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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 23, 1875
Frequency: semiweekly
regular
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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
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System ID: UF00079941:00045
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VOL. II- ,, JACKSONVILLE; FLORIDA,, SATtTRmY MOlRNWQi JANUARY: NO.

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iiiw SOUTH. Dr:'Fo'rry !tys:1'' ComparedJwith these may be traced tor a lack of-proper, : e ,POFE1CNALCARD3., ;Ac.- GROCERIES- AND- PiicmSIOQ:' H ,.. .-:.' ..' .. '*iiTti i' ,. ,

the other regions .of the. United States, sanitary measures.' : : : .' S ; '; .- -'USCELLANEOVS, ,, ;.:,.: STEAMERS. ., ,

; nBIJSHW E.\'F.R v WEDNESDAY. .,U1)SATCRDA" the peninsula of Florida has a climate Though hundreds K>f invalids and D j& r;: 'A, McilANusv ; HN"'CLAD'IC' :' "1., '

wholly' ;, pt"ca ti:11'. ""Tbo lime,. '.orange, valetudinarians 'annually! restart 10 FJor-, -. '-. M-JSf. ,. ., ] ;: .,: ., .' .! BRocK & COXETTER'S / \

TERMS SUBSCRIPTION} and the Cg find there a genial, temperature ida from the north and west-doring the .,fRecenlly of JBallinwjre,) I : .. r' S :,' : s .., t. "J ._

'S..mt'.taafl subscribcn, '3-50JIer annum. ; the coarse of vegetation is"unceasing winter months.,'yet the state his been ,h1OMEQATflcBYSIC1M.:! FORWARDINGc6.MMisSXON. C.LI MATHER.FRANK'LITTLE. 't'
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each
an '
"I *"iTtreve ciuV floo'If tm received; at one extra time copy ; cuhinarvveetabIes' Are< cultivated 'lilanderpd, being io.sdubriol1sey': The ; .- '41'D >, .1 'hj', '-,_: --. ? rI ., -- .,., __.___. ,
.ill be in all ecaMinn, aidd ,wild .ifloxversj fetatemenl 'of'Mr.: ''the Ifs,''Ited' : cksonvitIe. 6ffice' ,: P. ; ,, .. ,:. .
.wi subscribers *a fier.annura. Ten ; : Kenn'edy; superin tn'J M residence : :,d.-.t f J I < ; --: >; ti '- < i, ,CONSOLIDATED RIVER R. LINE.EWARRANGEME1 ,'
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"guL! and flourish in the Men between ,Lasad,Pine .. 1 .
each; Twcaty i..60. FAy cop- j spring up month of tendent 'of 'the -'censusi proves on lire oa roe street streets, in .. ,M ER CII'AN'T '
,t.: .
thc.or. B.fleiecmoe't'burdlzig-hooae. oaotfWMi ,
. .jl4otc. January; nnd stflittle is the temperatureof score'-bf,health she.stand far ahead oi : r.' -, .. '. Clll" MATHER &. CO.,: ','
the kesand rivers diminished dUring *:' IfO .L. CMTRIEi '. ; ,
: southern L. .
ADVERflWGRATSSCFWFl.T.P $ winter'months any other state\aqd. ia Tpry ;&!. ThURZIRNEV I .1 ., i. :: 'i
per i Inch. -
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lad's4ibpitqeritt JUiCfUUII *>ccn.Wzv.ctr. .. .., ahuo.-tat any time bathe in their waters. but three'or four states' in" the Union. } J <,' 'iA- ** ; f;> Umfl unher ootk the_comprin'nz tna Urn*
: ''.'3 per Inch cr tea,first insert. : each The climate Is so exceedingly mild and His'statement'of the ''mortality is that it ArToJ: y.s' ,' ,". *c OCvVAjKo rf' *A.c.c* &c. S "Xt w1U iBten leav diate*JacksoBvitte daily at 9 a.m. fcr Palatka sad

,ubeqt 7 cct. uniform, that besides the vegetable productions does 'not ,exceed .1-06 p cent.. Ver : : .. Sole Agents, tor I Honda cor' : '" landings, as LI1ows. "",..
line.rs 4J-S'tREE'T,1tO. '
U 30 '. ,
per
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ititU J..ticn.o of, the, southern states generally mont has.bat-1.00 per cent., and Oregon ; I c oiVASHtNCTONcrry.. ; 0 ; STATIONERS FLORENCE :
-CASH I* AIMTUKCB.ADAMS \ 'Averill's Chemical P -4
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ut tropical} character: California and Minnesota '" "- :: ,. mt. '.From' Wharf ..
,CAKRUTH&CO many are still less. ,. ; .. SUprard. on '
Alldrei1 Iatkonme. Florida., produced. The palmetto or cabbage In reply'to a: friend he..says that the : -- '. ..,; -, ; ."' Y>*bite'sPatemt: Money Drawer; : :. : ,r Tuesdays Wednesdays and FrIdays"

palm thp live oak the deciduous deaths . : ". ., 1. Touching, a. Railroad docL -
cypress number of Florida in the year N. : 'J. --Agent5r; "' ': "

;, The scension.f and 'some varieties of the pineare ending .June Jet.1850. ,was 933, the J. BETTESI.r-.t I t : .'., ". ',ST AJ.M.LIZZIE- BAKER.- '. ... ANn r' A' :' ,j STARLrGt"r, ,... I,. "k'.. ''.

common farther north; but the population 87.400.) This is but one in .PflYSICIA.'t'.4 URGEON ,,: From. RaOnad Wkarf .o Modsys
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.WlttlAM CCUJTK WTANT. ,q and Thursdays.
vita > YPLUSIA. i1
lignum : -
mahogany logwood I
mangrove ninety-Uiree'ln'khatyear"and is )less in : Booksellers: '
(From the Spanish of Luk Ponce de Leon..1 cocoa oat; /itc. are found only in proportion thin in any other state of the ,} uo.vil1c"F1a.In : '..i' .wD. '=. "tJr' flt !' ,.7 HATTIE :, .

Good Sfcepieri will thou leave. ', th(Southern jwirtion of he jgcninsola Union;,except,the above:. 'Q J-.tites. ,1Ntc OAdIs ,;.l'Vhi&1koi.'ZiSsiUag Pscke 'I'.J.1' .' .'jfc. r n i- n iiiii '1 . ,.

I' *..lou.1c l w Lc&tliit was thy care" In""contenipTatuig the "act'nery of east The population in"1860.was. 140,939. the sad Ocean streets. .. ,_ 6-j-6m. : .: \ -. < 11II' bl .i.1"'--.rna,. S1dpywdWart'1t _
Alone to pine and grieve, Florida in the' month 'FROM NEW .YORK. -- .
through the air, of Jtnuafy, the mortality about. 1,700, the'rate per cent. h'!
While purer
\, XBOU: mot up I"fie11 Iomer fair northern man is apt to lorget that it is a 1.28.Some |J. B. d: DREW, : tW36-ig Bay Street,Jacksotr 'i3T Florida.WILI5ON JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA THROUGH BQA T5. f' J

winter landscape. To him all winter is transient itors to Florida, S. For Enterprise and intermediate landings r

Caul the d.awa They of_thi ko. supremely unhappy day blest. changed; even the birds of the air the ignorant of the ordinances of'Providence ATTORNEY ANDCOUNSELLORATLAW. & WHITlJOCK. STARLIGHT, from .Railroad wharf. on' Mondays,. and

Leaned on thy loving breast. pelican and flamingo indicate to him a lor the preservation of health in to Thos. A.WillsoaIAUKS HAVE JUST REMOVED TO THEIR NEW .. .

To took whom.hen on thou earth art.hill away theyflcakevOt I' climate entirely new" tropical regions, and ignorant of the Office in the new Freedman t Bank Endingcorner AND COMMODIOUS STORE : HATTIE. from Shipyard wharf on Tuesday. and. Zti
Such is the mildness of the climate genial effect of the climate upon the Pine and Forsyth Streets;Jacksonville, fla. tf ON't Saturdays. I

What comeliness or grace and the humidity of the :atmosphere fcoil. and comparing the soil of Florida I-IV Returning leav Patatka daily (Sundays exceptcdT I
GRAIN.
beheld thy beauty see FLOUR, AND FEED and EnterprM on Monday,Tvesday .1'bunday. '
Ca diet' .CK johcr.armurtcc eyes and' the exemption: from frost that all with the rich bottom lands of the western BAY STREET, NEAR LAURA, and Friday morntag i "i

f What music will not be the tropical fruits will grow in southern and middle states, denounce the WR.ANNO, Manufacturers of Freights received daily at their na iet- t

HoJDh 10 the eai that barkened once to thee I Florida as far'north as, 27, thus affording lands of Florida as 'barren sands," as ATTORNEYAT.ijUVOffice.in cORN MEAL, lIOUXV. CRACKED WHERE WILL BE FOUND booses Ages Haiti j$ BROCK and rlorence.,. { .,

Who now upon the deep5biII a boundless field to the horticulturist "worthless," &c. It is our duty to C.hi. DAVISAgcntSwIiht..-' i.
Idol.,ad curb its fury! Whitehall Uy fur obtaining wealth and pleasure in remove the prejudice c:1u"cd by these Reed'* Block Bay Street,; CORX RYE MEAL GRAHAM !J-IS .
wiiidn asleep?
W The bit tiurmy lode-star's friendly ray. their cultivation. As has been well remarks, and a lutnr article will explain Jacksovir,Florida. "' FLOUR A LARGER ASSORTMENT ,

V/Kes thine. bid.shall guide the vessel's way! expressed it is an "evergreen land in it; but as far as climate and healthare ,CRACKED WlI EAT,&c. NEW YORK AND : Si

which wild flowers to unfold concerned -.
never cease .Mr. Kennedy's testimony OF. ,
SCROLL
\Vbv change our happy state. A.WRIGHT SAWING & WOOD TURNINGTO : i.
."_.to hdplu M>c.s and fear J their pt-tnls." Orange trees, which are founded\ upon the unerring test ." : :

How pruud of tolil thy rich fnJght! easily damaged by 'Irot-t, will grow with of offii-ial statistics of facts, disprove all ATTORNEY AT LAW ORDER. STATIONERS. SUPPLIES, FERNANDINASTEAMSHIP -'
ahining
How!biiad 111 and y wretched tbuu appear duet leave us here! certainty as far north :L'' 20; above tlut these noticcsVif\ unhealthiness, and the Reed' Dlock.Bay Jacksonville,Fla. Wood Sawed, Split, and Deliveredby ( ..,: .t
S the} may suffer from slight frosts. Theaverage testimony of hundreds of invalids show 1

Notes from Florida in 1863.CV fall ut'rain throughout the the truth of all that has been said. It Will practice drumptly in attended the different to. coons of the Setat.,.IStf Collections Cord or Load. THAN, IS TO. BE FOUND. IN ': LINE. : .. 1

entire peninsula i is thirty-three inches; is my reasonable hope that her bright 1 :
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WILLLMS.THE 'J
T.
II. I but this varies at different portions.-.at Italian sky may always attract thither I K. A. got Block Bay Street opposite our Mill and Wear -t
PATTISOX.
CU1IA TE.-Tht' Mtuati of Flor- Tampa and from there the A.a. UBEK.PATTISON ANY OTHER HOUSE IN FLORIDA .. .
I Jay to Cape affected of every'land: the invalidof ; : .. ',; ;. -
JJi in the MHitheni! part tlf the temperate j, Koman the average annual fall is every nation, and that all the people. & MEEK 5A CKSOXnLLE.' FLA. 7ERNANDINA.FLA.Octobers5j. .
I Iwlwwn two seas the iT. A. WllSO 1S-66 W. A. WHtTtOCK '
,
.great
ziu, inches. The of
forty-three tl) fifty mean the United States may try her balmy

Atlantic eean and the Gulf of Mexico' I temperature of different places is as atmosphere and know and 'feel for once I' A TTORNEYS-A T-LA W. I I MEDI, A T 0 Ii't"' ,'
six djre (tf latitu-le AT PRICES COMPETING'WITH ., ;
and wnbracins: follows: the influence of her invigorating power. : RAILROADS. PRICES .! .

and as D1liny'tlf lonzitude.. appears to I. Highest. Lowes' Mean. Office,ReQua's building. Jacksonville. Fla. CHARGED FOR GOODS OF THE SAME Opt.MARTIN ;::,*. I
I' be the natural cnu-c Ij. the goodne ot I \tat . 90 de:. 45 cleg. 76 dcK.51 mm. ACKSONVILLE, PENSACOLA AND ': ? -

jt. eliniate. for us on the one hand ;tcrattnra ,I Fort ton Mryen King .. .. y 97; do do 33 40 do do 70 75 do do 04-d.du. P OST-OFFICE NOTICE. P.E.. JOHNSON, M. D., J MOBILE RAILROAD CO. I I IGt3VRAL DESCRIPTION IN NORTHERN CITIES. Y.ICKSBURG. ; /: <*--_

.' latitude exempts? it from all the Fort hrooke 93 do 32 do 71 do 92 do "
Augustine do 28 do 69 do do ARKIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS. Sl"PEIiINTr.fDE1'IT'S OVFtClt, Capt.RUDOLF. '
t incuiuenieiiees! of extreme culd. *.o a' 94 71 HOMOIOPATHIC } ., : ,v -
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I'cnsacuU . 104 da 27 do 68 do '74 do ARKIVB. CLOSE. TALLAHASSEE; December 19, 1874. -
. rnariiiiw situation! { course (f the seat biveze that daily Fort Pierce 97 do 30 do 73 do 30 do An extra null fur Live O..k trains on this road will run as follows: These steamers sail from New,fork.Pier a.Norm "

t blow. aeruss the peninsula, i is the t-autu: These it must be remembered are only and leave all at 745A.points: M.west__, will_ 7:00 A. M. street, between, In Mitchell's Newnan new and building.Market north streets ide,of nearly Bay DAY PASSENGER, Daily Sundays excepted. ATTENTION OF River and CEOSI Feroandin Railroad Wharf.. every. ;

t 14 that tbr beat of the sun in fUmuier i is extremes, and do not occur more than Fcroandina and Florida Railroad opposite the Post Office. A. M. A.W. i

tuitijrat; .! by th, fre-Jine5* of the t't'L. oncw in several years ; the usual summer d ly....._...?_ ..._. 9:00 A. M. 3:00 1'. M. iijQtt Leave Jack5 nvilJe_ 7 40,Leave Savjnnah. 8.00 CITY AND COUNTRY 'DEALERS TUESDAj. j
Saint and "
P..latka "
Augustine Ualdwin._ 'J
! air. which in a hot Himnt i i'* murh' or winter wt'atht'rtrJin; from five to daily,(undaY"excepted)._ 4:00 P. M. 8:00 A.M. \V.L. COAN ". Lake City_10.50 8.50 Quincy Chattahoochee......._ 6.50 8.oP. :
mo'n' the air the former in the of Key Moody For freight or passage apply to'
alutarv than of an ex- ten. degrees- case Wcst.arrivenevery 'allahassee_to 30 :
teiidd continent. All America to the heat, and the l latter in the case of cold. _...._....?_._ _. goo: A. M. JUSTICE OF THE PEACE ., Live Oak_it M'I P. .. c I
discs every Thursday_. 3'001',1.Euterpri..e. Madison._..._ Madisoni.. s HERiC GELPCKE. Aeort .
, north of the river Potomac i.- greatlyinii'tiiin.tdwl The ))itlons southern, Florida on Mclonville. Sand ASD Tallahassee.. 6. 'Lireak....... 4.30 AND THE PUBLIC GENERALLY. TO OUR .

I ( hy the severities of the the gulf coa"t are warmer in winter than Fuint,arrives Tuesday and NOTARY, PUBLIC. ** Quincy ____ Lake City- 600 AND SOLICIT TRADE. sWSliamsst-.NewTotk.. !
... STOCK.
Saturday .. __ Coo Arrive Chattahoochee a.loli' __ ;
-- ? 4:30 P.M. A. M. Baldwin 8.10
weaiu T fur two or three months hi the those farther north. This is explained! Fun George, Yellow llluff acj OCce in SOLARYE'S BLOCK ** Savannah U.M Jacksonvile_ 9.15 Or W,). WOODWARD : :

, winter. In f ast Florida tlire i i., indeed by the factthat theold) bleak northers Mayport ;mYcs 'Jucsday ', .. .r -9tf kepresenttiig CHATER. KING : '.
..._____ Passenj St. Marks ,Aceat .i I j
and Friday 4x0P.M. Corner BAY and PIN streets. can yy through to Mondays, .
ft change ot the M-a-ons out it is atDoth which spread along the Atlantic coast into ,
: Itav" Wednesday and Saturday Wednesdays and Fridays,and return Tuesdays,1 bars' ; S6.IO. tf Fenuadina Ftoridsu. -'".
. -rae one; inNovfinbt-rand Decein-1 t crosiing the gull coast become wartnicd .._.__....__...... '9:&;A. M .. ,- Jacksonville. Fla. days and balurdajs.MGHT. ii
twr IHH thir leaves 1 by the radiation of the whole enin1 St. f>icholas-.........._,_ loaao A..II. 10:00 A.M "
m.tnj trees n'g"- |' EXPRESS Daily. Fine Cassimere Shirts.stylish'aud durable,at EucVy'sPRINTING. CHARLESTON AND FLORIDA :
tatiuo goes tm .lnwy! uiid a blight trace 1 !uU, and nil that i is felt of them is their OFFICE HOURS.: A A. KNIGHT, ; .

of winw-r ipwcfirtil.. In the northern mild influence. The post-office wit be open daily(Sunday ezcepted- ,. <. ', .,. ,' Leave Jacksonville-P. } 4.00 x. '.. S STEAM PACKET CO !.
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of Florida above rJtbiiiy 'I Tnt health of the inhabitants of Florida hem 8 A. M to 6:30 p. M. { Baldwin; ._ K.I. .
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parti twenty-nine < ATTORNEY AT LAW; :" ; H:
The office will be sea oa Sandays (from l> to zo Lake Qty._'8.5"r.3.00 :: ti 11 -
degrees of latitude, there occur'Iructft. i, proverbial many can now be seen o'clock p. M. iNo. i/:, -', '<;J.:-, : Arrive Uve Oak... 4.33 : .'. ..11 f. : ?CS !
but nut very Irrqueiit. At t Wt'- i who are ninety years old and upwards. The general and box deliver .HJ be open at all 3 Hoegs Block up stairs. ... A. ; 7.45 "- fat 1m"! 1
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times during the rrjuUr hours except "hen the'tualts 'Savnnaah_ ; r
ly-ei:it dejrrees and below fiii't ia The only diseases there are the usual received arc lung distributed. 9.10 It": : V. CHANGE OF SEHEDULE7

AokunWD and elati. j intermiltanl ansI mutant fevers which J-255w1y .Jacksonville. Fta.- NOTE.:-A Special Train will leave Tallahassee Saturdays ". ,. ,: J.' -- : ,
\e; never 'eteStbe rt THE 'NEW SOUTff The 't
MONEY ORDER OFFICE. at 3-40 p. m..arriving at Live Oak,.}S p. m., steamen
jKJtr round. Snow has n Ter leenInottn I owur to new settlers or those who are ( connecting with Savannah Train. Retumin. leave ., c" ,
in cituated It is the The money order office will be open from 9 A. M.to A.BUESING, Live Oak a.DI.,arriving at Tallahassee at 8. DICTATOR AND ,CT1I'OINT-. .
the rtate, and only on one i iD'Ct near swamps. most and from 3 5Oa.m f '... >. f. .
I I:"p. ti. 3' 4 P. M '. 'f.
jllII.: mitre than thirty years agi>. j jitc j I favorable climate for pulmvnary invalids Money OMen are iMued at this office payable in any Respectfully calls the attention of the citizen* and merchants ROBERT WALKER. JOB AND. BOOK PRINTING n'L'LI DIll. runllcr notice" .ill sa as'''- ..' .' .
pan of the United Mates, and aho orders payab'e in to t e BFAUTIFUL SOAP he manufacture Receiver and Ceo1Supc. -' ; .- *
11':1& iciown. .:.rJ then hut an int-li in on the wefUrn continent ; instancesI j '
tit-rat ritail. wiueruMtd and Germany. It is the ban Washing. Barber and Toilet Soap ever T.C.SPOONER. Master Transportation. s-* THE. STE'I.DIcTArP ;
d1id.u'Ii tL'ji<* waat St. .\ug-n"tiUl', I have occurred where they were afraid The following arc Uic rates commi.W'n: made. This Soap. is put up ia boxes'contain; So Ibs ESTABLISHMENT. .

and at lae same time ut New Smyrna, 'I1 leave here. On examining the dead boscell-ic MoNt_bDs. and .90 bars. BUCKY takes the lead ia the latest styles of Silk and ..' -. '''. CAPTACT-LEO.VOGELT, : ;.',& It

liixt\i aii'! Uel'w, the most delicate I j I list I find the chief di casn to Its-old age Orders should be addressed A. LUESING.tn Bo Fur Hat*. n..7tC Will until further Doticc.kave CHARLESTON ever
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|11IiU111o ol the trt'Utfi grew and wereuiiiijurtj .and coiuuuiption, the last: being un On orders nut exceeding $to. s cents. S6tf Jacksonville TJT.Fla.TTICHARD TUEDAYevenin.andSAVA every WEDNESDAY
Over f to and nut exceeding $23.io cent*
sftenooa lor
G. & \\. I. T. CO.'S ', :
RAILROAD. : "J : FERNA1'HJINAflJACac-.
in the least The tender j;''I' ..x..tic anil nut indigenous here. Over$JO and not exceeding '30. 15 cents. A SONVILLE PALATKA to
planic ol the \Vt-st Indies u-ually n.mtiul i innhun An cnthuia writer, speaking! of Over J 30 and not exceeding $+o.20 ccnC5.I' MCLAUGHLIN' ., ; 'I : I ., ,.: 'j..n j.,; ) : ..
Over and not exceeding cents. E'rli
540 fri.
dariug the winter in the gardens I'South Florida Bays as follows : llie ; j FROMFERNANDINA The proprietors'are prepared to ,execute ciders tor ,R :PNI-: ,G,:..
j f l M. Au Uiiiiic. i' FOKEISX MOSEY ORDFKS. REAL ESTATE AGENT : TO CEDAR KEYS. every,description of '
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'I' climate tlf south Florida may he at once f .' I. :, ': '. Will leave PALATKA ,every FRIDAY
Tinli, xs and dark gluimy: weather I set down as the most desirable winter On ordeti not exceeding$10,35 cents. 7a4tvJqi,FLrriJa.AH : and JACKSONVILLE every SATURDAY morning.
Over f 10 and nut exceeding$10,50 cents. f. ." GOING 5ocT14. GCITO WORTH.Leave. PLAIN OR ORNAMENTAL PRINTING: -> to suit the tide. .'f.k.NASDIYA4fay.arriYinL .
*i-i-umiuon in Knglaiid: : and other J climate in the United St4 of Real Estate -S .
cnuntriic presenting Over $ao and not exceeding$30, 75 cents. sorts' bought and sold; Money invested Arriw.Fennandina. SAVANNAH and CHARLESTON CYC1TSUN1
MI niadi ,Mirround IIv tin: *ea, ''to the invalid of tho north a desirable Over #30 and nut exceeding$40 $Z.U1. Taxes paid Titles examined. '- : _., .5:3Oam T-3Spna -.,! ; f-- : .-,01! 'LIt! :; '" .'

-u-ikiionu in thU Over>4'J and nut exceeding f 50',1 1 25. Remits WBion-'Astor: Callahan..... ......?__. '_ 7:35 5:21 D.'fnE'
country. .At the retreat from the rude blast* peculiar to J. b. AlJAMb, Postmaitcr. rv rtsmtssio-x.'io 'Esq., ___"9uoai. : ok.I STEAMER'CITY 'POINT,,* tCAnAfI
cqain ixi'c. jiefially lh- auiuiinial l. tli- that The Miami Key Biscax New York i.Ex-Gov. A.C.. Curtin. Beltcibnte Pa.: Bald 'n Ie .
region. on ac:1.sonvllIeJanuaJ' i 1875.
ar.Surke
i Lewis H. Kedner. Pbiladetphia:' W.-'Stokcs Boyd. ----9:30 333 Such as BUSINESS CARDS :; : J.W.FITZGERALD i
.
raiui- tall bl'4'ily'Q' day between ( ne bay and Key West may I be conMiliicd Philadelphia D.O.Ambler,ltanicer.Jacksonville. Fla. ---11:37 1:18 .1, ; ieyeCHARLESTONeveySATURDATssen.TingSAYANNAH :

eleven o'eluek in the moniing and tour as inot-t di--irable points lor COMPARATIVE PRICE LIST! Henry :I ucker Boston. Mass. 3-aS-iy-pd. Archer G.aincsyi11eISO__?_, ___. 3:10 p m itio 9:49 VISITING CARDS WaD everySUNDAYafternooB for FER-s .

jo the afternoon for some Weeks logelhT4 -i( establishing the necessary facilities for A Broiiiion.-_ ... i JS 9:04am WEDDING" CARDS. NANDtNA, JACKSONVILLEPALATKA ud '
whr-n th j is Cedar Keys. ..,,.. 6:30 6jo i ". Intcnaediase LamGsgsv .
the dosol of that
a wer over ky i the encouragement of visitors & IVERSON, S '' :

uimiiue cloud), but cli-ars. aiid then class number* 'it f whvm annually go onto OF DIFFERENT ORGANS. DOBBINS CONNECTIONS.At '.'' '.BILL" .,HEADS! ',; : : ,R&TUR.N1KGJ i

$ api ears a;ain. The mildnws. ol I Cub.i and other \Vt--t India islands, [Preparedly: CEO. M. SMITH.] FERNANDINA. wth Steamer dry Poiot from :... : ;. _,- LETTERHEADS,. Will leave PA LATKA"every TUESDAY mornhs I".

the ea'it ar probably the tl.-the lieaithinet-s 1-1,1 Ida accommodaj THE CABINET PIPE ORGAN CO., 1 1rracw.e rt" suit the tide, FESNANDINA eamcdayarnviagaZCdARLESTONssI&.SAVANNAH
caa-K- ol'tti there
were AVith ;
proper N. Y., (9 _. .... 4 a. m. steamer Liztie Baker from Savannah, .POST RS; .
*
stops ?- 500. : ererj.THUUSDAY. -
country. The average number of:j No place pos-ie.s.-.es greater ad- J. E.TECO... ALSO. ELECTRO-PLATING AND GILDING, Brunswick and St. Mary's, Mondays at 6 a.m; for ; ." ';. r '. ,

'unay llJr d 1<3 s in the year is 2tf \i vantages: for fishing caling. &c., thanjtho Hrautcboro.'L.. (9 UaptI).--._- 400 I those points on Fridays at 8 a. m; : BRIEFS..' ,I, ,.. ., ".!_, THROUGH TICKETS AND: ElliS -OF;LAD.ING -** }

'tiIJial11 Siark tays: ''It i ia an iudi- ]j -e mentioned. At Miami, on Key SIMMONS Detroit. ft Mich.CUJUGH. ,(to stops) ... 400 I: 9-5 At the sign of the BIG LOCK. At'C.-\LD\\'Nwilh at 4:7 j. m.:fOr J jaaoonville. P & M. R.at R.9:03 from a. m.Jacksonville PAMPHLETS; .. ,.. .' GIVEN TONEW. BALTIMORE.YOKKi&C.PHILADtLPHlA .

put.hle IWL u hich tan IMJ proved bv the i Bi>cayue I my, baa been r-Utioncd for LOKI.VU LAKE, -. GAIN EbVlLLE,with in-weekly stage tint lot : I
BLANKS OF ALLKINDS.
nootJ? retnnn of tin. 9ih regiment in- eighteen or twenty inouthsf a eYmipany Worcester Max. sOSIOPS- 400 N ORTONKOOKER, Tampa: with stage line Sot Newnan>ville. -Tuesdays These S:earners" oonectwith Florida Railroad a l
SMI TH'A U.RIGA" ORGAN CO., and Pensacola&Mobile Railroadat
f Fridays. Fernandina Jacks;
u t Honda, that it did not loe It single ot United States troops, and it has beena ISostrm, MaM.; 110 stopll)-.: .......;. -375 I REAL ESTATE DEAi EItS. corner Ocean and Bay .".' r.' "- ,: Jacksonville; bu Jubu's Railroad M Tocoi for ScTAugnstine.'with'steanieis'at'
maD jbf niturai death in twenty niuntix. matter of mirprUe to tins surgeon that TAYLOR & FAKLE\, Streets Jacksonville Florida.; At CEDAR KEYS with steamers to and from Ne* COLORED.PRINTING. AND.' ..'GILT.W. :.- Valatka (br Mellenvftte.
and as tht Worcester, Mass., fro'stops)...._ 375. loaned on Real Estate' General Orleans every Saturday. With steamers from Key Enterprise and the upperSt.John's,and with steamenor
regiment performed duty in Ilt bad had no tk-kness among the soldiers Money security. West and from these .Thurs .
Tampa. : '
Fridays plac
JsEW ENGLAND ORGAN CO.. Life and 'Fire Insuracce Agents and dealers in:PineLands ; s. t : : ( the Ocklawaha river. *o.aztf
vtraJ fort a; diffix-ent distance, it during all that time. The inhabitant Button. M j*$.. (to"W(6)-- Plantations,&c. Springfield suburb a specialty: days. With Steamer Cool from Tampa.Sundays: for .: ::: :
proves in LEBANON ORGAN CO., :Tampa Mondays., With,Steamer Wawenock,trots : : ;
the uiost iti.-faclory manner ",m! of whom have resided here Correspondence solicited. '3-3&swtf : .'
OKAHUMKEEv ,
.
II Lebanon,N. 11.. (to stops) -- 'J50 ,. Sowannee Fridays. ; or Suwannee,Tuesdays. : FOR
uuttBefliiiiat* it. Lcalthy in the ijifferm lor many Yt'JtrF. are all grateful witnessesof MANNING ORGAN CO., '. D. E MAXWELL. -.. ', --- ; _HARRIS.ICST1S AND GRHTDiV" -.

paru of the province." the lemaikable healthfulness of thatvieinity Rockport Mass., (IO stops)..-.... 340 G. BR.OWN -5-13 Superintendent.. "hi .' -, '-> :' > n

The penincula 01 Florida} i ijl nOt broad anti .althuugh Urn summers, are CEO Call1bn'WiK>PS port&,CO.tlass, ,(to. stops).. -.- 335 JOHN : '.CHEAP. NEAT. AND-' PROMPT.tt SILVER. .SPRING. ,,.. ,''* a
And U it l t1i between the the. air the entire day is CEO. A PRINCE & CO.. iitiI 'I'N *
I two *ejuJ, air warm during AU'CTION'AriD. COMMISSION. B o A T L G.A i.- : t I ; s And other Landngs on.the Ocllawaha Rrv r. 1
woftener liuflulo, NY., (to 'Op'----- '
refreshed
with rain than fanned th winds "
on by castt-rlj prevailingiu .Bustles,and Chignons,at BUCKYS ;
BUR I>El r OkGAN CO rrA
the I % : tI'J
continent. The tutire ubwMice *.f, that I season, and'rendering it com- Erie, Pa., do stops)__ 310 .DEALKKIH ,; G. CI1APPELL, -- "?'--' ; N
the tan for eleven hours make the dews j jJ foriablti fur the laborers to their MASON & HAMLIN ORG4N CO., FRUITS, VEGETABLES GROCERIES. PRO- I( : -
pursue .
: ; tonlIla-s. __.___ VRAIIX W:GQI.ItX. : FRANK >t.AOAMS. ti
,
jteu (utotopl) JOG BAY STREET; the Cable
CrossIng
arid VISIONS.CROCKERY GLASSWARE. near TheSleamer'OKAHUMKEE
gives the earth time to cool voc-Htiuiis at all times The writer ,
PEr.UC1J"T. PELTON & CO, ". / i
aoth the nights In ruuimer art It.tIUtttyht'n. I i would here remark that this class of '1"e" York. (io SWp6))_. _,... 300 Bay street., : ,11-14, tfp JACKSONVILLE.FLA. GoLDEN .5: ADAMS :e eS
BRUCE 8: CHARD. I -- : LRics,Waster'. ,, i
than in the northern latitude, men, of whom be employs many are .... .tof
_
i Booton. Mass, (io stops) JOG .:
here the saa Chines upon the earth for niiivcrftftlly rmne. healthy and robust WILLIAMS. & EATON, -. YACHTS AND WHITEHALL I' '. ., L\LaJt5.1l 10 \ j Wa leave JackaoavuT. every THURSDAY Born/ .51

"Keen."""- or terenteen hLbur. out of tbelour. I than in anv other region he has bad any WORCESTER Hill N. ii.,ORGAN (CO.to stops. >__._ JOG ,., W. EARL, BOATS FI.N: EGR: 0 C.& R.I. E.S, a\8o'dork., 2 'GEO.'P.. FOSTER,Ago. :*. B ;!

The heat whi.-h in SouthtO1maar4 acquaintance with. This in connection Worcester,Mass.: .(to 5tr'pS--) __ JOO [PRACTICAI. BuOtto order. .' : ... .:,. : ,", : "; _'Jacb3cnYflk.7in..July.!.)11t-'I-D (. -' "; ,: J
in the I the and WATERS & !ON:. __ jt
southero of with other peculiar advantages) HORACK -i- -- ------ -
part FRENCH :I. .
I u !I New York, (io stops)......___ aSo PAINTER AND HANGER.Having STEAMYACH.TSWith CONFECTIONERY '
eometimes Intolerable for make it emphatically the home of the PAPER B. HUBBARD;
: ;
MODEL .
ORGANS
AMERICAN ; i
"ant .5
4 SAMUEL :<
'
wind, is here alleviated by a. \ juan of slender means and enterprising Ibnc r"', Ct. (10 stops, ). ..._.__ 1180 iecided't reside here permanently will be the mOst approved machinery. 'Will build'ol FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC FRUlT, ALE )

r brrvein the day time and a1ande&tpI..bL i'lIJ4'bitiou." PRtfeCOTT OKCAN ,O.. ___ cUd to receive ordeivfrom all requiring :work dune.in any.bite,from:j to 100 feet Call and get my pru.es. WINE, :LIQUOR, CIGARS. --(-- Fla r g
N.H. ( s 7p5) ,
Concord (9
,
.SQ his -
line, .
.
It is only in and near The above was written in 1851; since .TOBACCO, ETC.. ; ''. '

he trt 1)k. bat the be.and land breeze* that time a hotel has been luilt there, B. 5UONINGER Si. CO., I GRAINING. GLAZING, at>4 KALSOMININC NEW SB-FOOT. YACHT" and Dealer i in '
&I"t $*: Wl Bnilorn to be I and it was constantly filled $22 done ia the best manner. or sale. :9.3od. Navels store and to arriveFIRSTCLASS Importer ,
or depended every year New Haven, Ct. vio stops) .' ; 'I
spot I '
.
;, I with ,' eitor. There are no places in I Orders left at DavM& Drew Furniture Waebouae andLadlea' Companions BUCKVS. 'GOODS f
at
The white peop, work in the fieMIf] in i{I the 'World'which I ctUso much recom- TEN PER CENT PISCOyNT FOR CASH I,ill receive prompt attention. ; ". -- Carpetbags ;, ', HARDWARE IRON AND ,STEEL '"'.". .

'3* heat .f thfi 4ay without prejudice to I, mend for healthiness, mildness salubrity, On the last mentioned one.SPLENDID !1 ,REFERENCES: .. -- AI.- Which' by making TERMS CASH, they oner at the EDGE TOOLS.TABLE and POCXZt i

***ftealtb! ; gentlemen fnquttillj rid j| and invigorating fleets as Miami, Key A EUREKA STOOL S. l.s BmDGK Faq..,aBd. C.. ...Roazsson..EaqGcnzlcmen'aundcrwear LOWEST PRICES- CUTLERY, '' ,. t
y U tie middle of the dav,and Instead West ana Fort llrookf, at Tampa bay, 4 I,Jacksonville. Ft* '' d" )AC1tSOcTt fi;,FtA.,March 3tst'iS74.: -

ike debil latit". cffeet; uf f a warm the beautiful Italian sky of this Jast And _. INSURANCE' COMPANY / t5. Glue. Putty GlaSs Paints, 0i1s I'I'N
illU at BUCKY'S.SALE THE SOUTHERN LIFE S/sciAlAUssli.w othe Ladies called to our -
ern tlia"ae *nnlwt n of by place has long been the theme ol conversation 24 LESSONS FREE OF CIARG '

a t14t*, *e ht're sec and leel only an and the mildness! of the wifl_In a.few days appoint a Stale,Agent (orFlorida. MAILLARD'S SUPERIOR ,CANDY, LEATHER. BELTING.RUBBER PACiNGSTOVISITINWARE. ,.. .
'
: &Ung eff.vA, which enable* a winter, allowing tbe cultivation of tropical to inte; who buys One cf these rl'c-pt organs. FOR In the meantime I win conduct-* management And to of .CROCKER. Y.'PUMPS'/. .
our assortment
/tthL t"rfonn tnJr .work than in any fruits, has ever been admired bythe Call and tee them at3ajf it Acres Corner Lots ia Brooklyn. : }
Lead
and Iron .
Pipe -
cCJf ,
-
>IVALUADtE V.AB -
Part
"p of the United Sta1.t'"tI. in H.nd. .i SMITH'S MUSIC ROOMS.FOR Also for! PRESERVES JELLIES; ETC. .

f sJUq.J. ?the rfgl'iwn' j ears..f residence }'l rid. has been visited with yellow j A TTY LOT; comm:' I'aMCII1S Directed- to 0e.care ofHenry A.L'Evgte.Secretarfo&he ,- rXWRS.SASH.BUNDS;MOTTLDlNCS.SUGAK j

t L V '*roii IM FJ"rlda the tert fever but four times-in 17C5 at IVnwi- .' .' PICNIC PARTIES will 'd.it.adnatageoua'to
r gn SALE. 60 feet ly 90.Comer Julia and Fonyth itree ; Jacksonville' Branch, will .
zt !96 Fahrenheit in 'the shade, j j,i cola, where it ws brought over, by 'a' '" en..UU1tof? i.;.. / .. can.as we shaU make the rcpIcDiahins LUNCHEON Mills Etaporatois. &c "
'
time tht III .. jdae but three or four*I regiment of'Soldier, and was caused The Lease improvements 03 two City LouIs. d. .,!7 (C.'COLUN WiBchen's Idock. !elrc4ie"i ;. attention.' t J",'r' BASKETS a specialty, :iIti"r.RH.fi"J. 7 AJ ixg,, 'aiuftl77>i '

Zcs and ml tb roItI was us Jow asi j bv their close confinement.Irvin freth n the town of LavilU,about -OrJ.J.ROHR. ,-J H.iIILLEB.' I 4 Purchases delivered gratis. sirthiiez'Jane i*enter. : .: "th7. ',
'tIra ulDal alr.in 'walls of thn fort !tn 1821 at ONE.HAtFMILE'FROM J"9d .- 'j At Grand anal UotL'J3OBERSO .. -
aeon*iht mercury rise*l I Ith" the ; JACKSOJTVILL i',o; ; GOLDEN & ADAMS. : .
: 9JD in broke T- -tf. I .Ceal.SUP .of Agencies.Bianketi'and .- Very stylish Ladies*Hats at BUCKYS.CARRIAGE .; .
hstLtMt 41213_ ittuid-i St Augustine the yellow lever The -place Is feoc f In with a board fence -six feet & 3iAI P5 ,4- v. ? Rou Marble Front Bunding;near Grand Na- -".
N-
.rntUQtr.. and, r&ll in the harbor which had contains "
t' 430 during the : t.ut.to vesiels high; ', "..' '.''.'' -.r: "
1i rl ot ''W1nt..r.. ., it j, nut cxei '' 00 boaid decayed fruit from Cuba. HOUSE, STABLE, ;'ooP'vELi : Have opened' a rst-cIa CorerieB of tfvj Ue.and wr ly :_\l\4 tf tional. Hotel.. -JacksonvOIe,Florida. SHOP. ::'* ;

k.1 itaMriatOf5 Since this time Augustine has been .
tlf '
niprre, i And about a ihonsrad .' SHERMA GEORGE ... ', .
ti.l lit It rapid in th. me 'ehi6n (f|icalU-d one of the most healthy*pots in 'SHAVING f AXOON CEJfTRAi;SM.ESRPOMS vV..H. ,- ?

;r" TanI.UODIi. but always ..maintain* the Union. In 1822 Pf nsacola was again FRUIT TREES AND GRAPEVIpJES, 1. ; .. THE. TEBJOR DECORATOR 'CARRIAGE MAKER. I

atefflU4UtYa114 dIJ t"i. ir limltte (101''yWtedby the yellow fever; this originated From one to six years old. W U he sold v nr. cheap.LALSOACayDJJUCCV corner of Bay and Pfee streets,where all.the.04- ,' S. .tltD -
apptfooces used by the best salooos in the. can 'CQfEI4L OrnjsSw WASHINGTON AND ADAMS STREETS
country AIICTIoy AND COR. ,
codfish ( Cuba AX
: northern
.
'. invalid. Jt6nQr from ejMjilttd rum .c JutJD4.. ?Ibei.aso ir .. .p JK ; ', .: .'J JJPHOSTERER, 1
,,, chmatfi l Xeru itself) alike )and which was distributed among the 9p5.4 JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA,, : 1|;
:D :rnat and of tbe thereby a. Ia running order. For further particulars enquire ot, :' HOT : OLD BATHS. colt L t11ik AND CHURCH STREETS.' ia : ? '
) : vegetable nature. Thf but'bters'shop" city, : AD Laura win build. firstclan"style. Carriages, Busgieaaal
cImclent ,tu,6ti0'11Iatea rapid erero 'pettilenw ,wu spread and at : H. "STEETSKAMP, .:'1. { 1 '"." i .) "''1.j 'Bay Street,near : f' ," I'.' ,j.J'.:J.':.. 4KP .; .t. ; if i''r' tight Wagons."- / '. .,. 1 :. ... -
t when the ;. ; "' T Tickets endtBng die bearer to cih>staves, or eb JACKSONVILLE, ; .i'. .. :. ",.n.lVJS.& pRC'w'e: .. ... 'gspalIssa ae dydo..' eo-and set my-dr. .
.
In1u1ttrilL iu nd ; .. '
Ie grQwth while It is De"'c)Key West In J621 ; ,3829 TAILOR. fi *} Jtx ;:eight sfiavw.hair cnt ng and ishampooing '-aT;. : 'I' .1-.1h '' : :,--flic "- Iit ''' o.:1 'rrL.1. i J.".. ro, '' .:\J : ;; '". !s.eJjsIi
'J. A fl ,1 :;
a, J.o, b4.CoflO, ,disagreeable.-I.Island WM.pearl j". depoualateJ. All..,..p't-t .at. .SOVT1bi ll'rp, ... .-_."/!,,,.,.!'.';. li .'} ,I.1.l.H_St' gtf"' "' f t \Ct '.. tT .< !J.vhi.f.4 ; 'I'- ?:*' tf&till i"-UI ",.y :... n4. TrI' "" 'i-A 1 ..
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; THENW s 1iHi EMI- JACKSONVILLE, J ; ..." ,,, "I
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I.l. :1t ''::-_ The old 'lad j- wcnt to ]! justice of the in each grove lying immediately upon MISCELLANEOUS. LEGAl,..
tr.j'I and his sixth term as a Congressman '
extortion. The law has been is on
; \\'I' ,1 ,:::.. THE NEW SOUTH. grossest to a warrant forhem'when"the the margin of the lake :
condemned the and asan his back record peace neifjjay! get TN
'\\I-: _- by people press ,. Despite! pay SIC. BANKRUPTCY.
I' : Number of acres : I'U:
her that > Number of acre*
j: .'i' :: I J. %. ADAMS.OKO. ii.iquity which ought to be removed he, stands a first-rate: chanco\of hitting justice said to Unimproved.
t CABKVTH} ADAMS CARRUTH & CO. from the statute book. We intend to have the matter .Imple /. Ik* DubS CturttJu L.W
to .
would .
for he it take money Blake :
: .. ,(IIO. PVIPUL. the mark be is, now,aiming at, J GEO. M. SMITH ttm Jit"d s."
show by and by. \\'h'n'e have more she bad none of Means, "j -Ile" t
: and Ia the of
to Investigated
the the
I .that
: understands way a I"
l. J. S ADAMS. EDITOR. time, how the public have been robbed thoroughly pSv.r .V..7:3: t' US, Dealer* PANY.Banknipu.PENNSYLVA"L TIt '.
back she went I. V V \
... anti defrauded by that law. and bow a the 'Democratic' heart !is through the .course she came as ,. ,, L //r r .
1 + J > beceinber
----- Sampson 1374 D)4OrdI,
1I' t V :: t === := -.J *1- (
/ :? ., four o
.' . PIANO "FORTES. ORGANS MELODEONS f-
1. ot the attributed his line However Monday evening, just Gap Keep. : 7T t U8 .u
I : ;:'1'' TO CORRESPONDENTS OTHERS. goodly portion expense Democratic stomach, and forms on Hickson . .. SJub ACCORDEONS. GUITARS & t The follo lt o lhBkrp.
t''t" ) to the legislature arises! under the operation he and looked her up .-.-. V VIOLINS .c. 1
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;, ( Items.f Local interest arc solicited from all parts of the of battle accordingly. At a recent ban- days came House.- : _Tburday
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: aer" au. r
,. t I k. "** State. Abo. communications on surged* of general of that monopoly act. The legislature would make affidavit Marquand . . 1875. at ioo' a. m..at AcocosyStateofPtoridi '
S ;J !
V ..; ; ii interest,especially educational social and'..ndustnaltopics. repealed,the law at its session in quct be gave, the cards of. .invitationwere and said if she an Mathew*&Co.:1'I ,, ,4 'I, ., ,, 3 SHEET. MUSIC, MUSIC. BOOKS, V : r :
I", should their tetters think she Dunn .V4 : All that
I J OJ..1 CorrwpiNioenU as but hewou1d, issue a warrant. I .1 : o certain pie
stolen slow sure "' &c. '
: -: i-: 'I bctag the facts and circumstances will permit. 873, but the repealing act was headed "Justice 'V: J y PICURES, I in county of Franklin. o iicl
O.1"
I f."','.Ij. V We arc: not rei.ponkible for opinions expressed by our by some purchased tool of the monopolists which must have madethemajorityof, made the [affidavit and identified three f" ", ",;,. r' 7 V V II I I Aplbi rivtr. Stt a fu4 'h W
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', correspondents. Rejected manuscripts can neither Bii>hop the north line i'
I" I .. :' II l returned preserved.: Anonymous contributions ; but we hope that at this session the guests feel very uncomfortable, for white men and one negro. She gave th Fairbk. .. .. .. .8 ,"V' V So Instruction given, by First-Class m pint r.S south and w_. crosses section a .o .,:
_will not be noticed. the will of the people as expressed of Jordan Dees .- ,. .15 V 33 V twenty(ao) and tS'
; Te fifty
r, :. 5i a will have if the aphorism is true; most of them names intheidavit .- cher. V. > corner,1 i(so)
I ii ,"":'1: .:- -. through representatives that would eventually isom' :Dees, and Joseph' Dees, white; *.' V 34S' 355 and done by nwe snaty.fv(7$) sak.east of& eJ(
and that Go'ernClrSttarns. have felt they
r'L .. :'; Florida Matters Abroad. letter success must se've'r31've Tuning Repiring' said edge of th, t s
plantedout st minthence
," I. *..Vtl notwithstanding his personal make their exit from this vale of and Prince,Thomas, I have .not There araIs: Competent, ,up the sid creek t a given tne 0 14"tk
1 :.. ;. It I is not'in, the t least strange that a neg. land within mile two of the and \. J
interest in.one of the, "official papers, tears the unromantic way of the gal- learned'what ha in the mat on 1 pr r Tom. Ov AnD Hlnl o c
.' !I condition Lrgis-lativc matters that is'all to defeat it. by .of S. C. C. (81 d wo ;
: V will not interpose, lows. Wood's two strongest competitors !-, ter. The name of the justice is James lake, one on the estate' V slstcen(16)lmks : fm Ii p ttld..r

t ,, ... 1.. '.i : .Greek11 to pative politicians should "Suose!."- Cox. of' New York, Wilson,a justice African descent.: O, Chambers;said to'contain two hundred, ltS; S.' I. 'BRIDGEWill erse(27)post chain in and the creek 7S too above es of rl t ., .

.. r; puzzle outsiders more than a little. Avery Our Washington Letter. are ri.alltherearest least 150,000 said ctioo I.bears .a t 1Y t
V r Cox is a this despotic'power appointing officers acres. lor instruction south, t f 1:
t. and M. C. Kerr of.Iudiana. I receive a limited numbr' pupils twentyye c.
rh. fair of this in the tene. a ( )
i occurs
example WASHINGTON, Jan. 21, 1875. full bearded with a twink- !l' They.;.should 'be elected, by the trees now budded ,in the Orange; lake on the V VV V we (" aI&.t(4)la
fellow II
little thence south
r"'. ;\.;::: Savannah News, which delivers itself us .At the Ebbitt House, ain.tbis, beau- and is h rlet. lie is I people and held responsible. Mr. Edi. region, and within the next few years PIANO FORTE grees le east,five chains and a-OW"( ),
\ : follows: ling eye, a polical .
.
4 I' ; ;:: or r : FLORIDA AFFAIRS.-And so the politicians \yinternight.! ) Inside:all is warm very wily, but his wit'smells of the oil, tor, is'impossible i 1 that, Darn county, it i l look highly probable' that there 'wi V At SMITHS: MUSIQ.ROOMS. icola survey: o'lly,acres along.'t th\chieSy! iUleYoAp

,, a .V !. and cheerful the huge pipes of steam character and be not less than a million orange trees twelve (1)chains t come, .
.
t ,:f around Tallahassee have conclud- and is evidently carefully prepared! and with her heretofore good < ten south, tony-nine and one-half o( 1

". :A ed to sind Stearns to the Unitpd States! make the rotunda as pleasant as a par- learned by heart before he ventures to hat every man that ever had a sainted bearing fruit here.I e.line lhr thence((3))cuain. and seventy two( (4 h 1
: aonsais
Senate, have theyP- Why, this is infinitely Outside it is cold as charity, but sister PROF.,J. B. SIMONDSVTeacher V cit day ibis.U ."
J' : i than the Comncr treachery. lor. as use it. Like all witty persons, he is mother, a beloved wife a doted :sometimes. asked IIow do you mni survey I'a point on,mided a inc b will air I..
,
worse .
V .: the btars areshining'as: brightly now, as very sensitive and Ben Butler nearly would not rise in indignation and sweep propose.to get your:fruit, t market, as of Vocal aral Instrumental Music,at Turtle a toa-poiMor,1 bb T".

.V .I ," .I Here is a safe maxim for the Democrats they &d" over [:ihc I monger: long years broke his heart! once with a simple wave such fiends from the land. you are. sis.:' miles from. the Ocklawaha SMITH'S MUSIC ROOMS. 0 bounded Apot.bysaidcreek.TunleharborinSl toMaiagthwty( ) an;t c 1 ?I'

I' p. -: .': of Florida to ponder: The man ago. Every seat within is taken ; ani- of the hand and a "s.boo fly, don't bother Y us. CATO. river?" This question i is answered by 123.1 V : : .Iaw,.belts stem. saw mill,with eBdBt I

.: L:. .who is willing to sacrifice principle for mated groups are discussing the recent old there are now on the lake and i its erected ov UM thirty 6t yap lan rnl -
j is
Cox havingbeen saying a
fifty tl
,,' \. :: policy is not to be trusted.! in the South and swarming me. years GUILD,.CHURCH &CO. sib olD t
1 J We didn't care to pester the Conoyer stirring events born in Ohio in 1820. He has two The Orange Lake Region. vicinity at least five ban tre acres of THE AIio the east half o urqtj, I
:t- in the bar-room the spitituously the east halfooutheastIDENOflO qfc1
are
; I "V Democrat, on account of the confusion professions lawyer and journalist but ST. HOTEL, orange, grove land budded with, one PIANO and I I'5 .
,1 JAMES
tit 1 ;..j't :.'. would create, but we have pot over that inclined, looking upon the wine when its has put them both to bed and now makesa V Jacksonville, Fla.,January J8t, J87S.Edir hundred tiees tothe acre, which will .ORTS and 3.number hun frclo', sxty MOh\.8)a I o_k u
Wo to the and its color unto the nose. lo 3 cmia" .
red
; feeling. are going open eyes giveth TRIUMPHANT.TWO b
j y :V; of the Florida Conservatives before It is ,and but few of trade of politics. lie was elected toCongress New South:-Much is being bear five hundred oranges to the tree and less. ninety-fi and 7610(+,$ 1.0))I More.
V : early yet persons
1 '" ;" many days. four terms from Ohio but to the advantages offered which at two hundred oranges to the GOLD No.4- Also the north end of Forbes
f' .1 prominence are present. Two gentlemen MEDAl -eyed.and supposed to contain five hundnSfjoo_
1 .. ltlsrunoreduroundthatalargainhas: that noble State box at ten cents freight on each box, (
.' -: gradually the people of by various localities in Florida to those theMechanic's Alt in township 6,south ,I Sa
and Two Medals
in California. One in at r"e
and Michigan
their Wa
which have left seats saun-
1 : already been made with Stearns by just began to find out that Sammy was a kind who desire to make pleasant homes would pay 812,500 towards building a, Association ia Boston, besides numerous fourhunJ No.5. Also and fractional Mi.n and 2cia
.' V the Democrats are to elevate him to the tered into the bar-room. Let us exercise eighty 570( )
1 f" of of wind so they ebook him, and in the culture of the railroad from Orange lake to the Ockla more or It 57a
b.ag here and.
Well ]
proceed engage
: ;. United Slates: Senate. } the right dear to every freeman, and FIRST PREMIUMS No. 6. Also fractiosal sctijo 25. )
\. V.' gentlemen-proceed!Savannah _vcir these two vacant seats be packed his carpet bag and stalled for orange and other semi-tropical products;; waha river for a dummy engine. But S lie east o Canr creek.etmal"a t C.f.
possessour hundred I
"f.j Some of this is comprehensible; but rc-cmpl and, like )1i.I the slums of New York city, from and as I live in a pretty good section ol this is not all tho work a railroad: from In[ State and County Fairs all over the country. No.J (3)ac.na'P1" K"0" s 7. cnnoj.

; J ., .<' '<:., what fcignifiance is to bo attached I to thethird t t'j I camber souls, wait in for patience something to turn up. whence ho is now serving his third term he state I, too, beg leave to put in a the river to the lake would find to do, becoming The verdict the Ldng from everybody Pil I is the that world.THEV they. are rapidly hundred more. or- 1.an. .sixty nine- and 66-100afo( i6.naf I J

.4 t I ',', : paragraph} is a mystery here, I as Congressman. It is to be hoped that for Orange lake extends back from the o.I ?fractional section 24.c.tn
\ I if in thirsty dred ana seventy-five and 6i-i h.
Perhaps we put an extremely STAND RN CLIMATE \575 -
i. :.: -f: where all know that no combination for Cox will fail in his aspirations, as he is word.While doubtless the be river twenty-four miles through a fertile TiE SUTI more or less. ; )a
look will invite to lu- orange may
l somebody us No. Also fractional
i the Senate could of and quite thickly settled farming country BETTER THAN ANY 9. section 36. coauimnr ikre,
: the election ot'Stcarns sale 9 totally unfit for tho position piesiding grown in nearly every portion of the hundred(300))acres more or leas

:; by :any possibility receive the support of bricate. Quien officer, being devoid of dignity, and too and all the supplies for the planters PIANO EVER SOLD V All in township 7.south range,S west
.! : There is an old,song which commands. state, if sufficient care and 'attention ii V To be sold free of incumbrance.oB UW
., ....:.J' the lends of Conovcr. decidedly partizan to be impartial. and their products, instead of being HERE. terms: For the tract of UIKJ fin* th ..
at there few
us! in very peremptory tones to go bestowed upon it, are some hundred(13oodulIarsontheday( of db! .
) : The very condition of things which Theie stands two of South Carolina's hauled to the river, would be delivered due.one fourth the confirmation of tJ
sale
.:: .j tt once localities where all the conditions requisite They sund in tune the and they are the sweetest of the o .lh a.
: j ;:: we long ago predicted as the sure result To the West,to the West I representatives. The rather stout odd to success are more easily obtained at landings within n short distance of sound of any piano bt. liver in six deed.on.-&. a the balance in in twdre ml. .

:. :'J Jf tlr the conduct of certain men and certain Where To the land the nullity of the free.Missouri looking gentleman:: with prominent and which, when attention is their plantations to be taken in a steam- Call 1tC and see tem at GEO. M. SMITH'S.PARAGON pid from t tho b deiivcry secured of by the bo d th montage purchase the I is-

t about. Rolls down to the sea. boat the railroad connecting the lake ises, interest from the an O .
:, ; i-l1 papers coming: eyes grayish beard and mustache, is character of soil, its natural to of the deCvery
deed. The other for fndftma.-
i' ,,::: Hut tratori! prosperity is proverbially There, that is where the youth just United States Senator T. J. Kobertson. lora given topography of and \Y'ith the river. And the naval stores lIE ORGAN of the sale and deli parcels very of the cb deeds.o*the

J.:: : :, short lived. We shall: see. entering belongs. lIe has a stout, lumbering Tim is a South Corolinian by birth, and position, will localily be found pecu-geographical and timber along.the line of the road T property At the same wits time :and'place the (uBowine fawol ,

t', V '. clumsy figure, a face whereon during the rebellion was a fearless and of the and on the lake which wonld doubtless ,0.C. f.(ma k oC l*. .* a&(sin,._
the culture .
iarly adapted to less)vf_ Jogs 4 cans.6.oic
: : Important Either Way to the People. stupidity has been encamped for nearly outspoken union man. He is about and its kindred products. On by means of the road find its way to cross te.t bxe.tn oi and washers,'l i f o I.)

-iJ" V .. The following is taken from the Newt sixty-two years, lie .is one of those! fifty years old, and his term ol office orange the south southwest shores of market, would prove a source of considerable stocks I keg of, Vrui.3.OD ofce tl'k.de and>k.Butknery 83 barrels c t.ol an

t I :"; .1: York Journal of Commerce of the Cth ponderously respectable noodles, whose will expire in 1877. He is very wealthy Orange lake1,ant in lario'n county,lies one revenue to the road! for many I bloks.llorcn r") rccloro'.lr.Ilx sw tceia.i ice i.

4. ". instant: good luck is a surprise party on end to and drives the handsomest pair of carriage the most fertile and health- years hence I am not uneasy about w _ ks. k of *. j grmd4Uncs.4 a In,
of balen of box of
j f V:?: 'If the attention of bank officers and their fiiends, and who shook hands with horses in the cily. When he first i in the whole southerncountry. transportation. J. O. M. JV ___ rbbr Ieting.lleter oUI. press sld..2 1.Lnt.13 rod o
; '," business has not already] been sufficiently said ful regions wheB. saws, pr.ole,
'f men he immortal: Billy, when he some here the lalers.were* full of I &C.2,cr-t 4 :
came
; V given to the point, it be } Here no miasmatic swampsor V 4barrclorcsin aboio.utsandwiwth(
tiny
'1'" men "have greatness thrust upon them.1 JACKSONVILLE RETAIL MARKET. boat.5 shovels. t bellows and anvil i Chest
'. well to remind th that Revenue de.tt accounts of his fabulous jewelry, &c. ; scrubs VV Z lot o 1.1
: t.: ?m sloughs, nor impracticable are wagon i ph'wire.I lot of
abroad for violations That is United States Senator Louis V. ostentatious Corrected WeeUy by J. B.ROCHE,Grocer,Bay street. 1I V_ lot oglas. &lkg, a iron sales i .i IW 6.I ,
j. : t teeth PS are looking but I have: failc d to see any found to mar the beauty of the landscape ished.i upntht i boiler t cod of rw l.b
i tf the law (hOcks to be Dogy of Missouri. Of course, ho is a POWLS-GA.d I .
tt i ( requiting display about him, and to me he seems but all things conspire to make .__.....-....__ 15 (at 20 : I long steam box, lacinsof punr.textracircuLrsam.
tJ1mJed. At llichmond the Venisnprl 4j4' VII T be personal will be sold fut
} Virginia, Democrat. Bogy is said to be as honestas southern ??.- 75 f iS i V pry a
to be a plain, unassumir.g it. of the choicest locations adapted .. .... 0 ? R Y
'1' .' Collector has instiled suits in the United is one Chickens: tulf grown. per pair .. 40@ 6 M. C''E2RJ.Ap.
and that
he is V ] STUKGLS.
'' stupid, a very poorqualitication The lean red haired redwhiskered 'I .each, few ia the market __ St a OErU
) fi
urkey*
gentleman. ( 75 .
about ,
i \ States Circuit Court against: two for the United States Sen- (y nature to the habitation of man. Turkeys small. .. ..... i 25 i 0 73 V \ .64"
::4 V \\, hundred and fifty citizens, upon unstamped \ young man talking to him is Wild Turkeys, ech.rn._...._.n... 2 OO ', 2 50 '' -k---- V .
V is Orange lake is situated in latitude .___..._.._.__... Ladies* ,
: checks; discovered in an official ate. I like Bogy because he so art- .ewis Cass Carpenter, M. C. from P.ridc.cc. 10@ izFISH. V V u rcr.1 b obtained at ICat'.

: '. .' examination ot the bank-drawers; an1we less. Why, bless he dqn'l see any 29 80, six miles: west of the Ocklawaha .
I .. j officials h'et you South Carolina. Carpenter was formerly Mullet, per string.......... ._ 25 cSheephead. NOTICE OF
\ observe thai Revenue which it is connected ?
with
river by
f
and has \lts-
in his ,
incongruity position, even of per string__..____ @ 25 ASSIGNEE'S
.. '.,. / fjso f: lately been searching$ the change wild designs\ the the Washington correspondent Orange lake creek. is bounded on Bats. each..____ ___......._ 25 2 d S Manufactured by '
banks for similar which to on Presidency.If the Trenton N. J. Union Sentinel. I l lit District Court tie
.1 t .:..;\ proofs upon ( ) B. SHONINGER & CO. / CtoifrdtaJa/es a
,
the north Alachua and the south MeT
... found proceedings, it is said, with great the two swarthy, long haird gentlemen when that was edited by CharlesW. by on Baewi. C. R. per Ib-____ 13% "I1sr/nrra Dutntt /JWJ.: .
.:, paper Marion and the centre of ........ @ In the natter CHAS. .:
success.11 entered by county, Beef.Fulton market.pcf Ib. aft 0 fUDE BEiG.Bk.To
.i'.i'V ;.r. I' who have just were accustomed Jay. At that: time he was a clerk) i Mutton(scarce)per Ib........_.?........_ Q 15 New Haven Ct. whom it may cancer: under'igoed hereby
""J .': ..t lYe bead this as "important either to harness poetry, they would i the United States what many regard a the true orange I'ork.per Ib.._. ....________ < 15Ham.perib. d of ruk appolmnent a absignee r 0
I '" c treasury department 'the __.______ J8. For sale by ol Ihivai county. FVjiida .iihin
I\.; :" way, to the people1' because, the search probably say, 1islike me not for my :and amused himself by contributing belt or zone of Florida, where Shoulder, per Ib-_.___ dt 13 JJ oc"r.. been adjudged a bkmpopbl 1 c
( theorthwiI1witIiouttloubtexter.dthrougb attains its greatest degree of White lb.__..._?.___ ( 13 petition by the District Court of
: ,. : ;I which has thus been inaugurated at complexion, the shadowed livery of the to different papers in the east and orange &n.p FLOVR. < GEO. M. SMITH.F J. C CREELtY.AsrigBet.

: t. :: } burnished sun,"' for they are half bn.ed, west. In 1870 he bought an intetest ina excellence. Extending along' the southern White, per bbl ..?_?.______. 9 @ 10 V V :1-9 1 Jan. 6.:87J, 3.

; :1 the South, and violations of the law, in Indians and "much big" in the Indian and southwestern &bore of the lake Extra Keel.per bbl...-?.._..__._ 9 @ 10 V V ,
i :4 daily paper at Columbia, South Caro per bbl...__._.____ ._. 7 @ 8 A NliW LOAN
; i ,'. a great.m3jority of instances, the result Territory. The shortest one has a grum is a belt of hammock land about eighteen Suprfne., _...___..___._.... 3 0 RESH ARRIVAL V .
I.. f.' 1 lina. Last year Ilaincy the colored. Hominy prsck _,,,,,,,,,_,,.__,,.. 3 0 6tt 3 soFRUIT. ;' ;.L1V
.' .L ,,,. of sheer' carelessness rather than scow lin\
i! criminal design cannot tail to be in short width from one to nve The .. _. .. _._.__ V ON A NEW PL- .
'i ; : :; any appearance: being and friend Cass mies. Apples, per b1I ? ? 3 50 @ 4 e FORCENTLEMEXS' V V
I) for the legislature, my
Limes,per ...____...._.;_...._.. 10 (at 15 .
of this land
V) f' .j.:: I abundant bere as at the North. with frhoulders disproportionately broad. was elected to fill the unexpired term. surface i generally rolling Lemons,per doz.__-_____._ 50 @ FALL AND WINTER WEAR. '

J 1:. "j, -: In any event the announcement is at That is the celebrated Indian orator, lie is able and energetic, and the world and highly picturesque, but is especially ,I Bna.c.._____. 3 Vjp A *JCRAIX. I EMBRACING V Invest VOQT money at borne in\.

welcome for if the law is one that The Colonel during so towards,the southwest portion of the FRENCH, ENGLISH, GERMAN
r i one, Col. K. C. Boudinot. -
_....._ __
V I i is all before him. V Corn,per bushel ?? __ I 15 @ i 20 IAUA' FIRST 'MORTGAGE' LAND
; 'i .':.:f is intrinsically a desirable one, then by the late war thought the Confederacy Enough sketching to-night; so]let's lake, where the large round hills, covered Oatsperbushcl.___."._. ((Aim AND AMERICAN FA&RJC. Gt1

V all means let it be enfor cd. If on the with a sod perrennial green.ha"c' 110\"SIN. PREMIUM BODXS.
win he raised srcH
: was going to so a regi-
'I talk a little about the weather. It Salt per sackliutter. __.__._____.__ J 744 225 A
: ..1; : oilier hand, it i is vexatious and objectionable ment ,and went into the rebel service an elevation in some instances ofseventy per Ib.__.__._._____ 35 45 FINE BROADCLOTHS. CASSIMFRES. VEST-.
k" to hear the climate of this (
amuses me _.__.._. _._._.__
V V in feet above the of the lake Cheese per Ib 25 INGS AND GENERAL: FURNISHING Now oBtrrct (or sate by
;f :: law, costing vastly more with bells on. An attempt to smash a city praised by correspondents gifted le'e Lard, per Ib._. _._..__.. ..._ .8 ( 2 GOODS. tie
.' '. to it thau its avails will compensate resultedin commanding a view of many miles Eggs (scarce,)per doi............__. ( 6 aithestoreof .
: 1. t :; submitting minie rifle ball with his leg has 4
"GBEAT RAILWAY
with more imagination than conscience. Potato. Irish, per bushel.. ._____ 44.2 0 J. BARATIER. : SOUTHERN
'r: then the inforcement of it and over surrounding country. Sweet _. 44 .
i very [ giving him a kind of "step up tbe.a1e'and -- S7
Now tho fact is it is the most variable Onions.per _._.____ @ 3
:f1 ', will create tho public sentiment that it The soil' bears'evidence having buh 35 Merchant Tailor, (Con"ldr
i. ,V fetch it" walk, but ho is a very eloquent climate have ever seen ; especially in DRIED FBVIT. ,

r ;' : :.' :. should be repealed. But good, bad, or speaker and .a power among the men ot formerly been submarine, as i shown Peaches, per 11.; .._-__._....._-..? 13 @ 35 Laura Street,just above Day Street.at6m Every bond when redeemed'will receive a prcmiuain
the winter. One in '
day you are Italy, ..__ i JACKSONVILLE. FL. ,
.__
niackbemes, the ptinof natmpoos
according to
per (dl 35' phce interest. ,
}',j": '.:' :'!1 indifferent it will never be repealed till his nation. Ills (companion Col. W. P. and throwing off Jour overcoat, baskin by tbe'gret: quantity! of oyster and I. Cur: per lb.._11...._.___.._._]@ 16 in amounts of from > "
is other marine shells: found in it. It Apples, .._. _...___._.. V n}
\ I :" .::1 its vexatious character exposed by a Adair, is a fine specimen of physical the sunny ntm !'pbcre. In twenty- con.tains per 11 ? Fine black dress coats and fancy neck wear at Eucly

; t I sand o' make: it warm S1"DRIE. $1.00 to $25.000 or .$50.000On
: ," vigorous enforcement. six feet in height ,
manhood being enCughl
t four hours yon are in Norway, and Vood.pinepercorJ..._.__?_ 3 75 @ 4 0 I
f It be that with nhe JudgeV well easily cultivated, and is alwaysfree sawed, cord..__ .__. @ JACKSONVILLE
:' <: ; ; may straight as an arrow, strong, resolute open, Wo per 5 50 5 75 bond.
f >
for hot brick. When the THE
:. hunting a ay. ,per cwt._....._ i 40 foi i
ft1-f : '!: known character for prompt discharge face, long black hair reaching half way wind blows it does so at the rate of from mud; it.is i dark in color Iud Cl.f pCr 1..._....____,_........00(< 0 7 nd redeemable by allotment. Six aHomeaa o
.. .. !
___
: of duties that there will be a larger is made inexhaustibly lich by the depositsf'marVand Florida,per gl ? 75 (* 80 .SALE AND LIVERYSTAJ3LJJS in 1875.
'I.4
I V ': 'I' to his waist. He dresses in the pictur- 20.000,000 miles an hour have to Honey seamed per ..._ ; _.__>.. (4 i ooTallOW. bn Six distributions premiums
; you Ik...............__.. g .
: local demand for check than I decomposed vegetable per MMMMAM. & 13 t .
t :. .:i t stamps esque costume of the plains and is a hold your hair on with both hands,your EMIL IIAAS I C.

: .t. ....: has. hitherto prevailed.t''i lawyer by profession, with something of eyes are ,filled with dirt, and all your matter which itcontains.V_ "7, Ery.New 1orl AII C. V
: ;
a national fame. front teeth are loosened. Let man The natural fora of this region em- ,DOLLARS HARVEY GRA GER. Gent Agent.
:i : and the Ad. a
The Public Printing Legal '
t ; .2". vcrtising Law. Here comes a burly, slouchy figure, have to chase his hat the entire lengthof braces all the varieties of trees, shrubs 10 THE AMOUNT OF TWO MILLION FIVE C. B. JIcCLENNY,'PROPfOR V Office Mater&Little's 1. L. EDWARDS Bt.1 A .

looking as it it had just slept out of a Pennsylvania and then cal and vines usually found ,growing in the HUNDRED THOUSAND ARF. TO BE DIS1U1BU1EU 1!
The Floridian finds the message an avenue ON tilE am FEBRUARY BY .
j V, second-hand clothing More; a huge bu'k' the of'Americd and hammocks'of Florida; here.are some or THE H'BLIC! LIBRARY OF KY.. UPON THe. : Boots and Shoes,ncayind durb.at Bt"JY _
.. 4 ., 1 interesting ,document for, democrats to Washington Italy N OK THEIR FIFTH AND LAST Notice is given to the public I1ii II have puhuc
V : ; ': d but is not entirely pleased. Itt of a figure heavy joints, large eyes, I'll then set him down as the genius of the giandest specimens hickory, gum Oct the well-known HARTRIDGE and have. V
t the MEL ROPOU HOTEL on ban L. KEENE
J half covered with an immensity of eyelids patience beside whom Moses was a and magnola'tees, and here, too, are IAN O ,

t : :j'V 63)1. embarrassed look old live oaks which if DRAWINGCERTAIN, OR MONEY A VERY LARGE STOCK OF V
ashy altogether grand they HORSE
.. J in his otherwise excellent ; ; fraud, and Job an utter absurdity.! MULES FOR
:. ,r V The governor takes, occasion to lecture a curious object, and one that: would attract VAL. could talk; look 'ns -it' they might relate REFUNDED. SLE. BAY STREET, J.'CKO 'ILL.1L

.V ; 1 mchsage ,! its attention anywhere. That man V anecdotes of the days of long long ,Those desiring_to purchase will fn it to' their advantage Dae inMILLINE.RY
V the on the subject of extravagance ago. '
legislature and attractive
I One Grand Cash Gift.-. ._____.__$150,000 to eamin this unusually
V 1 V in ordering the printing oft knows everybody worth knowing, is on Hell Located. But, :what_ to-day mates thU'region moreinteresting'than One Grad Cash fiift.__,,_._,.,...??..,... 10' stock,adapted t all uses. I a at>o receivingA ,

t I 'II V its own journals, as well,as for the despatch familiar terms with all the distinguishedmen BAKER CoUNTY, Jan. 20, 1875. V : any or 'all things else One One Grand Grand Ca Cash>h G.ft-Gift;.____,-_._-,?.._-.._,.-.: JS.ooo SOO COMPLETE OUTFIT OF .

: .. I of its regular: business as for the One Grand Cash Gilt___..____.__. a5.000 GOODS
Editor New It has been is of wild FANCY AND
I information of its constituents the pco ofthe day, was the bosom friend of South: a the great'extent orange 5 Cash Gifts, J oooeach.........____.. lao/xxj. DRE

nI .. Sumner and is of mooted question for 1800 amongstall The largest in, Florida, and 10 Cash Gifts, 14,000 each____.....140,000 BUGGIES, PHAETONS, AND, ,
( : 1 pie. This E Is all very well, but it doesi the late Senator one years groves. IS Cash(lifts. 10,001 each...._.___.._.. ofxn Has just,received from*New YorV a full ajsora-ert o
I 1UJ. i I not come with a good grace from the the oldest and most reliable journalists religionists, I believe, if there was a probably in the world,'ar found growing 2 Cash Gifts Spoo each......_-........._ looyouoa OTHER CARRIAGES, the abe.named ofihe'LATEST
: ..___..._.._._.
Cash each
when j Gift 4,000
or the executive
r V 1 head<<: department, known to this wicked century. It is literal hell and a pcrsonall1evil. saw, here, generally upon points or headlands 30 Cash Gifts 3.0 each.. ..._._..._... 10.0 90,000 or the latest V .
I :- a glance through nil the departments lake Cash Gifts, __..._....._. styles. STYLES AND FASHIONS.Abo
i into 50
the cch
Maj. Ben. Perley Poorc, of tho Boston some jcnrs ago, in a newspaper that,a extending! 2,0 JO.O
I :1 pbowtVQ: largo an outlay in carpets and iOU 100 Ch Gifts *,ooo each._........__ 10.0
J. j I costly equipments for the comfort and Journal. I remember, when a boy priest bad located bell three miles underground There are here about seven hundred 740 Gift; 500 each__._...___....IC.o FOR LIVERr SERVICE, ? '
adgent1crn'KID
500 Cash Gifts. jooci.ch........ ___. ,a fine assortment ,
old
I I .1 I convenience of their several heads. We with what) avidity, I. used to peruse the in the bowels of the earth.. Oh. acres of land 1 covered with wild orange 19.0 Cash Gifts, 5 eh__.. ,__.m, 5.0. which will b furnished

t : J V asfcert, trom long acquaintance with the thrilling tales of adventure by land and how. he was mistaken. If be had said trees; many of these acres have several SHORTEST 'NOTICE, GLOVES.My .
AT THE
.
4'1 that for the I Lift three Whole TicVets Tenth each
> subject, .two or |s<> Uav'S25. or
Qle.ason's Pictorial it was near the city of Brotherly) Love; thousand trees growing upon each acre, t*""*
: year the prices paid for legislative i sea which he wrote for Coupon |s. Tike"'5Q.For and on ihe) stock hbn purchased S tecent'y

J printing are Ics than those paid in any] and, .the True Fag( and I ,guess he would have come nearer to it. On the trees standing .so thick that their of being sold )

: ''other state, and are far less remunerative thero is hardly a reading man: of forty, Thursday night,'the llth instant, about tops form a perfect canopy over head, THO.Tickets E or. BRAMLETTE.Information add Azept and Manager. :MOST REASONABLE TERMS. LOW FRiCES.zcu .

4i : to the printer than those paid before but what has experienced the same 11 o'clock there came five devils, in the through which the sun's rays cannot Louisville. Ky -
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_j the state war., except Like a favored all others few who, the serve printer the pleasure.! Poore'is fond of good dinner fbapq of men, toa. house occupied by a penetrate. Within tho'.few years past For Ti kOt or information apply| t 6 BAER Sto're and. Mr.Manager G. M. and RITTAIN will ftiays is be my auttorbed'cnl;te Stable and see, IVil4M-

,_lj t i* 1'3.icin depreciated scrip, while every; can tell a capital story, is fun of widow lady and her children about four nearly. all these. orange grove. lands have At P. Waters Cigar : t all business| appertaining. We ItNN the Y.establi'hment. - -

dollar of expense be is put to is paid inca wit and humor, and spends his moneyin miles from Baldwin.. She had a daughter been purchased( by men, who designedto PUBLIC LIBRARY Of KENTUCKY.. Sept. ,1 11'2. "c. U-aif "D EAUT1FUL EXHIBITION

1 .h. Kome member asserted; in theL amateur farming. Ho is also Clerk about 15 years old. These devils : convert them as speedily as possible DEATH or Cov. ACTION ,
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BI.MUtTI OF CHROMOS.The
i that the cost of printcdproccedmgs SALE.
assembly Friday'
I dollars of the Senate Committee on' Printing attempted to murder them by repeatedly into sweet orange groves; and now SUCCIR APIHENu MORE FOR
hundred POSrONEMENUDIIAW1NG CERTAIN of
J was one or V FuauAly well known help Dressing taboO
I : T thereabout, when the fact is the .print takes life easy and is good for a century shooting into the house with a double there are about 545'lcres improved and a7th. V Located on te-SI Johns river and Shell road tiro miles

er's for that work barrel and pistols. Two little boy budded ,with sweet buds sixty At a metn the Trustees of the Public Library of blow city htS.i acres lnd. Beautiful. tl.EX. paLYO
charge day's was only gun orange 16,187],it was resolved that C.MBriggs. view: bouse,f airy 3,000 grapevines '

f n.251n scrip or S5.1-21 in money; and yet.That tall, soldierly'looking man. witha were sitting up in a, shed room, the acres of which bore fruit the ,past ,sea was. Esq the,who business und<-r the late Hon.of'the 1 hoc.gift E.concerts Brant'lette peach,trees 10 orange,&o figs pomegranues.fiariapas tree,tight years old,and. 10 sbribbcryin bearing has chrmo recently' ben fitted ht into n wit' some. I Ql O tt. nto

DO printer unless he intended to cheat long white mustache, frock coat buttoned mother and daughter had just retired to son.. As it is the j intention of the owners already givea rl aid of the manager Public Library of Kentucky. variety; good cistern. '*Vhis is one ot {he most desirable C an examine them and .* ": .
; his workmen and defraud the paper be and he I uthorbed to take the place made fur a bOle on the St,)ohl. Tit.good. 10 "nd see for tlsVc t
L- maker, could have done it fur Jess! close around him is tho celebrated bed. These devils: f first poured water of tho wild groves to bud all. the trees, vacant by the hereby death of &Id Bramletie.in i the manage Part ot pac money ca.n V o the man i ifl seajrch' of that gr here l4l.fw5Uclean _

_ During the session the printing office is Fernando Wood, of New York, candidate down the chimney, onted the fire' and found growing upon tho land which I ment that the oldie Brewing affair*QfthC announced and for IC gift conr.37,1875 and. property 11-03 1 if deir'C E .the MASON.premises strangei shav goei:th.r can once obtain,be&,eDUy t pll.1'

going night and tlay\: aDd even Sabbath for the Spell er bip of* the next barred the door up where the boys were. they clear, pp; w t buds selected., with sh positively and unequivocally take place on that V 1415 of toujurIal possible beadquancrs reasons, he 6td neT kimself!so4 suiieo.f that.

: :' V' : V Is may sometime be no delay.intruded And upon what, that is a'there little Congress. For a born aristocrat! ,. both They then broke in the door of the care from trees. known 'to produce,fruit dy anl witht whtee.any(urtherpostponement R. T.-DlRRET.or delay, Pres.O any. 'A.J.. \VAKEFIELDr, D., 1 1;l that any 'mart would ask for. 1P1 }
] Secretary.
Einga'ar in this (connection is that the in thought and feeling,' Wood1 past bouse, 'seized the young woman and of fine quality, and after the buds have JOHNS C.! HAS REMOVEDFrom EMJLE' MOURGEON

2 governor, ''while he lectures the 1 legisla-! career shows' that he is .won eiluUy mother, ,held ibera and choked them, grown to ponsiderable size, or perhaps Hereafter all communications relating to the jth con the corner of Adms and Lv Itrt.1 the LOUIS

.0,turoou'a'n Us extravagance in providing tbiP.duties popular with the masses: lid was boru and three of these devils violated he after they 'have borne s, few crops,' to cert pledge should myself be that addressed the drawing(a the lhl undersigned come off)'ebrr,and I Brick House. \Oe SUI PresbyiernChurch. From'Paris. fr e(1eiieJy F p
'lor of '
intelligent discharge in 1812, rocked in a Qaker cradle. andis persons of the young woman and the transplant them on 'adjacent lands, 37th 0 that every dollar paid tr tcke. ro 1-6 311'V jACKSoirnttc.V FIA. V V Island Dyeing e5tab1(4|
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Si S\. as Jaw nmkm, which hey cannot turned. C M. BRIGGS n Manager V '
V; do .without having (Ill their desks their! now' nearly GS years old. lIe commenced mother in the same little room, 10 by 12. will be seen that the outlook for a very Room imw&sw 4 Public Library Building, Louisville Ky P.. J JOHNSON, II0MaOPATIIIST' NEW ,DYEING AND SCOUR1CMENTr u.H-

i t1r: V t daily proceedings, through which, too. business as a shipping merchant Oh, helpless woman, was ,there eve large cop I of very fine oranges from :D R E. ,

I I ltIV 1 the people can only be Informed what when ho was only nineteen years. old. such demons\ this side of the Infernal Orango lake ,region i good. The following IS' FOR RENT, north Has side moved of Bay his street office,between to Mitchell's tfewnan new and building Market Lftdks, and. CentTtroen's Wearing App V

I f .V V Jefririauon I is being done, interposes a damned. then table gives an approxImate FURNISHED'O Post Office. V V *'L"CD $hwk.
.. retiring with an ample fortune! in 1850 regions or.tho They pearly opposite the .n-ut V
: defence of that outragous monopoly and I othe fine fabric most d
and cuUy
VriL.$ \ fraud known as the legal advertising lie was three times elected Mayor oiNew robbed the hen roost of the last chicken exhibit of the number of acres of orange Location Pest"Good facilities for housekeeping. for FLORIDA VIEWS FOKSYTH-STREW bttwec-

: ; V "k V V V Uw, under which there has been the York, made a very good ofilcertoo and left in the direction of Baldwin) grove land, improved and unimproved, tqqr 0 E. B. KELLOGG. HEAEADQUARTERS.WoD & BICKLE'S le streets. r '

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CITY NEWS. and by d uil"C." lIe gave'an. int. restingaccount 4 In his usual positive, wide-awake and and minute direcUons'Jur- the planting Trini.y M. E. Church.Rer. TO kE h --I I II SALE. .

= of his embarking in orange terse but forcible way followed! in the cultivation and preparation for'market Bishop J. W. Wiley D. D. .af Pteasut. i rooms cu be rested =ar d I FOR .
: : culture to the surprise and with Sc James Hol Addresn Lock box 7.P.O. _* A pretty-whin* cedar ea.blce.4 boat.t .
8ritJRDAMORNING.JKnUftrY- the commiseration general discussion and was received of one of our most. easily', raised fruits. the M. E. Church will preach at 11 A. ,.- "I Length M fret; -weight between Su aad 90 pounds.Smtiibi. .

'23. 1875. of bis neighbors, who almost with applause. Hut perhaps the most The association then embarked in the M. The public are invited. CALL far cither oa* or two penons. BuMo built,
cordially and just brought JacksoavOl. CM be Mrs a*La-
-. considered him to be insane. The Judge amusing, and not the least interestingor discussion i of the preparation oC fruit for 'w At C 1 Smith's Music Rooms aM see'the finest deken's boat houx. ; i-3j-tt .

Religious Directory. Invited any in the audience to 'visit useful of all the doings of the fort- market,more time for the consummation ,In .Short Organ COu"tlatdt. n-iSif

Hinder lhi.)ead we w81 p )Ui. every Saturday his place and inspect orange trees whichhe noon, was the closing of discussion: of their report having been given to the -On Thursday a'car load of Kentucky STUPENDOUS SACRIFICES s ALE O.f' LOTS. *Vn i3't

e tuck odd notices Friday of Sabbath)services] u may be had .raised from the' seed, and not by, J.:' II. Fowler from Port Orange. committee.; beef arrived consigned to the Messrs. Daily, ,b! and momentarily disposed o a die AiaaecthgluNcuYoeb city '..' lTHIV

tlD_til a by.4-l presbteriae Church-<". W. H. exceeding 23 years of age thaf now' His quaint and comical description,with Mr. A.:I*. Beach ,azft. Col..IL.lbrt Haddock and Howell & Smith. 1'14t C..n. SOOTHE.B L, -"AtARUCNTON

) ratlDl' Services at tt a. M. aad 1 P. M. were holding on their branches the sound sense and about were the principal speakers whose BLUFF ASSOCIATIONDecided
1)4e. _, Prcabyt mn Church-Rev. E. W.Pastor. more oddity -Col.! Perry, Supervisor of Internal "IC
Ocean ? Servicesmt tt *. M. and rH r. M.: thaq thousand' the' aiked. Eccrr w to II Oothfof.Gentlemen's Underwear i ;'*-K
three oranges to the tree. equally intermingled, constituted 'one replies to questions ; made an has pe M offer ai -
Revenue been in
npil t. Church-Preaching at II a. m and 7 town lot the past Cloak*.TaImu"Cover
ID' the Rev J. F. peiice. He spoke most enthusiastically in regardto : of the most pleasant and useful features t'Xceedinglynlusble' 'episode In the fonrorfiveilays. '. -" lets,Trunks,Vaf oc. and Fur Hats,and myriads PUBLIC SALEijIfjON
PnJtetunt Uuval head
street,
p.St'&r} ,-, H. Vlcltcr,Episcopal Rectw. Sunday services it the certain profit of orange culture. of the whole meeting.The association.It of other articles 100 numerous to mention at vrrj tmfrictt. .

orand. R.I Ti Mdaisy.. at i '..; IFnda,' I. lie exhibited .1OI specimens of the forenoon having been entirely being announced'that the Governor T.Th: schooner Eliza Bennett will ._ '- ll-Htf THE 17th OF FEBRUARY 1875.H
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A. Mission crkc Sundays sthis'
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IJroo\.l Port V .
morning Tib
Some lot their V J
.L .iidy' School at 11- K. Mission Schools in Texas pecan cut together with some consumed in the discussion of the.first. and Legislature were in waiting they Orange. ONLY CALL. *c. -
P.'j 'ia aJId st JkIUflVU.II AM Services in. aboard I Isee as others have done,and be convinced that Cheaper DESIRABLE PROPERTY"Three ii
fruit after the business escorted in the committee and ?
transaction of
IIrookJ'1 ktoaville vri' Subdayal S P. II. peeImen5Vofthearne of his own topic, some were by i '
outla K. E.coiierdLvaliRJ Bargains can.be obtained,and with sa &. ; "f..
bodilt Epi..copal( )) the of greater miles below .
announcement the
SI. PauI S t.I Sewnaa streets. Rev.J. B. F.upatnck: raising which was in size and color matters the Association adjourned.AVTEUNOON the front seats given to their use. .Ken- I Polite and attentive salesmen'to opon every one, Jacksonville.peciI '
who
Inducements wilt be orltred to purchasers
P of Church and Began streets, vastly superior, and mentioned the cultivation I- SESSION' They were i welcomed in/a: few well tucky Public! Library Association relative I great and small,at Tan ChAT SOOTHUX BAZAAB. wilt erect booses thereon during the coning year..*i
Ll Band*,corner to the death of Governor Bramlette. _._ tf Farther particulars will be given on the tay of SaIL
Jjd
*-. Sir hildea P tw- Services every Sunday of the pecan tree as ono of the A paper by James A. Harris, of Orange chosen remarks by the president. 11-14 By erdcr oftbe.J

1i.rnjngat t.ruioaary I. clock aptist: evening Churvb at S. Duval be- most profitable of all industries that can Lake, had. been assigned aa the The Governor respond briefly butTery ,-The little steam yacht Daisy makes ; OMETHING NEW. MJ ui EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE.
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Lanra'..nd W P corner, ILrteta.Church KccvJiJkuwn.and >e.'nan Puc.or.rCCII uecFazbc -. be followed in Florida. first business, ( .the, afternoon. But fittingly assuring the 'associationof the river lively with her streamers and Chinese That beautiful and Japanese,new goods:and ,rare jnst opened couecuon at J.of U.India Bur., DENNETT HOUSE V.J :

(&tblIC tUt1U. Earl Y Jo&SIat f 34! Hh Mass at,.M; Upon motion, after some necessary! when the Association was called to order ,the cordial sympathy' the overn flags and .her shrill whistle. In their ton' store,Bay street. 11-19 tf ) ; : ;

II'CS9"J'ldftflt. Bro"l-1yn.near S. F"rbanV M* announcement* the Association adopted Mr. Harris not putting in an appearance ment, in the good workin, which it was haste to greet the re-appearance of the PORT ORANGE. FLA.,

de"1ia. W liat Coflhi..1Iy..W. ,t'aator.er of Pine andUnlon streets.wShmgum ., 10 A. M., to 1J P. )t., and 7ito, 10 P.M., Mr.Adams,while the audiencewere engaged, then, 'on account of serious sun last-Thursday, they hoisted the flag H.Fehrenbacn AT,Proprietor"THE WEST.,will bead END. the choicest By MRS. BENNETT & MRS. 'OOB'Bifr I

Re'. C. tiP.Ietbod1st.hi''altIb, ) "rect. Rev J. R. as the hours of meeting, and' then ad- waiting. gave a ,short descriptionof indisposition deputed to Rev. W.. W. top-side down, but managed to 'keep liquors in the city. Imported Bass Ale,Choice Milwaukee This new house is'_ready receive loeMs. %It is

Scon.Mr&caa-I'a "*-_____-__ journed. the very large wild and improved Hicks, a member of 'the. House from the boat right-side np.Geo. Bottled Lager Beer,Ale.Belfast Ginger Ale, comfortably fur throughout,and h apalle of accommodating
TilE EVENING SESSIOX. the borders of Lake Dade the task of the wel- and wines of all kinds. Scuppemong Wine a prime 24 guests No pains will be spns.odwake to
--' groves on Orange replying to M. Smith.threatens to give a article for' the table satisfactory to Us patrons.. ,
invalids for .
Last Day. a specialty. Liquors country
The Very nearly at 7j r. M., the hour appointed in Marion county. V come received.' musical excursion to Pal atka. one of trade and family, use constantly on hand. ra-jtf The schoonerELIZA V

As a mistake Wcs prevails that the for adjournment, the Association Mr Hariis still not appearing, Mr. C. Mr. Hicks proceeded,- in a short and these days. We have not room to say I BENNETT

f Fruit Growtrs' A5ioci on.LAS clqsedits was called to order, and gave their B. Dibble, of Rosewood, near Cedar elegantly. expressed, i..,&.,dreS8, to account more about it now, but refer our readers FREE LUNCH. i win leave' Foster's wharf.Jacksonville fcr Port Orange I: I

, session, we wih to draw special attention to a carefully prepared and Keys, gave.a description of the route tor the limited number of legislators to Smith's Bulletin for the particulars. Blanclc is the earne but ntt blank is the place .Fresh once 1 ia two weeks.aflu din< parties pleasant and

ituntion to the fact that it will continue exhaustive paper on the cultivation of thither by Rail from Baldwin giving in present and to respond heartily to the Free Philadelphia lunch from and II Milwaukee till i o'clock.Lager The Beer best on of Draught.liquors safe facilities AccomnrodaiioBs.fcr reaching For that pankulnis pUc spply ComfortableCabin at

in cession this morning, beginning at Cuba Tobacco in Florida, by lIon C. a few graphic sketches a very good picture cordial welcome received. Our space -The sale of lots at Arlington is an only, kept at"Henrys Retreat," Bay street west of r Corner Bay and Hogan BOBBINS"streets.GUN JackMantltev SHOP,Fla. '.

: tbe osnal hour-10 A.). II. DuPont1 of Gadsdcn county. In 'former of each succeeding section. Mr. and time do not suffice to give in full which should be embracedby Laura. __,_ V V l5'tf .Due notice of the uae of arrival.dcpartara
opportunity .
the schooner wil) be given the paper.s 3 3 a
----- Gadsdcn and the Dibble then in fair the words of Mr. Hicks' address TREE.
years, adjoining proceeded a most as we all who desire a winter home in the
The State Fruit Growers' Convention. counties were noted for the success and candid way as a man who had would like to do. It expressed in the A view of those elaborate carvings,beautiful porce HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES.
in the
pleasantest of J ackson.jte.
legion vicinity lains.Florentine mosaics and rare lacquer ware.just "
WEDNESDAY'S SESSION.This which attended this special culture travelled in all of the most forcible language the strong
extensively parts sym- ., We have been over every rod opened atJ.I.Burtons. store.Bay street .13-19 tf .

Asw'iai'"n roimntnced its es- Judge DuPont gave a full historyof United States, to give a description of pathy of all parties in the legislaturewith of ground embraced in. the tract named COUNTRY FIRMS PROMPTLVSUPPLIED VV, VERLr HOUSE, .

won in Nation! Hall in this city on the introduction there of this crop the country in Levy county, and his effort the work of the association, and and can conscientiously recommend the With the best Groceries in the Market by Wm.Rich. JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA.

Wednesday the iJOth day of January, and of the uniform success, in just pro- was received with great favor. lIe promised that any wholesome legislation locality.as a place to reside. lOr cash.. iot tf The "FumiOA Ho.." having been rcatodctej
largely notwith- to the which fur required would be and refurnished,will hereafter be known as the.\- .
anti) WAil attended quite : portion care given, along affirmed that in his opinion, notwithstanding unanimouslygiven. PRIVATE BOARD. House. .
-The TerlT
Hon.
6Undin: the uncomfortable state of the period before the war had always the general notion of the arid Mr. Hicks1 remarks were received Oscanyan, the well known A few persons can be accommodated with good boardin TERMS-;-$3.00 per day. '1'1
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weather. attended it. It was, -ns the Judge and sanely suil of Florida, there was as with the same emphatic applause Oriental lecturer, and for many years a quiet family by applying to the subscriber,at the Hadtlen day.J.J.OMpORrSLD. House_ ,Atlantic City.N.J. ...
Turkish Consul General in New corner Cedar and Beaver .
York s.rec.uaS Proprietor
Little except preliminary: business said, "a poor man's crop," requiringlittle good land to be found in Levy county which attended every step of the reception. tf WI,.STm-rsox. s.93m, *.. '

was attempted in the forenoon. Such original investment in means, but in any State in the Union. Mr. Dibble '. is among us on his way up the river. Drawers and Undershirts very cheap.at EL'CK'S.T. t.

portion <,f the journal as reft-rred to the repaying in full and with very great certainty closed with a strong and stirring appealfor After some other.welcoming. remarks- Cannot our citizens, combined with our BUY BOOTS WITHA. .
numerous visitors at the diflerent hotel K.PERCTVAL'S stamp upon them. They are superior HOUSE .
officers and regular Committees of the the care and labor bestowed. Its the support of the Fernandina line from Gov. Read and others, the association to aD others. 1031 tf MONCRIEF 'f

Association was read, the reading of the cultivation in Gadsden, at one time, ot steamers as absolutely necessary to listened to C. Drew Esq., charmanof extend to this distinguished litterateuran Cor.Pine and Fcnyth streets,OPOsxICVr1ZSt National
invitation to entertain for least FINE CHAMPAGNES.Just Bank, .
remainder of U>e journal l, which had long worked a very noticeable change in the secure that fair competition which is the the select committee appoinited to at received of ,
30 cases Imported Champagnes the
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA,
with his
been before the public ill the publication financial condition of the whole section very life of business.Mr. memorialize congress* in reference to one evening unique descriptionof brands Mumm's' >, Moet& Chandon Pommery(sec), '
fcr This home t in entirely new
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Oriental life and now open guests.
..t the proceedings of the former meet- and gave competence and ease to a large IIarri being on hand th.n readan the establishment of botanical garden manners. Roderer, Dclmoaico's Piper & HeioV>ieck. Ernest throughout and will remain open till May 1st. ,
Iltroy & Co., Krug & Co.. in and half "
in" was di.-jn'iist'd 1 with.It class tit small 'farmers that, without it, able and carefully prepared paperon within the confines of Florida, who reported quarts pints EVANHAINES..
: BEST EEEF IN THE MARKET, pints for sale by the case or'wale at Proprietors SEASIDE HOUSE. :-
was prupoftirif( to, din upon the regular would have buff rM. He recommended: the "natural orange groves of Florida a very appropriate memorial for Weighing 474 Ibs. wilt be sold fur ten cents per pocad. j-aa tf Bsrretwi's RESTAURANT.OH. 13-9 3m Atlantic Cry,N.Ji:

: Committees.for reports, but t1n' it as H regular crop on suitable land in ," consisting of a succinct but com adoption. Mr. Drew accompanied his at the Famous Tennessee reef Stall,south end .r
the market. Also, Sausage Meat, SIrE BeautifUl Silk Scar&,in variety of color,at BUCKY'S.
ao cents pound
liaJ an opportunity to confer Middle Florida. of the different varieties with and : per ;
some feeling
not having any pait prehensive history report .very Purk.15 cents per pound. .CHAS Su".. Just received at Bettelini's Restaurant ao cases uf excellent ,

e., together. th fall \\'atS deferred. Judge l31.. White, of the Middle then a short reference to the portions touching allusions to some of the eminent I' _ _ t-aj tf imported French brandy,part of the vintage "THE CLARENDON HOTEL, -

C. Drew, E q., the Treasurer, an-, Circuit, followed with a short and stirring of the State where wild groves botanists who had given special OFFICIAL DRAWING OF THE CHARLESTONART 1797 and. 1850. This is highly recommended for invalid GREEN COVE SPRING, FLA -
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: nounml the names of several new member oral discussion of the topic, agreeing most abound, then a description of the attention to this state, such as Barttam, ASSOCIATION. i-3 -

I whn had complied with the condit'mn in the main with Judge Dul'out, but methods used by himself in transforminga rerrine and Chapman.The FKIOAT MOZMNG,Jan 21. GOOD NEWS Is now open (or the season. _, ,> ,(jo. {

and notice from him minor in and memorial C1..us 52. Mineral Waters Imported Vichy and German Seltzer TERMS,J4.PER. DAY .-< L
(,l the Constitution gave differing on points wild into a sweet grove with some report were accepted _
i 31-i j-35-56-63--36--11-47 -a- 10--10--33 for sale by glass or bottle at Bettelini's Restaurant,
; that: opjrmunitieS of becoming luctnLm reference to the best methods of cultivating reasonable but convincing estimates of and adopted and the memorial FRIDAY EVENING.Jan.at. Bay street, near "ftjce. 12"17I I Special arrangementby tfce w,li/ i.BelongiiM .

would be given before, after and the crop. He said Cuba tobacco the common profits of orange culture. placed on the table to receive signatures.Col. CLASS 153. I I to.and cosvrolldd exclusively by this HCH-

lictu-een) the meetings and all were in- could be raised on land adapted to its Among other things, Mr. Harris men- Dancy then gave a very good 6.857t3345822206215':9 OUR ENTERPRISINGFriends I tel,is the Green CoYe. V' **
1-13 tt _ _ Messrs. Gato 4. Co.,have seemingly spared no '
ritfd to assume D1cmherbip.A cultivation, any sandy land with clay tioned that Col. Mart iff in Marion county -: talk on the subject lemons and guavas, AN EXCELLENT HOMESTEAD FOR SALE.I expense in introducing the handsomest soda blntain'' .'A\_V4RM 'SULPHUR- SPRING. .....

resolution inviting the Governor, subsoil, but no "lazy" man thould have had a wild orange tree growing out I giving great prominence to their desir- offer my homestead with,if dei'tred.two.three or evtr set up in this city.. It is admired by everyone and V b'ittedupwid V .,: V

bill Cabinet and the members of both anything to do with it, as although requiring with exposure to air and sunshine, from ability. fcur acres adjoining land,the whole now set with the the soda from it is pronounced by all the ladies to be HOT COLD. PLUNGE. AND, 1\tJ3U' L'ld

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jmrstist: **.il1n of the Association, was care and attention, and it must be given bearing capacity of these trees. The I Curtis, of San Mateo formerly of Lou' pecuniary inability improve the place as it deserves. BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS HARRIS & Af PLEGATEtDec. .
Forty or fifty of the orange trees will undoubtedly bear Will find a complete assortment of lumber dressed ..1,1874. 12:1rop, .-
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telegraphed when needed. excellent and excited isiana who minute and _
then adopted and the stme was paper was an one i gave a comprehensive in the coming S. The whole place offers the best and undressed mouldings shingles etc.at the Depot '

to Ihe Governor At Tallahassee. After discussing topic, the subject great interest. i comparison of Florida and chance in the vicinity of Jacksonville for a it-a Lumber Yard. Orders to be delivered,at, landings on PRIVATE, BOARD. ,.',. :";-J

Another reso'.utioo inviting the Mayor of grape culture in Florida was introduced Rev. J. S. Swami then occupied the Louisiana in their adaptability to the hotel with spacious grounds,o"a circle of fen the River receive_ especial.attention. ::
who wish live In vicinity,as the grounds will easily Address LorisJ. BBCSH. THE STICKNEY. HOUSED ..*
and members of the City Council alsoto by :i l.rief and modest, but clear time for a few minutes in enlargingupon cultivation of cane. t z
admit of into three four private residences -
attend the meeting was .iiuj! >ttul.Up aud lively paper by E. II. Mason, of the necessity of available means The paper of l Mr. Curtis excited great ,In a wholesome b.IO and every way o drstrable locality. VICHY AND KISSE. GE. . .. .BrMES,9.'A., bAY/.-' <1-J'
wn motion, after requesting the ration this county. On this occasion, as i is for drying fruit that could not have interest and as much discussion as the _- J. S. ADAMS. Many on rising in the morning complain of a head Good board'at reasonable rates. .1\ 4ji5 '.*
ache stupid. A&b-. Vichy Khcengen for those dewing to male* fpci->
or feeling or Liberal made
terms
CoRjnutlee the Estculive usual for him, Mr.Mason stated in plain transportation exhibiting specimens of time would permit and then was laid V .
to report to IT WILL MAKE YOU LAUGH. from"Tuff'a" Mammoth fountain in La Favoria cures mancnt .,. : .. ; !'!.

CoiuiuJUee the progress of tlieirtu clear terms, his practical experience and various kinds of fruit and vegetablesdried upon the table for future. discussion. Just received at Hettetini's Restaurant, 10 cases fine all! such ui>i Icasant sensations. 6-ij-tf :

$ine> 4 the Asujcialiou adjouruej to Liso\vn conclusions therctroni, so as to by a machine that could .be purchased when opportunity offered. Imp oU Topaz Sherries; 5 cases imported Hun OIDDELL HOUSE, : .; :,

3 o'clm-k r. t..FTIIZNOQN. in ale LLj too brief discussions very acceptable. for $200 complete. Upon motion the association having caa Absinthe; 10;cases 5 cases Sautee Swiss:Vermouth Constantly;.5 on cases hand Swiss the MARINE INTELLIGENCE.ARRIVALS FERNANDINA. FLAl; 'l"l! 1

8ES IaY.T Upon motion the Association then accepted an invitation to ..i'it.tbe. place delicious Scuppernong Wine,Tinted at Chattahoochee ,,' } '.,'"-'
AND CLEARANCES AT THE PORT OF
.1 assembled }ureua.ntI I A. I. Bid well followed Mr. Mason in :tdjo ut-ned. of Mrs. Alex )Mitchell and to melt Gen. b Got. Martin.. 12-23 t JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. SAMUELrT. RlDlKi,'P. cwitioii:'*

f'> adjiurt 3uefl(4 L're4dent Ui.-LriD in a hart practical relation of his own EVENING SESSION. Sanford socially in the evening, adjourned GREAT EXCITEMENT ARRIVALS. -i. >;.r<*fl iiiJTSMaguificzirsdriveot ,| '
session of the Association
the Chair and Iroctkd'with the-call confidence' In grape growing as destined The evening to ten o'clock AM. on Saturday. Over the political canvass, but"&t over Rich's Jan.ao,sch Katie Coo'.Haig. % :,Cuba. eighteen miles on 'te linG
Atlantic Beach. .
Dictator. Charleston.
been devoted to bear- Jan. 31 sir Vogel. i.- .1
having previously splendid assortment groceries .1 J
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upon tLc various Oruwittees for theirr'poils to become a leading and a profitable industry t Jan. 31,sch.Hattie Carol iloore.N Y.CI..ARAIICL .RdrcshiJl&scabrceza. -
resident members ,.
the oral of
those Tmn of the Slate. Mr. I). having submitted ing reports V GreatSouthern Railway. WHAT DO YOU THINK OPEN SUMMER AND'WINTER. *
on portalioa and in the various sections of the State In wish get the genuine Havana Cigars ,'an.so,sch. Hel.-n M Condon McCarty N. Y.Jan. BOAlfD: : i :Jfli-
Lazic2iia only himself to interrogatory, quite aeatecbi.m Mr. Jesse Foster of the trustees I you t Impre .30,Sir City Point Fitzeerald.Charleston. '
; resplludinp one _
I regard to attractions and capacities and Smoking Tobaccos,step in t L FAVORITA.It 'Ian.ax.sch Amelia Ann. Vargas.Na.5aIJ. N. P.. Per day...-.;,.. .-1--ito.
The report of tbeCuwmiilfc on Trinsportation was propounded u him by localities almost of the Great Southern Railway Company do.t make any dfrene whic'd. You will '|aD.2Isch. S. F. Seabury. Parker, Now York. Perw"k.&om, i 5>a to$is 0IIi"
their
various in the! audience and a of own was exclusively : also find good domestic Jan.13,sen J.G.Drew, WacWiD.NewYork.METEOROU1CIC.L ; Satisfactory arrangements made with families. I
wag rpaul hr Mr. Adams.: the I j person. occupied for that purpose. left here Thursday for New York. czn. 1't Fine livery accommodations- ,'-; '. 'j'I--t-tf :

('hircan. aadcao litU'd of an calainj /=- : caX amount and variety of practical lion. Wm. Edwards, with mote than lie has made quite an extended tour TAXPAYERS. TAKE J\OTICF RECORD. -, ,

ujr-Ki the iicixtttutice of the generalI"tuL.c1uiI1ng information was elicited usual effect and interest set forth the. through the state, and has carefully and nil tit hut wik/or tAr Jafmtnttojctt w<"Mml Observations taken at 7 A 4 M a r. if.and g P... RIVERSIDE .HOUSE,' .
Additional cots,as Ihry tt advertised daily,by the Signal Service U. S.Army,in this city .
buLls fail and watercomuiunkaLLn Hon. W. K. Cessna, of Gainesville; inducements quietly been making investigations: into f.tli'1 .. .
manifold attractions and Formejry Rochester House,) .
ntjcttetek axJlj / S o.c JO < (
[i. a Mirivyof ficiljiixfor Alacbua county then closed the discussion our different branches of industry, and t c.ll. o | r 2. '. !. g !
which his own beautiful 1 county of Ala- Junre no ditcrttien and will tt couretisdt.advvrthsall JACKS3NV'ILLE.FIIRIDA..
tii! cotiKrurlloi: ) of tv< fVi .fImprorfiucot '& : with an account of his own opinion, chua is continually holding out to all while cautious and'reser\'td: in his manner nttfaiJft.tkat. ti. J"f f 1- is? ? ? II Jff-orrx no ovEMira 1'0..JIA'I., ..f
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lliX: exist in tliii Stii.le.e e .iLli a presentation of the conclusions that will come and enjoy them. and remarks goes away thoroughly .-a PHILIP WALTKB.Collector. IS75.l:i ?. o leI 3 ._ I= ">. 'i I: ::r The ondeniencd J.L.Sco .one of the proprietors''J

The lUuIate uwc .iiy of Ltltqqatl to which he had been Jed in reference to condition impressed with the idea that this is not MRS. DR. : I -- f -3 : ;. of the franklin Hove Htghgate?prhip Vermont
Col. IIndi-eothpn set forth the CtSTAR. Tues. 39 NE Fresh CTdy ancl\V. H.Goudncb.far year* therewith connected a*
SO 93 0.03
19 30
: Aid p rmueat tnin.-poit.uiou to the the best grapes for culture in this Suite and: rapacity of Duval county in only the place fur men of means, but Medical Adviser fur Ladies aD'children,offers her Wed. 30 9.7 0.27 49 77 N Fresh 0.00 CTdy clerk.&c.,bez leav. to announce to their finends.taken and the

'futxtss of iu'livkJaal fruit growers aDd and the best methods of planting, pruning his for those of moderate means and the services t those who may b suffering from,various 4.** a 30-3S 30.37 .53 S 73 77 NE N Fresh Fresh e eon co rely CIVr above those about House to and vt-it shall Floriua.do their thai best they r.make have it a.a.o-
own peculiar 9
way. diseases,and also gives the Teeth. '
to the growth u f the 1tate. U-JM alluded und training the vines. lIe agreed man to come'and hire. lie is also spiate t Thu. 31 7 30.30 46 92 N Gentle 0.00 C-Vy to those boarding with them. _nb.I .
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Judge UillU, of Putnam county thengave poor Residence corner Dnval an Pl streets. i-ao t 2P n 56 8i E Gentle 'o.oo CTdy The house b pleasantly simated on the *
to, and the need o[an itvid-jwodcnt sy-. essentially with )JC! ri. Mason and Bid- considerate and well convinced of the necessity and value of -* 7 ]. 52 86 E Gentle 0.00 Cfdf St.Johns river, onlykfive minutes walk fine west view from anrf the. ;
a mo t Calm Railroad Depot and comnjanuin a op
NO RING! LOW HONESTY t Fri. r i 30.19 51 93 0.00 foggy
tern of Commerce and truo iinrtilMu well that the bunch grape for table use, balanced report of the character and the Great Southern Railway and says I the motto:Rich's emporium.PRICE lo-ai t 2 30.16 ,53. 93 S 0.00 Fair] down Your aile.m.er and is of sofoctcd the:IOJ\'OIIDdlnc: Add.isscxrr CIOIIDbJ.- ..; J

was dwelt upon and the leading features were the most profitable vines. Mr. condition of his own beautiful section.i those connected with it have been ex- Barometer corrected for temperature and elevation. patronage, a'GOODRICH.

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of a proper State policy upon the subject Cessna said thai he had been largely) J. II. Fowler then portrayed very remel]can.tious! .in_ their representations STOP! MY FRIEND, STOPIDon1 HOTEL ARRIVALS. Or L.St,Scott, lighpte" Springs- Jacksonville Vt.V llorida.. u ..

were t-nriiueratwl. The report was guided in his jbelection of varieties by and the characteristics in regard to this ,enterprise, and that it squander yoU money. These a hard times -
vividly amusingly special and Grant elected a third tern who knows
accepted aad adopted. observing the different kinds that flourished of Yolusia county and did it. will stand a thorough examination, when i the hard i C end. Ge .11. Smith,the METROPOLITAN HOTEL-J.B.TOGNI. Peon.CoiFLDancy.W TaImas and Peedee Jackets at BUCKETS, ," :, -
tme..i .
S Upchurch. Fla W St cr, .
Th report uf the Committee on Gar in the native hammocks, and mentioned most effectively.E. : which he has given: it. Music Dealer,oa Bay street,b made provision for city: AJ Beach,H D Skinner C Giles; ,Tbhaliey; '" ', :
dl11ing"a'i that be bad found in the ham V We would rather have thc good opinion these hard times and can sell yon a Piano Forte or Palatta; C M Vinson, Thos Homer.E R Page. Boston SPORTSIAND '<:" : ,iTOURISTS,
Mr. A. J.
presented '
by K. Foster then gave a glowing Organ far about ,w-Aaf the usual price. ; Ceo Fenerrie R W Clements,Ceo B WUliamsm,
Beach, and read by the Secretary. It mock in Alachua, wild grapevine that and endorsement a man like Jesse a 1tf Ga; Chas H WaltoD.W S Hacks,Taflabassact Chas 4
and attractive picture Orange county Little John Gould John Rowe,chas E Mass,Bur. 'Ui i
consisted measured one foot in diameter of stem. Foster than a: hundred, of those who A A EIlc wood.J WShaKer.S M
of a short, plain and clear as a locality for settlement and for advantageous BUY YOURSELF A HOME.A lesque -Troupe Madison; L lasses L Howell, Win find good board and other accommodations
Bimtion of a practical gardener of LU Mr. Cessna's descriptions and i illustrations occupation challenged comparison come here sight-seeing. Gen.Alberger, YI.U-St.John'river j& ered for sale. Gamble.N Y J H Fowler.: Itt Port Maurice Orange, Fla; J F Lancaster, reasonable prices at '. ,, i .
desirable methods of training i knows is the of 1U: B F Grady. E R & Co'. Still: B J Baker,J P& ,
own experience, and of the conclusions of the with any other jx rtioh of the whom we suppose everybody One of the must desirable places in vicinity Jack M R R: Ceo J Carrr Woodstock; J R Hutton Philadelphia JAMES M. FOR'S, ?/
to *tlca hit own mind had been led and pruning vines were very successful one of the principal parties interested in sonvflle, containing 38 acres-about 8 acres'ready for : J W Sherman, Providence; Wm Ro.oa.Utica. PAUETI'\STATIOY.'
by State. The address,of Mr. Foster with j i planting. For particulars apply at the ctg.rorT NY: Or-J A Pacetti. Cuba; W M Edge. Dr H W ROSEWOOP '.
tar i practical A mentionlutving and well received. the Great Souhern Railway, also left for .New SOOTH. Cdge.Indian Springs. Ga: F A Looms, Mrs A A '
experiment. candor and fairness 45tf miles J5ym'tCedar
its ability, fluency I.oomi-1 Miss C Loomis.C C Curtis, Chicago C W A. C fcWVl.T.Co's R. R.K*
irrigAtioQ The discussion closed ibe xcr- New York at the same' time. We are --- *- : 3U f!Jf
occurred ia the report grape made a fitting termination of -a very C W \vriKht.ThomasUe. Ga; las A Harrn Ocala, 'Yhtslsafine V it fcciag situated
cises of and i- secured house STOCKHOLDERS* MEENG. Fin; J A Akins.ApalachicoUr C Stewart.Quincy; place for Sportsmen .
upon the motion to adopt the report an evening usefully practically profitable session. glad to know that be has a A special meeting of the stockholder*of the Tip Warren Pemacola F. A GUlespie.Troy. Y: otilbebuirdersOfthCeeiebfltCdu.
a discastidQ spent, and upon motion, the Association here and will soon return with his Jack Capt Geo .W .Scibert. Lake CIty J. S Anthony. B C '
&ro e upon too acce& Upon motion the ,Association then ville Gas Ugh Cmpny..i be held at the office of Pierce Mass V GULF HAM'MOtCK: ] .

lit) and propriety irrigation, to which adjourned. adjourned. family to make this hi ii home": H.H. Hue?.0 Saturday,th 2Jd day of Jan.,i2j MONCRIEF HOUSE. EYAHS & HAITO PROPS.. .

,Me* r?. oljjasoii4 Danry Jtardc and THCKSUAT'8 6ESSIOX. }'nID.Y'S SESSION. A few1 more of the same stamp of a 3 p.m.,'a-purpose o transacting such business A E Symmes, Louisville,K Y; Francis 1 Weston, Abounding ta aO kinds of pat.aDd has aos. .bee*
by hunters.
before N Woodskle and wile overrun
M brought John F.Rollins. Fort George; e, I
ben, participated. On account of the At the appointed hour of 10 o'clock, The association having assembled: men wouldn't hurt the prospects of may Prp1.1 tm.H. H. How. Brooklyn. Y; 'G E .j ighter.Mrs Righter and chitJ, Those looking for -'
Passipany. N J E W Swann and wife,Boston; A A
Jacksonville.
; 'LANDS
interett developed by the diecuskion, in the President called the meeting to or- the usual bour, when an announcementwas V / Secretary,Board of Directors. Suiomo*. Savannah; Miss Hannah Evans.Mew Mary SUGAR ORANGE OR VEGETABLE ;

% the mUter of irrigation, the motion to der and announced the continuation. of made that the Governor and a portion i Educational ..Meeting.We Jacksonville,, FtaJaa u, "7S. 1-13 tdm Kirby.Racers Philadelphia Atlantic City;,N Alexander J; H Hellock Henry,wife city and;child D U, Will find it to their the interest Gulf to Hammock take a look Lands before an 1ocaII*ncWxedly I

.adopt was la'K1 upon the table, that the4iSCflsion the discussion of Solon ,Robinson's! excellent of the Legislature were in town, call ;attention to;the educational Chicago. jag elsewhere the RICHEST as IN FLORliIA .- i
each daSy.
and in the of the forenoon would Mail and Express train pasting 'way.. I
might'be renamed yvben op. upon'tfre Great West and course wIll I1c6cwood
paper meeting that occur in theM, stops at the bone
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POrthnlty might present. Florida compared with ex-Governor visit the association. Thereupon a committee E. Church in the rear of the St. James FIRST NATIONAL BANK ,LevyPRIVATE .,.. .IS7..tI.i;_- I,

A paper was then ie oli to great ac' n? Reed as the first speaker;'to be"the first consisting of Messrs. Sanford, at S P: M. to-morrow. Bishop Willey : ..' PHOTORPHS .t OF FLORIDA. 1

t&tiQo by Solon draw- business in order f' Cessna and Codrington, was appointedto Tint das Pictures of ali BOARD J .'.. ;
Robinson :
i Esq.* will preside and Rev. R. S. Rust and k'VCD'S JACKSONVILLE.: .- !
V inS &ompari Oll between Florida and Governor Beed tbok the stand and for attend Governor and Legislature G4Y. others will address the meeting. All ; ;, Tie ,*' .11Wl1 rHtnf1 tktSlatf.
the* and half entertained the and to the DleeUn llI H L.RK, \ l
great West tbs for the location an hour a
u place interested are invited. .f : ., : ..>:: )
of with amusing as wen as .inter'tling The association then proceeded with. V 'Exchange SaYallnahnd New York soldfand Exchange
a pleasant town. The paper ijce an V on A few large roomS with 6ni-cla board.' .
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ffffc one of the fairest most candid and account of some' of his own- ex* the regul,of1 r.of.tbe jneetlig. 'Orange 'Property for1;S te.- n2A DISCOUNT OF TEN PER CENT. oa all Northern points bought : ,* ; -, ) :
AT CURRENT RATES. RIVER VIEW. -
ow'st compreheoMre coiuparisoris of perience in the West. lie then went on A paper on strawberries, by George We call attention to the advertisement Win be made t all task customers at Geo. M.Smith's FINE- V : i

diffrrent set tboai of cuuntry. but the to compare the relative o 1'ag l "n8 Burnside at his request, as not being offering a half interest in ,one of the Music Store 6n Pianos and Organs unless parties/M- DIRECTORS AND STOCKHOLDERS: V :D Ll'Wtr ? -
itmfy tt ttetftit such cases it wilt be fumed 11_. srUi .Jtf"" I IroU
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wclokion wa that notwith t.&ndi g. and discouragements, to the new comer able to attend, was read by Mr. Adams. most desirable orangg properties in this into the ri/iut City Treasurer'* hands tor distribution"among Ftrtif, JOHN CLADK Esq.,' V : .

the vastly wiperfor$ fertility( its soil; to in either of these two sections; and the The paper was clear, terse and comprehensive. state. The sale is determined upon for the poor, _ 1* 30 tfr Hon.haLo F.RnoKGTow..E.Snxvix,Esq., C.W.A.A FAIKCHILD JIcLiAJt; Esq, sq.>. TUIE DAILY AFTER. I I .-

be "uodi&the West unexampled work, .wa so ably done and in so ra rand and so entirely practical in its. the reason that the'owner U getting too SAM'L REMINGTON,Esq., DAMON GKUNLIA.Esq., t Address. '.' ri -". ,
THINGS
I NEVER SAW SUCH BEAUTIFUL w.C.Svzies, Isq., W. M. KOSTWICK Esq.
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: PIii&lity of the climate oi Florida make pbUosopbic a spirit as to command nature as to command' universal approvaL -. much':on his hands for one- -man to han BEFORE! September 26.1174NEW .-*-.y.. i ; :l .. C-ILHUSTED. .

Jt la connection uiih Iu existing in- the'undivided attention and. universal It will serve as a manual to the I dIe with ease and profit.gpjjt Is the exclamation of person* of taste o u V V .: SiIicbcla*....

when it in ihe those Asiatic Rarities at the Chinese store oa By .- JacIIsr4ITii3c.P:I :.; j
a 'tkntl, one of the most desirable commendation of the whole Association.It practical grower _appears ADVERTISEMENTS.. 1t.a53lL :
,Port Orange. street,between Laura and Pine. ..'9 r r ., ,,; '-- ji j
lncaIit1ea uULin his knowledge. This !is to be hoped that the Governor will publication of the journal., V J' .H E i

f-per WM rend with gr at. listi flAdion. give, for publication tin exact reprodatUon' A paper on figs, by Z. U. Mason of The Bennett House, at. Fort Orange THE PARE FOR SALE." : MELLONVILLE V... :, : : j jtP I

8 Htm. Win Edwards ;.of Miearjopy, : of what be said as is possible, for Apopka,-was then read, and is probably fills a need long felt at this point. It is Of Rich a,w&J,Bay I Mreet purchase their p A half interest in one oldie most flourishing and pro- .--V li" -;t.. I Ii

V then gave a highly; interring address any change would be doubtful ex one of the most brief and... comprehensive new and in competent hands, affordingthe 1 t ductzvOR.ANGEGROVES *#. "ELONyIL19RANGZcOgI.A. V ,

f **w nge culture as an investment" pediency.Mr. documents on any specialty that has I tourist pleasant and comfortable FAITH,HOPE AND CHARITY, ..."S'i t. ", > \-V :V-- -i: ".1.. ,- ;.?..r.. Us.'Itf' I t

;: 'rW*. The Judge proclaimed himIW Collins,'the other speaker expected ever' been 'prepared in this state. It i headquarters while on the, Halifax river. The last but lot J fa.found":by'bin p In East Florida, .4. fat 1arsrf-i'. -, at this..23 a!ID.- ., '.- '' 'h .fJ.JlI"PV'. .-..-- I

M a yioridiin b}Jbirth} by residence no* being able to a $end/Col! Pancj .wU ba of immense value,.as giving fall I See the advcrthsemebr.. : from. RIcL-- .r"' : .T', VPj ,_ VS ,-" r .n-.j! <.VVit. .. V .r < ,t.o1'J; .'56'.571- u.tI ..., V '' ;:

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.t. ,: JOHN BROWN.-Thcre were few of lege lo enter. Family devotion' h re. .. .' ; ;, .. .v.u, .;,Ki _MISCELLANEOUS. : ,P.n. '"f. '.,..... i:4.: : ::,'. '. :> -! ;F'L OR ID A, ,. S'A VIN GS vB AiN, K,:. : _' MIStNE"i' --

i :;those were parties to the affair .. -. 1 v ,j -", .. ,. ..:., .. ohn ... .
; ; tv was not a ceremony, but a spontane:: : ; -" If' I .j '.1. .".t-: > "'' : : : AND'I'' REAL "E'srATE''EXC'l "T'il! .;

jwc fancy, who imagined, when they ous outbreaking of the soul toward :: : : ; I : :" .:: ,r "., '' :.'I "'" ANGE. I' :; . I r"R : T'.i I
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TkI 'S3tbe body of this strange brave: God. Hardly' 'ever'at sach times did S1ETT: L.ERSTsH.I.oFoJwcE. : : / > ., .. ." [Incorporated: .. .July 6th.IBl..J . '." .. IA. -J.

c old man in the hands of a C'uel) fate, he 'take a bible in his hand, but re- : : ,, .. .'OFFICEIN. LOVER-OO' 'S BUILDING& OCEAN"STREET. .If. ROBINSON;
that his was td'oullive' ( IS BEST.CQ1TN.9R:/ D : .i L jAcwtoKvitLr.' ,'LA.JJUlyThti874. ,[ --'wMoikiAtt&-mn,
t name So mny cited-from memory, with fervor that;: "COUNTY ThE ; is Jlereby 'of'eM 77u F aREstaItJJ cA4'ts.
; .. I : MOTICt : &inn incorporation o wilf4 Sausp. ,.. 8aak, .. ,
:'i more splendid names, and his death moved'all hearts, such as he' ..L with thePnnclpaJ, place ofbusineu iD the city ofJack'tOn..lle. DRUGGISTHoe'f
passages Adhe'aa.' lands. Healthiest'in ne, design Dr ths FloJ1di Savbg ;Bank.!.Ia jto afford to those who are desirous of saving their:money the '
should be a transcendent epoch in deemed appropriate, sometimes'psalm. a o/f perrhanentnavigalion.: High rolling ,, ... .. mean*ot Ca ely employing it at a good rate of interest,to bi Inested.under the direction of weil-knowa citizens, Blockj, 'Bay'St> .
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''I' 'America; Lands t6suitpurch'asers. AT'HOME..lnhome1l< /. our history. John;Brown has becomea and sometimes a selection ; : JACKSONVILLE: ,
t r .* 19Aijifai.si'; "'*:" '.t't' /' < ., BANK-HOURS,-The regular hours for transaction business shall be from 9.o'clock'.ID.. to 3 0' oc1t p. m. JhoRA
sentiment in American_ history, and: from the gospels or the epistles; 'and I. daily,except Sunday'and holidays,and on Sa urdays until 7 o'clock p. m.* -' .

; t will be remembered we remember then, after a familiar hymn, in the 100,00Q, ; ACRES'FREE : ".; ;Y;: C: +. \srosrrsv-Deposii.- ,This book will| be evidence.be entered of his in the or her'property books of the:corporation When money and also are'in withdrawn a book to; be this given!book to must the depositor. be I COMK-VKPIMO r scjnmo !! j-I'

: Drut f and Rienri 'and Savonarola.He singing of which the members of the brought to the Bank U haw the payment enter*cl. Depositor may taks out the money themnclTes. or,In case .
"',, of absence or sickness,it will be paid to their order properly witnessed! and accompanied by the book J: Deposits -
was the culmination of an idea family joined their voices with his, : will be repaid at any time when called fori when there b a sufficient amount in the treasury ninvcated otherwise .

) t that for twenty years had been growing he knelt down! ':and! prayed in a manner I : ., ... HOMESTEADS., ". .. : ,at the earliest-practicable period' In the order in which they may be called for. J. .HOLLAND,
.. INTEREST.Interest at the rate of seven and three-tenths per cent(or two cents pet day on f too)will be paid J
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,. intomighty; being in thq northern .simple' arid, yet.so earnest :and : : "r :F' '. : : : a initially,upon'all deposit which shall have remained,three. month' or more. in.the. Panji,to be added. .annually. I a
: states. Poets orators rhetoricians into ; 'lf- to the pnnclpal oftbe Depositor. V WATCHMAKER, :
impress as to bring the conscious -.l--V ." '
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I 'Aceocxrs UNCAU.ED re*.-Any account to'fhiib: BothLng shall be added and which--shall have remained A'
,.. had passionately assailed ,sl v.ery'as presence of God the soul of It Is nettling faster than any other new country in the United States,,;., ; r .1 ', '. .' uncalled. for for seven yearsshall cease to bear interest. ' JEWELER,
.. I ACCOUNTS PATABLX TO'H 11ItS.-U persons die who own money in this Savings Bank,theraoney wilbepaid ,
; ; ':: .the crime of the age, the stain upon' every listener. Under every phase of : ; 2 E1N PEOP' E .l"' to their legal representatives.., ".,. 'CornerhseaadBaStL.

our flag: the injustice to liberty, the opinion he was a man of prayer ando C rII'E.y. .ORTH. ..i I. ',.'; '; ',.' I: BAMK to penons'prufliidng Booxs.-Although the the baok.boou.sball.be officers will endeavor valid; by-all payments: pov.iW to discharge lt eans'to the prevent corporation.framl.*,yet,all; payments ..%, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.

t j 4. ;; pI crime of modern civilization, the supreme devotion'tq.God., Bnt all States arid nations are represented here r Churchef.Schools.i Milll; he best of society.. \Vm.B:J'Astor, ,'. CHILDREN'S ENDOWMKKTS!" .-Parents ot guardians of minor children mar deposlfmoney as'mstcc for the ..
: emblem of American shame. John Hon. U. S.Sanford. Gefl.-Babcock. and hundred of such men are largely Interested. ? Come and let us show benefit .f such minors until they become of'a ,Interest upon which:may be withdrawn annually or added tothe '-: :
you the'beautiful cnuntrj back a few miles' from the St. Johnsnd-if' ; you do not find it as represented we will principal. '
: Brown struck it with his swrd1 and SPECIAL ENDOWMENT\ LAIt.-.VU"ltI.1 In the Florida Savings Bank to during each for a New
FURNITUREFURNITUR pay alt expenses incurred by following this advice. The.sharks.and hungry land owners will take yqu in by amounting $jo reat Jewelry, Clocks
) Although he fell inl the encounter his lie about our county, but don't let them know you Want land,or they wiU besiege you and disgust you With tern'of ten yean will secure the depusitor'a,cash payment of'I poo at the end of the term, or proportionately es Diamonds Watt3
/ Importunities; "Come here firs'and you will not seule Ja any other county.. Any person wtie\ takes pains to,discourage on smaller or larger annual deposits.. In case of inability to complete the'ten annual payments the'depositor ;Plat
t ; memojy,lived. And when the war people from looking at this truly beautiful country, must be either a bogus land-agent and wants a commission i can withdraw the amounts already paid in,'upon giving: three months' notice,7ogethe with the accrued interest Solid Gold and Silver '
WAREROOMS I r a boarding-house keeper and wants pay for a few more'meals; the pwner of a worthless, tract of land thereon. This plan unlike ordinary life insurance,secures the depositor against forfeiture of previous payments -
tr:* came-the unnecessary'war of ambition that he.can't live jon, and wants to swindle sombody: a sore-head who)has been; swindled and |lOst all faith;,or. and oners a safe and(easy method providing a handsome endowment U c(unite parent-children, friend Ware, etc.
and empire inspired by Jefferson like much the'largest class lie because be can't do anything e1s.: Don't take what you see. oa the river as a ,, Of the t'epositor! individually., Sfeeial deposits.not to be withdrawn for ten Years. will entitle the depositor to
sample but come to me and I will show you the most lovely: country in Florida. My heart and soul are staked ,a certificate for doutlt the antett+t efiutk deposit,payable in ten years.In favor of any perso designated. -'
:' Davis and his associates-this memory in this great enterprise\ and these hungry devils! lie about me because I am spoiling their thriving business: I LOANS.-All moneys received on deposit shall be invested in first mortgages on real and personal property. Id
'?!'. became and the hundreds was the first to rail attention to Orange county,and have devoted eight yearsto its development J have examined this State of at least double the value or in other ample collateral securities. '. DIAMONDS, AND
11 legend, : DAVIS & DREW more of Florida than any other man living and can tell you all about it.' If you are not satisfied with Or. I RaiL EsTAn.-Th corporation will act as trustees for the purchase and sale..of real estate.or the renting! CIOUS PEARL ET IN PJE
of thousands who swept into ange county you won't be anywhere else. All who come to me ar pleased,and none but a cowardly lying and management of estates and"property' generally.; .'. ,FINE. COLD.
"i .: : ViigVnia on their errand of strife had thief who dares not meet me.will say anything against me in my absence; but I can stand better Loan my ; JAMES! .H. PAINE, 'SJVM'L: SPEARING7. JONATHAN GfcEEtEy: : (, >
... ; : ". ... enemies and I can afford to do all I do in future i'OR NEW SETTLERS entirely and absolutely 1 .'-':. I : :.President. :IYtcePfesidentj! :If c -,-' Treasurer.REAL ',: .I. _" .
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I :' no more stirring to their souls '. .
cry '{. .. t I I :" 1.i .. :! u .:.. ., ... : .1 Initial Lttten ,
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.. : t. .than that while the body of the con PARLOR SUITS 'CHAMBER SUITS. FREE. OF "CHANGE' ;.. : I ". . Monogram.Engraving.Jont .
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', ,, '. ; demned fanatic ,was mouldering in 1\ i" : ':' '- J.tll- in
:; the his soul In our county GOOD BOARD can be obtained at FIVE '/DOLL RS'PER.WEEK I own'one of the ESTATE .. . 'a't, ;maxmr.
of '".: .J : grave was marching on. ---- finest bodies of land in this and do this to call attention to the public land to that \ may make a desirable
', It marched on, carrying with it the I community around me, and enlance'the valie of my own land as well as that of my neighbors' 'And notwithstanding '. I : -
all the false reports ORANG E O UN1 V is the banner county to-day.: >Come and ace ne and .1 PORSALIIYrif, ( .
MOSQUITO BARS & FIXTURES
ft"' I ..Ihciibting: Lincoln the reluctant Seward stop over night at least and get;: maps and dataj it will cost you nothing; I don't want your money: these exorbitant Standard time by Chrbnonie.
'. : : the timid copservatism of the charges are damaging our lovely country and I 'Will fight this business of skinning stangers while lean FLORIDA SAVINGS BANK AND REAL ESTATE.EXCit'AN. ;E. rated
ter
by transit
': strike a blow. Any person who ridicules or contradicts thesebtatementscan.af1ybet.ktnas belonging to one of -
:/i' north, until it animated the war and the classes described Don't be button-holed and swindled by a Confidence man,but Come Into'our colony. All /.,: : observations. '
.. ,. '.;;' made the battle for the Union the honest land dealers will corroborate what I say. A gentleman will not lie about any part of our lovely State fora The"Allen property one of the fineSt'reside In the Slate,with 2ID acres of land, on the shell road one .
Parlor DAVIS & DREW CbambeSuits. paltry Commission of five per cent. I do not want your money; I never sell any !and but my own but mile from the post-ofncer,> Beautiful river front boat-house large grape vineyrrd, loo oranee'trees,handsome ,1 .'
: j,'. : battle: for emancipation. It was won SUits. barn &c. House has 19 rooms finished throughout in the best manner. Double piazzas.. ,Will, be sold at less -

",1" ).'. .:_at how terrible and dreary a cost Parlor Suits. corner( Chambe Suits. WILL GIVE, YOU LAND,' AND .TREESTo than A tract one-half of 58 cost acres,on of easy land terms one mile to close northeast an estate.of the city, near. the l\IoncrielSpnoi shell road. Well located ACIST. 'Pl THE CELEBRATED Bu B

.. ,,'edare not But it was the soul Parlor Chamber g for building lots or market garden ,Price $17.50 per acre. Co.VOIn AT'
; t say. BAY AND The" Riverside Hooe,*", ten minutes walk from 'the of the One ,
f Suits. LAURA STREETS Suits. Brooklyn center city. acre;cit'ground,
r: of Brown that it that plant if you will make: neat and tasteful improvements. R emember we will pay all l your expenses If we ,
: John won Parlor .' V t- Chamb fronting on the river. House! conllllIS rooms,in tint-class order. Price, including furniture$10,000 I
... Suits. JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Suits 'do not prove our assertions. I am at home every day near EARNEST'S STORE on the Sanford Avenue Several houses and lots, well located in the city Jacksonville. >I
of -
; ; :t. signed the proclamation emancipation Enquire for 9pr -

l11:}," and accepted the surrender of JOHN f A. MACDONALD 'KEARNEy.g ;.
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I .)!.: t Lee It.Appllmattox.-.N: Y.: Herald. THE SINGER MANUFACTURING COMPANY'S CELEBRATED :
', 'Jt '.. _, : ', FLUID EXTRACT'The
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j.,1 I "t,;:r.:, ': S EXAMINE OUR LARGE STOCK.. 1-9. ira t MELLONVILLE., .'

t "J A STRANGE DREAM FULLFILLED.A .- I IF SILK TWIST.
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1 curious fulfilment ofa dream I" ,B, U GH U !
: ; I occur- : : ; D. GREEN. LEAF. >:: ., : : ; .
,}. ; cdat the battle Prairie Grove, Ark., F\ I"This company now having in full operation Newark,New Jersey the' largest SILK WORKS in the "
1 i, :..'> ; under my own eyes. A man named e.. .. : j. 1 ,' world,propose to furnish a superior article of Silk,Twist .; >: only known remedy lor

: ': 't 1 Joe Williams had told a dream to 101 101 .. .101 101 : i' AT: 'GRE'ATLY REDUCED PRICES. i '
101 : 101 3. E .WIt E L E : R. BRIGHT'S
L: 1)4) many of his fellow-soldiers, some of 101 101 : ;J '. DISEASE
Day St.. For the convenience.of the public this celebrated Twist is
', 1. i! whom had related it to me, months 101 101 :JACKSOZC\'ILLE,: 101Ill 101 r < ,;, lt.J* : ', : .' .. And a positive remedy for, .

: \\ previous to the occurrence which I FLA.. .tOl '. *.i:%:nj, .PUT UP ON SPOOLS OF DIFFERENT .SIZES, /

: now relate. He dreamed that we 101 101 T
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101. ... IUl I cannot understand ho* you can sell goods so much cheaper than we can buy at home, is an expression u ; "" < 'The finest quality being thereby offered on spoolsa quantities ,"-& GOUT STRICTURES
+ :i crossed a river, marched overamoun 101 101 heard daily at CRtENLEAF'S Jewelry S ore. The answer is this He buys directly of the .GRAVEL .

; f tain, and camped near a church located 101 101 %%. 101 101 "H: : FROM' .FIFTY YARDS UPWARDS.'m. 'DIABETS. DYSPEPIA,

.t: 't, I, '' ''in .the wood, near which a terrible' 101 101 sewing ageats'or yous DEBU. I
MANUFACTURERSThereby The above unequaled twist is manufactured especially for the use of all kinds of machines
'.i:I. ;;. .. battle ensued, and in a charge, just as 010101010 iOloooooooooooouoooooouol D&D 0101010101 ( different machines through, the ctuntry are using this twist in large qunlitie.and u. a TY, ,

t "t 1 we crossed the ravine he was shot in lOloo DAVIS&DKEW, ciolOl10101oocuoouuouooixiooouoo1O1 ''
.f saving one profit.and sells at a sma'l advance above cost. There U not a jewelry stqre North 01 South SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS, .. NON-RETENTION. OR "INCONTINENCE Or
;,1,; D the breast. On the memorable 7th of 101 lOloooo Ft'KKITVKBoooolOl where goods of the same quality are sold at as low prices as arGrecnleaf's where: is now being opened an immense are offered to the trade all those about to purchase will well to send for our URINE.IRRIA1'10NINFLAMATIOS.
; .:( December 1862 moved at 101 lUlooooononuoooooooooooolOl tock of goods usually kcpt in a first-class: jewelry: establishment. A.ii are invited to call and compare ., d pre I. .,. ULERATIO TUE
I $ as we 101 lOloooVAKEHOUSB ooolOl prices. Greenlears transit time is acknowledged: to be the standard. Observations taken daily with BUsses I Improved
N :',1 ,!'>' :' double-quick, to take our place in the 101 lOJoooooooocxxoooooooooolOl1C10101010 1'ransit-the only transit in the State. Chronometers repaired and rated. '
.. 101 V&L)0101010101 A,. .I BLADDER AND KIDNEYS
t "tt: line of battle then already hotly engaged 101 101 101 101 ..:THE SINGER : .

.1's : .: ,we passed Prairie Grove 'church 101 '01 101 101 The Best of Workmen Employed, and SATISFAC- .. .. ,;
101 101 101 101 SPERMATORRIKEA
> I ,.": a small frame building belonging to 101 101 101 101 GUARANTEED.J! \ ; i',' :a -:, .,': ,
i the Cumberland 1 101 101 101 101 TION .
'f .. Presbyterians. was .....101 101 _..101 101 r j. 4 -j'.' .' ';: :.:", Leucorrnoca or 'Thitea. Diseases of the Prestnw
Jv: riding on the flank of the command, 101 101 ". ..' ." .. .' : .Lr. 1 Gland.Stone in t 11.der,ColaifiM,Gravel.or Brick
101 101 All Kinds of Manufactured. :;" '. .t4. ,': dust Uepoit Milky Discharges
.4 :t and opposite to Williams, as we came Jewelry .. 1 C
101
101 ,_
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; ; if Cut and Engraved on Stone Gold and Silver.. ; .t : .1 ;.; '
; : in view of the house. "This is the 101 101 Monograms 1 -
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101 *
Endless TOYS and HOLIDA j.- ; ;
t f church colonel, I saw in dream, I variety YGIFTS.; ; 'Hi' '
'1''i my .. ., IE'ARNEY'SEXT1A'CT
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i ; ,;:; said he. I made no reply, and never 3).5355 : : '
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::1 ':. '. ;.:' thought of the matter again until in : ; ,,,, ; "
: ]. H. NORTON, :. '.S. H;KOOKER .. BUCHU
broken ;
3 : :4/ the evening. We Had the.enemy's THE FINEST AND BEST SELECTED .
t, Attorney al Law and Notary Public. .. f -.
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7 (: line and were in full pursuit, IN THE SOUTH. ,1. h''I": }" l j.'.. ; :( ..:'' .; : ,. ': 'Per cures all of the

r 4 .' when we came up to a dry ravine in the NORTON & KOOKER.-: ".:; : .... : ;; : .;:t!) n. .,)tI:.' 2, ; .,' ;;;, (; ct Di a

!it tf'f! ."' f f't wood, and Williams said: "Just on a DEALEKSIM' : : ; ; -: \ : l;; ; .- r.. '.,; .t 1'o.-: I : ', BLADDER.. KIDNEYS: AND DROPS

1. E ; ,rV .l the other side of the hollow I was shot \ : : : .: I. : Ii ,1 : _, CAL SWELINGS.
Parlor .RICH. PLAIN. a amber REAL : 'Tt'AGAIN 1'.1' .: -
ESTATEOF : .
: "11 in my dream, and I will stick my hat Suits. : Suits. -. :.. i" j .t. 'Existing: in men,women Cl.dll.
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Parlor and Chamber an
r under shirt." the action :
my Suiting Suits. Suits. ; : ,
'.::1': to the word j as he ran along he doubled S: SUBSTANTIAL c SulllParlor' rmber ALL KINDS. : 1 I; NO MA TER. WHAT THE AGE!

.." it and crammed it in his bosom. : T.EIUMPJi'ANT. _, I
1" up Chamber GENERAL INSURANCE AGENTS, representing the following ;companies ,. r .
\ 'f Scarcely had he adju'sted it before a Suits. FURNITURE. Suits :: Prof. Steel!)t "One bottte of Ceam.-y'k Ttet
t. : ., .. Extract Buchu
"* I i'''J; : wort more. than, other Bochuscombinek'
; q' minic ball: knifed him out of the Hue. FRANKLIN With -* -' a
I _. !! S OF PHILADELPHIA, combined. assets; of.over.., 133,254 MAJORITY. '
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; S 'j, .3:j Jumping up quickly, he pulled out his CONTINENTAL, OF NEW YORK : : Price dne'DolIa, Bottle;or Six Bottles ''o FIT

; :; hat, waved it over hi>> head, and shout- 1.IANIIATTAN. OF NEW .. ', :: 1 Dollars. .p
I ; We' are prepared to offer our stock at YORK iS7O O.OO.OO..i :' ; ,. STATISTICS OF'SWORN SA'ES"FOR =' f' 'V* .i' '
ed "I'm all raised : ; :' .- j873 .
The ball '
.' 'f : right PENN. OF PHILADELPHIA. : : .
.- remarkably low pri cs. '' DEPOT.104 DU.1; ST..NEW YORK,
.f" a black spot about the size of a man'shand -<-- Companies. Sold in 1873: Companies. ,Sold in .

\' : 1 1' just over his heart, and dropped ; ,, LOANING MONEY ON REAL ESTATE.: .AND,.CONVEYANCING ,(A THE SINCEREVWcr ._ Z.J3.-M4"' American, B. 1.--. ?._.; 187. Physfcian' in attendance t'alwu corrcspondax. *

4 til 4 into his shoe.-Rev* L. W. Lewis. -:oDAVIS' :- SPECIALTY. ., I""- \ &'Wilo" ____. __'_' 1'9,18 E & Howe.__..._____; IJAI9' and give advice gratis,; '

-VI We give below a few of the. choice placesIorslbjus: ; Dm c_ ___._ 4 Remington .. =: '
1 many .l .114 Empire. 9'183 STAMP FOR FKtx.'CATO
S : : GrfY&Dker.........-.--... ...- 86,179 Florence.._. _.__ a PAXP1K.
,1.; : j I ". AN INGENIOUS PHILOLOGIST. DREW No. '3. Two-story house on Ashley street. near St. 'o. 105. Duntawton! pantatio; :,qn Halifax; river, \Veed -.- _____ 2i.6' Davis__.____ _. .. ". Bg -
-- 8,8.
r T Hotel, in of the best miles north of .. .
James pleasantly situated
I 11 /; .;; II' English missionary: found himself amid: neighborhoods in the city house is new,one with six rooms,' seven i.ioo acres,'1,150 acres Mosquito rich hammock inlet at lying Tort Orange one mile; \.ilon.__. .__; ..,. __. 21,141 Victor ..._-, .____.____, 7,446

.. 1 an extrerrily remote and ..tribe plenty of closets and good servant's room; lot 52}j a from river: 50 acres high shell l land, i immediately on Howe..____.....__._ ___:.-.._... No returns races.-----_______._ 3.458. .TiE
.j .savage DEALERS IN 105 feet, good Ivnce,-good .sidewalk and the street: the river'bank. having front of'about'one fourth mile, Gold MedalWilcox __-. ... --.-- 16.431 ____,_____ .._ '
i,1', '': who conversed with, each: other by shelled; grapes in bearing; a fine lot of young orange:; with largc two-story..frame house l8 rooms neerly &Cibbs___.._ ;_.___ Scor. 3.J '
: ? /' dowers anti tna.J,t,BramesdorC. .. NERVOUS'\ .
,> trees; and shade trees growing thriftily; good finished; hoiwe'cornmandstieWof river ocean .' ; S,81 : ? 3.01 AND DEBILITATED
: means of hard and rude .sounds. The All Umls of FURNITURE. CARPETS
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well, with pump on back porch which is covered with and .is Runxamdcd, with large bearing;;orange trees. .
"l' ';.-:.",, missionary tried long to get hold of MATfRESSES. WHITE TINE WAL- flowering vines. Will be sold cheap. some 75 to'too in number i good well, and a'cistern ;., OUR' NEW FAMILY MACHINE' .' -

1. <:" :::r.- 1 th'e sounds in such a way as to represent NUT, and CEDAR LUXIUER etc. t. is a N.fine 15.opening To capitalists in Springfield desiring; a few a big tbou.anJ thing"dulUrs there and that drained hOlds:;z.ioo; canal gallons from,in suuar-house yard: thoroughlyditched running} to the : '. '. ;,;,; ;; :. ,' .. OF BOTH SE-r

t' :' .- '. : them in signs. Having, after a will go; a great way just now. For particulars enquire river fOr transportation of crop| Immense quantities of Embodies. New and.Essential p.D ipl! ,_ ;: Construction: F.'S of Operation;Unfurt of Precise ,NO CHARGE. .FOR' ADVICE AND' CONSVL
i JACKSONVILLE.! FLA. of Norton': & Kookcr corner Ocean and Hay Streets.WUd orange:; tn es on the place; the soil is simila: to the -'Action at any Spd; Capacity! or Range and Variety Fine or ; TATION.
'L :f : year or so, obtained a clue; he had best sugar lands 'of:.Cuba, to which it is fully equal; .. : H ALL RIVALS BEHIND: IT. C ,
No. A HANOSOMS RESIDENCE SALa.-Slx '
-- -- .-. -. 74. FOR limestone is abundanb 3 his place U really one of the I
: f" ::;' -. neither pen, ink, nor paper) ; but he large rooms and kitchen,double bay window on the choicest places in Florida," and was known.as such before .. B.
COFFINS AND UNDERTAKERS J. sradBate-of-Jefletson
"' west,large double parlors doul.le.piazza on the south, D. DO. lfe
had a wooden leg and a knife and he : the war. TEST TH'E..SINGER BEFORE- ANy'OTHER. suiborolseveral valuable
.. ** commanding' one of the finest views in Jacksonville: PURCHASING Cole, "or.cal
h "f ., ;i .' cut on his leg the letters which he windows filled w ith four lights of 4o-inch glass and nung N. B, Do you Wf.llt'1"snug winter home with b consumed O all diseases of the Sexual a,tr. .
.'" with cords and weights on pulleys and reaching to the orange trees and flowers! in }Florid t You can get a : -, TERMS CASY-PAYMENTS-LIGHT.; an- 'ran. (which be ha* mode- an especial )
.. thought corresponded to the signs. METALLIC floor with blinds:,all casings are finished with. mould a beautiful lot 70x156 feet, in Springfield high and either mal.or female,no mater from what cause or.
:: '. He then taught the the art of CASES, : lag and oiled and varnished making a beautiful finish; healthful and within ten minutes walk ot the post-office IginaUng oof how long standing. practice 0]
: savages AND ceilings high;: walls hard-finished;open stairs, double, on which to make1! it; lor$25. for particulars enquire --- -- i yean enable. hisn to rca%diseases with success.
.I I :'. t. .connecting sounds and written signs. glaw front doors mortice lock oivery door in house; Norton&.Kook r..,;, Besides tha .WORLD'S FAVORITE." we keep constantly on han a Urge supply ofcLARK'S grnt.' Charges reasonable. Those a a distance
WOOD COFFINS china of .. letter,describing S) q'io4 aj
closet store-room,plenty clothcs.prcssesbsth.room "ptom
f The missionary, I believe, died or left j hip roof wlih'cupola: from which a charming No. 119., A tract of 28 acres; o acres cleared; .hamirock OJN: T.SPOL'COTTONfnr spools for twent74ve cents. stamp to pay postage a
1 I' t that region, but he l left his wooden view i* to be hnd of the city, the river and surrounding land: fine fronton! St.John river;two miles west SINGER'S from twenty-fiv cents and colors, '
.vt Jacksonvi le.> This is IACINETVBT. upltllz Send for the _
of
: one he desirable river
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three lots,making feet good well most loc.
t., : ,; :: leg, and after a time the savages work, young country shade; trees started: haifa$7x209 mile from; post-office.: fronts in the vicinity. of Jacksonville. Will be divided: ACME MACHINE T VISTIO yard spools,a for as cents;'50 .3 (or 35 cents. C"io l'aPrice
W "! ., For sale at a bargain. if desired. '. ; SINGER'S .LINEN AND FLAX READS. OJLS NEEDLES. &C-
; ,2 ed out from it an alphabet and a writ : : .ac I B. J. DYOTT, M. D.,
No. 96. A large,' two-story house'! with ten large No. 146. Six acres ion;Arlington river;adjoining the ,' .
l! } 4 ten language. By'some means too, room; thoroughly built and finUhcd in first.rnut'lct Florida Home containing the old vineyard. For sale II > Physician and Surgeon,164 Duane Si,N.Y.
w I. :. they got hold of a printing pres& :and' with twelve feet'ceilings; one acre of ground con o atabargao;:, >" H. ) '; :.
with fruit trees and flowers; pleasantly locateJ'withinfive .' : Tlie $ Co
: ingerManufaoturing
T ; ., ah English traveler got hold of a few minutes walk of the rairuad: depot. l'rice'loooo; .No147.; MrrKorotlTAN HOTCL.-This.hotel is ; ,:; Trunks.and Tah'ses at .
centrally located built of the beat French and l.a fc Dky
down,balance long time if desired.No. brick >
on
t ,t : 4 printed leaves, which he could not understand or.ALL.SIZESAND QUALITIES. 4,500. : first-das1 house In every respect. For prices and ;,'. ,! .- No. 172 GA. : -
in Orange mile fromMelonviile. DROq9UTON'ST.SAVANNAI : :
1. II but !thought home to Mr. 94. .400 Price acres, Is per acre.county; one terms apply no. Norton. .&.: KOoker. C. A. VOSBURGH M-Rts, A- .DZIALYNSKI I.. :
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LADIES' AND : ,
: GENTLEMEN'S ROBES. Manager.
Norris. The Oriental examined .. ,
them
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\ T EMBALMING DONE WHEN REQUIRED. .II' GEORGE W. FRAZIER .
'f Call on or write, to ui,and state your wants:. Agent;
t: 'p, carefuly and was struck by the fact ALSO, OFFICE COR.OCEAN AND DAY STS:,JACKSONVILLE, FLAi ". .; ,. iCK.itf.f y .: ,:,JACK q VIL.FLORIDA -. AUCTIONEER
'.. .that the sentences were printed in sinIz 9Visitors always welcome. Latest file. 4
i MARBLE AND MARBLEIZED papers on [ ,, : \8-19 6m ;;" ., AND
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; 4: ,gic. !. or paragrapn style. SLATE. MANTELS. I, '" o' 1. : /' .ESTABLISHED I 1868, .,' ;. '
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It struck him1'that they might l c, : SLATE', HEARTHS, &c., O. HUSSEY. : .,, ..'JNO. W.. HOWELL. : : :[CO. bIISSIbN'MERCHAN.

4 copied from the Bible, ,He .tounttdthe : MANUFACTURED TO ORDER .,j : !

l number'of paragraphs o'r Verses in ,AND FOR SALE BY "HUSSEY-. -::. & HOW'- -- LL.-: ,: .. ".l .,:I,: A. IKI. pERCI\TALL ,.i ment*aAU and sold.kinds at of m 01 received sale. 90 p
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CALVIN OAK I
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.SUCCESSOR J. CROWELL.
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: then searched for a chapter; in the"Dible FosytbStreet.betweenLauraajdfogaii1W36TQ "'v>a .sui VI' Every description of entrusted for sab
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:j Vf which had the game number of! Jacksonville.Florida. AND RETAIL: DEALERS" IN-: ". ,'; I .:. t t. (. ,- b: r : :t-tll 'I'"p. will be .disposed.0 it &, :

verses. He found that there was only -. BOOTS SH.-O2E'S' "- r :1 ,1r1 : ; 9 $1i: :, ,. ;..' BET FIGTJRE. POSSIBLE

one-a psalm: ,.and. on comparing' the Fine Business Suits at BUCKY'S.TMPORTANT i I 11.1 }, .... ,. j Ic ( : : *.. .. *
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words to the owner; and prompt and accurate returns made
of .
... the savage, writing with .,. /. ,,? :;' : 1V ., I t.'I i i- ,
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those in the psalm, he made out ..the 1 TO, EVERYBODY." .FINDINGS. ; : ..> I ill ; .. : '.. ,'t 111 t,'" I" :, ? \; PALMETTO' BLOCK.. .

.alphabit oIthe-tribe, and laid a complete 'I 'V -r-n tI I Fla.
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the Oriental translation of the pages, before If you wUh. genuine.. article. in. the way Cigars A complete assortment of ,Ny York and |uladephia] '.fine ,t'f'. ; ',' '

J f Society.--." CinfinnatCommercial. .. Wire" <<' ,Liquors" fee." .go; to ,Goods. always on hand, ... : .i:' .' *-. ;: 'j.] : l-" !',i :. -'I" ,, ',' fw.t.-; .DEPOT LUMBER, YARD.

I :; }!L' i ; _. ,!__ '. ..,.' ,-", '.1\..,;. ,J.. B... .TOGNI. Sole agents in Jacksonville for<:Sam el -Dunbar '& .Co.'s ''f:;..t.I I ; ,. "o : :.,' CONTRACTORS ANBUILDER

GERRITT SMITH.-Mr. Smith in ...- :Misses' and Children's Fine Shoes. -:.?,;. : :. '- '. ';..; DEALER ..', ': ." ;, ,; A'I

early 'life was it Presbyterian, but the It you wish to take recreation! fn' a-"-good''game o Goods sentby mail or express to.. all 'parts ofithe.; State. t.1 1 ''BOOTS',1' 'SHOo'E.S'' : ; ; :.I... WU .
L.R A. : OF
I complicity of the .ciurcl| >cs, or. the 1 t" TF'ER: ; : ;!'.: ., ,F ASSORTMENT

greater part of them, with slavery, Billiards. 'i gd: to'1' B. TOGNI&SsIoop. B y street, Bay Street. near Iaura, Jacksonville] .F/p: .. :',! : I ,)!;) ':" ." ..l, 1.g:' '. t ', I. it I. (; .s. -f t,I., DRESSE.ND1PREED LUMBER

:: .'. undermining! : confidence in their ...',''. ".! : : n !:: ;J ; ,: ..- ,. 'AND'j: ;. !".. :: :' : ': "

Christian'character, he withdrew 1VERYSALEANDFEEDsTA13LES: : ; .".' _1d.! U' -i. "; ; ". .'IN'DlNGS" ., H PINE SUJNGLE
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from the church of his' early choice t Imported. Bass'. ..Ale. on draught.- CaU" far, it..;at\ ,;J. B .L.j I' ,Wiii/'c M..j&snf'. f :,, -, I* > '.( : .. ,: .: .' ', "- ; .s',. ; "";: \.,. L"' ..1,..J.. .': ,' V i" ..CHF.A? FPR .CASII Ar: ,

_ _ and established 4 free church in therV'I4 TOG N1sz the lletropollun; Billiard Saloon! fRU1T AND VEGETABLE .STORE' .rt
I ,''Perciyal's Hand :Bo "' Hi.! d,' '&; r'* > ',' ; THE pKPQT LUMBER YARD.
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of his t j" Stamp" ii .ao
residence.
place For $
a time 3'liS'JID"i" ," '. ..1.r ,. .,.. .. { : : .
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I adhered to his faith in'the -. .. On BAY STREET WASj1INGTO': / .Burt'tS Meiars'1 ; ": W P"< '?' *i v /-i-ij1 r-)Jq-o"(/,, t0'o- .' Lumber delivered la all para at tha dry M"JI2iand
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evangel. P 1 IO&hlrU; i nice l i., .,. .' j .. ..: '., .1 : ;! B ')' rj i;' ,' at all UndidRS the rivr, at,IOT ? .A".
I ,at Ducky I i""; PhiU'3elpha-Vnd liiiore' >f" ; >r -i, a : 0
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t thology,>but in later_ years he .. ,. ..... . FamUIes ; : : |oloo' dora. receive aaenu
: became a convert to .what he called '. ." supplied" "af i-L regular i'11"tnarket! rates. i d !:; Vieh'ha', MedaF.table! sewed' !'i .f5vlAL'.4./' i ;nin.u, : "m.'*) ; ,!g 850.Pcrcival's > .:.1. I' "promp thUS. 1'JVH.
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: "the ligonofreason." His change H.. COLCORD,, \ '. Starijp' Hand ,Cpngr ss' '. 't:';,a-'J' ?>'' l"5'r'! -nlg;50 !.I'._7w4s.uv7,4ifJrck.6.8f. -
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: pf opinion, however, did oo't 1imin.[ Succeuor to Hide nod'Skin ; .. .. _._.. ... :.. .STALL" .IN.. i.;.Pt EJMAREET, I. ,,,,. 'luH.Mear'( u. -. ; : '' -w.-f. .-'> ; ; ; v-j ,"_-P> : iiaVf,8.50; ..|I'' Pe g1 Di.t: boeieTR' c'ltd.
businessof r- $5. $30 "
A ish the fervor of his piety or the .. '- ; The best and most krylisb! liverjr' tPft6,11the'dty f r + i* i vi *>-/t f \ .1 1 i Philadephia. ; .f.,, .ff. ; '..-..;,\.4 .;-.. :,,:.. .,!}-H.i17Io:; ? Ad.G..ST P !
;; II CROWELL. can bf!oun4 at the Stable'of the undersigned near the For the Accommodation of u tom iutoincn.: ... : .' -
: sweetness of his reverence for Christ i 1.1.. .1./;!t.\ Florida Home corner or Cedar and Forsyth Streets. .' % .i Nienna.MeaLcable-sewe "1C.', ; : .- ;, ,;.-fc, b- .li, .,'S s&t&SQ.f I"A: ; . ,I- .,

; and all sacred things. His house was Corner Bay and Ocean streets. Honem. taarded.and wcU cared-.for-pn reasonable GAM1EAN; ; D4D RE s SEP' !t''I p ( : ; : : : :, "Jn.t", ;, .1!.' J lJ ??! : 1
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like, heaven earth. thar V ii"i .f'I1j < ? .
;more "a teams for h txf.JacVwnrUle .
upon Strong hauirng'pdrposes always on I; y.qQ
1 Highest cash Fun".1Wj. ;'" C acE N S 1 .: ,. an ottiie a t3te. ., .::- f J ;tlf J 'I tlltI wlbln.
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paid Skins. H.AVERY. parts H.'rm h
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: any other jhat it WAS ever our privi 1c. ., forjfl4.s, .. .. Fla.. tf .; ., ::.I.: -It jft 'OPSThOIBAY1and: i ,it ,hq s.. c
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