The Sunland tribune
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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: February 27, 1878
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tampa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hillsborough County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hillsborough -- Tampa
Coordinates: 27.970898 x -82.46464 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Tampa Blue Print Co.
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: J.P. Wall, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 44 (Jan. 6, 1877).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Succeeded by: Tampa tribune (Tampa, Fla. : 1885)

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: SPENCER. TAMPA, FLA., APRIL 27, 1878. VOL.--8.-NO.-7.1'

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THAND TRIBUNE COMMERCIAL CARDS &c. POETRY. already, even now, and they are suppliedfrom be" Dr. Kavcnel has been the chemist of els per aero from four and a half acres. As 1

;. HEXUY BICE. JACOB PORN, AI OfSTUS i 1C1.. our rrnrl and! phosphate, beds, and b.r.. these works ever since their organization, and in the preparation of ''laud for grass just de- .;1

PUB VERYSATURDAY.UI - TILE CROSS. pl.iHtd and vegetables!, some of them, through began his experiments on tho Atlantic farm scribed by Dr. RavcneJ,the process begins in s of

RICE, BORN & CO., the bounty of a kind Providence, springing I in 1872, using at both places only the laboron the spring with the plough, 500 poondU ef '
of 'VIIITIXO &'n.\NK. up simultaneously: l around us. Our common the spot, and when not occupied about ash element, and two bushels of cow-peas to r

.: Ini)>orterA and IValcrs In West they who !si-rk, cow-i>ea, and a native vetch, familiarly known the special business:!! of the work tho acre. When the peas die down in the #i'

.ltmmo BATES. FOREIGN. DOMESTIC AND COUNTRY While in their youth, to us o.s the partridge pea, which grows in THE ATLANTIC FARM. fall, oats arc sown, and] when tho crop is liar- .

No .. ,11 bra i 13 DIa I -01-i j- 1 ear. With spirit meek. our old fields and fence corners!, are here referred Yon have already had quoted to yon !from vested the following spring or summer, the j r

.. 1 foG $10 $lo The way of truth. to. Mr. Khctt's report the yield of hay, oats, .land is prepared for replanting in the autumn s,

-*,: -a a 1S: $S.5 IG"I S-10 'f-10 3 HARDWARE To Uietu. tIle sacred Scriiitiirt's now display, The cow-pea has long been known to us as wheat and Indian corn at this farm. by repeating the process with tho pa&S'I
Chriiit ax the only true living;
A SQU ; way; a fertilizer, but its effectiveness has been recently The Bermuda or joint grass<< has been cultivated and ash element. The crop on these ,
Inch in i space.a Hid pnvioiiii blood!.un Cavalry wa KiVfii "
W?? will hargtd lit rate almerchant AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, To make them heir of cnJU"w hike in heaven, materially increased by certain mineral here (several years, and there is and a half acres,cultivated after this method; 'j\\

t ""L' lowed" by laV., And l'UI1' t'&rtlahe child of God; mn trace manures used in combination with it. now n wcll- t.nh1ilhec.l meadow of about five is excellent at this tiQ1C'V -

A.DOt.l. .aline. The MiWmpi of His Saviour's The manurial of the vetch also the field matted Mr. Rhett has
; BUILDERS'HARDWARE, GRATES, &C., glorioiM grace. qualities arc acres, being thoroughly over. aer corn, '
,.,. a .cbaaIe Yeu11: ;:;:,with rnilgnt to e For them I He bore well known. Experiments with it in this The product of hay, you will remember, has manured with Atlantic fertilizer. ltr
and .Rul1l'ntA Ii'e
cordingl,. < CUr-.rL R Y9 HIM For Father'them lie frowu wore; neighborhood have demonstrated its great: been 9,000 p pound*, rather more than four Y/heat: was first planted tare in 1876. Aquarter &

'vats.rertiiementa Nailed the C'r,.. and as it Iii destined to be an important cutting was light I because of the drought.The spring and summer, as stated for oats. j
to s,
InmertciI less than One Month, $lper
.r.. A Square for find and 73 cent for earh nubaixnimtinsertion. IRON, NAILS AND HOLLOW ARE, Kmliiri'd its pain. agent, in t fertilizing and renovating our sea- meadow i is never touched now *ith the At the rate of sixteen bushels per acre were

;. Thai Hin life lu>* C :\3tlaUJiI a brief notice of it, in passing, will plough. 1st productiveness is maintained: by harvested on this land ; but it is estimated ,4

.; fume' AdratbemenU*wifl be taertod not until marked forbid with, and the charged number acVordlnrir. of- TWN" Slock, Took and Machine<<, Hotisefuruuhiny Might U- their gain. be interesting. the vetch and by scattering over the land by competent judges, Mr. Rhett inform as, ,

.;" .r- fowls Then )haxte to i IRK wo The Kucyclopaslia Britannica, 1S53, mentions every fall fiOO to 1.000 pounds of ash clement, that three-fifths of the crop were destroyed 1

..; '.,.SPECIAL. RATES. -to liberal Advertiser.TSRMS Tint Nor dare better n-fiu-e part, the vetch as "a very valuable forage tho quantity being determined by the tons of b)g the rice birds on tho 10th of May, wbcn\ ,' j

r OF SUBSCRIPTION : TIN AND JAPAN WARE. The Lord thy heart. plant," and sometimes ploughed !when hay taken from it. If the crop is large the it was in milk. If this injury was accurately .;i

Per'Annum) (in advance,) $2.00 Lest he doclurc, in green succulent slate to enrich the land. quantity of ash clement must be large also ; estimated} the yield was at. the rate of forty

Six Month,,. .- .- -. 1.00 fJC "'I know you nvt," Morton's Cyelopaxlia of Agriculture, 1875, for it i is necessary to return to the land what bushels per acre. The fertility of this fourth .

t Siacto A OOM Cop lark, on- roar- pajier wgniGet- that your Sole AgfHt Jr the Celebrated And deep despair names it among the plants that have been recommended the crop has taken from it, otherwise it will of an acre was renewed through peas and: .,

term-of mbwnption ha expired, and govern yourself CHARTER OAK STOVES' Should your lot. a., green manures for the special be ini] overished.The ash clement last summer and the wheat on '(,

accordingly.PROFESSIONAL. Now look to Je'iis who on Mount Calvary died purpose of being incorporated with the JJcrnuula gross seems the best varietyfor the ground the second crop of this cereal on .
Aud trust! on Him who there wall crucified.
-.- soil in a fresh state." 13oth these authorities, meadows and hay in this region. Besidesthe it, is excellent also; said to be decidedly superior ,

._, -A--BUSINESS- CARDS. 89 & 91 CAMP STREET, J. II. HOUSTON, Augii'ta. Ga. however, write of it as chiefly valuable in very important fact that it contains nearly to the crop last year at the same time. ... .

Dr. P. BRANCH ------ -- --- --- ---- -- -- -- Great Britain green food!, and liay, :ibr ani twice the quantity of albumiuous matter, A half acre more has !been put in wheat
.. llraiifli House, ol>7 Magazine Street.N"ov [From Journal of l' \lnlUl.'n'\.]
mals. Applctou's American Encyclopieilia, that the imported hay does, it grow generally this year under the same system, and promises '

Physician & Druggist. Orleans, La, OUR COAST LANDS.SO3IK 1870, nays "it hllenr! been popular with everywhere! on our sea coast, and U cosily remarkably well.
Tanijia Fhrit"pril :jTjd 76 1
AT IlLS OLD STAND.ti -- 11.-- : VAI.UA11LE HINTS TO LOW American farmers: ami it is but rarely cultivated cultivated when on the land. There arc, As it was observed that the bin's! did not

)larch 1848. ly. C. M. BROWN7WITH COUNTRY FAUMKRS. here." It will doubtless: be better and however, localities where it i is nut, and to introduce attack the bearded wheat, which interspersed

nin- M. D. more genctally known hereafter, especially in and establish it there, has been found the field, the crop now on the ground U from ;'

r. p The Report or the Coiuiuittoo of the this Southern country. difficult, because it does not mature its seed, this variety.Of iF"
.. Surgeon. R. WALTER & Co. Agricultural Society or South Carolina. And it is not out of place to mention in if seed it makes, but propagates itself by runners course nothing can be conjectured yet .

;' R IIDE CE.-'Out ad a half wiles sort / T I'- The Comiuitto oil Coast Lands" respectfully connection with this vetch that some of our and joints, which take root wherever as to the danger to this crop, along the coast

pa, .a 3draalalrrw.. I wnlJ } .u..: :MANf FACTURKIUS OF submit this pap cr for the counulcnitiou> botanists and chemists, who have made the they touch the ground. A full and interesting from its ancient enemy the nut. The experiments 3:

OFFICE.-Corner of Franklin ATwijrc* Streets, of the Society : of and the of their lifea 1
!' ; food plants condition account of this 1110 valuable grass, maybe are too new, and time is: necessary

Tampa, FU._Vol. 3, No. 1-ly.--'I, CLOTHINGANI Your committee would premise, and they study, are still seeking in our fields and seen in .Manual of the Cultivation of to enlighten us on this point. "

Dr. John 1?. ,r nIl., beg the Society to boar in mind, that the duties forests for other vegetables, etc., indigenous Grosses," etc., by the late Rev. C. Wallace THE 8TO3O FARM

PHYSICI:. aligned them cannot be lichirgiHl: : asia with U', which like it will be valuable for Howard.! Twenty-one acres are under cultivationhere. s

AND ordinary cases, in a few weeks, or even agricultural purposes and applicable to ants Your committee will introduce here & paler : Five acres on the south of the works

Ie. SURGEON.TAMPA JOBBERS IN CLOTHS AND CASSIMERES months. They are to t inquire what changesin : we habitually: supply from abroad at an inconvenient on the process for making meadows of arc in Bermuda grass, aud have been a meadow -

FL.\ the agriculture of uur sea: l.O.tre: jux-si- for them several Mr. Jas. B.
C1'l'nsc.: the Bermuda gra s, prepared i by years Keckley,

OFFICE-In Ulork East of the Court 11,111., Baltimore, :?:\[<1. ble in order to arre>t the decay of this fertile In the meantime: the cow-pea and the vetch, Dr. Kaveiicl : Superintendent of the vrorks, places a good

,OornCT Tampa of, Lafayette March: l..t,and 1876.Monroe Strot-ii. ly.j. Tampa} Man-h :(). '7S. _____ 1 yr. region and restore it to ]its former prosperity ; supplemented with ash: element, a manure we Crabgrass and Crowfoot are the prominent !- crop of hay from it at four and a half tons
to MJsrjjett ujeaures calctihitetl to eiluet! phi, have heard of only recently, svcm adapted to grasses of our coast. They come up on per acre. Owing to the drought last sum.
B. WALL. dud, as far H.-4 it may be practicable to do M> the relief of "it sufficient for the
JOIIS IIAII.IV rim.ii'T. I.AWTON.1IAILE our ncce laud recently plowed and grow rapidly, but mer tho yield was only two tons. The sec

WALL & WILLIS, LAWTON through the agency of your Society" initiate cultivation profitably of rice, wheat, oats, when cut dry slowly, and make hay of a low ond cutting was destroyed by it. This meadow 1

&! (Counselors Law and further them. Situated as we an*, to U", barley, etc., and to make and establish meadows feeding value, liable to deteriorate by keep is also well established' and its fertility :
: Factors & Commission Merchants these are momentous objects, and they can be i in the :South heretofore
( thought impossible ing. Hence the bad reputation of homemade maintained in the manner already stated.

d ANDSOLICITOUS IX ClrA SC1SR 1", Xorth, t.'omuterciul ll'hfirf, achieved only by close observation, experiments ,) even tin our light sandy I lands-in hay. Here, and on the meadow at the Atlantic

TAMPA, FI."TILL ..\. Charleston S. C.Ik' the most careful attention, energy: and other words, sufficient' to lift our agriculture These grasses are annuals: the roots of farm, tho vetch is now shooting luxuriantly

PRACTICE ;in all the Court* SOUTH:; by time. from its piostration: aiu&nako it thriving and which die at the cud of the summer, and, through the matted grass, in turn to do its
Rice and cotton comfort and
produced profitable. therefore, cannot form a award.! Only part in fertilizing the of the coming .
Entrance on \\aMif peren- crop t
FrieUJeV rtore-
Office In l Literal Advance made
f'uppHc-l, wealth before the do not .
2 ni? j war they now.
; The ash clement i is from
Street. a preparation vial ; whose roots survive the winter, summer. About five acres will be added to .
f cgion grasses
_________ .__ on CoMMgniurntft, >f 'Jotton, Hi11.1, ntlirr! Our the and
destroyed by ,
Produce. capital was war kainit and our marl and! phosphates, the can do this and form a I11l'allothat is, a this meadow when the blackberry vines aud
S. M. SPARKMAN, \\e have Km maintaining our agriculture on kainit the substance in .:.
being only important field which makes yearly crops of grass for briars, which infest the land are radicated.

Attorney n.t LAW, reFEi'.ixci: : :: : borrowed money at enormous rates of interest this cheap and< Gmr.ns & Co.KUWIN beginning at 24 cent. annum in
r- JKT per bo to be. It stimulates the .
AN n presently seen there are no meadows on the coast. the avenue leading from the main or State
]>ATIS: .t (4)! 186C down to 18 cent in IfG'J;!
SOLICITOR IX L'JI.1 N CJR r, A. S. JOHNSTON, 1'rcMileiit Hank oi4JO ranging per growth of the cow pea anti the vetch, and'1 in The Bermuda: a perennial grass whose road to the works, and stretch from the
thence to 12:! cent., the current rate now. Y
Ch:1rI 2-tou. tf. per combination with them increases: wonderfullythe roots take complete possession; of the soil, and South Carolina and the Northeastern Railroad ;
IT. MKADE, FLA.; Our labor has deteriorated with emancipa:
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yield of the crops to which they are np- hold it, to the exclusion;: of all summer plants, on the cast, to Ashley River on the ,
.\. iv. (jJ\:>;. I.KI: ROY MY no.: :
South troll it is thul'ouh1111,
Court of uiii-teady, no longer
{( ILLPRACTICEinalt'tle ; ; plied. The report of'2r.[ Albert M. Illicit, even of broom s. lgt,. It requires, however, i
Y Florid, though cheaper now ha been dear. The west.Of
GOODMAN & MYERS ) of the Atlantic l'horpltate'orks' to this: society a very rich soil to make it grow thick, and these, seven acres next the railroads:
Mock on our farm and plantations, on which
La.W Office.R : in November last t, on experiments; with high enough to cut.. Under favorable: circumstances were put in peas, with ash clement*last ,
Jl"lIotS.fLETOBACCO we depended mainly for our manure in former these fertilizers under the direction of Dr. St.
: it makes two heavy crops of delicate spring. prep aratory to being planted in oats
ITenwick Taylor !, were also destroyed, and we I have
years Julian Kavcnel is relied for this fact.
IN grass during the summer, which dries and wheat in the fall.' The peas were
Q.fIYESVILL1:, FLA. not been able to replace them, because we Mr. Hhett told in his 01I,'} bushelsof }
I \ in paper easily, ketp'eU, and is second to none in ploughed in late in October, and on the 1st
before U.S. Land Office at Gaini- & CIGARS cannot protect them against incessant, lawless -
Indian corn, of tO of oats from land preiuusly value.
BUSINESS feeding November half in wheat
and at Wafcliiugtou, D. C. atuudolto raids and ammoniated fertilizers arc too a acre was sown ,
with especial promptue ; so poor that without manure it would A few acres of Bermuda grass mead and six and a half in oats, with two or three

.s- ". 1.1. nsLET, 8. T. 'ISLE\ 133 BAY STREET. expensive, both for our means and for profit. not make above ;'> of corn and S of oats: ; of ow have been established at the experi- rows of barley on one of the outer lines,of
r" We are forced, therefore, to change or modify
wheat grown at the rate of 40 bushels pera'fl' mental farms of the Atlantic, and Stono the field.;
,FINLEY & FINLEY in tome; way our system of agriculture. If of ) ) of
and the
D,000 pounds hay to acre Phosphate Companies, near Charleston, Two acres alongside these seven, on the 14west

.'torlleys at JliaAv. Tobacco: : : we'are to continue to grow our old staples; produced through these vetches and this ash where the necessary fertility has been secured were ploughed aud sown in oats also \ I
I rice and cotton, we mu t Icain to make larger clement.
and maintained for four years, at moderatecost about the 1st of November. The contrast in
FLORIDA: (01(5
( or discover some less' extensive
jCKSO.tiILLS crop | system The of the is
lyx'unnu"A" \MV: VOHK. agriculture: South profoundly ) by the following plan : the crops on these parcels of laud i is striking,
PRACTICE In the State and Federal CcmrtAI of cultivation. It be to do
Tampa March 1 25 76. may necessary indebted Dr. Ilavenel for
ly. to having shown in the
five hundred
villinre special attention to land litigation Upon an acre, spring while the only difference iu their treatment
to bwl1DeM iD the U.S. Laud tuber at Jac t4lm- TISON both. We mui-t learn to grow grains and the value of our vetch and the manner: of pounds I (It"a mixture of phosphate of U that the two acre wore planted without
FU. aDd Washington, D. C.CR.POST. & GORDON. profitably, hitherto neglected because
jftk, grass using it, t for compounding this ah demerit
lime, alkaline salts and calcined marl, knownas being preceded with peas and ash element.

j COMMISSION 'MEBCIIAItiTS &0.I COTTON FACTORSAND unprofitable under old systems ; we inuyt and f tI i his application of it to the cultivationof Ash Element," was spread. The land Both were so"n.brcacleast. and the oaU on
beck to introduce new adapted to our
crops these legumes, our cow-pea and vetch, imparting was ploughed and planted with two bushelsof the six and a half acres have tillered, and
soil and climate and, above all, we must
; them of and
F'-1 to vigor growth powers; I cow-peas, the peas protected from animals are apparently matting the land.! Not to,
have manures efficient and cheap. These 1
of fertilization almost marvelous.Dr. .
I and allowed to die on the laud. In the fall
however with those the for
on two acres, as '
[ Succenor to POST A HOBBY, Commission Merchants. the necessities of our condition ; this is the Kavcnel i is his
now repeating{ experiments seed! of the native vetch was sown on the sur. the glances over these two it is delighted g
eye crops
V work before us, and 1 on the intelligence and
on a larger area of land, extending face.
GKROCER BAY STREET SAVANNAH GA.' energy with which we do it depends: the decision with the almost unbroken verdure of
.. varying: them as:: he proceeds, in order This plant from October to May,
i grows the one, while it catches glimpses only of the
of issue
Tampa, April, 8th 76. ,_. I 1y.EjrMAX an affecting well-being of that by the light; of facts already known, when, it seeds abundantly, dies, and! rotting other here and there above the ground.
)<' AXD DEAIJUL IX -- --- ---- -- every inhabitant of the alluvial lands, of this ,
: other economical fertilizers, and other modes on the ground supplies an abundance of nitrogenous 4
t < '. ( tC YETSBURG State, whether a dweller in cities', or the How small the difference in, the expense of / .
of cultivation
i equally important, mhe l devised. matter. The following spring the cultivation, (the cost of and ash ele '
whatever his iou thejteos
Produce country, profe:\" trade or
Western calling. That issue i is let Thus} occupied himself,.he is concerned #Bermuda grass (the roots of which were in meat, and of scattering'th m over the laud,
veen permanently
Dealers In !in the inquiries you arc prosecuting the land took and -
: ) possession yielded one some seven to eight dollarspcr acre) how ,'
1J. ,
uuiemunemtive agriculture with all its .
: ; STREET great
; this committee and
V 8 through will
.. .tLh.. MAGAZINE calamities universal and co-operate cutting in July and another in October. widely different is the promise of the result.
& i ; poverty : decaying
Notions &e.Savannah' with them, keeping them informed of thepupgrccs
Dry Goods( :; The fertility for succeedingcrops '
N1i\\o. necessary The remaining from :
; S; LA. civilization on the one hand, and agriculture seven acres, stretching
I and results of his experiments with
+ was maintained by spreading
.. Y. B.8CII.i .""'- established in prosperity, with its countless the rnUlurl'1e: have been describing. Therefore on the foregoing nine ta the Ashley were put :,
surface of the meadow much Ash
F..M. ZIEQLCR. so Elenent" under cultivation last for
Ga. blessings, on the oilier. The increase of the spring a 1
that these be to intelligibly
'sqf June 9, '77., tf. earth is the means of subsistence and comfort may reported you as would supply the inorganic matter and were treated. as described when meadows ; ;.r
i i & ZIEGLER. --- -: -(. at intervals' your committee will now taken from the land, in the hay removed
f to man, the sourco of the materials: of commerce arc to be made, with a sowing of peas with .1
A. Einstein's !submit an account of the several crops Dr. from it and I also the
the means of intercourse between nations ; by protecting vetch ash clement in the spring, and* the vetch in
Wible Kavcnel has: under cultivation, the animals the 'i
acreageof from during winter.
t- ; Grocers
the fall.
.... of wealth and of civilization.Your each, the mode of their cultivation, and How the for i .t
committee submit for simple process: making this The wheat on the quarter acre at the Atlantic l .
WHOLESALE DEALERS: IX propose to the ;
such other details will enable the
-DIPOR ifINES AND LIQUORS as society meadow 1 How ingeniously the resources of farm which is the second it
:t < ; ;, consideration of the society, a statement of to judge intelligently in reference to them. crop on .
Nature have been combined
d to make
is advanced and luxuriant T
what .
HOLI49 decidedly more
: already achieved for the :
55 Hew Levee These experiments have been made the
BOOTS it! The vetch and the
1 of our agriculture; also of experiments farms attached to the works of the Atlantic land grass occupythe than that on the half acre there and at the a
( Orleans. now in progress and their probable results and harmony together without con- Stone, both planted for the first time last 'i
t ,w Stono Phosphate Companies, located side flict for of the field. I
mastery Each :
comes fall. Dr. Ravcnel thinks that the
with some reflections and suggestions inrefl'rence crop on
BfR Savannah Ga.CARH by side on Ashley River, some four and five forth at !its time lives :,
i & PINKNEY to them. They will have to repeat through its these two half acres are, in growth and promise -
from this city. .Mr. Khctt's descriptionof } and dies
---- reason !, providing food and nourishment
much that has been reported to already, very much as the crop on the quarter .-
AR you the soil of the Atlantic farm describes
& BROTHER t accurately -
>. l1ID COMMISSION MERCHANTS but they hope supplement! such familiar that of the Stono. He of the for the other. And then the wit of acre was at the same time last season. This f.

; I with I says man brings forth the great storehouse of the of these would "
matter fresh facts sufficient comparison to indicate
7 Importers and Wholesale importance former It is crops seem -
Grocers : a light sandy loam, high and I
i NEW YORK. 1Nos. render this Giver of all good things the sustenance to
,; to paper both interesting and with i that under his system of r rtilizatiou. t !
dry, slightly rolling and good
valuable. maintain this
f course of alternate life and laud
/" 4k->' igw Buts of Cotton Solicited. 5U and 58 Park Place, And first, about manures, on the terms we natural drainage.; It has evidently been death in perennial vigor and\ fru5tfulnes.s. has been improves token notwithstanding off. Should further a Urge experiments crop. ,V .-,i

i .Befen Mean. ; NNEW YORK. must have them for profitable agriculture, cleared and cultivated for very many: years, Oats have also been cultivated hero sever establish! this as a fact, the value of :
7 to W.W.Wall Co .
Tampa that is effective and We have ,
cheap. them and
J and it
was: :as poor worn. as possibly could al years. The crop last year was fifty bush- [Continued on fourth ptge.]



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'THE SUNLAND TRIBUNE.i U EN11Lt I PUIISKNTJIIIXT:: POLK for the thirty days detention of the vw-sel at Yellow ill nil" Items. -Mr. Charles II. :util, for many yearsa 1 Think of your Head in tlio Morning.'" ;

'..= COUNTY.To 1 I the quarantine station, as has been abundant-1 I -Your reader"m this section note with resident of Tallahassee died iu Atlanta, I.' '
z I demonstrated within the few: I I Get on the 5th iusU Barber Saloon ,
LI'.WALLEditor. ly juut years :'t pleasure the various) com/nunieatious, editorials ,
the lion. II. I.. Mitchell Jiul-e of
; .. .. ters especially here in South Florida That this State will result in giving us a better ,
V TA1\JPA: Fr A ; -th' Stale Florida, for Polk County, I : SHAVING MIAM1XXHXU. HA IK CUTTING
-' S|.i-inV Term A. 1). 187$. From IViwaeola AJvantv.yiintleniMcolA ,a Aeries of'r.tilwavs will be needed to fully mail service than torm JJJ' and bKKXNlNt in tlw 1.\TI'T h1'YLI. I

_t SATURDAY_ .V V __ APBIL37:V=- : .:t ,,::4-IBJB.' -,. : The Grand Juror. of theState of Florida, > Oilers.' I develop this part of the }"IUH'r.Stlte i* too hi-Floritl iu Iri-h New Potatoes York. are Strawberries selling .atll 7;. : would.n'ptttfuU'solicit :.lal..f! l'lui II"l'IWie" nRl\Iltf. -

Official Organ for the 6th Judicial, Circuit. 'iipanueK-d atul t-worn to enquire into the We have said that Tampa were to try i i self-evident! to admit of argument. on the pi nUll Tall" March :!:1 Urn' J .

: .., .. ., r:,' ; : ,body'ofthe County of Tollc, at sail Term in the experiment of drawing her Mipplies from I great question, really)' seems to have settled '!ll'\'nt. $1 j Il'r 'Iunrt Cuciunbers $3 jserdozesi. \-3. -i: ,. -
I6J''" AflBuhi Letter O'1ld I* M-nt ..c.Ih. ,'
this their, final presentmentould acknowledge -: the Wcjtia this port and wore to employ down to the queried( of when, where, how and II
.W.d ) anagtr-C'oiuaiunu-aiiunH Ac.: to -One Alston lui hl"'I trrtCt at Cedar fE
her ftcamcr* in ruuuiug betwetii the two i the road* be built. Of f :
the km ln.af courtesies secured
.-' tmtv'tHall < and )whllulal I I Keys for robbing an insane man named Collins '
y -. -. the hands of his Honor H. I... Mitchell, our points she would, probably tin
:; Route froui, Dartow ,to Orlando. veryorthy and impartial' 1 presiding Judge.:: ll'r\llt, make the exiteiimeiit 1 a pcimanout'cuterpri.e. : on all these]x>iuls: hence a delay hut some $JOO: ) ) iu money. LiBoot -

Icu. ;I1.. H..).I. DwitkouVIUtFOdUCM1: into We also desire that our State's Attorney, In making this avcrtion: we til.our citizens here f''l quite interested iu a -Tll' mime of Thomas 10u. has been V .;

; .the,! Jlouse. qf Representatives: oa the llthust (LJol. .5. M. Sparkmau, for Jii< attention! to his were tint oblivions- tho advantages: po' ;M'ss- : recent communication recommending. a road I til' Senate: for (,. ) St. \ UgUSlisle j I and .

; V. f petition for the above route. Its establishment onerous duties, and particularly for promptness ed by New Orleans as a .point of exportation from Live Oak to Tampa to which wo 1\ also the name utVin.. Thompson for ,i iI -

: .is important ami .it should be made with which he has met the demand of' for wi",'teiu produce: ; nor to many npiKircnlly ;i iserious goat), and would Miggest that a branch running )- I Register of Land Otlice at G.lil1l'it'. I Ii !:.:I. IlL'I'I'J'' \* noiitK-s. I ilic I |1skiie| | Wfii *vr gotsituek I ."g. t'al iQ; 'lli"I'.n tn1,, '

: a.hack Ji1e.as well. the cue already between this irand shall IK and 'I Abjections which might be urged |! down through Clear Water >cninulaterminating i! -Jonn Simon, indicted for rape by Circuit n It bI': :lol' in .t j
jos .! Jury, lorn:; kindly ; | Court in 11-cambia wa found guiltyand >S, uu'L l i it i>r-MUtl{ ''I.'!w 11 Wt1 front namCiu.iseati .
this place aud Bartow. South Florida remembered by this hiKl '. Thc Bar togetherwith ugaiiii-t the uccc'$s of any utuiertakiu:; caleu- : : at lloco Ciiga i wluh be very be county [ .-'wt aiitl tli-vit\ | ('h.,' : /
) sentenced to hung : soou as the Governor '
: L r FU. Jan. 1 )I" I
V stands greatly in need.of better maihf& it- all officers oi the Court is entitled to hated to bring IVn.-aeola in antagonism a.. a |i I: desirable and well latrUlil'1 Then would i.ll'* the wanant for his execution.Mr. : ol" --41: i.- ,- VliNTotice

:. ties than.are: now provided, and it ,it oorliuulyaot l our thanks for kindness during our delivcration market with her gigantic neighbor.:; The1 1 I many' I't the now) \1l.Ht hUIJ" be l't'rl. [ C. rokaw, conductor on I tO Tiljve the Cel'HI". --
much of :Florida ifclegatwu'ju weight of 'ucl! objections to thenurprie we !i I i after would arise aud the \lltl
{ eJ[>ectiDg too our *. ;; sought villages : the J. P. it was seriously injured '! : lSIJaH\:} : <4ker tLtjjt'tl l at the door

) : CongifeiS!\! to .use their utmost cudiaron \Vc J'O'rtt"en'l> exceedingly the heavy advocate, is not to be i ignored, I but in con.-id- ''neck i \\ouKlul-o l'oulriLuleIUL: of line by )1 Hairua.J mahl"l between two cars at'' NOTH'I'" 11 111 .I.r I cottage on CratvtiiI .

i? ,11 n luurc I t them. : ,supplied.\ The- j iconic* Inroads made upon our county's reputation criug; a (mention of ihii kind, it dix-> not so ,: fruits and vegetable to the steamers plying Live Oak, and died from the effect* the following ': nntl Ilwl! ul l"n'II'ryl""h'llu who| :lia\i- !not |1'.1 for l hy ialr11"s* \ u ,tn'llr the wo-

; sboyU Dot Le.backward'in letting their \\anu and mural by the repeated commie-ion oi. much behoove us to compare the abtiaclcapabilities I fr'll Tampa II New York or New Orleans, day at Tallahassee.The I htiktat' fc.r the year iJiTjj 'f on him or done hie -4

V be known by vetitio'. I the highest crime known to our bonks sauce' of New OrUanand! I l'i'acola, o to t the interior markets O\l the railroad. Key Wesl I)5patch docs l not .I'rl l In 'imiil l>\mild lime ur 1 I K-vv$."ttXtt1-.dJ.saL'p'JIfltWent v

V .. .r- as to study :comprehend, their ropcclixc the l lo.,. of the Agnes of the fast .1
last iuee the Grand be .
Several fruit maill I\'ume:
our meeting, or Jury ; growers here are not to ltll'I'r j if be smelled ofhi-'hst- -
1? V I1 r Steamer Valley 'City takes the place capacities -upply what ,i is: wauled iu this It savs. that hH IM )years old, l'lull .\iriI. a
a..4cuibled into and for the
: to enquire bodyof contented with the alone but are experimenting -
oiaugc. w the dour III
of the cochran thU week ; the latter'. "u. ill not steam more than 7 knots per I hour. ---- open :
particular -lullct!
V V Lug ."- DedAr Kcy Journal. titiscounty.It ) with othe: good l things as well, such vessels as the Lucy I'. Noti
up. feels; her i isolation. Cut oil from Ii"llch1lls .
well is': quite au ancient and true maxim, Tampa and I we Ir in future articles to write up Henderson of Tumpu to ,
1Q1UvUrWI.Li., as a* people, are uoUiriqys \\i ) > : mi tsrdI '
"That certain anti puuUhmcnt is the riviy cotnmunieation with the centres of I of these their theories l>crform the scr\ iee. BylnTI I, ."a .
.for miking te&a of theiaselvcs, and our speedy I ) some I gentlemen t I grove?>, I t.I'IIe c. V
trade, the is looking around her 1 for au a\eii- donnish rounty, 1 ii1 rephea:ud u be-
: Cedar be only preventive of crime.c would' stiggc. |; a" b\. this wo keep po-tcd! -Tho following; : were I the oflicca elected \i le
t Keys .111rl'l'uls.
to IL
cotemporary: appears ex I tlav of is 7Ji, I..f.r.Ih".N 4 _
: .tremely fortunate!: iu this) re-poet. When .->t to the olfi-'ials of our county and Circuit: ue by which i he may at t the >:iiiie time -pecd- in t\ hat our horlicultuiUl- doing.I by the Suite )Medical Association at the recent ill the 1')11'; f Taiti1s.i| "$5I5I5 use l It'gIt hoursul 1' "

together with all good and! law abiding citi- fly draw her Mipplie' i from the cheapest and I : meeting) for 1S7S-D : .ivll at 1'iibluoutcry! I Infi>llo"iiig J.I\I.! livloiigi
Cedar Keys (:"ereu: able to own a .f-l.ca.nicr ; I Oranges still continue to be shipj>ed V D. of tl use hl'lr.sit Krantvi I.INKwil I : he II | uf V
bej-t market anti place: own ptodurtionwhen -> Murrav, Key
that cau go out of her mud puddle of a bar zeus that the ouly s-pecilic remedy can not be there i is the irreati: t demand for them. 1 away each week, anti will barely get clearedInun \\.1'lhleut-lr. H toe X JI | of Svrlinii 24. Touii-Iup I 'Ji', Ntiuh ofi.oi'e V
: : 0 lvi-1.: theV 1 of X U" 1 <>f Svvliuii .
bart wild be time for the journal luau to applied} too soon. ; 1 Her people a No understand that the ditlR-nl-i I the eon: ut iv before; lemons and melon-, : :'. :111 of Kna-te tt 21 I Ku.: .t.Ttriui ':"', '

'. make remarks about those of other ;places.Bat We dl-covw that our public roads are iu ty of communicating; with the re-t of the will be on baud; aud demand the shipjK-r's- of ,, C-li-l'i ( : .-r II|>jv |tot li"',.

(Tampa's steamers we would like tO.z. wretched condition. Some excuse: lroWC'CI'I I world which for year* has been a characteristic I attention.: I mote it [be'however. i I 't'olli"il'"ll ill\'lIt-Hr. C. \V. Horsey, l-ih V 7s.J. M 1_ (. .ATiirA'ircApril i >"nulill.iul 4w.r.
uii'urded to officers having chaige thereof of TampuVs: .,-ili"II. has retanlotl the of FefuLJhll. .
know where Cedar fiut mail service - -- -
Keys' lo by the protiacted ''drenching rains which for I growth of that part of Flori.la, and that it i i. !> -Thc n't''u rains. have cau-cd! the lange t'l'rl'tlr-H(. J. Y. Porter,of Key West. Noticd

r' Cuba would be J Probably ou tho U-ach aMopquito 1 folly to anticipate any niateii.il advantage gra:-"is to come out with a tropical In xuria lrenstirer-1)r. ,I J. 1). Fernandez, of Jacksonville. VI.

r Inlet. some' time have, and still foutinue imieed to I'' from immi-rtalion; unle&s! the path for the immigrant i ice, and fat: stock u is a natural cihi "c
:V .. ilood our coulIlry.s soon as the >ca.".on ;; to puu-ue i 5reu< red I aeceible! to Thl following | by the president (\S.\'I.U: Fu\ } ..
; e.-ie' ; ially our so called country. ull"illlICUt .) -J' IS.
: .I: 1!: Florida District Fair. will permit the work houhl ('ullim lIl'e. It I him. It is: in view of these! and tttlur Minilar l'ult-hi wore ZLH non I.rcl ; : -V a

ft.r- The First Annual. ir with the above title t-cems to us that our County Commissioner*:, con.-iderations that: IVMi-'icola: ha- the! :n,,-urance i -We are -orry' to rccor 1 :calamity which Delegates to the AriaricaisIedieni A*.>- X.ltli.Ilint. I h\in Iy, ;lietit t'liitrsaI John .it tltt.t Oil" tut1'niry I ,

0 to solicit attention to her rlaiiii: <, :Lt1kint tlie 1! befell our friend J. .\. Matchett, resulting in ciation D.ictors, II. P. Daniel, J. M. Cam, .\.1|.1.J. i' itttaiitls'iitiig( "1fl4 1 ,a..liu..t:,' : Xt7'J ldluUI dait'tI
? 9.U: I be,>> 9jxyicd ne tt. Tuesday, April 30ih, aQaiucsville the Guardians of the interest of our county ,,, .
I of all others for South Florida! to look ; the death of his youngest child. J. Waktlicld, It:: T. Sab.il, and J. A. Davidson. i January l 1:11! I:;(;, ni'"'lli > j of S I: lanil S *
and coutiuue May J 1sr.1! l ami 31. have indulged in reiui-suess ot duty iu the to for what it mor-l! nerdAs -. I secussV I X 11: J ." 't'li.u >, ii)>\l ,,iip! C>0 Sotllh. IkJUgO t:'U
the little had
JV.LV1M.S been organized with tbe following ofli drawing; of the Jurors at the time required) I : compared with New Oilcan, l'.'n-aco- that boy w.\.lert'tl out to : Committee on pullil'atills-oCllr, C. J. 'I ILi-i.: iu I llill-l,iruii<;li ti.u.uy, Fhi, with, a., ;xvw lothci"iiuill.ilioi I

all : President, Th & F..Kiug, Alachua : by law which: is iIiCXl'l,-.-ahll'. I I la l'\llI1vlll.I\\' claim to be the ('h\'ap.ot: mar-: smallhallow I I I pond I mar by IH Sunday morning s Kl'l\urihy"\. Wukd :hl anti H. noLil-1! lurol'v. --Uul.I.1 of "ai,1 aM.entry-ir oil; liiolih iho ,'uiII'lni daY| vf,'Mav are, J

I-: Vice-PresidenU-, John T. Lcf-ley! of I1il1-hor- It is .to be hoped that from this forward, in I, kct on the! ( ul1.Vith( the cxee1ttiols perhaps ; and childlike, was enjoying himself by ;,; son. I-7S at U1 o't l'I'1.\. M..i. re-|"'ivl aiivl fumi h
oftheMngle! article of lloiir, ihue !i.; in tho Hut treacherous CommUtcc ou aceouiits-Ioetors Knight, i 1.1
wading :11011 water. :i : : (I 1 tt'411i1ts11V 't''r\il > nUl.1 al'\.loUI\'II.
: ough ; Col. Maloncy of Ke West ; B. A. view of I the comm.iu interest i of the county, I: .
; the : and t' : C'lcr! tsf C'iixuil
I scarcely unything t'U\'tl'l't by gt'lh'riltlrlll hole in the and when found, life Perry Uurrough j I Jt.f'r'm. UnllII : .Vurt
: Coachman,. of Levy,; Dr. II. T. Lykcx, of I they will IKJ more punctual ill the dischargeof ; wl tern produce, which i. not purchaable \\lo way Committee on ethics-Doctors Sabal, Shine, I I 1 Tampa, F..riI.I.; V

: Heruando ; Col. C. GHlrington! of Duval : their l'"c have had no time to I .- in New' OiKanat an appriciahle figurc was extinet. The bereaved family: .have the and I Hentz. i I J. .\. I.KK; }-ui-u-r.i
V ; L'l, lUvlti-r.
V i ani'l A. Sf:an, of Nu*>au ; G. W. Keep, ofMarion I give attention to the records of our county, ; less; I than our merchantan afloid: now il sympathy tIt the t'ltill community) in theiraflliction. I I Orator for the next J\'Ctillc-Vr.; J. I I. .

; J bn.Jlicliard. of Bradford ; A. S. but indulge the hope that uothiu is waulingon toell it :;t ; the difference i in,.t gnat, lout i Kimball, of St. Augustine.Chaiiman ShorUfs f Safe.BY : .
V it i* a diflerence, and wv are! free to admit it. I of committee on medical topo-
IJoBle of i'lay G.; W. A. ilclUe of Put- the part of our gentlemanly Clerk, deputy -Tll question of building :new school U I .
". ; I Na-h\ille, flour, however in l'I..be'IIII'III'C i ) of grlph-Dr. J.P. Wall.Chairman \.I ILLIV: of authority vt-U-d in me ly .
j -B4XO, fcec rtjy. D, S. Place, CorniKhdin) Clerk and Treasurer in the {icrfonuance: : of i the !shorter di-tam-u for which it pays fieight: being agitated: in this community, nut we :.I of committee ou epidemic di-cas- eUiliou i 44ltvtI l ('l -f autl' umU r the M-al siCtilt ;
: he functions of their be obtaincil here what I tni-t I ill accomplihedfact. Dr. J. D. Mitchell.Chairman | I'rl'llil.arl of Moiinv I "nnl'. :t.iIe of Klori- VI
Secretary, .. 1* Cessna. Treasurer, J. B. reflective }position* can at figures; snm<; ti" ht'11Ime.1 e :I, ulitroinVilli.ini M.( IAlit ih Ii j* anti
Mathe!*>n. Geuejrul iSuperiutendcut, Col. Colcjotigh Vs a hotly ue \\uul.I\lI upon all the Court le>s, than the -ai.ie ;gradis IIf St. I/,ui* llotii\\ i Nothing; speaks more in favor of n of C\.lllUitl't on endemic ihisI 10--11 i.l. J. 1'.uZ.rVttI. It it.I.iitt. 1.laintit, t' '.
V are wild at in New ( )Oiltan and this: too in for ) to : Drew, Jr. j 1 will; .ii!> r lor-.ilr a' jnilliiouicrv; ." il. front of .
various their community) as place: new l'a-t's-l.
A.'t L. IL Barnes. of grades, otiieei.s, with the : locating : I,
; Sup't, I face: .,f the fact: that New' Oilcan-)i : i (:he largct ; I t lio! < .C sri I llo-i--: itt" r. iu lll'O I IjIIsI.rsssiti }
i.'fhe Premium liat w about likv that for the rood people tlf our county: to join us with I! flour maikct in th! : Stiuth and probablyhanille settler 1I1 i expectable school and I church I, NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. l'inui.y 1..r.I.I. .o M-.u.l.n ; 1>7S, \vilhiiitin : .,

; Slate flair. their laltor and influence to make au imrovemcut I < :i thousand. bainlwhere 1\11-1 olahaiiille ;: I building-, and I we only wish that a spirit of\ i -' i t i.niii- uf ..iL*, iliv.iiiiloitin. ,k-criLs.aI

-V r > iu the murals of our county.Aud I : ten. Thi5lw", '\'lC i i- lul within tho eiiuil.ui jn would aii-tf among) ;our country Florida !I I.in.l-: -it.Ht-il: : ; l l\ir.* ;a'lll.il; in cai.i i-Jhntv. ofIhiU.io.iUr

; The... DciJt- '. Vny to- -\ttn'rt1oc Florida. as immorality. vice and crime lvu: ti- Hue of our ar u m..ut. \V\. do !not pr. I fe.v to people, aiul that :desire; not to bo eclipsedby Lad, I TIiv| ol ilwjKT.. I : to-.v. -,lilji 2J -. rani li)

.,t jit bus.been suggest. **! to us by a gentlemaufyom ute the ::'Cour which is generally the liar- I be!points:a market(.:\.t of, us bul't: on the! do Gulf l.laintllltr.r: we can\ '/funiihaetes all I I Tampa) cn'l, in this respect, should pre ANDEmigration ,'a"l.TltfiHi'ssia.itsnsig. >t f ".lo I MI-:ui-u-s.. :1 (o.\ -!t5:1:" iy ". raiig19
'oj the: ,.North ,that tile b \\l.tu: advcrti.ePqrida jiuger of the ruin of)good! governuienl, let us i to a i inaikct width i is c'hnlPI'J' than Itcpl'l.tflly your.-, ta-', oiiii.ouiii.-: M .ur .

(, V would be by : sending to tonic of the invoke the blcx-ings of the Judge J of I the high I New Orleans or any IIllIt'l"I! ,1 1 ci y, I _._ r elt TY-- I.\Ki: Agency. l'I't-I.I"r.'i.I.iinii.i- i-ujol t itoj.('.ti'iv-"tt. 1. tit.ii-li} !|I 29 r.a V "I'J V

V principal l cities,.assorted selections of our fruits: :Supreme: C\ UU of the Universe upon all our hum111I..11 !:ll'lhl'' can directly \r\ttt\ ; '1 lu1 itt J t.t.:.5 *'t'. :1 ,,\it-5.ij :*., ; 1') "
: (:aXlIU I. aws. .
that tho-e ... sihs "a-l. .' l-l '. ,
&ud other productions to be kept on exhibition efforts to improve. We! aUo rerpcetfully 1.\I' ( \i r : tll' r I ( "; .un' \[:
I Governor: ( Mo-cs ha- surrendered TluIK-] of .l" i .t-. 2 -II- -Jy -._ W V
natiou! fr'1 first hand: oiur uii'l'! tit hx- ') ) 1"1 : l-zsngv
.in Exposition buildings with \\hich recommend au adjourned Term of this Court No. 19 University Place, ":LL t ",!.li"il" :Ib 1.4. (
co.-t than by : other route tl.ut caub- to ( :)verlIur 1 Hampton on requisition _.
I II : .: i'J-I:
I ) I !i ui :t-ti.-pn! > >4 of <;u-r.u L many of the l larger cities arc Fupplicd. ThUsuggestion to convene the fir t Monday in June iuxt.We named. jHy I made 1.1; him. i-fy l Tho| nl ity .
I li.I1''lli.u. .ivc llin,1 j
is ,evidently a good one and well believe the interest of the countv demand diicct I'm/ the di-tauce baween 1\1"\1: -Tll Committee of Ways :and )h':1I., by out Iiy 1.llilif.: ntinnu-y. 1n Ir"l..r. kilv l ...l-!;

i. worthy coosideratiou; aud! we wouM rc- J'd- it. \\Y...,1 the I publication of( this I : present.meat l'l.b-nUI I Tampa: i* i ill ruiiiKl l :ii iul4.. .5 h., a majoiiiy) of one: ha"c'I': '1 that if the in. New York. [till,til.L-t JVM I ftir litl\-. VI '
I hundred : fifty mrre.le, -, t than tlie ti I-taint' i iillt't.u I II. !:-\\c' ( iiI7.
i. fully ask the Scmi-Aunuul meeting of the in the ScM-vxn Tuint'xn and I .I.t1l/11''" I \ll > 1'.11 1:1: hIt' a"Jll'.I.' it .shall not go into d.I i
; and Ni Oileantlie)
p Fruit.. Grower*' As niitioii, whih convents. (i 1(1ian.( V Tampa t'\ ; i I;.t'llltil .1 I :). r.oii-.i| sIarrPi I PJ 1 ln.. hHitr i
in (frl.iht Na-h- .
t c |a Gainesville tie first of next month, to tiLe: AI.UXAXDKK: S. JOHXS.OX: ; (yule'tll-ulc.l to thi place tran-jMirting at I til proent time flol. i is fn'l I'' Senator Katoii say.- Governor I llendriek- ('Ilrt'-I"'I"I'I"'t'-i i.:inil tonil.i i. Rtitiito. \ l\\itli |Iarli.; ...-owningc.ir.iKli ;.iiii. I -- -

TV the matter into considenitiou anti try to evolve }'rcmall Grand Jury.. three to th.C'lly", and, without goin.r into details t has: the in-ide t track for the Presidency,. adding -- "

I. oy t of;.t'80i e.practical cicthod' of putting it State of Florida! we can s-ay m.i-t confidently! that the i 'IIII h in Wa-hington, City they.are August Peterson I
-urn of the original co-t \riou.. moving) 1 HI'\1 I and earth for 'hlrl:1II. ,
into exccu oD,. 1'olk County. tl ;
ductiops of I the \\\.t WII'I by 11-\1 -I lleeeher write the ;
tdiHI'l1 \ to kJ: tAtib'H
Xl'\ ti' : '
I Such a practical.-tem advertising would This certifies that the foregoing i is a true lt'ln'011
hl'reilh the added, t; I
I freight :\\i Il' 'ts In York ; ; confronting :; confession Practical Pointer 1it I
do.inorp good? convincing lK'UpJc.of. capabilities cops of the original now on tile iu mv oiiie.W. be. appreciably le.." thal! th ,-\! j-amo: ptndic-J: I' \\ it.jIII'au ZthI's utile 1I'lili:4 Ellhth': I I : letter fl

1' of tic State than all the lecture) or IJ. VAKX, Uti't'.l under I any cireum-taims: be purchaedforiu : tl I",-cs: "J] lil'dar' her to ) iIUIl'l'Ut of the
V i li; VVK: In inform use t.hilt'no 1.tinis.i\
New; Oilcan--. I In |
Mippmlofi' i Bl'.tiS V
that delivered Clerk Ct. Ct. Polk Florida. ;
descriptions might e or pub- Co. great tran-grw.-Io.i.: \icinilv ihit: hii i- now I io1'AlNTlXt ,
:, (
this would call attention! to tilt tad, t that 11.t'lntlll
)Jished. Let the Fruit-G towers' AxiociutiouderiM April 17th l 1878. our larger we merchants have almo-t c'.itinly, j!I, -Brll'I'1! of 1 :Mi i --i-.ippietenlay; ; presuite I ami I in all ilo l.r.nu l'itiiii.---t ht.-I ;ir.,>!inii t'.trri.ifjii I'

._1. the method! endc have no doubt but ___ rUt. -V l'l'\"t'llll draw UMHI| New (Orleans) : for; the !I l to the Senate a iKtition of citizens: ofhi- l'zIser1iIligil1i.Oran""lal 1:1 in the 'Ir.I<,. :1.1'I t.r1t1

t. < )ithat: all pf.the local and county organization- ..-(ll'ltiCinsclC11)h'cl l"y thc tatt 3It'dlc.il I: line of supplies:: that we allude! to, anl; 'I au ;, Stii\: ( praxing that t the tax paid, ('" cotton in i'my'\ -:irin 1:UrsI|n- :Iradil..1' ('. I Ik- 'imaX t'I

r. of the eame or kiudred nature, will heartily Association .ConcerningtItot ., the ca-e in the matter of flour aio actually I I the years I l.si;.")-lM; ;j-lj-Ii<; ;s I be i retnrmil! to the (II ettIItt. 5 hi, \11'ilh 11"111.:lhl! ::1''Irlt";-% V
Fever.A I at New Orleans States .i in whuh i it was collected I, i if not claimed J M. (;ir.iiniiiir. Sigh i ii ami Oni.itiifiil.il I..illil-I I1st
join incarrying it out. >elliiig figure "I[ 'i.lh'r; >hoi Ma-oiiie' Hu;
_\. regards the matter of fruit hhipment in t three \eai.-: : ;: [ il I; '
dieuioii' on the subject of yellow fever '
V T.oiii.i| Ike. I.>, 7;. lr."M. I
: ; JIUI.ro'lu I uuls. then took place and! was participated in hv frllaulla., our i>orl oiler.-. :till ;gieattrin- -I latest: di-pat('he' say that lii-mirck: ha - "
f .' Doctors llaldniu I I)aiik 1. the cstahiMuiu-ui uf 1 for Congns \r C. 15i.owN, :JOHN I It. "'.
: :: Kobintoii: Murray, : t'mlnl 1'1 ( '"-I'll'111'I resume "negotiations: I :\ l tU\:
We call *
the attention of our readers to the Ken worthy, Kimball, llor.-ey, ,Sabal. I'aimer catn>n.As lvlmlli-I ,on con-litiou that lie I be simultaneoulvoliritetl

I report of the'committee on the i improvement and Drew.The ,. we have already s-aiil J\'I .\'o : .. : so to by .\I"lriEI:. lall,1 and Brown & Swingley 1'a'
V of the coast, lands. of South, Carolina.: Motft committee! on resolution! regarding nearer 1.\ about one hlil.h't..l and fifty mih-. !!:1' lu--ia.! I It i is: feared 1 that Iiigl nut! will not

i I ., 9.n.be'V. J lands, of East and South Florida are yellow fever, submitted the follow I)r. I j to Tampa:L than New Oi)bans. i iand ,)rail ,. ague to thi.
)i lllrr.1CIIIC f the committee, dissenting to ) :l..II'il.I.ui l ., Cil.illla\i\I .uhllll..r j jI I II Irl.t'r :i
<> ; ; i :;
J In the of the
V pery jfinjihu'to the laud: of the, cust I eglunsti Fiit-t-While abundant evidenceiu: of'I \ dti. i; all.llt -l'\1 or eight : \'ie\s"II t |Mt-tiliiIity t pangebv : LAND AGEN'S :

'r : V South: : t PAroVut and Georgia! nud it i isV the importation! of the )'dlo'l'r' f poi-oii 1 hours tf New Orlean- ;-tlu. we may ;: ; Congre.,.ioiur( of'" I Internal, an inci'me! tax law, the (, .>IIImi -
:- taking
therefore probable that the, Fame -yutenj omanuring Vet grounds: are not wanting: to make it ughI :aythat, otlar thinghti.jg i t jual, Ilf twoMiipnu the HC\'IIIt steps I Ii
to :a-n'ltail fl'll _' rLOKlltA,
" 1 t' and cnltivutiou ',hiel.i:4: foutu!, } I ly probable that yellow fever may al-o be of :; Ito of oranges from Tampa, (lit toi i'i' the what l.tlll'l.tor' 1'.J1"
if suitable and! tillu- ;i New Orleans and to 1..Il."la. the one :thioiighout country) \xlr
tit )
t Iot origin, atmospheric tlC
: 1 I
;. beneficial i 1 there., will also' }prove etjually >ok nil condition cxi. : /O.nltl the latter place I be delivcted in wlul.II I I be. requireil to carry such a law into i ,V I LI4 give i hjHti.il altiniinii to all l>u.inw

i' -1 here.! Tho vetch!.or parti Hge jeafc i is a !!)Ou- :. .' 'l'l.mtl-lhnL.i .n.: <.it t..w KU-ceptiiile.. oi ft tnuiportntjou |j any' one of (the above I named t':11 .citieat Kali :It: fleet.I I II I :1,1 4s'siI 1 in: tlu-ir l hI.in\ : tho line of i hlyilL V

I V faneoufl! pnxjuctio9 of our bandy land* nUll I by v t-cl--&, {penonor: things from one i i tvtiitv-tir hours s :ahea l of that sent to i the i iI I -Tho i.i-pateh: : of BriliJ troop from India ;,:,.\.11/:: 1\:J..T.loC.l:1: lrnO :. t J0 .1.-f ,

V !the commgn i pea grows as well here as any locality If) anoj.ht.-r. I 1 C're.-ceiit City, and at rates somewhat cheapcr to Malta: 1 i- tho liil topic of tlieI"/-j'', =1.\1: l..\:I j S .\t'., o. i il I llilUU.roiigli I ami tin-(

V j V :where eke. Marl i is to l he had! in abundance Third -Thai tho clothing "f. infected JHT- I ht'l'U"l: of the hortcr di,-taice: to be (ra-: :'': ion iu I)lilIllIti. Supportcts! of the govern- I n.lj.illl I. ) -. =[ivx-i.il rcl.rl.Ut. givtisrojiirtil. whvn -

and where sons, or of healthy I {P TI-OIM having communicated j ver-(-d.I 1. '! mont icgard it only aa proper measure ofprecaution I | 40if.( I _
n places not readily -- -
many! procurable with infected! {places or IHTSOIIS: may I The.-e! aie a few. of I the I eoiuideiationwiiiih I I I while the opponents) look \1"1| itt HTT7LAWLER. "" "

r. we do not see why limo cannot l he iimtun infection. to other places or perom.Fourth I' pn>inl tlicm-vhen, to oiu who contemplatesI : another step in the development! (of a warlike I P/iW

.I .substituted' in tuakiug the a.h comound.} -That infected. pcr.-cua; may: infectother I relative 14.Itll"%.. ofTampU; and I 1 iVnacola. policy. The government i i.* active in

.: i .. :Wo welcome this. report} as lieatiig that jivrsonor places, Nature in L the! its i-i practicaj Shoving frotiji- and shipSTATI -. GENERAL COMMISSION ERCHANT
; bie outlet for the of i __ __ ,
j a largn territory
': Fifth -That if places'! weic movable like priNluee --
he of the South who best : .
l people arc ncI -
ms (which ii true of shipbe) I i to the IlrtIIH. .t ofu*, and it'a demand is I : M\VS.
I uat4} with. the capacities and wants of the por-< literally ': 77, 7u II !si 1 anil 8S r :TLK.STKk.hn-, Latc, Xiwl.
f } lUg infected, they would impart the ..1i'ea.eto ; made through us t for that produce, it \\l be ) wants Mammoth hotel. I
I :
#oil,,tf9 Atrakeuiug to the importance( of theAgncultural other places in bitiiiciently "cjo-e proximi-i 1IIIUn.trL1llllat as :1 |poill of !lill"tl iclu .-\ ,) hear l'>%lrv, New l rli-.ia.-i.
jlfw.I"et.s! of the country, aud ns tr I 11.'a-I, we pove-,, no\II's | I I -Gov. Colquil of Gco., i is on a"i,-it l.J ,)

V jfurther; shouingilmt. the South is emerging Sixth_That if introduced into n locality any |IH rt on thin (;Jnlf. South Fon.1 is ile.tinul '- Jai ,-tll\it'. &i&WLrt'i&fXSiViuuAiMlVfi&
) \
froui_the dep' reioii i produced} by the war andemancipation. where favorable Kinitaryonpiiloii- ( tlouiUhingI -I D. L. Yulee is expirimeiitiug) with the -()- Wa& & 3JmWiwm.
propagation and extension i is uot probable.Seventh region fc'mco the I war it I has math I no iueoiisidirahh .
) I I Phonograph.The
4 ; !. :Thu good. .result would have -That it is ab-olutely necessarythat ? progre.v, but until it brought. in II country from lron-on( to Cedar For me sale a of! northern and western produce, V but ifynuU
.ceJng I 'since:, however: if the Southern perfect Miuitaliou nt all svu-ons should. ; i direct c'olla.t will the f.l.f tinwoild.. unI Kt.ii undir oa their tails
water. ,
.f peoJcii) iI. not I been crushed anti l robW by be enforced in every Southern c l\'. I flil it 1)011" -omething 110"1 than a brrLiize.ir.i1'i .. : I IPL
all to that poition of -The colored of Monticello have A (tlMilll' o&' i iis: .' ." .! httiikr-oii $s'le Ofl a gui
Eighth-i'hat vcmtls arriving from : ril l'ol"lr.tl 'LLItt :
fbe rwop'truction measures ot I pf the_ Federal 111'llt' ee and swe*:t; but
,," .. which mu-t look for its eventual a in the Indies S uth Anieiicn onrani/cd
( .t > i ON 1IAXU
any i port I : :
V (JJoogrwf of 168. So much for lie restitution i < AL\\\S V ,-V 5 __'t at you woi.-c Slur
; north of the 4Uth tlegree of south latitude, or <'.IIV!) only expect to hope, and tom i I I \
rule I:1 r\!h'rrr (feati\al for' the aid of i ti ii ia IL ( <5 ; they're headVut -
: of Louie by tbo rccnt adiciu to- i of its while tltht.c'I'lilll"l
t. V from the wot coa-t of Afril'llul'iut: the tl.day t.liIY tlc.rrell. Chln.in are common at Jacksonville..Jackonvillo I'ORK, BACON, LAUD to bdkvtany-

!: tion. _ suDiiiier: or autumnal month-', be thoroughly; 1! "\ lulllt.arr so fa\'orltl by l'ro\id- % J ) 1 ) I fshe knows it"t
by ; march of ;.'. is making war the
V iufected aud subjected to :i quarantine of l'll' pans 1 rl Ul"H little
;: "V Professional Kudorseuieut. thirty' days.NithTliat. - II hog and I cattle that roam her streets. KLOUK, CORN, OATS, 0's: women, if V
Maker U' 4 thi>n nor
I ..Dr. John P. Wall, one of the most eminent the landing ballast from STMR. LIVY I). Mi LI.Il-l'11i4: splendid -TII National quarantine bill! has passed ,tthe 5lCVlT. Thal'sHarrness

r, Fhraiciana iu Florida, has become Editor i- !any vaK-1 from any of the altovo\ ports bo new leam.-llip arrive! here from New York I the 'lU\1 ansi! will\ pus the 1Loue.Lilehinsa's : IHt.\X, HAY, CORN MEAL, tMi,.t, t :n' Oncu when htlais

I> 0 SHNLAND TKIWNE. In strictly prohibited. I on: Thursday moruing hut, and created quite| Dr. houc robbed in he fuisL at the esni. 'chair o lse'tI mist
; V )iu new enterprise he i is: holding up the rtaudird The re-solutions were adopted three members -t a fciiaation among our |Kople.. She i is \\ : was Key) sS4)li l4 tort, ri-aslY to slit as mail at hsissi.
West aud I ) iu taken
/ of the profession, and at the same time i is ,voting iJi the' negative.With I' adapted for the Mail Service between this $ltJ' money therefrom. lOT.'OlOXIOX8., BEANS.U Iii.. Itw. ItIIsalill5, of like bin V

: : ;educating the people to respect the- opinions the exception of the 8th resolution, and Cedar Keys for which "Ih' has Iwu clmrterwl -A I/Htrry man! offers: Jacksonville: 8-00 I (It'll Is., isroitsilIv., $II1S11r Itrislir.I It' ksps, when e'I o avItit.si V1.tatlsir

:, i ,4 educated physicians. Good result will the above is a tolerably fair expression i of the Ii and will greatly: benefit the traveling for permi-sioii to roll the wheel iu that city.A ) FllUIT, Etc. f $tirrnpt, *irtaltglIIs tirtI ,. kSunday, and
: 'follow such a counc.-Yirgiu Medical She i is frt.: :! burthen schooner
.J ) tons named Johnson V V V -V V 1flCVsII *
views of majority of the better informed luh1t. mal wn.kit"lnt
'" t f- tufltUy. : state rooms; to accommodate He sCaisli ) "iST
2' : : '. with.ulplo : Chatlahoocltcc. was run over ( Valuable Place fdS'C'. i
V .. class of 1Ill'tlicallll'n relative to the origin I (
"" 40 passengers, and I draws near 10 feet traiu. V.L.*Lrun. slUt a 5 5siitainiisg

V. -A. Oakey Hall'' New York du-jAtch tojtlle and spread. of this Southern.. pestilence. With I I water, with steam. windla.-s tVe. her cargo: capacity -The first of this vanctsl on all Con-ijnn,(Not IVrisliaMe.) ( I5 () acres of j goissi l |>!ne 1a3, h of her _
; f 4 the pine apples )years crop \t orange* Im*-11 W of which mv now t%
: :. Washington says news comes thorough diaisfectiou f.hip! ( and! i is bOOt bbls. quite enough forthe traile. ,
from cargo big- A i.* received at Key'est from I *'3,00Vl.( or lie MIIIO |>lovtt willi liO acnm a '
\ffiClaIlOurce undoubtnl
of Il'y
I authori- Capt. Miller deserves the and thank- hdlC
p V gage, and proper scggrcgatlon aud detentiqi'scperately ( support : Orders/ Ittspectjully Solicited and filled atluicctt for IOUOO. Thin flacu i is Itx-aUil in 1k heat
'tj that more than ten thousncd Southerners of : on the Gulf, for hiJ untiring Water Mclivmmile* from liar View onl Olti
9 V who fought in the late war have offered their quarantine stations of the sick c\rlll'ro a steamers, to Chickens are bringing, 87 and '88 per prtct >a, anti 4)) mile from Clear WaUr Hull" It k' VvatiMi _

; enrices to the British Government .in the anti unacclimatcd 1 who; have been cxix> ed to long needed! necesaiti, of the 1111the dozen in Key W( ( 2"and ;ft) cents "Vrke IUItI healthy. For jmrticulan* aj j>lr atth"*VV

': pcutotawarw&ihEussia, infection, there u nut the !slightest: <' :! i lie along the Gulf of Mexico.-A"y oj Uvlf. i i Ilr do*. 'ihY. Talll", Juno I OtIs, 70. V (f I2-tt. ",



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s THE SUNLAND TRIBUNE.; Cochran tfflu Several yesterday. j passengers, among them arrived Maj on Turner the W. P.:Hendei son & Co. TJ. 8.SeniiWeekly. MAIL, BOEHM, BEND HElM. & CO.,

t. .a.KPA. APRIL' 27, 1878. of Manatee. DEALERS INClothing

._ __, "
h Throe ,
Men :Dry G-OOI" '
Arrival and Departure or tile Mulls. 143 Street SAVANNAH Georgia .
leant from Mr. Woctor who drives the Bay ,

t' Hail from Cedar Key* arriroThur.A Sunday Cr.M. hack bet\vccu.hero and Hrooksville, that last: -14
'r w .
Manatee 6 1')1 ,
"" GalnetrHle Thursday (Ci AI I I Tuesday ;ij ht a week ago, three colored / )

j I'tr "of Peaca Clear: Water Creek WLklunla Sat rda" : 6 12 r.)),I.(. I I were drowned at liar Port in Heruando Boots and Shoes, ana a ctavers of the Celebrated CIGARS ,: .

**. Pinclia fVe l, & atunlar 4 p.M. : county. It seem that a party of, five, four I II TT A

'e for- Ce4.i/Maoatca[ Key* clotsFridar" ; A A Moij.01 r 6.\,\)1..)(. I coloreil and one white, vent felling at night;: I Hats of all]] kind. COTTON BOLL PAPAGENA: WELCOME, '
M Ga1n ..:il.' Friday 10A.M. and MOiuehow the boat up.-et and three of the GOLDEN HUG HAPPY LOVERS, PANDARO,

Clear \V.ur" Friday ;.,\.>>. colored men were drowned. The names of Hardware, Crockery and Tinware Service
Peace Cjwk 1 Sunday Wed. 1: )(. MET4VEILLE, EPICUREAN,
those dron&cJ'crc Allen Friersou his ORIENTAL
; j; lncltMTn",*. A ..orill&A.( .)(.
B ill be oi," (or' the delirerr r>f mail Ivander, and Nero Evans. These unfortunates FANCY GOODS &0. / TOCEDAR GOLDItiFLEECE' NATIVE AMERICAN.: JASMINE Ac.
l' .t 11). XL..ndfrom 2 to :51\t M. every I were ,glad industrious citizens, and 1
1.. On Sunday from to 1OASf.oLZOrrc'x SOUTHERN AGENTS FOR. "
will Leelol') Ivander\ Friersou was a subscriber to thijuper. Groceries &
(( prompt- Provisions
41)L and on Saturdays .
THEy : Seidenburg & Co's. Key West Cigars C CDill's
t 1I011.\S A. CIIIRLTII, r. x. 1;. :Mr*. Mii ri': lia*ron..tmtl.\. 111\1),1&11111\1 ,
PUB in wanted in tin Millinery lint and will till unionpromptly. : v t'JA .U.fX.1 : AXD KGMOXT.

uFFiC1a- 6rr- .-Atle. New G OOdH Schofieid's & Fuller's well known Chewing TOBACCO'S, -

LODGE No 21. ter' ComniiKlure John Miller arrived HY STEAMER;

= -- :TI {J C'cl"t home last Sunday on the Steamer Cochran.
71 .,'clock at He has been in Philadelphia ever since early Received weekly, and will be soldAttractive IN ALL STYLES AND QUALITIES,
? 1. rJLJ.. COCI-IR..A.N.:
o II. L. CRANE R. 6. i iu January supsrvising the building of the LOG CABIN,

_. .. --,-l'n ; magnificent new Steamer, the Lucy) 1*. Miller[ At l?riocs. E.; RAYMOND, MASTKR. GOLDEN: EAGLE, : .
,'-6J&_ .. Y. ::i'\r. with which he arrived at the Keys on the r..iTIIK o L01' AMONG TilE ROSIN
ASQUt: ugh: Lodge Xo. 2:;. I 20th. The Commodore !looks to be iu splendid : HKJIIKST: MAKKKT' :' I'KIC:S 1'AID Leave Tampa. TUESDAY. fur Cedar: here, u s '
Leg&1ad icntion8 of this Lodge are health, showing! him to he the possessor Arrive at Cedar Ker on WEDNESDAY.Leave : : Cell> t c n 11 its & m o Ic i u sr rJP o 1> jv c (,! o.
lowed by lawjk Hall, the first and Third fiHl.tr Kv" WEDNESDAY:) : .: for Tamp,
of a physical constitution that can endure Arrive THURSDAY.iare '
Local cll month. Country Produce at Tampa on
Yearly #:standing in their Lodgesited any amount of drain in consummating enterprises I L Tampa FUUHY fur l'...lar Kevn, SolrAgfitttfor .. ITl'PAllTobacconul'suantea.* '
Arrive IViLir SATITUDAY.Ixaye -
at Key on = '
in attend.'VAC of great "pith and momcuL"P Pe All in "search .f"III.\I': (;iOOIlS would do well Cvilar Here on SATURDAY fur Tampa, rT "l FT1 1CELLENCEOF
CRAFT, W. M. most cordially welcome him homa where his to ,Eire u* n call In-fore. 1'un-hasiug. / K: .....x hen'. Arrive Tampa on SUNDAY.;: [

WM. C. BROWX, Secretary.__ pluck and! energy arc thoroughly apprecia &t+ Fresh Beef at the old stand, every For Freight or Pisssage (having excellent THE

-TAMPA- -AND VICINITY. h ted. morning except Sunday acroinmodations) apply to the Captain onboard

r By tinning cone of his attention to the JUST- -- or to THE BRIGHT NAVY TOBACCO !
1 The season for Picuics u at liaud.S&T railroad l east, it is: possible for him to become R. B. THOMAS, Agent,Tampa.

We taw a fine lot of fre 1i county the Vanderbilt of South Florida, and he is: a .\ F. ":\'t:; II. P. JES. !!.:...., M. i)., MANUFACTURED BY TILEMerchants'
man Butter W. G.
at Ferru Ferris' Agt. Dentist, Physician & Surgeon. r
opportunity. Tobacco Co. of Boston Mass. \
i t& The Dill u lookca fur hourly from

;. :New Orleans. W. W, Wall!! A e.:.., are now receiving and up i>en- SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS NEVE & JENSEN .
ins their =Spring' and =Summer htoTk of I>ry CIMM!* /"Ian: lw TeKtodliy the fartidiou rhea ew br calling on leading dealer" or a{.I'Win6 fur win pict our "i a
F !4 Q- Tie Nickel Club meets next Wed' and Notions which! they: nre selling at priersi to suit STAPLE DUY GOODS AIt"IILc fur the =Southern Statcn.verv ;
oeMUy night at Airs. IInndf rd'tI. the time'.-tf. DEALERS: IN plug has a 1'atent Metal Abel" with "MerehanU Toliacvo Company" '.>n.ROEIIM .

,Le''rho\ubUe.t* Hat i in town at WaU'II.-lt The Catholic, .Festival. LADIES'GENT'S' &CHILDREN'S' HATS & SHoes. 1)r11gi: : 1e(1 i{ i 11 e... 1JENDHE1M it CO., Savannah, Goo. T 1'J 1'JI,

>Ie.- Cabbage, lets, turnip, hcans, [M>ta- This entertainment came off Thursday Tin and Crockery Ware.
toes,etc., are still coming into market. Chick :
night; and proved a complete success. The Jewelry Fancy Goods .
: cnt acarcc. k BENJAMIN & PARCELL
ladiesunder, whoseau' "piee> it conducted, Hardware, Cotlery Willow & WoodenWare

I % tGu Sweat is till applying the markets have reason to 1 lie gratified with the ETC, ETC.
i every ;: THE SALE OF THE 3
rt-., lt. As u!>lId] in such aiUiirs got up in

May.1 ,. The' Good Templar have a pic-uic in Tampa: the |cople generally exhibited awhole ] BRIDLES, BITTS SPURS, &c. : Special attention given to the COMPOUNDINO) of U. S. Wind Engine and Pump Co's. Goods, .

I i lO liberality, and are to he !specially t
Jiir Mtn'n, Eoy: .l.a.li,.>' and Cliildniiii' Hat atWall' HEAVY: AND LIGHT}
commended in this iu' ti>ncY for their generous 1 Consisting of tho CelebrateclHALLIDAY
*. I Physicians' Prescriptions I )
The Schooner Rosa j aid. t, G'R O C E R I E S r
1Q. Kppingcr i:4 i: receiving 'r j i The ladies: who presided over the various I ,

her cargo of lied Cedar. I-lstiinatcd 1 : table did so with exquisite grace, and the'' FLOUR, (CORN GRITS, :MEAL\ : HICK, AND' FILLING COG 1 T111' OHDKJIS.TKKTJI .
value of cargo, SH.OX) OATS, R.U'ON' PORK, SALT: COFFEE, r
of the
j Bewitchery younger;," ones caused the WIND Ml I LLSFARM ; -
Oar have been ,
looking livelythis i j>oft fe iinniir of many cf the younger gentler FIl'I.\I. Tr-I-I'H: on 'KI.I.UUID: )! ) H\SK: in-eric.1

week. Numbers of wnj,jons have been i( to present the .collapsed<U> manner: and SATISFACTION' (
ou them e.'iowinj. ;;bu.-inw< fair our nieichant. *. : J.\\jll. ; > the pressure of an elephantV J) R Y A .Y /) S .1 L TKI) .1! RAT S, tJUAKANTKIID.We :

LQ" The niitis have finally coi-ed, and 1 ii..t'. I II in theJewelers'are ales!' > pixparitl to do.all manner of work .

the leather u d: ;;htful ; and the crop ru- \ Toward).. the cl-c of the entertainment a .. (\\tniitii fruiti and J'retcrre "f 1I111..1II1. /, F +

ports from the country are cneoiinigin; desk oars put up at lU <<'t'ut.\ vote fir the I'I AND
b- 1.UI3ACC1C and Watch Makers'
4EC1X1.71 Line
BSU Ice Cream and Kida"Valer, t- rved I prettiest young; I lady I Tampu.. Tliis occasioned S.A ,

every evening; at George 1U-UV.! a brisk-and, spirited ,content resulting nil I'nnt\' (r15'err" <.if i"nt' variety' Ilon Ir 1.1''' ALL WOUK WARRANTED.: .
in :Miss! }Uo-a: )Dageiihardt; being the recipienti hand. n large: ;: Ktmk of n'M,1! :'siilMnntiiil eels ID We invite nttention to our STOCK.
Jlif Martha Clarke has had
Cu n veryneat null tin country Irmlc! and ollln. there rlu-ajfr than
and humUomc two story cottage; put tip i i of the prize. $:11!I, wis. thc rttult of the contest !$j I I ever ..!iRnil I bcf..n l -. 4 .. Tampa.. F..h.1..! 77.. (f. PUMPS./
f on her place! near tm\n. It i N enclosed and I j t t, ami every INkly wi+ sati-fied with the !.r Fn._ .IViiiilK-s, IIiittN ami :Hiij": "IJJ'IIi.l] ( at the ------ ------ "

]painted, ami the interior is (being; got ready] I result, S II. who declare Ioutrt rats. Hayncsworth I (? & Canning
except l our 1'\lml\r i i: VWK i ,
for the Iht] tcrer.DIET.Near I I that a coiner was 1 got up ''against his I 'VBuWILSON:: I. X L, Feed Mills i Tanks, Rubber Hose, Water Pipes, Points ;

Oak Hill iu Manatee i < Tull ilntrr }"lll. UKAI.KllS IN ETC. ETC. ET(.
county favmite and !time called hdi.relll his voteswere : : j > ,
on Friday 12th: iii-t, )[I"!. .Alice cr.tig-I in.The "TI'I[ 'j; I TV AV j. :IR, Ii2 Sub-Apcnts wanted 1 in each county to whom liberal discountsill Iw given. I
I For Prices terms Ac. send for circular. .
I 1 >tamp
consort' of Cmi i and of
Henry ;;, daughter receipts of the evening were Sl.'JO.Tor :; LITERS & BEO. BENJAMIN & 1'ARCELL.
. ., Major I. Turner. I the projector;* and managers of the Festival j I I.i\Il)'V ARE August 11-3ms. Tampa Fla. l.

J'LOl"a.-W.; W. Wnll& (b, have in; <-t received a we remora thanks: to the public for, ikll WHOLESALE DEALERS: INTo __ __-, I
r large Mipjtly of the txlcUaUtt 1'iirity" Flour i ivUicli I -ANDSTOATES- I

1 r $- they.offer at the loncxta>.h pritv.-tf. j j I i.lihc.r.ilitv. ....., I,I ID ceoS MCDONOUGH & BALLANTYNE,
Ie- The late niiu have not injured the r ';:-1.a""" >;- ,

orange trees but, on_ the other hand, groves I j'I Heath William ,V. "'nll. Cigars & ] iq110S.aYaHnal. IRON AND BRASS FOUNDERS,

Itok more vigorous and appear a great deal'l 1'! The ubJ4'ct t of tii-! notice expired on last -:0-: :

more luxuriant than usual at this Mnson.We .- :>: :Monday, the ::iuil! In,.U lie was burn in ,. Goo.OriKn MACHINISTS AND PATTERN MAKERS,

,i augur from this a subsidence of the /'caleitwexrt Hamilton county,Ihi- State, NovemberMi ""Ii.i..1.. I'roinptlv' Fillnn.l! Mti..f.u-ii..n A general. a.-wortim-nt of tin and l hardware of every
1-S34.: In (i.\l'\H.\\TEI'n.: : ., ilft riptiun.' Kerosene" oil tank, hint tin Cor. East -
i I January llilil: l, he iiianie l Mi"SMinnu ; (jlll Broad and Liberty Streets
churn; *. seizes, dipper; ninteli .safes water cooler.*, r 1
KEY WEST CAtt111'c omitted in la-t I ( \ a daughter of Sen. Pltri'k.Ir, ofJrecnboro I II M. .\. JI'N.I"I:". J. u. >tlTl'II.I.I--: ,. wrote pipes,lan) can", jwpper Inixen', potato graters, NEAR ATLANTIC AND GULF RAILROAD DEPOT 1
( Ala. In 13he engaged 1 in M l.'l.tk e emoH, eakelNlua, )idlyumuld+,dust 'Pansti.iL'tsetsel ,
issue to call attention to KeyVtvt caid-i in ; ; .
the TuintTSJWe can j-afcly rcconiincndtliesc 1 I mercantile pursuit*, and this business he 1 had t Rogers & Mitchell, I'tl\': wallliiroiM".tl.ce,uprinklen eollt-e. mill.,.iKiTerejij, I Hiiniotive: ; Ix'utrr sad l iron pattr* SA.VAJ NAJET: GA.MANUFACTURERS -1 j

houses<< as reliable. and trustworthy to >ucce>"tii11y followed ever r since with the exception waiters eni water"tcrs'herw.sMl's' :but; ". oyster chafing hreaVf.i ilisheM t e\lol: {',...*tea. amieollee ;,_ .* .
b those who have produce that theyUhto of the interruption occasioned<
place in Key We>t markoLSSST : late civil war. I'p to 1870() ho did bu-iiie:'sat GROCERS, Roofing and Cuttering *-J SUGAR MILLLS I
lrooksviIK! o, Ilernando but 1
: county, during AND: RECEIVERS OFf "
Mr. IL )[ first
u a cJjt'wdl'r
;; .
-can be found at AIr.Wall's storehcre; he, that year moved to this place. In lr] (lilj;
will do good houet work in his lino on the himself with tho liaptKt church u Western Produce.
most reasonable terms. June 2tith: ( tf. whicli denomination he continued a consist ('"lIl1n.1 I ex-imine-our: ktork of ANDPANS :_ :.I'
and .. r LOU it .f ,11' i: C r ..f L T r. r-...
Among the advertisements to- cut cX"lIIl'larmt'IIIIt'r up to the clo e oflife.
a ,may be found that of the cntcrpriingofBochm 81 Poydras St. NEW ORLEANS.

llendheiui it Co. of; Savau- .\" a man be wa universally re'i>ectcd and 1 Tampa April 20, '7.S.-tf. OK Al.!. SIZE AND p. T.nSJ.:

D& who by their energy and {:airI dcalill;; siilniircd for his; many sterling qualities f -- ----

have built up a fine trade in ibis} : section, aud heart clod head. .\It citizen he was patri W. D. C ASllT".Aiictioneer TIX WAKE REPAIRED T SHOUTXOTICE. OF ALL SIZES, AND SOLD AT LOWEST MARKET PRICES, WARRANTEDFOR
the card liberal share of otic in the true n'II"C of the word!-knowing
still) invite bj a pat ONE YEAR.
.r'. the right he dared n.aintain it, singly ant 1 Feb. lfi.73-tf
ronage.j -AI.SO-
I alone if needs: must be. Asa man 01' buss .
1 Miller &: Henderson have on hand a nupplyof TAMPA HOTEL.
the celebrated. "1Jon" I>rul..." HY"'I'IIIY] : aTrylt nd I lies*, his integrity was proverbial: throughout; Iron Fronts for Stores and Dwellings, ,
South: Florida. He AND! j
was a man of broad ami, -
17 tL-111 p fi, IT1 o I- id n.TWISllorSKJIAVIXO .
g&'* We were mistaken in our report of} | liberal views and readily entered into him- BRACKETS VERANDAHS
(Comiiiision ): Iel"e ha ,
( nt ,
the drowning of Capt. Collier of the Guide. self, or supported others in carrying out, r such ,

The man drowned was Mr. B. F. Collier, his enterprises as\ were likely to benefit the / = l been I'nl.I'.1,111! Iron Bailing for Garden or Cemetery Lots.

brother. Both of the brother were washed j. :State. DEALER IN J_ r.furlli..lu'l, i i. now ready for the rtx.fption o

.r overboard but Cant. Wm. Collier succeeded] 1] His death, though not Midden and uncx- .S7i// Chantltfry, Ururtrira, I'rorixiotu, li 11\,1... Orders( for Brass and Iron Casting Promptly I Attended( ( to.

t in getting back on jboard and efforts made to Ikcterl! is felt throughout this community asa I I Crttrhfry, Gla*# Tin and Hardware, Location
\ -High Dry andPleasanl
save his brother were uu.ucccssftl.J' serious loss, as his ,'ool't.'rJtiowith :Messrs\ t J J'aintu, Oi7, Furniture, .Stationery ff, HAVE: ALSO FOIl SALE
r Do want nice Hat If ..o call at Miller & Henderson in \ with the Ui
> you supplying our coast KEY WEST, FLA. TaMenupplietl
,..tid1'a.ltMr. with the facilities of transportation l in the Conur Front t\ I>IIItrt'I"! :: Stables in connection with tho Houso. MCCARTHY COTTON GINS,

Kelly belonging; to Mr. Hep-I way of steamship*, was only the l beginning of JtCS! ).. (':bin Mcsi. .V Ship]' :Morcn; Mij''liJ] at uliort 1>. ISAAC CRAFT, Agent AND AGENTS FOR J1
bra _bu-' B. surveying party, came}in TLj'I a serifs of enterprises on the part of the two S.ti" Tampa March 21 I, ly
.. tat the first line
ud -- -- -- --
; report --
.. ;, firms which would have this Eclipse Portable & Stationary Steam
about -I milesMr."Hepburn sown placed ; Engines
-eurvcy goes and section iu .J. WHALTON, JIlf Ho For Tampa Bay!
., i Is now enuring place the front in rapid progress

..e. w. farther to the north 1 and development. Under these circumstances And Sliives Governor Company.

y 1 lunlry rapidly drying olf. it i is not burprisiug that his death, Auctioneer, Orange Grove Hotel CALL OK SEND US YOUR OHDKIIS. '

41 nderMoiiM-ll the"Honey Iroltt4"In. should he felt as a serious calamity by the NOTARY PUBLIC CUSTOM Tampa, May; 12, ,-eo 77. iv, '
The finet Syrup brought to ; -
entire public, as no one i is to be found) to fill l ; - '- ------ -- -.-. .- ---
the measure! of his: mantle in unostentatious TAMPA, FLORIDA,
I Tliunulayjiight. It the regular though )great qualities as a public spirited. 7 11. /. Clt'.f' 11 F..C CO., fropriftort. UKTWEKX PAKCEIX,
.1 meeting of tho Fru it- citizen. All feel most: keenly the taking offof I AICom'issioll: )
nrflftithly r >tighly renovated and i ill
;; ji&tion. It In hojxxl there will such a citizen in the prime aud vigor of HAH the reception of Northern Vuitora. open Tampa and- Fort Meade. Architect & Contractor.

xisr '8 NOL dancc. Hon. II. L. Crane life, and deeply deplore the untimely !loss of Merchant, All who tojoumeil here taut winter were delighted. (I. I, I.. DiUlrwki A Co. have started: a Hack I

J r on fertilizer, their compostetc. one of (;".1'" noblest! wtJrk "-'an hue c at Thin. locality i particularly recommended :a* a rert I.inf"lol Ft. Meade to Tauipa. which K-parU andarrire Plans and Specifications
r' 1 KEY WEST::; FLA. "* tuvali4N.No : respectively a* follow,:
etiou ., and we feel confident 111:111.r('ro it jxxssiblc for us to assuago theif paint: will |be upared to make CSue Learen Fort Meade( Tuemlar Morning and
lVninii.il attention given i to .a I,-.*. Ample-room! ) .f .1'fI'U will! be highly interesting, pangs of grief of: his stricken hoiisfbold: and! for stora..t.. honor and comfortable. arrive Tamjia on Wetlnemlar! at noon. .

t '.:- : /tive. near relatives by expressions: of sympathy or IliFlaENl'lti-11'all.tl'u.1.: :} : : I.'. A c. Tin Tampa FIa..1\ov.., 17lh 1877. 6ra arrive Ixraven* at Ft.Tampa Meade every every Thurwlay Friday evening.morning and Furnished for Buildingsi i

- offers of condolence we would gladly do it, tilNll: -OUDEIW- ) TO THEo } Notice. Fvve Dollars U the Cre for a angle 1 jurihenger and i I J
.1': lively runaway occurred on main i but, alas! how puerile such an' effort. T JOQ ''b.c. of baggage.
, f ( .., B->th Public
r Thursday hone with MONTHS: after date I will I and Private,
_ :
,p- cart belong- God alone present ray ac
, ,. to a oolorod! man, being stopped at Wall's 1 I 1 j must they look f"r strength t to. KEY} WEST MARBLE WORKST. SIX \'oudleNlI\lllle lion. J:. M. Graham: Wanted !! Wanted L !!
enable them to bear this great ailiictiou.ie County Judge Manatee: County for a final nettlenient -
x4tore, taking fright at enmet tugda.Mhdorm
t. .'T" < ( His funeral took last of the ""Iatuf William Carlton:.. dec'd and ask HEAD OF LIKELY: TWOr Estimates furnished when desired.
j place
f street at 240 Tuesday after- 2 0
: pecd demolishing t j 011'1:::\ MEM Hit V. Proprietor. to be diharmed therefrom.: Year old Heifer, native
i ; .?. ,j- ark. at Perns' corner and scaring pndestrian j noon and was conducted by the Masons, of II, R Carlton, Slock. 25 or 50 heail of Iwo-veur old ; Superintending the construction of 7tS1'ECl.lla'
: ; 1 not a little. I'j which order he was a member. ;;),r Sim a fJm-ne =Mm-tii. .\gent for 11. .\... C+rlt.m, \It'y in fart. =SU-er*. For further itfonnatiun ap 1 : 1. Buildings .
,Ply) .allili. office t:
.r q"j June Irf" :in ,.

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-, {Oontlnaed from hat ] _I felt foriuy pistol. ,At this moment the MILLER & HENDERSON'S-, COLUMN,.. W. W. WALL &GO'S\ COLUMN. NEW GOODS -

&, the vetches antiL the ash element, nrlth the cars stopped at a stationand, most of the John Miller. I W. 13. Henderson '
and waited for the W. wWholesale WALL & Co MORNING NEWS
mode passenger: got out THE
-: ,. A using them,.will l be greatly enliauc- ,
.-... train. :The majority had their heads tied up. r 3 3N1yi0
CJ! I was determined to fight it out to.the bitter SAVANNAH GA.

Dr. "RaTeatd proposes begin experiments end, if it took every State in the huh,),). As MILLER C R.Il ( li'DER ON, I

; nut summer with rotation,of crops on land the train moved out of the station the conductor 'h. 4 j ,, 't -...

1., R'_ in wheat at the Atlantic farm, probably: for God's canto hake.up and lie said asked the me wheels to keep: were still ,v oiesa .Ac'IJfc il and Retail E. A. C I .A.J- : Ii 1 ji .?+ .r -o,. :tl' '

after heat foUnwcd'by the -
bi'i cotton succeeding getting weak, and the coal had 'refu8CcI'toburn. ', .. '.,,, If

.: spring 'It bas'jibeen su rostcd to The passengers: had all departed to the, -t"p., 6Y't .- ay.rEALI .i. \

him, however, to plant wheat agnin on the other ('ars. with the exception of i six. I here .. .T.M' .: ;i". i:. DEALER ? 1' 1

artcr'aere( at this farm in order to lot the looked determined. They were not c'npale. > >\ ? _

p.' productiveness of tbe land the third in t was satisfied to give it up if he wa.*. DEALERS IN \ ; I
year mind that the Assorted Merchandise \ ...
Ju t as I had made up my a ..
wheat and after
successive of
time crops
;whole thing was settled-
the same grain grown on it. "Ohio !1" yawned the fiend, "I'm getting Assorted Merchandise, -_

Before concluding this account of the experiments tiied of this journey." Receiving, Forwarding ItDRY i. T

at the Atlantic and Siono farms, "I think it has bt.'Cu"Cry pleasant. Wouldnot 8. j

three points in reference the cow-pea Michigan; fur one hundred dollars.- Jersey GOODS, corn"ff It'tuthitij/tHH&Jfttrion. Streets, _. / ,

". ANDCommission ..
ut .tuck in this
should be noted : Without' 1 noticing t this J last query I he said 1 : pen,
:.. TAMPA light a had Den
First, Tile fertilizing capacity of peas being "Hope we'll moot again. I Nevada plen'sautcr p \-1 l
time. I Maine have 8. iAXcrclumts front namc.-Clh; : ;
in'proportion with the growth and lutu- Hope never :worse. :: Y IN STOCK FULL I ,
3- the should be At this point one of the pisseugers fell offhjs .
riance of
vine,.they Ilantedimmedjately Groceries & '
Provisions .
seat. HP died in a few minutes. Before LINES _> -J
after the cereal harvested TAMPA FLA. POLITICAL Un",
crop u : _
tho conductor could t> the water tank THE I
: get i inclmlc National!he Census.election : _
i in order: to secure the greatest growth of another one had breathed his last. Two of -, and which will nn.loubt i rapped at the door

vine: }possible and the utmost fertilization to the remaining ones were staring at each --;)- DRY GOODS active and hotly eontewteil of any I, .:

the land. other, and it was found that they had both T Tat And ble canvas of f SCO, is: now; 1 tiirly o-'S0 on Crawfoultional

Cral\'. The remaining two were deaf Caps, Democratic fartwill thin wondered if the Wo- ,
Second. To the same end, the crop must gone vigorous atul tlouLUetM &Ai,] .
and dumb I vnli the train O ,
grasped my e as chlm or douse 1 hiii +
not be used as food for man or lieast. SsPEClAL REGARD TO THE WANTS OF maintenance and supremacy 'r?
reached Jersey City, and started for the boat. THIS SECTION AND THOSE: WilD'Ol. { US Ladles, Gentlemen and Children's Hats, which are vital to the ) '; itjit| ..,&lliu: )Pomeut i
Third. The fertilizing power of the j>ea is As I was"passion; out :of the door the fietidyelled WITH THEIR; TRADE AND CONFIDENCE.For ;. mid etMcntial to the Hell-lieini'ot -TV: ,- __

not impaired by its dying on the land. This after me : the information of all we enumerate a few"uf 13o0La, nlld SllocfioCIGentlemen's' In MlJition'tu IVnadratf he smelled of lightpie ; -

fact, discovered in Dr. Haveners laboratory, "Yes, I New-Y ork and New Jersey anti the article we keep Boots 1, Shoes & Hosiery eminent in (;t-ol"Ji:1l1lJfll-1uriJL:In'I..rila the earn*ilr .Open the door fi>*-

New } I've Rhode Island Connecticut. /
had: been confirmed by actual experiment, Hnnitehire] ; ; unusually rwWj and there \!
Idaho-lc l lot of,laud in! Colorado. I ciollstllIlltly on I.InIId for the tint time laude the war* + -< ___
and by an l aceideiital'test elsewhere, and is Mk j, ii" *' *' The doctor saysI Gentlemen's' Clothing and Underwear Kadieal-rithK-n :State" will elect a J """ ""-

important as saving tho expense of turning shall be letter in a week or so.-New York For Sale 1 :and we offer them and) all other in out Famishing Goods puvt-nunent. In these canipaigiwSimth Ill t"' -- '- 1ie {
Stock at the lowest figures mu-h BlIlId" tan l be sold in are deeply iutere uDder also the trouble which is always Star. ,
pcaj ; ..... ., this place. lu HANDKERCHIEF'S RIBBONS LACES, Citizen s ho has the welfare of his country and hrMilion >> :
I i.
considerable, and is especially gl'Clt'wheu at heart, should acquaint| himself with every t ,.t a.
stimulated ash A Warning to Girls. 1)1tYOO1): S detail of the gnatork of redemption and reform. "
the growth of the vine, : by I Hardware( Tin & .>
Crockcl'ywal'C I that la now Kuin on.
lUliimore Gazette.A : Notions mid
clement is, as we shall presently tee, cnor- Stationery. To thi- end he ohoiiUl subscribe to and assist i, In 4 l

mous.This. little girl Washingtou city died onlast We have, a good Line of cin-ulaiiuj the Snr tnntth .1lofi"U ,ears,ar.indclrudcntlkmteratienewsIaacr '1

in of CALICOES: G1NC51IAMS: \ j | of, ]>n>nounce<]
Consisting ,
account of these experiments at the ] ; 'Friday night fromover exertion! in'jumping Ladies Dress Goods and! Fancy Calicoes Xottons (tHu Stationer/, DELAINES: 1'YX.part MUSLINS, JACONKTSBKKKUES. opinions and fearless in. their expression ; a iiapcrthat .

Atlantic and Stono farms has been prepared the ropo.I She hail kept up'eighty : EIXMNCS; ; CHECKS= DENIMS, Li refogiiixetl everywhere: a* theJt daily in
times that night she died. Jumpingthe : DOM I EsflcicKXDS; Loth of Northern ami Southern DRILLS !SIUKTINCS, MIEKTINCS} STKII'ES, the Smth. Itseditorlal' department| U ticorouii;{, ,',;
from Mr. Rhett's and from information ; '
report : M ami future.: 111UKORIESSNALWRCSJLtNS: COTTON- thoughtful and <-oni i"tent. while its new and local '

derived in conversation wi hDr. Ravened rope is a harmless: amusement for little Fnrnitnre, Oils & Paints Umbrellas & ParasolSJllollowwara ADES>> IRISH! DUESS & I'I.IXE COLLARS doiartiunti are marvels of industry, and completeIUIM. 1

and Messrs. Rhett and Keckcley; and girl; if not carried too far, but it is always: :: A Full Lino of HOSIERY, CUFFS: NECKTI1X: SUSPENDERS: ; +. Its K'jiartnicnt of( ('Ol"Ji:i.i and Florida aft:dnin a a
SPUN :ANf Spool TIIRILVDS: PINS, NEKDL.ES. : :- not Confined to a mere tarren ummary of e> the statement in reference to the crops are liable to the danger'of over-exertion, fur nn NOTIONS in Uu-f IVpartnun of alnu ,t every KRAID 1 in variety, JET SKTTS, BEADS tnm"pirirg] in these States, but enlivened by come* .(.

made from personal observation and notes emulation or rivalry i is:: aroused and the variety, and Willowwaro, and FANS. fluent at omv aj>t, tinu ly, and r:1l'I I
The ample rl".lIfl'II (>f the 'th..IIDlent will .IMdevotetl > "
takes on the ground on the 11th January. thoughtless little folk.try to tire _each: other to> furnishing the readers of the i
Jeans. Cassif l eresi CottoBlfles> f for Men's's wear Letter Note Bill and Cap Paper
This paper has been submitted 'to;Messrs. flown; and 1&fifih\ ; it is very, rarojthat this MOENJjSTG NEWS

Illicit and Kcckeley for revision; and they imprudence terminates: so sadly as in,the_case Prom wliieh tile mot fastidious always liud something Saddlery and Farming Implements, 0

have confirmed the statements in'refercucto of Nettie Williams on last Friday, still thereis I to please.' OfiReaciyjVIado Copy Rooks, Spelling! rHik.. Pocket and Memorandum with the latent iutt't1il'n front all }arts of tie

% Books, IVu.-t I jaiiil 1 lukii.it world, through the prom dl-Kit[ <'her, fr"eial telegram
doubt that serious sometimes i I
'. the experiments, and the crops they have: no injuries : Clothing SJotingIn(1: Fishing Tackle, >*, null hy nu-nnHofnmi.il; ("Corr'f't'.u'eu't': ; and
produced. result. *-Afytbnric jolting up and (down is Toileto.ppliallCeS;; &C., through;: thextf. jv:::;tmiethe ]Mjr will\ Ur the 'M.1rli.t
For Men's we oiler a ..I! of i chronicler t>f every n>u-w oriliy iiu i iId.t I of the -
be Stjle quality polilieal
Were the severest strain that can brought to w'ar. px range -
The farms visited the 18th instant
: on ;
and price, and we make it a {mint to have: them Such a* ("11I1",, Snap*, Extract, IVmder and Per campaign of ISTfi. ,
; by your president, Dr. Rose,. and :thq chair- bear on anything. Ice that will bear twenty bt the taMe uf the purdtarHutt: to complete the Cooking Stoves, Stoneware &c. &c. fUlIIl'ryt.\; .'. I !CInCRTr'riOS. :' WTHE"
I Daily, 1 ........._. -
and boys who stand still be broken by suit, ue oiler $10 00 J
-maD of committee:: The growth may
your i. ........ :500
''- verdure of the crops present an aspect of the one who springs up and down in rythmic and .. :3 month. 2: 50Tri'l.kh' i- ..

richest luxuriance: : They are superb.iThc' treasured time. The trotting of a singlehor Hats of the Latest i t Style, TAMPA, FLA., t. .Cutlery &c., ,6 1 month;... : GOO 300

disparity in January between the wheat, the across' a bridge is a severer strain tlinnten o Including IVn-ket and Table Kuin'14 and Forks, Ka mouth.1' :

second the land and ,the first times the dead weight of the horse and ron, SlifanCSrizzoni ,\:(". ....._ '
crop on same S G month*.................................... I, '
crop.on the other hind, is maintained. wagon.: It is because rythmic motion strikes .L*- are kept\ coiistimtly: on hand, and for sale at I-Inrayare IIollowAva, :3 lilt.nl h*..'.

1 y Planters and farmers visiting our city a series of blows. It must be rememberedthat Hoots: and Shoos: the lowest 1 living I'rictor( S|>c<.iiiun ,ctipie" "sent free on irreipt of:5 tents.DY' '
lv by
Miit 1'twt rtitv
Monty can l/ 'Onl 'r,
; should not return to their homes;> without !seeing some of the juternal organs are suspended Nails, Crock ry, Wm>d and Tin-AVare, Chairs &".. llri"tlTl 1 I..tttr. l.r Express: :1&1 oir ri,k.
these They are to examination in their positions( by very delicate: anal That niniliineil the Ilt..irn101 a quality' of comfort and of all de-vriptioiiH: to snit tlii, market .1. II. EST i L.L: .
; crops. open llIral.ilit\-lI\.1 also. the ilt! irablt
more > Clue of hiding .... .. I'
tl t'. .
,tl- by all interested in agriculture. fragile membranes: Sudden and violent jolts. th,- clef.'rinities.of an luljr fm,t and making Cash: Country "Produce.We : nn ,
shock sometimes these membraneswith h:1I\I: +ume foot, look more Ix'.mtiful. still. : :
or tear A FULL LINK: OF pt bPLEjSpPER\ -

: A PUNSTER FIEND AT LARGE. most deplorable consequences. But a ,

.., regularly] recurring vertical motion like .-kipping OUR STOCK OF HARDWARE &c., will pay tLc highest Market Price for

The 'Whole United States Fearfully the bring them a strain i
rope may upon Groceries & Provisions
Ctyt Up.I 'oniprie eventhimj ijithat line fiom a Xiitlle to:1 i ,
as severe as a very violent single shock or U i rillll'IIIIII'. A LIVE FLORIDA PAPER !

met him in the' can on my way from Albany strain. The effect may not at once ba'apparent \\.c..lfer excellent:: BEDKOOM: : ITBNHTUK.of : : ;. COTTON ; '
to the Star office one day last week tan+i.tiug lV-tUu.nl, 'fables1'ah M.mdChairs +, CORN FLOUR GRITS, MEAU 1HCE.; 1UCON
but the child have i its health
may never S.1.1'.1NNED' : FKt'lTS: and VIXSITABI.ES: ; : ,
lie was a pleasant-looking old man, and hu! again.'e should be O sorry to think however 'ct'. luGroceries HIDES[ JELLIES: : PICKLES: m Tflm ("IIE.:: ";. SAKDIN1X. :- THE SUN AND PRESS, 4.
bitter-half sat beside him. The car was as
that the natural rotups and games of little & Provisions CEDAR KEROSENE( : : ami PAINT OILS) SMOKINU and(1IEVINiTIB.II''tSNL'F'F'and
full as an election; day politician, and I wascompelled girls could be attended with danger. Animal I ( ) ) (.. I.l"t( J: l'1I1.1i.11t"11 at Jacksonville every morning exoiptMonday. .

to take scat in front O i various <|iuili! :and brush: 1'11'KS}:: and TollC: ; it *
a spirits and the love of running and leap \Ve alwav* keep a full Slink, as this i is our PECP-}: ORAXCJES, C'O I BOXES) : and! :IM> 111:11IIItl" r article.. 88.00 :][?'El I t Y EA..I>' i,
of the happy couple. There was something, insure that be I.IAUD'EPAltTMENT.
ing were given to they,, might
: about him, however, that made me feel sorry i induced: to take sufficient! exercise: to secure In our Sunk uill alrw always In- found giMxl aswirtiiiint 1'UULTRY .\II..C I shish. lie wi Mies. l.i Mil at the 1.0\V1) I>'1 i CHEAPEST DAILY IN THE SOUTH ."
oCTinware LIVINCi PRIClf: : r i Til Si- l'nssi i the .. ..
.r right Ho had moretaik in him thana : x A\t < only moncillJ'UJ".r : .
away. : physical l development. The prettiest sight SUGAR pnMUIied! in FIuri.la, and the only tine recvi\in>jtheAssociated
school boy's head has of something else, Prc Iii' .. It contain all
in all the world is a group of little girls at Wood and Crockeryware, ** pattllt5.:
and I hadn't fairly settled before he beganto CASH or Applet COUNTRY PRODUCE the Suite and city news, the world market reported : -
play. Yet great care: should be ,taken that \Vith Bake Oven, Bake; Pans, 1',,(',, Hi.uinjj; and SYRUP, l h y telegraph, a variety of interesting selected ar-
unload some of it : their games should be healthful in-their m>>- ('c)<..kinjtIII"11: : tides, oUtt'riits on current tCtri 5oi, and i is in every

"N'"tee day I""Beautiful" tious. We keep all kinds uf Stationery in toimii.ni use, &e. &c. lit in;; thankful f'r past, he will endeavor to merit way just such a pap-r as the jx-oplc of Florida want.
also School BtMiks, and Blank l Iwxrks.I'e .
.. future, favor by keeping up a M'LL >Ttf'|C ot
are in communication with I the lest dealers! THE WEEKLY SUN AND PRESS '
all HUtli h..I"; as are in demand in tlii-i lIIarl.'t.1otI1iIU ,
'. ."Fearful road." Le Coutc or Chinese Sand'cnr. North and South :\IIlIUrl' prepared to snpplyatshurt! : th'II1i" 11)1as he can atlord them and I Is a lan.!, thirt '.tw.. (..,l l-in'n l 1"'I'r, n.-atly printed,
notitv, all kind of Kood, in any ijimutily J that mat "' )' ... and lilted will: inttresini,; reading IUtU.'r.: It w hy
I "Fearful. The good points of this now popular pear Call in and.) examine our Stack U'forc purclia>! pacing strict attention! to hi* bu-im* and the want .
> denireiL ng firths h t > i> !: in the
e e of hi.customers. Ihisohleu-tomnersand the Lads i < apt} ii- wsp.| icr puM-be. State. .
.: Hero was a small opening for him, and he may be stated about as follows : In arranging our u-ine,'*.* we have not forpotttnthat else wbere.Nothia. lie generally, are in\ited to call and examine his < nlv- vi.IK* p..,r h'r..hn.: -*' .
The fruit of large size, good flavor amisolid the phvhitial lwwer| ClC mnnsonuiiiiifr iiuire* IK fore tl .where.Xo Tl 11 I! M t I':\ AND PKIS: COMPANY,
gol the edge in. Oh if I'd only] made believe / good* punha-) -*
} bearing shipment better perhaps, than rre..hl1ll'nt-tn meet this want we ha\e 'provided a Jacks :nvife, Florida .'
I was deaf and dumb. away, other pear iu this Motion.Wo Saloon on the river known :t* Charged for show[ onr Goods, -. --- --. '

"I've traveled all over this country, and .I think the flavor of the,fruit equal to Clutryr Jf - ----- FARMING
.L hc "L: 1" .
the Bartlett "and Duchess Do"Augouleme 0 U It.1: ...
never saw a worse road in all my life.VI ), !I Quality! of (;'.HMK nJul1>ri.'t'>l ISuaranteetl.W. ; : in IS-iS.
the'road over the Rocky Mountains aiu't both great favorite r
t The tree surpasses all other known pears: Whiih i is furnished l with a Bar of the 1 ItestLiquors IN THE SOUTH. N ;
half so rough. W. WALL & CO.
in two very important points:: : '

"Summit better." I responded.He It is a most extraordinary grower, attaining : and Cigars: TamjM\ Marsh: : 2 1S7C.( ly C. L. FRIEBELE, For rdia""' ... inftinnation: on all topic connectedwith
looked at his companion \\lmm he the height of ten and fifteen feet in a single ,
; ', Agriculture, I'rnitRai+ing, Sttx-k Breeiling.
called Minnie winked, and card : season, and that from cuttings almost as where, leisure ian l'njuit,..clf in the wit: it liktsliest to Shippers i).ain-. ,'1 to., etc., get that tint class Southern Agri.ultu'ral -

,. "F man !! Wonder who 'tis. Looks readily as the nv-cor grapevine, ami.} is transplanted I :allOth'fl' all wlil" will I..- l'prompiK "UI'l'lil.1I. 'Vbole-n.le 4 l"letail .' |pals, ol'K: HOME; JOURNAL ,\S1>, 0-
nny I 1 with almost absolute certaiut)". & that Prince of Blr.K"l'ltl'r ; & UUUALsOtTHIUXD.: : It H complete in etpO
like Mark Twain_ -" : It was calM sand : from its adaptability department,811.1ut' l trIItof; ttie iu pear CoL W. T. H.ASKINS, :; Cirmcr and from all ,
Then he and just I was: bracing has ft "
paused, as to sandy soils but experience proved 1'or''Quid ro Quo. of th."ch:; contritMite to columns on et'ry''t&.

up and endeavoring to put on a Twaiuish flint it grows well iu all the soils that are v jet connected with the various Crop'' and 81'k''
not too wet. It docs not thrive in low, wet DKALKU: IN rai: ...il.
look he continued demand f
by saying : To meet the Tr.m-portalion: t> our tradewe \
soils of kind. It i" the oldest, lnrt: I\I1I11't cvtal'IiMhed Week.'''
the any ha\e aSdniouer calletl the iU'.O. \Ir.\ ItlLL, '
-"Arouud feet. The soil which suits it.best Jvis rjc i randy that nuts regularly>> KAVIXG LE.ISEDTIICLARe1IANI'OM; : : : )) I. I lyAgrkulturalin the Southern State, it
This made me mad. loam. In such localities it will''' with >* WAKKIIOUSK at the food of Assorted Merchandise.Corner contains everything that is new and! zestful to Southern -
grow a>;rieultural pursuit, the New of the Week,
"You've been all over the United States;, astonishing rapidity; and hear,Jruit; the thirdor Between this, Point >land HEW ORLEANS, Choice Family Reading: the N. O. Market: Ueport*,

have you ? Then of course )'ouXcw-.York. fourth year from.the cutting. )t'tsleiugtou Strict news from all the Smtheni !States and many valuarhie

These are t fast taking the foremost [ Franklin & Washington Street* ] instructive and entertaining it emu. b"uWriplion -,
' ti How_u getting along pears Anil are in (lose Connection wilh the uteamerH, !loICY /l- ..
.. : rank in public favor in this sect lfun, (and\ 'arc City and Kmillf, and with extensive price, i.and; ur ':t.on . "Ohl! he Kentucky way as much whisky We are now prepared to receive and put in store all itt to receipt} of 3 cents ta
being rapidly dissinilnated t from this'pbinti '
article of nu-rrli.uuli-m TAMPA FLA.
hhipiKtl I to our cart "tanli' Annuto
as ever. the South should be ,without Afharvcs ..
1 No farm iu and Wai'cliousos( Our lIulU<- .Juurlln1 1

'"Much Florida,in consequence, I suppose," : this valuable fruit, especially, since halfu doz- and Ititral SoiithUiiid." "

en trees will in a few supply family Makes a New DepartureWITH NEW OKLK.VNS.: '
.' suggested. j years any We are cnabletl to oflor.to I'atronlIht' Lest l facilities Jan. 19! -If. .

r "Utah thought so you'd seen him when abundantly.-Ex. at the sninllest! expense'e; shall eontinue to fur --- -- ,-
I J.1" I ---; ;-: -l.--- ;:- :-liI' --- We \\'iI1nl..o Keep on hand a large Stock of TILE 1T-i1- .

ilcre the paasengere'bcgan to look worried, I If coRN AND FLOUR -- '
lIel'rnlaIlClssTn'otla 1 ) ( ( FLOUlt 1878. NEW YORK. 1878. !J
and of them askul the conductor how far New Store and New Good ,
one AT FHKKJIIT: AXUCOMMlxSloXS: ) -that i-, : ( ( ( -- --- ---- --- --

; it was to the next elation. Another ventured S AI 1)L EJ"' 1 .\'ACTUAL CO-'T-t.:' the lull cxll'lIlC coo CORN .\* the time approathe,* for the! renewal of" i uUcription ... -'
; T rainy' the nitan* to pay, the rro lmx' marktlliiitd being *, TIIKSUN: : would Tl'min.h'Ifh.' .It
that be we weren't going far. P' : t I .) (
may ..l1wiI.eNl''rel\"wt.l' that i ?'
aqu.nlp"I: doe their in Tampa '', r
ul.'n VERY 1HDY that Trading! -
"Yes," continued the old party, "ho tried Harraess Maker, Upholsterer &c. We either buy or restiveU4L HAY, E i is, in\ite l to tall and l hc impresHctl with the for their consideration and 11l1l't"way of tho Lair

a to make love to Minnie when I saw him T.UUFL,\. MEAL[ niuhiiiaMe fact that for the Fall and Winter IMIM-1 I. ore for the lash ten wears it rtlit-. at you but if Jut tt .
:: ,lC OilIiJg'llll1.CU!!! 1, ness I han'th.. mot rnmplete, dll.lI..t and! best of the hearty Hym :ithy and pe-Vcp on their tail.,
last. be found at the corner of Miller & I1l. J'r- .., .. .j..r W w : r. 'v GRITS, &t.M'k of. (;<>o.ls. applicable to the want of the |*yple which have iiituertit' : !been extender. YOU let n ,girt J
f "Arizona foolin'," blushingly remarked Can '. Mores ready to do all kinds of work, in All the prudiuU of the Country for**which we can which I proHn4e| to otter at muh price a* will quarter of the I nwn. .; auj sweet; but L
his line. Kejiairing of Harness Saddle: <, &<'. attar hind here vie where give entire satisfaction. to all who may favor'iuu TheHalljSun i i" a four 1tag
a market or, ;:
.}, the old woman. '* on a."l. stockLeather'Saddlrw POTATOES, with their patronage. My Stock in large and carefully umn.*, prke by mail 85 ceoU: a melt you woke Dorjvrvear. : t
thank"onr .
h".ndi "We friemU
for their!
"Minnesota liked it, didu't she?" .I asked, ;''IlridlehI .. IU'J\CI\ .Saddle ft..linghat mutual inter !it id tV Patronage true and oC selected, consisting "of almost anything and } The eihtion; of >; th'J'nh"I 1-
and) him look that intimated that I Bag Stirrup*, Jsircinglea: Girth Ac. trade have: umgbil to germ OATS, everything usually found in a tint class well regiilatetl Sunday *TnER k vv believe tttJ j"- ...
gave a ;, we right yield a /good par s and such Halixfaction in page short! of 56 column!! \\ hue ;'
tore, *a to give mows
of our profit to the t.'VO"UI1ta.'r--who' hear all the will nsIM of the it also contain /i.8he ll."
6 day, a large
guessed that would settle! it. I dealingH art 1 meet: with favor among the buying : } ? ;
burden. Our Clerk attentive and inv its all SALT little women i if
are i
we ,
and miscellaneous matter: :
'I fi? 4 ,mmunit Don't hesitate ask i it there is ry n- ;
....,;;..- "You.mu'a't call her Minnie. It makes Heniy BHfinickb: r who hare to buy, to call and look at our hll'k. 'an.1 anything C elms )you would like to look to at when TOU it. TilE >AvSrx:" hx met vOt good then nor 'I
Shed if she'd heard we promise that we will chat fully how you our Postpaid $1.20 a devil. That's
her mad. have Georgia Goofs and not take the least uhuaa if ...houI.lhal'l'l'lJ RICE, &c.Whith think you have done trading with me. Selling year. pe t
She Kansan back when she' wtiub'to.'rr you good i i.* my bn..in.anll in making sales I knowthat The Weekly Su once when she
you. not to buy our whole Stock on jour first
visit. showing\ them i* part of my buMnetM.' Who doe not know TUK Wu:\ air so he'd yet
"If it Illinois her of courSe I'll refrain I
: )
dilate throughout tile VniteeJ Sea
JBoST Lest we might l e misuudertoud in cane will ell reduced aJ at him.
at greatly ask for it
we rates, byyhoksale. If You don't son what you want and thousand fafr&n
wered. beyond. Ninety >
1 ; e.n: ;-- -r IJUl'Ul'oC our fair way of "speaking: to term, we \ l e big prlwcl.'me ,
: Here one of.the passengers'was carried ant offer our cu"t<)uiern, we nay once for all, that we can and it will l he shown with I'll'a..llre. and with no ill page* weekly sash} and regard} it nevhe.Q ei saw:

a to the rear platform, and. nine-tenths of the Boot and Shoe ,Maker, buy only for Cash or equivalent, we expect Ltmm.I.1)Cf on all Consign- feeling if you do not j>nrcha. e to-tlay. I want my guide agricultural, (councilor, end literary friend.departrnnUln"3y It BndbtiUy
f nun/ 'entrusted l to our care. i ..:r 'others were tearing' the lining: out of their HEREBY) notifiw the public that he kecp-on Cash or Equivalents Term One a journal! Dollar for the family and \he Sfc was a
R : :a year, pout I think
in their of excellent loa} and K pectfully! ,
"-. coats for wadding to put ears. assortment 'eJ t price, Duality coiuidered makes it the ,AC.
"Perhaps.Iowa an apology I continued. w'prepared to do 'nubiitantial and neat work* at fair GtMxl. W. W. WALL '& CO. For anti
When we cell! our Credit being the ground Terms Cash. ne"cpaper published. club often, WI
'. -. 1' "No, I guess not," he said, without moving pncvs. Corner Bill of HIGH PRICES, Tampa, March 2.1.! 1376 ly r cash, we will mnd! an extncopr 1"t>ft. AI1clreM her
> Jadwoa's
; an eyelash.. It Texas English people to .( Tampa, Fla. Now Ls the time to advertise in PUBLISHER OF THE SUN, New York Citj ', r
/'* July 23, 77 Iii, Highest market price laid for Country Produce.
< j
; understand folks. It don't Montana thing, WE SELL For CA SHe Come and C :-=--, --_..: .

TenneweeHsary ?" Subscribe for'TnE SUN WlbTRtatnt. Tampa, M.m-h :?al' 1 I7'". I y THE TRIBUNE. Oct.: 20-tf. C. 1.. FUIKBELE. lifer Subscribe for THE Tltll1l" E. ..gel


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