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Title: The new South
Uniform Title: New South (Jacksonville, Fla. 1874 Semiweekly)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 61 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Adams, Carruth & Co.
Place of Publication: Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: January 9, 1875
Frequency: semiweekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in Apr. 1874; ceased in 1875?
General Note: "Wise men accept the inevitable, but strive to shape the future."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 33 (July 15, 1874).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 002042985
oclc - 12368935
notis - AKN0866
lccn - sn 85038367
System ID: UF00079941:00044
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-- NE\V SOUTH. before'.:'the V rebellion] kelVa:: schoonerherccatTying The'Stranger tn'F1 rid. week. with a good .table.and Igoodibed- ,I. VS. .PROFESSIONAL CARDS'&c.J VV : 1: VV V V _.- V VV .VV. VS .-VV "V '.",_.. _;: V
THE 'r.1. I J".l 'h MISCELLANEOUS : ; :XS. ) 'P.
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turtle and ;'cattle to .c t : 1 V 'f"
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our'estee'm
E"F.RV"'En ESD \ AND lIavan0. V V The earne.Btatement will.answer also : V V TV q' V4 "V'V. V V V .. .. .I' t
71jfitD SATURDAY. South o( thls.t.h only bays of.conse* 'sd fellow.citizen.'SoloiTlobin.Hon; ', \ii so, for Si. AcguStine; Palalka and Green, b ;F. A.. :MANUs" : 5 BRQCK & CoiE-l-IER's". V' '"f- '. :,
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qnence are Sam ooss Charlotte and replete with good '! nnd. 1 ; C'I .
VF.SLTJSCPflON: common sence which tbe
:UIlS pVbrV Springs are principal V 'V .(Recently of Baltimore,) V I I t. ;
ifl subscriber. f J.50 per annum.1I..uEl.w. .Carl(; jimy! '. Charlotte Is|he J largest of and furnishes' many of the best possible :- places of resort. 'At several other placeson ; C-L MATHER.FRANK- *" E. UTTLE. ; :

hpo cad; and eltt copr the three, and will admit vessels draw the St. John's the .HOMEOPATHIC-PHYSICIAN. ., .
and on coast there
rccdftd a&one timc.IULT. answers to thelnnumerable .-
Iattlld questions -
:.III 3n ing six tu eight feet.. Various 'rivers are boa.rdiDSthoasehose at c : .. '.,.. ; <.. .#'1 gNSOLIDATED .RIVER LINE.-.,
annum. Tell ; Magnoliaand t < ; : ; J.
wbsa1bcT1. per flow hitoiliese that are askedila by.strangers.: about Flori: Has located in Jacksonville. 'Office and reica' V V v '
bays to ;have V V a W-l
Supposed
1coplcs.. 11,60; F&fty cop- Enterprise are' exlensive. A -few o* Monroe street between Laura Pine .,, 1 V. .
,:." CAW'. ; their sources in the,{ everglades. The and the meahs'ol reaching 'here, and visitors!go to places1 in the interior andfind'at 'the.rear jof).ijcmaboardiDcbcutc.g.26d. ia C, OiATHERi: CO'; : ; V ':;: V ; V V 'J'l..t t1..

." IandaVa1og: the Larbor and .Zfr r ':ire accommadatibnS an 'expenses: that will '. t V V >. ->-V *" { .'vv V..' .
ADJ-UTlSI.\'C RA TES: d&tions at town rates;: but j ."' : NEW ARRANGEMENT. 'u iLJ h.
00 per inch.or ks .first 1aucn10: rich .hammock, healthy ana. :.producetmplcal be'methere:, that we are'g a3'lo 'give Winter, is;the:..barvesttimevUitors J _N.. BETTES,; I r J -Jr **4 ( V i>- '" ,

Sa.anU'..1 cents.WPkLY fruits to perfection. All the I it columns.TO&hCEdaorTbeTnbune. would.nbt expect to find rates distressingly -. '.. ., ., : -t; t. "< ..:, Until 'node llMFLORENCE ; _pri.t"; d. i.J-\ V
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prominence our J' : will Iea_ .. ....
t .boeqUClltC1f leu.fint inscnion: each islands in the barber (of which there are low V PHYSICIAN.AND'SURGE 1 Jac daily ar 9 Pahauka.aadiDteISllaSs Il.
-that term is'more'likcly to ,
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'u per V landIngs,sa LJu9wE
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--, ) are fertile and 'offer fine :" V V f.kl.'iI
.i'IS many 'many: be applied' the fare. V .r '" V
V wLW.' ",eensper 1IDCTaun spots for' residences.. A fishing trade I 1 SIB : SInfce BO'. many'of readers A.goOd many people who visit Florida V Jackjonrflle. Fla.OWICB STA'ZION&RSi : V : V V :: d f

Cd" m AOVAIIC& WJ1SV kept up between here ,and. Key' go: annually'to 'Florida for'health and spend some weeks very' pleasantly V Opposite Ocean Howe,corner"of Adam V OB .. ,
tAlC.RUTH & CO. ,Occaa atrecIL. V V VV t T.csd7thesday. '"
AVAil S, 6-7-601 tad rrid >
Aadi 'lacbonO'il\c FJorida. Vet and Cuba.. pleasure,yoci cannot deyote' epace.t
Dade county stretching along the better purjuse,.'about this' IJml'," :Jinpually being admirably.snittd, to.the"purpose.. WaL & ARTHUR A. BIRNEY.: ; .; "..,. ,'Wo.tND4., ;'c ; ,.: STARLIGHT V _., .l
than them n'C V -
inf
: Atlantic seaboard;between 1 latitude 252C giving rma- I:spent the whole month of March :one .* % .1 V .
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Fl'orid& LeUCZO. ( 1863 posW.se* 'an excellent9 harbor; for lion about the State. I take'NewYbrk year luau open boat voyage tip the river,' .'Hl' .. V VATTORNErYS.rV 'I i UilA', -: V n. VVVi .,.looelleV1V. 'l' l';:'. : 0. .1taihoa41Vur. V-t-_.V .
and as. the 'taning-polntv:.beoimwiHi 1 .. 'VT'1 j ff.'U .s.t f DIll "ya. ,
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liely to interest many, vessels drawing nine feet.-'Waterf with alight camping in the wovdrwfth. heUer ---- -1"- -_ f 'L ; .' .
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of t comparing. Florida of 'themeans house at its entrance on Cape best for' freight or passage though beside pair ot rubber)Jblanfcets."which' '4 R E. E T;.. N 0.<".330 .!tr -; .J 't .n t. HATTIE"" ," ",.. : l.t .V < .fIJAi.J.h". f- V V:... -_ ,

Florida of ten years ago; Florida marking the channel into the steamers run from Boston,-Philadelphia were sufficient as we had only one light WASHINGTON CITY, i ( ';' V V V V V I. Trom ShiW-d wu.t_ ; :' t tV .
with I and Baltimore to Savannah and 8C oOn- V -
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shower 'and Zajdi;
present bay (Key Biscay ), which extends fora : no frosty'nights. I'hope V ; V V atwdaThmucUmsL
ye rrpobWl! this i ries of letters writren- distance of thirty miles in a northerly ers from .these ports'Ib Jac-ksdnville, ibis Information will be:useful and.sat- '- I' VI !V :. V rtfplGil : L1iH "

at that time.i which 'carry freight; -remarkably low : C. DREW,. : ... FLORIDA EOATSV V V
to ihe CVUI'7 Gentleman and southerly direction. Numerous. From i h tory. l(not; persons need not write, .JB. JACKSONVILLE. .: ., ,,_... ,..
indebted to our respecLid friend, streams'discharge into it from the everglades New-York,. schooners sail every private l letter* to;me. It is ten; to one ATTORNEY AND V VS V ; 1 for oterpra aa4 intermediate bxHop; .

Ve are of thc on all of WhiCh water IWer. is -.eeki and there are lour,or five lines of they will get no answer: When J V ,, COUNSELLOR-AT-LA\\- '. STARLIGHT,from Railroad wharf.)I1.IIIIISYIISIP"
Cor copies .
O.f. Ansl'l PHIcrrosmox found controlled generally at' no. great good Savannah pa n -e ..steamers to Charleston disposed to write I will tell THE TRI- .' .. HAVE- JDST', ;1 REMOVED. .TO THEIR. NEW. 'TbandaJ'So V '.V j j r."
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tiicing them. expense, with a. tall of ,about five iect, and 'where' passenger* transfer erNE readers what I know about Florida Office in the new Freed/nan t Bank BuMnz-coriKi "V AND COMMODIOUS STORE ON -i !. .from Shipyird wharf oa.Taodar;s.d_lNt.J
: on through tickets good boats Pine and Forsyth Streets,Jacksonville. Fla .,' "c" . Saturday V
upon lathe old VV V
their
which be V
.uP TOroGRArJlY. may employei} for arrowrootor mean ..timel.; : am. acquaintance .. '
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to the St.-'John's itet*; g. ft 1aika'1y'SundIr( tJl-ti '
and .aDy'point below V V I 40"' V V V cxmpiad i
lumber mills.; The necessary supplies SOLON ROBIXSOK.. V V V V' EmcrptM,t>+ I *Taodsqr Ttanday and?., .
florid* i-4 the soutbern-mobt state of for running either irc found directly Palatka which is-one hundred' miles :,Jaclifonvttltii: .,Nov. 18, 1874.;; jRANNO: ,:, ':" : >. > -. BAY.. STREET, >-., LAURA and: Friday amrnJagk." '.' -, -i .*;- 1 1 J
and was the fourteenth ad- from the mouth., The Savannah '. "
the Union, on the banks of the.streams.- The steamers :. Fieigbts TctIY5d 'daHTlrt'thcit' ie u a'r .1. ;
federal coiiotitulion ; sail .We only 'desireto add now to the ; ATrOJUfE'i.J''kiv *, ., .- J BKOCK
the Saturdays ,
under TuesdMThursdys'and .
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WILL'SE
land on the west side of the bay is V ,WHERE FOUND 'Ageat tlattie ami tIr-: rW dlil.
'luatcd betwM-n latitude 24 3
jl north .n-l longitude 80 and ts7 45' view in many places. An opening directly or ''. Through tickets to Jacksonvillecost one of'the most comfortable, and(( the ; pffice/U.Reed Bock. Bay. -5rm.. ., .' h- : .::. t. LV,"I VV. ; VV' : : ,_I-II : '; 'V' V AgcM:SurUght.;SVVxfEw'
lx uD weft the to .t.he' V 2'4 iNrn-i'k.Fl.r A J
through keys. gulf most direct and cheapest: routes now to V : LARGERASSORTMENT..VjS :
east by the Atlantic ocean, meals upon both ocean and.rivt' stm- > ,. YORK5 AND V V V : J1I.w.A .
MithVd vert I t.y the (;Julf of Mexico north enables and vessels soutlu to be From seen in hero their the course only ers' It isV the same via Charleston.' Florida from Ke'iv York, ;by V the New I'A.?. .WRIGHT, V V V .< i' "" .VV .; :...' .;VIV.*0"'" VVV -r-;, .1 .k-:' .:. V. : ""f-J VV.

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ud the IVrdido river: the latter divides good harbors are at St. Augustine Ft r- Steamers Jl'ave-I believe Wednesdays York. d..Fem Ddi a line of Steamer, .-; > ; '" '1,, :: )j : -.' VV.; ". ,," ,' ,.,,. .' V V.. I. \ \

west Florida from the Gull section of nandina and H good one Tit Jacksonville, and Saturdays.. The rteamers Dictator; which'leave weekly from Pier No.2 V .ATTORNEY. LAW, '.' "STATIONERS" .." ,. SUP'PLIES. i r. .FERNAND1NA.V < f

Alabama.niileis-orSKSSl.aiV!u area' acres.is 59.2GS The tUtc square is on the! St. Johns, all' admitting vesselsof and and City Saturday Point leave evenings.Charleston All-the'river,Tuesday North River. ;:.By.this line'for 920 .passengers V Reed c : Mock Bay. Sly Jacksonville, ;FU.Wifl !: V '. .:.;';;; I.:;.; ;; -, .,: ": '. ,V V V ..'" V 'di tnV:1V VIV :. j I

di Med intu thiny-three counties, mnj- sale vightlo anchorage.twelve The feet, and finm giving and good most steamers, land at Mandarin lira.Stowe with.baggage,are brought with V lections practice dromptly in attended the 'ercni. couns of the Setat.. .z8cf'V Col THAN IS TO BE FOUND IN VS V .. STEAMSHIP LINE. ; ,. .tir ":3bOUV I

(diem nVw, it* i oiulation 140,939. magnificent river of Florida thc St. .8[ place-Magnolia, Qren Cove in the State without. the expense and VV -.; ,.{. .. .

The largett iiuiuber of any one class: Johns) sweeping around a large extent Springs' and Tocoi the railway stationto annoyance of, any' shifting' baggageor B. A:J'ATt1SOJI.t 'A. S. ...11. 'V ANY HOUSEVINFLOR.V V V VV VV 4 .; .. ,. .. ... J
in ngrii-ultural Su TheSavannah OTHER j
purfuits Augustine.
steamers -
epgnp-d .
are of the in circular lorm. Its t 11-n5fc'r'c "
kind and landed .
l peninsula a any at VS '
buttht-re *& an t-qual number i>f othtrcltB although within twenty _do ijot, go above Palatka. Smaller TTISCJN & :1IEEK.ATTORNEYSATLAWi I VV ,IDA 'k A. DINA.FLA..October7 .. f !
c' "hu devote themselves to comment sources, probably been boats-di,", 'more than'150 miles' both upon a good point of departure any point V ; '. V V V V V V V .V V} V .' ,;. !mfob. I
miles of the have
and the mechanic coast, never the 'St. John's'and the; Ocklawoho. either line of Rail Road for onrthe "j V V ".. ; j
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: n aitutactu explored. It often ..spreadsfrom three on St. : V : .1. : V r MED TAT OR fl'1 i'<;' k i ,, '

: arts "Lilc i ut a small portion arc enpl'ld to five miles in width; at other places it There is am all-rail route by curs Johns. When known thiswill, be a .favorite AT PRICES. COMPCTTOG.Vrra.TOICESCHARGED -' '. .;; !. 11 1 VV. V VA. V ': ., ,..5V VV l1 t. J.. J ,
iu pursuits. Its through Washington to Richmond Wel- Office. eap XAltTlN:
prolt'tbioiial RcQua..bW1diDL Jacksonville.Fla. '
I is not one-fourth of a mile. It is exceedingly ; V :FOR': GOODS OFTHE. SAME { .
route.V ftwt- J
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jejih from eat>t to west is 385 niiles, don, Charleston, Savannah etc. At V V I
width frum north to south Tfl VIeS' ('crooked meandering througha Richmond often divide part E. M. "; DESCRIPTION IN 1 NORTHERN1 CITIES. V VICKSBURG .h A V
tni its beautiful and healthy country..1- passengers, P. JOHNSON D ... V.; ,.J- t
(ruin Wt" 2JO miles. As thc' whole it going toward Weldon knd part 1>y way RAILROADS. .; : '." .., LJ V V : : V ..V' Wh VV
, though in a straight line pot c pe'RUDOLr.'t
may .be
,
I' province i.a jt-ninsulu, it pn gents an one hundred and fifty. miles (vomits of Danville; Greensboro',, Cbarlotte.ColumUa. KSONVILl.E.' PENSACOIA.. AND HOMOEOPATHICPHYSICIAN : : : !:- *!*? .*' '.:. V : V 5' : :' ..,:. .t.1 '
tiU-ndttl point tg lhe.t*, and from its ,Augusta, bavannah.: So those JA AND SURGEON. W.E"ikviTE.-: : ; ; .- J. "
in meanderings'
mouth to its court* its MOBILE RAILROAD CO. V :' -i M.I'* '
\ position x- well as $lortualioii, is calcn- yet who go by Weldon Wilmington goby V These tIamcn sail from New Y 01'\. Pier.Noab'V' V .
if is twice that distance Vessels \ :l. :: ,
: lottxl, wbfO jK-uplctl to enjoy a considerable Auguata instead ot CharJeaton, leaving Gn: rAL ScrutnrrcKDEirr's Orncx,-1TALIAH Ofti<.In Mitchell's new building,north side of Bay THE.ATTEXTION'OF: ." River t, and from FenondiBa Railroad Wharf ncrr "11t V

! fitinre of navigation ; but the u ant drawing eight Dun's feet water lake can 150 enter miles Lake from the train to'Ch rlcston' FJorence. ASSU, December 19. 1874.jOn street opposite, between the Post Newnan Office. and Market, streets. ,10 nearly! :;: ... ,-j V.v :;:; : "4VV : .; ;, ..: ':,: . VV .: 'V !: : I' 0. Iflft'' V

j of fit-cur biiv and harbors, and the George and When I came out this year. the laUer and after SUNDAY, DEC. so1874. Passenger -. VV CITY AND COUNTRY-DEALERS V .. V V UEs4\Y51, : ; ','
II its me.uth. It is here only one mile trains on this.road will run as follows: V I V-t: t.u .1
dangrruu* b.trs at the mouths of its part of Octo'jer ,I took tickets by the w.L. COAN, ; ., "
the fact of its northwardcourse ; ;"
wide. From '7.f. n1. '
" river will: prevent any sanguine cxpccUtious Piedmont Air Line route with .which DAY PASSENGER. Da2y,Sundays cxceptej\ 'For freight or paMace'apply 10 V "f
, we are led to conclude that it "si.I m'. V V VS ---- .' .; '. ,
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JUSTICE PEACE rl'm."
with I TIlE ; ,
was highly ;
ul> It Irom exception V
sH.rdy
pleased.I VV
( pij-viuinL-neu rises in the centre of the peninsula, perhaps Leave Jacksonville.. 7 40 Leave Say au)!_ Sxn HER-SI. GELPE Ageat. .
being realized. VTb. left Washington on the Quan'ticb boat .1 Baldwin __ 8.50 ** Chattahoochee 6.50Quincy. V SD AND-THE PUBLIC GENERALLY TO OUR .,. V,- .. .." '
the everglades and that its sources : M Lake .. 5 W'llIialDut,.New YorL' ,
fuc ot the country if uneven, but inu, considerably elevated above the having a good breakfast on board. ,anda Cityto.50. Tallahasiee.io )1).P.II.1 NOTARY PU.BLIQ, .i STOCK. AND SOLICIT :TRADE V VV V" : '* ;VV '* LV VV
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niuunuiuuus. 'umerou.s livcrsinter lunch in the cars .after leaving, Rich .. Live Oak_ .._ 30, V. VV : '9rW'.j. WOODWARD. '.
coast. The banks are lined with beautiful V II V V Office in SOLAR YITS BLOCK > ., tf' > 'V ; V ...I'.
.-ct il ituui iiorth tu buuth; and MIme mond at 2 o'clock on the Danville train.which' .oO 1'oIadisoIL .*.*, Madisoiw_ s 35 ? ; KeprescniDS QH ATER: & KING.Agents*, V
trees and flowers, and as you pass reached TallahaKtee_ Live Oak_-430 COrne BAY and PINE streets "V. .
in all directions; IiITkI of them afford we in time for breakfast ,. .. f J '
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Lake V swtf Fernandiaa llorida.V
hasa
ariher to its head the wild scenery Quincy 8.zojt City ,600 : ,
eicelleiit navi ati tm ft'coasting vw> '
pleasing, -
ritiige is .>1 much gicaterti- i. 'new.'route to Atlanta., We reached Savannah--.I 9.15 Arv4veJasavilc..zPasseey ; .. .. # -at BucVy's riHARLESTON AND YLORIDA.
Jtcautilul islands in the river, V : -u'V' .
kDt'tbliD that of any other state, having many Atlanta at 9:18 that.evening, _and were 'en go through to fet. Marks Moodayi, AVA.KNIGHT. JI V .
slrnLhor 472 mites on the Atlantic, and one in particula.r-Kinslt'Y" island on the train lor.M aeon at 10; and here c.ID5day.and Fridays and-return'Tuesdays' Thursdays : ;,:_.. : '. .. .. ., ;. I : STEAM PACKET cd: .
-of near 6.000 L'res'of rich land, is a and baiurdayf ; .. . .. .rlr
and 073 milr on the gulf. But this comes the exception. That pice of road TI'ORNEr..n"'LAW. .' '. ... f'". ......' ... -

ionuetide stretch of rea c.a-t is almuMioaix beautilul i-pot. SteamltoaU have ascended -103 miles to Macon-is run by the NIGHT EXPRESS.Daily.r. : ,., PRINTING.-:. J .. I\' V V VV V
far Lake Monroe and V V < .' U"
even
tiMble on accuuut of shallow as as Central Georgia Railroad Company M.l r. M. No.
HoejU stairs .
.a Clock up
bat beyond. Hero the banks are covered Leave.Jacksonville v!Leave .Savannah4x0. .;- : '' CHNGEOESEHEDfl t UtiiA
looudings: it has lew good harbors wiLh wild : whose yellow which ,will not allow. Pullman.cur' upon .. Kald.in___'3.55! AJ M, J-25S.ly Flaw .... .. .,. V 4
aDd iudcutcd erywhere with bays and orange groves any of its lines and compels passengers I. Lake Ot,._ 8.3| V" Live Oak_ 3.00 Jacluwnville. THE NEW SOUTH .' VV .. Tkestea-et. V
fruit and nliundant sWeet scented flowers Arrive Live Oak.... lo.] Lake City_ .. .< 'lr,9
4.33 V
1 The interior of travel in the : "
J'ous. thc country is to most antique cars' V ; : .7 ( .;_! "
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I make the whole to seem like IA. | Baldw._7.45 BUESING DICTATOR AND CITY ipn 1t
country A. .. f
dirnTMtird with beautilul lakes and j At Macon passengers have two hours Savnnnh_ S.soJArrive Jacksonville-. 9.10 0" ; : .t ; 1" '

pond attounding in fish and fowl of one vast hewer garden email South from for rest and breakfast, and tbtRi day's Nor*.-A Special Train_ win leave Tallahassee oils VV the attention or the citizens and VSVV'Reipectfofly mar- JOB;;.Al1; .BOO :PRI 1 : yotil fimber notice will sail a*followsV V 1 4t5 I

nrious and of the the main land a chain of rocky ride slow train the Brunswick chants tot e BFAIJTiFUI' SOAP he manufactures.It V .. '. ; r e'V
kinds roost delicate a on Live Oat J .
at at
upon urdays 3-40 p. m. arriving 9.5 p. m., I i -i t ? '>V 01. : t ,- '* .'
i island called cavs or keys .extend to witb Savannah Train. is the best Washing Barber and Toilet Soap ever V THE STEAMER DICTATOR j
connecting Returnin.leave '
flivor. No :.
i
part of the United States V Road to Jersup. The time lrIlnVYork .Ne- tut-. ESTABLISHMESIT.r. -r
This!
made. is tt"r
Soap in boxes So Ibs
offi-r greater facilities for internal and the west, ending in a cluster of rocks to Jacksonville, with close'connections Live Oak 3 a. m ,arriving at Tallahassee at 8.50 a.m. and. put up V V contain.. 'I a "i -, ;.. ;... 'J.t'. V VV i .CItAzaLT.OQGEL,.. :f ; V

external} commerce A large pot lion of I and sand banks called the Toiiugas.South is three days by the' shortest all- V ROBERT. Receiver WALKER.and Gent Su. Orders should be addressed. to Boa V ; ..: WOT.imth fonber.OiCe.eseCHA'RLESTOICeSsS i

tbecuutitry; is covered with pine forest*,V,I of the b. nk upon which these keys rail route, T.C.SPOONER.Master Thnspcstation.s ,:.6&1 A. BUESING Jacksonville T,>.Fla.IK 'V ." :. .' '< TUESDAY e'cnrng.and'SAVANNAH every WED-.s.' ,,
them XESDAY afternoon for FERNANDINAJACK- V
the trees of ,which. rise, and separated from by a There is other all-rail V :
Handing at a cobbideriV'e one pleasant : IS :V-V V SON VILLE.PALATKA lnsermcdiarc sdian4 : .
disUnre hum each other, without navigable chain or a long narrow: coral route trom Washington ; via,Manassas, Ladies' underwear to be obtained at DUCKY'S.A. RICHARD MCLAUGHLIN,' r- u :i' i .; .. .V.V.iJ ; I .V ,
brobb underwood reef, known as the Florida 'rtf,"'bicb V V The orders RT1IRNI'NG: 1
.r afford an opportunity WarrVnton Culpcpper. Charlottesville proprietors are prepared to execute far ;
fur the grass and flowers to t-prc&d here constitutes the left bank.of the gulf Lynchburg. Bristol, Knoxville, Cleveland : c;., & W. I..T.CO.'S'RAILROAD. REAL ESTATE AGENT,. V V every dx&criptioe.of(_. ? ,. ;. ., .., : Wat;leave PALATKA' every TRIDAY'morithi dII f

luxuriantly over the surface of tIle earth stream. The most important of, the Jaltou,'and Atlanta. This routeistbrouglitbu ., JotktfwvilU, FbrLU V V :. :: .:.:; ,. \ :. and JACKSONVILLE every SATURDAY... ; V
ke\s is Key Wet calltjd also, Thomp- V FROMFERNANDINATO to suit the tide VEkVNAN DIN.' same day 4Ii......:
PLAIN OR ORNAMENTALPRlNTrSG
during: the 'bule .ear. The borders of great East Tennessee Valley V AD sorts of Real Estate bought and sold; Honey in 'I. in SAVANNAH and CHARLESTON tuJptiUN-fl
on> i island. For a long period'tte.: vested.Taxes paid TItI examined.Razas. V .V V .
of the
cr-courscS', however arc usually V it is one grandest farming regionsin CEDAR KEYS. V V -' : DAY. VV l'.J;
haunts of
kitted by hamiuitLs of bard timber. smugglers'and pirates, the Atlantic .States, and all the way V .:BT PIJI.issIOWA to William Astor Enql ," .' .' THE SrE.\YEI .cITY POINT, .
*Ul now a naval station of great injmrtance, of beautiful mountainous GOING IOUT 'COIKC NOSTH.Lev. New York: Ex-Gov. A. l. Curtin. Bellefbnte Pi.; "!(h>
pate and fl-twering vines. through a region .'_ Lewi. H.- Such as BUSINESS CARDS V W. -
and the seat of a band clf wreckers, "V .crr'M.Fer"dia Red,Philadelphia; W. Stokes Boyd. C.UTAIJIJ.. .FITZGERALD.Ji
I .
nuny part are often seen vast scenery-the Blue Ridge pon one 5:30 a m 733 pmCa1Iabau. Philadelphia:D. G.Ambler.banker Jacksonville.Fla. : V cn-1'
rearbe i,f whtte glaring band with no whose business It is to assist vessels in hand and the Cumberland Mountain, on _... V, -'7:35 sat i V ,Henry ticker;Boston.Mass 3iSrypdrjOBBINS V yIs lNGCAItDS.V. V. Wni SAVANNAH leave CHARLESTON SUNDAY every SATURDAY afternoon for F R.mMANDINA. I 4
V lag
miles In every
six
distress. is about .
This
ihrub ur water to relieve the eye. From key the other. The routes near the seacoast 8aldwla'9.oar.WSl_A.9)0 Ie SS V J.. 1fl "WEDDINGCARDS. V <.-, JACKSONyiLLE.. PALATKA and!.
with .. '- *
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len"ihantl in breadth a largeanlI'well T
the on flatite- two flat and Stant 1:18 : V .' littenneillate < .
common of the country on are, uninteresting, being V uJ7 & IVERSON ; V ''r.BILL '
sheltered .harbor. The Tortu- : fj trrnriltf _'ISO JIJo" ;; HEADS .d!
tile.h'JI't' and woodlands RETUVRNThGV.Vwilt
from its being inter- the mostly through sandy pine ; Archer_ V. : ,
derive their Dame from vast V :10 pm' 9:49 V ..
hy nun crous rher there i U ga some of which, having an impervious Branson I- LETTER. HEADS }
no n. 3:55 9:04am .
number of turtles found in the neighbor ...'.. GUN AND-;LOCKSMITHS : leave PALATKA every TUESDAY aornhg.
part of the world ol the same extent und r-strata hold the water up to, the Cedar Keys_ .- 6:30VV .6:301' : V V CIRCULARS.POSTERS. JACKSONVILLE every WEDNESDAY morning.3 V V

which luu to many inlets, sound, narrow ing watc.rs. V surface giving an Impression, though CONNECTIONS. V suit the tide. FERNANBINA maday.ardviat' V

pi**.of water bc'hu'Cn the islands. It baa been prbprosed to- cut a canal wrong, that the country is very swam- At FERNANDINA.V w.t\Steamer dry Point from ALO.. ELEC'. : .k'.PLATJNG, AND 'r.u.INC. ., *.BRIEFS* i V DA'CHARLESTON. SATANXAH. evetj. TBUKS-j6'Ol 4

.u4 curauiQDicatious of one pointol* the across the peninsula from the St. Johns py. Charleston and Savannah Mondays at 4*.m.:steamer V ,, V THROUGH TICKETS' AND BILLS OF LADING .*. )

ibure m iti another by uieaiu of Inland lo the Tampa bay the ,cost (If which Having given the cost *ndtimeolget. 4 Dictator a. m. from With Charleston steamer Liziic and Savannah Baker from Thursdays Savannah at o-s At the sign of the BIG LOCK- PAMPHLETS V GIVEN TO 'NEW.YOU K. PHILDtLPHIA. }. l''U. :

*nnel4 The whole coast u ulmort a would ,be tr.lm three to five millions ting to Florida, I will simply say to Brunswick and St. Mary's;Mondays at 6 a. ID;V for 'BLANKS Or ALL KINDS. V 'BALT1MORK., .CJ V

eoctlnU"UI Hue of these sounds and It and which would 'accommodate.vessels those who need to visit a milder iae those points on Fridays at 8 a. m.V V N ORTON & KOOKER, ,... .". t These Seamen connect with Florida aae bed aJt

ietuntemlJ1a.tt'd that at a comparatively drawing sixteen to eighteen t; by this for health, you cannot come too early At BALDWIN,with J P &M. R.R.from lacksoovillc .- REAL ESTATE DEAl EKS. comer.Ocean V and&ystreets. ctRE: .. 'I; at Fernandina Jacksonvulej Jacksonv>t.Joh-'s Ole,Pensacola'Railroad&Mobile at Twoi RaUroMf.far SI.

moderate expense a canal might be tueaiiB the immense loss of property on n' stay: too late 'I fully believe the at 4:07 p. m.i.lor Jaccsonvilk at gxa a.linen m. .Jacksonville.Florida. ? ": PRINTXGIAND, I-T,fP, ., .Augustine with steamers at Palatka far MetknviHe. .

nude rum Sew Orleans 10 the rirer St. the keys would be saved: the insurance Summer here would be more beneficial Tampa AtGAINiSVILLLowWI.tn.wccklJ; with stage line NewaansvOle. stage, Tuesdaysand Money loaned-on Real Estate'security. General \, .'.' t' <:'< '1" ,:,:, ;. Enterprise and the upper St.John's.U DIItS.1da. ICHt.r steamer
for the Ocklawaha river
**ry, romoiunicaiing with the sea at alone on the vessels 'to and from the to invalids than Winter'and there: is no Fridays.At .. Life Lands and F1atatIOa.C.Fire lasuracce Springfield Agents and suburb dealers a specialty.in Fin ,;'i '. t' p."J I :. V'I -- i ., ,.-. .-*f ,

lll&ar tu. Almost all the rivers gulf and Atlantic ports amounts to a more difficulty iq ability to. endure the CEDAR'KEYS. with steamers to and from Ne. Correspondence solicited. j-aSswlf;; t,. V'S V : '.(',' ; :OKAHUMKEE V ". I.\ 1

*lwe ii4iarging. thcjnseJre* into the million and 'a 'half of, dollars.and the heat than at New-York or Boston. The Orleans, every.Saturday, ',Wilt steamers from Key : V .'!: V .',>;.;:' ... ,-fV -.- ;, FOR HARRIS.EUSTJS AND V GRIFFIN

gulf; IIJtread j into broad lake, which are annual loss is estimated at several mill Summer 'night are undoubtedly more days.West and With Tampa.Steamer Fridays Cool,;from from Tampa these places.Sundays Thun-: for JOl. ;,; G. BROWJf '.! J'?. ..r rf ..Vt! %//. .!.. < ; : '. .)t4J

trrquetiijy joiujd by a natural canal. ions; sometimes as high as tour to six. comfortable here than there, and the Tampa..Moada'J. With Steamer Wawcnogk,frouSuwannee V V CHEAP.. NEAT AND PROMPT. V, SIL"VEH .SPRING,: o t

from There is a vast cumber of eprinz, i is Fever and Fridays; for Suwaaare,Toesdas. V V V -- .. VBaimoiIs. -. V '
hur not
bhx!
rnm"t to feet oe water. country a Eickly one. D. E. MAXWELL. UCTION'ND COMMISSION, AV>J'other Landings on the Ocklawaha Rl verbal-

$ ''IIY, which dh'ides1.blUDa fountains and lakes in ,Florida. The ague prevail in ,dangerous localities 5-13 I Superintendent.. .Bustles,and Chignons,at BUCKYS. V V .. :1;. '!.'... V
from Horida*, is thirty mile in JrDgth subterranean waters frequently burst but generally of a mild form. As to the V OKALEIIV 'i C'. V
BUCKY takes the lead in the latest of Silk.and ) l\ ; ;. ,; VV.'rPlANK .q 'V- ;; 4;; iai SVXV4V.) 4
W from '
two to six in breadth. IVnsa- forth in the form of vast boiling springs, cost of living (or families here, it is considerably styles. FRUITS. VEGETABLES. GROCERIES. PRO- W..COLDSK... PILUIJI N.. The Steamer
Fur Hats.V itrtfPOSTOFFICE .,
cola Lay w *U>ut the same length bat which' form river at a short distance css than at or near N '\ -Y ork. V VISIONS.CROCKERY GLASSWARE. : -: -1 : '!d'[ "' ''- -,' ." ''. V V OKAHUMKEE!;., .d.f t It-

i and from their frequency. /GOLDEN & ADAMS'BEALCXS .. ..- : .. .V '
their
greater breadth; it receives several] from outlets according to the figure* upon my family Boy street. 1I:1..rR ; ? .'L'ba'ib.t V VVih 1t1
NOTICE. A.S'AMUEL
fliers and affords the best barbor on their singular forms the transparency expense book in both place Those V V I* .V V. -i V ,V V : ,,.' .' .: I )".
the -.hole shores of Urn go1! Choctawco of their water, and the multitude who are not invalids 'and who would ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE. OF MAILS." V V V Wilt leave JacksoaviOs every THURSPAY oroii .

& bay U torts jufles: in lengtlt, and of their fishes constitute ODe of the come here for pleasure or ,to. avoid the &Rli!*. tLoS*. :w. EARL, F I .N' E CROC, E"RrE"S': a&S udock. ; IV .&V,1lW,-*

I fom eten to fifuwu in breadth. It is, most. striking curiosities of the country.' rigor of a Northern Winter and enJoJ'a Northera and Western, daily. ooo A.' .. V tifo,..K. V V ; Jacksonville S V Ft*,.July CEO.as.S574y.S5d R. FOSTER.. Agent- -.,-; I

,i &L4 wecid with Pensacola bay by St. There is a spring or'nutlet, of immense climate that is hot merely delightful, Fcraandina road..dailJ.and._Florida__ VVV,Rail-_ IOIIOA.co.' r. M.V PRACTICAL V V FRENCH 'CONFECTIONERY.. -V '-' -

souod_. fine .Jiret of water about size situated about twelve miles from but one that _has sot five day in'all ,the Saint Augustine and Palatka,' .V ., PAINTER AND:PAPER HANGER.Having : "> .' HUBBARD"- :
tUft mItu JIID aDJ fluID un" and a i Tallahassee. It has a depth of about Winter.'and Spring months that those indelicate daily,(Sundays exceptedj;. ):'J'. kU' 8.x .. FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC 'FRUIT. AIX B. ; : ;
Key West,arrive* MOB... dtddcd reside here permanenttyNrill be V V 3 .
like those of every V to ::
tUner: to two mUe in width. The 220 fathoms. The waters health cannot enjoy:mit doors, day-.-.-.____-_._.'10:00 A,x. glad to receive orders from all requiring work done in -V WINE :UQUOR CIGARS V
hkoU bay Is formed by the I the golf have a cerulean tinge,.and are may' ,'will 'and do come,here at all times closes every Thur day_.V a'40..,' hUUne TOBACCO.: ; ETC:, Vt
k1141 rf St Vincent and St. George of aerial transparency. from October May. I think whatever Enterprise; Mclooville Sand '' V V V V VV V Ii'
I'thi.rrlycs and and KALSOMINING V tho. Ji11't
Tuesday GLAZING ,
GRAINING.
V ICkji. the moatli of the river, It is Among the other curiosities Florida, time tbey' i e they never should return Saturday__. .. 4-3. '.VV. >:... doocinihbcscaanna.V V r V Have in store and M arrive I.- ., Importer.and. Dealer..m r,

thirty:B les long and eight wide; vessels may be mentioned ft number of 'natural North f re May and probably not e-. Fort George yellow Bluff and .V -Orders left at Davis&Drew's.Furniture WWehiMait TIRST-CLASS GOODSii'rf;, .tl

be*"ICIC fourteen Sect water can enter cavern And bridge, some of which are fore June, unless roof'alg&lDliiteold;, and 1riJ.sa; :i V :..'N. .. V .- wIll receive prompt attention. : V .. .. HARDWARE.. IRON ; \"D, cSrii'r.:1.

wyf and wiUi eight feet can ap- ol considerable dimensions. The antiquities pneumonia, and Boston northeasters. leav *,).. l.and Sat- V V V .REFERENCES: VV Which by making.TERMS_ CASH.they. ,ofler at'Ae '- VS ) V '. Vfi'rtB! ,;-*MTJ"
. Peh the mouth of the rirer at the consist of great roads causeways No one. sick:: or well, should come urday-. ..., ':00 A. N V V '" C" f' ; r;V V ., EDGETOOISTAEIXLnd POCKET,; '.
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lOts <..1.IOOO.A-l. ,UOXJ&. S. L B..DC" Ei4. and C. L. RODlJ_. Esq LOWEST PRICES : '
Tslbp c4 that Z1IX1W, From thence to Torts, 'and'otbt'r indications of here in Winter with Summer gIn mentl OITJCEV HOVRS. Jacksonville. V ,' V '. .: V V .CUTLERY ." f
% bay there are'no'harbors worthy lormeroccupution.. Spring l abound til The Winter climate of all East Florida Tha post-office; wilt be daily Sundays excepted ,'\Sf ; bur'ttAILLARD'S
open chUI1lliOfl.; Tampa lsy.-.eah14 'by oe over the country, In all the different unequaled in ..America; it is j in the from 8 A>M to 4 r.M.and from 6:30 M r-y '. auTb V. Gentlemen's underwear at BUCK VS.. ." VV "f. p. ".' *?
5P'niitd*fpiri sianto-U mild' and oAce will be open on Sundays from U to s:) V : 'J. V V 'SUPERIOR CANDY '
thelagert qualitie of land. There aj-o many lakes world being generally, remarkably o'clock V V V V' LIATHER3ELTING.5JOVES.TI3rWARE.; .RUBBER.
Wta the Golf ofllexlco; b lorty.nTile. which can scarcely .bo excelled 'for dry, owing to an absorbent gtneral p M.Th and box. deliveries will be open at V all V & MAPSON I ., i i' AnatorsoatnentV ; i V > .. .. 't

Iuts w- *"J In one place is thirty-firo beauty. Of this nature I it Lake Ware, sandy oil. which .swallow* the few times during the regular hour*.except when the mails. ROBERSON .'j. / V at V .CROCKERY> .','Ptnf1'S.V n .':;,. -

feet awl Li from eighteen to twenty, five mile long and threci mile, wide, showers: that _,fall, so'that.;la lady van received arc MONEY being disubotc4.V ORDER-OFFICE. ? opened a fint-clast PRESERVES JEL'LIES, ETC. Lead d.1roDPipe. ..r._- (

Ices att-r on the bar. it II eaiy of I'ilhnora I island near the south end of walk'oUlIo thin'.shoe half an hour aftertheain The order,tfficc win beopca fruuipa.sw V J

w d afford tafe anchorage for this lake is a rich and :romantic. spot ccaies But. the night are cool) t:J"I..UcIr.tMa'money O4P..-\ ': -, SHAVING SALOON, V V PIC-NIC PARTIES wffl 'find k advantexeoan V to DOORS5A.BLINDS.A1OULDINGSS1JGALMifl -wvrf

My i"I. liU1U1Jtr, of VwieU, It rere'veflrivtr and all arouncj the I lake and.on. the and some, of the days..*u that a V' garb Money of the-orders United are''States Issued; at and this 4so office orders payable payable in lay ia' comer of Bay and Pine strcethere' the' modern**. caflas We haB mite therepleimhiBSofLUXCHEONBASKETSAspedattr. k ,EvafatOrs. tte. V '- tilt i

the nnjgh from the north. At V island there are beautiful lusunantorange suitable..10Autumn. 'weatber'.lo hew- pan Great Britain.Nwttxerland and Germany. appliances ud by the best saloon la the country can V V .
lb-w:I r whkh: '.: situated Tort grove" England I* in'pnler, here. Heavy of' r- The fiiUowlnK are the rateS ofcomnusiion; V be uad. They also famish at all fcour V ;Q-Purchases JeJiTered gratis. C .Fl/lillr. RWfi7*Wi:*'&' V
w a most V sa-thiNdI. : .J -_ .,d.yf.X :
delightldl and shatvl. and'fors'are seldom ixmtsric 0 '
portion. V coat* mosey V V V V GOLDEN ADAMS, I
Do' the****** fourteen miles from S S worii.V 'Flannel* mro ;n ccs htl. For >Ounrkmctccteding1Ioscsnts. V .i HOT'>ND. CoLD. ...BATHS.. > Ht ;V I V
Ross'UarUe Front DuiUing.near Grand NallMtf Very styUsh Ladies' 'Bt1CXY :
ort "How much is stick candy? .
Brooke your liver>io and not exceeding 120. >0 centt.Ove ,
Jdanat. river hotel life "the *'here shaves fcr sale '
entert expense :re fast Ticket entitling the bearer to eight .
fliruogh *,sn sad not esoeedltt|30.I$cent*. ;. .tiooal Motel jadtsonraie FleridaAVt ".1"
&D4 j s.ninth near a mile In' width inquired a boy era candy" dealrrsSJx about par with'ih, *if orth, ranging S2 60 Over(30 and not exceeding f so, so cents &$zoo; eight staves;. hair. cutting. .and$1.5QV .. ,shampooingSALESRpOMS.J9d' CARRIAGE.. SHOP V .
Iaais. DUt pIr: ten 15eI deep 7he "' Micks {or. five cent "Sixstk'k.for to 60 a day,1 or$15 to"$21a week, Oerj40 and sot exceeding|,,-s cesus.' '. ..' V )' .' '

aU 'uod hilb.y.nil river are 01 five centi. *Six "'('ck( et '$ve exclusive. of''eitras.1 'We have in Jack. poltucli.OJIr ou.' \ H SHERI V .: GEORGE LltEA. i V

id exccfleiit rich quality I Very fairly settled cents, eW How lem'roe see. Sij;{ fer ftonvllle two leadinghoteU,which charge o.Ord; I.IM oead1ngftto.5 >n>. V V V V THE." i > .. *INTERIOR .DECORATOR; .S V : cApIA E 4t t .
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\.Ut country Ja the leahhka& and fer four four fcr first-classprices and, give. ,*ati laction; Over'to and not.exceet*" fIG Jo c V : '" V AIcnS. : : V S V ; '
five cents
five V
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*: htCa1.Jr cents, Over(w And not exceeding 130 75 ceMft. kN'A crioN'A."iD GENERAL COMMISSION WASHINGTON ANr7DiSVTRErrS1 VFt
i1 also V COR.
an j place !n Florida bdr&dn smaller hotel* .and a ; V ; UPHdSTERER-: R- ; .
and turtle are-abundantribtL three cents'"threeer two cents' twofer variety ot boarding-house 87 toi,f 15 -0Vep5pVed50ttZr.ttRS$4O.t.O0 0ud. IIOt uCPd''C'5....'J. V; V <"( <*i tHOUSE.. : --;..:.1 ,r fji'.. V'V ,; itt'* ., ,". 'f.t. jCOR. -.>' :.?JACKSONT1LIZ FL0R1Di4 O -

Unthwei4 part in particular. sucAnu.UUa .. one cent, one fer nothin. ruI a.week, beaid<* numerous private ,familie _- J..b. AD.AKi.PoIllDaltet.os' "lfi l *> rf* *. *-,'{..' c." ,' : 1:1 ; -, ..LAURA.AND CHURCH STREETS. wiD bLi t &(. I&VLzgb

jJ txtenslve shoals of fi-b/ar; I take one.!' And he"walked out leafing *, that take,from one to ten boarder* ;l Jacksonville,yovmber ta.1 874.' VVV..V. .'V Bay V.V'Street..' ,.' ,.., ...,,.' .,..,?* '--11.VV :4.: ,Kfrt;,' .. :.!'.r-'Y *;*& f:>>'fj.; w3gts1LVVV ;

Ibo&t&a to .1cp.-s.'a"b; : Jlr the I the candy man J2 a. state. t bCwalderrnoni ; dnrinff .thu eaon.7;,.,la private famlUiiok.priceswU OO tJARTERJSlfcr! noiIUAIVIilBl4 ."',.l-l;u 1.yi V ..j.'\.:.'JACKSONVILLE.. ..' 'I.:'....... Uj\\f'! 'j..trJiPA IS. DREW'S:, 1. ; 4, :tf. epslagieady*don>***. ;e atit; ;Wjgt. .t'
VS ,1raIfn. The ,' "" 3 VW5' f n .. .-. .. SA1'tlJlV.AY. 60.7 ..' .h.rJ ., 1 MSWa..VVS FI .> :;13 44; i>n) -n j n V ar *J l-.u: ..&. .
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., THE-,NEW SOUTH. There were fifty-one members present, Florida Patents. Our Washington bo done elsewhere and we know whereof we speak. .
Mr. McCarter as they can -
?j outof which Mr.Duncan,the Conservative We arc indebted, to Messrs. J. Me- WASHINGTON Jan. 3, 1876. the commissioner autocrat E3CAMBU. cotnmf. CLARK,,_.. -_-.

It* J.a AUAMA.CBO. I candidate for this day. ] Intents :I have seen and )heard agrreal many but, In suit by the seamen JOHN
LCAIKUI-n4 ADAMS. CARRUTH A CO. Speaker on Perkins &\Cf;> $ l itpt'f. of of his own domain, and by".his action at a rent brought ,
P : m. I. recejved( on one or two ballotts 22 votes. Washington city, for the following list (fanny things in the somewhat varied have 'beeD of the Am. schr. "Almida Willey FORWARDING, '
the Florida life I have thus far led. I have seen aladywaIk least one. thousand persons against said vessel for ther wages and ....
1 '
of
As the Republicanvotes citizens
on previous day, of patent granted to : :
J. S ADAMS. EDIR brought faco to face with, want. I hope discharge the U. S. Commissioner M. '
without "
=-- :- rf) .--- -I were divided among Messrs.hicks. ;\' 157.225. Saw-Too'h Swages. AlonzoGl quietly along.thq' street! ,- Jilfl.hii N 5w'Beats' jvine |titehim' jnieV.tp.: P..de'.:ioboo,Decided the case againstth'e CO )1 )IJ S S ION- $ME.R CHANT
TO CORRESPONDENT3ND OTHERS. Martin and Mongomery. At 12 m., the]I 'Rdhie, '--Jacksonville -' (Filed' Oct; : glancJog after each 'passing yio ; that vessel'and in favor of the seamen. -.J.IJ /
but I doubt it. It is hoped
: Stems.fLocal!Interest are solicited fr M parti ohheS. House adjourpcdjthoutanorganiza- 10. 1872.) see what style of clothes she had on. I The seamen contracted to serve on board *$D trcAtn. -
Ax Oau1je of general aaw-teetH'are first, operated 'Inthe on reassembling will do some- to Pen
'cmunco The congress Northern '
tffuWnal Ion toTliursthiynoon. Brief. bare wen a political meeting the vessel from a port ROCXRIEa.. TROVISIOXS,> >. .
'. copies.'nte Cjdom eutol tnakef their letter*as indications the in upon bytheside| 'In.which are contained south conducted .quietlyand peaceably, thing 'to relieve_ these suffering ones, sacola and .back, to. a port .of discharge \ CAI. '
,L tam From all } strangle the transverse'convex "surfaces but the sailers find- HAY4! tSECARS/ &c
F bnc. pit even if they have to stretch a point toll.Yearidaypasse'd North of Hatterasj; ; .
\ a D re-ponwhle Rejected for opinions txp neither orcdnt the Senate will continue for some days a2 &2, to form a groove below the points and. negroes voting the- democratic I I off in. the usual .ins they could do better here in the matter ,Sola Agents for Florida for ,- .- 1

b b rc p. AD\YI contributions longer, no one appearing able to solve i so that when the angular side i is appUedthe ticket.- :I i:,have heard jji democraV preaching I New I of wages, and,not caring to return '"' ,'. ,

to1 .m D' the problem as to,who shall be President, metal at the point can receive the honesty, and. seen the' monkeyl 'a drunken, manner. Nearly' everybody to the Siberian climate of t the North at AreriU'sCheimcat Paint,anrf

: -" full benefit of! the blows. traveling'menagerie put on such a look reeeiyed, find, nearly everybody set out this time of the year, claimed their 'dis .'I .,WhiI4'PaIOl Holley.

;' Atention pro. tern. : ''Pencil-Sharpeners. WilliamA. .;4he callers. There,were a charge. The ground ,taken by his Honor I.A .
; / 166,625' thought as to forcibly liquor ,(o! .et! .... .: '
: There 'are a' fe'v of our subscribers In the House, the Republicans, even Young,' Jacksonville (Filed July of gt'rliy'a deep ;however where the Commissioner was that, all contracts "s-ru..LlZZIEBAXE. .
Furnian to l me in'n1nd of a country justice few notable exceptions! American seaman: and '," : .
who have failed remit for the renewal with tho abscncpof seem 20. 1874.) put between ,
: of their subscriptions.t As are now have: aTiiajwrity ol( one or two,, buttno .UricForms on the -upper cylindrical -, of thu peace ; but the funniest sight tbat' only coffee, ,and ,chocolate were served, ship masters, in coastwise as "well 'as 'L,,:j : -. i j" .'VOLUSU.. ,, ,,
I small cutter as I of the thq! housea.of the.eabinet members being voaO'cs. must be made In presence -
; I tell be done in the end of sharpener; ; I:, have ever seen risi: the action foreig AID i -
what
ri obliged u>( prepay the postage on all one can: may at a2 62 to trim down pencils of unusual He has among the number.- V AL. 61-of tU. S. Shippinjr Cwramisr

t ;f! we send,through the mails, we matter on account of the division in the thickneesin. the -"t..fitting the sharpener average. moral congressman.' perhaps -' siiine'"and ''in' this decision '1:10 is iotalnedbyibe *- Van.Drat& Brp' .'Line SaEng P.w.i. .

I : pA.Cr: send to any that'arc not paid Republican ranks. It was thought tiritMr. : upon them.: Cuts its own' WIY''up been: a l heap; of "a mafn'irii, hla'pwhlocality. : I Our New York Letter. l decision. of JudgeBene- FROM NEW YORK : ,

; in We shall the 11-innu would bo' a/prominent can as the pencil is ,decreased in length by : lie has been the chairman'i dict qf New York. Had these men been '
at
; twJ6.'Q2 Bay '
adnnc. tben'for / NEW YpE Jan._ ,1,1875, at thd Strert.Jae > e.l1olld.
; Commissioner
t- :' end Of two we.ksdrop" the names of all did: tt on'Thursday' l would, stand a ttio, and pointing. the committee' 'on' absent, minded hogsat shipper! before .a .
Magazine{ Fire-Arms. Geo. 1 member ,of the ,Many, great men', or rather me y cu- point ot departure there is no'question I ,
156,431 th fair a
: i wbc do not respond to this notice. good, chance of an election. D. Luce, Tallahosjce.: (}Filed Aug. 25. county ," and rcfereo n'' a pylng prominent positions, have, ,in but, that the master 'could have ;beld' WILI50N&WHITLOCX*
from "gin'ral .assembly, : ;
candidates
especially
Senatorial them Pcnsacola xpre88

Cuba. ': the Conservative ranks, were as,plenty 1874.) 7. '' .- horse,trade,",: JTbe,time,comes.'when :'the i tinies'past$its. Sprigsofuobibty; honored, ,this l and city cfonaofroy,:with-"their I Ii The above shows. how :necessary" it ,I fato -a- nAI.DS" 'r.t" .- ._,

could well b ..acco"mm.odated..Whatis Canadian Postnj{ rural breeches. (become.. too >small, .for ; 'comply wih requirements of the law GRAIN. FLOt/R
L1 For years the. republicans ol thisbeautiful 'as alty have condescended to sojourn for a ; AND FEED
to be done ,with:those who are'expect For the of placing co9itnani him, and theflr3tthing'we/kndw'he.has, incase are compelled to; appeal to '" ; ,
: island have been. carrying ori purpose few.days in our midst. Wo'' may mention yon I" Jlanuiacturcn! L! of' ." j,

i :v.> 1 terrible waio fres themselves from ed, ts a conundrum which must pbzzle cations by post.'bctweeu., tbey United i developed into'a'pompous I is: tr.indidatc. 'then'fun i the for the:''rd' M yor'o( :.Dublin who it.for''redress :':: ' I .' t : ? ., ,

; the galling harness!ftf' to.them.by! the the Tallahassee people. Those who Statcs and the Dominion of Canada upon congress .lie electedanil to Washington "called1'last! '! summerand,! ,the. ; 'Grand, Uw4NEcociY.. .: cQRNiEAI,1hIo1iNy. C1tAC1ED.
He.
home government, whereby they hadeverything have no ro6in& engaged !fare ,,'advised to the :most liberal and advahtogeous basis; I commences. comes'l "Dnke/of! Russia in wlwsc honor, 'New The Live Oak :Time says i'; ,: ,CORN, 'RYE, ; ';MEAL,, GRAHAMFLOURCRACKErjVliEAT,4c '
in bu fervid imaginationthe *
t. : t give but nothing to get, ]I. carry tents with them, or wait until thepresent thc'{uUnwing' arrangements.,have been ant 4! ; I York: demonstrated' only i'1'oor. three We learri from the merchants that the "' ; :._ ;

save bad government: and licavy tata-j bad, ,weather!. ,. ,which has prevailed agreed UpOnj IY'the'Postmaster General eyes of' the.zfl1i'cw6rld', areTuponhim. : fy ars' grid further back though cottoti'Crop'his' nearly all passed out, of : '. ; 'i,t, "i ,' '

'lion.: During all these-years this unhappy there since the Legislature con- and the postal authorities',Canada, ,to 'Vlctorb: hang upon, hiaeycry : old inhabitants the hind of-the'planters. .,'ami the cotton SVRpLL SAWING tt WOOD.TURXQtQ, ,."
:1 the pfnot'yery
; .,... 9. but bravo. people, with a,sublime yened, has.: given i place to 'that' which be cai-riedJnIo effect; on the: 1st (of..January word'with breathless interest! ,'and. the he quite, .in we memory'Jecaltbo. ;: furore' .caused.. gins casepricca wit)! "oonidl will! probably'take; ,*.') Thisibeing; a sudden the TO ORDER. '
\Tben ,
.4 courage; have; struggled on, with not, a will enablethem'j') tq' "'blrd.'ro! .1 i n.' 1875, or as soon thereafter as the czar of. .the.Russiiis. J : trembles I by< -the presence' ;of the Prince of W 111e rise and continue to have 'an 'upward Wood Sawed, :Split,. and Dtlirmd

: wordof sympathy, nul,even ,tbe re-]I I necessary measure's can.be' perfected foe rises to hiV!: leetliedoes.all': : : } Sorts .of 'Kobody1 ,had any great; 'reverence I for ;tendency 'until another crop I is raised '

13 molest rt'COcnUiou of belHgcTcnt.rights Orange County. .' putting them into operation: "' ridiculous things such ashaying a,Iook- Halbert t lIed warI'per o allr", but'asthe i when'the cry bt low1 ''prices' will-againbe : : .1.'byCord.ocLoad.t : i ? 'I, tKos

*9. from a single nation whoso sympathyor : We bad the l pleasure l of a call"(rom First-Unification of,the postal.IiYs- ing'glass at, the foot o(u(bed, so that1 si>n' of th? goodQuecn.pf'ig1and: : andas heard(in the land.' wagons''loadedwitt .*Block,'Bay, '''Street,'opposite, ott MJU tel WW".|,
'A.fewAlays se ve \ ,'. .
or recognition could carry the least Dr. Z. II. Mason the nester of orange terns of the two countries" In respect to beqbe ,,r;s.cs, *n. the morning' ho. can; the prospective King of that country, immigrants i ago pawed through town t' ,3Acxsa.viJLLE.z4."i- ; :'" : ,. "

.. j '1 ki; weight. The time has', now jarrivedj growing a d-fruit 'cult ro' gerierally-in: correspondence exchanged forward between and see thathe is' a congressman' lie never llt'was'meertn' t ha should l he receited" on their'way to the'Sxnitherri part: of the or".j ;Viwo.. .'. J Is-: w.... ::

) when this should be mended. The I his favored section ol Florida. He 'rc them ; caclr country to }valkswhen. them is ah'ack Handy, and stiitabhcUen1OuStratlOfls'Ore'PiCi State,where, they intend to locate. Some
deliver, free of charge, 'correspondence Ethiopian'whocali: : i 'him 4" '>s with, ; had all. the way rom Drawers 'and tWer;trt;V* | chaii. 5tJy'g.'' iJ
accession nnothcr Bourbon to the satisfactory i in his region the } Se of them : come ;
: of ports progress ol 'all kinds, written and printed received But the crowning event )jn..odr" Ret'of:. ' I'
: throne of1)aintae&th'e iseMfCut| and 'expresses hi lively'ihlciest( ''ii'i the from tbt,. ether; which correspondence sure to receive.at ".1 least ,a dollar,. ., 'for'.thecornplimetit. has jn.st occur- Texa.4' j- r T-; -' TI .nnLEGAL. \' i --J.',
,
'
in one sense, more hopeless than it was fortunes of the State Fruit Growers' I must in all cases.be prepaid at the i ..: distihjgulshed ,A Mr* Spencer.w havingabagg.'igeropniand -''- i ,j'
established' domestic rates.of the country his absunlity a'rcach- &./ A, 'King has come thwyay. .; tel,' raph. oiuce put tip near the. r'r: I : "" '
: under the feeble lat'cUmcanllg rc- Association.. Among other gratifyingitems of origin". ;But the?.acme'of' i "*'f "i I "' real.live gen' hieKing'' "! ru. is' no ex-' 'lower end ofibe railroad platform The p 'AS1t; E' SALE, !i'n

:, PUb1iC.J'e1, ,'i be no relaxing I the doctor stated that in his immediate 'ficcowti-Each country. will transmit ed- when,, 'he Is sworn-in." .He, imruedi-, SovereignHe is.; no fagitive..despot i improvements'have long b eb ,needed.

the hold <-upoh the inland tho war will \ neighborhood there was unlv!,: the domestic mails ot the other.in closed. ..ately registers .8O1iflniv, : 'that he escaped from the vengence :of a long -- -. Door.Iwitt In ofa the*CM\j PaiSc of J o..mll..11J Sale u(tOM efik the high Can t bkUcr.c,

be galvanized\ into.jicw vigor bra lime, I one piece of homestead: .land not taken' I pouches through its territory free of will speak upon each and"c"cri'' question oppressed but now! risen: people. lie is 'The,Clear Water Times. 011 ing the dworihcit tjlh day yn< xny Jursary,hlDaa,1875 yart.;at of 12,ih_i;tnim the fclmr g| L. '!'

j and the cruelties hitherto practiced will up and occupied and that small groves charge, by is ordinary'mail routes' that :arises, and he'seldom, 'breaks 'thU wha'has: just .ab 'The following paragrapfc.wtttaewtint: i ( I W.SHpt. *.
between
Third-Xo acccuint shall be kept no bankrupt potentate 1 Lar e 9 foot lint VrblO.
t. be intensified wherever: the royal troops j were springing up on all sides of him. thd Post -O13I6'Department of the vow.' As.ig.iorant (of' finance asa 'dj'speptic dicated a crumbling throne, ,and' .whose for the non-appearance. tit thii, vlcver' I SmaH rtofiera .
_
-
1 '; i hold sway. Such is the unfurLunatecondiion He is full of hope for the future of Florida two countries in regard to international 'coose;' '' ,. he( never, hesitates' to seedy purple still'retains the odors oran little'paper: Frontier lije has It* drawbacks ,IVrptny LotWiuoskt ws.I'bt, Irtj vuinlcd Saw Ht Cole to..01fC_ f" '

I Jf-I H of this brave people to-day.. and is animated with the enthusiasm correspondence of any kind exchanged grapple with that absorbing f question, "effete monarchy.'" Our' royal visitor as wel1'a'3 its'charmS, and the lick. p.'Dsc.5cft41f74.rcli *e, J.C&lUELEY.-' ii idSSIGNESS "

c A word spokeji United States can which is characteristic: of- the true horticulturist between them ; each Department: retaining and the absurdity! of his.rewarks..upo trust 4c-I- .
: IJ'the i for its cxelusi\'e' use all the postage is"a, .ei ning'so"eFefg a Ki.ng. ,de of mail facilities i are of,themf We, '
ii. : change all the the world over. only. equaled by the \: (nICE.Y 'I'Qlir.
strengthen it collects on mail matter. bent. to theother this subject are juTe and defuc o.: He >speis| ,his name, on'to gre 'the return of.tho Times to I L1.4tKT. *
i revolutionists an hundred fold and Dr. Mason was on his way to.attend. absurdity f. his remarks upon every '
tkiiveryFourthIt : been
t it
for Ka-la-ka-ua he hails from the Sandwich our'sanctum, where has always
; DUtrkt dterf tit
VnliJ
lAs tf
SMdn
weaken the hands of the opprl'ssorsto the grand lodge IIf Mason t'TlJI < I is understood to be the desire other. There is .one. bright, e lleJ to his Islands he l left the' West and welcome: guest. / A'frtJuritUutricttftbriJ *.I,

; ;; ; an ,equal vtnt.. The lime has now hassec, and expressed 'a fear! that he and intention of.our respective Post-; character however and' that is his Intense ; In the.matter of'CILlS. FRIDI;KF.KC,Ctairapi.
: I 'of f traveled 1 East 'i in search of more,.light Our readers are hereby notified tjiat
that the .
Office( Detriments provisions 'roar
'TGwbow Th
come to that, .rd. If an undue might not be able to attend the meetingin : ];patriotism.. ,He wants to save the the publication of the Times is i suspend it Conctn. : .Wcrifcred bmby
sp'ak \ this agreement shall extend to an international among the people whobrought theligh'tof' fives notice! 'of hrs appofntsi.s 3-W 0.
f r the republican infant in this city on the .20th" : lie promised money-order cx h inge as soon I country, and the only way that appearsto Christianity and-civilization, ,to' his ed',until we have better facilities' for trict.rldenbtrg.who baa of been Davai adjurfged county.a 1 bankre 114*,%,s,..?*jaU kuovpetiiiun di*>

T I Spain has been the cause of the long and however to prepare an essay to be read, as practicable. thp i infinitesmal quantity,'of brains I ; mailing our papers. We have reason by the DL-trlct Court of said IRwricl.

: criminal delay, thil excuse no longer on that occasion which will be gratifying Fifth-The provisions, of tbis agreement '. thataurk in some dim corner of his dense benighted\ 'anccs'tors. Fifty-five years li> believe ,that such facilities 'will I h r J. C. GREt.Ur.Attiprc.
d last October the' .fi-fst of afforded in the early part of,the coming .Jsn.6:8. J.
as far'as, relates to the rule of letterpostage afo company ,
I,.+, .* S exists.' : The republic. has met its fate, intelligence to all who have had thepleasure will "carried into tffe t skull is to reduce the expenses ,of the missionaries' sailed from Boston < forHawaii. year'and that the suspension,of our paper -

l and a monarch once more, disturbs the of reading) bis letters and, on the 1st of, Frbruaiy, 1875. government, and so h3appeilrs' .as a Great was. their, zeal in their will be only for a* short time.-- I N ,BAxNKRUFrCY.Jn .

LI I dust of tho throne by the pressure of his ese-ays. -- Sixth-All provisions existing, postal reformer7 their faith. Should we not be. able;to"resu'nlf publication ib fiilriet Cnrt ff'tkt L'mittd SUtct/..Of
inconsistent witli this noble 'work, 'and 'doubtless, I within a short time, we exj I>ect to ftertktr* ffcfrtct: fIn Jo1pitlA.
1 conventions it the
i what he heard i
cp August I person. History us ever i
,
lie H
: tell How to Pack Oranges. are Ill'ft'h'ahrllgated.Sel'euthForrilal forgets" was great-in its ultimate results; but it r I print ;'a pamphlet: containing a fulldestiIptioi tfie. matter of O$. W.: SCOTT.. Bankiepti: B

; t expetlrm this family. It is safe to Messrs. John Parsons & Co., of New arrangement a rticl..s, embodving old proverb, citomalurum' cite p t'ri is h-ardlyprolabe; ] tb'atm, among that ) of tbe Gulf coast country Notice U hereby giren that the above named,1f. IScoct
1 nothing( good or- just [or rotten" and.so fie and its and it to those of .whoba*been adjudged a buoLniM under a.Aa .
& any "soon ripe soon | products, send
t'en York City, have written a l lelterto the the provisions ol this agreement, shall urn, devoted band!)'expected that on Christ of CuocrcM eniiilcd,"All Act tit asLiblish a unifcrm'. ;
bearable, sq. far as Cuba. is. concerned; lie prepared for cxec tion' as soon a! assumes 'the tone of an economist, i ur subscribers wfiose term of!abscrty- yscm of P.II; ,rupICY llruug"IJolted StaM,
I agents oi the New York and Fernandina tiiaEveof 1874. tberKing'uf'thbse Cunibal.Islands Lion had not expired.. apprortd. March ad.1867 ba* file in said Coon his
ti : can be hoped 'for. Therefore we do Steamship Line in which they give the possible. _-_. -_ _ I making a f ferocious attack upon ihe 'would:hang up 'his :stockingin | 1 petition prajins ".be disxharg (">n> all his debts
and other claim said data
provable under aLt; and
hopeTaTid that our governmentmay sit in the
MX
.. pray following instructions respecting the On the Way to Florida c1cl'ks"who for long, .hours, the Windsor Hotel, New- York. and Pork Packing ,Statistics.S, bearing be hod upon the same?*i 4 Coon of Bankruptcy.,
may soon act fn, ol a j people who atmosphere of the different to be hotdcn before Franklin Fnser. Remitter ia Bimk.
behal picking, packing: aid shipment of fruitto The charms of a winter in this state poisoned eat buck-wheat cakes' for' his breakfast In .a preliminary'report 'on nog-pack ruptCY.at Iii office in the city of jack5u Yi\l .u 1kg
I have displayed a' courage in lighting 'lor departments.$. His motto,is 'save at the sail District on the l6th d.y.of January.A. l>..1873
their liberties : odds which that market: must be great indeed to induce. an undertaking holeand on Christmas morning: His 'Highness ing in the Wf-st, ,the, Cincinnati Price .ut to o'ctuck.a.ra.,at which time i.nd platx ajl croJK '
against an I and lose at the bung who have their iebuand other in .
even dims' ly, comparison the glories of NEW YOKK )''., 28, 1874. so peculiar as ,this, by Mr., Fpigot, of has received. all!!' the'attentions that. were Current says that 'returns ,bay, been received ors interest may attend proved and show cause *by the penow prayer of

t. T 3t uur revolutionary) )' struggle. 'GE..TTAsbnti; fruit ,t from: had Florida many consignmentsof1 this- Bishop or else) he must be unusually "Mark Wl' rattlin how he and clean wi"the thu'"jiD'points. faith ever included }jn that comprehensive. 'from 'over 340 packing points .said Mi6wt petitioner fchuuld PUIUP not be granted.WALTER' ,Oerk/ .
wrath
fond of spicing> his pleasures with a Now meekly calm. ." programme known as the 'U05p 1allty mitsi'ir of- the six cities of Cincinnati, .
., Free Cuba means a 'gr. nt deal for season, as well as before we are enabled J1U iUtupin' and his jU ln'

,. L; them and a great deal for us. The intimate from experience to give hints and dash of- peril!, lIe will meet with a Now there are :a great many ways inwbich.t of the city.1 I lIe has"now gone ,to' ..Bos Chicago. St. Lou ", Louisville. These) ; Milwaukee interior-'JN BANKRUPI'CY.'in .
and
advice to hil'pel'slhat may be.of bent fit licntywck'Ome if ho lives to get here. besides ton Via New Haven. From trIO latter Indianapolis' '
1 j' and friendly intercourse between to them. e country can be saved second of missionaries points packt-d last season within 'about1lp.000 .tb... Datrut Cinrtof tht I'xi'Eosttrn ,'SWI/;.1M.

: ; t .two countries. 'will be mutually i First. The fruit should be cut from PiiiLADEU'iiiA, Dec. 31.-A letter putting Win pickle) or packing it in salt place' the the, company Sandwich: Islands in ol all the .hogs packed outride or In'tfce 'of'tne:Itiitriet PENNSYLVANIA of l'itytv"TIE' COM.KAN .
fur matur
advantageous, bound together as they the trees, as if so cut and carefully from Mr. N. II. Bishop, the adventurous with the big end up. The economic the cities, named. The indications'are V,Bankrupts. No.1787.
$ will for weeks traveler. who ii ,on. his,way J from Ihs) November 1822., This circumstance that the packing at -l points which have Uecember order oT the Coiled State
: -. will be and handled it keep sometimes 'one'no doubt but : 1(74 n. y
by common : y'Is'a' good ,
principles, common very "'
b : : S months and thus not be forcedon city to ,the Gul( "Mexico iii 4papvr' 'Y! doubtless makes the old classic city of cIo 7fd and'Ihe'.e timatC for the scason Court for the Eastern JJUtrict of Penns>hrana.! IBaukmptcy.

; ;; ::k commercial, interests., We rat the nurkrt.if there happens to be 'a canoe, ttnnounces his safe 1 arrival "at why practice itin, the direction where' the Elms attractive; 'to I Iii M jcsty., at others'show R falling off in numbers be sold at public. The auction lolluwing,on 1 described bundiy.real February estate ink will,

l without J'is-k decaf at least bclligermtrightsJ glut in it as it.must, bo if it arrives in Xe'wLernC.. Ho paddled from Norfolk its mandates: can only be complied withbycrippliugand \ amounting to about, l7OOO' compared 1873. at v.lo'cWck..a. m.. at.ApaiachicoUaFaak&acou'iiy.
t1 .We in order. .. -- ; thnui:li the Cypress Swamp canalto efficiency This is New: 'Year's ;' ..'.' The. old- with last season. Definite 'conclusions .State of t lurida; -
even bad impairing
\ regniziugtheir Currituck sountlund 'thence to l. m- time custom 'of'making calls is.being : not been'arrived No. (. AU that certain piece or parcel of bnd situated
: Second. The fruit should be put in ,, service? Economy. likec.baril.should reg&rduzigweightsbLve: in the county of Franklin.State of Fluiiua.west of Uw
nationality. By so doing we secure of the public .
4: large piles and well covered for twentyfour hicoouutl, keeping along! the shore ,_of observed'%; those gallant, fellows \\110.dun'L at.;, bul it.appears :'evident that the Liter ApalachicoU river bounded as fallows; Bcginniof
:Jt a'frfendly.w' attached to us by I the stiip ul lanll'Iuch : begin' at home. Both been character a poin.where the north line section i,of towrahip
narrow -
separates packitighas of an improved
hours, or according to temperature, i mind the, cold. Ten, above 'zero: ; in range, 8 ioutb and west, crosses acroelc.sai4bcill point
f both interest' aud gratitude; end wltoUf : to undergo a sweat; then fJu'clHlllut to those bodies of water from the Atlantic, houses of congress are supplied the as comp;\ l',1 with the earlfyr hogs, twenty (ao)chain*and fifty(SO)links cut M the
l, trade with the, island is now' 'large then packed tightly in' Lox's of :\U'J'running, considerable risk in crossing with the finest kind. of this morning is just the temperaturethat ''and there has b:11'somo reduction in theamount nortawcst' corner qf said section i..I and two(la)chain
dry; public expense o*
links of
the air salubrious and and xevcoijr-fi e((73)) east a traverse post
4 it; will be immeasurably increased by! dimensions recommended by the Fruit the stormy current which sets in bath rooms and barber, shops ,'erfum makes invigorating of t average shortagein weightas said liod.set on the-edgeof the mush on said utckt
Growers' Assoculion three feet long, through llatterus inlet. The voyagerwas for.sonic people.The ray!of the shown, in the previous report. Hogs thence,'op the said creek to a given tree.the comer of
1 the inevitable results of the cstabli&h.ment Panilico ed lend a poetic softness to the Thomas Orman arti Anion Hancock old Kites: tMKernorth.
In the picked up in sound by a soaps dim) chilled ns' if yet ti.> come forward are expected to
divisions and and
1 8x12, with centre. sun,are, pale,and ; 8hty-s Jt ,66) Degrees west,one (i)chain
I of a government capable acting Third. ,All fruit should bo rejected yacht belonging to Judge, Weft of water which cleanses the congressional average: heavier than for the,corresponding sixteen li6).lmka loa fences front this puint tbenvenx >
itself and NewbfjKnho'; ,. with ji party of gentlemen they had passed through ,an, atmosphere of List The ptu-king'at post in the creek abuv* rclerred to. tWCOIJ ftII
for of making treaties which\ that shows ,fcigna of tltcay, especially ) anatomy, and bay rum. wanders pensively rhelion ; part: season. (afr chains and '7i 100 east of the nonhwe t corner III
the stem'. In all had been cruising for several days of snow.-:: A faint p sun-dog the six cities named, reported 2,325,000 btf&n 8 si* chains i
i .calculated: to serve 'other' interests about Europe .are ) over the scalp, erstwhile only on said.caiun I, north. degrees west.
'. ,1 .' thrown out that the stein is torn out of. on the.lookout for him ; and who offered portends.a; coming: storm. The winter pounds io this date, and the packing at thcnc:.south,twenty-seven ia7)}j degrees wcM.fi(51(
; .. than those demanded, by a go\ernment him the hospitalities 61 their town. Mr. terras of familiarity ith thc plebiantallow. "" all! l points 'to' the: last of December approximates chains and tony- ignt' ((48) links to a coreer fcnct t
t )1 All rusty and inferior oranges should has been very mild thus far, but 'the thence; south,forty-inn*;:and _ball (49*) degree/
three thousand miles away. Bishop's plan after leaving Newbernwas .. Why should not these'states- : ':'against, a similar ,_ .
: also be rejected j null .sold at home or ] the cold 4jOOO,000 cost,n Cb. 4 and twenty-eight((284 links to a surwyof
I : Let justice be 'done and Cuta 'eel! whVrt frait doee not sell byappcarances to row down Bogue, Stump, and men'who make war.upon crippled" sol daysjbegin to lengthen; begins! nnraher a yenr'ago'. }t may, be'remarked tiny acres lying chiefly in the city of Apalachicob acrct! twefftu :
thence;along me line of said survey fifty
sounds to rengthonl": In bin'ring'nticil-
Masonboro1 in about Jen t :days that the 'returns giring'the estimates
.i as it does in New York. diers and defenceless women 1 pay for ( ).chain* c.the northeast'corner of said tvtvf
.: ; Fourth, Wrapping; with is well and reach Capo Fear river by Interiorwaterpassagesahl tion*'o'f a ruel January, an unmerciful for.t.h report bear date since the 24th of thence south,.forty-nine and -f (ttHlde) *
4 .;: ,The State. Legislature. paper ) the the their.own cleansing, or go with bodies east three(3)C tains and seventy-two(p)link to IM
December.
: but for those who cannot be *d particular 1 : 'From Ia t miles.. The rico. planters nVaeCll.1nLco as dirty as their reputations?: But the 'f' wban of tile
a gentleman who arrived from we recommend sheets of soft paper : seve C1 hied, jus lo.nh-to a point |mi a line wit the lots
attenuated form ,
\ and Pedee rivers have invited ; forth and) Is to be hU; pn and city survey and bounded by i wile harbor; ihrw*,"?
r fruit. fiat has'gonu economy O'M '
Tallahassee last the between each layer of *
evening we glean LIST of betinninf
,
visit blood half congealed by thecold of tor- A ;\RATIYE..P.RIC Tunle harbor to a point or the place
t following of, the of, Try to time the shipments so as to him to their plantations. the order of the day. The_clerks) are to ;: bounded by said creek parlclar doings make the connections and not be Mi. Bishop writes that not a man whom day, your c6rre.p'orident, tbrough''chatte'ririg of ApalaclJ c ta.; cootaing.thirty(})acres of land wort
ti, the proper he meets will trust himself in his boat. be forbidden time,for the noonday lunch, OF DIFFERENT ORGANS. of ts; aIao the rteam sawmill,with engine -
Lgtsl All should have teeth wishes' the 'NEW SoUTii a tkern
delayed. packages T's chinery sawn,beTts,fixton i and running gear
OnTuesday both"houscVconvencd at shippers private marks.' .- Every sailor; boatman and oysterman neither. are. they to cross' their or dot New'YcaftCASSiUsi. I' epa.re.[byG'io.i.: : "' ercon the thirty{y>> "acre tract of land a\i' "
Happy SMITH.]
8ahu not cross a creek in such 'l'a in thus a'&stquantity [ ; sciibed.
would their writing, saving \
x. the members of the House
1 being ? ,_ No.;. Also th'aubaIot northeast quarter.actb4
t Govetnor-Tilden. a shell. ; of ink i in the next centuryto* '-z-" THE CABINET PIPE ORGAY.CO.,- east half stiutheart quarter sworn in by the Judge of Leon .
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County] State News. Syracuse.NjY, ((95C'Op5J----. one hundred antf sixty ifcj acre more ur less. ,

; t county, and leJewly.elucted numbers In response to the ,addrcss of Gov. Worth Noting. the"republic.: The number of .spittoonsis J.., Brattlcboro 1'EY & co Vt... ,(,a tops)._... 400 and No.lot 3At..a number fractional 1.of sect ion'sections jj.tontaiaing number four 16 buodndi aid 'to:

: of the Senate Ly. the Circuit Judge oft Dix on stirrendning to his siicccesVr ITS 'MONEY V.ALuE.-When .a dealer to: bo reduced, 'n'rid candles to take "TheBronsori' Artery has-been; dijcon-i SIMMONS.Detroit,&Mich.CUjCGH. (;ioitop' }_.._.' 400" and ninety-five_,and,]ioo* (49l6-rOClac) ,ma*ofless.

I : district Immediately upon being the gubernatorial chair\ (1Il\ew, York,' in farm produce receives shipments in the"place of gas.Therepuhlic must besaved tinned, and'thc., Hopi'ietorsand material. LORING &,BLAKE. 2i4.! Also the'north end of ForUs hUnd.ansu:

1 : sworn tho Senate by a unanimous vol Go,'. Tilden made the following vef/ good order'and c'firM.qualiL, he fakes and ecunomywill dci it., Vice la' have (been, removed 1 to Cedar. Keys' SM11H Worcester1 AMt:,.M_;A.:> GROAN' (IO ltops--CO., ", veyed All ,in and township supposed 6.south contain range.five&hiwdred west. (joojacrev) ,

(full as much pride in showing them ai bagatelle! J tbwD, 51.t... .(zo sto1", }_'_,;.: 375 No. fractional and '3i contalmaj
I adjourned 10 A. M. and the Florida State JournaL 5. Abo sections n
Wed'neJsy appropriate )little speech :. whence comes '
pretty '
't ,
a I the did in and ho TAYLOR & FARLEY CK*
I farmer senthingthem ; Was it New Year" with four hundred i and eighty and:57-130((480)T>loo>* <
being .tbat'an Immediate organjzatloa : \- }lias hesitate "Happy) The editor ': Worcester; Mau.. '((10..c.op.--- Ior.-oresa. ,
ask from
dilen GOVERNOR Dix: It I is he who completed does not to ten ,W COT.
NEW.ENGLAND ORGAN ,,, M
all I wonder itwas the No.6. Also fractional section' ,except such part :
? *
: could.not lie effected on. account a. period if duuinguibhed .public twenty percent. extra because ho knows you with, 'With ,the, neV: year we start our. new Bonton. Masi.i ((10.wps5.). ......- 330 lie* east of'CanarcrecV.estimated to contain thit.

g r1 .of the opposing parties standing twelve service aud, having gathered. all its hononre he can get It. Jiesides, it -is really to iiv three hundred womei who were paper in our new home. LEBANON LcbanooN.ORUAXCO.r H., (Iostops--- -: : hundred(JOG)ac, '
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.. $ and twelve in number. ha- nothing lull to, him but to ,lay h.s advantage to have produce, because discharged from the treasury department I Thieo. rse'we shall,porsue in the" ,fat MANrIINGORGANCO. hundred No. 7.and.Also'sixty-nine fnlct'cma1 J and lectton:,(37(, cpntauung 66-IOOJ *cr' '

down burdens, i1 I It lie who:Is ,to be it helps him 'to,secure the best from that day? 1'idows'tverking 'day i ure.has hen sufficTentiy ''indicated, by Rock port MiISIIt:0 stop )-.*.....,..,- 340 more or leu. "

: :J., In the House Messrs. ,Purman, Duncan ,truly coiignttulated "this Jc asion. I tu.tomvrs' and 'thtrehy to build Up his after day for tho little pittance to keep the,past. Without'sin1,entire/[ change in GEO.Cambndgeport WOODS &.UJ'Ma&i. ,(to stops.: ).,'i.. .-" -. 31$, dred..No an a
k and absent. Messrs. cannot stand tn this hall: to assume the business., This is plain enough. The the character'of|.he State ..Goye'rnme'ntsin GEO. A FRINGE & CO., more or less '. .
Martin, lagn arid'er were fchicf executive trust of the )people'of) this same: *' advantage( accrues "also to the alive the fatherless brood at home. i tbe.South) ;there cau.be ,no ,hopt of BURI'E'U"ORGAN.CO.BuftJo NY., <(IO stop; )"". _,_-..--"J2S. ,No.9. Alto-factional: ..secdon'd'contalnintbundred clIrct,

Ut.k Jfontgonwr {state,, now (to be transferred by you.! farmer.! For assort!n
nomInatedforpeker by to Iltpulili- without my thoughts turning on* him for neatly 'dressiuS.and 'packing working for the pittance'that: kept'them State,.we shall,-c nt!1ue'. to devote ORGAN, CO.j h., I. To beld tree 'Jncnmbnnce.o. the L11
cans, and Hugh A.CorIeyby the friend and mine for choice butter : Boston Wa< ., (lIltop5)-o.---, terms? For the tract of Und first described 5ft'
'.siil
Dcmo(Silas Wright), your poultry, sending .; from the bagnio ur the river-all turned 1 our b exertions, PELUUBKT. PELTOX. & CO. hundred; ((1500))dollaw on the day of sx'e.'and the r
: crats. There were fory-nIno members and my father',who (field! it in early and large/fresh: e gs, time'and care are .t.t.lcnuAlCOl.rNJT.: New York. '-(lo5to''j-.... _iU.- 300 due.one fourth on the confirmation of tile aU.J
anhoud. I came here to sustain hU required, and that: which l is'kept At'bm e out upon 'tbu' threshold of a hard and ,, BRUCE & CHARD. v 'r livery of tho deed,one-fourth in.three '"1*vo'rfourth
prenent,outnf which Mr. received the Cil zen .. )) __ _. 300WILLIAMS it0*"
We from & ilais. ((10
Corloy! clip : itops.. kg sit month and the balance i twelve
I administration lit tho interval how 'may,.stem .to be a loss; but in doing In! discouraging :wi.i. i r. I would ,not .be & EATON :< > .> from &h 'dcnnry of the deed; the purchasa *<**['*'
twvnty-lwo v >t.bing the '*lid Con I va>t and c1i\'t'r ifit'C1' have\ ; the inicrcMsbeuoine'which this wise, additional caruwill be taken the author of all this misery and desolation The receipts at the Gainesville depot Hill.'N. H., i (tostops.)))__-j 300WORCtSTER paid to be secured by bond and montage o*UW F"
IeflaUVtWeIf1he the I increased.Upwards of 81000 id the month ORGAN c.oVonealer. ., lees tile ct01.the delivery of U*
body. Among under lie guardianship afterwards to provide against having ,with interest from
are .tops ....... *.
for all the wealth' of 'the I dies. \ ias; ((16 ) -. 300 deed., The other parcels for cash bat tM conflrmaw
# Republicans the ,'ute.Vcro, scattered, of 1 the. State administration. To anything that' i Ij,not.saleable. 69 that a of.November,1 over vtho same; month' of HORACE. WAI ERS'& SON*; .-. ,';. of the sale and delivery of the deeds. .

I ::' and no choice was math'of a Speaker, build up this great commonwealth in real money value comes from being a Before the.svinterIs'qcr, there" will be. last3ear.; : .N.'YOI'k.MODEL ORGAN(io topii-._,: : .: .,SoAUEIUCAN At the"me: tin and pIa* the following personal

I .:though several t'I1IJuU"ere! taken. Noorganization her polity aDd;institutions until they .'better farmer. Tho farmer who has aright ,blood upon his' l head,'which not even Alachua' hi.'th'e"S; ml ole dialect 'signified .' Hartfor.i, Ct.. '(TOJtop)_';..'__- ',50PRi.SCOn' property, 100,000 will ft. (be mOre lOrd or; less. )of,lumber.'38.(..'
shall become a greater blunsiiig to all i idea of his calling will aim to supply thejears of' Calvary :can, wash away. "big j jug," and our 'county takesIuna OKGANCO.. las)of stock log::4tinoil caas tjaeo (more _)
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: taing liad, thu-lIlJul" ad Urn people within her jurisdiction anti only,such customers a* are particular which is ,from,the Prairie sink, the general Concord,N.H., (9 Mop*) ay I cross. Kes. boxes of nuts and washers I fc"01.
But I excited *
am an. stocks stocks,and machinery. C-
\. juurned to Wednesday, at 12 )- au example worthy,of inmtujt/n! by,pther: I and who, are willing to pay;extra getting reservoir of the/waters of the 1',ai- SIIONINGER & 'CO., I flesof-lSa.01&* office desk S 3.carrc. tat',P._

I On Wednesday, Senate convened communities is a work far surpassingany price* for extra products.. There 'are unpardonable sin i in a'poormV P. lie Creek and 'numerous Jjimall streams Xew HavenCt.: ., ",(to stops) $a2 5'' blocks t morticing machine,lot of round beta teeth I ,I.

: : object of human, ambition.- I. bad plenty of ,such customers and the demands let me tell you', hoyr this: wholesale flowing '!intQ the: "big.jug,'."'or' la the lackiaew ft.uoesorkss4 i ita ,1amber..1 tt 5plkel''box rindtoSe'of saw .4 J
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? 10 and CASH fl
.a. at o'clock after adopting ti motion hoped to pass the coming winter in the ,they..mle, ar far in excess of slaughter of the innocentscame about. Semiuole. Alachua" TEN PER CENT DISCOUNT'JQR. ales of oakum. i bOIl l sdVr. kinLC' ..d ke

: to the.rffect tliat a majority of M cradle .ancient literature and arts. In what farmers ure hikelysuon, to supply. Sometime ago the commissioner! 'of Tbotherm. meter during' the' past week On the Ijuit rocodonc t. of rubber wa hen Wtin,&C"f I lertel a crosscut press and saws stand,4 "rVS u piIfU%' :

: 1\fl'ntr-rtJur'melnberJ"1Ihould' be nfeesary the exchange, l in. which I undc.rtakedutlc' .And I, In, riddition', it may well remark internal 'revenue, .whi h his name is has;ranged from 60.1< 80 degrees; (the A SPLENDID EUREKA TOOL, U barrel of resfa. i box of and-puts''anvil d,I.chctt o' ,
shovel bellows
boat ss
to an election lmK'ct"lt-l you have so"honorably performed, latter,the ,blg est.l1nd the former the 5 a .
] ballot fruits aloJ
; ed that however true of the men 1 'bu' not jhe' ; D; wagon t loe of telegT.ph. wire. .i1.aa
0uglalB.. .
t : ( Prea'l I utiderrUnd that ).q,1Itd.an opportunity lowest) at noon day.', .We, .gave'not seen i lot of glass'Insulators.a Iron sate.I t01P -
,. or a ,\11tpr ;( m. Alter several to visIt a}portion of our'owb count tloned,, it)U juuehhoru.: 1 truo of the ..Dougbu,Douglass tender and true." it below 4S this,winter.. ,24 LESSONS FltEE.,9HARGB I upright boa Isoiler r coil oC I0.f .
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; Ineffectual the Senate adjoarrjed lone giesin bo. :uan, : oIpa1a'.4CU'
attempt*, to'thcn intellect the '
no Inferior in, natural\ advantages more vaiu'able'arid' often mom del- revolved in ,his gigantic We learn that the Louisiana settlementhear' TbCpenoDaI 'il be 50Id r.-"

: tuThirstlay at 10 A.. ). 'nowtu'd clime 01 tbti Old World. I Jcatq fruits, of .'oar, semitropicalchInw. l i J idea that. it would be a' Mighty. good Micunopyv is I improving,beyond all' to my one who buy one of these'ekjant organ*, -' "TfiEfcRV C T.&JUtY"
0\Y.9t
-S ; .Dtputj.
.I. ; / STURGES. _
(ellCtSfM! *m the pleasure) to which of ta1t'&ndithemat ", .' *. .'*>.{ > i JOSEPH *.
--". In tbo-house, upon convening on look "forward ofyour .< t pecial $tent ri is likely to be joke to give the printing the reveDue calculation.They! are employing all the ",' -
by reason =
you may : : 'SnTH'SUUSlC.B.OOYS
i3JOaif'r
: .
colored 'people farmland: near paying ,
i I ',1wDuda). Messrs.Duncan and Uagin fortunuta trails! r, aDd '..begtoa drawn to this important subject during I stamps to .certain firms in NewY 'rk. -clearing- and mating ; .' 1" ,, '. 1 : : I ,-- : ': '. '
goodwages "
'prevented their credentials "and were sure you that you and your accomplished the January"meeting: "ibb'SfoFe Assbi .. '.know. "*hat'th Q' .consideration improvements; of all it kinds..;- .,, ;;:. 1'URN1S1IEDROOMS'( POR.'RENT, j hTQT1 a :: '

sworn in,! they rll\10g" Arried'tb N previous lady end the other:mrnibt-rs of your ciation.*-J. ;'lobtj I ,.r"held.*It" 1 itl Jacksonville.' jv.s,'if ,any but I suppose.,it mus( have 'iVe' fcconimend' .thepubno"tb :raveling -JLJ .'.?.'*. 2 ;,i rtfc-* ,'i i?"> -. .' ', } csa bi !ot 'lo'I ndliU .
will with warmest F* i /; tt' i site ltaviaaC' bY.J
family mrry you my v l'i ? ii/ ; vi 'Maths Location pleasant. Good(adlidea ir hkeeploc. Eo Lyitch 00 my }
"These
L; ,: evening; afli-r which four ballots wishes for your happiness' iu those recreation "' / been a pretty good one., >"rth'eJMetfopolitanJacksonville. ; 1I0h'l-dn Inquire at Library of ,1,'s!iT';JI, H' boarcI.n.i ",tt 'sd't' 'J ', v'JackionviuiiDcc.

,were had for Speaker without ,a result. !and in all your future, This has been weed I of fogs, have been 'as well executed, and as, Mr. Togni knows how to Vi-i8tf Pl. !.' .. .,3; "



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CITY NEWS Great Southern-<-VvJI Railway. JD r L.iI i-t THE'NEW fllldRTING DRTOEngB&h STOE.tAT OfTlttAXrintMfrUf ART ASSOCIATION OF TrtiTcHARUBTQN, I4.)S'i 'iiotvm.tl-d : U. .. J () 4 .,

The first allotment of-the first,,mortgage aad.French Chemicals. Great pro9UIICId

MORNING.SA land ia j>rTi4 iintmnJtiTi -runDAY CTtatarj; <'premiarabonds/p; : ,
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FnoA ToOeft& dsj tihin's :J .
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the' Great Southern Railway Company j. : _. _. _. 1'iA.-a: :1a ;
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9-11 07637C3SOSS.JFuDATEvxnxG.j
D. 1875.thcr cents. English Brushes
90 aad Cocohs. Lamp I I -
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tookplace; at the 'Metropolitan Hall in rI.atTcaa .ji"f; : .f(' '. I P..E.O f ; ...

.New-Paper- this pity, oa Wednesday .the;fith.4ay.QfJanuary' : : l.r.c nJra.eo. ; t cLa3stig. '.J ( ''V nothing: *" > ** *"" k < -*- I : ?' '
JUt there's in fri world -.ea l(
\ I.9t DrucIisu;flat."clti.a Th.i '.: 4rs' ; ,a ptcasm '

Jasi jue of' the.LakeitybiDp.tbe Preu :1875. The Company, through .: .* 4T'1 .; 5.91 t '- 4 ;._. J A*H ,*waiiucowtadcochtup,'JF'feet, \.. PIANO ;{1''s" .

1'be that..Mr.kJIo-,Its Presjdenfy nOD.v;.O bol'J1. anrnpnneed M_, 1" ., ?atl at ""Havana?.whose flavor just suits I
anooncement I I r ; '. ,. ':1.,' y'.. .)1EXhRQIflGiCALRECORD. j .. away your : VIOLINS :
iichcr I : jj .. .f iu ,:1 "I. I tt Itl' .' ;I
tlie; p 1fd. 'beenn I. 1 10'J "X 1"" ,.. ''"nI''II :0..
III Aad uw-W n
"Pair '
ortJ"issue ..se11 'Obserratioo-takea at 7 A. e r. H.aad,P. at. pitt at 'Burt'3oo& .

a11 lD fll to be eal1eu ,.thCJaCkr5tv tore and adopted for"die 'allotting and .' _: 1'H fBS": :':'.. I daily, by. theSiSaaliS TTKe.. ...,...Army. -,"ia. this". city.S5 ,r'f14: ( <, '. SHt. 7i .. ,:
this chy. 'of .d' = SO I 1 rJ1If11")1tro ,,. .2'
Fint cUa P5omr Jfl :jjSOf !l-
aD ima.at.n
p it, reckon there.h room.. redeeming ofj.iOUwnds, The, following! J. .. ,. ....JKJH ;?, ,. .." ,:'. ..'or.. ;' .: I s .a t 2Winttio* s :t2; J :: ._.J ..bc'jI1'.i.: .1.;., : .
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> .WOOD'.G K S S ? & ;
named 4treihert selectetf ; f B rI. :
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a committee to'superintend the.1ir.1it. allotment I 1.. : _. ,I U, [ Mjvf v i v '
HowtlL :
Humy 'I, :" .' <'" I .: .f. prfff r jj ; | ( J I'ta t trs.' : ; ,. "'
: IVter Jones Esq: Mayor o"f i IL .1 A sew lot ofibs ,.juJJUvei.tojetttrlfo
arcrylnterestJeommonicationk
i.entlemen bare T_. ; KC Fresh o.co <
S 9 3015 SS ady Tuning .
JKcksonvilief'Taran
ut"*column; to- the fcity of Moody, A-.DISCOUNTORTXN.PEILCEOT.; i .r Wed. 61 3D. 54 93 N Gentlc.o.o7j.oy ; .
Esq. and H. A. PaUlson Esq. Ex-At- I Wm he made to all aul cnstAoiers at Gco. M.Smith's a 3<>- S 93 N Froh'... It 1111. THE,LARGtST AND[MOST COMPLETE Competent : '
S we don't care 'to be resJLuc Music Store oa Piaaos aa4 Orfim onkss partMS/M- -, 9 30.15 H 17 NW Fresh 'aol CTdy j ::Jr. : :
Usually A R. Meet and JohnL. Thn. 7 7 30.10 56 93 NE Gentle 0.37 best .
torney-General. .
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< iNfN, stock of fine
wbst our' wrreP detlts. tf atft S.taliach cases U wffl b .tanwd 30.05 66 90 W Light ttj It ram -I --- t

for1 ihonld not Ed ..Esq.. were.s:lected by the. into the city :', haads lor iiUribuUoo'among IJ' 9 jojj 63 88 Calm CM* CTdy 1 : .,
I in this i instance we Fri. I 7 o.no '55 87 N E Light o.;CT Jy NEW TTORK..AND
\bUt p; + PHILADELPHIA HAND
.iDe "-JOd :
07. diem. SeeToryour- audience as Secretaries to make record I_ jo.i9 57 It NE Fresh 0,00 CTdy :* 1

fear to underwrite 'of the allotment. The following certificate .I.NEVERS.W, SUCH BEAUTIFUL THINGS Barometer corrected for leBpenlar and elevation .-j;: ;"I'' 1., .$EWW.i4. ., J t-' ') oa Win the receive' a \ _

I embraces the nnrub'crs orserieii of t tUEF0J&Et: < i :
i ;;; 'St> Ji'
te1f.Returned. Is he exclamatioa of of I : .
pcnont taste oa exam/nlng S HOTEL ''ARRIY; .
t bonds allotted for redemption with ..: c BOOTSAND.GAITERS.p, ;' .I.'b...,. ; .,.,*
premiums thoM Asiatic Rarities thc Chinese '' ,__j__ > i
SI3tr. at. store on Bay t ft.' I ; '" I .1 "oo 1i' ,. ..t.I ,..a.i.. ... HIr Tn r'
fir0* 'has once more sheatpOfl : \ I: -f T TCrrr street botween Laura and fiat. J T 11-19 tf GRA JATIONAL Cnj. McCiimr;PKOF .-' the..li' -:; '... = .. ;.". -II f. I!"Ni rt : .
A. G. ; Hon' it EQwood. Iowa CH J" .'. ":" : .2. .
OF JACKSQXTIU.IE.J J Des Moines. S Hors- .. ; ru. : .
or bis I Dtl5.me counen&fl I. --*- THE'PARENTS f fOf man,Jt light ;
i ni the Duval county, Fla., Jan. 6. 1875. ; :, ::5: :, :,.- .- .- ..
.
B Few
sanctum withthe afl wefl families their ofRich A Schalin. Salem lit Thomas and wife, '. ., Ht.EV & ; :
groceries
our
chonored We that the regulated purchase \ HOWUL"S.I" ; i
hereby certify following Parkshury.;,J SpOMcr.Tallahassee; T C Wat- rJ ._. .. : ,
ot his diminutive.figure.. is accurate list of the numbers of first .."' Block, Bay street. 10... tf kins.Hal.fca,>a: J .A Creech. Otter Creek flat A. :_ _-I _II' .. S Ij. .Tocher of "
v "*' -S* "cc :,
presence Ayer and CTT i t.Ocala.FU:Samuel ChisamL.Cnarles.town. *Ch14 t .0 : h-1.) :

loob as though Irish aIr, and Irish mortgage' land, .grant- and premium X .;FAITH HOPE AND; '- Mass J B Durmaa and wife Lexington Va; H LA: .TVT'F.. ,O c i' .,'-*'..V', : fv-fa -.-*,-**. -.1-.,-'.- &-ii .''.),. I -. .
; j j
Be CHARITY/ f ; 01
.bond' allotted for redemption at the CPattenoq wife Philadetpbia; lA, Larwag. C' rr : ,
o .
.ith him. The UK hot least is found bj buying grocertei NMbYilie. J. ,,-" 'P '', I' d
fg first allotment held jot Jack ; TCllta Mn R U WIm.F.WbMi.g. .. .... t r. : ; 1ti 'I
atlhe dty
6'1" Mrs Busher, Mis E BasKet ""
._ -4 from Rkh. t-" tf Q.CbampllnandwU. :, ..JA'DI.ESl ,
nville.. Floi idahis plh day ofJanoary. ( 4_T _" f _* .:1. Brooklyn.NY-CB WOl'SCCl'tNHaw; R C Reed. I: .i. : ; 'f x .

''The Clifton. f v '1875. by the undersigned:"* -* -j 1.. : -TORRENT. = '' Vineland..N J:W H Lebring. LGuiniUcl"Kr. W A .It. ,>. j' ,,I ." : II ,. THE .. "*
Love.jr.J L Logan.Atlanta.Ga; R, F-,l&aodwife. 's'IJ'.s 4 St ,4S. ,I. ; > I) ,
:
little su-amer, used as a ferryboat 19, ,70: 13. 38. 17.135 26.087 Peaant'fiiroisbed] rooms cm be rented near the.4amc ,Newtown N J: B H Camp Bostoa C W Qipjxnger Go and see that ; 'P'r.. ",", I _...?

This *Hotel Addrew LocVbox Delaware Ohio E Warren and wife,Chicago. : : .
7P.0.o-d
Arlington and the city has CG 6. -I0 :14.C82t?.'12 -27,739 II 'T '. -' I 1-" : 1 :
bctUt'D 783 .9. 8G. 14356 21.C60 '28,332 .' NEW SAND ELEGANT : .
METROPOLITAN Toraa.JuUas PaOPL
CAO. HOTEL-J.B. .
repairs at Spet ring'8 'I : i:

been undergoing hear her W87 10.453 16,235 21,950.. .28,968 At Ceo. M.Smith's Music'Rooms sod see the finest : Newbeck. Jos UIU ie: Pakuka..Fla M Moctorn. '.J.i 'lMqJ _. : :: :: tt; ; '
and f* hope soon to 5,21I1-t3 16,494 22.102 20.690 .Gee Brainard.Cape -...,N H Core allllire. &4tK.1' .TBOS
prd. _. Organ ever oa exhibition. this dty. i>-i8tf :' ;:; ..
:
list of shriekers andnnad,O J Johns and da"hter;Stark;J L TOE.. BUTTON'GAITER : G. .
the ;
aJJed to ..'ALftTr.n7aNE ; :
whistle : : ,- 1" ; r1I DtHard and lady..Henry C H. Va; E E.dough. HCamp. I''I' -. -. -* L. *sWMUA-. : ;
; CaG&mia.
the echoes along the PARAS MooDy w STcPE..r SACRIFICES' -- > Breton G W Subert Philadelphia; Peter Pe- .rt '..r.' ; "Ii q. 51J lf .
which daily awake ; : r'l I. I ; .t. ; :.... Mechanic's A ,
>
hourly.and of the termaft. Fklatka H F HalDiltOll.TaDaba : C Benedict Just received by : ''.
II. A. Dail1t momenurily dispostd at ., ;_ J:1.1 ,
KATJI Xi : :
J ow. : '""'iiqtf.fl "'i' *; ,Capt T W Lnnd. E P ". Df W Dancyt ..I.... .. I '
St. -O SotrntKaM Bz. .' ; -
Committee. t vr & Mr and Mrs LC Emery Oryr H O Cutter. Macon. ": '"' 9 }
,
A. R. MEEK Ca A W Ketcham and son.. New York A J Gould HUSSEY'& ii WELL"' : ; : 1P;
Silvano. .
Signer ? OTICE. and wik. Indiana Mrs E B Illinois Headsso. ,
Boon. J '
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,, State
JOHN L. EDWARDS '' : .mn r-' I j it t rft.i -" .. In and I
advertisements .. ,:EOCKT wffl pledge to sell c"cgtnd'cm&sTTn- and lady. Augusta J LowUr (JCYeIaDd. 0; B -
By reference to our new Setaris." ;1 I" 'I I Kenan.lady and a biMrenZ A. Scockhpuse VBcggett.J The verdict
k dcrwear.TDi ntc ;OTCTCpoa,:O' laTahaas,Cover'kd. 'l And while there ask to see that T r T becoming ; i $
B Ketth.MIMiMIPf.i;J oba RobiD5Ull,1ieanJChlld. .. \ : 7 :
this !
th. t gentleman .
it will be seen The allotments! were made' 'by the .
s\ rnlivtfn u, by a f Penes! ot his I revolved of other articles too numerous to mention at very lavfrictt. daughter Ceo Retry and wife, H Marks wile and two THEV sTA : : > i ._.
from wheel .
propne committee a glass children.Joe Paul and wife.Da*Vernon and wife;R FRENCH PEBBLE
ple.*ant i-Dtertainminits. Aiuuscments on i me.tal peels. n.tvf Stlrkaey. Mi.* Rosahnc. Frank Robblns C McCarty. < I ;.. 'j. :I i :. t,.vT ,Lf'I '- MATE : .h
ngeuiously-ronstructed w .
:
G Fkher. W Holland W C Sexton Frank fivers'Robinson's I
in a measure a necessity to human ; .1 : I ,J bYL'r'-CAu.. I I /HarrK.Tit viIle H W inline: ;; 1*: :
being ( The numbers of the'entire "issuc'of the CirtiM J : Casi The. Best ti Shoefor the Price, i
and conducive of health and as others have dune,and be conviaced that Cheaper Milwaukee Johnae.. MisaiM inon..L Johnson .,' I. I L. '
Jiapiijnt bonds of the comllan.r- t'ro encased in lUrpiios can be-obiaincd,and with gi eater satis ctiun. Master Edwin. Barton Island; R T Huested. Baltimore market.: .' !-; ? : '.
'We are disposed: to look kindly ; W Griffith. Patatka;E S CriU Georgetown. Faa: 1 ; l .
longevity, metal tubes containing -flips" of paper. Polite and itttcnti ulcsaen to wait upon every one, G L xCormecticut:J F Thompson. Atlanta; L T 1-9 tf .
in-
upon all who ontribute thrret'i. upon each of which" one number"was great and imaBf ati.THi'CatAi S ICTUEBIC BAZAAR. Carr Orange Bhrff;'C Lrach-, Savannah.J C Lowe. -- .---. -- sound They sund of
Trail any ,
_ _ "-14 tf Ridge; D C Donnan Lynn Mass; S Silvano
------ -- distinctly printed; each 'number corresponding I 'I and family,Siyi ,Franc .co.lONCRIEF TF YOU WANT Call and see i : J

Married. -SOMETHING.XE\Vr HOUSE ETAJM & H4I aorL .a-_ '
with and representing series ? tea,? -VAR /1TI54OFi '
: i
the That beautiful. .new and rare collection of India Mrs Demotte.W "Ha"tfield: New York?L Rafter ',:. t.
We are gnttifii-d to announce 1 uf one hundred bond*. These nrctal chine and Japanese guxis jnst opened'at'J.H. Dur.&oIi' and wife.Wisconsin;\Dnerau..Iady....: H I. THE.LATEST STYLE' ;
Mr. John B. Koch to Miss tf EMtman M D, Putsfidd. Mass: R'U ,_.'New 1 I. i. tx, lL/I: THE -
of tubes mixed revolutions store, Cay street.
marriage w ere thoroughly by 11-19 .
I II Jersey J S Hiiles Philadelphia T A Holes,DclaTHIRST ,- .. ,.
I E1U J. Slatteryt of this city. The cercmoiy -j of the wheel. and,a cicmttr ul.the WaR.. Of* '- -. -- 1 -* : I
AT ? -THE WEST END,? ." "J t,.oJ-
was iH-rforraed by Uov. FutherDufau I fomnjittee drew therefrom one of the H.- -Fchrcnb Proprktnr.' wltf be'louixf the choicest '
: NATIONA1. .BANK '
I -
Ia t e\ening. We t>ccrely coniputulate j tubes containing the number which tiquors. in &he dt>., Imported Bass Ale,Choke M3- ,BOOT 'O. GAtTER ,J.

our young friend upon histalio' was taken out i>yi Mr: Moody and announced ,.alllu.clJouIcd.t..aer, tees,Ale. Bcl ist Ginger Ale. -*. OF FLORIDA., IS .. c .. I At: \U.
I caor.aU' '. ,
andwi kinds. Scuppcrnong Vine,a prime t r .
a position on higher plane of him and each of the other : ; ; : .
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by iUr nvalid fur JACKSONVILLE. 'J'Goto. -- *"
artkle .a specialty Liquors -
country : .. .
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ni'llt noo. and wish him and his IUlLn1aDd members of thc'ctwmittee. to the audience trade and family use constantly on hand la-jtf .111 rlj, .Ji'..**Sank. I'M fpmtion fn t4S.i' .' '. 1' ',' .'' ., .- .,. I' [ r"

happy year. I and the" DO tubers, as'fo: drawn ', -' !I HU.SSEY"" : .&: 'HOV.E'LL'SI : .1 7If

and announced were recorded and FREE LUNCH. Exchange en Savannah and New York sold,.and Exchange I 'i I .tf .. : [ .W=.
Orange County.Wefl Ebnck Is the name but mat blank is the place. Fresh an all Northern points bosht,- : IlI [ ,
called to the audience by the Secretaries. '" ;: :
Philadelphia and Milwaukee Lager Deer on Draught. AT CURRE.TRJ.TES.DRECTORS4NDSTOCAWOLflExg.: : 'lf'.THEY SELL_THE BEST :
attention to the new. advertisement : ttl.a
After. the alloltment. was completed, the. Free: lunch from i j.u11.o'clock. The* best of liquors ,-' -' :" II'I :1"9 fl, ;

wn our fourth i page headtd"Settlers. committee andy secretaries 1 carefully only, kept at"Henry's RCtrC*." BJy street,west uf : .

HoT Orange comity pus1it'S compared the recorded lists and numbers Jaura- > .. ._ !_ 'i "-5 tf'o F"&W, ,CIA flme.JOH *K. Esq.. .. TH RE.I ONLY ,ONE PLACE )' .

M> a tiealtiiful! clima'e, a rich and ,FJlEE. Ron F. E..SftlOlD.V.. A McLiAKjbq .
their .
and certified as to accuracy. ,. .,
PHILO C. < '
RKMIKCTOX Esq., A. FAIKCHILD- '
A view of those c4uhurate earrings,beautiful porte LM f.
Tarieil c >il, and is accessible l>y two SAM'L RtMiKCiOK,Fi., DAMOU( Lta. '
The President of the railway : >iiEEin.EAr. ,. Ia the where obtain elegant
company, tains. Florentine mosaics and rare Licquer ware, just W,C.&M ES, i sq., W. M. LOSTWICK Esq7 city yon can an_ i -: V sit .

navigable rivro mskiiig an unusually acting for the Board of Directors, then : opened at}. H. Eurwa's' stoc. Bay street IN91f September ,6.874. ..-.y I .. I jj;

Invlsing opening far men. who mean announced to the audience that the com .COUNTRY FIRMS PROMPTLY SUPPLIED HAND.SEWED'BO. Manufacturcd b ".'. ,

buiilJe ._- -- puny would tender the <-osto.1yor the With the best Groceries- in the Market by.Wnu Rich. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. I I .I .t,'"'II":i i ; B. S (.i

the b. 10-11 tf.MH ; .Fes' ; '" > "tiff
Smi-Ji't: Weekly Bulletin. wheel containing remaining numbers __ H tI IEIGUTDOLLARSFZFrY- ;.' :. I
allottment and PRIVATE BOARD. .- ," .' ; ; .' I I '
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held lor future redemption. '
HOUSE .
Our enterprising ncighlwr, George M. A few persons can be accommodated with good board Vl/AVERLY CENTS, t';
Into the hands of the committee I'&SI d' I.jI ._11 : t.!, J' ,: .. III.
Smith not content with keeping a handsome !: 1 ia a quiet family by applying to the subkctiber at the S. JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA. : : $(

selected at this meeting. This corner Cedar and Beaver t reets. That b at the Boot aad Shoe Store of ., t6""T '.
uiutic store has iavadod the ranks Te"FLOEIDA HoM& i having been remodeledand ., T 'E I ;
/ G !
responsible trust was accepted by the ''u.2, t" Wi,.Srrrsot.I refurnished,will hereafter be known as the VVavcrly "- :1, ; !
ol! our particular gnild, and has commenced House.I I '. .v j "
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committee through its ch 'rma .Mayor ,
the publication of the H'cet/y BUY BOOTS WITH 11.KMS-.t per day. : J' 'IIUSSEr'&HOWELL. : .

Jones, and the wheel was ikkcn, possession X. K.PBKCITAL'S stamp upon them. They are IUpe..wto".Dott.en. J. J.O)1t'Okt... D. -'I- 'fA' ,:; 1 ",t{ RESH '.'- -.
Bulletin Mdevnted to muii"philosophy S Of the Hadden House Atlanta City N.J., F' :
of and sealed by the.wnnmitte. ?, .I 1-9 3m Proprietor. BAY ST.,NEAR GRAND'NATIONAL HOTEL. : t. I :
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fill and l advertising. Well an editor tfE"OR ; '
FINE CHAMPAGNES.Ju i-o f1"W
who \vill4je provided within icon.safe I
most needs l be a philos Itf'r. and pcrhap rrccciTci3o casts'lmported Champagnes of)he NEW LOAN ". : ,1"---.. :
for iu ptol ur.car Jjy.he :
) Ge J..1[. has as much as any one companytThe braudsCJt.rwa'm'I. MocrSc Chandon.Pptnmcrr(fee), A '-T .- :
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onto 01 the music and the fun we will not plan for nuking allottments by Roderer, Dclmonico's Piper & Hcidsieck. Ernest : I puN l i .I'iiIq: I. S ; ,

the Great Southern RailwayfCompanjj IIlrojf& Ce.f.W. It Co*, in quarts pints and half VON A. NEW. .; '_ : :
say anything, leaving him tll frn-ak for I FRENCH
,
for sale the Sotile .
pints, by ea e or ,at : -
and the eminently honorable and fair .f : :
himself wuich be is abundantly abIe to la-n tf BBTTKUHI' Rmviwr A .

{k So look out for the Bulletin conduct of this .first allotmcut! for re, I ; p1- i !i! .t( .a/..* tl* '" < >BOOTS'>V.nJ7 ? OJf') 1 I ;* "i .

OH. MY! '., .. :
., demption of its bond, mtt the warmest ; I '". .
Just received Bcttclinj's R5 uraDt, cases of excellent FIRST MORTGAGE LANDGRANTPREMIDM S .I .L, ;,,.:: S. r1.1.. HNF. ;

The Show. expressions of approval the audience, imported French brandy,part of the vintage I. ... "" "' r. .4 :.'r' : _, AND rtf ':,'Is .< >; "I'. 0 I INUS : ; .

and from thc careful f investigations of 797 and 1850.. This.is.highly jccomniendcd lor invalids. BODSS.- II "II," J "".. '1"'I ,_; "".in .. ..I I thc T *"jr'"l of* .
CW arrived Thurs- at store $<
Jobs Eabinson on the committee and our-own painstaking ". .? 11-13 tf .' :,- ; .- 'fI'. .;: I ... <,".," : ; ': :: : : .> ') '., .

flioraing. CJliug the town with the j. ,,.; '1' ,. .. ... .". ', SHO"E.s'h..im r.. f
observations GOOD NEWS ,otterredlbrsalhylhc' .. .
we unequivocally pronounce ,
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.oj. ; i .1: it
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,
-4ta .fcrtEjpeU Aod *n army ot wagon, the. provibions of the. l mpn1fur Mineral Waters, Imported Vichy and German elticr ,- ',, "' : !:irJ'I"-J.., ,.; -" 1H ". Laura. i id ._-:
I
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l.'i; 4
Jinimdtl..1 oien euHctliii* at his heels for sale by glass<*bottle;Bettdini's.Reuaai .t, GREAT SOOTHER RAILWAY I4> "I. .o Wtm .
this branch of L : : ; Ji ,
.
transacting important :
-- -- :
street near Post-office. is-ff vI --- '--' -1-- --HUSSET & IIOWELLS,
tLe swJfAlbla of and nay ,
n" JLoy cu- ,
y
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{Consolidated] I. : .
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its business to be in" perfect good faith i-tf .
riP1? .i i ig.t4 eee.. If hi* advent will ENTERPRISING ..i I. .>.-.*i)11 v .1 C. .' I
confidence and
ooly di xj! i a wutle> of Tog which iha entitling it to the entire Friends_Gato & Co,have seemingly spa td no Every bond when redeemed win receive a premium .oI," 'Iif .. ) pr' :; TW N,

coihruMdtxl esteem of the pnl>K "
tlw the
J.i.tj dtf pcwt week. --- ever mtt op ia this city lib admired by everyone and, (a mounts of en.n\ \ ) 1..J V"J j'i T(1.'O'i ';.
we shall .. : :: :
hwdly regrytjtLc large number .NrxO
'the
Manncy.. the soda from it is pronounced by jiB .ladies to.be .
Rev. "
Rt. Bishop 1..Ji"
.b. :
of fre obifkf which jie .Lu btractedt for the the best. _- IOYSTER $1.00 to $25100 or '$so.q. rT 1" i A" : i r.rI! : : "11Jr.:
consecrated Bishop .
( lb piin*' of a {K lo radj too This lately Texas; alter .LAFAVORITA SAIJOOK. ., ..i *i. j f j.. JL. t-._< ,-i .. .t G 4L: ; J ". .

(1OOr ta make both ends jueet. The Diocese <*ff, .Brownsville,. At Gato's corner, where the old Ice Cream stand,was. Oa each hood. '
bhort ddt td his'nativecitv evening. Coffee Cake and ,' .'-1 / t y"k iJ.. 4)I: ,' 5-' 0 ; >U4'; :
Monday Oysters
iko 1 having laid a Open ; ,
'
u line of ,
A allotments
one. how vei .pd. w< Bonds redeemable by allotment. Six I

LaTe nothing to sty in dispa.rjtew.en.toff 1 I St. Atagusline, intend' to preachnext CftITtbaa-oJcr. rn-4tf] L'J.SIDJI hoods."'.Six diltiib4t one of premiums ia 1875.1Financial I r/"", If. ,r /viry, ir. ""1rI'r'J"t
Sunday Jan. 10, (lo-roorrowj-At I BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS .t ;' "
Apply to : .r '
.
-. .. : Uigh Mass Hi lOj o'clock.. His,many Will hiM a complete assortment lumber, dressed i LIII EMIL HAAS I CO..' 'i*: r"T4irli -.-' .vrur-ya'1-"" !i ; : -' .

Railroad CcW oa. I friend* and acquaintance will be gratified and undressed mouldings shingles etc.,at the Depot I: Agents II1 .f.'. .' f.r.L fr-.J IL, ,I 0.. II .
Lumber Yard. Orders to delivered: at landings'oi '
l'1l WYcwYOt7' i :
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On 'Wf'dnt-todliY at having an nppbrtnniiy to- bear a .. .'i"B .f.'N. t From twenty ,
mornIng the trains on the River receive enpedal, attrntion. I y. I'I 'j.t Yo Ir'' :: HOWELLZ.LL
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JackWllflU" 1'eaiaeola, & Mobile IJailw true and warm-hearted. f.. rdLtnCatb9-.: Address I Locu J. &. W. C. ALEEEA.nz JacksoBTille.,Florida. 1-9 ItI . Ij 't5'L 40I : .' 4. -

Jfere delayid nearly three houriuMd lie Bishop. . VICHY AKD KISSENGEN. :' t ,' ', I I ] I" "S: '\ '- ; '?Keep dte Largest AJsortment oC/! '..0.I -4a ; ;

by twa different accidents but Many om rising i. the morning complain of a headache Carpetbags and Ladies Compamoas at BUCK J r, I '. I! .., : : .

1StCIJUi:? on the. 5,4 < "irfceUng II1IP i L.A., gl3 s ofVJchy.or Kissengen lr 1-
fcttber 111.lnl:! '
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rekiug ia erf '. .' ; ri
anything more lutsntahi,TLiFavorita : II :; J BoOTS .
If one' crri diiposcdio doubt the from-rTuffu" Mammoth cores FINE AND'SHOES. I : :

Qa than tL. di-lay and the loss of pro- any aUsuch,unpleasant fcensaiions., 6-ij-tf I. .J'I II -." '. ..: : I
of this J(the State'; we ..... .: .' d'1
I petty to the from growth! portwn I' I ".J I j 'I." -./ 1"" .';'i' .". ..n9, I !
company in..pora1.Jts YOU LAUGH. : ,,' '..' .,. bbed on :
IT WILL MAKE I
the ; "'v.I" StII'I
.would cite flowing list:of steamers : J1. : I \ <* '
.
Aeh .
&OI4dDt5. Tb. eulli 4un '.4.{. I ...I I ; ., I OKI ? '4 1':"''' I 1. II- '
was cans-- er.gngedun the St Johns Jmt nee!.at Baun. -.,to r Mr* fine I' .1. ..<, .- ,T>-... *i ,.- vt ? 0. black .t
ell by tie train row regularly Hungarian ,.. line
Jog which Va diieat this Imported obi Topax Sherries;.j: Imported '0. > ;olJ II :.'..
and all their > .. .
tributaries making .t" '
-rr : '
.dtl a1 .IO. ni. being behind time and river GUy; S case Swiss Vermouth; 3 ca B>Swiss I' .. .I "SI 1.c"f.* .J. 'Ii .. ,. .1, ,_. V -, -T .. : .

m till stated trips daily 6emi-\\'edJl .and Ab.inthe; ,io cascs'Sautcrne: Constantly*in hind the '. I :" ,v, -* i'j ? -**.. Kjilt : i' : ., : ;
:. a ptdal train which left the THE
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delicious: Sajppcrnorg Wine,rioted At Chattahoochrety { .1 ; .f..t .
to the route they 'I : 'I 'F ; i. 'l
according
weekly ;
CUT At 1. D1.JlOout two &ile! west oi f maj If TfENTInNq.,... .- '- r ,. : :
CoL Martin. 1113 L. 0 I >/1" : .i.'t. ,ILLL.- A 1 : ; .
I ;
e have chosen dire exce tion4 _. .., o. I.L'.p I. tl.-s "''' '. .,' ,., ... .
andy-witb | I .t1 I : 'r."rA}.of. (Jt'rt .
d1. Both trains were good deal j i GREAT EXaTEMEST I ZI'. -, .1iii 1 _"s.. ... ., ",;. : .:, ,4'I ,
1IL'I"t
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I making Jacksonville! a starling pvint: : .,
ana l and the track the but Rich'saphund.i4 i :1'GENT1EMEN .
obstructed. most I I A jpolitKalCfpvas, greater over ; I II : ,

'dJMIs4q, 1 City Point. 'Dictator Lizzie Baker; assortment. .of grocrrie to-iitf I J.a <.. s, ojrjoej BH'irwtfu, i, ---V. .-. ,> <; METROPOLITAN. :HALLI ST t.; .
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Florence Starlight, Ilattie. Lolfie'Boy, l t r ,, .: -. .
NO RING WW PRICES HONESTY ., lr.oll.w b.a -. ,
Catholic a .: ; .-' ._ /L
Marriage.Oa Silver Springs, Mary Draper Oceola ., ... ,
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Is thc soouo W Rich's cniyorhim. lo>>!tf I : ". tIIt,4 J I ": C. B. |
the 7th Okeehnmkee Ilattie Barker Yolusia I II-... f'J.-Jll: .!.. I. :1 ,;_._ POsiTIVELY-FOR; ; fIVE NIGHTS ONLY.. I .:.. a
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Antoluette Marzj k'wre soleoanly Pioneer It. L. Mabey, \ ,' a-' .'-.j. w r4,4.,. ;* I : ; --; .. ? '
IHdt,4 i Besides this li Dgst't sqaaader your aoDeJ'. These are bard times 'IN .. .*.% "' ,- .' TUESDAY 'NIGHT JANUARY 12. Notice b; '
the buly bond or matrimony Forester. tjti ere ,aro the wdl-k_ '
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if Grant a term I 'C'J I ., .xc wi M'f t> -Tj.I In* '
*****>: to the rites prescribed !,*the numerous cujaller steam crafts. uVed" when Jhe hard tine"wBl cad. Ceo.u. Smith the I 4 ,.;"i'y 'T>., -:'-AX-; .' ., >'-v T .) S ; S;I the M I'O. ,tI I
CatLo1.ic: l j. t,r. 48v u toil ,>5 J* ', .* I OJJ Oi.
Cburth. Their marriage"bad merely as pleasure yachts.I' ( 11 Music Dealer,on:Bay street,has nude pro for .' < .
Lets ptiblirfiwl three Unirt doring ." .or., J' ; then bard times and 4 a sell you* piano Forte orut TO. .J. ,.. .
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.1' giaSabcutVtheusua3.. price, .. ;. :'.-, : : GIFT MAGICAI< 'SOIREES *-
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vbanh in order, prevent unlawful Recently in session at Live"Oak, madethe BUY YOURSELF A HOME log If'. .-r ..t, If ." :11' 1 fk-':'%.TJ... ', ..I-. .' *' .. rfl .. J5IGx stocV,adapted : ; .

Bak** for ; : .lr \ t' "o'pf"t .,. : '
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Jwjtediinents XViLLA4me..}uIua'. river U *red break ., i'it "' ... 1 W': SLLVANOr. !. T ... A
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1tIaht uiito tbem. Bonville district;, One of the most desirable places in the vicinity of Jack I, F... )kt .1 A' ." 'Ct41 8'i, '.tolI'it. je.-i1/"J --". _.'. > '- ; /
&* 9 Fi % 1-" 'sonvDe; ; >taIatnpiS tciit-about acreeady bt X ,4 ; ; 1'"tto.AH..U Aided by ---i, '.f Bt.iG j
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&. m. the marriago ceremony iscOi Presiding EJd.rl : f" pa.3..I..J".d ",'. IFI I I'J.PROFES5qR ; .
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V 5 performed by Father Jlugon,.then Jacksonville,1st charge- B.-TitzpaU of TnzNsvSoirrs. ; ._ .x-- ---. :: ..-,,' .. >." ., MAURICE. ,, f"ol ," ." :" ; .a '

the nuptial mass' was celebrated. ,, and rick. I i":;' Jir icr ,'_ A. t.1 I 1\ : .$c WoaderM- :.
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lolemn marriage blessing imparted kies. I o I }> /.MARRIED. __ : :. __ ,_ --.1. ._ :.:'-"ROYAI.: JIARRIONETTES'.:'*__ I

JJB Qe lMlFPrtt pl :f after JJ.M father Palatka and Green Cove."T. W. Itoara-Sunan-Oa Thursday evening by -,- _.'rt 'I I _. ._:: : :--.t'4-', "f S .FOR.. : ,:
Miss Ella
go addressed Rev. Falha Dutau. Mr. John B. Roche Io : -- .*
them a few moving Moore. J."SUttery.both of this dty. Boots aa4 Shoes,neat and durabk:at JIUcLY'&I'I ioo BEAUTIFUL PRESENTS,* I
ZfcS0.0? the nolineM 01 the state in MellonrUle) -R. JL Barnett. ,. 1 'a. ocleh 1 : .' < tt
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Lad 4uln4 they bad entered, for. which they MidjJleVBrV-To besppplied. ; 1 .4 _-_._. .-_: 1 .;l RSALE' .' .-,.," -- S&o.moa&4. ,. ",.1'1'. AT .
thriJtiatall Prepared them- Kawau-jWm. Da vies.Fernandma fl' ,'> '.(", i4COLD .
t1ve .,' I j WATcHES NrrURX"HARDWARE :
lA.lOn TU1GENc'I "l'.f't' AND SiLVER :
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the ttu11 ijrChrlrtaln, lore Which was \ B. Duncan. t'.Vt: '. :. > -,:-' !'' c mtJ"T, Also fcr Let or Lease ': ;. ." .r. ,.GROCERIES.: ,::-"c.*"?*' MOST .',.

res4l unIting them Gainesville J. : and which-would Micunnpy and Ley. JACKSONVILLE; JT.OIDA.! "' I. ; A'VALUABIX crrr LOT, > Clftl a.- c J amoof .
'rontinufl io ttnite.mm. not only Key:West Isf charge-C. A. Fuller. :: ths.c.r.-' .- .
.uriAIJL u j. "90.'C TOnjthUII : ; : l.- Mr.'GlW: : '"
._roo_ earth, but Jo. ia their true Key WeLt,2d chargo W. Johnson. DLitor'Yog4 1 ,< aIII0 .. ; : 't and Manager ,-

.Hewwiy. > iVl in] 11 ; Cuban Miseioo J. E..A. Vanduzen. J "*. ; tf '. ''"" >". .". -. .-c..c..co. .-. .WJtIIdIcft" llochI :pt*;-AdaussK. .50 Ccnts3b&frt, ." ody to attend I ..
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"W'lell"ft could cot Indian A. A. BarneLt.Oc&1sG. small bifls.'. "' Z'i 4it labushment. :
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;fur th .u'ttr.dry Point.FiugeraU.Charreston.Jan. -' tIB)4j A it fifoKL .bfL..L T.tU" >** vR.JuIL-< 1'iIsI .5epc.z'.l .

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ir > :" : Erenlng. : 1 iA FURNITURE tt&5, -- p I AuFthd1'Ex1IIBIiIot .' 'B
11" fURNITURE ... ,; : *
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4 ThtgloryofrlwdMylsIn' tile Vct, I r A. : 'A.GCHAm ,::1' .C1 -
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about the pathway of the Sun ( WAREROOMS 1 1i :: 11. ; >o I k
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!{ The heavens.'turn,until his, I IIAY' YSTRErr.iiear the Cable Croaslntv

pt IIcath! the sea aDd day Is dote.q L-.5t. ALEX. DmLYOK :: > : -',. JACKSONVILrE.FLAYACHT3. /.

lilt jjellow: c .'fOIl field,of doui4ad ,sweeps I i I II j' 'Rq "cuKry?, is( :TIt ; : ) : recently been fitted up with some of the prettiest -.. .

A*_somi topland well,and now OB high DAVIS: & DREWijs 'I,) : / *ever brought into this diy. It ccts nothing ANpTwHlTEHALL
: 'and examine them and out readers will do well : ,
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Tne'silver slcUe newly burnished,reap*' At the head of navigation. J and for Beside this, C" .
.1:: ,<. 1')1' permanent in see themselves. any : BOATS,. : ,
: : Anjamnle warth adown the glowing sky, ". America. Lands to in search of that greatest of.earthly luxuries "a Built to S S I '
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,, How softly.faU the mantle.of the .&, -' : <- \ ,.: gee there once;be'gene-ally make the place ;S.TEJA1M :1'A
Through whdse blue the of'Heaven headquarter ever after,and for the best ,: .,H\'TS' 'I,
warp gem PARLOR SUITS. CHAMBER SUITS 1:1
(.O 000. possible reasons he find himself suited; and that
gleam > With :_ ; .
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Wlthtcudvpontheileeplngftowensolight.' \ ,_ ". :'f' ", : : 'c any ,,601 ij'c.t too'I., S 5 1. .L'L my. .
They scarcely stir a leaflet In their'dream.From : .L"J, : : : ) : ; : R. p. 'JOHNSON; n WE PATHIST WOU BRAILIcoirrooiiMiMrMscurroia
p ( !\' FR-EE" ; ; : ; ; t :; : ; ,NEW' 28-FOOT VACl' S S
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the'cool shadows of the BARS & ,
east com MOSQUITO FIXTURES ,
mk up 1 '. !L : ? ."Y'Cfttoftcl IDS office MitcheU's ner.!building for S'" ., .i, ; -Jt" f SS .
Rare odors(hat o'erconaethe weary stress t .* :* to s..1 1 ? S : :;
toil t : side of Bar ftrect,between Newnan and Market Uol Bo T.S .
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magic Cup i opposite the.Post Office. ,; ',:: i-utf' Beautiful, In variety of color,ak BUCKY'S. S JA O .
i uI The willing soul drink JO d'uI_. It j U settling Cuter than'any other new country taihe United : % ,.:siS; . YIE..LRDA.? .
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story an engineer on Parlor '. .' Chambe '
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: : the Union'Pacifiic Railroad! who ran Suits. "* cOmer of Suits. &'hti. 'ierer : ; ,. ", .. "; ;,; : ;
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Parlor Chamber Bnt all States a 'aite'repreMatcxl Churcne*. ( : ,'.; ; ".. ,: t't : ; J .' .
a race with death at the rate of forty Suits. BAY AND LAURA STREETS, Suits. Hon H.'S.Sanford Gen. Babcock and hundreds of such . < :I. HOLLAND:
: miles hbur and Parlor Chamb you the beautiful country back a few miles from the St. Johns '; t "" Ort: ::' >'t -': !F.:;, !'f I rl; J I J S ,, ,
an ; won by five Suits. JACXSONTIU.K..z. Ft.- Suits pay all expenses incurred by following this advice. The '. ;' 'I': "I : .,

secops. He was driving the passenger ", ; iii about our county, but don't let them know you want J.:i 'E" : ,'W" E" : 'L"E": .R' .' ; .U' 'li- WATCHMAKER, AND. I ,
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importunities CollIe here firs(and.you wiU not settle in any Ii. .,. .
V ;;i train west, and was taken sud. 1 courage people from looking at this truly beautiful country, : S ,. .. :' ,'' .. : ;".',' .' r'ulI S '. JEWELER"v \
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denly and seriously'ill. He seemed ',." ..1 mission: a boarding-house keeper,and wantS pI01 for a few : I : : S 't' ? .
that he can't live on, and wantS to swindle sombody; a '- : j' S :i-i"I: '[S'I ,11'' S I p. Corner Pine sad ; ( ,
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lobe airar&'thaUdeaih ;was neilryct EXAM11 j:4i: STOCK. like much the largest class lies because h -can'tl,anything r r" ;" .. ;.. ;::; ,; ,.;JI.t: ; "' "' B'SiI' ;?
lt the train .' t. : I sample but come to me and \will show yon the eost lovely 1 J soinuch buy at hone, *an ; JACKsbNVItLEt S
reach I
must Cheyenne, before in this great enterprise, and these hungry devils lie abaotlme cat u f".OCn,1. I ".cetn.i cn* iirectly.of the ; u: :'ii. '": -- rKnl JRIDA It f ,
T he could be relieved.. That was the wai the first to call attention to Orange county and have ; ; "lat -.t} > i S -...oi' ,

t end -lOfJus. route,. He increased tfi* ., ) '. In. !. ') ,j.j1 J ; :.i:1: (ange nqd more county of you Florida won't taaWany be anywhere other man else. living.All who and come can tell to :1 .; I :i':.J New Jewelry : i '

thief who dares not meef*me,will anything against MANUFACTURERS : ClocksVath
: speed t>f his engine and ran for life. ,* say me i.
101. 101 ". enemies, and I can afford to do aU I do in future.FOKNE, > ( es,
Forty miles an hour saved his distance. 101 101 '' LA J Diamond
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r 101 101 ; saving profit, and at a mail advance above cost: There f not'a jewelry More .,Sooth S 'S lid.Go! and Silver. -
He reached Cheyenfie ahead of tithe, 101..".:. 1iaSL')1) ..101 : .; E.R.RE: /. ,. OF \ I good of O same sold at' a low price a* at Creenjeaf' whtrt' i*now being Non a im ,Ware, etc. ,
:; 4 and when the,engineer, who wasready lor I JAcacsowvzLLI.t jg stock of goods usually kept In a jewelry establishment. ,All are invited to can and compare .

.' to relieve him stepped aboard the 101 hi" f L&.. IOl' In our county' GOOD BOARD can be obtained at FIVE Gnls transit transit tm in acknowledged the State.. t 6e he standard.repaired Observation and rated:" taken dallywith. J,. ; I.: -.
finest bodies$ pfJaAd thk do this call attention only 'rt
101 loi ;;n conmy;aid to;
:( J engine, he. faintly gasped:, "Take 101 . 1111' ". ble community around me,and enhance the'value ofmyowit S .. .- ,..11 J S DIA2IONDS; PEARLS, 'AN
'K 4&i< the engine; I'm ready-to die now." 101 . .. 101 S. withstanding all the false reports ORANGE C'JUNTY is : Best Workmen Employed ,and ; S'S CJOU8 !TONE: ]PRE
1 101 *,%* ioi stop over night at least and get maps and data It will cost .SATISFAC ,VZ G. 5
,, In five seconds' he Was a' corpse.' If 101 101 orbitant charge are damaging our lovely country and I will I
: death had 101 101 strike,blow. Any person who ridicules contradicts these | TION GUARANTEED. .. !! I -
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, 010101010 D&D 0101010101 the clauses described.Poi* i be button-holed and swindled br. 5 .
:Y other engineer, what would have been lOloooooouoooooooooooooolOIlOloo ., honest land deaUrrf will corroborate what ayj lA gentleman t. Iniiuil Llt6: Nlg.sri
DAVIS&DKEW oolOllOlUlooooooooooonoooooouoolOl S a paltry commission of five per cent. I do not want your .
.1 the consequence to. .{he, passengers? S ll-a AllKnds, of Jewelry, Man (acu.red. ,. 1f :- \, Fancy & ;

UL ; TL But they didnot.see.1he. grim spectre 101 101 lOloooo.lOlooooooonooooooooooooolOlI FURKITURB oooolOl : ( WILL: GIVE ,YOU: ,LA : .. 'Cut.and Engraved on Gold and Silrer//.CA '/M.Monograms ,. .t' S S s S no 4*, rrtittic., -manner.; ,-

z i' runnfhg'the 'engine, like phantom: 101 lOIaoo.W&.aziousz..ooo101S 'Endles variety 'of TOYS and HOLIDAY ., ', ; .. -] w
r- train* It was a close shave and 101 lOlToooooooootooooooooorlOl To plant If you''.ID make neat and'tasteful JmprovemeKs. CIF t .t'lf.. ..j& :
4, very 101" 1CI0101010D&D0101010101 .' do not prove our assertion I am at home every day,near 0 S S 31. .. .' Stdar time by Chronome-, ..
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a frightful instance of a man remain 101 101 101 101 Enquire for. '
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post duty just; long ; 101 lot 101 101 hiJOHIf A. SINGER 'MA UFACURNG. /COMPANY'S CELEBRATED ,. !I. : ', ObSCXVatiOflL.I '
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i A moonlight wedding was ,recently S 101 101 101 101 : : SILKTWIST.' ; : ,: .' d, < ACIKT ro*'TIll C .ia.ATED Boaxt AJl1t j '

celebrated on the banks of the Niantic S V 101 101 "! -'f"' I .: c. ., OJ' I '. S :CoUIVoistz1WATc1T7.EARNEY': S ? ';,
101' 101 company now having..In full operation at Newark,New Jcney,m falsest,SILK WORKS fa the .
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t ; river, in Connecticut under peculiar '__101 .10I FLORIDA SA VI : furnish a superior article of Silk TwUt ;

t Llt circumstances. The'bride and groom, ., ., "' I :: pp S '" S S d. r; ',' "d -
1Il'X'ND1"REAL: : : ; ; i T G RE A TL Y R'E'DucEnPRIcES. : \\t -
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dominie of Niantic village late In' the ir 'S.TUEF1NESTAND "- [Incorporate July 6th ]' For the coovenience'ofthe pubHcthIs! celebrated Twist i s' ;i' "-': FLUID' EXTRACT' S .
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1., .1: tificateofpublishment' he' discovered ..'tOo'. S S :-S S ;- S.SS 5 -.. I Ij NOT The design the principal of the Florida t>lace businessin'the Savings Bank is city to of afford to : .: ',' The finest quality! .bal thereby,ole on tpoot in quantities .. B ;U .C.,. U 1!

that it bad been 'made out in the j 5 5 means of sa ely employing it at a good rate interest,to b:lr- FROM' FIFTY YARDS >U.P WARDS. I
neighboring town \Vaterford.and. ParlO{:V', RICh PLAIN, ambn: AT HOM. in home securities well-known value, S The' only known. reaMtfy for .
. SullF..U' : .. S Suit- BANK HOURS.-The regular hours for transaction of above unequaled twist'b manulactured especially'for the use 01 all kinds of sewiax
was valueless in Niantic. There was Parlor' S:: and -Chamber. daily except Sundays and holidays,and on Sa urdays until 7 : different machines through the are this twist la large quantities,and as..-t, aa, q
,. ::11! flutter of consternation' for Suits. ,. S Suits. IJitPOSITS.DupokUs will be entered in the books of the ctttntry .11 y BRIGHT'S DISEASE : S
a a: moment Pailor positor. 'This book.ill evidence of hU-or htr S ,
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; and then the bride pluckily SuIts. SUBSTANTIAL.f, .ti brought to the Bank to have the payment entered. Depositors SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS .

that should'walk'' Pa*>r ." Chamber jf bence or sickness, it will be paid to their order properly : tothe' trade, all those about to purchase will do weO to send rourprlcelist..r ,'. t A*f a f M IIH remedy fcr
suggested they over, Suits, FURNITURE. Suits its will be repaid at any time when called for when there is a ole
: AVateiforda mile distant by the rwise: ,at the earliest practicable'period,in the order in which ; : Ii' ., I, j I I
--1; ; INTEBEST.-Interest at the rate of seven and three-tenths per ( ) S. S .
:. ? 1 railroad track, as it was too late for atram. .... annually.upon all deposits which shall have remained three ; : : GOUT GRAVEL STRICTURES.

1 : In that town ho !uit ble place to Accorirrs the principal UNCALLED of the Depositor.zoit-Anl account'to T which. H nothing, c" THEAGAIN : S I .N'G; ESRt"SI: : : ; ;: :. !DIABETES, :DYSPEPSIA, S

. ; could be found for a wedding ceremony We.are prepared to offer our -stock! atremirkably uncalled fur for seven years,shall cease to bear interesuT. ; '. I :, NERVOUS DEBILJ-
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j 4 the hotels which vetoed low prices. ACCOUNTS PAYABLE TO HEIKS.-If persons die who own 'a S : TY, ,DROPSY,
except was paid to their legal representatives. ,'q f"'r ): ", .t :
;If :c at once,' as the party' ,were Good BANK BOOKS.-Although the 'officers' will'endeavor; by aD ) ". ,,. 'J, ;
ments lo persons producing the bank-books shall be valid ;Vfl ;? : ; t!, NOJT-RETENTION OR INC XTIYENC7 Of.
1 : Templars. Again the bride came to CHILDREN'S ENDOWMENTS,-Parents or guardians of minor ) 5 ,,,', > URINE, IRRITATION LNFLA>MTM>N,
a the rescure ,and declared that an S -:0-: benefit such minors"until they become. .age. .,*interest upon !i i i' OR ULCERATIoft OF THt
open the .
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J. ; 1 air wedding would be decidedly ro ; .1 SPECIAL ENDOWMENT Pu.Jr.-DcpoaltS In the Florida S 4.;{ l i t f;. I:; '
& DREW term often yean will secure the depositor a ca.h payment of'I ':' J : r..l < ,5'S BLADDER AND KIDNEYS
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And, by the edge of, ,the on smaller or larger annual deposits. In case of inability to .' "l ,' ,
;4 quiet stream, 'with the bridal coin can withdraw the amounts already paid In,upon g-ving three } i!:: .. I'
thereon. This plall,unlike ordinary life insurance;secures the ; :
t! :ep pany standing around in.the moon DEALERS IN1' and offers a safe and easy method of providing a handsome ....1:, S ;,il '.'. ih: _', : SPERMAjORRIKEA. .
or the depositor individually. Sfecial deposits, not to be : ", L ..
: light, the couple were made one.- a certificate for dantlt tkt Amount cf inch Jejvtitt payable in J :.: _ 4 f5S }4\ ,fi'Hl -;".; S
All linds of FURNITURE. CARPETS \Invested : Lencorrhoea or White*, DII..r tbff Prostrate S
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LoA.MS.-AlI received shall be :
moneys on deposit S 'I' ';: .
Gland.Stone in tha BUdder.Cblculus.Gravel lnk
: .: MATfRESSES. WHITE PINE WAL-' this State of at least double the value or in other ample C S Of
dust and Mucus PIsc1iaraS
;4 -THE. MAYOR. OF SPRINGFIELD, NUT, and CEDAR LUMBER, etc. REAL ESTATE.-of This corporation will act as trustees tar the I ", f.O';' '.!d,;' Deposit ot Milky
sod and
estates generally. S.n .
management
property .
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4 ( elected S : ..H;. ,
Mass.EmersonVrght, on r 1 :;
JAMES II. PAINE, SAWL SPEARING. .
: : a Tuesday most unexpectedly to himself JACKSONVILLE.. FLA.COFFINS S S .- %president., S i i -.' : -, :. .1 t. '.;, S KEARNEY"SEXTRACT, .. .' .

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friends ,
S to the mayoralty, oft 5 S -r----- I < 5 I 1 .:. ,
:'. Springfield, commenced life as a wood AND UNDERTAKERSM "
' ? S BUGHU
; .sawyer. He had the contract with J S :1 S TRIU MPaAN1T..1: ,
ETA L Ll.C.BURIAL
t the Western Railroad, now Boston & REAL "Es '--; .i: .. -,.' i 'ti Permanently curesall Disea'e oldie ''
CASFi ..
Albany\ to.saw the wood required on 133254'MAJOR'ITY. .: .: ,: '"

t : their ngines. and .as coat.was not AND FOR SALE BY ; ? BLADDER. KIDNEYS. AND DROPSI-'
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COFFINS
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WOOD
I. iI used in those days, the job was no FLORIDA SAVINGS I.DANK/: AND. 'fCAL..SWELUNCS..
STATISTICS.OF SWORN SALES FOR 1873 I ; .. .1 ,
I small one. With a portable horsepower S ., Existing la. n.women and cMdren -

k: 4 and one or two assistants, he .The"Allen property,one of the finest resideness in the : :; 'S '
,I mile from the post-office. (Beautiful river front,boat-house, ; Companies.. Sold in 1873.. Companies. Sold la'18n .
, moved from station; to station; and by barn.&c. House has 19 rooms finished throughout In the I S!NCER'..........;:...'..:-j- 232.444 American,B.'H..._.. i-/,!, ;, /! '_' '14\a. \ NO MATTER WHAT. THE AGEl!

untiring Industry, kept the locomotives Than one-half cost,on easy terms to close an estate. ? &WOsbn'._ ____._+U9.18, B Ho..e ____. "
A tract of 58 acres of land one mile northeast of the city, 1 13.QII
L6 ...'.. .. ....__ 9.183 ProC ;Sled : One bottle of Plaid
J supplied; ; gained the good-will for buildiag t5 or market gardens. Price $7.50 per acre. 4.14 Remington Empire- says Kearn.-y'f
4 I : __. 7 1'be'o Riverside House. Brooklyn, ten minutes walk ( & Ber. ...._.M. florence ,_"... ,.. .-_ 8.g6o Extract Buchu i*" worth. more than all OIlIer. Euchu ,
$ of his employers, and put money in . fronting on the river. House contains 18 rooins in first-class .... _____ ._ 21.760 8,17 Davis..'..._____-.-....'....:' 8,81', : combined S

r his purse. Unluckily, when off his OE ALL SIZES AND' QUALITIES Several. houses! 'and. lots, well. located_ .in the city of : \ :r j ;( ;....-..____._.....-.".,,.... *i 47 Victor _-. ... ...' ., : ::7.6 Price One Dollar per Bottle,or Six Bottles for Fir

guard one day, he fell upon the track LADIES'AND GENTLEMEN'S ROBES : [ Ii : t. 5 ..".__' ___ No,ret ,'Bices..__:.??.___. .458 Dollars.DEPOT..- .

1 before an approaching engine, and EMBALMING DONE WHEN REQUIRED.- '. S Medal_._ ... 16.431 'Secor.,._ _...-._ ... 3,43". '
S H. NORTON _
YORK.
v J. & .'..-_. .._...... .. ____.... 104. DUANE. ST.. NEW
1 4 both his legs were cut dear off .below{ ALSO, Attorney al Law and Notary Public. ; .Cibb ; : ; 5,83t Etna.J. E. Bramexlorf : : 3joti. S !

t : i the knee After-a'short confinement MARBLE, AND MARBLEIZED : -' 5 A Physician in attendance M answer correspondeDr

f he washout 'aeain and about his busi! SLATE. MANTELS. I ,NORTON & : ; :' :OUR NEW FAMILY MACHINE. ." and.give I"advice, pat r "; '<.' --! :' .

., ness, as lively as ever, having supple SLATE HEARTHS&c.; PEAUtBS IN ; bea New and Essential P.lnclptes-Simplicity of Constructions E Operation; Uniformity of Precise S 49.-i *sitD*.STAMP r i.a riucrHurs' ,*u-. &.

mented his pedal extremities with a MANUFACTURED TO. ,ORDER : E s Action. at any Speed: Capacity Range and Variety Fine or Coarse' :. .* ;
: LEAVING ALL RIVALS BEHIND IT, ,. .: .
AND FOR SALE BY ,
cork REALOF "
; pair of I legs. His good commonsense S ., ,'. I
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. CALVIN OAK 5 I0' ;
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and business '
thorough qualities
S ALL '.'
, which had location Forsyth Street,between Laura and Hogans, -- TEST "THE. SINGER BEFORE r'RC'IAStNG"ANrHER' 5; 5 5 5 1 ,: "I. ,J" S
; a at .
permanent
twj6-o Jacksonville.Florida. '
,t t.: the-other extremity of.his:body, have GENERAL INSURANCE AGENTS, f : ) S TERMS!_ EASY-PAYMENTS I LIGHT. ,i' .:,::, : : NERVOUS. '-ANb. DEBILITATED.

: given him at about the age of fifty, a Fine Business Suits at BUCKY'S. panies: >" 1 ,. j' '. :- . ; ;, :;t .: SEXES'NO' .
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FRANKLIN, OF PHILADELPHIA, OF BOTH
: sufficient fortune and the deservediap- 0.JMPORTANT the."WORLDS FAVORITE/keep conswntly on land a Urge supply. r. .. :,' ."" '
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; preciationo.his( fellow-citizens He CONTINENTAL OF NEW YORK, ( CHARGE FOR ADVICE AND CONSUL
TO EVERYBODY.i } 0. N. T.SPOOL COTTON, ; .. '
)IANIJ N ; 'tlp''tntf.eten'cs '. 4 1SINGER'S TAT10N. .
has served two terms a TTA "f VIJ9RJC
i. as representa ; 1 STANDARD MACH ,frm twet.five cent np- ll site and .
I PHJLADEL H'\.J co. ; -
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tive in the Legislature held various i PENN. OF -, ,
I [ .1. I ,ACME.MACHINETWIST,>ooyardspools,:JOuS centS:,soyaTdipooI .3 for,5 cents.
If wUh a genuine article ia the way Cigars ..-f. B. DVBTT Mediea
you graduate Jefferson
$ ::4 offices in jthe city government, and LOANING; MONEY.. REAL /'S SINGER'S: LINEN AND. FLAX THREADS OILS, TfEEDLES,1 &C &C I College Philadelphia;.author of several valuable works, '

,' p will do honor to the position to which Wines.Liquors,tc..go to.sa Y O) r ,.' ", .. 5 can te consulted on all disease of the Sexual arVrin*,
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S which he has mode especial vtudy)
; Ivy lirgans ( an
he has just" been,called. ; J: J. B. TOCNI.I either in mate or female; no matter from what cause originating
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J \Vegve4belw\ a fety ,q(f.f.be rnany choice : ; : The Singer .Manirfacturing Co. or of how long standing. A practice ofja

.- No. .Two-story house on Ashley street,near St. No. ,. years enables* him lo treat diseases with success. Curcaparantced.
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;'Speaktngbfslootingducks James Hotel pleasantly situated in one of the best : 4 Charge reasonable. Those at a distant
\ says seven No. .BROUGHTON ST. SAVANNAH GA. V.- .
and
you''w 5h can forward letter describing sjmptoms ftICo.inC
If to take recreation I la a good pme'b&u neighborhoods in the city; house is new,with six rooms, l.ioo ,
Dr. F in mind of the ,
i' "puts me great / I' stamp to postage ,
plenty of closets and good servant's room: lot 51 KX from i 'rnr';: / d A. pay
Manager
c storm thai occurred when I lived on da,go to J. B.TOCNI'S Saloon Bay street. 105 feet, good fence, good sidewalk, and the street the r OSBfRGH. .
,. I shelled; grapes In bearing: a fine lot of young orange with GJr }V. FRAZIER, Agentioi7tf : /..:;,' Send for the Gnidt to Htl& Price loc.
the island. As all : .
you are aware, our tree; flowers and shade trees growing thriftily; good .. JACKSONVILLE '.i ,
FLORIDA. S
. \ :r island'was' near Casco Bay; an awful I I. .-, .', well flowering,with vine pump*.:on Will back be sold porch cheap.,which is covered with some and "- "" ,, .5 ,: .J ;J.I h1: ,' B,, .J. .DYOTT, 'M. D.,

4 ': storm arose and was so fierce that it Imported Bass Ale on! Call for hat JBTOGNI'S .' J I : ; f' '
: N. B. To capitalists "desiring a big thing" there thai !. 1 ,. ESTABLISHED I i86 ; -) ,, .,'-: _FhysicJan.and Surjceon..104 Jua c t.f.Y. .
:t P,, drove all the ducks In the bay into a ,'it the*if etropoIitanBaiiard Saloon. is a fine opening in Springfield; a few thousand dollars and river /' ., : ;; .' : ,.
For : .
will go great way just now. particulars enquire : : : : *. :
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ri: pon'dt'covering 'about an acre near Norton& Kooker,comer Ocean and Bay streets wiM .' :
rnhaandvlU1csatIitickrL
3- 5-3 best. 1 .
my house. In fact, so many 'ducks ." > i N o.-74" AHAKpOM&Rstqmc oit '"ALL-Six I '.fVf t> K' .> PIILcr\Tj\kirIi: ,; : : : ': :'1 -' ")
; ; Dock;1. large room and 1dtchcndquUq1baywlndaw I pa thenibleparlors
; crowded into that Percale shirts.. nice, at ( A.-DZIALYNSKAUCrfONEER
pond *that I could west,large ,double plane on the siath; fore ) 1. 't .' j '; ; .'. /IV/fORRIS ,
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of I II commanding one of the tinestvicwslnjacksonsiflelwindows S i'o'j. :
not tea drop water. "Sho SUCCEOR 1 .
t I filled with and N. ,. ,. .COL .' .. .
F.vCOLCORD four light* f-4o-inch glass nung ] ; I { .' 'l \ ( -S ", '
: saw Smith "did shutc of' ?" :H with cords and weight and reaching to the :
t ye any on pulleys Ii ,.,. : ,
S..f 11. .
.,' "That's I .* 'SSucceiscrtH1dcandSk1nbus1nesso floor;with blinds'all casings are finished with mould a L r' : ; ,, :,; .".. J
what J was, coming at. 1 : ( log and oiled and varnished.making a beautiful finish i I '-S S : 'S'i r ..;.,'J,: i ; ,
S went'itothehouseandgotmydoubebarrelled ceilings high walls hard-finished'open: stairs, double, on .' H '" i 'S.1' : AND .. ,. ;
:' J5. H. CROWELL glass,front door* 'mortice IrsK l on door in house of ..,, _ S 5 I 5.r :.; : : !
shot cun, and discharged S china closet,storoomp3entyodotb.peasts1 I h.i COMMISSIONi1ERCHANkinds ,.
both S ; I room hip roof with cupola,from which a charming N ; ., ,. ,
barrels right in the midst of Corner Bay and Ocean streets. 1. ; : '1
view U to be had cube city,the river and surrounding ippck -
them, but, to my astonishment, they : .' : country 5 three lots, xao feet: good well of ::: Il. >> 9-An of merchandise received' on iIQtIIIp.
. arose,in the air Highest cash price paid lor Hides, Skins, Furs, young shade trees started; Lila mile from poIIt.ollicc.frontS | : -Wi* i, meal and. sold at auction. or private sale.
,,leaving not a solitary Wa Ice ytfcwiy "'waa* ualiu aln. If : V 's v tl'II i" : : ; S S ." :

duck in the pond! Good gracious! 'No.'pe.,'X tar twOiuWy'&o th ien)>large N? ( ,' '_E ery description of goods enlJUtcd.to" to* _
don't rooms; thoroughly built,and finikhed In first.rateitylc I ('; '. . .
wfllbcdlspc.cdcat
sol" Smith .. I I
ye FURNISH uouI
say
LAS& .
says "didn/ ..
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of gniiaicovcreJ '
FIRSr "" ** with twelve feet ceilings; one acre at a i F IS'. I 'j. 5 5

, S yc.h.ave any shot in your gun, torwhat with fruit tree andflowcrs: pleasantly located; within .. ; : '. ... : :. ." .! ;. .; BEST FIGURE, POSSIBLE, ,. .
; IACKSONVILLBF five minutes walk (;i the railroad: depou vPrica|io/x .' I 4 z ': u
-; In., thunder was the trouble?" '4.Soo down,balance on long time If dclrrdJ.c.. 2 .1 .D.E N' ':': ; ,' ,,,' .

S UWcHIwas coming to that/' said 9 R .SAL E, }I ..o.99. 400 acres In Orange county; one mile from a _''. ; ". ., H' i : to lh owner; and prompt and accurate return.*auoV
Dr.: "it : Melonv. Price, f 5 per acre. !i ; :.. .
F.j
astonished me at first S. BthCX ,
LEATHER
; his SS .BOOTS: ; SHOES : ,. HPAWETTO'. .
but The undersigaed/ intending to remove to plantation S l ; .. > .
as !soon as the ducks rose a few ,will sell his residence oa Adams Street,near the Call oa or write$ to IK,and tam'your wants: ... v J"J.. .I J arc.1'1a.. .
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fame .1 1 I' ; .t.rJ. : -r.. '
hundred yards in the air "and com. I. *and Grand National Hotels. OFFICE'CoR.'OCEAN AND BAY '
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; rnenccd 'separate' a little, the ducks Apply to J. c.Oagvirv.ithu.piIfr. "* ,:>.'i .It. Ii. SANFORD 49-VUlton always welcome.-. Latest papers on file. S : .1rAJD: FINjDINGS .;b. { ,t v;" : 1DEror'L' YARD.CONTRACTbRS .-' .

: began, to' drop and whether you believc /.n4 6,_.116 "J wWtf ,SALE AND FEED STABLES 'J; .:' '. ; "" :-'F'; r ,1.,,, '1 oJ 55 ;, :,: .! I : ". ... .,' :.i j' I.r. .

it or not, 1 picked up twenty. S LIVERY F i ;t >. c<.;. ..-' .11. ,., '... .' "' ; .11 .r ':'rQ.f ':' 'fi' ) ; :'A:, '. : ,ANi J BUILDERS.i .

nine barrels of ducks, and it was'a PLUMBING S'i; ,jj.rd'l.-t l S 5 5 5 5 5 ..j.t.J.: *i\t f fi '1' *' .

poor season lor ducks,, too. You see, AND 'I., S Percival's Stamp". H dots: .rI.H 3? l.:.i--'. loU, U; S WILL,Hin> ,A t
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.'tbeducks wedged solid in : Burt S Mears u "' 'h':!'li''T\ : -9'i : 'S '-* ': FULL ASSORTMENT!

were so COPPER-SMITHING. d 1pbtIr 'd Baltiuioe u'' ',: ,: ; t.7J'iO! OL ; '
the pond that Phi : : TRsSED"WMBE' .
4 wherJ.they rosethey carried .I .. DRESSED MD
.: '" .i. :if edal"cabl l" ':."a"1J s "' : ;'
sewed i8t5
:, the dead ones ;Jnto the air with f aai prepared lo,execute work. of'every description ; t ,'- ...'..nlf: .. .VI .*'' S MOULDINGS AND AWEI ,

them, and when they..separated; 'dowri to the lDCIat..t1JactorT-1IWIDIr,,,aad tespeofiJly, solidt Perciyatsamp.t ,a"'d.l:Congres.z ""-,-.. :ih :j..; 4 ,1" ',8'.S S :i' : ." :\: WNESHIJfCLES. Sirr
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Burt & ,M .
!rs ."" 8i594Phila4elphia. In' S .tP'.tOR'C '.
i juraeJhcjwem/'ipine! barrelsof: dead : : ", "Ill. i.t : CH '
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the jpauonagt of the public. .5 !. ., t '
'oe -- ". ..' .'i'; ,un, I i : : The best and most stylish ti ery'teams In fda, Wry .' -::: S. :I. :w.'h. :gJf:, t'1 IIJ! 1'.r.; 'f'i.tARn: 5
1:11 O1eftI&DOBEINS' GuNS )P.V"at MrS ;; can Iw found at the StaSis 01 the andenlgned.near the VJen Medatcablesewed : ,- ; .. 6i5o THE DEPOT LU :. .ro : .
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...'..j ..-<,--<. Florida Home corner of Cedar and ForiydiHones Streets. : 1 .! &. '
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An absurd, Iowa paper says that M. Mahooy's. ackualtla.ahop. will ,iccetv* prompt term boarded and well cared for oa reasonable r.-:! ,' -rc'' .7. f AND'EXPItS JUMU ,D J-.; ) at aUlaBders *.rda OW hi ad dlUITllr.-Jll ltbe i: I

"thosewhcIovedogs, will go to & S Strong teams"for hauling- purposeia1wsnd. ->- GOOPS'SEN'1yLMAIL Sute, t ,- S receive prompt te.tou LO'm J"BltVS .

Heaven!"/ lo-l tf WM. CLARKE. Jacksonville, Fit.,May 30, al7.W. Hf.AYERY.tf, .-S THE. OLD.STAN"COR': BAY and OCEAN S JACKSONVILLE: FLA., *jtf y .nJe" 7 ..' i


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