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Tri-Weekly Florida Uni In ing t turning over the road last week Windsor park to-day to witness the review FOR NEW YORK. FOR
lori*a Uni to the o Receiver; J. C. Ureeley, Esq. of tl* troops of the Ashantee expedition. Via Steamship from > J LAWS OF THE STATE OF
This is done order of Judge Archibald Gener l Sir Garnet Woolsley was in com- Savannah and Charleston. A |'o i t s
TUESDAY, MARCH 31, 1874. of the Fourth dicial Circuit. The in- mand. ',The review took place in the press. SEVENTH SESSION 0F TH]
k junction and orde'rare published in the ence of ihe Queen, Prince of Wales. Duke of Steamers City Point and Dictator 11 TURE,
"W0 ree I Cambridge and Prince Arthur. The weather LEAVE JACKSONVILLE EVERY THE ,-....... (BEGINNING JANUARY 6,
HC. F. MAWBEY CO., Proprietors. Sentiel. All we neha, say is twats fine. TUESDAY AND FRIDAY, e : .i: .: Held nner the Reyied Co
Holland, Esq., who has en in possession onCnecting with Steamships I at Savannah and First-Glass York Built Steamers oft e State ofrlor
.for sometime surrendered possession to The bark Alsen from Rotterdam, reports Staterooms can be engaged In advance, and DICTA T DR CHAPTERl987.-[No.
*> N. K. SAWYER, Editor. Mr.Greeley. This loolk as if the railroad that in latitude two, three degrees and twen- Through Tickets obtained on application, by let- U I A I, Voge[$ AN ACT to Provide a GeneraLaw
A. E. SAWYER, Business Manager, muddle will eventually get settled. The ty.nine minutes, longitude five, three degrees ter or In person from CITY POINT, pt. F1tzgerald.p o s an
A.EA Y~ fsns aae.IJAMES P. CHASE, (onwd)
order covers the road from Lake City to and fifteen minutes, fell in with the bark Au- Ticket Agent, Steamers City Point & Dictator. \ after intersected 6y any new
the Apal chicola and the branches there- gusta, from Liverpool to Savannah, in a sink- Office at .. ES JewelrStore, unite wth the owners of suc
W7 W donot eadanonmou letersand ,6_1.0Bay street, sign Golden Alligator,
ia" We do oot read anonymous letters and of. ng condition. She took off the captain and i36-1160 Jacksonville, Fla. -"=-:- road forming such intersection
communications. the name and address of the : -- section, and grant the fact
writer are In all cases indispensable, as a guaran- The Sentinel gires the history of the crew and brought them to this port. The ppo
tyofgoodtalth., matter: captain states that they encountered a vio- BALTIMORE AND CHARLESTON aid, an the twountrpfrat
We cannot undertake to return or preserve :We -give below/Ile writ of injunction lent gale on the fifth of March, lasting two tobe made therefore, all the
communieationa that are not used. against D. P. HolJtnd, and order on the days, during which they sprung a leak. Steamship CO,'s Steamers M the of sh cr taing
*\ ^same to deliver urf possession of that por- When he left the vessel she had ten feet of the missioner te
A MATTER OF B*UtodSS. tion of the J., P. f M. R. R. west of Lake water in her hold, and the crew were worn SAIL EVERY SATURDAY- .idein ths appointedby eh
The election next Saturday should b1 City, Agtanted byvl B. Archibald, Judge out. V
of the Fourth Judicial Circuit, on Tuesday the th lu the Charleston and Florida steamers C in real estate ando com
considered in the light of a bus',mess; las..* It will be recollected that upon p- f FROM BOTH POINTS. f ter t styo shall have obtained the 1lghto
transaction, It is business; it is not pol- tition of the Trustees of the Internal Imr- I NG Dis-t.AlES, Lev Charleston er Thursday, Saturday and Tuesday. Arrive aReJatksonvile every Saturday constructed its road at the
-i ic bu a,, ,Hai m a te _f d olTrI t r m n F ui an ord r wa gra te by "L M onday and Thursday. Returning willl leave Jacks nvllle every Frida y, Sunday and T mw da y', Fernan- te s cion-., !; befo the app i ca
4tics, but a plain matter of dollars',* -ASprov-emOnt Fund an order was -ranted by Flton ... t Harria dina, same day, arrivigtg at Savannah and CharlestWednesday and oeierrday. tnte
p ,. t h iS the same courtin 1872, making Jonathan SIIIXT, March ............ The steamers will only remain at Palatka long enough to land freight and passenftt.?! appointment ot commission
cents-of selecting the agents whlf,-'.( C Greelev, of Jacksonville, receiver for The South Carolina Tax-payers' Delegation Sea Gulf ................Capt. Sutton. Schedule for J aeksonville., made shall be retired to alti
handle your money and expend it for the, the entire lit of road from Jacksonville to-day visited Vice-President Wilson, the P, C. R HL g DICTATOR ITr POINT t o the an onvey
next twelve months. If Messrs. Also'p 4 )o Chattahoochee. The jurisdiction of Cabinet officers, Senators Morton Carpenter, ARRIVE. LEAVE. ARRIVE. PITt.
Clark, or Eppinger, Russell & Co., or Mr. the court over that portion of the road and other distinguished Republicans. They Union Wharf. Saturday, March 28 ............. Sunday, March 29 Monday, March 30.:..... ....Tuesday, March 31 p etver
Fairchild, or Mr. Moody, or any Other outside the'limits of the Fourth Circuit, t t w e received Thursday, April 2 .............. Friday, April 3 Saturday, April, 4 ..........Sunday. April 5 the power or fore of steam or
"a o r o or tewas disputed : and under an order of report they were everywhere received ... Monday, /6 ............ Tuesday, 7 Thursday, 9... ......... Friday, 10 by any mechanical power an
lumberman or business man in the city Judge White, ," the Second Judicial Cir- with marked consideration and expressions Philadelphia and Charlesto Thursday,td 16 ............ Friday, 17 Saturday 1813 compensation |herefor and io
wants i bookkeeper, or a cashier, or a cuit, F. B. Papy was appointed receiver of cordial sympathy. Their memorial will Monday, 20 .............. Tuesday, 21 Thursday, 23............Friday, 24 business incident to ratlroad
man to build a mill, before they ask about for that portion of the road west of Lake probably be presented to Congress !o mor- S.T8. C0.S STEAMERS aurday, 30 ........... SFriuday, I Monday, 7 ........... say, M I business. y
the politics of the applicant they will scru- piysess obse ty the road Mwahstak* row. p Passengers from St. Augustine and at Way Landings on the St. Johnswil beobligedto take the lentuidnwha r
oeo The House, aftebt-e usual inux of bills for ASIILAND, -. -, CAPT. IUNTEt, Steamers on up trip, as they return the same evening No extra charge for "Through Passengers." ind hieyot
done, and inqua e into his integrity tbnd It is nee held by the Judge of the Fourth reference, took up the bill to provide for the A- : STOP AT ALL LANDINGS ON THE ST. JOHN'S RIVER,
honor and business habits. Politics, m a Circuit' that the, order of Judge White government taking possession of and maintain (l,10.1 b,>l.N capacity.) PALATKA, freight business.
: ,case like this, must be SubordinatedAto making Mr. "Papy receiver was illegal, ing the Ohio and Portland Canal and keeping MAGWNOLIA, 9th. To regulate the time
hil,r -ni-oroaL A ma m, h .iand tra Mr. Greeley is and has keen the it open at one-third of the present tolls. The EQUAT(,ro, CAPT. HINCKLEY, TOCOI, in which passengers and pro
higher interests A man may be a good onlyi.properly appointed receiver of the bill was discussed up to the hour of adjourn- MIBERNIA, be transported, and the con
,Republican, or Democrat, or Conservative, roak a will be voty. GRnEN COVE !prinags be paid therefore i
but not a good candidate for Mayor un- ( Wednesday, Mr. Greeley came up onmdt anor wl be voted on to-morrowtal JACKSONVILLE, FERNANDNA, -10th. To borrow such sim
e ou ... c th OA-ad and notified the railroad officers Commodore Porter is more comfortable, A money at Such rates of interest
er our peculiar circumstances, He may te .. of the cor aR hgent, but his friends have little hope. Taking Passengers WITHOUT CHANGE Oftermsassu
know ow " maage caucs, tot" -t f/tl~ orar ofthe ourt nd hs clms bt hisfrieds hve lttletope.yor.EastBay ad vadRenange
..know how to-maa.e a caucus, aut npt receiver, Copies of the injunction and Attorney General Williams was before the of directors shall authorize or
the finances of the city.- He may have o er were also served upon the county Committee on Appropriations explaining a WANTED. A V A N N A n H A I L S T O N, and may demLnecessaryAorex
lots of friends in the streets, but at thi d~cers and council for Mr. Holland by about the .:,-,-i deficiency for United ttXon n rgd to E SO E eocte or or ioreasi
o.. i.. Siriaft Dnkp*htwplp h ttn ii-ci 0 Iiu information In regard to HAZEL SNOWDEN,/ And Connecting there otae orbl focs
smtihbeadetttoftencsay eriff 'Durkee ; but whether the action ,AdCnetng thr
same tIme be as destitute of the necessary Seri .. .... States Courts. who left Howard county, Md., in October, 1846
.... tn make nn the court will make any immediate was last heard from in Florida In 1848 working in With the New York Steamers and northernn rains quire, nd any railroad or rail
Ability to make a successful 3[adi", "ro Ia.SNT;Peiiaybsns.Rpr
aat to mak a in the status of affairs connected SanATE;-Preliminary business. Report asPlease address 1 wor rcno
.' "RASIN SNOWDEN, Connection is also made at Savannah wt h tuto ysi'opn o
knowledgeof the prospective and present itltlte railroad we are unable to say. wit with'bill for redemption and reissue of U. S. 1 Balimorn, a t v wrth th owin by suc h

wants of a growing city as an inditn; notes, and free banking was resumed, and by GEORGIA CENTRAL RAILROAD i b Of di rsll d
Chief on the Plains of Utah, So a mank LThe Associated Press Dispatches published In a vote twenty eight yeas, to twenty three CA R D. For P Nts (via I Augustor and
ni-dmv want one of the city offices despe-4 this paper, are furnished to us by the managers nays, struck out second section of finance bill I desire to notify our former friends, patrons For Points North (via Augusta) and West. 4, ent, and such company make
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~and the public generally, that I shall continue the LaeSvna al :5I :0P ,in nsc rs edo
tel ay boe deeplytin ovewithesl o steamers, Dictator and City Point, who pro- as reported by committee, which provided businessonfmym late ndandeceasedwl Leave Savannah Daily S:45 A. X. t. te ra
ty video them at great expense In order to conduce for redemption of legal tenders in gold coin, ED the usual MORNIhNG TRAIN FROM SAVANNAH r tfw ,depo rou
ary attached, and yet this peculiar t o i the comfort of the numerous patrons of those
not a qualification that comes home to steamers In Florlda.--EDITo. or interest bearing bonds on January first Fine Assortnent of Millinery, Dress Connects with all Rail Routes and Bay Line of Steamers. privilege franchises, immi
s p 1876. An amendment offered by Scott, for and Fancy Goods Ua i n g C a r c t o olleng es
tle voter witltot question or scrp- redemption of legal tender in ten year inter, of the latest styles and patterns, would respectful- 1 S
Wempatte o ut cuitye leso s an sho ld eeidef BTE GR Pest bearing bonds, after January first, 1877, ly solicit a continuance of your patronage. Atahdt '3..M, unn hog oR
It BY Te my ear~nestsand ct desir, wit Attached to 730 P. M., running through to Richmond Daily. b my or and canaw
o f business and should, be ely. BY TELEGRAPH was rejected, as also another by Mr. Freling- the assistance of any mnnertsrt hen i
on buseness rincpnte sa T Th a o huyson, providing for accumulation of coin yISS SNOW THROUGH TICKETS sold to above points on board of Seamers
.. sai .c~ay or 1c husnsroiigfrhcuuaioafci
Some ready reckoner o the infintesia To Th Florida U i the Treasury, and for sale of fifty millions and other competent assistants to TATOR a d ITY POT belong to itas security for
c0Insideration, that enters into the subject t dollars worth often year bonds, to raise suf- Sustain the -well-known Reputation .T debts, or sums of money as m
of the Same. Anme fteCocs tt om r eevdo h e
of a nomination, "we must divide thi- A number of the Choicest State ooms are reserved on the New York Steamers, for passengers hy ed by such trust deed ora
offices w h c pep. We MASSACHUSETTS SENATORSHIP cient coin to redeem lea tenders. No 0.L. KEENE. these vessels; and Sections and Berths In the PULLMAN CARS can be secured on timely application coin shao rthik proe a
oces w .he loredpeople...Well other vote was taken to clay. Executive ses. 1t2-15. tothePurser. t E sal ny proper ai
what of that ? We~want this done, but sion adjourned. Dissolution of Partnership. (o) .
then we Want the section made fro AFFAIRS AT SS EHANNA, PA HE FIRM existing under the name of Seeley TH VISITOR TO FLORD structedor i court of c
..... JT&HCo., Ishereby dissolved by mutual consent.
the best.element to befound in the color MIDNIGHT DISPATCHES. The businesswill becarried on byC.O.Lvivng- Whether Pleasure-seeker or Invalid, on returning home, is not likely
,,ed population, as well as the best men tC THE ENGAGEMENT AT BILBOA ston and all accounts will be attended to by him. the advantages offered by the Steamers DICTATOR and CITY POINT being familiar to allwho have or by virtue of any trust d
Mr. Livingston will endeavor to merit the past spent any time on the ST. JOHN'S RIVER.
':-bL found in the white. We don't wan J_ BAYONXE, March 30. patronage given this arm. The above vessels take the traveler from the very door of his ho
-- i .. News from 7ilhrog t he rlist C. 0. LIVINGSTON, and anxiety of mind incident upon ordinary departures. The Porters take charge oraMs baggage, party or parties acquring
eto employ 'a wrong master that can' 141-143 F. SEELEY. giving checks for the same, whilst an attentive Stewardess at once sees that the ladlesand Children such, and their associates,
frmatternoramanto addup acol ANS O DR. LIVINGSTONE channels is that fighting was resumed on Sat- are made comfortable. On board are found ean, comfortable Staor acquire t
iirialtenri. mnt d pacl t polite and attentive staployees.
umn of figures that has never'learned vet urday morning and lasted allday. The Re. L. B. KNIGHT & CO., Te Saloons and State-Rooms of the DICTATOR and CIT POINT are Large andwed Vent.ed, shall exercise and enjoy thi
\.u oguest a n r lr ne TAX-PAYERS'T~ei' T T DELEGA TIOv pulians a ttacked but ~nme mnro impression which the passenger will appreciate as the warm season approaches whilstwthe roomy well-shased will a....hat as t wmenp-
a figure, because we n do better IfAX-PAY S DELEGATION publicans attacked but made no impression decks afford a pleasnt Promenade. same hts, privileges, giants
: 'th on r" ts' For Hunting parties and others returning home, encumbered withthe numerons traps and Sou- immunities and advantages l
n men wilt *spire to, public offices let them o -- onte Carhs'hne.meetng with repulse at CIGARS AND IOBACCO veuirs of their Florida trip. &c., this is the Only Comfortable Route. *: trust deed enumerated aud
S'fit themseplves to perform the duiities 'be- ONGRE O PROsEEDINGS every point. Their loss is estimated at 4,000 The DICTATOR and CITY POINT, on their way to SAVANNAH and CHARLESTON, skM th eaIs
it ti e opero the duties be- I O ESSIONAL POCEDINGS land of Gorga, the trip being a most enjoyable one throughout. The Sea at ths season of the year which belonged t and were
kl aongng wounded, wle that o the Car- resembling a lake, In smoothness, all are enabled. to enjoy the agriale socl.?y or their llow pas- the company making such de
log n o thereto, Wo ex e am 4 Pipes nd Snuff, sengers, and to do justice to the dellcacle(- provided by t he Steward.
^.;{^t Umall 66 tVi& it lH "ATTE'MPT TO BUTRN A MANs ALIVE lrt^i nor exee 1,00 /. At SAVANNAH and CHARLESTON passenger-, are landed In close proxlmliy tu the NE-W .YORK ffrEA- gage or contracting such del
q-?a Inw a.*.m, At. ATT 51i P TO atN A .M NA.IV YoR5, Ma, March 30. E ERS, and Conveyancesare wattingto carry them to the various Railroads and Hotels. the same relate o, appertain
,-4. Wl__ ''ISE .. El|Ift1--JAjlj~n,&M t R[IKE. ries In i~ewaric has ... nq m.etq ienL ...'T AV L R E~ .. ....j''t:n eg'te Y( :=-2VfVN ,O N. ~:vydteefvetoesi otgg~ eciefWo
Tble A r". the workmen to carry their polnt I'- num- N ER CHA BEING
,adomisirbw AFTERNOON DISPATCHES. ber of the strikers made application for work HIGHEST Price paid for HIDES SKINS AND. F M EALS AND STAT E R andenpecteas h ulori oand a
fad tent oat M d give them hce -t6 ;. again, but few of them were taken back. "FO MEALS AND STA -a
position.,, ; LoxDo. March 30 BAYONNK, March 30. twl30-3m ,. ers, shareholders and agents er-(mo
I f rtlle\ wras 'imIchI Patriotism ti, 4 ^Wosyaes a~e ^t Th'e Carlisfc Junta here has received Ois- Announcement. i n 1*-*pn ihto ol aed
1 ,! / P eneral Woolsey gets a bar eey a#1 the rhog -Ticketstemehe
a e'o shothd e, or 4 clear w per.eptin w. patches from Durango claiming that the'Roy- I offer myself to the citizens of Jackson- Sold on ketrd to the Nor ; soass
fha f" te p"ivate intet of e General Serrano's loses before Bilboa alists maintain all their positions near Bilboa, ville as an Independent Candidate for the rSld Rby the Purser; .
'er ~~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ w Col.oneterlmst, a and that they have cut the telegraph wires Byic ALL theeto STAMHI LINES and RAILROADiR(
and every ci. as,,there might le, PA were office of Collector tf Taxes for the ensuingor organize anew hy AAlin.
'o candidate now before the ubl killed. General Prim.and R.... behind Marsna-s army. I y T EAMESTwice aveefr S A At T O association and electing direct
> w o u ld sa y ] t u s h a v e a n e w c a u c u s a n tally w o u n d ed ; G en era l to m e s, erely P R V IEE R -. a- ch 3 0 tf J ack so n v ille 1 11^ B y D I Y T A N rm SA V A N N A a n C I A R B S O d i s pose of st ck a n m'y c or" ^
-^anew ticket ^at will bc satisfactory tj woun~tedi : ] The Atlantic Delaine Company has been I^T TByD I RISfomAV NHanCALBT .g,8 0 pdl,

h all:ad weBwH abde tlhereut Ti ins sr hv aieda u ^ "P 1Al10 H TS The Pursers on the DICTATOR and CITY POINT are authorized to sell Through Tickets by all these hirasscate Su h al Pthaereupo
:he best thg lo b, don no.lin ededo frnedsetr.-T i es at Lower rates than by any other route, and will make SPECIAL RATES for PARTIES. hi soitssaltecp
rwh es .Bcas~f te riabi eo ^mn^ EdOtdg: MaiYh30,Y ^ A. '. The Generatl P assenger Agent5 offlle Ere Mrs I- ITSTED, portion with all the powers,-
"Tpptri rJ esttewil tak a f n \ O e th usandmoretroop fro Pha~ l. Rw road "ys "11 t e pasenge andfreiSavannahRO MS aondh Charlestonamerc and SEeT ONScadrBE THSroothePhllmnbOasappolyingranc isesoodlseasoy.n.
: ::^:ff ,. .,,,, .a, S ::: 1 :: -Has reoee in Baldw>n's Block SE-. 11.-------- .^.. -- An nflod cans
(Roomr ^ *,-, 16 Upstairs,) By Stree. FURTHER" -- IN'R[T]N HWL sJEEAUNS HEME BY THE AGETS O th prprtralo eroa

"," .", ^ '^E^S^ .- C..,: ... -eeting-- at^^ ei, *i- monad.fn p-o-a "" ihs, munte o riie
^^ilhe tagehr t ou- !"Kt .h ,-n, il ,1.5,'Ti ctri her, hv. ,ert,dTfc~ i ~bb~i,.to^Gf wltat Ban.6 8,d :EFRY, CROtHER ,Aam SOB .F.,noration or company, thes?1'.
....;.",! '^ ; T"r P""Tv~ r"^ "M PACETTI, "Bt r:h*" St-"01 A"*"*'" -___ad1 : gsti *- w
The~~~~~ goo ci.~ it hi ac ... .. .hs ga he. lawfully eexecuAtntedte, oth mnay, by the~i F R NE Y R -- -- crddshil e y uh ecr
/ way -h cn:ldl .~ .c l>< ma 9..3, ruVie P~rtersidnt ave m, ans voed a- srou ailtiewds-fallin breth e r Gulf patSelEtates Agnnn d T D X ^I JI- a^T oa1P 0'o l
....nwil eror -than,, ancse for n ,u~ co ressions. vTe Miitar illennebroseter,soutneas t wind s, owuth erly windsr ~ ^ T AM R H N S IL E CO el M se.mrtae~
g ~ ,iaponn m .nraer o eeie pnt rtc od fAs tuhe, oatAlanti Stteslouyetheafote andT A E O r OM a F icohM se odd a


ror the Incor-
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tions connot
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ed by com.- '
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et to acquir-
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of way and
point of in-,
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ers may be
er the grade
road. ',
persons or
or canal by
r animals, or
idto receive
) do all the
l and canal
3 all convex-
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and manner i
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pensatlion to
I or salims of
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unities, ma-
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or canals in
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III hereafter
any bonds,
ay be secure,
mortgage as
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roads, canal
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thereon, the
title under
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guard of his fi.llow citiz s, and the, se- t4 C'omi,.,,y intend trains of all kinds shall middle and eastern Sltes, risisg -barometer, WILLIAM ASTOR fqIew York; W. STOKES'BOYD, SAILING frioma SAVANNAH every alternate WEDNESDA, Secretary of State for thatpurpo
~Philadelphia; ;Exf.Ov. A. G. CURTIN, Bellefonte, gc 119 enyit 1alod S,
c city in. aed prosperi of his legiti- state. ,a stationary temperatur, webrjy wilds. and Pa. LIwis H. RONERR, Philadelphia; HEN2RYr
stiesaebi-TUCKER,Boston, MIass. 1om40-179.rhl 54, .' an o eitngo e!efe
e Jusin p. -- ** : 13,, ,. M Tne strikers are being paid off generally clear wether, the_r willprob. 1uc-17, B Cnd er e asti s otate m
-:; We eak titus [lain this morning, inst 11lsua s which are admitted inside ably fall at Nashville, ('incinnal i,*Qgsvitle EW 0TAVUS COHEN &Co., Agents, SAVANNAH, GA.S T REthepo ao sof'thisa exten
,- '^ one "rle~ae no- be thnfes Of the military to receive their pay, and Leavenworth. *EW DRUG STORE. ,,
,. L- ite no be'okq / FOR NEW YORK.rodrcalfesanpitn
.Weatse onepubl c ane at of before a"i tretn escorted beyond the line, when = ... O its charter or ofasoc
",. th e p hlb lic is v irtu a lly t of th e co nte~s t. a r, the -e .. -- -
-Te present Uayor has at been-restored, TIME TABLE MtURRAY'S LINE OF, STEAMSHIPS a ud n rdo
'.'.t hs'l pstin f(tieroftcJpa.a'engei\ trainn$ wlll be moved in about ... QP19N '4 U NIGHT. ,- ,.o ons;aisln fra

/:13 & M. Rafiro -ad, a'p"oi tht il re th 14iy ise undf-ri,,rotection;thMl ""v / S teams p e,- Oat Daron nyucbnhradrcnl
t" t., York and Chlarleston Steamships ,,teamship Virgo, makingany surnor
ita. No, a empt has yet been made to re- -apt, ulkleV r anyo r canal
the ic ld s arcfrom the OR CAC[ .. L, 1874.DRU8 AND 4,ICINES at New York Iprip/ Will sail from Savannah every alternate Wednesday, S rd

or_ .I Up ot er l siotjg ,plpcn.e w-Champion..... ... March 7 .........8 ::P.. u ytsu ION S r compounded. C ommencing March 11, TE 1874.TIO
'M .ne,. andO orie enlreee iher tiilpacsw ih ~ ',m. eh 0. Sot h M anhattan .... 14 ........ 9 "r~ly. cmone.C m ecn ac 1 84 0 etrd ntercre t r
114. nt ask or expect) ane re-ected pevareoau.emthe.rd in thee Chu,.che in this Georgia .... 18 ......... 6 r B. 'TREET, Agents at New York. AnsSavannah. tensiouorbra ithemanner
Champion. ......... 8 U4etreobf 13AIdWin'gBlock.
Thi also. take;iwav what is city and Brooklyun yvtedav, and made their Soth Carolin ... 25. 8 edin section one of this act, a.
4 ,'W? to be theI ling cvuse for prayer offeringi in t111 pr .-nce of large con- 9a. 8 ........ 3 For New York
-ejl.thler cuscaudidA bcin in Ihe gregation,,I lcd Bookly n tree rmites have Georgia '... A. il 1 6 EMPIRE AAVAI41'KTW Aofthe Secretary ,f State, and
bi inte g eain. I iri ...,.... ....A 1 ....... 6r g 'SA'ii e I E F O a e ob eode1 apo ie
fil(Iay a',re to be ^tel e er lhe bee laid out forlhe spoeeM l ,*k ,,f visiting Champion ......... ,'ugs 4n1 Medicines. EXPI.R L.7 F OA.M
r .efteayo be el th'erhe ba i Out f South Carolina.... 8 ......... 9 The Splendid $idewheel Steasi section, and treafter such ra
,ae Manor. o 1 canal compaIf shalt s have the
ha no objection to going uto caucus, ksed rubber, la,. 1 ,.ie,,,,,d a house t .r ia .... 1 ......... 6 N e Coods SAN JACINTO .- .. Captain Hazard.
reet b ayor. It thiss th' h cznS -ln oue G e Man hattan ....... ALVADOR - - - a
--Ptm ak bothxt nso the wh p anicii en T
both~~~~ ~~~ ~~~~ th 18 ....... 8 THE 0ST R ,mNeiro.bac b aea fi
.aiad submit his clait-- to.a of Pen j!wel,'v manufarui.r\', *South Carolina_... 22.........9 SIIN EVE SATU9BAY haa b)ee
'_ to.a roi al.m "" M anhatta 25; .... ... I ,,R B A LA R LS S Makin clos co n cto ch rt re Savannah wi h t e se me s D C A O
aa .. /This whole matter \ in l|andls of th^ hiu11o thefl~r ^, bound and gagged Georgia "'";'" 29 "'" .... COR. BAY A So LAURA STS, Making close connection at Savannah with the steamers DICTATOR, CITY POINT ai LIZZIE S : 13. T I
those who are pro'reaUvf li hin, and bai he would not give them-the G r i....., .... .. ,-- BAKER. Passengers will have no detention In Savannah. ,\ .... .
: who have nrone, 'gr 1'k'e'o W e, L wh41 h he did u-t have / Pure and Fresh ^ugs and Medicines Berths and State-rooms can be secured by letter addressed to theagents In Savannah. 'orr
who, have pr pet ooe heg c, I. f- I. T, TEha d.
7rudent, J.e lA v he (lid uiTH aTEPAhn All through tickets mut-b e exchanged at the agents office In Savannah, wher berths whl bas- heq dn ast
"'oh ... .. .ty.- t Y l6X'l,. hiii I-edding 4.'ltrated wvithSsind
Through arekets governed b PbMt Ph yosrd Asteimer DartforyCTtyoPo ttcaudsLcazle aerandnaboodsaeemersemanerantybythe-
yhr din-in Q11e',- 4,itg on fl,, Tl aand e s uec,~. fo~e' Ull 1 nt ttr peares' Ptl hours or at the Railroad Ticket Offieein Jacksonv1ile.
precedin }mu nuicillt~.ot C" ii$b 'n" 110 ..' a d - Wf o p the D .ot' Night.l~r .,r. ,.ig $rbdi hsat
s6r..uhpto a moIei s a *heDD, -iffht. W. R. GARRISON, WILDER & Co. W. CUMMINGS
for them o ul'*"'in YORK, Aarh, -ONNECT WITH Ods froo e Aget, New York., Agts. San Jacinto. Agents San Sal'c t F a;n
for=, the -t detn Iera ite rtBcmn 4' filled with ceal care and
rd rom April4th for the next year. igheavier watlr from m thet'st New'York Steamsh! p. -S C R E V EN HO US ; .......
--------------."the lh than lie ever e-onee bfr:, '.J' :' A. L'ENGLE, SA A N H GRom isines fa pisl y h
8AOHEr K~. ;- *- o.^.,:' SVANNAH, GORIA, r :: e )Cort or th Jde heef0f
A NOT11ER 8JRKi da ~. ring hs ralfing.. /.: Col.. BI~ nd Laura Sts., *...'"- SNe S awhhte iestedsibl
petition is situated. 8uch petition
Mst people" have witnessed ti -" .1 Ti.e eep;Tile tO .enry R,.ochfot and Pas- K to "he ,o ....
innfiite Variety of slianes wih- thi s *- 'T. hal Groagfb had escaped from penal elony .. *. -. : A. G. CttAPPELL, Is pleasantly located on Congress Street fronting On Johnson Square, ana Is notsurpassedasa Some other auth'drized officer of th
ca jn iOn -g vs oh bein pabky. Itmutso tiia ecrp
it cat, include o : t ew Ci 6 0 A T 1U I L D E R In all of its departments, by any HotelIn the Southern Statn
TheJP', & ;."l i~r~d-,f7 ''g" lla~ i, |Diapatlcal' from Melbourne, .\hitri:,. of to- -n mr i -
undergone a, V& an- ci ... .. ;... la- *, 1i,,ool ,,,r ,.nvctst JACKSOia*s FLORIDA. Travelers patronizing It may rely on everything possible being done toisureteomfor that th company is duly iorp
ust. ewrri, aar,, changes witn the 1*e frr;vedtat New Sastle. \ P c VACHT$, YAWLS, N iq-$, and all o oher small Particular attention Is givento the letters and telegrams, askingthat rooms be reserved; and and thald it is te intention of tht
past few .Ob"Ot, buict 30. ral. _44sons JAS.wldesiring also to securing sections in Sleeping Cars and State-roos n e s a
pa-bl Of a^lh!alid n.o ~i c- L I ,,SO March 31.) j t bawl in tt ljr, idantage to give me a Inigcomplete. -'A,.. .,. -.,.

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any point'
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the office
case thc_
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Corwr of Ping an~d Forsyth Streets, Jacksontilk,

Deposits of ANY AMOUNT received. ,
" Interest paid, or compounded, la January and
July of each year, at such rate, not exceeding
seven per cent. per .annum, as the profits of the
company will allow.
A speciality made of allowing interest from date
of each deposit on sums of $50 and upward, at the
rate of four per cent. per annum.
-The company will, as a rule, pay deposits on
demand, yet It reserves the right to require soxty
days' notice of Intention to withdraw deposits.
Deposits received from Individuals, Firms, So-
cieties, Banks, Bankers, and Corporations, subject
to check at sight, and Interest a&owed.
Deposits can be sent by Express or Bank
Draft or Postal Money Order.
Bank open daily from. 9 A. M. to S P. M, and
Saturday evenings from 6 to 8 o'clock, for de-
posRS only.
tw156 J. W. SWAIM, Cashier.


aldo MOULDJINGS of all ktnds, and- -"'

-A R I *': .r.r q '", 'L*t.- \

*rbi-'s Lum=er YarA.




Benedict & Co0,







3IN THE98TATE. }*: ;:

I take pleasure In Informing the public that I have Just retu ned ofrom the Nonrh, and having I.p
hand now the largest variety of goods ever pressured In This city. ; ,
My goods are bought forCASH, which enables m/e to seU at figutes wh Ich :
Will Suit Every Purcha,-. .
I offer New, Stylish and Desirable Goods, and am prepared for WHOLESALE TRADE, can ior
nish everything In the line. My prices are as low as j '
DRES9'GOODS in al1 styles and qualities. -
CALICOES, bleached and unbleached COTTON. .
SILK PARASOLS, also English Cambric PARASOLS.
CORSETS, you buy for 75 cents, one worth $1.25.
MATTING AND OILCLOTH, fbeaper than elsewhere. "' / .. .
5- 600 dozen Ladles, Misses and Children's HOSE, from 15 3cs to $i.
Philadelphia Boots and Shoes, Ladies 1iies and Chiildreun;
A M O ; .. : .
Gentlemen and Boys' Hand-made Boots dd Shoes, ver" cheap.
Clothing and Furnishing Goods for Genti Youths and Boys..

Purchasers will convince themselves by calling and ex'a*ilnele doaid and prices. A full assort-'
meat always on hand. "
Goods advertised are In the Establishment not on the paper. 3nln6t y,:,nrseif and vis t hbe" '
PBRY GOODS EMpOItln o. .. m.

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7 A.M. 3030,10 69 Calm 00 Fair.
3 PM. 30!80.06 8M 9 00 Fair.
9 P.m 130 30:081 701E S E Clear.

Stationers, booksellers ant News b" ers

The atest Novels, Papersand MagazineS

(Established in 186M.) i

Boots, Shoes,- Hides |A~nd+ Leather^, ;
Constantly on hand 7** i
Solt;.Agents In Jacksonville for Stud-Oell Brothers' New .York Chlldren'sg Shoes',ia-s several oIther or
-he best makes In the country. A full line of Philadelphia hand-madle gods on haud, ulso
"BOOTS" In great variety. '. ; /
G Goods sent by Mail and Express to Ai parts, of te 'Stae

Cash a 04 for HIDES, DEER SKINS and other SKINS in any quantity.




Duncan S Sherman. Drexel & Co-
And most of the prominent Banks In the United
".. .' '.^ Utates.

TOURIST8 cordially invited to call and register

Reading Booms Attached.
NEWSPAPEW from all prominent'clties, North
and West, on file.,
LETTERS received and forwarded. l-156e10-23



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Tri-Weokly Florida Unions

Tuesda&y March 31- 1874.

,' If any, f our subscribersfail to receive
heir paper, will they please be kind enough to
inform us of the fact immediately.

One rear n advance, .. ................... $4.50
Six M months .................................. 2.50
Three Months ............................ ... 1.50
Issd every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday
One Year, in advance,....................... $2.50
S& r Months ............................. ..... 1.50
2T ree, M months ...................... ..... ... 1.00
issued every Thursday. noon.

Palme~tto Haf8t. W
Ladies desiring Palmetto Hats to take
bome to friends, will do+well to leave their
orders at bnce with Mrs. Hasted, Baldwin's
Block, up stairs,

Interesting Lecture.
Hon. Isaac Stone, late American Consul at
-Singapore, will deliver a lecture in the Ocean
Street Presbyteriane Church, this Tuesday
evening, at half past seven o'clock.' Admis-
sion twenty-five cents.

'Southern Life Insurance Company.
A. 0. Wright, General Ageht Life In'sur-
ance Company, office at News office. Com-
munications. addressed to him through P. 0.
Lock Box 50, will be promptly attended to.
Applications for Insurance solicited.

St. rohn~s Railroad.



Bay Street, Jacksonville, Fla.




for the purpose of arresting the drain of
money from the Southern States, and invest-
ing it at home; and that its marked success
has not only proved that the South has in-
telligence, knowledge and character sufficient
for the proper conduct of such business; but
has also given increased confidence in the se-
curity and stability of investments male at
home, of the earnings and accumulations of
our people;
That, tried by the standard upon which
the official reports of all the companies in the
United States are based, its ratio of assets to
liabilities,which is the true test of the strength
and security of life insurance companies, it
compares most favorably with the oldest and
most stable companies in the country;
That it has now secured a solid money ba-
sis, ample capital and large accumulation of
assets, safely, judiciously and profitably in-
vested; is managed with judgment and econ-
omy, divides large' annual dividends among
its policy-holders; and is rapidly extending
its operations and widely diffusing its benefits.
Desiring to distribute its funds in such
manner as will be most conducive to the wel-
fare of the communities from which they are
drawn, the Company has adopted the policy
of investing in each locality a certain propor-
tion of the premiums there collected, such in-
vestments being made under the supervision
of local Trustees.
To give assurance to this community of
the sincerity of this purpose, and to assist in
carrying it out judiciously, the Company,
through General A. H. Colquitt, Vice-Presi-
dent of the Atlanta Department, has appoint
ad a Board of Trustees for the policy-holders
in the State of Florida.
The Executive committee drawn from this
Board, will, under a legal contract already
executed, conduct the business of the Compa-
ny in this District, advising the nature and
amount of investments to be made from the,
reserve fund here and adjusting all losses
that may be payable at this point-advanta-
ges that will commenal themselves to every
policy-holder. Similar Boards have been
established in nearly all of the commercial
centres of the Southern States, and the Com-
pany has thus gained the active co-operation
of many of the most prominent and influen-
tial citizens over a wide area. The desire is
general to build aad.stport an institution of
undoubted stxeg having as its principal
object the reteniioa .of capital at home. In
this manner, too, te Company constantly
invites inspection o4 its management and fur-
nishes additional security to the policy-hold.
The Southern Life stands upon its own
merit's, and repudiates any intention of ag-
gressive movements against the business or
character of other companies.
The undersigned, being the Executive
Committee appointed by the Board of Trus-
tees, from the statements and official reports
submitted to us, think that the Company fur-
nishes all the necessary elements of strength,
stability and character, and of purpose and
object, to, commend it to the confidence of
the community, and the support of our citi-
zens; and~in view of the great and manifest
importance of retaining capital at home, we
,urge upon our fellow-citizens a "creful ex-
amination of the claims of this Company.
The officers and agents of the Jacksonville
Branch will furnish all information desired,
and receive applications for insurance in this
E. W. DENNY, Vice-President.
HENRY A. L'ENGLE, Secretary.
FLEMING & DANIEL, Attorneys.
M. BAKER, Executive Committee.

Cost of the City Goverument.
To the Editor of the Union : / i
SIR : Look at this and look at that :
Present cost of Cost at which
ecitygovernm't. It could be run
Mayor...... .......... 800600
Marshal........ ........ 800 9600
Market Clerk ........... 600 _.
OMee boy ..........- -_"-- -_-
Detective...... .. .. 7. 1)
Treas-u rer.... .. ;,)) *00
Clerk ........ ... ....... 600 .250
City Physician. .... 350 100
Collector ........ ....... 1000 :500
'Assessor ................ 500 250
Eight policemen........ 4800 3000
11lU2t :$5,500
Amount saved ...... $5,624

A Card.
,7y the Editor o" the 7 m7on :
SIn ; Allow me to state through tlhe col-
umns of your paper that I am not a candi-
'date for Alderman on the People's," or any
other ticket, but having been nominated for
City Clerk by one of the Regular Republi-
can Conventions, I shall accept the same if
the vox popull, so orders on Saturday next.
Respectfully, JOSEPH E. LEE.
S Jacksonville, March 30, 1874.

A Card.
To tlte Edtor, of the Union: ,+
: ,, SIR: lynw in the last issue of the UNIo.,
my name Upon a ticelt* for Mayor. I have
to say I do not asp)ire for suich honor, and my
name was used without any authority from
e me. Ilam no candidate and desire no office
in this city, but~always abide by the'nomina-
tions of the Republican party. Yours,

e Pure Wines and Liquors
d Now landing and in store., .port, Sherry
- Malaga and Catawba wines,; Otard, Dupuy
& & Co., Cognac; Foreign and domestic Ale
and Porter, specialty: our choice Whiskey
d warranted ten years old.
n Hotels, Druggist, Grocers, and private or
1- ders solicited.

t Wine Merchants,
n Union Block, Bay street Jacksonville.
r- tri-w-142-144.
lr T H. and H. Welskopf.
W Importers and dealers in Paints! Oils
Wit Glass! Putty I Varnishes Brushes and Ker
u- osene LampsI with many other article
?d generally kept in Paint stores.

with the bereaved widow who, stricken with
sorrow, mourns her irreparable loss, and ten-
der our unavailing sympathytrusting that the
Great Comforter will be a very present help
in her tiAe of trouble.
Resoled, That a copy of these resolutions
be published in the Tallahassee Sentinel,
Jacksonville UNION, and that a copy be fur-
nished Mrs. 0. B. Hit. *

Sad ^eelaent.
We regret to learn that Capt. George
Holmes was drowned a few days since while
crossing Lake Monroe, on the -Upper St.
Johns. The particulars of the accident have
not yet transpired.
Captain Holmes was a nativeof Maine, but
came to Florida in boyhood, joining here' ias
older brother, Mr. T. 0. Holmes, of this cityI
He volunteered in Livingstone's company
during the Mexican war, and was promoted,!
to the captaincy of the company step by step,
was awarded a sabre for gallant conduct, and :
made Military Governor of Xalappa, which
post he held until, he' war closed. He wasi
then appointed Lieitenant of U. S. Marines !
by President Polk, having been mustered outl
of service as Captain of Volunteers.
In that capacity he attended Commodore
Perry to Japan, 'having served oa long
cruises, on the South American Statfte, sad
in the Mediterranean.,, On the break g act
of the late civil war he resigned his commal-
sion in the United States service, and was
made a captain in the Confederate States navy
and commanded a battery at Drury's Rluff
on the James river, near Richmond.' Since
the war he has-resided in California and
Louisville, Ky., and but recently returned
,to Florida, where meeting his old friend and!
comrade in the United States Marine Corps,
Mr. Boyd, the companion of Mr. Astor, wasi
employed by those gentlemen to take charge
of their purchase on the St. John's, and was
in the performance-of tIat duty.when he met
with his sad and sudddn end. Capt. Holmes
was of a noble spirit; generous and unselfish
in nature; true in hjs -friendships and of
unswerving integrity. His loss is felt by his
numerous friends.
That Sacred Log.

BI L 8 T :
. U M
,f ,. PS, H I
...'P S. M.
... R K.
A week a, g we called attention to a relict
of the past, which for the want of. a better
name we called The Sacred Log," locating
-the same in St. James' Park. We have had
all sorts of curious questions propounded
since then in regard tothis curiosity and as
.to its location. We thought there could be
no mistake on the latter point for the desclip-
tion was as-clear as mud, and th#4velict visi-
ble to all with eyes to se.e, We do not al-
lfde to this again for the puriio-3e of entering
into a further elucidation of the puzzle, but
only to say that a public meeting will be
held at early candle light ting this evening,
oa the lower verandah of the St. James Ho-
tel, to take measures for securing this great
curiosity, and of placing it where it canre-
ceive the attention, and have thatcareful and
learned investigation liik.] its importancee
demands ,
WP, are authorized to-announ:e that Lhe
Iundre' _aaii -.' i&mdJ j r.l" the Mayor.
ality of tlINTit T 4, attendamiir ann of-
ferr such suggestions as may occur to them.
The various candidates for the office of Mar-
,shal willkeep order. All the 'earnedcgentle-

men of the city, including the distinguished
strangers fiQrm abroad now temporarily here
have been invited to attend this important
meeting. It has been determined also, that
all the preliminary steps to be taken for-the
removal of this treasure shall be in the eve-
ning, and during the increase of the moon.
Mr. Lemuel Cockloft,.of Coekloft Hall, will
grace the meeting with his attendance, hav-
ing with him th sacred black letter vol-
umes of the great Linkum Fidelias Library,
hoping'that some clew ,to the origin and his-
)"tory of this puzzling dlict of the past may
lbe found in their, dusty pages.
It is toped that no ignorant and presum-
) tUous Blotton will mar the general interest of
t the occasion with any 1low and. vulgar sugges-
Stions of th~e or~igin'(of' t1h>h great, mystery.
Music by the Band..* .'. :

s :Southern' Llre l uril'.a'ue Company.
S By resolution of tlhe ]Board of'Trustees, th(
following address is issued :
"J.\,_','.>VILi.ii, FL\., March 30, 1874.

Y To the.. Citizens of Jacksonville and Florida
A The proposition, that it is important to the
W people of the Southern States, impoverished
e as they have been by the war, to retain, al
n the money which it is possible to invest safe
ly and profitable among themselves, is toc
s self-evident to need argument.
t- It has been stated in ah carefully prepared
n official report, "that the money taken front
the South since the war, for fife insurance
amounts to the enormous &nhi of sixty mil
d. lions of dollars;" and it is alto estimated
P. that not less than from nix millions to eighl
ie millions annually are sent from the Southerr
of Slates for the same purRpse;o ijM :--
The desirableness of, retaining 'this enor
r" mous sum at home to b,,wvested among ou
id own people bas-. long attractedthe attention
d. of the thoughtful. Such a yearly accessio
t to-the capital of the Soith would give a he,
impetus to her prosperitr.-every department
of of industry would feel its quickening inflt
n- ences, and every community be benefitte
thereby. While these are)atent truths, heo
ever, it is equally clear ift a Southern con
or pany must base its claims--not upon the ser
timeut of'sectioa alone-(though that ma
hnpstlv be appealed to, bWher thing. being
er equal)-but upon lha plain business print
)v- pies of security to polihc-holders combine
!e with economy of management.'
In selecting ii company in which to iusu'
an- the majority of men ore influenced more b
the cu fenee they feel in the integrity an
to ability of the officers am) acnts, and the r
,is- liance liey place up eir statements, th(
re, by co, clusion- dert.e. from the exercise
so- their own judgment.
-]_ The Southern Life Insurance Company, 0
ganized- in 1866, claims that it, is entitled
B. the patronnge and. Support of the people
3aas the South; "
ief That it is organized upon the sound ai
nm well recognized principles regulating ti
business of life insurance ;
rn- That having been inaugurated just atter t
.or close of the war, and.having had to conteE
nd with almost universal distrust in the stabili
ied of Soutbern institutions, it has stood the te
(o- of the first.'ears of struggle, through m.e
ion than the customary disadvantages, and li
rd come out strengthened by its trials :;
That it was the first. Life Insurance C0
ize" pany organized in the South after the Wi

Highest temperature 84, Lowest temperature
30 for the past twenty-four hours.
The amount of rainfall Is given by Inches and


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IN Goods sent by Mall or Express to all parts of thestaie. :" ;v

'HUSSEY,,,& HOWELT.: ? .:
Fuller's. Brick Block,
twl12tft Bay Street, near Laura, Jacksonville, Fla.
i I i I|oIn


139-tf. /


The accoaw- o( inerchaatl8tsni; business men
part leular"Wicited. -*
IntereWtW lng Certifdates of 6eposlt lt"u A
on application. I
Exehang* bought and sold.
Lease negotiated. twlS-29^
Brush's Lumber Yard.
Builders Wi1 find a FULL and COMPLETE AS-
8ORTM ENT or both dressed and undressed








































Attention Gentlemen. "
To see the latest style of spring cassimeres;
o to the Trade Palace. A grand selection
f pant patterns, coatings, &c. Fail not to
all. 136tf.









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DRY COO DS! DR Y C 0.0-0.81:,'


Fine Cigars.
Th-- finest and purest Havana and do-
estic cigars in the city can be found at La
Pavorta, corner Bay and Pine Streets. A"o
ast received, a fine lot of Havana cigars/via
ey West. /
136-e6tf. /

SPlendld. /
Bass ale on draught at Togni's, only 10
rots per glass; and very refreshing to the
[irsty palate. / 135e5

103 miles and 12 hours time saved between
Jacksonville and Atlanta, by going
via this route to Macon.


From Jacksonville to Jesup
From Jesup to Macon,
Arrive at Jesup 4:50 A. M.
Leave Jesup for Macon 5:15 A. M.,
Arrive at Macon 4:15 P. m., same da
TLonve Macorn for A tlntna 7:30t P .T m.safip



Known as the proprietors of the Jaeksonville Trade Palaee^jnform lhetr numerous
customers In the city and country that they have received and are receiving NEW SPRING GOOD
which they offer at very low figures. 1 1'1rV -
A call at our establishment to see our large and well-selected stock of goods will- convince an y
person that we are HEADQUARTERS FOR DRY'GOODS. --
We offer great Inducements now In the following goods :




..DRESS GOODS, RIBB ,NS. ,' +,\.*





.The Best /
f wines and liquors, always on
ogni's soppsite the post-office.

hand at

Hotel Arrivals.
C Beulon and wf, Lebnon, N H; W J Coleman,
Columbia; C C Welbmau, A & G R R; J G Miller,
Say; J W Merium, N Y; C Daughty, D W Crellets,
New Smyrna; MrsaJ H Silcox, New Brunswick,
N Papin, N Y; 0 awYvTe, Fernandlna; J. B Wat-
son, A McIntire, Philadelphia; D W Keys, Bos-
tol ; F H Wych, Mrs. F A Wych Philadelphia: Mrs.
S H L Ward, S L HWard, Miss E Stormes, Miss D
Stormes, Miss Mollie Ward. Miss F Ward, N. Y;
-G Lochman, Mrs G Lochman, Boston, E Warren,
S M Taylor. York, Pa; J A Gonl, Sav ; M H Al-
berger, N Y; C W Johnson, Montlcello; GT Root.
St Louis; Prof E S Breldenburg and wf, Phlla;
w S Sllcox wf and ch, Brooklyn ; J tJ French and
wf, A T Burgess and wf, Mass ; W E Whitney,
Brooklyn; Louis Crook and wf, N Y; W U Cush-
man, Nassau; H Mochler, Sav; R M Clements, Co-
lumbus; C G Selleck, New Smyrna; G W Wilcox,
Savannah ; Dr J M StetSley, Savy; J F Marsters,
wf and child, Mrs Marsters, H Shipman, Brook-
lyn ; J D Hasklns, Sav: E H Hutchman, Henry
Garrison, Buffalo H L Whitney, U 8 Coast Survey;
CJ Trowbridge, W R Kllcee, Jr New York; ,W
C Grasty, Augusta; Col A A Sharpe, Macon : J Hu-
ba'and wf, York. Pa; Dr G Derby, Boston; A L
Anderson and wf, N Y; J H Wolcott, Corning;
J S Wetts, Penn ; H J Falcon, SD Falcon. N Y ; M
Cook, Mrs Hitchcock, Perryburgh 0; T A Darby,
Wilmington ; D R Morrison and wf, 111; J Fithin
and wf, J R Varnum, J 0 Webb, S Doonsen, J C
Fargo N Y; F Hays, F R Newbold, Manchester,
N H; R G Stokesberry and wf, Phlla; Miss A Tar-
ley, N Y; J E Walker and fam, Augusta; W B Mc-
Kee, Sav; W J Bett, Mass; H B Batt, N Y;
E C Jackson, wf and ch, Miss M A Jackson, W S
Pattison, MissA M Cram, New York; J A Jones,
Union Springs, Ala; Mrs A B Nettleton, Phlla;
Jno M Ellis, Oberlin, Ohio; W J Hill.lwf and ch,
C M Benson, Miss E A Bedell, John M Wells, N Y;
J K Vutllngs, Miss; & S Burdoch, and wf, St Paul;
MrJno D Meyerd, and wf, Thos H Falle, Mr S
Thorhe, and wf, Lewis Croon and wf, E W Whit-
ney, A B Cueran, N Y : Mrs L J H Starke, and
daughter, N Y; E Stevens, and wf, Kingston;
C Brook, and wf, N Y ; R Slausen, and wf, Ohio;
Jas Honetkz, Portland ; S D Corkery, M J Ulmer,
Henry Steading, N Y ; W R Harmount, Albany;
A Clark, Palatka; W F Beulor, N Y; R B Tollls,
Boston; J Bauch and wf, N Y; C W Eldrldge,
Washington; A Brochen, Savannah; J Spann,
MrJ A Bacon, wf and ch, G S Barnes, and wf,
N Y; J C Froley, Phlla; J B Doom, and wf, St
Louis; W Walker, Washington, D C; John A Go-
en, Say; Wm Gray, wf and ch, Brooklyn; T 'IH
Carruthe, Chester, Mass; 8 A Clark, and wf, Miss
Mary S Clark, N Y : J H Ferrin, Buffalo ; L Scott,
and wf, NY.


When at Jesup? passengers are 103
"Miles nearer Macon and Atlanta via
Macon & Brunswick Railroad than
by route via. Savannah.

Leave Jacksonville at 2:40 P.M.,
Arrive in Macon 4:15 P. N., next day.
Ask for Tickets via Macon and
Brunswick Railroad.

Information given by A.
the Grand National, Jacksonville.
Gen'l Superintendent,
136-160. Macon, Ga.

LACE AND OIL CURTAINS, &c.. Jrc.. &c.,

We study every article how low we can put It down, ahd not how muchkwe can niake on 1i

entl Furnit lhIng Goods and Merchant, Tailorin. a Specially.

Call on or adnress.


Ale! Ale!!
For a good glass of William Massey & Co.'s
Celebrated Philadelphia Ale,'calt at Bettili-
ni's Restaurant, Bay street. A 12,1-151.
For Sale. "
Five hundred imported Bananh'Plants, of
the Fig variety. $25 per hundred at
135-tf WILLSON & WmTWCK'S.
1000 Pounds Goshen Butter,
Just received from New York. Aloo a lot of
choice hams, by A-. B. HussEy, la street.
-_ 127tf
Free Lunch
Every day from 11 to 1 at J. BX Togni's,
Metropolitan Billiard Saloon, Bay street.
Rare Chance for Buslness.
The Stock, Lease and Good Will of an es-
tablished cash business now doing seven-
ty-five thousand dollars a year, hnd can be

It Is understood that a movement is being
made'toput this road in good order. Trav-
elers will rejoice, and the',owners of the road
will grow rich.: Let this matter be'attended
to before next ftl and the stockholders will
reap a goldeh harvest. + **

AFarewvell 'Concert.
...Tcets for the farewell concert to be given
Professor Perry by hi& friends, on Ae 7.th (
April, can now be secured at C. L. Mather
< Co's. No extra charge for reserved seats.
As it will be the affair of not only this season,
-: but many others, we advise those desiring
reserved seats to secure them early.

A Summer Drink.
+ For a cooling drink in this coming warm
weather we know of nothing more delicious
and harmless than the Florida orange cham-
pagne, manufactured from the pure fermented
juice of Florida oranges.. Invalids would do
well to try this as well aa our, oranges. J.H.
Paine, of this city, is the sole, manufacturer,
and the -Bacarachs in Ledwith'l block are
his agents,
The Soulhern Life Insurance Com-

We publish an address to the people, put
forth by. the Executiv:e' Coommnittee of the
L, Company located in this city, 'which We com-
mend to the consideration of the people of
the State," It is time to commence itouppiug_
iif- e adec-'11e s sor,..j 4'aavy -0401 con-
stanItly go North'for this object, and this
com/panyproposes to give as good rates and
to offer as good security to. policy holders as
ano Northern company. Therefore it should
be patronized.
,-An advertisement setting forth its claims,

and the inducements offered, will appear in
to-morrow's issue.
i Relrglous. ^/
". Rev. Dr. StraLtoen,'ofYonker's New York,
^ preached at Trinity Methodist Church Sun-
day, one of the most stirring and eloquent
s. sermons yet heard here, for the winter. It
stirs the shiggish blood of the -sleepy, and
'; gives new impulse to '.those -now active, to
* listen to -such pulpit efforts. Dogmas and
.creeds ate good sometimes, but what the pop-
uar mind Inost needs, is an awakening to
present duty, andn th-e' great truth carried
home to the heart, that it is with fear and
trembling that each must work 'ou his own
'salvation, God helping him.
:.:. This gifted divine is on a visit here for his
S.... .... Welhope he will receiveal1 the ben
efit that "IMTondest" hopes have cherished
and before he leaves, that another opportuni
ty will be given our people to hear, him.

A New J nter"rlse,
y Two gentlemc.n, representing a company;
which includes' anmongit's Nmembers soyne c
the most substantial and solid men .6f Nei
Yorktand Philadelphia, have putrchased th
tract of land known as "Philip's Point," UpO0
the*St. Johhs River, and within sieht of th]
< city, where they intend building large, firs
class hotel, of brick, rufnibg in connectio
'. therewlith a steamer,, as ferry boat, with
capacity of carrying comfortable. if neede(I
one hundred and ffty pBsenger-i at a tri]
They intend cutting iwaS a portion of tb
woods on the point immediately in fi'ont
the city, so asato0#llow a clear and uninte
,rupted.view of the hotel from the town an
:by pushing the work of building forwar(
expect to have it ready for guests by then.e:
season. We wish them, a. we do others
i like energy, success beyond their most sa
: guine anticipations.

Tribute to the iTnemory of Govern<
.. ., 1 Hart. .
At the first Cabinet meeting held aft
the death of Governor Hart, at which Go
S'- ernor Stearns and the entire C.abinet we
; present, tlhe following resolutions were nufl
imously adopted: '
,* WHEaEAS, It has pleased Almighty God
remove from eartll the elected Chief Mag
tm rate of the State, Oafrian B, Hart., we desiJ
i ~-at'bute to his" memory to give expre
icn to OUT sentiments of high esteem and c
flderaio'n: therefore'
">- .eolved, That in .the death, of' Ossian
't ,-]Hat, late Governor'af Florida, the State l
'V lost an honest, faithful, and patriotic Ch
I, Magietrate, and society a pore, noble, a
J deservedly. talued cittaaen..'
... SfescilveS Tha whildewe recall withumou;
.-' ."~ c^ (at we snidyed, and'the perfect .a
r: anhtel'lted coufldeneethat wtas maintain

alection; y' de~ily,iteulorohe. e, vfsitati
.. thbIft oevrSl': te6vqh

Mar. 27-Schr M W Drew, Chappell, from Bath,
Mar 2-Schr H W Godfrey, from New York.
Mar 27-Schr Starlight, --, from New York.
Mar 27-Schr Annie L McKinney, --, from
Mwur 30-Schr Nellie. 0 W French, New York.
Mar 30-Schr S V W Simmons, --, New York.
Mar 27-Sehr 8 Cook, --, Nassau, W I.
Mar 28-Schr Beta, Ackley. St Thomas;
_ Mar 30-Schr Ida, Smith, Nassau.
Mar 27-Schr Sophia, Godfrey, Philadelphia.
Mar 28--Schr J R Lawrence, --, New York.
Mar 80-Schr Flora Condon,- New York.
Mar 30-Schr Ella Anna, --, Charleston.


Florida Union office.


For New Smyrna., &e.
The schooner Eliza Bennett will leave Fos-
ter's wharf on Thursday morning, for New
Smyrna"Port Orange and Daytona. 183tf
Miss H. H. Nay & Co.1
Would inform their friends tlWat they will
open their new stock of Spriugam a i
-m-xnirCinr5, on-Moffda-y e aITuEsy of ncst
rwe& Iarch 30th and 81st) at Ni. 2 Freed-
men's Block. 141.

.,. i ,., n< M I'l

'~i i



CHARLES L. "AT _Elt- .c0
WHOLESALE AND RliTAt" : ': ** '



Chinese C4urlos.
Ten thousand wonderful things at the Chi-
nese Store opposite the post-office. 136-148
First Spring Coods
Just arrived at the Trade Palace. A mag-
nificent lot of choice dress goods offered at
very popular prices.

The most complete stock of Paints! Oils!
Glass Putty Varnishes! Brushes Kero-
sene Lamps, found at H. and H. Weiskopffs Paint store
Ledwith's Block, Bay street. 139-tf.
Claret Wine.
Several casks of very fine Claret Wine
have just been received at Bettilini's Restau-
rant, which will be sold at $1.75 per gallon,
or 60 cents per quart. This fine wine is. also
on draught. 127-15.1-'
,-' -... *I .?i. ; "; A
Ale! Ale !!
Imported Basses Ale on draught at 10 ets.
a glass at J. B. Togni's, Metropolitan Billiard
Saloon, Bay Street. 95tf

Hotel Seekers and Families'
can save twenty per cent. by punha12ig
their groceries from A. B. HussEY, Bay Stk,
A Splendid Chance.
Any gentleman who may wish to engage
in'a well-established business, can do so by
calling on A. A. RoIx & Co.
Alligator Shoes and Boots.
I. 6." Crowell, Bay street, corner of Ocpan,
offers for sse a splendid assortment of the
above goods, Ialsa tanned Alligator skins,"the
trade supplied at reduceA .ratea- 134--:145
Cedar Keys Oysters. I
These well known oysters with game of4 il
kinds are constantly served up the bst
style, at Bettilini's Restaurant, BaystS et.
127-151 '
New Ribbons New Ribbons t!
Special attention is called to our poyeeful
stock of ribbons, just received, in any- p *si-
ble shade and style., Prices very low?" *,
Rooms to Let.
Two pleasant rooms in Ledwith'Ar block,
Bay street, are for rent. Apply to "1ffics of
the FLORIDA UNION. n'7-tf ,
Fans. + *
New and largest variety in the SlaJt% at
the Chinese Store opposite the post-offie." ."

Cassimere for Boys' Wear.''
Just'received at the Trade Palace, a fresh
supply of boys' wear, ranging from 50 cents
129tf __
Carlosit----% .
The most complete and desirable collection
for use and ornament in the State, at the Jap-
anese Store opposite the post-office. 135-148
Delightful Summer Drink.
Delicious Soda-water can be obtained at
all times at the Ladies' Soda Fount, M j^a.
vorita, corner Bay and Fine streets,
1 36-e6tf.

D. C. Dawkins.
C. H. Brush.
J. H. H. Bours.
A. 0. Wright.
James Hoey.
D. G. Ambler.
W. M. Bostwick, Theo. Hartridge,
M. W. Drew, B. A. ThebautJr.,
N. A. Hull, William Baya,'
J. 11. Burton, W. Whitlock,
S. B. Hubbard.




HAND-STAMPS for marking Clothing,'Cards, BoOks, &V. NEXT DOOR TO THE POST-OFFICE,
Jacksonville. Florlida4

tw-23-90--8-28t f



J.-C. Greeley.



Alexander De Lyon. + .
C. B. Simmons. '
R. P. Moody.
JLe e.
^'has. Triden6erg.
C. L. Robinson, Richard Jones,
L. I. Fleming, Sam'1 Brown,
A. J. Bentley, -'Girgr eArmstrong,
Win. M. Bostwick, Saimuel Dally.
S. B.'Hubbard. 188tf


*V- ~ '* *- ',+
,- )+ '.. -...

Boots, Shoes, Leather -nd Findin

A Complete assortment of New York and Philadelphia fine Goods always on hand.


-g -. <:



Peter Jones.
Emanuel Fortune.
William H. Christy.
Thomas Lancaster.
Philip -Walter.
Jacob D. Bucky.
Wm. Wirt Douglas, Jacob Huff,
David Petty, John Nattiel,
A. J. Russell, B. A. Thebeaut,
Cato Lee, / "Richord Kinloch,
Milttin N. Parcells.
138tf.. ,

Sole Agents In Jacksonville for SAM'L DUNBA,& 00X8 9-MIRSES',, AND CHILDREN'S FINE

The Freedman's Savings and Trust v 13ANKER,
..AW,.,.__ NJCNJE13AA & OCEAN 849S.,
Company" ..yu +; O .
\ i M- DA rT p -

d aq.3viv f f

HARRlsoN.-In this city, on the morning of the
;30th lnst., Mrs. Mary E, Harrison, at the residence
of her daughter, Mrs. Marion S. Sanderson.
/"Mrs. -Harrlson was the relict of the late Robert
HarrisOn, Esq., of Amelia Island, Fla.. and daugh-
ter of Cfolonel John Cooper, of McIntosh County,
Georgia, and revolutionary fame.', She was in her
seventy-nlmh year at the time of her death, and
..was a connecting link with the early times of
Georgia and Florida. Her death was the.gradual
decay of nature. She was a most superior lady,
highly cultivated, and remarkably polished, re-
fined, and distinguished In manner and bearing.
For many years she was a consistent member of
the Presbyterlaq Church, and although daring
the latter part of her life, a very great sufferer.
having lost her eyesight and otherwise the sub-
jeet of acute disease, being totally infirm and
"helpless. she became, In an eminent degree, her
christlant.haracter, being patient and unmurmur-
ing along as consciousness continued; only pray-
Ing to be released by death to join her loved ones
gone before, where pain and suffering are un-
known. Her son, Dr. Robert Harrison, leaves to-
day with the remains, for Amelia Island, where
they are to be interred in the family burying








A Full Assortment of Goods

IN V E., T M E N T,

White Piie, Walnut and Cedar Lumber, Mloss
+. .-. ' OUGHT AND SOLD.

Broek's Line of River Steamers.

r^.. lta.,. .f i *. ;QT



Informs his many friends that herhas just returned from New York wlth a large stock of care-
fully selected goods, from the most extensive dealers and on favorable, terms.

)r the
a city


All the Above Challenge Competition,




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*S T E A M E &;, T 0;L V 8 I A,



W arrepared Mef~ l~d 'o
;' . ", Particular attention gIven t&or, ers,
J: '* ;- .-' ".J:\U. S.-L. U (t ....

,~ ~ I I'I" / t %' ". v l.


,y ffi-]KEY-PFITTINe..7. ;

Sow'ing- Machines :' ]eaued
-.. ,- J. P, EP.D E I. IRIMD.


Co. g qi ", e,- e"-. ..
Corfier-of -Ba^', ii Ilga-n :Strrees,

' ARE '+ ,, ,,. ':-.AR E '-

^fcPAKD ftlANS

HEA RT TII.M, '. .

f-', NK T I EK

. Eg+, Ms S,I' A sent. .

A Ltbiro, Dihcotpit tflurchdk.
n it,*
Aany eemniunlcatlns10 the.b Ag,-r;r. w -P..kln-'
Tfllo wJil rwxlVe promlos mt,.rjit.n.r '
,twl:.M-l! ,"

Ir_;9llsDs~----- --~n-L-S-~~ --~Fac~ _~ ___ ,







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THE Steam-tug Boats '* -
After the first of February will charge firty cents
pelr 0C0 r t .on Lumber, Instea.1 oif The prun
rates l-r R.,,,t, ,.n all cargoesof 76,oo rel-, and up-
wards; under this quantity, as ier agreement.
Jacksonville, Jan. 31. U7-tf'-
.. NEW-IINE.,' .

To the"Upper St,'Joh's;

The new 9Ald comfortable steamer .i
fc S li ^ '"^A ____ _____ -.- *>.
^ ^r^aa-- ,-<- -= s^- ^""'S G^S S BS



Great Atlantic Coast Line,



S7 T:30 p. vi from Savannah, dally.

Would respectfully .give notice .that he has

Corner of Bay and Newnan Sts.,

Jacksonville, Florida,


Salesroom in MICConihe's New Block, Bay St., Corner of Laura,
where they offer to the public the largest and best selected stock of goods ever offered In thii.
market. Consisting In part of

Savannah to Richmond without change, .thence
to New York-all rail.
8:45 A. M. from Savannah, daily. Pullman's
Sleeping Car, Augusta to Wlllminkton, thence.
Day Cars to Weldon, thence Pullman Sleeping
'Cars to Baltimore or Bay Line connection via
11:15 P. M. from Savannah, connecting with Rich-
mond. Sleeper at Florence, also 9:30 A; *M. from
Savannah. Special Pullman Sleeping'Car from
Charlotte, connecting with morning ttalns from
Wilmlngton, and schedules from thence as above.
with lines Via Charlotte., -
The Through Palace Sleeping Car ond Parlor
Car movement of the Atlantic Coait Line Is now
absolutely perfect...
sold at all the Florida ticket offices. .
;W-Berths aju Sections secured by .telegram
or letter to Sleeping Car Cgnductors, Pulask
Hohse, Savannah. "I. A. POPEF ."
General r,,- ,r_,,ar jnl Ti,-ket agent
tw121-159 kilaoil-.:Coast'Llne.' -

Pens~cacola & Mobile Railroad
iOOMffPAN-Vy. ".

lcd's Block,

Corner of BA. td- 01bcean sss.



with an .. -'-.

OFAS, ..




A NEW HoGVSI^ -cntaing'lour rooms, all ot
which are'-weatherboarded and plastered,
besides a large room up stairs, and a large killt-
en, together with a splendid garden site and;y
brick well.ls now for sale, or rent to a g'It ei
a n t a t o n l y
Te" *Tn-Dollars per Month.
Apply to Mr.J;hA. PORSON, opposite the Metro-
politan Hotel, corner of Bay and Newnan streets,
Jacksonvllle, Fla. octes-tf

W. A. SSAW, Master ..... .-, *.
Is now placed permanently on.he route, and wfL f
leave Jacksonville, from Solary's wharf, EVERY
THURSDAY MORNING at 8 o'clock, for; ^,. .'..
Salt Lake, Lake IIarney, Lake Jessup, Eatst- -
prise, Mellonville, Volusin,, Welaka.
Palatka,Tocoi,preen.CoveSpriD, .1' .
And all the Intermedlate- landings on 'the"SK.
For Freight or Passage, having superiorzS=iB--- -
modatlons, apply onToard or to ,' ,
H. T. BAA., Agent.
The LOLLIE BOY conneLs ai Palatkawl& the '
steamer Lizzie Baker, from Savannah. and ily '
Point. from Charh'sion. twM4-tf









i. lngft M "e- estate B.oRf ere zu *'rDe ba erNGa, d
,ceosed. SO by $) feet, lot 35 by l105 feet, iBrick
Warehouse and Cistern, situatedin the best bust-
nes portion of B4y street. ,, +
Must be sold fn orderto cose up the
ALSO. two Private Restidences In this city, and
Town Lots In Lake City andjiadt:,r, Pidrldaa A
Terms easy. For further information apply to
.... U H P ,.F R ID E N DFR Gt ,
.Ot ^ IT,' .. **; ^kso~v r,^ I'.
P.O 0~i. Jm4 .insffl&vffejW.'
'" Executorl' \
55 Reade bt i ei*t, New Yor).Plty, -
octlStwtf .."
A NEW, Elegant and -comnmodlous t'wm story
House, with aft acre of high ground >t the
northwestern part of the city of Jacksonvi ,ei Fla.
----,"-efteen fine roomslarge cistern, fruit treeegrow-
Ing, fine view, and convenient out-house,. The
plot fronts on ChUrch, Ashley and Bridge trects.
SA1so tt.lrty vaot buitldng lots' m the nathbru
and western suburbs, each 105 feetsquare',' "..
Apply to Q. B. Hik, ,
twl-tf Jaclkonvlli,,Fla.

Great Inducements will be offered to the public.
tw 35-191

ACIING CORONERS, and others interested, are
hereby Informed that the Clerk of the Circuit
Court has no' authority to Issue certificates to
Coroner's Jurors or Witnesses, nor to audit any
account against the county for such service, and
will in no case-entertain aly claim of this kind.
Clerk of the Circuit Court, and
Auditor of the County.
.August 23, 1873. tw18--tf

Forwarduik and Commission Melrchant
Graln and Provisions,
ply rof
Bacon Flour, (Corn, aIay and Oats,
at lowest prices. .
M"Particular attention given to forwarding
Naval Stores, Cotton, &e., and advances made on
.A share of the public patronage is respectfully
gV AGENT foi-the steam tug Tuos. MORGAN.
September 16, 73-1y

beg to cttll the attention of Grocers and the Publtc
In General to the following articles manufactured
by the above named Company, from Pure South-
ern White Flint Corn, and warranted to keep for
years In ary climate :
BREAKFAST HOMINY, In Barrels and Cases of
10 Caddies of 5 pounds dach. SAMP or COARSE
HOMINY, so popular with Virginians, and North-
ern States. PEARL MEAL, In Barrels and cases
of 50 pounds, put up In 5 pound packages. CORN,
SLOUR, very cholce, and white as -snow; can be-
ased In connection wIth Wheat Flour for all kinds
of Pastry, Bread, etc. White Corn Meal, In sacks,
well adapted -for oeimtry Trade. Mill Feed or'
Chop, a superior article of I,,, i.. I)rildi MI-.i1 Cattle,
llui -. -, ,... Swine, etc., to In-, lin I.,.r than'
1rv oth1er r,.,d.d, and increasingthe flow of milk In
All oif--which will be sold at Manufacturers"
nr'"(s, FOR CASH, Freight and Expenses added,
'.. J.'A. ITERCIElP.
n. ndn:l-h M.n .r-1 r,:0I I ,,ind dealer in Grain. Coal
nnl.,I ,-,, iirr PIit. 1, 1 B1; 7,I -[II. T, :1,vannah
(la. LI ,1.,0---156.

Rich Farming lands
Now For Sale Very ChCap'.
De.'criptive Pam~phIltsi, wviU\,, Sccti/wal Ma~ps,%
Sent F'ree.

A handsoir.A hIllsorated Paper, ,,jwit 0iiii the
Homestead Lawil, mailed free I" ..ii '-
of the World. ,
Address, 0. F. DAyVI,
Land Commi:sionr U. 1P. I. II
tw140-153 w47-50 OAlIrA, NKro

A DE1OCRATIC WEEKLY% Established 1850. It
supports White Supremacy, political and social.
Terms $2 per year. To clubs, nine copies for $8.
Specimen copies free. Address DAY-BOOK, New
York 0;ty. / 140-153w47-50.




Smoke and Drk Salt Bacon, Mess Pork, Mess
Beef, Fulton Market Beef, Hams, Shoulder%,
Oxnoted leoeo smoked Tongues, MiekeretlCodolsh,
Herring, Lard, Butter, Cheese, Salt, Flour, Buck-
wheat Flour, Hominy, Meal, Pilot Bread. Cracker?
oaD -alnd jd.


,GRocEIES,. _




* /


i 4 r, Syxup, Tea, Voflf, Sptces, Faulty, Nuts,
k Sardines, Preserves, Rice, Candles, Soap, Mae-
ront, Vermicelli, Tapioca, Manloca, Yeast
owders dckleg. Sauces, Bi-Varb. Soda, Sal Sofia,
,fream tal N CoaipenSr Bluing, Potash, Iye.
-Extrawrte or. a1 ,luds, RauAns, Curratnts,'Citroff.


/Ttfmln ('9Cbiamti91;<., W Wine, Bfandy', Cherry
.IL Brandy, Apple Brandy, Holland and Domes-
Oa Gin, Baker's Rye whiskey, Old Kertucky Bour-
bon Whlskey, Common grades of Whiskey, Sherry,
Madrela, Port and Claret Wines, Bass' Ale an('

C.ANNr,,p FI{ITS, IT ,,

I.)eaches, Pine Apples, Pears, Egg Plums, Straw-
berrleA Salmn, Calis, Tomatoes, Green Corn,
Peag, String Beans, LimaBeans, Oysters, Lobsters,
Condensed Milk, Brandy peaches, Pickled Oysters,
Tumbler Jelly, Capers, Catsup, Mustard, Olive
Oil, Pepper Sauae. "
..*- *, : : *; ;" :, .' .S /

Bolled Xhageed :0/t. .Raw ..Linseed. Oil,. "Kerosene
011, Lard Oil. Splrlit Tarpeatlnae, W ilte Lead,1
,Red LE-ridPalrits In Oil. a coh-r?,rOver'lli, Cheuil-
cal Paint.. all shaieri, Puity.
,- ^ ,+ , ..

Btikets, Tubs, Brooms, Sieves, Churns, Meas-
I )res, Wa.hb.ads, Axe BilIvesMatches, Wood
rsu'.t, amet', Kee's iirs; We1' Buckets, Flour
, tU1s. Trpys" P,.M v Dippers, Five- and Ten
IGtalo KegZ, Pst tn ushes, Whitewash Brushes,
Scrub Brushes, Dust Brushes, Horse Brushes,
Cnrry Combs, Tacks, Blacking, Briar Wood and

i > .-!," ;+ '.f .- '** "* "'. '
AI anilla Rope, Favred Ralti '" Vof ft Po+-,
.SA Oakum. Cotton Oak--, o,,,,. n.in., t .ui. ,
A l'wnp'.'lr, Lint -adle WS.'k, Ki:ro-,.ne W.Ask,

.... (Cornu- ^ 7 0:ifs.


Tugs, Jare, B..a.i. Pots, Ch'hurjf, Butteflfots, Wine
J Boul-e. .. .. ', .

..^ A'l iB tare', "

,Tall1, Axe,. WeedllinT IHo., Gru is, Garden
11V- Ra'sif TlrsWash BasiAs, FrY.A Wheelbar-
rows, Store'rri,.-i-s, Hatche-ts, Laatie_,.6, Hollow-
wart, Ship Scraper3. Sad Irons, G&rden Hoes, Oil
COr q, PlhtfS, Bi.lr.;(, rllriers, Corn Mills, Coftee
Millsi ,rlu latoSndt4., \


b.,-Jt'(,.V rgilla tobacco, In boxes and caddies,
Ndav yauI Small Plug Tobacco, In boxes and
cdditis, Smolilntn T-,bacco.al-rlous brands, Centu-
ry andl Surry Side Chtwlng Tobacco, in foil, Ha-
... .*J '..' ..



*Th+.. nu'm er FIiV @IKENC E, Capt. NtCK. g O, '."'*'
will I,+av: the-ShlF,\adi Wharf dally, (t._nnftyS ex-
cupteoj at 9 A. M. l." rT,'Cw:| and InterniedlateLand- .'
Ing-3. ., '-
Re[U!f rIlti,lh..-a 3.Tec,-l f,:,r Jin'lii n vlll at $P.V .'
Thn Steamer 1.1TTIE, Capt. C. .l. BTOOKt
will comneel vlih the Floren,-e daill y'etween Tur
cal ant Palatka. "
The Steamer D .1 L I NGPOIs Q piaJn R. I.
STUIAKTiwill leave the Shipyard yhbarf for Ent r-
prise add Iieruie:llaie landing 0on Mondays axl
Thiirzt,.jay?, at 11 A. M. Rpturialng, leaves- Ent -
prl,. IrVijesdi.s nti Santodans, making cl e
,',..nnn-l,..i Tlth train-: and bpats for the North.
1-l 58 JACOB BROCl.
For Mellonvillc, ..Werprise andiun-
ford; Green Cove Springs, Tooiil .
Palafka, and -

lu L --.7'r. '
;.^- -^ -_>-- -- ._ UIIB : *.. ,.* .;

WThe Elegant Steamer \ ..
T A, K R.c -I... Q H, T
W;ll Irave. GEOo R. FuoSrE's Wharf, foo,pf Pine
sutett, !every TUESDAY and FRID5Y :Mornings, :
at 9 o' ,Tor thibabuve p: Ants. r
:Returning,'wiwll. leave N ELLOkiVILLE, ENTKR-,,..
PRISE ano'SANFORi' every WEDNESDAY and 9
SUNDAY Mornings, andf wlU arrive at Jackso0-
hlte every Thursi ay and Monday afternoon. +;,:
~ Th, 'STAPrJjGar" hasi been rebui0 .fi tt(d u rln- the pamt >umme~r, and I nowZhe /
flu i. m.tiam':-r on the St. John's'Rliver.
tw nov,15, 1 r .Agent : ;;

Lakes. arris, E |stis and GriMn,-Silver. ,

1u o. ri +.r".

Trains will run as follows: +

1'.Wp m
&%30 p
4.10 p-m
7.0o p m
4.00 A m
8.20 a m
5.14 a m

Leave Quincy......... .......... ....
Lea-e *r.tAl a .ha .. .... .....,......... .....
!Leave MnO ti,.-ll, ...-.... .. ....... ...
Leave Madison::........; .. .....
Leave Live Oak ................ ..
Arrive at 'Savannah ...... ...
Leave Savannah ...........................
Leave Lake City.................. ......
Arrive at Jacksonville ................ -

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Leave Jacksonville ... .............. ...
Levive Lake City ... ................. ;...
Leave Live Oak.... .. ..................
Arrive at Savannah-....................
Leave Savannah ..................:.....
Leave Madison...................... ....
Leave Monticello .................. .....
Arrive at Tallahassee ..............'....
Leave Tallahassee ..................;....
Arrive at Quincy:... ....... .;.........

2.40 p m
7.18 p m
4.00a m
8.20 a ,
4.'j p nP
6.17 a m
5.05a m
l11.:)5a IL
L0.(O a m
12,.5 a m


S.." -NOTICE, I$ hereby given that an electlt
following city officers will take place ISw
on the foUrth day of April next, the sao*'
on Saturday: .
:,i One .Mayor, "'
: OneJMaralal+ :, ,
-' '" One'AC lector.
: One Collecmor.

-eave Tallahassee .............m......... .30.a m
Arilve at St. Marks................:.... 11.00 a mI
Leave St,. Ma ks...................;., ... 12.30 p m
Arrive at Tallahassee .................. .50 k in
Irri-e t Ta. ROV'T WALKER, t
M. F. PAPY,.' eno-ml 9Rup,-rlnt-.nBdnt.
Ma-it'.rT rtnmu: ',,rl i iln. 1-t f

'i MqfPf CkRD.
in effect, March 22,I874.. .'

Jacksonvlle ]'&*Lake city
to. tlg STATION. 3 I,:
Lake City, t I. ? J.1., ...,,vllle.-
P.M. AL M, m Leave] [A:rive' I P.M.-. M.
2.40 7.45/,.. Jacksonvlle.... C601I1,00 10.15
3.30 :8.25 11 White House .. 49 10.20 9.30.
4.10 9.00 19 Baldwin.......|40 9..50 9.00-
1.50 '9.1i0 D Is l.'11, [ I 1. n 1 10
5 : 'U I l i l i SW i L r, r .. ..i '! '* '. W



One Clerk of Councll
"... :" And.Nl aAldermen. ii ,- ":,
.,'. ;J ^The polls will blpeavc-a6 usutil in I1 i)acPAi
,..% (Eastern and Wesieh iortlonsof the J'liyid the
following persons are hereby appointed tlnectors
.. ofdald election: Eastern DMIl1on--A. Do itt, J.
< '^t. Breg. W. H. LuCBB. Weateft Div>n--.
'. Robinson,' Wl'am Cault, S. %_BiowI
4:< .., .. J. (.. GREELEY, ,,r.
? 1.- Attest: W. H& CHRI', /
.:.. 130-143'. Miy Clerk.. /- .. ,',.
.. -' \ .....* t '. 7; -
,9 % .7


MAJ K WB.. A NI .D R FrAI Lu i-'^' N,

Clt1na- Cmroc. y apd 4%@s-,
,.' ?*"-*. w are. ,,

Lamps, Chkarketn f

"..**'** AND .

llh fo urnifhim,f (i. > o$
!. +' "' "' + ,T

Has JuKt ri"elved a lareb hocL o.f thu above uiun-
-:" -; uficiurers, which will bte :ffvro, i a .

"' ' ^ '"

^ TO[ I.ET s .tI, l,',- Vt, 31o,+. ?,u
TOITA SETS, DECOCTED, 10 p'cs,lf to$If)
". FRENCH CMTNA-TE...( St]. = '
S- -*,:( '; >*. ., : Plain and Decoriteot,

In, 1n (itMl varlt-cv-' ,"+


'"x "+ .. ... C fEv P0T?, FANCYV ;'A KQ L'I .

:. + Cantd..,em A h'e 'Meuse Trap,"

^ **.^ .* : "' the jitefsi 6 et .- ^
KF'' ," ( ;" ... -h 'CE, ltyW F* i E, -


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Y); I I -* IF' Iiii- w m n9
Ti,,; li.,o ,i.i Lal..- ri'. I 7 .1, 5,
P.M. A.tt. Arrive fLea I ve P.M -A..
Connect at- Baldwin at.,8.50 a. m., wlth i raInD-
'from Fernandinifor Cedar Keys,.I
Connect at Baldwin at 4,10 p. m. with train
from Cedar Kevs for Fersandina. ,
Connect at Lake (1iv \iith train of Jacksonville,
Pensacola and.,Mobife Ralfroad, for Tallahassee
and Savannah, at 11.15 p. m.
Connect atiLake City at 5.6M a. m. with train of
Jacksonville, Penisacola and Mobile Railroad, from
Tallahassee and Savannah. -
Connect at Jacksonville with Steamers for land-
dings on the St. John's, and for Savananh and
Through Tickets sold to all points jNorth and




A. L. RICE, Master, '
Wll leaveJacksonville every Thursday imornfig
atl .'lock. _GEO. R. FOSTER, Agent. *.
Jacksonville. FIa., JUlv 5, .1&72. 1-i ;

New Attachment fo Denial Plates.

GA fa

By this improvement, plates can be reduced'in
size; badly fitting ones perfectly secured. Car,
be adapted on short notice.
No more lost at sea; no rocking or detachfing.
Parts of Florida controlled by W. McL. Dancy,
D. D. S.
We have removed to our new office, corner BAY
and PINE streets, up-stairs Jacksonville Fla.
BROOKINS twlf>6m_ t "*__. Dentists.

Fas litirable Tailor,

K EEP constantly on hand a full stock of choice
Groceries at the lowest cash prices. Planters,
Loggers and all others supplied on liberal terms.
Country produce taken In exchange for.Grocerles.
oct3L 1 6mtw

and dealers In
Corn Mal], Hoominy, Cracke(] Corn,
Scroll Sawing and Wood Turning to


Master of Transl'ortation. tw

NI NJ W. S C11 E D U.I E.
* "; TIMUE CAnD NO. 0.



* *
*^ ^ "3

O Captain T.W.-LWCD,

A. G.& W..L,T...:C'.S
: RAILROAD. .. ;-. *

2""__' E--K-_ __ .+. _.i.. -==_ ...- ;._-
T "" K E Y S.- -'
TO I A TO' -
6.15 a n ... Fernandina,.. ;,,... 6,W6.p m
tC, i *" 10Tn'rf*. RnuA'" IAQ v. In 41

Leaves J.CKSONVILLE. from John dMrt's wharf,' -, -
at foot of.Newlinan street, .
EVEXY SaUa[I,IAy, at r2.o'clock, noon,
Leaves MELIONVILLE at 6 C'elock-Mondany nmorn-'
Leayj3$r.r~iip;-r. ,* *lo',~lock, "/1' "' L-
- Leaves LAKE. JFS.-10p at 10 o'cloCk anoti a'" "
at SALT LAKE Tuesday morning. :--..5 fr
RETURNINGi .... '. ";^.; .
Leaves SALT LAEK E it E, noon ,Tu (l+" .,;,-.
"EN'T]4 SE, Wedn esdlay rurnlng a" 0o'o "- -=;,
MBLLbpiVILLE, at 7 ,',lock. ',++
P .ALAXKA, at 4 o'clock a. in.'TbursdW .. .


., lh K,..Lt .Ka L-t!*,1;u' C Gaps, SSrkd P.iptr, U-
1,oth, CoI Tar, Raw T[r,PR,., rr',goawTbh.

"d th e r a ,'d ; ^ t,.o ..i .' i r ,,n i to m e n tlf a'A
hiitch' wnil bb sb low f1t0, ^s.


L -& And Insect Powder
"tori Rats, Mice, Rloac stc Ants, Bed
Bugs, Moths, kc.
: ?., r\! I. 1 l. i L\ kl,.. N-Y.,,Sole0 A.hts

Thrue doors from Bay street.


The Latest Styles of Fash loable-Goods.always Wood Sawed, SpIlt -and7DIive"ed by Cord or Load.

n hand. '. "
A flrst-cV.ss Cutter, from Paris, and eperienced
vorkmen alw. .[,[l.y .d on the premises.
Clothes Cilt,'and Fitted according to the latest
yles from Paris and New York,

:>. 4L. Yl ^ rt CAK

G U N S M'^ I't'nT~ini' I I

C 06al,Iron an& Lands,
Favorably locatc,.d. )L o" rn-i l or WaTcr-
transportation rour.-:. A dla$.
111 Bro.al i.Iv, .RuWIM l ,i BX Y .
twl40-153-w4,-50 "
FTr .... A T....1 E1BROrBRING& a~d'
County an.d .tart..-R ffigiur, n.i.ir L 1.- mil t J RB-
eral terms. AM : ,Apfr-li; w0nir111, .. .-1 .rher
NU.,\-llh-1. A\.dr, -- n. I). RlllER Cl4Alv ia,
G" ,|'i". ,iH-J- 3.r47-un.

speedily cured-by DR. BMCK'S
only known and
for treatment untW cured. .Call ,,1 or :.iddr...
5R. J. C. BFCK, 'ii..,iii, .i, o.
twl tl'l-l';]- i-'i 5 :

I.1"n1T1"7,. willo ut! TruthTrlumphant!
VW RDU.J 11 RlAgents, old and oungmale and
.Xeiaid,:a. ia w more money selling off'French and
X*nAtl:.aii J w',lry, Books and Games-than any-
lhin1-r 1l ir.I.-atest jnducemeno 4'1, .\r,. g ,r.rid
P[Ir,"iashi-. '.iftL'logues, Term).'I'1l ill i t i [h,-
I -Ir ~.tt i ,. [, all. .
-A-..iJrL-'.'-. :p. p. yii'K IrI1Y.
-n K il ,l' \'. 59' .\ il ,I-:'! tln. ,,r '

,, mAN I 0-4 SOUL C. ,
." '. H.-.>.' ,-," .I...li I -i t., s f ? ,Ir ,.; ir,.j 0 ai
lItr 0./!'', i i,. _n ,,rannv p,:r-,-,n Lli-v, h,'v'-,=, i[,-[ahllv
q'T M .inj~lI,; Lienr'.,t r,..[m r,.rw n~lr :|In ..in i"*, -' '-'''"
r ,. o, b.,v Ijila 1 1, '.ir 2.7; -3t i [i.i,....' h,.r \,j[h a Milr
; rin G1itde, Egyptian Oracl,- Dr, foini lni[; I,.-
La,/!.H-. A queer book. 100,0111 ,,1.1. .Til|r,.- T.
WILLIAMN-NCO., Publishers, Phll.l. Il[.il:t.
' 40-1"; iv t-'. \
"*'! A f i F l -2 N r : .. .

P e r u vI a n A, Ga nof ;
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llH r,_ s ha :i 4, fv m ,,r 'l,,r unliy (if ot.,llL,_,
*t b l hi l it-l ,- ,. S..I.\" [. R I i n.IR T L-ii .\1'
IMPORTER,' P hI,;..'I ,, l[ i t ,, L-:,- ;Rl,,.i I1
A F r'[,eV .I,'-t ,.' l,lf(,ll,.i/,...l [,," ['hc '*l| rl,,,r|..-r. q (< ,.||i .-
erl' e Gh -iiliiie P,'. 1 litl il G ihl! 0 1'.- r," n.Hsff, .-r4i at
';,ny ., _- [I,|l pi ,L[ orF II., .l ray H.1i1.,.! i 1i 11 ,,i L-
try. .-* ill p[I rf.It: u:i1-11,6 glveninr C rcular rrlll_',i r c-C ,
!' 1 a]',p, l,'ti ,,ritr !., i' : !*. ,
~ I .t U AL -LC A A ,t.
. NI5JB,+ 5 ..31 r Si, ,'l York.,
1.t. LIE-\..CES BY PF.RhI$,6 M I'i" 101180N, HIJRUIn A C-0.( .ffD.Ii 00n
#,f rht. Peruvlan Gov,.-riaiwi,i(, WBiI i) N y Y.t -
Wfi$Fl< TAX.LOR, Pres. N.-it|.rif,1.'.1[ 131Ak, S2 Wall'
,t., N, Y. : \
J. C. Ti;\("', E4(1.- Po2-Jan ',.n41, *2,.' r,r,l-,, -
,( way, N,Y ( i"!":"'. ,
*- -' '* .* }*

.. ..b.. Special ,tten- .. .. ,Hart's ,. .-1. 43T a
Rf8.10 .... 36 Duttoin... 119 : 451 For further In r.,rMiatlnn apply to
t ; ---"- '-/ ---- ,i. en O .8.546 "ar've J Ba, n .1%I .'15,'" twlQ5tf '.- JoHN CLARK, AZen, :.
fl gi l m to 8-55 "leav6 a r'%1!. .,*,r ,. (6 (' .. ..
lii .i! ~ ~~~~~9.44 .M6 TrailI Rdge... 93 ..... "3.16."-11 "---,,--,h -,- r '- k
<,_ '9.57 "..66 Burrin. 89..... 3,03-"11 ~a., ROIUTEV ..
-,1 21 F h ,.. l[ l'k,. -. ... 8 j" .4:0 -"- -,
10. 3n3in '" 7;. T^ ,+ ,, -r AVoII Sea Sickn-es,. .; ,
*e-10.5t t wa ,1,. 2. g04 "
MG -I.'- 11. n. ii 7 '' i Clwl C onn and First-elas AoC,_
12 .01t l a on .. ... ; i i. c ou.. o d a tio n s : ;-
>. Just received, 12.14 Ill *r h .. i.^ :' 7 1 "u: *.:a *"*.
Cargo of Turk'sr Island sa -t, ..-. ;012 .... j" ^ .. ..;; : .:
F OR SA LE CH EAP. 2 .n .. I... -.,{ i.r ,. ....) -.o ... -, -,-" .--3-- : ....
R O SS' B LO CK B A Y STR EET, Jacksonville ,K Fla. ": 1D E 1' -W O a I s ie M ar1.h ,th u d sr'" 1.-
D. E. MAXWEL L, %0;ni 1fe~ r-iTielq~ fat T. A. WILLSON. W. A. WHITLOCK. _1-tf General RrQ(lght an Tlthket Avni.- .. ," LIZZI fi BAKBJI, + : .
1-156 .' O.U. a.] .... C..,irtjL-.l tby Capitan P. LAROSE, will leav a
.... ... .... ... . ---'" 'W ;} e la'S av*famah every Tuesday morni ngat ten o'eloek -'
-. ', :--7 ; +" '-' -.t-=-w 7: -%:: for DOBOY, BRITNSWIWk.,ST. MA11r& ,PERNA ; ::
METALLIC F rom ,Swinall to tl^.1ORII. diate l
: .... ,. ..'..' fa ev, ry _Wy, .... o .*
W'B& Tn= H T I 1 ,,tma C :. ,..; *) -. S ,v..;< J5J >" ~y~jaiAtiS? {.;.. --,,,' ;-.,,:-,^ BA^ A f v..*ryTlurti.av.nt9A.M.,aiid3acteonillleFrlday
Wnn~ rftPTT~ AT rteyfr il"--aa^^*-^a"*lL~a^~yrA^ ,mtwulngra Ut 3 01lock, arrl-iving In Sayannah Satur-
WOOD CgFFINSAND CASKETS, .r;,--7 -_, "- ." _;.^ day monmirVr, mralilnqgclose coetectlons *tith the .
"*" D'-' ) * r o ,7.p^\' .. .. '* T .. .. [ ^ l .ii-caB. sioe-wheco, siabamabjt3 San Salvador. .t
"-= - ....... .. -. .......--^ PO |'A lI 4T/ T ,,A T and,?aoJuc lu',. Jr' New York.
,- ...... "............. To .itetourint or inva~lM tbII route ofrro ei'-."fpe-
__- -. "riot f id "t lTheo eamer to fine and fast .

Ba-y ,tret betee Lai0- ....... ", ...t W- __ /8g -p.^S ^ ^^
--- ".I--!'-' A .T .... W Oi.o.... ..7 and flpo tly eammanded; the table is I supplied
tiw$-1-83 E. :- .,.::. WASGAT "" "" NE A A,"Q.: ti th t thenf t ifarki stafordand theothero :
... ..... . . .. S a-a a- Au u s- a ma h t e a aca h:n t, rs ic la s s- n e v e r y r r t
k . - ,"'= -- --..., ." *o ti ;ie s to n K o. g e a d o f a n u *g ann i o toa eusp a u a n d s o e im es
~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ W!... i" ....; , ';.', ea-voyage, or an equallyfatigunlg trlp~by rll-,."
P0"L '", "4 o0un0leoioalts W rt pOIIHS*^I. road. t'he-roniteo[h,-LzzleBake l neatbroug t .
.. '"- =.+ .- -= "._, .:;..- ,, be-autrl -le .ca Isand or Georg a, to some of which -
,, .. :;;: ,,.. "W esgt and lNOrg "h" .. inblglortra.l InLr, tr&atachs. Som~e oZLhft WOWS "
Bay Street, betweeniLaui5a- & ogan ,r"*'l. ." ,f .;. '. "ntp edeckor fthesteamer are veryilne, ad the .
A iS" s sA... ..:... .' ,,- [. T AS; O ,. y '-o -. 1tritbrougy a ul % a tbolm _bly enjoyable ouse. ...
iw27-183 WA- GATE R ROUTE, NEW AND HANDSlEaI/ps t Ru na- 1 cn' charge .for alaor fturoom ,a. .
r S i : I : r '., ....... ;... m,,+hftle ,rJOHN CLARaeIC, lat, ; ".
.. i .. '- -. T~ ae~ ort Rgyal P o. now > en -T the -ost ..aoow op na i a1 J o e -. ,
Of S .., aav b and h u ar' : gus ,i 'Atl e the a vanrj, nb ,,4 i .--- e an d. Live. "-

Ladies' and (ientlestnn Raolroad to Augi/n rar#. _i^ ^ ^ irat
," .. -. ... ..... ---. +-" :,... hfretl o us tt l roew and tlO .nge .._,- .ii '.buatnt.. u. nnC.~ t~ B lvelu --. .
METALLIC anTRI .1, L S CAME S Atl sk, Er A icheti "'va,"4"ie H S m fer ialea-_ : :
,,z._.,.=._.._ ...__ ._.." .- .. , ., ti i oa % 't', ,e es. C" B,'Me.CLENNT, Propt efo)r, -J

-*;.~~~~~9 Ue pomM.s~e L. Hartrotldge t ONL btabl op- -*zU.' *
,'\ # "-- ,- .. .. .- :\ .. ..
..=. *.a D- / .st th M rol.. . H ., .... ha va *

fur.-gal.' Parties du rl A g to pure se will!dad It
-g'- +":-"-" To'%tandsnkaIwlj)gst~~r-'h-~neva~d ti saally Aret~ralve stoeli, adapted to xdl uses..+-
.. ....... 'g s -g' =v '"'
,. .,:. .,,','....<,iI~~oasa toon tr( --3 ., I, 1 lso receiving a eo~nplete o~tftt fbr "Lia- :,

O I \ __ 1. 1 _ll ie. ,: R A IL R O A D ;)-.4 i. r ig~ ;
L +" "" = -Those wishin.t to visit P o.t R oyval, Pi_iort ard "IS. u iv authorized agevnt and imaan= od .. f.-
1 a d je s 'r a n d G en tle m ten s ', R o b es t, & I ] I l t ~ ILh' po mmnr, d a alw ays be ,,, d ,a th -- Sab.. .D
: .-'.;. aSO .:: o tons at th~e new~and (I eZlig.t t .."" business.."... C .. 3m~ .r .k
11 arb le an d 31arb lef zed ,S late Man tles, .SEA ILAN4D H OTEL. : _ " .
BeaufortS. C, TEN' ,--
Slat6,Hearthsj Jte .. :, ;THIEONLYLI.Ne ."+: ;"-, :ANI :" 9:i
orl`rsale bv CALVIN OAK. at Sahnnil{i. A,,ugi.,;.ll,,nrat $.qvpti ngi,,ru ": -'A- '
JaicksonvilleJune19, 1672. 1-156 ta W, n J At"U R.g'u f P artl r t pln t ibis annltl l ndtt |-
". ' ,. ': .: "on,..C. ... wl-tf theirlIntfire~ti to -ar e hl h u -i

- fb l VT l"T,Y A it f fc

p-it, s; woma

". dl VllKXJ.^ IJ JU L.UkJi..l ) .t !
and wholesale and retail dealer In
", ",-, .LIQUORS, CIGARS, &Ac., &h.
STEAMERS,;. ;/ "

Van Brnnt&'- S1aglit?
U~ne of Sailing Pa~ckets from New York.
S tw 1-156


i.1 M.UJH!iI N1 T,.

On Railroad, Y, mile west of the Depot,'
Jacksonvillei ]Florida, .'
cry In general. All orders will receive
attention, and will be executed iri a workmanlike.
manner, and as cheap as Inany Southern city. ,.
HIaving been appointed Agent for the WATER;;
'OWN STEAM-ENGINE CO. for the State of Flor-
ida, I am prepared to furnish, at --h.,Fl. notice,
Sit.iioii1i na rid Portable Engines and
BoilersjTnbular anid Cylinder;

'.-.. AlBso, Portabl4 Haw-Mills. .
LWt --0 rulai,, '.n3dpilp.'r. ..- f, rti h.,1 forte above

Uavlng purqhiaid the slf .WL S>..J.i,,i<-<, 9.A
bler. coraerof DtLLa dL I wan stress, aL n,, v
prepared to fnrln ] flirs i pla v-hlclea and full
Sbredmhorses at abort notice and oalw rnaeohkwfe
., tennB. Pfraons derlrlng tsas ou Sunday must
tr ency. wPe -__sde_ Hw .'an. 6 n. ad. AA

as. a coBr.te, Ui every ,pe1Oa any ttrfe R31tb.

.,, DRFS5 ,IAI^INA, .

MA IEg AKNG AlpMt~^^j
m^at F'B~^ys 97. eAAI
qtleG a largef S n,
i' '*:' """ .' -' BR -ria f'- t-%os'

r -,i,. tlaa oply^ J .#nk-

to: rw.a ell t l .:,.,% ., I t'.
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,.* 'f' < ,nt~y '<" mft a re .pt-r ,*'.':
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S'ruval street, between Oc-an and MNriet;
,scksonville, Florlido,


16 H~Nt' ARK)

Wholesale and, Retail





/isheo, containing eight rooms .
-eo, ix acres of land adjoining, suitable for

/ Premises located on Riverside, at the terminus
/ of the Railroad, running out from Jacksonville,
one mile from town. .,
/ For particulars apply to


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Issued during the summer "in place of the Daily."
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The tri-weekly union
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Title: The tri-weekly union
Uniform Title: Tri-weekly union (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate title: Tri weekly union
Alternate Title: Florida union
Tri-weekly Florida union
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 59-61 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Carruth, Kellogg & Co.
Place of Publication: Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: March 31, 1874
Publication Date: -1874
Frequency: triweekly (during the summer)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 5, no. 154 (Dec. 22, 1874) = -new ser. no. 256.
General Note: The Florida Union was the "official paper for the Fourth Judicial Circuit." Cf. Vol. 1, no. 169-86 (Dec. 14, 1871).
General Note: Issued during the summer "in place of the Daily."
General Note: Published every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday.
General Note: Publishers: E. Cheney, <1869-1870, 1872>; Cheney & Jenkins, <1871>; Carruth, Kellogg & Co., <1873>; C.F. Mawbey & Co., <1874-1875>.
General Note: Editors: E. Cheney, <1870>; Cheney & Jenkins, <1871>; N.K. Sawyer, Jan. 22, 1874- .
General Note: Republican. Cf. Rowell, 1872.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 169-86 (Dec. 14, 1871).
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t: IN WITH THE NEW less Th8n: Four, Thousand Dollar" I'!!I'' Jol n W, Cltii k Buys ,R. Welborn'i oJ RACES

: of ItJtefV; Meeting of the. ,' | Interest in the:' Polnclana( '

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.A j" ,., Council ,Last i.Nlght.
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" \ ,' day was '."Inauguration ,Day School Superintendent' R. E. ;Hal Contrary to expectations, there was AJ, important business change looli' he approaching 'motor-boat: racetcbe freight train will carry them to the 1',I

''0' ..Prosecuting Attorney, R, R Tayloi ; held ,on Lake: ,, Worth bowmen scene of the races direct. Axraogew
"Ti' Ida, and from the red hills'o t : nothing'doing in, the 'telephone line at' 1-Iatf on the East: Side Saturday 'eve-

;.I.(; .1.;]abassee'to the:.uttermost Four 'new, county commissioners', E : .the when the Poinciana 1 iftg February let, Is creating ,no littl e ments will also be made with' steatn4 ',
partiBtatev Grocery tee : -
the of council '
meeting city _
.Dlrofck. {. R T.: Win
A Inl
Johns, -
IJ i iaterest toys
throughout the country, and ship company to carry the boats ,
"in direction oli( the property of Mesllrs. C. C
1:, every field, E. O. Tweedelll: nigh(;. In Tact there, was very Tittle
'' sht and John W' Clark R Wei- ij IB reasonable tq expect judging Savannah, and from there they'wtll be
: stepped' out ..of .harheas and 'The new school board! ,which wilt work! 'accomplished out of the regu __ ,

r few," ,'ones chosen. last November go., In oflloa' about ,the middle of the tar routine. bolfi having' disposed of his Interest l 1\:om the preparations; being mad<. transported by rail.
H. Only five 'members of the board In he business to Mr. Clark that It will The following program has been doelded -'' 4f ,
be the
} the ,duties of.public ser.vantator : .month, will'be follows: W. Bur greatest event e o
; dine, B.-'Wt :J, ,Parrlah and Ell Sims, were present, namely; Aldermen Grier,' l |he Poinciana Grocery was entab- the kind ever witnessed in the United upon," but some addlttonB may; ; '

j [ Broward ,was given the grea'iJf. : :The offlclali who,, .hold, over, being Potter ,:Isirkln.': .' McDonald :and Welt.. Us cd something over a year agp by ( States. Thousands of people will 'be< be made toy 4 j'just{ \ before' or during,, ;

a''. the'State,:and'la now,,Governor their.pwn successors are: Ington. In tho absence of President M Sri. Welborn & Halght, with Jphn attracted here by the Interesting program the tournameni:' 1f'J" "", ." "*,i '' "
i reds, ;and ,ddevery,, County ,thblQcIais uraham .King, representative;, Job Baker Alderman SPotter was "elected. A f Peeler as manager. The business" ( published below, and no doubt FREB-FOR-ALli DAYi; : C CNo
have 'taken the" oath ol WA< begun In one of the Munyon bulld- .
; '
chairman protein
Frohock. sheriff;' A.X3. 'Heyser, county the accommodations of Palm Beacl ( ".Nandicap; ;)
I l{f,'. Kin. many laataitcea.aa!t ,\ In Dade Judge; E3. C. Pearhort, circuit court : Before .the meeting was1;' called to '. but its rapid| increase demandedlargV and West Palm Beach will'be ,taxed February..." 1. 'fir

11 y, there, were many hold-ove-H; 1!, Clerk: ; C, H;; Raulersoa, 'treasurer; I order, Mr. J, U.. ''Chllllngworth called I quarters and a. more accessible I to their utmost However, ampfej'pro-"
mply Succeeded theraselyes.: '' the on 8O a few months the 2:30 ''p. m.. high-speed motorboata: ,
I ago pro-
7 John Sewell.: 'count fy-commlssioner;; attention of the members to teat > vision will 'be ,made to accommodate m
ih' I Miami Metropolis,"of. yesterday; Geo. L., McDonald,Bounty! surveyor '1 ( ,use being made of the' side- prietPrs 'leased the -building opposite every one who comes. ,. tour miles., No handicap.

'I f .the "Installation"1 at Dado'ar ,. and W. M. Burdtne, member of school I walks of the city by bicyclists; wheel- Aalm Beach de otlnto which they Local boatmen are very actively' en. 1 3 p.m., pleasure motorboata, four, we I ';
a'' ;capital .as follows: or moveV and where they have one of miles.
t board. I chalf en.' etc., and urged that! rue gaged In making preparations to enter
( ; 12 miles an hour) +,
,lhng tae, offices In Dade county protection of 'the public some Immediate ttlest and most up-to-date
the PI'
; .if the,races, and It Is believed that the
..ere but few cbangea'tbe'hold- FOR RENT. action be taken An; Dade county. The TropicalSun 3:30: p. m., motorboats (manufactureers ;i
stores city will make good showing when
a ,
1 ,,; going along In the even tenor peaks for the Dew "rnl the only), Kotaandlcap.,, 4
Mr. Earman also wanted .Completely;> furnished new cottage; be 'the event comes to hand. It Is under
f |way they have pursued the for patronage that has been 4 p. m., Cain motorboats.four miles.,,
relative to the building of
four rooms and bath on lake front) I I same gotfleroua stood that the local yacht club will ,1! y'
past, while the new men r'ans'watt old firm since the No. handicap.
kt ;|
south of town. .Apply to E, W. Burk-. sidewalks! stating ,that while many eatowe upon I take the matter;' decorations In.hand,,
., the oldor, outgotng'oneanothing' had complied with \as established. 4:30: p. m.. Charter motorboats, four t,
holder, test Palm if Beach property owners business tar home tries "
Iso as (the -en are. concern-
|:! like public. formality; or,,- the ordinance there were yet 'several It will b a matter <>>' regret to his etj. and wjllseejo! 1. It that this city la miles. No handicap..

atratlonUs Stop,at Potters ;Flat Iron Building. gaps wbeTq. the, walks had not..been &. 'trl'n; ? to' learn '''that. under thenew well represented.. 5 p. m.; high-speed motorboats.eight f

event' occurred'at( 8:30 o'clock; opposite pa}> and see 'the new Clove-- built. This matter was; later taken deal blr.\Peeler hall retired frOm Fred Sterry, the secretary of the association miles. No handicap. d,

f but' for the fact that It actually land Mot, fBl'cycIe. up by the' board, and discussed. the managemen. the new Proprietors and Lieutenant Hugh.. L. HIGH SPEED DAY-EAST 'COAST
i 'placevery few were aware,of or .Personally conductthe CUP DAY.February .
; : I
,GOT DOWN.TO BUSINESS. having deeded t Wlllougbby are already here laying
ested In' the same. JAM LAUNDRY LEASED. Peeler will, how "
\ 2.
coup.mlestonera When :Alderman Potter took the business. Mr. out the course and, making other arrangements .
this hour' the new board of -
havIng accepted a
| I r met and, organized? !t ,la. rumored. on the, streets today cha'ir he evidently meant whatever aver remain here, known establishment for the success of the carnival 3 p. m., salllngboats and auxlllaip-'

sing T. .A. Winfleld c'halr' that there Is to be' a change n.th. buslnesa the .board had to do should position with the.'ell hettDaCamaraH :while the representative of the lea, four miles. Free for all

f ,'.of' the five; members- 0 thIs management of .Strahan Bro.' steam be 'done with dispatch, and .he kept of the Hat salesman te association, W. J. Morgan, of 116 Nassau 3:15 p. m., high-speed boats, 20 miles. '
the' budget of rdware Company \ street, New York, has Just1return! i 'American Powerboat Association for, '
t :T. A. Winfleld, M. Johns,, laundry '!which, has been so successfully the "boys" at It until his new
; work was completed. entered upon the duties\of ed home, having had a conference $50!) subscription cup, East Coast cup '
I vDmick Twedell are
and E. the past three years by
operated for
a After the reading and adoption of position yesterday. with hIs association and prominent 3:30: p m., Charter rowboat races. ri
holdover being
f the only ,
men M
the Messrs. >Strahan.Mr the minutes the repots of committeeswere three boatmen In Florida.A. 4 p. m., pleasure rowboat races.
fc Sewell. of this city. Wanted to Rent. A \
.8. M. Storm, who recently ar- called for, and the first committee 22G.Plllm J. McIntosh, of the American 4:30: p. m.. fishing boats. (Sailing).
_organizing, the board >?ok up Send terms to Box
|'the; matters':' necessary: : to recefye Ivgd\ here ,from Arkansas, where'' he to,be 'heard from was the Beach Jal4"8t Power-boat Association, under whose Evening. t
discussion meet' tog been residing; since! ho left thIsCity ..COllMITrEm.Cbalrman ]. \ rules and auspices the tournament win
K or at their' first .FI ANCm : 8 p. m., night parade.
ire. about ;[three years ago, has,,.It ,Is: be held. Is working In conjunctionwith
the most important' : things' to ? ,Slrkin, who Is somewhat CARD OF THANKS. Mr. Morgan and has approved Prizes for nIght; decorations (three

#I If\const deration being as follows! ; earned closed for a lease a deal of with the ,the"pronprletora property at a .hustler himself, reported that he ,.Through the columns of The\Tropca1'Sun he: tourdays'program.' which provides' prizes). "
chosen attorney sIncere Evolutions around houseboat
Jfl. Metcalf was 'examined the account -
had carefully .
I desire to express'my 'or boats of many different horsepow.r I "
the Mr. Storm was
lift- board, and >M. ,T. MIsh1er Wall luring season. of the marshal,., collector clerk and Banela playing,
my'manyfrond's also'takes'
business appreciation'to to and in some sailing boat I
: of :
originally .the pwne'r the .
rock crusher. ; '
in charge of the treasurer'' and 'found them correct. Beach'' and West Ealm FLOWER DAY.February .
'Strahan In both Palm Masses.
the Messrs.
and, sold out to
? ji, matter of supplying a.superln- about three agoHe Is a thoroughly The report wan accepted 'aiyl the Beach for the liberal support that\has What promises to be the great feature 3.
1L ot of .the1 county prison' farm, experienced laundryman ,understandIng marshal Instructed to'bring In a fresh been given '''me during my manafe" of the .water carnival .will be the 10 a. m.,'endurance race (all motor
|lacu8sed but no action taken. It ; t.h.1benefit of m
l bucket of water for of the Polnclana Grocery. I a at night, illuminatedn and
every detail of the busIness cent wo parades one boats), based on speed, reliability
ghC' probable the sheriff' the chairman i,of the finance c'ilmmlt-I dow associated with the Hatchett-D \ which some score of electric launch-
f and It he takes ,charge of the 'aclllty of operation.'
i place Sewell allowed plant Its patrons may rest assured tee. Tamara Hardware, Co., where I shall is will! take place as well as house- 11 a. m, all motorboats (under 12

was of filling the that >Jt will be kept up. to the standurd. ;- As chairman of the committee on lie pleased to see all of my. old friends oats, motorboats etc,, and the other nlles), one mile dash. '
tomary privilege, sanitation. Wellington
; streets and kDd acquaintances and to form as t Jb flower carnival, a day parade. The 11:30. a. m.. high-speed one-mlla
t4 ns 01''al1ltor at the courthouse Avenu submitted a bill troJD.CIty Engineer many new ones,as possible!; guests of the big hotels and cot- lash. c' ., '
the'' D 111.11: ?
fridge tender on Prettiest line of :office, stationery, Sheen,:which embraced the payroll John A. Peeler. t iges111 'De' Invited to take par ,lyi ""' 12'! m.. motorboats (under 12 miles).
ire, and the recent IncumbentSj, cards etc. ever seen In ..city.rh"e'Tropical for street paving. The pay roll ,, 1904. '
1>mslneas 'West Palm -ach, Jan. 3. lloial affair _an" expected tour miles, .American Powerboat, .Aaloclatlon -
Hln'tou. l the
Hay janitor, and. J. F, bill Includjd '
Sun.. amounted to $2.906, ;'which picture '' '
the ? wlllpregenta handicap.
: tender, were promptly reapent' -. material, freight on hat' IfJJJi
of paving ROOFING.One .
cost I'AROID equalled in the carnival and day parid -
been flower
"The Ladles' Bazaar." Carr Schreb- ualrmin .hat,,has sellom 4 p. m., '

ilck's new:sto e, on Clematis ,avenue, also lame and labor having" collected Wellington on ...w'er two and three-ply Parold' Roofing way of .a wa.'er; carnival.LUot. *.

Is offering great values in .ladles' ,..rut.nlshiDcs connection reported $I, and on account of for permanent roofs. Red rope [High L. WilloughbY, who Each!" boat: will vinvlte' guests.

:, that roofing for temporary roofs and was )Jn charaa of the Rhode Island February 4. ,
Ladling trash $1.35. He reported and
Guaranteed to give satisfaction. Naval Reserves for several years,
sheathing ( Start of endurance race to Miami,
'NEW": AUTOMOBILE .ROAD.The : the work, of street paving, 'was pro- :' East Coast Lumber and. Supply; who .penda'bia' winters on his house-he Key: West and Havana, with some
where '
ourIxnued oa pairIt.. I Ja4-2w oat In 'East'oast waters,
Company.: at two former points.
Automobile races
:Florida East Coast
has has other Voata also. took charget -

4[ Association In Daytona held an last Important' Friday; "* night.realdentaEdward. meetIng -. DEAN'PUBLISHING CO. BUY the famous ''Newport, which marine was parade said- THE PALM BEACH OPE:\t. I
!! '' a few years ago
: Stock"mad his
M. o.be. the greatest water parade ever Monday .afternoon the fIgs: :were
rltial'appearanee before the club; andre Been In tha'world., Lieut. Wllloughby hoisted_ over the Palm Beach Hotel,
.l]ed. In dignified manner. The IN MIAMI METROPOLIS I
> a., NTER'EST asked upertntend the Palm hostelry'
f : ollowlnsr'were fleeted memberar H, i vilt'' ba to the Hid at dinner. thfc" famous. ,

G.' Greenlea.fi: Boston";, X.'N."Chandler, L J ,TJU.jrTl' Beach affair,and that means success parade )formally. threw sits doors open to.,the;
will be an.
Philadelphia; J. 'E. Emerson, Ba rYesterday's': 'Issue of the Miami Metropolis I fled after which the election of officers pEWAR. public for the season ot4l905.' 'The'
Springfield.i a.; SIR : the ramigement -
noper'T.; F.Carlls was held. Palm Beach Is again under
'quite a surprise upon
L T. ;Johnson; New 'Yorki.; yL prang elected Sir Thomas Dew r/M' PuofLondon 'of Messrs.Washburae &: ,HeHItt ,
"Mr. B. B. Tatum was pres!
Ulrtance, Poughkeepsle. ,N. T7[ ,Thorn- the, people of', Dade. county, when. .It ,, Eng., has accepted the Invitation toact whomade such an enviable rjpu-i
esterday, ''.which fact leads mas'a. White L 13.",Clark: 'and J.,'II r published.e the'fact that the Dean Bros., ident.. Mr. .Joel A. Dean vicepresident as '&11 asMoclate .referee' of the car tatlon; with It last year, and ,who'are'

."the,>ppearanc>that' the new Clark; Jr., Cleveland, O. publishers of the Palm Beach New, and Mr. S. 'Bobo. Dean secretary ilval with >tr.: Henry M. Flagler. Josrph The- among 'the';moat noted hotellsts'in the''

1 Intends to Ignore the act 'as'the I A subscription'paper was started and { this city, had become part ownersof : and treasurer. udges. will. be the" famous, >actor.. the United Stat IL, ',(Mr. 'Waahburne' .ls, !xr:

alied right 'of. the, old. //board, ins : .ha ;'sum:$1,040was raised ,In five and] :that '3. Bobo and "Wr, P. F Miles of Union Springs Jefferson A. .;J. -Mclntoah of p acted to reach Palm Beach, .tomorrow ..

mines.a nlnates ,to;"npply on'the.cot of the that paper Ala., will become business manager American Powerboat' Association, and will during,tha entire aeu.solll.
: eount printing ;were '" ..and Joel .A.,. Dean had become officers of( L. Wllloughby and ex7ommodpreP. -, .
for ,the new ,hell' roael ..betwell Daytona for the Miami Printing Company;: and taut.ugh Siva the hotel his personalsttentiorL :iTb
fitted by:the 1, Palm i I Beach'' New <*w.rSymrna, and the club,,'passed[,* the newly'', organized 'w.aml! Printing will have entire charge of.the businessof '''F. Griffin of the Bays- Palm Beach' is one'of 'the'most/ ,

isms News ,and,, the Mlam' ) Me-' :t MoMClon ''authorizing the committee Company. Just wbat this change wIUmean both.thl Dally and Weekly MetropJ w vato'r'Yacht' Club and other,prominentOfficials. noted moderate priced, houses In ,the

ls.v No action" 'was", taken bather to t commence work on. the roadMonday'nornlng is yet"''to be determined. At any oils until such time as Mr. 8. Bobo The' 'timers wilt .be taken 3outh, Hs rates' ranging from !$3 ,upward .

of,award!-and'the several;bids, .'_ January: 2, and-push' ,,; ''it rate It,,te 1 .,! surprise" to,the, public. Dean' can .be here 't'Q"&ln' Us personal : from! New York, so that the timing while tlPecllo.weekb'. ,. and' aee.on r

'01l'aer,4.1I.1e4., hrouch: ,'to completion., The 'announcement which appeared attention to 'certain Department" tIthe i of r the. races will, be In.:the,.hands.,of ,.rates ,are offeredV, :The house: Can 0
r transacting several other mt -"tALAB1NE ; la 'the' MetropoUa! yesterday.'.,U as] fol-> work I experts. comfortably accommodate'.500"' .guess', 1

t. nature .. neoa.adjourgmeptt.t,42: ';, ] !!;j' >,:I:" ;lawn: ,fc !'llr.,:B., B.; ''Tatum..having: for;iom8 I, The owners of fast ''boats )In the East: with' :outside' rooms i',- -and,' '"has' fifty.' .:
ck"was taken:. Alabantlne 'wait paint, !' ;"At the annual meeting at. the stock time ;:desired 'to retire from :active :"vlll "enter'their boats) at one .,.as, the roowtth"'prlv! t. .

', ,THjffl! N' !gWo13: ICIAIB. 'r'' _eaten: the ,markets;; -vInside! IOaatCoaat;, Iuro-; : ,i[hoideri", ot,the MUnU.Prlntlng: Com-' aewsgaperwork:, : In r.derQ,.give ,his mtry lank were Issued December,29, ':nut'nian&9JDftnt..or, tha, houae.3>ATookins "'
'I i'pany '' held! the. transfer of 'th".I other'''Interests will 118 Nassau street New York, Ar. 'wWrih\' (IDdl'
neW officials,,which .h.,. taken xir'i : Supply Jat-7w ,.'just 4 attention to,"his 'rum ; ( already jBlearlr,;
a of, the''government' in-Dd ands, ., } stock tn' ald 'compaDT/owned' by Mr, I now,avail himself 'of,tb.opportunity, r'anjrementa'hayij; been tnadaV to ship ut the,;mbal Inieeroui'eeNOn. 'tfe..i,

i 22 nrelns,17'' are asollows;' ; ', ?Do;you'use'fertilizers! Potter 'iorUt :M. F,'. Hetherington! ,,_which I ,, bad been I leaving" he\ onductr';;Of,' the paper and !he' beta'faconjunotIon''Wttb'"tbe"0arnrobiteie: :' ; : .. IJ.:' kai. "1'..,.r'ltd;.jAYyed.:.., ,,\..,...\t. "a'

,deo..0. Butler.Collector .' ro.. .tH-tilron: Building, opposite old to MI'IlISr S.' Bobo Dean'and Joel printing business i entirely_}to the bands fen ''the 'OrDl d-Da1tcnA. at,, alnpWi

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tbe matt.I"'r with iuvitinji leading mar.ufactuiers rffwnySVT'b r few ; -, ; 'I, ,\,' '. ": >" .': ) }' t; .
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President Roosevelt'fto' attend ,the i of Van(' vl'r, -Winnipeg, Ilulifo: !their)j Queen, QiwliryShop's *' 1 ... ,'. .- ". "' .1,,;"::,' ,, ,.r\\;" >

midwinterwate'r' carnival! on Lake, I I St. John, Quebec, Montreal and phall/je'knpw.lti; r I. ;,-'"i)! r"I! ,'!-l.,1,.,." .. ,.
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1( math avenue has cuuseil' much ,fnviorabfe mauuf-icturtng' risks. at a figure thaia \ 1 For 'Boy, Youths s Utl d ;.','

': Misses for the Holidays.1Boys' _'IE.J lO- II' ..IiI
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comment among tbe tourist 'likely 'to' prove much below. the "

H;but there Heems .to ll a oell"ra1'M'gl'ttt ; underwrtters"tarlff ached''us.

_. Suits costs and fines ... $110.00 I ) .
f .that it was found necessaryto '- --
Licenses collected ... ... 64.75! ao-o --- '

cut down the shade trees.. Lust Brtt', dat innue of tbe St And Knee Pants; ,. Shirts For dog taxes and tags . 8.51 IIURH'UAIMIT'S .t 1 ulm' l) nch;JuWe ,

-S----! : Augustine, livening: Record announced and -Shirtwaists reduced For hauling trash .. .'. ..1' 3.15! Tour

For natural born fools those t prices. ', :" '
that commencing with' Monday Total collections fcu; Dec.-. .$17C.41( Want Coffee Trade.
Georgia i farmers who bave been ,
of this week: the iutprcyta of thai The clerk also reported having re- ,It>
"t huririug their cotton on the streets paper would be directly under the. 1 celved from the county commlsslonerf WE'L.l DESEFtVE: IT "

-'k& y, qf! the villages: ore. entitled to the management of Mr. Harry; L. SlRKINJf'tft"I'MOn O a warrant for $309.41', the city's ap,. : Because we can give better value tHan most ',,others Weknow (:

r t..' buttery. It does seem that)it would Brown, formerly editor liiid manager portionment from the road filftd. Coffee; know where to get itj; never guess or take another's word .for (

c': 'be 88'wise to store the product of IMock TO ROCK OLIVE STREBr. it; but use our knowledge in its selection.' (

of The .Tropical Sunk\ The' an. Alderman Sirkln reported that Eu We have:! a Choice Blend In bulk, specially; selected for hotels, (
their labor to destroy it;. ; ;
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nouncpment says in part: Mr. West Palm Reach, glneer Sheen would have a suflk lent *t'2s cents a pound.

Brawn is recognized as one of the amount of rock left from paving Clew Our Own Yellow Label, ;.j-lb tins, is' very good-a favorite

t .It has Dealt---sled that the rJe'w matte avenue to the hill top to pave with many-at 30 cents pound. "

7 of County Commissioners" "M will brightest and most energetic newspaper Olive street from Banyan to Evernlf Our Own Red Label-a private\ blend, is very well, known-In

Bowl in the state, and under a-Ib tins All the boatmen and fishermen wbo .love Good Coffee will
rt; give us more road improvement in men ? BOND FUND ISSLIPPING street, and, he presented a resolution! I : ,. :(
his management; the Ilecnrd. will to the effect that the engineer be lit .have no olliei. a-ibe, only in air.tigbt tins 50 cents. i '
the north end of the county than 'Olive street for the Cambridge Blend Is extra choice, io,1.lb tins,()Dlv, t AO cents
;' continue to brighter and bet I AWA/y/ strutted to -pave
? 1 the retiring board. We I(shall noon grow three blocks mentioned with rock. The Newport, Java and flocks, ia 3' lb tins. This is the, BEST f

tpr.tl\l'i"fallt' as the many intricate and and Coffee you can:: purchase/ at any; ptice. Meant to, sell at 50 cents a
be able 'to tell how well the prediction I ) I resolution called for an aye nay
difficult details incident to a grow L'uhtliiuoil from pans 1. vote, and resulted 'as follows: Ayes, pound. Our price is $r.oo for the Three pound Tin* I

was grounded. -. y' tug newspaper: succumbs, to his skill grossing satisfactorily Clematis Ye- Aldermen Slrk'ln and McDonald; ,nay. / L. w. BURKHABDT .. Finest Groceries

nue. having, been completed and r lied Aldermen brier and'Welllnigto. Chairman .
bus retired and pprseveranctIncidentally, it iot will to Books.firmest .
Governor Jennings KSyit pay you purchase our Coupon
for three blocks and Narcissus street totter cast, the tie vote In favor ...
from tbe Governorship of Florida fitting to announce thatheginning i .
havlngbeen paved from the ferrjl landing I ot ayea.ACCOONTS : -
leaving behind him a record of wbicb with Monday's., issue the Record, will reco' AND SALARIES.
\'.. to Datura street. He mended ,
would have cause to appear MS an eight-page six-columi bills were read an
any man just that Inasmuch as Engineer/( Tbe following -Sd
-enlarged and improved in ordered paid: -i
feel proud. Ills, adraiuistrationf bAS paper would soon reach Clematis av/
j detail. flue hill L. Webber, ..feed ot prisoners $22 GO THE TROPICAL SUN
business-like ,
been cl. soil) honest every that/
,\ Hn, with paving operations, "
his force S. A. Barfleld, sal and tea ... .. 52.(!I Printin

.i. "" ', and it will go down in history se one GJncral then be transferred tfj Banyan W. W. Hendrlckson, sal. and fees ? Job Department

....tII'i "I of the moat prosperous and ablest Attorney Moody) yesterday street and pave that thor::/gnfare for .. .. '.. .. ... .... .. .. . 71.0 I

,-. Flor.i discuBKed wilii the President two blocks, from Narc'ilBull, to Poln-] \V. W. Snell, special police 2.0, .- -
that has been to "
I' ever given;
some (ihases.of the railroad freiirhlqueHtion. setta !streets. On mot on ot Aldermen I I J L. Drier, clerk and Inspector 60,0 .....................................................
,ida. Crier and Sirkln. tie .
report was accepted Hatchett-DaCuraara'Co.. sup 6.9
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-- -- .y.f ;: f Light Company lights, etc ..117.4 i .
'I d It is an almost forgotten; fact that thettorDl'Y! General recently, have THT3 BIC.Y,9L, ; N igANCB. I I Latnbart & Potter lumber 29.2 6 L. ,

,} President Roosevelt's grandfather; devoted mucb time to that pi As chairman f the committee| on,! D. F, Carter, feed of horse . 15.61 .

t :., was the first man to navigate t, -Tip latter! is giving pariittentio4n | -' and. ordl lances/ Alderman Sic"Wedt'that -, p. E. Seyle, street worK .. 15.01 : .WIIOI.ESALU AND RETAIL

he had/lnstructr,. Noah Hall, scavanger work . 'OR.O1 : TTOBACCONISTCigars
to the legal side of ;
11, Ohio and MHf ; t ,
steamboat on the '
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issippi: rivers. Capt. Roon vplt was tion. It is understood n riding'along' for street paving . ..906.4!! : Tobacco
i' a close personal friend of Robert; the intention of the free'; ""-he would "This Amount for street work induct. ,

.. Fulton, inventor of the steam craft the Attorney General t,; -nted, I ea" the labor freight, etc, and make!I : CANDIES-lx S

of something $3,000 paid
Soon after Fulton's successful! voyage and press the, Cuntiderati ; a total over :. A FULL LtNK OF LOWNJ V'S CELEBRATED CKv COLATES
y to\ date from the bond fund .o

z ; on the Hudaon the captain' great; of ,,'u "admiDi' : tr''/ -**- Cold Soda ,.Lunches to Or During Season
'' w'ith' ice Cream soda
ore, dealing; t' ""* The marshal was Instructed to tin n I _
d', ,;' ;; conceived the l idea of launching; such ., ., J j
'/ Ice Cream
freight prnbletii ?:Such : ..rruinanc8.uue ; :over to Constable'Rqbert Hanong th e SRMINOI.K BtocK 'WEST PAX.M UKACH j

n t' a craft on what were tbtq Wp1tf"rnwatl"rA. -' ; rouar gaaung! on the atde- I key to*'the,city jail formerly used b;y .........,..a..o.. .......................
+ In the spring; of 1811 the tbought'to( quote I a member''OT rr5Cabinet ; wal.. e. Itwae 'finally decided that, Constable Metcalf. <'>

; ), would be dfbtUiedj,: t h>> pen ing"the passing ,of ordinanceto "
vessel was launched itt Pitteburp; : an I The clerk: was Inatrucied to hv2,000'aasesor's '
'f. 60 :t0i/0ie0itOMOytOieo
bi defeat. ver the matter the marshal be lr':. : .blanks printed at Th o. a0kQS10ko JJ
+ and the President's grandfather; .
St5icted to' abatethe puiaajice.arreat-- Tropical Sun office o 0
; !gurt; his voyage to the Gulf, He entered From the Department of Agricn': jng such parties as ,might .be caugat 'Themember! of the council presen G. G. Strohm

,_ tbe Mississippi! during the ,tare farmers can obtain soil {unto'r sing the sidewalks with bicycles an ji, I signed the certificates legalizing th | Company 5j

I throes of the earthquake which devastated -. t wheelchairs on the charge of obstructing 1904 assessment roil: >>
. lit Ung germs in a small packs e the sidewalks fl* On notionof' Alderman Sirkin thE
'so' Southern 0LF2US1ILYGRO13RIES
much of
i : something like a yeast cake. Tfj i I la behalf of the fire, water and tight marshal was Instructed to order one' j i I If f.

,u r r Missouri, but weathered the tumult!!. 'It- when dissolved and mixeii ,,|ltb| committee Alderman Sirkln repofteif"' I half barrel of disinfectant On trial .

J1 V 8uc elsflJlly: and/c'bntiuued, bin trip rTTtctrtrtW ttUaS' to that he had communicated with the I.the prick cf$2Cto be paid it 'the dieinfeetant'Drdved y r
Fancy Food Products \
I as1 represented.
.'iif, t to Mew/ Orleans. ". placing :
becomes a IDlirvelou. dillm. fllr '' The- board then adjourned. /
/ --- farmers' needs ,..,.BdpdaJ: of clover lights, and the superintendent of th I I :' :.J

. 'i "Cut out Latin, Greek nnd mythology : walfalfa company had ''stated to him that sonu ,New lot of :Ramblers, the best bl. Grain and Provisions. .t,..." g a

}' '' and tofu tbe girls out o'f peas! tc:/'1 can1'.-:''\\t-' 'J Peaked' ii i difficulty )had been, experienced In securing ',cycle .at II. B. .Porter's. Olive street. II a 0':: '. '''*., ; I

the liquid, thug Jiiocnluting then the forty-five poles that woult! .. 1 I ,< :"' '' S
i s"s;,boo) at an early age: This iaths. S .JEFFERSON BLOCK' '
: T. n ,.""""lnleyundE"rtaker" and em it
of service.
with the necessary bacteria to maki, be needed for the extension '
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,fi x'' plan ot Dr.., A. LatLrone Bnnirh : However, the superintendent: felt con- I baalruer.,"West Palm Beach, Pla. tt 'i, t
them grow as;' tlleyelioohl on land I ,
'k the distinguished; educator ia proposing I Client that the lights would be place 2 West Palm ,.Beach, Florida ?j

t ,M', ; his remedy for the so-called where they would. "no'> otherwise d o, by.tUe 15th or 20th of the month.: The' JUST R.E i1 VIL ED.: Y 0,Molsotaolto> "-, 1-1.190i. r
well. ___J__;_' report was 'accepted.The 1 : tpeoi.oit oseoseonaleol.r y.OM0i107e0ytO1tOS107.0aa07.0y0p'YYvvY
1 M barbarous practice of overeducating sanitary Inspector, J. L. 'Grter; .'; .btrloa' / of Keystone lime Alpha -
Cement'Oeorglatand Florida Brick -
our girls. "We are affecting Dr. A. E, 'Vlnsbltbeeditorof, the reported, that he had three, times. Inspected .I. See us- before buying. East Coast Lumfcijr > ',

tbe home of two Rations;' he said. Bustcn; Journal\ of Education", maid the city ;.within- the pat jnonth,;,, and Supply Co. ;

? }F, "We are appibg the physical the well-known educator and lecturer and he found'. Some the condition of the alleys generally'satisfactory. In For Sale. To Rent, Boardlns.Fumlsh- I Bade ;t.SttB;;;\

strength ol, .two people, and going sunm np the mathematics ot bicycling the western part of the city had been .. ed Rooms and Rooms To Let cards al t West Palm Beach Florida .

t at a headlong pace a bhh must some as follows: "Adds to our found 'too narrow, however, but this! The, 'Tropical.. Stun ofOre. ,
day brlnsba/ to a realization of, them years. Substracts from our worries' matter .will' be remedied'' at- an' early J : estimates,, on plum '!ng work call f' .

stake that are being made. Multiplies our' Joys. Divides ouiburdena. ; date! CLERK'S REPORT. : on.the.)I tchett.D -Camara Hardware t Capital? '' Stock, ,$40,000; : "f It

Higher, edacation unQtis girls for Compounds our interest s The clerk reported the following re* : Company 5.
Surplus $10OOOf
motherhood. The "mental! strain Ins life. Discount our ailnnent" II. for the month of December < All the magazines at Mners' -- .--- t TI .t t'V "} :

affects.the nerves and: makes them OPPICJUlI' : .
DiiacTomaiptent =
1. ', dread matrimony more than did the 0 E._N.W.Dlml"k.Potter Prnldtnt, Vice.! B. W. Wmlck 'c...'W." [>lnb.rt f.
wlxh to Ibfarm ere" person within one A. B. Potter. erelsfotd .,
Seven newly ] R. M. ,
girls of Bootb4'rJefleratroll, because -room furnisbed cottage, bnndrudnrllueof We,1'alm Hmwh,timl I oeo.i. BrsoninRCehler qeo WPottef w.H.epltrer ',," ,
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MaeanidA .
with fire-place and all modern conven- im here to repalryuur wa""he..I" and 8III.taat shier ueol.eraantng
realize that their physical lewelryto til your oye with otHliutlor' '. .
they eyes fences for rent for season. Apply. eyealaneee: and to wil you anything you OPEN FROM 9 A. M. TO 2 PM,
tems are weaker and less aWeto endure Real Estate ..nl In my Tina I am nob A winter 'a ,,'e".nl. "akinr b'11I f.
Sheen's! .., Agency.. visitor," but a imrmHnont muilent, ;, a pro ( it""Ii8cted. Collectinn.pram ou day
l the' strain and responsibilities pcity o"'n..III1). Io Co. and parfootly, r.- of receipt Lnftn bought.ad sold oa the riaclpal: c1Ulo Inlbe4 Bw sta.....
Are Honnlbla, for any: buHinew you may have
going to paint house
you Tour $
m tmn.u]( with me. Watuh sad Jowclry; AFBPT'Y: 13QX ES FOB.: :a N.'r: :
of motherhood, ,My observation Is 3o to Pottert Flat Iron Bulldlng.ajid In noel of repairing may b..entbyregletarad 1 .-
mail or.xpna" i.will examine report CAAwAAUUUA.AAw.bau.AAAAAhi.AAAAI: ....
that tbe American 'nation 'is drifting let him tell you about Nw Era and cunt by nturn mail-if DID price ia not __
ti.fiujtory, yon ean order the n"ort '; returned .
to marriages at the- age' of thirty Carrara PainU. They wIll stand, the without h .. I have had twenty "" .
weather and chalk. yaani experience with aunt ot the benthmiani
to for and 'thirty'to pat In Now York and ltaltimme-eix a'earO ftt1abao's? .Steam
eight; forty .=fn : ----. : head Watchmaker and Ontlolaa lumhdttyr'siid'd'fi .. .
thirty-five for' women. Nature never Fine line of 'latest style vinttlng nwnleaf A Cnwby Cy.gteokaanv\lie.These .

cards) and .latest In letters,, at Tb"roplcal an"e that fauM I enlewtand: be my eufllclent'awnr buoineM and- A poet c :* out, agent to your door* Work

Intended them to ,mate so late 'in ) Sun. {Call 'and see aamplef. 1 guarantee latiafaotion every aiM.H. called Side, Ask- for our 1J.t,' aUf.ber. 011. :East or; Wait I,

life.. Happiness cannot be the. outcome .' A..W ALKER,'17lpOk7: 'WATCHfUKER.AND OPTICIAN '
41 of candles Strahai ProwVCLEMATIS
of marriage of that'kind. 'e".k Finest. bakery.a .at the-, M\- Jefferson Block,, ., West Palm ,Beach Brothers' ,
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,Ad I'phl Mo.udA/ cave for thIS >>hip- ""- "-"-'-'-" ---" ....-----......, '......" ,,I ",(;f\(\ ".. .... ."'' y" I J"l. \. iii',

hanka jfelled! Wit year.ig i\ITUfiota.XlJ:1Jes.. (: CPM1>P'TING CA BS ', '" 'j." ... J Ii" ,, (' '", y
; 'UJtIt. : >\ cooo ',, ': > '" ) \ ""' .; .. .. ', "II;
: A Wfltf HGreen.. I/clr/ .It. : ; h"i; Ii ," ,1.\,1' ,
"I i $, .I /j"f ,5\ "'" -, .' :- : 't.t 'r 1.

r)' < the last 'haciil, year, ending \ Qmct9,10 SJ' t m:, ,;, ---"- )( MONn't" : TO ,L II A" ''t :,;;.i(1 I.... ",""::" ,Lr' ). ".{, 'r \, ,.1/// l' 1" ''f.'o, /I'. '(, }",

,f\\' SCUi( aoarly?" : nine millions' ot &' .. '.. ..;:........ ..L..... ;- ), ," : ." r! "
''Wiiuwi. :* .. -J---1''' For ilver troixMeaand"thero. \ onstrp : J ,JI; ,. V ,((1. j" 'j>\,
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HAT ,, i" '
: r ; .iiilan a e .If' YQtJ'UAVR, PROP'R1'V T ",; ,: ': ;,V"i, / \ i > ..';e (J>o/ .l'I"' ;' 1" i 0'1" '
,b la noUiliiR .hotter than": PoWHt'sWtOo' ,_ to < ee.d I1 jQU ey. '. t..; ,\11'.. \ ,," '
omEl f.1elt .l'1iei waqt ImprClvjlan4 "
.bqr' .
r rl :nu1; ;ra'hV' famous llttla I ,' \o. '", \ .
Early; IUs 0(1,' d "tel '
i to do H with apply t fi" ",' -! %
Ti s"-t, S" ..Vest er\'i,0li\\; ,' 't'a' .
,. ; n > pills) They; do. iQt. wealwa ,tne' stowacW Wet-Palm.J: 8cb I 'I"\ '"' ') ':,

|fib- 'th"os> (Already exatbi'! / ,': nci T'h-eir '*otloniifttin."'the' system'" la :;r- ::0' "' \, "' ',,>1 r' ""k" ,, f I, ,1 ::.

'tha b ,mild,' plaawaiit' ;aa4 ,li armless.;', Bob FOR: SACK :" (. ... >{< '' .I> ,,,,,, '. .. .. ,.\ ,, "
; f'Jl OPle ': : \ (" I. u n, :,, 'J! ,1'1 r'IIJ' .., \ 1'
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Moo'reft,': Lat-ayetla/: ;, sa.y" Nous : I c ,' ,':" .I'f'
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o'N '
HI! ', ,,,,. < tallting/'DeWit'S' Little 'Karly.RJSars S1lftRMAlN s 7pOllTv': ,- : .n \ ,',' ',' : Li1'i.\' \ ,;" '. '!/: '. 'I ," '" .i""
J' 'i
,p M' "1''aIl \'" : : A.1ctbe: pills 1 the Inlet, 48 acre land.'io .,. I, '\. .. \\1 ''I,W .
dd their work "fNjI It '' ,I, :
) nt" .: i4 Most 'Afleitive,",, h avd:'aisodi grl pe;and; malio, me sick .lathe acre* garden/: balaoci* pint' ('ap\le.: \ ;,, :- ., ;\, ; j 1 1 "' .;.I'f ., \ ,"',..U.If'IH. ,\ ) \; ., ,: "",.\, ,. 'If','

()s'oha. h h'I.! 'l t1.'VJuctitlor.) : ..) t1A..: stoinaclv1'aid; >ian/ ir cured me; O 300 fruit' trees,' 'ooe. hundred, bAeatrlrt'''gJ) .' .iJ !, ,{ ."J"" Y\\\ ) ', ;h ';'i'" ,,' ,tr v;.',"{ i'. i.w t }',y' Be'uiuCifiirUnllclinn ? 'c ./ ,, ','
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jiG 40 lal'je :,
Bxasit fTiteawetj;; ,auua j"w no, ""tlt,'. J.-I 1J.U0 Earlj'\ : Klsers proved r I '; ,'
b lake !
.And 'uhSolicHtftd-Jiy); '; 'ou,' r pear ,1)01 the;.lonsr.Boushli J feIlet. They are SiHi.! "One thousand tief.resfil.t'fee best ;. r '\' \ "(:<,!,I \ ,J' ''I ':n''. ::1,> '. I \ .01. .i'" ,v.',>!,1..ffiI 't.\'aIIIfil," .. .'
*V W'tli! front. Ideal winter Uotne \ I \ \' '." I'f'II"t(, ;' lr" ,"' i .. j""
-s'' (Wo'rehoutid/ ;; Sytu P.1'.," ,fcaye XiuiB' mry: RKaers. the most reliable fislilnjf. Applf ld.lJ'I *.j''iSs.' '' n" ," \ :"! !"" '\\o', v T {' ".1ff', 'I' c'''' Plgl1ryc'trfq "Ai,,
;! c' :
Beach, FIB: : Mercerized Madras," 'J' ,; ; a'llcv : "
;j! ; 1n6ijf.i family 'and'.can', Ihget'l, Remedy to ary wltli. them. Sold toy' -, '. 'I t/4'r\/ \., ',.. .Jt '
.1i<'&tl1"'tntJj." ''iVl3itJie(\ jaost effective, ,;Ai'q., Ie"t. .' TRADB fORJJAETHALAOlv: \,'ICIt Pretty Deslgua, In, lt-!,qualjtlenSC I V) fl,'! ', f\W\ r' '""1' ; :; N'e t 83a&to&(, k 1'1/'
1 111.\"M..einEldy/flr OR ., '
' coughs and -acrei* fine pintapp1 Cli: \tauil \ ., ,- u" ", we/iht. I, 1
bjtH4. vOtftfet HseU."' 25 'Big Deerfielil. '
mir Brown came l In, from the facing railroad near 430 P ,, .' 11"1', I'd"" .19'1' .
:" $1, 1'A" :; ,. n:: Rlegel, / ; a c .
W lIII1 jAUK' '. "
.0" : '
dress'Cb..lI, JJI"S 4tll'J t .."j ,
> 1' > t86otier -* 'J.t',,\ 11 I I
Irtrlnging A .
: 1" Cypress on Tuesday,i f'la" ,' ,/ .' ,. ,. ,,, '' .'
>tr .I. \ : ," ,
<' ; 1." 7 ,;' "I. { f'i' ; I; \
',,1 ert i dent W. M': :Hollo--. a.ltlns, Ihe' biggest>catch of 'the'The''s'lttes ;" )ja ;, .... ,.. \\.1'1 ',, ;,".'. .' .:..... ; ."" f : 01'..,iI/, ,' ,,,,,.iV".1'J .I ,..' ."iJ ,, ," .1-
\ nouses To RENT' 1 I. .
'mooof .
S6n. pre.aented a f' .'
q .Mlll i c ism Ha'nip 'lIe \ .... .... '' : ', 1'' \
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'. : ,W'rojiVsecretary: and the 'ey. V I ,, ; -;riearly one.thousand, dol-- Y'Ft.JRN.HRDHOUSEFOR' : \ ,.,P1IY"1.fii" .',' "' /"& I,'' ,7-:. .. ..,'( f,'.."
'Vor., position" in the1' Gain* ,lar :.,... Fort MyersPress... NICn ,' fire place' and bath.: ." 6 ; ,' .. ':. ,.,r ''I:", ,>"'V-"", \\.1', "' II"'" ,'..;;./ 'of'I '' I I 'I." ''I," ", .i' \Id'

:, rooms.Plauo 'Address Box ,W.Bt ., ,.... '.,J .r 'I "I "I\{
3334 .. ; "
'tib'gb:; ; 't TaliafcBssee\ > :!;. Palm Beach. "" :' '"'"") IOOTTAGU .. '.; .' \ ,), ", "J 1<,1 ,,;. ,(' 1" 'j ". 'I
; 'and t / "' J ," "
Working ,Night .r : : .\ t '
1 ,' ,. '.., 'I ... ,,'' J /"....."....,,:.. ',:g,"..,..,,'i'.,, .' '. .:, r ""II, ", ., : \\I.
> .f "lIi48tiCtI. ". The busiest and mlghtlftst lItU.thll1gthat' 'J'O 1t..... FURNISHunfufnlsbed. .... ;', .1"fWI':',.' L"HI' '" ''':'''JJI ,lIn'' ;,<<; l., : :' I
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ever,was' made Is'Dr. King's = ... ,
I H 'P."IMi5Gioley '" ., ,
\ .q" 'If. \ "
': lrltio n''and: In con aitaUty. Life Pills... Thfeae1 pills'changeweak* "I ,I, f .. wbii w\1"\ 1i.) \ "I .
,'ftt Mi. K. Orober'Sv,. :ooa ,. r. '1!? .'\ H \
When the'liver ness .liito'.ptransth-- ,llstlensueaa Into .--.-- ,, '; I." "W" : \ ,," "q'"I

>bl1e: the blood becomes energy*, brain-tag ,into\ mental power.; TROPICAL. ,&,.,.'.REALlvESTATB, ACiENCVIPOR .''' ', ,.f,.";' .... } i ..&,.:, ,' ", .An" .Q alhle'. \, I : ,I/' : ,I", """ /. ',11 .\" \ I ; .

1-Q 8', perUeStf, tbe dips' They're wonderful..Jtt .buU' jng''J.h lUe ,.' I'SALBA, .FOPRTEEN-ACRB, I "' ",- ,' ., .; 'r ., ,...,octo6ge"1 I. ;,; I .I, ,;l" ""t. ,,,' ..1., '\ <'n"I.I\o .:,I.f ';ti1r.W"' I\.4i\tIJI"I!*:.... ., 1' ,((,I
/ 'Impaired and the'el. health. Only 25c p r. box; Sold by'all '" : \ 1. I I "
': '' "
"' ,. .'It j raUe from, .the : city.SUlpted \ ". I",.

a, tc ne;jHerblria to the'stomach.: will free; ; druKgldta; V j ? ,,\ ; ,: ; \ from. it ,last ';year 2200 crates otpineapples. 'J "'," ,,, ,. ', ,,'> 4< ......,.,. 111ii"V\ \ "" '"#II\w!....,',' II <, ," ,"
: IJ.5< >, Tbe, t biggest; bar. .. I,
8; strengthens1'Khe! ; ap- According) thfr 'Savannah'! News \ X :: .."... ,

'improves' the cOm, "was l fepenfc.Jtt, ..jSava.n.nah.'Jtdr: gain inJPad i" g>ui> ty., ''s 1 ., "I), 1" .
$615t>o0/, 1110 ',' '." ... ....1 '..\I! .,
ew.i' 'llf a,Jiad, vlgor'to' bottle. !'9 or.hli. ( Christmas :'*'' i iKo East yi(3e': 1ukftfront, ; property ,!a)4:i) ," : .,,', ',: ,. '1<'; \ ". ,. ." :..... ., '.
'fOo\Pents'a'\ mile north of-Royal Poitictana Hotel: '
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rege small ColtrtKOj; : owner uon-iesklent. Will ,!- ,' ''A "," ', ,, I,' I'
Plty'Shown ...... #
sell lche -- ...
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> .p- ,, .
in i .in j,
rstrawtoerj-les have1' ftUj F r' years (ate >\Vas net we con- v \, fy
j '}'td/ihe, New YorkJfOg tinously'1 writes. F;. '':A."Gulledgs, V rbena ''' Town'lots for and farm ,l Inds' for; -sal j?i! .., :;', 'I., \,,'
Write prices. I
Of .
Ala., 1 tad a., terrible case
C l a .quart. '' all I and hotels for rent. '
pilea causing 21! tumorg When Cottages

"" failed Bucklen'a, :Arulc: \'. .Salve1' cured W.; .1. Metcnlf, :Mauager, BRA.NNI'N'C' BROTH"ERS J

Paired,. .' Lumbago., me.' Equally' gpod tor burns: and all VVebt Palm, Beach: Fla,' \\\
;((' '
aches and pains-" -'Only ,2l c at; all drug' '. .,
(manClilcago.,; writes Mar. : ,....... .. 11s fies' 'Otitfittel1s. "
j 'laving, teen ..troubled'with Stores. ., 'J" I. t
,'aft* different times"and .tried PROFESSIONAL CARDS.LAW. .' '

,f.'Ilcl' n after another;; then dlfJptmenisland ;A Florida' State Fair ..Asaoclattonhas1'been ,, '. "A fit.. I It J"jJ, ,

liniments, gave organized la c Tampa.for, the I''' : t .... .... .... -- .... .... ., .., ,I. .

tether:' .SoI, tried once more; purpose, of holding. .an annual StabaFair. \ "' .. ... .. .
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LI : ...
ta, bottle of Ballard'a Snow : CO.ATTORN?. OIl.J .GWUU'1'l L' 'J'f .r. .... IL',
: 111.
nt,. whlcb)gave me',.almost' tnollet. H" ----- '.,' ,' 1Ai "!:, r
1 can. cheerfully iecomt \ 'EMNp CvtlN9 UOtl. ; en you buy.bread, why not have 'I .
U and. .wlll add my name to' your JBrutally'irottured. J tha. Ibeat? The splendid reputationMaJeJvsklV BULLETIN,. Louisville' &; iN[shv I e'R.i R1 /
\Ve" Palm Fla :
Beach ,
that bread la making for Itself ?
Hormor-sufferers./ 25c..- 50q, lind ,''A. case came'' 'to light for persistent !" 1
*' by A.- d. HlegeU and unmerciful torture has perhaps Is duel to the care taken la baking. It i .OFB1RGRINS- 'iI. >'.
'l : 4 never 'been equaled( ; "-Joe.GoToMclc, ofColusa ("' !:o OQIUUJi. II 'alw aYI the best; its quality can,not!: PASTES 'TIM'E, 'PINES-t.' : stiii v'" c :' .
:!SlV'lorlda"Vyiqier: Bible Confer-. 'Calif., writes. 'For IB years I be. ,excelled, Try It.. To All I ,:.

.llJ, be? h6t4,.,-\lils'winter1 in Jh'eof endured insufferable pala fro-ra rheu"inatlsm' Attbruey a.n relieved me WESTP\LM 'BEACH. FLORJDK'H. Do Not Suf pcarus Cough.Wheit i
.Febrlt ry., from, -the 6th ..tohe and nothing ; >, ''. ,? $, and, \\I
I everything known. not :
though tried you have, a cough do '
( conference will l be' Jield l atlle .Bitters and it's' 1'., UHANJMINO try "J'. NORTHWEST ,
came, across Elactrtai( to suppress It, but remoi."t\e cause. ; (I., I
'and. 'large 'list of prom-, the greatest mediglna on earth for that The 'coug h la only a synipH; Attor oDd (} uniIJe1Jo "fi.L "
ctttrernwill -. be la. attend .1ce.' trouble. A'few1 bottles of It 'completely -) eJ7 W' disease, itad: ,th3( disease W what you ), ,' //o'r, < '. ,, ,. ."" ,. Sleeping, ears, dally from Oft ,'inl,'

... II relieved -and.'cured; me.' Just as .(ORlce'o.er Bank) should cui\e\ then the cough will stop of i Oiik ',Chairs r., to be 'sold at '''''oIJI\ SO VIII to, ..: ,!i
!! good, for liver and kidney troubles and WEST,PALM PEACH, FLA; oC: itself ')The most, common cause of 'f ... bl'blll1gbaU1, '
rli iale P. ,B, Martin" L, L, ,U.verly debility. Only ,50c. Satisfaction ., ,.......N ,Ift!ville'; ',, ...
cold. : .
general Anodynes wlll \ .
1tOJ'i coughing liTs ; ONE'D! rr..Aft'1.A; 1' .:;:r ..nl"Ule ,,- '
Texas/writes:, "Of a morn- guaranteed -by all druggists'. Q EO. Jtt.A .' IN ,.,: promptly sUp res8 the cough.and preparations I .Cbl ;J':) r' ,' i\h\ ;,,', ,

ion first arising. I often. find aBoma containing chloroform, opium V / '. "Sr." L aJO us it", j'
COl.ll 4e/or.at.1'aw. :
"collection ""of ,' 'phlegm, Up to last 'weelc Southern California ) 'AttorneyWill and etc., are usajl fV>r that purpose, but Bed Spriugs, Mftttresses, Cots, Prnaucolaaiobil ,

prodacas & cough, and :is ,very had/shipped1' :J.417 cars of oranges and practice; lit State ui Federal Courthi. fhey! do not cure) the cold. Chamber'Iain's I i.. : hl a"(J ,Nev Orleans'
.dislodge; :but a'small quan'tl- 215 oars, of"lemons since Nov, 1st.' the TITUSVILt.i T: FLA; .. Cough'ReiBedy on the other pureaUs., Washstands- and-, :.

Hilary's :aiorebound.' Syrup will beginning of-the"season., :*, t 7' hand does not suppress the cough., but \. \ FINEST DINING R SERVICE* It?;,
I'dislodge It; and the trouble t *_ -,-' 'V' ,ly AflfiTCAJLlV: \'.. relieves It by removes from thethroat' \ -, ''I'I ..'' .i TIlE ,SO'QTH"ELEGANT "

[I, I know of'no 'medicine that "i Night' was He Terror., TTORNtY..A1.LA .. ', and Jungs the in\cus which obstructed TaMes" ;' .I'- ,; ". FRBB
'and- It IB so pleasant \ and allaying '
mtoMt 'would cough, nearly all nightlong the breathing, \ VI'; '
'I ''BLfC,
N01.ARy'. \ CHAIR
:"Jl: can most cordially recomto : the and tlckfi|iUf! in the M I : CARS,
ofAlexandria. $Jrrltatlon
Cl Applegate .
writes f\ir. as. Wtiii uraotloum ac. j\ui .
all needing"a medthroat Oouitty1, i persona' Ind., "and could hardly get Courts % \ throat. It also opens tKP Don't forget the place Ron.te..cf the, famous'
01' lung; trouble, 25c, conauraptlon so bad LAND CASES: : A. IIP: cl.\i.'H. and effectually' and permanently cures lt '
|[';$t.OO.. Sol4. by A.,,O, Rlegel.y that-any sleep.if I ,walked a .block I would cough Ottluein TuopiOAt; SUn Block, the cold as well as the couglA- For sale ; > CHICAUP, \,.. .'Tlr-& FLORIDA.!,... !.,,, LIMITED", *'
when Weft Palm Boaoh. Oade Coua y. IlarUlaA by all druggists and medIci' e' dealers.'The Be'!
"u. Carpenter. tha w UknowD'l1t frightfully ''and spit blood, but The Exchange .- sine your'tickets
three$1.00 J
all Other medicines failed J L WJ
n laweyr and'president' oflea KI Jt'iI New. rMscovery very latest In laces! e. ..end vU
bottles .of ;pr. ., S Schreb- i at the Palms Corner
Lawyers* Club la company wholly cured me and J. gained 68 ATTORNEY AT-LAW lest trimmings, etc,, at Carl "* fL. ,N ,

|;r,friend made 'a bicycle( '.trip pounds." It's, absolutely guaranteed to and, NOTAHY PUBLIC nlck'a Bazaar, Clematis aven J. B.-McQirNLEY, Prop. GEO.. B. HBRRJNG

mance, 'from Havre' to-'Mice. cure Coughs,' 'Colds. lAG rIppe, Bronchitis ';Agent. the V. S. Fidelity A Omnatr Co ol dfce Majewskl -
and LungTroub Finest line of candles at Frt: a ,!"allSenge1 A ent L, rN.R. R
: and all Throat WI'tI:: Md. ; ; < ,,
te s1 greatly,em! Joyed the trip. les. Price 50<-and $100. Trial,.bottles' OIHiie. at corner Aveuu*' an ,, xThe. 'CIK.UOI Street, ovur fotter'a ble1cl..illtol'l\t\ ,
all stores.
free ,at: : drug) "

Coughs and !=old", .. ". _,"l-4-19oa." r' ,W.E8'l'PALM. ." BEACHi'" ,,; .1'" r : : f I

ilghs., colda arid pulmonary ; .. Directory C.
.BIs that are curable are quick \ West Palm Beach Fla., haa an'abund*-- *,, A; DUPQNT'SLivery

by One Minute- Cough Cure. ance: of funds: to I loan farmers., n.9tf.; 7" : ; : 11OO1. >-, ':JJ1. O, .It .., .

the phlegm i draws out Inflam- r ., I, ,
p. & A, n.
of'Chatn-* :
5Vhen' 'blllloua! try a dose'1 PH s/ciiN'MIO 8IJROirJN .
and heals and soothes the afpartsstrengthens. ;
;\, ..the lungs, berlaln'B .Stomach and Liver Tablets 6lflue OTer" f otter's .bicycle- ,.tor., AJTESTfALM :. \ Harmonia-' Lodge No. 138 F. 4A.k. : and

.pft pneumonia. Harmless and and realize: for'onca how quickly a BEACU. Benlileoce' ouar KoyalPolnclana meets, In"'the Masonic hall the apnd :

Jt to take. Sold by A. O.'Rle. first-class up-to-date medicine will correct Hotel J/ALM, BEACH. ..l'J1KU. > and fourth Tuesdays of ,every' I :
sale by all druggists "
the disorder For '
\ "'* and ntedlcln: dealers. I'OXTJbitC, Ai. !>., month at 7:30: p. m. All visiting Sale "Stables

\ .' brofhera are cordially Invited. A.N11-

!v years ago1 tbe, farmers :'oWnail _____J : .....__ ;.:. .:'_"___" ";''n n-ua-9fl w EHT'' PALM B EACir. FL.A. son,' W. M.; ,J3. L. Hosford. eq'jr. "
ien1), of the wealth of this 'counit' '" g n.. p \.ura xur liuigcabiwiiI ,
l ad'vao 'us*'"Chamberlains Sfonuich* and D.1.NTA1'If' R. A. 11.\ FtA.
such has been the e ,. ,.. HASTINGS,
Liver Tablets for .lixllgestlon and :find .. .
and build- ; Lake Worth Chapter, No. 24, ROTalArch'
ufacturing railroad Case, better than,any 11. j\tAOY' 1" '
that they suit m/ 1) .. Can supply '
I Masonic on Coast
ent. .. Masonry, meets in the aU1Oe therEast:;
.'they now own but,22 per. dyspepsia remedy t have ever' tried ;
there haa been .no decline. InKuial and 1 have used many different' reme :*',"" 'OEN T/S1'-I. ; .:: '';; Hall the first, and third Tuesday of 'wltt" :"'

values.po dIes; I am nearly fifty-one years' of i Office in Jefferson Block -- 'eyer' ?' m nth. Cl. It Mattby, H P..,

\1'1 aga, and have uttered a great' deal WEST PALM BBACH-i -. '. .'. ..FLOR1IWDUi ; FF... .... Bahnaon, acting secretary. HorsesfvMule3Harnes3"i

;\ Stomach .from Indigestion. I'can eat almast ,", ............... -''s
Troublesbmach ; .
J ,
More J3. LIOOY < t
,, Qeo, W. Emory !
anything I want now iftll
trouble, is removed by ;; Rock Mills,. Ala. For sale by i all ':;>AW./: H ,*. : ;; I.. O. O. P.- CoWBJ < beer ''Single 'or Double

ot, Kodol 'D/ftpepsla Cure;, It ''and 'medicine .dealers. r IJciitlst ..-. -I' 'Lake: 'Worth Lodge No.43, Independflt ,, of j E vernii .
druggists '
stomach, perfect) rest by di. ;, Olflctt Flrvt door weK. 'of Dade Conntf'-St.li .. Order of 'Odd Fellows, meets: In '

pa what you eat :without the atomltd. Cal tier's Swls Milk'Chocolate.' ; i 'fBank ,< ,,. -.'" ; ; the'' Masonic Hall; Clematis' avenue und SapoJJjyStreets.. Xiao 'a <::Buggies,, arid'
The, food builds up the Is' WE ,. ALM 'Ju\Cn., 'LRARC.lIfTBC 7:307' ..Visiting ( alee rvlnKti6rae| ,
the rest .restores ,tbe: stomach Something new In. town. :MilkChocolate' every Thursday, evening; \at"" pair o >

lh.,"'YOIl don't .have.to diet "- just 'imported: from'Swltz.. :' TAND.: t BUILUER. brothers always cordially welcomed Wagons

t when,, talcltt Kodol Dyspepsia erland* : by'' Bro dwell, &' Moore, ; JU "' .". H., S.< Miller N. O., EL Ku:- \ ''." (. /

/.X,' D. KrsWneof ,Allenvlllo >: HlMlMkM.- MM MH, ,-lMlHMHlWMA. ., rl chel..Jaeo'y.> '. 1 ,_ .. I IG AT "

,lSa18,'"I suffared heartburn' and 'Bought .CharnbetUin'n Cough Remedy ANDJP..Box934 BUILDER;, -_. i REASONABLE. PRICESv.Ti.i
C.ONRAqroR, "T'
for some time. My f ft.; .. l' ', K", of p" 1//
trouble ,
,-laxv,'hua had the earns trouble "Mr' Fil.W.and J.-FleUbSrl1.cent I"i j"P'tlend.* druggist* In : -- 'It' j;;Nj3vening" Stat; Lodge. No. 46. Knights G 7HA L' R RST &. SON ;\Write! him, '1/ tY'ahpve: addreiij .

not able, to ea.t for.six": weeks, ; j. WEST: PA.U'BE (m,1i.. ;? *
i Victoria Australia,-says:.' "A customer: ., oJp Pythias, meets the second and
"wate1'l Af-t
.$11 entirely! 'warm pleased with Cham lit month In Contractors and! BuildersEarly' ., .. ,
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( alia was1' entirely cured: I Ui .Ma ,' at p O. BOX to* ,. "
and 18 In' good had'us !rt for.bee children'when suffering C'O. J. 'W. 'Sanders.K.. of) ',l, tJTJ'it"S. : : ) "t'
eaU heartily from colda and croup, that during ; Montfort ; ., '.
? am. gUd totsay' Kodot gave stis obtalned.'at'myshop ,Poultry > ::R a fortnight's time, : "'" Dt.'rll Risers
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her friends 'in different: ;, parts, of the : Red ,Men The famous llttla, pills .. {( !!$$Jn- \' nf Xl".;)'..

.... ,, ',, .. state, ,telling'them. How, much' good it /'F rrn. ':Hypoluxo Tr.lbe.NOj: 28, -Improvedl '
I buslo1it>''pla.ce r around' DalJaadjyrup had.-done and advising them'' ta' give i i'White Order' of Red Men meet* 'in Zapf'a 'oa* -. X" "

*" n.1tJfo4Jjl:1' ? }'::)n ''' factory.. it a, trial.". For ,salr ,by all .druggists. !' '' I\ < j F.day\ot'e! ch week' 'at"7th run and (WI. F.ENT N ;'e0.
Jill has.-no-w been funning about and medicine' dealers, ; WbtU. 'Y'y IJ. 30tlr-treaJil( "* '. x &: .
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..the mill :'ls iftbout 120() gallons. ,o.{ and lumbago: He was finally'ad- .', Jlypoluxo". Tribe"of ,Haytnakors, No. .. ::i ,5

'/" : dajr,, _l Go Land. ..Newa... .'.t'ied.to try1':: Cntmberlaln'tf Pain Balm, ,f )V'. (A I .: ..' 26 '1-3 meets "on the. last Friday of kr. ,Embalmers' **

".I which; he'did and it Mf acted a 'cotnpletecure. ,,) /,. .,,lU"u',I' .'CC uJ&\J. ; >! j". '_ e ah .joonth..la., Zapt'a _hall,,. .. '; :

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? "ihati-fieaia .wltfcou'ti: aTaca'r' alt' drasslsts, arid medicine, :dealers.\ 't ..I' .1 W:; 'Fenton: ,' ;< collector' \of_(straw' *, Grub r.' Block;.N rcl'au3.Street: WESTLPALM:, ,8CACHf.FLA? ,
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1nt on'tmulnesrt. blank loofe; at Idner'a., ,The busf ,ess will bo coutlnuecl J under I laiiairB \ \ > .. "I'j ( lt\r. thlt'att. of n"itii tl
)' : the '' ,of, the '' I \\I'" :: <.... ..I '11'\' ,, .. '
aa jisltors to Miami font Wanted': A rirs'tc'la'sathoroiiKhJy J1J\\iiae Polnclana o rocl'Y, '" I ''"''''' ..'1',..' "IIi', ',' ,I.: 'prlnltng. cannot' I
gardener; 'grid"'the :hew firm assume! all of lUc I 3tCYCLE '"' ., ,. '''' ,
?,amber "' "
and "
4 ; son, Cat! OP I'.
/ competent and 1table i / '
/ 'r 1f)'bI1lt1&1f of tile -old. All bills due dr:', usdce The'; natural I t'Cofo' 1 i8. de,1Cate shades ot brown and ,
zne tip from Miami Sat- Address! with references/ et0i. P: ,t)' flnn : AND : 1
e utned with relative onvagond -;, Box', 485,"),West. l'abs'''' Heath; ',',, ;2f; .' : must be-; palj'-to' Clark & Malht. I : ..e Sifahave lo coufi'ferpartte' (to [Rhe| '+*' >tla' of Artificial color. 'Vcrex'f: *
,''I* Mr"a'nd'If'' : / firs;; Joe' Karmart:"and:," lttip' FINE' F1r4J.)pPLES, I JNG GOODS : Just be .euSt8'W.:)1 :" :0 ap> ,!refeUtedl'Ii.<:.l.!t" .'' ,?fc l la a sa?ltary i product; will) not J

twos 'don, wjro" hate' pees; visiting1' Mr.Bai-: I II : arbor germs 1.\It.\ .. iuOlhrwIU,, : .nil,g,!t,acp) tt ,
,6ne and ; } ... the New York Packer ot the 31st I SPORT ORE ( '>; "
0. MadJor 'serVici"; man's-' parent at the Bar man;'Houae,' 'J \ We cordially'|luvit yo. '. *; visit ourtbre'aad;' ) look'over. '

tiara HAidware'a''rCuniSr Lett:,, Sunday ..nlght; for their''homeIn: flit" says: I "(g"!O Beach :. turlineof "Everytbloif fol enntlle, v"'i v:' :',.'/'
",W. ' Jacksonville.. ,, a;: : a grower 11> '
BS '* W" "i'fl' ... 8iutgx *. l' e
< 6x9, .
ijLntactrlctiinli.i.Dy S3. I : ; Jensen, FU., Is'In the city; this week, j Pal Art square ,,' :,, ; "{ t '
| >( ,pro- Cragio. IU)) "r inity' have ar- 11.. I '//5--\ '
li'1''i(; io' 1Iand' from' sweet! from.- \'hllaajoJphia,, and am. comfortably and Is making: his headquarters with Plori i cycles ., ) Rugs 18x36,;,-fj-* <'..3011,60: :, 6'f12. ... '

i'btgn nga7, ended hla .domicile\ In their,>>pretty win- the H.: R. Brackett Co., 312:! Washingtonstreet I 3. ;J "Cre1' Furniturefw. hladeintwohondedeu3fif' / y shapes. tit
High Grade Eyries > ', '
q # r'phhi la t uu- ter home on the East Side for the who handle his shipments on 'land styles i "i.' 9 i '. i '

.i, h (l h'ls market. :Mr. i .... .
\, neason. Gilmore comes from Sui.Sporting .. '
\ ','
wag ft1e4 in +thdl The entertainment committee of ''the the'' heart of the pineapple belt of I f

xl4r17 '' ii' FJotld''' ;'aul,. talks very Interestingly of I .'' i 6C1(1'fFlstiing \
onilayj, Utopia1 Club has arranged a german ...
(htf Industry of hIs section. '
r toRt' of for tomorrow evening, and the members pineapple 1 \L1. r .t.rEr' .
Me say's that i
most 'of the land In his T-l '
; par nAt ofuteld SIt the Club and their ladlea, are I 'y '

'& 19oUr.( looking forward to>> the event with much section has bean taken up by pineapple I ;. AmmunTfifc4' .iT 41OAMUBN "

tr $s4o, pleasure, ;'The: german will be led. by< growing -as these lands are desirably' : '..
/ \ adap'ted.'to''plneapples.: J This< particular New lira and Carrara Painta "
Mr. !
lac ii Mr, and ; W. H. paCamara. '
'wn.a Ii I-
noRtiom Is 'high ridge which Is 1
:rke4' to Nest hl 'parent9AldermaJj! and 'Mrs. E;; ,W. "There has been an extraordinary1: ; ; Orient Buck) UimriJH arid Motor I' 1 yx3

ylreauming has d. ; 'aernhr.during. the holiday, left growth Of' pines In this section during .J ,, npl4
repair shop Sunday night for Bartow, -to, resume the last three years. The variety =

c Iron Build- hJI( studies ;tin iths.' South Irlorlda MU known as' the "Bed Spii'nIsh," are almost < ', APntEsal ; 'I \ I :

r'w f Clary: Institute .exclusively planted in this sec )e'll1/'lt'iJl'!' twit (StationaryArmtmr'o : 'S

bf 'will stand ,Chairman OeD, W.\ Lainhart, 'of the ,tlc,>n'; known as Indian river I ', Eug'inPMAgPnb/ \ ., S' l + ,

..it ear .ii'ahiaglea' Board of 'County C Commissioners, 'wen$ "F. W.' VVllles Is another large grower I i t ''e I If

t;} > dt Ask 'tor a to MIami Sunday nlgh. ,, to be present' of Jensen, who has a large plantation I ..
Amerltim, Slnpes, Wily .. f
: +1.
Adjoining Mr. Gllmore's. lIe
at the
; tara Jlardorlda -; monthly meeting of the Board
"son & Toonifr's .and PHlnter't4
t'. ?Pdj 4 +. t which was held Monday and yesterday ; has Just 'planted 200 acres, which are FPrtiliz"rsB. I .

.' This .was Mr. Lalnhar 's las shedded, Both Mr. Gilmore and Mr. E. GKUBER
meeting .he succeeded Willes strive to grow only tbe best I ,
'' being In this
'its ST""
te winterd4sunuary M. ,
t, Together these POTTER each, t I I Florida 3 \
10th. district ''by E,-tl.. Dlmlck., variety'of pines. gen- I

e, trains each' The Haymakers', entertainment j crates tlemen, all will of ship which upwards will be otV handled 81(>,000 IL -.----- I I West Palm,. b. \r\.. .."......"...,.,... YYY't'..".. .....".'"" .......... '.. r

lof travel Ja In dance .drewa,, crowded bo "seSaturday AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAIAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
by the E. R. Brackett Company." Above and rolled" down nearly to where
ttgulre; them all to eveningau'd one1''"of the most enjoY'"' be stood. Looking up, he saw something --- ---'-------- ,

artie' able 'and satisfactory performances DESIRES' POSITION AS disappearing behind a rock. lie I -/11111:111 ,,",
la' '
k ;the well known ever, given In ,Zapf's. Hall was ren- IADY References. Apply followed again and again catching BOARD \
acker;,, left Sunday. dered. After t 'conclusion! ( of the Tropical Suu. sight of'a dim figure that; If It were a TA ,..r.
man from Its must "
I judging garments
villa? where ho went Interesting program dancing waa engaged
be a frocked priest lie chased It to a IrTE
I/of fine milch cows In'until midnight. JANUARY WEATHER.
? point near the crust, when suddenly he
ed for his dairy at It stand out -on a'rock directly .. "
The first .excursion of the season toMunyon's H. P. rfardwln'; of the Jupiter weath, saw clearly r' '
t ''expected home In a. '1IIIan above blm. It was a woman. To SOTJTIIEt.N I RALEhGh* a 1l
<{ was run Sunday af- er bureau has prepared the following 0
ar' reach liar he must make a long detour, '. ,, VWASHINGTON BALTIMORE j '
ternoon'when the steamer Palm\Deach data covering a, period ot seventeen but she. was within reach of a shot \aOELPHIA. NEW YORK .?" .'
tng secured the carried quite a large party 'or pleasure years, from which some Idea may be from Ills revolver SAVANNAH, COIUNBA, ,

,Board: walK along the seekers"'to"'the Island. The boat let had as to what the weather:, will be "Halt .tberel" he commanded. RICHMOPNHDILAFd nt Prams a111'

:the Breakers: avenue the f'erry dock at 2:30 and returned during the present month. The data The figure stood still for a moment, s ro Seaboard Mail

ill, and w rk''-w1ll 1 b<5 at 5:30, giving the excursionists ample furnished Is not to ''be construed aa a .then started! on TWOS Els ake t 'AN EQUIPMENT! 141 ,

near The. main pbr- time to walk over the $Island and forecast, but will show the kind "of "Halt or. I fire. Seaboard Exress '' nPOLT.Mpugl 1VE .. ;
"le "Jose, would you kill your Juanafasked .
to lie .built of lum-
see ,its beauties. weather that has been, experienced for oft voice ." uDERN Yr '

ln'd,\ rock will toe used The machine shop of'Messrs. Fowler the past seventeen years: "What a YOU Juaha1 Sanchez" ONLY ,.", Eram./

ir t The average temij' ].ture of Januaryfor "Yes, L""What ,
Brothers &
King, on the lake front.
.'ter, and be happy. R. is one of the busiest '.places) In the city. 17 years has ,toejuftll'egrees.' The t' are you doing here. ,, sweetheart Operating Daily Through 'T p
..stree't.har highest (emPCt:. >JII>'iW/.h: ? '
average ,
\ This shop has recently been completely ., r-Jacksonville to New 'C.i Gen ruarHed mething ,
"I about to
: am light a signal flre.
: delightfully month was January, 189t, t' Va' .
en- -
*.JiJa.wJf* having./-*
<.j 1 > ,
equipped with new and modern "
ma- !lie to make father dictaC&uru'v
bers of'her tines In mean temperature was 73-2:= degas,.., ; plot your for lull Information 'and Sleeper regervatione, call on any > \p?' !,!
chinery, and the plant \* being work- ft'ti '/UduovfrGd. Come to me r
the lowest January, 1893, With Seabo-rd. or write '
war '
at her north
;, f I &
'e4 to Its \utmost capacity getting nnct r 1a' / and get you away with
i day evenlligr; The launches and motor boats,, that ply the of 00 degrees. The an'f'average out dls'cii j.,..,f." A. 0. M-ACDONEtL S, <'; BOY'Lt'To r t tAse't

.eepbgwith) the sea- .watera, of take Worth In thorough temperature reached In the month "I sbairWsbt the signal." 1 Geni'Pftsa.: Agt. ; Passenger A i iJr '
young:'peoplo' ,Who for the I on January 29, 1895 'when the thermometer "Juana I Implore you, desist, .or I i' .iackeonvtliejrirGla,
repair season, besides doingIts '
)j very enjoyable eve- registered 83}. the ,1pw1fst I 'shall have to take yon to the city,
'truota of general repair work.
where will be shot. Mendoza will
5 reached): was 31 degrees on Januttaa; : you
q' Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Burlcholder delightfully 1898. -tf V ,...(7jt' spare you because you' are a wo40. wewf3
.fled in the circuit .
entertained a number of tithe rainfall duringJanuary
Monday, >'n Which: C. average '1'h'e girl without reply pushed on up
friends with a'New Year's dinner Monday 3.81 Inches. Jr Jri"
:F :Miller & Brundage.'aotloni for 'the period named was the petik.
". at their -pretty lake front home. The greatest amount of rainfall 1nazy'one ""Juann. dear heart come back," call- ,.
the case
on 984 inches in 1898.
The Bungalow. Among those enjoying ; was ed'her' lover. "It Is death either to you r. .tiapa 1 r rv
tlllg writ of of clear for
Pllt gar- Average number days r'i
I//damaged U, V. At-. the hospitality; of Mr. and Mrs. Burk- he month hag' been 12; partly cloudy, or 'me." 4 ; .r ,. .

!i'Clalr Abrams !have 'holder were, Mr. and Mrs E:W. Hern 13; cloud/", 6, She'went on without reply till she SOT.i
r don|,, of Baltimore; Mr'and Mrs. Langley Prevailing winds have been from r reached the summit There was but .

'7 (:,\.:attorneys, for plain- Mrs Stfrae Mr.: and '.''Mrs.. Chae.'B. the southeast with$ an average velOcIty -] one thing for JOBS to do to prevent her /1 A i" '
of 10.2 miles per hour. On January lighting the eignul-to hoot lior. .
Kendall Mayor I.
ur Currleand lQ 1895. the wind blew for a timeat A match
she covering
Teach- sputtered
the State
; \
,which adjourned In ,Mr..B.. P. Turner.. the rate of 30. miles per; hour. I from the wlud' with her bands. It b 'r i 2 4 iYy Ott f Sr ,Srv

rday. .the name of To '''night (Is the time for the'flremen's -?, went out, and she lighted! another. ,

'Was changed, to the I ball, anA It Is learned that the. Ugh ting *tate, Signal I been This time prepared be saw for that-her. a ftla bonfire revolver had 4, '- rl r. sly. I eJq .0 o'clock'+reeotr.

public haVe been generous Ini ,
kal -very- rn-
AssoclaUoThe. : wad In his, baud cocked but he was S'-S'' '1" >S't .Ahohavo
Ioelatlon'unanimous1 -" tronlzlng the event many tickets q, [OrlJrlnl1l,1- irresolute The second match went la aW4-. --j &?* :i5'?!

,: the Invitation to having already bl'el1'disposed Of. The A horseman 'wearing; a sombrero, an out. There was one more chance for i : p j m% Continuously q

r \"ual\ selsLon In MI- entertainment Is being given for the embroidered jacket and trousers dashed him to save ,his life by taking hers. j aSS,5 $ Q Ira taken from
' purpose of helping' to 'raise' funds to up to a'cq rop in a palm grove. Again be heard a scratch. This time + ; ; V. WW> ,,/ F S ati only i>hQrt, ,

"j. apply to the purchase", of .a fire alarm "The president!" cried, a sentry, he raised his weapon. The match -
,?_ 'at The Tropical brInging his musket blazed out. lighting; up her face. lIlt
bell, and every business man In the ,to> a present
;(.. kind of engraved "Turn out the guard! ". threw his revolver on the ground. She 0 +l yf state of peeervatioo1
city give boys ,
lonery: and visiting In tbelryentcrpfTae. The horseman without noticing the touched the match to a bit of paper.. Jspf3 I

sentry, the guard turned out In his The signal was ablaze. (
WrVjf V irl fl a Is now In tha parlorsrof '
SeV the ';Gambler tandems, ,at: R. B. honor or a group of officers who rose Jose descended the peal and called r \ ( ,
(n: seventeen, mared Icon & the funeral dtwnr -
1 ; Porter's, Olive'street.! tO)alute him; threw hImself' to the his men to a rally on the center, thus Tri-Weekly Sailings Betwho ** "
In Dade county buri ;
the prepare tt for ,
ground while the commandant of the giving signal Hghtef.an opportunity .
\\tiot i December. elev Engineer: Franklin 'Sheen has completed outpost advanced to meet him. I fT to,- make her n.-wpnt-- ----, 'unobserved. v

Jiles and eix to white( paving operations! on Clematis: .JIuJor," Bald the president Va, plot waited In his camp for the doom ,JACKSONVILLE # NETb0ly ot, the cbU(1 has not yet ).

.White', were; -.Wl11laJ1l'la' avenue as far west, as the ,railway' has been discovered to depose me nnd ,that had been promised him" In case Calllnit, at Charleston. 8.C., both wa.T..fouUd, but! the lake Is' Still being ;

Lee'Smith, Henry crossing, and the big ten-ton road roller make Ito erlgucs Sanchez dictator. Tonight '' of fiyiure. It wits not long before a THE PALEST STEAMSHIPS IN THti! COA TWled.:; and It Is POW believed that h

[zabeth 'S Ybo1d, Oeo, was, brought Into service' Monday sIgnal fire Is light \1 on ,, hundred horsemen dashed up seized c'r.YDE 1m .be recovered by tonight.

fena S. :Faucette, WJ1l.iid .- "mornIng. In a. Jew days the avenue I he top of-the peak overlooking your, I hIm placed him in theta center and THE NEW ENULAND AND: Qo arrangements: wIll be made for ,,
rode with htm. Be taken
\ Alice M. Davis, will be 'as; smooth!!, as 'a marble slab, I camp the revolutionists are to close In nway was Direct service DIl""Le funeral until the. body of the
to the but had no' sooner entered
on.the city from different points,-make II city '
find Mrs. P. HScott! and no, city In Florida, will be able to' me a prisoneror murder>me'and proclaim I than,the !gates were ,In possession of .' .IACSONVIU.E"BOSTON. AND P hlld is found. .4.1
,,1 boast of a prettier re. Engineer I ,. AND ALL EASTERN POCalllnr.t *
lUnd Ella Curry 1 tborougb.
Sanchez! < We are not' ready, nor the revolutionists. Ills guard carried bothSEMI.wEESLY,5ALa f I '1;
Ht<' court will conveneMonday Sheep how: has, a force at work''west \ will we' be' till the troops ordered In him to the plaza, wnere the presidentwas r' Charleatoq ]AROID ROOFING

January 9, of the'rallroa<
ifrccaslon", for"a grand carry the 'paving' on to Clearwater at all hazards the lighting at,tile attAck. As-soon aa he saw Jose Ala Northbound From foot of Clk One, two and three-ply Parold loot'v'

' | laker! as rapidly as 'possible signal. You fire not.to do this, revealIng man his eye was ablaze,with fury tars permanent' roofs. Red rope N
In crtmtrod -
witnesses '
'e- : that the plot Is discovered.Do "Stupid I Incompetent! The tusk Ii CLYDE ST. S roofing for temporary roofs and ;
to attend, air A prominent farmer who opnratna you understand?" gave you was simple. WJiy: did you JOHNS ;

[,1 Jfio'rmed: the clerk, ft:, extensively..south'WJ the Clt'y stated ,"I do, your excellency.. let the fellow slip through your lines?" '1 ... Between Jacksonville hit f sheathing. East Guaranteed Coast umber, to, give and satisfaction. Supply- "Xi I l

)So criminal business yesterday that the tomato acreage in "Remember, any failure on your part "It was not a man. but a w man. I Stopping at Palatka Astor, St. ? Francl. Beri>d> : Company.. 'ja-&-tw ..'
g ed ,at that' timer Civil Dfde -" I I I n i I m ,
111.. receive 'attention smaller 'than last, there perhaps nutlnlr' plaza" shot her before she did BO." \ I Commencing Tuesday,' NO\, hi a(
i "And why didn't:you t" Do you use fertilizers Potter soflj ;
held Jan4ecord. ,than .half the acreage of !Te8.your excellency: In\ hod- '
In ;
ifm'f be more Cat' .
Loul, Mpniloza., turned "Becuntie 1 preferred tot\ die I r : them. Flat Iron Building, opposite ;
\Last year and, the!: year 'beforeHe, .the president place." 1 Hj>. Steamers I \"'owd of park. AI
and .
galloped aWI1i"MojoI: ; Jose Ala- Fred JTengtben ,
making ulxIon stated that while the crops were be'jigh "That stall do at once." tiMendona
lls, ar 1 : man aa soon an it was dark posted his '
account of tee Arc appvlnud to Mil as follow*!-t,., ve ci ,
lT back som wbat.on. allll. for:"a'; platoon, wbU's the Doj j
,1n: strawberry men about the peak aa nearly in toucttft Botontlng leave NOTICE.Ijstoke '
..:farm near Shertn n' cool; dry weather, that the prospect possible. The' moon was at the full' was! drawn up' In the plaza and..Afte 5.nIClrd.dlll.'is not very i' "

the i ezpevlmont; turadty were:'good, for'a satisfactory/ yield, and a'grea# disadvantage to the revolution ',mnh was placed before It. Bnt'ny, ,L'1 thbonnd Read do...., Z'wlll rise to : rock: lima la' guaranteed

.*. the plants and the .Indications 'ar,! that prices will ists, !and except when there were'trees order to fire Will' !never given. J.o' 'Leg r 'aol'm ..... _.....,... ..\iA but the 200 pounds' to barreland good ,cooperage "

.ndloaUj, he. ? wilt range. much higher this season ..than, or.brush any one ascending the sugurlocif revolutlonlatu burst _Into the pia'8 h".l:ent $. lPm:.. ... ...... .. .,.... .. working dille't Car load Just ,received.; East
per- hot down most of the / > .
#,! i peak: would be- noticed. Jose Ala- firing partymade ,. ., '' .
for 'past two |years. far ooam "." ""I.' 'U",,. hi being dragged Coast Lumber' .And Supply. Company.., .
UbralIy.'n' theeqr ; I kthe htendosd'end ,JOM '.Alaman r tory, >
e man, having trade disposition of hIs 3eam....."....... .,"
; 'season. He has Parotd Roofing ,1s used .-bythe gov- men,' paced anxiously In front of his oners. (Preae rung ....... .... ............odn1dr. 'We have a practically: unlimited supple -..
It [must be the That afternoon 1M'doOr to>> .J/L.es of 1 H. .. ... '
erln Wrles.at prwtt erninentTherefor* tent till midnight. Then It occurred to 0..1. A SAD BLOW, of, Lunde to'ioan: to farmers, R aity R

It:ha&i;deyloped ,tole\ bestEast; 'Coast Lumber; ami-Supply : him to test bin cordon Xv try tear to slip cell fell told was hi.thrown arm.open. ,v and"Ponrn Si ? who i'has spen a ."'itfe'the news of the unfortunate: Mortgage Company',,W eat'Palm! B 4b:
W'>: 'ft, Is beglnningtoInke"that' 00... 1&4.2w through thick it.boshe StealJDIt'througb & clump It was Louis Me>Ji'"'+t f ?5' hIs "f i t., so fart, tragedy.' was brought to Mril H. S. Mil na. 'atfIn. : .
.:' by' thaMat ,"Cometo,Potter's Flat Iron BullJlng of his sentrieshe midway penetrated: between the flue two Jose "AUman '.'wbq+w?* business;; TMAm 1II"lnllct. ler, father of the' young, man. who;Vm ::1'

,'week be .aIll'belable'' I and see 7 th. 'new' 1S05, lines of'.Cl
iehing'lfor: 'the'to: l' I landivW'eatfleld, Imperial, '>n
'.bicycle. ).*.; '.:J. f.' ..' ,,4,' dente. ll l'S';<<.5. IL&&Jvseen'secured! HI. Ben. 'H, '''Dosteri The new*.'-was brok! In,.the very ''/nofttest'1, \and 'la'tt*t!,

:t :;.'..:p-4 1 iN" by:''an.offlo lei' notice D;.,.,\iL: .1ry.Mrs.': Mlper..i tfivtfeO, etyte', \ of'c tAe" ,..rt.' ,

ik a.. s. ,,,. ."r\., "' -' .the'yasafF;iaan, and the sbqaJr :was,eo"t !J.'B.,: ;Vr\>
r u ,., eali '. ::, r1. it tGDsiu.
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%f People is fhey- !' < ; : E TIe I Heel plarfn'ae'

People '
'r, ;!t -
May J I' S; "; E Clematis Avnue and Narcissus Street''

:'' : ;;; 8I ec3lpltle8 i : For ,
M. W. llJlht
tl a Folidaye .._ ..
L ami. ; ,' ,
: !
r- sr': Guy I. : ;: ( :::::. Cortex,Ctia'r t ; *;$2 bo:*> of 23 ... ,:;,11111n oft Cigarw.$1 box,ot'r h'2:
:::: l'IIY ''VViwufc i Hmokori** $2.25 bate of 50
k r Tuesday in \, == .tin' other, ,brands, tot? nutn. rrini, to mentionCut
p T "
ifs' W. H. Cox of
E, Qlas and ,, Holiday PerlUmcs,
tiipday the \ Pane
"',, /: Jill) ::: from\ 75 cents .oa h
r Mr. and ;J Mrs. '' :-.4 ThePa"' oust "XJibnon',f Box Stationery gocl. +
9-.or f' Stationary '' to $1.50 t'
y ray eiiu>n ,ncy
city, yesterday. ,' ''PRESCRIPTION
\ :a;;;;;; :A., ", -tlAlnA.CI81'
CAp ",W,"R.. }i '; ; Urudu8 Now York Cellrge" Phol'maJ1U1UiUU1U (\. l lr
t t'alm Baac-.f : for I I"
!> 11111iJUllll111Ji UUUUU1Ulii :
y ova Item ,]n I ,
t'' Miss Edith, : 0i10710A07eQi10i1Q714a107a0i10i00 ''
; I O b' IIQy jp
Beach, ,18l.v si ; .
\ ;I '.'. O. Allen';'*... \ rO O.OjO:
+ ,
u Times. ,, ,

J. Oscar ;

? led his family to r .
t the holidays with ; .' f A era1.w

NI, {Mi io: ,the city. F u ) ire\t a
rg Attorney.. C. na
1 W. I. Meted l .

several days, r ,, AND E1VIBflI.i F1l ,

'? ? of ;count)' court. :: I L Lk rJt1o" "

.Mr. and Mrs. to '
;, a Palm JJeach, are l'
t ii, lit t city asd ; '' (: Zamatl3rl rl :v'oa &; Jtaoi'ssus' .s.,
1 day- f .

( A. P. Anthony 0 Il.a$ to }lgrrbwrdt'. Eir.e.ryorr 1f-
1" A': bing fCr Georgia, :
rn'rernreroreroretroroaeoMorekeroaioroM SrOrokowo
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;:. in Miami for Razor MOOR lr
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V.tlon ot 'the new 7 11 hodalwnreebnved htnwIE. Tye Clt.anky .
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f; by'Mr.' P. 'F. :Ml1e hurlupod I b..r """''IIO'h.,
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paper onanelty ; ? tbeneiK: b blndo Rtrwi tee n to
1 for a.':dl&'" .Y i'\ thirty perfect .li":"t.,. Ooo and ]).4 e.f- 6.y'8'3"
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r of Jhe Beach Prompt delivery, Palm B>a<:h oV ,, Palm Bench. Prices I
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same flit air other nftST-CLASS! GROCERS.'..
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