The new South
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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: May 5, 1875
Frequency: semiweekly
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 )
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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THE, NEW SOUTH. Inquiries About Piorida' : for: what 'yon raise, :so- that farming .wthc : Authors", ..Ao : others of; Jess| by Walden Pond what 'he" was :3-.lV.doing> Forot Cultui '-'

EVERV-WED ESDAY AND To W. H. Kilty Unity, ,Clarke can' profitable? VASEINcT0NAP1IZ.i0. 1875- note were Hawthorne, "a ,statue of and the small boy rolled up bis eyes A reckless waste of oar forests has

rcwsuw, .SA.TU1lDAY. Co., Wisconsin. Are there good farms,nearyonr: city Looking over, in the papers this night and silence! ,"like "the black ,and deliberately, "Searching for been characteristic trtrf pojmlatiori

TERXS Of-3L1NSCftPTZON5gguIi t Your inquiries. are answered i in the of Jacksonville for sale.at. fair rate morning the long accounts of ;the thread. ( mystery" he wove, into )his .the infinite!" 8. M. ,D., in InttrOcean. from the earliest settlement of :this

:!.aa a wkiribeTt,J;.;0 per anonm. and if so, please tell the probable Centennial at"Concord and Lexington romances ; RenryThor a a..a. scholsticandpastoralOrson country We have made haste to cut

rift III'-0 copta.club tjfo"f t-rath ncehred; mad .at.one extra s.is.WjutT. copy: order of proposition. value per acre, ctc.,. etc. I read and re-read Cunis.brilliant i I IitIL11ltd'i ; them away in the most indiscriminate

.m" be ieI .to.rrwy ka l *u erkef ft per1 aanu*. Tea Question First.-Is Florida. count. You will readily understand what speech., Down to the end of his charmed us with the secrets won from Latest. manner as if they were the chief bar

'1.15 oda. j Tww T cop &, 'iA; Fifty cop'L40..ek. ed a healthful place? desire to know; and'ot1., have no interest invocation to the" inute man," that Pan in Walden Woods jBfonson' Al ptain.General.Yatmascda of riers to the progress of civilization ;

... We have resided in the State'now to' encourage, settling in. your speech.Is absolutely perfect further cott was.perpetually putting apples Cff: Cuba'has: issued another proclamation, am| not content with what the wwod-.

ADVERTISING iTS: for' State.when it can only .end in ruin to along there Is a ,flap of'spread-eagle* gold in pictures of silter Cot such was offering free and fall to all man's ax could do! they were, in ,the
:,.11 oo per lad!.or D.first iosertioe: more than seven years, and have pardon
SunWan tuhMqUCIIt u.cnwo.50 cent: *.. those who settle there. ism,, and .an unnecessary allusion to the rich ore of his! thoughts coined by rebels no matter how eaflief days of Western settlement,
actively they
%WI &Ui'I"S per iIICh or es&.61'St imcni: each a personal knowledge of alarge portion I was in your city few days,some the public 'school 1 question which the deep melody of his voice;while the have been': engaged in the revolution burned by 'the thousands of acres,
.75 cab aau.Nkll tn.,:. of its territory and we look upon years ago, but 1 did not feel an interest savors' a litite cf: Harp Weekfy, Olympian host,.anxious that so ,much if they will surrender to the without the least regard to any possible .

Tns:10 CAP n per"DVANI.Add it'' ourselves and know it to be con 'in these particulars that:1 do now. but is'redeemed by a graceful 'manly goodmaterial should be, :spun into Royal forces. The terms'of.this pro? value'which they mig & eve'possess -

ADAMS.CAKRUTHfc COot sidered healthy' upon the whole as Do 'yon raise cattle but. I presume salute 'to' the-'President, and a fine something, beamed smilling en. clamation are. to become inoperativeafter or to any harm which their des-

: 'ack, DYitIc.Florida you do' not, on account of a want of peroration.- But,:as Byronuidthe:. couragement on all ponies.The ,the 30th of May. Deserters truction -aright occasion to''the

fs any State in the Union., Its climateis good grazing. best book ever written,ia only ball philosopher sat dignified and erect;/' from, the Spanish excluded material interests ofthe'toon'trrThe'

PROFESSIONAL CARDS ftc.J. singularly agreable and uniform,and As for myself, ((or I write for good.and ,the defects of this.,superb our author continues.: "There.was a from, this,arrangement army fo are the, Captain- history of this arboreal waste,'could

= the changes of temperature are light another,*) I should be right glad,to go of&tion.are only noticeable by the side constrained but veryamiable ,silence, General who alludes in bitter lan it be fully written would tow: an immense I

:N.: BETTES, and not severe. The knowledge' of its also, only I presume you. have more of its wonderful. ; beauty. Sublimein : which;had.the impertinence of a tacit guage .to Spanish soldiers who are in national loss occasioned, by

J.J than enough of medical men.. ;Rheu. thought, simple !expression, in {inquiry, seeming! to ask "Who, will close onion with the InsurgentS and mere wanton,recklessness. It .is con

.PHYSICIAN. AND, .SURGEOtr...-. .\... j 'citizens.. confirms. "the' ... sanitary conclusions matism takes 'all.'the :comfort out of ,every .exquisitely 6nisned sentence now.proceed i i saythe._ finest thing jaidingjtt,shedding the blood of their tended nay demonstrated, by scientific -

.. JcksosvWe.71a.- i of lhe ,U..S.. A., urgeont. that my life. Please answer on receipt of there' is a throb 'of-true feeling that that ever has been s id'Beicordsat : former companions and,brothers. This men that tbis prodigir.destruction- -

Orncl-Opposite Ocean Howe.'coraa or AdaouTndOct no part of the United States.is more this1,and write fully asyou: can afford must have' sent a glow through'fthe the first meeting 'a grave eating of movement on the part 'of 'the 'new has wrought ,changes in the climate

( itr ets. 6-- : uniformity healthy than Florida. time and opportunity and oblige 'I'chilled audience that heard it. I recall russet apples by the erect poilosophersand apta; -G n 1 proves two things: and rendered the soil less productive

& ARTHUR A. BIRXEY.ATTORNEYS Second.:-At' what time-of the Yours. Very Respectfully, 'a' solemn disappearance into First, that he is not strong enough to in some places, than it otherwise? :
year '
STM. B. REYNOLDS M. D. ''and: subsequently 'the club
w A LITTLE BIT OF' GEORGE WILLIAMS night, stamp out the patriots with the heel of would have been In the 'newer'regioos -
should from the North to
parties go CURTIS' struggled on valiantly, discoursing of the and especially
i ANSWER. HISTORY, his military boot;and secondly, that country
Florida' i Our State although as a.matter of heard from a friend once that givesso clestially, eating apples and disap- desertions from the Spanish to the along! the' path pursued by the1 westward -
4) STREET. NO.3 3 0 The best time for visitors from.the pearing in the dark till the third nightit march of our population ,he
history, settled three centuries ago, is pleasant an idea of the man that it ,Cuban' army are far more numerous
WASHINGTON CITY North is to start so as to arrive, here is worth telling. His association. vanished .altogether. Let us be than have .been reported by the au forests, next to the Indians, have been
in fact, a hew and comparatively undeveloped thankful there are.some.stupid peoplein regarded as the chief enemies of civilized
with at/Brook Farm. thorities. Valmaseda landed
between the 1St .November and the a literary set was ,at
I I }{RS. F. M. MURRAY, middle of January, and to remain till, State, with pecuiiarbut valuable Precisely what the ,Brook Farm com the world. Hayana with the intention of closing man. They !have been destroyed

PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. resources. She, would subjecther munity was no, one knows J" nor will SATIATED. WITH THE -COMMUNION OF the war by his brutal method' ina together, though as the trees outnumbered -

at. least, the middle of May, so as to immigrants upon the remote parts they ever kuow for the philosophers LOFTY SPIRITS,*,_ r short time, and thuS'gaining the special the red men, we still.have
Special attention girta; to the Curtis then turned to the 'of New I rather more of them left. IK Illinios,
experience person, summer as of her territory to of the privations are chary of their secrets, and the re-| city notice and 'favor 'of his' Royal
DISEASES OF TilE LUNGS. well as the winter climate of the many suit'of thisvcnture was not such as to York and, as'you would'say,of a* girl, master. His proclamation is an acknowledgment within the last forty years, streams

Xoo -MrrcRCL's Nrw BCTUHNG. State. and ,hardships, to which settlers court publicity. To its membeas i it "came out." Young handsome, that the task is not so which once permitted the passage of

Bay street JacksoBrCIe: ,Fla.Omcs in new"regions are, usually exposed promised a Utopian existence whereinthe :polished, rich, with the prestige of a easily performed He found the light steamers, are now for a considerable -
Hocus-9 to II A. M., t to 4 P. M. Rooms Third.-Would you advise a con that portion of the dry or
; but in her genial climate, her wholesome toils of Arcadia and literary reputation was' not too patriots under General Gomez and year

.Smdso. 3"133m sumptive person to go there? healthfulness, and in her special ca the divine inspiration of Parnassus overpowering to awe, New :York welcomed other leaders west of the fortified line nearly: so,; arid 'such has been \the

W.R.. ANNO We have not the least hesitation in her own peculiar should blend in! harmony ; or as' Fre-: him with a poem, fashion lifted of the Trocha, in the sugar districts of: bange in the Hudson river that' :the
pacityto grow cropsof him' to her daintiest shrine society : Legislature a'year ago made an 'ap
w'bo derika Bremer it, "that people the islard.V.ith troops from Spain
wATTORNEY.AT.LAW all conscious of puts -
advising a
are value small for the of ;
comparatively enabling
large on bound herselfjtohis chariot propriation purpose
instead of going to heaven now, by smilingly ; and designated volunteers from Havana -
Octii Reed Block, Bay Street consumptive tendency betake 1:. themselves .areas, she offers many strong induce the thorny path will wander thitheron Murry Hill and,Fifth ,avenue foughtover he constituted a column of advance I the Canal Commissioners to male"suners.

:/MuiF.ni*. to a mild and genial climate ments. She needs earnest, industrious roses," and more of the same sort. him, and "Flora McFlimsey. and started it in the:directionof I maps and plans for dammi.og

and we know of none within the and persistent workers in all departments -; To outsiders it seemed Madison square" ordered, a new Macagua. When the first battalion I the outlets of lakes and ,constructing '_
..A.rarmow. A. a. MEXK. wardrobe on the strength of his ac- reached the vicinity of that place it reservoirs on the head of waters c I(the-
United States, with the exception and will give to all such"a VERY ABSURD UNDERTAKINGof quaintance. In reward for all this Hudson. It has been found feasible :
attacked and
& MEEK, possibly, some portions of California, impractical people to.do impossible was ,by patriots St. Lawrence
divert from the
PATTXSON hearty welcome and a generous sup homage, he .wrote a book on New defeated. In other' localities the to a
with Florida in the things.. Its earthly site was Rox- volume of fiy (oJd fnan 1'1
that can compare York society'the flavor of whose pagesis Spanish forces 'were more snccessfol. water greater
port. ,
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW. and influences of its ---- bury (near Boston); it.s'.iim'was. .. ::- fresh to-day-the I' that which flows into the Hudson ;: J
soothing healing workand But the expedition is a recognized .
If friend is to
your willing somewhere in the clouds;. its result, from its The* whole"". ,i
Oftot.ReQua's building.Jacksomrine.FU. balmy climate upon tender throats and have dismemberment POTI1'HAR.FAPERSI! failure, and parties of the patriots are present source.
wait a reasonable time, we speedy disappointed subject'is important, and that not Only r

E. JOHNSON, M. D., lungs. For those who need a bracingair little hesitation, in his circumstances, expectations, and financial ruin. Why he,.was not tarred and featheredfor now within, fifty miles of Havana and'the, as it relates to those navigable 'r 'ten, .!
with the sword in hand
P. its members Dr-'Chan- it one'can tell! perhaps Owen one
the Eastern coast at St. Augustineor him to Among were no ; but to the agriculturalist.) Underthe"lawsof \
in recommending to come torch in the other. Ten ofthe largest
IHOMLOPATHIC would ning, the Unitarian saint; Theodore Meredith is right in calling the worlda the United States :;
Fernandina or Jacksonville, any person
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Florida. His capital carefully handled Parker his antagonist in creed ; Haw- nettle, harmless to those who handleit sugar estates in Colon were burned in of land
be best for others; and more advanced the first half of the month of April may preempt 340 acres upon
; will sustain him comfortably thorne, to whom many of its aspects boldly ; certes it is, that the very condition of pUnling certain area
GGee.Ia MUcheH't new bunding,north side of Bay
and other fires of similar character
irec,between Neman and Market streets, nearly cases, the climate of Ocala or without loss, till he can' work out 'a must have been irresistibly droll ; society'so relentlessly sketched ,in a with trees. Already 20,000,000.treer

ippwK the Post Office. igott Gainesville or a camp in the dry pine fruit orchard Dana, who breathes now a different those caustic pages lionized him more have taken place since that time. have been planted under these prodI --
vegetable farm, or a up- Since March in the 'district of Santa !
woods, would be preferable.Fourth. atmosphere in the pages of the New than ever. Many of the Potiphar set I sions. There is no question that, the '
\V.COAN on the income of which he can subsist Clara nine estates have been destroyed
drawn from life the girl who ad-
York Sun; Curtis, "the.brilliant young are ; I trees will none that they1 will
JUSTICE OF TilE PEACE .-What kind of grain do while his improvements will con howadji," as yet untraveled ; Alcott, mired Mr. Dusseldorf moved and bicn produced 8,600; hogsheads of prove profitable grow; the draw back is

AND you raise? stantly increase in value. He need think. and several others. Emerson breathed and' had her actual being ; sugar.. The whole; value of these estates that they do not' come 'to sufficient

ROTARY PUBLIC. Florida is not peculiarly adaptedto not wait the ten 'years of which youspeak i though invited and bound to the and Brown, the sexton of Grace is set down 'at $1,460,000 torchin In maturity for cutting in less than 20
fell the .
Ofike ia SOLAR YE-S BLOCK the cultivation of grain, but still, for he can have a crop of grapesor community by many ties :shrewdly .i Church, was also.of flesh and blood, Cienfuegos the six time estates value of by years. But even so, the well,to,do i.
; same ; property
it of- and assisted at so fasf1.nab1lW'rddin'21.that -
but visited
[.frDzAYaD4 FINE str.s.Joovi3c. I declined joining, be having many agriculturist it might be-supposed, t
all 'the ordinary kinds -of grain are fitf in thr..y.2., guavas..lemons number of hogsheads ol
$1,900,000 ;
11& .. .1Largarrt .oU.r- helsistnEmerson : he knew_m>per- .. ..ould.be..willing to do something towards f
raised with moderate success, except or citrons, in five years, and.can. by the Osiris of' these new tendom when he saw it, was employed, svgarprtuc d.SOO, Di6"-" forest culture for the,sate of f

KNIGHT wheat. Fair wheat has been raisedon budding on sour stocks possess a mysteries, was a frequent guest' like- frequently those.who wanted to get tates are reported which destroyed in SaguaLa those to come after hira. At the-las* f
A.A. wise and if her hosts her into society to make out their lists of Grande:, produced 45,706 Society r
the heavier soil, but is not a common bearing orange grove in three years, ; appreciated hogsheads of surgar'in 1874. In Remedies meeting of the Slate Agricultural -
as much as she appreciated herself; invitations. ot Minnesota an interesting es- '
Corn is universally raisedin sweet seedlings, can has been rendered
or purchasing property
crop. they must have enjoyed her society: ABOUT'THIS TIME CURTIS, MARRIED the say was read. The essayist painted a

a Hoeft Diode. ,up.as the northern and middle portions, make them bear in five years. Although Hawthorne positively: disclaims a New York girl, of wealth, beauty, utterly was estimated worthless to be which worth before S7'00ooo.The ; war. rather doleful picture of ,what Minnesota ,

J'4SIwly Jdmi.omstc.n... and with the same fertilization given We can raise on' our Florida: farms, any description Brook"Farmin and 'intelligence ; and more for appearances' ante-war value of all the estates will be if her forests arc destroyed-- .. I

i at the North does well. Rye andat3rodLLc.e corn, cotton sugar caue, rice, tobacco the "Blythedale Romance, still sake than from any expectation and property in Cuba now nonproductive iot&e future as they have been in thepast j
BUESING.KopecttuBr that 'will remain to the profane, at he into business and he urged, as a remedy foresr
orpeanuts. of working went a i
A. tiop. cow at zoooooo,
a good average rye, oats peas : computed $ :
least atolerably true record of that the So far life had culture, which bad not thus. farrnade-
firm in
calk the attention of he CStfxem_4_ But little attention ig likely ever to be Irish and sweet potatoes, vegetables How droll those chapters city. the avowed policy of:the patriots is to Satisfa ''It i
china to t oC BFAUTJFUI SOAP be manubctures. episode. been very fair to the young writer, burn "all the estates belonging to very tory progress. appears
It kike hot WMBUC. barber and Toilet Soap ever given to grain because other crape.uch of all kinds, and nearly all are. Miles Coverdale leaving his cosy and he well content at the easy sailing waste that 1,116 persons have applied for
nude. Tkis iMp it-put up la boxes cooUMg 80 It* Cuban and Spaniards, to lay
*ad 90 nan.Oroen *: as vr eubles, (fruit, sugar cane ,. the valu;blc fruits of the middle bachelor rooms to go into an April ; ,he was: free from' the .cant of the country and deprive the Government land in' that State under the provisions- I
slKMild be Addnued
A. UUESING to ,Boa"'. rice and tobacco, can be made more states with. a 'great variety peculiar to snow storm, and trying to say. "How Brook Farm or:Fifth avenue,and if no ofresourcesorcarryingon the of the law. by whom the required proportional I
ttl Fla. is 1" while the flakes fly of .acres'partly ;
y+ Jacksomrille pleasant'this .
one adjudged him to be more than a They if they should only'burn part 173,307,50
war. say
profitable. this latitude between his'teeth ; then :enoDia, an gallant'carpet'knight, it was because the belonging to the*( ,estimated) have been planted
McLAUGHLIN Fifth. Is k a good stock country? On account: of the incomplete con- and whose estates the of f
RICHARD idealized Margaret Fuller they had never known him .as aught Spaniards the Government would 'with trees, or equal to area

tELL ESTATE AGENT. It is a very fair country far stock, dition of tranition'brtwun corn and sad, fate was the paraphrase of a different. But about three months after seize those,belonging' to the Cnbans about one county, The fact, now f

JACks&fr, F'lniI*. although the natural grasses are inferior cotton and something else, there are tragedy on Concord.River. Hollings- his marriage: : he came- home from and still have means to carry on the pretty well authenticated the cutting

AD toN of Real Ectate bought and a.oI4Loaer lovestcd. to those farther north, for, the not many good farmt near ,this city worth, too the philanthropist declared, to retain -counting-room one evening a war. This is a desperate policy. :But'I down of, forests is among tbechief'causes' -
.Taxes whose society Coverdale had which have spread sterility :
paid.Titles exaoiacd.Rirvas. ruined man-the firm gone in have driven these
ease of shelter- and the facility of Land of fair quality can be bought commit systematically the Spaniards people and desolation regions of ;
BT rcaKuaKNf WiKain Aster. 1Aq.. they would! have to smash; ,to speak techic lly. and.by desperation and they are determined over '
New Uwi Y H..rk Redacr.; ECo,I'biladeipbla. A. 6. Cunin.; W.Bdkfoote Stokes Bard Pa:, grass crops throughout the year fully within fii,',:.miles of here, for, from .at least one crime apiece, for' some quibble the.,junior partner became to to cr all ,the means in "their Europe that were once productive of

rkiUdelphia Tuck;;D.G.Ambler.&. cr.I Jacksonville.FU.Heary counter-balance the lack of good feed. five to ten dollars per acre. peccadilloes would never satisfy him ; responsible for: the debt ,Here to win their independence !harvests and crowded with population,

FOSTER.. one blow. Society saw it was i indeed Talnxrseda will only to arrest the :wholesale' destruction !
NORTON & KOOKER ? do not raise cattle here, for, in.the at proclamation of:
we their'farmer-the practical l leaven in hopeless, and 'I 'think"she was no effect in the way intended of our forests,, buBO use all possible -
REAL ESTATE DEAl EU. COI'8UOcr.aaud.lf No-It is warm, and warm: contin- middle and southern portions of the mixture "who 'addressed fickle but that she would still produce The efforts .to increase their culture
.own,Jacksonville,flurili impractical not so by the .Spanish Government.
Life Money aad loaned Fire Insuracce on Real f Ue and aearitr.Aeaien General Hoe uosly for many months, 'but the. thermometer State, very 'large' herds of cattle are : saint, philosopher, or sage in pretty hare cherished her favorite, If he had war will continue until, the. island is and growth.: JY..YSl. JJi".L4t-

Lands.Planudons.fce. V Agents+14 suburb a spwlalty.Concspondence is often lower than in New raised at little'expense and with a much the same tones he would have begged for' her sympathy in his new free, and in the'mean time its material : of the NewarfcAdvcniw .
solicited )e'wifI York Pennsylvania or New England. rapid rate: of increase. .It is true used to his oxen ; who shocked Cover- circumstances. But not he He took resources will be reduced In 9 ruinous correspondent writes from Lake ,Orange, :

and the long con has been paid to dale by mentioning pigs; who gulped off his, kid gloves and swallow-tail degree -Philadelphia Tl1I1l. which has- 3-
I I I'IIICa.I at the same time, i,that little attention of Fla.; There b a field here ;
J WROLHAU OKDHt AT tATAJOUJI his tea as if it were a decoction catnip then and there, and V; .
tinuance of the heat is counterbalanced the improvement of stock but there enormities with slipped cOt from Arcadte or someplace
ROBINSON ; who perpetrated WENT TO WORK LIKE A MAN. Hans Christian Andersen. and Jam
of equal beauty renown.
,by the nniform coolness of the are no hindrances to such improvement the butter-plate 1 Fancy this' assembly abandoned :
VHOUKALX*;rraiL His luxurious home was Hans Christian Andersen'completed standing on the ,summit of a hill

DRUGGIST. eights.Seventh.. except indifference. In fact, with. every sentiment association preternaturlly -. his old acquaintances neglected, and I his seventieth year on the :d day of, looking to-ward, the clear waters of .

Hoe 's,BUck. Bay St.. .-Is there government land the-larger portion of the State cattle with refined whose, in intimate table manners were in a few weeks with his lecture on April and all the world paid! him Orange: Lake, which mirror:the sun

JACKSOKVILLE, FLORIDA vacant subject to homestead ? j subsist during, the entire year upon a like man .civilized'Christian's than "Sir Philip Sidney" in his hand, he' homage. The King sent,on the first about a mile away The bill may be
"less a
__ Yes-there is U. S. land subject to the natural grasses and in any part of the worst kind ogre's.I" Was evera started on aWeszerntour., .A different. Western day of the month 'one- of the royal, a bondred; feet in height,or it may oftIi be
COIIfOU1IIIJIG ruscxtmoM A tour in those days was a ,him than fifty, but it slopes
: him to to Dot wore
carriages convey !
in section of little other food is necessary ; ludicrous'pic of an unnatural "L* '
homestead entry, every I it very more thing .to what;it is now.ana mis nrsi the palace where 'he conferred the Ii towards the lake with.its rich, smooth

the' State. and State land that can be and if, as manynorthern farmers are partnership 1 Or ever a more of step was undoubtedly very hard one. .Grand Cross; of Dannebrog on his illustrums lawn so. gently that in traversing it

bought at, from $IOO.to. '2SO"pcr I beginning to believe the economical delicate: allegory of than,the Silas'triumph advice However undismayed climbed the subject. Oo the next day there is no fatigue.l Mf eye falls upon .

acre."Eighth.. I mode of supporting cattle is by coiling sense: ever theory is brought into ladder of labor. 'patiently and in the the: princes of the royal family called beautiful! live oaksand noble pal-
when the fainting girl
of years' by his own:unaided which hue sprung here and
some from mettos up
;course also did deputations
.-At what price 'can impfoved'land i even where from four to six t a circle that question her motives, but I wortlie paid off the entire debt on him, as and there with a'true artistic disregard fof
THE NEW all of the 'country, among
SOUTH"t.. !: be purchased? I months of feeding' upon hay is necessary offer no help "Being by 'this time of the firm 'No less ,a :hero he than them parts thecommittee which has' collected straight lines yet not one of them

JOB AND. '.BOOK. ,,PRINTING. :' :Lands that have been cleared and then this is a most.desirable:cattle fully gorged,he crowned from hisamiable the: water Elizabeth's brave young solder. funds for his statue. Amonghis where it;is io the way, or vhichcoold

exploits with_a draught when such a .man.speaks, even be with; without marringthe
volume containingone dispensed
because crop
(formerly cultivated, can be bad.broughout I country, some green rand then favored us with his presents was a
pitcher I Iopinion' of
as yesterday'sgather There clomps
utterances are
such graceful picture.
in fifteen
ESTABLISHMENT.7U ., be at anytime of the year. ,in band. of his stories languages.
the State at! from $2,50 may grown about the business fresh. interest from some Telegrams poured ,in on ,him .from, trees and groves in which fawos and

to $io'oo: per acre, and ,are the best However it may be' with your And certainly though they proceeded knowledge of him. Fair spoken foreign lands. Blessings on the bead fairies might disport themselves 1-

I -' lands for ne.. comers who can, if friend if rheumatism "takes all the out ofan'unwipcd m uth"- his the expressionsdid girla words fall, pleasantly on the ear, but of the dear old man } ,If his stories groves with little lakes embosomed

onlm fa them ,comfort out of : lilc"jffu should, him honor. "Give; OF A ,BRAVE HEART have charmed the be has therein,; groves through. 'mhkrh rod'
proprietor" art.f prepared,to, ocont*. they come in colonies purchase. your CUD of hot:, teaand.ithck'slice: of THE'CONVICTIONS' ;. .,. *- ., 'u young? L .L streams of white water' .flows/ 1
oIIdcIIio.. at low rates.- by'all means, betake yourself. to this this bacon ":said..Silas likea 'are a ideJD.our dally me. charmed the old sun more, DY me ing
'j inlarge quantities .very, first-rate. ., of his lifethexmple where the giants shelter the
has ,been the text of so most beautiful product groves
PLAIN .ijAtTAL.'PJlINTIXo.: >> .. ED: NEW SOUTH. warm and,genial clime.. sensible .man, that he was, "that's Concord that it be of his sweet, affectionate nature. saplings and where the tall and stately
I send you a New SOUTH and otherdocumcnts.EDITOL what she wants." much..correspondence, would magnolia is making ready.Jo perfumethe 1
LYNN, MASS. April 22d, 1875. After this taste transcendentalism, tiresome.to K .Over the ground again.Mr. ,' in the
1cIa.. Dt.'SmSS( .. ., J/y Dear Sir\-\ write to you, to I :"A Howadji Curtis allusion to the self abnegation s- air. Cattlearc browsing:
traveling as
Curtis went -
and still further ..ay.skim4' i
fisrrtxc 7 (. require something about the business became of those old revolutionists suggests The Beecher jurymen are appealingto distance,
CARDS.BILL ; is oh the Banks of the Nile. Then and
State and particu- A good escape from a tight place still York to ming over the bonnets I seeblue
:, prospects of your and therea a trace of that noble spirit the New Legislature get
; wwDrNGcARDs. the Fourth. back to Concord lived white,heron, the snake bird,,,with its
larly as to' agriculture. What I wishto attributed to George left. There -'used to be doctor in their wages raised If they mean .
HEADS know I will state as concisely as There was an empty bottle on the while i in a_ house still standing has on'so. that neighborhood wbo''was once called business why don't they strike? Why furry plumage and the delicate egret,
the'river. Jtarely of
LETTER HEADS, possible I have a friend who has table amt the King;: told the servantto the banks of to a neuralgic tnti and, while resort tothis old-fashioned.milk and Here, over. this magnificent.fitld
all his life is not "take that marine." A guest remarkable society: gathered in anyplace 1. -Boston four hundred acres .sweep a pleasant
Cla.a.uu, been a farmer ; : away assembled in this prescribing the nurse suggested a water style of doing things: ,:
then :
._ his as was: and here
US. wealthy. but has two or three thousand sitting next'the.King whispered rn The, mustard plaster.. "That, I think," Gbtt. breeze on the hottest day
( .' belonged to little town. Bat" lack a day 1 S the birds carol their welcome, but
BRIEFS. : dollars and he has some notion ear thsct an officer'present is cruel said the doctor, sagely "is too severe; .
of,going to Florida. Now would.you that branch of the service; George uselessness virgin 'gold a butm'-wile has neuralgia, and I'll try A small live alligator had been there is no human voice to send an ,:
PAMPHLETS. ., advise 'h rm to settle in your State? tire Fourth ascertained.his name and allegory of the impracticability; unalloyed on. and see how it works.; ", stepped in the ,Post Office. He nm.eaU echo to my'own. Surround this oriental
:and have but to one: her, ,
BUtNtS OF ALL KINDS. him sload, asked genius, we from Florida''in a wooden' picture'witb a framework forest
then addressing willing the
plant an who '
He thinks he might orangegrove learn.this truth. Where now is the man was way
j Curtis' to,J the
but"it would take ten years of aimithe kne.b an empty bottlewas open pages tosacrifice his wife's relations,? box lined with wet grass, lhe little so dense in foliage ''that sun

COLORED PRINTING AKD GILT WO'IlLr' about that 1 suppose, for the trees toget called a: marine. "No your Read the record of ISEMERSON'S So much, for: the soldiers: ; this as ,for. fellow is in good condition after bis can only work itS way through in
'* officer. '"Be THE CLUB 'TEAT"USED. 'TO MEEt addressed .isolated. and it is complete. In
in a good bearing condition. Majesty replied the the philosophers:, A tourist asked a. long journey. He was to a rays
,, Now what do most rreadily.!raise cause," said theKing: ,' "it has 'done : STUDY small wbowas digging rathe dirt gentl.mas.ia.tbis Ctty< Ny'Ti"'t:;. ,'UlUFlorida! !hay*i I'OC;met its:eqU1!.

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HE NEW SOUTH. Full acconbl of these transactions, togetherwi1riho' The Fernandina Line their "dlstubances;" to secure two Here also is good building material plants> and fruits that can in altiheUnited lieir exertions to make all appropriate

- -- - .. Advices from -Mr. Gelpcke brings the Democratic,Senators in Congress all in consisting of a fine quality of Coquina States be only raised by open-air arrangements. The same weri
= complete
; I.L ADAH* 1no. good and due time,'and to pave the way stone, easily worked, and buildings Can culture in Florida, and thus endeavor as could be made- or expected. -Ort
( K.CAKKUTH.I ADAMS, CARRUTH & CO. pnndence were published in the report 'TrMtOfltIiatthe forViKieltit; of FhiL.'Bheridinllrom' la : bo erected :hereV chejipef, than at any to furnish a valuable adjunct to the national arrival of the excursion train at the Jha

:i O. BUKMtlDK. JJ. ) ut f:1873 of the Superintendent .of Public the purchase of the first-class_steamers field where his "occupation js gone," other' place in the State -there is also department of agriculture.It pot, the gar party was met by oar de in.

3 ADAMS. EDITOR. Instruction. Soon after the deposit with ttyntsville and Montgomery closed, and above'alllo draw from Gen. Grantan plenty* of limestone, which makes a was represented to your committee defatijt ble firemen; (they having left
impatiet but.srotg bipt that be had rood> qnaility of lime. The Indian river hat the location of the College at Ean heir engine In the engine
;. : :T :;= ::: the Treasurer was made and whUe the and those two boats wilj take ;| 4rp1acesithddil6d'th | houw ) wbers
il thebWo
ihlsfcl mpesraf jllfe desirable for several
bad Ii !lk want44jil .bayinet lice iATtifo 5 was reasons they heartily received UwirJyJw
, *' TO CORRESPONDENTS AND OTHERS. Board were endeavoring to 'Secure1' new'arid pbp- fork In the Louisiana "chicken pie nomou. and tetweeh'it and Xh'eVcean isless aTCof which, may be properly pre men, andcommenced.wnewgWarWnSoakin! fire

yl efltfLocflntcTrtv.olicitcdrrnmlflpaflsofthtof*. A5o l bramun'c! tlDai''on tu jccw central donation of,lands turn.piLe adiandufOc1enteffectuafly ular- 'line., The. MontgomitryjJFaircIoth. ': At Jast throughpatience .and than a mile in width; geographi- sented in'ths report: " ; r I intercM,epecalycducadouaI social and'..njustrulcopies. to aid the College fund, master, will saIl from New- York on tEe13th pluck lorbearane. time-biding and callyi it is the cenlfo of tha''penlrisula, 1.'Its*.being1'located sufficiently"far Manyof-th* excursionist* ktofeflon.ve .
ConqkMlMIhoJinake t their letters at manlinCsa Louisiana has won her north and south, and is situated town Sonthf and ia semi-tropical
., brief u th < *n not KKporaibte for dominions.eiprcMed by out the Talidh and ''v victory, and iq the present state of the ship 27" In "case you honld'determineto. meeihrrtquireuient3: |! | set forth inyonr remaiaedtof.paraxl8.Ia towii with the
".corretpondeuu. Rejected. manuscript* can neither courts, contesting f con fioiitfealatmosphere "bf"the'; country, .locate the college at Eau Gallic. I plan, and tawarranCaIsd e7establish fire cornpanie9r"which headed
JvflLiotbgncdcsI be reunu 4 preserved., "Adbhymoui. -contribution. -, itutionalhy| of the bonds In which the The steamers of, this'line1 seem to be rrom'oicean to'ocean-therd'arc-none to will donate IOitI lots, numbered 23,5,7: ment of xperimental.tarmsborticultu- Unida BraSs'Band' of JactsonvineJ'

? : college; fund ha'd been invested and thus Vapidly gaininglin favor'and,; itre'taking make her, afraid. 9,' 11, 13 ahdI5: itf each of th following ral and botanical garden, without fear the Ancient City Fire Engine Co.J. D.

i w jTae, Florida. State Agricultural College another Hod *ff w-tual ob&taclo was mter- full..freights bf'passengers; and goods; .,: : : : sections, 10, 11, 22, 23 and 3'1'in' town vf frost ifius securing a most important TannehiU, Foreman, were escorted toourcity.
the the Early: applfcatYons 'are necessary c"-' : >o The'present prospect lhat thisinstitu posed to! iBauguratioimf College. in '27 37 also 80 of.a. manual-labor school become
'. township. ,-range : acres pense to band burst forth, and the parade
liOn of. t&, grcat'posslhlp use to the State, Restricted hy law to a, sole reliance.upo.a cure.i.tateVrbpms.- .f' 'The rece'nt action' ofthe' trustees' .61 to be selected from'lots 1. 2,, north-west! largely' It not entirely, self sustaining. into Su George street, ia the, following tamed

": may wltl no great''fMay, be' put in "the, incoine .of th'tf lurid-Tor: the SounoVilippey the State Agrfculjura] Co'llege by which, quarter.of north-west quarter of section S order: First, the band, the "Ancient,

: operation',' wit)[ attrict the attention apd"iiricrtjise regular support of.tu'e '.Colfego', after it Probably undr\certain' conditions; a''permanent il'as;; w llas, R park in the village 2. The salubrity of .its climate Itsproximityto City" firemen, with its foreman and thai
lias made the.attempVto ride plat of Ean Gallie,' frbntingron Indian the sea, an J the centre, ..Inthe'hear of the :, Elna
.L 7 the inte'rcst of all tSo should go into operation, ,the ..largesta ioc"atipnff is, 60ectel for the institution, marching together, bearin
many two hprsesTaJ the'same\timp''ana "while river, with six lots fronting on the park1 prospect a'ver'y large industrial handsome bouquet of flowers 0
- ': /obstacles have from.tlme to tlrafc lnt T- ttainaW j donation.. in aid.ot its funds they werd'tnoving iri an'opposite "dlrec* will feT.hreand as we .trust.incre.aso for. College buildings,' .also all of the population,its perfect healthfulness, cd to the latter. Next came the, present"J

! .rened to prventjjhe.previous progress that could t>c. obuilned .on; condition of tion. The*result fon him is' bad. The generalvanterest In, the. success of village lots: numbered 3. and '.8 in-each ogetlier with.Lhepceuliar fitnej; 3bf, the Steam'Engine," (drawtr: by four jta

; : .. .. .and embarrassthe. effo'rfs of the Trus its location became" once a leading "Ilo'm J. S. A:' should tome'to'his rescue" such ,an Jn.stitution. Wherever; in the block Of' tho village plat of ,Eau Gallie, soil for the kind of AgrituUdre proposed, followed by, the firemen ol said engine horses*

; ;tecs having the establishment and. ohjott of the Board) Accordingly, soorf 11. must be troubled.withrAitinancitl State such location might-have ;been situated on section 16* township 27, and desirable Iii connection with the Followingthe4e, came, the foreman of
, n uprporVof castof.inind.-Union. range 37, plats and maps,of the same schoolastic and scientific.departments of the Phoenix.Hose.Company." with
i lh j College I a charge thatunexirprcled alter"organizatori,' public notice' wa made, adverse criticism from other sections which herewith' submitted for considerations! their
j That this aavico omas from [fticon; are ) your the college, were suggested Hose Carnage, drawn by two hores, be-
: ; delay] Jus tnsuwl, 'nnd Ihis has nrcn that donations would be* received tent source", none -who are acquainted ;would naturally be expected,n inspection, making in' all 2320 acres, If In favor'of this'selection'. ing-next iff order *
r pirenYi>c to inquiry and remarks that jy the Trufeteea from any 'section rthat with the although 'proffered donations in' addition to 'iIlagoiota y 8. The abundance of building material cession'was the.tJEtn FoaCompany;"
) Onion'sad
: ,, : "do I not indicate special 'friendliness totbelnstltutlotiorlts desired fn this,Way' ,tol'secure 'for- itself it can doubt; It dued location, were all c6ndition>d and In.easethfs'proposition should b accepted -the famous and admirable coquina. their Carriage being drawn by juveniles.
vice pftTflmnilngi'as a matter-of busl by -your.Board, .the.'saKl; proposition rock-close at hand. The line of march
cQnttors. ,h location of the College, In response ness'when' it"paysis i not- niitied to few in number, such'aniniiidv iion.has to be made,.a matter of record, 4. As to accessibility. TliO projected street, to Cuna. through waanp.SuGebrjre Cntra tb Char.

:. : Justice to ihe College"and; to those tM suchv notice, ssevBrw.4)r.ou"era; of.'condltlonal adoption, experience gqei for nothing, already long been foreshadowed! and ;cppy.of.the same to be published lines of communication: which, have be- lotte, down Charlotte to Long'sBall

!;i ::., who are held rcsporTsiblo fbr Its'pro'gfcss donations were receiv L The It is meant that'theinducements, upon in two newspapers In this State. canse.of .rapid increase of population, where the prbxressioti baltedf? and par

r : will nuke appropriatep: 6ketch"of what citizens of Alachua county.and lion. D.Yulee .skill. wiirbe"unrecognlzed.The' which the action of the Board wn s based, .:Upon.the acceptance of.this proposi become necessity, and which, it Is'believed took'of ::a. collation, and where, after a
lion by th 'llOard, I will enter Into such will be undertaken and complet few moments rest
4 :n' has 'been '(1Ofl and of the difiicutlics Li., ; proffered a liberal sum of should bo generally.knowu and we,, accordingly they proceeded down
Semi-Tropical, Monthly.. contract as- the board may desire; by cdwithashort.period of ticae,. namely; Charlotte to St. Francis street, through
encountered; ( as explanatory of the lack money and 20,000 acres of land on. con publish below the propositions which' the"location iof the College,on a railway from Lake Ilarvey'to Sam St. Francis to St. George street. Thence

i ; .1 ..fof; farther advancement. ditibn of locating the College Alachua Tho'S emi-Tropical' Publishing Association made to' the Board by. W. Hi.GIeasoW the one hand, and tbeperfecting of the Point, and a large canal frocrir Lake 'thfr-Plaza' ,. and ending at the foot) of

: ,\,. ,,The original Agricultural College ill county. Hon. D. Eagan .tihd M, L. is the name of ia company re- and W. Ri-Anno, which-with; other con titles to these .lands, as above specified, Washington to Eau Gallie, thence down the wharf. ',. j
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land cint1y'incorp rated, having ,for Jts;object ; on the pthcr' hand, shall be made the Indian River southward riaLake Worth Hero preparations 'were.
aiHwas; enacted by Congress in 1862, and Taylor, offered a large donatiun of siderations' lnfluenc d-, the final r action commenced
mutual l'consideration. '
publication 'of a' periodical tp be to the waters of the Gulf of Mexico by the 'VEtaa.w to throw,_a, stream. Ala
.. ijby it, 90,000 acres of.land granted conditioned upon its I location in' Orange of tho Board.. '
, wcys devoted to. the development of the hgr;- ; Respectfully, Yours were discussed' before your committee sigimal, thr "Pli4rnix-Iltis&' eame running
4 the State for the cstablishmet} of one or county and ibis offer'was supplemented We giyoinbur: editorial 'columns, a \V" II. GLEASON These and kindred considerations accupied. at.fttll speed, from a short distance

., more Colleges) "ichere the leading object by aq additional donation' trojii A. J. cultural resources of th? State, :and the skctch"6f; the efforts made by the'Boartto JACKSOXVILLE, FLA., April 129,J875. the thoughts of| land 'were duljf off,'where they were in waiting for the
g McDonald. ButVtlie lauds Offered South generally, by furnishi'ng"reiiableancT weighed by your committee in "cbnnection.with "2Etn.Varf 'signal. The hose' warnn-
by To'thellonora1eBoard
,, shall be, without deluding other scientific ) expedite, tbe'inauguratioh of the College of Trustees oj
,. r the citizens of Alachua ranit Messrs.Eagau'and practical Information- nani th*Florida Agricultural College'' a careful and thorough esplo reeled, and attached to the SteaaEagin'dj ..
j. one! classical studies, and including in Hi"'f by and ot 'some of'the'obs'taclcs en ration ofthH.country along the proposed arid a stream thrown
+ of.thenew xu3gazine"spggested by the I desire, to to as a dona' in.thelpace
1 : tatties to teach"'such' branches Taylor, were taz-titio lands, countered. ; propose you routes of arid and
lary' of venerabfc Soli1tobInsonfsio' "The Lion, for the benefit of the Agricultural commerce; at, adjacent of A few moments.
i -. learning as are' related 't io agriculture and in the opinion of Attorney-General be. TALLA'nAssEE! FLA,, April id, 1875 College, bne'thonsand acre's of land on to. the "proposed location for the Cotlege. The witnessing assemblage was large,

and mechanic arts, in inch manner at Cocke, did not offer n sufficiently sound Semi-Tropical} a 'monthly journal. 'd&- ," To 'the Honor obit 'the. Trustees of the Indian River,; in Yolusia County, from arid many of bur citizen were tlorougbly
voted to Southern "and horticulture BEak .4ricultura1 ? '' in general, therefore, your comwittee delighted,and astoomleuV- 'such
the Legislatures the Slaie basis for the!location ol a State Institu College what is known as Joseph Delespino thing
of res-
t may "' ; reports that the land, at and above! EantaIiie on'wbeels," 'i.Oh.myr' "How
It is be GENTLEMEN :-My attention has been I"
immigration. to Grant,'which grahtliesadjacent'to, and pretty
I .,.. ,peclivcly prescribe," pa the act declares'; tion. A liberal offer was also made by atleast) 64 double, column octavo attracted to a' notice published by you immediately south 'of Sand Point'provided and extending to tbe'hCadwatera &c. .

i-:: thus indicating the special, and peculiar Myron L; Mickles, Esq.,. of land""near oC Board in tfm:.Tallahassee' Sentinel-* yon will locate the, College build of the St. John'sDriver- of a most excellent 'After all this, the firemen withdrew to

w ;: character be given to the institution Dunn's Lake conditioned upon'1 locating pages, not including advertisements. Other newspapers, !requesting propos|- ings at a point anywhere on Indian River character, and cannot possibly their respective quarters to prepare for
,4 originating from this grant. the College there with a building cost- printed on good paper and in. the best lions! from different localities desiring between Sand Point arid Elbow remain unoccupied a great length of the bop in the evening, at"the fiibrkU
manner. Each number will contain an the Jocation'of the, College,, for contributiohs Creek-. time, especially .industry and capita House, .which was a grand s'uecesa;
L, 'i Nothing was done iu>Florida-. profit lug $25,000 wtlhin'one year and 'with shall combine in'answer, sotbananr 7
illustrated artickd stri1Ithe of various to aij hilts construction. ,I havc.soid land there during the pas to strong ap more thing of the kind we
by this donation till J6G8, when the this last condition compliance 'was' im oyFlorda"and, I presume that! i it 'is your design to winter, by the section, for five dollar peal oran increasing thrifty population have ever witnessed: >o ..St.Augustine

t. f ''State, by legislatirecnuf tniorit. accepted possible. f sections rother : m States, and departments devoted 16 fruit the greatest pecuniary aid toward less than tiv as are projected. turned'out fn full ; and the ball was well
: 't 'the grant with the prescribed conditions In 1873 the,.Trustees endeavored to. equal to a,sum. not
.. rnaiketgard'iiihgbee.Ieep.ing building College, all other things Along Indian River the land is highattraetive.'varied filled with grace and beauty from -loth
: grb'wing, thq. thousand dollars S ,
and limitations and obtain from the United States Government
,; provided by legislation entomology, household ,, being equal/antl) in accordance wi'h'the The'lands' I ojferybu are' of the very in quality, and dasily Jacksonville and St. Augu tinel Hag-
for ihe fulfilment of the same, and the grant of the Govern ment-reser- economy design" .of establishing' 'a A nursery( of best in this Stats for the growth of, trop subjected. ,. gins' String Band, Jr .Jacksonville,
Ex-Governor Harrison 'Reed
establishing a Board 'Trustees.' vation and buildings thereon, situated etc,. will eini-t ropical plants,,jis already adoptee ical and semi-tropical fruits, and if the On approaching' the St. "John's rive catered to the dancers, on ibis occasion.

v : Questions immediately arose as,f.o the near Tampa,' but without success.- By be the Editor, assisted by an able corps us the- policy of'your Board, and made object of this great institution H for the the land lsmore level, and exceedingly -During jhe/ftrst! of the evening, as
of the best known arid As' Florida is the State In rich-well calculated for the production many as one hundred couples wen
comprising, some public.I only development of tropical fruit; any other npoo. -
official of of and
recipients thefund
? proper delays opposition litigation, most practical agriculturists and (fruit thee Union possessed, of eami-tropica location north ,or west, ,pf the Indian of all kiuds.of vegetables sugar cane, .theJlour afouce, uil dancing. But as
and the subject was complicated by conflicting mwh time having been consumed, it climate, and the only one where abotan river region, wouldfcertainly defeat the bananas &o; Out requiring a system of night wore on, the tired ones withdrew
:: subsequent enactments, to soch became evident, at the 'opening of the growers of the South. Mr. Charles W ical experimental garden for the.actlI- prime motive of the institution. drainage for the recovery of this best At 2.30 a; m., the last dancer crossed

: degree as to preclude the receipt of the prcsent'yehr' that sonic positive fiteps Blew, formerly.of the Republican, has matizatiori. of tropical plants cau bi Respectfully Submitted. portions :of it, which will be greatly the threshold of their kill. Tht hop
been selected We established and the pfacti. tacilited and simplified by the proposed wais enjoyed by all, and CTerjttung
as. publisher. are successfully WM. R. ANNO, passtd -
: avails of the fmiJ, till 1872. In the session must soon be taken to insure retention '
canal the routed which has been already !- !
know has cal 'stmly of the products of the tropics qffniceyiDuring
: of 1872 the necessary: legulatiou ci| th ? ntlfuI. the purpose for which it gratified to that the enterprise can be, entered into, it is of paranioun Honorable.. Board of Trustees,; of the surveyd part Thursday morning theexcnrsiofli.

'. to perfect and amend thft previous was granted and a determination*was the hearty support of a number, of our importance that this College should ..biI'icated Agricultural College : From citizens residing at and near .: and firemen visited their
best citizen, and that, it.hasa, soun< GENTLEMEN I The Committee appointed Eau Gallie committee ofttaiuet friends and interest
A ,. : : enactments was had, and the present announced possible to make a speedy at the most favorable place for your points throughout
financial basis, enabling its, conductor* such a garden, which is aect-s.sabK, will by you at a'meeliug of your ..Honorable. ample"evidence" of heaUhfhlEess of tb r city : and at 11.80. tbu procession
: Board of Trustees wa selected, and or- location of the,College, the most desirable Board held Tallahassee March the climate without Intermission, white
to make 'a liberal iri a due regard to its healthfulness and again formed in Treasury street,
outlay securing
: "ganized on the 30th olay'of: Mirdi;, 1872, that could be mad In the; entire the beauty and picturesquehess of its 8, Ib75, for the purpose of examining their orange groves anti -enii-trupici: and .was escorted to the depot ty the
i : : Congress* having .ex'farided the time lack of any propositions from.Middle or valuable contributions to its columns, immediate surroundings.' My.fcnowl proposed locations' for the Agricultural fruits arid vegetables, sugar'cane and "An'deiit City" tiretaem On their arrival .

t' :.' ._ within which the Col I ego must bo put West-Florida. East Florida seemed to and to issue it iri a neat'and aftnctive edge of thy peninsula of Florida; College' the State of FIonid'begs corn, gave proof of the fertility the tit the depot, a tart well address
'i In actual feel the intereet. dress. The first "mer will be issued which Isthe, 'only portion of the State to present following report capacity,, and the clmrictcrnftbe soil. viaj drlirtral by "Mr.;:T nnhjjl, The
; operation tq-securo thq tim i'tion greatest on or before tbrnt! September next which te tropical or semi-tropical in its Your Committee was put in possession The Eau Gallie or Elbow Creek, affords rain was suou loaded with.its precioq
.t made ; t Feeling l forced to immediate action character, enables rue perhaps tomakesomeuffff of one proposition only, a proposition -safe and L'eaulilnt harbor for freight'; un'd as stcmm.-tIaway,shuQtafttr
i' BTrthis act the Trustees wcro nrrat-. theTnisiccs'recel'vcd' Wrr lihpral offoisfrooi -- -- B ttus which.wit! ha-.i\tjur made UO'our.Hunorahl ,..BtMrdby,.the small crurur.suL-h .aa ply.tha waters of 'shout went up Jmm the large a*.
1 ed with corporate powers with perputual lion. W;. H. Gleason and W, R.Anno Survey, tor a Cf:t Across the.Isthmus. vice to you in making a proper selection Lion., W. II. Gleason, offering location Indian River, and, with a little outlay cmblagd who bad repaired the depot,

succession. directed they were incorporated E.q., of lands', siiu'ated. upon Indian 'In the act makIng.. rriations for for the locution of the 'College. The for the College' on conditions prescribed, of 'skill arid "money, could bemade a to se their fricmls-the firen>en4'ff.
for'the River the repair..pr3servtioa, KI itcmnpletioiof eastern coa>4 of peninsula of'FJoridaff nt a "point on the banks uf Indian River convenient port for/vessels of as- heavy Many were ,tbrerits; expressed by
fpt'ciAl. purpiise.of rpndtUoned! upon the Ioa- certain $publiu woiks on rivers and more agreable In its'temperature in ,tho.county.of Brevard,,known ns Eat tonagc asean, navigate the channel of those departing,who universally expre*.
'I teaching titch braiichei of learning ,a't tin!! of th 4Itge in that sect ion. These harbors, ami! for other purpoe% the arid less"subject to frost, in the same parallel Gallie situate and lying 'on the 2Sthpatrelfel the river. SEt! themselves greatly pleased with

I, ? 't are related to' agriculture and the me- propositions will be found in another following-vrovistnn was lnrted on the latitude than thcwoterncont. of latitude, about three milt The coqujna rock alreidy referred thir trip.

% .: chanicarts,. military ticlic?, and other Coluuyi and will attract general atteri. motion of Senator Conoycr: For statistics upon that subject.-I.refer distant from the Atlantic, ocean ; Iron to,as a.valuable building mate*i.l, form In all, the excursion was % grand sac-

: scientific and classical sludfes in order Lion, Resolved then! ,UJKJJI speedy no.tion. you UJ iBIodgelt'i, Climatology of, ihe Sand Point or Titusville 40 miles ; from the base of that country and attracted ;cess and great credit U due to the
Th of War i i-
Secretary hereby di
.1 iis demanded Under tlie, tircuin- United, States; aocordingxo it, therorao the head wafers of the St. Johns rive the attention of your committee. When Committee of Arrangements j tspetiil*
t :r to promote thejiberalandpradicnl edtfcation stance!,,Jhe Trustees ;at theIr/meeting reeled to cause surveys lo be made to metrical observations which were;made at Lake Washington 6 miles, and geographically quarried'it soft so as to*be easily cut ly Messrs. Geo. II, Emery and Rarauq'Hernandez.
of the industrial clusies id the in,March 1875. appointed a" Committee ascertain the most eligible line on which at th'ir different military posts; d mon- near the cmtrc of the State, with a sharp iustrumt-nt, but when exposed f>r successtully carrying

:. -, general pursuits and professionsof consisting of Governor St'eariis-; Super* cinal across the Isthmus of Florida strate the faV; that it i is colder In winter North and South. to the atmosphere sohatlensinto out the programme.AH .

'I' .j The Agricultural College scrip to I intefidt-nt Hicks and 'IVcaVurerVar'uum, can constructed, and."whether a safe at- Fort.Brooke". ",(TarapI.) upon the wes Your Committee bad consider the the consistence of flint. When burn conducted themselves creditably! ,
: and requested iIemto" make a1 personal land-locked navigation between the tern'coast, than at.Xew Smyrna-on the purpose and specific objects of the pro it makes an excellent !lime suitable for and nothing transpired to mae the Ir&sl
. which the State was entitled by the act cxaminatiun and report jn, reference waters"oHhe Mi. sisfclppl arid the Gulf eastern coast, although ;New, Smyrna is posed College,,its. well as facility ,of access all )building and plastering' purposes the pleasure of the ocvasion. .

i 1. of 186i was transferred to and "Ve&tciiIn the land, offered; upon Indian, River.-' along the roasts Alabama, Ixtuisiau some eighty miles,, north of rampa. and desired geographical position, and is 'a very generous anti cheap fer- It was evident that our ciliJieni, generally
I '; the Trusted and their successorf for- Such examination has. been made and and and through the latter Statet6 This occasioned by }he. Gulf Stream as'setlfbrlirby jourjlouorable. Board in tilizer'of thc.soil. exerted themselves to make tho"Fireman's
ever, to be used in carrying out the the report ..of thu cbtumittee will be the Atlantic coast 'can, be: had.' To which'flows along-immetliateiy in': c-lose report made to the prpperaulhorities in Of its durability there can be no question Excursion" pleasant.Va
pro (found inanotlicreolunin. estimate the probable cost and 'pratica proximity to fhe shore, from Cape Floridi' the following words, to wit:' -the old Fort nt St Augustioej is r only hope .they' have succeeded.-St
I : visions! of the a-t, but with aleeI,1! provision bility of construction ofsuch, work*, am to Jupiter Inlet,ilience in-a iiurth- Resolved, First-That the Florid monument ofita adaptability for build AugustinePressEV ,- '

1$ tliat 'no portion of the 'principal of any .artificial water-routes fount easterly course or'direciiori.ITie infln Agricultural College shall, in genera ing ;purposes though the material of

;ti .. : orIuteretofttie, fund shall be' 'applied, The Loyal Democracy. necessary to provide safe'inlahd; navigation enco of theGulf! ; Stream upon the climate 'as well as in all necessary particulars, which that Fort js built, being the Same YORK AND
i u ,,(, directly or indirectly, wider any pro :W<5 reproduce'pne of the most conclusive betwetri the Mississippi river and : and the vegetable kingdom is very speiTally aim' to adapt its ministrations in character, Is 'much"coarser in fibre, !
; ; .demonstrations that have been oncoftho seaports on the east coast o" maiked, and no where more so. thai to the educational necessities of the tin! the rock'at Eau Gallic.In &
4: : Vtence whatever, to the purchase, ,erec.lion Florida.Ve along the south-eastern coast of this State practical working classes,'by the selec short, your ,committee,, without IINANTiA
j |preservation or repairs of any given of< the; devoted loyalty of the \ take.the. above Floridian\ where the'frade winds, which ther pre Lion of i tsuch topics for thought ambrancheb'of presuming to .offer a recommendation, ;

.4. :. dCii building or buildings" for tha, ,use o Democracy Id the "Constitution! as ii and are right glad oFee that now at, vail, ,froth 'the cast, before' strikiig the study.for instruction therein other than the simple ''statement: herein 13N. "

k-" !> ; the College. But. top per -centof the was:* last, a matter of so great Interest, as mainland have passed over the warm as will most directly,and most certain!; contained, confining the statementto, the : ) -f
waters of the Gulf Stream. The fit them for industrial whether consideration of the
Gulf pcrsnit. only .
r The New Orleans Mon'hly Review' ;
t avails of the 'c-'iuld be for well to the comriicrce
crip expended general o, of the Stream, after passing through the Car agricultural or mechanical l, which the and without picjudire to other
ft: 'the: purchase of a site for an ezperimculal THE ONLY MAGAZINE IK THE ENTiRE country, as loathe; busineso and develppHJent ribean: Sea passes through the Gulf 'of majority ot such 'classes, whether from portions of the State Unit -'-'rui-rlit bethought F EK N AN D IX A;fTlV..Ot be'i.1574.

: farm, the remainder to bo in SOUTH, of this,State, is put in the way of Mexico close to Cape St. Antonio, the choice or necessity, will be apt to follow to be wehla.lapttrd; l to and available NORTH: POINT/ *
: rested lo six per cent stocks of the declares l In its last number tinder the receiving its just share of attention. most'western extremity'of the island of .Second It shall, in order to ob tail I for.the purposes lu-reiii described, .
queryVcro' the Confederates guilty Cuba this result declares with that for salu Cpt.S1TU.I
thence through the straits FlorIda1 give special prominence and emphssis ,
,- .United. States'or some of the States. of treason ?'? as follows: The necessity of relief .for Western .. of toil
t. t / between Cuba and the Florida reef constant attention .to. arithmatic, algebra brity of climate, qualities, geo. ; 1'1o .
,: The Trustees were directed, within The > pt of withdrawal of fhe seceding! commerce, the almost continuous, landlocked at'the rate of from 5 to 6 miles per,hour ,.surveying, geograph natural .his graphical position, and picturcsqucness
the time States was solemn, formal, and voluntary Northern with' .fiom natural situation, Eau Gallie is 'pre-eminent Cap*. DANIELS,
: prescribed by Congress, to navigation along the! a'.temperature..of .79, to ,,80 tory, English language; philosophy ;
I : determine upon the location of the in every respect as was their Gulf coast through natural water charificls degrees ; it, then spreads; itself among chemistry, geology, botahy,mid to that, because of the rapid settlement of CAN ACCOMMODATE FIFTY FIgST1 f
original accession to the Union, and, in the jUajiama islanJs.hiigsiriijjthe Florida other, .similar and kindred branches, that country, by. persons ,of industrial
'I College at some bea'.tby and conveniently both instances, was1 accomplished by ; and the remarkable natural adaptability coasVh.3 far noiih'as Jupiter Inlet, and .which most particularly relate 'to ,and habits, it. must in the very 'nature of ''Cf.ASPASSENGER&S _,

i. : accessible point, which location shall bq virtue of ihcir sovereignly, which has of the, peninsula to the construction diverges north-easterly dirtctfonpassing' are most'directly.necessary in the sue things, become nn important centre of These.stedmen- ojt from New York Pier i.NorARiver.

1 itIff "*s near the centre' of th.s State as posrible never, even to this moment, been surrendered. of land and water routes of;..transportation the Bermuda" Isle, which art ceisful prosecution of the mechanic! population and influence ; that, for the e,_ ry TburidaY'and fQmFruafldifla RafliOSdwbaiircrr
2 The result pf their secession situated off the of and labors which industrial it is clear that the wealth ; } *
I nnd take measures to"open theCollc and travel; all combine to invest coast Virginia; giving agricultural to the : samu rea>ons,
1 was not only that tlie Union of the Stateswn's those 'islands and classes"In this State ot' the investment
rocky the. Bahamas i a habitually : capitalist seeking profitable 'WEDNESDAY.MOTGOMERY .
1: :: for the recepthni of students': the surv'ey. ordered ."with, far
jo sundered, but tho'government more '
. over' senii-tropkmfverduro. The trade wind apply themselves, 'without- excluding! ,-as well as the industry"of the '
i ; Immediately) after organizitiori, the thrown, and the Constitution rendered than ustiaHniportance; which are constantly passing .over the classical and other, scientific branches, busbanUman. .and the skill of the : ,,

: Trustees instituted measures to obtain inoperative, and ceased, be obligatory The peculiar natural facilities tor Gulf Stream, which Stream is 'over 150 that in the future may become desirable, mechanic, must mOre and more, and I :cpr1IRCLor ic -

agricultural College scrip beionlng tog upon any of the States. Congress could transportation, that characterize our miles )in( breadth ppppsite, of Cape Canaveral Third-It shall be a leading aim of the with acceleration jpake known that -TVhHeaV; TTewVoAoa-tli tyk-mi Fwnandina
the no longer legally Wnveoe .;indcr the are quite'perceptible at times Colltge'! at all time* to aid in tho development beautiful and productive country to the onihci9th. ,
College but for without require'tsucii )
A longtime provisions ofttha'( instrumeutj Its war-: Statfy onlyi publication as as, far 'north 'ai Port Orange,. but the of physical ,strength and syiume world;, and .tbaljt.is therefore \voli situated '('
success., The efforts ,ol thq previous making rower, 'and nil' its functions this,survey will give,,to'securejorthem region"of the trade wind properly extends try, awIat, the-same iim do' its part in fbr'great agricultural, horticultural For freight or pauage appfy fsf .

B* ard to obtain the scrip hid V1CCU ef- were gone, an'd no' United Stat> with universal attention ; only* as, far>nortii as the'28th degree endeavoring to train' its'students in habits and botanical operations in counec- HERM. CELPCKE.Williams New Agent.f Yc* .

.fectualfy frustrated liy the conflict pi its executive legislative and judicial __ of latitude, which 'crosses the ,of'due, subordination to proper arid Lion with College, .whoga specialities, st. .
: ;oiUciai.*uthoritie! herololuro cnentiom-d departments of government any! longer The .Louisiana Coup ., peninsula at Cape CanaveraL* The air rightful .authority, ,so isdfspensable to apart, from high aims in the arts and \ ; PMcQUAlD. c11 !
existed, against Which Irnasoo, ;theoflenso. d'Etat. south'' of, Cape, Canaveral is soft and republican citizenship, 'by placing the sciences-must be'ffdaptibn "ta- the peculiar Pollii; BIock.'Bay St..j-
'Tho application( of tho present Board ..,uudcr .considcrAtion,' ,could be 'The peculiar and isoiriewhatucharacterlstlcally balmy, and vegeutioii assumes Jmoi'edi-' new 'college' under 'regular and steady and unique semi-tropical character P ,W.J- WPODWARD.kepreieminsCHATtR ; .
:: "was at first'denied oh the ground that a committed.- '''Democratic' termination .o ately a tropical character'.' :The! man military.discipline,'while, instiuction. iu ol the vegetable capacity ofFlorida." & INGA&et ,

* balance of account was ddo :the United ; hejruthJs| ( )' the late war 'was' a warbetween' the 'Iat&u pleaintn ss" in Louisiana grovd,3 mastic5, gum-elim i<"cocoanu t and military art and tactics shall be' Imparted 'Very iespectiriti 'submitted, 10.10 iw if FtrnaixSna FlorMa.jSlSTRiCT .
the macses ofpeople who'coni.posed .- other-trees'natives of the an., <:y: *. W.Watkin
t Suies from thi Stale tropics are HicksComnifttee THE
on ao-ount of COURT OF
yLi'cW to observe
: unsophisticated
thb Northern States 'on one side,, indigenous along the coast from Cape JourthIl shall.bothe .constant purpose John Yarnu.njfc .). .. JL/ THE NORTH-
Indian: trust fuuJ, and pay meni"wa acting without Tiglit-and without ;the has very much tlie a'ppeanincp j of a Canaveral ;the ?Board of'Trus UNITED STATES FOR
) gross southward ;; there.are,cqa- :of directors aud instructors to adapt At request of the tKN DISTRICT FLORIDA. Ia "Vla
jHJiitJvely refused, except It should authority Of' a ''legitimately 'organizednrtd breach of faith, was as' it iidiv4 sevms put frees that have sprung,fromthe nut the colleger.to'&its special' purposes, 'anc tees 6f-'lhe Agricultural .College. I the matttr of Jame J. MuOand, Bankrupt,

l e required ,by Congressional &Ct. Iu government the Confederate.Sut. *"; noV 'entirely1 impromptu. Judg'ing1 by whjch have'washed.ashqre from vesselswrecked likewise provide thorough economy accompanied thq committee whose Northern- W District tonoic.-that o(Yio da.'TtiI oa the day of war

the meanwhile conditional contract for with a regular government against which the t.eUOofthe along the oa's't, vhi h .bave jrii its management by. regularly tlevoting report rhavo read. I endorse what is i87S.*Warrant of Banknrptqr* ** *i 01 *S
'extract from NorthDistrict $ '
I as.sovereign jwcer treason could be committedonthef following themselves tiriil therein District Court of the United State, fcr de
t the planted haTe"gr'own to a portion,of the time ot teachers aild said in regard td the clintute and *
saIeoftbe scrip, wienobtJnedba4| \ '! other 'side. Th r oljject of a late edjtorial the Mobile\ Register the height of 40 feef'ahd' We"now, bearing cholars ttfthtf regul'aran'd'practical pursuit country described, leaving.it to.the wisdom hnd/of JacicsoniriJterin of Florida against tbd the County esoue oT otJamcS DuV. l'1'

HCOCffeCLedbyW.DpUlqhauthoVice. the war was to overthrow tho sovereignty the end.was seen ong ago,'*'which fact, fruit. The cocoanut i' very:.sVnsilive110 of agriculture, horticulture and the of the Trustees,to decide in what District/adjudged a Bankrupt on his ow.jeuooiuThat
President of the of Southern Slates and reduce them ithe frost and the cocoanut and mechanic .arts i fait tuannner'their trust should be excuted. the payment of any debts and the
Board/ at ninety .cents; however, dpcs'not la the Jeast excuse ; imaking Ju U betonfing W such Bankrupt to bia "J
per acre, the then-highest to the condition of conquered provinces the Involved the mangrove only flourish south of the some ex ten t ,a manual-Tabor school ltnd S :- ; : M.'L. Stearns',, tU property use.and 1c transfer of**r property kr "
going duplicity The Register *
priea. ; which: thet assailants were able to.ac.conpHh : frost' ijne. In. view of these fcts, I enable thus, from the results of it Own : .:Gqvernor. forbidden by Uw; and th*a meeting ot ,, Cred
'Tlirough: the'efTurt ourdelcgation in against al) principles ef American stys : : think, that Ea'u: Gallic Js'Lbemoteligi-. labor, to"contribute largely as possible Tallahassee Fla. May 1st, 1875. of one said or more Baoknipt.A *ignee s ptes*of his*estate* debls.,will*be !5Ta,
? Congre* ,nn ait was pasJed directing tboifcf1dellverytotheThi8twtof rigl<{ by the force overwhelming; The last,cowp de'eoof the true and blfl.site fur tho College',, all things'taken to its'own support and maintenance / .._ \ ff m j Court of Bankruptcy!to be hoJdea at Json e>J?

r t f the scrip bo. | fitjmbers.; This,wai treason to'the Southtrn --' loyal people: 1 pt.Louisiana was the crowning Into" consideration/ Biscayne Bay I Is Fifth'.-It shall -also, bo .a matter of State News; ,.' said A,McLean.Ijistrici;taqv.,it, the.Kegi Reglste.ter i to'Bankruptcy.. Office. **J JJj
44 : Jongjng to FJoriJj. undf ai soon as Stales an'd, a yiolalidfli of their rights ,apd finishing one". Withbut the more tropical and the only objection toIL special effort to'adapt the college, in its District,on the zjh dayjf May, A D. aSiS. GocIock
'the pracilcable sovereign communities, nor 'was the Slightest"disturbances" tb6 blow was Is its'inacccssabilityi aa:Gullio is agricultural and,Lorticultur'al character, 'Hov 'the Ancient City-- liked the A.14.' SH EKMAN CONANT.5s IMSU.
scrip iras, delirered to tho treason 'diminished by the fact that inconsequence truck, and Louisiana has:conquered a is about 40 miles 'south of Cape, ,Canaveral to the peculiar and unique semi-tropica F1reen's -Ezcm'ion; :"-"-- j jOn' 2W. TI S..-Marb4-.. -'- -.5r.- -
I ; ,,H Treasurer of tho Board, wh then com- I of their defeat, they were uh. peaceIt's' "eflVcts werdto unite: the and is)1sIar.! north, as theCollege; character of 'the Vegetable,'capacity of Wednesifay-last; our quiet little T N BANKRUPTCY. It*the4 matter

c ,,Dieted the condhi'>tml contracj, |or Its eat | able to punish the treason. Democratic party solid [and,' to heal all can be JocatedAnd havttthe; advantages Florida, arid thus inculcate'among the hamlet was sudlenly'thrown Into an unprecedented X ofChaHesFridaiburs.BaakT jK j

; .at ninety rcnU, and,by d true tion of the ',?rhU 2iLf slightly in 'general t/criof/ the; divisions .ft'eliug/.and ,opinion of a scmVtropjcal, 1imato. Ilere 'tho people a strong nnd Intelligent ,determination .excitement, cause'di by the.iEtna NorUieni By order District of the United oThtds'sioemsid b/ates; District: *04 Court. *

5 .; tilo&rd and upon jbeadvlow of the Camp ; from the, fraternal and pacificatory flswtll that grew out of ,tho..sc .euljej Wheeler lime, lemon, guaya and sugar-apple to avail themselves as fully; as appearance'iR>onrj6treet9.-.oflhff ertmectiogiofCreditonia the abow case.u .
I Compromise; ,to give ..lhoLrgislaturoIn grow to pert'ection. It is only six! miles possible, of the vnluabla, ..climatic- Steam,.Fire Engine, and 'the >Phccnix, btId the 4lic, olW;A/Mctaa.Eq..
i4 ,roller otheState.Lbeppc cdsmuun;* as tnten&eiy joy i tone oif. "tfiefCmJij ,t.x| LJi.houses Into, the kfeepiilg of' a Irbm TJak6! Waihlngtoni'vhiclr Isl:the vantaea9H1iaSato,, : .. Hose,Company,, of'Jacksonvilfe'; both Bankruptcy I/7S.at Jackaouv' l.A..on U.the. on 17*s aid.daY'. "
; *ing to $6JOOO was iovwted in Flwrid* iiatforni'' ,but, as the }noro Democratic majority, to put ; Kellogg head of steamboat navigation, tipon the ../.With the sistanceand dvcjof, theCtipmlssloner on a pleasure excursion,, '**'' UMOMMMCWO: *ath>tft t t&59 of thC

ri State bonds of 1873 at eighty cents, which j j"nfctttd recent,uterauce{ ruu!>t7Lcorumand, the uader bonds to keep'the peace'as .figure I St; Jobns-ind is ;tbe ;pjace iibere.;the -AgricnUurev and ith The: anriouncemerit'was.'made v here, 1ankrupt Act of March.. ( REELEY 4SIig11CC.
: ttr jomclhinir ver-$100,000 in these'U g atcr-credencc:. .Uow.! stfan Qtbat; bead Governor!:of Ixmistana forltlio rest SoqUifW b 1nland Navigation aritl"Improvcment his'co-operation, tho' ..directors shall, establish some' weeks' ago'tha"t such 'an event Witness H..Pbiiip I r:mci.5 Judge of ie said 11*
6f his term; to lay. Senator Wet And Company Jmve.JoQa.led, thel an extensive'nursery*' for the'IntrddueUouauidultf1rs.tiotiut' would ''certainly, take! pIacev-Xqd our btet Court and the seat thereof. M J
>nJ<, all of which are now on deposit lacy should doubt the entire loyalty of would-be Senator Pincbback quietly on : canal connecting the' St. Johns wlth! thosairirro "Anciefit City riremen'*hare not.'sincethe 1'-fh l.le in said District this,4th da7fT)31P

,i; intact!In the bands of the State Treasurer. 'the good old Democracy the shelf where they can cease from Indian river. and precious tropical and scmi-tropica announcement was made, ceased' in 1 5.5* aw D.-Wr, J. 'E'i,1 pisricL



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: 1- That words fail to expressthe ..C. EMMONS v...i; .4r r:4: :<: : :-i4) ::t; .' ". ...ri. ,1'i se-- i.
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>1 .nesday.jj} i9to9.e) our I sense ot appreciation'of 1fonwhIch 'lP. = ;':=AND -REAJESTA"tE:"fcXCHANGE.linen JNITED
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A cumber of oar citizen have.gone gallant firemen enjoyed their gala we met from the Arjiclf nt ATT64EY? NZ ; : lfdi\l-JJ. I' ._11J'. \ 1 .o.to,. 'il ".. ,. .- ,._.-''". ,[ .. ,. "POST OFTTCT D'EpnTllD1'

rervztfliitiittend: : the CdnntrjFair.hich day, and from the-beginning to the en4 J, City JSTo.,,Ju,. of SL,Anpistiner.and the .l }f lac; Jill,d. .} *" ft-* ,' :. I'- ': ., i Wa.bmstonAs..tits4.'..ISO ,

to their Sti Citizens generally of that hospitable Fncdmaa's Bask Bui1d- .-- b.riDe..J1a. 'l -a./ -",,', --r .,'., :: .. 'ropcu1a.m be Ntdwd ac the Co.rsOc.' afte
opeis toldayIPTe Jre glad vto excursloa to Au *line was k I &r7jcTj -'F.n I\'i d : -J thIn Depsnsucni saD t"-dDcIt .ofay pC".
Mr EmmoM dissolved fcis
and continualWecessvan a'ye't I have nh City, and tho memory of those happy vuh Jf f. 1i)1 Railroad wia receive pmfcnional miscenancrofcajdn. idfw OFFICE IN UVERtixjt an.1zic. CEANu r ( bedacld.d b7 JJe..i8y s.'earvy1n M inatis ,(
interest -
Bee BO much displayed bourse will ,.ever .be engraved on the ,e1lil&4 1t"Jt ,-J !r 'r /5-i. au : ; *.,, lk fcent. oftfct U ailed StaId best July 1'.1frl. to-Jan. "

soon to have the .pleasure of an- beard one single word of complaint, hearts of the JEtna 1 'boys. That to the .T.-laterat as the rate ot.evci &lid w-te'Bth1 mi(et'twV .per dq II'&ODIV1fl lie psIdaThlty :'itdalt'mowing,ot roofa departures the MIl s..ofkllWa.arrivals acrtia

'Lancing a like exhibition in this.coun-: from any among .the, :number .,of,those fair ladies of.:the Ancient. ,City.,;w ho STEAMERS. t to the pnllClpal,voe ofthc aD dcpoa DcpoaiUJr.wbkh aa bave rain.dhie.I8OIII1Is.le. the Osah,.- ho sddsdpt3afly. -, ,. ;: ' *- __.. _
those who will exhibit theirprodoctS who stood on the steamer,jjtoctaway greeted us with their presence mnjddwered t 'ztse.-- ..118&..1 t. t'it"t. '. ;'" '$crwkziioa$;& 4.

ty Among bound .s wUfc(their smiles! we tender 1HARLESTON AD FLORIDA LoAJ&-AJt --rs ecci : deposit shall be L..J Is.atqes oapatt- ud pertaUI ,. ...t, fa 6031 From Jasper to Aacruu.14.aiCes aadWck. oaeawsek. .
Mr. for the Ancient Cit The ur- ,
at Fernandina Beatty, ex the botnage;; %r 'curl ftdrratioh and IbiaScas.of.I'i'- .' -?*?$&
; Lea 8 .,
v*Jasper Saavday at a aij -
.ho 1f l( display.handsome Jot of ,ion party Jacksouvilleabout twenty the pleasant memories ot their :u(c>cii- STEA t.P CKET co. R..E5TA'Z.-Tik C'IIrpOnt wiD ac u bUatees'.J.paI"' 'a ale at seal ci Ihuncai ', Arrive Aacruat by ii at; "

NiSr1th minutes'aner"'ime been il' d"aoace-aa f'ratatea and property generafly. ,- .. ".. LavsAnerambatordayattyss; .,.i O
rtit.Mr.: G .) Thu.sicil. ; having delayed Lion :wil\\ ever linger in our heart of t 'r.,, ,,"" '. :' .
StrI1fl A.atJa.pevbyspin. ,
instruments; and A. G. Grant by the usual slow folktf* who cable hearts l" b JAMES H. PAINE; : 'SAM-;STEAWNGT' f ". ':. JONATHAN C! CRKILET. Bond ranirud with bid, 'ftt' .

Res<)itcd> That we tender our brothers SCHEDULE I 4..1':1'1 rcsidtu; ,'. ..,10 -'; .': .'. .-'u-- t. ;TI'IUUftJ. From Mills )Uicwukee: B&S and
and OF lop BsBry's m n
puffing blowing ;np $C.g! ugyayand th'e* JEtna' who: enable attend CHANGE .'H .- ,.". '. .' ". -
pllotographar' of : were to I "..,(1 '1,1': .'! t',_ r 't1' : ..';. .... back.once.week. / -
many climbing over the taff-rail the excursion, our sincere thank; I QUICKEST ROUTE TO THE NORTH.On : I .;>-' -.:. -. -. JI. i-;" b f iIt i ;.-: ": Lana.Balkysl4nis Saturday at!. IIIII

Ballad, Concert just as we were about to start_and:raany for;the'reception'''and refreshments .on and after the igth last the steamers on this toile I.. .o .". .._' '$:; 7ri i:. ,? ,.t'Al4. ii--t;!..: .:, ,..:.- .Arrive ins.Mirrosukf at MKCM )M.*.by .pa.y at I a BI*;.."$.'fl'

entertainment if home also Gen. Ledwith .STATEpCOTJSTy-i AND': SCRIP Arrive at Bailey'. Mills Vyu a as. .
A very pleasant we others weie left behind for being .slow our return to fwillnllusfoll..iJ.l'i '.- UTr SOLD --CURRENT RATES.
Bosd -"
dwitkUd.lMO "
iaay be permitted to form an opinion in their preparations. At any.: rate,> as and WlB.addresses.: Anno. ; 'Esq.'. ,.Tor'their, welcome I I. THE STEAMER, DICTATOR-,;, i iI : .Ar .;{:1 itn"! __:.::_...,--..... ./ .>j -. ": ... ." H''f' ; 16080 TIM FreepoH> 10 Point WashtagtoavM- Bales,

.and the I CAPTAIN LEO YOG EL. < 'sTATDlL'iT ., iLjaarlback. week.. .,"
fran the programme parties soon as the boat got fairly into"the JZesolrcd That the acknowledgments ,. ;K.j SEMI-ANNUAL, ; : d. ,r ., coeaa "f"
/ 1 1'o15 i Lear Fneport Saturday f pm;
altering it, li to be given Mils evening stream, the.cabin was cleared And, the of the JEtna aid e'and''are hereby ten- w1l.-TUESDAY::ti further evening"notice and, leave"CHARLESTONevery SAVANNAH every ,_:" ": ,- -t az's .'-i.,'J, ld! 11':4; >-..., 'I "> Arrive at Pome Wtshtagtoa by 4.30 p Blj1'*

in .Metropolitan Hall, under the auspices dancing began at 9 a. m., and from that dered to Mr. JB...:Tpsni! for the' use of WEDNESDAY afternoon for FERNANDA FLORIDA,. SAYINGS BANK AJHT.REAL: : ESrATE; >!:EXCriANGELTfatksomilte 'I.avFointWashiatosS.autInya&5pAzl4oaItFnepoItbTL30pin.. -._ *at.-..
J. M. SLonc assisted by iisJHall ..on the evening of our return, JACKSONVILLE AND PALATKA and intermediate : ; '. : /.:; ': J'j.-: ,,' '"" Boad ".two. ;
of Mrs. time until we reached Tocoi, our party : : } i
j 'n
and members of Evergreen to- the" papers of Jacksonville;hand St. landings.RE'TURNING I IWitt &bL. ;4.t..f.1.q ;. Florida* -J "'Jf."TiJ: officers enjoyed themselves on the ,light'C4ntas-, : .. miles and three times froa
the Augustine for the. complimentary notices -- -- -- ----- --- '. . .J back a II. Julytsi to

Chapter. Eastern Star. The performers tic toe to their heart's content, m- '|he extended to. the excursion 'leave P PALATKA eierrTHT SDAT' evening : corporateJI ;ulI; ,; 814 :. .1, apital l.S \ ; o: :"' "" -tBTw November. 15. 1875, ;. &ad,;' M.a7 ssJ.s.3o.. .

luxe taken great pains in their prepara- day Delightfully cool after the' Tain 1 :Bel lric4.t: That.tbe.SecrfXary ..be in- suit and the JACKSONVILLE tide. FERNANDINA every FRIDAY same day morning arriving to f".' "f,1f J. ''')! 1 .'; 1 ...' 'II .f,: : ;,T. / "- : Leave* 5amt Mark's i ISday.w" ;.-R- _-

ttoj and rehearsals, and are determinedto of the 'previous evening ''and just cool I strnctcd to prepare a copy of these resolutions SAVANNAH and CHARLESTON every Sunday.' -. -,.z. ASSETS ; -. ; ". I ; ,. vr /. Arri'Sadaasta.vast Saint laertsa: by tp mi ... urLtar -

to sipned by.Iho Foremanand THE STEAMER POINT Office Furniture and at Sail*Them*,... 'we.rM*. .,>
Mr. CITY i : *
n.iUrcs7. .
a success S u*oo
the concert L..J JIU..J..T-T-, '-"
.make enough to nuke dancing a rcca'bleReaching 1 Secretary, and presented to the ir Ots" ,, ____ 1009D4)r : sad Friday at,a.; 't*
several solos on the CAPTAflIJ. W. F1TAi ALD'1' State. amf v ,>. Q'
Milford will give Tocoi about, 4. p. m., the Ancient City's No. liv, the"enterti5ners. Wul leave CHARLESTON every* FRIDAY evening. Real Estate County In the city Chy of TreaJury Jacboa.tDe.S.Ja\. .1.758.'07'S" r in4wtbi4os," H ."it

flote. work of unshipping the engine and hose: oi the JEtna's, .as 'a slight "nromentf* :of SAVANNAH evrrySAl VRDAY. afternoon State.Caunry.Cay Tax CertiScates- ;-' -<-*---- ---L---.:-.- .__,__ ,1, 91 13. Boy* Frw.PHatks r"! .' .

will be large audience train the enjoyment of the :' flunnglheirvisit for FERNANDINA, jACKSpNYlUeE"PALATKA Notes and ttartgages,secured. by pledge of real estate and fenoaui pieptitj of.thealua.of ; 'and back-onc*a wwk. .
there > from the boat the '' ",
to was .
trust carriage ;
We and iniertnedSate : -
boda ,
; i '$3t1Q.-. -.'- ( '
; < -- --- 7
St. and also that the .,?. yr; -. r : r Leave FUatla Saturday at a iuAMre .
and iu short ._ to Augustine! R FT.U RN-: G 11 Reut&cpaid1aadvanc c- _'-__ .(. -.f_? -_.. '-. --i------j ,, f, 69 ro, at Iwbt br..10
ir _. expeditiously performed a : above resolutions l be published In"the .Unexpired JnIoDCII miUIDS___.__' : -' _. '0-. _. 60.. i.caiIwInSaatatip BU .
; :
time after our'arrival, everything beingin City papers of this City :and the) papers Wit leave PAY A'IK.A everf'StTNOAYXeveiuig, TOUI--I. t _''__ -_ ,- ., -'J&09 "j. .ArTpre as J'ibaka bY 1.P.a.
of St. Joseph's Academy.beautiful .";' .u
Nic LLE-everv'MONDAYjoirtiing suit :
Pic JACKSONVI to wfh
1'be X.W Bond ftqIIrtd 1Ii4]
readinesswe moved from. Tocoi, ;at In St. Augustine. the tide. FERNANDINAsam. !! ,, arrivicg .at E ;; ; -- -:'- "- : ). -. .
The grounds about the about 3:30 m. and'reached 'o'-Uf 'destination : ( BATA> / ,j ; J.tC.:A- nEu. Savannah and Charteston evceXFut.d.y evening. .. LIABILITIES.;/; r-y..0 ::": -, ; I ,' .'609. From SaUri'1I Lake Jisiup'. $81ft.and
p. f 1
back, Week. $
one a tZj
JadiYi ,
.Ikpoo.I" 4.169
mill have Foreman. i i ITT j jjn---------- 7. ,. :: .
neighborhood ot lialliday' a little after lour o''c kick Looking : Secretary THROUGH TICKETS AND BILLS-OF LADING "-"CptaIStock paid ft.TrnJ-.U.: .-. '....-___-_____ .paa ,..; f',. >LcaYeSnb4Sa.-day.}' .<. .
the ,Annual GIVEN TU.HE-W YOKlw PH1LADKLPH1A. i Undivided Prvfits."paII 't :,.'. Aniva at Lake Jatfup by ta at; '
for. 'J.
this ; 'i T 7.1 -
/ : : : :
been chosen year out from a window of a 'passengercar ,1 That's So. _. KALTUlOkE, Profit and Lon account.U ...-?.-<;: ,,.. .,-......,. ,...:>,..,.. ,'SoS 35p57 8.,09 Le4. Lake Jesstlp Satrnday.at t>. saf I-.

pic tic of the pupils of SL Joseph's about a half mile from the Ancient: These Steamers make close COtIIIediOIlS at Savannah TTFPFFWRIPA4 ; ?,. .-,.%;.?.,.;.?.'.,. i. .; "ArrIv.siSsnfr.db'ypinj Bond .with.bid' ,rthlb'-
Oranite Slate Free Charleston with the New York steamers. : 'JlI't : ; .;;, i'J >S "":- .'" : '," : ', 4)oor .
will Cheney ofjlhe: "
The steamer Eockway '
Academy. City depot,.I espied an anxious crowd, AGIXTS. : I,James H.)'ai e.President of the Florida Savings Bank and Real Estate Exchange, From Penaacala by TOWB Point(sv.),ta Mary

lere her wharf at 9,'10:30 and 2 p. m., old' friends and others Prest, thus goes for ., RAVEN- EL & CO. Cbarlestoi. do solemnly.swearthat. _. -'the..foregoing. statement is true b the Lest' of my knowledge. and belief ' r' J61'& ,4$miles and back once a weaL ."* .
some looking for : .JAAlESH.l'AlYE./Pniidata. Leave Pensacola Monday at 6 Savannah:
for the grounds, returning THAT MOSQC1TOVWhatdoyou'thintof STATE OE : .. \- / '': .Arrive at Mary Esther.Tuodayat: 9 a jjrj
to-morrow, disposed to make ones. As soon EFFR EYS. BRO &SOS,tC'ntaDclina. '; "" '. -
psv where 1EFKKEVS & BkO.J.ckaonv1e. > Duval Coonty.:j-J- {. : i T. Leave Mary Esther next day by 10 a nu,
at5:3QandatC:80 !). m. During the I a place SWITB and subscribtia me thb>3d day ol April AD.asn.L; Andva&'oeisacviasextdaybyppin. 41
as we reached the station we were met : R. J. ADAMS, Palatka.$ ., ._ '
the aretoo lazy tobite ? ** \ --.j' /> .
even mosquitoes with < '
C. H. f Boad retailed bd.;| owvFor'laws'relating <
BOHN Augustine.
will literary- ,
give il r.J/
Lay, the pupils the Ancient Fire Mr. ; Correct. u JOXATHAK c *,Treasurer.: **"' > [sr PubCc
1 by City Company.". ?' Thai is the query which passes ., 1 -2ttf'JI AAue> yBU( 'r .yy 'f to the postal service,fijmw(proposal

fceirsftK declamations, &e.. and a band : TAnn hi11. Foreman: ,of the Ancin| Citys, around this'mornin ; for.iilthough we : -- q -- -. bond and : .. and for'tftstrocrJoa*}aadconditions.
attendance Tickets j THE DISTRICT COURTOF; THE j ., N 1. '', .- I -be embrsced.in the aoBtract.-advevtixemeat >
ofnioslc will be in jI in few and remarks !. retired last evening with at least two-or 1 **Af 'O'!- '*=-', v .s form
I a appropriate we UNITED STATES. I j USSEY. .. i/ :. :_JSO.. W. HOWELt.. of this date ia pamphlet ,to be'fcund at
round 'trip' 60 cents. Children : three hundred mosquitoes in'our room, i ,,:1 ., ,. the termini of each route or by addressing;t&a 5o.dAmInaatPostmintotGeaeraL
_ fof the ,; comedlus tq St. Augustine and offered :?; '- : I
-c- 't-Slt- / : i .
I and H ; .
([the; first Ve bad ;>een,:.ear? now .- POX THE : rt
over six years oltl 26 cents. < I Lb"el hospitalities of the Col. Bids should be seat la sealed en velopes.superscribed
us s city. then a stray one,) they seemed as reuctanl'ns NORTHERN DISTRICT. 0 OF FLORIDA "H-USSEYlJ&:' )HOVEL "'f 1prvpoaa1s.Stareol.Bd'ad- I

-a--- Win. BayaForeman,the. Etna. responded we,to enter upon an aggressive IX ADMIRALTY. ; : : dre to be Second Assistant Poctmaster Ccakrat.Washington. .

The City Park. and said that ho anti hu friends warfare.and we awoke this morning Albert Jones. Thos.Evans, Sam'l lames.Archie d I JihIoiiS: { I AND RETAIL DEALERSlitJBQKTS ; ,, ., 4-3i- w .O- C. ,MARSHALL-JEWELL Postmaster.General.PRbrOSALS .
unharmed the having discreetly Ha j wood and Adam Brown, -" 14 J
The city park really begins present. ni i army .
the ejtcursii! ts';weroaltogether unprepared .v.. : ,
creditable appearance, ami by for the of kindness anil.'quietly.rctired: The:'Steamer'Charsumy boatxjtacile? {apparel S HQE. SLEATHER" FOR MILITARY SUI". 1
quite a display ofthe night.Vhethertbey! will return ; C and ranitur T TTHIS'IS : : '- PLIES.'T:

the next season will become a place of and he trusted that at borne future time to the attack oriibt, remains' b 'seen. TO CIVfeX6TlCE to'iS persons clalnt : .J ; t

fashionable refiurt, wore especially, .t.ht'Y ,would be..iblelto TeC'iprl'C\tc.: Mr.' but we'intend to be better prepared to ing tackle the apparel above mentioned and furniture Steamer, or Charleston knowing ,or her having boats 'L. ; .''; & FINDINGS.- h' QmcB-, CxxxrQ.M.r21e.DW'T.. Ky., Marth or TH*'3 SOVCT.Loutf rt rs-. ,.

the lady visitors at the St.Jamee ot the Phoenix also returned repel them. Th" conclusion reach, is ,ft,1hiOl to say. why the same should not be condemn- J _" c '.i-t, r!:< a.- v'Arcomplete .- .SeALED PROPOSALS1N7RIF .
among Cooper that'there is as much difference between cd'as prayed lor ilt the Itbelt that they be and appear tJetsual eoofidM..Hi rwtrveda

Hotel, who can hardly fail to take advantage thanks [nit short but very impressive the Florida roosquitos and c'ur'ferocious before the Dulrict Coutt'0'he United States'for the assbrfnient"of NewY rk and.Philadelphia fine lkiBoAeaQdaho) th oroca'A11.S.Quar ,
\otthern District of Florida at the Court Room,in saa.i1mia&tbeseveraL costs Baaed below uaftl'clock IS
of this charming locality. address. The companies then formed ilowi-'suckfrs/jat.hontxv! a*; between alive the city of Jacksonville,on Saturday the toth day of t < <( < > hand *, .r" Mon Wednesday.the txtb =1I15; p
Various trees have been transplanted, Yankee and a Florida cracker. April,A.itX. *T5.it ibo faie shall be a day of'jurUtiction. Goods always on : .- : ?b.: at which time and place they wel'ctaY. to the
tn Union brass
column, headed Iby the, 1 .'- terwic, t>. thierh a dl$ of jurisdiction for Samuel Dtrnbar & Co.s ntcseMCoi bidden i*ike dcliverr miBtarf supplies
and we believe that a variety of charm band followed by Ancient City. theXtOL thereafter then and there to interpose a."claim" ,.and : Soie -agents ; in' Jacksonville ; : da fag the ttcsl year beginuing July a.187],and eadug -
: wANTEDr' make allegation that behalf 4 : .: : I.'H. June 30.iS/a,asfoltowtr :>
ing flowers will be made to add to engine and company, the Phoenix SHI.RMAN CONANT.V.S,'tfannal. Misses arid Children's Fine,Shoes.Goods.sent.Tjy ... ; ; ; : ; Wood,Coal. Con.;Oau. Hay and btraw, lit the

Six active white boys. Apply to the underMnedV Northern District of Florida.IN 'the'JState. aQ: wing named posts: LouisvUle Lebanon Lancaster
gooj of
5-5 aw. mail expressltb.all
the attractions ot the place.. True;. carriage and company, pnd fuel cart jaottoovjlle dcbc t or parts. and Frankfort Ky Nashville. Honboldt and

but a tingle marched from the (:ast ,nest_ *to Xanepa's. BANKRUPTCY. In the Dis. Chattaao.TeftII.,Hantsville.-MouM Vernon, and
the park occupies square, then .
They .
company. tQc.,4 "/" .- Bay .Sfru/1ftaT'Laura Jacksonville Flp ; Mobile Ala..Atlanta and Savannah Ga,Chariestoa.ColumMa .
tria Court of the United States(or the Nonkerndistrict _
made W A YOUNG ,Furl Jukason. -
it be Yorkville.and NewberryS.C
but ruLlIlS it is, can a very through the principal streets of the
depot of Florida. In the matter-of Charles Fridcn-
Fort Macott Marion,aid Raleigh NC,ud Su ,
- - -
pleasant pot, and we trust that our city far Hall where they bet;. kaxkru *. ; --T'rT'"- ------ -, ; ;; 1 Aiitiszine.Honda. ". ft
city as as LyonV TI.l1LSHEET ;;
1TORE NEW AND }IUSIC.MNIft. ,Qicc; is hct"by gwen that iSeabove llaaud Charles : : HOTELSA&DBO4RDING HOUSES. the.sappties wul eaarn.Uined. .
1 Bids fcs- portio.of be
RAILR9 any .
I authorities will take proper steps for halted and were ordered to break ranks Frideilig. who has been adjudged a Bankruptupon his : t. : 1 .
.Smith Norton & Co. seem determined to
; own under an act of Jngreu entitled !Aa '
petlIlOD. tf. rig* to r>e "eraB
Tin GovenRttnt icservc
having it kept in the bt.&t possible order fur the purpose of partaking of an ex- 1 corp to? ,Hh die times so far as Atnsical Merchan Act to establuh. a uniform 'T."tcm of Bankruptcy jP.t& v.:;r. CO.'S RAILROAD. N HOUSE; bids., T ?
*iave ,t their throa-bout the United" States approved )Iarcla' t, 4 rxj--; MAN w3'be given to ar&to doowitfe '
disc play''c l &.and just received Apiefcieiiee pro-
throughout year. cvllent dinner provided by the local .;. .. 1867.has filed is said Court hia petition,praying to be .,r. 1iOa.'J
-- firemen, and it was a replst-that would I I elegant store in Mitchell block, on lity StYeCt.a., ouckarged Item alt hi*debt awl oihy claims, provable FEOMFERNANDINA PORT ROYAL,. 5. c., Blank proposals and printed circulars-- shovIng the
majnificrnt.stock.of fine out jcal ge Fire! Fire! have certainly done credit to the best ; ,that cannot fail to elicit the admiration of every the same at a Court ofliaakruptfy to be'holdcn'beiore _QlCEDAX._ .KEVS. I The NEW CITY situate on the South Atlantic coast, nul nwtructioM as to the manwrr of bddiaz/and the
W. A. McLean. :. Kejisttt in Bankruptcy at his and at the terminus of the Port Royal Railrettd. The terms contract aud pymentc55 be obtained by personal
Upon every alarm of fire there Is kept hotel table! in this city or else wbere. lady performer upon the piano-forte in'this city.' tthceinthcC Jacksonville, in said District, on great desideratow.so long rtquired then is BOW developed. or writtenapplication to the Quartcrmasien at
5-t the of A. V. o'clock 'M.at .' ""
at AJ .
the loth day May; U7 io .. ; the various posts,or to this office. : .
greg cause for complaint- Irom the After partaking of the delicacies, which time and place all Creditors who have proveJtheir i1idv n. '&nITL L.\.ya. RespectlUny tite Stoptriatendenc aadntigMd.-lately sweJAMf.s A. U.L'l.CUcf Quamnacter.U. .

MILFORD debts and othr person to intemt, may,attend 'Feinanlinaajm. 4 45_"._ 4 43 Oa. that the in she I _
fact that the Fire Department is very companies again formed in column nd 6 .- < -* Augusta._ ,announces oa yb *
and.bow -- --- ------
.hithcprayerol'aajdPCJ.W.ana'should ri'rliakiwtp -- -- -
,___.. .. =u. ...... _
"'Ia.*--nlM.lna | .l-It-. rtunmf .gClarenrt Mr : fct1En< -,-.i- 1,7 40_ 9 oo. 7 > 9 oo .1
wnerc :
inefficiently supplied withbose, and: marched fr m-Ule nan to Inc river ,F!,:,and til Bran and SfrifftJiatrn- \Vunes H J'hitlp Tiacer Judge of said District Start -..."_' "* JJ...L.1I. o, __ja',6...10 31Archer. NEWLY.COSSTRCCTF.D AND JTEITLT 'FUR JOTICE. ..ll .'
what little have in their the JEtna and Phoenix displayed their, Court and the seal thereof, at Jakso-riUe-itt 'p.; Ie.Y" &__$6-'a 113. NI5HED .
they now posleSion "'1 tl'crvui ft} pcf quarter of.4 lesson Apply '......- S.INTERNAL REVENUE SPECIAL TAOtE J
'' $ ft.a.] said Depict the. 4th day of May.A. D. 875. .....,.. ..11 so. *. 37 x on.t, .
is comparatively worthless, and : skilL in the management of their inachines .t Smith.Norton & Go's"' Music Stoic";address P. ; PHILIP W'ALTlR. Bronsoo.-r. *' 3"lIS_3 'J- I 33-- f 39 MAN: :S ION. MAY' i, s87sJTO>AFRIL-30vi>7$,

liable to burst the. moment water is much to the' enj0yment and O.Box lay ; \.1 ;:.i- *-d j S-" &'* ss.CIak ia.C llui.Aai\lll$trMt.- l Cedar Keys_.-.5 53 t p',3_33-. ." P... ) ,o- ; The Revised Sauces(tW Uaised Leases, actioas'32.37i 1.

'' COIXC JOIt1'H.i > For private antj.transient,boarders., Confideat of kf W.and 321t tceverTpen pced'ta
forced through it. The department has amusement of the citizens who crowded CALLAT OflicejaEAf: : SOU'THERX' RAILWAY Co., m. 'Q AmMVE. *-lUtAVB ability from past experience, she will xealooslycoitsait any business avocationr sa pUt mint'*. !i>J readers

(CoKcitdated Cedar Keys_ a. m__ 8 15..- a. mL.rojoUroneonj Ac emnfort;all -who may patioaixe and at him liable lu a Special Taa.to pee_ as*} placa
4ot even a rack upon wbu-hjto dry their to witness:i the.,scene.. The engine at the Smirt.Norton' &'Cu's.' ,and see'their. : $60 Orjans 71 Broadway,New "erk. . 4310 50-._u aj_ .ia 31, terms. the awt. favooble.. : .' conspicaoaalj In his eablisbmcitut place of buMaeB
and it was/taken in s-ti it' '_' Archer.;.........-*ig ....a.n:.35u j8_ I 30" 'A"IE.B't'SSE. a stamp denoting the payment ro Said Special Tax for
hose of THIRD'
I op coming from a fire, U .:.lose. perfornjnnc* !j I 7. I T'Hl ALLOTMENT, Gainesville..,.. ._it 54-- t 14.. I 57- t 04. Dated MariA 1$...1153"114! fit: the SpecU Tax>eaI'-fIqI"'iD May1 i;s3 i before -

oot to be wondered nt, that deprived of charge by the Ancient"citys and1 housed : INK INK; PENS, '.' for redemption s5oootbe5rst fo\c.rt e_._ __ 2,66.I.._ 3 r- 3 *3-r- 3 34 coaimcacingovcuaiauiag busiarj> alter_Apcuja,itjs
Land Gram and Premium Bondi of '
Mortgage ea-.L. 1
$ '
S45 5
J'"a14win.J- 5
all) facilities for taking care pf fUTb for, the.iiigbt. 1 Pence;, Pen-Holders', rcDcfiiJat Saulh, Norton Great Southcra Railway Co..(Co soli edJ will take _. : -.F_. 6 3S.i.- 6 4aj 6 3tf_*. 6.- maa'ccd Jackets EUCKY'S. The above taxes quoted embraced are the wtftja'illWw provtsioes.m, 'i of.,_the law .
-' ; the & Go's. i ti it tLweu Meuopolitaa Hall,'City of Jacksonville rtor- Femandinfr. .... 8'ff p. -<_ 8 p.p>m, Reailicnorti :
property, it fchoulJ soon become val From'this time until 8 o'clock IJa..ii Saturday.Way ist, 1875 at 10 clock A.M., :
: ....._ ---J__. oa'
DeaZe ,I Equor 95
the romantic ..TWENTY-FIVE PIAXC6,WANTED in accordance with. .the. plan of redemption. COImiDtrt : Ion oo'
ueless. hours were wiled/away! / among ,; T. W.: OSDORN PVesident. At FERNANDINA.win Stea'wer City Point from' Dealers whoksate Iiquor1

U a fire breaks out in the suburbs of old scenes surrounding the city, ill exchange for new' oncs/atSKirH/NoRtoic&Co's.' 2-t JUHN50I..T1'CUUrcJ' Charleston and Savannah oloeda,.at 4 a. m.;Meaner THE'COLUMBIA HOTELiS. c..ft6nt and Dealers Dealers in,Btalt matt 1 liquors quern.1woaI51 retail. _,. ._. i.J 2 so no ot1I'
- .c 5 It.W.. F.WHEELER., .taf. Ukc ibrfftn CUtIcs ant Savmmh)3 Jrorvlars at finest Hotel ia the Stare cuntinue to be the resort of T
the city, the engines are doing'as ..much: and at 8 p.. .m., the bill ojcned.at the H'': ; :JfrVOTICE, ., % 4'a.-tIt.-."Wtth-sleamer'l4xite-'Baluir: Savannah afl northern and Southern travekre:has the toott spa- DesMntaleaftobsno.a -Idealetsinkofto.cco----.5o on
win pledge sell Clu Gentlemen's Underwear COURT OF THE Brunswick and St. Mary Mondays at 6..at; for. claw fponn and the best table the market aflbnfa. Invites fort
until BfCKT to c. sale cents
And of over'laoo..61tJ'
housed could do .and kept on
House was
good safely as they I Florid .up DlSTRICr THE those pcjnts en F/idajs.at Ia., m. visitors and iavahdi sojurnin at Florida to stay, $
Blanket,Overcoats,Cloaks'I' I ,Coverlets FOR NORTHEKN r CYCry'doUuiaaceuofr.
a Are. simply because .there is no means: about 3 o'clixrk in the morning. ,- ;Trunks., Valises,Silk and Fur Jlats;and myriads DISTRlCr t.LORIDA.-I..1J.ankruptcy. I. M BALDWIN.with J P & M.R.R.from''facV rrer-.day.situated or rwo audway.betweca aad visit th. dcllgbirul the extreme section North wcowury Dealers In mamifactorcd tebarm i i. .......-m.. L30..., SMaauEicruienofstiih no sAnd

by which they can be supplied with At about 11:30 a. m. Thursday the of other artides.too numerous to'.mention:at very Ira In rdw'nt the ni.'IUblf'nJrI matter of Henry Van._ Duhlen' ; Banku&tY .sonvBle. At CALX at tdyp.ESV lLLE.m.t tbrjactiiiri1kat will' uvweekly stage 9:0III InefoiiTanrpa : and 110"ilra South. 1 be proprietor be.spared pledges(or wake tiat hi neither time- for c.,itS mDufxt1Imf.J- so CoO '

water, nor will there iw until the city companies again .formed, .and marchedto #, "$. ,_-_____ ilt4tfrURNITUlJE. This is to give not ce.thai, -the'3ckblat' April : 'withstage uncLe Kcwnaasv'ue. Tondays gueaia comforttble. And: for tfA worJi ibacon cI..d"a_ ._-,--- ,- not/
Warrant eisued out of the hLdIi cugusoi* : '
: wa) -
1875" and.ki4iy.-, f m ...s"'thtBiIIi.rdi r
i: AU the D and >- oi"Prddlers
Authorities take ome action upon the the dfpot in tbu same order-.as on Lfistrictof District,,'IJ't tloridaj oi the.; against United States''estateOr for, the Henry Northern Van At CEDAR.KEYS.with steamers' to and from Net rHelqraphcare.1eI. b.;li..4in.; ; the Marmfaeturcis-xfcigars.of tokacca,first!_d**tdtaa- toot to t

*rtjccl. We thick It would be an admirable arrival, hmch to the apparent regret of Just receiving from the schovner. McDoaakl,over Uoblen Jacksonville, in the County of Duval. in Orleans"err Saturday. With steamer from Thursday Key Borses of other aaiimli)-._'. .'_ 50 oaf t
from these 4se'W1WAI GORMANPrni .
: Thousand Dalian 'onof F Furniture,IdJ such variety his West and Tampa. Friday; places. Peddlers uf tobacco,second etas(two horses ow"other i
arrival Tea said I>i trict, adjudged a Bankrupt on own petlbOD.That
.lan for the foreman: nsmtnniCircaan the citizens .;Augustine. On an*'njles a* will *uUthe, ,demands of. ,; the p.ymcalS offny debtS,d'the dtOivcry pf any *.;'.With, Steamer CouL.from Steaawr-. .Wawenock.Sundays flute: for animals).4;,_, _'_.;Jf a5 on

.and( eagiu ers.of the different! sit thu dep<'J. wOjK'.hjpa th. party were Northern prices with freight added" Call and examine his property u o,and belun the ng tr to n tr such of any Bankrupt.'to'property/him, him.. or arcfort.Idarn for Tampa Suwanare. MondaysWith Fridays: fur suwannre D. L.MAXWELLT5P3 ;TuesdaY' .. Fine-Cassimere.Siots.styEsk. .., -aitj. ,aarable.,as.cIqipIDDELLHOUSE _.Csstr eddles a cfi mal iolrcs>-n.-F,.third. ',cLs... -(sue, .knonn_ L' 15-" \t.

steamer, and the three first.okersof in readiness for departing,,, three, cqmplluvsnury ,atjlicU<}.stand,south,side,of Bay.street, between. bv bw>;f and that a meeting of the Creditors U dcnt reddlcrs. oi tobacco..louru. _' cuss. los' axx,- _otJKUJJ.:;.:. woo-. '
said V Jcrup( to their debts and to chgoseoo ; .' 1t ; : He cuuvt Wet.JacksonvflIe. of prove / -
and Laura ; .
the Hook and Ladder and hose Compo.oics cheers were gif u. for the Pine O. LrvwGstox.' .'rrutreLAssig:>fhii estate,;*31"be held ar 4 _11'0' j1'i ; j. i. ,. Brewers of less than y ltham:1a :__'-I. '.-. So no :.
C. ..
to meet forthwith thu subject Fire which, wasnswere4t i y tf. Coors Jiaolkruptcy to be buUlen at Jac canvas Ancient City Company, ; I' I bid District at the office of the Register, betore W.A. t who shall Cut to with t
so1im' Ot1 'SO:. VlcLcan; E.q., KcgUter in liankroptcy toe said District ", i_ _;_ .'f : .:' > Any pnwe.ao.iiabIe. coa nry
will be to-
thoroughly, decidd upuu .,-1 material iiabeiJyreapGnSe.' / his address'delivered {'the'toe meeting-of the .on the zEtb.day of- 'Hay. A. I>.187$,at io o'clock AND SAtnJ..T; ELI..Pacmtl". .the..l.foregoing cL .noniremcnu sobjecf.. '-f ssvsw 4 !'

it actually indispensable for the Reaching; Toeoi the excursionists em In Association Is ./1"1 A. M. SHER.IIANciNANT, I MOBILE RAILROAD CO., :.pOI's.-raaWctoparuyo.9u-WT.' j
Florida Fruit Growers ,says: $-$' U.S. Marshal for said District. J SoA.A.KN lGaT Oflector. '
proper working of the Fire>cpart.m baredagaiua on the Rockaway and as a mkn itfr, Jtu'rllrt,fok vi. + Off .*!?,ihs 1'-, k.-- GmnUL Svvxavrruouirrs- -->-- -'- .,' Attantic.q-yg Ieada1 ot. orire oTeicbteea. .. ,jniles" .on UK fiaest. ,, .of aadaboM Internal Revenue must apply at .!) ,. pay for a**" I

An4 then lay ifceir) memorial before the closing scene the voyage borne ward was lutJJit tuf friar,Vary q.tM.t.II.IiI'* Great ySTRICTCQVRT THEA.OF THE TAIXAHASSU December 19 1874._/ .1 .Refreshing. sea bretrcs;" : 5.-.the Spiciil.,- $ Ta and' Stamp without or fimhcraathe.sea mpe they.BeadV"irior.to I
Growers Asso = ORTHtKN I May $
of the
Chief and bill be them in leepiugviLh' the rest of the H'eft. The proceedinst Fruit Onaad.afte. SUNDAY..DEC. so. 1874. F-- OPEtSUUIERAND WINTER. J. w. WDOUGLASS.
assistants to by quite lafankniptcy. ;
> tciog published a'ih'Florida Arri- trains*n this Toad will run as&llows: ', .. CO.llai.i DitcrGl.L* :
elation are :
pOW. of/Ovaries i. Mather and Frank t.TJul ger .
the f thematter ,
bejn i gain In
submitted to the Common Council entertainments, dancing the ocean,ktreet l, !{04 P. ;: ; Office of literal Revoke'i
sale at omce.
_r. f*ir rift. Copies tor .compnsrac the* 'of Charles L.Matberft Co., DAY_PASSENGER,Daily Sundays excepted ,( j'
p-.!tJ Z for immediate relief.'i.fling order. of the day until our arrival atJeffreY8' two doors fron Bay. Address Bankrupts Northern lUtrict of Horida.K. r' : i J rr : f '.r --" i -A_, ,Perdaj$3,0._ ; .Washiogtoo also.D..be'made br ary to sad. 'stamp;\ f1lO--. J
This U to give notice that,w thebrsidaycM5y4 '"" 1.&aQi.Savaani._" 8xo Per-week_.?.. ,, _.',.'',,.from>o to'15.i1O. Applicatioa may .
the whole .'WAJ.TOW&Co..jackto.vW Fla -tevjacte m cored of S..C THOMPSON Depory .at
wharf. Taken on issued of 7"a' t
of out
io this application let a coin- Wamnt Bankruptcy was 0.50 :
1875. a Baldwin, Chattahoochea Satis Ktory arraagements. made with. familiff, lacksoaviBeJL.. A. KNIOtlf, Collector.
niiBfle be raised In i each comPany, who aT>ettcr organized excursion never left a :d *o cents CJT a specimen copy.' .' :the Northern jiarictCurt JJistnctrfC of Hqrida-the Uuued*g ttl'ik States a tetate Lethe of lake Chy. P. xIjvc r.. Qaincy 1'aIlalussce..IOO_ 8.30 Fine livery. ,aAJUIII..bOllS.- -. ,IIC-01 ,J JackionvUle,Fla AP!? at .87J, 4:3*in I

pleasant to Charles L.Mather and Frank .:Little(firm of Charles .. ...H. : ,. T 1
Jackwa7illtnoroflc'more ; _
may IMS .ONLY CALL '. f' Oak35 ft' r _.
enqowere4tA e aIi'ocev* of Dtt- 'f "
r.f ii jLt i "t \ I 1. Mather Co.) of Ja property owner and, tax payer and.solicit all cocBcrncd.I' .. as ofber; have dooe,and be conyioced that Cheaper val ib aid' Uiiuia. *djud&e6 bankrupts oa their own. .4 ,'7a1Ualieea&30- Live 0aJt- 43* TO CONTRACTORS .A JR JPJLDI !
: this without ''otxaiaad, Witk rcS fruLictoa. petition; that the payment ut any debt and the dcliv.cry Quincy.?...., 8.10 M Lake Gty_ 0.00 I ERS : .;j jHaiing '
from them : ahbotlxlofie; report Jiargalasa of beluogiag'fo such bankrupts to .. RESORTS
voluntary subscriptions any property Arrive Chattahoocbee 9.50 Baldwin Lie : completed extensive aeW mul m coaaectoa -
sufficient each' material making especial mention of the kindness i Pujite i and attentive salesmen Jo wait upon every one, them or fur their u e. and the transfer of any property Savannah" 9.15 Arrive Jacksonvile-w '...5Pa5oCIt1eft. WINTER with my former ooe. 1 aa prepared to fcraka alt '
toprocure as !great and;mafl.at THE GBAT SOOTHE** BAZAAR. by thenprefcrbiddca bylaw: i'a4 tUlji meeting oi SPENCER kinds of Gn hmgmacrasachas Bocei Bahmcn.Piai .

aay place the Fire Department in good I of Ceo. JI. EnierY1, lUmpn: Her.nandez. .';' _:!. tl-14d the-eOlrurs'of said b.nicrupts,1 .ovctheir of their dcbu -"can go through.to AuMark*Mondays.Weunesdayland 1lwn.' HOUSE.! ST.IAln'S-G.\- .. Columns,louldiBgsScrea.Saw>r ink.Lash J
and to choose one or more Askignces estate Friday,and return TlleAdap. Opposit "cmsndIaa. Fla,BOW often First-Class acf Flooring Planed Tongued and Grooved and Beaded
working condition immedlatel!. Let 1 many other citizens and the -_ BUY BOOTS WITH will be held at a Court of Bankruptcy,to be holden at days and Saturdays. iodaioasU desired.- Weather Board.Beveled no S
the racks to be remembered,. ju. .that lovfijy ladleiof the Ancient City, who A. K. Pss-avAt's-stamp" upon tbera. ,Tbey are supejior Lee Jacksonville W. &. McLean ia said District tsq*Re at the'Register'.liaofcrupicy ofcce be-toe 0 NIGHF.XPRES.Dady. ; $ per day.- $12- ',to f 18 per week either Dressed Dressed o,; Rough or Rough'as desired.in any quantity PtuJi of Door all siies sad,

when and sufficient )hose has 'beprocuredit were untiring in their exertions to make ot4floit.cix._ t to-31tf'. Mid District,.oa.the... aoih day of May,A. D. .175.C' p. M. P"I. With all ttus comforts and cooveniencM'of a Northern Window Casings. Pickets. of every anrf any-na.1
good ..\ -- ..- to o'clock a. m. SH tRMAN CON AN 1, Leave Jactcsonvlile.4.oo Leave Savannah,_j too Horn. ..St Mary*.situated Bear ihcBiouhol Ac St. lit a word everything fa rile tasber ban the builder
may.belt'"t.atdl! til1esn gs Jacksoovillians entirely( at borne. .STfJPE.OOt.S SACRIFICES 5-5,v. U. S. Marshal fcr-d District.TlisrrRieT fl 1-''' Batdw1a- J-5S ', A. M. Mary*River, The bcatioa and heakhfulnes of the waataw My Machines are allS of she latest
'I Lake City.._ .r live' Oak.....'3o place U not surpassed oa the Southern coast.' STR. pattern and are used by siOled workme.; saduthy
a The last ssene >t the Metropolitan Dat1f. buti, and momentarily [:disposed or UJ : : d6\rRT: ? .p "*" before cb*. -
serviceable condi ioti. ) : "OR THE Arrive Live (Oak 10..10 Lale.'City 4-33 LLZZ1C BA tJt guts-dir a to the,Hotse. Partieshaving yourselves asto price purchasing

There t tire '','hfcl have- occurred llall d reception-by the members tf the z&.l4tL' ,. CHEAT-Sotrnn, ** BAZAAC. /UN ITJo'D STATES FOR THE NORTHERN .. a.Baidwia...... 7.45 thnwgh tickets can have them exchanged by where. 1'I'nansMatsaris&ctipa: ia-wotUwashtp--J anweliasatmiitiofaataial.
"' S"
: Jacbou.iIIc.
; DISTRICT OF FLORIDA. I. Bankruptcy. 'Samnaab'IsAm.e 9.10i parser of steamer to ItOp'.at St Marys or any ,

in our city ought to teach'our 'property ,aEtnairho could not possibly avai1lbl'm-j_-. IE PARENTS.OfaN .%\ la the matter of T.. B.SimpUnSj Bankrupt' Northerni.trictofF1orldau ,:I .Korm.-A Special Train will lr uc Tallahassee Sar* other paint desired.iiuke a Liberal terms..mad Send with circular.parties 5-27- if- 1 ALLWALLACt.- ':: ..
to permanent stay
excursion wid regulated anilies purchase fliefi groceries cJRfck f m;arrivIng at U- Oak g.?*Pr. Desiring, -- --
owners selves of the urdays at 3.40 p.
a lesson. In the of all the of \ ."* ,1 ar
case April "
; tf1 < -This W-togiv notice. 00 d..day with Savannah Train. Returni*. leave LA .TOURETTEHOUSCl Bergen'PoiatNJ.wb2open : I'.L
1"21 connecting COX.
that we know anything about, much ,'* upper provided for their returning! ; PoMk's BlodQ Bay street 1875.a Warrant of Bankruptcy was.-issued ot* o* the. Live Oak.. l a,m,.arriving. at"Tallahassee. at 8.50.. May 4 *.1875.' Ji BOWMAN,Proprietor.row W ." :' <, _
United States for the Nonhmt '
District -Coun itTthe' .4 .J3 -f ; .
.: .
liable! pruperty has been defl1"fyed that, rflends with welcome spctcbes by Geji.J >Ulrict. *f Florida,against the estate of T. B. imp ROBERT WALKER. -. < DesIerbetJjT.AND'T.GtlAEt'ES1.''.-i:' :

NATIONAL, JJAN&FLORIDA kns. of AloMiecttO,ia the County of Jeffcrsoniin said _?_ Receiver and Genl.'Supt. Business sisaUcYs., : ; ,' ,'. .
la all probability wdoW havtf'Jieeirviv- dwjth and W. 11. Anno. &q. Ttcs : II1S1 Duuvtadjudeed a iBaaknipt oa k>* own petition, T. C.SPOONER Master Transportation. : 'p-* .-' ,".-i',, ,1 -.1. '. 1'l"'tctI

ed bad of pleasure onlyto ; !; that the payment of any debts and the delivery of any 1 1 u If OI.LUET..
days '
wound 'ENNE1T
two OF : .
there been bosS enon 'to secure "op. : proPerty vetungtng to sUch Bankrupt to him,or tot his .. ". 13 HOU.SE; '. : ::
a full supply ofwater.f we walt .n. I I be remembered as among the pleasant ', : ucr,and the Iraifcfcr of any property by 1.. are drUd.a S. SWAIM, ". .}' ..'FacsXos npyEed atr ular saaricet rrcs i :

W a really disal1r ui j'N"ur.. it will = of 1875. : -. X JACKSONVILLE by law; and that a meeting(Creditprs of T 1)) 1 .l'1,;, 2POR.r ORANGE, :FLAfBy I .. --.t ::1
the season debts and to choose toe
incidents f1i tj'rrftifit im J :.. said Bankrupt to p.rlIrir JEriR ..
be too late T '2 at 1AtiiCAt '. "'1 ( I .' > .. ? ,
to discuss the mailer fdvifl"geously _;- J.C.A. "fEjcchiiic or mot.-assignee*,of;his estattwurbehtld at : 'DOBBINS "AIIo 1
( and.'w" thcriifwrolbbp* jtiut ;,. -JII ., *OB- vanaah-'and New"to York to\,fDd Ez 5.td.-jii4rici Court of Bankruptcy, at the to Register's be holden Office at Jacksonville before W.,A in I IMcw And W frCHMAKERj Urte'with J.J. H0n. ,I ,,'MRS.BENNETT. > MRS., '" X STAiiriN'Til E OLD;'MARKET.

Bremen will act themselves"in the mat The ,Etna Engine Company.;' change oa all Noij ern points booglsf, _,"Q., cr.1n Bankruptcy for tab taken a window in WALTERS UUAR STORE. 'Tbi.new home 5s now ready to recfve-1ICSt. liLt FortBaacCMaBodatiooofdowa-tuwa'cuMoWn. .
> :
ter. Without hose what i i.'an>*Aglnc T..cuJ.RE '.RATESrDIRECTORS District,.jpo the 311. day of May,A..t. 1873 pt0Pfuci 10. two dooo wt of the Po flSce,'bere.be to prc1'Ircd comfortably famikhed throughout and Is capotle of accommodating ."""*
meeting of the .tna p \ UHERMAN.CONANT, with a good stock jpols aud material to do say Liad 34 praNo pains will;be spared to. I&WPAYtoO.ICSMIt.' BK. .
At special ;
,good lor/ r. 'V Ste-Vire.Enjir a -- _-o1. held at. .' 'NDSToCf/OLDEfiIl; C ;. *wlq y SF Ma jut far said UJMrict.TN of work ia bis tine.. ; make the_table satlrttrtrry to its_patrons. *.* i** ; -_--_H. E. WJLCOX... .
./ ) |
1/ t TheschooaerBENNETT
-The'Astensibn 1wsfsda1ne dar-en'n tng the ''firrriri, -J'. r..E'tn Fjpc Mounting of. Florida'Curibsftics be obtained BUCK YSj'ICKET
D I their room's oh MOD list,. JiHCLu.[ I .BANKRUPTCV. In the Dist IAdkaumkrwtart, -

the Catholic Church were divested .this lO;h, ost the following resolutions were 11F.. E.Sniwu.PMIIX I W. A- McLiAN b1 JL ; Court of the United i tales ft?jbe Northern \\'t, ." -, ELIZA ,
C.'A FAlaCluL. Diattrlctcl Florida. W. H rtBankrupt. .
Esq. lnbipaiattClboe.
> RntiwcToK, '
time of much of ILa. traditional'jubela-: an'antinoBsly passed: SAM*! RcKntoTo, Eq., DAWO%Guxxz.au; fAqv -.. i"f, I 1. Fme wMcfcea- earcMty; rhorocghlyandaogonoj. Win leave Foster's wharf Jacksoovuie.for Port sad'Or : OFFICE :;;
..: given 1 ibehove-named Thos.W mPtyreP2Irtd.'r' ange once ia two weeks,aflbtding particaplcatant -' .
W,C,Sovtiiw Notice Is fcereby ;
Lion the Steam FireEn ,Jq W.14arr' a:1 worthdgng welL safe-&ciliticsa.'gthat place. ComlortahUCajbin .
generally farrounding commemoration ; WOEEEXS, The JEtna September li7+. ",-IT.: < Iiarj who tot bcxp adjudged a Bankrupt upon 1i- -If Lts worth dobigat_ Accommodative" For particulars apply at > llJ-J8

by the church of the last: gine Company having returned from I1'UFJLORIDA own petition. tstatli.h under in uniform'>ct of system Congress of entitled Bajilroptr ADAct '7.' '. '---i. a p jo tuM .T DOBBINSGUNSHOP, FLORIDA STEAM 'PACKET CO.CORTlJAY .

'** of our Savior' life oa earth. In ihe their plea' anivj tt th/ Ancient City, PHOTOGRAPH throughout to the the a United States," approved-Marc taJt nJO'.. A\'. : ,H: VA.JGY Comer Do notice Bay and of the Hogan lime of streets.aninlaad Jacksonville.departure She 01 q M" '. ,
to the b. itum to 49- flir- '
deem it to jgiro expression ,has and in saWCourt p praying 1' .
absence of Father Dufaa, the services gratitude ropef and tq> acknowlega ,., '- . '. ad.l from all his debts and odIQcWu6 provabU iJJ3t'JP TIIde she schooner will be cinnia 4be paper. ays AND PINE SIS..i.r1 .
a feelings .r and thai hearing be had the ,
: ; under said aft a upon
*tre confined to the celebration of low of those who BO 1 ; be holden betore W. '"L '' ,,
their appreciation .. FERROTYPE: GALLERY 59tC at a Court of a"ruptcy.I? .i-- ;Percale shJrts.g.nice.at Buck?i. "
mass and the reading of the reflections: contributed to their enjoyment. ,;?.. 11i':" > 'i } .,: ., -A. McLca thi Citv-iiickioaiv1lIt., CJ:' keptcr na"kruptcy in sald.LtisrIct.at oil ha thI9th ofice4e t. ;.: i l IY. :.I !.IVM.S"S Tickets sold toaS paints Kortli'by Jt and ala '.
proper for the day. be it'thereforeBttoltcd. : > ATUurtic JlL;'BAY Sn r. .CIUOIMii' dar tf May A V. 1875.1.t lo'dockaqm4aI : Steamships from Savannah and Charleston.J.Abe

That tbe,.Etn's thanks-ara q.-' '; J.- : ? .: :.,> 1: : which time and pInes d.credAorf wbcpbavcjuvcdtheir E'Hb'v.J SAtlXV -, NOTICE ", '- .< '. ..."' :.: ; .

due the cfiiccra cf, -jhe *tearo f 1; ouly.fiZace; &t the State where every)nvtch of debts, and other persons in inter t"may attcmaod 'The Steadier. Rockasray will dUcmuiooe_ bet dadtripn '.. It -'. I -iUi.-i., 1'tl'
*'The City Point, from Charleston to : and the Art|s Sucoossfiilljr Cottdu tccL Open for busiae;*.1 shpw cause whv.tie wayfrof s4d'jKHUonerihogJiHdt A half interest in ooe'of fhe nct 0onrithng! aad pro* W Tocoi on aid after the.STJth. April llTjThe RETURN.EXCURSION TICKETSo'
bi abl. seaman* .
ta Eockaway, for. ? &p toA4MuBt; JP..M.; '-rT bcrnuited. "* Steamer Caa la c anfn 5 t reasonable tales b""FcunkoscuJketby
this daa -
will leave .
excursionists city .J of the Disj .. '
said "
like manner In &naging the bojit and Witness Hoa. Philip Fraser Judge TTOflANGWGROVES dayofrMonhght, or contracts cai t. 11 l i i.r ':se) -at I 'J ;
f0tP&WksatiIL :;' .ift.attm'i'tJ. --ia'iai"ot au \: "-trict-c-t'1UJ4 1M seal UIID..ilas*JKkIoaYillc aE.i : h -o !, be made for carrying freipit oa itaxinabls tcrawb y .
m., next Sunday. taking their precious Ireight stle.t to aphotofraphs this District'tbIa4lkdAy. My "D"18T5: J... IG.V't' l'i.dut t .. $ 1-c. : b'aaJc 1 'ff T -
further noticed Out-door.PhotBgrapb t: j applontclO'.iJ} 'Hit eIsUAW,4PItL': r
Fare from {OCSl.' aiJrie > taut ..... wPHl.W"WALT.I&. IaEastFlor.ida. For particulars apprjjttthls'aflic ; np tftl'4j
JackRonrilf* A g TocoPand ba'cfc I 'notice uanc w .5 J J'1i:; 3oa
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Connecticut: aoi New Harapshirej great cause can fire thousands with one > 'w ,. V V Attorney"alLtw and Notary' Public. __ --..

So much hu been set afloat common purpose; Politicians bate frittered '. : f. f : COLCORD V
4 nonsense. V
: away and toned down the Republican CLARK : : NORTON KOOKER. '
\ In' attempting; 'prognosticate for the faith until Republicans seriouslyask JOHN : (FURNIflJREWAREROOTMSIS '. ; VS" ;,1: VS .' ... : :"' 'f V

:: next Katlonal campaign.' JU. probable) Why are we Republicans' New FORWARDING -- '; Silcc flof..to; Hide aad Skin boslnes*of '. ; V V !DALZ* :! V : 1.V '

t: result* as Indicatedby data drawn from Hampshire'called loudlr:for: A Republican i, V '.- ." '. .' : HrCROWELL! f; REAL i" ESTATEV : ;
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recent results of elections; that we Invite policy Republican principles. AMB VV _
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declared D A'.v-lS" borner V
Connecticut that the party true : : : V Bay and Ocean: vtreets.
the consideration of Republicans to foundation principles always whip COMIIOMEItCiIA2VTD '. .- .OF ALL, UNDS.V, V V

the following reasonings of the Buffalo the party that Is emasculated of these. : *,"i -- .. V., -.- '- 'Highest'cask .Prtce*.paid for.RIde, Skins, Furs .
r S : Wax IK.SAMUEL.- V1 7"1 I) GENERAL INSURANCE AGENTS representing the :
I BIAUUt IN foflonfn
4 electionIs .
:: which : Moral-The next Presidential V co-.
ptu. Bajs V '
,,,, to be fought on the issue, Federal supremacy PROVISION!, OIUIN.V SOTTS. CHAMBER V. V ? V
New and lost '
We gained Hampshire B.' HUBBARD V V rKANKLW PHILADELPHIA WitI..w.
andthe ..,. "V V J ....oIOftt V
: Connecticut.- Both were fought on national vs. Statesovereigoty, HAY V &C. V V :" V V V
8EGARS. V,5S I ,
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take ; COflTINENTAl. YORK. V
must early .
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; issues with opposite }
This seeming contradictory decision can radical.! uumistakable position on one .Sole, Agents, for Florida for ,,, V ( :::.:i,,., ;' 'T ., facksonvittetFla.t V 5 MAN TJ'AN.OF.EW YORK,< $7,000,0100
4 side' 'of that issue. There Is only, one BARS & FIXTURES I PHILADELPHIA
1 be reconciled, we think We Undertaketo Avcrm'l Chemical P.Jnt.aad MOSQUITO V : ?ENtf OF ,
,; that the Republicans carried New side that It can take. The lines are already S V SV ;Importer andti 1: DealerV I
say formed the other side.and whites Patent Money Drawer LOANING :MONEY ON REAL ESTATE AND
on ,_ CON1tEYA1cA
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radical : ..
: Hampshire on Republicanism .
skirmish has been won by them. Agent for SPECIALTY.
and that the' Democrat carried Connecticut -
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I radical and that V S '. 'f'' V V I I r, I STLUi UZZIEBAKER1 S V .DREW' "Aftlbe' ( few of the choice
on Democracy ; SuIts. tAVIS) & Suits. V 1 : l.EDGE below! a many places (or sale by cs :

the lesson of both elections is the same. MISPRINTS.-Mrs. Stow ,jn one .of VOLUSIA. Parlor Chambe TOOLSvTABLE: :and; :POCKET No. n: Twottory house Oft AsMejr re.iij near St.. If o.'105. Duntawtoa Plantation.

V 1. New Hampshire.-Lying Democrats her stories, says that it is good for a ,." 1 .' ... Suits. corner of Chamber Suits ,CUTLERY, Jane i Hotel), pleasantly lkaaccd..la i one'of the best mild north of Mo' ui(o tali,om.even lit Halr.p Ihw.
and mollusk Republicans[ and Parlor ; "' V ,. neighborhood! *la the city; _house'b new,with*ts room, i.icO aeroi,io acre.rich hammock .. Ora ct:
careful housekeeper now and then to Suit., BAY AND LAURA STREETS. Suits. .. ..
plenty of doseta.and good servant room: lot 5'1 H from IHW s o acres:* ugh,shell land
V superficial observers generally: have Van Brunt& Bro' Line Sailing Packets, Parlor T u C"unD Nails, .Glue, Putt.. ;,. Glaa, ,raittt9Oils, sidewalk and the river ..
see,her neighbor's cracked china, (or V VFROMNEW : ; V. 105 Mot good tdICe, good street the bank.having tvn 01 abost" 'a
; construed theNew Hampshire;election V YORK.- '.: Suit. \f. V 'JAC tsoJmLU..Fuu: V Suit- ( shelled; grape to bearing: a line lot of feting orange with'large. tw'01IOf&uIe.' .... ...
p .: to be a rebuke to the policy; of' the Republican she may thereby be helped to grieveless ; LEATHER;. BELTING..RUBBER PACKING: ,: tree} flower and shad:,trees growingthnifuiy; good fiJIWMad: hoase comeada m.01 iL; m..1IIIIrtj...
well with back which it covered with and isV
i .. V administration and Congress about her own. sometimes tWJ6-IDI Bay Stftct.JackioniDc.FJori TINWARECROCKERY' 'PUMPS vino.pump on sold cheap. .urroaaded' wkb Iarp we7'Oft.. "'- .
Will be
.. STOVES. flowering some 15.so too ;evaber: g'nd ...
0 ,and a demand lor a conservative (I. e.c get sick over.rnisprintsthat we notice oJ ..: : .N. B. To captullsw "desiring Hg thing." there IhM' holdi ino gallons I i. yar ; a.:=

c V democratic) Republicanism. Harper' in The Methodist, after aU care taken; W- ILL50N'&''WHITLOCK.I.I. J EXAMINE; OUR. LARGE. STOCK.. Lead and Iron Pipe, I is a fine opening in Springfield; slew thousand dollars river aaddnintdt fcr transportation canal froM of IIIIIIIiIIc III<
11' is such fIe construer !Successors to Thos. A.Wilson 'j' will go a great way Just no" for particulars caqair crop; 1--- m M Ii s
: Weekly: one -we but when look the work of: and wild owng-e ttves om the pfa<. aIM tIOiI. .
we over DO IlS.sAsH.BLINDS.MOULDINGS.SUGAR Nortoii & Kooker,corner Ocean Bay streets : s .......
that in the which is 1 b M Mgar fa.dsa CBba,to which
mean page Weekly j
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editors HAITDSOMS Rtaiontc FOB -
; our brother we ,recover again/ .EALEBS IK No. ,. A limestone is abundant. :
; 4 opposite Nast's cartoons, in more than 'j V large rooms and kitchen double bay window on the chricrst ahcca hi rtbrlda J3TtaSl "-
.; one sense. Tbo'reverse Is the truth. Week before last bwe:caught, .whc"to0 V :; ... V ::Mills, Evaporators, &c. west,large double parlors double piazza on the south. lore the war -ajidl b!
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which several GRAIN.FLOURV AND FEED V VS commanding _'CI the finest views .Jacksonville: V,
late .
a paragraph on
kr %; V New Hampshire, was fought "on platforms :I ,joi lot I b. .101 .. VV Gtu Fi iingJoofi"i, Jobbing, 'and JiSmithinf windows filled with bur lights 40-incb glass and Dung N. B. .Do you want 'a sung>-jIllCi'i '*e'rna;
iV : *, 'Local' issues'and the characterof marked correctio had .not. been V jfanulacturen of 4 10l done Iorder.VS diy with cords and weights oe pulleys and reaching to the orange" trees and flowers.Ia t1Uddr Y OIl ...
candidates bad little Influence. "Hon made.. We 'will .ot'go'rAck to, them I ., .V 0ii'V'. f V Wl ,. floor,w0| "" ;....& .I1 casing are finished with moulda beautiful bc. iozzsS '=et.1a Spri fcId 5- '
101'. .101jtl. beautiful : '
SZJAcacswviz.Lz4 making finish bealtbMaod
'Ba) St., '7 leg and oiled and varnished a : within tea mi_ .die
ors were easy"aof&r. .So we must now A paper or a book is like -.i hian I ORN" MEAU HOMINY. CRACKED. 101 101.101 'V Dra, ,en. and.. .Undershirts. ,very. cheap,BUCKY'S.. cealng high,waDs hard-finLshcd.open stain, double 00 which to make is.ill' $a. V,,.. ,...., -=.
1 ; look at the two platforms.!! On nine of Himself 'who will 101 *..*. 101 ,, glass front doors,mortice Inch on every door In house; oCNOrIoa a 1ooker. V -'-
never beperfectinbody .
II 'CORN/ RYE MEAL clothes-presses.bath-
: plenty
china closet store-room, V
: the twelve distinctive! declarations of the t a'ndi mind till he enters a second .., 101 .;, *,.,. *. ww '. UILDERS" V room: hip roof. with cupola from which a charming No. 119. A tract of 88 acres: 60Kftl d-.l....
campaign the two platforms l were identical ..* . lU1V B V view b to be had of the city the river surrounding e'ockland: 'DC fronl.oa SCJoIm'lria>;twolwenaa
V 1 three did divide and edition, "revised and improved bythe: FLOUR.CRACKED WHEAT.&c.S V V tOt .. V 101 V .:.::;', CousIn.?;,4J hree,lots.making l7wo feet; good well; ..C t* IQDyt1c-! 'Th*is--the...doirahIc
; on'only they V 101 V V.* wi r.OUDC1bade trees stoned: Haifa mile from post-office. !*io-- the y Wnity d Jacksonvaie.Florida .- Will M dmdt4
t fight. The nine points 'which were so author.: SLROLLSAWING'WOOD' TURNING 101 5 101 /'FURNISHING/: ,MILL: For sate al a bargain. 'dcslnd.

Ci' plain that no onein, 'New Hampshire Ye printer hath a devy1,.. that 101 0101M010 D&D 0101010101lOlooooooooooooooooooocol V 101 'V '.: ,'l No.0. 'A large cwOoItorf house with V ten 'large V 'Noi.6. Sin eats oaAdi.gto.riftf a40iai 1M

disputed them were these: doeth all manner of mischiefe. This -V .1't(> ORDER.: V : : 01 JACKSONVILLE! FLA. rooms: thoroughly MW It.and Mwlsncd In nTSt-rate-style Hosae.couuining the V old vieay. ,:tala
lOloo DAVIS&: DKBW oolOllOlOloooooooooooooooooocioolOl with twelve(bat ceiling: : one acre of ground coyeno: : atabarga cNo.uTC .
1. Both parties pronounced for equal haunteth and mixeth V '
the located
devyle cases, Wood Sawed Split and b livered with fruit trees and flowers pleasantly ; within '
V rights and exact justice. the cto deth 101 lOloooo FvunTVKB ooootOl V t ... -, five minutes walk of the ratroaddepoc.: .. I'rlCO'IO.ooo;. ilmorcarnus Horn.-TV hotel kcentrally
types, ye printer's eyes, I : located butt of the bat fretdk Wick.i3
V ) V e 2. Both condemned the use of the V Cord Load. 101 \0100000OOI<()()OO<-.)"(.)')00101 The undersigned oildVrespectfully: call the attention |..,51>,>down,,,balance on long time. if desired.No a fiisMlaM. bouse tit *. for k
and maketh him drowse''when he by or V Brio* ni
for unconstitutional 101 lOlooo WAUMOVSK ooolOl of those contemplating building to their establish' ,99. 400 acres In Orange county; one mile fromMelonviik. terms apply IA Norton Toc -
military power pur- should be well awake. Ye printer 101 lOlooooooooootooooooooorlOl ment. They are prepared to furnish at abort notice all .< Price,>j per acre. ,
ii V V POItCI : V V V Ross'Block. Bay Strcct.'opposlte Min and Wfcar 101 10101010 D&: 0101010101 kinds of .. ,
1 : 5. Both declared against- _.aIrl'' term. keepeth therefore a learned sage,'call- 10) 101 ,loa 101 Builders' Material 'Call on or write to n.,and state your wants V V
V V'V VV.4. Both denounced pubjic,8ubsidiesto ed a pro fe-reader, to drive out this 101 101 101 101 consisting of OFFICE COR. OCEA AND BAY STS..JACKSONVILLE.;FLA. VV S

,tV 1 V l" corporations.! evil sprite yet with all his pains he WlLSO 't-4S wi; .. WHITIOCK... -_'_---101' 101 101 101 V V /* -Visitors always welcome. Latest papers on file.V V V i.19"
Planed Lumber
j ;: 6; Both favored resumption: of specie cannot, wholly put him away. For FRANK W. GOLDIw.PRAWE M.AOAMS. ... o : V V 101'101. _101 lot' .- 10110J lot V V Rough! and THE SINGER MANUFACTURING COMPANY'S CELEBRATED

Jt I payments. the spirithath: such nimblenesse,*and S lot 101 Mouldings, Brackets, .
6. Both demanded free 101 101
I .i t.*. banking. lurketh in so many places, that no wit GOLDEN? ADAMS, 101 101 .

1 7. Both denounced official V corruption. of Can ''follow' hini through all; : 19IALBM VS 'I V 101 .-, .101 S Scroll and Turned Work, SILK TWIST. .
man ; V ;
'r : V ; V I I *'* :IN V V 7.101 .I V : _10a :

; 8.:. Both condemned official rapacity wherefore ye printer sprinkleth his 7 Sawed and Rived Shingles, Lath ,,Fencing '

I V _V and tnal-administration. > types much with water,. forasmuch as FINE GROCERIES ,,' '&c. lowest rates. .This company now baying' 'SD full operation'at Newark New Jersey,the largest BILK WOW II d1e
at VAT -
4 V 9. Both talked non-committal on the all spirits have dread .t>f moisture, but '" world,propose to furnish a superior article of Silk Twbt -

V liquor question. eftsoons! :Vis: this 'demon,back again. fRENCH CONFECTIONERY. f ; VS THE FINEST AND BEST SELECTED 'We facilities have lor recently enlarged all orders our mill with and Increased GREATLY REDUCED' PRICES.
our executing dispatch.
lithe virtue I v : : r
: : Republicans won by ol'thoae'principles And printer spendeth his daysin IN THE SOUTH. i.* V
V,; .: the Di-raocrats lost by so ye FOREIGN V AND' DOMESTIC FRUIT; ALE.; Give us a call before going elsewaere. For the convenience of the public thi-i celebrated Twist U
V a war .withthe Wicked One, and WINE, LlQ OR. CIGARS, S V V V V
: If j tba; same. If the people of New Hampshire V V PENNIMAN & CO.
V ratified one platform for these thereby has become>a.most sorrowful! TOBACCO. ETC.. 4-14 PUT UP ON SPOOI OF DIFFERENT SIZES,

: :V planks, they condemned the other platform man." V Have, In. store. and: to arrive V Parlor RICH.. PLAIN. Clamber BUCKY takes the lead' ia the'latest styles V 'of Silk and V V V The finest quality being thereby offered on tpoolsjn quantities
Fur Hats.
ti-7tf ,
V.. for the same reason; they said So discourses an ancient writer of Sul l. Suits. V '

t V ;., jes" and "no" to them at the same in- this great affliction of human life. We FIRST-CLASS GOODS, Parlor Suits. V and- Chamber Suits V. ,FROM "FIFT'YY, .Up.\ .ifDS. -

4 .: stant. In so far the result 1 la as much atriumpb can only accept 'his philosophy, and Which,by making TERMS CASH, they offer at the Parlor Suits. ? SUBSTANTIAL Chrmbcr Suits THE JACKSONVILLESALE V 1 The above unequaled twist is'manufactured especially for the uee ol all kinds of sewing machines and tfau.

for Democratic principles as for conclude that man is born to ,spend Parlor "* Chamber for different! machines through the ctuntry are using this twist in large quantities,and as

VV Republican principles. Men did not his in with .evils whichhe LOWEST PRICES. Suits.,/ ,FURNITURE... Suits AND ; YSTABLE.S"
days warring : < ; SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS
V :: change their rotes from last year because S :

V : they saw: a similarity between the two ..nnot'wholly' rcome-Th SIc! .l AHrxlt'tm of the Ladles called to ourMAJILARD'S ,T are offered to the trade, all those about to purchase will do well to send for our price'list.. V

f V ; platforms. Something else recalled Aftthodist. .' V
them to the Republican fold. VV We are'prepared to offer{ our stock at : VV

*'" We mu t look for the differences, the Prominent among,the,,distingusheastrangers i V And"to OUr assortment of V, remarkably low prices. C. B. McCLENNY, PRorntroiu THE SINGER

ftntagoniami} of the two platforms to who have honored Washington .. S
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find the of the
cause changed result. I
V during the past session with their V
And here are the diffurencss the real issues -
of that campaign: jresence was Professor' Price, or; as he PIC-NIC PARTIES will find it advantageous to -:0- .Notice well-known is given HARTRIDGE to the public that STABLES.I have purchasedthe opposite VSS :

V V 1. The Republicans denounced tbo preferred to be called, "Professor call as we shall make the replenishing of LUXCH EON the METROPOLITAN HOTEL and have on bandA V V S VV & V V V

V "White Leaguers" and the Intimidation Bonamy Price, of Hoxford.' He BASKETS a specialty. DAVIS & DREW -
J-Purchases delivered
gratis. S.
of and outrides! on Union 'men iD the was a fussy, egotistical fellow, and MULES FOR SALE. : >"

,: V South-and the Democrats didn't. 'The those to whom he brought, letters-of GOLDEN ADAMS. V

e V J former were, indorsed and the latter introduction from Sir Stafford North- Rca? Marble Front Building,near Grand Na- DEALERS IN Those desiring to purchase will find it to their advantage : : : .-J .Jo1' '
$ 4 condemned the V to examine this unusually large and attractive ; : '. ,. ,
2. The at pulls.demanded ( all oot (who was h"r nn.ihe Hij hJoinI _11-14 tf tional-- Hotel--, facksonville, Florida. I All kin<<o receiving ;
Republicans or
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V Commission tired of Mph KECKEK.: WHITE TINE,WAU--. ><
: the people ot the South (black as well him. One day), were after very his soon disagreeable Very stylish Ladies' Hats at BU KY'S. 11- NUT, and CEDAR LUMBER. etc. ---'A-COl\IPLrrUlTrf'lrvr-- I ',j.--r VV ": '?' V

white the ,
as ) same peace, protection, '
V V prosperity they tln-msi-lves enjoyed qualities had become generally knownhe MISCELLANEOUS.K JACKSONVILLE. FLA- BUGGIES, PHAETONS, AND. V.' : '<; .- -'

.j V and the Democrats didn't. For this the was a guest at a dinner party, with OTHER "CARRIAGES VS V L: V,V V V VVVV

V former were endorsed! and the latter some of the highest officials! and, as : -- ", : '.

VV V condemned by the people. usual with him, he was determined to EAR.NEY'S;, COFFINS AND UNDERTAKERS of the latest styles. V V V -

; 3. The Republicans called Con- _
V V : upon lead and the conversation.
monopolize '
grets give peaoe: a
After while he said rather shout- ,
a or V
form of government to Louisiana without BURIAL CASES which will'be furnished AGAIN
., J delay-the Democrats denounced ed : "Now, all you listen. I want ,

s all Federal interference with anything everyone to give me his or her views AND AT THE SHORTEST NOTICE

that may be done in Louisiana in other ofheaven, 1" and he proceeded, in aloud WOOD COFFINS and on the V 133,254 MAJORITY

$ V V V Southern States. The one was "voted tone to ask the question succes The only known remedy forBRIGHT'S

: V up and.the other.down by the people. sively. The answers were V various, ,MOST REASONABLE TERMS. STATISTICS OF .SWORN SALES FOR. 1873 :

-i ; If. anything in national politics was but brief and to the --=- -
passed Now it finally it came DISEASE, : Companies. Sold in 1873. Companies. r. SoW III Jtz3.
by Hampshire was
I V V an endorsement upon ol the rights! of, turn of the host, last of all, who, thus and Mr. G. M. BRITTAIN is my authorized Agent THE SINGER____ __ 231.44 Americpn B. H.__ .-.-- 140lb
and will be
every Manager found the Stables
4. citizen of the South to federal protection answered : "Well I hope that heavenis And a positive remedy for ii =- ready to attend to all business always appertaining at to the establishment Whee'er &: Wilson.______;_ 119.180 B&Howe.... -.---.----.__ 13,19

V a'' place where people 'can di&ewithout : _,_ --0 t;. B. Wc< LENNY. Domestic.....___ _...__ fOI14 Remington Empire_ 9,1'
the of thb ..
; duty to lay
fjoveminent GOUT GRAVEL STRICTURES Sept. 16. 1812. iiaitfGentlemen's I.p
__ Florence -
V Grover: Baker -_ ,86.179 -------
V Vj V its bands on all who violate these rights, money and without Price. ,DIABETES, DYSPEPSIA, OF AtL SIZES AND QUALITIES.LADIES' Weed.-_._. -..-_______.-. :31.760 Davis____ _-. 1)61

1 : ., the duty of Congress to Anetion such a There was a general roar of laughter, NERVOUS DEBILITY underwear at BUCKY'S. Wilson _____:_ ___ 21,247 Victor V_V____ V_____ _. ,JA46

: V restraint by law. New Hampshire voted but the Briton did not see the pointof V DROPSY EMBALMING;DONE AND GENTLEMEN'S ROBES. Howe -. ..__.___: No returns: Elees________' '3.431

(federal supremacy and force bill*. It the reply, and said : "Oh! oh 1 ALSO WHENREQUIRED. Gold}1cda1..___. ... V 16.431 Secor._______ -.-- 3.4)1>>
declared that we are one nation PRESH'ARRIVAL :. ._ ,..,..
J$4 one You regard heaven as a free dining NON-RETENTION OR INCONTINENCE OY WOcoi&Gibbs- _____ 15,881 vEtna.J. E. Bramesdott "
and have
government, a right to rule MARBLE AND MARBLEIZED .
that which we That's what "Pon'my see .
.. : New Hampshire decided If it decided what there :is amusing, .in, that." SLATE K *

A : V V anything.! V There was'a general feeling of reliefin BLADDER AND KIDNEYS MANUFACTURED V HEARTHS TO ORDER., GENTLEMEN'S' FAL. AND WINTER WEAR Embodies New Action and Essential at Speed P.indples-Sisip: Capacityf: Range of'Constmcl and Variety:oLEAV Ease Work or.Operation fiDe or Coarse-: VnifbrmityofTrrai,

- [ ; 4l in uonnecticnt. Senator Eaton's speechwas Washington when the professor returned EMBRACING S any ING ALL RIVALS BEHIND IT.

V : :' : the key note of the Connecticut to teach political economy to SPERMATORRHOEA, AND FOR SALE BY FRENCH, ENGLISH,.GERMAN ITALIAN

} V campaign. It was a bold, consistent the students '. V .CALVIN OAK, AND AMERICAN FABRICS. C PURCHASING ANY OTHER.
at "Hoxford"V
& : proclamation of the foundation: princi- Leucorrhoea or Whites, Diseases of the Krostrau' ForsythStreet,between Laura and Hoeans, TEST THE SINGER BEFORE
: Gland.Stone In tha BlI.dder,Colcului.! Gravel or Brick Iwj6-ie Jacksonville.Florida. V
V t, pies of the Democratic party, State Sove- dust Deposit and Mucus or Milky.Discharges. SUCH AS TERMS EASY-PAYMENTS LIGHT.V
S S ,rtignly.: As the Republicans New A RURAL CRITIC.-gentleman V FINE BROADCLOTHS. CASSIMERES. VEST-

V ; Hampshire went back to first principles beyond .the' suburbs of Fort -' ANEW; LOAN ; V INGS ANI GENERAL! FURNISHING -' :- -- of
from land
t GOODS.:: Besides the "WORLD'S FA VORITE-. keep constantly on a targe supply
V ""- V and declared for federal.. supremacy the Wayne thus describes Mme. CarrenoSauret's KEARNEY'SEXTRACT V :1., the store of Sat V :
V V Democrats Connecticut went back to ON .A 'NEW PLAN. J. BAR T1ER, CLARKS O.N.T.SPOOL COTTON;four spool for twentj-iye cents. VV
performance on the piano to sues andca v*.
MACHINETWHT. twenty-five p-eJl
V first from cents
V V S principles and declared for State SINGERS STANDARD
V: "' .',. Sovereignty. Both won as radicalism, a reporter of the Sentinel"I tell BUCHU Invest your money at home la the V Merchant Tailor V ,, ,'. ACME MACHINETWIST,, yardspools. lbrascent iS yard 'ooIS,)for1coiD.ae. VSINGERS

V 5 S pluck and consistency always win with you, mistershewas .a slasher. Our Laura Street,just above Bay Street. LINEN :AND FLAX THREADS OILS. NEEDLES &C. ,

k ..._ tbp!opl!. "God bates a coward,"and Gennie couldn't bold candle- to her. Permanently cures all Discs es of the FIRST MORTGAGE LAND GRANT iiii-cm, JACKSONVILLE FLA

3 S so-dothe American people. The Republicans When she first sit down she looked I
BLADDER KIDNEYS; AND "DROPSI Fine black dress and neck V'V
4 L : coats fancy : wear at Bucky's V Co V
yV circulated Eaton's State Soverclgnty ;PREMIUM BONDS.Now The Singer Manufacturing'
kind a wild, then with howl dug her CAL SWELLINGS, ; .

V F : 5: and speech called as, 'a every campaign Democratic! documem finger-nails into them, ,ere rough notes, oflerred for sal.1" thoGREA'r V B ILLIARD SALOON. No. 172 BROUGHTON. .. SAVANNAH, GA.
SV Existing men,women and children, '
...V V. voter, in the State out :of his bole. ItS and shot em like lightning up into ,(The Largest south of Washington.) V C. ,A* VOSBURGH,. HIZtI4In-. .
V p the thin ones.' Then she paused fora SOUTHERN RAILWAY' V V '
was Democratic meat drink !
:; gospel, mister.. She then NO MATTER WHAT THE, AGE! BAY..STREET. OPPOSITE POST OFFICE: G1ORGE ; W.>:fRAZIER,> Agent, .
S ; '10 life inspiration. 'They'swarmed like i reply, V .
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VV { S clansmen to the blast: Roderick Dhu's j : at the.right hand side, went arippJn' .. "Q5 -i.-ijtf- V V V V -
S j : I Prod Steel.,*: "One bottle of Kearney's Fluid bond when redeemed will .. .
Every receive
h : a premium 5
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down hand .fist tell she Extract .
V : r over Buchu worth more than all other Buchus -
V ;.;:" What distinctive Republicanism had< 1 got clean down, makin' a noise like combined" -. ; S. .. in place; of interest,according to the plan redemption, -5en5 < V'I _".. V : V ESTABLISHEDIN1868._ ''

:t- V the other side to offer' to. inspire hope thunder 'She thenyanked a handful .Price On Dollar per Bottle" or. Six Bottle for Fir to amounts. OhOD.V VS < : ; V VVVSVVV.V V VS
-1r Wbat noble, .InspIration: of 'I Dollars. V f-o ) S 'is : : : ; :
V a grand of the and them at V $x-Ocf&$25.ooo" or $50.000 .: ; : :
center planted L'
vV 4f' Principle- lofty faith| was given them r_ i Q IA V] 0a :diA. K. 'PERC'IV".A"

S V V .r' Nut ,word! Whose bugle born sound the. end, then wiggled around with DEPOT 104. DUANE ST.. NEW,YORK On each) bond. I t151.1 '" 1 :I: i' VI t.. "* : ; V :

4 V VV. od the charge General HawleyVwhose twofingers, grabbed up another: fistAil A' lISV1j! :.9 ;< .en.... .:s o'SV <. .1 V .'; S '.!.';, V V V SUCCESSOR. : : TO j H, LROWELL.V
V Physician In attendance to answer correspondenceand 'Bonds redeemable by allotment. Six. allotments. of c : :
claim U*. Republican right and left: went 8:3:: .
sympathy I. punched : give adic.grat1s. V '. 'bnnd*. Six distributions premiums in ijj.. 5 U 4. ;,' c. : VVSt
was his opposition to Republican t st i I rjpcty-hopetyrscotchy\ up and, down, 1 I r Apply '. .-.J .. .. : : '
V legislation for the protection' of. -the howled. Q-auD STAMT FOB r&MrHtm, ..... .' V EMIL HAAS CO.,' V J IIE i( ,:I .en < .: : : :'. :
and I tell you that ere pianner Financial Agents :a II ,." .. > .
;: V oppressed dearest vital because right of ol American their citizens She then gave another: snort, and .- 71 Broadway i ,New York City. ::1 i11L 'ioa::>;0- "_" b i50 .>-... V.!II.:.Z- "'. :-t

Republicanism. HARVEY GRANGER, Geni Agent, I iiia f tt i J rJ' 3 V
when she went she busted In like mad ... i V .V444 VS
V V Speaker Blalne, fresh :urn a banquet -* -- TO-THE' '-' V J. L. EDWARDS Agent Ijillipti !. < 4uIEp..A ::: V V

V given him by the Democrats in raised up off her chait, stuffed three '} Office,UMber&Little' Bookstore. Jacksonville.V # Q i& QVSz2-5 ,

Philadelphia because of his opposition fingeraful ihereVera'nmed six more in NERVOUS AND DEBILITATED V 1-9 tf' 1 Z Q -; ; V, :1

to Republican measures in Congress the ..corner gobbled up a few; more ST. .4UGUSTINE.S .-! j :: : V

S .1 V and hisrgreat service to the Democratic tunes and settled their hash in abouta. V OF BOTH)SEXES. FOR 1/ S 2U3V ; V:4: ] V

L V S minority. General Garfield, anothei minute. After that she tackled it V V.V THE SCHOONER LL_ I r.1 Q :! 0 J
advocate of the "let us alone" policy i :;: .0> ..
I with her left hand' alone. Between NO CHARGE FOR ADVICE AND CONSUl V V : cj DEALER IN *
V )> lor the South which Jtff. Davis V TATION. 'wZ.ct I .. V V S '
V demanded In 8l. Ovrr.against this we you and me, mister, the man that MagndliaWI11 S

have the ecboe of owned that ere piano went shiftin'! : I. B. TOGNI. BQQTS SHOES LEATHER.AND
only the hundred D>. J. B.: DTOTT, graduate of Jefferson Medics S maV regular trips 'I 'of 311I Proprietor., ,
S V guns fired by the Republican candidate around on his chair..as though he hada College Philadelphia author of several l valuable work. V ,_ between Jacksonville&: -
lor Governor ov* r Grant's Louisiana carpet tack under him.: Good night can be consulted on all disease of the Sexual ar Urinary V St. AugutinsV V Boots and Shoes,neat and'durable,at BUCKVS.' V .. .. VVSV V V V VS V V
'Irc> -* (which he ha* mode aa especial i.udyeither ) FINDINGS:
V V policy. That was last January. Three- mister," In male or female no matter fruts what fTiitr 01\. I1F Freight at low rairs.V V V V ,
V S month .-old echoes and smoke Ia\\IW1DC'or of bow long standing. A practice of 3 o V- V For freight or passage '
are Dot V ,SALE.AND FEE 5T ABus ; -< '"- .- .. -M / '..;, ..!
& \V V .0:> SObKtantia! 'fonndatlonn build year enable him to treat disease with success. CuRs apply! to ..WILLSON & WHITLOCK.$ VPta. LiVERY V
a croaparty AFTER POUND FLESH.- reasonable. Those distance VV -_. V .
THE or guaranteed. Charges at a S ; V V oj'" ..r.; :; t f.' 'tiI ,' V
V V VV on. )What had the forward letter sad Jacksonville .. '
V Republicans oCI can: describing symptoms enclosing V 00
V Conmicut to tight for? i Some time ago; when money:was less stamp to pay postage. V Oato JAMES COSS, ; \: ; perciv l's Stamp 'Hand8.Boots V -,l ;v; i i.-: V : v;: to- '$n _

S V V 5 Talk not to us of' GrmntUra being improved plenty, a Boston merchant subscribed Send for. the CW/f*#,.& Price ice.. S-otf St.Augustle,V F1aV V Burt Ii' M ars' *r V '*/> -. .tH'>t-I < .. :JV: .,,'.n.oo

V V ,. in New Uampllhire and con $500 to theological enterprise ndlaid V Philadelphia and Baltimore' V .fr.M;- .-hr': j t'; .;;*m< -J 00 *

) V V? \ $V tferoned in Conn tict1t, The $:00 of the.amount at the time. Trunk and,valise at Bucky's. '* So
V people ] B: J. DYOTT, M. D., ( Vienna Medal cable sewed: I.. > -.;:.- ;.dV.VVSVS- = VV'V- iPercival's .
V >,'./:,'.- ; ... V ilbo'i care for Grant or any other man I Recently, finding it convenient, he Hand Congress i 1.8 5
Pbyslclas and Surgeon Dtiaa St. N7.Y Stamp : T..J .'
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VyVV- 'Thel do care for principle*-clear, dis- : forwarded_ the remaining 'joo. By A LL .PAPERS,QUOTE FROM IT. I, S Burt & Mears":4 "- 8 5

: V S V;: it t't..A: lcan linct.loweriryr mistake\'ibr principics, which no one return mail he receiver! a letter of Blankets! and Coverlet of every V V size S and V qoality liUCKVS.DRl at .I., V V ,' i- Philadelphia V V ,; dc it<.<*..f1 r w...., -i..J.. .fr.-7 00
more n.bc.t
and lo the '
V S'., V .. :, than they can take grand old Mount: acknowledgment' :.and a request for .. .. "I V t can be found at the most Stable stylish'of the livery'team undersigned near-dry the '?Vienna ,Medal cable sewed '!. : SV t'!*.?-4 l
V V S :-,. Jlarcy:tiraplle of garbage., Give them I $19 an4 some dd'centslnterest. on P. E. JOHNSON, HoMO PATiuTf :The liveliest of famUf newspaper*,full of Interesting Florida Home,comer of Cedar and Forsyta Streets VV S V V /V / ._ ': ,.. \B ..M:, .* I ftGOQDS tV* Witt$4Vf :;...
V V literature humorous sketches Hone boarded and well cared for reasonable ; V V
4 V the ofthe Mw ;,spicy paragraphs.etc. on J VSV V '
S V : ,. organization renting deep on bedrock the'Jjoo from date original -' -\ ; .-V 5 Sample Coak free. SabscriptJoa |a a year, teratl. "i, SENT BXRMAILANDEXPRESS\ ; .rt ';;1>',

V V V V :. ''' princ' .le*, and they will fight to the subscription. A fact.-[Boston Commercial Ha removed hit office to Mitchell'BCW bniHTtieorth ; ....paId. ,.4ben' ; "Strong teams'for hauling purposes. alwsy* on hand.,'' ",,1' .1' V,-> ? ..VV ?,_-"V V r, To a 1 parts otIs Slate. &-' r "., V-V :' lit. w
side of between tiewMW and'Market tOIT r E PRESS W.H.AVERY. :
V V V Bay street: FLA
d vb V whoever lead. Nothing but & Bulletin ,aMY opposite the Post Ofi.e. it>t ttf a.'. V Detroit Mkh. Jacksonville.,May 30,"'4. tf'. AT THE STAND COR. BAY and OCEAN ,



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