The Sunland tribune
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048571/00065
 Material Information
Title: The Sunland tribune
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 61 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: C.N. Hawkins
Place of Publication: Tampa Fla
Creation Date: July 20, 1878
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tampa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hillsborough County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hillsborough -- Tampa
Coordinates: 27.970898 x -82.46464 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Tampa Blue Print Co.
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: J.P. Wall, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 44 (Jan. 6, 1877).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071706
oclc - 02711399
notis - AKR0005
lccn - sn 83016264
System ID: UF00048571:00065
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Succeeded by: Tampa tribune (Tampa, Fla. : 1885)

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}'( : .1": \ : "COMMESCIAI., CAflbS fcc.' PLAYED OUT Florida Described. I In[ ;'South Florida, Tampa .and: Manatee are them the garden spots bf this g continent. : .4.

\ SUN NDT f'rUNE.: HESRY RICE. /-JACVB BORN, ? ArGlTSTTS R1C;. The following)) letter answers so many in- i flourishing little towns!, and there are. many And this land'already 'broken: up partly i :

I i: > "f. o \ I fortbeeth .' RICE BORN & CO. -S YES. [xiiries;constantly propounded to us!-the re- i Hue orange groves looming up in .the. neighborhood -. fenced-: andf in some, instance furnished .. I (

-; '-.: ollcia1 'd ; I I 1'ilh'TIloul4IDJs.of )dies to'! which would be;both irksome and i of each of the above named places' with Ordinary farm buildings] dm now: be : : .
That M jutt what's tie Matter '
, I;; .P.UBLlSHED ( monotonous -that we take pleasure in copy. i There are some fine lands! all along thl coast, bought for three to four dollars'to acre. It .
.:'_-;.. :' : '" t.'>> I", %;7tTnm&FRA. KuFnCECqUER 7 'Importers and Dealers in PI NOSORGANS\ I lug it from the Detroit Free Frets and shall, i well adapted to cane and long cotto, 'ur- cost, that,much. to clear it? so that in buying ': W.'

L1'-... _r. ,, 'r LI.( cREE'fS..:; nee.'t... Scattered thronpjion; the South that children are >rint,aii extra number of copies for futurelUtrlbution I Id ther south we come to the Calbtosahatchee nv-i it the settler: would literally.get: ida fccel, 'm
' '. I '; TES.f .FpfcEION. COUNTKXHARDWARE dailv! forced (o practice, regard1tMoftIIefk't! thatntltll..r .
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1. : er, Which empties into Charlotte; Harbor; and hjsbuildwgs.andhis1andfornothing.. ___ : ,
-' ADYBBTISING pleasure nor j t''Ogn.I! can IKK"t fro II) an an-
f ir'!;';, ": 1)(0. 3 MJ-_.H &Ido.11' Year / .. tiijnate l, worn.out rt-lic? of ,thc days when their Florida is bounded. .oil the north and west whfjre fruit can be grown with but little troubl Of:course, he.will out laove o'histfly, 1 but, C '

l' : ,. .' : 1'OtqL'' 1 W.k.$1 I $3 fG.-)1., $10 25 I. $15 UO'f nittIier"took_ "'I"'ict" J(you >y Alabama'and Georgia ; east by the At- l though the country is low. :The coast all will acquire every possible. information about :

i, ".,'.:;, 5-4 s 1 t'31 I I \ $8' J fltJ.10. 65 I' Want your,Children to learn fast autic. add. south by the Gulf of Mexico. Soil the way from Cedar Key to Charlotte Hare: the chosen locality, And then, wherever he 4
$ I
$15 .
t-,. -1 Q .I I 4e. AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTSr and become IUtJ.ldtnfl,, buy theni elegant Now Tn- and climate varied. boris to say least.lovely., The dark foliageof decides too, let him liite to no_ interested 4 S

r.' 'i' '. UAlt ad\'ert1,,1' Ooe Dents ln'WaU!i In bech"P.: "), tved.' :-- at t ; .4.BUILDERS' .' Htrumenta.and will with the improvements their of the advancement.Superb present age. West Florida is embraced between the the mangrove and broad leaf of the sea perso!!'. report: ,,but use his 1 own'eyes,, and.: J4fl.
S eurpri.-A-d at rapid
:$ ::: d you crdido and ri The clio with the tall and graceful tree rood of be has put S k -
!. : >,. ., ., Loireabylaw. .. \.n.. : HARDWARE GRATES &C. Apalachicola,' ers. grape cabbage not buy a ground .until
'4_ i -s udceA 1 cent a iine. i is iu winter all combined view well it and knows what
'x -Lqcal --- mate in summer very pleasant ; present to a scene his own foot upon exactly,
) : 'uth u"ject to
: ,. .r1y C'$ aude merft1{ \. worth \" 1 1.. l-
months ent acr there are occasional frosts, 'yet the orange looking at, be is ouying.: N. .Sv*; ?-b

" .j". ;, rft -_ "':?t ..iDll: ,'ftfr1: 1 '\.. ." cTLEiw, : and a few others of the tropical fruits are, Key'West is quite a place and many Cubans i '\ I J. R. G. _S
:,; ,. (' ,obituarlei- d erti excCeding entllo ten 1ioE1111" ')) charged. ., successfully! raised. There, is little land in S have taken refuge there during the 1_. -_-A'. ..-l__I I t .- "-- bI MIl

'I J if WTO e&l" -,?iuert 1 lti'than'bne' MonilC;: $1 IROH, nils AND HOLLOW AREI, the extreme western counties that is suited troubles on their island. Florbla'8- Future. 4.

r Square for first and 75 cent foreach. subsequent .' for agrict1L rc. Mostly pine lands, ,but covered 'KeyLargo U on the Atlantic side where A'w stem correspondent of the!I ew York ,' S J

I UJJlertaOL".AdVeruMmenU\ not marked' wIth IS 'die number of Tinners' StocJ, Tool and Machine, *, House witha: fine quality of yellow ptue, and most of the 'wreckers live and where are South, who Las traveler extensively in our t

-I..... Uiniwrted until forbid, and charged ac- oft ritami factored into the finest pine-apples in the state. X
: ..liwe*will Fvmithiny Govdt, large quantities being grown avorcd, state;truly says : i _

i &onUnch'l'I..' : J IABATES U/ibera| AdTertwera, ) << 'I i -- lumber, at Peusacbla and other points along There is much that could be said of our In the near future no man will be more' L I

: I, the Gulf coast, and shipped to all parts of the .tat 'Volumes might be written but it i than the respectable settler who, j.
,.- JAPAN independent ,
S f. c pvfla' \ 8CKIP1ION'ii' ? : TIN AND WARES world, and which hul been a source of 'l large would require one possessed of better descriptive comfortably! fixed In a salubrious' spot in .. .4

,S :,:_" \ _;J:>e' Six Auum Mouths, (I\ advance., ,). .-. :1-:. p ,;. 12.00 1.QT : S income to The state. The counties borderingthe powers than I hava to do it am pie justice.. Florida finds on his farm every surrounding S

.T.. .. fi "<>>P1t' '. ,. ('* that. 5c I Agent for the Celebrated. Chipola and Apalachicola rivers are very H. T. BLOCKER of health and luxury -hia sugar, 'tea, fruits, .s '

: iIACr'OIIKarlcHt' 7rpaeT wgnifiea! your fertile and lands in the Agent of Immigration for Florida. .
aa productive as
any animal and food the of
'term.of ttb.criptioa: baa expired, aa4 govern your- vegetable' produ S :
"1 ,.y eel( mccordinitly.J S ,, 2AUt CHARTER !OAE STOVES, state, and are high,dry and .healthy. There S S his own home ; his orchard: gardens; orange .
k are'm 1 [fine orange groves oo both the and vineyards offer unstinted I : '
groves ,
< .... } .BUBIirBSa CABDtL \ .
D8IIO I above named streams, and the fruit generally! with of wild fowl ..
89 & 91 GAMP STREET, Sitfffestlons for the Unemployed to product, an abundance _

{f:( : '. : A. ROBERTS & CO. Instruments very fine and large. Think About-Good Land a" $4 aa game, nhelMkh and scale-fish ue&rl) by,and I -: ), _
from old and perfectly reliable Makers are now sold
t : f '"' ,. I Branch,Houte! OO7 Magazine Street. so extremely low and on I such easy terms that all Middle Florida lies between the Apalachi. .Acre. with an easily accessible market for kit.cargoes I
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! ; t'!;'- ,. I D'staAdAp" the, arys ,!New :Orleans, La- -, creation can buy.: ''I.LVDDEN'. cola.and Siiwannee riven; the climate the To THE EDITOR or THE Sux-Sir 3 The superflnoas, p oda ti DI. bb sales wfll S Tj ':
t.. .. same as West Florida. has been thrown its beam end be mnous'and the judicious management -
1 on en
22nd <
.1.. ...1.: Tampa Florida, April 16 y. I & BATES, I .country ,
!? r&r "PORTUADZ'YLL. -- 8AVANXAH. There arq nine counties in Middle Florida by a lodgment of its labor ballast on'the of ,his industry and capital will.! give him j smiles

'. ;i C. M. BROWN, and very die farming lauds in every county. fields laden with the '
xtntg Northern side.V 0 have ouly to, shift the smiling fruits! .
: : !1' ; D al.r.' <. .f- Medkl61 Toiltt' WITH The; Great Wholcmle Piaho and Organ dealen of I'I
:; The productions of the Middle and the Went
dead in order to the ship of his labor.
' the.Houthj now mil imttniuientt fn!ni all leading weight right again,
r.< ".,' 4rtideaec. R; WALTER: & Co. Maken direct to purchdcrH, on thc\ o Agent*, No are about the same, and which consist of cotton and put it once more before the wind. In _I- 5
ig l'hy.let.M 17pt1flSM carefully compounded Vjiumiwion Plan.'at ilii nfactuit-r Factory PriM .5
! r&v-.' with S at aU hour of tho day UI, thereby giviJlurch) .>rw the large c nrt mi 10- corn, oat, rye, wheat rice;, millet, goober other words. we have only to shift this sur- "Sense, Seed antI Soil!'!/ .

.. ?"" .r 'and DighU t&e1ndrI1'pG&dit: j ? WHOLESALE MAXCFACTURERS OT, sionl! heretofore)paid to.nt.c, From *i J0 to $100 peanuts. chufa. ; cow peas sugar cane/ plus labor to the South and Southwest, where These "'the three 1&'fI'Col.. ''
; are requisites -
] actuaJl\' gin the ." oC n..tnmlcnt ,
Tampa, : an Un'Icr
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: 1'11n1:1. tobacco and all of which
potatoes cassava, ,
'* OLOTIIIN GrAND III' new iyateina W t te ,for particulnr \\'e every U itching for the hoe, and thousands Elliot of the Live Oak.iIpckA. to make .. '
5. ,' ir\RCL.MIT: < 'IU1't be ttmtt"I'IOM. liy proper culture, do well. Vegetables, of of' abandoned
neglected or plantations
truck iu Florida. tIn .
gardening a success -
<4t : 7 Ocla\'e Pianoll $135I f.'))
Stop Organs
: : & Burgeon :'' liantlll. 141 6 60 every variety, are, raised throughout our' are longing' for the laborer, to convert this the .
?! .k 74 I Octave Stop OI'tIU1", reply to query, : Can a .poor man, or ._ .
r l4 < .. }'T.MEAU1FLt. 71 Octave 1'ianoc, 1.60 9 :Stop; OrKUnM. 67 btate On the Golf coast' from the Ocklock- Vast army of idle consumers into,so many one of moderate means, makemoney cultivating .: '.. .fj .

: :OFFICE-In Dualymki. Mltofacll I'> Store, JOBBERS IN CLOTHS AND CASSIIERIT Grand Siuare Pianoa, 11:4: 12 StP Organs, 78 nee river, going west to the Ferdido river, active'producers, and! thus bring things back fruit aud vegetables r he saysby '

2 ;1 : .-_ MAsON a. HA LIN' ORGANS, there Lt a high sandy beach, in many place, '
to a true equilibrium. ...
t'- Dr. T. BRANCH 7 Stop', $100 I t. Stops', '108. to above level S comparison il the United States was *.
[ t from twenty, sixty feet the of
How this be done? If the I
j. S Baltimore .Id. S can tramp can market garden Florida would be the cot-bed ... .
SemI to 1M Yortle ,1mul bfl S".lmlled. the Gulf, and at almost point along said -
I.iil Phyi4, &; Druggist. / any tramp over the North, he can tramp to the -the pine lands particularly so, but they '.,
it Tampa, March. 30 78. __ lyr. ,I Chit'hring coast you will find, as pure fresh water as South and there he will abundance of '
makers like
,, : : / Not by reputable Steinway, must be highly.fertilized to make marketable i .
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i' Stcck, Knabe, but homi Manufacturer who lie had in the mountains of Virginia.
;; JOHN HAILE. PHILIP T. LAWTpS.HAILE by : can with The South '
::' ; :;, _. .rd1)8.'__ 1y.fr4 advertise fiHXJ) Piano for$2<10),$6,30) Pi 1111.III t fur$175, work good wages. to-day quality of product Our most available -
: : & .L.l\ "rTON $270 fur $ti5. Deception and Fraud are in all There f is!! a hunime'r resort inVest Florida, St: is the most thriving and prosperous section '' S
; j : ;;; .. Organs fertilizers are cotton seed, barnyard manure, Sand
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.- HR.ejamin_ M. D.Fhysicia' mich ahaurd otTcni. Buy instrument made. by old Andrew's Bay, a1 lovely spot indeed, where ofthe of idle .
h' i country. Many our workingmen muck. You 'must have naooey\o: get ., .
Factors & Commission Merchants and reliable manufacture like
,, always the surf is delightful and where fish ,
,: & bathing ,
n. Surgeon laid and
: .t ;d ; t.'li'kerin80011, Knat4 & Co., Ilalki&Ihvi have, by against a rainy day, cotton seed, stock to get barnyard manure, '. S.

: ftf 4. t. 1JtEKIODCE.-O. ; .WJ fj fai*. North Comtnerdal, Wharf, fathuKhck Piano Co., Hainan lin.**., Mi""n &IIan'tin oysters! and green turtle are found in great.. now, when the rainy day U upon them, theyare muscle to get muck, means to mix, and intelligence 4: .. .
\.l.t. I JM, .. AiabrHra A4w5 :. and you will have dUNe thai will ha,, \ lifetimeand abundance ..and but'few insect to annoy youSt. ,. their substance for
spending a ,
'* !dFFlCE.orncrof Franklin... A Twig?* 'Street', Qharleston'S. C. please you better e'el'1.1)'. l'erl'iu Middle Florida is lIituatcd'up" support to cultivate. -In 'other words, and i .

44; 1. S : 'Tampa, FU.!' __ VoLJ. o.lly.f 't NO WX'JUS; OH ) ;EA TTY TKAfjIIM St'-Jamcs' and idly waiting something to turn up, briefly you must have sense, seed apd oiL fl
S ., 'I_ .' -- >ld from our house.( The :l.ikcrV iianic-cvrcoit all Islam!, open to the Gulf, and I when they should themselves turn in
4.11\\t' .. Dr. Jolii_ ;_. 'vU-: Baglfrg' supplied Liberal Advances- inalconsignmeuts : J InstruiticuLo we l'Ill1111111' full iiiforiuatioii HK Uxinali-: at'an elevation of thirty feet above high Water up Very few poor men hare either, hence we -
where their little hoard
tv. durability' and couiparatiye rahie will Ill'l cnevrfully '-... some. new region would not man without tuffictcnt :
of'x tton llicc uuii other S adyuo any
t ou > fron/
; PHVSl lAN AND BURGEON with fresh water l '
Produce. given. To aid purchom>i in making' a jUti.c pure, gushing .; "r1"Litart. them in life, and soon secure to control all of the above' to .
TAMPA, Jo'I.i' .\. S ou.-. m-lfction and ecurc fort them the finest Instrument l hillsides along the coast for miles, and :; means eugagt '
--r r5A : ; fort and
: OFFICB--1. Block J :E4 of the Court House! ,p for lea>t possible lriv1ii i. our invariable: rule: ; S \ independence. in the truck business. We have tried it and .
surf a:3fiue there Lt' the
iq /
r Corner of Lafayette: and Monroe Street* REFERENCES: : :. and I to this we owe' our iOIlJl(- "e suweHnnml, lwn'ft>'C bathing : ; as wl .' .away requires a much less sum ofS'n : made a failure, but if we had means we feel p .
1. '_ -I-I IS : GlBBES & Co. /S ing trade. |I' NVe have every!variety of fish known jr( is .With S
generally supposed.

S !l Q4'QRO ON, S A.EDWIN S. JOHNUTOX BATES A, Co.President; Bank ol, WHV we can fell! "good'!.instrumentHO. cheap,: Gulf; green turtle oysters, clams'and'/'. : ":1.,8! the railways now offer to emi- confident be derived that from more the pleasure cultivation and of profit fruits could,and.,, ''
lA.'C8I11e'we l'I.le Dealen I
'. +:.rr: <>l YND ATJAWLT1 Charleston. / 20 tf.,. merely.AgcutSj)) representing are Wholt. antlfaeturt'Nin t'C,11Stllll'14 (not! arc. in great abundance. .,, I "inily of ordinary site, with its vegetables hau any! other business in Florida '

4 : and j jIuig| mure. in..trn lent>l yearly tlnn al] Tallahassee, the.. capital of the state is situated furuitu and household utensils, can be accessible to railroads or transportation, assuring I : .-
I A U. UOU1JMAX. LEE ROY MYERH,. other lIl1tht'nll'nltt1IlOtIl1oioc,1. A small wholeKile -
i U SOUCITOR IN CHANCERY : on a hill! at uu altitude of some three transported to almost any part of the South tch." '

\ s ; profit{ on. each I In-tnimcntjis\ all I we want. \ quick.disp ,. ,
n 5' TAMA.FLA. '. GOODMAN & MYERS ., or.four'(; hundred feet above the. Gulf. TheMmcry Southwest for fifty to seventy-fire dollar ... .

t r !IS6T''Office In Fricbek'a Building-Up"Stairs, Stand fro Iii! Underiff around id! bvauliful iudccd. The Au additional two hundred dollars will

: .1.Tampa,, Jnm_ > !_..t. 187J. [?_. S 12-ly. JJJ1Of1LSi 1;1: I let re2ri1a.ily! ulId.'r/.t' l / ','.", .nil, 11"rn 1// fir. Wakulla\ springw one of the great natural build a temporary cabin aud buy a hone: a GHAPEARBORS OVER STREETS.-Mauy 9'.
: with small! lots in towns deterred
l- J.R. 1I.ALL.: \ 'P. w.(:..WIU.IK.Sc ,iff /t'h it J./'J>'/>/:.V.tI.1..!V'/iji::::;rt'tit iin-liront I btuitItffnlil. curiosities of our;, country its surface covering cow, aud forming implements. Then the people arc:
Ctftmt' .st in ftif''itH I''ii&r) dad Orynit war from planting Scuppernong their .
fe : WALL < wAltorndys LI awl an Miiltfr/ rLre i the} yrirf j tiitil! luttfum, we art p several; acres, and; a bold river (flowing fromit man w established; and has only to work to grapes on : ': _
TOBACCO & CIGARS lots, as they'spread so tar, and take up too
i : & Counselors at Law I '11 r o: i ir r ".L"I-I .vi j : and finding its' way into Apalachee Bay secure a competency.Land much Would it not be novel and
I ... \ ; A11 You hoar IIM 11'\\,. (411110 and(' i\|* when: y/ni jt time. twelve miles l1 stant. This spring U very will not require any cash outlay. a :; .
convenient vines tho end
plan to plant the at
r ( l.I'lDEN) \ BYfI-\r:: :I\IIIIIlh: : Cia. and its that the South and Southwest there
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\ CJKAXCKH deep, : so transparent yoJ,1cau' Throughout .
f.k \ SOLIC1 TOJtS fy 133 BAY STREET. : of the lot next the street, and making arbors
y 1 I .' T.UUA'L..\. : ?>ce a five-cent piece at the depth of ninety arc millions of acred of the richest: boil, al- .. S

t }" : PRACTICE i in heCourt.4. of SOUTH i.sSomireokly. lIL feet distinctly.: You tee fish, alligatorsand ready broken up 'and lying fallow because over the street ? If.your neighbor over the .
WiLL Ofi-1n JIendersunrbriI41ing. SA.V.AN'N": AS;: :, 'GA_ way did! the same how: nice and shady you {'
,1 --==- 1 crabs orfing in the depths below you the owners cannot get labor to till it, which .
ni Tobacco Factory 8 i'igar. Flll'tl.fX.,616) I -=. i have it. The should be
: might placed
JIti; posts I 1.
.+ \,1: S. M. SP AlRK {.AN, I.Yxcimnut'YA. \KW Yoiti.Tampa \:. u; and the a< usation produced by'gaziug below the settler cab buy at his own price, and on _

i: '\ .Attornc3: "atAND La'w, March_.. 25, '76. ly. is that or; t being aiK-ponded.; in mid-air. This his own terms of payment. lie will be wclcgnied !- about ten feet= apart aud sufficiently high .toallo'vehicIes ''
each other and under.
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r spring i is a great resort fur young people. aud treated like a man ; that i is, if, pan

t. '\-' 9Ll'C.lT 1V CIl.JCldr.. ECKMAN & VETSBURG, Picnics: arc frequent} it being only sixteen he attends'to his owu business and does notset In the warm summer evenings neighbors ,

./ yr. MEADE\ FL.t.S There is similar :' could take thevc airs a.ndsit. on the side I j'
r 1 _: niiles from Tallahassee.)) a himself up as a doctor of theology or a'
Had VOLT PRACTICE in all the Court of South; ___.z: -_ ;: walks conversing and wilnesaiug the gambols ,
;', Wholesale Dealers in : priug in East Florida, near Ocala: but not professor of political and moral science lie I S
bQrtiorida. of their children and the 'same time feasting f
] \ S.' so large as the "Wakulla, yet navigable for may be tempted to do this, for most of the at I
Ser) vicc\
-t ,1'F't' .LAW I the Ocklawalm river. white of the Southern and border on the delicious ,Scuppernong, Thomas,
: Dry Goods Notions &e. steamers!:! running up working men -
: ; OFFICE.Taylor Flowers and tender which follow ;
't 1 :iLtx1wi : \ TO luust and South Florida lie between the States were born a little before the flood. pulp grapes,.
.' each other in ripening. A village of this .. ":-
S t FLA.AS Suwannec river and the Atlantic. Many of Their'plough is a wooden wedge and their
; G .ESJ Savannah would considerable attention and \
t Ga.
sort attract ,
; S CEDAR KEYS AND TAMPA the counties in East and South Florida : otfd -
... ic" ., before U. ti Land Office atllaine%- contain hoe and spade, rope' harness clumsy
'I at I C. attended' June 9, '';7. tf. ,IS entice others to make it their home. Who '
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:'" i' sand Wahhington large l Incites of,good rich lamlg suited: ox-cart ,wooden-wheeled wagon, aud the '
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jironiptneM.: t! will it ?Gainesville Xncl. '
for agri.nltural'purpn.CS, as well as for fruit cow-critter" that draws it, out with try :
:,; \ 10.wU -1 A. Einstein's Sons tTA ._AtfA Tl ": .1.V1) KGMOXT.IIVSTKAMER came
I t i. R. T. flNLZY. The climate is .1 i
't"t growing. delightful. They them from the ark. But'aluable' breath ,
_ :: ,. \ l Y & FINLEY, WHOLESALE: DEALEItS:: IX ; are being rapidly stettl l <*l up. ,Jacksonville is would be wasted in attempting to convince, Concrete, Walks. I i, I I

_ i 1orney at;. Law the largest city in our state a thriving business them'that these; relics are ,not a long sight These walks are useful and durable though q .

1: 1 t. t\ .XSONr.lLLB, 1- FLORIDA. BOOTS SHOES HATS "JL.T.. CCIIIIAN'.I place, good hotels, and fine,boats }plyingthe ahead of our new.fangled notions' and fancy sometimes a little troublesome'and expensive, 1at //jJ -

- :l .. T.4 i .. CI'IC&.tD the guteand Federal 'U urt&- W. P. JACKSON, MASTKR.: St. J bufl. The. apital and energy of fixin's. They had better be let alone; at the outset. If small. .atono or gravel can

: l.i will rire tbecial; aUeation Jo land litigation .5 Leave Tampa Tl fKS DAY f,>i Cellar KCVK, those northern and western people who have any rate the settler had better not neglecthis be obtained the cost, however, need not be I '

I.1\ 1 : ''SOlI 4intheU.SLandOfficeatJackoo- Savannah Ga. Arrive nl Cedar Kers WEINKS1};I.t. identified themselves with our state have farm work to. do labor great. The mode of constructing these -
tiU.F1a..ud Wuiui,1D. .C.KEBCHAITT8. LiTe dlar Kevi.VKDX; r:>*l>.\Y for Tampa, missionary among very
\ -'f' /. &BROiER A rri ve at Tampa ou Tl I UHSDA Y. done much to open up and develop resources them ; for the chances are, that if they are walkaiaasfollows: S :::

;f:\ ". :i d JVYMl. ._ ttc. CARHART Arrive Leave TampA at Cedar; FKIDAY Key on for.\TURD.\Cedar' Kern&. unknown before, consequently\ we must prosper reasonably.honest, and not overmuch given Having previously graded and rolled the,. '. t:

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''t 4QJf } I Arrive at Tampa on SUNDAY.For Along the St. Johns river the lands are help to some day get to a region where 'with end 1 .
," 7. 1 .. t1c '\. Freight or Passage (having exceller t a long-handled dipper begin at one .. ,,, .... 'S
: -OTORS: So :;(; niul 08 Park IMace "- generally and require fertilizing. On there is neither planting sowing, reaping of of !
: i.: : *! .: ; accommodations) apply to the Oatain] o Ii poor a\pile quite coarse gravel, pouring on .::.{ ,

4 1. V( O' 0 NEW YORK. board" or to : Lake Harris, Lake Jessup, Lake Eustice and nor subsoil ploughing. the tar, quickly shoveling over and over so '':!'. .-1 -....., t

; tND SS o ., \. R. 13. THOMAS?, Agent' Tamps L. Lake Griffin you fine lands that will produce Subsoil ploughing! That country will as If mix i thoroughly. Cover, the' ground : t

'. ." i 1 \ C. R. POST, .... .--6j from twenty to! thirty bushels of corn per never need i it-not; at least, for tWQ centuriesto two and and a half or three inches deep' z't -.t'f I
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: LAr S 5- D\-cTE, acre, and,where moat!! ] of the tropical fruitf come. I have seen one of these antediluvians with the,tarred gravel and then roll. Clean ., JJ. ;: l'
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L 1.1:; :!: .: C SAVANNAH << can grown. shake out his'half-beaten sheaves the roller with, a broom. you proceed. ._ .1I..i.' :,q '
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acre.And Then put on a layer of tarred gravel: one : '
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'; >l fcNKNEY WHOLESALE DEALERS INTobacobs small steamers. Frot is seldom seen at eight enormous ears, and the stalks stout and sprinkle die surface with hot tar, spreadingthe .' ::l l'

,, r : .0'. AXD DEALER IN Mellonville,And quantities of oranges, lemons tall enough for the mists of a fishing smack. same with a broom; finally cover the ': r ,

t. zPJIiIzsIoI IERCNTSN I I citrous and grape-fruit are raised between Ihave in mind now..a particular district bf surface with a coat of fine...sand, and your : ,
: 1 .', Western Produce, & Jacksonville and Mellonville. All northwestern Tennessee, but the same soil is walk is complete, ready for.use. It will im:1' : "-

i,; \''f' S r S NEW. YORK. j* Cigars Liquors. along the Atlantic coast, from St. Augustine I found in many parts of West Virginia Kentucky prove in hardness by age. Provide_ portable \," .. .
', Amenta of Cotton Solicited. 91 & 93 MAGAZINE STREET, Savannah----- \ Ge L SOUth as far as settled,; proves to be a fine Missouri, northern Georgia; and Flor- tar kettles, screens a hard roller, 'and other \ S p ,

L 1. ,S. f$ 1 IU \: Orders wiliciteil. Promptly Filled nnJGUAUANTEKD. R.1ti"fu''I: fruit-growing country, and much is now bet -S da. Those districts need nothing but Northern proper tools, and you can .make a \ralk to'Tl: '\, :

i, 't'; : .Jt to)(.N'V.\V.,,'.11!&Co.,of Tamp L TfEW ORLEANS, LAS i S 1 ing done to velope' that section of the state' : laborand\; a Northern enterprise to makeS .your satisfaction. S \ 5 :

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THffSUNllAND TRIBUNE. I nominees of 'the; Daily the puts himself in Mr. T. in his character of comic minstrel I Yellow Bluff'Notes. '-ABrisiD Tallahassee ; has 0,000; LemorisforSale: : : j)

!,. enmity to it, and:his elforta tend to weaken could, we believe, gather laurels iu au\_ city, A recent trump turiong the/fruit growersin gone to raising fish bait in the shape of worms PenallM in H .
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i_ t.. w- ,I. WALL>, -- V.. .. Editor. disorganize and destroy it. The *member ofa should he ever undertake to appear before this section ho* only served' to convince, us out of bum art hair. It takes three months {o AFTER oMiatj. Buasdrswiugc$ : ";..JtIl.cl'rosclt
household who attempts to destroy it, that well located business inthe convert a' human hair into a good healthyworm. ; \ :
t 5rewSSfcfH : : we are fo/'the near the grove)into Btc* .
?.K.pnoerPt'r&ua1neuManager. the public. >
--- should either, through sen-rcspec leave it future and.that eveiinow, something i UIjeing > l Ia.T'II'art.lf ', 1j
** ;:5 = or be kicked out but not claim to be1' a Such a I laudable disposition; in our young 'I Potb r .
.pa 71L. Saturday; July 20,1878T ; done worthy of nieution. laJacksonville, they dump ballast overboard \ ,- "
'.-- friend and'mcrnler of a-'family he w'not only people deserves to bo warmly}. fostered and ,Just oPJ o iw' the north end of St. Joseph > at the mouth on the river ;; here we uiic r' -

: '-k-:: '. 'ter UI BueioeM Letters boull!' be lent to the willing, but is attempting. i dcstro)." ., encouraged''fim.d] we question whether there key and on)the shore/ f Bay St. Joseph w' ballast coming from Havana for grading : PROCLAMATirn / i :. ; ; /

5:*I i X : Publib z JM lJUJW cationH &C. to a :.. .. be influence so refining upon a people as. what is known as the YelluDIuff place. streets, filling iu lots, and kindred practical l : MTOTICEi4Jof '' hereby M;; I '. : I Ilaw ,

; ( Editor, "- : COII1UN1CATED.3] 't", any* j.* This .is pwued by Air. Walton Whitchurst 'uses.-Kty Wet Diipatch. \ : {c th ,8Iate ot Cord II!-" ;:.' 1
llNr Clear Water IU Advantages and Beau- 1c. who may perhaps be regarded as the I leading -Mr. John B. DaCostavaprivate watc&- and declare the.townol that I ani Tm ec .i1"\\\ I j ,11f.
I } centuries .
D 1 MO iLl1.1G TIOKET .What Ovid wrote eighteen ago of hortii-nhurUt in this section. This i is \ f'
K ?jff tl..JIP' :: place man on Dastrcet Jacksonville, fell from one of lnlcti6 oi.t'eictsipi; I. S f--, ,
jrv I i .I Ii' 0 j the iuflueutje exerted by .ih fiue arts in general beautifully located 1 on the bay, anti there are of.the wharfs into tho river onx the morning into thin place by either i4 .;JI1I Mi1n \ '. t. z. l' .1''i-

.v3 :4: ;;;l'tbras-Fir4. G/njTrewiouoi DUtrid, EDITOK TIUBCSE, : G i is especially applicable in this iiitauiee.'I now some' two hundred or more fine young of the 3d! iiist., and was drowned. ere assistance -. uHstlion with the city of J(I. : 1"" '- .,;I4: '.

: Nnturehasfunnshcd.no fidcliter nrt emollit : grange} trees jiist{ beginning"to .bear, Insides could be rend n.'tl. herebvJorbidmiiny com' -i : I' : .' I' ., -
ingcnuas didiyisse (:, .
.: 1 $ T -i. .'- t such'facilities for surf bathing anywhere, as :lUll\1L.i, pcaciiKi, dates, lemons and other -The of the late C. E. Dvke Jr. iiujirvct,with under the the salj .j.. .. 'I' J'f. ,:,-
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1k:? '? "*"" : .HON. a. H. M. DAVIDSON. ion.nee. nit cs..tj"rll.t) : fruit-. Mr.W. hits 1fino and only son C't'IJl1-- t I I I' '"' f
the Gulf coast of Florida. We have place grove 5 and 8 moHths died in Tallahassee Ime &g111 \ 1I 1- : 4
on never aged '
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t .,S t------: -- ---- ---- : Home four miles' hack from tho bay near the TapIr Givea .L & co : ':. I !
LJi*>-crr 1 : last Saturday.Thus in .tbe.t hort :
been Point Clear but have .
(.' SStl> R.1 '. -87'SpedalJDUpatch to'the TRzBijJ's at persons/who -S. __ south end of Lake Butler. Here he first Tat IIJt lr1tta :r i 1 :"- .,
f' ii -*_jKl1-'- u-j-i !L BAL Wfl(July 19.-- %-G>no'ver; nominated bathed at that watering place aud Clear' Water Nebraska Avette.MILEnrron. i I\'glu'iu 1S..) by raiding seedling trees and space f family of-seven the father weeks and three two membeis childreu.ba'eheeu. of this \tCt'tt.. .. S 1.I \ ., ." .1. ,. "! ;.

t j-T "Sfcj i -J"v byCouventLon for Congress, First District bay, say, that our watering'place is inuc.h NN giving them auny, as, iu common with many taken "lT ;R IhdofiG : : ': ".,- ;.IiJ'

.4 ; >-- *3 / :well.elecUoa. the best. How cau the bathing j>e betterauybere r Whoever is rej-ixmsibiCNfor the others, he did not regard the fruit bu.inessts away.' I r _. ods 1- :. .
j <\ *' i the The dirl.'Co or the Ocala, Silver Springs :
idea of
SPEXCER.All destined! the I
-'I : to JiC leading w
f'iisl' people .
>' than here I The temperature of of :this street tlie editor th 'li- Yotin: : S.h
? f 4s4- H I naming or ; ) 'here. Some of these 'seedliugs were anti Gulf railroad'Cpmpany have sent off an ,l.l' "

v- ,* '>.-.|,*-*-. I lion 1C. II. M. DavJdsou.nomination thts water is agreeable to bather during the tress of thjj Tampa' Guardian, has credit lor, planted- about the houc and l formed the order for several pairs of wheels, a freight i rnnJ-f i r THE'4 S. : : L I\ ).

!'. -iV-; ? Tue of' entire bathing season. Its. waters flow in hiivingdone ?o. Whether the name was tiuelvus-of the Hue grove jf near five hundred and! passenger car, twenty kegs >/f spikes,' ? .. '. ; I 'f'1-

i &; :<>$ I' this-gentlemen'the' for ro- from the bosom of the Gulf of Mexico ami! selected l wjsely or unwisely; I will l nut at trec now (in the place. These treesrinjununoii and! }other material for the road), and a number I.tnennfocLf. NA.Ts- .. .1'. ...
*- /'I i*l-J_ from First ; ,
J; ;*! A. to Congress Congressional of hands l'OlUllil'I1C'tl 'getting: out cros- u4T' : '
I. all others in this section i
with inu.-t
from under (j f 1"f 1"\
torrid and
a gun, are alwayswarm undertake I. : i is that tcSwfl3hlC -.
present to bay. Certain jit ties: and the -Chaltt Banner. at nttE -
District was .entirely i in accord with ire presenting it line, healthy >earnuce : cleaning track.- EYE TO nlE" _. .; :';
enough and gait ciioitgh to suit the ho duo liot like it 1 it : very ap| l lru_ 7 __., WANTs ; i.h: :
.1 there are many ?'lllI"c : TWJ'Q' .
--Thc West of the Cth Ins*
the generally understood. and expre&3ed will and will probably give a hundred thousand Key Dispatch euu bu, OUl" JJ

_ .... :,of..thefJDeniocracy.: Such an expression of guestswho remain. at this watering place is so unfurL niatcly l'dionayhilei} to'othl'rs oranges f lor this year's: crop and probaly -- hasu, sensational article, \,1Jcrthe head! of"iu- n..and Patron at PRICES +' : iINoti4Ous1

'zatisiactiou with and confidence in ] ',even'ln October.In it is positively; distasteful in consequence of )hI> half us many niore in '''. Some of the human brutality," about the way the sick are "i. :" t

a public high httitudcs, the waters ot the Allan that lack of which the noniichxttire finest bauutias tint we have ever seen lire' cared for in the U. Sy Marine[ Ilorptal Key I : "i' '

_ c -r:: .. 0 _servant can 'hardly,fail of Iwing extremely tic oceaif "r 'too cold for; comfort health eupuouy found here in all' their tropical luxuriance, \\'.M- 7jtitice I"' h. Wfir of.'LIFE-LOXQ ; 11 '.1 *1
demand .
.'''gratlfying'tb. him'; and must be peculiarly or of the prcadut d-ay J' ) seems to ..1idt a !large uunfucr of guavas, plums, pitch found! a living, though very sick, 'man l.' l foti..it.f.,and we arable and wil nt' ,S : : "

,o under the circumstances when, as is generally often as late as July;; aud then they are coldin' Froin Fort Brooke running on the section Jj..adit's ij; figs citron and Messiuo lenuus. III in the 'Mead lioriy" of tha iusiitijUoa whIt nlIiC\ tLI PROFITS : \ i .J'l : -:t

1 '- the,case with a party'on its first regaining August Here the temperature U quite line due north U !lie HilMioniughj botweeu addition.' to the uninjje culture, Mr. While- .an empty cotfiii by his side ; and it seetua' rt'f". ')(ml-bd I) Tu our Pri. aDd-t 'QvaUt1e., f;>. ".: tiCler .j
agreeable even in May and OctoL r. And Ilaiiua's and the '. I hurst > ful I.in 1 his farm that IlIch.had tCIJ his s'uuaUou for several MeNUSOC&iE4P .L' --
,r :z : 4 power iu-a State, a host of jK>litical bridge. Sulphur lit verr !uccoe crops i / t.r. .b, L'I". ; _UI..ltUllpJe'. r rtid. 11-
all of the'bathiug: resorts oh all'of their shore;. Spring thu J.is Nebnu-ka'Avenue.) It 'is a and raises yearly au abundance of 'CIlII, |p otiitoes 1 davs. J J,"I I t'OU C\ -r".
4 'Mi .- aspirants may be expected to put forth their melon.-, corn, cassava: and vegetables Ii ny .'fEi. THE.B I _1
have serious drawbacks which make
some thanks
.respective claims. .' county rualId coJ nty-'.]roads to uf all kinds.'c!, .do got think that many- ''Soiling"The ;? "ft>. J'lItl'naol E lol

So far, as a .Representative of, Florida i in them objectionable. the passed assembletl wUdom! at 'FaIalitee.are | persons j sire rich 1 enough I to I buy J thu I > place'as' "soiling" system has many afiu great >i!, t n."I"'C.'I4'',' doC.Ferr', .. rk .f uId I S ,

4 S the United States Col. Davidson We proposenow In cast a bird's: eye glance ullowed;, to be ticetily fret Il' dc.i At onetime t owner. ) has no idea of, seeking a !better 'lociition. advantages; find all who have stock and who :. 1n. I
Congress, Tiu-iU\will U op3ned at;9 o'ctuck a. cluwoc'
t 'has Been zealous and ou the horticultural 'advantages of this region thirty fed of white satl\ :w Kiii5rc
a energetic public servant ; we- have already stated in our former but this wa'whl'u sand wan cheap, before the ;, Leaving Vellow Bluff anjl! travelling casttfard By this system, cattle,horses etc., are not ( lint l'.inv Imtjil ana neat at Tamp*'Ha. ,. -
1 :i' always alive to the interests of hi! t I : we first cotno to the farm :and"grove of turned out to| graze iu dry nud beauty |p.'Li- atnol- Ctli Ja/of July A. 1>. IS78. Z .. .
number that the and
tropical scmi-tropica }had 1 Liken of men's .
: State and constituency. That ":hich' the ; orange fever possession i Henry Tinny where- we find MIIIV two hundred tales, but are kept in cool anti pltuxint enclosures .' TUG E. JMTDOX. .

r -:r1: .. people wanted he exerted himself to obtain- ; plants arc growing here to perfection, o docs 'souls.. Foijuuately some t-riibryotic: States- and twenty-five trivs, abv>ut seventy of well supplied with water, and, abundantly -, Atti-st' : ,J(ciAit To t'T'.1IU',u Ckrk.Jtily I Mayor. .-

T Stfc' 6 and there is no doubt but with his experience' the grape vine, and any }>ersoii planting a m:1I1nth crude patriotism bristling from the which are bearing with H l'ro p'ct of thirty- fed with forage,green or dry, raisedas tth.---. I- l
pass r
consider the his chid t thousand ,ucxt willttr.V. al.vhyre > near saul enclosure as possible Thus tlie-- --4-- _
: %i vineyard may same hairs of his head ami progress, purq and unadulterated oranges S
: ; and greater familiarity with .the in the future and few ; noticed a specimen-of the mango with' a farmer can always bo sure his stock have: sufficient fWSaIe.*
*5r -- -f support only a yearswill oozing fioin I Ih.l tips ot( his l f&gci's Valuable Plac
: routine of busies i and parliamentary rules partial crc-p of Hue fruit. George WliiiclJni.t food! ; he can always know where to ,,. ,
E c: o*the House, that.he'will be able to accomplish ... justify his anticipationsand reward his movexl[' lo, amend by cutting oil ten feet 1 has a fine young grove and will Havenrybably t find his .animals, and by properarraugemnts 1 'A -\cun OF LtI'tg' ; 12 mi1 1t N. W: L

;. much more' than any other man we labor a thousand fold. ind 1 _Solon I .had 1 tlus) eximiMtc satisfaction: o'fseting ten thousand: marketable: orangesfjir he can save all the manure he rOquires.the U of Tampa. Die impruY' eUIIItbll8id'1aDd i

Our personal experience for these lasttllft.'C his niotion; become n law. Surely the the present Crop some 50 or more trues more stock and! the more feed, tnu greater the arc follower 16 acrwopenmrii under rood ttale4.
r ; ,
_ : send'to
.cou Forty-sixth Congress. : jjist into Close tyi of manure and the richer the farm of ul4ivfttion.OtraugtiTrejstl; 16X oT which are L"rest
] cta1iug nicely quantity
in the culture of vines, induces the \ ,
t. : 'Because his b'such years grape owners of f ro'pcrty along liIlcor county lxninjj-the will War in tw rear*. bearing
: .- -. j however a popular'favorite"swith i| li'ated'ihhiain Thomson who has some nud the garlic '
that the id dis i4 Itriipv. Fruit tree 2 bearpjg Peach trees i
us to predict, day not roads for the protection of valuable law*, ; ; .
1 I the Democracy of his ,District, lauds tivo hundred trees growing and about thirty Florida farmers have wilnin easy reach 1.u- n.\J\ Orvhard: ; Uram IUtnes and
.r- *Be must not'conclude* that no" exertion i is* 'rot taut.when some of our adapted to such should agitate the question of a till further bUiriugthi3 year. Here wo noticed a remarkably greater facilities t for feeding stock thau any 1..1 111HIt.lII'tk4 sweet. wul Sour PlmyM and any

-' 1 j-. "' Ijbirtd his purposes will produce as good if not superior reduction of say ten feet more. This; would fine mango true, tIle limb of others in the United Suited. Couiiuuuciugin uaiititv. uf {uuUo Af{>I ly to -*. : SI
to secuwf re-election. ',
6ohupart .
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He> into" the campaign lo win and vintage in quality and quantity ju the departments give us a ten foot road ,which we could callan which"Si-cre literally loaded to the ground the, fall we cau throughout the year, raise iiar I 18th-lR78. ,1 :..: -T Z. ; p : t
must .
t go of .Bordeouz, Champaigne. and Avenue on the same principle that the with. the fruit, reminding us ot scenes amo'ngth turnips, rye, oats lucerne Hungarian grass, 1t-' -, Q 'H
Jafipfy'10ttthe; fight all of tli vigor and zeal apple orchards iu the North. Messrs.- cow-pcax,. Guinea gross, Para grass millet of I I' ";

?, : Which he -gallantly' displayed in 1876. Bo rgondy.' man called 'his geese, swans.Ot. .. Tiill1J,,fho upMl: and Whitehurst were troubled all kinds common corn, doura corn, sorghum ; ;! S. \Warning. .

:By no mean let him 'despise bu political So far 'we succeeded the best with the Scup. : .cours .this would necessitate construction by the unusual heavy t floods !in thespring crab-grass crow-foot, and many other. varieties ; I I On'ic4TutPa S. S.Co.' .. .

as unworthy of his steel, DO matter pcruoug, Isabella, Concord and Ires seedling; of1' "different kiuds of vehicle from [' but are each now rejoicing in the ofiutritiousgrasses, giving us an abundance I Ta UII. JUDO 26th, 1S. ..,1''t.: .

enemy a further' experience, doubtless, will point out those,now i iti use, ami! let me suggest, ell pa.- filiest crojw for years. Mr. W. E. Johnson of fresh, green food for stock every C.igne r. ling to pay freight bill ou preu-- .4 S ..
k J bow, insignificant he may appear. To get varieties hits about four hundred fint1 I looking trees, day in the year. Our; climate gives us this talim'will., i iii all HubHwiuvnt j ron ignment> b* 1'C'I I t
which are other -that.would thrivein Mr.Krausc} and other makers '
ia &tivered
: : the peolethoroiighl that there gant wagon with iuin.-a to my all charge Ix-fore freight uI
arpused so of lieariug
; pueliundred are and thus all
ocr great advantage we can at r f'
t this region ; the" above mentioned varieties that a patent reversible cart arranged 30 I\ JTanipX S K.IV.THOMAH t ,
.will be no Inkewanuneaei and indifference on a'prosK-ct| for twenty-five thousand marketable times, have plenty of meat, milk manure Oeh'l& Agent. -' p A

T the part Democrats in going to the polls, are very prolific hardy growers, ripen iu that the hotie may l he inverted i. e. his,head oranges this crop. Farther to the eastward and vegetables. Hear what the Ch'atauqua _June 29th 1878. SI ;l -

i is the J/u'ne, and, comparatively speaking art free placed .her?s 1m heels are wont to be, 11.1111. we find Joseph Garrison's gruve of over (N. Y.)'} nnt'T says ot 'a .little fifty-acre I .
aD.sr1u.'a vigorous campaign order .
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p from the inroads, of insects and blight.Cultivation at the. meeting; of any unusual impcdiuieut-,- two hundred trees with one hundred bearinga'crop farr in that state : I/ Sheriff'sSale..
'r- of the day. Every Democrat is expected of fifty thousand The farm of John Y.
of flowers besides their perhaps, oranges. Hawley, Brant. N. :
ornamental Mr. or Mrs.i Jehu can lend the horse backwards K/jflrtu* of the authority Tptwl in 1Dt': by exe-
to do his duty. \ Near h Ii on either hand: ) tire located the who has practiced the soiling of feeding '
I merits i Wt nluable ; ) system t-iLUn4 LwtiitMl exit o(, uwl unU r- the isaI of the Circuit -
(,.: 1 ilUi- 0, than cottonor until lie comes to some open ftyld or thrifty young groves of Messrs. Holland, for some time, contains fifty acres, all of 4 tVtirt of I'olk Hintr, Suu of Fioritla, whiirvinVVillilut -

:. Our Poiitlcn. sugar cane, and more so i in 'some countries Unfenced h Rlcst.c3d.Kowsomclprople. Dixon and Duuicl, all of whom have sonic which, with the exception of a piece of timber M. CatlKJirt, "L jfointitf 'sad OweD II.

., us'tliat fitted for any three of these crops. In Francein are.so insane as to hope trecijust beginning bear flul 1 who:c proajH'cts and rough land is under a very high state of /l)!i ):; ,It has occurred to ina much.as hilIlltiror sale t at (MiUiciutor In fraotof fI
: of ourBubscribers and friends both the .departments of Alpes Maritimcs and that Nebraska Avenue will have uniform tor the future setu quite favorable.JohhSuttou : cultivation. Uisiuu| the place are about tell : l'unrt IIi>u.-v JOOT: ia Tuun, Ililkboruueliwithiij _
;2 many at Basses Alpes with Nice Digue, Aix" and near Curlew church, has a lino head of cattle, two hOr.i.and, perhnps ahead fuw t.nt}, FI-ri..t! 1111 rl'II.t.yn I''t. 'tht. .\. L. 1 $,
.: home and at a distance may be*of opposite fwidth: of 6ftf| f feet; indeed), they have goue Lithe farm aud a grove of four hundred tree, of loose stock'at times. There Xro ; the lt'utl'[ huur. ,,f*\,,1.\ ," _

i politics to us, it might .pot be_amiss for us to Meutone as centers, the cultivation of flow- ,extent,of)voting upon this question I and! some twenty of which arc l louring.: )1t. about ten acres devoted to small! fruits: /uch 11 {[IIvtriii< .r ..rib..llan.t-\l ) "Hitnalc I lyii% and
ers, for industrial purposc.s, is attended with decideil Stilton has also Scupperuriinj l being in /iri,1 county.f |!IiIL'l ,rotigi! : YUe N. KI '
have the thing authoritatively.Why t some. pleiidid as strawberries, blackberries ru.'pL rricl,etc.,
for staunch ,
!" j11 give *ome reason our ,advocacy of tbi N..1! \ of !'t1iQ; liy'T' .tii.Mi> ) !oQlb ,
immense viiief! and we arc to wowler, when l but tofurnish fi-Cvi/for the
magnitude didn't vote each inhabitant of leaving forty acres
of the principles of the Democratic they Ilnnm 1 lJ! %.8..t, C'/1irnill; )) 3'fl'*: Ix-rieit npun tU
b party. Why could we not with as favorable advantages Tampa, from! the U. S. Treasury, a fifty dol- wo see them, why th jwople ilo not plant horses and! cattle during} the year. Tl, adopt{ the property of Otrcii I II. L'i.li.tug, iX-fvndant twnatoiit S
.r: : I We are a Democrat in no contracted, illiber the vine more freely, as every specimen that.iq this'system, preparations must be .begun in i.ify. I u 't''liOlThe; l1.e. I.r"i..rty jiuuti.d; .
of climate the Gulf coast of .
1. aIzndmerelypartisanensebutimplybecause our on lar bHI l ? I dm"the happy possessor of forty have seen here is only an ndtliliuiial 1 proof the 1'11.; it appears,, as some plantmust be l>: vH'liiiilintti "Yo i "
: Florida, obtain the sameresults, ? we think, rods of rail fence this Avenue Sir that this be made noted Teriw tiC i-alo! tl. h ; l'itn-rlaJlC'l'C llft.1'ini.r tidal.
on as
;- the past has fully and wofully demonstrated -. Zig.znf' can a country ready to cut early in the prlIg.! / piece of \!, 1 1). l _\.\ t .UT. .
..t ,. the fact that.the Republican party, ye*, with little more. industry, pens rverance which I never move and thereby ruin wull for the protluvts of the vineyard as of winter rye large enough to furuWi u mon.It': Jurf' 29hIun.SItcrtf)i ; llilLiburwiKh.

and'some capital. Sir never, the voted of all the orange grove.. On Mr.( Suttou's pine lets! or so, is sown in the fall, which is ready: ...
t,: !; epecial11 ia the South, has not only failed. toIf'.t Many other renumerative plants can be mv the- orange meetings grove. Christendom to the ,, land farm wenutkvil, a 'fiel.l of ujjar cane to cut the latter part of April or beginning of To Whom it 'May Concern !

represent the intelligence aud interest of thepeople iu contrarynotwithstanding. that would be hard! to 1Il:11..1t even on l lie Mar;' then follows (two or., .three"varieties [

: ; but.nas proven itself co"rript, vicicusaad grown here with paying results, for instance I twas not my purpose rich hammock hinds fart her nort Ii. W c.t ), clover, bowell milky-o rn- etc. '. Ast rpi4 C IlIksI..OftlHFamIlO FOI.UWI.VU TACKlUJES$team wniining Ship',(.'.. in if j4 4 i
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the Pecan of which there are'ten or. twelve however, to expatiate upon roads and fences Ifl j Mr. Button's 5tho.! bachelor dui of our fast is taken another shouldbe .
totally.destitute of principle ; aud has, as a crop f'ir not it- n >v.tI l ami clinjt pciii! on or.Wlore July .
teover to perpetuate its varieties, Cork oak, it does well in Louisiana. legislators and!i l public spirited citizens, but tospxtk friend John O. I) ugiu., of the firm of-'Doug sown, thus keeping the )land under crop 2111h. :2 1..iI1l he "hi for I-xl.lMlI- .
sought power by tree las it Summerville.. Mr.( Douglas has a fine : I F-: .\. I 1 .ox HPII'C.. "
Almond, Olive this too would do well of what has been tll)1w'iu the of all the while. :/Hawley claims that! IImll.ri". ; /
Q keeping up.! oo hates and prejudices on way and! inclined Mrfc (;r..II. 1-- Drujp.
: f lauds but ; "voiuii hearing: grove we arc totliiuk h w soil increase iu fertility ; in .
in many of our the thirty years in this section within the every year I :\.Mi..n. 1 ** _
race issue improveiueiiti past that lie is alto etlu'r tJo\\tlllixl'd I fir a weeds I ;
: t fact, it looks reasonable that a )lot of '
J. .3 Pstku'l".
before the tree in bearing, renders ntt. ] -I
: We the suspense two years."Will Inii-lielor Nwir by 4htIie grove of will exhaust the soi) much S .
;-c- : fully recognize importance I any way just oi as somepjofituble K.JK.J r("'rirf': 1 Ck wine.. /
j: : of ,encouraging, immigration from the .experiment on"this,valuable tree not attractive you aitciinpany u ,.Mr. Editor upon Mrs. White and some ollur pafipes who are plant. Then the manure pile is. IL t..1.. :1 1"x.': -... .. / _ _

.- North ami delighted to industrious to our. nioudylesa farmers who need a tour of inspection rough tho' Avenue ? just: starling into the hn ilt'l..o, 'llIe l hy the being constantly'' increased, and 1 the more --4__ ,_ ___. __.._ _n.,It-Tii.) l; .
see good, t
? quick crops and quick'returns in order to Busy-well. Here i is Fort Urooko with her pnl acroa'; Curlew,- n. L. Crum\ins a youngjrivo crops raised the more fertilizing material 5 is J. N1 i HooKtUi. CYttfS SSDDUK/tSA.
; .T } and enterprising-. citizens-regardless their To'such however ] ;; with :L muiil or of tre,-s jUVJ.eyinningtoibear. there Tttltrllf'i! to it. Great care should betaken _
keep pot-boiling. as I
:- rt 'ofparty-from that section comeand cast stately 1 old oaks l and mn4111 fluent mulberries I ,' I ; racing down llw roinatiii, banks fa / all the li.IUil1Sllll anil1're'. Hooker & Snodgrass. _

.. ; their lot with' us. Their' rim, energy' and have a littlo concern in the distant future, festoon l with I Spanish: HUMS that \\avc'- softly of'' crooked Curlew by the r.c-w residence of i! incALEits ti'L _

new.ideas have already done and arc ail we would say, ruifee jwlatoes \\and l cotton } aud! si'ijntly :above our 11 'a.k. Tho breeze our frioml I (':ipt; t. I J'ltl: i'k, we romo to the Nth'TADVERTISEMENTS. S : /

: ./ deal l towards both for yourself, nlllillaut..Olivc. trees for your from the bay i is fi eli, lialmy ami} invigmating. ; r\ln' of I I uLgil Summ-Tvillo, near the mouth / -; GENERAL MERCHANDISE. _
doing great transforming grand children. lol'l!! 11.\- t'll'l.k. Mr.l Sumnu-rvillo uu >everalymrs N tico / .
.)I, 'kil\; binls llit hither nil) thither / _
the aud mental condition of the
'r physical ; :u'. i I tliut t:n-iv wr.-. !111')11"in. leiiiiins STOCK AND BEEF CATTLE
After tlie life ,
', 7 State so as to,bring.it more iu harmony with], a protracted 'drought giving with o\'a-j'IJIally"a) : !')iir .-..1t''et, el'-nr I :n>dmcKnli an4',! l liiiv--- n--ll, :iii-l! I !!ia-yu( fine j>rpe.-t lr\ H.JcVlNfc I ;,lyl IIH.II a cliaiifre uf n.-isKiu-c,
and cooling cilccts of the rainy season arc i/iiMitt-l t. inc urn r\"h..1 to '
the true ideal of'what all tlu Slates must he } >'-!1" tILt even lie loa:'"" and niiy I '' :ii rf-altziTt: : **; his fx;''ti':'.t 1.u'I I He I isai' / ( S I.r V/OOLHIDES"SKINS.V;
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,1\ 'cttlv' at thojcl i
ntuv, \ -iIih. \ ,
-':: to render, for all tune to come the Iwmls of. already upon'us, and! arc viMhlejiu; the new jays upon) yonder) I t tree :uv ..obh'1g..'"I to t'a: -. : her IIlIlurt'.lai..I'lt.'Iul'; l ii -.ULr, \t tt plentv -' ;'tiMo' i'1'' >'
f1- nut rich grcou foilage on !the trees, or luxuriant for awliilt thj-ir -ihrill I jirg: i "I i: und 1 LTea.! ; Thegnyred | of tu-Ri! ovr hi-tvl :,i.|-wi-il I paradi.v; : V..iY.ii'M. :: .1. \v\LXKr... :qII'Ol"'XTIY: t'P'tClIENE1t.tLY/ i
Union i indissoluble.! ,
: t :. more j perfect !Ieii'-il.I tiidi i i iive: .
: -oi) compiett: t U: ClJut'-|
v-cgeialk'H carol of the birds. j wrll't .
merry } 11:1' (E.1.H-J.\: :
become I. bird}j i is here, and! i he M-ivt inhi' ':ra- --1
1 identified with material
Having us initterii rlif Iii l }juit our |"iUifial: ancenVftt'i GEIMER '
The unhinc is playing around between Iii' \Vcitl: : tat nttntiin tokr tCIt..kc.f
f c-1; .:: interests, we have every faith in their patriot quet in his :pati.ly dreor gren :ami I h.II l i.We ; 10 -idiuig: : tlu: Loid's whiter i : :'r.iir. / 9tt.

I urn and honesty of purpose; and in these we:, 1 the hhowtrs/ns gloriously. as,if no mil drop are reinii| l\tl thatforty tlir-'j! ye-ti :I i4'; '>, t !1,1: i tiui-h: !for; ir.r ['ir = i.t jir -Jr.Vers( : th/rc MERCHANT TAILOR, ])l ,YGODS: :

had ever sparkled mid exhnlvd }beneath tlieheaven's Major I Mile' |w it li 117 I men umrcluai 1 no-ti! ,: :i itj-,. 'jriisv oIi;I r.i ju I't startlis/! \\ I Ii sei.I.I. niins: I I I"t UM. tin- l'uhH.| lint l lie lini c.tl\'l1l..1( a Ii j,'itUMiV : ', f 9
i. ((4 have too much confidence tobelieve them'ae I uk niril T ili riii lv.ta''liiuin-iit II.VN, ( (.HTit1t!
bright 'ar h. Awl at the Minuet, < |. Iiuxe; iia-utioiicil!, li>it we hiiik'thtat I : > ? .
: i a:rule, capable'of combining with advcutur- from this place I to reinforce ( l'll. l.'lincli, and I we have said enoimli t to s-huw that fruit: cnl/fin lilt' X' rti! [riiivli! : I lI!<'ii.-,' (,Laf.t tue St. liiiar- Et14)L'S, '- e1r ; ; --4 4S
:. gramliosc and ever chaugiug panorama above never to return. Y t., this t is the I j'lace 1: and r .'111'", (JiHi.1V,-rk t'ld t Neit: Kiw. l'rics ;t ISuiorlv H "I" uns.i:
and the the order 'here s/i _
en Ignorance to reinstate lure i i- not an experiment hut : (.*ttI>- I! ll nf.1 l "\\ ; :
( ; t. oftthings which obtained in this and other, the glistening bay,'from the fautactic. clouds this perhaps he. very sj;-iri whore tlu-se illfaJod I I li.ieil, fact: ; and what man: lii.-
abijve, me think to hear voice that sings i .: had listenul I tluir bet think l he d ii: i\\c\ future. ;
: southern: States, as the result of the recoilstruction -. I jMior fellows : to j p.tt. can >iio : ) (.Selling Out Selling Out !
I. of 1868. come jut: into the shining day,' leave the i f'\t-> 'rl nilh', hadian.iwcrctl: to their la.-t roll-cttll. ;I The jiivatot: t tl'o'lbc'wilh' I lilt jjrowiM-s, :cttntojbe re,

4: :0. measure with its orthodox doubts, and live in the a Some, all aglow: with the' excitement of t the over luvtimulatioii of lixtiil, anil,I womitieo
$ :, 'Those.who come among us a* permanent .j that new settlers fall j jhto the "ameI. --
;' .1 settlers, should feel.that they arc citizens. of sing present, and while gathering its higher March! and |:bivouac njid encounter; others f f'jMilt.: i I JNiim; uf the farmers )jn i re are I Ivgiunig J. F. WALKER / ii' v. .
fall Line
like fres-h flowers iu /nil .t
i -: ; > Florida and not aliens in a forcigu or hostile hopes springing thy gloomy, sad and despondent.} To t1.l.'lt t the I. ]: ,to rcrognizo thi.s fact, and! suppose .
pathway', behold with your searching eye of moving shadow" from the I that settler:! could buy lands partial: i im"Iril'l'll Croceries&Pror ,
I swinging moss [ / _
,. 4 : : country ; and that in a community of interests OFFERS FOR CASH HIS STOCK OFGROCE1RIIIS .
a renewal faith. the great to cornea-ablaze at moderate ratesbeside.! there is a
weird aud sombre in tho '
l .: p: we are all one people. On both sides I uncertain light ot' ,\'ti w ill kc-cp a: I.ai: ,c Stock of S.K '. I'
: i ) nf land bel./II"w' to the Ftate '
b ; there should be less distraint and chtnisLtJ with the alluring light of that divine incsa- early! dawn \\h i- pt'l''d-dle t lie I. J\nd! si '7i (iiI I ,nut ".a Ih\h' a..a >w u.- lliv can bw, ."
; -, -'. God is love." i evi-ry hand t that ean IKS maJn into jiu-t :agroves uIi' JFJlh..t ?i-kt4: lot-tile l"IOC'e -:
; : : age. they march-il I' anav to their death in die ',
if all ic.with'l'tlch liere with tho '
; : J iiess, and should other iu gujxl b any now [>rojHriidna and S4wkI.ieu, : -
; 1 4-- clearly'demonstrating! that the bygones of a Our local news deserve also a favorable insertion butcher JMH t?f the :l'InineW! c leave t tho I ;"Miieut. In tl'xis I ass-ertion ,we regard ,. KTOUK AND IliaJF CA1" ___. .
\ ; the! generally are better'than tall I palmetto '4, 81111th I I their : tlif action of Mr.
% .Mi disastrous ''internecine crops ?( bay on right, I llogers a; ofsotuc sipnificaticii. Furniphctl ou short notice. Orders s.4iciudhatisftction ,\\ "|
l war
'OJ : ; ..most. are really it ,has been expected at first cotton although and on our left, the tl\\II. f When partii-s look all. over tile State. ATEXTREMELY / ; cuarantotl.; l. \ !sTanipa

i .,,-' f'. bygones. If the Democratic party Tails ofthat' planted late looks thriving and promis- Tampa with! ,her sandy' steeets, her busy I, :aiijl,I iinally doeiile that the 'ou II try' between Jiine loih, '78. VTluvltarbml :

I' :. : : wisdom and statesmanship to. benefit the in stores ber quaint houses, her h.'autifulha.I, I I...ike'lIntltT amid t the bay: 5 i' well enough forth ; Wire Fence.- : w

.. 1" $' trees, her grll1'cs of lemons m.lliul's! + and l :would} LOW RICES. .
: : .1': 1 : country and to secure to tvery'.citizen' life, The nucleus .of' our emhroys town, Dun- oranges : m we fwlv'ncouraged: !iuuiplyadicothers / Tht now sIde f>f I.'iakingriri fenctn. much uperio "
fy-i' .. ; -' 1 ;JniJttfUble : Ediu, where there are to be found two quite thousand flowers, lies to the westward ou the !, Ite pcctfnllr yoUrs, of Florida, for R* lk Count- m> citynxirely Ct.r'msn, veara -w. .::,, _

:, i : j : rightaof man, then we.will have respectable stores, 'Post office of the same I left bank..of :the Ilillsborough. .. I c..J. SALLI VAUGHN, ) Wll for Divorce with a cuini rauyu3ef9rit*,. and a1iall1e ready- 1 v.. > for blJOSEPH f S e>l wire it not xo likely to be infttion .
.; i-;, i .1).0'!ong name,and several new cozy and ,comfortable [CONTINUE] I vi ftrner custody f
: II. VAUQII. < of ht-st and cold; ami the
i' \ -- ..; pith aUf other'party that holds out dwellings, bids fair to assume, before )long A 'S r--- ;h STATE XKWS. ; TI(/TIm: COURT that the prvveittsti.ek II hiniRg, o\ \

k-1 -- )hopes. of better things.Independent. quite a thriving appearance. -Toomany correspondent) have written trr.. F. R. Cotten; au old and prominent ITAl'l'KAKIXt! )i. Vaughn, rcfiddi without will alto be no ln l.Je'I
Florida) in such rtl c-l.tIt'ircd hues ami) of IA'OU died! the f this St.it -, U>-wit : ( State of dt-prvdatiunx of the eight thic' '
; : & ates. On the west side of the creek, Capt. Pierceis up city.t'11 county on ih lust. iiyhe IVnn-iylviuHa 'I over it with infinite rink to d N .
: that <
; i with such extravagant )hyperbole) as to create .:. urdinarv JTIK-I W cannot !I. wrvvil tin him ; It
building near his residence a steam cotton The Murphy Temperance movement hasstarted'iu 'I N ordered that) }It aj'iK-ar demur, plevl or iuently, fur cncloriug gard fi, 4
thus of interest y answer I
Tbo Marjfljw ,Courier forcibly expresses suspicion personal or of a }lamentable and
near towns fcencloiirv .
44 Lake City. Good, it the bill tiled in/aid iauM1.11 before the first villagiMj we \
: gin and grist mill. Mr. Frank Jones withiu we hojie rnav lr
: ; the sentiments jof all true Democrats disregard of truth. Other correspondents prosper.iThe! _- MviidavinNoyvniiirrA.lt. li:7$ or a dvcrt could be provided wi -
a mile of our place has built a cozy, comfortable err in the opposite extreme and give t'lnfttvut will S/taken ftJainct him,"t pro- 3lnlr"; can I t'- wii at the i>toiKICE \
and its
J independent dodge re .
.relative | .
;z cottage with neat surrounding! doleful account qf ill success, privation and farinlma Currltr of the 4th reports And it is/iirtlier ordered that ihu order be published BOItX & t
: k4 .marb.in this respect we most'jieartily endorse poverty. Between these two clasaeu, 'many onei negro killed and another shot in Jackson in foe fXLANnTRiBfNK for the space of --t' 4 -,
Several weeks of v '
: j-; ; '- ago the'monotony our families ltavo been prevented from settling county' during tho. prciouI.ck.. Those three lilt, itho, once a week conwcutivelr.W. ) PorS. -,_., :

;.r2 -LQr4a *** There can be: no such thing as an inde--daily life was enlivened by a histrionic representation here who with their skilled labor, and practical doing the killing and shooting were also col I Clerk Circuit Court W.for n.thin/VARN1 :

V-.A; ; ., "lent JjeroocraUc candidate. i ; for his proc- ,,planned'and executed' by our worthy farming 'experience and general indus ored. Stat/of Flurid.1! \ county. COTTON PRESS- .:. :; -

( lgsntion "of rDdertendeupe.of Democratic young. people. ,, trious habits, would be desirable residents. -The town council of Ocala has had IWnty of I'olk. /

.,. u-i 1! u 0Mt disregard.of:the. .:means by .whicji. the.party .Tableaux, songs, livel' vaudevilles, cameoff Florida needij but the truthful presentation roof, oak and magnolia trees set out rround a 'I Iinl i is This ill to certify that the fore- 12FT. RUN, FOUR INCCheap } ,. ", \!. S
S and that he the of facts a plain honest statement of its immense a true copy of the original now on file in if
for Cal
l- c- peaks the.fact ignores with commandable zest and credit to the the public square, and in the enclosure two ,my otBcv.Jn ,
: L ,ezpresibd. Upf.ihe party,puts him outside advantages limitless natural resources Witness WEIGHT 1783 Lb. 'N "
of trees
: rows orange leading from the gate. to whereof, I hereunto net my hand and .
concerned. We .
-: of, the pale of Democracy, and puts..him in parties may speak with agricultural 1 and otherwise, to makeit tho :front doors of,the court-house, and. J.6sLreets r j Official Seal at Uartow thin 11th dar of July' ,AddreM W.Subtjcribe J "

-r- k--: antagonism to it.When'he. assumed the po- pride oftho intelligence, good taste and stage the goal eagerly sought after. and laboredfor. about the square are being pa\'oo with : ,A.. 1) 1878. -\V. B. YARN, \ .if .

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,-.I1.HErSUNLAND TRIBUNE ictatneJ'JaThe Steamer Cochran having' been aptl8 Mhn1st5h1 Association. p. NEVE, \ ;:P. JESSES, M. rx, GREAT- EXCITEMENT- AT FORT MEADE- r !r.i ia : T-. ; -i
the '
fur threwThursday's
Keys inspection, In the-Thir Unj n"Mceting of the Manatee DentistPhysician & sUrgeon.: ,
Ju t ,.. .' TJLMPA, 'JULY'20,1878.MASONIC. .' mail BO far behind schedule timeas Association, -on\.cuN with the Alafia i NEVE JENSEN' -" : i 'i'. .; ,' ; t
: 't_ to deprive us of ..the benefit of our exchanges Church,, oumotion,! of Elder L. .J. Simmons / .
Y'I.. :----- \.t(, :: .- for this issue,.' Resolved Miuisicrml ; \ bLRIDi.ug IS The Grandest Revolution Record! :!
.owtr'f Keet1p 'of Hilkboroofh Lodge .' That a l Conventionwill \ on I : J: !
be held'lth the Church of
I ,' A direct mail from Oak-grtwj
A A.'Yt H, ate held on the.bL and 18- semi-weekly S 1'.L
. ..'t ;1.. .(R ..0reacl1cs,aiot.i U'1D.eacl4 montnBrethren ininvited Tampa[ to Ft. Meade and on to Ft. Ogden iuManateo.counly Hemando county, Fla., to commence on Friday 'l.IcCiIleS9 ; t I. 'i": ;

'i; t; '": c- Wattend.V greatly needed. A petition before/ the fifth Sabbath in September i j I Tul'co-Russi l War Ovcl'but wardeclaredinFi.MeadeI I .4 '

&.:{ ll. j. ....k. 'W.'BBOWS' Secretary, for it is to be .-circulated ebon and we next ; the object; of which i is that we may Jewelry, Fancy Goods, : i; 'J' : ; y to'
., ;'J..3fO'A.i" \ -4...... ., .... .--' '' diseus1ighit\ differences among us i inDoc- 4 : :
..l'OtlgliLotlgeNo.U. hope it will be generally] signed. 1 I ETC., ETC. \ .. .
;.'- .. TIUN PKA TICESand Church POLITY. H BY. \ ': Coo '
_"j \ .
." .,! ; Yen'. Fri.hr 1
; .. iC.' < -,. -t_. ,- 1 16r.Mr.. the chief \Ve have the Convention SEl4ia1.; \ -
: : ; e7.; ; i 'Xt tke tmuic. Alfred Wagner, engineer appointed to given to the COMPOUNDING .o :
.'.,'4.""":' "'..' -. :- ii CRANE,. B. 8.Xture of the Steamer Cuchrau, 'w having a itcct with th, Oak-grove Church t fur the I' Jb \ G. I. P. DZIALYNSKI CO.; -: ;' -
It'c4 ( .' [ the of adi."On nvenience sister Ansociations \\1 IS' ; MIT9HELtt L
t5" dwelling erected on corner ( 'of ; and iysi4ciai Prescriptions | '
'i .". < \-- "of the Mail- and Morgan streets. This makcd three new I/respectfully invite the Ministers o: those \ / ,

.- buildings DO11 .of construction : I Associations'ti meet with us, well-as Dear .tN > FILLING COUNTRY OltDEISS.lKTII :
process oq
-, 1f.;..' ; .,.;. By, "m.J. .-X.SIU&SUI&Y- Or.\L 6P.M.:5aturday previously vacant I lots. / !! cons and any.others( who may wish to do so.. 1'-. KILLED, EXTRACTEDand, ARTI JAgainst HIGH PRICES. tin all kind of. Goods, f t:4.1\ 1:.
. J. W.
IlEXuitY insertedin -
: .w liJ rator. l"ICt.\L''fEl on CKLUIIXMD HASH I
, < 4 ; =--ThTri'i.uzd.av: 6r.x. The independent candidate woul"be : .F. M. BUVANT, Clerk. the} II'I t.). .iLle manner, and SATISFACTIONJUAUASTKKI \ : _. -
; t 8UPILANU LrId.turIat 12 M.j numerous, but be is 'sorter kinder af fard." ( ). 5- '
., ___ -fd.&S lurd:1..4p.I. \ \ WHICH TIlEY ARE NOW RECEIVING FROM THE .:' l .1 :
= === ===' Cow is the time to hear this "Gi'nfry/dilate S/ST Dr. A. S. de, Chcuiva has p1a.'cJ13 Ware. aLorci>are\l to do" all insnncr of work : i
6th .
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.I. ts\ l'. 0-.1 Or--n forth, d3.r? & J 6A.1[ ,. at length.on rings and cliques, all 91' .which, 'under many obligations for n 'lt of nice intli \ !'WESTERN AND MARKETS t : '

os t EVERY S 'rtzcday g ..u.i 80 far a* we kndw or can learn, art/ figments grapes of the Isabella variety, raised on his Jewelers' antfxWatck Makers' Line, T\NORT1IERN, SOUTHERN ': .: : _

.4t 4 DtmL1SHED, Fnday 7 A.M. of his own ima J1a iou. / Yarsovie'iCJrovc the Clear Watercoast. : \ \ J. ':,. .1 : I
=t.vI(11; -lutER. 0' Itnaa & f. 12 i. from The bunches were quite large, being' the RM1hhlWe have endeavored to take advantage', the PRESENT TIMES aDd buy our : ;t --. 4'- J 11
. U & F 6&.x.i Jlr. C. A. CroWsou returned attention to STOCK. .
: STREETS.VS ndl ; our LO" } to I IMS enabled to them to Friends and Pmtrooa PRICES : ;
from fit\ seri inches lungIuh1 the (;iucul at such \'IGUHES"1.i offer our at ; ,
Saturda grapes Feb. it.:
: r of mall"'S Point Penallis last ? where he had Tairtpa. 4. 77. \ S ,
1e11V'rl' that will..uiL '
'. : were of superior flavor. These --- -- \ -,
i" t"p BTISING ery been rusticating for some ttai days-a vacation ) gr:1pl.l'r -.t- t
D the .l."I-I 7' los.'r. F.ktiIpmtI. ,\. < t';
from his law office rendered .l product of the Dr's. young vineyard of EtLl)1iS1LCd. ill 1848.. .
4t- : o&I" 1 Werk. 1 Io. 3. .. Sundays will be b close application in tUe study of necessaryy his which the 'utt rig of tlie vines were planted \ .-.- .. WE MAKE WAR ()XTO OSE but we nhall give our CUSTOMEIW the benefit of a LIFE-LONG .* \" 'lc.. .
: 'I$1 f6'.noul y.1I two yours: ago from last January. Jtfdging EXPERIENCE.. : W* thatte\ourselves.to know the want of the PEOPLE and we ate able and willing I' \.. .,:
f'e ion in ious habits bound
$8, \ ?1 o.rted on Sundays. & which hU tu< are rREBFJ/Fi; -
'.h: \ $3 \ from the liberal sUJplyith which the Dr. SMALLEST PROFiTS ,; .
R 6 I alt> frJ be d"id promp- to insure him a succe/sful and brilliant cur } \ TO SELL ATVTHE POSSIBLE ,
:' i -- U : r *'<.i on. Saturday. -.* atUAKEwOnalncUlnjJ .'er. 7 favored us a* specimen*, his vines certainly WJioloWiUo Aci Betnil All we auk i is FAIR TKIAL\ Our Good* are open fur'In-tpection, anjlu our Pri.l and Quilitiai1JAK .IT"t
I .. ; i : S must most He also There i.. win' wei.ell SO CflE..t' the \ .
dI A yield prolifically., ; sent satisfy the IlC.'OpltH have: gained IIr object. no secret j simple :.
': .. :Lee&l d ertwemcnU; 'Willtururn_ I_, rM._ Ii We noti'in tlie yard of Mr. Josiah. us two ears of as fine corn as i is generally f.'tc1'i, we know Tim" lire 11",1 am1'e are satisfied l,811.\LL l"ltOI-'ITh '. .:/I \ .1.t i
londbr t. u a 1ine.; '_ -- Ferris a graft i it/a. .mall lemon stock which raised any where] ill Florida indicating i\ DEALER INAssorted t.'tOIJ-TJlIX: ONE ..ASILI.IESIJ YoUR MONEY WJII4ItEYOU CAN Cf:1"'T.lEn. ( 'j '" -i .
', : Local lcea.15 c .rnerc1\iG EXC .ith ; \1
.Y.-t1-con\ratill .' and Re' 7 grun.18: ovecacu feet I high with a'well |pn- what hii, atidscui lo, an l'-ays: that they I, ''enre''locnallglh'L\HCI .'fA\n I .f :;SELECTED STICK* OF GOODS KVEK.OFFERED. 1 : \ "

- s ,. to d\aoge e9ery;three mom portioned l>Q*{y. This graft was only I a little represent ti c'l\"dae' of hi* crop which will Merchandise.. in South Florida) \t LOWEST. PRICES.HU CASH OR ITS EQUIVALENTS.' In oure, tabliahm nl. i-; \

c4 .:: i '. .__._,: g'ten uDe wiflueerts.k .. over a yeaiold.. 'riio same gentleman }has vivid tweity-five; liti.sLi'Is,: to the acre-no yon'run find lI1)"thithat a well regulated! store ought to,offer. It u impowible to enumerate. ail I but .to j' \1'
.ObiuaarieIJ n also ip hi/yard a uuiuber of, piue-appcs! uf 'fertilizers u.-vd. '\';ithi these evidences before i will.mention a few items and.their. pi let*-viz\ --' \
: : adertiLeiefl \Vlll.arrl\'c-to [Corner FrnnJ..linWa..hinjtn Streets,] '
; Woe. !- n l DllCTW'A.., which'a/goodly proportion are baariug, aud our eyes of \hat the 1)r. Las done in the n .i.I'ril:1'1: 6> to 7 cenM. \ l**t of Bleacliing to 10 cent. : '

d oJe"' 'r_- ".7.i ci some have fruit about matured-. Clear Water section, we Lave no hesitancy \\ TAP.FLA.' Finest riqiirt, 10 to 12j! ( IIt. .. .\Lulj .* n :ltll1tlkercheif'tol0"" c '.r4i: .

'- I .s- coming fneVfor thenext] Itgisla- iu commending his conmniim'ation which i '- Best Coats Thread 61 ct-nU. 4: ', _t ; "-. L.

.. .(tore aro p being-discussed. .,' Our cfiicusVIl 'ao'w ll to familiar- appears in this Ivstie, to the attintioii of our Ma es a New Departure' I BestRIOCof1eLtO..J. ctnK '. -X Bent Gin.1 ama 8 to *15 &_.. I\\ .", ; .:." .'.

,t& Cattle business. r generally brisk'throughout iz theiusulyes with Ordinance No..7 relative I readers Itt distance who may be Keeking Best l'llfl,),'r r'i"r-i 5. cint 1k..&i' iroganii $1.25 to l.50.-', .. \\1'' :: _: ': !
,,6 keeping their premised and half of the j information to climate, and But Ilrown: Shirting C tu S cent*. (lents \ '.:
South Florida. ; : m o : : products WITH Ladiw\nd Fine How 10 to 15. J' : :
street adjacent to their property clean. This the natural capacities of; this jmrtiuu ufFlorida. I H L1mu.W Fans ,"> wn'-s- 1'1 O-n, 10 to 15 ctntn. I' ". ''-.r .r' .' '

;3- r JSr Capt, John .T."Lesley\ arrjved hom/ nlinancejprovides that everything of a nox- New Store and New Good: Best Family Flour, $10 to $11. i WWeColored urp, Cambric 10 to 15 croU.Tt ( (
$ -: last Saturday morning.. ious character' be" cither burned ; '
Mensi'Nmd i
to or carried --1- Nt't'tU1 pr paper, 5 cvntd. hoed ,BojV HaU25cenU." .. 1.
.: The Schr. G. \V. Dill 13'daily excct- one-mile beyond the town limits. The Fair''\Warning. ; \ S .- .
S. .- t with its BODY that doea their Trading in Tatn- Am!all other Go.U lllroltOrtion. WE KEEl ON HAND FULL SUPPLY '
penalty a noii-compliancc provisos EVT.KY
ed from,New Orleans. The authorities Lavo determined!
: city to invited to call and l he linprvwetl with die
t- ) JHwfl' W.l'. Hawley has Seen fana- ', id H fine of'no less* than 85, nor more- enforce the iii') l rigid i .quarantine ugninst::: n11vlacc I iiitciiitI1e1ftiet\ : ': : that for the' Fall :and AVir.ter lmirte "t CROCERIES HARDWARE) TINWARE -.
stee for the I last week'or. ten days i than $50., or 20 days imprisonment.u : -<.. I ltav j the iiiti complete, chea[..l and Lt.tltI ; <
\ where ] Las been known
yellow ever .
.; +. '- r- } tu I Stork (.f(ioixla]'i'!'ieal>Ie to the ffantji of the {Magpie .
-4 ,_ aSCapt'Juhu MUter got & the The people of Orange county are de- Lave appeared; 1 this! easoii ; and Icug'r which I i I'rojuif-e to otftr: at SUCh) priifii\'s will \

:-. llfoaUcellb Gonventlou last Suncl'ay.c.I iermiued to have a County Fair. They from sr.di places, ( veil after ten or more give entire \jsutHfuction to all who} may favor inuw Saddlery' Dry Goods, Notions, Glassware, Hats, ..
*; "% --- t. I. have organized a Fair Association with General : iti\their! patronage. )1)x'k i is large ami! carefully
,.]-',t>5u'Taiupa is again'without a tousorialturtut. JtI sjih Fim-gan a3 .I'rcj-ident. Now, days from such" lute ted places, will not be ''I f'flet-u.|. coiiiisthij almost anything atitieverYthing ':

*: -r J A.good, barber cau dy well.here.- why can't the people of Tampa and $'IHUwrouglrcouutj allowed to land until their baggage is di&in- .! lau.>l t-lore, tuid,Dually I i>roi found(..eto in give a first sL1chLt'1ti4ui'i'1i clang well: ifKU-in BOOTS&SHOESCROC1tRY. .-S.

kt: 1 aSST:)llM5 HTampa'Va Comb uuions": [ follow the example of our' fectcd. Coniuiunica vU wiih vessels from my dealing (Iii will 1 meet with favor among the buying .

-ti. i : are prmrUciag. for. another entertainment. Orange,county friends and then invite our such ports will also subject those having such coniinunity.! I on't lie.itatc to ai-k if there i i-- Provisions, Farm Implements, &c\. .'.
., ".," l' sister adjoiningctpunties to '? We anything elit j you would like to look at when you \
\ :.. |; te' Sfr.: August Peterson U universally I want to this:project discussed participate and agitited. communication to detention in quarantine. think you hare done trading with me. Helling And ..Th II..nd other,thing* too nnmertm* to be mentioned. W.thank our Friend and-Patrowi' co. .
Lor town. .see goods in Inwineiw and in making wiles I know diallr for their Pa'tronltlt heretofore towed and 5 '
4ocedkobetbobet painter Boats bringing such freights as may act as my on on trust by FAIR DEALING and KIND TREATMENT l4
\ I that showing them in part of my buMineM. to merit continuance name. -
-S'- : afif We are, informed that there are 6 or -- fomities, fruits, etc., though even indirectly re do. '
If You don't what want ask for it
4k; *Tcan4rdtes already out for City Marshal. IS- The people of Point Penallis seem to by tram hipment will jsubjcct them to being and it will be'phown see with 111"\you lIrt'11,1 with no ill, G. P. Dzialynski, Mitchell& /
the Game 14Dod '
be much
opposed to ; in I
# d T 3_ The'trpos of the TRIBUNE office are the very law the killing of birds placed quarantine I feeling if you do not '|>nrchu-ue'to-day. I want myjiatront _ _._ .
under obligauane: toMr. Canning for ice sent prohibiting sea Though these regulations may appear 'unnecessarily -. to feelj; that it U La pleasure to trade at my -
)J S '., and birds plume. In our last issue,oil the stringfutj and may {possibly worka I torc. .

J. (. them.7 j.. \ first page we published an item from an exchange hardship on a few, nevertheless our peoplefeel Terms Cash.Highest

__ ': .j j W3f? Our d-l waa sick dais v>edf* but if showing that the latter wad. general that Tampa will suffer much I less in her CLOSING I OUT !

: \ hf Wutedto Ixj.a monk.he. didn't tell the State law, and not requiring its being put in business aud comineicial interests and future market |>ricea-i>ai
I .irI8t 5.J force by the County Commissioners, as is theca8e spcritytthllo if yello,v fever should be allowed !- Come .and. C
7. Oct. C. L. FnlE.ELE.
I with the Game law. Our is
JWe Lad the pleasure of, meeting Col. impression to make its appearance here by too 1
that those who make the most complaint much laxity. All rL>k must therefore be I
Smith jot Alafia 'in town .
-- .Ai.V. ,. upper ., JUST ARRIVING! J
about and against these laws'now, are the avoided. :
Tburaday.. very ones who staunchly advocated their AT YOUCANMAKE r'-.: ,

: ..Tbe young orange grove injthe vicin- enactment. The Diospyros Kaki, or Japanese l.erKlmmou. I 1 1

..ityofTiwa, look;,?ery!thrifty and arc do w. G Ferris' Agt.

,I g,. .. IS- Clear Water region has evidently got Our attention was called 'one evening this ; GREAT BARGAINS'l\

i''' ;fk.efal communications crowded soue live people iu it who know the value of week to this; fruit by Mr. Henri E. Wells, SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS .
are printer's ink in bringing the beauties aud late of Malone Island '
Ills. hobM'
near .Jtork
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cut'of: tbii Usue, bur.some.of tltem will appear -i of their section STAPLE DRY Il.ri"OF' :j.
advantages to theJcuowledge a young tree some feet high growiug GOODS S
I I "A. rjjj s"r : :
t ,nextweek.tl .
# of tIlt great outride world. Why do, not on his place near town.1\. He informed us fj
-%; 'Analligator eleven leet.ong I was others in other localities and counties of that, besides himself, Dr. ,F. Brauch has one LADIES'' GENTS': &CHILDREN HATS. & shoes. S -

\ killed 1 in a'. ,' near Cut Culbreath'a ]>Iace South Florida 'follow, their example? One also, and thought that, probably, there were : 5

t !- Jul. "Sat u Nay. uf the ,objects} of the THIBU. "is to encourage a. many a* four iu aiim.in this county. As its Tin and. Crockery Ware. w: w. WALL & CO, \0', TI.''jJ

t J < I .* vJ9"; --Ital 1 fi in no better way than by setting Asia and U quite comm n:|ill Japan and Chi Hardware &c. '
\. ;ncartowu; and a great. many arc takeu with Cutlery ,'Willow & WoodenWare. '
forth the advantages, products tC4. pf different It'has been" iutroducttd I into California
the hook auJ.line. ;
l.i ,- localities. Once doing so does not answer and seemJ to do well in the neighborhood of PUHNITURE i COOK STOVES, &c. THE STOCK MUST BE CLOSEQur: : '

i-. Haring received a lot of uc'Job for to succeed it. is necessary to reiterate Santa Harb ra. The tree *saitI to be highly 1j

\ Type. any:kiu4 of job.\f.urlican,. now .be done again and again the facts, well known to ornamental, prolific ben *'r, as hardy as the BRIDLES, ,IBITTS, SPURS, &c ,

: iu. the!TiJuuxK- otficc. uf. The truth, to become known must be pear, and fruits a* early: The fruit.is solid ,
*JQT"Mrrj! T..Chancy,.late of Fort Scott, repeated over and over anin. Which is aiidthercforc. capable of transxrtation] and '

t\I ._KnuwM, will! pie! accept our .thanks fur likely to bo the most convincing, merely one. i.s in'Benson from October to March. The I IN THE NEXT SIXTY DAYS \ iJ .

-; late.Fort Scutt papers asscrrion'or its frequent. repetition 7' fruit i U described as being lt.n bright yellow, c J, :, : \

I- '. '. l|Tue-Schr: Guide, Capt." Collier, sailed i J Mr. R. Mugge-a first class jeweller the orange table Vermilliou and is cous-iderqd color, js unsurj equal'ast to
Weduorfday for.New Orleans.' Mr. John W. j -cau be found' at his residence' where he of the fruit attain SUGAR, SYRUP, BREAD, nEANFERRIS" RECARDLESS \ : :
peach or pear. Specimens OF THE COST : or : t
2-;. :&jii., i took passage on her. will do good honest work in his line on the t
the weight ot a pound each. It is >okeu of
tj I -
most June =2th(! tf/' .
Wi The Lizzie Henderson took a load of J.LSOnaLleJtlU ,. in the highest terms by those whose residence- CELEBRATED HAMS. : 4 ". ,
-V :- bef.tttefor Ilavaoa last Saturday, and CoUTmTiox ANI> AroL the jValley.City took load Sunday.JtaT'ltr. become familiar with: it tunl its flavor i i. .., I
a on. of July. titli, under the caption ol A- Sedi- elllllcdFI'tlit,< and J rf! I'I'('.. of nil khnl, .-
\1 H. A. Parker and wife and Miss tiou.s Par.on," we stated that we- hail! bern spoken of as siuply! .Iciil'i.\,\. U-yond OXJN.-C: .

I 1.ritVercli} arrived on the Schr. Guide informed! : that at a certainplace of public tations. 1 TOBACCO S'EG ARS. DRY GOODS .,
-: t baturday morning from Ft.. Myers. worrhiuMit tins county, the officiating clirgy- .I We lit\C eviry ri'uou: to I bulu've' that both : "T,1

man !had -on the conclusion ;of! 't h't' :jiervii'i, our Aiil and rliututc; arc well :adapted tn'itagrowth And Knnrv (iniroriiK (If every \:lri.'Ih"kl""I'
_ $,trhere; was considerable c/ritcmeut in i I and'ciiltivation on IUln.I..lla'r! : :o -t K k'"fj'"Mi' Sii)..tiiitlal (i<'NI" to
1 and invite! all I'Irk" t : | nroniuuiiil I (
the last of certain stepped out : oopovd: II lII.. cniintry Inulo and oti.Ts! llirni: rhvapcr tlianever GROCERIES PROVISIONS j
:city Saturday ou account i ig tlie road to abijrn themselves tin him.: I that our fruil-nrmurs t- ,1In' no pain to I titll-red ll.'r.,!,.. ; ; ,, -

jiartied. J saTing. violated the quarantine law \e have bfxMi waited <>iiby. Ui-vs., J. 11. iutrodtice! it.- '.1r. \\'dl. intend* "to try !&-.' 15'/0--: 1':1I.lili.lI"I, !' and ShiH! | iij'.liiil( at the i"

t& Tobacco, cigars, pip i **, tauuetl goods, Jaudoir: ami '.1. II. Tatuni a coinmittce :ipix ill'.: it11 tin- i lLo \dld l |H'r.-irjuiion,i, and I \\etLall l I.:,.t r:1c5.: I| ''
t ._ __ ..
'. teas 'M mauy other tbiug at co-t, ul liutcIHn' the Church n-lVrn-'l to, who assure watch \\ilh inttcJi. inti'ri.l tlio results of AN1D GENERAL .:, .- 1I. 1-

:' I : J. F. W.\..1.1.''. us Jiiat our. infortiiatit wa mistaken asto his txiKrimeutIt! is uL=o | known a.-s the .L .
-j4 : D Date Pium. ; J.. I r. 1lA US} I. .
\ the put the is
officiating clergyman r- I
IIL Several persons we learn, have.hai: .. __ 1 1lliiisworh i ; *
k their fingers sawed iu the cedar taw-mill alKeriville. p jtf l-to have taken in v.iuttcr.Ve! ; 1111 C [(Corner Frank''! .S 7.aek Streets '
I I ( iK t ; \ One Come All and See. :
:Ire gratified tll know that our' inf)rmant, :uswell : ) : Come .:.T-
I A buzz saw. is not ca thing to 'LU'10'1... ,.
as, ourself, was mi-led us to tlw facts iu I -'
1 foul"itIi. "ir I ';' 4:; PKALKU: IN ALL KJ 'PS- <$iF'HARDWARE '
the atv.l 'iwiijHiblitity -
1 -v case, heartily regret having ; W. W. WALL & Co. 1 >, 1 :
-i. .."John.Moore, nu Irish laborer win to tlie.. .- H'port.'o furtheriJioru i.- < r ( "-' "\ r 1\ : '- .g

-I t- ,. .id only been.here a few months, died aftk r- apologize) to all who m.IY''have lelt tli.'uieelvcH i 2 _L U \ ,r.49 .: < o-. "

'. bon ilbieai last Monday thort litUltt' the 1 of the ,
aggrieyt.il publication .
'X'>tuutry. : olfonsive panigraph... I m'II.IIi'H-.II.\HlI\\\HK) ; ) IIOt'SB.( 'AIll'EX- COM \ .

\. : } '' r friend. :Mr. S. B. Knight, l lost'a HCR'Ju..ult.IIn1--- THUS ToO) -. C.\m :: ; twt''C:1.rs of I -t
age :
'; \ '. ., '* cannot last Wedoes'lay otaud over from work ov this! r-! and tie oldest daughter Iii'Ir.. L. A.Ias- i j Stoves, Tinware. Hollowware & Woodellwara Offer for sale at Tampa their Goods, consisting of '" \ t I ; .: : i ;'.

-4 t' burned last Moudavforcuoou ,
-rt "a .\\crr *ciioiiily '
/ 11' '.- / by -the expluaiou) of a ktrorlne oil, TIN & 1 I .i\\\-\ .\11 J JI E, i! C Trm-kerywure: TaMe aniT, Pocket Cutlery, (inns ,'All sizes of Glazed Sash Panel Doors H1 '
: *
I : '*, Canning has put up a street can. It teems that she went to light a fire A g'n(ra1'...-itiiciit ('f tin and lianlwaru: \ n( every !j 1i-t&I.; .Ammunition nll' Lock. Achoicesupply of i I ; .

I 'jjforner'of Frackliu. aud Wlatiug! in a stove, and to teircoiubustiou undertook -I .le-vriiitiliii. Kt-ni'.eiii' oil tank",pird cii!ei\ tin :: Farming Implements of all kinds .5- Window & Door Frames .:-
: to kecpti his Soda Fountain and rliuru Kivlis dijijiert1; niatcli Kiftv, water i'i.U-i>. un .
I-_ to l pour oil on the kindling from theca I"t""c 'irtl (UI". 1 taitt-r, : Suih TmetM l'l ,'I ILunes .. i'aikef '
; )OU.. l'il"\ I 1"1'1') 'l'l''IlItI i a* ws ; \ "
':.' ;" : .3. n, bt-ag: under the impression at tLc'time ':,.. ", rat 1".kll.\hHa.hl,.iitist! pan, ( Window Blinds, \ : ': :
t.. Mrs. Cooks Franklin Street I hlild =et*,eloijlieV f-j'iinVKT-i, poxerwi j beati r. p.ttjI Ropes Paints and Oil .
4.. : : there was uo fire in the ftove. It a-o appears I paitd' ,t":Ili i iroiijs, ,-.,11.) .. mill-; looiinntive. : i 1''"'. ; I And Cisterns from 1000 to 3000 ;
edre&jgoodii S gallons. .
liallbriggauCorsets I
/ n1jvle .
from what 'aH. ;<. it<. chafing J ijli.s. tea andmttlv 4
we van learn, thai; tlii-i washer I waup I p iyiter ) : I II
f { -pf.; Wirnir1s etc. etc. Jut re-$ Dry Goods Notions .
-i-ani-t. .
:iDTW.HI. ti&akfi.4jRoofing ( '
rj : '! Uid fur sale at :'New York'prices.The'Schf first effort at Using kenwnc fo: such a I i i ': Orders received: and perfected by MILLER .& HENDERSON, Agt'S .: __

I purjvjse, m.,} Lad btx-n induced t'I try it from'! and CjutterihgDime I lvit! M. N. Lindsey is on Miller : y:,$ on hand\ aad! re. others of her unin- .
having sivn aci
4Jeidrson's. marine railway undergoing: young I to Order, und! all work \ ui'.ANTii. : '
4 ,. tp&in. her Owner Capt. D. S. McKay, is tau c.' doing it. The explosion of the ran (idi ami Ixainine our -tiM-k. >,rCOOKINC Groceries & Provisions. & CO. 'J. \ 1 -

.l L. 1-1 es rmVpil to hare her put in first clr.ss con1:1 thoroughly saturated her clothing with the i' : Which 1 ,,i-' at UiUum price.for (,': or therpnluoe ,
; AM> WAltMINCi '
S. STOVES, } of the Farmer- > : \\ .
143 Street
: burning fluid and before-the flames could be Bay SAVANNAH Georgia ;
--'S '. 4yoemaDl Gads. extinguished, she was badly burned on the I ''
S q "',.":caghteen! rattlesnakes 'onefZ1cr I face, upper portion of body and right arm. i Manuafacturers of the Celebrated CIGARS : ; \ : !, :

; cewu&a old one, with. We learn from her attending physician, Dr. NOTICE. i connection with this I km prepared to do all ; _
r- kin.N' of CKSMITIIINO., WHEEL: .
: a little ones from F. Branch, that he considers her case quite The National Copying Company WKUSHTINVi; (;mX I1TIIlXn ., Ac., with dispatch COTTON BOLL, PAPAGENA. 'VELCO (E. ,
rg critical. Her mothrr had one of her hands } ?nd on reanonaMe terntn.A GOLDEN BUG, HAPPY LOVERS, PAKDARO. -
ATLANTA, GKO \ ,',,1 Hiipplv of Wajjjront, Cnrts, liiif.-ieH. ORIENTAL, MERVEILLE. EPICUREAN r j
Leasod to meet our: burned in her efforts to her \
:: seriously rescue IXI'Y AXD! KN..\KOK; I'll'TUm:.. Whi-el lUrrowsc.., Oil h311tq! l'lc3 hive JUt'amll.I : GOLDEN FLEECE, NATIVE JASMINE : iSOUTBERN
J.,,. CQl r. McMuIliu, in town I unfortunate child from the devouring and WILL. style, however dim or faded, makiu, I May 'iJih,'7SlyIi AMERICAN. Ac.' --'.
:f "C- : .f... .;>Captain is at present en- '
- ; : torturing element. The burning nil was Also Beautiful, Unfading Pictures, --- GETS FOR : :>.
:: ;t .1 C1A-IJg cattle in some of the up- th'IIl'in ,.

I .:4 .iTlite Cuba, trade. scattered over the apartment, and butforthe moderate and putting co t. Almost hUld.'nufnmt'l every family liat nt a puiall very .\ RITTER, \

,_+: "Xni comtaatlr on hand all thai L accidental, though timely, arrival of Mr. 1'icturexuf dear relativtii or friends, either living Seidenburg & Go's. Key West CigarsJ ,
K. B. who vi.s at the in- or dead, which they wnnt rf\\"l. If vou have .
r ( line and will fill orden I Canning, passing
Ifflncrr .
:- "('. call ,'n,Tilt()I.\S AvCAiKtTHat tke I'o..t Dill's Schofield's & Fuller's well '
f otanth'e accident occurred, it is probable known Chewing TOBACCO'S I <; .
4 Offii-e who will take pleasure in HJOH init I ou caniplej .,
S who.think they are doing that". the house of Mr. Masters would have <, aud will take your pictures have them copied l IN ALL STYLES "
AND ; .
and enlarged to uit you nnd deliver them! to vou- QUALITIES, 1-1' .., : .
,,disgusting conduct at the been burned d
!- : Jheh ladies go their to. bathe,, be a/ rning against the use of kerosene oil friend ,, ; GOLDEN EAGLE, V- v ,. I : '

,Jeouelres in the for six: such in the future. Since Order solicited from town or country, Jin Iler- I LQ .. \ _
county jail for ny purposes ,nando, Polk. Manatee or HilNborough Omnti". notifies the public tl:..._ has (, .5- 1w- SI ,
t;; f first thing they know. If parenbt I the.above writing we are happy to learn that -. Picture sent.me by mail shall have specialattntion. SHOE SHOP in the.Mawnic building OciiteimiiLl I -
bad bet and iii prepared to do ail work in his line with Smoking : \,
: t-th&bp: jafl. they the condition of the patient has much improved. '
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: \PHiiderson & Co; THE EXCELLENCE 0 ,

% John Miller. |r W.. B. Henderson, for Lien liiiittntioi. '
; I : < C DEALERS IN 0 .' ,
1 c.X i OF THE STATE or FLORIDA, \ t & CbhtractrT 1 1.J .

#!it t >ry' Goods, IIrLLIDOBOt"OH COCNTY. / IN COUHTY C'AJt-ttt. 0 :

: A'S MILLER & HENDERSON, THE BRIGHT NAYY TOBACCO 0 Whereas Sel'ma P. Kel o and James P.McMullen __ 0 0 -..?_,_ ...'; : .
have for letters jSS ANDFurnished -
applied of administration on the estate : rECl.FlCAo/ -- : i
Clothing I of J.-"'. Kel*>, late of aid' county, deceased.These .
_ MANUFACTURED THEMerchants' are therefore to cite anti lulmonUn all'persons: 'Y' ".}' .t
M ; Boots and Shoes holc8ale.. & Rctn.il; [ interested in Paid ectatc to file their objections, if fort : I
t : t tB
_ .. any they have, in the office of the County Court on '
Co. of Boston Mass.
/ < Tobacco } or before lib week from the.first publication of this ->tli. IPiiblio, l/I' ; :'l. ::., ';)".- : : :

: 'Hats of all kind. I! ) I citation, or letters will be iiwued to the applicant : cr.". t--... ..- !. tJ' 1-
DEALERS IN'Assorted ( Civen under hand and official % 4 ":'''i'. ':;" .:.. ,
+ ; .' > S JoY dealers for 'Miinpk to our my signature Una22nd : ".. .. :. & : -
applying ; .
a. Can be Tested % the faxtidioun chcwew.by callingon leading or day of June, A. D. 1878. Ezthnateafurnisbo. r':" .....
: '. for the! Southern State' Siiperinu-mling tl'pu"r.. I
.} H ar1wareCrockery" and Tinware. H. L. CRAKE; I, "L
Every plug ha*'a "Patent Metal: Label" with "}{'rchanT.1mcoo\ Company" thereon. 0 SPECIALTY.; l" : ,).
\ 7 .J ; Merchandise 1 County Judge. / I. '
i llOEIUIti. DENI)HEIM & CO.. Savauuah, Oeo. Tampa, Fla June 22, '78.-Cw; 0
;; :IF-AJSTCrsr GOODS &0 k I j" toyengreet .

:: :' .Groceries' Provisions,' Receiving Forwarding. MCD0NOUGH: & BALLANTYNE, Keep a'complete: ;:it.( : T. __ i-

-..... IS HEREBY GIVEN,. that the fol r. 0
,, :i- .-. _-,;'_ ; IIRON I ANP BRASS FOUNDERS, NOTICE described land will be'sold at public PAINTS,
i.- 1 ,. -.. AND auction on 5th day of August, A., 1>., 1873, at the {t f aaaUthorired tofU all '
i I Court Honrt llu.-te door in }'la -
I Tampa, or no .
'. I Ii MACHINISTS AND PATTERN MAKERS much thereof, as will Ira nvccwary to j ay the Furniture nv;. occur: .by resignation i .
c1 Goods ,. .
... .;,, ';. 'l'New. .- I l' '., Commission Merchants: .. aino&ut of taxoi duly astH.-HMr.lagain.tl itaid lan.Ln, : ture Fr nes at ft.\. 0
the of sale anti Mar. 0 I.
advertising ,
: : l Wi.McClellan .l04

: j 5 : Received weekly, ".and will be sold Cor. East Broad and Liberty Streets," }<;"t. J. J. C. Adanw, nej of r nej. .516. T 3. S R 15 -Wu.: c._:I nIOWJ; 6f( Jsckaoe. .

; E aorcs 40 $tIt.:; ued 1,0 Jiia'ge Love, .
:'-:-. -\ < !NEAR ATLANTIC AND GULF RAILROAD DEPOT W R Brown, 8wl} ofswS9 T 30 R 22 acres 40 BrOV Executive :Committee '-CL
: : o -Attractive Pric r:;. -. $32,26. 0 'f1e'' .

y : < THE HIQHESf.MABKEt PBICE3 PAID FORGonntry SVANNAH G-A. Nathan Boyett nej of nwj S 22 T 32 R 21 acres'40\ C ,theaamei. aroteoiischarge '11
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:' V SO : ]I2,9t. 0ILi.CatnpbeII.eofiw of 'heir.dutkaT .
4 } \ and wj of sej S-r: T 3J : ,
.-'. : Produce STOCK HAS BEEN SELECTED WITH8PECLALREOARDTOTHE M7FCT.YPRS:: OF .. S R 13: acres 12) 79S. .. .4)tZ1, uical p I campaign:! 5 ;r

_ .. WANTS Andrew CampbelIst1: l of wJS 1 10 T29 R 17 acre'I TTILIagive, '; ofLoonb moved "thai* I 0

., : All In..earch: of CHEAP GOODS would do well THIS SECTION, AND THOSE WHO FAVOR OF US SUGAR MILLS : '30 $23.Aaron 0, 1 I1X1 ill [ tendered the citizeni of .r
.... .'V>Bin aa a call before 0 : / Dixon for S. W. Dixon swj} S 'r 281 : .
I 2 Purchasing: EUe. where WITH THEIR TRADE AND CONFIDENCE. .. agt. H. andseIlinRE0 : .__.., I
HEft>F Beet For the information R 15 acres,159 $837. 0 STUVDS and umfornxcourtesy \CQUb'T..TE'J.Y'the ,
'e8 at ibe old ltand, every of. all we enumerate a few .of l' 0 ,
t .. 0 8. R. Garrison aft. fur E. C. Robinson, se} of swj Cony ntion.- ad I
thearticIewekeep. .thsmo'I
.t:1I:r :.t; ; VlOTU1DgeXcpt&nday.p : 0 and 'wj of_} 8 13 T 28 R 15 and nwj of'nel{ adjoining ,
.. AND and nej of nw} S 24! T 28 R 15 :aero 18.12,25.. fl'quirod..9mously 1 ioted. :, 1; .
_;' :(rf: ; : r--v SBW; GOODS Consta.ntly; on .hand S. W. Lewi">s nwof net} and ne| of sw| S 13 T 30 R ".d-atic newspapers, in!:the State, I; 0

21 arnISO 751. .
." .' -."' : : .. Stock at the lowcat figures such Goods can be sold in $3,07. TI"aC't.l ; in ., -
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,' : \r. : this In S P.A'NS J.'D. of ... 0_
-. place. Rigg s ne} owl antiswlof| swlS2T T 31 '
1> g. EUS LRyVKtaftnTjrtnihfcj'Uze( of Tamrtl" <
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t 11 22 80 .
'. : ;; acres 114,74. B
', : -- *:.> -3ES.: .A. CLARKE'f' ', "I an<) vjfiikitv, that ,ho; is'nowi; ,prepared to do .
:: Wm. Rigby.agt. for N. R. Rigby nel} S2S T2S R 16
", ff''. *;*'f' G 0 P D S OF ALL SIZES; AND SOLD AT LOWEST MARKET PRICES WARRANTED acreirl6Oandwlofswj 1 } S 27 T 28 R 18' acres SO PAlNTKVtJ in all i iw branc8e-Houft-Sign.; i Carriaije" .
: ; : and) Ornamental Paintinjr-(iraamng "gntl .
DEALER' iN FOR ONE YEAR. } $8,51. .
'J!>i1'..'. '- ... ,, We have a good Line of : Freeman Snow, aej} of ne} and ne} of'sej S :33: T 30 Paperhanging, having practicectJ] the trade fur I .
{ S -AJJOIron R 16 80 twentjrypara in Europe and'4menc.. Ha engages ..

! ': i1 W"* .,"> > 0 Assorted(? Merchandise,. Lanes Dress Goofo and Fancy Calicoes\o ;\ j t ,. ". Samuel acre-Timmona$10,93., sw} of nel} and e)" of ne} S 32 to exceutcall his'work with neatnena and accuracy : _
X. n:.( awl
Iruining Ornamental ;
; '. Sign Painting a ;
-j.! ,. t, ." Fronts for/Stores/ and Dwellings, T,28R, 22 acre 12'J' $14,34. *1
I'-L Garner UJdflQtOfl&JtiriOU Slreeto, DOMESTIC GOODS, both of Northern and Southern t JIandv Williams, 11:11'lot block 25 307. speeialnWtrk.shop| in ManoniC {:Building.Tamptj 0 $

.II4; ; o5[ i I Manufacture. \\ J. W. Wright, Pel} oCI\l'1} SIT 31 R 1C; ant mv} of .___._._ iVc._15,.T7.__ lyf. .. : 5r- .
.4. t : f A ,, / 0 BRACKETS VERANDAHS; ., n'Wl} S 9 T 31 R 16 aires 80 $i 9,43. .' .J I

...",., : i: : --, FLA..:. A Full Line of", HOSIERY, Mrs. A. C.Thompson, sw. } of nel} S 19 T 3.) .It. 15acr'.s 0 1hi'rm, n Weisslrodd) 0'I': :
- ; 40 $4,69.& ,
:1 <, KEEffidONSTANTLYINSTOCKFUL1 Iron Railing for Garden Cemetery Lots. T. H. Jan iu of Dcl} 8 7 T 27 R 21 ''' : '
I NOTIONS in thin Department of. almont every or se} acres 40 J*> J\ D T> i JB H.. 'J" .
$16,05. :
.LINES : : variety
'9- V R. A.Johnston, part of.e) hel} S 25 T :23} R 21 Harrness Maker, Upholsterer Ac, 4
< Orders for Brass and Iron Attended to.
Casting Promptly acres 50 $6,02.Jai. .
: ,. :'Jj.;BY GOODS 'Jeans, Camera & Cottons, for Men's' wearS 0 F. Killgore, n'Wl of nw} S )5 Too R 1.') acres 40 0 TAMPA, FL.\ 0 :

,p 0 lot no. 1 S /6 T 30 R 15 acres 30 $25,47.; Can W found at the enrnerof Miller, A IImd r- '
; ., ... '.' -6' From which the; moat fiuiidioua always find aome- ;;\ / HAVE ALSO FORSALE! Clayton Lasttnger, sw} of.", } S 17 T 31 R 22 and '*. Storet ready to1 do all kfauli of work id -0

,' Ljiia; fcitlmea w'CWm's' HaBootSkes&Hoaiery: thing to pleaae. Of IIeLofMeISIST3IR22andneofneI} } } S 19 T hu line. Kcpnirinjj. of Harness: Saddles, Ac. atten. : .
McCARTHY COTTON GINS 31 R 22 acres 120 $18,07. ded to 1-nijly.: lie ke pn on handy A good stock \ -
; Ready-Made G. B. Lastinger, n'Wl} of mr} S 9 T 31' R 22 acre 4 Leather,4adiles, Bridles', p'1m JUn>e., SaddU .
: *
lit',, ; : Clothing, i AND AGENTS FOR 512. 0Wm nag 8tlfrul.. ... 1n"gl" Oirtlm 4<<"r :,- \ 0 0
Lastinger sw} of IIwl} S 13 T 31 R 22 a<,I'CtI! -- ---- '
For Men'i w. offer '
wear, good range of
Style;qoalitjr -
< : fi &i Ith'dIoIhillLut Dfltear and price, and we make it a point to hav them Portable & Stationary Steam Engines 512. Notice to Shippers. V1 L0
; Gt the taste of the purchaser-and to complete the .Eclipse A.J. Lastinger? nel} ofnwl} and awl} of nel} S 17 T m
auitweoflr 318 R 22E :acres 80 $8,30. I i ,.

:. KEItCREIF'8.RI13BONS. LACES; : : 0 And Sliivcs, Governor, 'Colnpap-y.. Jaa.'$17,70.E. Morrk nl)
Sylvester Waldcn Sr.. o'WI.ofnwl} } S 13 T 29 B 21 '
Notions vand Stationery. Hats.of the Latest CALL OR SEND US YOUR ORDERS. .
Style- 4 -
and net nf nelS} 141-29ltn:! acres"80 2094. v -
,.,'; I -P. Grouti q'!taW :fCAiJc ES, GIXGHAM&-- .. Tampaay +i'2:, 77. lytTHSNJAMIN 0 Fortune Taylor, part of lot no. 4 8 13 T 29 R 13 \ 1t'aMnfftott \ J i I tii

i' : DdA1Nl'lIt J.tAWNS! MUSLINS. JACONETS '.. And acre.5i$3,5.] I 0 We arc now prepared to rccvire i ana put in..rtor'all f
; PARCELL Ehtate of J. N. Tatnm, wI) of 111'1} and el} of .el} S 3
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CHECKS, DENIilSjDRILLS. ,..';., .0 T3OR22acresI6O$11,23. articles H f merchandise ,oliipixxl\ to orir care. -- __ I .
\ STB1PES .5 4ft'- Et\I.\n\.A ">: mvleon all .' .. I"
] I cBootsftndShoe Ll ConIlIgDml'n'
bl.n-k for &
1iI1iiliS.f1 Thos: McNight, lot 3 9 1875 76 1310. .
ill '80 JE.COOTTON. STATEA.aE3Sr.TS T IPO!*, THE S-AJL.E OF THE LlXlTownseml, sej of ej S24 T 27 R.18 acre I enlruKted to cjiir care. \ T <
40 1310. 0 R II'tutly. 0 : .
1 ::1 ; LABS, CUFFS,' NECKTIES, SUSPENDERS, That combined the desirable quality'of comfort and and Co's. Goods Estate of C. R, MobleyIt.'; 1.3. 4 and 5; S 19) T 29) 0 W. W'W.L1_ A roe 0 .
4 : I; SPUN AND SPOOL THREADS. ,PINS, JfEEv durability-and aim the more desirable one of hiding TJ. S. "Wand Engine Pump ,, R 19 and lots 1. 3.'and 4 S 20 T 29 R 19 anti lots Tampa. Martli 2rt. 1S7K IT :

4 : .= ',DLES BRAID, U variety JLT.SETTS,, :BEADS the eformi el1 of an ugly foot and making 1 bWk 89 acres 443 for t$;6-7 $ 3.o.) 4 .

: &DdFAN handsome foot look more beautiful still. Consisting/ of the Celebratejd! Alit Mobley, M. & L. 0)} of nwj t S4 T28 R20 acres

Letter Nat; Bill 'and Oaf Paper ->I 1- 80 and n\\ of lot 5 S 13 T 29 R'18 1lCJ'113 for
1876-7! $22.18. .
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t't i t dufQ Copy. I3ootsllfn; -Books.'Pocket Iab3 and Memoran- OUR STOCK' OF HARDWARE Ac., MILLSAJXTD :, C. N. Hawking, nwl) oC.'W1} S 30 T 31 R 17\'ret. : :
OO' r HALLIDAY, WIND '1721. 0 _.>w

: Toilet -Appliances '&c. Comprises everything in that line front a Needle to a 1 0 S. E. SL'.UKM.tN.Collectnr : .
i <> Grindstone. \. -H: : I of Revenue, Hillaliorough 1 Countv. _
We offer excellent BEDROOM FURNITURE Tampa, July fith; 1878. tds
Such as Comba, Soap', Extract*, Povder and Per _
of Bedsteads Table htanib. I I' 0 \
;I fomerr: Ac. contorting I 0
3iairA, <&c. .In .\ : -tand forSak i
: ; & "
Cutlery c., FAiRl\f PUEiP. A
Containing 160 acres of good line land with 800 0 L'
t-I I ladoding Pocket and Table Knives and Fork Ra
.< Groceries Provisions> oranges trees-00: of '"hid* are now bearing for
4:4 ; ion, Bheans Sduora Ac. 0 \ I II. 0 !?$,())0t, or the same place with I ICO acres additional I .' '
.- for $lOtXR, ) TKU place i is located in the ClearWater
: aidae: Hollowware, We aflwavs! keep a fulj) Stock, an thia w our PECULIAR I. X. L. Feed( Mills Tanks Rubber Hose section. 2 mile from B.,y View mi Old T.w.- )
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; :. NaUCrOekeEfbr.oOd'and Tin-Ware, Chain Ac.. DEPARTMENT.In ; S JKI, antI,-Ij| miles fmiu Clear Water bluE It is clovnted -

i *- dUdpuoitouitLhisinarket our Stock will aim always be found a good assortment nnd healthy. For particularn apply at this 0
Points etc. '
A FULL LINE OF of Water.Pipes, etc. office. 42-tf.. :

L : i' -Grocenes&.Proyisions- ., Tinware, Wood and Crockery ware, Sub-Agents wanted in each county to whom l liberal lliscoutits' ::Nbtice of Discharger .

: will be given. For Prices, term, &c., send! stamp fof( circlars. c, MONTHS Io'ROITE: the undersigned
# t ,5 roR. )&tfit..trRtTs:, EAi;, RICE, BACON With Bake Oveas, Bake Pan*, PoU. Heating and 0 BE.V.p.MIN & PARCELL, Ta.n-v. "!a., SIX .. of the estate Josiah Gate*, deceased -

4- 2 : .. SALT,CANNED FRUITS and VEGETABLES: Cooking Stoves 1 .4- ." late Manatee county, will present )his. no-
-c JELLIES, PICKLES BUTrEI, CHEESE: SARDINES We keep all kind of Stationery in common uxe", founts and vuiicliers to the t Oiuntv Judge of said
1 -; ,CRAQKERS: MUSTARD and SPIC} also School Bookn and Blank Books. .
for a final settleiiient discharge from
,' "We in communication with the best dealer : VALUABLE INVENTION. county -
1 i1 KEROSENE and PAINT OILS, SMOKING Wand 0 PILEEA said,ndministrator-hii ,
--l CHEWING TOBACCO SNUFF and CIGARS I NT0rth and South and are prepared to mipplvatrhort 0 1F.; SATES, Adin'r.Manatee .
; Tariotu qualities and brand PIPES ami TOBAO; notice, all kind of guod.4, in any quantity that may ]I THE WORLD RENOWNED May ISth, 1373. 6m
L I CO BOXES, and alto inanT other article. be desired.! __..__. .
S A : AH of which he will1l io sell at the LOW ESI In arranging our business we have not forgottenthat Circuit Court, nth Jmlit-ial Circuit

.... LIVING PRICES, f for .. the phybicial power of plan MtJII1 tiDlt'!!ruqoirc" WILSON SEWING MACHINEIn of rlurhln-lIeruuutu) Cniiity.IIlY ,
- S refrwliment meet this want have provided
we : a
:\1. :MAUNI I1, 1vs
-: CiSH or Approrei COUNTRY PRODUCE. Saloon on the river, known iw workmanship !I. equal to a. Chronometer Watch, and 0 l V Divorce. I

: .. Being thankful for Pa-t.'he will endeavor to meritS PILe ":r 0 U V: R 1 as elegantly finished as a firs lass Piano. It received CYNTHIA MAUNP, JE 0
-h. future, &iror by keeping up a FULL STOCK nf the highest awards at the Vienna! and Centennial Expo APPEARING; T) THE I: COUItT{ that the!.> I'March"
.S.a: all roch iJdi _' are in demand in ,thi< market, sitlons. IT SEWS ONE-FOURTH FASTER than other tndalitullii.i( Muiind.( rJ.-i,leH v.illnmt t.i-! ::
4 I nelling th m aI LOW as he can afford them, and Which ifiirni..hed with a B.ir of the l let Circuit, but in the County' of \\"alt.i u nd >t: U- -<,1 t
S : .paying rtrict attention to hu lni..ine>* and the want : machines. Its capacity is unlimited. There are more Flor.ii: ;it t M ordered 1 that; t-ho ....1.J'l'r| ilciuur' tr

3 4 of hw curtomera.Hi*old customers an l the ]>nt>- WILSON MACHINES sold In the United States than answer I lie bill tiv! l in !saM I ".UI"\'. ruvonliiiij'1.) tl..
S generally, are invited -Urralland 'examine hi*S Ijiquors and Cigars the combined sales of all the others. The WILSON tcrnin i>f tht* :Stutiu-( I in. such '.a....... niuile :,;ui! j.'rnvid : ; :

5 .. goud before purchasing eluewhere.. A BILLIARD RoOM and TI-: -l'IX ALLEY, MENDINC ATTACHMENT for doing all kinds of repairing. ,il. nr j'ld. moiit ;!<,.-<<>./>.*> will be rvudfrttl!

Vo Charge JUiulc for showing Good where leisure Kin enjoy itself in the : it l likwUst WITHOUT' ngnin h -r.
I way
FREE with machine.
given each
; and where all wanu will promptly !suppliidl PATCHING, I It t i i. furtlar ordered l, That tlii'1 order t IHpnMWi! < : .
I y that Prince of }RarKeepenyCoL : ed in ihe :$:ti..tci' TKinrxi; a tK-\v.pijn.r: (''ill,!L-i-! ( .
H.T.LAWLER.,' 35SiJ WILSON SEWING MACHINE CO. t'C1! in Tampa, for the space oft wo months. iH.

GBKEP.ALCOIII MERCHANT "Quid Pro Quo. 807 *: 820 Broadway, New York; New Orleans, La.| 0 0 t>th Circuil of Florida. '
14Ft Cor. State &' Madison Sts.. Chicago, Ills.; and San Francisco Cal. Man: llth!! 187! $. f I
A friio extract from the :Minute!! !, ... .
the demand t
To tuevt Transportatioa our t trt.I l< -
-I Z : : '1 '. ';51!..!,781" \ and 83 PCTERS: STREET "(Late New we have a Schooner callwl .the GKO. H' DILL, CWYNIM. I" l"-""-- -- I : !: ISth, 1s73. 01. \:.:2m J..vw, i urk.May ;;. _
that runt it-gularly Wi.OCASH ..
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''f--..:; Levee,) near PoydraNew Orleans. 'I Notice ,

T" .. '......' : -( Between this Point /alid NEW ORLEANS, I

AUCTIONEER Aiuetidneep WO MONTHS after date I will prtvnt my(4uflt4 n<-

For the sale of; northern and western produce, And are in cloie. connortion uitli the Kteimerd Vvlley T aut'hUI hero to the Hon. Judge'of I W- '
I 'i bite in and for I HilI'U rough Fla.,. fir :
City And Krnllir; and.with vxtcnnveWharves I : > County an
b: A GOOD 8CFTLY OF THE J-OLLOWIO ABTICLK8x ; 0 !, AND I aniinul Hvttlciuvnt of the! IvciuAlcxnndtr. ( ; Ah- :\ {
xivi: ::-ci';;; FLA., !1 t ti lllTrtUll.

J.I. II ,!-WAXS o HAND..1r : and( A arehouses, I I (tipmniission( ilcrcliant[ J. M. McCLUNG;, Adm'r. ,!< : 0

i N. Att.>n.U j IIt' <">nilly to all nalcH. (l''omi \'ItM.o-! .IIidlt..1 i } : Tawp: May llth, IS;& Hw i iAdministrator's I:
r -J'OR1 0 ......._ u. __ .
.lti..fM.'ti n'lIi'm'4 .
BACXN, LARD I We are enabled to offer to ptm14 the Int facilitie" :&11.1 l ( u pi.iranti-iil.:: Prompt I i j T''r-
; l> iiiull (Mliff-Front; :-:trtt I. DKALRIUNi: Notice. I
,; FLOUR, CORN OATS, at the ,n>allet exl. O/IC. We shall.continue to fur _y ; 0 0 _
: ,. BRAN, HAY CORN MEAL, oi"h' +, Sh;I' <;:1,11" /, (;"or e'1'Iel, t'rttrMnn*, _
I :M. A. x.tHS., J. J.. )I1TI'U f.1.L. PERSONS() havitii: ilelitinis! against th- 'Who Me had rr uip1..... t. ...
: POTATOES ONIONS, BEANS, CORN A'ND: :FLOUR \ C"fIf'1.'f1.. (:ltsTi II find Jltirilintrr, ALL of \William Wall: iIm>aM-d. will I r hi OtR&lbIn.IM ....... I"W..f'uth tbe Mle.__................,
I :: 5- DRIED FRUI1', Etc. Rogers:, & Mitchell, 1'ii iIN. {).il*, Furniture, tinnrri/ttfc .C'r. pn-wnt them duly' authi! 'nticaUil.totlieun'IfrMpinl; 1. PftI-bce'8101I'.._____'" 0

r iJ AT FREIGHT'!'AND COMMISSIONS-that w- 0 KEY WEST FLA. within the time iirvscriU-l by law, or thi- notice The PHYIIOLOCY 01' MAaR".
I t. -( "
: the full extent I will be in bar of their and those indebted The PRIVATa .
AT ACTUAL COST-to we can GROCER plead recovery ....,... .DICALADV....
;. ; CuhAdanedona1lonignmentNot1'eHhsble.i ( ) raine'the mean. to|)* the Produce market being Corner front & Dftval Stn-eU, to said Estate will make immediate netile-- .... I.-.. ...9t.U....... .........
y. I *3 Cabin Mew* & Ship .Store mpplid short .........1tIL ____ ..; .. .
; .i : _Orden Betpectfully SoUeiied a,uZ filed at baaed upon actual Caw. I at menu C. WALL, ... -..
lowest marl- We either buy or receive AND RECEIVERS: OF Notice \ J. E. LJI'St'IR.Taml" ............... .y ......1lL'...... :-ew.raw.tl. ........ __'
E price "': ....._
-S May llth, 1878. 8w Admini. lrato". : 1
| ? KIoId .. ..
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: -TaJuneOtl& tt On O Western Produce. J. CL WHALTON let ._........_._bllta..JIbajr .y....,'" --Q--. : 0
o nigitinent; : JR -- ,
week in Outfit free. No ..
a town. $5 .
866 your 1bI'-: .'IU11.7. \ ............... ... 0 I II ILi.t.t'
!: V Reader if want abuMncw at which __
; THE ..SAVANNAH, WEEKLY NEWS. 1 you .. ": ;:.:;,1
S All the products of the Country for which w* can 1i i Auctioneer persons of either iex can make great pay all the time ..

-: find a market, hew.or'eWwhereW :FLOUR .A SPECIALTY they work, write for particulars to H. HAWLLETT ron..a PRK.e..... '-Th_! \ ,
In tb e,Tm"i of July 6 1878,'villb* commenced ;.n-
anew I thank friend for their Patronage and r & Co., Portland. Maine. _-'otuas.'*t.uth JClUr-
I aerial by the popular Georgia authoreiw, our .1111.11. .., -. as
:. .' feeling that a mutual inteiect it iNe true geruiii of NOTARY PUBLIC, CUSTOM HOUSEBEOBER .ta-, t&yeverycitin.a.of .
S MBS. ornzuA XISBET REID, can make money'faster at work for us than at .
; \ trade, we have thought it right to yield a good part 81 Poydras St NEW ORLEANS U anything else Capital not required; we will start tbe fint
ZXTITLED3IBS. of our profit to the coa utmr-who Learn all the
T -. :! DAIIE f burden. Our Clerk* are attentive and we invite all .Taml.... April 'U: (\I. '78.-,tf. Ton, $12 per day at home; made by the i industrious. 11a' Barhaiiafarashe.
--+--- -- ---- Men and girls! wanteil.' where
boys to for'that ,
and look every ;
call at Stock and
who have to buy, to our ,
Tt"WEEKLT: NEWS u not onlr 'the laraeM but *'. Now is the time.
that B.8CII.IIDT. F. M. ZIKGLKK. work for us. Ctly outfit and moral
we promise we will cheei: fully show our ANDCpin'ission \ in-
you ;
4 in the Southern states. PII
; the bert weeklr pohluhed Goods and not take the least oncnae if you chould terms free. Address' TRUE A Co., Augusta, Maine. his 0
It It veil edited, r-ndrontainuu iminente amount county
happen not to buy our whole Stock on your first '-MJt. + .....
and its .
of reading matter typographical execution visit. SCHMIDT & ZIEGLER. Mei'chant Henry Brumick wjjj us a 0pj : t
4 tmaarpaiwed.. ,Printed on new type, with a clear, t ; Jfiir Lest we might be misunderstood, in consequence >v..LM news- 1.PRESCRim _
h is to read the WEEKIT
clean a pleasure -
impression, 0 0
j of fair of speaking,a* to terms
way we '
ttIS. I Newt. 0 for all that i KEY WEST FLA. 1ft' dW': .._ .;
1 is in of word. an3ru offer our customers, we say once we can Wholesale I .
It a imrepATEH nay sense Grocers 0 I For'bit. '
; contain' the, latest Telegraphic and State Newi, buy only I : for CVh or equivalents, expect Perxonal attention given to calen.! Ample room l Mknhaxl prtdvi-aniorHfiulnalVSIiAa'mod kit ditonfera- brve- 3'1C8,'OD1JTrretioqorr V.nt -

Harketa, ete.;-a' Literary. Agricultural and a fur "'tt'rage., dl.nlA '-....Z"A.."- Dr.aT W.rucl....a knows: 0
-MliwrduiI.cLIothetaateofelL; cash Equivalents KEFEKENCES-Wall:: A Co., A. }..- & C. Tift. 1* W.: .MaLIa au-c. r proe-'
S .* *ho d*' "rith what ig f going on in the IMPORTERS OF'IINES AND LIQUORS, Boot and Shoe Maker '

bu : NIi0! 1 u Den lwaya When'We sell our Goods. Credit being. the ground ,, Ullj&T'kuMQMStyou' can engage in. |5 to $20 OPIUM.c
fr' "**>> aiU of HIGH PRICES !111t.'r dal: .. br worker either : c
fc any sex. I_ J EBY notifies the j.
ConsIgnment of Cotton Soft month"*, '1.00. Nos. 49 53 & 55 New Levee right in theirjMfn localities. Particulars and : | public that he keep on .
r .,/ I 51t ,worth $., free. Improve samples hand an assortment of excellent leather and P .... a1Lw. -.... to
WE SELl your time at "to'T'
; ) TILL For C-A SH. HIM bu inc" spare in prepared to do Bubntantial and neat work at fair : & NoIfttIU-
Beferi ){ W, & 0 I ? STINSOM & Co., Portland .a4lmt.3..bsplC.! JI.w..T.
to W. Wall
11 MlI. COSannnah Tampa .
: .; Ga. ly New Orleans. Mn nil'. IrllJacklOn' -. --+ -
: MItI'rV/IIl7'l'0 I 0I. 1 Corner.. Tampa, Fla. JQY- SuWribc for THE TBIBUNZ.

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