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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: February 10, 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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Resource Identifier: aleph - 002042985
oclc - 12368935
notis - AKN0866
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System ID: UF00079941:00047
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Related Items: New South (Jacksonville, Fla. : 1874 : Weekly)

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VOL. II. JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAMORNJNG. FEBRUARY I0, 'J 1875. .NO.4K: : .-' : ';: ;. I

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THE NEW SOUTH. from the ground and estimated it to betwentyfire caflv day appreciated and attract an PROFESSIONAL, CARDS' Ac. GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS.JOHN MISCELLANEOUS --t
feet high. With a view ol industrious, thriving population. Orange I STAMERL'D

WFDNESDAY AND fortifying this statement, Mr. P.:B. II. culture is and probably will-be the MEDICINE, SURGERY? MID. .*

iUSUEPSATCRDA'. Dudley, living near the village, gave me great attraction/but what is required,. WIFERY. CLARK, ROCK & COXETTER'S '

Irs! V Sl'KCKTPTTOtftv : the peach stump now before the audience !- especially by men .moderate means, SV.GIIOIINAo. EVEttlTT. If, D., Fellow of the I D. M 4

TEf 1 subscriber*. 13-50 per aflflutfl.Sii measuring eighteen inches in is a soil which will,enable them to support Royal College ofSurrUIrOu.aed Doctor of Mai.kmc FORWARDING, c. L.MATHER. FRANK' I
of LrTTLE.CJ
.'U)I v' and "tra and '& Licentiate Midwifery ud E. .
each an diameter.
-- "'0, ,oo received; atone time.copy their families ,while the trees are Diseases of Women and Children.Licentiate ot the AJCD, -

v r' or'tclub, cnbef of ten, fi per'.nnura. Ten Archer to Bro son is over a succession coming into bearing, and.,this can' be Universities Louisiana. of London. .Edinburgh.St Andrews and ., CONSOLIDATED RIVER ,LINE",;

"_1.1'. .': "u.eMy cope*..JiJBo; Fifty-cop4 of sand bills, sparsely covered with done on the good lands along this line Formerly Obstetric ? COMMISSION MERCHANT '
I.: A' small Manted) Crnaxokwist and Surreoo-in-- L. 'MA HER ,2I
tef' '1.10** pines and blackjack oak of road. Chief with Sir lames Simpson Be.EacbacI, & CO.,
l "'i"'C' not unlike.some of the country between and UJ'I"'ODo ajoegCavaty..JJn.yes.jAuthw asn VCAUIB m -o '
RATES: .
t />;TJf 7W/-VG the St. Johns and the ocean. This land State Newa.i. of the Monadic Practice.Medicine and Surgery NEW ARRANGEMENT.Tjnt3 :
I tint wemon .
: ROCERlEo. PR .J
, perinchork -a new philosophic that VISIONS. GRAIN
practice inrariably
rescues
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, S "'n",.. la.ertJ D. soI. apt. I has been supposed to be valueless, but : life and health from death sail the grave. Attested -thn..dce the steamers comprising this finewffl ,
I. < .h. ,(m I livicrilun: tachWi" II am pleased to learn from those who I Special Treasury Agents M. J. Hale by twenty years practice in Europe and America. 'It .HAY. SEGARS. :. leave Jacksonville daily at,.. fur Palaika and "'
t I'r. and A. K. arrived *utdyCIIIU all kinds of disease known to intermediate loadings,ns bOowsj .
'have Tingle here last week mcn or ?
.. t I ,'j' ,,"',15 CCJIU preceded tne'in their reports to this i usual to the more highly organued war. to whom Sole Agents for Florida for i
". ., f'ceIIb'PtfIf bne. convention that even this description of for the purpose ot making an examination especial care is devoted: and to the removal deli<.- STATIONERSAND FLORENCE, 1 1Win.
Ti )' CAS" I" AD\'AI\'C&. land in the locality referred to will sustain into the character and amount of male obstructions,and pains from whatever cause. AVfl.OieInica1 Paul.and''White's FiomSbipi'adWhatfS.m&y1 ,
t\RRUT { a !O 1 Letters tnswered; and orders left at the Surgical CC.5cc J
tdr' .WMS, ,.HJviUe kJnda.: orange trees. 1 am glad to know thereis business transacted by the Custom Houseat respected. Payment, according mutual agreement Patent Mosey, Drawer Tuesdays Touching Railroad deck and Fridays.,. f' ,, .
a valuein it for this purpose, as I am this port with a view we; learn of ,and mil moneys honorably returned wbn BO Agent forx- .: i 1 >

: sure nothing else will grow on jt.Branson determining as to the sufficiency of r the good Office racults hour lur Ulow Ladies a due,from course to.of.m.tot Monadic P a.Treatntent: (or Gentlemen "- : .s.u..i LIZZIE BArER.I, ..*" L- '. V ': *""" STARLIGHT \ ;,. .,. -
Address of C. B. Dibble. is at the foot of the sand hills, present number of Customs officers to ,from i to 6 p.BU dai.cl Diploma* ._ ). ..- _.., Jf ..*'K4j Mymw > "': .j.f *1*"* ,? -_ rnsn-'Raamd Wmwf w Monday*'I?' -- t -
Clinu&t Productions and and just where the road enters again conduct'the business. framed'far bBpeetlonr AO visits and communications VOLUSlAr. andThursdars.HATTTE .
. tAt Sail held sacnd. and Medical Office Xos. BOoksellers
0, Surgery 6 and :
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EEiWI' ,f Trttmywrlatinn of the lIcef the flat pine woods. It is the seat of Instead of recommending a reductionin MASOSIC HAIL in a former Insurance Office hunting AID, T
fl'-Iry' b"rdLn'ng on the .-Ilia- Levy county. has the reputation ol being the number of employees, it is understood Bay.corner of Laura streetJacksonville Fla. 1-300" -.4.

- tliJlI, Gull 01 'Hid ;r4 Illdta TraniL CornNy healthy, and will one day: attract a good I that the Treasury agents will recommend Van Brunt& Bro'. Line Sailing Packets, and From Saturdays Shipyard,Wharf tnnching o*at Saturdays.Ksilrosd 1r ',- {'-

&i'. ,i Railroad dclittrcd before the many of that class of invalids who 8} a slight increase salaries, to \VM. & ARTHUR A. BIRNEY, FROM NEW YORtW6Q1 dock. "

;- -f orida t'nit Onanr't .4J.ociatwj, pre iate the health giving qualities of correspond with the salaries paid at JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA THROUGH BOATS .v
Bay .
J orida.W
Jacksonville
i J Jar;-. 'urillc. January ltd.Vf 101i tJ.' the pine woods in the interior. other ports, and an additional numberof ATTORNEYS For Enterprise andintermediate[ landings: .

. Pr ,.jdml1 l have Un nquesAvth. Bronson to Uosewood, twentythreemiles employees.The 4K STREET, NO. 330 ,' & WHITLOCK. STARLIGHT from Railroad wharton Mondays sad
t J.x.cutive Comui-ttee of theSLaai through an undulating dat pine I report of the Special agents, although Successors to Thot. A.\Vfflson.KALUU HAVE JUST REMOVED TO THEIR NEW TJluncfays.

t r, ,.!. to n-wl a j jrer on that seciSJrcoumry wood country, except .where it skirts,,:, pointing out some irregularitiesand WASHINGTON CITY. AND COMMODIOUS STORE ON HATTIE,' from Slffyard'wharf- on Tnesdavs sad .. '-
I ( U.rdeiiDS the AllanGul. and at points passes through the arms recommending slight changes in the III Saturdays.Reluming. '

I..1.H.. TwiiMt ComB.ir".Ht : of. the hammock. manner of conducting certain portionsof N. BETTES leave Palatka dally (Sundays excepted) '
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[ tu' ;, Uosewood the business i iii learn flattering j GRAIN. FLOUR, AND FEED BAY STREET NEAR LAURA and Enterprise oo Monday Tuesday Thanday and 4
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I ,,\ ,!' IvadiIg from Fernan- a new town just starting we verv andYndaymorniaga. ,
I t' pn:: I vdur K.-vs I taut 1 hare: had into being projected by sew England to the present Collector and PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Manufacturers of Freights received daily at their respective 'wars- ..
t?II I '
I. din tlie iui-Hnation or the parties, with enough of that element to I j jlorni corps of assistants. We cannot close WHERE WILL BE FOUNDA houses J.BROCK *

, IItltll'r'I. l : I a nucleus around which to build this article without referring to the Jacksonville Fla CORN MEAL HOMINY, CRACKED Agent Hattie.M.and DAVIS.Flurencc.C. t -
to ln'IIItI'| .I .
I! t.'ISt"'bll I N\\ till lli'1 uI'Jtt I will be up a thriving village, is located on a !I' dilapidated.wooden buildingnow used OFFICE-Opposite Ocean House,corna of Adams CORN, RYE MEAL GRAHAM 11-18 Afent Starlight: 4

. : ,!::uuv?'. t*l1li'III'' l'ulln'r..utllml I dry. sandy pine ridge, nn the border of as a Custom 9 nse. It was erected and Ocean streets. 6-7-601 LARGER ASSORTMENT .

i -nil IBMIH.MJ to d lecrib
, I 10'' III'. \ itlwut' itidu1ing' in noted throughout the state for the extent dwelling and would to-day be considered \V. R. ANNO, OFSTATIONERS' NEW -
11 exmlllduUl I'II" l't'pn"'lntatlOu. shading- j and quality of its. market gardens. unfit for that purpose even.-Key SCROLL SAWING & WOOD TURNING

i I ; Situated at the most southerly point in West Dispatch. ATTORNEY.AT-LA\V TO ORDER. SUPPLIES,
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roloril : FERNANDINASTEAMSHIP
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or 01 eu'n liniulridmnsls who '-jsjtp 1 1r I the United States readied by rail, and XA.VL PKEPAKATIOXS BY'THE GOVEKNMEXT. Office,in Reed'* Block, Bay Street, : .
: thuut l ranct3-fire within the influence of the warm waters WOO Sawed, Split, and Deliveredby
l'rtlha1.Jy I
r p 't' .-By a special telegram from
the rush of the Gulf of Mexico with facilities 7d kMST'ilfr..Fr-u.. THAN IS TO BE FOUND IN LINE.
.bd"lInn1Ie, tlintugb I
c willst.f' at I Washington we are at liberty to say Cord Load.
take a ride itto the bulnirt for shipping daily to nil northern mar- that is or
the treei- it an open secret that the President :
H. A. PATTISOM. .
flt.p int! a h Havana there is -
tud'Jllaes ha no point possessingmore .
hlltt.1 un "
at w mebtakon.t'tlif I recognizing the belligerent rights & MEEK, ; :." .
t tu-: way: t.t Kntfqjrisis return I advantages for the cultivation of I of Cuba. A naval officer of very high JA CKSONV1LLE.FLA.T. FENANDINAflA.Octuberszii' !

> Si. Auuifl. which they "do" in a truit and vegetables.The I rank says that orders have been issued ATTORNEYSATLAW.Office. WltSO. !$- W. A. WHtTtOCK

ds\ Uiriri'itorn 'k t-. the river and thence! I hammock land is A composition for all the fleet in the Gulf squadron to AT' MEDIATOR .,
of PRICES COMPETING WITH PRICES :
, *: :"':"iioiuelf ( lll<'" report thit Florida is disintegrated lime rock clay and rendezvous at Key West at once. It is ReQua's bunding. Jacksonville": Fla. RAILROADS. "
) ,: ,1 1 arid stud: and swamp. It silica, reddish brown iu color, and in believed that immediate action will be CHARGED FOR GOODS OF THE SAME Capt. ARTlN)1;: :
ctm1K! ',
' i.to &uret1: this impression erroneous I productive qualities is unsurpassed by I taken by the administration. P. E. JOHNSON. M. D., PENSACOLA AND DESCRIPTION IN NORTHERN CITIES. /"n' -

:r..1 unjust to tingtat(, that I i iI any land in the United States. Persons I: Later dispatches say there is much JACKSONVILLE. CO. VICKSBURG t
who have visited and cultivated HOMIOPATjjICPHYSICIAN .<,
, consent t I :ii';),'ar Hoiv' yon. sugarcane excitement about Cuba. Well informed Cape RUDOLF. '

! TblL! ?"'ti">n <.!' country is so Reluomrjsitrd I in Cuba say the soil in the gulf, parties: are certain that something will AND SURGEON. GCKFKAI.ScrTJUN-rEtDnn's OrricaTau.ansssez .} INVITE .i -" -L

t i } ii'iith-rn! pellplt.| und is so hammock is of the same description andi1uait soon be done in the line of l wlin's December xg, 187.- W :'.,
r of the best lands on that Office,in Mitchell's new building north side of Bay On and after SUNDAY. DEC. ao. 1874 Passenger These steamers sail from New York Pier*.North,
t ii. thU jordeiin; cm the St. sugar 1 be said THE ATTENTION OF ;;
Mitm-h u f I views. t may that all partiesare street, between Newman and Market streets, nearly trains on this road will ran ai follows: -
f. John( I M T. wlw-re, and only where island in favor of belligerent rights. The opposite the Post Office. 19)tJ DAY PASSENGER Daily Sundays exceptej. River, and from Femandiaa Railroad Wharf every Uf I!.

tonnsti- U''I d.lha.tl fball hardyexjiect The whole hammock is underlaid witha President Caban >r.t .
leansjowards indepen- ..
to hI' !li!:,' \1..1I'rt. I tu tell the whole light colored lime rock, so soft in its dence. W.. COAN, Leave Jacksonville A. .f __A.8.00 CITY AND COUNTRY DEALERSAND TUESDAY. ',I

I ; I'IrtItb native bed that it can be hewn into shape .4 Baldwin_ "ELca'I'C.Sa..naah 6.30 iHERM. / -
of tii! jiioibclive tN';' ny The X ew. Orleans Times of the 19th .
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JUSTICE OF THE Lake City g.JO For freight apply to .
PEACE or.
passage
In buit.i'v t.cr the'' audience I noticeJuJ with an ax, but when exposed to the air Inst.. sLys: : P. .. 1'aIIabasaec.IO JO !' :

;;'< L .viaril?, C.L \'*>lIa, and other becuues hard!, and is used for underpinning j The contemplated recognition by the "D ... Live Oak_....ia 35, P. .. GELPCKE. cmt.10 '
THE PUBUC GENERALLY. TO OUR
Mad __
Madi5cm .
&c. The rock out NOTARY PUBLIC. 5 2.25 0 .
t-himncyp
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lio. familiar with the15Th crops
pcnt-nii! .1 t v. an I I President of the belligerent rights of the .4 Tatla"6.)0 M Live Oak__. 4.30 5 Williams St..New York. ,
.aio)!,': thf lint' and I knv they j here and there, and it will surprise those Ii j i Cuba patriots, and the ordering of the Office in SOLAR YE'S BLOCK- .. Quincy-__ 8.10 Lake City..... 6.00 STOCK. AND SOLICIT .-. -'.
who describe Flo1 Arrive Uuuahnochee Baldwin....._ TRADE..m OrW. J. WOODWARD. ;
will wu 'a I'.r' the ('Irrt't't.m.'slof my ida as a sand bed or| Gulf West will 9.50 8.10 i;
I J sqtidron to Key create a -
Corner BAY and PINE Savannah Arrive Jacksonvile .
streetsJacksonTi 9.1 9.sPassengera
n-gon. >... .! 1,; at DalJuin! we pat-s: quagmire to be informed hat the lime j jrork profound sensation wherever the intelligence Representing CHATER & ICtNG.Alenti.P" --
.
I is abundant in to Fla. can go through to Su Marks Mondays, '
woods bo places us require -
11 i iiUerrpersed
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over a |JII" is imparted. Wednesdays and Fridays and return Tuesdays Thursdays 10.10 sw tf Ferrandina, Florida. .
mid fj'i'i "Plln.i I lor >ix Ul1ttn the 1 I being cartftd off and piled. I Upon the arrival of General Sheridan and Saturdays.

toot T. .Id! UiJe; up whivh we climb I There i is within a half mile of the at this city, it was predicted by the penetrating A.A.. KNIGHT, NIGHT EXPRESS. Daily. CHARLESTON AND FLORIDA

ID a l.iZll\ : finiroe to overcome the depot government land which can be !! that his visit might have quite

tuxoi l 1"X i milt'* inure, where we are I I entered at a cost of f'eT'enollar for l' as much to do with a military movement ATTORNEY LAW Leave JacLsonviHe.,P.H.4.00 Leave Savamuh.._P.N.4.00 pRINTING. STEAM .PACKET CO. '

irohuiKiiU: .:: and cijht feet above tide i; tony acres, and state land that can be !! Cuba as the adjustment of our Baldwin__ 3.35 A. II. _

water Kn"m the! crest of) Trail rid;e toSurle purchased at about one dollar per acre. i{ upon political difficulties. No. 3 Hoeg's Block,up stairs Arrive" Live Lake Oak Oty...._10..00 8.33 "" Live Lake Oak City......... 30 4.33 I "-i

a MU.I!!! \ iilsjre fljrroundinjj the j The forests abound in lire oak of huge i Although never to be entered into 3-95 depot i is rvT a fiat pine country de- proportions sending out branches equalto lightly any complication which will Samnaah8S"IArri"e Jacksonville-. 9.11 TilE NEW SOUTH CHANGE OF SEHEDULE. :1.. t
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toted nuia! to iur| this .\laiv will: IK found few except a straght line while oak of the A.BUESING, urdays at 5.40 p. m.,arriving Live Oak 0.35 p. m., : '. t
j a orange place her territory a large
with -Savannah Train.
upon I connecting Retunun. leave DICTATOR AND CITY POINT :
flee in nearly every house yard, aud bi st quality and of large size, hickoryand army, in constant need of tha necessaries Respectfully calls the attention of the ciiiiens and merchants Live Oak 3 a.m.,arriving at Tallahassee at 8.50 a.m. JOB AND BOOK PRINTING '
I IIob the best I have if I lot e BEAUTIFUL SOAP he manufactures. Until farther notice wB sail fellows .
those in loaded t ever seen as : :
with th* IUM
:trt II;; OU*1 of life, must revive -her trade and It is the best Washing, Barber and Toilet Soap ever ROBERT WALKER. 11
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Jrait IVarh wes arc flje.1 seen, and ; except.the second growth of New England strengthen the hope of those who are made. This Soap is put up in boxes contain;80 Ihs Receiver and Gent.SupL. ESTABLISHMENT., THE STEAMER DICTATOR :
how their; i and the middle states red cedar. and 90 bars. T. C. SPOONER Master Traneportation.s :;
ty \ oruuii growth that tho now despondent.-Key West D$palch. should .
Orders be addressed to CAPTAJ LEO VOGEL
climitiinl: : M iiI are what they require. which supplies the world with pencil A. BUESING. ': .,
and is found nowhere LEGAL ADVEUTISEMESTS. Assembly 711 BUCKY takes the lead in the latest styles of Silk and '
From AUi-fti-1< Waldo, twelve milesKalorer timber else of -' Jacksonville,Fla. Fur Hats. .until timber notice,leave CHARLESTON*
;! and parsed with but one dissentingvoice n-jtf TUESDAY CYCn D&and SAVANNAH every WEDNESDAY .
, a pine country. with here and eqiml quality ; magnolias towering
afternoon lor FERNANDINA. JACKSONVILLE -
1Lfn a l.uui and( [ii,"inp an extensive I one hundred and fifty feet in the air, I "on Friday, a bill!! repealing the RICHARD MCLAUGHLIN, G.. & W. I. T. CO.'S RAILROAD. ,PALATKA and Intermediate Landings., ..

ur&iiii; and arui-jtvntioesiill. \'e arrive I coveted with thick, green, glossy leaves. odious and unjust legal advertisement A. The proprietors are prepared to execute. orders for ,. : 0

*t die Itt r plaee. Jlr. J. .1. Kenanl, I To see one of those magnificent trees law of 1871, and re-enacting the old law, REAL, ESTATE AGENT FROMFERNANDINA every description of : RETURNING: s

)viu: !. arr io.! has given sOle with thin, delicate tinted blossoms,eight which leaves the field open .and free to Yack..trivilfr.' TO CEDAR KEYS. Will leave PALATKA every FRIDAY moruin '. '

Ulentioi. t ic. iruit lir( tie l\tl: few years, to ten inches in diameter, contrasted all competing newspapers in every All sorts of Real Estate bought and sold; Money In- PLAIN OR ORNAMENTAL PRINTING. and JACKSONVILLE every SATURDAY moraine
We have doubt that this Taxes Titles to suit the tide, 'EkNANl1IN same day.arriving.
no vested paid. esamincd.Ru<s :
and i with leaves will county.
inutnufd nic that L<; jut-kcd this.nason. green velvety repay GiG SOOTH come.osrni.Leat SAVANNAH and CHARLESTON every SUN, ,
IMIJI .me tree lourtheu VearsoId. one fur a trip of a thousand miles.I bill will pass the Senate and doubtless BY pnmssiox. to William Astor, Esq., *. Arrive.Fernandina DAY. .
receive the of the Governor. New York Ex-Gov. A. G. Curtin. BcIJefonie. Pa. .T..,. 5:30am yspm
I The deer approval : ;
fonrthont4u liwfrtiii'' -..tI &'., &c., are abundant in the This is the third time a repealing measure D. G.Ambler. 3501c.9JOle ..
i < planted in ISCy pio- htwmOl'k.1 Philadelphia Banker'Jacksonville. Fla. Baldwin{------ 9ar. OrTAi J.W.FITZGERALD ;
dud '\ irad[ oran:r-s last 1aI). It is a notable fact that the has passed the eanLly.-Floridian.. Henry Tucker Masi.NORTON 3-S-iy-pd --- aar. VISITING CARDS
Stark ........ : iu8
11:37 WO! leave CHARLESTON SATURDAY even
From U'aldo io Giuuvkxilie. twelve r''ftg i moss so universal and abundant in It will give us great pleasure to record Gaineavit _i 1:30 njoLrr WEDDING CARDS. ing.SAVANNAH every SUNDAY every afternoon for FER l

miles th,- l'uUIII'ItCl'omcli l> undulating, I almost all parks the state i is not found the passage of this bill in our next issue. & KOOKER, Bronson__-, ...'.--.- ,- | 3:10pm 9.4! NANDINA JACKSONVILLE; PALATKA and l

t hilt> still ''\! with l1in,'. I[ there or if teeu at all, only here and We hope however, that our cotempu- REAL ESTATE DEAl ErtS corner Ocean and Bay Cedar Kcys..._ __- 6:30 3:33 6:30 9:04 BILLHEADS. Intermediate Landing*. .

G&inen; liie. a village .1 KDUIC fifteen I| there in very small quantities, and of I faIT, who is on the spot, will keep his streets,Jacksonville, Florida. CONNECTIONS.At LETTER HEADS.CIRCUI.ARS RETURNING : : ,
t1lJ1dl'lod iulmluiai'Ls.: :the eat of imperfect giowth.i the document and see that it Money loaned on Real Estate security. General P
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couuty I I : eye on TUESDAY
Life and Fire Insur.uccgenta and dealers in Pine FERNANDINA.with Steamer City Point from Win leave PALATKA every moraine. -
J.1achll& tujiuiy. j is ja-t lie;iuuiaz to i i Cedar Key, ten miles from Rosewood, does not share the same fate that it .did Lands. Plantations,&c. Springfield suburb a specialty. Charleston and Savannah Mondays at 4 a. m.:steamer POSTERS JACKSONVILLE every WEDNESDAY morning ss .'
"cover(ruin the dt'presskiu ommon to and the terminus of the railroad, was at the last session.So Correspondence solicited. 3 aS.wU Dictator from Charleston and Savannah,Thursdays at suit the tide, FERNANDINA same day.arriving at ,
the With steamer Lizzie. Baker from BRIEFS. CHARLESTON and SAVANNAH THUKS- ;
iWhoie 4. m. Savannah every
ftiuon j'ejjiwii ol the t-Utte, I located and surveyed since the wr, and far as we are concerned, we trust Brunswick and St. )Lary's, Mondays at 6 a.m; for DAY. .
WaU ilcsiim-d In lievuuie one of our has now A population of some tive to .. most sincerely that this iniquitous and ;JOIIN-. B RO; w N those points on Fridays at 8 a. m. PAMPHLETS. THROUGH TICKETS AND BILLS OF LADING '. "

>oyrtipii4Id! iuland! villages. t-even hundred inhabitants. It has a unju.t bill may speedily be repealed, At BALDWIN,with J P ft M] P..R.from Jacksonville BLANKS OF ALL KINDS. GIVEN TO NEW YOKK. PHILA. .

Tietoullt). with the buwannee river respectable trade, and as it is the key and that our statutes may forever be expurgated AUCTION AND COMMISSION at 4:7 p. m.: Jacksonville at oos a. m. DELPHIA. BALTIMORE. ., 1
StLe.tthV &j F'e which have always At GAINESVILLE.with In-weekly stage line lot These S.tamers connect with Florida Railroad at f
:& the of
whole southern act
un north and outlet ot the gulf an we
Tamp.;-with stage line for NewnansvQle Tuesdaysand COLORED PRINTING AND GILT WORK. Feraandina. Pensacob ft Mobile Railroad '
Jacksonville
DSALEXIMFRUITS'
watte .
railroad through the ceime has coast, which is attracting a good many regarded as a disgrace to the Stateof Fridays.At at Jacksonville St.Joha'a Railroad at Tocoi for St_ of '.
wuaies tor tram-iHn ution ) Occome Florida. Jacksonville Frets.REV. VEGETABLES. GROCERIES. PRO- Augustine with steamers at Palalka for MeQcnviQe.. _
cuj<)j-ed Wv Mftllere, must by and by a pltueof CEDAR KEYS 'steamcrs to and from Ne'
tl'toUUlJCi in VISIONS. CROCKERY GLASS WARP.. Enterprise and the upper Sc.Joha'l.aDd wWuua.cn' -1
the t-tate, and in it are JMiiHjableiulUluerciaLimpoitancc! Orleans every Saturday With steamers from Key
: ; for the Ucklawaha tf -
Ve ll"" ol Luuiuioi-k : DR. W. WATKIX HICKS.-We West and Tampa. Fridays; from these places.Thins.days. river. lo-si .,, .
.
'
eovwexl with with tfWHOLESAU
The is located Wand Bay
town on an a 11-14 .
I heavy fully endorse the excoriation 'administered With Steamer Cool from Tampa.Sundays:lor -
growth III t hard wiw.d or cleared beautiful buy, dotted with smaller Tampa- Moadays. With Steamer.WawcMck from OKAHUMKEE .,,'f 'j
the
IIIpri'. : I Ix-autiiul t'I'lIl101.Iuca| islands, in front -and for boating and to the above Legislator for by it in OKDKXS Suwannee Fridays; Suwannee,Tuesdays'' CHEAP. NEAT AND PROMPT. FOR HARRIS,EUST1S AND, GRIFFIN i '
ItS' .utf.1Ct' Savannah News and make room I AT SAVAmfAH PUCIS. I ,D. E. MAXWELL. ; ;
u'sy be willed undulating fUhing there is no more desirable placeon 5-13 Superintendent. "
GI'rolliDX.ttUdu1e I our columns. Ol our own knowledgewe '
.
pt (,1Hs covered with tuber coast. when good accommodations that the Reverend Doctor H.ROBINSON i Balmorals. Bustles,and Chignons at JUCKY'S. SILVER SPRING, -

can testily,
..tJW'd'nh hickory anJ oak and be it will becomea T ; "tADd -
can procured I. .
bder1&i' Democratic extremist whilst WHOLX&ALB&BCTAJL.DRUGGIST. and L cs' Companions BUCKVS.O :
"jtj clay was a Carpetbag at .. olhCT Landings on the Oqkja'jaha River.; <" |j
a .
sUbwil, furnishes u jNipular resort for invalids and tourists. FaUlt w.GOLDCT. rmAjnc ADAMS. :).
IiIil' his Maron Citizen and editing
r&1IliIJJe in a tli'.b Ut.-ree for caltlAtG the publishing .
Litvy county being immediately on .rr.u".
rUion. the Nineteenth' Century, and now politically L. KEENE & ADAMS, Z,2 :
GOLDEN '
gult, with the Suwannee river on the Hoeg's Block Bay".. "
me vUle p'ae:4.c: be is neither fibh. flesh fowl, or ; Che Steamer: .> rjWJ '
t: as ut other eitu uj>r rr fid., the Withtacwocbce on the JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.pstiscxrmoia : nIwS SW ; -' .
even good dried herring. He is a political OKAHUMKEE ;i.
IaD oran:,; trees: slid bananas in lower and! the railroad passing throughthe BAY STREET JACKSONVILLE FLA. :

< --.* .iuflicjcnt lo how the adapta"JT center is of easy, access. Besides mountebank habited in clerical I,anIPommfIIG A U' LTY.IR. FINE GROCERIES A.L. JlJc-Matter.Win ; .
oi ioU and robes and gifted with gab. He claimsto Dealeriti' "
climate to their the hammock and the Suwannee
growth gulf
leave JacksorrrHk THURSDAY morahsxat .1. -
Ct- bold the "balance of power"? in the every
.
fiIla has FRENCH CONFECTIONERY ', ,.
; a 8mj ll nursery nearwhoever hammock there is an immense quantityof MILLINERY 8 o'clock. J.
tYillae Assembly as a conservative republican W. EARL GEO. R. FOSTER Agent.I .
ar.i
vists it will be excellent pine land,:.which at some .
ted that the but what bifjigttres are we cannot say. FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC FRUIT ALE, 'Jacbonvllle J.July s si .)
hammock land of day must become.rauable.!! FANCY COoPS 7'J
F DM.ESS
AND
AStbL.Z&rejuit Montictllo Constitution..BETWEEN ,
what fruit trees require.. MLACnCAL WINE. UQUOR. CIGARS; .- v

ia, L'U j last .UUuucr,aDd alter exumi along There the'are line of'road no large as orange there are groves none NEW ORLEANS .AND ST. PAINTER AND!PAPER HANG ERL Has Just received from New York a full assortment of TOBACCO ETC, SAMUEL B. HUBBARD, : : :

llt'8 all i *utpe II, from the at any point in the interior. Before the MAKES.-Before the war a line of schooners the above named of the lave In store and to arrive .:1.
gi Having decided to reside here permanently will be
just 4 puttiii out leAves to ihe !in this section of ran regularly between New Orleans Jacksonville, '. to
arjn.- war "cotton was king" glad to receive orders from all requiring work done.inbis .,
.
\'ll1tlO'llSeJ with 13r2'e.Ihu and St. Marks by 'which 'vast KM. ? : .FIRST-CLASS GOODS, : : .1d
teioiix1 the country, 'and so loyal were the LATEST STYLES1 AND FASHIONS. ,
bunch' of iruit. was satUfied inhabitants to their monarch that every quantities of Western produce were GRAINING. GLAZING and KALSOMINING Importer Dealerin: '-'! .J': t. .
:pe 'UL4are was here transferred between these two done in the best Which by making TERMS CASH they offer at the ', '
be a succee other enterprize was neglected. There 'points. manner.- Also,a fine assortment of ladles'and gentlemen's '- ;;; ;:1t1 ,I

queetin i or doubt. are, however, tree enough in.the yardsof and from St. Marks were distributed Orders left at Davis& Drew's Furniture Warehcu** LOWEST PRICES. HARDWARE, IRON AND STEIn .
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fG 1&"me here to digress a moment houses along the route described to through the interior to the great con will receive prompt attention. KID CLOVES. '

1ta4IttI: had believed what many demonstrate beyond any cavil or doubt venience and advantage of consumers REFERENCES: Social Atttniun of the Ladies called Io onr. EDGE TOOLS.TABLE cad POCKET **:!+' ss _

!.* *t > 'wonld} and merchants. We are glad to be ableto My stock having been purchased so recently' admits ','*"* -
w not
n1 ucd that the soil and climate just what CUTLERY -
i are
WI S. I. BIU Ca. Esq.'and C.' L. Rosmsoa. Esq ,of being sold M exceedingly .. : MAILLARD'S SUPERIOR. CANDY .
; L lilUliU *f.ut the revival of this line '
't ; from what I the wants and I have never announce ,withan JacksonvOl Pie *
Ta in the orange ; Nails Glue. Potty Glass, Paints. Oils; J: ',
two last I am extension to Tampa and have no I Attu .
tO OUT tSKOTtSICIIt
Ol
.
tiae4 years seen healthy vigorous trees or .., ,1
Nat more Very stylish Ladies' Hats at BITcKY'S.FOR.SALE LOW PRICES. "
Lthev .we have the .oil und cli- better bearers Or more delicious fruit doubt that it'will! not only be well pat- PRESERVESJELLIES. ETC. LEATHER BELTING.RUBBER.PACKING. ,.I -. $ ,

uire, and I at uo.di.t:1nt day .than: can be found along tbe'Une of this ronized but that :it will"prove a'very .y-caIiand1ce. ,:- '- -" rII.. .. : : -
JolootC'UI ls tu be a business second road. cheap expeditious and reliAble'm &r1s STOVES.TINW AJt .CROCKERY. PUMPS-tj ,

From.tICt''t YI".1ngt'i. Cotton planting op a large scale has of procuring supplies. 18 Acres'Land I Comer Lots In Brooklyn. OBERSON & :MAPSON t PICNIC PARTIES win bit It advantageous to Lead and Iron Pipe '.: 1u1 -.
shall make the LUNCHEON
l can, replenishing
as we
GainclifiUe Freights we are authorized to. Also for.Let,or Lesley: : .
1ttda to Archer the roadrolling not been successful since the war, and say .
BASKETS
: Stock : country part ham. the plantations which were once so'profitable will be delivered at all points on' theJ. VALUABLE qTY LOT _Have opened a first-class 49 Purchases a specialty.delivered1,grad, DOORS.SASH.BLIDS.MOULD1NGSSUGA. .. Y"a"rt,::: .Jtf :. '

part. good quality or lime hare been neglected or abandonedand P.M Railroad unusually low rates. 60 feet by Corner Julia and Fonyta streets.. :} ,
yo. :SALOON lorslc. _," ',
SHAVING ,
GOLDEN ft AD.uJS.Roaa" > ". r',.
eery .
e toot or which' b be bought at low The first vessel of the line, the "White For particulars enquire or' -
tU1t. stsceptjble can now very
iaLiu. ana Wing" will sail from New Orleans c. C. COLLINS llarbU Front Building near Grand Na. Ca-I.ut, .R.ie /lli"r..u Z31. M .
lLSckly will o.ne thtY 'U6talnAt price, 8ay a half to a fourth of the cost on Wi Chca'. Block, comer of Bay and Fine streets where aU the modern -
aetu P.>pu1a on. of Imrmivea enjs. and unimproved landon the 12th inst., and be succeeded in ,two .. OrJ.J.ROHR. appliances used by the best saloons in the country can "-14 tf 'tlonat Hotel, Jacksonville,Florida. SMiji-iJ"'fl1l : J. ;%; : !
Areher weelvS 'second vessel. 'The White 1"9 tf At Grand Na1ioaaInotcLLUI I belound., They also imuJi at aU. ,hoars, e'< ,
'e railroad from by
notice and near th& at one to :
abow orange trees justlib" Wing" is a splendid vessel sails like a Blankets>d Coverlets of every else and Quality at 1OR SALE. ; -4. : ;
.
1. doln.- five dollar tcre.Whh ,
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ey are welL per HOT AND COLD BATHS.'Tickets' BUCKY'S.fOR .
EMILE MOURGEON '
,
s. 11.
iciaitba '. duck, and:very, staunch .and fast. Success : .L '.
& that Archer and liatihabe the quality of land as describedand to-the'line.-Floridian. ", ., entUGng the beam to eight staves.'for sale A UJriataat II 0"oI'Jhe pont uJt1-H' -cI,po.'...5'r" I'
SALE.
cclJLrattidliOUn dve
which it can be
as the the low llrice'at From Paris,France lately Foreman of the States for it JDO; eight baves.half catting and hampoolng : Ii I
eties. Lad Lilltro<]luce the improved bought, the sure, quick and cheap rate "Some one might imagine that. am hisadDy. ngeaza14Jtent. ) $ .-_ : _. : ;j-iotf DNT1QY -,.i;" 2; -
.
give : Located OB the St.Johns river and Shell ran*!two miles :
tbem railroad -
such culture adopted by the endeavoring to impose on credulity ,' ii
as of your
transportation .
s't1Ll For jardculan
DYEING I Ease r1Grn 1&1f\i1.o5ce
f. NEW AND SCOURCCG ESTABLISH- dow dry of Jacksonville acres.land. Beautiful ; ..
I1Oi11 j their' full.det'elopmeut. in connection .with, the steamers ""beD I tell yon that there is not a grove JHENT.T' '. A. J. WAKEFIELP, M.' D., river view r good home high airy rooms- 3/100 grapevines v '_' '_._._1',.'... :
'itk IInch is fOllnd on pine land from Fernandina to New York, the n i bearing- along the St Johns which will ., : ; too orange tree,eight years.old. son bearing ;
..1.Y Wbsotl just readily icll for Laics' and. 'i Wearing Appsjrei;' ist.p1QVED' peach trees,figs pomqraIII- ,and shrubbery RQQMS FOR RENT.i .-.: >".?' .
the -
climate to fruits from .fire
; for and $ .to.llcn
i. 1 thing adaptability coil u ; : .1. ,Lace. Curtains.. .-. '%..., : .. ; ', 1 : Ira inflecT: good dstexn. .This Is OM of the most desirable FURNISHED .
'lit 41M 1neaUre1&; peach tree near and vegetablcasuscepUblft of cultivationin thousand collars per.acre yet such is ", r -Lam Sba.w.?'- From the corner of Adams ai 4 Laura streets to the pUces for home on the St. Title good. -.i :'f > ,
&sl tt4 io, bd and other nna fabrics cleaned and dyed the Ocean1 Street Presbyterian "artol the purchase money remain second o* the Location pleasant. 'Good laciHties lor housekeeping.
( it.tbirtY.Qur aDd the ( this indubitably the fact.n* most carefully Brick .House opposbe Off. .
, a state, I see no.reason WhV I Correspondent ,. .:1 i .
1n iORSVTH STREET between- ewnaa awl Barvsjtu I property If_... Call.on. >,. E- H.MASON nac.lJ1wu..1. ,' \ -v. J.15- .L :
,circqmrerenc*:.three'feet section. of our-state-.should -notAt an Florida Jourwl.i, r :..r,8* hetitrrt-i.. *fu ii.icc }.Ji ,,4.1 9ch:4..t. s;:'W t.."' b fVU.u'- .H .'rt..' tf .|" .>. 'Ontt* p mfcc. -,$' f. < E.'B: KElLOGG. .

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:] i1 S '- T3LE J'1 EWSOUrHSEMI-WEEKLY.; : : JACKSONVILLE S WEDNESDAY) FEBRUARY 10, '1875.,' "


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I h' 1 ,-.. THE NEWSOUTH.tl I.ty! selected that although no ble prlco )' hoththcy are shipped certainly p ST.OFFICE NOTICE. HOTELS AND BOARDING --

. 'c' .;:..cta" : J. .. LoAm.r ) emoerat'cilI bo fully satisfied, not one is be a poor encouragement to tat ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE 0 MAILS. : vlZ
1 ,
%. .,j. -: a.ft.cAkIt'Tn.Ss ADAMS CARR VTJI & CO. will bolt the creed or the ticket planted can be nd business. Aastyz. Ca gENNETT =

; \S CBO. VUKSIDII.. _J upon it.Report. about ,, You are at liberty to read this.letter Afore Northern extra and mall Western(of Live,dally Oak, jiob A. M. 3:0. N.s .

f'ic, .t S J. S ADAMS EDITOR. of all Cr f ; tbe Association i in your judg and all 10"1 west, will PORT ORANGE, FLA
leave at : ___ .
S '"* of the Superintendent of Public 7:0 af. *'
11t ) .1 -------------- The ent it la a proper 'case for their conderatlon. Fernandina and Florida Rail By MRS. IL"E

t -t ',' 1 TO CORRESPONDENTS OTHERS. Instruction.We road,daily..........._ 9x0 A. M. 3:0 P. ". IR&BI
: W:," Items .And in,that case you are at Saberty int Augustine and Palatka This new h. now ready
:III a (: ,4 Slate f Local Also intercut are milicited from all parts of the bare looked over the Jleport, of f publish it with'whatever min diy,( unday*excepted)_ 4:0.M. 1:_A.M. comfortably thro wS1. I.
., ; communications on subjects general i ) :Si U t"1U'
: wit K ey ,arrives every Monday 14 guesttS ;
Hon. Samuel
B.
r. 'If. interatt,especially educational social and*ndustnal McLin, the Acting remarks it elicit. But if _et_____ make the table b**"0'
ere eor Sts
.,.'. I(>pies. Correspondents: .bouJ! make their letters as may you 9:1.1. I t trott7.
\, ,4 \ bIW... he( Superintendent 01 Public Instruction closes everThursday- 3-00 P..
1 I ... MM and circumstance*will permit. S tbe'poor ink this inexpedient and that the ex- Enterprise, Melonville, Sand 5 Th schoonerELIZA
\I ; r.: W are not responsible for opinions expressed by our and we are glad tu call Attention to it as Tuesday and
:
;
correspondents. Rejected The so of the Black Star Line is sufficient Pont ar.c
.5 tnanuKCriplvcan. neither ,
.x be returned 'sensible tan _..._____ 4P' M. .:oo*.if. BENNETT
I"I':,..'I., : will not be noticed.nor preserved. Anonymous extremely) and able document co nsin, u may withhold it. I leave it to your For George, Yellow Muff and w ill leave Foster's
wI' _ __ _ of interest and value. We have Mayport' Tuesday
f .' .. n... hot ere. Respectfully, and arv___fc. _. 4P... araaasrB-asSS'eaS'
: c ..; r: Mr. C. B. Dibble's Talk 1 S n the space to quote as many passages leaves Wednesday and Sat
t' ," ". .; to the Fruit" is due CHARLES EEcnEB. iifft y____........._.. 9 A. Agoamtu i-.gjBls.SBr
F .: ,Growers' Association. of special force as we would like to do; that S t. Nicholas-..--................. 10:00: A.N. 10::A.I M Corner Bay and
Hogan
: ,I".. .. Wo, puUUh! in the} semi-weekly the remarks and indeed the report is so compact and st AN F street landlady has posted the OFFICE HOURS. the*schooner Due notice will oft),.time auet aln

:. ,"; made to the Fruit Growers' As- symmetrical that only the whole of i it most hl wing on her front door: "Wanted, from Tie S post-office will(be.open daily(Sundays excepted) b given In the p. I,0 ,
A. M to 6:30 p. M
; a:.. sociation, of C. B. Dibble, Esq.. des- would constitute a, fair synopsis. Of thrown .o or three boarders of a decent clock The office will be open on Sundays from 1 C 1:] WAVERLY HOUSE,

; !;:>f S criliing! the country along the A. G. & one very important item in the practical man of l ripe, such as go to bed at 9 o'clock 1 be general P. and box deliveries w b open at all

; I I 'i :::: ,, Iv T. Company's Railroad from working of the school system ho says: Gods a pipe or cigar in thier mouths. time received during the fl hours, the mails "FLORIDA HOM JACKSONVILLE.The .ha,, FIID.
a bein ditbte.ZIONEV
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t a", ',y.' Baldwin to Cedar ICej's. The transparent Whilo :a few of our county superintendents wish 'them to rise in time ORDER OFFICE 1 rfihd,will h b b...
HO.
nry
wash and comb
their faces
i : ". sincerity and candor of Mr. Dib- are in every way worthy, qualified The money order office wit b open from 9 A. M.t T RM5 ___.) .
". .'- ble's address ancK'fliclcnt officcjrs, :i large fiiajoritj of eir heads before breakfast.. When I:3)P. N.and from 3 to 4 Jd'dJ. ('OMrOlT Cpd
: '. exercised a very winning them arenoto'rionsly4iufit for the, -:: their boots to draw Money orders are iu at this office payable in any Ot I
effect : position "0 ey put on on par of the United State. and also orders payable: in 1'3m cHo.AtON.J.J
:' : ': upon his hearers, and, many have: and utteilv incapable: of performing i eir pants over them, and not to Great Britain, Switzerland and Germany.The .,

: r. expressed a desire to obtain c pies. The their duties. The literary qualifications The ave them rumpled about the knees, following are the rates of commission: Drawer*andUedershI .very cheap,

4' .' S I: address will be inserted entire in the of some of (them, if we 'may be permitted of the hw is a sure sign of a rowdy. DOMESTIC MONBY oalD allU'-
1
'1 ;t. WEEKLY NEW SOUTH judge from the )lettersjind annual On orders no exceeding 110, 5 cents. MONCRIEF HOUSE,
Saturday next, V hen sit down
up they to rest or warm
of Over $10 and exceeding j ao, 10 cents.
; .. '" reports sent lojliif! pfficc. arc a"ery no .
4t a t ','I.' .." and Additional copies will be printedor primitive typo/UndUome) -t exceeding f cents.
40,10
1! OYrJ D PI
of; ;:" :' those who give notice of desiring them indolent, imcompctent, or uninterested, engaged or bureau, nor spit Oe 4 and not exceeding $50,35 cents. JACKSONVILLE
FLORIDA
J t as to omit the of annual the bread And their ,
onTbtnsdaynext. making an icif by any n tray. to pay rOXIIGM MONEY .
O.DIIOn I
I'b now open l guests. This home i is .
I' port at all. to the weekly, monthly, or quarter- ordeis not exceeding |io,95 cents. throughout) will remain uQ May' .

S ; .' A Native! Turk to Lecture on Turkey. Every enlightened" and liberal'mau' the r l '-as may be agreed upon-with amile Over Over $10$10 and and not not exceeding exceeding gao,S cents.cents. op.EVANS & HINI

t : A rather unusual: opportunity for entertainment must concur in the large and catholic ing upon their faces, and they will Over 13 and R exceeding 'J, f 1.0. Proprietors SEASIDE .
Over and exceeding $50,|i 25. "" Atlantic
; : .,' .'J :and instruction will be given spirit that Displayed in the following: that nd me as pleasant" as an opossum up 4 no J. b. ADAMS, Pot re. city zi.j.

r" "':1 to our ritizciis', in the l lecture upon the The truth is, that (his and all other bers of persimmon tree. JabonvleJanur i, 1875. Beautiful Silk Scarfs,in variety of color,Ie BCtIY'

l ': "r Turks, their manners: and custom! to ofiioos in any way connected with the crowded : LEGAL.IN THE CLARENDON ; :

: : :.. be delivered in Polk'd Jail, on Thursday edueational interests tha State mu.-t chance A MARK OF GENTILITY. friend HOTEL '

f. be entirely and forever' divorced from in our hearing a day or two BANKRUPTCY. GREEN COVE SPRING,
:
i I .. ;; evening next, by C. Oscanyan, a native Too has the would FL
politics.
party frequently ncethat. one of the surest marks of now for
11 'a Turk and a pleasant' as well session I open th ssn.
very as fallen into the
supeilntendencj
county
neage and respectability is therompt In the finns Cintrt tf lAs United Sat for it*
,. : :' : competent gentleman, of taste and cul hand ot men who have prostituted it to m .Ktuttrn: Dittrtct of P'.67h.i. TERMS.oo PER DAY.
fiII" ; : return of borrowed books.
:i their advancement made In the matter of the PENNSYLVANIA TIE COM
political: or use
f : ture. Mr. ()scan\'an will appear before upon his he expression may be impromptu, I PAN Y,Bankrupts. No. 1787. Special arrangements b the weefr.
1 : \ o fit. fur lh pecuniary aid it brought.
1 bis audience in full dress of a Tuikidi l low and ut it has none the less force. It is I 1874 December 32. By order of the United Slates -
This should not be. The objects of the I District Belonging to.and exclusively
fur the Eastern of Pennsylvania. In. ctrd this H
,t j'. ". :: ; gentleman with all its ordinary paraphernalia sjfetem are too sacred to be touched by m I uch better to borrow : five dollar Cour Bankruptcy. '1 he following described r estate wi.'tel,i the Green Cve .

I /.y; and the lecture can scarcely: : the polluting htn.l.uf any political pail}'. up to ill, and comeniently forget it, than be 1875.sold at at I public o'clock auction a. ,m.on. 'at hursd-'y Apalachicola February, Franklin. WARM SULPHUR SPRING

,t. ::: fail to please and .inform. As Mrl O. is S The interests'involved are too weighty, a set of books by borrowing aolume county. State of Florida: Fined
i the 1'N.uhsl.o far-reaching, to lie sacrificed No. i. All that certain piece or of Und up wit
J -: .: here with view of selecting a back or two of a friend, and mak in the county of State prl stute
proper HOT. COLD. PLUNGE
such Frlin. .1cri WC1 AND
to base Lit it be te sWIMMLxCBATHS.
: purposes.
\ i it a of indifference whether Apalachicola rver, a folw5 Beginning
: > point
in this State
'! : '. .. locality lor an European: I und'I."tooll'by( all pailics: that into tins any a pim where north ln of section t,of township 9, .
t : ; colonyjive hope he will receive this attention domain of public education neither parl l lant, I e ever sees them again or not. in rne.8 south and wet, crosses a creek,said point HARRIS & At PLECATK
b eng! iwenty (au) chains and fifty ((50) links east of
+ :(.1i .which his well-known merits tizlu: hip nor sectarianism shall come; guarded i of honor" are very exacting, nrwee corner of said section i,and two(2) th Dee.i,84._iatf_ Proprietor.

:I I j'4.-<-' but that'cMiipetcJiey and worth shall}) besought ut if any' one debt should take therecedence ad seventy-five((75)Ilk east of a travene post on
entitle
him. "You I line,set on the ( the marsh said creek
I sid ; BOARD.
j IrL : j after and J''l.ogliiZl'd. no matter of another it should be D PRIVATE
T-- thence,up the said creek to a given tree, the corner of
1 : : ,.- what ) these kindly Thomas Orman and Anson Hancock old
: thence,
)political: or religious opinions debt to common gentility by re- lne
THE
: A Southern Industry. ; noh. degrees west,one ( ) and : STICKNEY HOUSE.Br .
.4'. qualiliculiuns; shall I be found associatedwith. standing rin borrowed money and borrow sixteen elght-i.) t8J fence; from this point chan traverse .

: The North Carolina Handle Factory j name of a' books. post in tb creek above referred to, twenty-seven MRS. S. A DAY.
.1.. was: built :at Gn>enbnro' in 1871 and is I ((27)chain 75-100 east of the northwest corner of
We have often with Mr.
; disagreed: i insill said section i,bears north,8 degrees west,six Good board at reasonable rates.
'f j now owned by Wilson & Slmbcr, bankers : .%south twenty-seven and one half t }%)chin.thence. terms made fur those desiring make
": Mi'Lin in many things, but feel boundto : AT THE G.uE.-We have been 27 dcel Lb t a pen.
.t" : at that place. It can turn out 200 opening west,five(schains and (or-t((48)links t a comer m suy.OIDDELL.

";f f 4: I' 'r ,'1 I dozen axe handles in a day. The handles express our cordial approval (Jf his I bf the i sf a design for an upholstered fence;east thence, fiv,.south chains,fry.nin an Cnbal(4( ( %)degrees a. ItJ

i t I;: I are made from thw best hickory Urn. able report :and hope that the report of his e nt. gate, which seems destined to survey of fifty acre,lying chiefly in-the city ApaUch-t HOUSE,

,:: ber, of which the firm have: an ubundance. sStt exhibit equal appeciation ecome very popular. The foot.board i cola; thence along the line of sid survey of fifty acres
uceessoimay ered in : twelve the northeast of
; : ((12) corner
survey;
: chin 1 sid
", .;:I This firm have gained the reputation of the duties of this important cilice, i in the i cushioned, and there is a warm I thence. luth, forty-nine and one-half (49%)degrees FERNANDNA. FLA.
1 of making as good handles as aremannfacturcd each side the i inside cast,three((3)tlain and seventy-two((72) link* to the
on
1,: at similar! establishment with the same evident ability to l1is'hargc'th of Kings rity line: ,alone said city line and through the SAMUEL.T. RIDDEU, Psontsns.sIagnificcot .
any i being adjustable, so that a short marsh to a point on a line with the wharf lots ot tb
: 't '
.f 'r in the country. They make a great ( m. They : l city survey and bounded by'I urtle Irbr; thence, up
I variety of goods, jud have a large trade irl can bring her lips to the line of Turtle harbor t a pin o the place beginning; drive 01 eighteen miles O(he Snot
I disposed bounded by harbor and the city line Atlantic Beach.
moustache without trouble.
S ..t not only in this country but Australia: Our Washington Letter. ny given o(Aplachicla. containg thirty(jo)acres of land more *-Refreshing se*breezes.

1 t' \ J and Gtrmau)'. The manufacture ol I WASHINGTON, Feb. 3, 1875. i in their : I the gate is occupied at 10:30 p. m., or steam saw ntul. with engine ma OPEN AND
,1,1 these is in the hands J iron hand extends from( cbinr sw.,belts, fulun sjind running gear thereon. SUUIE WINTER.
goods ol u man flfl an< : n the gate- the of
The report of the committee on cheaptransput ) ered on thirty(jo> acre tract land ab.ve described. -
; large experience, he having followed their ost, takes the young man by the left BOARD:
i tation lias been submitted to the No. Also the east half of and Per iLiy_. .
; the trade a. quarter ------
j t : .1 for some sixteen 'esrs.-Tle. S. and will : There ; i ar, turns him around, and he is at: the ct half southeast quarterm f 13 to"15oo
South. senate be acted in few
S on
a
I If I started home steel foot. l one hundred and sixty (i&)acres more or less. Satisfactory made
f .. I It is to be hoped that days. They hare agreed the appear I ty e S No. 3. Also fractional sections number 36 and 27and Fine livery accommodations.arrangements wit E1e ll-f f
:: ,. .' ere many years upon girl can, if she likes, set this part I Iv number 3.section 35 containing four hundred
'l pass away, some enterprising routes of water travel: and the meansof and ninety-five and 76'0((457610)acres mr o
or t a later hour than:
10Jo.-Rolt, l k HOUSE
.;:M., i :: will :: the facilities improvement for the coming fiscal 1 were I RIVERSIDE ,
: -I company appreciate I (N) Sentinel. No. 4. Also the IOr.V"J of Forbes Island, unsur-

,1: :,' I offered in the abundance of oak, ash and I year, hut of course this could .not takethe ( veyed.All in and township supposed 6,south contain range five 8 hundred west. ((5 0)acres., (Formerly oh.e rfouj.)

11. S ; hickory in Florida, for wood manufactures character of gilatire action, as for.ed CHANCE TO PURCHASE. No. 5. Also(rctonlsctiOs 33 and 73,cntlnin JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.43"CPEX .

.:" in various directions, and inipnrn E the committee only) acted under the. case. : RARE lHE more o hun orle. an od $10(.8 57-100)acre FROM NOVEMBER T MAY.fX

.' S ', them, in a similar 'way.: -ED. NnwSOCTII. authority of a caueu.! repeat : MARQUIS DE TALLEYRAND ESTATE: l l0.6.et of Also Carsar fractional creek section,estimated 15 except contain such part three a The undersigned,J. L.Scott ODe 0 the pfoprielofi
f. j' lb c of the Kranklin Hoii-e.
at Hiphgate
t The iml>l'u\'em contemplated wil I Iaffoid same c> CF'To be Sold at Auction! 3 bundl. ((300))acr.lo. and W. H. Goodnch.tar years !prnp.Vc
I. ALi fract'onal!
section
:L 41 1 direct relief) to each section of the They h 7.and sixty nine and 37. containing two ,clerk.&c. beg lea*, C announce I their &a.
(269 ose'about
: is A'w I the Premises, Feb, 18th, at a. m. more or less. 6lC 61UJ act th na visit Florida.,*ae they tU
The A. & G. I not 1 above House and shall their best to Bale
: Railroad. interior, and will not demand the expeinlilure No.8 Also section 34 containing five d ia-
.t fctia hun boarding with
f t; 4; The TITLE PERFECT. EERMS EASY. dred ana and acres C tb chem
61130575
61-100) baoVi of ihtSt.
The Live Oak Times looks carefully: of ot'erTWEsn" more or less. hous U pleasantly ii.uate on t
:;':it alter the interests j jury wi This very desirable and well-known property is No. 9. Also (rl'ionl 36 containing S Railroad. Johns river, only five minu.e west from the
: :I" of the Atlantic & Gulf f MILLIONS OF DOL1.AUS.This the situated 0 a high Uuff, on the bank of bu-. hundred((300)acres more or!ctOI le. tree down the T. and oldie commanding surrounding a fine view up tad

Ratlro&d Company and announces a "t ta : : of course, will not bo grantee case city Jacksonville. The extensive rivcr and land 'lo re sold lice of incumbranceon the Cilluwlng p'Nng I Slllted. A4s
i ; follows: at one time but sufficient i I ape views a not excelled at any p-vmi on the nvr. term For the tract of Uml fr described fifteen A lL'DIUC.JanYl
1 a sum to pros stand. i he buildings r surrounded by one 01 the grandest hundred((1500))dollar on the day sate.and the residue Or L. S. Scott. rTghgate t1
'f, :: Among other important bills intro rcuto the woikil1 be appropriate: : mot magnificent forests of huge livv ok.water .o(u on the confirmation of the sale an... d>.
.t t i duced by our desiring magnolia,Laurel,cher English Lly, other l livery o th deed one-fourth in three months one '
.-: representative in the As: each year until they ate completed, provided I rand old trees, the lormer age. fourth months and the balance in twelve moth Tam an Peedee Jackets at BUCK.VS.
J' Bcmbly is an act to gunt corporate pow en L from the delivery of the deed; the purchase money un
l' ..: cis to the Atlantic and Gulf Kailruatl the democratic party let go to spi t same i 800 TO 1000 ORANGE TREES, paid to be secured by bo-d and mortgage on the prrm-
,I S .. i i es,with interest from the dale of the delivery of the SPORTSMEN
Company. This bill on their hands: and thus lose the
passed, will power deed. The other (
't enable from five to eight years growth plums, figs,lem prel or cash on the confirmationof A"DTOU
'\ .'f the Atlantic :and Gulf Railroad they have: thus Jar obtained. The ira in l ,Cle the sale an the d RIST
residence U in ,and the At the sme time and place personal
complete
J Company to' extend tbdr mad south I h eye respect te II.il a
f provements contemplate the thorough I U of the property will be sold; .treasonable
; f points I one pleasantes most W ill find good and other accomnodadeaa
S from Live Oak, thus giving facilities for and IS on the 51 Johns river,combining, an does, 10.0 fu (more o t less) of lumber,238 ft. (more or prices br
!I transportation to the citizens living i in syotematic improvement of that promise the pleasure o a rural h.me, with e advantages a olive ( l less) c>f stock logs. 4 tin oil cans,6,0(more or less)
c
S. the and growing city close at The house has cross ties,3 boxes of nuts and washers, I barge on JAMES M. FORD'S,
extreme r-outhern hn.
"t. portion of tin GIGANTIC AND MUDDY PUDDLE, third an ((9))unusually large,high with sev stocks, i tug on stocks and tchinr.a cans of lead,
: I State. For the good the Stato smaller broad p ar rom.sides kitchrn, i keg of lead,* office desks of tar,2 iron
we hop brl"
But ORI. ; STATION.A. .
t' ala o a ROSEWOOD PALMETTO
.; i called the river; ,
: :;: the bill may-become law Mississippi including servant? rooms detached. buk i morticing machine lot of bolt iron.4000
: a and that in u Fine drives,walks ( ( or less) lumber, x box of saw teeth,
;1' :. ::;. reasonable length of time we shall: bJ an adequate} !: channel at its mouth ; the men ,carriage hu',wt bath out-buildings and sumeho.all in com j iackscrew.Uore }34 o( spikes 3 jrinton.4 axes i iron,I G &W. I. T. Go's R. R., 10 miles from 'War

l' i able to note the completion of the ex connection of' that river with the lake order and well pinlcd.an '1 he grounds comprise rubber bale of oakum,,letter% box O I lter x r o KeY is a fine place for bportsmea it beinf iltustidn
: ) all rich will be sold with belting press and 13 parts
tension of tho ae ; AuD. 0 kq the borders celebrated
Atlantic the
and this a 'o
., ., Gulf Railroaas ii 1 by means of-the Fox and Wisconsin : t a desired. o washers, &c.,a cross-cut swS,4 Iwsppr files.S o
.IS. I,. '. far as the Suwannee river. as the I r Will EXCHANGE (brother desirable or ft barrel o resin, i bus of nt an hr. l"i8 HAMMOCK
; ., I rivers improvement and the Hennepln a STOCK OF GOODS prpr boat,5 shove.i bus tol. GULF
\ When the Florida Railroads so the bar, : As a residence,or an la or wagon, lo wire I lo mil sw ,
necessary canal the of the' fr hote bng- o
.': I : : ; speedy completion }U unequalled by any Stte i 10 of glass Insulators, a iron sales rw bt.unfinished Abounding In all kin game.: and has aot We*
to the development of the State improvements between Lakes Superior Apply to owner on the premises i upright iron boiler,x cl o rp. chairs .overrun by hunters. 0
: .t .5 : A. LINCOLN. i long steam box. 1 cans o pint, ext cnbrsw. Those looking (or '
are complete*! and the l. ,.
original system and Huron, and .Huron and Erie ; th e fenten 2-) td* Jacksonville. Fla. lhepersonalproperty sd 1 ah.
I ; ; HENRY C SUGAR ORANGE OR VEGETABLE LANDS
f' of the Internal well fed TERRV.ip.
Improvement law i 1'iI. thorough and systematic improvcmcnof JOSEPH M. SI'URGES,

I. \ brought to perfection and the trade u f the Ohio, Kan'awha: 'and Tennesseerivtrc. say I Percale shirt I nice,at Bucky I. 1,64' Will find it to their interest to take a look 1J
elsewhere, the Gulf
ing Hammk a'
;t a 1
Florida is liberated from the iron domination I. ever on doubtedly the IN *LORI .
So far there i is RICHET
nothing "
a putdown A COMPARATIVE PRICE LIST i Tine Cassimere Shirt,stylish and durable, at Bucky'sGUILD passing each way7.
Molt
tin.
of S .,FUu, Dec. '4. 1174-
now, as effectually to drain all its .1-.1S chats L L_.
:j kg Slate is without representation here a.present. OF DIFFERENT ORGANS CHURCH & CO. ,116 d.-
t
mate profits to 8""e1l'tb,, coffers of foreign his THE

1.15 ., ,1 capitalists to the great detriment 'The Sewing Machine lobby S now organized to take ;yV ; [Prepared by GEO.,M. SMITH.] PIANO FORTES PRIVATE- BOARD

II l of our l hen ? CABINET PIPE ORGAN CO., ,
ownpeople will bu
? and. in fo ;
S poon orating Congress r 1 Syracuse. N."Y., ( stops;-.........,_ $500 'AT HIGHLAND PARK.A .
I. a enough: to legislate for the exclusive an extension of the )patent on certai in present ; > ESrEY & CO., < TRIUMPHANT.
Brattleboro, Vt., (9 ilop).____?, 400
I benefit (of others. And this, we opine, parts of the machine, which will hav wife; < I & CLOUCH, TWO GOLD few large room with first-das boaic

i I Is the conclusion Detroit Mich.. (to stops)___ 400 MEDAL
t' tu _which i the Ipgi la- the cflVct to keep It' out of the hands of seems to ft liLAKE. FINE RIVER VIEW.
tnre i Worcester Ma ., ( ..., .C.Iicmia.On*<. Michigan and Two Medals..'MMecanic's '
as often before She io stops-- '
f will and 40 :
: now ag.iincome. needy seamstresses poor families, i Is rH AMKK1CAS ORGAN CO.. Association in Boston. besides numerous DAILY MAIL

I ;' understood to have and has Boston Mau.:, (to. stops)._, __ 375 I STEAM FEX: &*,
FARLEY
1 & ,,
\' Mr. ( Ma ..._........ FIRST PREMIUMS
., A WOKKIXO CAPITAL OF $;&0,006. Worcester, Democratic ENGLAND ORGAN CO FOUR TIMES DAILY AFTER DECI5
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Divergence Financ :
on ::. the
Tho object theso monopolists hare 'i In :as Boston, Mass.. (to stops)...-.-_ 350 In State and County Fairs all over the country. -
S It is reported that a is the : ORGAN CO., Adr.
j : strong committee, vit'S{ entirelyindefensible in its. }merits, Lebanon, N. H., (iostops).___._..._.. 350 The verdict from everybody i thc they a rapidly S C B. I1USTF.D. .
\ even ,so ,long, before. hand! J, ].ias. beun ; sits ; ORGAN CO., becoming the Leading Piano in te wi
hence their readiness to their Nlcbala'
; buy ; way Rockport Mam., ((10 ....._.__.. 340 51
A' formed to take, care of the lug on SOp
fiuance.pUnk! WOODS & CO..
'S ,i f ...-t in the platform to be tot success if nl'ccssar '. The patentees Cambridgeport, Mass.,((10 stops) ___- 313 THEY STAND TiE SOUTHERN CLIMATE I-253m. Opposite Jacksonville. -
p scnt.d for Have already realized millions from the papers A PRINCES CO..
t : adoption to the next democratic nationalconvention. l has him Buffalo N.Y.. ((10 stops)_......__ 325 BETTER THAN ,ANY HOUSE
inventltniatnd straining ) MELLONVILLE I
are every nerveto : CO ,
S : st-cnfe : income Wcares Erie, Pa OkGA: ( o.rop.)..-_.._ 310 PIANO EVER SOLD
tins
enormous for another riAMLIN
& CO.,
:,, No names are girou 'M'yet, but It i is term of )'ears. f and Boston,Ma"'f .ORG-N(t I.tops)______ 300 HERE. ORANGE COUNTY J
y fully understood ; PELTON & CO., .. MELNVILE.
I that. while. the "important ,The patents have already d a career forget New York (to stops)".._. ?_._... J They IUn In tune the bt and they are the sweetest
*, of *'an 'immediate 1 and & CHARD souftd any piano .
: metallic resumption of of twenty-one years, and'tbis extension Boston }., ((10 stops)......___? J Call and see them at 50-s-iy 1LHITE.ProprietBr.SAVANNAH .
S currency" will te entrusted 'to, Cor'stiven and I EATON, u-3otf GEO. M. SMITH'S
now further extension : =
means a
Hill N. H. (10 ..-._._.- 300 :
some cute democrat from New England, year* of a heavy tax: per; machinate 1 bead : '}"r : ;ORGAN : Ilp, S ADVERTISER,
some ....._ THE
Buckeye ol t-iuinence ; ,300 T3EAUTIFUL EXhIBITIONS
Woreler.1la'(05Ip
will
ness )
present
the this. S
(paid by public to grasping a'' :
tho demand of the democracy of Ohio oly:of New York, '(to stop)._.._.__._ 180 .1.) S Published Daily a Weekly at
; soulless cona1Jin: ion." Ill 1872, the MODEL ORGANS, S OF CHROMOS.The .

S /or an immediate increase; of greenback worn report r-hows a total sale of 8.51 I- Gen. : !Harf .'. Ct.. ((10 1).__?_ a8o SAVANNAH. GEORGIA .
*' CO., well known Hair Dressing saloon of
Some ORGA
currency. of the defeated eena-' 237 hewing machines, of which 538,8) 46 Concord, ., (9 stops)_..._._ 330 GEO. N. NICHOLS T. W. SVO. .
tonal w***"
aspirants in Michiganwill be were sold by'the three' New York companies ness, SIIONINGER ,& CO., ALEX. DaLTON Publisher. 4
relied
on w urge on the part of the : ( and 312,890 by other'companies.i : mon New'Hayen, Ct." (io stops) $225 has recently been fitted op wit some. of the prettiest -
I peninsular Mate "the As chrome ever brought UIO I Ct nothing The ADVERTISER I fa a live.w-PJ f"
repeal of U* legal On the I latter royalty of three dollars: an TEN :PERCENT DISCOUNT FOR CASH to go and examine and our do wel 1 paper,publishing the latest News and Mar =
tender act, to lake effect no 14tcr'tha.n ln.l t drop In and see for themselves. Besides this any I from all part of the country,partkuUraUeii'j0"
4th : July' per machine: amounting to ,$937,170, ; dI the last mentioned one; S man in sh of that greatest of earthly luxuries "a i J given '* Local and Comnereial a
S 1876. and a tpecie latit and free New Yprjc combination to. I S clean shave, can obtain it here C pln If a C
the
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banks with secured was paid to : A PLDI EUREKA STOOL stranger goes there once,he gene-ally place IN POLITICS
currency" But "No I : his after,and for the best
I am no I of the Singer, I BaUr : I tonsorial headquarters ever
\ : redoubtable) democratic consisting .Hrvcr & And of al possible ,reasons he finds himself suited;and thai be a held sad*"te*MP""
\ war, Ivr.e frt rn On: a The ADVERTISE
I \VJjcler"& Wilson Is mat would ask for.
i1 and' they owning : _al any man U'I8J I nent, Conservative Creed.
', \ : the cmpiro} State; will i l in t LESSONS te pel0e
.- \1 urge: excelsior. all the patents. The s\mc'royaly: trick: 21 FRE OF ,CHARGE
: : language the demand SALE. TO ADVERTISERS
emphatic FOR
of
'I the i witness :
the by the ,
being to \stowers
(charged ( any who one of these elegant organs.
S 4 New York; democracy: tffrce trade I New YOlk, companies, amount In 's well," Call o s cC bf at S A half interest bun ofihentoit flourishing and pro- 1 Unexcelled citculatiott advantage a.ofe.oytJcfJ t'
a
: hard creasing
money and home rule.nSome ductivcORANGE
single year to. 'the enormous, :bume2(3,7O8. of out the : : ia-30tf SMITH'S MUSIC ROOMS. S .GROVES valuable advertising mu
,
i j slight discrepancy views-is I .' _., In ; : 'underwear,to b obtained a BUCKY'S. In East', d For particular apply a this office TERMS BY I k .

1 9 antIcipated In the earlier! sessions'of the Jrhe sctwtIeoof.the machine to the Fulh I S S 1-73 sm ." je ->"<)stagprre-paidbTthePuhlI, -'

4 committee but no doubt F.RiUS.l! ROOMS FOR ,RENT, S: ,. S ., a year...... i.i" -.-i" .
:S .S \ exists in democratic co'mpinicu. will u'efge'lJ: ut 'twelvedbllarii'so bad: : p ;demec'i U BUa V'S. .:. i montht. .. ,---- '.- .,G S

minds but that the final rean Its I you will see wbat au immense story "ple 3 S ---- --" ,
G 11c f .
hokea. for FLORIDA VIEWS W< ._ ,_
; Li 't I reached will be couched in language so I profit U made at tbe perfectly unjustifia men : I ; I-1St Library e E. B KEL. HEDUARTERS XUy'f6y.10' ___ 1




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THE NEW SOUTH :' SEMI- EEKL. i..JACKSONVILLE.WEDNESDAY; FEBRUARY ro 1875. .. ,. .
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CITY NEWS. The Fair ,Concert.. assure our readers'they have bat to ,listen i We refer oar renders to the professional'card of SoMAjoK PHOTOGRAPHS- .

The St. Luke's. Hospital 'Fair closed to his vivid sketches of life in the .;, Emm in another cofama of the NKW Mr. Stone at WOOD CALUXT, b adOA'ti't< ihenatives. : FLO"RID'A- SAVINGS :U'ANtf. ,
the
attention to
Some and direct fcUowing compU-
W ;N'ESDA-MORNING.jrebruary Friday evening with a concert under the East in order-to be perfectly; fascinatedwith -.carr notices rEJitrrt ... Nothing- ever setn a. Florida lib the fee -. ., ,, .,
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1O, 187A ::;. direction of Geo. M. Smith. Owing to him. ., vIM Jfrw OrUn Pfcfpnu j .i i Pictures take at this Establishment. It Is really a AND REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE
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11 some misunderstanding DO preparationswere o Win yoa allow tale to express my heartfelt thanks in c-Vwl IIm.i r Pidrw i.."FtAi.c, ass sad .. .

Hopeful Indication. made and no notice In, Short., the columns of oar favorite paper,to SuxcBon-lUjoa and the view of the St.Job ...seen from the windows {Incorporated Jury 6th.1874. :.,
given until
the
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Evnrrr or this city: IoIJKIf'ud sister had What the
I We were informed, a few days since,by day upon which the concert was to take Paroquets seem to be getting fashionable other doctors called an incurable disease of the heart wen.,.a visit. ,_ r OFFICE: IN LOYERIDCrS BUILDING OCEAN STKZXT.t

\ M.F. Swaim. Principal ot the Duval place consequently the audience was among''! our mercantile,'friends. and kings: but we were bled blistered,cupped and ,6u'da q ccimmt.a R! L.'WOOD.II4I J.cno..nts. FtA.. JIrrniST. .

Mr Hik School!, that an addition was made not large and some of the parts were They screech. nearly,lulled: by ssedidacs,that prostrated a.as tbdreetmeet .-Interest at the rate of seve and three-tenths per cent.(or two orals per day o*Sam)..m..paidannuafl7. .';
progressed,until ny sister died In convulsions PRIVATE BOARD. .upon aO. deposits which shall have remained three months or mart la the Bank a b.added anauaDy
in one day W the number of pupils' attending not as well performed as they might -Empty flour barrcls: .. nd a ready' ,and I was left,as my sips said just befere she A few persons caa accommodated with good board to the principal of the Depositor. '

that bdiool I, of twenty-eight new otherwise have been. The piano solos' sale among "o1r'r"e who buy died,tt&uicUy fellow her.- By accident,we heard of ht a quiet family. by applying to the subscriber at the Loua.-AII moneys received on deposit shall be invested la first mortgages oa teal and personal property !.

by E. II. Jackson, of Boston, were well them up in order to ship their shad to some remarkable cores by ScmccoM-MAfOB, XYMUTT corner of Cedar and Beaver s.reets. this State of at least doable the value,or hi other ample collateral securities. '
fcboUr who has discovered mode to Die
save and
a new con
tf
executed, as was the violin and 'harp' Georgia and elsewhere. ,So I seat lor that gentleman, stated my case, 21 41 _WM.STrrsow. aDd REAL ESTATB.This corporation win act as trustees lot the purchase and sale of real state cc the two
of .
The Gilbert Sisters. I IThese management estates and property generally.REAL
duet ot Prof. Parsons and daughter. -Bay street has recently been photographed andthecauseoflhecVathofarysbter.: and anxiously OH. MY

talented ladies will soon gives : The solo, "Tears, Idle Tears," by Miss by sections, until ne3.rly'every awaited,doom. .. Just received at Bettelini's Restaurant so cases of excellent JAMES: H.'P.UNE.President. 'SAM'L SPEARING Vice-President. JONATHAN CGRXZLtY.Treasww.. ,t'
dramatic entertainments at' After an examination the Docroa said, I can cure imported French brandy pan of the vintage .
f series of Hattie Parsons, was very finely exe- building has been shown up in the way you in a few weekV tine,Dyes Mow my Instructions 1797 and 1850. This I is highly recommended for in '.' .,
l learn that it is their
Polk' Uall. We cuted. L. C. Emery though sufferingwith of a stereoscopic view. 10 the letter and take medicines at the time I prescribe valids.ua3 tf' ".', .:: .; 1

I Intention to open with the popular and a bad cold did himself credit in the and will prove yeti as I have dome to so many hope-
drama Led Astray.. Our solos millicfns A cheaper way to raise orange trees less eases.' Thai medicine is a true science and neithera COUNTRY FIRMS PROMPTLY SUPPLIEDWith STASE, COTNTY AND CITY SCRIP SOLD AT CURRENT RT.
"Ther
thrilling in it, andWhat'ere than by planting, has recently been dis fraud nor a humbug when sdentincany directed.** die best Groceries in, the Market by Wm. Rich. .
will doubt ; ; ',; .' Ya't
readers no give : ; i
:( betide. The for cash. .
play-going select reading covered. They are stolen about an hour Alter a few weeks treatment my skeleton form, to toes tfONLY .
,'
them the support they merit. by F. N. Hunton was gracefully exe- before break. which I had been reduced began to be plump and vigorous CALL ) ;

... -- cuted. On the whole day my J'oathfirIloob returned fe me.so that many others have done and : : .
the affair passedoff as be convinced that Cheaper ESTATE ,:" : h ;
Sunday evening services have become Heads hardly recognized me,and In a then time I wascomplctc1J' .,
Life in Turkey. much to the credit of the performersand stout : Bargains can be obtained and with greater sam&ctioo. '' .
recovered and am now and '
hearty .
; Polite and attentive salesmen 5pott '
quite fashionable. to wait *
one,
Nearly upon every
Prof.Oscanyan the Grand Turk, tr.adegrand satisfaction of those present. every but I began to be free of all pains in my rbnt.lungs and smart THE t '
great ,at GenT SOVTHUX BAIAA: : *
of
place worship in the'city is crowded and heart the of SAL*a f. .
hit last night The house was on second day treatment,cough ceased, 11-14 tf' '
a upon these occasions.Our the phlegm anJ blood duappnrec,as did the suffocation
.
capacity. and hundreds Whose Place Is That? SOMETHING
NEW.
filled to its utmost turning, and violent palpitation that made my FLORIDA SAVINGS BANK AND REAL EXCHANGE.' I
were turned away, unable to geteven In coming up the St. Johns from the first class boarding houses are whole body quiver; all headache and bluisbaw and That beautiful new and rare collection of India. EAT I- d r

i standing room. The ticket office bar, on any one of the elegant and com just now crowded with visitors,' and. the dimness vanished,and my face became free'hint the Chinese ton's tore and,Bay Japanese street.goods,jn>t opened at J.H. Bur ifSTUPENPOL'S The Ae"propeny,one of the finest residenen ia the State,with so acre oll.oa the shell road oa* w
half before the cry is still they com yellow and brow disfigurement and resumed its former sa-t9 mile tb Beautiful rv front,boathouse Urge viney trees.handsome '
; wa closed a an hour modious steamers that ply upon this clearness and peach like glow. Please excuse this barn.&c. h 19 rooms thrgh&In the best ID.cp Double r*" 0. he sold.lea*

time of commencing the lecture, and magnificent river, it is amusing to listen Myrtle Lodge No. 2. Knights pf lone communication: ;for it may rescue others from the Daily, hourly and momentarily SACRIFICES disposed! of. at the than one-half cost,O e terms,to t .

tickets were sold outside for a dollar a to questions and remarks and expressions Phythias go through the regular sword grave( M I have been. Respectfully yowl, ti-14tf GREAT SOCTHHH BAZAAB.FREE. A tract of$3 acres of land.one mile northeast of the dry,near the MonoriefSpnaf shell rewL W c baud -

piece.-Boston Trarel ter.t ojf. admiration that strangers who exercise every Tuesday evening, if rumor ALICB JAK8- for building lots o market pn Price f 17.5 per acre. ,
New Orleans La. a-io it Several houses and lots,well located in the cityof Jacksonville.
--- -- take the trip for the first time give Utterance is correct. I .

Musical. A view of those elaborate carvings beautiful porce Land admirably adapted for orange parcels,and on to suit la the
growing
h
to. CERTIFICATE OF ELECTIONHeld rn bra t
Coming as many at this -Xl'W gas lights are being put up in lains. Florentine mosaics and rare lacquer ware,just settlement. of Spring C i.V oua C.aoiniD the 5 t.Orange Grow
friend Oohus, not satisfied time of the do from the in the".'OWDoC La Villa,February 6th. 1875.for already .
And now our year snow' and various parts of the city for the convenience opened at J. H. Burton's store. Bay street ia-r9 & .e cbb *

1 to play at the two principal hotels frost of a thousand miles away, none of citizens and strangers. Municipal'Officers: for the current year. Several pieces of bud on "Fraitland Peninsula 4 "between Lake George and Dunn'Lake--desirably located .
He &, Inspectors and Clerk of Election THE PARENTS for Orange Groves and Residences-for sale on reasonable terms. '
city, intends to wake that sleepy' can wonder that the evergreen trees, bren in aa..ordallCC bw f
of our -Hotel hops are rather laving duly appointed to ,certify Of all wen
becoming attractive famines .
regulated their
Plate Green Cove Spring with his superior the elegant shrubbery, the flowers and of late. Those at the Grand that alter advertising for the period of thirty days R.irh. Polk's Block,Bay street.purchase groceries coal tf of mean 30-of->5 to bia.1 lots, ..e located,O mile from the city a f so to" '.o each,payable hi monthly(b ,

We the verdure of and previous to this date,an election was held at the hall
orchertra on Saturday utM. grass vegetables that
National are'suid to bear off the palm.: known as Wiggin's Hall,(in the town of La Villa for Al a variety of farms aDd tracts of land well located along the St.Johns river and in other the _;
predict that it will prove quite a reckerche appear on either bank should excite the officers authorized by law to serve for the period of FAITH,HOPE AND CHARITY p!3 o '
-The
burnt district occasioned by The last but not least is found
by buying
/ affair, and parties attendingill very pleasurable emotions. In this respect one year from this date and there were cast for Mayorone groceries

t .. have a good time. Parties along perhaps no place on the river, below the late fire, at the corner of Pine andBeaver hundred'an4 eighty (iSo) votes-of which Mitchel from Rich 10-11 tf THE SINGER MANUFACTURING COMPANY'S CELEBRATED" ,,
has carefully'fenced P. received hundred
streets, been Chappel one and thirty-six votes
, who wish to attend can take the city BUY BOOTS WITHA. .
river presents a more agreeable
the ifi by the owner of the property. (136)and Alfred Grant received furty-four((44) votes. K. PnCIYu..ltalllp upon them. They are superior ; ;,
either in the morning or after aspect to the than the late The whole
steamer stranger number of votes cat for Clerk and Treasurer to ull others.
noon. homestead of the Marquis de Talleyrandupon -Hon. C. Oscanyan delivers his lec- was one hundred and seventy-nine (179)) votes,cl io3itfTO SILK TWIST.:3m 1

.. the city side of the river and about ture upon the Ottoman Empire, tomorrow which John M. Pons received one hundred and thirty.two RENT. :!

A Travelled Pear. at Polk's Hall (i3>), and C J. Patterson received forty-three(43) Pleasant furnished rooms can be rented near the This company now having in full operation st Nek.New Jersey,the largest SILK WORKS mth* f
five miles evening, on Bay '' )
from Jacksonville. Its sat The whole number of votes cast for Tax Assesurwasone !it.James Hotel Address Lock box 7, P.O. 10-98 ..od.propose t furnish a superior article of Silk Twist 1

We were fluwn, on Saturday, by Mr. sUutial wharf with its (bathing and boathouses street, between Pine and Laura. Tour- hundred and cifhty-two(:83), of .hich Janus H.' *," ''" f
)
AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES
C. M. Ellis, a jH-ar which was grown in the snug and tasteful house en- ists will please remember.The Stephens received one hundred and thirty six(136)( ),and CALLAt i

Califoiu'u.! K>nt tin-nee to Connecticut by sconced in and almost hidden by its finest specimen of taxidermyever F. F. L'Engte recceved! forty-six (45). Geo. M. Smith's Music Rooms and ve the finest' For the convenienre of the public this celebrated Twist is r j : ,1 .
The whole number of votes cast: fUr Tax Collector Organ ever on exhibition in this city. i.- &t! "
a son to his father. In Connecticut it embosoming shrubbery and trees, with seen in Florida may now be foundat was one hundred and eighty-one ((181),of which Al- PUT UP ON SPOOI OF DIFFERENT SIZES, : '.':>

vu on the dinner table oJ the old gentleman their dink green foliage contrasting with the jewelry store of Damon Green- bert Spearing received one hundred and thirty-live GREAT EXCITEMENT: ), ,.f 1 ,

at his 80th birthday. After doingthe the icy regions so recently left behind leaf. It is the work of Mr. J. K. Hoyt. ('35).and. J. C.Williamson etcerved) forty-six(46). Over the political: canvass, but greater over Rich'ssplendid The finest quali y being thereby offered on spoolsjn quantities .')..t'il

honors tit i this occasion, it was fore and with its The number of votes cast forXxxincilmen was: assortment of grocrrk to-ai tf FROM FIFTY YARDS UPWARDS. *' : os
reach riverview
magnificent of Endeavoring to elect, United States seventeen: hundred and seventeen (i 717)),of which Robert -

I warded to Florida by the old gentlemanto displaying its evident facilities for Senator in this State is nearly Green received one bandied end thirty-two (131)). NO RING! LOW PRICES HONESTY .The above unequaled twist i mnu especially for the use of aB kinds of ain machines and. agrriU 3it
profitable for different machines throuch using this twist in large quantities, )
his grandson, Eddy Setley. This pear boating, bathing, fibbing and hunting as as collecting bills for a Jacob[ Flnen received one hundred and thirty.DincI39)), Is the motto at Rich's emporium. ,10-11 tf te natty : i j&
newspaper Henry Ross received one hundred and thirty eight(138) INDUCEMENTSM
is still sound, and weighs nearly one -- --- SPECIAL
I. well as for elegant? lounging."Oh office. That is what Smith says. Moody: Baker received tne hundred and thirty ((130)) }
MARINE INTELLIGENCE.ARRIVALS an those about will do well send for Bat. -v
are offered to the trade, to purchase to o price V
pound. I whose place id that?" says -Tha Jacksonville Water Works Lee Jackson received one hundred and thirty-Eve(135),

many a traveler, "What a neat and cosy W. Kendrick received one hundred and twenty-eight AXD CLEARANCES AT THE Soar OFJACKSONVILLE
M. E. Church Lectures.
Trinity Company aset have made no sign. ([128,, Harrington Kyler received one hundred and
nook and in the woods.'' FLORIDA.AUKITALS. .
The first lecture of the course will be right Perhaps they have caved in fur the want thirty-eight((138).C J. P"ttcnonrccClYel one hundred THE SINGER : ;=; :;
and rty-twoiyiX). Lewis II. Chappel received
This is the one
delivered l hy Her. Dr. Tiffany of Washington elegant place advertisedin of that very desirable article, money. Feb. 8,str. City Point Fitzgerald. Charleston.
hundred and
thirty-eight(138),Thomas I-egrand received 3'J;:.;
city! at MetrojioJitan] Hull, on our columns for sale at public auctionby -Orange seeds are eagerly bought up = forty-five(45). H.VJf.Arpen received ty-eight CLXACANCI. 1J' '
Feb. 6, str. Dictator.Vogd Charleston.Feb. '
Monday night, February: 15, fur the C. A. Lincoln. by those afflicted with the orange grove ((48), Epsom D. ward received forty-three(41),James 6,sen. M. W. Drew.l.'hapks.lItcw York. : t
Johnston received forty-six (46 Joseph Marzyck received Feb, 6,sch. E. B. l>arlli1g, Hudson, Baltimore.Feb .
b -nt'f fit e.1 the Church. Subject "W ork-
l : Barbarous Cruelty on the Streets. fever, at the modest price of three dollars fotty-sU (46),Scipio. Uiddktoa received forty- 6,sch. Daniel Briuain.Carroll Philadelphia. .

ing abJ i Vrinclng." Dr. Tiffany has: :! t : per quart. And yet we are not two(41)

Da o1.1 reputation as a lecturer. In The public sentiment of our citizens happy. Thehole number of votes cast for Marshal was one METEOROLOGICAL RECORD. a 1

Northern cities he fills the largest and of the strangers who are sojourning hundred and fifty-six:,of which Benjamin Redding rewired Observation taken at 7 A II. s r. M.and 9 p. x.
The street gamins have given up one hundred and six (106).and John Hagins received daily,by the Signal Service U. S. Army in this city .
should be
us arousedby
houses. :No man on theeontinentstands among sufficiently the of base ball for the fifty ( ). S = *. :X. a ;
game time being jo c '.. :r. Wind. E. ? --i w'
his peer in the point of grace of style tbe revolting cruelty which is daily A. T. WittH. 1 gFeb. .- .
using as a substitute, the Scotch Pans MOKKBOK. V Inspectors.Gco. : 3 x; d J ;If
richness of of diction exhibited on our most public streets in, WASHINGTON Q
thought, elegance: ,) :
I the and game of "shiny. They have already 1875. i J i :a i i ; .,. .
and beauty of rhetoric. capture dragging to the city THOMAS Swirr,QerL. : ,., ; .
taken possession of several of the public :! ,! ? 5 o? \ I .i1 tl
pound of the pigs that are taken ,
up, as I J '. ,
-- Gentle
street! AN EXCELLENT HOMESTEAD FOR SALE. Sat. 6 9 ;30.34 4$ 67 NE 0.00 Fair : '
A Good Idea. I we suppose for a reward, by the street Sun 71 30-Ji .40 71 NC: Fresh moo Clear I .' .',' <, .
II I ;offer my homestead with,if desired two,three or i 0.07 6t 33 W Fresh ooo Clear *
Mr. Cbappell.: the boat builder, has ,I loafers, themselves often a greater nuisance -The Park;, is being plowed over, four ears of adjoining land,the whole now set with the .. 9 30.10 s* 48 NW Fresh ooo. dear .... _' t .".;
W Gent'e Clear
Moo. 8 *
6j o oo :
7 37.21
3
recently (built a roomy and handsome i thau any bog they may seize. ,Pigs thereby depriving stray cattle of the best seedling oranges,the only reason for selling beinga ** 2 00'5 53 38 W Fresh ooo Clear '
and bogs are barbarously hunted down chance of obtaining their daily pecuniary inability to improve' the placers it dcsc"... 9 30.19 45 60 W Gentle ojaa Clear AGAIN ,
28-foot yacht, peculiarly adapted to tbe provender. Forty or fifty of the orange trees wilt undoubtedly bear Tues 91 Tp yt 38 63 W Gentle moo Jca '. ; ,
by dogs and then dragged Whether it will be laid out in :a 30.19 58 34 NW Fresh o oo Des :
by
St. Johns river. She is one of the fastest savage garden in the coming season. The whole place offers the best -

boats ever sailed on these waters the hind legs a long distance to the truck or ornamented with Cape Jas- chance in the vicinity of Jacksonville for a fir
and is in charge of one of the most! ex- pound, yelling and squealing to the discomfort amines, is more than we can say. A hotel with spacious grounds or for a drcle of friends BANK ,
who wish to Lve in vicinity,as the grounds win easily NATIONAL
|i'-jienced sailors on this coast, ),1 r. lIar- and annoyance of hundreds, change is being made anyway admit of sub-di vfauon.Into three or four private residences FIRST STA.rSTICS OF SWORN SALES FOR 1873 : '

r} HaL'smant. Mr. Cb-ippell has detcrciinea and with unconscionable and inexcusable -The ladies belonging to the Ever. ,in a wholesome and every way dniraUe locality.J. OF FLORIDA. ')
;
in e*>rdtr to afford people tbe torture to the animals. They may green Chapter of the Order of the East S ADAMS.AT JACKSONVILLE. Companies. Sold in 1873. Companies. Sold ia 1873. -. 4
THE SINGER_ .... ._ _
332,444 American,B. H. 4
-
facilities for short and cheap excursions be seen any day in the pound with their ern Star, have once mote resumed their "THE WEST END," Tin fnlf Xiu

    un the ricer, to rick up persons! who ears and sides lacerated and a large por- labors. None are admitted to member- H. Fchrenbacn Proprietor,will be found the choicest Domestic- -- 40.114 Remington l Empire 1)19 9,183 {

    tion of their fore-feet absolutely groundoff but the wires mothersor liquors in the city. Imported Bass Ale,Choice Mil Exchange on Savannah and New York scld.and Exchange Graver&Baker. I .__ Florence ._ ... 8.96.
    may desire it, at any of the wharves, on ship daughters, waukee Eortled Lager Beer,Ale. Belfast Ginger Ale, on an Northern points bought, Weed_ __._ __ 21.760 8.,7 Davis___....-. -... ,

    being scald for that I purpose, andto and bleeding from the dragging over widows of Free and Accepted Masons.A and.wines of all Lmds. Scuppernong Wine a prime AT CURRENT RATES.. Wilson .. __ 11,347 Victor ... 1) "

    carry them for twenty-five tnLs; an the street. The giving of rewards for hotel article '-I' invalid,a specialty. Liquors for country Howe ._ No returns Bless_, __?- .. .. -. ,

    tour. the capture of these animals has a bad prominent keeper suggests trade and family use constantlyon hand. ia-5tf DIRECTORS AKD STOCKHOLDERS: Gold Medal __.. ? ... __ 16,431 Secor. __i -_ M -. r .
    Oa the days on which this Arrangement the issuance of that I H.nu.uaNCLARN 3AJ
    a new weekly paper, Ftrtif, Wikoi&Gibh*_. Etna .
    15.881
    in the above alluded to and : .J.E.Err 't
    Affect way Eiq 3.1 '
    will hold ,
    good the Sadie shall give pen and ink portraits of all STOPI I MV FRIEND, STOP I Hon. F. E. Smnru.V. A McLiAK. Esq 4

    will fly a flag at her peak to indicateher also i 13 inciting to the stealing away of dead beats who break ranks between Don't squander your money. 'These are hard times Patio RmmcTow, Esq, C.A. |'*IIICHIU>, tap. OUR NEW FAMILY MACHINE ;',
    SAM'L DAMOW GBECMLXAT, Esq..
    animals from the enclosures of and if Grant is elected for third, who knowswhen RturxcroH.; Ej
    readiness to pick up passengers.Arrrnjercenn these durk and daylight accompanied by their a term W.C SPIKES, \aq., W. M. !UOSTWICK., Lsq.September : '*
    their owners 13 order to get the offered the hard times will end. Geo. M. Smith,the 36.1874. 11..1' Embodies New and Et Pjnciples-Simplicity ofCU Eau of Operation;Uniformity e/Pndss'
    chartering the yacht baggage. It might prove a profitable Music,Dealer oa Bay street, has made provision for AloD any Sp Capacity o R of Work,Fine or Coarse .

    day be made at the boat shop, on Bay premium. Certaiflly a decent and investment. these hard times and can sell yon a Piano Forte oran RIVAL BEHIND IT. ;

    street, opposite the residence of S. B. respectable method of forcing necessary Orpn for about _- *V the usual price. NEW ADVERTISE&JENTS. 's : &

    Hubbard, Esq.A regulation could be discovered by The St. Johns Regatta Association !I rs-3o tf TEST THE SINGER BEFORE PURCHASING ANY OTHER.; .< ? >U*

    ought to be and doing. Several \.. 'J. .l
    OIl the exercise of a little ingenuity and at up A DISCOUNT OF TEN PER CENT. GILBERT BISTERS, TERMS EASY-PAYMENTS LIGHT. ". *

    Novel Exhibition. beautiful yachts from the North willoon Will be made to all ttk customers at Geo.'M.Smith's ..,.. ._ : ..' "f :
    no great expense .
    be seen gliding:,,op and down the Music Store OB Pianos and Organs unless parties/ a- "' ''J
    Among the many curious "shows"which p ?St. Johns river and it would be hardlyfair iifrefy /.,Ufcctftit,In such cases it will be turned AT '.L r "i p ''. I',. d the I WORLD'S FAVORITE" we keep constantly on hand a large supply v .": i tin
    annually come this not tbe Scenes in the Orient.
    way into the City Treasurer's hands for dUtribution among 4
    O.N. T.SPOOL four spools for twentj-five r', f. 194
    them to all the CLRI" CnON. C.
    least to permit enjoy sport.
    interesting it the wonderful hair- the poor. "-]*fIT POLK'S HALL.
    Hon. Mr. Oscanyan, widely knownall SINGERS MACHINE TWUT from twenty-five cents up-.B sizes and cbMa.., -,-'.{ii
    (lew horse Caontdionc which has -' MACHINE TWiSTtoorardspoolssSrscentssoyudspuoh.3Srsinta.. .
    been over the United States as the Charge WILL MAKE YOU LAUGH. '. : ',' -r ; ACE a3i Jji q
    eon exhibition That Horse Railroad. ; SINGERS LINEN AND FLAX THREADS OILS, NEEDLES &O. alt '
    at Savannah during the d'Affairs from the Ottoman Porte, has j Just received at BetteDnrs Restaurant 10 cases fine. cb .

    put few days. This animal foaledin Editor Sew South Your correspond imported old Topaz Sherries; 5 cases Imported Hungarian -, : ;.., ,"
    was honored our State by a visit with a viewof : ; : :: : /J... a.i-1' Pf : .! L -- .. ..P

    Australia, where a party of surveyors restoring his health, and during his : ent "E. S..C." suggests the convenienceof Absinthe Tokay: io;cases 5 cases Saoterne.Swk Vermouth Constantly; J on cases hand Swiss the, ?'-SEE SMALL:.BILLS .FOR ?DATE AND The Singer Manufacturing Co. \f: ,-

    found him in common use on a stock stay has kindly consented to deliver a a horse railroad in this city. Such a delicious Scuppernong Wine Tinted at Cluttahnorhi' I PLAV. ": ji jii

    knn. Deeming him a great<< natural lecture explanatory of the peculiar habits, road would indeed be a,great convenience by Got Martin. I..-.*' tf x : }' : ; No. '172 BROUGHTON *ST., SAVANNAH< GA. .i"' :::>h'

    curiosity one ot the party bought him to the multitudes of Northern visitors C. A. VOSBURGH, Managtr 1j1.
    and customs of the Empire of Turkey. FINE CHAMPAGNES. ,. *-'02t./ -- i ; ;
    dy .
    for the purpowj of exhibition, and since who havft not carriages of their .fRAZIER, Agent, : :
    S Mr. of Turkish of the IV ,
    Oscanyan is parentage, Just received 30.cases Imported.Champagnes OUT5ALE.AT GEORGE : .>
    Dee has visited various countries, every born, reared and educated as a.Turk, own, as well as to the. resident, ,citizens.. brands of Mumm's,Moet &rh. inn,Pommery (see). CLOSING IOI7 ,- JACKSOSIL.FLORIDA. '..:.' --n.t..1- 1.

    where attracting large attention from and educated gentleman belonging It would probably pay if rightly man Roderer.; Ddmoaico'f, Piper IBc, J.ierk. Ernest PRIVATE SALE rCHOICE' '. f .
    aU classes a highly I Illroy & Co.. Krug & Co..in quarts, pints andhalfpints ; "_ ESTABLISHED I 1868. >: H..1'i
    of people, particularly of aged. But who shall furnish'the capital -
    to a greater portion of the: for sale by the case or beetle,at FURNITURE CARPETS. OU .. '. ,..

    men of science, many of whom havegiven learned societies of Europe, is rare to !? That seems to be;,the main ques- 11-11 tf ,Brmum's RSSTACBAKT.BUY PAINTINGS,.. ..,MARBLES-&C.CHROMOS ENGRAVINGS. 1 ::.;:t-: J{ ;. .

    him the most thorough and critical enlist the sympathies of bh auditory I I tion. There are so many ways to invest With r a general assortment ofrHOUSEHOLD ', C.\ 'r A. K. PERC'.I'V" A'L :4itF'.
    1 YOURSELF A HOME ,
    ed examination. This horse is expect? whenever he chooses to speak. He'. capital profitably in.a new,country, andso A YuLA-srn oa St.John'f river I is o9ered for sale. GOODS, '-- .'" ., f;"
    suaassoR TO CROWELL. .
    to
    abort arrive to-day, and will remain a speaks several languages with the little capital seeking investment; that One of the most desirable places In the vicinity-of Jack Indodingnearly aU(he elegant,imported furniture,&c, f .d) i r J..H. .vet r rt t0+ f .

    time on exhibition. greatest ease and fluency and in his many needed improvements must waita sonvOle, containing tS acres about acres ready for contained. ,the. / : w w,4' ., .. "
    .
    .. the ., < I-Ii
    delineations wins the more convenient season. vBut inas- planting. For particulars,apply at countingroomof MARQUIS ere TALLEYRAND VILLA _. ,
    graphic approbation t 4' -.
    ;
    Tam Now SOUTH. 4-sStf .
    Oscanyan Lecture. : tried '' __
    main owned and by MT Loon" .
    uch as the ezpecse of an ordi And fonnerr/ ,
    who bear him. J
    all
    of ;
    "
    Turkish "Mr LAOT; DB TAUJCTAKD Apply on the prenusts (rd ti
    < social life as portrayed by )(r. The well known Phineas T. Barnum nary'street railroad.;ia'in:the_iron'tr'allow FREE LUNCH. from 10 to 12 a., m., and from to 4 p.m. T;, ro:. I ,. .,."ri..u. 'i ? .1."" .p
    hcan.Jl.tIlut the Tremont Blanckbthe but.,blank faith place. Fresh s3tfTVTASONIC. -" '
    evening at deserved tribute to! me to suggest that-possibly the\yooden name ,. ;
    the following' '
    Ttmule pays PhiJaddpbJ and Mil wanCee'Lager Beer Draught. .i JLirV I
    on
    formed the :
    tbeme of iDtttesting l
    most I
    a rail with aniron band .
    his merits as a lecturer of the first.class: supplemented Free lunch from H till I o'clock. The best of !uqdbrsouly" .
    lecture. The domestic pecu mightb laid at half, the;cost, and ans- ;kept at"HCIIl'flRctra&. ,." Bay street,west of oi -, >' .':"
    I bad the pleasure of hearing .. SOLOMON LODGE; .NO.20.
    Afei of the myself "* -i ; : .
    Turks their traditions sow answer the present necessities of the Laura .1sSifBUILDERS .1. "
    and of
    of his lectures witnessing .
    one '_ __ --. in ', .
    u % Regular meetings first and third Wednesdays "
    ,
    .
    they relate to home life, the dogmas illustrations It be deal better ;
    bit unique, unexceptionable city. would a great, AND CONTRACTORS each month.. '.
    of the Koran with regard to c 'oiu- of Eastern character, and I assure you I than' Dbl road; and' could<< bo replaced: WO) and'a complete'assortment.of lumber, dressed CEO. W. JONES, w.,H.". DEALER IX ',3

    jtf ties, "ere explained and illustrated. was not less delighted than the rest of with iron rail whenever the business and undressed,'mouldings,shingles etc.;.at Jbe"Depot CHAS C}ELUOTT.., Secretary.. : > ... i't i

    canyan has considerable the audience because.it possessed the Lumber Yard. Orders tube delivered at landings on. L..,...: BOOTS: SHOES LEATHER.:: l'tilt a
    .
    graphic power charm of novelty, originality and excellence would warrant it, 'E U. C. the River receive especial attention. '- t,; ss

    qnite a fund of humor, and harlow hence his popularity. Though it Jacksonville, Feb. ,.18r&- Address Louis J.Bavs WINTER.cR.ESORT. _. '

    long been in this country,' hU_'descri p- .It evident be was not a born showman. NOTICE. SPENCER HOUSE;_' : :,,_', > .:AND DI GS. /=

    tiooa of Turkey from.partially Ameri yet popular sentiment. will lead him to OFFICIAL'DRAWING OF THE CHARLESTON. BUCKT win pledge to sell,Clothing,:Ccnt1cD cD',:Ur. Opposite FrrnaadiDa'nL- 'c FustOas accommodations .F ; .

    can point of ,'iew. unite entertainment fortune. I myself made him, a' liberal ... ART ASSOCIATION_ J derwear.'Blankets Overcoats,Cloaks.Ta1ma ,Corer' 1 at. .' .-. !. I t .tstSit '""eh' t
    and Instruction I offer# but for some reason or other he Tt' .t.loaXUIO, Feb.9. 1 leu.Trunks' Manse Silk and Fur Hats and myriadsof 53 per j'12'to"18'per week 1

    tore to a great degree. So declined it. I cay this in proof of what ': n" .' 'Cats 283. : I' other articles too numerous to mention at vtry rJri&u. With all the comforts and coovenciences of a Northern "Percval's Stamp 'Hand Boots \._ > it. -. --$ -:. *:'.'-$tloo, f

    "",, 11 Piquant lecture has been beard Insrmanyyearsthanthatdelirered I have already observed about public 334-17.64-16"x-78-/>-4a-!a-S4-t 6 _- "- .. '>..t,-s4tfTHE Mary's HOOK. River.St. Mar TIle: : a location situated and near healthfulnesa Uw mouth of the of the St. Bur Mear' ". r ,.;I. _::. ; I 0 bf .

    patronage and Injustice to the individualwho ," :I TCKOAT EVKMIKG, Feb. f. place la not surpassed 4W the Southern coast. STR. ) Baltimore) 4i!
    !! Philadelphia and I tooonVienna
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    last doubtless BEST,BEEF. MARKET, direct the House., Parties
    dffht by deserves it folly though? CLASS it 4.SS3S LIZZIE BAur it goes. ; to .
    O:5C:1njan.-Botora: Trantcrtft. ,
    be sold for tea ,, through tickets can have them exchanged by cable sewed :. _'. 8,50'
    unexpected by him. -43- "3-44-7-4 .:.3-18-.9--68 Weighing 474 1U.wffl cents per pound having Meal ; : :.
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    St. .
    of to stop over,at Marys or any '
    steamer =
    .-to >t at the Famous Tennessee Beef SttJIa.-.i' end of other purser point desired. Liberal term made"'it ,'panics 7 Stamp Hand"CongressBurt 8 5o. :
    Fluent logical and extremely attractive 0 FURNITURE.Just the marl\ct; I Also,Sausage Meat,so cent per pound; desiring to make a permanent' stay. Send for circular' & blears I 853'
    .
    Workmen are kept constantly en> io his style Hon. '''C.;( canyan presents Pork.tj cents per.pound. Iui.S vn. LA TOURKTTEHOUSE. Bergen PointN.J..w01 ".i"t.
    Gum gibe _' Philadelphia I .
    ploed ,receiving: whoooer'McDonald,ever 14) tf, open May ur.lI75J..BOWMAN,1\+ << -'' I, ..
    at Monerief,Spring Race. Track. his subject, with conciseness and. TM Thousand Dollars. worth of Furniture,in such variety I a-6 3m Vienna Meal cable sewed ") _: ?:- ": ''- 6,-
    so : .7 .
    that all may be in readiness for the! rigor that never fails to win with, hit aDd style ** win wit the demands of An. a&NonhenI1Jrica.idI I NEVER 'SAW..SUCH BEAUTIFUL' THINGS 'T R. P. E JOHNSON, IIOMO PATH1ST > : i'.. .

    ***ptlon of .nUemea of-the turf, on auditory. His enunciation is slow:, but height addcd.. Call aadfcainta BEFORE ) r : GOODS .SENTCBY MAIL AND EXPRESS,, '_ \:} .t1 r t ,: -
    the it the old stand;south side of Bay street,between Is the exclamation: of persona of taste oa examining }
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    2Uh Mitchell's *aA_ :" -
    fast Has removed his office to new building ,, To all pan*of the Stole, ; >III, I
    . RdAot'TlaJton are particularly graceful 1 as might be expected rWand Laura streets.Jacksoavifl. j il! } those Asiatic Rarities at the Chinese store'on Bay nwth.2ide or Bay ttrret between -__aDd Market t .
    AT STAND, COR. B\Y OCEAN ; FLA. ; .Pall
    expend OD that occasion.- > ,.... n f f..v '' from' an Orientalist, and'we>can 1 s,3 tf C e. LmnosTtm.: street,between Laura and Pine.,, .\; ,'sr>xa-ig tf M nearly cppaite IM Post Office. tt:trays TE i >' /a '." ST.'JCa'VIL. -t !.... .
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    d4 and f ; 'Ends.f; *, overarching sky ; how true a ,touch of FURNITURETURN1TURE .' i!I : 1 : :_ : ..MISCELLANEOUS. _; : .t., f;: : ; S. MISCELLANEOUS., .JISCELLunovs.l', a. a t.; : ... -:S- -- .

    A man lias been arrested for taking nature it is, when the daybreaks the .- i S '". -

    r thingsas they birds begin to sing I The is the . -
    come. king "WAREROOMS : J U SIC. -.IS; : ,
    : sun and his counting his SETTI-E1RS HO! :.: M .
    :, j A converted jockey has been speaking is pouring, out the sunshine out the money gold r < .; :. : : t'I' J ]. HOLLAND '

    cf the receipts at church 'RG.EO.- ,.'.
    a festival S .' SMITH ;
    p '
    en shower of Danae. The c. : '
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    is OkANGE ,
    door as gate queen .,.COUNTY ThE"J'BES-r COUNTY IN FLORIDA. S S WATCHMAKER
    | money. '
    _the moon, and her ., 'Dealer \: AND
    transparent honey DAVIS & DREW: ; : ; : JEWELER
    QUERV. When the >. S j i ""5 /L. Lit a ;
    :;< Queen Victoria moonlight. The maid is the rosy : At the head of, permanent navigation. .High:Tolling' lands;"!' Healthiest in :PIANO FORTES. ORGANS. MELODEONS:, ,
    ; & .; first began to did the dawn ; S -, Corner Finland
    y reign, people of fingered who rises before the \ Bay Sis.
    : America:; 'lAnds to suit purchasers. t ;. !I.O NS. ACCORDEONS, GUITARS,,&c.:; ,
    : r the "tight little isle" carry umbrellas? sun, her master, and hangs out his '. JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. .

    : : : ,A VOUKG wife clouds, his clothes, across th'e: sky. PARLOR, SUITS. .', CHAMBER SUITS. SHEET MUSIC,' MUSIC 'BOOKS, -
    remonstrated with 100,000, ACRES; V* ;KNT. I -: :-
    her husband, a dissipated penthrift The particular blackbird who so trag. ,I PICTURES, &c.

    I on his conduct. "My love said he, ically ends the tale by snipping off .. New Jewelry, Clocks; Watches .

    .. ;' : "I am only the prodigal son, I shall, her nose is the hour of sunrise." MOSQUITO J BARS & FIXTURES, FREE- 'HOMESTEADS. :Teachers.. .Ins.rqction given, by. First-Class ,Solid Diamonds Gold,and Plated and

    4 Silver
    ;x* return, by-and-by. "And I will be S

    ,. : like the prodigal son, too," she replied FLORIDA PHOTOGRAPHIC CO. Tuning and Repairing done by ,'S Ware, etc.

    ,-. "for I will arise and go to my I settling Cater than any other new country in the United States. Competent Workmen. S -

    :: father," and off she went. ATLANTIC BLOCK. BAY STREET.A. Parlor. DAVIS & DREW, ChunbcSuits. Suits. DIAMONDS' PEARLS AND
    '
    , ; ;, ,SOME Oxford G. GRANT Manager. Parlor Chambs CHIEFLY NOR-T.HERN, PEOPLE ,- CIOUS STONES SET INS fpftr.
    t .t: University men have Suits. corner of Suits. J ) MRS. S. I. BRIDGE FINE GOLD.

    I pf; odd tastes. One of them has been OUT DOOR PHOTOGRAPHY Patio Suit. BAY AND LAURA STREETS. Chamber Suits., Bnt all States and nations are represented here; Churches Schools. MUll;'the best of society.: Win.B Astor '. '-

    :: keeping a boa.constrictor in a box in + Parlor Chamb Hon. H. S.Sanford Gen. Babcock: and.hundreds ot.su; i men are la'1elylatercsted.: Come and let us show Will receive a limited number of pupils for instruction: '
    , .c '.. :. his For taking 3 7x9'Negative(Landscapes Architectural Suits. JACKSONVILLE FLA. Suits you all the beautiful country back a few miles from the St. John, sod i if you do not find it as represented we will On the ,, Initial Lttttrf; Monogram -
    room. The"snake"made a sortie or G run ps)and supplying proofs ol each f 15.00 pay expenses incurred. by following this advice. -The'sharks and hungry land owners wilTtake you In by -S '. S a"j-
    .. the other day and I for Ldditioual, copies..._,___._ _. ._..__.. too I lui about our COUnt,-, but don't let them know you want land,or they will I besiege you and disgust you with PIANO F RTE' Fancy Engraving done inam
    \ the
    1 r .. proposed For laving 3 Stereoscopic Negatives (Landscape importunities. Come here first and you will not settle in any other county. Any person who takes pains to dii.ourage ; ,I artistic manner
    band of a young lady in an unpleasant .Architectural or Groups) and supplying c people from looking at this truly beautiful country. mutt be either a bogus land-agent,'and wants a com At SMITH'S MUSIC ROOMS.PROF. '
    , : proofs of each _.?......_.......-....... 10.00 mission ; a boarding-house keeper and wants pay for a few more meals; the owner of a worthless tract of land .. -
    t way.That sort of companion- Additional f fp **f>.__........._........_..._mn 95 EXAMINE OUR LARGE STOCK. t like that beQII't live- n.and wants to swindle sombody 2! acre-head who has been swindled and lost all faith; or, i
    i ;' ship can find much the largest class lies because he can't do anything else. Don't.take what the river as
    a man in a boa ? Usu- t ;; you sea on a Standard time
    ample but come to me and; I will show the by Chronometer
    t : .you most lovely country in Florida. My heart and soul are staked .'
    ... ally, a smart young Oxford fellow Thc largest Rejection of -, .' I In this great enterprise, and. these-hungry devils lie about me because I am spoiling their thriving business. ''I J. B. SIMONDS, I rated by transitobservations. .
    1 was the first to call attention to Orange and have devoted a
    avoids county eight years tq its development. I have exam.
    I' t one. FLORIDA .VIEWS m ined more of Florida than other man living and tell all aboat Teacher of :
    I ... any can you it: If you are not satisfied with Orange Vocal and Instrumental Music,at '
    county you won't be anywhert else. All who come to me,are pleased,and none but a IS&IITH'S
    cowardly lying
    ,. t : ,': A WOMAN of Baltimore has been arrested or Wholesale every sire and description alway on hand and cold 101 101 t thief who dares not meet me;will say anything against me in my! absence: but I can stand it better than my -
    i i 4 < :; on the charge of at or Retail. 101 lot enemies,and I i..ff.i to Ha all I da In future FOR NEW SETTLERS.emirelv and.absol-jtelv 13-ptt MUSIC ROOMS.
    being a -
    common ORDERS EXECUTED lot a. 101 AGKXT to*
    IN ANY PART OF THE TUB CILISBATBD Bocn a.9
    . "f' J''t scold. .The !laws of Maryland STATE. 101 zoi.a 5 Day St.." 101 101 .FREE OF CHARGE. *' COCKVISII. W ATe..

    ..I 1.1 maKe LI.1 jjiutIMUII' for the punishment 101. :JAcsoviu.a: 101lei THE PARAGON ORGANS

    t f' : S of such an offense, and she is tried STUDIO PRICE LIST. ***. 101 In our county GOOD BOARD can be obtained at FIVE DOLLARS PER ,WEEK.. I own one of the ,

    V :: j'J under the old Portraiti.lugest'sile,first prool...____ 101 101 f finest! bodies ol land In this connly. and do this to call attention to the public land so that I may make a desira _
    English common law. Vuplicatcs_.___...____-_-._._t31.50 101..a 1111 ble community around me,and enhance the value of my own land as well as that of my neighbors. And not r KEARNEY'SFLUID
    !. This defines such an offense as common Portraits. whole size, first proof.....___.___ too 101 a. a 101 withstanding all the false reports,ORANGE O UNTY is the banner county to-day. Come and 'see me and
    :' Duplicatesmperials ..._.._ ........_.....-....--- 1.00 101 ..*-* Ji stop over night at least, and get maps find data.it will cost you nothing r I don't want .your,money; these ex.
    'I barratry: and provides as one of .cards, first proof.......____.. Iso 101 101 orbitant charges are damaging our lovely country, and I will fight this business of skinning stangers while I can EXTRACt'BUCHU
    .f' r .,: ; the means of Duplicates, per doien..__..._____ $.00 101 101 strike a blow. Any person who ridicules or contradicts these,statements can safely be taken as belonging to on of ---:
    c '1" punishment"boring a Carte de visites, first proof_?_____...._ s.ou 010101010 D&D 0101010101lOloooooooooooooooooooco)01 the classes described Don't be button-holed swindled by a confidence man,but come into our colony. All
    I i i'r' hole through the tongue." Duplicates, per dozenn_____._._ :300 ) honest land dealers wilt corroborate what I say. A gentleman will not lie about any part of our lovely Slate for Sp
    t 4' .' Ferrol'pc5colored. first four-........ .._.._ .. 1.00 lOloo DAVIS&Dmw oolOlI0ioloooooooooooooooooouool0l 1 a paltry commission of five per cent. I do not want your money; I never till any lands but my own but _r !
    AN old Scottish nurse was at the Duplicates{ ,per dozen__._..___..._ .joa S
    101 lOloooo FvxNiTVMB oooolOl
    } : ; : point cf death who was the sole depositary Every of 101 lOlooooooonooooooooooooolOl WILL GIVE YOU LAND, AND TREESTo The only known remedy for
    1 variety Fancy Printing, done at this estab- 101 p
    t t" lOlooo WAREHOUSE. ooolOl
    of a mysterious secrct affect- l shmcnt including Double Printing Vignettes Medal.
    .. : l ions, Solar Knlargemenls, Glai.e Work 101 lOloooooooooocoooooooooclOl ; plant i if will make neat and tasteful Remember
    '" 4" ; ing the descent of aud Glazing, Emwsiing 101 1010101010 D&D'0101010101 yon improvements. we will pay all your expenses if we BRIGHT'S
    1 1 :" property, touch and Composition Printing. 101 101 101 101 do not prove our assertions. I am at home every day acarEARNEST'S STORE, on the Sanford Avenue. DISEASE,
    ,
    .1! l' .' ing the good nme of the house in CHILDREN:: A SPECIALTY 101 101 101 10: Enquire for .

    which she had lived. A priest urged 101 101 101 101 JOHN A. MACDONALD And a poiitive femedy for
    \"ithout extra: charge. for
    p 50 cents extra each addlional 101 101 101 101
    .,: her to confess, and reminded her of person in the same picture. Special arrangements 101 101 101 101 i S

    ... the necessity of providing for the safe- : ncluding for occupants.photographing Hotels and Boarding Houses ._..101 101 101 .....101 101 101 191m MELLONVILLE. S t- S GOUT, GRAVEL STRICTURES,

    ; .. :. ty of her soul. "The safety of my Iff- The best pictures of children obtain between 101 101 I _., ;sh4\i: DIABETES, DYSPEPSIA
    soul the hours of ten and twelve. 101 101 NERVOUS
    .j she said DEBILITY
    "and
    : would S
    you put 101 101
    D.
    .t' .J ', .- I the honor of an old Scottish family in _.-IOI ..._.101 GREENLEAF, DROPSY
    : : LLARS
    ) V: :i competition with the soul of a poor D Manufactured: by NOX-RETENTION
    OR
    l1 4 :.. 't' creature like me? 10 THE AMOUNT OF TWO MILLION FIVE B. SHONINGER & CO., URINE IRRITATION.INCONTINENCE:INFI.AMATIQN.or

    i HUNDRED THOUSAND ARE TO BE OK ULCERATION OF THE
    t,: : ;'h. ONE of the oddest defences on rec TRI UTED ON TilE SJTH FEBRUARY DIST .FINEST AND BEST SELECTED JE'WELER.

    i. : i ord has just been made at Hamburg nil PUBLIC LIBRARY OF KY., UPON THtOCCAS1NN IN THE SOUTH. New Haven, Ct. I II '
    1 '1 OF THEIR FIFTH AND LAST I BLADDER AND KIDNEY
    ': :: by a man who had murdered his wife CONCERT. For sate by i
    ,
    I 1. ; l from
    motivesofjealousy. According DRAWING I cannot understand bow you can sell goods so much cheaper than we can buy at home. Is an expression"leard SPERMATORRHOEA.Lencorrfi ( .
    ; CERTAIN OR MONEY GEO. M.
    h
    : to his own account he had not mur- daily at OR tEN LEAK'S Jewelry Store Tbe answer is this: He buys dirCctlyoCtheMANUFACTURERS SMITH. ,
    Parlor RICH. PLAIN Clamber
    I i I l' dered her, but had killed her in a REFUNDED. Suitr.'; Suits. 13-1?if a or Whites. Diseases of the Pnxrrau
    .., fair Parlor and Chamber Gland Stone in tha
    and
    honorable Bladder Colculus. .
    I duel, as he had uits.; Suits. Gravel or Bric
    l f" I placed a in her One Grand Cash Gift....._......__.___.'250,000 Pa Ior Chrmbcruits. FRESH ARRIVALOF duct Deposit and Mucus or Milky Discharge:*
    I pistol hand and told One Grand Cash Gift_._.___....___.._ 100,000 S SUBSTANTIAL Suits. ,
    4 f :, ,1 ( Jier to shoot at him." The One Grand Cash G.ft....._...._.._.... __ 75.000 Parlor : saving one profit and sells at small advance NEW AND FASHIONABLE -
    \ .' .:: adds report One Grand Cash Gift.....__...__....._._.. 50,000 S uits. FURNITURE. Chamberw here goods of the same quality are sold a low above cost. There Is not a Jewelry store North 01 South GOODS.
    : "The court, however, did not One Grand Cash Gift..,._.._.__._____ *5,000S Dense stock of goods usually kept In firm-class at as prices as at Greenleaf'i, where is now bein 'opened an im. roitGENTLEMEN'S KEAR.l'-JEY'S
    - : :'t Cash .._..._... a jewelry eatabl lunen All' are invited to call and
    quite regard it affair of Cifli. f 10,000 each. ._ _. 100,000 P riCCl. Greenleafs transit time is acknowledged be the compare *
    .. asxan hQnor, Cash Gifts to standard. Observation taken daily with Bllnses Im FALLAND, TER WEAR,
    10 14,000 each.. .____. 140,000 P proved Transit-the only transit in the State. Chronometers,
    I ; .and condemned 'liim Cash Gifts _._ ..._ repaired and rated.
    to twehty-five' IS 10,001 each n ._.. (50,000 EMBRACING 'EXTRACT'BUCHU.
    '.t 1 : i 'ears' penal ao Cash Gifts, S.ooo$o ch...__..___ 100,000 f S .
    I ; servitude expressly stat aj Cash Gifts, 4,000 & h._...__. 100,000 We are prepared to offer our stock at The Best of Workmen FRENCH, ENGLISH GERMAN ITALIAN
    ,
    ) lug that they had not sentenced him 30 Cash: Gifts, 3,000 each........._..._. oooo Employed and SATISFACTION all
    t death 50 Cash Gilts, e.ooo each..............__.. 100,000 remarkably low prices.o AND AMERICAN FABRICS, Permanently cures DUca es diSc
    to out of respect to the opinions 100 Cash Gifts, i,000 each.................._. 100,000 S .
    : 1 i': '. of the majority of the 240 Cash Gifts, 500 each...................... 120,000 GUARANTEED. srtii AS BLADDER. KIDNEYS. AND DROPSI
    ,; population of 500 Cash Gifts, Ion each.................._. 50,000 t FINE CAL SWELLINGS
    ",\ I the North German Bund. 19,000 Cash Gifts, 50 each.............._._.. 560,000 :- All Kinds of Jewelry Manufactured. S INGS BROADCLOTHS.AND GE t.RAL CA5SIIERFVEST.FURNISHING: ". ,

    ':i SOME uneasy, anxious!; inquirer asks Whole Tickets Iso Halves tit. Tenth. or each Monograms, Cut and Engraved on Stone, Gold and Silver. at the store of GOODS Existing I In men, women and children,

    : '. the Christian Union whether it finds Coupon $5. Eleven Whole Tickets f.5003. ]DAVIS & DREW .' Endless variety of TOYS and HOLIDAY GIFTS. J. BARATIER, NO MATTER

    i i this country named: in unfulfilled S ... WHAT THE AGE!
    12-5 3m Merchant
    ,, :: : ; For Tickets or information: address Tailor
    prophecy, and if not, why? Mr. Laura Street,just above Bay StreetJACKSONVILLE."
    :, THO. E. BRAMLETTE,Agent and Manager,:: DEALERS INAll ., ProC Steel says: "One bottle or Kearn.-y'n Fluid
    '
    -"... 13eecher, in reply, informs us that he Louisville. Ky. J. H. NORTON. 'S. JI. KOOKER. u.u.6m FLA. Extract Bu.hul.s worth more than all other Buchu

    ,,; : is not able to find any allusion to the For Tickets or information apply to S DAER."t kinds of FURNITURE. CARPETS, Attorney al Law and Notary Public. ", w or combined.**

    '4 1 s"\:\ star-spangled banner or the battle of P. Walter's Cigar Store. MATTRESSES WHITE PINE WALNUT NORTON & KOOKER. Fnc black dress coats and fancy peck wear at Bucky's. Price One Dollar per Bottle or Six BouJe for FlYt
    : : Dollars.
    : and CEDAR LUMBER, etc. '
    Gettysburg, or anything' eke
    : relating PUBLIC LIBRARY KENTUCKY. OEALEKS .
    S S SALE.
    to this country in unfulfilled bropl FOR DEPOT. 104. DU.1NE ST..NEW YORK.
    : .ff' : ecy. )EATH OP Gov. DKAMlBTTIIAmON op THE JACKSONVILLE.! FLA. .
    ;,I'' He does not know any reason why '1 TFIs-A Svcce.soi Al'rol"'En-Nu Mot -- ------ -- - REAL ESTATE. The Lease: and Improvements on two City Lots inn A Physician In attendance to
    :answer
    ". God should PosiroNnHtN1s-IxAwNo CERTAIN I: the town of Lavilla,about and correspondent
    .; l" give us .a.jjlare in proph, 171fl. FBBRUAUY S COFFINS AND UNDERTAKERS give advice! grati
    -- ---- -- ONE-HA'LF
    MILE FROM
    !' Ji -t'Y, J'lcrc/1s' no (JlJlfgat' l1 to foret At a meeting of' Oie, Trustees of he Public t Library a UI' ALL KINDS.. JACKSONVILL p. o. 5END 5'T4M?
    ;: : 'I tell everything.Jlf we could find \eMucky, Jan. 16, 1875, it wns rcoolved thai-'C.) M. 1 S The place is fenced io with a board fence six feet rot PAIPHI.ET5. ?REII.-'il
    '. ourselves triggs, 1A.q.; who under the GENERAL INSURANCE high; contains a
    late Hon. hos. K. ))3rami. METALLIC AGENTS, representing the .
    following
    : mentioned in the llilJle, .there ,: was the real business manager of the gift concerts CASES companies HOUSE STABLE -
    GOOD
    WELLAnd
    :! would be no limit to already given in aid of the Public Library of Kentucky, : ,
    our conceit.
    be and he "hereby" authorized to uke4he place made AND FRANKLIN. OF PHILADELPHIA With combined assets clover about TO TilE
    t vacant by the death of said Uramlt-tte in the WOOD a thousand
    i TilE Belgians are not muscular nictit cube affiirs uf the fifth and last' gift concert manage.and COFFINS CONTINENTAL, OF NEW YORK, FRUIT TREES AND GRAPEVINES

    it t '. consequently, we are not surprised to hat the drawing! announced 1<>r February >7. :875. MANHATTAN, OF NEW YORK, } NERVOUS AND DEBILITATED
    ". hall positively and unequivocally take place on that ,000,000 From one to six years old. W'U! be sold very cheap.: .
    hear from, OF
    without
    that
    Belgium there isa lay any further postiranement or delay on any PENN. PHILADELPHIA
    I t ; dearth of mussels. A account whatever. R. 1". DURRETT Pres. ALSO A GOOD BUGGY ;: OF BOTH SEXES.:
    f great number'if JOHN S CAIN Secretary.Herealtrr LOANING MONEY ON REAL ESTATE. AND In running order. For further
    of those; stupid bivalves adhered to CONVEYANCING- A particulars enquire oi NO CHARGE FOR ADVICE AND CONSUL

    t if 1 bits of ice, and were carried out to all communications relating! to the 5th concert .SPECIALTY. H. STEETSKAMP, TATION.D .

    should be addressed to the undersigned: and Ipledge We give below a few of the choice places for sale .
    >, : sea. The amount of what they call m'ielfthat the drawing shall come February many : by us : TAILOR

    i -,- .: musselseed which has been 27th or that every dollar! paid for tickets shall be re- No. 71. Two-story house on Ashley street,near St.: NO.1)5. Dunlawton Plantation 12.2 3ut Or at the office oftbc NEW, SOUTH. J. B. DYOTT, graduate of Jeflenon Medica
    destroyed Halifax
    urned. C M. BKIUGS, Agent and Manager. OF ALL SIZES AND QUALITIES. James Hotel, pleasantly.situated, in one of the best miles north ; on 'river, College Philadelphia author of several valuable works,
    seven of
    ,. ,: Is enormous; in fact, nearly the entire, Room 4 Public Library Buildmc, Louisville Ky. neighborhoods in the city; house!Is new,with six rooms, 1,100 acres, 1.150 acres Mosquito rich hammock inlet at,lying Port Orange mile: Fne: Business. Suits at BUCKY'S. can be consulted on all diseases of the Sexual ar Urinary
    I and 1.20 imw&sw LADlE! AND GENTLEMEN'S ROBES. plenty of closets, and goooSservant's room t lot SJj4* from one rgai& (which be has mode an especial: study)
    : crop, the loss to the river50 acres high;shell land,
    immediately either In
    laboring -- -- -- on male or female
    EMBALMING DONE WHEN REQUIRED. 105 feet, good fence, good sidewalk, and the street the river. no matter from what cause originadng -
    r- i bank.having, trout of about fourth
    population is great. The exportation OF LOTS.S ALSO shelled; grapes in bearing: a fine lot of young orange with large two-story frame jioiwe. 18 one mile Il\ipOR"rANT TO EVERYBODY.If or of how long standing.. A practice of 30
    rooms neerly I enables him
    SALE years ID
    treat diseases with
    .}j t : of mussels I had reached l trees; flowers and shade trees growing thriftily J good finished; house commands view of the river and ocean guaranteed: success. Cures
    ; Charges
    : 40,000 tons a well, with pump on back porch which is covered with and Is surrounded with .' reasonable. Those at a distance
    .At a meeting in New YorV. city MARBLE AND MARBLEIZED : large bearing, orange trees, can forward letter
    describing
    'j 1 : : year of which 30,000 were sent to flowering vines. Will be sold c cap. some 75: to'ioo in number: good well,and a cistern you, wish a genuine. article in the way f Cigars sump to pay postage sj mptoms and eoclojung
    I j .; Paris.atid fetched THE SLATE MANTELS.SLATE N. B." To capitalists desiring a bfg! thing," there that holds .J,200 gallons,in yard: thoroughly ditched -- "
    1 1 a high price. ARLIGNTON ULUFF ASSOCIATION S HEARTHS is a fine opening ia Springfield; a few thousand;: dollars and drained; canal from suicar-house running to the Wines Liquors, &;..go to ,Send Sot the CmUe. t. Ht.Uk. Price
    l ; &c., will a now. For river(or transportation of immense loc.
    : go great way.just particulars enquire crop; quantities ofwild .
    ; TilE question has often been asked, Decided to offer at MANUFACTURED TO ORDER of Norton & Kookcr.! corner Ocean and Bay streets. orange'tries; t>n the place: the soil! is similai to the 5 .5 J..B.,.TOGNI.
    &: :- < Where do sea birds get fresh water .A No. 74. A HANDSOME c RESIDENTS FOR SALB.-- -Six limestone best sugar; lands c.>f CubaJo which it is fully equal: d B. J. DYOTT, M. D.,

    ; ., ,PU'BLIC' SALE. 'FORISALEBYCALVIN large: rooms and kitchen, double bay window on the is abundant. This place is really one of the S -- S S. ,
    '" with which to satisfy their thirst ? S I jT OAK west,large double parlors double piazza on the south, choicest place in Florida, and was known as such be Physician and Surgeon. 104 Duane 5t,N>Y.

    .:: An old skipper answers, that he has ON THE iTth OF FEBRUARY, 1875 Fonyth Street,,between Laura and Hogans: commanding one of the finest views in'Jacksonville; fore the. war. S If you wish .to take'recreation'la. a' goad 'gaimeoBilliatds.
    ,
    t Some of the lots windows filled'with (bur lights ofo-Inch glass and hung N. B. Do 'ant ,
    their winter
    wi0 you a home with
    on | Jacksonville.
    rida. snug '
    ".: frequently seen these birds at sea, far With cords and weights on pulleys and reaching to the orange trees and flowers in Florid.Tr You can get a .go to J"B TOGNI'S Saloon. Bay street, Trunks and valises at Duck, ..
    DESIUA1JLE I'ROPERTY floor, with blinds: all casings are fini"hed with moulda beautiful lot
    from any land that could furnish them 70x156 feet,in Springfield high and '- "
    1 Ing and oiled and varnished making a beautiful finish healthful,and within minute walk
    ten the
    ot
    ; with water, hovering round and un Three mile below Jacksonville. lN W LOAN ceilings high,*walls hard-finished open stain double, on which to make Ii.for $a. for particulars post-office enquire 1\11 ?RR S A. DZIALYNSKI
    t 4 .;: der Special inducements will be offered glass front doors, mortice l"ck on every door in house; Norton &: Kooker.'" .
    cloud to purchasers who
    ; a storm chattering likeducks china closet, Imported Buss Ale Call for
    ,. will erect houses thereon during the store-room plentyotcluthes-prcsses bathroom on draught. it'at J. BTOGN1S
    in a hot day at a pond and I Further particulars will be given coming on the day year.of,sale:' $QN A NEW PLAN. ; hip roof with cupola from which a charming, No; 'no! A tract of 88 acres; 60 acres cleared ham AUCTIONEER
    By order of the view is to be had of the city the river and surrounding 1I'0 land: fine front! on St.John's river; two miles west: ;at the Metropolitan Billiard'SaIoolf.''
    drinking in the drpps of rain as they aejId EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. Invest your money at home in the country : three lots;making 157x100 feet: good well: uf (ackson le. This is one of the most desirable river: 1 .: 'i' ::0.''i ; .

    .. : fell. They will smell a rain squall a I young For sale shade at a bargain.No. trees started. ;'Haifa mile from postofficc.fron If desired.in the vicinity of Jacksonville. Will be divided 3S3' a ,AND .

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    -, S '1 hundred miles or even further offt PLUMBING FIRST MORTGAGE LAND GRANT 96. A large' two-story' house with ten'' large No. 146. :SIx acreS on Arlington rlv adjoining the HE, JACKSONVILLE COMMISSION! MERCHANT,

    S '.\ and, scud for i it( with,, lmbst. inconceivable X -" ,', 'T: rooms thoroughly built,and finished In first.ratCltyl Florida Home..containing the old vineyard. For. sale ,T S : S
    f. : 'I \ S 5 : with twelve feet ceilings; one acre of grojind wvcreJ at a barga'n. ,
    PREMIUM ,
    : "t ANiV' BOD S. : :' AIf kinds of merchandise'i cd.ed'OD consignment
    swiftness: How long sea: S with fruit trees and flowers: pleasantly located within .. SALE\Aiji.\
    LIVERY and sold
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    S 'birds fi minutes walk of the railroad depot. 'Price f 10,000; No''4?. MrmoroLiTAK Horn..-This hotel Is : ; .,: at auction or private sale.Every '. .
    '. can exist without water is only COPPER-SMITHING.. Now cffcrred for sale by the '4,500 down,balance on long time desired..' centrally located built of th* best Frc&ch brick.and i ia L.. r .
    i.'t. .5. ,1 a matter of. conjecture 'but probably. I No.94. 400 acre in Orange county; one mile from first-class house in.every respect, For prices and l'' !1,:; ,': :: '. '-description of goods entrusted to me Sir sal

    I their powers of enduring thirst are am prepared to execute" work.of every 1 i description* GREAT SOUTHERN RAILWAY Melonville. Pricj fi per acre. terms. apply. to Norton" Hooker. STABLE' will'i-bo disposed of;.t S t

    : : r : in the most satisfactory manner. and respectfully solicit ? S '
    I. increased by habit, and possibly they i [Consolidated] '; Call on or write jo>",and state Jour"wants: ,. .-, .' :. S : 1 S BEST FIGURE rOSSIBLE .

    can go without it fcr many days, ifI l the patronage of the public.OederaiefktDOB13INS' OFFICE CORl: OCEAN AND BAY STS..JACKSONVILLE, FlX C,B; McCLENNY.-PRorrirroR. :
    Every bond when redeemed will'receive 4 -Visitors ",* to Ihc owner, and accurate returns made.
    : : not for several weeks. GUN SH )P Mr a premium always welcome.1 _Latest_ papers on file. I 1-196m .< .' prompt. ,
    or at : ;
    In I place of interest
    ,according to the plan
    redemption., .
    I "
    :, QUITE a romantic: incidentrecently! M. Mahony' Blacksmith., shop wiU leceive'promp in amount* of from 5 A. .S Notice Is given to"the public that I have purchase? : PALMETTO BLOCK
    HUSSEY. ,
    .
    ; : occurred at the court of the ex-Queen attention.* : .- f $1.00 to $25.000 or $50.000 'JNO."Wi. -' HOWELL. the the well-known METROPOLITAN HARTRIDGE HOTEL STABLES and have opposite on hand, : 5727"fJW'J1a : J aCKsoDYiD e.J'la.D .

    Isabella. the :
    maids of
    S 4 One.of honor, 10-71f .5' WM. CLARJE.BOA :roT LUMBERCONTRACTORS YARD.
    t i On each bond. .' : 5 A VERY LARGE STOCK OF
    HORSES AND
    a young girl of great beauty, lost a I H USSEY: .5 & HOWELL: S MULES FOR SALE. .

    I ; portemonaie, containing: eight hun T D U.I !4 DIN G. Bonds redeemable! by allotment. Sit 'Allotment of. AND BUILDERS

    4 1 i dred francs, which was brought to the : bonds. Six distribution premiums In 1875. S. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN Those .desiring to purchase will find it to their advantage i ;
    A. G. CHAPPELL, Apply to, to examine this unusually large and attractive
    I Queen a few days afterwards by a EMIL. HAAS CO., : : stock,adapted to all uses. 1 am al>o receiving.' WILL FIKO A r

    .1 young and handsome J> asant. Noth BAY STR EET, near-tie Cable Crossing, ,S Broadway Financial New York A&eDta'I City. ,B 0 0 T'S'.H".OE'.S.; .. A FULL ASSORTMENT OF
    S COMPLETE
    OUTFIT OF
    ing was missing, and the Queen asked I ?...;v JACKSONVILLE. FLA HARVEY. GRANGER,'Genl Agent.J. I : .' PRESSED AND UNDRESSED LUMBER

    1 '.' the lad what reward he wanted for L. EDWARDS Agent. ,LEATHER. &1 IFI 1.DI. GS. BUGGIES "MOULDINGS ,AND SAWED
    AND Mather& Little' PHAETONS AND
    : his honest YACHTS >'WHITEHALLBbX'rs. Office Bookstore.Jaciisojiville.. -5 : S
    .; ). The (fellow had PINE
    young 5/ UQtfF I .1 --. :T OTHER a SHINGLES;
    observed the fair I 'CARRIAGES,
    ownerjof( the ,
    monaie and her porte. BuSlt! order. OR ST'AUGUST .- complete assortinent'of NewY rkand; Philadelphia l fine CHF.APFOR CASH AT '
    great jpyV'at: its recovery to :., i" 4ISTEA'M of the latest style.
    and nude bold"to. i ";I 'Y Goods always'on hand. I i -. .> 1 i THE DEPp.t LUMBER YARD.
    y, I A C H TS Tf SCHOONER ,. ,. FOR LIVERY .. .
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    r SERVICE I'
    want: no reward but one kiss from that I Sole agents in J ck'so1yille! for Samuel t Dunbar. & (Co.'s : I. Lumber delivered all pan oldie city; and vicinity
    With the Will 4 : .
    Her most approved machinery. build of .: and at all landing on the riverat low rate*. 'AS order
    young lady. Majesty smiled, any-.I Ie,fro," tj to too feet Call and get.my;prices.ot : Magnolia Misses' anc:.-Chi1dren's Fine-Shoes. .- .'whh', -U furnished, ,. *receive prompt. attention. '
    and S
    turi1Ylg. the (; '

    'WiHt/tm '"staat1.o ; his)!!9ung fewest lady, said Car-, 1 iEWi28.rOQTYACIfI': : h ; S 'Will inalce regular trip] Coods'sent'by; mailorexpissto: allparts of the State., "' i- <'S' A T.'; THE* SHORTEST. ,NOTICE*.. I "'7ac #wfl 1,.JtfartJt.' 6, la74.LOyiSj-BRCSH '

    men ?" Carmen hesitated for a moment ale. 9-3011 a between Jacksonville&: I -f ; .. ,.. anal on.'the [' :. .
    but a: Sc: Augustine, Bay Street,-near Laura, Jackonvi1leF1b.; : : S $5' :.$20.per''Dayat home. Term tree..
    finally she resplutcly'went FREE.'HOME. F i&htS'tow razes.S MOST' REASONABLE TERMS. : G SnIrso.Co: :. .

    I up to the young lad, and throwing A' For freight or passage '- i. _, Port1and.Mai* ,

    I her arms around his neck lwillgiveabufldinglothsthenewtowao, ( apply to WILLSON & LIVERYSALEAbFEEDSTABLES; : TITILCOX'S I.. '
    kissed him WHITLOCK. Mr.:G. M.. BRITTAIN U my authorized Agent S;

    three times, amidst the general laugh ItOSEWOOD Jacksonville, Fla.,: : and Manager,and will always be t found at the.Stables 'V'Hi. SHERMAN, :
    ready to attend to all busines appertaining to the _
    FRUIT AND
    p ter and applause I of the assembled I Or to JAMES COSS. a VEGETABLE STORE tablishmenu S .(;. B.tMcl.LENNY. I' i"INTERIOR-DECORATOR .
    ; To*>y one who will Improve iu, S -S- *
    5.1 St. 16
    e company. Augustie, Fla. Sept ,tSa. fl-itf,: AND
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    On BAY STREET
    S. near WASHINGTON 1
    V. GOOD S I UPHOSTERER.'i
    S GOVERMENT'LAND t .;/ Boot and Shoe,neat. and durable,at BUCKY'S.H. .' S r RRtA ;E ,SHOP.GEORGE ,.' > *

    4 :. The Song of Sixpence. Can be entered within a halt, mile' .d 11 the depot- :*,AIM 3 Families supplied at regular, market rates. .C S I i' I COR. LAURA AND CHURCH STREETS. .

    ,; : Mr.Tjfor; in his "Primitive Cul Iat F. COLCORD,, S S I ,AJlD. .. '
    ,Li. LEA,' ,. '
    ) tuf!:" thus STATE LAND : : ; : ..i ,, .o' ; : : DAVIS &: DREWS. S
    S
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    : to this 'work the ;
    applies '
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    law of the interpretation of! Bought at ius per acre i. "J1 'j Successor to Hide and Skin business of' ,STALL,IN E.MARECT: ,, ,, Sf, 'CARRIAGE. MAKER; 11.8-3.. ..' : *. Jacksonville.Fla..pPR .
    myths : ,, ; : .. ,. :
    best .
    The and ,
    most 1n I
    the
    team* -
    Jt is believed that 'S stylish tlvery city 'n "
    L :.;1! "Obviously. the four and s!>government'land'-can be found JHCROWELL; twenty In the State so accessible.: ucdenigned near the '. .h .' ... .. .. .. .R' .. : '.'SALE.i .. : :'
    v ,"' : ,' Florida Home of Cedar. mf; Fonyth "- .. : -
    k blackbirds four and 'J 1 ;; :: / I'f' .l t .. J corner Streets. : 'I ILEFioRIi' : .
    are twenty hours, .Apply to me at tbe WAVERLV.HOUSE. ad- Horses boarded and well-cared '' -, :
    Corner Bay and Ocean on reasonable G 'M E 'A'N.D'D '
    street A R E lHtrca\.t: cd bOtt4
    . ; ... and the pie that 'holds them is.the. .dress at ROSEWOOD LEVY COUNTY. I ..!lI : H'>I ,..:/, ",II '/: < S ,term' ).. ", : * lit.-. ,,';)S.,,,..S fi.I E'D.','1 )' ii 1ni;; .:fi t cI'itI;'* : ggf n ; i JIftItJO I/fet.-.wwght whlM'eadarLength ,between b, 0SP -; .JJ

    : :' underlying earth covered with'the : C. B.' DIBBLE.I Highest I cwkfiice* paid for,Hid SkiM, Furs,5 ,. Strong. r--teams'for" --hauling- purposes... alwBjr*on hand.> .. ,.C.HI.CI 'E.....T....S.UW.liU: Light. Wagon ml ;:aj.frj! ".: .Hlrun ''''i1IIJ'' !: .Sulubte-fcr either one oftw pe. Bostow ho "
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    Jacksonville,January to;t8 -t; :) / kW H.. AVSKT., T done. and. brought to Jack "u.-.Cq ba seen.all j '
    RJEairingi Coove liiwcrb. juac ,
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    : S I ... S.. .' S. t 7., S ,WUA'CI1r.f"1.l. 'a .44,1sV ", ....1'" I tlf jId.e;\ ; jl ..ekta'i boat-bc. 1"-M


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