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: March 11, 1878
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tampa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hillsborough County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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tlr+ } yMF COMMERCIAL CARDS &c. NEW GOODS Judge McLfn8:! Confession In Full. strong'political tics had a powerful influence box.}u' >. .2, Green---------------.1-1$. Moore, Floyd Duke

The New York Times the in the exercise of these and the Republicans and Richard II. '
HEXBY RICE JACOB BORN, ArGC8TT8 BICE.- prints followingas }powers, ; 'Black. Thor as -D.. Vance

.. ty 14YA.. RICE -BORN & CO. Judge McLiu's confession : having a majority of the board, went at my request to Archer precinct on

AY. As a member :>f the late State board ofcanvassers the canvass was largely in their favor, as the the day previous to the election, and,was appointed -

of the State of Florida,.I feel impelled result proved. If the board: had acted in by the inspectors clerk of the electionat

1. Fa.txf; Importer* and Draler in by a sense of duty to myself and jus- accordance with i the decision of Supreme box No.2, and served as su
FOREIGN, DOMESTIC AND COUNTRY E. A.. CL.AnK" tice to others, to make the following state- Court of the State defining the powers.and pot Gainesville on the day of election, and on

i: ; ment : At the time the canvass eras made.I duties of the board in reference to throwing ttuatttitgbtaul the _day following my residence -

,: ar7j t' ''t '; ;1I6 ;1 1 ear.iIA1tR HARDWARE was not at any time conscious; of acting otherwise out precincts since rendered, there is ,no' was the headquarters of the Republicanparty :

$$15...0V DEALER IN. 'than right and proper. I entered upon? question of the fact that Mr. Tilden would and during the night preceding the

'win byr >>rii .AGRICULTURAL the canvass with the conviction that it,was have been entitled to the vote of .Florida. election all formation w.as liroughtito me

IMPLEMENTS, my privilege )and duty, in a political sense, Excluding the return from Baker county there.

Lesal T e at nla al to give the benefit of every doubt in favor. of .which was counted and which I have since Sometime after ifiulniglit cf that night inspector -

l WWk VJ >*. ?-, BUILDERS'HARDWARE, GRATES, &C., Assorted Merchandise, the .Republican party. I felt that .t':hen.a l learned from the.parties ,who made Jt.was,a ,Black came to my house and reported ,) ,

,, Local notif* 16 cents &line question could be4leddcd i either way .,,'ithoutdoicg falsely\ manufactured.ret 1rJ!, and .including to me that the rcaultuf the election at IxycXo. ;

change Yearly Oratncta three made months with merchants and settlements subject accordingly. tom CUTLERY, violence to a public sense of justice it the true return, which} corresponded with the 2 for Presidential; 1 electors was as follows; ..j
Corner of WatMngtonJtMnrlon, ,was fairly.!allowable- in politics,, that I should precinct:t..returns! of that: county, would certainly For the Hayes electors ,180, for the Tilden "

Obituaries exceeding ten lines will be charged always lean to my own party and gave my have gvycp ,the Stite.to Mr.. Tjldep. el 4ora 136. A little later ,Mr. Vance the

i wale Advertisements as advertisement inserted( leas than One Month, $1 IRON, NAILS AND ROLL dWARE, TAMPA, FLA., decision in its favor, even at the hazard of Archer: precinct No. 2, Alachua county, was clerk at said box No. 2, cawe and! made the '

; per Square for fin*and 75 cent for each subsequent KEEPS CONSTANTLY IN STOCK FULL btnuuiug! .a point. .At no time did I feel thatI included in the count. The fraud committed tIn ;c. :eport. Subsequently both Blaclftuid :

insertion ., Tinners Stock, Tools and Machine( House occupied: 'the position of a Judge, charged in this precinct was not shown to the board Vance;game ti> me,a'ud said they l #(11e re-
marked with the number of
't UanvUl Advertisements,be,inserted not until forbid, and charged AC Furnishing Good, LIKES with the duty of a strict and nice weighingand by the Democratic lawyers, although a con- turlbt Pont Archer precinct OO.x,1\0.,2 signed; !

tordiagl balancing of all the evidence presented. test was made and much attention given to in lUuk by the .UvpectQiSaud thai-they
PjCIAL R1) liberal TIN AND JAPAN"WARE. DRY GOODS Looking back now to that time I feel that this ,rccpct.! ; but 11 have: recently learned would make out the returns .o as: to meet the

TEEMS OF SUBSCRIPTION : !, there was a combination of influences that t from*the Republican: l Icpdar.of lat.countythat expectations of their own party They retired -

.PetAftaam/liii ad ranee,) $2.00 must have operated moat powerfully in blinding after the returns had been brought to to a private room, where they remained .
r" 1.00 Sole Agent for the Celebrated ;
tingle Slxironthn, ., -. 6c :> Ladies Gentlemen and\ Children's' Hats my judgment _and! swaying my action. Gainesvilles, the county seat, 219 votes were two or three hours, and then i informed me

,,A Crow Copt Mark'on your pajier Mgnifie(that your CHARTER OAK STOVES I had been lor many yean; and was at the .added to the.returns by the inspectors and that they had added about 200 names to {the l

term' of rabacription haa expired, and govern your "time of the canvass, a yery active partisan clerk of said precinct- Jn Leon county\ 74; poll list.as having. voted and had increasedthe '

a elf accordingly.PBOFBSSIONAL. 89 & 91 CAMP STREET Boots, Shoes & Hosiery I sincerely thought that our State and the small Republi n ballots were stuffed, into Republican vote to that extent, and I
&-BUSINESS' CARDS.. nation would suffer an irreparable injury if the ballot box at precinct Xo.,9, yet it was afterwards' l learned that they had added 219 --(

T\B.'C. L. MITCHELL. Branch House, MYI Magazine $. .treet. Gentlemen's' ClotMng and Underwear the Democratic party were to obtain the made to appear, even; to the satisfaction of names to the po1l1 list. 1

L New Orleans La Presidency and the policy of hatred to the the Democratic member of the board, that I entered the room while they were: employed -

S' .& 'Surg on negro and those who had been the friends of these were false ballots. Subsequent confessions there and them '
: Physician Tampa] FJorhllpril 22nd 76 1 y. HANDKERCHEIF'S RIBBONS LACES saw copying names ..
r' j FLA. -- the negro should obtain control at Washing shows that
FT. MEADE, they were stuffed into the from the covuty-registration list upon which
:-V OFFICE-In Dxialrnxki &.Mitchell's Store C. M. BROWN, ton. It was the' common and unanimous talk box. I had seen Joseph Bowes, one of the those who had actually voted at Archer pre-

Dr.' F. BRANCH WITH Motions find Stationery. .also that the very; existence of the men who inspectors have tickets similar to them a few dui.t, box No. 2, were checked off and the 1 1neW'

in the South had upheld the Republican party days before the election and cautioned him names were selected from the names of i

Physician & Druggist.AT R.WALTER & Co.WnOp DhLAIXKS ConsiKtiiiK; ,in LAAVXS part of,CALICOES Ml'SLlNS: ,:,G1XOIIAMS J.IHXKTSHKKECIX. depended upon the election Mr. Hayes. against their use unless they were generally Republican voters: who had not already votedat J

: :( : KIX'.INCS CIIKCKS: Mr. Hayes would sustain them tirou'ghoutthe and I learned :
; HIS OLD STAXD. DKXIMS, '" adopted afterward he had that preciuct. After completing the returns _

March. 16. 78. ly. >tI.B MASfFACTrREIW OF DUiLhs 1I1CKUUIKS siiutTixcs: OSXAIIUIUJS:; siiKi-rrixrjs, JE.l'O'ITOX, STRIP- South, while Mr. Tilden. would crush given them up. ,In Jefferson county, iu a in this manner they filed them with the

ADF.S: I1ISIiDRESSfi, ; PAXTS LIXKXS, IXI. them. I was show! nuiuerous telegrams addressed certain precinct at which Mr. J.. .Bell was in-I ballot box .with the County Clerk '
R. M. D."Physician CLOTHINGAND LA ItS fl'KKS, XKfKTII-y, !srsi'KXDKUS: :
: H. Benjamin, to Governor Stearns and others from spector-100 votes were surreptitiously addedto The Commissioners met few da'saftcr
County a
!S1TX AXI U !SIfXL TllIt E.\l: '. PINS, XKE-:
& Surgeon. LF.SimAlI: in variety, JET StriTS, RFLIlriand .? the trusted leaden of the Republican party the ballots and counted. No charge was election the board consisting of I. E. .... ;
; FANS:; I m the! North, insisting that the salvation of made as to this: fact before the board. The "Webster Clerk of the Court ; W. II. Belton,
W1 ,11}"IDENCE.-Oa nd a Mm<7<* north of Tarn-
a'.p' ea..J.J.raJaIre.. the country depended upon the vote of Florida confession of J. Bell, since mai'e to me, discloses Justice of the Peace, and Louis A. Barnes,
IN CLOTHS AND Note Bill and CaD Paper
OFFICR Corner of Franklin Twigs Street.-, I. being: cast, fur Hayes.. Those telegrams the fact that had the 219; votes fraudulently -' the Sheriff: all of horn were Republicans. .

Tampa,}1.,1._.. ft.Xa. 1-lr.. I' en me from those to whom I had been accus- added to the Archer return, and the During ,the canvass Inspector Moore app.ar- -
Ibxilc-i, SiKrllinjc: Ik> I>r.' Jolm> P. 'VtLli. !Mji. : opy Ituokr, IVm and Ink)'. tomed to defer-the.Chairman of the National 74 votes stuffed in the box in Leon county, before the board and submitted an affidavit

rHT.YSIOIJV.IV, Tampa Manh :30; ';s. lyr. Committee and the man who was the and the 100 votes surreptitiously added in I to the effect that the returns from.Archer r

\ ANDTAMPA ToiletAppliances &c.s nearest! (personal friend of Mr. Hayes, anti Jefferson county, aggregating 393 votes, been Precinct Xo. 2 were false, and that the true I

'SUi: LEON. I JOHN H.UI.K. nuur' T. \VTOXJ Such: a* ('un\".,.:J:;,mi: *, Kxtrai-N, Powder and IVrfiiincry who had! conducted the canvass. These telegrams rejected and the Democratic rejected precincts returns should be for the Hayes electors 180

FLA. JIATLE & LAW TON, Xc.=: alo gave assurance of the forthcoming : >which> were excluded. ( for irregularityand votes., and the Tilden electors 136: votes, but ;

'OI'I"fCJo-ln Block East of the Court lluu.e, Factors of money and! troops if necessary, in securing illegality contrary to the decision of the the board( decided( they could not hear evidence 1

r, ornv-r of Lafayette March 14 anJ 187G.Monroe StrevU. & Commission Merchants, Cutlery etc. the victory fur Mr. Hayes. Follow- Supreme Court been retained and counted as to the truth r falsity of the returnsand ,

; t Tampa Ir. Xorth f.'oHiMerclul Wharf, ing these telegrams trusted Northern Republicans Mr. Tilden would have carried the State. upon the face of the returns the vote ot' '

1. ...WALL. 1' W. l'. WILLI-*. Inoliuliiii; INxkct and TaMe Kni\i-> and Fork", Razor : .- ) party 'leaders and personal friends of The cQuelusjon therefore i is irresistible that /
Oh all CSt011) S. C, ", !Shears, Si-izEnri .Sc.T3ardwrtre }, the county was I\.i follows For the haves ,
WALL & WILLIS, Mr. Hayes arrived in Florida as rapidly as Mr. Tildeu was entitled to the electoral vote electors 1IW4' ; for thli Tilden electors,'1,267;

(' Attorneys & Counselors at Law na jrjj'ng supplied j l! lf Liberal Atlvancw made Hollo\vMra, the railroads could'! bring them. I was sur- of Florida and not Mr. Hn)" :J. In makingthis the result included the 219 votes fur the
CiiiM. of* rounded by these men, who were ardent'Republicans statement! notiwjJl doubtless be
' un : ;;iiiuciit y tton, Rice and other my Hayes electors which were added to the vote

i AND I'roduci1. Nail ('rUt.ltl.n'"cMMI l and Tin-11'are, Chain &.C.. and ci>ecially by friends of Qoveriior questioned) by many, but the facts will standalone cast at Archer precinct box Xo. 2, by Black .r I.

SOLICITOUS. C1IAXCKKY FLA.WILL of all dox-ri]I'tf"n.. to suit this market Hayes. One gentleman particularly as the truth, without any mere mctivei, : and Vance- These returns were sent tothe,

i t PRACTICE: in all the TAMl'A Court*,SOUTH: I CilKKKS i KKFKKKXCKS:C\). : Governor Noyes l. of Ohio, was understood to to sustain them. I arn free to admit that Governor and Secretary. of, State. After t'

; .\. EDWIN U\TI .\; G A ITLLLIXKPK represent him and speak with the authorityof viewing things ;as J. now do, and remembering these returns were filed! with the Secretary: of .
Fricbrle' store-1ntranee: on 11'ahlnaton ] .j
I; r ffiee-In Street.. A.S.. Jon NITON, 1'n:"idcut Bank of u warm }personal frienc}, pommissioned! that Mr. Hayes was continually inspiring State an effort was made to invalidate them .
-- --- -- ,, (Clmrl tul1. 20 tf. with power to act in his behalf. Tljesc 1 men his personal friends and trusted .. s
agents so far as Archer preciuct, box Xo.2, was
S.TM. SPARKMANA.ttoni.oy Groceries & referred to the general destruction of the r .
Provisions in his .
ib A. U. (;oOIl M.vx. .1.1:1: itov MYKILSGOODMAN every menus power to secure for him ('lIUl'CruC'ffilhu's signed by Floyd '!
country t-hould' : Mr. Tilden IMS elected the the electoral vote of Florida and Louisiana
nt Lttw, ; Dukes and Greene! R. )Moore and an official
& MYERS, CORN KLOrit. (mrrIE.: .\I.. KICK: : ItACOX Intense anxiety of the Republican party of I and, believing it to have been a conscious statement: from Mr. Webster, clerk was filed! :
t ANDSOLICITOR K\I.T, l'\XSEIl.: FRUITS:; and VKiM-.TAHLKS: the North, and their full)) sympathy with us. hid done with
IX CIIAXCKItl', JELl.(1-:... PICK MX: ;, IlfTTrU.: CIIK1-XK.: : SAU-: 1: wrong on part knowledge with the Suite canvassing; board fur the purpose >
I how
":IIOLl .'t.1 LE IUXKS. CI5ACKKHS:;, "l H''T.\! H" and !SPICKS. cannot say far my action may have he had not been elected as his subsequent repudiation ( of showing that the returns from Archer .
FLA. KKKOSEXK: : and PAINT OILS : ) Ijccn influenced by the intense excitementthat
FT. MEADi :SMKIX andCIIiVlXtiTOl5ACCOSXriTand of Governor Packard whose title
precinct Xo. 2, were false and fraudu ..,;;
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: (UiAItS; "f.(
WILL TOBACCO & CIGARS various: qualities' and b and4. IMPJX: and TC)IB.\C-: i up lent. It also appeared l that )(r. Belton, the
.'. + CX> I5OXKS: ., and also\ many other articles.All 1 partisan: zeal may have led me into error. cowardly desertion of the very men who contributed Justice of the Peace, had not signed i the r/-
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P.1i.I: ;; ; tJ' buffo Oflico.R. of which he Plies".to sell nt the LOWK.S1: Neither can I say how far njy, course was influenced so largely tq !his election has shown. turn filed with the Secretary of State and

( 133 BAY STREET.SAVANNAH LIVING PRICES for by the promise made b}' Noyes thatif My\ contempt for the pitiable littleness of the Governor.: One of the duplicate returns was
i.i.y' Fenwick Mr. Hayes became President I should be
: Taylor, man is beyond my power of expression. fMr.Hayes .sent back Alachua: county, and( Briton'ssignature -

t-q- GAIXESriLLK, FLA. : :, a-A. CASH or A pD reed COUNTRY PRODUCE rewarded. Certainly these influences must : : has denied the validity of his"own was obtained. Moore also was induced
.: BUSINESS before U. S. Land Office> at Gaine- have had a strong control over my judgment : title in denying Governor Packard's; He to make a counter affidavit denying
: : and at Washington, D. C. attended and action. Reviewing action at this
Tobacco Factory %O.8 Cigar Fact en* No. GIG. my has ignored his Florida friends showing he the truth of his former affidavit. A counter
to:wjtl| e pwiapromptneM. '. IVing thankful for -I. he will endeavor: to merit distance of time with
J.Cllnt.ltll.. '. NEW VOKK. |1':1 all calmness with
-- my believed( them and
.J. future favor 1 by unworthy tainted with n affidavit also obtained from
( ket-junjj, uj n FULL !STOCK of was Floyd Dukes, i
.JhlTLET I' T. }'rALEY.p ; Tampa, Mareh'2i76.
] ] = ly. all mwh (;iinnl-4 an an in demand in this market, ardor cooled and my partisan: zeal chilled by fraud yet he holds: on to the Presidency, deny jug his former affidavit. 1 j
HEINLE F'INLEY wiling them m IA)N'a4 he tan atlord them, and the President, who has basely betrayed and .
p Y & 7JMttorneym TISON &"GORDCNNT paving strict aitentinn to his business' and the wants which, in his own opinion was secured by The grand jury of Alachua county investigated \

*4-ii. of his cui-tomir His old cui-tomerx., and the 1'111.] mercilessly destroyed the Republican partyof this very fraud. He has cowardly abandoned the Archer precinct matter, but failedto ,.
;, at LItW.JICXSOXiI COTTON FACTORSCommission lie generally, arc invited: to call and examine his the South and crushed the very men who and his Southern friends
.-ij; j goods before purclia-ing, : elsewhere.Vo betrayed Republican find any fraud aud passed a resolution to
;LF. FLORIDA. did so much for his election J am persuaded\ of
through fear; being ousted from an office that effect. Whereupon Mr. Webster was
PRACTICE in-the State and Federal Court*- AND Charyr Jftnle for ahotrtiiy Corn4i :, that the Florida canvass was not coudqctcd. that believed\ he never wits elected to by induced to withdraw his statement and make
special attention to land litigation with that cool, calm judgment and honest t. the aple. Whatever be the opinionof another to the effect: that he waR sail-fad
and to tain M in the U.A Land Office at Jacksont Merchants l r may
Till; Fri and Washington D. C. unbiased decision that should have characterize ; in them that the return was all right. Then affidavits
t : WM. C. BRowN, Joiij-' It. wrSOIEY. men regard to. my motives I give
auk! (laid before the State
a proceeding involving such vast and
'- facts and leave motives to tri
a higher
COMMISSION MERCHANTS' &c. BAY STREET, SAVANNAH, GA. important interests. Instead of .this I my canvns>mg board and the returns were count-
Brown & : nowsec bunal. '
Tampa, April *th 76. Swingley ed. 'hit result pvc\ the Hayes electors two
} ly.ECKMAX that the whole
proceedings went through
--- -- SARI: I). McLjN. hundred anti nineteen more cotes than were
upon the highest wave of political excite cast for them.
& VETSBURG I The above was signed nnd sworn to before
j. LAND AGENTS went ; that partisan feeling stimulated to the have never heretofore made any written
Soccenwr to POST* HOIJBV, the Clerk of Thomas county (;l'O. !
utmost by the most powerful agencies usurped statement or!given any evidence regarding
Wholesale Dealers in I.. n. DKNNH: USOKK .\ STATKMKXT.: this decti'.u Alachua county.
the place of reason and sound judgment
.rJ3FOCER TAMPA, -. FLOKIDA, and political expediency ruled the hour. A The following i is a statement made by I.. L/C. DENNIS.
The above
, was sworn to in Florida before
Dry Goods, Notions &c. WILL 1 give ciH-t-ial 1 I attention to all business large number of precincts were cither contested G. Dennis about the fraud in Alachua coun a Justice of the Peace and U certified by tho
f '. in their hands in the line of braving : by the Democratic or Republican par- ty. It will be supplemented by a more detailed I Secretary of State.
and tiling HKAL: ESTATE, LOCAT1XU( IIOMKSTK statement: _
.\DSand I PKKKMIT1OXS. making entries of ty. Voluminous testimony was filed, and A. "
}P : Wstern ro use, Savannah,. Ga. STATE LAN I):.;, Ac., etc in HilNUrough and the tl\e lawyers of both\ sides argued, each for '"ASII1 (;TOs'! D. C., March 22, 1878.I .- The O range.

le k .j June t7. 7. tf., adjoining required.) comities., !S]>eeial ref..rl'nl'gi n'n when tf. their side of the i issue, thai it was the duty of have resided! iu Alachua county, Florida Ten or twelve year old orange trees will

= n & 93""MAGAZINE STREET, A. Einstein's Sons -.,-- 40- the i board to throw out and not include in since January, 1866 and was elected to the yield $30 to SCO per: tree only in exceptional;
., State Assembly in 1876 at the time of cases. A hundred trees $10
C. E. FARCE the count or retain nnd count ,precincts on saute to an acre, to a
NEW ORLEANS, LA. the ground of illegality in the conduct of the the late Presidential election. ,I was at thatt.imu tree will .be }better than most people do.
WHOLESALE PEALEIW IX a member of the State Central Committee Then if the trees are not properly attendedto
Architect & Contractor. election fraud that -
or was charged to exist: orange orchards decline, the body becomes
r v yACltltiDT1\ P. )L ZlEGLEIt. The Attorney General of the State and a of the Republican party of Florida, and covered with bark moss and bark lice, and

SCHMIDT & ZIEGLER.) BOOTS SHOES & HATS Plans and Specifications member of the l honrd. had decided that the also Chairman of the Republican Committeeof the limbs full of fiKinieh mo&sMany orchards -

board had quasi judicial power, and had the Alachua county. I was also President of in Louisiana have become almost worthless
> 'J.-" to exclude i the Board of County Commissioners of Ala- the fruit small and sour, by such n'g-
right from
precincts the if
lect. But when attended
properly to
Wholesale Grocers, Savannah, Ga.CARHART&BROTHER. Furnished for Buildings 'the returns were shown to be sa Irregular, chua county from 187.3( to 1877 and was familiar orange is one the most beautiful in the South,

-- false or fraudulent as to prevent the board with the manner:; of registration and cm States, and the most profitable of fruit
c .UPORM OF WINES AND LIQUORS, from ascertaining from them the true vote. manner of voting, the location of the polls I trees. It Is the queen of fruit and ornann:ut-
B th Public and [Private and all other al trees. Whether buried in beautiful
With this view of its duties the board machinery. As President -
51 53:" & Levee enter
NPR. : ; 55 New fragrant blossoms in laden
or with
} I of said board and with the spring
Importers and consent of
D Wholesale e Grocers. ed upon the work of the canvass with the [ golden fruit in autumn or destitute of both -
I -, : ':New Orleans. Estimates furnished when desired. conviction that they were invested with large said board, I located all the polling places, '! blossoms and fruit in midsummer, its twigs

t-: Nos. CO and 58 Park Place discretionary powers which were of a mixedcharal'ter appointed all the inspectors who conducted ,i and branches always clothed with a pn.lu-
Superintending the construction of Building a the election, received and counted tho ballots
sion of dark leaves it
-iC.wl. a SPECIALTY; iolitical and judicial the green u a magnificent
-.4 owrt00htstlionarla and made and certified to the returns. '
: p..rA sw".lra wa> rt.a NEW YORK. June 16, 3m. treo everybody admires. -New Orleans
largely predominating. Partisan
,>".\' : and I appointed as inspectors: of Archer precinct, i I 1'ieayunc.

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: .. SUNLAND TRIBUNE. Recognition at Last. [CoMM C3f ICATKD.] Proposed", Change in the Count it ittloti ting for delegates may also say by theif voles :Much excitement I

The River and Harbor bill, as it passed MR. EDITOR :- of Flnricl.i-IIo\v Shall it be Drought whether they are in favor of a Convention or the. arrival of a'Russiajf/y '
j. P.WALL About ? not. If they shall decide affirmatively let Cimbria. Her dcstinr_V7.
Editor. the House of Representatives, further directs A few words on the fair held
the Constitution which shall be framed by The British Consul} isir' ,
; is .X.Spencer, Pttbr&Business Manager.Tampa the Secretary of War to cause examinations at Gainesville, Fla., may be of interest to i ..
the Convention thus called thus elected and '
J : your readers, and show what can be done by To S. TURNBCLL, Esq., Monticello, Flu. : -Te Eight cr- .
:IlL, sat rthlaY llth,' or surveys, or both, and estimates of cost of thus submitted for ratificationor M.
snctione b $
181&I a few men-in a short time. The first Annual Sirs-Your note of the 26th ult., askingmy churh
-.- iihouthe I' improvement, to be made at the following Central Fla. District Fait" opened atGainesville rjunc by majority of the qualified ing, met in Atlazi "
! iiifAll Bourne: Lcttefe ten to die views as to a change in our present voters, at another election be held thereafter. ."
in Florida Suwanneeriver Caloosa- were deiegatesCw'.P' .
points : Fla. on April 30th and continued t .
abJi.her aDd Manager < ommbl1lett.on..W... to Constitution," was duly received, and should ratified, I believe no intelligent law ..) -"fT> ".
hatchie rhermouth of Hillsborough river four da vs. Articles for exhibition were present -.s
Uie '
1 have had earlier but I yer can be found who will that the Constitution /- w*
an answer even now say
slow in coming in at first, but soon came witha ; -An 'f
and 'That .-
---- Tampa bay. } no step wax ever thus framed, and thus adopted l and '- .:
rush. can do no more than give a brief state- "
I 'MoePa.outes.F taken before towards of you ratified will have all JonE :
theimprovement, our not requisite legal sanctions #
On the second and third days the attendance ment, rather suggestive than otherwise. that be .
We called the attention of our readers: Jest .harbor/ehows howjittle! the interest of this was large, the building and groundswere I answer that I am in favor of a new Constitution possess the highest possible authority, amount- NT1T1 :.

\reek to a request of I on. R. II. M. DaviJoa section of the State has ,been cared for here- so crowded by visitors and exhibits thatit for the State of Florida,' more in accordance and demand, a a duty from every citizen of His bou -f
the State his and obedience. I I 11 $.
: *! for information as to what new Fust tofore. Even this late recognition, however, was difficult for one to go about sight sw ( with the principles of popular government support friend and obedient make r

routes were wanted in this section. Now -ii! is something, and augurs better for the fu ing. Most of the Merchants of the city of than.that now f fastened l upon us, and Very, truly, your servant FIoHd&P -i4 -
Gainesville had goods displayed, also a few with greater safe-guards agaiiut ruliiotut tax- -: \ '-
the time for thO interested, R. HILTON. : -
take the ture. all these several B.
: to nec- Improvements at !
and! of and .
all ion ite
from Jacksonville, uf which helped to at J am injarur formation perb1 \
tessary steps towards getting their mail facilities points are important, though that in our: harbor make a good and full --display McMHlin adoption at the ,earliest day in which, thi CL abe Tallahassee, April 23,1878.STATE -. strawb ror ,
improved. It is impossible: for Mr. Davidson cannot be ignored except by a total disregard & Miller, had a table of Drugs and toilet articles done, with due regard to recognized f forms the -

to.have the routes established unless of the commercial interests of this Bryant & Co., Foster & Colclough, of procedure in such cases. NEWS. at L.--3.--NO.--IO.
showed Groceries' Matherson & Eiulle, Dry To your further question: What arc the Leesburg has citizens. $ !
he .
F where they are wanted. place) and this section of the State. 5 per bl __ '
goods. The table of FIn. tanned leather was first steps to be taken iu the matter? my reply .
: We know that e petition was sent! on some Since the above was in type lIon. R. H. good and weil filled. ". is: -Cigar Manufactures: are suspending in -- N ftho river wh t f 'f

time since asking for the eatablUhmeut of two Mv Davidson has informed us that he introduced In the Department of Fruits there was buta 1. Choose at the next election candidates Key West. .; ; t1G up 1 tt >

Fjpst Offices on the eastern side ofTampa a bill into the House 0)1 the 29th email display-the time of season being for the Legislature who represent this sentiment. -The cholera i is killing hOg'and cattle in. --I: ndrD"u3 what i the J *h or .

bay, one at Moody's store on the Alafia, ,and April to make Tampa a Fort of Entry, an most too late for members of the citrus fami Lou county. .w freh water, and when d;titV a .
ly. Oranges, Shaddocks, Limes, Strawberries 2. When the Legislature meets let one of A o the sea? ,
the other Little Manatee and that these -The wheat in Madison is 1
shall urge its passage. So far as we are able crop county Do th'e .
Blackberries, Mulberries, Japan Plums its first acts be to pass a law calling a Constitutional difereni or .
; in conjunction with Bay view and Pu Pcnal- judge Mr. Davidson; is alive to the inter- with a few half grown Peaches and Almonds Convention, fixing the time for i its splendid.Col.. ". 7 sac agesAttendsi'flo Vlr n'f : "

lis on the western side of the bay, be supplied ests of his constituents. His efforts in be- completed this department) ; most of the above early meeting, alut.pro\'il.ling that the people H. L. Hart is building a warehouse the fish coc on the b :i -1

!by a.common water route taking: in the.cir- half of this section certainly deserve grateful were good specimens.Pacing in voting for delegates shall alo"ote for or at Okuhumkec hCUe..nd 1 _. boretheya G .

mtvcnrafercnce. uf- the- bay.- A lot route from appreciation. through the Floral Department, agaiiut a Convention. If a majority shall be -5,000 people are out. of employment in UcFr.1 _. .. __ 0. < '., .
... Wag to be seen the love and tastes of the Ladies for, as. I .do not doubt, the .Convention can Key .
: :
Keyesville the Alafia to Palmetto on the 'Vet "; '
for those little things that help to beautify meet, do its work in two or three weeks, at a i Lovengreen STMadseh ''
J Manatee river with two or three Post offices The Finance Mauatcc County. the home. cost not to exceed thirty or forty thousand -The town of Quiucy i still clamoring ,

< :: located on the line, would supply large EDITOR SCXLAXD TRIBUTE : Field crops= and vegetables were in abundance dollars, (the cost of the late Convention of the for a shoemaker. Keep a complete Stock oflL''T -

'scope! of coautry: with mail facilities where It has seemedto all of good size and quality great State Georgia. was less than fifty thousand -Milk and bread carts jingle through the OIL, -

there has been none heretofore. We me proper that, now that the Grand Presentment Table luxuries were few, yet all looked ,)) nnd, if its work ii properly done, it streets of Palatka.Key and G GLASS on .
1 suggest has appeared, statement of tempting, the list was wheat, corn and Graham should save the tax-payers of this impoverished Fuirnitoreynitule to 011,r. Alno: all kiou*' Ld
.that ft few prominent cititens directly iuteres- proper bread, several kinds of cake, jellies andsauces 1 State, annually! at least two hundred West :!liPI)1at year $27,000,000worth tun Franiv al reaswtiable1. prioea.May .j i J
: ted in these! routes' write to Mr. Davidson the pad and present condition of the.Manatee preserves, butter and wine;of the wine thousand dollars: taxation. Before the war. of cigars.Peuisacoha llth. tf"SEND

giving him the necessary information. Dou't county treasury should also appear. there was nine ((9) kinds, all Fla. made. under the Constitution as it then stood, and is. enforcing rigid quarantine vouu ORDERS: TO THE -

:: put it off waiting for somebody else to do it, When the present Auditor entered upon The Ladies department of Handiwork and governed as we then were, with property against vessels.

but dolt yourself. his office he found no account books and no Fine arts would require more time and space which, under a system of low US"l ml'nI.1 j I -An abundant is KEY VEST MARBLE WORKST.

; .. .r data to found his account books upon exceptthe than I have to do it justice, let it siifh'ce to was more than double what high apprai-e- the :-5tntl'The I'aea crop expectedtlmmghoul .,
k.- The Democratic Convention. stubs of three old, bay that the Ladies did all that could he meuts now I chow:> the average annual amount OWES MKMKIIY, Proprietor.
two or warrant books. asked of them, iu filling up this department raised by Mate( taxation wo* less than gOO!) )O. erection of a cotton warehouse in Cur isiiu A''O"'nf't" 1t1Administrator'sNotice
Sometime' .
; back we put forward Tampa'sclaim He found tin record the settlement of the with Useful and fancy articles a Worsted Why then, with projwrty) diminished in value Quincy! is discussed there. -

; as the place for holding the Democratic Auditor with treasurer Jones made in July Embroidered Picture, by :Mrs. B. Haile, more than one-haff should we cling to a West *. ?

./ Convention this summer for the First Congressional 1874 relating to tax for 1873, but no scratchof Pencil Drawing, by Miss S. McCormick, Constitution\ under which we are compelled dust-Key and papcr little complain. about the t LL PERSONS having demand the)

,. District. It has been suggested to a subsequent to that. .During" the daughter of Rev. W. J. McCormick, of to pay, year by year, some 8400.000 for :State the jolly chigo. Lt. I:.uteuf William\\ WalV ailt, win
Gainesville. Wax work, Hair and Feather, I taxes, with a core-jpouding increase ot county I I Brother Pratt says the livllowing of the j>ni >nt dU'1 dImly autluntlcatKl.tothcunderMgu ,
us since, however, by some leading men of whole administration /
of treasury Garner by others whose! names I could not learn and municipal taxes?making our, as I vei- alligator U now heard throughout the land. williiii the time i srt.euibetL l br laW or this notice ,
the party in; this section that, in view of securing there was no settlement. Treasurer Glasier were worthy of j;j ec5al mention. In the fly believe, the most grievously taxed State I'I will Le }j'lfu'l in bar of their rccorery. and tho. intiebteti -

unity and harmony iu the party desired to settle having been removed from feather line a Miss Allen had on exhibition and jicople in the civilized world! I know it : other Several Suites farmers have:settled from Illinois on the, Iowa, Sutfan-, and 1 to said: ; Eitate will make immediate% Kttleiuint. *. -

throughout the Jatate, it would pn&>ibly be office ; aud to settle his account it was necessary .. Feather: work" from Mexico\ city. This class is generally thought. that a the result of the uee. C.F.WALJ, I
of woik is said to be the relic Rogues Saturnalia in South Carolina the j 'S
only existing
better_ for only one convention to be held fort to back to the .beginning. A lot of people I J. K L1PSCOMB.Adminwtratcmi.. .
go : of the Ancient Aztec Art" of embroidery, ; of that State are sufficiently burdened, Milton has 1 shoe factory run by steam I .
-' both districts, and that Gainesville. would- be books was opened as the law requires: and in I and making entire robes of feathers. The : which is entirely true ; and yet you will find power. I turns out ,500 pairs of shoes per I Tainjia, Fl.u Mar 11 th, 1878. 8w '.

t,: the best place, as being most central, for such the form prescribed by law, but it requiredthe work represented sixteen birds, none larger that the present rate of taxation. State and day.: I -

!.r" a common convention. We do not 'know solid labor of weeks to do it, and the labor han a silver dollar, yet HI perfect that one county) in South Carolina, is not ijuilc half Jones of Peiisacola Notice. '
what the State Executive Committee could: tell at a glance the name of the bird- u'1wt is in Florida Do yi-u not agree with Major resigned on
MONTHS after date I nill
.;; arrangements was performed by a man who had spent account of a difference, between him and the. TWO pre ent DIY ap-
are going to make, but would suggestthat most of his life hey} should be seen! to be appreciated. Mrs. me in thinking that a Constitution under council. 'and \uulheJ to the Hon. Judge P i '
among accounts. Matherson of Gainesville .-ho\fl'C.llmU madeof which such exactions are permitted and committed bate in and ti.r l HilIsUm>uih County, I'b; f 11
come such arrangement as that (proposed? Something occurs in the Grand Present- Palmetto and shucks that equaled IUt- shotil 1 be swept away with all convenient -A valuable mare belonging to Mr. R x-<- annual; xvttlvincnt of the F tate of \e au Auder.n. -

would meet with favor among leading men ueut about the Auditor's accounts not being tiling in'their line brought from the North.S. steps ? in was killed at night recently* m Key J. M. McCLUXO, Adw'r. ( .-

1- in this section. Of course the object of this plain, but they are plain enough to show a B. Hubbard &: Co.. of Jacksonville: hud a But it may be that there are those, the/ ".1 \ \ t. Tampa, May 1 1 hll, 1 HT8. SW-

: common convention is merely to allow of anI balance against the old collection of $3390 flue display of Farm implements, and Hart who, finding their profit and advantage in the I ----.- J
-The New York Times
that Florida
&: Beuliam, had a small store of field and contributionsruiigfiom the i.ntny, aron : says Notice.
interchange of views, as we presume that plain enough to show that the General Revenue garden seeds. Parcell of Tampa: was: out this very account, opposed to any change: in leads. the world as a producer of 'criLtiieliarsineanizug

,. pach district will act independently in proposing Fund was overdrawn over 81600, Oe- with his wind mill, a large: crowd was always a (Constitution under! the operations of which Mt-Liu and I Dennis. ,VTMcatu-y: having "et'iirrI l in the I'nitwl t". j fe

.., the (party candWate.t' fore the collection of the taxes of 1877 was around him-the gentle breeze that was required thfj are doing so, well. If so, you will probably -The Steam: '!hip I Havana: i io to take the l-i (' Ii.n'lI'lv!, ,. I ,, at>-t W of"Florida t Point; nOlii.front the 14 ?

Should the idea of a common convention begun (almost as much as the tax applicableto to keep the mill in motion was ton be told by them that a rc\iiul.of our place of the Agnes on thc route fn iu Cedar IwnI.h''n.! ", tint:, a board of Kxaiuiner; will con-.

F not be entertained as feasible by the State that fund for show Jrcutll.--but this did not frustrate Mr.[ Pareelfhis ] I present Constitution accomplished proposal Keys to Key West and Havana. vr .in Talljha.t on .
1877)); plain enough! to : many words that (awe ::,0 fast iu praise in a few months from the meeting of the leg "'('culsda)'. lillil of May, 1878,
t. Democratic Executive Committee, we think the balance of the -Ti.e next State Fair i is to he held in the .
just : unexpended Building of his machine, kept it going. iJtuf' W'.uld berevolutionary.. They may F..r the rX4niiuii. : ( m of cnJhIute.i, for the IJirion f
it due, to this section of the State to have that Fund ; plain enough to answer any question Quite a number of curiosities were to bo tl you that a new Constitution can lie. made county offering the gnatest inducements including t.ft'nslit. ,

of the First Congressional District at Tampa.. that cau be asked about the present condition seen; one a silver spoon, said to be the, oueGen. only I I in accordance with t t the circnitioiis" proce a contribution of not less than .TIi- ll: ianl} of Jxm.inlN: : will conit. of Capt.MIM. -
his f forth in the final section of $ OOU. ni S \ : lln. \VADE and lr. C. .\..
p The Executive Committee, as now organized, of the county finances. Washington took soup with at a ,set our present : Ihxu. -

we do act believe has a single representativeon } Yours dinner party while eucamjHxl at :Murri- j i Cu-titutiol, which would. require f four urfi.e i -.\ bill has, l lemu i'ltnvhuvil, in C irre-s <>f C.nididntns : :
Respectfully town N. J. A of ic Yiolino from the time the first i is u- :: Qlalfi'atuu.
piece mu- years step irra'itisig: t II! tlniii uid d 'Iiirs! for
: !
tv : a puliiielitiilding :
it from the southern ,
of the State Tli.- tf tlio t.i.tL-.iun! f Ild tulLe Aradtiiiy
portion JOHN G. WEUB a >r ; t -
1'rirno, published l 1 7Z $. Two newspapers.'Boston ;. kc'i, to bring) aWit the desired con-ummation. in TalhihiU'svu to be ed P.i ; .
: u i J
as a t < liv-t\Vf and}
r- and it possibly might be well for some kind Deputy Clerk of Manatee county. Gazette" of March\ 1 12th I that in its is I = : ) I'Ol'n Twviity-two n.f.CI.ft. .
1770. My reply H : terms n-ily I
.. t.on-I j \'cLII office'court house te.; inn-it Uat K'a !S v fii-t in' hi>:lit :n.1 I j .
reorganization of it to be had before -p- article the ',, dirtctury; not alol inf.t' ., iuisi.raI ,li l '
proceeding taming a lengthy on oitctjueiuccofstationing :<; LI Ir ) ( I montions I f..1 nny tus .r >'II.r, and ,
? CLAKEMOST, DODGE Co., MINX., citizens in time I in which 'lvnltsttr Yorkc of !\1'\(11! >!i pp'| ed I .iiv-r.tily frun: tlv-liiriuily. v infirmity, wh" '
to actiou. We would like to have troops among of i one w:1 1 new ('oltiluli"1 : any r 3
4. April 30th 1878.Sorron under II I be framed it exclude and! fell!! of legs un the :1:1' n-iiiK-r tlu-in unlit: for military IHTVUIL. Tlivy
views peace" pretence Mipporting the Law. can ; doos, not or 111'\'ukil'
j.he of others. TRIBUNE lrlhil- 1 1st i.ist. .11",1| in i iu wriiintr inclu-
01TIlE 11:11..1 ,
4 I I
New York Po..f' of Nov. it others in which it I ailirm l n'toJ
r Morning Friday : can: as > .lil Ilrth."tli'I'! and and hav a -
A !It Constitution.. Tampa, Fla., 7th, 1783.: These papers arc owned by B. W. larly, acefully, gaily, constitutionally! aid.successfully I i -.\ pig 1-:; months: old weighing. 20SjHitii'd I knsswkihc; : ..EI.I1; ). gr.uuL.sr, ..t : Dear :Sir;; :-Your Fontain, of Gainesville.But done hi t the Bill or 1\IrUII : l; raised: : i; Alucl.uasn lu''xhfittll ivr.. :i'!iy-pirtuiilarly of mir own "mll and of.
: There seems to be a general dissatisfaction! paper has finally come to hand, it was 10 notice must be taken of the good quality of Kights prefixed. t to our present CUI"lituti.n., at the late : the hi-i," "I' the I'liittil Stati*. -. .'
!. with the present State Constitution because and fine apin-arance uf the Horses, Mules! and to all ito provisions, you m.iy Tht'oin! iv r.-,,'h'i. ilw, :apjuiintni! -lit inu< tIK 1
days on the road, but it"ill Iaruuouut The storilioinf the Perdido Bay Lumber actual f <
you see come : an : n-Mont the lt )flrM.4btflaI l>iiI J
'of its cxpcnsivencss and the many antirepub4lic1Ln Cattle, Sheep and HOLS ; they would: do. read f lug language: : .
t-\ I lCJ\ burned the ot"27.loss I rid of FI.ri.b. and lif'mu every week now, and that is as often as Company: was on flight ,
any credit to fair at the North. "All is inherent in thc -
features it contains. It was evidently any political power poopie. $10,1)0(1.) ) ( liter 1111: tu13th! Il.f Juiu next.
;. formed in the interests of the office holding weekly could l he expected to come. I am Fernandina had on exhibition speci. Government; is instituted for the pro R. 11. )1. lUYIItfON.M.L .

J ... delighted with the papei and I hope that mens of COU l etc work, 8c1a ptlll for dl inHlit) I, h'ltiol. security and tMldi of its citi/--ns, all -Tin corner stoiuj'of a MOW: Odd! Fellows % I 1-t 1 Di-arii-tof. 1nrJs1 j41.
class, and with the object in view of perpetuating every family in Southwest Florida will give sewers, wells and cisterns, also for building I i i I ihfij/ hare the right: I') ( "r amend the sameI I nlge was laid in Key West vu the 2i Iilh; ofApril

lr the power of th ..thcu controlling political I anxious material. I I. ichrnrrer the juihlie; lml may rtqnire it." with imposing:ceremonies.The Notice to Taxpayers, -

; party. It nat, moreover, adopted at a you a generous support. am to Take the Fair all around it wa: a general ,J Jsuccess.every 1 1 Bills of Rights," says otC ot the most di1 -- lack of FvVest. have done "ToTiCK: IS IEm-y: : ; : that I
\ learn something of the Charlotte Harbor one wa plea-ed, and: I satisfied.: t.I tinguished I .t f living American I law vrit.rsaIi4I lot .A" c'IIIh.! m'J. wi.
: time when money was flu.'h and extravagancein much for I the past t three months. I Duii.s in .T.x .n l"t of 1? (
country, the islands, and the mainland on cannot see why a thing of this kind could *! .JUI, I' "are before Constitutions," and with the .nvi all ,tts, hltl i'li.1: l aid time wil! Uavli :
both public and private affairs ruled the the north shore of the Bay ; are the islands not be made to pay in South Florida, where : .everything therein contained is l'XCl'ph11 out la":111rul away profits.S. .ir j>rovrtIc| \iit t on ti>r stale to"ati"fy lai.. taxt-i .

hour. And, more" than all, it was formed by habitable ? Are there is as good material f for a Big; :-h.; 1\\" ( of the general powers of ( IIWrnl'lt. and all H. Mallory, editor of the Ptnwola lt.uk. ta-'Inr,t. thrvrajrii 1 1S7U nnd 1S77} nHU-t alxU ..' _
they surveyed, and are the 1 a I'lilll., time will -
a set cf'mcn alien to the interests of the people as any where in the State. In fact we have a I laws: contrary thereto nn'"uill. The principle .I//I/" (', won valualtle: piece Ilfih'\ plate .ai. >::a I.\Y fulliiw.SK.
,. ands in the market ? Are they liable to be class of fruits and other articles. in I at recent target! slu oting in that city. : SPAHKMAX. "i
and with the special purpose of enabling larger pome now generally reeognizd a* aplliCahh. i : Collector Jlnnu.HilNl>onHih I'ounty. -
submerged during the cyclones! that occasionally that others do not have. In theso gatheringsit the formation or change) of ( t in I ------. -----_ 5 .- -.
them to rich at the people's -A : disca-e N afi. tin horses -
grow expense. prevail iu that section? Where in is not all iu the display, but a general exchange the) several States of the American Uni-ci: I strange : chug NoticaSIX ? 4 j
Its Cjcpensivencss, the obnoxious features in KeyVt, several tine animals have died. .1f i .,
I many of 'iewJ-moc.lcs of cultivation &i, j in I: found judicial expression in the following :
opinion, i is the most eligible site for 1
: it contains, and i its not representing the your a &c. that produces good, and in tilJ1<'. ;\il! loll. 1 word-I* : They are i taken with a ('h1! I ami lockjaw.M MONTHS(( after d.ite I will ureatut nir n 4 '

interests of the property owners, the taxpayers town, on Charlotte Harbor ? (a commercial Let a meeting of the citizens uf !South Fla. I .There i is underlying our whole system I Key'e&tt Diyxttch wants ( ,11.1 voui-her.to the Hun E.: M. Urnliai j i-fi -
-n even Judp fur final wttlemi .
town). Do bananas for County uCIIh'County J s
sufficient you grow : enough be held at no distant time to devise t for government principle acknowledged: 1 ribt t t IJIJ.to' of the ; I
it should
are fully reasons why ways I 1 f111)'r lt a lew plant a :la.I ? tl'l'. nt t.iah'Wilti.tin: (rl.n 11Imll a.-k. f .
abrogated by a convention of the people home consumption: at Tampa ant1 vicinity ? holding a Fair, and in a short time we. will j! in the jn-ople to change t their Coiistitut'n, I'They exjH.vt the city to (lie shaded short to be 1Ihr\.llh\nfl.m.! I
: r What is the price of lumber at Tampa, also be up, if ma ahead!, of other portions of the j except wlure specially prohibited in the Cotititutior t jute.I 1 II. J:Carlton -. 4'j
: : and one more in accordance with true repulvlican State if not of the South. J. lL4 itself all .\ v-nt for It. A. Carlton, .,
fash, doors; and [blinds t Is there a haw mill :S. st : m al r.ld at li/" *, I r.c. -
: principles.and the ability of the people v II whether there i is a wa provided in their Con Three FlnriJ: negroes sailed 1 in the bark Xov.2lti,1877-! --1
i iu operation Charlotte Harbor ? Is
near )
to carry on a State government, be adopted. -Though it is believed that Ru!"!sia has secured :-tituliol or .zur from Clar.t.m., I'I Lkria. Thewr .
there any Cedar on the Miakka ? In case a Austrian her in carried :3">(0) of their ARRIV.LNOt
situation mo .
T. :Now is the time for the people to consider ( neutrality, military Lit my meaning sayingthe I negroes luJ nu.l'Cton.
Railroad should cuetrate to Charlotte Harbor in is final section of Copslitution
j Turkey regarded ascxtrei'iely crit- our present ; AT
4 the matter, nnd would' be well for them to '
where would be its probable southern terminus ical. Turkey is thought to be more than ever providing 1 method, for its revision i is directory I
give expression to their views relative thereto in favor of and 1 / 7-K.: O. Gwynn, auctioneer' of Key West, W.G.
? Where is the southern terminus of an English alliance and Russian not 111ffor.Iany( of the State Fe Agt.
4t in their primary political meetings, as :it will influence at the Porte is decidedly on Constitutions say on pn--ag C Ifi I f'ccnllu consignment of jtrwl'rrlc from ri'

it no doubt enter largely into the approaching: previous surveys. ? the wane. Besides this, the Turks having entrenched a hill by t tlm 1 legislature the question hal betaken thl but the delay in shipping SPRING GOODS
caused them .
: State campaign. In this connection call : themlel"C, and possessing an armv I by ayes and noe, which shall duly

: Attention to the letter of lion. It. R. Hilton, publish the above letter in the hope before Constantinople equal to any the :Muscovites \ entered, upon the journals. Yet in a case -Bs. ---B-- -- STAPLE GOODS
can moss, are growing very bold! and involving this point judges of distinction I. NEWS.
that of renders below here be gieat .
.Tallahassee, on the subject, which will be our may though General TmHetau has demanded a hu n 111 that the Constitutional provision LBJES1 GETS &CHIIJDREN3: HATE & SHoes. :
found in another pla e.ia able to answer most of the questions. The surrender of Varna, Shumla and Batnum in wa- directory)', and that laws pas-ed -Hon. John Morrissey of New York diet!

In concluding n article discussing this writer will observe_ that lumber etc. are not accordance with the terms of the treaty, they not in compliance with it were valid, Again : on the Ita il5t.lcmh Tin and Crockery Ware. :

4 subject the Florldian'says : Get off: with advertisedln this paper, nor any other published refuse to yield them. General TodleU-n! .where. Constitutional requirement was )lI, the Buchu man, is again in

the old and on with the new, that the people I here, and therefore we are unable to will have to display considerable diplomaticskill no bill shall contain more thu one subject, : on a charge acute lunacy.K. Hartee, Cutlery k, Willow & WcoflenVa rj -
; to all these difficulties. which shall "
overcome l in the
expressed title
; be satisfied and relieved of the burdens give him any information on that point. ... et'\rly :. nerni1 ton & Song, .
may --
-4. the manufu'lurcn FURNITURE
the ,
Supreme echoing viewsof ,
We will however that there is : of Iliou >. Y. ;
considerable guns .
the say &c.:1 __ ?? -
expensive Information f\ill"1 .
: imposed by present machinery having been received in Chief Justice Thnrman, now the eminent i -i't
; : government.'* So mote it be. demand for lumber, doors, sash etc., anda Washington that serious troubles exist on the Democratic Sinatnr from that State, went MI -The South Chiiragooolen mills are BRIDLES, BITTS, SPURS, J -

.. r first class saw mill would da good business frontier, anti I that friends of Lcrdo are instigating faros to say, even this provision was but directory I 1.ti ruiui I. I>i>s 817.1,000.Bayard I )I). HEAVY AND LIGHT
The- Ilrookftville- Hack Lin*. here. raids from Mexico to Texas with a view and not mamiafory.. Now, while I j jGROCERIESI
.. complicating the United Suites with tl.ink it whether Constitutionalprovision Taylor minister. has arrived in
We arc pleased to learn that, an effort is -4. the questionable I : ,
A iieing maae in Washington to get scmi-weck- ,I.a. The finni'Tropical for April has Diaz Government, ami arc also organizing clearly intended. to limit or ('outrll I

service restored'on' that pprtion of the been received. This is one of the most valuable movements iu Texas against )Mexico the Cabinet : Legislative power or action should! ever \ [ Congress will :adjourn fine die/ on 1st.I FLOUR CORN, GRITS, MEAL, JUCT ,
Jy decided that directions other than absolute. and .
should IHJ i iviml dccrc'l to lie.strictly !I June.
.IJe and I line between monthly periodicals published in the OATS, BACON PORK SALT, CX3F _
GaiQ \ Tampa{ stage from each of the detriments that violations literally complied with, I have no hesitation
y "Jjere and BrookerUle. The reduction of the South, and as a Florida J production certainly of the neutrality laws should be )prevented.Esrobcdo !. in paying that where it is not the legislature Russia has purchased several steamersfor SUGAR, SYRUP, BREAD, BEA.4

; service on this end. of the J line to g. weekly merits the support of every rending man in is at the head of these movements, but the people, who are vainly and! cruisers, American firms are to arm them.Gen. FERRIS' CELEBRATED HAMS. '

.* mail has aiwayssavored rather: of parsimony the Suie., We heartily recommend it to our and the question arresting him for violation presumptuously attempted to be bridled in L. Smith has been confirmed as
of snch laws was discussed. the exercise of sovereign ansi: collector of the of New DRVAXDSALTEDMEAT I
readers both in and out of the State powers Orleans.
a repository p.r
has in
than economy ; and more ways than -B- tives, the language in which such pnr\J.I\1 i Canned Fruit* and Preserctt ofallkindt J
1 pne, proven detrimental to the interests of of useful information about the wholeof -The mill which lately exploded with so expressed should aluityi ho regarded -: Of.nll foreigners are iu attendance at ,

.our sister county Hernando, Travel is always Florida. Subscription. 83,00 a year. much force, and which caused the damage by circrtor capable of being so construed. ; but, the luii Kxposiuou.W. TOBACCOSEGAflS.j

w increased by the ready and frequent -Tho Tampa TRIBUNE- r -has got hold of aNew fire ,several was! the Washburn.others at Minneapolis It was the, Minnesota largest- its not authors, treated deemed with guilty titter of contempt and S. O'Brien, of the.firm of Flood & And Fancy Orocerien of eTerr variety He .

; means of conveyance over the route, and Hampshire paper bearing date May 14, flouring mill in the country, and the largestbut i unpardonableinsolence. O'Brien, of Cn! i is dead., He was a bachelor on hand a Urj-e stock of Good l KnbMtantial Go.kep

tLere is not the slightest doubt but that the 1836, which contains some extract from the one in the world. The cause of the explosion There is, in my view, hut one restriction aud worth twenty millions.Comj ,. i uit ever the tonntry before.trle and offer* them chnPr t ;
Floridian of"r
.(act'" that, there was only one stage a week of April of the same year in reference was pw generated by the manufacture upon the right of the jXH>ple of Florida as asserted >otcnt judges estimate that the J l'amil Hotel and Ship rapplied at th* ; ::
(- .from here to Brooksville has deterred manyDroepectoif to the Seminole war then being conducted of patent flour. The noise of the explosionand in their I Bi of Right," and that i is crop in Cuba"will fall short sugar :-
i ini this State
'by Gen. Scott. The TRIBUNE
flames of the that 10,00
subsequent conflagration they iu
subordination '
who have visited Tampa from 'I to the tons. "Think of Head the
wishes to know who the editor or I your
was were visible at St. Paul, nine miles distant, superior authority of the Constitution of the i Komg.
availing themselves of The public means of the Floridian at that time, forty years ago.. and charred pieces of timber, ashen, etc., were United States. -The Executive Committee of the Republican Barber

conveyance to visit the heart of Hernando Col.! S. S. Sibley,.now dead, was the editor also blown there by the wind. Fourteen arc I-repcat then : Let us choose at the next ( party requests a contribution of 850 Saloon, :,

i4 examine her ricji and productive lands.By and proprietor of this paper in 1830. The known to have been killed. dccti'J a majority of the Legislature favora from each Republican member of C ugfO.I UXIEI MA SOXIV HALL.SHAVING. .
editor entered the office for the I .
: all the this end of the present first --B ble to the call of a Convention to frame -
service .
;L4 mean
; pn a new -The
time in 1841, and has been connected with -lIon. Thomas T. Simmons a leading Constitution. Let the I report front'ashington in SHAMPOOING, HAIR CUTTIXO r J
4 ;ine between Brooksville and this place the paper in one capacity or another eycry member of the Charleston bar and a prominent -': call, by providing for the legislature election of make the I connection with the Florida fraud i is that the .. and DUKS.SI.NtJ in theTD'STYLE. I.

mould./0 be restored to a semi-weekly. day since -Florldian. Democrat, i U dead. j 11ud further providing that the people delegate in vo-, J i Chandler.movement wa l on fbot by Butler and I I would .reopectfully IIiit "ilt A.public BROWS.patnmase. :

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; 41T ND TRIBUNE ttl .. There will be a meeting of the Directors MAllIUED.
of the Tampa, Peace Creek and St. Johns In St. Stephens Church, Philadelphia, en ., ,

River Railroad next Monday to receive and the 1st inst. Hon. W. P. HAISLEV to Mis:*.
consider the reports of the Engineer, Mr. II. JULIA .S. PKIEST, the Rov. Dr. Rudder. ,
I0. 143 Bay Street SAVANNAH Georgia
P. Hepburn. Three preliminary lines have vectoi, officiating.Prof. ,
of IIitliberesngh Lodge c1 --
u '' held on the Ist andBrethren been run into Polk county. On account of Haisley, our efficient Superintendentof 'I

.. w Lb. In sickness. :Mr.\ Hepburn was unable to go Public/ Instruction, u too well known in I

d.rr, Secretary, across to Orlando for the purpose; of exaiuiuug Florida to require any words of notice fromus. Manafacturers of the Celebrated, CIGARS-- .:

so1 "l geNo.21. the intervening country. Mrs. Priest is a native of Philadelphia, ...
r : s
f though for many year a resident of our COTTON BOLL, P.P.GE1mLCOIE,
ACCIDENTAL Snoonxo.!!:At a pic-nic at ",
State and thoroughly identified 1 with its every GOLDEN BUG HAPPY LOVERS: PANDARO,
'iR4 ,he mouth of the *Daft, last Thursday a ,

_ '! little. boy of Mr. Cunio was accidentally interest.The happy couple understand will Semi-'Wcekly ServiceTO ORIENTAL, MEr,VEILLE, EPICUREAN,
a Malls. by James I lend ricks, another boy, while the
? make a short visit to the noted waterincr-pla- GOLDEN FLEECE, NATIVE AMERICAN, JASMINE::{.
in fish the
E>wo,wcre engaged shooting along .
N._ ces-Newport, Saratoga and Long Brauch-
I bore.. The charge from the gun took effect SOTJTDBIEIRlSrAQEISTTS: FOR <
and the principal cities of the North and
r.xLp 1n the bead and death resulted on Monday. CEDAR KEYS AND TAMPA
er i $r.x. East, returning to the State by way of the ,
72ndiy ALMOST FIRE. In the Masonic Seidenburg & Go's. Key West Cigars
i P.M. A lighting up celebrated Mammoth Cave. They will reach ,
.6A.M. Lodge last Monday night, a lighted Tampa about the ,1st of June where they VIA MAXATEK ND EOMOXT. 1lDill's

rrs.ati=, frt. ": 8 6A.M.ij A.M.LT .. kerosene lamp was knocked over accidentally the contemplate Professor spending resumes his several: duties weeks at the before Capital Schofield's & Fuller's well known Chewing TOBACCO'S, i iIX
7 A.M.Wed.12 and broken. The oil became ignited and BY STEAMER(
which we think but an appropriate and
M. for a few moments a conflagration seemed
for him after his
Friday necessary rest : laborious official
ycnr of mail* ne vi table. Owing to the presence of mind canvass of the State, and the excitement ALL STYLES AND QUALITIES, -

M. trcryr. of Mr. C. A. Brown, lIt flames were smoth! and fatigue consequent upon the tour rr. J. COCIIRAN.E. LOG CABIN, '

will beondar. ered. he U now making. RAYMOND\ MASTER.\ GOLDEN EAGLE: ,

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Sundjiy*. ISr List of Passengers per S. S. T. J.Cochran Shipping Intelligence.ARRIVED. ,
loaod prompton 5th May, 1878.. J. W. Kindred, K.XConncr Leave Tampa TUESDAY;: fin Cedar Kern, i ,
? IA1.Leave '
Arrive Ivdai Keon
6attudaya a S.1 Fox, J.L. Edwards, H. Cedar at Keys tVEIiNE':) \ lAY: ; for Tampa, Con tell 11 i nl }** 1110'IcingrJ? o 1> 11, e e-o.Sole .
'- Hudson, Miss Alice Bullock, Mild Euphemia May 5-8.- 8. T. J.. Cochran Capt. E. Raymond, Arrive at Tampa on THUUSUAY.:,
$ ; THOMAS A-CARRUTH, r.x. Ghira, Miss: Josie Ohm, Mrs. Swaine, Mrs. from Cedar Key. Leave Tn -'UID\ for Cedar Keys, "
: :ca FLORIDA INTELLIGENCE. M. A. Walker, Mrs. Jensen, J.. W. Knott, J. 9.-8. S. T. J. Cochran, Capt. E. Raymond, Arrive at Cedar: Key on SATURDAY. AycntitfoiVAXITY FA IR Tobacco anil Cigarftf_
font Cedar --
; .\.. McAllister, J. R. Swlngley, M. :McLean, Key Leave ('('(lllr Ky t:n !SATUUDAY' for Tampa, --

'1I@j,. The tax on matches is uow 8100.- J. C. Vauderipe, and 3 deck. DEPARTED.May Arrive at T1\mpalln SUNDAY. THE EXCELLENCEOF t
tif Mav 9th. O. H. Dorsett, E. O. Gwynn, 9-S. S. T. J. Cochran, Capt. E. Raymond Fur Freight or Passage (having excellent

1i'- ; Y.M6m" mutton corn in town tKis{ week. R. J. Perry, Benjamin Roberts, A. M. Cas- 10-S.. fur S. T.Cedar J. iWh KCVM.ran, Cnpt. Raymond; accommodations) apply to the Captain onboard THE

.'" The belfry of thj Cjurt House u be- thin, ,It'. I'. May\ E. M. Drew, Rev. E. F. for Cedar here.Consignees.. ; or to NAYY TOBACCO !

.w s 1 repaired. Gates. --- -. II. B. THOMAS, Agent, Tampa. THE BRIGHT+

i- "B@ult hu. been quite an active "week RENEWED PJC'fums.-lr. T. A. Carruth
among Per Cochran 5th-A WonKliolF% O Fern, J MANUFACTURED 1JY TIIK: .
: ...r, ,the Good TemPlantiDlr. showed us yesterday some splendid} Photograph HvidiHin.[ : J F Walkers W M Cathcart Hick & E. XEVE, II. I'. JES*>:X, N. !>.,

I"f'q- **ia -, *..Brown. ha received more of those likenesses enlarged copied from small A 11:1\(4.llendewon( Mr Muggre[, Ijorcngrevn"' Drialyn& Madwn A Mitchell, S II, Miller Page, Dentist Physician & Surgeon. Merchants' Tobacco Co., of Boston, Mass.,

Sdgsir 5 tubes long, and they smoke photographs which had become very much L W Ilallard.: Mr Cook. A A Lincoln Nee &

'wed... l faded on account of nge. This work i is done Jensen 9th-Wall" M Hooper& Co.,(Thos I E lla Hait: kin, C<,Donovan M Mclx-an,Trhune.T A NEVE & JENSEN, l be Tested l by the fu-tidunn: l'llewerlly l calling on leading dealer* or applying for. Mtuple to "!lrgentl ;

:.x :,1g.he Nickel Club will meet next Wednesday by the National Copying Company iu Atlanta : Carruth, Tribune, T. P. Kennedy, G Benjamin+ I) Can for the Southern States. ,.'
C McMuIlin, A Lerharalin, Every 1 plug l has a "1'atcnt Metal[ Isabel" with "Merchants[ Tobacco Company" thereon.
night at the residence of Mrs. Col. Ga. Call at the Post Office and examine DEALERS IN -

.\Y. G. Ferris. fur yourselves the original photograph and Ii&tfil: ) led---in---1848.-- ---- HOKUM, BENDHEIM & CO., Savannah, Geo. ,,

S& We notice that the Sweet Plum Treesin the copy. The sizes of the pictures range DI-11A"S, 1\Iedicillcli -

Dr. Branch's. yard are full of ripe fruit. from 8x10 to 10x12 in width, pricesfrom 83, -- ----

The Dr. has several different varieties.. to 86,50. Mr. Carruth is the CotDpany'I : C. L. FRIEBELE, Jewelry: Fancy Goods, BENJAMIN PARCELL

and trill\\ attend to orders. ,
Agent filling
commenced in the
831.: Quarterly meeting
M. Eo Church in this,place yesterday and WAS IT \\"nrsKf.y-Last Tuesday l

n p. ,; 'will continue to-day:and tomorrow.EQU night one of our physicians who by the way, W11o1csttle & lOetnll U. S. Wind Engine and Pump Co's. Goods, : ', .

f 'Master .'truttU A. Henderson the is a Good Templar, wn* hurriedly :-called to Special attention given to the COMPOUNDING of

youthful agent of the Tampa TRIBUNE calledat see a man who while intoxicated had fallen Consisting of the CelebrateclHALLIDAY '

{office 'yesterday.--Sun and Pre**. off of a heavy loaded wagon and two of the DEALER PIl1 sicians' Prescriptions( ) '"

.e} Oaf" The.Lr+uvre ha been provided with wheels had }uu>ed over his body near the: e

p an'uncovered'porch by its capable and well middle. The wagon contained near two r ,
known b'u;'iqes*manager; Col. \}". T. Haskins. thousand pounds of weighed freight. Strange Assorted Merchandise. AND} FILLING COUXTJIT OltDKItS. M
to say the subject ot the accident Deemed but "rINDILLS
V q tQrWe r cvivvd the supplement of the little: if hurt and TEETH KILLED: EXTRACTED, and ARTI-
any ; our Temperance _
JCeuofthe Gulf of! l last Saturday by Thursday's mt'tli<.1LUrieud i U at a loss to understand how F1CIAL TKETII: CKLLULOII' I) HASH: : inwm-i! ,, j
mail neither of the Key West [Corner Franklin A Strve and SATISFACTION ;
though papers : Washington ,] manner: _
he escaped, unless there is truth iu the old IL.ilt.1N'1'IEl).
.dale W h'auiL: How is that? "
paying that a special Providence protects
f. : J JEi-Dlrs: J. M. McKc: sent in a cucumber babies and I .drunken Moreover, our TAMPA{ FLA, We arc aloe prepared to do all manner of work

?, 'l a ,iiotJong since that presented the novel feature medical l friend we honestly believe, feels a in tho! AND

of having a leaf growing out qf one cQ\l 1 of it. little chagrined: 1 because the man was not Makes New ) f'

'i SguBitter; ; the shoe maker, is putting up a killed, ns the order has narrowly misled, he a DepartureWITH Jewelers' and Watch Makers Line, ,- .
thinks, n tragic illustration of the evils! of
of.No shoes for in
pair 12 young man town. ALL WORK WARRANTED.: ;
llj_ wiu compelled to built: them [iu the street. iutclU perancc.ta .
We invite attention to our STOCK. s :
>IgV. Mr. E.; E.1'rattt of Litucua,,has -- The Grand Lodge Independent Order Tampa.Ki1i.2l.77.: tf.Haynswortli FARM PUMPS.I '
Xew Store antI Xew Goods.
,erj !up Dyer 1000 acres+ of laud in hid neighborhood of Good Templars of Florida, met ou the 9th) l --- .

: firpar.ies in Elgtu! and Chicago, III. inst. with the followiyjQ representatives from .t & Canning rDr1LEns I I. X. L. Feed r i iIIs, Tanks, Rubber Hose, Water Pipes, Points,

"r' PnKMlOl.,-Mr. C. E. Parccll received Subordinate Lodges.R. 'I7 ViRY: BODY that dues their Trading in. Tam- : IN
J. fury, Island City No. 9. Key Wc.t.E. J-4 let| I i.* invite l to 1'lll1\n,1 !Ill' impr:wll with the ETa, ETC., ETC
,soother premium for) hu aw gummer at the undeniable fart, that fur the Fall and Winter l>u"inexx. i- Suli-AgeuU wanted in each county to whom liberal tlHcmmU will to gh'.n.
l :. .. Gainesville Fair. Ie altO received a premiJiU O. Gwynu Unity No. 11. u I have the incM-t complete, thcapeot: and best For Prices, terms, &c., send stump for circular. Address, '
-:.'''' untfur, wind mill. A. M. Cubtcllo. S. L. No. 10 Cuban "' Steo- BENJAMIN & 1'ARCKLL.: -i

.. B. R<.bert:*. Ku-ing Star No. 20.( ple, which II'ruI"'C-| .' to ollyt nt Midi prior as willKivv Augu 11-3m!. Tampa Fla.MCDONOTJGlT& .
1l The next'figulnr meeting of the entire Mli-factionx-to why( miyf.ivor 11112 ._ Ip
'. II. L. Crane, HHNborotigh; No. 21 Tampa. with their patron.i. My Stork i U large and carefully - -- -- ----- -
3' lAtlics Memorial\ Society will be at thertsitldnee ,.
'led, 't.n..i..tin of aliuiMt and
\ ( ;; anything;
1 Hudson Star 22 Manatee.J. .
,! of Mr[ T. P. Kennedy Tuesday, : Morning e\rrviliiiig; usually found in n first elates well '\'''''- BALLANTYNE
'v. Kendrcd, Sun IK-an 27? East Jacknoiivillc latid store, and I 'tirojxwe In give fin. hcatUf.u' in 'r IN: 'V .A.RE
May }4th,3 o'clock p. at.B3T lilY dealinas! will,I me<'t with favor ninoni; the )buyiiifj -
and Kllaville No. :S2 EIla\ille
r There was shower of ; ('tlunlllmil '. Ik>u'l hifitate to .L-k if there io i ,
; very J.\I. lay"man, Bartow SS Bartow.F. anything else you would. like to look at when roil IIARDWAEEA .
rain.last Saturday afternoon for which there think: yon have done trailing with me. :Selling; '
I I' was -"beginning' to be felt some need. The P, MaytWajhington 3J: Quincy. p.*(.I.!. i io mltfinei) ..> and. in making s.iKs: 1 know 1>-- MACHINISTS AND PATTERN MAKERS, ,
'j L The finances! of the Grand Lodge were found .that t t-hotting them is part of my bovine t
first few,day following it were remarkably iu good (:condition hhouing that the officers in i Cor. '
East Broad
and Streets
I 900! for thin ,K"O+.,IU and latitude.} If You don't soo what'you want ask for it; STOVES Liberty ,
charge of that matter had: not been derelict in ,
I JK5" Mr. C. I. Fri>.Wle\ had a splendid) duties. After disposing of a large amount of lOud it will behowii. with plia-nre) and with no ill -:0-: : NEAR ATLANTIC AND GULF RAILROAD DEPOT, .
feeling if d I. not to-day.: I want
jmrih.i-e lilYI'atnn.
jou )
,, 'stock of Spring and) Hummer; Goods, &c., important buMuv.-s and the elections and appointments to feel that it t H a pleasure to trade at my T !
bought very low for call and will 1 b,: IWhllSo ) of oih'ccr, the following officers More.:: A general: orlincnt of tin and hardware} <".f every G_ .
description.l Kerosene oil tark.I.ircll'J.I.l >', tin
r low that even the oldest inhabitants will open were installed for the ensuing year; Terms Cash. churns, wi\iM, dij'iien', match safes, water cooler*, MANUFACTURERS OF ';; ,

their eyes with n. east, cake Uixi-, jell mould,cllltt; SUGAR MILLLS
Mr.{ Lump tl ,rUouer recently convictwl C.-Geo, Caliu'ee*. Bartow. Highest market prices paid for Country Produce toilet het-i.rlotliew' sprinkler", DmcrrpgliraUr,battyinns

at Pine Level and sentenced to the "Y. T.-:Mi* Ada McCarty, Tampa. Come and! Ckt. ., naflle irons, ttiiTee inilJM, locomotive !II.llrlln+,

4 :) Penitentiary escaped from the guard at ; Seet'y--Samuel W. 1-Vx, Jack'\'ille. _( _. yi-it.- __ __ __n_.__C._ L._ _Fill____KIIKLK.Y. ,_ __ roflce waiters eanistere, water I ,polo t$lierwond's, o\i.ter chafing breakfast diiliei'l1I'ItCN.. tea and .

l r Mauateo while ou huoy: to the IViytcnLux. l'IRE01TItATIOY "A. S.-Mrs. M. II. Crane, Tampa. "\ P. Henderson & Co. AND .*aj > *
T.-H. I. Crane Tampa. Roofing and Guttering -

"Chap.-K O. Gwynn, Sr. Key "'. DEALERS INClothing
The new election Done to Order) and all work WAUIVXTID.: .
;M.-F. P. May, Quincy. :7)1 y Gool, .
]law requires that the registration lists of each Call nod examine our stuck of PANS' ??S2
"D. M. Miss TilHe ;\[
The \rKay, Tampa.
in,the State should be published.
county O. U. ;Mr\ Tillie Wall
:r officer* of the different counties should attend. Tampa. COOKING AND WARMING STOVES, OF ALL SIZES, AND SOLD AT LOWEST MARKET PRICES, WARRANTED
1't "I.: G.J."r.. Kindred, Kllaville.O. "
_, :: :to this matter. 1fl. II. Donetl P. W. T. SamuelV.. Fox Boots and Shoos OP ALL SIZES AND FATERN9. FOR ONE YEAR. '.

':" 'P161i90t.tL.-DLeesrs: :0. H. Dorsett, E. O. elected representative to the It. W. G. L. and -ALSO-

j Gwynn 8r. Benj. Robtris;. ii. M. Castello, I':: Hudson appointed W. G. Messenger.A Hats of all 1111( JAY WAUE REPAIRED AT SHOUT Iron Fronts for. Stores and Dwellings, +

and Dr. R. J.. Perry/or K y West J. C. vote of thanks was: tendered) the Steamship XOTICI

, Yaoderipe and Rev. E F. Gates of Mana- and Railroad lines and Hotels for courtesies Hardware, Crockery and Tinware, Feh. 16 78-tf BRACKETS VERANDAHS

fee, and J. ){. Hayraan, of Bartow, were in shown the officers and representatives! -- ,

of'. town ,this week.t& of the Grand Lodge.Jackionville FANCY GOODS &0.. W.' D. CASH Iron Railing for Garden or Cemetery Lots. '

';- -, We notice several date trees in town. : was selected as the must suitable 1.

Roe in Mr. John Jaeksou's store yard u five place for the next meeting to Ira hld on Groceries & Provisions, A. nctioiieei Orders for Brass; and Iron Casting 1 Promptly) Attended<1 tax

the first; Tuesday in Junexl87U.The ;
in bear
or six feet tall, None of them are
meeting was harmonious and the re- HAVE ALSO FOR SALEMCCARTHY t.
This tree is dioecious,, i. e. the stamens! '-" AND .. .
sult of its will do doubt be
are on one tree and the pistil on another, so proceedings productive
,i of iso. of great good.Mr New Ooo lrt atCommision COTTON GINS
Dat, there is not much probability an -41 .. Merchant, ,

Led 1 tree bearing fruit. *. Muggy: ha conntantlv nn hand all that AND AGENTS;:; FOR <:: ,
CJ,; IK wanted in the Millinery line and will fill order;
Received and will be sold
1,:'m::' rBOOJn: .-Last Saturday the people! in I'ruml'lly.--tdr. weekly, DEALER IN Eclipse Portable & Stationary Steam Engines : '

'--"f: the. .$.randon neighborhood, 12 miles from ClitUHllcrGroceries ProrMon ,
ji W. AY, Wall & Co, a>e now receiving and opening j f
here, net and erected a two story building ; their Spring and Summer stock of I>rr .iuod At -A.ttrncti.ve IPriccs. Crockery, Gla. ,Tin and llarrtti'itre, "And Sliives] Governor Company! ,

,. ., fcf..for public purposes-one story is to be u.. ed and Notion which they arc Idling at prictM to suit ,-, faints, Oils, Furniture, Stationery, fc,
.,' the time*.,-if. 4 CALL OU .SEND US YOUR ORDERS.
.,]>>for Church purposes and the other: as a KEY WEST PLA_ \n
'W ,grange and Masonic HalL The size of the Ice Cream and Soda Water served Corner Front A. Ihival Streets, u_ _._._.__ u if
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I "J u tiding M 30 by 40 fee every evening at George Bell's.paY Country Produce i':9-: Cul>in Mess A. Ship Stores Hiippliil at 111Iort I M. A. lUMiEKS., J. )t. MITl'HH.L./ : DAVE WILSON: : li

1 first class Notice J I i Talhhwc Fla. .
Mr. R. Of
Muggc-n jewellercan :1t
> The :ricin the garrison grounds!!!, & Mitchell : :
be found his residence where he Rogers
conducted, under the auspices of the Good will do good honest work in hU line on the AU in search of CHEAP GOODS Elnclitre.mould do well J. C. WHALTON JR i| j
to gin iw a 'IIIlIIl'f"r I'lirvhaoing fI
!tem'plan of HlHsborough i l Lodge No. 21, was most reasonable terms. June pith, tf. -i:4( : Fresh Beef at the old stand, every JH. MYERS & BEGWHOLESALE .

,?? quite an enjoyable affair and passed off to morning except Sunday. Auctioneer GK&OCEHS, I [ DEALERS IN \

" the general _satisfaction of both entertainers GREAT SOCTHEKX RAILWAY.-We princ \ ;..>

and entertained. Many,not belonging to the on our fourth page the report of the house! A. B. BITTER, NOTARY PUBLIC, CUSTOM HOUSEBROKER AND RECK1VKKS OK -'1.0 1.:> ceo B '
Committee on Railways and Canals on lilt I _
'order generously bill to aid the Great Southern Railway Com- Western Produce .
to baud\ its road to Key West. Thisis Cigars & Liquors. t
\'Jrir': Many.in this community were quite mny l i 'j
#- a very important work to the whole United FLOUR, A( S1'EC'IALTI. II
the of the Snynnllah.Geo..
last receipt
hocked Monday on ANDCommission ;
States.! {on. S. R. Mallory long:
,jje.lof- ,tile death, of Mrs. G."M. Taylor showed its entire feasibility Whether the Merchant 81 Poydras St. NEW ORLEANS, I Orders mlicitecl. IVomptlv Filled and .a1"fa"tiuo

which occurred after a short illness on the present officials of the Great Southern Com- Boot and Shoe Maker, i i (i.VUAKAXTEKI: ). Gin
be for honest Tampa: April 20,78.-tf. -, -
her borne inFo are to depended on an '
24th ult dircctly'after reaching pany
IiitlItY notifies the public that he ha otal KEY WEST FLA. c
her wint 'sojourn in performance of their engagements i is: another II P ESCRIPTION FRE I : ,
ytIi G.. During, liKhiHl a SIIOH: bllUl'} in the Masonic building .
Tampa, Mrs. Taylor made many strong question. Their conduct thus far has not and u prepared to tin all work in lai1linc with IVror llitr*ix-and -I for toraje. J OPIUM I ItK sa d..ay. 1.t_, .. I>raalM' b>.she in *'
whom she been such as to gain\ public confidence neatr. CtI and dispatch.Tnmpa If. or xrm" Any !
friends among.our, residents by a KKFKRKNCr.S-Wall: : & Co., .\. F. & C. Tift. "e Nm F."ID", t.. W.II b.|>li, illcntr Ad.Dr..W? ..... f
was'highly esteemed. Floridian.i Kla., Jan, 19ih 1$ ; +oona.iA&G. C.lu4. 1M Ned ricer fttr**!, CUK-MMMkUt O.rrplion ):

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The Mule. and spent part of a day in a boiler August Peterson I MILLER-. -- -&-nENDERSON'SJ30LUMN W. W.. WALL fc: CO'S COLUMN. : PBO8PECTUS"
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....: [By an Army Officer..}, factory, and have been: on one or two Sunday I John Miller [ W. B. Hcndorson W. W. WALL & Co.

rT: .. The mule is the only animal that Noah school excursions for children but, I never THE MORNING -
3idnt. take into the ark with him I have. knew \\lirtt noicva..< till I hcnrd a lot of I Practical Painter, SAVANNA .;
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,N MILLER & lIE hJR 1 ,
looked over the freight list carefully, and army mules bray. f 1 l #0 .', "jo':
:' LKAVE: inform the citi/ of et t -.
could mule for One wf the dead certainties? about mule is BEGS to <.iH T.mip t7 .
a way-billed anyplace a vicinity that he i is now prepared (fet it'.:' e.;
i ; txre&ar-fieadcd< 'VholcPoJu.lc Ifcetnil Wholesale
Ac and
and RetailDEALERS
trot dire td take one ou board, as he knew he feet. He never misplaces them. If lie aclvcrtlert '- Ornament= Piniinl-Ur.1inin' and a t
Paperhanging, having: pntctic: d 'the: tr."}e for -
4' Vould kick a hole through her in I la* than a that hid feel will be at a certain spot tyenty years in Europe and Amerion. lie engage -'

f. certain time with of mule to execute all hill work with neatncn.* and niruracy.X. : 3-tt ...
treek. I don't know a'man on whoec head I at a a sample I DEALERS
t 11. Graining, Sign i :and. (trin\,'util 1'.tinting'slteialti 1t ,
"' yod{ crfuld pour quicksilver ,and run I less risk I shoot, to.nhich he would call your attention UVrklir in AlaM.nie' li'iilding.: IN .

': of its spilling off than on X oab'21. Hu was a you will! always: find them there at t the aj> Tampa,. iX-c. 15; ';i. I 1yr. ...
Assorted Merchandise ;
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I .' dreadful level-headed man, and before the pointed time. Hu is as reliable as: the day of ,. i

i freshet was over. everybody ou earth realized judgment: aud he never cancels an engage Florida.Land. ,

r the.fact. ment. Every lUau now living who drove a Receiving Forwarding
f ,
AX I) OL.-3.-1TO.-10.
The origin of the mule is enveloped in a mule team during the war, now draws a pen- DRY GOODS

good,deal) l of mystery. Tradition informs us won. -- -. -- .

that when the flood had subsided} and the I.ucvcr owned a mole.I came near. buy"- Emigration Agency.No. \xn f [tho rivers and what u the- ratoof'- '

ark had landed on Mount Ararat, Noah was ing one onceHe was a fine looking animal ..(..' upstream} ? "

very much surprised in one of his first observations ; his: cars stood up like the side spires of Commission: :, IXtorcli nts, .:..fresh adroraouj, what U the length ur .
water and
19 Place when do
'- to Cud a good healthy mule standing an Eli=co"al church. His tail \\LS: trininu-d University Groceries & Provisions seal\ they.

r on the top of an adjoining mountain.: The down to that it looked like a tar brush leaning TAMPA, FLA. I, TIlE POLY.differeut sexes or amt ruin, '

i; same tradition informs us that the mule is the up against; him. He was !striped off like J11O11 M !

bnly animal that lived through the flood out- the American flag, and Itaphiid'a cherubs New York. --.c election active and, and h<
side the ark. never locked more angelic than did that T-Tats: And Caps ble canvass or 0 they are mature, or d0 yoaU
two-yeaiold fish
? with
tional Veto the
The mule can be considered in a good mule. lie looked all innocence, though he ,), ,;. ,
till STOCK HAS BEEX SELECTED vigoron < .
('orfl"'pllntl'l.'C M'lieted! vJth: p-irtus': owning O WITH au ? ',.._
many ways though the worst place from was, in no sense. The owner Fat in the wagon ;;;- deiraCltf; trend to 1'.11.!! :JW:"-oiii. M Sl'KCIALKKGAUDTOTHE: : : WANTS OF maintenancewhich! ate the favorite localitt .__ ;._ -,.

which'to consider him is din.c.ly from 'behind with his chin resting on his hand and his THIS I I SECTION, AND THOSE( ; WHO FAVOR US 'are vital'-I l1tther is'.jam .. ,;.t"
SE.T.LAWLER. WITH TIIE1U 'flDEXl.: .> CONFIDENCE.For Boot and eivential to t) <' .,,\.. ,
anywhere within a radius of ten feet. elbow resting ou his knee. In the other hand the information: of all \\e enumerate a few of ; and Shoe* In'addilion to the Presidential election-* the' people .a ';,

t never consider a mule from that point, unless ; he held a sack with a brad in the end of it. the articles we keep' "- in Georgia and Florida will elect new State: governments .
GENERAL In Florid the campaign promise*-to b .
2 am looking out through D fluo of a I examined! the mule and .asked the rrtau a Coiij-itzinUjr on Hziii unusually_ vigorou} and there u a probabilitr*

boiler. few questons: and: out of mere form inquired for the first time since the war tie people of that
75, 77 7i 1)) 81 and S:11'tnr.snaET: : Late Kadical-riddcn State will elect a Democratic State r 1
( New
-. Sea captains and people who have to dos if the male waa kind, or if he kicked? "Kind? 1 For :Sale, Hill we offer thl'm11.1 all other. in oui Gentlemen Furnishing Goods gm eminent. In these campaigns the people of the ,

.with1.niules always pay an extra rate 'to life Kick ?'' said the man, and those were the Levee,) near= Po\dr.t, New llrl.OIl';. SuM k at the IIIWl.1 l figures; such (!ld in S uth are deeply interested; and 1 ey / inldU gent ;:Y ,.
this 1 In1)1tY
I plaix.' : citizen, who has the welfare sf Jib),
' I insurance companies A mule and a belt of lat words he ever uttered. He reached hii neclion at h"lutlIhol1lt1 aiI paint hiia-elf wont with. and every hit ,

I 1 i "- .;. country where yellow fever is indigenous stick over: the front of the vagon, and stuck -((5))- GOO1)S: Hardware( Tin & Crockemvare l ) detail that ill of now the going great on.work, of rwUmption and ,refonu '

1 morally l stand the same as regards the death the brad into that mule.; It was awful to see! fI To thin end he should nubocribe to and awlst" inriretilating S 1
We have gr"d Line uf
l 1 rate. a man unified! out as quickly{ as he was. It For the sale of northern and western Dro uccl. a the StirttHlHih l ond lAg J\rtr..an ...;

The word mule grunt the Greek, almost: took breath, ho wont sw sud yotion independent( ikntaruicnew'paprr, of pronounced 4a
1 comes away my Ladies Dress Goods and Fancy Calicoes mnt Stationery, opinion} and fearless in their exprawion i ; a ) .,
1 and signifies *' to stop," and the mule him lf denly. J liefer Barr the thread. of life map' A CiOIlIll'l'I'I.Y OK Tilt 1'.H.I'WIH A K fill.l.i that: i i.* rwvgnized everywhere astfelest dully paper IN
J lx)3II:;T1(' GMDS;( U.th of Norihffn and S.uth- the Smth. Its editorial de : anent KT- TiVftroux. 1
comes to a stop also. Like multiplied by tIO abruptly}! as it did on that occasion. He
\ AI.\VA\I S HAM': -Manufiivlure.. thoughtful; and conoixtcnt*x hile iu new and local
:I' I like produces like. Grasshoppers multiplied! didn't have time to leave 1 a me-sage for his '* Furniture, Oils & Paints, Umbrellas & Parasols, department are marvel.. of industry! and cumplete-

} d.I by grasshoppers produce famine; and potato family. That mule simply ducked: his head, I'OKK, UACOX, LAUD: A Full Lino of HOSIERY, nc i< *not... confined Its department! to a mere of Gl'rglIInd barren mmmarr Florida of attain

,. bugs multiplied by potato bugs produce arise and then a pair of peas l flew out I behind ; NOTIONS( ) : in. thi Departmcivt of almot every transpiring in thane States, but js enlivened by event corn* /o '
Hollowware /
I i iu the price of"CUtJ Hut when you try there was a cra.h, a flying of splinter, and FLOUR, cons, OATS, \aricty, and WlHotrware, mcnt at once apt timely, and racrj. : r
The the .tal
ample resources'of e >!Ihinent will'Le.l it .V
i to multiply mules by mules they dou't multi that was all ; and the next moment th>; t Jeans Cassimeres & Cottonaies for Men's' devoted l to fumi-
ply and hence the word mule. You may mule and I toil alone, my face covered HJIAN, HAY, COIN II\L; wear MORISmSTG .

; study your arithmetic, und read all Trains. with atoiiLhnint! two feet dccjand !Kis cov- FI'UIIItidl! the. mo-t fastidious\ alnay s i find MUIIO- Saddlery and Farming Implements, NEWS _< "
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' J lectures, but you cannot discover: why thl i is cel: 1 with part of an old biidlc. Tiic next rOTAT01; >?, OXIOX HKANS;;, thing; to pleiM.Of: with the latent inttlliBetce from all part of ah-t'. ,._J ,.z

-1 fco; any more than ,you can why u womau t day I read an account in the telegraphicnews :.1 I vendy-INJado Clothing, Spoiling and fishing Turkic, world>.,,through tllltt by mean the l.fl'Jltl of special! des ,att cormpondtnce hcI, si}>ecial telegran and--,?*,.',% 4 VIhroug. '

1 cannot put ou a rubber without leaning upagainst of a h"wcIIf flesh in Kentucky. I 1MUKD FRUIT: ; Ktc. .. ilu-e agi-iicii-i; ) the paper ,,'iI1l Iv the earlk.t i V ,:
I was the only man that mild explain thatiheuunenonr For MtnV weir, we ofltr u RIMK! r.uijje. "f tyl,','1IIali -ft chronicler of ev ty Va. I t : something i ity and pile, and ue make it a |1"lIIt to have them Stoves Stoneware licit':tl tampaigit of latG. -,:. ;
: The mule has only one nwoc log: thau a ( and I did not dare to, lestI -( )- tit ti! ,- to-te'1 l tty purih.L-er-and to complete the Cooking &c. &c. 1fl'U"t.'JUl'TlOX. :. -

tool aud he stand ou one aud should be implicated iu the aiKur with the ,runt\ we utl: 'rllatn i (l'aily,1 yrar.......................................... t,JO 00
can ,
d Wilklng \ G ni4.ntlw..............._...._.._ ...:. "'5 00 +>
wave the other three around in as many different other in'ilc.I ( ;I..h\ Ad vancvsl I on all!et'n.i, is iiicnt (Xot 1\'ri.h.ibc.! ) TAMPA, FLA., .. a month......................_.............. tol ,

t direc oD.. He has only three sense*, have seen death in many) form, but I of the Latest Style Tri-WifLly, I tear............,................ ._ 60\1
don't recollect of ever seeing a funeral gotten' Order Jt'C'tfllllfJlirl(. ,( ,ti',t J lyre.,/ tit 6 month".............................._ 300( ppl
hearing, seeing and smelling. lie has not II :3 months............................. 1 TiOj '
more sense of taste than a stone jug, and will op with le-s pomp and display than ou that: lowest! t market jirice.... .\n.1! A LLor THE AHOVE LLVfS Wi-ekly.. 1 jear.MC ...._.._? .. (10 x
i occa-ion. If I had my choice) to either workin XV OK OOODR; ) niLiith--.................................... 00
eat anything that contains nutriment and} he a nitro-glycerine factory, or take care of a Tawpn.lnue! 10thG.\ ( if. the lowest nrk'l't' om-tantly Price' on !hand!, and! for sale at ::1 month............. lOl'"filllt.n

-I- don't care two cents Whether\ it 1 Ik one perCent mule I should :g.) for the factory; a*, in case ___ ________ u ____,.__.. .__ .. __ "Hoots uid Shoe: living fir :Sl topics Miit free Con ntiipt of o cent*;
ninety-nine. All he asks !i is i to .; of an txploi' there would be more jvwihility IlpITmlll 11'ii ti'Ot 1t1 Zn) .Money lx-tttr Ian W\ sent" by P.t (nRrv Unler1I1i..tl'n,1 j it
I : or pas of friends little ( : ) ( Tlit: comliincd the dcHr.iMc! quality( of comfurt amidiiraMlity IIrI Express.! :at wr ri"k _
him along his: plate,with whatever happen* my : finding! !some mementoes -:ami :.1.!.., the more diviralde, one of hi- .J. H. IvSTILL, '

to be haady round the pantry: and he won'tgo A of me small; with piece which of to me a* uage would their lighten grief: S ..i\... 1)u1.4: : :I 1i. ins: the ihfiirmiliex! tif an ugly; t tied and. making'ino Cash: : or Country "Produce :iaaunak: ,,.ii k i U-4"l'
-- very llltltl4" foot !I..k more leatt.f: : 'al: ,i-till. I i
away and blow how poor the steak! is. lie very big sorrow., I I THEPEPLE'SP \\PER !fl

just cats whatever is set before him, and ask$ ...- .-- Harrness ."Maker, Upholsterer fie.

'no questions. Mules are naturally lcaf, but Trump Kards. TXMP'A: 1 OUR STOCK OF HARDWARE &c., We ,,"i1Il'\ the highvt Market Prices for -
l 1
r= that supreme wisdom that teaches the little We copy from Jn,,!h! Hilling's new book, Cm l he f'' -nub at t;'e corner ('ontiri-HM} ever tliinir l in that line from aXeedle to a \ --._ .4
]{artl" few of the : .f)',. Stoic: ready to du : tirind i !. -
a philosopher'
toy to. wipe his nose on hu sleeve! has fitted Trninjt te- oc.Wcotier A LIVE FLORIDA PAPER! '
hi* line llepairinir: : 1 Inriu--: -*. :S i Idle! *. Ac. .
I :A ,the mule out with a pair of cars that counteracts mnrk*, and commend them to our readerI kcal! to promptly! lie ktjw on hall':1: K"..' ltll'I.j t : cT.viu-nt ttIIIOO)1: : :( rruxrrntr, COTTOX, ;
known seckond 'n+i.I:': ol IUiNttM: : T.il'loWi Stahl:; :
Massy never a wife but c ;: ,tt
lAMther.' :S-iMli! !I "" 15iidlef ISiu-gy:, I Hans: >, :'addlcIig4StirrnpsSireiiIgtts t
its deafues) *, so he can hear as readily as ('h1 iI''', Ac. InGroceries IIIDKS .
has the situaium.Whiskee .
: wuz ov : Girths Ac. THESUl\f AND PRESS e +
k. when you dou't want him to. TUCK iz a hard thing to convince, tliare- ; -
person ., "' ;:" '. k 1 '
ears answer a'double purpose, as tunnels to for i never argy; with' a drunken man. I & Provisions, <:I:I\R, *n u ni II\.J'at iac..m.m: < "- *r' lJ.% '
: I \"crl.momi g.,,. except:
pour sound.into the head, and also as f.m toT' Muids marry to change: their cnndihun, I "r **"" Mon a :'It-, n'r : a
widow* marry to improve it. \Ve alttakeip a full Stink, a* this H our 1'KCL- .. CHARGES, -. > '
I brush away the flies with and keep his head 8S.QO T E1 { 'aaal ;! .
After a man) gits to he :38 years !old he UAKD'U'AKTMKNT.\ I: I : : 1 I
t- '_ cwh They are hung by hinges to the hide kant form habits mutch the best= he .. CHEAPEST DAILY IN THE SOUTfl
cnny uu I In our :.Stockill;: (II. ) always: lie l found gold uMirtmcnt 1:' POULTRYSUGAR :
' Of his head, and flap backward anti forward knn do i iz to steer hiz old one1 -;.- } ofTinware THE$"X \NH: fursi i< the. only 'r s-

6: like a pair of wet trowsets round a ho( Il'bN. lay a rooter 1 for two\ things. One is the r !! i,utIi"I"I.in l FlorULi ami 1 the "only. aiid''rtrnlln>: il

e I In cold latitudes quite a tasty business is crow that iz in him, and the other iz tlie Spun Wood and Crocke ware, the Avoviateil Piw* Di'i>atcliv. ':lt "t'aitalutall V\ __ .-:
that him, to Lak the crow with. the Slate aml new'> ; t'l'tlln.
are on
in mules The cut off and up \Vitli liakc: Ovenl'.ake: fart, l'ot+, Beating andl'n.Um SYRUP, '; '
; 'ti done tsars. are Enuy man who kan swop horses, or ketch :'tm."c' ..'. > l tflrgraplif'a I Vtrid'lfintCI'Dir.**. Mtkrw rJ"y .(.J ';' "'Y>:
dried, and sold for snow ehoe, and then the fish and lie about it iz about \ ;: all i kind! of tiylea, UoriaN 011 currvmt twjiji :4 ct : .' 1 !
not ju.t; az pious \ keep :Stationery in common u"'e,. .uch "..W' t. _
lh. tic. way jut i .a p_''lr ai\tat: '..'l'() 1fft... ,
stubs are trimmed up and the mules are scut az men ever get to be in this world. al-oNhool:: INLIIisln.l Illank:! I>ook\ ><. :.-"" ... "lr..j.; ,...:';.

:; ... South and. sold! for horses. In this way a The sassycst man i ever met, iz a hen j eckthusband !; North We are:In.1'lIllh in: communication llI1llIr,' ;prepared with to the supply I bent' dealer short R A: THE WB KLY SUN" sw--," ; .....!t
1 Is laryc.thitr
1 when he iz from home. I a :R,'f', kr, tiled; : -.Jt
)'Co. great many fine horses were purchased for away in>titv\ all kind of good-, in any (juantitv that: 'nearLt ,. and filled witty into x ;
J t
.. An enthusiast iz: ,an individual who be- F ileind.In Call in and examine our Stock lrfore 11'Itrt'La..jn., Utr 1\'lIt.1't'. '! lyY: ( (
the by &the United States' F. v\fv\d\ IKIV.Nothing. far the cheapext. news Itttbt. ateo., ; ,"
army ;
leaves about 4 times mutch !lie kan hu-iin-s have t
m az arr.: iijjin;c our we not forgotten Only ?2.(1t IT\'r''C':1St7.\dd rcWr 'e A ,."'"'
If I were to have a large I IP' pTeturc of innoceucv proc, and who kan prove about 4 times nz that the |I'h!i\>.i.iall"'w": | trof IuauM i'iiutinu-'n' i juirertitt're'inuut THE1'l, "" J"J "- I Ir
did ltII1'hocJitele .. t I I. !' tt.to unit tliM want: we have Irllyit 1..1 aSalirtin -.( ,......... .' .
iu and I much beleavesi .
to hang up my parlor, az oatlie I, known Charged for showing Goods. ",..., ,..,. 4) .
1 rhyj' nWhiih < I our # :'' :t"\ .,
not wish to sit for it myself, should get a The dog; that will. follow every boddy,1 aint _. '

of mule. There is innocence wuth a cuss.Thoxfi r.l..he. ..T4T7--:1:1: on PLANTIINIG NO f RMt G
correct picture a '
people who: arc t tricing to git to ]heaven r + Jualitr of Co; Nlit and l Prices Gnarantrctl. _
enough depicted in mules countenance to on their kreed will find out at )List that im

fit out a Sunday-school class. It looks a*. I they didn't have a thru ticket. u furnl-liid 'ith\ I'.ar of the lest IN SOUTkL. .: .
W. W. WALL & CO. .
guileless as an angle worm. The grates mistake cnn) woman kan makeiz s. .
I her husband buz been elektcil Liquor s and Cigars: Tanya, )11\1'\,11 2 P47G. Ir .- 4j'
just az
old die Once captain '
A mule never grows or ? For reliable} information on all topic connectedwith ,'
brought into existence, he continues -on for- ov a!maliha! company, to be kni.>y to appear A HI: !1.1.1.IW Ht:(xnI and TEX-1'IX: ALLl'.Y.; Notice to Shippers Agriculture. Fruit Raining, Stock Breedinc '' ; >?
.' m biz uniform. a where hiure can enjoy itelf. in the WIIit like Dairy etc, etc,.nt that tint claM Sontbejn'Agri t l, d '
- nero The original mule is nov alive SMUCvhcrc Too long courtships are not allwus judicious .. 4 f. : lie+t, and here all l wants will l lit promptly; Mipplie l ll tiiltiiral J paper, OUK IIOMK JOUIL AL.AAA:.
\ in the South, dud is named Hubert the partys often tire out fkorcing before Ly l that I'riiiev. of ISar-Kceper' *, RURAL SOUTHLAND.; 'It w complete lnlereevs" st
t logins. department| and over 300 of ,the nest practical| ui L "
the .4
because he is' stubborn.
r Toombs, so tr Col. W. T. IIASKINS, upt'ri.n.unu..n] and planter (Crow all:'rect ,,
"' found in the Sou.h and Nature :seldom makes a phool J, she eirnplvfurnihcs 1 l\ I'm .
Mules are chiefly tl'x i.i"Qai.l Quo. of the Smith, contribute to iu column on etery "nW '
West. They have been more abused thau the raw material, :and lets the tellow t jest: connected with the various '("rvl* and- .Stwck.rai : .: t ,
fmih the job to suit liimi *e1C Ti meet the transportation demands of our tradewe "I. ,
: Judas Icariott. A boy oho would not Young man, learn to wait, if you undertake have: a Kchoolll'r called the G RO. W. DILL, 9fl:11'ING LEASED" t.AnGE.n It U the oldest, Urgent anti best crtablinhcdVeekTr: .

!-'' throw; a stone at a ;mule if he got a chance to set a hen before she iz rl.IJyou will that, run regularly WAREHOUSE at the foot of COM- l Agricultural taper in the Southern State*, it.* *' 1
contains that k
everything and useful to Southern
1' would bo considered by his parents. as too loze your time and coufurc: the'hen besides., .. t' t
tifm ;. agricultural punatt*, the :News or.Le\ Week/"
to raise.: One ov the best' trades euny man kan makeiz Between this Point ORLEANS, Choice Family Reading, the C.'O':Market 2epot%' s..
mean :
to soil out his religious kneel and. invest ir(Jtinffton Street, new from alf the Stmthern; States and JUDY valvable. 'r r;

e.A. ; The mule is a good worker, but he cannot the proceeds in charity. And are in chase connection with the ctcamera Valley .instructive and "entertaining ite..... I tfuborip- t

:f: '' be depended on., lIe i is: liable to strike, and One quart ov cheap vhiskee (the cheaperthe t City and Emilif, and with cxtennireVliarves We are now prepared to receive and put in store. all tion ie price, f::!,rU.per. addreM t'ar. pontpaid- &m]>le't'Of- i

when he strikes human calculation fails to better) judiciously applied will do more I article of shipped. to bur care._ ;. Kent taan, on receipt of 3 tents ua :

bizznes-s for the devil than the smartest, de akin and AVarohouscse ; stamps" u ADDR) 18.Journal ...
find.out any rule by which to reckon when I .' Our Home ._ .r
he haz -
ami Itural Southlainrt.
will to work again. It is useless to
he go mersiphul\ to all the dum animals-no .- NEW: ORLE.\\S. ...
\\ are enabled to offer to patrons. the l Il'lIt facilitie'
him for he will stand more beating Jan: 19-tf. '
pound knu ride into heaven sorc.bnck.dhorse. /
on a
y man at the "mnll'It\p than a sitting' room carpet, lie has been 0 l wish ? '
"' We will also: Keep on hand a large Stock of THE SOT. I .,.
known to_ eland eleven days in one spot, apparently Prudes allwu seem to sue to have more coRN AND FLOUR _, ,:
+ propriety on hand than Jhcv! kno what to do ----- :
? thinking of something, and thentart "' FLOUR, 1878. NEW YORK. 187? ;!
bad With. Miller & Henderson Sole .\ l'nt. Tampa, Fla. AT I'IeCIG11T.1NDCOMMISSIONS-that H- ,
off again as though nothing hap-
1 When men retire from the World they go Mart{ :. ';73-Iv. .\T .\Cl'L"\L UWT-to the full extent we can CORN, \t the time approaches: for the renewal of *...-.
pened. into the kroaking bizness, and it amounts to riie. the mean to pay, the l'rwuhmrk'l being acriptiont, TILE: SUN would remind iu friend and x -
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Down! South, when they have a surplus of just about az much! az the kn akiug 0a retired Heany Brumick L.I*ed upon actual t'a-h. wellwi.heN everywhere, that it ;is;again a Candida, \ '
; \Ve lither l hay or receive HAY, for their consideration -uid wipport.' U]>on i iu recoil '
email _rUrkiea on the plantation, they rend bullfrog. j MEAL for the }past ten yean it relies for a continuance S

them. out in &the barn-yard to play, where Thare iz two things about the devil whichi On Oonssjig-iiiuciil; of the hearty sympathy{ and generous co-operation a
w i admire and which are worthy ov imitation, '
which have hitherto been extended to it from '
p there is a loose mole. They always bid them he iz allwu bizzy, and never waz known to l GRITS, quarter of the tTnill.The every 5 "

arot Yare a when they 'start out, for they are brake aa engagement. All trod the a market pro.liwN4.fUic, here or elsswhere'e Country! for which we can POTATOES Dally! Sun in a four page-sheet of 28 co!. "1 '
y limns, price by mail Co cenU a month, or $0.0O;
the parting will be final. This is the When you hav pored the bulls-eye, !set thank our friend for their Patronage and |. .
"' most economical sty la of funeral now in .he down and keep still, folks will think that yu Boot and Shoe Maker filling that ;a iiitituiil interest: is tie true genus of OATS, per The Sunday edition- of THE Sex is an right .,
'market *' kan hit it cnny time yu hay a mind to. trade, we have thought it right to yield IL good part page sheet of 5t columns. While giving the news'.
x It iz kind ov kunous that the thinner a HEKEIIY notili the jmblic that lie ktx-j! on of our j>rotit to the 't..n"una'r-who bear all the of the day It also; contain a largo amount of literary
- t To tnlly appreciate the mule one shouldlisten' man, iz, the more anxious he is to get into a a.rlml"ntIf e\c'llcnt leather and,} I lou rtl,'II. Our CI'rklILn' attentive and we invite all SALT, and miscellaneous; matter specially! prepared for f,
t to his voice.i You never can really Etiong light. i i. i iirepared' to du .-ull>otauti11 and meat work :it fair I'tvlto have to buy, to call and look at our Stock, and it. THE SrxpiY: Sirs has met with great success
.. l'rll'\I.' we promi-4'' that we will! chi-e fully show you our nICE, &c.Which Post paid $1.20a year.. '*
know whether you,like a mule or not till you I don't rekollect ov ever doing enny thing Jaikon'Comer, Tampa' Tla. lioods and not take the least oh asj if you fhouldhapl The Weekly Sim.. .1 sy

'bare heard !him sing. I ,attended a mule that i w a.*just a little ashamed ov but what July 23, '77 l>'r. >0t'not: to buy our whole Stock on" your f first Who does not know THE WEEKLY Sex? It drl'UlttfJl -
remembered it and
Y'1 someboddy was sure, once
_ concern: at Fjprt'' Bnelling. The programme in a while to put uie in mind ov it. yi.it.i.ar Ixtt we might be misunderstood in conteliuncc we will sell .t greatly reduce l rates, by : throughout the United State*, the Canada,
with solo! and then Valuable Place for Sale. < of our fair way of speaking, ILJI to terms, weoffer Wholesale. and lieyond. Ninety thousand families greet iu
:: r opened a soprano swung I am willing to rok baby all the time while' welcome i aRe/ '' weekly, amt regard it in the light ofgui.ll'
for all that
into a duet* and then pranced* ,, off into a trio,, the wimuiin folks are hiking sozW; i am willing Containing IGO acre* of good pine' land with 800 I buy only our cu-tomer for Onh ,or we equivalent sad once we vx, ."-oct we can LIBERAL.IDI'.1NCI.S made on all Conign- counsellor, and friend. Its news editorial,

.followed up Ly a quartette,, and ending! with to kut rags, to work up Into rag kan lets; oranges trees-:I'UO of which are now Bearing for men' 'entmi"te <. .a fttl1 choral ot)50 mules.. 1 didn't bear they kan keep me hunting hens eggs wet_days, $$,(HO()' or the same place mith.l'U) ;a for 10000.). Thi place i. l I-K-ate.f in the ClearWater or Equivalents, : One Dollar a year, postpaid. This
>" Respectfully
..3? tt &e .l ole thbg, for when I.came.to. ,the regtXB&tfiil or picking green currants, or i will evendip considered make it the
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price quality cheapen
( section, :! mile from Hay View on Old T.impa W. W. WALL" CO. ,
> targwa;wu,standing ortr me, giving kandle, or korc apples for sass, or turn grind and -4)!) miles from Clear Water !dull\: It is el'- When we fell! our food! Credit being the ground Tampa March 2d, ISTfi( ly newspaper rMibli-he l. For clubs of ten, withcash $JO
"n -=;:; ttl, rcetoratiyes,', and I heard him stun: but' by thunder, i won't churn. I hay voted and healthv. For particnl.kr apply ut Iris cill of HIGH; PK1CKS{ -- ,_.. -- we will I cnd an extra copy free.! Address

; Jr sty; tl ':lBigbt..PCEbly: ;: ? get .out again, examined tniself on this ubjekt, and will bet offic-c. 42:!-tf. Now Li the time to advertise iu PUKLISIIER OF THE SU*, New York City

:.Y '-1". ;.!V :tronJd ,oeTerbea 'well man. I a jak knife, so long az he remains in hiz right : _-:= _',,C' ... 'VE S"ELL For CA Ski.7'nnpi.iI.ret. =--' -- -

::.'eitaitre. .'.. >- throagh. -'the New York Stock Ex- I mind, Josh Uillinb'S"ont churn. Hulworibo: : fur'1'urSrat..txt'rtttrUxt:; :. "'.' I", ".. t Iy THE TRIBUNE. PGr: SuWribe for TUE TRIBVXE. ,(

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