The Sunland tribune
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 Material Information
Title: The Sunland tribune
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 61 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: C.N. Hawkins
Place of Publication: Tampa Fla
Creation Date: February 6, 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
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071706
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Succeeded by: Tampa tribune (Tampa, Fla. : 1885)

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S. SPENCER. TAMPA, ELA., APRIL 6, 1878. 'VOL-3.-NO.--4.

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11 ; B. GOObMAX.' LEE UOV MYKRH. [CoMMtIN'irATKI 1 I : ).] Milk mitt Jluttor nil the year round 'would save all the money' for artificial manures FLOHIDA. isi

Home Fertilizers. without 0110 vent of cost. and apply at the same time. to their -

EVERY & MYERS, soil By Suture tho Scat of a High ClvllUation. .,
.1 the best manure in existence, which
ti4HIID MK. Khrrnu:-I think that: this 11\Il''ltiou: Florida, the land of flowers, of evergreen tluui .
would doable the of their
or of homo fertilizers i i.s one of the nioi-tiin' ,|>cri-: tree and shrulw of cnanittl and more fertility Iu former letter Florida I attributed
j I ]> grasses' a oa ,
_ ; e STREETS.IVEBTISINQ WHOLESALE farms: they would be able to grow hay, fodder
? t. :tor live and necessary ijnc.-tioii< that slmnltl\ en- herbs, the land where milk and honey should the productions of the country to two powerful *
sorghum, millet, turnips, pumpkins etc.
gromu: the minds of our Suith Florida |people! .How all) the year round, and-wo use condensed ; physical agents, viz : heat and humidity.I ,M
for their cattle which would them the
r i eeL riioT ba: | & CIGARS Not only rlwMiM those who live HJMIII the |Hn?r wilk at twenty'five cents per can, and repay will now endeavor to show that Florida
round with milk butter cheese and
fSa year ,
t l lSi fo sand Jiills learn to make every available I goshen butter, the proper name would"" 'IMJTexas possesses tbe two great physical condition ; .
!j! *16 .1 fresh beef, at the same time their other produce
: of .
source manure a profit, but eren UIOM
ox-butter at cents which make the seat of high dvili-
115 E.A t forty pound. would be doubled if IIOt trebled. Our> a country
-I f '= One Inch in. 133 BAY STREET.sAVarrirxH who claim rich lands should by no means Our children are crying for milk ; nature < tat ion. / '
diet would
harmonize with climate
t our warm ;
- ._\.ianerlcd pen \ neglect to make their cr ,iw better 'by using teaches them to ask! for the most', nutritious These conditions are soil and climate--&tho
-a instead of fat and
subsisting indigestible
,/finl and 75 ants MOle manured. In the most flourishing( :; >or- upon
j food at their hand them soil the made
age-we water ; they rrgulatiag returns to any given
lac : : : GA.
: like
grease a Laplander or Esquimaux.
-- --Aavertueoicnti not marked ions of thu great and rich Noah 'rl..t. l eo.pie require, butter upon their bread, the JL,imi':1-' amount of labor the climate-regulating the
Dyspepsia and indigestion would abate, thecraving
UBM will iMJawrted until forbid : No. 8 Cigar No. fllfinBCBo.'V'A. pay double the attention to manure as thin of both of them |woiuotes digestion, and energy and constcncy of the labor itself.
cco Factory Factory
for stimulants to restore the action of
uriiqJ),. VKW 1 hey do on our jxionvt. lamK really our nources .
T -SPECIAL BATES li1 IYfC OUK.jrti the noiirifhing' matter enters freer circulationof The returns which reward labor are governed

J -to I I TaID March 25, 76. ____ ._ .___ly.__ for ,maiiuru are iuexhau&: :'liblo, our the blood we season: : their food with iudigeMible the digestive would organs be, would diminished be Jesscncd anti, the intemperance by the fertility of the soil, which is

TEBMS OP TISON & GORDON. muck | on U-;;ri'at storehouses( of vegetable lard ; consumptive invalids from the itself regulated. partly by its chemical admixture -
Per Xnmnn, (In advance, ,) matter, which only newts to )be l'41I11I"oh..I, prosperity of the country incl'ca.llt..J.Lt.h"C'ity
North visit climate and the extent
by 'r
811:1S:011th.: annually our ninny to recover Reporter. composition, partly
f S1Dcle CoP1 or rotted.! Go through our bayheadi our their lost health ; they require light, .. which, from rivers or from other natural

COTTON FACTORS lanunoeks, or even through the oak groves digestible, and! nutritious food!,-they require The Old Subscriber. caused, the soil is irrigated and partly tile

BTjaanasa & <* in the pine woods! aural rte the great amountof milk rice boiled 1 in milk heat and of the '
and milk combined He came wearily up the sanctum steps| humidity atmosphere.

J.B. WJOU leaves and trash that one could rake up with other food, according to the civilized art yesterday afternoon and turning the wastebasket Under,the powerful and invariable influences -

WALL & ANDCommission in one day, and think a moment that by of cooking, we season! their foal with bog's upside down eat down on it with a of heat and moisture, the soil of Florida ;""

hauling this home and piling in heaps, and grea.:e and wonder that they suffer afterwards sigh that might have been cut up into tornadoes -. produces at a minimum cost: of labor all .t

composting with what friable or cow-pen manure from i of the materials for the subsistence
& Merchants.BAY dysjiepsia.Most and whirlwinds enough go around necessary

} Attorneys urine, soap suds etc. that. is nearly [ : of us would) like the addition of milkto half a dozen agricultural counties. Ho hada of man, while on the other band by reason 1

ANDBOLICITOBS everywhere wasted, what a great pile of valuable our coffee and tea ; condensed milk is too weary look about him as though he had .. of the almost insular position of the State, it i f

STREET, SAVANNAH GA. fertilizer one might make available: for expensive ; we drink the tea aud coffee without been trying to die and' couldn't find a_doctor. is brought "directly under those atmospheric '
nr Tampa, April, 8th '76. ly. the farm. I sometimes feel good over the influences which favorable uninterrupted .
milk, to our annoyance. The breadwould His cost was ragged and patched here and are to an
.I TAMPA, fact that when our poor i I'c llple i learn the true exercise! of and of #
hJi.lo "down easier! if buttered ; we swallow there with prosperous and clannish! communities energy constency

\. WILL PRACTICE At. in all the W. B.8CUMIDT. F. M. XIEOLER. value of pond muck what a great change it dry, impede" the digestion, pr\we dipit of cockle-burs. His boots, waterproof i labor. There is no instances of any eau try z }

? Office.-JnIsrtoafferwt.'rltbeLt'* -rtore- SCHMIDT & ZIEGLER. there: wiU be in the quality: nut! ijuantity of into the horrid f fat, nod take a dose of calomel variety, were so arranged that if you stuck being civilized by its own efforts, unless it

.' farm aud fruit products.POND and blue mass to stimulate the action of them in the river the water would run out has possessed one of these conditions in a

_-S 1.'asps F..IO" 1871. MUCK the liver. faster than it would run in. We asked him very favorable form ; and where both condi- ,

'' S., M.. Wholesale Grocers, is really one of the greatest; Meanings of our Our cattle, the greatest wealth the Florida how he fared and he glanced savagely at a tions'are possessed, wealth and intellectual

.. .. country, yet it is but little known. Many farmer possesses, are starving for six months Kansas paper among our exchanges beforehe progress and refinement have distinguished '

r Attorney I IMPORTERS OF TOES AID LIQUORS people as well as myself, have tried it and' derived every year, and are reduced to skeleton at answered sadly : the people i

AND no benefit from it. If you will listen a the commencement of the spring. 44 Well, pretty miserably, thank ye. Ye Of all the results which arc produced rv

Nos. 49, 51, 53, & 55 New Levee, moment to science the reason may be plain ; We spend hundreds of thousands of dollars 1M.'e. times come in pretty bard, and it was among a people by their climate and soil the '

< SOLICITOR' IN muck that is for a part only of the time, underwater every year for artificial manures, which are pretty hard sledin to get along. I either accumulation of wealth is the most impor

., FT. MEADE, New Orleans. ,N i sour and f)pi-oaous tj> plant.-, and in mo-t localities not adapted to our sandy just had to sell the six dogs or cut down the tant. For although the progress of knowledge -

"ITTILL" PRACTICE in all 11 besides insoluble; M> is all of our muck un- soil, and in many instances burn our crops. expenses in some other way, and so I stoppedthe accelerates the increase of wealth, it is :

_ W, Florid ECKMAN & VETS UUG fit at once for plant food. It nerd.to be We I live badly" our farms do not produce paper. I missed it powerful bad the first nevertheless certain that in the first stage of

March lit, 176 burnt, as wood' to ashes when wo wish to get remunerative crop, out doctor's and drug- few, weeks, then I kind o' got use to it. Bor- society the wealth must accumulate before

Lo.v' the alkali, the flue which is to do this is animal i- gist's: bills are heavy, our half-starved cattle rowed it once and awhile here and there, but the knowledge can begin.As .

Wholesale Dealers in matter, fijh. flesh, blood urine and fich, give neither milk nor flesh and awaken the folks,didn't appear to liko to lend their pa. long as the,;necessities of men require

R Fenwick stable or cowpeu manure. Any of this composted conmii-eratiou of every feeling man, and all pen, and so 1 finally lost sight of it altogether. their whole time for the collection of the ma-

with this same muck makes a manure that for the want of a'little attention to our Then trouble begun, right oft The first terial necessary! to alleviate them, there will

GAINESVILLE Dry Goods Notions &c. equal- to stable- manure in point of fertility, :stock.In thing- ,-knew 1- was arrested- and- fined aN I be neither leisure nor taste for higher pur-

BUSINESS.before and at U. S.&?Land and' with the advantage of giving to our sin-: densely populated 1 Europe the poorest for violating &e< game law. See the thing wits. For without an overplus of production "

U with .pedal prom ptneeo&. dy land a l>ody, and retaining both moisture man: is not without his daily milk and butter has boon changed a little, and I didn't know there can be no leisure, and without

Savannah, Ga. in dry seasons: and the soluble:; manures the whole year round... In some countries nothing\ about it, but the judge said as how leisure there can bo no knowledge. But

j.t. mrurr that otherwise would be washed awayor milk ignorance ,wasn't no excuse in these days with an existing: accumulation men are enabled -
1 1 forms\ the chief ingredient of
June 9 ;
1. tf. every
pas off l It)' c\aeration. All conijM-t: mial. when the State was so full of papers that you to devote themselves to subject for
day-Ial>orer, if working at some
FINLEY & heaps should IIC kept moi-t >et not too wrt distance couldn't fire'a stone out of the window with which at on earlier period the pressure of
from his home feasts
C. :R. POST at noon upon
and should be under cover, as half: of the out hitting an,editor. Then in a week I was their daily wants would have left them notime.
a \\111':1101" rye bread butter and cheese which,
jV.ttorn.eys Suooenor to Yon A HOBBT, master: spirit of manures during our hot, dry I in our thinly settled country, are consideredas arrested and fined $20 for violating the fishery .

55 long summers \\'olatilizl'-Hnl now j lu\uiie.x and law, and when I begged off and said I The civilization of Egypt was duo to a fertile .
only for four months in
JA.CIC80NYILLE, GROCER Mr. reader I too, have asked myself the didn't know nothiu' about it, the judge askedme soil, causing an abundant return. .In
every year we have the luxury of fresh milk,
r question, will we ever he able to get anymore butter-milk and where I was'raised, and remitted 42 of Europe it was a happier climate, causing
Pk3I'tP4f1 in t'be Mate and good home-made butter ; the
attention S'A. AXD DEALER IS pond muck ? Perhaps not, miiiIt :- we oth.T eight months we are forced to consume the fine for me to'take a paper with. But I more successful labor. ,A country so favoredas

tad fa.....v-l.i the U.H. Land can,ditch a jH>nd or head. Hut nearly: everyone adulterated. articles, rancied aud the kinder thought I couldn't get in any more to possess both of these civilizing forces' ,
and D. pork unavoidablu -
till FU. Washington>> ,
Western Produce can take a rake and go into the hammock mercury. scrapes, an' I sortervhung ou to the two dollars. may become the seat of a high eW l alio., .

: or in the oak gloves :and rake up a In about three days after I was took In Florida, the genial nature of the soil '

H. JilL young mountain of leaves, the.-..* he canspreal In Australia: the greatest cattle tailing and up again and fined $4 and' costs for huntiu' will secure to man the wealth upon winch
91 & 93 MAGAZINE wool-growing in the in
STREET country theworld
& : over the <-ow 'us and by that means country on Sunday ; and I hope I may die if I the acquisition of knowledge and subsequent ''
Physician the horned
road about the
manure nearly double the usual quantity' ) knowN it was Sunday\, an' I had to sell the progress of civilization depends ; while the '
Jn II)& CE.-O.e a.d a half NEW ORLEANS LA. woods during the whole year and subsist
the leaves will absorb the abuuJulce upon climate will sustain his and
: energies
; JM'Jfebratta .4 prune.OFFICE. rupcr gun to get out of the jug. Then a fellow u ;
.-Comer of } 36-tf. of amonia and retain it fur fut\ere! n':e, anlnt the luxuriant vegetation, which the 'virgin come long and bought& every grain of corn I his labor, and thus render effective and :

Tampa Fla. the same time make the land hotter in :more :soil; of that primitive country produces but had in the crib, for six cents less than I permanent hu ultimate progress.-E. SHIELDS, .

C. E. PARCELL than one rlo-pl'd.: Cowpl.'n should be broken every farmer and stock-raiser has the whole in Tribune '
J>r. F. found' next day it was worth in the market ; Chicago
year: round his milk, butter and cheese.
up several times: while the cattle are on then I lost two of the best cows you ever saw, .. .
&- & Florida cannot imitate Australia becauseour : (
Physician Architect & Contractor. them. and they was took and advertised, and all i Noils.
pastures: produce inferior grasses and we r
.5 ; i AT HIS OLD Yours truly, ; the time I was huutin' all over the countryfor Many people are puzzled to understandwhat
arc 1 forced to follow the management of cattle
March 16. 78. Plans and Specifications WM. 1'. X. 'era, an' when I found 'cm at last,the cost the terns four-penny," six-penny,"
.. I breeding after the European fashion, if we
.. I>r. John I? intend to have milk and butter the whole was more'n tho cows was worth. The taxes "ten-penny" mean as applied to nail
Advantage of bl'illa/ Woman."Make .. dew ate I didn't know it and the farm four the '
I come Four-penny" means! pounds to
Furnished for year round, if we intend to improve our mode
r Buildings j
P.H. way for the ladi'a! is the law of 1 of living, if we intend to increase the productiveness was sold au' I,had big cost to pay before I thound nails ; or 'lix-penny" fix pounds to .

S S. AND :>th Public and Private, civilized socitty fiom the. equator to either > of our farms if we intend to save the knowN a word about it, and every week the thousand, and so on. It is an old English t't.t.
pole. Will any gentleman, oblige a lady ?i' since I the I've out and first "
5=j. -. money for artificial manures, if we intend to stopped paper paid more term meant, at ten pound" .'.,
S F., TAMPA, FLA.OFFICEIn Estimates furnished when desired. ask the omnibus conductor in his blandest diminish l our doctor's and druggist's bills, money to .keep out of trouble than would nails (the thousand being understood); but' j .a

e, i Sujtcrintoiiding the con i .,Block East: of : :and it'we intend to abstain from quicksilver {
whom are the tidbits reserved at fea-t ? the and from that it until l "
every list.-llatektyt. degenerated
Jorn.r of Lafayette and Monroe June 10, 3m. as a daily diet and use: mercurial name on penny"was
Tampa,Much ltd, 1876. Who is served; l5r>t, and has the bat scat at preparetions -4 _- substituted for pounds.: ." So when you ;
|I only iu extreme cases, when prescribed
breakfast t. dinner and ? Woman, About Advertising' ask for nails d 1 .
August IIAII.E. miur T. LAWTO.V.IIAILE upper by intelligent physicians.From : four-penny now-a-days you i
lovely woman Who pays for them ? Man[ An old tradesman advances the followingview want those a thousand of which will weigh 1 s
the wretch the North-western portions! of Germany on advertising : The first utility of : four pound When a thousand nails weigh j '

'S \ Practical :Man loves and run away. Woman brings : cattle have been 'shipped to England I frequent and regular advertising consists in 1 lea than one pound they arc 'called tacks 1

Factors & Commission Merchants action for breach of promise and gets dam for f the London market for generations past I this : There is at all times a large class ofpersons brads, etc., and are reckoned by ounces. i ,

j:i t r. BEGS LEAVE to Inform the ages. Woman loves and the rides: away.: The cattle were roaming about the prairies both in country and town, who haveno r \ #
Tidaltr: that be U iu search of food as they do at present in
1JQ In all iu brancke* North Commercial Wharf, Man brings his action and gets hooted out of fixed place for the purchase of certain .The Bishop of Melbourne writes a long .
Florida, and the stock-raisers made that
"vt by
articles and is be
0 court. : necessary ready to swayedand letter to the Melbourne papers defending the-
baring manner their living. For the last
Charleston thirty or drawn towards '
/. 'gt. Eoropc and C. Whatsoever things are hl'1utroU'hut.l)- any particular place atrical amusements.!! He rays: Nit is sometimes -
work with I forty years they have adopted the improvedmode which is earnestly brought under their notice. a
asked for whether St. Paul
ever things are rare and costly:; are ,at the instance
: r 9i8Ign and Bagging supplied Liberal Advances made of f farming: tabling their cattle manure Indifferent to all, they yield without hesitat-
otk+hop In Kuo disposal 1 of woman to make her irresi-table. would have shown himself at a theatre. No,
a Consignments of C"AUon, Rice and other 'I with their dung the poor soil of the the who
to first asks. Then in the
ing country theatres
1S 77. heathen
Even the
robin rcdl-breast lays: down his. melodious prairies feed their stock well the whole certainly not at where the :
year considerable number
life ; and justly: so, since a bird iu her t a of persona who performances were usually connected 'with
i round, have a surplus of grain and vegetablesfor
,n } wish of the article
a supply advertised and
y. REFERENCES : hat is worth two in the bush. The little I heathen worship. But if the question be
their own consumption, have constantly
} GIBB})J A Co. bow-wows give up their brass DL milk, and' cheese, and they are at the it is be thus
EDWIN to being furnished with
BATES Co. got, the
Sp J
f they may shine upon her snowy neck. She I theatre in a Christian land to witness -
A. S. JOIIXBTOH, President Bank of present day all wealthy men, and experiencehas address of a person who can supply them
t.. j Maker Charleston. 20 tf.( goes forth conquering and to conquer. Man, taught them that every head of homed hightoned performance, then it might '
r 1 W TAMPA,' poor devil-with his chimney pot hat, and cattle naturally open a communication with that as well be asked whether St. Paul would have
pays annually its own value in manure, address which leads
his coats made of the wool of the to much ulterior busi attended cricket
match chest
1 / of congenial a a
the milk butter
corner and cheese cost nothing.In .
in the
S gal, / to dkr all Henry Brumick sheep-la a mere collection of cylinders" and' ness. People country are also liableto or a spelling bee. In this circumstances
r1I&nMiIII over populated Europe the number of be :
t / {e his garments seem contrived to enhance his: men iu the standing armies are millions, favorably impressed by a frequent sight i it is very unlikely that he would j bat it 'S .
.kB" of name in the
1.D a The advertising
native ugliness. newspapers. is certain that he would Have called
J equally ,
of them!
r i' '!' every one receives for his daily ra acquires distinction in '
'Arrria6l.i.t3irtb. party their
Who toils anti suffers; all hardships-bears eyes, none of them unlawful. Amusement is necessary
tions fresh beef and there few
are Europeans
l' l the burden of the and and thus they are led, in making a choice to for people, and it would be
$. JIANGB: : day the rigor and who have not daily their soup,and fresh beef. prefer him. But by far the most young

.. *- darkness of the night; Man, the unlucky Except in Jacksonville, it is difficult to procure of is importanteffect equally unreasonable to forbid our boys to

lr J 1u. rascal I Meanwhile woman, bless her sweetheart I fresh beef in Florida towns once a week advertising the idea one of indirect nature.It play at cricket and to require grave divines

.t,,'I /, Boot and Shoe Maker, gives a smile an order or two, and is and in some places, once a year. If our anxious conveys for business and that such the advertiser is either to join their sport or condemn it." '

t J fnSIB HOUSE Uow'reopeM queen of herself-that heritage of joy. farmers would build stables for their homed supposed to be industrious a person attentive is always The Bishop desires "to do something to make i
W Oui-. SeUct board with ,
-'r- "t : rtaMBtv faelr rentilated These are only I a few of the reasons which cattle, stall them at nights, feed them abund- and civil ; one who keeps the. beet article at the drama what it should be-the handmaidof
.. sae of th.'taort dellf btfol J Y notifies the public that he keep on.AA show what aud blessed the cheapest rates does in religion and morality. a
OcnUeneo'aod hand an amortment of excellent leather and a grand thing it is to antly with bran, meal, oil-cakes, fodder or everything the '
c :;i 1 he 1 acbommodated familien at or prepared to do .ub.tantlal and neat work at wr be a woman and what cause for gratitudethat anything they can procure or raise, make : neatest most tradesman-like manner and in ,
rerj ot*. general uses expedient to aud Now is the time to advertise in
*" every gratify
/ IL human being has who is thus I from their fertilize with
: L. Jacknon'a, Curncr, Tampa, Fla. sublimely compost heaps dung attract customers. People like to purchase

Ji "r-.:., Tar.Fl.... !\ut'.. :stl, 17 & July 28, 77 lyr. privileged. I well rotten stable manure their fields, they under these circumstances:" iM ; THE TRIBUNE. .

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!I The Survey of the projccte'l road 1 from this ('leanings of a COW Huni. I tin Circuit Court, CUli Judicial Circuit -The State Capitol is to J In rcjiaiutetl.Alachua Dentist, Physician Surgeon.

r. j."WALL. - --Editor.-- place through Polk county to the St. Johns I i Notwithstanding the heavy raitus which I of Florida. Spri-ij term ., I). ito have County fair on 30th.

I river commenced last 1S7S, in ami for llillsboroiighCoiinty.The 111 't., at (tainesville.Mulberries NEVE & JENSEN -
.j 1' K. Spencer Bu.sino8SMana.gcr'l was Monday morning I deluged 1 the whole face of nature, a cow hunt ,

s-. .._ = __= ..; = .- =- I by Mr. II. P. Hepburn. O.i 'account of the I "down 'south" was iustituted of which all I grand inquest for the body of Hills- nre tiling at t ten cent per

i r TA.MPA, FLA : heavy and continuous rains on Tuesday uudWctluotlay i parties concerned were duly notified, and requested borough county for the pros-cut term, a k quart in Y 1IIu -i\ county. DF\LERS I:1" :

; SATURDAY, APRIL. 18JJk. there was .mmic interruption of to meet at a stated time at Uncle leave at tlu.-, the conclusion of their lalwrs, to .-The colored Masonic Lodge nt Madison
: _- -' --_ .l ,1'- "- IhevrorV for tvvo'or three daw.! but "It haai -Jessy, 'KiiLtsvlLo lives at the 'Horse and present to' the Court then general report.After numbers.About titty mcmlH'rs.. :Druj ;. Met11c1neiiusET ,

A' Official Orga&for the 6th Judicial. Circuit.t& been "rofumctl"-* v"*f.1 and'*will Ixj* carried on to'coinp1etiokwLtI114pit4.h. Chaise." .s the reader may \\l-h to know .hearing the able nit.! exhaustive: -The militaiy company nt Quincy hasreccirwl ?
-i ""All ---.J.-----Ca.litHStt 'Iis ) id! .be Wnt'- to the- ; The comnionociuenttf something t>fa place\ wearing such MI nm\lC'-1 charge ctfvuur'honor, they Imve endeavored .- the material Ji for'' -" its uniform. Jewelry,

& 4 PuUUlier and lfamgtrCouimiiqcntiomi. | .- .tc; to. this t-tiryey i is certaInlythe, bcgiii'iing' of II! ing, iiam-j a- the above, we will endeavor to !I to the hwt of their ability to make: 1full., --Dr. S. ;(1. Ovewtn-ot is in charge of the .
iT ; illmthJ"I l "imyju'tly. I true III thorough i investigation If1t infractions State hiuutio u.-vlum at Chltthoochlhu. ; : ET'
3 IT Editon |hw $** s njnew tra < : :1.t : I im'pnrt a. little! of the desired knowledge. It f
; _--.- -'Tills-= -' .. ,-_ -u--_-' be coii.-Identl: tho inui-ttory: :1.1 in the rapid : is said that there i t. but 'no belt of timber I of law which have: oceurcd in this I John Mi!orrisev who has l been at

L per.With4bists development (.fdlilkrt.'ilftlc St.ile in tii) ;, along! that p.rt5ui: of the 'coast that extend- I county: during the past two .{';tr.*. The: re- Jacksonville all intei, Las returned North. oeal! atttntion tin,. It)'tin? COMPOUN -

uc Mr.l"hw K. Spencer takesargCLapvbfshcr I near future. i to! the I btaeh, and that: when seen at a di.tttiti .-. I -ull of their laborin? tin* regard ha< 'lIl1h'l -A tiortjurn exchange >ay.- that the average : ; "r 1( it ,01 A -1
'b ) anJJHtiiiftnJnnag} I :r of t tI hog in Muino i"H woith S llU.I) in Flori- Ugh '
i itrily an cntjrpri-a ; whk-i! cry'I '' the oi a matter of t't'l'lmt.1. I they think! (.n-'. '
I Illi .i by.wamen), press nt appearance : i'l I 111:1. 5.72.I'OU .,' Physicians, Prc cril) ugll -
4-!. ihts-_<**imtier..**-iWF"jr.It,- ,is .hif,*e intention-> "; T, at. the*1%* arlic-t" citizen. nnt' nly of Tnmpi, but (It tho whole I the object" after which it i L called,-a hOJ"*l' I i ttti.-nrc tiril which: will bear impiri .>n rANO ubout

possible period, tq make *-uch improvements I of Sotitli. Florida :n,1-.da y of tlu! KVcralco'inties and: 1 a chai' >.\ Tiiii i ir. I beautilui and I gvntlyroiling : 1 ,i I with! 1 theriminal: } stati-tir of any CUUIltiu. I II -,work' ciatts from: of I Lake getable: CiUII! '< wen-the.shipped night toNi ofJ7th ni.Li.xi; rot'ATJn1 lll= -
in the as to meet the demands of tx>uth 1
paper through which the road! untry, with. plenty' .it'excellent timber I the State: of the >anu: pt'pulntiou.Tlu'v I I ult. <

I Florida. Tihich.is so rapidly increasing iirjx Iowa run, btiould fee) the m,):t lively} iutcreat wii and I a pr. ductive >il. IJut befoie 1 leaving have: : mailo! a thorough examination TKirn: : ruj.r.i: >, i-xriA-Tir no Sun* -- .
on. lIe expects to ranke arningeincnts ; buckvvaril in iU the iH-'es: book* recordand x of all -A manufactory for distilling! orange. 11L'1.\ El'ru .tt.J.UI.om: U.smr" :
not bo coutribiiliuj[ { to MICccss. Uncle tit make mention of I loj t doing* houU.l.Yt'EEI. *
; Ji--yX we in
-- tlnwers habeen started at Let.-burg. One in time 1 I".t ""-iMt manner, anti SATIS3 .'"
'_ $o giv<9' the l latest telegraphic new.*, and has I As has lrt.vn remarked Jaeksonville the iiti'em.: with tie following re-uli -
: by our. a tilruwoiuier which he has in his yard, I cotinty : : would pay here. ; '. t cspcWarv

already written to Mr. J. D. JledJiug buj erioteudciit -t "votOiiiiHiiury, llu .b'a i 1e'x, .the winch lie mlchiglmttO s-how to all comerThis -*. 'I The orders drnnn on the County Treasurer \ nt-ii 'preuarvtl to tlo all niannc rrJ Yin .
of the I. O..T. Line about the! matter -Thl' faro by fteamer from New York tofOnvilie lam- ..
: construction of this narrow gauge railway i- a perfect and mus'i-tri; shtvldockalw.it ami paid piir and up Jo the! f iir-t of Sjptcm- .r ( ILL- been rxducod to 2:1-al: .. .. and
; la short, he i U determined to .Ho everything j ncr to the t,Johns a di.-tanco. of about tho M/e I.i\ riarbic, plowing on a ?ecdlin'M I btr 1 1ST. am.Mint t-> the sum of ?:JlV, }t 0,7r) >J. a eduction of hvight.-. .

: ia hu }power to render the j ftiper u ne- miles i is aucli: \ under- I I' | Ti-1 received the (" Trcuj Jewelers' and Watch Ma : ;
j oua hUllrCI} not a huge i ;ircelv I aboveix I inelic.iti: ..I'IIII. amount: by 'UlIY :' -1:light or ttn familit from Heading, J
COIity'in' every liousc4 olJ iu the southern j tnkius no to tcarc (,'l'l :in.dt and a inodj i something: of a wonder, although t i have j: urvr at t that time, 'Ht"UI'III'-IIU! of 8'Jf. >j'lI..I.? I. 1'a.. have s-ettled on t.'ry-tal river and more I .I.I.I I \VOKKVA {.\ _._ _ _

1-- portion of the Stale. Jut r=o :OII as circumstances -j crate man." TIl people generally of all claxCo hl'\nlllt'lI lew similar: oecun-netv. I I The\! further liiul! that the Hoard of County! arc expected for: the saute place. 'TOCK. ;1 \' r
V V imile atteittluiltO our
: will justitit; "i1Lbe' i issue*] as n socm to,have soui j appreciation of the !cuI Oi: the laorning of 1 ISth! 1 mi-t. t the s-mall: I'I ('. mmi.--5oiers: hav-i iviluceil the* avjs..n.nt -'\'\,.)- .: has cstabli"hed quarantine I 1':111I1..1I.. :;. tiecWTy-; .. .

L : semi-weekly! and with the encouraging I'rl'ls- I dii which would accrue ir.}:u i tis coi-truc- crowd (five iu! uunJ r) proceeded .\tit liwartl, ) of th> County tax fur the! present year otic1 :tg-.tiut't; Uio Jaeinowins: to the repurtetlpiexaleiicu I! .

.t pects.. of a railroad und the .rapid growth in tion to the peniaMiki! portion of ti! Suite, and with a alight rev-iot! c-al.l huvo appropriated 1!f I- half mill on Hie ll.)1l:1r.11.1! have moreover, ofyellowj.uk" there.A C. M. BROWN,

; population of town and country winch ii i j :u:,} -hould tji! .Tefwre not hj..ht.1 :uberiliottock. J, toe old I wagoner's ; in which he t.by tluir t ; ('< oiiomical admini-tr.ition ot the good baker with a capital of three or
t-ong WITH
t sure to follow, a daily paj>er for Tampa i is not, Tliose capitalists from tho North .I I referred to his "-orry team and-heavy load. I county; : nllair-:: during pa-t year reduced theexpenses 1 four liundud in MtuliMin 1 ll'11IarnIl1.1-,-o > the,I.) u A'tirV. lucrativebtiiui..t .*. '

I in our.opiuiou- the very distant future. who have in -utauiutini" 1 m-iirier t,'liiiwl Journeying fouthwuid t with i the grand and I : of the l'lUIIIOlC' thou-aud: dollars, -\ K. Cessna has- l k ays eaj pointcil I'n.t R. WALTER & Co.

I '\f announced iu a few i issues Itu..k'he'l I their williigiic.cs to alt u. lihcrally in beautiful Gulf on our right, with the romantic i( thereby proving thenu'che! tiKcicnt ollicti*, Master: at (:1iu -,'iII('. \ ie-' I Dr. 1'orter removed.

the-present editor took charge, the paper will! biiiliiing th: road 1::.y )ho r.hlln to perj I and 1t1ttriVie ? s-vnery" of the tlat'O ht. !i aw1 1 jneti v\l.; have perfi.rr.ied tb' functions t The uiiuido not like the change.Itn. i WHOLESALE M IMTACTVKKKOK -

;t ( be conducted I in the intxroJs:: of the people I j form all of their pr.-miH'-s in iliis re>j>oct ; I on our left-ridinj o\\r thou.--and-! untilled I of lad! ItHilh an eye single to t the tuieinteiiM -(; I IMward: I Hopkiiha.: .- been :ipj unt- :

. :'i< and to encourage: ; immigration 1 promote the I but they waut to pea wh.-th-.T thi people aie acres of more choice land t tl.:1Ut had I of the people.The nl (Collector torolie. port of .Jad!; vn\'Jlh', inIhTt'e OLOTIIINatNl

t1cvIopnntufthc&atc. It hoped that tIt, I I of )'l[1'. John It. >rot: .whowi ti'Z lIl1l.r ,
really a< much in cnrncvt about wanting: the been }leI to think c''lIt.1l. I found in th.it -ec- tithl'4?! of the Clerk, Suet ilrmlmnt\ I .
i ,'ie'aod iu its colums will I otK'v!; had ('X j:1."I. .
opiuioiu expressed I )
road < thy profc! ri.Il'uhllr11ml'lp Judge have undergone a thou-ugh e\.imin.i-: : i .J
-- : I tion. nut not po.e'5iig a very lai.tI: t ,. ,
'Mifficicut merit of themselves .1 Uu-el ( ;Jlovcr of ti3! Il.-venue _, : S"
riiT- pUt3i to >e I i i. uiuMic-.ionahly: true that : : connecting we we }looking, nioiotagetlyj I ti-ni t1llt.'C11 found to U kept in :i proper 'apt.!
rt e .
dttlthetL from
\1 1tl'im''r'i. !1.1. bei-n
cure for the paper an enthuiii populsi our magnificent: lay with the : !legal .11'1 1 hu.< : like : JOBBERS CLOTHS ADD CiSSfflERE."Rnltimoro .
\ t j 1:1111 I.iii.juiiing'y foragoodco 1 tv rIIt! t than I : : : ios manner.: I !! *, ii I'oittRiid I. )Ie., ami ; .onleixil. rt'l
i support. Tills h is a J>cri6igf ranuxtHrc foi John-; Viver would\ da more towards s-eltling 1 Tlio rccoid ofthcCoui.tr School 1'oanlj '
I any thing 11-e, which v\e found in abundance, command, the \\ ; I IT. ( 1'f f II'II.l.x.1 .
Florida when the old U i bring put ofl'and ths: I and developing South than including t the iutcui.Ieuit; members! atdiTna.uur : ? [d.I .
? I up : FlllriL any 11.!! ('. \vc found: plenty of gra--, and .'attl1.Mk- j < lIpl'l :. L. T. Blake has been >cut to I ,
Dew put on, and therefore requires on tlu t' oilier lite: that could l lI be !! ul-o been t'x:1I1iut..l11.1 I It : "
enterprise projected. 1, i ing wc'l, but one tjiing was notieeabL: *-the f ::n! fill the vacancy in tIme Mtlhddi-t; Church at I TIlUl'l tt.IItI <\ T> ,Ivr.

part of her press, life nod viur.Vc haL :I j I would open up th:1 interi.>r region of the :! _\oug cattle were ron-pictious only tiy their. i 1 found (correct and all t their di-bimemcnt-' Talhihiec-tan-lit by the Kcv. Mr.I Fiu- 1-, itcvi. iiforning."-

iuteutionally oifend ua-;nan, Out the fear o:fJ i] pcninMila the IK--I, adr.ptv.tl; tn !.mi-tropical I 1 1 abpenee" thu! al'ording! proof undeniabletb.iti ;1 lawful and ..:.sitifactory.j hilt uik joiui-ig: the Uefornvd t 1'pi i 'topalChurch. I Think of your in

doing EO will not restrain us from peaking (>u!L and trpet1 fruit which, without I '1 Isey : tho Court I Ii'U-o[ needing MIIIIOi .
i. growing: ; i I young cattle die!i in thatui will ain all other I j cBaber Saloon

ii whenever the public iuert.in, our opinion I such means of tran.-ponation, mu-t nccoMrily i ranges th:'.t. bofiler on the coa-t. i ripair: ; t that till cupola !leaks 1 a< to (':\-(' -Capt. Kada:: has bern to Jack-niiville: ,

i. demand. I remain ,'oll.arlinlxnlth..'.*3 for an I It will be remenibeied that the'! belt of. ;i ei'ii ideniblo damage to the TltralIH.rtilll of. examining; the bar: at the nvnith of St. ..1,11111"I rXIJl'U JI.I SOX 1C HAL1

; .A -- imlcfinitc uch I \ that tl.e lt1' noilh u-ed I rival', w'tii a yaw \1' de jv-ning the. j-'iintv:. pri>' Nil \,'1\(;. SHAMmviNtJ. HA IK CtTTIN:
p ft1tr ? ; tjin i'n i the building ; \\ .L room
Our )lnU.XccOIOIi.tt.! I tilI".n ni r\r-I country ipiotion a narrowIa penin-u- :' i.11t1 I 1 t'i_ .1igit'.5 gL..i1 al.II'I'r"rn: t "u. nll.1 l>I\I: tN'> ft; ho I*\T}*T tTYLE. Ita.ttt.t
t t .< The people throughout S. uth FloriJ.x! stand JV'SOS. : lying b'tv.iMi th'ltu1flwl; t t.e! Miakkalliver : :i< :a Tonn I Uill I: has 111'\11 occupud from time \ nvtfttUT solicit OiiRonKiis thto public"p.tt-
witiio-es in
M'wirc! the
firoMi )U. I' of
one ran doubt hut that Ttm1awould time 1 t tiavcllicjr -bowmen, juggler*, ne I -. vtlA*. .\. l r.n"",
no I from C I'Jmile lit by ?
Fill. : the width! oC wloil'hlIil':5 t to
t in great nut of better mnil fadlitinll in I tI: ,' An\her traud,I cuntr.-t t of la,: clt'l hun. Wl-I )tftre1m 'J-. I.m.SH .-
I I come placets! certain changes a* to route* anTI l IKS )largely I K'njitted in a lni-inw i I --. owing to the it regularity i ot.t 11..' 'ol"l.,, J| lhlHik1'mh."- '('.; th.it the \\aL! >, duois nnd I -hot and) kllh..II"'l..ud .\.'her r by; W.J. I TnP1II'i -

ticth6 4 carrying would be of great advantage. point of view t by being the western' tcrnv.nin: j jof ami (the tJh:1J,1"iiI;;igs Ilf i i tiie! River, :.;: i 5-' 1: window 'nre very often/ dumig"d: : and that t 1 Dalton. Tbe coror.ei's .Ekr\. tendered 1 1'r.- ] 'l'i 11"8Sale' ;

the road. With tha iu -aid: ;' of being I i twciipitd I I. i is; 1 d'titl t hmoiimiiiI.it etrlf I ll'k-a. < ,
I In the tint place. \vcukly, mail tervicc (!:cn.lent.f about forty mil,, in length, extending from room oy :>mi so : .1.1I
-c-- cyn tnivtien and Id i! Charlotte I Harbor noith-ward. Thl're1'.' but .11 ::rly :\h\ty. left incumhi-tcd)! v.iih! 1>'11.,11'',,, I I'l > Y VI I UTlK. ,f the :, lu.riir. vi-..,1 in *w ltv. .
C. of tin
: :Mr. rr ideiit
J"'lulti.m I
K by steam, touching at various point CIlbt C.wIrhigtoM.: ) ..'"...Ia..n 1"-I".I..nl! "f anil mnlcr! tlM> Mal ,>f ,
t- alot'g- the coast between thia place and Key begin to tbw 5 i. : .) it i,, to predict that \ few tul1i1i; living on this-poniii-ula, allh/ngi, : 1 Sf're'n" atiil I tilth I t and u I they \\nuld I eans'Mlv i I I Fiovida I FiMit L'tuUvTa.* AJ 1'J' i.ui'in: : annount tlio t'j 1 .'lIil' '..ut Hr )t.au.mh.II.)% tar Fl.riniurvin '

t-( in le.s than live years .uM be! :t theri* is rwm fur more. AaontlueMttlers : : I' >.',)!.IJI.I! tliat! i the u-e of that room IH: t 4..'- that tinnieotiag lit Ih.11:1111..11; to Inj ,' | \i.ti\ \\ lli.pn M. lAtlniti-li i i-t ),laint'll: anal 1
\Vcst is many
.highly important. The eat regions with :111w below I I-1I.h "..> be t-ucli 'j held! :at I ;JainouUr, .\ i'ril >tii, l.is been 1mut.. tt--r .. I'a-l'r .f.bnf.
city population any. I I tiotieed t the fevercem tnbe ( ptrp l'Xl'1'11I11 I 'I t
of Manatee and Monroe counties are : orange I UOth.I.lVKOvK. t \ill .tI, r for! ,.aLt'I j'uMi- outcry in (runt of
settling and -hould be pN\'ilctll that of any' other\ place in the SlI may I giving way t to thaf! : poihaps, moro/ i'atal: ep-. 1 I. :ttrms and ('ollllillOtlSt.iII: i ill.-lIr e it-. heinp. poiud bI.ril j t:... \".",tt 11..11. ,b.r in 'l'.iU11'Jlin l'Uu b. '
: rapidly up, I. I .: : March !*.-Saiiiiul ( ;..h\ill j t' -ir; >tv I'lori-t.i! asti Mun.l.iv! 'iImy Uli 1H7H withiulh ;
l 1' ', 1 1 I
.. with mail facilities. s-afely I stated that if :mpa w.n to ( '1' ill'mith! lemon t fever. It i iaid that nut abu-td I : 1 and I. i its Ijeingleit! in proper con colored, wi- hung heie -d.iv at 1 o'clock 1.\\f 1 of .iIe. uio fs.ltuwjngtle.eiitiLI' "1

,Two Pout Offices arc needed on the cast side tribute fifty thousand! dollars towards) building Hon. W. K. L-:per i< r.\- ; otie of thc line-t. : slititin.I t for the 1Ill'rla ;Matbew i1"7.lIIan1.,11 I' j'I im.t-!-r i.iLtmtk.t: I, l I'. in un l ting in aul I,rountr uCUitLi't.Li'.lilt .j1' '

this road IK !IUS without expivtati-m I in the \11.111(1 doubt.1 I! The north p-'iih <.f the >ccoid il-K r of tin.i j I ; .
; of? Tampa bay, one at Moody'a tore 'on the n: Icmun proves country ; hue ytar -itu-c. ( M .lwin.ti.1hilnut? 1 a .strujjgle. Ttft.w1i4( .wj -<>-. H r".hip, !) u. rnllC" 19I .
;. Alafia Driver and the other nt the Little Mana of receiving one cent back frojji the road in mmrill lv mrprised to l-.ear that h11'( .. i Court I llmi-e I i-s i'l a d.Uigeroucondition. : an: Over) tw > thin and I pei.ple I vitne-{" I 1'\\. ,'a-l. 'i.fainirj l
There IW the fhr.po! of dividend(I'*, she would find I in the I Ic'mrti Iper ha" his corn crop nu.:le-his t foddei! hoiild !h.. att ndid, to at once. th'! 1.:1n! ; I Thi.f! Ih''l'. tut\n-"il' s. rtflgt 19t.I. '. .
jc tee. two Oiiiccs "
are already on I I" ".it.miuizmg I.' .".n. .
of a fhort lira? that it had been II I Ii it -.utsl i i., '. I fion i\ Tho jnl tlu-y I find so t It rt)1l11..I >.tf.', I' I -. .. .
iur .
the ,western side of this bay, Bay Y>w and gaL iit) \ iiii'ig diy om I -ThIe<: \1 bu.Iiics- of: .\1.III1":1I1 I. j 1.1.' -w. nv, "'' : : 9" 'tng't '19
Point PcnallU. h is \\i .iketninr, ind I The former supplied by a .. ,
weekly. horpc mail around the head of the II! return? in tho enhancement ot ieIt-ttts." so to oiio; who has not been r1'It' to evil I ; ;part cf I the I jailor, to the\ cleaning and I puri- I ,lit il: \ Circuit I tlta.1! I K-ain t.. our re ret. i ij II .i I i t .,-'Hie. :, iMntal.i'iv' J 1.I'f -\\i!1111"\ ,4. tn'I..I.il'' n2 <. ran: 19 1'1'it

Tli'is will aNo to thoso HvrJ. .!' the! 1.\1 *. al-at de-ire t. cal 1 1111!j (:\!..- u the !\ti-t ot't'ii1' j.nuor in.Kibej f i'lio$ ,- .
sipply j | his .d. The lowi-r end of tho I ixiiig ( They : > I! lid. j \\ J J"I t"\\II.I"l' zumg Itf
the latter boat from I I"'lt plant corn .peninuia .
t bayaml by semiweekly: j i ot the (lii I hi. 1 II.: L. Sunim'-riii*. ab-iut.! the lii-,I tll" ..
.1-1. "'.121: :
near the route of the pr. (".ttl :,1 'ni: i ii low :and I ptlwtt i, Oa): :ltltli"I( ji: > !lu water cl'>->,-t ati.iehctl u t to I tlu..' : :11" .
i:A i thU'J e. Now both of thc-e might beup- a hug-hole tl}? rru'rl..- ,.f tU-tVntlant tn ,.atl "
I pllotemi.woeldyiy: t boat jut as t-a> a--. 11lt. road would undoubtedly! mike Tampa 'i! gratiotis Oao) who b.i'evvr seeii t tim liver: |, (('ojirt I 11 I or.;'e and t 1 jail-aid 1 revf.mnsend. I tha 1 ((J\\) ,".It"'I 1''Ullt'JU'j".1.'l: / Jiuntnf. I 11-\.' .u.1 t'o-timti'ti. .11.. tisy,' ,'rui'.tll ".iall' :1

y chief bi.ine8 pl.ic" of South Florida, ami ; 1:1dan(1 its surroundiiigi! can not faio : I the wiiae be 'I'"l.l.w.1! an eat: da (1.I"c! .. -- _. hOt hy l pt.lIlIl.n-" :itt.>riu-y. TVrm of malo, i..tl.
L and the circuit extended to tike in Little : 1"1.. !tt.t t I.a'in f>r Ihl,-.
U. Manatee and Ataun. Sometime ilTce the whole of this, section of the State would j ; notice, a ooaikiil.illlbrity.- ; Tiie I trip; IK. brtt in: is? l'-h'aJ. Sli( h :- have been p 'oiiletor .1 \ gl.l 10 -:1'\:1:11-.1. : : :,.. AyrituftHiitl,I' 1 It Is.A- C1IAI'T. .

we bt iK-netitteil thereby, a.s j it would atfv! >rd an ing about half! complete the lainagain s-et i il:I I I by I the to\\ Li i couiuil. 'l.i-! ihvy! con-idv r i<>s' : I I hum tro.i. your ( ohiTniiid otoei,r- I ShritT.
understand a petition largely signed by the I \\i-11Il1 blind : 5 i. ,. I lfo't 1 .
III.IIh"r 1'11"1'.1 12. lip.Administrator's
-:) much MI that we wvie obliged to tun' I. -i aggers killing : -
aece--ible ninrket fr m'ic'i of the t-anit.n thi 1 _ .
easily pri'hable t. highly iupoiui.t :a a \ me! -uio ; .
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: \ P; ; pie.h g along the bay: (':\ t, and a-king I .:1 hllm'wanll:1\il l< :: behind! what looked! b> and i.nIo:! ill our I Mute: amid for: ;the IK in tit
for:this; bay'coa t aen'ict'.i cut utt to the IH'Mluhirh, at present, cannot bonhipned. i onc'utt IIr(' ipdaj. ). Hut we arriv il sat--.I!;:r 1 i i 11"I'"II IIIl'IIbti"I t tlif-v* would! extend I to till,I I your n.ider* I gi\. a \,':II.Itllat!. 1 kmnv t tj .1 Notice.

I:. In view of all thec" ,5ilerntions I' at home \\ i-l'r, if not better 111\11. than we wvi';. ; water l'Id attatiad I : I to :tiie : "h'.lllOll-l'l j be :a cure fr: i tintcriiMe! di--n-e" vi/ : Ti.r\ :: I .
P.'O.Iepiu.zucnt but so far nothing hasbeen )'l I 'N1'LI' afl"r i1.it,' 1 ."
beard from! it., 'it IiIe4; ; 'Pl'| :" to in that nothing but a culpable before.Miakka. i Tiny \\otd-I! 1 rirtlu-r! rofuaim.'nd: in view itt" the tail I itt the. .will1: Over lii- :i.-j-and! \'. iiia rl-\\'o 1..tIII (ta,1 \'' .her-, :ia .\\.Imini'drat,111'1\-1 uC my II .c ,

-t< _.. 1 I inditl'-rcncc to her own tiiicrc*'" canprevent Sg >' 'K-; : i I the! ELl"th11 during the pa-t: lour years .-_ -l.arp j l.uiie i 1'1:1 aci"<*s Iroiu hair to J.air t > t. o ..f LI. \; .I.I0\.n.! Mtic! I llnu.ll.li I 'it.3E t
XC\\ Settlers. Manati-e.co. Fla. i \-1 lln ltt." in I the t.id ab>.iii tl>ivc inebe.- f.on: .lii'lin-i't I'r..,;.- ..f I llUi-l I .'n>tii'li t'1II1,1'1.... for
r- 'IV.r.ipu fn'm M-iiing tii--- prctviit op-1! j jV ual Con it 1 HoiistM 1 !have been tI.tl'lIy..1IY.l \ ,
1 llie 'iimnl 'iil.n.nl.. ,
rtH.f of time mil. : td: l I,' wi'l' I bvli in at :u Alt |l..r..n iiitrrvHtttl,
'I 3A* mo'iuj what n wouderful\ iniluence the : to make In tl m..-t important \ 11i" it'V I! fire in thi I State that I tho I Commisiom I .,. i'caK.l.tV! Iw'tuo. '
k portunity 1..1. ; ] t Comity! ; t t\\ ; liom. .1. i- .Jo. ..-. -.1.I ; 'I .;,: ('I.itafin" ( !_ -_.
ik therjcctet1roatI cat i is,ha'il1gIn'hl) we ', city hi tho :Int WecanuMly b.'c<.cli 1..1 i iI i ii :MI'nirtiu : !, 'rs take! dcps to huu the Court I HoucitifUivd : ..1"I' \ \\'t. I Isr II ,\ .. B. ltirtfltcD..

may state that h.uieteais! are being taken up i uiisfii* to l'ud'I:1: \ consider their intcre-'tf, I' V 0 Will you pit a-e i.iform! PIC : in some i\*|>->n-ilile, comp.mv t for Mil i-h h : _a ___ .,= ..... I, j:Hi ii>t.*. 'T.s--Sw A.Uu'r.

with unprecedented rapidity nil along thesupposed j I mill\ not let H> 1 ,'nrI'tt' "Ilorlulit\' "hit i i.<, that t with all the tneo'.iiaging: immigration aunt..tat K- they I in t tluir j judguuutt.! may 'Id"l'm NEW., ADVL'ltTISEMENTS.: -" -- '-
L1te. In the vicinity -of Rich t.1 beloved 'i _. ., ,"T.\.H P.P.CI': 'ieiiiv ANt ST.
1- ro
advance 1 their material inleri UI I I 1 I'J,( j to our city, Tampa, l.4. I -
- J- laud pond, 12 miles out, where few months and with all the improvuiuit.-:: that have; I information \Wanted i JOHN'S UAILIUA1>.
the State j jbein It.l'il.1 I
J ulimpl"l I I I In m cc-iielu-ion i t: t!aIh."il't O to tejuler: /*. rln ; .
1\1 >'il 1 H iy r >nct rut
ago there was a considerable quantity of unnppmpnated r made: within the l.tt t four \eatv, that thanks I Honor > tU> Hlifi\.il-uiii, uf.\Tt'o T i II I '1I.'IT: r. .
I t to yiv.ir: on beh.ill not only) of ; Vr.t. In. ,...*. Tiie .-..I..f! tin State ui -'Iurid.
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lands !lauds ,\ inn "r Trilmno. .i : I .\N. \\livii I I.Iturrom! : in Milt.j n'I"
no vacant arc now of title lltI Uailroa l lheie .11lit. ,
.rc'iat tl witne our are uppo-vd a ; 11I.1 l iu ll.o
r -'II.Itc tn.t
j : of :their! "body but of the citi/en ot tlic j I II. iii I lii... !"ill' I.i. -a .. : AiuU\. did t.'U.I'
to be had, having l,con taken) up by immigrants We hIke the liberty of pubU-hing the fol- i ? ] )-j but thci-e tnetniraging impiove-i, ati-l \I.h'llIht-! 1111 i.\. niMii: in;ii tltU(1"1'o>.al i.- I h.: ,. i-utitli.l. .\n a..u ""IIJ\'i.v 3 Ci"lIl'ra1 l.a v
"'0111t !Jargv: f for the \'t ry'i.ll'lt dterminaiioii t | Urc-t t .. -- '; '1.l1in' cr t.ir tin- h.v'urjlt'l'l\i.n .f K.iilro-vU
from TfinfeM an il.litj.lu uf! I the appreciation of I ment.s! : u.w th' \tieme I nec(>-iLV Id'lla\:ig a Ufir.ou.\; : l;, t. j ..-.1 11111| ] and Caaalu"ji.t
of the the intir1 : ni..mxvl lUih .
l IVIiriury
i| : I court to promote tf \... | \. I). 1 74.
If such are the results from the mere pr.i- this: i : per by tho\leading men of Suit FIJr.\\ llailroad 1: to come here ? It I t will in r"\-l '1 of the not Ollh} due admiii- O.I.Nut : '. (::1. i r.ii.l .' U.i:nr in ( .initri.uim aiul after its i a- .*
people ; \ :a
ci pect: of the early construction ol the road. J I itla. l :i. F. .\. Ihn.lry is too !known I Ii lalwir and iai-.- and yet wune .le : ice.IiirKi.p.Y :II11"'\'. r:: :1founli" .i.1:1IIf. Jniiuary: .\. U. 1st/
II wel wage- p oj -trt.Ii1; ; ttt fja.-.licc. hut in: *]'* < ding the! ) I Ml-l t I l.w \ ill" III :\ir -v ;n.l 1 n.i ;i-.K-J t flu I > lntu -
what, may we expect after i its construction is i i to rxpiiru our telling die lulJli.\\ Ill he u : I hay we don't v\aiit a 1 Kailroail: I to como to i inoot' the ( ul\l't. Their: thanks: are 1.11.-1 : ; : Nunrv 110.! .lIi" M..i 1'IIII11.:11\ ( : t' '1',11.._' .':11' 4 .;' > !.r u'unto M tu-il, l.v tlu-ir in-

cClDlnwcoLl11. .\ from Lore t.) the :t.. i ]*l>llliSfM.AXI) TjUIit'N'K, I Tampa, and whore tiny gitjlieir' rets'n lVon i I i!t |' .- 1:111'1'i i.u-c- wiilo-i-i'ie I; m tl.mtttr.m4Imimiin. ti ii t i.tU.lt 'l4Ii.ii'lt. 1..1r"r tilt" 1"lrt""" ,4 1'IIUJ-
diii" r.nd tendered th:1 .\\ ing. .
( to ll 'jtil'ill' sttamijmm ,
I : duly / : t- { .t the IOMII In ,tlut I'u-v! in lull ; :.1 q.iraliitg_ &n.1
I \ Arc n iti.vrl.ili.lili..n J'\11.
Johns will become oue dense populat'-d t'out) 1)arir, Iditknw. I How | .hmtg nil I.
what ; are we to h' right-. _
.1 Ii. export fi' hi 1 I .u.t| all.1'! .. l'rh'il"Jt'JI frminImt.c' Im,1
ttst'iV: r < |l.r"1I1.tlll11 attention: ;w |1'1o'ril.II.iv i.iu. \ r !tt.i.4 j
and the jieuinMilaullinitcruponacarcfr t..I.l.. .u 1.-_ _. .. ... I ..1., I.: .1. :11\111 within lliv n'11..m"' lumu ln-in; I li.I.limit.a! "rl riitr.ii,1. iu il4 ''..r.rafl'"n'l' au.1
; tl 1 I I orairiesuri I nut ;; iit ;.1llilltiv .
pleafiad'JJl I, sub.-criplioa f for U ;ears. 1 1iioiit 10111I'nlllll'T. : vegeiauieuui t lla.IH'lI'Ii1\ commend I him a> :reliable,, able! i ii I I ,'tIl.lili"II.11.1 i I unv :' .".1.11' (1 o.tij..umv. ,Inl'n.t. Jln'I'IILhc notice
that will bo ul\t\.d! iu the hi t"'I'-.r JCJMMIm>t I'c _
t. of prosperity a < I, fn..mlr the date of 'my' :lhl'rirli.a.1 t tI ( cvtry poor man can r;i-l', and will I luakethtir ;i and I dli,' cIt otlieer: ; :mllla.1111l I : 1 ll 11.\o.t.1 'IUlI'[ |'- lUg Midi tho Oi.liii.u'uv$ j"11.\ ui-t.:' I will "'"f, ilittitI.1 .. .!.. ,Id I.,.r\\t Illl |U LuiJ.l, 'Iil\ .
of the Stale, A tide of iinmigratinii : .. dn-atti 1' ..m.t: t Orilinaii 1":1111:1111.11I1.1:: ..inrato a lino of
) rul"If"tu
tory i but that I i in t : i labor more valuable: to them and vetsome ;11 -.1I fur i I atii -ii t' am (on-idcrably: i thy, would :0.,1t.1 l for tlieir
:1 put 1Il: ill ho
n.al'1 I I Ii ( tinMit .i>r t,> t'littaltitli avmnlinj t.. f.tw: ] dummy inniUln.roiigli I aiul State of Klorita _
will flow into Hill-borough, Polk and Orange i i!\iith I'Ua-e the of tlu'm will v\e ,11'II'tlIt% a Iail.I : !- ; I 1 la.1| !
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)"l'lt j>aptr. paro'l i ay i l'.iilil'Mr.!!: Livingstonas the U''t IktiIiFthmat! \ .1. \I. ('.\.IIIt'\IT.: : rtiniiii.> tUn.v iu an ra-U-rlv, ,ilirevtii.ii
counties that will soon change the ficc of 1| and \> >,-udjour it i- ,. I t I...v rwk l in the ..f
I Ta it l'ull.I1:1le
:\a l'a1'r\ vie load to t.ome: to lIla. And why i is i idon't thi- I ioiildhe 1 I II :tl.rli.mLt' : vonnty aiitv,:'tI.
L nature and convert the will \\L h- iuto productive -' thc i".i,1..H 1hlc of the hIutlIJl,1. 01\\I : 1..1It1I'kIt' inform: ,'. I t bixly' ever hul. a.good a 'one a< 1':11111'1.; ia. .\l'l U lld.(; 1--;... t Iw I atlwiuv|; .r.ht.-h'rl |.. ?'???., with ,v.ali0-|
Y !: 'r\'t.. ; m :appointed to attend any other grand jury. __ t'li tl" Iin'r: St.y..lui intlo :,r..r4:1i.111.11'| 'M
I fields and blooming orange provi I I' A. Ii.Muv. 1 am ) isSr.r that the be I NOiice.BY r"'lui..1| l- tho jriu-ral a-t,.f iiuvmor.iiinix fur ,ttiil'
4 i 'Huy irituvst| |>ie-'iitiiulit j ji ( \ I
These will Iw realities and nut I'url''nal'h'tl ::1" r..r\-4til.
things soon
t w Ft. Myor-, Fla.Uy : Tilt: .llalr.; i placed: ill) tile iu time Coin t t. :and :\ I In U-.!tliIiit) \ 1"'I'I'I.f.1't" l.axc
: copy thiereot'I VlUrrif I I: mi on kr i.i i lli l 1 Hnii. I I I licri-nnto tit
the dream of the enthusiast.i Our mild climate its i iue of the I ll'ih in-t. we learn thata The above Kttcr i ifioin one ildltiti,11ith l !II.l furni-litil the -l' I.'SII u Tiiui'si: I: t r puliI I'I I 'I11I..Io..IJ. .Ju'Ju'V! "1"llio! t i ir.nii t.iri! "I't I 11.1.1 I I -- .. 1. I..i11,1 ...I!, ij.a .nth ( :w ,vf Jauuarv .V_.our 1 I'.

, E and wide scope of productionare becoming I change has taken place! in its editorial department the laboring men of the country, and the Heat U-r.-iijili oKiniv. 1 will, .-ii M I 1. p.U.-.Jiln- i,11t| t..IIII'C .
I T. F
> ,1..I! :.\', 1 '7S, K'U>rc the ( t.m4t it'u I. r appreciated! throughout the length by which I Dr. .1. 1 1' Wall, a.lIl1h.ti I only ITI'''' weaii c'I I I for oppo-itiou "ill the | W. I 1'. I IIi\ri I I: iI i; '!llir town <rin \ ,I. T. < .xui'Kxrnt: : .1 LII.!

F and breadth of the Union, and it is as utterly i t the |H>>iti E the flow of illIUimtioll !' atltr and 1 ibitiv:! of I Dr. Wall), arc MI \\i-l! I I j !,. tlu-hcir- a4 I"r.Ulti..I.I'\\ l the I.; ,if WH.: I lIL-1emL.-4 \\1 1-.
I impossible to flop as I knowji iu the Stale that thi aanouncemenlMifiices ; I the one 1111..iJ: surveyed ithe want ofI I William C. 1'iown Clerk of the Circuit i j I I tnc N i K: } iif Sti-tin-i: 21. 'ttoi u-liiji 2y I. Suuth ,.1| .1. i.. I X.\I'I'. .' ( e
mouth of the M[Ii-i.i
would 1 be lu1the \V.
4J !it to as an a--urance of the aI11,1\ MICce I common f''IIIo:111.1- a total} ah-cncc of public ; Court in and f for: I Hill-borough I {county hereby |j I 1.ltIg.. :tl Ell-I: ;".llh.. \V i of the Nfiuii'l. \\' ,..id'- ".\ t'. n.1 1:1IU\\: '.. .pect Pros1. .'
{ j ippriTeT. i. ( 1.' '1'iiti n-lo i'9 1 N uth I ul" "t 1 lla ;\ 4 .
_. r -,fnl I'onduet! of that bra'ich. of tlic} Trilninr'-* I' pi'irit. It i is aid that) : .volt cannot! le-arn old, 'eeitity that I the foregoing i< a true copv of ]!!I T 'rell.l'lI.h-I'I, ( 11'[] _,., :.-,- in |t.avf.r'liarj titKt.April -. .t l':. It I'UIi'L'k. for lt.. '.'

SSST The Postal excursion from \Va-hing- managementliicli inuder! his ''llutn.I.\\ hor; *I' new pace>, and( therefore inopliuaae! : the general }presentment tit.the ( ;raud .Jury J. .'I. I'AlllCVKi t ('llImi-.i""I'r. U.1'1I1&11'"L1.IX l 1- UANK: .. ,or fer. .i.. -

l. of }'. M. Gvoeral : We gladly wtleoiiiu him ;u a (:)- : cti'-tomed to convenience-- of .brim I for; the i Spring Term of 1 7-S, t for said I countv.WM. fait ;'. U I II. It: :, -"- '* ".
ton to Havana, cousUtiug i -- liii i _. __ __ ____ _ _ I'NJ.MIK, mp1oyment.- .'._
the cditoiial field and f feel a..II1'l that time
C. I
Key, the Ajselstant 1'. M. lenenil lirady j Tribune' p.xtroiivull ilo the -ame.- I times can hardly be expected to appreciate Cleik.ioing Not ice. .J.niN I.1.1. .,,houlJ be ,

't.. (Senator Conover and othrr distinguished gcutlcmeu the (m:1f. l111 what would really be for jlmtitowit good. .. --.-. .- --- -T '-a j ,tcll ot the

'% to be present nt the opening of the Such a compliment a<- the above from a I Happily however tr: the pro.-peiity of the ( to r.uropc. I". S. I.VXI 1( O1TUT:, ) '. owner nnd

fast mail service to 1I2"aun"a'S to have left Nettor of the prcas cannot fail to be highlyappnviatcd State as well as South Florida thioppoi- I :Mr.1 William: Astor left IH'l'ck for XeYoik. \\ ti; UM M-ireiii-V>VII.i .:., l'i.\IsTs-.j}[ .\. B. 1\1'1 'I mPlcle. that

for Cedar Keys last Wednesday.It I by 11-, though we feat that it 'x- tion does not amount to a row .f pin-. Jle L \\ ill lea\ethat \1"ll'l about thelotliof (Viiipl.iinl li.uin; liveiiviitornlnttl.il OIHiv 1 liv ,,'stwhielt U'Givescruba

i U to be. hope l that ScnaUir Conovcr 1 --. I May, for Kuiope, as l.\11I11I"lur\ of :. )Ll. MiH t "iy, n/-.iin-i .i.1.111I I l'iuli.iniu: fur
ccc Ls our demttrt. 4 v:3pt.Eads'report: on the St. John- a Muadron yf eight: yacht-, including his own nlJluHlollill l : Iii4 1 Ih.imvlf.i'l I'.niry: Ni. :T''S, ,l. Uit
the of the 1 M.
will avail himself presence ; magnificent \'. d.! theAmba-.eadri'>. Tlue _l.inti.try (Jilt. 1-7ii;, u|''n the X i i-f S I K: !tIU'J' i'1.
-The lost i i.-ue of the Sunlund Triiene ?
General in this State to urge on, him the im bar i* very intenvting .1.I'l\m"III. and coming .-pl"'lHlillI'l'l.illll'1S of Ameiiean naval architecture X K: | bveliuii( t>, Tunitii! | ;o Sntili. UingtILt >o I <

t of increused and better mail facilities Tampa, annoiuiecj a (.hangc iu the I'uinagelucnl from a man thoroughly po-ted! in hvdrographie I will compete ill the' international regatta llill-Iioriiiig'i I County, I'l.i, m. tilt u view 10Illl.I.ItIII.ui"JI ""nnutigatcd world
t portance of that pap-T. Mr.[ C. N. Hawkinl ->, uf Mtntn* : tlio nai,l |artic are L :ie
t for South Florida, coastwise and other l lAte pn>priotor, liasild! out bis inure-tto engineering bound to carry conviction : to occur during t the J'arw KxpoMiioii lu-rdy Mininioiicil to api) \-ar UII the till Jay itt l May, I \ b. It is

.. the 'J 1b4I1111hiiig Compatiy! ,.' Hltllll'rl' a; to the fea-ibility of the ob.-t\ ructions I anil will attract general nllmimtiull.-J'k. I 7;>, at 10 u'tlork .\. t1.. to rci|' >u.l aiul" t'urniiitotiiuuiiv I hat the
._._. after the Tribune; will be oonmtctod under at the mouth of that important ft ream l ciiigovercome. ,I ". ,it'ilk OJ/'rr''l''III.///(( .Sir. .\'.,(.*. I Ij i t't'lw\'fuing* naid, alUytil' aUnuloiiiuvnl, Boot and Shoe Ma .
U-lorc \\ in. ( llrowu: 1 Fi.q., CIvrk l'C Circuit Court.
:. Thc Next Convention. the auspices of that corpoiyrtiou. The TVilunt improvement is a public neccs.ity ; We are inforined that Capt. William Kendrick 1'111':1, FJori.l.I. .

Now don't all but we has heretofore been lf'rn..lIy esteemed -' : j i- I Itor I J. Ht. i"hr.I. '
-. peak :1L.oncl', put and it i hopiil that our mem ben.* of p>ing to .accompany Commodore \l.EF. '
11 iu i dnim a* the place for holding the as one of the 1)ct |'Kihr iu Florida and I: A- ahis gueit his ';'s 4w J.\_ :. "Sl.I.: I.in-r. TTKRKhY'notlfiw: : UieViWIc titb.has
;. Tampa'B we arc glad to learn: that Mr. Hawkins- "ongress will be instant iu M't-ou mill out of on magnifietiiit yacht --- --- XJL lUhnl a SUOK: SUUl\. the MMOOIC but

Democratic 'Convention for the First' Congressional ,parture (from the State will not necessitate season to get the means: provided bv Congress I Ambassadress, and exhibit himaclf at the JSToticeSIX hug, nml in luvrarfd |.i-co..o du all work a. bin line wt1&lwatnei.d

1i 'District this summer. Considering Its 6Uptl1*ion.1'CIIIJrolatdl'allC't.. for its consummation. Jacksonville has I 1 1'arU Kxpo>ition as the very be ot sj>eeinieni .) "- \ .,J 'I., I-.. J iooL!i\ Tampa auJ, Fl&dt,*Jan.. .th 19th: 1877. _

4 n i South"Florida's' heavy Democratic ;vote, ., exhibited great public spirit and) cntcrpri-e i lor the genuine FIlrila'Crlckt'r." IJy gar MONTHS( and' roueluTi after Jate It. the I will)J 1011.ptvfnt K.: M. Oralian'ouiity niv tic I : : !: ;

4fl it1s-thi gut fair that the Conventionbejjcldinthw Jacksonville"" htbree tickets in the I what will! mon.-5eur thiuk of him ? ch ( J of .*
in availing hcrs-clf of the ekill of this now famous huge Manatet*.( >iiiiv for a tiiul tUeIlirut Ii '1I0tt'F. Lun SALz.-T tb
section of' tho State field for Mayor ami Aldermen-Luther I ,.f the ,."t1t,. of Villi.lUl fa'rlton Jix-M anti \ AlfD roa .
1J1o014 -I- IIII i\\ .L.r4-\:
1 engineer to j-cewhat can be done to improve be city ofTa"n>. House l| nri" and
..1 a- < -- -' ._----i-- McConihe head the Democratic ticket- -Xeirroes are ineligible to the Iowa Igis Ji'Hhargv.l tlu-n from. :a'1ft 6"10&11.; Unit 2J} acn-s 1 acftt'lnrI
? -Alashl|!me t'or peas from; "Lakef Peter Jones, the Republican and J. II. Ab- her commercial f.tehhitkt.Ve will j I hiture: !tin; mo-t bigoted I I Kopublican I l State ini 11. I- ':trht&in, I f1 r. (.l nn l f.IHX), anti| planted with 100
: Ofr, 1-jQ r btjshcl .iaNewr York. Cit.izeiu' Union, for Mayor. want the Captain down heie befotc al irtivi. i the Union. )AKIH. 'f"r I K.: .\. (lrl"n.1'. )' in fit.77 1 airnngt- tns 2ycar i>IJ an>l npwanU. For full par-

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t THE SUNLAND TRIBUNE.. FnlG utl .Miller & Henderson Circuit Court. WM. C. lluowx, Jon R. \\"U\ULE\. U. S. lV.IAIL'
are j JJJ'ifin of'Canned Peaches Com .
--- receipt The court wa quite buy all of last ,neck, yY'g

j,'JTAMPA; ; APRIL 6. 1878. Toctatoes, Strawberries, Lobsters, Salmon, principally engaged l in trying criminnK The Brown & WI n eLAND --
: ;Milk,Cheese, Bacon, Flour, Meal, Grits, white
Bletliodittt- t'C1u1rc11.Pmcm.ia ---.- -- --- Corn, Hay, Sugar & Which they offer at State Attorney, S. M. Fparkinan R"'] ., Mii+,'l"I. I ':L: "f.r., -'..:

bottom prices. Wall & Will nUll Monrs. Magbcc[ ; A Ciow- < ""'!f.. _.

Every Sabbath at 11 A M tfc advr.-ItThe fon were the lawyer in attendance :Mr. AGENTS, : .1. .

7PM.SABBATH. l'uktU1\n': id l oUi an able l lawyer nUll n 1'Uc'I8flll .

"' SCHOOL f3 P :MPnirE .. 1)($. County Commissioners! for this ('( prosecutor, as the following trawl T.1 J11'.1, PLO RIP.1.- Jf I .. :tr. ,( ,
-MEisrtid county met last TueMlay and held a two .. .
(; Evcrj' Tuesday nigbt. tohll'\ ,

...' "II k n t J. J. SEAI.I.Yl'*...tur. 'I I day f es;, ion. The principal buMuew! before Circuit Court t for HilMnmnigli ,VII.I. fin' "p''C.ia1 ntteniinn to all lm,inc-n > : .
-- : them way that of auditing accounts against county ; | (\'. l in luejr hand .in il],c line nf 11I".it'r Ue.k
"s i atioitJ Judge II. L. Mrrviir.! presiding.State atidM'llIhI. UKAL IXPATi:; LtCATtNltllti.-) ; : (! .:., .
In the Pott! Office, the "Ount A t'OlIIl1Iittt'WM l !,
< to
I I appointed
) ] r4. (Jeorgc Hidnnond l and Jacob Siin- :S'ri-:.Il'sund: l'iflMl'1'.ONmaking: : : : ) "Ilril."ft'T.Tt ..;; ., .. ...,'.tt''I'.r .
z1i4Flaa? Croiu Nov. 2Gth 1877. I eonfc-r with a similar committee on the part : LAN I.II"c', : ., 'V4-: in llilUUirvMigh mid the .. ?o -. .. .
1 mums for larceny venliit guilty .sonteiK-cs, ; .. .J.
roe.rlirK7.rrivoTlrtmc&Snnlav : ; ; adjuihulganunic. :SjKii.il refervnec given
of Polk.couuty t to a direct; road between .
k .. taalutrc'w ** A C P.M.Thurntlay : open each sixty impri-onment in'County. jail, .. | -JO-if.. .
8'1'1] I FW M 13 i. [K .1 L Y SETITTOE.
and Bartow. -
Tampa Road ---- ..
t, *' ." ,;.Ga1u mo" ,6 A.M. comml-sioncrs and labor Mute Attanu-y for State'alleC ) .. .. ":.r: "
\J > ',;Uear Water14 Katurda! 6 r.at. were appointed for each voting precinct to TAMPA HOTEL ;.. A...
I .l""Cret'k to W .& *:&tnnlAY'. 1 12 x.I 'take Willis f for Kiduuon.i. r ....
charge of the repairs of the roads.
I ... __ Plat Uuhd.L&Saturday 4 r.M. Suite .. Edwnrtl'l'ucler for intoa -
r breaking
I .59 Keys closes Friday: & Mon. GA.i >I.Ii. "r it 111 I) nT! "J lo ii11II1S (} n. TO i '
e }\C .N. \N Aint FACT. That W. in the time A'c. verdict ..
? Manatee & G t.3i. M"iiiNo W. Wall A building) night ; \'
! ; ; t J OalawTUIe .Friday 1UA.w.I (.'">., arc ''wllinj all' Lin-U of UI'OI'f'ril"i1; .1 finall guilty ; sentence, eight year in State j>onitentiary. : -" \-
Clear ater" Friday 7 A.M. ailvmu-c on o--t. J't'i\"p:4l'r every Sli-amrr, 1'lour,
t I, UBLl IU Peace' Creek : \Ved.12: M.'Pinella.1 li.icun. Corn, hay, Mtal, trh! l":1l\n'11 l Fniit< Ao. : State:: r\t1')'. for :'IIIC-: Wall & / IIM'SK: IIAVIXO( ; U-en tularged audJL.
I 'I -. Tue it .Friday (i A.I Kci' ']M on hand full supplies of een'lbnK fntin I ina Willis for defendant.State refurnifhed, i i..* now iu.nK for tlie iteiption u CEDAR KEYS TAMPA' AND
fist clan IIOII-H.
c5. THOMAS .\. ('.lRRLTII, Atlrr It t1*. Charles: ThulIlfor! ; breaking into ( i tI,' I.., f
Vii'' P.M.
Thtr.1- ';;. a building in the night tin.ci'tc.' ; plead guilty; t
-, ,
'- 'Aieek.t1 .___ X IW SHJXS.:-As a matk of improvement, L'ocation-.High, Dry andPleasant. .

11j I. O.force. G. r JLjJROUGH \ it is gratifying to notice that .several nowMgus sentence, live year( in State 1 penitentiary.State KEY WTEST.- :
.\tt)".. for :tnh'-Wdl: & Willis for Taldes 1 ""npplle l with the U..t. .
I. ] have been put up recvutly. Mess'. f ,J. i
: LODGE No. 21
I.jveugreen & Madden, Cabinet makers and Stables in connection with tho House. -
tOuSf r*. 11. O. liranch fur larceny ; verdictnot I). ISAAC j CK.M-T: AKVIUT.uup.1 """,, 'r 4It. ... .. t!' '
,n MCCTINO every .. Furniture dealers, and aim dealerr in Glass, h .l. -1- J .I.-.a.!. .a _. --\f\
A \ a t' 1 I 1J 1 r ;
guilty. State t Atl'y. t for State-Wall A' : : ,
Kiiujr ... dud
\\"i. 7J ; atvj W* Paint+, Oils etc., have put up a sign. The -
.i-iQIC! : Unll. Willis for defendant. Ho I! For Tampa Bay I it
Barber, Mr. Charles Brow, has displayed
If. L. CRANIA State r.*. ..A1'llillI11.1 Mosen.us.Kn, for T. J. COCHRAN. LIZZIE HENDERSON.. i ir
R. S. the stripped pole) ,. \lIcl J finally and List, our I
larceny ; \enlic-t guilty, M-ntcnce one year ,..
-, own handsome vigil painietl b)' that beautiful each iu Statt.: ponitontiary. State .\tt' for Orange Grove Hotel !.cayt: ( V-.hr Ki>*HTl'h>J n iY for Ke Wed Leave (\.l.i-1 Key* SAITKDAY: for Krr.: Wa.,, .-
and Mr.Peterson Arritoat I Kt-v \Vtvt tun'I'lll"lSlIY\ ; ) : .Arrive Key \XMONUAY.>> .
TAMPA AND VICINITY. accomplished painter, August t Mate--Jlngbt'e: : A': Crow.si.u t for dtfendant:
J"j l. Kc'; \\'''.- :Tllt'i'l'.tY: fur tt.J.lr KeyArrive -., I (asst' Key \MONl.tY lYJar Kc)1\
i is inuring to every bo ly to come\ State ix James Hewitt for murder, not at lVil.tr Kvy, C'II :->.\'l l tKI>.\Y. .\rn"" uL lldur lilt 1i un '\ LI'1Sh .tY.:. "
t 13. A new Ferry across the Mafia river, and subscribe fur the SCNI.ANII Tuiuuxi': guilty State: Au')'. t .,-tllc-Wllll:: A: WHINfor TAMPA, FLORIDA Ixay.Yd:ir Kt..n SATt"ll 1:11.Y> for Tai: lM: Leave 'tbr I leytV'1I: )Nt:>IY for Tamps=,
1 tld .'rllllII: t. .\rr \'c at T.iinia i>n :>l"Nl I 0\Y. ,\rrin' al Tanl't) :i hn TIU'15SI!.\Y.
several:: miles above Leslie' ferry, i is to be4ablished Nw STOCK ]x.iTaniM MONDXY\( f., Cvdir Key Lt'lln' Tu:11' l FKID.VY:I fur (',..ur Key*,
r : OP : GOOP, ANP F.OTloxr" ("\ Ci"ill'\-l.-Brmu.h (for tie of brunch: r*. //. I.. rJf.l.Vflv CO., 1-1"/1':1. | '-
eoon, by Mr. John Cnrney.Jfr \ Arrive at Vilar Keys ,m 'ITO.\): I I Arrive at lV.il.ir Kl'\'11 on SATl'KH! V\:
: IL Mupgcv has jut now r firo,l llirr Hanah: : -:Blander, verdict\ not piilty. :Magbeet [
.. hand first shipment of Spring and Summer Hat, >f Ciowsini for I'rll-\\; ", tv Wall for
<, Mujurc ha coivtantly nn :all that ( tln n njlilv. 'ltu\'Uh..1 l nn.l! ii now" 'pen
tow.ntetlu..thg .*tilinery line and will fill unlern the latent and Kt "t\le"-. Al-o KiMonri! .w 'r". deft.Tli" I'I'I"'n rccr;"II..n..1' : t' Northern YUitor. For Freight or 1'a-it'; (having>> excellent! aceoramod.itioruO arplv to the Captains ou

V-ompUJ--.fA: ; Ir. i L'eatlvw!) Tijx, Oniiim.nl, rte. Linen CVlIar and grand jury made! : their. general pre All wh. Mijonrneil; here. 1:t-t *inter w ere delighted.Thi" ; Ik..rd. JIILLI'I.1': I1ENDERSoN.

.ca-.W'e> call' attection to the General ('ufi a in abundApoo.Call seiitment on :Satuiday; : afleinoon' ami l were IiH-.ility i partienlarly. reeoinineniKtl :t< n rcMirt })\.'(". 1,-U: T\mpa.

rjrtacutnicnt: of the Grand Jury of the SpringTermof and K-C !her. Adv. tf discharged! for; the It'rlU. 'Jhegeneial! pie I for lnvalidv -_._- - ... .._ --- -
-- --- --- -
-- sentmont will he found l rlMluie.. Nu piin- "ili"t"- stand to Male: (;iilit tfill at :
'Court for this county, to be found! Wire Fence. Court adjourneil Wedno.sd.ty: morning.AIUI !Inline and t>hifi>rl.l'le.Tnniu .

Jo Another place nice Born & Co. of New Orleans are the | n.i.. Nov., 1i'lh 1 IS 77.
I S&"" The; next regular meeting of the agent* for tha celebrated Barb Fl'n'c"ire Shilllinhlh'1Iit'lw;: :; ,'. -" -.-- --- ---
I x'aic Memorial Society will be held at the which H highly recommended for it cheap- : \'lay.Marro : BENNER & PINK EY Store
Can 1)0 had at iho .rcse
ne>', ease and quickness of For ( ,
residence of;M"- A. S. Juno,Tuesday, AprilDthat3o'loik putting up. : \l.-::. S. VnH.x!! l'ir. (Cajt. J. :M.Kay.Initii : .
t Pastures, Orange groves &c., it i is! jn. .. I'. Ji.J .. thing \Ve \\ili give it a more extended .-.'. :S.-I.' J:(''a'hran! : <'.ij4. I 11.: lUrnmiklf'om : SHIPPING AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS
)1 "*I Circuit' Court convenes in Barton notice iu our mt i"sue. Samples can he C.sl.ir I.I t-%*. CI-IEAJP: 1r0R O..t SH.
;?tea.--'ehr. :S.ir.th ;i.inlm, I'ljrt.Vw.. !n..". ,
: business :
seen at ( re11t JHM-H-J in "
: ;: town. NEW YORK. '-"
Moudu ] Mitchfil
'plkcoiint next
.l ) Judge mall. truth M..nat: ,
ii -and the members of the Bar leave to-day April J-t*. :N T. J. ,N.It,.:.... t'*{*. K U* M'frv I. OU.U STOC1C CONSISTS I OKcolix
e-- The Fruit Growers ( ..
Association: did >in <(< ','.I..r! I K.;... I Il.tT'I' .11..1:1111I..1:4; : ur Cotton Solicited.JO '. ;
:attend)IL I' not meet t last Thursday night in consequence ILl'. ) TIU, Ia'T I'EI.
.,: .,t& Mr:!. JL VhUtingtohls i going; to put of t the! inclemency of the weather The :\1arc'h\O-::, ::. \'t+!ll.-\ ('H>, fa; |". \141 Kay< ft ItefrM: to :\l..r.( ., W. W, Wall A(',.,of Tamp.i FI.IIl'I:, JIE:.\I.. otI11' :- .
l'U.J.f.--: ,
\iljr. Kv 4''CN) ". (;il:1Ts.: :.
ml ;
iU' plae take
oiN notice that the
:t It-: if. A
with .
inlll connection the FTCIT.
np A hhingle cedar :3)Seh will
.mill of >\"t'rug'WiIHall19': : Tile machinery meeting take place: next Thlll"-ciay! ni;:lt! f"r Xi'w t >rlt .. BROTHER"Importers II.VMS:: ONIONS, 'i UL'N'1'K1'1tObUGll' ;
r 11 n< tIH'rl"nrc HUH matters of ii" M>rtaice! to l he (c A RH ART & -Jr' t'tUl' S .4
] April! I.-S:; -ltr. :Sarah:: : liai; t.titr. t :110(. IS.I: iuan, 1:11.: _,Loj. i
has nrrin )l.
,' 1 already attended 0.Vc trust that there will ben r..r liuUIA-t' UJI-TKI: : : ;, t. bTAiiyii: .

!"tt1l' 'vtg*tit The Steamer Valley City, Capt. I). full attendance: -- 1--:0: S.'l'.J, ( !JI'.la. C...; : I K: 1 Ki.\'ni.. i.l. and Wholesale Grocers i' -l.\i.\H; ::,. .
for <(< ',..br!: !Kt-i.... fir., J:fe-., We., ,. '.. -:
: S. McKay't 'art 1 vtel from New Orleans: on ._ Walter ti. .K. >. '1'.I. I J I':. 1 Ka: ininl
b. tt-"t! :) Coachman. MUI of our friend : : e;
week. She left Iat for t; ('r.l.lr hry4. \I o fit slt IVef at the nl.l i stand: every morniat except Sunday :
.. jes>Urday iatunlay Col 1 l.v: Coachman, of BroiiMtn, Fla., ha,< teencauPloverl _' .r ____rerrnar ra.cr.aaenwr.II I Xo- oO and ,i H Park Place, W 1'. LIEN1)ElLSON. : A CO. $
'a Cedar take load of Tenne&sec this Tampa, Ol.t. lhh--J: : '.
Keys to on a as telegraph operator| at place .
, )::\K\ III*"K. .' \ 'ott UOIIV, \1 c.I-.n. ttICF. :
"J LecfcauJe for the Cuba market. on the Tampa and Fort bleat Telegraph NEW YORK. .. ,.. .. tr 't
-- -- -- -- -------- -- -- ---- --
I .- line. The battery LJ now in working order RICE BORN & CO., i :,. :
t.: A Pu"t'OiOcc has been otablMied atb' I hut the operation| of the line is sliiX delayed)

\ LhaQu",; ten mileo cart of Tampa, with Hon. in consequence of the wire being *down inc A.: 'E nstein's5.ons, BENJAMIN & PARCELLU.

L: J, G. Knapp! as 1'. M. The indications ar several pi aces, and which the bad weather of Il11p"rl"I"J4 anti Ih-ier* In

also! Civorable for another lt OtiiocJocaletr'at being r, the preMiit week has prevented being attended l-ultlltN: ; i la)Mi; I:
} Orel between Limona and Cut k to. WIIOI.1I.11IE.1.I': : ) ::tI I IN
: ,
U. S. Wind Engine and Pump Co's. Goods
on the value route. It 'ulIltlleru'l'cl l to rain last: :Mondayni ,

;;:iit and contiuuo l raining almost utiintormpteslly
r FOUND.--::By Sam Fagan, a Iwirof light f for forty hours. !The flrl1ll'ril"1111- BOOTS, SHOES & HATS Consisting of the CVlcbratcdJIALLIDAY >>
r ._ GOLD isrcurxfLBs) : viiich the k&.r I can get to
low -I
laud lx
{ plant on : arc > to ]look
? by ailluig'at this onset, and paving; charg.;. pretty blue over the unfavoiahlc. )prospectsfor AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, .
Sued Jijtffci'icl&ulo{ nut look: HLf tltry it'isfei /u..C( .Stivannah Ga.Div. i
a 1)Wll'I'Up. It I" an ill wind, howe\er, .
c 3 1 71CARKFVL. that don't blow any b i tl ly some ;good, ruin it BUILDERS' HARDWARE, GRATES, &C., I 1 I-1 Rr. WIND I iAIILLSe '0;.
Ih HOW YOU iJHOOT.- Sportsmoi '; has: certainly beeu a capital ti l1e for the + .

-,",'m bear in inii.d that thu Game Law thousands of young orange trees set out during ---'--- wVyi .

,' went jut 7dect.ou! thc J let'In.
\ia rlpdp the .Couuty Coniuii:>ioiujr have the country. The weather was un" -t-( tf t

hodthe same publishe tied Thursday, with a strong! west wind and
rr,. IrgAI.Elw; UNTTTS"
Ot't.innalcuCl of rain. It turned ntf rrwd IRON, NAILS AND HOLLOWARE, ., 4 1

,,.;iousl.r ce) per 8tiur..Cochran. in the ancrntMui, ami Friday morning the "V V.3: --1: A .

'1TT.. Carpenter M. W iggilis; S. 1I Page, thermometer was down tq .W: : F,, with a 'finwrs' :
StUf!, TiH'I* ami/ Jl.u./'I// eIluest'
jf;Ut ) 1,.W. B. Muod,)", C.. h''lJtirL', A. pro-jwct of settled weather. I HARDWARE I I

1SxwuLouf, G. 1. I'. Jz'ulintki, 1' Jlrndv I --- -- _. Fllrlli"/Iil//! (;0.1.., ,

W.-G. Bartholomew ; also the u.-ual: receipts.' -We shall not !soon again; 'litoour young -.\MSTOVES>-
for"ttun.m'm.. moji ''cn'i..it Talllpa.: A )jmrtionof thcni have
entirely lst their hearts, and never tire of TIN AND JAPAN WARE. ,, FARM: PUMPS.I -

: .CA f1:1tO Piano, a fine Ilcp. Parlor Pet t, talking of the pretty girls: there.'e cautioned -

t T\ o Extra lie!KOOIH fx-L-, IOU yarduf ('arl1ctitid them against this evil, but they have .lo. .'.1wtf.ttor tint't'lihfittnlCHARTER I. X. L Feed Mills i /Tanks Rubber Hose Water\ Pipes Points
] ; therlfuuithold gumls, for :Sale, at nut ]heeded our ad\'ice-Key! nf the (lulf.Xow { -:h.1 :- ,
\ MM. EnIlD rtJ' :iilnx ::;torc. !';1rtit'2' wanting ia I young ladies, see what you have \ R OAK STOVES; 1:7'(.'., 1TC., J:TC' :
l .furniture had call
good hotter at ouce, as ue
intend d Wlliug out soon. dono. AIi>! we fear that W- ;:hall have, no /general :i." irtinont "f tin and hirdwarc: of evin Stib-AgentJ wanted ii: each: county to whom li''! oral dNonmts} will bu given.1r r

f t /a --- more ]band UIUMC oouas, the "Isle of the :-x'a"1"1n,1 < Inirns,' Uxri. ",|'in.>!tuiii..., clil.I.KITUMIIO| |Krs. initili: oil tank..,..f,.i.,, l hint water eaGey cin'ltf tin, 1'riceteims, Afc., :.4.'wll'tamp: for cm'ul.ir.! AddresJlIJNJAMIN.VrAKCKLL.:*, 1':
WQ pall iho attention of our ln>ine-. : : .
will not be allowed to come, and our mitt' I'ilH--*, can J.utc. I".tltu: jriiter<,
t ti1.r men to the card of the wholesale dot hing r.jH-..ktiele, t.a-'er, ('.ikolmsi-4, J j.lh'lIIunlI*,dii-t JKIIK, Augi t 11-:"ni": 'far.tpFla.: : .
G house of ilessiv.! It. Walter: Co., Baltimore, own young men-Oh, nothing, only we :tilt Brunch House, .it 07 Mnja/iii! <* Street.ISrov t"iltlM-t) <,elollnV sprinklers j I Ilu\'u,\ egg, l>t'alt r, (patty '- - -, -- -
} lid Mr. C. Jf'Browu, the n'l'n.'CI1t:>tivc of gilt a hand. pan>, walllo: in.II.. i.lii! inilU, l 1'IIII.lin': .t irons .
the house h:11x'C1l in Tampa for the ( ) \'l'au--, I I.l, M.iiu-r: ., w.ittr .I I.d!+, oyster cl li+ifin dNIies tin anti

\ ,'and from an !iMlx>c1 on of his t-unpl pa5truakt -The following; resolution we find juiblihed 'f.uupa: lloriila, AjrilJml!:! 1; 1 r. c.tee!! c'mi'h'r,;O:1".rwc..I.: -. l re.iklt-t e.i-ler-. MCDONOUGU& IJALLANTYNE, fi 1 1

pronounce. them in the Key \\Vt papers, of I the :"Oth; ) 11

:";- :March. Our citizens onljregret! that ('ir'l Roofing and Guttering IRON AND BRASS FOUNDERS, i
t.'Capt. James !\teKa arrived home
,, .' ) cum.-.tance-s at the time of the visit of dl }Done to Order, and all workV.Ittt.tN rlu.:

last Sunday from Tl"I1UCwlu're he had band were not more propitious for a butter MACHIi\lSTS! AND PATTERN MAKERS 11 C
__ been to purchase beef cattle for the Cubamarket. ,
di"'play of ho pitality. t ('.ill JII.I l fxaniimour >l 1..1. 1'(
i \\ notice that he home .
e brought a
At a regular meeting of the Isle of the] Sea Cor. East Broad and Liberty Streets '
fine cow and calf of improved tockt the cow Silver Cornet Baud, it was unaiiinously l ('OI\.l N(: AXI) WAimiNC ST()VIS. : "

lxiug:?A good milker. lie also brought; a 11401,1Thnt we tender to the eitizcn.l I! NEAR ATLANTIC AND GULF RAILROAD DEPOT, ?

,; file horse. of Tamjui our heartfelt thanks for their miooundcd UK \I.I. bl/M .AM: rATTKNs.77.v : .

'.'- : hog I'italit)., and many kiinlnovhhon SA.V-AJSTN-A.: G '
:Latest trimed
r o. Style Fpring' Hats- to collectively and individually during tt'.iiii R/J>> II/U/) AT SIIO/:1' .
82,00\jpwards; Fine Hats Jets; Linen dress our recent'hit to their IIl'Uulitlll'l.ity, / :
r : xu 1'1 C}:
tt'c. at Mr[ Cooks
J rmbroiclerics'tc'J ,
and we assure them we shall ever ivmemlie-r I\l. 10. 7S-if
;. J; mInstrcc, ; our visit to Tampa as the brightest o.i.i" in 'w ... ---- SUGAR 3VHLLLS

The Young Orange Groves our lives. Hoping our visit ha-{ hen the t fe Florida Land T ,1I
: means of giving them some light plca>ure, ,
;. 'P o 'learn t from M?. Joseph Ilohlcs: that
we trust: that in the future our friendships
."i to thousand young mange tnsw have may 1 be more firmly riveted. Wu-hing you AND
L '''',!:it, in his neighborhood; ou NebraskaLbin all Miccess for yourselves! and city we remain ANDEmigration! t I'

\ the last two year: This i is yours .fcc.: I'rof. C. E.: G. BI.VKI\ ; leader.WM. Flt'

of what faith the People have 11. Low:, Preadt. !
}r 1
I'. 1tY i iJn! of this_fruit. A. J. laver, Sec)'. I PA.NSOF

gong -

[; '".." _} >\ R. Muece a first class jeweller 1Q'r The Nickel Club had its reunion at Agency. ALL SIZES, AND SOLD AT LOWEST MARKET PRICES, WARRANTEDFOR
: ;\ and at [r. "r all'lf-storc, where he the residence of Mrs. Emmert's last: Wednesday ONE -
in his line the
!I' honest on.
night, and although the weather
:'ble1I1_ Juue 2Gth, tf. was ..I--A I.. O-
T 1 rather unpropitious, the attendance was fair No.lOUniversityPlace.

; lot p..rengers! ; per Strnr. Coch/au. and the exercises very entertaining. Iron Fronts for Stores and Dwellings, i ,

; rm The following was the programme : t w {

: i, Jicliisr'J i E. R. Rather and wife J. Music-Mis.ses Collins,-"Duet" from II + \ New York.l'orrcgwnnlente BRACKETS VEBA3STBAHS {C

'. f' j boa: Shirley, Thou llolton.W Trovatore. ., /) .

.r ; :ri 3t t.. ,}[. Geo. Fuchs, -Mr. Cha. Brown Iron for Garden
/ : Song ,-(Dutch). / i+ soliciu-tl with |wrtie" Co"niiig Railing or Cemetery Lots.

A.. ..."kJltton., ,Win. Lyttle, Capt. Sas. Music 1 ._:On Flute & Piano-") <-tUet'Ir. I i dc..ir.iMe: l.:iinl l to M.-I1. ;3G-3ni.Loevengreenlt .

f r f" .sir: .*Holiand and wife D. >\'. Mf.!k: ) Emmert & Miss Emmert. Madsen-- -- -- Orders( for Bran;1 ; :and Iron 1 Casting 1 Promptly( Attended,( to. <

"' 1 Gro&bou..c.$ M. Brown, Capt \\V:1r : SongIf I only knew"Miss Rosa

tR :W. B..Trask.. Dageuhardt & Miss Kate Jacks on. I'teg! leave to inform the imMic that they haveIKIK.I HAVE ALSO FOlt SAIL '
"- a CAIUNKT. M.VKINti i $SUOl'and Taint, .t
\ t ifr.f Reading "The blind girl of Castel Cuile, (i la" and Oil More, on \Yu.niiijton ftrvet, L'rloNMiller -,
tt1:otthe'yesidchex of her uncle, MCCARTHY COTTON GINS }
x ,
> Mrs. T. E.
Tackson. V IItlc1of1I\rn. Mr. LocvtriiKKi-n i l
# /11. / 111 .. IAY'AI1 isl.npantlto | ,
f wford Parruh, in this county ou the "Imitation of A. Emmert. d<> all manner, of first rlamt. work i in hip( line, sucha4
ing of the 23d Ult., MUs. .Mary I'anfpl ; banjo-Miss. making .\FJJlJ.h": : .:A1st, T\iLo;. .1\ 3 AGENTS: FOIL
! r ,. ; 83ytari. *. Song, u.Ietlley"-:3Ir: Chas. Brown. CIIA1HS and all HUTU furniture; he it. also i> .. ; -
r ; \ "Shell out Mr. A.- II. l'nl1lowand | l to do repairing of all kind in biA line. )Ir. Eclipse-Portable & Stationary Steam Engines .. 4
.: .&tLere. idence 'of his father, Mr. J> n Gallop, Swart will funii"h anv one that mar deoire themwith .. .

Bta ion._on the 26th Ult., Doctor Bran v, Miss A. Emmert. l'.11N'I'Sl"SKof: all xizeit and r\i\-\ \ s, l_

f aged, .JJ 4,.edn. .H Next meeting will be announced I next week. 011':. 1'It."rUn1FIt.Un' : ;:.;, MOtlLDIXUS, .1\ 11(1 SIrivos] ; Governor Company.i ] 4 fir
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:1';,' John Miller. I W. B. Henderson FRANKLINO b"TUE1., w.
: W. W. WALL & Co.
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.. -::..S.. Memoriei en nkaAn we dftIJ7 MILLER & HENDERSON E SAVANNAH GA.

(-' they those that, well defined .
: W 4G -- '
s_, !:--:.' # B/ their errata! dearn**', quell I

.. 8add tfcMp..or the mind. .r '* Wliole ale & Retail; Wholesale and Retail A.. CI A.RK ., ,1

T Or which, wWy indiatiaet.

Foil anadowi aa In dreams,

.By their mjrstic beauty link DEALERS IN O
that vhicb Mcmn? DEALER IN ---5.
.Bcallrj IL .
FacM. ov way throagh" life
: Assorted Merchandise
t 'Hamming every step we take, S .ImsboT o h -

faa that help n> through the strife, TAMPA, FLOIIIIi.1.ivEw Assorted Merchandise, ''HilUborougbiQtaiiu

( Some we love for their own sake-- b about
those which Receiving ForwardingAND .. .. -aool a [ct.h-
: Are they on are stamped '.4 ,

=? Energy of thought and will; .. DRY GOODS rican churches.
n"'II'ol Misr/ Action that b MVercramped( ,
1 '
; tbo Tam "' '
Working alvay, n-tlt1llllltill? GOODS
TAMPA, FL..A..7 w -e arc thrcj h
lUsher those o'er which are thrown I i :arooice(1! ,,

4 Gleam of mellow; tender light, Commission Merchants, I KEErSCOXSTAXTLY IN STOCK FULL ring: season: by _

\Tlnged grace of heart and soul, AT Groceries & Provisions, North. TarnII -

; Charmed sense of txmciout: right. TAMPA LINUSDRY "c ?Vest ant{ '
r ; FLA.
0 rpHJ-: l'oLtTIC.\I. ',\IP.\JGS thermom.1.
Artist that we choose apart .. .. .. Will' includf* National, State ho "
From the few who high areet, ilertioiiHni.l which will undoubtedlyfm winicr nor A'

: Jut because their lewder art + --0- J. & T. KYDD'S.AND TTnts GOODS active ami 1 hotly 't.nl1ttt..1 l of any since; tun summer, and =

> o'er dead JViifl Caps, Me ranvax <>f IH tiO.. L* now fairly opcne/lummcr weathertionil
a regret- : J IVtn>irratic IVrty will this rear "'a fro:n the bar, svignx
., and iluuUlew successful strn
Are those who firm of hand OUR ; ; ( ':1. they '
Hats -
UlXAltl: ; TO THE WANTS OF Ladies Gentlemen> and Children's iirunuuamc and Kiipmuacy of UMJ,. \ txhicharevital
Try the Tell of life to ripe, THIS SECTION AND THOSE WHO FA YOU US to the prt"pcritr of.fbOTJmcnceU, 10.. DO I

Though they know thei; t.1and WITH THEm TRADE AND CONFIDENCE:! n () otM nn (l S linerGentlemen's un.l! ."wnti.il to the fci-ll-lfinK of the pt'O ;WC p "
Never reward thrir ? Fur the infonnation of all ,,'e numerate a few of In o>I.lition to the Presidential electiunhi'u'werir
may gaze the articles we keepCollstn11tly 131. I{ G. .A iNS Boots, Shoes & Hosiery I'llin (>i.,>nii In.1 l Florida will elect new State coy-
Rather those who by touch ,
: a : .
en.nit vetIn r'J"ri.l" the cauiiain| promises to beiiiai.i t
Or a subtle, silver gleam, OIL] I-Inlld I \ii,.'ri.u) and there n a probability that t
'Show the sunlight thoughts that rush and Underwear for the t'r-tnine' MIM.V the war the people of that
fantastic'dream. ladiral: i-ri Oat of Furnishing Goods ,
some For Hale, and we offer them and all other in om IX '"
t. .\t rnniiitt. I In lh>c chars" the |>cople of the !
Stock at the lowuit fiL"l.In.'OI such imxln can: I.. .<...1.1. in
D n -- onGOODS '-oiiih, tU-Tily; iolh'n"'lt..l t l and I
KIIUJOXS.( LACKS' are ; every intelligent
thus KERCIIE1F'S j
place. InDrtY 1I.\XI> ,
I C iti:.'n, tf i I.<> has tin', welfare" uf hl country and hi*
,r Character.Character .
,,'t-i.u, .it l )i.iit ..1".u\.l"C'tl'laint\ hininrlf with every '
i is so much more than wealth I Hardware, Tin 1 & Crookcrywarootion ; detail'.itl.e pr..,t work ot rvdfutpdoa and refom
Di y Ooocl.-!, oSTotions rind Rtationorv.nitins I that i '
.. ; UOH tinting i.n.T h
fame that it is the
or knowledge or power, We hare a good Line of <> Urn t'1\.II.l "- should Milwril. to and smut ianiihiiiic :.
% of the '' I wonder if the the fftirtninah "
mettor : &D. .JloHt1.A"w. .
young ( ,* ,
(' in 1 lz art of CALICOES; (iI (iJl.IS,
: .men and boy !ia our land realize that char- Ladies Dress Goods and Fancy! Calces \ ami Stationery, ) LAINE LAWNS, MUM.INS, JACONETS11EKECES I'l'iiuoiH i"-t'n.ltut] | anti: ikmocralicnewspaier fearless. in their: of pronounced ;
: ElNIINtiS.: i CHECKS: I DENIMS I I II expmvioa; a.o +ftT r;
is the iu
acter important capital any that U nvtigninil t'\"t'rywlat'1'e an the best daily ia
the Srtith. It< editorial dc
and all business transactiop&/ a man of Clothing -; OXAIU'IUJS I i JEANS COTl'ON- | rtntent is Yip ft
em Manufacture. Furniture Oils & Paints Umbrellas & Parasols thi>ii :htfiil, and tt>iii large business is looking for a partner or employee ADES) 1KISII l DUESS&: PANTS LINENS: I OLLVKS tIt)'urtn".nl" nit marvels .>f industry and k
I cun' X 1'l'KTIJl'Sl'lX: ; ; : I lEI:'''', cwwplete
A Full Lino of HOSIERY, Iu del artmcnt of and r+ t tis
44 what does he require first. and mrct SPUN AXI SPOOL Til KILN: I iS. PINS, NEEDLES !; 11s. | Ct-i.rjcia Florida aflatrs i
not nfinitl to a men-barren
of all? An honest maaTorboy. Wealth ) ; ;, UUAID?? i in variety, JET SETTS, HEADS summary of events
NOTIONS in this IV of almost
]>artuicut every Boots and Shoes Hollowwaro and Willowware, FANS transpiring' in thom Stati-N, but i ic enlivened by. to..-
2 and position, with this f first requisite, will l>e variety, :111' nunt at once apt timely, nil I rarr. j
;, The ample rtxinxK uf the C't'ta'LJ lii hnient will be "
X DO detraction, but nothing wUh out it. Jeans Cassimeres & Cottoaades for Hen's' wear Letter, Note, Bill and Cap Paper' dtottd' tn fiirni-liinu! ) the! rcadi-ni of the -; .
.>t. What be what "
; r jHlhirs are to a Building, ;

l' the emendation is, and the corner-stones th tee From which the mot fastidious alway, find something FANCY GOODS to pleane. Of Copy Book, Spilling Until: Pocket and Memorandum -
I of; so It a good character to a man or WORhoyorgirL iMXlIt: ,, PtIW and lllk. the latest iutillijcence( from all parts of the j

The wise man said: "A goodname world, through; the pwm diMiatihes: special UlpraiiH .. f _
: Read .rl1dc Clothing, Sp.rtlnp.tad Fluhlng Tackle, Toilet .Appliances &c. anti: l by meant of i>|>ccial currenpondence; ris* : '
( M rather to be chosen than riches ; throng! these ?j -ides the |uiper will be the earnest >. slchronicler
ooh "
For Men' wear, we offer a good of Style quality !
range of
aDd he had no lack of_ wealth. Remember, and price, and we make it a puiut to hare them Such as CviulM, Sii.ii(*>, I'.xtr.uU: Puwdtr, and IVr- litii-.il .e\cry of nulvwunhy IttTti. incident of the p*> 4 a

f bop, and it will harm none to remember fit the tarte of the iHirchaacr-and to complete the i Cooking Stove,"S Stoneware &c. &c. fuiiu ry, &c. 1I1oalgu l st'rrxR1 rrtox. :"''-''-1<'

t thai what you are b of infinite importance ; snit, we offerHatf I wily, ly-tr.......................................... |]00 '-J" .
:tt Received weekly, and will be soldAT 6 months...................................... & 00 ..t s ,
while what you have is infinite in its value; TAMPA FLA. Cutlery &c., ** 3 inontiH! .......................... 2 50 !
its end u the grave ; while the former will of the Latest Style, Tri-..,\""kly, 1 %ear........................... .. 600 .}2. ;":'
including; Potkit and TahJKni"01! and Furl., haters I.; IIlIlul J............................._ i 00 .
-grow and enrich its possessor through all the I Shears :-'iu..rll Ac.Hnrclwj 3 nInths.............................._ 150 I

_. ages of immortality. Strive for it as for your I And c .. \\",'tkly, 1 year......................................_ :200 .. .;.: J
ALL OF THE Ar.oYIJ.lXES 01ion; IU.) :; ** I.. month. ..........._.................... j 00 Zi:\ \!J.ru
.f life, for life is naught without ; if a man die.' kept constantly on hand, and fur hale at : ire, T-Iol Icrvv wa re, :3 uu htlh+.................................... 00. :c, ..
for this house, he is an everlasting hero ;. Boots and Shoes, thJuw.t living Prices, for :SH:[ <.inuii nipk-4 sent free tm n..il..t| 5ceoU. t

,- while if he dies for his wealth, he is a sordid Very LOW PRICES. Nail, (Cr.kt'r'r..1 and Tin-Ware, (Lairs. Ac. W )1..1h'.lit UM nt by 1W (,face Order, "l'f,
That combined the desirable quality of comfort anJdlll'a.biJitand etfi-tinil: A tier, or Kxpixim,at mr rii t JboL We honor it in death, if not in life.p aLto the more definable one of hiding of all doiriptions: to suit Ihis mark it J. II. 1STIL ." 1-'O:$,i

ft; the deformities. of snugly. I .foot and making Cash or Country Produce.We .:-_vanaah. 10"._. ",'..!1r" ,,
'J. handsome foot look more beautiful still. '-"'
What happened to a Male. v A FULL UXIW: '
k JL little boy in Portland lit a pack of '

a crackers and threw K them the OUR STOCK OF HARDWARE: &c.,
shooting into
WE HAVE ADDED TO OUR STOCK will jay the highest Market Prices for -

'I:: street to lee them go oft One of .Ike Bate Comp everything in that line from a Needle to a Groceries & Provisions, '

.,.,- ttaa'f moles came along and swallowed them Grindiitone. .
\ before. they went oS. :The mule walked KICK:. P.CONLT.CANNED ( I ,
consisting of Betb-teadrt, Tables, \Wa>h 8taixl-: I., COTTON, COUN, FLOUR. CHITS.{ MKAI.: .
.:.."'" !f ltbuiiii/tc teetucht pped. Things wasn't (Chain Ac. InGroceries Groceries & Provisions S.\ KKt'lTS an.1 VFtJETAHLES'I
ti fc&jg. right inside. He began to taste the HIDES,' : MLVTAUD) and I'ICE.-I t THE SUN AND PRESS is

tt r- smoke of the Ere-crackers.: He laid hU left & Provisions KEROSENE and PAINT OIlS, SMOKlNd moll)
">, ear around against his ribs, and heard some AND WILL KEEP FRFIIFOCKON HAND) CEDAR, \ariom miaUluM and ).randsl'11'1, ..)' and TOHAC'O '' 1'iil'lij-hvd J at Jacksonville l every morning. xept /

;, this It was them crackers having fun. We always keep' a full Stock, a* thus: U. oar PECULIAR : ( 1X: >\}F)', and also" many .ether "Itrtidt"11 *. ..Monday, at .
S8.OO :>
The. mole picked oat about three and half
s a our Stock will also always be found a good air .\ of which he wishes. to sell at the LOWES1LIVING :

mUes._oi straight road and'ata A negro nortment ofTinware Attractive Prices. POULTRY 1.ItICIfur' CHEAPEST DAILY IN THE SOUTH eTii

lDtt./hhzi about a mile the other side of the ESrx ANT PRRS* is 5 the only morning Vfr <,
Wood and Crockeryware .- SUGAR >ul>ii | one recenagthe
alms house sooth white with ,
going ,perpira- u CASH or Approved COUNTRY PRODUCE. AA-.H'iatnl ll'\\ .-. l li'i-mt| <'lie*. It eovUuw ail ,
l' tion, with streams of smoke shooting out of I With Bake Ovens, Bake Pans, Pots, Heating and the State and eine*<, the world market ftP6d-' "o.c:::
Cooking Scores SYRUP, etl l I.y t.1. "MJ!I;n ,variety t.r inlt"tt'Iltin* MWrtetl are
his nostrils, moath and ears while hi tail We keep all kind of Stationery in common use, tied, rli." rink <.; current and ia >
i tt.pics
Rein: ;; thlnkful! for past; he will endeavor to merit t u every ,
'r< stock straight up, and a stream of.blue andgreen also We School in Itoolu communication and Blank with Book the best dealer THE: IIKillEST MARKET PRICES PAID FOR A-C. &c. future, fa\or by kttpiii j ;'; up| a rl'LL STtiCK of I way jd-t .veth a 1..II"r j at the |..-<.i>Ie uf Florida west v
k' are all such! (riwxU in demand in this market
smoke about ten feet long followed in a.- arc I
North and South and prepared to at short
them l.Oa. ho .ulonl; them amiMin
selling -
as can
the Ike found his mule halfway notice, all kind of good, in quantity that
rear flicking any may | ;; strict attention to his l'ILinan.1! the wants j 1. .1 li.tv tiiirtv-iHttodtintn. |uir, neatly printed,
through a farm house near Patldjr'a Run, be de iml. Punk l cf of liicntonur>. I its i M i ii"u'nu.rs. and l the i' 1lie .-,:,1! :.ii A l \\ ;i'*. int4it-in4: rending matter. It is by.s .
In arranging our bovine we have not forgottenthat HIDES, Tall in and examine our rc |J'm'hainJ I .
; ::1'- !
'II. in
generally, are imito! to mil ami examine I:: : xsi,1x( r l'ul.Jiht-d the But.
still amo ing. The man had gut his family the phyoicial i"o ,'en< of man sometimes requiresrefreshmentto c-]l'45 here. ,:.....1.. lrd..r l'urdaa.-in *'!-...\ hi.re. j| On.JJ: :. !,i. 'i>tr ..(:lr. Addrew
f oat and put'em op into a lot of tree Ike meet this want we have proviuetl l a Ah.l ORANGES. 1 jf '1'UK! '-t.N ANt> l'Hr:>S CDMPAXY, .
Saloon on the river, known f Jat'kjItQyi !>
I ;; i hauled his mule home when be got cools Notain Charged for showin our Goods.l"lJit Yo, C/HU'U .1l"h for n/ion-iny (!tnnl.. 1..w.. d "$ .
All in search of CHH\P GOODS would) do well b I' !
: enough on a dray. The man i going to. TIle LOU"TR L lfrGAND FARlPTfJIN '
f .1.1 i tnllislcl ill 1Lt'C. "
f t more-his house further back off of the road, to give ii* :a call before Purchasing Eluewhere.J. .

,. and his wife and'daughter will be baptized Which i ill furniohcd with a Bar of the lest &. T. KYDD, ( of itMtdg! and I'riccx Guarantee: THE SOUTH. ns ',, I.

when the Louisville Courier Tan'l'afFJa., March 1st. 1S76. 1 if.H. ) L. FRIEBELE -
I ;1. water gets warm.- -
, I.;- Journal.I Liquors and Cigars, W. W. WALL &
T.nni( March: 187C. ly For relhl.le information! on all topics roBaected ,.
-- A BILLIARD ROOM and TF.-I'IN ALLEY, with! Agriculture, Fruit liaising Stuck g,,,,,,, _
Poor where leisure can ('njoy.itlttJC: in the way it like. ,I H..iry.1('., etc.. that first clam Souther M..M .., .)
and Proud. LAWLER. Jd A,tat
beft and where all will be T.
wants promptly mippliedby J ,'Tholctle ad ..1tetiil it\1tnrj'
: 'V \ !j.H-r.{ OUR HOME JOURNAL A. D i
b 1 Young men out of business, says the Rome 1 that Prince of Bar-Ket-j-cru!, I III'".\LtOl"riII.ANl>: his complete eTtrrtK.urti it

t Sentinel, are frequently sadly hampered by CoL W. T. HASKINS, GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT Notice to Shippers II I II Ki.t, and over :'UH of the most practical* \-j
hr >\.r::-:r.r1 1 firahen and .planters from all section
: prides Many men who West take For "Quid Pro Quo. I ..., -4
l; young go .f: ta.(; : t.. o.r.trii.sitc to (i"",columns onCTCTJ sub- .

*: ; more pride than money,at all. A young man ro;;, ii, 79, 81 and 83 PETLIW STRJKT, (Late New, DEALER IX I j.'''': tort::'' :td' with the various Crops and Buck .
To meet the Transportation demand of our tradewe II r.V.ed.-; :
that "works for his board, no matter what hare a Schooner called the G EU. W. DILL Levee,) near Poydrax, New Orleans. I It i i.< :',.> c".tI, !Outset; \ livstestablished Week. 1 I!: ii

booed work he does, has no reason for shame.A that run regularly Avnu'llurJ 1 (jmjur in the Southern Statoa, it .1

young man who eats the bread of idle- Assorted Merchandise. I IL (l:u.u;,- ot r air.; that: U new and u.elulao Sooth* ; ',
-()- em n?ri.-'tloral pursuit is the News of the Week
Between this Point and NEW ORLEANS
near, DO matter how much money he has, is LEASED THE LARGE AND COM- Ch...: 't l-i.iily Reading) the X. O. Market Beperts, .*

disgraced.: Young men starting in life ought HAVISO! WAREHOUSE: the (....t of Corner Franklin & :Strut ] tit-w4 feud all thu Southern, Stales and many ralaa* /
[ Wadiingtoii *,
And are in eloe connection with the steamers 1"alI For the sale of northern and western produce iii-triKtivo and I entertaining items. tMbseriy* ___
to aim-first of all-to find a place where Xly and Emilit, and with'extensive rA inn !rice, ?_',.>(> j Ilt'r rear, iwtitpaid., .

they can earn bread and butter, with hoe, ahington Street, TAMPA: FLA. its "nt to au\. adan-Kt on receipt of 3 teats l\. 'we, .
.ht.iniM.| ". AI>l>RI3H.: -i .'toU '
axe, spade wheelbarrow, currycomb, black I Our Home .Journal

s ing-bruah-no matter how. Independence ALWAYS ON IIA5D: .I We are now prepared to receive and put in stone all : Makes a New DepartureWITH and Rural SoutblaDcL"I
We are enabled to offer to patron the best facilities! articles of nitnhaiuli ship| ]>fd tut our care. I NEW O ItLEAW ....
first. The bread and butter question settled, Jan. 19=-lf. :"2 1su Ibhc ... .
... At the smallest cxpen e. We shall continue to fur PORK, BACON LARD ; ;
let the young man perform his duty so faithfully n mpos: Dg of fey;

r M to attract attention, and let him constantly hOCXROST AND FLOUR 'TTIE' SUN.l::: employment
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keep his eyes open for a chance to do Nell' Store and New Goods. 1878. NEW YOBS.re heap Could be
I AT FREIGHT AND Bat: the smell ot the
better. About half the poor proud young ACTUAL CXfcsT-to the full extent me can BRAN HAY We will\ aN) Keep on hand a large Stock of
M CORN MEAL, A!* the time approaches far the ren w.wrij'tionn .
men'and two-thirds:: the discouraged raise the mean to nosy the Produce market being
poor TilE SUN would remind its,btuc: the owner and .
always-out of work. The baited upon actual lath. FLOUR, IUDY that .1."-s their Tradins: in Tam welUWiersoeiTwhere, that it is agaia .
joang' men, are EVKUY fu J is that :
We either buy or receive POTATOES, ONIONS, BEANS, i inviuil! to call and I loe 1 inipre'wed Mith the for their consideration and IL : complete
young man who pockets his pride, and car CORN, umKiiiable fact that fur the Fall and Winter bu.i- or l for the least ten years it relies: for aV ct the, bet;which! U

i t; ties an upper lip at stiff as a cart-iron doorftepcraper Ok Co n8ig 1D1.Cn't, DRIED FRUIT Etc. nt...( I have the inoft complete| cheapest|' and bestSttxk of the hearty sympathy and geoeroos tie cu". Give scrubs
; a of toods applicable. to the want' of the JKOple which have hitherto been extended to i' ;
w '. ''s'schance need not starve, and stands a AU the product of the Country for which we can -HAY, which I projowe to utter at such pric M will quarter: of the Union Vitcnsik because they ,

good to become rich. find a jnarket, here or elsewhereWe -(S)- MEAL give entire satisfaction to all who may favor: me The Dally Sun is a four tssheSure until gutcd '
with their I Stork U l large and carefully : aUpryr.
.. thank our friend for their Patronage and! GRITS selected patronage, cunawting My of almost anything and nn1D1\ price. by mail BS cents a 1DOII1h.kmm; : in the world
that mutual interest ia the of ,
--"You_can preach better sermons with1rith'.rOat trade feeling, we hare a thought it right to yield a good germs part; Cash Advanced on all Consignment(Not Perishable.) everything umially found in a first claM well reguUteil The SunM7 edition of Tax So with 1 them. It is
store and I \ to such satisfaction in '
prow| e give sheet matter what the
of M column While
of to the CIODIoUDlel'-who bean all the POTATOES page .
joe* ate than Ups. Yes, we can our profit will with favor the buying garaalgl
dealings meet -
: as -
my of the day, it aim contain
burden. Our Clerks are attentive and we invite all Orders Respectfully Solicited and filled at a large amount
do att that,even those who have no eloquence, who hare to buy, to call and look at our Stock, and community. IVin't hesitate to..k if there ii ry and mMcellaneotM matter specially pre hat you will be '

norereo.-U' pen.of'.a ready .writer." The we promise that we will chte fully show you our lowest market price*. OATS, anything think else hare you done would trading like to with look at me.when Selling TOU it. THE SrKDAT Sex hu met with,gnat >oks and papers )
you Post paid $1.2O
Goods and not take the least offense if should a year. _
about her you good i is. business and in making salts I know ful farmers
humblest woman does it who my
goes happen not to buy our whole Stock on your first Tampa, June 10th, '76. tf. SALT, The Weekly Sun.
that them i U of W inlot.
showing part my money they
dai. j tell with patience and a kind word for.aD risit.ff Who doe not know TIm Wnao.T: Sex?

l ; wbo ma es her borne a pleasant place Lest we might be misunderstood faLtera, in consequence RICE, &c. If You don't see what you want ask for it, culateathruugbout the Unittt Stat. tW, vestment.rich .
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t beyond. Ninety thousand Cuulki .
t ., for kerhos&inJl/and brings her children upduer&llj. offer oar customers, we say oacc for alL/diat we caD and it will be shown with pleasure and with no ill welcome page' wee k],., and regard it lass o gt'M UM'wi U is ,

.'. Yes, and to does the poor labor- buy only for Cash or equivalents, 118 expect Valuable Place for Sale. feeling if do not purchase to-day.. I want my .' guide, ooonaellor, and 1'ri end. Its Mwa, edltot3sl, i
who l Which we will! sell at greatly reduced'ratef by patron* to feel l'that it u pleanure to trade_ at my agrkoltnrml, and literary departaacmta.entially teaks it M at .
isf BSA (ads ; hosted lift and refusesto -' :
'art Cash or Equivalents, Containing 160 acres of good pine* land with 800 Whole.de. Store. a journal for the family and tlt.Iteuids., I
bola dmnkard to utter words. orrnnge tree*--200 of which are rf8OOO C y
? pro&ne now bearing Terms: One Dollar a year, port II l& TU T
t Each! at the end of- every day has preached a nee we sell our Goods. Credit being the ground or the name place with 160 acre additional LIBERAL ADVANCES made on all Consignment Terms Cash. price, qnality, considered, make it t e d
sill of HIGH PRICES for 10000. This place U located in the ClearWater tentnuted! to our care. newspaper publiahed. For daba' of tea. wWfc f1I.
aetmom to which U would_ be well to listen. section, 2 mile from Bay View on Old Tam- cast 1 li. we will send an extra copy free. AUnm

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