The Sunland tribune
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048571/00043
 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: December 15, 1877
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tampa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hillsborough County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hillsborough -- Tampa
Coordinates: 27.970898 x -82.46464 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Tampa Blue Print Co.
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: J.P. Wall, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 44 (Jan. 6, 1877).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071706
oclc - 02711399
notis - AKR0005
lccn - sn 83016264
System ID: UF00048571:00043
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Succeeded by: Tampa tribune (Tampa, Fla. : 1885)

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I 1HESUNLANDTRIBUrW. I A. IL GOOL 'LtN. L1IE ROY MYEK I It POETRY.rr I compensated in knowing that our Tampa ed at the baby to see if he had swallowed It was a fair Aoung girl with golden hair I. ; 1

------- -------------- -.--- friends, were enjoying the pleasures of friendly<< anything. I shook the broom and, looked inthc and timid, pleading eyes, like a hunted fawn's! :

PUBLISHED EVElIY SATURDAY." '! GOODMAN & MYERS, CIOD'S PLANS.Oh reunion. Major: Frierson in spite of his seventy clock, poured out the ink, and looked in Burlington 1r :k-Eye. : !'

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-- years was hale and hearty as was also his the camphor bottle, and! then I came into -- "
CFFIOK, COUSEHOF Wumxa & FKANKux yet ve tni t that iiu-how ,p.M..1 l lVilll.ethe ; ,i'ASplritcdAth'cllturc.
!genial family with: the exception ofIi E. the dining-room and felt inside of a cold tur-
ll'IWLKSALK \ th iugo.iI! <.fill, ':i
.-;::-.. -. --.- .-- := = r., ;j'.inpi. of II.HUr\', t-iiw of will, who was slightly ilhli-pocJ.:< Capt. Ilcndry key with a !spoon;( looked in my pocket-book, "\Cho' "there T
ADVERTISING KATES. I IVfic-H of doubt, and taint uf MOtH l; has finished his; residence which is quite an blew through my flute, locked) up at the ceiling There was no answer and the queer 'no :

U : 1'L i \Ceel.. 13(0..r3M l (..1! i 3 i;,:-1 car.- TOBACCO & CIGARS_ That notl.Inij! txalk with .,imlt.tt fut : addition to Fort, Myers. Mts,;rs. Frank felt in my hair, and! down the hack cf titol'l'td. r

1 $1 f3 Ni $1utl i That ti"t tintlife shall! ) i K- drtroyt,t, Hoi and Chas. Ilcndry will build soon. m)' neck : looked under the cat, and opened "Anybody there r' 4-
3 G t to 14; I :fl o 3:; I !F':5 JG I t't-tO':;j. ;tw.h' Or) t-I"t ril-bi-h to the cold, By the way I mu t not forget' to mention the a can cf oysters, (had to be opened anyhow,) "It must have,been a spirit", he said j :

133 BAY STR T AVlun Uod hath made! the pile ".lnl.lete. } ; fine school at Fort Myers: under the efficient broke open a loaf of light bread, and felt the himself, "I must be a medium. ,I :
Inch in
i. One i.Adrertltemento
t care of Miss Verdicr. With such a teacher }pound cake, (durned thing might have got .
incited ]Jc'+ than One Month[ FII 'That not a worm i itlovrn 5j vain; try
Jt cr square. for f:rt and 75: tvnU for aril ...ahwyucsti1i SAVANNAH, GA_ That not a moth with vain ilorircIt how can the young fail to learn those lessons l in the dough.) I hated to say so, but I told (Aloud).

\nlOn.dYcrti. 'cme Itt.. ivH.m rk*l with the numU-r of fhrml.d l in a fr.ulefire J so; necessary to wealth and culture? They my wife I would just have to give it up, but "If there i3 a spirit in the room, it will signify

tiutv; will be ill>Oerte
'a Conlin..-lv. liberal Adverti-ers. Lvxcn rro"VA. XEW'ORrr.. lUli.'l.l, "..know not anything; ; we can trace friendly rivalry between the had to blow, it open with glycerine. I got a what I mean. If there is a spirit in the rooot.it
KATES to : '
'L:;",,. -Tampa., March-- .2. ;.,-7fi.- -- -----ly.TISON -.- I can: hut tra-t that pwnl rliall fallAt children in expectation of the Chri-tmos; present hatchet; and a monkey-wrenchwrench, and a poker, will t please rap three times."
1t TEHMS OP SUBSCRIPTION : & GORDON. )la.-t-far .ff-lit l h-I, t.. all, *. From here I concluded to leave the and a boot-jack., I sent to six! of the neigh- Three very distinct raps were given In

t} Ttr Anauni, (in advance,) ?-'. And tv..ry u inter change: to tprins"Tcnitytout ") ." mail boat and go to,Key West, so I laid over born, and: borrowed all their keys. I pickedout direction of the bureau.
In -sIurtun
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-f Sis Month, *, one day before going to Puuta Rassa on' my one, and\when I went to stick it in that "Is it the spirit of my sister?"
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e y. -' COTTON ,Our 3Iail Seeticc--Atrip through Char- way hither. At this place I found the operators pantry-lock there was the pantry-key sticking No answer.

, ;j. -,.. BUSINESS & PROFESSIONAL CARDS. .. lotte Harbor and the Caloost nitchce. were at Key West as well Henry Mac- in the key-hole. "Is it the spirit of my mother?" +
;; j.J .::- Farlaml signal oflicer. Though we were Three '
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' / i. B. WALL. To kill the dullness i'OlnthlIaul1 l
AXDComnlissiol1 our we
: The Romance of a Sleeping Car. "
entertained :Mrs. Shultz. From ?
hospitably by "Are happy .
WALL & WILLIS I concluded to try a trip l hy Uunvlo :Sum's It in the Cedar' Out- you .
Punta Ul5we had a quick run to the Island was Rapids sleeper. Nine raps.
null service ID lrt> livers', or as we might side it dark the inside of ink bot-
Merchants. city. There is not much of interest was as an "Do want anything V
& Counselors at Law have ::aid the key of the main and 1'uutaMassa you
! Attorneys stirring, though business seems lively and tle. In the sleeping car, people slept. A succession of very loud raps. I
; to seo it'e could final nuytliiiig to the merchants! look prosperous.; Col.! Crane, Or tried it. "Will you give me any communication if

ANDSOLICITOUS BAY STREET, SAVANNAH, GA. awake our Jcnnaut onerous. Port Ogden Editor Key of he Guff and Mr. Clark of the Some of them slept, like Christian men getup" I I4b''f. If
CIIASCKU, April 8ih 70. ly. it i is: true ha? had) some little life of late, butt
IS" Tampa, and and and
Peacefully sweetly
D1strange Batch{ jtrewie their good looks. It i is women. No answer. ,
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TAMPA, FI .\. W. 11.!'CJI IIIJT. F. M. ZIEGLKIUSCHMIDT coiitieleriug; the litiny things they quietly. "Shall I hear from you to-morrow T* r 4
PIt.\. l Ct: in all the Court' of SOUTH loutine. Au occaional Indian wihlul1- sometimes; say. Moiti: AsoX.Hunting Others, slept like demons! malignantly, Raps very loud in the direction of
WILL dle of buckskin! to exchange for the death l r I it their
() lA. & ZIEGLER. hideously, fiendishly, as though was door.
Ofiice-TJUUl'to: nuiMing, up sbirJ.. dealing /Hl.nt-lir! water, seems!; to be the : for that Key.My mission else awake.
to keep everybody "
Tami: I'chit', I1!*';'. tf. "Shall I ever see you ?
great attraction. A party of immigrants wife looked worried, and whisperedthat Of these, the man in lower number: threewas Then came from outside the door.

S. W. SPARKIV1AN Wholesale Grocers, now and thin give us a vi-it. but leave as supper' was ready ; but she couldn't : the "boss." When it came to a square He waited raps long for an answer, to this

quickly. Cow hunters arc the only ones Hud that pantry key ;" she knew the company snore with variations, you wauted to count but and after
at question, none came
At'tOrl1CY IMPORTERS OF WINES AND LIQUORS, that make a lung sojourn the quietness four wa hungry, for it was late ; that sugarS "lower three" in. With a full hand and a about the extraordinary visit, he turned f
county ha it< attraction:I and the pioneers in the I pantry, aud she couldn't find that pocket full of rocks.
AND and fell asleep. On getting in the
..",..It Nos. 49, 51, 53, & 55 New Levee, of the south have: made this a nut inviting key! wouldn't 1 please fiud it ? Certainly, I We never heard) anything snore like him. of his up mother
; he found that the spirit
SOLICITOR IX Cl retmit to their lamilit? and fiiend'Vc are :said bh-sa her heart ; don't be troubled, I'll Tt Wflii the most clctcmintti* snoring that'wins
I A H T?VHJ 0 J 0tV UMtl\' and his ,
: a carried off hU watch ,
New Orleans.ly in II> with Incrca-wl I mail ilit t.* and tied it anti I started out cheerfully. purse
, FT. MEADE, FLA.lLLI'UACTiCEinull JK-J l.rm : ; quite ever done, even on one of those tournamentsof and his great coat down stairs in the balL
r. of South trau:,p\irtuiioii others may find it to their m- looked on the mantle-piece and the table, snoring a sleeping! l 'car. He didn't begin '
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l:!l- W I Florida.Pv. ECKMAX\ & VETSnUUG I tart to cast their lot ne.'.r the month: cf and I -'uk-board. It w.s'ery evident it was as soon as the lamps were turned down aud < ... ..

'r. Dlay rds ),&t, lSil;, 1 Jy liner ('icvk or in Indian 1 parlance the TcluJaKupko '- not thereo I said quite gaily, it mutt be iu everybody was in bed. Oh, no. There was told hi6une
-:? -- -Annie Louise Cary a Chicago
Tdl '-V (t1iC(.. lla'du-e River, {for fm-T lands cannot : the room.. Sol went into the spare room more cold-blooeled diabolism ia his! system that' Clara Louise Kellogg

." .. .. Vliclssaie Dealers? i in be f fuun I fur tio] ioal fruit or better iu- and looked on the bed and the wash-stand, than: that. } waiteel uutil everybody had reporter San Francisco
while duet with her in '
f" TTemvick Taylor, duumcuts! nut: to m:1ke: h.tue fiu.l l :';:rn: in I the bureau awl window scat ; wcut in the a little taste:! of sleep, just to see how singing broke dow a in :a cadenza, and that

.- .' nature's solitude than in tl.o viviuiiy: : ot': this parlor anal looked. on the piano and the bookca.e good and pleasant it was, anti then he broke ,
; :..;1-ILLI:. FIJ.1.lS1ND trifling quarrel was the consequence.
(Ltli Dry I iod1i( ( Motions() &'t.<'. ii\er. Favorablyituat.1l: for luiunieiee and up -tair-: on all the mantle-pieces, beds: in on their slumbers like a winged, breathing "
, .-; ] : ,;; )It.di!i.r I*. :S.; :I-ind Oflko I>. (sit'. atun.k-1 tills, !"It. .md atVii.4 ii>Klon, to Denver. Miss Kellogg and I have p
i. "ith ,,:,ial .:-&.;.; .: ....... rival! in b.auty and raj.idity! I of growth some( .(,I+ mrche had it lately. She said she was again that night. I ,
.' u r1 tfr Savannah Ga. : 1 liar and dittereut ideas about the Tent
.. ....... 1 10------ of oil r i r.i.;ie i'uitunate sister eitkos'tl.e: ,! :tiris ceitain that she had! it lif.e.n minutes ago. He started out with a terrific"Gn..rr'r.tr' a
-- -- of She alwa"s'nuts tho Pulttujtv
-. J..FlaTEV: -, 1". '. H>Lt3Ts plainli'a:< ) I p;'ruu.h -- to 1tie: ?W\-I( .S I l"ukt'.lun.kr the side-board, and under l cars. !
.. ,.... _- June x77 t, tf. I to be warm, and I always ILK' to havfr .Wt. ,1."P
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-- -- be it cattl hors orlief >, lit the fender I iu
;; '- -- -- "" --- hogs ; canheie the door u.at and on went That opened every eye in the car. We all '
& MNLEY i C A R E A RT & BROTHER find) indiuvm-n'. ( I .wll..k..ll in the and of fresh air. The reporter: akcd Miss.
FINLEY i"viry IJunn's pi.iirie the -p.tre loom : grate: hoped it was an accident, however, and trusting "
about the matter and shi saiajf.:
logg ,
(l tlu- tilll';: grazing; kind ..f 1'ia. i--; in : in the watt r-piiclur, un.Lr the pillows and that he wouldn't elo it again, we all forgave
....l\.ttOrIley-. t I.:.a'Y. IillliJrtel's and Wh31esa;: Grcccra 1N.11 twomih-of tIn villa;;.: j Mpv-r andr!< a on the loek. I l'Xl'\I"l.llllydf for t interrupt- him. Then he blasted; our hopes and llu't'nnt to quarrel with! Miss Car -j

, '1LL1:. 1'LO1:1D.1.. ( :ind<<1 .">tt Park IM.icv, di-tanco: of e:;:'!.ity milekills, the flue Lizh in;.j the company, }but I went in the parlor curdled the sweet serenity of our forgivenessby fact, we are too :good friends to quarre -
.1.fClLSOXJ what she b false. I had tlint
1 pine alnl"1 hanun.ck landj d' 1\::fee ('reek. J If amid l looked l in the coal-cuttle, shook! theguitaicae a long( drawn says sung ,

': RVCTICEinthe Sutoan-1 Fslcral 110.1 yvurt.- NEW YORK. you \\i-h to eii;: :age in m.inufactnrin; where ; : and looked bJand the pictures, "(Jw-a-h-h-h-hah: !I" elcuza eighty or ninety< limes, and :
Mill >:ice "l lat 'trial: atttntion 1<\ Jad..oI- ._ 1 cl-e co.ild tii.d I much !la'ent .in'd l in the h'Nk1:11 in the ilower-vasCs and sung; it as it was writte- and she had :
, to Lu-im-i .* in the U. S. Uni>.l (> :4.ttt -- --- --- --- L- one sir" : pov.i-r oiilywaitiu.r : : That sounele-d too much like business; to be
. "ille, Fix and WwiingU'n, 1 U. C. ';-tr. f fr; energy; and l capital t.i ,I..ve'.ip: it- shook! all the shell-. 1 then Kin un to our acd.l utal. Then every head in that sleepless in the habit of singing it.with. others wh

Tin Shop Tin Ware mighty: ivmimrruit' :< andv 1 .::ttal.li' I room and looked in my boot, and in thepnketot sleeper was !held oil the pillow for a min- :sang it differently! and that w lOt: was.

_. r Dr. .T. 01111 -i>: 'S :111= grow a- fine in the wain tandy lal.ll1l' Manatee : : my :Sunday:: coat, and: then in all ute, waiting, in breathless suspense' to hear "Then she broke down ? Ccriaiuljr., +

] I1sI c Il!.X.. Having 1 ptrEE3iiiOf!: located in Taspa.pox coiiiitv; as; in the rich alluvial! tIl'lllI-it.* of i.f t 1 My I wife'-. pi<:kvt-1. the worst, aud the sleeper in "lower three"wcut sang it as: it was written, and she didn't ,

: KAFUKI '- !:: iUT. the! ML,.i 5,-ij,j-i i valley. But a-j u-ial:: I commence I camo: back into the dining; room and on, iu long-drawn, regular cadences thatindicated held my temper; but ahe got angn', nUll .

;: AND am I.r''i.rt..l to :fill all or.Ki l f.rTin a .h f:ription! of :a trip: :and I ]Ln-c to i iiayom.thing 1 found 1 my wile, cook\ hou t'-girl and two good u staying! e ualities. I soothe her I said tint tie audience! 1

SURGKOT.TAMPA ;; of out bud and ilimate. Hut I ehildieii: all looking fur the key. 1 asked "Gtva-a-ah! Gwa-n-a-h! Gnhwahwah! Gah- never know that! she had failed. That'

FLA.OFFICE "Wuv, ; Stove Tines; 1 cIt. to rilurn, we loft For (>.Kn Mond.iv: nrrmiing :ny wife; .if she! wariiht certain that she hadLad ahwah GLhwa-a.a.ah!" I !hcre was to it." As to the difference: ;

; on tin- I*. S. mail :-loop! Alttln'-t; t for Tort the key to-day, but\ she looked so hurtat Evidently it was: going co lot all night, .opinion about car ventilationIici

Jurner of Lafayette-In flock and Ea-t:MOIIIXH of:StrettTnn the Court-*. IIou-(', On dart Tioti-v and i-u-t waUe term- Oi\c;i Mytr.I'unu Ala:: :-a and muni. The wind me that 1 a-krd her to forgive me, kisedher ami the weary heads dropped back on the said1'hv, she complained that the

i"' March 1-t, 1"70.;_If. mea cu5I Kfni'irt La>ing (1-ru I !I.. r.., W:ts blowing; lu-h! fr>m the! iiorthwanl and vowed 1 "ouIIIIl''t'rIoubt her again, leepleas pillows and! the swearing began.: It was too warm, and what did she do ?

Daniel tfe Bro. M. r. IIVYXlMVoKTII.Tanpa ; : we :tilidisi tut'rrily along the o.J..d! : dankof and rant up stairs. : dedaiiu. I would find mumbled along in low: muttering tunes, like went out on the back platform and sat on
Drs.J.AV. 1 Iia.: lath J Ui! '7';. ]vr. thi noble: old ttiv.un, iolluwin; the -nine: that key or dio. I got! a stepladder) and the distant: echoes of a profane t thunder storm. CHHp: -tUC)). \\' r.:u than that, she left .

t "----- -. -. -' -. -- turn ami looking; at the Kuut'u-s that oft the looked on top of the wardrobe, in a hat box, Pretty soon "lower) three.- gave us a little (door; open, and it got so cold that I had

C. E. PARCEL, du-ky warrior !lia-> I p tinted! l in tail('.- gone by and) a batch of raw cotton and! sixteen paper variation. HcshotoiFa: spiteful pull my drc s_up and put my wraps on. r

to the ll.,\\crof hi* 11l :lIt. Along; uther. collar boxeThen I went in our room and "Gwock !r' did actually. No wonder she took cold.vly

Architect & Contractor.Plans bank the old :Spani-h: nm-s ii;:ouned th>* to k cverythiog;
1 i RESIDENT DENTISTS I broad tree.-" and t''I.c cabbage palm: >.tlo !liiiol -hook! them all! l.ard"uil11I1, in the soiled mad at him aud was going to strike. Then keep from ireeziug. We had just left :'

\ and SpecificationsFu its crowned head hi.h: abuse its fallow.The i clothes ba-kit, and! laid each pi(see in separate : there was a pause and we began to hope )he equable climate of California, and were coming

T 1.JlP f, I'LOITI.l. blooms of tin SpiinL-h:: Iiayonet\ water Itlliw 1 place* on the tloor. looked) up the had either awakened from sleep or strangled over the mountains where it was .

t : nislied for and other wild} lhtw\r, Ih'lI.h z -u lute ; lilted cl.imiuy. I went back in the dining.room to death, nobody cared very particularlywhich. cold.: And would you believe it? She '.
Will T.HU BAirrovr, 1-1' \IlUI.l': ; )I. X.\TEE Buildings the air with s\\ttt fragrance; dll'afultc.-. and! stined inthegra\ey di-h and run t1lc But he disappointed everybody witha all that night with the ventilator'* opened.She
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.JnOllLAMX). REFEttIe1 ; B till "Public and Private, miijiLr: of our tropic skies: and climo. (..Xiasionally fork f through the butter, and looked iu the guttural did.) "-A'CJC York Hun. t 'tt t

\ Cot.n. I. Mitchell, I>r. J. 1' Wall, Mr. WU1. P- a huge alligator W I"'t cion the match safe, under all the plates!, and under "Gnrooch:" r t'
Jlendtwn. Estimates: furnished when desired. edge of! the b.uk: half hidden h)' the rippling l the beefsteak. i weut in the kitchen and Then he paused again for breath, and Never flay a Part.Be .

Tampa Florida, iK-o.- -16, *;G. :M'hUALTY.: :S:':ijvrinlvn-liiig; the etin-triK-tiyii of 1 lluiUiiiir-t: "; :t ,:item, oneight;: :It1:; wasulliciuit to lave looked iu the cupboard, the cooking stove, when he had accumulated enough for his what you are, and do not be i

June Iti, *!ui. no trace of his un-ightly bulk. .\ deer prob' the refrigerator, the rat-tiap, the coal pile' purposes he resumed: business with a stcuto- of it. If Heaven made you this, or that,
PAINTING -'"TAMPAHHOf- -"' ablytartcd, by our talk took to the river thc cider barrel' and a rat hole) *, I came back rous the other, you are that and nothing else.You L

ahead of u-, he waa iK.ble fellow and howwe in the parlor! and moved the piano, and the "Kowpf!" are only a plain person ; very well ; it

.., ;..., House, Sign & Ornamental Painting, longed for him, we tuniejd l the bout: t;;- book-ca e, and the pier table, turned the That nearly shot the roof off the car. Thenhe good to be a plain pcrm;on. At all .

;', All budne+$ in the line attended to with dipatchTampa rjf si m p si, 1 '1 <> iia :i.IIOUM ward him and for a few moments we -eenied chair- up"llclll'n! and looked in their bottom went ou playing such fantastic tricks with don't try to be stylish nor pretend that '\ .

:I ,f t and a Poo reao-onalo1e tenntl. to gain, ho -)on realized hipoition; and ?-. I apologized to the company, aud saidwe his nose and breathing things that would uucle, the shoemaker, was an English (

M C. W. WF.U$,. Fla. I IrpIIJS struck t for the oppo-ite:< shore, a moment and had only misplaced a key a little. make the immortal gods weep, if they did but man. You have no "grand .aspirations," j

7 March :.I!. 1876. Iy : ': IIAVINC \loci<< 1 enlarged andrtfuntiIt'd once again he wain: hi- leafy (overt. Onward They looked hungry, and seemed truly to hear then It seemed a matter incredible, it "yearning after lofty things,"so don't
-r __ jlll'P-t:. !i4 now rt-.,.h" for the rm-iitimi of the wind and tide swept ".> bv the different sympathise. with us. I heard my wife and seemed.an utter, preposterous impossibility: that you have. Neither roll your eyes

:: Herman l VcissbroiU, 1 landingold! :< forts A.e.: Fort "')'IHla, the cook anti the house-girl and the two that any human being could make the monstrous quote poetry that you, do not understand.You

;; Location-High, Dry andPleasant. and camp Whipple were both old station? children in the collar moving cord wood, hideous noise, with its breathing ma- can't play the piano; then don't say

i .' -.8' A... D DLD ii. Tables.npl'i.1) with the U't. during the Indian war, at pre-ent 110 trace: empty' barrel aud) tlower pot. I got a lad chine that the fellow in "lower three" was are "out of practice." Out with your op'inions. .

of their warlike names l:) apparent.; The tier and vent up into the attic, looked under making with his lIe ran through all the If you think a thing wrong, say BO

.1 Hairness. Maker, Upholsterer &c. Stables in connection with the House. mill, leUrtcrs: and other places that lay the onions and! on all the strings of red pepper ranges of the nasal l gamut, he went up and don't wink at it because it is f
r; : TAMPA, FLA. Tampa, March ::I.1>., ISAAC: CU.lTgt'nt Iv.111.111A along the river were rapidly l passed and as I and then I looked out on the roof, %ud down a very chromatic scale of snores, he ran Take the common sense God has given

/Tlan be round at the corner of Miller & HenderS --- --. twilight appeared we landed at the Charlotte I just to feel sure that I had not neglected anyplace through intricate aud fearful variations until and use it. Some silly folks may wile, bQyou
\ / on'i Repairing Sure, ready of to learn do all kimln of Ac.work attendid in- AND CEDAR KEYS. Harbor J'. Office, kept by John F. BurtholfAM I l looked) down the chimney and at the it seemed! that his note! must be oat of joint in will meet with some one, after
\. :._ to promptlr. lie: keep band, a R'I1.l rtockLeatbeTSaddlea name it sufficient. Their is one tore! |I lightning-rod. Coming down stairs I met u thousand places. All the night aud all who will appreciate. your truthfulness, '

\ ;Sircinglea, Bridles Girth Bunjy! Ac.llarne, Saddle THE U. S. MAIL STEAMER, here, school fcc. This is expected t-j be 31 I! my wife, and felt like telling her the key night through he told his story. say, "No humbug there, and take you
( Big Sump, important place Bartholf i is i could be in the house but she value. And if f
very sonic day, ; not possibly ; "Gowah ; gurrrh gu-r-r-rl! Kowplfll Gaw- your true not, why you
: building a tattle wharf, which will soon be ; looked so troubled and worried! that mylunrt awwah gawah-hah! gwock! gwarrrt! gwah- respect yourself! ; which a humbug

(15I RANGE GROVEr completed. The oay' is one \>If i the suet li.h,1 was touched], :and I couldu't say it ; butI h-h-h! whoof! doct. .. F .

.: ing places of Fla., and,) the 1 jvople here never 'I I determined that I would have that key if Just as' the other passengers had consulted Hew to Attract Attention at ::a

I i. HOTEL have lack of this delicioufooil!, o\sxrs, are :,: would have to take up the carpets and all |i together how they might slay him, morning Capital. :..!
: :: rr. .T. OOOltTfc-AJX: plenty also aiul fine too to judge by: the oats I" the loo-ie phu-teiing.: S) I got the step-ladder! i 1I I dawned and "lower number three" awoke. One of two young ladies who recently

{HOUSE is now reopened for the reception Cnpt. IA3LiS 3IrKAY.Learcs we found on our trip. I I again, and looked over every door and win- j I l t, Everybody watched the curtains to see what ted tins city, from the country, wrote
.i" Gnats. Select board with elegantly furnLdiedT Wednesday we reached Fort: flyers !, elow in the house. 1 got down on the floor manner of man it way that had made that as follows : "We attrackted a good eal '..' I
tmenla ventilated, eicgle or in tlUilin, for Cedar Ke\, tin Manatee, '
Tampa every
01 the,most find:delightful location in the town. Sunday and! Th ui..lay.lx.aVes and rective l a truly phasaut welcome from and felt all over the tarpcts. I looked in I I beautiful sleeping-car a pandemonium. Presently attenshun while promcnadin' the streets :
I I a r"* a i and families or tranoient boarder can : Cedar Key"* fur Tampa,rig Manatee,every 'many friends tit this cow hunting city-no I the de;g's mouth, and down both barrels of i I IImy .I the toilet was completed, the curtains other ladys' and olden up our cloze. ,
1I,.. ooonuaodmted at very reaaoiiaLIe Iri k. Monday and Friday. parted, and "lower number three" stood re- dy isu t uothin* now which don't hold u ::
..ier JL L. CRANK,&; CO, Fare'lietweeu Tampa and C*,,!ar Ke\-. $S.OO. dr c+'pcet. Some were at Tampa, and whilewe I shot-gun ; 1 happened to think about vealed. there doze, and the hier you holds 'em '

t i.!' '1i7a.,,-01'u.' ; CP..L J '."... l"ropridorl.. March 17 '.7. k If. were sorry to mi-s:; familiar J faces, we w roE [ Major Andre, and felt in my IKX>U. I look- l Great Leavens more attenshun you aUrax. ''

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I1SUNLAND TRIBUNE: The President's Message. 1|L TAt'NToN, \" \- Oct. l2tImi$77: f in a manner- (,'cr !, Cba Xormtin, late editor of a Cter- n'& Madsen

- A synopsis of" the President's ines-agc.has : Hox. W. I'. HAI-LEV, a t>y tein which \* l ; in Kt-kuk. Iowa after travelling i Loevengr
-- --- ----------- '-:- ---- Supt. of Public In.-truction I fifteen ties -in j Ilec J leave In inform t t' J jiiblic; that they hanIII'.L'T
N. .UAWKII8 reached us, from which. we infer that it i is I! When ho came 1 nearly con Florida MAK1XO :MlOfaivl
Editor. I I! Dear Sir :- '\ a U.\ I J'ainl
to be the i I deuce that of near John' Pas, about eight : ]:Ilt'n: \Vfcminfttonrtreet .ow
p. WALL, N:. D., Associate.PLA likely satisfactory, upon whole to !' I regret ; any & aixl Oil store, > t

== most people. The mes>age i is conciliatory, I to pay that our Income this year reduced 1 1to :: lic Instruction of Clear Waler. He has sent :( :Miller.!10 all.V.IIen.K-ri.iu of tir.t Mr.cl.t-UvnRnn work in liw u Ink}
_ TA1\tP A : the President professing to feel convinced I! per cent. Under these circumstances and in : having their 1 : family, amid expects to settle down at | \1 I making manner SAFKS. BKIfrTEAUcv: TABLE?,

,, (j that, the views set forth in his inaugural address view of the fact that Florida has heretofore j the office of the ) ('OIUll'Ui" the culture of lli3 ori i I I'll: .VIKS an.l all Mmrt4 of furniture: )he .. aNo prenarwl -
received much.more than iu share of the It. rfll kin.U in hw line. Mr.
rtImiriiI!: ,
t.> )
were correct. The result have l been l.tUIIIIJ.I a (' ) ; the \5ne.-Clear W\it<-r Tnze. i thai .le.ire them
: SATURDAY. DEC. 15, 18'17. Fund, I wi-h) you could get through the year f I :wart will funii-h *nr one may
happy, the South enjoying, ia well as the without aid. If i it U ('lIon file with Oti Usiox 11cuN11)-Last with 1'VlVrJJLASSof I alt I.11 awl fhipt*,
very iuportaut we j 1 > lon.: j m, MOl-LIU.NOS,
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Ofticial Organ torthe6th.TuCucialCircuit.\ North, the constitutional right to local self- might be able to give one or two thousand i He at once went i i t aliout half-past ten o'clock the old (:i[LtRI'HI ,tJ 111TIi'll"ent t'lU.R\I.(iS at time cheapest

: -_ I" He the of the dollars, but not without great difficulty. anti while I
: -- government. many : ?
= --- opposes known as the Union House, on the 1 II"if M1.
-.' When a con6nned, olti ot goes to resumption act and favors the remouitizntion This i-i just the year, when those States that I lowed his in dis- i .\I.r: I-t 1''f. __ .
have: received but little aid, need! it mot.Please of I m1"aOII1)u\) streets, was j '-
11oralizing. morality &liTers. of silver to a certain extent, awl thinks that jiiirementa'of | be tire the out''! BENNEF&PINKNEY{
let hear from coming
me you. i, to on tam ,
: : ; po the indebtedness of the United States should Yours Respect fully, j in which no i) near one of the (chimneys. The '.
f1f I
Ie- return thanks to Hon. R. II. M. be refunded ut a lower rate of iutcrl t. lIe SF..tRs, II IIH. the Beards to p i after some delay, rl\"CllJ'1! SHIPPIN5 AND COMMISSION MEECHANTS.
Davi1soofor some *peecho3 rnaJj in the General Peal Kducatioual Fu nil. I : '
touches civil service reform iu a moderate Agi-nt ody his tour of the I II Mechanics' the
aud the
I taking .
:: ,house favors.of representatives together with other way. Our foreign relations are satisfactory The attention of the public is called lo the first thill;- to j from the St. .T amt"* cistern, played a NEW YORK.

: excepting with Mexico, and I the PTus-ident! above which we doubt not will be read with for the first lime i. but finally
: tr 'am for a moments, .
: .1rIEir" evidently thinks that he has followed a plain, regret anti some degree of surprise by everyone I the system, the i ': bcrau-e the worn out l holler gave ColmsiglIla4imt'. of Cotton tf Soldh"I.o

When a newspaper man: talks about path of duty in dealing with that country. who feels au'interest in thc prosperity and ,I izt.J. I II 11)\ .
was expected mint! the new one a--ked : '- 'r" to Mo'-rs.V.. \V. WaU...(o.of Tampa.
: shooting, as we understand the editor of the lIe favors The of the schools) of State. I In other !II P'f .
the tax'ng tea anti coffee. advancement high our : ) :t -If..
had been
:A : Guardian has been he t times never uppiCI ,
doing confesses iudictly national credit is !. Foreign trade is quite !1 Soon after entering the duties of mi.incchool r ) I --- -
_gtKM upon my : i
? that he U j just in tile: to save : I j :- T.\ ( H 1t.
not task of de-
equal to I I BJ EI
failed l
riots. I I
encouraging. He deplores the labor office in corresponding with Dr. Sears having to
hou-e from the tire, which had! caught
lending-tlic: an editor's natural weapon All things coiisidcrcl he evidently considers '! stated l. that from my knowledge of the condi- I the same I shed. back of the Union House, the I Commission Ptonse

pen. the nation in condition \\itba lion of school* I satUried that these cases Ills t ,
a very b oil r public wa : from the river "
: ._. : got water playing |
good of still better things to com t at J loa-t doub'c the number would be able to the blunder) ) of OF
,r t We have the December number of prospect I . . .. Du\al tub, and! the Duvals on I ;

the Florida Xcw-Yorker, which i is one of the. -_- comply with the conditions tor receiving am without funds to I j I .'. Xo 'll damage wa- done beyond I j S. B. DOWN ES & CO

A DKeasc that Puzzles the Dodors.The from the fund for which he is agent for the ever, was not f I i ito down the Union House and the ,
; most fashionable periodicals that reaches \
our following is from a letter recently re- ensuing and insisted that he >orl the i : : I
year urge UJKUIthe tipi ;
iu to it-a result that W grati-:
office. It comes out i ia a new dross every !; l 189 Read Street N. Y. ;
cd\e from iu Illinois- :
Trustees make liberal
gentleman fact that
by us a PeaJxxly to a many
the place )has bsen an anti !
month. It :
ventures a little further in the (eye--orc i
lIe iay.:,-" I would say to you that I am tion to Florida at their annual IUC dona'i cently entered .! J Jsufficiently down lorila ( ')
have l liccit
use of illustrations. )fr. Oliver exhibits I torn, 1)r. ; rztiig-e.t,
considerable .U
tired of this cold bkakeountrv. and, wishing I was not in the power of the General) ) a I :the owner. The direction of the wind .
enterprise I
-_ as .a journalist.Tfae.first v- to emigrate to some point iu Florida, I concluded to make any promise that our amount would I law. I the -parks directly across the park (uthPI'1 JJrOtlnce!

: j- to write to you for a description of be increased I. but from the tenor of his letter, Again; hi- 5: .lames wa* further protected !by
number of the Florida Pa10t3eaChCdu31astweekandpreentsavery .A. SPCIA.IITY.nirttmis _
'- Hillsborough and Hernando counties. Those I was I persuaded that we would receiv an a Superintendent: I I I' the roof with the house hose, so that .

: two counties strike mo as embracing the mo-t additional appropriation in this lioj o it ,visit unless! to : %' danger wa to the h'lof 31r.I : : : '
yet '
: seat appearance.. It i is Democratic in politics i j I old gentleman. )Ir. Johu Price,
but independently so, as we iufer. It desirable portion of Florida. It is very sickly will be seen I by the foregoing 1 have been political speech, \1 one Nom of f the Union Hou-e, and F. _\. CLAKKi:, ) I

here Just now we have a new disease On the of his in the I V. W. WAI.I., ':'Tampa..
? IiaPPo1IIttl.| receipt communication t>t cause ctfjcts were -avcd. The fire was very
proposes to devote special attention to Tnlnha.ssee' I' JOHN J.\'K-HS. )
among us and it is very contagion*. The however I immediately wrote asking else could have : the work of an ildi uy, as i in
: local aflVi-y, and evidently expetts its doctors lj understand it. It is I -of the hou-j some : I had been J. C. .\SII.il': : Manatee.. t
not seem to avery that we be not altogether excluded 1 from officer taking i I
: suppoit mainy! from.that place and immediate where the fire was :applied) and 5') it I rtoi)1xJ:; K.V.VK, New York. I
peculiar) Ili."c6\-e. It attack the those who uould receive assistance horseback in '
I grow or Mlf.
The Patriot with | inside! the roof until broke ,
vicinity. starts out our near i ,. ?
people awl the male portion of our population at the same time that with some trouble) on I I out-of-the-way (' : [ < i Ion. chimiiev.-t'iia YYf -- -
best wUhcs for its success.a 11J1
and it is taking them of!' by the hundred my part and with very great cfioits: on the looking after (the .e .. \ House and Lot For Sale.

t& At a meeting of the North Georgia ; and the strangest thing about it i-8 i part of the rcsjicctive\ l boards of ru-tees, several ti'JI was !) 1 Peterson I V COO; { NKW: UOt! >K: with 5 mm.-i' iehtory i

all aud goingto schools) that had b-x-n aided _L: ; -iln.lttllln; l Morgan( M. in llict
Methodist Episcopal Conference in the latter they go offhappy say they are never before |1)ected, and) \\ I i :111 Ilal
: : W.V. .
wn ( Tar.ipa. Wall A < fur
\n' u.
part of last mouth "a Presiding Elder in paradUs. The doctors call it the Florida from this source bad succeeded 1 in reaching: a public :cho.),iu ', I information. \ 4-V -cf !
fever. I have this fever bad, and expect I standard at which they were able to comply another Painter -
representing a candidate for mission on II SALE.

: Uial stated that he bad been a newspaperman will die to tlib community. Prepare the' with the requirements, and that theat had b,'< (' : FOR .

way, for I am coming there too." least, I would like to sec encouraged. In As to the F:( < : : to inr nn the citi/oiv, of Tam|>a
and had made a living at the .business, rc"p 11.YI ,. lo : tnvtf land .n the wetkle of I
l lie I i-
and he therefore thought he ought to make a The way is open for our friend and as many reply) I have been promised 1 three thousand :. the ditlereut lal' ) ) : \'idlil\; !.now j lr"lanI, ..l*;Ir-I I 4 VV.U.rni.K: 11't Jntm I'a* --known a" 'heJusluti

successful preacher. We concur in thatOpinion. others as may share his yearnings for th JparaJi."C dollars which is about one half tIle amount ley that he has I 11:1:I OnIloll\1 i..l\wh-III"; 1linlin-; ; ami Vail .lA'ti-ctie. T i Ije.. I'l.i.For purtitiilar apply: to ,
I; in; :alv, :Ii.ivin: l.r\ti tin: t Ir.ul.I for | Wii. iupa ,t.-tl ,
and there it for them all.
room allowed U3 the pa"t scholastic) year. which there has ) : --- -
It excellent recommendation.
.was an "' in I lnr"I'.1: | .1II'r ':I. I ki'zmgne4 I ; !
There is raw material here fur many man- From the above statements it will be ob- iliul to abridge ( >:1:11! Iii< work "il J\lt. 3Ihllh''ur.h. () rdi2LLI a < '< > IVo.' X2i.BK .

.., _. : Iiow. served? that the lat appeal was made in l h..- colored i.ice. h Urinin.; >i in al.1 Orn-inu-ntnl I'.untia; : : IT OlI: >AlNii: > l.r the Town (\,iin.-n! of th' '
: < J 4 S '
hoi in Manio : !
I ( lluil.lini 'lli.it
it (
\ that! INl.iwful
of TUlp.I.; not I
half of certain schools heretofore unai.led I ;
: !_ Why does the Guardian fail to make purpose fo give ( | :t, I iVo. lo, ;;. Ivr. f'r tn! .' T.nu ri.f ant' nilr! n.tiinl".utin\r-t: Iii thit '
ttiir The GiurJtan would fain make the ___ .
public those things going on,in this circuit by this fund and that consequently, I am I pective ""t t olor.] : I ----- T.\tt> allow! tli>' aittuiiitl.itii!. of -:",-llr! on oraUi l
public believe that we have blaudcred its I I Sons >:t ir Ittt-, .th: : -tritt* of llii Tou.i : .
first consider them in the
to making Jl lrIJii.-
which merit public condemnation as it asser required tiou the two : ,
I 1 hat ?.h.,1
editor and the people of Heruando thnl!inT- "I t'! .hil"{ or .
ted/was the case ? From the tenor of one of county. I apportionment of the amount given u-. citeil. I In this ) '! I II I inj;> -... ''11-'' the sintc 1 1 !, l>urmmi'sI i or i-artutl a ,
Concerning the reputation of the fornur we W. P. .I-bh! <.!' not !,.than, 1 It 1 I nii.V: !l'v y"I.1| the !limitsSH .1
., its editorial*, it is quite evident that assasriua- II.VI-.L1.Y: ed schools) : .
wiiouis.xi.r. 1)FALFtix)!: :: 1 .sfitii'I'u.t: .
will merely refer our readers) to the recordsof I
lion and the burning of public buildings in .Gupt Public Instruction. -1\'nty' even : I Ii I :1.1 It .I't! ,: \'. 1 Is-. lawil: 1 for any ..nor orin .:
the Mayors courts of Tampa and! Cedar i -. t th, tait-! HviMrtnritalort .
ri 'r :
Taliaba-sec Dec. lit l jj. I my. or nt -
& : .
au adjoining county, are not among the well dIe list of iudictracnts The numbor of ; ; ..i.1 ti..I..t.t any KIV ,!;.. thij."rr prnil inth "
Keys, ns as to now !
things to be held up to public execration. --- -- i is the sar.ic, whi! ) SHOES & HATS, : .!Hil-I"'I"ul'! lli.vr: r :.> p!.'i-v t..e ,:. -av ,
: pending in Polk county; and next year they [CoM M U.N ictiiii.J: ] I I dust, .. |. %,11144 t.,t ihc l'ml i.f ..ii b l tMirwh
ask what else that I colored I v.
Again .we u going on mer .dl.I. a : ; ,
re -> UTT. ai.t! riv
; ni
11 r. -
will likely have to go to the penal in-titutiou .nll t'l ;,11,1
condemnation. ? )h:. EIHTOI::- cdm-at-'r, reeiv. i *-hi-. :!nl. The '>"Ir.iii' rmltI" "t"al! milN orOmfli"
of the State.t A certain Memorial Society of I S.tiimg that you solicit and i low id) (' I Savannah, (.; a. j! : ; in !l!- ..i.i Tn"t 111';!-.t'lt" (ov.tr .-

; ., r We request attention to the card this place might also be profitably consulted I:t are obtaining respo-dencc from the I various I there rather ttl : I I ,-1 lyr. i .lall'I.-illt'; or dlilnic"lr sp-irk. -'ull e\.iini' t.k,,lH".rfor!. uthtr itikmmm..ie! ;i

from,Prof. \V. P. Haisley-Sjperiutendcutof at pr 5'nt. ; counties South Florida I pmpo-e to the number of --1 i1 I 1i !i."- .1- -lia'.J) prcvtnt Jll i.tutr ..{ tire t'. Jn"l1'1.. .

.2 We took occasion some t time back to di- j write t few articles in behalf of Okeecholn-e ':!n.lil"l>utliiemwlvr!! [Hitilty ofm>t l I.tIt.'i i i.JI.II
Public Instruction. It is to be regretted a thit.ir -chools :. i r.r.ow N, JOHN" It. :\\ I ';U\-: I $. tr "h'r "1/11. i
I pose of the charge of )having slandered the 1 1couut This Drtw and l left I 1 t )niin.iiueh.ill U- rf f..rt.w u-l 1 I "
that allowance to this state from the Peabody ; \% county Apthorp I impartialily: ; ,: etI! v t f.m.m
pwple of Hernando ; and the Guirdian; in 1 & :iiwl, :I ,,'r n-vvnutntk ttir i>f LKtviuln ,\. 1 I1. ;
out of their doubtle-s intending Swingley !
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Fund this year i is to be less than usual. map ; on 1 di li77.isi !

The of the State iudtbtI its effort to revive it, evidently wi-hes to : account of the s'.iperi'ir qualities of OkLvelm-): people generally are Tu\ T.un-
.,... :b.,1r :. ...__.' .i... .I. ..,:__ __.1 ti.o 1 of \ .1 1.I
ed to Prof. Hartley's efficient exertions for toiu"L iu vji luinuiti us UIU'lloIUll'UU miu L i>ec county, to smuggle it for a tune from notoriety : i. Liy ,\'mt"r,1'I .1-7. !
.Jiu-i) I
defender of the blackest and damnable .4"r. > AGENTS \t -: \1 Fl.Ut. .
what is likely to be obtained and should not most ; amid public gaze, for the bandit of' -The new \ T.'rk.! .\PIn.I. .
crimes-assassination: and ar-on. Such would i' land) sharks and Still I TI". :_ J..K'.u5cMasor. \
of theca
fail appreciate his efforts in behalf ringjvculatoi- am old I *4 H.iint hlill : 1 '

se of education in Florida. We hope be .in keeping with the well known character :, credibly informed, by an old. iiuiian war to completion ; : ". 1"/.orll.I. "_ (. .

that Tampa will get a little of what i is to be of its (.Jitor111111is intimate political ax>-j member of the )legislature) I that Okeccholvecounty : big hl'I'1 I. TH' -PEOPLE'S -- ----- \ I

distributed. ciates. If we foipet not, the editor of the '! haa name aud place in the archives conuni. I 111 :;in' -1"'I.t] il I atti'iiti >n lo ti!I'! l I. ". PAPER T!
county t tlu I Ii.nvl-i in I inlim* i't Iiiyhmg ,
Gitunluin was iu the vicinity of IJrook-ville | Iii ir !
of the Stih" and that its and)
4. organization bridge whin l t :. I. HTIX i In i m't ., 4:
\ 'Kt.The Florida Immigrant for December when the Court Houe was burned ; nut.! now iKHiii'laries can l he ibuud and clearly) traced :' in S tu t 1 i : ;: !I :"';ut HE\11:::1.1II': !t.rI! .. ;:lkin I : 'I'-1 .,---.. :

it not be) out of order to a.-k the simple) j -trongi'-t i: I I .\1'.. ,'t. iu llilNtionmsh 1 I !
came in last week and,is replete with interesting may in some of the blue) back records of long) timeago. have I boon : t 1\:1'. 1".llhl'j
pr. gi
: matter as usual. This rcctiou is 'lUCSli'lII'a.. be that hjt attorney who re-1 I This lining true, and I have every na-' IimmI ie to < t ;{ :. 'IIli:1.,1 r..r..1" t'J lt U"! I: A LIVE FLORIDA PAPER !. :'

moved his from the building the even- : l'l'I.ji ----- -
cot represented in the columns of the Immigrant papers - it ion the ] j I

; as it should be, but our own people are ins; before it was burn: that ui:;ht :? the ino-t imi'.>rtaiit acts :and! law< of our : to Port I Dado" I I iMe 1 OF TEE HAO LINE i

in a measure responsible: this. Some one The (lusinliin and its editor dc-vrvi that :State I now iu full t force are equally oblivion-i ,

who has the time, should contribute-some- notice from us which as public joiirnili--: ) ( it it i is highly a matter of interest (to I the State ",rs. l 1 ; I lil:TWI.KN: : i I

thing to that paper in regard to this section. becomes our duty) to bc-tow on any other I that this county lie mlaimcd. Therefore I fine store bete. : : THE SUN AND PRESS

The editor cannot write up all sections of the nuisance, and this is our ajmlojry for noticing ,; volunteer my service to help) hi-tl/ry redeem hou-e' ,which ; t i : and Fort Meade. !I

State himself, aud at the same time discharge them at all. t f itelf in .* lil..; this long hot county: from ported that \ i 1'imbhu-It! .tt .l.uk',"\llt v\(IV ms.rttin tJ'fI't
mill I I heie I M"in.iat! '
other duties connected with his p>ition. --r- I oblivion. Still, in doing) so, I have a slight grist I l/iilyn-ki; A. ".1. hi\o.: -t.irtiil lla kI .
The Hailro:ul. i and ) f ) 1. :
We do not suppose that the Immigrant is iutended I jKT-oual interest in my own benefit a< well a- | largo : I i \ 1't. : Miuli TltI..t.Ii.: | I'.1"1.1':1.1 ,\ .
Below we rrcmmt an estimate of the cost i I The f'iu-t hard! ; rc-iHi-ti\; a" 1.1.w .. :S8.OO :1) E I.Y.I'A:1 I;: : .. : j
; to be a sectioual paper nUll we hope the benefit of many! of my personal fniemitis.For | I ,- 1 I'-tnt Mi.nli- : \
; an l
of railroad in tbicouutry. ) !ii be found, I I : try TI..II.rtin ;
building a narrItI; :
tl ,
that some one in this section will improve the 'I' as soon as Okeechobee is enrolled! again : :1 TIII:1: I.n \r'111 ,: niiiiim. .
Sjmc item in this e-timate it i i" and I mill!! i ,. .
a at 1 -' 111l'\ ':v Thiir'Iiiii.niiii": and CHEAPEST
opportunity it'offers to make this and the 1 upon the li-t of her sifter counties, she will .. 1'riilav DAILY IN THE SOUTH !I.

surrounding counties better known. easy fur the j eople) to judge .tbem-elve-) 'I be entitle.! to a representative in the legi-la-' tcr ut'a vast nt I Itoltar ll'IIII'I. the,t'\I:1.r:1 ":iiigt I'H'lil<*].i ;n ir aims! .

whether too much or too little. More than titer I lumber .of liajraaice. \ : Tin.f\ I'mi.i i-i
_, ture and a full corps of county officerAnd ias i o ; \y 11' only lorinl ral'tII.I..1
have noticed made. I <', Nov. :lih. \ tf. I in I ri-.ii.la, up.l .
once we statements bycivil I I : ? ,
in Patterson habeas \ \ Itl1.10' r il':
Je'' The decision the there are but forty- even qualified votersin -The at.'lr : ) --.,- \,_ I .1.
\'iII.1 !
I.f tj..lld"
.. corpus case was rendered by Judge Hum- engineers that a narrow j gAUge road in I the county! we think by properly di-trib- !, )largest ever ".'C; i Notice the '.1txtait..! uty new-: tho wnrt'4 t.iark.-t-i'n- ort-all

: phries on the 5th insL adverse to the author Florida would not cost over :.UOO per mile ,, uting the same, we can get an office for each I ered with alorn i \ I ,M t._. ul. r'l.>", .< "-.r;. I" .f intirc-tinj: -tl('tcii artnK4. -
it and it is the con-truotion I.t i':irnnt t< I.'KM, and! i" in
% ity of the State of South Carolina. Judge to construct otI I voter. Tim will surely be great l' economy ver-c t the swa mu I i I I i MON TI:afti-r .Into I will j.r .Hut my ac- I I w.y J11.r .udl a 1..I..r a- time I""I.I t If Fh.ri.b l'f"an?.
the road that must mainly interest us at fil.Ot.OIl .\u..dll'lllht'. 1 lion.1 1 K.: Mvir.ihain( ;
denied the of the State to in for it will hundred I )
: Humphries power county organization : open up : two | ) .JmI.zt'!; ( r MPty. f..r a Jin.iK .tttli- i ----
r .vacate Senator Patterson's commission which <'C the road is ready for, .equipment: the (I facilities fur many of our starving population\ : in gn.l : i i :( tlio. nf:1ah'If l.11! ta'rI.1: iKt-M a\l I H-k THE
rolling stock can be readily procured ; and -* ; "nl then(r.nmm. \ WEEKLY SUN AND PRESS
: he maintains must continue until to be supported) by virtue of office. Many fat that a i ion

tLnally revoked. In other word, the decision l besides at first, until some di-tance i- completed !,. of our legal) vot'rilI hardly get through j M >mlay 1:1: ; I I A suit f..r U.: .\. .Cull'n.tt H. i:. C.rlu.n:. in f.Kt, \, \ an.1..1:I tillf.1 lire: with Ihirl .-t"\IMitunirt ("II'r. nl\lv: I.rinrll '

) n construction train will l hc all thatis I II '. liii, 1-77- inh.rt''linl n'a.lin. Ilit\r: I u b; '
::1 amounts to this, that a oven-ign State I II the coming winter without ollice. \r c are : I per (1")1.1 1.ir the.d'. ''' H--t n-v'"i'-ll''r !'"''' .,l in the State.i ii -
must continue to be represcntwl nolent ,- I required. i I j all needing olHcc very badly The stock I -- -- '-- -- t hky I! _.'Hiinr \','ar..n...
The of the John De \ 'fill.tN: .AM l'li!: .s
advantage narrow: Wolf
great ,
fen*, bf one charged with a high felony by gauge i range in this locality is gone and the stock J lOI\:
k road i j4, tat it will be found in all cases that I I i iI I : ;;4k.1\I. Junlt.
lie to their henU )lower down
the very sovereignty professes represent.This I I men are moving so : '
i State sovereignty with a vengeance the evidences prove cfairly mul y/WuWy that i! that occasional beef killing no longer affords I I 1'lic largest I'KAUK IXOllAiXG Tl11 s1JN-

the narrow gauge road can be operated l at an i i was brought to ;
The writ of habeas corpus was granted and ua siib-istance. The game i is disappearing.For .

P&tter or was d'wchargod.M Such results average of forty or fifty i'er cent of their the present we are living on turtles and : (;iron. I wt' I .KS.riicK lS' ._ : \NE\V YORK. -ii: -i! !'.:

may be anticipated when a Radical sits upon gross earning Consequently) a much larger tat fish, awaiting developments. Our condition informed that ., !'.ie .: '\'II"! I.r; 111: :; :

the case of a carpet-bagger. Such is the influence I per centage of tIle gross earning mutt accrue is Jt'pIrablr) are compelled) to main others ( : l\iHE\ ; >T ('.\1 : : I\ID fur fmimt- "rm ti'ilm4. L, I 1:: -t, \'at! -..nimitil. :::!
the who build and this cla.- 'dh\l7htr-tt.Y"'I ''.llt'r, it i i.
own 31:1in
to parties :3tf. \"I"l dIlIQ
politics upon justice. organize am' get office or emigrate. A delegation ) TJf' f..r Ih\"lr (,"-' .I" ,I"" -i&i -III'-.rt, L'p'ii I'ft. .
of roads. of the I -. f..r thtt-I nI.re '-
4 -_- our people arc now starting to -The --- I't "' a l'\.CllinuIIII.
actual rcsult-of the election held Estimated cot of constructing one mile of capilnl to lay our case laTore the (;uvermmor. "r I I I of Ih. hl"artvv. "Ih". Im.\.n..r..I' I..1' .
-JB T The parade: ) I I I Scaled \I Ii lit i I li I lilIfll.rtu I l"'n ,. I .r"I"1I
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Proposals h. it fruimm
in Georgia on the 5th insU is not known here (36.) narrow gauge railroad through the pinewoods More anon. GAKKIUI. CUNNING. and made a !I 111I.lflt'r I.f II.U'nil'l e'tyl11

at the.time! of this writing. Many counties. east Tampa Fla __ form is tasty tlh.! LI. I" rN't.in.1 by tint {.Iak uf Ih" immuhm-'. ;.Hall"rite I I.I I. Sun mmmiii V- -a t."r l.nX.J"t "I- .- 1""1

remained to be beard from when our latest Grubbing & clearing per mile 16J f.. w. f:'X>,00 The Public School Sjhteni. with the grace ) :iMincil at )hi* i.iJW until tIm, 'Ih ,11'1. ,, I jHrar.. 'y .ht t'tmiti a Itl ;'llor, I'kn. ..t.- '

Grading, bIIating, iind furfaciny, I'jO.lHiBuiWing In a conversation just held with the Superintendent .\iK-Tt fi.r the motion If a Mark't( I The SIuula t..1ili"n hf St"is >t
from that State went to It is 1.u" TIlE ,
exchanges press. culverti, bridjjeit, AT., oooFoundation company [ nar1vi ""nuari1.: I.te: 'I.n" I''J" l..IIIlIIh"hir- nn .4X1t I '. .
is believed that there u no doubt about the excavation, !5uu, < of Public Instruction, Hon. W. de-tiued to : : ,'r* Hill .Uiolhf )1ea.t 11111'r of narsfi.r I.hlat itt I; It 3t. l..nlain4 Ji\"in'Nh .
IUil.24 Il.i>eryJ. 44 urn j>erniile, at fJ5, 15JO.OD P. Haisley we were given an account of the I I they' will liiiiM i-ai-l luirkfl: h"I-I f.r; all the .ry .IIIIIII-t\lIall''I'1I4 a bro"* nlllllm" oI'hiIr i *.
I constitution having been ratified by a consid-. 264,''' Fluridian.; : rifiV4tltrivtM 1II'r: .:"
2640 cro tiw at 10.rt. t' school > fr"l the Niim1.. ThiTi.wn I, T : .s nw.N'S I. ,. .IMM"I'IIII'-1.In"I.or :
operations the Suite IJUI'1 11.1 '
; erablemajority. The question as to whether Fish iJ lc fa-tening >jike', .\c.ICIO.IJI(, ) | throughout il nwrtin.; the riicht to hi the n-tiNnr UMSHH; III. l ul I.:na IUl't \ilh gri-at "UV\-s t. f
Track larinR, 3 ,.WCuntingenck ing the present year together with a sketch JCIoi.JTI : I Il l fqti-e'mt{ !1c4t mIsrt4 I'al U1 at the Town. Yl'ltr. r\
Atlanta or Milledgeville is to be the capital 1 I ittrmut'. 'l'1 'flw \"e'4'lilSun. '
75W .
i I. i of his late tour in the western counties. And the J""I.\I iFKt, I.ho .1.J'Inut
remains in doubt. TheJ'LC9 evidently I m. 1. (.1,'r k. know TilE WU.KL't: ?
\or ::.s9."O 1 we can here say to those who are disposed to Thursday last t. t I IJ\ll '" throu )hltllt the l"oitt..t : It ut.I ,
that .
however I tttt the!
,close.' We venture to predict, _. _. ansi ( :UI:1'I:1."
view the Democratic iu he will reside f ----__ ____ t' I.-yontL -'lDety thl'lI-m.1! .
did Even if thi estimate bhould be under the party or representatives ttmuilitgrvc it'
Atlanta has been chosen, although we w\.lt..lllt" 1'II\1t; "t'eklv. amid I
rtmnt i it in
not ltinkth&t. such would be the case before actual cost we do not think that under an in the present administration as opposed for bis : Place for Sale. I ) )": ,1,1 fritn.1. It" 11"I'theIkhit II.1.riai ot.

c from the election. The economical management it can possibly cost to the cause of education and to our pub I )Ir. John A ariL,2htui-a, .!, aim.! Jall'tar,1"I lrIU1t'UI4 immake \1 ..
heard anything tu.lmtmj II' .
a I.
.we I ju'mmnmtl
: be much more. The best railroad financier school system that they have only) to un licatiou and ) !:lining lt>O :rt,,f v"."\ .jne i.in.j with! 111 r.rlll.: OIIt" Hullar !( familv uu.1 ib. 11 I '
: Jneods ililledgeville seem to, despondent trt's-tm4)) of ) I 1\ )-ar, T
1..t I.ail
'lie "hi'hrl nuw Umriiii for ,
and the indications are in favor of At. say that at least two-thirds of the money required -' :: 1 the energy anti zeal exhibited; by I! J-lfjinm at an ) ur the ,alm' 1.111'\ii 1'0 :tt'rt-i :,.l.liliul.1 l'rI'l', 'lllht 1"'n..il\"r''i1. In.mkt-4 it lime thm.tm.t: II
i this officer in the of his to be :, citizen- of I I.'j() ( ,. 1'I$14$ in flvWdla'vrlimIhI..Ji.I! \ 1 I. 'urdul. Ufl(1I. "
The Savannah News of the 6th indo to coustruct a nted should 1 he raised discharge duly loratai tmt' liar cahmwe. \I I "t.1I.l witl I .10 ,
lanta. 1111
: 'tiln. : i-xir" 1'1'1'--
interested and the other thirdon. convinced that under his management this i importance of ) ." .. 1ifrlm I'-jy \ ton 01,1 T.ut- : li.Isi: !((1':.1: OF TI ii.uc 'h., \"11 1"\4.
.is not without hope of the triumph of )fi1-! by the people 11 l"IaahT:1Vl 4 ". : I : :. \ Yllrk ('im.'
ledgeyflle'but the hope is evidently not very .bonds ; i. e. the bonded debt of the road i department Is not only!) receiving such) attention -'I institution so : ,i 11,1! : I [ 'IarLla. 'Vlvlat4uS ,I Now 'n ; !

heretofore been it but is !: the 'ta-if. the time to adverti-e in
: .strong., .'Va hope the choice of the people should never exceed one-third of thc value ot as J. u given I storing [ :

jrillbea wise one. the road. i being conducted much more efficiently and 1 ct- ( ;-af* >til.cribe f-r Ti 1'1'll.n .: .q I THE'fHLBUNK ,

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4 ISJNLANDJRIBUNETTAMPA .1, tiizr'Rev.. T..A. Carruth will deliver a THEScientific > lCl ill 1848. S.SEMIWEEKLY. lAIL.. ,

{I; Temperance address to-night at the :Methodist:
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i .-:- '.-- DEc-:15,1877.: I I i church, apart of the programme in the celebration American. C. L. FRIEBEtE '1 '.
---- -- of the second anniversary of the insti- -'
Methodist r ;:
Church. .t .
tution of a Lodge of Good Templars in Tam .

._ PREAcmxa Every Sablttth at 11 ..\ )[ & pa. The public u cordially invited to THIRTY-THIRD YEAR. 'Vhole nlp ... :12e1aii -t.-
t P ..M.SABBATH. ..' _
j l UU<'II'1. The Temperance cause i 3- one that (. #( .
SCHOOL at 3 P M. I -
i i merit the support of all. I DEALER IX ; -1-
PHAYER MCKTINQ Every: Tuesday nl-1 r llt. !, -.- ..; ':' t -it:

J. J. SfcAu.v, Pailtur. Capt. Sweat's w1.ll-known OyterHou :: ; ; I
r ::- =. -=. ,;e at the fo it of J-'r-.1Ik.ill frt. i' s rved 1 Assorted Merchandise. .., .. 'f
with fu-eli! frond tl.i. liar c1ail '. They \ )
ltegnlatiouM in force in the p0xt OHice, oys' rs : such) I Duly $;!,2O Year, liiclmlin l'o..tnJW. :::-. : ;

Tampa, 1'Ia. from Nov. UGUi 1877. are preparwl in ever style] with accompaniments "'cckl)', :>2 Xtuuber.v. Year. 4.OOO ./ : .:
as 'lover-" ilt>ire. He : .
Mail. from Cedar Key* arrive Thur..A Sun-.br Gr.x. oyter may friends in book pae [Corner Franklin A W"-liincton street! ,] \k
the of his town
solicits :
)l anatt'e ..lit SEE A7" ICE
(j P.M. r
't Ul1inl-.ville" and 'oulltrr.-.ldr.. 30. tf : t
.c Thnr.-laV'' G.\.)z. .. TAMPA: FLA. ,t
Clear \r ater" t Saturdav Grv THE SCIKXTIFIC: .AMUIICAX :a large F'irt: Cla.ssIVivkly <
'Ie a Mtr Van Fleet Par lo\V and Dr.
u u Pe&L'e Cnek Wt'll1. ::1I1INav 12V. ? NcwpJlerof .ixk..n IURVS, j'rintml in the .
Pint-II. Ie 1Vtd- &Sarnlay 4 r.v. Wallace left tCWU thin k fur a trip into 1 not beautiful .ht\ le,rojurly iLtustratccllrilla fjJtndidnyrarlni Makes New TO. : .
Malt .
for Cedar Key. doses Fri.ln'Ion. a DepartureWITH
G lie Itut'ittinns und
t.at. *, nj)>riwt tiling newest ;
.c .. the ea.-t of this place, hut expect to .
ManaU-e ** country ;
A (U.M. the; nuh-t r'lIt,1 ran....* in the .\rt.t nnJ Sciences:: ; .; .
dd Ol o\ville" 1-'nb" lUA.M. return in a few das.V-c wUh them a pleasant inl'lulling M '(.liauii-s and Fgginecring: ; SH.IIII Iji-
.. Clear Wat'r" FridaY. T A.)(, and will l 1e favorably impressed in"'rinIt.cihl!\ '. Mining, Civil, <.>.!>< and 11Ir.iulic \'-
a trip hope they i
Peace Creek Hun.l.r('11. I': )I. lngineering. ; Mill! Work, Iron, Sut'I\ and CEDAR ANDKEY r rI
: a l'int'l1ul Tllt'fl. Fridar (.A.!-t. with the country through which they Metal'ork :,CheniiHtry) and. hernieal' lro.-.- The Office will lie oj,eu fur the lelivrv of mail* EI'lridtLi'ht, CleatSound, : Technology/ 1'ho- Xcw Store and({ Sew Goods.(}: l

mwu 8 A. M. to 11'. M. and from 2 to 5>>1'.M. t-xerv pa-* IflJrJl'll\I'rinlin; | New ladI lwr .. :\"w'r L ----- 1
(tae except t unJav. On S mdaj'* from 9 t In 1 0 A.M. : meeting :NJUtiiMx'" Iiiiin| >M-nuiitH pirtainjug tn Textile I I
V&r: Ix-t there he a call fur a public i
I} I lulu-try, \\eaviug iKc-inir C..I..rillI'W! Imlu- 11ODY that doe their Tiadintr in T.im- WEST. .
'ill< ; of the citizen.> of the town and! vicinity trial Product.s.lnlnlal, \'c1a'tahle, and .Miiural : EVr.UV .. call mill IH iinjmxd with the .
prodded that: it i ill not later than 9 Vdot! I'. J[. I |; \ to ..
for the purpose of taking wtiiia action in regard New and I Interotinir l'ait in Agriculture, lloniculure 1II1.lt'liial.lc l fact that for the Fall and \Vinur lni1ueti. -
.x The MONEY .
OnDF..R On'lcE"ill .
U'cloniir. iiiit.IT the Mine llt'althIt.i'al! I'wgft'odal
I have the nutet (eteutple' 'te\ ihia.r.t: and 1 UitMot'k
on Wcdoodays at -11'. M. and on Saturday:; at to getting; tlic right of way through the :xienev.: :\alurlllli-t..n'. (!it'lll.>!jy, Astronomy, ttc. : of(iiKitl-t; ajiiiliciMe to| the WlIII of the IK-O-

12 jkl. GarrKon grounds for the railroad across the The nu.valu.il'le practical papers; |hy ('mineiitwritvr ; I'le.! whith I jirojio-e, III olUr at ouch I'riee as will 13 y s r L" ..i\... 1I: 'I 1 S
It will lie alnolutely necosarv to adhere ttricUv in all department of Science, w ill lie found
to the. tIle 1'. 11 t. big i !laud We would 't lhat: next give entire fs.iti-l.iction to all who ulna favor unit j
regulatioiu an l bass refx.rU &('. to > sago; in the Seientifie.lnicriean' ; thc whole! jin-mUiI inHijvtilir with their patronage' : )1'tuck: i l- large and carefully -
.f make, which require it. .\" 1 lure offer every facility Thur- lay night: i is n] go-1tl l time for J-UC'T a [ language; free from technical terms, illuntmte !HloiUtl, coiwiitinj; 'of almost nnv'thing and! J. LIZZIE HENDERSON. '
t the Lurinra.
community to tl11'al't tIu'ir
l With urr.ing.il tointirivt :
< enerJvinguiti HI :ts .
: well
evervthing found in fir class
with tIle office I lu> e 110 one will .k do meeting. Let every one interest. himself in ... usually a t ngnl.itiii -
i a-- me to more. and inSorm all clav -iing. store, and I j-rojMi'eto give "1It'h -olti.fadi..n in
THOMAS UAHKUTH f11, this matter. The Scientific American is i p'>(mioti\e of knowh-dfje my dealing! .!) a.s will imtt with favor among the buvinir '- I.C..1ar: Kejs> TVt-o.U.\: for Key We-t, Leave Cedar ht'UTTIrU for Key West,
P.M. ---.---- nll.ll'rllgort'Sri l in't'r txitnuiunity where cirt'ii-! community. I iMn't hesitate: to ak if Ih'r.:4 Arrive :1t KeyVt..t on T"; Arrhc at Key \"c.t on MONDAY.( r
Tampa, Hx, Dec. 1, '77.A. :'EA )lr ..)lii ::i* In* (.tt.t-tmlly 1 on. hand all that lat-.. It should have pl.uv: in every }Family, :siivtiling ..J!,*. yon would like to 1 it.'V. at when von Leave Key \\'(':- THL'li HAY for ( ..lar Keys, Leave: Key Wt-t MONDAY( for Cedar Keys ;
i i4 VJ:lttd l in the Millinery' line un-l will till orders Ita] .ling K l'mml'tly.-) I $::1,-O |rjc.tr, jl,6< half= year, which inclmlisrv\ ,PIHM: !1" j is lily linMne..s and in making;: !"ales I know Leave (....lar Ke%'* on :-:.\TUIUI\Y for Tunp.'t: Leave: C...lar KejUTDXF:$;DAY for Tampa,
F & .1\.. Y. I. -- l'I'.ilu-nl| of jM)-ta,.:e, i-coimt to. C Iul),< and 1 .\ ...nll.i that: show! \i jug tUni U'Cart of my bu-ino*. Arrive at Tampa' on r-l"Nl).\Y. Arrive lit Tani|''' (.n 'r11t1It''' DAY. ,
; ::s. .\ man who notorious; for having .ingle eoj'iw; lI'II.'n:*. :-.1: Id 1 liy all \'w"I":1ll'rl. Leave: 1'1111'1':1 ilONDAY I( f>' Cedar hev+, Leave Tam .n FIlU.Y for Cedar Keys,

IIUKUorou h Lodge Xo. 25. uttfiiipu-d to extort mo iey by ihrej'I.t< should t Kemit I by i"Mrl mler III MUNN oe CO.( I'uMi-htr-! If You don't see what you want ask for it, Arrive at (V.t l.i? Key' on TCE.I.IY. I 1\rri\'C at l't'\Itr Ke\s on :SATURDAY.For 7 i
!; :r i; I'.irL Ko New York.
R"' tar Comrauuications of this not l>oa-t cither directly or indirectly of hisp'frMSisiou I n con ue,:ti.)m with the! mill it will! 1 h. fliown! with }>lc.u>ire. and with nu ill!
IArr.'i'NTrrs. Sl'll'utlbcnH'ra dn tiiirili.HC I Freight or PaaTC (haying excellent ac'oruffiOtlatiol1apply to the Captains! on
.. Lodge arc belt} } the Ma-ouic *. It r..miudi'thc publiethat wealth filling if von not 1 to- lay. want my :
can, Me.-r*. >ti'XX A. Co. are NilieiluM of Ann, 'ri.in |>.itr<'Utt feel that it is a i pleL l .ure to trade; at nyMore board. MILLER: HENDERSON,
llaJl the first and Third Monday and respectability are not hares! inseparable! (['. au'd'l'oreijni; I'afliiLand have: the larjjetft.ililiniKiit : Doc. 1,-tf. Tampa.CEIOICE'FAMILYGRQCER1ES.
nights iu each month.Drcthrwi comj'anioiis.) Let the Guardian bear this in i'tI ] in the VMirld. l'aunt are obtaiiunl 011 tieln.t !
I l tirni*. IIJfld l of :\Iiivtntiniis and kttili- ..
in ---;----- -- -- -'- ---- -
ood s-taudiujj la their Ixxl lge Terms Cash.
} ; rutua.L'3.I.
LS esainiiicil. and adviiv Irco. .\ "|Kiial notice i i-
arc fraternally invited to aitend.V. .- -- -- mad in the Selenitic Aiuericaii of nil liuuilion -

v,. WALI., 31. ,, :Mr. Ikmnjuardez, living; near town, I'.itinted through tlii-s Agdicv! with the; mineand l lli !hot market 1 j-rue:* paid: l fr. l'l.lInlrI'w.luee.. .
JAMES X. IIo lan, Secretary.fflLLSBOROUGH rit-iiKiHx1 of the I'aleiilte. 1'IILI il' utttntii'ii j is Come un.lt'
,,1'nrHJt5 this
brought us souic specimen:'
: thus directed to the nuritof the new Latent' aiul I. <>. G.. r '. week as a refutation of the! idea that oranges I *.IIM or intrudm'tioti ofmitKitttl.. Can be had at the Leslie Store
el I Any JMTMIIJ who ha made a new di-niivtry or ,
will! not luid. lIe the t '11
grow on clay says
ill.ntivn.111 :1..trtaia, tree of charge, whttlurajMteilt .
V LODGE No. 21. -uch and the till..ftt.; I obuiiiud theuntlerfigiutl. ,
grew on laud they arc we | can i-rol'iii: liy riling to .
Ad.lress; for the la!K.ir or concx riling CHEAP FOR CASE
RIX.CI.AR Muimxo every "" have seen this! \ear. .They are large and Patents. NEW !

Friday evening, 75 o'clock at '' well fl\\"fl'C1. Mr.l nir'iuardewill ac- :\n'\" & ( "., .;; Park )u:,,\\'. >\-\\ York. .

the')Ia."onic Hail. cept tl-auk-. I-! ..i. .iliiv, <-o:'. t' et'\ < ill Ms, \\'..-hingtuu, I). C1.Kc. OUR STOCK: CONSISTS OJ 'it!

R. II. TIIOM.., - I-I tf. .
K. ?. B>SH, Mr. .ToiitiMUi of :Salem Va. arrived --- - -- ----- (tKN, TKA.MKAL.. 151'TTKrv; ,

-, -. -- _-: .-..:: --== -- = here- : Ho For Tampa Bay FLO UK, on.
*. bytcamer last Sunday and gave us a I DA CON.) (;SUITS.11)TATOis: 1'ICJ.U: ,

CcST Our authorized agenU are :- call the. mjkt dav.: lie i U now \ ...itirg); his LAUD.HAMS. ::, CANNKD FRUIT, .

:t Dr. C. L. Mitchell and S. M. SjwrktnanEsq. hrh at Clear Water Harbor. We t.feel] Orange Grove Hotel :J:. A.. CY.I l"I1"I, : .. KICH.tOFFKH I;. ONIONS KUP.STAlirir.. IXJUNTRY IT.ODUC*. .

: at Fort h-\dc ; 3N. :-;. Mount at cafe in preditling, ; that. :Mr. .loh. i-nn will be ) ).:;
.T Uartow Messrs Hcnj. F. Harris and J. ('. i SLti.\I:, ('.\ >LKS. f;
; el 1 with thcCl.ar( Water Se,'
foo'.1"1:0" iaipns; : ..
: :
I':. "JII : :
a TAMPA:: FLORIDA c., ( ,
( Vaiidcri]'e at 3faratee'Mr.: Thus. Sweat nl IMMI. and I with the c-ntatfty geiu rally, a- hebe DEALER ISAssorted .. ::

Cork ; Mr. .:\. 'r m'.It>L..1f/ on tc!: .\1afb, c::.d l lI ..rues better:t ac'i'taintodlai h1 Also fie-h IJeet'at the oKl stand every morning except SundavTampa -----..... '

Dr. Strings:r It Iruuhetilltt. 11. 1.. f/.M.V7-., ])I' )II'fI'I'l. 0.,(. IStli:: -ly. \V. 1\ HEX )Er"'OX &CO. J ,

I Tate: I r;re Sclx ",l Ilou;;. ii: tm> place I __ ._ ____ -
-- -- ------- ;
.. .. .1.11.1 -
.1 u : t. i .1 *' Ktn rennratt.land !i" nowObtil Merchandise[
1 TAMPA AND VICINI'ry. \\ out te itiib-iifi so far yme tsulxntersand I-\ tiiorii.ichlv' '
___ lnrtlittrttti>ii ion .>f Northern Yi-ittir-. :1
:n.iii are concerned. The conlntctorMr. :
.Ml ,*'-ojmiracil lyre 1 lat: inter wet e dk'll htt..1. BENJAMIN & PARCELLSTA.TIE
r i t. hl.11 T.1.vlei- wts in- town the; r .!Ii.1it Given J i.> puaiu] ? in :he.41.r 1 -
t fist of the wtvk. ;cull blitjdwhile! the chimit\! will be u'nKhl : anti fur InvAlitN.N' (\)I'IIt':0";"u'"'' d..'1"1'iwi .h'x, I AGENTS FOR THE SALE OF THE: :: '1I

l iioxt week. 'fhs 1 painting and turuihinp! : > Ji.iin- will Ivp:mil 1 tn nuke ((;II-t" fetl I at
7j riir TI: Selir. -1 rna T.es)1h tClolk aim,,::rd ( :: 1.:11.* and it.mfurt.iMe.T.i'iijii. : \ \ 1
the Hoard: is itnabL! to have tcut', :m d] tlierei I TAMP A FI4A_ I I U. S. Wind Engine and Pump Co's. Goods .
; 260 .,...octall le I ]lea Tue-tlay :m.ll.it fur Havana. : n-o.. Nov. I'lli, 1';;. fiiii 1 ,
that the cituciii will the >
u ie ;t I'; hops MC --- "'

\x'c.--ity: .f of doing what) istill 1 rdjmredth'.welves I C. R. POSES K EEI ;:COXSTAXTLY IX TOCK FULL Consisting i of the CelebratedILVLL1DAY ;
The &!.r. (:c/: 'rul Grant; rectived 11:"iJ! ,
t.. rend T it ,rieeupationt T I'
head .YC"ter.t1w.l_ left. for the:'..''.11(-' px)rt. ., Poor. I Honm'
-- --- : i.( r- r tt .
We invite attention t.he card 'of -
C? It is a-gi!riui;? tnt; .:j to 1 h J rich amt; two : to .

it.{.>, o]p cniily dcMrablcheu. a nuiu hay; alai .:\1 r. Au;u-t Ptcry which appeariii" this Cx IlOOER GOODS WIND MILLS .r
i i-"ue. Mr. iVtersun solicitpr.trona; ,,e in this II
uit hand.
\:- uti
community a* a 1':miutrr. Ho 5- veil and favorably ,
Mcllvalna'seominunlcation rcach- AND I>}:'\ .}.K IX

eJ B us tu) fI,Dr.!) late for insertion: iu this iuc.; Hi-[ known. to our |x-';>t lo as citi/en and Ladies.. Gentlemen and Chililren's! Hats,

remarks will nest week. iitit. He 3- a veryrat woUman aid) will, .
apjKar: \tV esteJ. Produce .
we hv;)r, revive a ]liberal i ...hl.rof: palron- n ,
C;T Mr. U. Mu r e a first elaa jeweller Boots Shoes & Hosiery! .

1 -:can be found at Mr. "rli.storc, where he age 91 & 93 MAGAZINE STREET, AN'D .

will du gt..l houe work io his line on the !
lf The (tH'inJijii wan< : ?(nt to u> Iatweci :
most reauable term June !(jth, tf. '
:", but wW it, and it ha-1 l on war liaillt'l NEW ORLEANS, LA. Gentlemen's Cioiliiig and Underwear,

De.- ?. Randolph left on the S.hr. Jit3rr The reader- the ( ii-U-m will mint : I ." ;

t j 1 Bo 'A, laftt Tuesday ou a visit to s>oiui. fritiidi t M.< how hi iivuslr lIIa:1:1 it mak-s the cilimr of tf.Florida ---- II.\XI>KEHCIIEIF':3 IUPI'ONSLACES: FARM PUMPS. -

in Key \Vts-t. that -liift! to d'at hi> little Bch zinc1'c: !Land,

--- --- 1 *III r:1I1,1 1 tint !ho l baizeil i time sa\intr
:: : XJtioll :nid Stationer. I X. L Feed MillsTanks Rubber Hose Water Points
Pipes I
..1 of irl booli i ]". :1D- : ,
f T Wo are iu ::? :crt that it i- the hurt biid" that tltilttr- alwaj-. II. ,

.. \ t olnt As we Jo} not rememberTjho ; !; ; ANDEmigration ETC., f'Tt* _t., l-'Tf. 1 1lIh i
this .. tit'
; yt.. from e. For aj! .tiiii n j.iurnili-5: llutteringee ('.in.-ting in part ..f 1'ALHOI'S) ClNtSIIAMS: --';

i\ obtained tlio..i, vrn retort to thiine.ni- ; :a: ..t wo,.k"'! 'iM'iri///i, and al-o! learn theretin. (DiLVL\l t:', I 1.\\VN.MrLl.N; : : ;> .J.\l"\tT: ? -.\ eufc; wanted in each county to \thom liberal discounts will be given., 1 .
j rl-.RKUl>, I'lNJlNt.: I ;: ('II LCK: :>", MINIMA; : ,
',of securing their return u- early as cxj>eiliciit.BgL. a .- truth ot'what hay> been casually unmarked: DRiLi. -.IIlI;TIX(::NMiiirnN: : ; STIMIT.S: Fur Prices: t'r1ll"c.. : ., stml s-tamp tor circular. Addrtv.. 1

ofnd I of II'jlta.1 G.rl1u--thlt there U nothing; left UK'Kt>Rii 1:...., osNAr.fR: : ts.iE.1NS:: ; torioNr BENJAMIN: & PARCELL.Augiit 1 tI j
Mr. l"t.l100U and family, formerly Agency. r>, H:1: :>''I1. DR:!->: :N\ I'VNTs L1NF.N: : ( OLITN I 11-urn*. Tampa Fla.MCDONOUGH : :
\ >anaplK now n"Silin in this county, I of him but hi-; ventlc dj not need l to I L.IIS I : ( n'T::. NI':('KT11Sl'SI'IN1)F:15 I: : : ) : ;; 1------- --- -.- -- -- -.. -. --- --.-- i'

Mr. Pear 1)u J d) -fend oar-elf airain-t; ouch :attack-; the :' .VNI II -1'001. 1'111E.\I': : :'. PINS: NE1-
tee in town this week. pave. :1 I II.Es.: Bl.tlU: : in variety, Jl.T :-,ETI1: E.II:111.1 )
u'l' call aud &eeiu: + to lw in goed spirit+. I' tiu'trJl"u i; plea-oil to make''oilct' if I I l'.1LCtterf i t t BALLANTYNE ,
I"1 the editor 1 li.iMtra hiuist-If that he h.v ail-Wer- No. 19 '. ,
ILTTMitciiell: ; arrived last(SunJfc University Place,
5r Hon. o : I etl" the statements in thc Tiir.rsi: ? Note Bill and Cap Paper I I
), .' \Ve regret; that his health was as II -- _. ,

"to prevent him from LoWing; court in I'utnatn Kailroad Jt..tllI;.;. New York.Wrejton.leiiro ('opv Rook', :;::1..lIin lMMik: 1'otki.t and Memoranlj "! MACHINISTS PATTERN MAKERS !

county; to as to Complete the. round* ice the I Miertime nine:!tiug; of the I'ruir.\wr J :' tuna! ] .H>k-, l't'n; and I ink. ,i AND .. .' .

5fli circuit. I wK-iation adjouriud on the f Ice in-t. a raiir.Kid I
judicial I A< ( i-olii-ited, with jiirtif. owning Toilet -LVppliniiccs etc. Cor. East Broad and Streets I
I Liberty ,;
; tots meeting: wl-' hil.l.) Theubcription deira'il.Land 10 -cll. SJ-:Jm. \
; in n to .
-'ill1pc"t place ,
_ FOtD.The'grid.-al"i! c-mbroulenes at 1-i: } 'l,I: li-t sent ia from Polk county I by Cap:. D. --- --- --- --- _.-- :Such a< (iiul", +, :-:o.ijw: I- \trict", 1'.1\l and IVr- NEAR ATLANTIC AND GULF RAILROAD DEPOT, ,. I II
buy holiday
3 '..blllo: ct#, quite encouraging, and shows WANTED f fuiiK ry, vVc.: I
CU-triraiuiiig-: rte!, ah ri per l '{i Hughe-, wa-: ; ; ,

yard at M <<. Cook'; Franklin. 6trect t, opiwitc i that the jnvple of that county are in tamest 8A.VA.3SrisTA.il GKA.- .J
i 0\( ..and Trl"t.1Iin'nl": to 'dl the newJ'heher.l'il't.nS.'wing.laehine ,
road. XcxtThursday
Cou'Huuse.lclr. of constructing a I
in the project : Cutlery itc.,
I ,
i : : I.iln'ralimliKfiiuntt MANUFACTURERS OF 1 1l
; ----- W- attention to thc 4 : ; the :1'Oih in-t. wiapi ointed for. a_, niKreil. .Ad.ln Wlutler WIonMannf.n l 'I
p '1 XWe specially te I luring (Co. Jaok-onville. 1'lorid.i. : :, Inc1i ,ling: Pocket and T: l.le! Knifes and Fork", Raor i
||.. Letter from Gabriel Cunning, who will give :a'-1rulnad I r iiH-cting; to convene\ in Tampa at l:! --- .- '-- --- ", :Shear: *, :Si-i/fur tic.Tlttrdware i 'w SUGAR MILLLS ;

:; *_ -eries of coramuuications regularly hereafter i p, m., sharp, for the purpose of organizing: a V..Erl. ; ; ii. p. JEN-LV: M. i>, I ,

)l: ,'relating (o the long ]lot county of Okee dlO- i{ company and taking; olbtr preliminary 'moaurc2 Dentist, Physician& Surgeon. ITollo\v\va: re.Sail ,

bee its affiiirs ncra II3. Thce letters; s! looking to ineoqwration.Thi i'A-n)
and g
[ with i interest.S is a matter in which the people feel I NEVE & JENSEN : *, Crmkiry 1 W original and replete thc dipcst interest, and\ it is hoped thatcvcrylwdy (> all de crij>tion< to suit thug marketA '

1 Mr. KijTinfoniw us that he will s"ou will manifest puflici;nt public -pirit DEALIKS: IN FULL LINE OF

lie; HCTO *l out in orange bu-ine-s of
: twenty-f-cveu : to attend. Our men Tampa PANS :

-' tn at hiS place. He NXJ-B his trees arc do- ought bv all means to take hold of the project I :1)1.,it.,. :\lediei1Le.: ,

:iu.ell. He IIOINM ooi to find Lim e lf tur-! in earne-t, and thu- convince the people ,I Groceries & Provisions OJ/ ALL SIZES, AND'SOLD AT LOWEST MARKET PRICES, WARRANTEDFOR .

roded ,I; happy, {,n'o1>rnus neighbor. of their willingness to do their t share 1 for thegCJr.ll ; Jewelry Fancy Goods I ONE YEAR.
1)resent. ,
6u are t1ie jOllicnt (,u'4 at ,

_ : Gaiwyihellu ]left. welfare. ('o RN, FLOUR. GRITS. MEAL, RICE. l..\CON I -ALSO-
Q. 31aj.)tcu l Iliot of .. ETC., ETCSj'eial >.VLF, rXNNHD FlU'ITS and VHSETAULl-S: :;
rsetlast ",'cd on IH) way home. TW Major editor: JKLLI1X: 1'H'KLiy: BFfTER, ('II E:1-;>F' SVRDINIX Iron Fronts. for Stores and Dwellings,

ha.ecD dowtiu this m, uou of the Mate foe I of the (;"nrdtun either treated( him-elf for ; ., t:R:.VCKLRS' : Ml'sTARD( : ) and Pl'ICF-S.1 I '
l that he will!.rtoriicfoM ,.- week- :: attention given to the COMPOUNDING: ( ofPhysicians' KE1-E: :( \ and 1'AINT OI1.S SMOKINCi and
aevol roontluan.l wt I.OJMJ : article two : BRACKETS ,
and fcmitdnf writing that: temperance (fHF.WINC; TOI5:.\('('OSNUFF'nnd. CK5;.VRS:: *'frariont VERANDAHS 1
__ loti. 111'ris. UeUng; T somcbo.lv. ha< IHK-U feeding; him on 'iis:ilitie" .t1.tl'r.InI1'11'1-::.. :11)11 l TOUAC- ,

Savanni.,-left at -the x.tue tune. ago ryl,pepper.or Jt is funny toi.cartl.is. grave :; ( : Prescriptions (!'0 t I O\I'-S I; and al-o IIII other articles. :i Iron Railing for Garden or Cemetery Lots : 1

XGISSTI'J) ": in his cla-eie and dignifilHlviphr.i.colog I Ito .11 the LOW 1:." 1 ; 1
60,000 (t, hr1)ralir'er wondering All of %t]hid; ) wi-II; ('" to at .

Th 1Iii7hetl t (u h p price paid by .'. 'v TKr""ldt. i ; )' if i o. whom: he ttjKyllnl I.\\n ni.UN coux-Titr oinnns.TIJ.T1I LIVING i I'RU1: .., for Orders for Brass and Iron Castings( Promptly 1 Attended It to. ,

.- won't catch a licking; sonic .1a '." I

e,:.\\'e retu\ -_the to Mr. John. 1 Bethel :' We are*, ?.orr)' that we cannot enlighten; him i;: ru.i\i.: : Tiiirrn FII.LIID: : un,CKLLUUUD.:\: n\;; ('TEll.: andKTI:-E: \lL..rh..1I : -i I CASH or Appwefl COUNTRY} PRODUCE. I HAVi: ALSO yon SALE ..: -.1

of P. })<-o lli8'ra pre-cnt of ( xc ll e nt W*' ran ollly !say that such i I in the k>i jutvilile manner, nn.1 1 :>ArilVCTJON": ? ,
_ this
on (.L',\iMLiiVeare: : MCCARTHY : \
limes we COTTON -
'Tli' liayoeeittl.i for uWe GINS
limes. anj.o largest hovel i-\iKricncd I >
n } -
heauttfully would bc quite I Ilviiu: ; thankful:! fir j>.t-t, he will endeavor to merit .
has a ,
seal*n.r.. Bethel howexvr, that if:he IF. any I. \ a!.<> l.r'-l'.Ir.1: to do :11I1JI:1l11h'r: of. work future, ttvuro: l-y I kt-ej-mi i.j a 1'1'I.Ll: : < K.K of
nnd hope will !Mist XD.GEXTS FOR
iiUaU-ltJan i thc inii-tt we ) I it might in theJewelers' I all hi:{ tfeeiare ing\ell.\ i I j idea "f informing f( cli aa 01":111.11\ ; I ...,lluu them a' I.t:1" he can allurd ileum, 'and l
Portable & >
_ for him to practice lK-forthand, and juyiii: triot aiuntiou to hi, l'n inc.' and the wants Eclipse Stationary Steam Engines .
.r--- u, bwtllfit and Watch Makers Line i*.
S8T \\lr. oe,. \t: oC Cork informs; recommend the under side. of.IIH rit-timurr. Ilia old! l'.U"'t..lt.r. and the j'u1.1>- .
.ptolc tl>o hn,. practice, we lie invited Call and examine his
11 ht of theif generally:: arc ,.
thathc\ Cth n And Sliives
I It be that the t .ILL1'O1I' WVP.UAVTKD. Governor
fat may l f"re 'Ieh..rl.' ,
he jrVordan r of Pill'ihdho | coun ot his; little clor:.- t. !g< Mi- ) iMiri.ha.-ing: Company
horse of\\l :v. ..
and )f r. Jor- ina-much as he and hip invite attention to our STOCK. CALL :: i', /
was Suc 011<', ..IIt; w ill uot object, l'l'"c hU*.. .
't dan had-binl der ,,k and key, t hut the ex-Jlonor seem to bo on good term; )': F !I.7. tf. \0 {'lutJ"Yc .Utfin' lC/fwiltu Goods.I Tampa, May 12, 77."K lvr' :. N .

thcif broke 0 I r the hle. .

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] I W. W. WALL & CO'S COLUMN. (:; I N] .
mock:" ----. _- _-n ___. -. -_- -h -_ __ .._- == =- -. "- _____ : -. =
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John Miller. | W. B. Henderson -lIf.\ I J.l :;;TlEI: rN :- -' '
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notice article hummock anti W7W.: WALC & COWholesale : .
your upon THE MORNING i i NEWS ....
hammock; and also notice that you were kind JOHN JACKSON I ,
.enough to correct an error which, according MliLEII k HEXDERSOX E I SAVANNAH GA. '

to the high authority you giVe for"hu tomock," .. W HAS on ]hand a complete ortn.ent of Merclian-

: you supposed me to have made: But I think "e' sc-, HfUi-ted) I'V .ill1..It. xithhi.uual 'pxidiudjrnunt

I am safe in saying that I had been over the 'Vholcnle, rt' lletn.iI G and Retail )-t'i'll m-.mire.l in!such by upx'matters.'nnl!- of .HH'H) jean eel|l-4l:atuntion iul'C 'ha to!* iI i ..:' I I

whole ground and had consulted high authorIties ; O. this line of liiiinW; and! he llattrr* !lum.elf that he. '.,' .

and with their had ) can pleai all who.will ntru-t him with thfir buinr i- I
IX o ,patronage.Hi ti
,myself squarely upon "hammock" ten years
V l i-> :t toik cnnitof a full line of
before your authority had I ever heard the ]) '. DEALERS) IX ; }

.' Florida application of it. This use of the Assorted Merchandise. ,
S Xotions
word Dry) (Goods() ){! and .
t peculiar to Floridaanal in Florida it TAMPA, FLOKII: ,

is universal. You: will hear ,
Receiving Forwarding .. :
stumbling around on hummock and hammock ,
NETS, LAWNS'IN in a vague uncertain way,n. if in doubt DRY GOODS LINENS.: IILACK .\MnniiKis oiuuw IN: ::. f

-' of being on hard bottom, and yet feeling that ANDCommission ( _\J.l'ie.IEHIXO?. :SILKS: REI'S,

i/.. hammock could not be right, because they t :NEW GOODS FLANNELS, LINSEYS: CHECKS:( ,

: {t think they know "hammock" to be altogether STHIPES, HICKORIES, TICKINCS; ,
another iMcrclumts, DENLMS l RLEACHINCS: ; P.ROWN) COTToNS kV&a ;*.
sort thing Lut let them stay:! here
until they are acclimated slut they talk of AT Groceries. Provisions :< < : ; i .
TAMPA FLA. .VXD hammock laud as glibly as any of us. I50NS. LACES: EMBROIDERIES I : !

;;_ We concede that a hammock i3 a swinging HANDKERCHIEFS) ( InTTOOl'11to] ? : i

:j;. bed, made of canvass or netting and that -0- J. & T. KYDD'S ntnl( laltljcs'111F.S: te.LADIES' i iI TOLITKALMI; 'AKJN 01S'G..

- .t' there is no sense in giving the sa'ue name: to ITats.; A.iul Cnps, rrHI' '! it'r': :d.-i Nati.."nal}. :State and l county

;'o.; any kind of land. But then Lt:: us look a; O LSTOCK HAS w-nx: SELECTED: WITHSPmALKElSAlJDTOllIi I' GENTS''. and CHILDREN HATS. attire 1I.\li"n.! :I\IIII."tly.. and which l..nt.1"illuncloul.h'clI\of any t-ir.oc the the niemormlilo D1Ctt-
: :; WANTS u--
:c "hummock" as defined by Noah WcUtcn; T11SSF:; 'rluN.1N1II'lIOSiW10F: .\\ 01: u.s AND (1-r-T-: ..' OrI"I"r-I-'O' I rii.\a cf 1''tl'| i i-+ now f.tirlv oll'nul.] The,K.- .
r "A solid mass of turf elevated WITH TiiKiH fi.vi P1 i.; AND tihn:11 l lVn) cr.iii Parse will tltLi.ir;; make a told,
considerably CtNI'IIIENCE.C noo \i ami doul! -uetti.fitstnlgtlefor) : the
For the information: of all we s :1:11(1: Si < ( I >nws :
: above surrounding earth" May) I askwith the articles we keep !" BOOTS and SHOES at Fcolesale i {!! ask Kelai!. I m.lint.-nau't' and -njr,wary "f tho.e prindplcI" I
out irreverence dignitaries if this dc ciibca BARGAINSa j Iii"i 'h lIr,- vital: In the 1 i-nmii-ritv of the lltpullie
I j and t'-- AND ALL KINDS OP *
:: the class of land referred to, ai.d if it does Con tniitly; ; on klni1For SCHOOL BOOKS In addition t<, tli (I'ni,upiijl election the ]tees 1-

not, and does not even come within loi'g STATIONERY. l pie in c ;in.ri it: mutt l Florida! H ill Clett I new :Mate gorirnu'ci'ts. -
Sale, and we offer them and l all other in o-u Gentlemen's In Flori.!la tliecasnj. >ai;.:n pmmirn to I*
rate of a.single specimen! of the whole clam, Stock'at the lowc.t noun: -uch UwJs ton be sold i in IX Furnishing Goods, wnic&tasBWarc tmN.llh.'ifIf"u", awl l ll.tn- ,* a protubiiitr! that

trfcat is the sense in using the word in connection this plact. in Hardware., CaHery &c,, i for the iiM; tin:,* simv the war the ]>n>|.It I : ( that .
!::ulkalril.f..nt: willl'lc".t:1 IViiMraticSiatD a
with it? Again lit us consult Xca'a DRY \ 'nini iit.! In tl-e-etsnijoisuf! the ptvple of the
about "hommock.:" "..\ hillock small emi Dry Goo(1S4Clothing .IfardwilTin: i } ( &; (Croukeryware 1 ( ( Tin and Crockery Ware. :Ninth arc litply. 1f'.rl"'h..I l; ami. t'H'Imlclh nt
c-ijinn w lu Ii:&-'tl-e \\'l"ifUt': ". 'hi. l'Olntnne.t hit
hence of a conical furm, sometimes covered We hare a good l Line of ITnnur FurnFURNITURE....lijut l Gmu' +urh tar ,fti.'ii il It-trthoe, :t aujsiaint Itita-elf with

with trees-" sometimes .-" ,:. ..:...1._ .__ _. .._'. .... _...I... ....:, ._.....I. every,f'__.
They comical
: arc IIr I.tII 11. IIt"'"'" 1 w.lvw. .UUUIA
rot tooTh described one individual of that Ladies Dress Goods and Fancy Calicoes, Xofiun ((wi SttifUnicriFnraitnrc /, COOK STOVES &c. that >..> ii'i'A poin; ? n.
1 T> thi-> t n.lll'l : I"mt.l fits:.f>r.iM: t.) and .i-Nt in .
epecita which is jttst one more than "huui- I IMMESTIC GOODS: Loth of Northern and Southcm :\h'el.I.I.HOP!:. ("OI.OI\UO, ei rci.iating il.i- Arr run ualr .lloivl l/r I.'t"'r"ajlhl.I'1"lIJ'IoI

.Manufacture. ihnu.raicntwyIl' 'vr. "t I'tl'no\61M'\'tl
xnoik" does. Few :
who have travelledin
Oils & Paints Umbrellas t & Parasols opiui,- :III.II'i.tt-l i> in tluir! t.xpnion ; a toaJlllr
a the Northern and Eastern States fail to A Full Line of HOSIERY, ili.it i i.. ns-ouniziil tvcrrwhtrr ;i< the U-.t i'nilj mike

;' :;:. bow this land which is covered with bunches otherA1).1)71S. >..,:!I iit. Its ttliturial iKjortnunt; i in %igonuw.thiiii .
NOTIONS in dill! Department of almost : ."' liit'iii. nn.l co'I!'-i-ttnt while) : it. new and }Jotali
of grass and turf *' considerably: elevated variety, every Boots and Shoes Hollowwaro and Willowwarc, !" ': imlut' arc i>.ar\..1- .,1'! 5n<''ti.-ry and! ix'iipUt( I\i

above the surrounding earth." It can often litIts tUpartnutit of U.r"i.t; ;: niul 1'kiiila ariair
BRIDLES BITTS SPURS &c. i* rot 1"f.I.Iu..1: tt> n nic-rv l'amii lunUllanc.f eve'nutranspiring
be said Jeans Cassi>acres & for Hen's ,
surrounding water fur it is a kind of Cottaafles, wear in iSi: < -C Matt. *, l I.nt i i i- t'nHH'lIilll.! cv>c.ln .- '

t. land resembling our Fl rida prairie Jacd.IIummoc"k" and I< con-tnntlv! rvrrivinir from XKW: YORK lit at oiKt. jip' *, tiui5y: anti raev. ..
which the m0..1 Udioui always find Mlml'thing FANCY GOODS Saddlery Farming Implements, The 1 ;le -irtt! *..i the t-u'xi-hmeat' : Le
ire Is: always understood to bo to I'lci-e. OfiReudyIMade &0_ :1111)) Xi\V: ()):I.E.EW: 00-5; } : tc ii.\i' >[nl tu Mnurliii'ji: tho nuornf! the

.+ cakes and lumps of ice squeezed together, 'knUli} hip :::tttt.k. ...
; MOB :.1 I G NEWS I"p1
turned up edgewise, crosswise, and every ; Clothing, So1'Iiryrnrl rintiiny TaclJe, L' ..
which way, and frozen in that: condition. In ,For )[en'* wear, we oftir a good l rwige: of.-tvle; ,qua 1 X ev 1 ItGROCERIES-! alwavw lcei a :-\l'J'\ ui(i'''l.ire wit'i' the latt-t iteilitrte from nil l pnrt.* of the!
r t clay soils, when farmers plow with the groundtoo ity and price, and! we make it a ]jioim to han them O()< worM f t.r"I:1.: ; the 1 pr T" JNj! .auhts", .jTal ttv.
fit the ta. I<.' of the I'urdl.r-au. to coznpltte! tl.: :rc'iiami l t.v Inc:1\1.* "r:t Fjivri.u (",h..I..I"I| ,.n-o; *:nl
wet, and leave it to dry in the rough, they suit, we otter Cooking Stoves, Stoneware &c. &c. li.l.h:;:: i!I"-v ni.in: i ik!. :1 l h.: ]\-ir will \-c\ the ( arlit+t

kufOw what "hummock" laud i, and wkhthedidn't. Received IIH! ,nid,r ..f! t\t rn"uwonl h;' jut i.dlt! of the j 1"liliIIIIII''I"l .-
.' weekly and will be sold of I ISTti.Ihiilv ) ; .
'w | .
Is there any laud here bearing Hats of the Latest Style TAMPA FLA., FLO1,"ft. ('OiN!: GnIT: :\1 E.\: L. llK: :, "1'Il'l.II"TI..S. ,

the faintest resemblance to either of the OATS. B.l'OHK.( ): ( ) :SALT: (fOFFi: :, l .!' I ; ?I > tI'J
a :. t> iti4>nii*.................,.............. ...... :> Wfli'lUtli
It above? If not, why should we misrepresent And .1TVLOW SUAU; I:, SYKTIMMIKAD; I : : &('. .. -. _' .VJ

i our l lands by applying this word to them 1' \ U.OF Tills AP.OVK; I.INIIS OF ; Trit\ kly, I \*. r.._ 6' o
COul)) ..
+ era Florida land has enough to bear without gh'ing A are kept constantly: on l hand, anil furale at .\l. 0'I'OVl I .. (> ii'"i''l.;..............................._ U 1 CI 1)
Boots nnd Slices, i the I'"l .t :i\'ill l'ri'\' lirC1ah :; Mt.'tih-._ i siV f
fi it an additional "bad name":. by calling it \ ,tUy.I : I .\.nr....................................._ :: ..
) "hummock"Y That combined the dc-rabe! : rjn:ility: of eomfurt :111'1UI'i1.itih'm.l l PBICES.vi :1.'C' ) & S 1.:(; A 'I t I ".. t; u1..ntlut..................,................. 1 ,,,
l alwi tae! more iK>iral: >le 4Ui! t,{ }t\-\ I f. :; iiH'iiiii-............................... tOO:
.+ After a residence in the State of a good f E :'-1""l.it.ltn.I.i.. f-tt" ... ; ;,
ding the d If\rUlilic.r! an uzi felt Mid Making | ii Ilt a II e.pt, .f I f'ru-i.
Ho IIII'll!) .
many years, in which I have labored: with hand-onie foci Wk more Lta'itit.il i-ill.! ,..., or Country ]:)!'<.)(lllcc'. CASH: i tl1t :oe :1rli..I.Tn' )low l ii'l" ,' t-jV'' ): .uty tcli he ,.ut l f.r 11.-, j hktr:: "r-'r.: 4
...... : ir ill i-\t-l.tii.v. ; iorl'orXTUY I'UO- {t i;"JI..t'fl'l l I.vii\r, or Kxprt: -,..: t,nr ris-Ir.
= zeal, if not with discretion, for its (prosperity 'J On'E.) : .1. t n. IN'III.: .

and its good name, it is a satisfaction to me to OUR STOCK OF HARDWARE &c., Call :amiuniiu. : ', f:.r it will ho u jiJon:tuoIK I =" "\'I..:. II. ta.: .

remember liat I have never been) so unfaithful \ l: li.l1'1.111)1:11: I! > : TO on l: ST-CK) \Vc \.illl'i :iy tinlil:,;:iic-t larkit} Trici- f tiCOTTON :titnt'!i< M'titr: tin 1'l"k. I .V--- _d__ :',:

to trust and duty, or so blind to the eternal ComjirfHis everythin-j in: that line from a N l't',1It! to aWe .Jo\: : J.('K-:: )N. I "'' '' .. -
(j rml'leu,,'. ..e : ;:' :,
fitness of thing*, as to use this word [('lIr. iifTaiajM) : :uni' \Vu-hiiujtoa; Si.-ITrrn.t .] -::,-.'' }"" "'.-.
I u_._ _'- ______ .. .!. __ ___!.,. l'I._! 1_._ -,_ ., .ofll-r,- excvlhnt.. P.I.l, :!)...:(.'.nr ITIXITnJ... :. .. :.:. Ma-. j .)>:d(:v ;.-5rir::( -:r
--.nummOCK III CQDlJCCUlIlJ WHn s: 1l.ir1.." I) 1.41-I.III<:;:; oi JA.II: uuiu.x: :-, u .t-ii: :-loll It'hayrs *-, I IIII : -!'.II.4! ';. Ivr.ULNuI' -., {.\ .f(1........-. u;
__ -
choicest.lAnds. I confess that at first "ham- \;e. IiiGroceries Groceries & Provisions --- e "' p H'r-::
: i:: 'r. j\ "n r IIIS-: :\t t.ICE t.. <1'tYI I'I'T ,. 0-.. .::;j!IWj/-:;
mock" and I wrestled with it and DES) \ ( .q. !
repelled me, ..or"IC ..
Vrith "h mmock," dissatisfied with both, but & Provisions, i .....'oJ BOSH & CO.. I .....,.Jo.....;' ".. I.. '!; .; i -. AVLt
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I : : .
CIIDAK) 1:, :; .... '
:: f. ,. -.lY....{,j..
was never for a moment tempted 1 to take* .1N1)\'IiLhlla'.t] l'RFS: iI.Cu'KONii; : ) <: ',"' .-
We alwavs Vw p a f ell :-IJ4.k:1, thi. i is our I'lXTLIAK \ND.At t'd.... .: ..;.:; ..fi. :'Pik
refuge from discoutrni in "huinniock. I : l lIE) :(>.\Hnn 11;. ."-.' .. ,
: T. OH.\Xl( : :':, A /r ": f .-.... ..... : ;

presented the case to Mrs. Solon llubiusou, a I In our St:*j": .'".,m Ov:'-;..|* "j

most accomplished philologist, and inquiredcoecernin .rtiiKi't of Attractive t i :Piirt's.TIM : :. rOULTUYSUCJAR : .:...v t-l ---i.-\\'., oI.r'" --. F.:.*. r 4 hf'--'t..j-.j1IY' i .+.-Z
:?, ::-. :,,, "
>-..- .- ... .;: ':. t'' .
: her practice and that of Mr. Ilabinson TinwareV ood and ;:"r.---.0. :;" 'J., '-'l.i. of .. ..-.:..'".,, 1 .1
Crockeryware, ? ..- ..., .':.1 .' -,. ; ,... '. ...4
in the matter, knowing that they hadE r- f7mt T! :-< > ..
; : : .
; : : :.. ..
: :
Willi lUkcOvin-: ake l'an;, 1MIKating ami u >iru.v: : ; I'iMIV i :>.Tit'ANinCOI; j TIY1r."J" : 'J jiJr.H.! .t'.
frequent occasion to write_of thus, class of (4)nkin L o,. SYRUP, .:";r:7r. .. ,!,4.: ;.!,,.,.;;.,, : ,' ;\

laud. The answer was that as' neither hoin- tee keep all kin al-o :>cJtot+ ,1 l Ronsand blank IVxius.\ : ',' ,. .'I'.. e A'A tgwt
mock or hummock defined and described this "'c are: in t'U-\lu'mil'1l1iun ith toe! ln--t dealer+ I : 111111-:1'; : : VIKIT: : PKICKS: < }: : PAID lull: tt;r. th('. ... '; ':;.::.::.f ,. -' : ,

land, ,and as "hammock"- was universally North an.l Si.iuli ate! are jirtptrnl. 141 nippit! ..I"-'tt 1'0"I(; T fl.L '-'- .
iintice, nll1..in.l..f J.'I a.l\I.+, in : ;::y ipj:mtity That niav. COTTON;, ...MIhrl' Jl Vi'J P .. j
P. s. \ '
Ui ed by the residents of all harts of the State, .be ileMreil.! .A > I Xi)7:1 "O:..

und as every; one knew ju t what "hammock' In arran ill air Li.inewe l have not furpttunthat 'IIID1:3:: fall in and l cT.iiiiine: : our Icxk lufure I'nrr1.a.hl:: \Vatchmakor arid Jeweller.r.KUs. (; ; .:

when Florida laud besides the }I.lt.idltll'l'\\-.* of iiiftn -iiittiiin'" njuir.-' cl-t." .ore.Ntt I:1t.p1T"fnLr.:; I : : hat 1Ir. .. rI -.,
meant applied to refriiiaeut! ; : i +, l".t\11..a I'l"- ,i
> mitt '. "
want \ c hale "'-
p-o\ukd a -aNEW -"
N i lNri!: !
", I:- .Ir: I tn Mk.r.f .
';i --feeing in itself more euphonious than either of S.ll.'n 4>:i lie rivtr, known a.> An.l) OUAXOIX: :: AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTSV ..

: the others, and very little used in any other i ,lliin[ Charged for siowiiyr oar Mi ORLEANS;, LA.Strong .- -I :
1."he hI: <.) URJ: .."" .\l1in karl'll (.f niKAI'COOlKuouIl: (; ) : : lo: will : r< \i-iir.f5 I h.'n' wil; Hud\ T: :,i their toha.n-
connection, they had decided to accept and I tag to e.sl!$ at ii.. :1"f'.-, v I 1. re tit.... tan lilt. i
the the! to giv*> n* a ('a1l1.f.r.: 1 : I'tin-lia-in Illwliore.. Ihe tin.>.i.'ci.u; of ti.au1t1i ,. artl.Itertrv
adopt term so unanimously indicating ; II.t H\I'
; Whkli ill (irni-htrl with a J..lr of the bestLiquors (juilityof! Gaud(; {> and Prues I Ci.aranUtd.Vf. ; : I. l low pi-it*. 1
popular will, which is after all the test fur the 1. &. T. KYDI, BUILDERS' !HARDWARC GRATES tc.
Tainpj: Fla., ;larch 1-i. 1 137t.. 1 ti.H. ,, I J-"Ii"1 [1i'101...t- 1:.J"":':1'1 nlId''I'II .",weteltt.

adoption of new words, or the lakiug of old! and Cigars, \V. \'.\I.J. .'\; (1'U. .\ \- onKr* Idwi: \V. (:. I I'tlli* win !In-ji'tvi.i-! ,. .

words for new uses. The above dcci:iou ap A P.II.LIAKI 1KH.M and TI-. -.l'lLLEY, I .- -- ... ., ---- -_ T.iwp-1: ;Mirli 1'2 isl; ;. ]y cd l t.. ::'r -i.)i.nsr e -i iVVI

proved itself to my mi"d! at once-an additional :- whenhi. and -"I.ert.allalts net' eantnj.! >y ii...-lf in the tat: it liknIK.JI. .--- C U"..A'_" .11"I "11.'II ........ I .. ....... -., EV o :r-t o C'E R Y. :.
'. that term which ho* will !he promptlv 1I1'l'li",1 l --- VVI
reason being a l>y that Prince of Pur-Keeper: T. LAWLER. LI':

taken eo deep a nut in popular favor, can Notic to
CoV.! T. IIASKINS, Shippers J. I-1. \r.I.KEILI"t' \ L
never be eradicated, and it gives a man au For "Quid Pro Quo GENERAL COMMISSION: MERCHANT,

air of pedantic assumption logo around using IRON NAILS AND HOLLOVABETinners' r

unfamiliar words for famaliar things. To meet the Transportation demand tif our trade .;.j, 77;, 71.:', SI and S3 Pm.m: : STIU.I.T: t Late Nell ,. I [ ".f 1ilnl.I.i1'\nn.]

An icsiauco! of the difficulty of sub-titutiiig: we have: a Schooner! culled the (;Ju. W. 1>IL1.. .
that run ngnlnrly JA"\,) near\ IVvdr.tNiw yrlean*. I Hnvjnloeatol: l.tre, w,,t.M n pectfullr inforw 41
n new name for an old one came under ray the 1 ptiMh* that !lit" I l-j+ IlLI'n 11.(- titer(. fV.ftr.erlv: --

observation in Alabama. There was a small Between this Point and NEW ORLEANS / '' Work, Tst' anil! JJjiI'"MC 'al l.t.l" J.v M- (r4. 11.1.. Orar-e.VCo. ors the oirrernl ;
-( )- U j-nr.ctnu! : and TaJi-j :M-.. an.1! '1
which TTAVINV.( ; 1.1.ISETTIIEI..1RE.INfl'OM.: : ;): l.avinfiId; i it
settlement the river to
: on Tallapoosa ,1 1. \J\I .!liull!+ WAKIHlorSK: ) : : at the ('MIt of Ft'rnil'iI.a'r II''*, wSl: a'cll-t-!tttelltu!, k ..f
for reasons: known to the inventor, had And are in close connection with the -leanicrV"!-
Ify sly and 7inVi and v.ith For the of northern and western
been given the name of Possum Snout. When extcn-ive: sale proto,
",. i IIf1'1I 1lrrrl. TIN AND JAPAN WARE. Groceries
it had grown up to the uccci-ity for a rx>t- Wharves\ :and Warehouses( r
A (.ooi> .-.c1'r1.Or TIK .'uLl.OWWaTlCl.l>
Office: the settlement and office took to themselves -
\\\, are now pr. p.mil t., nivirc and in will U ,,1 .:,-I 1 tl v.it nn
all .
store 'n
put it w
? i-Ling in
7 the of Tallapoosa and at the We enabled I .\LW.\\"'< ox HAND: articles SoliprIlli JuIhr ('dd./(1 Mline.. \ 6rr.Ixlt
name are to offer to patron} the l e-t facilitieat intnli.uidi-e: shipped. to our care.We AH It- Hill .1.) A
same time took upon themselves 1 the job of the omallext exjH-ns... We-xhall continue to fur

eovy>eQihi *< YidenJ to use it instead: of the nigh! ]PORK BACON;, LAUD CIIAUTEH\ OAK\ STOVES 1, StrhHy. (Vfs/ vie JSartrr ..
CORN AND <.1". .
"V other, to which they seemed to have taken FLOUR S. .

611 unaccountable autpathy. If opposition AT TRUIOIIT( AND COMMISSIONS:' -that i Ii- FLOUR, CORN OATS,

VV u the life of trade it is much more the life of .\T .\C1T'.\1. l"o-T-to:, the full extent we can will aK> Knp} on hand a largo :Stuck ofFLOUll 89 & 91 CAMP STREET, lie will be aLl,- teach asT.OAr

Mie the nu-in: to pay' the 1'ru lu.e iu.uk ttius: 1UIAX, HAY, CORN MEAL,
an idea, a sentiment, a name. OutidcrsBoon ba-od upon[ actual I'.u-h. Branch ."
IlniiMS >1)7 )la;:a/iiu* Str'd'j t as the
found that being called "Snoutcrs" dLsa We either buy or naive I LOAVEST :

greed with Tallapoosians They relented it POTATOES, ON IONS?, IJEANS: CORN, X' On Cori.u iglllllellt
with blows and revolvers. They tore arounda Tampa Florida, April 22nd '7G t 1 y. And! will Exert Himseir u. Bs\-C ,.;a;.>kt'lioQ.
good deal and swore a good:deal more, and All the pro luo:.:: of the Coontry for which we can HAY, JOHN: IIAIM:. rnu.uT. i.\.\VTUN.1IAILE : ,
find market hire elsewhere MEAL
a : or
cartful to TallarxKwa. Outsiders all favoring him wil'j( a rill r.1pril2l
were always cay
We thank our friends for' their Patronage: and -( )- &LAWTONFactors
smiled, tat were very careful not to feeling that a mutual: Intel t is t'n: true ,germ* of GRITS, r

.. Snout" within hearing. All trade, we hare thought it right. to yield a good part -t Is77.Homy. -
"Possum .
JaY' of our profit to the u1l1cr-'ho .bean all the 'a.1&Advanced on all Con-igntnrnts(Not Pcri+LaLle.) -- 6 01.-
= this bappcttad years ago, but to this day the burden. Our Clerk are attentive and we i invite all POTATOES, : & Commission Merchants, -

$lace goes by .iu original name, and if you who have to b'iy, to call ami hx>k at our fetoi.k, and Orders llrfjxftjuUy! Sotirilcd and fillt'd at t OATS Briunck
we promlne that we iluei fully "howl11 our ,
are spoiling for a fight you can be gratified Good* and not take: the len.'t .tJ-3.3 if you .Fhonld loirft tnnrltt priers* Xorth Commercial H'/iarf, ...'

V and satisfied by saying "Possum Snout" with- happen not to buy our. whole Stock on your lint: SALT .Y,.
in tie range of a."SnouterV cars. visit.jfeJT. Lest we might; be miunderftood 1, in conequence Tampa, June 10th '70.; tf. Charleston S. O.Ba1gn _,!
RICE &c.Whith .
)F. w The conclusion of the whole matter is, that of our fair way of "I raking,as to term, we l .:,*-
other our cu>iomtr')', we I'.iy once for all, that we can ; :
neither "hummock" nor "hommock"? apply ; ftiiiplifil) (), Literal Advances malt) i.w'
buy only for Cash; or "jim alent*, we espt-ct Valuable Place for Sale. \
and if concede un Con.-iyuincuu. of Cut ton, iciest, and other .
to the laud in question we will fcll ,
we at neatly rolucttl: rates, l by J Province.l .I
&rt the. popular "hammock" is not to be Cash, or Equivalents, (\''ntlinilIt"\ ;<) acres of pood l pine land with 800 '! ,"II"I.1l'. Boot and She Maker ..'
anpii. treen-ilK:? > of which are now bearing I< for'jlKM I
thought of, will some one pray tell us what When we cell our flood*. Credit being the ground : or the anie place with 1 lot) acres additional: l L1RhR.IL.11)A'.1N'Gi: ; made on :l1I'n"i n- UKKHUKXCCS: ZGiunrx .t ,

.. we shall use 1--: D. M., in Volutia. County ; till of HIGH PRICES, for ?lOll\lll.,(> .Thin! place i it l l.vatcd in the ClearWater I mcn' '1:1I1""h..1 l to our care. A Co. I HKItKHY: : : ..nntilu-' theiinW* i that ke/I 1 M Cn .
section 2 mile from View Old Tampa .
Ray on a-Kt.tlnu'nt of Xct'"
:. i $eruld. j an,1I{ iiiile.. from Clear: Wattr MntF. It w elevated l l''ll'l'tfllth.! i 1IIWI1hTl: ::1 JL G>. i* pr\'pare.I to do I ftib-Untialod! neat'ntjea.i.f t.u ; arilIrtyy _
: F AVE SELLS!or 01:17.T.uul' : l and liiahhy. For particulars aj>TOX, PresiiK-nt Bank ol r aU.

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