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 Material Information
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 27, 1875
Frequency: semiweekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in Apr. 1874; ceased in 1875?
General Note: "Wise men accept the inevitable, but strive to shape the future."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 33 (July 15, 1874).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002042985
oclc - 12368935
notis - AKN0866
lccn - sn 85038367
System ID: UF00079941:00050
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Related Items: New South (Jacksonville, Fla. : 1874 : Weekly)

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VOL. II :: :. .. JACKSONVILLE ; .FLORIDA. SATURIAY MORNING: FEBRUARY- .27. 1875.'TV NO. 46. ,

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OROCCRIES AMD PROVISIONS. Nisclli:111NzodiI. :
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NEW SOUTH.' fast in'the fleshless teeth, as with Sou'thwest;means'Tbxzs1uIin: Tier.ritory even..more:'Dtr cate. StIfl'tcIquentorators ; I 4 ; ----

tHE the .final despairing agony of death. ? and New 'Mexico., Pacific in Congress, and fioent writers cLARK': : '. : --- & COXETTER'S

_ BW flEEflDA: AND Numerous cases of a siraihr kind have Stales rncaris1 Caliroml;,-'Orgonnd: for.the Eastern; presv 'maintain, that OHNJ T ., ...-; ., ..,. BROCK .

1\--\ SATURDAY.- happened here and in England. Only Washmgtpp' "> ''T rrit ory; The? 'Ohft the Saints-of i Utah are ao bncornraon: i FORWARDING. -.

TEfMS: OF SL! SCK1PTlON:annum. last year a woman died in Pennsyl- Valley includes' the 'belt*' pfcbuhtrji; : prt'p.VeH] !;.1 don't'! agilwitjheI.itcjbu1tben } .-.. -' t c. J.. ..'MATHER.: ,. ,FRANK' .aVUTTLX.
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s -*IT'T.ntil, *.utwcriber 3. each; 'and 3.5O an per extra copy vania and was burned. When her about 200 miles broad from Pittsburg .,'you .knowpe- ,: .LID.. -. -Sr" CONSOUDATED RIVER LINE.

T ***tr?tftI'Y wnto dUD otf w needed at one time. husband, who had been absent at the to Cairo., 'Tb(MissIaipprVaUey! : : includes pie,wjll'JtaUp.\ > : 4 COMMISSION" MERCHANT .
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a 3*** tubscribers. Ji per annum. returned he insist belt of about'the ;'sarae'idth: L MATHER & CO.,
*** !Uli jI.6O; Fifty cop.4 time of her death, a -
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."*..;,*.,:. each' 1 wentV copes. ed upon exhumation, and to the unutterable from'VicksbuTg .to.' Dayen port.,'Sometimes I PKOFESSIONAU CAJtD*,;& : '," '''. : i _. A.1fD BKAI.M.. 'IDROCERtta %.__.< -'WA. > .-*; I !.1. : b. NEW ARRANGEMENT. -

... ADYERTW.\'G- RATES dismay of all, the body was tHe States are' mentioned by .. PROVISIONS. GRAIN: VMJ krtber matitx UM__CMaprUw thW ...

O per Inch 1'1'.'_.fint hasa oD: found lying upon its face, the shrowd name, when, of cOurse, the meaning MEDICINE.. SURGERY, ,1I1n.: s.ih :, ?,' : :: will leave JackioBVdl daily! at o a._.far P 1a&b.>4.
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JII1'wnnt1: 5occl1taWgaaLt. i ''WITERY. .c bmrateduM ludioci.aa foCow I :
UCIII i each covered with blood, the flesh torn will be understood.. !
.'* i.eII 0?less. lint insertion: SI1IIQOtf-MAOI ETERTTTj H. 'D., FciWaf the A ea.for Florida for .
,''''S per from the left shoulder with THe officer in charge of the Signal
...,en"JII,75 ClCn* every Royal College arSurnoMConwated Doctor of Medicine 1.. i T t ST TIQNERS FLORENCE.Trom
ccn per Ime, mark that a fearful struggle had taken : Bureau Washington! receives reports sad Philosophy, UceMiaU of Midwifery and kcrin'soiciiei: Paint.'and' -- Shipyard Wharf e. Suwlan.. .,'
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111115' CASH; lit A vAIfCIt.1ddInI & place. But the most singular case from various parts of ,the, country, Uai.usitica 01 Edinbnrjk Sc Aaflrewj. aadJA.v.i. White's Patent Heavy Drawer TvechingatRailrvd6.ck.. c

AUAMS.CARRUTH_yille. Florida.CO.tlac recorded by the medical student) is giving results of observations made, at ..;.-.... aW" OktetricSarmM4- Aseattof -. AND STARLIGHT, ".' .

one which came under his own knowledge 11:35 p. m. These:lie consolidates, Chief Feraterly wit*Sir OrMCelockt jaaus Y.Simp**, Banwet sf EacUad. '.' STBAHn LIZZIE BAKER. .' PromRaflyoadWbarf.sM6.y.', .

::::-- -- !, Wellington street Rev and manipulation. Among. his makes his deductions, .and reports so aad >orceoa.UiororCaab7aad lafaaaydAaacrica... .'' "' '' Ttlundars-. .. ..
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Method1't. (Ut4m [ 'VOLUS'lAlTil .j.
frUuuik Practice Siatcry
Afnan AuIh ill the r' .; .. -
Scau. Pail..... acquaintances he numbered young that the results are telegraphed the -*.. ..uno>MCf.Acnot.fcatBiratUMnta.cueaKfckad | : , ,, Booksellers HATTIE; '
I health\ froanteatBaadtkcjrncrc, ..AtleHcdTrw .LIP :::::' 11.. .';;! "" ...... ._, .. .. :
=- Married ::: and beautiful young girli'Miss; C-, press at ,i a. m.r every p1.orniDZ.: The .rrr T ua practice Europe and America. 'It J' :1 Prom Shipyard War as Samcdaye....

for whom he cherished a sincere and breast of probabilities 'is: made (ortwelve nfaBelycmti all:1 dffal..... UDW_Meaner _..'BnzJ. .., .,'Br ,. .UMaII1111- P .. awl SanI. b,...touching. u Railroad, -, ,
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Rev. vuuJ to the more aijWjLorpinued ioauc, : dueL' .
25th wi
by .
On Thursday. Feb. romantic attach :nt. To his infiniteastonishraeut"'h hours advance.. OP course 1'.a the* hraD litl. .
care ii deotcd to en '' i9W-9. j; '' '' .
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Simmons Mr. Richard. Browijilss < :fead in .1 53offjinjj thi!? Tieccssary'haste'j in ':xortplHng'! ob l....oIIL.M'I ............... r I. ) '.' I I :'J &ONiLI 1: ,. :LOiU. THROUGh BOATS, ::8" ",
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Louisa A. Certain aU of this I paper that she had just died, and servations renders the ;predictionsmuch See respected.: Piyaxat,: acc I'ditI&. w JIIIIIIW aara- .- I' ., -.. r'-f: : '. .tIft'" ',o'r"r "" ';' tti 4. : F. ... 1uIhp_: w: :Jt., ,

uncertain thin they would meotitBd'an money*Ikownbtr rcttmed whn BOra "- .. ..-... -',. .. ., STAJUJGHT. from RaJwburf.sMoaa.C ;:?:';" 1
--- -- would be buned tomorrow'Hurry. more follow due at Moaadic TreatoMac ) : &Wkm CK ..
>d result* a taatat \ 1U! JUt'.psmTJD: : TO THXIX, EW Th ys. .,
Launch. ing to the house, he found that the otherwise: be ; but, taking into consideration Office hour*far Ladies,halOa..* m.to i p ...:.SxGca.decn W"lLLSpN is't. 1'bo&A.: Wilkbn. HATTTE, from'Shipyard wharf on Tuesday as4. '
,&om to6p.avdalt XkcraesaadZMploiBairaiBed 4 ..
a !AND COMMODIOUS STORE ON i
steamer will young girl died of heart disease, and the circumstances 'of their ( tar iacpeoievAn -vaiti and comnuicatiMaiheid : Saturdays. '
Opt. Brock's new Medical Office Norn.6 aad Dt ; 1 Recunl ac. leaW Pabtka duly (Sunday exeeptod)I
aacred. 7 ..
had the results obtained are WF1a'
that the old family physician pro. preparation, -
this afternoon at 2 o'cli M Aiottic H.u.&..w a tamer Insurance Office frpoong J sad Enterprise on MoodayTucsday Tkonday and
launched win nounced life extinct. Her appearance really marvelous. Bay.- coraer' of Laura---. Residence--Warerty GRAIN. FLOUR, ,AND F FEED; BAY STREET,, NEAR, LAURA. sod. Friday SBoraaack. ._ .1
We predict a large audu-nce to in is located M ouse.ourner of Cedac and lon]' 1 sta_UduooTiUe., Jtsreecitaddailyatth.irreetiraam. :
with the circumstances connected The Signal Office Chicago .
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handsome cral Florida. I'JO ..&ufactnrenf J BROC .
the transfer of this with this sudden taking off in the building corner of Madison WHERE.WILL.BE FOUND .AgeasII.ticandsi.t.e......a .-t,.
clement. I and the BIRNEATTORNEYS \\ 'r; I..':ORN MEAL, HOMINY.:CRACKED t ',t ;! '. .' C. M. DAVIS. '
native in
he convinced him that she was only a and La Salle. streets, reports VMARThURA. IIII .Ageats.a1ibth:

---- I Ipersor.a1. trance. He waited upon the pnysician u..u( are received from nearly one CORN, RYE MEAL, GRAHAM: A LARGER ASSORTMENT ') .

him this interment hundred signal stations. During the : AND .
to delay YORK
implored .. i
Rosewood arri: FLOUR.CRACKED WHEAT.&c. t;; f. JTEW j .
C. B. Dibble, of -in vain. There was a fine season of lake navigation mention is STRTS-ET.. NO. 330. I OFSTATIONERS' ,
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in town yesterday and id stopping at funeral, an eloquent sermon, tears, frequently made of .cautionary signals ,WASHINGTON. CTY.J .. StROLL. SAWING. fc WOOD. TURNING. ... '.,' .- SUPPLIES "

andthe ordered for certain points. FERNANDINA f
Waverlj.Mr. and flowers-all in proper form, being TO ORDER.iVood ; ;

M. JIcFarlan, Colk-ctor or' fair being was laid in the dust I This simply means that..frQiujnforma. I N..BETTES, -: dJ. l'" -

from life and tion at the central office there is prerbability J Sawed, .Spl t,. and Delivered IN STEAMSHIP LINE. :
Port of Halifax Nova: Scotia, and and shut out forever ., THAN IS TO EE. FOUND ,
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wife are sojourning at the Wan light. As the clock tolled the hour of stormy or dangerous weather PIIYSICIAIf AND SURGEON, by Cord.or Load -- i rtKRNANDtNA.

of midnight the young student, with for the port ot place at which the ,. JacksonvIIte. FU.Ornc .4 "l

lI uSf'. _.. the assistance of a friend, stood at the signal is displayed, or in that vicinity. -Opposite Ocean House,Comet of Adunx a....Block.. Bay Street opposite our'.Mill and Whai ANY OTHER HOUSE IN FLOR- .. flit

Valuable Farm Seeds Given Awa; grave. Spreading a blanket upon the Gales where the velocity of the wind and Ocean 4 streets.I 67601ATTORNEYATIJVW JACKSONVILLE..FIJi.T. IDA, .ELL
: of Parkcsburg, Chet earth, they cut the sod and began reaches twenty-five miles an hour are : WttSOIS66 W. WHITLOCI, *

t'OUDtJ'.l'X. r.lle'YI'r. ., one of the largest dealin their work. In a few minutes the regarded dangerous on the lakes, w.R.. ANNO, ., AT PRICES a>W'EJ1NG..W! H, PRICES NORTH POINT, R ..

spade touched the head of the coffin, while= they are not considered, on RAILROADS ""pc..SlUTH.: .;;:
seeds THE SAME
in OF
blootlcd "ock and farm CHARGED FOR GOODS
and upon removing the nails a d5ef the Atlantic, where the abundance of -
- -a.---- Oc .U Reed'* Block. Bar Street, DESCRIPTION' IN NORTHERN CITIES. 'd '
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groan smote upon their ears. As the sa room is to be taken into account. PENSACOIA AND, VICKSBURG. ;;

Hasty Burials.Ofl student cautiously put his hand within A gale to be dangerous on the I latteris "-il,.FiiN1Ja. JACKSON\'LJE.- LRO D O.C..AL'SurUDrrODDT'i ; Opt. RUDOLF. :"l; ;.i'l

the left side of thtcarrijge way, the coffin to lift the body out, the to have a velocity of from forty to .1 Orricz. A17E. INVITE .- .I.

,s )you enter Perc la ChaUc, in Paris, hand of the -girl, which was laid palm seventy miles an hour. The cautionary it. A..PATraoir. I/o. .. .-.c., TAtLAMASsn. December 19, 1174.- } Them steamer. sail from New. York.Pier a.Nona",4River -
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0. and aftcr'SUNDAY.1 DEC.*;'i$ ; Passc ; Satlll'day..d from Fernanduxa Ka3roa : JtWbIt
immense square building and forehead storm signal is a red flag t with j THE ATTENTION OF crery
or -
an her
sands .
downward over eyes & MEEK fet trains oa this road will run a*follows: H :
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Mortuairc Publique. Here touched her black in the center, to be pATTLSON aYCr) .
called Le clutched the hand that a square DAY'P PASSENGER Daily.Sundays except..!. : ,1 ii.

,the. dead are left for a time prior to like a vise, the mouth at the same displayed. day, and. a red light by ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW. : CITY AND'COUNTRY DEALERS. FRIpAVFor : :

their final depusite, and morning and time uttering most agonizing groan. night.- These are hung from the localsignal Leave.. Jacksonville-Baldwin_A.7.t; Leave" Chattahorichee SaY: nnah.*_ Lee;I ? .:. : ::11HE
freight
or JICJ
builiLaK. 'lI1c.11a. passage
Office. Jacbo
ReQua's .
evening each body i is carefully examined Wrapping the.body in blankets, the office and other prominent Lake City 'QuDcY"LJII.

and indications of returning their These signals have come to .. -Po w. 1 1hk.s.ei.30 UI. CELFCKE. Acftt; !f .
bore it swiftly to places. .
students
two JOHNSON. M. D., Uvc'Oak1235 .. P._ M. AND THE PUBLIC GENERALLY TO OUR
The lids of the I observed and in p.E. )1..r-.25 bd'__ .
. 'IuhtutcheJ.) closed the door, and therea be generally many .. S Williamut..NYk. :'
sanctum .
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T.JI h 6.30 Live Oak 4.30" STOCK; *NO SOLICIT TRADE.PRINTING. : : t
coffin :are left open: and every means sight revealed itself which chilled instances have proven of vast benefit HOIICEOPATHIC Quincy_ S.io .. Lake Oty6.oo OrW. WOODWARD.. .
hand sound th*, alarm interests. It is confidently PHYSICIAN Arrive Chattahoochee,.SO M Baldwin_-_ 8.10 411 .
are rndit: to the youths with terror and remorse. to the shipping AND SURGEON. .* Savannah-__ 9JS Arrive Jacksonvile_ 9.15 Keproeatiax CHATER & 1 Ageats.
of returning life, ami to resuscitate shreds of anticipated that continued improvements -
in case bitten through,
The lip "as St. Harks tf FemanJna. Florida.
Oll e.in Mitchell's new bonding.Bonh side'of Bay Passeneers can KO through to Mondays 10.10 sv
tlose who how any signs ofcunsciousn raven hair were twisted round the will be made in this ser street. between Newnn and Market streets nearly Wednesdays Fidaysand return TuesdaysThursdays

s. The French |people fingers, .and the left wrist dislocatedin vice, and that ere long the forecastsof opposite the Port O&ce. J99dW. and bat unlays. HARLESTON AND FLORIDA

hive a morbid fear of being buried the unavailing efforts of the poor the weather will have the merit of L COAN NIGHT EXPRESS. Daily. :' C ,

alive, and the state of catalepsy: with creature to free herself from misery. almost infallible prophecy. Leave Jacksonville..a..4-00Leave K.I} S?,mtMK......r.. 4_M._ STEAM. : PACKET CO. .

its various phases, has for a number under thejnfluence a JUSTICE OF THE PEACE .. Baldwin. .. ',55 &. .. f'Y
Oocc-only once, ..
Lake Oty._ $.], Live 0xL....,].-
of years been the subject of mature of a powerful battery, did she open Rather Intricate. AXB Arrive Live Oak.. io>n| ** Lake Gry__ 4.33a. o . ".)
the- physicians of NOTARY PUBLIC M.| BaldwiD- __'7.45 CHANGE OF SEHEDULE.
thought among : she was
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But all over "
was SOUTH
her eyes. Savatnah..f.. f.50'ArriveJacksoaville: ; -. ,.10 THE NEW
of
France. The danger of lusty sepulture dead killed by heartless custom, unseemly The Salt Lake correspondent the Office l.SOLART1TS BLOCK. TbSteamcn
; writes follows Norm.-A Special Train win leave Tallahassee Saturdays
has received vj many illustrationsin haste, and brutal ignorance. Cincinnati Commercial as Corner BAY and PINE streeta.Jackaonrvifle at 3 40 p. m..arriving at Live Oak 9.35 p. m.. DICTATOR AND CITY POINT a--
make it a Every now and then one may e&mIICCtincwlda; Savannah -Tram. Returnee leave JOB AND: BOOK PRINTING
the United States as to :
There reasons why hasty Fla. Tallahassee at 8. -. -. ... .. ,- .
are many Live Oak 3 a. m..arriving at SOLa._ .T ; ; Until farther notice will sail as fellows:
the problem on re-
discussions in some
question to grave indecorous see press
open burials are injudicious not to say ROBERT WALKER.
and reform. Tue percentase of those I and unfeeling. The use of! lationship. As for instance, that one, A.A.. KNIGHT, Receiver aDd Gent Sept. ESTA.B.- ..ISHKENT.. TIlE STEAMER DICTATOR
when man married a widow T.C.SPOONER Master Tnasportatkxu. 5'f -* '. jj
awaket.ing! Irom ther: long sleep zc-: and the increase of nervous a joung '* ar.j, :.- _j CATTAIK LEO VOGEL

curding! to French statistics, is abtJati opiates diseases: in the United States have and his father marries her daughter ATTORNEY AT LAW. BUCK takes the lead i ia the latest styles of Silk and Wilt.UIItiJ farther.,& ,leave CHARLESTON.,,- !*

otic: :si t; 1 tour hundrcd,>uul the p'cb:1.1: to develop -what relationship do the resulting Fur Hats. .ss7tfA. TUESDAY evening and SAVANNAH every WEDNESDAY ,
had a tendency aaertor FERNANDINA. JACKSONVILLE -
bilities arc, that England, where certainly A children bear to each other ? No Ko. a ceC1 Block up'ataitS i ,PALATKA and Intermediate l-aadanga
nun:
of catalepsy or trance. G. & W. :I. T. CO.'S RAILROAD.
the !1-t.nod between death and burial! cases stricken down with doubt these problems arc merely the 3- Siv/ly t Jadoonvflle.Fla. The proprietors arc prepared to execute orders iIrC9UJ'
apoplexy (
is suddenly description of RETURNING:
is generally: sx: days, and in America some one of product of some ingenious brain, but FROMFERNANDINA .
or *
"I'here he i dead are thrust out of sight palsy: epilepsy, nature is always ahead of art in the, A.BUESING, W1 leave PALATKA every FRIDAY mtonmf..
the forms of brain disease ; apparently I TO CEDAR KEYS. PLAIN OR ORNAMENTAL PRINTING. JACKSONVILLE every SATURDAY SMraic.tos .
as quLUy as possible, that the percentage many has departed and he is matter of surprise, and some cases in. RenpecduQy call the attention of the cititeos amt merchants -"--- >tU the tide. FF.KNANDINA sam da.arriy c' '.
is Unnecessary life within knowledge, have tot e BEAUTIFUL SOAP he manulaclures. COIXC'SOVTB. COIHC SK>*TM. ia SAVANNAH and CHARLESTON' every SL"NDAV. -
considerably Utah
greater. immediately shut up in a box, prayed my' It is the best Washing Barber and Toilet Soap ever LI_. Arivr.Fcr.SnAft2 .' |j
haste characterizes most of!I with given rise to a consanguineous puzzle made. This Soap m put upin bozo conuinc 10 lad Ibs ':]0.m ,7T3SP" I STEAMER CITY POINT, |
unnecessary .. THE
hurried BUSINESS CARDS
and Suck ,
O\'tr.: away ban. i: __,.__ ,
90 3nigaldwiii1
the Master in Chan- cSha.S- -7-.3s
bother
of the
this side will
oardj.ngsupon: :: : : areas: I haste to his: last resting-place. that Orders should be addressed to ._--- 95T. .soIe.. CARDS. CAFTAN J.W. FITZGERALD .
but in no particular are we more I if the estates ever get into court. A. UUEStKG.Box y t.5i l___9P Ic ):23... VISITING
cery
SATURDAYtISaUg.SAVANNAH.SUVYSUNDAYacTaOO.U
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it sof course Fla. Win lease CHARLESTON .
the heat of summer cf Jacksonville. _. _f.it.
11n ScaRe .aij7 P
injudicious, more guility of want !)f should Consider the following : Brigham Gainesville 1:50 11:10 WEDDING.UDS.. FERPALATKA -
desirable! th3t speedy interment !' AND1NA. JACKSONVILLE.I ::. andImcrmedt.
married sisters of Charlie Archer '3:10pm 9M HEAth
and scientific two
feeling shortsightedness Young MCLAUGHLIN SILL .
take: place, but that very heal soonest RICHARD bc.-' ____..-.}: ,:04.. Iands.RETURNiNG
than% in the rapidity: with which we I. the sign which no eyes can Decker, and Decker married two ESTATE CcdM KC'J'a.._.. ,-. 6:30 6.J LETTER' HEADS, :
develops REAL AGENT. :
dispose of our dead. daughters of Brigham by other wo CONNECTIONS.At :
mistake-the presence of decomposi Now the 7. nwi/ .F.tr114s. CIRCULARS. Win leave PALATKA every TUESDAY morning
la the experiences of a medical I that has men. All have children. FERNANDINA. w,tl Steamer City Point from POSTERS. JACKSONVILLE every WEDNESDAY morning
Until phenomenon -
tion. offspring of Clara Decker Young and AH sorts of Real Entau bought and sold!; Money in Charleston Savannah Mondays at 4 a. m.;steamer mit the FERNANDINA. ..aaedayazrivinga&LHARLEtON I
student published in the January taken place, it is neither right reasonable vested Taxes.paid.Titles examined.RKFBBS Dictator.from Charleston and Savannah ThunJays at BRIEFS. aDd SAVANNAH every THUttS- ,
of
number: ot the Inland Monthly, by I \ in accordance with common Lucy Decker Young are cousins vr ruMlstiON. to William Astor, E q., 4 a. m. With steamer Lttzie Baker'from 6 Safvaanah far, UAY.rHROCCrt. I .
nor at mr PAMPHLETS.
the BniBSwick and Sc. Mary Moadays a. ; .
I Decker's children. But G. Belleibau. Pa : TICKETS AND BILLS OF LADING -
Charlie New York EGov. A., Conin. <
Enrique: Farmerc find : ,
several well
and decency that a body Stokes EorxJ. theeepoinssn. Fridays! at t a m. NEW: VOIlE PHILADELPHIA -
j feeling of the form Lewi H. Redaer. PhiladdphU! W.- : OF ALL KINDS. GIVEN 10
aatbenticatcd cases, sufficient to fill which has lived its little life, should latter are grandchildren Philadelphia: U.G.A tb&cr.Banker, Jacksonville;FU.: At BALDWIN.with J P,&5L.: R.from Jack ,BLANKS. .. :: ,, BALTIMORE; i.
J father and consequently nephews Tucker.Boston.Mass. ,js5xy.pdN soaville at : : for JacnunviQe at :. .. m. ; I
Jhe mind with horror, and to turn the dust from whichit er's_ Henry i U-. : ._ LI .9. bnetor* These: Steamers ctwnect with Florida Railroad at
I be consigned to tfutthe AI GAIZSVILLP.; wth "wee1U'J' stage COLORED PRINTING AND GILT WORK. PemaeoU! ft Mobile Railroad
the thoughts backward},; to many faces and nieces of their own cousins. & KOOKER Tampa::withttagelinefor I : NewnaacviBe..Tuesday* it renaadina Jacksonville.JacksovriBe.St. John's Railroad at Tocai for St.ugt.tiac. .
hose hlclike un their sprung. nephews of a cousin-b1ood relationship and.Fndays.!. .: A witk-steamers at PalatLa for McOeaviOe.Eaterprisc .
expression second cousins CEDAR KEYS with steamea to and from New sad the upper Sc John's,and vuh steameat
holding-are : ESTATE flEA U.S. comer Ocean and Bay At '
&J of REAL tf
departure from the- light of Florida. 0 Orleahs every' Saturday. With steamers from Key far 1 the OcUawaha ii"Cf'. iot. .
leaven has remained: indelibly impressed The Signal Service-Weather Report. hence Decker's children must hold. I streets Uoaey JacksoavWe.loaned oa .Real Estate security. General West aad Tampa; Fridays; from these places.Thtrrv-rfcv o -

upon our memories. We The length and unprecedented severity that relationship toward each other Ute and Fire InsunrCT Aeeats aDd dealer la Floe. days.Tampa With:Mondays.Steamer, With Coil from Steamer Tampa.Wawesnck Sundays,from OKAHUMKEE,
soborb FOR
Ice. a specialty.Correspondence
Spnafncld
wives half sisters to the Lands.PUatadona for Suwamxe,Tucsda,.. CHEAP. NEAT AND PROMPT.Balmorals. r.s EUSTIS AND GRIFFIN.
are Suwaaaee HARRIS
have first the case of a strong man of the cold snap have given Decker's solicited, ] >&*wtfTOHN Fridays; D. E.,MAXWELL.: ',' .

.ho the weather: reports children of their own sisters-in-law, Sapcrinr.cDdctd -
to }
dropped interest SPRING
away suddenly, was put peculiar} 513Carpenap Bu sdes. and Oucaoas;at BtCKTs.VIAXI SILVER ;
ill the grave, and the sods stamped and perhaps: no part of a newspaper they are sisters-in-law to their own G. BROWN .J t

ttopo his coffin. Four days afterwardthe is more quickly scanned than father, and aunts to their own half- aDd Ladies Companion at BUCKYSv w.GOIDKII. r-AJTK..AAAISV A d other: lmUK nf on ibe Octlawalia River, !, I j

body was found twisted round, the column giving the "probabilities." sisters. Now, if the relationship were AUCTION ANL;0- 'COMMISSION., '; ;:: & ADAMS, : r. -t- I
GOLDEN
au ankle dislocated, hair turned "'hite1 It is observed that not unfrequently half-blood throughout, the canons of BtAUXSItFRUITS. O L. KEENE, xDKALXU 1

and<1 torn out, and features distorted: these prognostications fail, but the failures dcscent-at least .in India'nawould VEGETABLES: GROcERIES.,PROViSION. nt reSi.OKAHUMKEE. j

wi terrible manner.: There is next are by no means as frequent as exclude them ; bu,, as"It doubles .on "' .CROCKERY and GLASSWARE .BAY STREET. JACKSONVILLE. FLA.. FINE.GROCERIES-. a. A.URlCK.Master.. J..., '.- j jrTOl I

the of The of both sides they would probably be street.. '11-14 tf. :: I case a joune: lady, beautiful in many imagine. percentage Bay Dcalcvin leave Ja kao--ilk every THURSDAY morning -
w person and accomplishments laid vertification for the division of the included. Hence the two-Mrs. Deck 'fXEXCIf CONFECTIONER r. ac I o'clock.
.. GEOR. FOSTER.AteJicksomriKe -*. '
aunts while '
their ; MI.L.M.N.ERY ,
"hurriedly. Upon removing her Upper Lakes and the Northwest was, I ers are (in law) own I.HOLBSAIJt as'T aATAKKASIH. P1UCD.1 .. 'DOMESTIC rRUTT. ALE : ,Fla.,July :.J,iJ7t-y.ad.. .';j ;
D. Youngarclegal .AND
ltma the of the chief Clara D. and Lucy : FOREIGN "
ins to another the according to report
cemetery, their nieces and FANCY JiND DRESS GOODS, I WINE. LIQUOR. CGAItSI1oB _. "" .t
opened coffin disclosed a gashed (ace, signal officer for 1873-4, 75.25 for,the to ROtilNSON: '. ,. .. ... +CO. ETC...- : '?
arccratcd division and for the lattera the two sets of children are respectively ,WMOUttAU- A KBTAllDRUGGIST < 3AMUELB.HUBBARI -
breast and arms, tufts of1rS.tretn former 74 received front New York a uB assortment itthcosenamcd.fthL
Has fast .
and nieces and U stort tad' to am** / '
hats -.c"
cousins, aunts, : '
1 on the ', "
about, feet drawn up if decided improvement year '' l v facksoKciltfFla.. ;. -
Elder I.
w wild the was the Lord knows what beside. ; FIRST-CLASS: GOODS ;of' A
effort when .
for rcleaie, the finely-: previous percentage Hoes'* Bock' Bay Su.JACKSONVILLE .
"tteled the whole As Allsop of 5.1qd1.stati n, .married awidow LATEST STYLES AND.FASHIONS. and Dealer in '"*;:* .
features country.
.FLORIDA.rcncmirnoia Importer
scarred sixty-nine .
finger
by I II CASH at'the
and her oldest daughter, haying Whkh/by makinc TERMS they offer ... '
c"tLess divisions which are '. '!-Iff. .' ,-
than the geographical '
a score of years ago sametime daughter .. A traaALTT. I Abo .bc assortmeat of ladies:and{tBtlcmen'sKID LOWEST PRICES.: *" ,
; the @ .
I I' at young I a. IRON AND STEEL; ,
young man, IIi x days after burial, referred to in the daily reports may' former wife happily de [. ; ilPLORIDA J ,,' IARDWARE[
"as found turned with be generally understood, we append by a now ''.2 *'** I
GLO"TES.
his face not .
on and POCKET
i TABLK
All this lire in' one : < SJ family
O"wt Inn bitten with explanation : Maine, ceased. ,
to the bone and other them, "' -1* ?
The daughter of the deceased ( ? 'stock havinsj been aurchaMd so recent'y. admits SUPERIOR CANDY, CUTLERY. .
My MAILIARD'S
Vermont Massachu house. : ; :
of .. ,
fences a frightful death-wrestle. New Hampshire,. of hens told at cxccedtnf ;, J L
half-sister to the ,other children Glass. Paints Oils !
is Clue ,
and Rhode Island wife ; Nails, Putty
.
Connecticut I ofRESEIlVES.JELLIES "
various land .
graveyards of the senSe TOGRAPWC'PBn ING. : : And to our assortment : .3. 4j

"here cemeteries have been dug over ; are alluded to as the New England legal grandmother half sister to the one other step- PH LOPkICES, <> ETC. LEATHER BEL!ING.RUBBER PACKING.I -.,,. ,; ,I ISTO
to ,
mother legal '
"..r._ the. remains exhumed there have;I States or the Northeast, simply as and aUnt_._-ln.'aw'_ .__ to L her AJn; aade. .. II-N- .T1NW AIlE.CROCKERY. PUMPS.''<: f'

MIr n been round bodies or skeletons the Eastern, 'States ; New York. New consequently have PUBOSH1NG COMPANY,, ., PICNIC- PARTIES win Bad it advaataeoM to f- ') ,B
turned over on their sides Pennsylvania, Maryland, District self. .If they keep on as they \tfi f oaderwear.'to bt obtained atROIEi .EUCKYS.' ,caH.a weshaH make thereplcfatbjacof' ; LUNCHEON LeadaudIronPpe,
or iuns, Jersey, STREET .
j. -
BLQCXi BAY .
.1 will eventually. produce a ATLANTIC :
the they ;
.
gwkncesdrawn up, joinu distended, of Columbia, and Virginia as begun. BASKETS a ajed Irr. DOORS. H.BLIND51oULDtNGS.st.1" : !
Middle ''States or_ Middle Atlantic boy who will be his own grandfather. :JACKSONVILLE. ILL ( N: & MAPSON.., : .JPttr hases delivered pac . :
arms thrust against Smith of Mills; Eraponton & ,.....
ir South Carolina Bishop Samuel Brigham GOLDEN ft ADAMS. t ;Ii
North Carolina, Portraiture" CL.ad.cipeZ&JRLwJAJz
of
? carrow branch
States Where
hlsted in i the )prison-house fingers Georgia; and Northern and Eastern I City, bas six wives"the; first: .two :no aad lastaataaeoos every Phoucrnaky s> sacceavtuDy cosv. Have opened a fint-claM Rom*Marble F.oat BoOdfec.aear Grand N*. G< fitting R*jtgt J"Uit, anJ .TtmSm&.it rl I'

hair and numerous I him thenest two his ducted by siolkd ,,, done III .,.,{ diy e
other evidences of hor- Florida as the South Atlantic relation 10 : ; I .: : : SHAVING SALOON.corner ',1-14 tf tkmal Hotel. Jacksosnrilk,Pheida.aa5a.ts n. ft'U:
.
too .
a struggle his nieces AMERICAN ARTISTS.AiG .
,
cousins and the last two <
lail!! agonizing; cvenjo: dream. ..of. ,States ; Western Florida Alabama, 'of his own brother !r Thus GRANT.. N .acCf"l, : 'of Bay aad. Fine streets,where afi the modern sad c-i&ta ell very alas sad nafity at EMILE MOURGEON.'; !
Texas daughters 1M I
and can
as aloaiw ia
best country sUCKYS.jFOR
old liria of Louisiana: /' umliaaoes wed by the LoS '
the Iississippi, '
ground in city cousin '. 'iBowdIiirHaaM that haseot all hour -
the Golf he isTathcr.and d to two KS. AayH tdc be kaaM. .They also Ejraiah M ;
brooklyn there was found die corpse 'the Gulf States. Sometimes beeiaken.by V .Gnat can scad LSrts aam and address. ; Forrmaao/ ,. ,
v :' __.lately the Sates
ane.grand-
and father
oC of his families, "-_ _f SALE. From Paris. 1
*young bride, dressed in wedding i States, the South Atlantic, Virginia! The children of HOT AND CQLD .BATHS. Inland Dyeing cstabushmeBtV i'1; ;
uncle.to two more; Fiwt'CasaJmen stylish aad durable,at BuckyVi
and Arkansas J .
ts of Kentucky, aad Shefl road rwosailcsbelow '
the satin Tennessee river
JJf richest white sate the StJob.as
far Located oa
sight staves
hearer to
four wives are' full cousins to TIcket% entitling the DYEING AND SCOURING ESTABLISH:
his first bad.BeamiU NEW
J JfKkl. veil, ring and all the evi- are grouped together as the Southern 'it$1. Q: eight.ahavas,hax cutting, ned shampooing .cIty of jacksoavfllc. if acres MENT. I
.
when jised his lasttwo wives, and halfbrotherand'sTsIerV : .. > 9-195f river view; good boose,high airy rooms; 3.000 grapeviaes. iLadle.
of wealth and position. The! States. The Lower Lakes, 'uietriiond' cousinsto. M' $1.30.: .' .too orane trees eight Wan old..aadshrahbervn ;: too bearing 'sad CcMiemeaSWearmcAppanl. 't -
; figs t>oo>egraaites/hanatia '
lke1etoQ was found twisted and dis- means Erie and Ontario. The Upper SOthMON LODGE. NO. 20.R4Iiap ROOMS FOR RENT.jjrf peach[ pee dIttnL .Thwis one of die nat de- Lace Cartain. S. .
varietr: goo "
wives' children. The furthcjr TARNISHED I
placed Huron and Michi. those .l rabk."S&.J""" rptc:!. I..S.s! :
and the grasped as I IIQ Lakes Superior, other Sac mhries carc&tty ckaacd aatft cIyted.
: > : sad most
garments traceLrt 5xatMtbIM "Wtdaodayt .j-- remain sccnrerf M OM
ayj popularly,' relation ipA difficult ;o : ; : _--_ ...Good bf thtt *"T hcuiek.sping.; Pan al the porehaai money can = ; .$TRY.ET .......Y'U'US Sad Sin'9. :
ie, in j the clenched finger-bones The Northwest : ...... ... ..... T. 1. opt nTtf i* i.hCaBcK.H.i .MASON. FORSYTH.. ... .... 4
; gan. the puzzle solverr shove'' their'' teeth ". .' _,..r._. 'w ..' l : .: I prop -. .. ..c .. ...
.
the .
$ "! .. $ '
tftQ between W. J"-'I t.i.1 wtoct-- 0..r'r ?. }; .J. 4 -It
the whichglossy the country'lying U&.V. .' ."N.G.mrarr"c .I'. : ''<> r. ; ". -n', __ -' ;; ,. ;1 -
long *
rMtcf : _.. .
means .
; .
raven tresses. othercasesrU : 4 .55' ; .
duY.: .
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The into iti Tnereare many1 ... .- 'HUII4 ci 1.t., : ,. .
1rere Rivers. ....... -- ; :q .' .t '
and Missouri .. OO 1 ; 't ,. <<
and perfect as aver, werebit ,Mississippi tt4'! *": q.. o- .1* 4-l-t& \ '.\J.a'f.. ,1.41e1L.ou. ., ;, ''..'to "..,. .j jo", ', ,.,..:.... :..,...."t..; "" .:".:.. .t'- :. .'>4j"- :; -.,...:. \) ,: .r..I1' '.: 1 ::..'".
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THE NEW SOUTH. hide his own misdeeds. And while anx. tells us saw no trace of Injury The I
-'- .- keeping hydrants open. suffering Oregon, Washington Conference, $3- NATIONAL BANK

., J..,., AlAM'. t itus'that all i inter-accusations among fmriTfrost for two hundred. tnllcS along from thocohdlslnteuie- 000; ErIe Conference, $I,OO; Florida, FIRST c, HOTELS AND. BOARDING HOU :

r ? j o SVIIC1D..CUll'H.J ADAMS= CAR RUTH &. CO. Republicans sbu1 ('ast, still :?, Ihe'lIvtT.: ""'l\ ..' V \ ,WaihiDgton.Fcbruar116.-1'he, River $4,000; Georgia" $8.: Holston, $7- OF ,FLORIDA. _

4 ; t rl.., through tho Mac-linations of the Senlind 'Tis true undoubtedly, that> good I and Harbor bill reported to the Rouse 6000, \Illinois,' 6.00: 'Indiana, $609; LNTER ESORT.
JACKSONVILLE.
; J. S ADAMS. EDITOR': the effort 1 is made and referred to the Committee on Appropriations Iowa, $600; Kansas, $ ,OOO. SPENCER
.. to throw all the oranges are worth five cents and in four The ntitty fidltaottt Ban* in 1I0U E. ST.
--= -' -- ,. : ,, -, give Mobile harbor Q28.000: next business in order was that tftrallo inExchange 'ltlS/41I. MARYS G.\
'. 'i; S TO CORRKSPONDSNTS r-- - blame of the Re]>ublican defeat "yon, wecks-thcy/wilUjct worth- seven,'. ,}dn. Cedar Keys, 115,000-; Charleston, .t0,. of the Detroit Conferences for,which.an. Oppoaite Fernandina. ".sow oftin
i AND OTHEI ,and Ex at
p't Item*.f Lnc.J intercut urc solicited fmtn all >:irts cj the others and specially upon thefconSfevsionxl ten weeks ten .cnbhd s ch'las' been 000* 'Sarannah, '$70,0001,* Gatvceton,' appropriation of$ .O was m\de. The change oo all Northern points bought, $3 '

; .State. Abo "onfiibicctn! i OfC', I drh'gatioii, 3nJ, in an indistinct. nnd the case at the same season for the last $150,000; Mississippi Missouri and Arimprutciaent''of sum of $1,200 was set apart for New- AT CURRENT RATES. With per ttay-312 to $18 per \Yeek.
/ "
was discussion
4 Cut e\slfC war, to ) will'bo -Vor; tanwursr'100,000 r MIssissIppbe.tween along upon Home. Sl. convenkrtes 0a f
S ct. top.ce reopuihlcnts should make *hcirIctttriia I deny our allegation that three .c\rs.and so jesuaTlo, Masa4zuatet fICa;,lie
v: bi.the Ctrt"and nfunmtunoes will Steam :'sml'-tni1' .. ,'. .' te mouths of the Ohio and theppropriation' for Kentucky. The DIRECTORS AND STOCKHOLDERS River The location aDd MotItIl.tile St.Mary'
I .-::1' :; \ ao rejjxmnble fur i>| prit out at rn'e Same time was corn!. 11lin)is: $200,000: OMci! ri\Jer,'$300.000; bum'of$115,000 had been appropriated Fwttr-. "_'. place is DOC OD t/le Suuthcra bcahlfulaaa..01 .

ermpndentl.: KrjecteU mllu'ilt contributions c neither playing the same dame of deceit with ReQua We noto this sensational letter, -because ,- ; I thomouthMssippi1$250,000Red oh l 'ih' Mis- since' 1853. An appropriation of $7,000 Hon. F. E. Snu, W.JOHN A CLAIK McLIAII., 1 Esq.. having through BAJ\.Ek tickets goes can direct have to the H.c 51k.IZZ1E ..
1\lco. N'U Esq.. tllclD
not : 5, 13i beeand Sanford, we affirm that unless so noticed, it is likely to ; Fish_>Bay'and! was agreed, to., appropriation. for PMILO REMINGTON, Esq, C.A. FAIKCHILO. aq.. other purser of steamer to stop over at SL excbanced bJ
------ G, Iveston Georgia was announced For "M'L RIi1N-roN Esq.. DAMON.. point desired. Liberal Slat or AItJ
OO. term
-- each } ..Bay, ,310,200: Red jRiverRait as $8. mau
of these men went Tallahassee create regard : \V desmng to mAe
a i in
miscbieyous
'. up (to impression: I the' LexingtonConference .C.SCJIIKBS. hq.V..AI. Eos-rwteIC..tsqT1' a permanent stay.
and OO
7h Much De-rated $20,000 Chaltahoochee Flintrivers i2, wasappropriated. ScttdC
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;
CaucusBill.
; : undei a 1i 1krrUl'I that, be to the winter climate in Florida. 2OoO.ApalacliicoIs September 16, 1874. n..-I) LA TOURETTE HOUSE. Bevgc.
: ; 10JQOO
; 4. -1 ; ; open May 1St. ,87S. j.Eo\\ Pnt.N.J..triJI.
The oM'a' r that tu.cC! fchouM have the countenance of Mr. ChoctavvatchSe; 10.000; C p'q Fear river, IS )* \IA .Propricaw.
'chnm
.: .. alter cases *' unuM Stearns and I n i -And $10.000i James river $ -. ', POST-OFFICE NOTICE. ..
I t j J'r j to 'find Hrong itjicrs received, .it. State News ; O,000ChanncIS AN EXCELLENTHOMES'rEAD JOR ,SALE. I AVERLY HOUSE -
: 1 fonfiriualion in tinl we give the as; correct.ac GalrcstonBay0OOOr3ibinoPasst: ; I ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE Of MAILS. w ,
( ( following
lliUcJncsl OPImSI.I : 820,000 Warrior and Tombigbee river J offer homestead with, if desired,two,three orfour ,
I tion; nith wII,id( )li the 1I''ue from! authetitiu of the Gainesville, Fla.wnsvlsited on last L ; of Und the S AKKtVE- CkOSR. JACKSONVILLE
Caucus Hill t'UUlt. sources acre* adjoisung ; whole DOW se|with the Northern and .
: 25000. Western daily. FLORID4.
9.00: A. M. P. '
M.
fires. 3:00
Friday night by two T. F.
,. .::7 is met by I ,Secretary \\Yar4Undirected to
rut King and Judge J, II. Goss both bid : pecuniary Inability and all ,points west, will 'I and refurn.bcd..iiI hereafter be
',, the Dt'tnoriatic pn: ))rr&. On Fi.iday et'ening Febrnir yfith,f rommittee their dwellings burnt to tho ground.' have the work done: J'.cqntract to the to.mpoY1 the place is i it'de5 tfts. leave at 7.5: A. M. ____. 7:00. A. M. nrly HOUIC rows .tile\V,.
:,, ;: Forty or fifty of die will
luwestJidder, orange trees Undoubtedly bear Fcrnandina and Florida Rail 1' ) _______ ,
To an utIS.qiiis| I manner nothing wa appointed ,Ibu Republican No one can tell how these bouses were far as possible. in the season. road, ._ per tby.
icah'c coming 'The, whole placeolfcrs the best daily ? 9:00 A. M: 3:00 P.M. J. J. c'mlt'Ok'f. )1.
,
; : In th setms c.l1icU'nnil.o\ | cd 4f punorer Dennis; burnt. ,Some .of",the, people think that i-- II' '; S ch.nclu i .the vicinity of Jacksonville for a first-class Saint Augustine and Pa'atka' orthe Hadden House AtlantIc Ci1 0.,
hi f.J toghcpiopcrpnnocation Dnikce. After colimitation ( daily,( undays excepted).., too 1-9 310jONCRIEF :J.
4:00P.M.
the of A.II.
they with
.r' 11'ln ; were act an incendiary hotel spacious
: tit siu-li heat tif The, ApalacbJcota"ysITbe St; Johns.; grounds,or (or circle of friends Key West,arrives every Monday -
:. ,," MtitiigoniMii wih Governor, in his own while others am 'of the" impression that 'It'has"'been 'supposed; that; who wish( to live:In'vicinity, as the grounds win easily _______ .5.. 9ooA.1I -
on th- p.-iU'of large jxntiiMi of the adlieicnts loom, this piogramnii was agreed Goss' by many i clones 'hursday_._. HOUSE
I 4 : ,,' upon Judge residence was set on fire by admit of sub-divisfoarlnto three or four private residences. every 3 00 P. M. ,
I.! of the ) if I tit the vainest: instance of the Governor u stroke of lightning At the time of I oranges" .would' not mature' in Middle .in wholesome aDd Enterprise Mclonville Sand
drsiralle
I DfiiMcracj', be sup ( Florida I every way locality. Point arrives Tuesday and Cor. Pine and Fortyth
l i Irnisell! : these fires the rain : and consequently! could,, not he' Saturd.ay_____.__ streets,opposite Tinlsti..,,l
down -
j posed that tho cflVctutl tl i was coming in I raised ; : J-S ADAMS 4:30 P. M. 8.00 A. M. S -'- .f'----_
tif make: U
tUl'II'cssim.1 1.Ye, tbepartj t > unite sufficiently tu profitable.Such Fort George Yellow Bluff and
uW ter
; ." : > n torrents! and the wind blowing a perfect I. : rated.by trnshobservations.
forcible
\ ojj.t-ition the is for' STOCKHOLDERS' Mayport arrives
to enlbrcenutit delusion, facts .rum what WEETINa. Tuesday
1 : : ; ::' til upon[ Mime'Candidate! bring our full gale. Judge King lost, I believe, nearly has .ana r rMjy_.......??....... 4:00 r. .. r .
t.t I', law is as (i>n :. ;: ,
-: us is lu tlio 2. Mr.I leQuL: shall be that candidate, Nl'ctV nb the fate. Mrs the last few-years show,to tbe contrary. Stockholders of the Jacksonville; Gas light Co. will beheld ...._____ 9:00.. M 5J : <- .11 .
Dearly same _...
_
I indispensable gn. St. icholas __. "
: :: : nnd There. area great: number 'pffinq ) at ibe Office of the Secretary: the Co. 10:00..11. 10ooA.M:
; eral welfare and tho and 1, rx-ace safe 13- of diately' ,' and' \in* thw Ing .supprllnJ1c. bo thrown out of. the of Jh4: young"grove*, sotneofihtni novr, bearing UK'.xjth day,of March,'1875. *t 1 1,A.M., to OFFICE HOURS. rum,CoravoisiEit: THE WATCH.BOHIL An

J. individual IViImp the difficulty i is ernor: "The other aspirant must join house in order to 'e-their upper lives story : ,. along I ,the Apalachicol.i river" on adopt' .the necessary. :'measures 1-to provide, wavp andmans from.:The(xMt-oflice wi'I' be open daily' (Sundays excepted t '

:"I'j r'ght hen', that-a wndufon of tt'mjKjfarv 'in!, on ReQua or else thy shall! have no They &u idl not. sustain. ;any byberfausband. inJury I both.sides, in,Liberty.and Calhoun counties works;to without change deb the1:present. Rosfa*" "Works'to. Coat Gas The 8 A.office K to will-6130 be p.open M. -.on Sundays from is to 1:30 ,J S -S -' ,'' ., ,.
and as the foil is much rleher'and o'clock .
"
insurrection and I di ,uder is hoped to snowing Ot countenance) from roe "I to their "IJJlt.we to p. "E'A'R'NEY'S':' S J
acp This persons regret btroiigcr ev' ry'.way thihatonlhSt.: : S H. H. bEG; Secretary. U hq general and box deliveries will be at all :
was in the nature of : open ,
an .. ,., .
Judirc. times
.I ,3 t' ." complisb fur the UemocnUyblt( it can .nrlJst Elate thai Goss.iuiettinr himself tjotins : Jacktanvple, FU.. Feb.,4th, 1875. .. during the regular hours except. when the mails Jj 'f ,
HIM Lr .a7Idm
mature .
: .Rcd -
received "
;.f menace or threat.This down from the ; : commence arc being distributed.MONEY .
11ppcrpurii'o fell anti
t" hope to obtain l'II no other and bearing II} FLUID EXTRACT
peaceable was iully agreed .and .this so<>neri; grow 'iargerand beirm ;
upon received borne severe injuries. (hough GREAT SOUtHERN: RAILWAY* COMPANY ORDER OFFICE. I .
)
cgilini.ite fruilliian thu St'"JohnVor(i
niuans. ,on ,
whs
t programme T anywhere
: : in East orSouth Florida. These 9 A. M.to
The fpeci.il Fpitu: that is tsxhihitedagninst mcmbt r.s ol the cucus. : TUB Sac *> ALLOTMEnT; tor' i:] P. M. and from 3 to 4 P, M. U E.
: designating of H1
U
On We clip the following from the South arefacts, anti will be borne out 3,000 Money orders !II
r': tho next daj Iho Unf'rnor. by a the FIWT MoHTCAca Lip Gixr are issued al this office payable in any ,
: n fur lturdly AMD PuxnrMBo of the United
part and
set pnl'itin I CUIIt' without statement of the productions from each Mates hlso orders payab in
: any or his F1ridsJournai: .
: / of the Great Southern Great Britain NwiUerland
I ditional .Railway Company.(consolidated and Germany. :
@jH'nMoa of the writ of habeas tree and intend TJa 'ODIy known
friends called annually, we to publish The remedy torJBRIGHT'S
following the
; the'1lbt1dnllh'idllh'into W. can'thelp feeling extremely comfortable ),for RIDEM TfoII.wilt be held at MrrBorou- are rates commission: .
: i. 4' : ': corpus. would Sl'eJ ti> >quint stronglj;, his room and :b.ggedaind pledged over our genial climate the statement s.,8 ooi{ ns : we can T4 1H.uL, in the ctty of JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA DOMESTIC MONET ORDEaL

"I '. j in lids direction, for there i-I < not one Jot them to TOte lor DUhcc'and if possible, lime we get bold of .Northern weather every collect thai; full facts from both sectionsof on Monday, March it, atclcYe! "o'clock a. m., In accordance On orders not exceeding f 10. .DISEASE

: 4 i' .: ', in its pruxiiiuns that need excite the to elect llb'l.-thu' betraying the interests reports. If some of the poor souls who theuUte. as,'we-'deMrct\ : : tp sec; this; 'with plan.of redemption. Over Jio and not exceeding $ao 5 cents., to cents. ). "S .

*fully made,and.entered statement in print. Theru his been a T.W.ObDoaie, President Over$m and ntt cxieediiuc fy, IS cents. And
3 a positive
: least appn-lension on the pat:t'of: any into for the flection of ReQaa and onBisbee are shivering over roaring: tires could considerable rush foria oh"'the: A palachicida *] J. W, JOHNSON,Treasurer.MJ \ Ovcr 530 and not exceeding <4o, 20 cents. .(II, '. remedy forUT .
j ; only see our pi'onions they stroll around Over$y and no;exceeding Jjj 25 Lents.POUEICX .
,: good dlizeri uho has I fin suited .
r to culturerecentlyby '
sinister
tho
no at W.
or un party continued until Jones orange F. WHCEL :
minus their co.Us.. wo just know lho 1itle secreury.v GRA
: ': MOSEY ORDERS. YEL. STRICTURES
: well '
1 / gentlemen
elected. posted
many
: worthy objects' in \5e\v. The section I was of emigration would *' : ,
: : I no longer go from all sections of.the and 5 AT "THE WEST'END," On ordcis not exceeding$to.25 cents.. DIABETES, DYSPEPSIA *
country
alluded! ,
U'c advise ,
J to. reads as follows: Mr. Stearns and the Sentinel west. Sfl. Fchrcnbacn Propritt"r will be bund Over Jio ami not exceeding $so,SO cents. f 1;
: .., we heard t the other ay.that one gentleman the choicest I tvr and NERVOUS DEBILITY '
J, : : When felonious combinations tare to K t Mcs-sr.. Conover, Purtuan and From Mr. E.R.'1.111 ffOl'l1, who droppedin who has qa this iirerayuung grove liquors in ihc cit>.-Imported Bass Ale,Choice Milwaukee Over $fy Iu and nut not exceeding exceeding 53$40,, 75 ft oo.cents. ,J' DROPSY '

: formed In State to U'nlU atone and'strive, heal last JJouIed! Lager,.Beer,Ale.lcl&st! Ale Over #40 and not exceedin, I
; ,1 : any ovu throw the diligently to ] on us Monday, we learn that tattlers of about two hundred trees some four Ginger ; ;$o ft 23. -

11 : I government thereof, or to iiiteifere un up the wounds in the party. are thronging in a round'Altamontc, years old/ many: ; of which ire bearing,, and wines ot- all Undo 'i&uppernong1ne.a prime JacksonvilleJanuary I.J.1875!. DAMb, Postmaster. N-RETENT1ON., OR INCONTINENCF OF
ankle' (fnvalids
CJT
,. I lawfully ant forcibly with the ltl'UI.U i and that there will soon be no vacant was offered $10,000-for it. which he refund. a 4ie Jr. Liquors for country tRINF-.IRRITA110N.IXFLUI.\110N.
"' j of the and be : Iandin that 's.ction. The have trade aid family use constantly on t nd. u-stf ULCERATION OF THE
t 1- : shal bo numtDUband people S : Drawers and UnJ rshirt'\. very cheap at BUCK"S.Y
t ,. powciful as ti able to *el at uC. A Hard Winter in Florida. organized, a SU id'i school,'" and-lhe We learn from two'of our oldest citizensv BUY YOURSELF, HOME. -

4: ;, fiance and IveILIrlw) the State nut hot ity, wonder of the uninitiated >waxes great ,who have lately visited a In r ire VILLA-SJTK on St.John'f river is o'ered (fUr sale. B ILLIARD SALOON. ADDERAND KIDNEYS

'.' such. combinations- shll; be deemed a reV A correspondent of the Cincinnati us the numerous scholars IHJUT school- noi lion of Liberty county and who went One of the m.*t desirable places in the vicinity of J.Vsonvilk. .

.4 t t lelln Igainsl tho elates$, anil Gaz.willing l from Green Cove Spring ward every Sabbath day. MS far south of this place as fifty or sixty containing II acres-about 8 acres ready fur (The Largest south of Washington.) k'TVUC.J.L itUt.Sr., .

J1'i : it during the continuance of such rebellion :, undlr date of the 5th, thus tells FromG.. W.' Self, who has just returned miles! ,, that, they consider that count) planting.: Far parucuL,.apply at the counting-room B.\Y STREET OPPOSITE POST OFFICE. FERXANDIXA.

t .' ,: may be lawful! for the Pri-Mdent to suspend how the frost tormentor from the Irom the !far,south, we learn that 'well adapted l to the raiding uf cattle, on'lI& Jiiw SOUTH. 4-i5tf . I L- fLA. .

II.f : ) tins pi ilcgcs of I the writ of babel; pole draggled his 1\\s uver.lhe oruigegroves '' quite a seiious dilueulty occurred between hogs, horses, mules and sheep,'>and especially t- j- SAMUEL.T. -
'r corpus within the Slate aflected th in that ,sunshine and FREE LUNCH: ti. RIDDLLL Pnnt' Toi.47MagnificeDt .
t 'rc1 Moses 'Ml Clell"g, n white man- to the culture of the orange and ,_ V
11 : ; is difficult linen clothes: Wilt r has dioppcdhUmasquerading S Elanck the name but *,t blank is the place. Fresh Iii3.r-JIS- ; 'i < -
., I to find, any utJi.l.cIIJ to and Mico, one of the Seminolea near other Iruitrf, south nt or even north'd) PhiLadelphia S : drive ot eighteen miles
and Milwaukee
< CI- abc bat
on
I ': the plain nud unrpi.stakaMe: intent robes .and resumed his the head 'waters ot Tailor creek, in the pal.iga; creek. The county is well Free lunch Lager Beer on Draught. I1W:1'-: Z-CI Atlantic beach.aRcfrcahing.
this from r-
: of n till! I o'clock. 1 he butt of I i 'N I
., own character.; : Ltifct nigbt a, sleet of liquors s 4 sea breezes.
4 which Mien was timbered with the bestof yellow pine 1lc1 2 o
section that severely, though not only, "
need, cause a moment') hail felt kept at Henr) Retreat, Bay street west uf ;itw
un- 1 forest and .sO'O
f OPEN
: en\'cuIing gltdt.nin with some portions being barren and SUMMER AND INTER.
I 1 dangerously cut a pocket knife. ; unpro- Latin. J S "5.
3 rasincFs or 81:1'1 in the mind ot its chilling The needles of __ n-5tf IF45.1 : ] '
'. any emlracl' Tho most st.liousinjury was to the, right active except for cattle ranges a dlimher. c co BOARD:

,., peaceable and icasnnable citizen. the pinus) paluitustiiu diamond-pointed: : hand, the use of which he will, in all That;: they visited many families BUILDERS' AND CONTRACTORS Ifli 5 -t< "-" Q-O' Per day__._.. ____._-'J.oo
I .1' the Spanish; bomts ( yloriosa Will linda c"n.plelc'a.uonmcnt of lumber, dressed I HWI I'' J O Per week...._. _- __
I any nr class of ind'idual : yucca ) I probability, almost entirely lose. At in the county, and tint they never S 1 | 4 CI from Ju to 515 oa
t ',4. mal nU'I. as ate il'.llwthet; the tve.s uf ioleis and and undressed mould in!!;shingles! ,etc..at the Dcputlumber I 1It : Satisfactory arrangements made with families.
"- < or one time quire a di turhanfcs imminent saw a more peaceable looking (people, ii Ia-Fur a a .
; /1;t for as 1 p-irty, l'XJC.t to gain star. : are of crystalizcd tears; as twenty-MX of the Indians. did not hear,ot a .irigleyum of ,sickness the River Yard.receive Orders to be delivered at landings on- jJ riit I.1tl1J? "> = -.5, =. 'CJf .' O. Fine livery accommodations. n-4-tT
anything
the especial attention.
:::: Illcls'Ci ther party bosoms of roses glitter wil diamonds wirmed with rifles and the inc'ltalJle'slutklt during four das travel, :ull\ mute bo4pitable Address Louis I I11tr4>}* 3-ro.-u-- a. 2* y liiIjrfz BOARD

t : :1' out of "Jcli/nious combinations funned I und fudl"ial;ni e set pc.ls.mon ) and headed l by sub-chiefs P.ttkcr i people :ir',. nowhere_ to "be, found., J. EaWH. i '"J wat PRIVATE

4 ":, t ouilhroiv the. go>'ernment or to interfere .ma orange :Iac.jiru ul ji. discount and Tom Tiger, visited the camp ot'the 'rbl'}' say they have no ue for, laws, NOTICE. iJiiriy1' -" >4-? >- g.

h and hot punch comfort to the whites, where an informal; council was lawyers or locks. That from personal BUCKY will pledge to sell Cluthirg Gentlemen's Uiderwear. 1 I -,' .m ue z= tJ- .. AT HIGHLAND PARK.
with
z ,:A nnlawlully foitibly the louiist. Piazzas are sleet l'\'elcd. :adpJauk held and tho dillieulty adjusted by the observation and from 'valuable information : .Blankets, Overcoats CWkt Talmas Coverlets I li1i"iv i Z u ZQf. .
A few
execution: llf the < .E large with %
> laws in State "'I walks the I 5 < ror m Ii..t-cb.btnnf.FINE
; ". :.i; any a bnare to unjvaiy. payment ot a bonus by McClellan, and they II'arnetlthe following tacts in I ,Trunks, Values, Silk and Fur Hats,and myru! iiL';' f 5-i .
when while c
they shall beeoijie "so numerous I the question of the hour is: Aie making suitable reparation to the Indians regard to the onjngc .culture on* the of other articles too numerous to mention at serf Iviafrictt. ntJ : RIVER VIEW.

.',;.. and poM'erlul as to st t at defiance nd J be; tie orange grovtx killed ? how much who are now perfectly satisfied Apalachicola rh'ciwhich is rapidly increasing it-Mif a.- -5.E. u 0 CJS DAILY M.tlLS .

) ::.! able llU they injured 't 1'ine boughs shield and : wA- a c'-JI :
to ocithrothe of quiet. S S NO RING! LOW PRICES kf' t.
authority the, HONESTY :. Ig -
51
If' '
Irom host .
our young trees which standin rjW- STEAM
t Mr. J. Griffin I IMS tin 'Orhiartlof FERRY.
t -.--- -: I the .
State : : mothS at Rich's
of co&rsc emporiiira. tfFAI1 < K < i-i
lo-jr
they f-l.ould would I stately nmslmder like ,
ant : given tents 290 young and promising trees just beginning 21431"x FOUR TIMES DILVl Ttk DEC"1l
,: f I',1 be likely to object to the grant of power, uH-pct-knights who fear weather-blows. General News. to bear. 'U. HOPE AND CHARITY I:. 'I 1 QC1'J. Tropnetcr.

I'' j by positive! I law, to the general government The pine boughs are staked over the I Havana: February 17.-The Qacetapublishes Daniel Hatchcock Iris a small grove The last but not I Icut is found by buying groceri. -- Address
; 'I i oranges, lemons,'and now full of trees-four from Rich. C. J. ucsnD:
of old
liml.t
; IA) its the following official resume fifty years fan of them 10-21 tf JV/TAMMOTH/
e duty
1 \: in '' IraliCI.disdlar sap and tender shoots,, and bend! under ol military operations in the Cinco Val lore fruit this year; he also has some St.;Nkhutai.n .
t .. 1 (' n Kepublican governjuent"lo iiblettwbich would' have killed them. las district for the younger. BEST BEtF IN THE M4.RKET. JAPANESE SEED CORN. ->53m. Opposite J.&d.50nvllle.

l 4 the citizens ol that Slate innnummary L Within the frost line, even this near the 6 past the fortnight.On Dr. L. I). Carson has S about 25 bearing Weighing the Ibs. will be sold (or ten cent per pound

t4 : way when' necchsary. c'r. tropic, such meteorological; eapiiee> with a February repulse in an attack insurgents on Fort met Ojo tries Ihree'or them produced this the at market.Famous'AL..4>Tennessee, Sausage Meal reef aa talillIICIUlb cents end o And"Conquering bidding ti&uice poverty to tilcving g'Ulot r the. minc earth and Death.. R IVERSIDE_ HOUSE,
f ate legitimate and four per pound:
,
; ; ..
having years 6,000 ? .
t taiuly DO reasonable objection to thehection lost 150 del Agua.Brigadier: year orange Pork 15 cents pt.r pound. CUM &CANEY. The tarlittt.".* ';t'li.team/and matt fralife (Foraeiry torheMer House.)
:Vf : i( : ago orange trees by frost, we General Valleni attacked) Mrs. Koblrs has about 50 trees from _ 1-23 if j'ari,1711.1'ii>m ft'*r PII'tUlf"f mtriia"'I I
by and have .
orderly his JACKSONVILLE
law-abiding profitted by b sad an experience, two to five old. --- 1 i>the .iolk"'y of tttirtet papers published JLOKIIM.FKOM
( and ofinsur who' years ,
dispersed ent
a ,
party : in ditferckt ,, .
:: men. is and PHO'OGRAPHS. Ub.to wi m we snto.1 ample p.ickg -
: our ttees dining the winter. S. L.tikins gathered from 40 .f'OPEN KOXEMkEK TO MAT i8
d :11ll'nt. Iu'uh'c bad burnt d the settlement of l Los ChainIas. trees 85- 0 ''* UM year t.> ist it.
"f ) If by Democracy This is our seventh winter in Florida; The arc reported to iave 000. and from 1C trees on one sixteenth Mr. Stone at WOOD' GALLERY Is astonthing the the J imrtrh HunL>Vire, Texjs.sayc: "\Vehaye The undersigned- J. L Scott, one of.lhe proprietors
i'i t tie as :i md the third time have enemy natives. seen a specimen stalk of this C'xrn which had twenty-six j' of the l Hou. ,
nnd we seen such part of an aero hu gathered 40,000. lIe Nothing ever setn In rloiid. like the fine rjanlt" e.'iijhZare springs Vermont
lost "
arty a:class, it .eems one hundred men in the fight aud litrft e rt 'lu'ly:! matured t>n it.* and W. II. {;o.odndl.lUr Ihorc.i.h connected
t-trongly weather. In years
.; ; to indi ate 1868 snuw fel at I'ensa- pursuit which ensued. has some trees tb.it bear 0,000 each an.l1u,1I.r. Picture 'taken at this Extiblhhment. It is really a S "It lI..rpuo" all an'ldplti..ni. and is just the clerk.&c beg (!ear, to announce I". their ftiends and
4 '' ( :hope on its p-irt to gather cola, and thclssl'll in Gulf were1eeted : article needed in Ibis.>,untry."-fimtt lI atc ''to\'hcs. I those about to. vi-it rtonda. that they have taken the
.'i ". for itM-lf some parti-an over. As far south as Tampa. Tho Spanish column, numbering 3G5 W. if. C. Neil c"urll"IIriel" (!, rrtrythinj mfio lltl.U.and Miss. "I I t superior,, to another varic'y.-711"'If"I. above House and sh,Ul.!. their best to male it a home
I advantage out of men was attacked by 400 insurgents shipped over 100,000 the view of the St.Johns front Cormnj.N Y. "It will be a vaiuaUe acquisition in ta those boarding with them.
t.
; that which is ofjiccessity destructive the oranges were frozen on the trees, commanded by Gonzalez, near Manaca gathered Irom CO trees. II also has 6 as seen the windows the agricultural products of the country "-Ca fftt. The house b pleasantly IIi ualed on the banks of the
.j and) the the well repays a visit. Sulphur Spring. .exas '1 Uis corn un be sown die St. Johns river, five
I and groves everywhere on mainland trees that bear ((5,000 tailu. only minutes walk wrst from the
i ;!. ruinous to all the general and individual The fighting was desperate on both biter part of July and ecu before ff06t.-llIl Railroad -t. anj commanding a fine view and
;,: : iujurt.t. In 1871 ice formed on the sides. The Spanitrds retreated after a W. II. Neal has shipped 57,000 from Call and see specimens. R. L. Worn War-aw.1'oIo. I: u highly recommended by those ibo> down the river and of the surrounding Country. up
711 : intel(ts of the community. pools, lnd impeded the wheels of the 50 trees. HH has in all 350 trees not have tmd It.**-Ohio\'/.,1u'y. "We have noticed Your pairunage U s.Uc-tcd. A ddn s
200 ..
loss of 150 killed wounded and mis- _. _. ._
I this cum hi steamers on the St. Johns. The damajre .n. .c.--- ,
''". -- -- : sing. The loss of tho enemy must have of them will bear next xcason.M. COUNTRY FIRMS PKOMP'1'LY SUPPLIED AU.'It wilt)ied( in VLT climate two Crop* Jacksonville Flondn.

1. I ': .;,', The Governoi's,Action in the Election to the proves was very great and discouraging been equally heavy.The Robertson has 100 trues from three With the bet Groceries in the Market by Wm. Rich. //1'oIOUIt-n. uIy'-; Adrtrtuer iu,.tlastrop.:I exas. "It can be Or L. S. Scott.Hfchcate Sor.nvs, VL '11'4&

\ + : :,. of U. S. Senator. : and the prohts of orange insurgents on the 12ih set fire to to four years old, from which he gathered trcash. 1O.211f "It ij reculiarly grown aJ-ipteJ ld..J"t.rIYwltl.to the short sesons of the

IT' ':j"j"I I culture are heavy, and c'pitIS1 have the Santa Rosa and Pel.IY plantations, several thousanctlast jcar. FINE CHAMPAGNES. North. -Rtv. .>. Lac Keokuk Iowa. "It is just B ENNETT HOUSE,
Those nlin watched, : waited and been tempted to,reinvest, : John Somcrs realized from one tree the thing fur our wanp .nl."*-L'r Johntton,OcJIa,
but Just received
., u.a the flames were extinguished by 30 Imported Champagnes of the .) lor,da
I : ttruggled 6 long in f raIn effort to of young groves have been planted the troops, and the next day a conflagration last year upwards of- $100. lie has afine brands Mumm's, Moet & Chandon. Pommery (sec), *..\..'e have the above testfoony on file in our office PORT ORANGE, FLA.,
whose
i'k' elect some sound fate must be decided to-day. If youg grove coming ('fl.S Rodercr, Delmonico's Piper & and could produce many Dkore tf space would permit.
Republican and was prevented at Yagu-a, wh rocnrJ.I Hcidsicck. Ernest .
strong $ favor them and It ill produce Stow 50 tu 200 busheU of ttutleJcointo By MRS. BENNETT ft MRS. DOBBINS.
.' '. : : man, like Il Qua and BUhcp ilandall clout a grulual.thawoccun. buildings had been fired. The J. P. Jordan and W." 11. Gunn both Illroy &. Co, Kru< & Co., in qiurts pints and half the acre on any 11,11.from H >ri.a to Oregon.Ve
the trees wi lose their leaves torch was also) applied to the Santa have largo and promising young grove pints for sale by the case vr hottlc at pos>ti'ruv'M itititmfnti / ""itfac'i. This new house t* now ready to receive Luesis- It is
i : ()Durkeo to the position of United Slat but not their lre I tho sun shines Maria and Pcdroso ; Alexander Turner has 150 young U-2.1 d BOTTCLIKI'S RESTAV5tT. The important points oi aupriurity claimed for this comfortably furnished throughout.and is capatle 01"accommodating -
l plantations: by the cjrn over other No will be
vanclies.and which are oustained 24 guests pains spared to
,t Senator for the State of }'loricl, and with Jervor, unprotected trees must suc insurgents who left on the approach of: trees. tOAKU. b> the voluntary uitn'cnts' of tirmers.'hilly ho rulscd(ruin I make the table.. .ry to its patrons.The .

l : who are at all posted in thc inside history cumb. Thu sun : benefactor to this Brigadier General Arminam. An engagement Joel A. Adkins has 6 trees from which A few I'RIV.HE' seed got of us UM year are these: schooner S
pev.onscaa be accnmmodjtcd with good board lit. rhis corn will yield from
: State, as its beneficent he realized $90 last : twice to three times as
r j of the various movements and coun- are the cspec,1y balm for invalids. rays Let followed, in which thirty-nine Johnson year. In a quiet Cinuly by applj ray: to the subscriticr,at the; many bushels to the acre on the same soil and with th; ELI ? A BENNETT
C. S. I).
!f: : b'I1lg insurgents were killed. The loss. ol has 150 young trees corner Cedar and Beaver*rce.iaal ., sallieIIturc. Siud.
.tr.monmcl.t that were made during us hope their warmth will nut bi He' last The corn Is heavier in weight has a larger
; '4 to-day the Spaniards is not stated. nring jet. gathered. year if wils MRTS, longer car and thiuucr hu.-k.anti win leave Foster's wharf J.icks nville.for Port Orange
;, ; the long and weary struggle, are in be tempered to suit frost-bitten Flora Colonel Herrera, with thc mobilized from 6'older.tre.is 12,000. family use sweeter and more nutritious nukes corn and valuable meal for once in two weeks.affotding parties.E vat) a4
safe facilities for
tatc oJ and Pomona. J. ,T. Micheaux has about OH. MY for feeding sunk. reaching that place. ComfoMable
70
wond
'r. Many of these men volunteers of Colon and Guamutas: hada young 1 he Cabin Accommodation" For particulars apply alDOBB1NV
3rd. sulks
; .r Jcnmo, beyond the Ubi of doubt Oranges) arc, already: five cents each fight with the insurgents the Pedro- trees and 8 bearing tree s, from which Just received at BcttclinTs Restaurant TC cases of ex.cellc..lmponcd sufficiently strong to grow prjduCe more from vigorous 3 to and well healthy.developed, and GUN SHOP
'
30
its a French brandy, of Corner Bay and Hogan Jacksonville, Fla.
; and the price rising. Jie gathered b.OOO fcist'year. part the viuutage1797.aed50. eais.4th. streew.
that the so plltnt.ltion'He -retl'e\tlcI,' losing X9 l>ue awice of the time of arrival and departure
.. I fi hearty co-oju ration of the The above elegant extract must seven killed. The encm.'1J loss is un- Joseph Shepard has: 200 young trees .,. This is htgb)1cc.gnnucndcd! bi i invalids. feeding. The stalks bear more (ollage and U better'r the schooner will be given 1 in the paper. 1-33 3m

.; ; .c1lg Goxernor earnestly and sincerely .. w' known. that produced'last; J'cl\r.W\0U9. 12-33 tf jth That it will grow and ruduce a profitable crop

:1 4j gii'cn, any one of'those mentioned think, hive either:been written, by sOle Captain General Concha is still directing ,Mrs. Buckles has 100 young trees that S ONLY CALL. on gruiuid H here oilier corn w ill not grow to maturity. PORTSMEN

; ; : could have Lltl elected, and they one suffering under a (congestive chill, tho campaign in the Cinco Villits. produced> Ilst'Car 60.000. as others have done,and be convinced that Cheaper frokt.7th.6th.. It ripens earlier and is not I luble to be caught. by 'I' S
are '
I : somewhat, amused I or tit! influenza, or some sudden attack The Captain General has ordered more Smith & Alderman Imvif 10 acres or Bargains caD be obtained' ',-and with greater satis tIon. To be cut &rccn and used for(vcdtng/it !is fifty ANDTOURISTS
r' but still mote astounded 500() jouhjj'trees that will bear this Polite and attentive salesmen to'wait per cent better than any other variety of con.
uPon i
year
f vigorous enforcement of tho every once Our Corn has
i, ol the poetic fervor which set his censorship.A all been selected with the care.
I / '! ; at the course taken by the Sen- eyes staff oflicer under the isiorr \Idermtu has one and a half acres of great and smalt,at THE CHEAT SOUTH RBH BAZAAR. the'small end of every ear broken off,greatest the balance wilt find good board and othe, aFco1pmodal31t
'in a frenzy rolling"and induced the I superv S ..,. ifSTUPENtHiUS shelled by hand. [reasonable prkci, at
t Ii" .' 4 ; tJ foe of the General. in charge of Jhu C nslJr'tI bearing trees 'from which he sold last

., J' That :serious, struggle was made poetic habit, of drawing upon fancy for office, is to carefully''examine'all i : % news, year 150,000.. S .SACRIFICES: WE WARRANT EVERY'GRAIN TO CROW. JAMES \. FORD'S,
: the nnt Mrs./Freemin: has.26trees that Daily hourly and _entarily.disposcd of at the S The Increased ytdd'yper acre over the old varieties
battle lost and the and dispatches; or articles that produced -
tbe meter Will
woefully by Republi fat omitting rhyme newspaper Ii-i4tf' pay for the aced a> times over besides
( ; every ROSEWOOD PALMETTO STATION.A. .
1 s in the last ycar30,000whieh, .was considered .CKEVT SOUTHEKM, BAZAAK. Cinnm thai.pUnti this ,will tuva .
their which sometimes excuse It- any way .m'ar'oji ) .aud any r year a.arga. demand
own J r
onS lruu'gi all for seed -
at good
prices .
dh'i8onst
a'rticlep R halferup.. C
CedarKeys.
&W.1.T.CdsR.R.to
such nulcs (
publishing dispatch r rout
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ar \ but all are'as clearly! con i I i true that wlnter'of; 186 person or S. Tate has 40 trees' :which* 3 HE.PARENTS' This Corn wa produced by some procured.by our > .
produced
( without submitting it to censor .!: ; Of all wc Consular Agent and said
vinced regulated families purehaehicirgrocerka of to have,I its origin in Japan. This is a fine place lor Sportsmen it being s luaudon
I that thcieisiioihing to be gained it very se\'crt one, even in'FJorlda, ship will be punished to the lull extent last.year75,0002: I : 1.. ': Rich,, Folk's Block, Bay street.. t .ai tf TERMS, the borders of the celebrated
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4i for the the and of the law.. There are many ot'ber ,groves not *; l S' S '
pa ity or State by continuance many trees (were: _. '
: .Jrnl"I" Injure S S By mail. post'paU. Ji :
: EADS'PLANVash1ngton ." mentioned. I BUY.BOOTS WITH 03 per pound put up in neat ,GULF HAMMOCKAbounding
ofpersnnal bickerings within the but of oranges receivedno packages: 15 packages forfio: 50 packages for '20;
On the ) K.
A.
I ridge road traveling'down PUCIVAL"stamp them.' 100 package for .
Jhe They .
are $sn Elegant Chromos. inches
party. 0 b l'k'e'cn., thereby, but;.liasbtcadilv The bill "which, D. C.,the- February House 18.- pal:'bie liN'j\ ;. tliec-art numerous rior U.ill otters. .1l]supe.d less together with' ,a sulk"jAfAKess t COKN 12x14" having: no, overrun by'hunter In all*,.kinds of game and has not been
,: passed to-day than ,
ii \ Steams had' Increased in a geojnetrie spring;h heads.branches Those looking "
progression. er ks.emptJ' r
I i aspirations which were authorizes James 13. Kads, of St. I I.ouii,, 1 TO RENT., TWBNTY, FULL CROWN EARS OF CORN
t I crut-llj nipped] in the bud by the In 1871, scare any ,but .oranges that and his associates' to 'construct such ing-troni thtrwrst into Apaladm.-oht Pleasant,.furnished rootas co be rented near the ON IT, SUGAR ORANGE OR VEGETABLE LANDS

of! the,struggle, he be result were tram-planted too in jetties other.auxiliary works nato, river aud on tire Cast into "lliij'Tolygief $1;James. Hot."l AcUrcss. ,Lockbox,7. P. O. ll a8 of them
must cU la PIt season, affording abundant springs tit excellent wm-j measuring ten.nd twelve inches In length Will find It to their interest to take a look before locaU.
that liy judgtnt-iit of 1loUI were hurt and although we have lived create and maintain: a wjde and, deep water. ; ; GREAT will be sent free charge when 15 or more packages of log cL'lCWhere.a. the Gulf Hammock Land are undoubtedly
:
thC majority n* channel l between the Southwest Well wattr.uhrr",ued' Is also EXCITEMENT corn are ordeied at one time. the RICH EhT IN LOR1"A.
Pass
large a Ibac.f blaoio justly fall* here some eight years' this It, tho first ot excellent. Tho hand of Ilffonrnlpote at Over tho political canvass, but'greater over Rich's '.Some of our Agents to whom we have sent sample Mail and fcxpres Uain pasting each way daily
upon the Mississippi river'and: the Gulf of rV arc today making IFTY DOLLAR the .
over houe.Rosewood
of J' A stops at
him tu upon K -' lime wo have ever heard of the wheels seems to have 'Jrpltd.tbo two sweet splendid assortment. groceries. lo-aitf. ," DAY,showing
stalks
any otcr .
< pufi1ica nt or Mexico. They are to receive eight mil and taking orders for the corn Levy Co., Fla..Dec 14. 1874.i
t __ \ all ( ,to of steamers on the Johns 'im lbtflS'f dollars for such: watercreeks for some bcnecent purpose S .- rru 501.0 ?iGENTS.WANTEJ.l. >o .Seed sent .out i- tf w&sw
,. N' '! atttr. put fthtT. Under these t being : constructing to NITURE. C. '). D. 1 BHMH CASH.'

circumstances there wx-tnsto be but ICC. And J we Wry'mocli doubt works and .obtaining A depth ,f.JhirIJ'rt'et bringr'thm1into"xie'f6d"factory or Just'receiving'from the'schooner' McDonald, Registered letter are at our rink., Our term are all 'HOUSE
one 1l'dft.hyl milling over the
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purposes Enterprisecapital same to Granger.Odd. rtllows and common' AyTELLONVILLE/
in the channel and Tea. _
one Thousand
course by whi and fifty thousand; dollars a year during rlcry-and,style M will suit the demands of J1. E GJSTAYUS&CO.'f.iaerzi' .
the sincerity of his republicanism John more th.in ten feet (rum shore;or twenty years, while such depth is'main-, what the Grantor has placed for the usuornau..1pa1ac4jcoja2'nzes. Northern,price!, with freight lidded, Call and w tn at.: Jraveti. i.'74t /..."

V ,;w and the Ktrrngtu: of his ptiotsm. and more thAn (in'eighth of an inch in thick tained. loe,at the od| nuod,south.side of Bay',street between j"HoUTOlf.' ltELLO VILLE.ORANGE COUNTY.( FLA.
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that i t n cultivate ," 3- 1.- Pine'and Laura I II 'a-a.21Q WisWngum Va.Bo .
f i: harmony ny and. concen n,1 ; Madrid Feb. 20.-Tbo P lUica. asserts Mitels Jacksonville, County.

tr.tiun tr all the elements that the Indemnity :be1' paid ILy Spain Methodist Missions. I jjotf C. O. IOVIMCITON.IT ., '
,j- of the or ,strength The fclee't of which such an exqUitcly, I to I 'tIm relatives ofjhe American victims At yestt-rday'g session of the Jfission- ,, ; ts and Shoes neat and.durable,at BUCICS.QRSALE SOSy. I I. KITE.Proprietor.
and WILL
.then MAKE
YOU
party aecuiing the ''J I beaotllul; l and sensational. description i* I by the Virginius affair: l, been; 'fixed. i ary Committee the M thodisl Church Just received at bctlelinl's" LAUGH. t :;

prompt and hcatty support] of thu \vh&rg given( ,,was'only Ji isideat! Jacksonville at $81,000, and that tbe convention will held in the Mission Rooms ''rner of !imported.old Topaz Sherries:Restaurant j cases Imported, 10 cue Hun.fine 'F : H F. .COLCORD,

: i )'8rr to lead them on to : Jurl ''ictr ihIrty miles north of Green Cure Spring be feigned immediately upon Mr. Cush- Broadway and Eleventh street' ; the fbliowlrig garian Tokay;')case*Swik Vera: S cases Swiss I''A half Interest in one of the : _

>* 11II 1 J87G.f nn, hour or so after! \' or at t Fer- (ag presenting his credentials' the Domestlc'Millsion: appropriatfond* fir 1"--< AmeriCan I Absinth I 10 case Sauterne. Constantly en hand the ductlvc. most fljurUh'nj auci p 'Successor to,II ide aad Skin business of
c, .Jrh new' Government carried oil" 'through delicious .
Thu bcuppcroong Wiitc rioted ORANGE GROVES
f Congressional! ili-JegaUon uandin al Chattahoochce H
r H; : by Gul. Mama.;
j,rvsenttIveuofthewiltanit purposes of Cyv ?pring.. ARCTia WEATHKR NEW 'nulrs IIRE. Alabama, f9OOO. ArkitnsitsT00c; ,; IMJ tf' In East Florida. For particulars apply at this office / Comer Bay and.Ocean streets.j .

4 .K the jJarty as Ttitich".as 1 I? 1 0 Neither the Manchester Fb.. 19.-The ground Baltimore, $.5.000;, Cttih.ruI*,; '1,000: : -- I S. ,1-232 m j .
.f flower
& ACt.tcb'r *;4be,J'oung :shoots In this city'and vicinity 1fru.ztt't.o'. : Ccntral' IlIillf .
S
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ard have u 16M! ClhitrAt"N "MSONU : | Highest cash for Skins. Furs.
tji'ey of' price*paid .Hides
.! troops "vi uf' the roses, or the tender budding shoots depth of five to eight.feet. ,Hundreds! of York.'$8,000;; 'Central\ 1 Ohio,' 81,200; A. j.;,WAKEFIELD}< / 1%!. D.; Wax otc "- 7-iS.wiy.

ucer quietly'allow l r., Sten.-.SC'toe" ..of.the i rnge ver'hurt bmbe' )ratt,atelth'cr1oYil'iee"'places tenements and stores are\rlthqntvrateffrthe C'entral I'ennsylvan3a$1.100; Cincinnati > SqLO, .9N,LODGE,.NO, 20.; ,S ',. H-iS\ REMOVE- S--- } ,, -
I":"- cover h\\* own track f City'Witter W Tks' pipes being' frozv 1.200 P.' JOHNSON,IIOMCEOPATHIST
I limy by ;il'Coiorztdo650Q .De RfuUrnwetliip third/Wedijesdan/ :D
and ; a fim.jad :
Mr Swart la
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: en solid in many places. Tho fire department -I ware,'$1.500) Des Moines $1,000 each tD nth. corner of Adams-sad Laura:street to the L ,
Jlrt ibo ) De
delialjofl ; .
upon w wLo i in ; Brick House the Ocean Street -
was Orange county nt the time is CEO..W. opposite Presbyterian Has removed ha office to. Mndiell a new buikDnft
,' coDsiaotly engaged ni trolL, $2,250;r East Maine, $2,125; East CHAS. C. ELUOTT JONES W. U. Church. I north side of Bay street,between ficwnan and Market
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From Lake Worth.- 1 : i1- : -, ;: o. .
CITY NEWS. tther day, exclaimed: "The sight 'ofhls -1 schooner Eliza Bennett,.now ; MFrEORblJOGlCYL'RECORD.Observation .
We have had 'taken tt y A. at r. N.'sad ,. BANK :
a pleasant 'kail fronf lying aiFostr'. wharf will! sail lorFortOaog4od4. fcs t p. ;
u- -*-" .
MORING.1e,5. Mr. M. C. Dwight who hujust chariningcpoTamply-. repays nSeTor. t \ t. h'J. ,,in.iecllJ.' .a ;#
jtjjZDV return visit toTlwridi) if ; r' = ., .. ... .
:- ---f't my Ten Isswtqth- 4. ; ,. :*

:._ tYebruarT t-d from Lake Worth, where he has 'Ing elserduripg ciy stay.! ,And be, was --'Ibe latest thing i oarra, fellow who Peb. f j rWta&; = .q E i' .% 'ANDREAL: ESTATE EXCHANGE. ,. ;.. _

bought land and intends locating lie ; r r ...:. < 4 .. .L .. 11'
-" right/for k'Uner 'spot1 in the''way of a managed to break & He ''is still onlis I vsm.f Ei J ".' 1. > .1 ,- l r : t," .tlac.ponMJ JIIJ IIIUI. tl.1 ..c :
-- Directory. Epeaks in high terms of the county I 'r II : ,8 !. ; !. .
Religious garden, the eye never Jet rested,upon travels believing a change of.scenery 4 it i i ". "C f' JI': I I kJ 0-_ I '! f
and
informs that .
,.. th&. bead"-c .ai puUiA evrry Saturday as quite a settlement Mr. John B.: Togni, the proprietor,:may conducive to bealtq.As T-.aJ' pol 6 j ; Ca1 .. OFFICE IN LOVEXliJGE-S BUILDING.OCEAN.STREET.} }
te 80 ca of Sabbath *****aa mar be is springing up around ihe I lake. He WL .. o.i6 6) I j SE Fresh .o.oa dear .&. Isa.. ,
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TOA well be proud of it. a. 5"Brisk ..
a
."* JD.AI9 55 FairS
'ridar &afternoon.) will return next week,taking his familyand ; the days get longer, the weathers 'I 'JD.c4 Gentle .. Fair .-lMeratat the rate of even and three-tenth per CeM.(or two cent pet'cIay. ,-) ?**p.14.
fe-1iO..torpr bteri.n Church-Rer. W. H. Some few 61 oncitlzenstake great ;leciledly biore.grWble; (Tbehermomeler ." 6i1' S Fresh cso Fair -.IIr shall hats naaIMt1 dirt. _ormore Ia. 1Iaak,lit M.-.
1" *1I ioocs at II A M. aIM P. M. materials to build a house, deaf of pride In this fort of and a 890ft 10 51 SW Ija1 .._ Fair Mtheprm poJof&cSeptsltor. f ... ;
t'afoIDI.'J'r 1.1umb-lcy J. B. thing/ indi ate a good 'tfme 'for .1 r9 )1'.. 67 56 NW Fresh .o6 Fair
O".D .ueetHxa at II A. M. "n4 14 P. .. -p many, we regret to say, care but little FrL. a6 )IU) sa u NW Gentle eseo Fair 1 Loans,_AB money*received deposit shall be'Invested In Om mortgage on ten!and personal property tt
Gct. P' 'j burcb-Prcacbi" at U m and 7 St. Luke's Hospital.If ovalids. a yi7 64 J6 NE Brisk ... UcazJACKSONVILLE ,this Stale stat leant duvble the value,or in other ample collateral tccnruK
M
Triad' Icy J. F. ..peacs.P. for anything that savors of ornatnenta ,
I. tbt, h..tor. nt Epa.cupU, lJuvaistreet head there is any one institution In which tion. -The elite of our city patronised the I ,. led.,toe temperature. 'and elevation. I. RIALESTATE"This corporation will act ns trustee tor die ptnthae and sale of real estate or the react* "
J .M' Tt WcIkT. kC\"tul', Sunday services ii They are eager enough to. buy U4-sgcU dutaos aad.nJ generally ; .
.Ula d. It. '. at s A. M. Fnd.ar. a portion the community'should Moncrief park races. Carriages filled
N cUil) every sell and but when RETAIL MARKET.
gain '
get they are
an '
.. crvI\'C Sunday at S P M. JAMES H:PAINE SAM'L SPEARING: JONATHAN C. CREEUtY..Preudenc "
p... t;;/n Nh..1 Iun.at S P. M. M..IOI. SchooU inin take a commendable pride, it is that of called upon to spend a portion bf their with lovely' women lined the fence" H all Corrected Weekly by J. B.Ron a.Grocer.Bay sarast.powLaGANL .. Treaoni .,

r l ; .i.. Jacboavillc.II A Servk1c"Y St. Luke's Hospital, named after thegreatevangehist leisure hours in along. the.judge's. stand.A .. '
1IrcJIII.'% und.ly at,5.' M. : the cultivation of plants '. **-.*.* ;. ;.. ,.. .

faltJadM. :hod ot t'pi..opal 5'u.cu, I(:Fouth J. U.) N.Fiupatnek.d E.corner. and controlled by pion, trees and flowers, they fail to"lee any runaway norse on Wednesday attracted Ckck.a.psrpatt...... 71al. .
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Ockas .
and II kailgrowa per sir8 ft*
,luYa1 God-fearing women, representing every advantage'derived from it themselves, general attention. He ran over irr-.each (few. I In the market).... |i .} H t .' STASE COTNTT AND CITY SCRIP SOLD AT CURRENT BATES..:
and Hogan streeti.
; IcIhd; flptit. comer of Church, religious denomination known in the son Mr. Harvey,Granger and It was .. .11. :' 0',8. 'S'"IiiJdTmCJS. .,' :
"hldcn. 'a,1tor. ica every S.Ddar our or their neighbors. It is bf single drops : ..&* oa W j ; ,t:
JlC"r. .d.. evening at 5. midst. But short time indeed be wu not killed. rh ,, : -_-- ..:
wufl" to fl.ptist: 'hurch.Duval street be- a ago a fair was of water that the'bciead liT formed, ,loud a miracle Partridges r ? to 9 isran. :. -ta.

Set lilt MdI1 unary, .Rcv- Mac Bro..l'.Pastor. held Polk's Hall in aid ., rl ;
at of this Macon
W Il..au" tburch and.liO'I\an stI'CCU.Cath..uc. truly by the combined. action of our resident -James Ralston, ..,.of ,and Mullet,per string 9 .
ss .
W COf'IIct'
)UfU.. F..rl).M.a5llat ; HShM.s.t.K; charitable institution, in which a beautiful citizens alone, can our city be made to one of the wealthiest young men.in the Sfteephcad..per.nlllit.S: ,, : : REAIESTATE > ;
Fall Bass, rsra. sf (af :
"COop r' t'dvcnl.. I\rool.lyn' ,near S. Fairbank' rcai.Sc"4 l. emulation was shown by these ladies asume that beauty and attractiveness so South was an 'attendant at the races. Sbadeac _; _'_._.---- i> 4f, ,tat ,.
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ent. I. w t'N"..JI V.)cornc l'P.stUf.rf Pine and Union streeta.Re' each endeavoring to do her best for pleasing to the eye of those'who.Jojourn'tempora Alderman Casey, the President, CATS.Bacon. po.iALssTTss ,:
: Frt ItapiDS.! the of the .c. per Ib ,, 9 ij .t 1t-
( S.mm( '. 1'.1111.Waah'n&OD street, Rev J. R. success enterprise. The )y among as.. .Aye all! want the City Council of Alba 'IN.,; Y.,.is Beef. Fulton market per 15aIlmo..cP2ccpcrlb __ Q i j ..- ..''

$Afn.an Tastor.Met tJjIt _, ____ _____ Catholic ladies were side by side with property to rise in _value, and':certainly: now,a temporaryvIsitor, among o.." lie )'ortpuIb. ._._-%. 6 a* ,if j FLORIDA, SAVINGS BANK AND REAL ESTATE EXCHANGB., .

=. those who represented the.Mosaic faith. no'better plan could devised.than to: Is accompanied by his lady and charm Haa.;boulders per.Ibiii'Ib _, 0 .
MarriedOnTlmrstlay.Feb.25th The communicants of the Presbyterian make man's look White Bacon per. Da'J- > ij Tk.iiA3e -, J.ofthe"ttai raidcBcsi to the Sate with *o acres of land.. tit*ikB im4iW _
every premise as lag i daughter.. per _\Jc from port-ofic BcaMiftil river front,bt..large fnpe vinryinl.loo orup trees.h.>A..>
by Rev. C. church, the Baptist and the Methodist charming as possible. By a little extra PLoys ban.".-.H WM ku 19 roooM fiobhcd throughout ia the best aJIDCI'. Double piajxaa. .Will U.aia a(bus
Richard. Brown toM -Pulk'. Hall was well filled at the White per bbl -5, 0'. daaa sos-bait ens..s easy Urau, to staff an estate
co-workers with those the
Mr. of .
B. Simmons. were Episcopalian exertion much could .be accomplished, E.ziraksd.p.tbbi---- a ..
A. Certain, all of this city. faith the of second rendition o'CaDlme".Wedne. Superfine, per bhl_, _.y f| ICon .to nwepv*J y/m acrus mw na>nM.es emsoew tIIXIhcuI 01.city.Mar the Mo.arldSptiag.Mfl. WcB 1-osisu
Louisa ; representatives: even in a slnglcyear, to make our city day night. The prices have been raised Mc l.persaHt_.._-_-_--- ] .-. be bnildint lots or market garden Price>.,.Jo per acre.
-e- -- Christian love coming'from Boston, famed all over the Union I fur its attractiveness Ho.iay.pcrs-r5, ,. -_ j on CIt j ,
from seventy-five cents to one dollar.Hon. ravrr.Apples. < Sovoral bowse and lot*.well located in the dry of Jacksonville. ,
Launch.C Milwaukee and New York bad but
oneohJ.ect ..as well as for the beautiful:
.Fr nci$ L Whe&lon .still so- perUl.. -.. j )o 4 Land admirably adapted far orancc culture for sale in parcel and oa terms to salt the beyer.In the growing
will be that '
pt Brock's new steamer in.view f* of relieving sufferIng climate we are permitted to enjoy. Limes per*) __'_- ;-- 0 i) settlement"Spring, Garden.** in VeJusIa county adjoining the St.Johns nra,. Several Urge Orange Grew,,

launched this afternoon at 2 o'clock [ humanity, and their joint labors of ourns at 'Tallahassee; looking' out for 1Iaaaaas.Lcoa..pcrdn.rh_.""_. soW Sv> ,. already weS aaabIWaetL.

predict a large audii-nce to witness love were signally blessed, not only i ia in Moncrief Spring Course. the interests of his clients. AAIII. Several pieces of land on "Frohland Pc_ ."between Lake George aad Dunn's Lake -dessnbly kcn *d.Ut .

We craft of view but the celebrated is Coi n.pcrbachclOats.pirbuibcl .... ._ t I* (* t so Orange Crovq and Residences-for sale on reasonable terms.
to Tho Talleyrand
the transfer of this handsome pecuniary point by approbation SECOND DAY'S RACES. place WI.
Iota.welt Ualed,one mOc from the city at $ oso |ioo each payable hi.dijI.S&-'
soc-acre building
he native clement. of ilraven and the best wishes The first race for a prize of $100. f 25 still in market, and any capitalist who pov1sw**. .30 |.. ",'.

p of he entire around wishes Invct has Salt per sack. .. I 9 t.aria
-- community them.St. ('or tbe.scond horse for three to a capital showing.A n S
olds.
Personal.C. year Buncr.per IIa.-- _- jj <*. 4} Abo* ,*f farm and tracts of land well located along the St.John river and In other pan of lit*'

Luke'd Hospital is by no means an one mile dash. .closed ,'itb. the. following -: new building is going' up at'the -1acoc.Lard per per tb Ut.__.__-_ '16'fit, as_ plf '!

B. Dibble, of Rosewood, arrivedin institution got up lor the express benefit entries: : corner of Fine and. Beaver streets, to Eggs(scarce!)per d. i -. j' 0 '

town yesterday'aud i stopping the of our citizens. Far from it; it is for A., .Hall, entered ch. f. Ino; color replace the grocery store of Yinzant and -.-,Sweet Irish. per bushel- __, .__. (fit* a .joOnions. THE SINGER MANUFACTURING COMPANY'S CELEBRATED

Wamly.Mr. the relief; of all the suffering and destitute blue'.1jI "blue. Latituer, burned down a short time .per binh ...... .. 9 *t

M. JIcFarlan, Collector of the among us, no matter whete they Barton & Medinger entered bv. colt sinc.'t". Peaches perTh asiaD"VIT._.-- i j 3} SILK

Port(f Halifax Nova Scotia, and his come from, or what may be their nationality Charley Cheatham, colors lilac. The Mayor has vetoed the ordinance (Blackberries t .per per Ib-Ib_ ___ j tj* .OW 31 tj TWIST. .!

wife Ire sojourning at the Waverly or religious views. Actual suffering L. Hitchcock entered b. c. Bay Line for electing the officers of the Apples per Ib____.; is*' .
This company now having in Sail opersz. at Newark New Jeney,the largest SILK 'Woau Ie.\
Hunt is the only I passport by which colors black, blue nd'l.twrry. Fire Department and hiS veto has been ... rMj propose to mrnish superior. article. of Silk Twist .
1- Wood.pine per cord_._.__ j 71 A 4 eo .
patients gain admission, and once re- B. F. Lyon entered ch.::51.! m. Monti- sustained by the Common Council. Wood sawed,per ccw4It s M AT: GREATLY REDUCED ,, i
Valuable Farm Seeds Given Away. Northernpercwt'.. .,.,...,.. t n* I 7J PRICES. .
ceived they are assured of careful nursing cello colors Inncy. -Mrs. Emily A. Taylor, will read at Coal per*"".--- -, ,, _'. -. iSvnp. 8's :, .' <\'.-?,t.
S. P. Boy: rj: of Parkvfcburg, Cheater the best of medical attention and a This finely contested race was won by Metropolitan Hall, Tuesday evening. Florida per gal--- .. jt 0 5. Fur the convenience of the public this celebrated Twist i is 't'. "
Honey.strained per git 90 & 4 on
county, IV, tine of the largest dealers pleasant comfortable home, where they Bay.Line. Time 2:10. Charley Cheat- March 2d, at the earnest solicitation.of 1 Tallow per Ib ._. ,. is PUT UP ON SPOOLS OF DIFFERENT SIZES ". .},.: 1 _

in billed' stock and'farm seeds in the will be as well taken care of as though bam second t
in and Monticvllo of citizens. .
coining leading
some our The finest qnaliy being thereby offered on ipoodln quantities
Uuiifd Statf, offers to send free, sample they were able to pay for everythingthey I third. The horses curried one hundred NEW ADVERTISEMENTS?" '
Professor J. H. Ochus gives a concert : ., ;:
packages til Cluster County] Mammoth received. But all this costs money and ten pounds .ic'b.* and' the* race w'as FROM FIFTY YARDS UPWARDS. _

Corn imported Belgium Oats, &c., to nothing of the grounds and I this evening'at the Clarendon Hotel Th above unequaled twist 1 is manufactured esperially' for the use of all kind of*ewmff martin and .

all farmers; who xvis.li to trfi them, and -to"y buildings, there are serious regarded as very spirited by competent at Green Cove Spring assisted by emi RE1N6 .- "- aW:C.iflereat machines throuth the untry are using this twist in large qnantilie._and as 1.of to

expenses judge nent musical talent, engaged for lhaoccasion. Mrs. K. A.Tayler.of AlUny.New York will gi i. I SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS .- :' .;
will i-nclos-e two larups to pay postage. that must be met promptly, if the institution The second race 'for a purse of $200 Readinr at Metropolitan UaB.'eei Tmsday evening. I' .
L! March sU. afl.fndl.tbetrdesildiCUabOuttOpiICbaSeWmdOWefl'.UThd'POOPP& E.c.'J. i
is to be enabled to carry out it* foO to the second horse and 925 to the has nOGaAJI. ,. ...
into the
Judge Burgess "
Lumber and Timber. gone
Fine for future usefulness. Medicalmen third for Pan Tint-Musk.Mand .
plans weight age, contained the following ?
trade. He business and
oyte means ; MelluJ..C.WhSttier.H .
there has beenan "
For this past few days and nurses cannot be expected to entries:; face Lrt'in... JeIa5ticw.TbcI&ssHcit ..<;:
beams SINGER
his genial expressive i i -i THE
every ; :
tine ( lumber and .-T.Hod.Babie .
junlily
cnuMinlly their services Medi. Barton & b. 'A- '
give gratuitously. Medinger .entered m 'u.
,. morning at daylight at the Magnolia ffrfl -_ --.--- T.*. Aldnch. .
tiiuttt-r unlnadins ut the Railroad wharf, cines, and the countless delicacies so Mattie 0., color lilac. : The Bugle Song _- _-. -T- .rO

frmu the KUaville: Mills ot Drew & the sick fuel and A. M. Burton entered Mader.The Roman Guides__ Mark. Twain. ':- .: _'1.- 1
to b. W. .
grateful ; lights are g. Captain new house of Mr. Deputy Collector :- Creeds of the BdIG. Bitngay ,".' .. "
Burki. Strangers .houM pay this wharfa all expensive, and in what manner ran Jack colors blue and blue white.stripe.J. People .0l T 11r --- I I> ,:,7
located the .
Blew, next to Magnolia Second Pan-MIBIe. r
a \ and examine the lumber (-arefally. they best. be procured. We hope we B. Wingate entered blk. h. Skipp,. Market is fast approaching completion. The JIdI. 00Y request_- Edgar AP.t. ; ; .
cannot more easily obtain bda llc', ClaM" C Ma*k&T. .
.
They -
may be excused if we venture to offer colors fancy.: Patrick O'Rourkc and tbc FntC"__-."G.. W ftuapJ.Doa&h $:

au oppitrtuuity tu the product of I _.. __ Di.
inspect a suggestion.Let L. A. Hitchcock entered br. f. Lntchia of Poor Jo ---- -
-The Fridenberg building on Bay The Calamity rhat befell Winkle Dickens. -I : .
our pint1 foret-ts. there be placed in the office of II.. color black and blue, cherry cap. street has been withdrawn'from themarket. The Hypocbomdrisc.--: _.Vakntine.Betsey t-r, \- '-
__ W. Cartwn. $
and I are ', -,
every hotel, boarding house, and iestau- This race for mile heats, best two in .
The ot the Reserved
fcr
seats
No Sold. han! e Fridenberg Tickets general admission joe. -N
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runt, so conspicuously that no one ran three. wa won by Mat tie O., Lutchi\U. vrtll.be disposed of on the 1st yjc..obtained at C. I.' Mather It.Co, where- n diagram .- :'
property of the be scea-
The Tnlleyrand place advertised by fall to notice it, a printed circular coming in second, and Captain Jack proximo by M. A. Dzialynskl, auctioneer Doors open H..n1 at 7 0 clock Readings at o'clock. iL ,
Mr. Lincoln was not Mild at auction nspiu ----
enclosed and third. The time in.both heats .
in a neat frame headed was 1 :54. 1
|" 'sd, and is imw offered private t 'T'O CONTRACTORS AND DUIIDI : n Y-n.
This last <
'ST. LCKE'8110sPITAL.contaicingal o was beautifully exciting Mrs. M. G. .Mayer, of Boston, has ERS. '_ a'y "F r.' '
sale. Mr. Lincoln offers very favuntble brief ketch of the list. in its character the horses -s } : ,1,t.mQ't
a organization a behiavingsplendidly a class in Mitchell's block andas Having completed an eatcinive new aiD in coanec. -
term, and will mate it well worth the opened lion with my farmer oee. I am prepared to furnish all ; "' :'1
of officers for the current year, with I and exciting universal admi an elocutionist will teach our gtOdpeople kinds of nobbing material such as Brackets,Banisters.PUita .
viiilenf capitalists peeking investment. Columns. Mouldings;Scroll Saw Work. Lath.
their residences a statement of the aim ration. '
,
how to read anything from \V bster' Flooring Planed.Tongued and Grooved and Beaded if AGAIN TKIUMPHANT.t :
or persons desiring an unusually attract- and objects in view, and an urgent appeal THIRD 1)AT. to .Cbildc Harold. desired. Weather Boards. Beveled or Square Edged.
primer Plank of all sbc f
ir,- homestead t<) louk at the propPrtjr.p to the benevolent and charitable, The first race was for a prise of |150, Dressed or Rough as desired.in quall Door and '
either Dressed or Kough. any tr. .
,
their $.50 to the second how, hurdle handicap "The petition of several citizens Window Casings Pickets of every and any psnern.In 133,254 MAJORITY. .
to give as liberally as means
may in the Limber line the builder
a word everything
I .
financial aid in the establishment
Religious.The toward this most a'two mile$ dash over eight i l.urtlles; asking wants. My Machines are al new and of the Isles ,
permit deserving l'ublic 'of a Steam Engine Company, to be located patterns and are used by skilled workmen. Call and STATISTICS OF SWORN SALES FOR 1873 :
Ill" '. Mk-hael A. McManus, of charity. Immediately underneaththis three feet six inches high the following satisfy yourselves as to price before purchasing else
on the North of the city,' satisfaction U workmanship as
thf Li)
Hisrli M.t,,. I0j U'dIC'l.t the Catholic upon which may be printed "Contribu D. A.. Hitchcock entered Busy Bee, : sailed up mud creek, at the bstkssion 2 -_ ALEL WALLAcE.CIT' THE SINGER 3M4 American.B.H._ 14,1"

of the Common Council. 'A'bcc'cr'n. ___ 119.180 B &Howr lJot"oa
Clutx-h. on to-iuonT colors black and blue and cherry
morning.Smires ,
(ions for the benefit of St. Luke's Hos- cap. HOTEL .. .
-The livery stable men are reapinga 40.114 Remington Emplr.I.
of the Southern MeiboJistChuttLe pita" The Executive Committee A. M. Burton entered Captain Jack. harvest just at this tim Those Graver fc Baker L M.i 79 Florenrr .. ____ '.

colors blue and blue, and white sash. golden w._ Davis____.. I"
of Ihis city will l lie :1S follows: among the ladies could examine these TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDA. 91.760
who wish to take rides, have to secure a __ __, ____ Victor __ 5.444
In the second which for the -- 51.347
St. 1'anlV and race was
Saturday Sunday morn- I taxes at stated intervals, and publish team in season. or not get ic.Some Howe _. N. returns _-______ !
ing. Bihoji: \\*. .M. U'ightman, uf the exact amount found in each, and in consolation purse of 3150. $50 to th. W. P. SLUSSER Proprietor. Gold MedalWfeoifcGibbs__.. 16.0' Secor.__ .. 3.4 -J

CtarleMon S. C. this manner the public would soon ascertain second horse, horses were only allowedto cf our citizens groan fearfullyover _. __ IS.UI E.Bn--kJ 3.011

who bad wade the what they are pleased to call enormous -
nut at
St. MathcwV
La Villa, Sunday morn- which establishmeut was the. run money
taxes. Some people never trill bt Tblsflotelkavi.gtstdlbetaREPAIRED OUR NEW FAMILY MACHINE .
Ing. Kev. F. 1'asc pretiou races, those which had been
I'residing Elder of most frequented) those who perform J,
satisfied. AND FULLY REFURNISHED.Oners .
Jn-ksonville District feunday niglt, their good deeds in secret, in order that beaten once were allowed seven pounds; Embodies New and Essential P.ineiples-SismlicirT Conslmctkm: Ease eI Operado. UI J I' ;

Bi bop \ ;htmlD.: He who ficeth in secret may afterward twice, twelve pounds; and three time, -The Mechanics Steam Fire Engine first dais accommodation* to the public. Action at any Speed LEAVING:Capacity ALL Range RIVALS and Variety BEHIND of Work IT. row Coarse -, '." ".5

Company and the Alert Hose Company,,
7II -- reward them openly. Nor would it bea eighteen pound The following entries UBERALAa9A'GLME.'TSatI
have been writing fond endearing epistles
bad to have a circular were made: TEST THE SINGER BEFORE PURCHASING ANY OTHER. -
Anniversary.
arrangement of prolonged visit 10 dtdIDa5t
dcsiriotts .
to the city fathers ending with with panics a .
Ha'.l colon ,
entered Mollie
:
A.
Darling, beautiful section of the State.ACCOMODATIOSS .
The and contribution box placed at the en-
anniversary of the Dural .
County blue and blue. "Yours Truly. Both communications I TERMS EASY-PAYMENTS LIGHT. .

Bible Society will be held in St, Paul'* ifuncp of every bouse of worship in the. were laid over until the next meeting. P
& entered -
Barton
Church, lLe,. Mr. Fitzpatrick's,) on city, a, many transient visitors might Medinger Charley Council extended FOR 100 GUES r Besides the-WORLDS FAVORITE.-keep constant!*on band a large Mmvr/ ofCLARK'S "',-!
The
Cheatham colors lilac. City an earnest ,
.
Dura! street, to-morrow Sabbathmnt gire liberally at that time when, upon .
h ( A.-'). Burton entered Red Jackson, welcome to the Florida State Medical o.N.T.SPOOL COTTON bur spools fcrtwtntjWSre cents. ,
&li-past *ven j p. m. The Intel est of other occasions they might have turned Association its late cession t TERMS: SINGER'S STANDARD MACHINE TWIST,from'twcnrv-frre cents op-nll aiaea and e*ea*. -f fTheSinger
colors blue and blue white during I '
the exerciscs will be greatly enhanced carelessly away. There are many busi stripe. Jj.oo'per day.ft* .'perk: ACM MACHINE TWIST.yard 99***.. for i]cents; y yard ..j fa*ej-- .;"
by the For the third race for all ages, a and the Medical Association. then made i SINGERS UNEX AND FLAX THREADS OILS. NEEDLES. *C, ac .
attendance of speakers from ness men beside, residing among us, the '.*; tf W. E. HADLET. Manager,.
abroad. who are eminently charitable, not obit purse of 1100 was offered, 925 to.the the proper responses. Bally for I ---- : .

OUUEB OK EXEUCISES. Singing in thought but in action, and these too, second horse, half mile beat. The following City Council I Would they bare beenas ; FITS CURED FREE! Co.
convention of undertakers! Manufacturing
entries were made: polite : .t 1
Biding of Scriptures1'rayer_ Report would cheerfully permit the lady manager Any person su0erinr from the above disease I Ia re- ,

*.. Addresses-Collection_Election to place a circular and box upon L. A. Hitchcock entered Bay Lift t '-Games of chance are prevalent allover I quoted tdne will to U address fcrwankd De.by PaK.impress....a trial boek.1s4-. No. BROUG1ITOX: ST., SAVANNAH, GA. :' ::

Clt OQkeri-I c .. -Iknrdiction. their premises, subject to their disposal.It colors black and bluercberry cap the city. Everybody wishes to gel. FREEt :', ,C: A. VOSBURGff ..J :J- ,h 1

-- is very true that the contents of each 4, flaIl entered Ino, colors bhj". rich without working'for it,and but few the Express charge which ow* G ORGE W FRAZIER, Agent, ; .

Hogarth's separate box might not amount to a great Barton & Medinger entered First raccecd. ? big The i my onlr large cost Ni.1Ift being amaO. a..eoL JACKSONVILLE.,FLORIDA.' .';4:, .-
Landing. ; made the treatment of .
Chance colors lilac. L .Price ha
!
The St'hOoner deal, but when! the whole amount_discovered HOTEL ARRIVALS.. 1 .
Abby K. Bentley, on her : A. M. Burton..entered Red Jackson FITS OR EPILEPSY ESTABLISHED, IN 1868. "
in all the boxes bad been .
last 1 .1-i- AA '
trip, bmuglit out a boiler, engineand would'find colors blue and blue, white stripe. WAVERLY HOUSE-J. J.Conrorr. M.DPaor.: a'study fee years mad he win warrant a cure .by.,the .:.
.
ladies <
the "
< the counted very materIal A K Baker.Norwalk.Ct- L IItmIwa.Ncwuk,, of his remedy. :"-
ueeestary machinery for a circular A Hall entered Mollie Darling, colors N J, L CokIDa.Wakia fla; G K ttroumc. Gaisca..iflciiWJ -. nse De IM&fall .. to him fern trial book; it costs -U'It
aid and assistance that would .
u. mill' go HaC.way.4adanapo1is: \A.. tC: A. K. ?ERCIVAL,2 i
to be at this nothing and he :
put point. j ;
up blue. / / ;
,
The far in carrying out their praiseworthy :; ; N *Jacs.Sav..hGaTJ Lua..E W ACMWI WILL CUltE YOU.
mill j is to be the property of Mr.Gudenrith Ocala : J.Turner & wife. Iowa Qty; G W Stewart,:, .
\\. and benevolent object. In Short Macon.Oar Wm H.RwKaitbo ,Phil; C H Wkii U.Proridcflce. .: no matter of how long standing yew cue aaJ"- SUCCESSOR TO J. H. CIlOYnL. "' 'It" j
who. with four other R I Isaac Saadas.Scitate. R IH II, mOcd.Clreula'S "
: hew punt other remedies may ," ">!';'; j
Can r1ts. from God bless these noble women for what Bread & wifeCotwwaflj NY; t Lapfo yBoit<.: and testimonials sent with J
New York, we believe The wind[made the sand'flj tone Rbodenk "
T Whicc. NY, : J C I f 1_ Hug.PaIaIob !. :} ; : : g
ba fet-ent1J' located there. This will they have already accomplished, ,and If bat Thursday: V / > \ : : J T Cnnc. SC7ROrC. I.d. C B bi bk. RON.wqot ... JFREE TRIAL BpTTLE. .; : '. 'j !
[ Ii RUcouc.Caiai.Maine SitasMon.Caipbridzs. .
na 0 :
alike : .
citizens and .to.
PUS a great benefit to that ,locality, strangers perform -Do nat forget,)I ../T*rI9r' read .. Maut C A Johwea. & Motkcr.BraacbTN L: Ie.nIaIIar" Tear Express.a. well M row. : : J-. -t {.t #
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and their bounden duty: half as well,,the J : B Rogers, W H Smith. Mbses Smith,, PoM-omcc direction,and. A ".
We trust It may be liberally suKtain- ings on Tuesday evening. a dTWeW>& w'fr.N'w York: C A Hanmowl A .AdtIa: "i t J 1
ed. Our benefits conferred by this noble charity wife. P'H ScraMoa. UrcOak; O 1)AOiaa DR. CHAS. T. jain' .:' .;'f '.' !
informant stated that six Uher -Eighteen bushels green peas were & wife. Rocklurd. 1U GPFchou&wileaadIh' 'J' 67 William Street N.- York.inONSUMPTION p :

orthern families would soon arrive and In the future cannot welj tbc overestimated chipped from Rosewood. c.B.. Dibble'snew Uuddimpoo Li: Greafdd; Mau: A, H Wrijai. BrankWo _I"-.l L.A1'i: ? t b t (
wtk Mu
locate % Vig ranDi & Kate 8raIIIIiac.E CUREDths.h1Vt.X.wSfPuuPL .
.. th.re for the purpose of engaging __n_ settlement near Cedar Key*. this E E jifwc. wife f .,M t> 'A Cook. ,O dauehstr.T_t_.mad mfcoe.&..., 0't' .
114 J Alien agrjuhu We are glad to bear it; Attractions for the Ejre. I week., .., :. 1 _' lnwJ G H MOter. 1" Heodrfcks. W B Erbea,1 ft *! I ,to. ,... .
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the -
more the Afl.wjfe and Mn A Stay.phiU: Miss H HuggJafrw d .
better. There are a number.of attractive and -See the card of the City Hotel, Tal ycwk: Mjss M SHoslorJ.Haverh -. ** h f ". I 'EALRIN .; .. s/-
lahassee. It is a well-kept, commodious M licFarbn A wife Halifaz.Nova Scotia:,W b bennenaad ti.Hpositive ,r'c'pwiUadUSdil. )si ,
beautiful places in and.about thc; IIY'of K H-MomU.;Huwatha. fcj;' it.E tfryan.aladiwn :. ,
Mrs. Taylpr's Readings, ; S U Uavisand A R CnamOer.Bustan; GI
LEATHER
Jacksonville that strangers would be house.Alex. AIdc New Savrna; A R HopI_.Waupun. Wts: CURE roILC
We arc pleased to see that a number perfectly delighted with, and yet'some Wallace has.an important W J Ulan Broolljn. N Vf W C Carson It .iIe.Si and aB disorders nf the Tbrutl sad Luagi ad["* ,
w advertisement in See Louis: yAsith.p.a.JMc: W A HanccweU ftwise. us use U _* Fu* ***eBf1* ***V.. : ,
columns.
OUr proraineiit, pitiyens have joined in bow or other they manage not to see our .Cambridge. Mass- C.J Deveaux.D Tnmlin.C -', t tt
I what be wants. Jones It wit,and B F '* ".Boston: F J .TI'Of AND FINDINGS .
requebt to )Irs. Emily E. Taylor, toP ,'and leave Florida without havingseen W Y; J P ofcerts. Petmbnrg.Va i I H StrabUe.M '1,003 00 : ; ..- "[. :

ie one or more readings, and that she. tenth part qf Us bea Jty. Take ,-The St. Johns Railway Company, pcfl&.iFa D. Newark. N J;;Jos H Chapman F Douglass t New wTfc.York and Jao Sup- Sth.JwW will not benefit. Indeed,so stroe* ::4 : : 'i : :. ." 'J

*." consented U gratilj; the general de- for example the beautiful gardens in the Stockholders meet at Toicoi,on Thursday i addycasiag end c.Ptcaio a $ : FRE ,till My -.c ---- . '. ) ,. I '

I'r the 18th of March 1875. at ** bow IBa! 1daer..aaOM'lNii.V 'hrcivd's Stamp" Hand Boots ,&" \
.HO hear her. >Jrs.' Taylor has never rear of- the Metropolitan Hotel, The one 'MARINE. INTELtlUENCE. : U61 ".;,: '/ i :_-; .
"" ; Is siiciing fross these rilinsrt ofakhb.alIV.YOW1 '
4. "x IjT., Mcars It'Sl "
afford loaded with 'clOC'k r. M. ,.-: .: Rurt &? ( a ., -0'1' ,
the t
Jrto,ho higher pleasure to superb taU banana trects dectariUf'8 ( .Mr. McWade is In town. The'investment AkKI. VA'LJS ASP CXtA t AJCCIS AT Tilt-rOKT,. t* DL--T.J'" BURT.. Philadelphia and .11\\\\ ore. :;.{ ) : _v ; i 10 :eq ..;;:" \'

were so fortqnata as j.o bearer fruit, the extendve grapery, ,rack a of one dollar, will reveal to ''JJ.CIaOJlyuun.oal:i' a-,?Sos 19.IfV!:..St.NIW f'ad.L Vienna Medal c,hle.sewed '* L.'. *., : a,,5Q :. L

mdtiojonj, and we look forward the.castor oil' plant, oranges, / *""*"- :- :Pcrciral's Stamp H nd Congress ;e- e ....s ,
with dl> our readers whatever' merita. be' may Feb.w.KB,A.KlScntky.)Unafley.. Wew.or "EVI.I TE Pls.Oertet IJ
Sutfur and limes all of singular *
To anticipations. to next lemons, are actor.He Rip Feb.it ada. Wary'A..ranaar'"W.N.. PREMIUM .CU Bun & Mears '\ : n ..n "" '.Zf5IPhiladclphma ':"'1
*!.y evening. beauty to cay nothing of. the, It.fawber. possess as an opened as Fen. s).su,Cky Point.Fiugerald.CharUarww' C.I 1 Cotmtr MAMMOTH 4' .* ., ,
Wt Winkle at Folk's Hall on Thursday Feb. u.itr, pictalor VogeL Chariestoa. .- 115 ca, a ; : .. ,7E----4; ..
hope our readers will bear in Ties growing, J in profusion the. open Van 1'. s..cYmccc; taw.id.Poe.n. UjRN.sad Imported 'UGIAN. besled 0.\1'5. C sas byastm1. Vienna eda\ cable sewed '( _,.. .. -I- .\ ... '
evenlnglait.iWhy ", .. ,i: peck ,;%bebl I.l ,s. ,: : ,
Jind that Tuesday, instead of Wedne- "air.'and cfcarming beds of .flowers that < .. : .c aid ..k 5(1V8 at lords)'fcc a ttu-P. '- 2 I : .
honor invariably than.1Itf Dcutor V.Chade&Feb.aJo JUldress %. P.BuYER. GOODS SENTBY'MAIC"AND : : ;:: ,
evening, h the time, We see it fill the air with fragrance. A distln. wIhihLs. :the-Mjiyor .ac. ..irra C.. Hecfcea.Port .' xSSiaee .,a- ." .Chester Oa Fa. ; ; ." EXPltESS.-" ,' : .. V' ,.
printed 5to" hat"upon all lIJtytl "i ": :;Ur .i' Toanpam.ttheStateT ,. ;
Yorkr a'terpas. wear a .pJp ow.:' ,.3. -''C. I.
hed New physician .JiADQt1AIlTU.s.
erroneon.ly In r, qd gui .' Fib. 86,p.Viaor. 11 ". '. aru. w rwRrnArEwslI 4TTWE OHJt STAND COR..BAT aaJ OCEAN STS. J/CKSqNVJLt?. ??*A .
deirt t.o make the correctionf' log through this bcaqtlful garden Ujp great occasions PVe paqSe for feplj. Fcb,*4.sty, City Point,nugerald Charleston. n o. BI .< ..

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Nice produces a harvest of 100,000 '. FURNITURE .. -,. ." MISCELLANEOUS' MtSCXLLANXOUS.g ,. .. S. MlSCU.L.jEoj< S

4EI Stanflipg'/n'Johnson .square, and pounds of orangeiblosspros, and. Can- r--. ; 'f.-.L- _,.
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f ?; within view' froiri\ t botft the larger ho- nes as' much agtnf"{ and 'bf i. finer 'r" I IbAvis ; ': ; !t"D"Ct.J\ (. O ATBUI L.DI N G.,'!V ,

..r.it; tels, the Screven and Pulaski, is the color ; 5op ppunth.f orange blossoms f'URNITUREIVAREROOMS r S'.7 L".c... 'I.ar. r1."I; .. .. ;, .\! '." A..G.. CHAPPELL ; V .) J., HOLLAND _,

venerable edifice ((CHRIST ;CHURCW. yield about two poiirfds of pure Neroli ', tr 1.1 ,.-... .. "r',,, ,, ,, .. If" "* ff '/? n,- 7T .l : : : .

t 1 It possesses, indeed, but little architectural pill .At, Cannes the acacia thrives : QRANC llF .q m, 'l.I!; f:rI .tnB r". Qq ;.PIdRIDA.Ai'1l' I H BAY STRWthi Cable Crossing.: WATCHMAKER AND
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4 j % attractiveness in its plain welt, and produces yearly about 9 o o }& Dl{ E VII..r. I.t'J\ : aso (. .'. JEWELER, ,
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1 ? ; Greek ty (utern3t1y''and; yet the pounds of acacia blossoms'. One S ; .-.' .nj0 ._. t I. pc Corn fine and
t" nd"'t 'kUlf'piir !' .1'1 y 11 .;* 1f .' :' YACHTS ANtV HiTEHALL Bay Sts..
ncncd.
history of this grand told parish: must perfumery distillery at Cannesuses 5-. 'H1. .t. .4 t4 f< 'L .
great .. ',< ,
I : -:: ,. .ti '.. !f.a f./ "" t .ii-: i. ;; ;"f r. i ; ; JACKSONVILLE.rLOaIDA.
: f .;r vTheO krfown1,' ever: invest this church yearly i4o,6oo'peunds Of orange ", i-. ( "' .. ,..I ; t: : 'r .f 'J t. of t P I "I ,1i'I. .' .,t,130ATC, I ,, *" I.... ; ,

, j, : with'intenseinterest i to'C'ery enligh't- bl blossoms 140,00 'P nds'obs! : PARLOR; SUITS.l? CHAMBER_ SUITS. QOOO l"A' RESI :J'V AGANT.t'l Built order, : ':.". -: :-

cncd...ojoJ.1rner in our city. leaves, 32,000 poundi of j jessamjne. 'I. .r. .t -,- ,_.' ,; ? :, 't I 'tl' .U1! ,11" a I STEA'M': 'Y'ACHTS. New Jewelry, Clocks Waes '

l; r 1 The Parish of Christ Church was blossoms, 20,000 pounds .of.!violets J "!-1'. S. .. '. ''ill 1 ;: Ji; 'CO..- t ,-,;; I' .7 :,:.: I Diamonds,Plated
HOMESTEADS. With the mo* d !'Will WIltS and
r r: : established contemporaneously and 8,000 ,pounds.of .turberQses.,together MOSQ.rr.o.ARSfl TURES :? '- FREE. .- any.sle. ,from .5.fffrv to too feet idneiy.-Call and get my price of Solid Gold and Sil-

: :" with the settlement of the city, the with a great many other sweet -S '. J. I .' I .;, :' : L .. : .' .- T '.', "1/' 11 tcr Ware
4 etc.
.
; present site. having, from the first, herbs. The extraction-of; ..ether .:. ;tt I -J .I I : P. .'. ; -.i .-v) i'p -. -' 1 pc,,, NEWQ'I yAcrI : : .I

: :i be"en"asstgned for the building of the eal oils, the small quantities of which v.--: J ., 'is settling tiler than any other. .new' iooaltry f.'&'United. States- ,. er saU. -H J ,, t, ._9-3 tf I ,
.
4 church the ofthe mixed in the flowers such Chambc'Sutti. .: .:'i ".;. on" "A DIAMONDS. PEARLS.
by trustees colony. with i'ator S AND
are DAVIS & .Diiw l Talmas and Peede*Jacket*" WTCKfS, -' .1 : ?PRZ.
.d, : In this the Rev. of Sittia. .i)IE 1JYw.. pRTEIt. E OP:: t E is' 1.1')1 ., .. C10US STONES SET IN
; parish John Wesley large quantities other vegetable Parlor' "''Cnawbe"Suits. {r-1', :. ( & .- 4 I t : S : (: .J -5-- :. I FI.1E GOLD.

:; { J ,fhe.: fameust r!founder[-,of Methodism '. juices I that 1 jti requ i s T, o t.zAop .' "v !', '\ | *OCJn'/er'oI"..1... '.*. ,\.,"...'<4|.\ JiAMbciSuHi. SuitsI'urtoy / Bw*11 Site; JJ atioM' ,rei ed'fceWVClinrcfces.ScBC<>b..Mi : Ih bat vi todctj4 ,W.B.JUtof THE SAVANNAH.ApVEKTJSEK,'. I -

,. f. officiated for sometime asliector; pounds of rose leaves to win one BAY AND LAURA STREETS -Suini.' lle*v H-S.Sen.. Babcock'md hundreds of'such men are largely interested. Come and let us show .
1 Parlor* "*.:* -S. MX find it M represented w.win P bl s ti. UY l' ''I ; .' /"iliJ Letter],
: this indeed of ; MoNograms
.# :: j being, the first and only ounce of otto roes, demands a very ; a. '.' jAocsoxvitim. Ft*. Suit pay aspens** bcpmd by ttlowm.into wMceJ .Tbit. aha..ancIba'C"'laad owners will take yen 1 is bjrlitt aM

': parish of the Church jof England in careful treatment., The French, favored ; .,. about our county,but don't let them know fOG waif'land,** they wifl besiege foe and dtsgwt wuhImportunilfefc SAVANNAIIt i GERGIACEO. '. Fancy Engraving done 1,,
' 1 .- hew prstand yo ;wiU not*cltl.In a.other eess'. Any peno who take*fata W oV ; : en mrtiitic manner.
'
: .. : .. which he ever held a ReC6rshi} jiSo by their climatcl atethe most active .. f; "._ .. ', .. courage people from lodkinc at this truly beautiful country must be lither ajxsgus land-agent, sod wants a cos*, ..
NICHOLS ., SIMS
( r.T.W.; ..
bcirding-kou.keeporV'and *afew meals the ovtervf ,wimbles of land ;
mission
1\lr.l" a wanta'pay mere a. tract -
.< popular was 'hIefs. aJtb ugh the most .. .
; ministry- .notlalays puUWnr.
t 1.J el :I. Manager;
who and
that be can't Jive unhand wants W swfadt*soMbody; a sore-head has been swindled lost all faith; or. ,
: r here in its commencement that on careful preparers[ of perfumes";j'half'of EXAMINE OUR.J.ARGE STOCK. jike'moch the largest dan lies'because- can't do kny thing eb*.< 'Don't uk.:what'you see1 on the river M a 1 /_ ..-">_- .. : Standard time by
: : : .-- sample but come lo 11I4 and I Wilt.show yon the most lovely country in Florida. Pity heart and soi J are staked Chronometer .
j \ i one occasion a ball and public prayer the world is furnished.. by. .this branch ( I' r. ... I .. Ji. TVJ 'SI in This greareWervrise;and these hnngty devilHieaboWme became I .IPOIRDj UltIthmmr.1I14sI.. I Hie ADVERTISER ha 1M. Comprehemsfvt new*. rated by transit
begintingatthesametime./herhurth: ofthcirindustry. .. --"l .:.i4A : was theAru to calUttention-to Orange cojntj a' ban akYQltd cuLl yean to Us development. JI have eaanv paper,publishing the latest News ad Market.Report
: '. tt .; ..._' J 4.. ..A.- oed moVc of Florida than any '*Vr man liviog; aad can leO yea all about iL Iftptfkfe not satisfied wub) Or. from all parts of the country,particular attention being observations.Cooiivotsini .
ci "
I was fait while thf'-- ball-room Was soemptv -S ;" : >'. 1..1t.: : .r.; : ... ..; '. ..n$4 county you w<4'iU anywhere elM..AU who-come*>Ms!'are rfca ed. pad::-.c,110-"cowardly,Ijlrg given to Savannah's Local and Commercial aflainj:t.

: : j that the entertainment could I .- h thief who dares not meet me,will'uJ'IIII'thitaJ against me mtnyaWoce; but I can stand it better.than njy t 'tN .. .
not t
f fj -
; THE LARGEST. .D" IONP.,IN AMER-. ... lot t 4 .'.. 101 .i1. ;'j. eqcmlCSancllcaa 5d'2do.fl *d in*iuir,3OEW SETT1.ERSMIII"n1y'.abtoIlaWfi ; .1: : : P L1TICSF: :
S
:' 'ar'-LStecens:] \ : ., .101., "'- '.. t Aroa"PuR 7J1B CflllIzfl; ; ? noan.
; Ic.\-The largcsf\'t'di m bd.: .('n:.. tt j fflpir--- 101' < : tit41 11"/9 oW ""
XDVERTISER'will itotJk
;
-i 1 Another fact in connection with RtFf! J'A.REn\ The be ie4exp. WAnC.
t. 'S J United-States-is t among, .the.glitterinobjects $ ,, I 101 Day SL. 101 .. <.i.Ifl ., .! .I S ., Mat ol the Democratic c-t'fat'''.Creed; w 1 .J. ;. .: 1 ,
t I.
101 -101 t- i'f" IIa.-/;
S 1tIf'JoJ
this.parish and in- : w : .
( one especially 1T JcsciiviLLtj1tI1 .
oflnte.rest an .s1 w wlpdCwoC : 1.1 ; 101 ": A' vineMelled "
ADVERtlSERS' S S
-
.i tcTtfsting'to- religious people -of ,rI.A 101 In our county GOOD 'BOARD ci') obtained al FIVEr DOLLAR9 PCR *PZX. 'f oft owoCneKocst S S "
every Colonel Andrews"- ; iamoqfpab'cl:. 101 K-..- P .. .. 101 bodies of land in this and do this to call attention M the public ,and io that,1 may n.k. a clan i Very stylish:Ladies' Hats at BUCKY'S. ,
.1' ; 'l denomination,) is, that thefirst Sun on Montgomery street.' It attracted i ''tOI.' ,- -. ... :. lul.. .. .. blecommunlty around Brsd toKane the.nluc of atr own land as weD as that of my ..)%hW And nnt- advantages are oftered,onr targ*and fnCfeasilic -
'.1 } world withstanding all Jh.false/eports ORAJJGE O)UN,Y 4*It>e rbanner cuty toidpfyl Conn..and KX tiay school in the establishedTjfk 101 ....101
'. was a great deal l of aifentton" yesterday. i .. 101 stop over nights*l least.And'get maris-and-'datm U wltf xtt you nothing: I don't want jrow money: these ci, adrerdsing; nedhMs.f ,. EARNEY'S.
i' .. .j. / : ; !Wesley in this trzris 'd ring Its weight is t-16' 'karats"/"' ,rt-'wd toi-101.* -. ... 101 .; brbiunt charge are damaging our lovely.country, and I will figU thta businessbf*kh.uifsUfij -.whHrf I tm : 'K
SI .* *! strike a tliiw.Any person-"oticllaaJcs4wclJDtNdk1s lhescltatcmentll can s Wy be Uken as, belonging to one of f. .. _. .. .1 1ER5lS. .BY.MAIL! .: '
'. 0 1115 rectbrate: found in Africa t"e3fs.; -agbTand: ioi tOJ'- the classes descrfUd-.,'Da'"be but an-ko.'edand swindled by a confidence nan.but come into our cwotiyV' AH! 49*! FLUID EXTRACTBUC
oiotoioio D&D 0101010101lOloooooouoooooooooooocol01 ogePre-pndbyihcPsbfiibet.
I"it. i Ot cverv Sunday fternopn it was honest land dealers w0! corroborate what I .a). 'A gentleman will not lie about any part of our lovely Stat.for J.- ,.' l i. .. .$ '
r :: was taken to Amsterdam wher.ejj 1; a. paltry commission. of fiv.perxieot \ulxlo) not want your money; 1 never ull any_. lands but. my. own but PaBy. i year_..._._..._ --p.co,
tOloo DAVIS&PRBW oolOl .
: MrT Wesle'y s custom to meet the children was cut and polished.Twentytw ..lOIOlooeooooooouooooooouoolOl; V ,.. '' '1'.. 3 ..,, r._ -'4-0o

oj the .in the church.before lOlooOO FVJUUTVUI 0090101 '' ', I GIVE 'y 'tJ ] .**' .--r----. _2.GO H U !
j I .. parish months were occupied in subjecting 101 1 L'L O LAND' .ANDTiREESTo ; Weetly,f-1c.r"'_:;_ _". 's.5: .

4 I' 'f ) service and hear them recite the it to these processes ft i is"slfghtly .Iut 101 lOlooooonocooooooooo/noolOl lOlooo. W AUHOUS" coolOl I. : .. 'J', : :- ., .. I :: rl'r ..". ; _4 mo itiCentle'men's ..,._.______ .,. The

Catechism them to what 1.01' lOloooooaoooocoooooooati IOl Jlbnl.U'yCMJ.wiU make sear and tasteful improvements. Remember we will pay all YOllrupe'u if we only known remedy (orBRIGHT'S
11 ''i ,. question as off color, and consequently its.v .lue 101 IttUlOlOlOD&UOIOiOlOlOl do not prove our assertions. I am at home every day near EARNESTS STORE,ontkc yanfcrd Avenue.: underwear aV iuc Y'. :

; : the i had heard from the pulpit in the is only placed at. .30000. Colonel ,.. 191 -101 101' 101 ...Enqui for :"; .; : :< r. ,. / ; .-.. :; i .. ,,' ... -i ,

r" '" J: morning instruct them still fur her in Andrews' brother, residing in London :' 101 101 *. 101 i.VI 101 101 '. i .'- 101 10: ,.. .. ;: ,' .-,.. ;, 1./, .JOHN: A. MACDONALD .. .; DISEASE,

"j. : the BjbJeiende3vpring.to. fiXlhet uthl, ,secured theigemand forwarded) itt .. 101 301IOl'-. ;-101 ', . PLUMBING 1
'
19 ioi'. 101 lot.--"loi .1..11' :; : ,-. .', II 1:1: J '.r .Aid a potiifv ftMedy MGOU'r

: in/khe'ir/ understanding'as" well as!their this city. The next largest diamondin ..l01" 1014..101- '. :101101 -. ; ? ; 'I"" 1. ". I.. ,; j ,.' ME1iOIVIL.tE.. l AND"
'I ." ,1 f' memones. This-Suoday *tcbool was icB 5." 1.--1 "..!"" 101 -
l't ';: ". established in Chris Chtfrcji America (iSf owried by. 101 ."I 101 I' .. "'1" II I" ,:.' "J, I" :; :: ,i-:. ., ? 'CqrPE IITHING.I GRAVEL. STRICTURES,

: : .: .1'L nah, nearly fifty ,wlrsJlf r, Sayan-Robert Tweed, arid weighs f 17 one karats. The -! t.. 101'101' .' .11.. ... ....101'.101;.' .: i-.o ".:.. ;; ,; ? D. .- G'.RtEiNL;:: : E'A F,". t"1, I am prepared to execute work of every descriptionItbmcst DIABETES, DYSPEPSIA! ,
late Jim Fisk had of karats '. ..
101' .
.. 15 :: .....101. _' :. .. I NERVOUS DE lULl.
'
I. ,
his scheme -of.Sunday ., : .
&il-tt.origin3t -
and 4
satisfactory''manner
' J n. weight. The mot valuable ..'. ., :; .t. ., respectfully so TY
.5. '1" : :' : .: .. DROI'SY
'f ;! instruction in Gloucester, Eng owned in San Francisco up to 'this : "i ... .:. : : ; ; licit. the patronage of the public. ,

: 1' hfl( land, and eighty years btjors. tfit first time is 'In' the possession of f Lloyd :. ; : : ':. .. 'J''E .w" E 'L E R. Orders II left.' at'b6BBWJS'GUNSM. .. NON-RETENTION. OR INCONTINENCE OF

.; :4. Sunday school on Afr.' 'Jtaikcs' plan Tevis, and i is said to be worth 15000. THE'FINEST.AND BEST SELECTED :.. : s < ( ... ..., ..1..... .' ."". "' ." : i- )'P;.or at' .MrI'j. ; URINE ULCERATION, IRRITATION.1NFLAMAT1ON'

.I' ': ," !,! was: established ih New' York." -San, Francisco. Chronicle.. [ !; ..4'. -IN. THE. _. SOUTH..F... ,. I ; : .. .','" r .;.:' M.. Mahonj's.. lacksmUh,: shop" 'will :eceivcpromptMt.flan. Oi THE

A i [Steven.l ,:.,. I .' e'1 > b .. >J' .'. ". j: !.' ,. ," .
f It is a remarkable fact (when con ., -- -r----------- : I. I UIIn; understand now you caa sell goods to much cheaper titan we dn buy at home j Is'an expressionheard I BLADDER AND KIDNEYS
UTILIZATION OFTYPHA WEED-The daily at QREENLEAFS Jewelry Store. The answer Is this: 'H. buys directly of the i: .: SOJ.tr, WM. CLARKE.

: i i Jrasted with Mr.Vesle.Y.'s subsequent Parlor aICH"PLAlW..i., A Vttbei '
&11 common cat-tail of our scientifically : : SPERMATORRHOEA
stamps
; f career: or rather with the popular impression Suit; ... ;. '* Suitt.Plr1cJ' : : : f.sg: ARRIVAL ,
known as Typhd\latifolia is. and Chamber MANUFACTURERS' ;' ., "
1 .of his subsequent opinions "
f Suits. Suits.ftfc .-
susceptible of being used asrfpod.Jor' "* OP NEW-AND FASHIONABLE Leucorrboa or White:.Disc, of the Promt
GOODSCENTLEMENS' *
f" and that his administration : '
..I practices) esteemed 1 SUBSTANTIAL '* if Gland.Stone in tha BL-older.folculus.' Gravel or :

'; .;. during his rct rate in this.J trish was which purpose it is highly P ttor." -' .' '. I vL /ChamberSuits. Thereby saving one proSt,and sells at a small advance above cost. There U ijpt a jewelry tore North ot South S 1- '5.! : dust Deposit and Mucus or Milky DischargesKEAR
i in" some countries. The plant is c .. FURNITURE.L-. where goods of the sassf quality areaol. at .10.prices as at Greenleaf't.where is'now being opened an immense WINTER WEAR
i .', n characterized by what were termed "a per- : vSwufl stock of goods usually kept in a 611'1<. jewelry establishment.A& "
''I ennial, and propagated: by the formatiorrofTinderground .... prices. Greenleafs transit tune is acknowledged to be the standard. Observations taken daily with. BUsscs.4n ", ,. 'IM3IAcZItG -
rigid: adherence to High: Church ,I II7. q ." S ';
''f very proved Traiwk-tbeonIy! |in nsk in the State r (Chronometer repaired sad rated. ; '-- -I." .KEY'SEXTRACT

Ai: :' practices" Indeed, "in one of the_ stems, containing ), ,,. 5- ". ".. ., ". sH> . ). FRENCH. .*''CUSI... ...GERMAN.J ITALIAN- .

\\i .1. .,; 1- accredited paf\tphletst| f the da/he much starch> m,tter. In- Southern : T1erBest of' Workmen AND AMERICAN. FABRIcS
and
; .
Employed SATISFACTION -
*". Russia the "(jung shoots,. when they We'are prepared to offer our stock at 'J' --.7 It 4. BUCHUPermanently

was chargedwltlv being a" Roman ) iif cut and tied remarkably low prices.." i iL : .' .:. ?T' I' .r ; ( SUCH.ASFINE .
gush up. s )ri.lg, are f : ; '
ii 1r Catholic in disguise, because he rigi1 .. : GUARANTEED. : BROADCLOTHS. CASSIMERES..VEST_
for markets cures all Discs n of the
dily excluded all dissenters from the up as.asparagus our and ;. S INGS AND GENERAL FURNISHING
,iJ:0 .' '
sold in alt the markets. Boiled : : 1 "?'t; 1GOODS._ ,
; .{ Holy Communion unless they 'con-' as :-. All Kinds of Jewelry'Mariua tured. at the store. of BLADDER.. KIDNEYS AND DROFSI.
.
is boiled and seasoned S : ,
:asparagus with ; CAL
: :13ARATIER
: :'l 1 sented to be rehaprized ; .because" be Monograms Cnf and Engraved on Stone,.Gold and Silver. ., -J. SWELLINGS
and ;
is
salt it
spice pronounced delicious .
: '
;' 1 ... '.t endeavored to establish/confession, by all! who have partaken of it. b"'A VISD.REW. Endless varietyiof: ,TOYS and HOLIDAY GIFTS. -. :: Merchant Tailor Existing in men,women and chn and mortification ., Street
pcname ; mixed : ? 12."Jill Laura l.Just above Bay Street
S S
.' I ;" :. wine with water in the crament, andappointed This plants, found, in more or less S. ;;. -,. . u-.- m JACKSONVILLE FLA. NO MATfER WHAT THE AGE!

: :;: deaconesses.'_*- In a formal abundance r.SW:1mpy places all over .- pEAiERS'. J, H.NORTON .. S 1 S. H. KOOKER. . : ., ,. I

.' :: : 1' the United- Slates, and may very ''Attorney! Law and_ Notary Public. .. Fine black. dress coats. and fancy neck wear at Bucky's. Prot
presentment made against him by the AU 'kind of FURNITURE. CARPETS. 1 .,_ ,_r ,- : Steel says: -One bottle of Xearnyv Fluid
r r .: easily be Introduced in places where : : : Extract Buchu is worth more than all other Huchus
grand jury, consisting.of twelve 'different MATTRESSES. WHITE PINE:,WAL-- NORTON & KOOKER.S ; combined.
i it does OR SALE.The
', I :: charges, eleven' of them had not. :grow already. :; NUT and CEDAR LUMBER, etc. F .
t C"'I : *Al.ZaS1 Price One Dollar per Bottle,or Six Bottles for Fr f
reference to these supposed High Lease.and improvements on two City Lots in Dollar .
". tendencies : .. JACKSONVILLE.. FL,:> : ESTATE in the town of LavilL1.about
-: :. Church acts. Wesley, DOL'LARSHF.'AIOUNT % REAL -
f himself '9 -. ONE-HALT MILE'FROM'JACKSONVILL' F. O. DEPOT. 104. DUANE ST.. NEW YOkK. .
,1 l. ; j in after tife, (re jewing the '

i result of his ministry in "Savannah",' OF TWO MILLION FIVE : -S COFFINS AND UNDERTAKERS OF ALL KINDS. The place is fenced in with a board fence six feet A Physician in attendance to answer coms Qdc.
J I. HUNDRED THOUSAND ARE TO BE D1S- high; contains a. v and give advice gratis.
i acknowlcd&ed how.his High Church 1'RIBunu. THFvzTTfi FEBRUAKY flY .
J t 1" "t t t zeal. had) fcarrfed him THE PUBLIC LIBRARY OF \'., UPON THr. L L1CBURIAL ': GENERAL INSURANCE AGENTS, representing the following corn HOUSE, ,STABLE, GOOD WELL S-SKMD
beyond the OCCAsINN I 'OF MET-A STAMP to* PAMPHLETS. I'ItE.
THEIR FirfH'AND I&ST .
CASES, panies ,' And about a thousend
4 t:f ; bounds of Christian charity: ; and he CONCERT. .
AND" FRANKLIN OF PHILADELPHIA :.With combined assets of ever -
': i adds : "How well have.I %fice.bc ii FRUIT TREES AND GRAPEVINES
if -1 < ] DRAWING CERTAIN OJl MONEY 'WOOD COFFINS CONTINENTAL, OF NEW YORK I .
'. : beaten with my own staff!"-[Stev } From one to.six years old. WU be sold very cheap. 0 11 ENERVOUS'
: OF' *
V MANHATTAN NEW YORK S7 000 000. .
: I ." ''t ens.] REFUNDED. '. PENN. OF PHILADELPHIA 1 ALSO A GOOD BUGGY .' ,
:
.
} : : .Another, and very interesting fact In running order. For further particulars enquire ol AND DEBILITATED

j I One Grand Cah Gift.-.--_ .._._4J4o000 LOANING MONEY ON REAL ESTATE .
It'1' .in7t fcrence to Christ Church, Savannah One Grand Cash Gift..___._.___'100.000 AND CONVEYANCING A ; H. STEETSKAMP, i
4. : 1s theconnection of the Rev. One Grand Cash G.ft.. __ 1S.fg : < SPECIALTY. OF BOTH SEXES.NO .
I ; TAILOR.
One Grand Ca h Gift ____.___._,. '
50,000
..j i 1. : .i Gcftfge Whitfield with it as the immediate One Grand Cuh Girt.__._._..__.___._, >S.ooo giyejb'elow. a few of' the :marychoice| -places for sale by us : ia- jm Or at the office of the NEW SOUTH. CHARGE FOR ADVICE AND CONSUL-
.
4 f '; .; of inc 5 Cash(;ifta, 'aooooeach..____.... 100,000 TATIOM.
; successor John Wesley to Cash Gifts 1 4,000 each...?.w>:.t 140,000 No. 71.. Two-story house on Ashley street,near St. No. 105. Duntawfon Plantation i on Halifax river, .lie: Business Suits at BUCKY'S. -
r"V theVcctorate. Mr. Whitfield landed .5 Cai-h) Gifts, ioootfo each_.; ... P9V OK.ALL SIZES AN.D QUALITIES.LADIES' James Hotel pleasantly situated, in one of-the best seven miles north of Mosquito.inlet at Port Orange; -
;, r in Savannah the of Cash Gifts, 5.000 each.._..._ .00,000 neighborhood in the city; house U new,with six rooms, .100 acres, I,i 50 acres rich hammock,lying one mile 1-\. \ ; DR. J. B. DTOTT graduate or Jefferson Medica
on 7th May 1738, *S Cash Gifts, 41'0"each_.____. IOOO plenty of doaetiz and good sernn '1 room> lot s'X* from river: y>acres.high shell, taiid.immcdiazdyoo College Philadelphia tutbor of several valuab. works,
t'' S j and betook himself-with characteristic jo Cahtfliifts, 3.cach..___. 9Ooco'so EMBALMING DONE AND WHEN GENTLEMEN'S ROBES. 105 feet, good koce guod dcwalk. and the jslicet the river bank.having Irunl of about one fourth mile, 1MPORTANT TO; EVERYBODY, can be consulted on all diseases of the frcxu.il ar* Urinary -
C Gi1n. _,ooo eacb..1IOoOOO REQUIRED.. shelled: in bearing; a fine lot of orange with targe. ,frame 'ti '
grapes voting tory house rooms, fleetly i f rgans. (which be has mode/an
.
.eDer 1 and industry to his pastoral too Cash Giu( .,each_...__..._. ux>.oooS4oOkh ALSO, trees j AoVcrs and shade tree growing thriftily;-good finbhcd; house commands view of the river. ocean either in male or female' no matter (Km especial_bat tudv)
I.:11 :.: ; duties: His own record of his labors Gifts, 500 e ch..;.....-._._....'. 120,000' well,with pump on back porch.which is .covered with and surrounded with large bearing,orange trees, : If yon wkh a genuine articleIn the *Cigars iginating or of how long standing. A practice cause of 0'-3*
'
500 Cavh Gift. too edch_......__ soooo':' MARB E'-- MARBLEIZED flowering Ymca. Will bo sold.p.._ il some 75 to ioo in number; good well;and a cistern way years enables him to treat diseases with Curts
;: ':;t in this puish: as' :\' n1;; n a letter 19/xxi Ca h Gifts, 'jo each-.j i-"-._. jfioooo S LA TE: .MAN1'ELS. N. B-'..T. capitalist* desiring a big thing there that holds r.200 gallons, in yard: thoroughly ditched .v Liquors. ,tWines. &e.. .go to guaranteed. Charges reasonable. ThoK success.at a distancecan
:
: "t written by himself about tlm'period; .' : is a fine opening in Springfield; arcw't thousand dollars and drained:canal;from smear-house runaing'to the I .forward letter describicg s,mptonu and enclosing
t I SLATE will now. For particulars enquire river Sir.transportation of crop; immense quantities of JIB. TOCNI.If stamp to
Whole Tickets 150. Halves Te HEARTHS&c go a great way just : pay postage
lh. each ;
: or
; I isulhof interest as illustrating the Eleven fac. of Norton& Kpoker.cyrnerlVcan and Bay streets.Noi wild orange trie*on the place: the soil) is simila to the .
Coupon Tickets : .
|5. Whole '5000. MANUFACTURED "TO ORDER ': I t.L best sugar lands *f Cuba, to which i it.is fuily equal Send for the
S. ; GmiJe .
\ HAND&MB RKSIUKMCC'POII la II".IPric.
; and abundance : A Size lOCo
of his
; "
energy .labors in 74' limestone I is abundant: -1 Mi place i g really one of the '-. .
t'fl': For'Tickets AND. FOR SALE BY large -room* And kitchen double bay window on the choicest place in.Florida, known such he-
41 j this city. "I visit from house or Information address and was. as
to the .
: west'large double parlors, double piazza on south wish '
CALVIN OAK fore the war. you la take recreation in a'rood' o B. J. DYOTT Ak D.
pille ,
:.; i h"ousejratechizet. rea.d4 twice THO. E. BRAM ETTE.Agent and Manager, amunandIDfOM.ol.thj! finest view* in Jacksonville; ,
prayers Ixxu viUe. FonybSireetbctwccnlaurasi.dflcgana lights of to-inch glass and N. B. Do
: I 4 I- Ky. hung you want a snug'winter home with Billiards.'go to'J. B'TOGrI-5 Saloon, Bay street. Physician and Sunceon. Duane SI.N. Y.
and expound the two lessons For Tickets or infornution apply to Iw 6-IQ. JacksonvUle.FIoridav g with cords and weights on pulleys and reaching to the .. 104
: : every orange-trees and flowers in r lurid t.; You can get a ..' '. .
\ -> .. S BAER .. floor,with blinds U casings finished with mould' beautiful lot -! J : I. : '
I 1 : : are a 70x156 feet, in Springfield high and
4 day .i j read .to a I house fall of people .At P. Walter's.Crgar. Store.: I lag and oiled and ,varnished making a beautiful finish i healthful,and within ten minutes walk ol the post-office, ', -,.. .. l'r nl sand VUIMCS at BucLy's.
: 1\: three times week ; expound the two I' TnAN. ceiling* hig .|w jU>hard-naUhcdV openitaip..(double% on which to make it,fur. $23. .For particular, .enquire ;;.4! ,1. .
f \ F' 1' ffTEV ..*.. '. glass,front doors,mortice lock on every door In house; of Norton & Hooker.:' -.J -- .1 ; Bass Al. '
.f"t ,.: I. lessons at five in the morning; readprayers 4'UCLIC LIBRARV'0 KENTUCKY.'1 .A. t chiss dos.t..arefOOt.PletIyOCe1Odies-NescsjbaLh- .." ,Imported on draught.. Cal! for it at J. BTOCNIS M ORRIS A. DZIALYNSKI,

. 4 : I antS preach twice and ex- DEATH OF Gov. n.AIIUTT.-Amo. or THISt'ccujioR :.,.. ON A NEW PLAN. room; hip roof with cupola,from which a charming 'No. no. A tract of U acres r:60 acres cleared ham- ,at the'Metropolitan Billiard Saloon.' -
dockland
1"lItnA API'OINTaD-No Mom view is to be.s of the City the river surrounding ; fiIIerronc'oaSt..Joba'lrlYcr;I w*mile*west '
-: lOUfld..rtkCCaICcht&fl to servants, at POSYPOIfPIIINn-DUWI1IQ CUTAJN FUCVAHT r country: three Iou,makillC JHiaoo feet: good welU of facksonvi le. This is one of the most desirable riveryreing I J4 .. .'' '4 ;j''S'3 mJACKSONVILLE '

I seven-4nthc -7th. .r 1DftS..YOUl'ptOftey a bolflC t the, shade trceIswucS-balh mile from post-office.1 fronts in tbevldnhy of JacksoaviUe, Will be divided I AUCTIONEER
evening < ". if '
every Sunday. S For desired. .
Ma bargain. t. -
At a meeting of the Trustees oi the Public Library of j. : '
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., was'lm'Sunday and week-day Kentucky'; Jan. .6. 1815. It was resolved that C. M., FIRSTr'MORTGAGH LAND GRANT 1 : A large, two-story house with ell''large No. 146.* > Sliacrcsoa-' Arlington' river,?adjoining I the t. THE., .. ANDCOMMISSION

III.PrM. ; work.-(Stevens.] -- Bricgs...who under the late Hon. llios. E. Kramlene .'. .. rooms'; thoroughly built,a.d.nhhed in first-fate style. Florida Hbmc.Containing the old vineyard. For sate . ,
wu the real bu&iness manager of the gift concerts with twelve feet : &: one acre of ground covered at a bargan,. L. MERCHANT
1 '. This parish was. likewise.: .theonl P already given in aid of the foblic UbmrrcJ Kentucky, PREMIUMi BONDS; i with fruit[re**Add flowers f pleanantly-located: within J. } ; SALE AND ,LIVERYC. -
: tC ad Jie I it hcrchf tuitt.6rited u take we place made five minute walk f4 the r roddepot! .Price,; ,- No. 147. MBTKOPOLITAH Horn_-This hotel Is '
J :, rectorship which. Avfuifietd ever held Meant b*the 4eih of.BramtetM.ta the management '' $4,500 down,balance on long time desired.: k centrally located.built of the best French brick cad Ismilciom : JffAJt kinds merchandise received on crnsign-
H .t of the affairs eflbe fifth and laM and ; ..Nowoffcrredfcrtaleby (heIK > ." a fin -_ house in.every respect.. For and If'J went and sold at auction or private sale.
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the gift price
: to Churcho1EnTa.nd ; concert *'r(. ":" >"o.90.' 400;acre* I in Oraqg*county I one terms .- .
Norton
that the drawing'announced JOT'--February apply to & Kooker. S.TA.B.LES .

.t :' Surely the historical, association tI olthcse'ffuly (t: shall positively and unequivocally take place on 17,1(7 that GREAT SOUTHERN. RAILWAY Mclonviilc.> ...- t .Price rl.. Is.per. .acre.' \ ', 9 <. 't ''f".CaJJo.o..wrlte.eq..udl&ak'our.alllS .,- . Every description of goods entrusted. to me for sale

'p treat men with this day without any further postponement or delay on any .U f ; will be-disposed ofatBEST -
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par account whatever.' R. t; UURRETTrfres. .. ( i i. .
E i. tsh, must invest this pld church with JoiuiS cAuiSccrdary.S ; 4 ,1 ? gI :t l s. OFFICE COR. OCEAN AND BAY STS. ..JACKSONVILLE.. FLA. J. ; B/McCLENNYJ. ; PWMTIITO. 4 FIGURE POSSIBLE

S a vivid interest to the intelligent ." {Every bond when redeemed'receives premium' VlalIO'J. ,.JIJ'u..ck9III.. -. papets.OII. ,file.'. ".96m'. .- .* *
.to

p- tourist, in,despite of Us homely.aspect Hereafter shouldbe all! communications addreed to the relating tindcnigned.to the Jth and concert I Ipledge'myself l In in place amounts'of interett/according of from'.1 i to the. plan- l'redemption; ," ;. .:4t.VJt.S.'i..J.-CK 5- I- _." ..' '. f., '.". i..- .. ., ': :'! ',, t. ; ..Notice is'given.n to .the:public thaI I 'have purchasedthe.weUknown to the; owner" ,and. prompt- and accurate. returns made.
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; .9 as compared with newer and more that the dra..lnlahall come off February7t p., HU8&EV, JNO .W' HOWELL.UsEv .' HARTRIDGF. STABLES. oppositethe '
I or that every dollar paid lor ticketaihidi be re too : "" '. '' ,f -'! : ,' MEtKOKOJUTAN HOTEL. .and.have. on.hand 't'4 PALMETTO-BLOCK.
elegant structures at tbe Jfortfi and I turned. C 10[. B IG S. Ageniand Manager. $ : tol$25.oop': or-$50.000 -faU '1' t 'ft11AvzRV.L4RniTOCK.J'/1. I,
I' kooml Public Library Bulldine/Loulsville. K -.in.-- f..I. ., : : : 't: : : 5-7-cw3ra ,' : .- Jacksonville. Fla.pEPOT .
West. But rt { OF
s > HQRSES"ANDII
to tlip Episcopalian (ant"! H : & ..
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z.70anwasw .
., : .. t, /\ f er On each bond. -** i< : : : HOWELL: MULES FOR SALE. "
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especially tq..tlie.teor 'Churchman 9' J. p- t red1einue'tsntiicnt; 'oJ"rl .: .'. .. t..: : i C: \ -\ : J:1' I t LUMBER YARDnCONTRACTORS
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t '.. 4 j ), Christ Church is in. other respects .Percale shirts,it nice, at Bucky I. .Bonds allotments' o ., .v: '.I .,. ,r wHOLESALJt.AND RETAIL DEALERS IN '. Those desiring to purchasewill Wit to their ad- I .
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III premiumsilji' to examine this
vantage large and attractive
l unusually
; replete with interest ; having Apply.to -A.t" .-. -- ," .. :' : ": stock,pidapt4 B>aUuses,,1lajD *J.o receiving! ; I -AND BUILDERS

.t been for many: years the Cathedral- A FREE OME.1w1glveIbuUdIot ". EMIL1AAS .co ,t : : .. '.- -4 ; : '
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.Financial% AgenU iOOT'S 'S1H ES 1 '
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: 'A-COMPLETE'duTFlT )F ; .fiJl.fo.D A
Church (as it were) of the Diocese ; :: yi BwWway.-New York Qty .", 1 :
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b new town of I .II. ; i j jr2 : .-
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t I I presided over by that noble" bishop :.- j HARVET-CRAVGKKI. Gctfl Agent .* <. I : '': .LEATHER' & rFiNDiNe?:" :. :: ." BUGGIES PHOTONS AND : FULL.ASSORTMENT OF
I and peerless orator the lihicnted '. t ; ifijVOOD J. L. RDWARDSAntORST.UUS3IE.J : f. ,'. ,. ?f .1.: :. ,; ; ; '
| I Office. Mather& Little's nI.&I'-.Jacksonville; 5- :. '*," S 1' ]DRESSED AND UNDRESSED LUMBER
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CARRIAGES
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Stephen Elliott and pneVho will : : ._ .. tf .. iMOULDINGS
; &ubseatjentlyl Tony* Improve It. .- < a '11 i'it : n ': .Ij." .. \. i.I > AND -SAWED

.5 to'd until lately, by hiceloK( ni4UC. 'GOOD COVERMENT BB | LAND .complete assortment of New,Yoric.and Philadelphia! : ; "'S- "'il" 'of the'latest'styles'.' 'J'' .: i ; ... ? ;HNE. SHINGLES. ,

ill,. cessor, the present | istll1guls11erl I iM ". It pdVal hand : : ... 1 .
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P \yay .on a-;HI : : '<"- I :: CHEAP FOR CASH AT
Diocesan Cast k entered wttMsxiTkaU' ol the depot.and I FOR LIVERY-SERVICE.
Bishop -ckjrhl! Christ THE SCHOONER. I ; I, .. : :
Church : ., ,: "Soleagents'\ ) Jacksonville Samuel Dunbar & Co/s: THE DEPOT LUMBER YARD.
is, aUo I both i iMrmBeTfce n'd LAND i.I't. .1 : : 'wS: hVill bVfumishei
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S in the numerical strength of its 'ommunion Magnolias .MisssndCji1dren'sFineShoes.. ; ; :, I. > .T' iEiSHORTEST'NOTICED: 't' Lumber delivered in all parts'of the city and vicinity.
Rought at%i.ts per acre > odds *- : : -,"(' ;! AT Md at Undines on the river at low rates All 0rIci -
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i" r tt priqcpal' chjirxh la the Jl Ia believed tfcat an governmeM land *a be bund I !.. : ._sent'b3f; n\a ir Ofj dprs 't'all parts 'ofthe.rStite. : < !l t '; r' t v receive prompt. attention., .,

,: S ioces.11ft1'. jbjhli..in! 1hevbol' } 'In the $taitsi' accessible. \ \ fl \fApplV f 1.L ,,Win make regular trip* .c I vi !" .!r..t; > .,and.on 1b41'i.; f' -- LOUIS J. BRUSH
; nte kt'th! between Jacksonville& t JiJlSIi l : : 7.icls.neiis.s5f.u-ch.6.i8._
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Soutfl.Sar'annAJr.'erUSfr.: t WAVERLY HOUSE;or ad. .e i St'Augustine i .'- '-* : I n rrahlarIlUf. 'iIle, :FID.-r. If .1 MOSTREASONABLE TERMS. .

dress at ROSEWOOD LEVY COUNTY. g u.'Freights si low r. ,!: t.t.. _.* rr'l_ ..l.1 ,,',. ". .
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c. B. DIBBLE. n. '. n t. .S Per Day at'home.' Terms fat?.
-; 'r' Z : ( : r j / 1 :r' .Z --r--: -- ,For freight or-passage '- $5- $20 ,

: W BRE YOUR PERFUME COMES -,Jacksonville,January.6, .'75.' .'' *.-yiw&aw" tf .piiio 'WJ1m.", .HiTLocI, i ;VKRY,5:ALE 'DFEEPSTABLESThe "W. Il .9,; ff ... r: -ii.' *and,,-''.:!,.BRITTAIN,Is.my'authoriiedAgent I, Address; G.'STUCSt Portland." &)Co.le.

., .,- t'V t > .f Manager, and will always be {bund at the Stables .
% FROr.-Our fair readers t rt j .JkkoavflIe, 51* .a ready to'aitend to all business* the ; -
be interested Beautiful ; appertaining to es
may Silk Sca,I.variety of color al BUCKY'SJtOfc ai- / i'i A '
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FRUIT &NDVGETAl3LE- . UlB.JUSept 'LNY, .. SHERMAN
learn where ( Or IIC1I1' ; vV.H. -
to COSS
the to. JAMES ,
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most : tl is .'.:fl! .i--.t! ,, ) 4 7J ,- : n.tt
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-_ part-teflhers) grow the sweet perfumes KALE. ; ; On BAY STREET *+* W I ; I -S j I INTERIOR: DECORATOR
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'of whirh'is found Boo ARRIAGE SHOP.. ,.' ,
4 in those and Shoes. .neat and dur.bletBtYCErs.fltcQS. AlD.
llAresofLandiCprn-rLotsUBrpollv*. ': I Yin1c2IupncdKg1ltarliartctiMeI/: fAJSO f/. V ()STE Ea.
fhrbn their tables. S .VPH.
on AIsu"
I pretty dressing Let or Lease ; .. !
4. The cWefplire of their ". v .f S.' : I J i : :fi .' I. P4.. ",. '" ro'. GEORQE f. tEA,
growth arc AVALUABLC1TY fqf / t CORLAURA AND CHURCH STREETS.
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.cARRJAGE-MAKER
the smith of France ami Piedmont '. -- / ) ..
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feetky I iX1l
--. ,, .Corner Julia and Fortylh stree'tt. 'ri".dSk1. J'f; ( CTAU.IN'TIIEUAREET. :
For parucujarf \ st' i a DREWS
: enquire of 4. PAVIS
namely, Montpelier Grasse Nismes y. 4'.t: I' : .t" -.5 S.
,,' C. betfo WyTOThe QB WASHINGTON AND'ADAMS '
C COLUN efty STRUTS
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Cannes and Nice ; these two last Wluchen's Block, :.; ..t. .C&.0 JIH fIr..v.J.; aOWE.U... ..;..,.,1 ..1 !! fcwbjfound - 'I ,
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o,5jJ-goHg- ... .. '..1.7'. ,... oMcr of CMsr md Foriyth'Street*. j4dV1Ltz; FthRIDA. :
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espcrially are the paradise of violets,,, '9 tr AI Cra.i"Hadoila1 HMEADQUAWf ,.. 1-)1"1.k.,;... t. .>:'. BaY ,,Horses boarded and wcjfr cared:fer on reasonable GAME: AND D.REIEP: "ft I 1 t 'DL;Pv/E.i JOHNSON,.HoHtEOPATHJST

and furnish a yearly product of about F ;14 I !'-f-t L" / 4' LI (; >, Wilt buU4. In nrst-cuW style, Carriages, Buggies'aM' .
-4 FLORIDA VIEWS Highest cack UM .ul; .'::6'p-i'c tfE N s';' 711'1t-I : LIghWaon. l. '"nfS'.t. 4 Has removed'* office to Mitchewa netf DutWinfcV
# pounds of'violet blossomx price p.4 for;HU*. Skln'rw*; .
3,000 WOOD I "'' 111.1. co, Come work. north side of Bay between and Uarkef
:' :V. J"" BICKLrgT t" t 1" h.d 't"I-rnnJ.; 'hl'R 1'd\' -. of. . .UMTfM.ay ; street Jlewnan
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