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

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SUNNPIR. TAMPA: ., JUKE 1, 1878. VOL.--3.--NO.--12. ';

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t '-' >; 't !":: r EVER; ; COMMERCIAL: CA&BB lie. PLAYED OUT From the Florida Agriculturist] what will be the product of an acre, but am When the necessary advertisement shall be ... j' t '.,4; .

*. .' ._ L .. Starches of Florida-Their Uses and inclined to think that the amount of farina made the United States lands may be purchased ,
OFWunrowL. ; YES Value. will equal or even excel that of cassava as the : at $1 25 per acre or located,by lau.l. ;
EET8. \-Y. RICE, :BORN & CO:, This subject is one to which for yean past plant is.very rich in starch. The .common warrants, scrip, etc. to be obtained at from -.4

6' ISING' 'r lat i.just what'n the Matter with Thouitanda of I[ have been endeavoring to direct the attention mode of preparing it for family use, is to wash ninety cents to one dollar per acre. ,
: ; ,. J\ AD 1a I 3 o.l 'K' and Dealers in PIANOS & ORGANS of our people, believing that when -a the root, rubbing qff with the hands a thin The greater part State lands are selected : '

...,' roS4" $G "' battered throughout the South that children are proper appreciation of the importance of membraneous coat that partly covers it; theyare and held as swamp lands, and are of all qualities 1 '. ;

t1G f It FOItfilGN, ..faOUESTIC. AND COUNTRY ailr'forced yr practice on, regardlemiof the fact that turning our attention to the cultivation of then placed in a trough and beaten witha and sold at the following prices : For P'i
JilVil I from '
i either plea/ire nor can begot an antiquated -
,.E .;'' I to 'pace. worn out relic program of the days when their starch producing plant, such as are now successfully woodeu maul until rod. to a fine pulp, 40 acres, $1 per acre ; for more than 40 acres 't/t/ ;

4 :;: .A SQUAlU': will Le charge rLep HARDWARE mothers "took mucic." If you cultivated, without taking into account which is put into clear water, (this is readily and not exceeding 80, 90 cents per acre; for ... 17

i i lowecllJrla.) oaf rerc.. J6 0:>" Want your Children to learn fastand other specie! that may be introducedor obtained from the clear water lakes which are more than 80 and.not exceeding: 200. 80 cents ." '"

5 ,__5 St Local notice* lU>line, Vin AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS become luuxiciann, buy them elegant New Instruments those growing wild, that the industry will found all over'the country) stirred up, the per acre ; or more than 200 and not exceell'r ,i : :

a' eanr CI1tndf. itb mere>,. ale with the improvements of the present age be found to be one of the best paying*..invest water.. poured off and when settled the starch lug 640, 75 cents per, acre; for more than '
f &D every...-.1 tl\ontLII and Aa and you will be surprised at their rapid advancement. iuentAnfttrfett'be"entered into, and that oureop'e b repeatedly- washed until the water passes 640, 70 cents.

y' ".:W _..'o .- _.1.1rance B.UILDERS. 'HARDWARE. ,GRATES, &C., > will engage in it with the same energy off clear; it is then rapidly dried. By this The sixteenth section of each township U 3
# with m ircr. c.;; ,
fI;); ma-. ._ (ao- and zeal that is: now displayed in orange cul' simple process I have prepared a farina fully held for the benefit of the school fund, and .. S

Mr. 1Vin. CUTLERY the Bermuda. sold at $1 25
o .., ;; 'in 1'1I"'Lbe .. equaling per acre. '
'. ),tth'b, last Tuesday's eteamer. ,Wi 'd'u4"a its ture.My experience during the war, with cassava Prior to the late civil war, Florida arrow root Some of the finest lands of the State arc '. 4

and arrow root as a food plant for both sold in New York, wholesale 45 eta. One selected as internal! improvement lands and :;
Adyertuements iteuer tern $1 appraised at various prices.
.. man and beast, has convinced me that its manufactory on the St Johns river sent during -
"}/ per iqnawfbr brat and 75 cents for each, nubnequent All State lands are for stale by lIon. Hugh .
culture should be entered iuto 11 Now the article knownin
extensively.The a 20,000 >&
o 'w'on'n Tinners' Stock, Twit and Machines, Huiue year A. Corlcy, Comminhmcr of lauds) and immigration {
_'' uw meow ;6f furnishes nutritious article of that market Florida rates lower than '*
cassava a as who will furnish all needful and re -' .
.tImes will be4Mertod until forbid, and charged aci -
.'t. lOrdinrlT. Furnishing Goods, -t. diet in the form of starch and tapiroca, or the St. Vincent, being about 6 cts. per lb. The 'liable information.-Florida L sr gr'anl.
K'ZA.; :: jjipBCIAL BATES' to liberal i AdTrti __ root way be boiled with fresh meat and is a reason assigned for this great falling off in .PO- .- t
fiMiX'.'. ...' TJ1tVA.O' !.SUBSCRIPTION- : TIN AND JAPAN WARE.Sole fair substitute for the Irish potato ; the rootis character and price, u, that an individual in A Bully's' Fnte. "

also baked in bread and made] into South Florida named his Bermuda A French lieutenant who f i
L* ,X'er :ftDDm, tin advance) .$2.00 grated, place young was serving I I

''((11-:; -Six Month'*, -, -. 1.00 t_ Agentor the CflebrhUtlCtfARTUR puddings and fritters. tIt prepared a farina from the coinptcc root, in lancer regiment, and who was much; t. w I

'-8'-';.ts Single Apro..Mark-CuP1.- ? r paper'term .ignifiw- .that- your 1Uor I .. is well known that many persons are (which I suppose,is the Zamia i lies) liked by bis comrades account of hU sunny ,

of wb-cription has.expired. ,aDd goyern youraoaordingly. OAK STOVES deterred from moving to our State and en- and gave it the name of Bermuda t. ways and upright character, found him- \ }I i

'_ <__ elf ... .. -1 gaging in fruit culture, because they must For this reason, a firm in New YorWmo are self suddenly visited by the systematic spiteof '1

.N' P&QFBS8IOKAL: & BUSINESS CARDS. .a "' .-. (. wait ten or twelve years before the trees will the largest dealers in farinas, express the opinion an uncouth bully, his superior. Th U fellow l- .. II

si= 89 & 91C'PSTREET, Superb Instruments begin to yield fruit; they want to plant some that the soil of Florida is unsuited for captain, was never tired of vexing the. .

r 1 S.j- ;DR. c. L.ITELLi : .. ,< t i (rom old and perfectly reliable Maker are now m>Ido .annual l crop that will insure them a support the production of the true arrow root.. From lieutenant, and one day, in the ,course of a -. I
3hysicianfc Surgeon, Branch House, fi D7 Magazine extremely low and on such easy term that all while waiting for the orange grove to come what I have stated it will be seen that this discussion* at table, he gave him the lie di i
i- t' creation can buy.LUDDEIST. ,, -
.J rt, .}'T. b}EAUL r F I.A. New Orleans, La, r i into bearing. This desired crop will be foundin opinion is erroneous. It will be necessary to reetand followed it up with a box on the Ji

14JOFnCE->InDil ,-i&Mttchetl'a i Store, Tampa Florida, April 22nd '76 1 I. & BATES, I the cassava and arrow root. To make the re-establish character of.the Florida art earL Toe lieutenant left the room, and by ; I ,!J

IH L Dr. F. BRANCH C. M. BROWN SAVANNAH OA., cultivation of these plants a success only cle, by furnishing a preparation purified by and by, to the consternation of his friend, f
The Great Wholesale Piano and :Organ dealer of quires that starch manufactories should repeated washings wfiea it wilt. again be in II announced I that his religious principles forbade i r

!( 'Physician Ss '[Druggist.ViT WITH he South, now ell instrument from all leading established at points convenient to the re-j demand and command a fair and remunerative : him to fight duels. In vain was it .
hlakent direct to purchasers, on the No Agent, No
'.l ,,/ IllS OLD STAXD. Commission Plan. at Munnfarturt-r'ji Factory Pri- ducer. price. :pointed out t Wbirn< that he. would bo taxCtI.. .'
f R. WALTER & Co.
l'eII' thereby giving purchasers the large commillain. To form a just conception of the value of with cowardice and sent to Coventry he ;
ly.JBL But few to comprehend the ; _
( Mar* 1678. hert'toforepald to genU. From fr50 to $100 : persons seem '
r 4,; .WHOLESALE. MASCFACTCRER8* OF. actual: sand in the purchase of an instrument under the cassava, it may be well to compare it great advantage Florida possesses over other I held good until the colonel tiummoncd him, '; .'t '
M. D.
; : r R.. Benjamin, this be'undersold.new s"ystt-m.. Write for particulars.: Wecan't with a staple! product of the Northern States, countries in the manufacture of starches, es and gave bim his choice between fi hting' ':'

o j Physician &Surgeon. CLOTHINGAND 7 Octave Pianos, $135' I 4 Stop Organs, foo viz : The Irish potato. The highest esti- pecially in the fact that we have six monthsof and sending in his papers at pn<-c. Then the i'

74 Octave Piano*. 145 | 6 Stop Organ, ft) mate of the average product of the potato i the in which to make the crude lieutenant (whose bravery had been proved '1
wife. norfA 2'umOFFICE. year up
and W/t /
BtID CE.-O" a 7 Octave Pianos, 160 |19 Stop Organs. 67
I I pa,p.S&N' a Gant. .Ofand l Square Pianos, 178 |112 Stop Organ, 78 300 bushels per acre, which at 60 lbs. per material, neither do they realize bow great a in battle) agreed to a ,duel ; but, as the insulted .- i; d

> .Corner of Franklin &TwiK Street, : MASON & HAMLIN ORGANS bushel is 18,000 Ib*. The yield i in starch is quantity of starches, are used in the various party, he stipulated. that he and his& r 1 e

K ;i Tampa Fla. Vol. 3, Xo. 1-ly. JOBBERS IN CLOTHS AND CASSHEBES., 7 StojM $100 | 9 Stops, f 108. from 4 to 6 Ibs. j per bushel ; taking the high. industries of the country. Florida can ,supply adversary should fire over a handkerchief; r" :

:X>r. Jolm-1?. Wall: ; Send to the North and be Swindled.Not est as one to ten, the result will be 1800 Ibs. the demand be it ever BO great. I hope one holding a loaded pistol, and the other .,; .y

IBaltiniore, Mxl. of starch per acre. Now compare this with that the attention starch manufacturers at one that was not loaded. ; a

PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON by reputable makers like Steinway Chicker- the return from an acre in cassava planted4x4 The captain pulled a face at this i
J Tampa, March 30, '78. lyr.JOII ingSteck, knabe: but brtagiiir l }Manufacturer who the North inay be directed to the facilities arrangement
T.UIP..I. .\. ..- ath'erti.e $.MK) Pianos for$200,$L50> Pianos for$115, at an average of 20 Ibs. to the hill, will Florida possesses, to induce them to come but he had to submit! ; and the two ':.. ri
\ lUlU PHILIP WTCW. $270Organ fur $6.is Deception and Fraui1 are in all -
s be l Ibs. The starch
54,440 of root. productby men met accordingly at daybreak. The :
t Oo'FICIo mOCK East of the Court House, such aliKtird offer Buy instrument made: by"" oM} here and put up their machinery. They
,t Corner: of r.Lafavnte and Monroe Street* II..t\.Il.JE LAWTON; and always reliable manufacture like our unskilleJ domestic mode of manufacture have the' apparatus and the necessary tact in choice of pistols was drawn for by lot, and 7 I .

.T.rniay. March, Irt, 1R7C: ly.J. Factors & Commission Merchants Chickering &Nn, Knabe & ('0., Hallet&Daviii, is one pouud to five a result in starch of making up, and we can furnish the crude material each holding the end of a handkerchief, the 3
Maine lints.: MaL & 11301i
Mathufhck Piano Co. r
M+ nI t s
JI..WA.LJ... : \\.l'ILU lin, and you will have th
A, WALL;. & WILLIS, 'Xurth fjominrrcialCharleston Jrllarf, i I and please vou tatter every day? for a high rate of product. Reduce that H. MASON, M. D. his trigger but there was no 'report, I -
NO UOtiUS:; Oil llEATTY TRASH of cassaone half and even then we have .. .. and it was seen that he held the empty pis r
Goirfiseloi's house. The Mnkeijn all ---
sold from
& at Law S. O. our names arc on
Attohioy:; Instrument we ..elland full information ai tonunlily the large result of 5,444 Ibs. of starch to Public Lands in Florida. tot Thereupon the secoqds looked at the J

: ; ANDSOLICITOUS durability and'comparative will lie \' I\\'r. compare with that from the potato ot 1,800 lieutenapt making sure that he would evince ..;
Clf.l.1rCEL'1'' Bagg'ng supplied Liberal Advances madeon I. r fully given. To aid purchasers in making/ judiCIOIJH The public domain of Florida is of vast ,
IX "
ILl I have no doubt that when machinery his his .;
selection and secure for them the finest ln+tru- proper magnanimity by sparing aggressor a n
TAMPA VIA.TfTlLL Consignments of'Totton, niCe, and other extent, and will afford homes for all who *
.,- of SOUTH Produce. mcnt7T'ir4; powible price is our invariable rule is introduced for the manufacture of life. But he did nothing of t the cort. CuM- ,. 1
'rBACTJCE.In all.the Cuurti, and to thisite owe Our immense sutcssandincrcasing may desire them, for many years.
{ Y> FLOB1UA ,- < trade. < starch that the root can be made to .yield at scattered of four ly, he pulled his! trigger and blew out thebully's r i... ,
They are over a territory
'. Entrance WI'h-
Office In l>' kbel t on RKKKUEXCES: : the rate of one pound to four. brains, then stooping over the weltering
r a iogton Street. Gmm O we can sell good instruments. cheap hundred miles, from north to south and the
_____ & ) i.EDWIN WHY t
The to the of from
because we Whblenule ealew (not cassava grows height i body he dipped hU hand in the blood .
: BATES A Co. same!! from east to west, and embrace every
A S. M. SPARKMAN A. S. JOHNSTON, President Bank of merck.lgent:+,) representing trtanufacturerainsevenStates six to ten feet ; the top plant is.cut, before and smeared his face with it. There, do
and selling inure instruments yearly than all quality,'from the richest hammock: to the
4 nt L1 ,",,, Charleston.. 20 tf. other S! <.ut&t'nlllt'aler.! combined. A small\ wholesale cold weather sets in and is banked as seed poorest of pine and palmetto. you consider that I hav3 wiped out tho blow .
At.tQ1..n' ----- -- ----- profit tll1l'llh:: iii-triiiiient i is all\ we want. for nextyear" planting. The roots contain I received?" he excitedly cried to the horrified : :
the starch and ire from two to four ,.inchesin They are being rapidly taken ; and duringthe t
bystanders and throwing down his \
\r SOLICITOR.IX CII41XCI:I:1'. Stand from Underand ; pistol .
diameter and from two to six feet in year ending June 30, 1876, more lands
: FT. MEADE, FLA. GOODMAN & MYERS ; he strode! from the ground. The same
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i p "\XTn..L PR.VCTICE iu al the- Court"'of South rrrr Unit LUIWPX&TJ8 Cdll" and wont be UII'Jd. than at ; other land office in the United resignation, soon afterwards I
c I .. 'I Florida.. WHOLESALE drc"' Usual ui in for all 1'inna and Organ wars, are taken from one hill. Select fair pine any became a monk ; but he left in hU "
,i -r- and 1 no ktaitcr shire the prim find bullom, ice aTIGII".r land or hammock break up and lap off in States-more than 250,000 acres having been regiment a legend which w always rcallt.lwhen
Ln.v .<:) ie. i .rIIA.R checks 4x4 feet of the disposed of. This amount was entered as :
place a piece plant it is! sought to point a moral a- to the A.f f
R. Eemvick Taylor, TOBACCO & CIGARS, You hear UM now: ('tilDeand l C iw when YOU get time.LUDDEN i that hits been banked, in the check and cov- homesteads, and represents an addition to the fate which overtake bullied. ',
(.. & BATIKS, Savannah Ua. may
GAIXESriLLK: FLA.BUSIXE8S .... I er three inches deep;j the pieces may be from agricultural population of at least 1,800 ..4 ::000. 1,

e -. before U.S. Land Office at Gaine u. s. MAIL; four to ten inches long according to sue. families. Grape Growers'. Maxims.! _. :

.t- -i/f: ': and at WaAington, D. C. attended 133, BAY STREET. .... The planting may begin in this section the ,This is in addition to the large amount disposed 1. Prepare the ground in fall; plant in y 4
,to with e >edal promptneM. .. ; .
", 1st of February ; the after culture will be of by the State laud office. The Unit spring. ,

'ti- J. J'DfL.EY', 1t Y. FItrLtT.TwwJEY ,SAVANNAH, G.A. I Iv the same as for corn ; in a couple of months ed States still holds about 16.000,000 and 2. Give the vine plenty of manure, old and ..t .' l' 'I
: &.yrNtEY II I ..
rt l the plant will shade the ground and keep the State 8,000,000 acres. well decomposed; for fresh manure .excites t
: Tobacco''F&'torvo.. 8 No. 616 restriction
Cigar Factory The the lands in
holding public
---i.',,r'on.c''s; at LtL1W.bNi'lLLk' :. i LVKCUBCKO,'Vdl* \EAV YORK. down weeds. In October the roots will be growth, but does.not mature i ij. \

t 'I Tampa; March 25, 76. ly. ripe enough to begin to use. There are two Florida exclusively for homestead entries has 3. Luxuriant growth does not always insure r
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------ been and the
--- repealed, as soon as necessary
kinds of cassava : one, the bitter contains
let In the State and Federal Court*- TISON & GORDON.
,mot Y' J irt special attention to-land litigation .' ... prussic acid, and requires to get rid of this advertisement can be made, they may be 4. Dig deep but plant shallow. '

t Utft in the U.S. Land Office, at Jackwnti FACTORSAND poison, a different moae of preparation from purchased: located with scrip, Jand warrants 5. Young vines produce beautiful I fruit, but ; ,
>l Washington, D..C., '
: IS wa Service the sweet which is the kind cultivated in this etc. old vines produce the richest. .

J r The queaU -
.' 'J6r---J1ro.. proportion of starch. In manufacturing, the force, for which the charges are: For 160 the spring to promote fruitfulncs

:, C. R. POST, Commission Merchants.BAY TO '. rind, which is: of a light pink color, must be I acres, $14 ; for 80 .acres, $7 ; less than 80 7. Plant your vines before'you put up trel- '" j ,

t = I taken off, the rest grated fine, mixed with acres: 36.Recent.' 1.lIeS.! ; _,' ,

A Soocenor to Post* HOBBT, STREET, SAVANNAH, GA. CEDAR KEYS AND TAMPA, clear water, agitated and worked over to get I changes have been made in the law 8. Vines like old soldier, should have ,

Tampa April, 8th '76., ly. starch by which entries may be made, proved ] '
.l) all, .the ; this water is poured off, allowed up good arms. '

t GrUOCERASD ECKMA & YETSBUKG\ I VIA M'AXATKK .I ND EGMOXT. to settle and'the starch washed a number and perfected before the various judges and 9. If rune spars to one old bud; for: the nearer "

: l of times, then put upon a cloth and clerks, thus saving the settler the time and 'the old wood, the higher flavored the fruit. r

1 ,. DEALER ISSTestarn BY STEAMER placed where it will dry rapidly to prevent expense of a journey to the land office. 10. Those who prune long must soon climb. \.

Wholesale,Dealer ,ia souring. The resulting starch is heavy, bril- The register and receiver, at Gainesville, 11. Vine leaves love the sun, the fruit t

i ii't. 'Produce, T. jr. C90JIll.A.N. liant, and well suited l for laundry purposes, will furnish the necessary blanks free, on application shade.] r

>. ...-7' .... .DlGoods, Motions &c. the dressing of goods or foi food. 'If desired, and will afford applicant all desir 12. Every l leaf has a bud at the,base, and ',.. !

}; ., 0tfAGAZINE STREET E. IAYMOND.MASTEn. it can be made into tapinoca, which is done ed information and assistance. either a branch of fruit or a tendril opposite

. Savannah Ga. by the application of heat and stirring until l Plats and field notes may be procured at to it. ..
r' : \ TV Leave Tampa TUESDAY foi Cedar Kern, the the office of the United States General
LA.v particles are aglutinated. The refuse Surveyor' 13. A tendril is an abortive fruit buncha -
f_ June 977. tf. Arrive at Cedar Key on WEDNE81>.\Y.
*:w ,F. X. ZIFALEI Leave C-edar'Aen WEDNESDAY for Tampa, pulp and rind is eaten readily by hones aid or at the State land office at Talla bunch offruit a. productive tendril. '

1 .q .gh A. Einstein's Sons :Arrive at Tampa on THURSDAY.{ fc hogs and possesses considerable fattening : hassee. 14. A bunch of grapes without a healthy M
.I Leave IAY for War: Kev.
r ;.." l .:-J.' .. & ZIEGLBR.Grocers: Arrive at Cedar Keys on SATURDAY. 'properties. Settlement and cultivation must commence leaf opposite is like aship at sea without a rud 1
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._,. .,,<, .:iB ,- # Leave C.>lar Key on SATURDAY (for Tampa Arrow root (MaranU arundinacea), from within six months after entry, and at anytime der-it can't come to port. l .
'- .. WHOLESALE DEALERS IN at Tampa on 'UXH.\Y.
: _' ; ':. -' sale For Freight or Passage (having excellent. which the Bermuda arrow root is prepared, after six months residence the settler 15. Laterals are like politicians; if not- .

-. t or accommodations) apply to the Captain on is grown successfully upon most of our. pine may purchase and obtain title to the land. checked, they are the worSt of theivea.
board, or to land. The land should At the end of five (less if the settler
AJafia10F illtES.m LIQUORS BOOTS SHOES & HATS be prepared aa for i years 16. Good grapes are like gold-no one has
", ;of t6 oars r J _R. B. THOMAS, Agent, Tampa. corn and laid off in-rows three feet apart, a served in the war) he It entitled to the title, enough.

f /= s 53. &-55liew, : Levee Notice. small piece of root containing one or more free of all payment, except rees of registerand 17. The earliest grape will keep the longest,

Savannah: Ga. eyes, is planted 18 inches in the row, and covered receiver. for that which is fully matured is easily pre '

I"'verl"ru e- Now Orl eans. CARHART&BROTHER. TWO MONTHS and vouchers after date to the I will lion present Judge of"Probate my ac- about two inches deep the after culture Soldiers are extended special l privileges in served. l i

.A) recent! YOUR ORDERS TO THE in and for HilMnirouch{ County, Fla., for an suficient to keep down the grass and weeds. homestead entries, each year of service, in the 18. Grape eaters are long livers l

;, ;' anuual demon.settlement of the Estate .nt Alexander An- The ground becomes completely filled with war being allowed as a year of residence on 19. Hybrids are not always high bred. : '
Importers of Wool esahGrocers
r, ;Jt wa : &.T MARBLE WORKS J. M. McCLUNG, Adm'r. the root, which are ripe enough in Octoberfor the homestead not to exceed four years. A I 20. lie who buys the new and untried varieties :1 t

,. KEMERY.; Proprietor. Xotu CO and 58 Park Place, Tamp, May 11th, 1$j". 8w. use. Time for planting. February and soldier having served four or more years U should remember that the sel:et's max'I
i; ,.t., 1. 18. Blinds( Sash and Doors for sale at Miller March. Though I have rained! a considerable entitled to a patent after one year's settlement im is, let the buyer look out for hituJcU--\ .. I

... NEW YORK. A Henderson'*.-Jwg. amount of the root, I am not able to say and cultivation. Rural A UltTtcm. ;" It '.
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lf ,SUN LAND TRIBUNE. The InhIroa(1. ; Tim (rul P I'm-iMTt in ?IIa nal et' County. i| We aro fc-t till; Vcnrnihlo.) ; NEW ADVERTISEMENTS I i .JUST ARRW1NG. '3 :

The Directors of the Peace Creek Without indulging an otor-Miigtiinc hope, ;, Tin TAMPV H.l" I.\ ).-After giving I
.. _' i ( Tampa,
=:: -= -: ."- :: C. A. ('li(),\TSOR AT 1 \
XJo" IBId ; .
! -d. PWALLEIItor.. : and St. .fullus Kivcr Itailroad met la.-t Monday -:i (or uuticipnting too extravagantly the expecttd ; -. a verycomplimentary' /.t \\ ."r.1

t-: IV'K. Spencer Fub'rJc'Business I jield. wf ou r pie citand;) fa-t growing: >p< rvinsbiiHj, (JulC"'i/t'tr l \i for which plcn-e ;
: t Manager. afternoon to receive o-ition-. from "W. G.SPRING
{ thank/iidd3 this item 1 .
= -the pro-iH.-ct, are, to say the lea-t of them accept or.i( ) : err1.s.pf1 ,

; JTanaparFla.,'Saturday, June 1: 1878. t Messrs. Van Flee-tnuul Parelow to either contract ,11 Lily OIl"olllgingp; ( i\lIy: when wv retnv I i I Tun 1i.t'no:; ;-A new machine with : .NI H I f'
s' .Jiir I to build'the road or to aspi-t in build-1 ,spect the past when our farms and gardens above name has been invented. It i 5-* claimed tJM1 1. .12
All Bagmen Letter shcald 't l be to-ihe IN CHANCERY -
1ubli. sad Manager* -CxnurjiunicatioD* K-nt* .ic. !to nag it, at so much i per mile. !'Two prop isi-1 i were continually submerged by! the drenching t 14)r} this ingeni'un electric machine that by (i TAMl'A..\. !i, STAPLEFLOUtinn i: D RY.' : .f j .16JfDIrS'

-S. lions submitted and the Directors were ) shower which! 1 battled evjery\ c Hirtat1 I Ifarmillg. i maun (If it "iditorcun bounce bore i! were ; in Fri Me' Slair !
.tbe.Edi .
I. When the whole face of four ; of stairs and; the ftreet 6 2C' lJiJ.ijn.--r.| I : I'
nature i, flights acro-s j GENTS &c .i: IJ
-.- "- ,- allowed! one month to considerthem before Tallll'a, June I..t 1S7.S. 12.JJ1. ,
FIlt.'STCOXGllESHIOXALlHS'rJUC'X.1 Ii was flooded, and every slronm svelezi to it. I: without 1 moving out 0 their ?Cat$. j -

: giving au answerIf,: cither of the proposi- utmost capacity, "wben tock, of every kind I i i r.\Tn Ett ,-,\t.T.- will allow nil to $upsre>t : '- .r- AOLLECTOSR'S SALE.TOTl"l Tin and ) ru :; -'

fr: ;; Coll for a Convention. i tions is accepted il is propo-ed to begin work was pcri-hiug :and, dying on every hand !', hat. In* new invention cannot be pate-nted; .: '... .p 2t LJ '":. .- l
: At of -carlv in the fall and put the road in running ) when hope Ian ui-hclI and tIll spirils of the ,,, MIICC we I have at Collc.0 t Temple I a "Kicka--, Hardwarc Cath" : -
W? 4 meeting the Democratic ExaeotiveComm I: I is IIIIIIIYJIVKX: : : that the ol- O I.I' .
it it 11I ,.t (courageous quailed aa.l quak.'d with: ,hone" -elf-acting at /">'lI'( ai'l that made our : .
; tteo Jbr the First CooJrreA-ional District -j j order with locomotives and cars on a* i is i { : i .1.1.Win: ik-M-rilKil IIIIIJ.: will t..I'f.f.I ut |1iulIiclli .

held this day in Quiucy, it.I\'M cnlercdthato I built from this place.'hat the Directors fear of the dUmal iuiurd..fauuary \lIt'1':1111.l'n':+h'nt a-cend the front -t 'p- : : ('t 1.111, on Irt iI.i! of July, ,\. I).,, I!>78, at the J FURNIT .a. ; I .J J : t ( f
I i is a 'favorite; month with n large i ilI1:1jo.ity I i "double rjiiick" the other lay-the bo-t Jir j (t l'i[ 'nrt burt I lItl cli .'r in Taiuja: I l'la, or M> i, ,
t J : Conpresftional CouvcuJuu, corn p.ed7w may do in the matter, we "do not know; but : of planters iu thi county for. planting I 1 I in (;Ja. had gained arce to the lawn nan! doclinel I'nuuli t II.J'\(.r, r will 1 lit nl''t'Ntarto jar the) BRIDLES .0,_Cal :. ':- .

;; :. .of.deIegate to l he apjointetl ll l Iy and repre cn- according to our idea of the cost of 'building corn ('ni1)-, the! attmdatit: nil\6ll:1g'of :': ,I III.I leave tl/l( /, Df- 'I I iiiiniint (Ir taxitliily nn l"t i agnitt.-t "aiet l Inn !Ii, I r --- '. '
't t1g the severtl eountie*:of the First Conpre /r.OllWU"I.- I to:ttlti-r with the c .t of Kite and lvi-rli-in<* : 'lv ,
f. that which have boon by theory'and din ![ :
railroads, we do not think tither of the proven : ,
>ional District of Florida, do convene at 3InnF on-trated '. Dutwearo jazrire. Win. riman: "h 1Clf: X i K: J. et'. t V, T :"Ji', IIM V' ';. ", -J $
) 1
by cxpcrienc; .
,, CO 0
.ticello,4a Jeffor.n Tluiis th >oaiuons i?, by means, extravagant. Mirry -- : ) 41) urefor Iii ,( 174-75-71) 77 $ ."0. '
county, cn ay, Qilth jroj any : : ; ; e.tN -> f.. -
1 1 learn that t failed. in ,: :.
to a t'ho.h:1'ing :J: G 'R
: Uay-of July next at 1 1 u'clock.R. m, It may be true" (lull, if we Iwid plenty of I their planand expectation. and loo-ing i', lr,-tt.ami. Touching 3IuI 1 Stor\''. C> nis i'larlf! -Fiic acres in X W'J of X WI}L-. I' .;. ">11-

io nominate a candidate t> represent said of to build the road ln" I II I i A car-load mule-j from the far \\- :> :J lT2t4,1; l!>-jli'J'i., 0 .
money our own our sight of the fact that: nli noble rflortI: I I of .
JDistrict the 46ih Cemgress and to transact unloaded here l.i-t week. One of them I W. JI. J 1IIIII-W: i (..f SV }1. S itt, T 31', I U 17 : ;
these I ilious I merit ; often nlRidict il I at I lat I 1 : w J
: prop? might not t'enJu : though (N> pn-vail. .'f i) :,,'rn'Ii.: o.SG
; .such other before iL
gj L as may cue became t and converted thtir lido sijrhu.l a jrrtvu nettle II\I-!" and ru-h(il hungrily <; \ I
.- The in the Convention consideration ; but under the circuni-taneea II i pOJI\.1l'l1t, I|I \Vin. EIUII1I1'I-I.I1: : Xo. 4(;.S 1'J/f: II IS; 80 Doors -
ralioofrcpresentaton into lint all iuhmut towaidr! it for: a liisoimi-fe f >,. I lie n'p : ._
: percmiial > as ; ,
L kf nvill be one vote by each county for everyone when outside assistance is of the uie>.-vital r rI j pa".lurc" > ''' pd' off a memthful of the elegant plmt.thew-j 4' :1.tl'--1.1; tl. FERR' :: : .
I have their exception-, tlu -e ful till that r
: ).1"111: (Jr. -X 1 i.f X \V J, (I leno acrw) S -
1 bundred and fraction ever lifty DemocratiCj.votes irufMirlancv, the Directors will do.wdl, iu our o.l it a moment, spit it out, bit Ililll..Jt.an.I'1! ./ .
We ". 1tames '
the >
-- I otlice cx( ptio are not among 7; T a, I II li ; GO iM-rtT-->l1.: I. f j .
::: cast by the couulie?, ret-j>ex lively.1 I opinion to avail themselves of all the lid' that I i kicked tnoeif i he wa-. dreaming ; took of"K
tho-e who believe (('t'rIflillthat }happen (1 p KUIU'fC'r-l'art i of S 12, T 20, II IS ; urr ; .
'-Concjessmen nt the' election in 1S7& 1 I they pa--ibly can .get, even if they do have -' i i- t for the h.t. hut wciire fn'tll sic- other! 1 bile, and t then with quiveringlip, :111-1 :;O. .C'r\- .'I 1. Om : !
, 1-.will entitle each. in the District I.
j county '. kiio klg3 our bJief iu the lecoguu..l f.ict 1 the tear* conrs5ui; in tm.r'llts down hi- (' Win. .\. h'KaJ-S !I t\\.1.1\11.1 i W j of-i KI '
for it in the
'. tto the following representation, to-wit: I to pay a pn.t.ty.roulld price long that a very large percentage-of I ppa rat;t calamitit5 i helifte I up his \voice and, brajcd a bray ot i :I, S ((1 T: :12, H 17il3S :UTI'_$4.5u. TOT 9 gallons. -

; : Escarabia. &inta Eo-a t>, Walton C, ru u. 1 that befall U-, are in fact, blcj-iiig." I I unditi5cd I emotion. A peculiar blaze about Thn.. II.1\uil.t.-I."I" awl l3, Hlock- for the And Fan; ron

:i.'. : : llolme, a.JlintonI., Jack&on 14, Cal- The road *s what we want and mu-t hn-c.1| iu l1i-d'alt out u- ii harmony I t the head warocorii.ed: ; by an old c
.. loun, franklin 2, Liberty -Wakulla 4, upun by, which showed that the mule had! Hannah Knyi'I-L"t I.I. IIO'k <> .SJ.03.Vatlc pint tlieeojjceroiSrf 4 : I
t. : and it iu'elcs-s for us to cavil about it- cost I with the stij .rlative wisdom of the ( ;trea'tDipJner i ;I ,
i c cGadsden 9, Leon 10y-3t; < ffi11t 7, Taylor U \ 'I..rI.lIt. 'X 1t, 1 I'.loe-k: 0-JU1.M tct1.:1.
been here bug and[ this deep'emotion ----
: 3 L 5 Hernando Ilill-bor- or growl about who is likely to make money of all thing Audit,I i> 111 I thi- 'i ago .ixe-y \\'h i 1 J.I It n-X E 1. S 2
Lafayette vy 1 \vano:; .doubt cau-e-d by the creature ln XpC'l"tclh" I 'CO ,
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which the Ihll-:1 :
'II !
IInt'al"throurh t 1 ; : $
to lowetrate7
( -; recent fury : tli.r ; 4-7t-7)---13.U :H
: ., tOQgh-aSumptcr 5, Polk 5, Monroe, Manatee out of it.i COll trll'tiun. The simple jue>tioiifor I Ii f finding him-t'I1' amid tho s.CtIIecVtrdLt i ., '. ',
i which we have i}a=t bJongat W. i War.I.'n-S: ] oS W l.S1sT1.fur : U 17. I
3.The. ; the Director.- ('t1n.-jd r are, whether the f lea-t thii i- our opinion: ba-cd upon the following :I he Inl 1 v.'hi led away the joyou*, innocent I f the \\-arl Pt cj; ami 1 h;;.) hO :ru-re-i- >4.7.j. \\I J=. f" J!

: _: County Democratic Executive Comjnlttecs road can lie built independently of oiit-ide reason( *, and! ultimate t conrlu-ions : I luiur- of hi- (.hihlll..I.-Firridilll.. Simati )[ltr .IU-% W i ofV! W J, S 1.;., T 2l), .K qeor.la ; ., .

: throughout the Dirctil: at otc : l F- I 1; ill acre--*::.<)!. / DEALERS IX
aid, and whether, admitting it can, their lack j Fir-t It will he noticed that curn crops ; -t..j1.\
: call : IWS.
1-- 5 rocee-J to organize, primary meetings I OnetiiikiauwattLt ; 1 an.l 2!, Bltxk 3 ?1..Y2. :
experience in railroad matters might i though ('on-iderably. belated are not )lurwise -, t 1)1.-: G'ool r ?
ut. I ,
iu j
and conventions their .
county rpcctivi injured. We lll'lill.- much will -) 'I.in i.in Orlando in feeble health.I I Owner unknown E \ of X W $, !-ve 4. T 2S, f .'
: \'.. 'f'counties to elect suitable delegates to the in the end make the exp.u-e of its cou-trtic-I j com 1 1STATI K I 20} t I far je.ir-se.fiS74-7.V7C(;,) 10 acre*-$ IM.ncr f.- ;
be hanesieil( thi- uual.Neither,
a.- I : ouiv woitli &'cciits
; Convention, etc. liOn greater than it would bl1 by accepting i I have the growth of- potatoes and; ice .1 I.in -0all.; are per .OZl'III'Ii 1t O\- ul1knlwnE t > 17, T 2;, U 22 ; (for Clothing / :I :
;_ full is all timc crop- : I. N- :1
As a representation at tlc- .. I the -Ir' If -74-7"-7tt(; !UiOain.14X5.;( : .
either of the projections submitted by tho-e I been retarded: hut rather accVlcratod.: The, 3
'c .iirnWe and necessar}* to give proper ex'es- i Talaha.--ee fo'. I:. P.\I KI.\S. Hoots and Shoes
-The Fla. J'atriof' has
of all other bon thegioatct I i stispenled. -
ions; to the sentiment and wi-hes of the gentlemen ? It i is a very eay thing to build | cane crophave1} crop-, 1
]11- C ilK-otor: U.Ai-nuc, I J11..1)(1wu! C'uunty. "
i I I MillVrir-j as' *, ,
: Pie, ills respectfully urged1 upon the County railroads at a minimum: l'o-l on pa[XT, Iut' ; I luiiiKroupatchi -large I ; T.iinp.i, June 1-t, 1'1';S. ttUNOTICE
Executive Committees move promptly and; in other I aud small I I one-, i in which, only i l au occa-imal I I Columbia) county i< experimenting in the --- I- -__ Hats of all land. l i
: : we ojiine that as big cuterpri-es, i, stalk is be I
d.'inon-tiatc HOLDERS'
to t-oeji fully
stray ; culture ol ihe tea plant. TO
and lull and .
energetically thereby *
e lIre a
: : when it ( | > the practicalvarkinCrs! iyf ) and thu. itnll beeen.,lhat tlu1 nerallv **" *
-4 r 'efficient representation of their respective g '*- -.iMadi-on county ii' building nt biick Scrip.Tallali.io'Msv Hardware Crockery and Tinware .. | ;
: the thing be found that the actual j prevailing ojiiuiou that lilt ]lo\w-t bottom; : Greenback j 13
L counties i:. C. Lon, C ,urt 1I1111l' :
cost over-runs the estimates ; and to build a j land.- ace at all tim v> an.l H'SOJthl' houiaof 'I ':' 4j '

.ClulI'u. Ex. Cum lit., Cjnyrcithntit District.sQ" railroad with a minimum expenditure of cash t the Mijjar cane i is forever ex tiuct. 1 If you {. -v Hllle'; colonI 1 rhil 1 w.is benton to; death 'fla\.t"t:1'Itt'/'i: On'J
Q May 1.1, 1878. 'I had s-ujrgthtejd: to any ot our ivto-t cxpcricac; d byjts iihniian: : : mother near IVnacola.The : 1 10.7S. J JAjcti
( by the pjople is the problem we arc trying to and farmer.- that in ordor'lo .. -. 1j. I)1 tlIOElt"t, : 01-' ('> TIOI..un'. : I
t expert j-e-cuie i\\ \ Groceries. Provisions I
:V Xoti(-(. solve. *I KI'II111 1 1.ling helU in .Jl'k''III.I.. \r 1rr; IIt l, IiR111itbt1y knllwn tASi11i ""irl'nblll.k ,
I good crop, it wa* n.e.-s-ary to jihint hi, (\11.' .
: The Democratic voters of Ilill-burough : i \ille 1hH'1I? broken up by the authorities.Itev. 'I : ." arC' r.tlll"'I'f1 t? lir-4&.nt' the"iainC at Ihii or- -" t'
I the of b.-d
upon top .ai large u a* Iu conhi tit' fur ctraiu.tUiii: by 111\' (.Ulllllli".ion l.roviJ.,1hy .

L -. ". county, are hereby rjsj'ucstcd to hold primary .National Quarantine. j{ make with & plough, he would have I thought I E. }/AWlbeiy, of the Florida ;j ('hl\II.'r ::UI, .1.\he Itws tlf F'loriihi,4p 1'. 19-20. :'ev Go0dp4; ", J

jncetioga in their respective election.',districts Dr. John Witodworth, Sii]>crirg .SurgeonGeueral -!1 i you a lit subject for the r.tarc.-t lunatic a-y- C'onfVrcucv, dieil in Tallaha-tej on the 'J.Jil; L-77)). 'Y

-. : .on Saturday June 15th, and,elect delegates Marine i lititi' Then if you had Miggjstitl to him the I nit.I 'Ciilli-ctow f-f t.n'uuban' I cm in-truttcsl not Received and will t:
; of the.. luspilal l Service, t6ncciemh wamnw for Tax:uftiy'July 1I. I, weokly, ba sold .
fh'(<:,ity of running a good, de\p ditch all -Billy!! Uii'tfr, an Indian, ; from the Everirlide .
them in I 1 17t, '" h.ive lnVnixaihtne'lanirnj'pro\
to represent a County Convention, to and who has been charged with the execution j I I mi ( hey : .. .
around. the patch after thin planting: ho I h.n* bevn aimi-iug! thI!,}> of or. l by the ('ummi".i.mrll'i.lt.,1 bv the law a'llIrl'

i-_ } .. .be held at Tampa FJorida, on Saturday June of National Quarantine Act under the eliI j! would have: felt like a""hlinc l.eHII1'Jliu"iilh I Ja nc!Ill. fcrr.i! i to. WAI.Ti.it (;JWYXX, Trt"a.\lr'r. .-A.ttraeti.ve. Price "
IV: I :52nd for the purpose of apjxuniirg! the rection of the Secretary of the Trea-ury, has :' the toe of hiboot.. l But -omc will 1 be- r..tdv '-rn.h .t of ('harles K. 1)vktJr.itl June Irt..is;.;. -w. .Iii PS r'J J
Hyrd, son
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!' --;. *. .County Delegation! to the Coggrjssional Convention i 1 to -l\'that we may. ('\'\ ajaiti have another TilE IIWIIT MAKKCT' PUK'KS PAID FOR
been making a tour in tlic Southern I (iulf I? ; ) iu Talilhll'e on Ibih, tilt.-a!cl 1 o Notice. I I
at Monticello Tla. July 'llth 1878 'I imilar' 'Il'lI.. "That iooir.vt, but it j i-, no A
ami Atlantic citiesifor the jfuqxtae of confer-, )('IU- '
and to transact such other business | argument whatever, we in"vj l< >r<' !t IKMear.. 1' S. i.\xi II orrur, > I Ii Country: Produce :
as. may lug with the local Health authorities, to as I i and he who \\\i -Tlifr authoiitie- Citlar KCall,1 Iriiandin.i .
plants crop* as though! lit I (i"illl:"\ilk 1-1 i..., May Is-tli, I.-;.-. j

J J : come before said County Convention. Tampa to arrive at something like a uniform "J stim 1 e-xpecu'd such sea-ou* will !Ill' like-nwl To the ha'e put' .in ioreetrinn'ciit quarantine COMPLAINT iixvixu lir.i: :x iixrr.KKi: : All in -taroh trt'Il' i i HlS would do well ) i *

.t ,.Fla. May 28th, 1878. .ofQuarantiue/ II wi-l' man that built i I his hou-e putt tuo rook. I ivsul.itionT'ie -. I \I"\. Uu.l.o.l: M. Wellf II illLuntii t.> phe1 IM a rail U-fon l'urcLi.-tnfr; .. '"JIt.-rc.

: JOHN Tj Lrei.ii-, An {IZ. of prevc'itijn I i In-iler i than :'I Ib.I .ol'cun I ;h ('UIII\'. Ii. ., ..ifj.un-t I H.un""lIlm,. f>rj"S "
1'roh .II 1
&l n"Cr'th. 1 : m.t'ry'J
of Juhn! *
Sim eol. > : :
"If the a umcs charge the f hanging m, ( ) eon ,, .. >
goxeruuicnt i u>ii >uui hi< I(( :: u-.nl Kniry.: Xi; 21!+:>I, !iatiti .
: : Chairman, Co. Ex. Committee. quarantiue regnlatiutia will be uniform .. \icte l of rap on :chili:, took place. at IVnaiolanu 1.trulr.1. l-7''Ii. IIJMUI ilu. lot Xo. 4, Xction li ,. uin eXre.t 11 inlay.Iljiviiswordi 1 .,

: '. rJ. C. BROWS,Secretary.Anaemic ,i Then it N a self e\idnt fact needing no ,- the : ith! nit. TnwnhI1ulh:, ; Il.uuf2ijr.a I:
-. -_. .-, .- _. throughout thc'cuulltry., and this altlIcilll other argument for it support! than tIlt simple (''iiiiT\- t-l.i., with a'i.icw U; -aioi-llaion? tit"aid I & l'a;tiuiiiit .
'- -- -- -2tEr.[ and l I Dr. llnv'i Tallaha- ,
: ; I; Honorable. bo a decided advantage to large cities on the | facts of the ease, that the ex|pMith'C'of. Jlttiny of entry! ; thv -.iIil l jirt'< are lu n'byninmioniil to njil i V it .
i iatmers of 1 1678 will bo of incalculable benefit -ee, (. exchangedhots: in that tit) a. few dav-!! l'\. on tin21!':h '!In! JIIIK-. l-7\ ts. ri>if*iiil :and '
the will I
IN i iS
southern unices
coast. ,
,; ; Having become convitu-e that we did government ,' them through Mihe iicit I litv and I I a;", no ii.jnr.ige.: furnish it,::im"IIY <.ineir.niui.l alleged almndon- -
to :
when provided the requisite | ; nic.t Il"tClrlt'm.. I t'. I'.riiwn.: K-j., at hi. olKc.in :. I
,1 : ; pa-: :Jlon. 'C. W. Jonas, our able Democratic Senator iiccCK-ary appropriations traii-niitted to pl.it'rily. will pn.ve alikbeneli.ial -.' I I"r| <1. tioiiand: l dollars: have h11ub-* Tampa| l-'la. 'j-O"T--a.- f

It: : in Congress, au injustice hi our i iuc of are made by Congrcs*, erect suitable -: } to fafure generation ; -i-rilted fur the'LulltllUg, lit a I It. 1 It. fionj: OaIti J. .\. I.EF.! !t'i-ur. .
& I the 13th of April last by attributing to him hospitals and other buiKlings at the sta; t conc'.u-ion: I rqivH what, -tatisl l iu tlubeglaninir I: to Sih-r Sprlujj. IriliX V \l 1. XtM.T.IMSJIU Hl-t..iv r. I -

if -4J .a sectional l favoritism for another j portion of .lions aud assume all cxpec '." that crops iu thi comity are .-imply I j -The thcrmonuttr lu* l Iwt' a-s high a. .Jano_ l tt 1>7-. l\v :- l-:1; :. 4

: 7' '- the State deem it dutto On providing; these stations, with the ia'cesary } t'ncouwgng.11I1: while I write lu-night. ;i":91> i-a Jacksi millc la-t week. G :nso\vr* to > .L l <, ; Jj -
: ixUilr
we our publicly r I
; the low huii4 clt ud> are ge'nly: tueir t Ek \
pnurimr ,.
: means for disinfecting, depend ciitirlv.in : ; [ this tUielur.i% i it i i.< cooler. i
the and ncknowlcdge _: \
.recant charge "
; r our er- garnered fullnevj down: which many: nf our ( i -
: record judgment, the necessity for and utility : -Hugh liiown Jr. of f Vjlunibia! C >. i icharged isj [(\i''i! ii-j:tUin 4V.uk -treeI.]
: ror. We find by the which has been cropwvre bocinning toy-el'I ; inlu ;ho TIN & I ilAR1)WXRE I ; 1

t : .submitted to us; that we were ogregidaely.mistaken of a national fllluautillc.y.tcln.. It is "imj out look I fur ,Ianah.l'ollnry: ju pr.'M'nt i ihopeful. i- i j will) the i.turdei Of' I Dave) II Walk-. 'LUIP.I.'L.: .\ J '. :'ll'I.m.rtl "

; I. aliundaiitull ;: U', and'! i- now in J'liItt like City, !KA.r'U! IX ALL KIXIH < >FHARDWARE
I becjtu-e of the smaller < prumi-ini IH r'
citiehaving croj I
iJ. in our impressions, and take p5casijre ly many ] I A :i-rortrjcn: ti.s aa.l !II ar.tw.--.i e rry -

i :' in assuring readers of the fact.- We a con-idorable commerce with the 'Y c.t India :1! fiuit ire'e> groaning I beneath I tu-ir! jionderuu- I| The.St. .1''ihu4 railway: company: : i ine 'it .. .i te-H-i ipiioii. KvTtneiitf taakWnl; {-tg. tilt I
7 ,-'--_ Islands aud South American Suiteare; I!i loads of fruit cattle upon a I thousand! hills : ti.itin; !for the building! a ?tam to run :I t'hurn". "i\.l.. dpt r,, lIllldl .nfu,. wahr t't101..r.o, kl.NC

:. .roay.-have been llie first .to publicly charge : i I 11': -onti] tir leek. and I fat: t, and I. .with i the addnle i j t fioia .lajksauville: to Tocvoi. j ', II .tun' 1.ilol.t.nll"'ln' 1"'I'l"'r 1'.Xl.. l"ltatn graten' .
4 unable to provide thcmelve'with all the '* \WI .-cktiL4ii. cak.'lioxc-i. it-I'y cu.ni the Senator with sectional favoriti-sm, but as / >t of' the 1 tIlW I.lII1l'rpn'tlwu of n ;"111.hu.klchl'rn' f I 'i) H.I-C-
: I -- A Colored man nam:*\ ..Tl'rr.r1l''it* !' t'0141it4. otlif-! -prinkle'r I>"'vtr t pcl nail,''aL; ..
: had heard the charge'pot necessary: buildings d(., ic.1'1:1':1.1I.: : -.1111' uIi.NiiI.E1V. .. '
: I tie unfrcxjuenth j \'IHt"lrnllk] lay ; made in private convcration. it paemeil to cient .nd ucces-ful quarantine: station( thatit I Your- lu--i: celluHy, I KHaxille nda&\ killed b\' a pa.s-iii train. I r.i; 'ILIHI': : II vui!:, ,"VUK hut St: I-AHIV..N-: i I ..i ,'r'. \:.\!>-r j 1.':-, 1I y-ur t.rnt! r .Ji) hl".'- tea anti
: (t IK | TIII--: < hi lAUKs t ;JI.Kl:1n': :! -- r.ilc: s.LULi.tSitirw.'i'd .-. Lr-MHtii'l; r1t&T4. '
r. be the prevailing opinion. -Saii-fie-d from is desirable for tingeneral, govcnnmnt to i IHu t l'l.tl';'. p
-_ y! .kll. Manatev county t'la.Iing. I "'l't : [rl'11I'hnof: Jetlfcrsda county, j "
the evidence before us however that there have anything to do with it at all. There .__ tllfe TIiniTjrA Ui'lATir Wfiilvinripa Roofingand'Cuttering i -
I 0- favorably f: mentioned! a" nominee ol the (tj1 Stove: lllirvdlut nJd'JAndiu' & nuJljaiVdlo.

lI- .;. .is not the slightest ground for such a belief, can hardly be a' doubt;. but that if all vea-eT- : counterfeit: SIno oftheMercniiuts' I I Ite'pnb'L'an: } l j-arty, of the 1st Congrea-ional 'j : 4 ;
rous ) mtj j1 ( '..,'ryw.iro. T.il.lf a'i I l'. -!. t 1'itUry:: (inn. I) me tt' Onhr, nol all work WARRANTED., -

:a r -- we take pleasure in di-tabusing the minds of arriving from the West IndieMexico and Xatio-ial! Hank of Xe.w; lU'ilford.Ma li-trict) for ('ongressman. I I 1'i-tiil-! ; :AniLi-iuhio.i, :.iiul I 1....!.>. A eh! .k\.: ;lI'i.I j ; ui all an.1 l viniin: : nur.ttn-k *. j

I .. ,; .the people of such erfoueou impre,:ion in .South .America \\erpproperly .disinfected, j : ,-.?and on the Secoihl National llauk ofVilke.liarre I -St. AugiHline 11:1- bjiMLiteilliy the : t
:;.1 -' ..:' assuring them 1 that I this 'acknowledgement I is and other nece-sary precautions taken- to \ I'a., have recently I been put iucirculation. fire ficii:I, which 'II1tI.(1( in the burning c.f > Farming; implements: COOl\ ; .AXI ,V.\IIlXH STO\"J, S ,

i (i =; ', liuade Nit,) after overwhelming and e'UVIhC-' scperately segregating the K.'k ami tiuacelimatel \ Tlu're arc in cireulaiion I l.- (jtl) i I 1 lo; I lh_.ii-5>, lo--i $70,0')')It i), j It \wacancd i ii :MK'I iTruI'L.w .. I HiuVc.I .- -"I.I-j I Uiko-. I Ol' AM..K< .AVI l'VTKRN-% .

;df genuine notes of denomination: of $1 ill on by the bur-fin'; of a kvro-eiie lamp. r/.V WARE i Jltil'AI/iKIt I AT I TT1'L. .
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in with
l accordance : i
that In principles now 1:1.1
-t .ing proofs we were wrong. raying 11
: the Merehanto'National Hank ot NVw l ld
miliar to the Medical "dbfcn'r -Chn;. )Martin fomurly! a 1UlillTi.. rI Ropes Paints find 011.Di \ () 1 1K.
.. ;.' this much we are but following the cour-e of profession, foid and 1 710 i; 0:1: this S-vond Natinnnl, H-ink ,
: i bttwfco Ojalaiiud }rotk"'illlJld.'r! in- t'.. ';S-t(
... duty and'honor from which no gentk-man would never be ititrotluccil into the (Tnitei1Stal 1 of \YiU"l.l'lrrc.11: notes. of tin dciiomina- I, i i _E.h. __,__-_. .____ 1

: '\, -_ ''Wouldilliugly depart '.-, ant! '.ur roa-twi-c iait'ur''lul.1. i tion ilSUM I ). ptpipiiiting' ) tu l II i",uuil by the .Ii.trll.'lIt.t I Iv fire: I.for S. robbing.JIII:,. nl the.T.ll.I.'HII\"II1 mail, pluid, anda jruiii\! : Goods, Notions, M V.E, JI. l'. JK\KX; M. !), ".' .k
1 bank- namedhould I lie u'.u-til awl Ioldrsof .
;\t:; affirm that Fl ri,la well bejiroud h be relieved( much vexation' and 1 !i : : v.-itfiict'd to AHutny 1\. V. 1 1. 1 Dentist, Physician & Surgeon.
Again we may C.JHHO.Ve 1 them 11.1II1,1c1I.1,j them to t the! truislin del- IVuitentury. "r j' P.m.-: : -.h.|| .. '. t II I It-. ( Ip-' 1'iarx I ;"" !11'tuh'dl! ..-.

:: .- of her able leni< cratic Senator, and \ have t-vtry confidence in the couipi'tcncyi lartllll'ut Wa-hinirtini t for it'dcnaitiuii.; oue .ear. .\ln"c .ii Ii.mil ;iiilr.n.x.i.I ; : UJi, -ti|>|'IK .. .l rXi iI i-

ve doubt not that the people of this State f I)r. \.\"IClllwortlt111) \ hare no fears- but. :j-Tho comptrollpr of t th''urrrt.cv will itliertalLer I' -- --4.--- --- j Groceries &L Pro"'J"isilS. NEVE & JENSEN, ;
I cn.vr.i: _:.'I yivs.lu'HaJ. ;i I
that he will hi* be-t elKuts! iu making the i!i i-siu- tIIih of that d"iiomiuitiou to 1 ? .. ,
'413 'will have the diiccniincnt to continue, 1 for a ue 11' \\hiili 1 l. ,' L t II-\UI-IS) :
t.'rl' li.r O-h
i : i '.is: |'ii.-i-: nr Jit |,
national tilicieut.X !j I the hall k- aaaaai.I. -B:(' j'.wk'\r.llIf, Ljui-ian.i e.irJ'L ,. ." I
PS long series of3'c-.l to avail th'I) .clns of quatautine! ., I 1'r'i.lin' .1 1 ln! 1'.11')1": ,I
I I e bag i fnh": ha- been confirnKd as Con-til! -
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1$ hi able perricea the United *
. \ j I SiiAir. rou ( ..I INMV I :.- JIrn..1till tfJn !! -.I-.lnqll'll I. ; .

,:: .ate.. .-\v Pot* Ullllh'. i! A/.irsay-/ : the i'rea-nrv I D-pafmu-nt h.\: pom. BLACKSM3TH1NG. I

,f ;T We arc rcjoici-d to -'e the ftll\\"inci new ; tlliiu:nlty. in t lie puiclia-e, of .-il cir Inilli'tu.- j I i -1'he I hoadpn l'illlys that -KnjjJand; i i I Jewelry, Fancy Goo
from eli Alabam.H In mi. ii.ui xxu'i t hiI I .M' treil t- .1.! illvuir.L
; CO H'IIt1UII. ha.nothinjr to leaf : or i. i :: "pr : > : 1
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. -tE County jvt rOUt: in Siiutli Florida adveitUcd 1 b\ 1 for mining) pin |Ieu-t. 1'ar'ie-. owning bullion) 1 Fcniaiifhel'niled Stiteaill) da it- killltit, IL.\I: 1iT I ll I I \1 ;. \ I I : i I ETC.:, ETC. Tr', .

: As will"be! FOCII iu ihi* i,?ue, the Chairman the I*. O. The wrxicc ifrom wanted hold I l lot; it, a- the I bullion ::atainon : duty. \\ Uli.ll: HX' J, ifX <)MlTlllXi.!, with di*- I I -
;?f i : tof the Democratic Executive Committe-c. l'partiuc1t. i IHI average aboutivty i pe-r (u nt. of silver (tofoiiy i I| -.Jud_ e HL'hter{ of rixth '))h-triet ("?urt t.ar.-h; '!'in,! 1!h i '.':. Mil.lt .a l. rni-. ,, l'\I.'itlnttl.ntiln given tn the l'U u'ojsIN. .

i : Qctobcr I-t, IfT.s, t to. Juno :30th, 1n., ., ; )por cent. gi)14L1 I I The Ticn!Uiy would t I, j of New Udl'm"l IKH reJ'u-cd a mantlanu to fvt .\ _'H.i -upji'v-'! ..l \\". ::"II-, ( .u:*, luirin! )
thit county, calls on the Democratic rs From Tampa by )Iuil{- Store ((kill City 1 \\"I'I'III.nrc'I''n,' 1 11"\111.I I'l. .i i \ :.rive IIHit: :ill.M PliysiYiuiis' Prescriptiof
; huw8Vf-rj fur it only in the! "tandardil! t!compel lhedw,1, Hoard tu>' adiitit tvlo.'ed! 0
". H' ::ili. 7>--I t
I of the various Precincts to hold primary and I'eiiallK to BlView, 70 mile- and vor dollar, and t the bullion 1 owners I hud I tt, dJiidrcu. to white sclvoU.} > OKVEIi
.AXI 1iI.l.JNU' ('flXT1'V
'cnt* : 4 loectingJ ou the loth, iut for the. purH] : of back, twice a wvck, in ?:\ft' anTt snitablchteamlm.it5. make tin1 bt of these* turnor ]keen their -A I London ill-pat cit -ay-< that: after two i The National Copying Company, 1 I

/ ding Delegates to the County Convention I # v ; wan'Tin- '':.ii It i- I that tin Tl JI-urv g'.1( Tr.LTii: riLi.r.i, ixnACTKf: >, an"0. !
1 interviewwith the ( I D.ikc of Athol "
lU'l'U.IIC! '
.\TL.\\T.\EO., ) :I (IAITr.KTii I : M> (CI.l..ttl.ollJo: > BASEin i i,1WZ1' -
r : .to \\te held here on the M, in.-t. for the pur- Fmm lirooksville, by Anclote, to (Clear: all the }bullion il wanle for the -ilvt-r dollar, : .uldie,""l a pubiu-! nievtiii; declaring the HH'TYi lh )t..--. iMMiMc rnpnntrafl'I. SATISFACTION -
b k or -ilveT o.rtifirltl'dh.h, i pn-ft-rn-d ht t the Y I\L\I.d: I.: IMCITKIXi
-i ;pce of electing! Delegates loathe 1ir t Congreesioual Water; ILvrbor C.; miles :\nlllt:1Ir OIK-P a : ehier.4. projwet.Dr! jHate more favornblc.; 'II i .u_x -i 1>.k- Ii.\.. 'd111"1'! .'.tittI l, making i I, til'\I\"T.ItI.; : '
I.i I. I \\\ are al-t> i-re' aretl to ih) all ruanne-r of work
? Convention to be he-id-at Mouti.cellu week. j. I : -' .. 1 -I It t irtated thaturet ayeutof thKu: .- Beautiful Unfailing! Pictures I intheJewelers' .

: uu the 11th of next month. From Bro.k5vil1l'; by Stage IVivl to Crytal -- i, -rThejnt); )-peclfor 1 ::(-(' ill 1:In rope are ( siau ( ;,'rnmcnt are in Virginia (City, Colorado anil putrhi tht ni in li.uii1-. u tjoiu-s at a \ersngiMI.rste and Watch Makers Line "

It is highly important that the Democracyof ;I brighter than tiny liiu: boen l for -omo' time i( pr>.I j-aryl to fit' -h Ictttrs of maiqtie ,'"t.111I'1 t.vt rv 1lltIih'!' Jaw "mall i .
Uivcr, :3" miles and baclc ( a week. I'le'tiirv- dear .i\lati\f- lriiIelUur! ImnjiHH
should remain in solid ; nje ; Ia'i.. A ,f\vorablo: ; mlll'oion.Olilt. to bei l to a privateer; which i- s-ail.from ,- an ALL,\VOKK WAItUAXTKD. .
.I."U.I. "
of South be Front Tlickcrt4t\t'n. by Flat V jril, to I'caeeCrtxk 1 i h:Pd ll1l1 jjood. rollllll". ctrywhfrre ttval l. j r uu-inco: ', in the i\ent of war. :t> : .r, '\. \\\\ln\ (Ilo'M tI""y( ) .\>'A! OAUlVlTII(, at you the 1\U We invite a'tt-ntion t J our S'rOCK. wcf'TUll1"l.

1 ; phalanx, and this can only accompliihcdby 4 miles and back, once a week. I !.nrdiu; the rc.ultIf Count lhIHI'allJtr.mi"i'HI. i! -l I r..J. C. Cook of Columbus! ( i ieo. wai ( )tIj-e. who will tak- pleasure in -howinifnu, sam : -\l', 2 I. T" I tf.

$$1: i : i -'.- maintaining OUI party organization. To, From Manatee, to Helena, 15 miles aud 1 1j .\tad it i U further -aii l t lint: a 1 perfect hot and killed by his brother-iu-law, Charles ; |-1-, I1n.l ,\ill tak.- your iii.uir.-. liue tlii'ni TpU-.l ELTTEEJ: 1 .

4 1 r" j jnake the next Houe of KeprcsenLativesJlejmblican back, once a week. *" :i: j understanding e-\i-t- !HIWit Kuglandj '1 1 .Martin. The latter cahj! that he committid anil fnlarjiitl h.iiidtoiutnd to -nil: you nnfjilnti anil tltUr numorial-i them to of yonlartft1 .\'in ,.1

the Iladical will forth j j :tn.1u-tl'ia. -o that IIii--is; in a.:ri'eiu2 with the deed in surreirden-d .vonrfritnils. _/
::4 l}arty put From Ilron-oc to Crystal Kiver 45 miles I selfik-fen-c. I lie ;

.every pxertion to carry as many southern, and back, once a wvck the former, will al-o aprree with the latur.I : iiiui-i4f: but wa-s "ranted: hi- libt.iiy. ;, L OnkrI'liiitil fr.nn town "r.untrvr in I 1I'rlIawl. r
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1'.lk. )1tIat 1 C..unlit".
I : fir LIII.I'oroiigh
I : Congressional Districts as possible, and we: From lay| View to Clear Water Ilarljgr, -'t There have I been further t. I'icttincnt l mail hit ) l''L -
( mile-s'ahd back week. I -Late reports froir the \r c".crn tornado : no difturlunce-4) we. lay <* haveifca! .
j. : ; oucc.a
:- : : .nerd not.flatter ourselves that, there.\ull. be,. repie-cut that the Ia- to property ami life in the strike district of Kn latid on account :Ith'nl j..n. j
From Punta Ka-'m IeW I2o (
to .
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: II'TII.I.'nt.
:' : no effort: made by the publicauss to carry mile and back once a week: in safe ;iidsuitahlc .! I .i cau-d'thereby will I I U.uu; <-h YI''atl'r than of the precautiontakm' !biho military: and fttn1.t, M.i2:>il.lh7.s., tl' ; I

.this OD The Approaching fall elections arc: hail-ve-k-el For this route loj'o-. haIxen eMimated. It i i- t fi-ir: .',! that the police. 1 oja- u! an csirH settlement: of tat} ---- .- '- -- --_. -- Boot and Shoe I\ .
-- 1 w.tr-t lit to 1 I.- lti rntql. The I nat-k ol tIitiUlties are cntertaiuetf.
_t .of as much, if not more, importance as any sal arc al-o iuvittil for \\i'clt'lk.. 1! the i.jet everywhere niark d Notice lo t ( ) Taxpayers.jonn "T T'F.1JKIIY noiifitM the PubliC; that \\. .
-'torni ,1..lati..n
and therefore it i is We trust that re-i"}n-iblo parties: will ImeMillicient < 1f -ra..hingtJU' l'i.tl to the Itaivi1ttirirr..1j.sts,1 .1 1, li-u. .laMIOKSHOI'_ : ) in the ){. ';
: .that TCC have bad, cssen- and itiin. .lls width: wafrem: to f *it : t IIIIIIY: : : ; C .IVKX: that i viiiriot .
public spirit Ii) put in bids! for theoeevpral one-iju.uter ._i in;:, ar.l L- | Hl to.do! all work in )hij -
4 : .tin1that'eveiy man.calling himself a Democrat one-half of mile, and ( : "A very promintiit 1:,'- ih< fir 15:>fkmi; 1 I I.;, on 1I..f Jim.an.l .-, I'r'Jl8r "- '
a wa IU'liupauit.,1 by and .
; route and thti" improve the mail fa-: .j I : piiolic.uiaid; todathat llaxeua- onlvcuncerued all \ h. h,ixt- not |!aiII| l I..\ -.11.1 tun... will ,i.tttluir neat : ilip.ifeh.TaniM .
J shouldtake a deep utcrct.iu the cur dIitit.'S' of this iue -t terrific lightning.A !1\'i It'UI I..n ; Fl k, Jan. llHh IS 77.Curatoi "
Mvti.m the
of State. : about him-elf, atut that litswa-* ("irojvr'y I turalt i*)' ni f\ ai'l \I:l". (
questions and do bis duty. -- ---- \ I : Irk: i.ixt->,r thv) .xt.tri I Il7t* mil 1S7", tnll-t al.> -- 1
;. rcnt.p tar But what is the opinion tIle -crib-. "pci.t from aii Antonio;; rl'xany ready to lrglin'with the I Democratto. sueritice < IN. juM liv. -.i.t: unit,' ',rl I ti ".' mP !.1I.'ti : 's-- Salel :
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all Iii iriciul- .
1 would :
.. -- I > they rfgrce! to S. 1-1'MCKMAX..
of MiAi fl'v4 haicached (iener.il Did) that the Mexicans "'
bier the n'IIIIlU"I)1"th ? I Ha he
1q -J }: .:O- ',. Jfii1'- w. call attention to the State Treas- not shown\ the of j < i are piepaiing for another txh'l -i\'t, keep him in ollice." c..1.r:: U:"\'. io.: llill-U.r I i I .iigIi_Coiinlv.Adminfstrator's : 1">Y VlUTlK: of a'n onlcr wirtt wjt oft .-j -
profundity ignorance by .)
t t .1. Kate Onrt l I. Hon. IL 1. Cr.uie,7 .'
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%. rt.1uu'aa.dvcrt' semcut relative to Greenback asking "Where is Tampa ?"-Giinctrilte j raid into Tcxa: A oc'diJItif tho Second' : -Suit- by the [I'uitcd States to recover' Notice. (. Ju'lijeami ex-oflicioiiidge nf I'rohatv, I wiiTj ...Ji .

i1 ,Scrip. jA.11 holders of IhU. nrrip are requiredto.present Yt"tr8. I Artillery.\wttL two li'iindivil round, of ammunition -i j inom-y jiaid!from the llichm: nd batik t' the J i i.Ll. j i for Kilo at i>nhHc outcry on the Irf Mon.lay, iff. i i
I i ii held \ I rKn-OX luxinit ,1'lloao.l": >! aCteiitfC the., of Jiiur A. (). ltore Ilk
: the same at the Treasury without F i in re'adlnetti "io\e. The[ :Mat otlicer- when the fell have h"11I \ day 1S78, the tkuirt 1 j
: city .
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Will .
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raid, i is IHieved ln \V.ill l, willj.ri :i dn in T.imtxi Hill-lttinMi County, af of Fwithin .
t tt.) '> .d 1.for exam 11a oD.; and after_the first of Parties iu Flori Li desiring to ship melons 1 lo C"4'ollf'i1'I''* ide"a for .! ili-iaai.eii by Solicitor,I.IlaVtior. I in his opinion .. lit Ii" .'1 &luty! .mik, aIt, .t. :,. tht. unck ,j ul l. .Klr. Irjral luHir wf Kilf, ttle p M'na! :ffex of .

:' ; MTIY.th1SCZiP: will'not be received for taxes via Atlantic aef'L5ne Fruit and VegetableKxpnw I.p 'uriug horst-s.for. the L-rdi.-t-.. lie nyVirginia wale uoi hcr.clf in re- within th Mm- jirt- -'ilwd l.x |law '(.r thia) nlltil'l"-: 5; I I..oilman d<,,:> ron-i
:: ;: 1 : ihould notify C. C. Olney, Savan- I ----t .- F- i l elli.n. and the I'niledUitm has no more ; "ill Ix- |.1,-:' in kit ot tlitir :-nven_ and thone in- ,l K i:.-hn Furniture; Cloihin! ; and 1'iutt Saw Js __..1. .,

\t-t ::, :' ,unkrh,has.been examined and approved bywanmiwtbn uah.*at le.\ t five days before they want to I -'r.e! Kiis ian (Jo\H'rnmt'iit has formed a i. rijjht to tUU money under the tuleyf conquer-t N ; illititl> ,ii.l tltatt'nl: in.iktiiniiitdiata> Mittlcr. all llof which i :- li iMc toTamju 1".ri..h. T **., N .

_ WI.a i constituted under) chapter 2031 t-hijV iu order that crate or box cars can l he contract with a, otJth I Hotonfirm. for the''f I than to her State: 1 Ilon-c or liJ.rJror* ,the I, 1II\'l1t.. J.. F I F.:. l.1l-roMi WALL :. ami a l ex-oflicio). k.AAC Curator C1A'T dc-li Sh'f'ni( n?t fl. .. I 1 1i .

.c;c ; 'A: pj1eIaiaof18T7.. sent. to thotii 1.-f7Qrida-Vllpath.\ manufacture: of heavy oidnance. Virginia -tatue ofWl-hill1ton., I'anti'a! M.iy I lltli, ls>;$. 8w Ailinini-trutorr". i, May Kth ''lS'1

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IT: I E "- ter- Toe Schr. G: "W. Dill, CapU 1*) tcrF1tn I Tnuipa: Hay. '1 .11ISTFICOJITILE )II1.I.--. -
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; :': :, arrivcti front New Orleans. Thtmnibrniug. :- Our ]local pride concerning the advantages j I'urity Hour that it'W.\1 U li.\ N T K 1 f X 0 T ''F Iry A([VALUABLE INVENTION! i -

.' : ." '''J. 1, L878Jt i of 'Tnmpa Hay; wa '" : i Mf the ciu'oiuitini-i. -- -
nday: morning by I h4lwrr.l."tl A
-, : : ; .: .: fiFjy'tlr.. Ainfru Jiving 2 miles from town, on it by several joung; Na\al otflcers; whore I THE j I It
.: :- L. U..11 T.rdge'.: line a smiling Gin 1efntit a oM with n., Ooa, l'G11Tj'1'1.)1lllthat! : u v\niux1 TEll: ...
1 year frtun :ur"r'icc
i'I ;, .i'i t Is e just lip t 1In\"l'r A 02" co r.\ :
'I \1.\. : \i ht and fruit ou it 7 Inches in circumference.CoJ i I iyr.: 0 WILSONEWING MACHINE
.r .. '. bren in I down the j>enin-ula in the utJh\'ottOOtJ.f: 'li: A., GI.\UKI': 1
Capt. John \1 ill r, the CcHnmjorc] ofl I disparagement Ch ;rotte'| : Harbor.to any Without othi place intending, it i if i nc\-su)' I 1. .haveAlXijw: j I lU-oiu-,1! tl.. IMiriTyT I. in workmanship) is equalto a Chronometer Watch, and Q. '" .
t I the I Flniitla Gulf Coast(; {, left for Wulunjlast ttlllil I tTtlicUv-, an undeniable fact tha.there i i. IIn I "f IniirwiiHi, l WAItUAXT NOT( COlX1'1m.( if' as elegantly finished as a first lass Piano. It received

1 l TttcWlay on business in connection tthcttoam place on the Gulf cost of the peninsula I FElT_ iui.l! sell niKAl1 .v, any I IShipiti 1..1 In JUEfI'.LJ-Tampi: :;d.t!.I IC _, the highest awards at tho Yiorna,and Centennial Expo r:1 ; .

'. mail routes of South Florida. which can approximate Tampa Bay' in all ----. .-. I'I'.1 sitions. IT SEWS ONE-FOURTH FASTER than other i rt_

. thitoentiaU requisite i 1 for:, a conimercial |1't i l't. i | ; Intelligence.AllUIYHi. l. machines. Its capacity is unlimited. There are more UU ;

- .\ At a |ulHc ltl(>ttltln nVPu Myers, riJlrOC With but a modicum l't'thc money W:1"tl11( 011 ; H WILSON MACHINES sold in tho United States than \H\ 'tl .

wool}; on May first, Mr. IVtcr Xel J on WM f come other plncea wy tint of, thn place can I I the combined sales of all the others. The WILSON -r

jIKkSPE"! --.. v,nomination g> before the County be made all, in the way of commercialvantage nl( t May 20-S.j+; S. T. .. r 4",111",11). Capt. Ityfi10)l, ': H MENDING ATTACHMENT for doing} all kinds of repairing; !h-J ;
%nti >ii ns one of the nominees to the fr .m Ctilar Ke'JO \''. FREE with each machine. /\ .j : HAND
which its cnthu-KiMic PATCHING
-, ulna 1 1'l'i"JlIl; WITHOUT given '
".I>giilature, as it was thought that the ;-I.:. ?;. S-lir. silliiinn. Lieut. OnnMjM. :, J. {
TRI claim. There i is no tjuvstion!, alwiut Tuupl i hauler 1 fnmi .litrlotla UarU I Ik .lt ,
? SON. -"-nud llcpixsentalive.ssrrss portion t of i the. county was cuti\lcI\ Hay being; tic harbor on the Gulf coastho t of -KS.'I'.I.. ('II'hrantalpt.ll'.1'.lacklan: ) WANTED.) WILSON SEWING MACHIHE 00, H .

;,. Oor th tjtbJtldtciFt 't |'ciniMili; and with proper energy i tool t iM.m IVdar! Jt.\*. Orleans La. *- c 'i
om the of her &0') j 'llr. \\'. Dfll. 827 81829 Broadway, New York; New ; '
"rllit.nrUH'r"so'intiou.. public spirit (ii n) J jmrt citizens, the '- C. (''apt L. Itdt'r', .. .
., EVER) SAT HESKY 'i future! of this place can lie made to exc '. from New (rleana.UEl'.1 Cor. State & Madison Sts., Chicago, Ills.; and San Francisco, Cal. '.' -
JPUBLlS. ; night the regulac} time
the LTF:1: _
sanguine expectation* -----
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WIIttING.I R lQItt1IJ.r Jne tin; of this hs*1y. As .. _. iSallitar May :S-S. :. T. J. LVliran, l UFFlCE. era. tdD \two lie rc-atl I.il '. fir C\ilar I\l'\'II. a. '
essays to -one on cr- THE BAGDAD-SASH FACTORY C0. ;
'- JV>I:0( }..I.r. ;-ilI111\m: Litit. Cauidg J. : .j'
Now is the time
for nuthliritie ,
0111 city to
} ;: ) other the Pine : ,
tISING the on Appleeitdanee
'l'E! 31 I. ILiwleyw: Y< rk. \ ,A.. .'. ,... ,
that the health ordinance .
0.13 0. I 1 }1 will .loubtlcss the 0- Fee are ii.ji.dlv l'lI- 31-<. :. T.J. l'uc Cwl.ranij.t.: P.J .
o "ll w w $1C''.- FORE grace forced froinThU time on till late in the 1:111.: for (A.l.ir: Key. v Offer for sale at Tampa their Goods, consisting of "': iP ,
Vis f fIG t2.5 1l ? __. The most pcrft-ct clcanliiu-s ot the loon I, 2>-:?. Vallty City, (111'1. James McH ay, '. "t-: c
It; 4 S I t'l fl5 tl"(* should be maintained I, and t-pecial attention for !!:n ana. : : r 1
; ? comers who want to pet; : on tIle 1 I All sizes of Glazed Sash Panel Doors -.
1 1 e f6w. 15l" AW paid} to pcving; that all premL-ws are kept i igood ill a :
+ Inch la 1Ip3Ce.10 I I H find good places with laud wcll 'uX.WXFfl't r ('on.'hrau, :t5i.! S. M.( ]I ',,
condition. To omit
sanitary ."
A will U charged 135 taking lard llayn-wor'li & Canning:, C. L. FridJt..ll', W.ILI-1 Window & Door Frames .
i ,. Ix* l adrertf 'filr fruit-grow, on the coast heGRi every ncco-ary precaution in .':'anitarv intersnould HlIhll'r"11r.: n.} l\r-i-: ', J. II. Souther! ), ,.

I lotred ) lC mouth of Anclote riwr and.\Blow be al'flluinaluqIt.'l.t on The part t Jnlin Jack-xiti; Triliimo }. II. Ki.v, J. i Ht\'IJ"a",, f-
i -. Local notices lo"hline.rw. t. oftltc. authflitiIHI Hialm"I.i'\I Mitclull.V.. .\. ItoU-iut} ( W. Window Blinds
this wouldbe for .11- in cae of Fli'htlts' :, I : *>? .
? a good place ) a ,
i .i o.varl1 Coatfl i ith inerdtantettNtfi T I I P. rra71'r"r.I..I'I'IT.; 1). O. Wt-kli, U. Canni' ,. .
should} } and would Mihject them to the
+. r change fYerJ tJ\onthA and settle'.r: f' 16 laud belong to the. State and can .. sevc6 i; \V. I B.! l Huulcr-4>n, \. C:Manly.[ I II.: T. Cow art, J. And Cisterns from 1000 t.o 3000 gallons. -
.. ': j BOILI<,yl i for from. go cw to $1.:25 per ncre. public cen-ure ; ) we give them wlruing !i! \. MairUtTampa( :. :. Co., if.:. J'. ThumallcMs -, 1. .
.4' -- -- in time, as the Tinr.rxr.: will look after the ;I ,1 n.! (' bare!, J. T. slitf.Kr -1
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Wa : -j--- tt cCOtf ")Ir. llohert MillhoIIaud[ and mother, iiitere>t. of the people. We: note a feveripprehonion ;)h tj!I- Dill. \Jay2i).-Miller A 1lenderyay H.KS. uke r I Orders received antI> perfected by MILLER & HENDERSON, AtVTampa 7' ,

a '1rn 'Baltimore, Md.; haVo baughtpbC'e: au.obg new resident through h 1I I I! Nuhk'ra-* !linker, W. \In,1v,11'.J.I Ih.l-') : Fla., May[ IStli, 1s7$. .__ ___ __ _. _. tr-. _. ._ ___ .f #,i+
0 -".-> teaJine will be charged l ?act fide of Old Tampa bay from \r( fear of yi .lo\v' fever, and although there is III :i!. Ward I IV., P. l IIl'lIdH"'l.J.". 11.i K niu-H>, 11.1 I. -' '- -

JS- Mr. Wm.1n Tim t___ :ii. This i place has ou it a very huge rca OII lor it, in our opinion novi-rthele it is :'rafi: T. I'.: ('"ll'IIIIII. I 15. I K.: llolim[ II: ,l. Clarke,: BOEHM J3ENDHEBI& .
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JSrth'by'last Tuesdays 'ste mer. f t'!v U! mouud, antI also spring to who c water wen to quiet their fears by strict attention tn ( It. rrielii'lv.Pi ,, 1
attributed Inl.'tlidnal'irtu the town in sauitarv li 'r ('odrIIu, : _*.I.I.1 I. :. l r film.' 1' Collin; ;, "
arc extraordinary icepiug a good con+ I
"The turtle; egg season i is now at 11\nJ. I remarkable ion.. 11'. A. !l..Urt.V., I 11. <;ilirl] S. ). JIallai.iln 143 Bay, Street SAVANNAH Georgia 1
eral lota having been brought to.nark(1. I \ and several cures. arc 1 JlL l >l.i A Miujifll! YV",1 n.t }\trig, J. \\\i\g\ ,. S. t :
t .: t claimed for them. And 1 while on sanitary: mwtter?, it nigh I I ('/l..I31rha{ ', MilU-r[ IItinIiTv..n. K.I: .\. ( larkl'.
I The Q. M.of 5th Brigade iM ret] u.1 f lot be soulto ask on behalf of, many who .I. W. I hall D. M. Nix, H. I K.: \VlkV.. \V. Wall Manafacturers of the Celebrated CIGARS : .. .
r :".ced the_price of hucklchzrrtcs to 5 ct.. n qt.! List of Marks of cattle slaughtered"ampa ] for h lave inquired of u*, what about huildi i iI i.\ (... J. II. Kiau-v, Jno. \\'Iml. ltl-v..1.1 F. 1 ltt'r. f .
I TI market for the week: hat I farantine! station for whichotnc I1IVII-" I II1 l'rO; .\. JonU.I 1'J: Thn.I'Ir.;. :. Vullt'l', J. :orroxroLL., PAPAOKXA.I WELCOV.JqUlKNTAL. ,- *. .' r
The Schr. Ikaareguanl u +<+l 1in'ry J. 11lridwu.nwasrsrsaeu..rw. (;OLDEX: I ItliG !., 10 { !
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I cue;; One marked in wnl- i ,
one i nf
ppcr'luarc car, ey:1.; > rai-wl l l bra Festival on the .1 ith of t 'I't\XJ r;!
: ':Carr. g beef cattle to Key West t from Puut.Ru ''I low.fork, upper-hit in other ; one ?\\:1110w- February la-tf If an} thing i is to b, done! ill i r nUSINESS'<" y-c nwim-RDS.- -ra-acvr- I ; : x', l FVlij,rr" 0 KP1CUUKAX, J.' ? ,,

:, .. rkinoiecar mipvr} cjua're in other; npperijuare (' his matter, it is certainly getting high, tilllc l __ GOLIn 1 I( I,1.lcF: : X.J..: :XJ11+HIe.JA 11INL ttr.. # # +?
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4 'K' .> DIED.AI Clear."\Vatwon OIC 21st ult tttnlrr-bt in one car: under hit gumtrJr] were taken towards it ; ;uu} '.1 i )i. .,. m.ns-: j. llf )IITl1It:1.J.: 1 1I SOUTE7ERN" .. '' ,. >! ::1 L
I in other{ ; one; crop two under-hits in mecar; I it K certainly go?d policy to have l.'wr'tltingprel'l1'1.I1 I I AaEN'Ts FOR ; .. i

1 ., |:t w.' .Jf'j 0"1 wife of Cot :J. L.. Meig'/r split| Uiper-bit] in other; two, crop split! i in ; wtn it{ thereiiould; he no u-cs i i ti,1' :I Rogers t & MitchellGKROOICRS, 'f

V ,Memphis, Teonl. one car uudcrlojn in other. uch a s-tatinn[ which we hope will !,e tase. the !1! Seiderburg & Go's. Key West Cigars; .-. .v_

J.: f.She call attention to Sir. C; A. Cro c If there i is not s-uliiuuit unmet urr : : : t3
: ham Dr. \\ M. Williams forth t "
Agent I ,
\ 3llr
N4. ,'*apn'8 Professional! card and be peaks for hUl1 FitJrila Xcw Yorker, calleil to see IH the fifthewpck. ,t hand'auiea-ilv we doubt bu made not!but that in the deiicien ,y r':;'! \XI1 mCEl\'EI-5: OF $*. Schofieu's!!::; & Fuller's well; known Chewing TOBACCO'S, / .j y
t up u
&aip share patronage. unllsay .
j Wo lire pleased l tn lear.i; Eton'bins I : 1
.,Tbe:Steamer l' Valley City l leftTmiag .. \ that-Cul. .[. li. Oliver, its able; editor, i is:- j. lu i conclusion will sirnjily state that i it : Western Prodiicf.n. LOG'.vmv IX ALL STYJ.l-S AXI l I QUALITII5, 0 r i r 0
tends) for the future make the Florila V'orker .
< for Manatee tbVtake' ou a. la d ( i tll 1 is time for a lipid entureement ot'all the I (

a: 'rOFFI<11e for the Havana murketT ::1} more ot a representative paper 0 itwhole State and not continue heretofore I II. I LO..F5 IiJ
,. as I..OVI'tniG[ Till; .
ine It
i is well J. however to let the
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; 7Scbr.. Aiinic Chas? he cj, arras tn devote it j rincipally to selling the land; or 111I\r. 81 St .'
I. .ntine ordinance: lie in abeyance until thetie Poyclras \V' i'C
> -I Orleans on Thursday lust, .nul,} the ("< iipany: Awning the railma'd) from Fer-< 'I"'JIIIC OR1 ,AN S. on t (* u ll i :11 S Ul ol.'i 11 ; .L. 0 h a e (! o..
; Itl..c.itfr t-t.0.01
; 1 l1It1
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: =: ?1 I InlIJdill:1 to Cedar Key .Y mR rerrmi*. m ? ( ; Tani.i..nl, Q. ',._. f A .
>. tiY -. ere for this xjrt un th;_ith.e su tar J a; we kiiom pivnt: there i: / '
'D4- (' AyrHtsfor' IM.V1 I' iIltTuhrllCrontrl'itlrtrrtr'
I i E :/iLSN"- ___ .
General 'll. II. Th bas reociv} none, .
7 next meeting of the La 1s i' +ma< ,
.r t .. .7,1' Jr} al Society regular will be at the ,re l- I his i niinniU-ion a> Ilrigadier General of thC' ---- .. .. I ;;. Of! l\tlhl\ ?? trf Ha., with THE; EX wf' LLENCE{ ; f, r

i :<;b JJrijradc. 1 1.; j-tarha( .< ale been nppain': l'eu-e Crrek Itt'ul>
"r of Mrs. IL rro 'Tuitlaj-: ,June 4th, I .I 1.1. AJYERS&BIKAVIIOLICALKDKALHKS} .
i (rl 1 ami) commi-sioneil l l1),1 he )i r: now rely to I=Tne formidable attack of th; h'tssian l lX fir 0I I t

Jp..m.. :: ',.'., I take ilia field. 0 1 croj'i} Las been measurably wiihdrml -',, ;

J. *5T"'There;i* a Pic nic+ and fi h\fry.!on'Jixl 1'he following gcutlemen compose. the StaIr( : the c't>in is !II'JI'C t-mnii.in+ =6' ?? 1II1J1'n I [ : : IXTob'aceoS THE BRIGlIToNVY:\ TOBACCO & .

(,, Mile'Creek. totlnJ.Ve'have. been invit--{ i I fthc lri;. Gen.: owcver than: halt 21, ca-p Un ,be relied, | 011.) i ,

by that 1srinceof good fdlwr., E. ]n. I Maj.J.: K.: .Swingly; ,-.\, Adj. G.-n'l. -Ot&v;t trorc j iu; fine condition, au; ,Ili ,

4'# Dishoug. "! Cha \ViL'l>t.-Quartermaster., 'I :. *e uoaiiu O'iR laden with ihegoKk: 'litre;\-, I Cigars & :Liquors.viv.'imisih l 3IAXUFACTUJia: ) BY THEMerchants'

J 1111. :\. Jtrlas-I C, ni'v Of.'-ulj I un, :, .

'18- Passenger* per Ctciran! May 2fi4h.Dr. .- ,In'). I'. Wall.-Sur-or'li.,; *. '* =Cane crop\ ()11 high land have much i im.I'nn. ; I ,. '- Geo., Tobacco Co.,. of ::80sto t ..Mass.,. t

:J B. T. Giwart, C. IL Gritfiii, Dr. W'1. : W a ,: ?:. -,1.-iowey.:. r.-OrM.. OIl I, and 1 the s-tuutl better than wastecteil : i ()inlcl HIi-ite.l. I'minftly I rilKil 1 1111 !nti W. (,fUKANTKKI (. .) .

-( WUliams% MrJ..,IL Smidcra! l, Mr. Jhillussey a. l -Irfiin; = nl-Ilri, J lI-l'dllr. ? out'''those wn low lands have put ) :.\ : .. ..,illl| Ian_ 1 e TrtcYl II,h. I the I Ls,tic i0u" c'hewrn 1 by I'tllling 0'1 leading aetler: or opal; tt; LK !.'llt. to (ur'. t'

JohnWar, l,, Jam w Boy J?, I Caltt. W, 1'. Culbraith,-.\. 1) C., mch gone I b\, the hoaid.Kice __ _. -II J-\'l'r: \g'l'III' + for -.IIIIIl..n' -t.lte.. '. .
pinha< hl'lll'lIt M.talBENJAjSFIN' '
< : a I.llll.l" ,(el4ltantTrdarc! .
-- -- E. o. I'J "+ l\.ml'm tI I .
TAYrARIFLJ7.-A11mr : i hinting: }* p-ijil.ir i thj, year, that, ; ,
oflh 4 IVr oiiil.
+ corpanyarcrequeeM I 1 }B ioIiiM I nE '
cuuacctlon __ __ ,
'' \\itli the and ..
to meet to-uight nt 't 7j} Captain: J. ). lfank-v[ : nimandin: <; th. pea jwtatoe: crap A.nc-1 : .
Is Wil'l" out all le.irf( -t.irv.iliu.i. i ioneorKiV
VcJo.-kat'thACityHaUwthe CVtirt! llou J IC ClIl-t Sh fc.lliinin : .
Suru-y ;. It .for the purpose of eff.ctingh'e.o -gauizttiou. call on TUt'Sllay.'t. hope tu-c.' tlll'Clp- =The way that t trout 1 nV.i, aic doiic-il 1 into Wl:"T, TLA.Atun.l I 1 1 t

z=_ The U. S., Co.S. S,ll SU 'i'"nrr I ain- Tampa; again before a great whiK ying utbr..ad pain brim these bright, hate nutrntngi bat i., '.',.ll I.. : 1 l'J"II:1I :' :' n!!! I1t". C.4)' .;r nmonti <'H- STATE AGENTS FOR THE SALE OF TIIEJ. f
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We had ihc jifi-j-are! of a vi-it last Mo,: pet c'o + i 'KO'I: an.l) m-f.icrion: ; ;(111'.1I1t"l'l.l. 1'roiuj.t flttUnI'I
rived,last Sunday and left fir. th r 1.a, 1.: I ( iv uioruing from IJcutonanLs .\. 11. Cob ::line, ; way; .hanncl cats run tl!>..' ram. cbll'-! : : i.\f mail. !Oifii-e -Vic'it Nroct. S. Wind I I. I

v fL" ,AVednesday. AVe wLnh her ", Jcnct: 'W. C. Ihll.Jus} nCll 1uul'e.of.. the t Nat : \fl.: !I'I! '.l-! : iron Gait are Halved, I .J Engine and Pump Go's. Goods ,
I I Iat )
officers &w v> < she bare h the -Farmers I b\- .j 1.0.( WlIALTOX.lIiAuctioneer J ;
< y ig& I. ''u (! mcg. ; ;: [ (I I are laving their corn crop: ', r\, i of '
i 60. Consisting: tlioCVlobratcdI1ALLIDAY
BS- Last Saturday Mr...John A. McDoi J- sou in t the l'.!'a't.'ur'r'll'C in tool I shot 1 but cars do nol prom-e: : to"bj Jargo alll I t taO.d tl. I. \ j 0r

I GharJ..rt: Hurh..T. the s p.'ak west tlyor-: ); Cia! has -
aid scut 04 a lot of very fine onions which li! f Sandy ws got; to brin-in 1:;
had from ably ofTzunpalcty} as compar-tl with (larlotte's .8I1t'(11i VI' Mimetiiing very much like !u i[0 l ) WIXDAIILLS' .
scissor which he will
( grown lJ'a C IIaro., and that : NOTARY PUBLIC CUSTOM ti
( -ay Tampa:j IIh'llft':1r saints houses on the frontier. Italic for oluuly. h i HOUSE t .
'1 aeppt our acknowledgement*. no coinjictitiOH; uu uecoujit of} the laity. : / B -
]B 11 0 ll AN'D' Esr
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'. To enjoy} of/um cn tttgnltilc, ; for the tnfWo loan from Me[ :.r*. \rl1ol1: Fir.-ons] : defiling to bog a)') 11 knotkv! L 5 ,

i : j t ay, be eliavcd b)' Brown ill the nornin Ir an Il Iiilchur-t null I Davi.U'niuu) !liviii: ..trtl.'r iu good boot leather can do so by walkin: I AXU t i
'c then >Mipply jminelf with a hit of his HipVriuJ t 1! fault; (-oa'! at and iM'ar Yllow ISIutf' al.'>v t' thruuh )(,:::r<. Varn ,V 15ro,'. hoe >hop, buiinJo. It I C1(_ lll'is I ll ion Jpl'ea] t.lt: ? I.
t I > cent cigari-i t Then you will have an Xdo : carVor.. that the ,'I'Ulj."I.- cop of the i I ) :ato- get knee deep in gixvuluekl I '--
I I. KEY1:0:1': -..\.
; or ( M'(lion, :I'* well n, that of tlu- whole, of} l d.-a ANON. \ Jf:

fIuL, -ar'eitnIe.-r! .' I I"t 'alt'r'j-c i very g.?J l. and that the fruit \\i ilI.he. ] I I '\ -"naldnni.'nrn. : n un|,.,. .\iiM.I* ,' rot \ .
1 "*". Knight' Hendersonh) 'I. \tvr. t'xsmpt from -Yt'I Ilnw 1luft' itl i 1..1' -i-t Ir.wI .
( --*:?< I > di iiuration than stet t I I 'III' IIIFI1:1.N'I11'aiiYt,1.: 1 i | I'.S r. Tj;t. ,,, X. L. Feed MillsTanks Rubber Hose- .
et with I Jst J be" boj h 1 :11. rney :\\ ree'errllly :i >
:' Bappiuvrr .n.. t : r'IIc'l't[ g-II'III, petition i i- n"\\' in ciieukuion :111,1il1 i j

1 bunch o'fioe. o(.nti'd before the honorable toad ot" : \\- D.I (1NIII' 1 Water Pipes i Points etc. -
c other! ,.. I etc. .
(\i-ava haI I 11'l .
tine mudrpovtcnivoly h ,
: :l planted wnnii-Momr l for the ) 1
Mr. J. W. Tuck, aflVt Bade, I Ionian J,o'' l put)ing l'lall'taJi.I-! j _
than usual and the t'ie1prnsnies sl of mad l I j if
molt n iroia the I.lilthridc'i !
1 county. to be ahundant. \1' i l C t i 6 11 COL. I Huh-,1;; t'ut:, Wllltl'lllI.h l'Ollllt\. WIFIlIl .,
liberal ,.
7I' I .\ : cloie tit; the !lower lord; ot Cm lo\' cieil I Itll : will I' ) Ili" 'UUllt-, : '' ,J r
t -4t''firsf. number of the new (!(I4igrieullurn From thcfetmcgcntlcincn Irani tha tt Clearaur harbor; another jtttitioii' i iin !! ANDCuinmisioii ) ,lieu. I'lit I., l",, sl url t\lIIp t forJiKN'JAMiN+t'lrd'lI':. ,. '-

+l'' has been n ccitrt.!l. It t tWQI mule teamsvith:! inuni:; ranta hate rcrntlt r- ;tl.o vireulation pnuing for the "-ottJlih.1 ( I : ,\: I'AUi'KLL T.lmp' /t:: 'lI
:51ub-j arrive! fr.nn 1\\11":1". m.l 1 that if thepliaed II I II / ) ) ) Morcliant( t, i I
-e lItent 111' ..
I mail luna J View.l
: ionic :
at DeLaud, Volusia i >;.iy
Vjhed county, by ; I II j l\CION
Dean with Mr. : I I are a colons! of f forty fainilH-s will 1 JKt t' }Hun IMin to lirooks\llf! goiti; over th ICabove 1)DIALIK: :} ix l ( UGH& J3ALLANTYNE
-A.J. a Cucrtng lie liout iiav.
as nr t at :1llrly .
I nuntioiuti road.r.. tm-i that t tluuci } 'I ..11 ilr /ltll/lll ITI. ("fI"rrir's. 1',"I';.;fI".r. ,

s "S_ I *\mm-\I-lIl: : -- Schr.- OL-r'ta, 2 I,"'t, '".[ nude by each pc ition, malv iant- I ('',<'/.<''!/. UlnI", ,, rrrirl 11".1111'0)1'. IRO AND BRASS FOUNDERS

"' ._ fslre arc glad to know that new flit lour-and 1f fcc-t beam. arrivttl la-t Tl.tir-' i l..1 a> we: know .t f notliing, whieh e-airbe .-0: ;: /''tint*. 0/7*. I'in-iiitinv; ,"tti"I.! .h'o| : '
I .'. -ily _'Itl':1: !tiu! : wouKt a.ivanee: the : j I
> I, l>rWges now span SisMiKcy } day 1 morning with I i pcrCJII: ? lboarl-twl} } :! priperf KEY WEST FLA MACHINISTS
IL of the w'tvieiu both I AND\ PATTERN I
taolil" l':1l'llIf countit- than
: one child ami four- : : ''. _
A JIIt'n.11
::r fl CrQk ferry had n.1'CJ ) ( lefivland the 1hlMimiifuf loutJ. l'+ rn:r Pront .. t itv.il :tr-ft,, I Ir ,
: ('!(\ ; OJiio, the Khlj i : thimail I! "
Sx-ptcmbi-r 1itIciNiiiug
--r. on the upper Alafia atVar- t, ."n., (al-in Mc( \ >hip StonMij.pIM at shrtin r Cor. .
and .1.''n the Ohio canal into UK Among .th? imprvemtnts north of (.'ur- ':ulil't' East Broad and Lib> rty Streets. :" r

." ;}t1a i-kin=hnm river thence into the Ohio and lets erevkC' n+,tier the erection Ht i hou zt i on I Itheir --- q- I ,

,+ti .-1 LlS-t : .-Mr. Rlward T Di.;h' I Jli=.t i,ippr rivir{ *. ta-tul it from the mouth)t i i K-jK iive IWIII"tl'.Y. Dr.) .Alay Jinli } -tahli-h4"d 1IS.. NEAR ATLANTIC AND GULF RAILROAD DEPOT 1

'' [familiar with the marine denizens of the lain to ibis place. They.hav'o vWtedny i I (lp i t. Sep. Patrick. III. Siudin has o iu- al- '

asserta'that} Dr. Jen-n-n's Fo il I j interioi >cctknof the Mate fromari- j I :0:0 uh.l.r:1); -, while '/11I-' Whitehur-t t, i-i C. L. FRIEBELE SA.VA.XXA.il G- l.Le\ : :

aat'of ; ou, !''trl I'lt'1S! l'Ia((y BII tl!>v i-oa-t.+: and.iv l }prl paring tll.1111.1 on hiv' hom "ttad. >.,tith !

the porpoise. Who's ueXt !. ; that they are hotter plca.l with Tampa thaiijilncv of 'urlew creek are -everal building* un.ler 0" i JVtArTJ5r5u .OTTJI EPtS OF .'
The is still undecided.SST 1{ the I I ", h 0 14":1 ( & J.l e t n ill I .
-- ) question any yet seta) They al-o rat {that\} qui: a. WlY. iu..t iniHirtant] of which I i-i I tin I .\v
;I a umber of people -byteiian church a really elegant edifice I DIAMUIX I SUGAR MJLLSori :
r. ; Bro. Crane says: Our lady friend* 1 } e\iK-ct} to onme'ht-ru from 1 ; a
s : boast of their mocking }birdriuginft jl but :I C1C\}J:11111. They I proH] >.e extemlin: their : \\hit'r..I'd t-'sell on the enrrrci:Lcoi"re"a: '

'I" could they hear the free mocking biid in the l'rui"C down the cor -t.in M-arch of} ')hell, and i; ti0u i building! it. Our IIl.igh.lrill.vill; ::-, oi 1 1 Assorted Merchandise. : 1'a
'uriu"it 1)dn) F.din: in site if its bottlnl !
', orange trees of Tampa, they would admit I [('(urn r 1 Franklin: A- Washington, Mrut1 ; .
The 1IlIl1esf the ( XdOII.I I and btiM-heul'irittcrs, i i" a-umiiu' ( titur d T .\.\ 1 1I )
*hat once in their lives they had heard sin?- ; partis arc 1'rof. ( ; }quite ly '1',1. I1'.1 -..\. : t 1
4 bird ; wift",.hill and! riicr of Montreal 1, ('a.: Dr like : -, and Mhen Doiiirlas anil ommer-
i g F. lilnmndC'lvelaml, Ohio an.l! .I J. M.1 tills get { \\'hrrf'l\lIIplt.-a.ed\ ( a IhcK ,.
,.U- Capt.'D. S. McKay has purchased Ionian, r :[. IxiiiMo.I .; 0ic-! ailor and a :., 'pinu' biNin'' may IK? :llltil.il't, )'tl. : Makes a New Departure

/'i r.'MJEiT.: Lindscy which_he is i going lo : cook aboard. ______ I I .indtill they come ; nearly each trill of t I 11 t ar _, ..+ : tOFtASL

:_ 1 rlhecattle. trade. She will! be put I 1'3U. The. Nickel Club mot at the t Orange) I our \ai.ucoa, \ "iitig \0.-e N! jriv,' ?, |ami \VITH

: lWCdcrsoo'g marine railway as : Gron Hotel last Wcdnt} I! hUlltl'- curl prosjH.ctois, but !kt them come, [ 'S1zES, AND SOLD AT LOWEST h IARhET PRICES, WARRANTED
The Xl'\\
t (Je "teamer. Tanijia"conies : >!d.ir.. attcn- :1:1 we. 1 have T .im tnoush fur all. lle ardiii" Store and Sew( Goo) ;: FoR0 NE TEAR. '
4 w dauce'vas large and the entertainment ti.erb hll.l N; we would the
Ifully call ,
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I I resj alt 'nol .
\iY: ia: H.Y th.lt 41l. :
t th ir
I \.I'' ;I with i the following Programme'aet ; : f (ion thc, of your ivndi-i>, h.t*k Isi i J 1( l'a i. ins iii-.) t., gall and I" im'rl..1 ,hh, Ihe:, .11 I "O-

.. mild not be t.king their I I' -"i\angelinc; l t1ll'." bv Mi iTiHic i-, i hOIlIl'S to the dpirable locations, to 1 he: ft, nl J ,, uudauitbll-'tlet. that I.I .!- lluI'M: :lu.l U'intvr ,I.ui-; Iron Fronts for Stores
; the public school hefutaaTdtry.w I sroultd, Lake ]! a" 1 h.tIll' and .
f I- rc and BJanchc.'K\y.; [ : utkl" "r :" >tis mctimrstl ; niu-t 1'1111'11'1, te htnlr ::011,1 1"1 Dwellings) ,
:-ty so doing they : Selection-" lKn>,or ( -kStcpf" bv Mr.'air .-. t t':1I1( 1\\:11'I11 \\'ater L-ke. I lyre i* a halt :tIN'k .f I IINNI I., :.pplil'll.It', h. IIII' 'VIIgilllf this ,I..,. 1 e.' "
If : tiful "h..t I \Ida. "huh I j.n.iH : to oiu-r at MI"|, ,I'rit"l' will :
01'ssatr as
a great injury. we ; ,hn. i-; > i., Murown.h-d) h111:111' el I- tire iijtm.. Kiti .l.ivtiiw: BRACKETS VERANDAHS -
L. .4'i }19b school in Tanfpa a su c- Ut:1tlin-o'{ ItUc; :' t ,itJl bud) tliltf?. H.itaf.'e; > to till.\ 1,6! II/I vfa\" r niv !I I. ,
'. .i "I.r : of the Mou.tae.Jicv[ : ; I pu-tuuMue : t t11C bU tj.1'. with their ,utniu.ky. Sty Ni-k is ., an-1! c.rt- i ,
fj J 'y-45 co inut be maintaineds } )11. .\. II. l'lr IQw.'J' ,,j ding .., and ll.uik.,1! ,,eitlar{ fl.i; I hv (fiirgrowiug : fllll
-+ :: -,;;:'BA" t iou which closes} th* last Soug-+ s Butterfly; by )(fi"s Blanche; M?_ 'j fruit ; ; hinls all left! ill the IM;+t.ila: i, :t I c"', tiling. H-iuHy ittiij 1 in u tint t-l.,.; w.-lII"\1.1I'|| \jlat. or Cemetery Lots. 11- .
",':., '7, K:1\-. ot the' ttilJturkij lull deer, wi.I.:1t1| .) uxr,-:wd l 1 r |;r.N''.tojLMvi.MHh-iti,.*'ii..ii; i in f .r .

: .:: .. '- :i Mr. W flK Mooily WhO.\\'M Leading" Wcvp Nut".by Mi( s Ho-ia : -iulIl111:1I1thCJ': ]};Jy the way we believe o If that:( :' : in 1/1\:dtalinro....11I11110111111"II't; as 1\ill! m ".t with luitaic favor to oolong ask if thImv th.ix'iunjreU -- i,: Ifre l for Ito,, s s ami Iroil) casir, PnHlJ1tly),) ,, ttfM(l ,,0. --;' :
: &or the weekwe learn that : :\ko. I n ilitch coul.l be::tut fMin the lake to SnfeliarlHr all} >on uonM |liht. to I. .k at "hI'li! ,?? I I.nihae I

arc generally .good,. and ]i 1)urt-" Douglas" by )Ii.,-o. Julia and ;, ty. : a'feat: quite nraclicaWe: \ thin thin: !, >'. ) II"ne twliiiR with ,?<,. tllin; : 1.1CI.11 1.0 Fon :.\r.]. '
;- 1\lalia? farmers who have her >; Itla Bartholomew. !' 1rllJg'1II the waters of the lake to a lower} :1,1,1 i 1niy I LiNino +: ami i in wkin: MU-s 1 kiioTInttt ; i .

to make their own 5 lection-" Iii hers Horn Pip+ Medlov," ;,' 1 1'tI ; N.nic of Uc, b:"t !hind, in the tic(mt}. I I thut i inn; throw n j,rt'ot rue, l.ii.iiu-v. I MCCARTHY COTTON GINS .II

r corn. Also )Ir. John Ilobertsoncud h) :lisa[ Kate: Jaekwiu. 0 i' wuuhl lN'| )lri afc' 't ilea) cultivation. We willto {I if 1 mi don't sec what you want ak for it, i i.M 1 1.1 ', '

aateru of the count, rep>rts the )I u ic -" }l'ri>idcnt Johnson's March," by t |I r i'J lliN. mutter again in the iiiture.' 1 t.:\.1...IIn!+ it
r 'Ii'ery good having come out veryrecently. : )uiuiard-on. 1;; lU"peettully! tut NTY JAKU.r J I,p.llr, I.t""t.'d t+ i 11.'r.! : ;i i .", .,,im. ,j,, tr\l t'u..nlnV: .,. IIi. (i(, Eclipse Portable I &
; It has l teen iletermiiirtl! to keep up ih e ----------\--- ::t0rr. Stationary SteamEngines ..1 'i r,
; )fr. .
rtainments during the roomer which! ItMnga first claws jtlIt.'r' Terms i Cash.
8 IeY. Monrc Las cowtantlj on hard all tit't i It -': n l>e t 'III1.Jlt l hi> residence, WJH'I'he J Jlo I IJi \.lld SI] ilvos .
*u wanted in the Millinerline and will fill o:!ere we dare 01.say, is Very gratifying to the young will good l 1)IlIl.t.work.. in his line on the) j jreasonable I J iRhr.t IIlllrkt.t. PM\\ lo ll 1 f.jr t.ounlrv I'ruJlIt c Goveniov CompanyrAI ./: .: \ .
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;: # Reminded, Of Old Times.. NEW GOODS MILLER &: SENDEEON'3" COLUMN. : W. W. WALL ft CO'S COLUMN. MISCELLANEOUS."Think NotiWtSl -- t

{ .. ,The big bad'bo was early at the Station. John Miller.I I W. B. Henderson.IIENDERNT W. W. WALL & Co. of your Head in the Morning', MONTHS' after date -I'w? ?

." One of hw'chums had, been arrested, and he canal' and voucher to tW z '

"'l' waaUct hear the trial. He pit ,on the Barber Saloon County Judge of3fanatcef)"" '
MILLER &. meat of die estate of Williafto -
floor snapped peanuts at the clock, whistled UHDER MASONIC }fALL be discharged tberrfrjjiS **/ L i,

.1 :" end scuffled,around, and Bijah was finally SHAVING, SHAMPOOING HAIR CUTI'I O .J'Agti m

;'. farced to sayr ,E. CY..ATIKj: Whole ale ... n.ctn.iJ Wholesale and Retail and DRESSING in the .LATEST STYIJL I NOT.24th,II:: 'f'N ,a s f
: would oolicit share of the
rvi'tfully a public patronage. -
harm been
My eon, you brought tip according ,
_ CHAS. A. nRO\\' r.
'. .:' '- to Hoyle. You want tai conduct Tampa, )titirchL3. Gun.* tI.J ,
': .yourself while here the same as if 'you were DEALERS IN ,".; .

In tho'II parlors." DEALER IN DEALERS IN Lovengreen & Madsen, S'fcea l ,. _

.-- } '"'Vho'a the Zar?" impudently asked the AssortedMerchandise Keep a complete Stock ofPAiN'15 .
G boy as he shoved the chairs around. *
OIL 3NO13.
; "Who's the Zar ? Haven't,you ever studied Assorted. Merchandise,, and GLASS, on hand .'
1 ; ;
": j Furniture made to order. Abo all kinds of Picture 'T
the directory or the dictionary, or .read Receiving Forwarding .
Frame reasonable
r at : price ices and Taxation. :
'" ..-\'.".. 'Uncle Tom's. Cabin? What ignorance here DRY GOODS May. 11 tho tfWM. flood that the Governor has .'.f

.. .' :; ., in our- midst,
4 the, ,Common Council can,read and writer inct officers on the financial .
Brown &
"Oh take down your steeple 1" growled TAMPA, :FLA.., Swingley: .e State with a view to further '1 i iLXCS. ;

,, the boy. KEEPS CONSTANTLY Y IN STOCK FULL : Merchants, wt'ruiu Nothing more definite rt
U a LAND AGENT xl on, we believe, than that /
Geutlcmeu *aid the old man as he putdown I Groceries & Provisions
LINESDBY old be a reduction, but to what ez- ,
.I" "'" tlTe feather-duster and I looked over to TAMPA, FLA. I i TAMPA, FLORtther to 5 mills or 41|, will depend

the reporters, "I think duty calls'me ; in / I give $Special attention to all boR1\mou nt of taxable property the tax- ,

fact 1 know she doer Somehow or other I GOODS -4-0- WILL"<.t in their hand in the line of 1 bit 878 I may show. Last year the real ,
and wiling REAL ESTATE! of the State was re-
kinder HQonal
.. feel as if the responsibility of thi3bops TTatsA.nd property
t Caps STEALS and PREEMPTIONS making rntf and if there is no fall- -
S98 247
,=',' 830,I t
future depended ou me, .and rm goingto UK STOCK HAS( BEEN SELECTED WITH STATE LANDS' Ac., Ac. in Hilhiborough ?the we believe l
O rio i'
set his better ideas in' motion. \ !SI'ECI.tI.ItEGAnITOTIIE; adjoining counties. Special reference given i. ,g j present year
My son, Ladies, (Mem and Cbfliraft Hats, WANTS OF required. 40**<"i of the State may lw met by a
come here J" I TIllS WITH SECTION THEIR AND THOSE WHO FAVOR US 'and' a half milk. But if we may yt t 1
t 44 I cant see it r* replied the boy shutting For the infurmAtion of all we CONFIDENCE.enumerate a few of Boots dell ( $lioe&9 C. E. PAHCIXIt. fi, bat. one or two of our Eastern ,t.

Ills Boots, Shoes & Hosiery the article we keep ea; l have said, the return' for 1878

eyes. Architect & Contracto fall considerably'below those of ,r I
When wouldn't {
the mountain J
come '
t COll 'tn11tIJ'" on I'In.11d i been said that there hill be a "

11\ Dan Tucker, Daniel went to the 'ounOld Gentlemen's' Clotting> and Und rwear. '.wo millions in Duval atone, not ,

1y1r tain," mused Bijab, any de walked over'and For Sale, and we Muter; : them and all others in 011I8tot.k Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods Plans and Specifications muse real pro rty ha* shrunk>
w' at tllI I lowest ti run:* such Goods can be sold in that In. one \ar, we c.w".i.i
collated ,the young dime novel reader. lANDKERCHEIF'S RIBBONS, LACES, this InvitiT *. t u l county <
plait. .
"* *''y for the reason that o'YIW'-'nU". 1
t'--. Come.over these 'ere loving knee, my son, : ",-fdJ.-I ANNAH GA.
"' ;it
: and let me "show how I raised sixteen GpOD Hardware< Tin &. Furnished for ,. ; 4

k ..: children of my own.you" Notion and Stationery. I IConliKting Crockery ware, Buildings ,. ,1 h

t The boy yelled and struggled, but the in part of CALICOES, GINGHAMS, We have: a good Line of I ::1LA-
'. B-th Public and Private
t:: clutch wa.i !him and in aiL'SL1NS..JAI'UN. 1" ,i
fatherly few -
on. a sec- }: EDGINGS, CHECKS, DENIMS: Ladies Dress s Goods and Fancy Calicoes
cuds he.had assumed a moat favorable posi DRILLS 811mTl GS. SHEETINGS, STRIPES, Notions and Stationery, 1 l'
HICKORIES, OSNABURGS, JEANS, COTTONADES : DOMESTIC: GOODS l uth of Northern and :Southern : 'Eistlmatos furnished when desired. fj
tion. lie continued
As the l
to-yell, reporters IRISH, DRESS; & PANTS: Ll EX. COLLARS \anufu.[ tun". _1.. ;
i wen,requested to strike up a song and drownont. CUFFS, NECKTIES:: SUSPENDERS; Furniture Oils & Pain ts Umbrellas & Parasols Superintending .the construction; of Building a 4.4 ,. ,.r .:.'t < r I Ilim. While Bijah spanked they loudly SPUN AND SI-OOL THREADS, PINS, "NEE: A Full Line of HOSIERY, SPECIALTY. : .'II
a? PLIS.: BRAID, in variety, JET SETTS, BEADS JaDe 16, 3m. r \
:.:\ aug:. aunt FANS NOTIONS in thi-t Department of almost --
*"FJ had a'or* which wouldn't go, variety, Hollowware and Willowwaro, BENNER & PINKNEYrSHIPPING r '

Letter Me Bill and Can Paper 4 II i a r I ...
, I'd dump him into the Ohio
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'? I'd nell' the buggy awful cheap, Jeans, Cassimeres & Cottonades, for Men's wear. VlK COMMISSION MERCHANTS( .7 p.r
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.And trade the harnca off for _heep.Ha Copy Books Spelling Books, Pocket and Memorandum From which the mot f.uitidioiH: always find mime' Saddlery and Farming Implements, .,. :

I u."; : ha! hal! .Book.. Pens aud Ink*. thing to please. Of NEW YORK. .j :

1 lieu him yell-: 't I t"

'i = I ,Byah lava the pank Toilet Appliances, &c., Heady jSXade Clothing, Sporting and Raking Tackle, ConttifnuneiitM of Cotton Solicited. 1; '-

On well r15o rW.b l : ,
Such M Combs, Soap, Extracts, Powder: and Perfumery For Men' wear, we offer a good
f he did. When he had finished his con:' Ac. ** j ity and price, and we make it a point range to ofStylcqual have them Refers to Mown. W. W. Wall&Co,of Tampa l \. .' ,.

Uract the boy, slid for the door Baying never fit uit the we taMe otTer of the pun'ha.'r-lU1d to complete t the Cooking Stoves, Stoneware Ac. &G Florida i BCBSCSIPTIOX!-; 1) .

-i -aword. and looking as humble and repcnt- Land, '. Daily", 1 .yf'ar...................,.v...................>v .!
Cutlery &c., ** 6 month.......................................3 ;!
1/ ant as a.defeated candidate for a county of. Hats of \ AND I. 3 month,!*._...........................J.JTriWnklr ....!.-/ I p, .
'five.H Including Pocket and Table Knive and Fork, Razor the Latest t Style, TAMPA, FLA., I 1 year........;..........._....;. .f k r
p *, Shear, Scissors Ac.Hardware > ". 6

: "" Ah how.many tender memories of the Emigration 1 u :S montli nonth..7) ................-.......... .d

long ago that, "'ere'ob' awakes 1"! sighed the Hollowware And Agency.No. Weekly, 1 year..........................._......._ 1 .
1UJ 0..' THE ABOVE LINES; OF 14 G-nntnths...:..........;.\.................... 1l II t.
.old man as he brushed a tear from his eye ; I 1... are kept constantly on hand and for SOODS 44 :.1 nionths..........................--:..... 00 I\
and'he blew his nose quite frequently as he I Nail, CfO'kl'nOI and Tin-11 are, Cliairn Ac Boots and Shoes, the lowest living Prices, for rule at .19 University Place, :: .Specimen copies m.-nt free on n-rript of 5 cent. 1
of all descriptions to suit this marketA II I I i. fcjJT Money can l lte- sent l I.y 1W inficv Order, ... .
:resumed his dusting.-Detroit Free Press.a7 I
That combined the desirable) quality of comfort and Regii: tered Letter, or J. 'l"'*.,,at our ri.k. \ i >1.>
dur.t.ilitv-ml l alas) the more desirable one of hiding New York. J. II. KSTILL.Savannah .
.. the (deformities) of an ugly foot and :
.AmputatingDead 1'IRJ 'SLeg. FULL LINE OF making ,_(i*.
handsome foot look more beautiful; 'tilt.
-It was shortly after the battle of AntietamSurgeon or Country Produce Correspondence) H: solicited with l tart owning t ;1
desirable Land to sell 3d-3nl. Q
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Abraham'I/yddou Cox took charge
'' 'of field Dr. Cox elder OUR STOCK OF HARDWARE &c., QH
a hospital. wa an Groceries Provisions August Peterson
.. We WillI'H! the highest Market Prices for :
and somewhat eccentric but he ,
-ly person, was Compri-[ everything in! that line from a Needle a

.an eminent surgeou, a profound scholar, a genial CORN, FLOUR'GR1TS, ME-VI:, RICE, BACON Grind-tone. ,
f We offer excellent BEDRXM: [ FURNITURE Practical Painter
CANNED and -
gentleman and a true patriot. At a SALT FRUITS YEnETAHI.I.JELLI ,
consisting of 1.I"t..a.: I .
TablasCash, :Stand; ,
;later day borne down with and .Vc.; InGroceries
exposure Chairs :
CR.\CKJ-.RSi: MUSTARD and SPICE }XS LEAVE: to inform the citizen of Tampa 1
overwork he died at Chattanooga,. a martyr {I\T OILS, SMOKING and! HIDES, B \uiuhvthat! he il i now prepared to do }

'upon the altar of his country. One day i in CHEWING TOBACCO SNUFF and CIGARS, of d. & Provisions PAINTINO( in all iuI.ranchev-IIouse.Sign. Carriage
various qualitie and brands, PIPES and TOBACCO ,
and Ornamental und 1
.the performance of his mournful duties Surgeon I'Dintinl-Grninin
BOXHS and alwj other articles. CEDAR
Paperhanging, (having jir.-u-licod: the trade for \1'1'A
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Cox essayed to amputate: the nanglcd.Jimb We alwa.s: keep n fl11tof'k.: : :I" tlii is our PIX.T- | twenty scars in 1'uroiic: and America.ile. M
oj.a .Conneticut soldier. lie had be- All of which be wishes to Bell at the LOW ESLIVING 'l L1IGiiE1'.11tTJlI\1'., ORANGES, to itpftite all hiwork with nc:itn.x. and! activacy.N. engage. ;

., ek 'come greatly absorbed in the delicate task. PRICKS, for In our Stock will 'ali-o always lie found) a good a..- ? I>. (ir.unin: Sign and Ornar.unital Painting t.I y

4 When the medical attendant remarked. portnicnt of .-c POULTRYSUGAR I Mpetiahy. Work-*>ht)|' in )[.l..uic luihling.I .I

"Doctor, I think that you had better stop -'> I Tauip.i, 1) 'C. 15.; 77. lyr.
CASH or Aiproied COUNTRY PRODUCE.Being ---- ,
TinwareV 00(1 and --
ttbe operation;the man is sinking! very rapidly Crockeryware, "
.'" '. Ho !For Tampa Bay! f
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; + : iVith Bake Ovcn-s Jake: Pan: }'lIt.*, heating and
,, Well, replied the doctor.without look- thankful for past t, he will endeavor) to merit I (;" 11.ill!: :-to\\ooc: SYRUP I' "
,. :ins qp, "the work.is nearly over., and I might future, favor by keeping up a EULL: t STOCK: of We keep all )kind of Stationery t in common use, \ Grove
''.as well finish it." all ouch Gooda a* are in demand in thin market ul..o School !:, rk4 and) Illjnk: ]liixiki.We Orange Hotel
you afterwards the attendant declared: selling them ax Wu he can: afford them, and are in cniniminuntioii with thu KM deukrsNorth ) l't: Ac.: i
'"Doctor, the man is h paying strict attention to hU. business and the wants and South and are prepared to, supply! at fhorttice I .
dying. of hill nb The doctor had then removed the 11.
I IK .1.i..1. \
lie invited
t generally;: are to fall and examine hi s
... :aud was engaged m taking 1 up the arteries, good.< before purchaing el..ewhere. In arranging our bucine we have not forgottenthat Call in and. examine: our Stock before purchasing ][. L. CllAXK ,f CO. 1
2&1 i and be quietly remarked: the phy-ieinl |pywers of luaiiHoiiHtiiiitf roiiiircc, el'ew hen. j
J "It is due to my profession that this No n.fn..lulI\'I1t-to iin.it this want we Juuc pnivitteil, n been thoroughly:; rvnovalol is i now open 1i
J < should bs carefully-completed," and operaliou he Charge Made for *howhiGoods.. Saloon on the river, known :u> the reception of Xorthl.rn'i..itoN.. i I ; I II

is 'calmly went on. ?> H. T. LAWLER. .,.. Nothing Charged for s showing onr Goods. All who sojourned here 1:v.-t winter wcredelijchtrd.Tlii .
The "H.: O U :it in I 1 ,
He had beguu wing up the stump when .. K/ -
l t :the"Doctor hospital there's steward came along of and said : GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT Which in furnished s with a V:.ir ofthelKxtLiquors Quality of Good and Price '( llarantet'tl.W. No ji.iins will IK t>,p.in> , no use going on that home ami comfortable. f 1 J

P i.*> "' tman.is.Surgeon dead.Cox: made no reply- until the last 75, 77, 79, 81 and 83 PETERS STREET (Late New, and Cigars, W. WALL A CO. _Tampa'h._ : _Fla._ ,_Nov. 17ih. 11\;;. Cm \ .1 k

;stitch had been taken. Then Tampa March[ 2 IhTG.\ ly H Hrr f'i :: ,
gently caressIng TAMPA HOTEL. i)
KL ir the stump with one band, he removedhis Levee,) near Poydraa, New Orleataa.s where\ BILLIARD leisure van: R enjoy<)OM[it..df and in TE.I'I1.1.F.Y.the way: it likes, Notice to t, t tI tI

.- W*.* :: spectacles with the other, and looking up, b,"-4., yid where all want will K promptly supplied! Shippers I I
quitey) said: -( )- by that Prince of B-ir-Kc-eitiv, n, III) n. l!lovicln. !I

"I am sorry that the poor fellow is dead,
_1 ; ''but there is one consolation about the matter; Col. W. T. HASKINS, I 1

, Tg ,be has gone to heaven with a "flap that he For the sale of northern and d western pinto e,, For" ?/W/Vo Quo. ,
HOUSE HAVING Un enlarged and
be of. TIllS
.may To meet the Tran-jiortati:-wi demands of our trade ..>hed, i-: now ready fur the receptio on i
.. r A GOOD SUPPLY OF TilE FOLLO\MG ARTICLES \\e have 1\ 'JII":1'r'all: ,,1 t\e iM 1\\'. DILL ,, r Guest JLocationHigh
: To Make Cutter Hard. that nin regularly iI
The following may be of advantage to WAREHOUSE at the foot of Dry andPleasant
'. 'some of our readers who make butter during PORK, BACON Between this Point and NEW ORLEANS, .
I LARD Tahles with the bc
: the summer months: "An English butter <
} maker of large experience, who is noon a I I And are in clone<< connection with the "t<,amer.Jal!-
visi\.to" this country for the purposa of looking : FLOUR, CORN, .,. OATS, Ify City and l 1'iuilit, and I with exten-i\e J"a*hh'gte" Street, tables in connection with the House. Miller & IIenden Sole Agent Tampa, s

over our cheese!! and butter dairies, gives I). ISAAC Clt.H'Tgl'nt arch 2, ?&

.the following information concerning a method BRAN\ : HAY, CORN MEAL, Wharves ,and Wareliouscs\ We are now prepared) to receive and put in store all Tampa, March[ ,2d, lyIleiTinan 4

in practice anion, the best butter makers article of merchandise" shipped]> to our care. \ Efl1ThDR.BUTTS3l I
"Wejssbrodd\ l l
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t I rof England for hardening 1 or rendering butter We are ennMed: to ofler to patrons the l Lest facilitiesat No.12 _Eighth 3*. .
a t. firm'aud solid during the hot weather: Carbonate POTATOES ONIONS, BEANS the smallest: expen-e. We hall continue to fur fe $t. Louis, Mo. ..... !

t>f oda and alum are used for the S .A 30 :1> T..., 13 Tt in OTXM*!kM lr..U4"M cmkr Mote I nTte MI.i.M...nml te tW UMU tnbMDt pkyrfcwa at Ite ..It. I
t, I purpose, made into a powder. For twenty DRIED FRUIT, Etc. ni"hCORN" AND FLOUR ta fnetlo UM*Wot 1.1u.--, (n*. Uw -.,...of puMiaM.bu Uo '.amiMThtt .. --tII& .1. !

i I pounds of butter one teaspoonful of carbonate We w ill al-to Keep on hand a large Stuck of Harrness Maker, Upholsterer &c. PHYSIOLOGY OF MARRIAGE ,
i, of soda, and one teaspoonful of powdered ale AT FREIGHT: ANDCOMMtsMONS f) : i iAT ill- The PRIVATE MEDICAL ADVISER :.:
I -tf) T.IP.FI.... .
r.: the ACTUAL iXJaT) -to the full t'Xt'l1tH' can \ BookthaimmlTOvMMM* ....-I_.hi.n_ -
urn are mingled together at time of churning FLOUR .
I "'"""u mint to >M>H end ter..........
I and into the cream. The rai-e the means |<> pay, the Produce market l eing be found at the corner of Miller & HrYider- ..ui.L.aTbsy: ..r.lMrr ... 'UI_.... """",7 l
put effect o f h.We Can .' .......-; ..-t7 .. ....d.TT i ... Ir ;ow:w
bacd actual
CmuhAdvancednnall .sotItnshaL'. upon Ca> $ Stored ready to do all kinds of work in PF..gnat..W..t.rt.a.trs.aarlrterrM.dM, .'
..a this powder is to make the butter come firm Connijjnment*( ) { ...
either buy or rvcei\c, __ CORN, his line. Repairing of Harne-w, Saddled,, &c. wlt sli te lhpr0..eeratrl.tedu'.Ibe.t.. ..' .. r.
n&d.WM.rtwr.w. ... .. ?
and solid and to give it a clean sweet Savor. @Il Prom stly. lIe keeM] ", on hand a good at uc k 110 ....Mss+_ .18 110_.-n-III.,d f
It does not enter into the butter but its Orders Respectfully Solicited and filled at t Leather kM W> .nm hto. .... ...7r _
action On (iUEi91Illllll) Ilt HAY, Saddle*, Ilri.JIC1. Buggy Hanies, Ek dd le T.eba srbh..reaul ,w 1t'1fOrllldl71oa1d17
is upon the cream, and it passes off withthe MEAL; flags Stirrups, Fircinglot Girth Ac. Ilk. w4 U* _*__h'110..*1...W I as

buttermilk. The ingredient of the powder lowcft marl-ct prif&f. All the prixlucU uftlle Country for which we can e from.'-a dw. r..a.twr..l BUT Bta k. ra r
should be find! market here cUew' Valuable Place for Sale. rntia; ram .-0 M. -.e.II.IIIa. '
r not mingled together until required Tampa, June 10th. *;6. tf.Henry a or here GRITS, lam toftXMn.-. ___. state. I
to be used, or at the time the'cream is \Vo thank our friends for their I'atronago/: and Containing 100 acre of good pine land with 800 tt rtwsr..4taal.fprewr..gw.r.... ,
b in the churn ready for feeling that a mutual inteiest Lt the true of --. -
put churning. /germt:
Brumick POTATOES, orange tree*- 00 of which are now hearing for n.tta.r,eI w'
t ? trade, w'e have tlioulit;; it right to j'u-1.1 a good part f .OOO. or the same 1.lacwith ItiO acre additional qorc
of our profit to the ('\'n"mUt.rho l gars all tho for $10XX( Thus raaoe Ior ',
place i in located! in the Clear
l ; ; A Good Interest Table. bunion. Our (Clerk are attentive and we invite all OATS, Water pi
section t 2 miles from View Old r
1 Ray on Tarn h
'i -; ,' *.The following interest table is worth preserving. who have to buy, to call and look at our I"hock0.1 pa, and 4J mile from Clear Water hluff. It i i.* elevated
we promi-e that we will duet fully show! .
[ you our SALT and For M
Multiply the principal hy the num io'-4{ and not take the least otiuue if you .-.lu'1I1.1hal'I..n I healthy. {larticulant apply at th 14otlice. Iafball1eCutee.--; f e
not to buy our "holetock: : on firm ._, 42-tf._. ,. 'WIlt0+ It o..urw... 'f'Io
your ,
I bcr of days, and divide: RICK, Ac.Which --- -- -- -- "'il.w: 1
visit.troY' SCHEDULE OF .pA.......... ...tl J
r If at 5 cent, by 7,200 THE HACK LINE .'1-et :
per Boot and Shoe Maker Lot we might l loe misunder-totxl, in ron_ I
". # If at 6 per cent., by 6000. quence of our fair way of eakinjj, :as to term, we BETWEEN PRESCRIPTION--FRh, '
If at 7 per cent., by 5143. notifies the otler our cu,.tomerti, we Fay once for all, that we tan >' the rverttj: t.'urtvl HelUlnal W..k.L
that he will and Fort
public keeps n we ell at greatly reduced Tampa Meade. ,
rates Ma.buod.oA.ndt.orden
HEREBY for Cash hr htooj on brld,
: If at 8 per cent, by 4,500. assortment of excellent leat f r anis 1 buy only or equivalent, we cXI"tCash ; Wholesale. tb'' '

;1 ,r '.) If at9 per cent., by 4000. prepared to do ub.tantial and neat work at fair t G. I. P. Ptialvn & Co. have started a Hack. <1M ll e n MeN attat.. tb....... c"I--.u. a ,

t ; If at 10 per cent., by 3,600. prices.Jackson's or .Equivalents, LIBERAL ADVANCES made on all Consign- Line from Ft. Meade to Tampa. which departs aarrives nd .... ,.,..kaN&" '
't.- If at 11 percent, by 3,273. Corner, Tampa, Fla. I menf entructed to our care. respectively an follow: T"Ortal"'MI_ ,_,..
-1 T' e It at '12 per cent, by 3,000. July 2877 lyr. When we sell our Goods. Credit I being the ground Leave Fort Meade! every Tuesday Morning'and O P I U M Cl Optav. :.L Kitta_*..w..atts.ww,. Wf .. *' .
? rill of HIGH PRICES: : Respectfullr) arrives at Tampa Wednesday at noon. wt Uii e\Gnu. C..1..a.
If at 13 per cent, by 2,760. Now is the time Leaven "" -
l to advertise in W. W. WALL A CO. Tampa every Thursday morning and Watt\e.pw,7.ite.el.>
.'". If at 14 per cent., by. 2,521. VE SELL For C..t SH. Tampa, March 2d, 1876 IT arrive at Ft. Meade every !'riJ3Ynin tl.1IO.r..a.L Urt.lta..)tatNu."...,...,Tft.
AI .11.'c. we.
1C at 15 per cent., by 2,400. 'THETRIBUNE. Five Dollars N the fare for a inglepavsenger: and I -
,. TampoMsrrh.t:" ; l j711.: Iy Subscribe for THE SUNLASD TRIBC E. 100 I 11*. of baggage. &''tY Subscribe for Tm:Tmct'xE. .dull .

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