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Title: The new South
Uniform Title: New South (Jacksonville, Fla. 1874 Semiweekly)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 61 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Adams, Carruth & Co.
Place of Publication: Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: March 6, 1875
Frequency: semiweekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in Apr. 1874; ceased in 1875?
General Note: "Wise men accept the inevitable, but strive to shape the future."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 33 (July 15, 1874).
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oclc - 12368935
notis - AKN0866
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System ID: UF00079941:00052
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I.' r ':. '. -, SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH 6, 1875. : NO. 48. ::""


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THE NEW SOUTH. persons, both athom,and : .. ___
abroadj : "
exchanging
ever once, a word:'witb'thepassengernext two hundred and twenty feet. These GROCERIES, AND PROVISIONS.JOHN 'T" 4
have
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MISCELLANEOUS
for : "
acquired a taste itandwoalc: : STEAMERS., .
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... VERWEDNESDAV AND me.?*' When a slave I trees are not beautiful 1.
so nor
r. ..'..I..IIEO sATURDAY.rWfS be.the last to shrink from"any 'of; itconsequences. I: Sat do.they' ; \ I ._.. .
grow to the size of the blue gum" butI CLARK; ,
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But what i 'J & COXETTER'S
do these .
: SUBSCRIPTION: SIDE BY SIDE BY ,MY A1IsTREsandmasterin am certain that they-will grow bet ('. .i%, BROCK

SI..EltI". mail subscribers..ll.50pet'annum.r people mean by social,equality' 'That i ter inthe. soil of 5, .. I' FORWARDING f,- ,
fl"C,(Of ", c\\>ie. f3.no each: and au extra copy is the.question. When know this theircarria'ge, and, yetjibciatequaUty. average Ceylon C., L MATHER.FRANK. E. LITTLE.C'.L.'MATHER '; k..n-
ciub often received at one time.o'PIU ." .. ,.
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eYry ; did ,
..lie c1t0! we can tell whether ,their fears farewelt : :not exist.. Every "AHD i -

!\! '1.,,:',< aWl*cb ,subscribers.T"'ewy cop ft**,|**r l-Annum.; Fifty cop1CS.4' Ten- or ill-founded,'and whether- ,this day tam spoken herein.this capital How to pronounces."Polish' name, COMMISSION ," '; ,,' CONSOLIDATED RIVER LINE. ,
toPts .
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caclo, bill favors what they so earnestly'deprecate -' by? gentlemen'who do not 'recog' sneeze. three times and say skL MERCHANT & CC .: :
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AIJ1.F.KTIS1XCLATES.: or not. nize'me.' socially their equaL: A ,AVD DIMeS IH -

oo per inch or let*.first Insertion: great'man things are 'essential "NEW ARRANGEMENT.
SIIP-WUltU'1 Under the old slave to,social \: 4 i '
J uct m>ertian. 50 cents.gULt : system; \rith PROFESSIONAL CARDS ac:. ,Rp ERIEa.: j ,PRO 1SI0NS. GRAIN. .
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I ,1...'aub1rq. 'i.fS per loch or leoA,first insertion: each which these gentlemen :'are yell; ac- ;fequalitj i 'The hod-carrier: and -- : .-.- -t .-..- --- .. -"- -- i.. 'HAY. ',' ... ., 'J l: Until Lather nod*lbs cpslthig that Ji..
SDaItS.c, .
f eill
hwertion. 75 Cfl*. qualntedandndeih i 1i 1 the.Millionaire'areequal: : as..to rights MEDICINE SURGERY, MIDWIFERY : : .. tare JaduonrUk daily at 9 m.,H. far PlJatka and
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.beijueiK iermediae
( was born '
landings.as diows ; .: ;,..'
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:il'C 4' \lin.,eo CCIIb pn I.e.Tuw' and, as we used to say :fotcblsdojv! fcUhej;; street, and equal. as to proprietorship .- SCKGSOM-MAJOK EVERITT.u.. D,'J'enor..the Sole Agrnct, for Florida for :. .
CASH IN A DVAi4CI.MJr FLORENCE .
Royal CoUenoTSurgeoiM,Coronated ,
in Doctor '
when their of Mediciae Averul'sChemical STATIONERSAND
respective
ADAMS. CARRUTH & CO.. tte had a great deal of' society?:wjtliwhite mod Philosophy,.Lkem *ef MkhriJcr*aa4 ,Paint.and ". I ;Frcea'g.i'DYatd1.ur.
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homes ': e S .
lacksonville. Florida. people, but not the least bit of ; bntieitherhastheright to Disease: of Women and Children; Licentiate of the WbItSSPattIII Money Drawer Tuesdays aJIIiFrida
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"equality." It was a one-sided.'set enter. the door of the'.other' without UBivcniaes,.......:....... al London, Edinburgh;'SI'ADdmrwud, Agent forl Tcscbbg.t Ralhosd dodt. ,

-Letter From Fred. Doue1aas.EliDr ciety." Voluntary on one. side and that others invitation u or' 'consent.Socliteqnilify 'FoeutIj'Czcoioi,, and Obmtric S4oii..js. ,-""' ST iinUZ2IE BAKER. .- STARUGHT., '.f-
Involves Chief with Sir James Y.Simp**.'Baronet of ,
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"I h FromHATTTE R.aiI-.t
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involuntary other. Wharf
Chronicle on .There.was a.cl5urpoDajorofCavalry ADd Iafatryol M U4adrs
of Washington : nothing mutual about it. If, : of jcKdice\ t .f tThirright pf choice is notpTeOUS Authot ol-tbe Aloua4ic: Practice 111 Medicme aDd Sur- YOLUSIA.. ,, i Books llers : 1'InutafS' .:
have already allowed me my old fery-A xmw rniu>sonnc rcAcncx that .
You : Inrariably "
SIlt: master at time'wanted J less ,'I|6, the humble and poor life and iraalth from death and 1M Attested rescues > AltO ( : ,, : .. '
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liberal space in your columns to speak any my'm than.the: high and rich. Aaa colored by TwnrrmAjts practice in E rop and America., It Van;Brunt JtBro's. LinSaulngPackets .. '.,' ,r::' ,.,r ., ,. h ", : o- ..- -- -
whether .
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( whichI pany, to ride, to walk:; or sit ahulBtety cum all kind ofdtaeiM lmw ._ 'o rIu'sbIppdwh1rs.Sattird rw-
of people or ( : '
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in the interest my maa-J&ask>onlr such .1 .. ,and
down with him he had 'protection by usual to the more hizhlr xmnized wnmc.t _h",," .FROM NEW YOR % SaatnIaJ'J.-.biJnia4:
sincerely. You will now not to addressme cspnctnl care l> devoted and he -"- ; dock ..
the. : to removal of "
thank you law as freely! granted to the all ft-: '. ; "' -' t
a respectful and polite Invitation pep male, obstructions,and paint from whatever ,"_ JACKSONVILLE, -FLORIDA THROUGH [.
debt and sense of obligation caufte: t36IGI Bay Street.JacksonviCtJTorida I IXAUS3 BOATS. ,
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my of all Tolors. I Lessen .. !J.
increase my to do He pie ask that ray color UKvered: and orders left at the SurEic.aI Qf: ;" ,
by allowing me space for a so. had but to commandmy shall'no d ''as'a liCe respected., i Pay ncnt,;:laccordinx to mutual agree .. For Enterprise and intenaedlatgluiSaci*:. .. !
Ibngerbe treat crime
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ment
words more, especially with refer- part was to obey. Good as his arjoVthat Ihejrianhood'of rood results follow moneys A doe honorably course Monadic returned Treatment.wne' ao WILLSON I & WHITLOCK. HAVE JUST REMOVED STARLIGHT, from JtaOraui wharf c.*Mawfayt. ..4
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TO THEIR NEW I j1
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my -
his ,.. Thursday*.
ociety: wasI Oltice hours 5 Thos. ..
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the pending civil rights bill. hb ber *Ladies.from roe. .to z P OLibrCtn- : .. ,to, A.WillsoaRAILROADS. '" "
ence to longer. insulted by the denial of tiemeii fica*to6 p.m. dirty. Degrees and Diplomas .AND_COMMODIOUS STORE ON HATTIE firoia Shipyard wharf om TaeMUy M While 1 regard the Senate bill as incomparably OFTEN FOUND IT GREAT,CORE: rights'.which! ( re'; freely accorded framed for inspectioo.. .All risits and commmicationf '. IX Saturday*... ,
; ,to. held
better than the one passedby and would have ; aacred. Surgery and Medical Office Nos. 6 and } Ret nlinc.leave PaUuVa daily (Soala exeeeerd
:. gladly separated myself every,othr race .and nationality. I MA90Mnr HALL;in.a former Insurance Office;faulting GRAIN. :FLOUR' '''ANDFEED BAY STREET; NEAR .LA'URA aDd EataPrise flit Monday T-aday
the House it does seem to me of from it, but the old roan would. ask that loyal men who assisted ins Bay.Hose corner: DIner of of Laura Cedar and.street. Residence, Wareriy .. ,. ,. ; and Friday.morpugs, ,

that one the insist ) Fonyth m.,Jacksonville.. Manufacturers, ; ,., Fiefehis received'iur at >their -
or ibid& -
the utmost importance upon my staying with, him. 11 ving;Ithe country shall not be denied '-jotfW \ < nspectiveaorae -, ,
WHERE
WILL ,
ether of these bills shall be immediately saw all round me much pleasanter civil rights in deference to the malign M. & CORN:: ,MEAL. Iio.UNY." CRACKED. .',I: BE .FOUND! Agent Hattie"J.BROCKJ and Florence.

passed.: There are urgent rea society than his, but even that society sentiments, of (defeated' rebels'and, ARTHUR A. BIRNEY : CORN RYE ,"-'* C.M.A&aI DAVIS. :: ;
Scariuih
MEAL GRAHAM .
for this both in the hard lot of shrunk from when .. "
sons me they saw: me in traitors, ATTORNEYS A LARGER ASSORTMENT

the colored people in the South, andin company with the "old man." A UTHO' SOUGHT TO ,DESTROY THE FLOUR,CRACKED WHEA Tc.: 'T.TEWYORAND t
.. COUN- :
the necessities of the Republican deeper shade is given to this unequal 4M STREET, NO 330' OFSTATIONERS' .L_ ; ..1 ;
1 TRY. SCROLL SAWING & WOOD TURNING .
itself. If that bill is passed and society when we look a little further I si :' .:
party WASHINGTON -
becomes the law of the land the coun- into the relations of Its members. ,A ; .,To those,who pretend to think me CITY TO ORDER.: SUPPLIES, FERNANDINASTEAMSHIP: ::.1.:

will have its doubts removed as to state of facts existed in this "ndifferentor,inactive regard to the N. BETTES: i ,.
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try regard civil J : Woog: Sawed, Split, and Deliveredby ;1; ; f.'.
rightslbill: I have : .
the vitality and soundness of the Re- which should tinge with shame these only to say I THAN IS TO BEFOUND. IN LINE. ".
that:I have.lwritten and 'asl .' .. t )
publican! party. It will show that its fighters against social equality. Two spoken PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Cord.or.Load. -
much .in its favor:las-:.themselves. A .
leaders are still in earnest ; that they hundred years the.:people of'this .i' ,
ago hundred towns and i ( cities of this coun- Jacksonville, Fla. Loss Block Bay Street.'opposite out Mill and Whar ANY 'of HER HOUSEiNFLoR-.
still believe in the great principle of country were, on the one, white 'andon OrricB-Opposite Oceaa House,cornet of Adams ,
freedom and quality assented in the the other side. black. There was tr'yj can,bear witness' to the truth of and Ocean streets. ,- 6-:7-6m: ,CKSONV1LLE.FLA.T. IDA, FERNANDINA,FLA.,Octoler'i';:;::7.flt
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this assertion. I have disposition WIUo1l: IS-66 '..,,'
Declaration of Independence and reasserted no intermediate"race or color in the no. W. WHITIOCK ; : "f".kl

in the amended Constitution country. But how'stands the case today to question the efficiency of those who W R. ANNO, ,. AT PRICES COMPETING WITH PRICES NORTH POINT, v: "1i

of the country, and that, sink or swim, ? You are confronted by more I have committee-rooms merely hung about the Capitoland AITORNEY-AT, -LAW, CHARGED ;-FOR GOODS OF' THE, SAME : Capt.SMITI1.iif;

fall or flourish, they mean, to standby than a million people who are neither ofCo gress. : "' > U :> it
and They have doubtless done well within Office, in Reed' Block: Bay.Street, JACKSONVILLE; PENSACOLA AND DESCRIPTION IN NORTHERN;CITIES: t1
that principle by just white black. '
inference from it., every nor their sphere', and I thank them 'for all Yecku.viifr.Fl.rii.. I LI] MOBILE-- RAILROAD. CO. VICKSBURG: 'If;i '.1 #'

UNDER WHAT SOCIAL.RELATIONS they have done when G..AL Capt.RUDOLF. :r "- ro:: 1.,
f they turn SL4wa' xxDrNt4 Orpici.l
AT THIS MOMENT OF GLOOM, was this result brought about? i upon me and charge me as:,failing in H. A. ...TTI5O&;'. A. *. MMJC, TALL.ufASSD.December 19, 1874.yOa \JVE INVITE J "- .-M e
when the old disloyal element of the and after SUNDAY.: DEC.'*> 1874. Paste-, These steamers saU from New York,Pier s.North- .
charge it as the direct result of the social my doty they display neither modesty, & MEEK ger trains oath road win ma as follows?.: ''I .THE ATTENTION OFCITY <, River,erery Saturday,and from Fernandina':Railroad '
country seems steadily rising to power inequality which for charity, nor justice PATTISON Wharf .'- .' S
two centuries DAY PASSENGER, Daily Sundays excepcej.AM. : very .. > .t'1
and all reactionary elements are prevailed in the South. The black "S.FREDERLCK: DOUGLASS.The A TTORNEYS- iAv.. -AJ ...1 AND COUNTRY DEALERSAND ::- .

rampant, andAPOSTATES e : LcaYe,JacboaviDe:. 7.40 Leave Savannah..:. 8.09 FRIDAY.. -
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of the South .. -
woman the
was subject to ". Baldwin:""'-.... Iso CTiattahoochee 6.50 .
FROM OUR RANKSare will of her master, and also subject to Eucalyptus or Australian Blue _Office. ReQua's buildiD,.-Jacksonville., Fhu> ** Lake City_. IO.SO .. ,Qui1IIy :.. 8.30 For freight or passage apply to ': ..
.. Ta11aI
grinning in the faces, and squeez. all those who belonged to the master- CanuTiee. ..1 Live'O2k..za.35" asseeloQ p. ... ,oil
JOhNSON M. D. .1 JofadhoD.... .. _._ .THE PUBLIC GENERAlLY TO OUR HERM. GELPCKE. Agent: :
Madison _
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class-for the A in the ''S
hands of who hated slave the correspondent
the
ing men once was not only Ceylon Tallahassee_ .
Un Oak.... -
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".30 WiI st.'New
.. TRADE. Was
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but noonly despise them, the pass slave to her master, but the slave to Times gives the following particu- HOMCEOPATHIC Quincy ,. ..' ,Lake 11zy_ 6.00 STOCK SOLICIT .' 'A -
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Lrrive Cbattahnochee __
ing of this bill would.be such a mani- all the white members of society. ars'about the Eucalyptus globulus, or PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. ,I. ,Sanmaah_ 9..5 Jacbcnn-1Ie-Baldwin 9.5 8.10 -ftf. WOODWARD. 'f'. ,''

festation of courage and fidelity as Against this sort of society the voice Australian blue 'gum.tree, in New Office Passengers
would greatly redound to the creditof of no Southern Senator has been rais Zealand: and 'Ceylon' "I lived fora streets between, in Mitchell's Ncwaa new..aad building Market, north streets side,of nearly Bay Wednesdays and and Fridays,and return Tuesdays.Thun- loTioswtf 'Fernandina,Florida.- ...
days
the Republican party, and help to ed. Their learning, their wit, and their number ,of years in New Zealand, opposite the Post O&ce.w >99u Saturdays. : !
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NIGHT AND
check the lawless spirit of th South. eloquence have all been expended he, writes*. ",,the province was very EXPRESS.Daily. I CHARLESTON FLORIDA >

My people killed there because against what they call social wet i indeed.and colonial fever or as L. COAN, r.- ... '" P.M. PRINTING.THE: : : : I -
are equality. Lean. Jacksonville.. 4.00 Leave Sayx.m.k._ .__ : : ,. .. STEAMP4CXET.CO., .
they are supposed to have been, or In their opposition to the civil rights it is cailcd in Ceylon,..jungle. .fever 'JUSTICE OF THE PEACE" ,.. Baldwl"Lake City.:':"_.; 5.SS 8.12! ..- Live Oak_A. *. ,: :I .. -,-:-:::,--- --.-.-
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are about to be abandoned by the Republican bill they hive either failed! tw cvmpivhend r- -r : e. L -... L uwdL-__. 1..2 "'

We need the measure it or have grossly perverted its very'prev lent'-among the inhabitants' NOTARY 'PUBLIC. '.* Savnnaah.... 8.50 Arrive'Jacksonville._ 9.10 NE SOUTH I OF SEHEDULE.; :
party. ,
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not so much for its literal execution meaning and effect. myself l 'among them. After some Office In SOLARYE'S BLOCK- Non.-A Special Train wilt leave Tallahassee Saturdays .' ,. The steamers k

as for its moral effect.WE I should like to ask those gentle. years I: left' New Zealand and took up Corner BAY and PINE streets. connecting at 3.40 with p.Savannah m,arriving Train.1 at Live Retunum Oak 9.n; p.leave m.. JOB AND BOOK PRINTING DICTATOR, AND, CITY POINT:, ..

residence in Victoria in Live Oak m.,arriving at Tallahassee at S. >r"CHANGE
who this bill the aj a pan 3 a. 50 a.m. .
ny "
men on ""
oppose Until further notice wfll
WAST IT BECAUSE: IT IS RIGHT Jacksonville.' ; Fla. sail as follows:, .
ground that it tends to social equal-; densely wooded with g m-treesand ROBERT WALKER. ESTABLISHMENT. '
and because now that it has been debated r .. during the: I lived there I only Receiver and GenL Supt. THE STEAMER.DICTATOR., "
ity. years KNIGHT, T. C.SPOONER. Master Trawportation. 5UCK -* '. '
for years, if it shall be defeated had one attack colonial fever, which A.A. CAPTAIn LEO VOGEL,
WHAT THEY MEAN BY SOQAL EQUALITY?
cur condition as a class will be rendered happened in a year remarkable for Y takes the lead in the latest styles of Silk and Win..tmtn further notke.Ieave CHARLESTON every '
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worse than it would have:! been What is it composed of? How is it drouth, when l stock died off by thousands i ATTORNEY LAW. Fur Hats. njtfA. TUESDAY SiSDAY-afternoon evening,and lot SAVANNAH FERNANDINA.every JACKSON WED.- .

had no attempts been made to pass it. defined ? What conditions are essen- .the trees' were stripped of theirark I No. org's Block,, up stairs G., & W. I. T.'CO.'S RAILROAD.' The proprietors are prepared: to execute orders for ?'!LLE. PALATKAand & Laodings.RETURNING ., '

I counsel nothing, however, inconsistent tail to its existence ? Where does it > ,and 10 per cent. of them were 3-tsswly Jacksonville.Fla. ., every description of j

with the success of the Repub-- begin ? Where does it end? Whatare snuffed out altogether. During that FROMFERNANDINA .. : J .

lican party in urging this bill ; but I the laws by which it is regulated? season fever was a common complaint A BUESING, J ,TO CEDAR KEYS. PLAIN OR ORNAMENTAL PRINTING., and.W3I JACKSONVILLE leave PALATKA every') SATURDAY FRIDAY inoroiag.morning,'' .1. '

see success in the line of its principles, As the matter stands now, they hroughout the district, .and those Al.. to suit the tides FERNANDINA day.arrivinc .'
RespecduUy calls the attention of the citi/ens and merchants '(;OIMC SOCTH. COltK KOBTH.Lert in SAVANNAH and CHARLESTON every SUN- /
and nowhere else. It has nothingto make social equality something quite who took the trouble! to think at all to te BEAUTIFUL SOAP he manuEacrures.It *'. 47T1,(. DAY. *
by deviation or leaning terrible and is the best Washing, Barber and Toilet Soap ever F 'ft2ndi gain any mysterious, not to say: on the subject came to the conclusion made. This Soap Is put up in boxes contain: 80 lbs Callaban____7:35 sai as CARDS. TIlE STEAMER CITY POINT.Cirrani .. ;
toward reaction. That position has awful. the best to find of the fever and bars. '- 3.50k. ,, "
Perhaps way that the appearance was 90 Baldwin J -r 9 ar. VISITING CARDS. ].w.FITZGERALD.
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Orders should be addressed to ___9)010 ar.Starke. twin
already been conspicously and per- out what social equality is,, will,be to due! to the absence of the volatile exhalation A. BUESING. Box 77t. ... ..;.. ,,11:37 jaj 1:18 WEDDING CARDS. leave CHARLESTON every SATURDAY even.''

manently taken by a party from whichit inquire and ascertain, if possible, from the gum leaves. Of .z6tf Jacksonville, Fla.. Gainesville..-.'..-, .:so 11:10. .:i'. Iq.SAVANNAH every SUNDAY afternoon: for FER- I
fBILLHEADS.
Aitber- ., NANDINA
3:50pm JACKSONVILLE. PALATKA and
cannot be wrested. Our strengthis what it is Let to the that the ,- 9:49 .: .
not. us now go cOurse it is well known Broaaoa.-- 3:55 904am I Intermediate Landings. i

in keeping on our ground. Any outer circle and travel toward the cen eucalypti. 'shed, their bark and nothelr.leaves" RICHARD McLAUGHLIN, Cedar Keys. 6:30 6:30 LETTER HEADS, RETU.RNING :

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concession to the prejudices born ofsla.eri tre, and we,may thereby be able to so that the fact: of fever, REAL ESTATE AGENT CONNECTIONS.At CIRCULARS
Win leave PALATKA i
is solve this mystery of social equality. visiting the district at. a time when 7 Ismlk ,F/.riJA.. 2urlcston FERNANDINA.and Savannah with Mondays Steamer at 4 City a. m.Point:steamer from POSTERS-1 JACKSONVILLE every eevTUESDAY WEDNESDAY morning a nlllL M" I

FOLLV AND WEAKNESS OE THE WORST The question is, what makes social the trees had been stripped of their All sorts of Real Estate bought and sold; Money in- Dictator\from With Charleston and Savannah.Thursdays at BRIEFS. suit CHARLESTON the tide,: FERNANDINA and SAVANNAH same every day arriving?HU S-zz
a. mi steamer Llrrie Baker: from Savannah
RIND. equality ? Is it living in the' same: leaves by drought drew people's attentiOn ,estd.Taxes paid Titles examined.. 4 irunswick and St. Mary's. Mondays, at 6 a.m; for PAMPHLETS. DAY. .

It exposes the with some show world, breathing the same air, and to the .subject, the more especially Rims nv-nitMnsiON. to William! A tor, Esq., hose points on Fridays at 8 a. m. THROUGH TICKETS AND BILLS OF LADING -
party, BLANKS OF ALL KINDS. GIVEN TO NEW-YORK. PHILA
of truth, to one of the most .destructive feeling the genial rays of the, same as atjhat: ( very time! the local Lewis NewYork H. Redner.: Cx-Gov.: Philadelphia A.ti. Curtin.; W.:Bdlefonte.Stokes Boyd.Pa.; sonville At BALDWIN at 4:07 p. m.with:for J)aa.'IOUYille P, & M. R.at R.yxa from a.m.lack- DELPHIA. BALTIMORE. .

charges which can be brought sun? Then the Bushman and Hot aperswere' teeming with 'argumentsas Philadelphia.G.Ambler.Banker. |acksoaville. Fla.: At GAINESVILLE,with tn-weekly stage line for COLORED PRINTING AND GILT WOR These'Steamers connect with Florida Railroad aff

tentot of Africa is socially 'the equalof the eucalyptus wasa Henry Tucker: Boston. Mass. 3-t8-iy-pd Tampa; with stage line for NewnansvOle, Tuesdays 0 .. ernandtna,Jacksonville.Peasacola&Mobile Railroad: .
against it and that is to whether '
:! Jacksonville
insincerity, and Fridays at St. Johns Railroad at Tocoi: for St.
the best society in London and or'not.. Again ," Augustine,with steamers at r"alatka'for)Me&envBk
cvet-d
cowardice' and { t
hypocricy. The party : strcyer & KOOKER, At CEDAR KEYS.with steamers to and from New Enterprise and the upper Si.Jolu 'I.and wick sftamen
can far better take all the odium of Paris. Well, if it is not living in the when the Wakati goldfields were NORTON Orleans every Saturday. With steamers from Ky -, : for the Ocklawaha river. 'lo-nll '

passing the bill than be lashed and same world, opened up in.1863 fever was a perfect REAL.Jacbom ESTATE iDc.DEAlERS Florida. corner Ocean and BJJstreets. West.and With Tampa.Steamer Fridays Cool,;from from Tampa.these places Sundays Thursdays. :fort'ampa ,

despised for its lack of manliness-its THEN WHAT IS IT ? scourge in the district but about a Money loaned: on Real Estate KC1II t,. General Suwannee, Mondays.Fridays With for Suwannee Steamer,Tuesdays.Wawencck: ,froM ,CHEAP. NEAT AND PROMPT.BahnnraU. FOR OKAHUMKEE !
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Insurance dealers in PineLands .
Life and Fire Agents and ,
HARRIS EUSTIS AND GRIFFIN -1"
afterwardsit
want of courage in carrying out its Is it living on the same continent, in year or eighteen? months ,Plantations&c. Springfield suburb a specialty., D.*'F.: MAXWELL Superintendent., .

convictions. In my judgement the the same country, in the same State, 'was a rare,thing to hear of a case. I I Correspondence solicited- '3 aSswtf "5-13 : ) .BtMles.and-"0 Pc-.at BUCKVS.numv. SILVER SPRING,, .

future of the Republican party depends the same city ? It is evident that attribute! ,the. .disappearance:: of the I G. ,BROWN Carpetbags and Ladies' Companions at BUCK. .. And other Laadings'oB.the Ocklawaha vu. .->- I>t
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disease to'th number of trees .count. n.urx' AOAUS.
upon no three things more than these: neither of these conditions embracethe ? ; gum JohN '

the civil rights bill, giving President idea of social equality;; for' a man planted in the district a'protection, AUCTION ,AND' ,COMMISSION, T I... KEENE .. GOLDEN' & ,ADAMS, :r ., .:; ft
Grant this kind of tree
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all O
The Steamer
needful power to keep the may live in the same town and 'yethave igainsUhe'wind ; ...r. '-

Peace of the South, and seating P. B. i social with thousands : being' chosen on(account ofjts rapid DEAUEKIM DtALXXS IX OKAHUMKEE *:
S. Pinchback no fellowship Nowhere have I' seen a. FRUITS VEGETABLES. GROCERIES. PRO : BAY STREET, JACKSONVILLE. FLA. .,,. '
in the Senate his jrowthi j FINE GROCERIES A.L.RK*.Master -
upon ,
of his fellowtownsmen.But : .
equal CROCKERY GLASSWAREBay ; .__ .. .
credentials. growthoftheSe VISIONS. ', Dealer *
The colored people, and let little Does stronger &proofOf'therapid: rr Win leave JicksonvuVevery THURSDAY morning
us come a nearer : .
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food. many 'who are not colored be- the TtreeVthaa in the lower Taeriplains .street. 11-14 tfI MILLINERY : FRENCH CONFE"CTI NER 1'. at 8 o'clock. *
street walking on ,
living on -
same GEO. LFOSTERAeit.
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l glA to consider Mr. Pinchback a perfected -. the same sidewalk, riding on the same bflh: ? OUga, where, ;i have, Jacksonville,FU..July as,1874-7-ajtf;.. v ....d 1
FOREIGN 'AND DOMESTIC FRUIT ALE
, man. There is noT stain upon street-car, standing upon the same: ieentrees three'years old from thirty : WHOUSALB OKDfcKS AT 4ATAHXAM PMCIS.I, FANCY AND DRESS GOODS I WINE LIQUOR. CIGARS : -. -;- --- ;..'1

the loyality of Pinchkack, and he has deck or sleeping under the same roof to forty feet high, and these plains. ':TOBACCO, ETC. B.',HUBBARD, In ;:; ,;< .

the same right of recognition by the involved i in 'the which, when I'saw 'them first, were : ,H..ROBINSON; Has'just riaiyeJfromNewYorkalUll assortment. of SAAIUEL ;. -: ....t'{
comprehend.what.is the above named of the Hare In store and to trrfre .
Senate dotted' WHOtWALl &UTAILDRU'G.G'I'ST'
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that Governor Kellogg has. destitute of timber, are now Tathonvz7IeFla. ':d ,
idea of social ? I
equality no-
suppose ., .
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"the one is a dtfacto Governor, the body with any brains will contend over with clumps' of, 'magnificent.blue ,. LATEST STYLES AND FASHIONS.: FIRST-CLASS GOODS, tJoiW '

other is the tit flu/" Senator. While that they do.A jwns' .to these, I believe, roust be.attributed Hoeg-s Block: ,'Bay St.; 'f T ; TERMS CASH the Importer. and,Dealer: in / .*'.}*:
making theyciferat
rebel generals the dryness of the soil compared :TLORIDA Wbkh.br :
,, JACKSONVILLE, : Ai5os05 assortment of ladles and,gentlemen's I. V. I
MAN MAY. SIT AT MY SIDE. LOWEST PRICES. .
'TTH its.formercondition. ,hequantity ... HARDWARE, IRON :AND 'STEEt,
NO SIGN OF REPENTANCE t ; I coMrotnroiiio puacBimoio A SPBOALTT.PLORIDA I' .- -;,- : -
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in a theater or at the dinner table of of, moisture_ yabsorb from ., ,KID GLOVES. and
lIpon them, strut into the American W olthe Ladles called to onr; EDGE TOOLS.TABLE POCKET ,
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be far above below SOIL Those.who h;
and the
Senate a hotel yet as or. .being enormous; stock having &en'ITtba.ed so recentyadmitsof
and this loyal colored man is me socially as heaven ve'the :were among the early arrivals in Hokatika ; My being: sole. .!. at exceedingly" ,., .. i MAILLARDS SUPERIOR CANDY ; cUTLERY, ,:: _iiJJ '

ept knocking years at the doors, earth. Well what then is social l 'will 'remember how; prevalent : '. '' : Nails, Glue Putty, ,Glass. Paint ,.Oil ,; Ur! -
U makes And to our assortment of
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'iCES.$4Call ?
us appear more generous to equality? for it is evident that we have fever and'ague:were there. Now how .LOW, .' LEATBnBELTL"lC.1tUBBEAPAcicuro.

enemies than just to friends; more not found' it by this negative different it''is. Oo'e'seldom hears ofa PHOTOGRAPHIC, FRETTING i PRESERVES JELLIES, ETC. :
amiLle yet \ I and see. 11-7-4" ; sTOVES 'TJNW XEIlY puMps14*
to the IlE. CJlO< :
usihan men who fight against method. But once more : It is voting case; 'o C fever except, among, those .-IT ,, ." .........,..-.:' ..
to those who fight o .our side. 'whohave! ,the interior Ladies'underwear to be-ob.aiDedOat BUCKVS..Tj PIC-NIC PARTIES wOI find it adnmtafeoM to 'Lead and IronPlpe \ t'-
ballot-box into :
the drinkingwater pushed .
.The fundamental at same : diggers :PUBLISHING COMPANY; call.**We shall. the rcplenUUog LUNCHEON ?. ,! "u i iDOORS.SASH.BUNDS.MOULDINGS.SVGAR
and
,ital perpetual, from the same stream, seatedin ; of the country"where, .,swampy aiSKETSatpecialtr. ..4MillsEvapcrators
objection to the passing of the having and :ATLANTIC: :BLOCK, BAY STREJACoNYILLE.: lOBERSON & MAPSON : JarPurchases
CIVIl the same Senate .chamber, 'or ground -decaying, vegetation are dcCvoed gratis, "
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lights bill is its supposed tendency j_% &c.: -" _
-' one's name on the same roll? No the predominating ,features. Taking FLA. Have'opened a first-class GOLDEN & ADAMS -

the to promote social equality between this cannot be, for it entirely excludes 1t.for.granted then,/that.the- (Eucajyp- Where branch of p o tislturi.GrmipIandscapetb Ron StatUs Front lw1d1 .Bear Grand Na.. RHfi"r; 7/"j, and The, ,J,:.t -
white every SALOON "
and colored of this SHAVING :, ..i&i Jotult ordtr : )
people the idea of kindred character and disposition tus is a fever-destroying tree; it might -and .Iimi-tf ""V. PhotECtaphy is AuccesstuOy con .tl,4 tf ,tiooal Hotel. JacfaoniriUe. Florida, z dl/. *

what country. This, if I understand it, is and involves'the absurditythat be made useful in Ceylon by planting skilledEUROPEANAND.AMERICAN, comer: of Bay and Pine streets where aB she modern r a,: I

gives such serious trouble to Senator Senator Norwood, with his stale it, round the coolip. lines or' Dcras ARTISTS 'loond.appliance: They wed by afao the furnish best saloons at all hours in the country: '
Mentman Saulsburyi Bayard, Gordon, jokes and coarse witicisms at the expense bungalows! the,coffee, estates, ,and -. .A." G. ORAWMaaagei.- ; Nrt -.
and others from the late of a race which has not a -- I have no 'doubt the effect: would be P.S...Any Hotel or Boarding-House that has not llOT AND 'COLD ATHS. SALE. .From Paris France.(lately Foreman of the S&aka, Si2C States. representative beca&akn by Mr.Grant can tend In name nd sddres*. : hind DTcbzc essabUthmcat).
< the floor of the Senate to felt l irj'ayery short! time 7h two < HI!
on 'Ticket eIt the bearer to eight staves,for sale i Located oa the St.Johns river and Shell road two mflci "Mf

IX REPLYING TO THESE, GENTLEMEN reply to him, is socially the,equal of varieties which r am'inclined to think l'i: for tijoot eight sEaves,hair cutting and shampooing: below. city of Jacksonville n acres tndX rVauriftilriver I NEW: >DYEING- AND SCOUR1SG. ESTABLISHMENT. .. -- --..,?,...
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$ hills.
view: foodhtsm. airy room: ijaaa grape
1 have no cowardly:disclaimers against such gentlemen Senators. ,FreHnghuysen would do: best here: arc the stringy pR : $1.50 : y-.y. '.J -.JCIO orange tree*. %)*7eABV old ra bearing ., -') "- ''--

social: equality to make, for ill know Bootwell, Edmunds bark and' iron ark, as they ,are generally US each gas T.lr. Chester ELCIAN-OATS.Com;MAMMOTH. R. .P. Ei" : JOHNSON:,' IIOMOEWPATHIST" 1' -E r. variety...;.good igs\dtIa&miVaMbuSS..aod.This: 1 b one mt the ahnabb most*j- Ladies'. nod Centk'-'zWcaring LaceCartaias: Apparel." ..., .''-.to:, :

*wt social equality is I bav rather Sherman, Conkling, Thnnnan, and. 'found growing in sandy or CUIlN.aad&ail.Ji; peck Imported Si:' KUibelj:' boshd $&..,Oicula-ijS&by :D, ; -. ; itrabUpUcnkforahomeontheScJohns.the pwRhmSTMoaey remain secured Title_good.th and other fine &bi&most Lace carefully Shawls.cleaned tsdiytd- *,,' ..

favorable of it. others. I have traveled an English: rocky soil in their native State whereheightoftcn sad t+mfU facJtmffi of Seeds frrt for. stamps. HaaftIIOftICI his effic.: to MUAeff IIIIW beading. Pan. t .between Ncwnu and M .
opinion Having I Addressr 'u--'I'; > '-: NP.BOYER.paa ." north side of Bay street between Newnan and MarkeinwiyoppcsItethe r:1l1Call.: .ora, E.H.. MASON. lJOIInS. -. -. a. '
wotted: t' of P... Omce.v h .. si...H-iitf.'. On the premises* t 3Tt-e.d
pretty freely with white stag -c03Ch, (or. .*daysftogetherrwthoui J lbev..ittatn"i ;;;a. .great.:!. Vi".: > ,,M Psrlesbarg Chester Co Pai.'- ,
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t+ 1i -*rTHE: N'E\V-SOUTHTSEM\I--WEEKLY.\ JACKSONVILLE, 'SATURDAY' MARCH 6, VSfj-. .T r'o' : 1

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I THE NEW SOUTH uttingon of a-new designation without Commoor: Vanderbilt., standing that i should" resolve itself into 'ciil4i;; Jintous.=A Taw was enacted Valer. Apportion ttesoluUon 1 spat-- HOTELS AND BOARDING'HOUSU.

at the session of the Legislature just red on his fingers but it was not noti-
any change of feeling or opinion is We are informed that committee of the whole for consideration section of the ce d. After the down =
J.So ADAMS. ); Cmmodor closed, amending the fifth putting pitcher the HOTELS
14 i .1 com CEO. K.Bl'CKSIMU CMKCTH.J V ADAMS CARRUTH & CO. an attempt to deceive, and this I par- V&nderbilt, with a company friends, ol f the then pending sundr civil appropriation j uryactof 186 M? a to require the jovernor rubbed both of his! eys with his CITY

icularly true in the prevalent use of the lias'krnVal o 'a''Jsit. and is quartered bills, but when the time arrived, ummoning net more.tbsn fifteen nor fi inger, and tbe poisonous solution soon

f i J. S. ADAMS. EDITOR. prefix of 'Conservative" as applied tony at the St. James. As the Commodore, Gen.. Cobum immediately antagonized i ess than twelve persons t serve a caused great pain.' The use of glyccr-i TALLAHASSEE- FLORIDA.

------- ---- -.--. party or individual. the use ofthe ; the New and then the grand jurors. This may be very wet.but ne as a soothing remedy was suggestedrand -
TO CORRESPONDENTS AND OTHERS. I by qUlulrpl ngtbc tracks over it with the Force Bill there is likely to be trouble an application was made at W. P. SLUSSER Proprietor.!

'*. ,4. 4 I(era .Tocal interest Are nolicited from all para of the word has any significance, I indicates -' York: Central_ a goue far tocommand, straggle ''commenced.' _The Democrats ninth section of the amended act, which once. .Contrary to expectations, when

L i U '' State Also,'communication*on subjects general a purpose by a mere change 6f thoiranttion of the Korthern por"- were not generally in their leLt but p rovides that not more than twenty- he glycerine was applied to the irritad -

1 interest,especially educational social and'n.Ultnal to criticism that otherwise hree less than sixteen shall te portion of the it increased the ThU Hotel having lately
nor two
_pies. Correspondents bouIJiiake their Idlers ai ump aToh i on_g ji|} MissisMppi valley, jt mightnot thcy.rpd a ,sufficient number,present to persona eyes
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'** *< fa&MMKwouiooe -' tI in We un- I ntensity of the hundred fold. A
t brief at the facts and circumstances will permit. 1 ', frompolitical b e sworn a grand jurors. pin REPAIRED. AND FULLY
bo amisaforbim that with rule
to note under the new recently
: .- ..f., We are notipoiblcr opinions expressed our ncui fft.S interpose, derstan'l.lbat a bill amending this ninth nessenger was dispatched t immediately REFURNISHED.

,. : correspondents.be returned preserved.Rejected Anonymous manuscripts contributions can neither opponents a" of an, elevator t at Cedar Keys"and'oneatFernandina established, the two dilatory motions section to conform to the amended fifth 'or Dr. Ed win Ilntchinson who spent Offers ;firU class accommodations to the t.lic.

will not be noticed. commendation than is fairly des r\ed. a line of steambargescould ; allowed. After those two were section passed both houses and was proW night at the Governor's hous LlSERALARRAXGUtLiade
": ; 1 but failed reach hen the doctor arrived be- found Governor
-- I a "consen.i Republican anything easily tap the Western commerce KKOCKED DOWN AND DRAGGED OUT,( p erly signed, to te

: .Assemblyman Purro Resigned.. other from below and could bo with more GovernorFl.an Seymour suffuring:considerable m with parties desiripos of a JIf010nccd
or out and run visit b
from an >
:: beautiful this
difcn:1J I most section of the
raised "
4 Mr. Hereford, of West Virginia, pain, 'and unable. to open his Stale.
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eyes
I L': .W'e are informed tli..' P U J.:Par- out t Democrat, except that be apparently I'sa'fety from Xew Orleans! t Cedar Keys I the point of order that tho Alabama .CLERK Grunwell: CIRCUIT COUBT.-to Judge remove A.B. joothinjr remedies were applied at once, -

; ? roan member of the Assembly from Is ashamed to own up to the fact ? In' ban on Lakes Erie, Michigan. or Superior. having-decided: and With 'good effect. Yesterday we A ACCOMODATIOXS
a .Cmm'ltte. ,constituted, was not t o Washington, D. C., has resigned his FOR tao
GUESTS.
; Jackson mi liU which .and extent do : wen were informed that all danger' ol
lznC'd to permanent
county she
: position as respect .wba given authority by the House to report 1)osition ;of Clerk ,of Jefferson Circuit and that -
Governor
jsuch) on the 2d inst. advance the tway of Repuhhica Curt, nnd Mr, M. ,J_.Taylor, ( injury was past, -
Visitors. .bill bill from oC.T"Um
Distinguished a audience :any reported Seymour was almost entirely TERMS:
-- principles, or add to the strength of the h asee, bus been appointed t relcieved
from and
I .IEx.GoT SJr,1v. New that cormtee'of which Gen. Coburn t ion., Judge, Grunwell an pain anxiety caused |j.co per day; R..A ba'iproved per week-
The Civil Bill. which he ? Harup ; "the
,' Rights );irty to professes to belong shire who started4br I is Chairman, was out of order. jfllcient and accommodating official, nd&bicrCdit : by accident.-Ulicd Herald,Feb,,,23. uf -"

', t,)' ;. f; So much of and uncalled When such an one claims to be ReM ti be 'it 'said his _2.7 W. E. HADLEY. ..
unnecessary 1 last is expected in the city to-day SpeakerBIaine, who is one of the best although ,poitical '. : ". ,. -'. r -r--o'--

,' : '; for excitement of feeling has been roused,. 7ubican, \lcilfe 'his scruples.jconseienfoua'oV and has engaged rooms at the St. James.' p aFhiam ntaHes living, held that it was I b ideas. are;'at variance witl those "TQST-OEFICE NOTICE; 'V(>'lTER RESORT. -

; '1' : by loose and idle talk about the lawful (. tht oe 'S wUb'in'thdr entertained by the I worth :IIfl- .L -S
: 11\.uc l;lc is i accompanied: by members of hi I : power to'repor n remedial of this community he 1- ARRIVAL AND. DEPARTURE OF MAILS SPENCER HOUSE.
t : gence ST MARYS
and dangerous features of tho CivilRights nothing but groaning and growling and _. GAe
;f bill condition of affairs : J I Ans'ms. .
} to-comet the -- ctosi.ttor&em
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f family; also by Col. B. F. .Martin, of I lira i in his the med of praise '
: Bill that we are gla l ,to sec in carping criticism ,for the acts of the party retirement and Western}daily. oo Ii, U..> ;;oo p,u. Qvpositf Fernanda., Fl*.now oflen FirsfCba
; and overruled the of'order.. bon C lea
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Manchester ,GOT, Straw is .a member so pint 03 an $1We 4t D extra jnail lor Live Oak' a(
j.;" : : :, the Press this calm and) feels I bound from the -, { 'c"- h1s- ,and all 'Wtt will '
k ol city a and reasonable religiously m S'am Randall lit* are ,unacquainted with .succes- i points. < $3 pir day-l2 io'$18
1 of the Ccntcnial Commission and the appealed .poor leave t .,.,.. per week
A. ,
1 7-4 H. --, 3.00: .A.. u.Femandina
Ii r i} notice of the bill in which among severity of an innate iuttgritj: concealed of tle'appeal; nt' tor, but beJ3( represented t be_an honirahlc and Florida Kailhpd -" '\ n With all the jeoufbrt; and convenience of .

: ,4. other things It is said ; from all butliitn&lffroJ l a tv& not only indirect editor the NEW SOUTH had the honor r i ii competent' gentleman; and 2.J, ,dailya-......u4,. 9:Co 4.:::M: ,3:>r." u Home.' St. Alary. IS situated near ibe mouih a Ncn of tbtS?
I'I : Saint aad s tIy s Riv r The:
J of making most agreeable personalacquaintance'with I WHERE'THE WOODBINE TW1NETH, i in all probability givtf'satisfactionin Augustine PaUtka: r' $ *and heahhrulness eI tbt
I : 'r' ( 'Tho law, as it stands, confers aid and comfort, but positive advocacy : 'wiI rdySt4ayS'C1Ctpted4UOP11I! '" SOOA.W.: fittffVfflS?* OD the uthcnl cor ST.
very : .
J t r few, the him in that capacity and a'U kind of filibustering was then I I the lucrative mle. t "hleh1Iehbern Key Wf'arP.! e1I I 'L. i ;';l :. ". .', goes direct to the Hou*.. pj,.
1 cr'v. rights that he docs -
upon negro and support and totes t political (\ l appointed- ( da1'.__..__.__ .,. :IA.II. hating through tickets can kav them uchanced
.i& :t not already possess i ia this .and other We are sorry to learn that"he is in im developed by ,the Democrats,, they refusing Cntiulom r c"ncrt 1arOJy.u; "" '. 3'II.. purser of steamer to stop over at St 5hiy,. .
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I, ,I # Southern ttAtcP.r :" j-ad.fe.riiar oA, ",h$_ jKhpuld.\-hava) .{the pairedhealth and lIe find the ,The- .Floridiansays: f The ;scb on t E, ntrijie.Menvsikand ,. -.,, '.,., other-point desired. Uberalterm. aude"ftJi naitM cc
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: : manliness and courage to drop his proVssious may .to vote, which, of course, left"th'Houe While Wing from'New Orleansarrived PtT2VS'TUeLhI and I d iring la,make a permanent May, Send far enoUaT

I' : This as-every' intelligent man has f and bodily over to those Denial climate of-Florida conducive to as far as the record. 'showed, at St..Marks on- Friday,",wilh, a -heavycargo"of Fort SatvrdaI.4JI.P.Ccorg YcIWw 1utfand.; .Ioot.:, w; LA TOURETTE UOUSJ. Bergen PoIat.N.J.will

;1..:j 1 long known is the simple 'truth, and with wiornh go'tic&orufo'p'all: f'allusions Iris recoveryGovi'Straw. stood!atlhe witbo t.'a. quorum,although more.than _,assorted freight, :for interiorpointsl 0,Jiayport ijurnve* 1 uesday; r f'u '. '.. open- May> in..1875. :J.,, \ .Propnct ,;
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chows how slight has been and is 'the bead ofr-the'cotton manufacturing in4eist )wasVactually' in,.attendance. : ,This' fs the frt'v sseJ of ihe and leaves Friday Wednesday-- and Saturday 4110. .rf M.'. I i' :.' > h6111il _. _.-

\ to honor, integrity and consistency.And quorum between s and Sr.nark. ___ ._,_ .
: ; foundation for the excitement that Jias e of New Hampshire representing thelargestcorporation new Ire ( / 9-00 Ai i JoISt AVERLY. HOUSE,
: in what respect does n "Conservative" This Iught.on, seriesof.fiuibusi, .I.og She. will be followed'' In about t Nicholas-.. J.''. iQoo.A.. .M., ,oooA.:1 I
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/I j been created about it. I 'Democrat ( any' o'tner l "{hat' Stt tfi :,Col. motions, involving a cal o4 the by'the'schooner O'; W.'a:: ,' :IDFFtCE HOURS..L.: I' JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA.

\:1":1"I( After thus giring the viexvs of a lifer Ctt' Martin, Mho accompanies] him, also ,jTlie will be ;'Th'wFtomoA' HOMC".
I f I' I member of that )political fraternity ? i &a.:. Tho Io s'e.was id continuous es VACANT( JUDGESIHP. ncaner; f fOIftaA..U06p'I'post-office open. .d.a ity(,Sundays, exceptn. ,:)' a ndrefirniabcdwiU'hcieaitcrbeknowa having been reraodeit
Ftraight-forward Democratic journal of proprietor of one of'the largest i in the Sixth'Judicial l Circuit'occcasionefl I -- as the W.
Docs he disa'owJ'8rngl Democratic paper! sion! neArly twenty.nin4 hours. fer The office.will be open on. Sundays ;rom,u to 1:30 verly.lIotl'nRMg..ooperday.-
j" ; far more than usual candor: and ability, tnanlMeiiiring'cstablisliments'in i l :Ne\v by the resignation of,Judge Magbee,has I o' ,. M-" ./ ,J -. .' : .
; .. degree or principle P Docs he doubt the adjournment a compromise was'enjfcir not been filled is understood I The feneraf. and box deliverer,will be,open at al J. JOMYORT. ). D.
1 { i we deem this a good opportunity to call EI gJnn I I' : yet .It ; I tines during the regular hours except when the mail Of the Hadden House.Atlantic Ciry.N. IVTONCRIEF .
W& .
profound Msdom'of : anfr ed by which.the, Appropriation that the members of the '
l perfectncss of Legislature'; 1'el1"ICL.beillldislributed. :- : ::: 1.Q3Itl : I'ropthto,.
1' .,: special attention! Jo...thereasonable/ and feature of the Democratic policy Not t ', j T.' .,, i' .7 fl passed and yesterday 'the fgbtwas re- from the counties embraced in the Cir ,MONEY ORDER ( OFFICE.,' -
Obituary: HOUSE
,' : "rcditaLlc"icws of the real leaders ? 2 ,
fumed on the }Force Bill, .which' was cuit unanimously recommended hour% jbe money order ofSce wilt be 1.1.f : :
: f : : among the colored men of the countiy, one.In In 4)Ur.J.St K le we gavo' a brief notice .II. L. Mitchell for tho appointment. i::.J M;and from 3 to.4 1'. u.i .' Cor.. Pine and. Forsyth streets,opposite Tint .
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} passed after midnight. i order .
istucd this
the light of recent poliiieal experience shortly i Money 'are at office parable in any 'V' Rank. .
::3 $ ", as they.are vcr: fafrlj Iq<[ ably prf scnt- then, the of the void Conservative l of Everett Chambvrlin, the Southern i The fight was managed with i consummate RAILROAD BILLS.-The biHexteridingthe pan Great of Britain the United,Switzerland Slates and and alsQ ,ordecs,J pjy".blfl':., ii.I JACKSONVILLE '
; I'' cd in the letter of Frederick in use corrcspomlfijt of tin Chitfago i; corporate of the Atlantic aruGulf' I Germany; FLORIDA.I .
4 Douglass is blind. ? ; t. t, (,.Trif>uni'fwho skill for the Republicans'by Messrs' powers : l !'Jr.aretheratesofcommL"S: :'J '>'t l 'r 'now'open' '
', 'i: : i. As: merely a (Democratic died in this Death has ? Railroad,'mentioned last-week: as for 'iua This home I Is cMirtly arv
J I : and city.
our paper to-day. a speaker, a again -1 '
PIID t aid Witt
A Conservative Democrat then, would I Butler and Cessna, ,and. for.,tho .Demo-: having passed jthe Asaemb1ywas taken: .. 8OII1ST1C IIO" "; ; throughout. remain open tall ytay nt.
,
,
:, : closeS and logical rcasoner Mr.cDouglass? : to be one that by his acts is certain i iallar invaded tho'ranks of the able corps of crats, by 'Sam Randall, who has thus up i in the' Wednesday ,and I: "On orders not exceeding}10.5 cent, "'.''-,: .,J. '. EVANS & HAINtS.
.
: \ ::::1 has Jew superiors on the Continent and 't he ( f,, this time taking our es l the LJtle. ; vote/ Over f 10 and not exceeding(29, 19 ceott. ,: t S Proprietors, SEASIDE HOUSE,
-
,; to comhiand th (/.tlm ? far shown himself, be a perfect master passed by 'Over,2O and not txeetdmg fy>, ij cent. .'.' : : :'--93n Atlantic
,
I'; I ..,.S in all matters relating to the special interests i Icntrnfdeor I teemed frierid., M. L. 1nlap. widely f [ 'Yeas:Mr.;, bt,- Messrs.: Bit i!Over 130 and not exceeding '40, ao cents. ::o t' Cry N.J.
1' of bis own party while by I as'"Kural." ,of the filibustering art. ley, Cottrell Crawford; Dennis j Over 5-o and pot exceeding! $., s ceri\, ,:.. _
: .
: h r. of his race ho be cited asentirely I knlwl We take. the foII -, Fprtner) CLARENLX5N HOTEL
,
may vative" to entice to I Andrew Johnson, the Tennessee warhorse FOKEIGN. MONET'OXDF.R. *. TIlE ,
hopes
oJ piofessions Ir : JQJ notice,othim, Hendry, Jlill.'Knighti,Lykes,4Mc'Anley, r "' i :.rOn '
: to ''.): "' M t J competent,authority 1 his support such wavering.weak-kneed I gj u.i.onorab is in town, but thds'fartuas kepi i McKinnon; Meacham,Oliveros, Osgood, ordeis exceeding f 10, 35 cents. ",, .GREENCOVE-SPRING. FUL
:from RHral of New Orleans Ovet tio'and sot exceeding fx. .J '
4 j:.. We are convinced that the careful I nnd sore-beaded political ., 7d himself 'from ,public l gaze. It was'in I. .Parlin,'Pope, Smith and.Stnrtcvaut-19. Over$ao and not uuedingJI1> y 75 cent UD .' ,*.,I I for the .
opponent a y. s now season.TERMS.
open
". : Nays-Messrs. Durkee Howell,John i Over and not ,
i. : $) exceeding $40 (i eo.iQrer
the letter of this former slave him
t : perusal lack the courage to openly avow, a change .. HONl ttn 1e'd give a grand reception L' son and Long-4. tie and not exceeding$.so. ,*"sj_ :.. ; .

""J .' who has risen to a more than continental I of opinion, and desire to sneak away We IETI are deeply C I.'L:to.CKLAI'learn of theuddtn : but Andy's innate 'modesty forced' him Ito The',bi b i in the hands of- the Governor. !1 JacksonvllleJanuary! I J., 1875 S. AUAiUj: .*., Postnuurer., "".& I $4 oo PER DAY.

i1 : C reputation by force of innate ability and I '1'00 their political obligations undercover ; and wholly pained unexpected death of decline' the honor. .' .- 'r' / :' ; ,' .; .. 1 Special arrangements- by the week.

., .t i .It :'' ., ;. sense, will serve to correct many lalsc of a sounding naraej f j his >vell-known'aud; ,very estimable gen Marshal. Conant spent the week, with The bill authorizing the JaeksrviePenscola npROCLAMVTION.MAYOR'S/ I "' \ Belonging to,and controlled exclusively by this H.
and Mobile oj I- Is the
) 1 tel. Green Cove
H notions, and eradicate many foolish I .. tleman,,r which took.-place at his resilience I. us, leaving: on SaturtJa\.'. -
: either and of Marhl
The of Te 5'
principles pAr Sl mile, estimated at six; millionsfirst OfFICE ," .w'
lit I :' prejudices. near : 111., on the 14thInst. has the reputation'' of being of the\ .O JACKSONVK.LK, If.. March WARM. 'SULPHUR SPRING,
one .
Chuupaig ,
Jr. . both, arc ether right and correct, or I bonds, which passed the 'Assembly tst 1875. s '
1 \ L J .,not Our best officers in.t.the outb._ J on ,the,previous. Saturday by u a Not'ce is hereby given to the qualified,fleeter of tile ; Fitted up with
they are with Mr. City of thai the
: : ; parties acquaintance Dunlap Jacksonville Annual Election for d
: a OprCiclllneC'cssit Iofficerioruidcicy
: II : ,t' \ The Vose Suit. ) in the conduct of Republican began in 1850, and
f: : 1 : : ::: In the journal of tbe proceedings oj I ;Institutions ; every citizen who i is out of the war,.we enjoyed a regular and their posts, and even three all r1 ?.t '(s- pn Frii1ayby e.of. 16;to,8.. MONDAY, TilE FIFTH DAY OF APRIL. 1875;; !' BATHS.

1 'f } the Legislature{ we were glad to notice ant intimate correspondence with him. At sions cannot make them afraid. Both if HARRIS & APPLEOATE
I capable ,of appreciating the privileges that time he Between the boun ota o'clock a. m, and sunset cf*aii a >__ Dec i, 1874. it-ttf Pioprirton. '
;4 the passage of an act empowering the was largely engaged I in them are good and efficient represents Li! General News. day fur the following offices: ,, -
citizenship under popular our own occupation-that of
government
:
't t '." Actingaovernortobringtoafl end the should openly and' take and fruit grower, and through nurseryman our U\rs as the State ever had. Y AI.. Raleigh, N.C.,Feb. 25th.-The House One Mayor. .' ;R IDDELL, HOUSE,
One .
Clerk.
manfully City .
;; /. i protracted litigation in regard to the epistolry and business intercourse with -: __ of Representatives considered the reso One Aueuor. -1 .
I sides with some political party if he I lutlon ot of f fJ.William FERN.\rrtINA) FLA. .
Thorns
him to him expulsion One Collector. .. f ', .
t i : public lands of the State, inaugurated a t wo came regard as one of An .
?laim? politically or physically to,.be, the leading horticultural and Opportunity. member from Warren,,county in One Treasurer. -
: tree ,
l ; the instance of Francis Vosc claimanof agricultural One City Marshal. SAMUEL T.
'
: Editor yew South :-The has night sessions, .on account of his RIDDELL Pttoratrro
,
man, if not, then the position of a polti. lights ,of the gfeat and growinNorthwtst. query Nine Aldermen., ,... ; 1 '
J I .: .' : of the proceeds of sales of public land i iJ. cal hermaphrodite is well enough adapt1 In the galaxy ot often arisen "Why do not some of these belief in the existence.of Go; :&set /' -Magni/ictPt J. ,
drive oi
: 'brigh' eighteen mile tlie Enr4
forth'' Jn; By-ordinance passed by City Council approved-by on
him
1 : : :, of the Sjate. If settlement cannot be I names that twenty. \ I threw' Northern 2 a pamphlet I the Atlantic Beach
to his instincts and capacities. : ; ago capitalists, seeking investment I Mayor March ist. 1875 the votes 11. Ul ,be ca by ,
effected the Governor is authorized to a halo ofglory around rural improvenone : They voted on it at twelve o'cJock'lutnigbt Wards and no person will tic 'allowed to Tote unle*1 Refreshing sea breezes.
: :,; ;I _, ) in the South, put some money into,a cot- 'resulting- 46 is!' !. The registered in the ward in which he lives,, ',: .
UI\ \ e t.Ji yeas nays .OPEN SUMMER AND
;,. : Supreme Court. ;. Jrlftrt tnii 1.L!. wii ot.yr\l"Y; - -- :.._,.-.--' "J WINTER.
::
I ., \\l\o\ onl. shinobrighterorwith : among the many Northern people seeking "Whereas;J. W, Thome, the mem- Hau/iD charge of the City Clerk,from 0 a. m.to 3 p. mClvtn BOARD:

,.. .. This suit should be settled and) it is o f lacks srmt\"c unhcle'er the truth }1C effulgence than' that of M. L. Jastn, of more genial clime, are some who her from Warren county, has advocatec I.1 of the City under JacksonYille my hand and the Corporate Seal!or the Per day--.._;. ,.____,],.
courage shaDe : this the fim day uf March Per week-&omOSu
t t(1
: comparatively little consequence uponwhat lc.tln, Cok Cn., 111. i skilled and promulgated a' blasphemous A. D. 1875. -. to'IS,1XI
arc in the most
manufacture Satisfactory
the join the church. To ,be a of cotton arrangements made .ith! &nulies.
3-3tde'
for tJeri'nntJ Tht newlof Mr. death comesto dot nc, s Trsive principles o 1 PETER JONES MayoKQ.OOD Fine
: terms, so long .v it survives, i it Duntp's fabrics livery accoaun lbbOllS. u4tfTDRIVATE
; and would business
I IJl staunch and consistent member of either us with One: prefer the, the constitution of North Carolina and

: t operates to binder, and practically stol] I Ij of the rival parties is honorable, but a month agoMr. Dunlap was making an to which they have been schooled to any of sound morality; therefore NEWS : BOARD

: :. ;, all sales of State t lands by the supicioi s "Resohcd, That tbe.said J. ,
doubting hesitating .double-faced tulrurallour lu'ough (.hi State and other. That cotton ,mills can be made a Thome I JL*
,
t ::1' ;' 1 of imperfectness df tittle which is aroused; h:1 : .ntJ b" sojourn rn success here be, and he is hereby expelled from a sea' FROM THE OLD NORTH STATE. '
i and half intcrmcdhiJe provided only J ;
: whose head I capita : HIGHLAND PARK.
r XcOrlt'anR i on this floor.
: i by the mere existence of the suit : was 1 Ircqucnt visitor to THE CONCORD SUN.
i t like that of a Chinese is office. his health can bo found, is, it seems to me, beyom Thorn is from '
cur
y) : Since I8C8, repealed and liberal: toy, wavering, was as good as it laterly Chester county. S A few large rooms with first-class board.
,f very first to one side and) then the other, is )f had been fur many years, and when 119' question. True, we have no waterpower Pa., :and about sixty-five yaars old. The TAR HEELS" living in tlhisSiij e
;; : ,: offers settlement have been mull'to cI left for his resolution ,vas' : FINE RIVER
i too shaky material to command I us northern home, no one but the fuel wasted at our saw' offered "by Harrison VIEW.
.t : it Mr. Vosc by both the old nnd the new resjKN fr. anticipated anything for our mills Hughes, colored representative from CaD be supplied with'North Carolina New, Fresh ev DAILY MAIL.
; A Conservative angel distn"'oish. would furnish steam at a cheap cry week, by reading. the I. .,' ," ., ,. ,1 '
: ":: i Board of Trustee., but heretofore with \oul,mI.lw-j ed ,'ititor but t long and !( I ) ; Gran\ille. ',,' 'j '
: erfully of brimstone; and no Cnsfr- the futur.a* it, htJ'1If(1'in the t. rate. The cotton is at our doors, and CONCORD SUN, :. : .' 'I, | .t .. ,.' ,. ," : STEAM- FERJir.
.i I f ) outavaII.nndow, when much attontion pas About five hundred Tennessee "
so the
tire devil has been heard of since Adam In notice we can only add, huidlngs need not cost s I s negroes s The only published i 1 'I. FOUR, TIMES DAILY AFTER DEC zt.
neary.
is directed towards the I passed through Nashville,the paper in
$ Stateevery and Eve left Eden. that.:.as the Corresponding: arl'u1uriClllor much as at the North since t ere is no en route for Kansas 'where terOda "' '. ; ,Address
., hindrance to the ; .(under the .< they .CABARRUSCOUNTY. : ,
acquisition osatisfactory name of. '
--. tf\\ need to protect them from cold. One o;f t to settle, and it is announced props C. B. 1IUSTED
of title should be taken cut of 1 u 7rlmne for over twepty- A LIVE PAPER, full of local news from Cabarru.
the NashvillvZfcnncr .
,
most successful that .
cotton hundreds and .
three manufacturers more surrounding counties.ESTABLISHED St.Nicholas,
man better knownor
was
years
'r a' the way. Fr1chts in the North is about are t follow. 11-2' sra. OppiteJaclcsonsflte.,
possessed (hit confidence of the Northwestern ? to arrive in i TWO YEARS.
,
'
The Is ,
t l. We tilt remain'of the opinion that i If question freights one of paramount I. agricultural public to a greater Jacksonville and spend a few The Richmond W'hg says that Virginia! "
Importance'- mr section. WeOo than week has the only tote Only fa.oo a year,:|i.oofor six ';. Postage RIVERSIDE HOUSE :,
: ; : the case is ever tried in the United State degree M. L. Dunlap, in whose here. I.tnst.thlat his attention will be I asylum country, o FIn .ce. Sead.postal card for specimen top, Address'CHAS..F.
not propose to write an on the ieath} the South also has cause lot the world, perhaps,. for insane people
CAY deep ; : (
Supreme Court, more attention will be brought th'is matter while here. of : HARR( Formerly Rochester HouseJfJACKSONVILLE.
i4 the
nnd sincere reret for colored nice. It h.s; at the heat Editor aDd
,
,
) : question, however iinpoilant, but local U no one of the Its Proprietor Concord;No C. : ; ,
: ,4 given to the specific ; I quite possible of it L FLORIDA.
appropriation bj. the attention of our railroad officials'to t .many Northern agricultural or other a combination may as superintendent, a gentleman of LL

:i act of Congress. of all the lamia to purjtose ,' a small comparison.. writers, that have como atnonjr us seems: brought about which wi be the -foundation ---,-- the finest Instincts of benavnlAnr- -'----,. _hiorTi.no-L Drawers and Undershirts,very cheap"at BUCK1JA j-OPEN FROM NOYUfMJt TO If AT'

: of drainage and reclamation ""Inecessary It The railroad: from Fernandina Cedar I to jiave. d thoroughly, understood our of a large manufacturing interest ly intelligent, and who has enjoyed anc of S The the franklin under.ignedJ.L Scott one of the proprietors ,
House,
utilized the at Higbgate Vermont.and ,
Springs
and their advantages of tbo
;... ;, I. lUan it,has hitherto receuvcu1 l FI..s prposes to lake freight, from any and people no one peculr circumstances had in Florida. The cotton factory seems to cal schools.in, ,Europe'as best'mei ,B AT. 'BUILDING. clerk.VV.&c.H..beg Goodrich.leav to for&OTIOUBC years therewith to their connected friends and as
more weJls
anti the result may be, not only to invalidate point on the a'oac lo New York at 8' straight-forward honesty etfr in b the basis of such an i and in own"country-a native too, A. G. CnAPPEL, ,: thdse about to Y ic Flonda.that they have taken the
cents per -. What will it cot publishing terest Virinian. ', above House and shall do their best to make it horn
: the claim of Mr. Vosc but tin- : his its wake follow who knows the.colored a
to send !impressions the naturally inevitably, from'ex 'I, to those boarding with them.
turb the whole State shipper to a brrl of erJy'C ta. world. noL Nn\'ictoQs'to the machine rience, sympathizes ''with BAY STREET, ,near the Cable CrOl il1lr.; The house is pleasantly situated on the banks of the
nil J
: J i by nullifying the '
S bles, for instance, from Tallahassee tu The shop, paper mill and a afflictions, and'cares for him in' his 'derangement ,: h' St. Johns river only five minutes walk west from Urn
JACKSONVILLE
\ ; grants of swamp and overflowed lands New ,York ? Many of our planters following facts in regard to our diversity of ,manufactories, and} with all I -: r LA" Railroad Depot and commanding a fine view up and
nre lamented friend's life and labors take tenderly and as studiously down the river and of the surrounding ,
Jt to Railroad The sail should be. pet- turning their attention to raising vegetables from' the western Rural' of the 20th we ult. of these, the boarding house and mercantile a though there were no ,difference of YACHTS AND WBIT HAI1." Your. patronage is solicited. Address country." .
J for the Northern market. : SCOTT &
't : q; tied. a quantity of land has been: Quite in For over thiity.years a regular contributor interests' will find room for ex complexion between them and he Is BOATS .Jacksonville GOODRICH.,Florida.

-----1 planted to till Agricultural literature of pansion. Let not tho ably assisted, by his efficient.associates Built to order. "' Ott., S. ott.lIi&l.pte Springs Vt. ...s
early potah) 'us If it opportunity go
!. 4 An' Honest Confession Good for the (! 'an'xlMliluenf: the country, he will be greatly missed' i in the discharge of the duties of the in.
S saceeeds, tho business will be largely unimproved. C. stit tion. While abused STEAM ; TDENNETT '
4 SouL and truly mourned by those who have by theoretical YACHTS HOUSE,
( increased yielding benefit not only to for want of .
The word "Democrat" few brief those engaged in it, but also to our rnnds, heretofitiobeenweekly"edified* bjrhls State News phlaotbrpista has shown humanity to With the most'approved machinery. Will build o'' : ,PORT ORANGE FLA.
4 weeks sounded' harsh With soil thn practical attainments .: workinghor- herself any die,from.s to oo feet Calf and get ny pri.esNEW ,
ago, very to the our,splendid business can ticulturist WAKULLA SPRING. Mr. Cusseaux practically their superior in ,
and
."Conservative" -of this State. be to ant a contributor to its litera thQ justice : By MRS.BENNETT "'fRS.
It DOBBINS.
: press incf'sct an .unlimited extent i if ture. owner of the famous 'Fountain kindness: and'in the exercise charity zS-FOOT YACHT .
is now rolled under ibo tongue.is a sweet the question of tr igbti.is1ltisflorUt: ( / Youth known to tbe colored ,; ;
I ) as tho Wakulla'Spring; people.-Sav. or le. ,9-ptr' :This new house U now ready to receive uesta. Ie iscomfortablyfurnished
t : .. morsel, and has tho tltUcet sound NeL .
most arranged. :
: of
has in throughout and h capable accommodating -
Our everything order
tip-top for visitors CHICAGO
i Washington March
t.; ef .Atone time the 'Constitution Letter. ; 3.-The storm which 34 cues No pains will be spared to
imaginable.
We do mo CONTRACTORS
'liopo that Major Walker and : AND! BUILD.
desiring to this .
see wonderful has in this make the table
: raged region all satisfactory to in patrons.
I i\\*& but little assistance in the advocacy our 'WASHINGTON, Feb. 28. Spring., He has made day proves 1 ,ERo. ..
"' tier "airoitJlfrial a ,walk through more serious. railroads
lakOtbs than
i of the principles tho constitutional At te than any Having completed an extensive mill In conncc.j The schooner
.r of \ a late hour last, night, the Force the thick hammock, erected a wharf, other 1M \\vlnter tion with former new
; ; \Nearly.all the roads my one;I am prepared Co
.
of the .
;.; ; J 'party country, under its place our community' upon s'n'uial Bill passed the House, after Struggle and built a convenient1 Flat, 15 by 20 running into the city are obstructed kinds of finishing material such as Brackets,Balusters ELIZA. BEtfNETTWill

p 4P true has a and time honored of asslsjta'iUs.name. Now' The it fooling with other tlotiuus, of the State. lasting since Wednesday.. It;passed by feet, and capable of carrying as, jnany particularly the MichigauCentra1'Il.hinola ., Flooring Plata Columns.Planed.fongued Mouldings.aad Scroll Grooved Saw and Work'Beaded, Lath if leave Foster.wharf.Jacksonville,Sir Port Orange

goodly'nmuber 1liewil1 pmlMbly l lc some 1600 barmis -1 persons ,in comfort and. ,safety..The Northwestern. desired ,Weather Boards Beveled once in two week*.afibtdiae parties pleasant and
D misTiomcrT" "Constrr l?t'c-tl iiisconstlntJy' I ( majority ot only fourteen, some of the Centrl'and On Dressed or Square Edged aafco cilitles fOr reaching that place. Comfortable
of
or Rough.- desired.
i early iotahies"slufppcd from Tullahasscu r Spring 1"1 delightful place to visit our a the ols Central obstructions Plank of all sizes, C&biq .
near the i either Dressed ., AocommodatioiM.For -For particulars apply at
j rung In the; wira'of tbd'pi'n.: or Rough, in any quuUityDoor,and '
) this piost prominent clear .
beside other Republican members of ,
t enson
> Window DOBBINS' GUN SHOP
vcgcLnble pleaant company, city are great that no trains haveOar.. I Casings. Pickets of -
F 41 pie caused 8 every and any,pattern .
banner trail d3y'wit.go Corn
our to with fie and
f Cay Its.S
and if the and In Hoga
experiment irf.succeesfui the House voting it. will howell rived a word.everything ia the lumber line the builder streeti.Jacksonville.
departed '
against now j and suburban
,
resi Due
I feat in November I wants. My Machines & notice of the tune of arrival and departure ef

I : undisguised' secured; tut'Democracy us a victory in the, another iucrease.year) wi witness I!i' I 'r an,. immense '-. goes to the,Senate, ..should, ,i it pass there, patronized during into the; season.No dents,could ,not reach tbe city'. .The patterns and are used by are skilled ail MW workmen.and of the Call latent and the schooner. will,, be given in the paper. i3 P ,1
stranger comhig this section should Patisui' '
% : sdow has ceased falling but the weves u to price before purchaainB die-
; balls legislation it insureItho'ouh the1 gale
#February Moral Republican where. I
,, never attempt to deceive the U1asscs.-: We hope that, suitable: wrangements in to leave withoot first paying a visit to the continues,:and' the. drifts'are' forming well as quality guarantee of material.satisfaction in workmanship' "' ,as PORTSMENAND

Monticello,Constitution.aucn \1 be made with' the' Jacksonville, party the election.,of 187C. I will Spring. ;lt is a ceriosity 'to be fjtt ,ALEX,WALLACE.Fine ANDTOURISTS

1)ens3coJa and, '_KfcihltA__ _n_ _Jffillm'iil_'nn __,. _nurl.. llioFernandina ..v i meet with decided objection in Sen. seen nowhere else -Florida..-JFYon. everywhere.YORK: :March 3.-A 'Time "

- is me naive coniosiion or,the lino.of 'steamers, so as to ate, many of the -members"''believing it diem special'says that'cvont are taking. place Cassimere Shirts,itylish iud durable,at Bucky'sJJ Wilt find good board and other accommodations at

_ -_ rI,_____ Monticello Constitution that the itssumprr furnUh encouragement tothfVlaiidabloeffort to be revolutionary and unconstitutional 'w c.hI way.supposed.that-the wJtln'tho' Dlrptn,of the .. .- ) : I,reasonable prices. at .

_ hon by the Democracy of the dubious, to build uJ,ourjb ction by.divorsifying / i, Many of them aro opposed to on the spring aIutJ d Loin the above,paragraph which upward : ,COLCORD, : I ':\' '" ,:I JA.IESM.FORt'S' ,

I but less obnoxious name of Conservative our crops and V'v'nS' business to that it i was in Wakulla and course ot t that stock lately. A ,proposition : .1 ;-Ii ,-{ 0,, .
our roads. When hhall we see pub ground 'i place. more, power in county re'uc11 ,has been Hide ROSEWOOD PALMETTO STATION
made in .,the, board Successor, to and, .Skin.business. o( ,
was
simply ani effort toi hide the isbcd the hands gratified to have, ,, the question t h I :" : j
of
-
_ through rates, to New York rl'csaccnt Grant than ought oft f transfer the control .of the ,
I purposes of.the party, and$o put on.,the Many of us are looking,anxioiuly to this tube' entrustedTO ity set at rest by'die: FIordian. Jay Gould, one'orhe'dircct company ra. Gould J.lH. CROWKX'u. t' / I., A.Ker.G:'& W'ITCo's'" 'R'::R., to miles. from Cedar '

appearance of a change of ui alter.-Floridian.We : sJ 1 his !is a fine place for meD U being situatedon
heart, with RAILROAD ba already interest Corner and Ocean cL".
a ANY OXE UN ACCIDENT.-Quite a serious '. acquired a'cntroU ng Bay }jhe border'of th.celebrated
proposed new direction of aim, which also hope and trpst that the wish ciden occurred to the :Eastern bound in tbo company, holding probably : "I"j; j:
'
I in,a Republic; that to Highest cash prlcee paid (for.HiJei Skins, Furs, G.ULF
Ststentleneyls shares.
a
had no foundation' fact!' of 4 special 10,0 HAMMOCKAbounding
The defeat the F will be heeded passenger, train on the W.z&c., 7iS.twiyPLUMBING .
rial Lytbo centralization power, subversive1 of :J. P. &M. -. .
Railroad 3. '
of the of Saturday The fare
November night on
I party Js thus fully managers Jacksonville, Marel i : i in all kinds. of game and has not beta
admitted liberty and in. direct violation of tho between Madison:and Ellaville. The the .Baltmore Ohio' railroad, to ; overrun by hunters -
by one of the sacola )
.ablest,journalsof Railroad. Tho wholeSta tebas suf. 1
hose
coach looking for
'
containing. some, Wheeling "$ '
principles which 1
upon this Union thirty passengers '
tho party, but is attributed to Ita railing ercd grievously}) from tlie! neglect of founded. However it Is! no't' 'my was was thrown front the turned Cincinnati $6,0 Indianapls.5.W't, ) "AND' ,. ,'. ."'f SUGAR,ORANGE. OR VEGETABLE, LANDS

I under false colors and not without t'to and local 'Iotersts 'by those who place over and badly damaged. TwentY- Louisville $8_ ; to St, ..COPPERSMITHING.I .
discuss its merits do'I \\.n'fiod; it to their interest to take look before local'
nor intend to. out of tbo 810.: a
Lonjs
cause, no:draws tbd 'buorall'5njrt.! have: bad control of the 'lines of' transwrtafio'n thiry'passelger'wero more Ipgetsewbere as the Golf Hammock Lands are uoduibtedly >
'shall[ i merely tell about the in or less Injured The Senior prepared to execute:work"of'every description RICHEST IN
i editor FLORIDA.
3 ).U struggle of .
deceive .
to the .
tempt muses. but Middle "" ..._ ,
Florida than The Flondian Acdde 'to'Ex-Governor J E. v.: i. ff < Mail and Express train,.passing each way dafl.stops ,.
mor it born and was mongtho, list and Seymour- I In ., ,
the the
which was incidents .
1P Whether the excitant return of' the other section. T con- ] : i moft iatulactory' manner, .and, respectfully at the kouset "
anf icctcd ''I that under was painfully, ,hurt about, the face and Quit& a: psTnlul accident occurred'to < Rosewood, ,Levy Co.,Fla.,Dec. .-. 1874-
caino observation. : licit
i to Its wihit' my head the patronage of the public. \ ..tstr
of 5 r rs-i6t
party PLtent.righ cognomen the To,b subject generally 'toi the whims ,. being rendered insensible ,for ex-Governor Seymour at his residence

jfj i-iraon pure' mots, will.or tlloul and bitrcsl of 'oouiden : U "hadcDgb There another many hours by,the' severity' of the shock n.Marcy oh Saturday 'evening. A' er- 'Order*left at DOBBINS'GUN SHJP.. or 'at Mr.U. V VTELLONVILLE HOUSE,

relieve it from the force and of the 'At''a1 was "dead lock' durIng brise, All seem to have had tl\nt'lefi" pitcher acid 'o'r" Ibboo '.' : ,
I point, ,but lhat'all.! 1 41 : a containing aitrongsolutionof Bbclsmith tndp wiU \ttceive'prompt.
narrow :
: moral) is not stated. But Ott one tbo struggle :w.1.ic! took place, ,as ,escape fromdoath.' .The acident'wi' mlphateof' ". '. .' '. i i '.-' .
after all *
the of be fairest copper, .
| of the caused ,loose atteation. .
: scions whole Senlhf l wVhen ? on Wednus.dftaftrtoon by a raIl, the for use In a galganir( .buttery; the ,, -, '., ,;' "" "
Oliutini.enUrly correct ia:: ibe boulil be bound by i i .louse. which, it is ''thought, had been Ita'CU Whorvni..r; upon so.tf : : MELLONVILLE. .ORANGE COUNTY,FLA.fct ,
mal a !tb k a WC'SB BnUl'TJSO ; .:Seymour > !;:' .i.1lWkCLARKFk.! ; / .,j* .V .V.* *,t. '

i ",. '. bstrc trth It position ; that the $fiDJsbcd.wUbln: : the tntolerabe.'j: Id UiecTfnlDg'llt- t : ., WAS i,. >-with :the-'.,under--- Flor removed Uan.-i by some malicious. .* perscn.-, retired with him to, supposing his room; .hot.the took contents the pitcher to be 'TTEADQtfARTER3"for'FLORIDA1' VIEWS1'rl "-:,I';.!' ..thW'. '. ,.,.,I".. 'r1q 4. iI. i-::- \ ,

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CITY NEWS. Capture of a J-arge RatUeiake. that r. ::" z ; A ZL..511Sc1L1451XMs."' '
touches all alike., The spectacles distelybehi an inquest the'jnry finding '. BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS -. HOTEL AJtRIV. -"-- .

While Mr Pingston, of the .White of many of the elder person 1n theauj that "Samncl Hodnall came to his death ,JWiIl bJ,a coatpkt assomieM oCJuabu.d'eiie1 t;<. > .. -. "r--y.-

= nDA Y MORNING. House, was chopping wood near hi* dience were somehow out"of Tfifand're by accihenfal i drowning, occasioned by and andressei/mooldinip shtegles,etc.,at th pcjo GRAND A1iOS r.c< :: YcC t...' l1 .'' ", .. .. :. .ztif15'

Lumber Yard. Orders to be dcG ered at bading on liasnu.betl aad "truTdrM. Chicago. HI; B H : : ; U

March T,, .1873.__ residence last Tuesday, Iii attention quired a good deal of wiping'on'several the capsizing of ja. small _boat by thesraroe'r the River receive especial attention., Hewnzway.Winkle and KarCbrd.wife. vtvt2'rJun Detroit; Mrs More LT Charles Ph*>.,, : J ,'; !HOLLAND.. .)..rla
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: was attracted by the appearance of perhaps occasions during the rc lng. T Roekawaj on the night of February Addres ..t.'SH and MM PiuUp. PoO-delrJua; E dark awl wife.Syracuse. .' ,

Religious Directory. the largest rattlesnake yet seen in In the wt..bt1.SOCIa.l, ,recreations, we, 25th/' The-deceased.leaves a wife .I.I. ::I ; DoC I : I 1 St NOt'WaIIt..N Y U: Dudley: E B Badger P By aad and Mb wife.Matte Bo.to.JH R Ely. :- WATCHMAKER AND'ItA**

we.ill puUi* every Saturdajich Florida. After an chase four know less lawmatTf a.IirW Cfooklyw N J 1 Ak_J.Steele JEWELER'.a. .
(fader, *. bead Sabbath itenriccs be exciting of nothing objectionable or.more and_four- children to mourn his, untimely BrCKT wIU pledge to sell C1othb .Gentlemen's Uoderwear. New Orleans: F IS Papy.Tallahassee: C U 0-. : '. ,'- : iCsaef.Pi1en4Th1ts.- : t ;ao-
of as
*1"* mmces may hours the monster was finally' ptured elevating and informing than the public loss. ; Blankets.OverceaUt Cloaks.Talmas.Cover. San ;'Mrs Shuganls. Mrs Ceo' PcteM FlorraoPeters. .,., ICoot
'dock Friday afternoon.] lets Trunks .S W Peters Newark.( *.Mr It R Morrao*.
; .. ,Valises.Silk and Fur Hals and myriads J
**11IItfCd J'r5btcriaa Church-Rev. W. H.A and brought to this city:00 W dncsdiiy reading of good"selections from the. vast i I of other aoicJa'too Ptbbnr;..Pa; Mr tones OneJJ.Mb. W J OafS JACKSONVILLE T<>-> _
) S at II M. and 7 r. .. Mr. stores of wealth in the Self Instruction in Writ c. : numerous BMation Urerylm slim J S> Oneai.tJr C--M'Drakes.Charlestoa.S C: -
R.II. the
I r.1'no b"ter 1UI UntrcbRnr'eSII J, B.cTvkx. evening by Hurley,of Indian literature of lriI,., it-i 4tf K L Cowan.St Louis; H Putcd aad J W BOes N Y: -.:--- 'b :,tC'J

; at II A. 1L and 7n P. M. apolis, Indiana at present 's J t ttg English language, and ,wc hope tfaat plr.jGfA! Gaskell!, Tresident of Gas- J H Outkw t .aev la dOsMrFCoE 7Mt ) : NO
RING
C"- raE and LOWPR1CES t HONESTY I PhdaoVrphta Ueni Campbcit aad wu New -
.Churth-Preaching at it a. ni 7 I : -Jewelry Clock Wa > -
f"lIIl1'tbr! tor ( I. pence.V at the Wavurly House. .His' length is Mrs. Taylor maybe induced to/ repeat J.-U.Brt t'& Stratt u's College at Is the motto at RCch's emporium. lOon tf Detroit: Mrs K Blair New Hart Mr.It F Norm; q

.- r-rot :int tpiioopaCDuval street bead feet j the entertainment Manche S. II. widely noticed .j 1iJi/i -'.- .. i .' i I-- and "'ifc. Chicago: J J BaUwin, k Y; James RbtAGJtkCGai.ndwik : \cs,Diamonds,Plated dl'A>
St.,- t n. WcIkr. Rc'. Sunday senices it eight having seventeen rattles which so successfully given, I by HOPE .Con.Pa Solid Gold and Sil--

: ..: da.i. >'. at.*tf A. it.. Fnday 8 would be equivalent to a growth of By the way, why is it such'poems the'in: jie of _the most successful l FAITH. AND CHARITY, J M BIshop k Oevctaad.U: Cent Ely Walket. &C: _..:
CoklT" M-won. mice Sunday* at 3 P 'i. I The last but not least jsjppnd by baying groceries t W "'. Y; MJM J V Taylor.Charlatan: FM yer Wareetc.i' ,
.. S School at 5 P. M. Missiot Schools in twenty years, the first formation of a Bryant's Tbanatop&is, or thehyian teach .- f>{ the .art of penmanship,. baa from Rich. lo-xt if Blafr and wife.and J W Loiter Chicago..Cook & ., : .J"
Fan Rhrer.Massr R I '
brIIhtT aad'lb JacL\-ilte,9 A.II Service* in S P Carpenter Providence. ; -..e
UIr t C\1' Sunda' at.5 P. M.conIoiith rattle usually appearing about the third beginning "The groves were God's first published n compendium of elegant n.T.-.EEFJKTnr: : IAJtrn C H Eaton. St Stephen. N B; R L Hungerford.COM .-.-- .

tJ St.t.1WI:; ; Jil :IIIrcet"' Ic.( J. C.): N f,:t.zpatnck E.corner year. He weighs twenty-five pounds- temples," .or-David's lament for Abso- writing, forself.i struction in this beautiful Weighing 473 Ibs. w31 be sold for ten cents per. pound. Philadelphia: W B Smith: J G Fear Mimes BrownmSe.Mary and Margaret Pa: W S Smith.Funk. DIAMONDS. .dolls STONES PEARLS!SET AtDPRF U*V. '" .

tllJMQl. a veritable "Florida curiosity. : le rbyWilhis: 'or Mrs'h1enan2ht : aVt/eonsisling'of a manual of instruction at the Famous Tennessee' reef StilH.south end TLasville, Pa; F Kiaaia and K. P ktsMU.'Warral. FUSE COLD, ... .1
Ot..CF .Itbad. PilaMLSia H .
r Shaw.X .
r.R..nlUit of Crch and Hogan Kreets.WhJJen. ; .e.o
the marketAbo
Ikt "mC1" of of Sausafie Me ..cent)per pound; Mrs R Babb and Mis B MJa _
Pastor >cmce every Sunday grim Fathers' are ncres "selected' for !. and-a supply specimens plain Pub Philadelphia: *jT
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1Ur.. 'cId., \ at S -v Ih -J cents peMAS.. SIAm.4. lube Newark It SW Budloag. Provi- .
.11I1 III II Church Duval street be-', Scientific Investigation. a Species of these occasions. and: orna'tricrifaTwriting. by the use of > r- 3tf; deoce. R-I: Maj Cenl McDowell U S A,and MmMcD ?oTitfZfiVrr.; .J.i : J.:2.
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//SrU. w a, Mr Bttffitt. Mr Good and Mr HaichiBg. onre. ifmuy
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RCT.*Jm.Bww. Pastor Local Fish. which ami
tw La9w p ChBrch streets : t Limited as are the accepted avenves any intelligent energetic PHOTOGRAPHS.Mr. Louisville. Ky; W H :.LouoviUe Ky. Emzrarif Jmt'tm-1? til

r EvIrMaaL6 corner !: Uigbftla.qatroS; Messrs. S. H.-Melton & Co., fish dealers to public attention:which are 9nside las ,,young.J f min' may obtain, _the.. mastery_ of Stone at WOOD'S GAU.UT is astonishing the WAVIRLY HOUSE-J.I.CoJiPOU, U.D.hoP S .** frtutif. ftamur.. t'f. .

,'ecpm:x dEN.i.I'n. near S. Fairbank's resi- of this city have just received from appropriate for ladies V>occupy; none this, accomplishment. 'The.manual natives. Nothinc ever eui Florida like the.fine. Gent t G Walker,EdgfieU.S C: IoIJ'S R Leland. S *' -- '' I'irs
Mr H M and
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d7'ijaput.N \,.comer. Pestor.of Pine and Ijr.aon reets. the United States Commissioner of are more honorable or useful than that and a supply of copies can be obtained Pictures taken at this Establishment. It it really a a.dIZr 0 B Rideont,Calais Me. r' time S -. .Ii"
Standard bYChronometer .
.l. 11 sra.I'a ttl'. fisheries in connection .with the.Smith- which Airs. Taylor has t entered upon of Charlie's."Adam's, agent, aTtnVSEVTSOUTH /rl litftr Picturtt rerrjtkixg nr .nj mice, MONCRIEF HOUSE. E\ousl:HAmS PKOM. '{ *
Rev J. K ,rated by \ .
j6 u ).!r th.Wa..Ju sonian: Institute at Washington, a"copper i. and'in"her chosen avocation we wish her Cmc A plain 'and elegant and the view of the Su Johns,as seen from the windows- C'G Hoi' Brooklyn: Mrs J H StedwtH.New York: :.transit. /
5conFatr Mrs Fit Cuid. New Jersey; G W CaDua.Cleveland. observations.AG .
i :- can containing about twogallons the abundant success ,which. she, deserves hand writing is one of the, best acquisitions weflrepaysayjait. 0; Q Darnel.Birmingham.Afai Wm Healey.N T: 1.".-.;: 1' _
W L WadJwonh. Dallas. Tex James K Oilman :
Carbolic Church. of alchohol for the reception of a",male and commend 2ier to the'patron tbatVyourig man can have, and Call,and see"pecimeiw.' R. I_ WOOD.STOCKHOLDERS' andwUe.Staastead.Itt. ; -- : -i4a,

j'eReV.) Marc Gro s. ot Wilmington and female specimen of the Menhadenfish age of all who are j blessed with literary by such means is easily acquired. U-21 METROPOUTAN HOTEL-J.B.Tocw. P -'.. XT roB. COOKTMSIU TH
..'.. C.. will preach at the Catholic locally known as "Moss-bunker," taste and"can appreciate_ ,good' rc=,dIbg.t :- z,t .l. .. *. :*" ,. MEETING. J Mcnshaw I I Chamberla, Baltimore and Wile: H,D Grand Headma RapKb.and Wm eJ Row.Savanah :I '," S :WATCX, .I.r :,8 b I

Church High Ma8 to-morrow nt lOa to be forwarded immediately. The fish, ,. .11 J ." In Short. : Notice is hereby gnren that a Special Meeting of the ; J S Turner,Iowa Dry. Iowa; W Woodrulfand .

o'clock. ... as is well known, is unfit for human Ship Building on the St. Johns i jUver. i .-Our merchants are receiving newgs Stockholders of the Jacksonville Gas Light Co. wiO be Mm; F A J Woodruff Crasty. BaIt;: J Uaac P C Saill.lJua""--- .Jacksonville Fafls-. Very styKsh Ladtcs'- -Hats. at BUCKYS.: ,: .. ......... .

held at the Office of the Secretary of the Co.,on Saturday N Y: E F Nocs. New, Haven Cu F J Pens. -
food and has hitherto been used when The side-wheel steamer David Clark by,every train and steamer. Sanderson. .
The Weather.At '. -1t-I-B-u.Y, ,the ijth day iof llanh.a815. it A.M,to ;
decomposed as manure. The object of which was built f by'Captain Brock' and "'-Two 'railroad t i* 'tickets** X :to. .Chicago adopt the necessary;measures to provide wars and ST. JAMES HOTEL--cd,.:I'A..DUWS. I II PRESH"ARRIVAL; . ", t:tCCNTLEMENS :
'Hie coldest winter
a time when the in means to change the present Rosin Works la Coal Gasworks I HOD H D White wife aadso N Y 'S -' '
government communicating, with successfully launched from the yard on be boughton'application at the Syracuse. ; J OP NEW AND TASHIONAELzio: Ds''tIi
word" I Is; being cipcriencetl even may ,without delay.! 1 Phil: J P Gennmg,N Y : C M Terry and wife : r
on these gentlemen, is to procure specimens the 27th ult., now lies moored at.the office of the NKW; Sot.'T!I. H,H. HOEG.Secretary. and Mrs W P Stedman. N Petit Mhm< S T Bacon i -!A.:
York the trees are budding Plai lrillc. Mass J Roe and G D *
Kew orange ; Etfenon.Chicago; I FAL ) 1)'wJttn1t'ww.
in of this species for the museum of. wharf at the foot of Cathfine it reel.\and There are more' piano fortes and Jacksonville Fla.,Feb.4th,1875. "tdm F H 1'eaYeJ'.Boatoe; D L Gaff K I; Mrs L S A .
j in the streets of Jacksonville, and the Institute at 'A ? Parsons and C W Gilbert Mrs Phillips and toe,Miss I tx 2aAen ; : ,:: ir4FRENCU.

our citizens basking in the sunshine oi Washington. :, is rapidly sPP :1C.ting"ctfupltto Sheis sewing machines sold in this city than AN EXCELLENT:'HOMESTEAD FOR SALE.I wife BIafr.lItIS and daughter Rantenbery.Lafayette New":York A B:Hitchcock Henry Taylor wife ENGLISH, GERMAN TTXlJAH:

dVgree s. intended for, Jacksonville apd.Enterprise In.other of its ize.in the,United:.States. offer my homestead with;if desired.two,three or and H A : .Chicago;-E A Baanimaa.Boston; AND AMERiCA FABRIcS. '
eighty Departure of Gilbert's Dramatic Com trade and all intermediate)landings \. lour S M Buckingham and wile,Ceo Pritchard and wife .' l
--- acres adjoining land,the whole now set with thebest
is '
The.city park gradually being Conn; Mr and Mr} H Moore, and Miss E O Thax- avaiLs .
Agricultural and Horticultural pany. I' on the river Her dimensions areas seedling oranges,the only reason for selfing being ton.Boston; W H anderbill.Webster Wayaer WmTurnbuU S 'J-
Daval put into shape, and in time will presenta ,A Mcody.Ti Y Dr R'H Towaeaelazid FINE BROADCLOTHS. ,CASSUIERis:
Society. Last Monday evening ended Mr. Robt.Me follows keel 150 feet a pecuniary inability to improve the place as it deserves. : YES?
: Length on
; creditable S M De Coursey. Phila; Mr and Mrs Tames Tucker INGS,AND GENERAL FURNISHING '
Wade's role of Van Winkle.? appearance.The Forty or fifty of the orange trees will undoubtedly bear Boston:,Mr and Mrs C Noble Brooklyn. N V F -
/"Rip beam",_S ,feet depth of hold 9 feet ; J I GOODS fdii
There will be a regular monthly : ; 'that arrive- in the coming!. The whole place offers the best Bush.Rochester.N. Y; W. J Fuller. and wife.Bnolyn. attlleSfO'eoC. S S

meeting of DU Agricultural Society, On Tuesday erening'the performancewas \vhh4a! .draught of 3 feet forward ,and 3 palace sleeping cars chance in the vicinity of Jacksonville for a &st lass y -S :J.BARATTER.. ,-. '.Sfi--

changed to *'Rory O'More," and feet inches aft The lOhorsipower.are here every ,morning are invariably hotel with spacious grounds or for a circle of friends 1 ', : ;; S
the Florida engines JACKSONVILLE
at 2 o'clok] ra. at RETAIL fAR ET.
to-da p. ,
crowded with whO wish Lye the will 1- 1I.a Taor, .i
to ,
vicinity as grounds easily t '
"Dick i
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Eyes, (a burlesque capable of being worked to Corrected Weekly by J. K ROCW$.Grocer,Bay.
lAnd' Agency. Visitors are cordially admit of sub-division Into three or four private residences 'Laura_ Street,just aUrt Bay Street. ,,,< _

united to be present. Richard: the fiT.Ir.. McWade as (. ariifto' a spced'.oC fourteen, knots.IIe -The Jacksonville Gas.Company.are .in a wholesome and every way druiable locality. VOWLSoGAMtVenison : i 1z.2i.dm :; JACKSONVILLE._ ; ,
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.- "Roiy" was capital and well sustained saloon.. ,7 .feet. inches by 100 feet putting up.A'large, new tank .to facili- _J. S. ADAMS. Chickens,per per pall', ... ..__?-.,T ..... 50 ISf 0.I 70* I : f!
throughout and his tate their operations Bay street. Chickens half grown;per pair- .-.. a<0 6.- FIne black dreu coats and EaacY-wear'at Bocfcy'i.F 4'C
reputation as a versatile l is and GREAT'EXCITE)1E. '
Fire long, spacious lighted by a skylight .
Etna Company. -, Turkey each,(few i a the market)..., faoo A a 50Turkeys. T : i :
friend L. A. Canova actor will not suffer by his last extending almost its entire length. -.* .: Dr. Slt' bcn II. Tyng, Jr., of Over the political xanrass, but greater over Rich's ..nail "y '- _' I 'J> Iii (75f ;., : t"P3
Oar young was ,iplendid assortment groceries lo-sitf WiIcl1'urlep. e hL_ 1_N 2 OB if 3 004 OR SALE. : ; -
Thursday evening elected Assistant engagement in Jacksonville. Special The remainder of the. promenade deck'is New York, i*. a visitor to the St. James Partndgeaf each_i: __"'- ft& :t tJ'I '; "; z

on mention roust be made c : Katie Gilbert occupied by a smoking room immediately Hotel tliii season. FURNITURE. The Leas,and Improvements., o* .e.City. Lots ia
Foreman of the .Etna Fire Company Mullet.pcrstring------- @ in the town OLaYIIT .about '- ,-'
as"Kathleen." Her,acting was natural, forward of th on 'and the Jnst1 receiving froov the schooner McDonald ever j 15 ?
.sat
Thebaut. who has been -The panoramic view seen from the Sneephead.per strinc20(Ctit 15 ONE-HALF MILE MJAcESONio: Or'm L
rice Mr. B. promoted Irish-like and much forward Ten.Thousand Dollars worth of Furniture in such variety Bass each.,_-, 75 lA -.

to the place of Assistant Chief of characterized by aft promenade deck. Her top pf the Grand.National Hotel "is.one ,and styles as will suit the demands of ill. at Sbadeab, i" i.--; 'l' @, .s,12" The pac Jis fenced..with I board fce*"tii'fcet.

feeling, and the enthusiastic applause sleeping apartments for seventy of finest Northern freight added CaD and MEATS.Bacon. high contains *,: ;Ji. ii
the Fire This passengers ,the in the State of Florida.Genriine .- pncejVltlj! examine
Department. promotionof
which ensued at the end of the last act are airy and well lighted and ,.at the old stand south side of Bay street,betweeq C. R. per tb..... -. ,,, .. 9 13 HOUSE, STABLE, GOOD WELL
'Laonce is a deserved compliment, ronsniuptives are Jiard to Beef, Fulton market,per Ib__ 0 13 '
Pine and Laura "
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was highly complimentary to,the fair the interior ,tlecorutlons by' Mr., Harry streets Jacksonville. Mutton(scarce)per lb.IS t Aad aboot a thotond *- *
which he has earned by long and faithful fiC'J trpon onrtrcls this sea!on. They i 30 tf C. O. Lmmjtut. Port per K.. -.... ..--. gt j$
artiste considering that the greater part Johns admirable. ,ShwUl. 'be .commanded Ham.per n. ., ,7 _, .___'_.; 4< I d' .FRUTT,TREES AND GRAPEVUfES7Frum .
service in the Department. I u cd to}je met with at : ,
every corner Shoulders ib__., _,___ '
of the audience AT TI1E"WEST END. per '
Northern visitors ? I@ 13
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-- .-- -- were by Capt. R, H. Stewart and [ White Bacon. per tb, .,..";.'- .;.,'. S" 13 one to six yean old. W_ be told.very cheap.. .
-The Cuban flag which flats at the IT Fehrenbacb.Proprietor,will be found the choicest '
and accustomed Io the .'resm of the Mr.- John 1 Conner 'n' chief i ; Al.SOA GOOD BUGGY :: .;:
engineer .1..OCi1l. t ,
Music.
Popular ; uquon la the rity. Imported Bass Ale,Choice Milwaukee .
corner ff Pine and Bay streets, excites White bbl ,..,.:..., .,;. -
modern stage. and make her maiden per 9 $ u I.ruaailli order. Foe further .
is ol
expected to J Bottled Lager Beer A1e.Belfast Ginger Ale, Extra >"_ panic-Ian enquire f
Visitors from the Xorth who pine for deal of Red per -------- ?.i0
trip about the 15th inst. We cannot I quite a curiosity and wines: of all hinds ScuppcmmCme.,a prime Superfine per bbl. ? -7 Cia 8 H. STEETSKAMPJi
Str oi'h. and Kellogg with her English The Orange of article fur invalids a specialty. Liquors for CornMeiI.peTe2Cl.----3, : co fIi' :
Crop 1874. _
close this notice without saving that she -Mr. O. B. Rideont the well known country Hominy per sack ,,, ,'.'., ._, '3 00 9 3 50rtvrr. I : TAJLOK.1 ''fr-
Opera Troupe, will find the Saturday trade aid family use constantly on hand. ii-stf ;
Now that the orange season i io about is a credit to her builder"nd we'heartily ship-builder of Calais,' lie., is a, guest : I' IT3ni Ont the offic.of he NEW SOUTHSBUSUMM .

evening classical rehearsals at Smith'smnsic to close it is matter forcongratulation the \\ I BUY YOURSELF A HOME. Apples per bbt .. 35G40o .
drawing a a wish her God ClI. at i\ rly House. : .j'II.,: ;
rooms, Bay street, the best substitute tlp A'VILM-MT ca St.J oka's river is'offered sale.l lon Liars.per rfr>r ; .;..;..1.. .. io (t .IS'I I FDe: Suits. a| BUCKi. _
jar
to know that5 it has not It ii Lemons.per dot.!.:.'._{..._..-... .,,. 50 6* : i1. '.p4p
for a regular opera company southof pretty' generally expected that of the mcst desirable places i in the'vicLity of Jack Bananas .4i--_, .. V5 (5 to ,
only increased proportionately to the Ocr Water Supply. Wagner will viit UH'after the completion sonvflle, containing 21 acres-about 8 acres ready for 'aAll' I"- c' L ; ., ...

Mason & Diion's line. The pro- number of trees planted, but that thereis I Editor Nevj South Undeth -local of his Savannah planting. For particulars,apply at the counting-room Corn,per bushd. ._ 1-10.a( t 15 IMPORT ',TO EVERYBODY
:- engagement.No .
gramme for this evening will include a marked improvement in the fruit of Tua NEW SOVTH. .->3tf Oats-,per bushel i i.oo- :' ,. "- ; '. .Ii -".; Or'i
ltt i issue More Water Needed"1 : .
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fyour clearances from the river have rnoxtsioxs.Salt. .
Wagner' recent: opera of "Lohengrin, both size and If you wish a gamine SitICICtLe"wy- fCgime
AS to This is ot
quality. wk.... ..._
readers will i that FREE LUNCH. per t7S2S .
and Verdi's your readily perceive been reported at the Cutoin House fort '. ". .
Aidby the amateur orchestral Batter U.__ = S : '
per
course to be attributed in great part to alive absolutely Ctanckk the name tut ntt blank h the place. Fresh 35 50 W _. .:-.,.,0 t ,
the Chetiee.pevib---- '
you are tq necesjitie! pasttbreedap' f j 1 15 <
band. the matured experience of our growers, .J Philadelphia and I.aul.ee I Lager Beer on Draught. Lard per Ih__ it A *oEggs > .J. B.TOGNL-1
-- .pp demandWrby ura'jidlygroingcity. Free lunch from n till I o'clock. 'The ben of liquors ,(scarce,)per dot. ...-0 3* Cto + '.': d S
to the annual conventions and to the -The month of March ever true to its Pucatoes, Irish, bushel. .
per (* x oo
Excursion to St. Augustine. Already charter hIS been obtained only,kept*. Henry'. Retreat/*.Cay strert,weM rf Sweet _. 6i 'S .
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very general diffusion ul pamphlets and and"a organized theri1oji provcrfai.il reputation of"com lug in likea Laura ia-5 tf Onion,per bush- __.-...... j (p a_-50 5. ', tIf "*.<-<

Those who desire an expeditions tripto other literature having for their objectthe company lion"'o| ene l f in New J&ti] city with n I nIIDPIL1TI; 1 S yon, wish.to-talc recreation, S. fn a rood game. _
tojintroduce "a IT WILL MAKE YOU LAUGH. -L" 5 t
vhos osejLJs
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SL Ao u tino and back in one day, culture of orange. tied. The superiority full supply.pur of pure| fresh vater'; ,to the snowstorm, followed llY hail and Intense Just received at Bettepiu Restaurant. 19 uses fiae Btackbernes Peaches per per Ih .U>- .......- 30 @tt 33 35 CdUards._o to).B.TOCNTS SaUm,Bay street." r1t
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via Tocoi. had better take he Florence. of the Florida orange A. over those important"par of our4 This c9ld. : : [ : imported.old Topaz Sherries; 5 cases imported? Hungarian Currants per!ib_ -__ 13 1ft IS -S : :: : :;nt1. ,

which leaves this morning at 8 A. M., more city. Tok r; J cases Swiss Vermouth; 5 cases Swiss App1es.perlb12
ofJtheWestlndiesjmd the Mediterranean for time have been Twenty inches of snow fell in Toledo, SVSDUE9. /a1.j
pompany some past Absinthe; to cases Sauterne. Constantly band the
calling at Green Cove Spring both ....__._ Inported Bass Ale on draufhl. [Call.ke it at J.'BTOGNIS *
Wood _
being now established, what w a wantat in' estimatespt 0., I Just Wednesday. uhile, heroin, Jacksonville delicious Scuppemong! Wine,Tinted at Chattahoochee .pin',per con! 3 75 9 4 00
way The steamer i ifi actively engaged procuring Wood sawed,per cord........... .__ 5 50 & 5 75 .'
exported to ar- present is reduction of the excessive the cost of materials, labor etc., are recorded* 7P in. .the. shade" a* by Got.: Martin.' 1193ITNECHAilPAGNlS. tl Hay Northern per cwr ..... -to" t 73 .at the Metropolitan Billiard Stxxu )tlOfOC
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ri\e at Toed at noon and return at 4 I Coal. per ton .K> oo tA i w ooSrru .3f
freights by rail, steamer and express necessary for the arcoiuplislinu-nt of an average: temperature. for the twenty- ,.., -. :;. ?,Florida,per gal_-....-. ,.. 73 64. So\ .S :
M. ,
which will allow
about '
throe hour Uomy.strained.pcrgaF.... .... "
make this Florida1 four liour:. go & t ao
risit to the romantic old tin. Xorthem to peninsula of i Iheir object, and for the i benefit of Jixt receired.3a Sd Imported Chaupagnes'ortM' Tallow pry Rh. ., io @ la Boots and Shoes neat and durable,at EUCK.V$. _'d:

) visitors with a taste for antiquarian research home of a happy: prosperous anti contented '- your readers and the! public! generally, -At: .Mayport,. at the,month. _of the,St brands RoJerer.of M Dctmoaico'i u ms* .Moet Piper& Chando& Hcidsieck*. Potnmery'Ernest(eec): .' .' ; .- .' -, "

will find in the battle ground! of people. ._:_ the "Jacksonville 'Water Works Company Johns, a Mr Talany is' the onerof* a I. Itlroy S. Co.fcKrug & Co. in quarts .pints and-half NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. THE JACKSONVILLE : ; t

Spaniard and ," respectfully submit i the follow- chicken, a cock;\vhkh is ten years old. pints for sale.by the case or Soule a I :,
Frenchman -
Sea-rober '
Mrs. E. A. Taylor, the Elocutionist.We tf .
Errnuvr's Itm '
and Englishman, Indian and American ngjtinttes! : He can't crow in consequence of his age. ia-j t."UJT.; DEPUBUCAN MEETING.PER SALE AND-- LIVERY
look good reading as the .
upon Fo.IaySL4.79o.6in.cov.&ronppe71 tons $.i6o ,
much that i is interesting in the history rarest and most difficult of human, accomplishments iorrortythbt. 4.160 f. 3 in.j ." ri "/' $.240 -The steamerMary Draper ( Jiaschangtd :l, PRIVATE BOARD. ORDER OP THE CITY COMMITTEE! : IA
A few 0.be accommodated with board f
sa" persons good S.TA'BLE
of Florida. 'or Adams St-4.j6of.8in. J o ownership and become the I The following person were appointed to call meet- ;
and have serious doubts For Monroe S"4,16.3 Cain. !' e=8 -" ,12,24 I ia a quiet family by applying the subscrier>at the legs ill their respective wards for the purpose of aom- ',\
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---S.- -- For Duval St. 4.160 f.. inri'" *pv> the Aldermen for each Ward. :
3 property of Thos. Arkwright, of Savannah comer of Cedar and Beaver sireets hinting Meeting to
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and
Novel Way of Disposing a Business.Mr. whether one hundred.scholars, men For Cedar St. ijuo f 8 in. ", rM .200 tf- take place on monday evening at such places as the ,.,.) p.
thStIftSin.a' 680 ; Ga. n-aS ,Wx.STTTSOXj Committee select. The chairman C B. McCLENNY'
and PBOITUTOB..
may ,
women of sense canbev found in the secretary -
John M. of Boon poo-OS icau alDC__-- 'L Io sign credentials and to forward the names of the Aldermen ;.:
Berry, owner the whole country who will undertake to Oakum for caulking,&"._,_" __ 24' -The; Cubans of this city believe in the .' OH.MYI nominated to the city convenooo at National -S 1'1
"Sew York lleetaurant*' near the corner Labor in putting] down pipe, "o Just received Betteliai's Restaurant ao cases of excellent Hall on Tuesday evening.March 9th il/j for rauficuiion. 2
of read aloud to their own satisfaction, to 1500 marble faucets at 7y ,_ ....1.1..25 advice. "Rally around the flag, .t boys/ i imported,French brandy, of the vintage NOIia is& totba public that I have pcbss4 .
Bay and Tine Streets port
having IS plug cocks at $10. -i in -- ISO the wel1kHARTalDGE STABLES. oppomu, .
come from Boston say nothing of attempting to satisfy the itojoao kel lumber t r tank at for the benefit of his and Cato Lee.SECOND.
mg tank2,000 ,aliJ: tf I ,
critical requirements of others street and more are expected. 11-93 WARD-Danid Mclniuss. B Thebaul -
health last October, and being now completely steam JIIIP&o0400. and Andrew Thomas. I VERY. LARGE STOCK OF HORSES. AND '
With these views confess to an steam bc len.N.2 ,ONLY '
we CALL.
-The bring MULES FOR SALE.
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are just now
restored .. *xllnck > oystermen THIRD WARD-Frank GOliard.J. D.Bucky and I S
failing to a 40kegs spikes- .- .n i -i ---- I .
get ,
purchaser p the evident James Hoey.
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at success bivalves
agreeable surprise an masonry'KkTlMTB 500 ing of the'most delicious.
some
for it at this advanced part of the up ? caD be obtained and.ith greater satisfaction. FOURTH WARD-AIexander Lee. Frank Frank.En Those desiring to pnrelmr will Cad it la Jheir aoVj
the of Mrs. E. A. Or AIrWI1AL ac.t1Tl 0\11 nra A 10.'I OI.'TLA YAIw'asTJlPTJ made this and attractive
attending reading that ever an epicure's heart and J.J.Holland.i vantage M exanuoe unusually large
Polite and attentive salesmen ,
season, prOposes. Saturday evening to wait upon every one, i PETER JONES. co4.adapted to aU_ I am aU lecemiat ,.?:: M
next at fifteen Taj lor, to a large and intelligent audience From occupants Stores:&c.. on Bay street,say 600 glad. They are splendid. great and small,.at. THE GKKAT Sotrmta E.u.ua.I' | Chairman City (ommettce. '"
minutes past seven, to collected in Metropolitan Hall on "faucets at $10 each per annum __ .f&poo .i: / "'It tC DANIEL McINNISS; A COMPLETE OUTFIT OF ; .

lend one of the audience for a of Forsyth street 430 faucet at 'to cb... 4.000 I Rough ornaments cut out from:tha Sea .>*
pound Adams lancets at each_ ._ STUPENDOUS SACRIFICES i The makes
Tuesday evening last. street 400 Jio -- 4,003 I .wanliugof the city a new registratIonlecceenry. .
white beans, and the person guessing Monroe street 150 faucet at $10 ch.-......_.*jooIXnral coquina. : of St: Augustine s.l lately Daily. hourly and momentarily disposed of at lie .therefore all cituens art requested register BUGGIES, 'PHAETONS, AND aj
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Tho following was the programme street sjo_. (anctu at Sio. .each'... ....._ 2,500 heir names and residences at the City Clerk's()thc*. T .
nearest to the number in I II been In considerable Ji-ijtf GaUTSotmt Rz.e.ea; iZ
the will demind.arnong
pound, and with ._ : Office hours 9 a.m.to3pLm.eachday. The book OTHER CARRIAGES, ,
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announced for the occasion
deem the above estimate to be ,
etthe We !ni close 6 days before election. 3-611 v
restaurant. Each one trying those who nrelooking for ,Florida curi
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some few substitutions, mLdej.f request, within bounds and clearly shows that: ". THE.PARENTS of the latest styles. .
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ten dollars for the osities. -T\L : .
privilege. iL .1 1 Of all well regulated tunlllg purchase their groceries of
The wasauLiereuLo; .: 'j !i 1PROGRAMME. even without street i and wharf hydrants, CONVENTION.There *
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LIVERY'.SER'ICEO.41. .
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number of guesses for each slecu- Rich Polfc's PJock.Bay street. o.3i tf FOR : >. f rwblcbwiflbeSirtiWied
:. i notice that the. .
-w of f
some
later which are.Lnot included, a, dividend ofthirtythree gas- w3I CoarenttoB of ,
i limited to ten. be a the Republicans of the I "I..v:,
rrr nist-MCSIC. erected of*the litest ,1.1.i City Jacksonville,at National Hall.Tuesday .
cent. be lamps recently are : ; I BUY BOOTS,WITH cvea. ttn {
Ir Maud t.lulIet-.by_ .. ---J. C. Whituer :per reasonably : inc March 9. 1873 for the purpose of nmnimung; the :
___._........Jean calculated construction and finish. They A. K. PEBCITAL'S stamp upon them. They are superior officers voted for of AT THE SHORTEST OTICE.- .
Up-town Improvements-Waverly High r.by Ingeknr upon, thus showing a permanent improved city .to be on. the. 5th April. .1875.' .. ,.. -
The Lost Heir by_.__Thomas Hood to all otters. io-3itf -
House. Babie Hell. by... ._... _T. B.Aldnch ,sale and profitable Investment.IirrnovEMEXT.. are worth,looking at. One Mayor. and o* the 2 )') ,

We Bugle Song by________ _________ -l ennyson TO RENT. One haL .
have noticed in the _______ ..._, __ Seem TERMSl'Mr.
quite a change Roman Guides by Mark Twain -The palmetto trade does not One City Ocrk. MOST :REASONABLE
Ppearance Creeds of the CetU by__..........Ceurge W. Bungay P1eacait.'furnished rooms'cu be_rented near the One City Treasure. I' T tOne ; 1 ,,' :
of that part of the city in the People Will Talk, by..... _-- -TacAsozrillc7; 3fi42. 18i2 to be as active abont town1 this 'year as Su James Hotel Address Lock box 7.P.0. u-sS City Asseuor. 1 / -. .

jamedhte neighborhood of the Waverly kBCOYD rBT-MVSK.TheBeUt : it was last. It m\T.be tlfa(bringing "..., .1. ..'.0- =-,: -------= -=',_ One City Collector. G. U. BR1TTAIN is ay authorized- Agea/ t

In addition .(by request)*.....,..--Edgar A. Poe : '* DIED. And aldermen and Manager,and will always be fan at the Stablcateady : ,
to the various improvements Found,Drowned.On cheap straw hats-.from!1he ,North Jias to ratify the aomuiated ia each ward. '
Madai-'s Child, bv-___ #.__C. MackayPatnckO'Rflurkeadthei ; *>attend to alt buataeia appenai-at the esf.
called S o'clock.
recently made in and abont >.gs.y-ti. W. Bungay : of the j f. : POKCX-At 9 o'clock on Friday morning,the 5th Inssant. Meeting at ta.Jt. J.lc1.D'NY'.
the evening :25th'nlt., William l- something to do with !. <$r PETER JONES. Chairman. -
.. Dickens : of VIOLA of Scpc.16..1112. u.ittJO'N -
the Death of Poor Jo by.- ,. .. ., pneumonia. JOUJI&eUdauahua DANIEL McINNISS. Secretary.Percale S
Overly, Dr Comfort has also 1 he Calamity that lick Mr. Winkle by__Di leased The UfPOCboodriac'alcatlne Wednesday .
j the New England House which' Betsey and i are Out by.,... W. M. Carbon Mandarinleft' here for their home'in a artiiriin the act of crossIng ( IARRIAGE SHOP. .. .-t J *
shuts aice .
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some, za ;at Euckys.FOR
|*en newly fitted up, affording a Introduced to the audience in a neat small BailJ boat, and when about five a lighter load of beef cattle from*the RECORD. .. ,. ,'. V ,, r. 1tf d

coualderable increase in the accommo- and short speech Judge Finley Mrs miles ap the river, wero run into by the Hverlo .'Obstriatro_'lakenlu*; A*. at *r. _.uJ p'. M. SALE. -S GEORGE L LEA.r.cn:
south side of the this city and
dzti001 daily by the Signal Service V. S:Army in this city.

ftature in guellt. A now and important Taylor.by hertDodest self-possession,, steanicr. Roctaway on her down trip had reached the; middlo'or the stream, ,'. s- w'i :!" "' ? ; A half interest. ia one of the.1ourisbe'niand. productive CARRIAGE, .IAKER.. 7. ";'.*

connection wiLl the' hotels is without airs:or professional assumptions t om"" ?ocoi_ From particulars ascertained .- .1 g Z- rn.Whtii E. WASHINGTON AND'ADAM$STREETS.
the e* MS hment any several. of th jumped into the ,water. Maivh'' |. 1 = 5 ? Ifi ORANGE GROVES vi. t t -f

of a firstclasspublic' commanded'the entire sympathies by our:reporter, -it appears that After. considerable trouble,, they, were. .) : i C :1 JACKSONVILLE:' FLORIDA' .". \
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juadry known as the .'Q aker City ot one of too beSt",alienees we have the 6ie mer'"light was ,first .seen about ; s1s./g: ffL-! In East, Florida. For particulars. apply at this office,
hnally captured, j .
Lanndry" 1 i Ms 1"3'1 win build in 6rs&Iasa styteTCarrlaga, Buggies and
now
under the superintend in the city. 10 m. and mistaken for the light onPhillips' I. ,' ,
ever seen ,pt I Tues. '9 303 7r 67 SW Light WIlOlL. { ).(.
pence of an experienced laundress from All that' Mrs. Taylor undertook was ;Point. At this time, the boatwa4saiBng'about _--- -- L. ',Wed. 7 30.01 '60 84 SW Fresh D.OO Fair Repairing neatly done. Com Mdsee _y ,'
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u1&delFhja. ATLANTIC OUST UN-PASSEN6ERTDiVFARTMENT. *. F .6 f7 SW Fresh 0.00 Cl'dy MON S -I" : "
well done but we with the editor of a half milefrom the l i \.f2- ris6 SW Fresh 0.00 dearThul'V .' '
_- agree / ?' c""S 59 N" Fresh 0.FiW'' SOLOMON LODGE, NO. 20. HOME. tc4zMx
the T easternshore, on.he I tarboard tack. her JT.C. March 61 66 NE Fresh '0,00 U'dy A.'FREE' '} i "
Street .Preu, who says i ( \CQ "ltMl1f T ";. iSIs 187$ ; '30.13 Regular meetings-first and third Wednesdays/ia 'S "

Some Peddling. 'We admire Aln.Taylor\uorsan% n- mainsail entirely covering the steamer's Tte attetUon of the Notth-bound Travelers Is invited F.* J' '9 1:'J 3..O.J' 61'57 ''Ii 81 SB NE Fresh Fresh 0.00 OM Grdy Fair sack. V I win give abudlBglotlthe.town or a !tt p" '.

one ha* said of Yankee ped_ timental and pathetic selections than in lights. Both vessels keeping their relative to the fad thai, eommeadnz March the ad, ,175.entirely 1994 evSiS .Brisk .isi rdy r CEO..WJONS' -...Wk 1.1" ROSEWOOD /; :W tuN ;.
corrected tor
the "good old times" that,each those of a humorous character. Her positions unconscious of the ap- service furokfceJ with Barometer, temperature : .r: \-,
for the and due regard to 5
ODe carried the rendition *'B.We Bell" and the death Toaayooewboflapruve1.. .,- .". ..;o;.
nest-egg of a million of prdathing''danger :until the noise from comfort and DCr..11J cue 03 all djily trains between ,( ': CONSUllPf ON' CURED. t . .

donars la his pack. Though we hardly scene were exquisite of poor, and Jo.displayed in Bleak herjpowers!House, the BtrSmerVwheels,iii.owed the 'occupants -j WamingfHi.; Jf. C. and' Pommoutn' Va.,:io :, NATIONAL BANK GOOD GOVERMENT. LAND iii* .

'* firm rrmmm c*tii*with,bi raagni¢ steamers of Itiw SoMIA '
the T.tU EJitw a//LI ; <
flct famous California light- to the greatest advantage., "j i% ,'of. tho_ boat their ,real situation. UieR.iv' Line. OF JFLORIDA.. LSTUBID h Can be entered wtthm a _aIT auk of tile dupot,aM
irxt t _f. ,?r
g-c-lcuhtiog-msn to realize that sum We doubts whether. .Dickens'iumfielfcould It being now too late to arrest the steamer's be secured'' telegraph; 'n d4 "
Seats at ctmp*rtro'on by JACKSONVILLE.! WiH you please, irnfoou your readers that I bane STATE LAND., ;

tmoo_ t UI. yet we should say from have given a more, cffectlre'rcndering headway, the boat was struck amid- 19 the vndcrsigoed.or by appUcation ftmdurtors Sank in itratii tAtStaU.J positive ...it.y r .
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75
oeeaional observations death ot Than ; : William Ilad:11. l himself upon night min upon\Vamington CcOnmUa& ?. CURE CONSUMPTION Boightuaspacre, -. ofi:.' ; :'
of his sales that of "the poorJo": slips saving' < it hail
the Augusta RjOroai. H i Ei- and all disorders of the Throat aad...that.Vyus b WlMred that sogwrerjunent eaamthe bs foo.411
*um total of his receipts in Jackson- was given lij ilw. Taylor,.ondw_i look by clinging''to the-tow-line: 'until taken Staterooms and berths npon the Bay Line steamers I change J Exchange on all oa Northern S.vannehaadNcw points bought York. told,and use ia mf practice,1 have cored tutattreds of cases, State so aeee-abk. "" *
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.tWe will I b* represented by.hundreds of upon this as the highest pfai V tot the aboard Hockawaj.. ,SLmnet.lIodnsn, can be seauwLby.application to conductors'olday* I AT CURRENT T RATES. aad wU give : 'Apotr ROSEWOOD*. aw at the,WAVERLV LEVY cOtThrrY.cZ..DIBBLE.54 HOUStJar.t |ult addresTat *,:IS -

:Iuar.. 'Ve have examined mV"Lightlator difficulty experienced by all who attempt jumping overboard just:before tho collision trains ,upon ;\V3nvngtMK & WeWoa, Railroad. *,of ._ 9 1,000 00

Ig by Ukjram to the Dndersigned. f- DJRECT Jis A.Ys7'oc-ffdL.Dz4s: : for a case it wOl act benefit. ladeed.to strong mj .p.Isw'j J
& JacboImIIc.J--rcS
the and though many of to reader the simple and pathetic gems t ,.was drowned,.and his body was : :., ,! A. POPE, ) /fewW. H_. faI.I will sad a SAMPLE FRKlito any sttCnerPlease -

rules we emphatically "old stories of natural feeling that appeal to the uni found Wednesday morning floating ;33101 : _General Proenger_ArtCOUNTKV JOKM CLue.Esq.- this letter .
__, F E.!motU"u'V..A. )IcLBAii.EsqC. show to any one you BUT know who FDR .
J'I.told." jet it is but just to say that ser versa!'heart, U plenary evidence of the near:-Speuing' ship-ways, near Mr. ; SUPPLIED 1104.Psmo RsuncTON,Esq., .A. FAiaou-D,EI.- Is. _.lcTt- "these Yours dbea es",.and oolirt.Vv ,*f FUJUUSlIED-.ROOWS! .' T 1"'.... **, -
FaithiJly (
&1 ofhj l ( FIRMS PROMPTLY .' Rzwno 53. DAMOM GBKXMUAF,, 5J4... i. .. l'I Good bcibttet,Cx_
dlark's wharf. Locatiopleasant. oaaekeepi>
that tU4o TJ x.
: computing rules assertion the perfection. ,e acting Coroner .
are original With the best Groceries the.Market by Wm.Rich, \.C.SQl1Du. "iW.M.'Eosiwicx, LSII. DR. T. F. Bu*T. laqMilealbblazyd .

geo and expeditious. conceal Itself in'a pathos, and tenderness iir/W. .L Coan, being! notified, impae- cash. III S :16,1'7 u..zy '-u7 dot t9 ;filliAl&,.Lew J..I. JJ-d1 -. r B. KILLCCG'S

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THE SOUTHTsEMI.WEEKLY.: : JACKSONVILLE SATURDAY. MARCH 6, 1875.; .

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: 'tt i : Helping Convict. MISCELLANEOUS. FURNITURE: MISCELLANEOUS --

Many a convict a1, after getting out of -.- I ___ V I V I;: .FLO: RIID A: I' SA.V I N G S 'B A1N K V

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prison would lead a respectable life Talmas and.Peedee Jackets at.BUCKY'S.HP URNITURE 'WAREROOMS.S .I : ;, "V'.- D. GREENL.EAF' : ;" _;//I :. : ; '. : -' f' ..

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:: if he could only.begin,wejl.. But people r T :' V V V .AND REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE. : .
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and SAVANNAH ADVERTISER V .
arc afraid of Turn, wonjt\ trust : I : V V

hint or give him employment'! ; and so V ,Published. Dally and Weekly; [Incorporated July 6th,1874.J V VV

; L heMis into'roguery! again to make DAVIS: & DREW. JEWELER.: ;' V V V OFFICE. V
V V SAVANNAIIGEORGIA.CEO. IN LOVERIDGE-S
;. out a living. The late Henry J. Raymond I V .. -. V V BUILDING.jAckaoitaTT.L OCEAN STRUT'

S of the New York Times, made N. NICHOLS.F.., W. SIMS. ,1nu1llT.-latenst *. FLA.. }

3 ., a convict honest by'lending' him $10. ;' '.Publuher.. : V' .Manager. V aaual! afldeitswhich at the rate 01'seYCQ aba1 have and remained three.tcnths three per months cent Cor two cents per day on Sloo)win 5 Ie paid
: I cannot understand b-w'you can sell goods so much: cheaper than we can buy at nome. la:an expression .. aM III1IIQpaJ oltbe DeposICO or mon ill the Bank 10 be added
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: One while in his PARLOR SUITS. CHAMBER SUITS.., Store. The is this He of ulIIIaII,
; ) day, busy room, heard daily at GRtENLEAFS Jewelry answer : buys .directly e. V '
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t f The ADVERTISER Is .five. comprehensive news : ; .-. .received ondcpnsIt shall be tll\'eltcd
man io first
thereappere4tohim a saying, the latest .tfts era mortgages.011 real and
News
paper. publishing and Market Reports .ofat penoaal
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the value,'Or la other collateral proJlCnJ r.
I i ; : errs.this' Mr. Raymond.? from all parts of the country,particular attention being .. MANUFACTURERSThereby IIDIPC. securities.Riu. .

Being assured of this 'ne continued given to Savannah's Local and Commercial afiairs. V V. ESTVT*.-This corporation will act a*trustees tor the purchase and sale of real
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ntate
FIXTURES or
V MOSQUITO BARS & aad 'managementandrcperty generally.jAMES'H. "* IQII'I
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: IN POLITICS ,
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..I ,- / :ru/, ; : I, laving one pro6t.and sells at a small advance above cost., There knot a jewelry store North ot Southods V
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4i "Can-I speak to'oU) a few moments, The ADVERTISER Will! be a bold and fearless exponent I where cube sanwr: quality are sold at as low prices silt Greenleaf',where is now being opened M 1m- V V V ,.PAINED. SA\1'L SPF.\RINC.Yice-l'rnident. JONATHAN- C. CUUEV:
ol the Democratic Conservative mense stock of goods usual/kept! In a first-class jewelry estabhshmenf., A't' are invited to call and COnDarC TI'CI.
I', sir? Creed. V prices' Gmrnleaf transit time is acknowledged to be the standard. Observation taken daily with Blisses Improved .

.. The HSS, was shoved aside.i 'TOJDVERT1SERStjnezoefled : Patior Suits. DA.VIS'','& DREW, chambe=Sulta 1'ransit-the only transit: In the State. Chronometers repaired and rated : ',.' '. ..' V V .. V _" V II. .

"I have .from' V V
: just come Sing Sing" Parlor Chambe / '
advantages'are Offered,our targe and Increasing Suits. of I Suits The ,Best of Workmen V CITYVV V .
corner Employed -and SATISFACTION
: COUNTY
hesitated the man, 'Circulation rendering the ADV1&1ISR: a Parioi V Chamber: ; ,. ; STATED .AXD .SCRIP SOLI) AT CURRENT
RATES
.q .: "Not from the prison, I hope," valuable, advertising.- medium. V V Suits. BAY'AND LAURA STREETS Suits.' I .V : V V i.'

,. ; ..; ; said the editor, by the way of putting ,, ':iEkMS BY MAIL Suits.Parlor' .J JACKSONVILUI. FLA. Chamb GUARANTEED.V. .

; the caller at ease with a joke. 49*,.Postage, Pre.paid.br..tie Pnblisher.., t Suit'V I ."' .

; "Yes sir-said the visitor, "I got Daily.. I ).ear.___-?.?,,..._L._ .__.$.$.uo .- All Kind of Jewelry Manufactured' VV : REAL ESTATE
f I t j 6 ""*"!*!.?...._.__...._............mi-t-4-CO' .. '('MQ Cut'and Engraved' 'Stone :Gold'and V "Silver. V .
my discharge a few.days ago. MI; :3" ': ...>._V..:% ..?.?..:._ ,?...?.-, 1.oo grams ,
I "Well said Weekly.. t year.;...._;U_..".. .-7$ V EXAMINE' OUR LARGE STOCK. : Endless variety TOYS and HOLIDAY GIFTS.: VV : V V V
._ ', myman, Raymond, 6 months__......__,...,:.;;;.?.,?..J.oO VV ..' 'r." :' I / r.VV V V V V V 111" ton !SALE ay THE
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p r': .' "1 hope ''you' were ihn'oVerit:" :: t_- : --- V :55 3 ;.

: : "No,- ir," 'phc.r.( the convict, "1 : V .' Trucks and.:valises at Bucky's; ; ., .' V V /; '. 'u.' V __ < ::. ': '::1 i. .

c : .' was guilty. 'You' see, sir, I am ant .,1- J.,H. NORf ON. .' V V V ..S.H.KOOJCER.. .- .FLORIDA. SAVINGS: V .BANK. AND REAL ESTATE EXCffANGE.Tb
al Law and Public. V .
i
4 CURED; ,FREE V Attorney Notary: __ ,., .. _. .
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engineer and machinist by trade. I PITS ; : 101 101 : '. 1'J\ ; : ;c : '. "r': : V :
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"Allen property' one of the finest re< .
I ., .. want to..J lead..an !honest .life, and) ,when Any 'person suffering from the above disrate I Is requested ulGl Jill *! 5101V 1M ." V :: ,NORTON, &. KOOKER. q,, : ; 'c IBIU from* the port-office peautiful river fron*,boat,hoiwe.%Urje grape: 30 urneyd acres of. no land orange.oa the trees shell nl..
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..: .. ;"I I: got a place:: and, at.*:ork all very icine. v.'ill to.be address forwarded DsvrHiCB.wid by Enpress a trial boole of med 101 fay. St.. '!.. 10111i1 ,r' ,. 'OBALKItSlI: Vi *i V than barn one-half& House cert hat on easy 19 rooms terms finished, la,close throughout an cutate.in the tot manner..> V Dobble_ ;piazzas<
{'f\'t') : f well, some kind friend came along 101 :JAcONvILL.: 101 101 : .
-V .FRF.EI i hI a- 101 REAL .A tract 01'sa ac_ of Iandone mile northeast? of the: city,near the Moncrief Spring'snelt road. We
nd told boss that I was a prisonI V = ESTATEV Jocate4
: ? my .. ;101 tel V lorbuildiat... lots ,r u rlet,garden.. .. Price f 17.Jo per ac*.,
The .
the } chnrjrn .
only cost being pre'a which owing -
I .c ; bird and'I' had to be out of that.: -,:
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t* my large business,are smulL 101. .hll. "
j. V 'V ;"V V OF1' V Several bouse aud lots well located in ,.1&0 cay of Jacksonville.Laad .
Then I got another place! aijd got we}ll Dr. Price has made the treatment Of 1111 V .. .. 101 : ... .
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lui .. .. lui .. ; V .V .
for
; :IIi' to work, and the same thing happened FITS. OR EPILEPSV. 101 101 GENERAL INSURANCE 'AGENT? representing the settlement admirably of"Sprla adapted Garden "orange in VoUw.a culture> in parcel,ami 1 on terms ta"' itt the buyer in the crowi .
.'' q 101 tOtOtOtOlOlOD&DOl0l010IO1 ;. ,. ,,' .following: cornpanies ; : V county' adjoining the St. Johns rive,. Sef'ullarge Orange Gro.2.
ed there. I ; weD establis ad: r
Now am looking wr1'Of already .
a study lor years and he will warrant a cure by the V. I..' ; : : V V V V
t .' ; another job and I am going to begin use of bis remedy V .V 101oaoooouooouof.oooooocolOIlOloo L. : FRANKLIN PHILADELPHIA V '' combined V <.setsoover" V V Several S V
< of land "FruitlanJ between
., Do not fail to send to him fur a trial bottle; it costs DAVIS oolOllOlOlooouooonoooooooooouoolOl V : pieces on : Peninsula, Lake George: and Dunn's-Lake-desirahl
&ptrw
,
... t// by telling what I am, and when I get nothing and. he_ CONTINENTAL,'OF NEW'YORK, .. : V fo',Orange Groves and Residences-.-for sale on rea*>halle ternvi. V 'V Itxuid

1'Of J ," 1 anything to do I shan't lose it in the 1 WILL CURE YOU, 101 101 101uux 101000QOOO.XMOOOOOOOOJ00101lot FVKHITVRB. ocoolOl: : .' V' : .!;MANHATTAN. OF NEW YORK, }VV S7 oo6oooLOANING : 30 one-acic building lots,well located onemile; from the city a{$50.to'f too each:payable in'monthly! i iastaJ.
j
; matter a'5C j mentsof 13 to |10. .. .
no of bow long standing t .. .
: same way. I' bow many other) remedies may have jour(ailed. may be. or lolooo. W AUHOUS.. ooolOl .. V : f PENN/.OF-PHILADELPHIA; .' ', ;' : V i j r'. V "*
J "How much is it man? said Circulars and 101' lOlooooooonoocooooaoooaoli: : &)! Also a variety of farms, and tram of Und well !located along the St.
r my testimonials sent.with j j'FREE 1U1 ICIIII01010 D&. D 01010101111 MONEY ON REAL, ESTATE AND : CONVEYANCING Sute- John river ant In other parts of die
1'.J 7.r: : Mr. Raymond. 101 101 101 101 A c.3otf
V V
TRIAL BOTTLE.Be : ., .- e. .
V 101 tui 101 10 SPECIALTY.V -
V
I r. "Well, sir, replied the man, "1 partJcuW; wen'IS 101 101 101 lui
to give
I>.: j :' : : f haven't: got the price o{. ;JL dinner Post-office.Address direction. ,and Tour Express.as your.. V 101 101 .f' 101 101 101 101 101 101 We give below a few of, the many choice places. for sale.by us :' V THE 'SINGER MANUFACTURING COMPANY'S: CELEBRATED

\ t J I .' : .J; about me, now, and I don't know DR. CIIAS.V T.: PRICE. .__101 I 101 _...M 101 No. 1}' !T...o-story house on Ashley street near St. No. 105. ,DunUwton Plantation; on Halifax river, V
:>i J : c where I am to sleep to-night.! I think *-'7 ty 67 William Street New York. V V 101 101 James Hotel, pleasantly situated in one of the best seven miles north of.Mosquito inlet,at Post Orange;
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.. V r V 101 101 neighborhood In the city; house Is new,with six rooms, i.ioo acres,f.tjq,acres rich hammock,lying one mile
', 1 ii i naa len dollars i coma get on until V 101 101 plenty of cloteu. and good: servant's room; lot 52 M*: from river: 50 acres high shell land, Immediately on SILK TWIST
", : ; :f"1 I found somebody to takeme for Beautiful Silk Scarfs variety oI'coIor: at BUCKY'S '%, '."101 101 ioj (eel, good fence, good sidewalk, and the street the river, bank having tronl of about one fourth mile,
1 V \\tI flrV-_ ..101 _101 shelled: grapes in bearing: a fine lot of young orange with large two-story frame house, 18 rooms,mealy
I 1: 'i.". : i. what lam, worth, :and give me some TV" EARNEY'S V' .'.'.'', trees! ; flowers and shade trees growing thriftily; good nobbed: .house commands view of the river and ocean This company now hiving in fall operation at Newark, New Jersey,the latent: SILK WORKS l la du.
well wish back porch which is covered with and world, to furnish '
on Is propose a superior article V '
pump
surroundedVW large bearing, trccI OSLkVTiL5t
orange V
.) J I : : !honest work to do. I don't want to .1. .. Cowering vines. Will be sold cheap.. soUle.75.to 100 in number: good well ud a cistern V .

: N. B. To *.. that holds i.aoo gallonsin yard 'ditched AT, GREATLY: .
'f .. .. \ go down hill, sir, FLUID EXTRACT capitalists desiring a big thing there : thoroughly : REDUCED PRICES.
i is fine in few thousand dollars and drained; canal from sugar-house" running to the
h! 'l' THE FINEST AND BEST SELECTED a opening Springfield; a
1 The ten dollars closed that conversation w ill go great way just now. For particulars enquire !river for transportation of crop; immense quantities of V For
the
'J t,2 ': ; on the instant. Perbapsayeai IN THE SOUTH. of Norton &: Kouker corner Ocean and Bay streets.Wild orange: trees on the l>place. the soil is similar to the convenience of the public thi' celebrated TwUt is

{ f f, B U C H U'I I No'" A HAHDSOMB RESIDENCE FOR SAIL-Si best sugar land V of Cuba,to which it b fully equal : .
;J 74. PUT
Jimestone ON OF :
4; i afterward, Mr. Raymond was at it l large: rooms and kitchen double bay window on the choicest is abundant.in Florida 1 his place Is really one of the i V i UP SPOOLS. ._ DIFFERENTSIZES. ,
} i >f J fair of the American Institute, and w est' large double parlors double piazza on the south fore the places and was known as such be- V .
.' The only known remedy forBRIGHT'S commanding one of the finest views in Jacksonville: z.V war_ V : The naest quality being thereby offered on spooL'n quantities
4 J" : ; while looking at some machinery on Parlor RICH PLAIN. Clamber: windows filled with four lights 4O-inch glass and nung N.B. Do you want A snug winter home. with

.4. ;, '.. '. exhibition, a decent man in charge of Suits. Suits. with card and weights on pulleys and reaching to the orange trees and flowers, in Florid*? You can get a FROMFIFTY YARDS UPWARDS.The .
Parlor and Chamber floor with blind: all casings arc finished with mould- a beautiful lot, 705156: feet.In Springfield, high and
; .. it approached him and said- DISEASE, Suits. Suits. l Ing and oiled and tarnished, making a beautiful finish i healthful,and within ten minutes walk ot the poet-office, above unequafed twi 1 j ; "IsthisMr. Raymond ?" S i'z SUBSTANTIAL Cb""ber" ceilings high walls\ "hard-finished open stairs, double on which to make it,for $35. For particulars enquire for different machine through the ccuntry are using this twist in large quantities;and as agents
ts glass, front doors. mortice lock on every door in house; Norton & KooVer. V '.
And V
4 : ," g "Yes," he replied, "but I don't a positive remedy for Parlor Chamber ,, china closet! ,store-room,plenty of clothes-presses bathroom SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS ..
Suits. FURNITURE. Suits with from charming No.i4. A tract of 88 V ,
t. ; hip roof cupola, which a acres; 60acres: cleared hammock
'f remember you. V view b to be had of the hc river and surrounding land: fine fronton St.John's river; two miles west I art offered to the trade all those about to purchase! wilt do.well to send for our price list.
i'r. t "Don't remember the from GOUT, GRAVEL, STRICTURES, country : three lots, making ixao feet; good well; of Jackson le..,This 1s one of the most desirable river V
> you man DIABETES young shade trees started; Lalf mile from post-office. fronts in the vicinity Jacksonville. Will be divided. ,
: .. ';" :". Sing Sing?" DYSPEPSIA, I For sale at a bargain. if desired. .

i4 4 -V ":1 "No," said Mr. Raymond, "Idon't NERVOUS DEBILITY We are prepared to offer our stock at No.;96. A large two-story house with ten large No. 146 Six acres oa Arlington river adjoining the THE SINGER
DROPSY rooms; thoroughly built,and finished in first-rate it le. Florida Home containing the old For saJc'with
vineyard.
f .
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1 .
remember covercJ
from twelve of
any man Sing y remarkably low prices. feet ceilings: one acre ground at a bargVn V : V
.ti: : :f. 'j' with fruit tree*and Bowers: pleasant! I.>rale{: ithin : V VV VV
4 Sing. : NON-RCTENTION.: OR INCONTINENCE Ot five minutes walk of the raiiu! .... hi.;..f 10,000; No. 147. METROPOLITAN? Hormt.-This hotel is V
iii "Why" said the man from Sing URINE, IRRITATION INFLAMA1ION. 14,SOO down,balance. on long time idcsired.centrally! located built of the best French brick,and .U V V V V V V
t OR ULCERAT1ON OF THE -:JO:-' No. acres in Orange one mile from a first-cai) house in every respect. For prices and
90. 400 county;
Sing "don't recollect ? And .
.1} '" V 'I you Melonville. Price. |s per acre. terms apply to Norton &: Kooker, '

i >\' f. then he rehearsed the story here set V : V

: ,," i down, and said he had subsisted on BLADDER AND KIDNEYS DAVIS & DREW, Call on or write to us,and state your wants: i ,. V :; ,

: Mr. Raymond's loan until he found OFFICE COR. OCEAN AND BAY STS.,JACKSONVILLE; FLA. :
49"Yisitors always welcome. Latest file V5V .
Sl'LKMATORRHCEA:: papers on _' o V. : 1-196m I. f.' .
V V'"I employment in his line with
,. own a V DEALERS IN ., V V V. ;. .
or Whites, Diseases of the Prostrau '
.
J : ;; ) ; was well pleased with him, giving !him Gland Stone; in thi HLdJrr.Culoul".Gra.t-I or Brick: All kind of FURNITURE. CARPETS, A. O. HUSSEY.. JNO.V W. HOWELL..., .. .: : :

:1. V, '.:.1-1 good wages and steady work in a dust Uepu&u and Mucus or Sulky Discharges. MATTRESSES WHITE> ,WALNUT ; : ti'.

). i t of honorable and CEDAR LUMBER etc. I :/,VV
nnd
; :.0,.; place trust responsibility HUSSEY .& HOWELL) V
,1' .
V \ l' Taking bank-note from his KEARNEY'SEXTRACT ; JACKSONVILLE. FL VV

f ; pocket, the engineer repaid the borrowed - WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN V V VV = IJ

(: ': money, saying that he had carried COFFINS AND UNDERTAKERS Vi .f V

it for months without BUCHU BOOTS SHOES V
j' some :: rVF- V = : .

; f V V : 1. finding an opportunity to leave his Pcrinaiiently cures all Disc esHLADDER of the ETA LI.1C AGAIN

\ I.' ,oj .., work and come lo town for the !pur.pose. KIDNEYS. AND DROPSICAL M BURIAL CASES, LEATHER & :FINDINGS.- V I ,:.' i I I II TEITJMPHANT. .

V : ) ? AND %

.t .: '.. I '"It's good ten dollars, Mr. Raymond SWELLINGS, WOOD COFFINS V 133,254 MAJORITY.

'-1;: -: for it's just the cost of saving EJli ling in men, ,'omenaud children A complete assortment of New York? and Philadelphia' fine

j V ,( me from ruin." Goods!? always on hand. V .: V V STATISTICS OF, SWORN. SALES FOR .1873 :

V .. V When he told the story afterwards: NO MATTER WHAT THE AGE! i iI Sole agents in Jacksonville for Samuel l Dunbar& 'Co.'slisses' -

r I V kt, Mr. Raymond thought it was cheap: I and V. V ; Companies V Sold In 1873. Companies. Sold 10.1173..
Children's Fine Shoes.
":. I and said he had charged all his other r[ r tecl.N.nDac.Jlou1a.oC: Keaim.-y's; Fluid THE SINGER....,.- 83 .444 American. n.__ ...___ 4lb
.. Extract Riirhu ,> worth more than all other Ruchuscombined. Goods sent mail or' all 'ff V Whe.'er & Wilma_-i- 119,180 C & 1I0w. ____ _. '
by to ofthe. State 13"1"
: loans to the account of 4ihe'engiri ." ',' }<- : '. :V V 7 ,V V/ ': : V __ express, parts.. ( : Doaacstic_ .. .__ .
eJ' 40.114 Remington Empire__....?_-__ 9, 4j
V V and balanced it. j Price One Dollar per Bottle,or Silt Bottles for Five Bay Street near Laura Jacksonville 'Flo. V V Grover&; Baker .'T.; ..V.__ 86.179 Florence-...._______. !.6o V
tV ___. .' Dollars. V V I OF ALL SIZES AND QUALITIES. :Weed.. r. .,..,, ;.______ ,
I V/ to j :a .76o Davis_......._.__._. .;.:,...._ I.Ur
V > ,, -V Wilson- ......L -_._. .___ 10247_, 'fiClDr'; : __ ..,.u4._
V '- --
j V IMPORTANT TO St.RCEONs.-Dr. J. DEPPT.I04., DUANE. ST., NEW YORK. EMBALMING LADIES'DONK AND: WHEN GENTLEMEN'S: REQUIRED.ALSO ROBES.. ILLIARD SALOON. IMA.MMOTH V Howe.. _.________ No returns Blecs__._._..*..nnm.n"n.._.._________w -.... 3.45s:

V r 9 [ S. Ciiadcn! published InAhc I M&&aI. A Ph7 Wan attendance lo answer ForTcspondeIks B Gold Medal__ h__.. i6,43 Secor...'..............__ ? 3.43"

; mitt 'ai1id' Gzze/Itinform'atio very, and give ad,'ice gratis. V4jNu P. (The Largest south of Washington.) JAPANESE SEED CORN. WilcoxSGn: >.-_ -__---__ IS.SSt :tnaJ E. BramesdorC.._.?.._ 3c3f

; V 5 important to who MARBLE AND MARBLEIZED
V surgeons arc not
BAY OPPOSITE
; V STAMP rOSt PAMMILKTS; PI'.FE.'H SLATE MANTELS. STREET POST-OFFICE. "Conquering! poverty! Unsung the earth OUR NEW FAMIL-Y'' MACHINE'
V 4 cognizaht of the fa that the application .. And bidding cefiance to.gaunt Famine and Death." .

V V:4 of a white-hot iron to the body SLATE HEARTHS, &c., V.n j Q "Tit'tlrli ,'.htttrittt. tnxJttt"" ..61 frtf/e Embodies New and Essential:, ". i -
Z P.incipfe-Simplicity! Construction Ease of of Precise
: MANUFACTURED TO variety /c,, : Operation:Uniformity
: is absolutely t painless i while when ORDER V '- U V rvtrgrrmt in Amirict"This V Action at any Speed: Capacity Range and of Work
V V .only TO THE .: -5CJ5 < 4 is the testimony of tkirtten papers, published V V V V V or Variety Fine or Coarse-
AND FOR SALE BY I LEAVING ALL RIVALS BEHIND IT. .
red hotis'an extremely painful: opera V < In different States to whem we sent small sample pack V : : V V
Z-en )last to test It., V .
V CALVIN OAK L"O agtt year ,,
-
tion. When operating with a red otiron' t-- The fliwe,.o! Huntsville Texas. -
NERVOUS 0 "Wehare
:
AND .c sayi
DEBILITATED Street between Laura
Forvyth and :1 TESTTHE
Hocans SINGER 'ANY
BEFORE
; seen a specimen stalk of this which PURCHASING OTHER.
on com: had
V men screeching was: fear '* 6-IO' ,Jac oDrille.Florida. Eo Q' 0 twenty-six' \
V tare*ears fully matured VV
oa
It
I :I:
: (ul, while when the iron was white OF BOTH SEXES.NO .- ... -, -- h F c1.J .en g: ::> "It surpasses alt anticipations,and Is Just the TERMS EASY-PAYMENTS LIGHT. : V V
'h' 'ii <: d article needed in ,
i iif hot not a murmur was heard ; and CHARGE FOR ADVICE AND A NEW LOAN .J I .. : III isa. "It is superior thiseonntry.to any other-Timtt.variety/Natchftoches'-Jrrmt: .

.: V when he operated so upon a horse the V TAIION.Dn. CONSUL- rtV i .; Q.< IV.C1 Corning, N Y. "It will be a ralaable acquisition In "
: l I II .! the agricultural products of the country."-Gtttt. Besides the WORLD'S FAVORITE. we keep constantly on band a large supply of V
n V V :t animal seemed scarcely! to be aware ON A NEW PLAN. iJ Ii -fl'. .. __..... ., Sulphur Spring Texas. This com.can be sown the V
1 of whit do'ne.lIc I > ,D -.J .. .en.. latter part of July,and ripen before frost."-Udtx. CLARK'S O.N.,T.SPOOL COTTON four spools fi>r twenty-fi cents. V
t was being fl. 0 :I _
f V proposes J. DVOTT, graduate of Jefferson Medica I I :::' "" Vo Warsaw, Mo.: It is highly recommended SI mER'S STANDARD MACHINE from
,, i! by those who TWIST twenty-fire cents up-all sizes and c.ers,
I V to for CoUvge. Philadelphia, uuihor of several "aluablewnrl.II 1 nvc't yonr money at home in the Q > Z have I
use : tried \\t. -OJtu>Kt font "We have
Actual a large noticed
V cautery can be consulted on ad diseases of the Sexual: ar Urinary I V ] VCfl. this corn highly spoken of the try. : ACME MACHINE TWIST,too yard spools a fur 35 cenu;.50 yard ;OO( .!3 for 15 cents..

1 spirit i blow 'pipe.! VV either Organs In ,. (which he lias .mode especial Mutfy] FIRST MORTGAGE LAND GRANT Ji I ;I J f 5.: .-..... .!. i"4.."' 'U">: ,SI oO Moulton Ala. .,"It wilt yield by la our fna.climate-AJwrt two Crops lr.. V V sINGERS LINEN AND FLAX THREADS ons. NEEDLES, &C.: &C.

V .. V (gloating ue of or how female! no matter from what cause: or t; Q Ii ot oS a year..t'f"rml,. Bastrop,.Texas.. "1s can be __ I ': .
or long standing A practice of 30 t I cet 1! Z. Zo: Q5 successfully grown In Canada."-Mortal Want -:-.,.-
: l' ::1 yean enables him to treat diseases with success. Cures }tRE'UUlONDS.\ .s .SI "It O peculiarly adapted to the short seuons of the V
I : A If. <
.. gentleman stepped into A. Louis' guaranteed. Charges i' 501uoble. host at a distance t., I < North.-Rev..y. Lff. Reokuk. Iowa. "It Is just V The

,; ;ii. clothing.store On Saturday last and I on stamp'forWitdittcv to pay fiusuce deSLtibing)snptom and enclutioi" t Nuwofferred5rsatebyib. I 'j u 2E-0-E-! rn -, .-g" the Florida thing for. our swamp Und.''-ZV. 7 iiu/_ .*,Ovals Singer Manufacturing Co., .' V

: V{ V picked himself out a very fine coat. ;1 V 1 0. 1"0'" .2'V .3.We have'the above'testimony V V on V We In V our-office V ,No. 172 BROUGHTOX ST., SAVANNAH GA.
Send ;, .8 :
larthe
: hjkata.VJ4 lOCo GREAT SOUTHERN RAILWAY it; :,. and could.produce if
Friend Ash was i in his happiest mood I V ... _-4 many more span would permit
"o 0 It will .
from C. A.
: V V 1 t-<. produce jo to SOD-bushels of 6,1/1"cora VOSBURGH Manager.
.!: : .1 and began to extol the' beauties of the B. J.' DYOTT M. D"PbJd.111 V [Consolidated] V Z' ..: ::;: .17, to the. acre on any soil,(iron Florida to Oregosu :We V GEORGE JV: FRAZIER V .u '
'' ::t in the possess! merit ttattmtnti, tAttt/attr.,. Ageat, V ;
coat following I manner: V a I. B. TOCNI Proprietor. The important points of superiority claimed tat this I .ijtf V. V VV
J V and Surgeons 104 Duane St, N. V. Every bond when redeemed will receive a. .nremiiun 4 3m V V JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.V
"Now.yust look dat 1 Is corn over other varieties-and which are fully sustained VV
V ; .__ at vas feel in .
place interest .
L'" I ,according::to the plan redemption. : by the voluntary statements of l tinners who raised from .r V V V

r ,- J ;1 you like de paper on de vail. Dat is; M ORRIS A. :DZIAI4 NSKI- in amounts of from. LIVERY,SALE ANDFEED, seed got of us Ltst year are these} .__ .ESTABLISHED IX. 18C8.. I V
: J ; yust vat'ou'ant !" j STAPLESI ilL This com will yield from twice to three times as V V
; V ,onY > ... $1.00 to, $25. ooor; $50.000 '--:' "J many ,"slleLto the acre on the same soil and with the
I '11 .-.es, said ,the customer,., "Inu! I -I same culture. '- '
!
.. AUCTIONEER and. The corn Is heavier I In VV
V weight has a larger.
this
is not what. I want. 'I'hsis1og-:" V On each bond. longer ear and thinner husk and makes corn meal tor V V.A.K.; : pVEVRCjVAJ.; : .
V wood-dyed coat. I don't like: the V ANDCOMMISSION faotily use sweeter:and more nutritious,and valuable \ ] : :
V V V Bonds redeemable allotment. ,
V by Si* allotments olbnnd far
t I feeding stock., ::1. V
smell. ". Six distributions premiums In 187$'. 3rd.""I'll.stalk grow more vigorous and healthy. and :. .: SUCCESSOR TO J< If. CROWELL.": ." ; I to( 3 {I : V V

- 1L 1 "My frient," sad ',As""" '''.lat cbaf MERCHANT. .'. Apply to _, ___ __. ___ sufficiently\ sprongo product from' 3,to y wetl-developed! : -' I,. ., ;. I ','.4.VVVV1VVWJ; .. .1 V
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. .I is yust vat you vant. It ish not dar .. -All kinds of merchandise received on comign- > Financial Agents 411\,,Th. .-stalks bear jnore foliage. and ii better for "VVfl, :. '. V V V. t' .. tdJt t ;,:C'H":{ :_! V "

:. coat vat smells. dat vat, ;. no; sir, doth I meat, and sold at auction or private. sale.. :, .*. II" .* HARVEV GRANGER.71 Broadway Cenl Agent New, York City .. ..-;.-. -. I i feeding jt*. That it will grow and product a profitable V crop Vf'. V V .. .' ,''. .ui 'it.

isz."I'.J) The best; and most stylish : on ground where other corn will not .
V I .livery teams In the grow to maturity. ,
I Every description of goods,entrusted to me tat..sail J1_ EDWARDS Agent. can be found at the Stable of the undersigned city the; fan." Ii ripens earlier and Is not liable to be caught by ,t,At Ii : 11 jk4V [ w !- ?.1' '
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i is needless V Office lEather Little's near .
Jacksollville.11Itf I '
;Jo say that: the gentle. _ill be deponed of MI1EST Bookstore, Florida Home corner of Cedar and Forsyth Streets. froct. ... "' ;.'! ;':'-t .
manptrclItsed: i Hones boarded 7th.'To be cut green and used for fccdia It U (1."4 .
T the : : and well cared for on reasonable fifty .
coat. 'Marshal i .
I FJCURE1'POSSIBLE terms. per:cent better than any other variety ocorn.V' _' ,: j"... ,. .. : \Ift ,..,. .
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1 V .1 j Times. '' FOR ST. AUGUSTINE. Strong team 'fOr hauling V purposes always on hand.- Our Corn has all been selected with the greatest care, :I'' : .tYJA .'
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W.HT.AVERYt the small end of every ear broken off,the balance ':t,f ., \ 1a .
to lh< o.'ner, and and made. :
accurate returns
prompt shcllcdbyhand.
: Jacksonville,Fla.I May yo, 1814. if'jIVLeOx'S ; .
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V of George Eliot's I best thoughts WE WARRANT1 EVERY GRAIN 'To'CROW.The -:1L:
PALMETTO BLOCK; s5s7sw3m < ,' T _... '. '
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have a belief of own and it / yield per acre over the old varieties : ; '. :
comforts my Jacksonville. Fl*. Magnolia} : will pay for. the seed ao times over;.besides. Very V
that bydesiring.what i is i V .L :. "I.r .V farmer that plants this year will have a large demand :: V V DEALER IN V
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..; perfectly good, eVen"when we! -dot? :: DE'OT, LUMBER\ Y R1J., '. : V Wiflmakeregularirips FRUIT AND VEGETABLE STORE for This seed Corn at good was prices.produced. by.some.. V procured V .' .by our_ !

j quite know what Jf is and cannot do .V V I between Jacksonville&; Consular Agent and aid to have Its origin\ In Japan.V, -BOOTS 'O'E'S'dLJAt.ijJ; ;: R
whatwe St. Augustine.rw On 8.STREET near WASHINGTON, : ,: ,
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the TERMS.By ,
_ < wcrepart divine I CONTRACTORS.AN BUILDERS, Fragbtsatinwraus. \ .1' > i !

T1t'4 power against evil, widing the,sVirt of r : 1-_ V _For freight or passage ,Families $supplied at regular market rates. V mafl.posz.pald 'i.oo per pound put 1Ip 10 neat ;AND :
; .L V light, and making 'the ,WILL. PWD. A 10VJLLSON :1 packages; 15 packages forftorjo packages foe fao; FINDINGS.VVVVVV: ;
struggle with apply & WHiTLOCK.Jacksonville.
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I I : i" V .- ( too packages for|io.< Elegaat Chrooos,13x14 laches,
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11 darkness narrow.: FULL ASSORTMENT OF .' .., Also. V V 1 together: with a stalk "JATAKHB Coast having no V VV.:: : J: .. :1 ,! : '; ;' .

__ DRESSED! AND UNDRESSED LUMBER, Or to JAMES. COSS. 1 1SCtf STALL IN TilE MAREET, leasthan'V; V VV r: "V V V-V' -,".1"' ..J'. V .'

Miss Kellogg ;i is making $2,500 a MOULDINGS V AND SAWED: .'' St.Augusde, Fla. For.the accommodation up-town' astomevs.G.AVME ON IT. .. V:"Percival's 1 Stamp"Hand V Boots V '. 'V..",' ; -,"V. ., /"'.' $11 ,00V V
PINE SHINGLES V Meats -lttmr *
week and V BUTZV&V _
docsn'rearc.Cormen. She .Percale shirts, tt nice, at Buck t. some of them .V ii 00
measuring ten rod twelve laches In V tV .'
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1 didn't come ofa very romantic family i CHEAP FOR, CASH ,AT: V : DRESSED \ 'Philadelphia' and BaltimoreV. .. / 10 00 V
corn are ordered at one time.* V V V S : :* *' SN'r : "
_ : V and never could: see any poelry J in'skirmishing THE -DE.POT''LUMBER' YARD' FP SALE V VV V .CHI c K. E N s_. Some of our Agents to whom w.have sent samplestalks : 'Vienna-_ Medal cable sewed ,, -. r'f. "., L", 1 :. 8:50'- .
i :: are to-day making V .V PCfli1ISV Hind V V : V L '"'::' ": It.. .
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with a thread and needle iS Acres oI'Land S Comer Lots inUrood7L tt-s* 3'mA. over DOLLARS Stamp Congr si' : I" 7 : ::8:50: _
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V Lumber ,, taking order for the con., V .. V ... ; .
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delivered U all ) !'
i puts of the dry ADd vicinity. IliofutLdorLeaac art'&rWears' U" .I the
around ragged edges of a husband's" and at all landings ', V 5000 AGENTS WANTED I No Seed sent out I IV "iHlI : ; 8 so .. ,
on the low .. ,
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orders "r
: V shirt button boles. receive prompt attention.. V A. VALUABLE CITY. LOT. J. WAKEFIELD, M D.,' CO. D.> THUS CASH. :. .. .. I 1' 11hiladlph' V U V ". 'L" ., .: ""l,'''t _''; ';.! :':: : ""' I
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V V WtSj BRUSH.- 60 feet by Comer ; the tame to Grangers Odd are .ViennaMedatcablesewed V f/ _. _.r._. P,. .;._. .5 6'1' .:. VV
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