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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 15, 1878
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tampa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hillsborough County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hillsborough -- Tampa
Coordinates: 27.970898 x -82.46464 ( Place of Publication )
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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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Succeeded by: Tampa tribune (Tampa, Fla. : 1885)

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,a., 'EVERY 6 1TUIia COMMERCIAL CARDS &c. PLAYED OUT PR.1 I Read J. P.before'WALL.the] Fruit Grower, Association, by xsts I placed stiff poles and checkered them table to it. The good hammock land of Polk .;

:PUBL : uSSxY sic: -\ JACOB Hoax, Arcvsrca Pies off at right angles with light lathing-dist- is of as pure a quality as! any fanner. could. .- '
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OFVnrrma\ SiTJkEET8. The IMne-Applc. -
; : FFICE, RICE BORNC.O. YES ance apart from twelve to eighteen inches. wish to possess, but it is too good for fruit, ort : ,
.' f ., GENTLEMEN :-Tbo plant which I have
On this scaffolding] I rice straw does not to the constituted )
put or rye seem possess
That i is just what's the Matter with Thousand of undertaken to discuss this is -r
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.7 --r---- _SINO BATES.rl : evening n purelytropical and in the absence of either of those materials qualities necessary for fruit to thrive on. ;
l ... .r _AD. 0. I 3 MOo I 6 Mo. Importers and Dealers in PIANOS & ORGANSScattered one of America. It is found wild in I ucd l the a t '
Core will do )
.- gray moss. My Pine-apple oats, cane, cotton, etc., extremely .
1\o&JIoI1' $a alOL! sandy maratitue districts in the northeast of I. ) ,
the Soutli; that children '
throughout are was ]located iu the northwest of well it and with cultivation
1 Vts fia $2.5- FOREIGN', D01ESTIC.\ND COUNTRY square corner on good neither -
dailv forced to practice, reganlletwof the fact that South,America, but it has been much .
very
I S I t\U 115 541tl -. neither pleasure nor progress' can l begot from an antiquated my! garden, the paling fence being a barrier too much or too little, a yield can be ob- ; r
iW. "" tar.ine. changed cultivation. It has also been
'.. ..Inch'in 5A ;! worn out relic of the! days when their by against the cold north and'w winds blowing tamed that will net a handsome profit. 'Thereare
mothers "took runic." If and subtropical ...
HA.RDW A'BE you graduallydiffused over tropical
Ue1tt will charged at 5 underneath the scaffolding. I think it tracts of farming land, in Hillsborouga '
) Want Children to learn fastand countries, and l not only i as a cultivated -
lo.' by law. -.. .... your important that the plants should be protected hat are just as good butHillsborough on the j f, r
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for'"it
ioMirV l is naturalized in
Local uu ? AGRICULTURAL IM LEMENTSjBUILDERS' ; !come musicians, buythemelepunt! ; New Instruments plant, fully : against the north and west winds blowing whole, does not possess .so good a farming -l -
.. .. p Y eul1Cootn jUj jnercuanU raft, with the improvement!) of the rn..tJtagand \! many parts both, of Asia and Africa. The f
.. on them under the scaffolding.. it Polk. soil
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r '? may the and a+ettlemt will be surprised' at their rapid advancement. Possibly, country as Hillsborough canmise
..._ .. you first particular account of the PineApplewas 1
1"t ....1. .
: 1 may be of interest to state how I got my vegetables wEll, but good fertilization f
:',;., .a: ', _, HARDWARE, GRATES, &C., given by Oviedo in 1535 ;. and it-was in _'
," __ 1 GmtrutS, +1e uvith'ratcrex.nI3'lIUbject to Holland that it first,began to be cultivatedin start with the Pine-apple. I purchased two will be needed to make the yield large and ,, ':!i. i
:.change: every three noeth* and 0ettlem:nt* ac- Pine-apples and from around them obtained very profitable. 0.; u
CUTLERY; hot-houses. It introduced into England
was -
.jsotdinglr.jQbUoxrte: -' \ five l suckers which, with the two crowns, I Orange county seems to be a mixture of' 1 .
exceeding ten lines will be charged in the bud of the sevententh, century, }
-(dime'a.adve.t jementa.Adrertisenena .. planted, and out of the seven plants, succeeded everything.! There arespots of good farming I (

uwert4& lem than One Month, fl I ROIL NAILS AND HOLLO?,ARE, 'i+ y 1 t 1e and its cultivation rapidly became general in in getting five of them to live. I gave l lands, good fruit lands and good: lands< for .,.... ..
the gardens of the It is since .1
wealthy. only
per Square for first a.nd'i cento for each sulrtegnentun them the best attention I knew how for about but cannot
raising frogs! Orange county as a '- ,,
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+ertroa; the of 1815 that it has received similar
Ad rertl menU not'marked with the number of Tinnert1; StocJc, Took and M&dilnes, House : t peace three years before they commenced to form county compare with the other two. It is" t'1

lime vlU be inserted until forbid, and' charged ac- ,. 1 Fu.n uhiny Good, ,, =- attention in continental Europe. Speaking fruit. With the appearance of the fruit, or, more fiat, at least the portion I saw of i it, !i
; lit the language of the botanist this plant isknqwn '
; eotdInglf aar SPreIALltAT" to h"benJ.Advnwen. : l perhaps: a little earlier they threw out from and ponds;marshes and swamps are numerically \ : t
t T the saliva and
Ananqsa
( belong
as
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-- :;' n ? ._ the root from two to five suckers ; those, with strong. -::
TIN AND JAPAN WARE. to the natural order lJrontclia The
r T8BM3'OFl3UBt3CRIkTI0N: : e i u
-- the exception of one, I would immediatelyremove A system of drainage would give to Orange !
'Per. Ltmtunl; (in advance,) .- : 12.00 r fruit is a soroii'., formed by the calyces and ;' _
; N. Six Months,. _-' '- 1.00 and plant after the maturity of the some fine farming lauds, add fruit lands in :.i! '

,Eincle.f)>J'1t ..: '! :- .- uc, Sole, Agent.?, for the Celebrated bracts of a close spike of flowers, becoming fruit. A majority of those planted by --the abundance. HUUborough possesses its fine : : i t ;
*!A hoar Mark"on your wgnifiea that your succulent and combined, which i..i a distinctive -
paper middle of will fruit dur- is and accessories j;; i ir
term baa expired, and September produce sea coast, : magnificent bay :
; of( a cWripuon govern your- 'feature of the Ananasna. Tho JI
CHARTER I OAK STOVES genus
'.J.: ;'acltaocotdrngly",' jng the following year." that always come from the same. Polk poaBesses .. t
Pine-Apple has a number of long, serrated,
-- ,-.c.-; x- f inJ.llrwe will close by calling the attention its beautiful lakes'and unequalled scenery r t
'ROFl38IONAL Ea BUSINESS CAJftDS.B. sharp-pointed, rigid leaves, springing from <
_.. \ r J ': of the members of this Association to the ; and Orange has its portion of the St.: i iI ii it
s- -- 89 & 91 CAMP STREET the in the midst of which short flower-
x" root, a .
,
: : *' f ; Instrumentsfrom '
a L. MITCHELL: Superb large number of Pine-apples which my friend Johns river. : a
Bud reliable Makers sold stem is thrown bearing a single spike] of :
perfectly are now up
Branch House, CO7 Magazine StreetISTew Judge II. L. Crane, li cultivating in the in. Your readers may not appreciate the value .
'f V... Physician & Surgeon, !o extremely low and on such easy: terms that allcn.atiun I flowers, and therefore a single fruit. From .. e; ,
f can buy.JLTJDDEIST. i closure of the Orange Grove Hotel. There of Orange county's possession, the St. .......,
IT.MEADE.FLA.KOFFlCErln Orleans La
fruit
the summit of the springs a crown or
1 Mitchell'' they can now them in almost stageof Johns river. It is what has made it, what
?_ Drfalytwki! & *Storer' Tampa Florida, April 22nd 76 1 y. & BA.TES, tuft of small leaves: capable of becoming a every
; from the small those with has built it and what has wealth '
l SAVANNAH: GA., growth, plant to up, poured t
and used with the
: C. new plant, very generally "
f / Dr. F.; BRANCHPhysictan M.BROWN.1 the fr'uit' nearing maturation. A feI have into it. It is a means of connecting .them
I ; ( WITH >; The (treat Wholesale Piano and! 'Jrpan: dealer* of suckers springing, from the root, for propagating
, \ also i in own yard, planted on the south with the outside world, the means of trans- ,
t* -i & the South, now sell i ihftrmnent front all lead:ing in state of cultivation my ;
/. Druggist.A. as, a high perfect
R. WALTER & Co. Makers tUrvct to! jHin-hdiicr+, on the No Agent*, NoComnii4'ion side ot, and near, the dwelling. In this location porting the product to markets, aud a means ) ;
.-, Plan Manufacturer's 1'ri- seed i is almoat never produced. There '
T irIS'OLD STA XD.Benjamin : at Factory; they have passed 1 through two winters of landing visitors within their borders: Certainly '1
cv thereby ,giving: jHircln-or the large c innii- arc manyvarieties of the Pine-Apple in cultivation
) ucla 16a... Iv.. WHOLESALE MAXtTACTfSERS OK inert hcrt'tolim'p3id to A pent*. From ?;:,0<) to $IOU without other protection than that affordedby Hillsborough possesses Tampa,and its .. I, .

: 1! R. Di:' D. HI'N 3ctuallv.iavf l in the purchase of an instrument some of which have been referredby the surroundings. About last christmaswe line of steamers but Tampa bay is only at t \
14: C LOT Gxn It-rlhis} new *\'l$(-m. Write for particulars.1'e': some botanists to distinct species. nut
& can't IK undersold.. had a matured fruit, and there are now one spot, while the St. Johns runs all through .
: Physician Surgeon. 1 the number of varieties universally
greater are
: 7 Octave Piano*, $l3.i Stop Organ*, SaS: >>
others: in an advanced stage of growth. Orange, and for miles is a public highway to -"
2 D;IDEYCE.--Oat and
it-!.; pa, o*JVebAufa Area*'. 71 Octave 1'iano, 100 Stop: [ Organs.: 67; in"the more or less spiny surratures of the It strikes me, gentlemen, that these facts : it. Polk is without either : it possesses stores <

OFFICE.Corner of Franklin & Twigg* Streets, JOBBERS IN'CLOTHS AND CASSIMERES Gr.1Ddllal'e:: I'ianor,1781| 1 12 stop (Organ) 78 clearly demonstrate that Pineapples may be I of wealth, but it cannot develope them. (
Tamps, ]Fl la. Vol. 3, No.. 1-ly. MASON &, HAMLIN ORGANS leaves, the globular, cylindrical, or pyramidal .
cultivated with more success than any other Hillsborough, too, is the same, notwithstanding 4
"' 7 :Stoles!, $100. I i 9) Stops, !?IOC. form of the fruit, its size, &c. Great care 1
Dr. John 1'. \Vall, wholly tropical fruit ; and consequently: I its outlet at Tampa, for that cannot; obtain J
13altimoleMd.! is requisite} in the cultivation of the PineApple -
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Send f4J the North and be Su'imllffl., deem it of the highest importance that more the products of the'iuterior, as there are : : "
TalUloa,March 30. *7. lyr. ..... which, without it, is generally fibrous '
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T.MP.o'L.. attention should to it than it has of the the :
to
paid
bay.
Lit no means transporting same
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liv like ChiekeringSterk ,
a .' Not reputable! makers: Steinway, and coarse, with little sweetness and flavor ; .
OFFICE-In IJIock Kart of the Court Hotwc, JOIN IIAILG. '.y PHILII'rr. LAWTOX.ITAELE ,: Knal, but 1 by iMigu; Manufacturers: who hitherto received. < It seems a very peculiar fact that Orange' '1
wriwr'of Labyctje and Monroe Ktt tH. j advcrti-e 1KX)()Pianos f..rfr20;ti,:$::<;530 l'iaw: for$173; with it, one of the most delicate and richly r '
.
which does either Hillsbor-
_
: & LAWTOX, StllOOrganH:: for V:>.. iKt-cj.'tion iind Fraud are in all flavored of fruits. [From Axhtabula: (Ohio) Telegraph.] county, not equal
; o. .Ai. T N Mich.abMinl us
Let what the
Factors & Commission Merchants and reliable manufacturers like now sec are requisites as
always :
lands: at n price that is simply enormous to 1 .
ATTORNEY ATLAW i Chickering &: SFroa, Knal & Co., Halld Ha-ril! regards soil and meteorological conditions of Since writing my last I letter I have again '
Xorth Vommcrcittl Mathu hek Piano (' l Haines Dr,, ., Masonlin & Mani- the price obtained in the, two latter. .Land i;
AND Wharf, > 0", = : climate for its successful cultivation, 'that we been over this [portion of Florida. I have 't t
and you will have those that will li: '! a lifetime used for orange culture, with no crop or,bearing I t
SOLICITOR IN CHANCERY, Charleston S.Baggug /0. and please von better every ,la,'. may arrive. at the fact of the feasibility of its madp two trip., together equalling a distance ,

TAMPA FLA., ,, .; NO BOGUS Oil 1JEATTV: TRASH open-air cultivation in Florida. and especially of nearly: 500 miles. I think I urn somewhatin trees upon it, sells: for' more money per t

+ __'(](lice r In Fneiele ;Stairs. '. sold from our houae. The hkn' name*are on all this know the what acre than tlie city lots iu Tampa. It is simply
!, Building-Up I in latitude. The best soil is a rich position to country, it w
Liberal Advances madeon Instrument we.11 and full information
supplied
,
iu toouali- because of their of
TCUJOM; Irt! J878. #, 12-ly. Consignments of 'Xrttou:. Eke,'and other ty, durability and comparative' value willi.., cheerfully and rather andy loam, characteristics geuer- composed of atM what it U capable of. I ready means transpor .

.0, WALUAttorneys Ot."'. selection and HXIIIXfor them the iinot Ir.tmincnt .
: of and travel I
"W.ALL .d VJ'ILLIS; -- ,* f"r leat |possible price i i- our invariable nile wanting, arc readily ".),tainabl No\ great letters. :My\ journey was made up by two : possess:: a means transportation ., ;: kS I
vi
& Conuselorsat t Law nJFEm"c : and to this we owe our immense MIO.VSS and increasing amount of soil is, however necessary, as a trips. The first was from Tampa across'tothe once opening up their interiors, and connecting ; ',.
Gi BISKS & Co. trade. them to the outer world, and to" good I
I EDWIN BATES Co. considerable proportion of the nutriment .off St. John's river It certainly was not a "

r I AXDSOLICITOUS ix cHAXCEn, r, A. S. JOHNSTOX&, I'roMcut Bank of WHY ue .',111 M" K'HH'' ill-trUlllt'nt"I'I' cheap, I the plant is obtained frm,mesa the atmosphere, it propitious\ time for traveling and I congratulated markets they, would quickly build themselves .:'.t #
In-cau-H-'Ve 'Ja..1l1c 1 Valor)
: are snot full of and full of ,
l to a people j
T.UU.1'LA.. It Charlestou.. :20 tf. nwrdv.lgent
ir; ?.iriLL PRACTICE in all the GmrU;of SOUTH --GOODMAX.-- ---- -- --- Statue and svllinir! more. iiiMrument* yearly than: all'' Its: roots, however, may be u foot or fvo in bad a' state and as wet a state us it was money. ,
B. L1
A. JItUY MYKIU
VY n..o uu\. Officer-In FricbeleV, LuiMing.nt -'omtJa.'rnllt.akr.! iiuiibine :A (-mall whokxale : The.projected line of railroad!, that the people ..
,
profit' oa each i in-tnnnent i i.* all we want. length, and arc rather large, .tender and suc 1lo" iblo to see it. This last' winter has Wen """-. S
GOODMAN MTERS culent.] intend building from Tampa to the St. ...
S. 1\L SPARKMA: T, unprecedented in wet weather. We have: had a

.r .Att01.--Il.C': LnW, Stand fromUnde.r The climatic conditions: required are a rain until it became a matter cf serious consideration Johns river, will, realize a condition! beyond I J.

'' *AXDSOLICITOU WHOLESALETOBACCO and let '/,II,//mot for I. nit, n"ir fwd f rtrtr tropical heat: and humidity of atmosphere, "a* to whether the country was to the mo>t sanguine exjiectation Here is a
that I.L'1)IE.\'k HA TJCS erli< ami trout be un-, country primeval in everything ready to produce -
IX CirAXCEKY. both of which conditions \tare found in our become a universal trout pond. There has I
) ,1,1110,1 nM ill f"r F,11'jl1lfJ and Oryitnrnrf, and
,FT.' MEADE, FL.\. and no nuitltr ichrrc? the pries find bottom, wt area climate suitable; for the growth of this plant been no scion so wet as this for over SO prolifically produce all the year '

.. "VrriLL PRACTICE in all the .Court* of .South & CIGARS, ;,I<:;-J."L' r.L'..JJl, during the whole year with- the exception of; years.:! But Florida, at least South Florida, round; crops, vegetables and! fruits that the a :

'\ t f Florida._-______ Jf You hear rid now. Conic and C1 u.s when you get; time. : au occasional cold snap \during our spring hasta happy knack of shedding its water. outer world will eagerly buy, and at good _. \

LUDDKN: & 11ATHS, Savannah: (5i.TJ. prices ; here i is a country ready to do it and -a
LAW OFFICE. of
like winters. On the low will remain
y .. 133 BAY account growth The ground seemingly perfectly : t
STREET ----- ------ --- ,
nvick Taylor -t Sea'LAIL I of the plant, protection from the cold during inj>ermcable 1 while it is fining: : out directly es't the only reasonhy !itL type t ; Boh1 --l it is be i ,

;, A t'-: SAVANNAH: : GA_ 7si these cold spells[ is easily effected, and the the rain i is over, like from a duck's back!.. the i. !. }? i .
OAlXESriLLE 1"L.f. ,
,
,.,,.. : E \ before U.S. Land Office at O..inetOI.I Tol :\cco Factory No. 8 Cigar i. Factcrv No. GIG vigorous growth of the plant i is but little water. .speedily,.... dUippOars; --, -- !there will be very soon. Your esteemed citizen _" l' 1 .'.i

y i i,.,,..., SCat Washington D. C. attend l LYNCH BCBK;VA. NEwjolu:. y effected by them, as we are exempt from anything When f started out, everybody said that and last; Mayor, II. P.. Hepburn. Esq, ;\< \ :, .1,
i -:-' ptamptneM.' Tampa, :March 25, 76. ly. -' has just completed the for the route t '
,, t .. fa =sa I like a continuous cold !spell! of over the rain had gone for good. But then everybody survey ;
'
r' -" "' y&41 ECKMAN & VETSBURG j j from one to five days' duration. In I planting I turning; prophet at one time spoiled the of this road, and preparations are" being '

: y & FINLEY: ; to;j j the crowns and suckers in our sandy soil it is business. If only one had prophecied, I bee made! to get to work as early as possible and '

: | deemed of importance to use some means: toprevent live it would not have: rained, but everybody then speedly to complete it. : ,

; ncys f atriLLJS ; Ln.,, 'Wholesale Dealers in ;; the sand being spattered into the setting tip a Probability: store,' \why, Mr. Hepburn has made many friends here, .. ', j

', 14 ,,; FLORIDA. SC1J..L&T ccl Service buds by the beating rains, and for this purpose the exception had to come to prove the rule, and he win, on his: return, tell you how straa- : ..... "'_,;: .J tJ
.
;; tho. State and l leral Court-,
Goods :
i: e ipecial attention to land litigation Dry Motions &e. J nature has provided us with tho very and I had to stand the exception. It commenced gers are received hero. r t

"': 9 hurane. in tlie U. S. Land Office at Jackxonfl TO article desired iu the long Spanish moss so raining my second day out, and Just a word about snakes. I have not 4
*. and Washington, D. C. h
1 e' -- Savannah G 4 common "on our forest trees. A bunch of kept ou the whole\ time almost. I might sayI seen a rattlesnake yet anti Mr. Hcpbnrn 1

'w- a. CEDAR KEYS AND' TAMPA this laid around the with his corps of men, surveying over 100 !
:COMMISSION 'xERCIU.NTS fee.TISON June9T7. tf. I plant while.small;: anewers made my.journey from Tampa to the St. .
admirable ill miles of country, walking, wading anti.1 swimming "
r an purpose keepjiig the Johus in a swimming t'lennli having experienced

: & GO ONOOT'ON A. Einstein's Sons, I'/J JT.LY4'1'1:1'XV' 1WMOXT.UY sand: out of the bud. l a good Floridian soaking on my through swam pi, hammocks: and cretLj; "f* "

With failed l to encounter or see! one of these tail } i a 1J
attention
cultivation
proper: to and firt trip, can consider that I was maden regular i 1e 1

PAGTORSn WHOLESALE DRALK33: ; IN: ""KAMKIiW. favorable! seasons! mature fruit may'be' 011. i wrtcran by the second. My journeytook purring II.t| *. One can nurl with a "niocoa- r I r 1

: / tained in from I site occasionally but thry glide t>H* &* quick f. : I
1/1;... ,-:- .uwVo' & r'. .T. C'( ') Cllrl.N.: eighteen; months t tai !
BOOTS the rhrtt'l..t l Uo.FroinTamj *
as I possible at iM
SHOES .r1 TS After the fruit begins to form it generally requires Polk. und Orange.;; In comparing these couiltiC j '
f P. .\CKSOX: MASTKK.:; : :: months'to I i ** t* tfc. Sc Johns river is .
from three {five l
to
nttniu
Merchants. :!, ns to (the quality: of land, Polk must undoubtedly '
,
Leave Taniia| TlJ-.U.\: 1 fotcdarKev\ about 11'') milt. Trvit have
t alreadyiKycriUil 1 t '
maturity. As an evidence of the attending be the first It :
;
Savannah Ga Arrive at Cedar Keys on WKhNIDAS'I): : l success given place JHISsesscs -
( t SAVANNAH, GA. Leave Cedar Key* \\Vii\l:) .:>.O.tY I> for Tampa} some efforts made in this section flf : a !soil On the whole, that would deridj i j but I HMI .*y a few words on the :3 t tI

,, ..... ;, Arrive at Tam -:a on TIU-HSHAY.) the to cultivate the I shall from With'I KSple| you nit' '4 _ith uo the way. I have "
;, >ot 76. Jy.'d CARHART&BROTHER Leave Tampa Kltll: n! VY for Ccd.tr: 1 ers, |sate, Pine-Apple edly yield a good profit farming. j J
e f Arrive at Cedar: Keys on .\TUHII.Leuc ).\\'. quote from a letter to me from my old and very little fertilizing most of the land can bo nut with vbiton bt'I"e"h\) ul-'('t on going -.

s trPINKNE'" (1" Importers D DNon. and Wb lesale. Grocers, Arrive Cedar at Tampa Key on on:SUNDAY.For ;:-:,\SATUKDAY) Tampa! time-honored friend, Dr. W. T. Mayo, for made to yield crops that will compare with t>ut into-the primeval country, away from < '< '. t

Freight! or Passage: (having: excellent merly living in the vicinity of B rook:;\"ilIe. any good farming state. I saw corn.planted, the towns, to find beautiful house, gardens, .1 :

IERClIANfg CO ,fund ,81'ark Place, accoinuioJatiun) apply to the Captain onboard i Ilernando county, where his experience in and in eleven days after the plant was fourteen lawns and fruit orchards ; to sit down to a ((
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i '', .r- :..C'01881011 NEW YORK.C. or to i j cultivating, this fruit was :gained, relative to I inches high; and in a fine healthy and table loaded with the choicest of viand etc., .1 ,

._ Y:....... ,-. ::?z-."_'-,S:1:' 1:_ NEW YORK.*. \ R., -H. THOMAS,, Agent, 'Guupa.DAVE i the same.: He says : My experience in the I thriving condition, and I )anticipate a yield and they seem! disappointed to find the frontier : ; \
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.-' ''' t too limited for me to'o you valuable! information alone did I see corn in good condition but, 1 nature, and to have to take epigastrici ,
Succernor to POST! A HOBBY, Of Tnllahaee Fin., witk I' '
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!I" F. 2,[. ZIEfiLEC. GROCER ,- II. ISIYEES & BEO. i small efl"0rts: a success. I planted them Fruit, too, do well in fullcounty, but Undoubtedly [ t I owners of that log hut may be worth 8100-- .H
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m DT & ZIEGLER. in ordinary, pine-hind: garden !soil, prepared. I Hil1 s borough i is the best county i 000. It is a primeval country and needs -. f

WHOLESALE[ : DEALERS IXTolDaccos I as is usual for vegetables, giving them tbl''eI: I'''for, that. It cannot be denied that the soil I 1 that development which has so quickly peopled & :.U

sal a Grocers AXD..;-DK.1LEE IX feet di
= : in about the same manner: that I did m). cab [partakes of the 'same character pfoil, I and capital. This is coming and before -

1' i Western Produce bages. is the best for the culture many years the dream of the visitor will bend #
JpeRrER8 OF TOES AND LIQUORS Cigars: & Liquors. orange as well as :I .
realized, the log house will be f
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4lC: 49p'S1:53:_ :: &. 55. New Levee, 91 & 93 MAGAZINE STREET, r Savannah-------. driving down! posts at convenient distances Hillsborough [possesses a' good farming |+I| of It the is past.gratifying! I to be agreeably surprised, ; .- c

,. -. .' ',.' Orte oliciu-d. Promptly Filled l and>ati (::1cti"n 1 j along the rows, to stand about one foot above land too, and good for the raking of vegetables i i is it not ? I have met with such throughout f'

:,.: .t'p". : _. ...._ .. .- :New. Orleans._ NEW ORLEANS, LA. I G.UitiLtNTEE1): : tintcrt. I| the tops of: the plants. On the top of those= but I think fruit culture is most adap- It [Continued on fourth page. :' 't ;
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1"'t"-.: '.';:TfHE SUNLAND: TRIBUNE.: I Let the Democriicy oil j Gtl rtl. DEAR.TRIBUNE:. GENERAL NEWS.Mr. GREAT EXCITEMENT AT FORT r'CO.i; -
: Mark Twain has the bill forbidinga :
: Feeling as Hayes signed
; ; ,.. .Already hear intimations of a. number _
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: further retirement tenders. (
: ';J'l: 'VALL ,, Editor. of for honors quaintly expresses somewhat "universally legal Revolution f fI
: independent aspirants legislative. cattle The Grandest I
Mexican Indian raiders have run 9.oc
: .':.': 'F;: : -1'. JL. Spencer Pub'r&:Business Manager. in ttie corning fall election. This move unsettled" from the effects; of exposure to ,
from Texas into Mexico at San Phillip! .
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_ Fla. June 15 1878. is being'inaugurated under the plausible pretext the hot sun and continuous- rains a. long I Turco-Russian War Over but 'Ward fboors
_:. 7.. : Tampa; Saturday, the circuit I -Pope Leo XIII. has sent a dispatch to < :
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-. --'------ ---- ---- ------- -- of there being no necessity for straightout the Emperor of Germany regretting the late ,

"' .... J .: T.. .. ,\I Br uewLetter. *ithonUl l be sent to the purty aetioii'but, the truth is it is being to try what virtue: there might be iy attempt on his} life. L BY JTrames .

.. ;,_._- :,...If.....' ,.....-"-.:. .l'i1 jed U4ct: "r.and:.. )[;lauger-CommQni.'.- f &. to got up in the interest of those who hope to a flying visit to my friends of Clear Water Russia has consented to/participate/ in "- r, ,..'i., a

":.5-i"; } ,; -_ .- "--- defeat the election to the4 United States Senate Harbor-made.my arrangements, and set out the international conference to establish) the C. I. P. DZIALYNSKI MJ)
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; ; Notice.TKa relative value of g0d 1 and silver. ,
_ a:'''>" ( ;: next winter of a straight out Democrat. accordingly.The I ,
::< : : "', Donocratic. of Hillsborough miles -The interest bearing debt of the 3000o'allons.
: : : >: :yotcpj This is the game that is goiug to be tried to country, which for eighteen west government I. -

'}, .; '':" ,.. 1.f Ulltl; ,.are Hercb requested to 1mM.. primary be played; in nearly all the counties in South of Tampa presents n surface about equally increased the month thirty-three of May. million dollars; Aga1p.st HIGHPRICE& & _ERSON, .Agt's.

.., :' ,;'. '. <::iaiciJDg3 in their:respective election districts interspersed with creeks, bay-heads and cypress during
:s Florida, and already the cards are l being l -Rear Admiral Gore Jones of 'the British -I WHICH THEY ARE NOW REC d' .,
:: 7, -oriSilunlky: Juuel5th: and elect delegates
";f..' .' ::,_ ,-l<>"rcpres-.Dt. them' in County" Convention' to Democrats would undertake to play the role high' and rolling, covered with a vigorous movements of the Russian officers there.A I THE NORTHERN WESTERN AlSIM & CO -

It{ :,,:.';: .:. !b l tiM l \Tampa. Florida, on Saturday June of such independent candidates, and therefore growth of pine, black jack and willow. oak, decree has been issued proclaiming a .,

l. ,- .' .' 22ad: ;' for. :' the purpose of appointing the the! ,people should be wary how they trust I. with an occasional group or "patch"' of live regency: in Germany nUll appointing Prince I OURGARE8ELE9DFBZM9LER 1N Ac' < Georgia :- .

7 ;;:(.. "f :. ? .",.Couiuy! Delegation to. the'Cungresnonal ConIri' them, let their professions be ever so fair and oaks, and dotted here and thru with a pret. Frederick William Regent. I Goods at such LOW FIGURES, as to be1e bled! to off V1 f > .I I

:. ->('"ven ion at Monticello;; Fla. July llth, 1878,, plauiible.] The Radical are not going to ty little !laka nestled amid the hills, where -The jury in the rase of Rev.George B. thatwuuuit! grated CIGARS I :

<" :. and':"to transact uch other' \buine&, as. may: spare money to strengthen theii party in waters, deep and limpid, abound with trout, Vosburg wife, hu trial returned for utletU a verdict ting o to itctittit poisonhis -I THE: : MOST: F- 'VELCO? (E' .

;. cOU1; before said County Convention. Tara- both branches of Congress, and consequentlywe bream soft shell turtles or terrapins, and tal. W .tlhF.\YAR ON NO ONE, butwe !hajl gir PANDARO, -j t-
i- -. t. : 'V4f J"Ir,23I.1l.! 1878.' little EXPERnSCE.: "'evuneh t,) know the I '
; alligators.The wsntp 'EPICUREAN.
may look for many wolves in cheep's I -Kate Sothern's trip to the Georgia penitentiary i- .
J JOHN T. LESLIE, clothing in a political sense. r soil'of these ridges is of pretty much I was one continued ovation. Her TO SELL ATTHE-SMALLESc AMERICAN." JASMINE &c..- I

;: ';. : Cliairnian; ,.Co.: Ex. Committee.j S the same quality as thht of all the higher husbaud and child will remain with her during AIlweaakisaFAIRTltIAL. Our C0tX .There open ii :' ;.
t; -' .iatisfy the people, haTe 'gained bar object., S R-.. I
: Constitutional Couvcntlou. ,1Ie .
1 3. .j-jNVinC. BROW, Secretary.. The ands of the county, except the extreme eastern her ten years' imprisonment.A fl1't i.. wo) know Times are ICard Aad we are aMa.tied W'u' i iBARGA1NS.Do'
t -rP ; With the of Ministerial\ is USE ASD 4\LL, SPES!) ,
crisis
great unanimity large majority portionsand of its adaptability to fruit : generally expected CMRTnR ;
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e '. the papers in the State favor the calling by culture, no better evidence need be asked in Spain after the present session of 'the We opening the LA no fSTSD: as 'I 19ars, LI -
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: .' occasioua.than.one, << have: hereto- the next legislature! of a constitutional con-' than the fine of and Cortes. The Constitutionalists hop to be in South'Florida, at LOWEST; PRICKS R C.\SU t
& ; : 'lore iuvc h .against the policy of land own- groves oranges guavas raised 1 to office by the} winter elections. ,tfEscobeda find Anything that a well' revived!< Su.ro ougMII .Chewing) TOBACCO' Swill
revision of the constitution yoo.cnn
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.ven OI- bananas to be seen mile or two along '*.. -
;- _\fS holdiujj them fictitious values, looking every ,in cpmmand of the Lcrdist mention. a few item and their pricei.-viz ....,. ,
:- '' This i is a subject.which the people should the coast line, and even for several miles back. forces Mexico: i is constantly' receiving reinforcements e t otlTIES.I ', '!' T
prospective resulw when, this or that hap- Best Prints, C to.7 cent .
.pi : carefully consider, and in,their county conventions Six miles south of Anclote river and about and it is expected'will take Pied- LwlicsFiL.indkercheif., 10 cents. S'
W: :': ,JHJU?. Especially in the vicinity: of this place Finest Piquet 10 to 12} cents. Bert Coata Thread 61| cent*. -
: (. for nominating members to the legislature twenty five from Tampa, is the residence of ras Xegras in a few days. .
> <:. .. .Is tliu, the case, and'not a few are continuali Beat Rio Coffee, 22 to 23 cent: .... Btwt Oinghauii 8 to 15 'cents.: {, -3 J...
Black in the investigation -
I' should give expression! to their Messrs. Mayo and Wall. Judge referring to ; '-
.J' "3jrl,eing. driven away from here to some of the Presidential fraud, "the Best Pin, per J aper, 5 cent etotBn x sI.5tol.ro. : ," .. ."
wishes in regard to the matter. We decidcly These who have resided there says : 'f-J' "
.:..' ;:urpoint bv the high prices demanded 1 for gentlemen mill is going to be sure, but there is nothing Best Brown Shirting 6 to 8 .. ', : ii"-\ [iuahit i is more "of .these greedy favor a convention, and are, moreover, convinced since 1874, own A saw and grist mill, which in the hopper that can be.legally ground." Chinese Fan*, .5 cento. ** 'i,. Best Omaliurgt 10 to 15 cent. '. ". .-.:,;;, ':' 1
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'. ..:";* many for that the large majority of the people i supply the neighborhoods: of Curlew Creek, Returns from Oregon show that the Best Family Flour, $10 to$11. ._ 1 Yard Wide Colored t"ambticalO. to.15 cents. ,i' ,- .,;',.. '. \ '
oiicavho refuse-fronTSiO ,
v : to $30"pcr acre : :: :
t v- U for doing away with the present expensiveone : I Yellow Bluffaud Anclote, with lumber and Suite carried by ,the Democrats. Whit- Best Needle, pr paper 5 cent L % .
.: .. ,:'t their! s!perabundance-of lands, yet.want to thu was Good Mens\ : and BojV HaU,25 cent*_ :"" ;-:. : -m-t tI" iI
.' in formation of which the intelligence "grits" aker (dem.was elected to congress and a ,, r .

i .f' : Value!: them:at.the lowest.. down. figuns when and decency of the State were excluded. In They hav.e. fine young grove coming oil ; majority on joint ballot in the State Legislature : And all other Goods in proportion.I WE KEEP OX IIANDAFtLLSIJPPLYOF, .-.. .{ (. --"';.\. _, -; ;
:" \ them J pvirg -r is assured. "
discussing objections of the Sun, and Prest watermelons and '
raise in plenty potatoes, -
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'. /'Vw,.ith that much to Lcdy *lte tht- are been invited deliver "TINW ARE 'f"* -
::. ", ; any ) the Pcusacola; Advance uses the following vegetables of all kinds ; have iu their yard -senator Gordon has to :GROCERIES, HARDWARE, ,, .
'h-- 'f vrort'i: that muchto them, and they should a 4th of July oration at Evansville,
; bfnade P f\\ their rral cash valuatouE vigorous and sensible language: about a dozen, beehives which would supply Indiana, on any subject he may select. It is ':i ;
to : Hats
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-- :.:-.; That. able> journal\Sun.and Pre&i) is mistaken this town with honey, equal in lurity} and expected that he will receive a cordial reception Saddlery, Dry Goods, Notions, Glassware, ;: : :
The idea of from $50 U $100
'.: per acre .in its of the substantial excellence .
opinion color-and far superior in flavor, to the famous on the occn.siouThe '\ '"
: -\ b.ing asted for lands near town, and then the of our existing fundamental law.
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: l golden syrup of Louisiana; and withiu German Emperor who was shot by BOOTS & SHOES.CROGKEBY' -
;: -io' them in $1 25 There is scarcely any one of the numerous -
; ovQ:rti wanting to give: at per Nobeliug in the street is rapidly improving. .
few of their door can at "
'- ", ncrr/ts perfectly absurd. The cash value of heads divisions which designate the ditt -rent a yards:; step, anytime He was hit with 32 shot in the neck and arm. .
subject matters.of which it treats that and on short notice, furnish their, table Farm & SAnd i/ f
arrested Provisions Implements 0. .
Nobvliug and thrce.accompliccs were s
; -- 1: .. ,;s tiling I U its'true value;and theCountyCoinIifLi.iuucrs ,
docs not require many essential changes and with the choicest fish of the gulf, from chubs! and '< .
: :, in equalizing the rate of taxation, modifications in the provisions under it, and imprisoned.ExGow. i i a Thounand other thing too nnmerotu to be menttonro.V e thank our Friends and Patron I I. j jI
and shiners'the size of a mans finger, to tar- or'I. ;f
HendricKs docs sanction DEALING anti KL DTB
: -to tlu1.l value lands t.the prices offered which is not susceptible of vast improvementby not I: Hially for their Patronage ftere'.o'bre bctowed on UH and trwt by FAIR -
pons, measuring from five to seven feet in any attempt to oust Mr. Hayes from the XI EXT; to merit a conlinnanon the M me.
for them. the addition of rules mandatory and ,
-i:e : -'. .aild.' rciuasd. __ _.-- .. J -1 I hibitory. The single .question of the judiciary I'ro-- length, and weighing from one to three hundred Presidency. He says that Congress made a G. I.: P. DzMynski, MitcTiell&CA'CLOSING : -
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final settlement of the it
_: :i. IS; The;' dUor of the JJawner, having the organization of the courts, manner I pounds while the'marshes 'and bayous the of the Electoral question commission.adopted 'J
-. ". < of appointing judged and other officers,-the filled with flocks of report "
I round about are plovers
force to notiw him by his repeated
Jr:us -A deal of has been manifested
:" division of jurisdiction, territorial, civil and great feeling
:'_ :' =*.&i". &* the TKIBUXK and Tampa: has been criminal, so as to ensure the speediest and. snipes, curlews marsh hens and <
,.!., l lwised.to.retort In,hiss issue: of June 1st, b)" most/certain disposition of business, and at tic birds, dear alike to the sportsman and to assassinate the Emperor William. It i is I OUT!:

quoting against the editor of this paper certain the same time secure an economic management the epicure. said that this feeling has been stronger than :

i ialsehoods 1 originated 'by papers well of that branch of gocrnmenttht; Their dwelling is on a ridge nearly thirty that manifested over Hovdel's. attempt, in i ia. .
q : with the subordinate above the level with proportion- the results have boeii more .. :
known to be anti-Democratic,and with whose
.; -- : "' that appertain to it, Is oue of vital moment to the water's. edge and the varied and ever serious. -.... ,.
editors he formerly l Itobnobbcd in the Radical to our people is one in solving which. changing pictures presented by the waters of -Mr.\ Boll, member of congress from the YOU CAN MAKE IW. 'p
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ranks. ,contemptible; course in this we can least afford to be led by empirics in the beautiful-bay lying in front no pen, or Ninth district of Georgia, has called on Mr. .. ;,;- 4 ,

:.' matter is not only: natural on account of the governmental science, and .one that is in every pencil could describe with any degree of ai>- Hayes to try and effect some arraugemeiu by 4 -

-- :iild Ikxidical leven ifl him, but is begging the way worthy of the weightiest consideration: of proximation; one minute, smooth anti! colorless means of which parties in his State indicted '

our ablest and-most experienced statesmen. as glass, the next, blue ns the vault of f illicit distilling may return home and REAr-i BAHGAJNS :
juci/on which he first mooted and is ef-- .
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.fhe'' question of suffrage citizenship and Heaven, with flashes and sparkles as of innu- make cro1.Mr. .. .. -..
: :'' fur{to take,refuge i in a tissue of lies of which others kindred to these, furnish another field merable diamonds scattered over .I its bosom, -:: Potter has"replied-! to Secretary Sher -. .

--' 2 Uc_ ight 1 .have_!been the author had nature for a radical change, which cannot be successfully then, as sonic passing breeze disturbs its surface man's request to be represented before the investigating Ar.1.rrIIE SP'rOI: "J OF : -

-rr {mlowed him with sufficient capacity to have accomplished .without the aid of presenting alternate shades of gray and : committae by counsel to'the effect : '

/ .:f.i 'tjicated.1 CJ11. '\Ve are. l.ad.10 know that much deliberate thought and a thoropgh acquaintance brown. \ that he: or any one else named in the resolution W. WALL & CO. : -
with the experiences of other Oa the lauds of Irs. M-&: Co.,. ,,'!lich of investigation: have the benefit of ,
% : least has of the disaaff ; may .
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jz Jici *.1 ,some conception -
: ; States) in er.lingith them. Our constitutional embrace than miles of
'_ : more two & continuous counsel:! but that all questions put to the.witnesses '''\
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: !; '.v'r and appreciafcs j|;4*keenly arid sensi- provision for a homestead exemption is water front, is the miuoial spring, !: lutiot be by members, of the committee. rTHE -

f- ; : V:'tlt44 yi"; which'seperatcs us, or any other gen- sorely objectionable and requires judicious which has been spoken of in the Tr.muxE Governor of '
.. : Bray ton, Idaho Territory, ;
STOCK MUST BE CLOSED OUT
t "i tkiiittit from himself; and we also trust that modification to render it anything but a premium before, and which the Dr. is so fond of telegraphs that an Indian war is imminent. ; -

: on rascality and a fraud on confiding himself and his friends, is Ponce ,J. ,
': "' his u.i'tural stupidity.may be sufficiently per- persuading t : Senator StmlcyIauhew\ of Ohio, one of
creditors. The withdrawal from -
practical DLcn's Fountain of Youth, and from the
: S:";. i< lucabh that) hereafter. he may not construe : the of voice in the the visiting statesmen," desires a special ;
people any appointmentof sensation and effects produced by bathing in ,
THE NEXT SIXTY DAYS -
Senatorial committee lie
to investigate him. IN : -
: ,,'< : 'our contempt! for him into i pity. With ,this State or county officers-an insulting memento its water one could readily imagine that he declines( to before the House Com ,: #.

: :'-final .notice we leave him in that slough of I Iii -of the days of our vassalage-is was not so tar wrong. That it is destined, at m ltt'C. '. appear -- -

atapulity and jgnorance from' which twelveyear another, evil whjtch should be dealt with effectively no distant period, to become quite a resort '
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-'>-In the Potter investigation committeeon RECARDLESS OF THE COST "
and at once; in'a word there arc a for invalids I think is a certainty. ..
: / journalistic experience failed tc 2tl! Mr.\( Reed Maine\ handed
of a .: '
I hundred important points in which the present About one and 1 a quarter miles south of .. :, ,
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extricate.... .. -J'him" ,and.into which nature" has Constitution sins against common sense, Mayo & Wall i is a valuable place owned byMr. piece of paper to Anderson which rurpurtl..Ito : : : "..'< -

r' :"cou ;;oed aim as a.poor abortion of even a common jUI!'.ice and the liberty of the people, \ValtonVhiitohurst, on whjch} i" a groveof be thu original of an agreementbetween TIlE STOCK CONSISTS OP :, : 4
and Weber wlud1ntlcnlon had
Anderson
nincompoop.IiuportoucQ: and yet our able contemporary would 'relegate two hundred trees all of which will soon -

;ii! .., .. the grave and responsible duty of cor- he in bearing and which could! be purchased! given to Stanley Matthews. Anderson pronounced DRY GOODS !
it not to be the original, and though ;
Advertizing. recting thee evils to_a Legislature: that tits! cheap now, as Mr. Wis i desirous! of concentrating ; ,
1t-'f biennially, for" only sixty days that has a all his time and! attention. on a Mr.\ Reed: stated that Matthews! had told him .
-c- :. : Alt astute bllSiueas'Den! recognize the great that ityas the document, Anderson still denied -
thousand and
of
one matters legislation to fine plantation: he owns some miles in the GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS -
i&X ;_d-;. e; advantages of advertizing, and look on mon- think over and act upon, and which, as a general interior. that it was, genuine. ,

-c : "cy'iiaiveatedTn printer's ink on every possible thing, is selected with a view to almost Five miles further south in: Joncsboro. NEW'ADVEBTISEMENTS. IERCII..A.1\TISE\ : f ;'1 1I

I- : : : _ixx-a lon, as a judicious outlay. It is said every qualification in its members except the where I found my old friend (il'C). L. Jones --,, ,. -. .- .----- -- -, -"--- AND GENERAL ,
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experience and training necessary to deal Ksq., dispensing flour, bacon, felines., hats. &('., N. lU # .
t i_- : that; ;le late \. T. Stewart, of New York, after J. >oKKii.: CYRUS SXOIH RA -
: with constitutional questions of the widest - .' ., "- firmly establishing his great* Dry Goods scope and most essential import to the welfare and as full of life, jollity and-<,;as as ever. Hooker & Snodgrass. Come One, Come All and See. ; i ,

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i__ ; :- ', tisc one department his vast establishment _. 4c the other pretty and desirable places; on ClearWater I DEALERS IX W. W. WALL & Co., '/ .

. ic: -2; depending i .on his well known, reputation totiftnurfcustomers Such a Constitutional Convention as will! and Old Tampa Bay.. After not quite -J _

to the others, but he soondisoavwed be necessary to accomplish the desired object three weeks of shooting, fishing: boating and .. -- -.- -.-.----- --, ,.-. --,--- ,..
:I : GENERAL MERCHANDISE
I retnred home to-find that I hasigained '
that the advertised ought not to cost more than $25,0H'or 830-: bathing ARBIVING .i
department JUST
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000- at the outside. This objection expense just ten pounds weight on my trip,
, : Jld:four times the amount of business of the i is which is which I guess Is the strongest recommendation ) STOCK AND BEEF CATTLE, AT I II : "
one unfailingly urged against: .
:: uiiailvcrtised; and. as a consequence, was : enterprise that is undertaken to improve I can give my friends to go and do like- I [Ct.rner r.llklin & Zack sjj. .
every JOEY B. w. G. Ferris' .FAM14t, FLAf, *, '.
ever"afterwards a liberal advertiser Independently the condition individuals or coiumu wise. WOOL, HIDES, SKINS, Agt. \ ,
DEALER IN ALL KINDS OF : "
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: of the benefits accruing to the"advertiser uities, and will continue to be available to 1 \ ,

' ? by letting his business oe extensively. objectors for the simple ica.son that the good STATE NEWS.Oeala AND COUNTRY PRODUCE: GENERA, SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS, i i'STAPLE

\ of this world flow is advertising for doctors.. HARDW'Al :
things never *pont noou!>ly, DRY GOODS
kaovi it helps the locality where thd busily -
:_.a \ and those who seek them nm.-4 be prepared Seventy-five have left Jacksou, TOUT: MEADE: FLA. IKON,'STEEL, XAIIX SIHP en ,
'bc- advertised to be done, because from itoui.tcrs for them. If the be negro HARDWARE. HOUsfe '
to pay object to accom- bounty for Louisiana.Cedar LADIES' GENT'S CHILDREN'S HATS& SHoes. BUILDERS: ..
; may be enabled.to determine' something : pushed l by the proposed rcvisou is as paramount \\Vcall! i-pocial attention to our Stock of TERS TOOLS CARRIAGE-MAK? j'

: '- of the habits and tastes of the people .in importance as we solemnly believeit Keys u: anxious for the government Tin and Crockery Ware. PLIIiS. .
to be if by its attainment can make to take charge of i its 'tluarnlltillc.I Stoies Tinware Hollowware &
I ; Irum the quality etc., or the gdods advertis-- ; :' DRY GOODS, W :

(,(. In a country where immigration is de- Florida the a cost republic of and not'a, and monarchy cause,justice reduce -. > nuis }has gone to Washington; to testify Hardware, Cutlery &c., Willow& Woo Ware- i. Crockeryware, Table and Pocket Cutlery OU ,
government Committee.
before the ;
: Congressional Pistols Ammunition and .
-; I 1"irntt'! the advertizing: of the.local I business: to be administered certainly and promptly HATS, CLOTHING!I ; Ixick Achoicewpplyof'

: U ofA'cry great importance for the reason I the nlxttssity\ expending five times the Watermelons s .U...for 5J! cts. per ib. in IXXTS, CAPS, FURNITURE, COOK STOVES &c. I'I. Farming Implements of all kinds\ :

;T that that a distance desiring to emigrate I amount of money named should not deter us Pensacola. lIO mlty. t=HOES.VFAXCY BRIDLES BITTS SPURS &c ,
; Such oa Trace, Plow, Home: \ Axe%Spade Rake,
from making the effort. Tinkering may be -The Gainesville: Base Ball club has: I -(
fitl'd ;
from the advcrliri.vta GOODS NOTIONS
that out ,
locality, can 1
: t appropriately resorted to in.some of the exigencies challenged the Fernaudina club for a match HEAVY AND .LIGHTGROCERIES [Ropes, ;Paints and Oil J j
in tJje nearest
-4. :j.ts newspaper published of human affidr Lut its I
'- we question; game. Glassware
5 ,.. Iu jt \\hat can be procured there. As illustrating adaptability as a remedy or its sufficiency! Hardware Tinware, I Notions 1
-The editor of the Floridian has been Dry Goods, ''" '''
,- this ask what do the readers a pnuucea! for the evils resulting'from a-rotten -
: ;P' we may I I IOA1'8.
& with the first bloom of this FLOOR CORN GRITS MEAL RICE -
f Constitution.. presented cotton Boom Shoe HaU FancWAlwaya "- ,
*, ,Caps,
r ,
'.f'q f TEIBDKE at a distance know about the t ; SADDLERY AND FARM TOOLS, "
: the .
'.. years' crop. BACON, 1 PORK SALT COFFEE, on hand and rcceiring .
':-- -Lndone$ at Manatee Bartow? or whether BEANS I
; or SUGAR, SYRUP BREAD
-The OoiutUution states that' a man nam- -Mr. A. Hopkins has.been. } appointed And a full Line ofC..oceries Groceries &P'

: .: a cook store could be bought either ed Caldwell near Araericu,,; Ga.; 'killed his Deputy,Internal Revenue .COlll..tor.'ice .J. FERRIS CELEBRATED HAMS. Which I offer at bottom pii ; f/F

; place Yet this is of no inconsiderable. im- wife; three children and his wife's! sister witha W. Howell. & Provisions Produce of the Fanntr. :
4 lyt. .
_$', 'porlance to the intending immigrant Every s ootbiug- lon. The. two older children -The black tongue" has killed a irtim-, DRY AND SAL TED MEA TS, !

.; locality in !South Florida where business is were at school, and one was in the field, and ber of cattle and deer in Jefferson CountCnpL )". Canned Fruit and l' ,dtu: of all kindt, KSMI C" .- :'tBLAC \-
; .1 :. little under the house and We will keep a LugeStock SuMantial J Good, r \ / r:
one one ran escaped. -
: S. Pasco has been summoned 1 be-
: done would find advertizing in the TKIBUJTEof ..."theY U mild and .d
The murderer in well butfailingto and m.-ll them M low can pay TOBACCOSEGAJ3S. connection with thj I am % ',.
local benefit in attracting 'immigration jumped a fore the investigating committee at Jackson- the Highest Prices for the Produce of the Farmer : In kinds of BLACKSMITh '
great._ materially wjure himself crawledout 1 .
: ville. and Stockmen, Anti Fancy Groceries of eTrjr variety He kevpa WRIGIITING, JUN SMITH!!*. -:
..-- to it.--' and got on top of the dwelling house and -Pensacola and Jacksonville making on hand a large Hock of Good Subatantial GcxxU to patch and on reasonable tcrn i.
are : .
jumped ofTkilled_ himself after; two trials grand preparations, for celebrating the 4th of STOCK AND BKEF CATTLE i suit the country trade and oiler them cheaper than A eood !nupply of WagJQ1l '. k1 '
r.: From XY.Tribune, (Republican: ) w r r : !-, I ever offered l efore.B Wheel UUrowI,% c., on LawU Pl < -tay2.jth:11JIy

r,- Postmaster-General Key has issued an '-Austria's position has created considerable July.I Furnished on short notice. Order solicited, and .I , -The authorities of Cedar have laidan lowrat ratcn. : !
'- JI npiieal to1! southern people to elect anti- in Russia. Keys satisfaction gua ran teeti. ; : k
? apprehension Commenting on a
'embargo' the travel from Havana Tampa, June 15th, 78.. E. O. CWYK : .
-. : revolution! members to the next house and to Count Andra&ty's recent declarations, and M. &. ROGERS, 3. R. MrTCHEU. j'j

: --- :- --: ': Kcourage l in even possible way' the new the 60,000,000 credit lately voted Austria, .. through that place.A &, -
: : r 1)tnoeraticauiade.; It is not likely, that the Russian papers declare that such credit' Refrigerater Car is now run on the W. A. ROBERTS & CO., Rogers llJGROOERS

t \. any enumeration of the benefits the south has must mean something more than a precaution Transit road for the benefit of the truck far- Auction .jj

? ; :, JWeh'w.from President Hayes will! stay tie and Russia must take counter measures. mere and fruit raisers. Druggists and Apothecarys

'>,:'" -_ .-baud, .southern representatives now in con- News from Vienna b to the effect that the :; Nearly all the vegetable shippers on the 4
I:'L.:::.;"..' l' r (press, if..the memory.of those benefits would Austrian Government utterly distrusts Rus- line of the West India Transit Railroad complain FORT MEADE, FLA.Healera AND RECEIVERS OF KEY WEST, FLA. I ;

,\ -1'1"' <', : 2 :' 1 wot. .But'Mr. Key's appeal to the mass of sia. of irregular return, and in many instances Attends personally to all vale*. Coiu.ft "t-

( :' .bestutiwbo.have had enough of war, and r assert that they have been outrageously in Drug., Medicines, ToiletAjrtlcle Western Produce.. Itched- and satUfartion guaranteed. Prompt. retortL ', .. -
..J. by malL Office-Front Street. .\
'. .- too much political: agitation have its swindled The Gainesville .Time* > -
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may 4
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:. influence in making the next bouse Unfortunately thinks that until the vegetable com FLOUR SPECI Lxr. -
;; growers .
:; up '
; aid Mr. when he endorsed Anderson's I hare ALSOJiu't Received the .
Prescriptions.carefully! compoundedwith Purity brand
Hayes Physicians
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': : :'. .: '.. ,,< tiag. for "-lie"signal?from Washington to application. to be the prey sharpers at the Northern and night 81 Poydras St NEW ORLEANS.Tampa FElT, and sell u CHEAP aa any la Tamp !)' -... -

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.The big had boy teas early at'the Station. John Millenj I W. B. Henderson W. W. WALL & Co. "Think of your Head in the Morning.', MONTHS after date 'I'** .j'. '
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: had, been arrested and he and vouchers! to tW :
chums
.i One of his .. I -
Barber Saloon County Judge Manatee Cy'
vranRU lo bear the: trial. He pit on the MILLER HENDERSON meat of die estate of WHliaf{ ..

UNDER MASONIC }l.tLL. tobedihsrgedth/ t ,.
floor, oapped peanuts at the clock, whistled

1 : 'ud scuffled aronud, and Bijab was finally SHAVING, SHAMPOOING( HAIR CUTTING '' -

'1 !:!<.- ." : forced to !av- :E. CY..A"RKj; TVliolesnlo AcUoin.ilt Wholesale and :RetailS ; and would DRESSING respectfully flolicit in the a nhare LATEST of the STYLE.public pat I Nov.24ttjt') : S- .r' -

s:r -, My eon, you haven't been brought Tip w t ronage. CHAS. A. BROWX. Hot* :-

.. : to Hoyle. You want t cwxlocl Tampa, March 23. Cm.* .
l' ::.- :. : cording, ? _.. -
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J., '!,:" -: ', .yourself wLile here the same as if you were DEALER IN IS?_ Lovengreen & Madsen 'S'J ,? r S :' > S -
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..r,. ., inUttZar'tf": parlors. DEALERS IN ceaseLF3.NO.13- S
%j.,,; 5-' I '"\Vho's the Zarf 'impudently asked the Assorted Merchandise, Keep a complete, Stock ofPAINTS -

.', boy as he shored the chairs around."Who's OIL, S. S .5
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f :' :"?- '" the Zar ? Haven'tyou ever stud- Assorted:( Merchandise.' ,. Furniture made to order. and ALto OLtSSonban&all kinds of Picture ------ '

J;:L' :. L' ,, ied the directory or the dictionary, or read 'Receiving, Forwarding Frame at reamxnable prices. j..ices and Taxation. .

); ;; '", \ .Uncle Tonft Cabin What ignorance }herein I" DRY GOODS May, 11th. tf .11W tood; that the Governor has \- :

,3: ;I \: our midst, where even every member of Corner of Washington.3 Ta rJ on Streets, *. )(. C. BROW, JOICJ R.8wrSOLl1\su Itation with the Comptroller -
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-; .. the Common:: : Council can read and write !I" ANDCommission Brown & Swingley J.inet officers on the financial
AJ\It"PA, FL.A.: : e State with a view to further 1

I K0hl, J takedown your steeple 1" growled mt axes. Nothing more d, finite ... ,
1 die boy. KEEPS CONSTANTLY IN STOCK FULL :lAIorcliaiits: than that -
believe
J;. LAND AGENTTAMPA iUIll (?d on, we
;i I' Geutlcnieu,!'-said the old man as he putdown Groceries & Provisions, -: bE a reduction, but to what ex- 1 -

11 i j',; tHelcatheiMlaster and looked> over to LINES TAMPA, FLA. FLOB1.her to :5 mills or 41}, will depend : -

';1 r : l' the reporters, "I think duty calls'me ; in / WILL give Special attention to all beJmot tot of taxable property the tax-real j 1
the
, ; fact'I know she does .Somehow or other I DRY GOODS r ." 1" ---0- and wiling REAL EhTATE, LOCATING JIonal property of the State was
: : ]kinder feel as if the 'r responsibility of tbUboy'a : i Hats: And Caps, STEADS and PREEMPTIONS, making entL $30 898,247, and if there is no re"I"I

ifj\-i future depended on me, .and I'm going QUUS1'OCK HAS KEEN SELECTED WITH STATE LANDS, Ac., Ac. in IlilLiboroagh Ant. *'p the present year, we I
counties. reference
to set his better ideas in motion. 'My son, Ladies Gaflcnu and CMlWs' Hats UKG.VUI; TO THE WANTS OF adjoining required. Special given 40 v"l eds i of the State may l be met by a ::4. '.
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r. I here tw TIllS SECTION, AND THOSE::; : WHO) FA VOlt US .' "an d a half mills. But if we may

come WITH THEm TRADE AND l CO FIVE CE. Boots mid G. E. PARCELL lat one or two of our Eastern .
J10CS
;'l 4 I can't see it r replied} the boy, shutting For the information of all1l'e euumerate a few of said the return for 1878 > '
ie have ,
Boots Shoes & Hosiery the article 'we keep
:-: ,.. hiseyes. -. j.Gentlemen's Architect & Contracto{> all considerably below those of ., ?- .:

1"1: I" When the mountain wouldn't come to Coiztniit1y on IIn,11d j been said that there will be a "&:Jaue O-c -'

J -; \ Old Dan Tucker, Daniel went to the :'moun- and Underwear > millions in Duval ane, not .. .. .
t (Meien's ClotMns has shrank ...Zjl1o
., : Plans and real
For Sale, and we offer: them and all others in Specifications !! property "
and
tain mused Bijah walked over out Furnishing Goods -
: ayae -UC
j f Stock the lo that in- one year, we ., } ;. "
at \"t'>ot ligun.* such Joods. can be cold in ii 1 county
:1 collated the young dime novel reader. HANDKERCHEIF'S RIBBONS, LACES, this 't1aee. In.DRY *'''''''':I for the reason that owiM".wiUit ""' n "T'' 4.. 5J

: \ ** Come over these 'ere loving knees, my son, : i ",*t
-; \ and let me show you how I raiacd sixteen Notions and Stationery. : O Q OWe :1)S. Hardware< Tin &. (Crockeryjvare) Furnished for Buildings S

i children of own."
\ my have a good 1 Line of
The boy yelled and struggled, but the Con" rtinB in part of CALICOES, GINGHAMS, 4 B1th Public and Private; &
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DKLAINES I LAWNS, MUSLINS JACONETSBEREGES
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:1- !!; t.t fatherly clutch wa. on him, and in a few seconds i EIXilNGS CHECKS, DENIMS: Ladies Dress Goods and Fancy Calicoes, Notions and Stationery 1 141t r

; I assumed favorable I DRILlS SHIRTINGS, SHEETINGS, STRIPES, ,
4 hehad a most posi 'zstnatos; furnished when desired. :j .
-r,_ HICKORIES I OSNAI5URGS, JEANS COTTON' DOMESTIC: GXDS: )U.th Northern and Southern "'.
tion. As te continued to-yell, the reporters f I --4 1 I
ADES, IRISH, DRESS & PANTS LINENS. COLLARS Manufacture.( ; .4
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were.requested to strike'up a song and drown CUFFS, NECKTIES, SUWl'ENDEKS; ; i Mture Oils & Pate Umbrellas & Parasols SPECIALTY.Superintending the comtructio! of Buildings : 1- # .l.- .-,4afrI!; .. -S 4. '
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I. SPUN :AND SI-OOL THREADS, PINS, :NEEPLUS. A Full Line of HOSIERY, Lthr =:\
Ium While Jane 16 3m. ,
ont. Bijah spanked they loudly I ,
BRAID in BEADS
4: J,. variety, JET SETTS, S I'S!

: .. ::- saugc. *nd FANS NOTIONS. in thi Department of almost every. It 1 I 4
'i.. 1"'. variety Hollowware and Willowwaro, BENNER & PINKNEYr -
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;ii *"f| had a'ornOjwhich I wool d u't go, i

.:." -l. I'd dump him into the Ohio; Letter, Note, Bill and Cap ,Paper, *. '- r
Jeans Cassimeres & Cottonafles for Men's -
.. wear SHIPPING( ABlY OPISSION MERCHANTS : -
-i-f'. } ::{. I'd nell the buggy awful cheap \ 1 4P.tiJ
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:: : .And trade the harnen off for .nheep. Copy Books, Spelling Books, Pocket and Memonm- From which the moct fastidious always find pome- Saddlery and Farming Implements, .;

.,." < .;,:;. : Hat ha! ha! dwn Book*, Pen aud Ink*. thing to plea e. OfReadyMade NEW YORK. _..
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Ifearhiniyefl-

I t.. .. .Bgah lays the-rpank Toilet Appliances.., Clothing, Sporting and Fi.Mng Tackle, ConslgiunciitH of Cotton Solicited. ,

i On well r S 4
t : Such u Combs, Soaps, Extracts, Powder !and Perfumery For Men' wear, we oflcr a good range of Style,quality Itefen to Mew{ \r*. W. W. Wall&Co.,of Tampa .- -
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S9he did. When he had fin lhed his con Ac. and price, and we make it a jwint to have them !5--
I fit the tu.tc of the Cooking Stoves Stoneware Ac. Ac. -
lureha."l'r-and to complete the ; :
the slid for the door
tract boy saying never uit, we offer S Florida Land, Daily S I year.....................,...................> -
.aword, and looking as humble and repentant Cutlery <&c., .. 6 'inonthp..............:...>..........;........., -S
/ defeated candidate for a ffice. \ AND'Emigration .. 3 moniln. ....................._...l....!..J -
;t : '; as county Including Pocket: and Table Knivea and Fork, Ka- Hats of the Latest t Style TAMPA, :FLA., fTri-Wetklr, 1 year.........:_........__.....;. .k

SOT, Shear, Scizzors ."-c.: '. f h 6 nmnth. .?.......?.?.<>...,?.....-; (
""Ah I how tender memories p of the % I' MWeekly ::1 mc'ntll"._......................... -
-- ..many And Agency 1 .\(enr......... .........................._ 4 .
long ago that 'ere job awakes I" sighed the Hardware: Hollowware, 4' G-nutntht"'..;..........:.\.................... 1 r old man as'he brushed a tear- from his eye ; .r A 1. LLOF TilE ABOVE LI J.1OF GOons) :3 months.-:.................................. 00 / 5pcvinn
Boots mid Shoos are kept constantly on hand J, and for Idle at No. 19 University Place $ copies> JOt'nt free (.n receipt of 5 eent j -\ .'
;. I and'he blew his nose quite requently as he Nni1i.-, CrockeryVOOd and Tin-Ware, Chain &.. the lowest living Prices, for i rx-Jr Money can l be fnt l>y 1N.4.
:rc umed his dusting.-Detroit Free Pfev. of all description* to suit this market That combined the desirable quality of comfort and I IegL'tered: Letter, or Kxpresat (lot rUk. %.. -

i dnrtl.ilitv-tn.1: alM the more desirable! one of hiding New York. .J: II. ESTILL, f jS
I the deformities of an ugly foot and making Sav.nnjili.t!ia.
-Amputating. Dead Sinn'leg.it j (
A FULL LINE OF
hand-Mime foot look,more beautiful till. t
waa shortly after! the battle of Antietam Cash or Country [Produce. Correspondence: i-" I'Olidk'd with partie owning i idl
desirable Land to well. 36-3m. '
:Surgeon.Abraham'X yddou Cox took charge I ::1 j
OUR STOCK OF HARDWARE &c. AI
I of a field hospital. Dr. Cox wa an elderSfi Groceries& Provisions August Peterson, I '
c I We wIll pay the highest Market Prices for
.ly and somewhat eccentric person, but he was Comprise!* everything in that line fiom a Neeille a 1'

:. .., ,an eminent surgeon, a_ profound scholar, a genial CORN, FLOLTVGRITS, MEAL, RICE BACON 1 offer excellent Urind'tone.We lliDK: (XM. FURNITURE I Practical Painter ; ,1
SALT CANNED FRUITS and VEGETABLES ,
gentleman'and a true patriot. At a ,
: cont-i-ting of IeiKuadi! 1'aba'h! .Stand-
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COTTON
JELLIES; PICKLES BUTTER CHEESE, SARDINES ,
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;1ater day, borne down with exposure' and CRACKERS MUSTARD awl SPICES.: Chairs, iVc. InGroceries& LEAVE: to inform the citizen* of Tampa '

I overwork, he died at Chattanooga martyr KEROSENE and PAINT OILS, SMOKING and HIDES, BEns \"idlli1tl.tt he i ii! now prepared to do L i iS \
CHEWING TOBACCO SNUFF and CIGARS, of Provisions. PAINTINCt in all its hrnnC'hlIoujtO, Sign.j, Carriage -
the altar of One'tIa in .
'upon hiscountry. ) various qualities and brand*, PIPES and TOBACCO : and Ornamental l'3intin-Gl'Iiiuin -iindPapcrhanging .
the performance of his mournful duties, Surgeon BOXI;: and alro many other articled. CEDAR, : hiving !j'r.'utic'Otl: the trade' fur '
I Cox essayed to 'amputate the 'mangled We.alwa:.!' keep} a full Stock: a* thin 5 il! our I'ECT-); twenty.".... in Europe[ anti AnuruoIIecn;:n e"

::1 .limb oj.a .Conne tnt soldier. He had become All of which he winlM to sell at the LOW LSI LIAR DEl'AKTMFAT.) : S ORANGES, to c'\n,lite all his work with noatii'staiul, aiviiracy.N. I

I greatly absorbed in the delicate task, LIVING PRICES: for In our Stock will 'alt-o alwajK l lie found n good a.<- I H. (;fr.iiniii: ; Siiit and Ornamental Painting a ::1
oortmcnt of cjncialtv.Vorkt"hi>p in Masonic: Uuilding. :i iTauipi Ip
'.when the medical attendant remarked. \ .4 POULTRY
1) 'C. 15. 77. lyr. i
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:i "Doctor I think that had better I
,
._ Uhe operation,.'the man is you sinking very rapid-stop CASH or Apoied COUNTRY PRODUCE. TinwareV ooll and Crockeryware, -S SUGAR, 1 --HoF! Tampa Bay! I j'

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With. Hake Oven-i, Rake I'.nn", I'oti, I Jll'atin11,1 LiJ.L11
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\. "'VeUi replied the doctor without looking < .. ,kintlln.: ... .
Being thankful for pa>'t t, he will endeavor to merit :: \ SYRUP, ;
-,,1 : qp, "the 1\"ork.is nearly over, and I might future, favor by keeping up a KULL: sTuCK: of We kec-j all kind- c tf f Statitfl'T"t in common u'e, Orange Grove Hotel
No :SihtM'l I I'H: ' ,
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, -.as well finish it. all cuch (; XHH IM are in demand in this market, ; ,
; xelling them a.< LOu he can afford thl'nI. nnd are in coiiMimmuitioii willi tht IIl'tot diulerx ( ('. &c.
_: Soon afterwards the attendant declared l
: paying strict attention to hU lmi-iint and the m.mti North and :South and nr. )prep-m-d! to t c. "Doctor, the man is dying. of his customer. HM old cu..toJlleJ'Jand the .uh-\ notice, all I kind of got'III tz., in anv. iiuantitr that mav. TA.MPA. FLORIDA, ; S.
- ; The doctor had th'eu removed the limb, lie invited to .all and examine lii lit < '
generally, are (
:and was engaged in taking 1 up the arteries, : good before jiurchaMiig elsewhere.'o ) I In arranging; our hiiHinc we have not forgotten Call in anti' examine: our Stork before purcha..inf* L. C7MVJJtf., Proprietors. 1 I _ _ 5- 5''
-l
rlew henHotting.
that the ph Mcial )wcp< of man s.IntIiiet niiuirctnfrtihment S
\ <
____ 1. and he quietly remarked: )-to mett i thin want hi\e been thoroughly rynovad-dnnd is now open I _ _ _ _ tt t
we
providetl
nSiilooii HAS
' 1z "It is due to my profession that this opera- Charge Made for nJioichiGootlx.. on the river, known as : r the reception of Northern \Visitor : 4

M- 'tion fehould be carefully-completed," and he Charged for showing onr Goods. All who (' >joiin til here I h..t winter were delighted. 1

: i :: 'calmly went on. c' H. T. LAWLER.., 'TILe "T: 0 U V fl. .F1,". This locality is particularly! itrotniuended u-t a reI I ;

He had begun eewing up the stump when ...... tort for Invalid! I __ __ __ __
L :thehopital steward came along and said : "- Quality of Goods and Price" '(;uarantee.l.W. % ;
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT Which if furuiihcwith! ) a Ikir of the UxtIjiquors Xo pain* will }lit" hparcd to make Ollt..t. fl'\1 l at J-
p* I "Doctor, there's no use of going on that hume and comfortable.Tampa f

L. 1; : 'man Js dead. : : !h.. N(I\ .. 17ih 1877. 6m I d /
and W. WALL \ (0'. ._ '
r : Surgeon Cox made no reply until the last 75, 77, 79, 81 and 83 PETERS STREFT, (Late Sew, Cigars, Tampa, March 2 1876. ly I \

:stitch had been taken. Then {gently caressing A IIILLI\RDR()<<< >m and TE -.I'IL1EY., TAMPA HOTEL. I I t.
I'l the with one band he removed Levee,) near Pojdraa, New Orleau*. where lei in the .
stump "ure can ('njuil..df way: it likes Notice to Shippers d

N. S :his spectacles with the other, and looking up, l*--i, ud where all w ant.- will be prt>iuptl>- fiippliedby rrRflhl)1, ,. U'I 0 Vi(1fl.
said that} : Prince of llar-Keepirn,
cquitely : -( )-

;_ t.:' "I am sorry that the poor fellow is dead S Col. W. T. HASKINS, -I:
!I e !bnt there is one consolation about the matter .
; For the sale] of northern and western produce e For "QI/itl ['ro QI/(). .
S.' ,he has gone to heaven with a "flap" that he ,. TillS HOUSE IRVING U-en enlarge.! and 4 a \

may be proud of." To meet the Tran-i: \,ortatiiy demaivls t>f our trade M now ready for the receptio on .
.. AGuODSlTPLVOFTHE >OLLO\\Kj .AKTICLK we have Schooner: called i\e, IfLO. II' DILL .. r U liiests. ) S
I :; .To Blake Butter Hard.The that: ruin regularly
.. LEASED THE LARGE AND COM-
ALWAYS HAND:
)- : following be of advantage to HAVING WAREHOUSE at the foot of Location-High, Dry andPleasant. :1 1
may
:
, Between this Point and NEW{ ORLEANS
I 'some of our readers; who make butter during PORK, BACON, LARD Tables 9iipplie with the be!'t. a --
t the summer months: "An English butter S ,

! maker of large experience<< who is now on a Anti l :arc in close conncrlinn<< 11 ilh the ptcanier Val- Washington Street, tables m connection with the House. Miller A Henderon Sole Agent Tampa, T..
FLOUR CORN OATS try City and i'iik, anti with extensiveAVliarvos
this for the of looking ,
z: visiVo country purpose k I). ISAAC llt.U'Tgl'nt: .. March2.7DR.BUTTt'
over our cheese and butter dairies, gives I Tampa, March 2d, lyHeiTinan
, L iiiux \ { Warehouses( \ We are now prepared to receive :and put in utore all
, t the following information concerning a method : HAY, CORN MEAL, articles of merchandie ohipi>ed to our care. I 1mm ii] % \
:' in practice amng the best butter malcfAs Vei.sshrodd\ \ (

:: of England for hardening or rendering;: butter We are enabled to otTer to patronthe 100000t facilities I DID. 2LEIghthSt. ; 'irvnrk
.
'aud solid the hot weather POTATOES, ONIONS, BEANS, at the !'nnlle! expenWe I'hall\\ continue to fur St. Louis. Mo. v .iwI. r
firm during : Carbonate S..A.TD T) T.... ) R km. .a4 ..... -:10-. hi tk*....-. pf Ommj /' '
.,
,. !
.s.M ,. .
of soda and alum used f for I pit ,a.-
i are the nihCOR.IT la lb. W.... en1M -iz. $.....--110I j 1
.
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4 purpose, made into a powder. For twenty DRIED FRUIT, Etc. I AN"D FLOUR Harraess Maker &c. pnetinlmt MVwfetturf --I
The
of butter of carbonate We will also hand Upholsterer PHYSIOLOGY OF MARRIACE -' 1
1k I pounds: one teaspoonful Keep on a large Stock of
i 'of ioda and of alum AT FUEIGIIT; ANI)(.() DII .qO -that in- TAMPA FIJi.Can The PRIVATE.... : MEDICAL.. ADVISER
one teaspoonful powdered -(S)- Boob J1\at.1 -f---! iii tjlf 1_1..u_ ,.
ACTUAL COST-to the full extent we can I. J---I s.4 .. .sad
FLOUR -
I mingled together at the time of churning drttJIu.I ... ::
are raie the lueaiw tt, pay: the Pniduoc inarlit I..ing be found at the comer of Miller A; Hrtider- .. 'rb.7 b..Uebn' ..' .s.d__=_ Ito ,
I and put into the cream. The effect of based actinl! C'a>h. '.. Store ready to do all kinds! of work in .....'sad veLa.ry .Mod5........i.Is..d.TW. .%book,b.t*..rfl.4..4 MS \.. -

, this powder is to make the butter come firm Canh Advanced on all Cotwignmentu(Not PerwhaUe.) \r either upon buy or m-eh __j S CORN, his line. Repairing{ of Harne-w, Saddle, &c. attended ..1IfIe.1ri&II"&MIIL&.a_vtelw.IMMW....,.......r._i"'nte1LIa ""_.d.i...._.......-. r.. S
and it clean to promi-lly. lie kec "" on hand a good IItock Mr. M*ww vorCil*!Ia BO wmj ofW'
L .aud solid to give a sweet flavor @W ) | d.v bst Ie hinj t" ...,_ '
; It docs not enter into the butter, but its action Orders RrtpectfuHy Solicited and jilltd at OnAll Co iL-i-iiineiit. HAY, Leather, Saddles*, Bridles, Buggy Hames, Saddle .i.s.k.......i.,"-Ido__, .'_ ,"Iediae.u..1ri&II m.i, 1
I flags tirrol", Sircingies Girthlll "e- ., 1t. s.4 1M Pa3:
l is the and off with t9! MEAL
upon cream, it passes I Irncat market prife*. Aom th. MMT CtoTir'ws to
.,
G the buttermilk. The ingredient of the pow. i the product of the Country for which we can Valuable Place for Sale. Nn..a-Ik.L..i.rmjcM J. -0 CM.i : r
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, der should not be mingled together until required : Tampa Jim 10th. 76. tf. find a market, here or elsewhere GRITS, boa r.....MTotaa_ .*..Hi.-hi....loU :
; to be used, or at the time tho'cream is I "'.: thank our friends for their 1'atronago and Containing ItO acre of good pine land with 800 -.,-aa...,-....... 1

: i put in the churn ready for churning." Bramick feeling that a mutual inteieat i it) the true pvnnt of S POTATOES, orange tree*-"00 of which arc now bearing for -- 'I'IIe- ...-."-.," ''y>VC S.
.. Henry trade: we have thought it right:: tn yield l a gittid partof ?8K,( )\0, or the !wme place with lt>0 acres additional 1Abt "
our profit to the c..nollUut.rhI) Iv.nrn all tlibunion. for $JOOOO.,( Thin I'l3l'i" located in the ClearWater
;" A Good Interest Table. Our Clerk* are attentive and we invite all OATS, section, 2 mile from Bay View on, Old Tampa PILE J h

who have to buy, to call and I I.k at our M. <>ck, and S and 4! mill from Clear: Water bluff. It in elevated _._ ,
% : *The following interest table is worth>> pre L. we promi-H' that we will thiei fully chow you our SALT and healthy. For particular* apply at this. I&tba lUI Cvt ee., : I

tfr S serv tng. Multiply the principal by the number (; _
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happen not to buy our \\ hole'tock}' on our first --- ---- ----- -- p1.S ,ru.o._ i I
of and divide RICE, c.Which r ( -. I
q days, : vir-it. SCHEDULE OF THE HACK LINE"RETWfcKX -::: 4 5. ; ,
i' r If at 5 per cent, by 7,200. Boot and Shoe Maker BoB-' Lest we might l loe misunder-tmxl, in con equence PRESCRIPTION-FRb .
L 4 ffa.t 6percent., by 6,000. of our fair way of !'peakinga.s to terms!, we : ,

b Hat 7 per cent, by 5,143.If notifies the public that he keeps on otter our l'U"ttolUt'1'IIC My once fur all, that we lan we will ell at \really reduced! rate, brWholesale. Tampa and Fort Meade. Cuf Ih. tpi'dy mod. all L5r dteordrn,uS N.nin.1Manhood himicht w..k.L'on by,fir.rrvUon ... ,,

tf at 8 per cent, by 4,500. HEREBY assortment of excellent leather and l li (buy only for Ca>h or etjunaltntp[ expect dtf'nts. or A.ZCt........Any.....IwizgIM W. J. QCE biu IIHI I.ln I"_*-., i.
L' If at. 9 }per cent., by 4000. A prepared to do suhtaantial and neat work at fair C G. I. P. IHialynnki & Go. have otarted 1 a Hat-k ue w.s ala s.. .4r.... tt.rt...U ta."

), If at 10 cent., by 3,600. pnces. Cash or .Equivalents, LIBERAL ADVANCES made on all Connign- Line from Ft. Meade to TampA.. which depart and ........I..laN'n ,

-. If at 11 per by 3,273. Jackson' Corner, Tampa, Fla. I I menf 'entni ted to our care.Reapertfullr arrive respectively an follow*: O P I UM y..Ort&I"al.at: ...._.. ..._.?* .
) ,: percent* July 28, '77 lyr. When we nell our Good Credit being the ground Leave Fort Meade every Tuesday: Morning Wid I OptaB Kattaf.. I. W B t>trC\
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r .. II at 12 per ent., >y 3000. "m of HIGH PRICES:: arrive at Tanijia on WednesHlay* at nocm. -- .t.na.1i. GfMMA_ C.1.J. ?\
If at 13 per cent., by, 2760. Now U the time to advertise in W. W. WALL A CO. Leaven: Tampa every Thursday morning and r2wsdh..,a to$7.nrnlvm ffL (
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4 ch .. If at 14 per cent., by. 2,521. VE SELL For C..L SH. Tampa, March 2d, 1876 IT arrive at Ft Meade eve'ry Friday evening.; rI s.-%..I...-.1(10..i.:Uixt....., Sort4tii.'ukiUM.Tm g|**agv* v ,
Five Dollars i N the fare for a .inglepasenger and I
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SUN TAMPA FLA. JUNE 15. j
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'EVERY SATUnL COMMERCIAL CARDS &c. PLAYED OUT DR.I[Read J. P.before WALL.the] Frnit Growers'. Afwociatiou, by postI placed stiff poles, and checkered them I table to it. The good hammock land of Polkis .

r :PUBL1b 5 R a1( 1tICE: JACOB BORE, ATG'l"8T'C81UCF.. off at right Angles:! with light lathing-distance I of as pure a quality.as any farmer. could .-
'Vmmro The
OF'UFFI &1t. Pine-Apple.
i; RICE BORN & CO YES apart from twelve to eighteen inches. wish to possess, but it is too good for fruit, ort .. ; r ,
EEra.y
GENTLEMEN
:-Tho plant which I have
On this scaffolding I rice straw does not to the constitutent a LL
: put or rye seem possess ,
That is just what's the Matter with Thousands ofPIANOS
undertaken discuss this 1 s
to is
ISING RA'l'ES.1:.:: evening a purely and in the absence of either of those materials qualities necessary for fruit to thrive on. < 4,'
AD : Importen and Dealer* inFOIiEIG & ORGANSScattered tropical of America. It is found wild insanity
I 3 Yo. I 6 :Mo. one
1'io "ll'J I used l the gray moss. My Pine-apple Core, oats, cane, cotton, etc., will do extremely k t l 'tJl
I $G .. $10' maratiuie districts in the northeast of
1 Vf8 fl6 f2.> \ ', DOMESTIC AND COUNTRYHARDWARE throughout the Smith' that children are square was located iu the northwest corner of well on it, and with good cultivation, nei-
dailv forci-d the fact that South
to but
practieeon, rogardlcssof America it has much
been.very
S I e11t5: Its 4o--- neither i pleasure nor I'rogn.'an l got from an antiquated ay! garden, the paling fence being a barrier her too much or too little, a yield can be obtained r
e ear. cultivation. It has also
been
? ..... .InchMa rpace. S'r worn out relic of the days when their changed by against the cold north and'We8t winds blowing that will net a handsome profit. 'There '
UAR mothers "took music.i If gradually diffused tropical and subtropical ,
.Are. tt will charged a you over underneath the scaffolding. I think it are tracts of farming land, in Hillsborouga t 1

; l lowed by law.S" :...... ,.,. ? Want your Children to learn fastand couutrics/iujd 1 not ouly as a cultivated important that the plants should be protec- that are just as good but Hdllsborough on the ., .' j f '
v liDe..yeul1Cootn for'it naturalized in ,
noioeill plant t'id.
Local fully
-. ith AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS: become musician, bur them-elepant] New In- ted against the north and west winds blowingon whole, does not possess .so good a farming
lI1erchanu sup ptrumenU. with the ofthe Parts both of Asia and Africa. The
improvement .
preentaKe! : many 1
: a1,6snae,rrerl tltontiia and them under the scaffolding. Possibly, it country as Polk. Hillsborough soil can
afia .JIettlem.\r... and you will be surprised at their rn phi advancement. first particular account of the PineApplewas .t r
fI J of : may be of interest to state how I got my raise vegetables:! will)), but good fertilization .; {
BUILDERS' HARDWARE GRATES &C. .
given by Oviedo in 1535; and it-was in "
i ,Jy_ __ 1 Qmtruti .... .. tt0Delcr..ft1 .q bject to Holland that it firstbegan to be cultivated .,start with the Pine-apple. I purchased two will be needed to make the yield large and ., t

.*'ti1ange every three nvethi and mttlemeita 'acpordingly. ", fine-apples and from around them obtainedfive very -profitable. }
CUTI ERY, in hot houses. It introduced into England .
-
'. : l > was
\ suckers which, with the two crowns I Orange county seems to be a mixture of 14
ftbitoxrie*'exceeding ten lines will be charged in the.tud of the sevententh, century, ,
-(i< Jat M adverUMtuenbk Ranted, and out of the seven plants succeeded everything.: There arespots of good farming ( '
and its ,
cultivation became in
;JLdertiaement! wertai 1m than One Month $1 I EOS(, HAILS AND HOLLO!.ARE,fa rapidly general in getting five of them to live. I gage and*, good fruit lands, and good! lands for 1 -

,1pper Sttaare for first vJ T'*cepta for each snbaegnentw ., the gardens of the wealthy. It is only since them the best attention I knew how for about raising frogs, but Orange county cannot, as a .'. '\l '
+erUo the of 1815 that it has received similar f
Advertisement not marked wirfe the number,. of Tinneri Stoclc, Toot. and MtuJiines, House peace three years before they commenced to form county, compare with the other two. It is t'1 ;

tlmet drill be iMertod. until forbid, and' charged ac- I Furnishing Goods, attention in continental .Europe. Speaking fruit. With the appearance of the fruit, or, more flat,.at least the portion I saw of it, l!
: 'o r i in> the language of the botanist, this plant Uknqwu !
>hin'gltarFCiALTtt. re1 to liberalAdvertlsere.'p : l perhaps, a little earlier, they threw out from and ponds, marshes:! and swamps are numerically \ tJ
as the Ananqssa saliva and belongsto .
:;" n ,. the root from two to five suckers; those, with strong. : ,
TSEM3'OFSUBSCEIPTIONt: TIN AND JAPAN WARE. the natural order Rro1l1clia e The I
1
the of I would A of would to Orange I i ;
immediatelyremove
exception one, system drainage give q
per Aatit m i ((in adnince,) ,- : '- 12.00 ,. ..I., fruit is a sorosli, formed by the calyces and .
'M Six Moults, _- 1.00 and plant after the maturity of the some fine farming lauds add fruit lands in ;.i! .'

Ein. 1e l)>1'r., .: '! :- ,. iC Sole. ..1ue;ts." for the CelebratedCHARTER bracts: of a close spike of flowers, becoming fruit. A majority of those planted by.-the) abundance.: HilUborough possesses its fine : 1 f i
Kuk' Jignfi.lW! that your succulent and combined which is a distinctive : Id
r'A Ct:ties 011 your paper -
middle September will produce fruit during sea coast, its magnificent bay and accessories 1
s, term has and
: o!( .obcrip&.i.oo: expired, govern your- feature of the Ananawa. Tho J ->!
;,..,u_I1.3a .. I OAK STOVES, genus the following year." that always come from the same. Polk possesses 4i .
.. Pine-Apple has a number of long serrated :
,
'.., '
-- will close the attention its bc:1utifullakesand unequalled cc'r. ,
Finally we. by calling : "jj
:: ..BDFB8fJIONAL des BUSINESS CA&DS.S -taYf- sharp-pointed l, rigid leaves, springing from i
1. STREET of the members:! of this:! Association to the ; nery ; and Orange has its portion of the Bt r1 1
.: < .t ; '" ,- 89 & 91 CAMP Instruments the root in the midst of which a short flower. I
"- u. C. L.lIJTCHELt: Superb large number of Pine-apples which my friend, Johns river. 1 a
>.f. ". :U' from old aud ,perfectly reliable Makers are now sold stem is thrown up, bearing a single spike of :
Branch House, CO7 Magazine Street. Judge II. L. Crane, is cultivating in the enclosure Your readers may not appreciate the val .
low and!
tuch terms that all 4'
Physician fo Surgeon:, tIC) extremely on ea..v flowers, and therefore a single fruit. From ; ,
/"; creation can buy.JLTJDDEIST. of the Orange Grove Hotel. There : ue of Orange county's possession, the St. ......,
!New
iT.S EADEFLAMitcheir Orleans, La, the summit of the fruit springs a crown or
i !I' \OFFiCE-Ts. DdalyDdl3 S Store, ,. Tampa Florida, April 22iid 76 I y. & BA.TJES, tuft of small leaves, capable of becoming a they can now see them in almost every stageof I Johns river. It is what has made it, what

SAVANNAH GA, Broth, from the small plant to those with has built it up, aud what has poured wealth t
M.BROWN and used with the '
C. new plant generally
\I'i JD F. BRANCH, very the f/uit nearing maturation. A few I have. into it. It is a means of connecting them
11'ITIIWALTER >; The treat Wholesale Piano and 'Jrgan dealer. of suckers springing. from the root, for propagating
also i in own yard, planted on the south with the outside world, the means of transporting
my
t the South, sell inctrumentti frtin all leading It
; 7Physkian & Druggist. now as, in a state: of high cultivation, per
-r R. & Co. )h.kersil't.t\ to J'ilr'hMt.N, on the No Agents, No side ot, and near, the dwelling. In this location -: the product to markets, and a means ) ;
k' t I i y ST< ivn (miniiioii flan: : at Munnfactuixr'n Factory Price fect seed is i almost never produced. Therearc
AT JrISiOLD .
they have passed 1 through two winters of landing visitors within their borders: Certainly 1
*, thereby ,giving: i piireha.-ers the large c mmis-. varieties of the Pine-Apple in cultivation :
many
)ad IG. 78. Ir. WHOLESALE MAXtTACTfSERS OF ", without other than that affordedby and iU i,
lions heretofore paid to \pent.* From ? 0 to $100 protection Hillsborough possesses Tampa, ", ,
of which have been referredby
some
H. R, ;Benjamin, EL.: D. C LOT H TN GAND :dt-r ldualh..an'fl"this now avstem.in the )purchase Write fvr of :an particulars.; in-trnI1l'nt. We 1111- some botanists to distinct species. But the surroundings. About last Christmas line of steamers but Tampa bay is only at

& can't l he undersold.. we had a matured fruit and there are now one spot, while the St. Johns runs all through .
:Physician Surgeon. 1 the number of varieties universally
.". greater are -
7 Octave Piano *, $13.d Stop Organs, $ 1>>
'
others in an advanced stage of growth., Orange, and for miles is a public highway to /
BES1DEXCE. and a. laffmSet north of TOMJKL 7 l l Octave Piano 1457J 1-1 J :Stop Or :m", 00 referred to Ananasa satii-a l. and differ
oa Xel>raLa .Ae.'. Octave Piano, ItiO Stop Organ.s.; <67; in'the more or less spiny surraturcs of the I It strikes me, gentlemen, that these facts it. Polk is without either : it possesses stores (

OFFICE.-Corner of Franklin & Twipr Streetn JOBBERS IH'CLOTHS AND CASSlMERES.13nltimore" Grand :Sjuare: Pianw, 17S |11_ Mop (Ordain) \ 78 I clearly demonstrate that Pineapples may be of wealth but it cannot develope them. i
1 leaves, the globular, cylindrical, or pyramidal
Tampa,Flv \.01.3,1\0..1-1 jr.T MASON &, HAMLIN ORGANS ,
tx- cultivated l with more success; than any other Hillsborough, too, is the same, notwithstanding
7 : $l04J }H> $10$. form of the fruit, its! size, &c. Great care
I Stojw
>r. Jolui 1>. 'Vnll Stojw) wholly tropical fruit ; and consequently I its outlet at Tampa, for that cannot; obtain J
IMd. is requisite} in the cultivation of the PineApple .
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Send f41 the Xorth and be Str',indled. deem it of the highest importance that more the products the'interior, as there areno : :
.
Tulll'aIarch 30. '7-V N lyr. .... which without it, is generally fibrous .
TtMPAFLk.iOFeICEIn attention should to it than it has of the the .
like Clm-ker- bopaid means transporting same to bay.
Not makers
reputable Steinway, and coarse, with little sweetness and flavor: ; /
Ijlock Ka-t of tbe Court JIOI11:15n J01IX 1IAILE. \.y rillLirT. LATOX.JTATLE ingStc-ck, finale, lout l> 'II'L."U" 3 Manufactuivn who hitherto received. It seems a very peculiar fact that Orange '
J: E'sttreeU.T j advertise ?!ltOi'iaoaf rt>jhoh; :::'I3Piam; ) ufurrIiJ;;, with it, one of the most delicate and richly .. Hillsbor-
which does either .
: ;; & LAWTOX_, ?:270Organs! for &di).. IXt-q.'tion and Fraiularein all flavored of fruits. [From Ashtabula (Ohio) Telegraph.] county, not equal

,. N Micli.abciird oiiln>. instmnienU ma-.le I by ol-J Let us what the South :Florida Letter. ough or Polk, should today be selling her .
Factors & Commission Merchants, and always reliable manufacturers: likeChkkerinjr noS.C are requisites as

ATTOJlNEY ATLA I : t &: Son*, Knalm & Co., Hall"t,'.: })avi", regards:; soil and meteorological conditions of Since writing my last l letter I have again lands at a price that is simply! enormous to :
North Commercial Mathushek Piano Co. Hainex Drew., Mion! & ][ the price obtained .in the two latter. Land ;
'. AND WharftCharleston : amEn climate for its successful cultivation that we been over this portion of Florida. I have 't ,
: and yon will have those that will lut: lifetime used for orange culture .with no or.bearing t
crop
SOLICITOR IN CHANCERY S.yC.Bagg'ug and please: vou better c.tr\' day.0 may arrive! at the fact of the feasibility of iU made two trips together equalling a distanceof : !.

'T.1uPA.ILA.r, \ BOGUS OK BETTY: TRASH open-air cultivation in Florida and especially nearly 500 miles. I think I am somewhatin trees upon it, sells: for m'ott1: money per ,

,.f&- Office r In fl1e!& Je'* Building-Cp'Staira.uno'lrt. .. sold from our )houi supplied, Liberal Advances made InstnimenU we ell and full information: AM tontialitv because of their of
4 T m; J878. F. 13ly.WAtU on Consignments: of'Jotton:. Eke;and other durability and romjmrative} value will 1 Ii. ciieer- and rather andy: loam characteristics geuer- >osed of arid what it U capable of. I ready means transpor ." -'

1. Jt. 0. \\. selection and seetire for them the linrst Iu.trument 'YJ .
; of
"SHALL & .t..LLIS; -- : for least jK,>-ible price i is our invariable nile wanting, arc readily "Obtainable. No great letters. My I journey was made up by two possess a means transportation! travel .: '

k' & Conusclorsat Law REFEIEaCL4 : amt] to thin we owe our immense I>Ul.'l.'l'l\ullhiinl'rl.-: amount of soil is, however, necessary, as a trips. The first! was from Tampa across'to once opening up their interiors. and connect GlBKES & Co. ing trade. ing them to the outer world, and to good kk I i
k EDWIN BATES Cx considerable: : proportion of the nutriment.o:fI the St. John's river.'. It certainly was not a ;
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A. 1)
I we can sell goo.I l in-lrUIII\'lIt, ,; HO cheap, I the i is obtained from the it time for and I markets they would quickly build themselves : t
CII.t.4. A. S. JOHNSTON' 1'roidcut Bank of WHY plant atmosphere: propitious\ traveling congratulated
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SOLICITORS IX CERY,
I cciu-eVe: are 17holt-':dc I calors> (notnwrdv.lgent full of and full of ,
ab, TAMPA, FLA. f* .._ Charl !tun. .. l0! tf. : *,1 reprvMntiug manufacturerin: seven being in its nature something of an air-Idlwt.: myself on seeing the country in aboutas lip to a country }people 1
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; V ILL PRACTICE in all the Gmruof OUTH I i I States and scllini; more in-iniiiicnt4 yearly than all Its roots, however, nriy be a foot f or t'vo in bud A"state and as wet a state as it was money.
B. GUODUALEE; KOV MY
A.
Kits.
P "" FLOU1D.V. Officer-In Fricbele', Loilding.S. other profit StiitluTii on each Idtalerlnnbinel.i n-lrlllllt'nt is all:A we small want.wholeKale length, and are rather largo, .tender anti sue possible to sec it. This last winter has: len The.projected line of railroad that the people '--... .

:J\f.: SP &RK1IA-TV GOODMAN & DI tERS, culent. unprecedented' in wet weather.: We have: hail intend building from Tampa to the .St. ...

; ..&:tt01-IIC'3'Y' at La,v, Stand from Uncle The climatic conditions required are a rain until! it became a matter cf serious consideration Johns river: will, realize a condition beyond J.

-, : *AXDSOLICITOU WHOLESALE a"lld crcriib'nly! ,u/l""tImrr fur I. alt, "' w mid fur tropical heat: and humidity of atmosphere. 'a* to whether the country was to the most :SlD rtI l C cXI"-'Ctntion Here is, a
that J.l(:/*/>rX.- HA TJ'S ain't all//lt'/It be primeval in everything, ready to
ertr undrrM. country produce
i r IXFT.1 Clr.-tXCEI both of which conditions \tare found in our become a universal trout pond. There has I ,.
Ofl/llt Nil in for nil 1'im'" and Onjmi ulY rig ami
)MEADE, FL.\. und no nuttier ichrrc t tI.t jtrirf find bottom,, nv are climate l:1.Ile; for the growth of this plant been no season so wet as this fur over HC prolific-ally, produce all the year 4 :

i' ""TILL. PILVCTICE in all the Court of South TOBACCO. & CIGARS, 11.I; <:;.:I..L' ,.I Jl..L\.3':. during the whole year with- the exception of years. But Florida: at least South Florida, round; crops, vegetables and d! finks that tho 'J'.

'\ t, Florida. if You hear ii!> ixiw. Conic and C ns when you get: time. an occasional cold snap 'during our spring has a happy)" knack of !shedding its water., outer world will eagerly buy, and at good I.' ''\

-' -' LAW OFFICE. 133 BAY STREET LUDDKN- ).......]-:--& n.\.- TE.. .- $, Savannah. -- (.;Sa. -- like winters. On account ,of( the low growth The ground, will seemingly remain 1 perfectly prices ; here iJ a country ready to do it: and t '

envick Taylor -d U. S .l\LAIL I of the plant, protection from the cold during impermeable while it is ruining::: but, directlythe the only reaou why it-!V>es sot-do is be- JI : :} {

A these cold spells is effected and the rain i U like from duck's back the wjss! there is'no; means to transport. But ; -
''- 't- SAVANNAH C A.Tohuro 1 i easily over, \ .: ,I !
-t_ ; CfAIXESriLLE, Fl..i. .. .
there will
be Your
; p Factory No. !8 Cigar Factcrv No. (51C I vigorous growth of the plant i is but little water_ .speedily. disappears!: very soon. esteemed citizen i -1 ...1
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.CanesS'. ". a ". LVXCHBCKIi, VA. \EW Your effected by them, as we are exempt from anything When f started- l out, everybody said that and last Mayor, II. P.. Hepburn. Esq'1;j; s 1.

> ,.'' 4"ptomptneM.. Tampa, March 2576. ly.ECKMAN I, liken continuous cold spell of over the rain had gone for good. But then everybody has just completed l the survey for the route .' ;

''. 't L. FIXLEY. & VBTSBURG i from one to five days' duration. In plantingthe .I turning prophet at one time spoiled the of this road, and preparations are" being '

; Y & FINLIICYS j I crowns:; and suckers in our sandy soil it i is }business. If only one had prophecied I believe made: to get to work as early as possible and '

\: 2 ,,, ( deemed of importance to use some menus to it would not have rained, but everybody then speedly to complete it. : -

; at Ln.,, 'Wholesale Dealers in : : prevent the sand being spattered into the setting up a ProLbilitston': ," "why Mr. Hepburn has made many friends here, "' 't' X

,'ro.J-_.. < frJLLE, FLORIDA. Sel \Teekly ServiceTO buds by the beating rains, and for this purpose the exception had to come to prove the rule aud he C"ln, on his return, tell you how stran .... "'_.: tJgcrs
the State and Jtera.l Court*-. .1.a. '
-t. Goods received
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; -- -4 special attention to land litigation Dry Motions &l, nature has provided us with tho very and I had to stand the excepts, It commenced arc hero. f

--: ;,tui7nw in the U.8. Land Office at Jackson article desired iu the long Spanish mass so raining; my second day out, and Just a word! about snakes. I have not ....

1 Fla. and Washington, D. C. Savannah Ga.June common'on our forest trees. A bunch of I II kept on the whole time almost. I might sayI seen a rattlesnake yet, and Mr. Hcpbnrn t
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: CEDAR KEYS
--T- AND TAMPA this laid around, the with his corps of men, surveying over 100 :
t, :COMMISSION MERCHANTS &c. 9. ";7. tf. ; I plant while.smallj;. answers made my.journey from Tampa to the St. XH
r an admirable in the : Johns in and miles of country, walking wading and! swimming
p purpose, keepilig a swimming style, having experienced $
r TISON & GORDON A. Einstein's Sons, riA .if.i.v.i /'/;;; 1'1) ECJIOXT. sand: <<1 out of the bud. l a good Floridiau soaking on my through hwampn i hammocks and 1 creeks: : 1 r 4

With attention to c'ulth'atiqn' failed to encounter or arc one of thee tail
first consider that I made
*' proper : trip, can was a regular -
COITON FACTORS ]BY "rE.\l Elt; favorable purring |Jll'tJl. One ran imrt with a 'mo coe- I +
WHOLESALE DBA LOS: ; I IN seasons: mature fruit may be'ob- : Wffertin by the second. My journey

). ;} '- tained in from eighteen months two took three sin i occasionally but they glide air. iu quick t... > *
Vi tlf.| years.After me across! counties-Hillsborough, : .
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\} rjt.T.. C( )ClLr.J viv. : ,
BOOTS TS I as p-fc-Mhlf at the 4igiMcl mUc. j
SHOES frSavannah the fruit begins to form it generally requires Polk and Orange. In comparing these counties )
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W. P. JAC'KSOy, )L\ TII: :. l,' TaiMa .. John is dI
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-'- Merchants. from three to {five months to attain I as to the quality of land: Polk must un ,I rum | t = t. 2
n. IxravcTain.t: Tti>: .}).\Y (ui Polar K,-vArrive ", .
: .f | As I about HI* milt T.. rvxjtc I have already .
evidence
of the
Ga at Cwlai Keys on w'll\Esl.11': : maturity. aa success attending oubtedly be given the first place. It lNls- ;

t SAVANNAH GA.IUSSIOH Leave CKlnr<< K'y"n:fX..:>.11.\I Y for Tampa, some efforts made in this section of senses a soil on the whole, that would decidedly i descrilHil', hut I tm4 MJ a few words on tho

b ..-,: Arrive at Tampa (,II THlllSDAY.Ixav ::: : theJtc to cultivate the I shall from With l eople' you melt with. un the way. I have M
CA-RHART & BROTHER \ Pine-Apple yield a good profit farming.
j Tampa: Fllll:I I n VY for (Vl.ir: Revs.lrrive ,
C PINKNE : -' at Cwl.-ir Keys ,,u ::0'\TI7HII.ue ).\V. quote from a letter to me front my old and! very little fertilizing most of tho land can be .. nut "itl."ititun here who cxjxxl. on going J -.

Importers A and Wb lesale Grocers Arrive: Cigar at Tdinjji Kevs on on SUNDAY.:SATURDAY: for Tampa, time-honored friend, 1)r.V.. T. Mayo, formerly made to yield crops that will compare with ,ut into-the primeval country, away from '_ I t

bi ,. For Freight or Passage: (having excellent living in the vicinity of Urooksville. any bawd farming state. I saw corn,planted, j the towns, to find beautiful houses, gardens. .1 ,

; MERCHANTS XOH. CO .9111! 08 Park Place, acconmiodations) apply to the Captain onboard i Hernando) county, where hi.s experience in and in eleven days after the plant was four lawns and fruit orchards ; to tit down to a \ ,

r : ,-. ... NEW YORK. or to i j I.cultivating: this fruit was gained, relative to teen inches high:;; and iu a fine healthy andthriving table loaded with the choicest of viand, etc., 1
.. NEW YORK R.- H. THOMAS: Agent, Tampa.l the'nmt'- and they seem disappointed to find the frontier Y \
He
: .L" -- j i says : My experience in the I condition, and 1 I )anticipate a yield i
oJP i C. R. POST -- - ---- ---- .cultivation of the house. The l log hut, in all of its primeval irkI
Ii. ._ 'Cotton Solicited. DAVE WILSON. : Pine-apple has been much I from that crop of 50 buheU; to the acre. Not I p r.
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t:;... '. ". yt too limited for me to give }'oU.nluaLc. information I alone did I see corn in good condition but nature, and to have to take epi-gaatric ''; I
Sucrernor to POST A HOBBY, Of T I
:. l n V.W.WallACo,. ,of.Ta nla concerning them, nevertheless my j jMuall I oats, cane, rye, and vegetable! of all kinds jt exercise on jx>rk and hominy. And yet tho =

; 1. F. M. ZIEOLEI GROCER i II. MYERS & BEO.WHOLESALE : effort was u success.! I planted themin Fruits, too, do well in fullcounty, but uu1 im t owners of that log hut may be worth 8100-,- s.:

.. soil 1 i j 000. It is a primeval country, and needs J
Teaa & ZIEGLER. ordinary pine-laud garden prepared I doubtedly lIi11 borough is the best county t

: DEALERS INTolDaccos as is usual: for vegetables, giving them three ', for that. It cannot be denied that the soil j that development which has so quickly I'mo'y ;

te ,Grocers ASD./DEALER'. IN <'\ feet ditance each way ; and.cultivated themin of Hillsborongh county and so much of Polkas I I pled the West,railroads:!, immigration,energy ,'1i( "I' .,

: about the same manner that I did m)' cab partakes:! the same character of t\oil.I 'i and capital. This is coming, and before ...fA t. ,

1 fEJJBKQF'IKES S AHD LIQUORSJ49 Western Produce, Cigai-s & Liquors. bages. is the best; for the orango culture, as well in many years the dream of the visitor will be ':-11' I II
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"I protected them during the winter by for other kinds of fr"\ I realized, and the log house will be a roman, t' :': .t. ,

t ,' 51 ;;53 & 55 New Levee, 91 & 93 MAGAZINE STREET Savannah-------. driving down! posts at convenient distancesalong Hillsborough :j of the past.! / r: ':; \
: .. r possesses 5 a- good fanning I\I. It is gratifying to agreeably surprised, .. / 1 .
W '. ;. .: : ',- Orps, l'o1idt.J. Promptly Fillttl' and sati
,tt.:" ._.,' .;.;...... ..10':" New, Orleans.SS NEW ORLEANS, LA. I : cm I the tops of the plants. On the top of those= but I think fruit 'culture is must adap- L (Continued on fourth page.. M' "'r .t "'\.
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: .EVERY SATUIU.. COMMERCIAL CARDS &o. PLAYED OUT Dn.I[Read J.: P.;before WALL.the] Fruit Grower ABsociation by posts I placed] stiff poles, and checkered them table to it. The good hammock land of Polk ; -1 ; .

: HESRY'EICE: JACOB BORX, Ar cvsrra rites off at right angles with light lathing-dist- is of as pure a quality as any farmer. could -- .:.:..

\ nrmlO & 1t.- : YES !! The Pine-Apple. ance apart from twelve to eighteen inches. wish to possess but it is too good for fruit, or .. .. r .
RICE BORN & CO. :
EETS. GENTLEMEN
-The
which I
t : plant have
On this scaffolding I rice or straw it does not to the constituted t
put seem
rye possess a 44 ;
That i i9Ju undertaken to discuss this is !
ISING_ BA'rES.r : evening n purelytropical and in the absence: of either of those materials qualities necessary for fruit to thrive on. 1 4 :I
? 'AD Importers and Dealer in & ORGANS of America. It is found wild insanity 1 !
o. 3 Moa I 6 :Mo.- one
I tucd +
:: Itio a 1 'I. the gray moss. My Pine-apple Core, oat, cane, cotton, etc., will do extremely : t 1
... L'i3tG; flOL maratime districts in the northeast of
1 Scattered throughout! the Snutli that children are square was ]located in the northwest corner of well on it, and with good cultivation, neither .iii
f.8 f1Cf t23\ FOREIGN D01ESTICND OOL'STRYHARDW r -1
daily forced to practice, rogardlessof the fact that South America, but it has: been.very much
3 A $1$ tiZ.10 J--, neither pleasure fur progress can begot from an antiquated lay! garden, the paling fence being a barrier too much or too little, a yield can be obtained : t. "
e r changed by cultivation. It has also been
Inch'in i 181r. 5. worn out relic of the days when their against the cold north and'w t winds blow that will net a handsome profit. 'There t..
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;I" .A td 1tt willbecharged l-Wk *aLl&Ju mothers! "took music." If you gradually diffused over tropical and subtropical ing underneath the scaffolding. I think it are tracts of farming land in Hillsborough f' ,. {- i'

e'it lowwlbylaw. ;Lv __ ,.,.M> Want your Children to, learn fastand countries,sold not ouly as a cultivated important that the plants should be protec- that are just as good,but.Hillsborough on the j 1 !i' (t.

:.. Local notice AO line. '. AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMLNTSBUILDERS' become musician, buy them-eh-pjint; New Instruments plant .for'it s. fully naturalized in ted against the north and west winds blowing whole, does not possess .so good a farming t i r. .
CootwcjjjJtith nL
-r erly merchants with the improvement of the preseatnKe many parts both of Asia and Africa. The t t
'i : Change rrery tLpntjy, and j ttlemw and you will be surprised at their rapid advancement.Superb first of the on them under the scaffolding. Possibly, it country as Polk. Hillsborough soil can _t l
a W !IWrtlfat -J-: particular account PineApplewas may be of interest to state how I got my raise vegetables wfll, but good fertilization i i i{ U.
.Q ., q,, _.. '0' HARDWARE, GRATES, &C., given by Oviedo in 1535 ;and it,was in .
j Iy Cbatrads p..ie..1u metYat- :.bit subject to Holland that it first began to be cultivated .,start with the Pine-apple. I purchased twoPineapples will be needed to make the yield large and ,. 'j }

'' *change crery three nuethx 'and nettlemtnta acjsordinglr. c'- ., and from around them obtainedfive very -profitable. ; U4
CUTI..ER y, ul; in
a.Abttutries'exoeeding. hot-houses. It was introduced into England -
s suckers which, with the two crowns, I Orange county seems. to be a mixture of' ,
ten tines will be charged in the cud of the seveutenth,,
century, M'1
::..at adrertisemcnU.Advertisement; and planted, and out of the seven plants, succeeded everything. There are'spots of good farming ,
its
cultivation became in
a i insert ; less than One Month, $1 1 ROT, NAILS AND HOLLOWARE, 1Ttnlers' rapidly general in getting five of them to live. I gate' lands! good fruit lands, and good: lands forraising --, '

> per Square for first a.odi cent for each mbucqowit the gardens of the wealthy. It is only since them the best attention I knew how for about frogs: ,. but Orange county cannot, as a '. "'+t 1 t r1'.
tjuerUoo.AdrertiaemenU: the of 1815 that it has received similar '
not'marked' with the number of ) Stock, Tool and Madiinet, Home peace three years before they commenced to form county compare with the other. two It is 1-'j

t.imea..m be iMCrtod until forbid, and' charged actotdtngi -i, \ Funiuhiny Goods, attention in continental ,Europe. Speaking fruit. With the appearance of the fruit, or, more flat,.at least the portion I saw of it, .
: ; in the language of the botanist this is
: l T.BCIAL, BATES to UlperalAd.erttsers.TERMs'OFBUBSCRirION S'7Ga.1r plant : peihaps, a little earlier, they threw out from and ponds, marshes and swamps are numerically .. 1 fj':
knqwn as the Ananaua saliva and belongsto
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; the root from two to five suckers ; those, with strong. "'
TIN AND JAPAN WARE. the natural order Bromclia The {
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--. the exception of one, I would immediately A system of draiuage would give to Orange !
"r 'Per'Annam; (in advance,) .- $2.00 .., ,. fruit is a gorosi*, formed by the calyces! and '
and after the of the fine lauds add fruit lands in
M Six Month, >: '- 1.00 remove plant maturity somo farming :i! :
.EiwrlelyOpT; ,, ":' -, '! .. :- .. Sole. Agentor the Celebrated bracts of a close spike of flowers becoming fruit. A majority of those planted by .t)1e) abundance.: lIill>borough possesses its fine i
:*:'A Ow Mark oa your paJiei' gnifie! that 'your succulent and combined J, which is a distinctive : 1,
middle of September will produce fruit dur- sea! coast, its magnificent bay and :accessories :; 1 fu'
b. ha and *
term of( cripuoo expired, govern your 'feature of the Ananw& a. The J -
CHARTER OAK V a genus
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;'jaelf! .accordingly.FBBSIONAJ..-' STOVES jng the following year. that always come from the same. Polk possesses ,. +
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,'" -J Pine-Apple has a number of long, serrated, will close the attention its beautiful lakes and '
Ir I- -- Finally we by calling : unequalled scenery iJ.
",- & ) & BUSINESS CA&DS. sharp-pointed, rigid_]leaves, springing from %
STREET of the members:! of this Association to the ; and Orange has its portion of the Bt.: ,,1
-' 89 & 91 CAMP the root, in the midst of which a short flower- I
f r ti;: :,:. : .u. c. MITCHELL.7 ; a Instruments large number of Pine-apples which my friend, Johns river. ", ,1
from old and reliable Makers gold stem is thrown bearing a single spike of
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perfectly up
are now .
Street. II. L. Crane ii in the in- Your readers the val :
Branch not
House, 5O7 Magazine Judge cultivating appreciate
i ,: ... 4ys cfnn & Surgeon, so extremely low and on such easy' terms that all flowers, and therefore a single. .fruit.. From may 4''
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creation can 0- closure of the Grove Hotel. There of the St.
2- buy Orauge ue Orange county's possession / +-, d
Fr.IO1EADEFLA.OFFICE1a New Orleans La
t' the summit of the fruit springs a crown or s
they can now see them in almost stageof Johns! river. It is what has made i it, what
rialynsla Mitchell's 22nd 176 1 every
\ 1 S Store Tamli'loriJa, April y. LUDDEN & 13A.TJSS, tuft of small leaves! capable] of becoming a
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SAVANNAH GA. ; growth from the small plant to those! with has built it up aud what has poured wealth t 4
and used with the
new plant, generally :
I JD F. BRANCH, C. M.BROWN, very the fi'uit nearing maturation. A few I have into it. It is a means of connecting them
WITH >; The (treat Wholesale Piano and Organ dealer of suckers springing from the root for propagating 1
also i iu own yard, planted]: on the south with the outside world the means ot transporting -.
.'.t.z -t J'h iinn C Drii the South, now oll in.trument from all leaiJing a?, i in a state of high cultivation, perfect my j tt
/ R. WALTER & Co.MASVFACTfhERS Maker (5irvt-t It\lrdlMt'r'\ | ', cm the No AgentNo side ot, and near, the dwelling. In this b location the product to markets, and smears ,: tf tfor
seed i is almost There -
(ontmi siun1'1an.at: JIunufactuixr'H 1ICtOfPri never produced.
'W i AT JIIS'OLD ST.1ND. + : they have passed 1 through two winters landing visitors within their borders! Cer- 1 :
CCH, thereby J giving lmrcha-crs the largo c lIImi*-. are many varieties of the Pine-Apple in cultivation -
March .8. lr.R. WIIOLES.\LE OF
1 16. lions heretofore paid to Agent From t1); to $100ndualh..an..1 without other protection than that affordedby taiuly] Hillsborough possesses Tampa.and its .__ 1, .
of which have been
referredby
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B. Benjamin, :3. D. C LOT HTN G new M>in tcm.the purchase Write for of an particulars.; in-tnimentunderlhis "''-. some botanists to distinct species. Hut the surroundings. About last christmas line of steamers but Tampa bay is only at

& can't l he undersold. we had a matured fruit, and there are now one spot, while the St. Johns runs all through
,Physician Surgeon. \ : the number of varieties universally
7 Octave' PiancH, $1X5 4 Stop Organ*, $55: : greater are others in an advanced stage of growth.. Orange, and for miles is a public highway to /' '
,ESIDEXCE.--Qu a.M a. M/mUet norik of TarnJM AND 7$ Octave 1'ianoa. 14o Ii :Stop' (Organ*, CO) referred to Ananasta sativa, and differ
os.'icbrui&a.lrea' *'. 71 Octave 1"iU1)4. 160 9 $top Organ 67 It strikes me, gentlemen that these facts it. Polk is without either : it possesses stores (
iu the more or l less spiny surratures of the
OFFICE-C'oraer of Franklin & Twigg* Street*, JOBBERS IN{ CLOTHS AND CASSIMERES' (Jrandrlnarel'iaroa,17S11"wpIrnn-: : | ( :; clearly demonstrate that Pine-apples may be of wealth, but it cannot develope them. 1
1s. VoU 3 i ]leaves, the globular, cylindrical, or pyramid.
Tampa, Fla. o. 1-J1. MASON & HAMLIN ORGANS ...
cultivated with more success than any other Hillsborough, too, is the same, notwithstanding 1
al form of the fruit its size Ac. Great
Dr. X* 'Vnll 7 :stops, $100 I t' Stops, 1O care 1 fruit and I its outlet for that obtain J
a Joliii wholly tropical ; consequently at Tampa cannot.; ;.
Baltimorefd.: is: requisite} : in the cultivation of the PineApple 1
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Send f4} the North and be Sirhttlleil., deem it of the highest importance that more the products the'iuterlor, as there are : :
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TampaIarch30. '7.% x lyr. .L ...... which without it, is generally fibrous ,
T..UIP.L.' \. attention should bt paid to it than it has no means of transporting the same to the bay. 'i
-- \ I'hieker- ,
Not rejnitable makers: like !Steinway: and coarse, with little sweetness and flavor "
i- Otz"ICE-In Vlock\ Eat of the Court House, JOHN IIAILE. "' '.*: l' ILUi"l'. L.\V\TOX. ingStc-ck:, Knalic, but by l oiit: JJnnufactuivH: who) ; hitherto received. It seems a very peculiar fact that Orange' 1
'Burner of Lafarctte and Jtlonroe Ktr .-U.Q.A.OEOWSON". I. ( f.. ; : : with it, one of themost delicate and richly ..
ativvrtii $IKX I )) Pianos: rfr20i ,;:iiV? >o Pianos fur$17;;,
.
kILE&aLA which does not equal either Hillsbor
II ,,r1l ON, ?:;Organs fur $ : \ Mich.nboiinl (J1I?1'1'. hay in.-trull\l'ntlllJlaJ I by ol-J} Florida ough or Polk, should to-day be selling her ',
Let us what the South Letter.
Factors & Commission Merchants, and! always! reliable manufacturers; like now sec :sire requisites as at that is enormous to .

ATTO.RNEY ATLAWAND : : i Chickerinp, & :S..n.*, Knalm i<: Co., iallct.S H\\"i", regards soil and meteorological conditions of Since writing ray ]last }letter I have :again lands a price simply! "

1"j North Gommerctttl IHtarf, Mathushek, Piano ('0., I llainen Ur,n.., )I\J<.. & Ilam- Climate for its successful cultivation, 'that we been over this portion of Florida. I have the price obtained .in the two latter. .Land r t t
lin and you will have: those that: will li-t: :tlifltimennJ used l for orange culture, with no crop or.bear t
SOLICITOR IN CHANCERY Charleston S.p"O. pleasoou better every .1;,,'. may arrive, at the fact of the feasibility of its raado two trip together equalling a distanceof .

: r TAUPA.1Lt: ., ,, xo BOGUS ou jJKArrrv: TRASH open-air cultivation in Florida, and especially nearly: 500 miles. I think I am somewhat ing trees upon it, sells]], ,fur' m'ot:6: money per I

N ,Jfiir(>$ce,In rreJe! e'* Boihling-Cp'staira.T ; sold from our )hou* The )lahr'14 numesarcon nil in this latitude. The best soil is a rich in'a position to know the country, what it .is acre than the city lots rn Tampa. It is simply -.
Bagg ng supplied, Liberal Advances made InstninienLs we sclland Ml information ax to finality i- because of their of
mpaj; June hit,J878.., 6'. IS-ly. i. on Coiu, meats of ':uttoi, like;and other durability and comparative value willI..* cheerfully ; and rather .<:andy loam, characteristics geuer- composed of and what it is capable of. I ready means transpor

j. at. BALL .- Dw.ir.*:. witus.W"ATiX Produce. ; given. To aid purchasers in making a judicijui emlly obtaining in this state and where have no cause to alter or amend my previous tation. Did Polk and Hilisborough only "" ,J I .
nelectton and) k.'Cllrcir/ them the finest h I ,
n.tfl -
: of and travel.,
: > 5c WILLISr I I -- mei.N for least jioft-ible price i is our invariable nile wanting, arc readily '.),tainabl No great i ]letters. My journey was made up by two i possess a means transportation I
REFEm.c S : and) to this we owe our immense MICVOW*and increasing once opening up their interiors, and\ connecting .
Attorneys & Counselors at t Law amount of soil is, however necessary, as a trips. The first was from Tampa across
GIBUKS &. Co. trade. them to the outer world, and to good t
Kuwix BATES Co. considerable proportion of the nutriment ,of the St. John's river. It certainly was not a

I ANDSOLICITORS A. S. JOHNSTON&, 1'ro-Mcut Hank of WHY we eau s Ii K":; "*' iu-truiiients HO cheap the plant is obtained from the atmosphere, it.. propitious( time for traveling and I congratulated markets, they would quickly build themselves t
IX CHAXCEn r, '
lectst-else 'hoK alc Iealer( ,
are : rut full of and full of
1 to
a people '
TAMPA, FL.K. Charlestou.. 20! tt. merdv.lgent.,1) reprcMnting. inaiuifactnrersin: even being: in its nature something l of an air-plant.: myself on seeing the country in about up country }

1, r\V ILL PRACTICE in all the CuurtA ofOL"r(1FI.OIUUA. ---GOODMAN.- : --- ---- --- states and selling more iu-truineiit+ "l'lrlthan all Its! roots, however, arty be a t foot or t-vo in'' as bad n'state and as wet a state as it was money. ..
A. B. LEE; ItOY MYEIW. ..
other Smthcrit Ik-alcr combined. :A small wholesale ; ...
'VY FricbclcV + The projected' line of railroad] that the
Officer-In LuMing.'s.
profit on each in-lrllllll'lIt i is all we want. length and are rather brgenller. and suc jxcwiblo to see it. This last winter has Kcunprecedented people S

i :ML SPARKIIAi GOODMAN JARS culent.] in wet w :\ther. We have: had t I intend building from Tampa to the St. ... rt
,
Stand from Unde. .' The climatic conditions until it became Johns river, will realize a condition beyondthe J.
.. ti'torJ1C'Y tit La'v required are a rain a matter cf serious consideration -

y : "ANDSOLlCJTOli rf II OLES.1 LJ- and Itt crrrjt-K/y wultrtl'iH'l vncffur* (Ill, Ii.w and f..r, tropical heat: ami humidity of atmosphere, 'as to whether the country was to most sanguine cxj>ectations. Here is, a V
1- erer that L{.'/II H.\".{ U.l1'JII't a/llll1'OI" be un- country primeval in everything, ready to produce
both of which
.' ; iy CHANCERY.tFT. conditions \are found in our become universal trout pond. There has I',,.
tlrrnM (aunt itA1 (fir nil Piano and Orynn 'irll, and all "
.' MEADE, FLA. and na nuttier tchrre the prir?*.find bottnm, ny are climate :-Mutable; for the growth of this plant heel, no season so wet as this for over HOyears. prolifically, produce the year '. ,

\TTILL rilACTICE in all the Courts of South TOBACCO' & CIGARS, ]-lI C.-: -1rr 'TJJUV.l'J.:: : during the whole year withthe exception of But Florida: at ]least South Florida, round; crops, vegetables and fruit that the "., .'I

pi, \... .Florida._' 1t You Ilt'af\I" now. Conic and C UH when you get tint(. : an occaMonal: cold snap during our !spring pasta happy)" knack of shedding its water. outer world will eagerly buy; and at good _"_' S\ .\

LAW... OFFICE. 133 BAY STREET LUl)11L'.1TES- )-/ ----.. Savannah-- -: (.Sa.: --_. like winters. On account of"the low growthof The ground will teemiuply remain l perfectly] prices ; here is a country ready to do it: :and 'I -,
,
; nvick Taylor 'or-. j U. the plant protection from the cold during impermeable while it 5 is raining; but directly the out)' reason why..!it tM'l : 80t-ud "it is be- i i."

A'G..tXXESJ"ILLE SAVANNAH: GA_ these cold spells is easily: effected, and the the rain 5 is; over, like from .\ duck's. bnclthf' !I. '!\usa there silo i menus u> transport. But '. -!
FLA. ...
.:. -j t "\ before U.8. Land Office at Gaine- Tolweco F3ionXo. 8 4 Cigar Kactcrv No. tilGi.w.ifmui'v. Sa.J'LAIL"I vigorous growth of the plant i is but little water. .speedily' di npp! "-,irs: --. there will be very soon Your esteemed cit ;l' '

:f' ,' ...... SC' aid at Washington, D. C. attended .. \EW' YORK.Taropa effected! by them, as we are exempt from anything When f r--started out, everybody l said that izen and last Mayor, II. P. Hepburn. Esq, vlb i .1
;> '. 1 .. March 25, 70. has the for the : '
1 mluneM.r ly. just completed survey route :
t I like a continuous cold spell of over the rain had gone for good. But then everybody -
I I
r ECKMAN & VETSBURG; j --' I I I: from one to live days' duration. In planting I turning; prophet at one time spoiled the of this road, and preparations are" being

G\EY & FINLYo: j the crowns and suckers in our sandy soil it is business. If only one had prophecied, I believe made! to get to work as early as possible and '

1 !I! deemed of importance to use some means to it would. not have rained but everybody theu speedly to complete it. V : '*&
.c: =41143Ys at DLn-AV. 'Wholesale Dealers in : :Mr. has made friends here '
; ;I prevent the sand being spattered into the setting up a Probability stort'h)', Hepburn many ,

:k S R,VILLE. FLORIDA. SCIJ..LA.T cokl: 7" Service buds by the beating rains, and for this purpose the exception had to come to prove the rule, and he (.(m, on his: return, tell you how strangers ..... I' .; : f
: State and Federal Court -
: 'Pd 10 *- GooJs : '
( r r,1e li0 r pedal'attention to land litigation Dry MotionsSavannah &c J nature has provided us with the very and I had to stand the exception. It commenced are Ieceiyed hero. t r

-': 1i) bi mess in the U. S. Land Office at JacknonfFla. 'TO article desired iu the long Spanish moss so raining my second day out, and Just a word about snakes. I have not ..
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1 and Washington, D. C. common'on our forest trt'e,. A bunch of kept ou theilOle time almost. I might seen a rattlesnake yet, and Mr. Hepbnra t
', Ga sayI 1
= :: CEDAR
KEYS
AND
i. :COMMISSION :MERCHANTS &0. June 9, "; ;. tf. : TAMPA, I this laid around the plant while.smilll I;: answers made my.journey from Tampa to the St. with his corps of men, surveying over 100

r an admirable l purpose; in kcepiiig] the Johns in a swimming tt'lcnntI having experienced miles of country, walking] wading and swimming "

TISON &;. GORDON; A. Einstein's Sons, VIA JLl, x., T1-1; AXl' > IWMOXT.1JY sand out of the bud.} V a good Floridian soaking on my through swamp! *, hammocks! and creeks V f '

With (failed to encounter or sec one of these tail 1
proper attention to cultivation! and first: trip, can consider that I was made a regular

COTTOlSr PAGTOES WHOLESALE DEALK33 IN '-"HAMKIl: favorable! :seasons; mature fruit may bc' 011. Wfteran by the second. My journey I purring Inth. One run nutrt with a '"' "O&I I 1

'> .1 tained in from months f E I sin occasionally but they glide: vff u quick r. : t
eighteen two took three counties
'\NV tf.< years.Alter me across -Hillsboroiigh; :.
rx.T.. oW.r.JACKSOXM.sTii' ( C.1 I.I.1.:
i. 01' BOOTS, SHOES fr .11 TS, the fruit begins to form it generally requires |I I Polk and Orauge.; In comparing; these con n- :! as jvf) >ile] at &IM ,liyl rt twLc. .

,' :; : :. : From Tttt e t. UM> St.> Johns river u ... ;:
Mere \ from three to five months to attain ties, ns to the quality of land: Pulk must tindouhtedly f :
: .4 n ans.a Leave Tall1plTI.n.: .\Y An (War )lets: about UD mll. .*. "i"-, mttt I have ': :
: \8:1.:1 evidence : alreadydtscri1'e j
j Savannah Ga. Arrive at tV-dai Keys mi \\'EI>XI':>1)A V. maturity. : : of the success attending be given the first place It JMISsesses -

;: I' 't' SAVANNAH GA. L'aCt.lnr Key \\VK1 XESI>.\Y for Tainj-a, some efforts made in this section of a soil ou the hole] that would t'd.t-I} i .I, but I 11W4.* Miy a few worth on tho i

76. ly.JMISSIOH CARHART &..BROTHER. Arrive\' Tainpa at Tamj.a Fill:(.\1 n>111FH..II.Y.L'n VY I f,'r Cedar 1 : .ICevsi, the state, to cultivate the Pine-Apple I shall} edly yield a good profit' from farming. With J!I jK-ople) you HHW Kith uo the way. I have J '

e Arrive at Cedar KI"v on ::0\\TIHII.Lcue : ).\\'. quote from a letter to me from. my old and very little fertilizing most of the land can blI, I I. nut with visitors h4'l'e"b" cxjxxt on going '

J .. .J'PINKNEY., Importers and Wb lesale Grocers, Arrive C at.lar Tainja Keys on(n J-UXDA SATURDAY:' Y. for Tampa, time-honored friend, Dr.r.. T. Mayo, formerly made to yield crops that will compare with out iuto-the primeval country, away from \ :, ;,

For Freight! or I'sissajje: (having: excellent living in the vicinity of Hrooksville.Ilernando any good farming state. I saw corn.planted] the towns to find beautiful houses! gardens,_ 4, I

HERCHAKT8 NOK. 5Q .pried t81'ark Place, acconmiodations) apply to the Captain on I county, where his experience in and in eleven days after the plant was fourteen lawns and fruit orchards: ; to sit 'down to & : '. (

y, r :, ., : NEW YORK.C. board or toP i cultivating! this fruit was gained relative to iuchos high, and in a fine healthy and table loaded with the choicest: of viand, etc., ..- \

.J ,.. .4 ,' i7" NEW YORK.'" -' ,. ,- II.. TIIOLSgi.'nt.. .. Tampa.. i the same, lie says : My exp rienco in the I thriving condition and I }anticipate a yield and they seem disappointed to find the frontier ': ,I'I
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.' ">. too limited for me to give you valuable! information I alone did I see corn in good condition, but.! nature, and to have to take epi-gastric :" r ; e; "
Succerwr to POST! A HOBBY Of TulMiaer Fl 7. :' r'V 1 ACo.oC.T&Jnra concerning them, nevertheless my oats, cane, rye and vegetable? of all kinds. exercise on pork and hominy. And yet tho j. \
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!' F. M. ZIEGLER.r GROCER- II. jSIYEES & BEO. : small effort was a success.! I }planted them Fruit.*, too, do well in Polk county, but undoubtedly \ j owners of that log hut may be worth 8100-- ....

IDT) .ZIE LER. in ordinary. pine-laud garden soil, preparedas Hillsborough w the best county i (UK). It is a primeval country, and needs J ;-' 1

s WHOLESALE DEALERS INTobaccos is usual for vegetables, giving them three I. for that. It cannot be denied that the soil i j' that development which has so quickly peo- .v t '. 'I
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ASD DK.1LEB '
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esill e Grocers 1, '"' feet distance each way ; and. cultivated them of Hillsborough county and so much of Polkas i pled the West, railroads, immigration,energy :...,: t I

: in about the same manner that I did m)' cab partakes of the 'same character of roil, i I and capital. This is coming, and before :: 1

JpoRfER8 OF'i1HE8( ,MD' UPRS Western: Produce, Cigalas: & Liquors. bages. is the best for the orango.. culture, as well as !' many years the dream of the visitor will be 1' ., -J':, .
and the house
realized will be
"I log a romance c t.,
o { protected them during the 'winter by for other kinds of fr..t.IIiIl i f .:.r.:v ,
.less 58 j 55 New Levee 91 & 93 MAGAZINE Savannah .. of the past.! / ,: ;1
4 & STREET, Geo. driving down! post at convenient distances borough ,
a' good farming '
p possesses: : I It is gratifying to be agreeably surprised, : .1 ': _
t...l-. ; ". ,'$ ,,' ', ,', On bru, colicitcd l'romlitly FHlol 1 and satifacti 1 along the rows, to stand about one foot above land too, and good t for the rauiug of vegetables is it not ? I have met with such throughout 1 t.

t.;,, ." ... : ':i,'New, Orleans. NEW ORLEANS LA. G.\U4LtNTEED.: } Oin the tops l of the plants. On the top of those 1 but I think.fruit culture i is t Continued fourth > ,
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;, .,*"' : J4Ct the Democracy be oil Guard. DEAR.TRIBUNE: GENEIWLNEWS.Mr. GREAT EXCITEMENT AT FORT ; k
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fHESUNLANDTRIBUNE. .o/'CO.i
': Feeling'as Mark Twain Hayes has signed the bill forbiding
.. hear intimations of numberof
Already we a
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: ; .. ; : further retirement'of legal tenders.!
.: ; J.l- : '.'VALLi -. '. :- ..' _... Editor. independent aspirants for legislative honors quaintly expresses it-somewhat "universally a cattle The Grandest Revolution o : 'Ik :
Mexican Indian raiders have run g'or
.: 7' !1'. 1&' Pub'r&Bu.siness'Manager. the This unsettled" from the efilcU of exposure to, r
:::. 7i .- : Spencer,' ia comi g fall election. move from Texas into Mexico at San Phillipi. '.

c:. '. --:Tampa, Fla. Saturday, June 15. 1878. is being inaugurated under the plausible pretext the hot sun and continuous rains, in a. long -Pope Leo XIII. has sent a dispatch to Turco-Kussian War Over but 'far de _ the circuit I ,
and tedious con- ,
.. ... for jaunt over
there
t -- ---' -' ----- --- -- ---- of being no necessity! straightout the Emperor Germany regretting the late ,
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.. .:: '. .tuB1ner-LetteibouM .he; arot to the cluded to try \\'bnt'irtu there might be ty I B'r .
;, party action\,but the truth is it Li being attempt on his life. :
;. : :. > 1'i U.berand )11.IUI.o'"er-Comml1ni. : &c, to friends of Clear Water 1. t'Tames, ,
;
; :, '." in the interest of those who hope to a flying visit to my Russia has consented to/participate in .
... .: : '.- Ihe.EJ't ,*. f .got up i iI / !
." : )h;.;: :'trdr :::;- _-_ ---_', _.------ defeat the election] to the]:United States Sen- i Harbor-made.my arrangements, and set out the international conference to establish the c. I I. P. DZIALYNSKI M}) '
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::,::. :. Notice.Tha I accordingly. relative value of gfcl l and silver. ,
( winter of Democrat.
-t-' ate next a straight out
\\1' :: .:: :. :'..-:' : 'r Democratic, voters of Hillsborough i : This is the game: that is going to be tried to The,country, which for. eighteen miles west -The interest bearing debt of the govern tffiGHPRIOES30QO gaUons. .'

'..j .i,> cuuniy,.are herb.requeted: to hold. primary be played in nearly all the counties in South of Tampa, pteseuts n surface about equally ment increased the month thirty-three of million dollars A gaJPs } :.Agt's. i
during May.
,.' ?: ,,:'_ :>.::i'lncctipgain;! their.rc pccdvc election districts Florida and the cards interspersed with creeks, bay-heads and cy d'
being
: already ure
-Rear Admiral Gore Jones of 'the Brit- REt i
!
_ WHICH THEY ARE NQW ( _
< :t' : on: turi1a'yJ\lUe15th, and elect delegates 'packed for it. None but milk and water press sloughs, becomes, as it nears the gulf, ish navy, is in Philadelphia, watching the .

: .. =:v.la represent' them in County Convention, to Democrats would undertake to play the role high'' and rolling: covered with a vigorous I movements of the Russian officers there.A THE NORTHERN WESTERN AjfilM & CO. :

}#";". ;:_ be 1 bcli, I at:!Tampa' Florida, on Saturday June of such independent candidates, and therefore growth of pine, blackjack j and willow.. oak, I decree has been issued proclaiming a '. '

'i, '.. :3: ,.24tJor: ; the purpose of appouiting the : the.people! should be wary how they trust with an occasional group or "patch" of live regency in Germany nud appointing Prince OUR GOODS ARE SELECTED; FROM THE VERTNTATT< Georgia :

1?& ( .>: .County! Delegation to the Cungresslonal Conif' oaks, and dotted here and there with a 'pretty Frederick William Regent. the people.} \\V5haveendeaTored to Uk" dv! (. ?* them, let their professions be ever so fair and kxxla such FIGURES,M to beJenabW.: 1 to off, '
LOW
4': I ','." : .j' ventfon!! .at Monticciro; Fla.. July' llth, 1878, plausible.] The Radical are not going tospare little lako; nestled! amid the hills, where -T he jury in the ease of Rev. George B. thatwhlisuit at rated CIGARS I :

and :a transact such. otherbusiues.4' as; may money to strengthen their party in waters, deep and limpid\ abound with trout, !. Vosburg wife, bus trial returned for aHem a verdIcTof.ting to Ttctitat poisonhis TI-JE:: JO: ;T jVELCO? (E ;, ,

'; '. cuuu.{before said County Convention.. Tampa both branches of Congress, and consequentlywe bream, soft shell turtles or terrapins, and tal. WEit\KE.-WAROS so ONE, bu\wellhall: givePANDARO, '.
II 1. )Fla. \ 1878.' EXPERIESCE.We: -- ...nraeh t.) ktmw be -
: / 3Iar.280rt may look for many wolves in sheep's little alligators. Kate Sothern's trip to the Georgia penitentiary !- wantp 'EPICUREAN I : '.

1 Jonx r. Lisui clothing in a political sense. -The soil'of these ridges is of pretty much was one continued ovation. iler TO I SELL ATTHESMLLE4XMEIuCAN. JA.SMINE'&C., ...

= .. Cliairraan .Co. Ex. Coin mn.tee. .., All we uk U a FA 1R Till AL. Our Oood *reT>p ,, ,.
., ,;* ; S the same quality as that of all the. higher husband and child will remain with her dur- There \
object., i 1
the hare jrained our S
itUfy people 1Ie
_ :., ,3 :- NVii;; C. BROWS, Secretary. The Constitutional Convention. lands of the county, except the extreme eastern ing her ten years' imprisonment.A fact in, tra know Times are Hani and we are Kitufied wlIfT ---- .j t tWestCigars

t ....., ;; -S.-- With great; unanimity the large majority of portionsand of its adaptability to fruit Ministerial' crisis i is generally! expected : COM R TIIE ONE ASD .ALL SPESD! i !
:':;* Real and'Fictitious. VaUtes.Oajmoro lake word (or It YOUBft:
Don't :
BAHUA1NS. t our
the papers in the State favor the calling by culture, no better evidence: need be asked iu Spain after the present session of the We opening the LA1tOESTSD .'. L
are
: ; have heretopolicy Cortes. The Constitutionalists to"be
: pccagions.lhanone"we the next legislature of a constitutional convention -' than the fine of and hope in Soutli-Florida, at LOWEST PRIOR:! FOR C.VSIM

_____ .I ... ', fore iuvcighed., Jlbrainstth of land. own- ; fbr 'the revision of the constitution.This bananas to be groves aoen oranges mile; ,or guavas two along raised l to office by the winter elections.Escobeda'iu ",,' ,. yon con find anything that a well l re.uL"\e.t! Storo ougl n.Chewing!J TOBACCO'I O O ; .
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:;- ...i 11 Idfug them at fictitious'values, looking every cpmmand of the Lcrdist will mention a few items and their prieea-vis. "* :
_ r- :" it a subject.which the people should the coast line, and even for several miles back. forces in Mexico, i is constantly' receiving reinforcements i BekotlTIES., -, '
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t., ':, p' prospective results when. this or that hap- carefully consider, and in,their,county conventions Six miles south of Anclote river, and about and it is expected'wll1 take Piedraa Best Prints to 7 cent LNlies F' .- Jke ei i\ 10 eeotta. : '

-::: tliij the and' few cont nual- Bert Rio Coffee, 22 to 25 cen '. .
not '
_
case, a are Best Gingham* 8 to 15 cent* '
t ure, should give expression to their Messrs. Mayo and Wall. Judge Black, in referring to the investigation !- .
: ; l laeiug. driven away from here to some wishes in regard to the matter.Ve decidcly These who have resided there ot the Presidential fraud, says, "the Beat Pin, per paper, 5 cenU. ,9, Beot Brogans" $1.25 to $1.50. .::.". '_, ':;. ,
: *point by the high prices dcinanJal l for gentlemen mill to be sure, but there is nothing Beet BrownShirting.6to8CeSAt* :_ Ladiea and"Gent Fine Ilow 10 to 15. ". '
u'gomg '
: favor a convention, and are, moreover, convinced since 1874, own n saw and grist mill, which in the that be Chinese Fan*, 5 ccntt. #*:: \ Beat OmaHurgs 10 to 15 cento. :l--. '
h. What ia of these greedy hopper can legally ground. 't
; : more, many that the large: majority of the people supply the neighborhoods 'of Curlew Creek, Returns from show that the lest Family }Hour $10 to$11. : ," 1 Yard Wide Colored: Cambria 10 to 15 cent -- ,( :-

{* who refusefronA'$1O to $30 )cr acre for b for doing away with the present expensiveone Yellow Bluff and Anclote, with lumber and State was carried by ,Oregon the Democrats. Whit- Best :Needles, pr paper, 5 cent \L ..:', .:
: !: superabundance lands, yet want to Good Mens' and Boys' lists 25 cenU.
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in the formation of which the intelligence "grits" aker (dem.was elected to congress: and a > /

: : 'ue --thtm:at.tlie l l'J down figims whengivirg and decency of the State were excluded. In They haye: a fine young grove coming oil ; majority on joint ballot in the State Legislature : And all other'Good, in proportion. WE KEEP OX .\NDAITLL: SUPPLY OF ': :.....::- '. t
them ITS"u: nr is assured. :
discussing the objections of the Sun and Press, raise in plenty, potatoes, watermelons and '
,..,,11h that mueh to any Lcdy.*lje, thtare Senator Gordon has been invited to deliver -I GROCERIES HARDWARE TINWARE
the : ,
Pcusacola; Advance uses the following vegetables of all kinds ; have in their yard i 1 1
: "o>rib that much to them, and they should a 4th of July oration at Evansville, ,
vigorous and sensible language: about dozen beehives which would supplythis :
; Lf' to aaxczontheirualcash valua a Indiana: on any subject he may select. It is
e
That able journal(SUI and Pre&f) is mistaken town with honey, equal iu purity and expected that he will receive a cordial recep- Saddlery, Dry Goods, Notions, Glassware, Hats, 1
The idea of from $50 to $100 acre
ou. :
per .in its of the substantial excel-
opinion color-and far superior in flavor, to the famous tion on the occasion- .. .
: .tug asked: for lands near town, and then the lence .of our fundamental law. '. '' .' '
existing
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shot .
golden syrup of Louisiana: ; and within -The German Emperor who was by BOOTS & SHOEs.CROeKERY ; d*
: :re-wantingtogive.them.inat $1 25 perncrr"ia There is scarcely any one of the numerous Nobeling in the street is rapidly improving. ;. .. : y.-: <:,
few arils of their door can at .
a ,
; step any
which different
heads or divisions the y
j perfecily absurd. The cash value of : designate He was hit with 32 shot in the neck and arm. :
subject matters.of which it treats that time, and on short notice, furnish their table Farm &o. Vs LVI1'And
It i and thcce arrested Provisions Implements .,
:::- .' a tiling u its rue valueand the'CounlJ'CoIllsui..iuncrs Nolx'liug accompliccs were ,
docs not require many essential changes and with the choicest fish of the gulf, from chubs! and "' .
-, in equaliuug rate of taxation, modifications in.the provisions under it, and imprisoned.Ex.Gov. i a Thousand other thing too nnmerotu to be mentioned.e thank our FriemU md Patron< J
1' :: 41anUII]! I value lands at the prices offeredroused which is not susceptible of vast improvement and shiners the size of a mans finger, to tar- Hend rick's docs not sanctionany for their Patronage herelo'ore! bctowed on ui and trwt by FAIR DEALING and KL DTB .?or'- .1 ,,
; i from five feet in Mr. from the XIE XT merit continuance th* .
pons, measuring to seven attempt to oust Hayes to a *me.
.Ji J fur them. I by the addition of rules mandatory and prohibitory. .
'
:4 :' 4 y I The .single .question of the judi- length, and weighing from one to three hundred Presidency. He says that Congress made a G. I. P. DzaMynsld, Mitchell& .-
final settlement of the when it % \
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question adopted
or1 ciary, the organization of the courts, manner pounds while the'marshes 'and bayous -
-. : :" Ii-; The; ?ditor i the Manner, having the of the Electoral commission. j
of appointing judges and other officers,the with flocks of report r.' t
filled
round about arc plovers
i forced .m tb, ootiee" him by !his repeated
,: division of jurisdiction, territorial, civil and -A great deal of feeling has been manifested .
-fiiu gslt the TEIBUSE and Tampa, has been snipes, curlews, marsh: hens and other aquatic the late Dr.
& .i1 .'; criminal, so as to ensure the speediest and over attempt of Nobeling
: ;: leased l to.retort,In.his' issue of June 1st, by most:'certaiu disposition of business, and at birds, dear alike to the sportsman' and to assassinate; the Emperor William. It jj CLOSING O UT-! : '

J ;. : .v tjuoting against the editor of this paper certain the same time secure an economic manage- the epicure. said that this feeling has been stronger than

; ., falsehoods originated by papers well ment of that branch of go'crnmentthis; Their dwelling is on a ridge nearly thirty that manifested! over Hovdel's attempt! inpropor1ioi'

: /' known to 00-aatKDcmpcratic with whose uestion, with the many subordinate ques- feet above the sea level, with a gradual slope as' the results have. been more .

., '" :. tions that appertain to it, is one of vital mo- to the water's, edge, and the: varied and ever serious. '

editors he formerly! Iwbnobbcd in the Radi- ment to our people is one in solving whichwe changing pictures presented by the waters of -Mr. Boll, member of congress from the YOU CAN MAKE '

: cal ranks. contemptible course in this can least aflord to be led by empirics in the lieautlful.bay lying in front, no pen, or Ninth district of Georgia, has called ou Mr. *:: ,..

: matter is not only natural on account of the governmental science and one that is in every pencil could describe: with any degree of approximation Hayes to try and effect some arrangement by .. :.'

: -...M IJodical leven in him, but is begging the way worthy of the weightiest consideration: of ; one minute, smooth and colorless means of which parties in his State indicted '
our ablest and-most statesmen.! the blue the vault of f lorillicit, home and BARGAINS !
experienced as glass, next, as distilling may return GREAT "
'(1uCl"ij"on which he first mooted and is ef--
: an I, .
.
The question of suffrage citizenship and He2ven"ith flashes and sparkles a* of innumerable make cro1i'Mr. ., "
', furtj;it) take.refuge in, a' tissue of lies of which others kindred to these, furnish another. field diamonds scattered over .I its bosom, Potter has'replied! t to Secretary Slierman's ,.' ;

,; ,_: he might!have' been: ike author had nature for a radical change, which cannot be successfully then, as some passing breeze disturbs i its stirface request to be represented before the investigating tri' THIS: Sr'J.'OI'l.E: OF >' ::

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.f ,i.i9iit4.them. We are glad to know that much deliberate thought and a thorough acquaintance brown. that he or any ono else named in the resolution WALL & CO. .
W. :
,l li nzleazt of the dis- : with the experiences of other On the lauds of Mesrs. :\I-& Co.. ,which of investigation may have the, benefit: of W. : i:
-I;) J!;; ,-has.some conception
in embrace"
Slates them. Our constitutional
er.lingith more than two miles of nlitio4coutitluous ; counsel, but that all questions put to thc,w L- ''\ .:
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tuuc.r.and.npprcci&tcs.UM keenly and sensi- provision for a homestead exemption is: water ,front, is the miueiul spring, nesses! miiot be by members' of the committee.Governor .

.. ;. ::... ?:*tvyl\| %" which separates us, or any other g a- sorely objectionable, and requires judicious which has been spoken of in the TKIDUNE Braytou, of Idaho Territory, OUT: ; '

it: -' ; '.' i kttnfrom. himself; and we also trust that modification to render it anything but a premium before, and which the Dr. is so fond of telegraphs that an Indian war is imminent. THE STOCK MUST BE CLOSED ; ,

on rascality and a fraud on confiding persuading himself and his friend, is l'oneeLeons 10 .. .
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: Ills natural be Senator '
I : etupMity may sufficiently per- Stanley Matthews, of Ohio, one of '
-. creditors. The withdrawal from
practical Dt Fountain of Youth, and from the .
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ju < ,oiucabls that hereafter, he may not construe the of voice in the visiting statesmen, desires J a special l '
people any the appointmentof sensation nut! efFects produced by bathing: ; in .
: : Senatorial committee to investigate him. lie IN THE NEXT SIXTY DAYS -
: our.. contempt. for him into pity. With ,this State or county officers-an insulting me- Its water one could readily imagine that he declines to before the House Com 1 :. .

>.final notice we l leave him in that slough of mento 'of the days of our vassalage was not s o lair wrong. That it is destined, at mittee. '. appear a

; tttalulity'and jgnorance from<; which twelve another, evil whjkch should be dealt with effectively -I no distant period, to become quite a resort .
-In the Potter investigation committeeon RECARDLESS OF THE COST ...1 ;
and at in word there <;
has failed once; a are a for invalids, I think is a certainty. .
tc
journalistic experience ,
: I yean hundred important points in which the present About one and a quarter miles south of 2d Mr. Reed, of Maine, handed apiece ._ __ '
&4. extricate- -,him. and- into-which. nature.. has Constitution sins against common sense, MayoVall is valuable place owned byMr. of paper to Anderson! which rUrl'urtl.Jto -i i f. :,.t -. t.: ,

: i-; :'cuti goed aim as poor. abortion of even a common jus'.ice and the liberty of the people, \ValtonVhitehurst, on whjch i It a groveof be the,'original of an agreement w en THE STOCK 'CPXSISTS OF : j, f ;

.... uiiiunnpoop. and yet our able contemporary would 'relegate -I two hundred tm'S,- an of which will soon Anderson and Weber which Anderson had .

: : -_ -. .. I the grave and responsible duty of correcting be in bearing, and which could be purchased! l given to Stanley Matthews. Anderson! pronounced ". .i

ii Importance of Advertizing. : thee evils to a Legislature that site! cheap now, as Mr. W- is desirous of concentrating it not to be the original, and thoughMr. ; DRY GOODS, t- -_- -'. ;

: I i biennially, for only sixty days, that has a all his time and attention on a I Reed: stated that Matthews had told bin .
: :._ AH astute business! 'men recognize) the greataiivuutages ) thousand and one matters of legislation to fine plantation: he owns some; miles in the. that it 'ai the document, Anderson: : still denied -I GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS

pm .'::: advertizing, and look on monP' think over and act upon, and which, as a general interior. that it wiis genuine. I .

.
) : ( :. :' {iavestedfln p oteJ's: ink ou every possible; thing, i is selected with a view to almost Five miles further south M Jnncsbnro} "

: : .,. ocntdipn, as a Judicious outlay. It is said i every qualification in its members, except the where I: found my old friend Geo. L. Jones -_i- ..NEW. ADVERTISEMENTS.- --. .----- -- -, --'-'- AND GENERAL iMJljlxi rJl xJN JJJLoil*, 1 :

+ : .: that; Ite late .\. T. Stewart, of New York, after experience and training necessary! to deal Esq., di; |cnsing flour, bacon shuos, hats Ac.: .1. X. HooKKii. CYRUS SXOIHIKASS \ "
: with constitutional questions of the widest tfcc., to his neighbors, (for l.'oo-i.leratiunJ, )

T : -: finoly establishing his great Dry Goods scope and most essential import to the welfare and as full of life, jollity and-pu as ever. Hooker & Snodgrass. Come One, Come All and See. ;. .i i'l

: IIou.;; concluded that he \,'ouldonly advertise of the Suite At some uther time I will tell 1 y' u of seme of

; : : oue department his vast fctUbliahmcut, I, the other pretty and desirable places on ClearWater I DEALERS) IX W. W.WALL & Co., 'I Y tel'

2 J'" E depending on his well known reputation to Such a Constitutional Convention as will and Old Tampa Bay.. After not quite .
three weeks of shooting, fishing, boating and! .., ,..
attract'customers to the others, but he soon be necessary to accomplish; the desired object -
MERCHANDISE
I retured home find that I hndgained GENERAL : .
tlc l \f' *I that the advertised department ought, not.to cost.more than.l $25,000) or 830-: bathing ten in to- JUST ARRIVING! : -j: H.TiAtr .
weight
just pounds on my trip, .;
00r( at the outside. This objection ex
did. four times the amount of business of the which which I guess Ls the strongest nvoiumenda-; STOCK AND BEEF CATTLE, t AT I Ii !
one unfailingly urged against
T k: uiuitlvcrtised, and. as a consequence, was pense" enterprise that is undertaken to improve -' tion I can give my friends to go and do like- i [Comer Franklin & Tick S--i .::J
every .
ever"afterwards a liberal advertiser: Indel the condition of individuals or communities wise. JOEY 15. WOOL, HIDES, SKINS, W. G. Ferris' Agt. i 'TAMPA, F.LAf \ 7

.' l>ciitleutly of the benefits accruing to tbe'advcrtiscr and will continue to be available to j DIALEIUX.tLLKIND3OFTHARDwA \., fi

c. by letting his business be extensively objectors for the simple icason that the goud STATE >'EVS.Ocala AND} COUNTRY 1'ltODUCECJEXKHALY: : SPRING AND UMMER GOODS, : '

: 3 ;.: kaov.u, it helps the locality where thd business things of this world never How *pontanoously, is advertising for doct.ur."entfhc ;.. 'STAPLE DRY GOODS ,
"i and those who seek them mu.->t be prepared' TOUT: MEADE, FLA.Vcall -'
'tf advertised to be done because from it -.... \ negrtw have left J Jacksou IRON, STEEL; NAILS, 8lnlCIf '!
: f'r4r : M to pay for them. If the object to be accomplished County for Louisiana.Cedar LADIES'' GENT'S' SCMDREN'S' HATS & SHoes. BUILDKItS: IIAUmrARB: HOUSfiTEKS '
& : ouuidcrs may be enabled determine' some- by the proposal rcvisou is as para- I :\\ uncial attention to our Stock of TOOLS CAKIUAGE-MAK; -: .

%- -'-". thing of the habits and tastes of the people mount .in importance as we I solemnly believeit I Keys is anxious for the government Tin and Crockery Ware. PLL}: -;..'.q, 'In
?! to be if by its attainment can make to take charge of its "quarantine.Dennis .
; Stores Tinware Holloware
: j .rf-- Irwm the quality etc.,"of the gOOds advertised. DRY GOODS, & W u :

f r : -' -. In a country where immigration is de- Florida the a cost,republic of government and not'a, and monarchy cause,jus-reduce -J -before the has gone Washington Committee.! to testify ; Hardware, Cutlery &c., Willow& VooienVare. i Cruckeryware, TaMe and Pocket Cutlery, au
Congressional
,. : *. abj'! % the advertizing of the local business lice to be administered certainly and promptly HATS, CLOTHING, PistoL.mmunition; ,and Lock A choicu\Jprfy or

j is uf'vcry great importance, for the reason the necessity\ expending five times the Pensacola.Watermelons_ seU for 51 cts. per ib. in HOOTS, C.\1'$, FURNITURE, COOK STOVES, &c. I Farming Implements of all kinds, j

that those at distance I desiring to emigrate amount of money named should not deter us 1l0SlElY:1l0F.:: ". '
I : a BRIDLES BITTS SPURS &c
.. Such Tracva Plow Home '
,
Aze
tut : Rake
*,Spade*, \
from making the effort. Tinkering be -The Base Ball club has :
that locality, can find out from the advcr- may Gainesville: : --\\CY GOODS, NOTIONS: :
: 1 1 :
resorted to insomc of the exigencies match' HEAVY AND ,LIGHT ,
nearest'S. appropriately ; challenged the Fernandina club for a Ropes :Paints and Oil
.. .. d. m.-lts !hi die, newspaper, published of human affairs-but its i ,
we question:
be there. As illustrating game. Hardware Tinware Glassware I c RO C E R I E SI "
a'J&fiy : ,. ptubatca 1 procured adaptability as a remedy or its sufficiency as ,
\ r -The editor of the Floridian has brel1llresentt.J Dry Qooc Notions.iej4':
r*; --.V\j. ;: i?: this, we may ask what do the readers a panacea for the evils rcaulting-from rotten I! ,
with the first cotton bloom of this FLOUR. CORN GRITS MEAL -
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RICE FaD '
.. -. know about the nstitution. > 7 I I5oot, Shoes Hat,Capo, N'Wc" J
TOOLS
distance FARM
..: of tho TEIBUKE at a : ... ; SADDLERY AND
.,..... A. ... years crop. OATS, BACON, PORK, SALT COFFEE, Alwaya on hand and rcceiring. '. ,
: : 'b4nidoneat i Manatee or Bartow? or whether SUGAR, SYRUP, BREAD, BEANS \ \
-The Constitution states that a man nam- -Mr. A. Hopkins has been appointed And a full Line ofGroceries Groceries fcB-

)' : I a cook store could be bought either ed Caldwell near Americus, Ga.; 'killed his eputynternal Revenue'Colll.'t.'tor.ice J. FERRIS CELEBRATED HAMS. Which I offer at bottom pA 1"1

7. : :_ : placet Yet this is of no inconsiderable. iin- wife; three children and his wife's !!sister witha W. Howell. & Provisions Produce of the Fanner '
.
: .' 'portauce to the intending immigrant Every sitoothiug-iion. The two older children -The black tongue" has killed a irtini- DRY AND SALTED if E' ... TS, 111' .

: f: .; locality in South Florida where business is were at school, and one was in the field, and ber of cattle and deer in Jefferson County. Canned FrulU and Pretervet of all kindi, BLACKSM1fl -
: : 0
little under the house and We will keep a LargeStoek Substantial Goods, r .
one one ran esca .
.. dime; would find advertizing in the TRIBUTE pod. The murderer in a well but -Capt. S. Pasco has been summoned be- and wll them M low aji'thev can U Mild, and lay TOBACCOSEGAJ3S. connection with thJU I am 1,:;
jumped
fore the investigating committee :lot. Jackson- Prices for the i'roduce of the Farmer In .
the kinds .
: of great.local. benefit in attracting immigration failing materially injure himself crawledout Highest i of BLACKSMITH I.
'. ville. and Stockmen, And Fancy Onicericn of every variety Ie keeps : WKIOIITING, OlIN SJIITIIII* f
to it.i' and of the house and .
; :-r_ -i got on top dwelling Pensacola and Jacksonville are making on hand a large stock of Good! Sub tantial Goods] to i patch and on reasonable tern .' t
jumped olTkilled himself after two trials, for the 4th of STOCK AND BEEF CATTLE ouit the country trade and offer them cheaper than ___A eood Bupply! of .Waggon\ I
preparations celebrating
grand :
: : : /. From Y.Tribone: (Republican ) ", __ ever offered l cfore.BQU Wheel tirrow,Ac, on hand.! Pl? 4

_- <>*.:tf*.*; : ...:':. .Postmaster-General Key lisa Issued an -Austria's position has created considerable July. Furnished on short notice. Order solicited, anJsati"facli Familico, Hotel and Ships supplied at the .
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elect ,antic -The authorities of Cedar Keys have laid lowent ratex. tJ'
'- :: :' nj-i>ca] to tl southern people to apprehension in Russia. Commenting on n guaranteed.Tampa 9E-CN.; "

c i': '' '- : revolution members to the next house, and to Count Andrassy's recent declarations, and an 'embargo' the travel from Havana June 15th, '78. M. .&. BOQERS!, J. R. KITClIELL.Rogers :

: tUcourageineVerY possible\ way' the new the 60,000,000 credit lately voted Austria, through that place.A ::1
& Mitch
: : Democratic! crusade; It is not likely, that the Russian papers declare that such credit Refrigerater Car is now run on the W. A. ROBERTS & CO, llJGROCERS .

L : ; r' any roumeratioa of the benefit the south haL must mean something more than a precaution Transit road for the benefit of the truck farmers A-iictione
: raVivulirom President Hayes will stay the and Russia take and fruit raisers. I1 _
; must counter measures. Druggists and Apothecarys '
_ I .;.. .t -.-baud of southern representatives now in con- News from 'Vienna is to the effect that the I; -Nearly all the vegetable shippers on the ..... 11
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: .' if,the of those benefits would line of the West India Transit Railroad complain AND RECEIVERS OF KEY WEST, FLA. i ..1
1i'':,: ,... Zr :. fcrvso, memory Austrian Government utterly distrusts Rus- FORT MEADE, FLA. il" ; ,
-. ?' :: h'. : jj.,t., But Mr. Key appeal to the mass. of sia. of irregular return, and in many instances Attends personally: to all mlea. Consign men t tlichetl i

__ .'" : lilt,6 swindled. The by mall. Office! -Front Street. 'h
its Gainesville
: too much political agitation/may have "Give him a consulship in a warm place," Times Articles '4('. / .
: : Influence in making up the next bouse; Uu- thinks that until l the vegetable growers com FLO, UR A SPECIALTY. : -
fortunately'to fall uponi'the,ears'that are list jaaid Mr. Hayes when he endorsed Anderson's bine for'mutual' protection, they will continue Physicians Prewriptions.carefully .compoundedwith I hue AtSOjust/ Received the Purity brand fc,' : !!<
:"III"Jr',: j -- .: : accuracy and dUpatcli, at all hours cf the day of Flour which I W.1Ut.T.OT COUNTERV: 1
81 St. NEW ORLEANS.
: ;'t 'i". pngfor: !--the- signaH from Washington to to be the prey sharpers at the Northern and night. Poydras FElT and IIt'II!! u CHEAP aa any in Tam.3! "

: !' .Luau : UJT and share. iajthe.pJ lundelTiS' Did Hayes mean .II-alifax. markets. v : Tampa, June 15th: '78.. Tampa} April .20! '73.-tf. C.LFRiEB1.LE. t '; ,-" '\

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P ?YU'V! were pleased to see in FURNITURE.-At.the workshop of Messrs.Lovengreen \ Shipping Intelligence. SASIf-jAcTORY-
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tow this week Mr,James N. Hooker, of the Madseu on Washington Street, .;

.11.18'18.__ :Ifinaiofillooker: \ &Snodgraw Ft. Meade. 1 is manufactured as fine and elegant n qualityof June 8-St-hr. Wallace'ARRIVED niaokfortl: Capt.T.: Blake, >

He &: furniture as it is possible to procure any from Key: %ei't. Offer for sale at Tampa their Goods consisting of .
ttSP (7. 9 info nu that the (crops in Pojk! will where. On visiting the establishment! the 12-Clara E. )i., Ccpt. A. Turner from ,

gj; turn out a great deal better than wu"ootid-I other day, we were particularly struck by the Clear Water. vli

& 1dnthoht .*nd patcd earlier in the seafou, and,that Resi beauty of a black walnut center table and DEPARTED: All sizes of Glazed Sash, Panel Doors, ,
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r- : i June IO-Schr. Wallace Ulackford, Cat-t. T. Blake ,"
chairs which .
: sian fly whose '-vro; greatly feared a some! easy were just receivingthe .
&t t: ravages I for Key Wet. 41 '
._w._ : L I short time back, has really done very little finishing touches The furniture they 12Schr. Clara E. M., Capt. A'"Turner, for J. Window & Door Frames, .
manufacture is a great deal better than that Clear Water. '
Nn.21. damage.: ? The largo majority: of farmer will procured from the North, ami people will H-S.S. T. J. Cochran,Cfpt.W.: ?..Jackson ." Window Blinds, ,.. .
: make find it in the to for Cedar' Keys. /
average crops. : true economy long run have
: '. at'made at home. ._--O' -!L-__ .. And Cisterns from 1000 to .3000 gallons. -
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.._K.. SIENC-. There will PrccIuct'l'IeetIDJ be a_ Precinct Meeting: of the Tampa lliflc.s. To Whom It May Concern 1 1IS Orders received and perfected by MTLLER & HENDERSON Agt's. j
.B At the reorganization of the company on HEREBY GIVEN, that ten day:
k Democratic voters of Tampa Precinct, in the Saturday last, the following officers were elected NOTICE hereof,application will be made to Tampa FU.. May 18th, 1878.( tf
__ : &Lr' TRIBUicr.x; Cgtirt? House to-day at 11 o'clock A. M., for, he lion. Ifoanl: 'Pardon* of the State of Florida, ""Ulfi
citAiITU :
_ for the pardon of CHARLES; THOMAS, who wan ( :
BENDHEIM CO.
BOEHM &
1 the purpose of electing delegates to the J.: E. Lipseomb, : : : dipt.II. convicted at the Spring Term of the Circuit Courtof 3

: ; County Convention: ,to meet]lio Tampa, next C. Ferris, : : : lit. Lieut. IUIlnborough! County A. D. 1878, of breaking
R..A. Jackson, :- : ': 2d. and entering a building in the night time with intent 143 Bay Street SAVANNAH Georgia
=== EViX jiij4r.x. Saturday. Let there be a full attendance. .
to deal, and xentcnced to the State prison for ,,
t5er 't
_ PlThLIS -1st ( (not yet appointed.. ) the term of five -
AST:Rev.T., A. Carrutb, postmaster at R. B Canning, 21. Serg't.; F. Ghira, 3d. :vearx.WALL& WILLIS, Manafacturers of the Celebrated CIGARS '

: ;# : Tampa, is pushing the temperance causo in Ser'C.; W. A. Givens, 4th Serg't; Jno. Atty'it for Thomas, : I :

his home.:- Ex. Tinny, 5th Seig't.; H. P. Culbreath, 1st June 5th,'1878. 2w. COTTON BOLL, PAPAGENA, WELCOME

.,.:''i new ,, Corp'l.; E. J. Carney, 2d Corp'l.; E. D. GOLDEN BUG, HAPPY LOVERS PANDARO. ,." _
:< > ."! Mr Carruth is a valuable acquisition to Dishong, 3d Corp'l.; Fred Fine, 4th Corp'l. The National Copying Company, ORIENTAL. :MERVEILLE, 'EPICUREAN '

; i :,, $6 $1O I any community jaa a most worthy citizen anduncomproinisiug of Council. ATLANTA GEO.. GOLDEN FLEECE, NATIVE AMERICAN JASMINE &c.,, 4 -
Proceedings
_ '.,: 1 $"$85 supporter of,the cause of religion City .
% COPY AND ENLARGE PICTURES
*1$15 $4o nibe The City Council met last Wednesdaynight. WILL SOUTHERN
AGENTS FOB
and As style, however dim or faded, making .
morality. a
: j : ;. Xo temperance post- Present, H. L. Crane President, E. ,
__ .AQUARE: i'pce master' he baa shown a'disposition'to be. ac- A. C1arkp" L. A. Masters and J. B. Wall. A Beautiful, Unfading Pictures, -
U will U charged at "
ItnrSbyT"Local Lr1,4ve4. rat, 'comudatiag by conforming to the wishes of number of small bills which had been! referedto and node/ate puuiYlg root.llal.m Almost: in .banWo every e.family frames ha at _a small very Seidenburg & Go's. Key: WestCigars, -

notices jSVine. j the people in regard to opening the mails the Finance Committee at a previous 'ictureti[ of dear relatives or friends either livingor Dill's Schofield's & TOBACCO1 :
; Fuller's well
% } .Y arir ContrwcUjCith merchant ibie L__ ,wher they,arrive.before schedule time. meeting, were ordered- paid. dviul. which they want preserved.! you have known Chewing S .
and The Council dud Mayor then resolved eucli. call on THOMAS A. CARRUTH,at the Pout .
eI1 th\onth*
C& Afloat Apln.j, themselves into a Board of Health, and assuch ()lllee, who will take plcaxure in showing' you MIIH- IN ALL STYLES AND' QUALITIES J .-
: pies, and will tuko your picturea.'have them copied J.OG, CABIN
order the marshalto
'" The Steamer Cochran came off the marine t passed an requiring and enlarged tovuit and deliver them to
you you- GOLDEN : 1
:?:';; I The Commodore expected home to- railway lat Thursday looking as bright as a rigidly enforce ordinance No. 7, relatingto argti, handitonie'and uufuding memorials of your EAGLE \l '
LOVE AMONG THE ROSES .
l;4'1, .' new pin from her repairs ana the painter's the sanitary police of the town and appointing Friend. a '

- ..: j Serertljcoiumonlcations- : 'are. crowded brush. ,_While.on the way. there,'was a general him Sanitary Ordinance Inspector.The .No. 14 nando Order, Polk.I'olicitl'from}Manatee! town Ilillitborough or country Counties., in Her-. Centennial S 111 o It in gf Tol ncco.- : ., '
Quarantine was I Ifiole..lg.eut..for
oat-thu,wcele.s .: : overhauling and the .boiler"was;- put in a tGL. Pictures IIt.nt"me by mail fhall have special .
ordered to be put io. force after five days' VAST'lTYFAlrfTobaceoaml "
condition to give no mot trouble before she attention. ClQnrttcs. '
.1 iiWu The.Btotmcr cOChran resumed ber! goes North to have a new one. with surface notice as required by law. It was left to the THOMAS A. ,CARRUTH.genL :i I .t,

:#. i reguUr. tnj ;'l>ctw sen here and the KeysteIy. condenser, put into her. Messrs. iMiller & Health Officer Dr./.1. P. Wall, however, to Tampa May 2oth' 1878. tf EXCELLENCE IJ
.
'... Henderson received a dupatch this week use his discretion in enforcing it against T NOTICE.TO HOLDERS OF .
other Havana at the
bavc a new from Keafie and Levy that her boiler would places except present ,
'asii_Dr..J; ScTerfc'Jcns time. There being no other business the Greenback
1:. -in*l .4)t that first cIas 'artist, Mr. be ready on the 20th InsU Council Scrip.TREASURER'S -
: ;. Much credit fcdue Mr. John Parsons, as adjourned. )
& t' f-'b .._ ..:: -
:::,,.: ,- :..AdaI! .. '" 0 good shipwright and'boat-builder can be JNcw' Settlements on the\ Bay. : OFFICE, \ THE BRIGHT NAVY TOBACCO .

:. :;; & w ara under! ,obli 1 atloo to our;' old found in South Florida, for the success of Within the last few weeks; a new settlement ;' Tall.x5.asse! May 16. 18i8. / "
: .i
1 'f;,. 't'; !!'ft ..X..q.1A: T r'of Augusta, Ga., Miller & Henderson's marine railway in affording has been started! ou the east side of the ALL IIOLDEltS.\ commonly OF known COMPTROLLERS. as 'Greenback if MANUFACTURED BY THE -
of
the bottoms "
: .!-:;. -=r W Ata facilities for repairing i bay south of; and near to, the mouth of the I Scrip," are requested to present the same at this office \
"t" r.- '" such large vessels as the Oxbran.I elimination Merchants' Tobacco Co. of Boston Mass.
for the Commitwiun
Six-mile Creek. The : by provided '
i '" ::!:1oAgod: : :' i.oier.f4Mouidy; and there lands, present a very ,
with a' fertile being what is known as bv Chapter! 2081, of the laws of Florid,(p. p.19-20, I -I-
tfieriHbirer appearance
t-i- l
w > yrtterday: pros. I:> Growers Association. Acts 1877)! ). I .
'
d fmoru., : rich cabbage shell hammock. Experiments ColleiAorai4jf Revenue have been instructed not be Tested 'Ljr the fastidious chewers broiling. .on leading dealers er applying fur sample. to our .
J '",, The regular,monthly meeting of this Association small scale in these lands Can .
1"4'r".. & has enclosed on a gardening on to receive: siich warrant for Taxes after July 1. for the Southern State '
;:. ; i t.' ";'-:',,! 1"' -' "& lUC hu rcuSdcnce y. Wl.h. took place:on the evening of the 6th, many years ago, gave extraordinary result*, 1878, unions they have! been examined and approvcJby { Every plug ha a"Patent Metal Label" with "Merchant Tobacco Company" thereon -

e"' vnt Vwire adjoining fence.XMrVm. last Thursday night week. Dr. Will read a and, consequently, there can be no doubt of the Commi.wion provided bv the law' above re'm.d BOEHM, BENDHEIM & CO., Safrumah, Oco.BENJAMIN .
y the productive quality of the land (. to. W LTKU; (WYNN, Treanurer.
"-' B., Hcuder ,and} Judge paper on the Pio -ApplQ which u published June Int. 1878. 2w
't ,' Already a number of gentlemen, recent PARCELL4
-- -- & $
IJ2' MiteheU went to Manatee( ywtcrday in this issue of the Tin BUNK. The Vice' comers, have secured places in that neighborhood TAX COLLECTOR'S SALE.

.,.,.,.return.....' toBJotrpw.Mr President' Mr. Donovan, reported: having received -! and more are trying to get a fl ot- STATE J AGENTS: FOR THE QJ:LJS OF THE :
; ". ; C. AC Bruwu has diMcd| ot bin a number of rare plants and seeds I hold. Among those who have already secured -
I. ]>cfl." sUulfchnfcnt! to Mr. HollandWelV 0 places, are Messrs.! W. I. Christian, August NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the fol .. .
.. the atWaahinguni. ] Co's. Goods .
from Agricultural.Depnrtmeot : ; dClCriitetllantLc will be sold at public U. S. Wind-engine: andPtimp '
; nWminended a good bAr.t.JNr.c '
i as Peterson and brother, B. B. Lake, S. L. ,
1: ../ .... most of which he had distributed to auction on lnt day of July, A. D., 1878 at the I '
: :1'1.1 : '; Jones, Pomfert and A. S. Fields. Court Hotirt Hoiue door in Tampa[ .'Ia,. or so
4. $ : ; .) :: V F.LyUepreent1o C.*-5l various, members of the Association and others. We may also statellhat! ; we learn from much thereof, as will be necessary to pay the Consisting of the Celebrated

Post' Qotamissiou' llouse in New Orleans!!, We regretted to notice that the'attend :Messrs. Christian and Fields that au abundance amount of taxes duly aftscflxcd against said lands, I 'i

r.Ajn; i.town this week and left yesterday ,for of members was small.stisisssemeuta of good lands: still vacant, is to be found together with the coot of sale; and advertising: II
ance very
Wm. Bowman E J of.:: X E }I.:see. 9, T 30, R HALLIDAY WIND MILLS
,:M&naree ud ICcy \Ve.t. on the bay south of where they have located.- ,
20 40 for the of 1874.73-76.77-.70.
z ; acres; year ..
: H. J.. Mitchell Cant. J. T. These lari'ds belong to the State, the price of -
-U. Judge Cvru- t'h\flc-Fh'e acres in X WI 1 of N W J, *&
.l Jey 1 ,and s. B. Knight went fi,luug this The performance of the Tampa Varieties ,which ranges from 7ocrs. to $1 per acre, depending S 2J, T 'JO, It 18-?12. '). : .AND '

S week some distance up thoilillsborough riverai Combination" Amateur Troupe in the role of upon the quantify. entered. W. II. Bcnton-W ) of S W J, S 31,'T 31, It 17 ; ( .
d bsdtl liftiug out large trout bO acres-f 0.35. '
port, minstrels last night was TCCKnTOWN.1.rn.r: 21th 1878. T
.-the catch amounting to over fifty fwh.t negro Monday very 'Will. Emmcw-Lot No. 6. S 12, T 32. 'R 18;80 FARM' PUMPS.
FKIKSU DR. I wish would uncertain
and afforded citizens an evening of you .
: good our acres $4.10.ftlont
,
.. eLMr. JE.. Liiscomb has bc''u aJ-lit! from of subKciibcrs who in the
,.1 l the OoTf nior, Xmnty tJumtniwiouer to iuuchnceded, mirthful amusement. All performed /r some your arc GroH4-N j of N W ), ((1 less 30 acres) S
L by' orange culture and let me know through )'ourvliluahla 7 T :20: It 1 ,50, are4I 11.50.
$ fit the.Tocaacy' -in the Board occaMoncil l by,, their rwj>cctive parts creditably, and pajwr or by letter, some good remedy 0 K\l11clTr-I'3rC%; of S E J of 8 12, T 29),'il 18 ; I. X. L. Feed Mills Tanks Rubber Hose i 3'VfcTt i
: >ath of WV.Vall.. .
; : tbe the evening's entertainment passed! oil agreeably" to protect orange trees from Uabhit I :30 acre*-$8.81. ,

r ::..," Voluta! county w inclixle-1) in the I I ) to all concerned.Ve have been troubled great deal) with"them Wm. .\.')tcK Y-S \ of S W |, and W } of S E Water Points .

2 Idfituy-Ditttict uC Bri '. G 11. IL B.''Thornjui \ uaderstaud that there u some talk of during the winter months, and havcHKeu I, S 0 T 32, It 17"; I'M acres-HM. Pipes, etc., etc. .

wmhow that left out compelled to drive boards: around my youuv Thoi! McKnight-I/jls 2 and!3, Block- for the .
bat was
: county Amatuer Theatrical
,... getting: tip a regular trees to prevent them from eating; the bark years of 1875 ,and I87tf$13.10. SulAgcnt.3'aoted in each county to whom liberal discount '
Qr No..1( publwhttl j&-t wtek. Troupe MOn in the interest of some public off.: I have Moore's hand-book op orange culture Hannah UU"IIt'I-l..lIt Xo. 1, Block G-$2.03. will bo giveu. For Prices, terms sC., send stamp for circlara. ,

J.1I iJ""rtJe4fn-from(JatiL IL Perm that rauee-probably; for the benefit of the Tanaa but ho docs not mention any remedy Maxey Vale Tavlor"'h .ldcn-N-L6t No.K;6}1,8211, Block, T 9 28-$4.14., It 22, ; 160 BENJAMIN & PAUCELL, Tampa FJ &

: .: 'a Al\Cihtnc Smack, built by Me sn. Fogarty (> Uiflcs. for it. I >>a w'Jot lonjj UgH in the New York acres, (fur the year IH14.i o7G-77J-$13.9S.; '

I and: AVhitakcr.of some" SJ5: tona, wa: --- weekly$ Herald uu article from a corrcApou- W. H: Wardcn-S J of S W ], S 18, T 31, R 17. MCDONOUGH & BALLANTYNE
'Mtteea&illjf! LturichwSit" >Sfauatcc' one' day DslnI3'I1. Mitchell &Co.. dent of thu Kuusus hoard. of agriculture, (for the)'e4flll ; and 1 1877.) 80 acre*-$&.7,). ,

: -W&L.. An "iIIC. seen in our advertizing columcs giving hu remedy for protecting fruit trcwIroin Samuel Morgan( -H W \loft 8:; W 1,8 15, T 29, It
:; -. ,...: Our"J'ounZricod Jam 13.D. Clarke ) toe Rabbits. It i is as follows: "1 takea 15 ; 40 nrrcs- $2.02. 'IRON AND BRASS FOUNDERS, ; .
; aad Bpfcew4jf: fellow-UiTfuiuian, E. A. this Firm'at Ft. Meade, having become certain bucket; that will hold about two and one Owner unknown-Lots 1 and 2, Block ;3- $1.52. '

: I } CUtrke, left last week for Cornwall, .on the of the success of Bismark's pacificatoryefforts half gallons of water, first! put in one pint Owner unknown E Y} of N W J, Sec 4. T 28. MACHINISTS AND PATTERN MAKERS .

: Hudson<< !b New York, on a few mouths visit to prevent a Rusto-English! by an of flour ((or rye, wheat or buck-wheat,) and R 20; ) for year 1874-75-76,) 40 acres-$4.66. : .

: :i to his ia.tive1ace. :. international Congress at which will be submitted two pound of pulverized sulphur and enoughof Owner unknown N E: }, S 17, T 27, R 22 ; (for. Cor. East Broad and t
; the uf 1874-7-V76)), 160 acres- $14.83. Liberty Streets
tostir years .
"* water iuto a paste, using: a Hat stickto ,
{)
head of
Lr ,JS;; The Valley City too 25Q the whole treaty of San Stefano for \ '
beat it smooth.! Then fill the1 bucket with S. E. SPARKMAN.Collector k
): cattle from Cedar for Havana lasti dUcu siou and modification willing !- NEAR ATLANTIC AND GULF RAILROAD DEPOT .
/beef. Keys& : !> perhaps, arc water iiud apply to the tree with a Whitewashbrush. of Revenue, J IIllLborouph! County. -

1 &:, *r.' She was to' have taken a load at that au enlightened! public should! know "Stir the mixture, say once in. ten Tampa June ht, 1$'j8. ids ( sA.VA.isrisrA.Ec w .

,)': Nteeiyeatcrtlay, and! i U to take another at that they are doing an extensive buMoesH at minutes when using:: it.VlLeIi half used out 0- :, GA.4 'I j j7FAcTtJPEBs -**."

: the'Keys, on the 20h. ,Tt Meade in Polk county. Hoth gentlemen of the bucket, till up with water, then uo it A. B. HITTER, : OF 4 .
and l blurt new. The abovo i iot nulhYient ,
attention the advtrtir. .* having been mldcnU( of Ft. ;Mcado\ and active up r t
1 is We call to *- '
for 300 to 500 three lo live year/ old tww. SUGAR .f
wI ..., ot W*. &. lUberU,'Drugn'tit at 1't. *y engag.I! in ..cn'ntho; / public for a What do you think of tliU remedy)? Do> [ MILLS l'I

''r \ M..4 The. .Df.j4 A; com|>ctcnl Drugjf'ut.Uftvlag t. number of year, are UK well known to need, you think Mould bo safe to uo! it ou young _.. '(

: been aJUodaUnl fl1 the burfncM fur anything {In the way of laudation: fromu orange' trees), and prevent the Uabbiu from -__ -' :, ..tr

\ with Vt, C. L. Mitchell. *. See Circular eating the bark.olrr !>u you think by tying AND :
ie'vei'.iyers Boot. and Shoe Maker )
muss or straw around the body of each tret! __ % !

I ** ie11;UnCUnBCvhaaeoMUntlfvaliMvlmU; that Hooker & 8lUHIgrnlllll.] th'at' it would protect them ? Any .informa : the public that'he laM entab-t (,.. ..: 1' "

If- ta tbe Millinery'1 Ine and will fill ordcnI We call attention to the advertisement; of tion you can give mo on this: subject will be IIF.1tfHnoti1iett: : SHOI' in the Masonic build- -- i' ,r.
: Act.. thankfully received by your friend, lug; and i is premred to do all Work line with # '..
iuJhli
'tho' Firm of Mcusrs. Hooker & Snodgrasj at J. D. KKDDIXO. n"alt'tfI.i and dispatch. PANSOF .. .- \ "itJ" )
-
,' > tic Quiet. # '
t ",A'C;; ; ; e ooie Fort M ade. Mr. Cyrus Snodgrass, one of v' ,recall attention to the above letter in Tjimpa; FIa.Jan. 19t!1 1877. )

!, t- along the side-walk", we overbL4Myr the Finn, is a resident of Pensacola where the hope that some of our sub.cribci: treiVny -- ALL SIZES, AND SOLD AT LOWEST MARKET PRICES, WARRANTED ; ,
t> "1 do not see what any roan be able to Valuable Pace, for Sale. .
he is extensively engaged in the lumber and suggest a ivtuody against tmswpredations FOR ONE YEAR. k1Ji
:::1. &. cigar you are tracking uan of rabbiu .
Mlh business* his interests in ou young orange trees.We AChES OF LAND lying 12 ,mile N. W. ALSO ,1 .. '
I -
Now manufactory ; .
; I"\I"t; 1Ut oM.pipe. 40 I .
: -
ifJOU have heard that t to kill a rabbit and rub of T1Ul1ll: The uprorenienUonuid .
':11i ::- i' i .;.. for grsc ut lau.go t the Ft Mcade Firm being represented by his the trv* with his dead body would, keep them are as. (.,110","; 18 I arreoi' land under Rood ulate Iron Fronts for Stores and ,j

: ;t-J.:j.,. '->>;ilttore and get JOme decent ca. on, Mr. A. H. Bnodgnus, a young gentle' (,ir.: Either to kill the rabbit or provide a of cultivation ; 50 Oran 'u Tries, 15 of which arc Dwellings, j

;4 ::.. ;, :, iJ ....1'Ji." !.' man of tupcrior. luiinaw capacity. Mr., rabbit-proof cuclonurc i i.i the only'euro tm-mn Ci IK'aring-th.Fruit| rt'-y'iIIlx.t'2 In two f'uacli Team. 6 btaringrzipe \
trees; brnring trvts.; line BRACKETS VERANDAHS JI
-
Jw Uiepjeutire I of a call this James >. Uopkcr u a native of South Hort- we know of preventing their dercdathiis." large I'.anan.i: : Orcliar.l; Arbor; Limen! and .

f. f?: ,. 0.0..E; KiDtl oI, of.L Scott, da, and having been>> for the l last ten years in We do not think that the remedied which our Ix-inon, Slsslcks.., awet? Hr./Ie./ Plums and' any ,
( r correspondent[ has IIUggCtI..Jflll do any quantity of OU"u.1'1,1! to Iron Railing Garden or Cemetery Lots. :. ,;1 : :,
;
T. the of John'Miller and Miller "
) :Jf! ueornpanywitIrMr.Jth Cheor cniploy Capt. harm. Whitewashing the.Loclit.'A of the tms, L.D.TOWXSEND. ... .
_pee, is elk.s prupeeting lourio, & Henderson, as accountant\ and book-keeper in reach ofthe rabbit, with lime, we think May 18th I 1S73. 3m fl
Orders for Bnifs and Iron
r We that both cheap and crHcicut remedy. 'Casting Promptly) Attended to. .
." ,:. seta oC tIre &ate trust be is not only extensively known throughoutSouth might prove a ,._ W. D.

'J'i lad placet to wit them. So, Florida'. as a gentleman 'of competent MARK AND -BUAXIM: -of -beef slaughteredfor CASH, : 1IA'EALSOFORS.tIEMcCARTHY

; 'fcr Me..:K.:_fre9 *himself M tolerably well butincfti! qualification but is universally enterjned the Tampa Market, from 1st to 8th June:

., pl-_. for his integrity and fair dealing. i,I :2 crojMpl i itj' One ear, unt1 r-ilI'l'e in tho .A.icti oiieer CO'rl'ONGINS ... '

The people of Ft. Meade and vicinity other ; 1 upper .Ji nd under-bit in one car ; .
| icaycongratuhUe I ICOlllln
'
iUeru \Ve brod the BalMIer
,
\ thenwclvw on having so rclial *, swallow-fork under-bit in the other ; 1 crop'I'ht AND AN1)AGENT5FOR:
: : ia4ker .U, we venture to nay, in one car, uppcroiu! | undcr-bi; in .

,! I reliable worlcmaa in the a Firm established-at-that...place..... otbcr; 1 Bwall-iw-furk up( cr-bit; in one ( ixiOIl( Merchani Eclipse Portable & Stationary Steam Engines

foUowiog lit* tntdtf hero Clean Up.As car:: up]>crquartt two un.ler-biu in the tor

: < 'otye$2L&Ix1b7hlI will be noticed in the proceedings<< of other; 1 cn>|>-'plit 5u one care crop-upi DEALKR: IN And Shives Governor CompanyCALI. .

,, the Council the marshal has been instructed bit in the other I
City \.
inert Dent fills to meet that tDfunemeot.orOrdioance ,SiChandlery. <3rocerlt*. Prorltlom, v .. OR SEND US YOUR ORDERS. .
Mther to see a rigid Advertised Letter June 1st, 1878. C"OrI..rll, Glass Tin ana JfariltrarfI'alnt ,
.; in the manufacture 7 the Tampa, May 12, 77. 111. 1.
No.
relating to Sanitary hugh It.G&h>Kb r, G. W. (rrt-nleat William *, Oil*, Furniture, Stationery, d c, ,
; : ;.. g of old! police of the town is carried out. The penalty Unwhen, Jam.-lJ.I n..rooJ.iY.Ama J Hendry, : FI.A. .. e '
t attached to the non-compliance with the T. J. Holteo, B. Ilui.Unl; Usrwood L.neo&atcr, H KEY WEST "
'
: me&Lat.., the Trustees and provisions of( this ordinance is a fine of not ilr. J. P. Leww, Iter. Sam.14rgs.n. J.T. XU; Corner Front A Dual Street, *7 A VALUABLE INVENTION. :

7" : I. W school in this place will lew'than $:; nor more than $50, IL M. Noilly, c i 8h..nantr'u,: .Stei>lieni, MS&ra ( 'r- _t. Cabin I'ItII.\ Ship. Store nupplid at short FREE
>
:W Oionattbe clow of tbe Ta1Ior.A. TlustD\1I.: -
Not
(!
I
resident in the but
There it not a place IIcu Fotf PoctAo-J. Franklin Drown Ibook- THE WORLD RENOWNED
AMI i may expect the presence what interested. in the preservation of the dan X. J'.; MU M tti, Jn-koon; Manatee, Ha.; ,iJ: ,\T} ALTo-N .
of Jn
: t! ,,,' ,:ii, '' '. ..t .1iaitle1. Superintendent public health ; and whatever diverse views, )1i.4. Martha Il IViU-hard, Jac-"IIOtILtln, $. C., 2, I WILSON SEWING MACHINE
-'., 2 <-T'." > MOVUA* we*hire beard nothlo u regards importation of disease, may beheld M. A. .Vclllo-, tfummerTillc., S. C., MiKnuua. C. : .
M:"1";:' T'<' UwTraaUer. however, w. vento lUJI.r roolt, Cork, H*. Auctioneer
; sanitarians thty all are of the Mme
I ';:, \ kao that ample' time by ,- -_ y In worlcznanshlpis'.quaI' to a Chronometer Watch, and .
:", .-1'1 opinion at to the importance of internal The> HiirbtMl Wire Fence.TliU I .. elegantly' finished as .first-class Piano. It received '

; preparatioo.Senrice cleanliness in preventing sickness: in towns new style uf making.ire frnw.-* U much! .u> NOTARY PUBLIC, CUSTOM HOUSEBftOIHB the highest awards at the Vienna and Centennial. Expo -

a ,JWJ Is greatly ,noeded and cities. We trust; therefore, that the city llerior' (to the tinglr, |>l Iain wire trliirh l 11"Lc..Jn) iiJno altlons. IT SEWS ONE-FOURTH FASTER than other --
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marshal and hi Honor, the Mayor, will do cztmoivrlj for Ti-am Cltlt.t.. In'ing
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1 : ..tad .this_could boeaiily. pro- their whole doty in seeing that thr" important cow i>!uMfd of two auallt!.. ot ..L.ka)jKire, the rtrrtcii- ,I machines. Its capacity aoJiHn I I&' unflmltcd. There are more. '..
'!' servicetoBftrtowontoFtMeade U tv influrTJt-d I ahcniaUOIM WILSON MACHINES tho United States than A1 'F
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*: ordinance u enforced a r x"5ivly of beat and.cold; and the Larl..il not only) ANDCommission the combined sales of all ,the others. The WILSON 1,
f:; J a and not in the slipshod manner .- -uich ptvrent tnck'puhing a ain< and breaking .it, but MINDING ATTACHMENT for doing all kinds of repairing. .' ,

?! '-: :er.- twelve.miles. As (is Fort !'o many of the ot{ier ordinancea. have -been,' will aW be no iocya-.ulcrable pn>tortiou from the i :Merchant, WITHOUT PATCHING, given "FREE with each machine '
made de >rrdation*of th n.kit thief who would clamlwrover ..
SF ;."" .one malt.a week aJi though, rj.4lculouy, \ '. 'I } it:wkL infinite ri-k to clothe* SD-! iikiiu Ck>n- I. '.

.. ...''..'.juJ rtmBg i cblamns-l !.. j* s&. ')Ir. R. Muggc1- first class jeweller ..IUdlt1, (or t'1Kll.ing Ijar..t..QJt and..ot'Mb'e grunllII KEY: WEST FLA.- -assy WILSON SEWING MACHINE, CO. .

;, : ,... ." -""' f--cn be found at his residence, where he near t'udOllunoou14 town anJ IUgie be provided, levi-with 1 ,'onfil"t wi little no Ulo bvt1r nl'l I lVn
,-'.... ..1..J. .. 1:: ',;.:..-.,,kof f wilfdo'good 'honest: work in'bis line on' th6 II &mpJCtI ran ho*'<'n at the utorv* in Taiopa. for so'race. : Cor. Stats& Madison Sts. Chicago/ Itt..; and San Francisco, Cal. ;
: : '.", '' ,,-' m9tt reasonable r rms. June 26th, u. RICE, IW11N: A CO, Ntw Orl an.. ItKFLltkNOX-WaU: : : : A Co., A. F & C, lift .. : { !

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; 'Assorted Merchandise .Dr LEn IN Jewelry Fancy Goods i IWtlm' .I; ,..ij .
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'I telta(1iilttrolie( +lrt,t etitrtt'bea Ja Of.len&ag, Assorted Merchandise, redaJ attention given lo'thus CXMPOUND1NO 01PhJsician .' .NO15#..-.' : ':. :

i..:". ,'In. r. i ", the Pit, 'TJ\-1\KP FLA... Practical Painter, \ I', -y .. 1 r .

ri,' : w epic Wit, |ca( torel''put to your dKEEPBCOr6TMCTLY r Prescriptions B JX1S' LEAVE to Inform the' t'ltltetu of'Tam pat I [o'i ure IL u now "U" '
: INSTOCKFULLLIKE8 and riria that be it ,prepared to uoPAIXTINQ
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_' \ 11Mih $ 1aK tit, Ih I. and Ornamental Patntlnjj, Gndn n and i I-'tl tiltlOgt} taiit bjr Wme adaption, "
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3'' tt I.'IIIiIo'Iiur ', a taunt.rust thOlO uaCKLLUU lo.oen.d P.peJ' olo hiring pnctieed Slit trade fur I VOuicJrrer.i We lure seen.beef: .
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: !e't"ior ) RY GOODS AND I RAGE tvcnlye r, to }:irope and America lit cnjtaff ;
; .tom" :tttk4tnt 7" hay taw br ta arts 'f r f I In the kilt ..ible manner, and 8AT1SFACT1ONJUARANTEEU w.f.ate all bit work with nratxMni and accuracy. I Frcdded Into. ;A>Rad! ribband" *, 1.
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4 -J ,.r" -and Wk. teal p J I Ceeteu aM CMM'i' CoinxniHMionTAMPA We are abw pr1.rerl. to do'all manner of work j 1;9afialty\.IL Grtinlnc. ,Wttfk-hon,Bin|In and)fUliD1c Ornamental DuUd1DJ'Fainting. l )Jtckand {tasted through..Al= '.

I Ln' TI Utr f Mcrollnnlrly; feu* I? .J 1 t1r'smoJced tilt a itrooger '
r 'M.at t.Wu I. .r .. lire. 15 77, 1 jr, fM : ,
w-i \ ., Jewelers and Watch' Makers Line --- J _..- ,.! fore. The cured meat ,
Ah 10 rrtq'w11.(toI8 test WM -.
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Ball'' .. J 1 t r 1 n" auIt C.I!, !( til 'O'ear ', f J" / W. forlle attend to(mr fJKXX' S Grove I' gad WM Mtecroeil great;. F

,.,1 3t. .Jt 4..4 ,.j fIIANIIC r -S-Ta.aiat s-.,-t.-".,-21..rEMt1LIUMilO(1 m...- -., -'-. -I._.'-' Oraago Hotel, .J Lh thtbcat .I d JQCII.IiP ; a

VLtAld, "U.-_ 1:1W'11EIH' JUJJUOX,J.ACIN ? Ill ,1848. TAMPA. :EL .: T I rya t wu Lr04IJlt, Lack to SaD t .' '

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: ouox1ual1. ,() StnUonpl.Y..w.4M. Ni'alAl.ltltit UTOTJI': w.1'ifr or c.Lrii4BESVIi : "V 4I(poring meat U destlstdto cohaawlzt
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t): AItU ItuUL ri1UEA1. PIt; N. Vtrr NIl ud ,aflkt that ant .u pdaer+ I la out Tampa. !, Flaorlilh 1877. 4. : :. --{ "' :_ '. 1
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aM hift.1 t sal ilt ito ..0 lft M r SAY A1U AU GA.
{ vt&iyt Itt. :1> 1"1. Y GOODS, ;[Corn *'} kUAA UVMogK Hucet*,) f:,,
Y.k.l .M 1 k k trttlt'{ +n J a.1Jc oc.curioi 1 l ,.. A Idsw "or. 1LULJ) it.9 Flo rid ;L. u -

Ja4ItWLrc U ."+t hkater f.1C. t'tlal4 hmli I'4a.' '.- w.lure a fIUOII' u..t 5 TAMPA( }L.\. .t- p.PIPW .

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f tJ& d .Wi pnf:.. 14UUy mu* / ) lKWl1.fl Lrih'J 1n' and tatthtru n-nfgh. Dry dPleasant.

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; _. ,11t..wvtid 1ti IM Ii y1 bus ,14, >ab ihla.ne11r4t' east TrLtw ICatr4 s.i "Of\, U.Ixlwrr.Ikta.a A>Pltll Uaa- of JtoantRY', ** *, Ublea in connection jrith; tho,Houao.S

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"Cll. t. .Nt".t 1M pr : I g011owwIra qrJOXIf U 5)44 J\.t+wrrrt tslw.i. 1 'Nr\ tare IUI; lfc\v\ Goods.EVRRY ( Tampa, )(tattle 2, : Ijrllcmimn .
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J u..1.--tAM/" ..$ I''VJJ JJ Jn dl' '. r rY i !i.vital. W,*fl sa.1 be Upfwith! U=e jV.X> T> T 33 Ji I' P.Ft'I J'5frjtr
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'.,'. r,a Groceries Provisions .." Of agar.1IattIM .., tbrlM taod HarrneM Maker, Upholsterer &. .1" ,
I Nt.d of c knit apptta ds 10. ..vi the I+ Mpia .
.L r t At )141'111,i Nll 18rtrri. .JWI.s. no d wfckli II pViH: w wr w s6rr ai MM* |*U. 'am will TAMPA, '"Lt. 5; \
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.u..Wota UI.T f\tIUJ tufrnt ..4 VWIIJwrrrrK : ''U'1f o..ir p.vus e. Ey t4cndr. (Wtt..1 ear'kilj.tiretet a More.toll lo du alt kimU e f work Ja .
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t, w. d t".I tai'1. '- ( < LaY UI t'JUCU\. i pr_J. U ar tttaat. twine* and In a* klmr .riu. IIf koiw Itt'reczx .a r 4UUotba............_.-.._. 'SW .

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)rW.tJ &" .a1a.r.k.t..Ire Uf..1: doat what want sa X for It, ,L amtULI,4 ........;......._M........... .1M f 3
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n.ltew It a.oatJ. TIN iLUtD\r iJl iw\r fm Site Trlh tU.wf June, I*.A,, an rt+I.ac'd' and
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f/IItti Iltrt'. W llat Sheet. Staler aertlu;2 mile from nay View oa Old TUCK i w .n ;
''i''' 19'1 c 'VB SELL For O. 'SEC.1 pains) 41 mile* from Clear Water Walt: It i I. ele1vatettand (rlt't..cl. Q. "
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