt l : :
YEAH
F'C trust that they _will exert their influence in get the Committee of Commerce 4- to report on self and Mr. A. Watsou: in which the lat -The Grand Lodge of I. O. O. F. will P
'. tq favor of the The author of the \ hold i its session at Tallahassee on the second ( ssrrew'nsleIiee; i N nolioitoil with I11rtii-. IiwisIg: .
: project. communication his several bills at an early day. ter got severely stabbed, was arrested a few 'iril>li- I.aiul to M'll.. ::5j--m.( :! .
R' U a gentleman of high literary The improvement of the channel here is a days since and carried to Manatee where a Tuesday in April next. .. '-- CHEAPEST DAILY IN THE SOUTH :

and'scientific; I feels 1 much interest I -Captain W. F. Lw, the newly appointed Ho For Tampa. Ba.y! \ .
*; attainments 10 : matter of too much importance not to deinail l 'preliminary trial was instituted. Mr. It. i1's,1i'1i,1 t
Postmaster! : of Pensacola, has given Ins bord Tilt Srv I'KK-M i 14 the
AM only morning
in the progress and future welfare of of with assault and with par
tho efforts
strenuous our to wag charged battery
congressmen
!
in .
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and assumed the
charge of the ulh'ce. | Fluri.I..1111.1 only one rvcvivinjttlu
the" tate. For our part, we are glad that obtain an appropriation for it. The construction intent to kill," and was held a prisoner in Orange Grove Hotel A-WK-i.ittil I.n'". I 1)ijl3ti'ht-s.i : It ..rontain: all j .

he has directed our attention to a subject of of a light-house atPuuta Rassa and the default of $5000! bail. The prisoner was entrusted There are twenty-two prisoneis in the the St.ite ami rily IU-WK, the woril'! market reM>rtiil -
Escambia county jail awaiting their trial for l by tflttrnih| :a varictr of inU-rt-aitip I m.-lecte l .r-'
so much importance, and 'wc moreover, take cleaning out of the Caloosahatchoe river are to Charley Me. for safe keeping, under various offences. Only three of time number T.A.M:P.A. FLORID.A.: lid<>, iilituriaN on mirrviit Uipicn, ansi l in in every .r

occasion to thank him for other 'suggestions also matters of great importance to South whose guardian care and protection be are whites. WilY jlL..t awh a |ojfr nn the people of KluriiU want. .[..

for the good of the State which will be Florida, and it is to be hoped that something was thought wife by all people save, j erhaps;, Three years ago the business! portion of //. I.. ('n.LV I'; cfcu.., "I'fllu'it'lm' lA

I I brought before the public at the proper time. may be accomplished the"way of providingfor ; Mr.I II. himself. Night came at la-it, though, Monticrllo burned, and to-day one cannot TIlE WEEKLY SUN AND PRESS ,.; 1 i

I I,I ',r- 4 rI those necessary and highly I important uu doubt, slowly to the prisoner, and all tell that such a disaster had come upon HAS Kin tlionuii'ltlv n.nO\:1..1: 1 :,n.1 l i. nil1'1'4'U 1. a 1a1'JIhirtytwo rulumn par| neatljr printed :'i

Necessity for Action. public improvements by the present eon.gres. were seated around the supper table ; Charley the community. ,the nxi ption of Nortlii-rn Visitor,*. ami I till,1! I with intonftinjf rvwlinjf matter. It i 1. brf.ir I

Sw It has been said that "life is one eternal !. (perhaps) trying to excell the rest iu the Schooners carry freight for very low All who l o.jnllrll\.II'rl' I ht winter 'J\'cldiJhh"l.) lht) .dwnl"t} | newjuijuT l.uloh"II\.J in the State. "., t

: i : "e," This truism although! intended 1 as .. rates to Jacksonville tins time it is twelve TliU) IiM-.ility: i it |i.irtinil.irly: : rioiiiniuu.lcil a re- nnlr" *: OOprr, ""'I\r. AihlroM > \
dexterous use of the knife and fork, when fur Im.iliiN.No Till- SUN AND "HIH'OIP..' Y, | I.f
and half cents barrel and three sun S i !
a dry I
lying to the phyiical organization of our per a.ck""uville. FUrida. v'
; [CoMM UN I GATED.] suddenly and unexpectedly the prisoner cents per cubic foot on boxes. ji.iiin will! 1 loe 111':11'\\1| to mike; (Jui",\t-i fey! at ., "
'::4:'r. lu resisting all of the disturbing influ- snatched a which} had been incautiously homo ansi VilIifisrtattt. m j
A Htato.Historical gun .
--r the destruction of the Society. -The Adams and! Southern Express Companies 'fnlJll'a. l'b.. Xu.\'.. 17tli 1 1S77.! ; Cm. -- -- -
"cLeudingt.o being, \
laid within his reach and strode to the door '
.
have .
revised S
the tariff for fruits
and
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EDITOR OF TUE SUNLAXD TRIBUNE -- THE SUN. ,r1ai
'!. : ::\ applicable in our relations o'f life, without to make = .
4'. / stopping negotiationsby
any vegetables from Florida. Some reduction A. ]3. JJITTEK .
Sir. In visits to state during '
..'. as individual ,or communities. my your which he might t'lde injxicc. If, in fact, has been mode to nearly all important{ mar 1878. :-NEW YOBK. I'f 1-
.. the few 1 have been impressed ; 11
.. 'nQ such tbiu v -*'"" ll past years!, kets. ( )
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'" men's faith their works ,
we may judge fty !!, we i:;
',,, 4. .Jlcomiums with the fine field that is the '"" -
to -
.",."" "G;& .'I.. .., d e. open A< tlu) time rti'i'mu-lu-t fur the rrneWwriplionsTHENUN >
.,
o. '" would conclude that Mr. K. did on that occasion During the post: month there have been : = W\tUt.! rcinin.I ;iu : .) .L'
Ifv ." Historical and they Archxological student. : :
-t MemoriaUSociety. love darkness rather than light." twenty-eight arrivals of vessels at this port l wctlwi.tier't e\tiy vhcre, that it l U again S :. .
,
L :: _..' "- "Yall net. If the history of the original thirteen states ,,,, (
: ; twenty of which were coastwise ami! eight f r.eign fur their nuiiiiloration ,nil *>ui>j*)rl. lTp 1.'';;' WkJ !'
At this critical from
Practical i/ !is rich in colonial and revolutionary events, juncture Charley arose There were thirt'-six clearances, twen iitl! (for the i>.ij L
table the mndest in but he could ..f the heart '' .
man tcwn, ;
( says Ut.a.
being to the United :Suites Y"1icg ; i
-'Q', -"t of Florida: U not less so! as to. the period ty-seven ports! in "Ikh have ..
thL. only bestow, after the hasty deglutition of a and forcijn-l'ell.tucow.ltoaucc. ct mauntY :f .
: !
corrupter
tutor" llho
- 9 LEAVE to a foreign flag dominated, and to the iiuartt-r of he -' -
r B' that he i iunental that. half masticated cud! of beef Boot and Shoe Maker hare Jit'I'h" _
&nd T1dLI tough an indignant lally'ti11r of property. S '
FclfoVj108 which have embraced a large -J. T. Walls, lately declared insane and :
; IArrrotS Iaintfl ia the distaneeyrjod since! she came under look upon the departing prisoner. Tho sent to the asylum at Chattahoochcc, returned limos t-nr.. I'flce (bylwr .It> l eing clo<|U
J bavng 1' :tin hold of them, and *v, 'nm not m-utak gun which Mr. U. paw fit to take, was some to Gainesville Wednesday last, after : iH'tififH!; iln jMililic tlit: lie h:M c''tl\t The Hiinriaa9tcj| ICccivcr the mind cannoN.;. !: .:

ty yt? a Euroi !WftIL nr.' Utfl the faculty" ..nLh-whiC 1 \&.., boy\ in a short time July returned to its owner an absence of several months lie state that HFKKI'Y\ Sill >K: MIDI'I I in $lit.* I.I""nioJ.'lIiltl.: h 1'IlJe ..h'4.tt. the cleared proof that it ii 0 ; 3
$.U bi' wor whe, help thn wnttenr i he has i.. .'f\\1 l cl. work hi hit Hue withniatiuHS of tlie dajr, wiflg* wro' "R
tzecUt Sign an'l omasgtou The Gods help those I with an accompanying : that he completely recovered, and was regularly hitf and I'r''j|> tu > all Kicou : G( tl never )
message "
In' says
2.B. GtJ r .irativc- released. niul itiip.iti.il.Tampa '"* clement. ;..,.
_ mbo ) In IJ/ 4 ERsoNAL.-We, had the pieasa.. would turn up all right at court ; and it i U a IlL, J.LII. WIlt 1S7.I.SI'A1hI1ISIIEI; ii. Tn..:'&. miracles to convince atheism, because His Ot 1::.,
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t' I'OBt
..r..1gba.DcJ57.'I I- ; .Resolutions have p.lUI:
been almpted by Cubans ---- ---- .
C ? .n Whoever con-
S our anetuuiSwordi un. fact worthy of note, as it is much to convince it.
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of Boemg-m very works
week )
1905j at Jacksonville, Key West New York : i$6S.: dinary .
- \: fj Newark K. connected wit Mr. n'... credit that few inclined ? Herbert, of
1 : j ) Hcrrmanoiarge aiRespective- of who are to doubt and other places, denouncing any terms of Who 11._ niaCnilho study( of anatony, .
that city,,, arnycd/al.
..Journarof the fulfillment of the nil.tc I b lcvonll never
,,
S \ .1. Steamer \ promise. peace, except those: based upon the iudc|>eud- Commission thnllJgl"ltcrhur. )" observes, ,
JiloUHO .
If" :' I :o: af.t. Manatee on the dice of Cuba. They are going to fight it .lIcll'1004I.n. : frame or m"an's body and .,
:w : t P t week dimself as being ipleased ves The agitation of the community over the OF Weosne 1.....' l1Qau atheist; the .
BA L' _(I1 t.- day. He expresses and much" above episode was intensified by the break out on this line if it takes all summer. -. gin4h., e..un."t'llo hcmcc Of his parts being so strange l!;'
'Maker Manatee very
I }l&rrIBSS ) jeweller with with the thriftwpearanceofJR. ing into of a dwelling house near Manatee bya Monticcllo levies a license $125,00 on S. B. DOWN ES & CO! agricultural j..uma.l, anlr\ paradoxical.1 : that 1 hold i"it roo be the ZI'nliaU1

<# I' T.UI1'- ." ho pressed man who calls himself Dickens, and retail liquor dealers ; also a license of 80 on T..rn,.: One lX.Ucrt miracle of nature." Bacoiu "l b14tat' .i.
1' b'4 \ where & young :;
.e. left e Steamer.J Bght. .
S. "'"" "0. I""J1 WOom1 s Ie tOrt.lineoZltC pa. He > oW"regrct that Bitten hishav who has thus far eluded all efforts tending to commercial travelers. A tax of five mills 189 Read Street N. Y. lithe, quahll '"'i.. rather the life ,thala'thO'S, ... :;!:_'.
'; 1 tLOI4 home, much to will be levied this year. We notice by the w"I"1"1'. publ grl'; ; ...,
'oM V .1I1A 4Wtb. We have had the cash, .ill I Dr. Bentley contcflrUhiLIsI1EIthiiElas ?"
-.. l' g uf which j his capture. never pleas- Ootutitution that the Council is we c Of man.
,. '\. .. .,....UP.J .remalned longer. having some loi-icln ; .,
Oi'niigoH
.... s... \V. _also_ had the pleasure ot( .... ; tire: of seeing this young scape-gallows, else trouble with the property assessments. Under k... .:T : a'-- 4. ...\

11q. "' "Cochran i Min. : n of Memphis, Ten .,- whose -tould describe him, that all the readers I the law of 1877 the assessments made SOUtJ1CI-11 r A. Eins.
It. Col J. L. Meigs, under State authorities are to be taken by all Pi'oduoc, pgtxpretl
Water Tc&UNE be the vive
:- fauiW domiciled at, Clear : might on qui assuIPFllu1"Ll -
: been
", ; : : bu cities and towns. the
that
opimou UWHOLESALVlatl
,. )L D. < wccouut of the im- I A. SPCI.A.II'I': :
':::, :- foM. Clarke, Miss for the last year or so < -Tho Sun and Press says plant sweet potatoes rL t half believe a O "
S. 4 1'1" : .' .' J. of Mrs. M. rending Change. : \ iucesant rains have thust 'nable
: Hooker, health ItKFERKNCM: : whether
"". .., t. ." / ;>J.N. Pairod : j any one hb4
::1 ::> and
r 'r 'of climate necessary. early planting ; F.. A. CL.\RIU;,
As the weather is little atheist.Dcc. .
; WUfe'ttokT soon as a warmer, 1-
railroad engin-
mIre ; 1' cidxenigAiiry The Col. U an experienced and '"in) we are all getting plant seed for the production of cut >vines. w. W. WALL, Tampa. BOOTS, SHOELI

: atpa.rtm.L. t. ,rj ; tf& male eer and in bi 00nVCrUOfl with highly UI cn. Consignments < CompanT. mat was t
S wee of .. ":. iI .. sub-: other cit leDl we! much of the projected I whose places are not and it will bo well to throw them up broad, J. c. VANDKRIPK, Afanatcc.

., }'. (j 1 .. jstvj couraging as to the building lie 11 at present! City I/Iiir lefern to Men y.oot above sca-l veJ], high, and flat ou the summit, so as to catch PRODUCE BANK, New York. r
!fia hcrec5It .
S ,; ? road from and retain as much moisture ossibie. In 34 tt
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.10'+" : .' .,. fine co 1 ORU Memphis S4t S _- it belongs. But as l-Iyr. ;
t. ;. "la' 11T.nll -... ... 0 Engineer) -"- -' forming these beds or ridges, split out deep .. S
55 ; : ;. 'iut fur good to a. ,
: 4f -' \ S ....- j'-. ...,... .__ -i. and wide furrow with a turning i low, and .. thcti -5 ;
.. '"J .I. 'S .w r strive to uniteof fill it full either of well rotted stahlo manureor -' -- -- -

S .5 c r.:.. :" -. the human a compost of dried muck or leaf-mould Subscribe for 'fut; 8ClU.A.ND TRIBUNE. THF'I 1

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t 3A13CH 16 1878.Mcthodiat csda' 11 tbe' s\fie .I 6 acrameu t1 S ,
eoui t r a
tiOD Sunday morning at 91 and Messrs Ir4.. ___ ? rwtifah

D C1inr'Ch.D will deliver discourse at 71 p. m; the outstanding) nc.-oiinU t..._ ----

Sab subscriptions and advertizing. A __
P1eEAcKlxa Every JQ''The tends ccouutk _
Agricultural Department 4 0' w
3 ZPM. be rendered at once. These individually may (
s seeds to applicants the endorsement of 1 '"
upon,
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,,,, Tucsday nighL
small and but in the / ,. 1"
appear itisiguiiicaut, aggregate ...
,
their iiiembera of : .
AH
Congress. desiring
; dt J;sEALLT, Pastor. j
s p s$1BlTtt they amount to a goodly sum of money r IaMWEKLY
x such favors their
should send applications to 1VI't.' 'TT
Assortedankl 9J
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j nnd this {latter sal is in
IBS n as necissr.ry -
in force In the Pod Oflioc '4
; 9. any member froui this State, that he may endorse .

,. .. /t. Pbu ftom'ifov. 20th 1877. the same to the Department. publishing a newspaper as in the conducting of .
Any.other business. We trust, therefore that e.
[Comer c.\ llarluab
;. ; 1#.: Gr.r Ie- Poultry raising in this section has received those owing the paper will promptly settle. -
: ::::- t .
'i, a very little attention, though thousandsof orders if .iha merchants ol "
; % Ctem*.Water" (Stfurfay 6 r.x, Accepted on any TAMPA FLA. ,1
': ;" { t"- "...'.. Wee CnekM.tiFedt&turda1 12 x. chickens are raised aunually for home con- Tampa will be received. ,

': ,M. 'Piaelba M Wed. &Saturday 4 r.M. sumption and shipment to Key West where tM fitr
1 .. J Mall for Cedar Key.aches Friday A Hon. 6A.M.Mvuue PLANT RICE.-On account of the frequentand i Makes a New DepartutWITH 4 a
...... ."* A" CA.M.Oalnemfle they are sold at remunerative! pricey ranging TO t _
M '" 10A.M. heavy rains at this season which may "
Friday from three to eight dollars per dozen; eggs
-4 '..; Clear WAUr Friday ? AJC. seriously interfere with the
.
corn crops, our
also find a ready rale. A few choice breeds -
a M' PaM Greek Bandar & Wed.: M.Th ,o
would do well make
.- :--"tYIDe11M, 'To Friday 8. have lately been introduced and successfullyraised. farmers' to preparationsfor TAMPA

',7 *Office will 1 be P.open SL and dory from the d 2 to lh.ery.of 5P.M. every tutiU Strangers think our ordinary chickens a- large done summer crop of rice hammock This is New Store and New Goods. l.ofAB;: : KEYS,
easily by
z preparing some new
j: iy, On 8ondsya from 9 to 1Q A.M. equal to any of the fine imported breeds. ..
; _'. mails arritiF late the office will land and planting the rice in the latter part \ .

'bee hour after the mall i i. distributed, I r With proper drainage much of our of May or first of June. Where new hammock EVEUY BODY that doe their Trading in Tam- 'to WEST. .
v' rdt W-that it is not laUft Uun.9 o'clock P. M. im'it.ocl to call and be with the KEY .
P low lands flat woods could be into
be clwed or brought laud is not available, cowpenncd new and bunintiMi
:. Tfee Hover OaocftOrruK: irfll prompt- -, undeniahle fact that fur the Fall: Winter \
e r da Th&ndays at 4 P. M. aid on Saturdayf at cultivation, and the rich soil fitted to bear pine land does very well. The reason for I hare the most complete, cheapest and beat .
UM.It Stuck of Gods applicable to the wanta of the r .
any kind of crops. Some of the most fertile selecting new land for this Is owing to pee.plc '" -'. "t
*ni U abwkuiy l ncoowanr to adhere rtrictly crop which I propone to offer at such price* ,a* will .. ..' 'i'
s 'to these cvbuionaMtha I-. M. han report*$e. toDaakevfakh field in existence were formerly marshes or the; fact that grass is nut hkel}'"to bo abundant give entire sat'4etiom to all who may favor mo r .. '. :.,,'.' ..1:
require it. :AJ 1 here offer even fa.cillty should with their patror/age. My Stock U large and care- .
overflowed lands. Our Slate enCourage
it curl there will lie '
b the community to tnuwact their boonswltb on : nothing to keep fully Detected, consisting of almost anything' and LIZZIE HENDERSON.f \ .. .
.the office 1 hope no oae will ask me to do more. this profitable work of improvement. under but weeds and bushes, a thing easily everything usually found in a first class well l rega-- 1. J. COC ,-,

THOMAS A. CARRUTII. Large tracts of this kind of ''lands could be accomplished the hoc. In unusual seasons late( tore, and I proKMeto| give nuch utufaotion in : L
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P. X. my dealing as will I meet with favor among the buying LeayeC'A.-darK.YITUESDAY\Kr.Weod\ : 4.r
4 < Tampa It FJL! Doc. 1. 77.nillBborouffh reclaimed with no great expenditures, whichare such as the present, farmers:: must make community. Don't hesitate to uk i if there u Arrive at Key Wert on THUlt% SlISSHuJp .
anything she would like to look at when you ;;: .. ,
now considered worthies preparations for such ns will suit the you Leneoey West THURSDAY:fcLiar; Keys .
crops ..
.
think: you have done trading with me. Sellinggoodi Arrive Cedar SATU KTy. ion .
Key on UiDAY
seasons, nUll not depend ou the usual routineof in business and in sales 1 know tssrfiffi Lora ew\ > (or Tampa" .
F & A. y. IEir Whatever: misrepresentations may bo my making Leave Cedar Key on SA TUltDA\r Tampa, Til RsDA Y. '. -
that them is of bumneM. on ,
Arrive at Tampa
f showing .
part my SUNDAY.
Now is Arrive at
time -
Tampa on
an opportune we K
crop Cedar l lSATURDAY.
I f- made by enthusiasts and interested land MONDAY foe Cl'tlu't. Leave! Tampa -'RIDAY for et' ..
': Lodge No. _G. agents concerning Florida, there is one thingevident think, for the old settler" to step to the If You don't seo what you want ask for it.an.1 Arrive Leave Tampa at Cedar Keys on TUESDAY;"1t Arrive at Cedar eylon ..

Communications of this that no other State can produce such front and give us: a hint or two from his experience it will l l.e shown with pleasure and with no ill \ -- ( the .taiw

I} ,Lodge'are held at the Masonic a diversity of crops. Failures arc very rare for the benefit of our country read feeling if you do not ,pure-hams to-day. 1 want my board.For Freight or Passage (hang cxcclcnt accommodations) a PPrENto! DE CaI! N

.,,Hal the first andThird Monday ers. patron tofeel that it in a pleasure to trade nt my DILLER' .< : .
and never occur if lands are put in Store. Tom '..
I I proper
"c- nights in each month.. .. _._ Dec. 1,-tf.CHOICE .. "; r )
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I .. 1. Brethren in : their condition and judiciously cultivated. Some- f a
Lodges
gjogdytandingin
Obit .s ,
:
IUtr3' Terms Cash. .
; ;y are fraternally invitol to attend.D.faiAcCRAFr thing can be grown profitably every monthin o l-r---f% -
W. M. the year; if- one crop fails there is time to Died at his father's, near Cork' in llillsbo- GROCETI4S t

:: Wai. C. BROWX, Secretary.I. plant another kind. v 'rough county, Fla., on the 9th day- of March[ highest Come market and C pripen ]paid for Country Produce. FJVEILY rJ3 i

1878, Samuel Tudou B.aty, aged "!'2 years, Oct.. :20-tf. C. I FRIEBELE. ..
O.HULSBOROUGH 1' : *
G.
The Rains! The Iluiiift! .
.
3 months: and 10) day: The deceased was Can bo hsd at tIle Leslie StC'.re, ,

LODGE No. 2LRKOULAR It does seem as if the summer rains had born in Lownds county ficorgist; ; i: am! moved

made a miscalculation and are coming in with his father to this county in l 1870, where & : \ .1, .

t,!Ir MEETING: oVlock every March instead of August! We notice However he has since resided. lie was loved and respected Hayiicsworth} Canning, CHEAP FOR 04SH
;Friday evening, 71} at
'.. tho Masonic IIall. that the rains have been excessive in by a large circle of young friends, and DKALF.RS INri' .

'-'v ;; H. L. CO.VSK. other parts of the world besides! Florida. was generallybelikekl by all who knew him. OUR STOCK: OOlvTSlSlS OF .. .,:' .
N 'V.AR E
'I .
IL S. Much damage has been done both in Cuba BUTTEB ... i* .. ,-
.: Many friends and relatives mourn his early CORY TEA, OIL '
.d. .''fr and California while inn. of the Northern MEAL ,
: '; 'J' ,. some HARDWAREAND FLOUR, PICKLES, ?
/ T "96T Our authorbed agents are :- death.Friend BACON tiHJroPS > 'CANNEDFRUL.1RD ;
states! the mud blockade in '
consequence after Cr l.Qtlllt.l'ut.",
rm'AvS. PRO UCE, 7 -
1 I COUNTRY
-.'aw Dr. C..L.IiuhelllWd 8. M. Sparkman of the rains and the lack of the usual severe Who ha* nut lost a friend? HAMS ONION '.
There i i.< no union here of heart : i
atFort Meade N. 8. Blount SOA :
ESq Maj. at HICKCDFFEE '
; cold to produce a freeze, has seriously inter- That ha not Ill'rean i-iul. I "
KTASt" .
<;, ; : Bartorj Messrs Ben'. F. Harris and J. C. fered with business.! The latter part of the Were this frail world our final: rotLiving STOVES SUGAR: I CA DLI-:8.:! .
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;,. Vanderipe at Manatee; Mr. Thos.! Sweat at winter, as regards the rains, seems to have or living/ declines, n..nh'rc blent.Tliiia Eic.'C.., .Dc., o. ,'" ,
Mar star
-, Cork; ;){!'. WordehoJT on the Alafia, and been unusual Till all have by ...dOrlliDg crux1't Sunday .,' ping. a.
r
quite everywhere.G1tOCEItIFS IraeKxl : J.
away -:oA :- Also fresh Beef at the old I stand I, .., :
&CO e11TampaO.t.
A morning high and shine e"eJT"W. P. IIENDERSON -"i"
:i'- 4" Dr.Stringer at Brooksville. higher .
'- _. .. GROCERIES 11! In {irfwt brighter cta!. 13th-ly. .lastj?, -"'-
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Nor pink those in of tin and hardware of .
scars empty night, general assortment every 'JIi-::: z
$. ''TAMPA, AND.VICINITY. Just in from N. Y. aud N. O. a heavy shipment Hut hide themselves in heavens own light.A. dtx-rijition. Kerosene oil tanks, bird caRe, tin ,,, "' t 1n esiet1 his rBENJAMIN

L of Groceries, nod Provisions. Also HKI.ATIVK. (" ;lIrnll. K-ivw! dij.j>erK, match safes, water cooler, _

l t IQITle! coinmusi'HU of the Officer/ of tho'f flue lot, of fresh shelf and fancy groceries, l 1'alifo.tta (Ga.) pips pleaw'('fIl'!!' tove! pikes, lard can, jiepper Iwxes! jiotato graters, PAR4 : h..k.
HMfkticlv| t-iM-ft, eaku boxes jelly mould*",dust pans, & -"i :?? .
such as Cranberries Currants, Strawberries, ,
,
[ Uifles rucfived from General
f : were Adj't tuiliti 1 J: ?ty kimll1C8 :
l'? \ J..J. Dicker on, by last mail. Blackberries, Raspberries, Macaroni, Vermacilli Shipping ImtehhigeIIee.Altnly I pin, Battle inns <-rii'ee! mills!, lumen Had ironn.waitirit S STATE AGENTS FOR THE: SALE -O--ut. ...h' Ir. "a S .
r Chow chow Corn-beef, Jelly, Lobster, water lasts\ oyster chafing dishes tea nnJtatiie ionreplied J r :
tS f' Mr. Goo. Brewstcr! nephew of K. .\. Salmon ogle milk, Pea* Corn 'rum at canisters' .Sherwood' breakfast cnitten. fIlvou t '
::., nil, .:11: rlu i 9urplL.cc.
:; e }:M., 'ar \'ccl.,.ou rx-hr. from NewG'W. Sonfoam, Walnut, Catsup! Worcester sauce, Mar-lt .-8. S. Valley City, Caj.t. J. McKay, U. S. Wind Engine and Pump Go's.COnsiwtiiigror very muct :

M :f-. t.ar.lay: hit.,, ., IVnoheM, Pears, Pine nppl.8"t>:1..t powder, from Key Went.: Roofing and Guttering 4r clcr who
live flour, Flavoring, extracts, &c. Ac.V. V-Solinr. Annie 1'lia-n1, ('::11"t. SUmon:; fa miNew the Celobratrd tol j"t'i.S"
I t1lJ.I.0-; WclU has hafl 1-il'e| toma- \ W. WALL &' l b. York. Done to Order, and till work 'VRRAXTEn.Cnllllllll1'XII..ill : r

L ,t. .. 1,..with no protection from the i Jan. J 2.-tf. 10.-:S. :$. T. J. "Vhraii.. Capt:: 1-:. Raymond:: r
f'unl Cedar t Kt-yc.
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-i w" .r, .. 12-.;. S. Lizzie IIfi>,l>T>M>.ii, ('apt." II. Cult, : our clock of ...
'. I ,. Rev. Sexton of the Zion Methodist
Joseph .
Rifles will at w.g: from Key \\\-"
% Tampa jiicet
i Church ) 12-Sehnr. G. )luck: ('apt. Win. tawf, from HALLIDAY WIND MILLS
'UiO the U. H. Barracks, this eveulng at 71 J oclock arrived from Nassau, N. I via Key W.Ht. COOKING AND WARMING STOVES. !

'. i1J X' for drill. i Key West, this week. Elder Sexton was 1-S.::. :S.: 1'. J. Whran, (':11'1.. I.. Kaymond, : '
.
. .. I raised: at Fort Meade in folk county. Aftert'I1I:1ll'ipatiou from (V>lar Kevn.PKrAUTKI 'i OK AU.. SIZra'AMD VATKKNa.:
.11- t& We &attention to the Prof' pional I I ,
he studied for the : )
: ministcry, jKy
:.. l; card of Dr. 11. It. Ik'ujamin.'a vor)*capable : and several in this March 10-S. :S. Vallrr City, (''apt." McKay, for 77.V H'AHE .REPAIRKD AT SHORT + ,
preached place. ,.
years Cedar Ki-y t
and reliable physician. .* XU7'/CE' ...
lie has been stationed at IVnsacola four 10()-IT. :-\.:-Ieh r. Malchh-w: ('apt.: C. I' Williams I- "' 'I'
: 1 SQ. Mr. Mug e ha o>u .{ -= j ,i* win vl iu the iUiuen' Hue aud will till order* years, and (for the last two years at Nassau, 11-S. S. T. J. Ciehran: Cnpt. I':. Raymond. .

,! ..-:Ii promptly>> -.eJ- assisting; iu the organization of churches at for Cvdar Key

::- ., SSF 'MaJ, Henry Bryan aud} his estimable that place. lIe visits Tampa for the purposeof 13-:S.: fur:S.i: Link Key >\\HeiulerKon.* (1I1'1. ILCalt.* Notice.

r- A ':{;\\lady left, to the regret of many friends, for having a church built for his jxjople.Oa 15-S. :S.: T. J. CiK-hran. ('apt. K. Itaymond rilWO MONTHS alter date I chill: present my ae-

j miasville Ga. last for Ce lar Kevn. J. taunts Toiu-lior,'ax Administrator of the CH-
ou Tuesday FARM PUMPS.
', .' ., :. z Wednesday last; the loop Jose- -.. .-- .. tate: of M. \V.John"tm, to the Hon. 11.].. CRAM; ,
i > &.?, Mr. James Flym arrh'Olllalt! Sunday J u.I}"' <>f 1'rohate, of IlilMHirough Ooimty Fla. for -
bound rom the Alafia river this -
'- t <:::1 Btmr. Cochran, representing the well Pee to an an ..il S ttlenii'nt.1 All ]Persons"* 'intereMted, I: It Feed Mills i Tanks Rubber Hose Water Pipes Points -
place with Judge Henry Souther anti family, please| Lake notice f ;1'ETC.
, wn houso of1 II. T. L wler, of WM. It, HKXPKU.HOV ,
grocery > ,"
ETC ETC.
the having ,
.. experienced severe squall on bay, :
few Orleans Adm'r, I.Zf
barely time to take in sail and cast anchor. jan. 6th,'; .-Sw Sub i nts wanted iu each county to whom liberal discounts will be given. !;:.* :',

} itPJ< We are under obligations to Ma J. For an hour the passengers-several of For Prices, terms, ,&c., send stamp for circular Address I .::;;::::.

y, \N..Hooker: of the firm of Hooker & Snod- them ladies, were in great suspense! not know- Notice. I&XJAMIN & PARCELL, -\ ",;f<,

4 just,returned from New Orleans, fork ing whether they would be swamped or blown August 11-3ms. Tampa Fla. J ,.',

?:f :-: papers; ashore, and a blinding rain falling on them !
V v Use'C1a1''Faorid''a Premium Cologne for MONTHS after date l..iII present my ac .
: SIX
"k daring that time. Much praise is duo to .J and vouchers to the lion. E. M. Graham
.te at the Drug Store of Neve & Jensen,
f ;. MCDONOUGH & BALLANTYNE
Myen-for his efficient in County Judge of Manatee County for a final neltleiunt ri
F at Dr. J. VerdierXJ" Tampa Trice Capt. management ,
;
. : wi5? of the estate of William (Canton dec'd sal ask
#, ta. bringing the vessel :and passengers safely to to be discharged then:from. .; rY !
i- town. II. E. Carlton, IRON AND BRASS FOUNDERS,
i The SCbnr. An' Capt. Gib- Agent for K. .\. Carlton, Att'y in fact. t
'Fired last New York ltenll)' Encouraging' Nov.24if! lK,;' MAKERS f J o

tuber a roe to bed .. .---r.uq 0ll.r..... <-o ...._ittiAnTtt Ut 111 MACHINISTS AND PATTERN I ...

-' for bI'i ,.. .. "i.4i." ",.,'!II town. afternoons We accidentally since one met of on our.the most street promi-a few ,while..guys: ends the I talilishcd] character, and -with this! pro requj Cor. East Broad and Liberty S sets / r? }

,' '.: and business and situ there i is: no reason why success should nol ? "-_ S .:.I
.,. l .s .."tj ........(.,.. >, al card ofdruggist nent enterprising! men, as .1..1 .1"'J ,' '- -- weather :. aft! ,
'. !' is natural the of interest e an gu arty be l certain. The ] established in 187f
..: .<:It. and subject greatest just colony NEAR ATLANTIC AND GULF RAILROAD my to r gAnd jto

.c' sv > well and now to the average Tampaite, the railroad, 'ill not c.:- through the eiPorUs of Horace freely: ur it." l' sunny j1r'.iISA I If
favorably ,
1e.s / was casually introduced for discussion, when I -Jc I :! thautstructiou. V ANN :
1M :"'l' : ncomiums from us. ho emphatically "remarked, the people of i 14,000( acres of laud between: DenvrChcycuuc .. < sIng to toAthaoyne ,i4 t

i Tampa can build the road if they have a bears clotpieut tC'stimony'jl.ibilitif .1. i.
.4 ,. ANUFAC" gshot ,
'MemoriaL, ; will rcmark- '
Society
", Comptroljssucd .
in store for honest la u
mind to. There is no question about our [ X In I\atr let all' 1
.o
V r'-TTdl. next able to build this road for I satisfied .. in 187 being am are now, by BUG {rr.; Atheism has been npV good 'l"-

sir PracticalBEOS C1 it can be done if the people arc only in amounting to stances in which they are placed. Other' J1ihop. plague.; Jeremy Tayop 'er .i

8, earnest" There is no man better posted on e' Hon to cover schemes organized in various: cities have already ...ieii know nothing tho result ignorance i 8"X ;. ....,to
LEAVE to inform th the present financial condition of this section \ .
Ii jrA IN''Tl..r 'Ticinit' that he is nC:.'t ty. than this gentleman. 1 '' made by the borne the noble fruit of pecuniary ,,,.K>r. They arc men, sense and feeble renso118"frw:1: J "

riagea .:1"/r." .un1\G 10 all its hranehes1' 1'11011"-,,'ll do Fcllowtitiicns; let us not fight difficulties r 1 thereto $ Ij-, comfort aud self resiwvt. Who can say that }'u v mankind, and I am sure, ill-living. Ids (he, says) '.rona tty

r=;r" ,, ,1;'+Pce'a, "Draamental,J haviq Jt I sracticed" .' inrea" in the distance, but march boldly up, take fcar.. 1" 77, as the results] already "obtained ;have not removed I it't _I but the faintest idea of what the tho corrupter of maun ar y- : ].t !"

i''. m r. 1 y In 1aropc and,Amer d hold of them, and we will be surprised at I I ,nious sum of this method of relief from the list of poor have to pass through; their hearts and miner of property." Hare Sii< J +
_.ar all his york with neatn the faculty .with-which they are overcome. I. >
ueeaSe You kuo.v
I I uut in 1876 pUI'CS'ouM it has
N.B. Graiuinlt, Sign oral Oma gton The Gods help those who help themselves. ; lassiblo benefits to that of demonstrated success open.| passedi no being eloquent for atheisr ;, ;i .

t1,''WOl'k.ooP; jn blase / r I 4iow much of ?-Sun and Press."l'utlou1wclf. i into pron'rb"hen a poor man needs haustcd iccciver the mind cannot\ -.J1 '

.. t TuqI& Dec. 15,-. / PERSONAL.-We had the pleasure this RHEUMAT/SM\'COFJSUMPT/ON. qutstauding.umptrullcr. .. -- .. assistance! he should apply to the ]Mx>r. The f
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wings-the clearest proof that it is o .
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I : : .' of week of seeing'in your Sanctum Cot R. S. ; ] iu my Place." reason obvious.:!. Only! the poor know the I '
'Wl
'e;. J / Herrman Ia .altj' words, of Newark, N. J., connected with the .f; U (I'l't! Mme 811milli; curse of poverty. They know how heavily it I clement. Bacon says : God never wro
r that who arrived /. S miracles to convince athclmi because His of=
It Slato JournaFof city, from \ ,
r I respectiveR :. + it will )lie I wait I have fall crushing the heart of and 3
must
: cannot
m : !.IS, any longer. man, (to UMmy '
+'l.PQ; t week ofr Manatee on the Steamer Cochran last Sun. dinary works convince it.- Whoever considers -
7 i: 1r COMPL A/NTS* Jer this! head my money, and if you cannot pay it I must favorite expression) they can at once put "
.SI day. He expresses dimself as being much the study of anatony, Herbert, of
Maker of foreclose the and sell the themselves in the one's w
U61'1't988 in average! mortgage place, unfortunate place nut
) pleased with Manatee and very much im Chcstcrbury, observe, "I believe will never"
,/ f jeweller *!live of $45- said Mr. Merton appreciate lilficultie} ,iindtaro therefore always
::4 TAMP. -
with the thrift of Tam-
pressed peaisnce be an atheist the frame of man's body and
imA i the c4irt 7 where heJ es not prcvi- In that case," said Mr. Bishop, "it will, ready to render assist. u.<'l', as far as ; ,
Lhe for
f ff rt&fi "- M' i the pa. He left ,9 u+ Steamer, Friday, the coherence of his parts being so ,,rtrango -
N 1 ; dine 00 *' | ;last amount, of course, be sold at a great sacrifice, and af- they are ab'!e. ,lf Mr. Merto; had the (least -
: that he could
home much to oWrcgret not .SAVINC LFEBENNER
% M ) 26th, tt and paradoxical that I hold it to. be tho
s. &s3isfu havremained -aim of $2 8-, ter all the struggles I have made, my family idea what I ami.my family had: to pass "
] longer. Bacon d
miracle of nature. htId.tha ,
RaEs t., zi4'Cochru, Sun Miller Henderson Sole Agents Tampa, Flays account for will again be homeless. It is hard. I only through, I think he wooM1 t< be willing to wait: greatest 1It'
py We also.had the pleasure of a visit from itfietsnrrii rather iu the life thAQ Hatho'
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o i March ,
'. Rob Mill0"0 2, ;8-1Yi2.0i.tO! wish had I do several for his
n a to earn your money as years rather thau dis- '
you
y' : r. Krdd, Col,R. Col t: J. L. Meigs, of Memphis, Tenn., whose : .. money heart of iii 1." 1>r. Bentley contended :that<.y yr
J'stcm, under mine; you might then know something of tress iw. t -tss
' '.PI D. Inloe& family has been domiciled at Clear Water athebf' as such bo trudfrricnd
can
J. }{. & PINKNEY no a an
luxS the hutllifu of If could 11 nth'what _
xpensive a .poor man. you emotion the stranger listened .
Miss Lccouut of the im- re.
DClarke, for the last year or so rclau.r nr or a la }
t Hooker J. Ut yearn of in imagination, put yourself in my may be imagined. A new world was be'JLJ J' t
o 1..... J. N. paired health of Mrs. M. rendjfcog Change) S SKIPPING AND COMMISSION MERCHANT I' ,
\ r -Af.thnt I think you would have a little mercy opened to him. He was passi i -
'i1 sliO'r ._ of climate oecesskry. AGENTS FORitationary
nta"
e ou experience that had never ,
ot ( pQ s.a Col. is experienced railroad engineer NEW ,
The an YORK.
tai ,' "'eel male citizens. and in his conversations with us and orange trees 2ye&is useless l talking ; I extended this: one Shortly after the couclusio ti" Steam Engip;'

yc. ." t Ueat e of }1 w"aoeotkt lit .:.aCampau.. number, sub-, other citizens said much that was highly encouraging CoulJlgumcntl of Cotton Solicited. ticulan apply to A. CSTtansIo! 16:! no longer," replied Mr. arose to take his leave; ,r jjy

f he soaD d't L to make a as to the bu dingy of the projectedroad ; he turned to his desk! and coutinSuWrrb Mrs. Bishop for their kit iV er. nor om.re.
\Ie V He Refers to Mcww. W. W. Wall A Co of ., r
# ,- 16ne' colored from hcreimit. M at present City 18" Tampa. -S =--==,tmg. iuvitcd him to elay '
rta't.KoI: Memphis 33-lf. W- 1 fr z treath
of
Tm 'Li' Engineer *
1 aI1'\i-l. 'e.a .. _-'_ -. -- f I for man role! from his scat I'.lItl walk- was .welcome to what aa., ,P b, J va 4 crematIow. "

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t ,l rttn rRrh I AS ou JIul1.a. t'not tleto atof,Merchandwc -

wltx-Utl by hiinvlf wjth'hi. iH.usl gOOd '. .. GA.. '
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t .1>a't I v $ stall l born inquired) by upward* of 20 yean attention \0, {' t
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I can plranc all who will
r ant\patronage. "
+( 7. $ -
: ., .,< ",,," IIU Stock coniiiiiU of a full line! k's
s4N e I COlnpy jIIa DEALERs. ?'."'' .. nllui.Iis IN J i
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'.! q F1mds ", \\\f.' Goods and Xotions
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:they: Assorted' Merc .

o ,,Pr or deTO .. .. < SUCH AS CALICOES, ) USLINS, JACO-

Do de. :/ ( NETS. LAWNSGINWAMS, PIQUEIH

one l.8oeiViug, F o n; DRY GOOD'S LINENS, BI ACIv ASI> OTIIKK l'OW" INALAPACAS

? # ka' rding. EKINOS., SILKS, HEPS.FLANNKLS : ,

> -t LINSEYS, CHECKS,
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a boy .A. D STRIPES, HICKORIES, TICKINGS,

.. :ifd. < ..... DENIMS, BLEACHINGS, BROWN COT-
.r: 't: / TONS, OSNABURG: JEANS TWEEDS,

G elsep .pmrnission I'.r" Groceries & Provisions CASSIMERES.: HOSIERY', RIBBONS ,
IOmp. !;if! eru.u.nn AND .
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eii4e. of- -.1. f IuCESlunOUEIHI: ,
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_ J 'I> \ '1'A.KPA HANDKERCHIEFS, BUTTONS, rents .. r J
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Uatted : ,' .' and Ladies TIES, &c.UDIES1 l'OL1TtC.\L.\lIPAJGS' OF r&1 / .
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Stuns ra 1 l eilih ,.. : :'&. "' 1'..''' --. J' : D 'S. T ? I
rbttalitg '\", t. HntsAia WHICH incl !cJ5jMu4, State and county
I .--11.., :.f.:1< ''--0----. r Cyxs, GENTS''. and CHILDREN HATS. election., and whiclfviU undoubtedly I It U* nsatttattire -I{ -1.
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s .- and hOlly contorted of rincis tl
memorsq
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Diu' 'In an ; unST cX rED WITH ble can van* of fCCO.:: U now ;irlj()1 en.J. .The 3 a-' :.t ;j

s P A rte' BEE.tflK; WANTS O} QEISTTS'" CLOTI-IING. tional. Democratic Party will t hi*year make a bold.. '
K' ,rhea's a' of th t>ae"of the T s WHO FAVOR US douL&i* ccce fcful ttniggltt fur the c.., '.

fie, t healthy, ,WITH T cONFIDENCE' : Boot 'tiiacl Shoes! 9 BOOTS and SHOES at WtoMs! and Belail maintenance and irprunacy_ of thaw J principle*' 1
W enumerate few of tee ,
of
tftthe
; }'crthe a which'are vital prg petit Republic ti C
grstii" -
'k ,R. div 1.from, the artiela kee and eMtntial to the well-being of the people.
v the to s
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1 Yy Y AND ALL KINDS OF
; BOOKS
HOOL
stud i tnlo the ',most ferpleach : tr { Zi In addition Jo the Prcidcntia election, the peo- l

t $ Const y'.ou Hand STATIONERY. pie !n"(5jorj:5a: and Flotilla will elect new State got*
.u eminent*. la Florida the campaign promise* to -' t'
11 are blot \11'e ... Gentleman's 'Goods nnusuallr and there a probability that
..any Furnishing vtpirtHB i
vcr' 'll them and'' all ,other in' ,
.u
For out
Sale and WoodeWare
,. Hardware Cutlery &c. Willow & for the tarxt time acme the war the people of tht
'. T bad io some la Stock afiha 1 lAfeure' aocli.Gouda can- .b-*cold in Itidical-ridiko State will elect a Democratic&ti ",
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1hia plaa 'r I '...,. T ftorernnwnt. In fhe o campaign* the ;put'' le otyta, ,
btrlWif : Tin and Crockery Ware. Month are deeply iuU Flttltida ; very
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D : O'D .,.. : ". ware, Crockcryware, ,,. .:- titiin, aLo has the welfare of hu eotmtrytvti
R1. / ..' 'house jo""rlllIhluU (;Ofls lfflc-1 (I x >n at heartShould a cmirint KintMelf with "eTerr" r+

r 3 : V btablo .Aea a ool found -.. -- have a goad,tine'.or, tctatl! ofthe! gret work of redemption I and rcfortu.,* .
t. -l. STOVES, &c. that now
FURNITURE, COOK w going on.
r i fed-5; gust*pennjtt d 'access toirni bs te Xotloim and Stationery, *To ihb end he shads Miburribo to and aalutIa', ;, t tdreulaiingtheSttrnrutabllortrlno

>! incite ftmmoo idea that Late o ...asd Face..' Calicoes, 1cCLELLAN, iiori:, COLORADO, .lttrakn, ca ,
-& indr UM DenKicraic; ncy a +r, of
pniooqnut j
.1 :to or; Florida* sand U DOilESTKSOODaL. both of Northern and South- upiownt and ftarlcMi JH tltur,exprel.iou, a ,,
4 apel
f -- ,, y as 7.n tow* as that'other era. .Manufacture. .t Furniture, Oils & Paints} Umbrellas & Parasols, And otl-er that i u rWtignizt-d vrerrwli ffi 'an the bent daily i in -
the South. IU editorial c'tpartmtnt! in rigo rtwt; ,
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w timoL !o a'bfhett havoe Full LIne of HOSIERY, thunptttful, and con! itnt. while itnewanalrtm
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the who! i niarrrU of and
country u \ drl -ntn are indnrtry rampleteJt \! 44auat
W ** r\OTION thin Department of almost every : : Shoes: Ilollowwnro and Willowwaro, +, dc|>artmcntrof Geurpa and Florida afiaira '
Ponds, variety, U narronfiuetl to a Butte barreu of even!*
""" SPURS &c. summary
% .... "", lI'! CSj..f"h.:.,. ..:: .e; ., :1 .. ,;. <,.n,ataral .abode of I BRIDLES, BITTS, < transpiring in those State: but in enlivened by com.nicnt '- t

:...... r :; ''-'i'/\'''I.;. ,(. ; Wm. 'w"'', .'; venom, or ferocitylewcomer. Jcans;Meres- & C fiDn des, for Hen's' wear Is.eon.tuitly; rociiviuj? fiom NEW YORK The at awhile vme apt rcHunrcm, timely of, the and cvtaNixlvmrnt racr. will be
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:w..: "' "' I".., ,. ..:. ... ..: ''.. ... : Saddlery and Farming Implements, ana NEW IU.E.EW: GOODS: u scrota) to furnLJiing the reader of theMOENltTG
.a &.:;;"... '1.. .Y. From(,whidlhe mart (futtidiou always End something &0. ',
Vj'1; ':' 1 .DOtfi; !. CO> .l0 to.pres.- Of ; replenish hu Stock. ,
4 3' Fioie: rho .thialc w: NEWS
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: tie > t of' Atete. :.... Real Maae' Olc aborting! fail Pishing Tackle, ,
j rtsase
imp rhariti '
riV I' ::' g".r i--: T .jbliing, ChoiceGROCERIES; with the latest intelligence 'f",11I1)) part* of tll"
of
:m1Iit.. .. :( 'WJ.'t ,4ne lIe always ket-j* a supply world, throng. .U 9 pre J ,, of tar
we offer of
-- for'lien' a good range Style,qual: grauiis; and 1 lm" u of ypeiialVorre Klcoce. ;athrough .-t
.t011 mop ij1.sailed, th : J.Y we make it a point to hive them i the i H will he
,, Stoves Stoneware &c. &c. < pt"the 1\II1; 1tiI1 .the CUte jaDd er and' to complete the Cooking '
$
.Hadthet'ItiitII/ 6Une VvloMJt -: chronicler (lpwiteworthy incident of the j ;'t'
;: K JngJn th'e l ofest&b""albg hoLl -1" \V liticul campaign of 1S\f!. T l' ,;
L'V k way a ., ll -be sold scBKiurrios.llv e .
) RICE .a?
:.". !\even in thin anny Jaitd.. Hfiw\Ter, with TAMPA, FLA., FLOUR, CORN GRITS, MEAL 1 year................ :r-.:;.,..__..__. $10' a -
'and wltly ats if the Latest t Style, I OATS: BACON, PORK: SAI4Tl'OFl-'EJ;, '01 I 6 lUon th"......... .....". :1.-. ,.\
;;tom means, proper' iadiitqr' and SUGAR, :, SPILL,. BREAD: ,-Ac. I' :3 1".nl"01..........::......f;:.. : %
aargy(ijjei per ciuta, e of fiulore tHU be I TrI-Weekly, 1 year... .'.. ._ Cl(

null ; but Without, ,these cScn. I. ,.0", And A 1.1. 01 TILE AIWVK: : LIN'IS: OF (iOOt1. ).,-; ALSO I '" G rwutlte.mocth-Iiiifcillinilll ...Z! 3 1'Wctllv
Xi'M. L are: kept constantly on hand 1, and for ale at 3
e two latterfail ti ? the I"w".t- living i'rici,for I I I year'... fcv"i... .. .. i 4 FV Vli

; I r--'r}';_ ent "lab:: _nd Shoes, \ rrO'I.CF.-..0 ct BKG: A..TJS. I A nanlh+..t', .... ., ? ) Jf J'ccioscn

",r,11'-"r.. .................,. : --'. ot.L.1:o-a, it i!_ti_'!,.. eke' o ..'r That combined lhelC..*.3f M :ility of comfort and : mphs sent free on r 5-ipW>f oce'.rfi. '
! 'f ..' ': .' existenrean durability":" and abx the moT M ijJc one of hiding lie will sell the.3 article: very lo\\; for.,. T linter can 1 e car t: +il.tgttcrld /

f t, 1 0 ve.an ahuudacce'ft"Jl the deformities of an'ugly footTalr M*] ? Cash or Country IProduee.'We CASH car iu exchange for COUNTRY PRO Ltttcr, t.r Exprc**. at our ruk.
: handsome: foot look more beautiful still., u.
rloridtat "
DUCE.
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1" tun nttlh, la,
I '. .. ... *... .::_...Call and examine, ft.r it w;'ll I be a ph'n.urC'to -e- c V,

r- r blo Penmanship" OUR STOCK HARDWARE &C,, 'r how j'OU'cr the :Stm'k.=; : aV
: will pay the highest Market Priiv fur V
'" .honld'be.taken. when 'r- i : STOCK: : I JOHN JACKSON.

I. .. g-1.h. ?PJ*!, to write legibly., The Compnnei everything Grindstone.We in that line. hors-Ntt-dle to a [Cur. flfT n'pfon.1: Wiuhin gut ,:Oif.:; ] .

with i authors and .excellent BEDROOM; FURNITURE, Tamp'I1rd.: : h., II, '711. lyr.IIUMIY ,
r. Very. : common: some offer COTTON ._ ... _.
: -- -- -- --
cooKMting of lk-dstendi, Tables Wash: Sian-l, -
\: t.JDeD'oC..wntmg" in a manner. ,uch I KJCE. JAttlB IW.ItV, AlH.f-tV<< :< IUCE.
.. "V- Chin &c. In ns v 4
*m os ytq i,upon the time and pa ; IIIDMS: RICE BORN & CO.
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,t1 of the pnutera upon'whoa they 'inflict Groceries Provisions *v ,
.p;, "
; tI.'v '
t2Y" n".ntJip.f&u.lt i ia \ CEUAK, ., ;,... *v
( ON HAND' I
is,a very serious one, and causes. We always keep a full Stock, as this i U our PLL1J- OH.\ GE3- 1rr

r jmi b-:waste of lime and pecuniary loss toLawyers' LIAR DEPARTMENT.'In ,_ Iiujxirtt-rt and I1>.-alt.-rr inV .
Stock U1 aLto be found a good 5 i *
their our : ? always aaortment 0
: '
.. print : frequently prepare of rices. POULTRYt I f">* + e?.

.. brieLVciegimea'; .their.sermons, and other .' !0 "r P 'VFORKION
:". t .. SUGAI5 .
their UJe- Wood and .
'. ili > penmanship so entirely Tinware Crockeryware, ,- 1SYRUI'
.
: : ." ; : DOM I 'TlrH COUNTRYHARDWARJE;
"y .; .. : gable>ia to,compel BijTcral. resettingsof mint With Bake hew*, Bate Pans, Pota;,Healing iind :: : .

Jri (4 of the time Ice type before,u is .correct. Qf Cooking Stove .: ,;;.. ...- ,
all kinds of in .
AVe Stationery use,
kerp common
boerse this loss time borne tie
of causebe .
by
.
also &hoo1 Book and Blank BOOk.
t. : Ac. Ac.Hgk .
.

,,4' ". : .. employed in setting type" by the thous.andbad North notice,and all'kind South of"and goods are, in prepared any quantity to aupplvatsliort that' : -maybe \ : _... a \- ; .. Watchmaker{ ally Jeweller,

.. manuscript entaik a loss in- their dci\ ft'd. -. -"... '
: and examine Stock l cfore purchasing l lg RAVPAI.T: BTU P.'T. late Circus between I'oy.drasand1''ntit'o -
Call in our .
In arranging our btuinew we hare not forgotten : ,. '
: nuleot.t" :1.t ket.
1
:
'-+:-*_ earning* of several dollars per'week; White that the phyueial i power, of man point-time*i'reaairc ,'l 'wbel'\. f '.*

,? .,. ;to filch 1 'from the pocket} :of the printer,.in this refreshment meet this want we hare provided a 1. S AGRICULTURAL iMPLE iE'NTS.BUILDERS' NEW ORLEANS, LA.trnn ,;__r.
VV sot be deemed Saloon on the river, known as OIL\XnE.:1. ,"l : :-: viiiint; ; hem will find it tu iLi-ir! ",InnlaJ ,, .
i- manner, dishonorable "
may ep .
NotMni Charged for sliomnz oar Goods. :: *>(':\111'\ the above stun where tl.h'.cu" fin} ;:

/ ., .a.w steal his parse' ; the result is,**however" rrfjcc: 6LOUVRE," : ;:; would do will the t!n,.t .'lectiun! of Diamond:>.' "";..' AooJewclry at rcry.Anv .

,all the tams. i y: t tow prt.cs. S V 5V5 )VVl.hLttt:4g
1 ; EK-whcre.: Quality: of Good ;rl'ril'\14 iuarantved. : ltiawnuL'1 Replurir.9; Watrier p Cr'y? ,
iL art HARDWARE
.Again/business! men,_ who would regard ,Which u fumi&hed with a BJLT of the beet i ICYDI), GRATES- &C., orders left with W.O..Furi"'i1l Le altpn.ll "

a great,intrusion for another:, totrespasaon .1 tf. l to.: %. v> XJ. 36-1y. ..:

:their time,for even: 'a.half.*hour! will short t -. 'Liq Ol"s'' and Cigars, W. W. WALL toTawpalartb"1S.d. '( ..------ ..- '
: : lyNoticeto'Shippers N'EVJ"GROCERY."t.
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the Jdacburtesy: to wake a tetter'to a 'correspondent : A BILLIARD ROOM and TIN-P1N ALLEY, _/ O U:13: ] nY. .
'; which i hours where leuurcan enjoy itwlf iu tl-.e'4Y: it like{ t.!
may consume and even ii j 1 1t
best and where allwao..iU b* !
promptly
the' l'ul'1'lk.J F. WALKER.\ i
"lor his time in deciphering .
) same.I by that Prince of Bar-Keeilers, ;
: would -be considerable if it ;" "
Yevil even i r
CoL W; T. HAS. } W1P .

I I i here- Unfortunately however,. it For"Q-id.no. > Qua. ..... c--7. :.) ate, 1 \ 1\\ rp.\}.. IRON, NAILS AND HOLLOW1RE, [Late of Memphis Tenn.] jj3 t :

.
ti 10Dd.and'efrcctlc.he> future pcwnaruv 1 i"" : for juror. and tat
Lb. boy that will pick I To meet the Transportation deninde'ot Of d. 1 :{ hilt the Jlayint; located here, would rtr X
7Jo St, -{(1. we hare a Schooner called .the ;QEO.,. JJ.., l ; iOI, Site the u fill chat he Aaa takenrnpittl tut r. ,

T.\)I 11'\. ,1\and. smoke out, that runs regularly :. "; Tid ;. .. g+ :a t changiil laws: he by 1Jesare. H. L. Cra wf. I

]frreMarch .. ...... : ', bill nut c.:- 11 Tinners Stock, Tools anil Machine*, House ofYoith} ington and Tat t,1I + t
Block F..24 "f the (Court I'.n ; atlo; a well 1 KKctwlChoice t .. 4 i ; 1
FFICE-In BetWeen 'thisjFilt'-ii(i. I011LEQ\ .
8trec.'U. ... 1 1tss than : Gvwlt
.1. of Laf..ette anJ Munroe . :: > ) O"AVINO LEASED! THELAROEAND COMIJL FurnMilny! LLj
.
l'; lilt, 186. 11 -V 1 n' rcconstructiou. modioiu WAREHOUSE: at the foot, of I .
Tam
ate in fk-eTomwctior, with the .teaaor" -:: )

Peterson 1tJ, r and jEbiZw..and with exttn:. Jvo* 1 1877, Comptrol IMN\\ TIN AND JAPAN WARE.Sole na9T "P'VQQ&w'
August ,,' .
r to' i is"lh'tl in 1 1&7<; who ll'attiliigton Street, I { Jeremy Ti P er

'rues and Tlrarchouasc as araounting to !slatscle hint 1W \llt|] of lanntan .,_ate'... !-...; 1
Painter now 1'l'tl'ireJ to receive and. in store all Agents Jar the Celebrated
Practical : : & to cover ; I put ; jd feeblercast/ns ; 'fl'OlD' 4 5-1'
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1161'
of
-. flcr "*) !' the ca merchandise &h v>cd to our care. 4V. .g
to
\.: made by the ret: String. Il is (he rays) .,h s ,
CO
'wlcon8c I II
cUUro. of TmpB B. DI.lti i:
the S. 1 m ,
Inform c CHARTER h OAK STOVES
LEAVE to thereto $15- >
EGS of mann< y
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yihfity Ly ii now '- iJ!: I (0. .- .)e corrupter 1

1? P A TIand\: In aft Ja ---Graioing e,$Ign. arts Read Street N. Y. ) year 1S77, as theIwo Hefr of rrt>I1Crty." Hare Pit" '
189 '
.
sons Painting. 1.
tiaga of
Drnamental sum athei !f.
trncttoeJ the tra'le fur : me _' 89 & 91 CAMP STREET yoin": eloquent for #m x f .

+h r twen t PO1MyeaT'*" m }, ittmng and 1 .tonertea. lie e'ngage'' Florida Ol.IVllJ2 e"s!, (' in 1870 will also Keep on hand a I large Stock of ., #O'al l receiver the mind cannotic \ ;. : i ;f

,,, to a r. bu k with eatnc' and accuracy. how much of that it i ii o :/' '11
,,-.,., care aU wor and Oraamrntal pfaua g a ,. cC Branch House, ,597 Magazine Street. clearest proof ''
'R x''$' 0 'Waklwp nt 'ffl 's I' Jiasoaic IluiLting. Soi.thcrll Irocliico blill outstanding. OUR, And will fe B {
BLW >,' ,., lyr. Now Orleans, La, \ bccause His ,, i
of Comptroller o-
ntl1C
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a :! -
ec.15, .
I> "
f T-Mtia. ,ASPECIALITY.: 'CORN, L'
610'7 r Tampa Florida, 4\l'ri122nti 70 \ IVVV
the ndminis-. ,. \.1. iks convince it.Yhoever con-
Veissbrodd .
V' l errman BEFERKSCIS : it will IMJ *" .. all favoring"; Herbert ofApril
Su-arns, : w HAY. .> : study of analony, .-:

r E. A. CLAUKF ") & under this head m> v*. *, ',r. MEAL J{>HX H4JLE.HALLE. Pinup T. LA.WTOY. observer, I bslicve ,will never-5 -
.DDL w.WALL, V Tampa. ", *$0-.. :' zirtV/ry'
Y w. ; or an average of f, = & L dWTO N st the frame or m"a.n' body and
i JOHN JACKSOX, ) G- n ,. i. ; ,
'Maker, Upholsterer &c. VASDEBirE, Manatoe.TBODUCE : exclusive of $Ia; ,- s:*' 'nvf"POTATOES' ", : ce s of his parts being 90,ftranga
c. "
i TAMPA, FLA. j. BANK, New York. tificatA' not previ "%; .*>- s* Factors <& CommissiS Marcliants He'ica.l., that I hold it to be.the i> :i :;:

w t toner of Mdkr & 1entlertis0 34 t tf. this la.t amount ofi ._-.. X;?,?..r.- <,.... > I Ie of nature." Bacofl hldj :

.' s c@toze.t10o; 1tt ready i ir W do all kinds of work toJ sum of S288- ti- /OATS- t, '. her in the lifs thaa *in the ji'i' ;
{ltuaeer, Saddles, Ace atteny SCHEDULE OF THE HACK vi. AorfG>mm rcfa{ "
for Wharf 11
i *' f4 Iay lte o kee1M oa head, a Rud euck account SIT, .z, ; )r., Bentley contended 1.hK"' 10'

1 lbarntss, Saddle of 872,072.40( a v \ch ba a truff friendj: &S7
;..-> Brldfei, '***J : Charleston) 'S. can
"Q.
Uags Vnglc* Girths 1tc. BETWEEN under f'l r.
E & ,
system 0. .. "V
\ J '.. -A* *V :
I' d
:
O"B. BGEOVB expensive lux-1. Bn .'. : the opinion that b .
r ., Tampa, and Fort four 4 to.f .. -. b'g't Liberal :Advances made "
"
years '
-.
: : on Count m tf fatten Rice 'other. a
Which we will 4t at. greatly mooed rates, or \.aad Boot andxhlfbclicves; -
the eo+ Pr duce., V V '* -"
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_: -.. : 1 L > ki&Co. have started :a 800 ,Wholesale.LIBERAL. 1 whether any one haea
lyn
G.LP.I
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\.a :io *
which depart* for ,
Meade to Tampa -
f"'" ; pl"n1ts Line from Ft. ADv'AXC tude all ConaUn- + o 0g. ell atheist. ,.
iiia noect Itioa ae follows: "' addiuonal 1 on REFEBENCG1n '-:
i lor the yea rwpectirely
nu t J. arrives :Morningarrirce In the Clear meat tentnuted to our care. .. ..
Tuesday .. .
r* olt3o t\J re turntslttd Fort Meade every _. '!i\ Co. : ]
1 L \ cgantll ; Leave ., .. .... !! ., Itt tG
Old Tam- lima to adve ,
a_ t at noon. on ..
dn .
rdPattan ; esU+ tai we iUroa s Tampa on W : day: Dim )V -.
at
01' ri ,EDWnf ..Co.'t ;
T. cCiC"'O ) V :'I' ; .
: bId _.It i-i '
ro of k std f tL totvu.t3aa TLeaTe. TaDlpA every Thursday morning Respectfully! ,. 'J.r..n"c
e A. R'. J OlD ''d .. 'f- :
xer this :
-r. aI .Friday evening. apply at W. W. WALtVCO.Tampa 7.D&D. 0k. :1.I :1.
teat cel i; ere anle arriYe. at Ft. Meade every v;::"" 'Jackaoda Cod' t
( ..e coa' '.. ', Fire pollan ill the fare for a ainglepawenger I v -''' .- i March, 2d,,_ 1876. lj.... ..: << n. ... >'.. ..l'.20.tt.... : V
VI \ .. < .Jio
I ... ..
of baggage. .
-: "' ; : 100 lUu .
-'.' ..., :goy. S4th. ... .... ,: I., .
xarr Ifat're: s Tampa .. < -. 1. _: :-- ....
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