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 Material Information
Title: The Sunland tribune
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 61 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: C.N. Hawkins
Place of Publication: Tampa Fla
Creation Date: November 9, 1878
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tampa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hillsborough County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hillsborough -- Tampa
Coordinates: 27.970898 x -82.46464 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Tampa Blue Print Co.
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: J.P. Wall, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 44 (Jan. 6, 1877).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Succeeded by: Tampa tribune (Tampa, Fla. : 1885)

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SUN LAND' : TRIBUNE. COMMERCIAL. CARDS' &c. Wild Frufis antI :Natural Growth of game count Bruin in. t! Dlca 1 urOla. i if r r I .Whntjvro Like. '. :. "---.V'- '' ,'rr >:"-..

UPRTR1CL- J&4XBOkN, ;: AiOf8TU8 RICe. .' Polk Count).. Its Came. Wolves, Foxes and Panthers arc native I f, [:Sun and. Prtw.] J The fallowing, fro n an exchange, is so eractly -/, .: L. .j.
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RICE BORN '& CO. .The.sour orange is indigenous found in I of this section; the first,: and second are numerous -; Our faith: in the successful culture of the I I suited to all comity, town?, that we publish -. '..4:1: .
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PUBLISHED ;EVERY SATURDAY. I some hummocks and wet swamps. The while the latter i is extremely scarce. European olive in Florida has been somewhat : it faIr the benefit of thosewhom it may : _- -' .'..:. '. !' '':?

; cFFICE,-CoRSEB OF, WRITING &;FBASK45 Imjortcrs and Dealers/- in sttnupa are used for propagating} the sweet, .I I', Gophers, terrapins. and turtles are plenti strengthened} by seeing a= fine, olive: I''r fit. If J it i ,.inchef'o* rilon't' blame us for it. : k ... ,, ,,.: :

-. :, UN&mEETS. :: kind by grafting or budding. The fruit is ful. j i I" branch, thickly studded with fruit, from the i but givethe 'exchsD e' Hail Columbia: ', .' c ;!:.'

.-.- 4 ::- :, .r -:: -. "FOREIGN, 'DOMESTIC'AND" COUNTRYKARDWA too sour to be palatable but the juice makes I'I Honey bees encounter the caterpillar, garden of Mr. Koux:, of Fernaudina ; and by I r We life to sec ann refuse to take his local '. .. ;' :-.' I1- ,.

1\0 IVeek.I1T3T6M] VRT3fljGRATES.t lo.ll Year.. '. excellent wine, the pulp good preserves' and I otherwise no country could excell Polk f for. .'I a note .from a correspondent( who !lately yi-it-I. ppcf' and.all thje time sponge. on'his ..._., .: .\ ; .

,$10 $15 they arc often used i for pie, jellies( etc. The ;1 1 Ione)'. ..This once overcome and I truly 1 thiswill Cuinberland I Inland, on the euaat of. Georgia neighbors t f.n'thc reading of it. ,, ..' "J;' ..
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3-_ :'$3 I ;s t $16 $25 I f-IO trees are hardyenduiing (cold wilf:i grow be a land of milk anti honey. ,|! and examined! the old olive '..trees: still J JIn. : We like to hear a .inan complain "heu'. we ...:; ;: : .. .

8 \ M .$15 2.j $40' foMm. _,:.1. 1.1 _....;:::'.... I.... ,1" 1.-_ ...:.1:> I' a. \v.. .irwimvFlorida. .......iI.:.. I ..,s..n .n'... .1... r...... .... ..T\. ....._.... .,.. ..1___ _. ....1. 1.:._ L. ..1.I._ r'rL?. t.____. __ ..rmm __ ,. __ ."- ..r. _
: nun nine uiiciuioii nuu uo ucucr nuuH., I b.u..6 un;; "uU'Ju" &JUII1VIZ'3 t.LI.-l; IL U"- tit Miosctiuei lor nia iiouit 1'011-| '(', .' >: ; ,
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: .:. >'.SqUARE it One lneh In.njwice. alriwedVflaw AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, The sour plum alo indigenous: commonly F-. one time} occupied by our: old friend, Gol l. P. :, that he tjikes Inure papers than hereads'ii&wv : -. -' :: };. :
fcaalc drert emeiiU will charged. at rates I II -: ; .:}:
,: ; growing about, Indian old fields or towns. I [From the ChtcaRo Time] M. Nightingale.: We are assured that these\: : anti thenjgo: around and borrow his neigh.; ; ; '

I;'.. Local notices Contract 1uients made a with Une.merchants subject to BUILDERS' HARDWARE, GRATES, &C., They are worthless except tor preserver I, anti A private letter from the goveuor of Florida I trees.bore abundant crtfp-j or'fruit during !' borV or ]Ir| af about hiiu until! he ha? gathered ,- ':: f.i .
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:;; '. -a change Yearly every thre munthn and eulcmcnU accordingly when proper calC w exercised in preserving, !! -(Jyo. F. Drew to a gentleman in this many) years ; and we remember seeing both ,,.. all the ntjws from' t. T ,-' "-_ .-*,' .. "

t'"i'f-" no fruit can excell them. I!I iu : pickled olives and olive oil froui Cumberland :, We likje to see a nan run down lib own I -
: city gives some glowing statements: .regardto
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linN will be charged IcUFTTEnr .
P: Obitoario exceeding.ten The ho .11aw in some: places'', yield* abund .i his stale./1 other he I Island, on exhibition at the fairs of the old I I paper as plot worth taking, and every now- :; :
1'I Mine* rndfertineniento.AdrertUcnicuU I| Among things: ayes, -
*; : inxertrd I le fl than One Month $1 antly. They: .are not, however, a general.!: "Tell your farmers that with but usual indusj ;, South Carolina Institute, in Charleston, b&1 I and then.beg| the cditir t for qfa\"or.iD the editorial --' .

i:',;. -,. I lr. Stjoare.- for nr t and 75 cenu for, each Rubse uent.nucrtioo. IRON, NAILS. AND HOLLOWARE. ;' growth throughout Polk, and though! .very j try, and by using proper fertilizers, from fifty fore the late war.: We find in a foreign; pee j:. line, about sonio pet object. -

.. .\d1'eJ' ;Iements not marked with the number of palatable we do not recommend them as a to a hundred bushels of corn per acre can be i riodical some suggestions! on the olive \which I I We like to see a mechanic; or merchant: revcrtise ; k'- ,

e" .. tiiuciiVill orilingly.be inwrted until forbid, and charged. ac- Tinneri. Stock:. Tuoln and- Machines. How wholesome luxury, and consider them worthless 'I malle upon our fine land. I have: been cx- i may: be of value to our readers.! It seems ; fuse to atto in hi$, .homo\ paper and try..'" :- ,i >:-::,'

: ,:.I'4r ttPECI AL RATES to-liberal. .tdvcriLeni. Funiithiny; Good*, except for hogs'< deer and tnrkics. peiimenting this year, and ;have made l by that: in tho vicinity of Nice, there are many I Ii Ij get a sJKT mrc of the tj-ade which a newspas 'to ".. .
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SUBSCRIPTION- Persimmon. crops an; light and irregular. actual :and careful'measurmeut: one hundred i varieties of the olive cultivated each having bring s to tcwn. I ;: ''!L

4)' 4 TERMS OP -.: $2.00 The tree or shrub more of a curse than a and bushels! of -ome peculiar, quality: ; the growth, however j But ah>ve all thing S WJB like to sec one of ? : ;
: Per Annum; ((10 advance) TIN AND JAPAN -WARE. thirty-five corn on one acre. ;
:*:. '. 1.00 It ; des- of this: tre1} i is slow, and no of rich !
Six Mouth. -. .. blessing. being"almost impossible to j The land is average pine land but wa carefully very crop( any ; out miserly men4who cannot pay two fa..

p"' fingle A cross Copr)1ar1c, on your paper- -wgnifics that: your oc troy them on t fztrm :/ it is ?aid, however, thatto l 1 cultivated and }properly fertilized.: ;| value can be cxpc'tctlnntil the tree has at- dollars for his local Miter always: manage to. .
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i.; term of ubHcription Ua expired, and l govern 'yourself Sole AgrntH for the cut them ofF four or six inches underglOUUU This only shows what be done by ;i tained! the 'age of twenty years. Some of.the :\ be round lU time to- read the paper, at the .. ,

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'-U" XUgUSl U ) I and r cultivation it be done 'J r-H" I p"'U" "L menu HOI. "l'I"&U u iciuu pan 01 -. ;
F ,! pi ope can on. i .. '
t. .,' PBOPESSIONAL&BUSINE83CABDS.. CHARTR OAK STOVES, more appear.-( :| any land )Jin the state.! ': ;LthteddLIflgW1tUe; haliof the} l last t.I I whahe I Iiimself u t j looks so 'elJeconow.. i I., ... : ./ ::'':ff

Whortle berries: arc plentiful in their sea-: : has almost much interest in'': century. | ical I, thril I y and 1 progressive.( c!
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f ; & RATHER, i Chicago as |I j .:...: J ; ,.,
The oiive-are collected iu the lu.iuth of i
:,on; ,and 1 require nothing more hero than .
89 & 91 CAMP STREET, II Florida as in any other state adjoining the I II ; : : .
t- i' .- 'Jk.tipruey Ldtw, mere mention. I Garden We have direct railway connection December, and thoae which ripen earliest are 1 "TDI.%I 1 MLtStREs.-It isOfteZ1: INe- -- ''. '

: TAMPA FLA. liranchlloti.se Street. I city. I| the best for when left the j' ful to have a .approximate. data to de-,: I.a : "J.
: : : 'j BO7'Magazine NATURAL GROWTH.-The high woods arc and already "the inetrojiolU .of the |I ; on trees: some- !j.'I' ,
hi .idi-nrv Jat-kon'i "Storo.W. '. i': times till March' not of Iluch. (lut'Ct' g It.:; anti meaures from. Here j is a' J. )
orrtcKAt n neir New .Orleans La well adorned with pines, and in many places : northwest has .a'large and lucrative trade :I; even they arc 'I .' .

-: Tampa. ,1 the black jack turkey oak and I persimmon. ;i i with that t\ae. As" the commerce between value being generally injured! 1 by in cctl. orn'ct(11IaLle'I which, however, d.ies-not-. .'. : J ,'
BOBERTS&CO : 11ori.tapril t6.L[ y. yet
:: A. ., : :... .trees interspersed with the pine, adding I i I I ... I 1 The collection of this fruit i is made by beating ,: aim at grwit accuracy, but.1 may serveto., '. j'.1 ,
., t.I lei]two sections is but. in its infancy.In : I .t .
;. H. T. LAWLER. much to the beauty and pleasantness! of the ':: time itt} annot but become much larger, : tljc trees as i is done i in England f for walnut1 make a n uh; estimate: .when it 1.i: nc'l':1..uy.. :: :/ :..

: : Druggists and Apothecarys COMMISSION ?MERCHANT i I but. :ibis is mode of to reduce measures : >'i,
; GE1IERAL{ country. II: ;, : a very imperfect I
I .as Florida produces a great variety of tropical wcilht ;
-mi fi2mi POET MEADE, FLA. ,. ;->, 77, 79, 81 and 83 ri-rciu STREET, (I Late Nnear I\\' The swamps! contain the cypress,, l live oak, ] fruit for which there is here a large llc-.: gathering, as the olives are bruised and the A pintr water ] nearly one pound'"- .. f ..

I'1 oil loses in quality, and i is I and U equal to about twenty-seven cubic -t. -.
Q ali, white bay, sweet or red buy, black: gum, maud. These commercial relations never so good as : : :
'.6. ,' : ])(.ilerL, lit Drug, Medicine,, Toilet Levee.) l"IJJraIW (.'rleaui.s growing : : in ditrictihere: the olives from j:. inches, or t-quaro bIt=x three inches:: long -4:'
iron t-lni nnd are picked r -
.- Article ell,.. maple, jug hickory, wood tanbark will 1't'cl'iau; extra strength from the fact: : : .
( the trees by hatld. This mode of '! throe iuchfl:: wide arid hrcc inches deep ,
The hummocks contain gathering -
Il: :' : ) )- bay. hickory, ; that many) Chicago people have an iuterot | :; '
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:t- .1'llj..tdan PeL.2.1Pd4n canrfullywith (<
; is, however, nearly imjtossible at Nice the I A quart of wateij} weigh* nearly two J.. -j jIMIIII"
oak wahoo as I .
; accnnu-y aiid ili mtclt. at all lioun* ..< 1 naght.:7 trees are large and the branches! slender anijl 1 is: equal! tula square box of about : : .
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"' an For the sale of norilicru and western place, wood and wild cherry. There i no poplar, iA few, : it wits t'.ie! dream : H ft .
oranges. years ago -
,, : T itmpa, June 15ih7S.: __ ; t four for inches anil three and! ll Jr ''
--- white oak ird oak beach birch- There that it would be very costly.: Tue best oil i is { by one- -:
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roLIjliWIO AUTICL124AI.WAYH : :
A H jifl'I'LY TIlE of-a large class] of; Chicago men to own .a .
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\:: D1LC.L.MITCIIELL: ox hAND: arc a variety of under growth and; vines'which' : plantation: ] on some cf the bayous': adjacent toNew made from the fruit immediately: after la-ing j inches tl er' .. j L ... -.- ."
fit: ... Physician & !Surgeon? I PCUK. nACON.i LAUD ;' in) i-any instances render. the ,swamps' Orleans. Many: invested there; and j taken from the tree, but this i is only practical: |! A gallon of water .weighs from! eight .to ten -. -0# V' ':.....,:

l-T.MK.U( >K'frLA.OFKlCB I FLOUK:, COUN, OATS, almost impenetrable. Hut little cabbage: ': probably:hciv and there one remains. Xow, :I; where the amount of a day or two'* gather- !i: jkjunds, acj-ordiag to the.size of the gallon, _, .

t t-f:: -In I n.zialya-k5. & 1Iitdlt'U'1tore.,_ _, ,I' BlLlL. . .\Y. COKN')IKAL.rOTATOlvS. J/:11mdtu.. !'ruw hi... eii.r.. ... .. 1'\\:11': : : :-.. !hthhtJ1 ..__._.._.._ .1. .....1.:.: ... r ....A.I. __ ,1" '.: ._.___ ing i is large ; it i is, couseiiuentlv: / the custom I and is cqilal'! to a box; six, by six inches .' ;. !.;-
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,I : ;. ( )NlbNBEANS; In..n.macks but- jmwt* (If t I UJIlIII JI'*. ::1 fuil' IIO'H'\Tr. me HlIJlJltllIU.UI UI iiiioiner\ tII1taLgU) j jI' {many olive-growers to leave the fruit in r square, am} six, sx-veu or seven and one-half I <$ J

r:> .Jr. r.. BRANCH I I DUIKD FKU1T, 1te.D c : rs to' own an! orange grvjve!' in Floriila. heaps until sufficient1 i is collected inches dcc ). .1 j ; 7-' '
a 'quantity
share of the saw palmetto. I li n| !II::! woods | ) have already I realizcd\thcir ; J'
I' Many ambition I
: 3hysicixiii & 11.U.gglHt. i i I -(IS)- the dwarf or H.-rub l pines i and suv palim'tt: still Not* ha for.the mil), but the inevitable fermentation: "A/cubic jfoot of w\t'J weighs uearly sixty- -

I. .. A T.HIS OLIt STA u. !I II I Ca-iitAilvniuvilon! all I("on-i. lIIf'nlA(Nit 1\'ri..ha1.1) constitute the principle .;;rowh: It H dotted ; others arc hoping. >,nly I Ii of the fruit under this ).:;tllI1't'Q', materially four, poundc!, (more correctly sixty-two and 1 _, .: \
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...'" _,31nk16.: .'; ;" ._ .... --_ .3y. I I OeJcr- lkJjWCIjUhIJ1ed and }'illed'fit all through'with innumerable! r)4)flIZOf; varij j I i Ch'icago an c.xtclldl'l'mprichLry j I injures:: the quality of the oil. We learn one.half pounds I ), and contains l from.seven,ti>' ,. ', ,
Florida, but the state is to be favorite : -
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I getting j
: M. D.i Imrcut market price*. mai.lcii I from an official that there in the eight gallons, the kind of j>al-- ,"' '; fr'
; ifl. :BazLJamin, June U'th. tf. ous Mzed'iull i of flags and l'lIH" affording health and The laerlrcvtiIs I II report, are uCl'Orltlh.to ;
Tunipa, 76. ? pleasure resort.: ( -
\ 't 4- .. _. .. I I its(; oil-mills worked 1 i Ions used.! ] "" '
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;F. --- good grazing for stock. There i is.! an especially! in our winter seasons, dur- some by l -:.. '. ;
i t Physician. & Burgeoii.BiCSIDESCK. C. N:. BROWN, occasional elevatcil ritlge suiteil for) !settlement time hundreds of citizcntl\1 horse-power, but by jar the greater: number: A j peck -II' equal, toi box eight, bJ eight" '., r t- ..- : .1
ling which our "
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\ .-OM II..l n J. qile4 torth t f TaatOFFICE. -I VITJl anti l thc'laud always producing well. I !worked by water-powcr-thL i is., 1 L" t by the inches square and igimtj] inches deep.. ; '' "V I i
,......, leave our rigorous climate t ; in order to avail \ ,
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; jii 14'/rfJ.1 WALTER & Co. l latter 1I.thOtl. Ten gallons olives A bushel almost fius box twelvo by. ". __.
In this flat woods is when ba'nanas aud guavas : ,01'gooll :: 3 ,
.i; .-Oirnerof. Franilhi: TiC: themselves of the' more genial temperatures :.
j '.!' :,',, .TaMpa. H. .Vol. 3, \. lr't"1 I v- grow to great perfection it seldom being ; of Florida. will i give from one to one and a half gallons twelve iuchis square and, twenty-four inches '' .. 'j /
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; :;" ---- WIWJ.LY. M AyVFACTtTKElW' OF cold kill either the whole of wint ) j of 6il,, but the :1\r:1''c': nua1it"iIJ deep, or two cubic feeti -' 1
j ,j' : or enough to There is iu time the entire I II If 'J. Jddivcr'lI1ore
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is... .T()1111 I nJll t ;no reason why, '
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A barrel'of almost fills box "
I : '. & than ten cent. water a :'t\o. Vsji i
1 i/o T niisrAND through. .f state should not become dependency to Chi- per' /rIMiilopena j -. t
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.iPijYSlqlAN: : - -- po --- by two feet-quare and and one.halfdeep, -
. :,.' TAMPA.FL.I. j GAME.r: >\lthough deer are nu ttIeruanil<1 I cago. With Chicago capital and Chicago in (Jermany. { I .Z '. .
- ) *. or six cubic f.l'l't. j i' '. -" :t'
"--;1i Orricac II.L.41 10 iu a. .in. andI tj II. : : to some farmers:! a great post, it requires !otuUI'j"ki1l I bruins: it can be made one of the richest and The; German method of time1deaiiit t '
n.a'i managing
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I ill the manure of tirms to fui.-t" much OUVLfli..I)1J. m.i.-t productive: suites in the union. To ac- \ -
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DJ kfc 1 : play philopcna f '
I ji-t of the (linirt lluii1I ":, as nearly five cubic feet.-j-"Manufacturer and.: ."I: 9 -tl1lil.l.r.
Ii : 4AenR.yyr. }Uc uiul ;)::11"11", $ rttcft JOBBERS IN CLOTHS AND CASS1MERES.lialtiiiiorc \ .. At.ceitain :seasons on Ui:? frontier, i cumplish; this; ivsult there mu.-t be, however, When a.coiiii meet after eating philopcnatogether : .." I I .i J;.

: they collect in licnls Ii'umI to till at til "Camper ui, :iuluiii'Ui. the population of iiubisni I I. ,
: c.j A- CRO"W"SON"i' no :advantage; i.': taken l'( the other I ,__ .J
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I I in :sictiy.1: ;gli-e_over) thu hilN aud II hollo\\s re.-iilcnts." ,Krolu} the Ktti-r (Jf (1'J\". Drew, it "
= until of them the word! '
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-\d. pronounces! "VhillJ'l.la. A rt.l-TIhe of the
i &: o : PINK: : : pine apback .
:Attorney 1 Counselor, Law) always on the lookout with such instinctive would seem as if Florida: oilers better opportunitus ..*' ThU i is I 'J
the warning; now the ori I! diU-s I I thrui t I' centimes. .'g
.t I: Tamjw, March: :::0. 78. lyr.TC'KlAN j ll' o tor t or "
H:: ; ', AND sagacity: as to keep one or ni.>re of the herd : f forf: men of small menus: than almost i l is I tut "
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I ft tind tlu* isan-i.! t'tiadu- j'
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Jum1ls .
1 -r & VETSBURG j 11111 :sentries. In thick settlement'1 they I roam : tlu-r state. The lands must, be I II : t i of
[:' SOLICITOR IN CHANCERY, [ : iuy pine I Lot us, suppose: that a gentleman calltipomi : htipc in I J! .!_. The ..Jutse cultivated I it \ -3

i .:.-.. TUll'J'L..\. : 4 I.the pc-a fields} at night to the great annoyance I 1 veaycheap; anvl! the rtj-uit obtained from them I a lady. She invites him to walk iu and at I : .., early ai .'t)9aut1. : ]1 supposed it wraai # ( ?

I ..... \vut practice in all the l/nutl of Sotuh Florid:'% .' WholBsal8 Dealers IE of the farmers, and certain destruction 'j .arc certainly wry} numcrative. Such open- the snmtstime speaks; the tali-manic: word. first caned t fro I Java. It \:
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I : ..tIJ'r, (Offit innebel.Rw1dug-4" ;t'[, Siairi.: : ; : to the p,,:i crol' Turkeys :are numerous in I ings are particularly) valuable at this time llcpe appear : :
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i---' ; ----:------ .- I' i If t he accepts the oflor: to walk in, he is lost, that timLs fi tit m (transjdauted! r f front South : c\; :
r.\ J.BWAU--' 1>. W. C. \.JU.I-1 almost every.portion of the county, but more when our cities are ovcrciowdcd.. there i is I ; :
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I ':__ AOI'l1UYCi: :- ( 1J1 clor nt Law: ,II" i <-nU! 'hawks! foxes and; phntluTS deal havo : t I It t a judiciousclci'tion could I 1 be I If I "-lie a..1.him. 'tll take nil"hiha.; t. he. mntre.olntely I!, thrive.;iu 1 HuZI.: uv.1.according'to riI'

<- AND : Savannah, Ga. tbi-iii tllhl'r\\.i.e tlll'letIul.1 ue t\\o tur I made so as to I'dicChit'ao; of 10) per cent kc.:'p it on' ; if to be -,': .tl'.t. he mu.tstand lliinil>'ul(!I|, niws wiKf in the f>{e,ts of the : ;.f

j.fSOLI.CI'TOllS- Cli.'Xd..ER; l Juno !9,"';;. tf. 1'0)',; to.every: pine live in the county. I ot its population it would be one of the finest'things I; or if at I the taMe'shc: should 2 I hand! him I' Oiinoco, TJitry4>uil 1'')' easily 1 and I. sonic 1 'fl

:':' y..- -- .---_ ...-. ........-_-..-..-....n..4\.-\*IC.tJ.IJ. .. .::..!.*.\. ,n._..._, _,_"' ___.'___ _'_ -<--S __,____ -_- '.- ,I. ''Fox .squirrels- abound in -jmat- numbers .- 'imaginable- for Chicago- and f>r thuewltohoultI -nll\-.. :..lrtiC'I.hi.. .- ""'U'..!. .11..-, _:If'. ',-'tlt.,..-.. ...h....,. n-in.. ..... t''.... .:. :u .. ,_ : :L :" : -
i / t. uiiruiir tim: voyage were me wuoiu capo :3 : j "
It'; WILL P1Li1iinslIthe: : ConrtiuOUT1I 'Al.lnstelh'S"ons, while the swamps ami huiiiiuM.'ks: ) are alive !| be taken 'away, provided they ': forfeit. 111' -* : "
I j: ; ) .\. Ofiio-In )1i'nJ'r".I\'lJildil1' I ota vessel i'.s1x'm1cd. ItlL considered a good : : (J
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!,., .::- :t til -':.+.,_. I_ -( t t .. .. with cat wjuirn-ls. A few ttsgIi-h! anti thou- : could be, placed: upon farms j in the west tt or in During all this time' : he cndcnvers to take: | : in gooiconvlition l : 1.4tripiftiirtjuateroftlcargo ...

i s.f.SPMflc\J4\N: ,. I: WHOLESALE IH-\J.Et.] ; IN" tauds of keel lucks: swarn the ri\vr:", lagimns ; the'south, in some state like Floridn. The her by surprise, the,acceptance of any offer wlen, : the vestfaJ arrives.1 This -dc- :
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::: -.4tt9r-1y: at 1..An" ,: mnl.j-ou'ls in fall and winter,:whili .itin; l few '(l last-mimed L* more suitable* for'the residence from the other wins\ ,the game. Both are constantly oully J the !' the.. : .:. .
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\I-- AIsorJcrTon ) BOOTS, SHOES & HATS, remainto, e.nj'lttie} spring and nminor.Water 1 of northerners because of its moderate ternperuture -i, exercising their witts to pievent being but alAto| the bad \length experienced or .," .; i

IX C1IAXCEILY. turkeys as we style them here.arc : iu> marvelous hcathfuluess, anti i its clught.11.1 the sport()('" on all,I the cHllin;;. I thunder-showers d truct. < "t..1 1I
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,A ; ".r t FT. ) A"pEvFLTTILLPRACTICE : Savannah-. freedom from the visitation of : lticularl- "
; : plentiful, and while! few catthem j : epidemics.Unfortunately .1 Perhaps the gentleman briugs little < -Jd I
.. persons a pres.entaud \- lye them. i is that four millions 4I
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I \ In all the (:aru f Nulli "-.-.-- .-, -. -, --. ...... -- -" for south the I I c '. .
I ")...} .d.- they arc superior to our wild duck./ There: : the frightful &ays: "Knowing that. I shall loose two I tlwusjHid pine-apples are :
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L- ., -- .' CAR'HART; & BROTHER, are thousands of curlews!, craiuami all prevalence ''of yellow fever in so many' my )philopena, I have: biought it along, hereit I brought tojicw York anpuallyne The butt i"t [-"

COICMISSION MERCHANTS. manner 'of waterantlIOfll f \wli''hi, h portions' l during the present: season will have i..:." If she i is; caught olf her guard by the I cauuiiV I II
of this I fruit
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Mnorlers and Wholesale Grocers t !
.' C. :a. POST,- "would n.,t come'under"the hem f of ganme.Fiit.Trotit the ofled to discourage emigration to theMississippi smooth,: speech, she loses, for he immediately I extensive:, and, hkewi..&e profitable J this city, .. J r.:j. ,

I--, '=f3 *iI'Or to POST HOBBY: > CO antI ii8 Park Place I i river: states and most of 1 those along claims the t forfeit. I
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fi h. There other varieties however j the gulf. Florida will perhaps,:, prove an ex- I neither wins alter time Iirt meeting, the ,
NEW YORK. > are many ; \ I nitiou and they j put njj at least a milon :;

ii: .ipcERi4 -. such as black fish, channel! blue cat. ception, and l will l he )benefited! in proportion :. sport. :is continued to the, second and, it mavhappen I ",pverv. .\l'.: r.-Ex. ., i.,:,.
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: G. ..,:: : 43i1 MLa.k.A 4-' ,BENNER & PINKNEY suckers and silverfe Xo pike until uf' :,. as: the other states will lose by the apprehensions :, : that half a dozen )partfe* meet: at the 1 4 a\ rr t").i <' 1 ,

"'Western Produce, I late years, and iiuite.ainengre.numbor 1 yet t to ; yellow._, fevtr._ d -4 _- i ii i, same time all :nnxiou. to win of their philo A fruit hook for gathejring;. oranges. aud ,.:. r :

SHIPPING(& AND{ COMMISSION MERCHANTS be seen, but the Above, mentioned compose :i 1 le Took) A Liberty !I pena partners!, so that the scene often becomes other fruitsr.may be mad thus:: / : i
Lif' 9f& 93 MAGAZINE STREET It i is diamond t $
ludicrou.-ly amusing.
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principle, arc nurnerous a : stick aumiC long; cutoff '
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[ .She was a young lady uckwater andhad cut diamond, in very truth. 'l
REV'oRzE.aSLA.. NEW YORK. in our'rivers creeks and \\hile but : rJI
: lagoons I i enjoyed her visit to the Bae Range inctrojwlis -- -- all the branches on?, which is left fore i. .
but few other than trout and perch inhabit] !i [-1)IIt' Foi Hoiwl -It luw: In-come quite the \hook, \bore a. hole itL a shjall piece of .- .
: :! & 'Co.; Consignments immensely. She was: and pi I
AL: MILLER of (-otton SoIicitiMl. pretty I I common! of late to hear of the sudden! dcatli '
our lakes and pond Otters prove a this- : I wood, the l hole about haft" an inch larger *.- ; :
uc.at aud one of our well known gallants had i
> r valuable horsos and( the wonder ithat
(FAtt ihcd]i '185S.) o.- Infers .. tructivc animal 1 t to fi.- anti although they : than the stick the the h;
IN to Xln. W. W. Wall (,0.,of Tampa: h" :i done his level llw.i't to make it pleasant f for i r they should die so u.lllcnhWhl'll. it was .-uppo.e I ; slip jjtiek ,thrugh '

: ; : : DEALERS _. ." cannot l)() sanl to be very uunicrou$4 sometimes .| her during h'rta)'. The exciting cau.:'e* of that the best care .was given in regardi hole in the piece of WOI.! and to Look U"- \,"
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FURNITURE EDyA11). LACE, as many as four or five can be set-u at ,the t follow ing, was uu attempt on his part to :i to their food exercise eic. The fact: is- th.it I done. With :this: hook drnw in the branches : ;

... ,. Com'ission Merchant: oncejrolicing on the banks >pla_hing :u..I.l .I snatch a kis from her pouting lips. 'Then.: l''Crowm'r' of horses seem to be aware of i and fasten. the other cud to some other '-.'- .. .:
C.A.IPETS &C150 ..:. : 'i l the great danger of feeding fine meal to1avrM .
;'.: diving in'tbe'xvater enjoying) a regular jubilee she rose: in all the dignity of offended inaidcnhood : : Many% an excellent: animal is taken I !bough; slip the piece on 4e hook up or down :. .: : ., .:' ,
& 152 BROCGlrroS,: 163.Maiden Lane to the &ullllu-tructivn of the finny t '
,, dismay : and said, "See here mister, jest don'tset ,. suddenly ill,. and in spite of every effort; t for to suranl you have the ( t of both hands '1

SAVANNAHI'GA.. w YOUK. tribe. Alligators w .well as otters are Vm too 1'rl-h. 'ou'e' done t the haiiaome: i its relief dies in a short time, the only thing; I to pi fruit. I i is simplino and of ,much val "

f k : Low FreighU to Jamp*. Send for Trice. ;,. Iiir Q-oI1ignm..ntll Solicited.. ; 20 Cm not 4- 'numerous* w hen: : compared" to. nthcr sec- > thing iu circuses\ : ice cream, candy and! tich, out of the way in its, (':he having been the I ,.and .should] l be geneahiy kuosvu.. -< ;. .I i':1 "
lions of Florida, 'sufficiently so; at least to : f feeding of fine meal. The trouble i i.. that and]' ;.. '
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.SALOMON. COHEN', -.Jas. S. $JL V A" draw a dead line for. "gruff," aud make sure ,, but you can't take no liberties. My I Jake, freqiu-ntly-the nival.harden-*, literally bakes, 1 I I -v.J_. : .' ;: t." .
out to the creek, he's got :lIJuit.c1aitllllectl to ; on ,t the wall* of the stomach, t forming an indigestible ,
E, SAVAAIIGL Importer ofCROCKERY: his. .prev. a ifjec1manceJ1c' !-!lmtiu1'Lcrt-- ; .[. the preinises.{ : :and don't you forget it. You ; mass that cannot )be ....,Iuo\"cdtunl l The 1:1)1') > stop* hi* jIPc for the purr" :{ :

EPWAFULAkSO1tTMFNTOFc .... *WenldYBrti1a' among the game' and can't srniat' on his: location, and 'OI1.tl better : from the ::un'.ring it causes there is no relief! poe economizing i al )utas wisei3. the: : I : :f i<;

:!. CABRIAGE BUGGIES V' set him down with a 'double :share.: V "nr hunt 1 for a quarter: section: in some other. direction but death. "The livery men iu towns and I man who spent tweutycens ferriage.to collect' / 'i' ..

,.? : ., P1I4ETO experience amounts to anything: ;: !.>. i- ftu- : whore you can get a better title'-:--d l cities have discovered this fact: and! for meal ,|I ten, A nun can do without a paper just about ;;..'- -L'3
Ap-'pLANTATIoN; WMOcS phatically in two I he j are substituting cracked corn, which i is whol- '
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140 BROUGILTON; ST, gather I your own crop. The young man rec- j I some nourishing :and never attended with n I 'eiter. .
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J '. k SUNLAND/TRIBUNE, : : 4 .?: .. to" Tampa.. | Two iuteretttlng Decisions. -Commodore Shufeldt will )leave, 'this'coupntry :;

> ;;.; ., : .M-. Ceo. Wads worth, c.? .|of Apop-- Ttllahaive Kloridiin. in the Ticonderoga,about the lit of STATEMENT ; I' ;jf

..,...: -.,".,....,.--,,.... ,'....:;.. ;....2'._".,.i.r. '''W'AI.-r. ka City, Orange county, in an article in the In 1874, a bill which afterward became a December, to open port of commerce 'between t ; .,;.
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X _;jiiJi. South Flonda Journal law 'was introduced by Senator Jones for the Africa and the United States. The '
; Unager. discussing railway the Expenditures of Florida :1
of the will! have conference Hillsborough .
Secretary Navy a :
cities increase
'* : :: : I '. -' purpose of eula'-giug the power of to o Coun : _
;. : SeIvd&J'. NOY9.f18'18.: system for South Florida'has the following license the with the Secretary of State, and they will '

..-I./h. = .__L: .. -- to say in advocacy of ji nfetd from this place council Tallahassee tax. In passed that year.an ordinance city agree upon a plan by which the commerce of :FROM SEPTEMBER 1st, A. Dj. 1877, TO AUGUS 31S A D., 1878. j- i .' .. ,L:

.t.1+ '- :1.-; :.-. -' OD. this be advanced in portions of : t.. c.
'. Z"-,; l'ttii } i-----" '. : ,- to the St. Johns river. under the statute, but doubting the legality of I country may ;I .
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r g.t ir'CJnc .result ofDem. The flourishing points upon Lake Monroe the act it'al repealed. When Senator the world where the national flag has never A'"UHE 0F''iNo. OFf .JtL;;

,&ff .AiJeetio .tbioouwy,J1L8,Tuesday.DIti. I will never be satisfied 1 short of'a rail r"ute to Jones returned from Washington be published been seen in that connection.On DATE !ITO WHOM IUEDI EXPENDITUItK. .ALoLNT. ;;

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-I'. -I ; ..,." ,.. ,.n-j"-, 1 majority. the Gulf, the b-.st terminus for which, no au argument supporting the authority the night of September 25 the Chinese '3'I Peter Lamon = SUPI>) Paupr, .JJ l 3 : 0 :::1

'" 'n." pivid-V Ott,672.Cciijpver: ; 6. 6G6. doubt; u offered at Tampa, th :h'ftd of Hi1l of the statute of 1875, and we believeall pirate* made a systematic, well arranged Spmbr Clta ::. 1 .f' :1 3 ; 0 ..!

: ;. .r'J. .". .borough Bay. A string stretched upon the the cities/and towns in the suite, exceptTal1ahul'8 midnight attackVn the house of a Chinese .. :, Ca Uo 1 'I.. 3 1 0 ";"' <

- I .lfW.... 'H-! : ; .-, ,672.; ". Week. *.,. 88. 584.i.Frierson.1 map from Lake Monroe to Tampa, will a IMJ acted upon that authority, 'The j merchant i in Hong.Kong, who was thoughtto U. I Crlne ThomJD I\' ."i! _.... I I .16 I 3 o' 0 !
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I'f ''' .'Y'l''It.. : ;, 'J ag112.J found to lie close upon Apopka City and the prosit year Ta11Iah *see'also pastil an ordinance have much treasure. After fighting several '. I I L"ini. wife, ." 1.l. 1I i :17 21St 3 : 0 ..

trj4' : l, 624.8L.- 5wt,' Imt; 356.Jtcl1itI8 .. south end of Lake Apopka thus suggesting, ; in eolItirrnitv( to the statute Increasing hours with the police, the pirates fled to 4' I John Obu Browning .. 1.. :19 l I 6OOAIIre :t -"'. I
everything else beiug equal that this the i the Tuien.su of merchants and livery men. their boats and of them killed. '. .. B"wnw"1 I {
f l" Wardehofl, 109. J7;3.44Uegttvo.eswere / w one was W fl. L. ;' r I StOoU1IOn t ,

; .' "- : thrown: out .,: the .m- best route to make. Eighty miles is an approximate I WUhin t<) test the legality Mrj C. 0.: I3avtnpnrl I _-&Q.AT lfv_ ..V." Cl t.a.i .!%.kAvf..s.>.'.'.... .1f. .. .... .inMoutczuma '. : : amt'o. .Paj'er. {; : I' 3 0 ; .
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distance frorii'Ajopa City, al out resisted payment of the increased i tax, has the half of : "V 2
destroyed west .
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: '. pectoEi4F, the;Tampa. precinct,. Counting 20 of which would -be in this county. Another when the matter was called More MayorVulker I I the business of that town. Eleven I Mary l.rle. 1j. I 22 i
portion ;
A.' ;those in'make*the ,entire. vote cast in this j i reason why this Toad should be tangent who decided hat the city had puff stores with' light stocks of goods were burned. J 1S78, NOT .;, John Martin B Smith.Jackwon, Cofn'ur"1 c 1 61 5,0, 0 :

_ d" ; county! only 810,irheraw' there are between l'! to Lake Apopka. is that. an extensive er to increase the license. lly agreement the I The low is estimated at $13,000, on which anuar .I b.ImucCrft, .* l burin O "'. : 9 ; 00 '.

: 43 1lOQaDd 1200 registered; voters in the plan is being matumi. make!; aship canalof case was tried before Judge White by .writ there was insurance to the amount of $3,500. FvbrmrrJuly 5 i: \Vm. Shepherd,. Support as ." j.; 10 3 I I 0 ,
the chain of Lakes,which form of habeas la4t.IThe Silaa A. Jones, Coffin frNurcini) 11 1 '
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for this It U supposed 1 to be an incendiary fire. 12
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1r : Marccllus }'leniimg.U lolnin: :
of the Ociawaha:River, thus giving a Judge ruled that the city had uo right to exact : I
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, ', : g.' "..j_ off_ lS.to.' beT.;.attnbutol. to lack 1, 0 f.uteresL1 j 1 1't double importance to the 'south end of the mote than 50 per cent. of the state tax, -The President has the is ued 28th a proclamation of No 2. Martha Martin Hmith.Enjli"h, Coffin. U pr"c- I I 13 9 2I,0 I 4 4

g i : : ..among the)people,,because.of their certainty i l' route. A railroad from Lake Monroe to and the case against Mr. Davenport was dis appointing Thursday, day and Wm.A.B_ lcher, .I. 1'.0' 610- i

j'f r1 Democratic: euccess ; though,the dividing f fjmi1 Tampa, not far from 100 miles; would very missed., The grounds upon which 'Judge \'cmber,118 a day ofthanksgiviug prayer. August6 :' Crua-,. nPIr A" j t .1 61 0 5'-,.:. .;

of the into election districts bad. i likely be a formidable rival to the "Atlantic, White rendered hid decision we cannot give, -I)? oo October 31.-The British rev- -- Total amount for $:lo.0. I ':
county ome. f; Gulf & V. I. Transit" which is overland as we have been unable to find them. enue cutter Fanny was run into and sunk off '1877, "l' 5 .:. %v. S Ylm.1Jnl In. i l" "tl .

:: ; ; i ,t. '' thing to do: with i it.as many voters: fouudJir. i I 154 miles:the St. John's River being good The second case was that of Mr. O'Garra Tuscar to-day by the steamer lIelvetia. .. g.,",' I). Craf -- ,I l 1 I I of Jai'', I :::; !i. 0 -

i; ',: : places. inomycuieutly distant I i conveyance for sea-going steamers, and Tampa who had been tried in the mayor's court (or Seventeen of the Fanny's crew perished. .. u o,_, .{( anti l'rii'orier'S C'ar Ilooie. ::!l 4 :' 0. ,

.:, .' : :and.others'went'to the wrong.place: to vote ;, being 80 miles south of Cedar Keys, and the fifth violation of the ordinance, against AUGUSTA, GA., October 31.-The confederate Nov'iuber I). Ii-aac Cmn i Ei1in-4uJait] I, a .20Fet.dinik 4i ;

: t', ._r'J1oder'the mistaken :idea that they were iu in the read to the West Indies. A branch felling whisky ou Sunday. lIe was fined monument, the 'work ofthe Ladies' ". u ::, i I>ri"ontl. : 22 28! :i i ; :

:tL'.bt: Iecton 'district.Yeh ',' from this to Peace Creek aid Charlotte Harbor $(100 or sixty day's imprisonment. Refusingto Memorial Association, was unveiled to-day ..! .. .. 'I Exptn: .1 4' Jail : I .: s.. -. :,
would follow and it the fine he to but in the of .vast of '5 ; :16 : .
mostjikely may I pay was sent jail, was pressnce a concourse people. .4 't. Pri..D" I
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+ ': c' : :/-\ ,ve, only h.ard from three pre well be called THE PENIXSULAU TRANSIT. I taken out on a writ of habeas corpus, rand Govcnor Colquitt, Alex. II. Stevens and 1878 Jan.v. : I ; t, "J ai I Ki ::. I ": 0 ,-d:

tf,: :." -. .::: : 0', .:.cincts in, Heruaudo: t -\Vit; Brooksville, Ft. With these' roads, counting 98 miles built, his case heard before Judge White cu I last other distinguished citizens were present'./ .., ', ''I Jai,uPI.It", 3 4 ; 3'I : .5

., : : :: Dude and Darby's. A( these Davidson received ,and the Lake Monroe & Orlando' and the Friday afternoon, who dUchnrgeJ the prisoner I Au oration was delivered by Colonel Charles ., .! I 0 1 I. 4. ql S !! : .

: : ., ,. '::: ., '2G8 and Gmoyer 7"Weeks "nary":t, Lake Jejp & Orlando, Roads already J.rt.t -I from cugUniy, on the ground that the :affidavit .C. Jones. The military was headed by the .. : .. .O : : 1 i, "aftlgprsr"s_ 7 X I 261 : -4-; S

'I I| en-d, Orange county would seem to bevell'Hjrved upon which he was tried simply charged 13th Inhntry post band from Atlanta. U 5.
voteHon.. H. 1'.Lykcs wrote CapU Let-ley February, 5 Naac Craft supi-lies, 6
I { ;: and its utmost development secured -I him with selling liquor, wh:ii it should I The monument i U 76 feet high was made in "I,I 1. : Jai Ex1.-nc, I; ..' p..

ti 'i 1b.atDavidlSrin's. majority iu that'county :I' --. 1 have-. chnrcrdl nurtic-nlirlv to-- ".hum.-. the..- frAIt,. and__' i is said;._ to a he nne___ of_. .the..._ n lifttmpt_..__.____ : .; .... ;.. Pri.on'r. 1i r I "1 .I "1 -J-

i}';' ', ...1.; '.would'; '. .beo'er 600. This shows that.the thinking men of the liquor-"c--was sold. r.n--.J This was not made :in the i1-ui; ; :country. ii-; is a s statue of a con ..prl 3 :,: O. ,i n 44 1 i---- l :: 29'i 61 ; :

:1-3. .. -Four jrociucts in 'Manatee, all we trial before the mayor. The dec iou in both federate soldier at the top and four statues of O. I I Jail.n: !'111'1.li.. ,.
J f' St. Johns region are seeing. and. appreciatingthe I .4. .. i :3 .w
will be of interest'to business Lee Jackson Walker and Cobb. It is / -
from cases lLeD. twenty I > I
.
r :; have Jicard give Davidson 95, and I l "i-unen :
: Feeding .
.: t,1 necessity of a more direct communicationwith .- ft-et. at the oase. Several Confederate : : : I 1lttise 41..0'I'

$ ;.: '':-:' Con ver27_ f Iu Polk county 375 votes were ';, th&.purtsoiihe' Gulf t UJl'UOW ei.joy- A Snake Clmriuer. 'battle-flags were diplayed on the stand in May I t7 i 'I' J I:\i":ulx.er 1".1) .. e I 49-3 7 t,42. r:

I ; t .'.:' . _t, all for. Davidson.i Telegrams received !! ed.V t' are disposed, however, to dissent ,, About a mile and a half north of Tallahassee front of the mo/lUment. The Star Spangled I .I\ I {I Priivnvr". /, ;, .I!.C '-a;
,, ri state that Davidson-is elected. The contest 'II lives old colored) who I Banner and the confederate flag blended .I \ 1 And 1.r'.ll.r I 1.1 r
were
1'> -:> : : : ere frum his views as to the importance of the an man keeps as O \ I. j ( Ii Z2 10'
I
: '" !between Biabce; and Hull doubtful. ] pets number rattlesnakes of various sizes and!, surmounted 'by an Olive fringed 0"1, 'L.. I II 1 -E
1.; Pni.'h1er.4
fl,1i ::.: 1, road touching Lake Apopka but, cu the July 2 r\' :. 2 f fO 4
I and of how he fondled the streamer with the watch word, "Peace. '" ( :
t : :, : .:-dispatch wzisYeceived in thenfternqpn ages. Hearing : August 6 I 1" 4; i:! iLiI :
other hand; deam it iftsemiully necessary that reptiles FLOKIDIAX reporter,' with some _._ -- Total 1 amount, Jail, I I.i..lc &e.. II4,1L. : I .t.tI'rinting
of f that Hull ---- -- ---
."L : 0} ) yesterday, stating .was it should run much further south so as to almost doubts and a decayed umbrella, :strolfed, out / NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. 1877, Not Sunlanj Tribune fur CtMiniy, 9 t J;: 0 'Ssdo
1 ; : :' elected! by 90 majority. '78, April, 4' I .1 Kdo : I .
.
i 'f.. ._... ._ ._ bisect Polk county near its centre. To to the den and was made glad to find that :: t.
. .. tJ S r July, 2 i do t;; I 4
'
' i- ::. ,*S* .And'now cometh Sweat and, attributes get the'road through, however, is the main the reports ruucrrniug the table make charmer Notice Tax Payers -- Total 1 amount. for l'riitin.?2.oo.' -. I -:-
:" were true. He will go into the woods and 1877, NOT 7 D. I< Craft, KXII.: C'l I mrt. 1'11'-- .." : -. : -
t : : :.. ;: ';: his! defeat to bavins "old l Magbeo" to object, and we shall not cavil or quarrel I' pick up the largest rattlesnake and,handle it T WILL HE: AT TilE PRECINCTS: IN TIllS 8 Wilal\C. Brown, I lilt: .(<, .tllo .. ., :!-: I l 4 t-0: '

L ; 1 .!." ''- ,: through, when it is wpU.kuowll.that I I about its location., with reckless freedom lie not ,only did all JL County, as follow: 1878..Jan. 2.- ..t_ I do Ju.tktCourt. : f f"n t S '
--
.; near1nllthe' colored people voted.fur Sweat that had beecu reported of him,'such as twisting I District No. 5, K. A. Jackson' Homestead. Nov.2I : do do IIt. ,(10 f 2 OS 1 isIti
rIt !
Notice Militia. April
2 A. I. I. 11 10 .
f 8Dfon 1 :
: .' tickets with i the ugly things around. nu neck, putting ,1878. .J .
whose MagWs 2 "n.taM"I .
was ,
; Dame. on HEAU QUARTERS. District N > Taylor's 8dwullIuu..e, Nov.,;th. L( IAlc ( 3t7; ; J
k. them in his bosom Ac.;bat he did much 3 : ('Mlit 31 7 4 -
; clt.b rt1iat..of Conover or Weeks, under the } 1878. MC Cnf 1XI'I" lulr. I
4th I ja. Militia
Regiment j O 3 do \ .1u ,
He
i more. swallowed half a dozen raw right District No. McMullcn'i. School house, Nov. 3 (ti :
J
'
irnpre&eiod that theywere.voting the tegular General Order ) i in the presence of .the reporter, and 1 pickedhis 2rtth'; 1878.1)itrkt. a. 3 do do .1. I J. d.'. C C. :: t. S 3

.T 'publican ticket. It is.true Magbee professed Nt4 1. j 5 November, 4th, 1878. teeth with the fangs. lie has them: so No. 1-1'oint Pt'n:m.. Nov. 28th, 1878.District !t :t do dodo \. I .1. j. ,I. ,I.. .,' 3. : ()) I II

: t lne be'Republican, Grecnbacker and Democrat The undersigned, by, appointment of ths perfectly trained that they start out just I 1878.I NI). 4-Curlew Schuol House'. Nov. 30th, May. : William) C.do Brown, \\1 .,1.I. j ',c.I. do.1. 3't1; I I :.t lO CO --.ic

; a.he best suited the Governor, Hereby assumes command of the before dark and drive.up the hogs and cows, i 7 do do .1. il4b ,; ( -
; ;thought man or I District NV -Tamjw: 1)'. 2il! I. 1878.I 1 I e. (2 f19 '.. 'r 4
Fourth Regiment Fifth Brigade. Florida and Cud the ,school l D.laa.icCraft ,\ ,I.. : I ,
luiii-ring > home. !
with whom he electioneering. We oy I DrUlrict No. 10-Siuiuunw' Haiunun-k IVc, 3d 1, I' .1. I. ': .6 : (f
.c men was Militia, which will be composed of, all persons These are things wo (,.ulllInt have believed 1878. S .. do tlo I : \ { F..r.di"n\.ry.dai.: 47 4./:. .
'really begin to think. :-Capt Sweat is ungrate ; in the had there j, do 1 ilo I: \ 1Yt. s ::1I
: subject military: duty Countyof we not n-cn th'III..rily arc I District) NIL 11-Cork. 1)'. 4th. 1878. -- Total 1Jt., 4 _0.
G"t and Jusluv
195
; 4--: : ful.- It. is.too late in the day for Capt. Sweat'' Hilishorough. strange sights in the world.-/Yuni'i'ii.. I District Su. .-\Vonli-h .tTs Smrrt h'. Zoh, '78. 1877," Svp.Nov'mber. J. S. Taylor Jr. 'I I (l'sv' U".xt ". : -S (0 j
t
Let The have been' commissioned I District No 8-Jamr* A. Moody') School Houso, ll.mlni..lr :;
following
a4 .
to be! ,abusing "old Magbee. us give persons : Wm. 1 1 with the rank of and STATI: I:WS.f.a1" iKcviuU-r 5th, ISIJi..trid ,/. do dodo o. .
devil 1m ,due. Captain; assigned I : I Pa'a" d\'rk 1."ll.om 8 tO';
I the No 7-Moody's Store, Ikt7th., i 1878.i. .. .
I.. r .. :' -_.__ ._. to duty on Regimental Staff: ""... t'..nrt.o.. ..1.A.,.,,.. I ..\.._ .1 un.. iinrtww.,*,* 'nf,. ii\\.\.l_u..t lilt.., tiu.u. .1'..*..._..*..-. ...I. ..STX... _nnil u_ t I do. 4 furCt'... n.g'tii, '! !." 24. I 3 (O ,
Duff Post; : .e. I I I..I" 1 : do du 'j 1 r tonlPay's 1.\. : .n I tn', ,,; J
: Adjutant. ,, :
Mr. BLB. McCallura J law of the Sun :
1
: ; 1'rvvnia* ."eztr / .
: -The fast mail trains Yulce's road will 1 du do I
I b..k.
S. E. Master.R. ;ou .. I'a\f..n.1 212 t -:
Sparkman, Quarter t.E.SP.tRKM.tN, .
[ :7 -, ; taut JVesj now the editor of the JacksouvillejRTtoHnnd v 110 .10 / :.14. f (0
: this winter. (
Wm"; run 'I' \.I".c..1 )
M. Wells, Surgeon. Collector of Hevenue for Hill-borough. Counly.Tampl .to I I', dk I S
a ; a* > ) -
, j t". -' .E I Evening Traveller, these i>a- i 'Tampa has been established! ns the HeadQuarters -The Locomotive for the Ocala & Silver ; Nov. .Kill.., 18.$.. ifSTATE 78, \ 3 ('Iult: 1-dIri. :. W"rlh. I t I I':,' furvt-y. t>f Tub t }UKiils I :1!) I 1:1':0..:. ,

I 1 pers having been purchased by :Mr. W. W.Douglas. of the Regiment.. Spring H. It. has arrived at Ocala. -- -- ---- 3 ilo do I, .. dc. \\n\ / .1!I. ..1 ::s I ..
ii' 'It : ti.e : I
; ()
p J I >" .. .;: MeCalluui is too well and favorably I ft i is recommended that- for the thorough -A flock of wild geese passed over Jack- 3'a do'.n du d. J ;i' .". dt,1 I;> ,xd.dlt. d do t!,. :t I ;- '(I
: OK FLORIDI, \ ) to (
,. '<:;F' ." : :! :'known, .as an able writer to need organization of the Regiment, the men between '! s mvilie going south. HII.LMMIINII-UII Cot STY. > j l>- J INjirrfri.: COURT ... : .1.. II. I.! ,lo(\ ,I. d.ti 4 (.0
the of 18 and 45 will assemble : i
ages at -Pcn-I C'ola ha-s reci-ived shipment of do i .. do do
I I a .. to :
< : ui in his W'e-are ?l
t !t ,: aJijthing.from praise. To Jo""ph| U. H.iinj: e0 1 I ; t.t -
their 'and form ; I ,
respective voting precincts 3 do t4 d ,1. do ,
; and lemons from Mmatce. <> nI
oranges You htTi-l! n.ilifiiil that writ of IIUa'h.n1'nt I ;
\ lr : .heartily rejoiced to see him again in the editorial I I are a : C. "C"k U'iulCiiCi.m .,
11-'I into companies sixty-five. ((65)) men each, Palatka 5,000 bales of cotton has l Iwen iniu-l :'Jaiu"l"uu.nnJ your jirnpertyattached i'WiiID Brown I .. | : :9 to '.
shipjHHl '
W"
: :' );' 4--, chair, andw6hhipi every success in and elect one Captai if onebt Lieut. and one I last and increase this to natUfy tho li-in.tiuof{oi C>>'nlelia !IkWv and : .10 do i do do : O I 12 .O

r; % ? i-:rvriS < making the Union one of the very best papers 2nd Lie L, and forward their uanies to these season expects an Jl'ar.WOI. Charles: Hoey her hll"I.&III.l aiuountin); to $(ti6i1. May : Jo.iephCrillion J. l r-I .ml\ibi.'fl \ .: 1.r.4),
'V was-killed by two Now unKi>s xhall a >ear Ufore H. L. Crane, Jamt E'reln. Cofl''l i'.i.'I'r 5'I J5
Head Quarters, when they, lube transmitted negroesnear you |'i O k :0
Vilhiam I Col ;
; ti".nruri
and Democratic in the ,State : of ; ( >77))
I 8 .
; organs Gainesville onthe 27th. County J Judge& 1-: aJtido Justice of the 1'eaee in len.I'r"on : ro
the Gov. ; t. ;
bio the $ through proper channel. to the and for Haiti at his OHix- at Tampa, on the .. j William B 1tnIlr"4m; .,.r C. ( 'I'ur I )1"S) 'I 8 4.0. -
for Countv
,. VijiLuwiuCTifc: throughout tate a to be commissioned. -Dr. C. ''. Horsey of Fernaudina is i I 4 Vihhiani 4 I.f( ; (2.u.iiii-.ii.iwr
.,, r. I ,. 16th day of iKtvniU-r A. D. 187! H nt 10 O'clock in ., : Wal. 0; A7 11 (.n
iCvfe: r.' 4iberal,support. I The first comDauies formed will be lettered dead. __ _,_ 7 John. S., Ta. llr.. til" ('.; l'.r"" (
E' L; __ the. forenoon... ,.iuili.>nnnt. ".ilt. rtnthrt.. *! uir.,iik.n.>.l ,vim -. Jr .. 'I"I.r :; It tl
: t; it. & of
Co
., commencing "A" and will:take the -The steamer Ocean Gem ayachfW 70 !i and your i>r<>jx.-rly ..h to,pay ilu- del"t.Datetl 7' ; prkman. 'I } t'ulmiiuwr ;'i 1: : t) .
.
j- !
:1 : .
Itord
I 'f' .i' ; ': ;f : ; It.Is gratifying to see that- the yellow 1 ranking positions in the Reg. tons, has taken the place of the Lucy Miller this '. tl"hlof ""lml'r .\. D. 187S.COKDKLIA I 7 Wiiam For Cl'k in>irniMv Co.Ct 1liuse c 1411. f.n 21 45 ('0 *'

I : ... -feceiicourge is rapidly diminishing 1 New When it i is desirable form of HEY [ 7 UUtn.-rn. 4:1 ({)
":" J'flb to a company on the mail line between Key West and.Cedar CHAHLUSHOEYORANGE : John I"/Tylor, jr. Ia'4 i/o. Lum'li'u.r i I 6.

I 'if}* ',:: t. Orleans'and, the; .other stricken cities under Cavalry, ArtiUry, or of any other I arm, it Keys. 4w April ,I 3. J.\/Ma..tn R.1ir4 f.n! .. I .,<4, ,' 41& .-. 1117U to
___ July 2 .
: Ji'f I I. A. Co'rt lloii-e .
will -be i>n
only fact when '
to state the I..tcl IJcpairt
and weather. necessary r. : 111 :; .
.tbee1recfofrecent.eool -A of United States
: pleasant -
: party 1S77i.1t
i< 4>: the recommendation of officers are forwarded.A surveyors GROVEiro'rm ; :; K Sparkman. i Com on fll"n KCTMIIIVCom 22* lun '
[ ; .\ ; 'It-may! linger,in the shape of sporadic under the command of Major Mahou, arc / do on Rev'nie (0 S
G*$ &&*::; Regimental) muster'will be ordered at '. !t5 do e0 I 11 : 22ft :.) tl"
*
now encamped in town. They are making ho Com on !U.vrnueCom
: cases, however, i in New Orleans'' until some and all 2:3); ;( OO;
:
: an early day, not belonging 18,8.1.1 ; do
Kiy > : persons do on (i-ot'oii Kt-ri-imv:
? i. t r* isIS > preparations to'coinnience.thesurvey of the .. ; i : r
t5 LV-'v'" time next month.before finally and fully dist4Qft to regularly organized/ will be : E .\. C1ark 'I i 2< .
companies Ttva.-un.-r
? Ifi "**-. -. :. } ship canal to connect the St. Mary river IS SOW OPEN for the reception of (UM. ,,/I 3 t.m'i.ibn:n .' is; it2H.OO:
I .
mustered en matte as enrolled militia. ;. ; L( Lu'hie, I n. ax A Hi 'ir KrvCom"n o.
: though there is not much risk of 3 .
t Ppeanng: with the Su waunee.-FernandinaErprett. II. Il: .
; JosEru B. "WALL Colonel. CIUS.: Inn.'t. i 3 do I .' .\-**<>r Kev 40 Q iO5o .

I; ', $&jJ ;&ritar--s: : t wg from there, as a.focus, 'again' I Official: DUFF' POST, Adjutant. ". -The Board of Directors of the Central Tarnj.a, Fla.Nov_ Ist. 1878. /y I 1 3; K.10. .1. ..oni'.in4. A ',M.MirUcv: 41 trtr.2 ,, Sia.

,i.5-.1.fj-it. 'feiF'jWsseason.. I Florida: Acrirnltiirnl, I _Association__ .__..._ Imvo_ .MI'_- mil 11 it t %'ri\i.i/viki\' ,,, & i' I..,.. .. L"\. .-----I- I I (...mlI.)n Tr.a'.uri: r' .VI: ..1 ,
.
.n
' .' _- .">' r parxman, on J.III1..uk..h"l; .
V (7 100 (::0
Four Fevers Work."ew curedatratofIaudof acres from THf 1.1 1'UUU lUU August | 6Vihlian, C. Brown, Tk ,lird Co. ('i.In'nr4'
: ;8. Hon.S. B..Conover andMaj. Weeks > Orleans Current ')[ Elliot and. and I :'3 lX (i)
Price
njur Dr. L'Engle are busily FIRST CLASS utalleOI'N.e p'n e iiJ'n Kt.-y.Ai> $IlSI,6: .I

will please note the fact w Magbee, PUt Iii connection with this matter it must not engaged J getting the work of preparation: under : 1-_ .. II I.! '.i I, .
fur the State Fair. PRIVATE BOARDING HOUSE .'-S L. ,
: : in:his claims for recognition in the Republican be.overlooked that the faculty agree in ascribing way -5LtCCftIitU1nj ---- *

,- -" ; .- '- party,'t that he ran as a Greeubacker" and to the present epidemic a pomplex .-The canal on.the Lake Griffin side 'iof I ON\'ENIENTLY CATE1): near the river and and PLE.VSASTLY fn'ning. on 1.0 IL -J '':' 3(
:
f. 7M.., : :') .: .t that be bad some of his tickets headed with I character three or even four diseases operating Leesburg, Sumter county, Florida! i is to be South, Ft. Brook and the Bay. ,

I; ; ; ".3U>t. :: :'Davidson's' with Conover's and distinctly or conjointly among; dtvdged out up as far as the town. The machinery .I 3 -lf. MKS.: F. IIAXD'FOKD, Propriortw..", ":pcn."Ct'( uf I.allll'nc..t:.... ........'$ IOd.OC ._ 5, .,-
name, others
/ EXIIt'I\J&t'8 oJail. o'Dl'1'I\
First The .. _
: .. yellow fever proper. has arrived and the work ott".4 .1...... 315,14 -
"2 t",".: .' .:. ... '- .0 th., h Weeks." By )his manoeuvringthe Second Intermittent fever. commences l Social S 1'JI"'n.: of l'in-uit an.1 Ju."li.-e l'l&irr. .,.... 2. ..1I... .\ '.-. .

'',, : :" J .colored vote-was divided bet.weeuYeeks Third-Remittent fever. immediately. RetreaJ,0yster SaloonI .:X 4.I..n of Printing. ........._........._ :h.IJU is, ..'

t> Miscet1aneuu.
,. 1ji ;>., .' <. and oiover. lourib-Pernicious fever. I -]Uack frost and ice Iln. formed at Pensa- I [ Waxfudgton and Tampa .] L"u.Cuo'I'If, l'"I.li, Hev. etc. 1181,62 5 .
:. S
-
; ...: The first generally' believed 'to have been' cola) and the quarantine ha been entirely S I _
'i'I; ,: \ ,4 *1910.)
", ;1-'j : : .=\" :', :We note .the foct with: 1 pleasure that of foreign ari ID. "' niiseil except ns to woolen god ( -larantiuc I I Meals at t-ooks)} lour and from 6 a in. to 10 p. m. _____ \S. :5 I i I : 7' ; :

.
.
'' I The rest are against New Orleans, has also! be-.Mi raised in AUeoth'c'aier. -- -
.' l3t.r.. J.l1e majority of the straight out' white Re supposed, to originate here i L ': !. -- =---- -- ----- .5 .jfr
t3 '. from malaria caused by a long protracted MyUile!;; and \Ioiiigoiiicry.l'otuamn 3: tf/, i W. S. CATHCART, Prop'r. S : S F
wholiave I recently I become. citizens : I .
t. publicans :
: :. I spell of hot weather and tile exhalations: from / Statement of Receipts of =
hal 2,000 >:4'of / Cpunty '
improveil -
., 'e4 ;; :<:. .among us, refused to support the nondescriptlicitetpf i partly drained bottom lands allll'swnllll'lI.. land in county nothing // JOSJPI ISAACS, Treasurer,

.. : ; ., [ag Sweat ai.d \\ ardebo e, .t In investigating this matter the Bonnet cotton, sugar, etc.to say / S,4 -
: of the cultivation of the
--
,
: iii..k. I. .and. :.many:.of them voted the_ Democratic Carre crevasuc and the influence of the exhalatiaus __ ._ .__ orange..__ _/ BAR BE RTAfl }'or'ther_ Ending Augn SIrt. since date of lleult'lent NWml-er tot, 1*'./' ..J
; from the dried knds i -u :- ;- _-, -- ---- "
: '
: I' ticket; I I : up previouslyfiubmori -S = ; '- ,
t.a2 :' ; .
'' / : _
( 4'--., .. : GENERAL NEWS. ------S S= =t:;- ---------- .
.JfI..i. '" -pil Kr .it, n-ill; .1. .1 ... > A 'T.4. Nov'bcr. 1 Balance due, Treasurer,,:,, .IA'" o o .- ---- : ..
nui uu uouoi -.i- % '
4 WtcZkt: .bv/k uj .receive me a. ;; : ('O..J> i S S 't
y 1 ; *, Bight on -I the Itecoril. attention of the commission. -The directors and officials of the'City of I I 1 IIAVIN(;, Shampooing, lair DreswinR etc,. 5 Received i of SE.. Spar.kmau; ,lfi) Tax ,jf 181(. i. i 29033 'b.-.1.

' ... I .. |Mn C.T' *; Simmons requests us to state for Considering the remarkable mortality Glasgow Bank have been committed to jail Building.donl in the neatest rtyle. in the J.g '4' : 5'5'U. ; Licetise Tax : i '2000:; ;

.-j-4 ? *Information*-; ji > of the public- that the appearance anion; the children who :are proportiouably on the charges of fraud anti ,1uft. Efforts Feb 4'78. 1 u i. Taxes ofi87G; : '. j 78J50 ; \ S
the 5- 4' .
.., greatest water drinkers it well
be made hathe (ba iltC1. Iiie1ise
4' k..e. may are being to Tux. i.
of his uarae tickets for .' S : .1000
on Magbee's
L J inquired whether, water being a powerful O. G. JHAZZELEIFF S 23' .u Tuxes of '
Hostile Greece and Turkey J876 : ;
: ;; ; ..| x89e. sor, was both entirely unknown to absorbent our cisterns hav not absorbed a preparations'liy AP" U U 44 65.0. -
\
r : '' continue the former : t 56 10 M
i
being unwilling to
U .
.t ,aud1 unauthorized by him. large i>ortiou of the polson in i the atmos 13" U 44 1877 !: ,
; A Our attention has I accept any boundary other than that indicated u 13" 4' I "-1358', ,
I f phere. been
V i i '- *- -t forcibly |attracted I 44 :
.
"ao that it to this by the confcmicu at Berlin. .l' .4 13 187.5. ." 9544.
the 44
PearjaajroDbw'imitated .
; closely subject by report of a family License 5 S
L |: is hard to distinguish'the real from the. false.J5pe living in one ofthe principal foci of the -The explosion of uitr )- h'l''rine j in 'a 5 May 2' L. A. Masters hire Prioner. Tax 1 ;t i: 2000:

3 frenth manufacturer produces imitations disease, consisting, of two or thfl'C.adults And magazine/at Petrolia Pa., killed the owner, 4' 8:'s. E. opa k man for.Taxas of 1877, j I ,. 300'() S

>o'perfect that it b impossible at first sight to five or six children, have all escaped| an attack S. 0. Gotham( and an employe, John Fowler Boot and Shoe Maker, 4' 8: Received ofS. E. Sparkman, License Tax. '; :! 91'43

; Distinguish the real from tt\e false- strung alteroately.on )- which they attribute to having used was/blown to atoms, and Henry French was June 4'. 44'S 44 Taxes 1877 S. 15'00. S.

the same string, and there is ah oclaimed' none but boiled water since: the epidemic, the Utngerously wounded, HEREBY notifies the public that he hu rtab- u.5 ', I' S License I 337:13:
'
SHOE Silt)!' in the! Ghira build- u Tax, : GO 00
for'them the m ritof not being affected boiling being supposed to destroy absorbed u 22. 5. 44 : '
. _t any -A commission to organize a special ex- in jf,and in to do all work in hi* line with 44 2't U Taxes 1877, : i J11475 '
.
_* by perspiration .water other effect poison. pn1ar
S : 44 j3
or.any !
nfati .
. Hsitiou to be held in the of Mexico at < : License
| City Tax : .
of 'He'received silver medal With to river 8. u : 25.00, S
wear. a at regard towns the immunityenjoyed a, Fla., ..19th 1877. Aug. '
: an early date for the exhibition of American Tampa .: Taxes
; $ .the Exposition,and the perfection ,of French by Nat het and its causes will no '1 u 5 8', u u 1877, ; -' i! 284 83 ..
and Mexican :
will be shortly '
*& 4fr. imitation pearls has been sustained at subsequeni -., doubt also'attract the attention'of the com appointed by the productions MexicanGoverument., ., T. p. BOND. j. w. SCIILET.TPflONfl&CIL .4 8' u. S 44 Taxes Taxes 1876,' :, 'I.'.' 50 F{' ".

; international exhibitions. up to the pres i mission.The. t u 8, u 1875, 18
the.. 'exhibition I ., T u' n. I'll ., La S &l ,. for Tax oi'',.187.1.... : _S I & .'
fotday.At same another -. - - -- "U'
me jjonuon ; company, in I i
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: _.._.,,_ i four strings of pearls, two of Arctic schooner Florence has arrivedat Urgent street London, have set the example V U 19. C. Drew Corop't Ta L.l''D Tax. !: !: 1000 Mff ..t..

, thearreal and two fklse, which the uninitiated New London, Conn., with the.proceeds of of lighting their premises with electricity! Com'i sion Merchants 1 on Lands ltcdoem.j, : : -Ilai ,. -IIo .

. -t; could notdiitinguisb t one may be set down one whale taken on the voyage. Captain TV- The experiment has proved completely) suc i Deduct the r': ,. _- -i. .

$ y as coring even ihillincs and the other cevcn SOU doubts the existence an open Polar Sea cessful anti their example will speedily bo .: :; warrants, nceived a.'t .r County Auit0'' .; ': ".

fr hundred AS falsepearls too for the reason that it is impossible such followed WIOLF."ALF : IX : ,as Cub pa'd, out of '29J9,1i3.it
',4- 44L .pounds. ; are perSr by other large business, houses.: DF.\L.R t'I amount above, \ ''I
f in and light it became nec- should exist iu a land that sees no sun six : I 0 0.--. S S :j41 '
; ; 3pt jaformt jthape 1-In of the of Amount to Balance ..._>a. .Iq. .., f tI
; % Mrjrtp imitate the Imperfections. of nature, months in the year, and where the cold is so consequence resumption Hay Grain Rice Pr duce : I Leave ; 'i : S 3;., .
ecie the first of the : r a Balance 602,00 ,
intense in the of *l> payment on January, in the hands I. i
: d1iiiapoefective1y done.'I as vicinity the Pole. Sept.1 of the ( AA '
Treasurer "
__ of 'uunty
,: .0 .. Treasurer, has discontinued the issue of one VEGETABLES, FOREIGN & DOMESTIC .

-k _>7:6eccetary Eyarte has' sent Hon.' Casey -The United States consul at Tangiers and two dollar notes, and' no more notes of FRUIT, 5- I.j '6000.4"'--r ,

draft for thousand dollars out sends to the state that'denominatiun'iUl printed.. Examined and Approved hU : S ,
; department 3rd
jTooug one an account of Florida Oranges a d.Jof I .-, .. : ,.
afLhe French d, for purchasing clothing, the fearful ravages of the cholera in the interior -Under instructions of the'Uuiled Stales Speialt Septemberj A. D. "t. '

: ::4 -fic.,for the feyeV'eufierers' of Memphis, and of Morocco. Business' is a'nio. completely Treasurer based upon the opinion'' of the: 157 Bay St..SA VASSAI. (S'gnl'tll' 'V. B: IIDDEB8Q -

; : t the'.National< //Belief' Committee* has rccom- paralyzed. Cholera is sweeping overt Attorney General), national banks will be re-! Con..ijmtnt Sldtll. and Prompt Returna S ,I Chairman B'd Com'. p} '
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4 ijary, to appropnate one the middle and southern provinces. Hundreds quired hereafter in making.up capital stock'\! Certify. that the foregoing is :'. S j' SJ
rithe relief of the fever dying ataryation. Never .before has KKFEREXCES, BY EERMIssI0X: substaatially a 1*
__ subject to taxation to deduct the price paid!! rrectCOp y of the

-; frw jT 'iZM Tnrerg. -,in i .the, towns.. -and.villages, surround-- Morrocco passed through such a fearful pr- for United States bonds used by them, less'the I der W. W.& Maxwell Gordon d J.Co- Hunter & GammelUAIeian- [145] '. Witnessnj' band and Qfticuol originaL Stb' 'iiJ.'Jii f
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". 1. THESUNLAND[) : Len'erin.'a C dar Mn, Bu nt. ''- Shipping--_ ,Intelligence.!- :*,. f : '" ; .' h : rI
: IRIBUNEfi CLARKE
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-- HAYNSWORTII'4JANMNG .
About',12 o'clock last Monday night Mr. UuiIVED. i: j ilk .' .."" -11......!.
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i ."AnA.. : ]lOV. 1878 Lovering'a cedar mill, located in town on the Nor 3 T. J. Cochran, Jackson, C Key 1; DEALER IN, t.. ..

:' 'L .i.O.T.------,-1IIUaMN---------------- --Cb'Lodp.o.st.------------- river bank, was discovered to bOOn' fire. 7 T. J. Cochran DEPAKT, Jack-ton). Cedar<< Key*. . TAMPA, PLA. I ,

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BcgoUr ,)(ee&M.c'"erj. Friday The flames'made such immediate and rapid 5 8. B. T. J. Cochran, W. P. Jacltlon, General Merchandise ,. 7 ,. .i

: ninfc. 7J O'clock: at, the !I'nIC progress that' before the alarm could be 6.' Schooner Geo. W. Dill!, Prtewon, New:0- 4 RETAIL =- -, .. .

B H> ; u.i|L. CIlANE> k. S. generally given the whole! buildiug was enveloped J leant Corner of H'asMington&Marion Streets, WHOLES.AJLEi, -, I.
Jackxon
Nor. 8 S. S. Cochran, C., Key "
Arrival and Departure fl1 one kheet of flames. :Another two ... -.. .
: of the Mal .. ) -- TMP A. FL.A- DEALERS IN HARDWARE TI WARE *p..: ,
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tail
.. from CedarKeja. arriyeTbun.c.\S Dda1 6rjc. story mill building standing some twenty Consignees of Freight.Pr ,
;i .. -&I1&&ee" c.\ 6. w... Cochran 3dJ. E. Lipscon.b A Co., W G, '
14 __, yards south of thfl,one alrendy.on fire, caught ;
4 n*: i..x. Bartholomew, T. K. S i 11l'f'l ;r. 1) M. Blue, Ji) II, IS NOW RECEIVED AN ENTD3E STOVES [: ,
.*. CleWater', Satnrdar 6 P.M. fire almost immediately and before any efforts Patterson, Diamond 11. U. Uhira, C. L. hid 1e. ,

4' Peace. Creek .- WeiAlSatorday 12 x. con Id be made'to save it Both buildings A. J. MaJiten, Is'apuair, Hooker A:; biiodgrajwj F .
M P 1D.?UMt 4 Wed.4S.turdiy4p.il.: Branch, J. Jackaon::. .\. Clark, Loviogreen & ; :
: _s :' Miul. for CedarKey. cloaen! Friday A Tcdr. 6 A.M. were reduced to mouldering heaps in I kMacLien, J. H. Yer it'r. J. Davidson, :A. V. Smith, I NE STOCKOF Sugar Dippers Skimmers and'Coolers- : .

7 ..-. Manatee ".. A. .." A .r G A..X. the space of an hour. All the saws and machinery I J. II. Krau..e, E. E.'1-ratt. J. M. lUllard. L. M.
4. GzinevaLIe Ballanl, II. P. J. M. Carr C. E.; PsrctI.ls :-
Lovering, .
r Tuday 8 A. )I. I : "
4 .4 Clear W&ter" Friday 7 ....'.-w. were ruined by the heat,:and a large Ill. E. Well*. A GENERAL ASSORTMENT[ OF PANSJ! KETTLES, BUGKE' & ,- '

: i,: 4' Peace Creek Sunday & Wei 12 M. quantity of ccdar' 'ood and pencil= boards !On 8th.Inggl', Mrs.I Cook, Jno. :Jackk, -j 0 '
:>. : U .P. I.J," TUW. & Friday 6 JL.M. burnt. I F. VanOJ.. E. LIIIOI'onab.> Mw A. J. \\'amer,! I). ALL KINDS OF GOODS. .
', r. The Office will be open for. the deliverY of mail r were : .. M. Blue, \V. B. llcnder-on, M. *; 11., E. A. Clarke, Agents For the ."SAM RANGE." the most popluar STOVE.: -
. from 7 JL M. U 12 JL **a from 1 n. G P.:M. every Mr. LoveringV' loss is somewhere iu the J. H. Loonardy), W. J. Hilliard, Jas.! Jackson! i J '

I. C' davexceptSunday.. neighborhood of 810,000, to say: nothing of .- DRY GOODS r '" ,
: The Mail.* comix* U at C P. M, Snndav will! be ...
,- : I ready for delivery;, at 7 A. M.. on Yonda10 its throwing out employment a large number ._--..- Special,- Xot....ei.!! -_ ,_--1-.0,. _ORDERS, _FROM. TOWN .AND COUNTRY PROMPTLYFILI.EL: ). :,
: tMuuacM$ pf any kind will be transacted on Sunday of laborers to whom the mill' gave constant For Sale. Notions and Stationery.. -- V. I- t : V 110 kV

:. -- ,The ora ThB Mosrr. !:!d**O..DEaOFrICE* at 4 P: iL will and be on closed Saturday. promp.M and daily work.. The household furniture of a Northern Consisting in part of CALICOES, GINCiHAMS, '''Winter Stodk -
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and ,
: r New Goods Fall
about ; JACOXETSRERECJES
:tL How the fire originated it seems impossible family returning ;North. DELAINES, LAWNS, MUSLINH, .
: ; THOMAS A. CABRUTH, P. x. Said Furniture Consists of. Chamber sets, : : ; : ", EDGINGS: ;I (CHECKS DENIMS: I I .,.' .
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i' : ---- .- -- , to account for. But a few minutes before 'Chairs, Extension Table, Elias Howe Sewing DRILLS, SHIRTINGS(; SHEETINGS; .: STRIPES;, t .
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; SOUTH FLORIDA; : INTELLIGENCE.- --- the mill be fire >> HICKORIES"' OSNABURGS, JEANS, COTTONADES ,Just: :: : '
;, ., was! seen to on : one or Machine:. Patent Treadle, late improvements; IRISH DItESS. ; & PANTS LINENS, COLLARS ReCelve4 r a.

-,, : 1> two reliable gentlemen {passed by it, or were Nice Walker Range, Turning [loathe fur Iron CUFFS. NECKTIES.: .. SUSPENDERS.;, .

.. The independent candidate has sub- in its immediate vicinity, aud saw no fire or Wood, very cheap ; New Double Barrel SPUN: AND SPOOL THREADS, FINS, NEE-:

', ; 0I Gun, Breech Loading RiiK, nnd, other articles. DLES.: KRAID, in variety, JET SETTS, READS '

' '-/ided. there or there about That night for .the I Must be sold before Dec. 1st, '7& and FANS J. L E LPSCOMB & ,GO.SuccEssoRSTO .

;: IS.-.The Schr. G. W.Dill, Capt. L. Pe- ffl t time, a watchman had been placed Apply to A. D. Leland or A. A. Lincoln. Letter, Note, Bill and Cap Paper, -

: lerson, sailed for-New Orleans lost Walu ,about.the mill, but !he acknowledges that he 3w, Little Mnuatee River, Florida.; Copy Rook*, Spelling Rook\' Pocket and Memorandum .

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" day. went to sleep! and was only awakened by the -- .. Book", Pen and Inkim.BOOTS .
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I of rapidly flames. Everybody should wear the celebrated ( w. w. WALL & co. VV
the
bright
spreading .
glare .
,Dr. B. T. Cowart turned (on l lat I'I shoe uuule by SMALTZ, MONROE & CO.PliiladelpKia "' .

steamer, and any one wishing bu services. ':I. Early iu January of last! )'ea'r, ill .i mill was! Pa. None genuine unless brand- 'd"S'H' 'ES', ,-.1..tP..t\.. 1 .....A.. .) ... a.
. fire"and it does be triaV I .. V V 4
can find him at his residence.Win. destroyed by seem to a 'ed. Give them a ;......,.......................................................... : '
hard: stroke of fortune, indeed, for :Mr. Love- T .. 0UK ti;()XIS) HAVE BEEN: : CAHEITLLY: ; SELECTED: & MUTUUAKANTEED: ; SEW: FRESH' 3
IQJ- 12 16)Ir.. It. :Mtmte-a first class '
jewellercan
'l, : Douglas, ayouug man living ring to I loose all again so soon after rebuilding I GeiUemeo's Clothing Underwear' ail GENERAL; MERCHANDISE; : for FALL &; WINTJIK TRADE IS NOW COMPLETE,
miles,east of Tampa, was': thrown from bit be found at his residence; .where he i .
4. and getting everything iu good workingoriler'and will do hoirs.-st work iu his line the i" V
horse last week and had bis leg brl.lken..tEIr good on CO.VSlSTf.Ytt tyf .. -
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before. he had fully recuperated} most reasonable.terms. June ith!(! tf;
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; The steamer Lizzie Henderson is to from pievious losses. '
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. fitoJT Mr* MuKtre tia4vJntantly on hand: all that STAPLE AND FANCY :'DRY4COODS .
take another I load of cattle to Havana from We are glad to know that he has the tubtJantial is wanted in the Millinery line and will till onltnipromptly. ,
1 J A FULL LINE OF i '
: ; this place nextweek: sympathy of some of our first business I .-:Adv. __ _, _, _ ( : *

II iiiir Hon. Wesley J. -Biyaut- was elccttd : men, aud is already. at work preparing At Miller & Henderson', Groceries' Provisions, BOOTS AND SHOES. .

; to the Assembly) from Polk: ; county. HU opponents to rebuild, thus evincing that indomitable Will be found at all times the lAlrgrl, CORN, FLOUR, GRITS. MEAL; RICE, BACON. : .t!
and which to brave Fiio't Frehet and line SALT, CANNED .'RUI'ud.! VEGETABLES: :;, I GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS I
pluck energy only belong Cheated (for ca"ht) .
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i;:, weie Mr. S. E. Kobertd and Ilev.Mr. JELLIES: ;, PICKLES: : ", BUTTER, CHEESE: SARDINES -
hearted of Groceries which renewed twice week 3N
are a
in misfortune.
men : CRACKERS: ; : MUSTARD and SPICES.:'; .
t.r : Pylant.. Fortunately the wind -WOK from'"'the northat per S. S. T. J. C-ochran, t from New York, St. KEROSENE: and }'..\I NT OILS.;, SMOKING and A largo assortment of, T '
r Louis and Savannah, by the car load. A CHEWING: TOBACCO SNUFF. and CIGARS. ol
: '. JB6 Dr. P. Branch left last steamer '
;;- ". j : on the time of the fire or else Tampa might few of the leading, articles are Corn, Flour, various qualities and brand PIPES and TOBACCO SUGAR MILLS & I HARDW'A CHARTER OAK %l

: 0fur Eau Gallic, to inspect the buildings &<>. have suffered from a serious conflagration. Bacon, Beef, Pork, Hams, Butter, Lard, BoXES, and also many other article I IE.ARD"'W" II I E I
: I KETTLES STOVES
;:",.:. / t which were built by Glcusou for an Agricultural -I COCSTEKFEIT C0IN.-We were handed a Cheese, Crackers, Sugars etc., also the finest : : .ARE, -

'S' Colll ;e.. assortment canned goods ever brought to
,(: -, : poorly executed! counterfeit of a 50 ct. .'Amer- this market. We thank our friends for their CROCKERY, : HATS, AND READY MADE CLOTHING OF THE LATEST STYLESGLASSWARE : i

i: ; IIiir The rote in the several counties oft i lean silver piece the, other day. Any one liberal patronage heretofore, and invite all of WOOD Sc; TIwAE, I 1 ,

this section of the State' uiuch smaller them call and themselves the TIN" .A.IE CUTLERY .
:, was who is anyways familiar with silver coin can to satisfy on ,

i than in 1,8.6, withstanding a Considerable have no truublu iu detecting the :spuriouCuuLerfeit :". (points we present for their interest. A liberal Cutlery &c., I '
:
""f t.:2 \ ', increase ou-the rcgi tratuti! buoks.i quarters, halves: aud dollars have price will be paid for all products of the Including Pocket and Table Knives and Forks,, Ra-' Woodenware, Furniture, Stationery, COOK 6tmP Heating Stoves, ,
surrounding country that we can disM!] )se of. row, Shear, Sciziont Ac.
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r f I'i : JE.S). The sheriff 'Mr. D. Isaac Craft, left been (pn.ssed here in Tampa. It i is said that Tampa, Oct. 12th,-tf. I I11 PRICES MARKED DOWN, *) wwiirf wil4the.tfre.; ( Cutt for what you.\ donfit't. ,' : mt V

i r.: \ on the steamer, !last Tuesday with two con- the parties who are uttering and putting in -- -, --- GREAT VARIEY OF FANCY GOODS, 4'riftni! from the Ltjuntry! are requested'tu examine 'fxtyuice Stock. The klyhett-matIft V V- '- '
.\ of which he wixhe to Hell at the LOWES: J prict jmiil; for Country! Produce. QUI I J .: t
; ,ict-'i :T. B. Cileman (white) and Jarre ham circulation this! bogus money live in an adJoining NEWPIRM
i'i f; LIVING PRICES, for I Tilt ldles, both married and ;single lire earnestly call, examine and price our good V .

%:.;. :' .,. '(coL1 fwr.State pri2\CtU. county. We call the! attention of the OF) CASH or InroTiii COUNTRY PRODUCE We are rinvivin;: Weekly, lar: ..;e ailtliti.ini to our stuck, anti tur Specialty U to keep on.Jband a fullslilililY. .
t U. S. authorities to the matter. '
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GRANT & LYON .
f') ": \ :" : q_ A 11avtiptatoe 3 feet )long DudI ; iood.4 are marked at the Lowest!' CaisliPrices. !' :- '

10 Ibs. raised l Orchard's We think it about! time that : [(''nll'r Matli. m and Morgan[ Sti. The ntork iYoniiletc,| in everything kept
't weJgaing on Capt. our City I : : : ] in a wril-regiilatvd: More. I Hi"( old ftiHtoiuiT, und BTA.R BAEtERY TV

I place ou Little Maatewa brought up authorities were beginning to take some ,!>tcMtowards I, IFLtt.ER.SJN1)ry the public generally are invited to call and examine .
.t
I I hU stock before purcha.iin el 'where.
". i efroln'there by :Mr. John B. Jackson one day having uur streets improved. Now, Good : .

. .:t-.. !: this week. that ("CKt1.weatht'r has set in, is the time for' !I : 'ffl"JI'Uf Made fir Khotring Good BROCKWAY ROSS & COIJA V
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lie dune with that un.-i I Iwtlhllut I tftnIli"hel! in
fOiuething to : ;;htjy Clothing 1818.r 'f f
p! : 1L9The, steamer Valley Cily; ( l loll last r .
KKKS OF uREA I) CAKES .ANi PIES itc.
in the of ; ,
right centre our town
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if.... Saturday morning for Manatee where *hetn j Boots and Shoes -. .
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W\ have bifii than citizen
t"II"J more one ,
0 that in their Cullrwittlhu.llie t -
the
- believe about closes the cattle trade for opinion, City C. L. FRIEBELE : V :
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we \ I Iv : TInts ,,fc Fancy (..oo<.1s. V V
.. "' 1 1 ftIire 1h? main stnets: to be providedilh.Mdevalks :i > \ VAllorilers
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CHRISTENING CAKES SPECIALTY.
the t Iea ; .si.. I WEDDING AND, V

,. \\ We would also suggest to ;: Hardware, Crockery and Tinware, 'S'VlLOlMRIe' *Sc I* (> tnil: -. -. -- ,,- _V V_. _
l. : ta.- A."w-e hau11r; ;;"ic"k.. almost) the en- the Council that the Ladies Memorial, : .Socie- FARMING IMPLEMENTS. from City nnd Country I PROMPTLY: ATTENDED to.. _'_ -

: : I. 'tire ooln..J"u throughout the count, : I it about the DEALER IN : .
:: ty waiting; patiently till matter
-'. I "went soli'.t i for :\Iaglk't", Sweat and WardcboffLi .' GREAT EXCITEMENT AT. FORT MEADE FLAt! :
of putting up that l long 'talked of fence \\ e a Ui keep rimttantlr ij h.itul, and receive ,

'I a* the caudidatci* of the llodical party. around! the cemetery.: j,I w i-klv fn>li "uppllt'll| ( ofGroceries Assorted, Merchandise.Corner i '
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;; ,, We in eon Fioriila1LalicaILoii. .. I i & Provisions i. The Grandest Revolution on Record !I. V V

;_ :Mr. S. B. Knight is supplying" lIurrnnrk.t. [ Franklin( Wanliington Street*,] r,

,;\ ; Ifir: \Y c n. iced for several .nights this with as fine fat beef'nl'l can l he found Which we offer at bottom j'ricci. for cah or COUX, V' I -
vTureo-Russian
TAMPA FLA. \ Over .but vai'decIat'liitMeade1( by
; week that large school of mullet have come : THY l'UOlL'CE.x-: ( .,
c:1: in almost any lIutrket".uuth. But a few days! In tioliritin would to ,
we
into the river with the flow of the tide, causing !' futninnpe nay ourpalr.11JI IS NOW KECEIVING HIS i V
,
iuce took occasion that we cliall t-nilearor to the 111..1 of '
.. we to. personally :'inspect::'( our
inconsiderable uinoJut of disturbance to give Kitirfaetion in I'lt-aoe G. I. P DZIALYNSKI MITjCHELL & CO. .
: no his beef as butchered and brought in, and altility eyrrv n'-J.'t. :
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rail and examine Mock.
ufi i Us pacd! : waters. our_ new, _,_ '
that it of u
must say was superior) quality. J. N. HlHiKKK.: CVU| SxttlKilCASS. on all; kind of Goods VV
i AgainPRICES
Jt7r: The steamer Ltzzij Hcnders wvtit I lIa|>]HMiinr); to nicetIr.. Knight;; in bis market Fall Stock ,

It .k'iu the fir of 1 b..> "Mirrd that he determined ''Hooker & Snodgrass.
; Into the dry d.J< Havana :>t therWk us was' to F1tOMI.'II1F' !
WhiChriiiv: AnIXOW': RECEIVING .
for a little needed rl'ltairIJl're'i"lh! to supply: the Tampa: market this winter with DEALERS) IN- .4

her-g iiug'otuhe Hue between here and Cedar b.efaimJ other meats of superior quality :at I GENERAL MERCHANDISE, CONSITING IX PART OF THE NORTHERN, WESTERN ,AND SOUTHERN MARKETS,

R the of the Cuchran.t& which our citizens would hu\'c'l1o. occasion
I / >?J's'iu place STOCK AND BEEF CATTLE
.., ITUCOODSRES5KLKCTKH; [ : : FROM[ TllK: n'Im: "'T, \VIT1I AX YJ.: T() THE WANTS /
to grhnible. :
: Mr. J. T. Sloan, of Clear W.ucr, _, ... .. I WOOL-, HIDES, SKINS, LADIES DRESS GOODS, O hi the ,.....mi:. \Ve h.ve t"n.I""url..1 t.. take ;i.Ivant.igt. ..1 f the I PUKSKNT TIMES, and bur our I.. ;
MU-U LO\\\ FICUKES(i I:.: sw t'. l he cnal.U-,1: lll) otli-r tlivm to mr Friend anti Patron at PK1CE8VV :
1' the hind foot of Alligator Goo.1* a
presented! us an old
Ifir The election last;t Tuesday; passed : V
-AN1 l It> ('OUNTItI'lllCCE( (1EXEKALY, '
: last Wednesday, that was taken from a .,au- very quietly in Tanipa as well as throughout i, ,FOIT) : )11-\:': VE. FLA.We FANCY, PRINTSNOTIONS that wm..nil"I"..l."IIEIL: S'11 j4rJlj1)JOUS.. ,' V V

: I/ nan' 12: feet-long J and 51 feet in circumference the coun.r. 1'e...jIe went. to the polling rail "pc.dall1u..nliun to our :-ttll.'k: of \ M,VKFV,\U .'..)S0 OX) t 'hut"'c ..lIalll' B \'e our CI'STMEIVtS: the benefit of m LIFpLOXQ .

fr; ... which he aud Mr. Arthur Turuer had aud voted We :;; AND HOSIERY, EXl'KKl: Cl-::. ""tdlal1t"rlJllrolt..lvt'"tokl1uwah ,wanu f the 1'iOl'LE. and we are able. and, willing .
places as they wished', - --- ---- S -fl -- -S' A
I DRY THE 'SMALLtSl .I'UbSILt.I rrturIIb .y:
GOODS AT
the TO SELL
Killed day previous.
i' think that every lunlyjll! have to admit ].) O MIS, N. T I O JS, 11"1. i ,Ftilt 1"1:1.\1.: Ollr li"I are t'pdt fur In-iucvton, and if our ('rien' aDd Qualities I

I __ ; Last Friday being .AlfSaiuU' Day, thnt'a more elderly: : and well d'sposed population HATS LOOTS.:( :, CLOT Ol'S:'INtJ, ;, satisfy. \11 Wt.the ..... a.', we have gaiimed t our ol.jt't'l. i'here i ii 110. ,.*irt.t \tliv I: we wll.SU CIIE.tP: ; the .impl. ., n

i liigh mass and other a1)pr(1pra) .hcrviws' .during the political canvass cannot) be I !1IOSIEKY.I : :-1I1)1-( ) ";. ,.-or !btith Northern ami :Soutlu-ru, 1lIlIIrl&l'turc- !I: fu.t j.. WI 1.1111I" 1'iuil'INE':arc.\\11.\1.1.lIar.1 anilwc. :SI'FI:. .:are)11I.1..1 YOn, : with MONEY SM.tLL1'ItOFITS.V: WIIoIU): : YOU C.\X nET TilE BEST V ; V
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., were heidhy Father A. F. Bcruier in the found any where in the United) States I I I'.tNrYotIs! ) : ; .\(TIOXS) I' ('o tITI1I'X: J hlll"lake mir word lorJl lint r
iu this being than right here in HilUboroitgh .\* Hardware Tinware Glassware Ready-Made Clothing, latest Styles. II'II'J JIAIM.AINS.I the' 1.Wa.1'H; : ItESTSEI.l.CrEIS1'0CK. : : : : ; Or1 (;001"-$ KVER OFFERED nlW t
Catholic Church .place. Satuiday county, ?
: \\e-rcj.p..8| ; : <1m IfS l Kt2UVALKXTH.( In ctablwhmtnt"V
... JEANS.J N.CASSIMERFs. I :; ) \ .. at '1.0\\1.1': ; { :.: ; Ft)1.i: i-ASII : : our V
All 8ouIs'Day, low mass: .was held iu the Anther proof of this we may mention the SADDLERY AND FARM TOOLS, ;;, \' rr ,ril anything i that a "nSt. ; ture ought .tO ttI'r... It U unable to enumerate all, but V

fact that on ouc occasion recently' when Atxl full Line OTTO .A I iiu-ntion ? item asil their 1'ricrs-vmz- v i : V
ofGroceries <: IhS a ow
morning. I i a II Filll..t l'i'lut't, 10 to I 11!} Ctflt4, I.t: ltIo.CUte,2! to 2-> cent, .Dest Pin-. per, : (
Capt. L--sIeyaddri-s-u-d] a democratic meeting in j'Jlt'llt I'rint" ti; to 7 t..nto, I-'an. ;; Ut'IIt Family flour, $10 to ). .
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: James Jackson, the steward of the Provisions H-A.TS &c CPS ;, vtIit4. lkt Brown hirtitlg.
paper 1st;. Thread ISI "ntJl, Best Gingliain'
the court house, iu this plac; he was ir ;) l't'uI4, 1tI4 of Itkailiiiig, $ t. 10 cefli, .l.oatll
Netilles
steamer Cochran, went to the \>nlla last Tuesday fOllo\\1 I We willl"'t'I' a Large:Stock of Suli-taniial (i'ood.c lkst 1'IIII.'r t'1.tot'I.U.' : :; l.tJIt'4anIht"nt!, fane IltMle 10 to I,). -ut ,OanaurgsV V V V
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ed by a col. Republican, W. K.l S till 1:) ient', B..t Br.tgII1": .
". and voted an order fir a quarter of beef ) ami ill them an low an they cin l t.l' MiM) nnd luiv BOOTS AND SHOES, : 10 to, 1i:) "'ntll. i Yard Wiole.Cu'ft',1) Cambrics 10 to 15; 'ivntv ts"; ..4 Men awl Bojr HaU 2..j cents..tntiall V V
p an able speech from his political !standpoint, :\ the I Ilijii-M I ..fit....'" f'r the i'rixluce of the Fnruicr, W.: K1E1': tNlA, 'ft.rpLL SL'PI'LYOF 4
; the which General Thomas, oilier ( ooti in 1.rporti'iI. ;
for steamer,' and Stockmen .
.' who "'Ai listened to with as much attention Udiw:Gent'-; and ML***,VERY CIHiVP.HARDWARE : : .
Agent Tampa S. S. Co., had given .him. I STOCK AND I1KKF: C.\TTI. TINWARE : ; ;
and courtesy as had been given'to his Democratic I }: CROCERIES HARDWARE V .
; lie then went to the market and presented Fnrnihed on hort notice.OnltM H-ilicited, flfltsalisfadiomi opponent. ,
i, ticket fir the beef.We giarautecl.Tunmi.a 1.i V: :
f his --- J I'uli: '78.j Notions.Cilassware Hats VV ::
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: congratulate our IQYIkv.. J. J.. Scali)', PaMoroftheM.! : E. 1- --- -- ---- -, CUTLERY; WILLOW AND woonNWARE : Saddlery, Dry _

; lIS- heartily young Church in this this'place will terminate his: ; ArautedTP.IL'WARD :, .
friend, J. H.,Leonardfor: his stock in, theI' I of this church the j Oranges V :
I pastorate by administering : TIN, CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE, ',BOOTS & SHOES CROCKERY (
nd raised in milt ,
grocery Hue. Born our communion at the close of the service to. ,

: he well deserves to be encouraged. We wish morrow.. For the past two'years Mr. Scally .& co., Saddles Bridles &c. -'"* >J .
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i him a liberal patronage from his numerous has ,been stationed Tampa, aud in severing. Commission Merchants t I Provisions, Farm Implements, &o. V_ ,
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his connection with his flock here he leaves ,
both in and in the Birrs AND SPURS, Itt mnetitioneil.S'cthank: our Friendi, and Patron" eor- '- ; \
: friends and others, town And Thousand other thinK tn numero.H to i "'
with the satisfaction of WHOLESALK: DKAI.KK.S IXanH a :'
having accomplishedthe I' .. IEA LING anlt KIND TREAT ,
I for their IMtronnRe nerehifore licrtowwl on n< and tn !st .yMEXT I-\I;I R V r
::4 country. _' ___ whole task of a true and faithful laborerin 'Fn1'Ail711 flnmnefia'i 1i'M1itaO" dially! of the'wune. V V V
; --- -".0&&"""-v A. 4 OIIU, t Office and Kitchen STOVES ( to tI\'rall1 continuance .
". the work of his, Master! and that hts"woik ;,1 I,
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gAs will be seen by looking at our adrertmng I 1I.ORIIJOR.XG: E$A SPECIALTY.VEOETAI1LES .'"'ti -

s./ f{ the Orange Grove Hotel isnow has been abundantly blc ,ed. When we say ; HAY, CUA1V; FEEDitc.: |r BOEHM iiENTflhJM& CO. 1': V
'>_, '.., : .' columns. that :Mr. Seally i is a particular favorite with HI Hay St., SAVAXXAH, tTilE :.\. FURNITURE &c. I 'Jri
open for the reception of; guests. None our entire community, we but feebly indicate

j,1:.II i: who have ever risited Tampa and put up that veneration and esteem! in"otJe whichhe; is ; :I AIIOVEXAMEDF1KM in th<* Fruit lnii ineiui f-.r many have year been: *;enKa-last I FAMILY GROCERIES, | 143 Bay Street, SAVA1T1TAH, GeQrgia;,' 0 :

at this excellent Hotel, have ever gone away generally held. Well do the of one of year we han.II.co"t'r\ ;)00.01.10( ()raiiKm. Thi FLOUR,}junt from the Nashville; MilU a Sl|* ialty.,I j i '
; f: oid to this and venerable ; -a-on we have male for t'Om-I' '
; apply good rvaimtof :
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with it in BACON, CORN; GRITS, :MEAL. LARD of the Celebrated CIGARS .' V'V;
t: otherwise than well pleased every the Lord. "Suffer me a little and I will (|Juantirit'll. We now Ixto olicii Consignment. .. of !r Manuafacturervs : :" : 1I
H. 1. Crane lar e, HKKIIIT, dl" lC'It.k:'' guaranleein SALT, SVGA U.SYRUP,nIU A I).BRAN, VI
I rtspcxt.. The Proprietor, Judge shew thee" that I: have yet to speak i in :.God'sbehalf. ;: promjitreturns. CANNED GOODS, TOBACCO and !iCOrrONBOLL I i'vAoExA. WELCOME' ', # .

.1i .it one of e delightful gnt1enieu who For reference, we mo-t rt'tol't'.zfllllrt'ft'r to any. CIGARS, 1' GOLDEN BUG hAPPY LOVERS PANDARO V H 1- : VV. j -

and make every body hap.r of the Hanks or Hininc-i men of :Savannah.IUKHtiully ; With other things) too mention. ORIENTAL, V MERVELLLE, EPICUREAN, .IL
loves to many nninerou to
ii p fl PERSOsAL-\Ve were much ploased' t.> | I*. II. WAUD ft CO.St'Ilem'r One McCarthy Gin, new anti Improved for ,sale.If GOLDEN FLEECE: NATIVE: AMERICAN, JASMINE Ac... '. V :
: pr. _ 1f meet an old Tampa acquaintance in the sanctum ) 14th 1874. 4 3m. V .
You don't what ask .
see you want for it, .
on Tuesday, :Mr.V.. P. HKSDKIWON.Mr. -- -- ---- SOUTHERN AGENTS FOR J
lot of Ilon. 11. 1'. Lykes V
..& acre
Iiir ve Ilixhent market
f: s. BENTSCHNER : pricf: paid for Country Produce. .
H. informs of considerable
Nebru Avenue near' town, bu' been us progress CEDAR, COTTON, ORANfiES: IlltESC. ; .w. '.i' .
I ;-, on a around Tampa. We have always felt a WITHI. L. FR1ERELE.: : Go's' 1
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Cigars ,
:i : eoclOlell oder the direction of his ,agent, peculiar interest in Tampa and hear' 'with I Seidenburg ,,Key 4Dill's '
with a barbed wire much its I. L. FALK & Co. SYRUP BAUKELK.Mmrtvd ,ilL"I at V '"'- rtSchofield's
pleasure growth.GabLesrWe.1lretoA.
)fr. J. Eo Lipecumb, CYPRESS
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to be : A HENDERSON'S. & Fuller's well known Chewing TOBACCO'S : '
of feces seems ,
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;, fence. This Manufacturer)! and Wholesale Dealent inGENT'S -

; ing ill poP"j'larrayor..osag' th wishing toA .. _-- Lovengreen-&Madsen .1 I IN ALL STYLES AX )\QUAI. TIES, '. V !

Iud. Ita advantageI b The charter of the Lucy P, Miller by CLOTHING '"V
It e eloee a l lot Cf? great ., LOG CABIN, \ : [ .:. ,

are I it strength, durability and security I. K. Roberts having expired Capt. Miller I 324 Broadway, N. Y Kp PAINTS i a complete, Stock; of I \ GOLDEN; [ EAGLE, V \\LOVE j T' I .. .

}f4 W. O. Ferris take of her at OIL AMONG TIlE ROSE. ,
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kiud. left last.Tuesday to charge ,
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1.A ooenta d,-&re IOi0g to bare Cedar Keys, to go to New Orleans: for a car and JLAS.S: :\( on hand.. Celt: Leiiiiitl !* ni o It: iii gM L Tol> ncc0.vfor : <
&nd ochers, We I C Whitaker & Con. I Cor.Went worth& King Sts. Furniture made to orler.1110:111: kind!" of !Pi. ; '

,low for of* mgegTOYe* ten1f it 1000. ; go for Key West, and Havana., ;, Savannah._ (!;s. | arle-ton: S. C. ,, .IJIIFrltmf'M a! rva*>nabe! prict-s. / S V Sott. .'ytt( r.l.V/rr FAIR Tobacro'si.d' Clgnreles.V" <,::1 -
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aIc Crors ;
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W% l' : out : SL'PEUIOU: INDt'CEMENTS to call and S h1.:;! 1
:$ OF TOES -AND( LIQUORS Jontztnt4oii llnl -7'1 -= I i lowest. !I i ) {'; :{ S
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y .... 'lJi.e.. __::Riuia _:iiy or .Ie.._._- _.__ 1 Ii i I DOMESTIC COOPS, both of Northern and South- ___ ___ __ __ _u _u.u ., x I ); : I !: I ( [ .' -
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.'Am: NOTIONS in this Department,'arll.h'! of almost every.'. 11' Sole Agents fur the Counties, of Hilkborougli! IIeruanlonnIPi'Ik I l AND.. 'I : { ..JI .

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rb : ':TTTTIlJD TAMPA gfreT, \U'l necialTitteation-:' './ .FLORIDA o -allbu, ne<*, JeanvCassii & Celkafles, for Men's' wear' 1 I THEBAGDAD' SASH FACTORY CO. in} the'' ): ( !: { l :' I j < ;: > '. : f. -

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1 .VV placed their hand in tbe'line of buying I U( \ i 1 ; ; ., : : rI
From whkTi the mor-t fa-tuliou always'find( *onieth'ing We t -
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;STEADS and PREEMPTIONS. 'mrfkinR IIOB.1 : to 1)1 la.v OfReacly Offer for sale at 'Tampa their Goods consisting of in the -

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't1"'Clal. denl'e Macle Clotljing; I: ( I : r .

Jn7rJuut1 I0tf.1i All sizes of Glazed Sash, Panel Doors : i: ; S
For '\'*,wear, we offer a good range,of Style,quality \\4' : ( : -
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'. ..:.'.:1.:6."t3")111. .:. ,1 ,' the furtbddminictration fuW lI ement, ana sAto of the be djo'b:1rgt.'t1 Estate, .of; hats of the Latest tvlc.) ] : _A Cisterns from 1000 to 3000 gallons.Orders I [( ] 1 ( t i : :: 5
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'i 'f4 ':., ;. Octbbern2tb,1878.ComplaintTia : \ That combined the desirable quality of comfort tnddniitWhitvantl i STATE -*- -- :>J _i_ ',' : : alo the djvirable : I :
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1* {_.c;. 'Jnri&h C. lIanu/a.r.Lift against T omaaS. Daniels for handsome the deformities foot look more of an Watitiful ugly foot still.and( making. :. 1 U. Wind Engine and Pump Co's. Goods, !11'Sloves !i iI I : i ; ; --' I ,
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: abandoning hfe Hoiuertead Entry. No. 4900, I i : : ;

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'fS7" -1 ;4w r on the 2d dmi of December,1878, at 10 o'clox-k Comprises even-thing in that line from a Needle to a I AVJNDFAR'AIPITMPS.'1\1 I [LLS&iD I I | : : : ; !: : : -

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W'jr- Inaid 'allejiTd: abandonment" before Wm. C. Crown. \Veofier excellent I ISEDUOOM; : FU ITUm'1.; \ "- : ; i ea S l' ..
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4t4 :b -4 JOUK YAKSCX Kcceivcr.iWashbunf&Hoea : .4'S.4'T'- -
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,- : >_ 4\ Wealwav* keeps full St 4: :I 'f' 4- : t ManTg Co. i LIAR D'El'AKTMKNT.In : Mills : : 'I :. ::_. ; $
: : our Stfu-k will also always U- found a g'II'l1 a,. LX.I L. Feed T anks>Rubber Hose, \ \: ( ,-:: ;: /

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Water Pipes Points etq. etc. S t : i '" -- -

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; : : J' Cooking Stove* will be givtu.: Fur 1'ric-i-s, t terms, c%<'., av'wl t-ttllll'' 'f ('II'l'laf".t ;J ; i;; : :I -- /. .
AVe keep all kintl* ,.C in ."S I 4 :: : !| : h'.. .
Stationery common ue.al" :.' Bl; IIX.& P.\1t''ELI. [l't.l' "hi.CASH : -. -: .
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p-,!;i; .., o't., ',ITb7Mut. TWO North and Snith and are j>rej>areil to 1'1 l'l'h'i1 hhortnotu I I"rnl' .U. ..1.Vl.2-\- j ,' 1). \' : ; ( l .' .. .;
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.. t\E&.Jf:4-i' ;Li mb&'Co."ar wile agents nieiit-1<> na-et thin wanf we have ]n>viitil} si.:. -: I' '. t .

_ _1: I: '"Coun '1or HilUborougli- HernauJo, Saloon 'n the! river, known a-i t TO AXI 1'f''nA.n !I -, -5" .

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f3B31atzng.to Which i i:4 fiinii. !>he l with a liar of the ln>tILTiqiiors I- \ '
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i $ to cue a revihiun of. the..ntll Constitution! 1'l..t.llItl where) all Mtmt* will In- promptly; "Mipplle l 55 :i -:, :EEYWET 7 pic I II :': itqf4
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: : '..UIIe ot"" thi Lejjwiaturt', with the yea and nay Col. W. T. HASKINS, I : | ( ) ()( ;
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',: Ie4 of -thw fMfor thwiooth.iwfurthe ( ( -
; :! Jq.at newjiop time. choosing the not. Iqgh'1v.nDLoX1I4M -i To meet the Trnnsjtortati.-vn demands of our trade : I, =- ',.'
we hnN'ho..u.'r Called the (/Js. ; "
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.l.jf :. uirj-of State of the i I NOTARY PUBLIC CUSTOM HOUSE" j i \ t :
w tMeofflori4Ioticrety CCTtif/that the above \* Between Ms Point aiifl NEW ORLEANS \
.00: t *.""i :atm: ooi'h.ct copY of t' oripnal now on tile 1 W. P. JACKSON, MASTKI:I:. -p-- "l p i Can: I : t ..; .';
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,l 1 thLoe. Qb.n1"'Wbmot\" .; :; ; hereunto' tlCt_ Arn! nr( in close connection with the tcanien VaJIfy -.. lA-aye-TaiiiiaTri-| .: l>AY (.1 CVdur; Key*, 33 O _1L_ ,.hi-s I I i 1: : f I .' (
i-. .5 :4. h.3"e my (/y an.llm11tr, and with exten5vcAVharvcs Arrive :at (\"lmi K, ,'. on Vii)N |)).\ Y. i S licd I t\ '" :
han And afjxed he ( ret Sin! of the State of Flor- I.
wir; Leave Cedar Kiyn \\\'EII\E.' IIY f..r 1':11111':1. ; AXI.jConi'ission l I IArrive I. '. I : I ,1
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.1' i' E\I.I] '- .iv. o. ULOXIUM, ,\ and i AVarclipuscs i ; tAare. Tampa' : FKU)AY 1 brtiIzr' lCe\, I:; ( I I lli.; -?-" i i I i i

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We are Enabled to oflcr'to patrons the-lx faeilitic" : Tampa: \
4-! ift. ?...,,Proclaimriren ft'Lo'. 4t the *mallft. cxpenoc. We hall) continue to furnm.h j'! Arrive. For at Freight Tampa on --l :lI.n. '. KKY WEST- 1 FLA.accumniolatioiiSy1 -4 ?.,-
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: $ E i.I.bt- in accordance with the : \
I f:, ":.: : lw. ..S'/Florida_ and Ordinance o.L4 OODR3STAslJTJD rLOTJS. apply to the ( Villain on fllr IVr. mal; atii-mlun piwn tt> ,"alc- .\in lie roomiHiUril tt: ; .
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4.J' .;; l *:***e 'II'11'or. Tamp--and liercbv ruIairn or to 7? : .. ;.
: ;! ii4aeebire. th tI! ,am conTincd that there i>* Jan- K 15: TI %)MA!-?. Wt. lamju "Kl-'KlStNl'IS-Wall{ .(o., A. F. A C._Tift. : :
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AT ACTUAL COST-to the full extent we catv" S ; :: : 1
i Sa iidic-r dirtc' indin-ct W.M.: w 4..hRl4)X. 1'4
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_... tJlou'Y'Jth Uhet-ity-of Ne <)flcan ,' La. j i rai baped actual h. &CO.
-J: 4.1,herebr;forbid mnr conijaunicaiion either di- i upon : : '",t, '
:- tll t>*JediiIet with tbsidcitv; of"N. w Orleans, We either.buy or receive. VOn AUCTIONEER ( ) : : ;
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;' .t.. -giuKler'ftlie'conditiotii" j>re cribed by- CoF6i'TbRs: I i- ; -- ::.
ne Begulationa of 'the Town aud Port .CO l iiiiueiit, I.I : : prief. '
'2c-: t. tpa..t ; -F KEY \Ear, r LA. :' : .;
1 ':< zifnnderny; i_. laiid and offictil .iel' I'at Tampa All the vrodu'cU of the Cnntry for whit we 'can j, Attends I pen-onallv to all iloi-. e'ni.;"lIll'lII' so- .\S n : -. n'n'J";-J" : .

._ lh4ayofugui? :. ), 1578.. find a market here or e vrhereAVc ', anil' satifj4titi" ..I.arantt't"1. 1'r llIpl returnt : I I :

: l.4t; '-. .t: :''* 1. f J..AC'XJO!1avor.Terk. thank our friend fcr their 1'atnmagc and II g lUlil. Otl. ..-FrOl -w''= Commission M'e c I lan ts. I I I r: f'L. >.:
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,. it. aJ'lI.-o--. trailwe bare thought. it rizht t to vivid( a u..111! : _. :: __ ,_ I '. .' ..'
...ff; 1f: ; !T. y XOTICE.'t'lit *f our proSt to; the; ;' cn.unnr-who' lars nil 'the I F itogers; iVLitcnell na ljll' :In.1 Tie, advanced on l''OI'';. : I
J.il..ral'CI.hh'l"I" made Con.-i ntni'nte I
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'- ttl k's ie.44iug.within the rat limit- bunlcti. Our Cl'rkzilre attentive and we invite all f. 1 on ; : iM-i:

.. 1i. f" -:1.Jc'.iobe i(4he 1'owD of Tam L,,u"*D4 requcElcd;; i.nrifie4.'of to cauie substances their, we who I'roaiiiH have to that buy,we to call will and elite look fully at our snow JHock you, and our : 81:: :'00: :: ii E:: I: _, S :Cotton.business I'rumpt: llllll'ardul attention guaranteed; .'to_ all : 1 '

- 6'Ui. .. .' Jou1ate&to .-t;''!__:C -- Good and not take the least OIK..<); ii you thouldhaj '_\"_; !_I.' t 1 \ ; I -
!, 2SXIth1 ofiaid town is hereby directed to. ] ([KM not to buy. 'our whole t-icck on your tir,l AND IlKCEIYERS OF i'. -- -- :: -
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.- t;2 '$gAbfQM.y .v.dafi -th.jnofltli* of August and : I PETERSON}: : {
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..- 4-i ; | OrfiIMpfJScx'7( *>?ori wlr'nC)' ea. of our fairwty of. speaking,as to terms, we : Practical Painter .I.. ) .- I -
MJ'if) |\"!,.g 4'Kf??: l..r.\\nr. )b or. odcr oar cu.-t4jinors we av once for all, that we runbuyonly FLOUfl .i Si'.ECI.ILTY. :S '). > //1
fc" for Cash or equivalent, we expvet > : LEAVE. to inform. the citizen of T : of :
S? t # ;Ea a.4or S ale. BKGS that he is1 .1IUI'II. I : I -
<:: : .. ._ ., Equivalents 81Poydraa:; St. NEW ORLEANS. I'AlNTlNUin vicinity all its branchi.now Ilou prepared e.( Si i 'i, Cari : to. I I I & -
'loj'9'JoD '60 acriofpItd; pine '&D(1 with'800 Cash or : : < I B i I 4
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;: for Tan>lllll'nl _u, .:.-tf i nail. 1iinting.-(( training and! : I'
"$:: treet.are now bearing I _ _ 1'ajierhanging, having prlItil't'I.the trade: for i I 5
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,_ "i tMADle' with-ie0acre When we 'ell our Gotxl. Credit being the groundrillof ,_ twenty in Europe awlU1Crll'L. lie I -.
i dear \ / a week in 'lJur town. ? > Outfit) free. No ; years l'lIaJnlj
.i ', _': : 'TtJ..Pb!.! Jocatedvin the luau lmCIVE"SELL:, V I to l'X't'litc all hN'work with 1I<:lIn.l1' amvuraey.ofeither I 5 .
ri-k. Reader if '\'alltaIJll'Jl.ath.l'h :. f -1:
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.4.mn. fromar S%aier) bluC.Itiicle. For C..l SE"'Taml'a ll ns i-excan make great pay all the f'"II'I''I'l'l' ; iz
ulty.. Wjrk."llIop< ] in Ma-ionic Imilding.Tampa ; .
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