The Sunland tribune
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048571/00049
 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 30, 1878
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tampa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hillsborough County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hillsborough -- Tampa
Coordinates: 27.970898 x -82.46464 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Tampa Blue Print Co.
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: J.P. Wall, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 44 (Jan. 6, 1877).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071706
oclc - 02711399
notis - AKR0005
lccn - sn 83016264
System ID: UF00048571:00049
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Succeeded by: Tampa tribune (Tampa, Fla. : 1885)

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} gjJEJlb' A. IX GOOD 1IAX. LEE ROT MYKIIS. POETRY. vails, which in Itseftt, strangers like us, 5 is : what views: he hold,, as I never hear them and hence it-is-that all republics, from \\ :. .

TRIBUNE. a great pleasure. 1 will say here that all IIl'l''oICtl. Athena down, have gone into the hands of !'

t- "Jinm JERY rt'w.v.-t; .. .SATURDAY.tttlftg -. -. /. TS-T. i GOODMAN & MYERS110141.1) CUADLK-SONCJ OF Till I'OOIJ. \ visitors are cordially I I invited I and I received. I. If a northern man comes ilowu here im- tyrants when shoddy has prevailed. :

**" '. ""*'"''-"**"'" _! !" lust think why I, attend one, the first L'L'to me, I' pressed! that he is superior; to all Southerners, It is all a humbug about the masses of the .,
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r f.thI ar' WmrtKO & FJU.NKIe JJ .'LE BY ADIL.uUl:1ItoCTttltliu.h. i and. at the same uao': felt so much at home, I that he will do this and make them do that. people being naturally jealous and disposed, i.I"

[ j that I felt no.ha-hfuliicxs in reading a -election i I utnl howl his ]polities at every opportunity; regardless of their merits, to hate those who f

SING RATES.i ] I I ':mn..tl..llr t toper thee! to them and have continue! to help} that man will wish" lie had stayed at home. are successful in life and outstrip the balanceof i
hands in vain
...,... 3 l 16 : l i ;r.fi8 TOBACCO & CIGARS, Ikar,1 Stretch! haw thy no tiny l bread to tin! 'tluv; I ever since. Had I found a people' :, that: were Revilers) of the South, are generally those 1 I theirfcllows, ; on the contrary they are \ : )

1 I $3 0.'J'J >ft3- ; ; *15 Nothing, child, to tease thy pain hot so ingenuous old cordial, III)" senitivenature i who know nothing of it and such as he will happy to'Sl'e one who has merit succeed, and t

13 \ $16 Po $-10 f-iO f6S \Vhcii Cod! pant then fiat to liki-H mo, would not have allowed! me to 110'a:! I'' not ilc cordially received nor u he waute though{ they are not possessed of the accomplishments 't'

f'"f' 133 BAY STREET. 1'ruud and thankful, tau, wan I ; (Ii,I. You know!)\\ c'irious': mankind i-" (or honest t, energetic, sensible Christian men arc which prevail in cultivated society

> 1 }ncL In- ItpaOl.than'One Month, $1 Now, my darling, I, thy then mother, i.s it womankind ; strange I should forget I what the South want. People who! come they take pleasure in admiring the cultivated '

__ I4 15 emu for each aut.equeut"Ally SA'CTANNAH:, a A. Almost!Sleep long,to my wee darling die., thou art weary, which) 1 am curious ami having heard a i ign'llt here to help to encourage, and to praise. and elegant 'manner of those above J.} ,.

--.1""""- (marked with, the number of Clod i la, good, but life idrvary.. deal of southern beau'.y, was ready to where praise is due, jx-ople who can receive them in station, but who they know in heart 1t I

.... I.i.-(.grdiDgIyiP willpe.l. Ul forbid, nd' charged acM Tobacco Factory No. 8 Cigar Factcry Xo. 616LYNCUBURO I have watched thy l eanly fading, be ttitical on the !presentation' of the beau the hand of brotherhood, and give an hone and icttimeut are one of them. But it it t t't: \ {
'.J'I' VA. NEW \OJtl ties. My I icy intention ju-t wilted like a hand I in return ; backed by a heart that if: true that all classes of society have a contempt '1 )!
ttrTx. And thy Mnngth ink day l h y day, ,
Wi Tampa. March' --23--, -7G.. .-. -- ly..-- SKPII, I kimw, will want and fe\er siiow-llake under a June ,uti, and 1 am not; free from rancor. and hate and free from scititivemjs n. for the shoddy, the honest laboring ;

TEBH8'OP SUBSCRIPTION : TISON & GORDON.COTTON Take thy little life away. I" easily wilted either.: There are at Tampa a that imbrues scorn ; and a mind man: is disgusted with his vulgarity, and all 1 Jpeople

Per. Annum, (in advance) .- $2.00 1.00 Famine makes thy father rtt-kKx} large: number of t ladies, married: and inglc, that is liberal and tied to no binding d<('- of instinctive refinement of taste and h' ,

tUx hiontla"' bet hops lin !left .lash|! him and mo; I whose claims to pretty, beautiful: and sweet, ('l'ClIf any political platform. With thecae manner recoil from the poluting conflict l l

t-! FACTORS We could fiitlir all, my l baby, arc undisputahlc ; indeed I was surprised, at I the South wiuld again flourish and become with vulgarity and sensuality, which are the j 'i

: hail we hat a crust fur tliee. their number. It was a treat to me, to look I vigorous' and be country full of j" ogle< natural attendants of these vulgarians through )iJ
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---. -. --D.-w.- c, 'ILL1.. I Better! thou ..hout.lltl'ri"h tarly, on faces: lit up with i intelligence, and overfched happy p in God's goodncts. t 1 their whole can.-er.-17oMal Patriot. 1. ,.'
",'"atLw/LG,. ANDCommission Starve 0Il11 OU1i. darling one, .. Jo
\\illal sweet that makes feel
hr, 'to grace: one As a jxx-Jtcript l to my last letter, let me add
; & WILLIS Than in helpk-td MM and sorrow
1 s ,w. .'',.WALL: ,, Vainly live a< 1 have done. at home with the face: at once. They all this : Pleasu seekers can come to Tamp: CREMATION AS A CUKE. : .l
have thu faculty: of pleasing, and if I had to fully assured that they will enjoy themselve -1 1 .
Law Merchants. Ik-tier: that thy imgfl spirit
ISfloriieys & Counselors at A Nervous Woman Instantly Cured bjr l
.,,.. # -. ,, With my' joy my i cace, here flown, fall in love with one, (single one of course, Hunters can find in a range off fifty mile. the Itcmliiiff of a Hook on Incineration. ..1. t'
II "..,1, Than thy heart grow eold and earele..s, notwithstanding) the married ones are covetable : all the short their hearts desire. ot 1 IJ

w ,..:.j"-1 "'!, ., ANDy BAY STREET, SAVANNAH, GA. Heckle, hojfle, like my 0"II" ,) it would be hmllllattcr to decide the Fishermen can revel in the piscatorial art, From the- Cincinnati Saturday Night.] :. : ,
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'?. OLICI.TOILS' CHACER. Tampa April. 8th 76. ._ ly. 1 am wa.-tctlt dear, with hunger, choice. at all times: here, right at home. MrsSftoggs had been under the weatherfor .
.* ..,.< .' TAMPA FLA.' frjrriLU ---- J\n.IIII)' brain i ill ill oppre.t] i t The gentlemen are all clever, kind and obliging invalids can find a retreat, and if there is i
she said the
At least
...it-:" B.FCHMIUT. .'. M. ZUXiLKU.SCHMIDT : tv,or day* .
"' : PRACTICE in aiitte. Courts of SOUTH.VY W. 1 have iK-iri-cly strength to i press thee, and spare! no etl'orts! in assisting, new but one chance to live, it can be more safely!
but these attacks
was came rather frequent'y -
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feeble lrn-a
Wan and to'my t.
... .FIOBIDA.Office collars. They are,shrewd al perspicuous' in found here, than anywhere I know of. I ','
-In Fmbele'a It to -Entnvnce on Washington & ZIEGLER. I'aiitiav, latiy, Cod; will luli[ uIVutli ". Bo'nS thought, for when his wife wu" f a
business, and Tampa: can show more than'one have witnessed with pleasure the improvements < '
Street. '* It will come to thee and me, having one of her oil spells-ho had to cook f":
'l. *, a> .Feb: ;? 1 fl: is_ He will take UH to lli- heaven, who has rainul himself: atUul'lIcn>.1 in all of those here now, and am happy the; meals and do all the housework. We .....
Wholesale Grocers. Where want I he. ceiving no start in life, and due alone to h ."! fair 1 1:
lr JM l ; SPARKMAN, no or j pain can to say they are enough to acknowledg don't remember what particular state the 1 ."

Such the plaint that late and early, own exertion-*. it is the staying here, with its multifariou weather ""!\J'in: this last time, but Mrs. Boggs f j!
,Attorney, ; nt. LR'V-, 1'" I>id we li"h'lIH'lIIi, ht hear :The ladies too arc brure.'li\ I say this, pleasures, that accomplishes them. '.
IMPORTERS OF WIHES AND LIQUORS was under it, and she was under it very bad. t 1:
J" + lose Inside -but the thunder is because" it is earnest conviction.: Let to-morrow
IM I another
ft3'1 start on trip aero
t .I ASD A_ She even told Boggs that she didn't before t ,
w Nos. 49, 51 53 & 55' New Levee, Of a city! dulls our tar.Kvtry me tell you why. thc Peninsula to the St. John's river, and she v
was ever going to get up out of it, and
: heait, liinlV l right! angel 1 1
CltAXCKRY a attend theXil.kd .
SOLICITOR IX l' One evening, on our way to will when I return have material for another
f New Orleans. fan I I'M uiu Mich sorrow tv.nx.: : ; Club ambition l1sa.1 I hc made a hysterical request that ho bury ., j ji.. '
our : to create a t> letter.
FT- 1IE.tI) '. }'L.\. tiotl: In-: glory when Hi children i her in some sunny spot where tho birds might* ji i
q'1" I ion I at the t gatluiing was more than augmented. .1 intend writing the society of Bartov, .
: up
Bring :IH- one joy :1II.11'al'l' and her she
iTlCli in aU the Court of South -- ---- -- -- later\ conic sing to ; made him
WILL1Florida.: _.. You know how one dresses up so nice, Ft. Mead and other route* i i
"' -A.-g'I places on 80
r EOKMAX\ & w promise! that he would bring flowers once a i,
March lit, 1876.! liy \ [[from A-htaluilj, Ohio, T..qrIIJ.i.. .] 'j and just so ; especially when you go{ to 1U''Ct. that[ a judgment can be passed: upon the week and scatter them over her grave. A
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-' O- -Hi- oe. :SOUTH .OHIH.\ LI-: P'l'IIt. the elite ut'a city. We: were drex-ed up, amid eople| } of this country. dozen tirucs that day was Boggs called from ,
Wholesale Dealers in by some evil destiny, wo had .uvumpaiiyin} : ; I do $o with nn impartiality) l lacing under his work in the kitchen to bid a last farewell : J

2ffL \ViCl\ Taylor Tampa Society. .\c. u-' a ounggef.itloman) who that evening.wa no obligation to' them, and seeking no'favors to his d'ing'if but still she lingered. He .J ;
to make! his debut Tampa society. lie A I.F1IED. had been through this experience a great t *

fAINJS1'ILL l':, FLA. / lat letterv too anxious to look. well and .. many times before, so he wasn't! so much ,.t
Motions &c. Rdl'. Til:-Pinivriiing my was. as U's we "
) alarmed he "
Dry Goods( ( as might otherwise have been. :'1
before II. K. Land Office at Ha l'l...- have liwti' reveling :>oincv\hat, in the hc.'allti'l I create an impression.While Society."Tlie That night{ as he \watching, like the \ \ \t'

BUSINESS' and at Washington 1>. C. attended I 1.Co ful home lifo \\e uxiioiiciioe lit-ro. TIll're1'('. wc'l'rl' join\ 'ncying d.wn toward true and natural; und.itun! of ftH.-K-tv are affectionate, husband he wa" ut her bedside, '

:-wlda .J1C'C1a1.. lrompUMt.. the house the dark! IK- wants anti fears <.f iiiilt\iliuls." she saw that he was deeply engrossed in
llr II. Savannah Ga. in the world> two extreme rhtv-st of ptYsple I> t night objects were noeaily a I Jt
---- -. --.. ;- Y. .'ISI.F.Y.- --- that are to l he met with, everywhere one travels. : I disceinalde I I IIIII-wdl, to make the In order for society, to prosper all classes l ook. '
R ,}',J.. FUaXy" June 9, '... if. tlm Also themseltt h"rlhat alike. It is 5iii oible for f What hook are you reading, dear'she ...I-.;)
chicken t
They are :-e can i-i.joy t matUr we thought was a : nu ; 1 pro" per |> one faintly a.-ked. J :
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fHfcM FINLEY & EINLEY ':s C'l'ryht'r ., anti with everything1, :11111'; was not one. Whoever. :saw a chicken will i I )ranch of the organization: to l'ro..pcr{ at the "A railroad guido, my .love:," was the \

V ,.. .. C. R. POST, those shoe ('allllcn'r enjoy a thing what i ht'ar: s ami a vs itical tail, with an equal i iI >xi en-e of another without weakening the reply.. f ,./ a l
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Id '' ever.Vu may 1 lie jilacnl, or ohiveil in the distribution" of hair: o.i cull( "side of it, and a : whole, 1 fabricand: in the cud throwing everything ,rhat do you want with a railroad guide!" "4'J. :
itt ) '' .
..A.tto1 neY s. Snnerwr t< 1V-T A Ilonnr, he
happy iiutliuiii ; the I'hala< between the two ; -will it does not lIattJllt. if we had: nut I Ittol'l'l'al into confusion, and finally!! if the evilis "iuirvd. I
1 want to sec how far it is \Vashin >
J.4.CKSOxr..lLLE, FLORIDA.PBACTICK .. GKROCERAND and if voting cither, rather the former than II' to settle the .1r.IJt.: thIsOlIlal neverhave not remedied. producing dUcoiitcnt.immoi:: ton, 1'euu., and how the trains run," saidMr.

.... the latter. In vjstiiig climes foreign; to n<, I been written, and sensation forever lost.'j alitrebellion, anarchy, and finally blood Boggs. '. ;

( in the State and Fv.leral (' nrt .- the tu f >t cnjoyiiK-nt como from the UvMcil :, We did slop to ctrtaii> : its generic markspccio hcd. The chief aim of government thert She would have: a kixl him what ha had to t'
l attention to land litigation DIUI.KK IX I
and K>4 0 iar**IIlll'eial in the U. Si. land Office at Jockxonvillt change in everything ; this emltire as long; "' .\: 1'. ; 1 but one moment, one single I t tlit I'. lure" !should be to keep all elates of society; la with Washington, I'eim., but he getup ;. ..
*. FU. and Washington l>. C. as its fl'l1.Il.1ll't", Imt aMKHI :t< we get : ling second, and that was: :,u(lieient. 11'c equally and I f fairly balanced against each nUll went out ami she fill into a dozo;the .

i )) _.__ 7-tf.X. Western Pi\ cL ace u-til to this: rhange) the enjoyment, is ;rand me,, : knew. : the animal too well ; and at I least we other, and when there is an appearance} of cnn inclination though to which it delayed! ,hedidu'tcare the final to departure repro, ::, ):. ,.

M. D. others mut be As ftrt S utliFloriila I 1t1t0). llful. all the odors of the iullictcd the other it i il '
r R. Benjamin, -oiiglit.) l > / universe njiutice one against that she had so often l'r.atl'lIIItlut.rhea.. .
V 91 & 93 MAGAZINE STREET, is 'olle'ru.1 l iu this" 1 can unsure von, ; assailed iiit would have beiii but a flea to he duty tit'ull good citizens to endeavor to< she awoke she saw B. ;g;gs bending over her '

Thysician fc Surgeon.RESI C> with me, this frc.hne is i Mill lusting ::11I.1// our elephant. rend)' the ivilassmm. as jwssible. Tin with candle.. He evidently hadn't obserrtl : I ,"

, .-Ose awl a Ao//mUtt nortA "f 7'u,,,- NEW ORLEANS, LA. with us all.Vc have the happy (conteinpla I The mo-t nderful/ illeetof/ ; (this: polecatatro truth of what has been stated we have seen: that she was: awake, m) closing her eyes ,..
Jfttnutn .tKalit. he feigned. sleep and overheard the followingoliloquy d' t
1 jto, ea :: -tf. lion that: we are enjoying the Ik-autiful ;>hHI'! an aceeleration! of speeil, innumerable too forcibly illustrated by the great riots and I which htr : .
PF"ICt-ce: er of }Franklin: Twijre Streets, I :- : sufficiently explained to -
". \ Tampa }' .. Yol. 3, Xo. 1-ly.._ weather here, everything: so fresh and {green ;; I "phews," and a cry for an} apothe strikes of I last summer to need argument.In low thoroughly awakened. senses his inquiry a
11! llower-s luxuriant ill lilies and fragrin ; ; i. the South have had ut' the railroad guide" about the routo to :
T : C.E.PARCELL, : ;; I curn finite( 'tics vj'jiffj'uHKit, HIM fanctint. I we as yet no very 1"
, 'DP. F. BRANCH fruit ripe anti IIIMMOU" ; binls wect in song ;; I j( 15ut we dill! not go back, oh 110C great; tiotible but there i is no reason why we iVashington, IVnn. a: .1.
Splendid subject for little i
IPhj":Hiciaii & Druggist. Architect & Contractor. ami! n hundred ami! one other invigorating : did, not go back. oh no, W'I'llt: right on. I should not. Let one class of society beconuici.ntented scraggy: (Mrs. Boggi's fingers cremation worked ner- ,

t ,. wi r HIS OLD STAXV. eoneomitanU : while you up North, arc : into the! hoii-e, and, we did create: a sl'n..atiulI.1 aiul fief satisfied( that it is being; \"otisly under the bed clothes and she had h

6. ly.I Plans and perhaps siirleiteil with chilly blasts! t ice and : I I-n't it a moving sight; to meet your aciiuaintance I I unjustly dealt with by :another and immeditely hml.work to keep frota flying at him), hut .. ;

Myini 78.. ,- Specifications :ctiow. Hl'lIIor-cll.! wrclchesareu't we, tocall I 1 : .-, in a room, where I I t they I smile, n'I : it will put itself in hostile position, and the -craggy{ ones incinerate"quicker than the .3 1 .

:; rilJolll 1!: 'iVu.iIh.JHYSCIAN. ; this a happy contemplation ? j i sicklymile at ,von.rl hej want: to take you ; thus arrayed, call to itself help from every fat ones, the doctor says. She could- beryasod
: : 1 Fun' ished for Buildings Of course hy this time, we are thoroughly by the hand, and daren't ? It was ino\in! a I quarter forgetting safety that exists in Think I'll send necessary her up to bv make express her,go as iuicker. t;

; : at lwlueI'e have hail: the honor :old''I.to them. 1 IIl'n'raw so' many: men move : unity and thinking only of t'l'lIn"ing grievme buss in the store to get" away. Her ashes j i
B 3th
.AX1 Public and Private
pleasure of being introduced into society into a corner at once before ; but the hdics, : *. can be forwarded to'me in an envelope

tSUREON.. x Estimates furnished when desired. I here, one we Miieercly! appreciate.It they came to the front and t\ ith sweet smiles.1 j I In republican governments there "id usually through the mail. I'll know them (audible) i

-' T.Oll.14'\. Sujj.-riiil.-ii.linj; the (iiiiMriu-liun of Itnildingsa. is a prevalent idea in the Xoith that' 1,110 Mulling sinilo> banl-hcd our fiats .ami. i lore discontent among the diliercnt branches! very chuckle few). weeks They'll: and be under want to the die.weather And t i ;.

( OFFICE--In Block t wt of the Court llou-o, I'El'1.I.TY.: the people of the uio:" t tout hern tat(('-*, ar"j imbarramcnt: 1 t, ant. I wt hi.t strange, that Van i uf society, and better cause for it, thaii in any thry111\ me to bury them in some 1

I .ji>rti.r of March Lafayette 1x1,anti 1X76.Monroe Streets. ly. I ._.Juurit,3np.: very turbulent ; one-half deshscnhlots|' old mid 1 nta'er knew that wathe matttr: and :I lI1hc.'rt'le of government. The fl'ILoIOIlSh)" spot)[ where the birds can come and sing!sunny to I
Tampa ------ ---- -- that each individual is a travelling! armory ; I yet they wanted: to say: we were the smilteuculprits. : I republics are thus aUlicted are !plain.Ve \' I'll send word to Dr. Le Moyne to IJ.111.

August Petersdh, ESTAHL1.SIIKI: ) 1MJ8.Commission. ; (that 1 provocation.-"s are numerically strong, and\' :. My: fat: fiiend before this, could always have no uri.tol mCr in this country, but asort lake it hot for her-*he has kept things hot +
enough for 111i'n.11'1l tell him
let allthe
answers to the same, with steel and ball, anpvery look ,a :.S; k-at, in tho lace( but w'hcuutter of immitation thereof ('nll.tll'hutltl)., theicmbers to i
reH)4ters| in, so as to give her a good
Practical Painter 1-ioiiso ( day occurrence.For I: I that word, he jumps, ; wonderfully.As .' of which hold rank in accordance Mid-oil'through the paper: and whoop *er :1 ,

OF .South Florida I let me gay, this i is a i 'to myself, well, I deem it wise, to carry alantern with the amount of money they are p possessedI' up Liz Jane. Sorry 1 can't bo there to aStir i {L

huge nil-take. III the of" and after dark. : Now it l 1.0 the shoddy her myself l\Dtl- *
LE.'to infuJ'lft'tbe citiiMM of Tampa city Tampa': ( I Ii can easily seen why up 1
'. BEGS vicinitr. thai he i i. now prepared do S. B. DOWNES& CO. with other towns surrounding us,) the people I i On :Valentine's I Day, the ladies (11'1. shouid be detested and pure aristocracyiMicrated A thrilling I cai-piercing scream came from '."''' "

JAINTIXJ in all it* branch**-IIoo e, Siijn. Carriage ([omprise u class of refined, genial, social, : Tampa': gave an l entertainment at the I (.hurt I \' ; that'Ls, it is not hunt to discover the woman under the weather, and! with a J
and Ornamental Painting,-Graining 189 Read ; bound suilicient: to !land her on top of .Si
Street any
<< having practiced the trade for N. Y. ober, God fearing beings. Almost the eu-I I: llou-e, in aid: of a Quarantine llou-e. It'' why tho nobility other countries, is \vcncrat1 eather that ever lived she sprang out of" t .

.,else twenty year in Europe with and America.and lie engage. : l lol.idl) Ol.'u sr1_' tire community are communicaiiU of the I i eras\ \'ulciltiueunll'cntenuial. tea partyomhincd 1,and beloved by the jwople and our shod- bed! and had Muggy by the car in a flash,' V" .
lab work rwatntiw aocurmry. .
:t: S.. &- N.execute KGr) ; aVU intnrBiRn.and ()Ornament I'juming apeclalty. I dm relit*. They have u llouiishing: lodge of i i (- :and; was a grand :'11l'l'l':'... !It netted thy is dotcstod> by us. while she fairly screamed : -. x, f"" A'j ,
.V Work- hop in Maoonic Buildini SOIIIICI.1l 1.od Uc(,, good Ti-mplars, a Memorial SiX'iety, a Nickel S!."10.(> I am happy!' to add) ) ou r't'r i In the first place, the nobility Income cui You'Ul..ft'mate me, will you, you bald.. < 1' !1

Tampa Dec.15, 77. -lyr.Hcrrmaii -. Club, a Mu>onic Lodge{ autl I. (). O. F. 1:I! worthy hostess, )11''''. Crane, wa; voted a !silver i IItJbl't.1 i by cither the achievements of their raided old I reprobate 1 You'll send fAr .JSt1.. : :
.: A body
SPECIALITY scraggy up Washington by )
1 Weiss lroltl) ( Lodge, anal other .Societies", the named) ofwhich I: cake bt-ket :t.; the :mo-t )Jiopular l.i-ly in town. ancestors or of themselves in'the civil or milary ( his ear a wring between the expressgivuig eenteD.C'l. :1

... m.'fmSCI'i: : : : \ I am not informed.These At entertainment, there was a vast fund service of their countries, and as a gen.crnl ces) ; and tell that wicked old ,,; .

7.1" tR' / L D ,:,,..,E'R. ;""; E. .A l.\lua; 1 1. r.w. Lodges thrive by united ein rts, and for enjoyment. The 1 hdie were very tastily thing{ they arc only ambitious of ,the )loyuoto make it butler me ; and you't
,. -' 1t--Xlr.,: .* Tnml, / .' > not liy individual nit!. Ht- iaes'! these, and attired I in olden costume, as fair: hUlltre:",- :I" glory of their country and of' sustaining the have my ashes sent to you iu a letter (grt?wins 1.

it' Harrness 1 Maker, Upholsterer &c. JOHN JACKSOX: ) other social parties ever occurring, there i is gypsies, l\:('. It was in all, as.line; an cuter :, honor of the name bestowed upon their ancesturs i him more the and head more with wrathy the, candlestick and thumping she :i ..,

) 11 TAMPA,:"'CA., J. c. V.ANiDERIPE. BAnrfti, ', New Manatee.rwy'yb York.. in entertainment given for some charitable] I 1 I ainmeiit of its kind as I Il'\'l.'r.uttl'ntll'll. j f for serviced rendered in the field or inthe had: over snatched away from his hand); and ,fbury "

F Cam be (band at the comer of Miller & pleader J. r' 341f. anal l worthy object'about every month ; entertainments I One cannot: expect to find in Tampa, the cabinet. This being the case< with the me in some sweet! sunny spot (whack I Ij t .../:: r i

his liM.'.lowing btore. ready of to llaraeM/tJaddlefl du all (kind of, &work:. attended in I -,--- __ - that reflect much to the gold l of 1 i i hurry and. skurry of'a large city, but its busness I nobility it i3 natural for the people to love where the birds may come an .stag (brag t) :

to p.. iaaliJt.Jf i ka 116'OII ba d, a (TKN! tuck SCHEDULE OF THE HACK LINE the towns-pelple. as the object in'iew is i- large: { although executed in a quiet ,, thl'l11, look to them for leadership, and be 'and you want the reporters there (bang) towlnoup'er ..
J.ather, dltii llridktc, Buggy llarncis SaddleBags I 1 I up Liza Jane (boom 1)I Oh, you ,.
scarcely ever confined to bcnefitting the town : ivay. Au idea of its trade may be obtllinl'lll clllltelltL'II recognize them as their superi- t
$ur>lupy iumnglm Girths Ac.I mean, wretched wicked old man, lOU'I'll;
..- ... -.s : i. )umncs'A: alone, but also to visitors coming here. Yom the fact: that the Money order office, live a hundred years t e spite you, see if I t. :x

ORANGlGrROVEHOTEL Our entree to society, occurred the usual I cccives. ami pays': out, over $20.000: \ a mouth. Now as to the tthOOII)'. They have no ancestry : dou't%" :-" I ..aTheil

..R3V Tampa and Fort Meade. Meeting of the "Nickel Club." This is a social Itt. me say a few words on a subject youoinmeiitcd they have done their ctmntry no service -. she pushed BoW out of' the door -y .:

:. :.t gathering ntdiUl-reut houses in the town, "' on in my last letter, that is i pulit.t'1l1 they have no claims to the n spl'Ct.of anti bolted it, and ho had to mako upa bunk "
; on the kitchen floor that night next to theuve. ; :
(L I. P. Dtialvnski
& have
Co. rtartrd
from Ft. Jlcade to Tami-a. which" departs a and everytwo weeks ; for aiding the Cemeterylere. di-tinclion. In the North.it is very t I i the people, they have no intellectuality But n peculiar smile played about .
I Il'a..y
mlU:4: irODSE it fur the
now reopened reception arrives follow- I A choice selection of music, singing, to know a ilia II's political I creed I the have is kind of animal
L..aiIl.: ; ....Select: board WilL eltgantJrfurnUbt.'dIpa'tIlUl1tJ1j rwNxtivrljr as : ; an ) a cunning whichlables .I oggs's{ face even when he was rubbing there V4
finelr. "renrilatwl! ,aingle or1 in suit itA, in Leaves tort JU-aJe cverjTucwlay Morning and reading, Ac.: afl'ordeil ; and from cxperiene hours acquaintance U sufficient to know. !': them, at the expense of the other : ,", spots on his l bald head, and he murmur- ?' lI

.vac Gentlemen of tke moat and delightful families or location transient: la boarders the town.can irnve Leave* at Tanija Tampa on every""t..Jn''daat'noon.Thursday' iiioniing. and I[ can unsure you the quality is excellent.. Northern people! stem to make it part of their i!! classes( : : of society, to accumulate money .I cl or l them softly: to himself: "Guess" I've cured her "

ba Bocommodated at very rowonable priow.f arrives* at "L Sfeade civry Fridar' evening.Fire The fee is one nickel, or as much more asHie's mlividuality.. But here I have scarcely :: hence it i is natural that the Cloddy should .JK:1U: fur one while.
.tf lX>lUw in the fare for a cfngle i>a.-fngvr and j, Mrs. Boggs hush been: under tho weather .
: JL C4tNgkco, 100 I.... of l arsK
' :r' .pai J1.( Xoti.. 2I13 Ji77. \prirtort- Tampa:, SoV, _!Ita.! t( one) obtains! the social! intercourse that prc..r .'.- :I ucli. I cannot tell what :such a man i I hence the convulsion of society last: summer ;;fr. ( rives: her wild. /' .. .;.'V Tr

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tUE.SIJNEM1hTRIBUNEI Time Tampa;;(18t-' Jm-Railway.: 1 saw corn jilaiUol and in eievenday'------r:4 after l 1 by' Ihe -tatute the law becomes effective from hospital service, collectors of custom- *, to the : ;

,. The importance of this new railway enterprise the plant; \U14 inches high and i iu l:1 l lin>; t the fn>t of ..\prJ. There w no doubt about state municipal health autoritics in the

: ; : Itotted cannot bo overestimated, as a measure healthy and thriving couditiou :\ull1 anticipate its IJdnJ a got tkl1aw.! all we sincerely)' trust Unite Stales, weekly)abxtracU of the consu.
Every Saturday Morning ATne
; of state (development well as an individual -. reports, cte
from that of r.u l lim-luls : eu.
a \icld
(o Mill the
crop peopje appreciate importance :
HALL AND The of this be
> ami.local factor. We have seen nothingin provision act not to construed
'. '4l". \ all the multitude of projected plans for I the uc"n'ot alone did I ee corn ia good of its rigid enforcement. Killing game 6 ad to prevent the establishment and

TilE TAMPA PUIIUSIIIXO OOUPAXY.SATUBDAY railways or canals that has a more promising condition hit oat, cane, rye, and vcgctuMea in the breeding season i is like the Indian who, maiutl'nauct of port health regulations and

o -.c.---' _. oi business }look. And one of the encouraging of all kiuds. Fruits, t too, do well iu I'olk I ovet: looking; the future in &tho present, cuts quarantine regulations, in addition to, or in

: T.-\MP.A., l r.A : .rigns about the enterprise i i.s, that it'i is.I' county, l Ilut undoubtedly 'Hill-borough j is: thU't e down the tree to gather its fruit. The guod f\lrthernc' of the regulations tablishe l by :
5 ie ion this act ; aud ?uch local stems shah remain;
net bogus it not a b"nltn get i
; posse !
that. 1 cannot; be things, of this :u much to our
certain franchises and rights fur the l'"rt' l'oltflr I "u.III'l'lt'"j under the controlofUieloc.il authorities; but

; : ,. MARCH 00, 1378., L 1 ixwe'of<'bidding the 1'11I1'JIIIB bonus can : the ,-.)il t'i f I hiil-hsrtaii: !; ( '"IIY, :\.1':1 l*.>-teiitas to u*. lt stub local spt'm .shall olistmct or intcr-

_# = ._- '.!-..-. 11.F' ;. -. be'seen red, but on the (contrary it is taken mtuh of I.H. :t-, pirt.tkiof the KNIIO eli.u- : __ I Iciv with tl'l natinnal rules

Official Organ fbr the 6th Judicial Circuit. > hold of y substantial and energetic in.MI who! !'. :H.1 of toll!, i- the.bvt f fm Iii., urge cul-1, y'luBlnll ami ('h'ar'nh'r It nut. .\1 > '':' Ilt"rl 01 agents existing ; S

-S j I IM".".->* rnjiital and !brain*, coupled I witli! public tine, awell a- for kinds nf fr''it.: I Having sivu nothing in your valuable; uj'>oii ;ll'IJhti.ll., may I. alihoizti to actas
.tl"1 ,
r Those noticing an X on their !spirit. ionre i : 1lillnal'll\nltin( J.ll'm.Tll'
paperwt11)iq I I Hill-lMirough 1 i IMI."e--','. gtwl 1 fanning; 1 Icudton : letuitly frl tbiuilion we \" & '' above gives tho gist of the \\
) tJllt I| \\ hut ndvi-i-d i of the 11itu11101.: J Ia\'r hi. hkl:1"
reminded. their i-iili-wriptions tread Mtpp-w[ ? ;it is rlHMit OTIO hundred miles! not :ilongdistance and goinl 'for; tlie!, rli.il of vegciable: *, : t items that mnv* :III of t intcir to *your \\ 1'\11 twice on Man V I. mil ,.

due :: govern thcm-olvc-s accordingly. to build 1 narrow-gauge road but I think fruit ml:tire is nit adaptable: to : uadcr-' I die committee on eonmmnerce.-Sun amiSi 1'ii'* .

: Any airangement for |ming suhsciij-tion and therefore' the outlay i is not enough to I it. The 10.1! lumniock 1\,111, I l'"Jk! i- ofli l i, -This -iction of the country hu- not heretofore far as the alnixe onablen us to judge of

mi.il"itb any of our busitios? men will be I scare 'n'n\ m dc-t anal'l" moderate tn.ui at ; tould5h ieici\cd the (that its imjMirtrinc of the bill I I iinhe
4 j pure a '|U.ility :* an\ 1\nlvl to : .Itiltill r 1111 Il'ril we itatinjjly giveit
fcatUfaclory.Vo want cn'r'lllIlr l to take the miL-ct. l ItsisIclie pru"IK'l'lh'cII'an l i f; doe- dtinandbut: w_- note with plea.-urc the aud
pos-e.--, Itt i H tm >fitil I II' fiuit it our nuipialifuil approval, sincerely
tage to I thi* section ;i- such that our merchant- I II
the! and will therefore indulgence -
i paper 3oll'UIl'\'cr) and' moneyed iiiui. no doubt unlc-s they arc j nut rC(1 to jxVs-cs- the <-onstilitent:i t t 'llltili.1 i( n..utdll 'lh'It. made by illlirtI! tru-t that eonyro' will |It\s it diitlicieiitlyearly ( : : -

1. ,' ... in our puwer.cr blind to tiu-ir iutfrtwt*, would contribute to ; iifccxsiry for .tinit to I thiivo I on. Corn, >atunc .-, I the appearance! of c\'rllll.h'r parties: viewing for it to g < ._ ._
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,. ; ? ?: the survey. They can atfiird to do this and (: t'UII. iti'., will Ill eMiemely t \\.1 on the tonntiy)' with :i desire to find permanent SiiouM! c.\K.rience| dcm.m-trate it ; : ;
t. tST Hon. :; S. Hawkins of)lnrllII' : take stock; al.-o. Sun awl 7Vra.
; George to i homes. \r aUo note the
it, and \.ill goo-l( ('Uhl\'ati'I. neither too e disappearance to IK futile L.\J l IlU.1 on t'rrllllUII -,
5'n ; Fix, an old and pnuuincnt citizAi of the The above i* certainly encouraging n* mtuli I Idle I be olitaiti.il1 M of hakey"
or I too ; u yiIJ I'H lt "n'mlll'nuu| f"luh\ \iews: and therefore! of no practical benefit,

.'wi'_ .. Hlatc, d'uvi on the 1'nii Inst. At :ttfe timor showing how deeply interested the! largest that will Ill u liandfOiiio: : There artr.icts tions to whom we say inn' voyiyf.The i will !h. an eaay muter fr the same jmwer
lii-i death he wa engigjtl l in preparing, n I): city in the Mate 5 ii I eeom5iig in an enterprise Ir'ltt. r
of fanning ltl in I \ that I recent rains have pretty much exhanted that enacted it to rc|>cal it. fly: all It':1n1,

g et of the L-.iw.-i of Florida, having hen appointed of the lilOt.it1 inijtortaiuc to Iilsl| | >orougli are just as good, but l I Ilill-boroiigli I ,:on the '' the patience of many of the flat-land some Mich general law p.iuUItIlO, put in force.

;; lodd thi-i work in conformity with a and Manatee counties on the seaboard 1 and I II : .. :
whole I .
dins I1tkvss :I good' a l.irming !t teimntry Ju: 1'rl and I the clu-ssic.streams, Curlew creek -= 0' .
resolution of the'I last I latuc. Polk and Orange in the interior. With the !' I Shipping "
-, as I'olk. Hillsborntigh tan rai c! and Hoe l bianch, have: ut times swollen into IUt'llcl.I ( I
: 'I - S --- bar at the mouth of the St. Johus deepened \ ctdllc'4cl., but good' t K'tili/.atioii( will heI I' 11al rivers much to the disgust of llio-c

: Take Stock. to 24 feet which, wo understand, Cupt. FadsfLsiLJIC1 ncctlnl I to make: the5eld largo andcry I caught on the other side.I .\: \ o.
f 1boi for tho of tock to thoTampa Jacksonvilleiil 21.-:' S. T. J. ('oelirun. (':ij.l. ':J tl\/li.I
ubcrip.iou not
pronounce* prolitablc.( .
j I f. Ccilur Ktv .
--Crops u-naly:lookelltc-> on well ".
, i ; Feaco Creek and St. Johns KiverItulroad only coiiiinne the Gate (:'ity of Florida! but Orange county -eenis 10 bo a mixture of diauitd |l''lal) 27-S. S Ijx/io I llrn'l.TMin, ('.'11. I U. < tall,
? we a l'r yieldthirn
are oCfl at Miller & Henderson's.Th2 is bound to Invome the chief. coiuercial: emporium lud,1 ln'\lc : from Kv* \V"t.
| eveiythin: There! ate -pots of good (fanning ever fn'l the ..: mellon tiel.N. 2!' : S. I'. .1. (',*'!ran. ('.ItL'J.:nI'llul.
: ', citizen* ot Tunp.t'hli.uM! sabscrilw lil>- : in the eastern part: of the statp. A"a'highway laud, good fruit landand good latdfor : Manfaiineis; : have (.inageil te; in the growing Irohi tVsl.ir Kty,. $

I emlly.! It i is time that 8Clfi,! an.l contractedvicwi of comimrce and travel t1.e :t. rai-inir frogs, |hut Orange) n '.\UTtll.:
nllt 1.II'11. acounty a ,'a.n'ahkh to he well adapted to
:: \ were atian': :ieI 1 nll,1 l ihu..c of u broudrnd John-s liver ithe natural chauiu-1 council- the other j I"I 'l''n" 24. -Slir. ('h.uIli"l.| t'.iiit. J. iVamn forK I | ,
l'Ollarith 111. I i- : tiii- climate and -oil, and is proven to boif ,->' \ V.
; liberal character entertained. ]Oll't Inc (the lower part of the j ciiin-ula with the inure : ,' t tll prlrti,11 1 1aw: of it, : food u'r hogs or other .tttek.teeu.'iiiimL -- 2't -S. S. T.I J. I'tH-linn. t'at.( K. I Ui\ni.iii. : |
: : wait to eci what your neighbor It gojng to do Atlantic Ocean. O.icc. the ntataclc at the I tatteiiing : forsl.ir; I'iy.i. :
S :IIIIOlltl.j mu'.IH'\alllp" arc 1""I1.ril'al)i --\1 white sail oil Bar St.t 2t;-."-ilitir.' Annie tlit-e, (':'i"l. ( !iliM>ii, for l
but net for yourself. mouth of the St. Johiu livtr U removed, t1ifurther ,. !' j Niw York.'Jtl ( ]
1 Ir\l indicatethe let urn of part: of theponging "I'. <. <-hr. Silliniin. ComMJ.. '
imiirovement. of the river totieifcttits ( A stciui of 41 drain.T would to orauge .J""ll I.ient. l
j |
give and it will be until I H Iuwkfiur ('liarlutues. Ihrt".r.
:S : long :
; S cy- Tampa pnuidly IH>asts the o\iership i: imigation towards its source is bound to !1 si omc tine t farming, landand fruit land I'd. 2S- .)1 l.i/iii- r'al.l. Jalt.! V
: ; the familiar dinkic! loads of will bo : 1"II"'f'l. I : V
: VI three' @e\i..iug J'h'IU.'rI'W if ilie'TToulJ follow at an early day to meet the demands of i men :'CI for Kv Wt''I. .
I(tin i nhthlII": i '. I Ilill-b 1 > )" e.""es i it-
S :;- jonly.try.thccxi'crin cnt nf ? two r&nugu p j making t1uer: way to the licacli for the pur- t'J'! *-S. S. T .1. Co.hr in. r.i 11,1.[ 1 U.o'iiiiiinl, '
the and of the : '
Imttill rapid fettling! development flume it- BI i
up and I
sea coast magnificent : ;acce. : for t l.ir I Kr\.
: L : of them on the line ttctuet'ii hcr thi I ) pooot"attending all Sunday school. |
.-.- .sorics alwavs ci' .' I the -WW. V
place, and let her merchants'' <,nlor their supplies 4ate.VcIl thaI : in.a - ; :
A Finit-Growers'( :
Rr- from the Wr t 1'i'* Penco.ia! venftarc may the pcople Jacksonville( thin I'olk p"-L'S it.- "'.';lltiful I Lakes and tin:- : A'I'iatiol was or- "Think of your Head in tho Morning." I
to hhe wotiM flail huaUtCM flr'all f l'l with in'cre in the gaiii/etl; with about twenty ml'ml"'r:4. at (Curlew !
say simple us a deep piojtx-ud "jtmaltil !m-tury : and Orange ha- it, poitiou' V
of tlicm, nUll would tliscover it u hf> intcrettio I fthool hou e on the :tll Iiist.Uoth Barber Saloon j : VI
c r road, a tha latter only renders tributary a of the St. .J II an\ Kivei- '! : : I '

% t- .: make.-I'futaeula the cxierimentn]Ailtwice.We .aik jKimauentcutcfjwiiC. 'vast cxtvnt. of territory to the trade of thatcity YOlr readers,n.ay uisit t appieeiatc the value ; : ('lear'ater and (..'urkw (;rU I' ux]11.M.I.so.Y/r. I1.ILL.lt.VIN .

> to say nothing of it. diverting o\erthe of (the St. \ : are eiiuiging 1111 the tl.rmUI. ftate into
? Orange l l"IIPUSt'siou .JIIIlwr. > :. siiAMitxuNt; ti\iurrrnx: ; <:
f of C.
1 arc halfway the opinion that the samcfcoutc and t> the fame place much of I I t i is what ha> made it, what! has1 i which they 1\.IIlll'n\ : and the recent meetingsofiadi .m.i i ni l:>si.\ti in the 1.\TJ'l TYI.I:. IiIIl.I i

S .AdranfC is: correct but wouM ?upjet that the c twlse Gulf trade. lx! >idc all thisa -, built it and what haponied wealth: into: \'rc of an intcrcstiug character resk'ettuhIv'i ,Ol lcit! :- : |w&ille |iatr -
S up Klo\\: .
the business uf l'eeuLl'Ols make the TIul)1g1.
men nccory before intimated one eftl-ct of jo importanta it. Iti.-a means of f t them I with I I i whiih we hope will continue throughout the i'tuiutiI: Iu'h ::t V. I 11.. \
'inquiries to what freights from St. connecting: I .
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road from the finest Gulf {tort on the JXMI- the onU-ide woild, the means transptrtingtheir I year.
.Lxm and other.Wctteni citiia be laid "I !
can C. M. t
: iusula having a terminus on the :t. Johns produce! to nrirki-ts: /lL JI'au. oflanilluig -We regrit to Knrn of I the fere illneof -" BROW ..:
\down Pousacola for : .
: at and lot our btisiueAs I
river mu>t be io give that stream a national \i-itors within. their IwrdeM. Ceitainly ,'- .1. \ )bll..t l 1':- ., and trn'l that the '1'1
of South Florida .f'
men ecc whether it would
# iniMrtance{ in a commercial point rendering 1 Ji.h! p-v-os.'e> Tampa: and it- ald of lu.iltli may .soon Miiilc on him again.
,be more to their, intercut* to get their 'i..
by way of IVtmcola or still continue grocery.supplies its improvement fur im igable purM] >M imperatively i line of steamerbut I Tampa: 1 flay! 5only :at I -Me,,is :Mayo i i\: \'nl witn l l'OIII'I.1.II' R. WALTER & Co. i

;S necessary in the near one sjtot while the St. John's: rum,i- I nigh ,
ha\e grist '
from Xe\r Orleans. fIlI.UiI-1 al tlll recently : "
tliip 'nt\lri"l
I .. Iy\oked at in thus light and this (Orange-nnd! for miles mil! miles, i is a public! \ mill '." 1. lumber mill and aie nopro- wnoi.i-u.i: \1 \S I'FMTt"lira->v

: f.. The H.4 U. Sur,'(')'. us n correct view, it wery eiidcnt, that highway;, to it. ..lk is without titbcr ; it1)K4cse I| I pan'd (to Jril.lllr I each :Saturday ji\in C ::1140T II I r GAM ; rI
..Jacksonvihlehuutuhl t feel; sn much concirncd }
stores : bat it devclop 1
lli % : ficsb mealamuil
\\.all t'llot ( tarmor a : to procure
Mr. H. P. Hepburn, the civil engineer engaged in the of this road ... t1L
building as 1'nlUl'Ill" ; I them. I I I I too, iho.ain| <-, in < iiantitis to suit.Many I 5
by the T. PC. & St. Jolnu Ilailroad .1il-t..rouh. : II II11tiIIHalliu | I n
?; : and we have little doubt but that the peopleof tll.il' outlet at Tampa, lor, .
: .. to the route arrived 1 the -: I thon-and- : I I on t the
.Company- survey on Jacksonville aud along the St. John will oiaugcs: ,11 "
that cannot obtain the piodttcli I of t tinintcii- ,
t tictwhich arc i littualy t I 1 'beneath JOBBERS IN CLOTHS AND CASSIMERES.
( tSteamcr (frJ rris hut Sunday Tho J :XN contribute towards the beinling
liberally consummi'tioii or, as there are no means (of tran-xnting|
utive committee of tho Directors of the load their loads of bud and bloom.
of Ilu'l .
w> important an enterprise.Finally to the Hay.It \
-, 'met Monday (\''ning1111 after a conference the and South :1.1( --Tht lucre! it i.t' claN-d in the fact: l IzLltimuL-, '. !M. I O.i. .
to people Tampa seem u very j-Oitiliar fact t that: Oiauge l'IJ'le : 1
S with Mr. Hepburn, it wan decide I for.him tt) Florida thU is encouragement, !indeed and County, which does not c.ni.il t it her I Hill-out-I : I that: : new po-t ouicu huts been i-tabli-hol Tlllt': >l.inh :T.O, ';.. I lr.'lfll'iflS t'H I
I begin tho.W"eI immediately. On Tuesday 'I : within t a day journey fit'in this ,
should stimulate them to make every exertion tiiigh or I'olk, should day boel 1 i tug lit r ktlal ; < !
ha examined the country for ten miles or s i in / j place. The! ott'u, 'c i.- l'all'c I I hll.E.ll and ;II i- 1 i f a
5, to initiate work on thU road at tin1 carii-; landat a price i it -inipiv I
r an'easterly direction in company with Mc4r. i tlt l'lllnl'HII localtd at :m little village of many: iianuop- 'I :
est possible period. Jacksonville of course, the price obtained in the t two lattir. I hind: I I Y VlUn'II I 1: t: oft'ie' n.ithorit v. .tiI l in ino l l.yuitiLIl.'Ii :
J.r.. Lesley .nucl l Wm. IJ. Henderson. He I poiuthe tnd of N. Josiph key. Indeteiencu J: ;
::, tnvilottluCiruiit |
wanU to litte what we are goinu to JoinColoextending n-od for oiange: <'nltnie t with or j 'Itll i .iiol out <>f a I"I I 11.1..r : | "
will! rulllCTcr.11limCli into I'olk in the course I. crop I i I to t thi- : not t the Iain ( u'slrt uf MIHIIIH' ('usuiutv, !:ltl<* .f Tlori- I I |
lhj"dIy 1':1
substantial aid, but 11a mod bearing tio v; it-. II- 111; inotv mosiey; !'. I, i.j U.xIuroM, WiliII! t l LsItjt, Ii; H j't.lin'Itl: and ;j | V
of the preliminary survey and examine the that if have the and 11.1 rmt10W: biiwe! Tampa :and I CKar WatciIlaibor (>-H.irI.. 1 I l I
we pluck publie spirit ,; |KT acio than < ity lotin Tampa.: I i i- simply : 1'.lrl'r 11'li.1.1,1.I | :
-o; lIatl'1-u, far. as Orlando in n professional I I I I ) I be abolished!' and I in I liiit tlariof bl I \il.II'r. tor -: :. piililie nitertu ("'iit i-f I ( ( : V
to go aheadbe will generously cmne to outaxsUtaucf bi-catiH-,- of.their reudmean. ol I ".
M.injiirtation. :
; } the ( il-M.r in 'I !!! : :
> H.I. ttiiuL..i.| Hii.l..ri..I. | |
capacity, though it be that an actual I I't. l\nallis :aiid Hay View be Hipplied by
S may let uu then do to our utmost in I Did) I'olk and I 1 Iii I-i iurtttighi IIIIVl.45c5.4 I fount*' n"rii.i. 111 \I.\II. Mi* iiih; l \illil
ttf survey may not be made at this time farther taking stock nnlp\'illg: in sufficient ca-h to ; meanof and ''boat: t frol Tamjn: a land tout to lu isablished ( I II ', the lipil; I I..ur. ot .. 11. folo\\n! >-' ,iKritts)
a I
tran-iMrtatioii \ ,
in Polk. 11\ : tin- l.i-i named via 'learVater I.in.lcitnilo t.! I l\_'il :,iul IK lit" in ..ii l eiuniiv ot
\than (o sonic point ironi place, ( :
get the project started: c.n its logs. We firmly Hue oH.ning| tip l heir interiorand connecting I I IiII-Iuu.ri.uugI. : ..., ,.
: ',. :11r. Hepburn has for twentyc.ir* been believe that the construction of ten miles them to the outer w.rltl..1. : : .I to ;oodmarkets I \ I Ilaibor I all.llhl.llill.I :, to I Brllk\.il.> ,: 1 lie ..1] ot 1 -\\ I "'. I t 1.\I-I.il"| i'' >. riitg- I I'J I I | | ,:
D with the.Lake Shore and Miehi- ; I with other, ollu-es labli-he l, one in this eti i I'a-I.: ouittuii,1! : 10 .u.r'. I I 1'
.. of the road will injure the con-trtiction of the : they \would im'ukly 1 build! I t tlum-! : 1 flit "i'\ !.ti nej he.. to\\iihiK| ti'l! F. niiij I W !! | ( -
.ii Jo.th ii. road in the cup,icity of civilSs balance without interruption.CoMMUMCATMt.. selves a conntn' full of people, and full I! thOm, one over t the..\nlot. and one ill th,1. ,' ieotK.iinlr, : .4o ..i.n'I ".:.. r '
'engineer.:It will be remembered that this L .- .-- --. -. "l0 j I'ithlccha-cottv settlcnw}nt. I i is too hail fur.uur 1 lie "wl| ..1 no} MV. 2".J |lowl-hil.I.) | rms p I It I !
< ; money. I ta-I. r '
,o0ofanderliuiU'4IS 1 uatl';. [[ : .] The piojct'ttd I lino i uf I that I the people in t the interior to be left iu so i i- I. 1''I.lili.hl\I ,\|II"i. 'Jl 1"\1.11'1''!| ...! ". r.iti- I'.l I
: -. H.\i'a.l. olatcd,1 condition of immigration ; .,li-atri--.
5 Acro.ss the Continent.Kn. t I :1.111 great amount I 'a"l. ""'IItlll!!
I jicnplc int nd I I ttu i1liuig fiom t the I. I 'I he ''h'l.j of \\ ..,.. tow n>hii| "'.I.. nin e II! :;
It 'i A State sanitary Association. :111II 'i I bee\peitcd I in these I legionsi : ; :
S : SrxLAxn T1Um' l :- <:1 eont.iinini40 I
S i ;:St. John's I Kiver, I I'ali/ a lnwlitilll' I bcoiul I ail, :u.r' i|!
; In view of the public interest b 'iug generally In prc.-ciiting to ';' \.' the ino-t sanguine i\ivctatioii-. I line I i I unlc-s: .some wax. l for occasional communication I I\iitl i iiK>n a.the }Ir"I..r| of ii l. l\n f manifested iu leadens, facia connected with I I is This h:." been done in i i-l\ Kiiil rxiiiiliiHi. .\e |>io|>trly imiutolI 1
*:: lUit.l1rmaltcl1' for the your Mime a trip \
1 i ia country primeval 1.in evervtliiumg I ready I I 11'1\'l'l ;I 1.Illillilr.| .':illoriifTirnn of h.il,-, a-h ; I
.S )preservation of the public Health, w? arc of acro-s the Florida 1'iiiin-ula and some obscratiou 1: to ptodiico probfically, ami pimhue tiut'year I Texas: ullo I illlW: ) of the Wotern Stateand I ., I Iur.h..r |II_ ; t for I lia 1 ,. 1 1I | |
l .
: l-AVl I'm
i should I IKJ done in Florida. The : UT.
that much l the 1 do with propo-ed :
the opinion might be accomplished < on. country, M) a i! round, tropvegetable! -, and fiiiit-, that I | '
; by the formation of State Hanil.nrsIOcin.. degree of dillidcnce, aK it KHIIH somewhat: ; j hangc would! not add material to the cost T.ini'i| M.irih 12.: tin. :11.rilI I l
S i j the outer woild: will I eagerly I bii\ alit I good l ) I ; I ;
of till peculiar for \l"itor to write i'acU: > of I and the 1 to t the I in- -- -- ; V
ion composed intelligent men vocations. | a up a ; hel'lit. l'llInt.lulllll' (". | .
priw.here Ia: ( 11111.n'a.y to do it, antI ; \\'M. Iliiowx, JOHN I!. >' luiu.uv.Brown :
3 S .. ThhoulJ certainly IKS the best l'OUlltrfur, the natives thereof ; but 1 do. N) I estimable.Martied I' I | I i ..
the only r'a.ul \\ hit doe 1.t dn it i is be- | ..
, i ., cacao* of getting the laity cducaU-d! in matters "implyil.h the view to give to thorn an idea cause there is no means to tian-i' >oit. I I at ('urh.\church on Snnd-ty, I & Swingley 'I | V

now left too exclusively to the medical of what ouLsideiN think of their country. It There can bo 1.1"I-ill' r'a-ll I for delav- < I 17lh 1 11"t. by '::1\'. Win. I." i.lr.: : I .ll,11 | t

faculty. It wouhl'jLjive opportunity for din- has occurred with a good 1 many writers to ing : road any longer, tin* ean Iuuii.lItuut' I!, W. ( ;iarri-on to )1 rs. Sarah Williams: :\1 ofllcpcctfnlly !

;. cushion and bo :suggestive iu many respects of Northern 1'l1'l'r" that come here, to write up ea.-ily al.1 I \\h"1 1 tbev ,I.Il''pl., :\ i'\H-iieneo| I hiil4i''rummghm l't. I LAND AGENTS, ; <

DS&wcu to both the nndiuul profis-vion aud the country and do HO with no more knowledge I. I the bcn.lits th.it will 1:11: thiCk and f.i-t upon I l I :

: intelligent laity. Ivigin: ariug is a.(. l.lIl.C of it than a blind mo. iiito. One) cannot them, thl'ri.say \\ lutamifl.ikoeliae ('o"' 'rl.Iua:. i 7M.UIM ,.'I.tl:II.f. I ; | | l

intimately eonuecte l all in nH'ck I .
10 with Sanitary itn- l.'OlIlpn'II'nJ'Iorilh\ or a ---
made II Icayin tlu-so 11il -o many: ; I I II ,
pro ement.i that the latter can never be successfully month, and I may udil my remarks accrue I Infer ) ; )II The Quarantine Hill. i A l r'l'I-' Ji'I"| i.1 I .ilti-ntiou! In al 1i.in-i, ,

made at the smallest public expanse a three months -tav and tour in this ,. years.When the first piek istnttk into tll'Jrul1ll'mlHlIl'ill .\ hill has IK'en introduced into congress'with !I f T..,' 1,1".1| i i:,\ i.,' "T\TE.h.I.I. in IAK I lie ATlXti' ofaii.l I IOII.M'KAPami |I.uiiui I. I: : l'

;t until I that profession appreciated the importance : portion of the State. My fin-t trip : 3I I the 1 of t this I Hail- I, the title, "To prevent the introduction ; : I : : riCKl'MI'I'ION I:I: I :.. uui.tkiiig entries ifS | !
Ililil of contagious or di-casx1 into tlie. : IfcVNl I t*', Ae., ,\"-. in I H IItll-U.r.Mili : the :
made! in December List iut\'l'li.lIi ( :1.1
of the ) in this ixtntineut t.r
mi ure-s proposed a sanitary was I I
11\1. :III tle f1t is 1.\l.li-I''IIO t the \1,1. i HuHt'; th." I ; .: (that no \.d ,,I 1.lj.illl"ulli.. :1"".i I rtiirttlet' ,in n "lln I | \ I J
view. O.ic and but made
point ol : groat advantage of sichan my : wn during Fdlfllrr1111 -10-if. ,
immigration "il'H.t in largely; ; land will coming) from : fIrl1 port, w litre contagious i n"l"ir.1| : .
: $ u..uciationtouM bj that iu t>ugg3stio March last past I It certainly was not a propkiou.s increase rapidly in value ; t the tntintry \\il I It : or infections 11""I l'J c.\i-t and no M.bit.let'convening 1- l

S for ICb..Ja.th'e'cn\ctm promote and fur ) time for travtl and I congratulatedmyself | be ono vt.-t ocean: of ]1""lluClilll"' :1.1 I :an l.r I II :,' a person or j>crou*, merchandise I! Florida Land j | 'i

ther Sanitary science would naturally. carry on feeing the country in about as bad ,i of plenty will ensue. I Iet the. people build) ii j jt i, or animalatlccled dieashall with any' contagious of or the inft'ttjtti.4 i j I ; : | \

with, them the force of tha dirtt of the intel-I and wet a state as it is ]>o&>ihlc to see it. i this Kailro.xd and there i is inhabitant cuter any |Illrt I t | : \ V '.
I : IIt one United 'tIIC or pa-j the boundary! line 1I between : : : '
tO.tIlU St.tc.5 a mian? then _. When I started out, everybody*. said that the I I ANDEmigration
1 hl'n'ho ownland but what miit bo a |,, t t tbe I United I Stali-J aud I any foreign .
: :
55 fc ho foUto govcrntucnt to.appreciateB&rtaacc min had! gone for good, but'' then.everybody wealthy lan: c-petially compared to the j i ,country except j in hue manner; and subject I

S of Sauitary scientse, we ca tf turning prophet at one '.time spoilt the bu5uc value of his Ix-longiugs then and now.Aituri. I to the regulations hcrciuailcr I ptovided.That 1 ,-

4 ; ,; : none better than thai.of a Saaitanutibu'whcwc .' **. If mly one had prophceiod, I believeit : >. whenever :L)such dUeaM sh11 apjtcar -
: in any 1 foreign port, or country and) Agency.No. .
inllui-nce uld would have rained but .
soon her not everybody setting -- ) :
S \hIInr any vessel> shall leave any infectcel. .
S : 4'S t throughout K>cicty M well a-i iu the halb u > a Probability Store" why, the exception Mu. 1111'UI: : country, etc.:, having on board gooL$ or passenger V

'legislation. had to come to prove the rule, and! I The 'lll't ms are uf"1 a.-kcd, :, coming fr\ll a place so infected, the

The people and pocially the law makers had to stand the exception. It commenced (I'IV$ the game law !'enuum iffectixe next |, consular: otliccr of the United States, at such 19 University Place .

i ? Arc disposed to look oa any recommendations raining ou my second day out and kept on April ? and I if so, will: I the County ( "- I I surgeon-general foreign port, "hnl the inform marine the supervising] service ,

inadajjj: the medical profession alone with the whole time almost. I might say I made fcioncrs rcnotify the jvoplo thereof Now I thereof*, rc|>ortiug to him the hospital name, destination ,

\ ;:.dubious, eyes at something covert was coutalnttlsinf my journey from Tampa to the St. John's in h giving conclu-ivc answers to the :above ; and date of ,departure of such vc.v-el. New York.

_: 'io ": .them_ .uhich might ,prove .exclu-! a swimming style and having experienced a (questions) through the TIla'; \I: you wi I L ad 1 And the l't.HHlll olh'cer shall make weeklyreports I

5 F\- *' r' the Floridian soaking on first trip, can j | l.t the .:ill officer: of the sanitary condilioii .
advaitagoof good
', 1' >. profesjiou. my mili"tl'r\ crumbs of comfort for which ('om*'i on UMHV is wilieitetl with l.'rlil' owning

:.::: < > .q; :Ain )the ''medical p'o( &ion U, too*' mumS consider 1 was made a regular icrteran by.the there i is great demand. in this ( llta: well I; 'L'lie !,uurgtui of the-p.rtJlt geumcrah,which HUller they the are direction stationed.I of. ,li.irnl(>lo I Lan.t' low.II. :ui i-t.: ,. \

., -J ; :: thc1, as a rule, iu civil engineering to en- fcccond. a-s in other counties, perhnpKepcclfully '. the --ecutary of tbe II'\.un', IN charged with Loevengreen& Madsen

S 4ble, \iU, .meabeN to, intclligantly iwgg&t My journey took me across three counties, I I I j I the eXt'utill of the pro\i-ions" of this act, 1I 1 4 i;:

what and bow necessary imj'rovcmcnts should Ilillsborough, Polk and Orange, and whatI .\)I. Wn.-ox. | etc., ite.I Indicate to ilrl the 1unhhie that t lit I>
00 made. S have to hay of each must be accepted as liaka, Manatee co.. Ha. I I I i i-t made: the duty of the medical ofliccr 'l-oned I UAIUXLT MAKIMJ I MiOPaii.1 a 'Ian I Iil.issaiui .1.

-we. : ...Jwretokea.M ecaaaon. _to.throw.r .out these impartial, and from an outride Et.nt1l'oinl.In In answer to our correspondent we will I' mints I Il of l'I'loIHtiln:\ quarantine to aid 1 in,the rule-cnforce-, etc., I I i'r: ,V llondi-ntoii.Oil "IUf'. (I Mr.Wellington 1..I/rl..n utrvt-t in pn'l"'f.dII 1",1."l ; I 'f'1,

;i jjggwtioni. ii thai time'so.'as to anticipate the comparing these counties, a* to quality of state that the Jaw doe not provide for a notification hereby l..talJ"hCI 11 manner of first rla.\( line, sun I' t V

S 'p g of Ihe State" Medical Association in land, I'olk must undoubtedly be given the from I the County( Commissioners "I(. The :11'l'u''l'uerl shall, on receipt of iuj 34 ChI.hhts JiiaVins and l SAFF-S all iMirt-i, of llKDHTHM furniture: ; he, u TAHLV5 Ito inxpan.l .V.V\

:, it ,y-wnrilh on the lGth of nex't month, when first place. It possess a soil ou the whole, every year, and the one notification answers "j' fmuat of any vessel), to ilo n-uiiriiiC| ) of all kimU in bi line. )I. ,

\ 't' -\pe\. the medical Axociation will ktue n that would decidedly yield a good profit from for all time to come until the game law is glJli any port or \in-cnge'rs the United 1 fioiii Statenotify infected places the to Swan with 1'AIXTS.will funii-.li Ui.tS any' $one If that alloiuM,1I..il and "hnl"Ih l 'r .i'i .

5, \ 10 formation of a State Sanitary As- farming. Wi'tb"cry little fertilizing most of J't'IK'n1l'\l Of course, in any county where I j i tillicei-s at the thrt'nh'm.lpMt of dcsj OILS, IWrUHE: n\MIX.: Mori.OIXtJS: ; .1I i ;
1r -: .ltt We commend this matter to the tho land can' bo made to yield crops that will the) Commissioners have accepted the law nnd j I filiation of said vcol, and shall prt'pnr and II I it.IM I I'u-uIuIe) ). nl.II'lt'Tt.! : FIXDIXCSat! : t\\". t"11.t! | S :,7

..S & c -. .'' rotate exchange compare .with: any good farming state. I put.it in force by giving the notice required I Iran-mil to tlxfincdical of.f of the marine I J\I.ri 214: l IS7.! Ivr. I I l I ".',

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non-arrival under the floor of the kitchen. How I .- ..- -- -- .. .- .
: JHEUNLANDTRIBUNEr wThe telegraph battery, the Joseph JOB AIXU.E. KBtILCHAILB

of wliich has delayed the opening of telegraphic ell acknowledges hunt he is the man accusedof : : & LA,vTt"I Z:.1 U S MAIL "

TAMPA, XABCH 80 1678. communication with thin place for setting fire to the building, and says that S

if he had been "nble to have reached his
over two months, came on the Steamer last guu

Methodist Chnreh. Sunday. The line will be in operation: next before, his captors drove him to his hole he Factors & Commission Merchants, -- ..

'Plt&tctuifa Every Sabbath at 11 A M tit week jf nothing bay peu. would have fought it out' rather than been' > .: \\,

Fruit : taken, Xorth Commnrrial Wharf, \,
Growers Meeting. .
( jf ey !;
A-tfl SCHOOL at 3 P M. The capTors: with their prisoucisicjl, ou the ,
Next Thursday night LJ the stated time for
'3Slslarl Every Tuesday night. Steamer Cochran Friday for Live Otk'IU', : Charleston, S, C. .
of the Fruit Growers A
regular( ting o- '
x".I D :1 + J. J. SEAU.Y, Pastor. the *Jitrill'uf Lowuije, :* irurIty i* rijHH'ted t to .(
rl ciatiou., ..l ]uipr i is to be raid Dy Dr. Uenby Ii
We I Liberal 1 Advances made V'
-- --r-r-- meet tlK-iii. rongrfttblati! the ,panic* Jagg'kgMapplitl| ,
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t u* In force In the Post Offlcc, jtowi! way of opening farther dtscusiou! making the capture f for ridding the .:State of MI nignmcm 41t"' ''ottoii, Kiev, and other '.. ,$'"

a. from Nov. 20th 1877.AcTlaiw. .' jou ou the Scale *u !ecL Mciabora are rcmiu- I'rudim. *. '. ".
: : such! infernal villiausaiid sincerely lI'u..t that .
n .A Sunday 1 ',.)(,. led to come prepared to pay their annual -.
? the $;>00( reward: will l Ik' promptly 'aid them.
I/ [
& Gr..3.I. 1UKISl'1: ;$ : '.SEMI-WEEKLY SERY
P dues- .. ;
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(i mu-4 t Co.
ktttu'dar' G r.X. SI.FMI. Charge to the Grunt .fur)'. .
w.. .agetwtar 12 x.. flea .-Last Saturday afternoon General 1:111llul:04.A: : : (.... s. ,
The of I I. L. Mitchell the f'L'
IND W lA8tnnliy4r.M, Frost :and'Mr. Morrison went fishing in I! rhurge Judge{ to ..\. S. .JoItS'lTtlsll'n""ll! t hank of ( \ -, ..
i N' / Grand the of last TO ..., ,, ;i..o, ..
dal+ Friday .4 Mon.GA.M.. Jury on opening court Charleston. 20 tf. < ,; t> :' .iFk
U t zssssss. i M # A "* G.1.X. a fresh water, lake within a mile.or two of Monday morning., ju t whntn.'i to have T5 .. .... .
IKED.EVERY ,IU FrWtr IOA.M. town, find by a remarkable coincidence each I, ,
m .
-_.--:.---..:'liid Friday 7A-M. been exacted from the upright fearless andeottscicntious i : .
*r=r : sae of those geatlenicn caught a trout, more I A. B. RITTER
B.Azt)1' W 1eell! "Manda.A 11 eeL 12 x. Judge.t The emphasis with I I.
;-.r Lit TIK A Friday 6 4.. &. properly we believe black bass, 27 inches CEDAR KEYS TAMPA A.ND..
'f which he dwelt the of the
on importance
." for the deli of mail ,
.. ry
10 inches from tack
long, across to belly,
Q.tpea. 2 &l'.)!. ,
VJIB'tI8IN from to even : jury making a Matching' Investigation\ iuto
On Sunday from 9 to ill A.il. and weighing 12 Ibs. rchi>ectively. Sati-ficd l
r 1 0. all \ioali! of the laws in obedience' to the
eek. .
arri"u'\ late the offiee will
mat ta with such luck size
t4 j extraordinary as regards l
i .83 ..gfAat the mail l i.elisu4lstvd. solemn obligation of their oath*., evince a KEY .
,58 4( not later titan 9 o'qodt I*. M. and the honors being so evenly divided between .
ktcrmiuatlon the of his Honor do
: on pait' !
i4 $15 \csOrncE will Le : cdprvwpt- the two sportsmen they left off the
''II;: ODe loch t'r,.t 4 .P. M.. !and yu Hatiinljj* at his whole duty \indicntiugtlte magesty of A13Y 5

.. t loaeraad 1{ f// pT to adhere trictlr sportfife the law. The oarneMne-s of his manner I Boot and Shoe Maker, S TY A l\1>E R S f _

e + iM and t TU an Ute 1.. M. has rywrU, .A'c. to )" The railroad m eting';on Thur: lay clearly indicated that he meant what he said, !

_1 WV! .tire IL AJ (berevofli-r rrerr----f- f.,... night was well attended, and speeches favoring and that in discharge of the functions, of \

'Aarertticmentt. EiMM.ItMiBwrted: pot*uJ&9tye IDA! Ruuuty BO 000 to Xi transact II wk roe their to lo bw nuire.Ie otlirc, he would I JI IIERY: a notiCct SHOK: SHOP he public in the that M.U*,onic hu jtalished building \1.-- T. J. COCHRAN. LIZZIE HENDERSON.t it t

6 'THOMAS A CAliBLTU, Rev. C. A. Saunders, Mr. A. II. 1'andow and and I do his whole
r con-cicntioii-ly iiinl ill preiatrtd l to ilo all w.Irk.i.r.J J his line with SATURDAY fur Wwt.
| Cedar Ken Key
WVtrUe J..ne It.
., I Leave Cede Keys TUESDAY: f..r Key e.l,
r.x. ,
He,'. T. A. Carruth. The nt"ttnt.1Ii1lhflltcb..
people KrrVert MONDAY.
Arrive ;
at on
tf t THURSDAY.Ixavi '
\t er on
1&IDP't.f'.... .. .....,"Dec." 1,. :7.r appreciate the importance of the road and duty.We were sKiially| 1 ph-a-od at his bringing 1'\11I:1.) : FU., Jan. 19ih 18T7., Kr\ ii'enl THURSDAY for Cedar Key, Leave Ker Wert MONDAY for Cedar Ky4. ,:- i;L
:SATURDAY.Leave Arrire at'UeOarKej.WEDSE8DAY.
Arrive at Cedar Key un
A. Y..i I. the benefit to be derived from its construction to the :attention the. jury the too common BENNER & PINKNEY (Vdar Keen on SATURDAY: fur Tampa, Leave Cedar keys WEDNESDAY for Tampa i
5 AF4 but there is c.ident'nntl Arrive at (-i THURSDAY.Uave .
one t.hing"err evil of earning; <'onci.ilv.-il iuMp) ii". Arrive at Tampa n :SUNDAY. Tampa
r.- FRIDAY foe Cedar Keys,
w : t ft* t '; ::Iilllsboroa,l' Jotlgo Xo. 23. that i*, it depends on Tampa: whether this 'r\Ti':: r THTv s. SHIPPING AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS Arrive TIlIIIIII\at (,I,dat MONDAY Keys on TUESDAY.f i IVdar Key*, ,Leave Arrive Tampa Cedar Key* on SATURDAY. r

... ". road u to be built or not.
:: : "fe-ReguUr"
';::.: ; .O' 'lAi CoromunicaUoitsMasonic The Tampa JUlie" The Pa. :\Ir. Fit/iutiiek, of tltc Florida NEW YORK For Freight or Pawgc. (having excellent accoramwlations) apply to the Captains oo 1board. 1
;'. ':; .JhU.1'efintl.UnW10JLIt M. l:. Conference :and l Kite l'\. I'lr of the M. MIlLER & :' DERSOY.
t;,:. I ..-.';fiuguts. "T.in.,"each- mont. 'T.. 1t This military organization\ has regular' 1;. Church' iii'1'allalta'c., has joined the Rc- Consignment! of Cotton Solicited. Dec, 1-tf.. Tam......
t r meetings once a week for company)' drill at f'uriut'd, Kpi-copal} Cliuuh.The .
$ .;' f-T"- Brethrea' in pood staudin in their Locly
,l; are fra'teriially&ipvifed, attend.. CI present Saturday nights. On Tuesday night milU Apal.uhicol.1; havetarteil cry" Refer(; to MVAN. W. W. Wall A Co., Tampa

[ ;i".::""" I>. ,ISAAC CIUJT, W. M. the officers meet for instruction under the efficient again. Theie 1 U u't t n \.u-ant: dwelling in 33-tf.:.
U' : WM. C. Bnowx, Secretary. commander of the company II. 15. that town and acts: building; ; -liortiy to CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES
I H be erected. Tlu; publication of a weekly & -.
; General Dick- Canning
;, ; ThmZL."e unJl'l'1tand.!! that Hauesworth ,
t :.. LO.G.1.eHTLTBOROUGH railed the >>'IM will be l'omIIl'IIll'lucx't:
.4.... in on has forwarded the Roll hooks and other paper month. DEALERS IX Can be had at tJie Leslie Store

LODGE No. 21. necessary"jiajiers' required by the .
) cotnj! I any.
.. -Kev. Dr. IV-eler, of N'ewiutiiville: has! f. .
Those subject to militia duty will find it PIN 'VATI .
f iiiu'iitv.l]
f tvwrtmii. MKCTING ? a washing mathine which is pronounced
Friday evening; 7J j o'clock at SCl much more pleasant to belong to an independent >ay-: a correspondent of the Florida .

.. gsouic Hall. vs' military organization than to be embodied AViex, by every one who' sees it and\ i its work HARDWAREAKIJ '

: .'..,.- II. L. CRANE in the militia. the mo t complete and cheap nll'air of the STOCK CONSISTS OF _
i : It kind that they have: ecn. '
__. ..._ ,, .,. (YRN TEA, BUTTEB :
...... :a &:; ';-':---r z: 'T -: -- GUOCKUIJIS ttltOCKUIKS U!!
-A of left Madison OILBAcON
party young; men a FLOCK MEAL:
.. .,aG@ Our autliuriicd agents are :- Just in from N. Y. and N. O. a heavy ship- ,hurt lime age f for the southern portion of the STOVES : : U1UTS PICKLES, -'
iDr;.(:.'L. Mitchell and 8. )[. f HpnrlnmnKq. ment of Groceries and Pro'j"i'nhu! n State. One f them, 'a\'s the .S'm, ha written LARD J\OTA1'OJ\: CANNED: FBUI'I&Ii..u 1.UP'( &.' .,.
t( fine lot, of fro' h shelf and fancy gnK-t-ries, the Ins father: "I ( ONIONS, cUU 1'lCY
at Fort Meade ; Maj. X. :S.; mount at following to : am coming -:0- RICK.COKFKE. M;<<.tl',
if Bartow ; Mi-s-.ru Ik-nj. F. Harris and J. C. such iu+ Crambcrries, (Currants StruulH'rriilllackberrie : -. home. Meet me out on the Monticello STAKl'lI.SUUAH .
?, Raglbcrris,1aearoui i, Vernia- road just: after d.irlc and, orin, a blanket I'AXIU.HS.
or ,
YlU1ll ripe at Muiiatt-e; Mr. Th w.. Sweat at cilli, Chow chow Corn-bi-cf Jelly, I. b,t tr A v 'inrul aM.H>rtnient of tin and hardware of .v. He. })
>, i
: a pair of trou-er- with \'IIU. 1 have ;got a de.eriptiou. Keniwue oil tanks, t.i..Il'a( e.t, tin }:>., c., .
CcVkMr. \Vonli-hoir uti the Aluiui, and Salmon, Kajjle l milk Pea, Grrn, 'TonutiH, hat"-t'lm "ilII..
I'liuriH. warts, dippers, match MAfen water cooler*, ;
Also I fresh Beef at the old ttand, every morning except Sunday
M! Dr. Stringer att L'ntuksvillc.TAMPA Si-aftiam, Walnut Catsup WoutMcr ::uit.< c, tii\i* pI'e;i >*, lanl cans |n>pper Iowan, |.ilalo grater,
Pine Clad: to hear that ther g.d Imk "It fl'. A -.Iail', mite Unn Tampa, Oct 13th-ly. W. I). HENDERSON A: <:Q. a
ItcaHf ,
k.. .. .. 1'eacllesl'tzurs' apples't nt 1"I\\'lh'r-, | ,jelly moulol."lu..t 1 tart+, -
live. flour, Flavoring extract, &c. A\:<'. good ninny trillill; ;':' f.lIm11:11': had,: their tuilt't sets rlothcn'_s]riiiklen Dover a: hc-atf'rIIIIt! .
.. H.illlo: irons, enffoc mill*, locumotite sari iron ---
I'.niS <
11'.11.l'.t 1.1. & ( o. backs 'XP'"l'lt| in the! "Sllll;h;ru portion of the .
H.I it ITw.iler JMJI*, IIUT chafing dinhc, tea and

'Ir....V rw '-;'Ca- 1)taiu, Sweat uo longer carriers the Jan. 12.-tf. -tate"t before.Ho. ctilliv, i-.iiii-liT-i, MierwooilV: !in-aklait otsten.Roofing BENJAMIN & PARCELL :

hlalun of City Maivhul. Jid" The Me of the Swi": Hand left la..t tS'lnday .- .

r i O'' IS-Next lul1.lai"tlae: : lt day of April ; :; morning on the Champion' f fur KeyWt For Tampa Bay 1! and Guttering STATE AGENTS FOR THE SALE OF 'Z'HE

:'i :;t. Notwithstanding t\\oda\'>' rain li;;ttikuhilethc Date 1 to Order, aiul all work WARIIANTKD.

look out fur the fuel-killer. \\ UandVL> here, we believe Orange Grove Hotel U. S. Wind Engine and Pump Co's. Goods, L

s bi? Circuit C,urt, .Iu lje 11. 1... Mitchell[ that the gentlemen; euinjioing the liand rare ,, tall and examine our .(ink of

.1 presiding; couvciiwl: in Tamp: last Muiidayli. rather favorably! iiupres") \\irh TIIlIl'a Consisting: of the ColobratctlHALLIDAY'WIND

1 Y ', ..oll1iugI'IS her ciiizens.A :11111// TA.MP.A: FLORIDA COOKINU AND WA1UIING STOVES S,

ruggc.led lrt,t wt-ek we, trust that thi>
11. J ilui ha h ,
+iit ; 'r: pp.lillh'll .. u. ALL SIZra AND .
11. / ('R.I I.V.Mft.: .. 1.J'uJI.i/"ClI.... l
'.4 C muty Surveyor .)f Mulatce; CI)., vice \V. 1*. visit will have the tlllt-t of stimulating andvncouraning v r A i
'.. Juny, faidtrl'l faalify.tMg. our own young men of Tampa' < lvn llmruii.lilt' ri'I..1ItV1:111.1, : ) i- in'W "|HII tt'AHK! KKPAIKKI T MfOltTXOTICK. '
---- to orgnni/c a luin.l.! All that i i. mvded, !i. for I.r.\,1.rlberttI.ti'u.4! NtirtLci-ii: -.. .

t< wanted. MrJIu in the .Milliiu.r>, v has nwt' lick>tiiitly and l on will r"UI.1 till! all unrr.prwuptle.Ida that' -< one or two to take) the lend and keep) it ton, .\ll wlm ,, onrncdhere1s I i-J 'lillh'r\\O'fI..ldiIIt..1.. 1\1. ii;. ';$-te t

: .. __ and not ;get discouraged t too ('n. ily. To I I This-> fur liH-ilit\Im.ihiK.No i i- .|I'aII li-'ill:ii Ix itti.nuueuh.I! 1 .i.i Hrt -- -. .. 9.
make nmthing a MICCOtlure nitt-t ilwii\- !
113air.. M. .\. Miiiri-tm, of Alton, 111,;., ]>.iiii will 1 IK. '-|1'.Iro.1 l In male diu-; l I', Gel 1 .it Administrator's Notice."
l he a devoted hailer who s-et* out with a determined ICI""' and t"'hlr"I'I.IIio'.
iuu.,purchased' a small I"t l of land .1 lying on A.3ST3DFARM
; purp e and never lets up, until V.tniii| I I'll.. No\. ITili \Is;7. ('.in ri\V( ) MOXTIN( afterdate I stall. pn-M-nt lilY m1. -
the bay I liclwcuu>> Spanish 1 point and Mr.s tiiiint-i ..uuloiichtTrt, :t..llIIini"lnu..r..r the estate i.I i.
that i accomplished.: Such; t one, if \\orthy.MHHI "
; 11'atnt't < place. i>f M. \\ .Joliiixiii, to the Hon. II. I L. CHASK;
........ - gets a following of oust or two and thi- .Iii.I k,' "r Probate II i iI 1I 1.1''llroIlKh County, Fla., for

>IS.l, Mr. N". I>. Kelly! living on the Al.ifu I"OlIll increases into multitude.. The litizeti' .in uiiuii.il Svlllrnu-iit." All pcr+oii4 intrrtste.l
Q 1'10'-e take IJllli\
,, ..U r r Iloje ford, brought in Monday a turnip generally will timtributo, if mre .ary, r \\\1. n, ili.nln: : ""e's' PUMPS. I

weighing 12: lb,+. and nica-uring :;II>}1 inches to get a good permanent: hand. organized.Vfi. : : jm :ttth7S.SwNow \.111I'4

iu cimimferepce.! Who can heat that ? The Tampa--- Institute- is in a flourishing 4 .- .. ..- .- .- I. X. L. Feed Mills i Tanks, Rubber Hose, Water Pipes, Points, :

t tdF J. U. Claw, tried l for burglary in the condition, having; an attendance of 1JO: is the time to advertise in KT&, KTLKTC.

ilcinaudo Cin-LtitCoqrt wl kas, f found pupil Coiiaidering that it i is the first "inccb. --
: wanted in each liberal duoount will be j '
to whom
THE TRIBUNE..Notice. county given.
guilty and iscntenccd to 8 years in the peuetentiary ful attempt made Tuiujia to maintain .
For Prices, terms, tte., HfUd :stamp for circular Address! ,
a gradetl school the result so far i is very UENJAMIN: & PARCELL.

t.". 9& During the week we have met many gnuifying, indevtl, anti peaks well fur the August 11-3nu. Tampa Fla.

public: fpirit>> of our citizens. Uy the ,- --- ---
commcnecnient -
.' of our friends fmm the country here in attmdance -
of the next scholastic the SIX I :MONTHS after date will prevent my KC
ou tIC! Circuit Court. year /, ami voucher to the !lion. Jo.: :M. irahim H
....... .- Tru"tev!> of the school will be able to providethe C'lIlInlJIIIK' of:Manatee County for a final .iwttlenu MCDONOUGH BALLANTYNE ,
s ir Mr. Iw Murae-f-a first daw jewellercan Institute with ei crienced teacher who 'ut of the ,...lateu( \\ illianl t'arlton lava and ask: ,
where he to IK- Ili..Iaarb..t therefrum.
-will da be good found hone at work) in his line on the have followed teaching a a pruf,:;ion. This 11, K:, Carlton IRON AND BRASS FOUNDERS,

reasonable terms, Juuc 2(jth. tf. lat remark, however, is not to be interpretedas ?\}gent fiw R..1.; Carhun, )u'y in fat 1.1"

t-.... .most __ reflecting in the least on the present efficient Nov.2lth.lS77'TAMPA MACHINISTS AND PATTERN MAKERS '

e. >ebT The horse. thief, Scott, made an effort Principal and Aa..tant, but as indient- ----- ,

.to escape from;; jail tat Thursday week by ing the necv-oity of procuring that cIa* of : I'KACK CKKKK AN1> ST. Cor. East Broad and Streets 1

rushing by the Sheriff'when the latter o1cued* teachers who make teaching a profession and JOHN'S VILHOA1)). Liberty ,

the cell door the morning, but the Sheriff T:. nliutit it NEAR
i iq consequently feel 1 more identified with theeiieoss may iHttrn: ATLANTIC AND GULF RAILROAD DEPOT. :
was too quick for him., He will bear watch. of the U'ArrtiKi., Tinieoile| | of the State of FI.riolNIl: r1
I"chOtlum those who takefo'uch rwntcd in the henate and I Asembly, did enact a SAVANNAH ';
ing. j>o!'itioiH for temporary employment IIW. entitled "An act to Provide a General! Imw GAMANUFACTURERS :. 'C
fur the Iiui .ritiiiii of Knilniiwli and Canal "
>rM ,
.&.. Latest :Style! Spring Hats,-t rimed without expecting to follow it as a life bu>iues. i- l Itwtrl and nt'I'r"\'o..1| | February Itftli .\. D. .1/ij-l. OF L

$:2,00 upwards; Ftaalfata! '( OcU; Linen dress; As in other professions success must. i said u-t twin:: in tine from and.1fl'r it nawige; ,
Mn. t and now" tii! (. foiirtli day of January A. P. 1878. SUGAR MTT.T.T.g '
good; Embroideries &("., &.c., at : Cooks! depend upon application and devotion to the "ai.III'" Uin>; in force awl nut antviuUxi, the p rr- ;1

Ii : .Franklin Street: calling and a ready appreciation of human! MIIIHIOIO, narks are lu-nninto cijtiivtl, by their in. -3J Jr
nature. dividualillinium-, hare for the iniri| "wvH of build-
I1ir For the first (four days of this! week v ins);, .uil'ill. | ;;, maintaining anti ojn'mting! and KIICfittlini r1 l ;
/; to all the right., privilcgi. franchisees, and AND ,
,, the ,weather was Jovcly and we indulged thethope Capture of Fugitive liabilities of a railroad, in iu carp orate powent aid '* ,

that the disagreeable stormy weather On lat Wednesday afternoon Messrs. J. J. r HX.-WH.iatttl foiuiMiny, do hereby give public notice of

,' 1 which. usually attends tile vernal equinox Gillet, Thos. Shirley' and Tho Hoi too, of our maintain intention, and ojrntc and net a line herewith of'railwar to build from equip Tam- :il ilOF

wa at an end, but but thursday was another Fort Dade, Hcrnando county, arrived in j 10\ in the (county( HilLtboruugh and 19tak of Flor11.1 PANS .
and running thence in au easterly direction to 4
tormy, rainr < ay. town having in custody Joseph Howell, aged .
p I IV.w C'tvek in the euunty of I'olk. Mute aforesaid,
The of James 43 years BUd his: son, William, 18 years ofage. / / and thence northeasterly to connect with navigation ALL SIZES, AND SOLD AT LOWEST MARKET PRICES, WARRANTEDFOR : 1
1101 appearance Capt. Me.- It on the ltivcr:St. Johwi iu the afitrvaid'; State M
soems Joseph Howell is accusedof ONE YEAR.
; y'ti residence baa heeu greatly improved required by the general act of incorpontian for mrhpiriNMc .- "
> having set fire to a dwelling in Lowadcs eniutcu an aforesaid. -ALSO .
+ 4. by a coat ofI'nt Nothing adds so much :
Ga. In tiiiionr whereof we haw hereunto art our
sometime in
county, February last, in ft
tv the ppearaoce ora p1acc and giVt't.it a which a woman and three children were )hands 1S78. and lIt.'al.hill fourth day of January A. 1) Iron Fronts for Stores and Dwellings ..
mole thrif look than the free of .
s f use paint.We
burned to death. An account of the crime JOHN T. LESLEY L...
Miller &' IIciulcrM.. Solo AKUIU Taiujn.: Kla.Mirthl WM. T. CAiirnrm, I..a. BRACKETS Jt1
...... are informed that General Dick. with au offer of 8500 reward appeared: in a !, ';S-I lj. 1,:. .-\. Cast R1C. I.. a. VERANDAHS, :

intoof haa'lteDdered the et rom S8ion of Field Valdosta paper which fell into the hands of .. '- B. HCKDCIUOK, us.L.S.. '.: :1:1

fofBcers in'the militia to some of our citizens their captors. Joseph Howell and his son SCHEDULE OF THE HACK LINE J.\\'.IS.(',KNAIT I'.uowx, I..a.. Iron Bailing for Garden or CemeterjrLots :

who! .have, declined to accept, and now asks came to their brother's, Isham Howell, livingin WM. II. VAKJC L.a. -
Fort Dade I 1-L n.-rARK3IAN.: L.B.U Orders for Brass ami Iron Casting Attended to. -1
some four weeks ago, and as larwus; : II. I.. CRAn; .. Promptly: tt1:

:suitsthe their appearance answered the description I'It 11.11' Cold.txa I..it. .

given in the Valdosta paper, and their actions and Fort Meade. II. K. P.KXJAMIN: UH. HAVE ALSO FOR AL}. :: 1
rt 'J .|QuPasengerd! Strar. .Gxhrau Sunday : Tampa Jniiv 1' WALL, L.M.WM. .
were such as to excit suspicions thl'ircnplon
:t" 1 IL P..HepburnV.. U. Kelly; J. M. Curry; :MCCARTHY COTTON GINS )
; -, Messrs. Gillet, Shirley and Holton, (5.; I. 1'. n alnl.l.i A. ('co. liniUrl...l .1 lack UOUt'EAlfD LAND FOR SALE.-In the ,.
:1 ....T.. A. ,Bates ; Mrs. McFarlan ; MM- Helen telegraphed to the Sheriff Lownde county Line from 1 Ft. \l( ':uK1<> 'T.inii.i.: | obit!|h dcparl.utdarrives | city of Tampa. house 1} stories and AND AGENTS FOR "
[! 1- Drew; J.'D.;HaygooJ; Chas. Wells.i' roj" --li\ilv as fallow: fir 6 room; Land 2J acre, I acre dear..
about them, and received an answer instructing leaves Fort )1l'II.'I'r TIIO..II Morning; and 2Ted and fenced, and planted with,100 Ectipse Portable &
arrives at Taiiijia tm ICttlnt.lay:11] { nt.nn.IA'atts orange tree 2 old and upward For fullticulare Stationary Steam: Enginest .
DIED,-At the residence of her father in them to arrest the parties. On last Tuesday years paj' : '
Tauiu| every 'lliurMlay morning and apply to A. J.. Molina, Tampa Fix 'SSiihiN .
,thu county, March 21 of 11. F. diujhtcr Crap Ilagler, ag Joseph .. ..,... .'
UK II*. of Laggae.Tautn .r 7 :- : -::- -::; YJPhan' *
I I ., Zu : CALL OR
SEND Ut YOUR.ORDERS. / .:$;1 '1
and :3 mouths. and his concealed in
years I sou a pit dug ( Nov. _:.1111. tf.
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.:. t 1-I :;T .r.' } t W. W. WALL & Co.
ib. J : xnt r. \ W. B. Henderson I T : .1 it THE MORNING NEWS,. .

'wee too late to .I\r; .

-.....-: readers a short MILLER & IIEND v W'O 'ft"j- .:D it KT SAVANNAH GA.

4 w down south, if Ivan ;..

f: ', ough it was in. ,thVmoath of I Retail 'to ""G", ...,..,.. Ao Wholesale. and Retail E. i. CL.A.R'I,

"' '11, I hope it may be new' as "well" as interesting '' wol o : ie2k;* s sIts

to.; someone The "Dixie. builtespecially J' "

i6 1 .for,caster with_ ; Cap&e; DEALERS.; IX .. DEALER INMerchandise b-_ .' I
i f ---or sailor and cook otit >' .. sat I ., "' I ,; D > DEALERS

Sarasota Bay; A (atr.-Q t to the Assorted Merchandise, S \ : tri.

...---rdlwn, here we found ': : t
1 &eI'OII tha Ia .. TAMPA; FLOK1DA.: Assorted ,
. lBouttv-.Ij$ barP le io, _active operation. t

err CI d: down the lee shore for'sev- Receiving, Forwarding -- -- f --- -- ttnbuted

I' The was literally alive with the fluent DRY GOODS, C'ornerof 1/itxltitgtott.'J/urioaiStreets. ( to power- r ;

that swim-the ever glorious mullet. : timidity r mt

FJ Farther down the Bay and in fact almost ANDCommission N"EWGOODS: ; FLA. rid*
from one end to the other, where five years <, I "oaa )

ago there was but three or,four habitations, Merchants, I ; r.iniA1:; < 1 / !! KEEPS CONSTANTLY IN STOCK FULL dTiil

1 *'KDald M .venture to_jay' Ihat now there, Uscarcely .,- ''' \1TAMPA! ? P (n I D Groceries & Provisions, LINES ii'Tea
a 40 acre tract of 1 land fit for settleL FLA.

meat, but that some one is either on or owns. .. 1

r' Surely this la a desirable locality, and)C the f -0- is. & T. RYDD'S.. DRY GOODS POLITICAL ('AiIPs the
r T-Tnts TIlE
p And 5
present flow of immigration is (tej>(up for 4l.: '-" Cnps, includes Nation t. 1elections ,
?o'J: and which 1\'iIlll tfourgov. .. .
five years more this Bay may be of more im- QUIt STOCK HAS BEEN: SELECTED: : WITH I** active and hotly contented \ .

portance to the big outside world than most : : .\ mXJAUI TO THE. WANTS OK AND Laiies GeifleiieE and Quito's Hats ble ran vat* of 1M''0, i* now Cairlic11 i* 'k; .
THIS SECTION, AND THOSE: WHO FAVOR US -I. 1. Democratic>> will
s t tC Y ; tipual : Party ;T. ;
people imagine. W.
several of our friends, and learn more about the information.of all we enumerate a few of and tat ) .' ('thi' t I __ 'I
the articles we keepGoiifitontly. BARGAINS Boots Shoes & Hosiery which are vital to the pnwj|>. ral ,.,;.. '-':
;,. the country, but as it is hard. matter for a and en*ntial to the wdl-I'cntg '" !

: boatman to ail 'to' improve a fair wind we on I1nnd In addition to- the Presidential sire'5.w) yt, tw ;.0 '
theLittle where pie in (;icorjiia and lorida will elect new State fovermncnts. .
entered Sarasota
soon Bay,
51 and Underwear
Gentlemen's ClotMns
In Florida the
campaign promise to b
: ..t : we noted a.bout.the same ratio of improve- For Sale, and we offer them and all other in our IXClothing Furnishing unusually Vigorous anti l thU' u a probability that !
Stock at the iowuft such Uood be sold in
, figure can for the hn.t time "in't..llle the
: menti" little scrub hammock war people of thati.idicalridd
Every or was
: . t?' ... ornamented with the palmetto or log shanty, Hardware "pernnunt.. In' tI.t.-k--rnDll) elgns f th""speople ofth.-'

:. _...-: and great volumes of smoke issuing from ther GOODS Tin I &, CrockervwareFnrnitnre S uth are dot-ply int'n..ICf1i; and every'< intelligent '
Dry Good., Tloliuits Notion :uul Stationery. citizen, who halt the,welttre: of his Count."aD" hi.ction .
pots Indicated that the owner of the premises ,
We hare a goo,l Line of at heart, "hoiIHII"'CI'13in' hhullelf.wit" every
'.' was either preparing for a'grove or roasting lld\il of the great woe,1,,of rt.' D1ption. &14; fttum ,
. r t "11,1 ('oiii.-ting in part: (.f CALICOES, JINOHAMS; that i* now p>ing m.., .
verily! this is the bind of oysters, i it' Ladies Dress Goods and Fancy Calicoes 'tttlUlU".ll, JACONETSUEUECES *
oysters DhLAl.NllS: 1..111 NS: Mrsi.lNS, To thiii end he should wiWril l>e to and awut i ia
: }. and :-for,one time I was satisfied that there : : KIKHXCS: CHECKS' DENIMS: circulating the SiU'itninth JlorulHff 'f"tnrall t
. "! DOMESTIC GOODS, both of Northern'and South- D1:11.1SSlllltl'INGSSIiEETINGS: : \ STKIPES, in.U-p,,.nd .nt nineratic i ncwupaptT. of pronounced '
_1i could fbe, in one place, *'too much of the good era .Manufacture.A Oils & Paints Umbrellas & Parasols IIICKOHIES.: oX.nUtciJJ.X8.: COTTON- | opiuonsand fearleM in their espretwioq: ; a paperthat a
tbiug/YjBut lest speak! my opinion of thisbeautiful .\lH), ml lI. I>Kl>S& PANTS J.Xlonn.( : .- i* recognized everywhere :L" the lest daily in"the
Full Line of HOSIERY, I.AItS. CUFFS, NECKTIES: : M'SPENDEllS; : ) ,, :Snith. Its erial. department in vigorous<
.. j?)"i count".I.. pop'I .on.. to IIu/so.aud, _* 9 r I vf.t. SITS AND SPOOL TI1KEAI: PINS;; NEE: : thoughtful and coositntwbile iu news and local*
Cb*%!;.l n *ewP s* d $$ S" nb7 much the,. NOTIOKS- }In this IX-wirtracptJ of almOllt every Boots and Shoes Ilollowwaro and Willowwaro, 1)IBS.Ilh.111): in variety, JKT SETTS,. UEVDK: departiiix-iu< are marvel .industry, and romvlrte- 1t I?
if. variety, nod FANS nc... In dci>nrtincnt of(:leorgia and Florida affair
acme all.we left it five some ,
years ago orange i i.* not conliiu-d to a mere barren summary of,event-

-n-na.lemou and other tees'hue grown* up Jeans Cassiieres & (C Mtoiades for Men's' wear Letter Note Bill and Cap Paper tran-piring in tlMi! Stattiy but il enlivened* by comment
at: miv apt, timely, unit racy
.. way-fT FA.NCY GOODS: &0_ Saddlery and Farming Implements, The ample| rt..un't'tt of the tvtal.lLJmient will bdeottd
Frcni which the moist faxtiJious always find K>tne- .t ,
romance of.solitude th'portion of Manatee e 11t".k" Put-Let avid M Mtuur.ur to fnrni-hit g the rva v to pleait. Copy lkxk, S|>cllinghiui ,
.fr. "
county '.:f.enlD t8ou; oL\ .., Puw anti Inks.\ oMOKNINGwith 1\TE\VS'
. the fun turtle and ; tT'r ok Shorting and Fishing Tachle, -
,, oysters, eggs, together .R ady-] adc3 Clothing, \ &
+ the bouinllesa' oiletzVppliuiiecs: c., the latex. intelligence from all of the
: with almwt Vangi J Hbrfgamc 0 i C; oodt- part 1
For Men II wear, we offer a good range of Style,quality Y : worldthrongh. :: the! pro tli+'atehcs, special t.legrams -
k and cattle, so"bring told bya few parties and and we make it a |point to have them Such as Comlw !Soap., 1xtr:1rt'Po..I: \'!' and Perfumery and 1-y meaiw of fpirial, iornondentfc| ; mud

that this waa,the garden spot of :Florida" fit the taste of the Iurch<er-alld to complete the : Cooking Stoves, Stoneware Ac. &e. Ac.; iliroi.tli:! tlu>e agent-it'* the loIL..r will he the earlitilintiricUroft
dui ,, offer -"- fc; .
e < cry n tew mhy incident of the
we were satisfied andentcrcd the great gulf Received weekly, and will be soldAT liticiil campaign: of 1S7C. por

and'steered south to Kettle Harbor, makingthe TAMPA FLA. & M'JWKIITtOJf.Ibily .
Cutlery :
Hats of the Latest Style t .. >> I Sear............................... $10 00
in three four hours distance
run or .
t Ii I .
I 'lulling .t."t and Table Knives ami lurks, Razors 31ft1
about 20 miles. in Shears, :itZt'r" Ac. :; 111..111'1.' .:........:.........................._ 2-
Anti Tri-Wcikly, 1 year...................._........ ._ ;6oot (
The main purpose of this letter la to introduce .A LIF< TillABOVE: I.1XIW: ( (;(>HDS) .. ; month*...........................?_ 300(
this section to those of readers 1 V. arc kept constantly: on 11\11111: and for sale at T-Tsi rclwaro, T-Jollowwa \\ :; luur.th.-........... ] uo11'trkly

your Boots:: and Shoes, the lowt-t living Price+, for ".. I year....................................... :: coo
who might wish to know !something of this I Very LOW PRICES. I Ii rn..r.ohs..a......._............... 1'00
beautiful-Lemon Bay, yes this is now denominated That combined the desirable quality of comfort and Nail, CnnLerv, \\.NI! :and I TinWanCh.iir* '\('.. o :: Blolltll! .........-?-..........-. WSlw
durability-and alxo the more desirable one of hiding of all dt-criptiou* to .nit thi market : : 'ciutcu t..|..JcHMt fne on mxipt. nf A' ctnta.trP" ..
Lemon Bay ; first because it is a Mtiiey! can I..- -utt by 1W (,jfi Order
the deformitieeof ati ugrlj: .foo( and making Cnsli: ; Country I'rohuc. pretty name, apd cx4beciu oit 1 t' home I handsome fact Iookf'lori (U-afltiful itijl.!l! le! ,i.trt..ll letter or ixprtM! <:at mr ri..k.
+ .a':. r > f... : .\ FlLI. J.1SIOF: .,. 11. 1LIII.NRV TiI. .
of this delicious% l proved )bi.' ... -
ruu, an -. ., :\YlmUlh..c.:a.
) ;- trewonouiTnead-MK: Loaper'g': place, which STOCK OF"HARDWARE* &c. \ -- -' -
OUR We o the I
"illl'a higlu Market Prices for
were-only tfayean oUj-aud many..of-them? rT s. 0 r uu-r.: Jiion ti. Afumrii aiCL.
: < Provisions
Cumpriwca CTerythin inthat line (rim Needle io AGrindstone. Groceries ,
' ilrnutJtl.L--'IMorolel that
too it was I
A. \ RICE, ;BORN & CO. (
the intention of himself and neighbors to We offer excellent BKUUOOM: FURNITUUE: ,
make thi3.S frappropriate name for this consisting( of Bvtliitead,, Tables, Wash Stand*, corrox, 'c:: ,. OWN; FLon} I:I:. urrs.; : MKAL: KKT: : : H.\("(>N I t ..' ..
Groceries & Provisions :S\LT, CANNED: : : TWITS I : and V1H5ITARLES: t I ..
truJ1.: oattl I.It y.. An well aa we could Chairs, Ac. InGroceries ) IIIDKS J : JELLIF.S: : PICKLES: : :C1IE1.SE.: : :. SAItDINIS. \: i' .
t. J : : CKACKF.KS: :: MTSTAKD I and[ SPICJS.', .l'.l'KEIoIaII.1 \tS ;.. [1utp..tervnndltial.nin: 1 : ,
guei 1 ezttad from#N. to 6. about 15 & Provisions : : : PAINT OHX I :SMOKU'J; : juuiCHEWlNii ,I', ... "'to" \ .,

miesf; but oily portion $...of the ,Pass CKDAK: TOP.AO) : 'O SNUFF and imiXKS.; ofvarioiH 1.
} : iuulitteii and l>brand PIP1X TOP.ACX .
is desiraU... Tor habitation; The land on the full. St x-k this i i" PECU-: and also other art'uK \ _
We always keep a < 111I our I / OKAXGKS: X) [I'tOXl-S: l many: \
East tide_ of. ihe, Bay is the average pine and LIAU 1/Kl'AUTMKXT.: 4 i FOUr.lCX.: DOMESTICANIK.-OUNTUY>> ,/
: Stock will also l J Joe found a good a-<- All of whith he wiflicx to x-Il at the IA)11'lSli.ICINO :' r
palmetto land :"with an occasional scrub or In our ofTinware always Attractive J.'rioes. i POULTRY ; I'JtH'I'klr:

hammock'oflmall l extent, oa the latter lauds rtiuviit '. '

is.,, -BKKt) *eoplA tbcatc,'and several dcsireable loca&ms. Wood and Crockeryware, '. -rV-: :, 3TlIEHKiIHXTMAUKlrr SUGAIJ' '

i unclaimed taken. The u. CASH or Approyed COUNTRY PRODUCE.
re1 .
With Rake Ovens, lUke ran, Pot, Heating anti t .
'-l tt Vto,all,,intent and purposes, if Cooking Stove :" SYRUP, ,

i..p hlcall 1 > : n./isl id. I was in- We keep all kind of Stationery in common ui"e, ; itt.ing thankful. f->r |10.1: he will -ndci\or! to merit ,|, 1
: : : FOR
; .. also School Rook and lllank Iook. PIMCF-S p.\ID )I A'c. At*. ,
"' ( : l In kcvpui n I I'LL. UK'K u1 t
fomed-.that Jbut one settler has built his We arc in communication with the trot dealer IItlln'.Iu'or. up \
: > all Huh cabiif.tnere: ? The land is't>f the character_ Sonia and South' ant 1 are J.relNU't't1 to supply at hort COTTON, selling theist a* 1.0Ut: he can nil"ird them, amdpat I AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS,
'' notice, all kind i>f ",roodsStn< 8"J quantity, that may. illl strict uUiutioit to his IHIKIIKVK and the wantst.f I II
known as "cabbage hammock:, and generally J be urcha-in' ;: | hi. eiitoiiier I UN old fii"toiiu'r*, and the palsIicgencrallyart / 7BUILDERS'
quite ,rich, though, in email, bodi(:!.: Our In arranging onr.bui'inet* we have not forgottenthat i ..1-! ..,,,I henNetting" '. I ill'.ih..1 to call and ex.iniine hist
the l\hYtlicialInrt' cr;maauaroetinuesrequiresref .
friend 'he would be; t;' Hlsk-forepurt'ha.ing/ i IM "In re. ,
thought that always quite '! hment--to meet this want we Ilave'I.rtvi. t..1 a An.lKAXSiS.1 ) ; :

I I* sale from frost and able to farm even' in the Saloon- on the river, known all I IiARDW ARE. GRATES, &C., k
Charged for showin Goods. ,,
onr .
litrurfJ" Mmle'or Hhoicluyil am "'
winter, and as a proof of hU.success which in THo ....I-A Ou V RE .... All in scartjtofCIIlwt1'iMH'Swnuld. : do will -- .. I II ,, r
would such eff"rLwe !' t 8 < I 1 tit1)litlr(., in :1J-! -tom. I
all probability crown to Jin ti t a l'alll..f..rI'urdla..illj..{ 1-:1-: .."Iu" re. .J. .

'1't; :were shown about fauracre of fine corn just Which is funii-licd with a ll.tr of the lest .). &. T. KYDI( ), Duality of (;i''MI" and Price inaranteeil.; : C) u ':l:.1 J %.lo .y,

+ the date. Tampa, Fla.lanh ht. 1S7(;. 1 if. _:
.tasseling rememoer W. W. WALL & CO. C. L. FRIEBELE, ,..' .

+ Mr. Loaper had bad somo experience as tot 0,. Liquors and Cigars, __u_ _. n ____ _____ ____. Tampa, Manh :2 ISTti. ly ( a
the '1a,1 of the Messina lemon and was :.en- ,\ BIL14.1RUROj)1I 'Dlt.lf X.l'Ji AID, '

j thusfcs&injfts f) of." t.01''euH! I where* tf and I i",anyaienjc.iwreall .ant">y it.'lt will be in\promptly tht\w1" supplied it likt H. T. LAWLER.' -- --- "Thole2"o- u I (! '= I et21il : I IRON, NAILS I AND H 0 L LOW A RE,

get them to market,jays he. Yep yiH! havea !. })vgabat1'rit l \ '"

vessel of ouf HjaaftJiH, iuMtlicin,in i .'1 r 4 Col.' fJl.r'J'; rI I GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT, Notice to Shippers UI-LVLKK) IX j'Ti"IUj'

Key ) Seat A'2..4.hOI11tJ1u J t cpcc.. hcj:;, -- .t
l"or:9-,1 Xlvck Teat anal Jlitclriiir Haute tJ"lIrnhi"f
: : r 2IVtIHOA1\ t
st! Yil1 .: Alef y be 1n,411Ci 7-r; i i, 79, 81 and S3 I'tnIt.TnttT: :; : : (trade New Assorted Merchandise.Corner
**' To meet the Tran-jiortatioii demand of our trade aood J
fix I could but assent .
market in fire or days. ....Q lll /' Ju>oner Qlh. the GKO., W. 111.1 Levee,) near 1" 'tlrL", New' Orleans.CD <
rJaulr ruin '' *' *
; that the'cardifflcSty tHlid of that 'Tt"gnljrfy ** 0

g 5 trantiportation to nearly all ,new countries, [ Fr:1I1J.linI>hill ;t'n :Sm-vt-sl: TIN AND JAPAN WARE. ,

was in this case: entirely overcome. Between this Point and ORLEANS, -( )- HAVINf} L1.ISEITilELARGEANDCOM: : (ll 'f.., 1 JI

; : s / / / lEi:- .. WAREHOUSE I at the foot of TAMPA[ FLA.
y .But before... *l close. l let me. illustrate- how 'And art in clone connect Ion\wt. steamers J 01-1. For the sale of northern and western produce, Stile A'jftttor I the CelrbraJeilCIIAUTKK

easy ,one may l live p in those parts. As we Icy City; &nd Emitit,and with. extensive : ; : : j
r ll t/thi/ton Street
the well for a morning Makes a New Departure STOVES/ ;
,were gathered around 4wash Wharves and l Warehouses A UOOIl SUPPLY OK TIlE. 01.I.11\\1\I AKTH'I.fl* I ( i t OAK\ : ;
flint get iZ1T ( ( I
and as the day was one l lbj ) atJ iA. fj I "
"'< Ai.WAY..ON JIAXP: We are nnI'rt'l'lU"t..1 to reeve and put in store all
''most people as a-day of"rest, the sun was arti -I IH of mcrtlumndis..- hipicil. to our care.11'c WITH
th.t..t ]
We are enaWed to offer to patron facilities
'r quite high in the East when I happened to at the smallest expense We shall cObtinue to....fur PORK, BACON, LAUD 89 & 91 '4 :

_ be the location, and casting my nih New Store and: New Goods.( ( "
admiring ;
I- .... I'-f lrx lb( Hraiu-li House, .1U7 Magazine Street : /
iCf L of the field I saw a fine CORN AND .
.partiogtBaV&e4Htcucn 4V-t 1 FLOUR, CORN, OATS,
bJ zing not more" than 12- I. ,f. Xe,v Orleans, ILa"
t ) AT FREIGHT ANAT DCOIY N la will also hand :-t'M.'k; of IHJDY: } that dm* their Trading in Tam : ,
Keep on a '
$t _,This fellow was.soon bang- ACTUAL COST-to the f eatfll BRAN, HAY, CORN MEAL, EVEUV i imitcd to call and lie inq.n_-. with the 1'111111'Flnri.1.I! .lpril22nd'76.l 1. y.JIemy .., ...
: r i with his 8? tr,fldT raufc the mean* to pay, the l"roduJDarkl't: JtingbjOedtrpon undeniable fact that for the Fall and Winter buxincoii. --,-
; artn at l Ca h. FLOUR, 1 have the mot nunpUtc, cheapi-nt' and beat Brimiick .
1MJt for a bad aim on another Mr..I.wuultl \V",either! bur or mceivq( POTATOES. ONIONS, JJEAXS, Stuck:; of(;iiNtd* applicable to the want of the purple t ,
'- hare done quito -a' g06J .aiL,.' work..: .AYe t CORNy .- | which 1 projMNie to oiler atIt.1.. prict a* will "': \
Co J .. give entire satisfu lion to all who may favor ni. "
On igllll1.Cll't t
as to how often this Secured DRIED FRUIT Etc. a# ,
questions and
asked no, with their 'patronage. My h"i"\ large: carefully '

but hurried abord, set Mil, and steered, All I the product of the Country fur which we can >, j ",.. -<. HAY;,... MEALGRITS Hclcctcd usually, eoniUtiiif'of found! in a alnxift tirnt cl.u anything well regulates andeverything 'i. lilt t' e
l -lor hom0 >} 9'i ,jl rUltf Y h tn1lewb te Jl 011W -()- t- l tore, and ropo to uivo HIIJt HalUfaction in .11"\4 't't sa t. 'Wi i
r;u r.ft I \ thln tur' tens Uelr P'atrooage and my dealing an will i}I nictt witli favor anon; the buvin" ,, 5
Ytx. th rm ofr "k i if there i*
(ding Jhat roniiminiiy. lon't hesitate In
Canh:A Jfancctl t on all Consignments(Not Periiihable.) ;. a
e thou r h part thing elite would like to look at when you
A-fJVfA.fl: you
: .. tout<< all the POTATOES, and think \ou have done trading with me. Selling: Boot and Shoe Maker.
_ 4'd burden. /)iir Clerk are attentive amjhre inTitet) Orders, RetpfrlfuUy Stfieitetl and filM i a- Bo lon P4ItYoung.mH'' d rpidd1e-. : *JJ o"lope j'b\Jt i aff), P'J jdbE a .Stuuk,, ant OATS, that lowing them in i part of my bu"im-
; tr' i: -: that will Cl show lowest price
roar fully
,, aged' buet : ev r upon we I --* we suet you our ,
? Goals and not take the leart oht:use if IOU.should If You don't see what you want ask for it, i nF.KF.UYnotifiV: thli.1ie" that leather and .
_ _;f ., .t -:,'e7aoaldthink.twice: > before: they follow hapjien not to bnjr our '>hol Stock oa yearAntvUiu Tampa, June 10th, '76. tf. SALT, :I l of excellent
d Jlhevwell-worn 1n ubction'to: : "go West," for and it will I be shown with pleasure and with no ill I i prepared... 1 to .In Mil' tanti.il and l nent work at air $
t_ : &tff l& we might be misunderstood, in consequence RICE; A-o. feeling i if you do not )purchase: to-day.: 1 want my113tn.n pru- .
t ;Western to a considerable extent, hare of oar fair way of speaking,M to term, we ; to"feel that it in a pleasure to tra.I11\ my action* Corner\ ,.Tunipii, Fla.
q-.; =kjeJf tt a !b 0 fr& 1 1c o Tupr.cufsU; uirji wa* 7 vncglor all,that we can r : Store. Jnly 2S, 77 lyr.
''' .' J ,r b ori C o A ct Valuable Place for Sale. .
'-J .. : I! Which we will kell at greatly reduced rates, l I"yWholesale. Terms Cash. -CARHARi'&BRO.THERi t.; r

I. ":. in eare betaken themselvea -in con, Containing 160 acre of good pine land with i Sib .. .
,r '
; Equivalents orange tree*-:100 of which are now bearing? for and \WesaleGrown
..etlll, .). le''ftamben. ,lately to Mississippi, anq $$,OOO, or the came place with 160 acren additional umH.I.uY.Xcr..s,: on all. Con-.ign- Highest market prices paid for Country Produce. __ ,.toporteBs_ n 1. .w..y x .: ga i ,_I ; .
4 .s ... .IIvv. Whet) for 10000. Thi place ia located in the ClearWater men/ '(lIt nl tL'l1 to our car Come and C ,
ra- '
., r'-----Y and; sill fif; 111011 PRICE, ; section 2 mile from hay View on Old Tampa Oct. 20-t( C. L. J. nn m u:. Now m matt "iN ark Place, / .; ..
sound ideas
.y .on cxpetbcEart nail'II Water ;...... fi
.. and 4\\ from Clear Muff.: It ill elevated llcfpi-ctfullv, .. ,
) : .t>te) !! ktplitagewd WE SELL For CA SHe, 'and healthy. Fur particular: apply at thn W. W. WALL & eo.) NEW YORK. J ..5. .

_: go South'at once. Tampa, M rrh. ;?.' 197".. 1 Jf <>fD't'I. tf. Tampii, Manh: ?.Id STrt lyV u1.cri1: for TiiKSrxi.ixn Titinrxi:. 1 J !'
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