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 26, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 002042985
oclc - 12368935
notis - AKN0866
lccn - sn 85038367
System ID: UF00079941:00064
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THE r\fJjaVV V Elements of/N, &tipn*l Wealth., l cr meets with the severest ; ,and his cod ;ttd. fi 'V.L-V V ;.
jnajestyjias Ta"l !rinJt; ;;: sciin( rapidly 4Stod 'h $'com pan' 'Ae'AwMNttt' ..
E'ERY'EDNESDAY'-- .AND 'The news journals' of the country. in his buiirress. reducing his privilege\ of paying the." expense"j white; ''fish; trout; ] Trint cTonchea iithC bottom V V V ., WIJ

rtJiLISHE.D ATVRDLWZLItS .. are just now congratulating the people I of profits to the .lowest paying entertainment, .oyer'which, 1" i )jblue bream, in take ,',the/car':: 4heiii: .Kacea 'blackJthef ..'. Tht. San. ; .FrancSco" ruimk1l.NcF'. ...

U6SCZJPnOJT- : of.the United States on. the large On .t the. other han] <| the. engine hIs rglaJ' consort, preside.. V I gorupers, .porgy i _sh filled with 'blood.Cei 'Waysay '? '".The British. bark"M'

uIID.mT. '1'MIhsais.J34Q per* num.ead amount, of agricultural products ex, .sumes only a, few-tonsof: coal. 1 pe ,d. f.St.f dance: 'i i? 4 other"amose_ ., grtnts,-yellow.tail" l; P them, but they dt>.o4 hear- he is rama, whlcR'. arrlvetj yeilclday:' '

s J:ar OJIIIG.chib')elllal,00 recS: ud asutra at.ttLiIu2s copy. ported,for salc.during'the year i&J4t is tiever.sick or hungry. or in want .. The_ females oPi fatnilyofeasy : !ra'its, king fish, j *WS to!;. : t;thelOpnd; ; .,Tahitr tfie brought nes:bicr-explai! ;==
non-arrival'Echooaer :
.I II. "..__rrcrr_ vutecribm. $*' peI'." Ten which is stated,. as per invoice, in raiment, and when required may and station jn lifei'Tercet-in: :1 pompano, mutto the balloon is bounding over the< MargaCrockard
-1&-15 (Mb;.Twenqrcgi>ies, Ixjfe;,Fifty cop. round numbers 456000000. This run day.and night, year, in:and' ; .: flheJr'h nse a ncaV little'attar,i gaefish( ,..imbef-fisjv :and woods;,.and :tbc bodieS of vbicb, was 1aD&q r,1lae.dT

.$1.40 cCk.kt.WUXLT.$1. -. large sum is' Itemized as follows. : out uncomplainingly; and ifjdli .with. andii4..dressed ,wltl i geph,. wTutinK; drum,>! : iwo;: wretched men, -are|! tossed I The advices arcufr mhe..;| cagtai% ctu
JDJ"ERTJS/A'C RATESt Ctfnl' V V little untiliagain''needed.IS; : and flowers. '",rut laVa .the .schoqner.tand ihe. pnast ro, n ,
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V ? r3Jooooo I jacks : t in the,car. At last JrCchea ft
oo per tech or las,first Insertion: Cereals,lour.meal bread tuina'**.........ipyo,OIJI Eng1ibjesscl4OflVbCT. .1)0 'Was .;fm. ng rl'
imhonieat;.50 caw. Beef,bacon Lmsutter,chene.mi&. it and .the concomitant machinery understand this as a polite : ,tojhe: early1 settlers of' ) : cord valve and ,the, ballooo,-j 'them: .' : ft' .. ; that67**
..n".u?pa1 I"**" &,** Insertion: eadioffM pork eggs,and fish, presenred eKetable meats,,&c oyster,...',V ,, 76.-- 'higher order ,of!: sjtill c:1n'gr: q i to ,come and 'admire the i traveller1, *'i "_th ,.and lies cxhausledagain: i I'the; worst. :apprehensons appears gadtng'ihCrockard *aa V "
illlCl11 11.T3 centiv Farm aaimaI*.fruits,hidevbay.bops the.operatives meet.whh Jess : of the fair archltects'This' con.1 j seen Vat '1bem ,- : Thca.. :Tissandier! faintsi airay, .
KiM XWi**,10 oe* per IIBC., oil-cake,rice,.seeds,.uUowftr.. .... ,, a2poopt Lion..and for- "iD : V were"true. The 'schooner0'3
V are to VSV sacc.essive 'c gj:;1 |the springs > : : t thus t e.tbree. daring, men are I left "u
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A4Jtm TnM ADAMS; CARRCTH &cO.V :. Total..., i. ... .$456,000,000 cure1 larger margin of"profits.A jn ,:the'_ mean .i timeDelects, from' groundof.aj5ie; .0 ,'_ twp; ,of them quite dead ,and fot th'ts-PapetV city, ''witH atrcotnple t Ft&ruaVf ni etitr6fw 10

lckowrfUe.' *!t r t-lOI1cJa..._ Thts'may be treated,as '3 surplus] nation that sells"its'raw m ,some; hppie aa.;.whjon)- skjerable.iivers.: \ W at the/very .gate of, death, by the eight'men iocKiding the officer radaa .

: -,-- V ;.. that'is In excess of the consumption compared 'with o eVthat sells'the. :delights to honor..and.: presents 1 ojCthese,. subterraneao,, peasan'tx of Tndfe..Sucl. 1 of and tamarack
PROFESSIONAL. CARC8; 4 .," .by thq forty'millions! of pe 6ple"resldplus -' mate producf ;human kijl, li; : with a: bouquet'of-flowersi, His by penoratn&[?& tic,. / : b'ihetiare tlfae; therstory; bI1t t< Ijght; ', .Shfcfcadonioard cargbi orange* '1JIi

V- _: Vr.LV.rVVVV.LI w.1 i!QylJi.y!,", ,J .1b '. the:cotton''*)") iwl o.a*:* em'Wi* .' is put tothrrtest' r 'he tmceT.from Jhc.r : ; \tbe horror of this danc ofrfeall 4Hi logs. 'tP as passengeai
P.C..EMMONS, V 1 'jI .: indicates toe- ri nscapa.ik c1e -thousanduntutored-laborers "'dctlinc %rrb4Vd6tfM norj'.thrp.n! {or : : iie6 tor read th-ctxtries''in Tissan jQsgpttUiQC pete j i8. .t V

). V ties of farcning"and planting inter his fieldi compete i' with the; : only I to' pay the expense ol ly taken,ty tfie"fish; tn' r" t booki'They re such,a :iramberT-pr Ca4ain and tthe.JBntfish.mr_ !WC tl-oDe} 4Ter;i3. .. _,,,.
ATTORNEY AND CWKSEUJO*. A7.LAW ests in the United States. Butt is thousand' horse-power eiigine i ig'"tipi the altar; but If Tie accepts : may be had as, if : \S : ''We .are"'at: the .height >G wbJ : T V
Force b..was..w eckeid about three .
Bant BuMing.JadoonviOe,Fbu V V .of consideration whether this the guidance: :oF intelligent .dignify he. 'his. lass:! "shf1f 'are' simi ,We
f icolau** worthy an and POSCYV/: T fish imetres are well; J: felt months Mangra via Island in the 1 .
ur.fjnmons luTtne"dissolved hlS' (esS1cmaJ rela- is the best use'whichv could' be made skilled ma.mifac urer. As certain e king and, queen of "'the' ball '.tTIs!'fOund elsewhere, pulse: .of.Cro c-Spinel It,,beat South Sea.ago of 7!.;*-
_.widI-J.i ht P.I bit M pro&sn.1Wlroad..W I'eCCIft. 1DisccIaMl J-J jm.J of'our surplus agricultural.products: the, .engine driven 'by steam. can'. .soon follows." coast' ; ,the turtle 'is ? ; ,tq .the niinu jTbe >cighi is Force, after a' esbf'adventuresfandB: men the/Afrey 0|

'The wealth: ofa:nation 'in Its most dure. rncirethan human muscle, ris are now,no:onger .com southern V and:sout : [ 6,500.,metres.. ,A little opp es- hardshFpy&cceeded in're chirig Ta*'**

N. BETTES, : elementary from consists fertility be kept in motion mi ,e ;V they were parties of idle people, peninsula.;; ; ?.. We: are better. "Sivel'. throw hitj'iwhere'they were cared for byUher ***

J, V of soil, a salubrious climate, minerals than an armyof common I laborers dressed ''themselves in grotesque tortoise which is : liaIJ St. Hands frozen. 'CrOce British' -'Consul.'who' plAced them -6ir>''& t

rHVSlQAN AND.SURGEON, i in the mines, native-forests, and skill* certainly) 'will a' nation. that z.na :' ; whenever a' widow'or barrens>of. this:and J : We inhale the:Oxygen. Sive the Crockard for>thispdrt- <-ba fetheir.way

:Jaclcsonrtlle FU. ed and unskilled,labor:. The"prodoc? tures rawjnaterial, l 'Surpass i in'the i: ere','.!ttr ed. They/'dfteri: Statur. d known as,the i Croce shut their eyes. 'They 'art i oajd borne -, ,VV : .'

Ones -Opposite Ocean IlcAi>c,com brXdanud lability mines, field' arid ..forests is mentation. of wealth] and 'power1' the streets,, and played.Buf: is:'large-and. ,,tKicjcy : A, "little better; ('e'eb' "gay.. t' 'During.thc.first.c1ay..outthe- ; ,Crocbt: "

Otxut streets.TTTiL 6-706m the' gift of.the.Great, Creator; and In one which furnishes' with food. tricks .for two, or three ,days, burrows: .".a.great.d: roceajS.tO'me:. "'You'blow like ,a ;ard: experienced fair,weatherran4ing Jx t.j

the: absence. pf human labor and skill, The. _ultimate, object of,wise;. the resIdence of.,the new:. abound in the, r low gr \ :' ''We 'are at; 7ooo"metres. .a fast. sauCy, she sped rapidljc Io, ;-Ert'w
& ARTHURVL BIRNEV.ATTORNEYS comr e"rci t' Bat when should be the and the low the and Croce. V
has po value. inanship to secure pair, disturbing whole waters of are pal 75oa; ward,her destination." Qn.the second-

reduced to individual'possession under .in. the enjoyment! of all their with noise and riot,' until they pbnd"andwturtle.crawl "Sivet- throws: 'ont-ballast-J' day: she, cncciuniea' breezes amf *,".1

the laws of civil society, these 'elements rights of person and iproperty.fand: bbnghf'. off with money V or I to the settler as :p .sO;OQ. growiog.fainter and slil) heavy' seas, bat Keipg V i 'a staunch/'craftV'' .ti,

4i STREET, NOo may be regarded, as somewhatin makethe nation great and"' VV V bles.- They: are! ,ballastlill the Jai t less. no1 fear :were- entertained About **'* .

WASHINGTON.CnY. the nature of capital deposited in. that ft' may. exert 'a' controlling carnival l 1' was formerly .cele-' furnish-a cheap and them,wholly and the Jjal- 'dusk1 the gale began to-come i sqoaTlsftr': i

banks or .locked 'up i in colf rs, on ence In' the exaltation 'of,the : by the. SPanish./andJ Catholic i of: subsistence ; is all gone. There.are some .re- and, rain fell At half past n o'clock/a*"*;**

R. ANNO, V which, by the application of labor, farily throughout t. ..tt1.e'world.. ,- and commenced three important branch ( :of observations with' tnespectrd-- heavy sqoallsuddenly struck herjynh Vtfj

\V. V the owners may dravvrto.nieet the current -' final purpose of statesmanship r before Lent:; butwith the.intro- many make it tbeir; -at the hVigh't of.three thousand i:such force 'as" to throw her 'onber1! *abeam

ATTORNE1'.AT.LAWO V demands consumption..; In *he augmentation.'numbers, of American population,' catchJhem and sell t r s'or sot but beyond that it does [ ends. The halyards; were lets ?d1
,U Reed'*Eocl, Da,,:Street.a. ,. the absence, of these resources no .intelligence :and. moral, .re degenerated into inere'drurikeh. .hand, will: turn,,. r, appear -thai:'anything. has beer ..1 loose and an attempt was made to gcl n ,

""Unnn'l.Fl.rIa;V amount,of labor ir..skill could po&i- which cannot be achieved ,by !s, and are not,.now tolerated by ;night as they come"up ned exceptTphat was well 'enough the. sails off forward. ,. but-after(a.mu-j,

bly build, up a great nation. Every our.ratr. material abroad for' sale pect 9t portion.of society: : liytLieireggs; they; before, that the atmosphere at 1 I:niCnlaryVstruggkVthe.yessel' yielded to,

.A.f ATTBKm. A,..II EIL bushel of v heat taken from the soil. exchange; for.the' products of.the I is still the favorite amuse market'and'are' height'of three or four miles from the force of.the. elementand I tarned>tx
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V every ton of coal or iron taken' from and genius of.the, people! of the : of tbeFIoridians: as! also of. all we "See that :when' a earth-will not sustain.huoiao; life.. bottom.upward. : tnfc" "i

PATTISON & MEEK, he: "mines, and every thousand feet of lightened nations, of the world., : southern inhabitants. Spanish venient to--" b ihcse- men .were; martj'TS, tc i The calamity came so snWeufyiiaj :

ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW. umber'taken from the forest, reduces this process, our people receive and'waltzes are still preferred valuable business.. & : / Well. be it.so.], 'V. ,do .not those.who were below had> ,not time."to.escape. .

the original capital, and unless 'exchanged small profits; such' as can be I natives;, while the American sion of'the' State theic.devotion i for the wprld :! Many oT them aokeinth "
Office.ReQua'i bultiSnc.Jacktcnrille, FU. for equivalent value, dir" ''from unskilled labor in mines, are'cpnsideredTOore genteel. there'used ''to/be cirr ,'of:its,progresS toVmcnwtuo, ; with every:"avenue of'escape", "**

1 minishes the national wealth. When and: forests, working in \at: entertainments are frequent, trade in .fish between; ,.perhaps, as foolhardy*s1 these. rjVater.ff' The-'crew'of>the .schon *

NORTON & KOOKER, I the capacity of the field.to produce :with the;mass of untutoredlabor tend to create .a high,degree oi, of Florida andCuba., mere_( lDg".IS cheap,enough, add 'being" on" deck-had time to :realize-"

ktAL ESTATE DEAT EKS. comer Ocean and Bay grain or grass is entirely exhausted: ,the .whole. world, whiTe the n : V .. were estabtishedfion ; confess that we cannot see where. their peril, and make their;way taone: lo

ftRcn.JmckMDirille,Florida. > the; field becomes worthless to the farmer i whom we sell will reap ,the the country peop1 'hunti g is Char1atteHarbor &; : such devotees'as'M Tissaridtef and othe boats.! Captaia.Godfrey,, whOAuw

Life lljotT uo loaned Fire Insurance oo Real Agents Estate and security.dealers ia Genera fine as i ii the exhausted mine or denuded margin of profits on skilled labor, : eamusem: nt, and,the'abund lines were mostly ownt comrades claim 'an' -exalted had just before gone below,, escaped m

1A.Piadon'.&c. Springfield suburb a spedatrr.Corropoodcnce forest to the owner. ed bjvscience, capital and genius. of wild game 'that stocks the and'there-were'several among the heroes of the' world.. through-a skylight .Of the four pass-

solicited. 3 s&swif But these elementary .com.m titi s other words, we "b ck" render: the amusement line. A _visitor. who' i this be' the 'kind of perfbrroanc engera in the cabin! Captain cotier.1.q t.Ad

acquire additional commercial'alue muscle against European "ria hi and the! markets of : the Aerial Navigation-Society, of thc.lvirey Jbrqei atone succecdeiilin

P. E. JOHNSON, XL I)., by the, application of .labor. The guided 'by the' highest ntellf our frontier interesting.!,inhabitants are well prised anddeUjhie1V! t I ,-the sooner it I is""suppressed making,hfs,way put.., "O/f/ .his .men','.. 1.

isHOMEOPAflflC chemical elements found in the soil, where competition is less severe. to:the use 'of the rifle: This beautiful colors,of the hettcr..PIu1atklplu. .1'rw. who were all below, bur/seven 'wdre-*

PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. brought' out by the husbandman_ in And it would require.-no.greatt( one to speak ,of the 'animals'.' of posed for' sale ; every t I,r V ': ever seen aftew nt J oh n'Elder the sec-'"'<1J

the form, of grain and hay and 'other cast to perceive.or framed bow"and their : V j ,. Oshkosh.wilfof ; ond 'mate of'the Crockard. .who-wa1'ftt*
Otce ia,UltchcD's. new buHdine north aide of Bay the added value cl reasoning to prove,,that if our. su } forming a specfacle'! I > drowned and .J.JS
vegetables. "Osgood
vatA Wn- u> Kewnan and Market treets, nearly posses tfie-animils peculiar to the I Ti cr .course. 'Be. general asleep, was '
cppoute the Post Office. aggd. the: 'cosjt of jabor and skill employed.in products bread and-raeat were yet be d S.n the"unfortunate met tnersarae"fatV.: 'F6urtee'men;-' f V
And with sent abroad for' consumption, StateS America: are rep- of these,'cpa3e from the thy I for t people succeeded
their. production. so < ,i including the.two Capuins; in A. KNIGHT home. ted in Florida; a brief enumera- AH the coast of. :Oshkosh, tinctured perhaps with a
A. each tranformation or change of con- would soon required at : reacahing one ofthe boats,'and get- ;;*
V dition 7 as when the grain is convertedinto should we decline! purchase,' is, quite sufficient. The 'n th'e bays,.abound with l of the coarse' arid fresh humor ting clear of the,vessel. nCJ.rcmaiD!

ATTORKEV AT LAW.. flour, and the flour into bread or from abroad, they, would be ponies Florida small are, and, but a .breed'to S1Jp.of and turtles and, c ..tia; to;Americans,.o f which';Mark' ed.near, until.daylight: ,_when .they r w

I when the hayand grain are convertedinto tured here.It easy everywhere, thus succeeded/in,picking up,a few orange
No. ,Hoeg's Clock stain but are excellent travellers. is.. the. best exemplar, and. pi 'i 10
up door the ;
pork,'beef, hides, tallow.and lard is simply) a question whether own and a kit of m'1ckerel.Vith\.no .
J4s-lj Jackmnmlle. FJa. shall send bread and meat to are used principally for draft, of life, and afford[ he gave one-of the best exeunt setJ"out '1
and the hides,into.leather, the leather festi'V' from the other;,provisions but these, Jh i.)
----- into boots, shoes or other useful commodities skilled .labor is' Europe and I are: 'mostly brought hunver'and.. angler.. ; when: he' denied -to the: for the isIand/Malahlva, ijo'inile: '

RICHARD MCLAUGHLIN, ; timber into lumber, lumber back manufactured products in ng'States. Cattle are easily! 3, enoa guide during his innocent distant, 'this being'; the nearest/'Ianrf. .10

REAL tSTATE.AGENT, into houses, barns fences,_ ships, change, or bring these skilled. a tJ I are'branch good breeders, arid from. a Science and its 0"l' -,abroad, all knowledge of ;any After:four''daysi 'dunngj'whlch"-'theif **
Into and capitalists to our own. industry. : Sheep I I by the name of. "Christophei and thirst were, tfintepse
iron : sufferings-from hunger
JoclctomUle,Fltrid etc., mineral into pig pig !. well in nearl y-all.parts;,goats The lively magi, 1ai.i .
and resjdcn s. In other Oshkosh, since pur earl- reached "ihe 'islandi*" *
AB sorts of Real Estate bought aaJ .M: ; Money in- bars, Lars into nails, edge-tools permanent raised with ease the perennial Verne'in'' one of; they !
'dTaxci paid Titles examined.RtFaa other cinplements whether we shall'.support ; recollect ion, .has.'been a, sort,,of which proved to be uninhabited irTos i}

*. .T PIUllltsSl. to William Astor. Esq The farmer, who after V producing on the other side "of the' affords sustenance-to large herds niany'books, has,given: ri Coventry.. To ,tell a man their.dismay,they were unable ta finder
>ie v York; .-GoY. A.G.. Cortia. Udlefonte. Pa. the abO narned stock::: Hogs Oshkosh Ms ,fur been
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skill adv !
of'the : to years ,
the n
'Lnrk H. Redner, Philadelphia; W. Stokes Boyd his crop of wheat, changes it into where vast profits of.the admiration fat story go any-fresh; waterandthe.only food" it.rO*
PUlaarlplua:1).Ambler.Banler,Jacksonville 11*. flour or who converts his grain and men' the capital of other .j' they'grpw balloonists; bui'.there poljte! American w of'wisbing yieIded'wsi few cocoannts.J.Forsec-aa..tI

Hory 1 uck:,Boston.Mass. 3a8.ly.pdL. into live stock, such as horses, transfer them to this side, where re every' other auIflal.wod! the-fiction of even ;M'. _an'eternal sojourn ''Hades and ing that.they'must soon =i'they! KM
grasses i in .
COAN cattle swine etc., derives a double. numbers and wC ihh'will add toV Deer are numerous bears. .every and is :often very; strange: I 'indefinite courtiership around 'the remained there; the. .'captain' t olved"upon '
Florida. Panthers .
\V. ; eOf Pluto whererXJsh- *
the planter, who having .baled permanent wealth and power .of more startling hant; Exactly i'dratettemptioeca; : ;
profit; but little wild cats *
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE his .cotton converts I it into thread own con n try.-Washington V ( are seen ; and the'last ascent of: the 'was" nobody except its inhabi- hiti. Wfthj sfx.men he startedtj/ {ajf

AXD and. the thread into cloth, and, the V' S foxes 'are rare. Opossums' narrative ofM.. TiSS -who are' much given 'to' the open.bpatr! .On the.second day.,afer :
ns are extremely nunierous.;the of tbe"'three 'of.timber and'' who live '-*--*
NOTARY survivor < upon
PUBLIC. cloth into will derivei the 2 Notes'on Florida.. I leaving the I island ihey were p& I
garments : ,
the ,
in particular. about sea information sides of,thc river Fox-we, had ,
little to ) hlaad.nus
SOl..AR. and skill .. up by the Tahitian; schooner
Oflie*in VE'S.ELOCK. added value of the labor required &c.-As t .I
MANNERS CUSTOMS live on iisn .ana oysters, .ana I said The..
and : haled in the. Times StJx-kn : name Belle, which' immediately 'sUrted1forJ'tidthe
Comer BAY and PINE for: each .transformation? '
street ; original l elements the manners and customs oflhe Jumps .of :fat.- -Otters and but it tells with a gre i suggested Kamtschatka,. ,theleutain island! ,and' resciied remainder ofSKtl
until acb'or.tbese'
'aeksoavUle,11a.H.F. so on I little are numerous :about ,the. water :,' Islands and Mr... Seward srcticparadise condition1 ilj
has been,:brought to, its final dians( we havc. ot to say ; was certainly ; the.party |in .an' 'exhausted'

COLCORD, higher value jn the, domestic econo? former inhabitants had many 'cust There several ,lundi the'of.sqnir-' ehce, and, .at. the V The 1 captain r.di'e 'Haiid/Benetled41! i
and -
mies of human life., And it should be peculiar themselves,'but with the small'l 'grey is 'beautiful pine,ani erlence whose, But, seriously! the,rnisfortutiothe. apdare4Jor':them, ,adtransporteZthemtoVthe : ;
the latter "a
SuccetMr Hide and iMsliMta "Has deprives the partici : wflVIVVII great/one.: It was one of r islandof Awa .hue ,
V t> Stin of V V borne in mind in this connection that change of their.masters there lives : J
'. change of custo The Salamander onthe; the aclmrration and. most enterprising. active "live. transferred; them to the schooner.fary' lh
J.H. CROVELU: ," ihe'margin of profit to theopera'tori a until corresponding the population has ,of plant, Rats and mice/are might otherwise 'cI to use. aWcsternVclassicis'a-cilies i by..hiclfthC"wue'safeI1 10"11
or now
in .such transformationgreater V
Comer Bay and Ocean ttrwta. less less skill is neededin so Americanized that their bits and troublesome every- that they were i the/cpuritfyl When "and now. "it Papet>irhere the Arrived ti.siXk.n /
as greater or ; the small ground-mole.some the before its name we do"hot' know but '; 1053 their' vesscI"
"Seity 'tb .of
if 1t C\at aA pricICC paid for Hides. Skioc. Fun, .the, workmanship. The, value of a nearly the same as those'oft the : in'_the : days; after .;
makes"depredations gar : ; itself trait of
, Waa the name a
&C. 7-1116. d are expected suggests Captain l\d himcnwflatj: J'
. day's labor of a, farmer is less than tants of the rest of the States and nurseries. Besides y'e qedfiy: ; "
orange' : national character
circumstances have not'' questioning composite rfvc in this"cityiia; affew days pnjGrayhound tk Cu1.
that of the miller the of a laborer ever, c ; : the
; wages animals :
other are ,
the'only best of
l borrowing tjoalites
EMILE BOURGEON ienti6c.readerfat accident .
LOUIS the altered since the visit of one I II ; baaing: ;; V r"
in a mine, than a man at ally. domesticated ones., die, . ,
: than that thus writes '"Many of.the, 'p1 apt,toregard them as race, represent 'most pro- : U :: .. .i '
Fcam Pans France,(lately Foreman of.the Staten forge-of a cotton picker I ,ornithology of th cr ,State, Js own hardiness. :.-m[sued wordr-peoplepii the 'bjIugOrde '-- VS'V : ;c.
uUnd Dyeing estabtiskment) to the of Florida are opulent.; they
cia weaver or.tailo".and'so on > .
in forests .' than' that of any.otheras is thing to ascend into t ,, :the ,indomitable*; preservtng V VV t. dJ

KEW CVUNG AND MENT.SCOURING ESTABLISH- end of the chapter nation.that._ sells its raw secluded savannas; but life abounding'in remote-in fish, : investigations of Audu- phere higher,than .D,1en -k.wl ch; nquors forest, and .be-' ":: 'B9' INTO:TsE_ RIYU-s. .,,.t ..,l V

L Hence .a and have all the The horned owl, long and short tured ,before, io. whose ,irresistible march tKt'abpr-i New York,,:May 14.. When- t.h'cn-! V
&s and bale derive l less gamethey 3
Gentlemen's Wearing Apparel, cotton in the roust : fie,. 'V
ice Curtaint. the nation' that, ..spins, essaries of life without;; labor d' owl, the. pigeon"and:,sparrow and,test .its effects an; retired to the lava,beds oi nets,who escfromSlngVSapgJo.i ;&IIS .
.Sba..Ja. profit than r' 'Florida. jfY: far their, : rni :and ripw hAng uporf tfaB I t1
s.!.rlab nn t cnrenifly cleaned and 5yed.FOKSYTU .. and converts into] garments: diEcultyand the; unbounded % bujzardjay,, and so, .as ; iay' started ofT4>oomingrtudspn <'d i V I
STREET betwtra JJewaan and Ma- weaves- ckertJ pigeon, wild, turkey, practical i one and : confront tKe P ci6c. No '
is *
Anda which they practice at TUvef road on"the l coin
&dStm. V If-" -,6- and sells the ultimate product. tality ,
< '. ; crate, curlew,.cormorant, peli.- turned account 'by to tempt'a'nd swindle'-young '
nation that sells its breadstuffs, an easy and'delightful-virtue. had stolen the progmcj :
V V can.-be moregrateful to the 'plover,, mockingbird, rcd.bir', tioris, it dewrved only Martin" ''Chuzzlewits V was; tive they ,
meats and other raw-material l, requip- lag & even a-zenith of the ials trio :
PRINTING. \ with thirst and heat, parroquet, c..I are promi But it Is another thing net city telegraphed SaperintendenruTouceyA.Neyixbrkf :
rudest ler oppressed.
:. its production only the <
ing.in : .. '
on' the' list ThVsriake:bird-'a sions i with nature, 'Vas iSeas.: Away' upthe; waters Toucejkie'wthatthe ,
with the, 'u
of larbor must .ultimately,become sad n.
forms is said to be re- Winnebago !lakejit .isplation
and>depcnr the/sayannas, than the cordial i of cbrriiorant, seeing hownear they very convicts, .in their ignoranceor.rocomotive )) I
VV comparatively poor .for,itsVsingulai beauty. Th? death without .losing its-,remoteness ,while they .were,
THE NEWSOUTlti, dent.The come, the patriarchal simplicity, % ts'joccasipnally.seen. One, life1.anddeliDerately. cause of its damnation the/talk! running, were TikeiyHo:J1: :
-i: I and the
t' this conclusion hospitality
reason for earliest writers on this interest- selves toVstupor) ..an i the. populace, are'an ,illUStration of( TUnanlo.a passcngeT Jrain then/jbsti! :

JOB. AND. BOOK&_PRINTING.- *. ought lobe too obvio,to need'argument -'time, affords servants to'his, and comfort everything t'whil feature of the State describes'the thesaicegfthcP95SbI ,spirit brwhich, .we.sp ak. Tt. had ah ad.and'oJ.the'way to' New.Yorkan ; !

.. Illustration In the,transfor- house there; inV, the towns pelican as nearly e feet high. returning to, original cOnnection ,with the out- :the C same track,so be telegraphed'fnxi4 w i i
material remains
t mation of the raw i into many : '
EST USIUDo'T. I is seen stalking-along marshes There are lirntsto.the de world but the Wisconsin Im i _
tfiere the stationagenl .the::51.111011'H'l
ofthe ultimate forms of value,. higher cities however, is more its long'and crooked: .beak,''rest I. even.science mar. Company (these improVe- |!
r V > -. skill, activity of mind,.and'even 'genius ity. V V bresf. 'The ( which 'companies are as natural 'td beTow'\ where the" flying 'engine1 then* !
like a scythe upon'its : votaries, or to j-j* > *' "A?%
. ,, )' are required. Operatives of the Balls arc the.most.common vulture, a bird.of rare,beauty, upon'to yield,and: in: r erlc. 'society as' the 'works theyonstruct'are was "Open pe.jwitcii and throw '.$, jinto i

: prepared 10 execute'.order fa latter class readily avail themselves of ment of the Floridians. The only on the savannas making, it seems to us'' 't1 t'1b 'artificial nature)'.gave the river. *'&&' is\j \ the nnrabefr I

TrdrVrO.s the aids science in the productionand of West Florida: is rither"theV demolition of- the .serpents, paised. As we'read two. .Its,steamboats float 'into the of the traia tojuhich the istolen-Jooxc' t i
of 'rnhin r f in'the duction to dance. A wooden them motive was attached and 'whewihe h;
PLAIN OR ORNAMENTAL PRINTING. V application and rds'roasted by the perio count, we' feel,.that h rs.9 GreenBay and)through .
of theft business, and is fixed on a pole, and'carried station' agenteread",drspaicH helal
i ,- H I. t prosecution burning the gjraS plains. The panipn4' 'were, nol, [ the SuXdwrence rivcrIt, might
I drive 4his machinery, with water\ "or the city by some slave;, on pi ofthe prefrTesjs frequently students lut, fanatics : A vessel to Liverpool! .a d.b| most1 douDtedT'his-'setisesi 'but;' hmP'* IJwaS
crane -- -
s-lMIUSIES'aDnc, %.:.::. ". steam. V A steam engine of one,thousand jog it to the ladies, they make ; 'feet high, and, usually a' flock higher and .;." s .oC the For and Wisconsin' 't the;prdgrjo 5hro.w the'train, ? intg :j

I. 'VISITING CARDS,;, horse-power will put forth. .as fering of ia piece of ribbon,'of for, a season,unbroken. These meter/counting the rs: ; of/which it hasniacfe/cliaririelsi' the.riyr;duly snglt y i1LxupeVitoc.ft

; .WEDDING'CUDS. much force, under the guidance of a length or color that happens "to irregularly scattered, and; thus arteries 'and b _t 'despatches;lumber,tq Npw Orleans.! officer,And..be had theserre to 9bey;::
;I ; single"engineer, as an army of seven their fancyor'convcnience.: ,-arouud the lakes and from' the. bags of. ; 'a ,wilderness- it. has; made ,the it,trusting to,the superintendent that*!

i', EILLHEADS PI. thousand siahv'arf'latorcft! V fixed'. tq.the bird' ,,-whlch.soon 'of the' prairies present aa 'ap taken with 'them. ; roods,the source'of-itx wealth and it the calamity of throwing in 85Sw

., V, VPCSTT.RS LtTTER'HEADS.BLANKS . T* it, thererore, wonderful that the "decked in a gaudy' and as picturesque. eVe thousand yards the' floors ''and shingled the would iavert some greater'catastropiie
" A time, and ,nce as grotesque $ ; :
ho use it in plumage .: .place of 'wIehhkii Tipthrngiopened 'Sd fie
; owner of this enginer- ; ; ?of,whole States.
V : .CntClIUKS. In/the:
\ 'once.freqeent, iuist,
wild-goose, but. ttey go
V V .,. 10-' V VVV V.,-- ." 1 _- ." .,' spinning and weaving cotton possesses apart for theifair patrons ,of ,the i. ,pf the. 'State, is' now. ..seldom, throw.out ballast and : Oshktsi'wilI'rse again, 'of/.coursel: the.switch and stood |esi4eit! !ri
V ...EJtIU'S"-. ':, : Vk ;an' immense advantage over the goe to assemble 'who are cends Eight .tho : merican city is"jthej: true pho expectingevery moment.tp se.e, ,'?S'V
riMPiir." ; : \ ': cotton.planter, who sells the raw material gallantly' attended by their I V V and and its ashes arc the seed*,of life.' Lhandering: owa' ifie.rcadt .4iuhin.toC
k -.... .. ..".*.-. ,r' .,"- .:" l ? The seVen .thousand' l laborers with Jifles or fownng-pieces. !I icthyotogy' of tHe:Gulf of Met, reached, months from now lwnJ'.Joung what 'seemed ,sure 'death' .ior all n.w
V I' OF ALL..KINDS.i .nd and'the tiver :and coast waters// of r sensible.. Presently
i. J employed by t -pt.1nter10 secure au P tgo Js'sei up.as :darget, i ,.will baveforgottea its. mishap board; but the burglars :being nnex-t
ions : :
: -i 'J' i.'n'.M.i: ,iV, ( '." .t"H' equivalent force mustbe fed, and clothed fortunate, marksman: who first is,, -we /scientifically f n nd marble will stand. ,where, ,wood perenced, had Blown' ont''tb:cl1n

,;; ; COLORED; '61 PaINTING, -\' V,: AND_.. ..GILT.' .V WPLLV.V and sheltered, nursed in.sicknesss, it, becomes Tung 'of/the/eastr : own'*:/, T| er /arc.most generally last descending nd,1tnounfS t ihicy ag r.o: once p4ledj, for.this.. arc we der"head, r f ofthe. engiBei/airnite; rurtfiet1.,
V3 : Eei.swqrd.fish ? tf
tbtf. -
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mackerel "
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wd: Tiitnint Its afraid there much clay that it John C. BrckInr1dge.Lzxfdtc1ic ., that he did not believe he bad reachedthe i'a0; only read about but I have
tii THENEW SOUTH., ,class, who baa. has-a-sufficiency .ot And the New York in was.so be
; and muscle command "Go bot would be difficult to it. Col* 'K?. 17"--Jonn C, extreme depth of the basin. Whatis fore my eyes, the beaaiifa
brain at endeaver-, slight .a gross |breach of quar May most remarkable about this Spring is, wtere and delicate country
few my
Andrews will age
.: ,.. now, and mak grove for each of us and it 'over; speaks thus of return Brecklnridgc died this afternoon that it, and to health will state of
.1.ttmi.t ADAUS, CARRUTH ft O.ik and one' we, will provide fait glaze farther ,explore the situation, and born spouts irregularly use a never allow ra* to come.
..a.C1.J, the needful funds yoursejf and;take care of TOO the session. which was called 'pursuantto possibly to.commence quarryIng.fluildCotton John Cabeil Breckinridgo. 21&1821. vugar expression, by "n'ts and starts." How charming if it could have betB done
Lexington, Ky. January ,
near The results obtained were the following: next to the
year, great feast
and It in circumstances the agreement and solely.to carry out ; but ihisU
J. S men easy He. of the best Kentuky stock, hisgrandfather
IOur. first
c ADAm -. Mills. what is supposed to be the quite out of the question. I hate
I will adopt the plan I here recommend : the compromise. :. *< the ;Hqn<. John Breckin- tegular hli4iD'of the Spring clean ma- ever, reached a how.
greater happiness
and let nothing of niggardliness The following item is a very significant t&tn
; TO CORRESPONDENTS AND 01H&KI. Beyond quarreling over,the retention ridge United States Attorney Gene.1under rinf shells, with little pebbles, the latter millions otbetsj My 70ih 'birth
,1 S Item TtMtf hnercM*rm coUdncd&!)p m ,. enterJnlo their.treatment, their .man- of lour.Republican intruders in the lower indication of.what we can do ton ourselves Jefferson, and of thIcel6brated 'I evidently not marina There were alao :WAS,a,day of, sunshine, ,and, bliss day

p $ ,Abo especially communication educational.*0.."bc l 0 a deal ager,wUh but me.deal they with him as.my be qui'prner House who had neither 'credentialsfrom if we will on1y'go't work in the "revolution' of 1798" in the obtained other. substances\ one a kind I my native country and from abroad.from, for" .*
t wik should make their letters mny, the-Ileturnung of their own between Virginia Legislature' having: emigratedto of another
Correspondents o1recelving their Boar right way. The difference gray clay: a 't11t' perfectly away came beautiful gifts,, letters
dent from and
UK bcu aiid penmh.W groves the, Kentucky at the beginning of the
b. cw party nur'critte'Jrm cmpr Otitof' the bright,yellow; :and a third, a mud as- elexralD8'nd the cbarmfngproeal
nnuaiu ont sending raw' material from
,. a n Nslbe f u sy out within\ ,afew.yeari an > mise 'tle' from which State he was chosen -
uuwscrfpu ea neither ; nOl century, black.as it u possible fur anything irt America arrived
.,' bs n h.i oipi..nsd. 'Anonymous, contributions equal to, 100. pr ctnt:on, their invest.merit. tat arbitrtr re has any seri country 'manufactured, and manufacturing United States Senator in" 1801. His 'nature to be. Within the whirlpool I, (he .

: ..' --UI" -r I 1 wor except Voting $,17f t pay it at home, w'U make us rich grandson was ducted at Centre College water was of a blue black color, but General Mews.-

Shall Trusted Once its expenses. and, I independent. Let us begin: now; I. Kentucky; studied law at the perfetly) transparent; while the line of
4 A Winter Home tDm0; Institute and was admitted JoUst 111., 18. the .,
i For The figures show that the Transylvania demarcation between the waters of the May : iron hut
:l.:. The'wreritj of tho,winter seuon just A New Railroad._ this and .immediate Clctorts.in to the at Lexington. He resided Springs and tho ocean around wer as mills of she Joliet Iron and Steel Works '
This in short to be thedominating city '
plain terras; I .vldnity for a short the at ; were started
tbhta'gbont the North and West, citizens :of Marion taken since September 1st bales HurlngonIuwa well defined as if drawn by a l pencil.To yesterday morning. It las -
,question: the next T prminent' but returned heenidle for eighteen months ,
p great I reiterate the waters of the and its
Spring a
and of cotton, ,which h 1,520 more than werd ,
; c many turn longing 4a call l ..theGods'to ,
County upon with resumption will
t :
a national struggle in this countr taken :last 'Were 'it not for our practiced"profession success.At blue black; that of the ocean sea green. employ four hundred
carnwtlpok.61desire towards the wtnningattractlTpyratnrcaofourState ofthe. and' year. the outbreak of the war with Mexico men. The blast furnace will '
I All conceivable ingenuity mity be exhausted help tben'ot mills this cotton -at' the highest The Captain moreover informed us that I be started,
: while} in the l invention' and, have put ;own.. :to the would have brought $618.725. price, he entered.the' army; iecvingas a major the appearance of the Spring was never soon. '

1 : frost.D snow are reigning supreme, tion of infinite of J n'jg wheel in a way' that' promises good.resulls. passed through machinery here,its value ot. infantry, : 'in Mexico dist'nguished alike on any two occassions on which he New York, May 19.-Win. Butler
an himself counsel for
rrleti as Major had visited it. He had laid with bis Duncan has been made President
; ; and crowds of .' : incrased three fold, and Columbus sends aad
beyond a question men
At meeting held unOcalaa: ,
que8tJ n!, .*a, demanding a General Pillo'w; in :the famous court-
important it out in the shtrpc of $1,856,475. So vessel I IQ't.he' basin, st times and for Receiver of the Mobile and Ohio r it..
; : .. 1; of ms.nsand., el.ul would, provide ,solution by, the, next election, but they few days ngo, a ,company wa organ. about above the raw;' 'material martial., Ou his return he was electto some time bad seen no appearance of road to represent the New York and

j' / themielrcs ,with t''home here could are' paYpablytheri ,negations ,or',sideissues bed for'.' the construction' of'a railroad | is 11,2.0 brought by these factories.All to the State Lgislatur and in 1850 the Spring! ; when it would, suddenlywell foreign stock and bond-holders. The'

} they divest themselves of'the Idea that And so' considcredrby: .those who from Silver Spring to Blue Spring, ofwhich tho money i il,bru:ht from abroad was numiotted Congress in the Ashland out, with bright 'ellow'wl\ter. and line Islirobundreditnd reveuteen miles

their own-personal attention here during Hon.: E. J. Harris was' elected and kept"at home'' Cofumfcu* Sun. district, his opponent being the' then as quickly disappear. At times, Ifng"nd Is represented by" $10,839,000"""""*
them. : able Charles S.
propound and popular, Morhe the smell of sulphur and sulphuretted; bonded debt and "$4,466,000 capital
the Ilrg' portion' .of tbe'year india Divided, discordant and utterly, con president, E. W. Agncwrvice-prisident, Cuba'and thUnited States. afterward Governor After cntelt bydrogen.wos so strong that It could be stock '<-. ._
: ) : ( .'> .-.' : -., financial' D. A. Miller- secretaryi and "Win. R.: t memorable-for> brilliancy and vigor. some distance "
pna 't 1 tradictnry in their' positions, The recentreports showing a systematic perceived before reachingthe Detroit Micb., May, 19.: Report from
: : Northern and Western man, who Brtckinridge, who represented the The of the water t
Spring. ,
Ilillyer, treasurer. in
no cute politician i can determine i today destructon'.f the sugar plantation! blood.of Kentucky elected fifty points Michigan indicate that '
I .j, has the, means to malte himself comfort-J whether ,the Democracy 'favor. continuance ,The ,name, ,adopted is The' Silver on ate causing 1 good young and served in the House of, wa Representatives which we obtained 'was salt but not fully a tbree-fonnhs average wheat crop

i !, able whereWand when .h j chooses, and i of' to hard Spring Ocala!& Gulf..Railway Company deal of alarm in the public'mind throughout : from to 1855 having been like sea-water'it; resembles the water will be gathered despite the discourag
greenbacks: or return of the
181 Congress Spring, Saratoga but of
the United States. We depend ingprospect t. ,a month ago. All the
to whom defence of self and stock elected the t me'OVer DO. lessformidable
-.1 -j 'flmlyl money, though he Isvirj certain that',Itis ; .Capital :$10f. Subscrp yearly upon Cubi Ion about eighty mil than Hon. much more active .and m
; : against, the merciless assaults ( frs' oppossed to ,tho present, condition of tion books :will soon I bO'opem- lion dollars of sugars and :molasses lie Coombs.a competitor 1'6 its operation. Its 'density, compared which are nearly a total failure.
r are the objects .of 'and at Ocala Cedar Keys and Cotton and there is no other the frt performances with sea-water, i is: sea-water .-
.; .. pncpa currency" famine, which It.attiibut s t city, portion in the House \vs tho delivery 10232. Zanesville, Ohio, May 17.-About 8
V there is an inde r.ribablw globe that can afford a Spring water o'clock last Aloczo
4 ; Republican misgovernment.! Plant. siwiar&upply. of a eulogy upon Henry Clay. Mr. A large turtle,. of the species called night Jackson and
: i charm in :the, contemplation of 'a gulet The report of tho committee on Construction At the'rate the .sugar: Breckinridge was tendered Spanish Albert Smith with both their wives and
and is swimming
rolls terribly te' loggerheads, constantly-found -
Democracy, .it eyes plantationsis now, going "on, the sugar twochildren each, Went over the
ration, Pre but declined dam
in clime within the by -
retreat genial idtnt ;
shows estimated cost of a about i in the circle of,the Spring
1 : ,
I holds its hands horror the in Cuba be reduced for
t rf up .. in.pious! crop wi seJJ to a for domestic reasons, and in 1856 a skiff, drowning both women andtmecbildofJackson's
: and ,noticed fish
bouod4ofhliowncountrywhereshrubs, tram road mile,' fl,340l; Third mere its former proportion wo large plunging and
idea of ;, "third term, and tdk thrillIngly per ; he was nominated by the DemocraticConvention one of Smith's.
::. ,. .. t fruit ants flowers contrast'>powerfully about "Caesarism," "the constitution class narrow guage, per mile, $3W insufficient even for home consumption. for Vice President of the around, the edge. One, "bi"h'sprang It is said that the men Were under the
; clear,out of the water, boss, about
:1 : with ,jhe rigorous chains the Northern when The committee on' This destruction of the rugareslatei: United Stales on the ticket with James w&s a influence of liquor, and could not manage !
: it was" they. it; 4 feet long: There is ,excellent fishing
1 :'. IC -KJng, milking and hate a ahjuno cash 'shares 7 shares is prompted by the idea thaI Spain persistently Buchanan. The campaign, which ended the boat.Lowell .
dcJ'ing hil "tho traditions of our fathers"and 6 ; labor ; retains the on around the Spring; large trout whiting,
ful domination, 'with Its miles of endless abut pne mainly with the election! of "Buck and Breekn black fish and other fine fish May 17.-The manufacturing;
.:J4 .. "d : the compound and' enmewhaf incng. Datedl shares, and, 2,660 acres of account of the value.ot its.exports.andthe is still fresh in the. public mind. Mr. bite bazugas, companies of this city report that one;
: verdure and But such rapidly. .
beauty. a land, which was afterwards increased revenue, contributed in times of ?
ous tendency things htu\vnl anarchy Breckingridge entered upon his duties The specimen of the water which we hundred and forty-seven of the two hundred
4, home is looked upon as an impossibility, and despotism1) at the same time, and to 71 cash shares; 1 labor shares; 9 peace, to the homegovi'rnrnent. To diminish on March .4, 1857 as President of the tested medicinally using tho same_ dosesas and twenty-five mills are running:

i : without im entire change of business of "retrenchment and reform" ,} shares;and acres of land. the value of the Island to Spain, United States Senate, and presided over Congress.water. operated in about 3 on full time. They also say that quite
S.8 it is
mater to its
: ; '' and a total ,rclinquiskruent of the old prates necessary commerce that august body ion four years with hoar, vesy generously, and without the a number of the section hands,or third
but neither its xdherent nor anybody atl reduce its sugar plantations to ashes. and In hands anxious .
4 distinguished dignity courtesy. sent out are to return to
and home at jho North. ii of least unpleasant sensations.International -
The Grocer. is the present feeling ot the, insurgents -
lo\e I else is The same identical 1860 he was nominated by the Southern work and several of them will retain,; .,
4 t the greatest importance to our Slate and dec.\e.grimly shows the We have received the initial numberof and they are pursuing it, with a wing of the, Democratic, party at-alt- onMonday. H"

::1 ,; of tha highest interest to all men of this question thrugh.nI determination to wipe the sugar trade more, alter split at the,Ch Copyright. Fraoll3.-Tbe New York
Provision tbe' Postmasterhas
misty veils with which it is to The Grocer ant Dealer, <
out of existence.A .
Convention, its candidate for President London, May 10.A deputation of
class to know that n such impossibility Baltimore. sent to the dead letter office between
be befogged. published at parl311At of the sugar estates des defeated and in the fol- authors 'waited on Mr. Disraeli to-day,
exists, and I lint the of butV: 700 and 800 letter addressed to J.
accomplishment The great body of tho Republicanparty The following extract from the editor's: districts alone, between lowiug year he entered the Senate as to make representations, and obtain his Thompson Hanna &r Co., a pack of
: a pleasant home for a portion i of the March 1 and April 20- showt'tbt six the of John J Crittendcn.At views in to international .
is composed of mcn of free and introductory, will give a fair idea of the successor, ; regard copy swindlers whoadvertUu a sewing machine '
f i winter season is within the compass of plantations, "lh their cane mills, buildings the outbreak of the rebellion Breck right. The deputation consisted of for dollars.
and aim of its Newspapers
unfettered who proprietors: twenty
now, as
thought scope
ever and utb destroyed
: moderate means and without any enforced r imprvement were bridge took par'with the South, ai>d Messrs. Blauchard Jerrold! Turn Taylor publishing their advertisement would do
j change of 'business connections care vastly more for principles than for The prospect of the Grocery and Pro within tblt District was expelled from the Senate on December Charles Reade. Charlrs Dickens,G. well to drop it, as well as the "add" uf
: men or mere party watch-xvords. vision trade of,our city is one of unex- Cienfuegos, representing 7,800 hogs- 4, 1861. He was made major general A. Sala and,Charles: Mack, Miss Brad- Drs. Burt and Price.Washington. "
r2 or dirnpturoofbome Uc* ampled brilliancy,and it is not unreason hciids, and worth f,9O0OO0 nine in the
: : The reticence of President Grant in $ ; in the Confederate army in the ,August don and Mrs. Wood, and many other
A New York merchant able to say that, by the. exhibition ot District of Villa Clara, representing following lie thereserve \vellknown liteniry'perSons.. Mr. Edward May 19. -By direction
; or.Chicago or regard to his own plans is'such as in duo ,and shrewdness, the 8600 hogsheads, and valued at '$1.460- .commanded ot Director of the Mint the coinage of
enterprise Shilob Jenkins of
at in April, 1862, and member Parliamentfor
-.:. professional man, without.any necessity ever way becomes. a ,man. of sense great staples our commerce will be so 0 and eighteen in the District ofStgua. made the successful attack on Baton Dundee, .and author of "Ginx's the new twenty-cent biker piece was

of his permanent personal presence,and who. by the choice ol, forty millions of largely by'us that the title bestowed ., representing 45,70 hogsheads Rouge in August of that year. He afterwards Baby," addressed Mr. Disraeli on thepart. commenced 'at the Philadelphia} mint,

k1 with less outlay than is often expended his fellow citizens holds the highest upon us.will' be fitiyworn. The valued at .3,0.0. commanded a divission inPolk' of the depntation.' He pointed to to-day and dies for the Same piece will

uI : in a single visit of pleasure The con- advantages of our >city 'a. a shipping The work is sti 'with'great corps at Murfreeslioro and at the appropriation and mutilation of the IKJ sent tu.'the Carson City and Sin
t office in their gift. centre are conceded and we rapidly I vigor. The destroyed Francisco mints to-diy: ,,and the coinage
art numlerostates and 'defeated works of British authors th book
tinrt treat himself all the Chickamauga, Sigel at by ; ,may quiet Had, Gen'l Grant at any time been beginning to hold an undisputed place in up to about April, Newmarket. Va., by, ,then publishers of the United, Suites, and at those mints will bo coiuJi MK-ed immediately .

.1 '\ pleasures of a'sml.trplcl home, may foolish enough, gratuitously and in advance regard to the market we offer for various in reported at (;n'o bunrd., valued ,at joined Lee's army, anU ..86le battleof asked it some remedy could nut be found on reception of the dies.

4 at will, in the depth of winter, in three of the proper and legitimate occasion important articles ot f import and export. $7.2.0 hut worth previous the Cold larbor. in June,and commanded : for the 'grieva ces. Three Prussian officers dressed in ('ItiZem'd "
':' and transfer himself Every indication points to the $ ) clo h:3. appeared on horsebark v
I days easly safely, decline nomination that 25(0,0. corps Dldcr Early, in tho Shenandoah Mr. Disraeli replied that the subject
to a conclusion that we have entered upon a The planters discouraged had few weeks ago in the neighborhood of
:t < from the land of frost and lounging valley, when delated by Sheridan. already come before.the. Government -
b never was offered, the phraseology of period of rapid material developement, and aro abandoning their plantations Transferred Tennessee, be defeated on the question whether, revision Rhtims, pied-ely at point where the
4 ; among his,own,orange, lemon, or banana his declension, no matter in what language and that certain branches'of trade are in despair under tho convictionthat General ..ast.m, in November, of the copyright law in regard dramas French engineer propose to erect a

:; trees, and there,tn4,the 1)1eanteit it ,might have. ,been l'uche thoseupon which ,Jhe influence of thU if they cultivate a crop the main 186-, and took part in the battle of Nash- was desirable. The Government would strong fort. They informed the peasants

1 : possible change and rest., And: .the would have distanced the famous movement will be frt And IUSt distinctly portion It will continue t bo absorbedin ville. In'-January, 1865, he became givothie matter full attention and strive round about that they were native

1 comfortable consideration connected "hasty manifested. It ti at a season ol -repeated taxation, ti finally de- Secretary of War in the Richmond cabinet to remove the,annoyancesand vexations engineers on a mission inspection.1
., plate ofsoup", acceptance of General that it has ourrd' us to undertakethe fit roved by the touch of insurgents. Alter taking notes they rode quilj!
t \
4 this is that such and thm was present at the death now existing, but it must have time to
wit any int.tmcnt Scott in and "thank you for publication of a Journal :which Where then shall we look for our sup- ol the Confederacy he bad: helped to consider what method to adopt. lIe hack to Metz, not veryfar .>ff. This'

3 .' t unlike the'expense of a cntnentl tour. nothing"notoriety been' the .sneering should devote nil its energies and intelligence ply ot sugar! Tho product of the West brinj' into being, Alter Lee's surender. wad ot the opinion that n royal commission bold raid angervd the peasant, awl''

T 1 : wi be MS profitable in a'pccuniary point refrain of the very papers that by all to thu interest the Grocery and India Islands is'scarcely, sufficient for Breckinridgo went to :and remained would. be better than: commit they protest that they will keep a sharper
view as Is promotive of permanentpleasure Provision Trade of Baltimore. The im- the foreign demand. n e can obtain little abroad until! Hlfp he returned tee ot. theHouse of Commons; because lookout for the next 1'rn.sian inva
I their clamor about Csesarism and a third Doitant relation that trade bears tour Rid from' that source. l.uiin.1Cnnol biun.
; ; thlt to his homo in Kentucky. it would bo more likely to be well ac
terra, have failed hitherto t provoke a cUDmeriallvitm renders' it essential under the' most favorable condi- General Breckenridgu has' been in qUiiuteci-with'the': subject. The American Kifle Team, say ,tha
t t: The rlk'of Mr. Bishop, President departure from true official dignity. ( in some measure ton!, with her hirniteil means, give us feeble health. fur s.m time, and dUrngtbt New York Herald, has at length been

: of the Stale Agricultural Association on Behind. term,""despotism" aud "artcularl.and specifically represented. than 15 to 19 per cent.of our total whole"of the piLL' winter hidJcen Charlotte Cusbman.In selected for the, coming internationaL

.: this subject, as conclusions. 'a ,reliable 'tir the American c\n done in no way better than consumption of suar and syrups. Shallwe confined to his and lately to' his contest in Ireland. iThe successful esin '
VState rights, people perceive by a well-conducted journal alive to all be compelled to take our coffee with bed, with a dropsical affection that ii Boston, at the Globe 'The\tre. on didates are lKjur Henry Fulton, Colon

Jan. who knows of &he the intensely hostile and aggressive questions. impor to'the interests, and out sugar ? Tbo.1ricci in .the sugar thought to Imre'resulted from an injury Saturday evening, Miss Cushhian ended el J-hn iodine, Colonel H. A. Gilder-

i : spas, a worthy of frequent repeti. spirit of Southern Democracy'they;' have quick to detect explain them. It is market are no" and must continue to hU liver re-cnived I'roju a fragment of her career oj actress, and formally retired sleeve, General 'f. S. Da\in, G. W.

:rj toa. 110535:: t1tLICedthO revolutionary and bitter opposition proposed, then' to' conduct The Grocer to do s>. In short, a sugar famine shelL during Ihe'war.. A week agi. Doctors from the stage. The i'ca.-sinn Yake and L. L.. Hepburn, the reserves .
and Provition an independentjiiurnal unless the of the was, of course! one of great ami sad interest Jr.
DeCr.M ilmnlncnt. ravages Gruslt.unci Sayre Messrs. Coleman CnnSeld, ,
I Many gentlemen of ample means, de to .the. reconstructed Stale, gorernrnentatheyrecollcitbe ; In b t trade in Balti- are soon performed par.icenthllt and it being
brought t with the hope ot giving was appropriately commemorated and Jewell. The Irishmen will h3veto.
2 sire to have in temporary
groves conn -c- smooth timore and in its interest. It close
with orng' but hesitate promises common through foreign intcr\enlion. relief, but the operation seems tohv by thc presentation wf a look to th'-ir lanreh when they meet '
lon to of the Seymour and, Blair platform shall be a paper published as in f the Is it not. therefore, the duty ot other bul iv) effect'in averting the fatal l parting gill lo Miss Cudhraao, upon the such a band experienced marksmen.
.4 in the matter because cannotgive ,
; ac i they cause of'a not of one or I interfere? If the claim
governments and in of and
romraunity ,
; the enterprisetheirperaoual with the Broadheail leter as commentary issue. The patient has' been gradually stage presence H .large ,The 1 leading 'ir nwaster of Tittsbuig,
lupr- I two individuals, and which by a broad humanity are insufficient to' warrant brilliant iudien :e. Mr. Curtis Guild
vision the : ainiost deceived theboneyfugling sinking, though he retained bid n- Mr. William Burns in wittt '
during summer they were by and company
and liberal tone policy may secure an outside efor to stay these Cuban aud conversed delivered an address on behalf of }l ss.Cushman's .
I ousiiess with
that could cheerfully Colonel Killebrcw. has been mveslig.iVing -
tem'exprulte opinion they of the Greely declarations for itself and reflect credit demand of '
respect upon friends. In her reply Miv*
:" faith commer. his friends almost to the lasr. Ontt.of the mineral deposits of Tennessee.The .
i ) ful management.ur, cumptnt'' This of, '72 and were only aroused, by .Thu iLk mor intended" .r adtn. t aruse public attention, secure the pleasant incidents of,hid closing days Cu>hman Raid : "It has been implied Chattanooga Commercial says that
white-man's The Grocer l II a sni-rnonthlyquarto ,an early stoppage of, the.,war and visit not d c'arcd: and very often repeated -
I "a
a I believe to' be a mlltk. Give me startling cry'of party the wholesale destruction was a paid to at his bedside a ;he_went north predicting that Tennessee -
':: money enough and >engage tohIreinsnwhocaas&elybetrusie4 But they.will.n t b again deceivedby form twenty pages; Turubull l Brothers, and other ot sugar plantations No- fortnight ngo by>Vice-President Wilson, i in, the newspapers throughout, the I will become thu tudint iron Stale
that 1 should have -
l at private property. whose iniervixw with the former pro country not appeared If of) the country. The Commercial neglects -
recollect the
the publishers/
same means; they nation'on the face globe is commercially tho nfter the,
upon stage
L ) the bead I of any slavery champion was described 03 very II! to ritatt that this opinion was formed
underlog. I'Ja.Democracy,us the party'that sacrificed more clgselyconneeted withCuba'than ovation which to in New
: ; : money enough in I will affecting. Many of the oIJ Southern was paid me, without an inspection of the iron districts -
employ a'man'capable of the : party principle, euntr the recollection The,Mouth o the Mississippi. that:thu Unite; Stales.for:We about depend leaders had also made J pilgrimage> *'to York. At least. so the gentlemen. of the or Georgia and ,Alabama.! T ent-

: : ., the United States, and of i of the fathers faith once for Capt.!Eads,'the celebrated l engineer upon hundred thousand dollars( worth of one Mr.'Breckinridge's: bedside during his press decided; and many comments L>iron enough in any one of, the .three

,.. Prsdeacy '.good :an ,adruinlstration'as a sactionn} dream ot heartless .Imbitonand' ha: .began work 'on,the' j tte '"' at the ducts that cannot. be obtained elsewhere pro, lust illness, to .pay the'trib te- of their derogatory have been made to my upon dignity uic in as tho a woman papers I States to supply the whole world. _

; } *v.' ant likely t get. But we wI be-slow, to trst tem'agl ., uouth'of the Mixbissippi! river. and ,will except in limited quantities and at largely personal Breckinridgo respect.was a thorough- and my position as an 'artist. I JiaveKassed i Washington, D, .C.. May 10.-Theheaviest
ought orce, (for all,.ihat representative blow struck at the wbbtyring
1 undetnd increased prii-es. ,Besides this consideration. in tho tenor ever
on even .of
be. ,
into my way
Y soon putting practical operation of: the old Kentucky ,
c we of a h'rstrfcte.man : chivalry' it
t cont procure te 1"lc The' Independent Political. Press. Cuba is entitled to our sympathy Of fine 'and regarding ou my own account of the country' full upon to-day
for the of tenth the great scheme of deepening tho channel physique commanding ,
.- wages a, -rate ; in her oppression; her people are presence these would-be censors and judges but with telling effect. Over thirty prominent -
man, Uveruu the bay, in sight ol this In tho {undue,,ardur. ., and- zeal' with ,by means,of these,much talked of fet t- our ImmeJiat nelgbbn they are the his dignified itnd;courteous and affutjloiii it seems to me proper that 1 should; explain distilleries and rectifying houses

t 4 l. Tillage, there fcix Ii a grove last which:'June and was which a.pirtlzan political press,Is 8me tles. While we heartily,desire the_success pry, strugglng ftr liberty and disposition raanners,he.I> .\of,a n national warm, standaad-inpetuous I to you, in whoso esteem I have a 'have. been seized at St. Louis, Chicagoand "
budde yean ago times conducted or palliation is ,the their rights, ngainntan and i long-vested interest which must not be Milwaukee, and a mass of uoinK
t visltetl{ it yesterday,. and the I excuse of enterprise wecannot; see unscrupulous bearer for the young blood ot the South. evidence has been,collected,
spreading trees with, their dark, found in ;their very z"a for their ,o what he is going to do with the immense have defied fo.the for seven years of they But hu bad up especial qualification for endangered: ,without a strong and earnest which peacbablo-will insure'' tho. ;tdownfalllof the I

'... foliage and loads of yellow fruit,gen! csiona uaggratonl. ,But a 1 called amount of matter which this: mighty and shown to the military world,power by 'an' indomitable Spain[ a'little st tc mar influence or,a politician:' be wielded .1 engagement protest on in my New part York that was.if announced my last- strongholds of the ring at the Kistr-
fled or no in in
'- the to the best of care. Mr. Stockwnll, press claims t stand river dally deposit. at the line of con courage*, great sacrifice'and heroic national politics and ho Congress rank or ns my farewell; to the.stage, it was West and Sooth The result reached
of that lives of
owner in Maine out
t and spends only t grove part ol each winter, on high.moral grounds 't high :.to'al 1-! tact with the ocean.< As he extends' his endurance, that the"are entitled to theirindependence sight.with the overthrow the Institutions '-: done'by ho act or will or.word of mine." has week been work attained alb r'the nearly Secretary nine

? in Florida, low it t participate I In the "low partizan jetties the engineer will find that' the themselves, and fully qualified to govern which he represented The .recOrd oldie Treasury performed no other by officsrs of the i

t There are' some opportunities to I struggles",of tho day should aim to keep. ob.-lruction .I is simply carried. a' ltd Whether they are founded or not, thereis of his public liia is but A reminiscence Colonel THE HUSBAXD OF IDA GCE LEI'.- department not;even in the Secretary1* '
of Smith is rated in Kansas
I cure superior managment at a comparatively within sight, of the. truth Wits "independence" -: further into the u1 forming a tongue of 1 deep and general impression on the things past, and those who generally office, being intrusted with the secret.
(Ight find knew him'will choose to Uunt of him I as tho handsomest man in the United
4 : can ii u' ns Into*forfeiture 1 land .along which:'frill'' 'accumulate the minds ofhlnklng men. not only through less public thlD Stateslie resembles Edwin Booth, Special to the S&.Louis Dem.
good location, beside a. roan who is ted asa man. as ,.a gentleman. '
4 '. waking .grove for himSl and induce 0'.| Its allegiance to ub itself debris,in.timelp b
him t tk charge businessto By its foolish! anduntenable, 'positionsin : and simply, compelling the ,str ani of; the Europ.States ,should- actor, but upon close inspection is always Han'IIl1e million-dollar' sold .Presbyterianchurch on a plan
your work,is done, and well! reference in Louisiana the to its burden of, A Medicinal Spring- the Ocean. : conceded to be the better looking were tonight
: 1 At. the time t matters carry earthy matter lose no timein'; making determined I man. Ho was,born and brought in that is believed to be un C\o". Every
receive up
and'disburse: your proper mony; ; ketp t Independent press, is demonsrating itsu.wI few miles .furtherbefore dropping it t for to bring th Cuban sacrifce' life The editor of the St. Augullt 'Pru8. Shelbyville, Kentucky, and 'graduated pew in tho building has a price set upon-

accounts; correspond with t you' and your do partizan .and 'prejudice .And Is form a mud bank and an obstruction to t. close.' has has visited this wonderful spring andthus'relates with high ,honors 'at Cambridge. His it. the values running from $300 to $6-
; been that Spain wad struggling,to main- what be'saw : In a' first wile 000 each, and in addition to that fixed
all is : space was the beautiful and
thnt needful For as this' gifted
bring your trees bringing the 'shrewd silence of the: commerce. as long matter
t tin'Republican form of government, of about 100 feet circumference the wa- Miss Lou Pope a belle of Louisville. price i ii to be added the bonuson, choice
k forwar. ,Mr.G.P. 'n of Sumter Dc or.c1Into strong relief continues to b borne down on the cur not embarrassed$f but the ten was swelling up in spouts and whirlpools Moving to Leavenwortn ho emancipated eaU received at the auction, which on

ooanty bas the general i of exact text of the resolution abut rent,' so long must 'it' be abar: t the last vestige of that apology for Republicanism with such force! that the vessel 1, his slaves and paid,their fare to Kansas, some pews ran up to $1,550. The total

.4 six groves.I He owns an.rupJIAiuD' the- permanent klalui of the Housewbk-h improvement navigation'through the has passed: away,an-J this excuse as.she. passed through,' was made to where he figured as a strong antislavery amount "of bonus 'to-night' is $77,000.

of two of them, but, has no pecuniary fprraed of the ,LouUiana "com' natural outlets the Mississippi.: MeanwhIle : can no longer be ui. Tho, Unit. swerve Iroiii hercoruse. Tho spring is man and devoted friend of Jim Lane. The total original valuation of the pews
lauract ia Lbs Jar ed,States Government longer any situated off the coast Anastasio Island! Sincethe loss of his wife and children, is 00000. No bonus will be required
weUcared for oter. They are as promise. is as follows; the contractors are busy seeking reasonable excuse for not intervening about 2i miles from the shore, and he has resided with his widowed sister, after this year, and for the price which

under the&ter would of their be if, cowttaptly .Dd that the House of Representatives for the means' to carry on the great to arrest the'destruction of life and pro about 3 wiles from the month of Matan- 'r. Mrs. 'II. P. Johnson, formerly postmistress a buyer pays for a pew, he holds it in

t. I bare of eye,a of owners.twt-lve a its members Q constituted under' work. The following clipping we f'nd perty; and, deemed necessary: to assist zas Inlet-about 9 or:10 miles from the of Leaven worth. He Isa lawyer! fee simple, subject to only an annual

a', car from grove the one In which the award of George F. Uoar, WilliamA. in the Vicksburg ; May 9th: pEriotkCubs in achieving its inde- Bar of St. Augustine. culture and considerable literary talent, assessment of six.per cent on the first
am ioterccted Wheeler l W. P. Frye and Samuel S.' Hea pendence, and securing a restoration of The captain moored hU vessel,just to but we belivehis connection with public valuation.
belongs two o Orange Lake. I Marshall!,'thall ra'l toitAout change Among the .on the steamer the public peace and prosperity. The the east: of the Spring. and putout 2 sffudrsmay",be summed up in -the S.iu Franciio, May 15.-Jas. Lick

resident of& laielet of tem except by death or reiiynaiionvl members .Great Republic, ..which' passed down different members of the,"family of nations'1 anchors, forming:> triangle, just to the statement tlmt,be'was once 'nominated has made a new trust:deed. It differs

tral ,Kesr 110ol 'bought oher a wild- until a new general election. yesterday. of morning, were, ;and Capt.James Col. James are under some moral obligations west. Thu lines attached' to those were by Mr .Lincoln as' minister to Greece, from that revoked in a few particular
York T. St.Luil to protect each other from and then made tb each otbtr.llu'ch '
anarchy cross a served a few .'ears'ln the the The donation for at the State
orange my present estimate And! hero I lathe wayth6Naon puts it: Andrews, Cu!. Andrews misrule. army;' at statuary
; A brotherhood of liltlw use
$ is that will tare11.SOO' l'ttbur I manner as to determine the center of tho close of the war made some reputationas Capitol of$250,000 Is changed to f 100OiX ,-
4 orange tel at an bearing cost of By the Iernis of the Wheeler Compromise is the let,' the, t'whom Capt EacU unable to, keep. the peace under,the Spring, and then made fast to hi* vessel.It a stump speaker in &an.a.add .Is ) for.statuary for, the City Hall here.

t original&Igt as, it Is called, the Republicans cntrt conetructing n parental roof Good'chiz ns are expected must not be supposod that all of. thu now understood at home to be tho. contributor The appropriation for the Key monument -
.3PW -not uiora prluuvmuncl sgreed that the House of Representatives portion of t"jetties at the mouth of die51ils1ssIppI to interfere to prevent strife and was done in ,a t twinkling. or with the of acceptable articles to several i is reduced from $150,000 to $60-
might be reconstructed as'togive blow New Orleans, and bloodshed on the streets their same cas'e that a land, lubher would
among Tahoe
what, in the of unutoa!disaster 1 prominent magizines and a strong Liberal 000. The $700.000 for the Lake
ablt"l any both he and Fda their
the Democrats the majority of a neighbors.: Tb1IaespeciaIIytruo,when stroll along the beach.: On the Uniyersity'bf
I the .will be contrary, If not a Democrat tJn; politics.. pDservatery is committed to the -
our ,
4 the day which yearsfnun I which they bad been deprived by the way to Southwest, Pass, bee, jetie such .conduct seriously InturrDt the we watched with serious apprehensions, Kansas" Paper California' for the same pu>
on an
xo *
.put action of the and on the-other, are to be constructed transaction wf business the movements of tbo
Intoju troops; .by te' crew in the boat pose. The donation to the Mechanics
had, the Democrats agreed not to ,imp : While the Republic was lying: here, Spain no pat.efullahabiant. -the: cutter we believe U called to
The, which' Is oficncrt m my Eads and Col. Andrews took the & -as Hans Christian Anderssen, the rhJldV -Art School I is raised from $300.000
wor arh Kellogg for any past offences. Cpt. a brutal arid Interminable she tossed and pitched like whale boat. raised
mind thinking of thn' 'enlarge- a "taleteller, as ho calls ..biwselfwdt.iato 540000. The gift,to his MO is
:There % no given,beyond JI"y, to explore the ledge of rock warfare on a of her Considerable time
I culture in Florida Is the ; a promise portion own people, was consumed in Whitelaw Reed, and acknowledgesthe to $150,000. and for himself he gives up
m'Dt'or orange There rich I this uteith.t side as' to the House of: along the river bank between the' landing at our doors, when this strife. results, in taking the aoundingsand filling bottles "Picturesque America" and the the lien of$25.000 annually aud takes a

; and'e operation.mm who fur are l' r"lntlve; i I and the National Cemetery. They vast damage 'to tbo peaceful inhabitDt with the water Irotn the .bottom of, the money, I1\ by tho children; which "were gross sum $500,000.. The estate becomes

men and poor those of both long classes orangegroves. can the understanding: and Its binding. I came with back which with a full supply well of specimens I of the United States.. Our government, Spring. We will endeavor to give, in sent him for a Christmas offering, but immediately available for beneficiary -
they.were *
L reach the end if will but nsturcMr.'Fryesald: pleased h'the'aane"'rh( to command the an imperfect manner however, somu or. which reached him later, and ''on his ptirposes. Mr< Lick will be one
they and it '
U probablu that
dCltr a large portion of herself the results of what will
wewitn.ssed.The .
himself and others
ba proved 70th birth tlay.Ve ''K' 'passage of the trustees ,
take .pains each other'out and By and'award the status of the stone used in the construction quote
agreement the
unable to secure, private citizenshould soundings,'just outside of tho 'basin from Mr. Andersmm'si touching letter: be announced shortly. Most of the
comb toagouduvderstanIIng. Let two your 2hhltur was it remain ns wo jetties wI bo taken'from the region of exercise, In putting an end, .to of the Spring-so to-speak-all i rejoice at this gifti the dearest that beneficiaries hive given their assent to
4 ur or more of the select left; h.vThe Democrats violate theIr this Eads, thinks Is
furer'd.s Capt there chronic brawls In front,of his dwelling around showed 9 .fathoms. Insidu the could be granted to me,,from the the new.arrangements, and ny duubt is
r their location and purchase their good faith and plighted honor In their plenty of stone to bo bad here but from '
office. '
or bUllne. -Washington Chronicle. basin a depth of 21 fathoms and 3 feet. country where I ata happy to have entertained as to the acquiescence
r r Jnnd.and tfwn say to one'of lb Jailer otlec ftganipt to change lL"f a haslY scrvey of th situation he was .. But we, were informed by tho Captain so many friends young and old. Now, those not yet beard (ruin.

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CITY Something About Cranes. Kev: W V -
pot Key Sea NOTICE.
The street in Snake Key.North-Key. Scale : and BtfCKY will pledge to scS OoiW-'c nHlimu'*Pnderwear - ,
sights and about Key
little _: _'
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S6&e Batidtsfc M thy' rbe .as others, are properly called Ccdnr Keys. Blankeuv Overcoais.Ooaka.Talma.Cover I \ "
may not quite' ANti FLORIDA
extensive as kts.Truks, Vafisea Silk and Far Haa.and STATES MAIL .
& Smith. of the firm of The Madison Recorder .
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jtf, GtO. those found in the larger cities of the savsi of other ankles "too numerous to mVnrioa at tvrjr Itm JOHN .
& 'Cd.,took firderr for learn that Mr. B. R. Drew, with one STEAM PACKET, CO. POSTOFFICt'DCPARTUE3TT "q
Korton North but in of If'" ''14If .
cmlih cases they will hand and one mule, cultivated a farm TORWARDUOL w.AId.dtS-,: ? ,. .t-'

tvOOO, trorth of their peculiar mercnan be found quite as interesting. Take for last year with following result: One .tvSiciL-prnuP MILPORD JiII1IIiiii Pi ayuMawffl be received at dw Casuist Office e* .f

; wbfle at tbe Kassau County Fair example the two graceful blue cranes hundred and 'twenty bushels 'of
11 that a pretty fair diy' work. promenading See twelve bales of cotton; seven barrels of a--t,Flodl ud aD Brass sad lri.pI COMMISSION MERCHANT ._ v._ 6ttt J.fi '. to uM -f.
our streets. how
t e Lo5o.bereasminths swe at fhd '
CeO. M.1sJust the nan to do sugar) sit .hundred bushels of sweet mtni*. TertMtsperqaartcrof M-Ieiaon*. -Apply ; ell depsilisna anils _
then closely they inspect every passer by as potatoes; tour stacks of fodder, and at Smith Norton&CV,Musk SttH or mddfes P. ,CATTAn LEO >OCEUWffl Li'A&aats : '',. L.<

h'thing. though they were considering whether grounds peas sufficient to fatten hogs, O.;Box 109 i_ s.. leave CharleMeet rsery Teenday evening and S**. ROCXRlAj. .1OVJSJ f3. GRAIN Service. 1873 to 18716931 *.. .'.. ;u.>
it which hun four every Wednesday for Femandina.JacksonviOe, From Jasper to..14.aad bark sno.ejawash.
were worth white to form his acquaintance yield thousand pounds BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS 'T--t, f ft1iiiHi >iiiH nl.; tQ
Burned to ..Death. liAr StGAXS. ftc. ., ... '
ofpork.. That mule drew well. '.'.,. .
notice putty \V01 nod of lumber dressed .
; with what eagerness, they a complfftc assortment RETURNING: Leave'JamrSatatdayat8aa ; -'

.On Friday last'M ."f r n tEI j was BO thrust th.r queer beaks into every bit Ocala has Bad a mysterious lynching and undressed,moulding,slini t*.etC,ai the Depot Leave Pahttka every Tfanday s'5. JacksonvQU Sole Agents far Florid*fcr A.tthaatiabysi Leave Ancnuabetartiar.eI..aJ; '". '

the explodon' of anjchobon affair Lumber yanL'OrdaS to be delivered at badlngf. every Friday morning to *uk the tide. Femandinanme Arrive .. .4.
burned by offruit to witi A-m".o-bI .AaI4. at Juiper by f a m. 'a:
-ctrtly they tuay find near the sidewalk. the Rivcf had,.etrrcUl atteniion. day arriving at Savannah aod Charleston ever* .Bead repaired lw&.bi .|mu.. .
np.ib'U' "*e died on' Batur- THE KiLLtso OF PETER 8.1riL-Oor Saturday, : .fThrongh i. f"jf
and then Address lotto J.: .1r1t.baMTDra..
observe ho# easily thty bills of ImSftg give to BkkUnerej.PhfadeipKia ttoeo r-lWIr7'.MiDI to Miceortk.t,a mBa and'back ,
town thrown into _.
11.o'c1oc She WM quite a state of .
evening about saunter onward with ,New York and other point AgeMtet t ,once a wtek.Ltnve -
vjber in her arms at the timei a quiet aristocratic excitement on Wednesday morning by METEOROLOGICAL RECORD. T e DictAOr wa connect with New York S_ BaOeVaMOsSetardayttltMr. .-!"
infant sort of dignity really hard to the ann 9.u.nf.'emt'nt tlm Peter Such, Observation taken at 7 A. M ... ..aad 9.. hip*every Saturday both at Savammk and Charles I UiZir. BAKER. Arrive M kUcooeokee by 4'm; .

the 'acddent and it was also badly describe. One would imagine, frcta who bad recently been'committed,to the daily,by_the Signal ,Senrtot U.S..Army" ,Ja, this'dry.' road ton. at CowMctioai Tocol.and*at also I'aaIka made with'Willi the steamers St J&ail far the ".TOLUSXA.. Arrive Leave Miccosakee Balky* Miltby SaamJay it at am.Boad S a.m; ,"iS i2l

kuned, bot It is likely to survive iti a glance at their: long graceful necks common jail of our county on 'a charge ? .f jf e." v.. t z f Upper St.John and the Ocklawaha river.ACXXT .. teosbed whhbid,fjao.staeo "

jf? rape (an account of which was given .1 p *. From Paupers to Pst'WsaIdngti.'ssMbsck.ontssweek 'ri.D.2.
lnJUnes.JOT. that natural l timidity was or should be in our issue of April 24th,). had been April f? i 6aSp. ?c 2 = | RAVENEL ft CO. Oarbstoo. Vaa Brunt ft Bro'.. Line Sa3ig Packets. J -a ,.1'9

their 2 1 12 LaJ BRAINARD & ROBINSON Savannah. Leave Freepon Satarday at I p-i .-,
Death of Mr. ,Heiser. prevailing trait: on the contrary, murdered in his cell the previous night. j I ; .t. I i.F.Iti.Ys.llao &SONYtr--dtna. FROM NEW YORK.twj A2TlVPMPO.aIWasbingta.b74.3apa> >

they are ready to do battle at moment -. ..An inquest Immediately held over i & I j. JEF KEYS& BKO Jacksonville. Lt Na WIllhi8ctoa Saiday as S 5 at j r,.,

fl> were a good deal surprised at' the with anything or anybody any they do I his body by a jur-y composed six white T. _- :9pm tpm 30.17 30 i6" 64"' "i 68: NE SE i'Freshoo Gentle 0.00 Oear Oe.rr.i K. J. ADAMS. Palatka.LR.BUkIN.S.AUgDa&ia.. .. .r,e Bay.Street.Jackovit><..FkttdA.Fme Arrive Bond at required Fieeport with by bid.tjo Sm.oSe p m,. '-f, .

death of this gentlemen of : and six colored men, and the verdict 68 calm dear so-st tf }
Wetl.fa.3O-5 64 ooo From *
Sdnt Mark Saint .
wdden not happen to ,fancy ;; when excited 'a M Hack dies* coats ami mncy neck went 1Dck. $ to Them fa. a} gmint
was that the dtt"elikd'Vas murdered la 38 SW Gentle 0.00 Fair '
had bad no intimation.fle i by pm303 sad back tare*times week from JmV tt to
those illness we shrill scream escapes them that may be :some person Or persons unkn wn.-. M 9P. 30.19' 69 60 S. Fresh ooo .Fair.IcazThtw.ia.ps3o N E1VYORKAND.FERNANDJINIA) > : '. ;' November t J. I87J ai from TlZa, ,j M 11176. -3.,rlf':
him fl63'SEFresh "
had.been acquainted with evericeeo heard the whole length of the street.. If Upon examination ot the body which H. apm 0." So 40 E Fresh 0.00 Fair W1UsoN.1t VTHITLOCK. I Law SarIIt Mark.. .. TharMay.

came bere to reside. and always desire was lying in the dang<-on, it .was discovered ** 9 p m 306g 64 E Gentle ojao Fair . to Thns.A.WiBsoa.nt I }ut'I _
they a nice, quiet, reeling1 place; that hill Ft- 7am3017 75 56 ,NE.LlMo.oo .Fair I ; ." : 1/ Ai'LlaiThs.'bydpa: ,: *
found ktm .' W***, amiab1 i gentlemen they slowly draw foot under head. was completely M S p. JOII 78'.46 NE Fresh '. Fair' I .kMiIl1I: I Leave at Saint' Mo.day.W---y4.a.
Ue leaves a large circle very .up one fractured exposing to view his bums 4. gpmjo 70" '71 NE Ufntk 0.00 Fair aad Friday at T am; r' .".-
ind s Christian. the body, and stand upon the other for which were, protruding, evidently Sat 7..m-99 -7190* EFresh o.ui bra STEAMSHIP UNE. GRAIN. FLOUR AND FEED Az'vessSa1ntM.uhsWp-*. : : .o .f-i
fur his loss.Heavy r pm 19.06 71 90 K Fresh o.j lire BOM repaired with lod,5oo.zLoyFrumlflaakabyWoijlaaidsoIwjs.s.
of friends greive hours at a time seeming to all appearance showing that the deed was executed by 9pm 19.71 71 90 ,NC Fresh 'oc6 Urn : "t 't9t '

JI' ax, hatchet or some other cleaving tool. Sun.. sans 9J4 73 90' NE Gentle' 0.13 more than with this 1'1
delighted extraordinary pms9tt 80 74 S Light cvoi Fair and back oace a week. "
Gale. and what I The only evidence lelt by the party who I. 9Pm59.RS 74' 81 E Geade 104 CT would MEAL CRACKED -
DINA. ;OctoberV.tt74. Arrive Iwta
committed_ unfortunate deed, was a 71 90 NW Fresh ooo Qy ; at by t*m;. .
The staraer Xorlk Point on her last avery uncomfortable position. If in apml9$4 It 58 NW Fresh eon Frevh Leave Iwia Satavday at t ,v *; .:;.; ;i.
a i stout rope secnreJy fastened around his NORTH POINT CORN, RYE MEAL GRAHAM Arrive u Pilatka .. .
\I p. '|-.4 17 76 NW Light 0.00 dear J. 7.. ., ,, '. --
trip to Kw York encountered the gale playful humor, which is sometimes I neck which goes to show that their first. Tues.7am 29 84 71 Si SW Fresh 0... Fair Opt. SMITH: Bond rejmred with .Jjoo. 'Ji't".

orthe 12th 13:h and Htb and for 72 the case they -will amuse themselves intention was to.hang him.Thejurywais Barometer cone cud lor temperature and ..oFIRST'NATIONA FLOUR.CRACKED WHEAT.&C. 1(07 From Saafbrd to Lake'J sMp.. U mfla* amt

'rigid in their ex LEO I back once a wed. : .:

boars fooght her way gallantly on her walking up slowly by the side of a amination. Not very only the keeper but all BANK SCROLL SAWING ft WOOD TURNING Leave Saafbrd. Saturday 8&'a. ", "",
Arrive t jetsop by in m f-t1.
it the Capt. ;
cow, *. The officers say was companion, pausing) for,a single instant, of- the prisoners were brought'before I "'TO ORDtX,' LnawL.keJapS.a.thyM3',at1 11; ;

worst storm they ever experienced at and then deliberately jumping over him them and subjected' to a close and search FLORIDA.JACKSONVILLE.. CAN ACCOMMODATE fclFTV :FIRSTi Arriv Bo.dTecubtIdwltbbiLs3o.at Sanford by 7 p m. .: "

this time of the year. She was delayed a compliment that is promply returnedIn ing examination, but they could give no CLASS PASSENGERS. : Wood Sawed, Split, and'DdiYend' Fiam Pen--by Town PO!.a)..LT
clue the their 6'1
to number
trod& by the ga1e. like manner a second afterwards In the absence%party or of the Sheriff his store Tie eel; Xftirn+l Bank tm efmttbm I'M tkt Slate. These steamer sail from New'yodtPia.;Nona i by Cord ot Load.. LeavcP.JMu.dayaz6amArriveas.43 miJca u4 back.-a.7.,

Ar by the other.. Whether this ,U 'considered was broken into aud the jail keys taken Riverevery Thursday,and from Fcmandina RsHcoad Mary Either Taesday at 9 a aLesvslJariE.theracstdaybyzoais :' ;.'' 's
Exchange on Savannah and New York sold,and Ex Wharf every *.*Block.lay &.opposite vm M2 and What ; ,.. .
The Circulating Library.If ) a mere professional courtesy is an possession of and the entrance to the change on all Northern point bought,* Arrive at Pensaeola next day by i p m -. Jt1'

jail( was thereby effected. lie i* now WEDNESDAY.MOTGOMERY 'ACKSONYlLU.FU.T. Bond I'IIpSsd wkh bd36ois. .. -.-,
question. AT CURRENT RATES. -
i il establishment In this upen .
there any using his utmost diligence to lerret out ; )Titv .. ts-M A.WVITLOCV For taws relating to the posteR service.Wan *pro- {::>
city which has been productive. more These cranes are quite easily domesticated the perp trators of the offence, b'ut up DIRECTORS AffD.STOCK7mLDERS:' puss!. bond and cmlacate. and for ims-actioo..aaetconditions .' '
to be embraced ia the contract,see advstemeoftbisdaitinp.mpidmtLa'i.sob.Losadaa..43-
general satisfaction to the entire com : and make themselves) perfectlyat to this time he has been unable to discover "-, Jftme.IOHH Capt. r rAIRCLOTH ,'

mnnity than Messrs. Carruth & Kel- home wherever they ,may chance tobe. any clue to it whatever.-Banner. Hon. F. E. nmlV..A CLUE McLtAjr.Esq.ti}., WM leave New.York on ,the ijth and.Fcnandma HHHE JACKSONVILLESALE the Assistant termini Postmaster of each routcror General.by add esiac the Second. : u.'t

well selected library we are at a Sometimes they seem really inspired EARLY VEGETABLES. the early PHILO' REMIKCTOK. Eq. C.A. FAIRCII.Laq.., on the 1IIhF Bid should be sent ia sealed envelopes*npencriWMail ..
logg's SAM J. Raltl\llGTOlI, Eaq. DAMOX GUXHICAT EM) freight or apply to AND LIVERYSTA.BLES proposal.State or'0S4' ."
with what Sut shipment vegetables we think Marion W. C.SQvans, i W.M. UOSTWICK:, Esq. passage
lo& to name it. The books are adruiraUj Lovegood. was Iq., dressed to the Second Assistant Postmaster General::,'
call cusscd- county is in the van of all,others. Other September a6,1874. x4->7 HEUUGELPCKE." Agent Washingtca.D C. MARSHALL Jk-WElX. : .
wont to -'natural
selected, terms of subscription very a spirit counties may bras of what they'can do. S WUhiaisii.Ncw York.P. 4io Postmaster Geaenf. ;' .

reasonable, and the awount of enjoy ness." We have seen one'of them but what they hate dontt,and ore doing, McQUAlD. Agent ._rA '

derived therefrom really incalcuUble. deliberately walk across the street to a according to the mso-linted accounts NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Pow Block Bay St..Jacksanvule.. Blaalets aad Coverlets of every siae and qnaDrva*' ;. >
nent BUCKY S, ;.
it 4jow and spot ,where children were playing marbles which ate being made in various pa|>er* Or W. J. WOODWARD. C E. McCLINNY.'Paorinna.. _-SJ_ .'] "' ,
Sac-cess to ever.Prut -
throughout the Stateare still behind us LL1GATOR STEAM.SAW AND Representing CHATER & KING.Agents, ot.i: .

21rf inst. and coolly kick every marble out in this line agriculture' A3 :early a* .TV: PLANING MILLS. ,: 10.10 sw if Femandina. Florida. '- HOTELS AND BOARDINQ HDUR;. ';.:!

-_paSteam. of the 'V4)- in every direction. and then, the middle of April Mr. A. L. Eih- Has COD5l.Ua.I), on hand aad fur sale at lew builders pikesrough Notice Is given to ihepuUic'that I haft ptrdIual -_- -" .Io r
I lumber in dimensions suit :
cut to
Ferry. as he quietly walked away, screech out 1 berger one of the mot thoroughly Pianed lumber of every grade and description i. quantities RAILROADS. the the well-known ME-1KOPOLITAN HARTRIDGE HOTEL STABLES and have opposite hand MANSION HOUSE.. .: ,;: l
on .
loud enough to disturb the whole neigh-: energetic men:In the State made n shipment to suit customers. Turned work of every udall : i

Gov. Reed has secured the handy lit- inrhooj around. as though he felt he had of cucumbers and tomatoes lieshippt'd Lath.descriptions.Mouldings and Scroll ail work other of wood any pattern.material required Palings TACKSONVILJ PE.1toiSACOJA.ArUJ A VERY.LARGE STOCK OF HORSES AND PORT ROYAL. Si C.;': I,

and will have her Irish' and tur buQlirg and furnishing Satisfaction in Mt1LISFOItSALE. h.
ile steam yacht Daisy, potatoes .snap-beans : purposes. .
done a very smart thing and wished nearly all through the winter. On the 'workmanship and material guaranteed. Can bcWrcpurchasi J MOBILE RAILROAD, .-> The NEW CITY.situate oa the South Adantk cc C'vv-. '
run u a ferry boat between the city and elsewhere send fur price St.ALEXANDER Those.desiring to purchase wilt find it to ther advantage andattbetermmnasofthsPunkoysRaflrosd. The the other side. everybody else to agree with him. 3d of May he shippedtwo crates of cucumbers WALLACE. GawrmAL ScTmaurrmnonrr's Orrtcf.TALLAHASSO .\ to examine this usasnairy Urge and attractive great,desideratum.so"loaf required there maow de-',' ;

the various points on -- .---. two. crate ,of tomatoes, twocrates .-' December 19. 174.jOn stock adapted to all uses. 1 am aLe receiving.A .'tcafny is1h1tlofAngast. ii i
The will leave the city for Arlington and after SUNDAY. DEC. 1874. 1 auenger die Soperiateadeat aadersigaed.
Duiy of and 'four barrels of ..
*nap-l cans
In 3 ort. trains on thu rood will run as follows: COMPLETE OUTFIT or: m 'a. .sd inaL h.'''tlft
at 7 and 11 0'c1 ck a. in., and 4 Irish potatoes. On the 10U of May be S waiopcnibc' .. '.
-flt -
DAY PASSENGER, Daily Sundays cxcepted.
; Point -Tb. RocLavcay has averasred nearly shipped one, hundred anil twenty-five Steam Yacht DAISY win until further notice,
and for at
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run between Jacksonville and the South Side of the L.M. BUGGIES PHAETONS AND .
me excqr&ioti a day lately, and still the dozens ol cars of corn, three crates of Leave Jackvmville_ ,Leave Say nnah.._ Leo : NISHLD :..
9 a m., and 1 aud 6 p. m. Returning river,a* fbiivws: leave the city fur Arlington at 7 and .. 7.40 -
end is not cucumbers and two barrels of potatoes, it o'clock ".m.,and 4 o'clock p. m.j and lor Pn&ips* Baldwin_ 8.y\ ; Chaitahouchee 6.50 OTHER CARRIAGES, "'" :'
will leave Arlington at 8 and 12 a. m yet. and on next Saturday he will ship three Point at a a. m.,and i and 6 p. m. Returning,win ** Lake Otyio.o.. W. uhicy-f--.. .) I ,. ,:.-

and 5 o'clock p. m; leave Philips' Point -Tb.re hive been an unusually large hundred dozen ears of corn' and. other. :leave.. ArHrctan fh Lp*' Point at 8 and at so i* a.o'clock a.. and a.m.$o'clock,and t p.andy m ; Live Oak......P.li 35, "Ia1bhassccola P. .. of the bust styles. a i For private and traneieat boarder c&Iaulj,> 1

at 10 o'clock a. in., and 2 and 7 p. m. number schooners in port during the vegetables in proportion.) ; p. m., touchiug at Reeds Landing nd all other "" T..lb.6.30 Madison._ ,.z 5 ** 'LhreOak t.Iam-_...._.. .,25 FOR LIVERY 'SERVICE I amuty. from pan experienced she will aealmnly V2 ) :;
consult 'JIImIJS
and wharves between the aLoe points both ways. .. 4.30 the comdrtof aU who may psiagaim and at
We visited Iris List
WUl touch at Reed's Landing and all past week. They bring in most cases, pillce Sunday The DAISY win ajs-J be for charter for moonlight Quincy_ 5.zof ." Lake City- 6.00 the most favorahlev -* i .)'''1'-;
wn feasted .on'jipel..cantclo s..l any .Sunday MOmiau,at reumufcU rats. Arrive C fl tnti hnochcc g.oJ Baldwin_,....-... Lie :,which wQl be finished ANNIE BBSSaV-Vrtr-i'-
ttluT wharves between the above points full cargoes ot merchandize for this city county in the State can beat this, let 5 s6 i ml. AUBURN ERWIN. Savannah.... .tjAricJa. sosavilc_9.13 Dated March. '.1'7S0 34rfJ1. *-. .

tali .. s. and'thc interior.Mr. them step to the front and speak out.- Pa5ICftCeI'S can go through to St. Marks Mondays. AT THE SHORTEST NOTICE. t 1"

J .. pROPOSALS FOR DREDGING. Wednesdays Fridayand return.TJIa6II."bus,, FiDe Cassimere Shirts,stylish aad durable,at 15gy45t*'t
Ocala Banner.
: and the
.. Joseph Hernandez, a youngxnau'lately days and lIlrdarl. on .. ..tib .
Strwberry Festival. in the employ of Mr. Dobrins U s. l nroa'.Ornci; 38 Ckorch street.Np.IUI. NIGHT EXPRESS.Daily. MOST 'REA o.oXABLE TERMS. "
Philadelphia. May 17.-The' J jury in ALA..May '..1875Sealed R IDDELL HOUSE, I
The pleasant entertainment devisedby ,gunsmith has opened a shop of proposals in duplicate for dredging 16.000 F. M. P. .. .7ri:
the (;Jcrd'-mann case came into court at cubic yards more or less, the bar at the month Leave Jacksonville.- Leave SavannaK..._ 4.00 .uiq
the ladies of the Ocean street Presbyterian bit own in the wooden building on Bay 12 o'clock and stat -d that they could nut otiS haibur Cedar key.and in- between ** IUIdwin._. 553f. ._ A-.M. .)Ir. G. M. KR1TTAIN m my antaorised Agent FERjf. ANDINA, ILL .:.:;:' I
the bar and Cedar Key. Fla.,will be received at this Lake Oiy._ 8.33 Live Oak..._ 3x10 and Manager and will always be found at the Stables t
Church hick took place on List street opposite Mitchell's brick building. agree and were discharged. This is a office until i* o'clock,M.Saturday Jane 16. 1875 and Arrive Live Oak__ 10.110A. MLake Oty_ 4-33 ready to attend to aU business appertaining to the es- SAMUEL T. R1DDELL

cnulitableaffair. case of a late Catholic priest, who married opened immediately thereafter. ; MUaldwtn._ 7.43 tablaJunent. I.. B. Met UNSY.Scpc.16. Pi.onIltTd'o
Friday cr Inj was a ._
vi-iy -Thusc of our girdeners who un lerfttaud and was indicted for the embezzlement ) A guarantee will be required, that..othlJJ ,tcn days ** Savanaah..... 1. IArrie Jacksonville.. 9.10 1872. ii-aitf I
Qii a handbotue sum was after notification of the award of the contract. contract : ap drive ot ctshteew isles ear Ox fieksl ggt
: the secret of producing early and of funds. shall be entered into. NOTK.-A Special Train will leave Tallahassee A tfagttf) Pr iTiS_ ,
ali-V:which 'nl..bc.ulf'd. in the purchase well grow'Q vegetables rccejy- Printed blank form of proposals and guarantee nrdayc at 3.40 p. m..arrivingat Live Oak 9.35 p. m.. Gentlemen''*underwear at BUCKt I r-Re&tahiaesea _...._ *. '*' B.4; !
arenow. 15. Oat of
Toronto .Ontario May -- 6catioa1.iMtructions to bidders, and desired connecting with Savannah Train. Retnmin. leave :
ape any .a
of new singing books lor the San- : lug good returns from their commission thirty or fo'rty Election, trials' that have information,can be.had on application to this office. Live Oak 3*.m,,arriving at Tallahassee at 8.,.m. ASON1C. OPEN SUMMER AND" *. :o.p I

day school. We think that Impromptu taken place throughout Ontario nearly A. N. DAMRELU ROBERT WAIXELReceiver M BOAXDf 't-1--: 1 ,
merchant 364 w. CapC Eenginecrs,U,S..A. .
5 and Gent SUJIt.T. ;rd
meruiiirucnts like this always yield a. all sitting members of both |.oIUiral par .C.SPOONEK.Mastcr Tiansponatioa., '-* SOLOMON LODGE; NO. 20. Friday. 'S ;.
Per week- .
-The of tsasoss.s.S.t.f.c'.y
distinguished ourS.iuiuershould :
guests ties have ijeenunseateil._ About,twenty- J5T' 02 -. J
larger share of satisfaction t4 Uw : Regular meetings Lest and 'third Wednesdays fat ,
guea3fldf ai-utr with fimiUrr
ana ;
U.nicl" be well pleasedwith five or thirty of their triah are yet to. I- 1ft E i' 'RAIL1 cd.-dl. fi-
00' Fine Every accommoctaaga
c & w. T. *
c. ;. cp.'s .
nrcdt to the beneficiaries .
profit F-I _
greater A. _
: the reception accorded them by our take place. ._ ,';' : CEO. WrJO :..W. M.CH ,.
than those involving a greater _- -. it AS. C.ELLIOTT, Secretary.Balmorals. -m
citizens. Though informal it was numerous nOMFERNANDIN r&naB--eissoits, nt B1XT. :
amount of labor and TO THE PUBLIC. ,.. _
corres- -
expense for all desired : ,'. : TO CEDAR KEYS .Bustles aW CTiignon,ai BUCKY/S. : -----d
enough ta gratify- we .g '
llOodi :. lc: of furmaIit.f.I I On and after the otb ian,ad paper and periodicals -- HOUSE, :; .
to sej such mighty ..warrior (bn'ieriy supplied by E. B. Kellogg will be supplied by .cntxc- xxmi.Aajtmt. BENNETr

-Whc writing in article for the prai, Ptflip Walter; two door west of the Po Office- ::16)0 ,ie. .AAJl1VII.-"w. ,, & T., SWAIM-, PORT, ORANGE 'FtAa

A New Litecaiy Society. Contracts subscription made"Lb uiid Ktflort will Fernandia.. m___4 4$ .a. m__ 4 45 ,
Whether C
pre or.croej1w cry said Walter until further notice.. i '.' '. ..: cs.r > Callahan. 6 *5- 6 y\. 6 *5- 6 30 PRACTICAL JEWELLER MRS. BIKNETT ft MRS. DOBBINS.. W
be completed by By
A few individual desirous of providing Ta utter your thiu'hu U the fewest word, .Q. Baldwin ... 7 40. 9 oo..... 7 40 9 ooStarkr .
E. B. KELLOGG.News Aeent.TWENIYHVE ;; IH' '. ..... i6.._ And late with J.I. Holland ha -
And let diem be eri-p and dry- I z- t.-1 : 10 56-11 10 10 31 \TCBMAKER. This_house i .ft f .
a rational) and instructive means ofscit1 r." .1 Gainesville_. .11 50__.. 1 06....u 5&.....t* 03t taken'a window in WALTER'S UGAR STORE *now ready '_
enjoymvet have associated them" Ami .tea It ic fiaUhed. and yoo coppoce. ; OLD PIANOS WANTED .. ', Ardt-ero-._ o. *7_>_. S oo__.I 05 two door west alike Post-offtfr.where he b pupated comfortably CuraUted thna Is hoat.. and wiQ 1 h capable be eI t.,<;?- .
cemmodanng paimr spared
It;d ejtioly.br JT>., with Mock of tools and material to do kind 14 guests
oe r." Ijrvnio 3OS3nZ3J1'39r a good any "
NorroM& Co' table
fat SMITH, -R- inifarini iai
in exchange new ones,at make Hie i j ttr potmas i .r
stlres togather tinder the Dane the ,'Just Jook It over again and thcaB '' '. ". '' ;r .- cSST KC"s_.5, J3--p.m__ 3. 33._ p.m.AMIVK. of work ia his.fine. > : :' .
1 i : tr ; 161oJ TlescBmner *>
Fteida Association. Their object em- jil u down. ; I 'CALL T .- ,". .c .'. GO ausTa : Extra Fine Mounting.Florida'. .,

= 0' .''I AVB.' AJUUT SaLTS ELIZA B K N7C E' T. -
braces T J.;
readings recitations essays, lecture Encyclopedia says: Smith.. Norton&Co..and see &he1r'60 Organs. CeJat- Keys.., a.m__ I 5-- a. -SO JO Curiosities .

and "If the caUiru! America were -tait 't" -_........T-13.'." 50..1I 5-u 31' .wharf dtsonvaSefcr.Port I'
*, conversation. The organization resources ______ U I la int watches thoroagVy Adpdy will leave ,J* -,-;
specialty. caietafly. *
.Anbcru iII
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rTl JS-12 10G.oIac"Ucn sale once lit two weeks.aoaxCng panic pleasant and ;
was completed I last Thursday evening fully developed it would ,nfford sustenance PENS PENS. I -- -X.; 1.'U, : --'. 14- 57.o.Sarkc. repaired. safe tcilhto fee Macatag that pUee.. ComfatmhM U
.INKINK" ,, ,. lZ2 = _-. ._ 2 3-- 3 02.J ap...... 3 34R.ildwin. N..;If it's worth doing at aU hf*worth doing weB. CabiaAccommpdatioaeForpwticalarsapply a%,, ; >
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and wc arc pleased to announce to 3,600,000,000 Inhabitants, a Pencils' Pen.Holders; Pencil*. at Smith, Norton .__. 4 50-5 ..S'CI__ S 13Caibkan DOBBIirs' CUJ SliOf/''' ** "I.
the J6r rJ'.2 f'V r .__. 6 35- 6 a- 6 3S64S .s3iJ aqsjo.- Comer :lb' .,
that it starts off with indication of number nearly five times as great as &Ccii. 5 I' tt I 'udHopamJ
every __ r." .c. __ 4)-p. is.p I 40po. aI. 'a.IDI n21 "papA in 'lIavrUDJ.YA\ 43-Due sad ilcr lI..ol-i. '
a vital force calculated to Insure a long entire mass of human beings now existing I I. .- : c CONNECTIONS.At the*cbeoner will be given ia the paver.Talma .at.\I.,. -
THE PARENTS; _' _, I :1., w.th -liaM3f'lY3LLDVIJ -_-_" 0
0'- FERNANDINA. Steamer Ory Point froch.irctot :
life and on the globe and what is even .
usefulness.The of
Of aU weD regulated Cunilies purchase their groceries -. '
-- ; aDd SLnaeah.WOIIda'l at 4 a.m.steamer -
officers for the coming Are more surprising, it is improbable Rich, Folk's Dock.Bay street. ioi tf .t0". Dictator froin Charleston and Savannah Thursdays at 'WIVAVS *S. ,L *and Peeden Jacket at KJCXY. : H'ni
year O c-.I 4 a. m. r Whh steamer Lizzie Baker from Savannah,. ; -, .
President Hon. 1 M. Band all;. VioePrtaMent that thIs prodigious population ,will be WANTED ; : : ;Brunswick and St..Mary'. Mondays at 6 a.m; lor ,&; PSON'in' 1 "
J' en 1 thc,e points oa Friday at 8 a.m. : Dra and Undershirt: cheap at BUCK Y"S. KOBERSON
Prof. M.:T. SwJmj; Sccre- .in existence within three or four centn- Sx food, active white boys. Apply' to(he,undersigned 1iI1iiI1' a--t ,.t.C. At BALDWIN with J1,P.& .. R.R.from Tack its .very. t ..,'... ; -

trj.Dr. Neil Mitchell Treasurer E. riesV This being the case, we advise East Jaoksont, next.doer to F. Ca:' sunville at 4:07 p. .j JacJuoaviHe at g'jat a-m.At : Have opened a ant-das z::
; GAINESVILLE,wuh -Iy stage line Los'. SALE. .
Q. Norton; Executivei Cotnmitt- lIon. every one to secure* a ho homestead in -co' W..A, YOUNG .... : Tampa i with.stapli for Newnaasvule. Tuesday.. FOR. SHAVING SALOON., = ._ .: ..

A.A. Knight Gco. ,'.&hnabe1 and Eioridabefore the State becomes over tSTPOSTOFFICE:' andFiidayc. o. "-.A lolf interest m_of the nod Ionriabing and JII' corner ./Bay and'Pme itreeni.where att tne aiodcrwnppBancen '.
At CEDAR KEYS.with steamer to and from New ,. ductive wJcd by the best.in the cou uy a.-
E.Q. Norton. Cr wded.' MORE NEW AND BEAUT1FULSHEET. ;, Orleans, every Saturday. With steamers from Key ORANGE GROVES big Ia& They also finish a,aAhonr* 1. ,

". 'Messrs. Smith,Norton & Co..seem' determined *o .NOTICE West and Tampa.Fridays: from these places.Than. ...tJ __
days With Steamer Cool from Tamn.Sunday:tat la East Florida. For wirtfcahu*apply at ibis office, : ROT AND LD'J'ILie\ .': .
The State Prisoners State News. keep.up.with aloe &i.50.&r'u.'I.Nu, ARRIVAL AND"DEPARTURE oi mus. Tampa. Mondays With Steamer Waweaock,from' r'j mI ."
diM may'oe"concerned and have just received at their -.Fridays; forSawaaare., TItGdaJ1. :. Ticket*-addiair the i icJ,&a.ntia saiI.4it :
On Friday morning the tram brbnght The Cedar Keys Journal says: Magnolia elegant store In MitchcB block on Bay Street* w.fi CL0S D. E. MAXWELL. far$1.00; eight shaves,hair cnttin*; and .11.,v.-
the new station ou the A. G. & W. Northern and Western;daHy. goo Ai M: 3:30 P. M. 5-13 Superintendent. I I USA.U.ouas AT AVAJOtA PUCBS.WHOU3A1X .I .. ,
magnificent stock of fine mil a11C1Dai,recently published -a'B
among other the Femandina and Florida Railroad J ;
passengers, prisoners JT. &>. B. 1U 18 miles from Cedar ,
fail to'elicit the admiration of A. M. .. '
fur .that cannot every daily -- 9:00 3r3oF.. : and Ladies' Compa_atJn.'tXY'S.\
whom the old fort at St. Augustine Keys bids lair to become a point of considerable Uly pertinaer upon the piaoo-forte in this city. Saint Augustine and Palatkn FLORIDA PHOTOGRAPH U..ROBINSON \ :
Las been I ic is -, tC dailyixinday*excepted. 4:00 P.' 1:00"" :THE i &&nAIL .
pot in readiness.-the Indians importance very soon, as j-i West.arrive Monday .:t 't ,
Key *every
who participated ; of : in, the heart of .,the Gulf hammock. ___ __ 9:00""M. &lID -. DRUGGIST AFREE.IicME.lwai..tiotintheatw.w.t :)
W vegetables will be closes Monday and .' .
Large shipments every -4
*grant border outrages in our Western I made from there this season by Messrs. .1 after mj homestead with/if dcsimt two,three or "l1wnda3'30.r.M.OOA.M.. FERROTYPE. "GALLERY Y,. HoegBlock., Bay"Sc.JACKSONVILLE .
(iur xcres adjoining land.the,whole now set with the Enterprise. MelonviUc. Hali. .. 'FLORIDA ROSEWOOD .: t.
territories. In all there 73 souls II and IS. A. Coachman. ,
were W. Batty las and Indian river arrives BLOCK. BAT Sum ja.ssoimz.az. .
best seedQngoranges,the only reason for selling being Tucsuay.Thursday and Saturday :: ;"' .tit
-70 warriors, two squaws and a girl A remarkable incident happened on a pecuniary inability to improve the place as U deserrcs.Furty __ ._ 4:00P.M.. I a3os7DinG rnaauupuom A SPKIALTT.Beaotinil To nay one who. WIn improve. U. ..;. ,
branch of
&bout IS old daughter of one of Atscna Otie, one day last week. Mm. fifty of the trecswjll undoubtedly bear Enterprise Melonville. Halt < I* the only place m the State where every : ",
years or orange + fax and Indian river vail. '. ; ,'. i, the Art i*Success&Hy Conducted. Open lot'business GOOD GOVERlID D:: .iLti.
the chief They had the usual dirty-look Crevasse and elderly lady. while in her 1 ia doe coming wnson. The whole place offers the best leaves on Monday.Wednes*. _',." r. from.10 A.M.?untU$P.U. Silk'
variety of color BUCKTS.
Scarfs in
bird of fint-dasi > > ,at Call be entered wfahI WI aSs.l At depot and"
palor. had a beautiful a deep chance ia ,the ricinUy of Jacksonville tot a day and Friday : a
familiar to every frontiersman, but > Fort George and Mayport J A. G. GRANT will attend to the taking of aU '
blot color and the fciie of a pigeon to hotel with spacious grounds or brde of friends w'
1 arrives nesday and 'nday con P.M. Photograph nntiT fct/ther notice Out-door Photo- STATE LAND. .
were all stalwart fellows, with a large light on her right shoulder, and peck who wish to live In vicinity,as the ground will easily leave Wednesday and Sat graph orders attended to as usual,on due notice lid.pftL CARRIAGE SHOP. ;

reserve of btent deviltry. There were heron the ear.. Jt rather frightened Mrs.C. adcilt or'sub-division Into three or four private restdeaces. arday__.'.. _. 1:00. M- 5 3 tf. Bangkaissperacte.S ', ,-fsIt

representaiivefl and sho bi ashed it off, but it appeared .U a wholesome and every waydrdrabU!locality. St. Nicholas_- ____ iox A..... 10:00"" GEORGE L LEA.CARRIA to believed that no government bad oca.be faaw4. ,r, -
from the Camancbesow S. S. ADAMS. OFFICE HOURS. BUCKY takes. the lead in the latest styles of.Silk and in the Sofa so accenvble. -- -- > -
and of the "
--- Arapaho.,and heyen eL. Asa in bo perfectly tame,it and one it in .'The post-office will be open daily Sunday excepted ,Fur Hats. it-ytf E MAKER, Apply to soe nt the WA YERLY HOUSE,or V3res
Misses Crevasse picked up put SOLON ROBINSON.In .
frontS.wto6or.a. *at ROSEWOOD.LEVY COUNTY.C.B.DIBELX. -'. 'iI
whole, they were not a bad looking a cage, and kept it for several days hut bi* address delivered-at'the late-meeting tithe The office will be opea oa Sunday" from is to 1:30 AT BUILDING.A. '. COR.WASHINGTON AND ADAMS STREETS -

-t--for Indians. The party were in failing to discover any thing it would Florida Fruit Growers'Association say: lUtlu4m ., o'clnck.The general. au and box octrvcrie- wBlbe open atH' J30 JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA JackMavOle.Jsmssry a(.1875, '.JI..as.q'p .

charge of Lt.Tratti 'of the 40th U. S. eau she turn d it loose. We Jraro from luib/i drails. ll'.. it' m+t tJy 1M Jen', rimes during the regular boors except'wbca. the mails .G. aiAPPELL. '
; friend that of bid ab iferbig SUttt Grt+iIfttt received are being distributed; r Win bund first-cbss styI'Carriage, Jkcia aMUch&Wapa. :
Cavahji) who has Escorted them from a species let tit frrifr tfV tftJu fShs BAY STREET near the Cable Crossing. Very ttytMtttdfes, Baa. at BUCKTS. 'y .
to the description is 'rrry common betweert ." The prcceedig of the Fruit Qrowen? Auo MONEY ORDER OFFICE. JACKSONYILLE'FLA.YACHTS :

the far West to the extreme South. We here and Cuba, and the supposition elation are now bdug pobliahed the FlorUU.>4fremtmritt. > The money order office win be opea from, A..M.to .. Repairing. neatly done. Come and see ywetk.Pstca1eih1rt.a.aicetBacky LUMBER YARD. '. )15 '

doubt -if this was fhiised by some Copic Jot sale at the cOce,Ocean street, u jo p.M.and front 3 to 4 r. at. WHITEHALL te-aijat. DEPOT _
a more complete punishment is. poe Money orders are Issued at this office payable In any AND. .-} 'to\
could have other blrd.-C4arLeyi Jots rnai. two door. *from Bay. Address part of the United States, and lso orders payable .. .
been meted out to these CONTRACTORS BUILDERS*'
Great Brfuro twiaerland and Germany
Ca A*. H WALTOM&Co.,JacksonvtUe,FbxS BOATS, .
-avtges than the them too The Cedar Keyt Journal gives the The fc>no.iaK are thif rue commission ,
transporting : ;
names of the group Ulauds won posing I *3_ .nd 10 cents for a sped men ccpy. ioansnc. nDm.On Built to order .b'I.
great a distance from their :
: the Cedar Keys, as furnish by an' old I ", order ant exceeding, o.s cents- STEA-M YACHTS
ground*. When they return,. we hope' resident "The Island on ,which fir situated -: ONLY CALL Over it as other have done and.be coov1nceJ that Cheaper Over fao and not exceeding Sja, 15 cefcts.' With the most approved machiaerr. WU build el ." AND UNDRESSED LUUBER
tuay be with. disposition to respect the ... depot, is called Way Key. Over$0 aad exceeding(40 so cents. any size.iroMts to*oo feet Cafland getmyprwe AND VEGETABLES DRESSED
of ttargaln can be obtained and with 1'IIItJo"ct. Over aad exceeding s ceK. FRUIT' MOULDINGS AND SAWED .rjPINESHINGLES
their Grva&Father's command.The from its having been the location $40 not o. j j: YACHT >
the U. S. Marine Railway I daring Polite and attentive salomcn to watt upon every one, I'OIIUGllIIOIf1IY ouiatv.On NEW 'ai-FOOT MAGNOLIA MARKET.- I' .... : .

; great and smaD. ,at Tiw C"AT SOCTKCSM BAIAAK. ordei*not exceeding Jjo,*]ccnts.- OTiak.TjuJwa'tmderwear.tobeobtainedatCUCKY. ,td .
the Indian war the Dame of the fl' market *. I -
; ''. Over Jie and not exceeding f*>.jo cent*. tames soFpCed at Rgvlar rate CHF-VP FOR CASH AT
Postmoster General has closed town on this Key' U Cedar Key: Over f so and not exceeding 130, 75 cents. : .

a contract; with Capt. James McKay the name of Key on which is BitcatedFabeVs BUY BOOTS WITH Over$0 and not exceeding$40, $1.00. Abo he suB keeps THE I -ro'r LUMBERlnVckyaa4KiBilT, Y. ;
A. :. Pz1aYAi.s stamp upon them. Thy. are sups- Over>40 and not exceeding fsa.friS.J..Al -
Sr-i o'l Tampa, for; the carriage of a cedar mill Depot Key given Ii to aD. ojitfSTUPENPOUS >AM&PetavutcrJacksoavtHc.May :'T-\' r. j J llNsoXIlmzczorirnzs A STALL.IN THE OLD MARKET, t-W..aS pasts :.

U by the U. S. officers in Indian war, 1 l.i>75- dow4owR sad aa lit baflvis oa.si"t. as low'ci mo., ..AttojIQinS -. ;
weekly mail For nccommodaUom rastumctvIt
bj .steamer from Cedar .
from us the depot of supplies fur; SACRinCESDafly ," ti I "
being MltchcD- mABng. $
nis office
HM'd to
: i1tsL '
home. 7r bee and
Per Day" wiQ PAY to. BM.47 ,
see ,
Keys to Tampa Pnnta. Eassa, Manatee. (I a part of tha army; the name of the ,:hourly and:momentarily tfbpcW of at the 'P5 to'ap20: .AddiistG.Sia.uu.&Co north side of Bay the Mreet.Post Office.between Ncwnen and t-t Market Id 'y II[:, E.WILCOX 7ed..Irs..tt.1.'6sS. < -

&ac1 E" 'Ve6t. town on this Key, Atsena Otle. Dor' I 1..411 Gait Soevwu R"-r. Poniand.MabW.. early opposite



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W Tbo TichborDitRomaDH:.l".7._ -:j efconteinpiation.ThyJase.CI"IJWl'.rt.lt) : G." :..vecti ofth' : .-whiclj! unhappily;)isjiptja)ways,the 'JflA.. ,S.Af I'N::(: .: 'B"A' .'W;., :;tl r"_,: : J.H._ NORTON-J, Attorney al Law< .and,.'.Notary,:?;'-Public.NORTON.. .K :.' .-{\'JLH.XOOU1t P ; 1 T', -

; extended itself in. case-his promises are tjjunctuallytept. . .. "' I' ( ",.< :\ *,' I., .*, ., ''-.1. !: '. I 1' '" "
: flower under.its i.r.1 : '
seem > : "
i ii 16
Recent England ) ;* : : ; :: ,, ; :
famous ience to a vast plain'fHeslehfs oflfs k 'A'school-master 'i riot 'god- \__ : rj.-AND: : REAL -ESTATE ,EXCHANGED ; : : .&; ..KCTOKERwaBAL .:
that tpihe. .
i- promise tbe/.scquel : I became ess" who teaches'arixhroetici reading, 'P''O'C r. r. r.., ,. '. '. : l'J.r .. ; : ', ,
slender leaves tp'okiof so ,. ,j : !; : : i j 4 i'
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4. Tichbdrne'fcafctf'will t. b :quite' as remarliabicana cedafs"the "tli'r ads in and" jhrTJihcr branches accurately 1r. n.. ,[IrcorportedJolp6ib,.1874,1 v. : ,. .: ; .:. > D' : :
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many stately ; --- -' '- : ; i .
*ntnig< 'as 'were the r--: :: ; : .: j- .:. : < ,'
3he"!middle seemed colifmns of massy and jdeils.wltlr.his pupils in a ftuthfu1ndkidliit1 : -". .. ESTATE
( of its trhl1i : LOVERlbGE'S.BUlLbiNGi.dCkANSTREEfr ; ,
; : many arir\ng-incidents\ ; their i I v r '. 'I'. ,-:,",- .. ': 'OFFICE, IN'. ,- ; 1" ., ., : I
atahatog f FUU,1"1" / '
strucur 9rting 'jACKSOKVlUJi; ,
the jibiliiy.-withinwhlch it was con-I $,- ,:.. 7 ., .. ,.. :. ., .: ., ':,.. } ,' .: ". : ;I OF'ALL KINDS.' ? .
I : ducia attiTiYs' peculiarly dramatic several ornaments; and the narrow . IirrnBT r- *. at {the rate of seven and three-tenths per cent(or two cents per day on Jtoo)wjH be'paidunuallYf ,, :., .'
1 paces between were"'t'nlarged intowalksr'partierresanditerraces. FURNITURE !! .. up-po aU deposju which ihftll have remained three months or mor in the Bank,to be added annuallyto GENERAL AGENTS
Indeed from the begin. .' :representing l
: Jbllowinz
ending. ,; ; I Oxj.thcxilished .n to. principal,of the Depositor.: ';'' ;: : ) .com r .
ninffwf the'case.ib.itsclose ihe;whole! : : panics. . >
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these LOAMS.-AH received) deposit hall be Invested In first mortgage*on reaiand jpersonal property In .,
'p bottom of4 brighter money FRANKLIN,1 PHILADELPHIA.-
iqi T?URNITUlRE *iVAREROOMSIO ,. -'"' *' '"'I. OF Withcombinedassetsofover"CONTINENTAL _
.a, '
...-p proceedings we.i? rpmanceas : this State of at bt double the yaluc/or ocIaer ample collateral.securities.R : '
-. Gulliver's Travels. All than Parian marble, walked in pairs I tf_ j ''. .' = ,. pF'NEW YORK; .
F teresting in companiesthein ., AL ESTATK...:This corporation'win aai trustees 'Ot'the purchase and safe of real estate'or the renting }? : c'
alorje or large .'. MAUTTAOFNWYORK
the suit went n' we Iraveled. lalt .1' .Z ; .: and maiugrment of estates and property generally. ,'' 'U' > ', | $7OQOD00
% ed inhabit rits:1 These.-'from lit- a- n .s; : ; .
the'1ieas %% 'PENN PHILAbELPttlA.
e round the globe. "Vic sailed nak- ,:' ''!'; .. :". : : JAMES H. PAINE .. .' SPEARING. JONATHAN C. GREJi.EY. .

: in tKe'Bella1 we saw" between 'ii$ and tie ..duskjrfliesforsuch only the \-YitS.t"&lnDREW: ,, President. Vlce-Presde! : .,i--. :.i/'j' ; .Treasuiua LOANING: ; .
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> ; < > ; MONEY ON REAL ETATE-Alth
:..- ;: ed could have shown them- -we e : v ; CONVEYANCIN&.. .
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the cordage'and
horizon jnysterioui ; -
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.--: the dirp sails l ,' of,Ibar''thocking raised to gloriotw:.VgU.ttcringarfimals, :TUVsjY_;_ .1 "S i' 1 : ,_ _, -: -I, : ;. : l:, : > : t' ;SPECIALTY/. .< '
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I. r phantom-barque the, Osprey.- We stained with a.glossy; gold that would isAi ...!.; ;" li' '. ... ., ,__ J .0, i : ,> .. : : ; / ,,\Ye give !below-a? I. few bftthe thanyclicike. places for,sale.byus:
-, with Castro' in the Australian have made all the labors of the loom PARLOR, SUITS. .CHAMBER. .. ,. .'SUITS,. ; STATE."COUNTY:"AND CITYi SOLD 'AT. .CURRENT;!rJBATES. N'0.13. ,Two- tory house on Ashley street near St.j No. xoi. Dunlawto Plantation
; ; were a'.1.I : '. ; m Hfi&
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contemptible in the cbmparson. I =t.; ., : : : :: -.';''. 1.;;::: / !: James Hotel, pleasantly situated In one of the best seven miles north of Mosquito Inlet at Port *'
bush7'we ,watched Arthur;;Or)6nimarvelouseats A neighborhoods in the city Louse is newwith six rooms, Orasg
; '' ; 'L ; ioo acres s to acres' rich baaioc ,lying ,
:; -.
buld at leisnre.astheywalktd together r.i: : l r ., : : -. SEMI-ANNUAL 'STATEMENT t plenty of,closets and good servant's room: lot S2 M* from rivers acres high shell ,
tof 50 land, ,
forsema ship; we .. iBmediai .
,. < fence ,
1 limbs their r : ; :; : ; i" I 105 feet, good ,,good sidewalk and the street the river bank.having troll of about
landed all dazed arid bewildered admire theinelegant: < ; : OF THE' ., ; I shelled In bearing a fine lot of with ., one fourth 1IIIe"
were .MOSQUITO' BARS 'FIXTURES : : : : ; : ; -i-; i, : ; grapes ; young orange large tw< frame house, IS rooms
shoulders andthejr silken ... ... . flowers and shade thriftily finished.- aecrtr
velvet ,, l. .1'' : ; trees i trees growing ; good house commands view of the river.4
the quay; >tt Melbourne ;. we .. ; I FLORIDA SAVINGS BANK AND REAI.iEST J EXCHANGE.j ,which U covered with oc
upon well,with pump on back porch and fa surrounaed with larze i k arh ?
rested awbilejunder 'the,glpwjng skfesof wings; their backs, "vying".with the -.- .>. -KL .. ; ::: j .. .- "..* ";"-. : ,":- :' '. : '' '. : i" ; :..'},.!.t-. : ;t_ .: ._. ,_ ,flowering vines. Will be sold cheap. some 75. to son ia numl -goo4 wean* wwg a cist.

wordin i jnpyreanJn its..blu ; andtheir eyes, :.* { -L :!.'. ___ _____ ,_ ,r /atl (uVI1k" 'Florida.' .I.' :. .>","" >N. B. 'To capitalists 'desitingabg "! there W.holds't, oogaOon*,fa-yard t AonJughly .
k tl Rio; we exchanged a past each,-formed of '-thousand others, -. ::1>. r.- : ::. ,i.-.. .t' ,-, iIncorporated !; '- .. Is a Sos opening in Springfield; a few thousanJ dollars and rivet drained for' canal from suor-hoiae' rauinK 10 till
sing"'with' Captain Burton" in the SSJ DAVIS & (DREW,, u wilt go a great way just now. For particular enquire transportation of crop: Immense quantf1ia"
t oIa.bril. July 6, 1874: Capital Stock $20,000.; wild orange tows on the place the
utglittered thiittli< ; :planes ; of N orton Kooker,comer Ocean and Bay streets. j. soil is simiia ,_
AndeS as the;hepherd going ''out of parlor Chambe best lands-.,rf Cuba
; : _ : HAWDSOMB RlI5loL..c. SAu.-5i. j sugar to which it is fully,equal
ianj above' 'descriptionand too' Suits. corner of Suits. 'H'. NO.74. A FOR ,.limestone Is abundant..ThIs : .
:'. the gate in the"'Odyssie"ucall5"hisgreetirig"Jtb'the ; Parlor 'f T '-"V -'< Chamber large rooms and kitchen;double'bay window on the choicest in elan*t 'assuch -
places Florida
1 't'V ', great almost for admiration. Suits. BAY/ANX.LAUILVT/IEET .. !LSuitSv west,large double parlors. double piazza on the south, ,lore the .wa. .knows .. be.-
: 'sl1eph. fJJ. DomingJnJFar Parlor Cnamb 'Office Furniture and;Flture .r._...... ..V..v;. <.r.J.U...' ;.'..'-...:- .,-.o.......| t2S o. commanding one- of the finest views lit Jacksonville: I wa -
back we were borne among the ',. -. .,, -. ,{ ( .' .J .. Suits,' jACKSOKTIfXS fU.. Suits Cash on hand.:_ ,' _..:; ..__;_. -. ; _i n'.,.. ... -.100504.30 windows filled with four lights of 4o-hcK glass and Bung I: N.B. Do'yonwantsnog.winter home. .
,\ .4..The Ita Y'Wept.4 r..J. \.s State,County and City Treasury Warrants face Value 20496-46-ca&b nlue.IZS! 07 with cords and weights on pulleys and reaching to the orange trees andflowersla, flotVLT Y o.
youthful philpso'pticTS or Stqnyhurst.) / mother took I it from the nurse's Real Estate in the city JacVtomrille__ :.o--_._'_:_rrT .---,.r',,.__..._ 5,898'15 floor,with blind:-an casings are finished with, mould. a beautiful lot zz6'tax la1 Sprtng&eld'hMk cut au ad a .
t where 'Ingenuity-..counsel etm- The arms. State, County and CityTax C-rtlficates>w .a'-".'.....;.._:: ..............'..._;-3,39523 lug and oiled and vanished making a beautiful finish; i JjCftltHftll. wi,1 n the_
'I And soothed its grids'and stilled i its vain alarms. : ..t Notes and klortpjes, secured by pledge of real estate and personal property of the value of ceilings high,walls hard-finished open stain, double O which t a mke tn 1 0 1 1r
:. jured up for u! visions' .of'Jesuitical : _And baby. skpu r... :! : :.:! j j-: / <31,199.SO.------ .. ,. .'_-V.-.y..M._ ......>MM__i 3,3i6, 72 j( glass,front doors, mortice lock on every door in house; i oifortou Kooker. 15. f p tnquit*
of ];KXAM1NE--OUR.LARGE STOCK. Rent,&c,paid In allyapce'.1., _..I./_ ;_'' 60 no china closet store-room plenty of clotbcs-pressesbath.; r
f. plotting and darksome,,moulding': Again U weeps. .. Unerpjred Insurance. Pretniuros-i .' ._;:!.-:;..?.,' ..'..'.,.7,...i.i._......;._-?ii.?..- .:l ad 6a; room r hip roof,with cupola,from which a charming No.iz. Atractof88acres: .
."" characterwhJ h have ,1'1\1 !it i view U be had of the the river surrounding lot: fiD SLJohn's river two LiIcs
: youthful ; 'migbt<. And Cdi c10lb k it froni'thc tnolher's arnu ; *- Toeal., .lMll., _iMaill.rlll .!MI .M._ Mi _l.i miia-Irrr-SjTj.$ OO'- : ; to:three lots, making city iuo 9 feet I good.welli .: n.tO._ : estrarw.,

.. suited, j the crribie! }ecclesiastic; 1 : !1,1EugeneSue Fromjpresent pains i .and fiiture. unVnewn;.harms.And : i7 ll '. : young country shade trees started; halt a mile from. post-office.. fronts in the vicinity. of Jacksonville. Wilt b '
-. s Wandering'Jew*. Every baby llceps. ... .LIlBILlTIE9. .:, .. .. For sale at.a bargain. "" I d. -

._ .. .. :;. ., I Individual dCP"Sfts".1Jo. i..__._____,_ _134,169 74 No. 90. A brae,' two-story house with :ten, largo No. i4'& SU Acres Arlington river,
l grove and path'inbrziearthe1aflcicnt. : Q"'..-> i. <.-.- j. i 1ExCommssionr .. .. 101 *101 Capital Stock paid '--_--. ..- '.........-t--:.,.*..',.,'.r 2,000'00 rooms i thoroughly built and finished in firsi-ratestyle Florida Home,containing 0 old ,For 1'] '
10l .W1 ,
the-Tichbornes'was famii- Undivided Profits; L.. _. of covertiwith 'Yt t
residence of Douglass. : : .J.i--m- ; ; ; .M 6/00006' with twelve feet ceilings; one acre ground at a : :
101 bu
101 .
: r* Profit and Loss account.-------I_ __. SoS -3 7809 fruit trees and flowers: pleasantly located; within .
whicriVre :
liar ground. We istudicd'death'shead : The facts daily develop. 101'101' vat C=t." ,.lOI loi"" 's. '> STATE OF FLORIDA/I" ': > 4 V : five minutes walk of the railroad depot.' Price$16,000; No; i4. Mtr oroUTAi -HoT t.i Thifhotd t-
i ;
I : sliirt-studs: and peculiar pipes. lug, 'iA7'onfiectoiv{ ; with; the'recently. 101 U4Cltso"VL! .: I t. .. Du"aJCouDlr.. | .i $4,500 down,balance on long time;if desired; a centrally fint-class located,built of the best Frraca To,b.and I
!let. FlA- 101/ ; .I,James H.1'aine. President of the Florida Savings Bank and Real Estate Exchange, No.90, '400 acres in Orange county;.one mile. from -hIn'rp sad"
3 the had its different the terms apply
: Every phaseof story discovered whisk frauds* .sustain 101 /."- .. *;. .*( 101 > solemnly. swear. .that.the foregoing" .statement. .Is.true. -to. the' Lest of my knowledge and belieLJAMES Melonviile. Price, $3 per acre.- -
i : scene* There was Wagga-WagV conclusion thaf'the ex-Commissioner 101 ... 1111 / "' H. PAINE,President i

ga and there \vas Wappi g'..: The witnesses of Internal Revenue-is, clear of. .all 101 101 ; .*--j4: 101 101 .STATE; -- -' 1 iDuval OE FLORIDA.County; j,t( ;: I' Call on. 'or.writ t tn,and state your wants;, I
*. Sworn and subscribed remcLbru.3dday.lAPri1A.D.1875. : / 'OFFICE COR.dCEAN AND AY JACKSONVILLE,
4 themselves geoTogfcal .rascals 101 101 S1. 1.
ranged 10
: omplicity.viUx\ tie engagedin ; always papers on .
101 101 : : . ... .t' H. JENKINS. .Vittor weo. Lat fiT 1-19 6m
:t and ethnological gr ups. "My, the perpetration of,these robberies. OIOIOIOIOD&DOJOIOIQIPIlOIooooooooooooooooooooolOl. Correct., Attest: JONATHAN C. GRIELEY,Treasurer ',.9-3ot1., [SEAL] '. -, Notary, Public._ '

4, ; cara'bincersas Dr. Ken alr .styled i lad-the.SccretaryI&.rdeiwnadeJLn.- ... -- DAVIS &DREW colOlIOloioaoooooooooooooooauoolol! 1lOloo "* ,l'. ',. -' .THE .. SINGER MANUFACTURING COMPANY'S CELEBRATED:

: them called' up associations quite distinct of his advice, to change.the .
/ ; ,
< -
( 1 101 lOloooo FuRNrruFi cooolOl. : JNO. -
I1 .s-
> \ ftomthe Hamptisbire witnesses, field of labor oreacH of the Internal l I 101" tOlooooooonooooooooooooolOl : J. '- SILK TWIST '

andihc" Melbourne witnesses. Then Revenue Supervisors; beep firmly.car- i 101 lOloco WAREHOVSK. ooolOl : .
:'ivH lOIooooooooootoooooooooolOl ,
there were all the various episodes' ned out, it is' 'rieW clear that these 101 101 1010101010 D&n:010l010101; '! HUSSEY & HQWELLVHOLESALE.ANDRETAIL .. '
This now having in full operation at Newark New Jersey,the largest SILK WORKS
company a th.
whichhad jn such elements ofexcitement. frauds would have oii I 101ioi: : ioi10I ,,
'tu'rn and
of Silk Twist
possibly other > world,propose to furnish a superior article .
101, 101 10: '
i 4 ; ei The contempt of court been if'ci.d ntha e.irierTret.: t. 101 lOt in 101 _' --.!_'__\ 'DEALERS: INBOOTS .. : : '
: 101 .. ,
10) 10IJ.l 101
episodes the Luie episode, the episode: the Senators amt in : ( -hi .
; ,. epresentatlves 101 ?. '101 ,,1 101- 101 > -. .. .I.. .
.- of tb imudfied Uotpsraphj.ancLa; ].], Congress, through whose influence this _. 101 '101 _'.101' 101 '?. SHOES -:'; .- For the convenience of the public this cckrcbIwist u is : -

k t the rest, .of, them;each. i in its turn, order was rescinded) ,' i take"their lull aoi 101.. .. .. '. 101 101 .. '- : :- 'PUT UP ON, SPOOLS OF SIZES" : 'I

r, likelhe. tories introduced'into Don' hare of responsibility for the losses 101 101 101 101rHE'FINESTtAND.BESf / lEATHER & EIN1JINcS.Acomp1ete .I ::'' : ., i "' .. : DIFFEREN ,

*; Quixote," seemed to have interest which have occurre
enough of its own to stand indepenjdent advised i iriterfercncc with the execu ''. 'J.t'' .: FROMFIETY-YARDS U P'W ARDS.

.of the main i .narrativealtogether.! ion of Jhe laws. assortment of Nevv.ybrk: .and .:'Philadelphra.fine. ; ::'4:;
The above unequaled twist Is manufactured especially fin the use ol all kinds(sewing machines and tfetu
r But though it is fully twelve months The framers .of the Constitutionevidently Goods always on hand. : ; 1 for differentutacbinesthrougb. the country are using this twist in large quantities,and as .', .. .--

,t ,Y< since'we Jiive heard[all about the, tattooing intended that the Legislative EE IN THE SOUTH.Parior SELECT. -. Sole .agents, in Jacksonville for.:Samuel 'Dunbar &, -Go.'s .;' SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS :. k' "-. .
: ) ;- '
i : } the sealed packet, M-, Bogle! 'the Executive,,:andtthe Judical ,', .J' :Misses' and Children's Fine Shoes. '' i
C. .; are offered to the trade,all those about to purchase will do well to send for our price fist.
vi and all the rest of the various the 'Government ,
topics Departmentsof ,
h. .. -. ;, Goods sent by mail or express to' all parts of the State. .. : ,
connected with the Tichborne trial should be i independent of each' other.It ,' '. .
; .. that were for a time the daily food of f ,is well enough for Senators and Suit' RiCH< ..,. .PLAINlamber;- .: -! SuitS.-- Bay Street, near Laura,,Jacksonville, Flo. ; H. THESINGER: r" ,' :

British : ,
the reader England wh consulted '
newspaper lepwentatiyes, 1 by 'arlor' ud. .- Chamber .. _._" .. ,_ .. .. _. .' : : ., .' .. ,
-- -- '' ----- -- 0
is not done with! her ury.cl imant the President ,and| heads ,pf( .depart- Parlor Suits. Suits. .I' ...: .\:. ,'. '' '" '
1 ; yet. England now 1 presents- to the ments, to gfve 'any' info'r'ma'tion in SUI1S. SUBSTANTIAL ChJ11bei Suits MISCELLANEOUS.THRESH. MISCELLANEOUS". ,.t. _. ,". "., '' ,'
: civilized, world the extraordinary their possession in relation to the Parlor -, .Chamber ,.! i: --
: !
Suits. .
; : of staid : and of those IWe '. : :; 'ri :; :' .'
: spectacle. a law-abiding,; character aid qualifications, : KEARNEY < .

1 : conservative people divided into two wlio desire to Hold subordinate executive OF NEW''AND. FASHIONABLE GOODS) : 'v: t .j. 'f<-, "',": ;;:.;...
"-T:. 4; bitterly hostile factions by. the ,.result positions. To "this 'e'xlent their . a ., .-.- t-'-:- .FLUID, EXTRACT c' .. .".t, "!, ;' i: *:
a-jcrirninal We seethe recomendations prepared( to offer stock at ", ca' 7..1'if ; i4L-:
) prosecution. appointments maybe are ,pur CENTLEMENS'FAt AND WINTER WEAR, "I".t! 4 ".< i -'t -3 .'

t ... I l leading counsel for the defense, first very useful. But when they undertake r 'marka\.JI.low prices. ." SMBKACING; : : .B'U; c H.'TJ.: f ::q -" .., I .

:3 i disbenched, 'disbarred, and strippedof to control the manner of the enforcement FRENCH, ENGLISH, GERMAN ITALIAN- : : :. ( -
; iJ. .
,/; his silk 'and then trium* bf the laws they clearly '' .
gown ,
t' AND AMERICAN FABRICS, The only known ;edyforBRIGHT'S ., ;[ ;1 ;;if J !
-: ; .
: phantly elected to Parliament, there get beyond their legitimate province. .,. :1 :. ..
1) -
1 ) 1. /r ; ;
1 r to plead once more the cause of a convicted Tley"are responsible as legislators) :
with all the for the character: the laws their DAVIS: & DREW FINE' BROADCLOTHS. CASSIMERF-S.- VEST- DISEASE { H ': : >i' V:-
Ir' impostor authority but
If' 1.. : ; ,INGS AND GENERAL FURNISHING .....!,.:,.. .
1 f :' of a representative of4he people. We resposibility for their faithful enforcement GOODS, And for t -L "- "
a posltire remedy
at the store of ,
:.. seethe Lord Chief Justice ofEng. belongs l loathe President.ahd the .. piAi.. ItS IN ". J. BARATIER' .- ] : -

'rJ land arraigned before the.bar of pub courts. Better let the. responsibilityremain GOUT, GRAVEL, STRICTURES' : TT iTmrvnkkua:

'rf .: lie opinion .as,. a tool ,of thejesuits where the Constitution places All k'inds of FURNITURE.. CARPETS, : : : Merchant Tailor :DIABETES, DYSPEPSIA, AGAIN
{ and and an unrighteous judge, and t.- Washington Chronicle. '
I etc. -
I.. driven ,to defend li character at a F -S, _, ,__ t I DROPSY 133,254 MAJORITY.' ::

.. : festive gathering. We see London : 1. LIVE SPEAKING.Charies JACKSONVILLE :, FLA': -.1- ,
1 'f and other cities get up monster .meet Warren Stdddafd 'writingto _._ URINE IRRITATION, INFLAMATION.. STATISTICS .OF SWORN SALES FOR 1873 :
---- ---- ----'- "c-4 ,
OR '
J'i ings-ami demonstrations in favor of a the'San Francisco''Chronicle 'COFFINS'AND UNDERTAKERS : '
says ;ri 'aduonvillJ.
.. : .Sold in 1873.' Companies. Sold in it73
.f criminal legally tried and sentenced i "Away up on the hill that overlooks ." tJ.t' BLADDER'ANDKIDNEYS THE Cmpaoie.SINGER_ .---r_ __ 233.444 American;B.K._-_-.-___' _.-- 14Ib

: : "! by a jury of his countrymen, and tens Naples standsthe: Carthusian monas A.L L.1.C. Importer and Dealer in \'cr &Wilson ________ 19,18'n&Howe........--.-' _-_: 11019Dc

'4 f .J of thousands petitioning"the Queen to, :cry of San Martino. The monks who; ME''f. BURIAL CASES, ... SPERMATORRHCEA :__: ; 40.114 Remington Empire .

restore, to the. alleged\ "Sir. Roger"his'liberty'and'the jflce inhabited the glorious palace i GrovC&BakC -. _-___.__ Florence _--;: '
I AND HARDWARE, IRON AND STEEL, Leucorrhaea; or .Whites, Diseases of the Prostrau 8.7 ___ .
jj Ttchborrie = Weed.. ________ Davis 8.lsViu
estates. ro'r it is. nothing Jess were. ,men of :. ,W'o'd)) C'QP"F.INS.OF'ALL Gland Stone in tha BUdder,Colculus,Gravel,or Brick. 21,7 ___ __ .
We = dust Deposit and Mucus \ _._____.___ Victor J '
: all these and unwonted or Milky Discharges 7M
i1.f' see strange noble birth and vast fortune. The EDGE TOOLS; and-pOCKET 2,47 ___
;1 JABLE Howe-... ...__ No returns Blees_.. __ 3.J
f things, and ask ourselves in vain for a church. is o*.bne.''.of the.::m6st 'magnificent 'jpUTLERV, -3? Gold Medal-.__. -. r_ 16,431 Se ._ ____. -r 3,4 -

I ;. ".r'\;: ,, reasonable possible that; explanation.hundreds and Can thousands it be pis-lazuli in, amethyst.Italy. ;Agate, jasper'granite;: la- Nails, G'Jue, .j\u jr, G1assi'aintI, Oils, .K.E A..R. N E Y. '..S; Wilcx &Gib.__.__ 15,881 JEtna,J. E. Bramesdo .- --. jpl

''tf'. .'' of English people, really believe that :md fossil wood, together with marbles LEATHER BELTING_.RU BE .i1CKING..-,..,.. OUR NEW FAMILY MACHINE
1' :.: the man whom anoutragec1justice has tint s blended' In ; EXTRACT :BUCHU Construction of Operauon: Preeue
every are :, STOVES. .CROCKERY PUMPS, Embodies New and Essential P.incfples-Siaplicity : E1 Uut1o
r : consigned'to the felon's cll In' Mil- mosaics that line the whole edifice, and ,. : ; '' .. '. .Action. at. ,any. Speed: CapacitTfor Ran2c and Variety o .Fine' or C r
Permanently an of the :
., .. bank Prison is innocent, and the vic- the carvings'are so'' rich and graceful SIZES AND QUALITIES.LADIES' Lead*.and. Iron'.-. PipeS'iv r -"'* cures es LJVINGALIRIVAL' EHIPIT.. .


., is tbe'who!e'agitatiori merely'another chapels seem.like! ,Eden bowers trans. EMBALMING,DONE )y REQUIRED. .. -- L'O CAL SWELLINGS, L l' .

f '., phase of that religious"conflict with fixed by".a.miracle and frozenintostone. ALSO, Mills;EvaporatoreT ,:. TERMS .EASY-PAYMENTS LIGHT. -
; ': 1w. 7-. Existing men, women and children .
f ;' "Disraeli has so long! foreseen in the I And in this.spot.I lived! a brotherhood MARBLE AND ;MARBLEIZED CasFIIIII1SIt'oojng, Jotying, and Tin '

/ j' : OldWorldWhichever..it. maf-be who came frdni the firstci; 'c1esoC. SLATE MANTELS. Smithing done to .,tltr. i ," d ly NO MATTER WHAT .THE AGE! 'Besides-the." WORLDS FAVORITE/keep constantly hand a Urge supply of :

},., .. 4 it is certain that we have not yet .society ,aid) buried themselves in ,-, SLATE HEARTHS, &c., < ,,' I CLARKS. OVN.-T.SPOOL'COTTON, four spools for twentj-five cents. '

'i beard the last of the Tichborne case, this gorgeous.tomb, for, it..was little MANUFACTURED, TO ORDER B UI DERs' ( Prof. 'Steel says: "One bottle of Kearney's Fluid SINGER'S. STANDARD MACHINE TWIST;from. twenty-five' cents Mp-aH_ aoc ers,

"t, t. I the most extraordinary legal drama orrecord. 'else The monks.tooka.vowfof.: perpetual AND FOR,SALE BY .; combined.Extract Buchu" is worth more' '-than' all other BuchUi ACME MACHINE TWIST 100 yard spools.*for
J '!1, ':.:. .-Inter-Of fan. J' silence, lived apart, ate apart, CALVIN,'OAK,. FURNISHING- .MILL .,' P ice One Dollar per Bottle,or Six BottJes for'Five : SINGERS E AND FLAX, 'THREADS.&C! ., ,. .

q 4 and met only for the! unsocial :hours Fonyth' Street,between- Laura' and Hogans; < >1 Dollars. .

The,.Camalon.! 'Thro gh. a', Microscope' olpraycr,_when. each was wrapped, in i I i twj6-to,' : .' : >'Jacksonville.' '. .' ."-Florida., JACKSONVILLE,; ; The Singer\Maflufacturiiig Go. ,
6 y .
It is veil known that the examination : his! own 'meditation' and'no one hut- A '" : : : ,, '
tered a syllable., .. : -' ; NEVV'XOAN A Physician attendance to answer correspondence '. No. 172 BROUGHTPN.. SAVANNAH"GA. '
: s of flowers acIeeIablesofeverj( The undersigned would respectfully call the attention and advice i ,
give .
J. gratis.
t description5 by the microscope opens "Each pfthe ittle.cells! ,where. they : of those contemplating building to their establish ,. '. --- (C. A. VOSB URGH, .1

I a new and interesting lieldof wonders slept, had .a S11a1lVlDdo or closet .. ": -PN.A.lN t ;. j.PLAN." : '. ment.kludsoC"- T2e are,'prepared- -. fo- .furnish-. "at short- notice. all., '*1SZND $TAMP.' FOR FAMPHLHTS. nn.aI t GP.ORGE IP' TRAZIER, Agent, ... .. ;?,agt.$'' :

to'the inquiring naturalist.. Sir1 communicating with one of thecor- IvtrmoneyathomeInthcFIRST B Material : .; ., .
John d ,\ iLders' /. -" 'Jjix'-\\ JACKONL.'F.RIDA. '" ; _->
; Hill has, given the. following curious ridor ,. andan .thfs..:l s t, was/placed :consisting" ( :t -. ', '
: .
; : 'r,
the frugal meal which was then taken ; GRANT .. TO.TII'E. \ 1t,,-. .} w. ; ,. .' : ESTABLISHED 1 : : .
account of what appeared his and ; .
on examining 'Rough Planed Lumber 18.
'l : ... ,
f h'; :
a carnation: '"The principaflower into the cell ,and catenV in solitude. : 'PREM UM BONDS:" .. ., -, ; I ,. I .h ; ; :J :
: '
in an elegant bouquet wasj Every quarter jof ,an, hour: at bell Mouldings* -'. Brackets.. NERVOUS. AND DEBILITATED ,.".,:"r: : / ; ') "
? 2A..S
struck to relurnd' the listeners that Nooffcrredorsa3.bythc '" s V';! JLV. PERCIVAEid : ,; :
I carnation the '
bf this led \t ;
: :
; somuch rieareMheir death.In > "-- :t,',; .: : : i \ ; /_ .: M 4 Scroll and Turned Work;, ; i .OF BOrn SEXES. .;. : ., ..
me to enjoy it frcqueqUy andnear. they were < '{ ., t--: H ";' :1' :j'3"v.* "r : ;;
.rt\1 !
The sense smelling was not the on- thc girderf ihe':;rail i ings'are:' ornamented : .. -. ,; &,wed and Rived SAingttLath, ;fencing, NO-. .,CHARGE. FOR ADVICE AND CONSULr'- ft-;,';' : .:. -.c.5K TO}.H.: CROWELL' '. :: ,,' .'.. '" .-- > *' .
ly one affected on'these occasions; with marble: skulls, and
'while thai wustti.fied! with the to disturb this Every bond when.redeemed will receive a premium" -. i. : ::1.
pow iWe have enlarged mill and Increased
er/ul/ ) sweet,, the ear was .constantly splendid! .,solitude >ere" i the tread p r \in In place Interest,according the plan of redemption.. our Jongt.whhcr ;
.. .assailed by an extremely soft, bu sandaled-feet.the of amounts cpm 4 :Give us a call before going eLtewaere;j can be consulted on all diseases of the Sexual ar Urinary : J : .

- ---- agreeable murmfirlng:so'und. It was or the clang pf.thcbetythat l pld $I.'oo"tb'$2S.OOO' pr: $5'q.Ooo / l ENNIMAN Organs, (which he has mode*an especial study) ; j' t .
;; ;4-'4 > .& <0. either In male or female no matter from what cause originating A \ r. '
easy to know that some'aniolal.within pff their solemn lives in bneCmoments, or of how long standing. A practice of 30 .' : .: ,
On each bond. . years enables him to treat diseases with success. Cures : 1 ; : '"
ii tht'covert mnt'bc'thcmUtcian, and that yet might have: seemed long tothemflsem BILLIARD SALOON.' guaranteed. Charges reasonable. 'Those at a distance ', 11'. :'J .' ',
nksg like othersin Bonds redeemable by allotment. : : : can forward letter describing and : i,,
thaI the little f1o se- must come.: from .most Six allotment.of, symptoms enclosing ,"1 ,

I some_ little creaturesuited to produce. Italy/nave"been driven from their ";neII.--Six. .distributions of premiums..in .1875. : (The Largest south Washington.. ) stamp to pay postage. :" ., ;'f'.t ;" 1 -

it. 1 jrisianify distended the lower retreat,"afllllih eT'treaSures' con fi*' .. 'Apply to.. -'. biiis ft CO:, BAY STREET., OPPOSITE. POSTOFFICE.3 Send SJrthe.c. fraM.., Price toe. 'I_. 1I'I. :' -

cated by .\ctorIEml113nuel."' '. Financial Agents ,-5. *: : ,. :. -H'' :t" DER.N ,;': l :' .
PrtOfeflQWer.afldjlacIflgt '
in :
-- )a 4fl Broadway New York City. Atk : . B. J. DYOTT M p.
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full I light-couI4d. s over rpops of 4it T Wy,SMMWV.. > .a >" MIMM*- ., HARVEY...GRANGER. Gen'l Agent. '-5 ;- >< v

tie.insects frisking with wild! jollity The
among the narrow.pedestals. supported bubble of' misleading ,words; in ''this i-Otf I4tI I 'c. 'r !.n.j"St '., Boots and'Shoes,neat'and durable at BUCK VS. .. :' : :'

its leaves and the little threads paragraph.about fallacy-of-suppos -'. \ .. ( .! : I1LL'l ,s Q, ;, .8 0 -: -., 1'. -} .-- : :, :; ', AND FINDINGS.: : :,, ,, :;
values at'Bucky'i t
thlfocddpieH: Its/.centre; be "irreHgious s 1" .' Q "- .j -, : .
1 : I. ing a systemofcducation to > I I '<' en ; cJ LIYF.RY.SA E AND FEED'STABLES: : H;" ,V',r h-% 0 ,

perfect, security from all.annoyance in ," because i itdoes-not"in'1i for ST. AUGUSTINE. ia i t '! -- ;'. v, '. *: '. .. '
I the dusky husK that surrounded mal inculcate i FOR "d''I U"i rJ
the religion:-- '
way ". .Perciyals! ,-Stamp 'r ,Hand 'Boots-. u;'. ;1'', $u
scene ofactlbnfAHaptihg'ainicroscop is.vain call school "godJesi"b TRESCUdONER jIJj : 0
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i Bur & Mean "'14.. .".'. "'f*.t '* -., -u-i-.j l..v.nVji ::
to take in; atone view, the who] ause. if jj.secular.( A: bank i is not r-i t I- ': ft' t-4 I'' 0 .
J 1' :: ,> Z Philadelphia and BaItitho"i: ;x'j; .-.1 lo-oo:'
base of the :fi'et".1 gave myself an "godless"-providedh- 1sHorierstlymanaged -agxiplia Ill i ilI i. ,. ,
f I l } 'C1 sfi Vienna Medal a' '*' 8 .
4. -. -cable.sewed': '..'t'--;J.1 i-r.- b l 50'TcrcivaW '
_ 4 opportunity' contemplating what -even if it is not,opened and l!, t i < ,t ; ,1
wereAbout and.thisfor closed with 4' 1 WIn make regular trips' E- 1 ,o1II Stamp Hand Congress.. .r-- SOBdr&M
they daily A shoer i '
; many ; '"; "; "
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pr.al.er. I ,
between Jacksonville& ,' : rs' S ,
maker is he ) c. Z. S' Q' ; -' '$\f.diI.! .-.r"H'1-. .J 50..--
.days together, wjt1qut girjng. them not "godless" because St. AupHl I/I L '. .I I 'Dh.l'd.'h" I t it '
the leis di turbance: Thus 'I* coiil refrains from pronoticing.'thc bcncdictiotf .F Freights at low ratrsor t''I'Z J' ,,5. .E-4' The best and most stylish Bvry teams In the city JVi ", ; ; Si'i" ::' r.f11lj: .:) ,fi:' l 6'j5-:"
t 1 .. freight or passagi : > 1 ] can be found at the Stable of the undersigned near the -" _icnna. ,4.{edatabI. sewed;' : :: : : r ,, H. .
heir! their Javccmnca5on.'With the : ., >
$ discover cconpray, passionsa'nd" I ; deliveryof pplytoVlLLs6N"i'wHlTLOCK'.i; Qt.], FloridaHome. ,corner of Cedar and Forsyth Streets. .- ,... .. .:0.. ', h_ ") j. "L. .J' ;k "'l-t "-
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their erijoyrnVni .,. 1)1e'pcro! ,I a pair, of boots 'to. his..customerEnough p < ., A' !JaCksnyW.laL -. -. ,.JI,..."J1. -- :0F4. terms.Horse boarded ud. ;.-.well- cared, .for. on t reasonable- "''GOODS'..SENTRYMAlK: .NDTEXPRESSff f .

tc'ftpe bn this ocdacsid hacl4givenwhat !! that leathcr-is'gb'od,:: hiithrc'att'istrojis7 :' ; t "l J.it$ : : : ,.'< ;' ;Z1 _.', .. ; -Strong. 'eams.ii..- "- 1.purposes.. always on hand.**' ; ; r Toallportsotb 'Site;C KfirX hU ;-- I ; :; J
seemed to'hare deViiefd ob- his work faithful .tndft st : .' ,'I 'W f *"i T AVKJ. %if; FLA. %*. ..
: nature. to ; 5:U St. An".tte, ria. 'i)4 u.\ J. B. TOdWoprietr4, : J..ckaoivtnf'nf% : 1114. ,.: 'TtTUEOLDSTANDCOL_ B.\V* 4r.OCEANSTS., JACKSONVILLE .t": W -- :

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