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The Florida sun
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Title: The Florida sun
Uniform Title: Florida sun (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Running title: Tri-weekly sun
Physical Description: 2 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: N.K. Sawyer & Son
Place of Publication: Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: May 25, 1876
Publication Date: 1876-1877
Frequency: triweekly
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regular
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Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 8 (Feb. 8, 1876)-v. 2, no. 7 (Feb. 6, 1877).
General Note: Editor: N.K. Sawyer.
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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 Related Items
Related Items: Weekly Florida sun
Preceded by: Tri-weekly Florida sun
Succeeded by: Daily sun (Jacksonville, Fla.)

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Prnit Growing in Orange County. GENERAL DIRECIqgy.
Mr. Codringiton in The Agriculturist. '*. ... .
Orange-growing is the business of STATE.
Gov'ertjor--MarceUus L. Stearns
all he people in the county. No. Lien,,-Gg.,,ovr -
thing else seems to be thought of any ScretafState-S.B. Mc.L.
a punt. Orange is the subject of Trasur,-C. H. Foser.
cmersation on every occasion. If Adtory-Genera--Wrn. A.Ccke
Y Adj'utant-General--John \'arnom.
&:U. two or more people convers- Comissiner ofLansandImn,igratior-.Dj
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"'' ,.ui'ilg .o cents ,pe" -acre,
gjjeu,.,,produce beau-tiful
S.. .q'b, rT-. tng .'trees. Tiieyyaire
.0'1j *".'wy the umocar. If scal
iW4 c.3? !5"--iftr die-back appears on a tree,
w mc..u attention is paid to it as',a
at bat .ear. ; r would pay' to her young child:
'e P-t 0 t .s not all alike. Every
..am & one I0 .his sow ory, and of course
'; .t^ .t'ifcs his own is the Might one.
:,:* '* ^".. 'Dr. L..M. Moore kindly t6Qk ub to
'.. "i-'"--- *-- ...i, some of the groves on the -San-
'0 .-William himself spelled it "Sh0.1.fordgeap t. At General Sanford's Be;-
-,,e, ..* ''"* '.1. ir,g-iy" e there are seventy-five acres
,. -An afi ishinglcasc.lf respi .a'in drikes, lemons, &c., most of them
', Th#- e ker who breat4.ina thriving ,pndition. A thousand
'4ilast ",. s Tmore of the trees may come into-
-,-Books most influenced by hard' i111 next year. The imported
tes are pokat-books .1 trees, of' whfch hlie has over fifty varic-
:7, in ,, ? ... .' ,- p ti,:'rusf . citrus, are doing well. LIe
-The Texq iheat crop ,or i.S-u,r i t d I
'i .- .' f ,. ^ ,-,d '7 hi, also a..uml),er of imported olive
illmated at 12^000,ooo bushels. .. ..
..O. e.ey nne f Te ....... .trees Out look thriving. His trees
'-ne i ee oftheaii re 4ertilized with a coinpont meade oi
u.lation is a Heathen Chimee. f la., ( uck, li, stble
"'tile pIarLe, W4 fi`iuCI, -lillC .[Ili St;L1)le
or, ,.X r hingt6ne fan>il.y Bi-' manure. There was a sia4l patchri ol

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BAVARD TAYLOR.
Waken, voice of the Land's Devotion I
Spirit of Freedom, awaken all I
SRing. ye ambores to dthe Song of Ocean,
W 1vel war an4 miounsail call I
,= n Day ha come;
:gSv to a dbedumb, \,
; himay on murmiured its fearq;
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6th Minor.Bethel.
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FEDEpA&L OFFIVUM, ..
S 6 e naa o, s- -H on. S B
Jones. .
Ccl//lecorof'Custonsi-John R. Scotu. .
DlOuty Coll.'tor-C. W. fey.. "
fI'Mir,.:'r-)-. S. Adams. '
C.''to,' u"iu/i'rna R.?zenme-A. A. Knili.. "_-"*
S'. S. C'uy-, 'homni McMurray. '
l"AMr. COUNTY OrFICMld"
C yiu' ",- M--W. A. McLean.
C,'rA' o. th"t : Curl--E. Hiin ',
State SoAiciior-T. A. McDond. .
S/ielm^;-John S. Driggs. ,
Treasurer-J, C. Greeley. .
.-sl,.*t,'r--I[. Jenkins, Jr. .
Sv','vr---'.Cha,. F. SmiLth. -- '
C;.''".'c:.'--Samel 3ar;n... F -
( o:r/:/r Ciif'ti.'.;.t,'ir. ichard Jones, E, Feptta
N. K. Sawyr, l'heod'-.re Harrn'idge and' Miqla
Bowes. .'.
-S:i,,rit..nt/c-t r.,*cS/,o.(.'.'J--'riir. Rolhins, -'* "-
.-..iL es .;Vt,',e1 .;a.-.;-\'. AW.' Smpitn, J. W, WA,
ify, A. Bace.ing. W'. A.- Symmerall, C. K, .*oc
-end, H. C. Tyson, N. B." S'ritE, M. P. Ctbppe
A H. Plillips, Wn..Ord,:,T, F E. Weiston.
C '*:a.sv'S-j. H.Br,.:,wn, (GJ.-H Mnys, S. Wilho
J Smith, J. J. .Foibe, Janms Lane.
A.4,'-tiu~m'r..\. l'. Bitich, M A zi;a.yn f-n i -,'j.' .
Henin;ng, Pecet Jceo. '
L1i,.,.;,..U,, .o/ ..ft ,t,h.-e-'Th., 4. W'E3(-
:,rmor.is, A. \'.,J.lace.. M\ellenN,. Drew6.." '
.".L.1 "w---R. W.-C.ne; Johal"'Prvk J
Win. Iuijez*, Jas. P. Buirougb*. 1. E-. Bu.kWn,
I. Rarr-,, J CLrews. .'. '
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AX r.re--Luthier Mcor,,ha.
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eiclaipia(' I laidy cornm-
*tTheatr.e one evening, as
ti' ac-identally stepped
g~'it. VWhlich of
repliedd the man.


'-Aa- .,5a. court has decided that
jai`nanauiJ!gages himself to be rar-
tIeali,4d-then commits suicide, the
frauded, party can proceed against
i estate for breach of promise.
--Carlyle once said to a distingu-
ished American, "America is a great
t:(untry,.but no system can last which
.Woulid give Jesus and Judas precisely
,the same vote on public affairs."
'- Waists of evening dresses are
S now laced at the back. This is im-
.:,..: .port.',nt, for in case a young lady is
S. taken with shortness of breath, a man
..'. -ought to know where to strike for her
Relief the very first pop.
"Now, there's a finished gentle-
man for you," said a fireman, as he
.gazd upon the pieces of the engineer
t' 'that had been scraped up and gather-
-,.5. Ted' to his fathers, cf the last attempt
S. ... to run a train on nothing.
-'. A girl treating a too frequent
S gentleman caller rather cooly, drew'
'from him the remark: "I fear you
'axe n6t dealing squarely with me"
A.fThat's because you are round Ao
Often was the quiet reply. *':'.
A -IfFo,oooarticlesareon exhibition
S 'A, .the Centennial, and the visitor de-
S fif, hours 6f each day to thi
C .thibiton, giving one-half miin,ute
"'.r "the examination of each article,. ir
.%l- take him five months tb-.- 'go.
through.. ,
". ",& ,^ .':-. ;
-An Ohio exchange says that an
'.aby born in that State on the z22 of
February had red, white, and bu'e
iakir, There is only one way to-ex-.
flain" this phenomenon. The Ohi6
"- exchange lies.
--- S Washington at a seance in Indiana,
: :.tle other day, and when one of the
S spectators asked him whether hlie was
really the great hatcheter, our fi'st
1'.esident replied, "Dot ish der kind
of Hans ich am."


., --"I have an impression,'" said a
.-a''school inspector; "and now, children,
. ~'~b" viat is an impression ?" '"A dent in
a ;oft spot, sir," cried an urchin.
-.sbrne, come," said the teacher,
.b" personal remarks, if you please,
'.v children." The inspector sat down.
S'2 ..'.-A prudent rich woman of Chicago
i-'kbrought up her accomplished and
Stfilul daughters to do washing and
Snvg. Wheni questioned, she re-
"0, it is always well to be pre-
d for -any contingency. Perharis,
fte the poor children may marry
alian count."-


denial electic1n. It.was'[irops-
'.that an eectioui for President of
fthe Upited States -should lie held on


board the Baltic, ,and the idea was 'at
once enthlusiast ically adopted. T'lhe
'polls were opened. in the sm,.,king
room. A Catliolic priest and a jolly
fellow, who played poker all the %'a
over, wereaplpointed iripectors tCilec-
tion andl judges and canvassers were
selected in the same impartial spirit.
A paper collar box, with a hole in the
cover, did service as .a ballot box.
Only citizens of the United States
were allowed .to vote. Thle results
was as follows, if I remember aright,
Greeley, 25; rant, 24, scattering, 7.
This was far from sa:isfactory to
the voters, and it was suddenly re-
membered that Shernan had not 'ot-
ed. It was generally supposed that
he would vote forGrant, which would
make a tie, in which event it was pro
posed to throw the election into our
House of Representatives as we gal-
lantly designated lthe lady passengers.
The General was brought to the polls,
but hlie declined to. vote. He baid
that he had voted but twice in his
life, and begged to be excused. \We
released him, and he had left the
rooiii when the Rev'. Henry M. .Gal-
laghdr, the well known B.aptiit
W"px:".her, proposed the non IinAtion of
GeiimSherman for President. Tlic
'ugg~sfi'n was adopted by a.clanma-
.tro, .pd a few minutes later he was
'esidlfent of 'Lhe Unitjed (lStare;
by t'h^ nimous voice of the i1ft-.Iix
le.g'l~igers on the. Baltic.
. imitfce-lt appointed to wait
'on hi'"and notify Iihim otf hi. election.
They 5on returned wiL-th hirn to the
.'mokhi-6j'oom. Thle deafening shouts
-'itt.h .ky'ich he was greeted were t.;ker;
up'by ithe officers and the crew, and
th'qlies joined in llie o'vatiom, clap-
ping' lheir. little hands and waving
their pocket handkerchiefs. \\'heln
,he clhicering %as over, t lih enrral
made Qne of the pithiest little s pecclie,
I ever ;heard. He began lb' hiimtr-
ously declining tile office to which we
had. clcted him. 'Ih'in settling iio
a inomU- serious 'ein,.l C-, haurcd u,; |]iat
nothing t could pu.siblv e\cr iildl ,-c
him toacct ept civil office o-i"an' kiniil,
aid hli'niore than hinted thal'i.it G ia:t,
in having resignedl his liigh positi.,:,II
in the army to ac-cipt the P'reside icy
has co intitled a great mii;taktol' his
lifetime, arnd he knew it.
pc -
THE t)r. -F.NCrE.-His Hoiilor Ih.il
al)poiited two young lawyei.. to de-
fend ain loh, and experienced horse-
thief, in Texas.. After Inspecting liiS.
coiunmsel for some time in silence, tihe
prisoner rose and addressed lthe Bench:
"Are them to defend me?" "e-,
sir," said his Honir. "Both of 'em?"
inquired the prissonA-. *Bouth of
them," responded the judge. "Then
I plead guilty,''," and the poor fellow
'took his seat and sighed.


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l:-tlic] 'l t.ip t; C hiurl;b, C hurchi '. r,.et, l.<:t~i:en 11~s n t .,ri.J Juhn R e',. M r. \Vaminbudt, I'ai t,:.r. .B other. lD ep,..,iu,.:........................................................ .................. .. .,... ..'.... ... ,..,.:,- 5 f2

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Hec, .:ir~\,,luh $.,ci'-ty, J, Hut,, Pn'd i.''~i I' ,:.r 2
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I--,:,,r.l l .l-i, L..ar\ C .pl-_ C l ,h ,:,l.:.ed.t rawn .". P S A E OF FLORIDA., 'L \ AL CDL'N 'V.
b t ,, Lar and Pin., v. M r n, I PAIN E, r i nt Mof he I t-l.,i Sa.,r'i.k ,ndk n R .al E utl iE..,.:har,, ,1,, ,..l,-,,liv
2,,.n MN EL Churn l, N .rthia.:; t c:,rn.r f t-o re ain i i te I''r' 'e p..re 1.n. :"Z 'i .-t i' trI', to l.', b f nL' |.n.., K,l.:e .i ,dL _.elil'.
A lil.y iir:tci', Rcv. I'cter S ,,'aririeen, P.iSl..r. "A. "I.\MES II. jrAINF, P'.:-idcril.
FrEt ilr_, it Ch iurnh. N,:rthw ict ,',..rn r of Pine aind .. ,or. ti..h :iii u ,.rb,.d l,.p:e ..- t.I.. 1. d.v .,1 M a\ i:'-'".
L'.m.:,n -,tre--, R .. C r. Simn-,',n,, Pa.;..r. i. .R ELL E NLf A B.,r Pr ,iE.:.
A M E Chr.:h, heaj .1 Ne ,,nan tired t, J..hn R. ....
Ls '.,tu. Pa .t.:.r. ..... .. ... .. ...... ... ..... ....... ....... -- -
Pr.C l.rr.,n Miii;.:,, Ch-urc.h, h-.I d l'I ainr.; _in4i, 'Ci FURNITURE, MATTRESSES, &C.,
pp ed '. cicr v .. .... ... .... ...... .... ........ ......... ..... ....
'Spc ll'jd Ad%w nirh :il\e Elder. a .....-.............-............... ..-..** ... .. .. ..... .. ... .



Wn'.n C.:nmre:ii.:.i.al Chur.-:h, c,:.rne] H,,'n an.] Ciur,:h
h .-r 'm Ian'-', H.'..,i-. Se -"i,,. i i3 a. m, ::o F 'p. m-. ,\ . ..-\ ,NET 'I'.1 I. K k'" '' 1I R
h""B IBEO(.ie. BARN'ETT & KOOKER,


Ic"'. I.. Ly.:.rn. S np'irentendien AmerI,:,r, BiLle I E. LER S IN "
H -:n. -. .A M.cL' Prc..i..ri D V., C ., ,,niy ,,le i
.'p dr.,. FURNITURE
Ci, N ', Vh.r.. \I'r ,ur'-Pir :- nt.- -I'
H .:,n. .1 t. lrce ey R ,.'rt caLr .P. ..A I N E ;;;, -i c-V I.
C... A M: J,:.n i,:. Trea ur.: r. r nt "4 b.... .. '.


Lir I 1,'.,:,. H ni rtrilt':, Dr p.:i.;i.'r.,
TEMPERIANCE ?O('LETIES.;
i.,,% J Dl ,1 ,1 N.:,. i. ,:. n_ ,.t Te- per.an,'e, Th.rn.a, ,
,'.,-,. '. ..: W C. H,:,g R. S. Regular
r,]e<:tii'i, E Iry "1 hur-d.iay night a Odd Fell.:u'
H Md|. i'Iarl ,:t -tre t. Lietl.cii Flry'th and Aarns.
S,,;..,.m h iI. l.I_..,: N... In."'lcpitid nt Order of
Sl;,.. rl-.lOr, \V. 1 [',,lp.,.rie, \V C. T.: E. A.
Wl,:iJ. V. R. -. MCLec e',.c r rv\V-.dneda\ even.
,.- ,1 ilcir Hl i- Reied', l ...:k, third firor.'
:.'--:" L J- c p N:. IndpAcprri.dent tOrder .:.r G:.od
'l.ni.ira-:,'Ih.r:..ni_ IHuni. VW. C. T.; jenk.',
\W R S. M-tl.':- c"-:ry Mnidai, rv.ning, at Jack-
.,..r,. ;Ile Lt.:,l H.dl, Rced% MLo1,-'
TIr;,hi.h L.-..Jg No'. I.i.t ..roed.i'. 0 orfi T'.. 1T,
R R j.il- V.'. C. T : R. A. Williams.' S.-
MNi.:er-"r,,- Ma--' niola, h -li-ii I4ood Tlenlpr
I-lHsth. "i ele:i'.,r iireet, L-i\iccn Pine a.nd Laura.
t- T.,,-,i.: L..d, N.'. m, ic.:>.red,'L U. 0 KR ., Htinry
:L. \\'.N M. F. Ri.:hmI.uid Kinl.'-I:h, W. R. S.
"MN.lt-. r.'"'.{i \V ,die"day c-c.nngn, at" ,'clc.,k, at
thnI H ill in J,..nr,:' ibr.:k buiildMig.
C.'th-.:h,- Tr-ep-.m.-:': a.d Blent'..leri Si.i,.ty tnttir
._ r'.- .iund.-u' e' n, n at "-, ":'cl:ck, at the H':.,.,
:p.d lid..ic:r H-idl, I'.... ,: M .iarlIet strcti


,.._.L-CARPETS,
: 'i "MATTINGS,
-..MATTNS' MATTRESSES,

Wi per, Window Shades aand Fixtures, Looking Glasses. Pictures Framies
:-'I'.-* and Mouldings.n

S.UTH SrDE AY ST., BETWEEN PIN-E and LAURA.
-" p JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
4k OSS n T-h A n nT. -
X 0 S S BOUGRT AND SKOLD-


mP ~~% ,W'%A. -L... ..... ..... .. ..... V... .. .
SB.---'rties desiring good. win finud it t i.their advantage to ordered,
Ir I 'u, as tlshey can save thereby at least 5 per ceni. on all ca.h orders.--;'.Ais-.
fa^C n guarAteed. Jnn. 22"-..


""r BAKERS AND CONFECTIONERS.


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GIVAND DIVISION OFFICERS. .'A _. -
i., ,. \'.r nthl\ P ,tri.r h, ,. \V' FI .:,er ; G,'.,nd, \ .r- X ...
ih.' \-- ;i.:. E. .H i-iB iJker Gr.iiid r cribr, V. "'" E1.10 11Vi & STFEIN
S ,, ,r .l I inr,. U. H. Wa- e.,r (;Gri'l ,Fl, 'e ia.b hr, ". d, m.,r. .1 tI..,.
.I. pl 4' .1 I, F" .pi,.. : G i.-idt C' l.p v ly ,i ...t. i l l' .I .. ii
'p'.\' X [i~pi ii id Sr'iii na-I h,. L. F irn. hitr ~p.Np~hsI. l .U.-ie-. p-li'
X%.- \\ ', 1P ; e r -"- : P I.. flice, a h:re iIh [..:-i L, .,, .:.l .ll .r,,. ...l,:,..,,:e
c,> :,,i f I e', & P iy c.i:rlt:;t.., :Ir i- .c .bta.iir,.l R '..-i lir
IIA'SO N (IC. ,: ,,, n'-i, .e.r.c i _i i .. d ,B all I .pirr;,IS an'i" ...-
- n I ..I C- i In- W. M I M C nJII- ic ,ipplied i imh tc-id c l pT1 w;i t \ h% nh; ii['. LC,-
.". F i..rd.,n,I. :. ;, :Cli- t. ". ..;. Lr4..- "Phil jcl pl.i. at t- i r"l ...: r\ i i T r-'i n -i .iir
K K.....!.,,'.. t"r..i' cr i D U I,r,,c-,, 1" ler. M eNIts ger .-,r,tir.n cli a-.a bl-. tl' r,,i. | a' I-'m
1-[ AII.d *| \.'cdlir;:.J.i, ,-,l'ca,.hi ,,,,-trll -- -"' .. ..-
i i l.,ic .I ., A \\. K ig. t, W. M.. I L' Ct.re- i
i..-.,: \{.i...,,S.w. E.,.q).,.l w : SATE FAIR, IS7(,.
J.,...1. I ., i' -.'m :r': M ,;ctI r th- i ^,d 3di
J- L'- .f -I'IIp!"It
oi, rah n
r. I.' r121.tI. tir Nm. i:,P R n,'
,",. -.r H. P C C. II.,,.ti., s,. ,,. J..r,-, guard d R l l.fw rd ta HPet Hra fl
Al F. p; G.Elc-t. .:. Award fo r Bost Broad
MN... i ],. FriJ.v ..e-.,.,h nrthl IUI U U
F[ ,r.,:,I. :.n.r.l N,. ', .hiii S. Eri,-', E. (C -
I. i'].:-[il,:ial, Re,:,:r. 'J.-. NI.-ei ;d ,,hd p 4tr'l uea daj .ii.T-l
11. -ip:' i .- P.L'
L' 1i Cr-' i.r Cr ierN N,.i O rnerEi'i-rIi m tC r, Mr -. .'
I Kun,-, p p. NI. %I iti m r, A \r W. D .igis, -. 1 ? I
M.,'i:,n: Mi- C. D. iTnl-.r, S.'L 'ELE. MSeeNt 7... K LLE .,
i) 1-1 F,-II:., Hail J, -iod :ind .tth -t Ar i
STATE F \\'a.'.-i.'. t;r.in. Ma. .t'r. i- j^& STREET Near Liberty.
NV. 1-. 1 1,.l.r. iepLicly Gl1.'i MNI."ier 'A- NTLV ON I-HAN I) A FRESH
I iiini 'Tini, .ll, S G.i,.r Urand \VX.rden ISpip S 'PPL V OjF
Z. IH p 1,po.,, .cinh~r trani XV'-rden.
-I_ L. -).I ycv, Grand Tie-,mpirnr.
D. C. Ll.a l, m r. Grand StiCItlr. P; ,
G..1.n C Parpitl, t ;aiid Ch.iplain.. ".. ",..kers,
ODD FELLOWS- z^, lhX'-' ''1"&";':
Fl..I.DL..... i..J.Hu>ll.N.(.- M.' clnt T CANNED GOODS, &C.
l.:laL,...1z, No. i J. Ha ii. N. W(A.;NVM.Ichht '''7i
Sacri[:ir,. MCicp. ie nry "t.e:d'pri night at idd Fe. .
I. Ha.. ll, .Market Street. 1. ,-"-l-',, llli, ry
'Si. Andrwo.,-, t,:,d1.ol p the (. ,l.hiiU nited Order 6 1
Odd..Icli,=,,w, N...- 1464, A. J W;P c~aee N. G G,i -. j' "
y^^'*^*NC;? ,L~ *&S AND, 'IOBRCC).'
J.nlc', V. (3-: j C. WVIlian", m N. 'Meets ihe AN TOBCCO.
-d and 4th Th;rnd.'3,s In each mnth. Ire -
A!"'.> ,.::. ,,


LIVERY STABLES.

'-IE JACKSONVIL-LE

SALE AND V1,1ERY


STABLES,
S1; M.CIH NNV, ['.-ir ii.,.
N.pi -. ~c, r. I I "" p .' [liIp i ii ,. ih ,-c 'r..hi',ei.
tl",r .:iI.k,1,:..,, 1-1 R J R II-n'iF ." 1 A E'L i-.' .:.pp.:'it,=
itic M E 1 I,_IP I.Im i .' N i1 i I'T'., .i,..J ha'.e :.n I-.i,,J
A EF:V' L.\RI.E .I,-T:CK ,_1F HtoR'"S, AND
MUiLLS. FOR '.SALE.


'I .',- .l,' inrn -, t.', pin.:h:-, ,,i i .jn i t-i. -their id.J-
% .,1tli [,', t i i Dnnie thp -tlnu-u.n.l Irge anid .ittrac.t.i;ie-
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A. COIMPLE'I'E OUTFIT OF
BU-TG IES, PH-ETONS, AND
OTHER CARRIAGES,
-I he.I late'It '; I% e
Fi LR Li.V:'RV' SERVICE,
S ,:'.h vii, ill bie furn;-:he.l
AT .T-Hh IhilORTEST NOTICE,
ald r.n the
MOST REASONABLE. TERMS.
Mr. G'. M. BRITTAIN ;s my authorized Agent
iud Marager, and mill alvayi be fouid aL the Stables
ieady to attend to all Liusines appertainjungib the ts-
tablibihment. .. C. B. McCLENNY.
.Sept. ,6,-1872. fn-2'tf.
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Annual nlea|f..[. e- ai.d three-tirh p.m:i c
iZ.-Thi,; ChjT'.-ratu.,n wll ia.r a trpnteesor-
r 1i,. ta'.iat Zm i pi pqty' ieoer.iil., ,I-
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V ^XPF.SFi'TS i .F -Fri% : I.,1, rt, Vt WIlmAtni.O-
'Nnw Vgrk M4.:Cv.A. 4-k.,Curi b.;'C 'uta. t X :m'
H. t4edner, Phi l.h .I t, ,L, d .. ,
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5hiladepihim-D G A y-n i fr.-,Pk-r. 'nl i' ip. Ha
'A H,,-%+ 9*.rlu R- '~.-t "..-.s t;n ^i". i-" t c' y B- '=: ...:7 -,,.,
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.Nr~w, y.,rk.: E.\-G : :'. .\. *_'. Curt,,",., P, ll,=,inie, P'a".' :" -.
JL'L wi. H. Refiner, Phll.:,:l,:l[.h,.,,:: \V. ShA.tec, lic.yd;'.'-.-
;h~ladelphii-jD. G. A ro .lee r ', liBk.r.I|..:,:k .'..,ii~ille, I. I, ;' -
Henry Tucker.: ot ,,1n, MNI...' .,-. -'id -
A D. KNIGHT. -
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Ct^IL En~sTO-^EE~R, .'
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[tI.,.S$R lEY LA.' I, IN .\NV I'A'R-.O O
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DEALERS IN HARDWARE AND CROCKERY.
1 R. 'RlG(>. (i1'j A. F'Ik .

-.S.'DRIGGS & CO.,
DEALEIRS IN


China, Crockery, Glassware.
SHousekeeping ArticI,.",
Keroeue Lapls, V
Platted Warn.
C'hind.le ie L'sn -
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SJACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA'.
l IPF1TPr ., AND LIJLTFI, IN
Hard re, Iron and Steel,


EL)GlED TOC)LS, ..
TA.LE. A*ND POCKET CUTLERY
Nails, Glue, Puiy,.-CGiass, Pairisi, Oils, Lea.ther, Belt-
ing, Rubber Pakihjngn,.Sunves, Tinware, Crockery,
Puirip, ionrs, Sah, .BJind%, Moukling,. 1A.d
an.J Iron PIpe, Sugar Mins., Evaporators,
sc. G..-Fi il. ., Rorofing, Jobbing
ano,'thsii'mling dIne to order. .
TFLE OSIDEST ESTABLISHED

Hardware House
'LN FtORIDA. .
CUts ot StoI es aid prices sent by mail up.n applicar ''
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THE TRI-WEEKLY SUN, THURSDAY, MAY 25, 1876.


with thle bark on, while the door and
window frames arc made of many vari-
eties of pine. The entire structure is
rich with ornaments, found carved by
nature in the Mississippi forests, while
the inner walls are of finely-polished
specimens of every variety of pine.
Some or these resemble bird's-eye maple
in their delicate vein tracings, while
others, from the heart of the tree, are
almost as dark and brilliant as mahog-
any. The porticos on both sides are
ornamented with mosses, while from
Ctho arched verandas are pendn@t beau-
tilul hanging baskets.
iThe Liability of Collecting Drafts.
rom the l'icagu Tribune.
Judge IIopkins rendered an import-
ant decision yesterday as to the liability
'of a bank in collecting drafts. It ap-
pears that the Bank of Montreal, of this
city, received a draft some tiue ago
-from one of its correspondents, drawn
on the State Street Savings Bank.
Failing to collect the money at once the
bank had the paper accepted, and dur-
1; the three d'ays- that intervened be-
rere presentation for payment the Sav-
ag Bank failed. Suit was brought
in~st tie Bank of Montreal, and .the
rhoeld that the action of the bank
ng the draft accepted instead of
6gaon immediate payn. ,'r^n-
/ 41: a n r4:_.a ew, .n u
0p ia 11 orat(uan&rn
rllloh.r~e the-^ rl -,-.. '
The decision will be of eonsia-
1tb;iqterest to business men and
n1 --
H6rrible Tragedy in Santa Rosa
0ounty.t
Fronfl.the Pensacola Gazette, .
Tuesday last,Mr. Fern J ErnigDn, (,
Santa Rosa County, was shot by a man
named Odom and died on Wednesday.
The circumstances ure that Jernigan
and the Odom family, father and two
sons, owned sheep stock lInt usedl a
range common to both. Certain sheep
that Jernigan had marked as his were
claimed by the OdomA and penned at
their house several miles from Milton.
They refused to deliver them on Jerni-
gan's demand, and, armed with a re-
plevin bond in the hands of Deputy
Sheriff Johnson, hie went with him to
the ,Oim place. The process was
served,-Wngry words were used aind
threats made by the older Odom and
his two sons, whc warned Jernigan
and the Deputy Sheriff not to proceed.
Jernigan then entered the enclosure,
took a sheep and passed it over the fence,
in vindication of his legal clahnito the
property. As he did so the' Odoms
went into their house and brought out
their guns. When they advanced Jer-
nigan, who was unarmed, jumped over
the fence, to which one of the Odoms
ran and fired upon him, his body reeeiv-
log the whole load of buckshot. Jerni-
gan continued his retreat, and Odom
followed, making a short cut to over-
take him on the road and firing into his
body the charge- of buckshot Irom the
other barrel of his gun. Meanwhile
another Odoju held a.,$,ouble barreled
gan,,'with locks bocked'-at th5roast of
D'puty.Sheriff Johtlriufbt- thu~ le
touohiyg him,-and. v'arrie:h-Aim nort"to
draw his. mstol. /1


-The Cedar Keys Journal learns t a -The tiuffalo Express (Rep.) persists Pacific Railroad, or that Mr. Blaita THE SANFORD GRANT; "
Jesse FIillman was shot and killed b1,.iu saying that Mr. Conkling is not Iho called at his office and received those
5rst oh of the republican party in bonds, and says Mr Blaine never was ORANGE COUNTY,
unknownIp arty. o h tat.B tNw o V, anti thtt outsind ae Office'Ot Stewart The undersigned offers for SALE to actl .settlers" -
Lafayctle county. 1^ the Stfkto New York, anti that, o~tsidO & Riddle. or Stewart & Stevens, in the or improvers-only, and in loIs to suit buyers, the '
.. .. ottsn u p rtw rh s -a ig iy f ahn to ;tae ee a Land, embraced in the above property, consisting of :
-Six hundred and eigh(y dollaraw.j .-t ho His no support worth speaking city ot" W llingion ; that he never had u nty-five square miles ..
stolen from S. S. Leonard, in Milton,.o.9" an usine or orm ; a nd ssai s- "I do- lived to be the'choicesi Orange Landd in Floridac i be-:A
", ~ ~~~any shaeofr ;au.as o Swedish Col-rny, established for four years on the een-
the 16th by two men who accomplikigid-r hG New York Sun is i nlrd. nt i oe ouncee as talse, every statement to the ie of the Grant, anridapidly increasing, lurnishes
their object by knocking down,'fr, that Go. '-.1* Hayes will recivo tile, contrary, let it come from what source reliable, intelligent labor, and ai inconte'tible pr0of us
Leonrd fterdar. Ci"Anminaion A settement from Wisconsin, and another from
Leonard after dark. CinciunAa nomination, and UOtifies it. may. I have thus aimed to rep!el a '"'its'muns r oa'deahune' Ws.osn n aohrf
,,' v q: ... tn,liniy t.i ..... ll .l-in mostly remarkable a assault Upon a Citizen Ohio, with a Post Office ("Twin: Lakes") at either
-- T h o fo llo w ~ a ... . dte fo i lig' t in v ou b li li fe 1r, ,wph i ,,h I ,,m t m a t o o t h e G r an t, d em o n stra te in th e m o st .trik -
t he Q u- i'ncLy. . ... r .rp I It o n r st i t'' < ,,fl'e.,'.o"-- ..." .... c *" .s e" -- "'"" "{ ing m manner the large profits derived from orange cul- .
the Quincy Convention from Levy cou' Heke1to uc~ite ,.c, 10, c-i ...... c appear in af lalse, it not a criminal posi- ture when well directed. Full bearing groves in the
tV" J h'a Gore D" taq M "Ta-') ages0 for hil Lion."' He disclaims any unkind Itolino, neighborhood abundantly testifylto the large and cer-
J. I a IG. o rID. Jai M.-ki es for 1 k, D .. .. tain income resulting from such labor on asmall outlay.
son, Col. E. J. Lutlerloh, N. R. CarWtri --A melmbb of tho ways and means orI-" -on.A. Riddle, and r sQ'ir. It i beyond the line of injurious frosts; the unusual
S"_ ..H .. .. K now lton as follows: "Nor do I lieve severe cold on the l5th init., which blighted tbe banana
t on. W. J. Jones, Col E. W. Pcrafy,"'eommittleo is authority for ti statement t-itt r. Knowlton intended to misrep tops even so far couth as Enterprise, left no trace on .
1o .W. J. Jon s,o.F,. 1,01tr, e Grant oppts, s ,t protected by the swarmcr'watexr of' "."
H. Kirkland and T. N. Clyattt ,that the commnitee will recommend the resent any one, but mistook soreb cue Morenteot;a ,n
.. ('Adoption of tln/ bill to repeal tlie ia uk- of many person? who visited my police ,larg grove (Belai r'--ixty-five acres% w many,
--Colin L.,ew 011 Ou 0(tlliO prisobfrj'I ....l l .. .. pi r > .,r^Ho r hundreds of tropical, and thousar, o of sermi-tropical
I .0 'C1 eck ste tamp a%, which ouhl0 cut11d'utoff ott t I peliOdl elerred to 0o1 :1-1on. and imported plant,, not a leaf %as touched, Green
who recently escaped from tile Pehsj .. .. .. Jas. G. Blaine, and in searching my Peis, Stra%%berries Tomatue, &c., &c. can he
cola jail, m -1 ,t"he daj ."" 1an h n r r t e, or and consulting. what data Can grown the winter through the open air in profit b.
C~ a ai "tt a flvater nis-ese ,apei,..... -.. ....,,, C_ ,i ,=..... ,Xr unon wvith the orange culture. .
to tile h... uv n: whe.0 his o r i ue find, feel wi^rethat. i Was lon.Gooe '. The ed Ci-, olon. wIllundertaketo e
+ "; ... + (,hase. of New York, between when< Plant and cultiv.,te, (on guarantee) lands for orange '_ ,,...
living 'u nder I he p rote etio n o f o r sg ah t .:- l- i 'eso h t o n s o t tie Im p m t ,' ..,,..f. g o, of M h eight y re a re ady in d; e nt st g '. ',. -
c et o I Conferenceo 'at .Ber.linl provide Iforanl and "mys lf ...... a
4Lnd price :dId to threaten boll iC-"e .r sonio o, f wh I remember were wjt- Begsdei ihe SANf'ORD HOUSE, A cli Ah s. ; '
with (<-at' .n1 d t,, eadcavor .,, atteoomu eight week's arn-islit,- between the( oiln- nessed byy M r. Knowlton, w o f, being nr f^t etf ::, "..S '
nlish Iis Ithrepits ll, was rri-,htened oil o batants in Turkt ;:lid r17' assictanre inw a favorite wi lt me in thle office, 1 g0 n- Slate, Boarding Houses, Churche-:. qhouls, pFlst a ii .-. -: -.I
ill. e..t 1n, "l to fit Ind w it p l "i ^xpeess Offic'!s. Saw-mill t, ,re.ra^g&c., present the / .-S"3
an d w en t to llion h li se o f a w hilte ta m il ," he re sirt a.llo ll..1, t1 0 1 o 1nc0 o f tl t r. Itft- "- .. .. .i l ...... uaL v .rences.to sea e e 0v and ar thie an .. -..
.. 4. l l-l Ilit' l.t iCll0 11S. "' S te m.r's.teltl tiI 'es'w ehk lto 'J1cks a ilfe,.oA th ... .
where foodl wals given .ui and 'nftc6- s-' a i -i'io-' 7 .. Tir J.TIF 'Ard -i^ ^ble'.'facitimKs *^-otdireck-wate 0 1 toli
satisfying himself, lie entered tAe-housS --WuntcrfciL nfve-doltlar notes on the NEp York, Ma ..... 'ifpes-'"r-
pt.ihiiirg aside the lady who ei P.p9vorcflirst Nati'onal Bank, of Northampton, of th:" -So6100W.sU hfe-lIit 0
tl< prevent ihlo entry. a, I h l .nn ti c t M e rii iha i' No ;- ctel ,d a t'l( ,' am r 'ot "ejf
se lf wo f N e w B ed fo rd ..ssa c lIT-- tb l f satinx th a t 'the st aetna.- i t ., /! .
self with t -gun, shot-bag, Orloano of fifteen feet. e, Bn i fs th. t n e L, [f .E b .
absent master of the promises, an. 9, e s, have b ee,,c-ived ,tt .e ,p- dra ht pas ed thAou h tr iGI ^ A I ,
,-,, 0 t t -ii n 4f th r a u y De n :VJ a; -,i r.-. .-iofto rad.rl rl
fer threatening the lady, went oi. i i n tt h Tasu- Dpt iorn

house of another white man, alpaallsed) nienjl at \' \ashington. r)i-.AD. L -ietictonvent
at his w ork on tie river H ePo h stol D isc ,ii ig tlio "the -'xt c -o .....iA t P '.1 P- ., M ay ') 0 r .. .. F A 1 .'*;
,? -- ... ...Ira!! tit,- aL.'. ,. iatLL'il~! . : .. "'.4-V SA '_A r,-R r., t;FpLA ritA .,RR T ., '"1.8-7-.-,
whate er "i':lina--tl !,t-is w~t .. .. ... ,, ,'els. D. D., Ule lt poneer o/ Alethodislnl ,.
w .atorer uit ,ii.n.and ,,-t his way, campaign, tile Springnekl (M;>.?.) -. _. de o^ =. R V- RPF- fHE EXECUTLVE COMM'IF- =; "
. i D ] E. l he. ,:a, C ng,,'t D .ttc, | ]-, .:. .n ..ill [h1is f~] andl brother Jf/ i sl" U p. ]uT E F.'--. l,S- 'PA-- ,ongm. ... .is--ic", o" h
He w siter ds, t by so on publican Says ": W hen in. p.li.nlento -,. l,:., here to-lav, in his 74111 ste ,,l Florida, -, I.vignt.i the Conservau,e:"
i the vicinity,.[ii:as not reluroed voters, who have tih selt, -rc-peet anll T.t:,r. ia"t$ ,:l '. -IeC
",^ 6 .'' i 3tli'/3y the l.,[nt'h I' 1Junle r~r.0t~. 4 e ee
fiejail. l thecouw eijlift lt iirild.lpe iled ece,, ac- ClI|NDLE.IK I'.W INrENHIIoNS. Cou0Intie4,':.n ..rn ,,,,the District are initled to hod
, -* c, 7^ ^W A H I N f; 10! K i C 'J TrIN 1 ''I ~ I-I.-O'll i t C oint C .r ci;:? f.:,r the purp.:i.e c~f.seddiiig dele-
-- Twenty-two hundred crates of beaa: COpt Senator Bairni 'lu ,i- I: l)olitie:-t l bud- _HI .M<.e, I' h 'J.-TIIItn S 1 ICra .L:11" Oi..L i o;.rt nve.itiUn.. 1.d .
were shipped this w eek up to Sa rdt-, : f elo w it -ill be liree ausI: there is no tu thel-Iou se te hopreh -tN ..,.,,L neh;rn,,.iilEx 'r,, ,-t.
from this point. Two or thrt.ee osdroe tie iemn peachnent .. ..,inre-Iirit l f ,h r ,,-. .t
q, Th. ,.Ip'inee:1tr.-,rnr,10f loetttlu ",i;r dly ,, lh
w i l l hb e s h i p p e d t o d a y t o P n1 s l e e p i n g r o o h I c 'L u t o o r.. ,r 'l h op n t o o t h i s p r e d e c e s so r q ,,..t1 t -, .
w e u nd erstan d L a ke C ity R epO l. r. -- T ile N e w Y ,i k T ribl u, u r. e cry- l: t h e w a r, in e as e th e So n:,tolk .\ .,J ,- t.
ci,, ., .h C~r it hr'l-itlrii utletiou in the Belknap N /.O7E7TiT i-T -
--Mr.AMurphy, of New York, wasnt .ody to go se.,tlh C denial even if e t at. h pisi)reparing_," the case-
Iown during the week. Ile repres n, Ithey -would a:-1v17 to s1rlilice a .Ir'L;4-1 ,iart l'r'oii t i 1 (.-1)o' l 01 ot f io na "u- npHrE"RE WILL r:'...-\ CoNVLNTION OF THE-
several hmilies in Brooklyn wlho .)tl ofih; t nc y e i a l l lo ,-- v"s-i,,ition, which lie Sl ,,"; show- .i ,>rt^ a, :,nso'vah eEll.^ .r o ucl ;
several fanI Of their Tn-fll"S e[l'qi.fr I that t- l~i3.tt il ; h Ct fjc(-nile -
em igrate to this State, if he cal. -find ai I Y" it s-Q7- It i -) .l T ho nm pso l ;tlbs ,ti'ct: o\->:4' .70i>, .)i.i or -M-;turd.i'v the.-,thia.,, ,L-M a\ r .next, at i. .'clockj J .,...
.. .. = .t bes M oreov rt)\ l, I[ ..IS:" 1 I I l .| . I .,-f i- Jt .,.I mI,_. the:r. i-,,., f: se.lecting [Dtlegatts I.t,," '
elig ible location .- -C ed a r /ens Jo u riu p ~ c "l."ir- .. ...
0 =, tell-ah nce Ik Ce v to oc lt ur :l .l n Ii I .ll ni ii,.ll- .. l..- [tareC 0..:, 1. 11'. t0]l 1, .. h ,,ri, ill] niect ;it uiiicy or, the
IVo have -Ceen tile ro c busill n -r ?M D .,. 1. -i ,IIl. tF IIYDR':I <-) IA. 701h ,3:,\ ,:r lInn d,,, IP D,-.trict (-:.r.enrtion to be "
u '| lll ^ 11 i i_ i <. Iu i [i I II. S 0-) w ovn-iall M '0. It w ill 'l l. i]..lt.1 Lake C l;, on [hle i.thl dayy ol" lune .pr.:.iio.,'.
nIaudson s tarnon el D r. L. rd. eln ot, ,. .. ,- ... NI-.\AI;K, N J., M :lly 'j,.- lr.,,r itst% ela,." %eV,a \ 'r.n.aind D;;tr,,t,.g il" h-.,,Ht'primary
i Jilt Ihlnve. hIitulll_ t N' tI II) L- tI I"""0 A d I.d....e i ih '"
tha t b ear, a cu rions and new va riety i :f ' s : o ..;-t',;tn a,.t.l t w.. i,i n ,. \ ^ ^ r,,,:.,,n,. .. \\SdI,,,.,:i^ tFe .th d 1 1,1M1. a% -1 .ch -'t: .*
roses. The bush is the same asasiat .dhe dull, pe lf I ,. ,-[ ..,. rpit, dbi ,inl .I tpn- ,li .I ot-T
-S z o ". i a o f Itt, v- 'io .'; )lca,: ,repre+trit hem. in the
(Iinary roso bush bu t fho'e r'se itS ;. though hts. "I hev y w ill l ie v ali:-tlli'..r :-In hytlrplh .)bii 'it't>r inll[ C,, liP',rin c, C. ve 't,';.r. L'--ac "\ W ard a ,;]D D ies ct' ,d;c i **
b lo o m s e n tirely g reen into d tI rg V4. .... .i.. .1:,vs i-.,r 1 1,A i l.. w u Iqll-r; .l.' ill. l 1 ...Ni-tll- :Il e A l el.t . -
U V 6r tlhl1e r rcet.l t,. I.,V Ihil-:lltf -..C .he
w while, pink, &C. It is a won efnu. ,I Pa ,C.;n6ei Pris, to ielrm and
o sitv a n d Iro m a ll w e ca n let ie n ,,'.- i t. ._ ... R A .. I .l r -rm*-- -.: n. S.n l e nd Nar, ito a. re .r -d
... S I.;I~ i; l.'l'lt .\): IN-J L:N I"I'II N p,.,r~t'y Ld V I G .C,'err, in', rt, t t a dNha r = -.
is but one other bush or its kin j- i siall is thei r par t it." el, Y ,,,: ", "a "a Al i I- .L- t .: ; 1'c^ me etorg. r
," N i~ Y ,_,Ill, M al' l) --?k~tll!'ah ln M il l:. h.:,:t...r, i s. ,UlExe.:oIt;, e Cor mirtee. ..I;Ii
S tate. It w as rece lived 1' l,'o i t i '-rc O h;i T D i,,or,-..-,l i ll ...e opi l r- in I :.h:'.iof liim (-er ;f idI'ottlei'r on- I.1 D. ,\N IEL, C t.irmaa. .. '''
ainiong a variety of' roses ln t ^ .. .. .. t i.r il:g.. ,-t.
,' ', "+ ,, ... 11't Of tile 11701-11., n:lv t" C oLt'-Iil11V Ile .cr e u .,~lli f. .t, o t/ ,Ii. Ce '
rOqo bush,. t lion against the \orkntl,, k on ill- ukoln POST-OFFICIE NOTICE.; .
'1 -, ,dtit a op i n-r:Ii O l I- ,.l I it'o
hen's eggo,,and informed that for. :: It.I r, % 'I\AL AND DEPARTURE OF M.ALS-
years--uninterrupted only'by it settv date at t. Louis, anI lthey l,' e i klc ,],,.- r *
t l h e h e n h aL d l a id a n e]fg g e t t h is 10 piI n io t o th ,t i i h a d n r \ i -,, i, *+. ..... ... +
all-- e,"11 previotI-d'y, ... one, .. L ..i+l'ZHUGllII IU T 441. NJ)t'\L..I iL' adr ett..rn. da,-_,- l y, Iht Ib:,1o:1 A N; 1:40P. NM- ,,I- ,,b
T he bush a nd hen are really V eset; ,,, ,. -- l,-.:nnd;,,a d Florida R aii- R i. *- -:-
Of a space ior all 'tl nol:.1.-- ;,,3,is .i la" t . .. ,M a i -I -'at.road, Jai ......... ......... .... ... ..... 1rtI.-
,,o' ;- P--, t b a2 dop~tion ot a IRel )liko.tn c;'an>.1;.late- on excellent autho)'ity lho nt t a Coin init- ,. -ir Au^ re and -'.'ilatka, '" t [Lo. Com m it
gtusOln r e-i. trr.o.e (... -.....t 'lr ,les hIv.... .." ....if.. .... f,1at+ d-ilv,'ilunda\, xccpl:ted)... 3:oo'P. RIT 7i-i.e.Aitl
O h l h^ .io at C incinnati. T h, i ,- M fd ,un- V I. .I "I.-l: h.-, s r..................... ."c:c,.A,,, 1:.. P
, ......'i 1 t* l tzItnug h IS no t th e p rop(-r C-lr'On t0 lie0 L r.ierpri~e. M cl.:r.ville, H a ;.' : "T" ".
New Sn N te: d Th, Repubtlicanln adur, iv iII I ll x if,- ad I ndian r,\er arr, e3.,
SNews and Notes. 1 n ocer of the House. : f. : ,. ....... .. .T:i- 4B
... *' -" --- s i ^^^ itrwn-ly te-.lt ted \by yesterday's 'I.; UP .nE -. "-.'-...... ..
j. / ,. ^_._,;i _ ,...:'_ ^ . -.a b u.i..,s in ^ t tO nl;L te a ll1-0.Le r nlu inlC- 1 e fl o !'l :it ^ StIW .N.-..o. Ma y h k l .' .,'- y" . '
..j^-Yap~~ ~I 't^."._.j-"*^ii^B miAficlpoble majority in-g nominations weiv made a mW -cc^ ^ qgBWyl" d -"^- ^'^
^ eigilty- s.t pe rs6&FFra^ ^ eea neeo rtorelP to^^ f ^ ^ ^^
s d .1o. 1 I Tttlict in1 N ovem-ber.'' "' -- l D- t '
. v i il o n e H 1 l. . .. h14 47 _-. ....
'T"ie C""ooki'I Old Sticks |.I General News. I-.- ...N, .l'. i'A 6,z'-v
- G general S"lienck, Pa tre Al i '. i." .- 10 .., ... 'l'y ot I. rH I .- A s lo r e xtte o hely open .f-, le..'fsti-:"e
FAM111:11 tC~lIC INE I 'N S o\,nT l C' lb.1I .l d s rbghsfi s for ob c

turned to their lion-o at D ayton O biT1' .r & 1 e or B a o and C "" er a l, n Dns! t l e r sent-up o l'oft. toi Jnd :'<'-'" :' :
,r-Provide cerom.sectionsofcl b eellled to !,e l0rlt he'\",o ;\' -.....1) a- ,.t .o."p, ,'r one


-Genoeral Ga:ribatldi recently rcelsign'yf countries gives distressing accntc-'iils (it' [ I (- ]if rlie 0 d -n.t' a light. V\s Ie I *-LBe e..N:r]ir i,,!is^rbte.' :. ^
his sent in tlle Italian L:ham e oni- eh r^ of wiso plopl vli,, -mort wath til l, ietite M Nn R FR-ir.E.*
the actual ecsa o li I h. r der, %i ll beop, 9 -O A. At. 10 _:,
ties, but afterwards withdrew ali eOfieiNual o t al Il-c ip If llt- wals "-ot hiJIc(1 '*>-- m r, Ir p I,. nd 3r:,T )4 P. M .*; .1-J
r, .e .. Alo t theie !" at t>igth w .,s hea ......... l'.Oad ko .o ,,sp le
nation (.r S I.I' C r.,.-\, LIaHri.--n, b%,i]0r.,ndthe other day,.



-RGen e ral S. henek,. l all ler, ',ca Minitapprea lt "t, to th I-IOVE. torV I 0[ I Ipn)t-ll th e
-. ... .. .... .t -. a I a n c e' o f b a c o n a nd. c o r n u n til th e DLo \v i s e t- a i h n u t i ce, s ir ." I it..] I:. ,>iuiic a r IC o of :, . .:..c.:, m i. i,:.n ; -- .-,; '
years, prolessor of Rhetoric miff.- -.o ss al eg t ell. Many people i..W ha-It li-'lIt *D.- 3 1i!-' f. 1~ 11 rV.~ cr.^. s -* *.
; C1,e .sh llbeJ'r.,e 11',eI( +,1e; ," '-: ,:,a p OR.-DER' ~i



urien t lo~ tdlltll i tl rea U [O ,. I n.-1" 1o se io ta Be nl nor ll 'e te \v(fs sent -u -loft, ..r.l r: n. ..t .->.,'ing *. r:.. :c r ,, .
in A-- i er a l ; l d r e y '!>si. 1 0 .e u t. ta stedi n irt t. tuthreef t i- ke Could' _, a ] '-' "r. d- rt :.: a;i i u .. Tn
'Cru uo m c .f thee aei ua i u eeessrie s c o flife. The l~ l \\- ,I P "N. O n c ill cc -,;r ,:.r,,\',:,rden., ,:e ,;libep,- Y, .9"-Al.to^: = "
t -.ies utaft rw rd wLu ithth'e v u^ b urnel Ot leer i \\ almostlll aino iy Crece[-.'ip t of a t., he--n r was not + c-ll foir- Io e ,o r.i .r. ,d 'r.-M ic: N M.. .Nf .. -. ."" :,
n to n.:, 'ra e" a e<" .91^ iv og ^ ,. -'c" h-""^^ '0 ^ r m" ,, ^ ^ ;+,, : ,n- '..r
t, o, .10 ii u anclnetn ria InOl t!,.,, Impcl)-~ S''\lt11 there 1 at le rgth \' -s h e t emard M..,,r .,-, 1 r:h r.,ar ,.s,:ed r,l, ,;:, a.:, bt ,,i r.. "i

Stti e atrPe ne .hv o a Prva nc al of Be c "an d o rn un n tiAl~a- the "Do VOI see a ig t?" -'e. sivr." Ih:f.ll.,n a t],rte :.oni-,.n -* 'p -+:" ..
yearyln s l:,roteedsor o Rh tor ie afiodu ebp shall io be g tlin? ale-t 01h u r pe o -l 1"\Vha liht >" .. ..- D*11 yl i::t I,\ .tiV r.. ...-.-.,NE '. ^ NT.1'?' ORD -...... .
8pl yare o i -s t o i i k. '.tl'u e ii ng E i ro i pen ond t lieii :u-l w il daiyo ;r ,.t l'.i r I iie a ewt ,,i ,G E N T ,'" 1.'dr,:. ex,.:.:d". ',." t cen '_. I,-"l'
-- T he L ouitia na! ieo n ve l~ iwtiek f .>J a -b sh els ot f' l'i g~ tonl rr m :; e h o r Brtit.,ih ? o eo l"' l .elciu ah p o vet .n:o r a m s lf. SA FE TY PO CK E Cot.,', ,,rri.^ 'r'. Ll '.
tn e of irolper"llc promnclint dh li^ % ^.. to ^ H geto nlore. ."l:t! ev ji e tr, .0.,J.- n.. p s cH M C,:.. SO-IUn CHA.. :5: R, MING..
-t i. P*11111, '1' i iim no 1 m in gra, [ ?de Irimu Ve' rtaor;t :v. .d e ntledaly a .. ;hi a ;,ii,..id .n ielv
tOh e nou int ed IHo "ute r ineg, ou a ^ t n t.)l ,y giin iho lea erre cy _nrei=. 'irl ,I t o v .""- .* *i t,,.1 Fnot--.-.:e i.; v S.:, .!.. .etu-irs.nv h.
Ma tluodverltor pmell n t-is. "rmi ^ Th i E de .ree ,,n no N,, .wise. at-,,- .l. e "'1."1- I j', an O- i io of t'I e Gov\-* t.,n 'e ,,,,,,i..e:e,,: ~,:,u7nnisl ,n ,--,t hc vb
'-la .11'i ~u~ n- i. i !gf~ i" V p- P .-\ I., M n 20 h A.r ?~ i n (_.'o1n- 11 lU"'t "11-:' ' IP? Can"l ,, t nil lr .: .t e:. ,,<:iler sicilam .ri e gu gy tia.
..,r-. n r rnpn r i- k^ 011033o t l B u .1"I .l CO t I lll O 1 tJl th ,tc tate or tii e '--* li-tica t',r j.3,l,-i^ ^ ,[e, L ,i-, W.do ,'a.,Nl h,
-E-(Toe G renoir ( t leeitolawa {y^ het. sui ttthise,^ itlrc i\'t datiranl Tliom qtelh. .ihe, paty, af i t lwie anr ls i\er sh,.;.:n, ,ll,.\Ar,luer.t,t:.'Adre w ~-A
po~dJ sp .C m g?9 g :'oenm m w l srp lnsvm c l -- -. ^ Pb h:- h .l .". \[i.\i P,;,trr :*i-
ti;c1"yhonf l i Stat gese, w i 'c"h pa e \^ se ^told Europea or ligatiou ? i' ihe value ofter recenol "sa~ltl,' tl l y po t. re ". h. erse EOAV RTISE ENTS
vacae nt bthe. dot. L oui tiudge. '.^. uei DEirLA:.,art( lh lSi[~ t,-T. \\I'ith- c r _n ,t-: afir^co lwa on,-e anlewtlng CO ,U NHS, COLDS., an: HO iSN E S i .. ..i
-Tlie~ew~nsv~r~wdU oi'i goenent Sll, DLL.,te May dere-'.-Te "m'an !ho exlaiied tohae other, \exANALTROTDSSE,


the Dei u er^,^v unde rstandiht -to .p~ erimi is,, white ind, scored, ;iere flog- ', l3I. c 4i;, 2nd w.is-ornewhat .isap." .lJ .-'- ....
t-e. gl a t i^ il to-day,-tbe number of I:,o r, teupon ei g ntcter pol-t d upon bei g(!JrIRg T IF T --* that State they mnusI, make ,-,sfor la ,or eaeb r.-uging fronl tc l. her 1 jage that hr ;-,s _-,.-. ..CARO L IB E,
Lto..m--.a[.lie.t. ir..P-. leii.eiomfr Vhis,-"Beforc (he w-hippig, tlro ofpeciationa were l 'o -_, 1- "n .E...... --:"-
:t. .( '- .:.-.is ind in y;-- g -and, -:. 5.
*-Ex-Sheriff Bren'nan's .uitD agst town t-,o- he.-wArTeii-tv6f-hisfiitdin"ap ,.^& -^ ^J^-""
New York '.iy.v r $ .52,601c_1 nnnsoi.es, hCOey e.l; n the pllory Ior an S N E .-'i, i^i^ i,,^i^ ^
'"" -.. ~ ~Phlula, PY'.-.+.' """. .
alleged to be tite for nine months; o01 r4. OF IIENCR SPECIAL NOTICES. c f G OD TTA "
1872, hla term ir, al .v l in a verdict [orilio rASNG-'N. M ay 2Iu.--' Fl -' ', . -, . + ... ") ^ ^:" A: l,
e* y. n,; ,t e e on P 'r i v lh.og t:. a n d E.'l e. tl i ,-, r ,-> A .\ Si g'n e e > S a l e .. ,' Ai, li te E hg li- -'raA tl. r v'rv n u l fitic r fim, ;.'t
city.: Tirtt e oil P1 l1 1 o n 1 lL ,-i[.I"ER FOR ALE -Al THE" Florfida .diank in Ru.i., rhar, in E,i nland. lh i dri';hr t ice i .inc,t '
--T h er \ w V ,- rk Tr, b~l, InO\ '. lli- port il l St? tna to r .'lfene as -Se th at 111.1:,tit( J -.,,, .. T.,n th C,t,," .l "I.,.i-.,:,m ile To, "ue_- iro' l .ly c. ing t.. il-,e Oxe l.r,.n i r nn.p.:rtmioa'tu b~t .r -'; "
-h ave xam ined lle uhTi t thiorott,'hlv ,^*. i,.: ,- ...r h,, .. ,,...l,- i ronoman of'tn,- H.:.l. tile-R ussians buy the best Tea grow n ,ino cjhi ***. ^
..... "." ,h o,.i :t..,oil ,.f a n d. .lur nA I .,,. a ti hh l e-lvd er0 1% 1 1'H ttl e of t h attkino fgth a t k in dhgo in gutoroth e r"co u n t
ehtde~th.atthL~,deuti,,nofWil.ia ,,,,, an rn netthing to ineullp:tt -Mr. tI, 'r.,_. ,^^,>:n..^, ^ ^;,,~o, RTnSSANTECA OMPAN -"-/
E'vaits a", the R ep uiljlca nL.c d hil l tor Speu eer'. Tltey say t lhat ? tl t,.tin o ny I '. '.,R UEL -A'. .\T- ,A.e- .AA .. ...
J C -A EE I it At* ,e
th e P l't~ id rv i no l ain miu -t-jalile ,o ti- t e .y the A la bam a L c.? 'islattrll' \va^t i;\[:v:.:.t i. .frl;i in, tl-,;.,T,-,rket I;m ih.:d qu. .,, ,. of th;- T E A .. it '' ;
... .. .. ex p tFr le i n its el a rac te r, v e rv n ciu h o t il ()I ; _t, at, .:.hit teC v F U R E ."
tinlgeniey. .^ ;, 'ipirc v *"i 1 "~not IIl P rocln il i h Ib. tlle 1A,+r.,,t it:,y a;, r.rep;-,id,, it ,';:r.:, $;..-,'.glh?..
(? --* hentlsay. .an1d Cou~ld nIot liJv r cived.l e lY -)V t 1.. T,- ;ii.. t~ h;s I e:< -1 liberal *-:trnpLf sent 1,:-r 25C'.
-- ttrribll>, state ot' n f'.ti 's : U h r1the o nleitttalid -e as evi stantiuul. le is n'[oil[, ed. lh. e Sudatle.S0 ifU I ti onitto whether Spen.er was eh.lket1,,. ; i_,.;...:.,,,r"':h:",ri'..',,, -:' .tI. FU LLE R,- W A RR E N & CO ., '
ing vitt ,all ,t ihe ,1 0 ere. ". i >y tit ].. l I.egisl ure \a+. fnl lv y ,E-t- AND \\'Hc r.f-1. q i,.: O,',.li,,, urt_ I t',rher r uir. that MA Ii -T R
g v l .. v;^-- ?f^ tld in the Sykes Contes : and IIhI% n- [e.ml.l- t.. -L l l 1t., ; -: n atr. %.:n r,.; N 1.NlM" rI, i TOVE THE Largest Assort-
The etion of the (hri.ia.u s ;) i eo declined toI e-op n. it. T hIRy t .,G ^. .. rt ,;, t ,N E U
in lIhC (,Xtrel.i.,;. *. i. .-l ailSO S:a. I10 W ltnle-;s t,sitll~d thlat ti, 1. 11 .. .ee' I-- t 0U R NI-\V \'tI)D ANJD CUALt COOKING SE,;\A
.-,., .'* er has tlir,, ll3 oroiidirctl] g'it1en; .-h...d.-,;: .- .n I..ard: ( A
.-*li e t -,| .,ln -nnh j^ H r** *. t 3)t e to, i t N, ,, ,: l i- r-:...,,,.t~t -,e.,1td:,y.,r^i-'o, t..i.rn ,-,t uji te u-,e rt .i G O D EC R W .... I ^T/ ixr
S..ince .l a.fln '"1 t. gi'e o or anything of N,....n., [i thd.r.. : .,'.: I ,..r. ,:r ,,tat n,'um u-ic- T..tr G O L D E N C R OW.N
nate ilithial for Pres-Adeutial e-aiii f- e in considelration )It' voctes o0 1' 1p- %"z, C.JA"-d, tl' ; l,"l~ur c*i""i"^-0 i.. .ui. Lj i.r i REPORTE R.
n at nntial Sir* P r*s-de l *i-i i P-'.:.ir :f.l a,:r -.:.t'. ,iel., t-,aha ll. .:.,it arri al at il Q u.ra.,-
it has been s 'ggested that. "s. OMI .n or was itshowu tliat an- y otif his ,;,,eS.,t;.:.n, t..: ,;.-. I ,r,.I c.'atired by t,,e He.ih PiRIT OF "7t.
-, .. i s h o -i 'J "l*Pn i h '.lizid d o i sO .1 6 1i .:.:- r, .- ,. r i ...1 f i'rc fro:mr a all ii l :li..u ., a n d C on -
towvards stle s CoiIKLIg ti_.ia. 6l s-'1s ... .. k:,;..u- ,.,-:_n_.,. ,.n rec.:;,;, :ertd.,:'tAfr:.m t[,he O U T H E R N G E M .
hisa.in. Kon-lin ., I1 In M IA -ANA. I-I -Lh .iri,,:,:r, mc,, rr,.:,cd t I.:,.;l:.:.n \,ife, and oneli ^ A N T H E FA M OU S "
1113 n.-t e lonl Iig. ..-. ...,rr;., tl,e .t.'tr,.tr.. Purr,-:,r-,n,hio dithgr ,rr.n..h:dl AND TH E FAM OU S
.. :t ..V A'r .'a VIA \K EY WV esT., M -an 2('.1.- l.:,tl, t t .i[ : b,,.,: ,mcd .Illn-.it e |.^ ,h,:
-A- dvies I rolni--l- Za. t are ru mior-t of a --rent. .ight i. the c- rEIli ;... -cD T W ART I
...l n t. -tT-i.ld .rd.....lS 0,' :,-.pia.:.di e4 .I~f I ,, IM O I uVEY '
fl I .' e *2 9 01-tor i j.l. ,. U l tlOdUe tO'.f Colon. No particulars v'xmt ,.ib.,ad ,:.fan% _c.;.,:I ,or sca L,,--[,L. 'Said v- iEET THE.WANTS OF EVERV DEALER. i
sivLifrom the 111 t^ e ui -oil~~ vo;*, I^ .i;111; -.r -hall b2 r^^':uir-1 L...* re naiN-aO;lran-
led' soldiers have been b, .l d pliat;,.n to FULLE -R, WARREN & C o., '
bow : x!!J.ll n tlll~ ' " ..) .:,]irlyd rmIlldr. 236 W ater Street, New Y .ork.
t...i-~~ .I, t 44" ."i, l!,o (..ard ?lelna.3.L NM,.CoN[HE, ;,:.
q) f.14-t8 e- 1 '1 ,, n iored th at Ile gove %Vill .I le, -tt, : 411 0 A w5 T O anew bus s
~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~$ T..'l~ izu.ol .,""g'yic,1. t xo' ul": in.t\%hich anyactiveAan or Woman can"'
its .. x port, dSltI..-a; o a Tg n ea+.>y nmake 5 to 10 aday. .Onewho,., "
.*"--_: 'y _' ^ :]?.t. o.b o. For Sale at a Bargain. $ 1 a h h.d never cauvasedberore,made$7.si., ."
is't;!a. a^ ^ nvestgllgatin.' L a^ n ,A in t hour; an experienced agent da "-., .-
4,Z L-NEAN) isDi. .(72.75 in 15 hours. Pardclaz-ii
= 1 .t t i '. .. B L A..IN E A N D H IS B O N I-. 1 ,:,.,,,, i., it, le T , ?.c.t,.'v, C ,:,n e R eside- rr, .72.75 i" -5o s P ai-d. j .
a .a r C.A. CLEGG,.Manager, gDaane St.., ";
nil '! Ifl]v -.;: := report tbu. t'-.'"_ [.\. .)LLJ,.~~}lf -d ..;" T ~ ,L i-,' ,. dbk B.-aj .=r Street. bIE%. j-t, L,-, et, e Pine. Ar, eN.U-. N "." ek '. .A {.d o .
"gt]... "1. .\riti ge.hlo-ii !. z : :.Jleim tA', .11 -.f ,e -n ithepft'nerr, N.Ni.ekn .eg t e
l..i,,. ., b h a ettebr i tleIhuT t L.WARROCK," response and reliable, .e-,
^ ^ h^~JAlilo bea SURll offer Agents^ extrau 1 rdt ^.^^ *^" ^ ^ ^i
~ ~ ~ L J, dour ab,-.ve rst b.Na~iona Laat..ducements."---A. ". 'el"ek/y Sup, t #rt[xif :r.,1''.
i1 + :+ .." I- "' I1P iBlaillee d-l ii-- i l _. i -"i .u i 1 : )Oui]S of tile Union. Jan i2 i-ti i i iWL- .. ..+ii i ii i. ...


-The reader will remember, sayp an
exchange, the hangingg of Louis Wagner,
the alleged 4Isle of Shoals murderer,
about two years ago. But now comes
forth a Swedish female, rosidipg*on the
", I4land beautifully named Smutto Nose,
who says that.she killed the two women
for the murder ol whom Wagner was
e"; executed. If she tolls the truth-and
why-should she lie about it P-he thing
called justice was somewhat rough on
Wagner, and f-unishes, an argument
against the hasty hanging ot persons
convicted of murder. Juries Me very
uncertain and Justice sometimes gets,
tastray; but' "Time at last sets all
things even," and what wo Insist on, is
more time for, the convicted. Had
) Wagner been held alive till this time, hIo
, might have been proved innocent and a
\gaidcial murder might have been JPre-

Ifth NeBS ^iicTowv h! Philaael-
Sti *-.Phia. **,*
:.. ~ ~ ~ a Times~.:,.

"i ;, de.lphiad p imes, referring't'.
^**- nlitsli Save"* b'oe n circulated!
M.'^t[l ' " fj6ofk isito .tI. 1='.


%iallied so ti- t~ith J lap +.='? -cou, gt' "pt -!. i m '
-ga'- Kiti-,,~rose 'A t& fallifg'off t, .
.fTbiah 'taintri^ .a "wagor.vs^jr-
'bured-,And he S^ conveyed to !a house
about a mile dj& t, from the Odom
lae. A yonng, started on horsb-
back for Milton, six miles distant, -for a
physician, but when he came to th'e
ford of the creek he was met by the two
younger Odoms who told him he could
not cross to get A doctor to save Jerni-
Can. He replied that lie could cross at
the Lipper ford and turned 'his horse,
-when one of them fired on him, but so
hastily that he broke a leg oe the horse
that his brother rode. The messenger
reached Milton by way of the upper ford,
but. the physician did not reach the
patient until after his death. Until he
died the Odoms (we are informed) pat-
rolled round the house where he lay
dying, swearing that he should have uo
assistance and should (lie there where
he lay.
When the tieWS, of" the tragedy
reached Milton, Sheriff' Butler acted
with commendable energy, sumntoning
the community almost ( e mass as a
posse comilalus, andI The town was
nearly depopulated of its males so gen-
eral was the turn out. (t, Odonis had
sent an insulting message that they
were in. the coullty and intended '.o stay
there, and defied arrest. The woods
were scOtlL'ed, but at last a.ec-ilnt tlhly
had not been captured.

State News.
'.I. Au.gii9line has green co0in.
-b'ilver lias reachedd the Ancient Cr i y.
%f.edar Keys is conenoting a bath
+@o ;,. ..-..
^ I^.TentnCr maii %v rmrufiTOwtl a
rV.EVo o,,, o ,Other day.
i .ihhtlu -oe pound bass was caught
,,,I,,St. Xugtotin6 last week.


'w..0. ;,i ited e per now ,hanh, usmail :.b
'3-': reaton of 'he rution of railroad tAres'
+, .-'"B': d't4h'e t-i living there, is not an,
.;:*' :i~iii-.tiaitLs been during the lalt
: ir ypoyarsa, and Much Jess than it wa
."; ."fl.ve year" ago. Persons who desire t.
,'- visit the Cbntennial economically can bi
.' :- .'comfortaby' lodged and boarded thort'
f torofrom ten to fifteen dollars per wee;
. .. irin private bbarding-houses, and cai
-., sstopp ,,At first-class hotels at the san
. cosiVtkey have paid heretofore. T"fa
best'hotels, built expressly for Center,
.' "" nial business and located close to tho
grounds, charge five dollars per da'f,
but they offer advantages in the 'way_ id
open country about therm and saving oel
cost, trouble and time of traveling (ron
the Exposition to the city, which make
them no more expensive than other first
class hotels. From every part ol th
city the Centennial grounds cau be
reached quickly by passenger railway:
at a charge of seven cents if a single
line answers the purpose, or of nine
cents if two lines have to be used, and
there is no actual necessity for the ox-
lpenditure ot a farthing inside ot the
grounds, .unless visitors choose to.'i1i
".* -ld~je'. il-.drinks- or meal% which the- y
t.,O= '+ "i_ w Q;k eoa. en e;oe ut,
+ '...- "- ...,.. '-r.t-. . ..,


^m theC i.opt' dpy .coSt oLt4


---A continued story has broken loose
in the Lake City Reporter.
" -The Lake City Rcpo'rir thinks Ibean-
peas, &c., should be canned in the State.
-A pocket book containing S130, \was
stolen from a Pensacola. store reveeilly.
-Henry Rogers ha3 been appointed
Deputy Collector for the port of Cedar
Keys
-E. M. Hanmpton severs his connec-
tion with the Cedar Keys Joi-irul ,hi.
week.
-Boquets, donated by thu ladies, are
sold in Cedar Keys fo.r tlhe enelit of the
church fund.
--A Cedar Keys young lady has re-
ceived a boluet that wvouhl fill a half
bushel measure.
-George Marquess was shot at Mil-
ton recently, by a drunken man, and it
is reared the wound-will prove fatal.
-A cutting scrape between tw\'o
brothers named John aVdHill Hender-
son, occurred in Madison county last
week. The former stabbeed" the latter,
inflicting probably a '.atl wound and
then fled to Georgia.


every day., -'.". .
-- A. House of Many Woods.
From the Philadelphia Times.
One of the most interesting of. tle
State buildings, the Mississippi log
cabin, was yesterday opened to the pub
lie, and' though the arrangements 16r a
full exhibition of the displays contri-
buted from this portion of the UPilted
States are not yet completed, all visitrs
will from now onward enjoy the prjiyl-
ege of examining the natural and inrlus-
trial products Wol tills Sta~e as fast as
they areiplaoed in position. The'cabin
itself is'now one of the hiest unique
-structures on the grounds:. Every toot
of timber used in its erection was shilk.
pead from Mississippi, and carpenters
; irom that State came hero to pdt it up.
'*': With its walls of native wood- fresh
; from the forest, its rustic framed.',win-
dows, Gothic doorway and overhanging
eaves (ringed with moss; its ba]ionies
of naturally and curiously earved'xoots
* -: = .,'and limbs, and'its numberless reminis-
cences of the untrodden forest, it forms
.... one of the most interestS, .if not the
"-most' instructive, builxiga on the
S. --girounds. There ae iii "the building
; -- sixty-eight different kinds of..wood in
:- ", -.' the suprst-ructue, not including, the
-.-:, door panels, which are made. of forty-
e'i. 'feightdifferent varieties. Theoutside
: E3 allaro chiefly of hickory, split logs
:;:i .. .

,Yr' I .. ? ,- ; '


THE FLORIA- SUN.
Thirsdluy, May 21,6J876. -2
N. XL SAWYTER& f so, Publki,-.
K1. K. gA^YBI* Kdltor;

OFFICE: ROSS'BLOCK,
CoRM.R uF llBAV AYDD LAURA S'rT-;:.;,
'IACKSONV1LLE.

Th.- T.i-H'etylh is published even, .TuTAdyo,
7hursdar and Saourday Mornings.
The Weeklr ,evert,7 ,/rtfikr.

TERMS: '.
Weekly, In advance, '2.50.
T11l-Weekly, per annumt ...............4..._ 4OO.
Wallpted.-Relfable correspondent in every villqt
rethe Stirl, lo write up.the doings and .sayings of the
* pepe ad the bushem prospects and attractions of
their locality. The schoob, the chuches, the. farm
opeMo the character orthe sol. and the advantages
.,?to be the themes for their comiuqlcatk.


-Tihe toitorwo the Agriow~t "I 7ht
has recently made a trip througO5 a
county., qas hmpapr tneJUnf3
-Lam-. :1
ot" -' A $em, golng iWiu-*tth a tmhi rf
"th In& ,,auju to the arlatocratlcinmans .k
Betper. are pouring in daily, and. 1I*
short time there will be no State or Gov-,
e.sment land to be had-there is very
W ltle of the latter now..




*:.. I, '
_ -'* '".A .,'.. .e__,_


THE TRI-WEEKLY S


0


FJRSDAY, MAY


25. 1876.


'/ of p 'ISSERI AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
Dr. Moore the m.tahypicu, thMi'. ^^ -. -".
pe"k.oT.the effect dOt-he light on tpe .
body and. ind: A tadpole confkawd .WHOLESALE GROCER,
Sin darkness' would never become ,a and
frog; and an ifant'deprived of .heav. FDEALER IN TOBACCOES AND LIQUORS
S ( e ,. ,.1 o l ," -.-, '. rFoot of Laura Street, Jacksonville, Fla.
s a free light ill only grow int.. jan22 [.-y
shapeless idiot,-instead of a be'itil% .L BAYA,
Sand reasonable being. Hence, Wholesale and Retail Dealer i ,
S ihe deep, dark gwgs and ravines of JROCERIES AND PROVISIONS, CWINES,
Swiss Valais, where the direct sqn-" LIQUORS, TOBACCO, ETC.
shihe never reaches, tha. hideous pre- .:Aotel and Boarding-house Supplies a speciality
valece of idiocy starts the trtltle ..-.i Agent for Steamer .LoLLI. Bov and PASTIME.
It is a strange, melancholy i0iocy" -C No. Bay St., near Market. _.Jans2 -3mos
Mapy persons are incapable oC article F,' JORDAN,
latl:eech; some are deaf, some a WHOLESALE GROCER
blihsd;`*ome. labor under all theses AND
privations, and all are. mishapen i .. ". e .
almost every part of the body. '. Commission Merchant.
I believe there is in all places' 52 BAY STREET,
marked difference-in the healthinesq JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
of houses according to their aspect il Agency .for the sale of Thos. Ritchie & Co'-
regard to the sun ,and those are de n
cidedly the healthest, other thing( -hria OrangO Marmlade
:being equal, in which all the room I Fl Ulr e mllade1,
are, during some part of the. dat .J tzy.
ftly, exposed to the direct ig L. ST. OF C. PARKHURST,
F;pdermics attack 46ha* tant*' .
zudady's ide of the street, ana ,t -. wholesale Grocer
e a iptthQse on the other si' AN. A D


~in issiorm Merehmmt,-
No. 1, PARK.HUEST BLOCK.
lwignments~l of Country Prniduce Soiliciied


S .. '" ROM T RETURNS
S "Wewgin Doctrine. AND
Mr. C. Bopy explains the dogc. The Highest Market Prices Guaranteed.
tries of the New Jerusalem Churh .. .. I,
("Swedenborgian") as follows : Strict Aittetin Paid to0 Orders.
"Jesus Christ is not only Deity, A.G-ENT FOR
but the only Deity, holding in him- ST[I'E ICM [IC. PAn[
self the trinity of Father, Son, and TOLILIVO0 LUU bHOLI
Holy Ghost. Man must repent of Jan. 22 t-am.
sin, be regenerated by the holy spirit,
and live the new life of love to God OHN CLARK,
and good to the neighbor. The FORWARDING
sacred scriptures are inspired, 'accord-
ing to the divine science of corres- AND
pondences between natural and spirit- Commission Merchant,
ual things.' Swedenborg was not a
prophet, but he was specially pre- AND DEALEI IN
pared and called by the Lord Jesus GROCERIEs, PROVISIONS, GRAIN.
Christ to witness the fulfillment of the
revelation and the execution of the RAY, SEGARS, &c.
last judgment in the spiritual world, ScleA-ents forFloridafor
'in the year 1757, and to declare the Averill's Chemical Paint, and
second coming of *the Lord which White's Patent Money Drawer
followed. The New Church, or Aeret 1or
Church -of the New Jerusalem, is so sTBAMER KATIE,
aamed in thM twenty-first chapter of HAMPTON and VOLUSIA.
Rv-q0latious. -It is not a new sect,
bi4,t Dew. ispensation of divine truth. ^ND
Sre forever; altkpther Van Brunt & Bro'sJLipe Sailing Packets,
pass away. Immediately FROM NEW YORK.
e soul rhc es into' .the jan2a Bay Street, Jacksonvil!e, Florida
which is between
whert it-is- attendd d -t A. WILLSON. W. A WHIrTLOCK.
ij" its.pnte saet !I0 Whitlock,.

.,I^ ^ R^ ,.;. -.: .. -


TOHN F.


ir


SUTER


z/


BROCERIE NoD PROVISIONS.


WILLIA. HEWITT,
SUtj SSOR TO.
SMITH-AI-HEWITT,
WaHOLESA.L DiyEAI.ER IN

GROCERIES AD PRO VISIONS,

Foreign and Doi tic Fruits and Nuts,
Bacon, Lard, Butter' Cor, Hay, Oats, Tobacco, Cigars,

CAlTlNNTE .-OODS, &C.
THESE GOODS ARE F RSH AOt) GUARANTEED.

PRICE LISTS MA ZED 7TO THE T-ADE.
Agent ad Consignee of /
THE FLORID9 DISPATCtI/LIINE,
For the shippingofFruits ah' Ve~ ables to Northern Markets.
April 15-37,76. ..

T..A. R ERS& CO.,
87 VVNEST S'YT, NEAR _OGA
,. -. .*'*
Dealers in Chice. liN Groceries, Proisiohfis. &c:, &c.

Good -SQd'at Low Rates.


Ou Our Stock f#r Quality and i..e is Second to None in the City.
,~ .a ;:,., ,. ..


' WOOOD COFFINS, &c.,


CONSTANTLY ON HAND.


fPERSONAL and prompt attention by tight or day,
" to all orders.
RESIDENCE ON THE PREMISES.
leb2-lY .
:I '


RAILROADS.
-- -~------

1779i

CEN TLI



OF THE

GREAT ATLA 0

Coast Line i


FOR THE


ACCOMMODATIONS OF VISITORS

From all Points Sou th.


"iTe Railhay nnatc Siea.n-hip Comnpanies
between Augusta., Ga., and Philadelphia,
conImpr.iinrg the ATLANTI-C COAST LINE, \\ill
i.Iliiigi the p i.g` ie-1 c.l" the

CENTENNIAL EXHIBITION
(iF THE

TUnited St-ates,
pinc-'elt I I'.' tIhe in.tiO].g r ...I I c i.ilicdli.- 'I' t'c
S Il h ,. I,,tn -* l ]: II p,-. i n.iun j in. 1..in.t I
lcket' ul ni '. which I'. i ih 'li l l 1,, l lihati
S\\till 'irn t ,i.Iat, l l) ece\ l : ..I hm r I i'' incr
1 '.,i ,1

Direct Daily Movement,
Comfortable Accommodation,
Variability of Transit,
Economy of Expenditure;
'FT'o ein.,l.l ihi. .I bieV .i,,Ile, 11."r i-.,I-ilie-. r'e'
: -" .,uice'; ,, Ih,. i.h..'in
LX-A -1' *! *. --


- '- :. '7 ".A -& ,: -. :;




Charleston& 'Florida- $1P i
r a' ... .-
C A -' .o









SIMMER SCHEDULE. 7

STEAMER DICTATOR,
CAPT. L. YVO"EL, ''
\V'I leave Charlet..n (cnry Tuesday tv ing and S-v. '
.-lah ev \\WedneJda\y, for FernanJia J ck*'o\ ie -I
Pr.latka, aind itermi diate landing. .
RETUI RNING :
Lca3e P:itka e\iry Thirsday e',enjig; j,:k: '
ile i ,.y Friday o,.:.ring tr. as, the 1,de, Ftrina
-ame .Jay, arriIlng at Savannah and. Charesto, Pvery
Sb.turda'. '- j
Sl.- nne .ni.:'i.,n m w;th NeA- vrk, e .
Tlr,iglh bill .:f lading aid thro'vgb lickets gse-n tio" :
New \'.rk, Phil.iJelphiac, aiiniore an theirr iitp
Sfrce -ieamers c 'onect ith.th the I.'ida lR).llro6d .'-
at Fernaridina, Ja!I._.:,.nile M A tiLL ad.I Pen cattT-
Ra;l.:-.ad at Jac-ks.n ille,-S .. JmohT, 'R. ilrpadc tr St. '
Augujritn at T,.c,:oi, wilih steam.,r s at PflL g f Ite .e '. "';
l.rn'dle, Euterpriie and the "u`pffer0 t.s-t. i4 A)-*'- ..
St- tea niers 'li ihei OcI ahd -Rva. '. r.- '
RAVENMEL W.CO; "'0-1 / : "
A- B .,IN A R S. aBN-
JFFFREYS'BRO. ;- .
.C 4. I R e a.,... ..
,; ;::., +;5r,:' t''


n:" `1.". "lot. 7+ 7- V..mft ers o.f..- -

i ei Ae Btfc Oone; HOMI NY, -'",:
J- "AtBrtO UE.E March 17,. 6.' GROU I' ED -"' .
Spursuance of. resolutions.i ed RYE MEA FL R,
Vl'iy tbe'--'epnubicai. State Ex t ve RA HEAT
I4n'"-mltmtq5".a call is herebyissia (RCKE WHEAT.
,.P'. IBLIAN" STATI CO~.VTION and dealer' in *
to'be, held.at Madison Court-gous, SAWED and SPLIT WOOD.
V the county of Madison, State of Florn,
.o'. oh Wednesday the 31st day of 3 -y Owners of Schooners -
S .next, at o'clock, noon, fbr the follow ng
purposes, to-wit M AAN 0 L I A
S 1. To elect eight delegates from' this .
State other National Republican Citn- = -
vention, which meets at Cincinnati, on' 'f-
the 18th day of June noxt.
2. To nominate four candidates (or -
Presidential Electors.
3. To nominate candidates for Gover- 1 L 'E,
nor and Lieutenant-Governor of this And lineorFe-ght Barge runrnng .,nthe
Slate.
4. To take such measures for the con- ST. JOHN'S RIVER,
tinted organiz.ti'ooi".the Republican and dowr the oazt.
party and the managetlejit of the coinm-
ing campaign as the invention mTiy 4-Freight4 dclivcred ,,ith p.:,mr ne.me to ll p..int
deem necessary and"expe ient. on heS. I,.h,,. re, and its tritua,-,.e. may,31.
The State Central Gomm'ittce having t | i i
fixed the basis of county representation
as follows, viz.: Ono delegate at large Uu u C n Iui
for each county, and one additional
delegate for every two hundred Repub-
lican votes or fractional part ot Lwo DEALERS IN
hundred greater, than one huudredl,
counting the highest Republican votes
cast in each at any election during thed IQin
pas'tfour yer4s, each county will be en-
ni nmeber -fo4.r. n, e

2;Brev_ .- a E5 ST-BAY-Street,


K' JACKSONVILLE, FLA.


e Ochus' Music Store)


1; Johner. 2; Su r SOLVE AGENTS
oTrylw, -kifis 2; Wftkilla,.2 6
Walton, 1; Wabngton, 1; total;',134.' For FLORIDA, frr THOMAS' Cdelbrated
Delegates to the convention will be
el#*'d .in the usual manner by convene TRENTON CRACKERS
tions in each county called by ', hiN N-
publican County Committbe,.6inq'ce -
there shall be no Coumny. CM tee;in -AND-
any county, or in case aM o in ep -
shall, for any'reasbn, faito ca such WINE BISCUITS.
convention, befoVe the 1st .d ,
the deegate' may be electaed-b i'.
meeting6t conention.n calledtbY a.yx x
'-.Repubt~fl'saidpooi nty, tb .ee t,
l'et.pitty.site, tep.days'--pub ;it e C 0 F IF E E
S8f' f 'oiaenlion dr, mass mtin'be-
"lng given. '-
The Chairuita and Secretaiy3" hf .rOtei1 DAILV, by our ;mpro:ed ROASER.
.-County Conveifiqn -bir mas eeting'0 ill' .,
'.forward a'certfd list of dh en.tes ---t
-E electedd tbheJ 'Setelary 91 4thiobnYAt.-
' tee, -at. l -ten days previous t 0ie our lin., .
meetingng f"t'e State:Conventi6n
' g:n,' The "redptialas of delegatesad 'f.,be
:sip..gne by the Secetary-and& fio by-TEAS AND SPICES


Srder f -.'HS4tate -e -
mittee.. -
EDW. M. Cii ^ Chairnman.
... DENNIS EAGAN. ecrta =. : Call and examine our stock-of

". -aFortun6,'.;l where G O E
Many ti mes iTit'n.attre will RO CE
. f .. ".- .*'laf,- -- ,v' "'- J... .-. and be convinced fbr yourselves.


not he excelled.






IES.
may34-ly


Sor it, ,r N'riui, ,iigeilc-,i jil iilih se "6Sl4 e.

Baltimore Steam Packet Company and-
the Old Dominion Steamship
Company


L. rWAROCK, No. 4. West Bay Street.
':'- -- J.ACKS( >NVILLE, F.LA


Post Olf'lce L.:,ck. .:., 4..
Jan. 22 t-il.


i 8 AND SHOES.
S.-., /. ..'._ ._ ... ....-.. .


SIGN OF TiE BIG BOOT."


BC


EST :B ]' I ED IN 1 8 8 .


-A. K-4ERCIVAL,
0 ":... A LER IN

)OTS ND SHO]


s,


FINE GOODS A SPECIALTY. '-jE LATEST STYLES KElPT C-,ONTANTLy
HAND.
No. 21 West Bay" Stret '(iL' led's Block, i Jacksonville, Florida,
Jlan. aa t-f. !M ,"


S BOOTS AD SROEfS
A. ( Hl, -iS t Nr ,. LY.j5 '" -L .
HUSSEY & HOWE ,L,
H. '-.F' LE .\ND-n'P5 AIL PEALEPS

BOOTS,

SHOES, "


LEATH


A ic.:.inl:. te a- ;:,rtr .nt of Ne'
F, ne&


ER,

AND FINX-IN*|1

v V'..rk ar,., P Jin .ds-A
...,j ;


S-NlERTAKEt


CALVIN


OA .

OAK,


FURN I-HIN

Undertaker and City Sexton,

71 West Forsyth Street.

EMBALMING DONE.


Always
Always on Hand.


,ulle Age h< ,in J.I.:l:;ori\;lle ,ur


Sam'l. Dunbar Co'o ,

MISSES' Snd aW'

FINIE S' A
jir,. Goods sent by. MVi'a; prest;
to all parts of the0. tate. '~ ..
HUSSEY & H-01 T-
FUULLR'S BRI'.
Bay Street, Nar Laura, L .
j3n22-?m .


I'
DEAJcEE.MN -
a-
/ 4-


Metallic Bul'ial (C',ses,

food Coftins,f-Rbes,


Marble, Monuiments, Tablets, Head-

stone.s,- Mantles aid' Grates.
-. ,3 Ageit fo7lrou Eailig aniid fauncy Iron
Work. F .: -
Jackso'.nville I Fa., Jan. ::, L-,, t
- *-\ -


W ill t. e:, I n,,,i U L th l n l\d i u.il .'..'. :',
the '.uI l -_p.'i I tell. Itr'ne \ ,,i iniie, 'ir ich
civic -i nil yi i o g ,-iJn i-.: -il... 1 Io It) 301D,
cali eac. h ll I t .tic ". l in,.. ri in.lr i hii tt ill
-atid.'v their ,l, --i c -.
PI ice Li-t., T"'inm :- C.i -, ami i II l .le .il'il'
infl'ji nu al ic n .n1 i 1i in I li i l n I- ,,I' .i ll 11
Agei-i '.
It u ill Ie [I tl'h i te.e-t l e'. '-' ,\ i %lvihtil
an.i c-ach :iorganiti M un J l,, ,_.., : ; 1t...' iniil': lih,
tipto c,:onitunicate \ uih the uniJetaigii'e.
A ClenternIal Exhil:,tni.ntu .iIee b,,ok n-
.uIthl..i. .,l l.yv tihe il..mi'rl i .-Iion a'\1 II C gl eii
.to tI ;.,ci h.,-, i .1 (. .'i, i c .nt n ijal Ticket.

A. POPE,
C, ,'. ',. / I ::, .,' a'. v.'Jd.
('all oni or address the following inimed
Agents of lie Atlnitie (.'oar-t Line:
J. II. WHITE, Macon.
A. L. REED, jsa\anna1h.
H. \V. TOMPKINS, ..'lanti.i.
M. I. DIVINE. M:,ci.n.
\V. F. WALKER, M,:riig.. nmeiy.
M aT l ""T' ...I.-.:.


S C G. & W. I. T. RAILROAD.

TIME CARD -No. 12.
EXPREISSPASSENGER AND MAIL TRAINS.'
% ii rin it-'i, : i
GOIN. SOUTH ,-,i::', Si..f.,rvspf.r' J.i
L C.e Fe a li-r-............ .......... 5 A M .
Leaee B d in. .......... ...... ..... .. .. -.-- A. M
Leave'-St~le ...--..........---'------- A. 'M
Lea e (:;nes. ............ ........ ..... '.. .. M .
U t. ei.- aine %ille...... .. ......... ......
Lexve Broncn..... .... ...............I.---'-- "3 P. .M -
Arrivc at Cedai' Ky -......-,.. ;..........-........ & .o P. M.

Lea "e -lrdfl-a.n t A. j. .
Leave Prin op........-....... d,?^'A. .
Leaxe G ines% ile......... .-..-:. ......- ...... A, i. M
Leaxe Starke .......... .. .. .......... A o P. M
Leave flald in ....................... ....- ,. .sp M .
Arrie a r Ferrindina- ...........-......'.1.1 7i P. I -
Tra;ni going South connect at Bald Ith train'
J. P. & M. Railroad, for Jacksonville,'at ,8.5 a. na
Tr.,i. going ,nrth cc.rn-iect at Baldwin 'wh -.k.ai- ot
1. P. & M. 'Kailc.nd, for Live Oak, Talahitg-a
Savannah, at 3.14 P. T ...
Close c.nnecaion at-Gaines lille with Stge
pI- and Newnansil de, and at Cedar Keys' with reairs
I..r New Orleanrs, Key' We&.Havana andTampa everi-.
Saturtd y. dv -' -
Steamnter, ,rr S Mary', firtninswi:k. Pravannih 'ind
(harle-tci, Ile.'': Ferrn.indina Tue'day- and Sar'rdays.


,.:_ .. : '.-. r;.t -^-', .- -,
\W ,II l,. e t e SI L 'p MW'. ia-
a rlintelrmc, ialwlaIndngs\Su n .,'^t. -e-)+ $;li._ ^^_
ard the Railroad-\'h. a in '...' '
*' hr:.Lu(h t.,-'at. frr Eirte'i ise and l'fit. edia- .
.dirng Ir.v-re s: ub.-,%e. n MnriJd y.1 n il
Fr.1 .". .
F C. L. .itLLEE, Gen:-'Agett '--
Thrt.t.-l h nto.a No'.. ay".1m ,
.... ...-

LAKE CRES(ENT and ALIFAXR.IVEfB,
STEAMBOAT L NE.

On and after March yo, 1876,
I.- ..-i.S .


EUPHEMIA. .
CAPT. E. W. JO)NES, --
The llate't evening boat fi:m Jack- oville f. "
Grec'n C,,C\- :riid inMtenriediae p.,iont-.
Hi\;ihg i, been fit,-td b \ .\ .: La.ke C e':.-nt a.,Id Ha% Creek, itill run
rec-ularly from B. M. ',aer's Wharf, I'oi of L.aura St.,
f-r P,.ati' a, San Mate.', aid Cire4-crnt Cit, oi Lake
Crc-_,ent, htb retAi'.'r, kn..u. n a Dunn', Lake, a; f ,.-
Lejat'sr n a..k...rnlle Tseys and Fridays
at 4 i:.':lf; a. n La'.:'- Greenr C..e on Tues-
days at 6 a. m. Leate; 'c.:.- et w1 9 a. ni. Leaves
r.alatla .,t uooiu. r.-a:-ihing San M "'r'. at 1 p. m ar-
riine at Lre.cent Ci"y at 6 p. m.
RETURNING
Leaes Crescent City Wedlesdaysa and Satu
-days at 6 c.'cl.ck a. m. Leave- San Maiteo 1 a- 31 .
m. Leaves Palaka ar n:,n, arrir.in in jack-oinvill .
:ante evenne at 9 :'clock. -'. ","'
N. B.--On mid after April 2oth, .ps n- .
gei- \vill be- receie'l by- tffi Line di.ct '..
the Haiifax river.- "'
Forfurther particulars eniquixe if
- .*. B5. B fj ,..:eR, +..*,-
._- ] *:.--- ... Fr Ar t# .,i";+''



-Y AND THUIRSDAY ST

^ ENTERPRISES. -

.w 'THE- iW AND ELEGANT .
JSide-W heel, Passenger Saloon
BTEA IIM ER.


D. F. NIAXWX LL, SI.F't.


SP. & NI. RAILROAD'

O N AND- AFTER SUNDAY. tAPRII. -i
0 7 PaiScI- ger I r.-,inl- ill rn'n dald' Ie .:cplt f ,1d1-
day i ,' l. 1 :l :
Leave ChalttAI c,.uo hee-........................... t. P. Mt
Arm ve at aIalia4 Cee-............................ 3. i, P M .
La;e T la mhac tee............................."....-A P. M .
Airi'e at Lie Oak-........................ ........ a 9 P M.
Leave Li de Oak ...................... ....... .. .. E A. M .
Arr;'e ar Lake C;iy...................... .. .- r A. M .
A rt; e at Bald in-......................... .. ..1-, S. .. ,.A TM .
Arrive at JacksoM il:' e..................... 4-....- ; i 1' A. i.


.RETURNING,
LeaveJacksonvittl .................................. P. M .
Leave BaIld n;n..................................... 1 4.1 P M .
Leave Late City.................................... 7. P- M -
Arrive at LiseOak..................... ........ 9..t, P. MN
Leave Live Oak.................................... 3 5 A. M .
Arrive at Tallahaiiee-............;m.;.............. S-.5 A. M.
.L ave '1 allahassee..............L.. ................ 6.45.A M
Vro1eeat Chattahaochee.....-:...:............ 11.. A iM.
ST. MARKS BRANCH.
I.eate Tallahassee lIr St. 'Marks or) 'Tuesday'
Thursday and Saturdays, at ..-o A. M.,..rturnimagLh
anm-e da at i3 P. M. r..
Receiver and iYneral Sup't.
T. C:5SPOON ER, Master Trarisfortatiorn.
fehb-Sl.-I' .-" -0Q:


Gec


.INI.]


3ird,


Capt. R. H. STUART.
T ILL \lea Clark' 'i h.tn', l i.-F Ne a.ni street,
'V I at U'Ll.L..I a, m., ever' Mnlnda. and Thursday'
f...r Green L'.ve Spring-, T.'.c.', Palt-a, Sanford, En-
terprrine nd inicrmediate landings.
Fo'r freight or passage-, apply .p Loard or to
SI -iHN CLARK, Agi
:apri j .3 -tf.
HART'S SEMI-WEEKLY LINE

Ooklawaha Steamers.


STEAMER
0 OKEE H U M KEE,
CAPT: A. S. RICE, -
Will leave Fo-ter's Whitf, la'crsonville. for Silver
Spring and intermediate e landings, on Mondays at 7
p. ni. -
Palatka, Tue Jays at 9 a. m..', and Thursday tnigh'Ot -.
after the arrival of the Chatleaton, Savannah .and-
R iver Steam ers. .. .-
RETURNING..- -
Will arrive at J'acks.,nville every Sunday p. m. t/
H. L. HART, PropnietA'-a
GEO. R. FOSTER, Agent, Jacksonville.
iMav2-44-tf. ', l


"~~ dv


UTJNTDERTAKER.
NO. 39 JULIA STRE
Sole Agent ior Inii blate for the sale of
CRANnE, BREED & C(, s


E T,


.


rn I


-- -------------- ---


-f~a~rc~


OCEAN AND RIVER STEAMERS.


The Only Direct Line to 10id !








One ofthe following first-class Stean ips yWill s
from Piear a, Ea.t River, New Noik, e ery Thurs..

FE. A IJ -Oin.D FOIA..
THE STEAMERS I'-
CITY OF SAN ANTONIO, CITY O-
HOUSTON, CITY OF AUSTIN,
CITY OF DALLAO.
Close Railroadconnections are.made at Fernandiia
for Jacksonville, Talk.hasee, Cedar Keys, and alrli
."Mts on the J. P. & M. Railroad and the A. G. &Wr
t ilroad of Florida. Also, with Steamer u
B. RLAND for all points on theSr. Mary's '
At Jac.csonville with Sleamboa i fdr .al pls' ..I et .4.
St.Johns River and at Tocoi with the Sf.'.-ofs R-1"
r6aa.r ptr.Augusne. .,
L I A.., ,itahooched':with the. .te _..
%:adll p-ad nrlbt 'x- Ca fii se -


Fret'L or P 4


UNRIVALLED SELF-SEALIMNG
Metallic Cases and Caseits L
ROBES, ,
A K i Lhi It I I MU~c'


I


hit t.


ar


1.


.,ani




o -,." --: ..^^-^
:. THE TRI-WEEKLY ST, RSDAY, MAY 25, 1876. ,, ... .,. -
\... .. *. .A^... ..,* -.-
-- ----- --* ^ -.----- e .. s,,_s. -. .. '. o -'-'
' -*y -PTTF 'n~r\DTT\ CTT\T -It is said that an orange eaten every the officers upon the track, so that when Con- t. BUSINESS CARDS. B 7.- W .^.^- '...
TH E FLORIDA SUN. morning before l.reaklfast will destroy the de- away was found under the house, waiting for Co d Mag 24 1the BUFFINGT at OacksonvilNeDural ...... -~ ", % MtND DEA^W r T' S _
jL__ --- sire for strong drinks, and for the debility that Miller to perform his part of the programme, FF as caling for these letters must say advertise,/. H". *tE.I.' '^.'^- ..
follows their disuse, preparations of iron and he was at once taken into custody by Captain GENTLEMEN'S LIST. Dealer in Guns, Rifles, Pistols, Powder, ShotCapS, .M'NTU~iiS' t'OR-W^U ALL KINDS b. %- '..
-s -^- 1 .AC |fk. T-~~~~~~~~~Jhn Mart'inez, Ventusa 3r rufidgs ngton's Prente Gun L-apper, Q Cw'oe HJT ^I*T ~ ~TTrr>KI ~I^ 1'*,-^
OFYICE Ros BLOCK phosphorus are indicated. Hoey. A. sale and _etnil. FirqClass R Shop ,or 'l"Ire- B- .
OF1C:ROSBLC, Marcy johrn S (2)
Coa a a en edb utc Si sn A Rv JI dadarms Sign el'the Golden Gun, 21 P,,nerStreet, Jdcl/:- lJied in-, cttul|nadaormc 'fbidns "".
Coiraer Bayad Lara Streets, Jacksonille. -Joseph Haddock, a butcher, became ex- Conaway ha been held by Justice Satnpson Rev Murph Edw1ar
jr. A. .. I a i- an authorizedcagentecdingly patriotic, through the agency of to await the action of tlhe Grand Jury anA_ n d']T ot of' ^oe eet,. <' ":'^
oMr. A. W. DaCota is an authorized agent s centennial whiskey, Tuesday, in .the Miller has been put under bond to ap- Win R Munson: Hendrick B I ". At R<
1B/ D r Carter (2) M itchell, H ubbs (col) 4" A t .S N V t L f.E "I '' .Ig ''-d "
for this paper in the city. market and in consequence was arrested by pear as a witness. It is claimed by Miller ..e. A E McPherson, Petor Sole Agent for Florida for 31 ",
"fa J'smes Millt, Charles B Schaefer's Lager Beer Breewery..J .. A... ., ;,
: ; .'- ^( officer Rushing, whom he resisted al first. that the whole plot was concocted by Con- C od James Novell, Henry Veer r n n u. y t h e, i- .FR C"' '-'
Local Bttmian. The Mayor fined him yesterday morning, away and that he was lead into it by the Ch,4.! omor, P..tri, k J 18 East Bay Street, "P. r~ v .:
i --Showeiy. --In the Methodist Conference at Baltintore laWaer. _h__n. E*^^ Jac \'/^-" .'L- **. ,"n. sOLt AGtNTS,, ,Pk A(
it-No F1i thi'.tm r The City versus the Cis Slayers. ,.,Charle.s If Patton. in qu-m r Jail. 2-2-3.EA ,---._"l( 4 '
Fat on Saturday last, Mr. C. L. Robinson, of this -h, T" Cisy OC L.J (. .
.-Water elons are here. city, intfiuced a preamble and resolution Council at its last meeting passed, under a C hi. CanAt Redmoan, hamD AV. EARL, .
iBuyt W KLY^ UN '" looki ng p in civil office.U only suchi as pe ion of the aules, an amendment to an D.# 0 Val Iobinson, Isaac (col ...... )' .
,inean is ill town., ordinance regulaing the sale of meats, &cI D,-. Lewis o,, f .' W.- D
rmr' -Oe~f. nnegan u. 111 town. are known to posses. !.,",id maintain a true 'a F F,^Edward A Ratcliff. Henry C W E ^ nHA P, i- o :" -
-Yesterday was comfortable. hriw.,-tiaa char ,cter n rint'pi .- .Rfere wl ich in effect, prohibits the sale of. fili and Fot~jj or Frost 0obnson, (has "A E ..
T cu roh e cc 1meat within the city imits attto.., ,her place -w o Sanders, Wrt' CAL'%OMINING, GRAININGandGLAZING. a -The cucumber agony hma begun, to the Committee on the State of the C6h-ti-F&. ,ma. hl the city lmiet -, at ay oleet. plae _Ha 5_,.F'k, Seiokn.y Ty A
--The morning now are delightful. the City Market on Bay Iteet. The knM. Comnerr ofe" Jan.a 27 -tr. 0 li' i
--The Grand J y is still hard at work. see to It. object of this ame id nt seems to have been Sohn Stubb '-, Cha t F JILIiM a_ c P re l| -' ,
-Gen. Tyler again at Polk's Hall to-night. The Moncriefshell road, between the city to ring all the de lei-s in these anicle- to- 3%e, 1e "'th, I ALSOP & CLARK ^ $ .
-Th-r fourth story of the new hotel 1s be. -and thetoligateisinamostwretchedcondition. gether in order that the p. of in'peclion Inc n, John Taylor, Ft'mk Qo, .... Hl
-ine-IO~BM~iyoiciicw uwti a u^ -, ^ h' h *"i^ r J~i> JajrE. Tho-mas, Fi.iiik PPOPRiETOPS IF I HE JA>.NSONWILLB._ c49,' A^ -- DH18o d *-
ing putoXM It is so uneven as to make riding over it any for s>anitary purposes may lie nmore _&-Rttu ally 2ac., soshfla Thomas', C At Steailll Saw aud Pla-nlug Mili*^flfU ^^i^~ ffi0'' A*:
-_It n't llfe togooutw hhouhunumbrel- thing but a pleasure and in ;ome portions is done, as well as to increase the revenui jck w j Vaughn. E.ancy '
i m.s f 1 o o tw t out is n T hom as W ilson,, H eur y [EST A BLISH ED 1 84 9.-j ".'" .-
thelse4s s. s, ba d .dly washed as toJ)e actually dangerous, tihe city in the item of the rent of stall., Ke Arthur Walker .os J A C KIiSO,,T lrj[, rE ,L Q R I3. L O1,Im- .:...
3 Stearm andDenuisaEan left town It,.certaly ought lo be looked after.. Considerable opposition to this law is likely LhH Wilson, "R V Cod Edward W ..
:'.... ..'" W "-- ob e ihw e natm tt e A .\hitaker, Benjamin Gang hawed and Dressed Vellow, Pine 'Lu; 0 i
^ g ;7 i _., *.. .I T Pto b e m e t w ith w h e n a n a tte m p t to L 4 hB
^ ^ .' 3S< ll^ af'c.'tql '.1^ of the ap pointm ent .of, H on.- 1. shall be m ade, and.,it Is .probable 'h ^ J-" l..IA p. _S' LIST. MLathha louldings and.Finishing Lumher ,^-. ._.' 2._. -,' -]^
,%v ';.I" BB 1 .'.'"'' *' ": '': t t txaiti.On.f .oslffiiter-o~fhs ^< ^ B~^ .. ..et .^^^ ^ .,. ...... ..
"4. luestio iit AGO aeh li+.twr ;,-.+,,+a
,, v"lit7.I-ones, M rs.M ericaa_ ..' .; .
|'aq*F.t at e.would be. contest in 'ti Not "Jacf "7,"S -- W.
-- .. ... .-, ... ,6er. J ieli *: ..l~aatuMrs Ann a "Dec. -I V .' ""'a -
'"" K" '''.. .wii l" l li. e bfmdce, of Postmaster At Key rmue- ,aleofmeat eMagnoia rket'. ig, Pleasani i --_
Abe- nfb tried dfll next week. .W^^' hasIeen served,'but the practice i.3 sill con- ;y' ,,,S," t H coLcORD, ;. t -_. .. DAlnnt H.-.;* ^-.^"..*-.
* -hen Jonsl spouts those cuilmng di s uch appointment has been made ad ed that an injunt s ooti Mrs F C -. -,%
. -. Th.e. my tr a, thhee min DEA 'r.EaR IN H IDES A N D SK IN & ................... -
h s T. Ra" l broken out again, t h4 stea mery occasioned by the doaw h of Mr. suedar .y the Circuit Caourt in 1875, rest rianing B1 ." e pec I i Block No. 2-1"pii,"Bny
" C"' n at a as not likely to be filled for there pre- the city fro, cosirdg this market still hohils Bhi ne -.Prka MI P, IAC TD EEL F.I :. ,
dent Jones pub thft c~ouncIlmantc H M Jenie P }iexJdn,P'Wlrs D J ,.,^ _o\,L I, PLmD r C .
.. u hes Cloarh with d ity se nt good, and that, until the injunction is seste H .l tnsby. Mrs EmS anuel HigheA, :i.,h pri.Me pI.:id I.,r Hide;HE. SkiYs, IN. 'r.
b u si ne s s tby gv ig t d"rasgth a. eae th e c ity h a s n o p o w e r to in te rfe re w*ith Er ,JMr ,.s, ,.t B ,dd .r.,ne x & ,g.
-Jules Griner, a mail agent on the A., G. Captain Shourda' Dredge. those doingr1 business there. The city M" -.4" Siub3, Mrs C F." Ja 0. B, .
W. 1. T. Railroad, has resigned. The steamer Keebler went down to the bar probably like th, ground that a different. .nD l.' W ellaers, Mrs o. ....
"- W term elonsat a dollar 'and ahalf&piece on Satu rday last taking in tow a lighter npo n edition of affairs no % e xit, w nd that t I J hy. W -Villiams, Fis..r T Vtma" O13 0 0 13 1 IT 3 M Ie. t.,,.

1 ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ hc -wwaas-ris waCetrayfnd8a ptaip n t he b r. ally tge Teie he prc ,ailrk' Oftheirs;.rcn itr ;,ILTNk OFFICE,-** *l^__ ~"-- l1
w ere for sale oi the streets, yesterday. junction Cannot be ,,f f.Lec ur Oth.s il,^e9 .c W hitting Ai rh.. H L MNsic, J,
--The board at the city jail amuse them- being unfav,.rable for work upon the bar, an city a selling meat %%ill -,.-, probalyin]s co'fE r.ADAMS, AnWnDED.CINGFE **;!.


-"pti F. E.Gosmn Coll.ctor of anlinAoMle, Ajei hs rnn 1roPleM.cn lo.-f\malKprclNa\ etersco-[;.E, -i co.tmptonaRD.l RA HIALPNMBE A D.'L'
*selv es byf-giving concert%, daring the day. expl ^ent was made in theriver near aone the inatter. "., ".n,, ,, MI A-;r.. I- ;, .
Point. It is said that the machineS worked Thewe s all markets. in \'ariolou far"V r ntrelligence.- 1r6 .
, -T.dg. SormrMaster of Translyplef taytien successfaliy. A few improvementt, havesinee city, ale a great Convenience to the reid ENTERED. ..N. ]';nty Oof,,r gA\" AND LAUcy -TJA Artcs
of the J., P. & Ms. Railroad is in the city. been ma.de upon it and a trial ill soon Le ill their vicinitie; an, the people seem gener- 24-chr Lizzie Titcr, hi e ", "_-.=.-_.,,_"- .. .H'i ip,,en-.',ttei, .,r- .
':: --lbdward---'it"was yesterday fined $5 made upon the bar. all), to regret the probability of tpielr".incpoln- POtFj)t go' ork. "f,;'twT, ti, Jan. "
: rd otl4rJde Archibald, for assault. Tiuuc.." .- 4'r~ Law,.s, /aa.ie ." 0 1
--ThO Grand National is offered for sale, The Lecture To-Night .... te o ,t---.lhr fMon;d ,- Ginlu, re. N .V. and P lIusic, Grp l v i
We hope that a good audience ill greet A Mail Depredator Arrested'. "Td in k d B fr u i H liF
M r .W'-n'" ha in suren erd.isle se 22-71chr n"arnLllel L. R n',cel], I!rnitl' [ un J nyr, :;e] Od r r mt, ''ur
11t~ ih. IIi. D rn h hole of the pamt winter. ,]d i.,,.~~~l,:,ed, .
wenty-one were received into St. John',; Gen. Tyler a t o f S t. ngh t i, u ri g th w H- 1 1 -. 4A k D.
church n Su nday, is op Young oite o eating aE ut fotherme is one with which probably r' onle ifo the State has b ten filled with strangeren .fror *,
more familiar than him-;elf, and 'his master all part,; of the country, crnplaints o fre' D I
!" -2/liptiLin F. E..Grossman, Collector Of handling of the gounject haf, drawn froi the qe, ,rloillof 'lall parteNh and leer-.".-orl ...n con' f fine --. M p ,.li.o,,,id a '. P R A .tT IcA LLER.-^1 PL U M B ER, D R U G. M1D CIN S. ,.
atei for Ferandina, w w press of all f ater of the Country the highe>,t ti n it, oner, sent in the mpfails to or .from rea onable ptices. abed. 3t AND H n








l' ^ '' ^ S /** localitynone having been seen excepinear oe tn n e thea t Jo hn' ier na t be n h o n-d R r^ ^ ^ T. .,bige- .1i .'- ,,,.,r.^ ^ l ^ 'n c ^ ^ ^ .hir
| ?:'; T % '* .A- m e n c om i ll oa y re s t a ;, ure d t ha t th e p oi nts -1 h 6e lt J r e r h b e e .re" ,, i t ,l t, r t-. -- ', -







'" '. P sa ha aled eireggd b a ,'a~ ei~ h +"e and Al"e ''to to tei^ 4 ^ ___ V- I Fanc an oletAi{l s l,. .J.-r"" ,.1,1
!Judgi I? sei and family left by the even- lecture will be highly interesting andneioter, tinually pouring in upon the po-t o13Ce Official's Fatvaor ^ & X te re, I T A < /.
"; saeils." we.e.k.. .. Tickets a bo hnd fot New door. The_ ,ice o,. These I es ,,eree we~ finedkr.p ll "-, '*- l t go an } ..Iok t T em EORGI A A ABA.A TRAD city and t e"B PEFtlm at W a s i...n g ,'
ofl mC makig Ianig, as mail of admission iem fifty Cents. to mniall packages colii n fing a 'ticle iof Wea r-V F. M illet-, No. 5 ]a '' i ,le i i i..' l -
ing apparel and tri-,ket, sent troun the Nort e al the fond ntothe,' in tmn whih hi; PUMPS, I76oN AND.i L;'D PIPES, WXTER '-r".,:r ,
p oThf water. in the upperhFor New York. tnisitors here. They were mailed cpiefl- .obfFLY BR-.SHtlS wtii Aight'to' be CLOSET I, C ,-.t- iUBS A --AND a. ,," d dli spH b D J
Th seani p Ciy f alasarivd t -ad'S Ciadd.C It t ,.DS
eThe st eamshtirrpe C ~ity nof D allsatr ed at "third clas," matter, aofd as stich the), w-,e ; .,:Ana7-s.-.rtmer, (.,I ot G ... .
l" isrsaid to Fep alt Sdina M onday night about dark, and Pluimelura.t" ',I;i. "y..i J' \CH..c' E-A-. ArUCi L' E,'I
-Circuit Cor i o h l n h nie hnJ -. Thobliged to be left open for inspection yo r ,w^ k. "l r ..
Am y Stte .lo Led yesterday at six o'clock v. hi. for New .in hat th e co ctai ed no e .... .. E U 9 ; .... 'iM. 1 i : "" o n
.ycii.rss Is.t tdoin adapt.-in tha the cou e % r ..
c',.',n t Y ork 'She had a full passenger list and a f ng. At thne r w ay o f td adacaptthi' u ^,-. t d -- .- JA C K .U NV-at e'".
,'. ,m o i m t o f f r e i g h t a r h il e a e .lsh i p b' h er o. m at e.J s tea l i n g o f b y'ht s h e r c" .V A '. P Ar1.., .- . 2,l l l s
i t i~ i n g W ~~s e n g e r s w i r e f 'r o m t h i s Y ,, = i h n 6 / : " .. '
w it o u v ,, 1, F' o"'
., "e -I ,.- J0 :, 7".% :=;
I tt Jam es M o r, Chas I..W ea ',e the. loss; of letiters Co titn .. i A ph a th .i,'" "- _". ";"".....:,O .,,h,
"-;j s' .T il. m6ney that. many availed thernisel~ie -1N''. .." y[" :... ..
+.;--, ~ ~~~~~~~~express to forward remnta,,ce+. ; i..,+.m', y. + J.d.;: ,:, :,: .;,
present in Cool, for th e Season. JXa),rteee pan+,eem~, !!" J B-, rr v+
i'umber of Tueada-1 afternoon, between three and four retl to Poritntast~l'.Gene,'al Jewell by fri ,- 1.1 L b: ,si FUATR,:X A DL ~
hties+ ~o'clock, .the vicinity "Of St. John'., Imills, aboutE of his, who were ,qt,:pping here, and tha0'tr-_,,Iit9 FUR ITRE AXE ,,ch I.-H N L 17-OI, J., "'"- .
Utetng itern'floating arout four miles below the city W\as %-kited %% ith cial has for the past six nionths been . '" ', ii '.'.!.. to J.. unb u e ''f 0J / ,,2'gA ..' "'.N-"D-.. ..
tiei' -In'I Florida orals hail stormn which lasted for, several mintttes. e-`yeetont rc p h ul) paan.eelve a fine to of cm lu~,s*ok %%D "ic wil be"
numbe ..ofee\e spca agene %%er ufcoek here wI]b SPOKE FACTORY, ~ e,.la"~ ,:.ki. ILNR' +
cl~r.tie.to the hog,.;." Hail stones of an urmu,tallyv large size fell and nute oLseilaensieesnth r ,! t )0lh to: make ii mfra,)hrltt a~r-


I, ,I ,111.W411 St..LL plshr "on '1 : S^^ h ^^ --- o *W"- + '-- ^Hfi. A0^Reucio L l" o
.lost. At 'a late hour Tue,,da\y night, the bati te flDasof ,hat the) mrale management for I a t G O E -;., d Pldnre d :,,, 11t her l, ll Ih Ite n
s i ,- -", y',* EE, V U pu ls e this or- ... .-ued y t e C rutG iitw so c pe n -^ l a 'i. W l~ re ; l .. . . (..: ... ... ,* t,...- ,I t -',,',-,,.epl,~ ~ udr~ ,,t,, 41 '-1 G r at R e uc ion in *rice of-*'
,,: -.. H r W EK LV S .so n- had l teen feet of after r iII n er 1 .ve marke ol e d olla r, holh w ee :ale ., t,. .un**t at M o,:.g s ii,,I1','g t, 11,111.-. L
ia is a large thirty two column n paper, filled' it d ,_ ,' ...l i- O- last I, S .P- ,- ,.m F0 or L --AH1-
,.-i. .. terlay Sv w as-reoorte, mth She h aI a,,- t r: nF ,r t rttF- a g et o k ig a ': M aterita,. -.: ,
.'..;', tit^ vaietl~ ot inte sting r~ eading matterd "i :,ae a st "o"n to piec-; ,. i . ..,lr ........ .... .................... a; ne k tes -,: gloves, M aterial ..... ....

"'^ 1^! ^ "^ ^ ^ Dr-N- ^ .^ ^ wdeceih Theyn ...............iI ......... :... o oag ad- p >* ^?. a ..<- :t:..^ ? -'t ^ ^ -
^ ^ ^ h t i S n t r Inspecto..r a tWO-N iy ale .as+. t arie gb n t ) ie Co rt D e ii n ui l- iert,f giv ntl he, i r. >w ioh ta i ec t hey, glw ere Ct i R;n,1 ........le per I b: ........ .. I7 w ei .. c ,..th ^c_ .lv.i,l.,rQcdiuu nl nJ i:~~ ./; -"
,L nd net lay, printed resig tood ape .e ^ ", nd E w r ris e e l. u .. c i n^o h snu "e co'a ty wa c ." .................... +^G" 1,:c.1 i,> g if c:,.~ ^ T T ~ r" ** *- '
a nt p ri doc., directed to Datoascu-f Gt a., on S nday. hiA..ris, a r ... ................ -, . P-
; ." "_ :- A s4. e u m er en u t afd a in o : ., : '" -Cou r~t N ew s. T ."ur + ,e ch ........ '... .................. '-' '" R o u g h a n d P la n ed L u rn b e r,. .'- + .' .
di,'e, Circuio beats W.us. Givepus a r tfiren:teis to Fort Geo,'ge, ic which %%e,'e placed T t L r I small ... ..... "... ........ ............ .^" 7 '
,. ,.1- o eeti. the Citze ns'Gas .. .. n e e t r z,-' pa,,er da, pIas o ie i",i o,|', .... ..... .................. ......... o h B,.k-t,ri.! T< \ "- ""-'




ik .'. ,,, .c '.i' _' i ni l fv marked -,ixe idollAar n b uioII% 10' I l .-i an I c i M ou per sa k................ : *"i:
busi ness "" of: .... i r .. ... transac ., the ury- bo:.a n lumber of c ase t ,, mti ,r ,a. ,-" -.-, M.c! Ly R......... ................ ... ( : ;"
~~~~t .+-' m/ _pt as a ot p es n~ m U -'-r" th;e ztic ,,er rFim il Clar,., 5n which Chv+nr, t .; ,.,.,'....,.. "
.- ~ha .a:,' goo time .... orte ."c 11. .... 160k S('*ro1L-.am l Turned NWo tk ,i 1..
..- ,. ... .' *..-.. .. -_.- .,,- j t, r v_ cf n,,a, lnd c. T -t e ih.-. xad 1,) H rnn -v -,g ................... ..... ... (; -
.. .... wer .... .essels at ...... port loa n ........... "5 ,.'-J it,,...-u/ c i'"l' .- "'1,.i',;.r .r,; i, ,.:.- :.r'r.
: ,T te da .. e en~u r ov Fri $,tt. j: --ag oi. ..,-o t at..] .l tile up ar .li .. Bad'e,h .........". ............................. 'Q' 5 ." ..:-1 -- : :




-toebe the ve ry lw rtns peetor or vessel s e fas trioec, D: ovy athe oseo Mr adh d the detective rt. Decih, ,e.ica .... ... -*-;,; '"nt Yers "xeie c in Flr"a "" R R A:l lPtIIN /
'""~~]F ...............+...... ..... .="-- . ..
n ~ m cedi y ,-e ing E...- hiNduie o" A ,o- .il so.- .i ,u purch ha,-the thillr t ..re land, up. .. ............ ,. en .t;l. m .-., ^ th .. ,r ,1,;.l P.rn.,. .' ... JO, .




:+#+'--- lt'mi 'es no tt pe are tihg t n c n i a fo e.n < i te p to a f _:_ f . u! "W i h 'nd E w r ob Prie, t w oer als t t e, irc te i 10 F r G e g n he oft e L ^^^ : ;:::::: :::: ^ ,hL,,f~e n~ h tMhentnut \yore. ^n. o:naan.\ watch,:,l. Po e.b.................... -:
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V othis St a nteafr y Prsd nt as been metio e fot. seem tha eoa a ant a a e ilr w siu d v b nt ep -es. :he rur- Apes.e b..r. ............. 2 ^ ^ A E -O NS E M t CI, giing- the iipe.ct tha they.^ ~ r?. wer ,
Tl.e ,efer r C. Ras M. peculiar clu e- o I b ................... ... ,- T c p .
*. l .. -' .. C h ut. t T e ne l ha a l:,t ll er< Ol,'i) athe ~atid C ," :' "" .................. 1.. .e. out r..1 a--r l "
,.. m 'e\,a.nhoM il r tst etoflany il tm1a'L nthatI,, o-' rre n -ee/ ...........n.........ina...r.,.................'.'-...... ,....-
,, ,. eulatin db e s uv -. th e. ; E lw l D hen nis ghcon ict d ,as la r,:enyister ; nTh boat aned on t, n,.lar -Ie att Fda V l ..... ".:It .. ....................... ........ Il -
ile p ubric rchs e the Jok hi fo a pfr. er o3 ao rtrun e l a rt ad .1 E





', It "i .e c.t is i, ,rae -ee of a goo v ih -il wa. ...-pped theft fore watet. ^ he jw ur. ,,-: place I,.inl the hand fte,:l. .1^^ ""* f^ea r<. s" f^ ^ W "' ; ,. .. -- _
-'- .eetp ln f the hdran a a d tpan d .. V eb ........................ ........ 'ea o4 '





was.. herled^ .on odnday .. hafternoo.,a h Bo th; wie re thend tril "ee tatte- ,,er obta, a j,,Yteda tornn heaa t aken .bfe -H.lc r' t ................ ^ *... n u 'i l M c i e W r s ._ o* -AND^ .^O,31-PRINT[(,
^ ^.tha hedctet haheve. hee houn byteba n.pl oGenCv pig.Bti ntdSae-Cm isiotner A. t hu?.bA :.a... n:'^^ ^ ^ _^ AL "OR "AR N E {\.:,BS K.T "'"Vyq ot e isueo any" -r % ed re B.o e' pef....... ..................... ....... -- ., ..F A K ~ a D IO I T R .[ B !:[MF q
of~~pi t -se r tr r. ee R.F se o Am u :i regarde v to ] cdv a sd e \,t golen t 1, 01 111 1 Ag n Fre "V ieal ...e...... ......................: .............. -







busirnessof u bliaga erst. m was tra nsacte tor happened toat 6 rs o'c lok t. paid oat 9theyre an .aonked Special Ag,^ ,ent M ro o la LniyD eerbyaclb ..................... .........................nF r:.u.hcr i,. ".'-.,io .n p,;. c< Q &I n G ~L \ ... .. "i*n >,Chnt a. 'Tr ass ult wtth t day he two prevous fon a tuse ................... s. o-' r. 1. '0 : ---= "
was lum e fon Monday. T e s alle ofor ths $ staut d L gte t riald le i St his te d fPdiig -, e do cable to obtsi l bo:d.ep l t., he ould,. Le mE;r., serd,:,: ............................... -', ,ndutr ial M ach n"e .-, ..s,
of to b set re taryoM r .atesG pado. ter. No arrt ied tobe D. c ,nasve r atle the %oast and p.t tat.1 hne d tbelieved tie tl o jthei iti hm, Coants I, e ach ...........................d to Tt Y2 e 1A Pilorida .- ;N E ATD p iin
~~~~~I NK lRt POND.~khrteef
ds a r n a ti.%ia d a i l i ,kect 1 p il A gtt~ ):en -t h e,"%11 10 the a Lmi n%. -;" pe s ackt ...,r......................... ,, .,., teL b rn ,th-M h ro t e tam :at n, tc'a tSI iE CA l ,." '
busin~ ess nof apub i nearth ta yc nd d .a t he fro c rne na n atet 6 to'l ok eVa 1'enan by ..- -t.rabiprt ...... .................. "' '5 ": .. .:
0o+ o + pe bbi ............. ............. .... or rr .hi c m;n t+
l u b e p o i, Mon. a y. T h c a s 'fh i T h e S peaiel Ag ,I G a m en e t h a D id n W o r k .i ah ,k, -e drl (. "i .: -5 I~n u ,, n m rTt l o e e a .s ntc, 'a .
..... ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~' 1-,. %.a ioght. nutller for it. H eai replied tha he"it L arem rl lb..... .""p....r d....o: ...........,..ha...............r..e e yt in ..m .: '. -" ,FT ~ E R H E DS .)
-3 e / e d e p p o e oLta r th e Tho u,, rsd i,, t eni g h t C i af o Po lad i nise r (ol rk a n h n e I n ]Irtt e w a i g i~ { i~ i 3 ; , i e + ..
to thish very lowerates pa d torvt,:,,k for andyhan ctoutheddPiotaBano'a7:-ech, ..................................r, 1q. I"
" poed~ urhas o a rat o l nd or a ark. clroes .ted on D r. Toaayl r.o n at then inU ~ of N. :,rd. I'or tw fte idcgc lric )T e ty l, Y e rs', Exr pes.rkienc sedi n tFlorida, _
.................... .... en bl t -' l..nee the a\ %arfu %%TI S l anp e .r d'ils A the an y ..t b- "
"b r -,
.;. Itdtotes noty i n gearh tery cn diaed fo m diece good Fort~i \'ag supoe not her.e ofa thkept lc b............... thems~e torntnin Chehnn aliintdo tile hint~oar n iut Crl h.. 1
+~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~dh wali attemlpt'a to thooug draiage cut d. Ce wa- blce In th-ad-Ite i ' -.ih'v ;,reSo: fPten aatdtal s.
\\'oo C u r np e r ... ......... ... ...... ; 3 cf rk r q i e in hl ,e o an he re u r d ". P .I F .... -- .
-~~~~ ~~ ~~~ me to e .... "e i tha o a an Iu na n me M ie Unit d Stat bes it)ntmil,.oe r Of. tile_ In bot.. ........ ........................I tD ,:: t " ".. .ot i$ t~. "
It?,a-* e t iv t m u s. t h atvt e li o n. M o ntg o m e ry. w e b o atp ond au t p la~e n C o rv e ttp r mg -" 'e b o a t] to, ....m it: h a d, b e.e n.x p a i C a it .. :i t W A T.. ..0W S I E A
h., wa i ted an eEn'in tin EN IN S the~ m.ounct oer;er rit.l e,.n-..
\.ag ing Vm.,:. un is n, or a ney ,,id-tha bes Tabo th:0,fr p hlont the htonew C.....-
....jo h ;-. t p e r a h-)e e n e +ei o th 'ee U n t dn"" t.. =o w ive sa is a rctio A lor .4uIth c r a ixvrm tio n a nd p, oe Q R _i b]I I G A \ ') ~ .
.. .. S pe ia -X e t .efl e ")i:. th e D a vid C h .. .. .. ........ .
'.- '.',"X ndJa es H ll f r ss u t hat bought.. n M miller ,'t i ttd it it waun bl t,, obtain bod(ei Lard lb-ng t 15-) i R N.1.P N, "~rthn -in:7 n..
..... .e .:n .... Jn c~ r in- a" %% .,r. .,I.
-The Prs doe -no ap rv oftepo h lr nd% e eInIi ttie v afil El 'cir- .
hous a-,d il the night %% to_ adm nite ,Ct....... .. .
""". th, vta' of CAST NGS It "n '"-I .. il n


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