The Sunland tribune
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 Material Information
Title: The Sunland tribune
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 61 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: C.N. Hawkins
Place of Publication: Tampa Fla
Creation Date: December 22, 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
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Succeeded by: Tampa tribune (Tampa, Fla. : 1885)

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rHE\SUNLAND TRIBUNE. A. ;,. GOODMAN. LEE HOY 1\r.s.1:;: I POETRY. I the eolil) } anti ilUcouragmjj words that too every word of anguish: that has been wrenched for brain anti nerve are- not only -robbed- of : '<1 1

I ---------- -- ; often fall from the lips of limo"e who have from out young hearts by parents' unkindness their natural stimulus, but have become tho 'j

t ;.. : :i PUBLISHED EVERY.SATURDAY. GOODMAN &MYERS, DIVIXI (;OOI>MSS. never been tempted in the Mime direction.Let : and recorded, the noble arch of heaven fountain of agonizing sensations. c.1-1
:::0- i tluH2lu ran thus throw a tumbling would be traced with words of blood. Has ..
_ ,:-I- cFFICECoRx; EH OF WUITIXQ & Fi' RANKt are dreamers of Ire-im* for the future J
-: STREETS.ADVEETISINclATES.. irilOLKSALE We Ire liiiiKKr of ca-tlclOC 1li.- block in the path of virtuous endeavor remember your child done wrong? then reclaim him, A liich Sermon. _

: : us : ._ .- -.- that if the tried ami tempted one, not by harsh words but word The will '
';.! --- -- -- -- ---- \II too anxioiH to hoard our trra: -urc, I by gentle : ..following extract from sermon
-; Unmindful of mi--. through their depre-ing influence, sink despairingly I framed in love.nd bc'Ft cm -* .
r jilvn-urt's we parent, you who hap I I F t| at a glance by some of our a,

'J' \o &IsI I 111 k.ll Mo..Tf| MoT fG| Mo. j 1 Year. TOBACCO & CIGARS, "'c are builder lOC iilea.-tire- other-! ; back: into still deeper degradation, won your child, kept him happy by kini .4fiti1iome i It loses much of its humor -e

1 $1 f.3 i1 ti $! : lj; I the responsibility, mint rest upon them. loving words flf council thank God that because in
3 I t-3 t fib I fIG I :1O'1 HO We arc makers of""froallJ can : you we put appropriate gestures ,
4 _; 6 14; $15 ?:!*> ?' 16t .;, .\' we doul'Ie! our grief through h another This habit of continually mi-ing difficulties have dealt with your child in the same way that accompany it : -j.!>
a ; A SQUARE w One Inch in.patcen So we double our plct-ore---lr: their is one easy to fall: into and hard to over God has dealt with you.-May's! landing My friends,sin makes the purtiest young. .;

AdTertwem.nU inserted let than One Month, $1 Let u. cleave to the June days of Miinitier, come. To one who constitutionally: takes a R CCQ"C/. man iu the country ugl).,th. And I tell you -t%!

,'! b }>er Square[ .- for first and 75 cents for each nubs iuentinsertion. SAVANNAH: :, GA And exult with each joy that ajijiearTake ; dark view of thing it may seem merely the -A .. how I know ah. I was coming up to church ..

k AdrertweraenU not marked with the number of our Mo-ing*, tho* brit, without: murmur, natural acting out of his nature. Yet no Posting [in Xor\i-n)'. to-day, when I saw some men in the road ah ,

timCfl[ i will.be inserted until forbid, and charged me.ordinJly. 'cilincco Factory* No. 8' Ci;;sr.Factcrv No. GIG And Iw patient with -orrow and tear. one can understand its injurious results with Imagine: a ''ow light wooden conveyance and thought one of them the purtiest young f
Lvsciiiinin\\ .lW UK.
:.;- ISTIX'IAL KATiS: to !lihernld"l'rtien.. Tampa, Msm-h 2o>,::76. 1 It. There a fountain of joy for all living, out beingcn.ible that duty requires' a cou- somewhat spxot-shaped, with an upright man I ever taw' in ray life ah. And aa I

___ __ There- a de-luge forrow for all ; ctant guard against: its insidious, approach. spla-h-board in front, two very large wheels, drew nigh unto them, I discovered they were -.J

I TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION : "TISON & GORDON. But the liver uf good i+ a cr driving) Every grain of wheat i capable of contributing and u big apron buttoned down on both sides! playing marvels and they all drew nigh
Per Annum, (in advance,) ?:=,W mingle life's l'ltilh the gall. hdch and fruitful harvest it is ;1
Toju-t -\\ : ; yet unto what called and
Month 1-W around the traveller. A sensible', conscientious a place they taw they ar
Six '** .------- ----- --_._- -- -- -- --, ----. I easily cru-hed into nothingness. :S:; ) every marvelled-ah. And when he marvelled -1
Single Copy, cream-colored pony i is: attached to it in hejuuH.tl ..-f
-. COTTON FACTORSAND :akin-- IiMieMiltic I of good intention, of intelligent endeavor -
front ; and behind, |ierchuil on a shaky projecting | up and flapped his hands like a roo:3--: \.
t BUSINESS & PROFESSIONAL CARDS. It is certainly a :good thing; t to look all of earnest hope or fervent enthusiasm, ter does his and I '
._ a board, is a f mir-liaired, sallow, phleg wings says, wish I may 't :
/.VwAIJU -- n. w. c.::1ylLtrs. difhVuhies fully nnd fearlo-ly in the face. may, with uicouragemcut and sympathy, devtlop matic-looking peas-ant, boy or man as may be, he d-d if I hain't fat-ah." And oh, my .'

WALL 8c WILLIS When this i i. done previoii to any undertakj j } into a rich blessing to mankind ; while who i is called a ekyiU car/ You may drive friends, then, 'I thought that was the ugliest "

ing, and I also, at each succeeding step, there i in the l'ol.llhl-t'! ciiticisin; disparagement
I tawin
yourself, if you choose! : and it'you Jo., you young man ever my life-ah. And.
i Commission Merchants is far more of a favorable: i,:, tie thanwhen and objection, it wither: audits :
1 prospect may away
i mouth and
\ Attorneys & Counsi'lors at Law ; 1 j may possibly: flatter yourself that you arc opened my spake unto. him thus : lay l/1 ,
value! be forever lo-t.
there exists from
r a cowardly i-hrinking I l lord, if not of all you survey\ yet still of the I, "young man, this U not the way to I YI
( the hard and disagreeable thing,* that always A .
AXDi BAY STREET, SAVANNAH, GA. The Art of JJxhijj; Together., cream-colored pony ]iu front of you,' you salvation.I L

\ Sth 'jlt< attend any enterprise worthy the name.: may make: the pace according to your liking. And he said look here, old hoss, if you
CI1.lxC1'nr. rani
ui, April, !
: //SOLICITORS This commendable prudence is\ however, The art of living together! pleasantly in
-- -- --- Never was a :greater mistake: ; the ttyJn carl had been salivated as bad as I was: you ., i
tAMPA, FLA.VfTILL vr. H..MHMII,T. }'. :1. ZIK:- I greatly: promoted by the habitual: exchanges would
perched behind i is that pony's! master: not not to hear talk of salvation. i
+ rUACTlCE: in all the e""nor".n 11 I ject'ons and making: ob-taclos. to whatever ii of the little courtesies of life, they arc never
you ; and if he choa-es to utter iu a low And now, my friends, if that man said he 't .:
1 t' FLORIDA. SCHMIDT) / ( 01':111 the nino deliniiu'Lcu-s of unimportant, and always grateful to the feelings .
suested. ;
I office-TBIBI-XB building up stairsTam /' tune bur-r-r-r-tlar-r, you may flog until you was fat he told a lie, for he was lean as that i "
Ke-b.. 10/, 1877. tf. \ social life I perhaps: noiri are meirc irritating ; iu every; household! hall fathers and
t! _pia ._ _._ - are weary ; neither whipping nor coaxingwill hungry looking sister over tharthat's always ,
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in their others and di j -HIS be J'i! careful of the
effects ] feelingof one any
moro --
M. SPARKMAN Wholesale Grocers upon make the sagacious creature quicken its praying so piously when the hat is being --
t S. other than those of ? .Should there _
cuuragiug to all worthy effort, than tlmi". It a stranger
pace an iota. The ttul-kiorrc or country cart pa&tt? around-ab. 1 ;
nt; I-IJL'V, i is, indeed, a iue-stion whether envy, jealou-y lie less e-il'ort at gentleness of deportment and :
i %.t'torllC is a square woxnlcn tray with large wheels And my friends, i if that young man had ;
IMPORTERS OF WINES AND LIQUORS and bad evil expression between them than is
temper, though: more essentially courtesy )
and a low backed seat across the centre bome- not, been blinded b'y sin, he never could
AS1> in thetuelvi'have baneful influenco extended > outsiders! ? .Shame a -c ,
so an < upou pure-ut :
r Nos. 49 51 53 & 55 New Levee times with and sometimes without springs. a rnistuk mo tor an old hoss-ah. :
and It all who willsrclt. his child with abusive words. ,
IX CII.1\CLR1; upon happii.e-s: \ success.: dampens: ,
SOLICITOR The posting stations are more or less picturesque 4. .
enthusiasm, de-troys: hope, kill energy; poisons Who can tell the anguish: that fills a child'shcatt A Modern Mimchauscn. /- t
New Orleans. ;
,r << as; regards scenery, but are all built l ,
It J'IEADI:, FLA.'ILLl'UACnCKma'.l endeavor emhe.ambition.' It tak when he see s nut: hour is madeto
: I s every
1 VKCKMAX upon one plan, of red pine logs:, around a One of the Boston restaurants boasts of an i K;
the Courts of :'tI1tla ---- -- -- ------- t feel the cruel and ullnLlurlll'1tlit direct-
: the out of the social the
oxygen atuigsphcrc: ) ,
spacious!: yard which may b. tidy or untidy Irish Munchauscn who acts in the humble capacity i
Dr i" Florid & VETS15URU I spirit out of human life.Mot eel against it. It cau bear the rude iiisultaof:: :?
.h 1-!, 1H76.! ( 1 1)' according to the taste of the inmates. Barnsor of waiter,.and adds much to the enter-
[ of have had of cruel world, meet iiuancial defeat with i
a can i
u- : KKHC( : experience
-- I other uut-houses f form two sides! of the tainment of guests.; One of them being
IJn"v (, ) Jlie( the withering influence. We have, perhaps a bold front, eau meet! and manfully tight : 's
square, the house:: makes the third, and the served with a small lobster, asked : .
r ( \ Wholo3ale D alcii in f formed some plan: ,, or started; some enterpri-v1' a rain-t: enemies, uu: "f the household! but ap.ir.nt' -*
: 'I i \ Fcn\vick Taylor fourth i iJ supplied by the road. The buildings Do you call that a lobster, Mike T 1
in which all our hop-- were engavd: aint 0:1: '1 u unieeii! : ; actions towards a child! .will Faix I believe i "!
are roofed very generally with soils of they do be callin' thim'

11'' ;.iz.sj.II1zx, VI..1llN'l Dry) GoodXotiolls( :; ) ) &C.' applying! for aid encouragement 'h'llt.cLl.en cau-e its young heart to bleed with anguish; turf, fortaing a plateau ou which long gnu lobsters, here, surr. We call 'em crabs, at r+ .-.1
heart thai could stand and all
O / : overwhelmed by a host: of dillleultiesand ;: a : ; up challenge; ,
r t :"S K-fwp I" S. Land (l1 rice :1t.Ciilll'- and wild flowers wave luxuriantly. The home
( 11 I). l'lth. .edI.edter 1 obstacles suflieie-nt to the mutt other to cause it to sink. A person possessing;: :: "
r iingtun, "
\'Hf 1-1:1. all.t at a "
; food to he t procured at these stations i is goodof 0, said the diner, you have lobsters in ,,;
with t l.'t-iall.nllll.tII.-. determined energy.; :Souse of them had :t Lear under such f. burden eau truly raise "
10-tf. Savannah, Ga. its kind ; salmon trout, reindeer, venison, Ireland ? ;
--- eloubtless occurred \before but hadnever his heaven and ")1\' Clod. how :
to ,
., -- --- us: eye.to say "
1'. V. VISIKV.I mutton ; and wild ducks iu abundance if the Is it lobsters? Begorrn the creeks is full -"'"'1of 'i
+ a \-'ISLt.\.v, t I -;;. um.il formidable 1 long The bieae-h\ between and
11:1( tf. a< so; a-pect: ;; parent
.;,- --- -- --- tourists: can shoot them-all very tolerably 'em. Many a time have I * -- while others! presented dcour.igement; < of a child once: male: utt>.r.i *t'-|h in to make it 1
& FIN, LETlitt01'IICY CAR H ART & BROTHER cooked. J5y the way of desert, there are I've lopped over till shtrames! ;
FINLEY t still! darker hue from our ignnrai.ee: of tli'irpower. : I wider and wider: : ; fal-e: : }pii.le: mi-f.iken feel "
wild How large do the lobsters in Ireland
raspberries, strawberries: and mouteber- grow ._
Possibly!. our firmness may have f ill', the sudden bitterne the heart can f feeleveu ,:.
z QLt LtW. I ImDnrters and Wholesae! Grocers ries] a yellow insipid fruit of a pale amber ? t
-k stood the test t, and we may have teaped thetiepressing towardthoe! it loves all will aid the 1 +
color, which tastes like a rain-soaked-rasp- ell, said Mike, thoughtfully, to
t' J.'CKSOXrJ/:, FLORIDA Xus. :. : iK-rry. The only bread to be procured at shpake widin' bounds:!, iurr, I'd say a matter r;
11': probable: : that \succumbed to it, l I.t, our by day until i'ndiug: it iiupo-vbiu! to return .. L
and FwU-ral Court*- NEW YORK of five six feet. ..
'..,. in the State the up-country stations is jladbrwl, thus described or .
:'' Pn.\CTfCg special attention to land litigation hope, and threw up our enterpii-e in de-p.mir. !j like the wre-ckeel niatiuor, they give up 1 1i iu .
1 : It is thin, dry, dusty! full of little What! five or six feet ; how do they get t'
Office JneknYille ----- ,
lad at -----L
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a"l to bu.nc We ran hardly imagine a more ( hl'l..k.1I.llln'lry -,s; j dc-hair Mt to mourn! over their **
Fix:: and Wai-hinstwit; I). C.: I''' bits of straw, and quite tastele-s, like the bottom around in those creeks 2""Ikdadsur ,
--tL :\ : prospect: than to be forced'I pa-- J Jute: caivU, whc-.hcr they, !live or m die\ Your
Tin of a hat box with the torn on":- the creeks in Ireland are '
--- -- Shop Tin Ware nuts' life with a pen-on; of thi, habit!. of mil.,!. i child! may: !have male mistake! ]in: life. Who paper ->
Jolin :TI'. "Tn C Chamber Journal. fifty or sixty feet wide} said the unabashed
._.-:: In the domestie circle it ii peculiarly) distressing : hu> nut Parent, you were young once, anti, '

';. PI'IYSICI..L Mil! renaascally located iu Tai)ln t,amix a/ ; hecau-o; its influence ii so ton-taut. porehantv" you al-o! made your rmtistakts'Tis A r Mike." t1
But said "
What I is Solitude.'the I pcrsistett inquirer -
.'f'.. LVKAYtrrK ,iairr. A true home maker, bo it hu-band wii'e one of the law, of nature broken, when they } you 1
>'", ., AN'ITAMPA H I fisherman the alone at said you had seen' them when you were'leaping .,%.,
on ocean night
$ I .nin i-roj- >ar.l 1 to fill all ooh r< fur (and both should a--nine the oilier ) will lay I ofouo houehuldpeak: ill of each other ; J-
.J."i" is alone when he remembers the over the streams, and 1 lobsters here '
D EON. scheme.and for comfort; heartthai! hoiildtl'Ug te ther not earnest live't .
SUI';G many plant economy ; ;gi: throughthe ,
,'l ft:::: the
Tin \Vrarc, Slovt() ; I PijM'.s etc. health, improvement, happino"SuLie;: : stones of life, that:: should cling to ('achothl.r longings which am arising; up to heaven at sea. $'- I
_'t'. := I home for his safety. The traveler U not Deed I did, surr ; we're powerful Ieaj er3 ,. .
of tl.e.m'v: be open to critiei.-i.i, souse: maybe for strength; when :itbulletiug; has al- '
last: .if the ('.urt 'll<.u-v, in Ireland. As::! fur the I've /
-In I'.look alone, wheu the face-t which will him say surr, seen" A
K": vonier of Lafayette: and M.mn.e Stret-t*. (iii h..rt .titiire ji I in-! rw-.naMe unit-. ( ;ivmo impo-siblo. to carry out, but mo-t ...them, must OHl'wlll.IIIIl'lthl'lI1! heaitthat should greet it red will! 'em" i
(.. ly. aill.: )U fore |>iriia..iiiL'K! ; "liori : on his arrival seem to beam UJRHI him as he
r i":. TlAlull3, March lot, IS; ; judieiou-Iy managed, will promote: th.d.- see a gllUlIl't' hiightiu-i thix.u.i, the blackest "
M. 1 K.: I IIAYMVOlTir.: : : : cloud! ivJle-cinl from truges:: a,. The solitary student is, not alone, But look here, my fine fellow, said the
fare of the hou-ehoid, and all !have in them / :t parent's lo\v, havebeen
\: Drs.: ;T.A\r. Dallie11'0. I Tampa: 1I. Man 11 th ';(ti. ] 'r. I wlien he feeds: that human hearts will respond] guest, thinking he had cornered the Hibernian J
which\ turned
clement.- of good ifI.rkcl up into crue-lty againeach; : other by a
-'- : .. to the truths which he is preparing to addressto at last, "lobsters are not red until they f
; pi"ope shape, will induce the .-:mo u-ult.: 1 few idlo word- Wiat animal will not protect ) "
: C. E.: PARCSLL I th<'I1I. Hut this i is! not the isolation! of are boiled.
made it asain-t all rude sault t
either from
suggisfuns; by party de vouiiir! :::. a' <
't-. 'l'rthe 1 others not of their' kind the lo\\'c.-t which our Lord slll'aksheu he &\'s'c Ye "Doan't I know that ?" said Mike, reproachfully -
: lespectfnl attention thought; aid! : I ; of the .
) .'" : Architect & Contractor.Plans and sympathy of the other, and when \parents: .! brute crcativtt'till do thi, it is the law of na shall ]cave me alone" for to Him the desertwas ; but there arc bilin' springs in

it i-i the law "the !home of God," and the mountaintop the ould country, an' they shwini troo 'em, '1
:RESIDENT DENTISTS work thus harmomoiu-ly] together\ earls bring turn of to.; !. The untutored
and his will ri k his life the very Rate: of heaven. Then there is nu'COlU out ready for ye to crack open and i
,, SpecificationsFu inngeneral or her own :share of ability to the -av.ige > to -ave that of his
:ur auotier sort of lonesomeness of which it ate j" and Mike walked calmly off to wait
TA3IPA, FLORIDA.IV. fund a happy home is well-nigh; seen child.! 1
.... reel. Yet how often are such i propo-ds I The gentle mother will bend: over the couch would seem that lie could not possibly be a upon the next guest, having his interlocutorto

: wm visit IT. IIUIH'; )I.\ .\TEE' nisIiedforBuildinsrs] listened to, only to find fault: to point out I;1\1' he-t. sick child. her heart lacerated with partaker. 1 allude to that solitude which digest the lobster, and the \\tor)". I

J also ORLA IX). HKTEKENCISCoL !, 13 1th Public and Private their elifliculties] to denion-trate the:r impracticability i the :uigui.-h; of su-peii-e: % and every motion of I familiarizes the mind with its own acting:,*, -- r .

/ II. L. Mitchell' Dr. J. P. Wall, }II'. XVm. BIlendemm. to raise; objection- every her charge; she will watch with loving; eyes.! which i is necessary to right thinking, and the "By Jupiter these are lovely nights. 1 I
Estimates furnished when desired. I step. Meeting with such a reception, in their ,: It is her own, part of her very being; and ini arrest of pernicious association!. The isolation Nothing Mars the serenity of the scene, ex- ;

.1 I' Tampa Flor/la, De:*. 1C, '76.v ". :- l:Stij.tTiiiten.Kiig. tlienm-tnirtiun tf I'.uildinjrs a incipient tate, they naturally fall:, to the j|i i the walcht>; of the night; a prayer goe-s up to ofoomc haunted tovrer' the trackless claimed young Jones the other night as he.Saturn

.- ,_' I'I''PE1.1.I.T'f. Ii I Heaven from her pale lips-God gloom ef tome catacomb, the cliH'ed side of the porch neath the silvery rays! o f\
.. --- ground with all the benefit they have i :oparl"oh, '
June Irt, "" may,
------PAINTING _. !
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with his
j cr 'Cl1tmoon _
'I arm around the. -
) contained, and] with them al-o fall- much of spare my child: ; take all else, but leave him some dizzy alp, or the waste about the rim of '

TAMPA "HOTELT"HOf : the enthu-ia.-m and hOl'efullll'that :gave ''! with me. A lather bends; over the couch of; some yawning crater, are not the most dreaded waist of his Venu But when the oil ivo- '

f House, Sign & Ornamental Painting, I them birth. Children brought up in Mich .': the little satieix-r: and mingles his prayers ::solitude for these are the handiworks of man opened the window above them, antI '

All b winei [in this line attended U. with .ti"l'rtc-h rj" IL Ill l) n ].1..10.. id a. an atmosphere: early learn to invent ditlicul- ;!i! with the mother, and the anguish in the God. The mo-t terrible desolations of solitude turned a pitcher of water on their devoted 1 :

s and upon reasonable' terms ties on their own account, and every day !j I mother's face i pictured iu his own. Anti are the maddening, cells which lie between heads they thought they had encountered J

S C. W."EU.Tamjrt: :: ,, FIa. they will di-cover new resorts for di-puting I I why would you have your child live, to treat the walls: built by the hands of' man. Xeptunc. She simply remarked to them as ,=

March 2d ,187C.( Iv T 1I1 >i: .\"IXl. Un elark'o<< l and :' the command\ of their I parents' or the wishes i : I! with contempt when it reaches mature years::? That is oolitf.de: indeed l, when vice dooms a they started for the gate : "Here, come back! .
n-fumi"IIl'lI. i< nun re-ad' fur the retrpon; of: I It is then with what keen to the where sentiment You cannot comet over my daughter in that
(JutM*. j of their phmnate*. :I ) you forget anguish man pri-on dungeon no -

': Ilerrrr all Vcissbrodd I j t It i i" not uly at home, however that this; I you knee-led at the ],,- I.ide of your dj'diug; can create a voice but. that of.1 guilty milky way. Jones retorted : "Uranus off": ,:

\ : Location-High, Dry andPleasant. i I jKTVtr-e: habit has so baneful an influence.1! ,f i and 1 imrtt)' 'tl that it might live? I'aient.elo i ii .I conscience and where no expression of face is cud I'll" be hanged if I come back till i get ..,.'. I' .

.. SADDLER Tables with In the workshop: the counting room, the i not e-trauge your children's hearts from jou, : read but that of ghastly: despair. This U the ready, and his girl took his ann and he start- # L\1-

supplied the U--t.. oiiuv, the street, the farm, it act- with the i'their love i if! -aven-born, from the 'first: moment I solitude which makes the darkness" of death eel off like the messenger .Mercury, who w

Harrness Maker, Upholsterer &c. Stables in connection with the House same deadening weight upon energy, hope I they t"'ll I.IIL.I' your names they loved visible, and prompts the criminal to seek refuge said to have wings on his heels, and silence

i TAMPA, FLA xr I). 1SAAC: ; C1AtT'VStnl and ambition. The. mechanic has foine I.: you, and when they first: obtained their in self murder. The. isolation of 4 human reigned once more. The old woman says she ,

t I'1a: laa W found at the corner of Miller, A I lenderS Tampa[ a dl.J. ___ __ 1y. bright idea dawn upon his; mind that might, I I strength and toddle across! the floor their : spirit! in this order of solitary confinement : will planet differcnfly next time. ;

,... big\* 11De.wn't BepalrinjtofIIarneiwSaddleis Stores ready to do all kind* of Ac.work attended in- T.1)IPA) AND CEDAR KEVS under favorable influences, develop into a I hearts wore as light; ns, angels, nil their inno- is more than death. A living: man is -An Ohio couple-4 recently. quarreled and' .:k":,t.'',., 1

to prompCJHe keep i on hand, a good rt fkLeather. valuable invention. lie confide it to his cent eyes would catch smiles of eneourajrc- there buried up in a silent sepulchre of stone, in the heat of the : :

> /Saadlea, Bridleii! j ART llarnej", Saddle THE U. S. MAIL STEAMER employer perhap, or to some one whose I I meut from year faces.I ;. OA if to bury his soul while breathing here his moment. the man packed /.} .
JJagt Girth ac. carpetbag and left the bouse-ore 'J
&inur8ircing1ca judgment he respects, and is met with i> rapid !I I You arc the author of the being of your another heart! does not beat, but a lonely he informed his as", ; ;

succession" of objections: : every diflicnlty i i-j I i j: childuurjlftt duty belongs to it and any I spirit torments i itself by a clash of passiww ftOm wife. At, a short dis :. ,.oJ I :

: ORANGE GROVE brought into so strong a light that his own :': Jlrrulthat will allow a f foreign; element to I I and faculties without aim or object. There! ten his.the OUSC he fou thathe. had "-': ,, ,.>'

r mind }begins to waver, and, unless) ; he bo. pole I.I enter his I heart and imbitter it against:! I his j I. the tongue is chained the eye fastened to the filled hacco-box.. lie ret. f,1 -"

ii ;+td of unusual: determination, the hole :|: uwa, commits a crime agiiiuat the laws of a i door, while doleful forebodings draw forth hi mouth with the U'ft1raJ- ...lII ,! :

'. iTTOTEL rJ:?. J. C<") CI-IRA thing, with whatever value attaches to it, i iI I j i! merciful God. Who! will protect the name the piercing sigh and the deep groan, till the I H.I.uen.l'e with kinder causin g him to look!'>Pi.'-<'=': ,: \\

> An. u now reopened for the reception Capt. JA3IIW: )[c1t.\Y. falls to the ground. Sometimes it is a moral i I i of a child if a parent will not, who dares to I. motion of a mouse would startle the culprit eyes, and in anoth! _-,'.', l

1 E lect board with elegantly furnished injury that results from this di.-eouraging :, censure the world for casting foul names of into dismal aflJ-o'j: The separation of man reconciliation had Lean ,._, ;
i eeted :
T ventilated, single or in rait, in Leaves Tampa for Cedar Ke-y, ri'a Manatee: ,every 'i that a :... .
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g+ r + ,Jightfal locatioM in the town. Sunday uxlThuiwlay.LeaVea pre eutatpon. lime unfortunate victim of slander upon a child, if the parent does it? I from his ow'MQQJg iis death and work can 1.'ar to I ovC'.uthan ,1.- *' ... ,

&miliebr transient boarders cano Cellar Keys for Tampa: cia Manatee tery some evil passion or vice desires! to free himself I t I To-night, if otio could see tho hearts of youth rapid desti;? .; c i '. 'oth soul I mss wife, wit Ir

{ >.: .. i at rerjr rcaaonable It L.CBAME&CO; price*.* Monday, Fare between and Friday.Tampa and Cedar Keye $&00.1 from its chains. Hard as the task must bleeding because a lather cruel words havecrushed and body.. "' >y : ,- --- -'

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rkf-THE SUNLAND !TRIBUNESI I our way." We recall the voice of those j The Ru&sian I loss: up to the 13th of December I mciit of Dr. Mcllvaiue having spoken disparagingly -! August Peterson 1! Loevengreen i Madsen *i

.. : long since silent, and may be, now their words was seventy-seven thousand six hundred : Tampa, and in a niuniier to'' have

:: i :CHARLES N., HAWKINS, Editor.. admonition and love echo in our hearts as and fifty-eight meu. i deter strangers from coming hero, we haven Rug It'\e: 10 inuorni, tKI4I tJ' that they pnt

JOHN' solemn warnings from the ,tomb, again admonishing The Servians have taken the field I the of visitors Practical Painter o"I.la} ( tXl.! I. W' lll'aQI:1,
: : 1 WALL, 31., !>., Associate actually authority numerous strangers i it.L4 anti, ', on "n .( t blow

; : us to do l better for the future. and occupy, the heights of Topolnitza and who could have no motive in misrepresenting ) ,. 11'1.I"In. ) t n'D Jt IIJ1tid
_ We think of those whom knew and loved :(; 1.1-\: \"1to: inform the citizen* of TJMI\W.\ i'! j t .! all .rTi5&rxAk
TATPA: FL A. :. we- Secanika, commanding Fort Mamor, near him. It is impossible for us to believe BI-and vicinitr that he i is now i>ix:| aretl tu do .. a<4 IlakL. ln SAl f"rtl : } ,

.. whose race'w run," and wonder on their Nisch. that these( parties wilfully lied on the Doctor. PAINTING in all iu hram-he-.-House, :Siijn.: \iCarI i't I ll.\Il-:.and al 1! M'r. I.i{ :fl: "n ue. hi"j is ato pr 1r. t

destiny and if we shall have intercourseand .. ,. r- ria>fv ami Ornamental: l'tintinHMiinin and j III..1 tu ii} _,'. of ni klhl lin
; SATURDAY ever Xor is this all ; during the last few winters t ] nItirin iIeuire them
,DEC. 22,, 1877. ,I\ 1'ajierhantrinir, having,: i'ractiiv l the trade for : ;*. nwil!! any. < .1i'ierIiu mar.
=-- ; sweet converge with them again. We The Present Outlook. we }have seen but t few strangers in Tampa but twenty >etr in.J-uI'I'I: ]>e an1 l America, He t-npurw t I Ito with 1 PAINTS. (5 l.\ 'lft all I :n.1.. .hal" ,

Official-Organ! for the 6th Judicial'f Circuit reflect on the vicisitudcs and fortunes of life, The present political status of affairs, as lint expressed themselves most agreeably I exwuu> all his work with lu-atiifsH: anti :aetimrnev.N |i i ( IAil.u I'ICTl'KK:: KUAMK.; : 1 > "
H. ( Srainini, Sicn ami Ornaimntal I'aintin 'atxialty. : n.NlUNCJSatHMblo ctal''t
= _ ; ,
and reminded of the uncertain and contrasted with that of this time -
a ,
with had heard
year .
; .. ----'- pre ago; disappointed Tampa, as they tq Workihwj in Ma-nmie Bnililing.T.inipa I 1i rate ( .

; .'Senator Eustis, Louisiana, has tak- carious nature of all human affairs ; and is one which} happily reminds us of the enduring the most: unfavorable repoits of the place at I\v. !<">, '"". lyr. .April} It 1s77.'w ,
; I :,,,' cI his.seat. in the U. S.. Senate. that if our lot U not as bad as that of others }jKitriotic self control of the great masses Cellar Key --- .:

___ .. .v-'" it is a metier not much of self of the American and of A. Einstein's Sons BENNERPINKNEY, i
.. en gratuliuion jwople" especially As to the Dr's. :actions a- Health Officer! ,

; .': : Congress adjourned on the 15th inst. and pri Je, as of gratitude to the Di. peiivr of that of the Democratic l'art' ).. Then it appeared we know nothing specifically, though it is

: ;.: to meet again on the 10th of Janna S SHIPPING{ AND COMMISSION MEECHANTS.
human We ,
events. should relive the consummation of
. 1':'" ) over as a great political well known that he WitS :accused in iris own WIIOI.KSAI.K: : I IIALI-S: : ix
i- :'''':'' : '"The Fcrnandina-- p-- pn.:'t in an ideal life", avoiding our past errors fraud in overthrowing tie expressed will town. of nil that: we charged agaiittt;; : him in NEW yoitxConi.gintmmeimts

S : Exprtw makes its and sins!, doing good and fulfilling our dutyto of the poopk', wnuM} precipitate the country t that respect.) However a* this is a matUr

, ;: :J > re-appearance with John. A. Whitney, editor. God and man, and then take the pattern into ciHrife:! and anarchy. The wiser: conservative that does not materially: l'Olll'eruB, we are BOOTS, SHOES & HATS, of, Cotton Solicited.UU .

V thus wrought in fancy a* our 'guide for the eoiiiiels: of the great l> mO<'mtil'I willing to apologize for having brought it before -
: General Hariau I '\'. \V. Wall!. fu.,of Tump*.
was i in t tu
sworn r-i
as associate future. Thus live for uoble :however and averted the :1tr" \
: cane a purpose party prevailed, the public) anSI retract what was: said on

t. ::: I justice of the U S. Supreme. court* ..on_ and make our names honored and our dire evils which threatened the length and that i>oiut. Wt> try to be careful in our Savannah, Ga. "-- --3t(

: :. the 10th iostA .. r },mr 1 memories respected. breadth of the land. It ii true a President statement of facts, and trust that the Dr., in Dec. 1 t-l'r.. iB.I: :IE1: : nCOIlJlisiou
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... $ .. r was inducted 1 into office whom the people did the role of Landlord will lie equally careful
"" ( ) W.M. C. Iuo\vx! JOHN r. .
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; WtSi :
i : of
: cargo' palmetto logs has been JBS?- The action'of the Board of Trustees not elect at the ballot boxes, and a precedent in the future, and should he "Jail to do this House 1

.,' :. hipped from Volusia, Fhv, to Cape Haytien, of the Internal Fund! in .
.. : thelsland Improvement re.gardto has been established which must ever we will recur to the, subject atiit.! Brown & SwingleyLAND OF
on of
Hayti. the grants of !land to the Gainesville every true patriot blush for the political degeneracy .
.:. I : and Charlotte's! llarlwr railroad! is of a character : of the Centennial era ; but nevertheless S. B. DOWNES& CO. j
SThere 3m EDITOR
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is'great distress at ft
:; Harpers to encourage the belief that the state his prudence, patriotism and respectfor : AGENTS
Since letter delegation
: last
our -
: Pen West Va. since my : ,
the late fiood. Hun-
'4 dreda of administration i is beginning to see some way constitutional law, by convincing the people has returned from Tallahassee exultant 189 Read Street N. Y.1'L i

:' persons are out employment. out cf the labyrinth of difficulties which that he had no part iu the perpetration
with The Governor at first
success. TAMPA, FLOII/)... 1'ihl. (.
i: have so long involved our Internal Improvement ., of the fraud, }have constrained the people, the )1Zt1kgm.4.
I@Senators Conkling and Gordon had advised! us to wait and have a legislative enactment -

f, .. 'pat in the Senate recently which, threatened a Fund. This i is! really encouraging to great masses, to accept him as the pacificatorof reorganizing our county. anew, but "TILl.'c: !-j 1>(,.('bI attention to all lm-ine Sou ..he.- l>l-OtlllCO,
the various railroad b l their haiuU in the! line of biiviti .
t enler prises uow contemplation the country. Instead of being the willing ]
;' for a time serious upon learning the deplorable condition of and selling I LOCATING I lLPML- i
consequences. ,
!,. ..j' however, the difficulty was adjusted satisfactorily and the tecessity of which is slave of the designing! men who foisted him our people, he became alike interested. lIe :STEAI: :: IEl.1.t:: : ; making tlril..fTTJ .A. SPCIAL.IT. .3
daily and LAN1 I>S, ,-.. Ain: HilMn>n>ngli and the ft<
lucoiuing more more apparent. into office against the popular will, as they \
said well did he know dear <
t aDd honorall/ to alII i arti-js. by experience, : .ninies. Sjiii.il refereuce given when iii'ciixeis: :
Especially do we regard this action of the believed would be the President has I uluintt **1icen
.. -- fully the miseries of life without office. By the i 40-tf. I:.\. -I\JK I-; )
r Board of Trustees of the highest! importanceto shown himself an honest, upright and patri- 1"11 -- W. W. W.YU., ,- Tampa. :
1i6J- The Turkish forces in Plevna under kind aid of all the State officers, who aj>- :

.-1 the' command Osman Pacha, undertook to the people; cf South :Florida, for if the otic citizen, and as such has brought to peared to have an experimental sympathy SCHEDULE OF THE HACK LINE JOHN JACKX, ) ',5.
q p
c. :' Board can do this fr( the Gainesville and nought the wicked machinations of those who j. c. VAxnKKirc. Manatee. '
cot; their way,out on the 10th, but a'Oer fiveJbours with us, we soon found in an old dilapidated
Charlotte's Harbor road, \ve do not see why floated into in the ebulitions of nirrwtKN rKnlUVK'llANK. Xew York. -
:: .: .'>' : of desperate: fighting failed and surren prominence !i I blue hack with the date ten nm off!: the only ::-luf. .
s it cannot be dune for the Tampa, Bartmr: sectional jealousies, hates: and disturbances.Theso ; .
} ? dered extant the le.iilttienactntC'nt -
_' unconditionally to the Russians. Os- copy : organizing ; -
i\\: ': man Pacha was.wounded in the foot. and St. tlobns road whose company is now I latter now turn on him in the fury of I I Okeechobec county with the following; Tampa and Fort Meade. I. HouseandLotForSale. J

II." : organizing As will be seen by the resolution their disappointment because his acts havetriplx'l.l boundaries to-wit : Cornering on a large .
certain conditions have to be compliedwith them of their masks of deniatfoguery G. I. T. Dziihii-ki&o. have sUrtcd a Hack I noon: x E101:1: : with :.; nll&n.
i1I- political -
Ie- Senator lake unknown northwestthence .
has the /JL !
Conkling been successful (name ) on Line from Ft. Mfule to ,Tainji. "hut-h tK'p.irt-i ami ..tlral,1 h.I .illh.t mt Morgan St. in the .
i in getting most of the President's New York and it is jut as fair to have this reservation : and exhibited them to the country running southeast along the main arrive n-jiwtivrly 8" !.I.-: r l 1"1,. "r1"III'II! t.. \\ W. \\al.! '(St,. for 't

L', Girtoni House nominations! rejected. The cf Ian made for the latter: coiiipany iu the r true light a* political di-tnrbers and channel of a cypress' slough to parallel thirty, Ix-ave. F.rt M,.:uK' t-v 1rv TucMl.iy )Morning nil! .__! _- __ 43---tf_ ; :
nrriv.at Tainp.i '< at
V following Democrats as for the former. So soon as the organization disvmbnists.: t In doing this the President, has north latitude thence due Kissimmec (\r..IIt.1L; 111'1.ln. FORAE. .
r went with the ultra east crossing" Tmll'( :i fVt-ry Tlnir-jl.iy inominsj ami! j I ;

j;<: ". anti-administrationUts; ; Messrs. Eaton, D n- of the company of the Tampa, Bartow. I laid the whole country under the deepest ob river at the second bend 1 below FortBassingvr arrive at Ft. ).Iii.e! every Friil.iv! l'\'l'nil I '
and St. Johns road i U effected., it will becozue li\tf I ISill.irs i i-i the flc for a singleIWW-H.ngvr an l tract Inmlon. the we-t Me cf /
nil : nnd has in 'VVALt'ARLK 1
: Wjthe and ligation:*, accomplished more securing then after the
Maxcy. Messrs.! Burnside, : ; pa: :ing tightetumile I HK IU. of %iia Riw.Taiaju A .: J..I.n., }' known *h. '
;, = tChristiancy, Cocover, Daves, Hoar and the duty of the proper officers! of the road: to {I an enduring perpetuity of the union saw gra-:s and an impassable; morasscorners ',, :1'Ih.; :: tf. John IA'\'U" j z.!!' l'r |iarliul.ir:!:*, 3l.l| | /!Iy, tt, :

re'- : 'Matthew, Republicans, voted with the Democrats obtain fro-n the Board of Trustees tlie anrne: than could have: been done by )Ir. Tilden. in a bonnet lake about seventy miles ---- \.1,. Wil.! 11"ll'a Fl.i.- -. -- tf. j '\

;. :- to sustain the PresidentS& privileges and rights which i( has extendedto Had Mr.[ Tildeu been quietly) !seated in the we.-t of> Indian river Inlet. TIu:nee f"llowillg; JSJ"otice.SIX (Jl-diluuee : ; :; : : I" :1
iL:. ., : ,, I:; r the Gainesville cu-1 Charlotte's Harbor Presidential chair, the Republican party parallel eighty; west l-mgtitudo: due south MONThS afu-nlaU'l. will j-n-sent my aoami BK 1 IT OKIt! VINii: > 1-v the No.2-j' > .j

/, : ; Hon. E. H. M. Davidson road. The next legislature cannot fail, except would( still have remained cry,.ttlizrd: a" a through ilLlp L-\l.le. everglades, ann! unexplored ) : voiu-lur to hit I Ion. !I.: M.! Hrh:11: L TOWI of Tainju.! Thai il :-haU m>t l>.e LurfiJ' / ".
: presented eheer do County Jiulgo' (' 111f.r final MttkiiKtit fr the ownuN .f illor! ntaniifjot'irtT in tU j jnUH ,
through stupidity, to somethingin "fItat' any *
unit with nil its sectional hate and bitterness
: the joint resolution of the regions to the extreme southern coat.Ami .
: Florida legislature of the itati' \Villi.ini ( ; h.;!Ux-il an-l a-k T.\\n t.) ntb.w tll :l.IIIIli"n .'fuaw-uIui.: 'Ill' .
t :: : asking a $50,000 .appropriation for the improvement the way settling our Internal Improvement .' intensified by pointing to his administration passing down the main chain of lacy, it t tit IKV ili 1 difficulties, and thus promote the material the restoration of Southern domination. I II. HCarlton.Agent : ,hut thnt :11 jK'r-oiiH in.ikin; *'>w.1".1 l <'htj", or shjr v': I{
; ii! of the channel l leading into the as a includes all the land from Long: Island I to for 1:. .\. Carlt.ni, .\t"_' inj'.ut.Nov.2lili in'-.... rits: the-snine .l-e l>:.tn,il l IT i-iirrWi1. '

l:; -. .. mouth of the Hillsborough river<< at Tampa, and developmental iuterest: of the As it i*, however the people at the South Fat deer Key\: thence! duo( north aeroFlori, 1 1x77* ..ti-l.imv..-r'I'.w n,.t lit.an! -I \' nti'v Ur .ihlStc ihv t ';
State The is the resolution ---- h f t ;
1 14 f:' : in i the House of Representatives on ,the 10th following : perceive that a good man and a true patriot da Hay stiiking the mainland at range line : "n'\n.!. It sh.itl rut l.iufulVv! r ..-*:r.r t

't.t :' : '.-. inst We feel convinced that the entire Jicsolccd, That whenever t'-e Gainesville, can be a Republican ; and the jK-opl at the} tW'ut-c\'en east and following said range;; John De Wolf, mntn.mgt-r: ; sfiii: of the niiilor is-in ifjitiritfti any 'f
Ocala: and Charlotte Harbor Railroad Company ,aiil.! ..l! x -il :iw (::11-u,
North their to the | any dlil.t.r thavipinthe '
are having: opened! line due north uiisurveyed and
Florida delegation! in ; ryes through;; ::\ .
Congress wide I Ilill-loroiiil.I : .
/ aro : shall file a plat of their route to Tampa: I KiviT r to |1.buy I -:iiJawl 'l
awake fact that a jieople who dared to imperil their unexplored regions pacing\ Sam .T' ''. KALEt IN .l,i-t, orlnvin tl], k
.&; i { to the interests of their state, and we and Charlotte Harbor, the latuls! of the Internal ; near : .hit.. on > ",: .Ktidsrrr
r all on the of battle il\ gigantic: war Town and when after wi>t-nv thi ":'It cr.n li vt.-l.c-l into ,.:Ii.] riv,tlh '_
(. have' the assurances of IIun@ Me-ssri<< David- I Improvement Fund: lying -.Tithiu MX: wager : I[ Hlly: 114)wIcgs lauding, : "-. :"iT.: TIU o\ litror lnana.vr; of or \

: \ \ .. .eon and Conover that they will exert themselves miles on each side of the route, nut! embraced of tour years duration, are worthy of their : croft-ing; innumerable rivers, )lakt-s and : \\<1mp-s ORANGES. ,ninniif.trtoii.-: tl.r -"i,l Town tha'. .atr :11, .

t \ to the utmost and in the odd numbered sections, will he reserved confidence: and respect. Thus we see; then, I it roaches said lake (name unknown) at .hll.nl\.jl.| "|..irk vxwr! .i; h"r. for tllil.tl.h""f.W- ",
.1st by no means overlook ,t:u .,'r ,. rLai! t.iki- \
for sale for six months and if the dlil.lj -wot!
1:! at that there are certain elements in Prttienihayes' | place! of I boginniiiir., :Such i* O ccd.JIlCo; iUjin-( : ( : r.vinr..rf ne- .
I section. lion hi..ill! .
/- : our It is thought that our hart end of that period 1 said ball have ( ) r-. l.I'III' a- |1..n'H'h all Ibu l; IT .frrori'i.n.inj \ _
t 1 i bor can be better improved in another manner constructed t'venty miles of said road, and administration( tending to produce reconciliation j I county, with boundary enough) to give I itidentity __ __ __ _-{::t.s.___. .;;4).ob! or LuiMinjiimUr o\'\-r-"t, : (1..1.,1.y 4.f uit I. ,4-4-" _-'-'--------:,, ,;
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than made thereof this Board said l lumls!, nnd fraternity \u II it'll0111..I have in !state, mull territory enough( } i for ., :
by deepening the channel and at proof any C. R. POST TI.M Or.linir.ohai: !! <' r f.tnv an.! ,.f; ..t {.uuI.i

t r3 much less cost with a more permanent result, shall be reserved until the next meeting: of been lacking ill\ Democratic regime; ; and I j! any purpose. True it i i" narrow, but what i it 811.! ;if-r ill- -v.iitii.tK .uv *.f I K.s.vRlt r _\. I It. ':.1:

t- and if in the opinion: of competent engineers the Legislature for the.. .action.. of that I lxly) consequently: in view of all the facts; it does) lackin longitud.% it make up in! latitude, Suieyr-.r t- I'u"T.'c 1ltflV, \ 1>77.PavHil I 1 '-y ihtTiiwn <'..usm', of the; T.11f TamJKI -:

t .12 this should be BO,.it might be well for them appear as if the band of destinyi manifest t giving t"fl.atLridr> of climate as well a? : tl.c! 'l'.h. ..l.iv: "I Xo-.tmU .\. I>. 1>77.Atltst -
Latest :>c\vs. iu thc direction of national affair.: for the .1'1\1 !r.m.
: soil and inhabitant*. But its favorable GKROCERAND
11101 ;i
to : .
\\7 try to get an appropriation to improve our ....... I \ T.wnCak.: A|.' >\-(-l,
f harbor facilities without its having to be From Savannah : New good of the people. Truly may we all be 1 !!. )point, is its criminal I :L..I\\lLtaI'\; 1 beingo Tin-. I:: J.\.-KS<(\ .
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e thankful when we look at the present: nnd I and crooked it would bj : PRATER IX }I.' 'l.r.
: ,. specifically applied to deepening the channel. narrow: as impossblo ; X1.7tt.THEPEOPLSPAPERT: .'
DEC. 14. Mr. and his
; t. In lacthS'coo-tcmplatal improvement could Hayes: Secretary contrast it with a year ngo.COMMUNICATED.. for a shcril! to chase a culprit irom one -. -- %

F i. .. be made means. .of deepening the channel of State, it is said, are indignant: at the defeat end of the county to the other without juni) Western Produce I'I
: the Executive sustained in the matter of the L ,,
u- : .by forcing the whole outflowing current into : New York Custom House nominations.The [ .] ing on"l: as for to walk a telegraph wire :'cro-s I

channel, and thus would; unexceptional I Senate Pacific Railroad Committee; ILANI:: ) Housr, CKD.U KIYH\: : the gulf on a dark night with a dim lantern. 91 & 93 MAGAZINE STREET, ; :. ;

I waterfccilitie* be secured at a moderate cost. j referred December 11th 18;;. We regard thi as its most inviting: point temrmigrition. -"
: the Texas Pacific Ilailroad bills to .
a -
., Our titixen ftre taking steps to present this 1 sub-committee composed of Matthews, Lamar, EDS. Sl' I.U Tr.IHt'NK, : :Surely:: such advantages) : will NEW ORLEANS, LA. A LIVE FLORIDA PAPER f.
matter to,themal-au-arly day. / Gcntle'iucn;, not be overlooked by pleasure! seekers amiexplorers. ..1.1I
f :>;
Dorsey, Saunders aud BarnuiM, which is regarded
.4. vii Had our county been discoveredj -- ---- --
u. am surprisedand I tf.Florida
:. as favorable to tb S h : 9&... Self-confidence is,a primary element In the'House grieved to see in your paper: of the 8th I j in time no doubt but William Tweed would Land
Patterson, Democrat, wa ,
a most wante nnd unprovoked' attack have remained in Florida.
i .::1. ,..p to'success: ;whether of the individual or of a :
seated as a Representative from Colorado. me, ns unjust as it w untrue. There is I SUN
: in all The upon :: Yours in hope of lIliil'c.GI.tUL 'THE AND PRESS
tr"community, uudeitakiogs. man t The )Democratic caucus of both bouses of not in the whole article from beginning to
r : :. : who is diffident and distrustful of his ; : : Cl' .sl.sll. ANDEmigration
; own titC California Legislature end a :single statement that i is m t an nlolutc

: J;} ,4;,."v ability to accomplish results which it is: pus- night iu balloting were for engagedWednesday United.1 and mitigated fas lsootl. ThatIU., with! -.- ul.li-litil: at J.('k.'1')M.'inhiv.ie!! iv.rvmorninp at ; / t.WIt

: "- lible for others to attain, is never likely to States Senator. Three ballots had whom 1 have maintained 1 the kindest relations t ,' The December) number of thc S..mTrflra ,, ;-
were aud lor both of whom I helltcr.
t':;: _, achieve much: Difficulties which, as a whole, without 'result. : ; l is on our table.us an indication s.ooY.E'n
: tained feelings of perfect amity should. .I lend Agency.No. : : ,
: .
'_ }, .. : appear insuperable may be overcome with yourselves" to the of such of our appreciation of Ihi.'aluahlc magazine ) -L "
p 9 jwrpctration nn
: fcihity; if 'taken: one at a time and encountered Dfc. 15.-The Chinese question was made outrage; excites in me the most jtrnjoiind/ an we heartily endorse the following from .

i: with energy and determ l.n.L on. It i is the subject! of discussion in the Cabinet yesterday toni. 'iincnt and regret. It i i" a 'fact that will I the !Publisher's! Department : CHEAPEST DAILY IN THE SOUTH I I'

this combination of eelf-confidence and ener- and l it ii thought that Mr. Hayes will be vouched .for by many that I have ris i ed ,
"Tjn SI.m-Trol'tl'\I. i is
: : essentially : 19 Place
that constitutes the American a special message to Congress on the no opportunity to; impress; upon ]>eiM) >:n seeking magazine ; University : TiE I'S ,\MI I'uKs: i i.t'nnnlr! morning : 1
gy Pluck"s health Ullllpl'a"lIre, the advantages of t fur the South. It designs especially to l'iil'li-lnil in Ft.ri.tI. ami 1 the .nly .. :.>, .apr .
Our Mexican relations also 1
; which has accomplished so much in North subject. were Tampa as a winter residence. I have repeated labor for the de\cloprmnt, maintenance amiprotection ihi- .\--,. ,. In.. I>'i-1.utdit-;( : -,. It ttmtaiiut( all .
America in centuries and talked over, and necessity of early actiou in IKMat! ...iji.l ,' IIW", the innrki-K ,
two a half. It Li: : again) and again: remarks made tome of :Southern industrial and I wlrtr. rI"r.11"
rumimmuere.ts New iii l
: this self-confidence this self-reliance that reference to the recognition of the Diaz government hpl'r"ous returning from Tampa, that thcv York. iy h.I.'rnl.h.| u vuruof: : -tii: ,' ,dt.tl.l ar. ..,
to supply a leliable medium of iutercour.e :- I,Iii.' l lil.riil.$ ":i '.lrr,1 t 'j.i j iLs>, ,1.1 jH in verr ..
makes the military hero, and lifts men to expressed.Conklig regard it ns the most (leimllep"t" in Florida between the planters, gardeners anti Ciirrf jx>n'U-nfe N noIiuUtl with partkownin way ju--t ,",h a I Io'l'r a.the |...|.!Itf t.f FI"ri.want,
as a home ft-r the winter months. I have
of honor and If has won his second! victory over t1u-irahlc- I I..au't ,. :3ia.' Ii
!S, positions trust. one: not.have invariably represented it to strangers n-, possessing i- fruit growers of the varioii: sections of our ,-- tl 'Il :;. .
the administration. His friends have electeda .
e *i confidence in himself grapple with advantage over Cvdar: Keys\: for invalids State:: to furnish an attractive and reliable Ho For Tampa Bay I THE WEEKLY SUN AND PRESS

i great affaire and suraount all barriers to success nominating committee of the Union League from its freedom from exp,, ure to the inducement' for those who II II I
contemplate: removing 1a II irt
Cbb of New York over the ticket northers and.! its t'lra : J..JKT, neatlv 'rintel.
presented more southern latitude.
% can people be blamed for taking him : I ami l with
their homes intirv-im' ;; rl"h '
: : present to come to our Tiiatter. 'Jt u
%7-. %_ at his own estimation himself and withholding by the friends of the administration. Ex- And in no single instance have I rver discouraged : Orange Grove Hotel far. the heafc-t tie' -i.in.T| |Mibiht\! iu the State.by '
land and
--- confidence Governor Morgan heads: the successful; ticket. any one.from visiting the place. sunny to uu-\\'er the many question .. Oulv. 'J.Jtl.( II'r *VAfT .tSJLLi- -* _"-_
.-. their in him? What is This ought to be believed of me, from the about Florida! arising from all: quarter I, Til'; :lX A,N I> l' ....l()1Jk.'nit.\ ,

true of the individual la equally true of communities Frenchmen I gin to breathe freely again! fact that it i is obviously! my intercut to havepeople 'f11 1: .aU-'I'aOI'I\I.: doe 1 *, not propose tll(: TAJPA Fh.ri.la 1 _

; 1 a' ; a where. the latter are eclf-confi- the crisis has been dissolved!, and the Dufaure: go to Tampa.. '(*.:st.) IVoplc who go Juror one locality more than another but will FLORIDA -. -

; \ dent and self-reliant in their undertakings [inhtry'M gazetted yesterday. The majority there almost always return this way. ((2d,) I won k for the interests of all by showing! their II. L. CR..Xl t' (:(1.. 1'roprit-tor*. THE S U : '
hotu3 i is suited for
of the My not
Conservative: entirelyapprove a permanent I -- .
and is
\ enterprises success, always of the Cabinet prolonged stay for the invalid} class;; aud i swell j true advantages: and disadvantage. Its success ( 1878.. NEW YORK.: -sis:
I It this whicb'is ]known in such communities new and congratulate 1 rtnovatnlaml! i i. i -- _
u filial with transient custom, which I isnw'e has: thus 'far l>eeii, indicated by numerou 1- ; II'I".n thoroughly < now t.t'n i -
.- u "- vim/' "life.." It makes business the country on the termination of the struggle profitable.I I' < r\.li.n of Northern Visitor*. I A.t.l! ain\:t.l.rladu.: fr the n-newal ..f "
testimonials of ,
the'pr &! anti the public ', ( 1b
coming .
j wIi. lnnlat winu-r
\ I wire ililiglutcil .rilti.n TiE iu
!lively] the people prosperous and the country have been at cme pains; to trace, the from all of the \1 ,.juI\.1 1 I ,, .."lt r"IiI.1. :1.1
,: parts country, but it needs TUN l"I'llit! i j' rt''IIn.ll.1! TV- i :J.in a Camuslidate 1
t progressive. It? encourages a spirit: of DEC. 17.-In the composition of the committee i probable origin pf these repor's, and }have a itilllllore substantial of its sort for InvalitlN : .. n.: for their l"t\.i.I'rali.n "n.I u.tI..ftni. l1'.n i.rl'J
recognition orxi! f.r the '
discovered that they come from who\ merits |( jia-t Un \carit rv.au ; _
enterprise to do and attempt things which of the Senate fr( the investigation of have persons by having the name of iiiutercUed .) pains "il! l i.e !j'iriil to i.iake (;iiist': fitl 1 at of the.heartyvinim'thT! an.l 1.r"flinlant"< t
never stopped with me, nod to whom I t' every \ : homo ) KtnerniM c<.M>llr3ti"Q
the old have' faith in and call foolishness the border troubles alll'l.mfrlah I|j I "hlh }have-hitherto 1..1 vxtuuleto! t
Democrats in it
fogies no the Senate: have never fj>okcu. These JKMSOIIS: have [ in the progressive development of Tanuj.a: n.i.. Nov. 17th Is77. 6ia i quarter the I nivii. from ever.
i .1
; humbug. ,Individually and collectively and administrative Republicans! have been doubtless retailed nt second baud what they the :outh upon its subscription list; and by I!'I Th.I)ai)' Sun i i.a f.itr i-a-f-.Iiect of S o.l
? let us cultivate! self-confident-- It j is ignored, and much feeling is expressed in heard from interested parties t>t Cedar Keys, j I baviugvthc }hearty co-ojwration of every true Scaled Proposals I imw,, i Iril liy mail! ).) ('-nt" a month, or $(J.Kit
and hence the
which have |i.r
:j cropping out in South Florida already-let Democratic, ta also in administration circles, reports you so j Southerner. We to make Tih The": e-Iition of
eagerly !;Ci7.etl'I'O[) as a pretext for assailing: propose : Sunday THE Sex i i.. an eieht
its growth be encouraged. in regard to the pick? rp of faid .committee: my character and reputation. j SEMI-TROPICAL', more attractive anti valua- : WILL! mrivwl hy the lurk uf the Town I I Iachl".t ,.f,$> o'uuuun.t. While Kmn>r the newn

; p I wh'ch; is: raid to be corapoied of five Ccnkling The charge of imperilling tie! beshii of the j I. hilts than ever'before, during the coming _rear I iXix-mWr n-xt at for his the ot'lice t..r.ti"I until of a the Mark't.">,lh day HOIKO cf I,'',, l tI! nu-.ci.amount!llv of liurary -

:' Once more we find ourselves at the I Republicans and two f nkling1 Democrats. city by allowing unsafe ]l'er&ons to romo i in -yes: and to make it a necessity to : on the market .IUr.. :, it. fIl: ::1\\ ix Iua4 md wih I'r''an-
: rlat ,
closeof another year don the threshold of The Senatorial: contest in California ha: i on the trains for the sake of patronage;; 1',' successful; settler in Florid ." every I H.t'r. will .t.u.the" !h'.i..t mmiK'r of year* fur '' 10..t 1.oi'L *) t. UaYtar. uC'
I racde the subject of enquiry: by the board of '"--j ( will Imild niid larIt IHMI-H', for; all the ,I I Time Weekly Sun. ,
j newr.q% is not yet been concluded, but ba!,'been narvovrtd ;-- :' health before whom I proven! its utUr fiisiiy j: ;i- i ..._'.. -{I I"ll_ or rnt terived! (rout ah.! xllle. Tlii) Town 'i iCouncil l Who II.! *** not know TiE St-x* nn.lautlin.u.jh.mtthe I j
the" withdrawal of the ofRjiand. I. rtrvins luC right to fix: the rentor lea..t 4. WEEKLY (ir-
; down by name )
Pu riiic and it its; (quietas this uit\. | I
gave l'Omm : teanaUyond. { \
-The lnitlIL'II
J assignment of Senator Jones, of-f fI .1'In.31.1 fl[>(,' 'itk:1iun": (i-aa l he mt-n at the Tuwnl1rk'1Il.tl't. !I Niuicty' anatlas.
Lthsskouid always be a eea- Allow me la conclusion to suggest that as Florida tha) Committee JI:11 FULu..* I I fstsilhi.greet i it..
to 6u Naval Affair wtlcome paRes w lr.! nn.1 regard in ,
WV solemn reflection It b definitely stated that the circular of public journalist' you Gught to be vry sure 36Im. Town ( lt k. I I3STotice. I guui I l., 4thmn.t Itor, and friend. IN I the tight of
and of> : Is gratifying not the Senator but nc"
;x- on of facts before make : : only to I to S editorial, ,
your > !. and
you a
npcr ; 'lhlra
in mediation dispatched I litunirydeiartiu..nt.
the Porte to
regard : vras -
back it
$ and the future. In looking the vehicle:: of attacks upon private charac his friends. He will be able more fully I to |I wntwllr! a journal rur the fatuity and. th ilT

s \LJ- we call up many reminiscences at.the instance! cf England. ters. Resoectfullv, exercise: a statesmanlike judgment R.i to the ** I' T.niw: One Dollar a sear, p.Vvid. "Thi;
shadows Russia desires Turkey to negotiate for'peace R./II. )ldLY.\I I-;, A 1'KKSONS ha\ing! cl.iiiix! a ain-t! thee 4- I |.nv, 'llhty) t"Jl\IItI'Id.! makw it' l!ri
the of the
across wants of the South ]
lie,,. Nf? plsasnre people particularly! I 1 ':tIt (f Zor.u J. Curry, 1 iKx-M. will ; m-w-| 'I.ro\l.1..Jll.l.| ) For clubs ,< .
of the with
Island \
House.As .
and int.i mediation Proprietor .rtlt $10h.
."" '?*fer a short time, perhapc, we directly, ; ;(jat of Georgia and Florida, whose. increased i them duly authenticnt.-! to the tm.ltr"iltl! withintwo I II I.- I extra (t.r (nile that r

L- P ing dup to thefaocV would only make tv <:'/nardcr. an act of courtesy and fairncs* to Dr. commercial: pro-perity" he has much at heart\. i year*, or thi!< nutir wi U Ill'all in bar .Lit4their PlaIlIIR: _: OF. 111UX. hcdlentk City-

-. .Tbf'? \\q\ Capt. Brown on Mcllvaiue, of Cedar.K y, we-publish his! letter I -Er. ( 'are }wrrhv rcoivery notifu-J; 3n.llofn i l !aid ttatt ------ -- ne\
to forward Now
'" 1V --- come and nettle u''P| Lj; the time to advertL .
.,',r.,;-! ; ,secures to C- It. in refutation of charges which we prd r- -_- = I with the undcrsijnunl.x la. ;
j cd him a-short time since. WILLIAM ALDERMAX : July 2.u
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z FHE SUNLAND TRIBUNE. 1 B>. Capt. Sweat's well-known Oyster -Mr. John Geiger, living in the lower I I su..l)1islCd ill 1848. u. s. MA.IL: ,: '., :

I House at the foot Franklin St. is served part of Hernando county near the county .j

: *' TAMPA, DEC. with fresh oysters from the bar daily. They line between that county and Hillsborougb, I -

i -- ._ 22,1877. are prepared in every style, with such accompaniments was killed on the night of the 18th inst. t C. L. FRIEBELE, *
--- ;
; ---- as oyster lovers may desire. He <. d
Methodist Church. FruitGrower.ssodation -
f" solicits the patronage of his friends in town L .

' PREACHING Every Sabbath at 11 A- M & | and 'ountrr.-.fdr. 36. tf the 3d 1 of January. 'SVlkolet4Ll( Ac n.ctailDEALEHIS ) :, ,- '. ... .,
7PM. tQr The Post Office ha. been removed J to M
I -Mr. Irvin HarrL-, of Fox Town, Polk
SABBATH Scnooi. at :3 P M. the Mobley house on Washington street.Let .
PRATER MEETING: county, brought in 0113 d.iy this week a cluster .1
: .14
Every Tuesday night. ,' 1jj
J. J. SEALLV, Pastor. i'l; of fourteen grapefruit: as closely packed 1fin l V&L'' the project( of building n railway ," ., .

-; = -- -- the cjctrrciity of A single; limb as.it w; sI'Oaihle to deep water be looked at by our ,'e.N..1! own- Assorted Merchandise.Corner -),L ;;:, ;

t Regulation iu force in the Post--Office-, I for them to he arranged. cis and! shippers in contru-t with our presetltmeans L '"<'". .

Tampa, Flo. from: Nov. 20th 1877. Mr. \V.-J. )-Iorr-lon and family! of of shipping, as regards co?. It apptaia v 7t

Mail from to that the cost of the lighteN [ Franklin & Wahingt treetsl]
.. .I Cedarkeys arriveThar&ASugy.. 6r.x, Alton III., now plopping! at the Tampa Hotel us necessary ? .
t 44 C Manatee k .. 6 F.X. ill remain here during the winter. and their crews to reach vessels at the anchorage SEMI-WEEKLY SERVICE. 1

.. .. Gaine..ille Th nd diy 8. .x. for one or two would} } amountto TAMPA FLA. -: .,,_ ., r
.. Water Smrfav, 6 r.x. :s.. Sheep do well in thi* county as isproven years
Peace Creek Wed.,d Saturday 12 x. the cost of building the road. With tbiimpro'cluent
e 44 Pioe11. by the flocks of Messrs. George W, .
Wtdh:&tllrda. 4 r.x. Makes New TO .
the big i island would become a DepartureWITH \
Mall.. for.. Cedar Ken close Friday & 1u AM. Knight and E. H. Sparkman, of Cork. Mr.
Manatee A CAM the site of numerous saw mills within a short 1 1a
4' 4' Gainesville Knight tad us that hU'shecp; do remarkably
Friday 1 10Ai-M.
411 time, and especially would this be the cacso
ClVater" Frida.A.f.. well.
t & Peace Creek Suodar 4 \Ved.12 M. soon as the interior i is i penetrated by the CEDAR KEYS TAMPA AND

*.,..w C The CMioe III PineUu will be open for" Tut'll.the delivery,& Friday of G mail A.M. B3X. Strangers are much truck 'With the railroad. Let our citizens represent the factsto Xew Store anil Xew Goods. .\ jj jjll

feon B A. iL to 1 P JL and from 2 to Of,M cverv flower yards of Tampa at this: season of the our congressmen so that an appropriation t

excrpt Sandjy9' undan, from V to 10.\\f. year. The idea of sting rotes and other may be obtained for the improvement of our :{. 1
; When Steamer1 mail arrive Luc die office will : BODY that doss their Trading in Tam KEY WEST.r ,
flowers late in December, u quite a nov harfjor facilities in such be EVERY
be manner as
opened may
one .after the man U distributed l, i> invited tll call and l I.c iinprcsncu with the .
provided! that it Ie I not later thaw 9 o'clock I*. 31. elty. thought most feasible by a competent engineer tindiniable fact that for the Fall and Whiter business i- -
TIle Morn, OBDIB OFFICE will be cUd and bunt : t.
prompt I have the mont complete, cheapest
ly oa Thumb. at" 1. Mand. on Saturday at 50O.OOO CHANGES WANTED !! and nut specifically for improving the Stuck 1.((Juod applicable! to the wants of the people .

:-H- :Y.li.ill.- The highest cash price paid l by J. & T channel. which I lr"ltOtot"] to otter at such price a* will :O.Y sr.rEAlUERS
be absolutely necewarr Jo adhere strictly K"IM..lr.--Iw. give entire satisfaction to all who may favor me! 1
,1' to thee, reguUUon.the I, M. lu rt-portu Ac. to {. with their patronage. My Stock i i" large and carefully -
make, which require it. An I litre ofW every fa- -- SnHf DJUTII.-h C. (IKIIN: : <;KK: selected l, xii-i-tinj: of almost anytliinj;' and .
Iin. Xeve and Jensen have HENDERSON. t
"'F recently LIZZIE
: cility to the community Iraamu-t their LU..IIM- aged about :1" years, single, and a nephew ofMr. everything; ) u..uIIIc.llllt! in a first cls.n well regulated '
t" : with the office/ hope no ope will ak me to do more. received a new lot of jewelry and silver C. L. Friebele, was found dead in LL.Jon ".tt'fl't and! I propose to j give rush vtti4aetion in a i
T1IOMAS .\. c.\UutTU, ware. They are also continually receivingnew my dealing :t* will meet with favor among the btiy- Leave Cedar KevTU.ESDAY for Key WVt.Arrive Leave Cedar Ke>* SATURDAY for Key West f
the morning of the ]14th. Mu-Gni-ixoKU: [ injr commimity. l on't hi>itate to ak if there i i" at Key Wet uR-TUCH..U.\Y. Arrive at Key \\\.. on MONDAY.Leae i

l. TUII.-, Fla., Dec. 1, '77,. and froh drugs.; Dr. Xeve is: getting had been suffering with of brain am tiling else \oti would like to hook at when von Leave Key \\\..- THURSDAY: for Cedar Key*, Key We, ..MONDAY,) for (Vdar Keys -
-.r- up a fine collection of Florida curiosi symptoms think you have done trading; with inc. :Selling: .\rrh-ellth'JarKl.'vllllli SATURDAY.; .\\'eat'"t"tlarht'\: \* on WEDNESDAY; :} :
disease for the last few months though he pHul-it* my lni-inei and in making sales know" Leave Cedar Keyon; SATURDAY for Tampa! LtImC..lar Key WEDNESDAY: : for Tampa, l

t.: A. F & .1\... Y. 1 I.fit. tie!!. was!! moot& of the time up and going about at- that rl ll>vlinJJ them i is, IartIf my bn-iness. Arrive at Tampa on :SUNDAY. Arrive at Tampa on TIIUl:"DAY. r
Leave Tampa MONDAY f fin Cedar !Key, Leave Tamjia FRIDAY for Cedar I Keys,
-At the public meeting of the citizensin tending to his usual buMiiesand l'o"'sequent If ou don't soo what you want ask for it, Arrive at ('...,).If Keys on TUESDAY.;!) Arrive :Cedar Keys on SATURDAY.boar :. j ,.

HUIsborough Lodge No. 25. the Court House on Thursday night, called ly I his sudden demise was wholly unexpected.An e
and I it will be fhown. with pleasure and with no ill
:1 f?: '* Regular" Cowtottuicmtions of thin it to take action as to ctrtain contemplated RUt p.| y was made and revealed extensive:! feeling if yon do not purchat to-day.: 1 want my For Freight or Palace (having excellent: accommodation: ') apply to the Captains on' '. I

{ Lodge Ore held m- the Masonic: HB J enterprise, the meeting; agreed on the preliminary disease of the right hemisphere of the brain. I, 1 pain: nit U/fetl that it i* a pleasure to trade at mypure. ,1.! i' MILLER & HENDERSON. J
;' : laU t|ie,first and Third Mondayeach Dec.l-tf. Tampa .t
\t tigkin month. *-tj>s to b j taken, and we look for things Mit. (iKisiNOKU[ : was a steady, industrious :v

: Brctlren in good l standing iu their Lodges I I to take a definite shape l in a short, time. young gentleman and had been living herewith Terms. Cash. _, /
Xr y -+- -- .
are ftafcrnallr invited to aiu-nd. his uncle fur the lat two years, during '
r. B3X. Since the orange season openetl! the
:.rte \V. Vl. 1V"'ALL, \V. li. of fromTampa which time he had made many warm Hijihe-t; marktt iiriiti" |paid: Gr Country Produce. CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES
average weekly hipments oranges
JAMES X. HOOKER, Secretary. friend, dime aunt C
has been At the < C. L. FRIEBELE.
300 crate present Kt. i a-tf.:

t '- i. o. o or.Ouriuthoriied -- --- -.-- "be had at tlie Leslie Store \ '.f
:-. \ average is about >0<) crati-s i jx>r week, and THEScientific: ,

: on the incnase. That >bows what our soil

44 REGULAR. MEETING every i. and climate can do. American. NEW GOODS CHBA.F: FOR CASH.

Iriday Acting, TJ I o'clock at DE9u 1'erns looking for homes in this section t
f be Mosofe. Hall. 'who want good lands, should go into tineeastern OUR STOCK: CONSISTS OF '. i 't

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!l, -
part of this county, and into Polk THIRTY-THIRD YEAR. CORN, TEA, BUTTER- ':-J
U. 8.o '
," and Hcruand" counties.' 1>,,u't judge the interior FLOUR: MEAL.: OIL. I' '
.' Ii- agents: are :_ I by uhat !is to be seen about Tumpa. THE MOST POPULAR SCIENTIFIC PAPER IN LARD. }'()TTOE.' CANNED FRUIT PBOkCII

Et C. LIXitchell: and S. M. SparkraanEsq.'it Splendid lands convenient to water transportation :J:. A. CT..AnKE: met HAMS: ONIONS SOAP COUNTRY ',--'J.

For lleJU1e ; Maj. N. fi. lilount at are to 1n; found in Manatee. THE WORLD. COFFEE: TA RCH. .

I Bartw ; Mew, Benj F. Harris and J. (Y rlr Mr. 11. Muggc-a first clan; jewelleran Only $:),_0 a Year, including Postage.Weekly SUGAR ., CANDLES.Etc. Etc., : Etc. '

/ Vanderipe atHanatee ; Mr. ToO Sweat at be found at .lr. \\'nlJ'otorl', where he I Number- a Year. 4OOO DKALEK IN t "
e I Also fresh Beef the oU SunilavTampa
t ti Cork ; Mr. ADX'onlcLofl': the Alafia, and null do glNIc d! honest work in his line on the book pages.: j.fi at stand every morning except r 'Mi '
oiiable June 20th tf.Jr,1. Oct. 13th-I '. W. P. HENDERSON? & CO.;
: \
., +triDcr: at J3ronktrille.I nii->t rev.-> : term }
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.. : t J"1 fD VICINITY. ;<. Trade is bri-k, and we notice manypeople .TIIK: i SCIENTIFIC .\ nluc: ;.,... M a large Fir-t Cl.icckly ** Assorted Merchandise, .
\\ Newy|alter| of cixtvt'ti i>:ige., printed in the r
1"1 :.--- coming to Tampa to trade frum the ,,
: ; ni at 1'.11.14 adjoining; counties of Polk ud Heruando. : : fl'l'r''l'lIlIn| the ncwc,.t J nvcnttuns and BENJAMIN &; PARCELL ,
the! nUt; fl'l'l.'lIt.1 rIm""* ill :I.l'rl" and :Suineot
'I' ;
()':':irki-.s !plentiful. 1'h:re i' no doubt about 'I'ampa becomingllj incln,lingtoehauie"'t amLEnguteerng; Stelur Ell': {nt 1ltr.'hit/fotd'.1Itu! 'ioat Streets STA.TEAGKEHSTTS FOR TIKE: SALE OF THE : ;

** su::uisvrcial centre of South Florida. Iu jrinifrin;;, lliilwaMining: ; Ci\il' tillS and lldraulic )"- >
? 'l''; LI' l and very fine. ,, *(*""* Kiui.mrini: ; ::, Mill \\"i>rk, Iruii, :Steelnul
/ liat -t i geographical o-5ti' could TAMPA FLA.J U. S. Wind Engine and Pump Go's. Goods
: np( : j >n }ll'I,11rur&&.. : ('Iwllli.ln' and Chemical' I'nMti-v: :, : r
r 'lKcJ
J 'rY.w r1 lot be iujjirove I.AH llhririii'y. ( I.icht! Ileac, :Sound : 'Ieehuolugy I ; 1'hoto -
.t'tIt\Sandsf l w... ;.:raj'hy,Printing, New' :\\lad.ilh'r.Xl'W). 1'rutt-ea, KEEP-C:: () T.\ T.Y IN STOCK FULL Consisting oi" the Celebrated .
t5Y- the unoccupied stores and ware- :New litiiM-: | *, Inijin'Mnu jH-rtaiuinj Ti \liUIndtitry. t
: ;1)1IKAt rue half of the orange crop 11'rnyutg, Iixiin.:, (:: ..IorjnI'W lndn LINKS I : j q
hou u-ed for
-es are t packing There
} oranges. trial l'r"JII'toniIUltl. w
ha b ih ped VifjctaLUaii.l( Miiural : .n
rIrl' ire nine bi: iul'.-,; !IrjiiM's iii!a'!!pd in.-. packing New and I Intere-tiug Facts ill .t.;ri'utufl'II..rti"III.IlIn' "\
>g.t ; 1tashn4ger3 arrived on Sttur.iK.rtl n nand the IIonu, IK-allh, Mtilir.il I'm;rvw, :NxialSiimci1. !
l t Suuday.E&Ju l shipping; oranges, giving. ; employment to : ;Natnrtl lli-lor)'. (ioology,; Alr<>iiuiiietc.. DKY (:GOODS HALLIDAY WIND IILLS vT q .:
.t -, 1 M + ,
f many lo'r:'< us.Dnu.Oa TIn iiKwt valuable! {Tactical l'apl'r", by riiiiin.nl I
gw > uiaa.. brought; sateen saddles! of ,-- writer. in nil dejiartnients of:Science will l he found\ J.. '4
in the 't.jl'utitiellIl.riclln the hole
: .ntl'll in
vcnLjon this week.. : the evening; of the 17th at his ; pre| |
< |Mjiiilnr| language/ ;: free from technical ternillu- Ladies Gentlemen and Children's Hats 1
le c. Hawkins: left for the North residence on the river, :o miles from town, tniietl with engraving; and wi urrIJI.I:1"; to inUre IJ r'\ '
,I e and! infirm all el.L. et uf 1l.t.ll'N! old and ,
Mr. Tidy :S. !..ottmUI. Mr. I.. was a nativeof xmng. r--
brat.) oiy morning.Lsh The $ 'il'nlificIIIl'rim i i" p'uuui ive of knu t ltrlge
Chri. Hanover, and had been living in this county and jiro-jn-x* in e\ery coniniunity ",hl'rct; circulate Boots Shoes & Hosiery f
1 = our readers a merry ttuaa AND 1
for the last 10 !. : *. lthould have jilacc in every Family,
and nappy New Year. yvars.Parties llradii>)K Roan, Library, t illeje or S.hot Terris.; : 1d
-- .' SV-0: :! l-r year, $1,'.0 half year, whit include- pro '- --- .
t tg .. Couuuicationa written on both Miles C y- wanting information about pgmeatoflouttgtliiwountto1lt1ltaud) \ .\/,:cIII"'inJlc *. Gentlemen's>i's Clotliiiig and Underwear, --- ,t I

m 'btilie sheeill always btfrVjected. lauds, real estate; etc. cunnot do better than :- cojiies ten vents. S>ld J hy, all Xewlealer, '1
Kunit: l I.y jmrtal order to MUNN A CO., rubli-.her. ,
-Ca $treat shipped a hog thu neck call on, or ('HIJJIUUuicltcith )I IN.. Brown 37; Park Kow; New York. IL\ ))KEnCllEIF'S RIBBONS, LACES, FARM PUMPS. e

weighing 4 110 undo :Ulll3:3ill I.r. Thusc having real : estate to O \ TIT \ XTn I 1 Cl! 1 In comicclion with the softy '
L JrV Ijl> JLO. Scientific Ame ri-

--Our pa ere are bringing' ; fuj crior cell or rent, would do well to }put it into their can, Mt,-r:*. Mrxx[ e1 Ci' are Solicitors) of American ISTutiojis and Stationery.ConMMinK I. X. L, Feed Mills i Tanks Rubber Hose Water Pipes Points :

ecru ) to ratj-t this njason.Quftlics han.}:,. '1'heirofliee i is in the Court House. and 1 "Foreign Patent.and have the Iarqe: t-tal- ,
linu-nt in the world.! I'atent. are tJlIlilll,11I1l the t ir
ETC, }. 7'('., ETC ..
of fiat are caught dailywith :Sec their card in another place. Left teniH. .1ruch.I"lf New IlIn'lti"s11I.1 :Skehhexainine : i in part of CALICOES! : CINOHAMS: .. i

the ht and line. This id trout I'* ,l, and advice free. A "j eci.il notiiv i i" lULAINiy> : LAWNS.: )Il l.1--r: : JACONETSBEREOiy :: I Suli-Agents: wanted in each county to \\lntin liberal discounts will be given. f
sea- Lam. Airs. Miie hats enn.tautly "n hninl all that made in the Sci'utJlm'rlt.uu of all III nll- : : ) 1..P.t; ( ,S::, CHECKS: : :);: H1'. II1IIt1LlM. :--, j
;re For Prices tY.c. send I
for Address
son. i..< w.uiu-d) in the Millinery line and will till urt!trs tion* 1'ateiiteil! through) thi .\Sl'II"I il" the name .., SlllHTI. (i i'IJEI.TI: : : (5S j STRIPS: !, terms, : t-tamp circular. ,
> ,I / and residence of the Patentee. Public attention i< IIU."OIOIoOs.Bn: ::: (i-\: JJ'OTTO: ;\- BENJAMIN: & PARCELL. t t
n'mitly.- < r.The
.- .Ann. the late ,arrivals are several [ ] thus directed 1., the merits of the new patent, and ADI>1:>*, IRWI, DRESS: \ J PANTS: LINENS, ('01/- August 11-3ms. Tampa Flo. t
visitors ybo re here last winter. v.!). youths of Tampa will display salvo t>r inirtin often illecu-d., LARS, ('{;..TEl.KTn::., SUSPENDERS" : : --. .
Am ],terxon who ha made a new discovery or :SPUN AND: :SltKL THREADS: PINS.: NEEDLES ,
Mr. E. ,Pratt of Elgin Ill, came : their equestrian acconipIMinicuts in a King invention can at'rtain, free of charge, heth'er a : BRAID, in variety, JET si-nrs, (BK.VDS: ) -

last Sunday ha purchased a large tract' Tournament next W Jnt'Jar. Doubtless |>'atcnt can t>rol Adifnss>ailv! lie for olitaiiuxl the 1'ajicr liv w or riling Concerning to theundrrnigintL t and FANS: MCDONOUGH & BALLANTYNE, : (

all the ladies to be crowned
of land near man& young expect Pattuu. -
of For- Queens( of Lo'vc and IJ aut).. XO1)())':", \H'0... .".: Park Row: NewYork.. Letter, Note, Bill and Cap Paper, IRON AND BRASS FOUNDERS '
---- Mf. C.VTaylor family: ,
Branch Ollie"r.. F A.7ih .
M* Washington, 1) C. \
rythe,Ga.. vlj! *ud the winter in 'fam ):a.- keep up Tampa's reputation for fine horseiuaubip 11'C. 1-tf. :
!, fiotel. Kl fail win the Copy Rtxikx, !Sivllinj I'HXik: Pocket and Memorandum : MACHINISTS MAKERS (
They are et puJJjt the Orange Grove and none to }prize of Boi>k", 1'eiw and 1111.". AND PATTERN ,

-Alrody uveard the detonation of the honor because of careless' riding. The pub- 4

gre'pa' Hri lieraHg hje approach Christ- lic is generally invited to attend.. WANTED Toilet .A-ppliaiicew &C., Cor. East Broad and Liberty Streets, 1
IO.ILI J d !the areraj boy seems to be in bid: teThe extending into the Such (Coml Extract: l'OfJl'r1111 Perfuuery t

r glcfr f' and known us Gadsdeti's Point, is bcgiuing to LOCAL and TravellingAgents: to .sell the new Ac.:

-The U. a h kipM-ss, Coptourt settle up. Many desirable places are still to inducement- *' olf'rt'll..t.lrt"Wil-wn' Sewing<-t Ma'\llt'l.'l'r"I""n:hine. Literal .SAVANNAH GA. _

+. < \Villtau9, amtT from Key WeJtbu.d.P be had on it.' One great advantage which it Manufacturing/ Co. Jack-oiiville. Florida. :Sti-1m. Cutlery &c., : 1
-+ z .i.va .
offers is its almost total exemption from frost.
Including Pocket and Table Knives and Fork Razors 1
!, -
noticed'ri a swat Pomegranates Even when tender plants in Tampa* suffer Shears, &iUII"C.; SUGAR MTLLLS 1

At Col. Tf. G. Barthoiaoiew'a.place down the f-ora it, the Mgns. )f frost are hardly }It'C pti- F. NEVE, II. P. JEN5Fx..n.: ., ..

bay. the early porUfjiewe(. ble on Gads len's twrtut.tt Dentist, Physician & Surgeon. I-Inrd'\V'nrc, I-Iollo\v\vare, ; J

lively with teams and AND 1
Oar street are
The Lodge of Good Templars turned Nail, Cr Polk NEVE & JENSEN
pWde from HUlsYorough, ,
country out in considerable force last Saturday nightin of all lll"trrptruns to suit this marketA ,
JJernando and.\fiumptcr\ 'fjountes, celebration of 4he Second Annh'crsaryCof Z .

-The wreathe' for the last few ieeka, the Institution of their l lodge in Tampa. DEALEllS: IX FULL LINE: OF AY
After repairing; to the >I. E. Church the PANS t"
the health of .
,,1*$i been unexceptional, apd the of 'I
exercises opened by singing a Temperance Dr'I:.?:"; l\rcdic llc .. f
the torn And eou Vtry renurkaby good. Ode ; prayer was offered by the chap. OF ALL SIZES, AND SOLD AT LOWEST MARKET PRICES WARRANTED .+

t .. Doe tie 'Ary'cowuittee think lain lteIr.. Sounders ; another Temperance Groceries Provisions, FOR ONE YEAR.

the stegwQtrpuddleftof voter in the Ode was sung, and then the Rev. Mr. Jewelry, Fancy Goods, -
to deliver ad. \ -ALSO--
Carruth an
upper part of JwkfjWQ dress. The speaker had a large and ETC., ETC. K
appreciative x : ; ) FRUITS! VEGETABLES, I
1- Polecat+ \numerc&\ ,, aid a strong audience, and handled his subject in JELLIES: PICKLES. BUTTER, CHEESE SARDINES. Iron" Fronts for Stores and Dwellings, e
HM twrl la there an effective interesting and entertaining I : .. CRACKERS: : MUSTARD and SPICES.KEROSENE :: a
odor of musk parrstjee eta. The intemperate use of intoxicating Special attention given to the COMPOUNDING of : : and PAINT OILS, SMOKING and BRACKETS .
no Kay to abate thi; nu' manner. that afflicts ClrF\' /'IH TOR.1l'U SNUFF and CIGARS of VERANDAHS :i
raWe drinks is the greatest curse now : rarionijr.alitle* and lrotn.l'1)11>1-:8: and TOBACCO ,

are regtieated to* e notice that humanity. Physicians' Prescriptions) BOXKS, aril also many other article Iron Railing for Garden or Cemetery -

t'te Nickel Qob=:'ttiu' inert'i t the Orange Lpts. ." .
itE4 The construction!! of the Telegraph All of with he wishes to sell at the LOWEST :- '

Grose Hotel next ((9dn4'1m' i ght I line between hero and Fort Meade is progressing AND FILLING COUNTRY ORDKKS.TEETH LIVING; PR ICES: for Orders for Brass and Iron Castings Promptly Attended .. .:"\ /. ;: : r
i:2 : .
:1 trill not be ..
The .
rapidly, and the line, in! all keli-1 jf -' _

ianted aert weeli,'"' '' our tyix hood rill be complclrd tic! fust week in Janairy. FILLED, EXTRACTED std ARTIFICIAL CASH COUNTRY PRODUCE.Being HAVE ALSO FOR SALEMCCARTHY ; '' ,, : _
W TEETH on CELLULOID; lUSli' i iU\t"rt",1, or .HTV.1&sbt;!: ., ''-' .
uttdng to enjoy, tisi ties' p he scosoo.kGthjudi By to-night all the poles rill be in in the oe.t iible manner, and SAT &FACT1OOUAKANTEED. : :'; :a;,;: .

--Jadgo 1L r haR {. ) their proper places, w>d. the Superintendentof thankful for t/ie will endeavor to merit csjgxast & >:, : :,<
etaLarcat? s>'a j a Pedal the work, Mr. F. E. Roberta, is rapidly We arc also prepared. to do all manner of work future, favor by keeling j i'pa FULL STOCK of S AND AGE'S.} nn CW Y4-. ;ft: .-. }
term of ecurt iu bodsmence Betting them and stretching the wire. There the selling all such them Good-Tax M LOW are in a.demand he rah afford in thin them market., and /J *.Al h ,,:1." .- iw ***-* ,;

+ OD the flat ter. r tilMq a, may some slight delay in getting the line Jewelers' and Watch Makers' Line paying strict attention. to his businuw and! the wants Eclipsf boa brtable, & St< ;" -rl nginei.t *$. T! y(
of his 'CU and the
of the! batteries has cu'tomer Ills old t<'IIIt''' public
order ona
lrral. C I.a iL Ieade, working as (generally, are invited to call and examine hi \ 'both a crr1 "
been ordered. But Tampa: ALL WORK Wlm..\ Tlm. before elwwhere.No .. 1.nTr ,:
in town the ,Stepecti oily recently gcXJ purckafing: .
was .... : '
bat>tl 1 go.t q1I: --)OD Le able to talk to the ouuideiS We invite attention to our STOCK. \ ri:

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: :: '- HI* Telephone. !! ---1i NTILE -.1 W.7.. WALL&CO'S-COLUMN.: NER.1.\.L. R rORE! I pnOSPECTUS.: \,,\ .f 4THE
.::.' t illLIiER' & HENDERSON'S- COLUMN :nn CARDS. G ] ,__ __ u.--- '
j .:. A.Detroit 5tlooo keeper has Buffered! much John ilillcr.: :::- | --W. B. Henderson i =- -' = --' -= -1-It1\hI.IN. $TI nr.N W. W. WALL & Co. .\ MORNING NEWS; .

,; :. !. pecuniary loss at the hands! of dead-beats, I JOHN JACKSON i ,

"{ and has racked hu brain for a remedy. It ,

dove not pay to knock a man down .because MILLER}. & HENDERSONVliolciHJilo E SAVANNAH GA. .,""'.,
H AS on hand n complete a-ortrnent of Merchnndiir ...
.. be.has no 'money and harsh words collect a 'VG tylvttttt by hiniM-If, with hi.iiiial; JI..I I ... .

,crowd and give a place a hard came. The and RetailDE.LEHS'IX [.j1 judgment in Vuen auIU.r.IIi": expoiunee !11x4>
t. \ & 1?-emit Wholesale : 1 UHII niiu irtl by npwanlxof :XUenn attention to .
.> \ other day the saloonUt got the idea he had this lineof biiMiu, and he flutter hinu"elf that l-e I !I J I

'been struggling oiler. He rigged up a wire, O ran pK'.iM- all who will tntru-t him with their I.u..i- ,

.& mouth-piece, and other parts of a telephone, DKAl.r.I) :'4 I IX O 1I'N. < and patronage.,

and was ready far the first! case. It came D J I i Stock (''')II'.it"; of a full line of fl :

along yesterday morning. A well-dressed .

A nod decent-looking man called fur braudy, Assorted, Merchandise, )0'V '. 0 \ Dry) Goods( ( and( Notions. ,

wallowed it:, and softly) said : T.UIl'FI.OlttlU.. I's

I'll call around and fettle as soon as I SUCH:I! AS (ULICOKS:: )IU LlNF.TACO: I
check cashed. Receiving, Forwarding .a. NET:;,1.A1vN:- (;INullAIs,1'1tul'rs: [ .

; can get : DRY GOODS I.1XKXS, HLAl'K AM mum: .01.111. is.;.
"All right-all right, smiled ealooaU, AXUCommission ALAl'AC'AS: MKUIXOS. F11.KS111-: !!

c and he stepped back to the mouth-pieco and t M

r .. called out : :STUIl'KS; : HICKOKlIvS: TICKIXUS.DKXIMS L ,

k' "" Chief ot police are you in ?" \[ercha 11 t-:::, I> : HLKACIIIXUS.! ; UHOWX: a>T- t r
\ : TOo.: >sx.\Blla i i i ;, .11-:.\ :\:-'. T\\"EEI i:i>. .J.
The beat halted to hear what was Groceries & Provisions
x going AT AM. ('.\.- DllHl': }:' IK), IKI5Y Hill-1:
on, and the mloonist 1 continued : TAMPA, FLA.OUUSTocKHASiir.KX 15UNS. LAClv:<:, EIBHollnUlI: : >: :, I

'. "All right I anted to give you a description IIANDKnuCHIKFV: BL'1"rU' Gut-i i iailil

of a suspicious-looking\ character -0- J. & T. KYDD'S..AND Ltt
.. ... just gone out,of my saloon. ,Are you ready ? Tints t And Cas "rill- >lr VMM.M. |, Matern'l tUnrtf'nn wort
.. UlI"Io"tt..lI!ljr l-e tb LADIES' GENTS' and CHILDREN HATS.CrIl.NTS' i ,- ., alai which 'III;ill! ':
1 .There was an interval of two of three sec ; :M-LKITT.I; : : WITH iI and hotly n.nu-fwl of any .nine* the vein ..>ral.e -...
onds* sad the saloonist went on;: : 'filE WANTS:; UK I I i ,' \'a.- of 1MU; >, U iw.w f.1irlv'II"'I1t'dTL) *uthi\ar.
THIS Jsl-XTlON, AND Tlll>i': ,WHO KAVUU: CLOTn, : NGt Ii..'..,! I iKmocratie: I'urtwill thi.- year make t
"About five feet eight-light hair-goateo w.-rUTI1I'llt; : \)Ji.tNIt}: ( tNFll>KNClLl : Boots 2L11.41 fS hPsGentlemen's I wit i'nuLi+. and 1'!ouLth'.a Putrea r.il I'lnlgl.e,: for Ih"
r '-brown overcoat-black-" "Say, you!" the\artitUu r the; information we kttpCuilt.tatiiltlti uf all we .numerate a few- of BOOTS anJ! 1 SHOES at Wholesale e and Retail. 111I1inh'nmt'ItIt.1 whicharcyitalh. tile M I'r\-niacy\I.rn..t-t-rity(-f thn-e cf the prilM'iJI Rl'l"l..hu| h+

exclaimed the beat, "here your fifteen cents 131ERCA.NSIN: :and" ...filial; fo the well-lH'injr{ ; cl the lo*op'#. '
M't fur that brandy 1 I had some change in myvcatpockttr on I.Inlul SCHOOL BOOKS AnD ALL KINDS OF In ad.litinnt.'th.. I'n,idntialkrtiwythel'pI !/-- ."

'. STATIONERY. i iEariwarc ,*in (;.rji4: aril Florula will rjvvt! 110':'' State, .rov. 14 '
"B fr t ;-
innmntIn I Florida: IIII'Tammign|
"0h- ah ?," smiled the KiloonL-t, and For :Sole; and we ofil-r them and all other* in omS Furnishing Goods, unu411llh' viLareitts. and 11'f't< II probability. that .
ye >t taking the money, he,went to the inoutbpteceand tiiis i>la.,. lu 1.lk\-ri.lrl: :Mate: will thrt 1 :i IIt'mf'l'1'1l14': :" ,

called In the-e ,--nii-j-niKV- the i**.\.** rf.he "- i,:
.. i\rrnnunt.
f\.1 ., teIt' all right-I made a mis ake-man. is! inY: O O O ]) S I IIunhvniv.Tiii( ( &. Uroekemyaiv\ Tin and Crockery] 'V are. I ;Ninth air!b t"i'y! inrl'\"tl l; and l very intrfitizin. [; e'nt his '..r!-
*, 1 ) Gods ( ; w I l.o I has the eltatv ->f !h.i;* wunlij *Z:(
.: / as good,as the wheat!" We have :i goinl Line of L y 11011. 1'iniii.ofiiniMnl.* ,.itr/t tin I Mxtii'ii; nt 1 t.art, ,,1If.n.t} aojnaint him -lr with crery ",J

t The beat walked out without a wurJ!, hut detail! of the nat, work of redemption anti nfor 14, .
FURNITURE, COOK STOVES, &c. lh.it i* now .,n. :c:
I.ms ;
-, as he reached the street be growled : Ladies Dress Goods and Fancy Calicoes, Yofis< (11(1 ftrtiiJIII'I, To tl.w t n.tiniil.itin I h,. shouhl. nh'rillC to and ac-J-.t i,! ;
))1t'ILt.I.BOI: :; (OI.OH.\UO, I the .Viwrumi/i .1I"r'rrinf .'cwdepartnunt *. -tr:S!
dead and II ( ;:
"That ) y
give-away on me '
:was a
IXM JT1G. GWbS.():: Ixith. Northern and Southiru : I inlc1.opinun.! .,n.hat! Ih un r'ti"lIl1l.1'III"'r, hr phlt'y' 4t'''''' :"'
r I'd like to punch old Profftwor Bell's head} )lunut:teture. Clothing and frarltws: in their t'XIrti..n r.I lllll4f" \
,". about half an hour." Furniture, Oils & Paints, Umbrellas & Parasols,, And other 111:11 i i" nr 1'uial; 'rhl'n' a4 the I"... I'aily' '' t!! ;'J JIh

.jo''Y"" .' A Full Lino of HOSIERY, 1 ;;.. : lticdkorial driattunut i-i r't.r "
.y' .. FoUr i') i ]: ri. I ihsiujdlutnit.te'1t41NtctitwIiiIe, Its n.1IuT I It 'i/'
j SA.. i.) .. ,
friend Jones has been doing 1 oou: o ::0 NOTIONS in thlt; lVi I >artnicnt. of aiiu(....t everyariily I II are iuarU hfinu"lrv i IInl('un.1) ,
Hollowwaro and Willowware: I :l I
rra l Boots ida Ilia ;
\ and( Shoos() lit**. lejuTtinuit, of(i "'nini.1 I!
a pair,of bright cyea, and talking tender. BRIDLES BITTS SPURS &c. I i* tint eontincd !.> a here ham IIIIIMII _'*(.(er'r i
i things by moonlight. :A few evenings since, Jeans Cassiieres & Cottonaies for HUB'S' wearFrom Iran'pirinu in ,llmMStates! and hot U riilivaw. I.* t :'.
nunt at o.e apt timely, raer.: |
Jones resolved to "make his: ,' destiny t secure t and Implements. Is ctuMantlv: : I roccivitijr! from! NEW: YORK( ,: I The ample riMinrecuf the l..t l.IiI..1I1 will ,
?* whidi the mo-l 1 fa>tiJk'u* al"'IIriu. t ,. .me- FANCY GOODS <3cC.Received Saddlery fanning un.l I NEW I: ORLEANS') ; N.11'GOOIi! I> t. dft! ..l to furni-hjn the n-adir. of tit* k.:
thing to jilcuM. Of R :
S_ e Accordingly befell upon 1m kiicc* before rcplcii-) ; hi* :Stock.He i 1 [OR T N/:N'E\/ "r .1

the Fair Dulcineo, and made his pos&iou 1iczLly-Lale Clothing, Sjtoriiinj inttl Hulling Tnchlc, ;

y .. known. She refused him fla*. Jumping: to Far )h'Iwar., we ol'vr! a gu,1 l range; i.fStxle:; ,Duality : N e"\v C; ()od" alwijI.WI! 1 l 11\1 a Mipply: of Clu.ueGROCERIES I nigh the lat.t:: linldliI1'the di-atchtilsul; from allpan, { +'.tatiro .f twerldthnnlt

his feet, he informed her in choice term that and I j'fKV, and w' niako a ]K>int to hate them "! ,1u", out I,r m'aIlC ,.f.I.\{ u ,,,,rNP"I6I.. }I'f\
tit the ta te of the to Kte the Stoves Stoneware &c. &c. r ies tbl. IQ l.... t1.. i.1t
' r w I'l1fda""r-uIIII ix'in|> Cooking tlnulIh) II"+ :am; {1.11..r'j ;
""q there were fish in the sea: as everwere :
as good oflitilatlctrtr''aynif
; ouit; we ol'erHals ehn.nilltrnfrytryu'. trxt. nhyucidtat; ..
i .caught.Judgo I { I .b. ';dst
weekly, and will be soldAT y -4

of the exasperation of our worthy [ of (the Latest Style TAMPA, FLA., I'LOril. ('0 lX: GRITS. MEAL.t RICE.1: I':I ih',1 1 filar.: ...........ul'nlrrhiN.T................;........... ,) (IW) '
swain when she coolly replied : I (OATS. H.'Opln: : :S.tll''t)1'FII( > ::, .. (; m..dill I+......................_r.... 'I "t'') '."j

.SUGAR l; ; SYRl'P: 1SREAD: *r.AISO .. :: lIu.l\lh......................,;...... ; ., I (.;
Yea ;;but they don't bite at toads AnlTSoots Tri.11.trkIr. I Vicar.................'..... .S f; ,.t .
"- Jones has learned a lesson. .\ LI,01' Tin: \BI\'I', : UI01,' (;iOOlI s .. I Ii; mt.n'h+.........:...;....._. :,t In:.. t r''
i : -
;. .. l L \... art kept' eonMantlt' on hand, and fur KIat! < :l moutlw! .............;.......;: "10:J.
nnd Shoos I tits lowii-t living 1'riiifur, ""tkly,1 .rear................., ,,.-......-..I -IJJj ,
A little chap bad a dirty face, and his .. t.. 111\11:1,,............Jri.: :... ... -:.:,
That romliineil the JenirHlile; finality: tlf ctiinfort and l liluralnlity I Very LOW PHICES.vi 414'01iA000&-EGA] i : ]i js. : taut/IIN........... Ili I ...... w
teacher told him to go and wash it. He went f.. '... 'l,tr f/ 'l"f.'tv
-ami alyt tie! Inure >!K>iral>le one of hi- :Slav: untotr'tsse"" "
+, away and after a few minutes came back thug! the Ueformitie. ; of an ugly !tent and, maknahaud4omq ; ( 1 IIi \dltd1\\ : tli(*' e nrllcl: *'i very 1 li'w t'r' Mom: y tan 1... rev I t Olteri / '

with the lower part of his countenance tolerably foul IcMtk More. beautiful "till. Casli or Country :I l.'rcxluco.Ve : CASH' or IiM'\-l.in. .' l..rCOt'XTRY; ) PRO-: : -tert.l l.ettereir.l: -:xi' 'orris. 'I'ij f

+ '- II'CI'
clean, while the upper part was dirty and r(.,1 :parr
Call and\\ 'xullim'. t f.r it will be a pKn.-p. ,. j ?
.wet OUR STOCK HARDWARE &c., : _._
{ \ \\illl':1 tlio htghft )[.lIl..l.t Price; forcorrox iu shuumi OVIT the Stivi-k. -. '
..-: Johnny," said teacher, "why diln't you \vi: )( ; .\11111TO:::) oru( STOCK: .101 IN JACKSON.( -''''''-._- "'n.,.: ,- '
Comprise*crerythin-r; in i that line from n Nrlle t.. a I" -
a : wash facefI :, '
your j rind-tone. Cor. of Tain and ; t ts.I] -- slie
( [ |>.i : Washington -.: (
did wash it, sir" offer excellent ]UiUTMM: I Fl'I\I1TlF.:: ( : ) '- ,
We TII\I': \ )an-li,, 11 'jli.( 1r. ... !: .
! !fYou didn't wipe it all over then ?" C'Cn..i..linjt of lletl-teuil-i, TahK,I "":L.h! _taud I... : ---' .- -- .. ._--- '---". ..:. .J, .;.'" .
i ii Chair.c.. InCroceries Groceries & Provisions lir.XKY: KU'tU: JAIliB IliiRV. Al (.t !-rt-; Kit'IU: .. .. :I 1. {,'-,, ':
i < "1'dkl'wi (as high up as my shut would HIDES "''t. ;i; .
f .
n r" RICE Bonn, & co. ., .
.' .... -l
l & Provisions. .. I CIIDAU .t '"J: -('C".Jtt.:;: j', iIII i- .
L; Two Irishmen, on a ccrtaiu occasion, oval AND WILL KKKl': namToCKOII.H: : :: : 1 \ S{ .r. _...)!f fJ >
We n1wav ke,|p a full :::tiH-U, at thif; M our IMXl'LlAlMlFrAKT.MKNT. : ORANGES .J. ;-:
pied the came chamber. In the morning one !: I: E/LL..L, \;'": r -::, "'. '

of then.inquired of the other, Dennis, did 1 In our :--wl.k. will; a!-o alwaj-1 e fi.tn.1\ gne.l! a,.- I IIIj"'rh t" an4 I P. nl.rrs! :ui1'11111:11N >li"TJ:: ::<', ;ivjip

.R yotChesrthe thunder in th e: night?"_"No- Kirtiuent of .-Attractive Trices.TIIK POULTRY ...... ,' ... I .Ate.
;,. ) .;"o.. -. I-n
-i4 &U did>: )t'nally thunder?'-"Yes ; it tlmn- SUGAR, ,]kL"L' ";" .. ': :. \
TinwareV ood and 1 k'
( Crockeryware, ... C"1 Tfir.fl'T": ,. .; \
i ,d red as if hiven and earth would:: come togetbej. : ; l)())ID.TIC VNIKOINTUYHARDWARE( : .J.".. _.". ; ,.;." '., -. .
With Bake Oven*, hake l'. n", Puts, llt.ilin;; and u "' : r i. \ :
e 'Why the deuce, then, didn't ye Ctslking! Stove sYuur '' "i\\. ; ,; r \.

( wake'me,.1or'ck.no\T, 1 cant glapc whei it We kivj: nil k5n; .l* of Stationery in coniiij'.ui HM, I '.../. 4lli' : .i", .."."...:.-- '.._."","p. '-y.. -' -'." ,, I
al-K} School Hook! and Murk: : l'.m>ks.We : ; icS. & '. .'- J ',
thunders? HKiiuxr )1.\JI: ,IT: I-KICIIS: ( PAID roi: ( I..y. .. .-..
.- are in eoinniunicntiiin with the let dealersNatth : 1 -- ..
and :South: and are )jirejured. -uijlvaUh| \ "rt COTTON: : : i\ s. AM; >ISOWatclrtn.ikcr : / \ .',
1 lie will! not visit her any more. The cat m.th..nll kind; of p J.d.1I, MI%' quantity tint} maybe I ; ; <
and Jller:
was asleep in a chair iu the l parlor, but he desired. Call in :and examine: ; mir Slixk Kf.ire I'ltrrlll-inl' ; ,! ? -'<
In arranging: : our bu4ne; <* we hays net forgotten HIDE cl4cvhere. I 1.1S UvMiMin: !-:7ri.: r, lav ('It, l t1.'C''Ur''r. :
did not notice it until he eat down. The cat that the I'hjMoialow! ''n* <,if iiinnMMiitiiii<-,. r.>< inns i, ,?L rai :a..11!..r"I.1! .. Iot.. ...,

saw the mistake at the same time ho did.- nfrchliiueut mivt thi want we have: |inivii( '\I I a An.l ORANGISf. AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, IIarli.T' : : '1
:Saloon: on the river l.nnwn: :isrLl1te \ ,
; The threads in the cat's claw indicate that Nothing Char cd for showing cur Goods Stronsi. : : < i..".'.t_ hire w:III .f..l: ttriir tunIt. -
1 Alini! .>o.m-hof: ell I)EA: 1' (i(IOJl) wt.M do will find '.
i his pantaloons were all wool cloth, which .y.J U' J: Z. :.1 ';.:e t.> tall'! t-! il u e ' the 1 1".t .l..li..u uf l'itt..I1t.: ;u.\, 'ry 111 very
must have cost about two dollars and fifty to give in a ('ulll..fl're I'mlut-itu: ; ; KU: >h.-re.. Quality l of I lood* and 1'rKrs (inar.nitcal. !tow prleiM.

.' cents per yard. Which; is Earn;-hl with a )liar of the best .T.A-.T. KYD1)} ) BUILDERS' HARDWARE, CRATES, &C., 1:"'',4 ttivy: l'i".7. ;:"l"riri"fM'!/ ".,;w'jclt,.

..- Tampa' I'la., March l,,t. I.,;<>. i If. orders Kit with W. O. l'r.iiU. I* :lu..cJ.1 -
\\ \\ PALL A;; (CO. "
"You little Liquor1H1 Cigars <. :',(;-11. ,
appear to be very happy, my T.niij': : M.ini: :2 l 1';Ti'Ii.? J ly _. -1- .: .
-- --. -. ---.-. -- _. ... tu.NEW
mm-what is the cause of it a.-ked a gentleman AIHLLIAIlimXjM 1 and TE\ .l'lAI.I.EY: : --- '
C U 1I. ..... ; } ;;
iti-elf ;in Ihe'a '
where leiMiie; it liki
can enjoy
s urchin : ---
of a, little on the street Pop'sdruck --- ------
l jest t, and where all want will lie promptly MipplUdhy H.T.LAWLER.GENERAL .Y I ,
mam's in jail, Bill's got the measles that Prhii-e of Ilur-Kwjier': { Notic to Shippers J) \1 \ [

and there's nobody to git me off to echo' I. Col. W. T. IIASKINS, COMMISSION MERCHANT <-j-' ;,

,.' Hope this bueinefes'll'last all the winter" For I'M ( ,
"Quid '!jo. d
' IRON I [Late of Mi'Inl'S, Ten
, : said the youngster, as be vaulted over a : \
} To meet the Transportation: demand (I f mr trade 7'"., 77, 7'', xi I and W: l'nuojntn': : :: : : : ( l late :>\-w' "
ttir hydrant. \\"l'htn'RN'h'lwr calKd the Gl\0. H" 1,1 i.L, lI\'in: ; ).H't.1 hem null ft'fl"'th{ 'afvruttln
r that rum rt-jul.irly: l. 'n'e,) mar 1't.jdr.w, New OtUan-i. ')P1tl.lc! ; Ihlll he ha:t.tJ": t the ste.ra turn.cnpitd "t....
1z "I don't like this time of year," said a pou- II.\ 3Iteu.a.I1.1.. t allf' tle "'! the! eruf11'ashin
TiIllH'r/, Slttrl', Tim?* mid f ITOiec "i herne; .1i1'.

; five-lookiag man, as he leaned :'against the Between this Feint and NEW ORLEANS, -( )- I.T''If: I.K\Sii: :)) TI m 1.\liiJ'I': ; : : COM. 1'iirrli'Itirefit t with I' ,Lniuall'unlrSts.a 1lJc: + *os; of it

:;; liar. "It's sad eeason. Leaves have fallen w.\iinor: ( : : at the f"",.i (>fH't j 't

. : R a from the trees, the ground looks bare, the And are in cli'<.' connertion; with the t-teamrr 1 I'uf- .. r 1
For the sale of northern and western produce Choice ]fr
.. fry Clly and Kmillr, and v ith isteniveAVliarvcs ,
and it isn't TIN AND JAPAN WARE.
.< sky is gloomy, cold enough for +ltinf/t n Strut, .. ,

r,, E hot a hittki es." \nd.he. sighed i wiped It slips and Warehouses\
I : A tooi; Hrl'I.F: Tin roi.ixvu i AKTICI.RS willl..pl..I..t l )tn ..:ti all wishing goals in.
,_ and gazed around to find a sympathetic We are m w prepnretl to Hvi\e; and put in !tore allarticleseif .SWr *1 tyiit# /or he < !. ImtttilCHAIITKU his lint' .\" hew ill! .!t :nl..n 1
.\J.\\'.\\' ox HAND: .
4L 6-iul to invite him to take another. We an nt1,1..1 l to r.flir!. to patron the l lie.t facilities: lliirth.ln.li-e.llipt.eltoour: | care.We '
$ '
1! ._,' At the fmnllect cximi-c." We shall continue to fur
'"MWhen e ," he.said, -violently! "when are you ; POIU", n.\COX, LAUD[ \ OAK STOVES, .StriitltCfh or ]](drier<< :lIIell&e +.
M;; going to pay me that little bill ? I've dunned I AND FLOUR1' f

you'tnlI'in tiled and mad. Now, I want apositive FLOUI:, roiix, OATS: 11. will Iou .lIe ti'U-a&..,
..\ FUKIOIIT: AXI lIO> DIl "'HOV-lIl:1t: i is-- will al-o K1' onr hand a large :Stink: of 89 & 91 CAMP STREET,
* R ,answer-when will you pay it? ACTUAL I. LXHT: -to the full .teate tan

I "By.JoveT was the reply," you must take raise the mean t.) jiay': the 1'rnduee Market. l.vitigb'ai UKAX, HAY, COKX MEAL, FLOUR, Itraiu-h IIUII'4t', .n.t )luJu7.lnntrt't.t.: OVs: the OVEST.
edl l UI"'" actual t a-h. \
woo for a prophet How can I tell ?" We cillur: buy or receive \" 1
k POTATOFS: OXIOXS, 1JKAXS, CORN :TG\," () rleallLa: And willller Himself

,, M.unu-ICYou're.a very naughty boy, On C0L1t4ign1l1Cnt.;" Tampa n'riltI.ril :Ind '7tf 1 y.JOHN I ) gh'e uwact1ou toi

; A- Tommy, and shall have to buy! s. whip and I DUIK1) FRUIT, lte.s : HAY, --iut.K- riiu.ir-, T. I.AWTON. '. 11'ril2ht ',' ('
.' All the products of the Country for which we ran MEAL all favoring him tith a
' t. { gite yon a !good whipping. Now; will you find a market, here or elacwhcrc LAWTON ; p ', '
. Le goon.Tornpwith hesitation)--''Shall W* thank our friend for,; their! Patronage and -()- 1i8mo.
GRITS 18'1' '
feeling: that a mutual inti-i cot id tV true ol .\ ; '
: germs .' '
. I bo allowed to keep the whip after, mam
trade have it r
we thought right to yield a good hart j
C:1"hdTnn.1 l all 1'cri hahle.)
'' of roil! the who liearn l all the on ( POTATOES '- Factors & Commission Merchants
:. pla!:/ our |> to nm burden.. Our Clerk are attentive and we invite all .t'
alf Jhe fools in d.'united: States think who have to buy, to rail and look at our :;Mock andre Orders HftpcctfuUy! &,licit;/l l and filial nt OATS, 0 ry Bromick;
,. promise that we will enter fully i-how out
joii Commercial; ll'harf,
th cp t beat the doctors at curing the sick ; Goods i and not take the lent vtiJa It jim shouldhaticn lowctt marktt price.Tampa Xurth

two- I i of them are euro they can beat the not to buy our whole bioci ononr first SALT, 't'

and all l of June lOtli 7C. if. Charleston S. C.IJa iOQ .
mlnistcr ,
p+ping the gospel, wish.g iS-: Lest we might to mi+undcrctood in eone- \RICE A-c. l .

.y' N them know tfiey,cut beat all crcctiorea: at>- '1Il'11oo of our fair way of cii-ALing" to term, wtotRr ': .
, i .-t our citouiprn we *ay once for all, that we can _g'tij;; Mipplitnl, Liberal Advances made
- ..e thug a J1 per. .'US.1:1 (I buy only for (:alt or equivalents, we exjK.xt Valuable Place for Sale un Con i igXntcut of Cotton, Rico, and other
11 eaco three Which we will M.11 at neatly reduced rates: bvWholesale. 1'rixhitv. B i

e t w in fk.it4.:: The would ,>nl.ar'tbei.bAvO /'; Cash, or .':Va1ents: Containing Ifirt! am of good i pine land with J>00orarpe an4.(Shoe: Maernotifiii ,
I 1 tl'\1O--2OO of which hearing fur .I<
are now
r r' k 00', o : I 1a:11r.1xri: : ;:; :
; : all Cori in
: .Tbf' I.IRKUALADVAN'CKSmatlc: ; on ,; -
.. : lirowL with a"I'IItlclitional
.. yMgl:, or the Mine place 100 HE ,
..., .J'L' "'lien u (;o.t the round ext
xhettias Pt ( Ir ang fur 10W., This place I i" Kated in the ClearWater men/ ''ntnlp'tt'C1 l to our taie.Reniicctfully. G t Bln:M A Co. EBB the publican that 6e .ice ll '
";: 7.111011 tmC. .'l'S to CoaJ' I l iwction; 2 mile from Kay View on Old TaniI Euwls 11Aris 4 Co. ,: Vet and n. otlracnt of ncellf last '

"""a.''' ". t.; .... .!5. l:. I. '., I 1.::. at''Vl iilcnt Batik c j '\ (and to do libntantial and ne.u.ork :ar.fa1r. ,I IJ
7"> i ':i-l and 1a ..1t1\). For itarliitXar:\ : *! apply"nt this W. WALL & CO. CharU-stou. 2f-l.'. ,
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