The Sunland tribune
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 Material Information
Title: The Sunland tribune
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 61 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: C.N. Hawkins
Place of Publication: Tampa Fla
Creation Date: August 5, 1880
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tampa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hillsborough County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hillsborough -- Tampa
Coordinates: 27.970898 x -82.46464 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Tampa Blue Print Co.
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: J.P. Wall, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 44 (Jan. 6, 1877).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071706
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Succeeded by: Tampa tribune (Tampa, Fla. : 1885)

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r DE1i8tTN1iAND. ,TRIBUNE.- 4 .HOTKLS.HAKDFORIJ :I From Hickory IJlulf to Ft." Myers at trying to acquire a knowledge of For the TRIBUSE.] had,no Salary Steal bill. iu it and had I again Immediately' alter: 'p preaching g,. "'.' .

:if'rx.Sp; : :_ What ,'c'saw and what we the Spanifh language. As a result of Education. no Pavement Ring ,in it, it had DOMobilier andr the question ',13 asked, where :_' '. '. ': '.'.Ji\.
v fiPub'r., & Manager. HOUSE tliiuk of the his he o. .
general outlook&c. efforts-as afterwards informed ; ,
.j----' To educate is to develope and improve ,Swindle nor.no Perjury in it. shall we hunt nfit".week, ?" A4tevva. :;, '2'- -.

.. .. .c -jOfllciil Organ 6th Judicial Circuit. -FIlS7.: CLASS .to Before Fort starting from Hickory detained Bluff usj: lie was of master Spanish of the phrnses-"C"following vocabulary tho human being; to learn,the Now we think here, that giving biographical rious' propositions they .come ,to ft decision !, ,, <."-t" ?, .' .4.
Myers, wo were at
,:f JDBUSHED ON_ THURSDAY. PRIVATE BOARDING HOUSE, the former place onu day and a half, (Yes). Flattering himself upon his use of all our powers and faculties, sketch to the people of any and ,adjourn till the next appointment .: -f- .

1.' '," -);""";.'DVEnTISmG'1lATES. # CONVENIENTLY and the PLEASANT, which time we spent in visiting the look proficiency, ho was half persuaded to and how to apply them in promoting noted patty, that such biography There 'are some. .excep- ., r. .i-.t., _... %..' Jt,.J

'':, fronting, on the South near, Ft. Brook river'and and the different groves and other places! of around but for a situation the as interpreter the best interests of humanity. Liko ought to contain all daring deeds Lions to this rule, but if the "shoe fit ti," ''' (.":.. ,;;

4. .tSQUAIEIOxieInch1D space. Bay; business and interest, at aud about the finding enpply equal to Beu.vAdham, we want our mimes putdown committed, such as above mentioned. wear it. -!'I" there ho balm ia Gilead? :
Leg radl'erl bemeDt will be charged at Bluff Wo found the be in the demand he reluctantly gave up I .
_ >/ : MP. S1 F.IIAXDFORD,Propriertre' place to the pursuit. as those who love their fellow- We feel sorry to see such.Injustice I Is there no physician. there? Why : _.. ir4 .
:'" iate ;J '''- 'Local n notices 15 cents a line. TAMPA HOTEL beautiful muff strewn with hickorieS Tho time having .arrived for our : men. Wo want those who have any dane him by his own party. Bill then is not the health of the daughter" ..

'i SBI ;:;-r'Yearly'eon'aet.,made '*,ith inerchjnti i of all sizes and shapes which add departure, we took on board quite a'' light, be it ever so email, to Jet it Carroll says that' all that ho could of my people recovered ?" ." .. '. I : l"

f ; i >jcct to'a change' every three month', THIS HOTEL HAVING nEE TIlOU- no little to the general appearance of ,! number of passengers, among whom shine. There aro dark corners in the glean from his history, was that he Col'ISTEN: -. -

;it' ahd settlement acobnlingly., renovated and refitted i: now the Bluff, but we found.that "distance were several ladies of Key West, who drew canal boat until his Land Flowers 8th ", l'
,. open for the reception of guest tho ellle and fashionable circles world-in this State; yes in this county a name was July 1680. -
-S jOtitoarica' exceeding lines will, be lent enchantment" to the view. Wo represent :- __ __ . "
; The Table.will be Mirijilied with .C\'lJ" found quite an at tho old of that city. After a pleasant that needs illumination. turned to Garfish, and knowing the "- : '
charged same u adrcrtuemcnta. 1 luxury the.mftrLct afc'nfv anti orange grove .' POPA8I1, July 17th, 1880.
noiiainswill original: Bluff belonging to a non-rci. run of, two and one-half hours we The press is-a great educator, and disposition of that specie of fish as }t
-I .,,- *'AdY rWcmleotli inwrted less than One be i'artIto make the gvct>u coinfurtitble.; MR. EDITOR -, ,'. ; ,
.#: Rates deut, who leaves a young man in were safely lauded upon the wharf of every family should subscribe and well"as he docs, that it docs not seem .: -, ; ,, '
'Month for first and 75 tiWlre.r to r.\t\ the time -
:i" ,f 1 I per Square cent Frierson A Co. at tho pleasant and _' T uTsuantTtb notice glf. ." .J 1:
D. ISAAC chargo of the grove, which we were in advance for eomo good news strange to him that ho should be inclined .:".
-:4t for each nuWqnent nsertkn.I CI'U'Tl'rorrirtor.OllANGE: pay ;
: to fee was iu quite a dilapidatedand thrifty little town, Fort Myers. This en by tho Chairman of the Dcmocra1i : '. {
.. 'Adrertlsementa,not marked with the GROVE sorry neglected con ilion. being tho Sabbath, the business house h paper.> AH, even the children, liketo to take bait; and that putting ic Executive: Committee t' .of Manatee .. .' .

: ". number ot$lime will be, inserted until forbid I Capt. Bartholf: is one mile below the were all closed] antI everything seemed reall'a good local paper. Every him in the Presidential chair wouldbe county, a meeting was held at Popash .. ? 'i-" .: \4&'

.' :: and charged according6l'ECLlL !/. xicYr1L4. Bluff and is the next resident in that to attest the dispo itiou of tho citizens family should have a bible, a dictionary just the same as placing buckwheat ..-I', ;,. .
'-- --r-"'- RATES to liberal Advcrtlaew.TKBM8 to "keep it holy" in obedience to on the 17th day of July to select Bait- '.. ._, .
direction smoked hovel cakes before /
TAMPAFLOFUDA save ono ) and a song book; and every child a hungry man. '.. -.
the Divine able delegates to Bbney'sPrecinct ;
represent ;
,. OP SUBSCRIPTION : The Capt. bos a fine locution, somo at the .e of ten should be able to wants to know what taking the census "
NOW OPEN! fino tree*, has a neat comfortubledwem1Jg'un Fort Myers u really a beautiful in a County Convention to :: 'f.- .
r TIV7 Annum,"In adrance)- J2.00 tIc town of about 150 inhabitants, two read. The iemily is a school where is; and if'it means giving some men '- .
:* a small mercantile business bo held at .Pino Level on the3ddAy )fif
4: 'IzMont1is 1.00 Address, by Mail large dry stores office cither C"n.wiU be learned office over the people that they dont .
or Telegraph, and"i with all a thrifty, social, good a post an good or ; August. Tho puzpe.cf jrhichbto '. ..j "
,. -' CAltDS.GEOi Kov. 13th 1879. II. L. CRANE clever gentleman, who took great delight elegant M. E. Church building) a parsonage -I and how important it is to overcome want, times up.Ifagreeable. ; ;: .
L PROFESSIONAL I place before the,people aitutaUe _
: Masonic and Schoolhouse '
--- -- '-- ----- in showing us around. The new, a Lodge : evil with good. you may hear from 1

IIUSIXESS CARDS.E. church building was also visited,, combined, a telegraph office and member to represent Manatee ooontjin ; J. ,

; CASPER M. DRMERLY which i is a nice, cozy, well fiuUhed job u grog shop. The population is rath-I There arc some intelligent people me again. Respectfully' the_next Legislature. I'

"I of LONDON and NEW, KEYE & CO'S. and reflects great credit upon the or a'Wtffy crowd, in which the who candidly believe that our present X.Y.KB. The meeting being called to < ;:;, '

idento New community by whom it. was built.A Spanish, Mexican, German, Irish, free school system is not what it '
R. -YOKK denres to inform the Drug Store Jftncllas I torn*. out worthy fellow-citizen.. J.3fBonoy .
3t GI.-da.Li couDtr7that he Till be Cleaned to I little further 'down the beach, Seminole, and Americans all are represented should be. Let the good and wise "
; TAMPA. FLA., but tho latter Excepting the Hancock-Bloxham was called Ux the'Cbfraat'1 : t
tfS &UHd all who may desire his nerrice as aJ'ta1Gci'U' stands the elegant and magnificent largely pre consider this
'Hy or Surgeon. Pee nn Buffering residence of Mrs: Knight Here we dominates. Tho town has not only people thoroughly question -I boom tho subject of early vegetables D. D. Mahou requested to act as'8 trcfcary. .
%'(t with 4d long nUnding dime requiring Lc TIlE -WB BE OPEN DAY noticed a young grove that showed kept pace with the progress of e\'cnts. in all I its bearings and relations, : is now uppermost in the minds of our The Chairman expUined;tho. _

Medical or(Mrgical treatment can accoouaodatod and night, and Jundayfv? from 7 to 9 more signs of thrift and prosperity iu other sections, but has actulllyout then explain how it can be luado to '
-J- with good board and attention a. ra. I people. The only drawback upon object of the meeting together with a ... -
"_ 1_ 'at the Doctors office while under treatment. than any other that wo E.IW at the stripped many other little towns on meet the wants of this progressiveage. .
and 5 to 7 for the this enterprise w cheap andrapid few,very appropriate, and timely re- ,
:it Correspondence Solicited.Manatee p. m. pur o e of fillingewrij'tioiiH place.Following.- the Gulf coast which have enjoyed advantages One person says thero shouldbe J
Fix-3m. tho beach still farther and facilities with which transit to the great market. It appears -i inarks S. :J

'tL ofJ -'_'- _-GEO.CMrE11__ )1. D.r Pr v.hich-) will canfully be attended .- down\ a few.hundred yards) wo cniuo I Fort Myers has ne\;l'r been u l'pliej.I no compulsion, as the children are after all, that we are not to I Oa motion the names of D. D. .:

C..MITC11ELL. to by our new Prescription clerk, to the residence of T. S. Knight, The people of that section long ago wanted at home a part of the time, to have steam communication.with Tam MahoQ Rev. Hugh Bethea and M. ? .
: DL which is the lat one in that direction. I Icnrned "to labor and to wait," but help about the work. Another wants S
for G. Carlton were
-. PHYSICIAN. & SURGEON, Mr.Voo.L who h-w pa-we.1 I. hid ex- Mr. Knight w biriliCng'a fine residence they arc now beginning to realize the the schools to bo industrial and as pa, mailorlreigl1t..Thjs..is.de. placet\ for considera- .
jrlad fruition of deferred. plorable) and is alike hurtful to youf; tion-OOfor he_ tinj_as sui. ,
4ii [ -". MEADE FLA.OFFIClfin sunination a* l)niggi io and CJI-wi't. which, when completed'will be hopes, long far as possible, self-supporting; while .1 o.,
': Dzlalynaki& ntdl II'8 Store, quite an ornament to the village. The great want of transportation, and us. A little steamer to pass delegates whfch met universal .ap :; .;. 1

The Knights own an extensive cattle which has so long clogged -the wheelsofenterprise a third person wants no free public around this peninsula would do more proval. ..?: ->'f..i
01.P. BRANCH, T. A. MADDEN wharf this from which and absolutely prohibited schools at all, but have the children ), s-
L at place '
.D it: a I to enlarge your mercantile and other Jtaolvetl, That we heartily endorse the .. ::1 4:
GROCER great many 'nttle have been shipped the influx of immigration to that taught at home. For those who arc nomination of W. I).Lloxham by the Conservative .' -Lf

:..\ Physician & Druggist, this roodou, and which is a great convenience -, section no longer exists. The cattle capable of teaching, or arc able to business than a train of slow coaches. Democracy for Governor, and we '-.: :

It 4 S OLD STAXD. ANDCommission to those owning Blocks of' business has heretofore been the Our prweut facilities for intercommunication caruertly pledge oufielves to.his support, ., ..' 4
v F.l1 hire teachers at their homes, this may and in BO doing we ninccrely believe that '
'.ir .;" TAMPA, FLA. Merchant cattle in the range adjacent'to that ; prime-dl absorbing business of that make us, in a measure, foreigners I we are acting a* will be well for Florida'
do well but :
., -' place. entire section, in the pursuit of which very ; many parents are while we might just as well future interests. And to the Contention 1'

.' DR. II. R. BENJAMIN, No. O i\tng: ,incSt I;, This place! (Charlotte Harbor, the I'' every thing else in the way of Iruits not capable, and aro uua\' e to employ bo next door neighbors.Wo : that gave ua fur the Firit Oongrwsional "r '

0 NEW ORLEANS. name of the post office), i is a high, and} vegetables or agriculture has been a teacher at houic. i I District our true and. tried Daridaon for a .
overlooked. But it has have recently established a : candidate we"tender our heart felt thanfcf
4 : Physician & Surgeon plea-ssint location, the beauties and advautagcs'of shamefully It a evident that should continue ''
w.o "citizens claiming that no body of men could have .
which entitle'it to a muchbrscr been: eorcred by actual experiment society" for conservation.
,: .i ; R} :\'.-One and a half mile* norA RB.POS& SON.GROCERS that of the finest lands and extend our free public schools, nil acted more"widely.. And that "0'mOflt .
.AVfcnuita A fcharc of visitors and immigrants some forming of the ends we seek as a decent earnestly implore c''tty.l. laying citizen .
Tampa, trim
: 1 o
than it has hitherto) received. But in the h'tntc arc to bo fl-und in' that as the porjictuity of our free institutions and progressive Wo admit of the State and District) rcgordleaa .
Office.-O rner of Franklin & Twigp* Su. I community.
the long needed transportation has recently section.Iu this branch of luuine; ', rests upon the virtue and intelligence former polities to join ua in their support.to .' r '
: ; Mr. T4 A. who has no elements of discord. Our unite with twin,'one solid column and .
: T1tioii T. WALL, been supplied and it mu-t noon Hough, a f fortyacre of the cople. "Prevention is ,-;
AXD DEAMJtS IX j charter members are the old residents cast their votes for liloxham and Davidson, : .
take its place. the cane patch, lends the van. We : .
among jiopulous ,. .
better than and if all educated two of Florida's, noblest and
cure thereby
were men -
of South did not see Mr. Hough's farm and new accessions be filtered
Physician Surgeon Western Produce towns Florida. cano aru to '
guarantee: impartial] jiwtico to one
The time but all who had visited it with whooi an they thould be, there would every ,,;
TAMPA, FLA. having arrived for our through black balls! and bestow a blexiiini; on our firesidca.Jtcxtlr -

r1. %1 t OrriCE. Iloriw.-9 to 10" m. and 4 to 91 & 93 MAGAZINE STREET, departure for Fort Myers, we hoarded we conversed, told us that it was the be no necessity of spending[ millions Our port of entry, at Big Bayou, 'u *!, That we heartily endorse the ,
NEW ORLEANS LA finest of the kind had political views of the BUXLAXD TRIBCXE -
) the !little steamer "Spit Fire" on crop they everseen. of for building and ,
ft supporting
t ja.w.Snndas4Uto11z.zn. money now being beautified by the new residences i- and I we deem it -the imlLsxu.ibe] duty of .
Agents f>)r TampSteUI1..Lip..Gimj'anyVLiar Saturday the 10 h inst. at 11 a. iu. ):sI Ir. I Hough himself I is our authority | ; -
the Court
E.-wt of
pri.cu:>. Well informed, public the rending public, and ftt pwi.lly theCon- .
Florida an-1 Havana Steanil&s. We for that it is trouble of Messrs. Bethel and Holdeu. i '
Jurner of Lafay.etle and Monrue Sue state here as it savu fl ) .
iroune : may iwrvative lKniocracy: to iu noble .
1- -. the ucccsbitv of a ubdriUent explanation Iu iiiul stalks allover, the patch matured spirited persons are perfectly willingto Tho weather is warm, but the house ni.initgvrs in its i iLl.. wippurt .. :.i '. -

t. .O.MEMMISQEUJR.,,. W. D. CASH that Manatee: county can l IH>oa>t sixteen joint* high and which pay a reasonable tax for t'uPl'or'tingEd1UOh of Mr. Holden l 13 to be dedicated' by a fitfulrtd, That a copy of the proceedings .... '
k of two Sheriffand it arc K\ircely above the Such have children of thu ni .vling be forwarded to the Sus- .. ;
t ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR.: DojHity was one mammoth average. though they no "hon.. on, .- the--- li--n--" ;tt.t. _r.tvn Tntni'vc.* fur nIlMi""I.n. .; _
of these gentlemen who was our traveling cane at this early stage of of their J- no ------- --- M -- --- 'r' JI
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-.' TAIPn A. Auctioneer ctmpauiQII1111 who we will: call the miwui' amounts( to uot much loss own. so voou as the roof is Elhinglcd. .There being uo further business the l: : _

.-' Jfcay.Office TlUBO-E UuiUing.J ''Ii ; ANDCommission -, "Sandy/ as wo mayhave omision to \\bu\ freak of nature. Mr. Hou h'i :.Iet there be light. Information 'The late spell of dry' weather retarded meeting adjourned.iKX,'**"-' *: : -

: < M. ELLIS. refer t.): him nga lr. in the course of sucwav; as a farmer has awakened} is wanted with i regard to the free the work of potato planting D. J. W. hONEY Chr'm.-: : ..

; Merchant tbi. .let hr. Upon ttepping on hoard some interest: among otl.er lll.J'rel- schools in this county. How many considerably, but did no visible harm D. D. MArION, ScC' 2. .-.. :: '

k ATTORNEY AT LA' the steamer' we were "ratified at tiers than he, and wo' doubt not that distiict schools aro there ? How to fruit hCl. Now that the min has l.po -: ._
D. DEALER IN meeting with our 'ttt her BlierliT, ; : who his example will bo imitated by month in the the Ft. Green Democratic Club. .
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Ship Chtunlleru, (triH'crlcst$, 1'ro.: was the only! jKiAScnpfcr on board b.,- others: : many year fallen, we arc, in nil respectsiunM- ,
; vitiionxr Crockery tlliis* Tin nittlJ furc'otir arrival. Thus we were tish- From the best t information that we schools in session ? Do yoU publish! clu1"I' We, the Democratic"otcrs of Ft. S

TAMPA, FLA. I firtl it-arc, 1'a us fi (Ji iL.i, Fit ml- an annual report that each Green District, feeling that the truo
have ,
i. Will practice in all the Court* of thU tare, Stationery, .('r, mil iiUo the august presence of two t'oulllJlthcr, we : come to. the so family :.Bad colds and sore eyes ate the two .

: FuteainfDic U.S. Circuit and IHsttia t KE'Y"W'"EST PIJJ_ Sheriff! without a, mUlC'HL'rnin: ; conclusion; that the great j-etwsitiouul: can: have a copy? evils that now nlllict .us ; but even happiness and prosperity of our families .

) Court; for the Southern Dilrict of Florida. to enable us to nerve ourself fur; tho and deceptive project, that of opening' : llm-pectfully, C. A. far from and fellow citizens all over the .; .7
-, ." Office MMith witit comer U'juhingtou and i Corner Front .% Duval 1rt''t., emergency. After getting well out It canal from -jiloosahutcliio river It thtyaro being rife ; otherwise "

.ic. Franklin. etrveU. P.0 box 31. ,r@aMn! Mw & Ship S: likes some of POPASII. July 17th, 1880.KniToi the health of our section is per country depends upon a true and genuine .

K.-1IONHAM .hnrt XvtiEU1JI.lX{ /- in ptaiH&iou 111' the information South Plot tb' modern I L I U. U;':. f d. government, nnd that a true and ..
OCOTT ['lU Never
: hUN-:: having .
r that hi: wl ollit of passengersamounted have, if not entirely disbanded! quietly The mullet arc seasonably fat, and genuine government depends upon tho -. '

1 'ATTORNEY AT LAW & VKTSBURG.Wliclessle to two Shirilti lull onenewspaper I retired from the field of active ope seen anything from Popash in your o.too arc the JUli-eatoM generally.A succcss'of the Democratic party; wo ", J
i 4 cormjioadcnt, that is ration'e Iwo never been:: : columns! and noticing Items from other
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0' ( among
; FOLK ('. FLA. few have united ourselves in one body as
DealgR i iIi'y in what they tlubl}od the writer in u I those! who tloulit) the jiraclictibility or portions i of this anti adjoining counties of the 1 ladies: of Pinellas are .
Will practice in all the CoorU of South truo DcmocrnL", to be known as tho'r
Florida.Attorney'at. joke), at t thlb t the. (l''apt. manifestedgreat pOK-iibtliti/ thU enterprise, nor do we we hand you a few Items such as. bleaching,the scales: of redfiah and j.
__ _ _ I Ft. Green Democratic Club, and wo .
cielldlt1111( for the'm
c !! tiienne) >s time working : up into artificial flowers -
question and} potency of we have and if thiuk them
) power worthy -
SPAItKM.ANi Goods, Xotions'&c.. the late: of his "wesel"on. aeeount of you t for head dre& expect to do all that b within our, t tIwer
: .- G.ll. money when wisely invested), and] of publication, act accordingly, if .
having Jwnttea lard :
-v- so many cu ; it: for the promotion of our _.
a late of -lemons government.
SAVANNAH GA. I nth happy to -.iy that nothing of a guided .by the light of science ; but we not, consign as you free fit. shipment to .

Law, ---_. .triiti, _,_ _11:11 n_U_.I'"_ fll'I'IIIT'1._._. __. ,.. confess our iniliUitv_'n'.n.: __ 'l"k_l___ _t iorwiml__ ".___ Popash: ; is situated on tho wire road New York by one of our citizens, the The proceedings were as follows. .

.. AND DAVEiV"ILS: >N'. The} btearaer Sj>it Fire ii a staunch with f fond anticipation :and .<-e the 23: miles south of Ft. Meade and is freight charges ate up the profits, notwithstanding 1st. A nrimarv meeting was held L

;: SOLICITOR. IX CUAXCK11Y, OJ TaUalintcc Fii., with little l"
d T.U1l'H...\. ply the- present: demand: alorg the its titan those from Sicily 1 This shows were elected, (President, and Becretiiry '
t bushels of rice
Will Practice in all the Courts of Houih. Flu H. Myers & .Bro. coast. Sho! is mastered nnd i j-artlv yielding filly j>erj the line ; it budding now'aI will that from ), to hold a general meeting on .
shipment the Mcditeranean .
p owned 1'CHIt. i"s I acre, and fulfilling i in:> other bloom *
% P. Xelson: who i j many re- soon.We the 'J3nl day of July, for the purpose I '

s: M. SPAKICMAN, WHOLESALE DEALERS INTobaccos one of the most cl1"r tic, enterprising; I ;.ccts the rose-colored pictures of somuenthusiastic arc to have a drygoods cstal- ire cheaper than ours, and that fruit- of permanently organizing. A corainitU'C .:':

gentleraciT: with whom we ever nift.:- I writers ; and all such lishment at an early day, conducted growing in. .America'ou't pay under was appointed to draw up con '.' .
p-1 JATT011SEY' AT LAW, His steamer mas regularly from Fort such! distressing extortion 0 for stitution and by-laws. C. .
0 I word-pictures of time so-called Everglades by an old and cx criciiccd business a ; '
:: ; AND My"rs[ i to Fort Ogdf-u) ; l loaves OgdcnVe [' railroad The inmutos of tho meeting of tho ). "

I 'OI4CI2OL. IX"TAMPA CIT.tXCEl:r. \ .Iies'laya and! ret u ins from Jlytrs i i bat betrays an ignorance ofi nun who Ls able to supply tho wants 23rd, were as follows.. -- ..,"..'.. .

_I / : : FLA. Cigars & Liquors. Monday[ *, t touching, at Hu-kory) Blulf i i! the real nature and topography! of the of tho j eople. The guava uevtl not be shipped, 1st, the Itou.sc was called to onier" ':_11',-)' ..:c.$
till Practice in all the Courts of So. Fli. and i'unta Ituseii, and with save in concentrated form, by the
i ; ', connects : section of country in question.! The weather i is exceedingly warm by the Chairnan. -7:' \

m '. ': f SavaiinnliGco.. tho mail steamers at the latter place.Under ) I The time was now approaching, with frequent showers. manufacturer, and ho will reduce 2nd, the meeting was opened with '//j. -. 1 .prt1iyer.
B.WALL, tho present system of"-teamhoattransportation } ,
them ..
-J. Orders sol icitt.'l. Promptly Filled- amiatwfjction when we must bid adieu U Ft. Myers, The past mouth has been favorable to jelly and marmalade here, y "

-'ATTORNEY AT LAW GUAILVNTKKD. pCI"I'OIlS'iitin (thoIVacc those t-acred of' friend after he fyu paid for them. This brings 3rd, The Constitution and by-laws ;1 .
: Cretk or Caluosahatcluo: scction "quit retreats for potato planting, and too farmers read ". q. .
r _, _.___ were by thOccreiaryandadopt- /
,,., AND u -*, meet with no difficulties or vexatious ship" mae(' fragrant by memories of have taken advantage of it,, tho resultof tho long neglected guava to tho front ed. ,i -
g 1S-V delays: with which they have: departed The mail boat which is an the best paying fruit. Lb A the .
NOTARY PUB Lie.I had years. was large potato crops growing speech was rpatio by .

':'. TAMPA, FLA. Wm. HONE &CO. heretofore We arrived at to Punta encounter.Kasa at 0 the first to return to Hickory Blurt] *,- I finely. Owing to the drouth tho corn N. Hou. J. \S Heudry which Vas heard '-.. ,. .
p. .r much and Iowand then .
\ pleasure
Will practice in all the Bute Court and WHOLESALE lEALEKS IXWKES m. whew another delay until 10 tho a small sailing craft, on which we crojw in this vicinity aro light.Dcmpsy Violation of tho Mabbuth.MR. a cheer of solid raps was he lJl.U : r t t'ith
die Circuit and District of the
I u Courts following morning"bupervcned.. ThU "shipf-ed," of course the winds and D. Crews Sr. is just .
recovering EDITOR the house and .
: 3 failed);tati* for the Southern District of ( LIQUORS AND SEGARS : over every penoa .
y* ... was caused to make: the connectionwith tides were adverse, anti we passed: : from a severe illness of several The followers of John seemed to say within his heart hurrah ."

AND tOLE AGENTS FOH .- the Lizzie Henderson: ] ,, and HI i' through nn ordeal which: tried titan'st.oul I days. Ho was 75 years old yesterday, Wesley profess to be a "peculiar co- for the Democratic party, all over'the. :'t
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;b 1t' :1\-lli {S, I AURORA USER BEER, to give time." During to discharge., our atny a load at .that off I I"JTanters. :!. as well :as his patience. The I the 'J'Jnd July being hu birthday. pIe, zealous of' good works." The United 5th. A States movo America and a second; -, .:J"

In Half DarnlisQuaitcr liarrcli", Ponicn place: we passed} off the tu&, > at Mt-ing:: I: Capt. of this craft vvv: a.ntitciakc of .j lie has a sister 'Ji i yean older than Missionary Baptists say that no one made, that our Club should have was a ;: .

ffillTED( STATES COHMISSIONEK,, and 1kttle4. what little thtro \\a.i to lieccu ; this i j, the J great SirValur I :'eott.J The first I' him: >elf. Mis. Sophia; Whi ,len, she uirt the right to take the Holy Sacra- banner, which. was carried by the ,.'

: Notary Public SAVANNAH, GEO. we wero enabled} to accomp'Wi \\ijhi i: I unite was a !lad who had ju-t entered lives in thi:.vicinity, is hearty, healthy meat except the members of their bou t. >.., ; ,

-. .-. -. but little exploration. Two large his 'teens whose name i 1s Stephen and hale, bidding fair to live several ch1 rc11.Ve are holier than that, (him, committee was appointed to .
-ANn- LAX 4llr\cs. Spanish steamer and several: ("mailervessels : banner for the club. ..
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c ; JUSTICE OF TIlE PEACE, ,'- --=-- ___ 'I : 1 were }lying t there I awaiting to Alexlu.lrSullh' and myself besought years yet. Ktwitlistauding their opportunities procure 7th, Permanent officers( were' noniVico .
MA.Jf.A15"1LOIlLD WM. C. Buowy, -J JJ K. .sViw( LEY I receive their cargo i\f cattle for the him with! all thb\ argument'at Politics is somewhat raging here. I md their profusion' are great, yet naicd and elected (Presidents, ,. .

; -S. Lc lln' ; 'mento drawn and acknowl- Brown l & S\yingley Havana market.: our command to.trnn.-i 11 6 nautc, Tho ancock, IHoxham ail Davidsou tlit-y I'eudlnurc time on the Sabbath 'm.tlcnb. Secretary and Vice Sea), '

tii: .d : Attention given on demand to gtat- "Uuclo Jake" Stunmcrlin owns and and. claim: to 1 W a lineal Ueccndant} ) of ticket is very palatable, and tho talking about their worldly lusiucss, Sth a general meeting of tho club ,
1* eraI buMneM nsquiremcnU of non J'CI :. controls the cattle facilities :
]ammoclr and pine land adajited to the Land Agents, at the Point, and runs chipping m connection :)j tho great (;leorgia* Statesman.: This I people} can't think of the names of tltopjM.ing : than they do talking about the religou was appointed to be held tit Yi; Green : '

k ( uav*and, Orange, Lemon.well Lira.' Mango, T..JII..1.- '- -j'l#( lrlJ.', therewith a largo hotel. Mr.l Sum. !{|I he emphatically declined to do, nnd I : candidates', consequently! of Chri t. The general rule is on lUh Saturday An: the 14th, day of August. ;: 1
Olive Banana am a* to PineA- intervening 'meeting was
:i plei. Early V qetablel'ltiee' and 8-jgw] "V\7"1LL pive "I-'Cial! attoiuion to all merlin i is among the wealthiest !!!, with some show of indignation, informed I l\>i>:uh is respectably I Democratic. for them to alembic a half hour before apNMitcd| to I be held at Horse Crock

Cane, iI male! in lot from one to one tlious- Yl bu"ino jilact l in tlu-i. li-Mi-I-t in men of the State, a th.rouhin {{ us, once for all, that ho would ;, aDd *crts on rel7 reasonable tcnun. the line or tn.l m.-llinc KILVL KS-, "live man" full of "business, j I I\\'o I .
buying i, loquacity
-t [ 1 I ( tltioifH relation who had. few Ho had tho 31 t. of .
TATE:, LOCATING; HOME KTFAD.S and :I and fun. I any : days go. a sheetof nany: calves .have been marked! and : dry July. .': ; "

k ..;.1.- '. I .r:', I'RtJo; n'TIOXI', wakius Milrien of But we must not overlook! the fact, I ever l>een sent to Congress or the |>cuj -: somu kind, he said contained the I how many bccvt have been od! since 10th, The meeting was adjourned. f.
; P.r.Ua. i ne I **ul =' 1 STATE: L.tlc. "(.. &:. in lIm..lIrouh! while detained j' itemiary. .\. M. W. I II life (temi.-J&s. A. Garfu-ld.; Hut thc loot Come up gentleman and'felloc1t.. .. .- :; -
that then
4 0" .Ltl..M w.Si." X ant the adjoining (wutie. Sj'':ial rtfcrcnce -I we were : the I j i WeI I j appointment. They :tdjouru izens and rally to our baniicr.II. : i.t
i- .-r, C".J.W.II iven when! rriirt !. -f'' Point,'Sandy wis as,4J3ou.-.ly l cayiffi-J .Miakli.. F! ritl.t.I' know it di 3 not from the fact that it L( ( for .prtacliinsr. They meet I 11. Ciro.Sc. -
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.":".-,.-. -" "4lSS\i! .. rJUBUlE".. The iwxt Republican-. meeting :thatu -maintained in order..that labor may prospeousand not because of any Dr. CowRlH Defines His Po lt1oD. Orlando .Reporter: "Theroi 3 -An insurgent Cuban General and

: i <-. -r --:, H U I held heaexwo hove that'.our"contemporary be lightly burdened and that all persons thing done by these federal office Tho Republican has endeav- growing ou the grounds of 8. 4. Robinson forty or his- followers! .escapee!.from ; I

....,....": ..':",.it...t., ;': "'fl!.i'....-a..y.',..... .,-.. .''..:,;-<.'.1-) ,.Iot"'E'A.'t'fNi -._-.-.", : will.be specIalIyinitea&it.about teem ,to.be of may be protected in their rightsto holders. The country is comparatively press Esq., an oleander which bears Cuba to Ilaytt in small vessel.. -
": ., :.; < very ranch put oat .not knowing ored to make that at tho recent *
.1 jit appear
'. ,,", N ,'. """i i"-I' .,.. .. die last meeting that wan J e1d. Query, the fruits of their owu- industry. \rogpcrous ; not because of them ( both pink and white blossoms.. is While there their money and property -
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:'j'f'1',.Gt1i.I.r > 1. ..U--.U'" 1880. why in it that the TKIBCKE w diMatufird The time has come to enjoy the substantial but in spite of then This contest is, meeting at Palatka, every difference a novelty, and is tho'result of bud. was confiscated, and they Trere ordered -
.If ". r R-t at the 6th Resolution pawed at the meeting benefits of the reconciliation in fact, between the people- endeavoring was adjusted; that Conover answered ding ono variety upon the othcr.! ] to Ic.'we.tltc. country, which .they

'>_:./>,'t1. ,. ,.'G.1 JIIEIVA1VCBlOCRAflC. TICKET, ., held Arthur:for?' ,the I ratification fearful Garfield that and as one people-, Wo have common I to remain in political power which satisfactorily Dr. Cowgill'a -Harry Graham, a colored man diil on board of the'mail steamer from .
our neighbor some
."w V > JT.f 1'1'"- =-- $u% %'*"-Js. k. :_ .:;J__ 5' -- .' Bepnblicant will vote the Bloxham ticket? interests. Let' s encourage. the harmony rightfully belongs to them, and to.restore charges, and ,that the latter expressed i well known iu this community, was Hayti bound for New York, and were,
'I j't."'' and our a simple economical constitutional l:1ndett.on Turk's Island. They were .
rivalry ,
-7i-.o c : -9 artWi*. generous among pure, himself satisfied and would thenceforth I waylaid and stubbed bv another man
1V.jfz& AiSSi?* J,'" J'01U.aEStD t as man-of'
Our contemporary must know that own industries which will revive our government of our f fathers near Whites villo in Marion( county closely followeel by a Spanish -

iff : WlNFlEtDS.HAHCOCK., languishing merchant marine, extend on one side, anti a hundred thousand give Conover hU support. The Sunday and has since died. Tho assassin war, which arrived at the island short- -

; ; Jf..f'f/fflf'j\ -. .f.f" "OF'PElOtBYLTA1QA- it-,is enough to put a' newspaper man our commerce with foreign countries, federal office-holders and their buck- following letter from Dr. Cowgill, has not been arrMed.-Banner.Tho Iy after the Cubans bad landed, and -
., ;:, 5 .";:L1.L"F ., ".., ." '"";' '4..,il.'.zncEp2ESTDF.'T"".;-.-.j e ,.' pout not to know that 30 .important asM3t our merchant, manufactories: en, pampered with place and power published in the Sttn m: "''' iI' 'J to::..,..: <' -- 'i event as u party ratification meeting and rroduccrb' to develop our vast i and deter mined to retain thorn ,at all Gainesville! Jic( saya there u up, which the Governor of Turk Island '
1 -r- ; morning will set this matter in its true
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in the .
a cplit Republican
r.V' .et.' < the hazard tho other hence the party do. The affair has
< held in his 1 without his natural resource, and increase : on ; constant refused to
iijj ) ,. W&B town I
1')_ 4 Sftv' ." :, *.*- W.B..QG14SfI, t
.. ,-. .. light : Ahichua, Walls ana Dennis
+ "- nud of t of and county. caused excitement. .
JpT *"- prosperity happiness our pronle. assumption new dangerous soma

.",-i,.=.-'fr. K_?.. "...;(. r.'ti\J..t..-.".".brjTOUSAi.t3a .. n .'. ; knowing anything about it. Wo are I elected__ _w_ I_ shall____f with Divine powers by tho general government OUANUE MILLS, FLA., July 24. are arrayed against crch oth r. The NEW YORK, July 30.-Qtxmre M.Branscom >
;, .' .. '.f .1"t. ;. not particularly dissatisfied with the : latter appears to.have the advantage '
". .. -. .aorlaoiwith what ability I possess under the rule of the Republican par Tho report of tho Republican meeting of Jacksonville; Florida, s
.:;'-;cgr*,0-,.T';'Ft ...".,::' "..,. .FOR ooYEn on 6th.resolution except' to its being to discharge my duties with fidel ty. The effort to'build up what they held at 1'alatka, contained in thtu far. Dennis will not swallow was arraigned in the Tombs police .-

: : ;N.': ,-. '-1,.' ', !.ll. xlll'r rather'vague as to. what course the ity according to my conviction, anti call a strong government, tho interfer. your paper, was not ecu by mo until Biabee.The court this afternoon for alleged Cory v
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t'.;. '.L' *:! ': -'-*. '," .;. ;cr, 5 Republicans will pursue, from .which shall take care to protect and defcnd ence with home Irule and with the administration last evening. I wish to refer to aud Jacksonville Union paysMr. of bonds, estimated to" represent I -
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-G.r't J..,'*J?=i.P-e >'rJ .. -. the Union and to see that the laws be of justice in the courts of comment on the following sentence : i J. II. Abbott proposes to erect in iu the aggregate from 8135,000 to
WoO infer road for left
;.w t .'., -:. ti,t 7." ,JUNOVEtXOfl. f a retreat was faithfully wad equally executed in all! the several states ; the interferencewith "And yet after the Senator (took the front of his rvsidenu-ea stall Go It OOOO, nud designated as Sanitary h

.f ; .- \.-:::.f.'MH':'' : J.. W., '-BETHEL open should party pressure bo sufficiently parts of the country alike. I will assume the elections through the medium stand and made his reply, which was feet high, to be surrounded by a cap Iinprovcoient Bonds of Jacksonville

,' F.I.',' I.,44.p'l. : --rt. :*: '- 'JJE- fosr.oE.- exercised by the machine._ To the I'C'pllnsibiJit.y fully sensible of paid partisan federal officeholders I so completely satisfactory to the audience liberty. A largo and handsome which were in his possession. Bran- I -. -

; "" ':: 'i':; : r" "v j.:'rrN' '.'":. ... '- get Republicans to vote for our State of the fact that to administer rightly interested in keeping their assembled, Dr. Cowgill said ho flag will wave therefrom, bearing ou scorn waived further examination. "
,: : the functions of the i is to in and caring more for should not hereafter make further one side, tho names of Garfield and .
-i { ;i' <: < "':TOB OWGRH5S 1st DISTRICT : ticket is an:object for which wo are government party power any Affidavits were made by Chief of Police I
i "" ,!. ':;.-. .: ''D''n'.UII.'vrnun.' discharge the most sacred duty that that than for fairness iu elections in opposition to the ex-Senator." Arthur, and ou the reverse those of Cooper, of Jacksonville, and Arthur -
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earnestly laboring happy
Bloxham ar.d Bethel.
"r _i-9-' :i can devolve upon} au American citizen.I fact, the constant encroachments This embodied as a part of the report Rverson. of Brooklyn embracing .

i., "; ;.:.:''''::' 1-.1".'..:.".",-, .,.>-'-: .- ',OP. 'OAD6DES. indeed, ,to have them signify as am, very respectfully, I which have been made by that party of thu meeting gives the impression -Mr. A. G. Cuvttlo, for a long the'fects of the forgery. In reply -

o'r i ;.. .: .; -- :2(1" much if they propose doing it, as thou V,'rQ'IEJ.l1: S. HANCOCK. upon the clearly reserved rights of the that I stated publicly that I was tiiue purser of tho City Point and to questions the ;prisoner stated he was j

". .'1' ''."' '.:': X ,;:; ;FOR. CONGRESS DISTRICT I. wo wculd know better how to directour To John! \V. Stevenson, President i people and states will, if not checked satisfied with Dr. Conover'a explanation steamer St. Je hn-,*, died this! morning a native 1/YirJ.'PmianJ denied ho -

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c : .. "...' K : J. : CO ).., campaign. Chairman, and others of Committeeof a irovernment limited powers created further} opnoition to his election. I young man about thirtytwoears of was held in'$3,000 bail nud tho papers -
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:if _''lI': \." .. .-.' ''. ,: -_ .i According M to the Key there National Democratic Convcutiou. by the father, and cud in great made no rejoinder to Dr. Conover's ago, suul leaves a wife and one child. were sent to the district attor :

.f -M; : PRESIDENTIAL. demonstration. the consolidated central government, reply to my charges against his Re- llii funeral will Like place this evening ney's oflicc. Being unable to furnish -

1-j = ,." .. 'FOB STATE AT IJLROETr : was a gnuid on. The Letter of tho Aomtiieo for strong, iude'cd' for evil and the overthrow pubfican record, and his action as: at six clock, from the Cathedral bail Branscoui was locked up in the

.-.., ..f"' --".< 'I'J.c'I; ';. ". -.a&MUEL: P.C occasion of the visit of IIou's. W. D. the Vicel'resideitcy.INDIANAPOLLS republican institutions. The State Treasurer. Privately I told of our Lady of Perpetual Hope.-.- Tom ;
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'. ".i"1i1 -', ';""-. l'(. : :_ _" -- Bloxham, It. II. M. Davidson, ,E. A. wise men who framed our constitution Dr. Conover that irauy Republicans timnaA; Iticonhr, 2th "kil. lThe disaster to the forces
> < : :: .1'U1'EI.Y. July 30.-Hon. W.
""' .' ,: : W. Call to that knew the evils of a strong government were not satisfied with his explanations ] -G. M. Bnuij-com of the firm of
.j': < .. :.:, .;:' HUSSELL Perry,.. city on 24th : English tnxustnitteii the following by the annihilation of Gen. Burrows t $1 -
.. A' and tho long continuance of political and that we should not vote for
: G. M. Branscom fe Co. -
fired command Afghans
Candahar the
A t.. ; ,.'.<. OFJPUVAU ult.. Salutes were and grand : letter of acceptance of his nominationas orange at by 1 -
in the hand knew -
.;' -'.:," ; power same : They him ; but, as l' had presented my and couimis>iou merchants of under Kahn has
I .' ... ;. .,.r55:.. :. nroesIrni. took .nbc th ranch Inn candidate for tho Vice-Presidency Ayoob caused -
.> ..' & ----- -- ---- ---- -----0.- --- there was a tendency in this direction views concerning him, and had referred Florida arrested
; : : J: ): _AS.. Mann llcrn&ndouanty made to the committee of notification today Jacksonville was the greatest excitement throughout .
ALTl streets.' Speeches in all and
were facts and documents accessibleto
governments consequeut to
1 with
New York 30th charged
at July the British The
: : C.:L. Anderwrn. Yolneia j Jo -
'';'' \',,:- 1.' ";: .. FIB; DiETBJCT -J. E.yongc,mDly.E. c&uibiacounty. by the different gentlemen, which. tho : iNDiANArous, July] 30. I danger to: republican institutions from all, that I intended to make no tho forgery ot Jacksonville Sanitary have: dc\'otclll\cling editorials to tho
.. 1.:, : that; course, and took pains to guard further demonstration him
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against bonds
K effect.
4 says produced good GENTLEMEN : I have now the hon Impro\emcut representing one situation as it now exists in Afghan- -
.' ', .'..'; : -AL11U.n-B. Wall,. IliJLborough l :* r or to reply () letter of' the 13th against it. The machinery of a strong but would leave the issue m the hands hundred and thirty-seven thousand istau. Iu tho House of commons and

'..:--k-. ..'. i .,.. Hancock's Letter of Acceptance.EW instant your that I centralized general government can of the voters. This declaration was dollars, drawing interest at the rate of the House of Lords the subject is dia-
SBCOJTD DITRxCTT. informing inc was
r! .- Alnchaa be Used to the same set of in accordance with thu intention
fmg perpetuate cx- 8 cent annum. The arrest >. Reinforcements have been
per cuSt.
county.ALTERSATI Yor July 30.-The following ] unanimously nominated. for VicePresiilent in l per
: : :: _" P,Cooper,Duraicounty.. I of tho United States by the late men power from term to term, until pressed to my associates before, the was made by Detective Pinkertou, ou ordered to tho scene of tho disaster. -
,: ': '. .. is Hancock's letter of acceptance Democratic National Convention it ceases to be a republic, or u such meeting, as my health is so precarious information received from an attache The fate of Caudahar, and the hopes

-. .I'- :_ only iu name ; and the tendency of that any mental or physical excitement of the .iglc.Vhcn arrested -
; ;' i : all for a County which assembled at Ciucinuutli. As Brooklyn eta speedy settlement of Afghan affairs
.:?- Dcmottc GOVERNOR'S: ISLAVD, N.Y. July 29. foreshadowed in tho verbal remarks the party now in power in that direction is followed by days of great dis ho confessed thu whole scheme, havebeen, dissipated and a slate
: 'Cut.Uon shown in various besides
GENTLEXEN I have tho honor of as ways, comfort. giving all-tho details of his rascally of general gloom over the ill
: ;.' A : to made by inc at the time the delivery manifested prospect
; ..CVet o De williBgnetu recently Hy Permit me,' however, to ask you, transactions.GCXmtAL. manifistetl in all the bearing 0-
; erDt acknowledge tho receipt of letter of j-ou letter I have now to dupatcEe
', n Pn Jour say number of that elect
a largo party to Mr. Editor how the difference of .
i held in ,. .23th S tho l It ia .
i CIY11 of July 13tb, 1880, apprising me formally that I accept the high trust with a re. President unlimited number of on subject. though, .
A.D.iSSOCarlhfl a au opinion exists between aud Dr. N1mVS.The
: dy.o Au jwipoM: of JBjftnoounation to the officeof alizing of its and you however, by some of the journal that
.' tense ,
.: candidate terms is and mo'IUt.ti
represent quito apparent, t Conover iu reference to his having bark ILYuod
received -
the first of the afEiir have
President of the United States and for the honor telegrams
-f I : the 30th District of Florida am grateful fv the th'mViiif. iwonln that. the
induce him 36 miles
i 82,000 to to
', -n----J --- -'---- &' -- --- give has arrived at quarantine, been and detail
the National Democratic COdvention'lately tho nominationupon exaggerated, are -
R- : .,. the next LegWatare. conferred. 1 accept time has when it --1'--1 bo; l'afcstalHI -
::4 ; 21.:To nominate two candidaten t Assembled in Cincinnati! I the platform of principles adopted come up his candidacy against Stearns in below Mobile, from Havana, with yellow looked for with much anxiety. Gen. L I
best for that l be retired.
rp jwirty to 1870 ? Dr denied board.
;. resent llilkborongh county in accept the nomination with a grateful by the convention, which I cordially Couover positively lever on Burrows is known to bo safe. 11 <
But in encroachments .
I ., : Awembly Ill presumed
e? : .r Stt.j' } -Th German Government has o-
: of tho confidence audI it DKNVEK Coi- Santa F '
repoacd .
: 3d. To transact that appreciation approve ; accept quite as the general the July 29.- .
government reserved which I made
; .:,_- .::... may properljr come atotr I. \iD in me. The principles enunciated by much because of my faith in the wis rights of the people upon and states, thority. You partly will doubtless upon your au expelled from the country some Mormon advices to the Tribune nY' advice* -. .
remember -
;: / > ''-. The Primary meetings '. be held at tho convention are those I have cherished demand patriotism of the great rftatet I wish to I Iw distinctly understood as Mr. Conrad of Crescent missionaries who we-ro makingpruselte3 from Mexico state that on the 211t -

f : ; ;..! favoring by and in the of
<. '". 'Repnwcntatlrcs ( &the Prd topMtttttouiJutho futuro. The thir- same" ticket for President of the United proper of the I City, myseH' presence Tho total lo-a of life by tho earth 370 cavalry nnd 150 infantry uf r'
". -; "- :: precinct Ko.1: 1 ; .. ,, general government powersrightfully Mr. Eagau. that Dr. Couover had received
Deu teenthfourteenth and fifteenth amendments States. His eminent services Miuilla iu the Plullipiue Federal of Mexico attacked
at :
quakes ,
V.- 7tl j 9=:6, belonging to it, and 1 under 8 ,OOO cash and a note for 82- troops : ."
102 of the Constitution of the his his fidelity to the constitution Islands U etimaUHl three hundredand the under Victoria about .
r- 9.." 'l' 1. hich ,allows one country ; the constitutiou encroachments upon 000 more to be paid Stearns became Apaches rr.
:- _. 20 votes fraction thePrecinct United States the resultsof Union and laws his clear including two hundred miles.from Old: \ Fort
; ; e or .over cast a embodying ; per tho constitutional rights of the general Governor and at tho same time twenty, forty Quitman.
:: :. ',{ .* at.last election.JOHK. the war for the Union Are inviola- ception of correct principles of government interference with the you Chinamen. Time fight wad indecisive. The Mcxi- .. -
; governments, or told that would have
.c- c_ : .i{;. '. Ch'm._ Dem. Co.P. \Au ble. If called to the Presidency, I i as taught by Jefferson ; his proper exercise of its powers, must be Stearns for you Governor had supported he not -The Democrats of the Third Con cans loot three men killed and tea: -. L Lhort's.

_. j< :;::'.:. ,-Wit. C..Baowy. Ex l"m. should deem it my duty to resist with scrupulous care to keep the militaryin carefully avoided. Tho uuion of the refused to make an official gressional trict of Virginia have' Tie Indians lost four warriors ;

-. .;; i '., S. ----- all of my-" power, any attempt to impair strict subordination to the civil authorities states und!-r the constitution must be legal for your advertisements.C. paper nominated George D. Wio to represent nUll six horses. Ou the 26th the Mexican .

4'r' :";-.,:: -..,. je We do not think that there or invade the full force and ; his high regard for ch'illib- maintained, and it is well known that paper A. COWUII.L. the district in the Fortyseventh I f>rco again attacked the.Indiana "- .

; .-: : effect of the Constitution, which in erty, personal rights and tho rights of thus has always been the position of C ngrL"iS. iu Pino Mountains, about fifty tuiU

t :- e. -aa ,& time w1 C the people every article section antI amendmentis property ; h l acknowledged ability in i both candidates on the Democratic Census lie turns. General Phnyre has been instructed from tlHdine.ftcr a-Jong tight the .

;-jt-;..- --V--- .- should b nUJr: careful .in selecting the supreme law of the laud. The civil as well as military affairs ami Presidential ticket. It is acquiesced By the recent enumeration of inhabitants by the English.Governmeut; to colUct Indians re-tired. Their loss is unknown. P
; good for Constitution forms the basis of the his pure and blameless life, all point in Thu Mexie'aas: lost six killed. Colonel
: ,.competent men legislators everywhere now, nnd finally .and wu have tho follow iug reports what force ho cau and march to Cuudaluir -
-; ; ,::: We need men of self- Government of tho United States. to him ns tho man worthy of tho confidence forever settled oa one of the results of : and a brigade }has been telegraphed Yallcs intends to follow and .t-- ." .
; 0.. individualy. The granted by it to the I leg of tho people. Not only a tack them again. He u of tho opinion '
jreliant who both the will and powers the war. It i is certain, beyond all IVii&acoIa has a population of 6- to l be sent from Simla.BetoTON -
',0 possess islative, executive and judicial departments bravo soldier, a great commander, question that the legitimate remits of I II from they will try anti get back to New !
industry t think and investigate for define and limit the authorityof wise statesman and pure patriot buta the war for tho Union will not be 740. I' July 29.-A dispatch Mexico, iu which ca>o Colonel Grier-
Fcrnamlma has
c4 ,- themselves; and: whu will not coraplaccntly the general government. Powersnot prudent, painstaking, practical man overthrown or impaired should the Nassau j 2,026 inhabitants. Mount Washington the, says summit suow thereat commenced son and eight companies of tht,Tenth '

deletratctl to the United States by of unquestioned honesty, trusted often county 6,654. l tailing on Cavalry, who are stationed withui forty -.'
: .> ; yield t the ipas dixili of the it ,duties faithful Democratic ticket bo elected. Iu fhillp\ilI___..__" .,_) u IIIH__ :_t,!.;.nn._ ililullitn.llt___._n____._ little Ixtoro) noon to-day, and
: the Constitution, nor prohibited hy with important public miles of their: crossing place, will
: : old political l,- stagers and fossils who that event proper"protection will be Quincy j has; (031.; GaiKleu countyIl.fi.31. continued uimt'st of the lima until 2 ,. :
: :.- to the States, belong to the States respectively to every trust, and in the full meridian given, in legitimate way, to doubtless bo on their trail within a few .
every .
.: have' heretofore dominated in the : o'clock.
or to the people; the general of a ripe and vigorous manhood, citizen native* adopted i'i hour. rkft .r. they cru s. 4 -
or ,
.' ,st. The dUcncumhenuent of the and State governments, each acting ho i is in my judgment' eminently fit- every every section of the republic in' the hUb Tallahassee! 2.t)''(. Lena county a -laj. Gen, W. Hancock, in addition NEW YOUK, July 29.-At 10:30 -

) is one of the tMug which in.its own sphere, without trenching ted for the highest position on earth, enjoyment of all rights !guaranteed by over 19,000. to 1m present dutio-, has bv-en 1:13t night Dr. Tanner wu suddenly :p
Madi-ton 7o(; inlmbitnnU.
: :- lbs Democratic party ha put forth upon the lawful jurisdiction of the tho Presidency of tho United States. tho constitution and iu amendments.A assigned to the exmunand of the Dopartment taken sick. He Oomplaiueti of pain .
: constitute Not j is he the for the Live Oak lays claim to only 400inhabitant of the.South during the tctnporury -
"" "other, a uuicn. This union, only right in.iu sound of honest of : in the ftonuu-h and nnuse-u, and threwup -.
: J-'I
Jn its to be currency money
: ._ platform accomplished, a i t..
'e-. ----- ctfmpriinj the general government place, but the time hus: como when the the value and purchaMiig power corresponding : ith-cnce (f Brig. GUI.: Augur, come thick, mucous ilui f. Much f'
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'thingof: vital importance to South with general powers, and State government I best interests l of the country require sustnlltiall l)' with the Monticello 1,270.. oa detached er\ii'U ia Washington.Tho almaLI ll-lt at first for fear his -
: I I and"West and to assist in I with State for that the which J hl monopolized in have
party Democrats
I Florid powers purposes standard reeojiui/cd 1 by t the commercial -A :. doingtbisSouth. Florida must utilize : local to States is a policy, tho the executive department: of tlu gt.n- I world, and consisting of gold and reduced expenditures i: at lea- jfloO) doctor ia his tin.Mo! condition. Au -

hcrbcitor else Yulecism will foundation of \vhit-h was laid in pro- eral! government tor. the ps-t twehty! silver and paper, convertible into JViw, writing from Cedar OOO.OlW)() within t the Ia.-t uvc.ycars i and Ill'uhlic"aptr! bath wu ordered by

-' : : triumphant the interests of found t wi tluY. This is tho Union years bhould IM- retired. Tho continu- eoiu, will bo maintained.: ; The labor Keys furnishes the following interesting I the I Uepubliv-.tns appropriate this rediiJtlou hu ph\sicians to quicken circulation

ii : .' prove over our fathers made and which has been iviivo of that paity in power four }cai mautiiacturiug: commercial: nnd iicm of information :. nUll urge.it I\i\ reason for and secureif |po s\it>le, free "pewpiratiwH. l -

: .the people. This Fund affords, more- respected abroad and has boeu so longer would not be btnoiieial the business intcrtstti of; the country willie "But then to change the subject, tho election of Garlic-Id. After taking the bath'tho doctor -
t2.y:: ;- ..overiuitaprescntztatealotofgotdc ; beneficent at home. Tried by blood public or iu acc m1\U"c with the spiritof I favored and encouraged in every Fort )t'l>rs, during tho Seminole war -The action of Tammany: in withdrawing spoke of f.-cliiij better aud after a '

: ::- : ; b" : ( ;.: ;picking for lawyers and court officers aud fire, it elAiuli to-day a model form I our Republican itislitutioLs. The i legitimate ', toiling millions of our of IS.)6 anti 18o7 was the military tho electoral tiekct! which few minutes lay down and fell asleep. ,,

-- -- of free popular] government political -; laws or'entail have not been fwmel own people will be prote-cted from the the field and heartily At midnight htttwas, rating -\ _
I --: .a veil a political f "ontc all of homo of our next PiYsuleut. The they h: placed Iii once more -
"- system which,rightly administered, iu our system of government. The dotructivu competition of the Chinese house in which his daughter was horn I accepting that of tho regulars, quietly, being very ele>scly watched.At .

\hom.may expected t oppe covertly i has been, and will continue to be, the iHTpctuatiou of properly or place in and to that aid their immigration to i it now tho property of James E. Heu- closes the nreuoh in New York And effectively : hail post out u'cl'l\k this morning ,

-y- .. at let i not any y ac- admiration of tho world. May we one family or bet of men, has never our shores will bo properly restricted. dry. The daughter lived until womanhood unites the Democratic partyof Dr. Tanner wasIccbmg quietly, and j. -

; ; -- ;- .,-, -' '.:'. tioa which would deprive them of not say, nearly in tho words of Washington been encouraged iu this country-- and The public credit will be scrupulously bad set iu seal upon her, that State. which u now organized his condition was in no way chaug
f -- .. ::1 their making money at the expense of unity of government, which tho great anti good men who framed maintained and strengthened by :i anti then death marked her for i its fur victory. There cnn bo no reasonable When last taken his temperature was

,-- :; ,( the State.; There are other matters constitutes us one people, is justly our republican government and its rigid economy in the public expenditure -: own. Endeared to the spot by its doubt now that the Democratswill U8 2 5, his pul.: 74 stud his respiration -

-- dear to us; it is tho main pillar in the traditions, wisely limited the tenure of anti the liberty of the people I associations, two years since the State. 16. At 8:30:: ( p. m. Dr. Taaaer
; :4. of vital importance many carry
;,: ruiring'wi edifice of our real independence, support office, and in many ways showed their and property of the {tcoplo will boprotcctetf General Hancock vinitcd Myers and sulwtauco of the drank eight ounces of mineral water,
: Jicads with matured judmet for of our peace, safety.and prosperity disapproval ot lone houses of* power.Twc"Dty by a government of law and collected some t few thing reminders.! demand-The tho South is that it much against the advice of Dr. Miller n

4 'their consideration,. therfor we and of that liberty wo eo highly years of continuous I power is '. order administered strictly in the in- of ono w ho had gouo into the great shall either upon solidly support the Ro- multr whoso care he wan at the

1- : ,earnestly beg the people to take an prize and intend at every hazard to long enough, and has already led to tenets of nil. people, l1lll1fJt of cor- beyond. publie-an party or submit to a soeomlreconstruction. tiiiux He was very impatient and J
preserve. But no form of government invgul.iriln: and eorruptioim which porsit.iiiiand; I re'i1es1u[ reu.t.tto: lake hw bath -' .\
; ; -- ; .interest in their primary and pmilc-gvil ce-c.: ---- As tho PhiladelphiaIhcord J
: ming however carefully devised; noprinciple are not likely to be propelly1 ('XP".lUIIII'r d. not doubt the discriminating jtistiet KTATi: NKWS.Mr. "Tho lnuine3men until: the arrival of Dr. (unn. .
vCounty s<> however found will t the s-ame that Cuvention seur protect party porj of tho and their
> 1 people capacityfor II. B. ( tliod at
: : for men but fitted to the light i of the penplo unless tho i them. Bcidcv, it tliould not bo il>r- iutflligont self-go.eminent ami. iiirgauus of the country have pretty generally NEW, ADVBn rISEME rS. -
Sanderson on 28th ult.Tho made their miutU that tlu _
them. lulmiiiii-tratioii i is faithful and cl ch'llt. I gotten that the four J hut 'yearn of therefore do doubt tin of up *" ,
ecrvo not
success i is Cbr"
It is vita) in held that t cigar factories of Key West way to settle this vexed question to W. S. WARNER &
: -,' a principle our cyst tem power by party w ere procured tho Democratic: tickit. It siicev s l"rc iclcnt." ,
__r.. -': -- .Mir Ve give thU* week tho l letters that neither fraud: nor force must be by elicrCthL'1hlc.mean, and held would bury beyond I resurrection I tho lllrlUll1Cll operation again. elect n I IKmocratic PALM A SOLA, FL.P. \. -

1J- :: -:;--- of General Hancock allowed to subvert. the right of the in lId .\ia'c of the wL-lus of the majority sectional jealousies and hatreds which Savannah rweived the first t bale Brigadier General Evelyn Wo *l, 4 O. nddreiw 1'riidentowB: Fla.

.. \ acceptance. .' people. When fraud, violence or incompetence of the people. It was a grievous have so long IHTII the chief Mock in of this j car's cotton from Florida ou23d who auceuiiij'amuit-.l| l the Elllpn's Eu-:: I A TANUFAlTl'UKIte: .f Yellow Pin., -.

: -.; .iand Mr. W.. II. English. of their, nominations controls, the noblest constitutions wrong 10 every voter anti our tys- trade of pesufiroudemagogue' -*, and :; ult. guiie to XuhiUiid) to \idt the *-]>ot "_lT.l. Cypre'td a.i.t 'ttl.ir Luiulivr, OrLeniun ,
by the Cinciunatti Convention. and wisest laws are ut eles.] tern of scIf' o"ernml'lIt which should ,, where the Prince Imperial met his and all MZi&YtKctaMe L'raten.
: > _Ill n.lilt ltlllT__'n_ \\\\- lll ll4_n i_ lie._ _Hit_ ffl'fctually _n__- Several colored men have 'inincd 1, _
L- General Hancock's letter The bayonet i is not a fit instrument never bo forgotten or forgiven. Manyof ; nnJ ; : : death has written authentic account --
: .: ;.- : is accomplished. It would restore tho Hancock nud Bloxham club in au War, (*>i>rt-Mi aiul i 1'ine; IA". wanted ia
;jj ;': short and to the point, and .that of for colkcting the votes of freemen.It tho men now in office were put harmony and good feeling between all IVnsacola. of the affair a-s viewed from- the any elll\lIliiv i< for which we ]ay CAHII u advlivtry. ,.

: is only by a free vote, a free ballot I there because of corrupt partu-au services nectioii", and make ns, in fact, as wellas independent narratives of eighteen i I'iiu'lla.', ALitia and Little Uanatec -
)' :: "-. .. English is a true and faithful and a fair count, that the people can I iu thus defeating! the fairly and in name, one people. The only During tho last six months tho Zulus who were of thu attacking par !log) men can get the I>cgt 'onh I'ricv.

i. ,- .exposition Democratic doctrine andprinciples. rule in fact, as required by the theory l legally! expressed will of the majority; rivalry then would he in tho race for merchants of KeY(t have paid ty. It i is iuterobting, showing that by._ inliuiK. to_U04. Write !">r },tin'21.

L i These letters should'not of government. Take tho foundation and the hypocrisy of professions of out nG.-'iOG for sponge to the
; :, ; our the development of the material prosperity the young Prince was game ..OlCANCiU GKOVlTrOR HALE. .

-.--. :, only be read, but carefully studied by away and the whole structure that party iu favor of civil service reform -: elevation of labor, tho enlargement -Tho Key says that 1200) head of lost t. and unparallelleil I hcroi-m in thy I "TjlOU :.\LK 'l-y the nuWriher a brautij -
-- falls. Public office is a trust, not was shown by placing such men which ended iu his
I : everyone who wauU to know what a ; of human right, the promotion cattle from the mainland are shipped unequal contest, j fid ,and thru iu: young Orange UFUTO.cuntAiniiii .
bestowed the holders. in otlico and tho whole brood _
bounty upon turning of education liberty there death.
through ten 175 (
morality religion, every days.M. ; Irnitp; Tri-vn i f the choice
.9: LtliojXiuocratic, :," .party. i$ contending No incompetent or dishonest person of federal office holders loose to influence order, and all that would teud to LoNiH 29.It i is reported ; IIWt'vn.'tv' iouiiin Utiring 25 or 30 .p.
; :. -, '-.fur. should ever be entrusted with it or, elections. The moneof the }\CO- make us tho foremost nation of earthin Tanner of Orange county, July : will lK.-ar in alolh'r.n ; ,Uo Urapv .1
f. ', 4p appointed, they should be promptly plQ ,taken out of the public treasury the march human pays ho can make GOO bushols of onions that tho government has drfinitcly decided I Fruit I mon and Citron on the plae. jJ.

: .- :i -The moetata'of Florida must rejected. The basis of a substantial by these men for services often poorly grand progress.) to the acre if he has favorable to Hend out reinforcements to A dwelling house with 4 room*, hall,a.4 .
: I with
_.'. am, great respect very truly India. The has been advised 'LaID extending all around the -
seasons toll them at his farmat Viceroy uaJ. '
: d1 ,DOt foVget that they rill ha.yeto, vote practical civil service reform must performed M all, is being used in vast yours, !. H. ENCUSII.Yulceisin. ; that .''. The authorities kitclun mrul other enithou-s on he '1_-
to pW ,
82 bushel.
by telegraph
:U- : '. ':K.Uie approaching dvctiun upon the first be established by the people in urns with the knowledge and presumed I .. per the Horse Guards Admiralty all (IIUU huit.ling4. Front yanl with) flower 'I
$ ; T of calling a oonfttitutional filling; the elective offices. If they fix sanction of the administration I Henry Stokes, the murderer, was at India office *, laid oil ttetilutly and wiilka l> ll d.- ., )

; J .,., ,C to revise the present constitution a high standard of Qualifications for to control lectiooa, and even members -I Our railroad prospects are tied up, hung at Orlando on 23d u1. Only Treasury and late were lost Water the boxt oa the court Pot- ffie. .

-: :s : of' the: State. Should the office and sternly reject the corrupt of cabinet are strolling about the and we know not when that tic which twelve persons, besides the officials i mum constant consultation within one humlred yards, aloo 2 rtorca. ".

4 1r '. majority of J ie people vote for a convention and incompetent, the result will be country making partisan speeches, instead Mr. Yulee fastened by an injunction, were allowed within tho enclosure highs the dispatch arranging of rl details nforct'm in regard nts. The to of Holtl the and lur.dwvllinp}NH-utT! houmw_-within f t;.C1nUTfc 150..- 5 i_; .

,-, :: by tautimo next year, Flori. decisive in governing the action of of being in their departments at giving him the control of the Internal where he was hung. 7W iu lending editorial and SclitHtU gn h'..rhe hcalthiect spot cViirth.

J- : : > (da will! probably vo.a constitution the servants whom they entruft with Washington discharging the public Improvc"hient Fund, will be untied. -The t niansvillcJ.c learns, that. article Afominy that a Gciur.il Sir GarnetWolseUy S>!.t only to par debt*. The owatrvxp

:, .. .. "'prepared for her, based upon'fIOund the____ annoiutinp' nowcr._ The_ war for duties for which they are mid bv the Certain it i is, Mr. Vuleo exercises (the delegates to Denim' Radical 1 convention urges vU t.> Ii\'u near here balance of lift.
-- ,.-; ; .U .. Democratic principle. .Negligence. tho Union i was successfully closed l eoplc. But with all thei cleveruess great influence in these railroad matter in that to bo suit to Afghani'tau to Fine .Iiin! and yachting, awl ht'OBi t
towu were required take command of the forcePINOH -. in
chief : bay the
Mate Jsccnerr
V : .indifference or, ignorance of the importance more than fifteen years ago. All and ability a discriminating public : ?. Closet him with a committee on I pay an admission fro of fifty could bc- running htre ; grand. 8&r'
: >' of the Constitution of share alikein will no doubt raid between the lines do I.c.4 Col.! July 29.-The* Indian regularly. Price $2000,
,- 'c f. : revising present classes our people must any subject t. and he will more to turu entering the room. $tit: $) tjtsh down, balance ia 3
:;:" mAY'conpfl ll1ie. people of the blessings of the Union aud are of their speechcti.that their paramount cairy his point than any other man. commissioner* held another council hy lml note or mortgage. jean, MCWiil -.

-41 .!. j; Florida to continue Indefinitely under equally concerned, in its perpetuityand hope aud aim is to keep themselves or If iu good faith Mr. Yuleo intends -'fhie Republicans of Alachua: with tli3 Utcf, yesterday. The 1 will ngre-e to wt; out 10 bcariaf Bvwt .-

$; I : 4hc oligarchical system, that "now 30 in the proper* administration of their satellites four years longer in constructing tho road to Ocala, and have nominated lion. Josiah T. Wall latter unanimously refund to sign the Orange Trios SO sweet orange tree 4 jn

;: -: : effectually excludes the people from public affairs. We .are in a state of office ; that perpetuating to power of onward down the I'eninsula, he will for State Senate and L. G. Dennis, treaty, protesting against tho allotment old. and take care of place and Grvf' 1years. .

'- -. tho right to"atlect their local officer profound peace; henceforth lot it be the chronic federal office-holders four by this construction 'satisfy the people. M. M. Lewey, William Trapp and of land in severally, and refusing AddrcM with Rtamp.UEO. r

: : :The make-shift, suggested by the our purpose cultivate sentiments of years longer will not benefit the millions But if it is the old story, to gain time, Georgo J. Arnow for tho ..Assem to move to lilt junction of Guuni- Tampa A ng. Itl1.1JunediD)1a.. L JOSE8 -

.- '- State convention for,the present year, friendship and animosity againstour of men and women who hold no there will l.o trouble in the camp.- bly. MIami Grand river. Tho! conimisiioiurs ,

most not be suffered to blind the people fellow-citizens. Our material interest office, but earn their daily bread by The people will hardly stand another -In excavating on time tr.ick of tho gave them until to-morrow to -, nnual Settlement.O :

.- to the fact that they ara .at the -, varied .aud ,progressive, demand honest industry, i is what the same discerning such pret':urc. In the meantime IV WaycrothS nud Jacksonville railway, decide finally whether they would MONTHS AFTER .

:r mercy of appointing power of the our constant and united effort; public will no doubt fully Understand latka must look out for henclf.-llfT. on tho Florida1 side of the St. Mary's sign the treaty or not, assuring them -a_ will I.rttoent my accounts and DATE toadkcr I I ,

Governor, and dependent upon his sedulous and scrupulous care of the as they will also that it i is oM.' river, a phocphntc deposit, similar to that by refusing to sigu they ran to the onorahle Judge of Probate la-- ,

L judgment aud good will alone for acoeuble -!IA credit together with a wise becauseof their own industry aud -. the Charleston phosphates found. thcriskof, being f'orcctlto leave their and for HilWtorough County for Aaaoal e -

i.;. p--; : ) county officers'-rciisacola: economical management of our economy and (lI l'I bountiful harvest -Gus Pot-darner has been pnrdoued It will prove of immense value to the. reservation without receiving any Settlement of Wm. AohleyV estate. -

i 'Jt Adri government expenditure, should] be that the country is mparatively,: road anti oucr'-1 of the laud. compensation whatever. .1u1722j J,' OHN t 1S'I.. JACKSON.. Executor.t .".- .- -

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:",.""yt1UNNTRIIuNE"J" : .:;. 1'' to- 'Mariner ed government with the present Republican i for the convenience passengers and M SIC Announcemont: 'ExtraOI,di n it..u ;.rojv.r' t-: ; .

'i} : leaden at Ita head. As proving this he express purposes; seven state rooms, ,_ ,- iloioi 'oi .:J iI. : :; '-
.. ._ :Ingoing into Manatee port .LeeUkUkeepthe o .:. .' '. .. '. 'f/
takes in- '
mBE undersigned to = .
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,, .dg..a&n... bud aide. was only Decenary --iI'-. ,mimjm -
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: i the methods retorted to neat the present i room, well fitted out for the ac ready to open a counft of, Music Leona, nampi, Flu.; J lj .18 ;.1 Y

:"HA80; 'C.1 Wanted: Country Produce- for-cash or incumbent of the Presidential chair in violation commodation of passengers. Fare both for Viol in-and Piano and hall bot "

.:-.:../\" iUrineetiog*of'Bn-(' trade at Wm..)lahn''' not only of the constitution but of from Cedar Keys to Clearwater $3,00. glad to nerve the public. Tenu"reuonable.Ral < : ,'A ..-. ;. 1Ji.. -1l. .

.Xooor: o2F.A.M.::W held 'on the '-VTe are pretty well ratisfied that the the will of the people! as expressed by their We find her freight capacity to be I al'o Timing Pianos.Orders may be To: our Patrons and the.Public: < <. SM: -ra' f: 6-

.4 ifir t and third 8atardaj in each oath.& five hundred bales, which is equal to left at ). Eckels& Lwley'n drag store .
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: of ballots in the general election. At the conclusion awl .' : : -
thUcounty _
; .. : leading Eepublicasis barrels. We learned ir sent to my addiws., Good work done n '
I dc1eekp.m. six hundred -'T-:
;-<< : % 4)f
qr :: -. ; at B.THDJCIS,Secretary. are irreconcilably.opposed to their State of Mr: Elli" speech the club adjourned from Wibon*that negotiationsare prompt attention given. Soliciting your It" tvith a livc1Jo"'satiSactioR ., : ,.:. .

ticket, and many of the.moet prominent colored to meet at the regular time, next Capt. patronage I remain PAUL! BOCK, the i hare !baIJTiocI -"" i' / '.
kind thanks for favor 1
S}:;" ". -TRERMOMET1ilCALiECORDW pending with the Railroad and Music T.-er... :: that vc return to our patrons oar they o
: .
determination Saturday night.Haneock
_A1880' Republicana'JraTe expressed Express Companies, for through '; ':t. upon us, by which we are able to announce that .what was an experiment _t:"... .:l47 .
., :* For,the week vote for'Conover.TJiere .- '. :. :
not to : '
.. :, .t ..'' -' 8L.';X. Ujt.tdp.Txy'z | Jk' and English Union freights to this neck. _has now become reality with as. Whsn'wo first opened our store.I iu.the \: -.t '-"
] (the .
U Republicans BORN & CO. -
:.1.: '. 8080 78 82 even IIOm J March. All of which is respectfully submitted RICE the*result. There "no -' I.$4.., .
,...: ..' 7kdy. ':'. ':.....r .' Garfield and Town Tampa it was not some fears! as to 13 'j.: : < .-
-< 4- "J" !' *Y.U.".-. : ,8'_:, I 82 82 of this county raiding a Ludden Bates Savannah, Ga., the IMPORTERS ASD DEALERS w fear now, it ia an established success beyond venture,and to1_thu success our -. : o.i; r.',., ,
I-2" Sataraa1. '- 112.88., Bluxham banner: great Music publishers of the South, true Jons W. MATCHE! I : Jl
',.:;-.i' :!&od&1.. .-.... 80', ,83. 82 to their business enterprise, open the ball GEORGE L. JONES, FOREIGN, DOMESTIC & COUNTRYHARDWARE patrons have so largely contributed. The system promulgated b-. us.has.met '*r1 ,- -,-. ": 5.; :: J:t
'f".1-" M- ...'.. -- : 80 764z -Frevh garden need just received by with the finest Campaign March that has demand au'l .. < .. .
,0' with universal ;
,-a system regulating our supply loathe : :
; T= ;,:= 80' 96 :1 78 mail C.L. FBIEBELE.ED. '. been probably will be published. Campaign ISABEL J. JONES, }Com. :. .' : :
It : -WedDe.i..1"; :: 7( 78 76Lit music is, generally. .Imply trash, but MARY E. MATCH Errr, at such prices as make it profitable to both purchaser and"seller. .Our future ; i, :, -Ji Ii\:

: .: TBIBCUE; I would like to nuggest the composer. (L. M. French,) has put his CIIAS. CASTANQ. AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS arrangements, are based upon tho past success,and knowing that our patxon.t.: :, ',;_ i:'
: s
For City Marshal.Th to your monotonous correspondent of Fort heart into this and given us a March that C
I ,many tri. of,Jl E. Tomberlin, Green, that he diversify his "itema,!' whichhe will cause thousands to keep step title to the fins mode of cultivation of this Builder's' Hardware, Grates, Cutlery. happy to annOntce to them that we have ,consummated arrangements. that ">" : -; V.:. : of i
; : Music of the Union. The
candidate City elegant page
.aw.ftia.t.hbD at' for will find be the :
to to :
1 more pleading public bears life like lithographs of our next President ye/r', cotton crop, he urged early IRON &0. conduce their .cinlbeneJ, and that will enable'us to supply and sell : \ :'s.4:3'mw: ?
L 3Lriatr palate. The public .feels no peculiar land in ; ." "' .
and Vice President most happily planting, turning over the l
$'- -fli.iwyhi or. John" ColbreathMmlnaU interest in Mr. A. W Ilendry and hu private framed with appropriate and patriotic ut- fijll, bed up before planting. He had yatts and HoUowware, Tinner goods at.rates and prices very low and'very acceptable all. We have or- /''.,..

L ; UH for City UanhaL buainew; neither in that young preach- terancM Its popularity is already assured up to date.600 Ibs. of cotton picked.Mr. Stock Tool and Machine, ranged receive our good direct from Southern, JSaitcrn and !Jfiwtern Mann ., : :,

fl.MtdI-if PzRcr P.SKITH, 'IMID- er1*anxieties for a wife or his abhorence of through its adoption bv hundreds of Hancock E. )L Beckett reported the factories Thi xitt reduoe cost prices eontlderably and create jfftite a in kMe.hlw, .s candidate for City HanhaltU \ Clubs and under aba inspiring strains 1 TIN AND JAPAN WARE.. .- ,' JI!
the of the ofbuyeri. : : '
milk and clabber. Variety ia the spice of resounding from thousands of Bands Pianos I results from use "Ash Element : ;:
11th to
.. election QQ' Aogort .
.' r'*:fst B.ini.. near. / life my brother. RuDEL and Organs throughout the Union the ," manufactured iu Charleston Heating and Cooking Store We beg to announce that a large and carefully assorted stock of Cua fal .= : :. ; t

.t Soldier-Statesman will "Forward March", S. C., he stated that he has been more 89 & 91 Camp Street, 597 Magaaino.:Street goods of every description has been purchased and Li expected shortly .._ : .
-- A. PXErirr oaring nerved as Just the place after all to- buy Groceiiea into the White House. Send 40 Cents and very .: .
city Manhal for dereral monUin,'and given and Provision at Ja>.'Willianw secure a copy at once. than compensated by its use, his orange Warehouses: 143, HS and 147Magaxine.St. To make room for tkia we have determined. open vpfor tale far thirty dayitmrpretext .- =" o' /.: :
1 ttwyaj ,iu 'friends nominate bun as trees are putting on a fine NEW YORK OFFICE "V"nW ll ;
: p stock and intend stll t\e / .j
to :
of goods "REOARPMsa! COST. -
ice I
-mme OF
-Wm. Malm the tailor warrants a goodfit. LILi4LLO. .
i candidate for. the same office in the enauing Cattle Shippliiff at Puuta Kassa.. growth Price of "Ash Element" in W Chamber*St, '

j election. MAKV VoreaiPOKXAYOB We indebted Jake Summer- _ Cnnrlftatriii._!____ S.._. C._.., S20___ ncr n ton.____ General customers can satisfy their wants at their own prices.: CQuntry0 ./ ;"
do are toCal't. -All kinds of Di.hcs and Glassware at Motion nnn'to purchase& a Secretary's SOLE AGENTS FORt Merchants can buy at rates thatwill!, return them a handjorao profit. Farmers : / : -t f./.
:- lin, of Punta lla**, writing unter.date. of Jas. Williams'- Star Rubber aud Co. '
book carried and instructed Ik-ltiuj and our friepds will find this, We .
; the was Secretary country a rare opportunity. MCST _
W.T.HAftKlNS.- July 25th 1880 for following statement t I Howe' Improved Scale, ,
of cattleL hipmenU from that point: -Wm.MaIm keeps a goo stock of low cro- to purchase. I Anemia Era** and Copper-Co., make room, for our large fall stock, and sale not prfi m .. ,
oousaurts: ceries and goods, aud stlU as an er :
T dry Next meeting to be held at C. Few icr's Patent Fly Fans Our business will be for Produce 't6Q ,
.. CLARKE "W. B. IJENDERSON, "Since the hat day of April 1880, we the lowest lie gives good weight and CASH. Country wiirbe at ,., ,' .
: D. G111RA J. GRILUON, J. 1L have shipped 9084 head; of these there are measure and is prompt in all his dealings. McCIuug's.Motiou KictlerV\\Vhburn Measuring Sieves, highest market prices. : ., 'f !
i Moen Barb Fence wire
head of Block cattle off for that for adjournment and tho :
60 sent
purpose. Try
L '::0. WILLIAMS. I have pot my boob by.me to anow _______ force ordered to make an attack ou ExceLsior Lawn Mowers, To our many friends an Ilillsborougn, Ucrnando, Polk and Manatee counties t

'. CXXKK JLKD TBXJUUEEB: the shipping since the let of January, but I Insufficient Drainage.-Unclean-exhalations the dinner table victorious appetite American Crow-Cot Sawn, we return our thanks for past favors, and recommend this present occasion : .!; ..
ed cess-pools filth of character, Perfection Window Scrubber
> .4 *- J.FEBR1S. !I think January'there to >pril are ;some of the 2000 there chipped were from 200 _from marshy Itnds any,.all this, poisoning achievement, arms_presented with Wood PumiM. as one by which their wants can bo supplied at prices that cannot fail to .,' :; .' .'. ', ;."."/',,jI .,
.. na XATOR: head of stock cattle shipped, making in all the blood. bnng on Yellow fever [tie pipe, tobacco and Beecher matches CELEBRATED CHARTER OAK STOVES. please.I I :?'. 1.

IL C. FERRIS. about 11,084." sole and only remedy that will act directly cleansers of course tho female persuasion did Remember, wo sell for THIRTY DAYS REGARDLESS OF COST. ::
the Kidneys and Liver-the .
-. r : cocxciutEX: -E. Mugge,'Watch-maker and Jeweller upon of the blood U Warner's Safe Kidneyand not participate in the pipe and tobacco New Goods Yours Very Respectfully, '
t JAMES WILLIAMS.JOHN T.GIVENS. can be found at all times at Wm. [ '. Liver Cure used in connection withWarner' ) G. I. P. DZIALYNSKI &.,CO. .; _
s-, M.E.UAYNS WORTH.J.GRILLION. new store. Safe Pills. There was a large turn out as usu Low Prices .

D.GUIRA. al. President Matehett and his estimable J. K. LIPtiCOMB. GEORGE FUC1I3 ,
: Turkish tow Marseilles pIquet.
ling, :
Velvet Belt Cornet Lace Embroide- ATHayns'Qrth
lady contributed to the en-
CLIIUt UD lUUSCua: rica, Handkerchiefs. Hosiery, Glovev Ties, bed spreads pocket autograph scissors shawl albums needle, puffing joyment of every one. Late in the :
FERRIS. eoierys straps & !
4i- Acat Jaa. WillianM. i Canning J. E. LIPSCOMB CO. '
turkey red calico ginghams ladies'underwear evening we retired to our peaceful i" ,, : i

LOCAL LNTELLIGENCE. -We received from Mr. G. W. Ilendry, hoop skirts bed ticking napkins homes. G. L JOKES, Sec',. South ,
birds toweling, cottcn wadding, Fla.
of Fort Meade last week a lot of Sicily gents' collars.eye All to be found and more WHOLESALE Ik ,RETAIL DEALERS' :
-'t'Le', city marahal ,waxethUaocock I lemon which he abmiu to. .our judgment too at MLCOOKtI1OL.Photograph Notice.In Tin & Hardware Store. '
eM Muer. ,
aM as to quality etc. These.lemons are of fine Probate Court Mantles eou'1. fla. I "
and English badge can be size and juicy and we do not ace"why they Gallery. At ChambeJ'll.In COME ONE AND ALL AND KXAIf.' T Al'IP A, FLA., ., -1

-.L ksdatCLFriebeIe'LXt. I have opened a gallery near the store the matter of the petition of George variety of stock inI'INWAREHARDWARE :
should command in tho ;
not :
.Be 'F:Cols ha opened a buberifcf ., a good price of John Jackson and am now prepared Booker Jr., Administrator de boats non of '

t _' 'in the Lodge boilding.. market Lemons for market should not to take Photographs Tin Types etc. etc, the estate of J amen W. Daboey deceased AND Uew Goods Summer Stock !: .
: Precinct meetings next Saturday. Let be allowed to ripen on the bush, but be at prices to please all. I' beg a share for a sale of certain lands belonging to Spring -- : .
of of the aaid estate. To the heirs d..illeellega. HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS ,
very Democratic voter attend. pulled Len they are grown and put in a patronage public.F. :
PINARD. tee and dutributeeo of said estate.
-The Hancock A Bloxuam club of Tampa dark room for a week. K ia said that if C GKEETIXG: Kitchen and Dining Room om- .lust Recelve .: ; ; :
meets every Saturday night.. thus treated the bitterness and oils in the Fox TOWN Polk Co. 25. c .
Fla. July George Booker Jr., Ad- Outfit. .
; ;-.Oekve May daughter of Dr. and kin which has been an objection to Flori- EDITOR TRIBUNE; Having noticeda r' dt lonit rum of the estate "' I. --- ,-.
;4 Mrs.B.J. Perrymlt died in Key West onffldDuo. of James W. Dabney deceased,having filed The Ladies will do well to call and see, A '.. ij, '. -
da and then communication in over .
lemons disappear; they are your journal I or purchase these few goods which *11housekeepers coxsisTWG OF
bin in tliLcourt that
.' .-Ia the Shiloh Retllunent on 20th not to be distinguished from those impoited I tho signature of It. E.' WINDHAM, petition be made in accordance, asking with the statutein an order should have such an: \ -'. --_-_-- .- :

: 1C, JLa.Stephen Blocker, aged about 75rfi from Sicily whose superiority U attributable -, presenting! the name Captain L. M. such case made and provided for the sale : Knife cleaning Board Bread and Roll ( : '!
Pan. nhlonir____ round and iinnsro Janan STAPLE AND FANCY DRY Coons \ :
alone to being gathered green and Ballard for legislative honors. I can certain hands therein dUcribed for the -- n"c'-- -
- -- -
knife and fork Boxen. Coffee Pot Stand ,
-W.shall p bWh next week.,n interee&1ac' ripened in the shade. heartily endorse all that Mr. W. Bays purpose of distributing amongst the heirs Ladies Garden Sets IiuproTed Vegetable*, '/ '.1

coButanicattdM "Municipal in regard to Capt. Ballard ; and if the and all persons* in interest. Thl.'tlC'are .. -- :
os Jas.WIlliams has been replenishing therefore to cite and admonish all the l Slicer Star Sieves Adjustable Lamp Shade*, BOOTS AND SHOES
people of Polk send him to Tallahassee New Style Can Opener French Roll Pins :
U1ila and Local Optioo.The his stock and is now prepared to suit customers heirs devisees, distributees and l legatee, ,
machinery and boiler have been with just such things as they may they will have a representative of having an interest in the estate of Raid de Cake and Patty Pan of all kind, Egg c'r '. .

lake* out of the tender Tampa and she u want. Let those now come who never came whom they may well ho proud. I ceased to be and appear before me at Pine fast Beaters Whigs Dish A Lyon's Cover Dust Pant, Break. HATS READY MADE CLOTHING OF THE LATEST STYLE. : '
Casters Soup Ladles
UMd wood I before; and those1 who always came come have known Capt. Bollard for several Level, in wild county and State, on or before .
mew aa a light.er.&ecrN"dlD Cake Trimmers Goodman' Patent Covers
:_ still the first Monday in September, A. 1).
more. he in and is
vears a deep thinker
the Haridian Ilernando I ; 1880 show if the matters Oyster dialing Dishes, Bread Toaetera.
L to to cause, any why GROCERIES &
blessed with sound Enameled PROVISIONS -
holds her county convention in Tampa on : -A variety garden seed just received good common and things prayed for by said petitioner Child Trays, Prcucrving Kettles ,
: and for sale by C. L. FRIEBELE. (en&a very scarce commodity in should not lie granted. Sauce Pans, Puff Pans, Lemon CakePans,
the 12th UUL, next Thursday" these days), a most energetic and public And it api'carine by said petition that a very beat Steak Pounders Fluting Machines AGENTS FOR .. ---c

.. Th Utatuer Ellie Knight Capt. McKay -Prof. A. II. Curtis, botanist Agent of spirited gentleman; and a man of large majority of the heir reside beyond Dinner Hand Bells, Meat Cutten, Washburn & Moen Manufacturing Co.i' -- .

t arrirvd Monday and left with a load of beef Forestry of the Interior Department, who undoubted integrity. Respectfully, the limit* of the State of Florida to-wat-: I Treble Orates, IVlmonico Silver Plate.Steel Ladies 1 Spoon fine and Sciiwon Fork*. BARBED FENCE WIRE. .
cattle fur Cuba Tuesday morning. I has been examining the different wood of AXONYMOITS. In the State of\"ir iniltiMlitol, Pl'i and : Shovel 1 and Tongs, Tea and Coffix Cans, Henry Hooker A Co., New Haven Ct., 4'D .
-u -- -n- --- Louisiana it it" ordered that this notice be
I -Ttuatcain yacht lloteaer recentlypurchased the peninsula of Florida arrived here last 1 :1 published in the ScNia.xD TKIIIOJK, for Flesh Forks* and large Spoons, Lamp BUGGIESCARRIAGKS&'i'AGONS.. 1s .- .

r Miller& lleudenon fur UMla Saturday and leave tu.l y. lie had with SIIILOU. FLA., July 23th 1880. I, the pace of(our ronftx-ulive wevk Burners, all sizes, Tea and Cofleo Pots McDooough A IkUnutvno., -No 1 SU t -
him Mr. A. P. Canova of Key West, an EDITOR TKIJIUNE ; In great haste I'' Done at Chambers this, July 19th A. I). Biggins & Filtc'a Cake Boxes, Table antiPocket GAR MILLS and KETTLES.CHARTER .
the bay here, U daily.expected. M.iIIAIIAM{ Kniftb,Match BoxesiUil Cans,Axes t
guide and Mr."Wuv.Sani!!. We are under drop you the following which you can 1SSO. K a : T
Nail*, HiK's, Oven Irom 'Mn>. PoU'uroldhaiulle I .t
,-Manatee'county Democratic conventon! County Judge% and ex-OlIieio Judge of : a
z and insert in locals if
Mr. Canova for the rc-wnte i
obligations to following your Probate ManaU-e S.id Ironv. Ju"t the the thing and
:: i* nominate a member to the legislature, worthy a place. county. the clothes!
li. of woodi which ,wvre found on this Sprinkler. OAKSTOVES -- .
came offaL line Levd Ia.4 TucmUy. 'QaJt : 1\1 r. W 10. Plait died at hid place at C. L WILLIAMS IVni't forget It) call and sec our new '
.. 0(1\)1.1.. n ". 11. .% C.
Very ( ,
Tie miduight tho 2Cth ult. this makes "
steamer Valley City, Capt.Vaik- Lignum Vita Crab Dog, Medara Prince, ; .

2 er4 took a load of cattle for Havana lat )Mastic Ink, While Torch Bloly Poison, iI.i.x members of this family that have PLAIN & ORNAMENTAL PLASTERER. -

:. baturday morning. She returned ycxterday Black Iron White Iron, lied Iron, Saffron, died in as many YC1Uld; Mother JACKSONVILLE, FLA.Estimates s'tnllisllcd 1848C. ALWAYS HAND "'1.
Nobles, his mother his second wife
for another J.
Pigeon Plum, Black Torch Wild Tamoran, furuiithctl fur work lu
his any part ,
shot 3
sou Jerry was accideutly:
-ca. W. R. Moore formerly a reeident Gumboliuibo, Itanlic; Fi, or llublier Tree. I months in and 2 of the tjtate. L. FRIEBELE, HARDWARE AND TINWARE
Orange county,
J lhi place, has been lIow Wcd.aa Sena. Lance, Pa.4inHox. Wild Lime, Joe, Sea little Ladies.ago AildrcM lt>x ISO, i. DEALER IN .. -

tor from Columbia county. Vletara. Geizen : Grape Onoa Plum, Seven Year Apple, J Jacksonville Fla. Cutlery Woodenware Glass&! Earthenware .
.1 A tremendous thunder storm passed July 15th 'SO-0 m. Stationery, : -
aud Tolbert fOr the Aanejubly.. White Wood Tillon, Soap Berry, Coral o\'cr'thh section on the 22ud! ult. A DRY GOODSAND _

4 -The. County Commi uonera held a Long Cod, Royal Palm, White Butted, bolt' passed in close proximity to Mr. 1roc1nnuLtioI1.NOTICE Willowwaro and Notions Cook and Heating Stoves.

iE meeting on 'Tne AVc will in the future Black Button, Black Mangrove, Red Mangrove L. K. Thomas's house nud struck near .

: publish the proceeding* of each ,meet- (u..tar.I.AI'I'lt., Bay Cedar HackBerry the centre of Capt. Sweat's mill pond, OF tXFXTlOX.in General Merchandise PRICES MARKED DOWN, to correspond uA the {IMC*; Call for -.

: ing. They will appear next week. and Satin. throwing a great quantity of vapour ., what you don't tee. Friends from the Country are requeued! to examine ot'r tzt -.
; blueish t ennite Stock. The hilhcJlt mai bet price paid for Onudry; l\oILce.
aud smoke of color. The
a Corner Franklin & Washington Streets]
John B. Adam who OTICE in acconlancc [ .
a Exhnlat1nTrom that
'Frenchman matter hereby
hand N The La lICH, both marmxl and single are earnestly} invite. to call, exainin sri '.
haa been living in thu county nouie 15 creates malarial Fevers Yellow Fever and pole to my well was torn to.. with the pro\iniouti of Ordinance. TAMPA FLA. price our goo L. '-
c its kindred ailments are not cognisable by pieces and the bucket a new zinc one, 15, of the Ordinaiict-tt of the Town of Tampa 1
in last We are receiving Weekly additions to stock and >ecialiv\ ..
jean was lodged jail Thursday night large our our Si to ki'l'p' : l
P the senses, but imperceptibly locate in the was scorched and granulated about that an Election fur HAS JUST RETURNED FROM on hand a full xupplr. -
II.: account of being crazy and violent. blood, poi*>n it and originate the disease I the ears. A portion then entered the ((1)) one Mayor; NEW YORK WITH A FULL C- : :"

The Khoonera Aita ElJridge and Relief naL Warner's Safe Kidney and Liver mouth of fill- ((1)) one Marshal ; SUPPLY OF :
Cur used in connection with Warner's a half-gallon jug partly ((6J) five Councilmen ;
hare been suQceMlully taken out and Safe Pills, is the only blood purifier known. ed with lye and broke it, scattering ((1)) one Clerk and Treasurer;

-4'z Cleaned'oa the section dock recently built the fragments in every direction.- To nerve the ensuing year, will beheld FALLAND MiIlcr & Henderson : : l:

tc fcy the .Mew* Fogarty on the Manatee Personal.Mr. Another portion struck a China tree at the Court house in said Town on Wvdnewlay. r

I SiT '. A. J. Knight went to Hickory close by. GORUIUS. the 11th day (August t. 1880.Mcwra. .
M. E. HayuHwortli and Jan. D.
Bluff last week. .
directed the card of eAgricultural'
1t -Logger* are Clarke are hereby appointed IncpcctorM,and WINTEHGOODS
-i1 ? ). Warner A Co, Palma! Sola, who -Col. W. T Ilackins left yesterday for Meeting. Frank (Chira; Clerk of aid Election. Wholesale & Retail Dealers in :'

_t4 advert fir'logs etc. They want Cedar Cedar Keys and Key Wt..Mr. DCNEIIIH, Fla., July 24th, 1880. The Polls will In5 opened at t i'' a. m. MId .

1 CypruM and Pine logs for_wLicli they payeah Look Hcrzog, wife and child left Regular meeting of Evergecn Horticultural ((su i at 5 under 1'. in.tivui 111m.lu1I'ell! Tampa At Bottom Prices,

00 deliverty.We last Sunday for Baltimore, Md. on a vii-it Society hld ut the ni ieucc Fin., this 13th my day of:July, A. I at)., 1SSO.- SUCH AS CALICOES DRESS General Merchanc1ise .
Judge II. L. Mitchell and the of President .Toliu; W. Matchett.Th .
; u learn that Maj W. L-Turner,of members J.'l'. WALL, Mayor.Attoft GOODS) SHIRTING SHEETING,
of the bar got back from Bartow last following minutes held to-wit: CHECKS Ac. LADIES AGENTS
I JJraidentown ban rented 70 acre of the old Monday.The. l'rt.'ileutIulchctt.. one.f the committee JOSIAII FKHHIS, Town Clerk. 0
_ Coield plantation on Manatee river, at family Judge Hampton arrivedon on fruits, stated 1 that linca last For Sale.ATUACT :, -, .. j
i4 $10 dollars an acre, to parties who arc go- .
ho had of
lag late vegetable .net't the Lizzie Hcndcrxon Tuesday from meeting an opportunity seeing of land containing ten acres, HLAJTISI. AND f .
I Gainesville.Mr. many groves on this neck, and north Tempo, with nest -

z4t -The Cessna for thu county gives a'population W. B. Henderson returned Tuesday -: with what information he could gather, cottage of five room besides bathrtioni and A FINE LOT OF '
of 6000 an increase of fifty percent from the White Springs where his family that there i8 less run among tho ; kitchen. New windmill just erected, place Coinmission'l.1erchants'I'anpa '
than : well fenced and has six hundred or- BOOTS & SHOES ,
,oa the census of 1S70. are spending the summer. groves have been heretofore he young ,
U 740 which isteaped..ble also found the I trees in exceedingly anC and lemon tree net out in grove. CLOTHING NOTIONS hARDWARE ..
The population Tampa -Miss Ella Weatherford of Key West, orange rartiea wishing to jKircliaco will pleam 1711. ..

I i increase over that of 1870. arrived on Tuesday's steamer on a"i..t to flourishing condition. apply in |person or bv letter for ternm to p .:
(join.. on vocctj\lil.) ._ no <1i>fnit.n!_.. W. the undersigned 8. M. ELLIS. WOODWARE, CROCKERY A FULL STOCK OF >-" 4
:t i !? -We learn that Mr.John W. Head and friends in Tampa.Dr. --- -- -a------ -- -- -- -.

"_ ,' Jte W. B.Turner got into a difficulty lart R. M Wells, of Magnolia, was in port.Cora on flowers, no report. April 8th-tf.ECKELS Att'r and Solicitor. GLASSWARE, SADDLERY.MUSICALINSTRUMENTS. Provisi9ns.and Fancy Groceries, I. ", ._

t .,.ek mvt Mitrhellrille, in Manatee coun town Tuesday and proposes to move his .-
: Com. on Etimology Mr. J. M. As well as a Complete Stock of : : t
tf wkkh Tewlted in the cutting of Head raw-mill soon over in the vicinity of Dun- & LESLEY'S.New '

jf. :r-:,i ...Toner- though the wound are not cri- edin on the Gulf coast.Mr. orange McClung trees elated for the that removal in treating of insects the, OFFICE GARDEN AND COOK SEEDS STOVES. DRY COODS AND NOTIONS, : : ,- ;:: :' ]:

*:. !". W. 8. Warner of Palma Sola, that ho applied hot soap suds, and Drug Store, .'

J. 'tne ladies 01 Ee West presented the came in on the steamer Toe.day'aad returned proved beneficial in promoting thegrowth Tobacco ,&Cigars. TUra Witt U toad felM faow Wys took a fall UM of ;T. : :' .

1. 'are owl Bloilitm deb with beanti- yesterday. Mr. W. iafcnai M that of the tree also. t.

'.!"l'f! i,M-L---- ... nat. Jnedaaaa. bit mill will be !. operation fcy the 1st of Unfinished Butinesa. Report of CORK BACON LARD.' Otitleaen'i Clothing and Furnishing Goods. .' : :'.,: :

: .;. Ilavidsoc to that place. Can not the September. Committee appointed to meet steamer FLOUR '
_? _ ; ,
,. laud Tampa be as patriotic a* their sift *- The Hancock aud Bloxliam Club. read Eva. The President following is the report : (Corner Franklin A Washington Sw.) GRITS SUGAR COFFEE, SYRUP All kinds of HATS, BOQTS and SHOES, : .: .,_ "

.t, Isle of the Sea by Matchett: Your
t nt,the ,, "'- .
... There was a called meeting of the club Committee appointed at the last meeting i -" .
-The eolerW free school. J. A. W. Pat- W. keep aim a splendid oruutut c>f : : ,.\
in FIRST- :
-', S last Monday night M there had been no of Evergreen Horticultural So- Patent & Pharmaceutical Preparations And everything kept a .
eioJlatMondaywithnez.ieatIoi stated meeting the two, previous weeks on- ciety to welcome the steamer Eva, CLASS STORE-All of which u -. .. '

'. which we udge 11. aeconnt of bad weather on the regular carrying the U. S. mail between Toilet and Fancy Articles, offered atBOTTOM Hardware, & Tinware,. Crockeryware, ) : :'_ -:

e County 1 *r'n|' intmde t7U Clearwater and Cedar PRICES for CASH or '
L. .Bights, Saturday of meeting. Keys, beg Such -
0 a* WODANI) WII.LOW-W.\UK. : ,. .J4
teacher and :
,t. yisat. _a' alike creditable to .The,dab met in }>unuance of the call, leave to report: PRODUCE. ALL KINDS OF .STATIONERY, SCHOOL AND BLANK BOOKS. : '. : -
> 'papec ally in the elementary branch Mr."Th 'F We mall continue furnish ,
f l, chair, and proceeded to adopt the constitution 13th day of July 1880 at the Dunedin BRUSHES COMBS, charge for showing GOODS. to 0' y. ; < '-JfJ/:

<"1 "FTU: *djoaed term of Circuit Court and by-Jaws reported by the committeeon wharf. We formally welcomed VASES TOILET SETS, C. L. FRIEBELE. Corn, Flour and Meatsi-i i'f.: : : if

.- ",.. .k Polk county which convened 12 at Bartow o'clock the same. A committee was Appointed her stated to to our her beautiful courteous harbor and urbane and JEWELRY all DESCRIPTIONS. At Freight and Comm!' -that ia at the ACTUAL COST-hut we want it dbtnctlv. UTdentood '.: >-. -f ; -1: i
week adjourned at For Snle. ,
dn to about suitable club '
) see felling a that those articles are stictlv for .' ". -
t4.: j,.Satarday 'night. .Mr. William WUA banner and the erection of a flag-staff to Captain John Wilson that we PRESCRIPTIONS PARTLY COMPLETED HOTEL CASH AND FOB <

3 ; : t m who was tried for the murder of display the same. Other routine business were proud of tho people we represented Carefully attended to at any hour of the A at 'ilemllen"Lurl, on the Manatee CASH ONLYWe 'i.- :' .

; rc.ckner in 1877, was tried and ac- having been the club ad- : ; that we represented an intel day or night. river, below Manatee village. Building ICO either buy or receive ON CONSIGNMENT all tho Product of the Ccnntry .: .: -\ ;>. :' .
I was ligent honest, industrious and could : We kindly invite the 45 fret 9 which we can find a market for here or eW-where. ..
I dressed public to give u* a feet long with a wing deep, room .. .. ,; ; .
I-* '. by 8. 11. Ellis EI. on the political Bay a Christian and law-abiding call, and we shah l tIC pleased to serve them completed in wing. The most desirable ------ u "

-. '- -k'8.D. Vaughn has had a small, issues of the campaign. Mr. Ellis reviewedthe ple.V 0 found her officers courteous peo I with the bost and purest good J which the location on the Manatee river or in fact on Notice. ISTotice.- <. ::; :. -%:

-it. at.c.jUlinery utore built on LaFayette history of the two political parties and and and in market offer, alo as reasonable an l Itihle-. the Gulf.*t. Direct communication by SIX WEEKS from the publication of :. -.
and. demonstrated obliging everything a Our goods are bought for cash ami of fitcamtihiph to all important jtbintii on tho IS HEREBY given, that thirty day after notice, I will apply to t'1' Probtte : .-
.t : sa.e{,ui enterprising accommo- in a convincing manner that business like John date, I will to the Hon.'ll.. L. -
8L. shape. Capt. first cla-a Jobbing and Manufacturing Sulf; coaxt.. Water 17 feet deep in front of apply Court in and for Manatee: county, for letter -
1.- keeps on band a choice ms- the perpetuation of the Republican Wilson himself in Hoiioe titus enabling Mitchell, Judge of the Cth Judicial Circuit, : 'jI ,,
k':48da party prides making all to cell reasonable the Hotel; fine shooting, felting and boating of administration on the relate of Sarah ,_ : :
I Z dlll, f cood- and fancy artirle\ We in power was dangerous to our republican around.him feel comfortable and con and good gwxl.j. in the immediate vicinity. Will be State of Florida, for an order to take chargeof Ann Hradley and James Bradley, late of -- .
will her institution in Very H''|'HH-tftilIv! t-old reasonable terms for and', manage mv own estate.GEORE. lid .
J :that he ot-cupy new that it fostered a ''trranical tented. We found the office well on : particulars count ydcCttiiH-d. --
i. .t. KCKKLS&LE.SLF.Y.Tampa. : adJnJOHN P. W1LLKMSKX, ; : ; : .\. BELL. .
"'V.Ud.of j:.. : oigarchvwhve! aim wu a strong centraliz4 fitted out, including a good iron safe Fla. 22ud O. LEY. : ':-
'. Fi ::..DUI',.. { July Nit, 10. WilU-aisentburg. Manatee county.Fla. Tampa, July Manatee: ,..Flcrkb. .July 15th. 1S ll. -.' : -
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.. ''' K' _.. .; ,. :1'.htt'J"oo, I : J.J1.I: i / or Ship anr following! _
1 V- W .PCtbtt bCDtt'ftonl d ] Wilt i ttl\'tJi mv i Marks and! Ilrand; 't'pt by pcnnwaioufrom _
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., XM" .lM \, ciia.tI.nd d"ri th.) I 1ohl t. Genera! S We authorised amenta. _
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L -'...:4.,'11'. ..- '''"''' '.:,."., bI: ltu. 1": ,". ti Coughs, Co1dsS'oThroat'Bronchitis -, J! li i SURE S CURE fcr alt! the Diseases for *Wd It li ncomaided, -

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<; ,. "iiI r rT.L'aI4 el n..m Tohi.Oi(I WJiMiTiiF.ut.. sad II lbs beatS '
t i trT11'- orJcr to fell'at imlJic i'titcry, iHt,fol Rot*CxxlHd KT ,MM! otbn ".. Tb Fonrnl* DRY GOODS I -.44, '. S 2 f. w fit an41\hTlt.\IAUA.
: ,\ 1 .i. ; .c..fN te kjw>vm to on bust pbjndol&iuL la hijrnly eoram na*l ,. .I .. 'S ktlowtl.Nf, for UUEl"JUTlftllU 1 *uull C in cotter
.,. .' ,, "o-I'-r ",'I' 1.r.r.'P. .. ..' laodrf ii(longinj; to cttiJ .estate for tI9 Uim and :. kntlrtU nf our tnnrt pnncin.nlUta j ( hi of CAI.U.O1-S : le J r
-i.s; .> ( ti OD 'Ute tII..Iting part On.H'1 S MOST' WIDELY KNOWN-1 "
; of l' ying the dvl>U anJ tlistrf-! > >$ rnf. G. A. *4AJUNr.Kln Iiben. THE OLDEST BEST AND
) \ | IIbooI el tu. ..u kne.wn to <.In.4IIJft&Ofl i HAMS JIKLAINK.S LAYXrt ,
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'.;... ."' >., L'S'T.f'. :_ . among the heirs' to-wit: p Th.t TOLU jl X'K od KYE 1U oJford %h.. .1.1Jt'OETS: nntEI1:1)( : S FAMILY MEDICINE IN THE! WORLD. fls
mlMt T>liwJ fur O>u*M.(VnW.InfturaM.BrombtU* 4.
iOK FIE8TCJA8SVPCK\ 1 : oneSc3Ti348o( li 17 I. bo,TnmM.WV.k p..!.. .in to* lo- i.\: baa IJo
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t. : :IM 7-100 and the 1 VMMII ciMi ulvMaod( ttaJM.TUMd .
$ i" bm1O rjntuibihg acri* nw a CI1UI.Y.JtA. IJIWtUtE.J. \
Maktii.\ .s I1KY jUU.(K and APPSTIZEa.lt BukM* SlirUTlNUS( SHKKTlXiJK: STIWK lI\\ W4 ,'1ria tif M4 '.ar&i (ni' C1Ln' .
i.f 1 f T 31S of R IS.cart containing lZ9. *. LIeu all BOWEL cotU'L..U.\'t4 iMI fI datFl -
4; duIIJngtip and UwbUw..14 fir' .ulp MO. I.pkMMat to I& : \\ edJIYL4ENTEILY.\ alht .
; am-*, and the Mel oecJ (G T 24 b of K or.4e' *.&I U elm IOM. kcUntnd ctraoiitb l c'' _-- _f1QiS fur ih..atat* S S. _
( tbnlken.dOWl'looth. t .\ .' 10 u.who'tinrvL frO&S : COlTUN'AWCS.)! IKtSU, tRESS FT .
eS&*ti* <*E<.? 5LXtl"J? V h'a\ mdo ., containing 159-3.>100 acrvg. And ooPerBotcEIvIDS ; STOOD THE TEST OF 4O YEARS' CONSTANT I t LCircleS :
\ ': Ute.treitinent CAurI1ION. bJ 1UIt'r1I1n1p1ed 6S1 PANTS LINT.XS, COLIA11S, CUITS. E1; ; HAS
r.f' "" 4 b'a Jl'cl.tlff,iind fcil inure (-r' I ie ii lying Em in.Village of .,.vtl.tzSt.DtImoflepn.tou Rool and R.IA) : XlXJJvIKS/r: :lSt'lNDEl.S.! SPUX A'SPOOL USE IH COUNTRIES AND CLIMATES.I1 j
.aud LoU.l arid 2, block 23 1vn S pi.f our 1'uLU tKANDKY.u. ? I .
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:; i .oats IDftdIo arOicIoo made.-t hT.tng THKKAUS:.s. SKKDLKS.11A11 ,
: 'accordiaj to cf 1850. KiroMMKNimn: : tor 1'b.Ida. lJlI..soaarit'e
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., John Jackson.initv. 1'r.prIS.r. ,
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3. fjFrjebe1e's I I ,July Ipt-1. -4w.. Adminintrator. I'r A.k. DraralM for lit Nols Bill ad CaD S
ce your Paper
: : tr.. our liroe.r for 111 '. IT IS WITHOUT A RIVAL AS A LINIMENT. I I .A
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: I .SYA.k your. mlt AVIae your Merchant Mjcitn fnr I.e Itl.iVCfcUdrB. Itlnro Copy iMMik, Sjvlliiijj 1,1-I; ,Y.rkit and] : Itand .boulJ alwan te-nate.t "rPiJao Hark and site, "\ .
F4iIIr. 'Settlement. { 4.3 IrI' In all 'Ut'lf eot n"- ;
pi Mcnmranduni look*. lYiw hiLt! I ILi. wCut" -it .
.id bT flRLuIT4. GROCE..1I4WI "'Tf re nnm Honldm *
cf 'JS]{ .-B. JIQOJ deccutciLVO HpnUnm .
%Ii MKUCHA.'I'l-S rreryuiere.- BE WITIIOCT IT. It 1I1aNUnUiy 't
; : \: .---- BOOTS SHOES, ISO FABULT CAN t-'AF I\In doctor WlK au.I tt&u l'rl JT
ij" JtEt I-'D :nortliH after date 11| will! presentiny ,ave many ttae 1U ot ,.6Oc.ahl 1.00 : ;
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: :r rF l I d..po I! I account and voucher* to the II.:. TI-IE \ a b.tlUc.1IDI1 ca be obtained from J1_ Jrncvlut r .
.. .? of Probate in and furl IIill.-l>t>n>ija GBntlcflCli'g' CIGthili ITi'tonpftiT1' and ;
UilUti irl'iil' Providence R. 1.Proprietors.. i -
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Ci4 .PIIIiN:4s AVXEU1' vi-mirrAui.Ks; ; .J JKI.ME.-! TH-KLMS, @ center.
-i-E : DATE TIlt r.trnu.: ; : CIIKI;: l'H1H"K'i.: S
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} : .J rJt X.PTLY A ) county, will (, prctut their I K1XU I (; and CHIVYING: TiUJAtXXi: 5-
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io voucher to the lion. Judge SNl -' mid <1' AK": various( iiiitic4!
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'f .!,i,. : ;.-" 'JnJoh. "t' ,.' : of 11illbLcrcugh{county. for an and l-r.m.1.4. I'lTlX i : and TOP.ACCO: LOX: Ah x r'.niii: iu d M. }!f Sloan, in Bumter S
: D = u.' > Acttltment. and I 1.-i n:111.1. wnintic" t;. i. Wilder andH. -'
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,( 'P'., .!,Y.-. :": :7 ".i ':jTOHNl. ,.:HTR'" C. F. WALL, .iany M. iVvant: IIilW.orofandP.$ clluntil";
,. : 1.'i4 ; ,. S S. B. Lll $tJ I. i-IADwJh.3RE: T. S, Knight, S. T. Haunt W. II. Van- -

\.Y' .- :. .. ._;. : MANATEE- ,' FLA 27, ::18SO, j; BY THE NEW STEAMSHIPS drriKJohn| Young and C. P. Parriuli in _
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oPl.SoCIERY; my
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ruuItanuY Setilciiient.
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of 7. S. LOTM&f, dcca.cd.1 TIITW.A.RE; 01 Cattle Notice. 5 .
; i&c'OrVvGoods Lightest :
Z : ,!' x moDtlM from do to hereof.1, I.wtfl7ir r <
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1'', 7'' .. '. ;:" : '. i *t Coon$T UfUeljptvugh ..wHy fct a Includlni;Pocket ajul Table KIIIVCM and : l ,,"-& front I..unilll milking, <4ri.. S S

i. .;.;: t..f ./ ": : "CI. 0 I : MtliMQMt. of teid Mtato, ud **k for a I Machine l ever Hade! ForkA, IJators, Shear, Scizzon .\c-. I lug or -Iii|",.inK uny. i-uttU "fane. following 5 '4niarkii
fern & iMUiMntioa of the ani hr.niI
s CX"1.t uV l iwrniiMioa ,
.'; f. ; .t ; -: S SEMI-WEEKLY SERVICE S
: : ,D. ISAAC CUAFT. A VARIETY OF FANCY GOODS fn'n& n.ll'or toY uutliorijLiI ajvnRW .: {
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r?. : St.A-"and' Sheriff and Ex-officlo! Admr. : who hnre InN m. J TilE PFA-I ,

> ; : :: ::.-. -J" .. II'.. .. s'. IHhlSSO r TI1IOSK MAChINE ntll j-rcfor it to.UntliotM All of vhidi ho ,.i"ht10' mil at the ,,. "I
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'-_ "1''"' v' .: 'Yj''i' .-" .' S ; -- --- .. ..\fP.VTS_._n._ fi.lnit.!. find it LO\VKST LIVING 1'IUCES.; for CEDAR KEYS TO TAP/iPA/ AND r -1' J ..

,. .'-<.".. i ; ji. J "U'wa..e FINAL SETTLEMENT. ju..t;; ;i't-i; ;; 1'1o:0I'LiYo'IUt.: It makes I > @

'Ie". -. "_, .L ... 'n.Ii .. .. ; of RICHARD FLINT dec'd. the wiuttle lock ttic'i' nnt.n"ilv, dot-ft II.l'I I CASHcr Appro7e3 Cciinlry Frotocs.Jcxxl.4 S .
'''P.::.-s ift : \vid- of work, und( wind.-' the !I..!.>- (; ni.irkiif the JjO'st :
;; ,; 4' : ANDfotWXEs ninge are :tt WEST. .
: monthn from date hereof I will I CEDAR KEYS TO KEY -
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'. present bin. 'I .Olt running the vmk f-t Cash l'r'l.'s. Thoftix-k idntsnidfte infvcrytiilnt
1z .{''L., .. my account and vuucherm to the i cii-c.lars and 1' :
'lft "1' 7,.' .'- 'n'jI' : thine.Vrite for dcuciiptivo : ; ; kii'tin a wl.troubt..turi': .
S S QuHilc: UlL-buruu count for a full. tnrliculars to :Hi.-; uH c'i.-' >tvii) <,Tj!, m.,}the jml'Hc gtiu-r- i iI'
tuTtmcnt cf uid nsk
; ; : \ : -S oitau-, a EDSKPIELD Agt's. : arc invited to cull and\ examine hi I
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1 : row KEY WEST STEAMERS.Leave I' : .
.. tiH-k before purditsir.g! ('IM.'Wll'fl'-: TAMPA I SPEA3IEllS. -1
;1:", -' .. -; ,"-: { ; S S S S S D. ISAAC CRAFT, Wcdloy, Ga. i
.: -: ,T&m Eteznsbp JV'w Mettle HT
.l.8 % : :. Sheriff and Ex-o.fl liodmr.. Charye for nhou-iny
--.- 5- ul (Jmls. (\l.tr Kevs MONDAY G P. M. S
( 1r W S llth 1S80 : THE WORLD Leave Cedar: Keys FRIDAY 6. P. M.

:;' S ; .,_'i:.::". .I.! !,,' OU Jl, AijH&okef Arrive at Tamj SATl'ICDAY 2 P.: I.rri\ at J Kev\'V.I WKIWAY 6A. M. -
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t .,- '. <.c ; '.;: : &: : ae of JOHN O'SEIL dcteafcd. Arrive at IVdar) Kcvo MONDAY C A. MLeave {. rrin' at IVlai ICcv* HI!.DAY 0 A. M. J

.. I.'i'.U .. CVd r Kvy. MON I DAY 1,1'. M.( 1\ -:I\.e (..th.r! K.-v* THl: U.\Y ti I' M.
..'. .: > DEA1XBS IN-5 months from date hereof, I will pre- (Corner Frantlin fe.vk Sin-eta] ; Arrive at Tsni; ':; Tl'l( ':'DAY 2 P. M.UayeTampa (. rrc ::' KiyV..r S VFIJIIDAY f;A. M.Ixave t. 8f

J. '. ... ; seat my account awl voucher to the TAMl'A{ FLA.DKA U'iDCliAY: | lO( ,\. M r. I 1'.v U\: .\.Tl'lny t Ii I*. M I!

g.-t.I. L DU'Y'; Court; of Hilfcborough county for a 1C: A LL HI: N US 01'HARDWARE. .Arrive Cedar: J Kt-viiTill'itJJDAY: 'L't.J). I Arrive :aMAdar Ke.5IO.XIUY. (C. A. M. 4
Ji :;' : > .', Ktileiutnt of xald ,> ', and n.k for a tint g. ij
; / c.xtvlK.iit :1nml1llld\lioHi apply to
For VtfAffbt pau huvitij: ) j .
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: i Captain on board, or t to It. I n. THOMAS! Ascnt, 'fari'a.MCDONOUOII&BALLAINTYNE .
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f ** !hl'ritrnll xoG1dottmr.. ----- ----- :.

.;.," <:. -fl0? ; I3OOTS- "'& 'S- f!'h 11th._1SSO- -S I ri"qf., ; t. P 9 -. : q'., U

4,. . ; Hardware Tin GI' m'JJ.l1IwILI! : : n WARF.HOUHE : [.L\.C] .IJ[ .1 .:L:: IUi:1T < rf

'. < : ?<: ? of FHASK BLAIR, (ie'CC1ZCd.Ix : CARPJ.NTERS: ; ) TOOLS, CAR-I I

S;#,.' '.- : .:;-.: S ..A -S DlER FARM months from (1A'.C hrrvof, I will prevent IE-M.KCls! ; St.Tl'J.ll: I EAST BI O.\D tl\\\ KKAIl ATI.'ANTIUI) GULF: Ill; IIOT,

ncconnt! anti vouchers f' the
; .4'' ::S ; .f'1f; ( 7R.PRqDUCEO} Court; Hillslwrouph county for a : Impure UI- Ab Sod Ii of a SioTcs, Tin,Wootoare, Eollo'mre, S A.VA.3ST3ST.V1 J, CJ A. 80\

.'' K'Ulemout of!ud: ivtale, and u.k for a .1tcbtly Jlrty white color. It may t.'nKkerwart*, Tahle and) Poekit Cutlery

:tf'.. '. 4.'..,;";. .>. ;, .-..'. ...",:?. ;.FORT. .."MEADE,. ; FLtY. .7"r"t: from the ddminmralion of the appe Jhr. arvliue>nt n "..M'IP'I.t'N"T', examlnotl hr Itt '- (iLiL.. pittols! : Ainmiiiiiiion. and, lick .\ i I MANUFACTURE OF SUGAR MILLS! PAHS i A SPECIALTY., < St

... 'r .. ,tioS' : '.:.",,4".:'':" --TTe cul' roedal attention to ". I>. ISAAC CKAFT, iilri <,j.O"R.A'n Z n.\ vnAt1tn.:1. (I.it ,t'lIl'i.I; ):ofFarmmpcmcnts.. i.
S : "' U.\.I'\D .ill thovztho
-_ .' SherifTand Ex-\:! >f5eio Adiar.. "
'' >: '-';;.J' :Goods vhlch we purchase. from' thlSSO cllncrnc00 o. ., of a!n! kindsf I t

S S :: itouc";' : Auction Good t>r tiot )nr P.otw JOd.\ I '. 'f"l ? +( _
"J' ; .,,::. 'S&o are in Our .' We buy FINAL SETTLEMENT. wbt"nl "tu.rI'\"hontl 00-I.t. Ii i ni'i, iw Trjci*, 1'low.ILnnjs, \OC\ I :IIT.I.D .\:.. CUAHAXTEED ror. Yi

-Z 5 ". _; > SS.I ', Ji&uthaudpay Ca.h for them, $;:IIA1t. SVtSL.4JEI: uwd ..rCoed. Sjudts I ,R : v1-:AIL 1 I .

.t; .,:: .;:.. ; in, oar customer the benefit of &..! C. f. GR.1 TER, dcrctuctl. A nimrlo t.ut't'. !'{ cf thoJ eflnraal'vaoo tke4.Pu&z 11orn : F 6

.. 'i \ once, Come and lee.S. months from date !hereof, I will pri- of oiT.int( VrnMs lot To Mills.MAKUFACTUIiii.SOI1 :!)- :2t, :
tl WJ:4. S '' We will keep a Large Stock of Pent iiy ccoount ant! vouclu-r.s, to tli<- diiwort vpouomi cf carh tm.l with ox5ut n pint: t I .. ,

.44 ; I ss.?: i-t ;::'.., pood andwll them a* low a* Court of HilM'oroii conntv for a of until.lr nil()I.!iot tbon'ufhly pvt..rtvt 11)in
-S old..'and the ettlcnu-nt of ttaid estate and a-k for rloua iaxiluUi mtttir in ttiainfirwrriuJiiriltl fi -.-
; !S -.1" ;J. pay Highest a .." .l r -. "". '
: oCthe Farmer and barg. from the miui-.traiioa! ofthe ,e.!HTKTO afi r t<'ttlinn lonntwraty"iip.iit*< or IJ.xit: (', SKH-S! I Hat: (> FMI.-J-: (:,MMS, '! )" : 70 :
.. S- 1" 1'Pr6. uce ; a .t.lbe tlia !lulu'l { s : i\l I i. nn. ( ,.r II,, !::,q' i.\\TEIL\: nr. "t' r $ M4
-' '. ooncr n'Jiy i) 'imoc 01 : ., "f" jI
:. ; 1). ISAAC CUAIT I'mlTi'llas\ .\Iwt: i-n hand and rt-exiviiijT v:5: "
l' ". S : ';'- : an.t the quaUlJty vi oath: 1Cky tuatt.j a- 1 : t,.') cg. ,., Il.I f. -:' !.II', I'I! t"ln.II'II! \ h.\ I '
.;-'c '. ; ,:. IB. W.BROWS. C.K. SherilFaud I"x-offido'\drur.: cording t.u 1ul1J 1.Do ;rt .It .nrp1ac.. ( fGroceries '".':----a: ,, .11' ,.\ ,-u.-i.i. c .....':. I.' I" ,.:.. r .,:,r ..Itclf '. I >.
: ,! .' {arrh 11th 1SOEXECUTOR'S() Dnso I\nJ r.a'.c 10 r (Ticrr*(\.'. f"1" IIonJ '! '2 ; ". < : .
) ---1-
T 1 : .t (c I T 11'11" n. :I:1 OJ I: ( ( i 1-YT= h. :.11 $ ; ..
1 BROWN & _. see that tbdr r"n. 1. .e;i tli packa o ami 'r.iil ,I & Provisions l' .., a JVrn
: -- -- W .. .
f .. .r-.P
.,' 1i"ti': : .. -. ftvt llt>pujtst nail 't4tt! !tTI.C. Thn uacf i I nil 10'. or :ul.ir.I II. ;i.\' I"J..il.I ,: ". 1 .
1 .;'f.1'5: 'RRAI ESTATE' NOTICE. till% iLh eoct niit! tu vrclf TVLCO to1'ovUJT ri.j \Vl.ivli 1 iflVr. at b-.ttom ;price*", fur LVh S : [ : :

,: '_ : :r ;"' : ; IX MONTHS froni thi' the midei ,tavxs twenty too its cmU the ProdtKs of the Fariue.iBlackSmithing
tIS'l'i tir
[ S : : > -CLEAB.WATER II.- sned will apply to In.If. 1 I. Boo one rocnl picVajo f* .Kat1a tifur.a.tiun TT '
't .
l'' : -. -,. 19' ;S.- ; TTVL'O several years County Judpo JliIhduoroigh County : ; THIS TO YOUR BROCER.gan n"i' "I
!,:.tW ";-'. ,": : :-: s S the cultivation of Orange ., for tinal settlement and di).chaife: : I
__ __ ._
xecator estate of I). 1 n. Tucker deceas ER.ACKET3, IRON RAiLING, ETC., S; S
: : i fralU in Florida .
r ;; ; li-tropical ,
;{ '' .:. :.-'- 1.;' to.: well acquainted with tile land H. I..MITCHELL.lVy. I In a>nn>- ; i 19th, 'SO.Guardian's. d. sdl kindr. ..f r.l.ACKSMnillNt: I !, -.AN1. P"
; Ilillcborough y
S. v: S 7 tern part I' \VHKKL WllItJllTIXtf) ; <;rX SMITH- I 'I')
.& -' : ;: .cost region Hemando, south b* oS A ** ; : ,

'...'. : we fee) qualified -render. jSToticc. tl sOar .;" I,l iNJ)!., knJl,At-,;., wiil> di-'patch! :nd on uaMnaA : AllCIIITECTU1UL) IllON I WOIIKS ;. .. 5.
:) = .I
S -1 tance to partita desiring to loe-: IX MONTHS from thin date I will 1 A food Mipplyf' Wagt.i': Cart'. j wJI'y ,; ...
S named. We offer .
S 5 ections$ oar pre eut my accounts and voucher to tZ't I 1'iisRio.Wht.il i I I liurnmH, At'U hun-l.I.I'ha4c OK J ALL KINDS \STYLKSFOi! : CHURCHES, STORKS: ANDDWF.I.LINOS"SKN
locating U. S, or Statel, nd, I : : : : \ I"
: .. purchaing improved property. lion. II. L:Crane County Judge Hill- e t >zi\'.' me a call..May I. D l' ; :
; ) ijU County Florida, for final Bail 'dYi'\ Wth, ';-.\.' ; I .
will be
c- ..'. S S rwed for nenicca ten very. light- and discharge from my Guardianship I ,-- --- -- *_ E. "T I J jT'j KtV-VJ 41 11 f f r' TyT"A E CVx jp y1" |f_x\_ T_CT>,:. -J-.j>.3 FLA_ : ::1
S percent. .\1'
.- 4S..",'. '_ .. _- >J Emily. Duke. .gJJ.0i \ '?ulc .'t ','lIt: tur! the Ci'iintit-s: ojl' I Iiill.-U.r.iuj.l h, llonuiiivlo an : 5-5 II. I. 0:7.
S MR.B: \\;BWOWX{ ; Feb. 1&-'SO. Gutrtlitn.Administrator's : A\r.\ G. FEBHIS'geut.; \ --. -- '1. J, '. IX ..'-1'11' !

i-3 : ._- .Gulf Nnreeriea-the largest m ..
J. ,
: : "' S l"soridA-will furniidi young o blest iinprovoi cawn.cj isac!.ine cuts STAPLE DllV GOODS .1

z- S d_.._ 1>_imilitv. for.tn. Ki.>. Notice. off a 2-foot Ini 'in 2 min tcs. A 8100PRESErn' 1 S i, IJ
n. n.nor r5'lxS
1ii5 : will takecontracu for -lix MONTHS after the Crt pnMieationof wUl Lc & 'l'ntot; men who I LADlES: &CHILDPtMsS! HATS & Stecs \ AGENTS FOR >M 1 WII5
can saw a5 mULh in the oM vray, as me rnaa 3 V
: aettlog out groves guaranteeing thin Notice, 1 will apply( to the lIon. o'y-tl}
S free.'V.
can with this machine. Cir I1.rs: stIlt
: : '.' 'trees, lid out by him. ,Pricen ( of Probate of Manatee County, Tin and Crockery 301'0.
GILES, 711 AV. L.ct.: CLica ,
S S .i; .\11.1.n! LET in I
.c S .4iLargc for work very fr'r a final discharge aa Admini- .. hOOKER x ll.-rnnndocounty,
S be made known on1 applica of the eoUite of Zory. J. Curry late of Gl.VY'S SPECH-iC. H'f I:. Ilar are C, Cutlery, Willow & TOTOFUUNITURE .JAMlM.: '1'L'iJNKU:! in Manntvv i-ountr.

: : 7. reference given. Address 3n3tre County deceased. T3ACC THOM f \- j'k.It'nin I.wy nnintr, atul
S S BROWN & WILLIAM KARKThC Groat: TRADE MARK & COOK STOVES, \.\1\ \.: \vuILlx.llucT; in liflIshor'.
/1 ALDERMAN.Adrainitrator.. ,
S Clear Water. ; S J: UK II sit r BRIDLES BITS SPURS fie N] \\r l-I.L\"\r:] x. (;( X., I'ULII t" tISI... S f'
/ .\ ::CflC4L )'. \
Tini' "Mtanutl a.-i-'cis?
) are au-
.- lEt 1S0. tl.J Ol\'I.1 .

.: \I'. ..+E. O.. fc Jt'.-;itFS f,/* euro l11 for L.ill.II StiniEJFCBI ':'Ilfc- ',... l'i HI\: y\ AND LIGHTGRCEnIES l\raH'U.fh.c'tnr crw ol' .th rivd tin-. '.... i.iark!.. aiul\ trand. ]* : iip : :: 111t'lr r"loc't'll\'C ranis.
otico of ';::' I 't
Insolvency. i\'. 1':1 I' : I Alt tliv i III l .vfit. ; .iko and 1 l ruuU run into S

T:: :. A ,. County Court, Ilillnboro' Co., 1 la..WIJERIUf4 it., C-i .iIl.:.\\.t-.i" > li't. -5-
; : hI } "I..t.'n-- I FINE FAMILY CARRIAGES AND If. l'
.,. ._ HO'BERT YOUMANS T A.mG.sr..1: all dK-AFTER TIt1C.et.'ea FLOUR. COUN: GJMTS, MEAL, T. LYKES.

S KEY"WEST, of the .tate of David that fallow as a .i.iunre of S'lfbu..e KICK. (0..1'll.\(ON, TOllK, nr..I.-\'iI,-, Via. ( .-t. 1-t t. 1R 7fl.5 .
; .
I. Nix. deceased late of Hill,1froMch .. SALT.COFFEK: SUCJAH: :'1 IL -- -- -- ---- S .
.\ a< L<' of 'Mii.-'ry, < !iY-'rjai Ia- ; '
WJLVV; :. :> XtleadB personally to all Florida, filed in the office of ; PHETONS.S
5S3'ifft h. -"v- '- menU solicited end aatirfaction County Judge of said county, a written Mtudo ion Ihthi in the C.v k, iiimiu--; otherMncao Yi. UP, ISKKAD, BE.\ ;S. I 1iC1.l.111tI1CiSbIO(1(1\\ ( : ;: J
I'rcmaturo Old nnd '
; ,
.. --X returns by' niall. of the : iid many
-t. &*!&- > : j Prompt insolvency of estate.: FERRIS' CELEBRATED HAMS.
:S, ;*' *,.' ..*;. ''."'j'. ,''--' f1 .- S Police i* hereby given to all pernoJW : that load to Infinity or C'iiMiinp- CALL IN AND! GET THEIR PRICES Il1FXiUPUICIIASING: .i\ TIL.1Tt )
!A ff \ i I tion;.and a.1'rcuiatare Grave.: DRY AXD SALTED MEATS.Gwinnl I : S
or'an ? -
: claim ) nature 'npsm4 th KI* EWIIKUE.:: : : S \ .. .'

lY'r'A: :;. : ON' '0' -'"\ d estate to file the,same duly.authenti) which Z4Y we r ull!dot-ire'jiartieulan to send in free our by 1-'Unrhkt mail to, ; /)- its.i&cVt* rtrj of all kind, -.-.---.. ---- ---- _. -. Haraosu Maker.Upliokterer&o r '14
f hi the efnce of the of ,
I ,;: :, MAA 'v' ; COnntyJudge every one. Ccy The Specific1 Medicine h i TOBACCO & S E GAR S, ,
before of
the lilt
: .
'on or
: :;: : S S county sold by all dniggi at Jl package, or T.UU'I"L.\.
..\ ; : 4: i. EklSSO. at which time.there \r And Fancy (;irootri. of en'n''nriN. \'
1EWEUYJA.CKSOJI .ix for $5 will be pent free by -5'S
'"x. ..'. : ..->.; n 5.. .. S b* a pro r t, distribution of the Mid mail packages or He keeps t l1 l .n.l a large: Mork of Hood I = !lie foiu.l : i
55 on reeeiptofthe by at the
," money dt1.rl..ing. corner of Miller ft 4
.".p 12 among the MvenI crcditon entitled : .SubfUuuial 0.1< to suit the -country tra.lenail Can
,. .. TItEGRAEDIU'I- CO., Httin'ii Su.re
; do 'all
: and the said administrator di- utter them than ottcnnlbufure. : .
t :"c., :': :/.J- U ,." JJ."' t< MechanicH 15U>ck, I>rrnoiT, Mtcir. cheaper 5- ever kinds of work in fa i.c line. }jep,iring of
: -
: .
S ChA'itn Sold ia Tutnl' by all drTampa.'Jan. i"t.. lInnl.J'JJ.! J, '. ''c 1'tt.Jd U.r
S, S : S Si n mv name a* County Judge of jyi FaiiiiliHotels; 1 anti Ships <- mp-v.
LUIIltt'll .
> C" ,
'f1fit y :si *} V1LLE 15-'SO. k J --, :;t ,
v 111.1' 1 M stuck j
k ( Leather
"k..$ ." .>.5 county tLiu 27th day: April A. D. ._- ---.- _. ------- at tlu lr wo-t r-s. \ A\.PI -,.. 4 --u.MI t. ,: I :- -
4 I
I'uigy llanu-s
'. 4' iAlligator I Saddle
<; 5. .; ,-.'..'.":"-.- .:.. .t. ,Teeth .I.nd- ,ct. Bird- County Judge. .8. P: "AYnEf & CO. II I I Ti..ci-L:: .a. 5-4IiL4 ., I I/ ."l rru. '<, >.;ri5r.ilitiirtli.. ;! .* .\c.I 5
.f"hued. 29 Cm. I' -
April -
.. : 'f''.. :1'Io ,. Tampa: --
A Have always on hand, and i wn-tmlly t ]-
*'i'.Jo. '' .1". .".",_ '. : FROMTAKPATOFT.KEAOE. I lC.lll"l"l1111i! l
:: ;' '; : 6.: M. LOYERl T ii: receiving fIt..h i>ipply of -S- <
,. .'..,j J.-". _..; -J''.,'<<- :. \ h ..- ; Spencer, V S .
'. "n.i1 '1"'Iot'.::.. :":... '-..' -- PS -.wrtaDEALER ; IJCEKSEDAUCTIOXEE S Family Groceries The undi rsiciutl t i i. lit" pnpared 1 to ear- I '

; .-41. :; .". "wTTr I'!::- -n.ri r.uiv": j"-int on the line !, / .
? c JAS.. R with iiui'k .!'-i'at"'l. <;(."l l-ttick tll\.Il-'II\-' 5. 1

< ..J"i li.:. :" :" ": IX T.Ulr.l'LA.. S ('oniti:1g ill part (.f f'-rt:!, v -iicl! .". llatt-i": : tva.-onaMc. t 1- 5

-.J.I '. '.' : .. .
Auitiv.vi; lItr\1tTnlr 5z
and Ltqoor Will give special attention, all biwir c- :
'. 'i, "- FLOUR, OUITS; IE.\l., COR:. OATS, -
'S ,1J"1 J[ -.J 1te,2r line. .Returns on day lof nale. Leave Tampa '\'t..ll.l-.by, 7 a. m. and ;
.. :: : } 15KAN. P.ACON, HAMS, SAUSonn And Shoe Maker
Saturday T2 ni. .
il ; :-C.nnT ,
; kOEJJROP & MadsenKeep .4 .
Lovengreen Arrive nt Ft. Mcade Thnr-day by 10 a.
CIUCKEI: 1lt5Enotiti.: ? the lMi" that he S
: (>iroer of Washington'and S in. and SniHlny: l by 31', n>. k-M-j. on-;.:m.l .
a complete Stock of ; ., cxj S
S St.inh Tobaecn, Matdim
l'il'l''t c.,
; Leave l-'t. Meado Thursday S in. and S I.'t.H"ItIrtwr! and is
1' j .
\\Tietethe r-jviaredtn )
S \ Msj"-wilI TAINTS, !VnInk and l'Io'rt 1.tat the largest and { ul>
} niii-.i etunpietv u .r"r I (t'u- T'IlIxi::tet'tre n:f Catriagr. IN" TIlE I .ntiai nnd
.his tttnT Wend and OIL, S Monday) h a. in. 'HJ LII. liijgitv! foi the u.iilt .oi i- S nctt' work at fair pricv. : '

;i ;S S them prompt;attentioa, and GLASS, 0111.and) _\ prica-' l low a' they can 1 1J b. purdte3 Arrive ai T.unjia) FiiJay by C p. in. and a fjH- ;. .Jat-k.n. : C. .n '-, Tampa.: Fla.

S- ; S aet, and the beet Iiuor In Furniture made to order. 'Also all kind) -J- -wi orAll kill (f Country l'l.Ul't' Tuesday by II a. tu. CORNER PLUM S AND TWELFTH STREETS, .. I. _

1_& : OIye Whiskey a of l'i 1ure Frame at reasonable price -aatt' an-1 ( v.I prisv* paid: for #a lh-. I. WOIITH, CINCJt 1- TTIj o. w'i; *.nb..0j4n'l.: ( t-t-.ItwJith-Ih..nJ.." 5- S .5

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