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 18, 1878
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tampa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hillsborough County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hillsborough -- Tampa
Coordinates: 27.970898 x -82.46464 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Tampa Blue Print Co.
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: J.P. Wall, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 44 (Jan. 6, 1877).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Succeeded by: Tampa tribune (Tampa, Fla. : 1885)

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t TAMPA, FLA., MAY 18 1878. 'VO /.--3.--\ 0.-- 0. 1 t

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t-r ffJ** COMMERCIAL CARDS &c. I From Orange County Reporter.] That was years ago, afore a shot was ever now," he added, as he. drew up Old Residen- mouth of tho rivers, and wh-tt ;the rate of .

*; II :' THE PENINSULA TR VNSIT. fired at; 'em." ter and knocked it over where it sat. progressiotp up stream ? !

-4i- HER BICE. JACOB BORS, ATTGU8TC8 RICE. : What do you shoot a bird ou the 23. If armdromous, what is the length:: of ..;;,
Well I don't doubt it replied the stran-
RICE! BORN; & CO., I By way of the St. Johns and Ockla- ground" ? Why, old man, that's infernal pot- their stay in fresh water, and. when do they Ai
ger. ting. return to the ?
"4A waha Rh'crs'nnl Lakes Eustls, Dora ..oQ
And I've counted 3,459 of 'em on one ** S'that ?" the old hum- in
and Apopka Railway to Tampa Bay. so inquired<< man, 24. Do the different sexes or ages 'vary
Importers and Dealer inPOBEIGX sand bar!l" continued the pilot. It looks bly, as he picked up a piece of his gun-stock this respect? '
The b desideratum for the peninsula, that had been off the shot. Do the
tell but jarred by 25. these fish come on breeding
big a government surveyor
the i interior counties of
And particularly Just then a small covey of the i birds look grounds before they are mature, or do you
Orange, Sumter, Polk, &c., ia better transportation aboard!, and he checked Ym off as .I called
wing and the man who scorned pot-hunting find the one or two-year-old fish with the .4,
facilities. With the construction out." blazed away with both barrels of a costly oldest? ..

HARDWARE, of the projected railroads, the contemplated "I haven't the least doubt of it," said the breach-loader and missed. 26. What are the favorite localities of ,:

". improvement of Lake Apopka which em- passenger as he heaved a !sigh.! Whar 1 whar do you shoot Yra, mister.?" these fish; say whether in still water or currents -* :

AGRICULTURAL. IMPLEMENTS, braces a steamboat channel some 40 feet in "I'm glad o' that, stranger. Some fellors inquired the old man, quietly, as he put his shallow or deep water, on the sand, in '.J
width and 5 feet into Lakes Beanclair
deep patch and bullet on the muzzle of his rifle, grass, about locks, mud, etc.? 0
sdreitieomeala will bey ed at rates allowed and Dora, and thence into Lake Eustis, the would think I was a liar when I'm tellingthe which he held between his J legs while he ram- 27. What depth of water U preferred by i'

\>i Uv. BUILDERS'. HARDWARE, GRATES., &C., : system would seem to be about accomplished.Lake solemn truth. This used: to be a paradisefor med the charge home, and then as a stray these fish ?

Loaf notice J5 rente a line. Eustis is likely Bata to'be connected by allygators, and they were so thick that bird flew overhead, he raised and dropped 28. What the favorite temperature' and! i

Yeuty Contrrtw miiade'rit6 ipetehaataabjed to CUTLERY rail with the deep water of Lake George, the wheels of the boat killed an average of it.. la,that ar' the way you want it done, general character of water.r ,j
which become the head of navigationfor "
and settlement aciObimri may mister? '
three months*
a dutage ercxr the class steamboats. The forty-nine to the mile !" RELATIONSHIPS. :
largest of river l
The said and the
c rdingIi, objector nothing, gunning -
jfccdicc.tea linei; ii will bed charged principal part of the grading of this Lake "Is that so ?" proceeded ; but it soon became evident 29. Do these fish go in schools: after they .1"
IRON NAILS AND HOLLOWARE Eustis and Hail road" has been done have done spawning, or throughout the year, .
I was M adTertuemenu., ,11Cltnera' George "True as gospel, mister!l' used to almost that the sportsmen were doing the gunningand
'AdTerU.e at iwarted 1 leas than One Month, $l for a year or so, and it said arrangements arc feel sorry for the cussed brutes, 'cause:! they'dcry the old man was doing the shooting. or are they at times scattered and solitary ? j
for fint and 75jteuU for each'wtbeequeat being by'which the GO. Have they any special enemies: ?
jier Suture perfected superstructurewill The luck tumbled off his J}
; occasionally,
Sloci Took and Machine House e'e-i like human We killedlots gun
out a being. 31. To what extent do suffer from the
soon 'be: ready and the road equipped for they!! 1
and the barrel had loose habit of
tt rnlmmenbi not marked with the number of of ;Ym I said and hurt a pile a attacks of other fish animals? I
r' F, Goods, business. The channel referred to above is as we or
with the stock but the old
charged "
ac- : man
,. will ba ia erted untrW4and : ; I
\'iJ&il really a small work, being simply the dredging more. I sailed with one captain who allus:! had a pocket full of strings, and as fast as it FOOD., .t.1 t. '

t"M I ECI AI. BATES to liberal Admtwem..TEBJIS of about four miles through the "saw- carried a thousand bottles of liuiment to gave out he tied it up, and made ready to 32. What id the nature of ther food ? : I

TIN AND JAPAN WARE. grass" bordering on Lake Apopka, and the throw over the wounded ones!I" shoot whenever a bird showed, and he occasionally Are their any special peculiaratks in the

; -. < OF SUBSCRIPTION' : lowering of the present river bed about two varied the monotony of the proceeding i. manner of feeding of these fish ?
Anaom. aetrinc -f .- .. $.00 miles iu when the will be clear "He did ? -
Per ,
tin Sole Agents for the Celebrated length ; way by coolly blazing into the bushes, whereupon What amount of food l do they consume ?
: ; 1.00SDlt. he did. I dou't
"True live
.131mi 1Ioath into Lake Beauclair, as also into Dora. as you 'spectI'll his mean-looking dog would rush in and .
f Cur1t CHARTER OAK STOVES There is six feet fall by actual measurement another such kind Christianman. REPRODUCTION
ever sec a dead rabbit
Mark psper'.tignifiea! that, your drag out a t
.A.Cro-: ,on jimr 35. Is there marked! change iu the
from Dora which will any i J
lam or Bubucriptiba has expired.anoll.'Uvem'; Apopka to give something And the allygators got to know the The Easton party hunted faithfully, accor- ]
either the breeding '
color of
shape or sex1 during -
of current for the Lake .
draining Apopka
'J,'ie1t, -1--1"-" .- .. : Nancy Jane, and to know Captain} Tom, andthey'd ding to their light, and shot upon the most or peculiar development of,'
and the it. tC'.1.'OI1. any
.. 89 & 91 CAM TREET sawgrass region turrouudiug scientific but somehow the old
\ principles ; .
I'jPBOPESSIONAIj- & BUSINESS CABD3.FT.MEAUK.tLA.. ." Between. Lakes Dora and Eustis (the fall is swim out and rub there tails agin the man got the game, as the count: showed five or on any portion of,the I body, as the mouth, s 1
not exactly known, though it has beta spokenof boat and like cats and look up and try fins, scale ? etc. '
"' : but few feet and I the distance only 36. Arc there any special: or unusual habits .t
DR.b. as a << to smile!1" day's work, while Mr. Hertzog toddled along
,. !New Orleans, La, about one mile; which also will need serviceof under and four rabbits during the spawning season? ,
9Jtp.S.t.lrgcon} Tampa>> }o"Jori.laIril 2"iid ';6 1 r. the dredging machine. With this work "They would 1"ult's twenty-two quails ; 31. Is spawning interfered with by lines or A-*
and they sat the at the depot -
as on board-pile
; \ a solemn truth, stranger. once nets otherwise? *
done, the Ocklawaha steamboats iiiay make ,
for the old mans lot he
''*,dFFICE-lu3): iaijrnAi A. Mitchell. Store, C. 'M. BROWN, their way to the south end of Lake Apopka when wo grounded on the bar, with an oppo- bargaining remarked 38. At what age does the male begin to .1
: '1
< '" WITH without difficulty in ordinary stage of water. sition boat right behind, the allygators gathered Ye see, gents, Old Residenter; bc'ant breed ; and at what age the female? .
Dr. F. BRANCH The material in which the above work will 39.o.or how many years cau" these fish .
( .
\\0' : .* around, got under her stern and humped much of a gun to look at. She ain't purtynor j
.*<" R. WALTER & Co. be done is of the easiest character, being; her clean the bar handsome at all, but I tell she'smighty spawn? -
Jhysicinn & over by a grand push you
Druggist. chiFanll., though it may be that clay will on the shoot. All you's got to do i.j is 40. Does the act of spawning exert an injurious j)
., in some instances: be encountered, and thereare It looks:! like a big story, but I never told a effect? "Ij.1i
ST.I\. the well)) and
OLD j jest to patch ram
HIS right ,
AT grease
WHOLESALE MAXrFACTrBEIW: OF wouldn't lie for i 41. Where do these fish and when? 2.:
i 1y. but few if any obstructions, as logs and lie yet, and I never shall. I the ball down close, and then, ii you pint herat << spawn
3fa1SS111G.7L "" fallen trees.) all the )u could put aboard this bird and that bird's to 42. Cau you give any account of the process i
: money a pull, got stop.
C E OT HIN G Lake Eusti will have the whether males and t females: go in pairs, .
M. D. Freight
N.:. : H. R. Benjamin, upon boat." Leastwise, I alters find it so. Y e see, gents, .
choice of passing down the Ocklawaha lliyer, or one female and two males ; whether the '
where has such
3 a man a awfully
and after awhile purty gun
-I" & or crossing over to theSt. Johns by the Lake: There was a painful pause, sexes are mixed indiscriminately etc ? :d
physician jSiirgeon.EESIDEXCE. AND his 'tent ion's kinder taken up admiriu' of it, .. '
_. Eustis & George Railroad. It is natural tosuppose the pilot continued : 43. Is the water ever whitened or colored i I
like and the bird after he shoots.
: .-0" afld* Idf jf,7rt nart* / T tM- the former will be witha and crowd ofnJl'gttors goes away by the milt of the male? t
preferred, as "Our injiues giu out once, a Ixatwise. I alters find it "
.. ,y inuiJt .lir ote. so. i
pa of is
little work the Ocklawaha it 44. What temperature water mot ,
on 111.1110, "
towline and hauled
OFFICE.-Corner of FranUin& Twijre* Street, : took a us forty- Just then the lock dropped off Old Ilesi- .
Tampa. Fbu: Vdt 3, Xo. 1-h". doubt, \be made navigable for steamboats all five miles stream to Vicksburg !" denter" for the eleventh time, and, as the favorable for hatching? '' .j
up 45. At what de !, ut"water the :
Baltimore !Md. the wafrom Savannah. r tl arc egg'mpaid I
V old wasn't shoot that
man going more
\ I>i%- To] u: P. Vit11'ICI1ii ., Now for the 1'euiiisuhif! { Transit," to per "They did ? day, he put it in his pocket along any with his ; if on, or near the bottom ? *;

T Tampa, March SO.. T8. 1 rr.JohrN feet which we have only the construction of n "And when the news got along: the river saying I I 46. What is the size and color of the 1;1
game money
PffYJ. e railway from the south end of Lake Apopka that Captain: Tom was dead, every allygatorin ) "Thank ye, gents, thankee. Come up spawn ? I'i
1\Itt ) .uu'. I'HILir 1.\WTOS'; Tanpi: : Bay, from GO) to 70 miles. This 47. What is the estimated number for -
the river daubed: ) his left ear with mud asa soon again, :and I'll take Old Kesideuter out
STJTIGKEO1*: work which we have: laid out, being done, wehave each 1 fKh ; and how ascertained ?
AIEE' & AAVTOX 'badge: ; of mourning,' and lots of Ym pined anytime ; we'll be purty !sure to get something 48. Answer the for 1 t
ttMPA'FL:1.OFFICEIn : not only the transit of the p.-iiin-ular by ." And he meanders: off into the question one season,
lilock Ka.4: of thc Court lion-. Factors & Commission Merchants the hortc.-t land route that can he f f./und\ away and died! Indian; summer haze.-Button (/'l,) Free and for the lifet.itneIV. ? .'

#: rut'1'>nLafavrtte and :\loD roc JStrcei$?' ; but also. the |Knin
'J. Tampa, Much. iris. 1i! cJ., lr.t 0 Xorfh f.'oniiiiprcifil U'lmrf, only coos,' hut travel! ovtr one half: its remark that he didn't doubt the statement, __ ... r bottom and become attached to stones, grass, *

f.' *i' ". 'J>. W. C. WILLJS. length; and throughout; fifteen of it mot productive ; : etc., or do they float iu the water untilhatclmel ..
*; J. B. WALL.: Chariest S. G.I ami the old man gave: the wheel a turn and Fish and Fisheries of Florida.I ij
on, counties, oilering a hundred wharves l ? ..
t WALL & WILLIS 1 '---- and depots} for the receipt and: discharge I of replied : append a series of questions and urgently 50. Do the fi>h heap up or contract any

Law >;% ill_ rupl'liel! l, Liberallh'lI(\':' malIconl'du.iIIIUt.'Jlt the various merchandise! of COll1nH'rl'c.Tampa ,"Thar's one thing I won't do for love nor request that all possessing information will kind of nest, whether of t'and. gravel, grass,
Attorneys & Counselors at. ,. nearly hundred; miles south forward replies. In making a reply it i is not otherwise, and if is the mouth the
; of '\lUOII, Kiev, anal l other one : money, and that's make a liar of myself Iras or so .
',' ',. -., ANDSOLICITOUS .. Pro..lu\ of Cedar Keys, and :this route, while it may mother and I'm necessary to repeat the queries, a reference snout, or the tail used'for the purpose, or
brung by a good ,
.''Clfl l'CF.111; -- become u great t thorough:; carriir to the up to the number affixed being sufficient. Replies what, and if'so, how U the material transported I

:. '' T.UIP.'L..\. mnm..cF.S: : Net Indies and a grand thoroughfare; will going to stick to the truth i1'lhis boat does should be written on one side only of ; or do they make any excavation in

PRACTICE in alt the tauItsbf. ,.; ) 1 GIIHtI---4; k dips be an immediate feeder to all the interior in- n't make a C.'lIt.- \\'Ickbury Herald the paper, giving name and residence of the the sand or gravel? j

WILL teie-ts of the state v correspondents, and I addressed! ; to Dr. C. J. 51.] Do watch their
: )\ Kmvix ]B.tTIs.%. C'< initiation; new enterprises, ---s they over nest, if ',J
i, : : A. S. JOHNSTON, l'ri i K-nt Hunk oi and building up new rommunitieithotit "Old H'sich'ut.'r.OJ Kenworth, Jacksonville, Fla.ItiSTRIIC'fUS. made, either singly or in pairs ?

f 1'a'4N Ciirlytou.! 'JO! t f. number. You couldn't ('.\Illaim a portsriuin by any 52.! When are the eggs hatched, and iu -3
-- Lake Apopka lies at a great elevation, being 1. Are mullet found throughout the ,what |eriod of time after l boring laid ? >
*?, 'S/M 8 P A R ACM /A . ... strain on imagination, :and he *vasIty year
your ; yet
\ i: ;uulM.1\ MI: : no)1.1:1: > 'et t\ 10\'C Clay :.Spring: ; one of the or only during a certain time, and! tor what 53.: What p percentage of l'gJaill: is i usually '
principal sources of the '" ckh'Hin'r.. ,Acompany no means :a. ,loafer; though he did talk time? hatched ?
.I' A. .4tvrLey. .' t at, GOODMAN &'IYERSWHOLES.ILE } i is being formed, wlail'hill undertake with :a drawl wfiidi indicated that he didn't ". I If resident i i is it more abundant at cer- 54. What percentage of young attains to

1. ;-'... .1N[) ... I the dredging;; of the ;seven miles of channel regard: time as a very valuable commodity. tain times of the 'year, and at what times ? maturity ?

.ii-soaitiiToit iJ /.v CJl f "Cl:III; O between Apopka and! Kustis, with the He sat on the fence as the train came up to AIH'NDANfK. 5.). What\ is the rate of growth ?
> two-foil) object ol'opening the way for steamIwal 56. Do the parent, either or both} watch
;, FT.-MEADE. FLA. well Siegfried's:: Bridge, with the three Easton fancy :;. How abundant: is it, compared with
the :; ( of
.... as! reclaiming: : acre.s over the young after they are hatched ?
other fish
; : :in allthe OMITU'of Smith TOBACCO & CIGARS saw-grass prairie bordenng; upon Lake App' gunners aboard, whom he was to pilot 57. What enemies interfere with, -or destroy -
::.. WILL'Jtr1Cf 4. Has the abundance of the fish diminished
'- vi- ,; .. ka. This prairie is but a few feet tinder Crater across the country after quail. His gun having or increased within the I last ten ? the spawn of the young fish ; do the '
.r- and once uncovered anti properly drained years fish devour them ?
the look tied with parent
-I-T-: on a string, reposedacross 5. If diminished increased what is the
iv L::4Y.l)111e/ U s-upposed to be njual to any land in or 58. Are the young of tin fish found in
his knees and his
133 BAY STREET. dog, looking like the suppo.-ed cause?
the State-for productiveness. It is i owned by. abundance and in what localities ? ?

; J t.!"..;t"R,.,. F-enwick. .,.. Taylor' the State and its enhancement, together with ghost starvation, reposed! at his feet. The SIZE: 59.) On what do they appear to feed ?

".. GAI.1ES1 ILLl-<;, ..J'iJ.BUSINESS SAVANNAH: :, GA. the salfof the vat nmouiH of unoccupiedland Easton. men came up to him. 0. What is the greatest size to which it I'KOTKCTIOX. '

: before U.S. Land Office" at Oaim- contiguous throughout the whole route, Do you know. Abe Hertzog?" attains: (both length and weight) and what CO. Are these fish '

.'and \Vftidjingtou, D. O. attended\ T..IKH-OI> F.nrt"rv :No. H Cigar Fnctcrv :No. tUG will no doubt be equal to the full cost of the .. Y-a-a-s know him. the average; otherwise? protected ,by law or *

> au:with -tIprumutine'" .. .- LY.\-CIIBt-K,\'.\. \ :\v VoRK.Taiupa work under consideration. It should be undertaken Wheiecau we find him ?" 7. State the rate of growth per annum if ..
!- ;" 71f : : _, < <, ::' : ,'ilardi 217G. ]ly. as a whole fiom the mouth of the "It-i-g-Ii-t hyar, I : ." known ; and the size at one, two, three or IHSKASKS.Gl. .
"' < : guess"Are
: -
_-... J.J.IP1Dt LL'1t, >tr 'T.rrsL n- I --. ._ Ocklawaha to Tampa Hay, and carried. on to you Mr. Hertzog?" more years. Has any epidemic or other disease ever .

-7'EY'"FINLEY: TISON & GORDON. completion as! a great plan: of internal improvement. Y-u-a-s that's what I'm taxed for anyway 8. Do the sexes differ, in respect to shape(, been noticed among them such aa to cause

; & ." size, rate growth ? etc. their sickness or death in greater or l less ..
r. .
; ..AA; tit:.H't'L.! .1." ,,"'. COTTON FACTORS I send YOU with this a sketch showing; at .Jill1lUin; ;!" said. olle of the part. Kola !RATIONS .\I) )ton': IES'T-I. number? ,r

It. x : ''''''' Rr; .. a single glance., The whole project ; yet it i k roes"eau this bl tIll! man that Cap toM as 9. By what route do those fi-h come in to ():!. When have these. epidemics' taken rplace

I ;dCKS. OXrlLL'1- ,- ;r. =' .;.F.I4011IDJ.. ANDCommission cay t to" IMJ seen by any one with a map of was ppersoualv! nl'quaintl..1 with every quail the shore, and what the subsequent movements : and to what causes have they been assigned -
ttAcrJCEll1 the'Btate; and Federal O>ttrt*- Florida before him. What, with the execution family in .Men Township Y' ? I ?

'f' .P 'will I fire' i cial'attention to land litigation 'I Merchants. of this: work and removing; the obstructions Y oil fellers want to go arter some. quail, 10. Bv what route do they leave the coast ? CARASITIJd.: -
od to'bQ'Deota In the U..s. Land Office at Jackxoii- I of the "St. Johns Bar," (and does not eh I ?"
11. Where do they spend the summer sea- 63.: Are crabs, worms, lampreys other "
Tille Fla.and Wa-bington, P.C. or
"Peuin ular Transit" '
suggest argumentwiry : That's what f for. Do
.c we come you know -on: ? living animals found attached to" the outside .. ''"\41
-' -- 'T SAVANNAH, GA. this Bar should be removed ? ) we "
: C JDtIBSION KERC1lANTS! &0. may anything about them ? 12.:! When are the fish first seen or knownto or on the gills: of these fish ?
Tampa, April, 8th 76. ly.. not expect in the rapid development of the i IV-a-n-1, yaasjlcan: ; tell one when I come near the shore, and when dots the CAlTfKK, "
---- Peninsular ? (Jno.: WAI) WOKTH: I it." ..
see main I arrive the first the
.iOST "ECKM FvETsmjim Civil Engineer body ; are largest ; 64. How is this fish caught if in nets !
i9. AX l ; What kind of a gun have you got arc there more schools or runs! than one coming ; *
l : AI'OI'K.CITY Fuv.. April I$7& there ?" I Ia.aI what kind ? _
in and what intervals ?
v Soccewor r to Pour'*IIo Br; .. at 65. At what season and for what period is .
: r \\ mister that
ye see, gun's an old) Itt.: When do the film leave shore, and is
Wholesale Dealers in The Truthful Pilot. roidenter ; bin into our family ever since the this done by degrees, or in a body ? I it taken in nets ? J."
(66.; What would be the '
&nOOER The passenger, who was going down the first old Hertzog moved up hy:ar. That gun's ]14. Is the appearance of the fish on the average! daily

.,...,,.. nⅈ Dry. Goods Motions] &c. river for.the first time in \his\ life secured permission a rifle, mister and she shoots mighty quit k. coast: regular and certain, or do they ever | catch length with what a net is the or seine of specified size or '
; amount
Handle her little greatest .
; a careful, mister, he, con fail for one or more seasons at a time, and i you j.
&SD DEff R Ixt to climb up beside the pilot a.grim I tinued, as he handed the old thing over for then return in greater or less abundance: ; if: ever known caught iu a seine; state 1 fcn"th

old grayback who never told a lie in his iuspectiuii'she; has a way of' tumbling so, to what cause is this assigned;: ? of net? >,:

o nee Savannah, Ga. life. apart if sties used" rough-like." 15. How do the runs differ from each 67. Are ponds ever used; to capture these J

June. 9, 77. tf. Many alligators in this river?" inquireda The old rifle.had a barrel'about as large other in number and in size? fish ? *}

I "giitG1z JEst Ea ---A.-Einstein's'- Sons stranger, after a look around.. as a fence rail, with iron enough in it for a 16. Which sex! comes in first:: and how far than 68.another Is it caught? more on one time of tide .

young Gatling-guu, and a bore not larger advanced is the spawn' in the female on first ay
t y Not so many now since they got to shooting than a healthy rye straw, while all the arrival ? ECOS'OlIC.L1.1:': AND APPLICATION

Q s, LA.r' / : 'L.1t'IIULF.SALE_' '. 'em for their hides and taller, ," was the stock it had: was absorbed in a brass trapdoor ). 17. Do the schools of fish swim high cor low 69. What disposition is made of the fish
.. I
: : -_ '. i tJJj'if. DEALERS IN reply j 1 leading into a cellar smelling of verdigris i. and! i is their arrival known otherwise than by caught, whether used on the spot or sent elsewhere -

j.ltWr. iir. F. )I.'ZIEOLEU.ZlEGLER ",tJt'l.'ll to 1 IHJ lots ch ?" and filled! with grease and little pieces of their capture ; that is, do they make a ripple and if so where? _

-J: "1J .;. t "I don't want to tell about 'em stranger rah on the water, do they attract birds, etc,? 70. What U '.s excellence as food: fresh or .-
rs Q 1 ir! it BOOTS SHOES & HATS you How do you kill anything with this ; 18. What are the size of the schools: !say! salted How long does it retain its ''excel
4 ,. replied the pilot sighing heavily. knock it down ?"
length and depth ; what i is the quantity hence as a fresh fish ?
". :';'; ...-..t&t:' Why ?" W-a-a-1 l, yes sometimes. That's the way of the fish in relation: tohe amount of 71. To what extent is it eaten? : '

"WhbJ' sale Grocers, Savannah Ga. 'Cause )'ou\l think I was a-hin' to you, I busted the stock thar: whar the rawhide water: in any given channel when they enter 72. Is it salted down and to what extent ?

.... I and that's sumthiu I never do.: I can cheatat : bandage air, a-knockin'" a fellow 1 down what it from the sea ? 73. What are the highest and lowest price
-- -- -- keerds 1 made fun of it. 19. What is the relation of their movements per pound during the last season, wholesale *" -
ipBTEES 'iINE8.! AND LIQUORS whiskey or chaw ter- .
y t p Jff CARHART&BROTH poor
At this
I point investigator suddenly lost \ to the ebb and flow of the tide ? tor sajted: flsh ? .
,5152 ;& ::55 New Levee backer, but I can't lie interest in the gun, and the party moved off 20. Does spawn ever run out of these fish 74. What was the market price for'this
Jfc: *" ? : ,* -Mparters! p ant Wholesale Grocers Then ihere used to be lots of Yin?" inquired into the country. As they climbed the fifteenth when captured in a net ? fish in a fresh state during the past !season? > ,

1L' : j r Orleans. l the passenger. I fence, the old man paused on the top 21. Are these fish auadromous ; that is, do I 75. Are these fish exported, and to what ;
!" ..Pn8w'( rail and waved his hand indefinitely over the they run from the into extent ?
"I'm fresh for
most afraid to tell ye, )Mister but up sea water 4
'J and 88 Park
No .CO
1 ._ Place, I fields before them. and if for what? 76. Where U the market for'
any purpope. so, I principal
I've counted 'leven
t, 'M&abqg -- hundred ally b'a tors to the Gents, there's all about } .I .
F"t Im61aY.tI NEW quails hyar and 22. If anadromou, when are they first these fish ? "ci'/-: j'

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::i f .i r THE- SUNlAND TRIBUNE. The Location of the Great Southern General Presentment icaJy ]looked into, and whenever the con : To the AY. M., Wardens and Brethren I JUST ARE- ;
I. !
:r Iliillway. 1 our i finances will warrant the expeusu I of JlsborugJ IAlgt No. 25, A.
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'r" ----- and outlay to commence tho building' P. r -: .
1.if.:::; :. tJ;' P.wALL: .. - Editor. The line of this railway aa located, and IN COURT OF 6th _
constructed at Milieu TIn I of bridges which arc really importanttheatfliirs The Committee to : : _
:. partly commences prepare a
:tiiJ. T. Spencor. ?, PaVr&. _Business.}atBn cr.1'ampt.7PlaB& Georgia, connecting there with the Central OF FLORIDA, IS AND FOR TILE of this circuit court would have been suitable :and PIintc resolutions the w. G. ..

t ;: : :' -:' rdil': y 18th, 1878. Railroad of Georgia, and thcnre running in COUNTY OF MANATEE, SI'RINU: TERM, A. I. greatly expedited ha there been bridges of death of our preamble Brother Past ,Master WILLIAM on SPRING :
certain streams were otherwise itupas5hbl -
., ----- as nC'lran air line South, as the nature of the 1878.
iof* All BiwneM: -L.t.h"L1 k Kent to Ii.; SIn W. "? beg leave to make the following I
' will admit
country pnsMttg! through .Tessup, We the Grand Jurors of the State of Florida ALL
. f 1'iibliidier aid Mawnger-Commuulcatiouii &c. KIbe and the 1 closing this our Gcnr".l Presentment report iMan
Georgia, King's Ferry 0:1 Georgia impaneled, sworn and charged in and! .
Editor. and Florida line, and thence, in Fftvida, for the of Manatee \ve take great pleasure in bearing testimonyto that Is born of woman is of a fewJays LADIES' V
body county aflrl'"ni.l. the able faithful and untiring manner in
-- -- '- - Palatka and
., through Jacksonville, Q{jtn\lo ; trouble his life
make this General We and full of is swifter
, : TboB. 1C, our PrCtntml'lt. the ; -
Survey which his Honor, II. Mitchell, presiding : .
t-uffieicutly the '
thence bearing cast"! !- 1 : .
! : Early last TueIay moniiug a majority of t Everglades, find following the pass Hunting I congratulate of our people that health we are anti in theenjo.mcnt judge, has nlllinistcr the high, honorable than a weavers shuttle; he flecth as a shadow 1 -, -,\,F.: .' ,.

llie Directors of the Tampa, P4.:1ce Crack nn4 Grounds: to Turtle Harbor ; thence pass-ing: to comparative has pros-. increased and rl :! the bench; curt and abidcth not. The grim tyrant death : ,
peritthat our population largely "
St. Johns River lUilronJ met to receive the i Key Largo ami following the line of the FlorIda | l, and that: c'ilencC of improvementand ll', dignified and unassuming still we find who, with equal trend, visits the Castles of Ha WOL.3.I.NO1l.i.1. '. I
him firm and inflexible in the of
; ., report of the civil eugiueer, Mr. K. P. Hcpliurn. -.I Ki'V 1to Key rC-'t-a' l length of main progress are apparent ou every baud, his judicial functions; and criminals discharge and violators Kings, aud the cabins of the poor and destitute Wl .- : -. I p.. ,
line of 720 miles ; a branch road conuncnc5ug that when take iuto consideration.the has been in midst his rude hand _
: :Tbe report with maps and profiles we of the law will always find! in him all our ; : : .\
Palatka and Dade Massacre
1" ''' rnt passing! by that there has not been of the Circuit has sundered Chain and lo! BRl( The Boy Hd -
.thelines run was submitted and received, the Field to Tampa Bay and the Gulf of 1 Sl'101 the qualities of capacity and ability, but utter our Mystic:! one I .
.- ; 'urkso'.r been Mexico of the of the Court iu this: county for two years and )' fearless in his fidelity to duty. As a of its links missing. The.Silver 4 rtreei e yciterday 1 of ii' -
j: ::i ," having done to the sati-fac- midway west coast pen- the principal medium of correcting immorality brightest i 'd
- ,1 i 7; lion of the Directors, 9 iu>ula .>f Florida, a ]length of the }branch and crime tLciely I dcntl, we arc constrained South Floridian we honor aim respect I I Cord of the brotherhood i is loosed. A good (pp the a' enC -- '

f -- ,. ( Tho first preliminary, line run terminates line of 120 mile*.-Key ]}l tt:: < Itlqnlch. to report that the ()lliiol of offences iu him the, and circuit can pay court to our for this fellow citizens they that will man is fallen in Israel: j Our Brother Past ot t twelve yean of ap.. The ctblewoiofljIsncwathh
<:;' There can ba no IouUt of the national importance -i classified as misdemeanor and felonies Master WALL, no more. Our' west '
.. about four miles south of Bartow, the county always find! full redress for any infriugment i gate .

seat of Polk comity ;, the second cue mile of this railruad, as it is: absolutely: has: by uo Icaus. been extreme, and the or violation (,1 life, liberty and projwrty. To will no longer spring open at his approach, OATsf* ThCfl he. took .: Ju&fen&rfBUO ,. .

necessary to enable the Government garrison moral tone of our community will (compare Mr. H. M. Sparkman: our verworthy StateAttorney his steps will no longer b in our Sanctum A J9 Pockct and nfiaaA: -
north of Bartow, and the thinl just north of b
favorably, we think, with tLnt! of othci n 1a .
or supply her most important[ Etratcgetifi any we tender our kindest regards and Sanctorum, and his voice forever Jib nose, .and deliberately t&at; "
r what is known as Parker's lake iu Polk. The section of tho State. \'hie the incessant of his and i ,t. .
: Hue fort as points defence in the Gulf. in the rains have flooded the warmest appreciation learning in the Council. The demise our FEnd "I
'.-,.. lengtlIof) the first u about forty-five country ali qualifications,as a Prosecuting Officer; he has buhe of plle o&.wLe.
i: quickest possible lima in caa of a foreignwar. rendered several of the watercourses almost t Brother Past Master WALL has created D"R. .
miles; the third. about thirty-three, and the ever been ready, to aid! ninth assist t us in the a eTe& :

) second intermediate between the first and: Independently of this il would pioveof impassable and thereby s t iously retarded varied and! delicate duties which have come vacuum in this Lodge and community which. t. \ .
I our rat ions in the duties devolving on our ., 4 p .
national in the commercial OJM. before find him affable and '
importance relations u?; as a we not filled foriu.evi29fhiIe -
third as to distance. The point of divergence still feel that labors m.U may 0 readily ,
body, we our not .
of the with the Wct India hne social, as an officer we find him able, faithful : -'*> *tv.ii WLG
of the several lines run u about twelve mile] country been iu vain, and that a thorough investigation and therefore have .1.1. I11IieILdutiful _
untiring we cause
ast of Tampa. -The profile of the survey I i island Iu ellcctin furthering the develop- into ollcnccs against t.e criminal] laws! to congratulate, the people of the Gth great judicial son, the loving and devoted father And hand Fa"a lr ii 2ck.of Good SalwUntial arietyTe Go keep to 4?

ishowa a gradual rise of tha country to incut of Florida can baldly be estimated: has been made, and all the ucce..oy preliminary circuit on our having an able and faithful and husband, the law-abiding, public o nuh the \' trade and ofr them t 1? .

:r upvrardVof and the branch to this: place from Pal atka steps made to bring the offenders Itofore State and all otKer officers of this citizen, g enterprising ever oflerwl before. ;
.' a hundred feet above the benchmark thc bar of the to answer fur the violations Attorney spirited .OS- }'Alit Hotel Ships supplied at the :,
at this place, though this slope! Li sogradual would open up to transportation a very exteufh.c of law Curt court honorable merchant, the true and zealous lowest rtc an

i: that the grades are insignificant an I fertile country laptcd to general An examination into the financial affairs \\\ would request' that our nearest papers Maon I ]having faithfully Jolplbbt the -- V .
I generally] averaging only] a few feet to farming, vegetable: aud fruit-growing. Finally of the county discloses the fact, that while the publish this report. work allotted him here below, having workedout W. P. Hendei son & Co. .

If-- the mile, and at no point much Tampa: bay u too important a harbor credit of the county is good, scrip being at SAMUKL MITCHELL, Foreman. all the deigns on his: trcssel I board, has IN *
reaching '
the current arc certainly hereby certify that the above is a correct DE.\LER
iu par expenses
the Gulf to be oxcrlooked con5deriiig sti
on : been called from labor to refreshment in the
; t-: i abovj thirty feet. :I> GOods9
thau they should bii the hiiksshowing
( higher Itor.Kirr{ ( Clerk.
!I' Mr. Hepburn -cxprss the opinion that, the ttrategftie points of the peninsula, and the <,expenditures to be just twice as t'II) Gtm.'FtTI, celestial Lodge above, there to join tIe great
\ -._r
from the bcst- information which he could Fort Brooke, ns a military station, i is equally much us the receipts which Just soon resultin KTATI siws.Key Masonic{ host* in singing anthems of praise to Clothing v

I' I important as a depot for troop or financial embankment. This condition ,
supplies great the Architect of the
procure, the grades (rom Parker'. lake great UnireN.Relawit
: t to
- or as a health resort in case of epidemic -.. of our finances i attributable: in a great West tlHL' a bath house.Marianna I That Hillslxirough Lodge No. Boots and Shoes
Orlando !
will :
r&r reach forty feet to the mile. As I
: iuflucncc-s prevailing in the southern fort. degree, to the loose and lavish manner with i is to have 1 daily mail. 25, Y. M. tenders its hearttitsynnpathy ,
; to the several routes he says that the cost of .. .. I which the County Commissioners have allowed & .
.4 and friends
.. -Monticello is to have: a calico ball.Montieello the family of our
i! : tho road on the first line the of aceouuts presented for Hats of all kind.
.. tcnuitiatiug south FIINANUINA: ) 7th, 1878.TKIIIUSI $ payment d'eccased Brother in this their hour of
of Bartow would be some $250: -to S300 ]less I:! -EIHTO;: : : '. settlement. Accounts of all kinds have lven has the Telephone, fever bad. and bid them look for comfort b

IL to the mile thau"tlUlt guin/tj 'Park r'li lake, In accordance! with a brought forward in prodigal prolusion, and -The Traii-it road. has gone back to the our ru\cmeu heavenly Father who loveth his children, Hardware. C"kerand
of which ahould ] Tw&
protnis-3 ma.le when lcn\ing place, I many paid ccrtuinly
but that if the object of the your old schedule.Key and temper the wind to the shorn lamb.
company is to will now cndcavcr to uive some "jottings have been rejected in every item, while ziiauyothers
:: extend the road to the St. Johns: river, the I by the wayside.; We did you not leave Tampa that might with justice and prudencebecL1 West has :) ice houses and but little lletoleed 2. That in honor of our Brother F.CY: cj-ooiDS &0.

ti1IpI northern 'route had cut down, have been allowed in IC('. the Lodge, jeweli and! furniture shall b
by Parker's: b.keTouM be ; until 11 p. iu; a'try pc.uant steam to fiiI
"Ihe I Cedar which reached 7 While we do not desire as intending to ,. -.J dl. i is draped in mourning for thirty days, and Groceries Provisions J
cheapest: by something like $lOOOOO in Keys, }place wo at 'r=nn Cninty shipping large quantities the Usual badge of mourning be worn 4 **J
the o'clock Sunday morning/ took up our quarters any reflections UJHUI the integrity of the of Irish Potatoes.Th : hal s -W >
completing wholo Hue of the biothers the same time, and
<, railway with tho Dr. Notwithstanding u is! members of the Board of County Commissioners by space WjiVo fy
: :
through. still deem it -- pro for go it d! crops in the as further mark of a page in our Oootln ffcfcLReceived
pcl' >v
claimed by many, that the Dr. is in open we our iiujH-nitive duty 1 rlec
But one bridge has to be constructed and lio-.ilily: : to TUl1IpnUll her intercut*, we to urge ujH>n them the necessity of being upper' counties ii cheering. book of records shall h iucrib .

that u over Six-mile crock and would not found him a willing; ready, .nUll very uccointlaling severely precise in ]*aying the numberless -The Cedar Keys Journal C.'OIt to us and dedicated to his memol"Rto.tli )-. weekly, and will. be sold :

t cost a 61000. While there will be Landlord, and I we would advise tlnxcpo. caiD lJcntl' to them m many instances this wink on tine halt shell.A :}. That this report bo published

requiredsome ..:.-ing; through: to give him a call. : would bleed the county financially in the SUXLANU- Taucst:, and! that a copy At Attractive
treacling through ponds and flat bear weighing 320 Ihs. has been killed deceasetiBrother. 1 Prces.
places Leaving: Ceilear Key, we rapidly passover to death. Thu'Coiuiuk-ioners> have ; he presented to the family of our .

I this treasel work will cost little more the Traii-it: I load to Gainesville, the the immediate sulucrvtii] and! direction 11 near 'nhtuinticehlo..Jannes .

r than ordinary grading inasmuch: as nearly scat of war for the next few day: '': we foundto the financial affairs of the county and at -. Lamb, an reaped. couvic hats Jos. HOJJLKS, 1) TIn( }MARKET PRICES PAID FOR i

;T allofitwillbe'verylow, the highest our surpri-u', very much more than. had time when distress and enihanuHtunt threiten. been ( in Orange County.Mr. J. Viuimu Corn.v. ;
being .llturet
l)ceii expected. K\hibits "all ready on the the jicople, ami little the planting \ A.GIVEN-SJ Country !
: 8 .
only fifteen feet. lropl'f..tfor .\"tr: i is putting up a wharf Jacksonville Proue1 .
.. I of the ot the .
; but iutc..ret.
- grourd were enough; asurc n succe, will cost'Si00.000.Tin I ) ) ( -- - ---- -'--' -- -
I The estimates of the Oat of (the road incessant fall: of rain NEW .\ in .f ('
were thy. kept' coining; in, and the managers: were they having acceptedthe ADV.RTI3E EN1S._ "'r.l ( 11'\1' 1 '
put at maximum figures, and these are such kept ba-y: funiiMiing; ailditijiuil si>ace. The I trust :11.)1 see to it that every dollar rail load agitation: has put up the h to Jiv.n" :i rll".ti.1 living EI htr.

'as to be convincing that it ii in the power of fair ai: >Ic frnm the fruit exhibits, was coiiccd-: I should be t.'Ollli l"l ii nil guarded with jealous price of t"WI projKTty in Key West. Valuable Place for Sale. 153U Fresn! IJoef at the ul.1 tand, c'cryICrlill :

: the people to build the road. It is to be regretted ml liy all to bo equal to the tftate fair. nut! fidelity. The excess in ex[>eii-cs. to which -The ;giving way ot a trestlcn the Transit ACKIX (OH LAND lying 12 mil N.tif W. exivpt Sunday. -' '
have called attention does include the --
that Mr. Wtnf the cl r'j pruiiounccd a perfect mcces: 'we not road c'all'od destruction. of (fi? ( and! 40 Itio I iinprovenie>nti. juil land :
Hepburn was unable on account The elected to lather building of the Court house which wa a 'ar TlmlL & (Gal : .
-- D.'legati-s : organize or : thc tender. No one was injured.Mr. !. are 14 f.lo".t acrcoin land In.I\'r Jllll.Lal\ laynsworth ling"
of sickness! :! to.examiue the country to :n'i't i Iii conducting the next State fair, met separate ant! distinct fund.Vc find that of ; .O Orannje Tries, 15 of Ir\ .

I Orlando, and !that urgent business and elected Dr. Kuuworthy chairman. A the County Comim-Moiier have allowed'I r .J S.? \Viiit Inurj). near Tallahassee, Ittiring-the: rest "iI..r in hH'l'I. 6 hearing nE\LEI 1:

c ments necessitated\ his immediate cuage- committee .was appointed: to conduct the themselves, too much pay lor th -ir erviees in lint boa h n' linl thorough bred Jersey Bull (!rate| Fruit tr'"; Wiring: 1'.':" h IMS; tine i
return from Philadelphia.. large I B! Orc-htnl) : ; C ir'llr.r! : IJmci PIU!
which bilie\v i i-
instances Inn;
next S'ateTair! and a Constitution; some we cc.Lh' > :I
Jiotne. prepare .mil Sour
The Directors Ltinoiix, : jnv.
were weJll'Il.] : with By Las and rijlcs for the go\irnmciit of a oversight on their \part, wj "'e i ic: to c.'al -John il.)1 alias Sitnuii' 1 11 bin-on: convicted i 'i"a'i i ,. :1:11..14.t> 0\ to I.UI"1.1 w'

the performance of his work and brides pay State fair association, aud 1 report at the meeting their attention to the matter to :1."j.1. a recurrence i i 11-camhia C"llt\t for an :isaiill upon I I. : Al'lly;. I i. Tvsxt.) :: L

ing)him as per contract-gave him a vote of ; to In- held ,during the sc... iou of the next I I of the same in future.Ve tr.id the i a child I, ,,'i be) !hung: on, 'JU'i! inst.Th May ISdi.; 1 1S7S.. ?mCurator's '
thanks for the :State; fair wliich is be held; the third Records of the County Cvm'mwtya>rc.. t -- - --- ---- --
to on
satisfactory manner in whichhe I TV W .A.ITA11DWAIIE. 1T :
Sleam hip State of Texas carriedfrom Salc.
had performed tho work. Though not Ttu-M'ay in Fu! niury, -tt n pluo: to he hero veil kept, but there\seems to l h e Licking;eir Key West t a consignment :of sevc-al ) : i ae

after 1-electrtl. The State Fruit Growers"Asjaciation : tail nocessurv hook: for sjiecilic piirpo-i-. ol :> V VlUriT.: ur nil onler IiK l out of the! I'nl' -
authorized to for tbs hundred h'-ad I of 'abbajres to (Galvoston.Goo. I | .
speak Director it i is; : ( :
met ut the >-ama llmt, and! had CIIII' record whieh we would r.c.'olcal! 1 a- I J.> I'all Court I I'.v lion. I II. I. ('(.1( O.uniy 4

nevertheless probable that the company will under cou-idcralion) I t the subject. of shipment i uiecesirv to i lnj purchaie : I D. .\IIT I Iris: been appointed I .\, i .Inil e ami '\H.li! < it,.Jitst.t. of, lr"l>atf, I will 11 llT! .

postpone any immediate steps towards iuiatia- of fruits and Vt-gotablc*, to the Northern In tin eoi.neelion\ ; we find! that: the laws c:''or of Tax,'; : M I nr\b.j, co jntv, al.I..1 ( '. f.ir ,silt\ at p.l'-lie .t:.: oil tlitf>1-t M.n.lat'te, :'A\\ -ANDSTOVES-- : .

: .ting the construction of this: railroad, until it market?; returns iK-ing; rociivc tI! from there regulating the winking and taMUhinj ot ,. ('nni.s: .. ( ''"lly Commissionerieo 'fi'', il diy M'r'.1 in Jlnt.Tanipi.\,.I llillslontiuli I H. 1 1M7Ufire t dimity> the,curt of}IoM-1 la.,
that at IttM two thirds of the vegetable.-; Public Hoad{ and! Highways havo I h"l'l plt. .1 'l''l"l : .
r- is seen what Congress is going to do about. the .: 1T1IL' wiiliin Ic all.I. .f ":I t', tlu- : ctKs; t* "f T.
: i iii;. f.lrwl1rllllllw arc received in a dainagiNlcontlition I into force throughout: the county by the appointment IVnicol.i: and I Louisville' I lail rtua.1 S. I.iitlni.in il!.%c\as: .il, c''I.i 1r..I:1 I Joll.h.t and -ll- ,
great Southern Railway, as: that charter in .. I t of : the oiiieeis uiul iu-lieii! Kiirnitnrc, IRItt l *-
.. pnv- I and very many: ca esa com plete .1 necessary K Clwllihig : l'lc : .
has ld under foreclosure.; :
\ 11..1 M was; pal'elac.1 A gInenal n-rtiii\iit, tC tin no.I imnrilw.ire of ev. .
idesfora branch from Palaika to Tampa. loto:! thefchininr.: lucy have: h'rdof.lrc.l'f.'n I the having; out all! establishing of.ruati I .i" I :all of which H HaM to pen-tn. ti .
; bv F. Sullivan, oil t.ukt, '
holder : hL1'T SIi'W i>r t1t-eripuitin. Kt..I\ '
u and II fr.t 1'lra- 1'.I I.\( ( Lin
t Tbhould that railway I lia! built, the road from 1-10\\11 away in tight box; car, and! the heat I t ric.- nl.the necos-ary highways: fur ges Ifll t mad for $:0.00)) ( ); : h'l to Im.1.x I'lluio Curator, tk-t'! ..tmi4 nun ..Iuru". t in. .ll' ,'r.. lal l t. .aI,, :1 ii.oitrs.pttV .
this it thus :generated, was uticieiit( to entirely ruin public but the weather having bl'l.1 (' I'ilK-s hint! 1"1'1".r iPt'1e4, 1".Ito 1
place cast, appears to u% should to twenty-five cents acre for the land of t tine I l'znluliaLIy 1tIt 1$7. \ 11' Jr3c.
go them by the time they reached: New York.A so unrea,.onal)ly Lad, the whole eolltrIla\ pjr . --- -- --- "|pitkiicitVLI'. \"iLolM.\.>*. idly itininhit,. ., I.ani. I:
r the Kissimmee river, crossing Peace Creek at committee was appointed to confir with ing been covered with water for months, lendering company.THK' iSTotico .1 toiU Il'I",d"lh >" "|iri kUr*. u.'t\?:h at r. pattynM

-:. or below Fort Meade and pursuing! the route the tran-pnrtation lines with a vif-w of get it.i imj iiihle. to c.'arrY"1 any woik : MILK is TIM: Curovxt'T.-Throo (ff: Dischare. pini, "at, iJI. ...,Ir ill. 1''Hu.oi"e ili4t". .I i in.and,
indicated sometime since them better that would] :stand. the deltiiro of water that u I IX MONTHS KUOM( I HATKIIIC.uliiiinitraior mmn.krmeiginctl. \.iit 'r, 1".1", .'r dllfn' \
by Capt. F. A. ting to put oil ear, and well IH'III'r, of the I Hoard of I Health f for Key tt.tIe : .hirwttiil' : .t
Hendry, of Fort Myers, in a communication ventilated! thus obviating:: ; in a c'egrec, thetCil.leIieV !has: rendered. the roadalmost, impi-: >.il>le andcompelled \ -! are, undertaker-', and it is not thought; ; L_. of tIn. tatc of.I..ih! (;Satw.his .!loiva C\i"h'r" .tr' l'L..h'r
to this i aper. to deeomjioMtioii. The lommittci'waittd I u corplcte IliIlollm'ltlf all at alli'iular I ; that they >!iould i i favor: the abolition ( all! \oiii h..f the (',"nl'"illr'nL! of( .ai.1 l Roofing and Cuttering
r I). K. Maxwell of work on the public highways.We of i uml\ ,
upon 'apt. : Sup't. I quarantine.-(iiltttt(
Act of Vandalism. the Transit Uoad: and he informed the committee have eXtulin..1 the county jail, :and -Jud-ju Settle! of I the U. S. Di-t. Court "ai.1 I ailiuini-tr.itoivliio.i Done to Orders anti all workV.tRRANTED.

Last week when batteries he had, for a long time J heuithenc- find, that while a great that ot moiuy has haappointed; W. ( ; lavis'ilk K.F.: (5ATUS A.lm'r.Maintoe ck of .
the of the Tam : : flint anti x4tninc our .
;)1 Cal May l Htli, I 178. Cal
; <-C'itV of better ventilated earand with Ill'l cxpewlt',1 011 the same, still: I it is in a and J. I Hartridge, Jaelv-on\illo: : : -. -
and Ft. Meade line I. E
pa Telegraph hail lnvn this end! iI'iL'W: had onlerod two ot* the decayed condition anti i is not siitluieiitly and ( ;J. K.iiiK'V, John Henderson, and i K. In <1 r.'ul Court, Hth JiidicTnl I. Circuit COOKING A J WAUMIXC STOVES, ..I

got iu working order, a man was sent out to : Moiitgonury ]Iltrfrigcrator car to run on the ': large:, l'lh t1): during the till-* of the I Circuit 1 11.! Hilton, it' the Tallahassee bar, :v l'OIUHit-) t .Inrlln-Ih'rnalun} Count, OP ALL SZ4 AND rATEKS- 'S.: .

see that the line was all right, when ]lo and I: Tran-it ll->;ad), to conneet with cars of tii-! Curt, a large number of, prisonershave : tee to confer with one t\pp.illt11: I from the II.VKHY t. MAUXH, | '

behold, it was discovered that at a point some I clarininiig; fromJa..k".m'iI! ,. toSavannah, lalh to be confined therein.Vt: : I\'nwol: bar to report to the court rules of \:MAl.'Nl )}I Iflvtrce. TIX irAitt: JKI\UKKD AT SltOJ7. .
;** I! and! fur immeiliatu would so soon as the lininc: of the CYNTHI IA : I., XOT1CKFtb.
u-c put on ears rceoIIL'IIttlmt court ; the Xoilhiin I Di-t. of Florida.We .
twenty miles from here, some one had cut suitably! Miitildt l Uh", ) that tlure, could be no \i the expense I that riiih I I .\'I'I.\t: : |(; TO TIn: ().L'IT that the iK- _. I'i._'; '_7$-tr .
: the line and stolen some two hundred, yard,* ('au.fi.lr t'oTiiplaiill "liy the Ti tick Farmers! repairs nll tll.lili\ns lie put ()i. the jail asmay are happy t'lltat that our n;w auctioneer f'n.lnt: Cllhi: M hlull. .. vkithont t.i! -- --

t length of the wire. This piece of vandalismis on the Hue of Mi: road.: The committee was lie found ncctary l h)the Boanl ofCounty Mr. J. C. Whaltoii, has:met with success I {I'loriila ir'lil, ;l i i i4 i urI..r.l I II ,"U'tint;: \\al"l flic apix-nr:ami, .1'.111 State or of ,, I:SKVK: ; n. r. jKstxt M. P
since in the buiiuvWe Dentist
; a felony ; and we have no doubt but that very generously. prc.'nh.tll':1"s' to Savannah Commissioners.We : starting; wilecertain auir (Itt.I'i'.l;: tilttl in rai'l i.m-v. :uclii)4 to line Physician I Surgeon
have examined the books of the County at that this intelligent gentleman Icrinof th, Statue iu .li niaile antI .roilfil
thcTSup't of the line Mr. Wm. B. Hender I t where they go next to ob-erve, and! confer : : I..t MK -a-n- i -
'- ': I r with the other,' lines of 1 tail road s andSunmers Officer*, and those of the Cletkand .Auth.itor's had: but to his LI..il'Si known and success II < or jmliiiicnt prn-r<"Fi4 will l Le 'rcmltntla NEVE: &
son, will use effort to discover the thief fl low. I He has tho congratulaliviis : lin-t lur. JSE
every to New York. You look for u offices we t find! iu rather a (an lev- wOII.II : -

: and get him adequately punished.. No place full rt-port from them upon their may return, niul manner, but we find kc.'lt of illtdlti.nalnt'glect ; of the DISPATCH with a hearty (God! (.!It in i i.the further ni'SI.),I.r.l.TKIIU..NK That;thi U m orxler>w"{MH.1 lo>r puMNUc 1'imbhiin-) DK\.Im.';

but the penitentiary is fit for such a scoundrel it 1:; h.ijK-d, that they may be enabled sugget or remissucas in the details of the speed.-Int'th.A l in Tuinji.i: fur the i-ia(v uftwI inoiithii.II. .

: Mich changes: that it may l IIC made practicable : matter of said I otfice, nlll besides, the preentiucumhent -- L-MITCHKLUJuiliKe, I'ltlg'H Mcdiclllc )

at once, that this very great enterprise has been but a short t time il the quantity of ,n.1 t'xec.'lt..1 counterfeit (>th Cm-uit of l-'loriila.
of &ute l 110 ruinwl discharge of his duties, and has not trade .1.II:1ri: have II'f.1 captured in Cincinnati. Mareh ISth, l7{<. Jewelry Goods
Blocker our may: not now, : : hlllliml .\ true cxtraU fruin the Minutex, Fancy
t Captain recently appointed State I although iu it* incijiieiicy. Fertiamliua: i iI. is 'to ,perfectly familiarize himself with thc They are comjiosed vfLllf.k tin, bNrnnth J. C. LAW, Clerk. ETC., ETC. '
: Immigration Agent, prints the following card '! and devolveI and( puherued glass. They Kix esu
; reet.ring from the great scourge rl'l'n.Jlat : grave responsible mntchieh | May 18tb, l"'$.
the number of I him but the notice pretty nearly tine standard weight, and! have -- ,--- n attention given to the
: {in May the Fhridii<<[ Ina'yrant.Captaia fall!, and! the mlrhtmt and hbinc, I upon we bring to Spedal CUMPOUXD1NO .
B. .u an old Fiori.lian, i.iinatcly: I .I. no" fe21 l better over improvetl' :times..' of our office, that in accepting the several the exact color and the t true ring of the real Notice toN TaXIJayers. o

Weather dry, feeling thc-nccil ofr.tiuIA4 j o1dall".itill( :! in the they neccsarily dollars. The only means of (detecting them Physicians' Proscriptions :
acquainted with all of tha SUit who t nut rrops COUIt.
parts OTICK 1 is iIIItlRIlIVEN: : will
from tine is i
Vegetables in the ) accept attendant duties and reipun.SilihitiL5 ;;genuine by means tt a weigher or that
I will do.all that other ciizv-n: cult .11)! in very lllCh. sluijte. I \ bet teeth when clone the Tax: IJ.M.ks any of, Cucumbers', Tomatoes, Sjua-hc-, & arc i mil that they cannot he too faithful: by pn>Miig; th1 \ecu unit! all Iii, luvv mitt laill.y Haiti time will have

t jp.luoiiig emigration hither. ';going; forward at'the rate of two, to four 4! in the ,.ariccllutil' of thc important trusts tho glass which they C.'Olltt\1 admits ot 1 their |roiTty\ : lexiciloti for nale toH.iti if).t.aiti l tasc TEETH FILLED: niACTED: antI ART. '

CAUD TO THE 1'ZL1. cars a day, aud tha time i is not fa distant f I which! they !Ia'o accepted, ami sworn faithful I cracking oUII !Hack "t taxes I for_tintar. Is70 ami I.s77, mu!t al-ol FICIALTECTII: on I'EU.ULOID: H\l: ilr .,, -
: when in to dwiiarge. We arc forced to shuak11aiul -- l I. 1'li.lly! ,.Ihl! time' or I lew will follow. i in tlit* hiett.tioitrtiile% manner, and
been county: come as a
Having Agent Hil.hlrolh wi
: ar.pointcc.llmmigr.1tion -The of the Democratic S.'ll SI'AHKMAX.Colin (;JUAUANtKKD.We ; S.TlS..7J'f
officer and tell them that joint
the trade to our our 11'lberl .
fur the State of Florida I take this method. great ('olpctTtur
., : vegetable tor IU: 'venue I I County. any aNo loIIU\,1 toIl
citizens will in the committee Imvini in charge the investigation 1 itIuruugh 11
; announcing to the citizens of the State> that of the Northern-tnaikets. [""ro anon. I expect an improvement caucus -- ---- in theJewelers' -
Wu find that the books the County .. into the alleged 1 Florida frauds havetiecitILMi ,
future. of
Yours the EI -I
: I shall in by KISI':
way & Madsen
use means
every : : Lovengreen and Watch IiUrl
resent the whole State impartially my \\lOwer.to, s with-rep- r Auditor sh>iw on their lace: that Janus I: I that: it i is not a .question of privilege, Maer' .
IiiKtullution.Ilev. Yeomans former Collector of llevenue{ i inii-t come in the order of regular bus Kt'.I' a ( tf ""
out the least sectional feeling. Therefore, 1 )1 hit up ; : | foinjilitiSltnk. iLLVORK WARRANTED.Wo ,
would most respectfully aak the co-operation T. A. Carruth, Deputy G. T. C. T., arrears to thc county iu tho sum of i:1 iU':: It was determined, therefore, that it PAINTS I invite attention to our STOCK( 1x1.

t' pf all who feel an interest! building aud installed the following; officers hi.t Monday .thousand three hundred anti ninety-six should! come up regularly from the Judiciary (I.an.1 Taut|>a. Ffl. 24.! '77. if.. r :

developing the resources of our up, and I night; in Ilill-lwroiigli Ixxlgc No. 21 I, I(). Ian and forty four cents. It u claimed hy 1| Committee. '1 he im'l."ti""nti.m will relate enI Furniture onlcr., Al>o GLASS; on of haml. ,
country Ildtl alldl.il
shall feel grateful to citizens in of': (;. T., for the quarter ending August htlX7 his friends that he has vouchers and receipts I I I tirely to the UJt'l.J; frtt.I", no reference tnre 1rmr at reaxonalile price, I'i. AThIUTTER, F
part '
every : iu full ; if such be the case, it i it his duty to will be made of nr. Hays' ),. tfAdministrator's .
the State whomay feel disposed 1 to furnish i CIItiol _. J '
1 W. C. .-Mr. D..irPost.W. .. t. como forward and make a settlement and! till 10. -- .
with statistics that I be the betterL ful "
me enabled to do full justice may to section. I V. T.-Mi* Julia: Bartholomew. if he can explain the if any., which I .- _- Notice. l '

I shall make my headquarters every at Tallahassee "r.' H. 8.-H.j L. Ciano. Allows! this large lldidcnc' '. We are surprisedlllut : Senator. Gordon made. a !i>eech in favor ofa 1'KIISONS: having d'nn.l. a ain.t the ', > .'.'
1 "'_ F. :S.; -M. W. Carruth. the Board Commissioners ha-s of the act in the Senate ALL .
: until the 1st of June, after .which time oj County repeal resumption :taie of WilliamV.. Wall, itctv&H'd, will -
whereabouts will be made known through I T.-Auigut Peterson. not required ) Yt'Uniuto( come Iwloru ,, which created! a profound impression. He'treated priMiit tht'l duly aUlluILi..iL\.I.tllltlnt\llg\1 .
L toy the medium of THE FLORIDA IMMKIRANT. I I W. C.-l.\. A. Carruth. them aud make a final settlement ; the matter : I I : the 'matter ('xlau tiwlreic,1; within the time i> ,' l Ly Boot and Shoe Maker. \

IL I I Turman. is: under their jurisdiction mil the people :: the course of Radical financial legislation i during wii.jili-atl in bar of their recovery and UIOM in.1..It.1 -
II. T. Blocker. "pIS .
Respectfully.: I to 1i.t l K tate will mako immetliate mrttlenifiit. notifies the public that Le hw vntab.
.. .r Miss Sudie HOl'. look to them, to adjust and keep iu order' t the tine past rears, and showed clearly how HEREI1Y SHOE: SHOP in the Ma-wnic building -
W. O. IsaacCraft.. financial machinery of the county. I I!' it had been minions in its tendencies! lie com- and U l do .
G.-I. : IV F. WALL.. 1.IQn.1} to all work in bin line
.. PS.-' YC call the attention of those living \\ II. I I. f.-MUs Koea Dapenhanlt. The matter of accounts of.Jll' D. Or'l'I, pm'lthc effect of undue contraction of thecurrency J. :LIl'hOOMIt.Administrator. neatt t>i* and
oq, the c0ast.to the inquiries concerning fish \V. L.. Jliss Floie Clark- former sheriff: against the county has been in his: country since the war with *. Tampa, Fix, Jan. 19th u n. 1

Blade by pr,.Kenworthy. These will 'be W. As.t. S.-Miss Julia Cowart.W. brought to fur notice. We would request thu t the oppo.-itc..(policy) of l-Vaucc. since the Fran Taimnita, Fla May lltli, 1878. 8w

'{bund on the first page, end we*incercly trust D. M.-:MLss Tillio McKay.Mrs. proper officers to examine promptly into the C.'o-l'rI11 contest, and showed I how the otice. 1I Notice.SIX .
I M. II. Crane was elected Organist. mater, and if these account he touud correctto : United States had suffered, while France had
c.f; 1 Jhat those. possessing the information will wish this institution continuance audit and the We have been '! In word his ha- MONTHS after date I will )present mjr so .3
We heartily a pay a : argument was MONTHS after date I will .
.: : } W j smc. prptr'l i I TWO prtnt my and v."dU.'N 14) the
$: ,,wnte to the Dr. and answer AS many of his pf its !)present prosperity, and would takeoccasion Jkc by many citizens t present to the no I s on idea, that "it was: better to save the and v.xic-lifrs ((, the Hon. Judge .(1't tC County Jndgv: oOlaae lon E Gram

#3_ qua 11* they are able.Soine .' to urge on its members tho impor- the Board of County Commissionersthe : country by common sense than ruin it by Iden'c'c. ,: bate in and for Hillnliuroiigh County, Fla., for an Dent of the estate of William Carlton dcc'U and u

,,A t .,; alice of never allowing their efforts to flag necessity for the building of bridges iu : ." Ills effort is: highly spoken of, act.! anuual./'ullI..t of the l .late Alexander Andcrwon. tu 0 dii4charged thervfrom. II. E.r Carlton -

:",: IS- communications arc crowded a fight noble aud humane against the different sections of the and we wouldhere he was frequently by ,
: 8 county I'I interrupted applause J. M. McCLUNC, Adm'r. Asvnt for R. A. Carlton, Att> in

::. ;, :' <1'f' put:! this week, but will appear. it. next issue._ wont of vices. respectfully! suggest that this matter be from the g'J'riC. Tampa May lltli, 1S78.: 8wI Nov.24th- t 1877- fc.

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i uf uND TRIBUNE Tire,CROPS.-We were pleased to receive )Places on the Buy.Having way along; the bay shore we come to the rcgi- THE :BAQAD SASH FACTORY CO. x

:i4 a visit last Wednesday from, DIr J. R. Ta- ) occasion the first of the week to deuce of Mr. J. Watrous, late of Bay \

LY 18, 1878. tum, living on Hooker's prairie who i informs ride dowu on Gadsden's PJillt-the peninsula: City, Miih.[ On n direct Hue M\ r. ''''8.: place' r

us that the of of the farmers in ; i is! hardly mile thou and being on
HgfpoTvSkpf crops many dividing Tampa bay into the subdivisions of : t-iwn, of ..
Offer for sale at their Goods consisting -
., HilUlorough' Lodge the eastern porti6ii of the county are as old Tampa and Hillsborough c were not the nortluru she! of llilN'oonutgh; 1 bay, Tampa a.

.,. ,7Qi'ti "+' held oath o.>-; the Brethren Ut sad in promising as during previous: y-sera. Some only able to admire the beauty and loveliness couimands: a inaguifK-i'nt; view of the bav- ,

r : ,. .i whose foods were low and not provided ith of the bay scenery from the roalll'uu- far beyond+ iai-MleiiV) :, P..5nt. Mr.! "'. has I
, All sizes of Glazed Sash
,r+ x.r,.. Secrctarr. drataajje: and in consequence having be ning along near the l'i teru shore of the {peninsula been tests a littlo over two year*, during ,..

w, d elvet, t. come sobbed during the ruins, have rather but had tim to note several hand-. which time h.j has boon arduous: in enlarging ItIt .
Window & Door Frames
' |gj&J9i KfeSjgtAlwill inferior corn crnl t. These are making prep- sumo locations iu a inure, or less state of improvement improving and beautifying what lands: .

r ,+by eratioad however, to plant rice and potatoes on this point. he cxjK-cts to utilize iu tin orange grove.

}eP.v at the proper season. He. feels confident that Rev. )Ir. R. W. Memminger, a sou of the His lands arc exactly adapted to the growthof Window Blinds,

, tu rr. GElCE.f' a plenty will be made. ex-Confederate l Secretary of the Treasury, the orange, and it seems! to us that it t

ROAD ""OIUClso.-\Ve learn that at the owns the place nearest the 1 point of the I peninsula would hardly be I possible to improve his: location And Cisterns from 1000 to 3000 gallons. r

; ray .{ family. next meeting of the Road Commissioners of and has on it a fine )'ou:g orange ou the Lat )[Watrous: was forced to 1
; ,,, which will be in It is seek a home in Florida on account of health
soon bearing.
this District tthe_ question will come up as to grove and Orders received and> perfected by MILLER & HENDERSON 1, Agt's. ,
situated ou the eastern shore and a although nut favorably impressed at
whether in possesses
y y 'ce will x bung a municipal corporation exempts
,.. Via,; ,. from road duty outside of the city limits beautiful water front. His brother, )Ir. C. first: t, has become quite cuanurcd with the Tampa, Fla. May IStli, 1ST*. tf
r of his selection and would leave -- -- --- --- -
not --
G. teas
Memmiuger, a l place also! lying on the place ;
ta ., t ., ? Our impression is that last year it was
., ,j. V 1'DD. decided in both Jacksonville and Tallahasseethat water front about one mile this side of the now under any '<' lcurustaoe As a nice BOEHM BENDHEIM & CO.r

a tir ? r V close there was no exemption, and that those, clergyman:?. Both of thce gentlemen are j gentleman and good citizen he is nn acquisition ,

At ; '' iO present living in iucorj>orated towns and cities were now absent, though they have resided on to auy community, and therefore we are Jq

r'a a 6w, o t s w' r as much subject to road duty as auy body their places for several: years back. glad to keels t1a:1t.hc i is a fixture among, us. 143 Bay Street, SAVANNAH, Georgia, : i
wcBgiaswayns else in that road district. So far n* we can Coming this way, we pas: Ballast Point I The next impro\'I..11'lucc. come to is: I

.,,rt,'; "s iN worthinl treo the law provides for no such exemp and reach the place of )[r. D. \\". Xix, lying I that of Gr i,William P. Jackson, a gentleman t &i

LIARS frill bi' case. tion. next the water and originally containing n "to the manner born." Capt. Jackson's CIGA"RS

bWeunderipbell considerable body of good land well adaptedto place i is located on the bay shore n short distance Manafacturers of the Celebrated! :
The Illght Man in the l'lace.
ay died fritter the growth of the orange trl'('. He has beyond' the mouth of Hillsboroughriver. i

in Polk county not lonf unce from eating f. tendered Col. R.the B. commission Thomas, of of this lirigadier place has General been disposed of some G or 7 lots! of ten or morn It is beautifully located, and he has COTTOX BOLL, PAPAGEXA, WELCOME,

bou y. *-- of the 5th Brigade, the military districtof acres of this land to as many diilerent young splendid young orange grove coming on. GOLDEN BUG. IIAITY LOVERS, l'\XD.\HO.

Luis Pr.J.m-\Ve are indebted to Mr. which comprises the eight Southern coun- naval officers who have been engaged in Capt. Bill is a seafaring dog and the best

Hadden for.a Chinese tea plant and a Fragrant ties. This ia a deserved compliment to the coast survey s-;n ice in the bay and down pilot in our bay ; and when weighed; down. ORIENTAL, MEUVEILLE., EPICUREAN: ; ,

; ; *, o+ ball. for which he will please] ac Colonel whose military education at West our coast fur the last few )<>,\N. Of these, by the barnacles. of age, will have an orange GOLDEN[ F1.FICI.1Tt'I[ : ..t1IITIC.1J.1fi1II 'E t Point fits him and
peculiarly organize
:., .' cept our 'thanks Capt. J. M.. law"ley and Lieutenant Hannis, bower haven into which to retira from the
render efficient: the militia of the 5th Brig AGENTS: FOR
S65T Under the large oau Dear the officers' ade. We congratulate all heeds: on this: tender Harris and Coblj have had )Ir. Xix, to setout storms of I lit i to.We .

: quarters in the garrison, the'b ame of., croquet of appointment, and hope the Colonel groves of or.1ugtr\ ('.s for them which are noticed the beginning of some newimprnycrnents Seidenburg & Go's. Key "West Cigars

'' is indulged ia almost every afternoon by will accept. quite thrifty though young. The same gentleman on the northern shore Mr.rl ,

those fond:bf plajfing it. ] :1r.:1ir, has alo: charge of the : .T. Hill*, late of III., i is having a house

,P.4J".A.Y.-lIr.E..P. Grant hLS'a papaw''' Dlscorcry. 1 places of iho brothers JlentmiuR r' r. ereck-d. on a beautiful ito beyond )[r..Bul Dill's, Schofield's & Fuller's well known Chewing TOBACCO'S,
When D sotu lauded at Tampa bay in
bush in his yard full of"fntit which is nowripening. 1659, apprehending that he might be destroyed Still coming this way we arrive at Col. W. lock's, and Mr. )[. .\. Morrison, of the same

It u. said to be a delicious i fruit by the aborigiues of the country, he G. Bartholomew's 1 place' 1 probably the mo,t State, is: having a place improved just t this IX ALL STYLUS AXD (DUALITIES.LOG ;,

1 in leaJen box and hurried the )located the side and :Mr.[ \Vntrous Mr.M. .
est l11riih a little salt and pepper. place a at beautifully on eastern: shot of adjoining place CABIN, i I... !
..- root of a large oak still standing in the enclosure the Gad=: dcn's Point p"'nin=ula. Thi-t place [. thinks: of building a concrete! hon ('. Being GOLDEN EAGLE, "
._ Selling out at Cot-J. KYDD. of Copt W m. Jackson uu the other LOVE A MOXG THE ROSES, j..ol i-
was settled many years before the war as a a ;gentleman of ample 1 means there i is little ..i
side of the river record uf the
a expedition
18- Now. is the time to Bend. iu your advertisement up to that time. This box was recently discovered summer resort by one of our oldest families: doubt but that he will soon have n magnificent *

*,'as in a short time we hall write by the Captain iu digging a hole for the MCIa)'s. The d,l. has done considerable place. Con t, o 1111 i sil JS in .olei 11 i" 117 01)tiL000. -*

up all ,the busmeecaof. Tampa which their'proprietors an orange tree, aud among other papers was towards improving and beautifying it in The whole of the northern and western < r ..
1'AXITY -:111: Tobacco ami (;
tits for
SolrAfff yarf"t'.Of.
think worth advertising in the a curious one casting the horoscope of Tampa the eight or ten years of his occupation. He shore along Hillsborougb bay is bound to "' "

t TRIBUNE.LOCBEQ.FROU. ; and iu this he distinctly statesthat inc has fine become in the of time dotted with rrHE"XOELLEN
a course
the year of Our Lord 1878, the best cigars young orange grove coming ou : : E .

; PE S.\COL.-The Schnr. in Tampa fur 5 cts., will be found at the with come of the trees now beginning to bear, beautiful villas cnsco'uccd iu orange groves. .

)Mary sEllen, Capt. Pett won' arrived Monday; store of \\'. P. Henderson & Co., head of and moreover, has quite satiety of other At an early day we shall write up the OF THE !

'with)lumber for a dwelting: house to be erect Lafayette St., and so it U. fruit trees. Considerable attention has; also t places situated un the banks of the river,

ed on.the ,Alafia. consigned to CapL J. T. Synopsis or the Proceedings of the been paid by his estimable and l accomplished and such others iu the vicinity of Tampa, orerrs THE BRIGHT NAVY TOBACCO !
: Lesley. Board of County Commissioners at daughters towards beautifying the l grounds iu the county, as may merit it on ac 1

; CEDABMenr. Covering A siVUliams their Meeting of 3Ja.y 7th, 1878. with shrubbery and flowers. The Col. is n count of natural advantages or their sujieriorimprovements. MANUFACTURED BY THE

have a raft, of 2,003 sticks of red cedar a few Preseut 'Y Dt. B. IJender. E. B. Sparkman war pensioner, J having been crippled for life: Merchants' Tobacco Co. of Boston
f' : miles! the llillalwrouga river, which they J.. J. E, Frierson and J. S. Taylor Jr.11'tu. while a Lieut. Col. of a Massachusetts regiment ... -- .. .- Mass.,
u up B. Heudi-rson! was elected chairman kir The Nickel Club met 1 last Wednesday -
are bringing down to cut up! turn pencil vice: WIlLV l, d\'Cea .sl. Messrs.Sparkman ; !. yet probably} there i is uo man living in night iu the parlors: of Mrsl Col. W. G. be TivuJ by the fa-tidioii-chewcrj, )by tailing on lea.linjr l" ilcisiiirreplying:: fur :inple IA our

.1"F boardd fur shipmeut.E : and Taylor were appointed a this section more highly esteemed and respected Ferris, and were entertained witfth following Can\ CI\\-4\ for+ the Southern State .
All kinds of job work done at the committee to prepare nnd report suitable as a gentleman iu eveiy :sense of the word.,} programme; : livery: pIng h\-4: a "1 dcnt Metal IalnT'{ ,\itlj "Mereliann; T.J>aeeo Cvntl':\tty" thcrevU.UOEIIM : .

;r; ECXLA.XD- TUICCNK office with -u tJ1CiS nod resolutions anetit the death of the J late chairman As was to, be expected I he cams hero a Republican )III-i ic on, Yiolin.-'rill'} Banner Quick..tl'p;.
of the batfrfl 'n.. W. Wall ; and made but} like bv Jlra( rs, C'rAive: and l )1:11"11.IIW UEXDHEIM; ;[ ,t CO.. Savannah.: ; C.'ro.BENJAMIN ; .
din p tcb. Illustrated Uin'icaN3 struck { a great many other: hone.stmen t "
the follow S.r.UJe! ; : \ : (1'v Mi-sTillie MiKav.Kia.ling. .
ofl'to'snit the fanc;; Invitations, and visiting W/itreo*,.since; ivport the I last; meeting of this. Board he finally discovered. : l that it wa impossible .-" 1 JI 1 i ifrh Title, ,'' l.y Mr.Crane. -._ __ u. ___ __ __ ._
f cards i iu with for him to affiliate with the Jlu-icun \ ..lill.-"I'l'rini'allz.," hr l Motor,*. f
unexceptionable aryls. we have( learned + the deepest. sorrow part a- Crane and 1 )latl"11)l > & PARCELLTE
a of the death. of our worthy President, )Ir. generally constituted l iu the Southern States "
..- Neve : Smiy.; "Loiy< long, Weary Day*, brli>*
home ante
: reDr.
u again at
<< ready W. W. Wall, ui.} furling it to be the duty and for that reason iu the last campaign parr J lliitn.Itoatliiii: AGENTS: FOR THE SALE OF: THE: :
to perform all kind of Dental work for the of this Board to add this! tribute to hU : ,'.-" Bi-c: anal( Fall of the Moii-taihe: ," l.vMr.
t citizens of 'Tampa 411'1 1 mrrouiiijiiig! country. : cast his lot with the opposition.Xext ) ; .\. II. IMrslow.Milicon .
memory U. S. Wind and Go's. Goods
Engine Pump
1'iul i
m.l11t':1C )[ l MOX.-I-S.(
: to Col.-Bartholomew lives n.ahrn :Md/onrka I.y
,: Hi professional{ skill id too wall known to Thtrrfore Ite:uh'e, ,f, that: in the death of Crane and Mad.,,'n. ,
Mr. Wall, the people! of this! have )Ir. C.V.. I'i.-iced, late of XewmarkitX.II. '
&j need commendation from us.B 1 } enmity ))lId.Flnr1 ;1I\.ll-\.r.tu; l Joy Mi-wes Julia
juiy lost uu honest and faithful public' officer ., who pnrcha=ed land fioni the (\>1. Mr. and ties l.artlu.l inu-w. COIl8i ting of the ColobralolHALLDAY t

it.&u out tit Coxt. -J..A T. KYDD. whocs purposes and aims were always directed F. has been (here I'dl't'li"u.Iidl:4 of Roan," I by 11i-+ M.iry r
; ; only I a little over a .,
,.... ... ..... towards! the promotion of their l Lc.t in- year J H.iy.Itn..Sine{ r .
1: ,. Goon ran MAXATEE.-We I laarn' that the terests.RcMtletd. but in that tim: has accomplished, a great :.-'',\ Little Buiu-h II f ROMS," by MisKo.t s

; commerce nf Miuatoo M jrowiitg to such nn that the energy, int--l! ."ence, experience deal in, fixing up a handsome }tlat! 'c. : iKigtnlianit. ,..., .. ,.

extent that auothor \\'': aud w ftrehou.se are and wistlom which liaveiWn withdrawn A half a mile or >o this side of the last ShiJlJlill Intclligcnco.-- ] WIND M ILLSFARM li

'- to bo built onu 'by M;:tsra.-H", rlee, YauJerripc I from tlie ounce's of t\i\-\ \ l J.\rtl! t tlyju;;h pester'> is a nngniiicent :site on the bay ownedby .
I the death! f )lr. Wall will be long: felt(by iusurviving .\1:HI"t:n. f f
and Gates and other raercliauL. : )1 r. Stetling )leCnrtIlIIt
.. m mhc-, and leaves a v-cuiry difficult we regret to liar(: 12-S. S. T. J. CiHliran: Capt. I*. llaj'moinl, ,
;! AroTUtA Atc Tuocr.I -Oenernl Front was if not iniix>*.ible to fill. : :':1that. it is not in our power to :speak of his from Ctslar J.il"I.: e : I I'AN'D
lienokvl: that these resolutions: be spread efforts towards improving it in complimentary 12- l.lJlr.nnie' Cliaon, from ; .
lat We .
X Orltaiis.II
out fishing agate upon the minutes of this Board, and a copyof term. -:Sthr.: Mary Klli-n, C-ipt. C. T. IVleronfrom t.t.,' tJ t
; another ten pound trout l flea\ a tiumWr of .
the t'ame' bt' furiii-hed the ** Srsi.AXii l'tn-a.vla.
Immediately back: of hi place i i.. Mr.Cashing i
t .
f smaller sire We would not be surptised if TR'un; F:" for publication.On I IT.-:>. >. T. J. Cueliran! Caj-t.1". l I'nyinnn.l, ?
; another Maaehn= :::lItl"'IIIlII"who f'i'in \nar! Ko 1 1.i jw
-= ,
: the General thouM induce his St. motion the
others of foregoing: report was re- ."
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1 1'
l'in .
diydasthe: characteristic: : Yankee Valley Caj-t. MtKay,
l Louis fri'ud* who may ba fond of piscatorysport ceis+rl, adojited, and the committee discharged. : l'IH'r"gy fitnii Ceil.ir ]Ki\;: _. .i ;
The 1ilI toad (JontmUsioncrs and l go-a-hcadativeuc-s'.
<>wing were
to vi/U Tampa with him next winter. IIU'\yet. ?
;f;;. apl, ,intcrl.i1wa Further this sidcN i: the place of Mr. .Io .. PUMPS.
1 " I-' Bio Ftsii.-Last Saturday George Bell Xo 3, Jute. t J[. Brown, vice L. D Hawley; a gentleman from Detroit )Iich. the: <\-lar I Kw*.

aud Burr Onwby caught; a Tarpon 1 weighing'i Russ. exetnpt.Disj. lie has a beautifully located place on. the Ui-fxhr.! Mary[ eaten, Capt. C. 1'ttvrson: : I. X. L. Feed r ills Tanks Rubber Hose Water\ Pipes Points ;
01 lla. ThJ *caliM of this fish are very large i Xo. 4, Phillip _\.-Sutton, vice Wai for 1'IUaevla. ,
measuring 2 in. one waod 21} in. the other, ton \Vhiteliurst, over age. bay and! was making it a real lovo of a place! 17-Annie ('ha-.', II. (Jil.+.rn. fur Orleans.", /7V, /lT7"7'., .. L.Sul '

and the exposed 1 portion presents a bright D .*I. Xo. 9, \\". .\. l&phain : J. R. when some dispute to+ his title acute, and li1'CV-ilar. J. rchranCaptl I KIVr IPP. :. .liacuurndfVr l 11--Ajfonts: anted in each county to wh 1:11: H'jer.t' ilisouutit( will l h:2 g: iraa. :

ftilrcrr: :tcaratice' Tha fish is lung and McDonald, over age.A the result has been that he has suffer material For Prices, term, &c., scml damp for drl'ular.II.lfl'A",

.,:,,, deader arts this one measured five feet four petition from C. W. Audreaud others damage; and; over two sears backs-it inimproving. ClIsigllc liI'\JtiJ1I\. P.HCII.L.August : .
inches in length. Another was caught Mon praying for the establishment of a Public C.Rlr..n: 12th.-C. l',11'ruhrrLrllr.( .1 II.( H. 11-".us.: Tampa Fla.MCDONOUGH .
., r Road from Little Hillsborougli," ,"ia" Andrews Xo inconsiderable amount ofsymjiathy Cook, I>/iilrn.kiMittlul.:! S. 1'. Jnlldl'lJ.. F. _. .
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day. -- -- -- -
Walker I K. I B.! .,..
for him ami / MnjiKiv; Miller A. .
Bridge, north to county line, was received indignation; againstthe .
HeiuK-r-Nin, >. :aimfryu, \V. J. Olt.
'V.-G. Ferris has drove
74 a pump and it was ordere l that the prayer Land Office tens occasioned) at the time 17ili.: -L. M.[liallanl, H. PanflU, 1 It.: P.Canning, & BALLANTYNE ,
.. cook over twenty feet in his yard which afford thereof: be the ic.. 1l'F.: IU.rnier ,
granted upon par; ':! comply iu this community on account of thi 1: J. JIrtrrnlln( J. M.[ feels
*;,an abundant .supply of good water.Judge ing with the usual requirements in such cases = antiovnnce PerAniiifClia.se 12tli.V.: i}. l\iri, Hr. }F.
P..G. Wall undertook to have Duet ; and Messrs, C. \\". Andrews, Geo and losj to him. IIi< place i situated r.r.uuli.: 1 1:. 1'.1 !il ant, IIiiMiMuirth A Canning, C. L.FriJifle IRON AND BRASS FOUNDERS, :
sunk this week,'but at the depth ot, sixteen. 'Adams: and Adam: Hollowmau, \venj! appointed near the bend of the bay: where the shore uf .1. II. f K rtII'OC, i h. G h i rl.

feet rtrock'rock or V>rae other impenetratedabiUooe. special commissioners to mark out]said the latter turns in an easterly direction. towards ---, .- MACHINISTS AftD PATTERN MAKERS 1
< He drew it np a few feet, however road. The petition of Z. T. Biiibee and town. .L. lllishcl ill l.S4S. ty t

= and has abundant water. others fur a road was read and laid on the< Cor. East Broad and Streets
Opposite to him on the western shore} U lWlllIout at Cost-J. ,C T. KYDD. table Same order iu regard to a communication C. L. FRIEBELE, (
from )Ir. Riehanl Bu. th. the places of )[r. A'":lnt and! Col. Culbnath.Mr. NEAR ATLANTIC AND GULF RAILROAD DEPOT,

'Gulf the of the The bonds etc., of )Ir Jo-eph Keen i [ Avant has been of
atilt. City" same settlement were one our most successful 1"'llcl n \e mot l"1.etuil
at the mouth of the Little M&uatec, presented aud approved ; and license,grant : vegetable growers', and for the last S-1 ,T ANN I' G .L- \ '
rd to )lr. Keen establish DEALER IX .L ., .
and that is to be the name of the Post Office to a ferry ou tho several has kept our maiket well!
which is wanted there.+ From a few families Alafia river at the Tam-ia aud J.'t. Mead years supplied. MANUFACTURERS: OF
a year or so.ago, .this settlement has grown road crossing. License for ferries across.the 1 He has: also engaged somewhat extensively Assorted Merchandise.ll'onur .

within the 'past year to A

enable it to have a school and other AlI\"a.n.l G. Leslie and John Carney-conditioned up- this: quite profitable. His orange: tree* are TAMPA FLA. y

tag* of civilization. The: majority of the on their filing bonds etc. The tariff of charges also quite thrifty notwithstanding+ hi- l place is -" 3
t recent settlers are tre believe'', from Massa. for aid ferries to be same as now in use .... ,
.. situated on.low, or flat !laud.
tJ.a.; : chosetts. at Leslie's Ferry," The report of MessrsPrinjjle !. Makes a New Departure AXD ,
l el a/, special commissioner, to establish Col. Culbreath's place is no doubt the hot I IWITH ,. ,
"+0i TEua1Urmc: CoioiUjricATiox Tam road from oC Leslie's Ferry" southeastward to be found on the western, or old Tampa ,xr

s,,> t andTort Meade Telegraph>; line went intooperation was received. AI:50'survey aud shore of the Gadsden's: peninsula: having on I f

last Wednesday afternoon. diagram of said Dad. Bills and accounts, it some fine shell hammock land. He has PANS :

GREETUIOC.The Mayor sent the 'following as follows, were presented approved and been very successful in making sugar and Xew Store antI Xew Goods.

message to the Mayors of Key West, warrants issued therefor fur j OF ALL SIZES, AND SOLD AT LOWEST MARKET PRICES WARRANTEDFOR
a of and ha besides
syrup years ; : ,
"- 'Tallahassee and Pensacola Bill of D. I. Craft.. Sheriff expense* Ct. Ct. $44,90
;r.Jackaoav: e, ; : I5ODY)) that due their in Tam
N N "' Trading ONE YEAR.
';: i'I ",Taoipa sends.>r greeting.0' E. A. Clarke, Com J3i1n.d ors Co.Prisoner.TreoH. 32.51 31.52 a fine young orange grove almost in .E\'JHY] i inyit,,+t to fall{ and 1-e iiuprivixith l the

._..', ...ittl. ,.... | '''. Y *!- T.-. E. JAOCXOK.. Mayor. fa J. J. E. J.'riel"lOn! pay on Co. Cora. 15.20 bearing. The Col. is one of those staunch undeniable fact, that for the FallOtl Winter bu+iuu i- -ALSO-
:,' The: fbHowiag 1rl/'reOeivEti, ;Thunday: '" Wm. 1L Henderwn, T7 18,00U gentleman" of the old school with all of the .....',1 have! the 1II.t eoin Iete: dIt'IIJ't..t and !10ttltk ,*,:t
r t,.". 'i' i"V To T. E. Jackson"Mayor, ;"Key >Vest re- u" 4| M N" >-Q g OQ retiring modesty which characterizesthe :-; ofiiiMid)* applicable to the ants of the JM.Ole. I Iron Fronts for Stores and Dwellings, ,
tarsi "1 W. W. Wall), u" "<< .. 1400| always |1,1 whkli I j I.rtllll"to otter at !chub priees :IIi willjjive
greeting. |"" J. 8. Taylor 10,00 old South, Carolina gentleman.Rcturuiu" t entire sari.+faition to all who mfr favor nm
Jl : BETHEL, Mayor. 44 ". E. H St1S rlCinla. u N N N 15.20 with their jiatronnpe. My, Stock in. IJand carefully BRACKETS VERANDAHS
lti m. C.:Brown. Clerk x'1,8,; 4 ; to the shores of the HilNborcugli .. Kt-UfUil l, c-oiifisUiiK of alnnift anything anti [
JUST FSOM THEFloor atiri.9.Ptiri .' w .. N N the fj ivertiling u-ually fount! in first clan well
? Ct. Court 39,00a bay we rapidly I pass by places j a npiilated Iron
ttutkWABBANTED! ,. NOT J.:a Taylor, pay M Co. Com. 1878 6,00 DIr Kmmerts and Holdeu the ]' More, lord 1 !,,rOI'Ooicto J girt such iiati>faclion in Railing for Garden or Cemetery Lots. .,
Capt. though
,row.war: ;! at W. G. FERRIS" Iiuonmce premlam on Court Home 1-,,OO { ) i, my dealing" as will I inwt lath favor anion g dIe buy-I r .
latter has a fine place which he is rentals iulproriug f I ing ominiimity. I>>4't\ IIt'lO lllte to nsk if there.i.i+; i|
BCBST.OC'r-We learn that last: Saturday recommended On motion Master for the J. R. McMuJlcn vras and come on to that of Mr. *.\. J. ;, think anything: elsO you ould like to look at when you t'I Orders l for Bra r. s and I Iron Casting Promptly 1 Attended l l to
night'.weekMr. Eeahen WUsoa living in theFt vacant scholarship at |: vim base done trwlinjr with n\l'. Si-lfini |
_, the Gaines"illocallem,'. Bullock. )[r. Bullock's: place haudsouiely J ,pMnN. is my bii-iiU'sM :In.1 l in nuking sales 1 know i '
..Dadeiectioa of Hernando co, had nearly HAVE ALSO FOR SALE : ,
that xhu iug them 'u of bu.ine.. .1 1
in/tructed +
The Chairman )
all of the booses on his premises destroyed teas, and authorized located! ou the bay shore on nu elevated l pine part my _.--

br $ra.' It if thought to have been the work to insure the Court..Uou c t<> amount of ridge, nUll bis lauds are well adapted l to the If You don't sec what you want ask for.it, I MCCARTHY COTTON GINS
$3,000, also to sign i as Chairman certain: s I I
otaalnceBdiaiy, as a strange track was dbcovefed minutes etc., left unsigned by die late Chair- growth of the orange, a young grove of which; I i and it will l ere hhown with pleasure anti with no illfl.'t'hng ,
'a ; next morning and a pi&tol tree fired he has if d I. AXD AGENTS FOR ,
man. (coining on. Being; the book-keeper of you i not jnirclia-H. tu:+1a}". I "trot mv
off at eo great:distance: during the"conflagration. i ]>atn>ii< to fft-1 that it.= a pl<'a.>ure t") tr.Io! ut mv.
K. C. Bisowx Clk. Bd. one of our oldest merchants in town, )Ic. B.
Portable &
.. a'Jfe! do cot know the amount of tlie} loss, : 'UrR. Eclipse i Stationary Steam Engines '

bat ati P p eel it. to_have.been quite serious. IEir Mr. R. Mugge-a first class jeweller" has not paid that attention to improving hislace \ Terms Cash. L
.r II --can be found at- his residence, where he p which it merits, though he hupcs 1 to do} I II And Shivos Governor:
..u ,. UoK teas ooftftutlj) on hand,all that Hi .. ll1t'.1 Company. ,
B&I : will do good honest work iu his line on the so at au early day j ;;he-t market: j-riees paid f r Conntry I'ro<
and will fill order I '
wasted in the Millinerline
is i ( ''lIIe and ( CALL OR HEXDS YOUR ORDERS. *
promptly. Adi.i< most reasonable terms. June 26th, tf. I I Leaving the last place and coming this .1 tKt.'JO-tf. C,.L. 'I: Tampa; May 12, 77. lyr

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[Continued) from first page.] NEW GOODS MILLER &: HENDERON'S COLUMN. W. W. WALL ft co's COLUMN. _MISCELLANEOUS.'Think .- .1 ..**.f.n.nO';; M1t e twaK.'

77.:'Are the beads and offal of these fish John Miller.. | W. B. Henderson W. W. WALL & Co. of your Head in the Horning/ THEMORNIJSAVA1
t. -, utilized,'or are they wasted ..

) 78. Are the refuse fish captured (when Barber Saloon
Ik fishing for mullet) utilized for oil or fish guano -4; .: : ,: MILLER & HENDERSON > .
: i7S
Y or are they wasted? 53
79. What is the quantity of refuse & .
fish captured daily? If any,,give probable E. A. 'CLA.R.HiE9: Wholesale &: IfceAail Wholesale and Retail and DRESSING; in the LATEST STYLE. I ? :

quantity. and names.of same*? \ would renjiec fulljr solicit a nhare. of the public pat :.' ., '.
< 80. Are there manufactories of'oil, guano, ronagc. CJIAS. .. BROWS.Tampa --.>; wS!,

e isinglass, or caviar in your neighborhood ? ,-March 23. 6m.* S: -''' -' <&$&

81. Is the roe of the mullet prepared for DEALER IN DEALERS IN '." :' .." :::'
: .
exportation, and to what places, and iu what DEALERS IN 2 ";t3 .
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quantity, and what price is realized for same? ... : :
'82. Are auy mullet captured outside of a I Assorted Merchandise, KEY VEST MARBLE WORKS _. __NO.riliT ;: i
f. .
... -
W > line three miles from shore? ,* '- (
Assorted Merchandise T. OWEN :MEMEIIY: l> prietor.Cor v
83. Do the'citizens of any other country .. .. ... -
capture mullet or other fish on our coasts inside Receiving, ForwardingAND Sim & Greentstreets.Wu. ;\ ) BoyUMWiaa. .r...... '

of a line three miles from shore ? the action of owe : y
DRY GOODS C. Itnowx, Jon'{ R. SWING LET. our yerterday J:
Y-- 34. foreigners engage in fishing inside of Street &e ti
Corner of If arthingfon&Marion tens i attracted doiert nuttwdyejenofg -,
a line three miles from shore, what i is their
Brown & Swingley e- ',Th. -
and interfered with .
nationality, are they ever "
by our citizens or authorities? TAMPA, FLA.., one aide of hlIz nose and thenhe :. :

:r= ,. 85. Are there any other varietia of market- I Commission ISfercliants, took a -handkerchief o. .
able fisK caught in quantity in your neigh- : KEEPS Groceries &Provisions, :LAND AGENTS, [t and wiped' the :ri ( hind, : : .),r .

: borhood ; if so, what are they, where are they LINES TAMPA FLA. -
ana ddibeiatdy putt 4out : ;#..,: -
told, and what is the market price of same ? Dzulv,1 T '
)- ',, Name address and occupation of observer; TA31PA, FLORIDA, G.m aaothErllnd, .....pen the_ =,

date of statement. -0- 3 mo-.Thet'tiaa'pletued the boy '*<>*i
have been DRY GOODS Hats And give special attention to all bu.iivew Tri- reekJy, *A*
The preceding questions prepared Caps, WILL 6 be iratched fevcry, i l
in their hand in the line of
the \ buying m
to facilitate investigation of the natureal it
history and economic value-6f the mullet, WANTS OF and 1'KEEMITIONS: ( makiu r entries of Weekl1. y ttick of ; -tnwu. '

and reliable data are solicited from all possessing Ladies Gentlemen and ChM' Hats TUISIiEt.'TLOSASI: > THOSE WHO FAVOR US STATE: LANDS: Ac., ..tl'. in Hill-borough and the -> gum: ......... "

1 information ; and for the benefit of the WITH T1IEIK TRADE AND CONFIDENCE. Boots DUd adjoining l'ountiel! Special reference glen when 3 month-.......:........ 00
state I hope-that numerous persons! will re- For the information( all we enumerate a few o' Shoes, required. 40( -tf. Specimen copies tierr#free on receipt i of 5 cntcfc
article Money can toe sent by Pout Office Order
the we keepConstantly ,
__ epOnd.: C. J. KENWORTHY Boots, Shoes & Hosiery C. E. PARCELL Registered' Letter,or Express at our ri k. .
wr Jacksonville April 29 1878.
,, :Hand J. II. ESTILL,
0_ ._. ___ __.. Savannah, Ga. .

BUSINESS.. CARDS. Gentlemen's' doing and Underwear, For Sale, and we offer them and all other in out Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods Architect & Contractor. THE SUN AND PRESS ,
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at figures Much Good can be. old in
I : X. A. !tOO DUI, J- n. Mm'1ILtI. thi. place. InIIIY 'nLli"ht'll at Jacksonville every' morning except

IIANDKERCIIEIFS RIBBONS, LACES, Plans arid Specifications Mondur.. at .

Rogers & Mitchell : 88.00 PEn YEAH !
GOODS I Hardware( Tin l & Crockerywarp ,

: We have a good! Line of !
: Furnished for Buildings Tie Srs AXD: Pness i is the only morning j aj!)>erHil
H GJ-HOCERS | >lhed! in "Florida, and 1 the only one 11'n.li1D t
(Vm-irtinj* in part of CALICOES' GINGHAMS, Ladies Dress Goods and Fancy Calicoes yotioim and Stationery, \-Il..i3t\fII'r.. l ..*. ii-patchf It contain all
AND RECEIVERS;: OFkr } : the State and city new, the world' markets ort-
P.EUKGKS; : EIKil\UH.: ; :: CHECKS, DENIMS:: DOMESTIC(500DS l I.olh of Northern and South 13 th Public and [Private, td by telegraph, a variety: of interesting selected rej article a
DUILI.S.) SIIIUTJNGS.:: ; !'\tIJ'ETIiHTmpJ'Io: :: ( : :,
ern Manufacture. hl Western Produce. JI U'hOItl E.tiOsx.1R1RSJIANS.: ; : :: COTTON-:: Furniture, Oils & Paints, Umbrellas & Parasols way jut. such a paper a* the i eople of Florida eTery...ant. i
.1I)1,11IS11: DKESS: ; & PANTS:: LINENS::: COLLARS A Full Line of HOSIERY, Estimates furnished when desired. .. .
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{.. ;;.... FLOUR SPKCIAL-TY. I'ex1): :: SI1XIL) TIIUKADS )'1:0EE:: :\, :: *
NOTIONS in this* 1 Department of almost every Sui>erinUnilinK! construction of DuildinR a lit a large thirty-twit column l>:Jr J neatly printed j.
DLES. RIRl1), in variety, JET SE1TS, IIEAUS Variety, Hollowware and Willowware, SPKCIALTY. and 'filled with interesting reading matter" It itS by

!::I 81 Po Bras St NEW ORLEANS. and! TANS.:: June 16, 3m. far the cheapest newspaper. published in the _State #"'
Onlv. $2.00 per \.t'ur."t1r *
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Jeans Cassimeres & Cottonafles for Men's *
Tampa, April- -20-,' .-'S.-t Letter, Note e, Bill and Cap Paver wear Saddlery and Farming Implements BENNER & PINKNEY, THE SU'N AND PllESS: :Jacksnyille COMPANY Florida., -

DAv WILSON:: From which the most tiilious. always find something .

Of Tallaha Fla., Copy Dk=, :Spelling Hook.; I'ocket and Meiuoranduin to i>leiM.Of SHIPPING AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS s THE SUN.

lkols,1'tns: ) and Ink
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WITH Sporting and fin/liny Tackle,
eadyJCadc Clothing, 1873. NEW YORK. 1878. .

i H. MYEES & BRO. Toilet -Appliances &c., For Icn'.. wear, we offer gixnl range of Style,
ity and price, and we make it a point to have them) SUN would l remind iu -
Stoves Stoneware&c. ,: and
Such Conilm Extract: Powder and Cooking &c.
Is Per-
a* Sap, Consignment! of Cotton Solicited.
'. tit the !taste of the
WHOLESALE DEALERS INT'obaeeoS- fiinu'ry, &e. Iaireltaser-and to complete the wt'Uwi..ht'1'"t'tywhere, that it i i..* again a candidatefor
: suit, we o irHats their attshdrratiun'inn! t>up;>ort. Upon iu nee
CEi1' Refers to )I Ir>1. W. W.Wall&Co.,of Tampa ord ft... the jKixt ten years it relies for a continuanceof

TAMPA, FLA., the hearty 'IIII.tihy and jyneroiw coopeJ'1tiI.'uwhidl .
\ Cutlery &c., of'the Latest t Style 1 Florida Land have hitherto l IIl'l'n extended to it from every
Cigars & Liquors. quarter of 'he r 11 it-n.
]Including Pocket and Tahlc Knivc and Fork, Ita- The Daily Suit i i..* a four l'IIgE'-I'lleet of 28 column

SavannaliGeo.; zor, Shear, Sciuor ..ec.Etirdwase AndBoots A LLOF TIm AIUVE LINKS OF GOODS; ANDEmigration *, price l Iy mail "J. cants: a month, or $G.oO
.I\ are kept hand per rear.The ie
constantly on and! fur sale at
i Order !elicited. Promptly Filled and tA ifactioo'qAUARAKTEED. IIollo'\v'\vure the lnwvt I living Pricvx, for Sunday edition of Tile Srr ian fight
Cm : nnd Shoos= Agency.No. j 1almsbtt'tofolico.hnnin.: Whi'e! giving tht lit'cU; '
-r- of the day, it al-o contains n l.irgv :'11.olmt..r literary

E. O. CWYNN Nail,{"nl'kt'n'"c..1, and Tin..Wan'.t'haina Ac.. That coml'ined the desirable quality of comfort and and mi-Hvllaneoii natter t>|nviaUr. pn-pared} for .
of all description! ( to suit this marketA durability-anil al.o the more dt>iral>Ie one of hiding \- it. TiiESrxnvvSfx'IA*. III.'i:b great uncctx.

the deformities of an ugly food and ulakiug! Cash or Country Produce. 19 University Place 1'.t 1p.lid $1.h ."l'ar. '
A Ll.Gtiollee s .: hand-xune foot lotik more lHantiful ottill. t The Weekly Sun. I
FULL I.IX1OF: Who d-n-K. not know THE WKrtJLY: l"x. It circulate -
thntnghont tlie: Unked States, the Canad.it
Attend personally to all alen. Conignmentn no- OUR STOCK OF HARDWARE &c., We will pay the highest Market Price for New York.Corre.pomUiuv and U-yond. :Ninety: thou-and 1 famili: ,tart its
tidied and watUfaction gttarantectl. Prompt return i wt-lcome p.K'-< wtvlklr" and ri,:sal it in lIe ligl.t;:: ...fC

br* maiL Groceries Provisions ( niprii'C everything! in! that line from a Xee.lle to a i iidc., couii-el'or. aim friind.! Its news, oli'ori.i!, i.
Office-Front Street.JTC. <.iriniL.tine.VeofTcr '\, asjricttlmr.d, are! H\rlr iVparlnun) !*' inil.f it i.M.iitialy .- s

I \ excellent I5KHKliitod with prti: i.*. owning; j a j|-.::riial ior the> lauiily ami( the Hn-i.lc.!
NJRAuctioneer I I of IScdttead: TahUVi.li :StudlChair drhreb.e! l.ln.ll.: l M-ll. ".i;-:lmlt.: Term: <)iu' )1It1at. a ymr. lssst |>nid. Tlii*,
k CORN, FLOUR. Gltl1:" MEAL, KICK: P.ACON -, '" _.- ._ .. __ -- -- i print, 'lrt.1li> <'..n-itlrtd: m-ikt it the t-htnjn}
CANNED:: :: : ) FKU1TS VEGETABLES.}-:: Ac.: J InGroceries& 111II->: ,
new-piiH.r, puMl-hetl. t..r c'tiofUn.! \\ill, $>IO.
JELLIES.:: PICKLES: m'TTEH.l'IIEt'J-: : ,August Peterson, j ..;t.-", we will -...11,1,i an extra taps fn't..1.Ir,.,... I If.
DINES: CRVCKE11S.: )n' 1'\tw and SPICES. Provisions CKDAK, 4, PUii.ISUiU: : u"THE: :-t'-; N\w York City
NOTARY PUBLIC, CUSTOM HOUSE (ii E\VINCTOIl,1(4OSNIJFI'nnl: :: :: CIGARS) ...ti Practical Painter ; f .
IS. i various qualities| anti l>rand PIl'ES: and TUIt.1C- \\'e alvravi" keep) full Stock, n* this. i is our PK'l'-:( ( OUANUK.S: : r
CO F.OXES: and ah
'BROKER In our !Stock will also always !I.c found a good\ :i.-- I TOULTlh'SUGAR ; .t i T7 T> ES(! I.KAVE: to inform the eiti/.en! of Tampa I
All of ,,!ti..JIIIt. "i..he* to sell at the LOW ESILIVlN : ; ofTinware J J-J andiciniivthat 1 liti i N mv 1'n.'l'an..II": l ito! .1
J-t'. e'J i 1 :: < PRIcEs: fur ortiiieiit ; PAINTIXU I:: ; in all its bRinche,-H"II", :Sijriu Carriage I 1

a' ANDCom'issioii > ; iiinl. Ornamenta! l'aintinbraining: und ]I I fri

Wood and Crockeryware, '''|'erllaiigtug; having; )'rlt"tit1..1 the trade for

r- Mercha-nt, CASH or A roved COUNTRY PRODUCE. With Bake Oven, Rake Pans, Puts, llcalini and SYRUP, \ to twtnty execute years! all in hi-Kiinijie:Hark with:and America.utatmln.l Ii.aeciiracy.N. cne'n."e*.

L KEY WEST FLA. Cooking keep SlovenWe all kind of Stationery in common use, II. (irainiiiir. :--i itn and Orn.imental) l'aintin.11;
th' &e. (V eri.ilty. 1Irk-hop! in Miasmic r.niKliiitr.Tauip.i .
nI-M. Si-hool ikoksand! Blank 1'ss.ks. slo !
c..ing thankful for he "endeavor to merit
Personal attentiob past
to ale )
f for Ample room future, favor* by keeping up a FULL; STOCK of Wo are in communication with the lx-.t dealer. }iVc. !I.i. '7i. lyr.Ho t .
storage. North and South and art ..II.l .hurt ----, o' ---- --- -- f-
REFEltF"C -5-WaU.'o. Co., A. F. A C. Tift. all such Good Ill are in demand in this market,, |J'n.l'lr supply at -I t
1 welling them a-*. LOW a. he can afford them, and notice, all kind of good, in any quantity that may (':ill in mil examine: our StK'k In-fore pnn'ha-il' !For TampaBay.i!
paying ..Irkt attention to his Lui-ineiw an.llh waistsof IK tI..irt..t.In l. .
t1 'W..1t1-cAJsti hiscwtuuters. Ibisoldtu l -touicrsanti the public arranging; our hii-ine r. we have not forgottenthat elewliere.Nothins II

: generally, are invited to call an.l.txunine. hi.INNs the ph\>i'i:1II"'W4.1'* of inanMiiiirtiine yesIuire- I Grove Hotel I
before l'urdm'IlIj; { flsewhere. refno.hutemit-to meet this want we have 1 provided a I Orange
K' .A-TLctioneer Saloon on the river, known as. Charged for showing g onr Goods. (

. L Air--Charge Made for barring Good*. rllio "T O TJ A' :T* :13," i TAMPA: FLORIDA.2 f' AND H/T/LAWiJGR.-''- (ltalityofINNltand! Pricen iuarnnteeil.W. : I I I

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Which is furni-hetl l with a Ittr.r the l>ext n. 1.. r/j.v/ co., J''oJII'idm'lI.I'I' --. ft' -.':
Commision Merchant W. WALL; A ('0. 7\
IS liocn thoroughly; rt'notade.ludl i is now (>|icnforthcre '-ri
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT Liquors and Cigars, Tunpa.Larch: :2 187t I J\- i ,vpioii: ni" lItti"'rll"i.i.itors.All / :'
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who s..j'turned here 1 i>t winter-eredelighted. I I '
DEALER IX \LUY.whl'f'C t r
.:. i;j, 77, 79, SI an.l l M: PKTKUS STREET: (tale: NewLerte leisure' can enjoy itxelf in the it likesiiuul Notice to Shippers Thi liH-:>lity i i. pirtirnlirly'ri'c Ship Chandlery, Groceries, lrorilon, where allant.. will; he way Mirt I bur !luvai! U. ;
promptly' MipplkdI .1I I
; Crockery, Gla** Tin anil Jlarilirttre, ,) near Poydras. New Orl ;Ul04. I that Priiu-c of ISar-Kevi. .-<, N" pains will lt p.irvd. to inike: tne-ts; fit I at :-'.
Faint, Oil, Fttrnltnre, Stationery, f-r, IIOIIIL.ill.I l t old Diu Lti.it. ",.:.; "

.J: KEY BEST, IFTj A -15)For F..r"i.t Col.I'm V W."o. T. HASKINS, -Tampa- )Ha.] Nov., 17th lIi:: ;'. Cm $" "

( F k Ih 1 d TAMPA HOTEL"iicl t :
o1ner ant its s. r 1i ;f'

f ,.: Cabin Me*& Ship Store* wipplid at short the sale of northern and western iroince, 1 To meet the Tran-iportatioii demand t.f our IrIII..1 t ___, 1'1
have aSchouuvrcalltd the (iJ:(}. It'. ., ; ., 1
Notice we f, r
_ !:: 5 I.E.ICEDTIIEL.IRE.1ND'OM-; : !}: :: ( : .
.\ --- -- that nin regularly nAVN. WAUKIIOl'SK: : at the food> of rl':11)1l)11, :I!"lo n.I ,
i-a; JTL A (iOOtl SlTl'LY OK TIIK >1ll.Ij(>\\IU AKTK'I.IX I

f : JlLWAYa IIAMi: Between this Point and NEW ORLEANS,
M I iranhiiif/toii Street,
iii;; HOUSE: !IIAVINC( loon til I andrcfnniisheil
'! PORK And arc in close connection with the, steamers 1 JVIfy T t'nlar"l
BACON, LAUD i is now ready fur the rcceptio on ,
( City and Kmitlr, and with extcniveWharves We arc now l prepared to receive and )put in store all (iUt.-t...

article of iiirehandi.- .hil'l..1| l to our tare.We Ky ,

FLOUR, CORN, OATS, \\ and( Warehouses(' Location High, Dry andPleasant. !:


i. BRAN, HAY, CORN MEAL[ We arc enaMcd 1 to offer to patrons the best facilitiesat TaMes (supplied with the Ins-t.

the .smallest eipcn-c.} We t-hall: continue to fur ff'
1 tables in connection with the House.
POTATO; ;; ONIONS nishCODaiST will also Keep on hand a large :Stock of r
Tampa, Man 2d, ly
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Semi-AVeeldy DRIED FRUIT, Ete.Canli AT FKEK5IIT .1NDC1)MM1SSlONS-that( i.*- '

.\ACTUAL COST-to the full extent we can CORN, 1lur .fl1 Ill AVeissbrodd\ ) ( ( '| r
i raise the mean to pay, the Produce market lninjjl I Miller & Henderson Side Agent Tampa, 2
j TO -( )- I >:i<<-.l iij>oii at'tuall'a..h. iWe i Fla.-
either Luc or restiveOn : HAY, S1)1)111.: : I IIt MarchiTS -t
j jHarrness
Ail vancetl l min all Cmisignmcnt*.(X PerUhahle..)
,CEDAR KEYS .AND TAMPA, O o ali!! ie tttneut, 1 Maker, Upholsterer &c. BUTTS .

P Order Icjwtfully Solirlttd and filled atlmrft TAMPA, FL.\. DID Ho.12 M.Eighth 8t* .
All the product of the Country for which we can i -
:-' '- VIA MANATEE AND EGJIOXT. market Jiricrt. I! End a market, here or elsewhere POTATOES, Can l hc found at the corner of Miller & lender- Who.. .._.. ted piMn mialim, .St.-- tile Louis-........Mo..-the >, J: ..
tv We thank friend for their and I .n.* Store, ready to do all kinds of work in. -.I '*'*--.tbu& P71aa .
a our Patronage __ J'
faith W
sn- &boa ell ..
I a,1oac & """
his line. Repairing Ham, Saddle Ac. .
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that mutual intctesli tie of au..n-I pnr1Iaa
true .xw
feeling a germ OATS vrn% pUBi
June 10th. 7& tf. :
BY STEAMER Tampa, trade, we have thought it right: to yield a good. part I ded to lr Saoldles lie keep on hand 1"I The PHYSIOLOGY OK MARRlAQr' M
Bruniick of our profit ) the ClnttulUl'r-\\'ho bears* ad the Leather: ISridle. BUS-TV llarne, SaddleBag Theo PRIVATE MKOICALAOVI8CR ,
.. Henry burden. Our Clerk arc attentive and w.. invite all SALT, *Stirrup, Sin ingles I Girth &\'. .. i..n..*.

T. COCH13,1i1' who have to buy, to call and look at our Stock, and SSSftfeSS55S W S5.
J.K, we promise that we will elite fully show you our RICE, iUiiI\e;wlda..u._ ........__
w : M (;oudt and not take the least oiivou if you should 1.A.III. _
RAYMOND, t8TEE. '. ..E..dart..trsr............ _,.'"TM ...,..,..
l happen not to buy our whole Stock on your first Containing IGO acre of good pine land with 800 -u.WQ.' "__
.e.r, .Sat Ie __...... ... .... _
visit.Iles'. orange trees-:I'OO of which are now bearing for '_IM _r. .......
Lean Tam foi Cedar Kerr Le might be misunderstood in we will 110:111&1 greatly reduced rates, by I : 1trrmwarrLc.tuwN.
TUESDAY we consequence $Sxt0, ), or the same place with 160 acre additional "3 :" 1M Y.ar
Arrive it Ccdat Kerr on WEDNESDAY.Leare of our fair way of .speaking a* to term., we Wholesale. for frlO.UOO.\ This platy in located in the ClearWater dte, nu L_ '
Cedar Her WEDNESDAY for Tampa, Boot and Shoe Maker otter our customers. w"e MV once for all, that wean section, 2 mile from Hay View on Old Tampa r--81 I.uo SJri ...DINGLE ('
Arrive at Tamp(.n THURSDAY.: buy only for Cash or equivalent*, we expect LIBERAL ADVANCES made on all Consignment and 41 mile from Clear Water bluff It i i.* elevated lasr.wt.i..t1a.i.a Uuttcto. airs. 1s......1. y( i-f
Lan DAY for Cedar Keys HEREBY: notified the public that he keep on 'entrusted to our care. and healthy. For particular apply at this ..(.......ttr.q.r.I..p.ILIFE 1 '.
Cedar aiwortment of excellent leather and
Arrive at Keys on SATURDAY.Ix Cash ..nice. -I.-tf. ------ t:
r re Cedar Key on SATURDAY for lamps, M prepared to do substantial and neat work at fair or Equivalents, Respectfully, t....;;.pr laib rBarham' --7. i4..

Arrive at Tampa on SUNDAY. price W. W. WALL & tX). trust Infallible
Jackson a Corner Tampa, Fla. When we tell our Ood Credit being the ground Tampa, March 2d I, 187B ly PRESCRIPTION FREE I
For Freight or Passage (baring excellent "m of IIIGIIPRICES: ) For the ipeetly'l-ure of fx-uiiiial Weakunw.Ixnt PILE CURE.
July lyr. ----- ---- -- Manhood ana all dliHinlen brnatht on b'lod,.,-
accommodations) apply to tho Captain. onboard <.. t I Now i id the time to advertise in crvtloa or rxrrm., Any Drug I.1 baa the lorr YosaeAtlsnd by the
a. *Ielllnr.d.yMrl dlrou. A44m< Dr.W. J VO19 ..
or to' rpfl....MI-.... 'VE SELL For C1 N SK. W.M Main .&rHa. ClMlmmaU. O. tekuin Cm Ct,Svkaa.X.C.
OPIUM CC br bMk.. A*$. + .._.n..._ .....,.
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B. B.'THOMAS, Agent, Tampa. Oflmm x.ul.dw K Ul..(.G U ram W.C B..B....dr..*. Tampa,.Mon-h :'I'' !*;'?. 1 Iy I THE TRIBUNE.] I..ir Suls.cril.e for THeTRIRUX- *. .ta w,.......LM.. vkMr w...a.._We i.u..rr... ,..tw
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