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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 8, 1878
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tampa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hillsborough County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hillsborough -- Tampa
Coordinates: 27.970898 x -82.46464 ( Place of Publication )
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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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Succeeded by: Tampa tribune (Tampa, Fla. : 1885)

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I 'I '' .:,,' ', EVEItY SAT PIJAYED recent disclosures and confessions of they fail to understand each other, misconstrue It Is understood that the Governor has
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; } BERRY RICE. JAGOP BORN, AroClTrUS RICE.
t McLin Dennis &' Co. their motives pull out their own *:-Jand
S YES create no unusual PCU- been in consultation with the Comptroller ,
.2: : ";.' UFFI. OF Wmn"G = RICE, BORN & CO.,. sation with those of Florida and elsewhere; hair and gouge out their own eves, old raw- other Cabinet officers on the financial e.
.'. ti.rt': EETS. 'b That i wju t+hat's the Matter with Thousands of who arc'familiar with the conspicuous figuring head and moody-bones. That j8 to 7 arrange- condition of the State, with a view to further '
( : : of these chain ious. Whatevermay ment with a combination of other more important .
'l <' political reduction in taxes. Nothing more definite _
11 .. f' ISING XUkAJfis in PIANOS & ORGANSScattered
: and Dealers
: TV Io. f:1 Importers be their motives for raising the curtains causes, is not working so much like a was determined on, we believe, than that .

: .:.r'. ESO d ,Y ffe"v throughout the South that .children are exhibiting and making public such enormous greased axle in the Radical ranks notwithstanding there would be a reduction, but to what ex- I

,1 ..-< J..rig>, '1 .ti....$S I FOREIGN DOMESTIC AND COUNTRYHARDWARE daily forced to practice on, rfjran.llewof the fart that crimes, we may be certain that they are not it caused R. B. Hayes to ascend the tent, whether to 5 mills or 41}, will depend 3:,

'" :',.'...... '..'. } 3 I '' '.1'. 513 "f r. neither pleasure nor pro;rw t.. can 11\-got from an antiquated good ones, and every effort now on their pmt exalted position of chief executive of this big upon the amount of taxable property the tax- : .1
'; G worn out relic of the day when their l evils such America of but somehow his well organized -
of
to as'th ours,
-. \I nth mothers "took music.:. If remedy magnitude:: :r books of 1878 may show. Last year the real
; cjjjlowed
.tnllpace.
:, ;'..;; A UAR will be you own to be guilty of, only sinks them deeper machinery will not keep the trackit and personal property of the State was re- ..
adverJt8''r. claarged } Want your Children to learn fastand into a cesspool of Sniuqity and secures to grates and chafes and produces\ rankling turner at S30,8y8,247:: and if there is no fall ,
bylaw.Local \ themselves that app1Jrtum which they richly in the Radical breast. It U true, however, ing off during the believe ,..
noti xTCVli'ne.' IMPLEMENTS become musicians, buy them deJ.1lntl'''' Instrument present year we
P ', dearly: Coutrectai< rwth AGRICULTURAL *. with the improvement of the present age deserve. The good people of Florida I that the government has! not yet fallen to that the needs! of the State may. be met by a '1\
l. .,. mercLant l ski: and will be at their advancement. both Democrats and Radicals tender them pieces under his administration he is also J'
s ;;c.: eT aJ ontllJ' and ettl you surprised rapid tax of four and a half mills. But if we may ; _
i
.y. no thanks. recognized President, whether or not he is : from what of Eastern
BUILDERS' GRATES &C., judge one or two our
'.1.-: "\ --- ---..-' HARDWARE, After having wrought and accomplished entitled to it ; yet some of his acts culminatewith : cotemporaries have said, the returns for 1878 '

irlt4' \ftjEJnta ac- 44k4. all the mischief possible on an honest and a deathly 'stroke to the -programme of I are likely to fall considerably below those of
CUTLERYIRON unpresuming populace, robbing the people of the Radical hood winkers. Now if the Dem- 1877. It has been said that there will be a

aordtntly.Obituariesesoeedieg ten lines will, be charged the State of their choice and political rights ocrats will stick together and hands off," decline of two millions in Duval alone not

upu ms advertisement '._ S now to come sneakingly to the (rout makinga give them a fair hack give them rope and tit) much because real property has shrunk

'Adrertuements Inserted less than One :Month ?1 NAILS AND HOLLOWARE, rIr poor, pitiable confession, evinces a moral let them figure, by the time Hayes\ administration that much iu that county in one year, 'we ...
der Square for first ad 75 cents for each subsequent turpitude, betrays their littleness />f soul ends every honest man in the Radical apprehend, as for the reason that owners will
S insertion., :' their lack of principle and common use arid ''party will leave U in di?gust. fail to return it ". at i its full cash value" as
Advert emenlt not marked with the number of Tinntrf Stock, TooU and Machines, House We know this between
baseness
=;air pictures a degree of inherent that wrangling patties the law requires. However this be, the
until forbid and charged: ac- may
inserted ,
Stair+ungly.z'will.be Furnishing Goods, hell itself would fail to sound its depth. is an inevitable accompaniment in party divisions extent of the reduction in taxes will necessarily !:: .

sor. t SPECIAL.RATES to liberal Advertisers. Hayes' refusal to recognize and sanction the but how can any administrator with depend on the disclosure made by the -

r Ii claims of thee Carpet-Bag-Kats, and his any dignity and self-respect recognize with tax-books.! Ou the basis of 1&77 the tax as- '
i:= TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION : TIN AND JAPAN WARE.Sole A failure to secure for them fat offices seems to unconcern a system of go'ernmcnt'swinlUingof sesseil! ought not to exceed 4) mills but if '

Per Annum, (Cia advance,) $:.00 be the prime cause of their humble penitence.It such a gigantic magnitude as is practicedhere there i h much decline they .cannot with safety -
Six Month '1.00Sngl. N is causing the scales to drop from their in America ? Here is a field for com be placed below 5 mills or 50 cents on the
: copy, 5c Agents for the CelebratedCHARTER eyes and: to remove that combination of influences ment and if this epoch fails to furnish topic one hundred dollars in value. Tax-payers
that
A toes Hark:on jour paper signifies! your which in blind- for the 2nd 3rd. and 4th I
operated so powerfully present, generations. not to the
term of mil riptioa has expired, and govern yourself STOVES are averse supporting government
accordingly. OAK ing their judgment and swaying their actions there is no other age that will. It furnishes I when administered on rigid principles of .

in the electoral count. material for the pen of a ready writer poets but will not sanction rate of
-- they a
------- ._ econony .
,___._-, ,.. But that crime-for I call it crime their
PROFESSIONAL & BUSINESS CARDS. -sSuperb- a of the can display poetical powers, tragedianscan taxation which raises more revenue than is

... .#. '. 89& 91 CAMP STREET, Instruments darkest caste-which so darkens the splendor act and the rurals can talk. absolutely necessary for frugal expenditure. '
D B.C. 1. MITCHELL. of Hayes position: as President committed by So much for this hotheaded America in For this reason the State authorities should

9 Physician. & Surgeon-, Branch House, /507 Magazine Street I so frCmOidanJ extremely! m-rfvctlv low and on reliable such! Makers easy! terms are> now that sold all officers and returning boards, cannot be blotted th* 100th year of its self governmentProgress consider well before determining the rate and '

creation can buy.LUDDEN. out. ('ouf's.'iousmay make some amends Do you suppose Gen. Washingtonwould in the end adopt such a figure as will not be -
: 1 T. MEADE; f LA. New Orleans, !La, and remedy some evils did they cmiuate own being Father of his country were too burdensome! ou the one hand and onto .

.\'bFFICE-I: B DzialyiuU. & MitdielTs. Store.. ., Tampa Florida, April 2n.I'6:! 1 y. & 33A.TES, from pure motives ; but when actuated by a he now alive and seated in the executive other will be barely sufficient to meet the '

BRANCH SAVANNAH' GA., revengeful spirit, treacherous in all i its bearings mansion where he would get a peep into that economic requirements.

i DP. F. C. M. BROWN, only! gi'iug'Cnt to the lowest passions dark scroll iu which is registered the deedsof The expenses of 1877 were l'213,207.10 of j
y I 1 The Urc.it \\lloll.1lc Piano and'rgan dealers of blot from in official circles ? No indeed ;
WITH of their hellish: natures,'cau never dishonesty which 8154,794.74
:=. & Druggist. the South, sell inttrmnvm from all leading were raid during the 3
r, Physician now
their moral CfCutcheou that iadellible stainof he would not want his venerable name associated
:* "
:1 R. WALTER & Co. Makers direct to purchaer, on the :\Agents, No year.aDdthebalance.aJ10uDtin"'to $5 ,412- :i
t ,"'/ /-) AT HIS OLD STAND.S Commi-teion' Plan at Muniifjctiircr' Factory I'rU dU'-ouesty. Life may be Jived and od! with that of a government whose records 36, will appear in the rcnort for the en'tyear

( 1Carch 16.18. Iv.H. Lens tJIl'n'Ly'ing purchasers the large coinmiii-.- age!, stamp its seal of withered manhood, butit !I stanus blotted! over with 8 to 7 in the as having been paid duriug this p:
; WHOLESALE MAXCFACTCRERS ion heretofore paid to _geiita.! From $50 to $100 he would year.
Y will wreathe a crown of disgrace to be face of 250,000 majority. N'o. The total amount appropriated for 1878
: R.R' j3ezijaxxiixii M. D. OFT actually saved in the purchase of an in-triimcnt worn through life, produce a dirge of woe at the hair of the head, as he did the about u
; der llii* new srtern.1 rite fur particulars. We ; drag by ; 'l l2QQQ, and the expenses will not
C-L O T H I G
fi'; Physician & Surgeon.HESIDENCE 1P can't be under! cdd. death and both follow their victims into that dirty poacher every scoundrel in office, J give exceed this sum but will probably fall l below '
7 Octave Pianos, $13.; 4 Stop Organs, f dark eternity where all scoundrels are sure them a kick that would send them like winding it. As a matter of information our readers -< -
-O' .ca daLaifin3r't o-Ai of Tamp AND. 7J Oitavc Pianos. lair 6 :Ship Organs/ CO to go. McLin & Dennis arc not the only blades to purgatory or somewhere else. we give the following statement of the _
<<, 0k AVArtuia Arrnvt 7J Oce; Piano, ]CO 9 atop Organs. 07 concerned in these schemes between 1776 and !
/ outs! perjured) to \\ hat a contrast 1878 condition of the *
I OFFICE.-Corner of Franklin & Twin Street, Grand square Piano.17t | 12 :Stop Organ*, 78 Treasury on the 1st of May. ,
rob the of their
Thereis took his Presidential
people When Gen.
political rights.
Tampfi, Fla. V oL 3$,Xo. 1-ly. JOBBERS IN CLOTHS AND CASSIMERES. Washington Warrant* iioued br Comptroller from li t .
MASON & HAMLIN ORGANS, a host of unscrupulous demagogues andpotty scat he reflected credit to the position January to 1st Slay, 115.8..........._.... $70,430.15 '. ,
,.TOlll. 1'. Vail, 7 Stops, $100 I 9 Stops, ?10S. fogging! simpletons who prowl through and as Shakespeare has! something to sawith. Of which won on account of exiiennea ot ; "

PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Baltimore, !Md. Send to the North find bs Sirhulirtl. the campaigns of politicians as scavengers to a fitness for every man here he hits on something -- 1877 and previous years.................._ 44.94S.82 f'
perform the meanest service. Tools of the good and it off in these weighty !
TAMPA, FLA. Tampa, March 30, ';8. 1)r. Not be rt'J'lItal.le makers like Steinway: ChkkerngSkd swindling machinery of the government, line, Washington gets would say it !oo. Let Leaving for expenses of 187*..?............$25,431.33: i
Rut
OFFICE-In Block of the Court Hou*?, final lout Ity ln'gtu.. ; lal1llfaetlln'l"'rs who catch the crumbs Receipts at the Treasury t
Wt JOIN HAILE. PHILIP T. LAWTOX.HAILE c awaiting to that fall from none presume to wear an undeserved tJJsjJ'.ity.O on general ac- _. ;
.""rMr'Or LiLtnue and Monroe:Streets"GAT n.ln.rti-c :1l<(O l'i fur:::.too! i6Z4)1'ianns for$175.
: ; :nos : their masters': tables.DUJKS that estates, degrees and offices were cot count from 1st January to 1st May\ 1878 : ..

t; OROWSONT"ATTORNEY &LAWTOX/ $such:_;U Orp alo-unl r.-.for$6.i.Ik'offt-rs.( IJuy''iiistrunu-nts 1'tionawlFraudareinall made l I.y o1 M of the duplicity of their superiol'S.rea derived corruptly; and that dear honor was From taxes of 1877............._............ $95,460.85FrO.'U :) --' ,. '"

Factors& Commission Merchants, and! always reliable: manuf.tctiirvpt like ,y for auction the lobbies to the of the highest bidder. purchased by the merit of the wearer." From lren taxes: f1 of..1876.......and......previous......_..._years....?... :24ti1.13From 12142.74, \(:! :j:

AT LAWAND Chiokeriiiz &Stms: Knali-.& Co., Hailu&ItatiMathu *, They throng) legislatureand Shakespeare says another good thing and audio? tax_..._................____ 424.40 f
-hck Piano Co., I H.iim., Iin: "'., M.I-OII& Ilam- urge with audacious temerity the Samuel J. Tilden would it "Custom
Forth Commercial passageof say too, From redemption of lands_........._......? 157.51
IN CHANCERY Wharf, bin, and )von will havatlunc that: will 1-u-t a lifetime an y'Lill which affords\ facility for fraud. calls! me to it, what custom wills in all things From miscellaneous: Bource. ................. 103.96 t
7 SOLICITOR :and please' you better every day Office halls which should be
Charleston S. C. kept sacred are should we do it? No. The .dust ou antique I -
TAMPA. FLA SO BOGUS: OR 'BEATTV. TRASH \ ....._ .
to prostituted and made the goal of private recluse time would lie aud mountains Total receipts .-$133,247.04 i 7
OCke,in Friebele'. Building-Up Stairs. sold from our houe. The MaVei'it nuallrcon all in order to concoct high handed perjury error be too highly unswept heaped for truth to Warrants: : paid by the Trca.-ure-..>__.... 78,007.42 i ih i ,
Instruments we xcllitnd full information atot quality over-
'ddr c Tampa June 1<. .,1873. 1 2ly.i. : Raga:ng supplied, LiberalAdvances madeon durability and! rOfill'"rath'e'aIuc will be clit-er- and fraud to cnaiigo records, fill out peer. Rather than feel it so let the high Balance.........................._.- -.Jo-x239.G2- ..* :; I ,
B. WAtX. D. W. C. VTILLI3. Gmsignrnents of cotton Rice and other fully given. To ai.ll.ul't'h\ in making a judicious blank certificates etc. office and the honor go' to one who would do Balance in Treasury January 1, '78.._ 8,919.24 '
W..A TAIa Sir WILLIS I Produce. selection iind.ure for them the ,:inc.t I ).tnt- South Carolina Florida and Louisiana, to thus." lartyn n says another thing but ,
'. 7 rucnU for I least jtuxMble grin in our invariable ruleand which these Carpet-Bag-Rats have flocked 1 Hayes would'nt, "The man who tries to rise Balance in Treasury' May 1, '7*_..._.._ }>G4t53.79 :
this iiunn'ii.Ho andincreiw-!
I Attorneys & Counselors at Law nn: >lmF\Cg : ing trade.to we owe our success: like buzzards to a dead carcass, have got on his country's ruin, lives in a crowd of foes, A large amount of the assessment for 1877 )a

: .AND Gill m:8 s Co. their last picking and now conies the wail of himself the chief. In vain his! power in vain had not been paid in at the time these figures.. $ '
\ Euwix HATES &\ Co. we can sell P'MM'' in-trumcnts 1'0 thcap. those perishing whelps; it is their inmost obtained. The directed .
piercing
SOLICITORS J.V CHA XCER Yt WHY / i : his |pomp and pleasure. His guilty thoughts, were rate to be collected l
.5 A. S. Jt iix$Tox, President Bank of lifcati-e we are Whole-ale }IValeM t tm,tmi -oul with thrill cf f
u last six mills
TAMPA, n.t ..\,. woe. those tyrants of the soul, steal in unseen and year was : or CO cents on .
'rely ASVIIN, 'utinguannLuiunrg,: -in Jo\'t n
Charleston. 20 tf. repdt 1'itj what a pity that Hayes had not the hundred dollars l the
TTf lLL PUACTICE iu a'.l the Couru; of.SOUTHFricWle'n : -.. -- State"and M-lliii! more ip-triuninU! "t'3rthan! all yes stab him in his triumph. But he will say one \ gross amount ,
j J 1 \\ F1.ORID t. 4JYce-In: building. A. UJODMAX.. LF.K ROY MYUKS. uthtrSauhcnrlkalerstvmldued\ : : \\liolc- been eloctctl long) ago; If hit short administration it by and by. OLI FOGY. of such tax, with the State's proportion of ,
..
t : -.- --- -- salt profit ":1 ea.ih I ntr u' i i.. all no w.uit. 'I has wrought such a potent influencein Fort Mendc, Fla., May :??, 1878. the poll-tax added would show .as follows: .' ,

.' / : s. 3 r: SF_ II\I..t: N, / OODMAN & MYERS 'I knocking; the scales! from the eyes of these! .. 6 mills. on f30S9S,247....?1 H'),:'. 9.H' .

i ,'. n..L I-An.v; Stand from Under blind beggars' ) they 'might lung since evaded Point IMiiellU Items. full tax .?......_. -21,55u,5u.: ;
I ,...t. )- A.ttOltl.C'V', X the blunders they have committed and escaped
-'t, ,.) .) aril lit r'ryI fl ; SOLICITOR JA" CHAXCKRY.IT. WJIOLKSALKTOBACCO er'crtlrtLIIJI11 I :v.l'ILlIE':t'flll'f and ir> t>e 1l,1'r:1,1 tremble writhe The Democrats refresh both animal and vegetable life, hence ('oll\'l.tt..IIII'| to 1-.1 Jan., ';J.H 6.1")",G-i ., .
IUlIlngouizc.

/ <1. aunt HI in fur all/ Piano mId ( war, Collected from 1*Januirv to '
.' MEADE, FLA.WILL and n
1 rUACTICE in all 'the Coaru of South & CIGARS :TL'*,I Ci.II..L" rri 1. .....t'l, is' working such a wonderful Public school No.-at Piuellas, openedsome < .

....." hoar u. now Come' and C m w lu-n ' "'c.. LAW OFFICE.Penwick IXIHIE & 11AT1-X: avannafi C.a.SemiWeeicly ; incorr'gble: nl'(,.-tah and having such a 13 to 15 scholars.I This i is not a creditable exhibit for the Tax S ;r
--- -- -_. .-- "-' -- jwinted effect in restoring them to their Collectors whole. the
: 1st
133 BAY STREET.SAVANNAH ; natij- should like to call the attention of as a Up to of May, H
.
L1 R, Taylor, u.
d r A GAINESf f'lLLE FI.... If ono year only of his: administration has! well in this! locality. Some of us who keep it will strike those who have been prompt in ,
1 :; tt before U.& Land Office at'Gainesa :, GA oubosomed(1 such u I1Ct'of corruption-has cattle and bees on small scale e\'en. are now '. paying their taxes as remarkable that BO -1
btr ToWeo I'acton'0. S Cigar:i Factcrv :\0,616 opened the beads and heart of small a of the whole 1
.k- S and at Waliinglou, D. C. attended eyes, so many realizing that this is truly a land of "milk proportion amount
-- J.,.romptnedsi.bLL __. _. Lv.cliRraci:\ A. \EW VOUK.Tampa of his adherert-s* what will! four years bring; and honey." should have (,een collected and paid over in
m March 'J-5, 76.. 1)'. forth ? NowDemocrats, just! hold, let them that length of time. How much of the large I
; yFINL F1SLEV' ---- sting; and, bite, kiek and pull hair: it's a fight -A neighbor of mine; living on Big Bayou : balance: due will yet be paid it is, impossible '1
ECKMAN went out striking few days since and
L & VETSBURG 'of their own, you need not put forth anyiHort captured t.) say, but it is quite evident that the rate of. '"
three
large .
meosuriug
rorIle3'm'oot : pf-rifaps
) tarpons p "
ou your part ; the delivcrwill be l :taxation: to be imp \- .;._ Law.r T (6 feet in length and weighing 100 bounds :
-- made and \\hcn it'coitus it willlJe.Il'l' black be graduated well the of
as by amount
taxable -
;'J"lLLE III n.j. Wholesale Dealers in I! each: ; these fish were cleaned! salted dowui' a
,. FL o Adam'cat.. What
!" tr I as a man sows that: (shall property in the State as by the amount
if: I ..t: I jjCEin r this State and Federal Court.pcial .- Service he also reap and if this panic hitherto forinij : and some on table for dinner. This of 'Ourse' actually coiluctul and 1 paid into"the Treasury.The pl
attention to land litigation is not an every day business, yet it does notastonish ,
e dable Radical
j has
',. mw1tnaar in the U.:S. Land Office.at Jack+onFU. Dry Goods< Xotions &c. party not sown corruption I those living on our coast. t..1J'n".s necessary to be met can be approximated -
TO no other party will. The nest however is I with tolentble ccrtaiutF, but experience -
.and D. C.
Washington,
.. ".. I about to hatch and! then the nest goes by the,,i' -Some of our people j improves this the 'so f far shows that calculatiug! the income -

COMMISSION MERCHANTS &c.U1 \ Savannah Ga. CEDAR KEYS AND TAMPA board' ; nothing of itill l lie left but a stench most idle en."On. in cruising around the coast at a given rate of assessment w quite} t

i I of foul air. Those pestiferous\ paraites will I after turtle and bird! egg! =. which are very another matter. If 50 per cent of the $9-5- .
June
t \ -TISON&GORDON. ---9-, 7.----.---- -.---- -.- ---tf. I have to shift their lod,,inirs aud infest regionsmore plentiful-if you know where to go. i 000 due on the tat of the present month is '

t A. Einstein's Sons ,VIA MAXATlli' VI> IXJMO.YT. in conformity with their filthy natures. Encounter with a huge IJaltor." collected we will have an aggregate of only .

1 1 i 1 1Fj ..}' COTTON FACTORS .\ little fumigation with a compound of honety A few.davs since our Jung friend Scott S.I I. 8159,000+ paid in on the assessment of the I

i STKAMKIl and iru-grhy will oust them from their shouldered his faithful old shot gun which past year at ((5 mills and this:! will leave only j

1 i ANDmission S WHOLESALE DEALK1K: former lurkingplaces. and then comes that t '!; wa* well charged with buckshot: and strode I j a small balance in the Treasury on tub 1st of r "" ';

J rJL.7.'. OOOIIl: :.A.N. ratting, crawfishing} and catcrpillnring, which i iU offiu the direction of Salt LakeCrek to kill January with which to begin the operation f
BOOTS SHOES & HATS i: prominent characteristic: of such knaves. '! a monster alligator: which he knew made a of 1879! when the legislature meets. It w 1
bL Merchants. W. T. JACK&ON( MATI.IULeaeTair.jiaTri : Yet these j poor downtrodden, civilians came-1 i business of basking: himself in the sun shine i quite plain, therefore, that if we are to have t

: Savannah 1.:>.}l\Y fur C tlar Ki '., from the far North with hearts weighed' every morn. Approaching the spot} our low taxes the Tax Collectors must show diligence 1
J1 SAVANNAH, GA. __ G21.CA&HART&BROTHER. Arrive at Cedai Ke>. on Wii:. \1-'H.\: 'l down so full of philanthropic' sanctimony, I fril'llllw the rusty creature patiently waiting in discharging their duties. The Comptroller '
_
.T J, -- '- I.t-areCfdar Keys WiiiXr: :>I I,11'e..r Tamju' ith the love of
also
w in their i ito
: hearts has instructed
t '76. "ly. money the approach of some un-uspecting animal we believe these officials -
r 1.kllr / l' Arrive at Tnnn on TII'IH.\: l ..
relieve the I
i Leave Taniju Kill: DAY fur Cd.ir} 1 Kt-xs, jxxjr uegro and his white compatriots little aware we must suppose of the to make a fiual settlement by the 15th
.C }+, ,tip& PINKNEY Arrive at Cedar! Keys .n SATl'KhAV.( : from under thralldom of political 1 trick about to be played 1 him. Bang !- of July, after which those who are delin-

,,!: Importers and Wholesale Grocers, I eave tVxlar Key!O im :SATt"UIAY) fur Tampa, and financial pressure. Missionaries for pro- splash, splash, and such a rumpus: i is seldom! [ quent it may be supposed will be regarded }
Arrive at Tampa: bn'C: 'U\1).1' moting civility, improving the moral I tone of as defaulters and be proceeded against! as S "i;
1: \ (; SMERCHANTS{ XO!'!. CO and 58 l ark IMaco, For Frei ht-or -age (having) t.'xcel1eutaCl'ommodatiollsj the! 'Ollllllonwalth., teaching otli l white and seen and heard. In a few seconds! all was quiet such.-Floridian.Household. :;il'

-' )) apply to the Captain onboard black, God and morality. To be thus treated 11 I as death, and the young hunter pulling his -it t

k p 1't.: .. : .. .. .-..,. .:: ..{.COt". .."./ NEW YORK. .NEW_ YORK.. .or to'- by one, IIi fraudulently Returning B. Hayesis I pants over his! knees waded in to secure little"Charlie's" Hints. it i
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: Agent, Tampa.DAVE knocking lint from a new place and
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v I ( ) body. Grasping by
; : : ..t.. : of Cotton Solicited. C. R. POST, --- hurt There were natives in the country A little corn starch in milk will improve ,
.. ... ...BVfA" WILSON, his tail he thought to lay his lifeless body chocolate.
up-
who the rival
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i ;.;: _-... '-.: J ra W.W.Wall&Oo,of Tampa Succcrsor to POST A Itnnbr.GROCER. Oj TnlMuwe Fhi., icithIL struck hands, -greeted them with a I ou the sward when lo, the.dead\ gaitor tired Turpentine is the best to wet stove polish .:

holy ki-s, formed a compact and entered intoa :j of being fooled with bought to make a dinncr with before: using. .

: rid JT. F. M. Z1EGLEK. LITERS & BBO. covenant never to ct-asu their efforts day of poor Scott. With one wild fling of hU One cup I of beefs gall in sixteen quarts of to

; [IDT & ZIEGLER. I nor 'night until the worm rail was put ontop : tail our friend was prostrate: in the water, but water will keep red clothes from fading..
WHOLESALE: ; in order to effect this it
DEALERS: IXToljaccoS j ; was needful
-r. ti AND DEALER IN 1 that they be made the law-makers and sensekeeix ( with the speed of the rein deer he made his If you will pour a little vinegar in the water a

A'tlesale! Grocers, J I rs ;of the common \\cnlth-mmt hold j way on all-fours to the shore, the gaitOl snap- them you bright.wash blue clothes in, it will keep 4

Western Produce : the offices!-coutroll the money and drive abig ping his merciless jaws close at his heels. .;
j. i Rm8! OF WINK$ AND LIQUORS Q & I IU 'into a small hole ; hut this hole was Our friend ; TEA.Tea is best made in an earthenware S
_ Cigars Liquors.Savaiinnli II I iu the middle plank of their I political plat- I' thinks! if gators won't eat men tea pot which should be kept dry for if allowed -

1 91 & 93 MAGAZINE J* form and they have a desperate relish for bones.. He to remain damp after it become
STREET
i ?fos. 49, 51, 53, & 55 New Levee, I ,- - Geo. j by rept.'lu driving they have use '
Order ; finally drove in one that has split their plat j, hastened home a madder if not a wiser man, mu.-ty. The water should always boil when .,_
; sulieitt.l.1'remptly! Filled and sati.factioaGAUAKANTF.EI j form uud now down conies their fabric witha but not before his last load of shot de- '
(; New Orleans. NEW ORLEANS LA. was the tea u added. Tea u not wholesome taken
> .. : > 6m crash that their I 1 ton i
t:, ,.. .. .. rumples lint and it hurts.: posited with "little Charlie." N. an empty stomach. -

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THESIJNLANDTRIBUNEII.I 1857. FLORI I IU.STATi: M f LITIA, ki1lby unknown putties iu 1'cnsacola,. on LOOKHERE. .

> TAMPA, Kui.. June bi, 187S.GKXFtnAL 2Sth.
night Franklin A
Comer
; LP.WALLu -' .. Editor.T. It is highly important that the people of OI'.l.IERS. 1 I. Uv aijnuient i( the unNO. [ z
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Watermelons ate bringing 60 @ 80cts.ii TAMPA. -
:, K. Spencer,Pwb'rfi;Business Manager. South Florida should not forget that in 1857 I I. I tler '.'-;-==- =--=-: command of time 5ih Brigade, Florid State Militia, Key Wcst.Jnotatoes: $4 @ 84,50 per bll. THE EO OIIUB STOCK: DEALER IX ALL In
: Tampa Ha., Saturday, June 8,1878. u railroad from Amelia Island to Tampa comixk-ol of the Counlics of )(\M&tul', Manatee, chickens $7: (0J $8 per dozen and scarce. y CO

Bay, with a branch to Cedar Keys, was char JIi1l..L'roll h. I'olk, Orango, Ufcvartl and UtJe, -The Governor's of Tallahassee have RARD' I, -
guards, LATE
-16r Aia''Bu-unewLrUerXflwuM be cent to the! this road with IIea l Jtwrter at Tanipa, }'b.i XOF TIE
tered. The chartering been invited 1st : Alabnml"St.te .
company i II. The following are unnonnml a< l'Qmp' ojinI .by icg.
Pnb1Wnt 1I.d Mar.gi--C nitilirmcation. Ac., to IRON STEEL, -
has never built the road in conformity with I the Stall"of the 1ri. ('u'l roininantling. They 'Troop to attend, a Southern Military meet- : i1AIr flSiStFnn :
the 1ltICr. I will IHJ oU-ve l and respected| antinliiiKly. All ing in Mobile ou'the 15th of July.At W. W. WALL & Co, nULr. o
-r --- _- _.-______ _.----------- .-.. the charter, but still claim i its franchises, not communications for the** lldiJ Quarters will l tie / .
tlce. withstanding the fact that over twenty years I the Democratic of m lb: vacancy at West Point which was held at StoesTi s
Voters Ilillsborough
have elapsed! since the charter whs grant 4. FLA.,
bold Maj. J. It. S ingey! ,-.\" *t Atlj't Gt-ncral. Tallahassee, Albert Gilchrist of Quincy, was TAM Frames '.
: county, Are hereby requested to primary This company 1 has !jnanagett not only to deprive *. Clio*. Wriglit,-(Quartermaster. chosen and will soon receive his appointment.The Crker1aOr -, .

:"-i. '. meetings in their respective: electionr districts South Florida of a road, but to involvethe John A. ilcKav,-Cotnmisi-arv of.Subsittcniv. City Council ,of Jacksonville are MUST BE l'toL l lFar'

_.. n i Saturday Juno 15th, and elect delegates whole Internal 1 Improvement Fund of the John P. Wall- Surpvon. having serious trouble about their financial J p
I.Vi1tcr C. )In1one '. Jr.,-Onlnanov OiTuvr.Goo.
... : :. to represent them in a County Convention, to State in such legal trouble ts virtually to debar U. nil'killlOII-nri. In-pt-ctor. matters, four of the City Dads, have resigned CLOSED OUT, to 3000 gallons.RoyEB .

ti -- > be held at Tampa, Florida, on Saturday June the jicople of the use for which it was Cai-t. W. P. Culbnuth,-A. I). C.III. and the Clerk has departed for parts un" 8ch
Commanding: Officer of Hegiment*, Hajtalioil known. & HENDERSON
i : : ,Z:. 22nd, for the purpose of appointing' the originally: constituted. What portion. of the : -', .CouipnnicH and DuUchinciiU will, as early ai S. IX THE Agt'8D

I T County Delegation to the Congressional Convention road was; conatiucted, with the branch was practicahle) rc-jtort to the Aiw't. Ail'jt. Gt-u'l. the GEXEIMLNEWS.Congress i t .;

ivt .:- -.: at Mouticello, Fla. July llth,. 1S78, illegally and fraudulently sold because of details rc-'iilcncc of of their ntlioeni organizations; date of -CoiuiuiiiMdii naintis rank' and and will,adjourn on the 17th. NEXT SIXTY DAYS JEIM& CO

g .' and to,transact. such.other businc&s as may lion pavment of a certain'per cent; as a sink the total nnd aggregate of each command.IV. -Mr. Win. A tor. left New York, for Pur- S
: before"said Convention. Tampa It is jlll..It..1; l to the officers of thi. coir -mid, is on :30ih., ATA
: come County .
ing fUIIfOI'\ the final liquidation of time !bonds cSsnSTAH '
that they at once Yuake thl lll -lfunilitT: the I I"ebrated
: : Fla. May 28th, 1878. issued by the State[ in favor'of the road, I\ law governing tlie Militia, org:niiuitions preparatory -The .:Mexican revolution i U growing in its \\ hi:_ Georgia, S

r JOHN T. LESLIE, whereas the law the sale I to a muster of all'liable to duty.. (n-e pp. S1111I1 proportions! Small Margin
only contemplated '
: following, Uu..h'tI Digest) Peace is assured between England and }
I Chairman', Co. Ex. Committee. of this and other roads built in conformity V.: TL<.IIihtory of Modern Warfare Hluhlratca : CIGJRS : -
Russia.IlusMun. .
"War. C. vBuowx, Secrctarr. with the Internal Improvement of 1S-37 the fctlmat, a : ': Citizen Sildiery U iu l'e'l B"; WELCOME
, ._ I W P' M -; :5af'guanlI'I'n' pacific measures are exhansted,jti agents have purchased the iron .: PANDARO. r
i. .
Tanfpa's' Climate. for nou' payment of this per ccutage after the. \ to be hoped that the Militia of the oth I'rigade steamer Saratoga for 870,000. ABOVE COST. In r)LE, EPICURE WWRf .\ t -t

'I ',rcportcr of the Philulelpbin'J lltlrcrt roads were completed according to the char- by fifieiency iu Military in its pruniptueiw duties, will, Soldierly be a pride Courll.nllli also to the -The Mohamodou insurgents arc reported ( "E AMERICAN, J.\SMFxE'Ac.. !

: ters for which they were granted. These/are State which it repre-H'iiti 30,000 strong and well armed. CONSISTING. OF ____ ."

4 :: t ', having recently interviewed ex-mayor Boyd? about the filet of the (tie. and now it remains VI. Tnt 'ltNL.-SI' TRIBUNE U announced as the llapicr{ Collector of Intciual, I Revenuein TSOR T1 .;
; r -'kf Jacksonville.concerning Florida, we observe Official yewnjuipcr of these IleadquitrttrK. J '
; ; !if
Alabama is colored DRY GOODS \1.
to be seen whether the people arc a man. j
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.. going Official : U. 15. THOMAS*, & West i'
_ that the cx.mayort-pcaks it. eulogistic longer to submit tamely to thi. outrage J. II. SWISGJ.F.Brig'. Genernl. -Geo. II. Ireland & Co. corn brokers of ;,1 1

terms of the State and sanguinely) of her iu* A-w't. Ad'jt. Gen. Liverpool have failed t for :22,000. J u ClgaSJ j
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which has been penetrated upon them. We Groceries & Provisions 1
4 ; : ture greatness and, other things', alludes Smull and fever d
; nniong pox yellow are reported AT '
want them to think about it, and take SYLVAN HOME, .
every -
to the delightful climate of Tainpa.! epidemic in Havana: by the X. Y. Sun. : fr
method to thoroughly inform themselves Polk Fla. [ 20th 1878. .
as County May '
: Old Ft. Brooke, t lying adjoining to the town, -The first neJro.who ever served as a Hats And Caps, :j'
the true status of railroads and Internal 3Lu. EUITOI I have f few sAjr tious \
; been f\ to our : a ;e to'maKe juror in N. Y. City took his scat on Mth W.G.Ferris'A. .N
having occupied as a military post r .
Improvement muddles, with a view uf I which may prove beneficial, to our May. !Boots tinclGentlemen's S10C ,' i
upwards of thirty years, urng"Mdl( a large county and for which I hopb will find
you
,. bending to the next Legislature men who will -Six vessels in all are to be secured be-
of old officers in column- There be STAPLE DRY GOODS -
the .stationed to
seems
majority) inny were room your a
not.be afraid to cut this Gordian knot, if it fore the Russian agents will leave this coun Furnishing Goods .
-
the of Polk ,
misunderstanding voters I
here for of carious )lengths among .1
periods be untied iu order to restore to the try. i irottcr's -
cannot cotmtv as to the manner and intention of LADIES' GENT'S: &CHILDRENS HATS
in the long continued Setninols troubles, people their rights. It is a matter in which I mass meetings for the purpose of nominating committee has summoned minister I 1 Hard ware Tin & Crocker/ware &hul ;

: .. the opportunity for a class of med of superior the people of the whole State are interested, I candidates for the Assembly anti Souate"and, Stoughtou from; Russia. and Kasson -*, Tin and, Crockery Ware. t

; education to form nn estimate of the climate a few words may elucidate the subject and from Austria. -
and they ,ehould see to it that the men whom I Notions and Stationery, S
i was ample, and it is extremely gratifying to have some weight Upon the mind of those -The Confederate memorial association Hartee Cnllery &c & WoodenWare. :
they scud to the next LcgWatme, have proper who' conventions will decorate the Confederate at'Arlington Wiow I
strenuously to
-: ; know, as shown by the reports and I &talistics i so oppose graves Fnrniture O Oils! & Umbrellas & Parasols. '

: '. of the Surgeon General's office, that the climate instructions in regard 1 to this matter. nominate candidates. The very intention of on: loth.Ninetyfive: Pant, FURNITURE, COOK STOVES, &c. .: j
Fraud and villany! against the rights of the I :i convention Democratic and U the best New York business houses I '

_ x of tlii? l'I., was considered by far superior people may triumph for n season, but theyarc menus 1 by which_ the citizens can bu nnaui- failed in May, gross liabilities 83,680,300, Hollowware and Willowware, BRIDLES, BHTS, SPURS, &c .' : ': ,

: to that of any other point in. the 1 iuuIv I represcute'but!; if the projier preliininar'yteps assets[ 89.j3,4ti:}. _
bound be ; cud and .[
to brought to an and Implements HEAVY AND LIGHT :
prove ,
Southern State Its superiority is found not ; are not; taken its object is thwarted have for Fang ,
the truth: the old adage that "honesty t is the Georgia jjcaches been selling Sadder '
and disorder Xo reasonable!
cn-ities. man
In its and cf Philadelphu. GROCER1ES I
; only geniality equableness temperature SI,50 per dozen in Richmond and and FMilng Tackle,
: best po1i()'." want the jieople to wake will oppose a fair convention and the way to ?:
the of which about
; averages are to the, importance of retrieving have a fair; one i is for every man to take an FLOUR, COnXGlUT.EALIUC[ };. r

r: : those of Cario, Egypt, but also in its great up rights, aud to do this, it i is important; .their fur interest at once aud have his interest represented -Two.L executions took place on 30th of Cooking Stoves,_Stoneware &c OATS, A q FHK.LT, : / -

-: t salubrity and marked exemption, comparedwith in the convention and then there can May, one negro for murder in Ohio, and a SUGAR, SYRUP, IIKEAD, BEA'FERRIS' .
them to consider it well before the fall election STOOiC-MUST BE SOLD
be for for in Texas.A THIS
almost any other point of the.same low no plausible excuse an ohjection to the negro rape HAM&t

?. nomination and a refusal to support the terific cyclone passed I over Richmond, L. CELEBRATED
$ altitude in the South, from,malarial diseases. .
: : Such diseases as 'dipthcria, membranous U. S. Court at Tanipa.- nominee. There have been conventions held Mo. on 2d, blowing down .one hundred And Parties with the CASH, l 11 '.A A7) 8 .1 LTED ,. /E.1 'S
in Polk and nominated in .
county men good hou-w lots, 8250,000.
; Canned and Vrtservfi all kinds 4i'S
croup and cerebro-spinal meningitis. are unknown The following bill was introduced the faith i by as.good and intelligent men as the -The steamer Idaho, -truck a rock off! the TO SPEND, CAN MAKE Jrut of ,

., here,' and typhoid fever has not; prevailed U. S. Senate on the 20ih May by Hon.C.. county contains, but a lack of intoreapmanifested : coast of Ireland and sunk in twenty-two tuinnte TOBACCO&S] S. .

here since 1857 when a large volunteerforceoftroopswnsticre. prior to the convention and tlic inter- t.\ _
Jones, and Las been reported on favorably by >; all on board saved.An : BARGAINS
i't of so few being represented that the majority And Fancy. (Crnl''ri4'of c\1 mrletv !fe k,'[*
the Senate Judiciary C mm lhc. I ITo .I of the county revolted and! the convention appropriation of 83,000 U investigate 4 on Ii U.I l I!arj.te ..fOd.f(UMM| 'uU-l ntinl (Jot*!* to

r-- extend the jurisdiction of the District was regarded as a loathsome packed" the hi-tory and habits of inlets destructiveto BY CALLING ON US suit tin itiiutrvir.t.k. au.l. uSVr tlutn chcip thnl'n'r
lr n..ll".fun'.'
: (.edar Keys Quarantine. an-1 Circuit Courts of the United States for ail'air, a" king" that would embezzle the cotton, has }):" ed thc.&euate.WASHINGTON. 8U( ,&Ui! it, I II lutd an 1 ciij' ..lul l ut -

We are. unable" to appreciate any cau>e the southern district of Florida.De rights of the county. Such impressions will ; June 1.-The debt statement .\rJ O IV 033. lowest rltt} h.l t.1

for Cedar"Keys establishing q1arnutinagU1lt'this defeat the best n.cn in the county in an election shows decrease of 83.000.000.() In tinetreanrv W. W. ------- -- -- ---
any il CHtictctl-by the Sennte and IIon.c (iffleprc.eut4Ifsves a W.\L t( : '
and should bo avoided. Some oppose Coin Sl j50OOU) 83 ,'T.\ P. Henderson! Co.
place. We think it well enough.that : : currency, ,
(if the United; Slate( of Amrrtcain The llurbcil Wire Fence.TltH : \ : -
conventions the that the -
:-. : upon ground countyis t (000,000.) ) ) ( The) public debt i i-s $2,036,000,000():
;
/ sitlhould 'enforce a rigid quarantine IlL Ciiiujrcsa a&ewllnd, That from and after i entirely Democratic.. I deem (that a very new style of llainl wire fenc N much mi- DEALERS 1: .

4- f against all vessels arriving from the veil I the pay&gc of thii act the Southern judicial llim-y argument for this reason ; every proJcinct I I EvoliCHta, the Lcrdi-t General has cnpI perior to the finale ire whirli ha. U-en. u-ed! 1 )l.Y. G ol,, .
I lured the town of Saragossa and threatens M extcn-irely for many years out \ ltdngcomIN.seut
; known.yellow fever belt of the tropical region's in the county duuhtlcscojld bring .
I 1'-1
: I dUttict Of the State of Florida shall cmhraoeth of tun strand Ill;t.tl..1! wir\ the stretched -
; but there is certainly not the lea.t jiistiCcbtionJn of ;\'a'lln I man regarded l as being well I <|tin I i ficti i j Piwlni Mi'gnts, Mexico. (Government troopsIntre t wire.i it not N litily to I-e ",Itt l by alierna- Clothing
Ileruundo
.counties ;
HilNborough, I I' tn till the i>osition! hencu we would have half I i gone to meet him, and a fight is exportiil. lion of hva: aud! cold-; :",11:1": l>. ''will 1.lt ...ulypreeiil
& 4 enforcing it agaiuVt this place Polk Manatee and Monroe in said State !
", ; a do/cn canditlatcs in the field at one tinuI '. block puhiii aic-iiu and breaking i it, but

', c.r : !t is not only} a heavy tax: : on our semi-weekly and all the territory within the re-raining\ !'I would Urge our citizen- to become rucoucilctl'aud !! -The Cuban: in
: mall efcamcr, but interferes with the transfer counties fchall constitute the northern judicial : unite their force upon! the rirrht man.We lui arrival in X. Y., accompanied f over. it with ini'uiito! li ri, t.. clotlics and hkin. (\n-

1 : : of uliJ:5 'and passengers on* the departing, district.SKC. want n<) Jlu ilanimoui who neither has by two of his stall*. Ha denies that he lifts lttfiuly, t;ir fiiclii'iiu;:ganlIH and.orange groves Hats of ,all kind. S

trains the mornings of the steamer's arrival I coinage nor capacity: to tell what be knowsor ever surrendered, and that ho made no terms mur lown-i Im.1 l villii: fs ty f\.1! o uiih.lt'itt no lH.-ti -rcnolorurc
: That term ofthe district and
a knows what he tellbut do want coiiUl ll. little .
we an with the |l.r.iJl,1hln UIC.amll
1 : there. If Cedar Keys wants the good will of circuit courts of the Ui.itcd; States shall bo acti\vv intelligent man who. will tic every Spaniards. \. fan II""tI It nM Tamulia.] Hardware, Crockery and Tinware, :::
Cinrk-on X. Chairman of JdCl', 1XKX: ) : .V (CO Xtrwto Oilcan. 4
1 Tampa, we would respectfully Miggi>t to her held; iu each year nt Tampa, in :1i.1 di-trict, cifort in his jimver to make ouch imptovomcnts -Hon. Potter, .--.- -- ,- --. '-
t .. authorities that tho course she i is pursuing in a* will enhance the appreciation I the I Investigating Committee, publishes a GOODS &0. !
ctimmcncing ou the t iiot Muinlay in March: : I : lung and intonating letter explanatory of the. Whom It May Concern :ANO'

1; :i :. this matter is not calculatt-d to secure it.We Provided, That nothing herein contained "iall i ibo I South will Florida bo a benefit and ,induce and not an a immigrationth.it bane to our 1 1i I purpose' of the investigation into )llr. Hayes'stitle 'JOTICK}': IS lUCnilHY: : : tiiVKX: that ten .lay. Groceries Provisions

: therefore respectfully suggest to her authorities con-tfucd to impair or ellcct the jnri-dic- 'i :cm: i iI' ) to the preMdency., .1. afl hereof, :mi.i.lienti..n| j wile "ina.!o to .
coHiitrv. iM It iNi'J
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Hon. lUiard of I'anlon of the FloiiJa,
I ; Forae modification <>f her quarantine t Ihnllf the district and circuit coarts of the I' _- The hostile Indium under Bull : -
Siting\ fur the j-anlon of who WJHronvictcU .
Cl.HIE.TJOIH :Ibesy Cob..
t regulations as regards this place and )Man : STATI: M\VS.: trouble. well at the Courtof
United States for tho northern district of i iFlurili I promise to give They fire arm : 1ri f'"
Ih atee. criminal -The Cuban are returning from I Havana: Ill ll\uI Sitting Bull made a speech nod stilted I HilllM>rotijh Comity, A. I>. 1STS, of breaking
in cSe.j I'm.I,1iug !
any or niul! in the' lime with in
t-r.U-rint I'liililinc .
.--.--- t to West.Vhooping. that he would return to tho United States a uiJht Received weekly, and bo sold.At
1i Key
therein at the lime of the pn.,age of this lent to .tcal, nii'l! :intmir.l! l t,1 tIll lri"un fur w -
r We call attention the mat- \ I' ntivl intake the A
I .to reading -\ cough is abating' iu KevNVcst. soldieri weep grand war the ll'rl of live n'nr
act; but the same shall ho )proceeded in to dance fallowed the sp'rech.The \VALLVII.1.1t4, .AttIl'tlVC'Prlc.S.
1.: ter to IKJ found ou the first page. We are t. .
final di'jHjsitiou a* if this act had not been ; AtlyV (for Thoma. _
; -- I glad to note that the State finances appear to pa1. i -The cigar factories: of Key We-t are all Bannook Indians: to tho number of June 5lh, 1-'S. 2w. -
-. \ .._ working full l force.I'JO.OOO hundred, under command of HUtllo; THE2; : >-r : TKICliS PAID FOR.
\ >. be in healthy condition, and that with anything two } -- ---- r I\:1ar .
a. II'I
i. ; "', like a f: valuation of property, as given loud Will. I ) ( young shad have been put in I' I Horn are encamped in the lava lied and !: The National 1 Copying Company,
:
. 11-rainbia liivir.Tlie have ordered the {whites to leave I the Country Produce
"I. into the tax-assessor' dU.'reu IK eflectcd There is no place in Florida that i is .I I i prairie on penalty of death. The Indiansare .\TL.XT.EO.., S
ilead of infantaj fuiind in
a considerable reduction thc'jrate of taxa e-loemcd I I aUom i liody an -i-rii.i. ('oPY ,\ I-N1..1C l: r:
highly by
; : :. our people, Iwar-I wellnpplicd with anmmnuhnition'tns1eroii's :I Plf'TH'-
All in Dearth of I
f of Feiuundina.There CHEAP (COODS) do
time reels
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I .1 1t 1
1 Ic dim .
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.t neighbor 1'1111'1'.IIIt.IIt intercourse sly IU\\\'t'r or :" .
: ( I 11 a\
f tion. This reflects credit on Democratic n.l'l j tilllonhl'rC the ) to give u a (':II"rur. 1'mirvha..ini'
'' with its people has convinced us that the I lia: been a IV)-t OHiee citahliaht.il !fI I tt Potter Beautiful, Unfading Pictures 11'\lll'n. ,
i $: ministration as compared with Ht'I' lbiiclII of ,II Clay '. committee i i- t the absorbing. [topic in Wa.-.>lungton. Taia; Fre-h Ikil at the old Itml. every
ftvlingand interestof! both are identical, I I at King-ley, county. and putting tlieiu in handsome fr.LII' at I >-trviniHUrale t .
I -- r t 1)rcVl0Ur?, and I'is the I btroug&'t kind I I i t'l|, :11111C are as-urcil that; should misfortune\ j jj i i. -P
i reason for Democrat doing his duty in j. overtake thU extend | her line. i I indirectly, a paitv to the murder of \Velwrupcrvi.imr lidlf'.t'dear r.l.iiiye'r l'r'u.I.! either 1 livingor '
every i j city, 1':11111''i1I to u' I -hip, to J put on new have SF"t ii f. >.*.Xt V MPhysician D"
; von
of I'.irNh in La. in order ":ad. \ II"vImll..f'
t ,: .- the approaching fall election*, so as to injure ',, that charily and assistance which their nolilufeeling' j -The I Ilcpnliliean-i huld t their convention I of'a a letter of Sherman's, to pet I urh.. ,'al on TllI.l.II: :.rtn't!I the I'..t I IOffiee. Doutist, &: fugcr"
{ ; would .-Key ]H\t J't Ditjtateh.We l'u"rl"1oll making ; : ., HUH- i; .
: what they feet out to accmi1lili-teuut.niy ink Prm! 1't i in )Montiovllo the 1 It'ilh .J'111). I \\ } il \ _
I I corrupt piopoMtions.Tlie I pit-*. and will tike piunrehave them eopii-d
) ( 1 aifniiuistrnlion and u reduction of the burthens :- lIre our 'neighbor of the Nhind City I, -I'. II. Allen, receiver of the .1. I' & M. 1 'I' nnd eut.irgt id I to ,Mill jour you "1.1 tit.i\,r tlum tIt v"u- NEVE & JENS _
German clad Der Gros-'e Kurfnerst
of the people. Great cud* are only that th'ctc kindly tcntiincnts are cordially: f I U t<>ad, has IK'en removed, 1 by, Judge Settle. I iron large, ii.ind-ioiiie aiul Ilfa.lil uu na.rL.ts ofo.ir. .
: : I I Iof' wa sunk iu the KnijlUh Clmniiell bya friend : EAII-IS: : 1 .
-.0 ,I' h achieved by perseverance and #tcady lickRemeiuber -*. rcciprocnUxl, and sincerely U-n-t that the day | Quantities( :Spongeire: lInIwin; : colli-on: with another iron da.I. of the tt\'ct. Onlert ndieited from or ( in : .

3t : "T.. that. is not far iiivthc future when the !bountiful i, !liruught KeyVc.t t; rfl 1 her HJ i is paid fOI'l I. the K'''*:Wilhielin on the 31st. She sunk. nando, 1'olk. Man.iteeor I: t\WI I IlilNliomii I ) country. !h i'unnt i,.1tt ECllCjI

; '",/ -.. city of Key Wht will lie linked to the main- I it. i HiLiu-diately., 1 Her boiler exploded as she S t A. 1'irlures x\nt me hy mail >liill: have "I'cal[ DruJ" : % .

; Steamship: Quick, (Morgan's line, put i I went .to\\ : She carried of (000. lhnliul.
;, The Cemetery. 1:111(11.) a railroad. \\' unite with her people 11 a crew men, THOMAS( A. CAHUITH. .\01. Jewelry, Fancy"GJTC -
into Key We.-t on 'Jlth with broken trunk- : "ielll'rc llrlm nell.
I J"iO of
: :: :; In passing the cemetery one morning this in urging tho importance of the (;treat j l I \\ T.itnpa, May 2oth) 1";$. If ., 'KTO. _
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i _, wcet we noticed that the Colored cliildreu: i Southern Railway on the notice of ('on.t I I'll'S.. I n.; McLin has: declined to go l>e- ,! =. ADVERTISEMENTS.n 1 '.(. A. 1MURo J. R. MITl llttj. SjKi-ial Attention given to tw! COM IN>Lc'Pltysiiiaiis' ; .

:4) Jiving in that vicinity, were using it as a play i! grew. f fore the Iiivotigatioii Coniniittec at .JlCk-OIl- I 0-- : Rogers & Mitchell 1 :
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i c" .',. ground for "jiiJo and wck." How inauy or- I 1."ilIl')11' I TAX COLLECTOR'S SALE. I 1 ) 1rescriItioll"-) "

moro convicts have the J. lll l..' Memorial I. A Xi\v ). K. 1'\I'II-I lIrill the M---I .1. O. Whitney, editor of the :. I GROCERS !I .a
t. MOn of the General! Conference of time )t. II. I .\ line died l in New York :'iOth FILLING( COUXTKY OBDEKS. __ _
Utrll- *-,
: r Society to j par for their nc\v pnrchaau before I Church South, at Atlanta, a change in ,the n on 5'T O'l1'E IS llEIEBY] : ilVKX: that the following 1.\:1 S
: tilt. i .1." .It'1 il'il land-: ho hold at tublicalirtiqin. ItEci:1VIN: : OF TEETH FILLED, EXHUCTKIV and AllTI-! .b
that long t Iked of fence is put around it ? I uewl'papcnof the church was made by the wi \Sf I I
ft- -The Monny House at llnmsnn wn I 1 1st day of July I)., 187S, at the (.n (CKI.I.rLOl: l) : i in..e'ztiI
If the memorial society i is going to ilo nothing delegation interested. A new PUJH.T, to Iw I Iurinc.l till the night of the ltllith all its i Court I H Western .
called the Wedfyin Chr 1.lialL Advomtf, to he } the 4
)" then the town authorities s-hould see that j jpublUhcd content.The. l"'f'of. an wil ni-itrffary t. pay Hl.\H\ : S
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Macon takes the of the : avHt.l against sail "laiul.n, do of work -
at place I Ullunll :U' also prepared to 11 manner: .
lre
.: it is fenced in and provided with a sexton, so I tfuulhrrn Cltrifiuin _Idl'ole.[ The new pIJH.'r fteamer Pmt Mor-c i i. now engasfd to!fther with the civ-t uf sale alI I adverti-in : PLOURtNPt.'CIALTY. I iu the ..

aa to put a stop to such facivligiou'? indecencies !, fills out thi' subscription to the oM. The : in picking up the broken cable from Kt\.1, Win. I'.mt man-S K: J of N K J. 1"'. 9>, T :tlIt) Jewelers' and Watch 'Makers Line,

r \ as that we have nlludwl to. Xo wonder !I ,'fo/rf/KTii Jttrixti'in Adntfittif ]is to l h>o pnl>!i'h1 West to I Hnuii.Frank "0: 10 ;U'f'; for the ears of 1 H74-73-70-77-$.o.70. : 81 Poydras St. NEW ORLEANS. S

: the hearts'of tbe bereaved are made to feel a 1! 'll 1 hcicaftcr in Columhia S. C. as the organ Ix'slio's artist, iu making-ketches > 21(C\nis I, T ::9('harh'-Fin'I. l K 1 li2-\acres in :W } of :\}, Tampa, .\lri 20!( '';.- -tf. ,\.I WO:" \V.tRR.tNTP...--. q4
j of tho South Carolina Conference. A. O.Haygnod i of St. Angu-tinc, phuvs the rising )Iuun iu 1-:1 We iu\ite attention to our STiv'(
.: tlill more J poignant anguish at such (1c.'CraI -! i is to lie editor of the M'fxteyinCltridtaH the North. : I II. l.nt.ni-\V i ofS WI!JS3ITS1 I, I U 17 ; SFN1) YOUK UUDKIb* TO TiE Tamp 1'eh. :I. '.i. S '
of tho final of f I M> acres-? -
Lions reiting piaccs departed I I. AJroeiittt( and F. )[ Ktiuiedy of i Master Yoike has 1',11':1,1 Win. KiiinuT li.3. I/.t ,. I:. S Ii T 3 KEY \WEST MARBLE\ WORKS : :
I ,. beloved ones when flowers and other mementoes -1 the SvmdlicriErist1n Adfxnte.Wo t -P.xy : -lh'll! the : j, ; : t. 1 18rOI ; A. B. EIV S
cola ami; Lotii-villo H. It. for S IUO, i j'J damages alf"11.
V: ; placed on their graves 1)))! the hands I _. r for a broken leg. I 1:111: (;in**-N J ,.f X W }, (k' 30 a'rl'l) S 1 i T. .() Vi'N JU-I-UY. Proprietor.or .

:' ':: : affection, are trampled under foot or carried clip the following from tho htabula 7 -.. 1 1 1'J ; ."\1 I'1 a.r.iJM'Hi.. Sun & Iret-ni-Strfel-s.
The of ;
off by thoughtless children who have (Ohio)Ttteyrajih.KxMayor importation fruit from the'I'lot O Ktmerer-I'art of s K: I of!> 12, T 29, It IS ; 1.S .,
\ Indies has been prohibited by the health otii- ;au(\> acres-*s.SI.I Ivium. E. O. CWYNN
frcc/kcccss to the cemetery. Shame, where Hepburn returned from Flor- of Jacksonville. ,.
cer \ A. )ll'Ky"f S W }1. and W J of S E .
Is thy blush ida last Tuesday where he has been for the }t. S t> T 32. I 17"; 13S: acr.-s-f J.,10. A.nctioiieer. I
The turtle Merchants of Key Wot
._. two months.. I Ho has completed in I pay Boot and Shol1HEREBY -, ; S
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r past put Tlu')lelnillt-l.4m4 2! and 3. the ,
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3 ct. for turtle and I retail it to the "
the for a railroad from Tampa to the JXT of l"7"i and 1 7i'i-jl.'l.lO.: KEY WEST, FLA. '_.
F. A. of Ft. I survey 'I'aJ : -
tgi. Capt. Heiulry, Myers, H l.n'ts.Mr. I notifies Ihe 1"IUi.\ _
t St. .lohus' river and will with hungry public at I Hannah 1 I Nt. I. )'.tuck j-f2.03. t
hi family 1.l-I.t
return Atttnd.4
to all
p out iu an aJdre .to his constituents of the 'I ,]>ertmiully ":"I.. C'ounijjnnicnt* no- SHOE: SllOliii>
: '- ,. 24th Senatorial District, in which he ably in the Fall. Dr. Wallace and Chas. (J. S. Searing, of Jacksonville was I )Wade Tnllr-I.t\\'hi.Ill'n-\ tt.}I. S Klotk 20..T tlH.U.Im.y 2S, It i.22 ICO ldtt.IIIl satisfaction u.iranteed.: 1'rompt return ing. and ill prejuirtxl lit do all wurtneatr \

; : : review public affairs during bw term of office Fielil have started for homo, making the trip a'IOintt'Cl'il'c( Counsel of Brazil for Fenian-: I acres.' tur the 1 74-5-76-7)--13.9.; ; I mi. OtfirV'Knnit Mreet. .C-" and! ,1I-I all'h. t S -\0
'I'f ----- - -- Kla Jan, 19th .
: for the la four It i U published iu the by the ocean route, on a sailing vessel. lima, Jacksonville and Cedar Keys.Iv WardVn S W -- Tampa, 1877.V
: >t years. I \ K.: j of S }, S I IS, T 31, I 17. VW IBIV BB > > AMB B BWMBMMM pvM W S
Key of the Gulf. --- man named Turner living near ( yars Is7t5 and IS7;.) :0 aoren-f4.7o. JUST FROM Till: 3IILLS. S

: -a--- -.\According tlmeIt'y afthe (Julf{ some Madison young, took strychnine through mistake :;unur)I..rmW J of S W }I. S 15, T 29, Ii COUNTERFEIT Purity Flour that in \A I K ANTE I) SOT Valuable Place foftAf \
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erookt1ness"ias been discovered in the at W. U. FEKK1& ..
!IS ) arrp -f 2.02.) \ ACRES OF LAND lying 12
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tub" 4th i for quinine anSI died in a few minutes.Mr. -\ -
-Cedar Keys is to have a race on i ---- --
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fi : of July. The harbor is well adapted for the i "Custom House," however at that plaThe has l been rescued JUan W. W. Moore, of Lake City, and Owner unknown-Ix.t, 1 and 2, llloek ::1{1.52. JUST FROM THE MILLS, TOO are:'aa follows of Tampa.: 16 acre The on improvenienUtC land under,, '1 '
gone wrong I unknown S E J of N W }, Sec 4. T 2*. 1'uii TY O ril that \
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of such shallow draft vessels.' We Shine of Tallahassee OWI. of cnltiration 50
tJ display ana set IiI right again by his friends. II Henry have been ap- 1 K: 20; ) for yearof l 1S74ThTfltO) nClf..66. SOT J. W\nU\'TE ; Orange Trees, 15 of whil
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jtoole ou Uro. ilcllvcine. jHinted) lujiecters of Customs at Cedar Keys. VOUSTERFEMT.E. bearing-the reot will bear in two TCSI'1t. 6
'V- -' j' -()\in r unknown, X K: J I. S 17, T 27, U 22 ; (f'r : A. CL\HKE Grape Fruit 1n.'l'1If; 2 bearing ('each trees flu l
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r -Two gentlemen from Cuba in the i -The Pensaeola Gulf the nf l Ii '.7iti UU; .
; arc j Steaniahip Compa- vt'ar' ), acre*- j-14.83. -- --- large 3nalla Orchard i Grape ArLor; Limes a4 ;
I1 I!oiw. C. W, Jones and II. II. )[ vici/iiity/ of.l'llatka. buying uji 2 and ::J year j fly has organised: in Pciisacola. with I D. F. I!: S. K. SI'AUKMAX.Oilhvtnr I have AI..O ju.st Received the Purity brandof Lemons halit'd. sweet and Sommr I'lurull and atqIIntmty 1

':? ; Davidsou will accept oui-thlllkl4, for imjior- old hcifi-rs ftir stoi-kiu'g certain IMIrtilmml of Sullivan President amt1V.. 1 D. Chej.lv: Fccrc- Flour which) I WARRANT XOTIXH'NTEKFEIT I of GlI"\L \I'Ily 10 I < \ 1
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r Et SUNLAND TRIBUNE Tampa's 3Icrcliants. gentlemen. Capt. John Miller started& i ip :way Tampa cannot J>e excelled by any other '

: i Tampa has been peculiarly fortunate from I business here in 4867 in the store on the cor- I I lace in the State as a high-minded, honorable THE BAGDAD: SASH: FACTORY CO. Y

?tPA :JUNE 8,"1878. her early history in having had, as K rule ner of Washington and Franklin streets for- and virtuous people. ,

good fitbstatjtial. men to engage in mercantile I, JOcrh"the place of business of Capt. James

iiDk )(NTEI.LIGENCE. pursuit; .. As si result of this .we.sec today j McKay Sr. before the war. Commencing in Our Supplement. Offer for sale at Tampa their Goods consisting
unostentatious his business) On account'of increased advertising ,
} some of the tame business men who started an manner, grad our .

"4r.. and rain needed. here over thirty years ago. Most of those ually grew, and in 1874 .Mr. ""III. B. Hen- business, we issued bur first supplement of All sizes'of Glazed Sash panel Doors ,
bVr the free use of Avho wmmeuceti in business here at the same i i it Heifron became his tartner. With the in miscellaneous reading matter I last week.. This ; ;

- "ttfect.'z i ir mUd. hare disappeared, have gone to that creased: pild wliict this latter gentleman : we shall continue to do for the benefit of cc '.

x P lilt wino stolen .*. bourne frpm whence no traveller\ returns f* put into the, business, the latter rapidly grew our home subscribers until we can perfect Window &, Door Frames,

j jTrod. their ledgers having been balanced by Doath, and l began to branch off in \'emllJirectlons.In arrangements fur enlarging the TKIBUNE cc H a

set and not without a large en-dit being found iu I 187U, with the late W. "'. Wall, they which we hope to do early in the fall. Window Blinds,
: > at 5frs. heir in the final: reckoning first essayed steamboat; enterprises and in'this
favor
wo trust j
wiMlit ,
w II Fun Ahead. And Cisterns from 1000 to 3000
J lay. Among those prominent in Tampa's I, direction have achieve already au extraordinary gallons. i .
cattle earn tow early mercantile history, whose places arc j success, due iu a great measure to The first (performance of the Tampa Varieties -
r* K. SPENO 'I Orders received and perfected by MILLER & HENDERSON Agt's.Tampa .
B p ]Rasa goon. now vacant, 1 may be mentioned Kennedy, I IJrbwn Capt. Miller's familiarity with practical seamanship Combination" will take place in the -

_urn t V% and"wor ; < and McKay, Sr. A few of their co-1 and marine Hairs: !!, and his shrewd Town Hall at the Court House next Monday Fla., May 18th, 1878. if

-TRIB-- temporaries are still left, and long may the"1. business tact. Both Messrs. Miller & Hen night The members of the Troupe have

SUN 0 survive as living examples of the 1 pristine and; derson! are not only superior business men, been practicing rehearsal for some time with BOEHM BENDHEIM; & CO.
but also and the evident of pleasing the public, ,
.
:, -? the 6th Judicial(7J5 aired.r.) continued integrity of Tamju's business hisory. .1 are enterprising public spirited.In purpose
ofllci&t=! or :.T "n. Mary Iu common with all other places in I this' resjKX-t they have had the discern and having been well drilled by their effici- 143 Street SAVANNAH '

.- }EVER'y SAWR 9' the South, the business men of Tampa found I ment to perceive that whatever tended to ent manager, Mr. C. A. Brown we are freeto Bay ) Georgia,

B L w. hemsclvo at the close of the war bankrupt advance the public interest* contributed also assure the publif beforehand of the rich

.. :: t OF Vnm1o b tied bt nLd on in everything save honor and integrity. Tho I in advancing their own. Already South and side-splitting *eat in store for them. A Manafacturers of the Celebrated CIGARS i 1

:w, U EET8.- accumulation of had been dissipated iu Florida i is! realizing no inconsiderable. benefit little foolishness: n 4w and then, is relished by '

\' upholding\ the azure years which they c uceh'c.lnth.thclr from their enterprisees, and they are just the the wisest men ;" so let every body turn out COTTON BOLL, PAPAGENA, WELCOME.GQLPSNBUG .

sma IIbTSS. a bap. fellow-countrymen to (be right and men nccivsary to contribute largely and take and give the b-hoys a good send-off.:." H 1PPYLOV ERS, PANDARO. t t
; j 10. 3)10. I 10. I! ..i smil- ORIENTAL MEIiVEILLE, EPICUREAN. ,
the lead thi section.
just. All that \\"l1lcft was what little real bringing out .
Will Come FLEECE JASMINE Ac.A.C3E3STTS .
.. $10 = They Back. GOLDEN NATIVE AMERICAN,, :: .
; estate they possessed; but on returning to it W. W. WALL 4 Co.,
1 $8 tlG f-a 'iid Mr. John W. Bell, with wife and child arrived
S $15 *l5 $46 t.nr.- a new after peace price more smiled on our bleedingand commenced mercantile business in Tampa in last week from Texas where he has SOUTHERN: FOR trt
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fl such to .;ce. W r upper 'distracted country they found their 1870 and early iu the following year located bcec living for the last six )'ears. Mr. Bellis '

UARF ta will be charged at .; stores and.dwellingsdilapidatel and decayed at the present stand ou the corner of Washington a native of Tampa and his return is only Seidenburg & Co's. Key West Cigars '
'fi,. gA --her't..' r. fP CODAS It was under these! discouraging circumstances $ and Marion streets. They did a fair another of the many instances of those who ,
1 law. 1i1C: !, that our older business men had to resume: business trade aud the late head of the l
A- in have roamed from their native Florida finally
.. ... 'Local DOt-vne.\ I 1 loan honest endeator to their for- DHI's, Schofield's & Fuller's well known Chewing TOBACCO'S ,
f
recuperate
;Yearly CoDt .tith merchantal.l'Uhjl-\ firm being a man of superior business! capacity I returning to their native soil with the intention ,

ftery tWi and jcttaem \.Look tunes, but undismayed! by. the :gloom of to' their and enterprising; was united with Messrs. of settling down for life. While in IN ALL STYLES AND QUALITIES, .
'_ themselves work
'I1J
surroundings they set
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J".UtI Miller & Henderson in their steamboat
: r, '. re- : en Texas Mr. Bell, being a typo from the old LOG CABIN,
with brave hearts rebuild their business
1pZba. ..*-" to ; terprises. The house always maintained
a Peninsular office here .
formerly published GOLDEN EAGLE !
and to chronicle with pride the fact ,
:, .IS- Maj. J..IL: Allen, of Orlando, piveus day we high character for int'grity.nnd reliability was proprietor and editor of the Giddiugs LOYE.AMOKG: THE ; !
hat Tampa\\ less of her present pro.pcli.ty the life of the late 1'.1V. Wall 'p ROSJES
I during and
a. call yesterday.' ) He speaks encouraging Tribune published in Lee county. We welcome .'
from the North I'iuce
ly.of sEarrs.in Orange county.' the to war c.npital.ftl1dDcu thru: othcr place in the Stolte. I Iy under the management of the surviving partners Mr. Bell back, and if anybody rbout Centennial S 111 o Ic: i u g T o 1> n e 'o o.
+ there is doubt but that its
SQi, There will be a meeting of the Ladies' anT .I no high reputation here has the Texas fever<< we respectfully re- ..
with -
c we chronicle this fact pride li : 1-. *
Memonal.Sockty at the residence of Mrs.: say will maintained.. At present, t1 lr. fer such to him for information. Sole Agent*for JAXITYFAI$ To&accoand. Clgarete
showing tha energy and business capacities i J. E..Lipsco.nb i is the business manager, and .!;
Dr. Wall, iiext Monday afternoon at :5; o'
of our own businesS'men, and not as hitimnt- I under his able superintendence we doubt not NARROW jCAPE.-The practice of allowing -

clock. iug in the most remote manner that we arc that the business of the..firm will be conducted boys to carry firearms, and especially pis- THE. EXCELLENcE .
'la-- ri..1IiUho1tMd, her son, Robert, not truly*desirous of having a large iutlux of \! to the entire satisfaction of all concerned tow, is full of peril not only to themselves .. t

4 'and Mr. Inloe moved) to their place on the both men and capital from the North. *) long it may be'deemed advisable to but to their companions. Parents should OF THE
west side of Old Tampa 1 bay, near Bay Mew, Having said this much in a general ,
way coutiuuc it uuder its present status.: look after this matter, as there came near being
'this.week., !in behalf of merchants will to; THE BRIGHT NAVY TOBACCO _
our we try :Miu\ J. H. KRAUSE, A serious, if not fatal, accident from it 1 r
# K%,: 3Ir. Canning's Soda Fountain and Ice say something of each individually.First last Tuesday afternoon. A number of boys

'. 'cream establishment will be moved to day,or ; on the list, tu to priority, we find although an old citizen, did not commence were iu the garrison on the afternoon alludedto MANUFACTURED BY THE i
business a merchant until 1875 when he
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<0' MondaV, to the Henderson building, corner i COL. \\ G. FEKKIS when a pistol which; one of them WM firing
I put up a !store ou the corner of Zack and
Franklin and streets.
Whiting who came to Fort Brooke in 1842, ns a clerk Franklin streets opposite to his Iron Workshop accidentally went off'and the halt'grnzed -

: '' We .call attention .to Mr. J. E. I.i1s. or.Mr.. Henry Clarke, an army suttlcr. In i j and Carriage Factory. While he deal! the thigh of another standing near by. We Merchants' Tobacco Co. of Boston Mass.
,. cinb'u advertisement Wall bufiucs.s'uu. i have to believe that of the ,
; -.... celling'out at 1S4U(j Col. Ferris went into ; his extensively" in Hardware aud Ironmongery reason some boysof
a':0.:', : & Co*, at. cobl and clargw.. Go there own account, and t.meeting with that FUO his other business the this place make a habit of carrying pistols, I 1

"" _.:,'./ for bargains.NEW .Cc d hit business
't:) "; '. CCUAU: : MILL.-Mr. D.. J[. Blues a severe gale Iii October: of the saiaa: a )good assortment of all kinds and the ordinance of the town. By all means let Every plug ha a 'Talent Metal Label" with "Merchant Tobacco Company" thereon.

.... _'. '...- ",..,' cedar mill, at Keyeville uu the upper Alafia, year took otI.hii store;r situated near the bank J iut ; qualities of goods usually kept in Tampa. this practice be squelched at once before BOEHM BENDHEIM & CO., Savannah, G ;:;: :;coratnraced operations this i week, and i is turn. the river and-carried off the major part of | With others of our citizens: Mr. K."as a i some mischief U done. t

,.: I.... # ,lug out 35 boxes of pencil boards a vreek. ill goods. At this early date the town of. heavy loser: by the war, and: with his friends,
.o.q1: Tampa was nut surveyed! and laid off, and 18- We would suggest to our merchants PARCELL '
iDr. F. rnnt"h.rniia a. nice traw- Messrs. Friebele and\ Clarke, was: a war prisoner BENJAMIN &
) 1K'"eJ when the Colonel rebuilt, he put his tore on j that in buying kerosene oil they should be
_) in Tam noli can be !raid i anywhere.Iles I on Ship i..lnutl'h\ (>r he was relea-ed at
<; I the military reservation, with its front on particular to get none but the very best ; and, OF THE
1.i i upplYlDr UIS with n dish of them last I j I the close: of the war. STATE A EISTTS FOR THE SALE
F.-p Saturday, EuaCles us to certify to this fact.I I the garrison lino, at the foot of what U known ;. .h'm.- LOVKKINU 4 WILLIAMS by all means, avoid getting any of the dangerous '
ear now m Fraukliu btreeL HU r i.1enclwa ; J explosive compounds sold as keroseneoil.
:'- .. '.. ".:. 1t e.. The Fchr. I)aia:: did not reach, the located a little back in the garri'V1on the j I I| opened a store in. 1875; .in connection. .with St. Augustine has: recently suffered froma U. S.
a pTc-nic at Six Mile Creek] last Saturday but I I ( '
; considerable in Goods
;'1'9t. probably l where the Hospital ojdililiug; : } conflagration consequenceof ,
:""'. those who} where on 1H'r.f:1Y that they c ;- now stand;. In Ib'n (;,>1. F. removed to his :engaged i j a kerosene lamp exploding. Let us take Consi;

= Joyel a very pleasant] daysailinb; 011 thebay.tJGl. pre[ *aht sit, corner of Washington and Lafayette I l, boards( the length of an ordinary lead pencil the warning.Messrs..

Enforce the health ordinance: aud I Ml'\. t.8. Ilcl'orc the war the Col. did and shipping these in large boxes! to the I'eu-
r. .let not the ll'lutof the bright .mooiiliglit a very: extensive business nUll'Wl? lnyktd: l uaAt '!' cit Manufacturing Co. North. -)Ir. James as. Hay worth & Canning have HALLIDAY WIND MILLSFARM

nights be rendered"unbearable, by {p ijtifiruus6df one of the most prosperous". business menu : Williams is au old ante-war resident, and i just received a new supply of Stoves and .
r*. 1 Ix-fore; his connection hail had Tin-ware. Among other articles which house-
i iii &, in Florida. Ciippledfiaaacially, not 1 i present con'siderable I AND .., r
t INCREASED 'M.\tL Slm'tc.Ht the to say ruined by the war, the CoU has had experience in mercantile affairs. : keepers will find very convenient are Coffee ,

17th Inst. *ojni-weekly mail r 1'C '\'irefill be Lo work: his,way: up, a;; to extent of business. :j This firm has shown itself very-enterprising ; Roasters, Mincemeat Knives and Trays Po-

r rcstorcjl on the Gain \'illcana Tampa; Hack His truthtulu aud. reliability as to the I' and successful, notwithstanding it sustained a tatoe Mashers: Curd Presses, Bread Toasters, )

liue b twjiiu tiupto! : aiJ IJ.'ok- ville.MicniEn. quality ua.!! priceut' his goods, have alwaysreudcfwl : ("serious loss in the early part of last year by Tea-pojs| and Rat Traps. Call and examine PUMPS.i

.- *-Sunday: eveaiug bv Rc.T. \. him a great favorite with buyers. \' the burning of its extensive cedar and saw these articles. V J'I.

J. Sear! nt the ivsi.lfiicc alf Mr. Phillip Besides doing a safe and 'remunerative int'iue i- I mill. A':rain, more recently, another lUi hap Itir" We often hear it remarked that wood

G,ltitts., tht'-Kri'ltJji father, :'In. (IiX). X. Birc- <>:s uierchaiidisiag, the Col. huSo: : 1 encountered 1 in the blowing; out of the rots very won in Florida. Now this assertion I. X. L Feed Mills i Tanks, Rubber Hose, I \

,.J.u::.; ant!'5IiAi LEITI? ir.xY.,CoLL!.:all copper bottomed iiclnwuer:; the Delia, which I end of the steam boiler that run the machiucry. cannot be substantiated by the facts, for _

('>'tliLi! vicialty* lie Uori'-s pretty generally employed( in the !; Au cxttusive. building is now nearing! we,know of houses of considerable dimensions W aeries Points 'etc etc. L \
f.llarbel' wiry is coa,.i-\\i ise trad?;. i completion erected ou the site of the burned I built which have been :
fencing becoming I over thirty years ago
; is j one, and their mills are in full blast. The >
Next the list, as to priority, '
.. juite coramcn' in'the vicinity of Tampa The: ou I I moved some distance in the last few years. I
mills arc situated on the bank of the river and Sub-Agents wanted in each county to whom liberal discounts ; YW ..
cast of the \\.r. U about OM cent a foot delivered Mu. Juiix JACK.'OX, j the store at the corner of Franklin aud Lafayette As nu in tauce of this we may mention the will be g \'eti. For Prices, terms! Ac., send! stamp for circlars.BENJAMIN r' 4.
.I- here. who begaii' business, we believe, in 1S47.iielore 1 streets old store of Kennedy it Darling. & PARCELL, Tamp. Fl I; I

C* I'awengers pr Cochran June 2nd going into the mercantile business, he 1 0 JII.J.1'11'ALtE1' t

e ,from Cedar-Key*.-Phillip Diialyuski and was engaged; fur iJC:1r or so iu surveyingjovrrmneiJt : SUDDEN DEATH.-Mr. W. J. Ott, living .
daughter, G. L*!'. Diulrn"kit MU T Burk- lauds. ,By the time the war !' late of Mcmphl, Tent, began business! this with a Mr. Hutchiuson, 4 miles up the river MCDONOUGH & BALLANTYNKIRON

i4 Lani,. 3Ir l, Pratt J.) 1 F. Junes, Martin joiimiencetl between the \vrthau'! the S utU spriug' a year ago on the corner of Washington was found lying dead in the door on the return -
Fury. Mr. Jack 1J1 'had suceit-de l in'catabilthing a I' nUll Tampa streets.; So far he has shown of )Hutchiuon? 1l from town J last!! Tuesday -

= :; Tlia tolerably extensive and ()uilo pro>prous bitiiiies. t himself al-tJmpctl'Jlt' business mau and a most: night. Justice J. W. Campbell acting AND BRASS FOUNDERS: .. .
jtf-- :Steamer Cochran had to bo
put citizen. lie deals principally iu
*. having coanutuciilagaiu: on the i worthy groceries coroner viewed the remains Wednesday V
k on the marine railway yesterday in con -
etpicnce .
of her shoe ha\"ingot loose from bersternpekst close of the war, Mr. J. has duo very well, :. etc.MR. morning and being satisfied that death had MACHINISTS AND PATTERN MJ"S,
; anti ho is to-day one of the largest owners ol "'. 1' IIr.M.r.r ox Co.. not resulted from violence atthe hands of f' .---
I last .
her the The
on trip to Keys,
} real :taw i iu 'laiu;,a, He :,ull! Mr. Friebule! I or.nimeun-d merchandising: at their any one, did not deem an inquest} necessary! Streets :
damages: : will bi repiire.l: t In :i lay "r so.Vo ; present I Cor. East Broad and Liberty
the next oa the list, 0a lamlivr siw-uiili :; stand had of Lafayvtte street, last fall.Mr and had the body interred. r
L \ until the wire the other ,day to pa- situated ou the river a little beyond the cororate ,'.
\ I' Henderson! i is the brother !
: younger NEAR ATLANTIC AND GULF RAILROAD DEPOT
iher the local fnuu Ft. Meats. aud here *BJT The Ladies Memorial ,
eti net lilU Iu bu.-iui traa ictious Mr. Sottnke
|' [ ::! j of jl r. "'Ill. IJ. anlll Hon. John .\, Ih-nden-iin.
t r;.;,, s M thcroult: "Diialyiwjiijind i i Mitchell are j. is UIJ:t.Ilor his lair dealing. His tine Mr. 11'.1'. 1 H. has all the qualifications' for I !great pleasure in informing the pu that: (:r\- V
wiling! the rhcnjiest ::tJf\ci'th\t\ have over i-toreii situated at_the corujt of Tampa and i making a 'U''t'i'-.till merchant and business! they have legal;; title, to the lot of la lying SAVANNAH, _
.y Let f old in Fijnda"MiTCiinu.: east and contiguous to the Tampa C V
Washington ttrotts.Mi j !,Inn., .} we doubt nut but that bis'11 I etery MANUFACTURERS OF
: .'';' .' : r irS1? <'S Til1if' anti Blanche, daughter: ;' :. C. L..1F LUELU, '!; known enterprise: and bu.iuess integrity will and are offerine for sale burial lots 20 feet .t,
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... ,:,.'{ of.Capt.James McKav, left in company: with settled iu Tampa and -'}luenccd buiiccS in !i!!, insure him a successful caroer.. square 5 feet apart for. 810.00 each. Good SUGAR MILLS :
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,. titles Those
: their father on lat Tuesday* steamer for guaranteed. desiring to purchase
184S: and his met witt lair share of sucre.s.Like | ) rsHAYSSWORTH CANNING
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:.; '* Gaii' TmP. on a visit to the family of Capt. will please apply to Mrs. H. PrO eutl.
1-' Thar. E. EUis. We hope they will have: apleasant the other I r .n- 'ts: Ihe} -Was groat i!! is. another new firm started last fall on Wash- Mies CORDELIA JACKSON, I .
.. \. loser by then w. and in company with !I 1 Their business I ,
time. lII tOIl street. : is almost ex- Mrs. H. CRANE Secretary. '''c-- : 1
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..i Fr--'f Messrs; ,& A. Clarke and J. II. Krause, had i:i clu.-ively: confined to trade] in Tinware, stoves President. Mrs. H. PKOSEUS, AND '.
V, '". .. SSu Vo" caUenthJD to "NominorVmmunlcation the pleasure; ((Tl) of spending:; almost aear ou !;i and other articles pertaining to the ctiUine. Treasure
which Democrats will find
it VV- a$ Ship: Island as a prisoner of war toward the j I Both" being first class: Tinsmiths, they manufacture : a
common sense as an egg L> full of I close of that eventful period. \1 r. F. ia M.
t ; hem-elves pretty much all of the Jtj- Mr. R. Mugge-a first class jewellercan
..If\tQ. Down; with personal ambition except native of Germany aud having: COil!:: to Florida tinware which (they offer t for sale.! In respect : be found at his residence, where he PANS J
lti Le! is in accord with the will of the
, :;" pco- and located at Xcwnausvill! during the of quality of, tli 'ir goodbuyers need( have will do good honest work in his: line on the
;} 'f. .. ST is the true Democratic doctrine
: + .-- -- A 1. (ItA sjcminole: war following the outbreak of inset; no fear ;;; ; : cre are three ,owners of he ? in % familiar with
.. youu w a tot long becomiug j i V MIL{I E. 1'. Gl\ ONE YEAR.
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/ ;_z 4. :ore on Tarapa Bay who are slight frontier life ou a hostile Indian border. liithose ;' BUSINESS CARES.E1tt1LlliilIed .
Ht.: ; -'.:.,..-, over the world, so to.speak, a- t early days when ludiau raids and masaacres !..! CQr.IU.'lH'llJlilH.! .' -:> in Tampa since the war, --d LSO- ,4
; .. ., 1ft"m Is in China another in the South not '. anti has always ha.lfllr share of trade.
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,, : : were unt"re pjeut, Mr. who! i is : in, 1848. '
.<- ;[. SbTandss' and the third is Alaska.. Mr. i naturally a nervous temperament, often His store i is oil the corner of Madison! and .... .. Iron Fronts fc- Stores and Dwellings, ,; I

: >Y '" Brown 5*the agent for those' gentlemen, j I uudciweut\.a good deal} *t' ;care" when Morgan; : streets. FRIEBELE t V

r r, ..: ', -...faval Officer I travelling from one point to another, as he i: MIL W..T. BILLIARD C. BRACKETS VERANDAHS

(t: : .,Let us all become devotees of IIygiea felicitously expressed himself to us iu relating -, has been doing on a small butYUccf-ssful scale 'V

';: .;.;... IC.the expense of doctor' bills_ oodf once his debut and early life iu the .Slate.Mr. for the List six: years: a very {rood} business "WHolesnle Ac RetailDEALER Lots. '

;;?. ', .I : .;-:,;'< F. is one of our most reliable merchant, : on the corner of Franklin and Twigg streets. IN Iron Railing for Garden or Cemetery

"= T ; ..- .' A )Ir Geo E. Kipscade, of'Fort Scott, anJ his new awl elegant store erected l lat | Mr, ""I. M.{ CATHCA.HT. R. '
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: : -.. .t.cas: and! anothergentleman are :over in ye'. *ji the place Of the old oue ou the corn I. opened a very neat little store lat year on Assorted Merchandise. Orders for Brass ami Iron Casting Promptly Attended to.'A..
J'f"t- :;\Vashingtou and Franklin streets, at-
Cleat Water section
prospecting. They | the corner of Franklin and Madison streets. X .
.., } 13 all the y-irom. ; Fort Scott by private I I tests the prosperity of his Lu iul,s. Mr.Friebcle He deals principally in groceries, canned [Corner Franklin & Washington Strcfc,] HAVE Al O FOR SALE .

,.t. .I ... n\"eyanrei-t'\"d 4 mule teams. Mr. 'Kins- is too well known in this and the i| fruits, candies i cigars-nf the latter we are TAMPA.FLA.

.: + cade has.been a subscriber for the TRrBUNEA t adjoining counties as au upright; aud worthy able to vouch for; their superior quality, MCCARTHY COTTON GINS Jt
,
'., J 't! for- sometirrie.. I I businessiuau, : to require any coiuuieudatious. though trust that he will appreciate the importance 1 Makes a New Departure ,
from I
, t s We learn from Hon. II. T. Lykef, of us. j J of. enabling: us to do as much forum I AND AGENTS FOR
-i' MR. E. A. CLARKE i
; y ho was in town the latter part of I j every day. \YITH'
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i! ;;. t". x;''''" i if that the County Comm &i.on-I started iu business. here iu 1653; ; when quite a I Mn..J.V.. CAMPBELL, i{ Eclipse Portable & Stationary Steam Engines ,

had issued calls for bid tot young man, jwssessing: at the time but a
N y keeps a small stock of elect groceries on the New Store and New Goods. '
.
I'small capital besides his iutcgrity and busy <
.. Tlonsa: Brooksville. The j corner of Franklin and Lafayette !streets. And Shives Governor Compan3r.; .r
: '!!i Jjion of that county .is also j i ncsa capacity. When the war came ou he j I, Tampa has two dealers in Millinery goods Y BODY that dow their Trading in Tam-
i1I!.'.'r' ...: had gut well established and was doing a e j i Mrs. Cook: nndIi" Mug Mrs. Cook'sestablishment EVKH i invited to call and be impre*.ed with theundeniable CALL OR SEND US YOUR ORDERS. }
t !! ee.
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._: CtT lost stringent and ;rigid. sani- good business. In its disastrous results)Ie i i. is on Fraukliu, between Lafayette \ fact, that for the Fall and Winter bunin Tampa, May 12, '77. lyi- ', 1
shared the late of tie other business men of .,; prorided by the health ordiJk : and Mtdison streets. Mrs. Muggee'splace (Jood. th'e of the I
k the and at its close had to begin of applicable to wanu peo-
carried putwitbout delay, we \ place, a-new. ., is Marion between Jackson and. La- \
i ou pie, which I propose to otr"rit: such price" u will JR
On relieved of froia W. D. CASH
a prisoner war VHALTON
plain. i being island the downfall of the Confederacy 'I layette streets. We have heart! both estab-' give entire 'ati..faction to all who may favor ni. J. :4:
on
sawmill of Messrs. Jack- Ship :; li.-hmeuts spoken of iu commendatory terms with their patronage: Mr Stock U large and carefully
mber ,
; .: .,. ,' ; C i hi* health was for a considerable time ini vltt-tcd, con..iting of almost anything :and
:;' 1i I finds steady employment inC j jI i by those familiar with the class; of goods they I claw Auctioneer L1.cti '
: avery J precarious condition, but eventually en-nthing iiMiallr ftmnd iu a tint well regulateti 1onee : *.
: B .demand for luml>er for home i! As a merchant he was! from rcsx-ctively] keep. ftorv, and Iprul.cre to give such MtNfaction in .
F regained. .
was
; .":,:;;-.i"=4V A' gh a email mill, under the at- I. the beginning fortunate in j>'Mstssiug tho confideucc \\ e Lave three Drug Stores, the oldest: and I my deixliue: a* will mrct" with favor among the buy NOTARY PUBLIC, CUSTOM HOUSEBRCXKEH \ ANDConnision .-
'. .., '.na nt of that able and : largest; being that of one of the oldest citizens ing community. Itua't hesitate to a--k if there i i. :
compe- of his customers, and this he has fully .
u I eW would like to look at when .ou'thhik
of South Florida Dr. F. Branch. Dr. thing you i 'a
: r \nit, Mr. H. H. Hale the amount ., : ant {
maintained by unquestioned! l j iobity. Mr. C. you have dune trading) with tue. Selling: I Merchant ';
Verdier and Dr. Jensen each .
\ ftr daily cut averages fully 5,000 feet is a mau of literal aud. progressive ideas audi opened a Drugstore poo-Is i+ my hiisinew an.lin making sale I know :
this rate the demand for lumber exfIlhe :i of fair ,hare of within the last two: years, aud both are that showing them I iit part of my biwineiw. '
spirit.
public .
possessed a I \xnOom'ission
supply; and it is hoped that the! :!' His. place of business is the comer of '\Yash- doing we believe a very good business:! in ': If You don't see what you want aak for it, DEALER IN ''I'" ,
of the mill will it ; i !supplying; a large extent of withwhat CftaiaWery, Grvctrie, j'H'I..lcw., ,
owners enlarge and Mariou treels where his cu?tOl1li ; country ,, and it will be shown with pleasure and with no ill Ship .t, ;
ington .
Ar.pwg me time put up a door and nu-h !i;| find him agreeable aud ; the American. people. seem so fond of, feeling if you do not purchase to-dar. 1 want my Merchant, Crockery, Glaxs Tit and Jfn rtl rare, : \
eiawill.always ac-
is need for these and a larger :: physic.If I patron to'ftxl that it is a p&arfure to trade at my Paints, Oils, J'arruitureStationeryf., i. :
; is beginning to be seriously commodatiug.Ve I we do say it ourselves, and thereby lose ..tore. .
flit'
I felt here. !i come next to the firm of I something to our claim of modesty, nevertheless l Terms Cash.Highot KEY WEST FLA, K EY "ATTEST, FLA.. t. :1 tt. r ,

:; MILLER A IlEXDKU, !| we will say; that taken altogether we .. Corner Front & Drival Streeu .
l'er-onal attention il \ -
market price paid for Country I'rodure.orueawlC given tq *' Amjile room
V -lfP( 'viateil ta.Jr-In..the MuXze Millinerv hall coiMaotl/line. and will hapd,'fill all orders that j I whose busiuess takes a wide diversity of:' feel proud of our business men and citizen:! 1 ( for storage. .C) w Cabin led & Ship i( Stores suppli at short ...:o '--.

t hi 1er i* ptly.! ,4dr. range,owing to the cuterprisiui spirit of these i ;generally; aud that (socially and every othet (\-t 20-tf. C. I.. FRIEBELE. 'Rln'UEx: : J.WII1J & Co;, A. F. A C, Tift. otlCC' .p
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Orange Culture lu oriii It likely NEW GOODS MILLER HENDERSON'S ? 'OLUMN. W. W. WALL & co'S COLUMN. MISCELLANEOUS. .' C. E. PARCEIX ; .

:g: jto be overdone! .. John] Miller. | W. B. Henderson W. W WALL & Co. I II I "Think of your Head in tho Morning.'* Cont--;:

MORBIEON'a MILLS, FuL, :May 10th.. Architect & J

: culture iuFJoridaia i now Barber Saloon
.Orange. engaging -
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4 very geueral attention, and a few thoughts I r MILLER & HENDERSON, UNDER SOXIC HALL. Plans and Specif -i-ij1 -
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on tho eubject may be iateresbng to pome! of E L.A.RKEDEALER : -

4 -: your many readers SHAVING, SHAMPOOING, HAIR CUTTING I

4 __ A large majority of those who come to AVUolcsale & Retail Wholesale'and Retail 1 and DRESSING: in the LATEST STYLE.I Purnisheafci' '
would respectfully solicit a hare of the public
Florida make homes controlled in
to are a INAssorted
I CUAS.A. Bao\\ BHh
ronage. Publi"
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measure by the profits supposed to arise 11&t-1
t great I Tampa, March 23. 6w. ) ;; _
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from orange culture. Of court the unsur- Merchandise INAssorted I I, Estimates 1 ,"t." -1
winter climate and healthful' I .C- '
: passed general Peterson :
: ness of the State hare the .greatest influence ;DEALERS August SuperintendingSPECIALTY. -. ": : r-e. 'A '
C n(&:of n.lsl.I"gtonJ.1larion Streets, N ,! ,,: < "
1/ in attracting visitors and winter residents, but. Merchandise '. '.. ..;.
r the culture of the orange is the idea that pre- TA A :FLA- Practical Painter 4 ; ",; ;"I>; '.. : i :4

dominates in the minds of those who seek ru- .'. : .
LEAVE to inform the citizens of Tampa Loveng- .2I
', ral homes in the Flowery State. KEEPS CONSTANTLY IN STOCK FULL BEGS vicinitr that he i is now prepared to do S
Receiving
If it be true that the this Forwarding PAINTING all i I ,,
L.; -. immigrants to LINESDBSY in its hr.nches-hIouse, Sign. Carriages S < -
State are generally to engage in orange culture I II DRY GOODS and Ornamental I.aintinGrninmg andP:1IIt.rhanjing. P.TTXTS3.NO.13.::; : S. "

; the question naturally arises "Will not I [ : | having practiced the trade for : S -'
._-_ AJ
AND in and America. He
twenty yearn Europe engagesto -- i iI
the business be overdone and the GOODS .
orange price execute all bill work with n'atnand aivuracy.N. I }'uanitun.1'goodJuunmock: land of Polk S
.i, of fruit become so low as to render orange .i D. Graining; Sign and Ornamental Painting"specialty. a ture }tames 10 j

t culture unprofitable ?" This is a"ery important Ladies Gentlemen and CMldren's Hats Con1.111ission.Ierchan ts Work-shop in Masonic Building. I May 11th ./ality'5as any farmer could 1 1wMtflRUt f

1: question to those who' are now and Tampa, Dec. IS) '77. 1yr.Ho It ** too good for fruit, or j

will be in the business and its Groceries Provisions Jl ,
engaged cor- ; to possess! the constitutent -
rect solution would be valuable information. Boots, Shoes & Hosiery -TAMPA, FLA. !For Tampa 13ay! B rQary for fruit to thrive on. r.:

i / On this subject, like, all I others, there i LJ a diversity I .".

:4 of opinion even among.those supposedto Gentlemen's ClO_ and Underwear, X -0- H Orange Grove Hotel .cotton, etc., will do extreme- i
LAN ith
be wise in the matter. good cultivation, nei. _

The writer is engaged in the culture of this IIANDKERCIIEIF'S RIBBONS. LACES, :Hats _And Caps, T.AMPA FLORrDA: T t Ml*.I, J** little, a yield can be ob- 4 .

fruit on a small: I scale has some experience in OUR STOCK HAS BEEN SELECTED WITH Jl. L. CRANE CO. /t a handsome profit. There -
: t the business and acquainted with the, din"- Notions and Stn tionerJ?. >ECL\I KEXUKD TO TIlE W.OF PI"OJlrit'tors.lIAS -A V.1a1jng land .

' !J: j. erent soils of East and parts of South Florida, TIllS SECTION: AND THOSE WHO FAVOR US been thoroughly renovated and is now open In lIilLjboroughand

. :: from this knowledge has come to the conclusion Consisting in part of CALICOES GINGHAMS, WITH THEIR Tn.WX__ __ _n _I) it_..)." ..1.'I_iiF"'I'.... ... :JBootjs the reception of Northern VL-itors. f''}lhnaflpod, but Ililbboroueh on the i h'
For the undSIioes STEADS
I that the culture of the orange in Florida DEL-UNES, LAWNS, MUSLIN S. JACONETS the articles information we k't'l'COI1S"talltl.y of all we enumerate a few o' All who sojourned here lat winter were delighted. STATE LAP06563 aiu ro good a farmingadjoining J -
BEREGES, EDGINGS : DENIMS) .. !I .
wilnotbeuverdoneatleastinte CHECKS This locality particularly recommended as a resort olk. soil
I next gen DRILLS, SlllnTI GS. SHEETINGS: STRIPES, for Iuvalitk.'No llillsborough can -
eration.It HICKORIES OSNAKUUGS JEANS: COTTON- on Hand required. -1. but good feriljom" J I .
pains will be spared to make Guea.t" feel at : -
.: is very common to read of orange groves AIJES. iRISh(. DRl-X & PANTS: LINENS. COLL.tRS home and comfortable. _.---__- "" ":-. --! 'k -

the second with budded CUFFS;. NECKTIES:;. SCPENDER.S. For Sale and offer PROSPECTUS."THE"MORNING ,
bearing year fetumpsaud we them and all others .
yi out Gentlemen's Goods Tampa, FL-u, Nov.. 17th1877.TAMPA Cm -. =-' =
SPUN ANI) SPOOL TIIHE.\D PINS NEE- Furnishing
:
i I at five years with seedlings. and it may Stock at the lowest figures such Goods can be sold in ,
DLES BRAID in variety, JET SETTS' BEADS this place. In f '
-- : be true comparatively few instances, and and FANS ;; HOTEL. NEWS
i iis the fashion to count on one thousand oranges t
-; Letter Note Bill and Cap Paper; DRY GOODS SAVANNAH GA. j.b j.
: as the annual' average per tree;' and Hardware Tin & Crockery ware, -

:- further the idea has.prevailed to a''great extent Copy Books!, Selling Books!, Pocket and Memorandum r1flnh1)n, I'1oi'idn.
all Book, Pens :and Inks. We have a good Line of -
j_ ; that nearly. the. lands in Eat and I .

South Florida were adapted; to erange cul- Toilet Appliances etc. HOUSE HAVING been larged and
,
Ladies TIllS
Dress Goods and Fancy Calicoes J 7
J't AO//OJIS is now ready: for the receptio on -
10Vi.tb Such a* ('( Soaps Extracts Powder and Perfumery i and Stationery, (;11,111. -
: such data,as the above fur premises, )Ulb\: DOMESTIC GOODS, both Northern and Southern

it would J>e easy to reach the conclusion that Ac. Manufacture.A 4 Location-High, Dry andPleasant. ,

the orange product of this Stats would goon: : Cutlery &c., Furniture Oils & Paints Umbrellas & Parasols Tables supplied with the best. 0 -- :
-
k : be in excess! of the demand. But it is notsafe. Full Line of HOSIERY, tables -v- -
in connection with tho
House.
- Including I'oi-ket and.Table Knives and Forks, Karons H1.Illn&
: to.reason from the data above mentioned. Shears Scizzors <&c.l3lardwa D. ISAAC CI.FT.gent .
NOTIONS in' this
: : To construct an orange grove that will average Department of almost every Tampa, March 3.1 I. ly '
<
JETolla\v"ware variety, Hollowware and Willowware ,
I annually per tree one thousand oranges re, i
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: is a matter involving"considerable time, much of Nails all,description C'rochnWood> to writ and this Tin-Ware market Chairs &:.. Jeans Cassimeres & Cottonaties for Men's( wear Herrmaii Weissbrodd(

libor, directed by a knowledge of ihc bui- A FULL LINE OF ;_ ;4? -

I ness and a suitable location. It Lj far from : From which the nio..t fastidious always find something Saddlery and Farming Implements, S..J.v. :DDLER .
bein trye that the lands of East and South to pIwjW. Of *

;2 I .. : Florida are all suited to orange culture. Groceries& Provisions, .. Harrness Maker, Upholsterer &c.'

c Yet it Is true that many hundred thousandS HeadyOklade Clothing, Sporting and Fishing Tackle, TAMl'A, FLA. j i

-S .embr1cOO.in the region mentioned are CORN, FLOUR GlUTS MEAL, RICE BACON Can IK- found at the corner of Miller & Ucn.ler-I|

/-, well suited to the business, except as to fertil- SALT CANNED FRUITS and VEGETABLES, For Men's wear. we offer a good range of Style,quality '! Store, ready to lo all kinds: of work in' ......., .
; and tins defect be remedied the JELLIES; PICKLES BUTTER. CHEESER- and price, and wo make it a point to hnthem his line. Repairing! of Harness, Saddle, & '. attended ,, ,.
: Uy, must by DINES, CRACKERS, MUSTARD and SPICES fit the taste of the I.urchaser-Imd to complete the booking Stoves, Stoneware &c. &c.TAMPA to promptly. He keeps on hand. a good tock, |I .. ,
?: t cultivator., This difficulty must be overcome KEROSENE and PAINT OILS, SMOKING and suit, we ofFerhats leather Saddle, nridlI, '.II .{Y I Harm, Saddle i I srmenirriox, -

before the prosperous Gr.mgegroVl'- yielding CHEWING TOBACCO SNUFF and CIGARS, of t Bag Stirrups, Sircingles Girths Ac. i Daily, 1 year...........................?.............$10) 00 -
Annually the one thousand oranges per tree, various! qualities and brands., PIPES and TOBACCO 6 months..5 00 $
\
: \ can be established. Here is a restraining: BOXES and alxo many other articles. of the Latest t Style" FLA., SCHEDULE OF THE HACK LINE : :3 months.........'............................. 250TriWecklr '
.: force oil every production constantly aud exlensively All of which he wkhes to sell at the LOWE ": .. : I year.............:................. ._ 6 00 \, I
acting on this class of land which LIVING PRICES, for tlI. BETWEEN I (; month.............................._ .301j() >(i '--,

CASH or AigroTeft COUNTRY PRODUCE. And If 3 nFlir.ths: .............................._ 1 50Weikly r r
constitutes much the larger part of all the Tampa and Fort Meade. ; 1 "\\r................................._..._ 2 (.0 ',;. -
:.;: lands well suited to the business There are Being thankful for |past, be will endeavor to merit ,t LLOF TIlEnO"l LINUS: 01GOODS; [ It mrnth":".................................... 1 CO .
lands well adapted to the orangejhat are very future tavors by keeping up a FULL STOCK: of Boots and Shoes, ,Lj._ are kept constantly on hand, and for !lalc"at (;:. I. P. D/ialyib-ki & (\I. have started a hack: 3 immth-................................".... 00I.uzllmtnctImLsMr.tf '
fertile,-and for would need no. all such Goods as arein demand: in this market, the lowest living Prices for Line from Ft. Mta.le to Tampa which .It-juris and ; :' ; ( cflr-eIhtofoctfl.s.| '
4 assistance in.this direction many years from the husbandman wiling them a* LOW as becan, afford .them arid That combined the desirable quality of comfort and arrives rei-H.t-tively| as fellow: 'I ti'iY: Money ean 1 I.e Knt l-y I'cst f-rfife Order, :
paying strict attention to his business and the wants durability-and ilo- the more desirable one -of hiding Leaves. Fort Meade every Tuesday Morning and !: lU"ristemI, 1 Letter, or llxrrcss It: mr rik.j. I
but proportion: of this kind of laud of his curtomcrs. His old customers, and tbe public the deformities of an ugh; foot and making arrives at Tampa Wi-diK-mlay at noon. i I ii. ISTIIX. ,'.
T: email, and generally this class of land ha generally, are invited to call and examine hill handsome foot look more beautiful still. Leaves Tuiupa every Thursday morning and '1 $:mvsnnali. - the objection of being heavily timbered and goods before purchasing elsewhere. Cash:; or Country Produco.We arrives at Ft. Meade every Friday evening. j! -- I
Five Dullars is the fare fur a single 1'a. -IIcr;; andlUOlbs. j
-. A"o Jrw/e .
: difficult bring into immediate cultivation, Charge for _aJtoirlng Goods.llaviiswoi'tli
i- of bugyige.
2 and besides much of it is situated unfavorable OUR STOCK OF HARDWARE &c., -- .

amidst or on the margins of swamps, & Canning, will pay the highest Market Prices for Notice. U4L
V in that line from Needle
Cuinprises'everything to
S which location mars very mat rialy its pleas Grindstone. a a .
antness as a home and hence here arises also DEALERS IXSTOVEIS, IT. S.: LAND OFFICE, > r ''i 1 p
influence directed against this cJ3of We u1rcr extvllent BEDROOM FURNITURE, Gllin .-'iIle, Flu, May 18th, 1S78.J f '
an
;; land. l.'Ol1"i..tint; of 13etl teads, Tables, Wash Stands, COTTON, '\ I 11.\\1:.(} BEEN; : ENTERED: : : k? _
Chairs, iVc. InGroceries&. % [. COMPLAINT bv .
.
RJchnrd M.VtlIs, of Hill*
\ The time generally allowed for)tha establishment HIDES r huron::!. C'ouuty.\ Fla., :\ ain..t Henry Young for I IM
A
-- of a grove bearing the onetlwwantoranges Provisions ..w. '5- abandoning; hU Honiotvad Entrv, Nn >.>4, dated I
per tree annually, is too short. .luJy I February I. lt Ttvii'on; tho lot S'o. 4. Sot-tiwn 1.: I

S one who can raise such a grove within fifteen CEDAR, S Tnwll-h p : 0 Smtli, Ran:,:e:'>O Ea-t: in llillEsr.iiighCiuntv
We full Stock this is PECULIAR l-'la., with view to the caiittrllulion of said
years.fehbuld be satisfied! with his success, for always keep a as our j
DEPARTMENT.In GRANGES entry ;; the said} j 'It to appear '
where will succeed will fail to
I : one 'many t>n tl*> i'Jih '!ay of June, 1."7S; t<> rotund and!
Stock will also be found
TIN & HARDWARE:0 our always a good as- -w
within that time. It is
I iedi 1Ai. figure notpretendedthat ,. cortoient of t'urni>h testimony oini-ernin? caid algid! abandonment -
'
: trees cannot be shown that POULTRY tieforeVin, C. Brown: Eat: his ut1iin

will give this average at a much earlier age, I :- Tampa, Fla.
Tinware.Wood and Crockeryware, r J. A. 1.1:1Il: : : i-tt'r.
} but there.are .very few'groof anyconsid. I; SUGAR, JOHN VARNUM: Receiver.Tampa. .
I T erable extent in this State that will. give this A general assortment of tin and hardware of ev With Hake Ovens,, Bake Pans, Pots, Heating and JIih14 ISTiIw .

I I yearly average per tree at any age, and now description.. Kerosene oil tank },ird'cagefl, tin Cooking Sieves .: ': SYRUP : :
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I. ':. ,t.takes'considu1Lble time a proper selec cliurns.! selves dipjiern match safes water coolers, We keep all kinds of Stationery in common u'e, '
:. location and the exercise of lave pipes, lard cans, 14'I'Il'r? boxes, potato graters, a ho School Rooks and Rlank R<..>ks. Notice.SIX .
k i t industry, Mllt'Ckucle11, caku boxes jelly moulds! ,dust pans, We are in communication with the Jnst dealers Ac. Ac. t.i.
IS and all the better accompanied with some toilet K.-U,clothe1 sprinklers, Dover egg/ leaterI""Uy :North and South and ue )prepared to sujijilv short :! MONTHS[ after date I will present my ac:
cash to establish a flourtduny grove-one KUM, waffle irons coffee mills: locomotive ad irons, notice, all kind of go Hls, in any quantity that may and vouchers to the Hon. E.: M. (;Srahani -.i.

ii1 thousand annually pfr tree-we will recognize -.:waiters, water jioti, oyster chafing di.-he*,. tea and! be. lle. irl-d. County Jiulge; ofManntee: : (CCHmt for a fiiril' I kcttlennnt !

;S '! other restraining influences against over coffee canisters, :Sherwood'a:; breakfa-4 caster In arranging our busino-w we have not forgotten; Call in and examine our Stock. l before purchasing of the t>tate William Ca'rlton dec d and a.-k ;.
that the \>hyi>icial }>owcrs of maiiM>inetimestv I production. -to meet this: want we have provided! I a I H.I I E. Ca rlt..n. t :
I But there arc many hundred thousand .Roofing and Cuttering :Saloon:;; on the river, -asTlic Agent fur R. A. C"arhun.tt', j in fact. : "

t :r acres of land in the State well suited to tbe .. Charged for O\. 1S77- ., '
showing Goods.
onr
I business, and there ts"a general feeling that I .um.\ST'E "T... 0 U V R ") ...... : '

r '--- there is money in it, and a strong current of Done to: Order, ana all work Notice of Dls'C:11a rg-e. V : .:\--

S money, mind and muscle, directed to this: Call and examine our stock of Which is furnij-hed with a Bar of the best Quality: of Goods and Prices Guaranteed.
MONTHS: FROM DATE the !
undersigned.; 'to
business which increase it SIX I'
current seems to ,
,
' COOKING AXI> WARMING STOVES >trttor of theointe <>f Jmuh tiatt-s, deceaJinl. T'1 '
is therefore very reasonable that the production L'iqnorand Cigars W. W. WALL .c ('0. late of Manatee county will j.n..-ifiit his accounts # ,4 L

-' : of this fruit in Florida in the next thirty OK ALL SIZES AND rATEUNS.TJX : Tampa March) 2 1S7C. lv I an.1'Ulll.hl.r.( .* to the Countv J 1I'l'::: of said : ..

; I years will be very great. It may be thirty WAKE REPAIRED AT SHORT A BILLIARD ROOM and TEN-PIN ALLEY ronnty fur a final M.-ulcnu and discharge frontsaid t.

times aa much as present ; it may be more. XOT1CE. where leisure can enjoy itself in the way ,it likes Notice to Shippers ailiniiu-trator-liip. S. S. _________ 4 ,.. : -
?
: I
E.F. GATIvAdia'r.;
lient, and njiere} all wants will be promptly I -
supplied
'
Yet it is the of the writ --that the d /
opinion = "
Ftb. 16. ;8-d by that Prince of BarKeepers, Manatee, May l'ih, 1";". Cm i
S demand will be ahead of the produc (\n. -._-, ,-, -- -,- .- -- Is' 5' 5 ,

Ir.. 4 r The present prices.paid by the consumer T.'LA WLER.GE Col. W. T. HASKINS, Iii Circuit Court, nth Judicial Circuit ,. if

'i would not, however! be maintained nor is it. For "Quid ]'1"0 Quo. <>t' 1.'lorhla-lIt'rnanclu County. '. :.

'necessary that this price should be realizedto HARDY. MAl'ND, ) .. I J

- 0 : make orange culture profitable. Before SSION MERCHANT, To meet the Transportation demands of our tradewe .vs }[ ivi.rc-e. '

' the business reaches near the extent above have a Schooner called the G EU. W. DILL, CYNTHIA MAUND! J ii

I intimated the facilities of will that runs regularly I TT APPEARING TO TIlE (.nt'I T that the de-
: transportation
;5 ;7 79 81 and 83 PETERS Late LEASED THE LAltGK AND COM- ,
STREET ( NewLevee flAyING ..1.. fend.tnt C\nthia Maund.: r..i be much increased; the cost 'of freight and WAREHOUSE at the foot of :

S I handling, between the producer _and .consumer ,) near Poydraa, New Orleans.: Between Ms Point M NEW ORLEANS, Circuit Florida, ;but it is in ordered the County 1 that Walton she appear'and.demllr State or oi I 1

greatly reduced ; the delicIousness of -()----> aniwer the bill filed in paid cause, according to the .
I : 'the fruit, combined with its cheapness, will And are in close 'Onnet'tion'with the steamers Valley terms of the Statue in such ca...... outle and I provided -

-;- tempt the national pilaff, and scarcely any For tie sale of northern and western proflnce, City and! Emllie, and with extensive"Wharves Washington Street, or judgment pco-coB/tvio will 1 be renderetlagaint Miller & HenilcrMjri Sole Agents Tampa, Fla. '

: in.this broad land will be so poor or live in a .A GOOD H'prLY OF TilE FOLLOWIO ARTICLES }It'r. S -
It i is further ordered, That this order 1 l'e? publ'uh- March: 2.75-lv.
S corner so obscure'as to be deprived of- the ALWAYS HAND: Warehouses\\ We are now prepared to receive and put in store all ed l in the SfSLAsn TRiurNE/a publUh- -- -

t: ; luxury of this queen of fruity, and hence the. articles of merchandise s-liipin-d to. our care. ttl in Tainj, for the !space of two new-paper monthH. .*. !; .] BUTT& / b

Si emand will ue correspondingly as great a>: We are enabled to offer to patrons! the l l.e.t facilities MITCHELL: Judge, I < '
The Florida when PORK, BACON, LARD 6th Circuit of Florida. No.12,.. Eighth SX -
.the production. orange, at the smallest UI>t'D.ote. We .halll'Ontinue to fur A I: '
_
I St. Louis. Mo.
.abundant enough, will not only drive:foreign March Ii'lh. 1S7.S.A I Who bu hMl fnvlrr eTpi.me. ta the .'ratmot of UM :
.
ni..hCORN" true extract from .the Minutes: t troeltloe of'ioth_I.and frn..ibarny / .
s i j oranges from the United States, but will find FLOUR, CORN, OATS, t ta th.TV.T. W"t, tm UM nraiu of bit loo* L'd .vcsafo.J pb7-a
AN"D FLOUR J. C. LAW, Clerk. ._... HiVXZ'ZZn 4
i i pnnlCllalUet. ,_p--I.npj.4
S' .market in Europe. This prediction is based '
We will also Keep on hand a large Stock of May ISth, 187$. mNotice. I Tho PHYSIOLOCY OF MARRIAGE .
:i- .view.ofdo subject 'is x AT ACTUAL t'OT-to the full extent we can FLOUR nook.*'"*......"......iiii -|_i _' ; '
- "your correspondent rake the means to jay, the 1'! \.hl\'C market being :, ton'- pm.ming lonj fri*. to d_k>rf end *_ 4. j.t.. > .... 4oft -
Th'i Sn b.s.Utl1y .
fully of the opinion that orange culture in ba.-k.nl UpOn actual Ca.-h. lenruap. ISMI7 sutoo4. 'Ibe two boo.. :

. E:: Florida will be profitable to.all who :manage POTATOES, ONIONS, BEANS, We either buy or receiveOn CORN, ;I TWO MONTHS*and vomhcrs after: date to the I Hon.\ill present JllJoPro/ my ac- I .p'r.. .....4-ith. cumt.is.md_the_..i..ai,_,IMl.S..to....bvead? y 1 I -

'i -wisely .and thoM out to.the end.-F. J/, m hAY bate in and for IIiII-hllf"'llCh Countv, }'la., {',t an -Ia ....but_..so ow........_.chlnjrMe b 45 thorurtx 7'
DRIED FRUIT Etc. Co ri. i .
,....
D.8iglllllClit-; annual settlement of the Eftate-: .\It'xanJl'rn. ..IM ,i.m,of..rly: l.dtwr.lai1. It hare S.. .
; zvanndi.Ycws. : peitti y heItay _J..M'vita.U. ,'Of ,
deivon.
-()- MEAL I of I.fr,and ... W_ 1>1. r"r"I "._.
-$ -a-- All the product of the Country for which, we can J. M. McCLUNG, Adm'r. I Jo'I1t.'t".. _.y 01. M.. z lo mg '. .
Cuh Advaaoed all Consignment(Not Perishable.) i. -.1.
S; She Dldn'tScare.A on find a market, here or elsewhereWe GRITS Tampa, May llth, 1S7$. gw rorrLaa -0 c. ... rom "
:
_. bo .
: : boy being disappointed other day in thank our friends for their Patronage and ---- lilt.thLflOSOVoiSolP.51lneIol! ci. mn.ipt $.o......... 4 I II
... .
Ordert Retpectfully Soh'rilcd and filed at ofpric*18 mmatj at......... os, g -
that mutual inteieut id tSe Administrator's I ,
feeling a true cerms of Notice. i
: sale of tinware POTATOES -
: making a a woman, muttered lovvst market price- *. trade;we have thought it right to yield a good part no ....., .,... si A -

r5- something which excited.ber .iudigna Tampa, June 10th,.'7j5. tLHeury of our profit to the consumer w ho bears all the J.\ I..L PERSONS: having demands against the : ysAa Bar ham's I" tc., ,

lion, and give 'him a great big piece of her .I burden. Our Clerks are attentive and we invite all OATS, 1Estjtte: :: of William W. Wall deceased, will 1" .
who have to buy, to call and look at our Stock and present them duly authenticated,to the underM,,'ned, PILE C- : !
I ,! mind. In jawing back he said : Your Brumick, we }promise that we will cheek fully "liow011* our SALT, ."!lhin) the time i re rriUtI bv law: or this notice X-tIMtom4 b hI&.obza '
L husband ought to be arrested for working en Good and nt take the Ieastu1iisa if you ehould will be plead in bar of their recovery and thoM* indebted 1'.11 ev.CI.V S -
: : hap[>cn not to buy our whole Stock on your tii>; t to said Estate will make immediate settlemeut. ARJ(. 0'+ 11_...._ 1, tf .
cS -
.
I Sunday* Working! on 8unday-come here, bub !- Ii: 'i"iLar Lest we might IKS imrfunderotood, in coni fjucure RICE., &c.Which J.C. E.F. WALL.LII-SCOMB[ ( I' _tire.- pC. _..rPk..l..0,10 rot.-.-......LW......,.._. -.........-.,We'- S: S.' .. v.44

I ( of ourfair, way of speaking,a* to terms!, we Tampa May 11 tit. 1878. Sw Administrator j "I
"Now, bub, if you'll prove that my husband JIII.!!! ofl'er our cu"wall.'rwe, say once fur all, that we can PRESCRIPTION F!! 'j
[ we will ell at greatly re : ... buy only fur Cash or equivalent, we ).taDbuod
..eTfIl..oiked on Sunday or any other day in expect Wholesale. Sale. .utI. .u 41 ord..n broQP'on by adto .
Place _
Valuable for ("notloQ ot' :u ,
Any _
Dflagg '"$ bthptngr 0
: ,the,week,111 give you & dollar. I've lived Boot and Shoe Maker i.''..'cnt 1.ot. ...d.0.aaaih ... W. ".-11.06. ..... ".. : "
Cash ti-o4 (
'te&ufl
or Equivalents/ LIBERAL ADVANCES made l .on all Consignment Contaminfj; 160 acres of good l pine land with 80oranpes > '
i with him for twenty yean, end I have alvaysnad 1- : ; ;
f enlrusted to our care. trees:?. QO of which .;:
:: noUfi the that he are now tearing for
J to.buy.even his whiskey and tobacco -"prEREBY* hand an assortment i of public excellent leather keeps and on When we ell our Goods. Credit king the ground t8C)() or the "same place with 160 acres additional iPiuMesr; -t !I\

S ;1 ,'and now, if he has gone to.work I want to is prepared to do substantial and neat work at fair sill of HIGH PRICES Respectful for 10000. This place Is 1 located<< 1 in the Clear! :: !i : J \
_ \ W. W. WALL & CO. Water section 2 miles from 11? iv View on Old Tam- '- t

: know; it. price Jackaczft Corner, .Tampa, Fix WE SELL For C SH. Tamp, March 2d; 1876 ly pa and 4J miles from Clear Water blutf. It i ili elevated -I ? ;iL h..f3t"t7.n..Oh..(mor 10\11......& ,"".:: ; .1. Ii:
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TAMPA FLA. JUNE VOL3NO13. f ; '
s-LjtNLPTRi.; 8, 1878. ,

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r the 6th
omcl&1 o Judif'PUBL COMMERCIAL CARDS &0. Old Fogy on the Insight.The That Babel Tower that confounds their motives Finances and Ta xatloti. o LIt

.. EVEUY SATtt:.: PiaYED OUTI recent disclosures and confessions of t they fail to understand each other, misconstrue is understood t that the Governor has .1','
BORN, ArGCSTUS RICE. ..
HEXBY
RIaCOJI
.tJE '. I YES McLin, Dennis & Co. create no unusual sensation their motives pull out their own been in consultation with the Comptroller \/ ';

.t I uFFI S "*0lowedby = RICE, BORN fc CO.,. with those of Florida and elsewhere; hair and gouge out their own eves, old raw- and other Cabinet officers on the financial r. f

i. : j wjust, "hat',. the Matter with Thousands of who arc'familiar with the conspicuous figur- bead and moody-bones. That,8 to 7 t arrangement condition i of the State with a view to further 7 'i ,'

ing of these political champions. Whatevermay with a combination of other more important reduction in taxes. Nothing more definite J

5 : AD G. J 3}Mo.RATSf3 6 }..-. Importers and Dealers in PIANOS & ORGANSScattered be their motives for raising the curtains causes, is not working so much like a was determined on, we believe, than that s' ,
I
1\0 L { 111 !: throughout the South that children are exhibiting and making public such enormous greased axle in the Radical ranks notwithstanding there would be a reduction, but to what extent t

'1 .$S I fI6 f'fIo.L. FOBE'ION. DOMESTIC AND COUNTRYHARDWARE daily forced to practice on, repm.lles-'of the fact that crimes, we may be certain that they are not it caused R. B. Hayes to ascend the i whether to 5 mills or 41, will depend t

+ ... ) S f. .15 51S; f r. neither pleasure nor progressnn begot from an antiquated good ones, and every effort now on their patt exalted position of chief executive of this big i upon the amount of taxable property the tax- if.if.i t +
I"' tl Inch ( 15A" ,"took worn mu.ic.out relic. If of the days when theirmoth to remedy) evils of such magnitude as they America of ours, but somehow his well organized I books of 1878 may show. Last year the real e !

.l. UAR wll1.tnIl1'3ce. 0 eN you own to be guilty of, only sinks them deeper machinery will not keep the trackit i and personal property of the State was re'n 'i-,&

f adrerJtt* Le Want your Children to learn fastand into a cesspool of iniuqity and secures to grates aud chafes and produces\ rankling at $30,393,247: ) and if there is no fall- .. i
I lz*. ..LLocal \ ,. themselves that app"'rium>tl which thy richly in the Radical breast.! It is true however, off the !!, '
ing during believe
noU"sfT3">line ..,LAGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS become mu..idnn"l buy them eJ'J.'Ilntl'W In- present year, we 'j
eat ; atetrl1 Cootrac1ll r,. J (ltrumen with the improvements of the present age deserve. The gtod. people of Florida that the government has not yet fallen to that the needs, of the State may be met by a : : .; p ,
.u,. }'th merchants sp! ; and will be their advancement. both Democrats aud Radicals tender them pieces under his administration, he is alsoret.'OgniZ't.l '
f k.>. tit a eTa7 tL ontJ1I' and ..IIettJe,1t you surprised! at rapid tax of four and a half mills.! But if we may i ,
j )..' BUILDERS' GRATES &C., no thanks. as President whether or not he is judge from what one or two of our Eastern f
--..- ,:. HARDWARE, After having wrought and accomplishedall entitled to it ; yet some of his acts culminate
ti '\ ...... ; : -: coleraporaries have said, the returns for 1878 '
i- SRij'' witiili Gto so- 1 1cordi the mischief possible on an honest and with a deathly stroke to the -programme of are likely to fall considerably below those of .

Ir. I CUTLERY, h J unpresuming populace robbing the people of the Radical hoodwinkers. Now if the Democrats 1877. It has been said that there will be a

,' Obituaries exceeding ten line will, be charged 1 ? the State of their choice and political rights, will stick together and hands off" decline of two millions in Duval alone, not

?, ;t M3*e a* adverunemeau. .., i now to come sneakingly to the front makinga give them a fair hack give them rope and so much because real property has shrunk_

r-. AdrertuemenU inserted less than One Month, ?1 IRON, NAILS AND HOLLOWARE, poor, pitiable confession; evinces a moral I let them figure, by the time Hayes, administration that much iu that county in one year, 'we t
tier Square for first sad 75 cent for each subsequent turpitude, betrays their littleness: pf soul 0 ends every honest man in the Radical as for the reason that owners will

,i ,.mer on. their lack of principle and common sense:! and party; will leave it in disgust.We apfrehend. it at In full cash value" as
sY :
not narked with the number of Tinneri Stock, Too and Machines, House '
Advertisements know this between
of inherent baseness that
inserted until forbid, and charged ace pictures a degree wrangling patties the law requires. However this may be, the '
: tltmir iorungl.will be Furnishing Good, hell itself! would fail to sound its::! depth. is an inevitable accompaniment in party divisions extent of the reduction in taxes will necessarily : ,

.1/ii/r pECIAjj.BATES to liberal Advertisers. Hayes' refusal to recognize and sanction the but how cau any administrator with depend on the disclosure made by the -

'5 claims of these Carpet-Bag-Rats, and his any dignity and self-respect; recognize with., tax-books. On the basis: of Io77 the tax as-1 -
''r TRR7h OP SUBSCRIPTION :' TIN AND JAPAN WARE. failure to secure for them fat offices seems to unconcern a system of government swindling sensed: ought not to exceed 4J} mills but if d ; 't r

Per Annum (Cia. advance,) $2.00 bo the prime cause of their humble penitence.It of such a gigantic magnitude as is practicedhere :. there ii much decline they .cannot with safety '

six: Month,, '1.00 Y is causing the scales to drop from their in America ? Here is a field for com be placed l below 5 mills or 50 cents on tbs i j
r,, Single Copy 5c Sole Agents for the CelebratedCHARTER eyes am: to remove that combination of influences ment and if this epoch fails to furnish topic one hundred dollars in valu
Taxpayers
Mark that .
on your paper signifies your which in blinding for the 2nd 3rd. and 4th ..
termC oftoee ubHcripUon has expired, and gorern your. STOVES r operated so powerfully present, generations are not averse to supporting the government ":,
i accordingly. OAK their judgment and swaying their actions there is no other age that will. It furnishes:! when administered on rigid principles or. i '

--- -- --- iu the electoral count. material for the pen of a ready writer poets econony, but they will not sanction a rate of < .!! "
'. PROFESSIONAL- & BUSINESS CARDS. But that crime-for I call it a crime of the can display their poetical powers tragedians. taxation which raises:: more revenue than is a

......1. 89& 91 CAMP STREET, Superb InstrumentsfrCtaOia darkest caste-which so darkens the splendorof can act and the rurals can talk. absolutely necessary for frugal 1 expenditure. 5
'" |R.C.L.MITCIIFJLL.: Hayes position as President; committed by So much for this: }hot-headed America in For this reason the State authorities should < I. 3"

e, -3hysician. & Surgeon, Branch House, J507 Magazine::: Street.S"ev so extremely} and iivrfcctlr low and on reliable such Makers caxv, terms are now that sold allcreation officers and returning boards, cannot be blotted that 100th year of its self government-Pro consider well before determining the rate and 'il

can buy.LUDDEN. out. (VmtesMous may make some amends gress Do you suppose Gen. Washington in the end adopt such a figure as will not be .. l
!. t FT.MEADK.FLA.; ] Orleans, La, aud remedy some evils did they cmiuatc would own being Father of his country were too burdensome on the one hand and on tie ; ;{.

\=: mCE-I it Dzialynsti &: Mitchell Store., Tampa} 110ridaItril :!nd'i6 1 v. & B2\..TES, from pure motives ; but when actuated by a ho now alive and seated in the executive other will be barely sufficient to meet the ,. j ,

SAVANNAH GA., revengeful spirit, treacherous in all its bearings mansion::! where he would get a peep into that economic requirements. '

; d i Dr. P. BRANCH, C. M. BROWN, oil!" giving vent to the lowest passionsof dark scroll iu which is registered the deedsof The expenses of 1877 were $.13 t.10 i I
Iy t I WITH The Great Wholesale Piano and ')rgan dealers of their hellish natures: ,. can never blot from dishonesty in official circles 1 No, indeed, which 8154,794.74 the'f .t
I '' were t
r ..P fi ysician' & Druggist. the South, now sell instruments from all leading ]}paid during i f f.
., .... Jay R. WALTER & Co. Makers direct to purchasers, on the No Agents, No their moral escutcheons; : that iadellible stain he would not want his venerable name asso- year, and the balance, amounting to $5S,412- ; J'
t .--.r-: AT HIS.OLD STAID.lhrdt Commission: Plan Muniifacturer's Factory Prices of dishonesty." Life may be Jived ami old: ciated with that of a government whose records 36, will appear in the report for the presentyear !
'1" /' 16.' 8. Iv. thereby giving purc-ha>ors! the large commission age stamp its seal of withered manhood, butit !I stanus! blotted! over with 8 to 7 in the as having been paid during this l .
/ WHOLESALE MAXCFACTCnERS OFC..L + heretofore paid to A gent,,. From r50 to $WO( ) will wreathe a crown of disgrace to be face of 250,000 majority. No, he would The total amount for year. : ti

:'. r'a': --jlrs. lOenjaxiiiiii M. D. is actually der this saved new ,, .in..h'l11.the purchase Write fur of ar.particulars.instrument We worn through; life produce a dirge of woe at drag by the hair of the head, as he did the about $142.000 and appropriated the expenses will 1878 not is f':
o T H i G ".
j' ; death and both follow their victims into that scoundrel in office
Physician & Surgeon. can't be unJt.ri.I,1. dirty poacher every give exceed this sum but will probably fall Mow] '
7 Octave Pianos, $13.1 4 Stop Organs, $ai dark eternity where all scoundrels) are sure them a kick that would send them like winding it. As a matter of information to readers
our
( nE8IDF.O.e; and II Mf" &; north of Turnjxt 7i Octave Piano }.I.1 6 COPiantxs McLin[ it Dennis the somewhere else. ;.f J
:AND. Stop Organ., to go. : are not only blades to purgatory or we give the following statement of tl1"u
ok A'tbrakaAre.OFFICE. ,_/-' 7 1 Ot'IO\'e IGH<> 9 Stop' Or :m". (57 outs! concerned! in these perjured) schemes to What a contrast between 1776 and 1878 1 condition of the
Corner of Franklin &Twir Street, Grand Pianos 17S :: 78 Treasury ou the 1st of May. / i
Square |II:1"1': : Organ*, rob the of their There took hU Presidential \ P
people political rights. When Gen.
g Tampa, Fi Vol., .A a 1-1 y. JOBBERS IN CLOTHS AND CASSIMERES } Washington Warrant i issued br Comptroller from eat 4
MASON & HAMLIN ORGANS, i is::! a host of unscrupulous! demagogues and seat he reflected credit to the position :" ,
January to 1st Slay, 1S78................ $70,430.15 _
Dr. JOlIl la. Wall, 7 Stops' $100 J | Stops) $lui. pettyfogging! simpletons who prowl throughthe and as Shakespeare has: something to say witha Of which wad on account of exjH tIeII ot !11'

of he hits 1877 and previous ...................
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Baltimore, i l\Id. Send to the os tea and be Sicintllrd. campaigns politicians as scavengers! to fitness for every man here on something years! 44.948.82 fl tf
perform the meanest service. Tools of the good and it off !il these weighty f
TAMPA, TLA. -Tampa-, -March. 30, ';8. lyr. Not bv reputable makers like :Su-iuway' ChiikeringSleet swindling machinery of the government) lines, Washington gets would say it !oo. Let Leaving for expenses of 1S73................$25,431.33: j ,1
OFFICE-In Block. But of the Court I1olLoe.'rMr' Knalie, but by bogus Manufacturers who catch the crumbs that fall Receipts at the Treasury general '
JOIN IIAILE. PHILIP T. LAWTOX.HAILE awaiting to from none presume to wear an undeserved e'!J.nity. account
."_- _of Laltyttt, ---r-* mod Monroe Street_ --- vtrti.-e $tae ) Pianos" for:SlttO:: ; ,frtxW Pianos for $17 5, their mastery: tables. O, that estates degrees and offices, were cot from 1st January to 1st May\ 1878 : .

o. A. OROrSON' : & LAWTOX; $buck:.70Organsfor4! aJurd! offer?(;>. 15uy ikrrptionandFraudarciuall instruments! made l by old Dup of the duplicity of their superiors derived corruptly ; and that dear honor was From taxes of 1877.............._............ F95,46o.S5Frou !) ) r.... 1

Factors& Commission Merchants, and always, reliable! maillft.turl'l"4; < like ready for auction the lobbies to the of the highest bidder. purchased by the merit of the wearer." From :I.ren taxes( *of*..1876.......and......previous....._....rears12,142.74... .. 24, }{S1.13 .

ATTORNEY ATIAWAND Chickerinz! & Santa, Knalie & Co., Ila'.Kt A-I; >:iviMathtifhek +, They throng legislature Shakespeare says! another good thing and From auction:' tai___..,_................_ 424.40 t .
Xorth Commercial Wharf Piano Co., flame* I'.ro: Ma-4.n& Ilain- and urge with audacious temerity the passageof Samuel J. Tilden would say it too, "Custom From redemption of land..........._......_ -157.51
lin, and will hItho..e that will lat a lifetime anybill which affords facility for fraud. .
you calls me to it, what custom wills in all things, From miscellaneous .
IN
,r SOLICITOR CHANCERY, and please von better every day.SO Office halls which should be sacred i
; kept are should doit ? No. The dust
= Charleston S. C. we eu) antique .
'o TAMl'A..\, BOGUS::; ,:;; Oil 'I1EATTV TRASH prostituted!; aud made the goal of private recluse time would lie and mountains Total receipts......_.....................-133,247.04.
S& Officcjn Friebelc'a JluUdiny Up Stairs.. sold 1 from our hou high
perjury error be too highly heaped for truth to o"l'rpeer. ,
: Instruments we cell and full information as uquali-
k June IS73. 1 :
r.n Tampa Irt. 2ly.J. Sage ng supplied l. Liberal Advances: madeon fy durability and comparative value will IH. cheerfully and fraud,! to ctiaugo records, fill out Rather than feel it so let the high Balance..--..----............-....._..._.....m,?. v)*'3.2'J9.62' ':;" r
B. WMJ.' D. W. C. WILLIS. Gm,=igntueiiU} of fJotton, Rice and other given. To aid purchasers in making a judicious blank certificates etc. office and the honor go)' to one who would do Balance in Treasury January: 1, '78 I.._ 8,919.24 I
a4 WALL & \lVTT i I J".IS_ Produce. t-ilection and x-cure. fur them the l'no-t:: (IiMrumenU ) South Carolina. Florida and Louisiana to thus." Martyn says another thing but
for least ]pu..iLlc price is our invariable rule which these Carpet-11aa Rats have flocked Hayes would'nt "The man who tries to riseon Balance in Treasury: May: 1, '7*_..._.._ 5-64,153.79

I Attorneys' & Counselors Law' RKFKRKNCKS: : : and trade.to this: we owe our IilGrenie cucce!and increasing : like buzzards to a dead carcass, have trot: his country's ruin, lives in a crowd of foes, A large :amount of the C4ament for 1877 -

..VXD"SOLICITOUS GUIDES! i Co. 'their last: picking and now comes the wail'of himself the chief. In vain his power in vain had not been j paid in at the time these figures t

l ix ciiA'ycEtt r, EDWIN DATES & Co. WH'"/ we can sell: pxid, instruments so cheap those i perishing whelps;, it is! piercing their inmost his pomp| and pleasure. His guilty thoughts were obtained. The rate directed to be collected i
A. ;. JOHNSTON, 1'rcs'ulcut Dank of 0 livcauee are Wholc-ule }iValers im>tmerelv soul with thrill
cf
<< last six mills
TAMPA, FL.VtTT1LL woe. those! tyrants of the !;lul. steal in unseen and year was! or CO c'tiU ou
"" ; Charleston.: iO! ; \, '"III"t' representing;; I manufacturer- MVUIStates 1'ilj ye, what a pity that Hayes }had! not stab him iu his triumph." But he will the one hundred dollars l the gro":a amount
Colin and ,
..... \ PBACnCE iu a'.l: the (SOUTH:; ; I --a*> -- M-lm!! <' more ii> trui'iints yearly than all say
n ,. \. V 1'JJJlUlUt':e-In Friebele's building., A. \y )()J) ( \S. LEE ROY MYUIVJODMAN *. otlur Southern! IVnK-rs eniiibined. :A email. wholesale been clotted long; ago If his short administration it by and) by. Ou Foc v. of such tax, with the States proportion of
1>' .---.- -- profit nn gash inp.iriimcn* is all we want. I has: wrought such a potent influencein Fort Meade, } ):\., May 22!: 178. the poll-tax added! would show .as follows : .'
,. ,t 5. li.: SF..t\.lK\I.L\.N / I knocking the scales from the eyes of these 6 mills .. ..
& MYERS r on ;30s9S,2I7.- ........$Jg),. *!I-H) "
: : ki \ ;.. ,' 3V t TrtaLw r Stand from Under blind beggars they might long since evaded Point IMuellis Items. IVII tax ...................................._,_:lM.55y.5u"! t j
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t'tOIt1C the blunders they have committed and es-
-:.t. ,. AXISOLICITOli > .. WHOLESALETOBACCO and Ift rrrryl>n-l CllAXCKJlY.rr. trcr flat L'rJlJU-'y .JSATKSfnn'1 and ,tge 6uuirr ( )l.t Jan. '
.Y 'ollt't'h'tluJto 7JV16H)4.tt5) -
: refresh both animal and vegetable life hence I
tremble writhe and The Democrats ,
now ugouize.

'')'W. ('aunt M in for till I'iaiio mot ( wart, Collected (rom l,.t Jammrv: to
.' MEADS:, FL.V. uhrre tlif / lMtt..PLI had better elect Hayes his administration the prospect for the future j is very good.
and n<> inalttr pricrsliad again'if IstMay7S___..: __f:;,tGO.2.j- 11 1 .r"-Hoo
7 PRACTICE in all the Court of South & CIGARS : is working such a wonderful Public school No.-at Piuellas
# WILL ] <:.' 1T'l' rl .1 i_ ......t openedsome --. .
.,'. *. You hear us now Come and (.' us when '<*('II get time. change in the radical corps: by evangelizingthose time since with an attendance of from Balance unpaid Ist-May, '78......_...... _;"'L,293. .

c X LAW OFFICE. LUDIiEN & 11.\11.:$, :Savannah; Ja.; I incorrghle: apostates and having such a 13 to 15 scholars.I This i U::! not a creditable exhibit for the Tax ,
_. ..
--- --- --- painted effect in restoring them their Collectors whole.
-- the
133 BAY STREET. I to natural should )like to call the attention of as a Up to 1st of May, t
WR. !Fenwick Taylor; souses taxes had been due for six and
u. s. r.i-\.IL some bee"culturist; to the fact that bees do some months ,
A If one only of his administration! has it will strike those who have been in k
G.tIXBSJPILLE, FL.'. year : well in this::! locality. Some of us who keep prompt .
SAVANNAH: :, GA.Tobacn ._ unbosomed 1 ut'h.u net'of has paying their taxes as remarkable that 14
corruption- BO
'Ii. ; before U. S. Land Office at GaineBt cattle and bees on small scale even are now ; I I
;f S' f.1 anJ at 11*,*Jlllugu, D. C. attended Factory No. S Cigar Eaten:: Xo. 616LYNCHBCIMJ opened, the eyes, beads and hearts, of so many realizing that this Ls truly, a land of "milk small a }proportion of the whole amount ''
l- -.--' j j>romptnemi. ;VA. \E\V: VOUK.Tarojia of his adherents, what will four years bring and hoUt>).." should have l Peen collected and paid over in .
March 2-5, 7C.. ly.ECKMAN forth ? Xllw'Dl'mUl'ratcl. just hold let them that length of time. How much of the large:
a. Y. FISLKV. -- -- -A neighbor of rameliving Big Bayouwent
: Ming and/ bite, kick and pull hair it's on balance due will be it is
t ty: ; ( a fight yet paid impossible
''H ) & FINLEY 1 1ornc3 & VETSBURG of their own, you need not put forth any out three!striking large few days measuring since and pi-rlfaps, captured t.) say, but it U quite evident that the rate of. 1 '

> effort on your part ; t the delivery i will be tarpons I :uixatiou to he iniMx| +!ed hereafter will have
ij-
.s.at IUW.: t I.0; feet in length and weighing 100 pounds to't
when ] t
made and )
it'comes
it will be as black bo graduated well the of
1 as by amount taxable
'' FLORIDA. Wliolesals Dealers in I I each ; these fish were cleaned, !salted down t
S.JrILLE", aldam' What
,.: :: < cat. a man Suws that shall property in the State as by the amount _
(: J'jCEin the State and Federal Curt,?- Semi-Weekly: Service he also) reap, and if this same; hitherto formidable and some on table for,dinner. This of course actually collect and paid,into the Treasury.The .
J attention to land litigation I is not an every daybusiness, yet it does notastonish
*peeial
e 1
Radical ]
Dry Goods( X otiOllS.&c. i }party ias not sown corruption fjienfg necessity to be met can be
approximated
.arhne s in the U. S. Land Office .at JackionFlm. those living on our coast.
no other will. The is tolerable
and Wanliingt n, D. C. TO party nest however with certainty, but ex-
.. about to hatch, and then the nest goes by the -Some of our }people improve** this the perieuce'so f far shows that calculating the m-
-- I t board ; nothing of it will be left but stench most idle season, in cruising around the coast: at of -
COMMISSION MERCHANTS lie. Savannah Ga. CEDAR KEYS AND TAMPA ) a come a given rate assessment U quite} ,
June ,!I of foul air. Those: pestiferous parasites will after turtle and bird egg! which are very another matter. If 50 per cent. of the $9.),- y

TISON& GORDON. ---9--, ;;-.- ---tf. have to !shift their lodgings, : and infest regions plentiful-if you know where to go. 000) due on the 1st: of the present month is '

tr A. Einstein's 1'IA" MAXATKi 1 : A\l. ) HUMOXT.Y I more in conformity with their filthy natures.A Encounter with a huge "tSaltor." collected we will have an aggregate of only
Sons
I little fumigatiuu with a compound of honesty 159,000) in the I
COTTON FACTORS } A fl'llain'c, our sung friend Scott S. paid on :assessment of the
s Tl'.DIElt: I and irtfgriiy; will oust them from their shouldered his faithful f: old shot gun which past year at t> mills! and! this will leave only

/ ANDurussion WHOLtSALE: : DKALKIW 1 former lurkingplaces, and then comes that t I!: was well charged with buckshot nud strode I i small balance iu the Treasury on tad> 1st of "" '

t rX\ ..jc( ).C II1.l/L '. ratting, crawfishing and caterpillnriug, which 1 i iis off iu the direction of Salt Lake Creek to kill January: with which to begin the operation i L TI
BOOTS SHOES & HATS i a prominent characteristic, of truth knaves. ''! a monster alligator which he knew made a of 1879! when the Legislature meet" It is

._ Merchants. W. I'. JACKSON )I.\*TJ-I: :. Vet these }jioor downtrodden. civilians came i business of basking himself: ) in the sun" !shine quite plain therefore, that if we are to have .
... 'f ., rA''J Leave Tarr.pa'fUI-'....1 DAY f. i t-dir: Ki-vs: from the for North, with hearts weighed: I every morn. Approaching' the spot our low taxes the Tax Collectors must show diligence
SAVANNAH. Savannah, Ga. .Irriveatl'edar J Keys.mViiK: ) :>lA) V.Leave down !?o full of philanthropic' sanctimony, j jvsith friend the in discharging their duties. The HI
: ; } 1 __ I saw rusty: creature patiently wait- Comptroller
.. .
;i.i. -- -- Cedar! Kt-vn: \\rEI'\I'I.\: : F .
TLml'a.rri"t't the love of
a -- also iu their hearts l believe
has instructed
: '46. ly.I" CARHART&BROTHERtoportersaDd .\ Tampa, cm THt'KSDAY.Ixave :: money ing the approach of some un.-.ujpecting} animal we : these officials
relieve the
.f' t to poor negro and his white compatriots little to make a final settlement the 15th
t Tamji.i Fl:1: n.Y fur ('.-lar Kevs, I aware we must suppose, of the by
.' ca & PINKNEY Arrive at l'etar! Keys: tin SATl'lU'-VV.: from under a thralldom of political trick about to be played him. Bang-! I of July, after which those who are delinquent

Wholesale Grocers, Leave Cedar Keys (>u SATt'KDAY) fur Tampa: and financial: pressure. Missionaries for promoting splash, splash and such a is seldom :it may be supposed will be regardedas t
Arrive Tampion; :>l'NDAY.) civility, improving the moral tone of rumpus defaulters/ / and be '
proceeded
f against! as
I> : lromSION? uuDPHaVTo JaLuuH&H IJ Xos.! CO &uulli8 Park 1'laco, For Frei ight.ur l'as.-ngc ((having) excellent the ('ommonwalth.) teaching both white aud seen and heard. In a few seconds all was quiet such.-Flortdian. _

:' .I acconimuilalioHsj) apply j i to the Captaiu on I black, Gu.land lIlortlitTo be thus treated| j j las death, and the young hunter pulling hUi ---- '

I':-:;. '" ,. 1'L,.f : CO'.V NEW YORK. NEW.. YORK. board, .or to--- I by one, His frauduhnicy: ) Returning B. Hayes i pants over his knees, waded in to secure little Household Hints. ,
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----- U"(15; THOMAS, Agent, Tampa. is knocking lint from a new place and it t i I"Charlie' ,
I : ;: }!: Bf P f} of Cotton Solicited. C. R. POST, ."- I hurts. There were lIttinin; the country ', dead (?) body. Grasping him by A little corn starch in milk will improve t

... .; ...T0 ; DA.VBVILSON'. who on the arrival of the horde of evangelizers his tail he thought to lay his lifeless l body up- !. chocolate.

-p', J 'w.w.Wall tit Co.,of Tam Succersor to POST! A HOKUY, Oj Tnllalnmee; Flu., icilhJL I struck hands: -greeted them with a I ou the sward, when lo, the.dead gaitor tired Turpentine i is the best to wet stove polish +

holy kiss, formed :i compact and entered intoa I of being fooled with sought to make a dinner : with before using. .

.ri' F. )(. ZICGLER. GROCER BEYERS & Bl O. I covenant: never to cwisc: their efforts day I' of poor Scott. With one wild fling of hU One cup of beefs gall in sixteen quarts of x
IDT & ZIEGLER. i nor night until the "worm rail! was ontop will red
put tail our friend $ prostrate in the water, but water, keep clothes from fading..
WHOLESALE DEALERS IXTpljaccoS i ; in order to effect: this::! it was needful 't
&tfesa AND DEALER IN I that they be made the law-makers and sense ( with the speed of the rein deer, he made his If you will pour a little vinegar in the water
Grocers wash blue clothes in it will
a you keep
J keepers of the common "calth-must hold| way on all-fours to the shore the gaitoi snapping them bright. 1

Western Produce the ufii.l'I-coutroll the money and drive i. his merciless! jaws close at his heels.
big peg iuto a small: hole ; but this hole was ; TEA.Tea is best made in an earthenwaretea
LIQUORS,, I I Cigars & Liquors.Savannah II in the middle plank of their political platform Our friend thinks::! if gators won't eat men pot which should be kept dry, for if allowed

91 & 93 MAGAZINE STREET )4 ,- - Geo. and! by repeated driving they have i they have a desperate relish for bone He' to remain damp after use it become 1

;; finally drove in one that has split their platform ;!, hastened home a madder, if not a wiser man, musty. The water should always boil when ,

f",,!,, ,1 .. New. : 0rleausr ORLEANS, LA. j t GAUAFvAXTEEI Orders olicited. Prcnijnlr. Filled and !'ati.fartiO.l. 6111 j I and uow down comes! their fabric with I but not before his last load of shot was deposited the tea a added. Tea u not wholesome taken : LL
crash that I
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: ; &'Illternnt, Improvement Scheme of 1IKA1 QUAKTEK'S, oth BRIGADE -A negro, named Charley Anderson was '
THE SUNLAND 1857. FLOIUI'A.STArIMri.rrIA: killed by unknown purtics in Pensacola- It'rA

: TA rA. 1"m.\.. June lt, 1878.GKXFUVL night 23th. J V
;. '. 'J; P. WALL, : It is highly: l I important that the people of ()LJEM. 1. Uy a-e-ignimnt i the nnNO. -

:, '. K. Spencer, Ptr.b'r&Bus; Florida should not forget that in 1857; J ( I. }derix ietl; hereh.a..miiiies Watermelons arc bringing 60 @ 80"eta.in .
S '_''; coinnianil of the oth Brigade, Florida Suite Militia, Key WcstJpotatoes: $4 @ $4,50 per bll.cliickens -
Tampa Fla., Saturday, railroad from Amelia Island to Tampa compoc-ed of the Counties .Mpuroe, Man.itei-, $7 (0J J 88 per dozen and scarce. AJL Y CO.

% S -, ..- with a. branch to Cedar Keys, was char HilULorough. l'olk, Orange, Dfovanl and Dade -The Governor's guards of Tallahassee,have ] W V
AH Business l. P with IIea4l Quarter at Tampa, Via.
I .16J' te .. The chartering this road been invited 1st : Alabama 'State
company II. The following are announced nol iwupiMins ,by )teg
Polduhet tatd MaOgt -C m never built the road in conformity with the Half of the ISrig. ("'1\1 Commanding. They Troops to attend. a Southern Military meeting ii.,\Ncnsctrnn, -
the BfGr. will be obe\ed and rej tcted aeeonliiiKly.I Allcommunications iu Mobile ouHhe loth of July. .
charter but still claim i its franchises, not ,
,
-. for tlieH.IIe.id (Quarters will lie V -
4. -. ; .Notice. withstanding the fact that over twenty years addressil 1 to the 81atl'Otl 't of the proper Depart-' -At the examination of candidates for the- 'fd nel Doors, .: .
West Point which held at
'the Democratic -oers ,'e elapsed! since the charter was granted. n1ut4. : vacancy at was ,, :
J. 11. Sw Ai General. Tallahassee, Albert Gilchrist Quincy), was Frames
4 Maj. ingVy "*Atlj't .
:/. county, are hereby requested I company J managed not only to de- 'S CIl.rl Quartermaster. chosen and! will soon receive hu appointment. -, V

'V :'" : meetings in their respective: prive South Florida of a road, but to involve John A. McKay,-Commk-ary (If!5ubitcmv. -The City Council of Jacksonville are -1,

S 'm Saturday June 15th, and whole Interns! Improvement Fund of the John P. Wall, -Surgeon. serious trouble about their financial V p
,. having
I Walter C, )Ialone '. J r.-, (>rdnanoe Offuvr.)
sJ .. : to represent them in a C in such legal trouble cs virtually to de Geo. It. DiekiiKon,-15ri In-pector. matters, four of the City Dads, have resignedand 3000 gallons. .1

t_ I > be held at Tampa, Florida, the people of the ue for which it was Ca1.t.V.. P. CuILrt.'ath-\ D. C.III. the Clerk has departed for parts uuP .
Commanding Officer of HegimenU, Banal- &
\ known. HENDERSON Agtfs.CO. ,
.
: 22nd, for the purpose of : )' cou titutt..J. What portion of the ion-, .C IllI'milllnJ IV-UchinenU will a-t early aspraetieuhle

f -: --t ',County Delegation to the (\J was conducted), with the 'branch, was ) report to the .\!' Ad'jt. Geu'l. the V CI2NEK.il/XCWS. V tl ':
.
.. '.:' vention at Monticello Fla. detail of their or :miz.\l(' .name:*, rank and Congress will adjourn on the 17tb.Mr. :
and sold because of
illegally fraudulently
residence1 offieer; date of Commi".illl1., and! : &

S and to.transact. such other payment-of a certain per cent as a sinking the total nnd! aggregate of eat h command.IV. Win. Astor left New York, for Pur- ., V ,
f- It is MipsjeMed to the officer of thi*C-OIT niid, is :oOUi.. V .
t bcf'ore't:1id on
come County :
fund for iliefinalhiquidation of the bonds V
that they at onee iiiake tluniM'lreo familinIhe AH
t pa, Fla. May 28th, 1878. by the State in favor'of the road, law governing the Militia! orgmilt\liulI- ]reparato- -Timerevolution, is growing in its ) Georgia,
JOHN ry to a muster of aU'HaLl. to duty., (cec pp. oSS proportions.Peace V '
the law the sale
( only contemplated and follow :, Itui-h'a Uigl"'t.'fll"lli..tor [ ) : is assured between England and CIGARS
L : S Chairman"; Co. this and other roads built in conformity V. of Mwlern Warfare illu>Jraes( : :

i WM. C. vBROvrx, Secretary. the Internal Improvement Act of 1S-37 the faetthat, } a alion'" Citizen Soldiery i ill 'iti ln.flSafeguanl Russia. )(. V
I : wlitn' pacific measures are exhausted,Jtil -Ru*,ian agents have purchased the iron FAKDARO.
'
T ( lion' of this after the to be that the Militia of the olh ; "
' Tanrpa's ) payment j per ccutage. hoped Hrrgnde steamer Saratoga for 870,000. EPICUREAN V ,
'r k-, ( ; were completed according to the char-V by iu Military proinplne, Soldierly Cuurtti.y andtlfieienry .
Arcporter: of the : iniudutie*, \ill boa pride also to the -The Mohamedon: insurgents are reported AMERICAN, JASMINE. ,h'., S
.: :. for which they were granted. These.are: State which it represent. 30,000 strong and well armed. : 1
4 f 'having recently interviewed ? VI. THE SLNLAM TRIOCNE U announced the :FOR ; T : :
>
about the dels of the cases and now it remains M Rapier, Collector of latex. nat Revenuein .
; r of Jackson ville Official N'vi> of these '1
c&ncctuing ]I'iuiK-r lleajqiuirttrs.OtEeial V'
Alabama is colored .
to be seen whether the people are a mau.Geo. .
going : II. 15. TIIOMA, K
.serve that the ex-mayor. longer to submit tamely to this, outrage J. K. SxytNOi-EV, :rig. Genernl. IL Ireland & Co. corn brokers of Cigars,
terms of the State and ) A-w't. \II'jt. Gen. have failed for 22,000.
." which has been poipetratttl upon lh m. \Vc _.__ ._ Liverpool i"-t \ .. dJ1'
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: ture greatness ; and, among SmaliKix: | and yellow fever are reported .\'
, want them to think about it, and take every SYLVAN UOMI:,
ludes to the delightful epidemic in Havana by the N. Y. Sun.
method to thoroughly inform themselves as Polk County FIn. May 20th, 1878.
Old Ft. Brooke 1 The first who served as a Ferris'
lying :\ negro ever Agt.
V
to the true status of our railroads and Inter- Jtu.( EUITOI: : I have a few 9ii, _ been
having occupied as a
V V V nal Improvement muddles, with a view nf I make which may prove l beneficial. to our May. : AND SUMMER GOODS itr
V upwards of thirty years, and for which I hOI; will find ,
V tending to the next Legislature men who will comity you -Six vessels in all are to be secured be- Jt
majority) of the old inny ri oiii in your column- There seems to be a DRY GOODS V ,
V not.be afraid to cut this Gordian knot, if it fore the Russian agents will leave this country -
S the of Polk
V tioned here for of misunderstanding among voters
V periods cannot be untied, in order to restore to the county as to the manner and intention of El SCHILDREH'S' HATS & SHoes. V
_ in the long continued S r )
summoned minister
Potter's committee has :
r x ople their right It is a matter in which mass meetings fur the purpose of nominating I
the opportunity for a class I S tough ton from; Russia, and Kasson : ?:
candidates for the Awmbly and Souate.'utid and :
the people of the whole State are interested, Crockery Ware. '' .
Veducation to form an few words elucidate the subject nUll from Austria. -. -
: a may
-: V was ample, and it is iud they chould see to it that the men whom have some weight upon the mind of those -The Confederate memorial association CUtlery &c. Willow& VooienTaie. /S 1
they scud to the next Legi.latme, have nt'Arlington ,
S know, as shown by the ) proper who so strenuously oppose conventions to will decorate the Confederate graves .

instructions in regard to this matter nominate candidates. The very intention ofa on 13th.Ninetyfive. COOK STOVES &c. .'
of the General's j J
Surgeou
convention iDemocratic and is the best York business houses
fraud and villany against the rights of the New

V ;:V mate ofthis I'rlaccH1.. con / people may triumph f..r A stason, but they moans l by which the citizens can bu unanimously : failc-d in )[1bro<* liabilities 85,6 6,300, 8, B11TS, SPURS, & ? :lij
perior to that of any I represented" but if the pre.iini- : :
projier assets, 80.-11it ,
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V are bound to be brought to an end and! HEAVY AND LIGHT :
prove :
Southern State Its nary; tepa are not taken its object is thwartt-d eaches have for .
Georgia > Wn selling
V the truthVuf the old that is the ] I
adage "honesty t
and disorder cn.Ui.0 reasonable! man
; only Iu its geniality and 810 dozen in Richmond and Philadelphia. ;
per
V I best policy.Ve want the jieople to wake will oppose a fair convention and the way to .r1

i' ,, \ perature, the averages of to the importance of retrieving ,their have a fair one is for every man to take an CORN, GRITS, MEAL( RICE 1

t : .t : V / those of Cario, Egypt, but up interest, once and) have his intvrest represented -Two\ executions took place on 30th of rORK.ft.VLT, COFFJ-:1J':
and do this it is for
rights, to important
I 1 and marked iu the convention for murder in Ohio, and a SYRUP 1IUEAD .
!" 1 t; 'Y' salubrity and then there can May, ono negro ."j
tS i with almost other point them to consider it well before the fall elections. -i be no plausible excuse for an objection to the negro for rape in Texas. '
; .any '
; I nomination and refusal :__ CELEBRATED HAMS. ( L
a to support tho A terific cyclone passed over Richmond,
UE altitude in the South, from', .
nominee. There have been conventions held Mo. on 2d, blowing down .one hundred Sit 4s: .t LTKD ME A t& J
- Such diseases as U. S. Court at TmuI a. in I'olk and nominated

;>I croup and cerebro-spinal The following bill was introduced .in the faith by county asjjood and men intelligent men iu as good the house-The; los steamer, 82.)0,000.Itlahmotruck a rock off the Fruit and I'restnti of all ttndi, C- VV j

I V known here and typhoid U. S. Senate on the :20ih May by Hon. C. W. county contains, but a lack of interesjmanifested coast of Ireland and sunk in twenty-two minutes ACCO &SE }.\T S.

S [ vailed here since 1857, \\ Jones, and Las been! recited on favorably by prior to the convention and the inter- ;.all on boaid saved. .. I
1 t of few that ( JrcKX-rie of TBrietv .:r. bt'l'
t> so being represented the ma- every
V V V teer force of troops was hero.Ccdnr the Senate Judiciary Cummuittee.V i i j jxrity of the county revolted. and! the convention -An ropriation of $',000 tJ investigate '.. .fwd .(;tlllli Substantial ( uvsh. to j

1VV V To extend the jurisdiction of the District i I I was ng.mled as a loathsome packed" the history and! habits of insects destructiveto truie.! an.I,ors tlivni e!>eipe-r' thnu .. '
liffun
Keys Circuit Courts of Hair that would cmhculo the cotton, has pa.ed thesenate.WAHIIMJTOX. ;V ;
an- tho United States for a king" ? : ii, Ilutd.nl Shijw fii]>iilu- at ttio .' "

We are unable to the southern district of Florida. rights of the county. Such impressions will ; June 1.-The debt statement V V :,:

for Cedar"Keys establishing defeat the be-t ILCII in the county in an election shows decrease of 83.000.000.: In the -
Be it fueictcd-by the Sniate and Home if a
and should be avoided. Some oppoMconventions 1 Coin 81 9,7r 0,00) <> 83 Hen clei'so 11 &.001
against'this place. We treasury : : currency, \
lieprcteulatlre (if tlC United Stale of America
V upon the ground that the county OIHOl), ). The) public debt i is $2,036,000,000( : '
DEALERS
,. / V that she "ehould enforce, a i in CtHHjrcsts (ufemlltd. That from anti after 15 entirely I,'nlOcmti('. I deem that a very i iN"V" -

3i f again all, vessels V nrri,' the paRge of this act the Southern j judicial mill-) argument for'this fl'l.OIl'C1') precinct I Iw-obcnlo: the Lerdit General, has capj l C, ol.. ICIothing .

V knownyellow belt of J'I'district the State of Florida shall embrace I in the 'oontr duuhtl Mexico. Government
: but there i is a man regarded :t-' being wi.ll jttaliiudto I Piedra Mi-gnu, troops l l
VV gion's 1 ; certainly the .counties of llcruando, Hill-borough, I' till! the? position, hencu we would have half i have gone to meet him, and a fight i is expertcd. ; I ; ; :

tiGcttion.in enforcing it Polk Manatee and Monroe in paid 1. o""l
V State ; a dozen candidates in the field! at one time. I |
r5 V V .' It is noti uly, a heavy tax and all the territory within the re-raining \\'ouiliurgl our citizen* to become refoncilinl'aud I -The Cuban inurg.Mit General Antonio > Boots :and Shoes.f .f

-: mail l eteamcr, but interferes counties fchall constitute the northern judicial ullit\ their force upon the light man. Macceo ha arrivetl in N. Y., accompanied 1 V

j +: mails 'and passengers district. M I \Ve want n") Ju ilallilUuui \\lio neither has by two of his staff.: Ho denies that he has t; of .all kind. -

7 trains the mornings of the I ciunuge nor capacity: to tell what he know ever .surrendered, and that he made no terms
: She". :2. That a term of the district and I l
: or 1 knows what he tell, but we do want an with.the Spaniards.Hon. !
and Tinware
there. Cedar Crockery
Keys ,
circuit courts of the ITm.itetl'tates; hall bo active,, intelligent man who will ue i-Very V ?
Clark-nu N. Chairman of : }
: Tampa, we would held in each year at Tampa, in till district, effort iii his power to make such improvements Potter, _

It : 1 authorities that tho course i commencing on the fii .t Monday in Mnit-h : I a* will 1 enhance: the appreciation! of I long the and I Investigating 1 interesting Committee letter explanatory, publishes of the a 1 : -2 GOODS sca..
V Hoti lib and induce
J. this matter is not South an i immigiationthat
(
j''O 'I1t'Il That herein ecmiitaiisetllmahI I
( nothing purpo-o of the into Mr. Hayes'stitle ; : ;
therefore will 1 be a I benefit, and not a 1 bane) to our intigtti'H Provisions .
V \Ve rc/pectfully be con-tfucd to ;impair or tlicct the juri-dic- i coHntrv. : I\!t :i I1. to the )' ] ., ; : l : ,

V : thorities porno modIfication tion of the district and circuit coarlof the .---'t.l VV -The{ hostile Indians, under Sitting i Bull : -
TV ( w cOd.; .
: V regulations 'as regards United States for tho northern district of ; STATI: M\VS. 11'llni..C' to give trouble' They fire well armid (

; #w atce.II4LL Florida in civil criminal -The Cuban are returning from I Havanato and :Sitting i Hull made a speech and stated
eae jiond-
any or !
V __ __ __._ t hey \Vcst. that be would return to tho UnitC'l tall'IHIkl I ) weekly, and will bo :sold -
iug therein at the time of the pa, age of tImLnet .
-t r r1-. : We call attention .to \Vlmopiiig\ I cough i is abating in Kov : the ohliert'P. grand) war :
T ; but the fame shall: I I be, proceeded( in to the \.ttrn"ti.p .
tcr to In found the first speech.The Priee-
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final dij>oiition a* if this act had not beenpaxM.il. "t'"t.Thc I-- N.- .
V Vi V -t1 I clad to note that the State cigar factories: of Key We-t are all Uannook Indians: to the number of I :! s-i .,

:: : V < be-in a healthy condition, -.-- working full force.I'JO.oitO two hundred I I, UII,1 command; of Ilutfalo: : : n' )I.u't: r 1'1In- i.u) -OR. .

thing like a fair valuation Hood "111. I ) young shad: have been put inllrambia i I 1or.I aiv i encamped in t the lava bods and! 1 .

tV I llivtr.The I ha\1 oidoivd the i whites to leave the I Produce r.
kTt' en into the tax'S.4cssor, ,' l Tin're is mi 1.Jain Florida that i1',) i prairie (ill penalty: of death.: The Indians, .
dead of infant in
body an : wa* found '
I.4: a considerable reduction highly tiie otl't..ls of IViuundina.Then \ ? t fir (it1-tI'ltiIS) wseihi tlu 11 iIL.
I
( V tion. ThU reflects credit \ (>t neighbor Tatnp.i. .A con-tant inlet "l1r.e i tho ,'all.di.r.l .. l'urclmi.ing! 1-:14\\tlaJ't\: V
ha: licni a l'.tt (Oilice ttablihulat I, -\Ill\rII'* tl'liIOIhtolre) Potter I V
has
% with it* Pl''l'lt' convinced u* that the .
iV! 1:: ministration as compared | I K illll't'1V committee i* the aborbin: topic in Wahington. .! ;; *h Ilsil at the oM tMi.l. every I
feeling* anil imcrot of both ire identical, l"l'ell"l'ob_ county. : : .
.: t V lfeviour and i is the \ lie charge that Sec. Sherman wasil.lin'dlya exrej-t! 11I11:1 -. V f'f't
: and we arc a tired that should misfortune I : wants to )U\' a 70,0leam- II ; : ____ ,
: reason for every Democrat I overtake thi city, Tampa Viill extend! toils hip, to put on her new li.i. (. t h paitv t ti> t the murder of cir, } I II, % >KX't JC, 31. Dn .
.
-11t pV: V V the approaching fall I that charily and ni.iotull'chidl their nobly i s -The I IJepiiblican:( ] hold,I their convention I Supervior of a Parih in La., in order to get I : : : i Physician & '*'V" .
of letter of Sherman's
(** making
.
feeling* would P1'l1I1I't.-\-ey! H atih.We IPu i"l I ; : l I .7t"urgC' .
rx what they s>ct out to J I. in Montuvllo( <>ii the 1 Nh .1.July.I.1. | ,
.
t1 ): ,; ,,' administration and a re n' url our neighbor of the Inland City II. Allen, receiver of time T. & JI. i'coiiupt prltitiun, 'i ] | l I I & JENS f. .<
Tho German clad Per Groasc Kurfueit
V -of the people. that tll.--C killllly'Utill1l'lIts arc cordially Road has: l bun rcmo\cd by .1'lIl Settle.. I iron !
. t : ellS 1 was sunk in the English Chunueli by I>-.\.-::' IX : ,
kt: ;.._ achieved by perseverance I reciprocated, and sincerely UU-tthut the dayis I -lualltiliei of Sponge in* now being I a colli-ion! with another iron clad, of the fleet, I V': ;

fl.t V ,:.. Kcmembcr that. not far iiiXhe! future when the !bountiful i biouglit to Key Wc.-t; 81 1 her ll is paid V for | the "o"li( ;. Wilhielm on t the :1 ist. She sunk : : 1 I l ,. Sletlieii, 1,

-. city of Key \Vcst will be linked to the mainland it.I V i i Hii.ncdiatcly.' 1 Her( boiler exploded as she I : !

- V ;, Tlio (. ,' by a railroad. We unite with her people -Steamship Quick, of \lor ::1IJ'i line, put I wont 110\\ ii. She carried a crew of GOO men, Fancy'GI
V into \\" 21th with biokcn crankpin. I d
VS Key 'L on I'll: )) of which \etc drowned. J
VV fj !: V :: In pas-sing the cemetery in urging tho impoitanceof the (lieat I I I ETC, '{:Tc.. X

1 T ; week we noticed that the Southern Hallwa on! tin notice of ConA : 'I -
% \ I -S. 1 H.; McLin has declined to go before NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. I : given to the .1)MlOUJr:

t ? c Jiving iu that vicinity, \\' ibr;. 1 the Investigation C'ommittio at ..Jackonj.villo. I -- .

Jr :": ground for M judo and I i II TAX COLLECTOR'S SALE."XTOI'H.F. I *' Preseripti'"k-"
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; V V more convicts have the I' Xiw )I. 1 E. l\rii:.-During the MMOH -*-!|I -Mr. .1. O. Whitney, editor of the :t. j IlL..d.

jV V of the General: Conimnce! of the }1. E. I Augutlne l'udied in Xe\v York on :'loth i I ,' <; co t.YTI: r OBDEKS.
Society to par for their I1 Church South, Atlanta, change in the I III ( : I IEIEBY: t\'EX, that the fol- .
V tilt. V i .iA lowing ''' : l Mild at publicnuctivii. : KILLED riUCTKD.: ,. and \Inl-; !
: that. long t Iketl uf fence 1 of the church made by the i..1 lndwilH' I II
V iiewf-pajKirs was I' -The Moon?y House at llronson was'!' "'1 l ht t day If J ., 1878, at the ": Il'.n rKI.Ll'LOID: IUSE i in.ztii1
If the niciuorinl society is ,' delegation illtfl' t't1. A new paper, to l he !| bunu'd (ui the night of the l'thith all its ;, Court t llourt I Howe d>H>r in Tampa, FII.. or so I ; inwiMe in.inn, aoJ SATISF.UT1O.V .} Vl
V ing, then, the town I! called the Jlt- II'1 Chridtan Adewitf, to he j i I II ninth thereof, sw will lie nteeffary to pay the l 'EEH. V "-
"o V :: published at M aeon, takes the place of the j I ('OlitCilts.The j amount of taxes: : duly aeed ,raiint Kiid (audit, al-o |.rej>nreil to Jo all manner, of work S -
'i V..' : it Is fenced in and f'ro i I ffuuthrrn Ciirisittni .1dl'oNte. The new paper 1 I ftcamer Prof. More i i. now engaged tt.gL-th-r willi the eot of sale and 31In'rti.inl: I S V

,:., as to j ut a stop to such i1'n I fills out th.* subscription to the old. TheSoitilifi'n .: ill picking up the broken cablo from "t.\.1 i Win. lawman K; J of N E \1. *ee.9!I.. T 30, It and Watch Makers Line,
r : that have I West to I IIa\ani. :j I>: 10 ariM; for the years of I H74-75-7G 77-$3.70.Cnn .
11, : ,' des mi we I ( / ;* !'& l.li'n'ife i is to be puhli-h- i : -
' > : hcieaftrr in (.1. rrank Leslie's artist I ('hiarlei-Five :acre in N W \Ilr N W }i. ALL WOIK WAIIANTED.-! :, -
: : the hearts'of the bereaved Ii'i ] ed Columbia S. as the organof I in making *k -tcho* ',". It ". ( a.
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1 V V: tho South Carolina Conference. A. G.Haygood of St. Augutino, places the rising Moon( in : : \ !! attention tt >ar S TI,
'j htill more poignant I II. I Union W of W S 31 T.tl I U :
:, t, I j \, iso ; l\h.2l.77.
L i ito l bo editor of the'tle}\ jan I the .llrth. V > ; : .
: of tho final : :1lI.3. --- -
i'i i i Lions resting II C/trifttan AJrofiite and F. )r. of J .
hI' beloved ODes when \ the ntJicrii ClirwtmnWo .1 dm'oeoh'.Ktnnedy -1'ay Master: Yoike has -nod the IVn-: I I Win. Iuiiuii----I't I I. No. h. :' 12, T .._. K 1 18 ; 50) [ \ B. KIl
cola and: l mi\ille R. It. for $ltU), > damages :1'f'1(
t. 3 y'mcutocs placed on their I V for a broken leg. I IMomiro.t! ---N !Jof NV J, (It"4 3 acren) S : .
'I V : affection, are trampled I clitithe following, from the AhtabulaExMayor -The 7 T '.".>. I U I 1'J ; .*>(> :aen* -* 1.54:1.:

(Ohio)//ropll. importation of fruit from the West O Kuner.-r-Part of : K; } of S 12, T 29, U IS ; (
ried off by thoughtless : .
: \ Indies has been prohibited bv the health otii- ;KU :ure<-*' .'M.Win. I. .

k free Access to the Hepburn returned from FlorIda cer of Jacksonville' A. )li-Kiv-S t of S W }1.3111! W J of S E; rt r 1'

. : is thy blush last Tuesday where he has: been for the -The turtlo Merchants of Wot I, :t> T 32, I U 17"; 13-4 acre--? l..r.0.Th.rt f
._. months I He has in I : Key pay and ShoL
r past two completed pa it I ) 2 and 3. the .r
3 ct*. per Hi. for turtle and I retail it to tho ldnighl-lulo 1.It'k-
V- F. A. the survey for a railroad from Tampa to the I \earof : InllI7'-(; 13.10.Hannah --.
C3i Capt. ,. notifies the
ai l.'ietMr. l"IUi
) V out in au address his St. Johns river, and will rt.turnith hi* family hungry public I' Iit'-t-1-Lot: I. No. 1 1. I'.lixk t-.42.03. | : 3 1"110": Hol'| ins V" t'
V V i Fall. i [ (J. :0. of WI.le Ta l.r-la.t No. 0, lilotk ) I !
24th Senatorial Ditrict iu the Dr. Wallace and Chas. Searing .Tackionvillo was I 1.tl.1 \ JI"1 mred t.< iu all wur\ /' V
:. ? M:ieWhiddeii-N K I. i S :2U. T ICOnirt
Field have Parted. Counsel 1 of Brazil for L'cnian- ; .. ,
V V review public aftairs for home, making the trip I nl'l'lJiuh'il'iee : .;(tor the )', l*74-Th-7t-7)--4 I 39g. lipatili. t
the l'e1. dma Jacksonville and CVlar Keys.iv I 'al Fla, JaDe 19th 18;;. ; .
route, V ,
by ocean on a sailing Ward'rn
V\\ for the la.t four years. I W. E.: -S \ of S W }i. S is, T :31, I 17. .
tjVV Key oft/it Gulf. -' man named Turner I (for the year l7i' and 1 1577.) 5>0 acrew-$4.7o.
; the" afthe young living near Place foiL ;II\ "
: -. ._. .. According" to hey Gulf some Madison, took strychnine through mistake I Samuel M.ratu-S } of S W }I. S 15, T 29, I : :
V crooked>** )ha-) been discovered in the 1510; icre--2.tY2. OF LAND lying 12 riT !: -- V
; Cedar is i for quinine and I died iu a few minutes.Mr. .
Keys to \ V
I Custom house at that place. The mau i I Owner unknown-Lot 1 and Block :3-41.52. : Tampa. The improvementn .: ;
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,: V of July. The harbor is ) gone wrong," however, has l been rescued ( W. W. Moore, of Lake City, and I Owner unknown-S.E } of N : }, Sec 4. T 2S i *: 16 acres ojn land under i. V f ,I I
of such shallow e Shine of Tallahassee have been 50 Tree !: of whil '
V V display and set afl right again by his friends. Henry app -! 2U' ; )) for year of 174751Is) ) ; Orange :
jinole ou Bro. Mcllvcine.Ilotw. Minted lu* >ecters of Customs at Cl'tlnr.hCY*. i 1 nCmHt6. the rest will War in hrOTelfl1. 6 t j 5
-' | | Oa uiikiowui-N E; }I. S 17 T 27, R 22 for t
_ V I" \ ; ( treen2. ; Waring K-ach trees; flu
,; Two gentlemen from Cuba are in the I -The IViisacoIa Gulf toaniahip Company thejeartof I 17 'l-7o-7>), lt'>\aeres414.S3.S. t Orchard; Grape Arbor; Limes at t

______ Th-V IJ C. \'. .Jtm [ vicinity of. 1'nlalka buying up 2 and :' year I I has organize! in IViisacoIa, with I 1. F. I: E. M'AHKMAX.Collector ha .*, sweet and Sour Plums and tf V"J '

":- V ".:. Davidou will accept mir old heifers "for a-tocLiug. certain jH rii<>iH of]I :Sullivan President and W. I D. Clieplv: Sec re- I of UeVdiue" I IHlliUtrouih I i I (Guilty. : I I I' Giiavx Appl to J Jr V I. \ 1
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jSUNtAND TRIBUNE Tumpa's 3Icreliants. I gentlemen. Capt. John Miller started ip ,way Tampa cannot-15 ercolled by any other

Y.r,yty Tampa has been peculiarly fortunate from I business here in 4867 iu the store on the cor- I place in the State as a high-minded, honora- THE BAGDAD: SASH: FACTORY CO.

d 'CPA.HTHKE8,'1878. her early history in having had, as H rule, ner of Washington and Franklin streetsfor- ble and virtuous people. ,

good substantial, men to engage in mercantile ,I merlv'the place of bu iue>s of Capt. James

l1IDA )INTELLIGENCE. }>l1J\'Ulta.. As a result of this .we,see today I I I Mclvay Sr. before the war. Commcnciiig in Our Supplement. Offer for sale at Tampa their Goods consisting.of

some of the tame business! men who started an unosteuUUious manner, his: business) grad On account our increased advertising .

ti. -, and lain o ,eded. here over thirty years ago. Most of those ually grew, and in 1874 .Mr. ""m. B. Hen- : business, we issued our first supplement! of All sizes'of Glazed Sash Panel Doors '

for the free use of \\'ho commenced in business here at the same i i (deitou became his )artier. With the increased miscellaneous reading matter lost week. Thiswe ; '

-nfect.. time and have di*arp<'"red, have gone to that capital which this latter gentlemanput shall continue to do for the benefit of IIII .

x ; ?*?h 'wire i stolen .*-' bourne frpm whence no traveller returns ;i" into the business, the latter rapidly grew our home subscribers Until we can perfect Window &, Door Frames.
[ their ledgers having been balanced by Death, and l began to branch off several directions. arrangements fur enlarging the TRIBUNE
pwrod.t In 187G with the lute W. W. Wall which to do early iu the fall. Window Blinds
r and l not without a large credit being found in i they we hope "
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tV1"1.1\ heir in the final: reckoning first essayed steamboat enterprises and in'this
favor, wo trust, j\ : '
ay. night. 'da,.. "Among those prominent in Tampa's I! direction have achieved already an extraordinary Fun Ahead And Cisterns from 1000 to 3000 gallons. .

-.J catfe are to early mercantile history, whore places! arc j' success, due iu a great measure to The first performance of the Tampa Varieties '
4j. K. ENC soon. II I : Combination" will take the Orders received and perfected by MILLER & HENDERSON 9gt a -. i
,
B ana now vacant, may be mentioned, Kennedy, I Capt. Miller's! s familiarity: with practical seamanship place m
i i I y. aildVf et Jrbwn and McKay, Sr. A few of their co- I I! and marine affaire: and his shrewd Town Hall at the Court House next Monday Tampa, Fla., May 18th, 1878. tf :

n, ? RieOi pearunco temporaries arc still left, and long may they ,I business; lact. Both Mcwrs. Miller & Hen night. The members of the Troupe have

SUN survive aa living examples of the pristine! and; : derson are not only superior business men, been practicing rehearsals for some time with BOEHM BENDHEIM' & CO.

'" Judicial O" aired .>: :continued integrity of Tampa's business hiorj ?- j, but are also enterprising and public spirited. the evidept purpose: of pleasing the public, ,
---=for the 6th --
o&ci&1 ::'' "ts. Mary *. In common with all other places in I i Iu this respect| they have had the discernment i and having been well drilled by their efficient 143 Street SAVAITNAH: !

.- orfj EVERY SATUR' : the South, the business men of Tampa found to perceive that whatever tended to manager, Mr. C. A. Brown, we are freeto Bay Georgia,

'- :rUBL t.rived l them h'<:? at the close of the war bankrupt I i advance the public iutcrtfLs contributed also assure the public beforehand of the rich '
'':-:- _' } ", \VUITDro& on in everything save honor and integrity. Tho I in advancing their own. Already South and side-splitting reat in store for them. A Manafacturers of the Celebrated CIGARS ;
-
-s F'F'IDi ht at.d I
,. EETS. ; ) accumulation of had been dissipated in I Florida is realizing no inconsiderable) benefit little foolishness: D wand then is relished by '
;- :- ';;, \ years I from their and the the wisest men so let body turn out CXTTONBOLL, PAPAGEXA, WELCOME.GOLDSN ;
1C ;
!! upholding the taute which they conceived enterprises., they are just every
'i sma AbTBB. ... p hap. I and the b send.of _" BUG HAPPY LOVERS, PANDARO.ORIENTAL. a.
: with'their fellow--co utrymeu to be right and men necessary to contribute c1y and take give -hoya a good ,
f',; : ; I AD 10.13 MOo-, 6110. I ..i+ smil- the lead out this section MERVEILLE, EPICUREAN '
just. All that left was what little real! bringing .
; ..1- ;ro Ll111 f.G. $10 was i They Will Come Back. GOLDEN FLEECE, NATIVE AMERICANA JASMINE Ac, ;
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; I estate they jmssessed, ; but on returning to it W. WALL & Co.,
y'I
"' fiG t Mr. John
$8 ad I W. Bell, with wife and child, arrived -
s \ ti $15 t15;: 140 '; ;, a new after'peace Once more smiled on our bleedingand commenced mercantile business Tampa in last week from Texas, where he has SOUTHERN -A.OE2STTSSeidenburg FOR
; I
.. e f\;.lack tn .pace. W .r, upper distracted country, they found their 1870, and early in the following year locatedat been living for the last six years. Mr. Bell '

A UAIDu will be charged at stores aud.dwellingsdilapidatel anddecayetLIt j the present stand on the corner of Washington is a native of Tampa, and his return is only & Co's. Key West Cigars I IDiI's
under these circumstances i
ad1'er fP cont was discouraging and Marion streets.! They did a fair another of the instances of those who ,
'.' t br iaw.f a --1i1: that our older business! men had to resume business in trade, and the late head of the have roamed from many their native Florida finally
i. kcal DOli' .LCline.. ) Af! luau honest endeavor to recuperate their for- man Schofield's & Fuller's well known Chewing TOBACCO'SV
firm ,
of business
,yearly CoaUM iTith mercLanLllIt1br] being a superior capacity returning to their native soil, with the intention -
ftU'f the! 'and .JIdt1 II1ff; \Conk tunes, but undismayed by the gloom of their and enterprising, was united with Messrs. of settling down'for life. While in IN ALL STYLES AND QUALITIES .

,.,,,': "" --_- -_ -. -".-. .J'\\1ltl"' re- surroundings! they set themselves to' work : Miller & Henderson iu their steamboat en Texas Mr. Bell, being a typo from the old LOG CABIN, ,
"t :: with brave hearts to rebuild their business
1 ; terprises. The house maintained
always
a Peninsular office formerly published here, GOLDEN EAGLE -
and to chronicle with pride the fact ,
.ta. Maj. J.:.IL Allen, of Orlando, gave I day we high character for int'gritv.and reliability was proprietor and editor of the Giddiugs LOVE AMONG THE
us a call veterxlay. He speaks'cncouraglngI.of that Tampa owes less of her present pro-pet i- I during the life of the late )\r. W. Wall, and Tribune, published in Lee county. We wel- ROSES

affiiirs. .in Orange county.. t the y to war clpitI11nlldDcu than: other from place the North in the State.MUCC I under the management of the surviving part come Mr. Bell back, and if anybody rbout O e 11 t e 1111 i jvl & in o lc i u g 1' o l> n c 'c 0.;

1IE!}.. There will' be a meeting of the Ladies any I ners there is no doubt but that its high reputation here has the Texas fever, we respectfully refer .
\iVe we chronicle this fact with pride aaallowing
Memorial Society at the reciJence of Mrs. say I will bv maintained. At present, ).r. such to him for information. Sol Ag ,.t3fo" 1:1.\ITYFAIR Tobacco amI Cigarrtt "
r* the energy nnd business capacities j i J. K., is the business
and
&- ., Dr. Wall, next Monday afternoon at :5; 0'- Lipsconib manager, .:
clock. of our owu business men, and not as iutimat- i I under his able superintendence we doubt not NARROW ESCAPE.-The practice of allowing THE' EXCELLENCE

ing in the most remote manner that we are that the business of the firm will be conducted boys to carry firearms, and especially pistons --

..., ta-. Mr*...Millholland, her SOD, Robert, not truly desirous of having a large influx of j i to the entire satisfaction of all concerned.I is full of peril not only to themselves, .
4 and Mr. Inloes moved to their place on the both men and capital from the North. OF THE '
: I I I "o long as it may: be deemed advisable to but to their companions. Parents should
> west de of. Old Tampa bay, near Bay Mew Having said this much in a general way ,'.: continue it under its presentstatus. look after this matter, as there came near being -
''thiafte'k..., behalf of merchants will tosay THE BRIGHT NAVY 'l'OBACCOIr! I
; n our we try MIL J. II. KRAU.-K: a serious, if not fatal, accident from it i"
t XflU .)tr. Canning's.Soda Fountain and Ice something of'each individually. last Tuesday afternoon. A number of boys

:;.-- ;. '' 'cream establishment will be moved to day or First on the list, as to priority, we find although an ,old citizen, did not commence were lu the garrison on the afternoon alludedto MANUFACTURED BY THE ti !
business merchant until 187. when he
..' .oi Mondar, to the Henderson building, corner COL. "". G. FERRIS, as a when a pistol which one of thew'wu fir-
I I a store on the corner of Zack and 9
: Franklin and Whiting streets. who came to Fort Brooke in 1842, as a clerk ,:1 put Franklin up streets opposite to his Iron Workshop ing accidentally went off and the ball grazed i

. ;' We call attention .to Mr. J. E. Lip- or-Mr. Henry Clarke, an army suttler.? In :.i| aud Carriage Factory. While be deals the thigh of another standing near by. We Merchants' Tobacco Co. of Boston Mass. I
''- eml)'s advertisement, elIing'out at Wall 840[ Col. Ferris went into business ou his extensively in Hardware and Ironmongery have reason to believe that some of the boysof ,

Sli'it';::. -: k CD*, at 'eoa.t'.nod. charge. Go there own account, and wa*,meeting with that suecc ;! as to his other business at the this place make a habit of carrying pistols, t
an auxilliary ,
..,". ..;, for bargains.NEW s hi* business capacity so well merited.I:|| same time customers will find in his catabliluncm 1 contrary to both the laws of the State and Can be Toted by the faxtidiou chewers by calling on l leading dealer or applying for Minplr to our ?' '

"e:! .. CCUAB: MiLU Mr. D.. )[. Blues' w lien a revert gale: in October: of thesania a good assortment of all kinds and :: the ordinance of the town. By all means let Every genta plug for bu Southern a "Patent Metal States.LaU-l" with "Merchant: Tobacco Company" thert' l1. 1!

"' ..\. : cedar mill, at KeY \"iUe on the upper Alafia, year took oil'his store situated near the batik. ..| qualities of goods usually kept in Tampa. this practice bo squelched at once before BOEHM, BENDHEIM & CO., Savannah, G*o. : I j
1 t:f ':coraioeuced; operations this week, and M turn- of the. river and-carried off the major part of: With others of our citizens Mr. K."as a some mischief: is done. :

y- ; Jag out 35 boxes of pencil boards a week. his goods. At this early date the town of. la'll\\"l.-cr. : by the war, and with hU friends, '"

\q. ,tom Dr. F. Branch rake. ai nice ftmt \\"'- Tampa was nut surveyed and laid otf, and I ll'.r!. Friebele and Clarke, was a war prisoner IfIL! We would suggest to our merchants BENJAMIN & PARCELL '.
,when the Colonel rc uil:, he his store on that in buying kerosene! oil they should be
put
_) : errie9 in Tampa :1Ji.e811 be !raised anywhere.Hi on Ship i i.lnnd'hf're\ he was released at
the military reservation, with its front on I' particular to get none but the very best ; and, THE SALE OF THE: : .
/:; t" fupplyin-j us with a dish of them last the close: of the var.MiIts. STATE ENTS FOR :
r vSaturday, euables to to this fact. the garrison lino, at the foot of what i is known I by all means, avoid getting any of the dangerous
us certify
: LOVKKIXU WlLLIAMS

", ;p'r M'.",. -', SSU T11C Schr. n;Jia did tint reach, the located now as Fraukliu a little back street in the His garri-ou residence, on was the j opened a store in 1875: :; iu A connection 'with oil. St.explosive Augustine compounds has recently sold suffered... kerosene froma U. S. Wind Engine and Pump Co's. Goods,

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':" >''jtle.nicat Six-:; Mile Creek, J last Saturday ; but their cedar business l) considerable "
being : in
extensively
;'19t. probably, where the Hospital avuldiug; ) engaged conflagration consequence "
X.. ;-- those ,,'bo11cre ou her pay that th'oy vjJoycda now stand lu Ib'jii Col. F. removed to his i in sawing up red l'tlar'lIxl: l into thin of a kerosene lamp exploding. Let us take Consisting of the Celebrated ie.
j:_ very plea aut day-ailing; on the"bay.. board( the length of lead the
pr[ *I>cnl site, corner of Washington and Lalayctte I, an ordinary l pencil, warning.
Wji. Enforce the health ordinance: ?, and : slivcls. llclorc the war the Col. dida and! shipping: ; these in large boxes to the Pencil i iv
.let not the he.1utof the bright; .moonlight very: extensive bu.-iucss and wa looked on \ Manufacturing Co. North.: .Mr. James IS- )le3Sr Haynsworth & Canning have HALLIDAY WIND MILLS

nights be rendered_un, arable by 1 p mfirruub6df a* one of thc most prospomuv, business men : Williams is an old ante-war resident, and just received a new supply of Stoves and ..
> In-fore his connection had had Tin-ware. Among other articles which housekeepers '
r* i in Sou in Florida Ciipplfd l' fiaaacially, not !j' present con'siderable ANDFAR1IPTJMPS.
;:;, iN'oftE-VSED Mxir. Scavics,-After the to say ruiood, by the war, the CoU has had expcrieuce in mercantile affairs. will find very convenient, are Coffee :

17th Inst. semi.weekly mail i:e '\"irefill be to work: his.wa'i up as to extent of business.His j: This firm has shown itself very enterprising Roasters, Mincemeat Knives and Trays, Po-
I i and successful it sustained tatoe Mashers, Curd Presses! Bread Toasters,
restore*! on the Gainesville"anil Tampa; Hack irutitulusi! and reliability as to the notwithstanding a
liue bitwjiiu thij.pa-tf! auJ n.-" .ks iu the early part of last year by |\Tea-pojs and Rat Traps. Call and examine .

' MircIE1.-List uniiay! evcniug I by Rev. rendered him a great: favorite with buyers. the burning of its extensive cedar and saw these articles. 1 .

.7. J. the residence Besides doing a safe and rcuumerative\ -\. mill. A-jaiu, more recently, another mishap
Sealr. nt '>f Mr. PhiiliiiCblHiu. i tit ir We often hear :it remarked that wood
tfil'ri.; .| s father, ,'In. CJijo. N. BexJAMIX noos Merchandising, the Col. huXo.. 1 w a* encountered in (the blowing; out of the rots very soon in Florida. Now this assertion I. X. L Feed Mills i Tanks, Rubber Hose, ,
; end of the boiler that the machin-
tl'll I'3Iii Lsrriv MAY COLLIX-S: all COPJK.T bottomed :bchoouer: the Delia, which steam ruu cannot be substantiated by the facts, for

CI f t.u! vicinity, hI[ keel's pretty generally: employed in thecoa.L11jSC j cr '. Au extensive building is now nearing we,know of houses: of considerable dimensions Water Pipes Points 'etc. etc. .. -
completion erected on the site of the burnedone
trade. 1 ,
..R ram: Barbed \\lrnfaieing is becoming; i built over thirty years ago, which have I been .
and 1 their mills are in full blast. The > .
Next thii t, as to priority, is "
ou moved distance'in the last few .r-
_ quite common in the vicinity Tampa. The! 1 some years. .. "
mills ra situated on the bauk of the river, and Sub-Agents wanted in each county to whom liberal discounts K
runt of the v.r2 to altjut 0:1 i cent a foot, de- I Mi:, tloiix JACK-OX: : As an instance of this we mention the -
: may "t"
,
the &c. send for circlars.BENJAMIN .
j, store :at the corner of Franklin aud Lafayette will be given. For i Prices, term, stamp
'- llvi-fed here. who began' bu:ill &5'C believe, in 1647.livlore streets. old store of Kennedy & Darling. : & PARCELL, Tampa Fl:

:r C;; Pa-s> ig (rum L'edar.Ktn**..-1'hillip Dzialyn-ki and was engaged; for a year or M in surveying j'j : SUDDEN DEATH.-Mr. W. J. Ott living

" daughter; G. J:*}). Izklvn, Miss i T Burk- guvrruuiviit !lauds. ,By the time the war late of Memphis, Tenn.. began business this with a Mr. Hutchiuson, 4 miles up the river, MCDONOUGH & BALLANTYNE

ham,. )[rs:., Prcvatt, J. F. June, Martin I jouitucuccd between the Nurtlt and the South I spring a year ago; on the corner of Washington was found lying dead! iu the door on the return ,
Fury. Mr. Jackson 'had sumx-ded in'CstabiLthing: a and Tampa streets. So far he has shown of Mr..Hutchiu on from town lost!! Tues-
bjiiuea. I himself competent' bu-ine-s rain and a most IRON AND BRASS.. FOUNDERS; .
tolerably I cxtcusiw :and quite prosperous day night. Justice J. W. Campbell, acting
t&T Tha Steamee Cochran had to be
put i citizcu. lie deals iu
tulUmuL'l. the worthy principally viewed the remains
gro-
% Having : : > again on coroner, Wednesday
on th? marine: railway yesterday in coneA -
shoe close of the w;:.r, )[r. J. has dour very wdl, : eerie:; etc. morning, and being satisfied that death had MACHINISTS AND PATTERN R7AlC' jS}
her
, of having 1 Jugs from hera1ernpost ,
J qucnce got ho is of the oi 'i' Mr.. \,-. 1' lIr.M Co. resulted from violence the .
aud to-day our largest, uwneis : >i.i:'''ox t not at hands of
her last the The
trip to ,
oa Keys
a real estate it laaiu.; Ile :,u.1 Mr. I'neOtle, I ('tIU1UC'IH'l\l l iiurchaadi-ing at their any one, did not deem an inquest necessary! : -
dl.nugTin b.s ru ,:tire I in :i day or 5/). ; present I' Cor. East Broad and Liberty Streets
the ici.t; oa the list, own a lumber :\\-unll ,: stand h.'alot' Lafayttte !street, lost fall. and had the body interred. ,
tISW'co url the wire the other day to pa- situated oa the river a little 1J \'onJ the corjionite Ir.1'.. 1'. llendersitii'; i is the younger; brotherof 1 NEAR ATLANTIC AND GULF RAILROAD DEPOT
titer the local fnun Ft. Meads. and here Iiir The Ladies Memorial
Soc .
t mlr > lituUa. lu bu. hu>s trun-actious, Mr. Mr.: ".111. B. and Hon. John A. Hender! 'tako
? ia the ro-.uh: "nzith'uJi.11I1} "' Mitchell 1 are J. ia uoU-d: !lor his fair dealing. lit- tine : Mr. W. I*. II. has all the qualifications for I;II great; pleasure in informing the pu that -
GAMANUFACTTJRERS
:i = wiling! the rhcnj} est pjtv;;'
'asset )old ia }'l l.rida"t: MITCHnu.7d5ssTilli .. streets.MK.C. ; I east and contiguous to the Tampa C etery,
Washington and doubt
j wan, we not but that l his wdl!! "
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r i- <' and ftlancbo, daughtersof : : and I aud are offering for sale burial lots 20 feetsquare OF.
; L..F 'EIELE: known uucrpruc:e : ouiiie ;:3 integrity" will :
James :\MrKar>f in with 5 feet apart for. 810.00 each. Good .
Capt. : iiisurchim MILLSIFAs
1 comp my settled iu Tampa and "nucnced business in j I: :: a successful career. SUGAR
,- their father on last Tuesday"* steamer for titles guaranteed. Those desiring to pur-
,?. 134 and has met wits fair_ .share of success I j| Mix; 115. HAYX-WORTH x CANNING: ,
Gainesville on n visit to the family of Capt. I' chasQ will please apply to Mrs. H. PrO eu .
e"c This. E. EllY'c hope they will have a Like the other pTits; helve a greatloser i ii 1 is another new firm stalled lat fall onYa.tb.- Miss CORDELIA JACKSON,

time. i by the w. and in company with !I i ington street. Their} business is almost: exclusively Mrs. H. CRANE, Secretary. .. .
"_ ; 'pleasant, i Messrs i". A.: Clarke and J. 11. Krauze, had.: : confined to trade in Tinware. stoves I President. Mrs. H. PROSECS, AND

( '_. :.s.. Wo" call attention t II "Nnminors"z I the plea ure. ((1!) of bpeudiug! ; almost a year ou : and other articles pertaining to the cuisiue.I i iI Treasure:.
nimumeation which Democrats will find
a$ ''I Ship IsUud as a prisoner of war towards the I I B',tli being first class Tinsmiths! they manufacture :
common sense as an egjr Is full of close of that c"Cutful.riQ1.. Mr. F. is PI.
a t hemselve-pretty much all of the : Ita- Mr. R. Mugge-a first class jewellercan
w A''tbPawn with personal ambition except native of Germany and having cad to Florida tinware which: they offer for sale.! In respectof be found at his residence, where he Gt {
t Lei is in accord with the will of the
".' peo- and located at Newnau-vil! during the quality "fth-ir gtio-l buyers ncx-d have will do good honest work in his line on the "

'liT a'ir-., .-- -. Bd i is the true ,Democratic doctrine. Seminole war following the outbreak of IsUli; : no fear of imposition. most reasonable terms. June 26th, tf. OF ALL SIZES, AND SOLD AT LOWEST MARKET PRICES, WARRANTEDFOR I
: e : t mire three of wad in familiar: with
: are .owners youuij he uot loug becoming > >:
I Mi.1.1'1 Guv:NT, ONE YEAR. ;; J
r '"LL'rove5i. on Tampa Bay who :are slight- I frontier life ou a hostile' ludiau border luthijte 1 BUSINESS CARDS. ..)

,, ,. 11... ..d .over the world, so to speak, as II,. early dare whtu ludiau raids aud massacres eoranin"esl Ini-ino- Tampa :since the war, ....-ALSO ...
.. ,v-= !i and has hail l fair share of trade.
U in China another in the South always a
,1. S m I were hot unfrcquent, Mr. F., who is E tnIliHlcd in 1848. '
I J. .' ; lt" and f, and the third is in Alaska. Mr. < naturally of a nervous temperament mteuuudci His :ttore: is min; the corner of Madison and ... .. Iron Fronts fc' Stores and Dwellings, .'

.':..\ 4Z:. d Brown i3 i the agent for thoe gentlcricu, I went va good deal ot* "scare" when Morgantretta.. C. FRIEBELE

I, : .'..:"aval Officers. I! travelling from one i point to another, as he : MIL 11". .HILLIVRP, BRACKETS VERANDAHS

(iE ..' 's Let us all become devott-es of Hygiea felicitously expressed himself to us iu relat- ;i has: been doing on a small butVUcct-ssful scale ,

.';f '. ;..... .,..tJ!l!:< ./'e.the expense of doctors bills and iug once his dtbut and early life iu the aiate. for the 1 last six years: ,, a very ;goal: business Wliolestile & RetailDEALER Lots.' '
Ff.i"t--! .I .,," Mr.: F. is one of our most' reliable merchants, ou the corner of Franklin and Twig streets. IN Iron Railing for Garden or Cemetery -

.: :. : ;,r.:; 'b'A: Mr. Creo. E. K ;.egad of' Fort Scott, and his uevr and elegant btore erected I last | )In. ".'1. M. CATIU-\KT. ', ... '

i ,, _. set', *sas, and another gentleman are over in ye' +,u the place of the old one on the cor- f, opened a very neat little.store lat year on Assorted Merchandise. Orders for Brass ;and! Iron Casting Promptly Attended to.

f': '_"y-. :r' .Cleat Water section prospecting. They ue"of Washmgwu and Franklin streets, attests 1! the corner of Franklin and 1 Madison streets. .. X

s ; f-r.} *v ,vita all the way);from Fort Scott by private I{I the prosperity of his business. Mr. ; He deals principally iu groceries, canned [Corner Franklin A Washington Street,] HAVE ALSO FOR SALE ,

\:! '* *. \"eyanCeJ-t'\'d" insole teams. Mr. Kin;- I Friebele is too writ known in this and the 1 fruit, ":\11\1 ice, tijara-nf the latter we are TAMPA,FLA.

''t : :- : cade has been a Subscriber for the TRIBCXE II adjoining counties:! as au upright; and worthybusinessman able to vouch for; their superior quality, MCCARTHY COTTON GINS

i. i- ;t for sometinfe. i to require any coiumeudatious I though trust that he will appreciate the imI 1 1 Makes a New Departure ,

.. -J yfe learn from Hon. II. T. L-ekes, of from us. I IMR. i I II i I! portauce of enabling us to do as! much' for AND AGENTS FOR
E. A. CLARKE
y o was in town the latter part of I |' him every day.JIr..1.11'. 'VITti' I IXew
r1 It, that the County Gommisionl l: started in business. here in 165.J; : when quite a'i\I CAMPBELL; Eclipse Portable & Stationary Steam Engines

Njv had i&jued calls for bids to young man, posseting; at the time but I
keeps a small stock of select the Store and ATe\v Goods.vEIt1'
groceries on
I small capital besides his integritlUd business i.i i. .
house BrooksvilJe. The
at Governor
j corner of Franklin and Lafayette: treets.j And Shies ; Company.CALL : .
t i When the war came ou he j
-yT rt vL ion of that county is also capacity. j Tampa has two dealers: in )Millinery goods, : BODY that doe their Trading in Tampa -
had well established and was doing a t OR SEND US YOUR ORDERS.
I gut i Mrs. Cook and Mrs. Muggee. Mrs Cook's .14 is invited to call and be improved with the

oat stringent and rigid, sani- I good business. In its disastrous r ultS)1e 1 establishment is: on Franklin, between Lafayette uuieniable\ fact, that for the Fall' and Winter bu i011".1 i- Tampa, May 12, 77. lyi- ,
Y shared the fate of tae other business mien of han the mat complete, cheapest and bert .
t t rovided the health ordi- \ !t and M-idison streets. Mrs. Muggee'splace -- -- -- --- ----
P iy Good the of the
I the and at its close had to begin a-new. Stock of applicable to want peoplr
t carried out"without delay, we ] place, i is on Marion, between Jackson and La- which I pro],o+e to offer :at .such price u will JR
I I Ou relieved as a prisoner of war from : WHALTON W. D. CASH
< complain. |! being 1 fayette streets. We have heard both estab- give entire satisfaction, to Ml who may favor m. .J. ,
downfall of the Confederacy
Ship bland, on the 'I I with their MT Stock U and -
large carefully
raber sawmill of Messrs. Jack- j !1 lishmeuts spoken of iu commendatory terms patronage. .
!' hi health was for a considerable time in m-lrt-ted of almost and
: :. le finds steady employment in 1 by those familiar with the class) of goods they I I consisting anything Auctioneer
"' |1! a"very precarious condition, but eventually even tiling l11'ualluilDiI iu a fiat clan well regulated ATiotioxieerx ,
demand for lumber for home '! \\asregainetU\ Asa merchant he was from r"cyxctiely] keep. I i !'WrY. and I prt>)ear to Rive i IIucllllatl.&ctlon in
is ,.,, ft a email mill, under the at- ;' the fortunate iu tho 1 confidence We have three Drug Stores, the oldest and 1111" dealing' a* will nu>vt with favor among the buy- NOTARY PUBLIC, CUSTOM HOUSECom'ission AND
'' '.uagement e of that able and compewt beginning lM.rssmuo largest; being; that of one of the oldest citizensof ing community. IVia't hesitate to L k i if there i i.*
s; of his customers, and this he has fully I anything eW would like to look at when YOU
South Florida Dr. 1Hrsnch.. Dr. you i
Mr. II. II. Hale, the amount ,
I
maintained d Mr. C. think with Merchant}
by unquestioned piobiiy. you have dyne trailing tue. Selling' BRO.BER Lann is loll
Vcrdier and Dr. Jensen each \
/6r daily cut averages fully 5,000 feet. ts a man of liberal and pr'tgrc.ihtcas and i opened a Drugstore pooN \ii tar Maine. and in making sale. I know ,
% A this rate the demand for lumber exAbe is of fairhare of public spirit. within tho last two year, and both are that u".i" ing them !ie. part of my bu.'ineiw'. "
possessed a AND
supply; and it Is hoped that the !1 His place of business i is the corner of \Vash- r''ll inb, we believe, a very; good business in : If You don't see what you want ask for it, DEALER IN -

r rving owners of the mill will enlarge it : and Mariou streets where his cu-tom- ( supplying a large extent of country with ,, and it will be shown with pleasure and with no ill Ship Chandlery, Grvcerie, j"rl..lcJitJ,
ington .
at the came time put up a door and NX.-U will, always find him agreeable and ac- : what the American t people. seem so fond of, fe*ling ifj-oudonot purchase t
1 actory. The need for these and a larger ems coiumodatiug.j physic.If: f to feel that it u: fkkaxurv to trade at my Paint, Oils, FuraitureStationery,cft. :;
supply of lumber is beginning to be seriously I we do say it ourselves and thereby lose More. \
L j come next: to the firm ofMILLKK KEY WEST :FLA. \
felt here. I something; to our claim of modesty, neveithe- Terms Cash. KEY WEST, FLA-

A HENDLU-OX: : 1I 1 less we will say that, taken altogether, we Corner Front & Diiral Street,
i'en onal attention sIts
Highot market prict- paid for Country Produce given toi Ample room
x i !p :wante.1 14rzA in the 3ingee Millioei has com line antly nod oa will hand'fill all order that I I whose busiuess takes a wide diversity of(: feel proud of o.ur business! men and citizens ("ornem.l CCt for storage. > Cabin MCM & Ship. Stores suppli at show .

l"'e10pity.-4dr. range,owing to the cnterpri-ini;spirit of thce; i ('nerlllud that socially and every othet :O-t(. C. FRIEBELE.. 'Rln'UE'lI:: : & ('0;, A. F..4 C, Tiff Notice
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_ Orange Culture Iu Florida- Is It likely ;NEW GOODS i iDEALER MILLER fc HENDERSON'S ?r-QLUMN. W. W. WALL &; co'S COLUMN.W.WWALL&Co. _MISCELLANEOUS. .' C. E.Architect. PARCELLp pe : :

: tto be overdone ..
;: John Miller. I W. B. Henderson "Think of your Head in tho Morning.'* -

r MOBBISON'S MILLS, FLL, May 10th.. ., & Contp ;\,

culture in Florida is Barber Saloon .
DOW
.Orange. engaging -
very general attention,and a few thoughts MILLER & HEJfDERSOff, UXDER MASONIC Jr tLL. Plans and Specif 7fl -
4 .
on tho subject may be interesting to pome-! of E. .. CLARKE: ,. .. -
readers SHAVING, SHAMPOOING HAIR CUTTING 1fl1J
: : many 'A'
Arl large majority of those -who come to AVUolcisale &: Retail Wholesale'and Retail would and DRESSING solicit in the hare LATEST of the STYLE.I Fumislied? i

Florida to make homes controlled inL pectfully public .
are INAssortecLMerchandise 1
CHAS.: A. llao\\:
ronage. ::13ti l PubIi '
; : great measure by the profit supposed! to arise Tampa, March 23. 6w.114t.1 ?; .

from orange culture. Of course the unsurpassed -, DEALERS IN Estimates 1Superintending ;'..,-T _;
5 winter climate and general healthfulness ,. '
II August Peterson ; ,.=:' .' : 1t
It of the State have the greatest influence DEALERS; IN ] ;. < 'J
Corweof Washington A Marion Streets, SPECIALTY.Loverly. '>-
N : -j
k in attracting! visitors and winter residents, but Assorted Merchandise e-. -:

E the culture the orange k the idea that predominates T.AP.A FLA_ Practical Painter ,: ...:1.i' .>. '\ J.;j
I in the minds of those who seek :
rural -
inform citizen of
LEAVE the
to Tampa 2
. homes in the Flowery State. I KEEPS CONSTANTLY IN STOCK FULL Receiving BEGS \"idnitY'th:1t: he i is now, prepared to do : .
If it be true that the immigrants to this .LINESDRSY I ForwardingAND PAINTING in all in branchei'-Houne, Si ilp1. Carriages Keep a : .' '
: PAINTS3.KO.13. -
State are generally tu in culture and Ornamental l'aintinGrnin1Dg andhaving PAINTS, : -
.:c engage ; orange DRY GOODS .. .
.
; the question naturally arises "Will not Paperhanging. practiced the trade for -
twenty year in Eurojie and America lie engage! t. --- : i
the business be overdone and the GOODS .
: orange ; price to execute all hill work with neatneiw. and accuracy. Furnhurujgyd: hammock land of Polk
T: of fruit become so low as to render orange .1 i N. B. Graining; Sign i and Ornamental Painting a torerramesj.0 ; 7 j -

:.' culture unprofitable t" This i* a very important Ladies Gentlemen and Children's' Hats Commission Merchants "specialty.Vork.lo1i' in Marouic Building. r May lUlu/alily-M any fanner couldWM. _. 1 f

4-:: : ? question to those who' are now and Tampa' I) 'l'. 1-1, '77. lyr. ; :cTfiiuvut: it is too good for fruit, or e .

I will be engaged in the business, and its correct Groceries Provisions I p" 4 to possess the constitutent ;

1 solution would be valuable information. Boots, Shoes & Hosiery -TAMPA, FLA. HoFor! Tampa 13ayl! Mary for fruit to thrive on. I; I t

I r On this subject, like. all others, there is a diversity I J

opinion even among those supposed GentUen's' Clotting and Underwear, -o- Orange Grove Hotel T .cotton, etc., will do extreme- :
: to be wise in the matter. j fnqvrith good cultivation, ndI ; J Ji

The writer is engaged in the culture of this HANDKERCIIEIF'S RIBBONS, LACES, Hats And Caps, TA PA, FLORIDA, I i T I Ml.I J** *little8 yield cauTTT1LL be ob- 4 t t-: !
.
I fruit on a email!: I scale, has some experience in OUR STOCK HAS BEES SELECTED WITh If. L. CRANE CO., rrojtrietors.HAS It? a handsome profit. There f 1

the business and isacqualutedwith_ the!! din"- !Notions and Stationer ';. \ UEGAIW TO TIlE W.D; OF I land in ,
1.fLng
p erent soils of East and parts South Florida, THIS SECTION. .\XI> TI1.U. WHO 1..1 '\\I. t.0.,: been thoroughly renovated and i i" now open I l llilbOOrough. '
I WITH THEIR ti JADE"XXDCOX"FibENCE. the reception of Northern \ "iwnl. : and Hdlinsjood, but Hillaborouch theSTEADS :
in of on : ;
Contorting CALICOES GINGHAMS
from this knowledge has come to the conclusion part I :Boots S"lOeS
: that the culture of the orange in Florida I DELAINES, LAWNS, MUSLINS, JACONETSBEREGES the For articles the information w e keep. of all we enumerate a few of nii
: EDGINGS, CHECKS, DENIMS, locality ill particularly recommended
will not be overdone at least in the next gen DRILLS, SHIRTINGS. SHEETINGS; STRIPES, for Invalid as a resort adjoining nolk.] Hillsborough soil can -
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eration. HICKORIES, OSNABURGS, JEANS: COTTON- COflStRiltly 011 Ilancl retired. S. butPROSPECTUS.. good feUjto '
No pains will be spared to make Guc feel at -. -
L It is read of ADES iRISh f DR.X & P.TS !t.
to COL-
very common orange groves LINENS, home and comfortable. ----- -- -
the second with budded L.\RS. CUFF, NECKTIES, SUSPENIE1L': For Sale and offer ... :
bearing them and .
year fctumps we all other in, oui Goods Tampa, Fla., Nov., 17th 1877. Cm _-_-. __
SI'US AM) SPOOL THUE.\l:5.: 1'INS NEE- Furnishing ::- cc
aud at f five years with seedlings, and it maybe Stock at the lowest figures such Goods can be ..old in ,
DLES, BRAID, in variety, JET SETTS, BEADS this plact. In f
r true in ccrnparatfvely few instances, and and FANS. TAMPA HOTEL. THE MORNING NEWS 'J .f
i itis the fashion to thousand f
count on one oranges .
: as the annual average per tree;' and. Letter, Me;, Bill and Cap Paper,; i DRY GOODS Hardware Tin & Crockei' varc, SAVANNAH GA. .

t : further the idea haj prevailed to a great extent ::-.. Copy Books, Selling Bonk*, Pocket and Memorandum r1'uflhiu, U'loi-ida. ;"!. .
; that nearly.all the lauds in Hat and Book", IViu :and Inks. We have good Line of .. .. .;; .. -, ,

South Florida.were adapted to crange culture. Toilet -ppliances etc., Lalies /THUS HOUSE HAVING been nla '{ed and :.
Dress Goods and Fancy Calicoes .I
JL
-. refurnL-hed u now ready for the recvptio on :

-: With such dat.a..8, the above for premises, Such a* Combs:, Soaps, Extract: Powder and Perfumery DOMESTIC GOODS;;, both Northern and Southern Motions and Stationery, (ftll"'t. :!

.- it would j>e easy to reach the conclusion that &c. ": Manufacture.A .. Location-High, Dry andPleasant.

the orauge product of this Jjtat3 would: soon: Cutlery &c., Furniture Oils & Paints Umbrellas Parasols Tables supplied! with the best. .
be demand. Full Line ,
: in excess of the But if is not of HOSIERY, tables
in connection with tho House.
Including Pocket and,Table Knives and Forks, Razors -
toreason/rum .the data above mentioned. Shears Scizzors Ac.HarcVvva D. ISAAC CI'FT.gent
NOTIONS in' this
: 4 Department of almost
To construct an orange grove that will average everyvariety Tampa March :2d: lyIleriiiiaii
re,.Hollow-ware Hollowware and Willowware,
-'r annually per tr e one thousand oranges ,
Nails, Crocktry, Wood and Tin-Ware Chairs &:..
is: a matter involving'considerable time, much of all description to suit this} marketA Jeans Cassimeres & Cottonades for Men's( wear AVeissbrotld) (
,
libor, directed by a knowledge of (he bua- ,
and suitable location. It 'Lj far from FULL LINE OF S..i\. :I> T> :L JE JR
ness a : From which the nu..t fastidious always find gome- Saddlery and Farming Implements, .. ,
bein that the lands of East and SouthFlonda ,
# ri true thing to pliaae. Of aBeadyMade .
Harrness Maker &c.'
It1 are all suited to orange culture. Groceries Provisions, Upholsterer

Yet it Is true that hundred thousand TAMl'A, FL-V. I 't4 .. '
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many Clothing, sporting and Fishing Tackle, jsrn.cnirriox. .... .
.
: I acres embraced, the region mentioned are CORN: FLOUR, GlUTS MEAL[ RICE, BACON Can l loc found at the eornor of Miller & IIl'nler-1) .. I
r well suited to the business, except as to fertility SALT CANNED FRUITS and VEGETABLES, I For Men's wear, we offer a good range of Style,qual- Store, ready to do all kind of work in l'1J
and this} defect must be remedied by the : JELLIES.; PICKLES: BUTTER. CHEESE. SARDINES ity and price, and wo make it a j point to han themfit hi* line. Repairing! ;of Harm, :Saddles, &e. attended -, T; to.
w ;, CRACKERS, MUSTARD: and SPICES the taste of.the I'urchaser-and to complete the booking Stoves Stoneware 'Ac. &c.TAMPA to promptly. lie keeps on hand a Rood Mock | '
cultivator., This difficulty must be overcome KEROSENE PAINT OILS;, SMOKING and nuit, wo OIfer leather, !Saddle, Bridles, Buggy! lianu!, SaddleBags ; .. ... A
I
before the prosperous orange trove, yielding CHEWING TOBACCO SNUFF and CIGARS, of t Stirrups, fcirvinjle; Girths .&c.SCHEDULE Daily, 1 year.---.p.: $10 00 / i. ..
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:t: Annually the one thousand oranges per tree, various qualities and brand PIPES and TOBACCO I 6 month............................... ...... 5 00 '- I '.
\" can be tjiblished. Here is a restraining BOXES, and ali-o many: other article. Hats of the Latest Style; FLA., OF THE HACK LINE 3: mouth*.........."..................;.......... 250 \ 1. J
force every production constantly aud exlensively All of which he wi.he. to xll at the LOWES1 ..... Tri-AVetkly, 1 year.............:................. .- f. 00 1.I

'S acting on this class of laud which LIVING PRICES, for BETWEEN G month*.............................._ _3 0i f
-- CASH Approied COUNTRY PRODUCE And V :S niiintlii: ..............................- 1WwUy O ,;
constitutes! much .the larger part of all the or Tampa and Fort Meade: 1 ymr...-...................................._ 2 (.0 ,.. i
; lands well suited to the business; There are Being thankful for j Il3>'t, he will endeavor to merit .\ 1.1. OF THE ABOVE LINES: OF GOODS; .. fi 'month-\ ..................................... 1 CO t, .
: lands well adapted to the orangejthat: are very future favors by keeping up a FULL STOCK of Boots and Shoes, .L1... are kept constantly on hand, and for mlu' at (t'. I. P. HL al\1\"ld & (\>. have Parted a Hack:: :i; month".. .................................... (I() -
fertile'and for would need aoassistance i all such Goods a* are in demand in thi* market, the lowest living Price, for Line truui Ft. )i ita.lc: to Tampa' which depart and! i :.wl:l5t iii>tn ci-pie: M'r.t f eon I"-N.irt ofocvntr& ;-*. -

.: in direction many years from the husband: selling them a* LOW as he.can afford .them, and That combined the desirable quality of comfort and arrives reisctivCIy. i a* follow: Moneyan 1 lot' scat by l'c.-t ('!f.-c Order,
this paving strict attention to hi.* Lu$inem and the ,. Ix'nN'iFort Mtade Tue-Jay Morning[ and ] .
want durability-and al o the more dei-irable oneof hiding every llejri-teretl L'tttcr, or Ilxrrc-1: aJ nur ri-k.J. -
iL man, but the proportion of this i kind of lane of hi* cu 10ml'nI. Hi old cu tomer... and the public / the'deformities) of an ugly foot and making I arrives at Tampa on ,,\.IIlt..1ay" at noon. i II. 1-ISTILTj.

i email, and! generally this class of land has I generally, are invited to call and examine hi* handsome foot look more beautiful still. Leaves Tampa every Tlmr-day! morning aUlII' S.: : the objection of being heavily timbered, anel'' goods before l'urchD..ing elsewhere.Ab Cash or Country UProduoo. arrive at Ft. Meade every: FriJay eveninij. -- - -- < %
[fIle Five Dollars the fare fur a single pa.* cu<*er and : aTThiM
difficult bring into immediate cultivation, Charge for sliowlng Good '

and besides much of it is situated uufavora OUR STOCK OF HARDWARE &c., Its Ibs.. of b.jj as e. _ -- .

; ble amidst: or on the margins of swamps Haynswortli & (Canning, We will pay the highest Market: Prices for Notice. 'i.
in that line from SUe
Cozniriesevrrything to a
which location mat its !
mar very rial'y pleasantness Cirindtone. ,
: as a home and hence here arises 'also DEALERS IXSTOVES. IT. S. LAND OFFU'i:, )
influence directed this cJJ.of We offer excellent BEDROOM FURNITURE; Gainl"\! !ill,', Fl.u; May ISth 1S.$. f
; an against : of IktUtead", Tables'if) } } Mand L
ton-h.ting !, \ *,
COTTOX I. HAVINCJ BEF.N; ENTERED:
land. I.I
Chairs i .\ InGroceries& COMPLAINT
:c. ..- bv Kivhnnl M.Vtll., of IlilUlionni
The time allowed for tha estab- .
: 1 generally !h ('t1mll Fla. for
HIDES :: :tpl 1 -.t Henry Young
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lishment of a grove bearing theonctlKnuant Provisions. ;>-I, dau,l
oranges: per tree annually, is too short. .l\JJy; February td.! lst li;; uixm the lot No. 4. Section 1.: .
\ one vbo can raise euch a grove within fifteen CEDAR Tow n-hip :'JO Nmth, Ran: e'!O lli-t in I lill-borough 7i

1 -J \ yeara.eKbuld be satisfied: with his success, for We always keep a full Stock, aa thi'i ia our PIICL"- County, Fla., with a iw i to the c.iiHtll.ilion of said .
LIAR I>EP.\UDIEXT.: : ORANGES entry ;; tho said j- -,
where 'Will succeed will fail to .
$ one 'many pcar mi tU> :i'! >ih day! nf June, l.! !.>; t.1 re*, oath and 4 -
In Stock will also be found
TIN & HABDWARE our always a good asortajcnt -f .v _
c reach Ihlt figure within that time. It is not ,. of lurni-h tc-timony cMittrningaM all%.-g; .d ahm.l..n-
pretended.that trees cannot be shown that ( POULTRY ment: L..r.'re11I, (.'. Brown: ,* l\, at his oilice in I .

will give this average at a much earlier age, -:0- Tampa, }la.
of considerable Tinware"Wood and Crockeryware, -' SUGAR J. A. LEE. Uejri.ter.
but there.are very t groves anyi ,
: Receiver.Tampa. .
JOHN VARNUM
? P extent in this State that "will give this A general as.-ortmcnt of tin and hardware of every With Bake Oven, Bake Pan, Pol, Heating and Jn..1.t 1S7S. lw : f.

yearly average per tree at any age, and now det -----
:__-_ -.aHt-takcs'coosiduable time a proper selection \!!. i-eivefl, dipper, match *afe water coolers, \Vc keep all kinds of Stationery in common use, \ t
j love p5pe$, lard came pE'l'l'er lxmi., potato graters, aho School: Ixn.ksand Blank Rook" Notice.S '
exercise of
t of location and the #
industry, peckticle eft"**, caku boxes,'idly mould*,dust pans, We are in coiuiuunic-ution with the J et dealers tc. &c. .
i% and all the better; accompanied with some toilet K.-U,clothes' sprinkler, Do\ercgjr beater,j patty North and :Nmth and are prepared' to mipplr at shIrt IX MONTHS[ after date I will present my accounts

ccush to establish a flouruftlny; grove-one pan., waffle iron, coffee mills, locomotive ad irons. notice, all kind of KO KS, in any quantity that may and I vouchers to the Hon. 1 E.: M. CSrahamCounty ;
; thousand annually p& ttec-we will recognize ;.nitef'\! water l>ot" oyrter chafing di.he;',. tea and be deired.In Judge uOl:1nllt'C: C"unlfor' a fiii'il fccttU- ld l-
other restraining influences against over cofiec canisters: fcherwood's breakfast carter arranging our bui.ine-<. we have not forgotten;:: Call in and examine our Stock. before purchasingelxewlu nn-nt of the estate William! l'rltt.n deed and a.-k
that the }>hyt>icial }K>wers of man Miiintinu'K iiuin-< .re. to l I.e discharged therefrom. ,;>.:-.
fri# production. vButlhere refnt-lmieiH mitt this, want we have pru\idcil! a II. 1-:. Cult"n.g ,
t.i4 are many hundred thousand Roofing and Cuttering Saloon on the river, known asTlic .\ nt fur II. A. Carlton, :Att'v in fact. : "

i)1r acres of land in the State well suited to the '" Nothill[ C&argeil for siowing onr Goods XU\". !-Ith, 1&77- "
----iNotice------ -- ---
t1j :: business, aiid there is'a general feeling that "T 0 U V R J ,

there is money in it, and a strong current of : Done[ to Order, and all work WAUUANTED. of Discharge. _: ,F (. it.I .>..

&tJc mind and muscle, directed to this Call and examine our Htock of Quality of Goods and Prices Guaranteed. ,
money Which i is furni-ht."l with! a Bar of the best MONTHS( FROM l I DATE the undesigned; f'?
L business which, current seems to increase it SIX ,
,
COOKING .AXn WARMING: STOVES \ -tmor of the) e-tite if JoiUh Gates. deceaHd. -
is therefore very reasonable that the production Liquors' and Cigars W. W. WALL A CO. late of M[.inatee county. will prcM-nt. lila sccountt I I, I : ,_( fa

i of this fruit in Florida in the next thirty OK ALL SIZES AND 1'ATKRytS. Tampa, Mare) 2 H76. ly awl \"I'II..t.t'r.. to the ('..unh' Jud::e of ;said ,. I I j'I

,. years will be very great. It may be thirty TJX WdKE REPAIRED SHORT A BILLIARD ROOM and TEN-PIN ALLEY, c .nnty fJrt: final M.ttK-nunt. antI di-tharge from I -"J:

I i i,. times as much as present ; it may be more. XOT1CE. where leisure can enjoy itself in the way .it likes Notice to Shippers Raid :;.Imini-tmtor--hii') I / )' "t .'t.. .
E.F.: .
best and all will be I GATIlSAdm'r.Manatee :
where wants
is of the writer-that the yroiuptly supplied F
the
Yet it
i-- .r opinion F(:.b. 16. 78-lf by that Prince of BarKeepers, May[ 1'ih, 1",,'. Gm -.1 ; J
:: demand will be ahead of the production.The --- - _._ I- # I -
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;.; present prices paid by the consumer T.LAWLER. Col. W. T. HASKINS.Fur In Circuit Court, tth Jiullrial Circuit / 4

i ; ., r.. would not however be maintained nor is it -('/ iJ 1'fo Qua.To of Florhla-Ilcruaiuiu County.: II
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\. '" 'necessary that'tbis price should'. be realized T"GEMMJMION 1I\I:1WI.l.\e ll, )) ,- -
\ f.r to make orange culture profitable. Before MERCHANT, meet the Tranpj>ortation demands of our trade v"*, }) lIinJ'l'l' 4 I '

: : 'r the business reaches near the extent above we \' aSxhooner called the GEt W. DILL, CYNTHIA MAUND, j -

I'' .t intimated the facilities of transportation will that runs regularly TT APPEARING: : TO THE COlRT that the de-
75, 77, 79, 81 and 83 PCTEBS STREET, (Late New HAVING LEASEITIIEL.tTiGEANP COM- ..1. fenthint Cjmhia M.tund.: r--ide without thin! p -
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I : be much increased ; the cost of freight and WAREHOUSE: at the foot of .
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l< handling between the producer and 'consumer Levee,) near Poydrus, New Orleans.For Between this Point and NEW ORLEANS, Circuit Florida, ;but it i in* ordered the County that of she Walton appear and-tlemur:State or oi S .j-I t

p": ;. greatly reduced ; the delicIousness of )---, answer the bill filed in raid caue, according to the _____.________-___ ,
I'11 'the fruit, combined with its cheapness, will And are in close connection with the steamers T'alley term of the Statue in such ca".... made and provided 1 ..

:\ tempt. the national pilate, and scarcely any the sale of northern and western produce, City and! Lmilie and with esteniveVlmrvcs i JJw4h IJlUlon Street, or judgment pi-o-tunft4do will l I.e renderedagainst Miller & lIcnJel'\oOr;Sole Agent Tampa Fla. I :..

.in.this broad loud will be so poor or live in a AGOODgCrrLYOFTHE: FOLLOWIO ARTICLES her. % -

;,: corner so obscaro> '. as to be -ileprii'ed of- the ALWAYS HAND: \ : and Warehouses]! We are now prepared to receive and put'in store all It in is the further l'sLAsn onlerctl TRlBfXEa, That tin,new-pqicr order: W? publihel publi-li- --;- 3lareh 1. -

luxury of this queen of fruity, and hence the. articles of merchandise shipped} to our care. ed! in Tampa} for the space of two month- ; DR. TiSL- .. /

F demand will ue correspondingly as great a.tbe *-- We are enabled to offer to patrons the l>e-.t facilities H. L. MITCHELL, Judge, !I .
production. The Florida orange, when PORK, BACON* LARD at the smallest expense. We fohallcontinue to furnish A '. 6th Circuit of Florida. DID: No.12 N.Eighth SX i '
St.Louis. Mo. 1 ,
March 1i abundant enough, will not only drive foreign i. Who baa kid I rteipvi.n ta the .-ranmt of UM -r .
f true extract from .the )Minnteo ,u1l&l trobk.oath Ml*and*m ae Ihu.,nr pb 0' '
from the United State but will\ find CORN OATS I t 4
oranges l. FLOUR, J. bo 15* w ; r" the multi of hi. lone t-e.. in.ftaBoctJCt t
-A.1ST3D LAW
CORN" FLOUR C. Clerk. .._ .
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A.market in h
This is based;
Europe prediction May[ ISth, 1S7S. 2m:!
We will also Keep on hand a large Stock of Tho PHYSIOLOCY OF MARRlACC .
its admitted this ..ANDCOMMISSIONS i is I I
on superiority. Taking AT FREIGHT -
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BRAN, HAY, CORN MEAL, --- ThOPRIVATEMEIHCALADVIIER I ; 't .
.view.of the x AT ACTUAL COs: :;>T-to the full extent wc can Booki that ar..e.ny.B.Urr.'t,1_\m <:
ia FLOUR .
11: ; .. ; subject, your correspondent raise the means to pay, the Produce: market being Notice ,: b...pnt..n.nc... <__ sad W----t."' ;.. -- '
: .. fully of the opinion that orange .culture in based actual Ca..h. )Ian.wat1t..1 Ioij....fr.i&y Thy udtntood.WwUTbllj Th. two I Ui"J.book; 'ott t
upon{ .
POTATOES, ONIONS, BEANS, MONTHS(( after date I will *st. ..,.d- .-.w.I l___"
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F Florida will be profitable ta.all who manage We either buy or receheOn CORN, ;I Two, *and \.>uijior-: to the Hon.present Judge of"Pro my ac- .....r..oth..J.Ioata.o--n.,.hhetim..._._..18.bo.-bvead y ---!-

.and tie bate in and for HilM hlll"'hth (,'olln1Fla... for i ill ...a-fleDew _,,111..tie..,of n a1 auO -t 1 'f
.: -wisely hold out to end.-:F. .3f.., in DRIED FRUIT Etc. HAY an s-al. but u aomKhinir tta ,,.q-7 M. .U -1
Goni-iig-ii.in.en.t annual settlement of the _
I Estateof f ,\It'xanJt'r11. I..t.Ib. rirtt",0.17 tk have -
f: $atuinaLVew*. : MEAL I, deix)n. : ars.tej.. "faIth,_'....lIot. RftF ,.V .
-()- I of Iti and tw w_ bo. -I r' -
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A : 1r All the productn of the Country for which we can J. M. MeCLUNO, Adm'r. I the lMl.'Jo.m_a, 01. tier Ia .1Og ---
Cub Advanced all Consignment(Not Perishable.) lo-'rtfl L -
She DIdnft8care.A on find a market, here or elsewhereWe : GRITS Tampa, May 11th, 1s78. 8wAdministrator's rortu rBirtx-0 da. s.t k rom "
; thank friends for their ------- boUita 1I1t.s ta OM voliunc..(..I.;.to....etothnoiipt l .. ," '
,, boy being disappointed other day in our Patronage and ezb. & -.l. 'I i $
7' Orders SoKrttcd and of priot la -,.. OS, <;J
Respectfully filled aloweit BKMxy orTW
'" that mutual iuteieot ill '
'f feeling a : tSe true germs of Notice. I i
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:- ;e ... : laaklng a sale of tinware to a woman mut market; pricct. trade, ue have thought it right to yield a good part POTATOES, ......, of... n9 A -

: .. tered something which excited.her: iudigna: Tampa June IOtb7LHenry. d.I of our profit to the eonsuuier-ho; bear all the A LL PEK: :>ONS having demands against the : TIADt Bar ham's I" tc., \

tion, and give 'him a great big piece of her burden. Our Clerks are attentive and we invite all OATS .L X Estate of William W. Wall, d -ceased, willpresent .i
; who have to buy to call and look at our !Stock, andwe them duly authtnticatcd to the undersigned" PILE OL- (

t4; mind. Li jawing back be said: "Your Brumick, promise that we will clitt-i: fully show you our SALT, .ithin the time ril't..1 l by law or this notice J M.avd. h
l'r
e husband ought to be arrested for working en Good and not take the least \obt..ad3 if you chould will be plead in of their recovery and U.OM* indebted k-blal'o:ICvtCl.Il I'. c.
happen not to buy our whole Stock on your tii>; to saul Estate will make immediate: ncttleC.K. t', MARI + Is-....- I '1I t
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? Sunday.t"! ;! visit.fca RICE, Ac. m nt. WALL I -r'>. ;... a ::II _. .". .t'PI6oe. ..1.

**Working on Sunday-come: here, bub! It *'e might be misunderstood in consc- J- l: LIl-SCOMn.: I --- -LW"M"4'. .-4 '
: -L.\ qiu-iiiv of our.fair way of speaking,as to terms!, wu Tampa: May 11th, 1878. Sw I Ailministratow. !! ,I 'lit
- I ,' "Now. bub, if you'll prove that my husband offer our customer.<, we nay once for all, that we can --- ---- R :n2wEtj1!! '.
\\11ich we will ell at rreatlv reduce! rates, bWholesale. > > aureOv Cure .' ;--1
-n'N'.worked on Sunday or any other day in buy only for Ca.-h or equivalent, we expect .Dlauod ao4 DIll. ; -,
Valuable Place for Sale treiIoq Of2er.: .. ,
Any Drug "' ba the tng .
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: f /1'.01. Addrqm .... .if
: dollar. W.
,weekaTll give & I've livedt .I4CU'II.'U.a :
; you Boot and Shoe Maker \
.. Cash or Equivalents/ LIUEIULD' .\: CES made ,on all Conrignmenf Containing; 160 acres of good pine lantl with SX :: IIetisa.a.l. '. -
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with him for twenty yean, and I have alvsys I f ,:: ; ,.
entruste l to our care. oranges trees--:2lH) of which l M. ,
If: tREBY notifies the that he are now hearing for .
; ,'.(... nad to.buy-even his whiskey and tobac- Jt-i. hand an atwortment of public excellent leather keeps and on When we oell our Goods. Credit being the ground f8,000, or the same place with 160 acres additional l O..p"'U.'S'M., TbeOrISlnal..t..t.CCIIIL. ................r..r. _.: .

--: t-j ',: and Dow if he has gone to.work I want to u prepared to do neat work at fair sill of HIGH PRICES: ;, C'llC'Ctfullr. for $10,000. This place is located J in the Clear __ 0,18.'t..nak4u E..U...;,......C.1Iq.,i4. '....
W. W. WALL & CO. Water section, 2 miles from II iv View on OM Tampa :
i-: : iwrwit.' / jinceu..Jackaca'a. Corner IUboJt&Dtand: WE SELL For' C. SBC. Tamp: March 2d; 1876 17 and 41 miles from Clear Water bluff.! It i is elevated I W.I"Jot.. ..(h..f3tnt7... Yt't'lOll la&f'oot.n..ol.o..aUooa....... Pi

iir -Bonn backed off witnout another wojL' 1 I J uJ/ 28,'77 lyr. Tampa, M. rrh ?.. 1 W. I y Subscribe for TilE SUVLAXD TRlBt E. and healthy. For particulars apply-12: -at tf.thwoffice. ... ...IIC. : I ji '

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