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 19, 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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NEW SOUTH.EVEBV .- Letter ftom Florid.'* country as well as a ,place o(.winter facilities, for. 'an extensive Borne'.and; : )tbe'body; J had\decided. Oatmeal. A Moubte CorkMitjr. '

-WEDNESDAY AND APRIL 8, .1875. residence for Northern people. Two foreign commerce Trom. Delaware .to'make for,'.St., Helena." (or' medicalaid Oatmeal is principally used in two Among the many .

tUSBED SATURDAY.TIKXS Homeward bound, and, lor a other New England gentlemen' associated ,to Texas, we, .h ve.eleven I sea .coast though: would take'us jbq miles ways-for the porridge ments reiv in co tbl cnsig' -.

SUBSCRIPTION- : change, by schoo.ier, this time. Oar: with Mr. Rollins in this''en !'Slates with :an Atlantic and Gulf out of our course We reacted thereon and of mkng'umahor ,is merbots the o

.'"T,muZ auhecriben.$j.jo per.-. vessel is the Schooner, T. H. Livingston terprise. The view from Point Isabella water base of two thousand ':five hundred -the igth JFeburary, and soon Dr. a principal article ot-e r food of the Scottish ceiYleteray H, Lnf.r.

s f w.copies.f J/io.Ite cab received: and .M extra time copy Capt. G. A. McDonald, of Belfast is one of the finest o'n'the'coast, miles while all Uhe other sea. Fowler-the: hospital surgeon,.was onboard peasantry, 118 street, takes led

. .m bi.III.n perf dub.;. ji per *..one Tefi Me., and' bound' for that port. and Mt Cornelia, 94 feet high issaid board States, have'.onty six hundred .. He'knows'all about Jaiva. ,fever with milk, geraIyaccmpnie, It consists of a rurc2l.

..nw.,Io"TWfttY copiea.lio; Fifty cop. She is.new, this being her second trip, to .be ,the highest point' on, the miles of sea coast., ,What ..facilities fornearly; .every'Vessel 'from the ed, although rik milk is scarce) measuring ten ptifie, .

uij4OI* a Iu'ee'master, registers' 235 tons, coast South of New Jersey Tbe Coast are thus afforded,to. tbeSouth, for an f bland:touches at St. Helena. with sick butter .is sometime used, sometimes tinctly the formation of twentyfive"rattles .:

ADJ'EIr17SINC ATZSSDDVI1LTj1 length 130 feet She has a very good Surveyhas a'station here Both these extensive, foreign: commerce 'Theji men. He..helped us all, and oil the sugar, and sometimes molasses.. For and a oton. the forming of .
-iDlCl'\loa.=1 50 cb.or.EU.Izgty. .&ri1geydom: cabin, accommodating a few ,passengers points are;;near.Mr.. Rollins'. Theyare there.are th.MissliPland, .other; ajtb.we started for New 'YorkV We 'most people in a sound ; of an rtte. It W taken:

ck 'Q.|tS per Inch or_.tint inertia: each and has.the Captain's family onboard simply little mountains, of,shell! magnificent rivers penetrating' had, a rough passage, 'crossing the health there is no condtot from a coal the vicinity of I

.1i' 7S CCftU. I-Ii8M1Uoa. ; with whom we, have formed and sand thrown up from the.sea; and sands,of:mile?. into tti )fltOTr and equator 'on the' 22d'of March., We article! of food than oatmeal mor mush and Upper Alton, 111., some thirty feet ,

.i.ljrket."CCII per.1c.Tiun &IIC& a pleasant acquaintance at Jacksonville ,- covered with'forest. And here, probably open! the year roundj!htle the rivers were within 500 ''milesof'New' York !milk;none contains a under ground. The (formation, perfect

ADAMS: CASK m CARRUTH CO. daring the winter. My better endeth my Florida correspondence pf the ;'Northern and Northwestern for.sixteen days, baffled by west"grindsan3 tion of flesh-forming larr'prpr. and nvnt'&snake in the act _',

UdraI lackaonriOt.Florida. half 'chooses to make the passage .by which has ,doubtless become: States',are ice-bound.many} 'of'themduring : ,big' seas that .sw":?p(. 'Jb .c1ecks. ing:; substances ; while to.almost all of ()fc ..

steamer.We wearisome the readers" of the Free: the,entire winter n..j' 'a'-' I've seen,some.hard/voyages," con- who have ever been accustomed to its has,exmine the curiosity, ,and,,pro .,:

PROFESSIONAL CARDS, Ac. dropped down to the month of Press" -. E.' H. c.i i But on''the Hff'whiJe--tbe" < -' .- ,. tinued-the iatbut w _,! i this* *'"last*"..*wutt.aaC i -. ize it is.extrenoly palatable, ,Gene very valuable. The party 'f'

f- i an.M- -ii PIIJI i i.i IJMH.BETtES iiI'J. the: Tiy ryesterdaJ.afcrnoofl; >ao .1"J" r" .. ", .2 t-_ ', So ila ha. _' ; jtf ft rnni nnmah ttr go' .th question has asked for the refusal of .
: ; find! half dozen biher vessels waiting: Conciliation" -" btaes in other sections of-the.union to sea; 'but, to be'sick. IthrougnoBia 1u.iP Te nurseryoonc i.m te'prbi r itfcand iffaijtrfte like? I t

J.| to be towed over the bdr. Four of Itk'i notice have peculiar! ,resources in ichJ their voyage with* 'Java fever, which will l likely to a healthy condition for the Academyof ,
to increasing
PHVSIQAN AND SURGEON. gratifying an strength and :means of development shake the 1 fe bit iypu is too much'" Sciences. Mr. asked :"
them got out to-day, and we are hoping effort on the part of the patriotic of the stomach or to give vigor to the Long $400 ..,
JackosvUIe, FU. Jo do so to-morrow. This'bar of north and south to bring lie. -.fft1lr.York Sun.A fram,, ahhougt'there are'exceptional for this y. 'Should this b the

omc-Oppolite Ocean Hou* ,comet of Adam..sdOccaIIutc. the St. Johns river is the great the public opposing men, sentiments of, sections These peculiarities! :of'sections are cases, among the young, and serpent which tempted ,Eve th : 1

6-7-6m nuisance for,Florida. Even at high into harmony. At the recent Centennial jhe best evidences Jof the necessity'for Game-in whi h'Two Aces and a among adults, in which the w of Garden of Eden its value would .. '

& ARTHUR A. BIRNEV, tide, it has to be very smooth to al- celebration in Massachusetts a harmonious whole, and, under this Revolver Beat;a Full ,Hand. mush or porridge is unsuitable producing untold.bat i more than probable) ., I
\VM. Iowa vessel drawing twelve feet to Jable'condition .th point'to an painful detention of the that it i that historical snake. !
go the words of General Bartlett, of An incident occurred on, a recent'trip anlee .
The channel is and interstate commerce, the vastness ,of stomach and indigestion. 'While.the Oual.
over. narrow
Richmond, Va., and other public which 'I .made over the, U1ionPac
Last winter which can,scar ly.be esdma! d. .The caprices children, ought, not to ,
changing spakers who dwelt upon this:theme, fic;,which maybe of interest to .b t
STREET, NO 330 time' is,, now here when BO State, can in such the
43. forty vessels accumma- a matter, :
ormore, were
are worthy of all commendation.Now your readers, as it was at one time of heed ,1.
CITY lated here 'at'one time 'of which afford to disregard, the commercial, of their ought .
that slavery-the original.and uncommon interest tblmel We: were consituton. FORT May to-The .
political and social ties that I bind the be careful TICONDDO
including our Captain, waited over real of division of between Salt,Lake and to .obred ared. *
only cause a national rolling along of the, capture : ;:
R. ANNO whole in one common interest and Mush is (
by simply
Pony days. There was'a succession of I generally .
w sentiment-has been removed, < Omaha,when I made my: way into of Ticonderoga by Ethan
.ATTORNEV-AT-IJ. low or rough tides. One of the vessels the past should, as far as possible, be material: progress. smoking-car to'enjoy a cigar. I'' -noticed boiling oatmeal in water, stirring all Allen For took place here Colone ad passed -. .F..*- .

Of&c.In'&ecd which went out to-day was' badly forgotten, and everyman, and woman We are glad 'to give'.space.to the, '3 group gathering in the center the while to prevent singeing, and to off with great toy.. sunrise .-U.-.
Black Bay Street
the mixture of the
damaged in an attempt to do so nearlytwo should labor to remove' our 'remaIn- ab ve', calm> nd well, considered 'editorial of he.car, and ,crowding my way up secure thorough !. one hundred guns were fired from the .

7mcks.vifr.FlIrItlll. months ago', and has been all this ing impediments to universal har :from:Washington. :ChronicleThe found<[two'men gambling. One'was oatmeal without and water into The a homogenous of old fort. People poured i in all the .i,

time repairing, at Jacksonville. The mony. As the States are politically a well-dressed man,, but ,bearing the mass kot quality morning from the' neighboring towns j
I.A.rtmson. A. MICK.rATTISON damage to shipping and to the bus controlled by one general government, '' ; -r, appearance of ,a black-leg! ; the other mush yer depend on .the in New York and Vermont by carriage : :

& MEEK, ness of Florida, is very serious, and so the communities throughout the I Land of Oranges.. J was veritable miner, just as became am of, boiling receive railway and stembt, that :' ';
It be boiled. S
rATTORNEYSATLAW. complaints long and loud are made Union should be inspired with the The Boston Journal. Gu' 1list'Y.' from tbe'moont i inswith; long, grizzly" can 10 thoroughly at noon over six thousnd pick-nicked !
boiled oatmeal is
that,the Government does not remedy grand idea concord in all their 'social for April says :' beard, Tougtf, ,coarse and dirty Imperfectly a verycoarse.article in the grove. The procession formed '*'.
of and unfortunately
,FU. the matter. Floridians are hoping and progressive interests. If this, "A friend:in Florida Has'sent'us the clothes, .buy with: lots of 'gold. The fo at 1.30 P. M. It consisted of military ,,-'
JacktoBviQe used the
R.cQua..1Iw1diuc. much of
Ofice Congress will find out by-and-by that is not now, we trust the day.is not far! printed' proceedings of the. 'iFlorida ,play'was: for quite f large stakes, and .1 classes in' Scotland. and by elsewhere and civic organizations from Ticon- .1

& KOOKER, there is such a State with commercial distant when it will be the aim of Fruit Growers'. Associatio'n/which heard l jit ..whisperd. at the gambler poorer is of this character and that deroga. White Hall and Port Henry, :f':'

NORTON interests worth preserving and stimu- every individual, North and ,South. we have read, with unusual interest. was about to fleece; the miner, and New York, and.St. AlbansWinooski, .J
U.EAL.jackunrillc.ESTATE DEAT Florida.EKS comer Ocran and Jitymm. lating. A million of money *s needednot All can speak and labor for this ob The 'convention, which;,met. last autumn much';'sympathy. :'was manifested for prepared for the nursery is often nobejr of Burlington, Vergennes and Rutland. ? ;: f$

Mosey toued on Real Estate .ecur y. General I all at once-to improve tbe, ject. Some can do much, all ran do to discu fruit and fruit-grow him.; | through crelc'c Vermont. The procession moved la ...: ;

Life sad.Plamtanom Fire tntnnrr&C. Spring6eU Agents and suburb dealers cpedahr ia KMLaidt mouth of the St. Johns, and I hope something toward its consummation ; ing,' embraced large number, pC Jhe ::1 ; The game-draw, ,poker-TStill.went; servants their work, who.with wish as little'to get trouble through the tort grounds over the route taken. .>vj o

Contspaadenc foliated 3 .Sswd' they well get it. These Southern and when the Centennial day 'arrives most intelligent ,and; enthusiastic wiwij1ardly! ,:a word spoken by the 'is a by Ethan Allen in 1775, with bands d f ;
not nearly so digestible
harbors all have sand bars and the it will be a grand spectacle to see the farmers and horticulturists*in*..Floridaand 1 playerstill; } finally1whcn a I Urge sum possible. I nutritious playing, banners flying, and (oloe '"
not ,as '
so :
P E. JOHNSON M. D., ". Government ovgnt to pursue a liberal communities of the South' and the in their ,report they have 'em -.!u on jrie.board, the gambler,,.beingcalled' when, andtherefur: made. A common by a large crowd. Arriving -f
policy towards the South. hands "across Information' show his hand threw down really wel ; Iateau'oC the' fort line formed :lf&
HOMCEOPATHICPHYSICIAN North, clasping not a bodied a large amount'of to mistake in making of the mush a .was ,4 .
AND SURGEON. ANOTHER YANKEEhas chasm," but with the rhasm filled ,up useful l ,to eVf'ry..one' interested ithcprosperfty ;, three(aces'and two queens, and reached must 'here noticed,.as tending around the ton.and the proceedit ;
and obliterated, and all impedimentsto of the Siate.Of'cpnrs the J 'for"the mun y. The miner stretch- als b ings began ItJic by the con..:
Ofice.in Mitchell's new building north side of Bay made his mark down. here, just much to the det rioratiOo'QCt$. quality '
street between Newnaa and Market ctrects, earl), where schooner is universal harmony of. social sentiment leading frui, discussed.u'was: orang; cdvethishaiid, and laid down :two -the adding degrees solidated bnds Prayer was offered f*
pfnutt die Fast O&ce. 191d opposite our an r'moved. We do not expect a how ,to grow/the, trees,Jmpr.ovcitjiefruit aces, showing, of.course, five aces in by Rev. L An address of T;
chored, and I have to-day improved millenium just now, but. we may believe and find for it a.market... Within the packet.He.; .then. reached back and while the boiling goes on, until welcome was made 'by Colon Wm. "' l lE.

A.A. KNIGHT, the opportunity' to pay. him avisit the day is not far distant, when ,he past ten years'i the production drew a. Large navy revolver, co promised long ago. Six years ago. all antagonistic social sentiment will of bnnges' in Florida has increased itj 'placed the muzzle directly between part F. J. Cook delivered tbe oration .. J
ATTORXEV AT LAW. Mr. John F. Rollins, Esq., formerlyof be removed, and when individuals i men.clya'nd': 'importance".the 1 the.;eyes of the gambler, still holdings i imperfectly boiled.: The cook ought which was historical in character, exceedingly .- -:

X Hoe Block stain ',' Concord, finding his health failing, will strive ,to perpetuate: a .spirit of crop Jn',the future can:hardly7be dyerestimated. -1 : hand. ,Not a ;'word.was ,spoken, to know the proper proportions of patriotic in spirit, ''and a. I
t up meal and water-knowledge not,
the > very
sold ont his interest in apothecary concord .and good will among all l ; ., ,It was.in .'st td bjcnt t i but.e ch'l looked steadily.into the eyesoL1hthrr.SthjLibe difficult -and ,mix them at tribute to the hero of the commeroora- '.. -eSIWtr Jacksonville.Fix.. busiuess-and began prospecting for a classes; without regard to' nativity mUbc !,entiimMiihennduct ,hancLbe2a t acquire lion, Ethan Allen.- Speeches *% i
.Tneal wer
new home in the South. He finally color, or previous condition. two ytars would, ifno disaster occurred i to move quietly from, the .money, the cIan; it is to may be b made by Colonel I W. C. '. j

A.BUESING, purchased Fort George Island, at the The South is a vast agriculturalarea ,' reach to 400000000. To. form of the gambler to draw back, served equally bile. ob Rutland, General! Cole, of Troy, and:;. \'',
water boiling
ktipcfly catls the attention of the citiiens and idoaatot mouth of the St. Johns. His lands with an auxiliary aid to development convey the .fruit to Northern ports$; and still the revolver followed. He before the'meal lls must, b is not i other guests. Letters were read from -
e BFAUTIFUL SOAP be Banubcture embrace about 1100 acres of hammock the colored of market !semi I line of into the. aisle 'and here' the pt York '
It I Ike beu Washinc. Barber and Toilet Soap ever in population, for a a .weekly stepped to introduced a but, as Governor Tilden, ot New Governors
vide. Tkif. Soap is put up ia boxes contain 80 Ibc land, formerly a cotton plantation. great power. In this i is its future large: steamers will be'required. .A scene became so interesting to meandseyeraLotbers it b. strained ma fingershandful I Peck, Paige and Stewart, of' v

aadaoban.Ordm gould be addressed to where the fatuous Sea Island cotton strength. In order however, facilitate hew!line of freight'steamers owned by present that we ..drop were, :Vermont Colonel Ethan Allen of' :
S-a6tf A. BUESIKG.Jacksonville" Box 711.Fta. -I was raised. The war and the change development, immigration and New York parties .has commenced. ped under the seats, posible.A by a quickly as .New York, .and. Abel Ripley Toneyt:

in the labor system caused these landsto capital are required. These will.come regular trips.between that port and, a The gambler slowly backedtowardthe p of Detroit, a son of one of the brayer;

MCLAUGHLIN be abandoned, arid they were when reconciliation has accomplished port on the,St. Johns river,',and the door, with, thcrevolver'jolowing) Wonderful Heat in a patriots who accompanied Colonel; ,,L t ,
RICHARD thrown upon the market.Mr. .its good work, and the people of the success of the line is placed beyond a till' the "door- was reached, and he Mie o Ethan Allen in bis celebrated exploit, ; I'fi'

REAL ESTATE AGENT Rollins now has 1000 orange North and the South manifest one do nt'. parsed out. The miner coolly l letdown The Virginia City says : and from other. With music and ... 1 ;>

7ack.a1k t FUruU trees started, some of them quite common interest in our national! pro" :The' fti i'C Florida'! is promising, hammer of his revolver, replac- On:the'3d of Enne two salutes the celebration closed and the : :

Afl sort of Real Estate bought and sold; Money in well advanced, and 3000 grape ,vines. gress. With harmony fully restored, if political and social troubles are not etijt; in his liockeis'wcpt> the'money o'clock, 'in the afternoon, the, large large crowds dispersed. ,
nsiad.Taaff paid.Titles examined.lavns. His grounds are very attractive. Pal- the South will present strong attrac allowed 'to. divide and distract', the from the board into his pouch quietly new air-shaft> in the Belcher mine, ... .

Vork. :n*rcrxmioif-. Aj..to Cunm.William lielkfonte.Aitor. FJKJVew Pa.:; metto Avenue, along which I rode tions to immigration and capital. The p opfe.' 'pie'climate delightful i jn .lighted his pipe; and settled -back ain then completed 'to the IoCot Measuring Crowing Timber. .e;

UM H. Redner, PhiU ctpUa; W. Stokes Boyd this afternoon, probably has no rivalon opportunities for the profitable ,occu winter, .and, we predict that' in: a hisseai-as if nothing had ,happened. level, took fire and 'was destroyed.The To those unaccustomed to measuring ".

?Jsay&4o.;t.D.Easuo.G.Ambler.Ma.... ''.acksonville.-*&.'.-F1a this ,continent. It has two linesof pation of both are almost unlimited.The quarter of a' century it will"be as much The strangest part of the whole business timbers of the shaft all burnt cut, timber, it appears a laborious un :, .:f

the finest palmettos I have seen, profits from the cultivation of a matter1'-of"coufse"1 for ;wcll tb-dp was that not a, word was spoken and the rock fell in and blok up. dertaking measure and value two or ... -l

W.L.. COA.V. and must of course have been the work cotton are temptingly large. The Northerner'osped; their winters'. In from the.time] the gambler laid his After 'mature 'was three thousand ,growing trees It .is. "t:

of former owners. The various avenues sales'of that article alone, for' export Florida, 'as'jt is, for them,jb go''tq f the three cards on the board" till:he ..passed thought ,that it ,would .be,better 'and not so difficult, however as ',manjr :.'

JUSTICE OF TIlE TEACE leading throtgh the island, afford -during, the 1:151'1, year, amounted in seasid :or'the; mountains: i in ,summer ipqt of the--Yo'lIIgs'QU"lOo) cheaper, to'sink a new shaft than to imagine. An; expert hand will'easily '.Y

some of the finest, possible drives. value to '1215,527,420.,, Yet:not over We learn that,'jttie land .:oranges'1is Banner., .- try to clear put.the old one, s.badly measure from 800 .Jcoo.trees in a. "H|
NOTARY PUBLIC.aScefaGALiRYErE : They are lined with the live oak, a tenth of the arra of these cotton crowded with strangers at the present were Us sides caved and so great was day. We keep a staff of six or eight r> -

CLOCK. water oak, magnolia, hickory, holly, States are under cultivation, as the time, ,and if this winter'flight con The. j Silk Weavers' 'of Southern*France.. the>quantity of rock that tixl tumbled laborers to shuw the l lots and assist in ::?*

Corner BAY and PU'E urttuJacUomrSle ramie, cedar, two Or three kinds of following figures will show ; tihoes'to increase as'it'has for-tbe last ,Their number is .about ,zzooo, of, into it. The new 'shaft 'was 'sunk 'a measuring ihe t imber and, a few- days"" I'
,FU.IJ bay palmetto, pineand.a great many States Area Acra; Aereacni-*$\ ten Ji years fc't;!"there- will.mouths". '. '"..enough=- + .J: .whom 35,000 ,live in Lyons and its I short' distance. to'the west'of the old before the sale, the whole of them'are 1.' 1

other varieties of wood, some of them V'Ifpa6s4OP": 1..65 at hometoconsumaiL_ jhe nice mm! vicinity, ,and the,reni nint.80o in one. .It has cow reached pint employed different,parties. Each/; ,-.:;

F. COLCORD, of most curious growth. Another North Carolina CaroIi.P.,60SsSS.74.South --'..1ftOpeo3.0100539 the j farmers can- ,"raise' a.nd,50"stcam., the Departments of the Khone_ the near the i.o o.footievel where timber merchant requires two assist'i. !

onderful feature of this uland, is the Georgia -37.':"... ..- 6.33.,1106 76..7'AI. ship :wilj poi !be: ,,.needed-to.export: Ain, he'lser, and the Loire, there Iretaj&manuaci6ries be continued down on, an incline. ants; one carries a long' pole marked- -?

Successor! to Hide u t Skin barfiMttc immense deposit of oytter fchell.s It ri4379)1.520.. .....___P.-.MoN ---s.G6a.a04 Beside .oranges, bananas and grapescan r of woven. goods, The incline was started at the 1,0 in feet, and the other a leather:strap, -'m \

J. H. CROWEIi, covers two or three hundred acres, MMi..Jppi3o.i79.$4" ----4..6.u.78.09.146 be grown there in great perfection. as well as many'printe looms'operat- foot level and carried up to meet the which indicates the side oft e square. .: .:

and is many fed deep-in some places Arb.J3,406.Tc.I4.oo'. ----'- _.859.121 The 'frosts conic occasionally toj annoy ed for the' manufacturers of Lyons. vertical portion of the' shaft Thecourse Ingoing to work, 'the roan with the "":

Comer Boy Md 0aeM. I think, 40 or 50. How they came L.oiajanae6,309._ _._ nP4s.6to 4.v64.8)6 'the' fri t; igrow'eV. ;':;buVstatistics, Of'the'Ji5obo.563s6; are'*nen,' 50- of this incline' 'carried it pole declares the height of the tree in .;,f f

tgh.g eaOi pica paid far HiW. 9._. F'uk i5 there is the question. Mr. Rollins Kcntucby Texas -_- j -.7a'O...IIS.01.859 show the,. risk1.i&',sw ll, 'eyeri, Th'thenorthernpoizJonsprthe 636 women, and 8OIS! ichildren., through the'remains of the, old vertical i- feet; the man..with the strap the side,'',,. ,.,.,,

7.IwTy thinks them to be the work of a Teal_ so6.7to.v60SSpol"' J ; StateWe: There ,are. two classes tof, weavers- shaft, but as'soon as it was'lapjcd of the square m inches; and the tiro'.,,,> '

former race of men who inhabited this classed say, :success.to :the fruit( growers, of master' weaversr who own; their machines -the men found they could,do.nothing ber merchant refers to his sliding.role-) ,-.<$

L OUlS EMILE,110URGEON, country in the indefinite past and of Virginia may not strictly be Florida.-, ; ..-- ,.and journeymen, working ,under ;n.it on account ol the ashes, burnt for the contents The measurer has '. ,' *.
yieldsannually -
tnm Paris,VTaac*.kuiy Foreman of cbe StateaUland whom no history ic left. The theoryis I among the cotton States, yet of .- -' .,them. for half the price i paid for earth and rocks that"poured down to allow an inch,and sometimes more; ,

Dvonx establisfcmest). confirmed by the finding among. : a ,considerable quantity King:Death in'Command. weaving.. The silk belongs'io'the into their incline. 'A tunnel'was then for the taper of the tree from 'where ,->4
VEW DYEWC AVD ECOURINC ESTABLISH, them numerous specimens of pottery, !. cotton, and under' proper : Yesterday afternoon ih'e .teOt; manufacturer, who sends .it to the run unti it, had reached a pint a the girth is taken, to the center of the ;;. ;; 't|W
of a large *IJ
Mt>T.LaetShawk.. other rude utensils such as a race capable producing and winder west of the Qf. coursei.j4. -
and article., The the bark_Mendota,, >Ir, f redact weaver,alsd to the dyer disnc portion he is measuring. .'f
.-4a" Cell'."a. ._ of men of simple habits.may be cup- of that valuable the entire ,' figures Adams I ,,ruddy of (ace and,b/oad ofshouldeiri apd pays"per'weight 'or length'for' the where a veri'upri) was"made to this,is measndn&whba center girthx

t.ce posedto have used. They .probably howevershow;; percentageof sat jnheigrinJiii birjKo! G h 1S\yeset. 'J Jabor on each. "''Chi weaving''is'us the. line be run up to but an experenced measurer, never. ngoes -
_' hbriet noat catefiilly daMe.a"e4. for hundreds and. erhaps thousands of. land, under cultivationor cotton I and theog ally perfoVme. ;inraroom, .of'sufficient meet,the 'new, shaft., The m then higher than half the circumferi *. ..* '

.roIlSYTH iUlU'T. betwwa Nevus.nd,a6.d Mar years gathered oysters at the mouthof and all, other.. crops, ; and"re'veal. l. the. ol'the! a: tenda.before, rnoutrt. '. ., Everybody size td'ar-omni date three or four began.working down on the incline in cute of the but, and adds the number-;-
thisriver. That race cf men has fact that not over ten per cent, 01the, I. was neat:'and shipshape?' 't\. above, Fooms;!aod adjoi s&scnatlToom (bed- order jo reach the pint from .which effect considers the tree contains1'11above

long since passed away, but Floridians fertile acres ofthe South are.impiored, and_ bEloW. ., and'HJe- -* < .* .YCSSC1- "L'-: IOWCfJ'_: *: i-uu:' I Iignsof& roomantl kitchen combined) for weav- they ,were driven i ing, to come the point. All thescthin'ar. "n"v'J

PRINTING. luxuriate; on St. Johns oysters yet. and only about six or seven per cent. 'urinonllis';io'ie I eFand family. -The.gross earnings of up. They have succeeded,jn getting puzzling to a beginner, but it is asT ,!,:,. .
An avenue the entire, length of the of the whole under cotton: 10 I "We left l BataviacnIhItathl ';ofJava&onthea3d the..master*fromfour tor.six francs into the, .bottom.of the, old :shaft!, tonishing how accurate .an,,old prac-t:>|

,' 'j ;island three, miles, is being shelled this limited' tillage after' supplying rx, of -last'"December.safd .''- ,[(8 T 1 eents jfOL
THE NEW GOUTJr" wiit: 'thi, material, and all the roads' the home consumption million can dollars' ). the I mate' ,"When we-started I (ff9rn.lwq.io..three./ranc, per find the sti'r hot In trying Says Mr. !. Peeble, in the Arbor cur. :' -.-}

ire- In ttfpe,:to be treated like manner port over' two hundred what Captain.'P.erry' and .oee. seaman '-'a1.j lay "All extra expenses arejdefrayed to ptit: in'''jmbf' 'were set 'on tural'' Societ .s Tranactions, that 'it/
worth of cotton annually ,
JOB AND BOOlTHlNTINGEST A very good ,concrete is made sick with the Java fever, a sort of bj I by? the master. Jonrpeyrnan dyer, Eire, and work at'al it Is is impossible to giveanapproximAtion'1'oftbe
,:... "l .'. burning these shells, forming a would ,be the resultitwiIh'twentyVeor ) and earn found'necessary' to bring a ofbo contents growing timber bfmesuE -;"
.d flL. 1.1: ., by this with the fifty per cent. of the entire area under ious.km,:vit i-chI1s .J n..t 1.7 worcbdayofIen.hours' J into the' place'and play 'a stream of of and They,argue .,-'"
ABLISUM EXIT.IJUN I weak lime, and mixing of ,ihei second fri '80 febts tq %f.. Ydr work thatioestriorreqnlfe a'pole strap.
is .
? It January ,
unburned shells. Several Daijdings successful cotton tillage : skill) work- water on the rocks wedged in the bottom that an experienced judgment and *!>'
; ;" tJ. 1 I' :' of is nutnow Wolfe; and theszeazd'I _, p ,,takedown special
material have probably been I true that this quantity cotton {60 c nt s'per dayq1CVdh0UTL' of tbe, old shaft There is .no practised are more to be depend-'ted
this ie 'Thezatl4n mea'eafn fro to 87 eye
i i is i. witt;t iameicae ;on I
cons mpd ,
-'i"-i in required yet : : timber fire the .rocks. If those using the pole.and 41;
ill staring scores, ol sears. They .. therieiiiwi&; ; pros.I\:. ) females are e on :among upon.
n. huts steadily increasing.andmust.: [continue They.seem to.have been heated to a were to discard the eye and judgement "
prepenl. I dude adozpior more negro ali 'tenr' [sTc" 'fot weelt plpyed'ih! m ; strap
y .ot 1,1: t, mostly, unoccupi d. The lauds areeverywhereimpregnated to do so without ussatiunValb .%% In Ibe'entrl Fere for' jffinr/: /''i ;tt1 ;,4r t,'ofhopttons&nd1r degree,so,intense at the, time of the i there might be. some force. ,_
.11 4W.I'II tH', ',:'" with shells, better educated skill and J improved men that they have remained, red hot ,this reasoning, but as they do not, Ai
'ICapta'i'n ot' expectedto.recover. ; r
OR OU UJiTA'1'IU the cost of culivatingtkis;i ;, .have eleven( ) For/over-um find small the ,
rhich are an"excellent (cit11 izer. machinery .the hrT. ever since, When.we 1 a the whole .argument falls to -. j
the most valuable product will .be reduction, i On jortrof January can contained, in I from, experience..! '.'
'It,, w<&ld fabtbe: strange'if auscuIwbhihcJtvetiak1ttgtheflb. andlappremiccs bOlr. mass. ohoo'a !ground. speak
the South and a reduction in cost.ot any. staple J.was .iisnt Pr' of shaft'remaning red there is seldom a,i*,
place of isottdbifor the bottom, ,a when I assert that
II BUSINESS CARDS. : famous.watering I sick ifiCuoiuicliute he any;_
out i
>M T is' invariably followed by 41 ; maD 1 d
"were to, sring; up here.The oceansidelofihe.iJand product; ibeeft | Jost ime ihc moral influenceoIhLch'iI hot for over five months after having difference of five per cent. in tb!
VISITING JtDl): : 1pUeti. .LMw thj.cpny '
crew .
has a fine beach. of corresponding increase l in'the quantity" the sseJ the material .been heated to whiteness, should we measurements:of the various purchas i:
WEDDINGBILLHEADS._ ...CARDS, the white sand, commanding a: consumed, one able navigate ,J A1?4 a.nluro of thehands7 he*incredulous on: ,being assured by ers, and when the lots are aftewards
'.u' : purest Lyons twothirdl
view.of almost tbe entire ocean stretch But cottoa is only one of" the.staple after ,my C.r!;had to continac.jnywork | > In i lose,'on aniVeragelwemy'fdaysv that the'center of the earth, tested most of them are actually wi" ..
use4 an"op ewpfqyed inrdye!ng sients
fever !
of :; The a,
of the South. ., Maor I of still tmth.-'G4.H
and the St. products > re of the
Fernandina in and in cent
HEADS"tosnu. between and 'a jear. nnoleo'1 rk per
admirably adapted for mighty quick! The'capfain: sec?, ,o. ,.
IStates are untold
Along this the main Avenue tnoVe JC -
Johns unabjelp min
"J ood were ; !
of wheat-and the matq '
cultivation crop three after'' the __ .
is being constructed, and the whole o ;' I used4tocriw1.butotbecaWnoomy aVesith6utiWO>k ]jive,en credit, at ? ,Nearly years : .1''s
than feet > .
inland i* being laid, into town lots always (earlier colder i in the sections.market. 'Those : skeletons handf.and.,knees to ,firit..;become involved jn debt tbeDdlrq great,fire. in th Yellow Jacket mine, "Cal this cot r it may ****' your .i'

UMPHLETV with broad avenues. Three or four States the,*heat are rom also' adapted'for the :isnc* 'get.the sun/an4 then' crawl ,to',the and are :.soon,'reduced' ,to, places were f in.th loe levels red life,'!' if the heading of an adnrtis"
where the nearly .
house*are already built by of ship's! chronoqietertoget. the :Uroe' r w.sti : ment i in the Portage Jtegisier. A'' o
.rice corn
BLANKS''ALL: Iixts be built this cessful'cultivation S--- t hot
it Jn r
several to '
nd are ; it pasted
: out
?' "r'm'4 .k "* M'01.Ie/ and "tropical and then i |>orked.oat oar pos5tioa. ,.., ; Portage man cot, ,
COi.ou.DIJI'trA! { tlH* !'YrO&L. s soo. A good hotel is'In process of tobacco, vegetables, YQUCOUI4: i ueflihe rrnr"' -in pat : flieR.ussiarG vern ieOt has; signed : : The.jTofl"u..Z: ; has; written his bat and the same day wukiUctbs
GUI'. fruits. .. which : Jugg '
,. and will be opened tbctot Q
construction, ,pf thoseStat of thejp7 Pri zhi1'oIIebruarybe : a .v...1toit.ithJ"1 >'. '' '1-/ Tilton. H ; by a brick which fell fjcm
the ; ,
advantages j ,
.1I.t1 Wwh. 'lJ' : wUlibe; tbel'roosicon.venieioi ;Again, 0..0 Sigbaleii poem, abt hah1 t\ "f'or'
; : J :
in:Ju1y."This J second me4jeandwcmrTedbiqthat the a buildinE. ;
"."_ 'I ',;' ,.. watering/pJacefqi s for successful development isc dea'toRnssl { sobject.! one-sided ;: :,,t' :$\; ; ti" I" '
; summer,,, } 1lt3' J9sjoohot.tovkeep! ,,'
;, MUrtd..u'1W ailcrooooi ( '
i .4.\1 .: I "" ," Jacksonville" and all the St. Johns, largely increased by their peculiar t. '

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E 1 THE NEW SOUTH. _IrMfT o cannot-be depended upon** for steady o\'b! eer I: am, i sIthealilka.Of? H Heavy Taxation" %Jt3 : : lost-yew* place by LL: _.A_.. State News.

: 4 w ork. fta' r more than my wildest anticipations We take the following jj not by the people New York, May 8.-The Eagle line Crni.
."- ApponrrMKrT3.-The
b.tiuiTh As one who was: formany; years acrcnstoraed lowed me to believe possible from the arid Illinois steamship Schiller, Captain Thomas, ci Ivil appointments) have followforf
; & CO. paper: been
.I BL7J1*. J to the use of this labor habitually a'S S rodnct 61 small grove, and I am con-' .It is that political, history of which sailed from New York April 28, d unng the week JCommiMionerof tt&da
I dent ff oni'Indications',too plajp to'.be n-marvel to-.os : "brie for
In or'tne Hamburg, of and
resorted to in the North, we (brg understood, that I have only began Mound City realty nre not way Plymouth Deed* Robert Scott
been wrecked
Cherbourgi off the to be
---_ leave to correct this prevalent Ind unfounded i sew what is yet to come. I have not by tax s. instance: The that Mr. Evans Isles and commissioner of deed tot', the
it is that
1 titl Scilly reported 200 St ate of Illinois.
lie doubt that ufre lax list, published in tbe Pulaski than ever be was
notion slightest my grove
by expressing our have
befi Vlll files/the "State alid I )' IT/ persons perished. Madsoi-Robert Cray, to be
r*'.., .f Local imtfwt rc*olcbcd! from ftll put ol 1 the lief that the colored labor is as reliable jj jjas hundred Jrees givenje odeboilsatid late homestead ( M. E. -rj I "The Schiller sailed from here with 149cabin co r miuU ioner, vice Edward county
and of Mrs. Mamr
.k Suw. Abo, conuBunicathMW on kubjecu ofccnetalinurcM. barrels lot shipment, they this
'f .copvctaily eduoitiuiul. social and'nduMna! any agricultural labor common in the vi ill bring me readily ten dollars per at nearly one thousand to country in passengers. erm expired. '
;i toytct.-tCt>q.rIpdndeItIr.I4vnh2J,Huh Mwir iMttt** &* a"'""-'lr*'*'**' ymjMK ti*? heard'of-a*-a dele THE 8C1LLT 1SLASDS.a X ey- Be4dkk
-: bncf. the tact und cirvuiunancet will penult. thbi1ijisib1y; ; ihe exception of i variWrne; iires iropefiy wlU not prutlu of to be iwpectof

.-. We are auc rwpomibl*for ,opi ioneii w. ed by our the Germans. Such as it Is, the development "n)f land that would hardly produce corn v yer $400 a year, and would not convention he- asked for 1860."and group of about 140 islets, and rocks r.d mea'm>r of lumber and Umber "*'

.p t curropondena., Rejected. mcmikcript* can neither nough to pay for planting. The fruit d Jay, fur 4OOO cash. The tak lie off the southwest coast ot England Volusa.4B.i'arknsjj! of tie
be returned prtMrvcd. AnooyBout contribution! of4he South is now, and fur mission to Spain.
,. rll! not be nutiued.Correipoadence. many fl ow on mv trees will many of them re- C'asey's homestead and about 80 mIles frotn'Laiid's End. and in aence, removed.

: years will be largely dependent upon it m.ain there until the first of October next g rrounds, will reach $ICOO- M of and the rebellion for latitude 50 north, longitude west of BantafcwoW.. B. Galnes, to be

from Florida and its character is to bo improved! and It t allowed to do so, arid will improve even -hundred 'dollars' more .asked 'ireenwich. The larger of the, group ounty Surveyor, reappointed; Hanoi-
did receive it
I .. .Viv We !often a'muscd general development hastened'' by en- In flavor'' each day until plucked! and Ili mperty 'would bring in"as i did not not resign his re St. Mary's, Tresco. St. Martin's, h al Ruwe and W. VV. Potter, to be
attheeflwf'UflC- jredict with all confidence that the uwour neighbors to meet B trechar, St. Aznes. and Sampson. Th county commissioners, reappointed.

'. tious ton?, with w hich foruo correi-pond- e iragIn* and :not discouraging the is not distant when, the; fruit will hang ".raordinary exactions,we cannot the new place-a, nt g regale area U 5,770 cres.. The- laatidsr ,- 'Orangq Walter Gwyn to be notary

.: ent Irom Florida closes his letters home, labor upon which, lit'all events, reliance. p jer'petual trom year to year in.mygrove. And yet ihe Democratic --was the provide'd.- rise abruptly 'deep sea in A- p ublie.

as though. After haying been agreeably must be had. Vhat other Mruil, Inwpiioth'er.countrynuld applintli'railed circumference thirty- miles JFo2o -Henry Call, to be county" .

with and h In time orange culture Is destined- tdhecotiie' e such'results be achieved as this ? Is unhappy, exceedingly so; at the : in the rank of at ml .consist for:the most, part of solid e omruissioncr.Tice Robert Gannett, term; .
I : disappointed many tlilngif v. I thirik I can1 there' Is of taxation but continued Io niribabitablo e xpired ; John L. McKittrah.
ty imposed
: I a great indiislry. Everybody confidently say by u granite. In u few places to be conny -
ing fitjoyed himself muvh more than he is crazy for u jirove. Hundreds a'-res n one in the United States if there is In mfs-rule upon Florida and the : ; idler, constantly he soil is sufficiently fertile .to enable commissioner, vice U. Stuck;, term

I had anticipated or indeed intended, he are beIng put out this season, and t .creK t be. world. But sir, 1/bave' long been he unfortunate South, ..and the', Var ha few people who attempt existence e xpired. .

:.. felt the necessity qualifying g hift perchance little doul-t but the business will prove e stermud mad on this subject and the only If -a place. hereto raise small crops of rye, oats, Tine Key fthc Gulf We- '
is i well tor that and -"th :' too glowing H pknure, tn order highly remunerative well as pleitsant V omtort Ibaveis toknqw that, some our peace of Bull Run'pi'esent'b the arley, .etc The chief means ot sulnislence hat Col. Best, for several in .
: provided ho suchlcontingencies x'cur as i tfjtra are, rapidly, catching ,the cpnlalun. ni pi compelled to pay taxes in the at si however i is fishing "and the of our fortifications years command -
his character thai t this
for on
to Island
'A preserve dignified the severe frobU'o't 1S3. and.18oo'r g ; lipping to bear from you soon, ti ioq ttial rules inuome, of is ,' Gelljsburg oianutacture of kelp.! b ins received a furlough to, enable ,
impnrltality which beconn-s an expcrienurd twine insect appears to blight the orange I aim sir, very truly yours, ympatheticStates. ,_ t ... that no injustice 'The location ha always been adanIt) visit Europe. The Col. will him
' : and knowledgabK' traveler. a's the 'and WILLIAM EoYTAftPS' as. 'g for and with carry
potato bug 'gras9-bi>pperhnvcappexred emus one shipping binVlho-klnd **
regards "oTall
He retired from who
1 We lake uucb a .letter truth the Elk i in, the North and West. J. A. Harris. Esq., of whose; grove 5 S S. : Jt .a brigadier TUB ACCIDEST OCCURRED AT 10 O'CLOCK have made hi?acquaintance;

..' Democrat, a, Pennsylvania paper, and! Florida if & great country. I believe a's well as that of the Bey!, iir4 Bishop, t- -- oridadar. thinks, referring : -.LAsT1uur, S The health ol Key West Is
I hud rrntl gooiewher that, jt, was the Few of'our'citkeDS reported
.. : endeavor to feootbe the .evident qunlmsof uportMilan's paradise. ;So Hi hi., Allxre) we aei,, .description not long'.since I are aware' ." Alter the a t which hour the steamship struck one io'bCall that Its citizens could desire. '* T
comparative exfellence'Df'' f the
cunkclentionsne-bs with ,which the down here m> 1etterofiijattdaterernark5 obtained another o ilanverbus.Kvterriere.ledges near
bunting just now even
: .. WOTmen j jI !1e4dir': Fforida.. it fs to vI4iI$ he Bishop's Rock. The disaster was The estimate value of Exports from
. and children- afte flejis. 'pur this
Closing portions *attempl.to palliate the groves are doing finely %Vest
the aused the dense which Key to New York, for
And the fstirern.quho: (big ame I is y ear. I will have seventy-uve'or hun- p urposes the most valuable.in! the report upon c by fog, pre- two weeks
I vvidtnl enthusiasm of the prior, paragraph Brirean; 'He r ented either.of the Scilly lights being e nding May 5th, amounts to S13LOOO.
legion,) and the sandflies, and even the ti red thousand oranges this year. Mr. Tho'Savannah Newt recently) c hiefly
interpolatiug here and there a correspondent of S OCfl.: cigars.and sponge.-
l familiar little ghat- are ever ready to ii>hop has several hundred ,trees bear- -
i d follows;
; I a remark pertinent to the current subject tender you polite attentions.,. I finely, less than two. year* from theme eng as ; .' Fro m thcf Trib The officers of the Schiller were?: ORANGE COCHTT.Mr. .
Active J oho G. Thomas commander U. Hil-
efforts sro be'ing to a .newspaper ;
: j ..: : Abt-orJing to our recollect j there ti they were this budded, I We have did pineppks c limatise the"Flonda Cedar (( He. failed even ers, chief officer; E, Pol em an', secondti H.L. DeForest is makingprepara- .'

. f.. :. LETTER UOM THE SUNNY SOUTH. are at l least ten fl. uslfi Sau Frani-Ueo to h frost bearing enough last ycari winter to kill not 7irginiaiia\\ lUvario. Its to Wisconsin.; He. o flic.er'f .G% >Freeze, third ; ions to put out another grove,the place ;

t JACKSONVILLE., April 14, 75- one in the same'area here, and many: a anything aye not even tomato pumpkin _s uperior to all otlur kinds of and emigrated to leiritze, fourth officer; L Fahrig, chief s elected is just beyond Belair.

Alter an absence ol n.Couple of wet UK, Flridian is glad to reach home from v inev&c." ls in great demand lathe secured another e ingineer; F. Conrad, second engineer; The new hotel will soon begin to pot

: spent mostly in the "Aneh City," it NewYork: Naw' olitatn S fl f lead pencils. As this the1 United 'States I. Boenne, third engineer; J. Kundel, i n an appearance;- the building is to be'

I .: seems almost liko getting home Io find or Jersey t< a Answer to Inquiries About-Florida. l argely carried on !in Bavaria, brief, the history'of t oiirth engineer; Dr. A. Ball, physician; 200 feet front.

I ; T myself again occupying the old )pleasant respite from sultry nights and theRe "po ufacturers are striving to secure ) during a six 'i: Schhiettah, purser; 'C. Kuilarken, Mr. Solary of Jacksonville Wire tin-

: .' IJ quarters Jacksonville; and hereby I attentions'1 of the till-ious insects of WIUHXGTON. DKE., April 29, 1876. s upply of the material so States years'c hief steward, first cabin; A. FelsknvW a fine wharf neajr Mitchel'g, on Lake' '

: the wny, I conliitlly reuominerid an> those parts. J: 8. Adams.- Eag -l am indebted to tr. heir operations. Seeds have rnejisurc-the c Jiief steward, second cabin. J essep. It. is we hear one, of the finest '

g l'rindi whu may visit the "Flowerj Alter M Thomas McClary' ot this city, ,for u i n. the Royul forest,, and I i by the .United The. crew, including officers*, numbered u nthts, St. Johns.
rather vicious '
: Land7 to make their abiding)place while a fling at cc opy of your paper bl the. 17tb inst., y oung plants have been.grown : i during the .Franco 124 men. The crops ,in this county have

.. -: in Jacksonville, nt the ge.ntee.l private crackers induceti, by Solon Robinson's outlining a.: description a cotton p irivate estate. The cultivation 1 1t even ot this meas The"agents here of the Eaglejine say e red from the, .blighting effects of rccoT-

i- I- boarding bouse of Mr. N. M. ,Folsom, remarks that Florida was just'the place f actory about to be started in Tallabasee t ree is also being attempted 1t be was too cow th hat Captain Thomas, of the ill-fated cold weather, two weeks and the

I assuring them a pleasant home,
; .' fare, courteous treatment, and surroundings the following 'ratheiinb jolly coclnsionwhichIs v-ersation with Mr. McClary, who spent Every effort should be madd scheme over to in their' line; was for many p lanters generally have good l stands ofotton.
J'i'i: v every way agreeable! s onie weeks in-your town the last win- Sumner., The his y tars in the s erviee "of the Peninsula : and if favorable '

.4 In these two WeCkt4ifl1)Ott4fltChIflZC creditable enough "as thing* t er-gives the impression that yours may up:a public sentiment that will I a record of "place-: anti Oriental Company; occupied a t heir efforts, they will reap seasons a rich assist
tI tb harvest
1 .. Lave Liken place in the situation. Winter g o." b e a better location fpr, such, business wasteful methods ot procuring I ; e" to "place." on high place anion( iJritibsaiIt.rs, ,and i n the fall. We always make abun-
.I i is gone, spring \* puling, A\\\<\ summer And In conversation, a few tliyirice nnd I take'the liberty of asking a few e supplies of, this valuable another iu nearly WHS with difficulty induced to leav the I t lance of corn in this county, for home
t with q[uestious,replies which are necessary the light of these British service to enter that of the Eagle I
%... mtteps.on apdre. mercury a gentleman, formerly a citizen oftbe demand adequate, husbanding consumption, without much effort, and
i ... ditily is roqut'ttingiMiniin Uw eightieH extreme northeastern State in tho t o form an intelligent opinion. people re l ine. frequently supply our clever

. and, with advices from the' Ninth that Union,. but for the past Mxtwn :years a Referring to the "cotlon intbe seed"i generation of the cedar forests of the effrontery ot Captain Thomas was a man of middle o ver the line lit 'i'Iiomas'county.-Moi.neighbors. /

t tlir snow's ar i intHcil nnd streams 're r eidwit of Jacksonville, he enthuilasti- (i be Binned at the factory, how i ida, now so rapidly diminishing. is n of M r.Evans. ige and unmarried. his resilience I cello Constitution.

: leased trbni their icy tetters I the thou- c all)' exelaiinwl :"Wuy.d-n it, I'd ntthjir ire' you to tbe cotton producing,; part of the i'n Hamburg; and although most of his A panther seven'feet six inches'

f : bands who l hate leeti sojourning in and die iu Florida thai lice up. .tln-re L"b or.State? and would the carriage be Marveloutlr Credible. right' ; con l ife hats J been passed in British vessels; and weighing one hundred and eighty long-,

h roaming over Florida the past five r ids, |>- ssibly, WIH a* little strong way .v gun-water, or railroad ? As you by a people I ic i Is said to have been -a native ofGermany. r pounds, was killed by-a colored
United nun.ue .
month are now leaving for their homed of putting it, yet I hardly think him are without coal for steam power, what Stales Senator Dennis, POprovidentially o day last week, near the Aucilla inihi.s

t in numbers measured only by the car- entirely a Main.*-ark after all. th Iocs wood cost delivered iu your town P l land, who recently visited the i will hesitate long It was reported yesterday that t county. The- kin can be
seen at
; Tying capacity 'ot ih j several railway :The Northern chaps nre just now'ribe D o your saw mills burn large quantities Southwest, has 'returned home, Io a THKBE WERE 103 WOMEJt OX BOARD. Mr, Weifs Store. It was a monster-
and steamship lines. Tiie itir and bustle most i k-tot li I their ''slabs arid other offal, <>r have i'mpresaed with and power ;party btt
pleased fellows .
: Niking you Ihe i; largi st. wi* killed
survivors taken in
: fn.raYnzance presume ever
l market for it and the ? ound sympathy fur, the to the world were to-day I
hey) price
in consequence is not inconsiderable ; ever snw. Before taking final leave 01d [ t:his portion of the
to whence will I country.Constzluwn.
; the curiofity hhops are thronged ; (he they all.step ItV H' UetteJiuia'and indul .' y .urH 'r or laboring, (white and of' the great body of the I sacrifice honor forward Plymouth, where they j -
sent to Hamburg theres
I market for eouvenirs 'nnd i in la social h low do they jive, and is there employment people. He represents, the ; ?
mementoes a >t smile then anile again itself, in thfIr j the greatest excitement. U i is asserted Dr. 1'. JL Palmer drove a horse to
excited the trade in live and smile all 'around. for their children,.from twelve to m tnt of the" country as '
; alligator* m i nio-tly Thomosville aiztIbaek
i thai belts issued one lasi
: "place. lite-saving were t' day
3 '. ly that a t-uruer has been made in the Now the 'setIn" has'closed here the p 1 ixteeii Tycirioli!., Would your citizens finest old plantations in South week. He valuable
a animal
; t ti t wpmeii.; is certain that i.st oftho but
.velconns such' manufactories and in the'Sea Islands
4 market, und enough of orange walking-& only "grand hops" for a while* will be among are found Ah order harness will never l thrown across his
; sticks are taken away to cane the whole by grasohoppcrs HIH! fit-as. hem and would your-- capitalists assist waste and are becoming i ''the Gray. \Was passengers given that the first boat should late l back ajrniii. He- died withont much -
r Northern Tne Itanko It is .t o any considerable extent in getting up with brush and wilderness, and
comnjunitj' quite amusing to observe; the THE CKNTENNUL. the and children.. This boat effort.-ConstitutionVe
women -
: the a gootl sized mill ? while people have a forlorn and
gents, manipulators of 'thu liadonli.idcn : v arylngexjn.ssion ot the experiences
.' g.tuies, the llirtnvcard inontomen. wf many who t-omo, here for the first law Senior in a firm here,, which, is ed appearance, as it they bad I Iipe. of Phil. Kear S capsized. Poleman says seven.boat* \ hope the Dr.N business was sufficiently

and all the various other swindling time. Having !left some place up North running several thousand spindles and t b He ,found agriculture, A. U., held Tuesday r others were launched staved and only two lived, The urgent to warrant: the drive
and I were and swamped im
.: cttnoerns that have held high car where the snow WaS two or! .three tcvt upwards cIa hundred looms, and would most part inthe' debt I preaniolu- The cries which caused the death of kb horse.McLJn .
Comrade Geo. R. mediately. for help lasted
nival here the p irubably increase' profits by locating says that he saw but little land by !
w.i past winter are quietly) deep everjthirij11 frozen .tipt they '
; their tents and from the steamer i iurcr'tbucuitI: itwvt nuU lir tb U.mnir.XI.. -jlt liJouU .. adopted: until o'clock'. The last voice was that is n-porte'd as having told ao
fitldiiig *,
v\vn MoiTissoy'tifinancial i ett-p ; iKrliapi enveloped '
p : midst of cheaper labor. A reply at would compare favorably with Centen of H little child -in the cabin. It Is" not I Eastern editor that he
a man, garnet of tlu-ui all, linds I in heavy ovcrftwts and, fur*. your was cinnpellrd bj >
his occupation gone.Th Walking along U'nystrevt in the warm c onvenicnce will oblige Somerset county on, thu Eastern Senate&p j an appropriate probable that the boats could have lived, Stearns an l Walton to make the recent,
where be reMdes. He ; even if they had been successfully filled. redeei
where S..N. PL-SEY. thinks resulting natioaot "official ,''anti in
sunlight tyerylMMly are papers
.' hot p jragapti is worthy of theFprcial in light attire nud pahneUoliats promenading -This, the -Easterly portion of East ot f Eastern Shore land will ( and when soldiers; The whole number saved W; forty-Jour.- the manner Ivo dirt. G*n this bean? It
; : attention of our city officials. times much The total number ol lives lit is.311. does
torializethc as .anything that and when soldiers rio| ja.all iigr&e-With McLm's letter
they begin change,.ami by "lorida is not-to considerableex-
i Landlords, boarding house, keepers degiees ofT conies the surplus' wrap- ', any ,mate will allow of, esonu ,acre may,ngfue 'that !by' ? The Herald- correspondents succceededin I t to the nlit.ir ot the Cedar Keys Journal

i ; restaurant proprietors, livery stablemen 1 birs. Gleefully rubbing his hand, tent ,a cotton producing region, first,, j jccause i n the Southern States. :biherf should i interviewing Mr. Polemnn,, the second i in which.he ad! that he had l been guided

1: h and all: who* have shared in the one will say: "Well, ntw. this iihied" ; > the soil }ju this imme'diate vicinity Florida impressed him less the hand of re officer of the Schiller; and Henry. 1 by the express wish of Republican Senaitors.
than any other StAlej; and be 1; Stern'ninth'M r. Frobm, first-class! pessenCiS. t It it a conieriait4e busioess
3 fine pnfits derived from the vi il of this Another with hime in : Well.if is not a gooilnor aswell adapted very |
of wanderer I I not: worth' to-day the price our members r From, their nariafive we gather aart'uni'ant1thenire-i-s, stirredthe .' '
vabt throng *, tfimplalsanllyBiiiile everhtnyT'Hnd to up to the growth if cotton as is that of I t ihut the '
j UX>n Ui. ir departing friends eon there another winter, you'll catch a ment paid Spain' for it years ago. i ,purpses,, voyage was moderately good w rse it appeirt.-Fkridian. /I
Middle Florida
which' is second'to, no flat, mixture of until May 4. The lat it
; 'r templaUng a *HHOII ol f ret for themselves weasel.asleep," arid nil subscribe to/the marsh'and sand Army of the lie- >va.A The Sate Sucsnge: Maker had 'betterIes'

and an opportunity io thoroughlyreorganize ; sentiment Unit Florida, is perfectly: p wit of the country for cotton.. In the r riuu and arid, whose much ,I a Post of our order, i impossible to take obser vatiu&s.' The talk, and keep' his cleaver in order.

; .. for thu next campaign, bnnpuine i charming and you wilt find them there second place,Ihe low price of cotton and o range groves are but small nameof$ "'Phil. ship, was- .
.. dozen He will betray State st'erets'the first E&
iu their anticipations of a greatly every winter alter this. 'Well, they secure t!liu repeated destruction of the crop byhe or so trees, bearing the brave, whose; bt'TqI1EIOUlSt'* ,
.g 4 im-reitacd |bare$ next season-and rI I quarters in the. next'' few days, I look: have in with'i ison to'the "fruit"orchards ot was only'excelled I 'half a mile at ihe time ol.l thtt.hro. .: knows,. anti then Charles the Silent will.. ,
conjunction I|I he largest one be saw : ity to fal phe. Captain ThomasrwosoDuVcft night issue i writ of
they'll havtf 1t, too. the t j 4 Speaking of wanderers reminds me mire the flower, .and have fun. "with i.he.stimulus given by an increase..oftninp hundred trees. This in imitating hU ex and day for four entire days. -At 7 Several

1 that th sajie faces uru Hen all overFlorida. the hoyV generally the, novelty < rtntion facilities,induced a substition wealthy New Yorker, who bad his memory;- there o'clock in the evening *>f the1 seventh made prominent'Jacksonville merchants

I : to; where you \vjll,, vou find I wears a little off. and they strike; foiMeh.nsihlu r of fruit nnd vegetables, whicb the somely established himself* at St and heartily here was a dense fog; The falls were last week. Too hip-wreck'of their finances

-. ; numerou people! .whom you' first met tuid Lake Jessup, the Indian l lack of iranporlati'in'bas 'miide difficult I Lirie and kept things in trim .that. tha celebra akin in, the engines put oil half.speed, and failure much business for" the
.1 t town a to seek interior trade
in Jacksonville. Iu Hie St. Johns over river arid St. Augustine; uxplort; thu ; Senator Dennis complains of. )In 1876 may: be. ca& and the fo-bells u cd. BNhop's light ''
i in.Middle andWest Florida;' of provision for personal! thinking efforts was unseen, though only half mile distant. by judiciousadvcrtisiog.-Floridiaii. '
I. ':; at Augustine, in the Koliindes of thoOrklttWnha Otklawrhi, the lakes, the "woods, 'and, our a '
4 ; I np at :Mell..nville- -in the alter exhausting their curiosity', ''nnd. We cannot therefore, tuiitbtiill,- re even food at- the hotels in be beneficial!, we At, 10 ..%;lock we'struck.oh a reef, We should like to see Brother Dyke

i: Indian river coumr)-wb..TeviT you go; P"11Y, nearlyno ilieir stamp.*, find I commend this section for the ginning says that, at Fensacola he'had' :tccome" up' to md'alter four bumps the steamer settled dieraonstrate that proposition .-

:;... roaming about here there and every thimsehveag.iin; Jacksonville.. Meet braiich )funrenteprIse, although .the out and buycoal: off of & who 'down. There was a violent sea, ALACIIl'A COUSTT.

3 I -. where, Thir. iravels|i *r now, however lug them.'w.d.tylor.ttro' ,- you gently and beef from an army who with us; on and the tide vrns risinjj. Ttu) darkness
establishment in this a' The is flattering for the
vicinity, of cot while, prospect quite
1 -. paying $3 day intense Most'of
.all in .Well do per now to their -
ono JirecfS<>u-homeward I qujry; how you lik,Floridiby -> pjvssenge.rs erection of; $20.000 hotel here
j bound; and in, two U-evk froiu the this ,time ?". The..response-is ton'factory Vould largely stimulate1 and I principal hotel, aud the ; helped equally to w.r-e'awake; anti then> was" the UUO subscribed K th first soon.tho-
4... :, pnt-ent fiEnd Jarkw: '.nyTllo jjfid Fl, ridi;: liklyto be s'methingalfrr this sty'e' : .Increase. the cuUure'of cotton. cold be was'compclled to keep ; valor. usual rush (or. the bouts, but nearly all > offered, lay

is- will be, like a banquet ball!, delected.In "OhIt'ea nice place enough in'someni JacKsonville'is, located 'upon thC '$L, coat on_ all day in the' bouse! .years, hayinpas- the' boats.w.t staved. One .boat, with scripiion James Monroe paper, the was e )K re"d man,. cot- j -|

Vie light of the experience ol other pect8.. The climate is good, for1 sTck Jotiiis river which with its. tributaries vious goud l opinion of that t1tlne eon 1i-derate S i a, 'fqvv\sailors, left tbe'thip' the occu victed tb- last tern of the Cin-nit Court [* A

: yean, I: much 1'ear this rapid taking off l lolks. They have s nue very pretty the, world the 'Eitsterii Shore, otherwise than -a pants cowftnily'ret'usiiig'to siiiV. -Thecaptiiri
fur the murder of Mrs. Smith. U to hohung
: may be n little premature. One rosdon't flowers bertf.ton, and I like the. stretching quite Ipto'the interior of the very much, enhanced by these victors eanf.eyri endeavored ti' c nipel u'' d.ejHet this-

: make a un>rn >r,. you know, nor but then this; Is sand. I d 'orangese' peninsula, gives easy, safe and cheap ences, and be returns more that tim -ft/riner t by firing a resuIr'erovvrthewIiiit} .Dan, Cucumbersi n Friday beans 2l and tV IrKh at this place.

1 c the first robin a *pring-unlcsd tht-rc's a they, can.raise anything much, and, then access toalargecouon producing repion. with his home than .ever. Like 'meet1 the' latter-, big two hours six cannnshotwerrfirvd.. in lar j> wtoe3,
are .
bviugshipped quantities.
,. Kelly,be believes tho financial of whenthe powder tUmVptned. Distress ;:o
t bug around, the money they.manage to get .out *>f a fellowshipEx;
The J.,:P.& M. Railroad extend II.I. Weduesday a car load K-it Giincsville .
t Well, Florida It a great country. :Sbe fellowl;jmd Uie mosquitoes, and the of the'Soulh. to, be.its present- motto 'ofour-or 6rgn.aU.rocketiAnd blue lights were nnAnJwcrtnL -

I can boat the largest and longest river, fleas, arid-and-oh, \vell/d-n Florida! ing two hundred miles Io ,lho Chatta-, trouble0. nd 'ihat without the :X-hArity "tnt I At .midnight (the fog lilted the depor, itni'nearly as many moref

11. entirely within tier own border*, ol ain)' anyhow I"' boochee river-and crossing the Fernandina of; fresh capital, it/cannot .- in a minute, revealing the light house- via Fernandin.-i day betiire, bound for New York

k : State in the Union, and the w6st wcm- I sun North to-morow night.The and Cedar Keys Railroad at Bald I' His apprehensions are that ask and hope for Th i waves"were sweeping tbe decks and 1 The first' Steamship'of watermelons Line.. for1.. ,-
derlul in thK world. be has WASDERER. growing worse, in an / 'svurk of all 1 shipment ;
dl. .fprint j> win, 'miles from Jacksonville CAURrrxq A WATT VICTIMS, the v'i
twenty season Gainesville
passed depot on
:4 tM Oddawaha (there can bt. but ony t---, of view, instead of bettpr-and o'ut of the G. A.R.,
thus gives Ihe benefit, ot three hundred: eral : ,At 2o'ck.vktlcleck house, in 'wliiefi r Wednesday! last, consisting of fourf burrels -
i such) a rlimaio the peer of Italy, a soil,l Groves of Micanopy and>,Orange generations mut-t ellipse ; to give exprtssiorr Were the women and childn-ii, Tbe melons
was /
t in which flourish .alniont every variety Lake. ,- ;..._ and fifty miles-of! railroad transporta' South regains anything- of its not'doubting'but swept'aiwTiy., The crie and1- shriek of & R., were of Cedar shipped Keys -.,'.
: gers.
1. desired tropical Iruits. In jidditon to Lion'available for all prosperity. ; with aln tbd
p Orange, Sumter, Marion and Alachuaei purpose consequently S pro the victims were- heart-rending. Then and consigned to Messrs. Faulk &' Co. ,
sugar -ne. nyc, cotton. &c., 'she han We 'iakd the above 'from < ,
unties transportation wou d be I movement. followed 8ileDce.Aft tbe
fire all ja the line of what.may ..byw'ag M ghastly of Savannah
I aU' tbevran *, (Indigenous here,) with Pu4t..respect fully
r other natural called, the true orange-belt the Stat, )rit watersan&.niilroad.Wootl critic Vashington and : smokestack (ell clashing some. of thebouts'
many prent .advantages 'Iieparimeiit.,C m- "
and verdict ot
ils utter falsehood two. others were carried "Found drownoV i the
: that miffht be nirnt ined. Uutun| r Uiu.nAlunil habitat of lh .chrus (iuntl r. whet her,pine or,oak, delivered may correct brNew The -
away. .temainder. .followed the the Coroner's jnry OB ther Schiller victims.
I tui'ately these resources am Iuio>t entirely We receive good'news'' of the preset in.tliecity, costsfrom $3 to $4 per cord.We Senator- I3 nhU ,doo' not to the Posts captain! to the! forward bridge Each Who! disputes that JactThe .
undeveloped, and IbVre ,to, metfenu. have several saw-mills the Herald or- In'accunhBce witli 1 'ucccediD took1 'vicii'ms.Some'H L of
crops both fruit arid others from 'the : operatldn > WjiVe; fres public are arixi us"to kribwthe"canse

elapse.weighty before Florida reaion why will yewr becume* must whole of ibis -'region; Judge Edwards, l irr the -near vicinity,! and .hithert; says he is tired of'the,gushing ; ,'expressed be found that uht r\-log i'h the iukirimastarci the disaster. Was it stupidity,recklessneks -' ?
enga ; -
and thriving State. who was 'in Uie'! city last week,'flutesibal the ;8labi,or refuse lumber have bee ndispose4l expressions, 44vdown-trodden reeuociliution .be S'-nu-on the) li>remast.At or one of those mysterious acts of .t
3 o'cliHik'ihe captain and two other Providence whkb human sagacity
"ruined ,Southl' It ." no
We reiuark upon th's' that'the very the>ure prospect ol tran p'jrtationtof of by fire and I presume much, ;: says; OflieersWrre410. the. bridge.' Thtf, cap-; could have prevented ? These words

e tlent'of area of su t1e4ra.44'a. vuntr T the 'ernaffn.hineliasbieathedtI 3 If not all of Ibe fiiol required for a steam i', not ruined, but, on thet Above preamble lain d scund.td for, moment tin ..rendernssistatice "Found Drowned," will ,hardly, satisfy

that i undeveloped, (tbo inteufity and breath ot new iiie into the w"hvle. "i jljmanufaciory j could be contracted'' for at wealthier than be lore the war, authenttcatedj and 'be anti vvusswept'away. "Thus' the public mind.

extent of the Interest already .by 'in.tdequate,4aeiUi ZIon .along tho FlorIda RaIlroad, and| a'very'low figure. certainty ot an increasing papers.Department a copy-of perished a bnuV' maii'r| J>ays| Mr. Stern.Blow' I. -' -

t. aroused in regard to FJor- that ihc-pjittlorrns of ih dejxit* arc Wo .have 'a large .class ,df'taboring tuiure. S .-A. SMITH. P.'C. 'There is an old adage) which runs,
S : His : at the. Pilots. When thieves fallout honest men get
Ida, couplod with the fact Ui\t FJoiidnm&Jumi loaded witb cratcs 9fctehabIeaof various i- men, or those nuv. with occupalion. misreprenentaUoris of t. "
: in-t I theif due. Ah animated
ut1.becume ; so outrageously false'lhaf! th'a : ; -. 'The: ,Court of Appeals has just ifecided extrernVly
; >re maturial prt xre w in,'the U t kinds He says the breadth ol cul.tuie I. Sj>, arid who would gladlyaccept against the of discussion upon the subject of the exrmrhitnnctt -
'yalidiiy tff-sbuiupIlutagt .
season than any other Southern Sjatc, l in melons and garden vegetables U opportunity tbat ucb ft manufacturu explicable by the fiat that the Se College,.., The following tire the terms of the decision : uf the charged of the papers

with two exceptions, all couibinc I t->. Immense and that fen'' abundance 1 61loblohs ,would give., \ apprehend] ihat a, Urge" owner"of' lands on the' S of Chief Justictv Church, as telegraphed having the oflScJal printing of the city of
.I- Shore 'Maryland aria the ; has the St, Louis, has resulted in awarding ikcuntrat't
disprove and contradict; the weighty Will be forwarded In the last ofMay. ia .it happened Georgia, so here, there lencyof from Albany --"TheW1 n'tprbi the lowest bidder. The -
immigration Fjorfda of the location >-U n in ihe law com pulling a Vessel t tti
doubtt needbo fear ,10
of Wanderer. ; mf whatever of a jJack, of i
Jn' recent private letter to us ; ; competition was so brisk that the advertising
: ,
labor !hetI.iet9( white or colorexl. the market price of accept llie.'first pilot speaking her; ,ii>r
Oiienf the wort Maryland fon
imp Htmt M?. fidwardfc was awarded to the (Dispatch
|crlinp<*, y : citizen (compel herto; pay- for services '
tOur 'e
are intelligent
| und pub- ex
is f
tlit41t114A.IIO4 of title 21 cents line.
HI, in MiCAKoW : a
constquenco -
rendered. Iu jhecast of Cisct
April *, 18Th. lic-spiritediund we'aru'confident would because- ; > aicaiust
under wbU-h otibet.li Spanish Uiu| trnnU IIox. J. S,' ADAMS. Dear titr:. -Your S; noi k>nly weloiroe thee inauguration ofriiy 'The'People'' .' Agricultural Roberts, tbe Occisfou ha.sbeen reverse -

jn.lI'I4uaIm, titles.large ir cU were cwli-d ;to wtet-uiedlfavor linilt-r date of ''thtf' l'5th such manufacturing enterprise, but Mr. Evarts. his'adulatory South Florida,r by subsequent, laws arid Is no longer The latest assertion of the historical

much of ibe lauds aru In ttie l very State di f.-ctive to Just,, f it j-cad/nnd in reply >rruit me tdiy to the full extent of their'means would Carl "Schurai at tho banquet ? might, 04 well; binding. It is unjust, arid crriViot hold inconoclasts is that documentary evidence
and '
jtrudont exists the Boston
that vessel shall be to that
sale ; a compelled prove
notwithstanding of.tniit: I-
oiy heartily but
co-opurate; we are I to in as
nrcMUtou! sorry given his honor -
t parue aboutlnvieiiltii I but
g. hare beei attempted 'whera service w patriots of 1773'emptied nothing
; 'pilott
qiiiu Urg and highly.rcmuitiefatlu add, that our means are not equal to our Jt.will never re; to'pay no ret* '
: A' at least'thlrty *trillions. acres of | still ha>0 fiUeen, or twenty go Hj wUljeiij; Still, ifas, sevjxta to bewjse definition of'the s nifleanco-.bf the' State.' By the dared-or needed.?? This piecO ol tardy painted oats Into the harbor, the British

4 : T A t-arrej on it&.trte. and'some,of jbemaJ such scope only U given u> an .enteri'risif 1" pending contesl when b&jiaid;. ; .ipr.pri I- justiciJ'WiH hailed with satisfaction tea being taken ashore and economically
'1 flnd'aii cufrirrew: and will lake by, ship lownursand, by captains who used in tbe ordinary, wayThriftlirift.'Horatio-
with any obstructions from SpnnUh gre'aluluaiture Pi" this cbanlcter. 'as .befits 'a "v\Ve know, we want no open children '
!1 In filling yrtur order ii* eoun HB IiODt.tt'prsjtCt.' necessarily 6t ''art experimental dence that'this 'contest |' +io s condition;" frequent./'.tbi WT\-fif.? f. Shipping ;
i i: grants, cvidecriy fipjjrrhensions of 1 List. JWe don't believe the The oats
iinQciently iiilorihed if the route charrtcter, we think that placemen' and he 'people than" ;when the colored1 story.
:i1 WafldvferVjiud- many other are p** by whk-Ji nvBhlp If I feen-1 by Fernai ri i* the fair:iud; just proportion 'ofto 1k exhIbited to our notice evCrvd ] wliites will, itjre:! t'-: would have cost them something.anJit'was
c1te4: dma and New ,Y.,rk, it will b i ; ML4CarblindM. Crane/otie of those' cheaper to throw away-othr people's
I -- ptovDCfdie>fc, and un.wbolsoiuu nefe* :iry oeceiwary to ecUrt3aIi desired (denUfi.-, wum| a'cdntest is. by.the'people r LtL undisputed pise
I drrt 10 lmvt t4rtnbigtieq; jit; the latter; placa cation of local interest could be secured 1. a puplic; man-and II he {Is *are incliDcd'U- lost by tbeShiller disaster. waic.aieco tea than their" qwn pats.. The Bostonians -

topuih J the fruit forward and pay any .We deem thU teller 4 ue-- of possibly hU repreientatjvei tbe nLi' ot:Trustees' acted of the wife id t Senator Edrimnd4of.Ver-< are very' vafniotl philanthropic
I ; Tlu-n oon'sthuIaborqao41an,4.Me gtof exjM-nse that nuay ccrutUairAiuf rriug. this rush ; location 'b Ic inpnt,-wUb whoTi she passed,the.winter.ioiWaahiiiKtoo people and in the tea business,
men ,inj scu-blni
tlijii.zthere ia'srltvrwe4.by; ii IuiI .tit LudLetu any ruuttslortt it, und'publish, ihe letter knd answer.ii t PI b1ttJ j r *t Jrom the ,' yon ,; Shenwas; :a accbrnplisb'eu "asf) |'in-'Iheir anti-sfairerv' :cinasade,'they
I ) Wrp up1n
o .lorfHl |>tw pl ;, and llwy*iyjveryxunreWhile -.. othrj ml ehicitibrther! '4Iscpsat r q* 'ct tbt V eiibfe _ti t1s nd hIir.Airo1 the; --"S ; ; ,.' young lady, and wa4 on her, demonstrated their willingness to sacrifice

L IJalbIr. 'on' tild uve'rage ,4 qnk?. gIve w! !. ;N'oir: r.Q way to'EvropQ upfepend'ttvbVears with 1 any amount of other-people's property
i4 biv abIdJn t'tb th> family'brMlnisterMarsband.8lndy! I in the maintenance of their principles.
; srsjottW jkoil B, ldppint'lT4iII i&tIf g&5n ill Nsvr Soirrp- c when yon bit your p'labe itTlbe _
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CITY NEWS; Homestead Exemption. "- : Lulnt''s in this localityls being pm NATIONAL BANK .- 'STEAIiEItS.CHARLESTON .

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Judge Bradley In the"case: (J"C.Greelcy .< sued with roucl}-':ardor;: ;especially by. bF FioRtD : ,' i' ; : -t _-_. --_-:_ --_- -

J>oft Office Notice. 1'\ ( I assignee. ia .bankruptcy of the people from the Northern: Slates.A AND FLORIDA: :: '. ; : ( } : :T-NITEr. .STATES 'MAIL' ; n'i" .

notice tb in thero.tind _. SALE;.AND -.IJVERYi'CB. ;. ". _',t-w.e.b-
eatate of J. W. JACKSONVILLE. ,
T.utI1 farther Scott.ieb 3. W Scott new time table for:the' A. G. & > -- STEAM: PACKET II.''J'' r .. -i. 4 FOSTOFFIO ,
mail wiil ciose at SJX) j. m, and wife el 41. has made the Tkt 'irmly Ktirmt 8 ia tftrmfim in tktSttte. DErARTwtNt. j'
yesterII following .V. L T. CoV, railroad, will go into .ef- ..f:3T :61S' Washington; Atnl 14, 187}. ? .
i' daemon 7 r : B Proposal wOW received the Coertct Office c/ .n
: > J at
feet next week. The Savannah and New York sold _
4e. i mail train will Exchange on ,and Ex. this '6itk .
Department M 83
p.m.WMay pneiI?)*;*
C. anal! Northern bought "
J. GUILT. change
'I Jocsrii.W.$Scakr.vs. leave Fernandina at & points CHANGE OF CHED.ULE. (MUoVcidcdfcy Jane to.ttrsk** *rymc the statinof _
Off for Europe. Jix' W.SCOTT AND Wire,tt 6Thg.ehc&eEkdtbcbrn o'clock a. m., AT CURRENT; RATES. the United Scate* from July f. "$). to Jnne:JS ',r. -

Bounetliau to prevent tie reaching Baldwin too lalo to connector TIlE{ STEAMER: DICTATOR i J i 1 ;McCLTNNY. PnomntMt. : fo&iiwbg ram*, m. &CM W Florida .
H- T. BJ, H- D. debtor and his wife from ,setting up the right ol'home. STQCKHOLDEKS .' Ji&tte !*M, daparoites aid arrivals htvehtfoji .
Ipt. left on the Point stead to a certain. tract of land ia the neighborhood of Jacksonville, unless a change' shouldbe : CATTAIW LEO TOG EL. ;' -: ,,.w !

ID4 G. Elliott City laduonviUe.tract consists of which about they datm as such The whole made on J. P. & y. road. F.'vigw. lows.H:, Esa Will leave WttaesdaZr Tuesday evening and Sav Notice'I*given to I>M public that-t-lave arcIIuec' ; :" Servile"n 11II s24. '. ..

Jait SauW for Europe. The good suburb cLod &ast Jacksonville forty acres,ia much an uniooorporatsd of which has Ion. F. E.Smnri \.A "d.*J.71Iq. arniah Palatka.every 4 intenoedUte landless.Feraandiaa.; -.Jacksonville' the wcU..k_ ARTftlDGF. STABLEsTopposiM Tt'OSJUpSr.-Aacrum.14 ssSea iirf WV.once.

l Urge circle ol friend follow bee* laid out into budding lots,and on which the bank- -The new iron steamship Montgomery tulLe RXMWCTDK, UtI.: 1 c..A. FAntCJTTLD, tn dill MEJk9POUT&'f HOTEL, and b.011 band awvtk. .
bes Or a nape resides and has a stcsm .w. Ul which he has will leave Fvrnandina in the Xtw .' RnmscTOM, iq. DallOlt C".KXUA .. RETURNING: Leave Jasper Saturday at I am; .">. :

'' ortbe pirated for many years as his prindpJ busii_. W.,_.SUCIVBS, 1 sq., W. M. BOCTWICK,EsqTNEW Lea's Palatka A VERY LARGE STOOC OF HORSES A. &. Arrive M Aocnm by ismt- -.
=. __. '_- -' '- '. York and Florida every Thursday evening. Jacksonville MULES Leave Anermm ftamrday at ipl
a- ; JlK Constitution of Florida Steamship FOMLTfcose .
-- r "V 'r *adopted 111I611'OC1'YQ Company'sLines September 1874.FIRST I-4'IT every Friday morning 10 suit the tide. Fernandiaa .' Arr4IasJbT5a. -. ,'
Discontinued.order to every head ol a tastily, residing ia the btate,his for New York direct this same day arriving. bavannah. and .Ofrtarurdayi e-. Bondinsirtdwi&kbd.5ioo,.
homestead and thousand evening -'- "-
one dollars worth of jStrsonal ; : dcurinr topmdkasc will Cad It to the*advantage ,:; -

of the roftmaster-GeneraJ, property free trom the claims of creditors if not ina after the arrival of the 4 p. m. train from ADVERTISEMENTS.DOST Through bills kuHrg given to Baltimore Phuaoelphla. to examine this ausuaily Urge and attractive. 1(040 Front Batlry's Mifls.. ta. "MkecMutec' ,is nScs. .sa4,
ny tftcurporued city or tows it may be a fcomeuead to .New York and other points. stock,adapted to.aQ uses. 'I aat aLa receiving' bach,once a week. ?f
Yellow Bluff ha been the extent of one hundred and sixty acre of land; if this city. Many thanks are due to the T s Dicta or win connect with'New York Steamship Leave Bailer's Milts; SaMrday sc i y-, k1: -
thf,04.oceat I. suck thy or town, half an acre.without any bmit as .OFFICE NOTICE. *every Saturday,both at Savannah and Charles A COMPLETE OUTFIT OF Arr.ve a< Micco* ke ky 4 p m: .
mail for that .value ia this $ .
10 line -tk
diJUcontined. Hereafter' either case. 1 b. reservation,however is energetic proprietors of for ton. Connection is also made with the St Johns RaO- 1eavsWccesukesSstwdaystsm5
only that of the homestead and embrace no more. road at 1'ocoi.and at /sluka-witK .Arrive Bailey's Mill ty 11 a as. ,. ...
pace .ill be held in the office in this although the party may own mre within the prescribe providing, such '-ejegant vessels as the ARRIVAL-AND.DEPARTURE. OF, ,).' .!.. Upper St.John. and the Ocklawaha river.steamers for the BUGGIES, ,PHaSjONS. AND. Bond reouiredw&h' bid.Iwo. .'
unit of quantity. It is very material therefore to : *6'
for distribution.jjnericus It BOW what i is meant by and embraced ia a homestead., Montgomery and. huntsville for the AntvL dose. ACO..n. OTHER tfiofo From FrecpoR M .Point Washines. .s* mJIasT ,.
and cstcta.daily. O.-OOA.K. 3:30 p.at.'emandina aadtck..ne.awtek. 't HI.1'TiM
Ithin the meaning of the Constitution of Florida however accommodation of the public. RAVENEL & Oi. arleston. .
and Florida Railroad
it may be ewbereH,k certainly embraces than BRAINARD & RUttlXMIt, Savannah. :' Leaver reepoct Sstarday stipnv; -- jJArriveat \,
and Ladder Company more ___' of tie *"* *..
daily latest
Hook a house fur a shelter: forte may extend to one hundred Schooners F. S. ; 9.-OOVM. 3:30 P.M. 'FFREYS. BRO atMJN.remaadina. style*. Point Washington by 4.jo p_:
Seabnry Capt. Saiat and '
Augustine Palatka : Ixave
sad sixty acres of land, which could never be needed JEFrKli&BkO"Jacksounue ; : 1 Point WlllW1lcao.SalunlaJ.&I JV Sirt
At the annual election. of officers for for that purpose aIo. A* one hundred and sixty Trim of Bay's ))5ne, came in, MoDd.y. dou1y'UDdar-West, cxccp&ed4 00:] p. M. 8:' .A., M.Cey R. I. ADAMS Pablka FOR... LIVERY SERVICE. Arrive at Freeportby 8.30 P.

hilm.vZire* arm of the Fir DrPart ere* of land is the usual Quantity fur a farm in this morning from; New York with a :full day.arnves- .every-..Mo4.. _. 9:A.! st.rloKS :.'. C. H. BURN St.Aopa-IIC.-. ,; -? Bond required wits bW.float
n *
country the policy of the constitution seems to be,to Monday aDd lo-at tf which w'ffl be fbrmsnei, 1 toots From Saint s'11II Saint Theresa f.'o) jjf r
tile following gentlemen were allow a ma such..tjuamity( land with his house as every :,,_, i' .. miles and back three times from .
a week
" oeet be is cargo of merchandise consigned to Geo.R. Thursday.,_..... 3'30 p. M.Utlerpnse. July ass MNovember
occustomed to use therewith in the pursuit of basUCOIpatro. Melonvtlle. Halifax \rYORKAVD r! < i' 1 1. TAT THE, SHORTEST .NOTICE. 15. 1875. and fro** May i j w j J-jn, uw
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. dosen, for the coming year In other woro*.the object teem to be, Foster. The schooner. E. Halcock, and Indian river arrives .. '1876.. I'" .
not only to preserve to the untorninate debtor his house "'nn ? Leave Saint Uark'a TIICIda
Assistant ,. TltlandaJi" .
.aDdPet .
Marzyck; a.1'bUhCbJ.Dd"as- .
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for shelter but his usual of ol Providence R. 1 Mould in \ -. .
Foreman meant employment by Capt. .
nrday_, ,,,, ,., 4_P.Is. ; r SllnrtlaLl.--
N. Dobbins Secretary which. can his livelihood,and support his family. FERNANDINA .by A. ; ballast the time. The .Enterprise, Meionville. Hall- '.,. MOSTREAOADLE TERMS. '
Foreman, 1 he Mate as well the individual came up same ? **
as hiatself is interested '. ** ::"<-, laave at Saint Theresa Monday. Wednesday;
fax and Indian river '. .. -
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Zacharias. tabor
A. aad Industry and therefore :" ._ .
t takes .
Treasurer care : Friday at* -
Horn; schooner Katie S. Cook is iloa'diig : ---- --- a- >"V--isi. ,,
lfred that he shall not be deprived of the power ..employ day and Friday-LI -_' '"8ooA.i.'art 'i :. SEAM1IiPLINE! : Arrive at SaiIll11m 6y 6>m. ,

& at Clark's wharf for Nassau,'K.. P. J ud George ,and Mr. C.. Mi: BRITTAIN Is mr authorized Agent Bo d required with bid.| on. -' .. *.* -
Dixie. la the case of a farmer therefore it i*clear that the I Msypon ,' ,' mi'FEL'lANDIXA. and Manager aDd win always be found;at the Stables
"" The Pony exemption embraces his house and larm not exceeding log from the number of vessels in port, i amycs1 leaves Wednesday uesday and and'ridayoo Sat p. M. '.. :, ready to attend to.all Nffr". appertaining to the
friend Gco. F. Acosta of the amount JiwueJ; ui course it includes(and the .. .. .......... tabiisbment; U B, ilcjltNNY. and back once a week. .; *,:. ; a. ".
8:00 '
and urday .
Oar young "juiuua declares) the improvements thereon. loading with lamber, for Northern' 1 A.U. FLA. October ScptJ6.1172u. atf Leave PUatka Saturday at6am; 'I. t
St. Nicholas___ 874 J
1 Chute .IO-.OOA. ioona.w. i. Arrive at twin ty is m # r.: "* 'i.
& Acosta has improvements, however, must be such as to ; ITt a
of Canova purchased West India should
the firm make them ports,. we Leave Iwia Sanrdsy at I m ,, ''
properly a pan ot the .homestead such as say'thatl OFFICE HOURS NORTHPOINT -' p ; .
the Arabian pony Dixie, lorty outhouses ban_, sbeus. wajeunhoi e tcnces &c. the shipping interest of : : Gentlemen's.underwear at BUCKYJS. .Amvc at Pilatka by 7 p a. v t S, f
they would not embrace tenant buuscs,though built on The post-office will be open daily(Sundays excepted Capt SMTTH: 7' Bond required with but;f joa. i

owned by U. T. Baya. On Moo- the Urm.further would be no proper part ot the rm- io' a healthy condition. No less than from 8 A. M to 6.30 r. .. >V \SO IC.. ''v' '; !T 16099 Front Sanford M Lake Jessup'18 sails* and:"$, t

Dixie was driven by Mr. homestead. They Conktitu capiu. scpcrately invest vessels wait- The office w9i be open on Sundays from ia to 1:30 LEO I ICapc.DANIELS ;:M : back once*week. '
fa afternoon ed. 1 bey produce a revenue of their own distinct wenty-onc are loading or dock P. u. a- MIl ** .
Leave Sanford '
AcostaUJd from his handsome appear- rom that of the farm. ngto load. lhe general .and box deliveries wiB be open at nfltimeaduring : : SOLOMON LODGE NO. 20. Arrive tJLak Samrdav jestnp by at ss 6 m s:m'; -T.'-d teft t
I For
the the
same. reason the farmer1* oomestead woald regular hours.except when the mails Leave Lake
Mce in the buggy, we should judge thatbe not include a saw-null,or a trist-mfll. or a carding received are beio distributed.MONEY CAN ACCOMMODATE FIFTY FIRST- Regular Beec'Dj first and thIrd Wednesdays Ia Arrive Sanford Jesnp bjr Saturday yp' Mips-*.;-'. I -' 'K' t

and fuUing-mdl ihuufh erected on a portion of the EVERY LADY each month t
Bond with bid. ,
with his transfer required ._ *
satisfied ORDF.R OFFICE. "
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tract which the Cum is a The j
i is perfectly part e are seperateeatcrpnsts CLASS: PASSENGERS. CEO" W. JOYES.WJJ.
in which the farmer Has been enabled to ..Should have one of The Magic Needle Tl readers. Themoneyocdcremccwiflbeopcafrout9a.ss.ics CHAS. G ELLIOTT. Secretary. '. 16100 From PeMMota by Tow Point(m..]. Xarfj C

of owner _ r_ avcst his turptu capital. They arc no pan of the Win thread a needle ia the dark as well as in da)light. :y>.. M.and from 3 to 4 r.M. These steamers sail from New York, Pier a,Nona : Esther.4S miles and back,once a week .
(arm. 11 be runs them he does it as a seperate bu.i.MM Money orders are issued at this office payable ia any LavePr.iMo.dsyst6s as- '"' !t' *
Bad Weather.A from that of his Linn and be cannot claim ooth as For hand needles or for sewing' machines. Price 25 part or the UDiJ 'atCi. and also orders payabe in River,every Thursday.and from.F -namIIna. Railroad. Balmorals.Bustles,and Chignon;at BUCKYS. Arrive at Mary Esther Tuesday at 9 a BKJ .. . I-
appurtenant to and part of his homestead. They coo- cents. Will be for sale on the corner of Bay and Pine Great Britain Switzerland and Germany .Wharf every Leave Mary Esther next day by 10 a U : r.

received by Mr. A. G. Rouse. soLute the basis ut outwdc and cpa ate induUnc treetffbr one week. The following are the rates of com mission;. Arrive at PeosacoU next day by f p at* ..V.4 r

letter A mill-owner, in like manner may have a farm at- S _ _ WEDNESDAY.MOTGOMERY T.s. SWAIM l, ., Bond required with bid,$600.
from a friend in New York, tached to his mall and work U as a separate and secondary % "- .
of thiS C1tY business .He may claim his mill *s a part of his TO THE PUBLIC.On order not exceeding Jio,5 cents. PRACTICAL For law relating to the postal service baa of pro.- ...-- -
written on the 8th instant, has this item homestead but nut the farm sao.' Otherwise by muLl and after the seth inst ,all papers and periodicals
tying his branches of buinei and trade a man ormerly E. B. will be Over Sao and not exceeding '30,15 cents. Capt. FAIRCLOTO.WHl conditions to be embraced m the mnlm.1.see adver'*:. -,
"I I supplied by Kellogg supplied by ADd W TCHlAKER. late with J.J.Holland has
bontthe weather: am very sorry night have a large domain consisting of estab Over f 30 and not exceeding (40,so cents. tiseaaent of this date in pamphlet form.to be found at' .
advice and a few lish menu,_claim them all incident to many his home- PhilIp Waller,.two doors, west of the Post Office Over>40 and not exceeding $y>,15 cents. leave New York on the ijth and. Fernandina taken a window in WALTER'S UGAR STORE.two the termini of each route,or by arklnminf the Secant
heed stay doors of the Post-office where be is
did not your west preparedwith Aiswant Postmaster General. ,
the ,
Mad 1 his never could have been thi intent ol the Contracts by subscription made wilt said Kellogg will VOKCICX MOMT OKDEBS. on igth.

neb longer for it is quite cold here .its. 1 11 bike would be an unreasonable constructionof be completed by said Walter until further notice.E. On ordeis not exceeding Jio,15 cents. -- For freight or passage apply to a good stock.cftoclsaadmatcrialtodoanykbidcworkinbisline. "Mail Bids proposal should be CM Sate sealed of envelopes,copencribnl,"aadsd-:.'

terms. terms must be fairly c jet" as to fully carry out the policy of the omuiuuion and Over i 20 and not exceeding (30,-75 cents. HERM CELPCKE. Agent Extra Fine M nnting of Florida WashiBgtra. C. MARSHALL.Jfe.WELL.. 'i,,., 4

The second edition of winter with debts)et not to nullny all obligations of a debtor to pay his TWENTY-FIVE OLD'PIANOS WANTED.' Over fy and not exceeding Over J40 and excecdirig Jso It '5. i'
which the Northern States were visited bat the preservation of a bouse-holder's means of ia exchange for new ones,at SMITH NOKTOII C J, b. ADAM, Postmaster McQUAID. Agent. .. .
carryiig on hb business as well as a bouse lor Jacksonville.May a specialty. Fine watches carclufly. thoroughly and Basket and Coverlet of sixe and quality at"1 rr j
1.1875.GROCERIES Poll' Block $.
dicora- Bay .Jacksonville.OrW. every
this year caused a great deal of .tac1&CI'. is ithu the constitutional purpose is evident : : promptly repaired. lUUY.s..} '.0"D '- ,
home rom the clause relating to city property namely that CALL AT J. WOODWARD N.BU it..worth doing at all its worth doing we!. .'
to such invalids as wcr.t early. ill a city or town the exemption shall extead -
fort not to CHATER 'KING {
Smith Norton &Co'L, and see their f 60 Organs. I AND PROVISIONS. Representing ,Agents ". ." EPORT ?
nure Improvements or buildings than the residence and d Jf'aJOIS .
Nisiocts house of the owner,showing that the business 5'U tt I' 10.10. tf Fernandina.Florida. :do .pIp 1'1' 3tYIIH3LVM pay
The New Era Advertiser.We house as weJ as residence b included. cundltMa '. Lni
Of the of tile
Hut while the cases which we have supposed are INK. INK. PENS PENS. JOHN CLARK, 'l iaTiaAtafiYDIi3'kIi
omitted to notice the advent of comparative!) easy of solution a great many others RAILROADS. FIRST NATIONAL. KOF FLORIDA 4.flt
will artec presenting greater Oimculty and embarrass Pencils Pen-Holders Pencils at Smith Norton .J ..
'1tlV LL 'f':> "
candidate for the suffrages of ment. The amount ol prope.ty which the & FORWARDING : ,'" A S.'S if
till new necessary Co'* 5 tx tt : : .'z Jacksonville,ia the Stale of Florida at the close .
fc .
nterpretation of the will ACKSOXVILI.E PENSACOIA AND
exemption sometimes embrace '
businrn. May rat, -
our community. The editor has had wU undoubtedly appear as a great hardship and injustice THE PARENTS AD r::, J {.ir.i;", J ". MOBILE RAILROAD CO. 1875.BBSOVKCSS.. ,. 7 .;. m .

in the business to credmirs. I tis" great stride from that state ,. Dra en_nd.U:iits.very cheap at EUCKYS.O ,
OMJ sears experience at things in which the sanctity of a debt induced the )fall well regulated families purchase their groceries of "t 4 Lantoaaddhscosn'$5aJ7574 fti '
legislature njt the debtor his Rich Polk' t: O M'M I S SI Q N ; M. E R C if ANT .SUPE&ZWTVIDEnT'S OJ'PWZ Overdraft. .
tod evidently knows how to make a only tj take Iron all pro- Block Bay street. roat tf .: .p 13,
peTty, but even hb liberty itself. U may be a question ; : .'. ) .tt:; ...... TAy.AHA5SU. December 19, 1874./ R SALE. U.S. Bonds to seem cuxoauoa_- so.-.,.. .
newspaper, even under the most adverse whether it is not carrying the principle of exemption WANTED J. Ann DEALCM III On and after SUNDAY DEC.-90. 1874 Passenger F. U.S.lSoadr.oau.Ia: :
tuG far Sir the public welfare It is true that the larmer ;. i. ; >( ". trains on this road will run as follows: tiue Lung approved reserve agents.- 10.6)7 61 .
circumstances. His second number without bb farm, the lilartsmuh without hb forge the Six gooi, active white boys Apply'the under. A half interest in one of the.most Bonrishtng aad productive Due from ether National ( "f-t- ... 2.15&an' ,
the miller without his ROCERIEa. PROVISIONS GRAIN PASSENGER.. Daily Sunday*.excepted,,, Die from Slate asks and Bankers_
mill the trader or business man ifcncd. East door F. > .sao 05 !
Itot Saturday JaoksomiBe,next to Canepa'fstore.
made its appearance without hb shop tn fine tiny dozen without his place HAY. SEGARS. .-. &c. A_ ..| A M. ORA.NCE GROVES, ., Real estate,furniture and bta5 'S !

and is a rcad 1tJle." andM lfte sheet We to wurk and labor,or pursue -ordinary calling k ., .. Leave J cV onvit1e_ j aa!Leave Sav IIrWI-_ 8.00 Currenteapcasesandtaxespaid.._, r,3sy3a4 1- t
deprived of the power to support bam.cXfand his family, W A YOUNG Sole Agents for Florida for - -. liaWlwin_. k.sol,I ".. Chatuboi predict for him a lively time when be and becomes a burden wtead of a help to the cornmanky. : *. Lake City-to-5o| Quincy. g.y 1-939 mOSTDKXS'AT Checks aDd otter cd it'T' as1. J 1

Iboc eitabiuhmenu or places of bbur or NOTICE. AveriU's Chemical Paint,and .. M.j[ lallahassce. _1030 Klls of other National Baak........._ 17.591 c. ...,..t, ,
once pets his hand in and his housepr'perI3' occupation are respectively adjuncts of a '* homestead BUCKT will pledge to. Clothing. Gentlemen's Un- Live Oaki 33 P.M. Fn>cconwl currency,(including niclels, J.3I 9'1" .
order. be have and. within the intent and meaning of the ,, White's Patent Drawer Mariison a J5; ** Miditon__ 1.15 I WJlO&.asAU SAVAHAH PlrlaS.I Specie imctuding'gold and treasury-J31 ,<}: t
set in May along ions-iuiuonof Florida form a pan of It. Whether Icrwear, Blankets,Ovcrowls Cloaks Talmas CoverMs Money 0 b f". TaiL.ha.-uce_ 6.y'. M, tive tak_ 4.30 -egaRedemptiaii-_- J6 00 ,

life and a longer bank account the provtkioa is pulitic or iinpuluic is a question with ,Trunks Valie,Silk and Fur Hats, and myriads /f t Agent for t t. Quiscy-4 .4 S.ii4 'tIake.CIty..46.go < j r ROBINSON fund with U Treosarer ,'. -' -.t.n .

which the courts are not concerned In the eye of theihtloso of other ankles too numerous to mention at law Arthe'Ch.ittah.acbec9.t4'P.aldwin..j.. Lao -U per cent.OL cinllla ion) .-: : : .- J !
than is usually the lot of we nus. ,hic c..ooonukt, taking a broad view of the io- very STtAMUt LIZ2IE BAKER. ; Savannah _. g.ijArrive[ Jacksonvile 9,15 MTMOLC5ALK&uTAh
crests and objects of human has frictt. Ii-I4tf Tau" -' $-.Mt' ,." i
., society. it many ----
.z2.VQwst.L; __ P'--lCtS can z> through to St. Marks Mondays- Jl.R..lLG.G-l..s _L.. .h .
reasons ia hs favor; and the creditor cannot compL.tnofinjustics .. ....... :: rHoegs -\ t.LUILITJa..1
1USICAL-F1BUFMLTORD, .-.------" w..wsa7uzer-rrPya, 1 ,a.Tllm.'. I'
PicNic.The for widcnaiida the be '
tiq OOSXUHOB* when Airp days and ba'nrdj js.K1CTTE. Block. Bay St. Capital stock paid II'so.
the credit. Ill of wifl I lessons the lies, on W" !
J gives; a pure question policy.name England give on #, Orr". i Other undivided proS' ,A' :

annual pic-nic of f St. Joseph"] ''y;whether the advantages obtained by the exemption l"rtet, Flute and all'Erftt and StrimgtJtutru- Van Brunt& Ero*>. Line Sailing Packet. ..PRESS.Daily.r. JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.' National Bank notes omsranmi -__" sos aoi17J ow : '

Academy took place last Thursday, and are unwillingness equivalent tit to the caplul disadvantages to remain arising in a community from the _",. Terms Jij per quarter of 14 lessons. Apply .: ..J P: .. _. Individual deposu*subnet chcck_ ".JD.7.r .. f
FROM NEWYVORK. I COlirotnramtO ntiso>rnoiisPrai"KJ A St51ALTT. Demand certificate of "........_ Ur323OS.t" j
Leave Leave
where each an exemption cxuts; or whether trom the kt Smith. Norton& C. .Music Store,or address P. ,. Jakituvlle. 400j : S.yaDaah..4.00faldwlIl Due tootbctNaticmal Ront._ .
welilUanagl-d affair. Mr. _. .. 7 49 !
very alter cause the law wul not toe 5.55 A. M.Live ;,,4
depressingly _
operate O. Box tf. .. ., _
i9 5.1' IW36-I9 Bay Street Jacksonv j i"'t. Lake Oak.
_. 0&1.1.32 !
the Sister upon enterprise. Speculation, however, is uanc.cs1'bc ; 3.00 --r
blasted kindly gill permission TorAJ.n I
ary.. ptopU oldie State Florida have in theirCuasjmdon BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS Arrive .Live. **-Oak,' __"" zoiio_ .'. 'Lake Oty__"4, ? Silk Scarfs variety ofcaoc.t BUCKVSCARRIAGE #
to the beautiful which declared what their"ill is on the subject, A. IIDiU'1W ._ 7.45 STATE ow ILOUBA.CODXTT or DvAL.to: .: yo 1
use Bud
grove Will hod a complete assortment of lumber. dressed Fine black dress coats and fancy.neck wear at j's': .
and that declaration i. binding on both the people and 8-59IArrift Jackso.iflc.p.t? I.JSMCS M. S OiDIAKU. Cashier of the aboveaamed -K
nmmnds his house for the and and undressed,mouldings shingles etc..*t tte Depot .' !
purpose the coons. Norm.-A Special Train will leave Tallahassee. / SHOP. bank do solemnly swear that the above stat*> !
In the caR under Consideration the debtor claims to .umber Yard. Orders to be delivered at landings on meat 10 th best of belief. *
afforded very facility to those in charge. 'X TILl.50N & WHITLOCK. unisys at 3 40 p m..arriving at Live Oak 9.33 p. m.. 4tnae m v klcdrc" ;;! 1
oQow the business and trade of sawing lumber and the River receive especial attention. V V Successors to TLos. A. \VlllsoaMAUJtS connecting with Savannah Train.. Retunun. leave JAMES M. SItJE31AJlh&ashter. 1' :
The Boclava/ wis diariered for be asks to have bis milQ 'tuch aojoins ha dwelling re- Address Lovtt J. DXUSH.FURNITURE. Live Oak 3 a. ou,arriving at Tallahassee at S.50 a.m. GEORGE ,L L Subscribed and sworn to before me ibift I4lh'iiay ..CMa7 i
scn" his h. In this
< cncKtead
as a pan o our opinion 4 "
occasion and made several trips duringthe claim U supported by the constitutional provision. 1 be Mt ,. ROBERT WALKER. CARRIAGE 3IAKER .Ian- J._H. B. BOURS.Notary PabEc i.' f
mU ia the sense of that Constuutiua b appurtenant to. Receiver and Gent Strpt Cosaxcr A ttest i.

day. The young people were. well slid parn f the debtor's bomcstrad. If it be otjeueAthat Just receiving front the schooner McDonald over GRAIN. FLOUR, AND FEED, T.C.SPOONER.Master TranspurtatioB." .-5-*? COR.WASHINGTON AND'ADAMS'STREETS, T. W.C.: MOORE. > i ) .: .

behaved and happy the exercises Innocent the v-.hie b unreasonably tgreat. we answer that Thousand Dollars worth of Furniture,in such variety TAMES M.SHOEMAKER,V Directors. '
; the Coo titiition limit of Slid Ten ', "
value the
prescribes no
and in good taste consisting of COlIN cannot prescribe one. As before stated we think and styles a* wd suit the demand of kH, at cturcn of A.,0G..4rW? T. CO. : RAILROAD. JACKSONVILLE- "i' .. I

hat a man's shop More or mill in which be pursues Northern prices,with freight added Call and exam- WO build in $laM style Carriages Buggies and .hfll
acted charades t iuging and a dance in A usiLj trade or avocation,ins well as the Unucr* .,
of between Light Wagons. BOARDING
farm; Is connected with and adjacent to his dwelling is Inc.at the old stand south side Bay street, ".

the open air. The only occurrence that etided to be iududed ia his hornet lead It i> the Irene and Laura. street.Jacksonville CORN RYE MEA': GRAHAM FER.'fANDINATOCEDARKEYSarena Repairing, neatly done. Come and tee my work.uxi : : d 1

threw anything like a damper on the stand may continue,ur place Io on pursue which his and industrial by meant labor.of and which be be a 'i 30 If --- -, -C. Ol LmiscsToii. -. '' jaw MANSION HOUSE. "- .' .: i

incful atuDcn and is wubia the which the Con- FLOUR.CRACKED WHEAT; 9O TBAKKHTSV '- '
olgect .
gtnnal enjoyment was a shower In the ; MORE NEW AND BEAUTIFUL SHEET MUSIC. : Talmas and f-kc.Jackctsat ,BUCKYS. .j* ;
.U&lw. has tn view. tBAT AUUT* LZATK.rernartdina : j
erening. The pic.nic may be set down > hut the debtor cannot ask to retain those portions of -Messrs.Smith Norton & eo..lCea determined to _a. m........ 45- a-m..... 4 45 .' PORT ROYAL. S. c.. 'tf
the forty acres tract which are not ancillary to bb .RULLS'AWISC'I WOODTURSINC'TUORDDl. [ yyia han.-..Mr..._ 6 .5---.6.i JO-,6 a Q y ,
at homestead considered a* the homestead of a lumberman keep up with the times,so far_as Musical Merchaa Baldwin-...-... 7 4o__ 9 oo__ 7 4 o__ 9 ooSaincsvillr ROnERsok.MAPSON The NEW CTTVl:situate cn'tke SaaA Atlantic coast. "IF.-I' .
their Starke.-I 56It oat.,6_ and at the terminus of the Pan Royal Railroad The \ :
lleceess.The running a saw mill. Those portions will be fur disc may be concerned and have Just received at JO JI ;
the awl I nee under the direction of the i)!.tnct Court Street .zz jo...... x c6-*t 5&.._ta 03Archer. Have opened a first-das great desideramm.so,long required there is now de> '
in Mitchell' block on Bay a
Fernandina Fair. to trum the rest elegant store Wood Sawed Split and Deliveredby .............._ > orj '7_ i ao.- ojBrooson .veloped. -"JlSs1
Under separate the orcumvunces do not think that the magnificent stock of fine mu ical gems recently pub _- 3 05__ 3 17_ I 33..- I 39 SHAVING SALOON- Respectfully the Soperintendent tmderstgaeo. lately sof t.

This Initial exhibition of agricultural debtor has .. such course as to throw undue ished.that cannot fall to elicit the admiration of every Cordf Load. Cedar Keys.--- 5,53._.-.p.' m_1 .3 34-. .p. m. corner of Bay and line streets where!the modern will Augusta t Ga.,.announces"- that on the .jth in-**,.she ift.Aa.t' 'l !

products, seems to have 'proved a sue-I cmbambsmuits in the way uf the assignee. which need lady performer upon the piano-forte ia this city. or iGOtMe norm.UAVB. appliances isind by the best saloon ut the country can opca :
: L Li tIC removed by ibi inierervnceolacourt ol equity. 5-12 J be loand. They also furnish al all hours **
eel, and we feel encouraged to'hope: The main thing which "be claim, the'saw mill we *os'Block. Bay Street opposite our Mill and whar wlTI kSJUVE.. teaTs NEWLY AND ;
Cedar Keys..7 a.m', T. S ja. m......to NISHED ." .wfS
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think be is cauticd tt claim,unlcSk there ia some found FOP. SALE. 30Bron ;
fat a similar display In this county.:. stain lur.be altcgauoo.(the UJ that debu to a Urge AN EXCELLENT :jA CKSON VILLE:FLA. o _.....to.43u.y>-_n.rs f-n 31'Sainesvillc ,. .HOT AND COLD BATHS.. .
The thus induced -.-.- HJ which have been pr ved,were incurred i. the I offer my homestead,with, if desired two,three or .' ; Archer--p)8- J5 ,n::5S""')0 I MAN'S:: ION. 1:0- : i :
friendly competition erection ol _tmjiroveinuus * -ill lead better this WIU be which the District Staite____ a S*-r3 02__ 3 '__ 3 34RaId.iD for|io; eight shaves hair catting. and llJ'I.so. .
As For
to a system of production huwever a matter best seedling oranges,the only reason&* selling beinga .. __ 9-I9tf- private and transient boarders.. Confident of her." >.
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and to a of Court .n better irma>tiate. marshaling pecuniary inability to improve the place as It deserves. B CKY'takes the lead la the latest ctyle* of Silk and Callahan 6 35__ 6 6 33_ 6 4S aIernad from past experience she win zealonconsnlt iryfat I"
variety aid
greater >s. the taps alt
croj] aswu 4 bankniit*estate enforcing any the comfort of who may pa&ooix and
I wm bear' Fur Hats. 7tfrsuunt ; 8 m. : &hapaadLadica' Companion at BUCKVS.HOME. .
have of the trees undoubtedly 40P. topo .
We which paniuoar UC&Lon may uo particular parcels Forty or fifty orange terms the most favorable.
are glad that our county waa of pr petty we do nut Uunk there is any call lor ia the coming season.. The whole pace offers the best -CONNECTIONS.,., -.--- ; r '-. ANNIE BtJSSt.atuCrr. ..

L well and so numerously represented. the The iDtcrp..t.iUV8 uiuuun fur III injiuKtioa his ciun is dci Jed and the bin dbmksol chance in the vicinity of Jacksonville for a first-class w,GOLDEN.'. rxAKK ..'ADAMS. Ch.arlestoa At FERNANDINA.and w.th Steamer City Pptnt from :AREE. T .. : DUdMaZCItI5,1813._ 3.q
Savannah a. steamer
Monday at m.
ud shall expect to see the citizens of without coko and without prejudice Io the hotel with spacious: grounds. or for a circle of friends & ADAMS, Dictator from Charleston and Savannah.4 Thursdays at EackV'ii
Xatsao complainant as to any pan of the property except the who wish to LYe in vidnity,as the grounds will easily GOLDEN 4*. nu. With steamer.LUne Baker from Savannah, Lwlflgiveabsifldinghiulatheacwto'of'ROSEWOOD Kae Casslmen Slim.styGsa and dmratle,at .:
pay us back in oar own coin house and.w snili,and sacb rrasjnahlc extras o landabout .Bnmswfck and St. 6 m for ;
admit of subdivision into three or four private res* IX Mary's;Mondays at a. ; .
upon some future occasion. the same as may be occe. ary.nd proper*urttcircnjuymentasaboaicstcai r those points on Fridays at 8 a. m. .' : ::1. HOUSE ,;.. '
Among ) by the debtor end his dcnces.ia a wholesome and every way dnJraUe locality. -. i' - OIODELL 'ti .tf: :
those from Jacksonville who exhibited family and without prejudice as to the effect of debt J. S. ADAMS.. FINE GROCERIES At BALD WIN.with J p. ft M.R,R from,ack- To any one who wUI improve iu: .' '., ,." }:1. ,tS.
contracted fur and labor. sonvilleat 4:07 p. m : for''acuo.yiUe at 9:oa a m. I ?
lUbe fair were Smith, Norton & Co., We da nut thus that any Oeoec should be made -,SOLON ROBINSON. r t' y tOiEECTONER: i4.tFJVC : -' .' >t GAINESVILLE,with in-weekly! stage tine tot ) GOOD GOVERMENT LAND r .. FERNANDINA ,FLA :U'U.l ,. i

authorizing the assignee to sell the reversion of the Tampa: with tagtjine.for NewoaasvOcV Tflesdayj .- ", :
musical instrument t1i.; Geo., V.Frzazicr* bClIlt-...,ats the Constiuitioat expressly declares that I. his address delivered at the Ute meeting of the and Fridays. Can catcrcd'wit1uD*a half mileof' the'oepot.'andSTATE SAMUEL T. RlDDELZ PaxmusTosL" '.(-1-

fH'uCJDJIIi.wi accrue india. heirs of the i arty Florida Fruit Growers'Axodauon,says: InUtktm FOREIGN AND 'DOMESTIC FRUIT ALE At CEDAR KEYS,with steamer,to.aad.from New .. / -. ._____ m43MacaificeM : ;nl '.
lowing machines;' .Jlr.Grau1., : : .- having _ycdr. takca the benefit thereof. 1 bis. ktt lift Jfir.tlft; fttriJa it sat enly Mrerr.. Orleans every Saturday. Whit steamers from Key LAND br:
graph. b rries. however t* also a question which the District Coun tJtf Grail WINE. UQUOR.- CIGARS. West and Tampa.Fridays; from these places.Thurs. drive ef"erjkteen stues IIi tie w
; Mr.Bea.tty"tra They Stairs tf
Ck*a*well decide as lids COUrt. and presents no ground hd tin tuftrifr,tfJtit ORACO. ETC, days With Steamer Cool from Tampa.Sundays: for Atlantic Beach. fi ,' i' '
*M spoke well of the management, and for the interference ot a court of eqtty. Wttt" The proceeding of the Fruit Growers .ADo ,, ,, Tampa. Monday With Strainer Wawenock frouSuwanace Bought at f Las pet acre; J '.j'1.* O-Refrestuag. sea breeze .'
Bill&mj--\ In the Florida *" Friday forSGTI ;( Jt I believed that land.earn be found. '.'..3-,. ''
of the ota are now beiug published Afriatstrut. Have la store and to n'Yc. ; ; .. J angoveramcs OPENSUMMERIND WINTER. : .
hospitality of the Wand City. D. LJrlAXWELt hi the Sate accessible. ..
pIn Copies for sale at the office. Ocean'street so .- '; .5 ." ". 't.1. ;
-.- FIRST-CLASGQODS !-!3 Superintendent.fHEyLoRthOTOPR4H Apply to me at !WAVERLY HOtSE.:or addreiatROSEWOOD.IJeVX.COUNTY. JtOAf.Of'U'. .
two doors from Bay. Address '. ',. ( 'tt} :
"Don Short. '" >r ?. 3--J?* lX Payday- .. 'JAe''

Cone. Excursion are in order and the CBAC. II WaiTOH &o.Jacky Fla Which by making TERMS CASK they offer at the '11' : '.' I : DlBB-L. Per week. .;;...- r.s. s.-f' ,s'.' _

Oar late associate, Mr. E.B. Kellozg. s,.. 5.o'd io cents for a specimen cnpy. '' 'Jcks.anrneJanuarys6.iTh.! iCICKET -; & %. Satisfactory arrangements made with 1 wJ ;
have mission LOWEST PRICES 3.imthfriaii
to a special aaoatllOdPaI
Rockaway seem Fine.Every -
ta .
embarked for Boston on board theIclOoner .urD < ". : 'fl' )
c -
ONLY CAt ';""'
.in thai direction. OFFICE : :
A. K. Bently, tn)onnpany '* ] as other have 'done,and be convinced that Cheaper of the Ladies called to ow'MAILLARD'S "FER} TYPE'GALL kYl c': '." FUM Busfness Soil*at BUCKTTS. :", ;q.. '-'.:

*to8cv- other p .Seven-large schooners ,loading at obtained and with tictiost. .. - .r- i ;
rai j rs ns. makingquite Bargain can be gi eater tans .': .

P1taantpsrty. He purchased a specia the"1Iru d wharf with lumber' atone Polite and attentive salesmen to wait upon every one. SUPERIOR-: .CANDY. ATLANTIC BLOCK. BAT S-ntrar. ]Aasowniia.ts FLORIDA STEAM PACKET CO.CORBAYATlDPINESTS. BEN HOUSE, "

CIUtfit lime the place a lively great and small at TUB GKUT. SOVTHEIM. BAZAA And to our assortment'of of '. ,
for tho voyage consisting of aid of give appearance. n-i4tf the only place'in the State where every branch ,
the Art i is Successfully Conducted. Open for buaiaaa. : ,: PRT 9MEILA-1! ?
false Russell :.
& Co. are clear- PRESERVES-JELLIES, ETC. .
Whiskers flannel -Eppinger .
two ,shirts (navy BUY B00r WITHA. fIuaa JO A. M., ttulsP.M.f" .. .
their l lot.Wo ', r ..: By MRS BENNETT A1IRS,). .lwS4STUsnewhoBsc.nowieadyureceiveioeW
stIle debrit ( mill -
highly embelisbed with white ing .w.y.1h. row K. pPayAL'.atamp upon them. They arc supc. GRANT writ the taking cl all .

ty,) t good sized medicine chest-bot- hopei to use"tfaw mill do the pbojuir riorUaHotUr. .* 100311 PIC-NIC.PARTIES wSI find:advantageoo to I photographs A. G.: until further.umdto.notice. o..t-ctoor..J- Tickets oU taaflpolaiaNosih' by ,Rail aad via *. :It!*! **

caD as we shall make the replenishing. of LUNCH EON graph oracts atteadedtoausualo due notice being from Savannah and Charlrstnn. Also comfortably furnished nWighonr. i I.capatte act..a.
ties all bearing the same,.UbejUtand) 0 in first-cia stjff STUPENDOUS SACRIFICES BASKETS a ipedalry. pvea. 55 Steamship* commodaony *4 gnests No pains will be.spared" ... '..
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SrscIiauru what : : block Daily bonrly and 'mOmentarilY disposed of at .the :Purchases delivered( gratis. aaks4b.tsbis.-s..7taiispsUoat.
pipe. Kot knowing', -. .,; Taylor; io Mitcbcll' The \'
IDIPt' turn up be arranged hii.'Hsnipo-: Bay-t. bau t put up a pice $250 lt-i GOLDEN ADAMS BOAT '-. *". '. '. '' 'JiW

1&fain Ross Marble Front Bunding near Grand Na1114 c'CIIArILL J .; ..f l E.LI2.A ,BKNNfETT'
with and in
solemn deliberation, soda (uuntau'rnakiug a good place METEOROLOGICAL RECORD. 4 A. "..
for s:to tie NORTH and WEST.
bow prepared for eren& ts ibey may 'rbich to-Wkerp" -"cooJ' Observation taken slyAai.sr.-..ando r. .. tf ttonal Mod. facksonvule Florida. BAY STREET near the Cable Croulng.rJACKSONVILLE. \, ; ;: 3-tots; Win leave Foster wharf.JackastmHe.for Part or.. ,*

daily by the Signal Service U. S.Army la this dty. ., .. ante once in two weeks afiotdiae parties pleasant sad .
to h&nd. will FLA. that plaCe.,
Walter safe fadCtMS
con for'teaching
ofnoenuinwho '
number '
e the w-rVVe: bear of a large = m 4 JBWind. news bualn s, C. O. D. amiooneywEere' : conilnjto i i 1 .! > ;' D DOBBIN "CTN SHOP.

atthe ooptemplate\ April I tI WHITEHALLBOAI'S 4s -. -- .. t Corner BaJudH.-streets. lacksowrZBevFla J:843Doe
: | wAj dVtbepost dtMTcitoitbe pnrjtqse eogngip' ? I. 1-IT ? D R. r-LjolINs; ItOl.corArH ., CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS notice of the urn arrival and departure tf-:

COot tntiUhe nth of Jane bnV friend's 1'7 -I j r'rI .' c ,0 the schooecr will! be.,cn lathe paper. 1 3 jai' '
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f.H. Some are > "
Uie .
in baslnees cowing sir i i i ioeo removed hi ofice UltcbeD. bmldisiE. order. > !
drea will I. kiss to Built to .- .._,"' -'n1.a.- A : : .
bo Bunker Hill Monument -fj
/tarns and
;: 1 suitable locations on Fail north side of Bay street between Market
already looking-for Tom si 61 E Fresh 0.01. ; : .I'cicahidiurts.a.uiea.sBuckTs.a4l W-i
-.plD nearly opposite the Post Office. ,- I,! ) sTEAMYAcWith H-r.S' j FULL ASSORTMENT bF- ,
Story 1Ia11 and farr..n. 9pm apes' 73 1$ NE Gentle 0.00 CUr ", .
Bay street. :- .._ ':1.
Ij SW Fresh Ody I ""- '
30.06 74 opo -
-jam Will build el 4'tAI
.1ab Wee 01 4* Sw t-r.sb .oo' rair .i-ro the mott pprove4 machiaery. DRESSED AND UNDRESSED LUMBER, .I L'C O X '. LJ: ,, Qs : !
-Genil1l -Tb* Citizens' Gas Works seem to be Jp.joJi SW rrnla : CONTRACTORS-. BUILDERS' any sUe,from z to too feet Call and get my prv.es. ,, .< :
manifests itself In Innumer ?a Is ooo fair MOULDINGS AND SAWED '
of a- 30.011 75 yt SLight .qo F J'Tho. .1 ** : ,t _kC )
The number DtaZerFRUITATND
fixed. !largtt 1 NEW -
event 28.FOQTyAdH1' l1NESIlINGLES.
W'J" bptone of the most simple an spm 30010 Is s. NG bmk .on CTdyM Having completed M eitemfv new mill h* coaaee. ,\ Jr j .M .
1Iti1e toreotions castings and tujsteriuu. looking pieces "P. V>J* 66 oa SE. .IMsk 'BUB)'LJR'a: loa with my former one, I am prepared to fumith an l ,or we ever had the pleas- .* 7amjVtt ,11 W Light ,O'pIaIr kind fiakhinc material.such a*Bracket,bluster, ,. u_. "_ :._ :CHEAP .FOR, CASH AT' ."iI ., .hs:>'
and -
of machinery bearing .tljeir name Fri. Soj8 "NE Freh ojjp .Fair PUua Columas. Mouldings.ScroB,Saw .Lill1 I
;; examining, is the Magic Needle Dora M. M pttj X7- TJ' $5 Cadeg&, Fao:, FIoonac J Torgioed and c-.d and beaded iIdcairecL f Ladies' Bnderw ar tft be obtained at BUCKY S- THE DEPOT LUMBER YARD. .c" 1 "' MARKET. 'JK: ;

der..hicb is dTerti-ed In another unliiading from the adjoooer 'sMjSW. yf fe -NEGciiso.oUw. Watber tlonrds Iicvvkd or Square dpd., -. : .Faam-aappIW aapila,isailet saicsJ %lt iokia

? aaB. Mr. French, look like cheap gas and lots pf Sat. .pmjoa 19 'jl SE Fresh ,,00 dear Oear. tm-f or Jloush. as esre. 'utc PoOrlWiMow &It siacs.either r .'P..J. MQ S,;. :,; : : Lumber delivered to all parts of the dty and vicmlty, : 34:4r. -
Shepardwill remain in 9pa yM>4, yi to .oNE.Gentle *J& Dressed Hough hj any quantity, J and at landings on laerlw* at low rates ABeo : -
..In6 *." Freak '9P Fair Casings, Picket of every and aay patttrn, .. i
it. We hope so. 4 7 I ,,. .. : "I" ..4sohaislfl.korpur .F'<1. !
week which time ;
during Sm. p. 3001 'yt yt -HE'BrIsk __ CTdy In a word,everything the lumber KM tba buUdc P FY T 1:1! &?. : #&
Bldweir Arlington Nursery NE Fresh CTdyM Machine all *and of the bucMpatuns r Tf rE..t : .' STALL JNJTUE OLD MARKET s -
et1I'iU offer these useful little strokes -Mr. ',pmjo. ", 7$ .i-R? want My an UK J-t_ ._" I '..74. .' a"a, f' ? A ,
,yam } .to 61 6NE Bnsl(. 90 Fair sad arc used fcy skilled w-.aa. Can and I 'c'.Bank BuHdiafc.Jackso ,Fla.i :
:dtenlus for sale at the corner of Baystrets old last :week five thousand o orange Mon.sa JIIo14' 69, ss NE .Brisk HJP .Fajrm satisfy younervc* as to pncc beforp pwcha ag.else.where. t of ?> *f T pin "* J-* at" Day at home. permfrtso .For the!rcCTin )rhrio .of dow sw. .1"1:1q
U 'a'
olil from _,,.JO.IJ :6J 66.N Frevk .pi Cka. 1 r fr"T'il'i'frtq te workAaaAlB,. M; Mr,Emmuos having dissolved *prflfcstiOBal nlaoa 2'O'Pcf 1 G.s.a Co.';, ,lsfl J.' JI "'II u. .a4avi.jv1b
near' lbe .i H JDIJ r tlli sli ft *
u4 c on : T osahiasir..inbiiocvion. : ; -" '": r. W-'H, ; .
Ceorge.1'Tbe planting corrected for
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orange BsjtfBmcr temperatttretS .
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ATLANTIC complimentary banquet -:The Augusta (Ga.) ChronitU a t S [ f .11 5 't" ': : I :::-fo( ":)** ', .'

S F was tendered last night, to Capt.H. recent date says" : Father Leckner visited I WAREROOMS I 5-- !. :. AND. .. REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE, : \ S !.. .: :,' "' NORTO> ,&t"KOOKER;: ) '. ,.:

F. Scbwcnscn, command of the : IkejHpoperj, condemned} ) SS 5 y f '' l [ : j : ;! J \1\

Hamburg-American Packet .Com I murdererirly\ 'yesterday. 'morning .4.;? <, ...J.., .." 1 .* ." ;, ; Incorporate, July 6th,;1874.] ., : l' ., VASSAL ESTATE-:

v1 pany's: steamship Pomerania, at Sei hhonner's I and informed him of the refusal of : : V'JL ; : '"
restaurant In Lafayette Governor Smith to grant executive DAYis4:0RiBw; : : ; jACISO2YILI.JZA., "
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: place, in commemoration of his one clemency. Hooper was at first much INTOEST.= -Interest at'the'nte ofseven and three-tenths per cent(or two cents per day OB $ioo)will be paid i. ; i S S "' t '... .

l .'::r '. hundredth voyage across the Atlanticin agitated,. and, trembled .like a t leaf .5-- .. -' ,'- "' : ',' annually, upon all deposits which shall hare remained three: months or more in the Bank' .to'!be added' annually. GENERAL, INSURANCE ,AGENTS, reprtsenting the oJ! 51 '
to the principal of the 1 : cow.
shaken the wind but became : ; Depositor.'r. .
the service of the company.-[AY. by ,soon PARLOR SUITsl CHAMBER SUITS. panies : i
'S : Times. more composed, and during the :day "LOAKS.; -All moneys received on deposit shall be t invested in first mortgages on real and personal property IA A. KLIN. OF"PHILAUEU'EI&5 A With-combined'-'of t1 ''. '

S seemed to become more reconciled to :. ; ., i i this State of at least double the value,or in other ample. collateral: uel., -, ...._,. .... S CONTINENTAL, OF' NEW YORK, I over! > .

: .. A young Scotch girl. inquired of a his fate. A remarkable' fact in con- -. ',. RCAL ESTA n-This corporation will act as trustees or the purchase and sale of real.estate or the renting' brNSWTORK
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; ,
and management of estates jndl'roper1ygeneraD,,.____::... f Q7 000 000
M gentleman, in broad Scotch, the road nection with,this case is an exemplification MOSQUITO BARS & FIXTURES' PENN PHILADELPHIA. '
. ,/ .
; to the Tremont House, Boston. He lhepfVlpld, story thannen'Shair *S PAINE. '" 'Vice-President. .- ; .Treasurer.'

'S. ; desired her'' to follow him,' and asked sometimes turns gray in a single ;. ,- ., LOANING. ?MONEY ON REAL ESTATE AND CONVEYANCING A

: her how long since she had arrived night. When Hooper was sentenced ;, ., ." S .SPECIALTY.We : S
: (rom Scotland. *'Sajc weeks, your by Judge Potter last month, his hair Parlor Suits. DAVIS ,&: DREW, culm: ; give>below :a. few'of f the many choice places for sale by us ::

I, honor. On their arrival at their I perfectly black. The morning Parlor S Chambe STATE ;COUNTY: :AND CITY SCRIP SOLD AT''CURREST RATES. '
was of. Suits. ,. i, No. 73. Two-&toTy house on Ashley street,near St. No. tof. 'D Ia.,.,. Plantation f m Halifax',. ,
destination she very coolly inquired : I after the sentence :was' imposed Mr. Parlor Suits. corner S Chamber S.. ., ,,. ",.'._, ti .L. ." James Hotel pleasantly situated In one of the ben seven miles north of Mosquito Wet,as Port orm..
:4 "Noo sir, wull 'ye'just 'tell me hoo ye Bridges, the keeper of the jail, noticedon Parlor Suits. BAY AND" .LAURA' \STREETS>> ". .Chamb:Suits. ," SEMI-ANNUAL. STATEMENTS neighborhoods plenty of clo.ct'J in the and city good; house servant's is new,room with:six lot rooms 3234X, from i-.too river acres:,jo i.ISO acres acres high.rich shell hammock land. fmnedjaj4 lJinc -4'

.y Jccnned.I-was frae Scotland ?" entenng the condemned man's cell, Suits. J Acuomu.a. f LA. .Suits S 5- f '7 "' .'"' 105 feet,good fence,' good sidewalk lot of, and the street the river,baik having IroIlJ' of about one '-" aa.CIa....
THI shelled 1 grapes in bearing: a fine young orange: with large two.sIoryrame house 'iS rooms,' ':
: that a portion of his head was perfectly FLORIDA : trees; Bowers and shade trees growing thriftily; good finished, bouH commands view of tie they and 2
him SAVINGS. BANK AND REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE. well,with pump on back porch,which covered with and Is surrounded with large,bearing .
'I + In of the courts lately there I white. He immediately asked : vines. Will be sold : orange treat
one I flowering Cbea p'. tome 73 to 100> In wmber s;good well,ao.I. cbw ,
was a long and heated discussion .between I where he had obtained flour to put on Jacksonville, .Florida., \ ,S N. B< To capitalists-desiring a biz'thing/!'there that holds t, oo gaDons.ia yard: thoroughly dUched'
4 1 I his head. Hooper was surprised and EXAMINE; OUR LARGE STOCK. -/ isathieopouingiuSpnngleldaew; thousand dollars and drained: canal from suoi-homw rnmmg .. Ge
i the counsel as to whether a ,' wilt go a great way JUSIno... For particulars enquire river for transportation of crop; immense qnaaddei tf
witness should be allowed to answer said:he knew nothing about it. Mr. Incorporated July 6,1874..- Capital Stock $20,000. : Norton. & Kooker.corner Ocean and Bay street. wild orange tn.es on the place the soil to simOai to tile
4 : best sugar lands tf Cuba to wtdchIl&: to
S : the following question: -"What did Bridges then went up to him and discovered I "_ 1 \ iil'_ ,' /;' i 't : S :large No.74.; rooms' A and HAKDSOMC kitchen,RCJIDIHCK double bay VOK window SAL*on.-Six the limestone is abundant: aolwM is rcaffv oe muj-of ri>I\

: Mary ?" Three judges took near- that'a.. large, part of his hair ..... .ASSETS. ,west,large double parlors,double piazza on the south, fore choicest the war.places t. >honda* bcran u such ....
say on the crown ofhis head 101 .: ;;- .-ioi" ...- S Office' Furniture and Fxtur----; '..._..._....:..._.,...,,.;.;[...-...,.,-,..,'$ ai co commanaing-oM- the-finest views IB Jacksonville:
: ly an hour to decide the point, and at immediately 101 101 Cash on hand _....__... .........................--o.oj 30. windows filled with four lights of*oinch glass and Ming N.B. 'Do yon want a' snug wilier hoss*. Wfek
last .allowed it, The .question was had actually changed from a deep 101 .f. 101 State County and City Treasury Warrants,.lace value 2.496..6-casb value-............_ 1,758 07 I with cords and weights on pulleys and reaching to the orange trees and flower,ill florid.? Tovc m a
-:, black white the night. 101 MI ,J,,,, Real Estate in the city Jacktonville.;_ _'_?.?.._._-.---_.., 5.898 15.. I floor,with blinds- all casings are finished with mould' beautiful fet. 7p>iS6 fett. a Springfield higtkaMl
1 put to the witness by the defence, andS to snowy during 101 Barst-. 101 State County and City Tax Certificates--'._.....;... .-...,-_>....__?...;:;..."i. Q5.2 3 ing:and oiled and varnished making a beautiful finish: healthftil,and within ten minute walk or the poitoace.
r and'eet"Not The agony of a few hours had done 101 JjACMMIVtltB.5 J01 Notes and Mortgages,secured by pledge of real estate and. personal property of the value of I ceilings high walls hard.fi ished.open stain, double, ..which to saUHfcof .$n. For panIcuI n esi
the reply was short FLA. 101 Stue. .....---..----... --...-.:-.-.... -- ....- ___13.31672 glass, front doors monks Inch: on every door i*house; Norton& oo"er. > .
;: a word." what years gcnerallyaccomplish.. 101 . 101. Rent.&C, paid in AOVSUVJC...._in__..._-___.....;...m r._, tu,,11,it',it_miun' -_ DO OO f/ china closet: store-room,plenty of clodics-presscsbath- 'NO.1I9. A
S _ .. 101 .1u1' Unexpired Insurance PremiulDS.-----------------O-, 30 60,. room; hip roof,with Cllpola,from which a charmingview tnlctoflhaa: oacradeaftd iass:
is be had of the ,the rive and surrounding : 6.rr-IoaSLJob.'uha: twe.iIa
to City o
4 CANON KINGSLEY AND HIS PIPEs5 .- A MAN DIES OF THE HICCOUGHS. 101 101 ,... '. 101 101 Tota1-- ----.---- :'-.-- -'-------------3287& 09' country:.three Iou.making 157X209 feet: good well: uf lacksonvi; This is one of the most desirable river
.W shade trees started r r half mIle from post-office. fronts in the vicinity Jacksonville., :Will be divided
S.- Among the personal l peculiarities of About one of the most singular cases S 101 101 101 101, LIABILITIES., S For sale at a bargaia. if desired.

F t -: the late Canon'Kingsley is mentioned of death that'. ever earned: within our 010101010&:D 0101010101lOlOODOCOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOlOl Individual drptl'lts--n.................*i..*.......f<.s...___ __..i__.........?.. ...534,1 69 74 No. 96. 'A large': IWc>story bouse with ten large No. 146. 'Si!*acres on Arlington river adjolnmg the
S mention is'that of Milton Capital Stock paid_ 11.-, ___..:______m I..L_._ SJQOO oo rooms: thoroughly built,and finished m firstratutylc Florida Home.containing Lbs old vineyard.Tfsr sate,
S. a curious habit leaving his countless province to lOloo DAVIS&: DKEW, colOl10I01oooooonooocoooooooo101 Undivided Profit _..____?..,._,........,..__;......_MM M-t r ,_ r"6,000 oo" with twelve feet ceilings: one acre of ground,corerelwith at a harp
pipes about in all s.>rts of unexpected VX. Blair, of Louisa county, who died, : Prufit and Loss account._____.____r_TT1__,______ 808 35"73287& 09 fruit trees and flowers: pleasantly located: within No MmorourAM S
.t 101 lOloooo FuajaruKB oooolOl five minutes walk of the railroad: depot. Price$10,000; 147. HO'nL"'ThIs hotel b
-S He devoted smoker last week in California of the hic STATE OF FLORIDA. I .' centrally located built of the best Preach
places. was a 101 lOlooooononooooooooooooolOl Duval County. i f 4,500 down,balance oa long time if dtsired.: brick ud a>
I" and it is said by one of his friends that coughs. Mr. Blair is an old merchantof 101 loiooo WAMHOVSK .ooolOl, James H.J'alne. President of the Florida Savings Bank and Real Estate Exchange, No.:90.-: 400 acres bi Orange county; one mile from a term im but has been 101 101-xxioaooaoocooooooooorlOl: do solemnly swear that the foregoing statement is true to the Lest of my knowledge and belief. MelonvUle.' Price,$5 per acre.
+ : wherever you went in his parish'neigh- Louisa county not 101 1010101010 D&: lJ 0101010101 .JAMES H. PAINE,President. -

.1 : borhood you might find a pipe of his engaged in business for a number of 101 101 101 101 101 101 101 10: STATE S Duval OE FLORIDA County ,'j I I Call on or write to t".and state your waats:<

t S in a hedge or other nook, the rustics years. He has been residing near the 101 101 101 '101 I Sworn and kubscribed before me this jd day of April A. D. 1875. OFFICE COR.OCEAN AND BAY STS.,JACKSONVILLE TLA.
Si knowing arid respecting "parson'spipe Morning Sun, since retiring from 101 101 101 101 H. JENKINS. Jr., '"Visitors always welcome Latest papers on file. S-nta
S 101 101 101 101 Correct. Attest: JONATHAN C. GKEILKY,Treasurer., JDd [SaAL] Notary Public.
: ," turn it up where they might. business. Last Fall he was attacked _101 101 101 .....101' 101 101 THE SINGER MANUFACTURING, COMPANY'S CELEBRATED
I .
s- with a fit of hiccoughing, which con- 101 101 "

S tinued1' for some weeks with scarcely 101 101 A./.0. HUSSEY. JNO. W. HOWELL.
: HONEST IF IGNORANT.-At a recent 101 101 '
j : : ; examination of class in chemistry, in any,intermission.. Becoming- .alarmed.. _101 .' _101 SILK TWIST.

: at.the lung continuance ot the spell,
a professional school, the first two HUSSEY & HOWELL
tt Mr. B. came to Burlington to consult This company now having fa full operadon. at Newark New Jersey. ,the largest SILK WORKS hi the
questions were : "Define the word world,propose to furnish a superior article of Silk Twist .
: ; with a doctor, who, after treating him WHOLESALE .
'chelUi and AND RETAIL IN
tr the word 'atom DEALERS
awhile declared he could him
$ give no
On collecting the students' books the IN THE SOUTH.
following is all the professor found relief. From this city be proceededto BOOTS S H O'E.S For the convenience of the public this celebrated Twnt n '
.. ,
S written in Chicago, and consulted the best : 5'
one : "Chemistry-a
medical authorities there, who did all ,
: important study, in which I have not S LEATHER & FINDINGS. 5
in their for him but could not Parlor RICH PLAIN, ClanibeiSuitr. : "'
I' made sufficient progress to ,warrant power Suits. The finest quality being thereby offered on spoolsln qnaathies -
J 1 I,
p my attempting any solution of its rid- relieve him. By their advice he wentto Parlor and Chambei UPWARDS:

*5 dies. An atom many be said to express California, accompanied by his sis Parlor Suits. C1"bet Suit. A complete .assortmentof New York and Philadelphia fine FROM FIFTY. YARDS, '
.S ter, thinking that the change of climate SuIts. SUBSTANTIAL SuIts! The above unequaled; twist is manufactured CTperiaHy for the aooe of all I Icings of sewing nachiM.*and agents
in a figurative way, the state of Parlor Chamber Goods always on hand. for different machine throoeh the entry are using this twist in large fmaamies,sad a>
S_ I my feelings when I reflect that theconfessionimplied would help him, remaining in Suits. }FURNITURE. tmiu Sole in Jacksonville for Samuel Dunbar & Co.'s
in the above that State to the time of his death, agents : SPECIAL INDUCEMENTSre

is is as true as it is humiliating.statement hiccoughing almost continually, and Misses' and Children's Fine Shoes. offered to the trade, all those about to porcBase win do.well to send 1 for oar price Esc.THE .

t.1 Boston Advertiser. having but few intervals of rest. The Goods sent by mail or express to all parts of the State. .

continued strain and distress! wore him We are prepared to offer our stock at ,' ..

: An to a mere shadow of his former self, remarkably low prices. Bay Street, near ,Laura, Jacksonville, Flo. ,' SINGER
Episcopal minister named ., ,
and last week his sister telegraphed to ..
---- ----- -- -------- --- ---- ---- ;.. SS
Clark who '1 -
1 served as a missionary for .
friends and relatives in this and MISCELLANEOUS ,. '
S his church in Greene N. Y. MISCELLANEOUS.S -it. .
county, ,
Louisa counties that he.was dead! and -::0DAVIS :- --- ':- ,' ,.'. .,
recicving a salary of $200 and num-
1 erous donations she was bringing his remains on for ARRIVALOF BARNEY'S ". .1 ;. '.07
died at,, Hudson, N. I FRESH .-pi':
I( .
burial.-Burlington t'e. S :
Y. last .*
week. He lived in extreme NEW AND FASHIONABLE GOODS ,. cr'1 .... ;
1 : poverty, and when he died a subscription FLUID EXTRACTBUGHU _. .,. "'''1.. -t.... "
Use OF SIUNCE1t: is a pity 'thatso a I '
taken .nI'AII'RC nor -
was to the funeral :
pay OErfTL.AlE1":5- AND WINTER. \VEAIt. .
) r few understand the full effec't "i-'!
I people ""fu" .'
After the funeral his .. ,
expenses. ,, rooms !
of well.timed silence. How
t : were examined, and a will found, together MATTRESSES.WHITE PINE,WALNUT FRENCH, L' GLlSH. GERMAN ITALIAN >', ,' >t .
1 with eloquent it is in reality f Acquiesence, : :;'c'"
a package containing and CEDAR .
contradiction deference disdain LUMBER etc.JACKSONVILLE. AND AMERICAN FABRICS, The only known remedy for :: f "J.U s
em- rt
94tooo'Jn bbnds and : .
government a t V'S .
barrassment, and awe, may all be expressed SUCH AS '( _
bank-hook FLA-
: showing a deposit of $io,- ,j .'
54 000 in a bank in New York City. The by saying nothing.-' Should FINE BROADCLOTHS. CASSIMERES.! VEST- BRIGHT'S DISEASE, ,.;, ", __ .S_ f- -4 : '
'. I will gave half of his to his you hear an assertion which you may COFFINS AND UNDERTAKERS GOODS, :1" :; :.T.
deem false made of whose And a positive i remedy for : .' ,
i: tf' :.' relatives, and the rest to St._ Luke's by some one at the store of S S \$

., r "': hospital and to churches in which he veracity, politeness may withhold you ETALL1C J. BARATIER, GOUT, GRAVEL STRICTURES. .-I

J; --; had preached. from openly declaring your doubt, M BURIAL CASES, Merchant Tailor, DIABETES, DYSPEPSIA, AGAIN! TEIUMPHANT.

you denote difference opinion by -AND- Laura Street,just above Bay Street, NERVOUS DEBILITY '

.. remaining silent. Are you receivingreprimand ii-.i-6m JACKSONVILLE FLATSIUEL DROPSY '
( .
May: 2.- 133,254 MAJORITY.
,! a from. a superior ?. You .
Connell an Englishman 'a'saw
'respect by an '
J 4 your '
1 maker by trade "warfaially' URINE IRRITATION INFLAMATION. S .'
poisoned '
OF 1873 :
silence. Are compelled to listento STATISTICS .
to-day and died in -
S great agony a few the frivolous conversation of a fop? lat so1lvlllf; 'F/a., Companies. Sold io 1873. Companies. .Sold la l)7V

SI( 1"k ; ,: with hours after. Connell had been ill You signify your opinion of him' by BLADDER AND KIDNEYS THE SINGER ___.__? 23a..... American.B.H.____. '_ 14.1**

t .. fever for some days, but he was] treating his loquacity by contemptuous Importer? aud Dealer in Wbee er &Wilson ____..._ 119,180 B&: HOtr _. .. ._L." lJAI9

: : ; getting better. .To-day, his nurse silence. Again how much do- SPERMA TORRH I t went to a' prominent physician and Grover&:_Baker......---- 86.179 FIonD<<.-.----___:"'--:-. 1.g60
: was given a prescription for mestic strife ,might have been Ol""ALL, SIZES AND.QUALITIES. HARDWARE, IRON AND STEEL, Leucorrhoe or'Whites, D IeaIcS'or the Prostrau Weed__________: S1.7CO; Day_____ tMt,

i '. i' two ounces of castor oil calling and prevented, how often might the quarrel LADIES AND GENTLEMEN'S ROBES. Gland dust Deposit Stone and in tha Mucus bladder,or,Milky Colculus Discharges.,Gravel or Brick- Wilson-.__ _'--_. ........_ al.247 Victor. .--, 744,

ll' : ,>l.. drachm of one which by mutual aggravation has EMBALMING DONE WHEN REQUIRED.ALSO EDGE TOOLS TABLE and POCKET Howe........___..__._ NoreturnS 1 ___-------- JAsI
r' '::"it turpentine. This paper perhaps, terminated in, bloodshed, CUTLERY, '- Gold Medal ____:,.....;__ 16:431.Secor.: .-.___"!_. -- 3"JII:
J \' S was taken to a drug store and, although S Wilcox &Glbba.______.......__... i5,88j tnai'J.E..Bramesdorf- _- 3. tOUR
4' ,'V : very plainly written, the drugS have been.checked in the. commence MARBLE' AND MARBLEIZED Nails, Glue, Putty Glass, ,Paints,,Oils KEARNEY'SEXTRACT
j went by a judicious silence 1 Those '

J. -. castor; oil put up croton oil. The persons only who of the have beneficial experiencedthem effects SLATE 'HEARTHS&cMANUFACTURED .STOVES,TINWARE..CROCKERY, PUMPS, BUCHU; Embodies New.'and Essential P.inciples-SI jplidty Construction Ease of'Operatio*:UaSfcimhj. ; of Prtdw.
4. ; are aware of Work Fine Cs t -
S sirk man soon after! took half am ounce TO ORDER Action at any S -c. (or Range and Variety :;
t : of this terrible mixture, and was a of that forbearance, ,which, to ,the AND FOR'SALE BY"5' Lead and Iron Pipe, S '" Permanently-cures all Disea es of the ''. S CLEAVING ALL RIVALS BEHIND. IT.' '., S

1 ', ; corpse iu a'few'hpurs.' exasperating threat, the malicious CALVIN OAK, LADDER KIDNEYS; AND DROPSI- I I. "
.the imputed culpability : THE SINGER BEFORE' PURCHASING .
J sneer or unjustly Fonjrth Street.betweea Laura and Hogani. L'SWELLINGS. TEST '
S 'shall never answer! 'a word. A I twj6-io. Jacksonville.: Florida.A -
Mills Evaporators, &c. TERMS EASY PAYMENTS'LIGHT.The .
-S A LIVELV OLD LADV.-Madarae soft answer turns away, wrath ;, but Existing in men,women and children.

f Patterson _Bonaparte,,says 'a writer in sometimes erring humanity' can not NEW LOAN- S Cat-Fitting Roofing, Jobbing, and Tin ':

Seribener's 'for May. is still living in give this soft answer in moments :: SmtM"co"t to ordei. -diy. NO' MATTER. WHAT THE. AGE.! S Besides.. ,the."* "WORLD'S FAVORITE.- we. keep constantly on land a Urge supply of

5; Baltimore, at the age of ninety years. ,irritation ; in such, ,casesthere stands ON ANEW PLAN. / t CLAlue.'S'.N.TSI'OOLCUTTON,four spools for twentj-fire,cents. .<
,S She says she has no intention 'of dying the fortress of silence with doors wide B UILDERS Prof.( Steel says: "One bottle of Kearney's Plaid SINGERS. STANDARD MACHINE TWBT,from twenty-five' cents up-aB si zes and coors.
Extract Buchu is worth more than all other Buchus for"s .oois. for 15 cents.SINGER'S
cents 3
until she is a hundred. She has been Invest your money at home In the: combined." ;ACitE MACHINE TWIST 100 yard spoob a :
S as refuge for the tired spirit &C.. 'ac.

I to Europe sixteen times, and contemplates until calmer moments come., "Thinkof FIRST MORTGAGE LAND GRANT FURNISHING. MILL. .. ., ,. Price One Dollar per'Bottle,or Six.Bottles for Five '' ---
another trip ,t'1is-summer.' She this seriously, you who glory in Dollars. : "

I is antiqne In costume, not' attractive having "the last word." PREMIUM, BONDS. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.. DEPOT, 104. DUANE ST..'NEW YORK. : Singer .Mannfactiiriiig: SS

: and bitterly cynical; thinks, all, sentiments I ,_. --
t4 weakness NowoffcrredforuIbythGREAT A Physician) : in attendance to answer No. 172 'BROUGHTON ST., SAVANNAH, GA4
a has correspondent
; little! or, no : c
SHEPHERD Docs. In Southern California _
Ii The undersigned would respectfully 'call the atten- and give advice gratis. Si S .' '
confidence in men, and ;a. very poor you may see on.the plains and SOUTHERN RAILWAY-" tion of those contemplating building to their establish .S ", '" .. C. A. YOSBURGH/Managtr." '
I' opinion of the. ladies ment. They prepared to furnish at shon notice all1r.lodaof *4''-$INO. STAMP Foa[ PAMFHUTS, mua.U: -
women ;. young balls thousands of. sheep, but not a man f ... G v.ORGE W.: Agent,
1 : ofthe present day, shesays, all have to watch them. 'Aroundt'\,'each:.flock 7, 5 jc1CliIted15 r '. r' -""{r S -' '-! BuIlders; : '!-Material* 't'"" .I, .... .- .,. -nf :'* JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. SV ? -
I "
: the "homo mania.' She kept a diary or band'of, say a thousand sheep, are Every bond when redeemed will receive a premium consisting of. '. S :.- ,?.. ,. -5, 5 : Ii..... '" ''TTJ: .'; : '.' S
for forty years. and recorded her I half a,dozen dogs whose progenitorswere la place of intereslj'accordlAg; to the plan orrede Dpd II', s, Rough and.Planed Lumber, TO TilE t II; : ESTABLISHED IN 1868 i :. '-: '.', ; ,

la amounts of from t" S -.1 ..
opinions! about European and American i imported from the sheep pastures S < '

1 -S So1Ciet)'. It will be. published i of the old world. These dogs take $1.00 to, $25.000. or $50.000 Mouldings, Brackets, NERVOUS, AND'- DEBILITATED. : 'J' P"ER"A.- .t'1. '

-after her death... the entire care of the sheep drive .. 5 ._. J:' : 'A$ ('}{. ,1 ; '. ri.'" ; ,
On each bond.i Scroll and Turned Work, i:1 OF BOTH/SEXES. I .
.: .
SI S t'H p.t t'.t W-;: ; S S ,
them to the pasture :in the morning,,' f SUCCESSOR S TO S J.S H.'CROWELL .. :f! S.fJ << '.1.;'

.Tauperftm' Enl 1 ani( I keep them from stray /1g during the Bonds redeemable by allotJne Six.. allotments: Sawed and Rived .SIIi"r1ts..Latll, >Fencing NO CHARGE. FOR ADVICE AND CONSULTATION .' ''" ut"1'i'0: -,. r.. .

_!L The return of pauperism which was day, and bring them .home/at' .night. Apply bonds.to. Six distributions premiums* in 1875., &&'at lowest rates.- : : I.- ctJ '...1, .5 '} .. 'S .

\issued lately, in England shows what have inherited talent for EMIL HAA&! ; CO"Flnaoclal. S UrAy ,
These dogs a We have recently enlarged cumuli and Increased S l' I' ; q .: ::

11iI-1k: is the.in variable course in the winter keeping sbeep ; but the shepheds do .' j? Broadway.; New York Agents Cit,. bur facilities lor executing all orders with dispatch. College DB. J.,:Philadelphia B': DiroTr.author graduate of several of Jefferson'valuable Medica works, I-;,. '- S 5 S S ; -

eason, that .the .relief lists increased not depend wholly on that. They HARVEY.CRA WGER. Gen'l Agent.. Give usa' call before; going clsewaere. can be consulted on all diseases of the Sexual ar Urinary -
i (which h* hae mode an especial uudyj
____ _ _ as the new )'cn.advanced.1 At' Christmas cultivate it in this J. L. EDWARDS Agent ;mate >
way : Office,Mather&: Lille's Bookstore.Jacksonville., 44 PENNIMAN CO, either in or female,no matter from what cause or. ,.
", r
the number of in-door it is Iginating or of bow long standing. practice of 30 -
pauperswas Wben.a Iamb is born, taken 1-9
enables him to treat diseases with success.: Cures ,
I years 1'1t'. : :
- iT 750.415; ;n ,the first wetk of Jan. away from the mother sheep before BILLIARD I SALOON< : : guaranteed Charges reasonable. Tbo" %at a distancecan .: 'jE
forward Ictur describing and enclosing : ,' '
uary ) t ; :
theiotalwas757,513jnthe .
it and its
she has
second seen a puppy put in (The Largestacuth Washington.) stamp to.pay postage'' '
week, 76',900; in'the third: week place. When the puppy grows old SCHOONER r'
BAYSTREET OrTOSmTrPOSTOITICfciisiei -Send for the CuiJe U Iftaltk. Price .' ... ,> '
lOCo i ,
in the. ;
704.830 SI
_ _ ; fourth week the .
_I num enough to eat :meat, it.is.rea.in. the : S :',.i Ii DEALER IN

ber receded about 1,000, being 763,*. morning and sent' out with the sheep MagnoliaWill: 4t.IL ..J$ .; f Q Zi .5 IS B. J. DYOTT,, M. D.,

847 ; and in the fifth week, 765,408; It stays with them because, it is accustomed -5'u'-5 :< 'rsSHOES LEAraiR S ,
Physician and Sunceon; Duane St,N.Y. Bf
to that &5 5I.E'J io4 ; ,
I'S' January ,closed with isTooo to be with its mother, but it make regular trips < rn \ ; 4 S' .
between & -
r more recipients of. poor relief in Eng. cannot feed with them. As they get SL Augustine Jacksonville : ] I"" .'. 1 '0 ,.. Boots and Shoes,neat and durable.,at BUCKY'S.: -- 1t : : : ;

land than on the hands of the guard. full, the dog gets,hungry. At length, ] .1. Freights at low ratrs. III TI'a' .,.... 4A. .- ] 0 '' '. .. ; ,: ,: 5 ; "" AND FID'INGS': ?: -S
::c "a. I J .
SuIIlii .
For Il.J
ians Christmas freight or passage: ::;> .
at 1 .
i-il i 1874. Paupers fn impatient, to return.where it hopes to rn t SALE AND FEED STABLES .: .-' ..
lunatic and ? apply to WILLSON ft WHITLOCK, <. ,- CI' LIYEIYe ...J... } .. ...",; ". '\,' ,, .r' .,. ., .
< .. <
S asylums vagrants are :not get another piece of.meat, it begins .to Fla. I I> fa- t i <-' ," .,.'",L." I .. '. ...-- "- '"'.u.''''''.'.'''.''' .,'"'''' '

counted in these numbers. Compar tease and worry its mother ti finally Jacksonville. :::3 ) .U 5- j',,"Percivars'IStarop"" 1' Hand' 1' Boofs" ''>t: j :'_'11 -!'- '- -.JII -,;. "

1 ed, however, .with ,the cprrespncling. { I starts her home; the other sheep fol- J-6tf 'Or. 'to JAMES St.COSS.Augustie, Fla. 4 I ,. '':,4! .. rn. < 'Burt ;& 'Mears*"'. r ''-f: .4;'; *!""U'J" --..MItt. ..U L jd! .::4 '. -xtiOO. :'

date of 1874, the present document follow, and thus the whole flock is :3 .!:" Q 4'.& >_ II z,CJ. i ii. 'Philadelphia'Vnd-'B( ; ltipiore '..>1.n '0. gtfi-V%: ajt t,: -i; I ,- ii'Vienna .

offers a satisfactory ontrasAt the brought jn. If the :dpgj brings the "Trunudva1IusatBucWJLL -I f .I '.... ] -, ,en I Medal cable sew didJP.UUuJ"d: ; .ll"': ::t t N--; ,- ,-. .i A-.8 ,.5jPercva1's.StampHaidCongresst1 -
- ::45 close of January .last, the decrease, sheep home too home d I I .
soon, or comes 8150.f.
j Le ; '_-
3f13i \ ci; :":_.!. '! ; :;j.l'q' ::
compared with the-ame week of without them, he.gets bo .opper, :loris PAPERS QUOTE FROM IT.' ; Burt & Mears' 9't .1 ... J.A..... -a '" ', 8.. So ,
I : 1874, was not much under he ;Z; "s.Q' "1 ...."....! ..... -4"\'u.- ."- .
95,000, or punished Jn. Hence' ; '
f ____ 3.2 petT tent. The decrease of learns' when way. THE DETROIT ,FREE PRESS t '; ;F .' <, ;i fee" 'rbaieiitsndmosistusvney; ; teams I la theicity; Phijept41 I ] li.- :. I.L' '.:a fl!. *tjiViefln3Me4alC3b1F -ia( .i t-Mfl"- 1176:1: ; ,!:< <1 .
pau >> to and.losee ,
soon come S sa. '
u. .
perism < general ', I., -.. -. I h. y..' ;!..,I .- a' ''tn..s. .' ".'Ai ..... '" SS ] can to bind at the Stable o(the tindenigned.1'near the '.. sewed,, J..", ht.A ;:-{.a. '"' -_, INU.- ur'". it:, ,:!., .;;
was throughout the thatoonepf! his charge: : .areI;(t be.: Th liveliest Cuaily _Papers, lull of Interesting .- v Florida'Home;corn'!r of Cedar and 'Fonytk StreetsHonec -. '
: divisionspff; : t\e, kIngdom though in : animals MW. litcntor. lIf'OUIlketcba.: spicy paragraph, "s..2"r ..II .. boarded.... and.. well. cared for on reasonable ;'If' v.i.q JSSENTf.B ; Ss'i; : ...
hind.-These :
are'yaioedby1taking :
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'>\; u:J''Sample Cepks'ftw Subscription...! .;*s,a. year -, ]1 : teTinI '' S > ;J' 1//' '. ., : ; 'MAIL ft 4V *>AriVC **rtr-J* '..-<;.-.
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_ one or"c"o' instances the diminution advantage of their instinct and postAddts > '- -- 51. Z : Strong teams far banting purposes'always on hand n. {:WnJfq Saw ,&har _To1IparssoftbcStats. -. .
insgni&ant.-Pal/AJaU appetite. 3-t* Detroit Mich. 'a43' T. B. TOGNI. Proprietor JacboaYil1el1a.,May 30 1174. tf! AT THE OLD STAP.



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