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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 20, 1875
Frequency: semiweekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in Apr. 1874; ceased in 1875?
General Note: "Wise men accept the inevitable, but strive to shape the future."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 33 (July 15, 1874).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002042985
oclc - 12368935
notis - AKN0866
lccn - sn 85038367
System ID: UF00079941:00056
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VOL. II. '" JACKSONVILLE: : .PLpRII SATJUKDAY .MORNING.MARCH: o.,1875'"I : !:, <; ) NO. -. "

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THE NEW SOUTH. resent behalf\ our and;'kind l 'iriterppsition in. his ,Tennessee; midneaily4boo 'In'twehty-twqi: months? "' Georgt; Washington- _was denounced -, PROFESSION. << ,-CARDS". .*'c/.. MISCKiiXNEOUS'" STEAMERS:, ---AI-..:; ,,\M,.>: -

Continue 'to perpetrate ., schools'had' been started.1 'an c _T- :_ __ ''' '.
EVEUWEDNESD1 Y AND as enemy to ,Ubertjr eking ,,to;>> - ; -It'- ...
,_. ..'""weHlD SATURDA outrage, after outrage upon,morals ana The first report after! 'the: .State-went: perpetuate! ,hu power by acts of des .MEDICINE. ,., >.SURGERY.. ,MID. WI. 7kY. .. ROCK 4: COXETTER" :!':: '

TERNS OF SUJSSCXtP,770Jtt public order.thougha period of many into the hands of theDethb iats'lho'wS potism.: JeffersoOj: I wasdenounced asa JtmcKw-MAjok Royal EVERITT. M. D.. Fellow'of the B .'. .. ._: ...34A

..."p< S. ota ".* cada: and aD extra copy to extent which will in very deed ed. In 'Diseases: of Women and Children.Licentiate FRANK K. UTTLS.CL. : .W
.. Granger county ,in 1869, r.corrept'the public morals and to of the :_ .t
J::::': dub of tell received.at. time.Jubscriberi. precipitate "wirofra l ,, Universities London, ,,.Edinburgh.St.Andrews and -rt'--' : _"" ..1
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mfl : *t per nnum. Ten b ,there :w reJfortyix"wh.i: .arid, igbt satisfy his personal ambition for greater : i.ouisfana;- -- CONSOLIDATED. :RIVER ti N tJ.\tiiftJ; -
.."IIILY.'1.15 cadae t, coptet> >fl6o; Fifty cop- $verybody talks; about, anticipates, colored.schoolswith: upward of 4,600 power.c1SoD: was"exhibited 'to Foraerh'Grnsscoiorist and Obstetric:Su eon-ln. 'CO'- : -,; ;' "l-L:
;... and so few do Anything to Chlef with Sir tames V.Simpson. Baronet of England,. MATHER :& .
white
preyent. colored the world, monster -
f and 400 pupils. In as a of vice-a and Suraeon. '!ajoroCaniryanjtnfantryoAmaric:,,. : i ih 4

ADVERTISING Iflthbf RATES less.;n:.tasertlOD: uThe"queStion the of'suffragq! belongs '1872 the 'super fend nt. ..r p'or1s : second, Caesar, trying'to .enslave-. : his gery--A Author of nw the ratuaorxic Monadic! Practice rxACnCB of Medicine that invariably and Sur rescues .I ( ., ...'I NEW/ARRANGEMENT.; ,;'. ,
per to States
5 flWEEELT.IO: insertion.! 50 cent*. res ctively. When i "Thr e'schools; no schoool-tax rat' countrymen ;;; ,aa tyrant ;. tan, usurper; life and health from dcatb and the graven: Attested Until farther s dc the .;.A. ,

J k-eaurnt xLY, |...|per!"*orta.;** l-ertlo.: eachLtttat the reorganized? democracy i ,- go :into ed.". Under Republican rule Texas, and' language was 'ransacked to find absolutely by TWEirrr cures TEAKS all practice l kinds of in disease Europe known and America.to It :- i < ; t,: will leave Jacksonville daily steamers at 9...comprising... foe. P 1atka.this lips.... ,-,rr4 .

iucr oD. 75 cetUS. office hi(; 1876>acr( State: will be 1 al l bad, 1,921 schools, with 84.o ol pupils. epithets severe .enough t.9' describe usual to the more highly organiied wotaat to men.whom or I L ,,_ ;. '" .;' : taermediaM iMgUbgr a*fcQows: .
JV fA/ ,to cent per line. lowed to settle:this and ; especial care Is devoted; and to the removal of all female : .If"'?
iciiil all other FLORENCE
social In[ 1873 under Democratic rule these his character. President Gf obstructions, ;
OH..IIV.*c*. ; ; : !nt proves? ; and pains from whatever cause STATIONERS ,
TOMS: ) and domestic,issues; for itself and had diminished schools with Letter answered; and orders left at the Surgical Ot ., ., .. From Shipyard Wharf .. susaj.' "J>J't .' -
ADAMS,CARRUTH.& CO.Jackwn'l9c. : to 85 no exception .to: this .rujetpf abuse. < See respected. Payment ,. u. ..: t. t; :i.-, ._d.

.Addre" Ftor&. ,. in its own way, without any .interference 2,913.pupils I I. When, Mississippi was His.' splendid serv.ices to. ns.country good,resorts and all follow moneys doe honorably according..returnedwhen M mutual agreement no- ....i : ;J 'IJ, --4.: L" '1,:, .j .1'.. 1.,1:: ,. ,.. .. T-.days TUCIWIIRkiiassd dassdays-k..u u4; Fiidsp 1)lt., ........" .::.:,o_..
from course(Monadic P. .
the General) Government. reconstructed she badno.Iree.sch.ools.Iotbreeyears.under : are not sufficient to shield4iim frOm Office hours for Ladies,from 10..m.to i m.farXr Treat**!*.. .... tb I.!. ;t rf STARUGHIV ., :' Lwr .. )I'
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Speech of Him.JTt3V. .W UU, Thcft/- nd tior till then,"-can"''we' bei: Republican! rule, the .' poisoned '.:arrows' 'df- 'envy and 1 tjonen.froa framed for inspection.All i 5o6 p.rndaIi visits.: D'xreesam and )ntptaaas. ,- : .'- 'fe. "-. ,_.. "......' -....-.._--...._ _..._, .. .....11..-... ;.1IiWI'. .......-._ ...
communMMlaas ,
(COMTINVBD.) gin the work of,resetting our.shattcred over2,000, .. ,school-houses-. ., built. malice. ''But be will outlive his tra- held sacred. Sumry and Medical Office No*. 8 and 7 ....J; wIca,..: '. .5 ... ...It'#. ,;,
political:and. our demoralized! social l MASOMC HALL in a former Insurance Office, i J BookselliBrs>( -. .,' :
Mr. Walls, in connection with tbe andover 3,000 schools organized.;. du ers, and transmit 'to posterity comer of Laura.street. Residence: Waveriy frontingBay. HATTIE, ; 1 1/ .
institution upon correct foundations.It "So House,corner of Cedar : ;. t. .. ': r '
",might proceed wIth.ot.. er name and fame second to nOne 'in and Fonyth Jacksonville; .HJlti
in last issue From
portion of his speech .our ,. will then .take a quarter of a century Southern States., As with railwaysand our'history.-Rt u6Iit. Florida. 4 ,i-aolf I ..15}" and Sararoayi Shipyard,Wharf touchiarat am Saturday JUilraad'*! t1')1.. + i \

an array of extracts.from lead. to rebuild and 'put ,our 'ships of ;
quotes public improvements so with Its. .
F. M. MURRAY
JACKSONVILLE. '
in* presses of the South, all of which State into prosperous sailing order." schools, churches, and every schemeto The the M/ ], : FLORIDA'. ,, 1. THROUGH. BOATS- ,, ',J'1 J
BrooklynArgus gives*
exhibit a spirit of class-exclusiveness In face of these facts what become elevate and improve the.. people. following description, of a, woman'sway :PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON For EnanftntcrmedIata1aadicga: 1

Md positive hatred towards coloredmen of with the arguments of the opposition, The Democratic party of the South is of.sighing her nime in a book: Special; attention gWn to HAVE JUST' REMOVED .TO..THEIR NEW STARLIGHT Thursdays. .&J wharf.en.Momdayt and ;. r.J, t
their terrible tales of falsehood, the\foe of all plans for spreading! information : i '
"She deposited her DISEASED THE AND HATTIE; front Shipyard wharfon fuesdars'sad1"! :
as such. their reports of arraying them- gloyes directlyon OF LUNGS. .COMMODIOUS. STORE ON ..,
negroes it
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tO-dayas was 1860. the 'she intended Strda : 4
Most{ 0' these extracts we omit for selves against the whites influencedand It is this dense ignorance which seemsto page where ; to Ru lIS-Mm u's Naw Buiiprac, Returning leave Pabtka daily (CSJ.xcepttd)t)*'.' 4
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writeher name, then.she; turned over Bay street,Jacksonville: Fla. BAY STREET, NEAR LAURA and 'Enterprise O Monday. huj aodii> i. )
and because urgtdjo do so it i is ,
of room already as falsely keep alive animosity, and leads the and Friday mornugV. .
want the leaf and. Ornci .. ,.
left her.muff on the next Hoinw-9 to is A. ., a to 4 p. ... _Rooms H
they have been published, and resume chargedby the carpet-bagger? Sir, clay-eaters of Tennessee and the half- page. Not'finding a place for,'signature .1.9 and 10. 3. 3 yn.T1TM. Freights.. received.dally. at their'respeetiW. J '"warsnouses. *. -."-_' ., .. j
I do WHERE WILL BE FOUNI
not .wish to be misunderstood.I resident } BROI. :
publication of the speech, giving an savage of Upper Louisianaand she turned a leaf in the other .:&: ARTHUR A.. BIRNEY k Act 1J- .
here C.M.
am,, not to apologize for the Texas to feel alarm at the DVIs "l,!(
approach direction and left her veil book- u-:> .
from the Mobile as ,
extract quoted Register that AI ;d .ft
white
wrongs one or two republicans of the Yankee school-marm, mark." ATTORNEYS LARGER ASSORTMENT i. -

K follows.THE .' may have committed in the and be,ready to unite, and drive her YORK' AND' --t: .

NEGRO IN POLITICS. South ; but, sir, I do'affirm that the and her dangerous heresies out of the RAILROADS. 4 % STREET, NO 330 OPSTATIONERS' JTEVV :

carpet-baggers, assisted by the loyal country." -

(Louiville Jcffersonian Democrat.] white and black men of the South, I A more clear and correct statementof PENSACOLA WASHINGTON CITY SUPPLIES,, FERNANDINAi;vt .
JACKSONVILLE, AND
"He did not get in upon his own have done more to enact laws and to the_ :disposition exercised by the J MOBILE RAILROAD CO. J N. BETTES, I 4THAN STEAMSHIP UN : ; tlt

motion. He was not originally an erect public institutions that conform southern Democrats, who might have .> IS TO BE FOUND INANY E', 'J!
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agitator about either political or so- more closely to the genius of our controled the political affairs of the GaJfP1l4L TALLAHASSBK SOPDIIITUDan.'S, December 19 Oppu lar...,\ PHYSICIAN 'AND.SURGEO frI .. ., "rt1:

cial "rights." There was no struggle American ideas of civilization. the South from the beginning of recon- Oo and after SUNDAY. DEC. so, 1874 faisea-. Jacksonville. Fla. ;
which short get trains on this road will run as follows OTHER HOUSE IN FLORIDA FERNANDI ,LA. 11tS t: -<
oo his part, during time he period of six or eight years struction up to the present hour, could : Omcm-Opposite'Ocean House, cornet of Adams ? .
would of necessity have been to some under republican administration, than not have been presented to the public. DAY PASSENGER DaII,. Sundays wcepeJ. and Ocean streets.R. .- 6-7.61D .c 11 avii ..
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A.M. r
extent educated to become a citizen was done by the democratic slave oligarchy S Leave. 1acklOftyiUe.. 7.40 Leave SAY3Dnah. ...LooI. .1 .
and a voter. What he is now he is in the South prior to the &Idwin_ 8.SO 1 .... l."hattahoochec 6.SO W. ANNO, .Opt. SMInA; .
AT PRICES
COMPETING .
THE SPANISH 1 WITH PRICES
CONQUERORS'OF THE Lake ckyze.so Quincy.4' 'I. S ll1f.
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not personally responsible for. It rebellion.Sir P. .., ". Tallabasseelo.30, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW -
INDIANs.-These CHARGED
old Spanish conquerors 1 FOR GOODS OF THE SAME LEO ,
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ns forced upon him, and he, till it I present in support of my position ... Live Oak-I'.3S._ .. P. w. '; "-.' ur--
had a monstrous' greed for ldadison. its Uadison.S. Office.\In Reed'' Block. Street..
tas accomplished, was merely a in defense of the outraged and -I. Tallahassee- 6.30 ;" Un 4.0I INSCRIPTION: IN NORTHERN CITIES. CpIUDL ..; tl" a'CAN
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and Oak-j
gold, a wonderful lust for saving I. ._ 1.10 Lake
qulnci 6.00
passive instrument in the hands of slandered: loyal people of the South, souls. Treasure they must have if Amn.. h.&ttahoochce!J.SO Baldwln...._1.10 "clu.wilk.Flrda. ACCOMMODATE ,FIFTYCLASS'PASSENGERS. FIR.f1iP':

the whites who came to his rescue, an article taken from the Daily Inter- SaYaDnah !J.IS ,Arrive JacksonviIe.j!J.IS .. .. :
not on earth, why, theb in heaven ; A. rATTtaoir. A.a. INVITE J'
and brought him his wonderful deliverance Ocean, a highly respectable and wide- ; Passengers can go through to St. Marks Monlays MIIX.PATTISON WE : ,
and when they failed to find heathen Wednesdays and Fridays and return Tuesdays,Thurs. : These Icmc't1 from Nc Y"il.Plsir.;'Nortk' **
from slavery and thrust him circulated &, !.lEEK. THE ATTENTION OFCITY
ly newspaper; published at temples bedecked with silver they days and Saturdays. River.every Saturday,.and fID < ai Rs.g4..ti1ik. :

unprepared into the paradise of equal Chicago Illinois, which contains'someindisputable propitiated heavenby seizing the heathens NIGHT EXPRESS Dail,. Wharlavery -"f _. ,.iLi,

political rights with the whites. truths, and which will go themselves. There is extant p. if p. ... ATTORNEYSATLAW.Office.'ReQua's : AND COUNTRY',DEALERS }, WEDNESDAY..v- /
"He did not and cannot under. far in my opinion, to relieve the mindsof yet Leave.. Jacksonville_ 4003 Leave Savannah-.... 4.00 -.t' 1..
of record made Baldwin......... : building" V .
a copy a by a 5.55 A. M. ; Jacksonville.Flal: For freight or passage apply : :' .J k'" t43
..and. however "rights" are come to, the loyal people of the North of heathen artist his 1 LakeCity.._ 8.31 ". Live Oak--:3M .
that they have their predicate in du the impression that the so-called to express conception Arrive Live Oak.- io.no Lake Oty";.4.33 JOhNSON HERM. GELPCKE,:Ag rt.- '" l
car- M.
of the demands of the A. M. Baldwin7.43.; P.E. D., AND THE PUBLIC ,GEN.LLY TO OUR!
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ties. Therefore, when left to himself pq; .baggers, Unionist, and negroes In of the conquerors. Savnnaah..... 8.50 Arrive Jacksonville.. !gsa J Wla: : New. .rk.r.3 iOr 1M

he goes about regardless of the have destroyed to utter ruin eleven have Oije part and picture we' Nor*.-A Special Train will leave Tallahassee Saturdays HOMcEOPATrnCPHYSICIAN .* 'STOCK.: AND SOLICIT TRADE. W..J. WOODWARD,, :t.'.

rights of others, to live and act in States in this Union would a lake near by stands at 3.40 p,m.,arriving at Live Oak 9.35 p. m., AND SURGEON. -ell'' : \ : f
as :
seem priest pouring water on the head ofa connecting: with Savannah Train.. Returnin- leave JetCT&JING. Ateats.. ; .
indolent, insolent and lawless man to be the case after one had read the native. On the other side a Live Oak 3 a. rn.,arriving at Tallahassee. 8.50 a.n.: Office,in Mitchell's,new building! north s'lde-of Bay IIOW rf Femandina. Fdi"" :. ;: a

nero He has no idea either of personal apologies for and i indorsements of poor ROBERT WALKER.. street between Newnan.and. Market streets; nearly -
Indian has cord about his the Post .' !
a throat. Receiver and Gen L Sapt opposite Office. : -iggti' E TON AND FLORIDA''
( or political self-government, murder, assassination, and outrages Lines run from thesetwo T.C. SPOONER. Master TransportaOon.s.a BUCKY takes the lead in the lamt styles el Silk and CHAR -5-- 44-c'-MZ, -
to
*n4caa take no steps in the contained in the of the groups a COAN Fur Hats. n-7tf -
compre- speeches opposition central \ST.L. PACKET COL: '
figure, a man with a beard : SAM : .
fcessisflcf social or political econo- this G., & W. I. T. CO.'S RAILROAD., .
on all-important .
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ques- and full Spanish panoply. The interThe1 JUSTICE OF THE PEACE ;.rUq .
ies.
CI tion. .What shall be done by the '. j ;" .
pretation of the is FROMFERNANDINA ; .
picture writing MID
"This ii Dot to be wondered at. General Government PRINTING. ';
to protect the I CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
t this : "Be baptised as this saved heathen NOTARY "J
TO CEDAR PUBLI'COffice
KEYS. ,. t
Heii alow order of the! human species. l loyal people in the South ? I .
t or be hanged that damned ..
as ) : QUICKEST ROUTE TO THE NORTH.*
As a race he has made no history at The article reads as follows : I heathen."-Maj. Powell. GOING SOUTH. COIHC NOKTHLtavt In SOLARYE'S BLOCK .1.. 'l'On .
anT time in the world. Ke attained "We publish elsewhere in the AIT It,. Corner BAY and PINE streell.acbonYiDe.11a.. and after the igth inst. the steamers O this rooM _
pa- Feraandina..._-.---.. 5:30 am t : THE NEW SOUTH wrnnznaakllowsTHE :
7:35 pm
to the greatest state of reproduction, per a letter from a northern man, latea -S c..IIahaA__-. 7:35 su ] STEAMER. !.

vA canoe to the highest social order, resident of the South, in which he San Antonio, Texas Herald Baldwin{,------ 9w: Ie ar. ].50 Ie. CAPTAIn LEO DICATOR I

personal( comfort, and peace and lapor thanks the Inter-Ocean for the stand A respectable citizen Starke.....-----90...-.._:""-1IJ7 3a3ar.1:18 A. A. KNIGHT, JOB AND BOOK PRINTING. YOJ .! '
says : gives us Gaioe ville.._ ........_. ISO nio : Will leave Charleston for St. Johns Jittt ... _
in the Southern States under the i it has taken in regard to southern the following story, for the truth of Archer....-..-...._. ):io p m !9:49: every. WEDESHAY and SUNDAY ,rY. C. t
of the wb Bremen.-.. ....'.. ATTORNEY AT LAW ESTABLISHMENT.. acting at Tolwi the Johns KSUIO.dM i{
outcry te$. But be was affairs, and lates some of his own which' he vouches : A gentleman, Cedar Key..-.. 6:30 3:33 6:30 9:04: am, \ btka str t'the, St. Johns and Pa" hn"

ferfrora being civiIied, and (in no- experiences in Arkansas. Among with his wife and child, arrived at CONNECTIONS. No. Hoegs Block,up stairs -4 '. Ocklawaha riyc upp t. I I

rise, eif her from desire or self-con other things our correspondent speaks Luling and put up'at the hotel. Next ? RETURNING : '." >
At FERNANDINA. w>th Steamer Point from 3-251w17
City Jacksonville Fla.
trol, fitted to b& suddenly converted of the advancement made by the latter morning he went down to pay his bill. Charleston and Savannah.Mondays at 4 a. m.:steamer and Witt FRIDAY leave JACKSONVILLE every.TUESDAV.!: ?i.
1 arriving at CHARLESTON .
Into a citueivvoter in the highest and State while under Republican rule He had $3,000 in his purse, $2,000 4 Dictator a. m. from With Charleston steamer Lizzie and Savannah Baker, from Thursdays Savannah at A. BpESING, SATURDAY and DAY (Ce with every N_'," ,-j'--i* .

oort intricate. systenj of government and cays: "In thirty.five years the i in his satchel and two $20 gold piecesin Brunswick and St. Mary's, Mondays at 6 a. m;. for The proprietors; are of prepared. to execute orders'' for York steamships tickets and a trains North tor via o. ''',*
to aO"
ii those 8 calls the every.. description. Through s
known points on Friday. at a. m. Respectfully attention of the citizens and merchants .. t smshpc.a .
civilized
tutong wo. Democrat built thirty-seven miles of i his pocket. Feelingorhsjocket tot e BFAUTIFUL SOAP he manufactures. rail,sold by Piuser O b ,'tf ;
"To thrust him into such state railway opened twenty-five sickly for change he found it all Ex At BALDWIN,with J P ft M. R. R.from Jacksonville It is the best Washing:,'Barber and Toilet-Snap ever 'PLAIN OR ORNAMENTAL- ,THE STEAMER CITY : .
gone. a.4:07 p. m.: for'acuony.ille at 9:01: a. m. made.- This Soap Is in boxes contains 80 Ibs .. PRINTING. PINT '. 7ft
tad\ impose its duties and responsibili! schools, sod built a worthless State I pressing surprise, the landlord expressed AtGAINESVILLi. with in-weekly stage line foe and 90 bal'!!. put" up .. ;. Crun J..'W. .
ties epon hio Tampa: with.stage line for NewnansvQle Tuesdaysand Orders should be addressed to WO ,, SAVANNAH every 'TUESDAY and*- :.
tin > was an outrage* upon House. In six yean thi Repub. a doubt as to him having had the Fridays. A. BUESING, Box 7 i. SATURDAY at ii m. for theSLJohl ryc.touch-..,.. ,t
) for "hich there ts no parallel in itctac built one i thousand trijles of money. Feeling in.his breast pocket At CEDAR KEYS with steamers to and from Ne.V 56tf Jacksonville&, Such as' BUSINESS CARDS/ ing Palatka at FERN'NDIA a I and

the a crime kistory of any age. It was and is railway, deaf and dumb and bHnd for his purse he found that gone. Orleans West and, every Tampa.Saturday.Fridays; With from these steamers places.from Thurs Key MCLAUGHLIN VISITING CARDS DAY. a' aWEDNE. ; v ::'.a., -?
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over whjch tte radical party asylums an agricultural college thou Expressing still greater surprise, the days. With Steamer Cool,from Tampa,Sundays: for RICHARD R&TURNINCr: : r ,a." 0

have greatly rejoiced, but which) io sands of 'chciol-houses," &c.. Vet J Jandlbrd then intimated his belief that Tampa Mondays/. Fridays; for With Suwannee Steamer Tuesdays.W..e ock, ',frouSuwannee REAL ESTATE AGENT, WEDDING CARDS.BILLHEADS. .. Wi I leave Tacksorville, every MONDAY and.FRT-. 'I'."I

the times yet to come will it the I,.,E. MAXWELL. .', DAY. FERNAKDIN4 stnra "day, arriving SA4 ',:
the assign to men who have done this-our he was. playing the "confidence" 3-13 Superintendent. JacktntoiiU FhriIs.AU .. VANNAH every TUESDAY.and SATURDAY a .

deepest infamy. Partisan ad van- correspondent among the numberare g ame. He then turned *to pick up sorts of Real Estate bought and sold; Money In .LETTER.. 'HEADS, connecting wt New York Ip and a train- ..5'

Bpindthe in poreri hn ei,>t offte, driven out of the State as.: i if they hjs catchei from where he set it down Carpetbags and Ladles Companions at BUCKY'S. vested.:Taxes paid.Titles examined.. CIRCULARS;* for the .,&

its thole country in all its resources and' were the bane instead of the leaven and that was gone also. Remembering ? .New Rims York, ;BY'Ex-Gov.FIRM' :tssiON.: G,to Curtin.'William Belleibnte Astor. Esq Pa.,,. POSTERS,' .,- THROUGH ING GIVE TICKETS TO NEW AND YORK.BILLS OF.L' ,.vir

spirits and morals, as the result of of the community 1 that his wife had a. considerable POST-OFFICE NOTICE.. Lewis H. Redner. Philadelphia; W..Stokes Boyd';:; BRIEFS- ;.- BALT1MOKE.: ... ':1 .
its gross triumph is Philadelphia: D. G.Ambler,Banker, Jacksonville. Ph I '. and other-places by both .
the I. steamenv
verdict which .
: "We have hurried stairs ,
heretofore adverted to i sum of money he up ARRIVAL AND' DEPARTURE OF MAILS. Henry 1 ncker Boston. Mass. 3-i8-iy-pd PAMPHLETS; ..
&
mankind vW soon chronicle the of the SOl h. and ld his and her }* AtKIVtV CLOSC. Return RAILROAD EXCURSION TICKETS'
against blundering stupidity beh wife "",
money "> >'
ioiqlity to the business Northern and Western, dan,. 9:00 A. ... '3:00 r.M; : BLANKS OF,ALL' K1 IS. aatolloC M.IVIS'TcAr' '
of BranTOf ern people jn permitting this warfareto were. both gone, leaving the little An extra man for Live Oak NORTON &' KOOKER, 'I f ''.1 *" .1
blacks. four millions of ignorant go on against ;immigrants. There girl behind. It is stated that the and leave all at 7:43 points A. ..west.....,...will_.: 7:00: A. ..L REAL ESTATEJWERSI. corner Ocean. and Bay COLORED PRINTING* AND GILT WORK. BRA1NARD RAVENEL& C..Cae.Savaanakr'ft,1. ,,.u._. 1...

i is not a particle of doubt. that bad man left. In these desperate citcum- }Femandina and Florida Railroad .. streets Jacksonville.; Florida. .'- .;t ,JKFFREYS. &RUBINSN. ": '
"Th ........._ __ .. ISN.t Petlaa.j "
grave .daily- goo A. I!. 3:00 P. r. Money loaned on Real Estate security. General ItFrKKYS&BKO .
question .
to be .
settled #
nnrthern been
Jt much men welcomed-nay, stances, sympathizing citizens sent Saint Augustine and Palatka, Life and Fire.Insurance: Agents and dealers in PineLands I R. JacksonYU.. :>.T: ..' 3
cost is, what is to be done to I i if( they had even been let alone- the child to the; orphan asylum' at daily,(Sunday ezcepted)... 4:00 P.M. 8:00. A...I. ,Plantations,&c.: Springfield suburb a ipedal ". ..I..,1..ADAJS.I. Su Augustine., 1
Pt rid Key West arrives every Monday solicited.: sSsotfWROLXSALX .
of the negro as a voter? Sooner every southern State would by this San Antonio, _-::...-.__.__._. .OOOA. K, Correspondence 3" S io-tf'4? Mw. .'
or her! with more or less dispatch time have doubled its Close every Thursday_. 3:00 P. M.Enterprise. o. ;m b .
neatly popula. '
he MdonviHe Sand OKAHUMKEE, ...
''Hbe CHEAP. NEAT AND PROMPT. FOR
disfranchised and thrust tion and quadrupled its capital. Thereare Point arrives Tuesday and .. I OllOUtS AT SATAKMAM PKICXS. HARRIS.:EUSTIS'AND f L .
&olD W wr' politics. thouatnd of sensible southerners P0ISONEP BY E\Tlxa PAIVTCD CAN- Saturday..__.-.-.....---- 4:30 P. II. 8:00: A....I. -- -. S .GRlmN. ;HW1..

White wen of all parties and of who deplore this outrageous ostracismof PV.-The Wheeling: ; (Va.) Register Fort Mwport George arrives YcllowBluffand Tuesday ROBINSON' Balmorals.Bustles"and Chignons,at BUCKY'S. .:'SILVER ,SPRING,,' : ': ln .

wd I'li4.ay___-.-. 4:00: II. WHOLXSAXX&: mAILDRUGGIST .. \ I"
grade of of the fatal '
'iction, religious or moral con- northern men, and, as far .as they gives an account poison'ing leaves Ve4. day Md Sat- nAPE W. COLDEST,, rVAME ...A0AMS.Q.OLDEN And.other Landings a OcUawaha Rivecj.. J,\.4* '.
i of child and the serious' and grdaJ __ A. M ,
may as weu one 9:00 ,
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come quickly to dare.to do so it but they are '..\ .
oppose j _
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WeconsjdcraUon bl :bula.l. w: o A. 10:00 A "I : .n. : I T- .
how to get the negro overawed by, the' reckless', gangs of possibly fatal illness of .two others.in Hoc/ Block:: ;; Bay S'ACxSo'NVILLE" .; & ADAMS, r

at otocswith! the Itast confu. freebooters who have made themselves the, .came family near Bridgeport! ; OFFICE HOURS.at4.cc' ] FLORIDA.; DEAIUS IJt The Steamer'OKAHUMKEE P'
OQ a04 from Tt .-. wlH be open dally l (Sundays. excepted 1)] ,' 1.I 'A' ,
COst He eating painted cugarapp1es.Theoccasion .
must go, and! there a terror io nearly southern State from1a.w'o6:30r. ,
liDO every II. I CCWOVHDIKG nBacmrrnom A SPXCIALTT.'pLORIDA P.1 N'E G R ::O C' E' R I E S A. L..RJCX, .
profit in Standing long upo r h and.absolutely nothing remain but was, ,the birthday Iwtiyities VJock ThectwiL1bc" open oo Sw4ayifroutot: 0 ; ,, IUr.'HJ. '

order,, of his loiag.i to put an end to this lawlessness by of one of the children of a German Tbe genera t.tf. 'aed box 'dcli.", will be open at all FRENCH- < JI WiUleave' JaY"THURSDAY, mrmmfj, .**'',

Iou say it is 'of'the family ,named Bourst. The childrenate time*during; ; the regular hours,except whc* the mail CONFECTIONERY at. t S R, "S *: 'f.:.a.) #
i it t..i grave questioo. Bo the strong arm Federal 1 Gov. cecdrcd ate.bcjag.didrUwted. "GE. "OEKiAc' *
& f and one that affects the moral ernment. ,(reely of the painted candy with MONEY! ORDER._ OFFICE.. FOREIGN. .AND DOMESTIC :FRUIT, ALE; Jacksonvffle,I.JuJ .u 14 ..; 1.
POliticalelare the results named., 'PRINTING'AJID ---.-. _- -.> :.
of the wbitet to "The statistics regarding,: the establishment Analysis proved PHOTOGRAPHIC WINE LIQUOR. CIGARS : to
IIIch au tltent that J the negro oust go of schools in the Southern" that the confection 'had'' been colored .'The P.saeney N.aDd order fio.aa oftu vfH. II.be_ CIPCI\-'& m 9,A.. w.to TOBAcCOHavslnatoiaandtoarrivs ,-.ETC:, S.A VEL ,B. HUBBR. -- 1:1: :

("it orthe political red and green l In the semblance of Money'orders are limed at tWs ofice payable in any -, :4 W"
tIOD problem by legisla, States, to which our correspondentrefers nan of the Uaittd Slates tad aile oeders payable fci ': '
011 tfce real fruit by.thi arsenic and Great Bruala wizcrtanJ PUBLISHING COMPANY, I faeksonvll4Fla., .
ti, part of the States, reTpec- are very interesting. To go a ) use. and Germaay. FIRST-CLASS S i 1. '
FI GOODS
Tkc ioUowiog are the rates comiaissjoa; {
blocj7 1. or C to the wall |in a J jon littleturther with Arkansas ; Thoughthe aniline. S DOMESTIC: Mojmr OZPZ1. ATLANTIC. BLOCK; BAY STREET >' i Importer and' Dealer in : .:. : ...d

.and fierce struggle for' his i -State, reCeived 9,8,000 acres of 11. -ii.i J 00 WdtI.DO<<..ec dlC s'oi; :- JACKSONVILLE;; FLA. Which,by making TERMS CASH. dial. over at the <
atjOD. Over*io and not exceeding flO, 10 cnII.I : o
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land Governmentin 'It ( .
Trom the General Is areliglixsdutyth and LOWEST PRICES.
; sleep, Over and .. HARDWARE IRON AND it
Landscape ,
"We do I fao not exctedinc *jo.IJ cent* Where Vaacfc of Portraiture.Croup. ,
better not like thepredJciroenttan 1836, in.. aid of free education, not to sleep enough,; .and lie .wio:> does I Over f jo and not: exceeding 140.to cents.Over and Instantaneous every Photography I successfully conducted -' STEL. {1 ,
: f o and pot exceeding'SO.'5 cents;. by skilled 'Attention of the Ladles EDGE TOOLS.TABLE and POCKET* t
tbrtitt many who helped to a free school was established until not maybe sure he. is breaking thesixth .' : Sf<< called to oarMAILLARD'S .
'L .f'
roir jG MOKiT Oall"
the negro into the difficulty. after the war ; and to the honor of Cornraandnif,;which r quiretballlawrul I On orieu pot erref dJoe |>. "5 cents.' EUROPEANAND AMERICAN ARTISTS. SUPERIOR CANDY; CUTLERY. .. t./ : i$1. tr'Gas ',

hic pro P>* to &* as Ipndly with the black race be it said, ,the first endeavors to preserve our Over f to and not ncnofng: |y>.JODCII .,' A1C. GRANT. Manager. Nails, Glue, Putty, Glass, Paints, Oil*,', i :::
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as Over and cent*
ao not
exceeding sf
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c Possible. .butjo. prusue un. public school-house in Arkansas was own life:as ,well a the lives of others. Over 130 and not exceeding}5o jo; 7$$.00.- '1'.S. 'Any Hotel or Bo. IRoi.e'ahafha not. A And to our assortment of : 1. :
1I1&ly l the freedmen in At the Over 140 and pot exceeding Jje, |i-s$: beet. taken by Mr.Grant can send la name a.a4addJaa.LadI PRESERVES JELLIES, ETC. LEATHER BELTING.. RUBBER PACKING.. :> : ,.: r ..1'::
to a ourse wbicb will lead built by 186.. There i scarcely a better.health .meter J.b.\DAJbP maslcr, ,, :.

tOtbecott0 peaceful relegation of him.back; end of .the.six) years, of Republican for men who think much, than this: Jack>oovjn .January ij; f 875, ______ *.nderwear.Sobs* obtained'at..BUCKY. ...S., 'STOVESTINWARE.COU T. PUMPS .1 t,
the: and rice fields, .miw control there were 1,292 public school- Hard .mental i J .work:is beginning to kill!1 .. 'PICNIC PARTIES will find it advantageous to ." Lead' 'anii Iron'PIpe- I ':''s ".! .(
ballot ; T> OATI 'B:UILD.ING." caH.s w.shall make the replenishing of LUXCH EON. I .
We
doan not schools. CHES.ER. WHITE PIGS! '" I
reduce propOSe to hattie and nearly 3,000 free when it interferes .with'sleep; and. ,he PREMIUM BASKETS 1'
bim a ipeclalty.1Pichases ;
'0. cIJ.ve. JJe'shall own I Georgia had ,no free schools .before who plies his brain with/ever so much I A. C..CHAPPELL,. delivered gratia. D1.SH.BUD.MO ING.SUGA" ,. :. ,
MAMMOTH
thelf d be alieo.atizen;) with I the war, but in the short period that: energy eight or ten"hours: day, prays ii LVRN/and by GOLDEN &: ADAMS :M U..Eypo.&c. : .'+t 'r' ;':i S

.elI I "lie, to owo property, to sue as the Republicans had control of affairs and plays.five'or'six,. and sleeps'sevenor BAY STJlEET.1iCU'. 0 tte CabW Crossing; aDd mail.,...111/11 f':1 peck,.$t; Hbu of.Seeds hel 43 FNI: bushel b.,5...tatnpc.Addreu UrcuUrsParlesborg. aUarbt.. Fro'nt Building ear Grand Na- .Fitting, Roofing. Jotting, a.l .. 'I,. t

sued s but "' shaH not at. 8s6 schools were established, in which eight,,will1! never;_die 'of'"ove ..orJc. JACKSONVILLE. ... ; FIX loI. P. BOYEROl7 11-14 Co. Pa.
Ptto4othZt .Cboter
: thing Impossible p were taught' .40,000pupils: The But he must make; 'a businesaqfit.Brainwofk' YACHTS AND WHITEHALL- 'ID : :@. !

throuh eJp JQ govern thIs country sehools.began! tolanguish oo the retun ) ,food, exercise: I in'the open : COLCORD, R. P.; E. JOHNSON, HoMorarATHBT: F o. J 5 A'L E. q i" ._:

.We b&llottboE ) of the Democrats to power, ,and air, culture pfthe soul,'social 'relaxa BQATSiBulk ;H.F.; LndonthaSt.1obMriera5d5beflr0sdwowilcI4Lbelow .
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he do not much' blame) him tbit!I intone year ten school-houses, one ;ion and !sJe p,'' these are the const!' ,,, ,to order' o: -. : :Successor to HU and Skin Uslae-rf north Has side ft*of ov Bay di hit street office,between Mitchell's Ncweu sew and.bufiding dry o Jacksonville, ft seresi land. BeautiW y -

forril.' I Voter, and 1 shall together r church}} used as a scbooMiouse were tutenU of good I Yihg,;and'' ,they'.will I S T E A! M i.y" I?A C H.,T 6J .\ J.LcRbflIL: sourly opts the Peel 06ee. Mark.S;. met-i Y & ,t.,high,airy rooms;wn 3OImP bearlair-j**,;:.>_j .:

idjutors; hft'baniever. his white co- burned.. The free sceools were generally be attended t>>y health, weajth' ,'usefulness With" W .i .a. ppro.' .e4 JBacWjjery.Witt; build 'c<> ." . BURNISHED 'ROOMS F91IENT' ,- I.SgS,Pq cp l-.o r: .

deceatly .i jf be J1.tber: quietly and I discontinued in 1872. In 1867, and'happiness. :anything l else! any, ,sire!. ,from.- ,15 to 100 fcet.4CaU"and get'!.7.prices.' .5 "r{ .. .ConwBay: .' ft-ulL..._ _Tt.i .-_...; ,. ':':' $*-4k irict1 a a bone ott the 3haa.-H-gl.'''1 .
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lI.,..,9 rrelider"' bism.gotteo hold I arider'Republican supervision' ..effici I it wanting',1 Rwfll,bC444t4therUntb ,,NEW28.FOO1'Y4CHT.J'.sQk tiI----------------- .. : s ;ill..tJ. tkwptcMtutt.a'l bnq'Good" fccflStfc fcr, >.._ .i;o the Jr.nh OsK fl"* iccnerd.M as tl I J

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i THE NEWT SOUTa a cxtr 1i a of sorae cnthusiasUcdreamer. b ve&t presn s I ll the f us '.o'f the 'lion will be found, for\H,), e ,,000 copies t TT *gseasonbe.Dea WJ Z. Houseat the Gardiaalat i '*,4 4 *3 nato i. AND BOARDING HOUS --

_ kfn3 of wells put own by Mr. Hiptey* will reach' section of the country; New Smyrna, is reported lull and all the administration ot the S.
+ J.s. DAI. ) of this city. By this plan after a shnft every are worthy jof'patronage George J. is in its very essence .an ====*
A six mile! ride HOTEL
CBO. i enterprising
the demand and
LkKV1MA1LULS-CARUTfl & fronitlioapringbrthgs so great. ,
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i? ago;BURKSIDK. --.- : ; has Leeifsunk'UDtll wat.erlro'und., gen"- Alden, of New Smvrna, is about to Is- designed to intervene

V tbe traveller to Ocala, where at tho erally Jiereir8utue\-twefay-. *fett, a business mep:can improv.e 90. esccllenl aue-.tt ptunpblet.pf'fi l e thovreandcopies' Church at large and the Papacy.

4 s J. S ADAMS EDITOR. Ocala House he will find a quiet, com- brick filter- V then "placed; tnade vaiftighL.at. op pout./ fUo\ Is',' stedniers1, routes', "descriptive ofthjat section of the State control* the succession to that TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA.

V murtablcomtthr4IarrIsthanwhom ..bottom.and,-top;,'and'.the iron 1aoosi:& ,"., 8hould be advertised.- Put for gratuitous'circulation :in"the North office. So far aa the Catholics

f TO CORRESPONDENTS OTHERS. rod (pipe) to conduct the water is fastened W and West and limited number of ad- United States are concerned SLUSSER Proprietor
L none can better inform him of us down for a Bro ,
'
t ( '. Items.r Loo Interest arc solidtod from all pans of the to this, air tight olsok /In this w lDO'1 t/r v"ji 1 '/r' f fY1/ flrcrthemahts\6ClhB besBhonsfsf wlir/be >h elev4ti6n"i! >f their Archbishop .TI
( IL
: 1 ) .JO'Ttu
r State. the history condition and of I .
Also OnflBunt *tioni on subjects general prospects wa.ter"callleDtutl the .weUt'ixct't1L ed.\ 'l mtes Ibradvehrsirigindother Ydrfcto th'is" princely rank

"# interest. ,Correspondents epecUHy educational should.make social their and'.letters.ndmtnacopies. as the State. Here a quiet Sabbath can be through this filterer at the bottom of the Port Orange Items. information can be had of John S. be regarded a sJ in the main i.1! ; .Hotel na,ihg.bterj.. beta

VV .p mr; V bncfas. .thtjacuj>4fircumn.nccs &. -,.. 1lottl in the,inidtjofMarion: *county well.-Wet!meulion.., this fact,.B-bee&use "TJor"" .- ... -.c Drf29lttQ; br k' TIt'tORWf sVo'vir the fecbgnUion.by 'R me' "AND-' roUY" -.. -..

b : 1t W are IIOU-.ponw1. f ._eap by neither our one of the best counties jpfjbej State and consider it.the' best protecliorfa'gainst A friend .ai" Port Orange writes usthat'tbe'w c.-ri,ied4bebovefrpm4' an old growth,. and importance .of 1'. Jt.ErmtSISH" n.
Rcec 11r. -. .- ,. we'' 'hive r .:tire tbernwroeier ,> : o"* dt "btll4 ; .
I F be returned nor bad water have notr'ior shall 3th list Us'.best Catholicism", 'So far'Jas. Lbe're, : V : ,
.. *ill notU p n'lo clb the rest with all the comforts friend,r land ,vajucd! (correspondent .who '
necessary
until:we'bring It to the city from back in ai'about 86. u ;; p'6r"fant electoral function"of(

.; v V .. V of home can be enjoyed. the piney woOdfbi,? om ktn'd (p bid) Two' :ranging taylng .Wt t"ie :Ben. ., ., desires bis name witheld 4 as be:is already din lit Is concern**?, Tar's 'Ji 'E -ARRANGEMENTS: *( / V -V

A Sample Criticism from. the Union.. V A visit to the home place of Adam water works. V .!W 'J gntrnen ( "'U'1fkdmeclt.oith leUert thus kindly in- taten/ It :ovill'bei; seen,' to destrions of a prolonged,islt
: ,No >thing' is .sdT important t toourfutur&aue nett House, iecehtly .niade a'catch. ,6f number'n I MCtloo of the State., V eo. ttu V
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Eichtlbcrger A balf-.mile] from tbc.bote) el vltingtis inta a> scrape from whit h be preciselr.the -' ,- .
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We.ro.JC$1 surprised at the virulent & as a city as in the providIng fish tq t.be amount.o( one.,hundred, and : Italian Cardinals act together to : 1 -. .
1elorig
will wishes h
(how what- to
: '1' animus f thiuij, at .th"- ilat\d weakness of industry and energetic of an abundant supply) of pure water,; fifty poqniis.! in, about !three lionrs., V escape.But'as' we; = h ,cQl1egeo :twp-tbird4 ,vote FOR '
DA-ryO loo
the crfticisin. maite by the last Union persistence will) accomplish In a central If we continue our, present method of sib, :'been .eo'mpelled( to' foiai'thian'sw the !Pope, and tha.Jfiftv-seveni GUESTS.
V hne all V
L upon the (r3gmentQfMr.Va1Is'pech, county. in the fuifc&stolcultfvatlori of sbpply i in a dozen years Jacksonville :CoIV4.14.arris! } and party ; iIng'ofalV! (:but'special'i .Betters.,6n: oats )talyfc alter fo-1 UW.'8 p "
started
: V : which '. the orange the lime and lemon, the fig, will haven had reputation; .as'n resort home, except Prof.. Durr,1whow time::g'e nerarsufciject} ; we: publish"" the}I?t- tion',;! will have' exactly. ti rii TERMS. ; V V
appeared4uLhNEw'soT. ., J. .
; for invalids, and it will.be owing to the .unlortunM ly bitten, by -.a. rattlesnake -New\York Wotd.V
Aft the? peach nnd the grape. ter for.the '.fl;format lonfcoDtained,, ,feffardless per day'n to|i3 per week.CLARENDON .
,r, a using Mr .Walls of being poor quality of(water we are obliged to x few. days from* which 'he((9 :: <
ago, :
;;:* demagogue; iind of originating! aT race On Monday a twenty mile ride reaches use. VV' ; V rzpidly 'recbv rin&V V' V V V V { (tbe,pcrirjncurred.} V j V. l. E. HAD IT; Maag

e:, ir contest for his to Micanopy where the neat and elegant JYe gladlyassist 1 il'gilIg.cul:1( : )Y e .Will 5Vd4 tbttAh.; .AJden's bo 9 d k: 'V VtCtPEthENTWILON': &
own adrantage the Union : :
> ,Capt.t:'Clan j :supenntendent' 6f the plaiialory of his casting.vote .J ; HOTEL: V
V & will well yaiue.to. of
proceeds; place : \Vh/Kd"rfnsj} to the. ntoveery: useful-T''article*, takenfrom East Florida Land ][ ibeounusujtl that. part the Bounty'bill is ,

b V V Bat.we.will Dot quit' this Congressman V V repay a short'stay aud will demonstrate ,'the'Union'of l Thursday.,. are:t aidly progressing ComnpnjVsarthIy in !tbe fraction! the Statq an jl to.all.who desire forma. full* V lie considers the/'bill 'an-' O.E'srp.1NG,,. FLA.. ,

.4 :V 'V from an intelligent, ''n mercantile and a what: can be done in the way of almost We hare ho doubt that typhoid lerer tion'thereof !for no one is1 more competent -: j justice to thereterans'; who for L 'JeU02f. .
V a't
V'' prosperous district without him a I universal fruit skill intelli- their'mill: Halifax. iti" i V V .. ranks nt the .break rng':out'of. -" -- VV .
giving culture by in the Tnaj of ity of cases:results from the to know.the nature of the: inform';! -
V; V.:: chanctJVu! bo. heard sOwequol the fol, and RiyfMr. .Selfeck, whose, labors"are tion all andwbo, : ; served. .longer:;and 'JERX !.,PER ir-
1 c' gence good sense combined.V. use ojr'uawholesome( water for drinking I re'llr'ur1ItO'ail thoroughly Ies tb n.t&f' recruits. who V
lowing extract Irom his epeech: divided: "bctvfeen.'jNew", Smyrna, .- PortOmnge ; wete arrangements by the weec.
.' ,- Tuesday can bo/fv t ont t1 iT lkaminlfig which ; ] with th&neCesSZtr facts and the boot
1 wish to state to the House and the g purpolct 'arid is'more practically and Spencer's; Creek period's obtained by Jirgisb: -

,, V country that 1 have been connected with the largo and promising groveson important, this.! .,StateVjWhcre typhoid preached.!1a8t4bbathat.the aytona, house.of, will! 'contain i full:"detail MJ J roojfes, fares! 'Wilson" was Cbairmarr of the i ;'M eo..4 COII\roItcd cacIiseiy Ibi,.,

4 V : s every !politicacanvassmadointh! South Orange Lake of Messrs. Matthews (ever is rare, that nine cases out of every ;V lines: and cliarges' ,and, 'vyjll r invaJbrible! C'omrnftteeeflXtCV for V
x Mr. Geo. E. Smith. V V and his ( SULPHUR
BincereconstrfctjunAnd, V ; "hnorw7edg6rof
; all the-appeals Harris and Bishop... In wandering for of chills and fever ariso fromlhe to immigrants! !; sportsmen, abd L tourists, yenrs SPRING,
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4. j to race, color and the daily teachings of i I use i / and the obligations the fitted with

; j one class to hate the other, have invariably days where a stranger could be easily of water taken from shallow holes) mis- ; 1r V. General News.V IT V dertf\ok entitle his views- to p.
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:' L come from Democratic orators lost if without a guide, in the midstof called wells, that arc nothing less than 'V Uncle Sam's Great, -Greenhouse "indv V.j, ,Y. Herald. LU BATH GE .AND !wnlin V G

'. and their friends, and I am amply borne a wilderness oL improved (rang receptacles of surface water ,fully impregnated Philadelphia;; Pa..- 1l\aJ"hl4: ,-1875. .. Sanitarium V VV V V ,
V out in A firo l last night at Williaraj'shipchandlery V ,V HARRIS; APPLEGATBuarf
this assertion
t by the, following extract groves, one soon. is cured ,of the, common with the juices of : RANGE PROPERTY:
V V decayed"eget. l caused loss of about .
10,000
V
'
from" Ihb platform adopted by the ,In On tbe'sout -e t'corner of. {lie United O _Proprietor! .
I l. V' idea that the anticipations indulgedin tion and which i is. covered.by .insurance, I'M' "' 'i "t -'-t
White filthy matter., fully as
League iu St. the 13-Ji .
Marys on : States therems i "a strj( ( 6f land. .iboat-bne: ; FOR SALE 'QSi'TUiE. ELL HOUSE
l of Jul,. concerning the orange future ;of jthe ,. e. V follow :-llojal.', 910XX( );. Insuranpo ; }ll

: 'VLt Has the Hon. Josiah 'been connected State arc delusions.The I ; V V CompanyV.f' S T6rth :'AmericaJ ':5,000..;; !, hundred..miles.,[ wide "running-. ": down latjvthe ",1 %maJo.anrarccMenWwith '.rtinAhoklcw l \ :FtA.

i t with One year of Democracy Enough. Fame S2.,5Q0: AhthrhIIO.VV. S5.000; tropical seaspehy, four hundred MI th.be,t natural.orange region ,
; t every canvass made) in the South ( )
-, ) 4t aWe offer to who
adjoining groves of Her. .P; P. ( t>fK > now to- pcrton* mat -
.-1. since reconstruction }"' We doubt if he Concord March Tlielatcst'tigures) Phoonlx; Si.OWj'Melvile' ; $:U OO;Trade V miles. c> Across tins, ""lovelyJand: the i Itv '% motI vHy i iu oi ngc- rowi g tbe ( I T..J riDEL PJlOft ,
: Bishop & Co., and the Messrs. Harris Chamber of Hew Jersey, S8 OO. vorable? ; gUaranteeb the faithful ,
:4 has been.in half uf the Southern States the House '191 and terms -
( :
on give Republicans time
6alniy .mellowed. :
air
I by ocean
: aU the condition tbe
: on part of the pet+o* : ] '
,. : in bis life/mucb: less to have: been engaged foim one unbroken body of .improved' Democrats, with four towns Clarksville Pittsburgh Pl1:, "March, 14 1 ; 1875.-' breezes is.waftedover"a.licld of will sell in tracts of S, 10,4$. or. 40-acre,a ''I' d 1le 4 eeea.V

1 '. in the canvass in. each.: : oraugc grove containing now one b'nndrcd Errol, PitUburg, and Hart's to During a thvnder storm this morning a : per. desired stocked with trees buddcJ from &a .
.
,
I. trees.each acre 'cootalntn one fi i bee.ie
verdure flowers'bloorA at all orange
; :.,Jt. That un editor who publishes the fact and forty acres and having upon hear from. These return five represen- ten t.h us uu- .barrel tank of. oil at-ihe petual ;, fur$KO per acre, Of this 43 per cent must V

'i\I\ that he deserted these tatives. All but one of them Pittsburg, Riverside Refinery .own d.by)Cjkins:! & seasons; fruits' ripen throughout the the lime of sale,and the remaiixtar Can SUMMER A. )n'nu: V
tb.e pu\lhcaniparty acres more than forty thousand which Flick was truck by lightning and the by mortgage- the V prtrtc ) tnti the f BO A KB t V
he considered doubtful elect
: t < may and vegetables can be had at any
year, by the V
j i. ( into bearing; payment ofozht per '
orpecuniare.sons.an4 who' conducts sweetbudded'orange trees. And when
Democrats. With oil burned, together with two cars-on : ; :
Pittsburg reckoned The J'CS'' seBing will fiinher -- '3'0
pet year
I .:::,' a newspaper that advocates the election you wander through them and through Democratic it will give a Republican the ::"Allc/gb-ny/ VaJley;'. Kailrojid': track: timq. Thi.V beautifUVland; id; "and"will tare fbr the trees for test Ctnb each y_ly, .......-.from f n lu fij eo,

t .'4i i, of Democrats, vhile it draws the major tbe neighboring wild groves, and note ; majolity of 7. The Senate stands! 5 Republicans containing 500( barrels: of benzine. Total be the, vast.conservatory' 'or'gr en-huasa, count ing their will rapid imod maturity'and about like this carry: bcafiBg. accoIllMOCbIt.arrangimem* maids with, faaulin...V

to 5 Democrats, with no choice : loss abwtV$2O,00f ,. nearly coveredby to the Northern., .States. and .a.win'ter.: residence ij .-
pait of itsffustenauce from Republican the hugu growth of the natural forest on An oraae erne of to acres,(1,000 trees)wo !
:' in the 2d and 4th districts. In the 2d insurant in WhevHrig"Pittsburgand ; fi t 'tlio invalid*, .and wealthy the end or sixth year: _. ,HOUSE
V alms, should have opposed the nomination as rich land as can be found on earth, district Priest Democrat, lacks 34 Easteri companies.: 0" Cash down at time purchase_... ,

V -- of Mr. Walls on account of his you cease to wonder at the .enthusiasm votes of an election; and in the 4th district -' ,St. Loni March 14, 187As the ,pleasure V l -scokcra. ,of other 'countries... Care Intcrot of trees on t.joofur for 6 years six,"..year.?'. ., ........i: (Fornrerfy'Eo
V ; V color. was all in character and 'what of those who know the fruit capacity of Todd Republican, lacks 24. These towboat ItA., Babbagewas coming up 1 have ppent the two months of.Jan.uary "JU rLOR.JDA.

f Vs ; might have been expected. That disappointment the State and are no longer surprised at districts will of course, be filledby the The tivcr tn Friday night' she struck a and February of this..year on the .To be paid! at end of 6 )ers..t. rm., FlOg J' wzsrs 70 **y
V Republicans on the assembling ot the, at liberty Island between here St John in and have talked with ;
snag .- r. a V
and mortification should their anxiety for, sure and adequate % o';)J.L.Sc; .ens V ; Legislature giving them 7 Senators. It and Cairot and &ank.In sinking she S .
JIlac JliJ.ae-SrillJt. VerstoM"
there-be
: attend the utter political\ r lt which transportation.V V V : is said that Brings, the Republican candidate toppled 'oter, and she now lies-on her great many persons.whovent V ; INCOME.4th .t.. .. ,fc*years ibemw wmtoid.

t 1: V k be suffered, is natural enough';, but the i In the neighborhood Orange Luke in the 2d district: will contest the side only'.Ihree.fe'et her :being put'of cause they could,.not be well at home wonb year two from cents bud at 50, th orange. grove..Uflpoa'-Per tree. to;'yj "to'.tInOftce Florida,tfiat to tScy their harcaluwth fceid Id*.

r ; ::; vasby .weakness 'of such drivelling as I are now at least five hundred acres of election of Mania Democratic Seualor- water.. George Able-s, Chief Engineer, and nearly.- 'all, who. were, not too far 5th year from bud. '.per trce*.-.,..' and shall do tk W bat h>V BaL ii a htm*,

elect on the ground of fraud in Manchester and a firenan and :cabm boy (names >&iid'the climate did them' more 6th ye2rfrom bud, jo'per tree i-L, 5/x -| with them. *
V
the above Is painfully ludicrous. improved orange groves, with ,!a-thousand gone, PeJuct cst?( .. ._ ..< V : U pleasantly) situated tie tank tf tINt
)' and bhould! be be reseated the dr wneJ. The boat
not given] were good than1 nIl the medical 'treatment ,.only live minutes, walk wrw(RMS IK0
Recognizing fhe, propriety of fault other acres of rich land upon which Republican majority in the Senate will : was.ywneij'by; J.F..West jihd Captain : V V V V .'8D4 commanding a fine tfew D p and. '

: finding with.all .Republicans, as the natural the superfluous trees may'and will" beset be 3. The Council stands 3 Democrats lle'nry'Lo'vry, and was insured for $10 they had ever receiveuy: 'Now'the great' t .Even putting the prlceat$t$per i.ooo,and and l U ofilie solicited.sarrounding Addrtss country.- ,

V V V sphere of a so-called Republican out, and when. you.sce. those things and 2 Republicans. .On hc.vote forGovernor 000.but the 'names of the. officers are not truth for.suffering" humanity, to. .find. tout, ing U a very gt-r o5'e. ..Itavinihe..buyer|, sctrrr a GOODRICH
.
V ''the candidates and know is that this 'and when'it i is paring for his place. Jacksonville,Florida.
: be (Cheney .i.s fully The titles lands''are "and' "
; paper of its peculiar character, the you too" will enthusiastic.V V V to these perfect; I ,HTghgato Spnnjs Yt. .n-il
i V Roberts) ran within 100 of each other, An E't1bb Parliamentary return known 'FldridIV J 'will:: liardlj.hold the legal impediment in th way of carrying out V
fV Union is not pleased that the only Republican Another half day's ride will bring the and the votes of each exceed 39,000. shows'that the 6th of 1874 : ment above proposed. "" V d. ;.very .(hf' P..L. .I.::
,' : from August h people! wjll'flock'tq i : :.hersanitary! Call at the office of tbe KHV SOUTH and .' .
;t paper in his district should publish traveller to Gainesville in the centre of The prohibitionote will, be about 300 440 vessels, were reportt d ,to the Board ) ; map.1 V .

V :i' thaepeochof its Representative, and Alachua county, another'section of great when nil the towns are in, probably.: It of Trade as, being defective* inhull, shores; #for. .who. _that" has a_d.car J'-.wife1' or I :'3: ?F.o.- V .RE ORT.

V says:. agricultural and fruit growing capacity fell off largely from last year,going to equipment!> or machinery.. Upon(survey child, or a rdatirp i that cannot live and V
PROCLAMATION
V 4 V the RepAilicaus. The 'plurality of Mr 4pi were tound uaseawqrttoy and .14 bewell, in .a.colder,clime, will not make V VV hOUSE ST. MARYS. GA.
But if
: Mr. Walls Reserves for of which will be convinced V
censure by a '
anyone Jones -Democratic: ;
4 V V bis t congressman seaworthy, while in 22 ;cases the surveywas "sacrifice tbut their V loI "OR'S OFFICE ,, Fla..ov'0flcn' First-Clan si
: loved one
treatment of his and for his selfishness almost any
V race, visit to the neighboring plantations and elect from theist district, and of Mr. pen'ding": Of tlieso 440 vessels 25 V JAOCSOKVIU.K, FIA., March, at V

ij r V VV h much and pretentious importance particularly to- Lhega.rden.ol-Mr.Mil- Blair, Republican, ill the 3d district, has were dismantled 'or"broken '11 p. 34 yes. may get well 2 I wish. I could': tell V Notice V Ik hereby given to the qualified ay--$!2.to $1$per week .

V more so' tbuse,deSCI1"e it who, not been figured out entirety, but sufficiently sels'were1 rejected overladen or im- every afflicted person who bail a hacking City of Jacksonville that the Annual : and convenience of* Northern
'rVk r ler in the city or to the grounds devotedto "
knowing better, cater to his ufficcrstorsaidctry will be held oaMONDAY
r vanity by to know that each is electedsure. Uden a d'.li compUint's'wercwell 'cfugb. h. r ,- is situated near'che mouth the&.
Pt r holding him up 'as la faithful and able grape and other fruit culture by lion. prp'perly, ; pittingof.bf66d'orany'dise3SCof The location and heakhfuloei of tilt
Mr. the Democratic candidate ; flF'TH DAr
Kent THE OF
founded.Hallafax.- V V P ,
: .. the Southern STR.
the windpipd or lungs asthma heart on coast.
public and who ; .
set-rapt, rush into print \V K. Cessna. .' '
in the 3dftlistrict, is defeated( by I, V ': <& )(EK goes direct to the H! Parties
c with evfrythiug.; amiable clerk I disease 'rhe iiinatisnr 'and other Between the hours ors "clock'a.m, and tickets have
some Such about 50 : of many: can them exchanged by
a trip need occupy no more thana probably. The plurality ,;).(ur the Ibl.'owing offices: :- d. t'IU'l .
V :.t is persuaded to write for him. Bell River and' Daytona. I i : 1 V . ... to sto; over at Marvsoraay
week and while it be ; Demitfirutic congressman: elect, in diseases' which'sudden'changes' COl( t -""i V .1J,s* V* V. !irett. Liberal terms Barfc with panic V
:.V V We fear; the 'Union will be still Jess might fatiguing the 2d district, is given as 145.-'Washinolon .; -. LVV "V and that :Ooe Mayor : ..a permanent stay., Scud "circular. ..
produceor."m.ike worse,, One '
Clerk. ?
I :
City
proportion to the thoroughness and Editor New SQuth:-Many' Northern ; : ; y V '
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: V '
pleased with the remainder Chronicle.V V One A. HOUSE. Bergen Point.N.J.yifl
.1 of the speech. V winter in this soft essor. ? .1. '
and \Veatern crowded in one 1alniycIimate : '
; c activity of the exploration. it would be people now - : L These figures show the election of a your hotels, are anxiously i fnquiring! as would greatly ameliorate, if not cause One Treasurer., -.if -': < :' V "-
V promotive of health! would cost no more One Q.'ity Marshal.Mmc V V S
,
Republican" Governor and working ma- to the hotbls and facilities. Ior.uJoywcnt their troublesome maladies to AMormeaBy V V
/
: A Pleasant Excursion to Make. disappear
A V than hotel-life in Jacksonville Pa- f.LY HOUSE
V or jority in the Legislature by .which the in this section of the State and ft9 I V ,
andvdo
:
Hotel.life, with all) its relief from the lalka and would result in the u
: : of iniquitous gerrymandering" the fullest'extent fishing and hunting sailing :whole stocks': of 'medicine. } there they the Jlayor ilortb itit73'the Votes will JACKSONVILLEFLORIDA.
cares bqn -kccpipg and its other attractions much more reliable and satisfactory 'V \Vards aDd .no person will bo aUowjd to HOMK" eca iemodefe4
Legislature and other purely partisan trailing ot thyfinestbuucbus"'oif would( and\ well JeK tcr d l in thj ward in which he fives. : having
or on one surelyjgfV it'they 'got
1 r tojtniiny, will after a while pall knowledge ot what Florida island what ;. f ; .will hereafter be qo"D as tb Wa-
V V
: J. V measures will be corrected. The Republicans Uie Atlantic coast'.I'tn6.ughtIrvvoulH ; t; would remain and seufefUierd askreturn > The Books Ueg&rntian Are no*openat.. -
i somewhat upon even those who have she may be than can otherwise in so shorta send< word the they I '.- ", ; I1u.!] ir) charge of tUe City Ocrk,tromg a. I1l. ..,_...._...___.JjJ peT day.
i lose one Congressman,through you th.lq JInuph: the'North svoultI'bsrX !i 13Ol -' V 'Cm uuler'1 hand .- J.'J rOMrOKT. D. .
O.t; ; .\ o and the Corporate.
it coukI
sought expressly for its and time be obtained. medium of ,
ease so
easily local quarrels in.. the. and the your paper IOU givethe of the City o f JacKSonviHe1 this the first'day Haddea House.Atlantic.Cry.N.J. :
: parly nomination t io bring'tho'f fr ribr bask : I .sp'eakpartly" V .. Fropricto V
freedom-and our vIsitors will begin to intormation" to olher lrst"; 'il1 : again ; V A. 0,1875* .: V ;. V V

4 V inquire iwhat caa.we do next where : 1. of weak men. The'control' of come a trip from Jacksonville to Enter-. from ,joy own*".experience i' 'and ,3-j tde F.TERJUN ,' V V

e i can we 1' The Matter of Water Supply. the council by the Democrats will prevent prise. Theni-e by saeto,, : ,P .Orange partly fcpm.tho, expriencu of others, who V go V
t V We much time and breath in the Republican party from ruiningits or Daytona. We went first to Port Orange it isamatterof OL. :
spend so death
.1 T 9 We have heretofore which is say life.. or. with 't., *> ::tV: PORT ORANGE FLA. V
suggested one or ( J ;a smalj place, rapidly ,,
the of chances in thelutmire :
condemning use alcoholic.Ijquors; } by :the. whole them-cithr .
V to live 'in Florida '
not toIIVOMatVaII.VV
or
V j two pleasant liips that" could easily betaken as being disastrous'orinjuriou's; to lu.allh. sale and' settling,) .and put up at the Gesner C' ;: V BAY Sl-SEET.; JACKSONVILLE.. "
indiscriminate removals from BENNETT MRS. DOBSINS.V V
I House I. O.-Gesner, lat or Cincinnati Yours, VV .) m ,
''V truly
from.Jackson\'iUe ; :
by water with and also in speculating on the influenceof V.V PeaJertn
V malaria from decayed office, which operated so strongly against Ohio, proI riet.or. There we found clean V II. EueugOLE.'Lexington : .r : : is now ready to receive.uci1S. Ill 1 Is
the arising vegetable -
expenditure of only one day's time* n6hcd throughout and l capable of at.
the in the and pleasant rooms a good table well VV 'MiLLINERY: ,
and have' matter or from stagnant pools of Democracy campaign just .' ,* Kg., lldrch'.K; 375. V 'j : : : ? .* guests' No-piia will be spared to'
V V
some the
V V V profited by suggestions water, that weljave little time to devoteto closed. Through, too much Democracy supplied with fish oysters and' game of :;,. .: :V. VV .. : :'.. -, utistictoryits.; .patrons.-

V VV made. But. ,whoever, I disposed what is of more Importance, becauseso and and an ov'crdose'of Gordon and Lamar all.knd.! ; and' what is more,n man who '. V : '11( .'. V V V ,..FANCY..AND.. .DKESS-,; The schooner V
kndvvs to .
V :; to pleasantly and profitably while constantly entcri 'into our' 'dome tic ) how. kttp a'hotel.: Messrs ;,The Rationality of. Cardinals., V >->
away t the Republicans have made a gainof Conuiss & :Gusncr[ have.lately) bought t V .r. '-', ,', ., Z A' BENNETT.
: a little more time, has it in his arra.1Igement.sand every day lite, whether -Witli Has just'received from New York. a full&"
i V power the weather be cold hot dry some thousand in the'popular vote. the famous, Dunn J.a\vtou plantation the accession//hf CimiinaU Manning the afovc named of thc '. i Foster'wharf Jacksonville fer Port 0r-
or or rainy
V VV I within week'V time, to add a very: t and have had it cut up into lots ,to suit and MoCloskcy'tb its numbers the V *> ;' V } j' weeks.aSbxline panics pleasant ana
that is, of the water which we drink or Thus testimony of the Granite State s i J*; : for reaching that pbce. Com"rtabl
: agreeable variety ordinary hotel life which is used in cooking the food we cat. i is added to that of Wisconsin that purchasers and it is being rapidly- soliU "ScrelOJllega\ of Cardinals" will .contaiHrChreB. V .LAJE.ST 'STYLES.A D:FASII o_' For panko.pply/ at
: ; I increase one Some N No"rthe'r jn'cn are cngageofhftlitj Engliah-spKaking _. tXJBBJNS' GUN SHOP, ."
j J" and members
to e i in biaknowledgo'If. the Here is a matter more nearly allied to "A. .-. : :t.VVA: '1* \ ". >' '. V : and Fla. V
Hogan streets.
: V and the year of Democracy ,is sufficient.punishment present time manufacturirig"the"bittorsweetand :t thing J fiptc-.worthyol.itself;! .as ,being Abo, fine Jacksonville af
State and Its real attractions and capaci. the health of the body vigor of, a assortment cfl.1dics' and & Dtkm -c of the time arrival and departure
V ;: r. the mind, and therefore to.the for,the. Republicans oft, time decade.. : sour' orange, into, Jempnade, )ve, believe, unj.rfcedinted 'since/ the V .. V be given i in the paperiaj 301

!,t ties, by kinganyone of Beyeral not growth of the city than any'prospect.in other V _VV etc'Aller.a': vIsit.to. the \'ose grove, tiiue-- ot I Henry 'YirTTien': Cardinal V VV 'KID/GLOVE.' '

IV V very long trips that could'easily be aug.V one,thing. Pure water lot drinking-pur- A Personal Renconter where we'filled. our baskets .with.sweetoratfgcs Pole died in 1558 he waa the -iole1 Eng t ? ," ,. :':: & at BUCKYS. .

; and the''finestlemons JJy MOCk having been
1 V A gested.'V. some of ,lish-8pfaking'Prince' ot tbe. Church. purchased so recent1 V
the
and for food
cooking we eat, '
of
poses We regret lo learn that serious ev r.gr'ownwe visited th per-. having : V V
J.4'; Among,the most feasible and entertaining as well as. for. the. useof, the .dom stie.. ',' V
so'nal l difficulty occurred house near which occurred' one of the been-V''iniproved off the, earth"". by AND
V well animals that serve the various uses of, at Fern.ndina > .a :- LOp UCEsf'J ;
V V ,, V as as instructive routes of life and furnish the meat that suppliesour on Wednesday .fast 'between, 'Mr. ,Rid list fights with the Indians. This house party 9f.zealous} eforf1 crs tWtlrc years VV '/ r-. : VV .'' /\ : V V V ,. V TOURIST .

tl 1 V this description- suggest one that tables is a necessity. If.we would 1 is pleakantly lacajed, i is. >Shch'aU'inileIrom beru e., Cardinal D" XtrkV; ,the_ J \stPrines V huuhe .. -
dell OIVthCV Rlddell House and I? 'other accommorjadons at
M. V4V board mad
would occupy less than: .a week and "live long and b" happy we must : W 4 I the, river .and is surrounded by Of the direct{ ma!I1' line' of the .5 '
possess atv t
'i tV .' would impose little;i hardship involve Ibis great blessing. If the children! Downie, E llq. Some -words occurred some of V the .largest orange trees wehavy : ", died near Rome iu 1807. and nomumwVEnglish .pOR :SZSLE1 <.\ :.- : ; : ; I V '
!
'I and make the between the parties !in the offico of the ever seen. After spending a few. \ Cardinal was ouade until '},' / { M.i'ORIYS.
thft.t.gracl happy dwellings; .
little
f i3 expense .and result l in giving, a that inhabit to live which, ,. days at this place, we bade our best: the nomination of Cardinal; Weld, a IS Acres tfLand;; (jonu.r Lou Ia .o y :! ,
we are to growup hotel were followed Vty blows ( PA1.METTOSTATI9X.V
'; [
: Also for Let
more1 ,. .
or Lease.f'
V V wider Yaried and, satisfactory old adieu, and sailed for'Daytoaa';which fij kfnsman'bf iho'first husband of "George : -v t
V to healthy must see to.it. : V
: <:, knowledge of the State than many mor that the family age has 'pure/f.e water, and. an and pistol firing resulting, lii -. ,Rid located: ix lDiJC$'nurth of Port Orange. IV'a, first wife; in 1830. Cardinal Weld V A,VALUABLE.- ... .OTY.. LOT.- .,T-Co'.R.R. i!:miles from CcdaiV
V
: t t extended and costly i trips we mean al abundanceofit. del Ts receiving apistol 'ball1' in" the Hero wo found a' pleasant! landlady, died in 1837., The. purple :was ..confer.! 60 (bet by oo.Corner Julia and Foisyih V VV -place for ports .It& bcinf situated
; .
; : 'i jaunt by way of Palatka'! aftd. Silver The Boston Journal of Chemistry says, shoulder. Various reports ;iof theo&.i good tables and rooms. and.ntire bunting., red upoiflhe late., Cardinal Wiseman, tothoborior For V particulars V .enquire of V :.aC. ( of-the.A'celebrated. ..." .., '
fishing uridBHiling to our satisfaction. and xUrm'ofJ! )i-d John Rug- V y5
V I V Spring. to Ocala Orange since the general Introduction ol aqueduct currenco ar giv attributing the blameto The Palmelto, -DkCulf tbi V V ;; V' VV F"'l: A M M O C K S
,.. Lake, "Mican- into cities that ; : llcruso atDaytoiia bell" in 1850,; : n,. ;catholic } :
Water large
typhoid ; ,
and Gainesville eac'1'pany, but at'present we -refrairi is k..pt.Lyl\IJ8J'.M. Iloay which to Archbish 5pof Dublin wC. m'adQ'a: i-9'tf -'d', .. VV ; At Grand. I '
oily ;. fever has become more common in the ; ; Cardinal : u' cfs-'of game,and has Dot beea
from other comment' than that both thu airwho know her is sufficient evidence The' threq1\ t : V .. VV. .
V V V Hundrtds of travellers: this thaii inthe city ,and he ; ,, In J866. ardinals'I : : "E S MAPSON' V
come.to. country ; ,same R V
good authority this disease is certainly parties are old!enough. !g'p?.oglll..nnt that it is1 well kept. and here let me add, Archbishop Westminster, Dublin rind ,i''> .' : i l>r V
: State remain at Jacksonville orPalatka, says wcir"filled. This ,is Ne'wrYork-will.no: ...- H '
tic which' place pleasantly represehi the E-g- V V .| &ve opened a first-das OR VEGETABLE 'LANDS
take .zym -or' one, results should be wise enough to have setted)
a hurried ride located time twelve Catholic'
k bt cteainer Enterprise on Halifax river lish-speaking wQrltlin'olJego V
from introduced into the blood. SHAVING SALOON V before txaU
poison their difficulties in other way. their, IDtei't V V and, after twoj or three months, Wells in the country are liable.to V some udilesinorth of the inlet: and'will eventually of fifty-s Jn membi'rs, Jt. may.be.iin-: : corrter1 ** the Gulf Hammock Land are you:

I 'return to"the Northor: 'West with j a become contaminated with very, .house tsew. "Mr. Downie .arrested.; and,beLl in ,bo;the "Sartttojja1'-: Florida.;:'Itcbmpridus teresting.; !19 see .what proportions! are appliances of Bay used and by.Pine the best streets saloon where in the all the RICHEST IN: FLORIDA.each dairft,

V ; $800 bonds for his !in court. severmil'bunilred acres and borne toeehitherIn the college bv thedifferent be toundThey also furnish at. all hours xpcss,. trsinpasiioj, .wy
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very"iBearthe .
VV It fixed delusion as they are placed appearance e. .
firmly that have seen age, .. : 0 '
they and- the waste liquids thrownout tv x has been laid off,into lots,the front ones : :'nationtililfes: : course :'Italy I! Co.,'.,Deei VV34. I'M-
and therefore know;; Florida, and yet dwelling l V V V for residences, and. tuV bal-k,. ones lOT conies V first. 'The"Dran' "of.the. 'S:1 red V V JIpT 'AND. COLD ,Bl\THS- ; Vi l -t6t1ws"
find easy access by percolation 'pOJtOffice: Notice" ;l.:; '
they wUl know very little from personal through the_soil to the w r/' > j V ; : V orange groves. 'Those desiring to' purchase College is an Italian. Cardinal k Patrizi; 'Tickets .ejitrtling tbe bearer to eight shaves ( i *shirts.; U.nice. ,at Butty s.

V V* observation of the real character and I The of drainage ot an well I" Iu1 addition; .the mornl -througU hero can ascertain' the price bywritIng Bishop of,Ostia and Veil.ftri. now a venerable I lOr} .001 eight.shaves.hair"cutting.and. V V -
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V true resources of the State. of the water on tire' urlace, or oear.it/is pouch for.al 11} pointy J west V of Live Oak,. Dr. G. ,;E.to Coleruan Charles 'E.who Jacksou,:or ado to : to-morrow's man of seventy-sevemyears.' After ,V,. .V V, BOARD..
own an proclamation will
V On ihe.otjicr hand jet in ,proportion to its.: pb; hyice.the: leaving! by ibe, morning tr1upe the ) Italy Ladies underwear to obtained. at DP< Y'J
] a' tourist take : joining tract. There are two stores and will -l-ount with the' ,,: ', flu fewer .
depth being tbe diameter u.f.. ihe base of .. _' : ; ;, STICKNEY .IIOUSE.
: the Florence Jacksonville Pensacola and Mobile Railroad All'the' : : ,
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or Eockaway. at Jackso a cone the surface the rQUlVbelflthat several; d\vellinj'3hero. pro than thirty bt'.CArdinafs: ; thSo'thr&e ( .TIIE.CITIZENS. OF : V V V
V ; and 7 : property on tho'Tlalifax.river, ,adapted orders bUh'opspriests and'de.-u, n! ''all 'TP i Bv'MRS.-Sv A. DAY.V! V
Tub on Tuesday morning aoi spends base and the I"otoruor well the closing. A, M., through ; .
,. .. .. .. -. ,V,., .. I ; to orange culture'nnd..I i is being rapidly the Canllnal-Biahop'aitRix.; 'in' :number '.: V VV. : : '7': V
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day at St. Augustine, then on to PalV apex. 1htis; :, V'; V ," Vj pofucH is how "sent ,every iqorntng to settled. SO'b\1ILLE; .. reasonable rates. VV V
colonies'are7
Many organizing heir: natives) ,4ff, Italy,' Austria and V made for thote dcvring to make a p -

( atka and spend one day, giving the splendid I FeriandinatOUCb1fl. at: intermediate -! in.:the West, intending: to JocatQ here France come I next, i iiuorder, :each .with ,:.'V ,.V, ..:0':'. 'CARD.. .; _.. .V. ,.; ..II'I'-_!. .V

; : t orange grove 6f Col 1; Hart opposite I ,. ( points} and one to all points south next .fall and It estimated that the five Cardinals' .Spiui, has four Cardinals ; ..*Ve eonsfder si iLmattefot Justice to .- ,' ,
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Pilatka of Baldwin on the Atlantic Gulf and immigration the-coming[ year will not tvoVpf; whom", '\) the Vay it t, isw6'rttt. notify tend adcti_t BUCKVS.. ,
V ,$"Tlait" then take one',of, tbe ,, : H % If .the. public,as U may to.Injure : '
fall 1 ,short, of. five hundred .families' riotingaro'natiire's .otthri' inew bilnesi;that the w.lk'1a1d in front'of Mr. D. V w
: Ocklawaha boats on.Thursday, evening, 3.cstIndiaTanstt: Company's' Ilalli-'oadj! .Among the guests\ attuaPiilineUo.lloiiso wqr\df\ Cardinal De'''La.Lastrey ''Cuesta, jler>residence,on Hogm stre tbeoieer(' : ; -'HOMEil i '.J. t1fL V
Monroe
Is 'not.our work neither Is it laid
V 3 V lie will see the wildand i! unusual l scenery closing at thersarnq )hour, .l;A.-; )i., .and af&the following:' V Mr. Bryant of the bora} Cuba-'lit 1803.;''aIM nnw.t\rcfi. 'paicci'er Is tl nV BrtSricia;!stone Walk '. V : -' ; :"' Of : V

V of the lower'OcklawaW and be landed .. reaching. Cedar Keys. ,the same evening. Chicago,.M ii vaukeejumd Sr Paul lUi-! bishop of Sevil,-and Cardinal';M redo; V T (We Issue this notice td preyeqi rUb&PPT S V | bunding.lot U the new,tow t
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V at Silver Spring d riDg: the night of -rt i '"i / (. i i in i rod, Chas. 11. Glass New Brighton; born in Guatemala .1tilTlrJd: nOw .V 8DSOUTWERN\ ARTIFICIAL m rROSE\VOOD' ", V V

Pa,.' Mr. J. Burne wifd :daughter.and .Archbishop of Yalladi)!Hd. ill V : ., V VV.
Uere.n ; C p1\anJ'. VVetJNPcVBR1NJ'dd :" : ;! ;\\f ir**
Friday. jioiur ,
or .two can bo ; ." C. 1I.W: aJto Secretary of,the }niit Cincinnati i11a l .
jV4 son,. Q.hioj Mr; [M.. Withers have x ne Cardinal with the nomin-iti!n f ,,'i >r ?

,4 V V V passed In exploring tie thousand beauties Sooner.or later all the waste.or refuse Grower As aciatlob, made.us a very and daughter, Kentucky. D., 11. Means of CountLeilochwbkI. Arcbuisbijp( r Of {LQcrL 'EMILE .) dtJAG, : !i .GQYERMENTr.LAND;'..*, V VV :. -

; ota remaiaulo spring where be can .watejthat by drainage or In any other pl ajjant call -ycst rd3Y lie 'says that wife and Xlangbttr; Cincinnati i ,''(jhid4 f !Posen; and Belgtum;'wblch'baa.bety'irreverently *. / '

float for hours over crystal depths and way come* wIthInraO ::of this "Influence th { oprna1 and lrOceedingA.he: l last P. P. Ishcrmoos and wifeTi ledo. Ohio, styled the banlamchicken'bfthe | F'rb'm.q.Paris', tra c',(nat tely Torraan'olTt'he" .! > within JW tDiLi"oi;'ik'dc' ::. ."anti .

V in some form, more or less filtered Mr.i Sruith, New York/* Mri ''Wilson, Churcli "I.if. Island Dyeing catablishMencJ V-' : LAND'. ;';:; ., V ., .

see distinctly the fih swimming forty or get Into the well It :maVtalfe' ..Jw* meeting are approaching completion.. New York Mr. and MM. Wilder, BoSi Archbisbopj'ofMalines'rOr ...: .. t. .'... .( _,JI ; STATE.f ," v ,,-. <.* v .' v *-.

I fifty feet lelow.l After r_an bohr,so ..pe.n'we for' this. butVcertAlnly. ui qV: time Will anLthiit, If sufficient'' adveitfslng is- fur- ton, Mass., Low $)j Fletcher F. C. Meeblink .s '.Hth:" Lon,the .};;trEfJ! 'c .t .t. V V V 'E T jr"*.n V: .' ; ,1'j': : V V

guiran'tce,he Will| /ully, r Ui the come,when, UnrWe11s:: 1n all populous ijls hetJ, the minutes of the 1Pjifa'.ka' meet- Satnson' Ben. Robinson, Jr., of Cincinnati whole.jhqEogIi. hi8p akng| Cathojicsc"an ... '" &hat .'govert es to..d"< 'fc" < V V
cities will be contaminated 'to some"ex- Ohio; AW'B nnera and 3ohn'Jaj ;>carceIy"jcoaiplaJn of betng nad LaditsianW"'T"eanDI"'p_ : accessible. V t
I 'f eothUftiacUc'deacflptlon,, H.. B; log wjll;,be added,.and the TV hole sold atm > ; 'n.l ;pc..Cuttalos..t 0t /"ldl $ rrt :WAVELYBOUSE.CIndV>
V tent. V But In a sandy soil like ours. jLbjj" Pierrepont, of/Brooklvn. N. Y. More quately 'rep.rerebte.din7 I le.h1gbett'iV.1titutionlbOd1ttoWtilt6DthttL PQl VX OONTY.." !1i'c V V p
Stow which those who > mthefuUckand T" ) .
to have -J
i not time Is not far distant.Tbeeatestprotoct1oi. V >: w''a < ."... .,lW"j, '* iwtel l are necddIahd\rMrs2H6aVand t Chorch udother fin b.brks ; J '13..PJ 'I' V 0\,VVI.pw&3W
teen the stream and spring seems like II't No better medium for wido .1'ica. Mr. JeSrief 'additions .VFQRSXTllbSTkEEtJzwcca; ; < wn : "d110:1 :
that we call pub. contemplate large As"wo-have already explained, bbwcvel; ket streets._ JaAUar7-.sin.
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NEWS The Burrett Property. _. __.
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U CITY ... Mr. Robinson, advancing the iron! -- M
In Short. COCNTRY FIRMS PROMPTLY SUPPLIEDWith t .
: Kn SH ...:J:?.M : METEOROLOGICAL. .., RECORD.. ,, ?:? .
MOBJrtK t' salejof, this. property
forsyth streets, has been effected as reported. Climate of Florida: .. 5rcasb -- '' GIIrbJ ike Sifts.Servioa.U,S." Army1 ia.this.ciry,: ,"':i '.;. ,t .":, ,_ ," ,'.I...i't.I0'j' -_ _
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expeditious route. ,fare advertised : = ::21' d--' ", 'e .
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0. J.B73.H' I i JkK y, \'p( Toledo well 'NOTICE. 'J -o j m- 'j f
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always found great difficulty In from Jacksonville to all points North . I -
known for his extensive railroad Buonr wffl pledge to sen Clod..Gendemea's 11.derver .- > j '- .Z.r" .., t,. t .f' '..J. .' .(*.
: speculations making people believe anything I tell and West. We should therefore ,Blankets :. ; :; "
say, ,Overcoats.Oaaka Talma*.Cover i .. '. WATCHMAEANW. .-
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has on the part of Mr. W. H. tbeni about this State. lets.Trunks.Valises,Sift and Fur 1In. .. EL' .i : ,
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N' 1f'y that "inj the wiiy ol short: cuts] home Hats and Myriads 1'irr ,
rJblish ,
$ LER .
; I "trf 'aturd&y Vanderbilt i of Sew York, offered a cattle can be raised .knd Northern visitors of other a>ides'.f>p aunxTtXia to.saewitftt,arxrrfricu --taw n : I .- ..b.J' I JEW jc.-ttJfIO' it' .
services at maybe' grass grown, N in transit wfil have ., '
price for it provided the titles \ XJL VI jj itt.t't&lNO TWA. ,.IS' u a W ..Gad CTdy S .i1O. b _
afternoon..1 are sound and hay made, th y.torn round and of from so'rare Wed. .* >*' cors.d3i5-. .
right nothing to complain a ,17 7 30 3 s> 3S. PeMIe. Fair r'. .116 }
Church-Re W. iu law Further than this nothing definite tell me the place RING! LOW PRICES lHONESTV I M 30.17 6 i ia :W .Ttth'OM Eal 3AONT1LLZ, FLORIDA ;
can't .5
II A. W. .nd ,P. III. has grow anything selection. lube motto at Rich emporium. IO-M-tf.HOPE 9 ]) S3 I W God son CTdy /j: j. :#1 I.
Church Rev. ;J. B. been eett.led.'o' but sand. .1, Tho. *Sy 30.34 i9" N Fresh -oo Fair
baTegiYeQfup the- subject Mr:Alexander Wallace's new ,-,, !oI .. w'' ,10 .
II *, aDd 7 .. N. plan 'Ar '" S 33 M 44 NB' Fresh'i! Fair
at II a. m and 7itreetbead rFive .-_- as a bad job, and in future shall have A.D'cHARrrT/ 9 :-3o 35 61 NE Gemte 0.00 Fair I
of _
I mill is said be the. best 'intESrtji.4 N .J-i-*
Gr.tv; N It" J. t' Spcnce. lug to one The last but not least is found by buying groceries Fri. 19 j 3u.so,. to tt NE Gentle o.on CTrfy 1rewelrr ClocbW,
by Ibt" JliU'tor. nt Epifflp Dollars Reward more to say about it, :Then.aai: tothe : ., from Rich. .- lo-et tf I. 'tll I :-o$5 ra, *7 t Fresh 0.00 CTdfBaronetcr (7* es,Diamonds Pitted an6: \t> 't'V a .

5LJ- Weller. Rector. Sunday services it climate several nnrtberb 4 corrected far uiperatuj ds <.1 if' ;
11 who
.u It: is offered for evidence sufficient to peopU Solid Golland Silver .*' *
I a. FrAy convict 'The ,
at views of the
wir. stereoscopic Yosemite BEST BEEF > .dIt' _
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Eilh-a Sundays at r. M.t come down here for t.t'ep
service' s the winter '
.: Iji SchSS at',r. If- MtoioL.SchooU InJacksonville. U e.perpetrators of the. Ulrage.f lay Valley Cal., now on exhibition atSmith' Weighing 475 tbs.win be sold for ten cents per pound MARINE 1NTEL1IGEN' -. Wirr" .etc. ',. > et..,. .
k an4 f.Mt .9 .. II Services la tearing down the band-bills of the New if the place! is so 'hot in winter, of music at,:tie Famous Tennessee BeefJEtaDs,south end e ; ;
_y4 .. N. store;Bay.strect, as, pictures ..i3:
cvc7 Sunday at 5 the m. Also Meat "S : fr f r.
t J io.w1c Epi..copal(South). N. L comet'.r York and Fernandina steamship line course, the cummer must be hotter thana Sausage ao cents per poend A&KIVALSi i i&it4,tu- A1TU& 'IiN3P } '
St..r.. Methodist Rn'.J. B. Fitzpatrick I of Oar El Dorado, ,are really, Pork,'$cents per pound._ CKAI DIAMONDS. putts AND P R*. ii10,
v.-I&DC NnraaD tnC i which were posted during last weekLIqougbouttheity. certain place under the earth. I'' be- beautiful.AEewcarriag..tatory1s. : ,f .. t J' :?.5aAYntC'l '1 JACKSONVILtE FtORIOA.ajotrrauL' ,.ClOUS. STONES !ZT UC .t. 'Lc a5)., .
and Hogan lievo I:. .. rL."iS GOLD "' ::1
Church streets thermometer '
ClrMt'oC once saw .risenerein'Burmmertd950
Z&p4i. Pastor Scnia eYCry Sunday / ,j. t ,. ":, abon"being _: -; GREAT EXCITEMENTOver March I.It ;' I : ".- ','104' t"h j_ir$,
Dictatrvoge
"W. > : -- ,Charfotoo, .. .
Z'.Nr at I'' ,'dock; evcningats. The above reward will be paid after in the'shade. If die political canvass, but greater -over Rich'ssplendid t .' cikALdtaIcTi. '" ) it I .' ''c'w I
_c ,Dun be- .stablished oiuPJoo street. "
-f lonary Pncllt1'! BsptoCnurch Rev.MacBrown.street.Pastor. conviction and for reliable informationof any man has seen it higher tharr .hat he asaortment'of H. groceries. '; to-ettf )h'7.4 '

ea Cbok..aun"a%? corner Church and: H&gl4wattD Newnan streets%, the parties,that incited.thc outrage, has seen more than I did. I never felta Tbe tar d"photographs of the : .. J'UtL"'frtuftE' M Muck arck 11I.1Ir.is.ach.IatowVo5tl Hani.Card,Moorri,tb.riesto.'IhISi New V.''rk. .,. Fairy Enzrnf:**< *? .- i,,i..OI' '

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,-Duia" five'dollars additional. :' \ night in mid-summer so hot that 1 American Copying ,Company of Philadelphia. Just;ncciving from the schooner McDonald over < f ttn mntr* .,.1 &WtoS

V2 LT drent. Broody*.pear Si FairUnVs jesiaLe.C xb biting.ln. many parts Ten Thousand Dollars worth Furniture,in such
V CoctD.Jlyl'ast.. In tack of'the poorpnviiege of post. could not sleep comrortably"batI.hneI : nqw and variety .NATIONAL BANK, !4bN4. ,
styles as will suit the demands of JI. at \ .
FubaTtct seimjnaI ,N.W.cnrncrofFineadUnioatreetz., 1'1 lug public notices without molestation, I : many such nights in tbe j city of oi .the.city, are attracting considerable Northern.pricesWith freight;added 7k OOT,exam.Inc. Ii, OF. 'FLORIDA.r ', ., *:> Standard tlmt by Cnronotoe--/- ". ,

JC9.C B Street. R" ]. R. New'Yirk. -There, almost for attention, and much favorable comment. .at the old stand south .. ." fci" _
& Kcdt0di5t.'a tbe public are informed that the ,well gasping, _-. -_ '. u side of Bay street,between ter rated br transit

Scce.Fui -. -, known steamship,Leo witk/accomiqo- breath, I have often left my bed to seek -The initiative in the fare-reducing Pine and Laura streets,Jacksonville.. : -' :. ::71( ; ._! ..:, :.. i .' w OuKJ011S.1-A' .r" r"itt: iV *i '

-- Religious. dat1onfor 'sixty'passengers, will leave a breath of'air in its'streets, and failing business on' the St; Johns riter having '.130d. C. O. 1.Iu"cs.,_ 711 -.? Km fnti 2a.i, t* tfmtu, i. AtSUtt., ,." .'1' ,t -'M ':,
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Fernandina on tbe 24th ofMarch, bound there I have taken my blankets tp the just been inaugurated. by the local agent FREE LUNCH. X*.' Eachange e.SvammB and New York' sold" ,aid Ea- S. 'I" "; :::"*. '
of Fletcher .
Rev.R. L. Curtis, pastor Blanck is the name but ntt blank is the place. Fresh change on all Northern points bought ACEITT pus m C BOIESWATCH. .t sw1
E.Church city luaianopolis, direct for New' York. .Through tickets, house top, but even th.re,:theitill ted- of one river line, it: gives U8 much Philadelphia and Milwaukee Lager Beer nDrugbt.Free 'AT CURRENT RATES. .nOlU. :1. '" .L"t. I

Ilsc&M. for Jf ew York procurable at the office oftbe hot slates prevented my! rest. If any pleasure to remind the others_ of the lunch from it till t o'clock; .The best of liquon -' tnI
Sabbath morning *t Trioitj fy T f P'I (
will preach Jacksonville, Pehsacpla'and Mobile, man has seen such a state: of things ancient advice MGovand do thouTlike-: only kept at "Henry's Retreat,"*,Bay'I. west WLaunuj DIRECTORS AlfD STOCKHOLDERS: -_ __. AVery Q
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11. E. Church.nr here he has I ..' \ .' '. _: ': 13 SIT Ftrrign, styfisa Ladies'ttat*at BTJCtT'S, ., .
Railroad,for$2. .50. ,' seen tnorer than I did I JoHItCLAlK, :. -. -_' -_. ; 1 ; :j

CIIATEE&RING. have never seen the day in July that] wIse.Tbe'airinL15 in the city from the WILL MAKE yOlJ LAUGH. Hoa r. E.SmcKn.v I W;A McLssy.J FRESH ARRIVAL -,:
PHILO REMIBCTUN. 2'
personal. Just received at Bettelinrs Restaurant cases fine Esq., c.'A.I'AJCJnLD. Er.q.. .
X. Y.: lOr could, not,eat.and work and keep healthy.It upper St. Johns during the week have imported, old Topaz Sherries i's cases imported HunCan'an AML' RIMIXOTOM. Esq., DAMOM C*CIICUAFfttmu. Eaq.. 1. .',-.. '

M. H. Sorthrnp. Syracuse, The Gamblers is impossible a man to dispute this. been numerous' ; trianyofthevIsitotsIie.* Tokay 5 cases Swiss f Vermouth 5 cases Swiss ,W.September C.$Qt9tLsF.b4kr i6J'1'74.- :; W., JrI. BO$7WCZ". EAOJ.' OF, NEW Mil FASaiONABLK GOODS > ,:) .
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pbJllipcaSd1 l, of New York city, and I tell you, ladies and gentlemen, ,that ,I ing homeward bound. Absinth; 10 cases Sauterne. Co "O hand the : .<

J n. Wharton, of Baltimore, are sojourning We have heard of a case in which we would much prefer to leave New Yorkin delicious Scuppernong Wioe'";vioted- ,at O a tt2.oochc& NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.. CENTLEMENS'>AL AND WINTER WIAR I '.t'iU"Ct1l'O :
-The Do val by GoC Martin.- / u1 tf aFRZNCHENGLISHGERMA1v
National. County Agricultural 3 S. b
at the Grand think the Mayor or the Marshal, ought the middle of July for Florida than .
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,. Society invite Northern visitors to'their FINE CHAMPAGNtS- ITALIAN. \ rtd
to take some interest. A few days agoa Florida for New York,'but it l is impossible OFFICE
weekly discussions on the culture of Just received p: Imported Champagnes of the TICKET AND AMERICAN,FABRICS. .;;,b
The M. E. Curcb Concert. young man from, we believe, Jliza- to convince.most people of the peculiarities brands Mumm's,Moet& Oondon,Pommery(see), ; ; ,'
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at Robinson's Florida v
tropical fr'lits-beJd me AS'
He Concert of the M. E. Church an- beth. N. J., was walking the streets, of our climate, and in future 1 I Rode Delmonico's's Piper & Heidsieck. Ernest *' .d'
Land Agency, Bay street, every JUicy ft Co., Luc & Co. In and half FLORIDA STPAM PACKET CO. FINE BROADCLOTHS. nfnts. va' '
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when pints
pounced to take place on Tuesday at a person, who professed to be an intend to quit the snbj altogether.. Saturday at 10 a. m.Select pints. for sale by the case ot hoole quarts,at i- :. :3. : : : INGSAND. GCNkKAL FURNISHING :, 'I: .'." 1

the Metropolitan Hall, was on consequence invalid from Philadelphia accosted him As I have no lands to sell or lots to puff, '...tf BSTTCUHI'S RssTAtntAirr." at the store of GOODS.' S 1'-. -i| ,
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of the rain, beld, at the II. E. civilly, and entered into co 'rcrsation.One I suppose I am an impartial witness CPR A PINE ST5.- J. EARAT1ER i.).'.;nJoferdut'tan. t-
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Reading. PRIVATE :
BOARD.
thing naturally led to another as but there i le I certain1 ,. -
Church the following :.evening, and one thing am A few persoiiacan be accommodated with ; : -
good board .
BottJ1J-On-e
every satisfaction to a numerous they walked along, until the Philadelphian and that is, that come or no come, I intend Editor New of the most in a quiet family by applyingtotbe subscriber the Tickets sold to all points North by Rail_and via LaaraStrset.jastatM>v.&y s..on:

audience pre remarked that as he was Unable to remain here, supposing the placeis select entertainments of the season was corner of Cedar and Beaver sureets. ',. Steamships from: Savannah and Charleston. Also. "I", JAOCSONtlLLE. FIX.. .'.-'t& .

to remain here without doing somethingto full of sand and only fit for a salamander held last evening, at the Ocean Houseor u-2S tC WII. Simon. ., i; -- "s'S
Fine black dress aDd_
coats neck
&ncy wear at BockyV
as is now called, the Bnffimgton RETURN: EXCURSION TICKETS .,.,rfaft
help he had OH. MYI
Fair Play-New York and Fernandina pay expenses, brought a to H\"e'in. (Great laughter.)

Stamship Line. few cheap watches along. and invitedhis Mr. Robinson ,concluded by answeringa House. The large dining hall under Just received at BetteGoi's Restaurant aocases'ofer; FOR SALE.rnthevi .r.1)i' t. ,>

the auspices of Air. Lust of Yonkers ceUent Imporud'Fm brandy.'part; cf the vintage .' i. "r:
We hope to see no more tearing down new acquaintance to his room to see few questions as to the adaptability of 1797 and iZyt. This ts highly recommended tat invalids. for sale to the*NORTH.'- and WEST..' --a tCGRAND "The Lease and improvement! oa ewe CUy,L*(*iaII

of the handbills of the New York and the stock. Arrived at the room, on Pine the State for grass pnrpeses, when, on New York, assisted by the fairy, fingersof _ ja-aj tf ,about ,. : ::1

Fernandina Steamship Line. Apartfrom street, we believe, as soon as they entered motion of Gov.lifted, the meeting was adjourned the ladies of the house, converted the ONLY CALL.-- EXCURSION. ONE-HAU'MJU- -FROM- JACKSONYILL ".O. ;1'ut- .

Its injustice and 'illegality, a more the door was closed and locked, to 10 A. if. to-day, at the Florida ball in a very 'short time into a as others.have, done,and be convinced that Cheaper S .. 4' ._ high The: COtIIaiat place b a'fenced ia with*a board. fence six fest..' .. I S

literal bower of beauty. Windows and Bargains erf be obtained and with eater sausEiction. TO .
outrageous piece ot rufSianism was the mask thrown off, and the young man Land Agency, Bay street. Polite and attentive salesmen to wait gi HOUSE, STABLE GOOD WELL ; l > : :
poD one
doors every
beautifully with .
were draped ,
never perpetrated in Jacksonville. from Elizabeth invited to play some S great and smaD,at THI.CHEAT Socntnut BAZAAK.STUFENPOUS iP.ALA-T1AQ; / 'A"'aJJodt.L -

game they had.i, He said be had qo ferns, mosses and -evergree *,,flowers "U-I.tf 5- : .: ''; ':' '
.r -,1\ FRurrTREEs'Ai-tD GRAJPEVIKfiS
_. Irish Catholic Benevolent Society. : t
"
money to spare for such purposes.They here and there; and over all radiated SACRIFICES' THURSDAY; MARCH s. 1115t S

The United States Steamer Endeavor.The (there were now three of the ADDRESS'F, FATHER MCMAXC8. tbe sweet perfume of orange blossoms Daily, hourly and momentarily disposed of at theJI'14ii -: "tjY :"A: 'V: "' From one to six years old. wsoMverTbap:5': ;;d

Ga EAT SOCTHEEH BAZAAJU ALSO A GOOD BUGGY : .
United State Coast Survey etcam- footpads) told hirn they wuld.play for The Rev. Father McManus, of the and yellow jasmine- Verily I f a fit receptacle ,n
BUY YOURSELF'A HOME. STEAMER .In running order. For fonher particalan enqwr*.(_ s. -
for tbe flow of and LIZZ E BAKER.f 'fUo
Endearor Hitchcock United his watch. This he declined and Diocese of Newark N. J. addressed reason ,of '
er Capt. as A VILLA-STTE on St.John's river ia ofercd for sale H. STEETSKAMP .
States Navy. at present engaged upon they seemed inclined to force matters, the Irish Catholic Benevolent Society at song that was to follow. The audience One of the most'desirable places in the vicinity of J a' t -_ as ,.
.iH
the topographical survey of the coast be drew his revolver and ordered themto the 8 a. m. Mass in the Catholic Churchon in itself was one ,of the ,most cultured sonviUe, containing 98 actilt'about ft acres ready torplanting. iH3' Or atftoffic TAIlOR.. .of th NEW SOUTH. :
GRAND
VOCAL..AND INSTRUMENTAL ai"
.J .
For particulars,apply at the
and refined. 'The ladie5'most counting-room
between the St Johns bar and Matanzas open: the door. Finding their game Wednesday last, on the Life and of them of THE Naw SOVTH. -5tf '** 'fl '

Inlet arrived at 6 p. m., on Thursday blocked the rascals opened the door and Labors of St. Patrick,Apostle of Ireland. appearing in full dress, uniting with the < CONCERT Fine-Business_Suits at_BUCKY -

er Din) ? short of coal. She leaves permitted their intended victim to de Beginning with the early life and associations floral arrangements of the room, presented S THE PARENTS I' .. .: : EVERYBODY; -;:

of St. Patrick the Reverend to the eye a scene of unusual Of all wen repined iam3iefpurchase their'groceries VRich ( AT Ti iMPORTANT .
ffharf '
Drew's : at 4 m.. to-day for Ma.tinza ,
:
p. I '-l .
... .,
p.-- ,
part.Now and' ,BaVstreeL "ICKM tf .i "-
St. her if this sort of is to gentleman .said, "it was generally brilliancy beauty. The entertainment i k'4
c, via Angustine to resume thing prevail I If yoo wkh a lemdae artkle h the way' icfs'f -

ea. here, it is time our citizens should knowit supposed he was a native Northern opened with a fine instrumental .-Pleasant furnished.TO rooms'can''.' rented the I PA.LATjK.Ai? .;. Stc. .41i
near Wises.Liquors; .go to '
and if they do not want the discredit Gaul, aud having been taken prisonerby piece by Miss C. Aldrich of, Buffalo, St.James Hotel .Address Lock Loaf. ,P.O. to-tt,' i f :Under dircctioa of- "'.i'1 b. .
jqTOCL.1
Smith Musical Excursion:. of those bands of Scandinavians which was received with great applause.Mrs. S t
of it to attach to us, they should take one piratical :. I tM1lS.. S:: I. BRIDGE .. .
IL G. of ., "." : ,_" ';
Mayo Boston thenreadyrbittier's S .
tJj
then the 11
and ;
;
ThU promises to 1* one of the juostenjoyable steps to put a stop to it. .terror, scourge Asskted by Eminent Anstsfrom NeW York.- .>,' : l.: / :

affairs thxt has enlivened tbe -_- of the countries-lying adjacent'' t .tbeKorth'Sca "Maud ?luller. .The. Car- PHOTOGRAPHS. If you wisft to.take recreation in a (eej w\-
; ,n n ,1 .
tin, and 'Betsey and I are oct, by : '
KUOP. The wcll-knorrn tuusUsal 1 abjlfcj Governor.Reed's. Lecture.On he was transported to Ire- The Finest Pictures ever taken ia the South are now --. Baliiardgotoj.B.TOGNFSSaIo.s.B.ytiust.. : :j, .

of most of those nameJ in tbe'pro- land about tbe middle, of the fourth I Carlton, this was }matchless. and ,produced being made at *' '-- (.' '-.' : :;r" ';' : UThe above steamer wilt leave Clark's wharf Thnrs- -, .. ,. : :. .
Thursday evening, ex- o\"crnor the ""effect! followed .
gramme is a ot l.ba cxctl- century, and. there sId as a'> slave. I happiest ben ( WOOD'S Gu day at xo a m.,and arrive in Palatka about 5 p. (. I ,
guarantee Harrison Heed delivered atthorMctrovpolitan I Returning win leave Paiatka Friday at xo a.a.,and
very sweet "The 'is
fence of the entertainment at Pabtka. 1 Tbe good work so auspiciously begun a song Day I P I anivt. in Jacksonville, at 5 p.m. ,Imported Bass* .draught. c..JUw it stj.1 -) ;,,0
I Hall, a lecture on the lnduce"-- Doeeby?! MisS Abbott of ''Boston her "j '
The following of the lid not die with the Saint., It.lived,on- rU41 1. S TOGNTS at the Metropolitan BUCard s.Ji ". 'H: "
are portion ?
pieces j jrhich menu Florida offers to Immigrants. growing with the growth and strength' rich voice combined with her:admirable A BRASS AND STRING BAND .. ..,'_..,.... -
will be 1
at the 3-53-3m
given concert: Tracing back the early history of the method, held the audience spell-bound. BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS, _-I ,'tt!j t I S
1st. Bass Solo by Mr. Trowbridge. cuing with! the.strength ,theregener- .- ) :"Will bud a coiupTcte'assortment of lumber, dressed Has been engaged to furnish music on the way. Every Boots and Shoes,neat and durable,at BUCKYS.. S '
State Gor. Reed began his lecture with ated isle. With the'dawn of and Mrs. Mayo then read Irs. Maloneyon f provision has beat and will be made for the. '. ". p>,
I 2J. Trio fur Plano, Violin and Cello peace sn45rcssed.mouldings'shingles,etc.,at the Depot ',.s -
,
IIJ Mr. S. L Mr. a few introductory remarks about the Christian fraternity learning flourished the Chinese Question her impersonal Lrrnber Yard..Orders' to} ddiYaed at landing on l FINEST EXCURSION EVER GIVEN ON THE QARRL\GE SHOP. -
Bridge, Herbert and ,
Mr. discovery, which according to the most the arts and Sciences* were' cultivated t OD'of'tbe' Irish offender was perfect,j thV River receive especial- attention, ",'-, f. ;. ST.; JOHNS RIVER '! is isGEORGE'I.tEA

Selingtr. kddJt3s _, LOCTJ I .
Si Due ifrs. and reliable authority, was made in 1497, and'to such an extent,that so early as the not alone for its .1i lect".but for the.actual J.'.BII' .-' '"" .I ''Tickets- fbr round trip. including adfnistioa to Concert .
Mr.
Gregory Her ,
and from that time it the character that the whole I BUY BOOrS.WITJT ; ,J.50. For sale at3aoat CARRIAGE .4 B
until 1821, was I eighth century the Island was known to during A.I K. PEicrrAt'.stamp upon them "They are superior : SMITH'S_ MUSIC STORE. MAKER,

bert.4th.. Dacu for Violin and Cello Mr. hul ject controversy between Spaniard. the Western nations as Insula Sanctorum scene The imitated and kept us all in to aQ others -lo-jitf COL WASHINGTON ADAMS STREETS, .: T

: Frenchmen and Englishmen Ceded by Island of Saints and Doe.furs. expression of exuberant delight. Mr. I GROCERIES AND .
Herbert PROVISIONS.
ad Mr.jSelinger.Ah. et Joctorvm ( .. 5- JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.Wui ,
to the United States in 1821 and C. J. then )1OTELARRWAL.METROPOLITAN .t
Spain and Trowbridge- Portland,
Soprano Solo Mrs. .) Regaining his'liberty having '-
;
Gregory. build ia nz-c1atyie. Carriages, Buggiesaa4 ': .t
&.. Violin, Mr. Herbert.7th. admitted to the Union in 1845, the long reached once more his native 'France, sang'Tbe Battle Prayer" and:"'Free .asa HOTEL-jlB.To n. Psont. TOHN, ,- CLARK :, Light Wagons..Repairing 'f"t S

Piano continued Indian troubles so retarded with the Bird,"in his rich, full bass voice, which CoB McCIenny Mrs Mcdenny Savannah: D B neatly done. .Come and'see aryTO _IL .
Mrs. .bid he W New y
Bridge. go impressed became M nes. Mrs MOMS. N Y; H Brownell. Haven .1 "
8th. the tide immigration that indeed, until was heartily enj .yed. Mrs. Mayo then BU.lier.MrUsber, N Y; G S Wells,C F Vail.Minneapolis -. '. FORWARDING. -__ _:- .. ;
Cello, Mr. .el Inger. ;:' : degradation of the pagan Irish, as con- :,F Corpai. Macon;* J,N Hhoadcs.W H Marrow ; ifAMD : 7 : t

.. within these few-years, Florida was almost trasted with the Christianity of his own read the poem'"Mother. and Poet,"from N Y; G Hunter. London Eag;M McKaBy.N Yj CONTRACTORS ,AND. BUILDri. -

'- an undiscovered country. Now Mrs. Browning. Mrs.'11. with her fine H C S Jervis Brooklyn: W S Coleman Fernandina' : ERS. ,
country, that becoming priest, he ,Implored LDAkzanhrctJ H &DU.I:, COMMISSION MERCHANT Having completed'an extensive new tam hi'cnurneC. '
Muslcal.Mrs. .* theu. we are no longer in darkness; the the pontiff the time to'permit presence, powerful and: well managed MONCRIEF HOUSE LUllS&' ..P OM.' / ion wiclTmy former GDe'.I am prepared 'lit fcirmsa alt :. 4 '

S. I. a'grand .curtain has been lifted, opening to the voice delicacy of touch and :intense' expression tt Max Young.Mrr Masoa Young JN Y{ SUms asn DfAUUt lit ''' kinds amkhing material,soch as Brackets Balusters, .. ,
Bridge will give him to make Ireland the field of his I Bevan, Baltimore; J Hopkiw,Pbila; C L FleCiing, : Flaw CoIum_. Mouldings.Scroa Saw Work.Lath
eoQcert at Metropolitan Hall the world a magnificent territory of.ao area recited i it most beautifully) Mrs Fleming N Y: I M Reese Mrs Reese.Baltimore RocEJi P tot1SlONS: GRAIN Flooring Planed Tongued and Grooved and Beaded if '
on missionary labors.. 'The request having G C Winchester. Mrs Whitney. Mass:W F Board- desired. Weather Boards.Beveled or Square Edged

entfag of Monday, March 29tb. This of fifty-nine thousand square miles diversified been granted. the former slave appears Misa Abbott and Mid ITutlnaU, of this man, Mrs &ard saa Hartford.- HAY. SEGARS.. ':: either Dressed Dressed or Reogkvae or Rough desired.in any quantity.Plank of Door all sues and, :. .' ,. '

bare announcement would doubtless fill with river and bike, stream 'native this time city, then sang ,A duett, :both -vqices WAVERLY I1OUL.-J.j.cIl'D..hoP; Sole-;Agents(or Florida for '"' I Window Casings.'Pickets of every and any patten. .'.1
UK again to the_ Irish- .:R'M Smith Fernandina; CJ Townsccd,Town > In a word everything i in. the lumber,1 line the builder, ..,. t
ball, tot the coming entertainment and forest, and with a population less though in A.new capacity' to plant the' blending so harmoniously as to elicit..a ..end C H Rupell. N Y; B BUnchard,S MitcheB.BOM l.A. ftriIl',Chcmkal Paint and' wants. .My Machines are a!).new and of the latent -
.HI! far exceed than two hundred thousand souls. ; Mrs.M. A. ton; EPFairehildC Warner.Conn; G S Riser. E D ..,' patterns and are nard by skilled -_ CaB and '.0
perfect encore.
any before offered to a faith of holy mother church,never to pale.! Bridge,very Waao..lIn Wa oa. N Y; DrCastle.Mrs Castle Ct White's Patent h- Money Drawer satisfy yourselves as to price before purchasing else .
Jackumrille audience. The Situated south of latitute 31, 'and sweetly played the accompaniment.But T J Shafer.B Barlow.-, Boston: F G Moses. N H; C1If. t4" .'r., r where. I-guaranteesarUfacties) ia workmanship-* h"Q
piano, or- Then did discord No more' did '-' 'SSTIAMIII '
cease. .. Mrs ,Toledo G S Nichols N Y. T .Ag.nt5'r well as quality of material. t" -.

fin violin cello and viola will each be almost surrounded by water; fanned by clan meet elao, and chief encounter crowning gem. .of.the' eveningwas Weaver Mr Weaver Mrs Pa Read; HVdksiaiiMrdoi1tw.aaPbijntlSRtad N Y: D W IrYinJ.Mn. LIZZIE BAKER. s-ejrf _, : ____AUX WALLACZT..._, ? .T 'vP -, :

Baffled by a master in the execntlon of tbe invigorating breezes of gulf and chief in strife obi all this Mrs. Bridge's "(*one with a Handsome Irvin C D Irvla. Mrs{ J A Brooks Chicapo: J H Phuney ", '> : .
deadly no. )Mankey Massv J j,' >> .5i: ,' ,VOLUSIA. HE JACKSONVILLE E }
from solos to ocean; with an inland navigation ex Man" by Will Carlton, In her A L MankeI. Cll. ''j : f T
quartc-ttes. Among other was change,, lor the minister of the Savamwh E E Rimyoo.Mrs Runyon,N J; J John. rain, ,
*P eees _jU almost the entire otbe limnirig of the Yankee farmer 'who New York- '
be performed a partftlahefirstjnphon tending ,length | God of : became .the'mediator in : IjVERi .
s la'with: creek peace and finds his wife Van Brunt& Bro's. LIne Sailing Packets, SALE AND .
> of Bcthoven MfB :ridge penIa an J.inlet teamingwithfish troubles which were hitherto settled by comes home gone .JACKSONVILLE RETAIL MARKET. .' I :
-
"il U be atista by Messrs. :llerbett'and. ; ; .her forests producing the force. the whole audience 'one, expressed Corrected.WceklyVj. B.1loaIG .Bay Street. FROM N- ;.W.YORK.. .' I :;J. -

finger,of S w York. and MivAVaroer. finest timber, such as pine, live oak. brute general surprise at her art,which can so __ ., 'powtsCAIWI .' ,: ';'t '.1' f IwaVto Bay StrectJacksonrfla.Florlda.." S r LE S ,,Jt.d

Jcrvj and the rich soprano of cedar and cypressher,; wild lands capable The condition, 'of the, country con imbue, with life and vigor, verses that ChJckcas.pcrpalr.Vmiao per Ib ...____ ,50 Ist4 t so 70 "Ml. .J' < .i' ;. .- ,t.:; kq.Sp :"

lIrs.; ':)". of will lend of producing. the rarest and most tinued pretty much this way during, the In other hands.would .have' created no chickeon. ball puwII.per pair_...._.. .it 6.0TUJ'kcv. Blankets and Coverlets of every sue and quaUJyat* C'B.'McCLENNY.'Paomiroa.'" "l"-t-1 'II'O
t'w'york. .cach (f'cw la the mar )__la oo.a s .so ... hU Y S. '
\ ": charms to complete the whole. luscious of tropical fruits, simultaneously Middle' Ages; and indeed'. until holy marked impression. While we sincerely Turkeys.small t .- a.. .. ..... 1 50. I I 7' t _, .Hi",

rickets and willi'the' 'growth of other products King Henry' the VIII began to introduce thank All who forrn8theentrrtainruent i Wild turkeys. per_ ._ ;" ., ,_" &'Wl .. ." ,: : ". ,'J S
reserved teats may be bad ranridJcs.each 10 a I. WILLSOH. Notice .ai-to .1..roWC that I have purchaaer' ..'.__JI. ,
It t.1. Mather"& Co'.. usually called' staples in other parts of his particular' .morality, in the wo are selfish enough to wish that Mrs. z1sn. 4. "- toThos. A.Willson.r the weu-kaowa HARTRiDGE STABLES. epposn*- .
of MerfaScrphcaJ. :)10 C.'sa. : the METROPOLITAN HOTEL and have oat auai: ,.n.- '
newform -
-_} .J tbe South;with a climate !less oppressivethan shape of a Christianity. Mayo and the young ladies may be induced .tcr string--1-- so it 53 r. "' 1.\1.. tJ.\ ," .j' '. .

5 i of God's earthin which wis td,supersede fuat: planted' by to a repetition of, the &.eaQ '5@ so A VXRVLARGE STOCK OF HORSES .A>. '
other green give
Our Lumbermen .I liny part .ni Sbd.eack.- U '5IIUYS. GRAIN. FLOUR, AND FEED, MULES FOE SALE. "'lt<\ ,
.
; whose celebrate .
the Saint feast to-
we '
Mjr 'S
"
the same latitude; with millions of same. .. Jtanuiactnrer of '1'
&LEJ.&XDER _. Those to purchase win aad b to tnr>advantage 4
WALLACE. The history'of the contest 'root _- deslriae '
of Government.and State land day. &.. perDa a '3 ,. '
acres and ,.< '
to exaauae this aausvaUy large anracsr** .
Oo the site Of the old At-US}] mill which can be had fr.om.a' dollar an acre out the faith that Patrick preached and 'the requestor ANNOUNCEMENT.By ddiens'an J tax-payers. I'announce BecfJulsonmarket.per1b-( ,}L" it it 33Mtitzon.icarcepcr' I' CORN.MEAL. HOMINY*CRACKED stock,adapted to aH.uses. I am aho receiviag ,.. mtt', '
btrDt
the some time before the Bbcllion. upwards...-these capable of producing as the final result'Is too well knows to require .,sell ft a many outdidate for re-deoion to the oC6ce Ham.)per 1b.Ib---.A',..'..-... --.j. a it I'asShcldcn. CORN, .RYE. EAL". GRAHAM A COMPLETE OUTFIT OF -r- t d. .
.
present mill, of which Mr.. Aleran- stand rice" cotton and of a repetition.here. The'failure'was of Gty TaJt Culkctor. .per Ib _. :_ ... ., 41 a. ' _' ". | .
*f Wallace they sugar PJw'WaLTLAT'TRWENE. b2iuc Bacon p Ib ., ,--T--_ : ; jJ IJIP'LOVa. :. : ,FLOUR,CRACKEL WHEAT.&c. ANn. :> ; -
:: 'PH
TONS
i Ia it tba sole ower. wa Lilt quality which would not uffer by con- complete ignominious. Unrelenting .' .j' ,',. :. -- ". BUGGIES, .. 5J

l8G6. Since that time uwral) i. trast with those raised on tbe bottomlands persecution was foiled and England re- : .? ,'b.per bbI -._ '. -9 II SCROLL SAWING k.WOOD TURNING. OTHER CARRIAGES.Htt /: t POI

JIrot'elJtu Laving been introJticeJ tired from the. on1est only when Its H. Fe\tr% abadl. Proprietor,will be found the choicest Extra iced.per bbL"9'. _' @ soSiine. TO ORDEJL S I .rJi: f
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of Louisiana. These,all these are .pcrbbl .'. .' 7. J8': : the latest styles. .
eutiD liquor.; ,So Wdty. Imported Bart Ale:Choice MSwankee Cora JoIn.p uack -3300 '
g ctpatily at preMjnt I.wnwdered some of the advantage which this land continuance jeoparded'1er existence. Cooled ''Later Eier,Ale.Belfast Ginger Ale, {omlAy.peIk. _. ._- 33 4 Wood ,Sawed, Split and Delivered t : .1. 'SERVICE' j''" 11 r -
,
tquaI "ith that ..OD Wonderful providence of. God 'heaping .. \ FOR LTVERV ,.' d4' 4;
of
other vines "tIlT. .
mil ,, the offers to the honest manhood of these and of_all kinds.. .Scuppemons Wine prime '. !

nrer.'t United 'tatei. earthly persecutions on his, favored rtiefe for InraCds.a specialty. Liquors tat countrytrade AncTbU -'_Ao'_ "._:_. .IO. @'it :. s(' _,...l>yCord pr,Load, , f / ,- which w31; be mrnUhed T" -II4.C.'' 1i w..: _
: .S
It 'means al fcmily me constantly OB hand 'ii-yl 1.cJIIoM.sIIT'rTi' : ._" 'f .. '
&I1t COnjunCtion with the saw-mill, the In refutation of the,prevalent J idea.now, children as.. of propagating Bauua. C"1'1t_' -''so s.8 !"f\. .Boas', Block.Bay Street opposite. our. 'MSI-., 'and WbarACZ.SOJJflLLE.'L4. AT 'IE, SHORTEST. _,NOTICE, j

or an (f taLliaJ D t? miking i alt 1| ocxninorf I in the North 4hat grass's .the' faith Patrick all over tbe'.wprldLT: ATLANTIC COAST- UNB-.PASSENCIRPARTMENT. :D& Ga.UII '' \ : "' : -.t I" r. -
so .
1iA .,. ,. .__ .aadOB the. '1 _
ot } S d ;.t v \
taierLi The in conclusion bushel --_ _./ o
L':
finishing 'specf-Jty Reverand gentleman Com per : 0 l.s', '
hanng Indispensable tothe proper"nouHshmentof exhorted the members the Irish Wnjnw "wc..Urt,, zSTh't.fln. .' Oats per bushel ._,-' 0.8..1:-" .r. _,.' q WIL40*..' .ISW., : .a.,rl'wnrraocxS. MOST, REASONABLE TERMS. "-'.: t
Jong of
OOtD felt Mr. Wallace I cattle will not prn where, Gov. Reed : .ot the North-bound Travelers b invited .racnsois_, -. ;. ... ,-": :J .

lOuaiderable expanse, has just ydomiilrt. related lhetoryoTn!,'own experience Catbolic'BenevoIent: ? Society to abstain to the fact:that commenciojt'"March the ed, 1875,entirdy 'Salt,per sack" -'.-.- -. 1,73 8..s Carpcdiags. ,' and Ladies' CoBrpamoaa, ,"at;Bt1cxY'S.' t" ;! ,
Ia tit. Parlor and Can.built Buacr.pap.'L ._, -. .35 a Mr. G.JI. BRITTA1N b rni.uth1aed &e : -
from 'and'not. degrade new Drawinc-nxm s. .
mill intoxicating ;
for the purpose Of milk. where be had successfully grown tbe liquors CbceN. per Ib,_ .- @ 5S r. aDd Manager and wilt always be'fowrf at the StaUe ;, :!
"C all their jrctfly t*the service and lumbhcd with due regard to Ib- ; II@ so -* t attend all husiaeta tae ,
kiods of themselves, country and Lard per PLUMBING ready to to appertaiaiac te -
the finiihing matet i isis for grasses Wisconsin, and had seen sheep omfcrt: pad elegane*.wffl TU* oaafafly!! tratmt. Egg,(scarce) .1.-_, ++.\:P 4 40 ) : tabliPtI.: AtctLtXNV.Scactt !'"

The 1Iae of eontradors and buildera. and cattle thrive-upon grasses and other their religion t>y l Indulging in) 4 vice tween Wilmington. N. c., and c Portsaootn.' Va.. in Putntnes- p .l iperb. s'-_.-I-... -_ 4 W* II.ooSweet. $o.Peaches. 1. /: / /AND'I'; : !-M i -'t.' im, it-euf,-._-: I ,

machInery btSng of the latest and cereals,all grown inFlorida. and closed which was unfortunately only l too com direct cosnatunicatMO with;the magnificrm steamcn ofiheBayLtnej Ono.serb..h.---. _: @ II,SO.. ,COPPERSMITHING.L PerDeyubc..Tbes. !"

Joost bJ. .. < I ; m1nm: '- L, t*.. r ,:*f $5 $20A ad4iess .,. ,
,-_. UDder approved pattern.. aDd the work an interesting::1f'cture b/'staUng.lhat a mon among,many. of .countrymen.The ., j eata or compartment!casTbe ecnrea by defrap& peVhi. D.TT ------; .-O .33 ," ':TaaipreparedtoexecuMwork. of. ;; M=,. iz :

the ,
IUpct\15100 of an experienci-d poOr man can become Independent in a ----S.1. to sI- uadccd.Ce by' a 'i"wtqIOa lu duct.n | BlackberrS.Perlb.- IS .'-3 <.' tat .4i..l '
=: viost satisfactory .and respectfuBy LL
... __ so- FAPER5QUOTE.ROMIT. '
ecbanIe Curraait.perlb. 'it *
it Ia niit trains north WilnUajton.Columbia ft 3 I'Appla.pcrtb .
'
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hoped that the Introdaoacnities. shorter time among ,us, than was possible Sash4di'Erther: Iscised eser- mytm -., ; -- .
ff '
T7fcrrrrt'j '
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t
RaL' ; 1ttb..ajeotb.ptIc. :, ,
: of lOch / prindpally Into for him to accomplish In other partsof over the fact that Jacksonvillejias! .upca' Uioa and berths tlMjBa XJne.steajnen IVJIJU" .. # ,_ THE: DETROiT FREE PRESS. :': y. ,
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ded we.di.p.reod- t 'at -
; : i: __ -3734 M" Orders left at DOBBINS GUN SHiP or Mr. '
trade cxUc; the hone-bailJing the South or:West. i : \/? :., a female physician.and WSDtrOkflOW can be .sepmd by appUcaUoi 10 conductors. el day Woi4iswcd.percoid.s5os7s'" ;n 'J : .r-vl "vt ...i :%f"fi :".. ') -i < Tbe 5ve5e. or.pllpelS.laD si .. '. .j .

of th. sw: will meet with the Coy Reed then (introduced Mr. Solon what she would do were she called 'to c:Paa the WOminftos''It MtVdoi Railroad.orl Har.Nonben.perca._; 40 t* i.yj U."Mahoay"s Blacksmith shop will icceve'prompt: news'btcystn. ,,humuroua sketches,spicy Magrapha-,- .'-I, _
, abare b l tckgr.B to tie underlined.; CeJaI.JIC._--.n -_'0- a -., : I ; fUlia ;1ML' J tut. Samat* Grate* *... .bslMcrintio.. 1* a ytar. '*
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THEEWOtPHSiIWEEKLY.\ : : 'JACKSONVILLE, SATURDAY MARCH 20, '1875. ; I '

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: What we. .!arc'doing In Marion. .., them by Northern -!t S -S-S : "' .., ", s .' ; y' : ... -,. -
t : .newspaper correspondents L "h .._ ,. i I !MISCELLANEOUS" ," '_" ,
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The '"orange fever" still rages with ;; '*nd. 'as poor as they have S '. !VFiJORiDA! : 'SAVINGS: BAN1& '

unabated fury in our,midsu, i j: becq reduced by-the war-=*tillhave T7pRNITURE iyARERpOMS,,1 I\ ; .'j, .. .. G'RlEE'Nil.EA.F'; : ;" : ': .: ) i -:"', J" . '. : ? .-

Col. Gary has recently: set out several L LI as much spirit and energy as any people ;.. i D. ...,. I !7., 'ANDi,'.REAL" :ESTATE" '

I bundred lre s on 'hs( home place on earth.-Ocala Banner.MISCELLANEOUS -. '; : I' I"5 .':J'I ,5 .' ... .'" EXCHANGE. *

And is ..... .. .. . Q
continuing his, : : UncorporatedJuJy6thz,3S
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operations on : : I : ,

I, the Ocklawaha riv !. .' n. ; D AVi'S&: DR-EW. JEwEL11 : .
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Col. Rogers Ts extending his :' -'- + 5 ix LOTERIDCE-S Buabwci'OCEAIC srinr:
on the Silver Spring run and grove: IN1t*;:E .S .. I ,. I'' :' .:".. S.y : ;. ., > I '5' 5' JAckJoimtLz.T&A.1, IIsrnvsi.Interest j

'. : of his trees will many '" ,: : ,. bear Lt" per day
nexryear. FLUID :EXTRACT. : i annually,upon all depotk which shall have remained three months .. oo'IOQ)YIIIk P i
PARLOR I cannot understand bow can ell gowfa DO much cheaper't1*we can buy at .h prenton H. ,Ia the&utk.M
Capt. 1I0w .-is i r SS.CUAMDERSUlT S. ioo ouze n ; U>the principal of the Depositor, adcW
il $ .. ,
actirell..at"ork
heard
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: '.',. dally at GREENLEArS Jewelry Store.The. antwer Is thl: buy frectly.of the .
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Silver Spring .and changing the aspect : LOAM.-An moneys received on deposit shall be Invested la fiat ..lJ
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,;, .: of things at, that'place. He.bas B1U.CH; ui, .. 3 'MANUFACTURERSpnt. I this State dat least double the ,.orinotherain_ ecoUaterkltccvritJeC mortfigM jtmmit' pwptrty .hRIAL

cut down several! acres, of. forest ESTATI.-This corporation win act as trustees tor the pnc&aM and sab ofrtal
MOSQUITO BARS & FIXTURES ekatt .At '
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: The managemeat CltauhDd *
only known remedy for property generally. "l
growth and has it set out in S 1
*- ,::- and orange Thrtb *Wlr_ .and JeIIIat I small adance above coct. iIicie is I ia t a JewelrY.ton: North OSOIiIh .wES'H PAtNE.J '" 'SPLUNC' '
I trees bananas, and in the centre -, where are told at M low prices $>at Creealeafa, where Is now being[ opened an bnmenie ; r 'r s&at S ,: .: ..jotiim.t C.CU1LtT.: ;
; of which he..hascrected a comfortable' BRIGHT'S DISEASE; j* ftoekS SxrfswwSr kVpC !I. a im-dau. jewelry esubtoh ent.. Alt are III9 ted to call and compare Prcs1dtJ lc..Prcsidsas., T..n.;..
i.- : ; prices. Crceolcars unit&lIDC is 1 acknowledged to be the Mandard. 'Obfterrations taken daIly with EllMcs In- .
't I cottage house.! : In, a few years this arlorj.; DAVIS & DREW OambSuiti. Sulti proved 1'raask-tbe only lad in the State. Chronometers r.palindP.ndrais&. .

: ;: I will i be one of the most. I lovely and attractive And a positive roaedy for Parlor)) t -, Chambe. .

t, Suit*.! comer of Suit. The Best Workmen and SATISFAC- f
places in the of STATE -
State and at no GOUT, GRAVEL, STRICTURES, Parlor I '" S ''Chamber Employed, : COUNTY AND CITY SCRIP SOLD. AT :CUER. NT

point would large hotel pay better DIABETES,, DYSPEPSIA Suit BAY AND LAURA STREETS Sulu' 5- EAT'REAL '
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t ,. Parlor Cbamb TId' -
Other GUARANTEED.c : "
places"are,* being set out in !. NERVOUS DEBIUi Suit. JACMOKTILLB; Fi.*. Suit* .

p ,;f*, b orange trees near the bead of the TY,. DROPSY I :
: Spring. 'All 1C1orjewefryManufactUre'1L '
tf :: : ESTATES
4 '' "/ Mr. A. L. NON-RETENTION; OR iNCONTINENCE OF and '
; Eichelberger i with unparalleled URINE.IRRI1'A110NNFLAMA1'ION. Monograms Cut Engraved'on Stone.'GokJ and Silrer.:

'. ; energy, ,has his fnrty acres OR ULCERATION OF, THE EXAMINE OUR. 'LARGE .STOCIS S Endless..variety of TOYS,and HOLIDAY GIFTS.J.'H.NORTOIT ,

0 growing magnificently ,at his home BLADDER : S ''JJ1II'.lO .. Kim' 3ALX*T TKB .
place! in AND KIDNEYS t tw ,
: Ocala and is now pushing 1 .1\ .
; .j.Y': his ER.. FLORIDA SAVINGS-BANK! AND '
operations on the Withlacoochec _- S IJ.H.&OO AL-"ESTATE--EXC'IfANcz---
: ..SPERMATORRHOEA, ..... S Attorney al.Law Md Notary Public"NORTON : S S S :
river On-the margin .of this bold 101 '. .
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., *I and picturesque stream : S 101 .>i ., ? 101 lOt .. .: : & ;:KOofcER.-; 'J- The Allen**property,ale of the finest resJdeaess de State,with _acre W land..M\tt>".'.!..'..,j
1. are many natural Leucorrhoea or Whites-) Diseases of the j IrTostrau 101' 101' : : a He from the post-office.: EeautifuT rivet front, lIoat.bonse.l&rre: gnp vineyard! tovoraon. tm *.... c..5.. -r
groves, and Mr. Eichelberger andothers Gland Stone la ha BlAdder,Colculus Gravel or Brick. 101 'n:,. .* 101 snuuooM S ban. ae. Hoawk i 9rTOO'finiBftedthrooRhowtb the best >anaer. CWkbpiuaa*. WDJ WMfatatW 1104. "*
St. ataa.kaIr .
dust Deposit and Mucus or Milky Discharge 101* lo1 S. rosS,0.7 tza.',D di. aa ata1C
are having the, forest timber UACUOJITJI.L.I; '
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;, : cut a'JlY.and the ".sour stumps" ui ".*. 101 101 S REAL ESTATES : A JrXI of $aces ofh&r.oneatT..,tthcaat attire cky. sat 1M IroIlDlcStnas shell JOal. w.nfca4 !
converted
b bulldiaa market Price *
t 101 101 garden 't7.!!>per acre. "
& into S : :
swett trees. .
t KEARNEY'SEXTRACT 101 .
.5 .l\'l Several Jtowa and fo ,,wtfl heated fa ibe city OJIChaOavUIe..
Mr. 101 ALL KINDS. .
: Jn(.,. Jb. Dunn. our popular' .. 101 S '.
., I .. t Collector 101 ... 101 .' ( Lat adOHraoiV adapted'for colnre for sale'in .
of Revenue Is not behind 101 101 NItAL orange parcels,aivf on fcnm te'jort tfte fa tF. -
I' k BUCHU 101 101 INSURANCE'AGf.NTS: representing the following; com- settfe.-t of"Sprin uina" ia V oIusiaty..ad"Oiai thc.SL Joh.ybci.. Se eiallaV
.. : any of our go a head citrens, and is ." : .. -. <010101010< D ft D 0101010101lOlooooooooooooQoooooaoolOl S, *" already well! ctobluSed. S .Oraap '
pani s

'; : da making" 'pi paratio s'(or the "rainy Permanently. cure* alD.ca.es of the ,,' lOloo DAVIS&; .D rw, oolOllOlOloooooooooooooooooouoolOl JRANKLIN: OF- PHILADELPHIA "V' With S .combined S S usda'vtortrCONTINENTAL. Srt piVe *of bnrf Trnitlaml- ; 'Penfasotj! ,"(etwcm!.abCCorp..s Etna's ta5eeJ,, %ity=VnnJ. ,. .S

'... > whep he shall have ceased his S tot Onmgc doves aDd Rwidtnce* for sate on reasonable.terns.. '


4- ,, .. t, labors as himself a public'from the officer noisy and hub-bub withdrawn ULADDER CAL, KIDNEYS.SWELLINGS AND, .DROPSI.. 101 101 lOlaooooaaoooooooooaoaoolOl lOloooo lOIouo FUENTTVH WAXKMOUSB.: oooolOI: ooolOl MANHATrANOFNEW; OF NEW..YORK YORK, ,}( g7QOO.OOQNo. ( meat;jj*one-acre of.|J to BeitdfiiB$n, loo,w UIocMe f,one axle- from be city,at|50 10|:00 ac&.p.,. LIc fa-.tlInMa ,: :.

4; : PENN. OF,PHILADELPHIA. f
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'. of official life. He has purchased a Existing ID men,women and children 101 101ooooooooooooooooolOI) Also a variety offer** amf tracts of'lid welt bated aloof the Si.Johns rifwaaaj
101 1110101010 D& DOIOIOIOlot a other
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: I :: beautiful tract of land on Orange 101 101 101 101 MONEY 'ON REAl! ESTATE AND CONVEYANCING A *tate. 9-30 tf

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lake and Is having the same handsome. MATTER WHAT THE AGElProf. 101 101 101 101 SPECIALTY, :. !
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ly improved. In less than three 101 101 101 101 We give below a few of the choice THE SINGER: ..
: 101 101 101' 101 many places (or.sale by us : MANUFACTURING COMPANY'S CELEBRATED ......
months : Steel savs j "One bottle of Fluid ;
he has had Kearney's .
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thirty
acres of .J01 101 101
1: Extract; Buchun worth more than all other BuchUi -.101 No. '3. Twotory house on Ashley street, near St. No. 105.. Dunlawton Plantation: on Halifax river, >
heavy forest timber cut down and combined." 101 101 James Hotel, pleasantly situated,, in one of the best seven miles north of Mosquito inlet,at Port Orange:
4 : cleared away and 101 101 neighborhoods in the dty; house is new,with six rooms, .,.00 acres, its* acres rich hammock,lying one mile SILK TWIST. '
: t; already has the Price One Dollar per Bottle,or Six Bottle for Five 101 101 plenty of closets and,good servantS room; tot S"H x from river: 50. acres high,shell land. Immediately on S
,; A greater part of it transplanted with Dollars. 101 __101 105- feet, good tenor good sidewalk. and the street the river'bank.having front of about one fourth mile,
wIol
I 101 shelled: grapes in bearing; a fine 1 lot of young orange with large two-story frame house 18 rooms, neerly ,.
sweet budded orange trees, set out in DEPOT 104. DUANE ST.. NEW YORK.A trees; flower and shade trees growing thriftily; good finished: ; house commands view of the river and ocean I 'Thl; company lK? r h TiDrJ (all ''" 01l a. NCW2I'.1few: /"serte Largest SILK WORKS s ..
4 i ; regular rows twenty.five feet ,. well,with pump on back porch which is covered with and is surrounded with large bearing, orange trees, world propose to 1i.Jnsh; a superior aroele of S3k Twk .

i, .I and apart, Physician in attendance flowering vines.- Will be sold cheap..' some 75 to 100 in number: good well,and a cistern "
f .'? some of the trees set out less than and gallons.In yard; thoroughly ditched AT GREATLY REDUCED; PRICES.
,.? six weeks ago are now in bloom and THE FINEST AND BEST SELECT- is a fine opening In Springfield; : a few i ouana dollars and drained;; canal from sugar-house running to the ,
will go great wa"'Ju"now For particulars enquireof river for transportation of crop; immense quantities of F ube convenience of tSc public this cclahr.uecU'wiac" .. "
i .r will bear fruit this fall. This, is remarkable STAMP FOE rAMrHUTS, W. ED IN THE SOUTH.. Norton& Kookcf cornet Ocean and Bay streets. wild orange tn.es on the place; the soil is similai to the

4 ,: though nevertheless true, large No.rooms 74. A and HAOTJSOMX kitchen,RtsiomcB double bay pos window SAX.B.-Six the best limestone.ug;is'lands abundant.of Cuba This to place which i Is really it Is fully one equal of the:: PUT' UP ON SfPOLS 'OF DIFFERENT SIZES, "

and if section of f. on choicest places in Florida, and known such be
any the State can west,large doable parlors, double piazza on the south was as S
; : J fore the.wan; S The finest quality being thereof ffered on POI* pB tFROM'
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beat it we should like to see the TO TilE Parlor commanding one of the finest views in Jacksonville; J.
L of in proof, Suits. RICH ,PLAIN, Clamber windows filled with four lights of 4o-inch glass and nung N.'B. ,Do you want a snug winter home with :
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print. UPWARDS
JI Parlor and Suits.r with cords and weights on pulleys and reaching to the orange trees and flower, in Florid..? You can get a FIFTY YARDS
.. f%! ur. z.e. Butt NERVOUS AND DEBILITATED Suits. S" Boor with blinds: nil casings are finished with mould- a beautiful lot. 70x156 feet, in Springfield high and L
{; !tI# is having his grounds Paalot Suits.F ing and oiled and ,varnished making a beautiful finish: healthful,and within ten minutes walk ot the post-office, The above unequaled twist ia manufUctured esperfally for the uw 011 iJ1 kin d of sewinz machine and ageaA
in town improved and his trees have SUits.: SUBSTANTIAL ceilings high walls hardfiniibed..opeo stain, double on which to make it,for %25. For particulars enquire for different machine: through the country are using this twist in large quiT1""**.&M M '
1 .:: 74 OF BOTH SEXES.NO Parlor S Suits glass front door,mortice lock on every door in house; Norton & Kooker.
I already put on a fresher color Chamber *
and are china closet store-room plenty of clothes-presses bath- SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS
., i heavil'iadeii'with fruit. CHARGE FOR ADVICE AND CONSUL Suits. .. FURNITURE.. Suits room: hip roof,with "cupola frota which 'a charming No. 119. A tract of 88 acres; 60acres cleared hammock I'are
.ti :" : young In- TATION. view is to be had of the city the river and surrounding land; fine front on St.John's river; two miles west oflered to the trade,all those about to purchase.wW'do well to send R>,our prict JI.L.
termixed with his oranges, bananas country: three lots;makine i7xaoq feet: good well: of lacksonvi le.-This Is one of the most desirable river T
; and flowers young shade trees started; half a mile from post-office. front in the vicinity of.Jacksonville. Will be divided .
are some choice sped1 For sale at a bargain.No. tfdesired. S '
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mens of Japan plums;; now fully ripe, College DL J.,Philadelphia B. Dvorr,author graduate of several Jefferson valuable Medica works, We are prepared to offer our stock at .96. A large t.Wo-ltOry house wIth 'ten'urge No. 146. Six acres on Arlington river adjoining the THE "SINCE, R-i' .
l't .. which look can be consulted all rooms: thoroughlyLilt.and finished fint.ralutyl Florida Home. -
amazingly templing' at on diseases of the Sexual ar Urinary low containing the,old vineyard. For saleatabargan. :
.t. "rgans., (which he has mode an especial Mudy) remarkably prices. with twelve feet ceilings; one acre of ground, coveieJwith S .. "
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4. season of the AVe fruit trees and Bowers 'pleasantlylocated within ..
tither :
In male
\ year. are sorry or female no matter from what r I ;
; so little or of how long standing. A cause of originating five minutes walk of the railroad depot. Price'zooooS No. '47. 'MmuH-ouTAit Horn.-This hotel b <..'II S ,
l attention is paid to the yean enables him to treat diseases with practice 30 4,500 down,balance on long time If desired. centrally located bull of the best French brick,and is S S
i success. Cures t. ,
; ; propagation of this most delicious guaranteed Charges reasonable. Those at a distance -:0-: : No.90. 400 acre*in Orange county; one mile from a first-class house in every respect. For prices and :::1-1 .:

1 ;\;,: 1 fruit. .It is a' befeutiful l.tree,. is easily can.stamp tQcwan11ener to pay postage, describing symptoms and enclosing '1 MelonvUle. Price, f 5 per acn:.. terms apply to Norton & Kooker. \ .' ';'. :: ;; : ;,

:;I t cared for and propagated, is a heavy DAWS .& DREW Call on or write to us,and state your wants': '- S !. :,:., \
j'T i:: beare Send for the C.(W>II//.//*. Price lOCo ',,
;' and.icome's into market just at 'OFFICE COR. OCEAN AND BAY STS.,JACKSONVILLE, FLA. I J j.i ,' ., .

f...,., ,:,I, ?" a season when) all other fruits have: B. J. DYOTT; M. b., DEALERS IN ..-VIs1ton always welcome. Latest paper 0..-tile. (-19 6m -.i: : i ':.: j" ':, ., ,t\ '.

disappeared. ...
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't Besides this it S .
can '
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1 : '.,."' I ly be grown in a climate ,Physician and Sunceon. 104 Duane St. N. Y. All kinds of A. O. HUSSEY. ,-': t!, < 'Sm1 .
t like ours. FURNITURE CARPETS, JNO.' W. HOWELL.HUSSEY : : ,;:
I [We understand that Mr. E. T. Wil. MATTRESSES, WHITE PINE, WAL .- ,' : : .
c, CURED. ; "':, :-:;:;
)? hams intends establishing: QONSUMPTION NUT. and CEDAR LUMBER etc. S ,
a
.r 4 ; nursery & HOWELL j'!'
for ,
the .
propagation of
this '
fruit
j I and 7.>tit Etlitfr if Ms AVw S...:*: JACKSONVILLE. FL ,
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'L will sell them'at 'i1l-1
exceedingly l low Err .
: t EM u> FBKKDIWill WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DtALERS IN

'l' '; .I,1 prices merely to have them more generally -, you i"l_ Inform yourrea4crs that I Lave S COFFINS AND UNDERTAKERS 'J'
positive
introduced into the county.] BOOTS H; J
SHOE'S.
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f 1: CURE FOR
'. On one-of the Doctor's I CONSUMPTION :
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orang trees and au disorder of the Throat and Lungs and that.by; ETALLIC AGAIN ::
1 ;: can now be M TRIUMPU-AI.
seen ripe.fruit half its UM In I S
ripe ny practice have cured hundreds of cases, BURIAL CASES & -
,M': .j': fruit, young fruit, full and unblown and will give AND' LEATHER FINDINGS, .. :

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1.L. i blooms. His grounds are. quite an $ 1,000 00 WOOD MAJORITY. '
COFFINS 133,254
.1 f 4 ornament "to for a casOt will not benefit Indeed ,. A
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: our village and we are !faith. will send a SAMPLE. "KEE,to strong sufferer is my complete assortment of New York and Philadelphia fine S
i : any
: Jie has ,
glad '
caught the "prevailing addressing me. I'r' hand. '
I !f I -- "I: Gobdsalways on STATISTICS OF SWORN SALES FOR
''t Please show IhU letter to know :-- 1873 :
one .
wh&
epidemic" and is any you may ./ ;":.::.. 4.
I : S in enthusiastically engaged 1 Is suffering from these diseases, and oblige ..... \ Sole agents in Jacksonville for Samuel Dunbar & Co.'s .
the Faithfully Yours .
improvement of his \ 1 Companies'
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Sold in
t Sold U
1873. 3173.
.. Companies.
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.' .,I I'e.. ; DR. T. F. BURT. .-', g. -_, .3" :Misses' and Children's Fine Shoes.' THE SINGER__...___ a3a.... American, B. H- ..______ 14Ib

- i t-,7 60 69 WillUm St.,ffn Y rk. R' ." Goods sent mail all Wheeler & Wilson._._______. 119,180 B &Howe :__ 13.C19
11 Mr. James II. Badger. nf .Old -..,.- by or'express to' parts of the State. -- .
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Fine Cassiac __ .
'f ,1 Town Shirtsstylish and durable,at Buck,', -S 4.>'4 Remington Empre.----- 9,113

4 I I having realized' $;o from a Bay Street Laura S Grover; __.____ '86.179 Florence_.._____ jfa -

I f single tree the"''I;'a t season; is now FITS CURED FREE 1 1.Any OF ALL SIZESAND QUALITIES.LADIES' near .Jacksonville, Flo. Weed _.__....: .:._____ 21,76< bia______-.-...------'-. 1,16. .

,!p '. going into business ,in earnest. The AND GENTLEMEN'S ROBES. Wilson..______.-'--, 5- 11,347 Victor -_---.- '- 744k

{. '. few trees on his place look fresh : person suffering from the abovsdi.caaxare. EMBALMING DONE: WHEN REQUIRED. ILLIARD SALOON. .A M MOTH Howe-.___., ___, No returns Bites=--____ -...--_ 3.43k
as
; J;>'. vigorous and healthY' as 'any trees in, i queued icine wiD to be address forwarded Da.by PK Express ci.and a trial bottle of med I ALSO, : ,M G old MedaL..____._, ......... 16,431'S<
The south of Wilcox "Gibbs___ ._ > ,S3a jEma;J. E.BramcsdorL.3.tOUR. :
't'.j_ i .:i the State and never fail to yield I FREE I MARBLE AND MARBLEIZED ( Largest Washington.. ) JAPANESE SEED 'CORN. -

...':'i: heavy crops: He has one ''tree that 1 The only cost being the Express charges,which ow. SLATE MANTELS. BAY STREET.OPPOSITE POST-OFFICE. "Conquering poverty:blessing the earth JLMEW 'FAMILY MACHINE .
bears the. I largest .fruit Ing to my large business,are small. SLATE And bidding ccfiance to gaunt Famine and Death"
t : : we have ever lr. Price has made the HEARTHS &c., ri.s j.Q .. ;
4: .., seen. The crop from the entire tree treatment of MANUFACTURED TO ORDER ,.J variety 7* efetm tarlutl.teavitit' uitnJtit Aweriea"a*J most frtti/ie Embodies New and Essential: ) P.incfples-Siziplicity Construction: Ease of Operation;Uniformity .f Pncist
1..t 1' FITS OR EPILEPSY of' n'trfrirum tit Action at any Speed; Capacity Range and Variety of Work,Fine or Goane-
will This U the
weigh of tkirtte
testimony
: on :i
an average more than AND FOR SALE BY papers published LEAVING ALL RIVALS BEHIND 11:. ..'
: In
: a study for and he will Il < fJ:3: different States to whom we sent small sample pack.
: a pound apiece. years warrant a cure. by the cn "
i .. .. use of his remedy. S S "CALVIN OAK, '!SI E-- ] ages last year to test it. .' .
.i J' ,. ; A'I' the farmers in Do not fall to send to him for a trial bottle It costs Forsyth Street' between Laura and Hogans.t IaI' : Q. The limit,of Huntsville, Texas.says: 11We have TEST.THE SINGER BEFORE'
.II ( Old Town neighborhood nothing,and he ; -' Jacksonville.Fbid&. I W IL .:-e -"" >. .- ] 0 seen a specimen stalk of this corn"* which had twenry-sU PURCHASING ANY OThER.S
1. arc planting :I- farft ears fully matured on ;t.- .
more or Jess WILL CURE YOU. I Il '. ,.g'5.g. 1 fJ) ,"It surnames: all anticipations and Is just the TERMS EASY-PAYMENTS LIGHT. '

., trees. /J e.same may! be said of the no'matter of bow long standing your case be, or NEW, LOAN ::J. ...., article'needed w this country,"-.7(_/.Uhitoches.,. S ,'1".
1 may i\ = Miss. "It superior other S
"t fanners how other remedies 'I :: toany nriecy.1..1..
about. Cotton Plant. In fact Orculai many and may have failed. 1111'S I u. : :3 (J) Corning. N Y. "1&will be valuable. acquisition I la Jv
V fstimonial sent with Besides "WORLD'S "
i j' .. = the agricultural of the FAVORITE. we keep;constantly on hand'IaJIe supply if ,
products the
are being started .
groves in S country-C.utt.,. '
every section ; 6N..A: NEW PLAN. S. IzI4Itwi .. .. .. /I : ..
I. a ; c- < Sulphur Spring .Tau."bis be
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(,. FREE TRIAL corncan sown the
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of tjie county. BOTTLE. i .... .n Co:) latter part of July and ripen before frost.**-III ,, LARKS O.N,T.;SPOOL COTTON four spools for twentj-five cents. _;.

}:. Over the, Ocklawaha river the farmers Be particular to give your Express, as well as your ,Invest your money. at home lathe, I 'lIN I .Q it ::= Z"' Warsaw, Mo.' It is highly recommended by those who; SINGER'S STANDARD MACHINE TWIST,from twenty-five cents op-all sites and to....
tIit' PoM-oace direction,&lid' ; cl ;, en have tried IL"-OU.RI/. tittry. '"We have noticed I ACME MACHINE TWIST 100'yard spools,'a f r'a'ftDtI H 'oofsifa'SCSi1t1SiNGER'S ""
have entirely abandoned cotton 'Address, IJtI'IW 1 J i' this com highly spoken of by the prc ."-AoINrl lr' t 50 y*
-t"l 'k and to planting j DR. CHAS. T. PRICE, FIRST MORTGAGE: LAND GRANT ( '< i > Moulton Ala.. *'It will yield in our climate two crops: LINEN AND :FLAX THREADS: OILS.- NEEDLES. "C, ac C. :,t.r
: gone oranges instead. a-37 William I r:; 'Q ol a "-AdrtrtUtr. Texas. .
.j '')' ly. 67 Street New York.Beautlfu s J jcu. Baslrop.. "It can be .
I : Every farm in the Ft. McCoy settle- PREMIUM BONDS.Nowoerredforsa1ebyAi 'i ,Z Z s Q -; successfully grown in Canada. 'Montrtft Wrrld. -- 4
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'' :' ment is an :: SUV Scarfs.variety.of color,at BUCKYS.MORRIS .i < -I "It|J peculiarly)' adapted to the short seasons of the 4

::1' 'a. AH the .landsraround orange grove.% l.akeV. if A. DZIALYNSKI 9 I' '"i (J.3- ,.J ,;2 e'112 f-o'' ::. .] the Florida North.Il"thing .for-our:7.swamp Lttif iand.-Keokuk." -Z>,.Iowa..7tf"It,Is Oeala just, .The; .' Singer, ,Manufacturing Co.,. .*

.",' have reccntibeenuejitereU and. ItS: ] / GREAT SOUTHERN RAILWAY -- 3_ ,> 11 Q 1. 0.... ..0G ", ff W have the above testimony on file In our office .No. '172 'BROUGHTOX ST., SAVANNAH i : .'
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: "": ;; C". aad could. produce many more if space would permit. '
r t once quiet and deserted shores are Lfr 2 It will produce from 50 to JOG bushels of wlld cora: S C. 4.. VOSBURGH, N 1Hlltr. :,

:I [ J 1. now ablaze with the orange excite: AUCTIONEER -f Consolidated]' z"1 to posIes the,acre 1w.'on*'ft any J"'InItIq/tlun/"II.soil,from FloriJa to Oregon.' We I GrlORGE IP., FR4Z1A4'R, Agent, S '. .. S '

I 1 ment. S. 'ANDCOMMISSION S : Every bond when"redeemed will receive'premium s43m f. B.: :TOCNIProprietcr.: The important point* 'superiority claimed for this I I of.z3tf_ ," "." '. ",' "'.. #,' _'',JACKSONVILLE. ,.FLORIDA--,- .... % -.7 -.. ''.''"'' '" ." ..

I I' Col. Samuel H. Owens, and his t b place of Interest;'according' to the plan redemption.. j-t.S.. : com by the over voluntary other varieties/and statements of which farmen at*who fully raised suuiai from ned : -- - S %. S .

1. brother,:R eS'B..Opvens.In the ..'.. XIERCHANT' In mounts of from L IVF.RY..SAL 'ArfD FEED STABLESThe ; seed got of us last year are these| S S ESTABLISHED 1868A. .... ,
: This will
Hi. corn yield from twice to three times ,
northern as .
., 'part ofthe county are in- '13-AU kinds of merchandise received on consignment $i.oo, to 25.000 or $50.000 t I many bushels to the acre on the same soil and with the ., ..
I same culture. S S Sand. ',
vesting largesums'Jn the cultivation and sold at auction or private sale. ;
I Oa each bond. The corn It heavier weight baa a larger,
: of '
this
fruit.thousands. ; I longer ear and thinner husk and makes corn meal for ;.. .K. PERCIVALi: "
Every description of goods entrusted to m. for asicwU1bsdi.o 'Bond. redeemable family use sweeter and more nutritious and valuable : ,. .:.
by aUotmeaU Six allotments of .
of dollars have recently ( U S 1 for feeding stock. "f! '' """'"
been invested on bonds; SJjt distributions premiums In 1875. 3rd. The stalk grow more vigorous and healthy.aad I .. SUCCESSOR TO J. B. CROWELL .
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Orange lake and BEST! FIGURE:. POSSIBLE r S Applyzo'S sufficiently strong produce from 3 to)owefl.dcv4edears. !.,J'l!, : <'

r. that section already presents the .... EMIt.IIAASFinancial., : ..: ,
; :
= : .. ;
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1 ; finest Agents 4th.-The stalks bear more f foliage and Is better for "
orange outlook in the'South. to the owner, anti prompt/ mod accurate: returns madePALMETTO / 71 BJ'OJadwa..New York City feeding- S : .,
.1It
Judge Geo. W. Means the i HARVEY GRAVCER. Gen'! Agent. _5th.That It will grow and reduce a profitable .. : : -r.. : '
was first crop .
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to In' this basiness'and BLOCK. T. EDWARDS. Agent. best and most stylish livery teams in the city on ground where other corn will not grow to maturity.. f': ... >1 l-ljl..1'. : ; .
engage he has .S. Office, Mather ft: Little's Bookstore, jackaonvllle5 can be found at the Stable oC the undersigned near the 6th.'It ripens. earlier and Is not liable to be caught by I7IL4JI; -'.: ,' it irJ.;
frost.
now the largest' beating in _5. -sw3m Jacksonville. Fla.- trFORST Florida Home,corner of Cedar and Fortyth Streets., "
Florida. grove 7 Gentlemeft'i 1-9 S Horses toarded and well cared tor on reasonable, I. 7th. To be Cut green and used for feedIac.lt Is fifty '..: .. ...*} .')()!"I. .... \:
underwear at BUCK VS.' terms. per cent better than any other variety of corn. I };
.-.w: : \ .' AUGUSTINE.. Strong Uims'fbr S ''Our Com has all been selected with the ; I.
To hauling always hand. greatest care. '
on
mention purposes! '
all who? are engaged '- ARD.' S W.I1.AVERY.. J shelled the small, end hand.of.every,,ear -bI-okeaG6'. ., "the,balance. ; .; .. :: >.;;;': ,. .::
ID by .
_ Jacksomille .
orange growing; at the n mber of :DEI'9T'LUMBER THE SCHOONER ,, )MaO; 1874. .11 -,- ,-- I :
trees WE.WARRANT EVERY; GRAIN: TO GROW; ,.,! -..... ........-. i.. ..
already planted, would take S' .- : i : J' '
: .- .
up CONTRACTORS'AND'BUILDERS The Increased yield .
: per acre over the old varieties .
S
_________ an entire edition : 'I.
of THE, BANNER Magnolia W"cOx' will pay for the seed times over.-
_ but we are glad to know ': -' farmer that-punts! this year.will have a besldesJ..every. I DEALER IN ..
im.LnXPAFULL S.
own '
our for seed .
peo- at good prices. ,,
JIe are fully alive > WO.ssk.regular trips FRUIT:AND VEGETABLE: STORE 'This Com was produced !
by'some t
to this Important '.. procured by our SHOES "
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j ASSORTMENT OF between : I ITf -\ BOOSTS LEATHER!
f : business and S.- Jacksoavitt. ft: Consular Agent and said tq..have. la origin, in Japan.. ; ; ::
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are: going, quietly' to g St.. AugustineFreights p On BAY STREET near WASHINGTON. : .c .S.J'y .; ';'" ... .
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work to reap the benifits of ihe DRESSED AND UNDRESSED LUMBER, M low rate.. _TERMS.C u. .
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: 2 ral advaptages natu. MOULDINGS S AND ,SAWED ---- For freight or passage.. Families supplied'regular market rates". mall,post-paid. |i.oo per pound,put up U neat : '

_ lilfr wbich.sjrroundjhera. PINE SHINGLES, apply to WILLSON.WHITWCX.:' packages; is packages fortiorso package* for **>; .. I ANL .FINDINGS.-.C' V'
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But few'Northern capitalists '- 100 packages for 130.> Elegant C5o.uos.
have invested iaa4 inches:
t 4, In CHEAP FOR CASH AT Jacksonville, )1*.. AUo. -. -. .p''j! : !together with a stalk"JATAJTCU*Coxx having no. :' S 'S 1 .!,, 1 ,d ,!: ;
; oiI an4 J jibe l S S .
jour lets
,$ work: that S STALL than' S S .. ..
::X>rto JAMES COSS IN TilE UAREET, S 5:5: : :, 5; .
!: : '. ''t I'hh; !h .! '
js beinr.liI ; ; }: .t :
ntt1 carried in THE .
.Marion : DEPOT LUMBER YARD. g4d St.Auluatk;Ph.Tunkind ,' .' TWENTY FULL.GR0VIARS: OF CORN S ', ? .
S Pcrcivals .
: For the accommodadonVup-town: Stamp" Hand., Boots -.J'. '. ':.
c .
customer I ; ; .t.'Uoo
county, we rejoice to is : .
cay, allowing Lumber dcKverei ta ON.IT ,
all .f&the 'did Burt .
putt dry vtanlty, & .
: I '
to Southern! JIm:!!!''OTtd'Sovthcrn ewrgjt. sad at$1 landings on the river, at low rstc.. AUcr. valises at Bucky', *.. GAME some of them Measuring ten pad nreJw Inches In-length gears' 'nt'S :. .5"L: ; ? L9X.*_ tti' .IIoo.t: ': '.
: 4-'W dertvcoovc AND, DRES'SED will be sent free of PhfladephiarandBaltjin9re! .,......
i We haY -grown tired of the. serotyped! prompt aaeatio. LOUIS- ,J. BRUSH S' con are ordered atone charge time.when IS or more package ol ;{"'.-"J1; : n..-'iinvJte! Srte .,--.'1".0100,. '; .' ..

: phase thit 1'alllorda!! oteds'to de- ck5usiriih.Md.I. II,.. r" 'M.\SONU.(... ::: i CHICKENS. .. Some of our Agents to whom we have sent sample ViennaMedaIcablesewed, ''' ':"'f x: 1
,. velope her resources and make the .PQLOM6N LODGE NO 20. ..-.i}m "- -' "5 sulks DAY,,shwrlnc are to-day stalks nuking and over FIFTY DOLLARS A Percival' s stamp. Hand. Congress. .f''t. ..,- ,'" 8 SO; .
-. Jt S I -S .. ... taking orders for the core.Sooo .- BurlPhiladelphia& p S 't-5 ::'\ I flrs 4"'" '
: : 'AGENTSWANTEDl No. Mears ., 8'50 ,, ,',
first 'in FOR'SALB. Seed ,
State 'the' Urn'on ii Xorihirnrite. .;. .tf/; ? :. .1. / :4 cpIar!mectlpp! first.and ,third Wednesdays Ja| A WAKEFIELD;!;: M.' D:, C. O; D. TIMMS CuM: -' -sent out: I u' -' .J'V: "'1. .' ;..otj..?'. '": -".''.. ,00'' ;: ,

raftfraaisdenIe,7> ." The' citizens A Jujtf interest laces of the most flourishing and ..a oe5- .5 44."M' i '.' '* S Registered letters art at our risk. ,Oar terms areaS ; .I ',, ; -....,. ( '.
p It;. .., di.cd. i f,( ," .f ,. ,IlL /!?'"! .-....,pro.\ ', J' ,-EO..W.IONESW.JI. S H.iS REMOVED.fVWtb the same to Grangers, Odd Fellows and common I folks. Vienna Medal 1 cable TseweiT'1'' Cl ;.'';.' .'. '-: < 6'5o",V"
." )laripp"tc"detnontr.HP&; to. tbe ',:' ORANGE GROVES .CHA*.' JB. ILUOTT Secncar1. Address. S cash orders: to> ,. .4 ; r' r ;: : .". :J<" '' f' 'S ..> dJ :&*: .*...(a 8f .:' ,'.!_J-r.:, 5 "'-. "
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: jIrorld that thc-SoBther! u..people-not. .S.j ,, > SIs Brick:: Rouse*corner of Adamt and Laura street* lei t" ', I .: E. GUTAVUS&: ; CO. ', ;r : ; MAIL ; Ss '..vi ,; t: j J ':' .':
'S ..GOODSsENTrBYf
: opposite tlM OcwaStreet 'JWlUJw.'f/1.wliia S J. AND-EXPR
_ : j tbsundind> allthat is savd against East Florida. "For. paniculan apply' at tU office j4&DQU4ItTu1S 61f'n.uaIDA' VIEW church.: t'i'. ... Presbyterian ,1' ( .. .,." : ., ,. ,. ,
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-J- -y ., 43I I : WOOD a 'BIC&LI": $4 II' i-;j t..J : >">.t S "S I :" t' .. ,' -"'",,'" 'H'vlA'l'Qll.I".', I _;. .rOSa pati of the Sut4.J I y. "
-.5 iJ -* ..... 3cosv.L! *. ?is. *.J*4.. Waihingto a Canary, V AT THZ OLD STAND COR. BAY u cf'OCEAN STS-VJAOtsONVIUJ., FLA. "" J.1IJI


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