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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: June 2, 1875
Frequency: semiweekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in Apr. 1874; ceased in 1875?
General Note: "Wise men accept the inevitable, but strive to shape the future."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 33 (July 15, 1874).
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THE. NEW- SOUTH. :. : The'Mubkhea4U. J : : '' tOnS* J6itisofth' i < bei t.nd terror of kea:_,'HcEs, r.thc6orbeerrThj : and and .amaieaaentAwaited for oft; r N . .. r ''. .. 'hili .n..ti. .:r.. &Mt:>Li:
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.-'BUSBr.D 'EVERY WEDNESDAY AND ; Among the many interes n )i H.raj tr ; "'n'>'r the'sea-.Ti.i"V-; are, .1. .'cat.t :"' ::.t.'.I", ders from their superiors. : :,', "lJf'1n'd4 ...:' 'J <' >
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SATUIlDAY1- <1 in the SlalC. Massadmsctts,,none.is h. ,u> absorb Ihenx.To l! !ni,1... erct4al4oflD4pQtttfl ,They.h:1c1J1ot long to wait. Captain 'Th' OfOWngpf1abyS! 'W.Idwatherbi.kor .. ; the an*
.TzJtJ. more picturesque alike in situation uorra' 'ilie' :wk'ispeeclijy, nnal: repoti of;.the Unltedt-Stales
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S -Wtm T. .n nirarrihrn, |j.so per animS 'I 'It r atiar'charaeter. of,its1- peoIe1kn catch and pact thc'bciatload f the next day io.be eiecstedDn_the pretextwhich' !tour 'i or;. Rc J:. 1ThLi ,torrent- 1 |.' 'The Vood:'trjT be ,prepared:fsr first Geological sad Geographical:,Sanrty
rM or aaarc copfcs.fi/xteach: and u extra copy! ,l -b1TowfM. tbed.- : finny foodwhich meanf comfort and had tfxeao: 'so, kUriidried wh'icB published the result of his long labors
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.us fe jest M cfebaft. nceiv 4 at mw lime. ..i IprcatIshedeed.his; Ppcesr aepntts it
.ny. 1d,subacriben. ft per*annum. T_' :.4. ',to ,Jbe' 'infancy of,the J\&WrtIhe'; content-fflHhose ihey Qve4..'wU'the' riis .tneir tittalTiciiior) JHis men' "to cut tbeirway out to({the decks} of:all.l isiu and much of jtr volai on different line*of; tarelv ,.Difficul
t:4ccth: :.T..atJ 1IXIpics.. $1.6s; Fifty eopADVERTISING .- b19ie) Cfmcn have'.cazt1eneti, ; thing to be'don ,'t1i t theyniighl're' -'comrades Had winced trndefthe fierce Whiletheaitiwereplied furl usly tile tafjpe'ntlhe1 other fnEammable tics were, found in the fee that ma-

-..5 'I j JP.'tQ,the_sea'or.anchored their,stanch' turn* and.'ma1&maersfsnug.ra't! :! 'home1 i nenVjbrine i cat;!but' the.:blows' K;d a stern_ okeibove was' heard, "ring :Watterr_ jt isTthea -pnt1iitosqrtabl road surveys froatthe Atlantic bonier
KA TES -* '* "- i T : ; i -- had not started from the same. of
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r.> operlnch .kiss MIcflcu:I crafts ar.)1way.fromland Sa chMbseqisent .50 cats.t < I Iru ;banks and"i spent at least: half of :.no. i patriotic'.commissions) .that 'h old ratile.t :,p'\f. ,, ''joaarar : '.*Keep down7 below for jronr lives } [ S'uid. gasV are'J forcedfbtp'the tide Jetel. and that arelessnessjud

; Wgzxtv." per inch or less first.lasertioa: eacht.cnioII. .. the year tori thdeep.Atthetime i ; lavished money, home.-while: ..stalwartmenTopght Notaouo1mmhi, iit lipsnor There be cannoo-raouths guarding t pores'of the'woodujrfer cotiiilderablepressuret been:shown.in previous computations.
The Goal l results have that
;ihscquc 4F.CamZN&eS,so 15 cents cents.per inc.Tata of he 'revolution it was'the- second in tbd field;to give timely : qieti1 the fteli:Jonlacold1 J .the hatches," aid;Abner.Taft, wrbitjoi'flesb ; :the salphmousacid elevation of the .proved northern lakes the

: CAM(*ADYAxcmv tbwn. ia, theState, fdrsize', numbering .assretance ''tO'1.-the1: families'. ; of absent quiet look'.JnT. thet-ieyei, fullo.f'somesi3nge "I'lcn J qc i ; off jour i being jiy.product from ibe .wasting and the great :.
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A&tmI ADAMS CARRUTH & CO. at.. ?easj five: :.thousand!, inhabitants".rbe sbldiersv So Ub" fisbe e worked6n3dayafjefday.W ,. S bones you, ..feYlls: 1",,: shouted :tbe bf pyrites. The'w; Stempved-and nine

lactaoarflle., Florida. v [Standard.,of rtsisunce' to'iBiItisntyranny S ;. :. eS' >fter I '>. fc. :Thtf :ffiree\fi4r rp 1tCtf "tWrtne ."nlsh, 1: 'T 1r.i '_r"t&".. emouth 'dried. and.is then readyforjose. ported i) fetmorethan.bytheStateCcologistDWblo; \ I pieionstyre-
raised and : ; lr-e2t, :r 2n\lW" tl qie liycs ;. l1 : rwU: "' It L'1 : When' ;
was. the fisherrpcn J".rnt1 u. '" 't ; witjage.. .Again, 14& urn.II ., ; inilphrpus acfdjs paseii'into thai .
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?ROFEUIONA CARD*, fte. i of Marblchead responded, to the7callwifh .-ea t."fi 1 e at tb* iilfo eijJ :" 1 md '"Cut 11 "J"rJ :$ ; lime under presunrV a'j:'sulpharr r of .twentyihre1ket
.J') rt ( )tiIflt$4M3a : ptisOned q : "U ;I ryoorllSfelP than made
higher. Humphreys
: -. S !'a' *stern. 'eriIh siastd. : When' a The:might of its departuze.from tfie She.badFiucbet. 'hPriKarran ; '-.e :S. .' I' ( lime .b, (cinneiil-''which' 'is: soluble i lbiSUlpbItejwhiC'hi4 io by

.J.,"..FC.EMMONS3.._ T "_ .. ::,-;' '..)" '*e T !j 11Jidi-t2st... : -1 VA. sl'i \cr. : fishing ewkq 4hiuli le>:fleet. '?waaiwiddy ; / 4. amaodorpettybfficers1 ':- e" '1re.inr lh b1uair IBeEnglislf !i t "bte'-ot{' fii g-- Abbott rounding;that.country sDCitJAocItbtsurtn.for .maDybuDdrcdmiles
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more congenial: narore, at1SobIH1 y' Bad"chbpped ; readily .
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south and than
ATTORNEY AKD AT ._ west more. joo
S LAy4 butaLTheutse1thy; : -wereb1ied-- Taft'sitack,. 'wak 'dhveii eitrtosea 'vessels;! 'HeortfmaVjfrom- the hatches'" 'fragments. As they and.contib1'intosilph. te of;..lim'orgypst.1ni'

,ea'I Bank uflflng.JacksoawHe,Fla. serve o pJ laudj,:an'd,po mprcBerce i _and l bVore'tHVgale l and nearly rsuffered;; aWreck. 'i plemcnt of handsiiihu.s. cut 'dow n thronged upthf: :carronades were discharged -'. feet Omaha higher than heretofore feet ) .reported. Indianapolis ;
higher
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Ur.:with Eaamoas J. P. &navinc M Railroad tdissolvcd will his receive professianal mtvrn rclaIwas neHbosiaeH valiant soldiers were found among he :The;warring; of the.. empet more.tban.I.thr4-! ., Scot' and at'clast'range..and tan awful As this is"exceedingly ijhib1'SzIJ about zoO feet : The;;: following i I'

la his pl'. 5-53 '] continental troops. :than.the'bronzed was.in hjs:ears in the long dark hours, his junior :'officers, 'in' .discussing .the silence followed broken with; ]qwmoans. '' its i is, pot' easily removed,- there2- are the levels ,of'the: .lake*, M f

I S and stalw recruits. who thronged ,tq as he hurried he.-knew, not, whither. fate ihe prisoners ''that tpight! ,",concluded -. ., The slaughterfhad.ben' fear fore, from)he pores:of th'e' wood,.ndnot now,ascertained t :. ,
J N. BETTES, S the: front from: the leading fishing When'tbe morning'broke oh.the,wild topostpone. their.,purpase.rpf ful.- The.,.iiatcbways wefe l again closed only/ protects the wOOd by'itS Mean level.of Lake ,Ontario above: n

PHYSICIAN AND StlRGEON tow i of''Massachusetts' ''colony At: waste of:waters be knew that ijcjwas ,ofcz ution. They could be used.to and fasten"e
the close, ofthc.prbtracted'striiggle far 'out at 'sea, f6rtherenpthing: : Insight advantage in working'the'ship for!the' tempt wcre ,made'by ;fh;j .: gtish but deoxidizes all matters which are lerel of Lake Erie above .mean.tide

: Fla.; more than,one4ial(ofihe, inhabitants except'low down 'op'trie' horizon, ] prcsenr and by-and-by they might bfc; ere wYp. break') ibrtb. ,' attended! wfth'similiatriesults likely Jo.proyelabjectianable, as (er- level,'573.08 feet; mean level of Lake
Omcm-Opposite Ocean House,cornet of Adams, of Maiblehead. were widows and or? a};large,vesscl,:! which ;wu..hardly .no- tried byourt-martial I, : '' ; ;'. ments.. Huron above tide level I, 519.99feet
.ad cpa streets. 6-j-tm 'pha %S What, 'more".'eluque.tcsti.- ticable, between (the ,Confused. ,tumbling So Taft and his two' mradcS"were Jin onef:6f: these .Captain :;Scptt' and' :::'The advantages presented! by*this mean level meaD of,_Lake Michigan

ARTHUR BIRNEV _ny :'than, this could; there' (beto;, of the, waters and the thick, released from the .ca'laboose and assigned .his fficstiCc&dCdu" cscapihg'from wood rithat'it, t" weight less ;after above; meao.tide level8..fcei
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w courage and'selfrdcvotion.AbnerTaTt : ., dark sky.. The sight of a ship':fat'sea lo.datyi though'strictly watched the dufaince oT'the:'cabin,"' and stung 'freatm tthan. of! the same wood before1 'The.main height; ,of Lake.ErrC..a

ATTORNEYS was a,roan remarkable, for the imperiled even, among bis: hardy, -and'athletic i if boat js'ifpw'a"welcome one; however, gradually1 wore,bGTin'; 'view sword and pistol on;:"the fierce bandthat gave'a_mean specific gravfty of o 3501. the Erie Canalfrom Albany to .Buffalo ;

4) STREET NO 330 townsmen, for gigantic' strength and ..Tpthese three,me.n:of, : f rbl bead of the apparent:submission"and' good. held the,decks. /The,prDcess for workinisv, ry muchcheaper ,, from, Philadelphia try railroad

WASHINGTON CITY courage,..traits Which shine'out: in his it,was a lhingimor: portentous of'evil] behavior of the men. .. jAbner.Iatmet hU chief_ persccutjor ;: than that of any other'yet through Harrisburg Pittsburgh-apd ,
_'I descendants; 'from" nof. wHom the than..the.cruelty,of the ocean and..the. 11i ritisb.navy' .thafpcn was ".cutlass. in hand. ,and a sbortsharpcombat !devised;it isanadinfrable means- for Crestline to Cleveland ; from Albanyto I

"llf R. ANNO, .. I writer arda, remarkable exploit of frown of the skies. It could be nothing largely supplied'with: sailors ;"through vas ended by a'terrible! stroke, I'preventing i dry: rot ait decay from the' Buffalo by railroad ;'by the, _North
I his an cstor. Of more .than six feet ; less than an armed I vessel: of the the operations crimping .agents, which b t'do-ij Captain Scott's guard action of waters, as the pores 'are Central Pennsylvania Railroad by
ATTORNEVAT.LAWo& II. jl
in- stature, .and'.otherwise, ,' herculean enemy's for.the colonies'. had but lit- who seized and carried, off.men by1 arid'clove'h s' headT tp :the very jaw.: coated with-an insoluble salt ; it thus the. Erie Railroad .to..Dunkirk. and
;in Reed'* Block, &Street. proportions,. he .was feared and, ad 'tIe merchant'marine/'and their ships armed force- ies' of kidnapping Those' bloody # s"w: Cr&: "at' last wears !longer> 'and. vibrates ,Iessib n Cleveland- by the .CanadianGrandTrunkRailroad. .

7rK/h.F. da. : mired by 'those who. knew! him, of.war/wcre!as yet standing'peacefully tacitly countenanced by uthe.::'govern avenged I 'The other officers' Shared ordinary pine; resists the ,attacks of The result obtainedby ;

Thou b' g ntle and.kindly in:his .or- i ia, their 'primitive' 'wppdsl To. be ,mentNaturally; ''therefore',"..')there' like fate as they fought with a flog' insects: and, from'the removal of the 'these six routes, respectively' : illustrate -

N.A.fATTtSOK. A. .. MEEK. din'ary' 'moods,his wrath was"terrible captured had but.one.meaning-a 1 1n. were many' sour .and 'discontented ged courage 'that,refused'quarter.-. 'But volatile' inflammable maHer i as well the.method used for obtainingthe

& MEEK when a1'useiris,. fo':', injusticej gering.death by imprisonment in some spirits the navy. Abner.Tafti'was why prolong|he bloody and "monotonous as (om.h 'i!introduction: 'of a nOn-' sure: ,elevation. .The ppmion i

pAUlSON .1 and had'something, cf that Berserker dungeon hulk, or .possibly! tOj be impressed not long in [discovering ..that there ,record.and dcscribche\ J itlejs conductor material, it is well able to expressed that"Mr G r4pes,.labors .

ATIORNEYSATLA'V.I05ce. fierceness, which gives such .a strong intoa'seiricc': hi.they 'bitterly were many mutinous and disaffectedmen .efforts of the.English crew, to.recover witbstandfire_ the_ J !e"p rts:not in North American topography_arc,of ;
coloring the songs of, the old Norse abhorred-in'aor case, a'long 'if! on board. 'Cautiously he sound- the advantage ? giving up gaseous matter, which, always -. great n1u I

RcQu*'.bunding.;Jacksonville.FU. scalds and saga-men. He had been a not final parting t. ; .from' :'all 'those they ed'thern, and at last had fifteen 'men, ;Suf5ce" 'it: that,destiny s 1 1aas: so.readiTy'inflamcs. .' ;. I'

leader among'his1' fellows in the.;perilous 5-loved.; J" :wQom :he believed he could ,trust, she'so often'does on deeds of apparently1 .The, wood although 'answering 'THE,MOTHER TONGUE,-An English I
NORTON & KOOKER, adventuresoT the ;deep'ahdtheno There, was .still} one chapce Uljdr'littre ,pledge;to stand by him.i TheTat: hopeless daring on'. th' ";:ex- these'ends, contains ,but little matter clergyman.and Lowland! .Scots :.

REAL ESTATE DEAf EKS. arncrOcranandR. less pressing dangers of the shore! :boat, 'lying low, might not,.be tar,. since, 'the'.taking command. by ploits of Marblehead Tiero an'l;his foreign to,itself. ...Wood .fiber, 872; man.visited; one of the best schools I

streets UMCY Jscksonrille loaned on Florida.Real Estate Genen4 His fair wifei; but a'-few years married seenand:: the, British" ,vessel .pass on :Captain(Scott, had become 'generally followers. 'The winds" were'fair and moisture! at 239---,Folh..8. .5 ; 'ash 43.. Aberdeen. They were strangers* but t

Life and Fire lnsurar.ce Agents and security dealers in Pine idolized her hero, and her head This hope was 'ski :rushed, is the i known ;as. :A'Hcll tAfloat,!'.. and the light, Sol there ;was,not much morel Total 100'.. the master .received them civilly'and .

Cortecpondence Land*.Pbntot&c.solicited.Spnngield. IUburb a 3 specialty.'-. beat with, terror at each parting, rapidly!! ,enlarging'hip carae'up' wijh I conspirators'seemed[ to, feel that,..;incase difficulty inworking'th: ship, and..all The' idea here presented much inquired:, ."Would you prefer; thai 1 1.

though in her too, burned. somethingof close 'reefed 'sails before .'the! ; stiff '''I' of failure execution. was but Httlewpfse things, conspired to the hoped-for end thesarnC, ;. as,that .noticed accid' ntli should spec; .these boys, or.thai you

E. JOHNSON. M. D.. the fiery spirit which.has ever animated breeze'into t ,: which. the;\gale 1 of the 'than' life"under such a brutal Abner,Taf; had .laid;the ship;.course iri the. ,late'.Francp.-PrussUh war: should speer;them yourselves?l The
P. preceding night had subsided'Only! fyraiit. for .Boston and many boOs there ,were found to_havebeen.Jpniiecled ascertained
the 'Marblehead women, and : : S as nearly as possible! J ,; English clergyman, having.
HOMOEOPATHICPHYSIQAN gave occasion for. Whittier to.. write a few minutes elapsed before shot Circumstances .conjoined in'favor of his fishing experiences had'made' him .from1 fire, when:they that speer meant.to !on.desfred

AND'SURGEON.; his picturesque "SkipperIreson's WaS fired and a hoarse, voice,. roaring the,plot of tbesejhree,stern 'arid daring familiar,with the Massachusetts waters. were' largely built:with plaster lath the, master to.'P.f. .He, did ,to

Office.. !'i new bofldins north side of Bay Ride." She knew; when he'sailed through' 'a' speaking: trumpet. ", ,bade hearts o( Marblehead, which was So, aC'the.end< rtoe.sccoI4 diy! and ouster' ,walls ;wereabsbluteiy bn- with great success, and ,the boys answered
'met Between Newnan nad Market streets, early y-Uieking'bnhefis1i; rit Beet, or them. comealo'ogSideo S. to'be alilc piece'of.superb personal 1 frzit1nicrisi-ni.- t! !' tflwn% injured by fire when s rroundinr- .-satitfartocljr numerous interrogations -
cppotite the Post Oflk*. ssgtt marched to .join )the.continental. ,Abner Tft'and his\mateS. had fallen vengeance and 'a great ':'patrioticservice. nien": of Boston 'were amazed and were cfestroy- fd", as ,to the .exodus of' the

armies, that her husband would be !in I l into-fhe fate.they so bitterly}! and .' 'Aljncr Taft'who" conceived alarmed. seeing.i ,:X 1JrJi i ish"? sloop-pf--S Incombustible .Israelites! from Egypt. The clergyman

A.A.. KNIGHT, the ore-front of every danger.The.soldierfisherman .I justly dreaded. They .were In.t. e andorganiied:the enterprise;:bad!! ,inr war come-i.ntothe. harbor, the; bated. Wood. ? then said be .would be glad! :Jn

merciless clutches of the British. In structed' his'helpers', to., secrete food ensign flying at.the(Qre.; There,werebustling's Ah, Eoglishman, .the :Re*. ,1dr. his! turn to speer. the.bbvs, and at once J
ATTORNEY AT LAW cannot home linger stantly (they had mounted the sides, about thedeck and to hpld'themselves and.congregations of:'fearfulfaces. Jones,j:!has obtained a patent for rnak: began,; "Howdid. Pharaoh die?"

long in the. sweet idleness, of they were summoned to'' the quarter- ready id await.biS signal,- :Accident, .' There warstw deeper1\amazement i ing ,wood,incombustible by means of There was 'a dead silence. In this
N. Hoezs i Block, stain and in the of wife
up rest clinging arms deck : confronted' ..with.the' Eng- toohad placed the eighteen conspirators mingled i with 'joy.when; theuniorIjackwas the well known' mcombustible. proper dilemma the Lowland 1 gentleman interposed. .

J..swlJ' Jacksonville,Fla. and babes.for There'hard is provision winter which to be lish:apt n;); 'heavydissipatCd-ook-! 'in 'the same watch and.lhad' it I, lowercd'and theAmer-: pfiungstate of .a. The woodisnidei ; UI, .tbi k.s.lr.the boys !!are \

made the down'n.long ,,for five log man,:whose:.red l .cf vied i with the not ,been 'for. "this;,,mere chance, :it"seems 1 can:flag.went to the riJq'ji; ts.steadi i J'the same .time .imperv usiIry not.accustomed tp,.lour ,Plrigluh,,ac
RICHARD MCLAUGHLIN,,, would shut ,them Scarle; spiendors hisi uIHfom.] ,,Cap difficult to understand how such. for,the;Marblehead{ men. :nad'iropro-l rot',and J i cay.so'thatzwo' Important -'. cent.let, me'try what]I can. make of.

REAL ESTATE'AGENT dreary months,' and the mackerel AbnerTaft's' tainScott, commanding! the, English az plot could,ever have been.Succ sSruC vised national colors from okl 1 bunting. .cods are attained ,at once them. And he inquired in,his broad I

JecluemiUe,FlIriJ. catching fleetis: .ready to start., sloop-of-war Tartar,a! ship carrying I. They waited. wearily (or ieral There were -bonfires".and: ringing of He subjects :the wood to a pickling Scotch, 'fHoo did ,Phawraoh die'}"
i in '
moored
AD sorts of Real Ertate booekt and sold; Money invested fishing smack is put sixteen.'guns" and '.a: nominal crew! ,of weeks for an opportunity which should! bells, and, almost 'f antic rejoicings.over process in a .solution of tungstate bf Again there was a dead silence; upon 1
,Taxes paid Tides examined. the, bay, everything ,taut .and readyfor rop men, had :'unenviable TepuUrton warrant them in .striking: the blow. "the tiero,'of1 MairLleheail,, an'djhe: sOda and.water>fThe,specific gravity which the piaster said, ".I'thTnkf gentlemen -

Rips vr nuussaOtl..l to WiBiam Astor. Eaq.. the two months of spoliation' of even, among1 '.his 'brother officers Fate,at. last, smiled on:them. and'his' _'tworcomrades... '(fe; escorted, of 1.2.. "jh: ? tungstate.is made by the .you can't, speer ;thescr boys ;
New York; tGof.. A. G. Curtin. : Pa.: the deep, and his two .hardy comrades -, i. i i. r- ; ,8 f r. addition' : "
,
tunRstate tof''lme to hydrocWoric. And hc
bl.i I'll show how do.
LTWM H. Redner. Phnadetptua; W. Stokes Boyd brutality. driegustyNoverober.nrght"l"Ca'ptain. totheir native town great pro- you to } ,
PhOadelpliia:D.G.Ambler Banker,Jacksonville.}'I&. have completed their: final pre Thejlegend'.prescryes some: recordof and his officers' were indulging cession. .,He lias'fllled1iis,5proris .acid,and salt,, and :it.pro.Uuces .- proceeded: "Fat1rara/toLPhawnxph
Henry Tucker,Cotton.MaILZ&'J'pd. paratiOD%. Let us fancy the' scene of !the ,interyjew:,between, the.captor Scott of, to his beautiful wife; .Martha ;to come in thcpiocess as,much'chloride at. his. inner cod?*" The ..bpyvanswered '
--- departure) on a bright; ,Septem&rmorning m a carouse .' unusal.ejttentl. l.; The had ,all -the- ofjimeas' Will'pa all 'working expenses ,' He d.robr ed ?* and
.L..COAN and his victims; as they stood before bad been severely tasked for home be fore;she i apples : ,was < ;
w. as the waves smile.and laugh' him with'stern and surly looks, which crew several) nigbts,-, as the weather :had. tru \g'for theif winter's use:* '- ; ''The'xungstate. > ,' -.,of soda, -, from.. a'smart Little fellow added( i '"Ony '

JUSTICE OF THE PEACE under the"glint of,the beams bf the.I they were eitherunwilling1 or:friable been : and: :ana ; The1sUeritlti he ofi1bg'ni... experiments' that nave.been roaae,publicly lassie. could, b e.toTd you bat, ." .'..1 '
severe tempestuous
just risen sun. "l e'air is full.of perfume ; and'privately! during ;.the l last "
have
mfght had
to subdue into the.semblance of sub- No' better. ..time'than ficeot act easily: ,a ; $
NOTARY PUBLIC.. -sweet clover, 'the dainty after- cbjssion... '5f slept deeply. ; Onppf.thieplptters irioa'potent:eflcct !iiv stimulating/ "Jhe three .years, is proved to render, softwoods RosxwooD.--It has puzzled' 'many .
T math of, the' upland meadows, the this to consummatetheprpject'i which' 1ied the ; sqc 'as white and yellow ,' dark :wood
Oflietia BLOCK f 'D-.d .rebel l. spawnl'fl! warrantl"said stole forward and'slipped ( l legislatfon J toward pine people decide why the. ,
.5OUR.yrs fragrant breath, of kith .delicate :infant ashard.as:bakor_ 't teak, and it will:also -
Corner BAY and PINE streetsJacksooriUe. Captain Scott;("who; arc :you? into the hold I where he<.lit a bundle founding of our nay There ;' so, highly. valued for furniture should!
scent .of sea weed, and ,fresh,, _wet i ,Fishers from Marblehead idriven which: had howeverno'recbrd; : >nor allusion to restor.woOO.'that.has'b. affected be called rosewood. Its color cerbinly .

.Fla.tT sand. )Martha. Taft kisses' her. husband to'sea by the'storro'said; Abner Taft .of'oakum Theory.'of fire..was'been soundedjpn, proyldeJ it in thi 'public;-an nals.. -The,'tradftipii bydiifrot.: to> the original. condition. ] does hot, look like .a rose,i9.w'e

F. COLCORD, (or' the last time'.as he. l leaps In'slow, full'tones, ;Land the: ? peculiar deck and. a ,portion ,of ,the .watch i says'' hat. Abn>r* Taft':.afterward durability. must took for some ..other jrason..

from the low j jettyat the' cliff nto his. accent which'marked;' speech ofHs above;:rushed'below: ,to'.extinguish ilheflames. commanded a'priVateer;J but. his; name experiment two small pyramids TJpoiWg, we are :.told that, when

Successor to Hide and Skin business ofJ. yawl, followed" by his men, .' 'native:,town' ,:'so.different from'that Instantly .Abner-Tatt and unknown except by those"whp have of sticks.were made,; one; ,of preparedand the tree Is. fresh cut the, fresh wOod
"Thee must.'keep good heart, Yankee-landl heard the oral.legend. His after 'cai Jbe ;other .of unprepared .wood. & rose-lie fragrance
S H. CROUXLL. imy of the.. rest .of..... is'sere teen'consiJiratprs'-Sprang like possesses, very strong,
lass" he shoots, as the oars glisten::in -'The characteristic intonation.struck tigers 4heresl0pi f the watch.. Some reer, however,must hare been a dar These were' thenjwelL :'sat1iMeI'with ,hence the naroe. There,are

Corner Bay and Ocean streets/ the sun. "We'll come bactagaJri before the ear' of.the1 British captain, as he were stabbed on! straight to the'heart. with ing and heroic one. .and borne. plen- paraffin .and'ignited. In the, case; of half a dozen or more kinds of rosewood -
;
all the It's in the did if uhrecogmzed iisjut the prepared wood, the. paraffin' soon ir 'The eti s'are' found
Ifigheit: cash pricee paid far Hides. Skins. Furs. thou'ct apples strung. peered keenly and suspiciously long clasp knives :some were\straug. jrultp.. .va
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!&z&c. 7ifewiyT not like goin off to fight the red- faces of his victims.fEnglishroenby. led with a/fell/ deadly'graspi7somewere ; ; another;illustration.of the, thought :of buroed.jtself: ; but without' communicating in.South Ainerkaand'the East Indies

.5 coats": : G-d," said he: hurled; overboard into the seeth- the 'poet in apOstrophizing the unknown the. flames, to.the wood, which aDd' neighboring islands. .Soc eiimes,

GUIS EMILE MOURGEON, Martha thinks of other sadder:partings "no cursed rebel l Yankee ever.talked fonie:'giganticMarbleheader great, and to which I allude in was only.slightly charred. :'lbeOthCr the.. trees .grow 'so large that planksfour'feet
in she the first' of this sketch5- S heap burned; .freely and in. half an broad and ten in J length can
From Park,France lately Foreman of the Statea and smiles gayly return as J like that; 'Pass the word/onrard for flung three men over ihe'rail asif they .- part1* i
Island Oreinc establishment)) waves her red 'kerchief to the: stalwart 'j.hebo'Onlii'll know' 'ein .'dpwri.to bad hecn' infants j ,Nb'' soundsWereheard' : Thdrnameles* deaths are not Fate's fcornfiil ao1s; hour was reduced to shes. The next. i be cut from, one. of .them. These
: ferae 'her dubious bneatt*tw ,tries ; was made .;p"wood-: wed'to
At human expenment
: broad
planks principally
whose
fisherman: huge figure .and .! are
shire 'viUag
.JitwJ\.EING..ui SCOURIXGESTABUSH. the swift was'theclecuticil '
-S so, t.tid; PJttil.ess Mach MdclIar la day earring aiarble dtttirxb '
looms up in sharp' proportions, as he : .The b'sOo a weather-beaten old 2 : .terrible That throoc uw realias'ofitime aad.tpaco;Jitaocic en.huts, nCofwhichhad, been, prepared -I make the*tops or-pi noort WJeigrowi'
some
Ladi Gesriessert Wearing Appszd.S : stands in. his boat, .ag int. the level l salt,-with vilfainous,: .face who ,had or.hiccough!, except of a-dying wretch.l gasp J lQo.-: (41mM.S 7"NUJI. ,'while.the.' tber,.'b.uiJt of ordinary i og lathe forest, the,rosewood

LaceCS .. rays of the sun, anxious catch ,the been one of the most cruel l land.. unr S. Scotch fir, had, ;Dot. A. strong :tie is remarkable for.its. beauty but
aid offer fa* kWcs mut Lace carefully SMwIa.deaaed aad last view,of his wife. ''crimps; in :,Plymouth, In moment Taft and.hiS followers ,ThE, HARPY EAGLE: .OF THE Is- fire sufficient:to, ignite the.houses "was ,such its.value in manufactures asian
t
be.Jkf.FOKSYTH STREET fcecweea Nevaaa and After all, it was only as' he said, fa and scrupulous was' a te>i1 of'gamble;edition. iof were.rhasters/pf the! -decksr' Instantly ".- Two< passengers lodging at made'i :.ecb, and the'effect.was about fornamenfal l woOd? that'some of the
: short absence and there was1' no dan. .u& ; the hatchways and.cabins were closed, the1 'Railroad Hotel kept by.Mr: the same'as'in ,the preceding :experi forest:,where .i it.bnce grew abundantly
his:h cf aft. '
that'' a fisherman's 'daughter, herself .,0, ,.. .,- _. spiked'CaS' a'n7eUjatric' ; 'The' deck Mansfield,-sUrted.tratipsfake.'a: walk'on ment.. A chest containing :;a' parch-I nowy have'scarcely a single Specimen.In 1
S PRINTING. .; ger ured'among all the hardy associations S "Ah, ha! bo'son< here.'sJa.g carrbnades, which: were :always.jjeptloaded. tbe 5th.nltvalongjthe I naj1IiCb\ rnent- document had.',beed .treated by Madras, the government thas.prudently f

of the sea should dread. Had fat piece of work cutout for you ,and .:were draggedinto: position'soas 'which. leads.oit..the. ...c'pisVtp-- Cf,east the process,,and.'was;,thrown Into the had great p1izioccthis !

.' she herself not tailed, away 'to, the your mates with thecat"roatd the. to command:all avenues. of'egress &tbiuihd.staton. ,One.of them flames when at,their,height, and.was e.se :fQt.in-bfderto,1tee !jijpthcsupply. f
and 'time aftertime commander. "Lokaithetheottnd.reIsEngUshrnen' f mc- bnfiaed bdowl Wh'n ean- went, into ;the.thick, woods which taken.out:sometime afterward,charred ,,
THE..-9> .J'EW.S0U77. !. mackerel been rocked grounds on'the, bosom,of the ; ,)deserters' frdni :the noneers 'stoopd 6y the1 .pieces-with, skirt the ..seashore-and'theresawW' ; ; 'indeed 'as to'The'oitide1bu? practically . : : : I

Far from her colors. ,of their.: King.. "Aeytd'f 'pass lighted Hns@ckSTierest; of the large ,bird sitting"o 'a\)low\branch'ofa'treelookitfg uninjured in any other respect.-The A. London 'correspondent of;,thc !
and the deep? : ?
"BOOK
JOB AND ., ,. '.PRINTINGS storm was such mischance as : Yankees ;;,but I *know the, :.breed mutineers proceeded to get the vessel : : ry nuc t fike'a': r large 'jnsi((le.wasquitcopl", a g d the wal seals New York' TTmes mention an, inter- I

.., .",: ,.. thoughts that which was any to inspire heir husband too .welL ,Talk;.'to 'em and Jet'sknow about,, S ,' S |bwk "'lUVjjent: rjipjand'' jt/if pnftheI upon "document wereTntact. est o r theatrical incident 'of'nfceptoccurrence.
-ESTABLISHMENT. .. .what part of Old England they ''helm'liamup :"bird flew It is well known fact,
a deed one, of. .'the.most : Abner7TaftlnitDedi'thc I Kead,wiflTa tick1n,1fle. In.:a government ,gunpowder keg 'a' ,
.' 1 to perform ; hail,from;" : andlaihed he ordered '*sunk its'clawsbihis! .breastandlarrfl' 1h ""been that actors when have'noting5)
. 'remarkable ,in the' chronicles of the il/ast.'whn at hm! ,w J jcnderedfii-proof they.,
times. S "Ay.ay.your honor;' know fem the.men to J Jet.go the ,1 Ieebace'andsquare ; and extepding ,itswings for 'another experiment, .a paperpacket else to do, Always. go to the pliy for

S 'n. It would be worth special articleto by the,very';cut pfthe jibl" answered, the:'yards* The. head p(,tne dragged :him; some,feet :over' 'the ,. 'containing; about two, ounces the purpose or Ir.gan4 bearingthings
'aydccrtp protn'tetoci arc.c juparel, M oecuUi orders CM In' words with the same the. petty officer scraping and putling : gallant-TesseL played:ff,rapidly -And !ground.' His :screams brought his of guDp.d was put, and:'a sheet of from before,'instead 'of.',behind'

".- S paint and touch .with 'his topknot to his superior. soon she headed'northwest.'.' At;the companiond! h.if a&tstahc'CfJand, 'seeing brown'.paper: impregnated with the the footlights. A large number. of

PLAIN ORNAMENTAL PRINTING spirited whicb'Nortoo'an4.De picturesque Haas put similar The; 'men of ;Mrbt b 1d saw the datin.1le r Ct rWirdS',ttid,jwi iha; I .what'was:tlje ,matter, ie itunned. 1:tungstate.was pasted over it and dried. London 'actors 'were anxious- thus, toseeSalvh4but'ai

life, on board .trap into";which'they-batl'' 'fallen, and unseemly .n.it1. ;, he was bound, the. ?irdwith.repeated. ; blows"' :jon the !The keg which 'was open, at the fap, tbeircngagetnentswOuld
on canvas
the scenes fishing-fleet'off.the coast'of.MaineorMassachusetts. obstinately; refused. ,;to: answer' :any ejfher "/oppstonbaior. .'' bead .and,,$|\freeTjU captive. ,They I.was turned upside' down, and surrounded not: permit of their' doing so in

U BUSINESS, cuDS. #SS .. The same now' sitiwas further .que5tlo s.,; ,$eetbg; nothing In the meanwhile.itbe crew below they tiedthe bird and.brought it with by ,shavings, which were the evening, .about four'hundred of
ViSI11 G.UlDS. ; we easily but grimdeatb: before them.they,were had S extinguished the fire after .a':hard them'to; 'the hotel, where it has been I lighted. A_ :fire of'p trolco'm.and. them addressed him a letter,:asking

.-. ...WEDDING. CARDS."BILLHEADS. .' CaD y' the 100 scene years'a so ,realistTc cap. ]yet so going, to"die grimly'and-Ktlently. fighrVbut found themselves imprisoned seCn'by sevetarpeopl.. ; 'L'he bIil is havinp'was kept l u.mi.ngo1 the top him to,give{ an afternoon performance'

poetic-the staunb.stna. kS. riding atanchor ;yv.wav;' with. ? 'eni te/the"'gangway *hilthe.piy'stiri; ui'. noises 'on deck evi4entll tre b.4fpy'eagle' (barpyladestructoY } for about (quarter' of an, hour, with for their benefit. He promptly replied

'.' }looming up like, phantoms and"trice Vm to'llje'graUngV* 'shouted i tbld.'th'em; of Ijpme thar1ablu eventbaying.transpiriK ba"lng: a ;str ng' black' o producing the slightest .effect. on naming the time, and asking;
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.: through the gray mist-as they rock on tHe English:'captain', with a .volley d.!" jA't 1..Erst, ''Captain beak, ;yellow:. tarsi, 'rpunded ';wings, the, ..keg. To ,make the trial still more them ,to come as his guests. The
: azURS nevefthcless'stretch'! some six complete, the.keg.was reversed again play was Othello, and the 'audience'was
aid bisUeutenants.iotbe.sti4pidity which : ,
S swell or dancing on of bath infuriated with the dogged Scott j
the lazy *
POSTERS. ;: ; long '
the ''eni debauch hadLfailed,to feet. Tbebeadisrayish:white; with and .lighted .shavings 'were,thrown in wild. with enthusiasm and exciternent. -*
'" that and exult_'under disdain of the 'prisoners *'Give" of their .: .
: : waves leap '
BRIEFS// .5 fonabovii '-round feathers'' forming a'crest upon the'gunpowder, :protected'onl1 The cheering surpassed anything
long
., S flash noontide, the hoarse cnes that four' dozen apiece, and with?a right notice the ItnrigeeYCDts'going: '
PAMPHLETS' ,..,..&' .: passftom.bbat to boat, the wild life of r wiU"tpoi/prypui and you,' late |hem"- buttbe; poise"of the hanvrnera'svikingthe oo.th crqwtiw'hic'hgivetO it a"npwl-: by' a, sheet 'of, brown' ,papen. The ever' heard in tbe theaterthe
'is fun&ia'&uiana'aud :stood the test. admirably, and shower of boqnets was tropicalandone ; -
like'2sp
hatchesthe' rbllin'ffof paper
Jtt.Ui""or.ALL'KDS. bond' ;
i .,. .. '" ," the.seas tamed down into a shy shall, take; their' placed To'morrpwvit ; or Ame"rIcaV; .but'itii. the solution! resisted; the fire wthbrdughly !lady *eOt'off Into;wild b hysterics
human otltie -C3rtonaClcs..and the:flapping of btber/parts; ;
and with; the will be a ma yardtrth"1rh ,
\ : CDLORZDP&INTWG S ICDGILTWO""f ; .' age sympathy : rt. ** .5 4J < A, hcyadsi'.wpre4at1ast i rdnk1cnensc5.'Utbei exceedinjly i rare". the Isthmus; that the paper, did not and was' carried .screaming, frbnf the
: life; whabbuilds a briefyiflag& over" j, ,. q" o'soa.. execoted.hif ..missipowith and half feet in length show a' sign' ,of charring. Thegunpowder' boxes. The 'unanimous 'verdict of
"' S : laing i : truth.wittunctspfdiseipunetad. It is abbot two a even : .
.' S ,J f 't. 1. _.. _-. ",,. ,-t 11'. ,; .I II11" 1'1.,0 its*..treacherons.!.. ..; "foam..- **.5-, i !ji. ',A,,ctUe1.-deUebt.&nd tpe. creif i iudsiz-fretstrttch: of;Wings.FromIng was taken out and the idOls was that 'Salvini'wasgreatest the. .
F ., 5$ t .--. '\1'-i" "4 ,"" .Bat Tafl.and.his sturdy were':imudcred (witness,1bMvagetbeblodtiizt 1* -v-- >' --' --i; :, ,t? .;'.1
c.: t _._ _.. $:III' ,S1 ...,...iit 'I't ""I. ; .Abncr JtiC 1 cp14beiEJulJ t Ftl Illi St4Trh b1 ;fl' e1oded. actor lirinff. .
-aod tenure''is' d oa' the obcdienc t s..} a.' V"o.u.Ul.tU 4l J rs'; .JcjJ''iL !Ztt j* ns &&* t4uomt t. i
: ; : tKI&PtfUTA."no__. .... ...,"'Pi' j :' mate ;- though :deeply-. Klombly r.l8 t. o1 OT i C 'bHoq"D, rj is'.m t.a'CUL'tiq'iI: t1dJw1.Jbf'! :s f''j.: ta..! !J'.nl f.1{' ihh.jI 04.t"l : .. '.5.--, .. 'rI ), -. "_ I ., : ',.
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;.- --: The _Alliance- -4nd-Wt of Europe with the South ious reasons, do in any other way. entitled to recover-- he ought lo have and the i for support. Thus we t o escape, was_ overtaken A.before he could HoMicn*.-A

Already under he advice-of the'Socitty prosecuted his case under the abandoned on the bonds equipped road, nearly two reach his horse by Mr.Thomas A. Steele week between Coot Oaken difficulty ottmred

The sketch of the address delivered it is contemplated to establish property a t whichse, failed to $40,000 f, in length, passing over and Captain Thomas. A body of colord which resulted In the death tnJM*,MedS
of
; by Mr. Grifling before the Chamber wasxdism1sed..THE vrrork: Jo? country.-- men immediately came and took The the fornp
a bank in London, with a large capital d o. 'Tde'case I up possession circumstances as we learn then
: of Commerce on Monday, published for the transaction of Southern could not at this picture, and in what of him and for a long time the f bllows i Both parties were at a dance, are i*
in this for they had say of the business of unfortunate fellow was in Imminent Branson and while, there see
paper yesterday, gives a very and Western business Medlin
y incomplete Idea pf the and ; a newspapers / NEW SOU which to to impress upon our readers danger of being killed. After being remark to which Osteen took mukni
nature obi
i talked of that will devote itself Tow eiception aad
to Mr
of ; L' _W t. ] .a }rallrqad"through1/ny dragged over the streets and I mmedutelr resented
being )
jects the International durngtq'
Board of Southern and Western interests and a TrusVes in the business and is the Hedlin drew q.j
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S I r fr dr J I. 22AS. ) great pretty badly bruised and beaten, he was a knife'and stabbei
orMississippi-Valleyi-Society, atent1issbeen obtained for "U. $.CWUTII. DAMSCARUJTIfrC. recovered !- l In its wound
p anew J VQ path people finally rescued by the Sheriff, carried proved fatal in a hon
; of London of which,, Mr. Grlffing is tnpdepf,coDs;ructing steamships which VEO. MakID.- his bonds and (rad before Justice Marshall and duly 'committed Tbeve-ba&betsou2capL.flM zi
: the Generaf ?fariage r. In aWnf the also pbtalnedua SInco the construction t ween therajor some time
( will give us'.yessels .tTiree "thousand :J. 5"AIAMSi EDfTORlTO : tothe common jail 0fihp county, par.ind the difi.
Society based "on Uhe Trustees to sell ( has to .be. & where he n"7J **snojAkogeti'! ? "
recognition of ;ions'burden .p'jth a .draf oabout --- : 1 -d= z- grown now awaits trial for his unpro.v oinepyptJ Both
rttrogrta< wftnts"- tfte in4h apply! jtlns ardn9'boasts'ot a, offence -and there is young men are welLand'favorably known
want1 CORRESPONDENTS AND ndTdoubt but
; $ t[weie' feet.-. .In of OTHERS. at
ifyg Jalt'aL.pr'ty men t bfhfs h direct quiet, peaceable citizens '
Sotnlrtrn and>Westerri Stafos pf caplnai Items ef Local interest Are oCdted from all Pftftt of the to Ncw' York. that be Wilt suffer the extreme penalties I of ; aad the iptes l6ns
wHi"YisitlhcSouthunderthe for
Englisjidipitajlfsts
;;aramodcTaterate! State, AUo.Cw*munic Uonsoniubject* ofctnerat applied to the haIqin into -existence,po the law; regret the'fcnfortunaie occurrence art
of Interest
t -Jot auspices oXtbc 'Socjcty, to I Interest,-eipectafljr educational.odal and'.ndostrul I den : ) 4wb thousand many and >! ccxe.-'idrKr. 3ntL
There
nearly is
the4i ii 00 colored man in Ocala
1esonrcesi"and s c; and :Iiear(,for tTiemselvesy! and )HlAbea brief* the(acts and circumstance will permit. *a* bf a Receiver i : doenTan; extensive inte. highly esteemed than Burrelf Daw kins __ _

4 "the want; t A Eurbpe\ safe au'dprofttaWtcf' !_ sad ,pity! ,:X: only ..Charfestop We' arc twtrexpontlble for:'opt alow *prctte d l by four of the ; i CedKeysis-; prosperous I which has been repeatedly.shown by h1e1e'ctIottq ,II I I The Political ::::: ,
''investments' for-surplui correspondents. .Rejected manuscript* cuvVcither contained! fitate butloek"for- *
: / bf ,tie itiipprtarit: cities' of the"ujH be returned preserved. Anotay mcut contributiom I attracted foreign capital'I the office, of Town Marshal itjt.
i vzpit 1. -- irrIf and .West should,fa'iljp : will not be iwiloed.' : .; amounting l<> I and mills and otheVenter- without Opposition. As in officer he THE vunr IIKC nosrECirvrTf >
organ
L 'Southerners who' are' :ir) : a branch oi" the, Society: Whaut : were' acnifl id;: ; Slarke, Bronson', Archer, was.fearless and faithful the discharge -AwAczs, oyEsivE AieDDyIstyL:._
: .Keeping Qualities ofthe boug1t' Uj Vcse have into lite. of his duties' ; rrars ,Mtkcow4tzI.rs.,
correspondence moneyed'' me'u! NcV. ; prange. sprung He now lies in critical
,wfiile'/6r! Orleans Mobilea' .
$.yorth Hrh vbitk i
.(
; fin Europe have any idea jot ;the path 'We'have'long been of the tliat fair business-: This condition but hopes of his recovery arc tkf Editor /tAt ffevr &*tl
L d Savannah 'to'do J't is.Vorth opinion I alpar.' In : i A--Taai
lumber
i :-: ? fill ,. great Jogging, and I entertained by hU attending physicians there are "breakers ahead" whose
tgnorance
: which extstsi;' across the our while to tdoIn'deed..the prpsiiectof with cAreful" Iiand bg' at tho" tlmfr: bif r Will further ; : has been a source,of < In consideration..of his services as fry* will sweep with destructive force fash1g

i : wi Atlantic'uponluost1' matters connect gain tis.immense, .while the risk; Is gathering:( and packing7'the orange could I WUHamsL&: ; p road, and,from which many- Town,Marshal and the.respect and sympathy vestige. |Jan. plot anc 'alliance of thf evqy

1 y.4 w'ith the Southe'rn" States* Before I limited :iqi, the. annual subscTiption olrQerobers. bo placed in market in our'distant clUes public lands, : grown i ri 8 the war ihe prejudice against riivery with a still ; ; for ,investment has been of political .horriron of ..Florida.
B ri I
3ythese, 5ub : jjtions only t in a Sufficiently ionfad'condition to be this'community Town Council at 1 Thesomces
: was an'fnsu'rmHintablebafrier: to: the i Is '! M :!i_ '* _* .M f : ,v : _" pbblic.'lands I and employment their last 'meeting pted the vf these Ijriakcn.arise tt m the treacheroas
the *
following
Soctety supported. kep7&e out of-Ihe hands : marhinatinniof-tiieRln-l
psu- uandsofthep orot' ;i .i.
tnvmtjfofanycOnsjdebleamonnI OUT and
: preamble resolution -
"- (: TKcj ates are ajar.the dividing wall ally the'case.'"We are" In receipt of f ficed at an-- has been : culminated in the election of
: impulse
of arffromiE L WUEBEAS The Marshal apemucntic
foreign in' of the
capital the Sbuth Although' town
,' isbrokendown. It with Charleston The absolute. r I Speaker of the !
rest AsrtmMy. Tresldenf
$ 'of
:
II 'growing vegetables for of Ocala
Cheney of .Burrell Dawkinr fn tern
Esq. in
State and railroad bondrwere ; t1der of the -
Mr Vose'a Senate United
I States
.' COS.1y4whether; SouthCarplLna, ; market, which Js Senator and
steadily formance
of bis the
I ctttider especially favprablecircumstances'eagerly shallenterinandenjoy 'the.; blessings: chester, N.H.f .which! is.; tlmportant injuries jto, I ; C.. :B. Dibble, ,Esq .and I rI jnred therebyrenderiog duty.basbeen hIm badly in- appointment of that" Cbigh; sonodlnglmoih.

taken-bp: During the war of high cretlit abundant; fact in.this relation, and should, be Jcept I; compelled to : 91 Rosewood hare be.en. incapabb.of piece politico-religious whipper-in, *&4 is
I. oipitalat, a *' performing the duties of his office,and I nejtber "flesh fish
abdlimmediately after its close; some low rate of.interestdirect ;jrade and i mind by!every,tfrnit-growrer jn Ftorav stood 'by fa creating. this ,busi> WHEREAS, The Said Burrell Dawkins ring," to succeed.lhe, fowl late, nnr- good red tr.

; -light broke In''upon Europe ; but therc. ample imhgraton,.. hzch willcrown) I I Mr J Cheney says:. -'r&aw [three figurcsL! : ; Vapid' and splendid returns t has been a faithful, diligent and meritorious only colored representative.J.C In ,the Gibb a ,tie

: was*till a dearth of trustworthy information. the cflfori .of the'Societ'y,when its wjse Florida oranges hero in perfect >condi'tiobi'May The ; : wiW largely enhance officer, therefore As the apporntm-mt of Hicks was'apparentIv Cabinet.

; : The willlheness' invest the Florida this industry.Tne'amount Resolved, That the town employ the price paid for the election'
and profitable shall have -1st,Vhich Isent from 'Jack i I Haaoah
plans become : and
', mahifest but' pany fowls, turtles;:etc., that I is physician to attend him' and June by the Ring
;
was head-center.
the of in- upon
; > means ; pay as a
? sonville wily con
facts.-.Cli 4th
-f accomplished rle.slon. Courier February They were picked I Iat he obtained Ferrandina nnd all expenses incurred thereby and .that cession in furtherance of. bli -

.-. "yestinjj"wisely were lacking. As a I ,/. .-. . 1 Leesburg about the last 'of January about ( 'almost,surpass:belief his pay as Town Marshal be continued, 1876, it w but natural that the' avengiiigRe.re-etecuo j in
consequence, mcney was pwt in Arnerr: They were 'nice' and 'sweet Interest to ; ; () the line of thu road are /1 -'":'Ednner. v'The publicanelement.which
without
; even
; i a read/10
-; lean ventures; which'had.'no other 6ar"Mufifcrpai Indebtness. .aroused the _
on subject of 1 : punish treason in the cainiWiflake
I merit than hfghisounding name and anelaborate ti-h spchtupotithem,'arid apparently(wpud Toi.a : ; ::: : ; ) a'ewycans' there will be Sute Nomina'inz Gmvention of the
,Ip speech..on ValUfc 1876
&t .. .. flaming'iosiedts./ 'They-turned ou'tbaHly 't It ject of1 m'umcipaf indebtness", lefcc. have kept longer.j Ilatl! been..kept [inf i awwtcelhir. : Quantity'shipped to.vttribus ;of'Cotton: Waterloo to the ,renegade pretender. He a

'1 ,:.and th1actand the"cloud I the Massachusetts '] Dot they .often, keup S he| has' road,''through lailing'm The total value of the exports of every has scale! J his own fate, and aI.! i&e AaKin
Legislature,,,'a".few cash''from' : which it-wa. description from''the United Turk' Island, with hi* nuhsiJized
'' construct States for newspapers
'1- cast the State debtS : 1ong( .1 was A little surprised. -
upon" by absolute since '
days ,Hdn. the'last thrown in
JEdwardJLV Pierce Taylor : ,maintained, itself fiscalyearwas' $652.913,445 in cannot, save him. Soclj u ihe. -
r 'rascality and general financial distress, made spine* ..statistical showing's of, as I iStnto ;: .freights,, :nnd, its. profits gold. Of this amount $211,223,680 Son penalty ''attached' to alt ''perfidious'amfcirfool
"
4 brought'thecredit"/ of the South to ihling.characterddrm'liicn it appears. A'' Great Paper,. from sinking increase the future account of cotton'- Last year we exported To suppose.tbaJ jie will caich Denclne
(
.. ;'kefo. Tliis'lert. to the formation-in .*that..while our national debt)S The other morning'we'lound' i r $100,000 ;() ;; ; : beep for'the building"of 2,093,075 bales; Of this quantity votes with cuch'chaff'a* Hickx. would be as

.; : 1873, *of the1 InternatiOnal Board of $2i4ofoppop6the7debtsi ofthecv rnall matter-a; : '*towns And villages!! England bought about ,$137,600,000 I clumsy.asa iear's dream., The Democraw,
largo'bundle which of cOurse all
we trill take hewn throw
: Trade Tota1am't1u hate been. built 'these ln- .Worth, or'.900,000,000( in' their
whose pounds. France
1; better,acquaintance purpose between is to tultivate the aa eral Stales $396,600,000, 'their county: ih'ought'rnight be:Scorn bur Scnlor,'wh 0 And for,1 this' ; I id 'never have been, 'devel; ]I. pat4, .us, for cotton..about. $27,500,000. "divie.pathway ; but ,wh n riio time come to

peo- debt.$I 8OOOOOOO, our city.and town: is absent! : at the meeting of, the'Ceniennial I. Voso trying to lands-- along its' :route Germany used ofounieading staple n he will find out that they-dnn'i
: ; pie of Europe ''and the "divi worth a cent withr
__4 'South and" West thepeople''of kiiirtinninir iudcbtness.is $570,060,000. In other ..ComuiUsioD, but which proved to claims which he remained unoccupied and the past .twelve months ,I7500,000; *. Thf thin.' !h aoainct Repat ihrir>licark're'netrailf
; thereby worcls, more than one-sixth pf the.entire lie follows: ; ,us strange as it may seem I, worth. Of cotton go'od-i manufactured and tmditioh Witnes
the Carl
a of *
; Inler-Occan for.the Schurz.
copy 21stiostant. Reuben
: dire&tat1eetending business "rela'lions' ; in tlila innntrvva Q4nIuh.4ri 4O
b debt of the UnitedStatesis judgment QA
public : been.benefiUed by the Fenton
; ; A. C. Wjrmoth, 1>>ol i tile and
with Old -Todd1 increasing ''ito- i ,consisted of eighteen sheets, Mr.Yulee and l ndest in'thcir 000. over 1,000.000 of others.
heldjnthecitis. and towns., Below denuncia yards which went A* the head center bf the' Romp1 has' evIta..
: : migration and securin the'-ihfluJc'o f .we give .In tabular fprfti.the indebtedness the ;cntire number amounting to! 144 his Kauroaa win their great benefactor. It to England.' The greater part of our tat> ,cnme out of the,HtUe end of the horn

: > foreign capital.'The( 'headquarters"are 'of a 'few.of ourlarcer! ,cities, as pages. This is undoubtedly the largest cst'for, >bout .; i conviction bf the people; cotton fabrics' *howeverwent;; to South and-alL his plots: and-counicrplom.have miscarricil -,

1. in tondnnandfhe! 160 Internal to the Keys, that, they America. Brazil received bve'rt 2,250- ,it rea.nably appeals that therein
( -
Society pro1 nearly as can !be ascertained :. single Issue pf ny daily newspaper ever m ont Bonds religious duty if 000, yards alone. Chili bought $204- little need in giving him or .4 f his henchmen very
I IIJ ILP UiIII, i1 ..New Vorlc. ._, .... _..._ sent ''from the any
UJtiI..II
:' 1iIwLSI -- t'jo ooo.goo press: The contents'ofihe'ektra Past due single to down 970 wbrth', arid Mexico 8150,000. cnrtsidrratinn in
sum any connection
'
1 go ) ;vxhnie
and other" Ihfladdph'ft 1.-i* '.'._ ... .._.'../n' -
7 .1 "trustworthy channels, md Boston.x '> ..j.- n.. .>ii" ..._ sto9aoooKCW 54,000,000- space in"this; Issue Is tho Tax l nterest-- ; : without,damning Mr'' India bought about 8100,000 last year. Gubernatorial succession. lie has with g 'at
to furnish to its members, accurate information OH-" ,. ,..' have Of other'classcs deliberation and '
: I r.inrr. --- ?-- -- JOOOjOOO List for Cook county Illinois, Coupons ) y carefuUyinquird. in goods not classed as I shpHnr m nin worked
upon all poinjs bearing ;.- 19.000,000 embracingtb'ecity" due tins'strange uiigreatful cotton fabrics,"8750,000 were himself beyond the pale of both i rtie* mistrusted -
Chgo.. .......,.......,. of exported. ;
: pbnirac1ewjth the South' nd,' West.; Vaihinton 25,000,000 15,000.000 ;Chicago, and is. a fat take failed 'have'explained \Ve: imported last.year goods made.of: by bath, and wanted tj ckhcff HU

{ tt This information will embrace tfm'cly SL -.- ,;_-.-, 4,000,000 sufficiently great to .fill ,our excellent Total : ; : for.it. It is a habit ac American cotton-valued at $25,000,000. policy of casing every prominent colored man

F .: v" reports of changeslri'.mercantiie laws, .:... 20,000,000 s.ooo, Governor with envy. Theopy for this 'Truly,a ; ; a cause and indulged in -Ntw.OrleanstTimesf with"down the'creetl and,out/of* the has been* !d ia1petfcclkee" ) ]>ing
i
.1 .._.1 Yoso"holds! Mr.. ; and 'so:continually :that it > guard. /
I'-repcrti of list
the'character of goods'con ) Itaburgb 5,000,000 covercd>13,870 pages of mannscripti A&the "culuretlrvopi. arathc anxoThrg

,. i'sumed; and ohthe; sources ,ofstipply; Mob1 ... 5,000.000 and required the i]laborof- thirty:of the road fully'due for ;he him full- : If Mr fashionable* Yulee should, popular;.with-, State News, element in the RepnbBcan party of.Florida,

3 and current'pricei together wi'th"uggestions ... 'r. 10.000.000 1,000,000 best compositors in the'city twenty-six him arid : 1 some other;section .he The KeyWet..Dia.ecAaoiices the new !let 1876 them!, ATuh keep* such an eye t.nch single on the conSct,of

I '' relative to direct trade, the Here; we.lave the indebtedness ofiflanount days to ''put it In typo. Twenty wag compel the State more* systematically sand convent building-'in thai city,- which it pronounces Cbno-er. \Vm. J. Purman rnateriaJ.as, Judge Knight SB.(

facilitirs'for'transportatfoii bfoods, .. feettj"towns1 jrhtch exceed ons'were'required' to ''deliver*the paper,. J bonu.s of pvcr $ : abns d,, but Until he does the most splendid structure of'the Dennis EaganJS. Ad.iuvy .Harrison Reed
'
'''the ratesof freht-ird duties; the t the entire indebtedness of all the States I to ttie cityrsubscribers than this; he : this kind, there can be !no kind in the State. : : : J. W. Trice, $ icroian O-nant, H. Bi.sbeei-.

d '' customs egulatjorts; &c. The' Socrcicty -- a Territories. What'*)OIK peppteofthese' I that'morning. pire, ,on the in this madness. The ex- A NARROW EscAre.'-- Tvro'yonng'men,, L. Ware Chadaric& and many $herjthe

: '-: vrHplso| provide Tacilhies for the t towns know about'thet! debs? every"a6re'qf ungrateful spirit only Thomas Roberts' and Samuel Juhn*>n on I "colored troop' can re-organize the pony"on

;: ttiorrpf Eyropeah'..iriariufacturesdf Who'lias"incurred, ; and why ?: The Southern Lowell! be ''forced upon I more a man docs for his Monday last,,went'but-.in:i a-boat,engaged in such.tasis-i1 1876 as will remr ,c Wencc
I 'it .t" '' l : Write a o'fthe pleasure; and ruore.lhey require of him. f netting between here and in the ran&and a'gnfn unite*the entir- any
tI A- tn : h"tions And now will *h,,y V* f>a J ? Thc.cre correspondent Haiti Sandy Key when a I force'V"ith
his Wejiaye .
G
: > personal : shown an whirlwind >nover, f->gar .f Cmaat for
more Hum
: The whence suddenly struck the Loaf.
place ,write
-'> ;' in.fbe Uhited'5tates", rajiil''wiH'proctirc ; I questions to which not one citizen I i Columbus, or'as we in the'pride I. of; Mr.tVosets, [ equipped road that has been I were riding at anchor at the time to'a 'smwlancl' They]r G>>vernor, and.VaIts or Scott (far.Lieutenant'

special 'information regarding in i a thousand ever gives moment's our harts often speak it;; the"Lbwell of ready I $ .over a poor and the- boat immediately sunk' to' bnntnm,, G-ivernur, the party cart march li nct>ry ntxt

"" cnterpTise *hlc&seek foreign ca'pital I .t houh If,they ever do think about L the South"-and'prehaps: from its securities country, We conclude;; l leaving,its'occupants on the water, and tl.ey year with 3000 majontf. We have the Ylites

p IJestfles! sending'f$nisi worthy! agents1 to) them, they say, 'Ohl! wellwehave. a Lt cotton[ 'factor1es-thosouriguet! numerous is but.this is riot jnll '.' \vill not require- any might have found a watery grave a* they were t ihe d it with, ami all that1) is'necessary ji for

I examine andr report 'upon' important! Mayor and'' City Councils to'look after n inappropriate; Three miles: above The securities : of argument convince a considerable distance, from laml on.either, honest, met leaden and manager*JM4hcI

'k ''undertakings in the South and West this business;'if they don't, do their the city are the falls of the Chattahoocbce, 'hands ficed of for the$ I'i II to the-BIu.proposed Spring road,from. be- side condition, fortunately immediately another hastened boat seeing their r such I any standanF-Jiearcrs in step ap.I )UIljla in the the lead fnmt as and trill place steer

,- *-'Rooms are provided in London and I tluty l >we, will! turn them out at:the next t producing a water [x>wer sufficient to p ar.< Out: I and ought to be built.cao This I I rescue. Key Wat Dispatch to 'their (for the benefit of the party and not to advance

:".- at the principal American arid European electiori. \Vith this observation the turn many;: millions of spindles', From the Trust. the AtlantiC their own personal interest. Let every truepartyman -
,ocean and I
thence to the town, on both sides! of the .-Th'e Alachua C/Vcvia'sjys: There.irilf Iw fully mike his mind
4 branches, wliere the information citizen' considers his .Hut/ done and I l 1y- .order of the ; Mexico at the Tiarrowest up Itrescue
,
river shipped from tliis:
are most eligible and dsirablo mill ( ; place and'Arredonllo -flex I the fallen fortune of his pan anil $hrrog it
*'! aiidstatTstic; collect: 4 wilj'be recbrd- year >fter year the' stealing gpes''pn I sites, 'suppose tho mill 'ofColumbus I. !lawyers,, ".' ; ;Its'entire length I week, wntcrroelons .bj. ihs car l liad.- .Mr. back/. tot its*'<>M< mnoing". A* jherrTr noUnhd

; f 'eJ for reference( and-wjiere the 'mem and the debtis piled up for 'prpterity Manufacturing Company, situated :directly per"'day or twenty.sIxmilesand! I Whiting* has the finest field:hereabuuts.j -AL I States,*-Senator tn1e eTectedbsfore1S79 '
.
bers can meet for consultaHori arid I to' pay: ,at the falls,1,owing lo the peculiar and Eb. air ; : across the heaviest thai Judge'V.. ,K. .Cessna 'received advices Irvin this State; unlesrf a vacancy should

,, 'discussion.' -. And :this state ',of'things will con formation-of the banks, and.,islands ol It thrce'years while I therichest.fruit; agricul. from Kew York 'dated the'2t, crediting him occur, we all,can *pare more time and give

i t I : We have said enough'to show that t tinuejustso the river! i is operated with less expenses, expenses section in the State;; with sales cu"cnmherxat" $3.50. 'and ?quashe'i closer attention to the efficient, reorganiniion
!long a's'the"private chr (
;r as. .far regard the, motive than all the rest of I of the lands ara already! r $2JX per one bushel crate, and IrUh (x>latucs of the party in the State. 'Tf.e party'ie etb
.the"Jnicrnaiprial"? Board bf Trade, I if ten: fails to; take part in "the government other 'in the world.The power, the sale of lands. cultivated. It 'insures a I at $$JOQ per barreL faithful leaders and stan.abi-bearen'! not
any and
1 ;roperly' ; imaniged and supported, bfili ''cUy." We cib hot 'mean 1 Phoenix Manufacttirlng Eagle with Thus the State across the pcnriisula' and I Through the kindness mastcTJ.. If every.leading mi*| In il will sac-
.1 'Company t of G I. .
'' > J*' McKay
cannotiaHtd bait vast benefit byibat1hat Value of the most' remarkable, r -ifihk pcrs.in.il ambition l jbewcccss bfhii
to legitiraatc eifery man must .run, for a 'capital stock of 9 1,600.000, employ of we'were permitted t'i examine a of $ ;
I .. : arid lipnest enterprises fever f office, &preach "Refpfm" from/the 800 hands! run"three mills; and turn*out sold, ( springs In the world, State;direct from Washington, ha Map all,our Ihe party; arwl strive Irf place t >ne'' hot 'nriel-*
ving
ii 7 1 ,V nd: inthe.: South 'and Westj provid-1:: house-tops, :bu ;that every citizen many;varictcs<,and. patterns 'of goods My'dej ball for time'the to come will be Ijfe- Saving stations located-- thereon, ,'fol fi
; ed that no suspicion can, be cast upon should 'make,'it 'a part, ,of his duty tos.eejhat This company can scarcly supply Uie constant Mose Taylor ( who tourists. and I lows. iK-yfi_ y : : .'/ T victory T /

; ;: its motives, and vttiat its Information those to, whom He has committed demand upon itforitsar l.-le?. Tl.ii Cash paid : annually visit,.oui I P 'X<>Tnl. tl--Aliuut' ., 1.hi--.t-i j miles riortli,. of Indian** Rirer r WILh the RumpRing swept away./aad ts
and argument <* :T
: shall ,be, disinterested as well { mills of the company are the only pries in ycrs ( necessary plans, 'scheme-and 'atte'mpt I' Democratic
as .com,- trusts.prpperljf'dscharge thc.m'. and No. !
Imrtily'dot- One
2 and half ,
miles
; the {Jutted Stales where the loiutiful Cash.paid north of what
i ; plete jBjr constitution: ";he Sof"'cie'tyis :: We: believe thai with1 all. the cotriij p- cotton blanket* are' niannfactured B ceiver and ihoughts that havVoc- is known ju-GilbcnV JJar, at -Sm, ijicic alliances fear the defeated euTt%.' If and the exposed heatd-centCT!, we need not
{ d.ny
-, ; prohibited from ? in"an lioti whrch exists the of Rok*. .
-'i- trade or speculation whatever.'* squandered and we hope it will give N"..3.-At Orange GroveJIIaulo.ver.3- up
; every far through ighoranee imported directly: from FrancdThen I bf a faction, lie might be 'desirable to
; 4 *rhis puts"the .Society fn ""air.bnditon, | rt ,and' Incapacity than ln stolen are other companies herein; more or less: Total paty ; ; ( ; 'to out citizens' to N'north. : of NeW) Kfvcr Infef. .s the Democrats as a clumsy tool tn serve their
V At Kl.
t'y : :' vto speak without prejfudice. But some That much of this waste fs.V.navoid flurshingcoditioo, and there is no reason I, In the facc'6f with a. vigorous 'determi 1 .-: '! other-;Jhan pie, mistrust the'Trnst'es that has had such i 13 nothing behind JUt t/that if he
ihlhg more is necessary, that'the man able under our system:-of contracts is I general* in suet bf can No.5..-About 10 miles Norsh.of. except Ki
auspicious Flu-
enterprise since the distrust.'results avoid beginning. Cape does bargain, )br.has o%hiBg" 10 deliver Ifbe
: agerssh3ll! be nien of'1 character nd probably! truer but that tens'a d' huh* ; o duty, issue we shall rida abtiye Bear's Cut.: jt
1 -: the part year, wbyother& should! 'not be ability the raid- rS say some : depends on flick as "a "sncce juj dn m-
position wfiose Tliese ualions have .
dreds of thousands of dollars coutd ; ; 'rapid .been.locatn'ljLy the
fames'wllPgive'cpn- ; besaved.ljy fo/racd. growth of Jackson mel, be counts without hU h.*t ; for the dictator
: ** ; 1' making npon'ibe
department and it !k
ndehcc, f nEtrroje'latidVho cahnpt be the ekercisepra watch I. ---- ------ -S i-_: ; beautiful! 'section around shortfy expectediw issue bf cvrnpninJie' undidares for Speaker
unprejudiced -
t q -- parties fo a trickery oKdecep. fiilness'onthe'rlarf; of,the citizen; bx J The -Vose- .Case;" pursued Mr ? .-'Oco7a Ban jns Proposals&c. :for 1'er.n.2 the(ceiin k'.irou4-of of*niiable: build and Senator i is lao imbitious and slippery *
"flori. 11is? niaratitee i- Cfl2aCinE Dl I bird to play second fi-ldle to a figure head.
t Twe'hayc. The payers; whose interests are directl A lboU. S. Courtj inn
business
will need this
ft* ;7 sclal form of the U. S. .Circni It ; notice.-A r of He has enchered (JIea. and
>
n consequently
,' Pfcs.itfcJDt of tjie Society, ToKn Crossly, concerned must be )patent to all who Court-, Judge Bradley, of the Supreme an outrage upon1 j Disturbance.- the.Gulf! ;
: & 'M/P. Of Halifax; Yorkshire, is.onebf'ihe' j have any1 knowledge of 'the way btmunicipal in Court, presiding,'convened --in-Jackson As a matter'ot Good Templars of Key West had a. In.conclusion, let me 'warn the hejd fl : weilthiestriapbracturers in Engnd :- buisness is done yule ion the 12lh inst. and adjourned Coup nbcId- wasagain -thrown Into'a xpirited ce'cbration the to retrace his bteps. for his odors are'sees by

} t % '' a d M 'upright as, lie is rick j ;The time \ coming when the scinceJ6f this week. -. .. belong to:the : excitement, last Tuesday very there en Ijth. TheKy every, thoughtful Republican, and carefully
"' The most Improvement.; rigging, report, of A pistol : says -ate icoq; mcrnbcrs: jhe noted. Let him will
; Aojonftfie directors ar SirS: !; Gi )- 'rauhicipal gpyerhment 'will .te the important matter whichoccupied W asiured too nhat he ,
I -' bits the attention of the Court the payment of such that Burrell Daw- various leroptrance.organizations in apopulaof hear again from the *" .
( was
Seorge
Wostenlioltn sli. P. study ablest! '
pf
our 'minds. New Marshal
c : anti case Francis Vose against the Trustee Mr, Vose on the had been killed. 10,000, ;M6l)6c pntr.-
*: Admiral Eliot, M.'P., James Meakin i II belter; systems of government will then of the Internal Improvement.iFund of: where originally, of Hast week had not yet, :The }location JaeksonyiIleMay 13,1875.
cf thct
f "VT. A. Malcolm and E. j. Reed, R. be'\devised, and'the, abuses, ..utidecj r this State .Tbis'case came ;on two If there,was I this intelligence was like has- been Lhc.bjetu1criticim Agricultural College! ,
tip and
; i
t U
t 4 : $1 C.; B, M.-'R, whom we know to )> which we: noW groan will be ;doncre questions, one being the petition of Voseto inaUcasance of' lighted (torch; iintd a possible that, sectionatisin has induced *| ne JACKSONVILLE

t -I' "gentlemen of High position, lark away. But, in'the nainLime'wemu St have the Trustees attached for con Voso against arid for several hours disparaging remarks about it, hut.we are sat Corrected Weekly B.Jtoautdrocer. streetVOWUHCAMK

4 ': jneans and grea abihtv. And th6 make the best of wliat. we have., Ever ; tempt foralledged'' violations of a cer and .upon ; was .the.scene of a isfied thattbCl location1 is a good oriei" ter- by Jr Bay
( 'tranches established' ; tainvdecree which had been rendered were rendered, armed with all sorts)of r sons who are well acrplainted* with th&cection -. -. u.
already in h'e exrfenyiture ; every cbntract "should b by Venison, fb--.i--, I "* *
filled the per S
air
c against with'loud
; ". Uotted'States are; 'under Hie' control! !rigidly examined, the court, the.pthefibeinga motioq oi I of its location; say tbat.it j a.: beautiful$ cuuntryt Chickens, per pair.....;: ,.'.....:.'. 16So.!
by .citizen. and pot only and; .threats of with
: the
: u- every the part of thTrnstcSW hayoth-do. revenge. advantages of( good water, good Chickens,half grown,per pair -
J :4f'iin'"sia&ftng. CyttisH. Me- Officla) approval is not? sufficient, as cree Itself aci aside. Concerned, but'a been committed bya'white health, and. very desirabte.a.va tropical fruit Turkey;eacSr(few tn themaitP
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Turkey,small,
CormicIr: ; { resrdertt of the ChicaKO extitri has already1 taught' Municipal The case l Is oneorsotnncliinipbrtanc dignity -of 'the' : : infuriatedblacks' -stopped grbwing-region., There 'are ;other important Wild Turkeys per Ib- .:,'...'.., .w 1 A 59 $ 'S IS

sl4Th:3ich'% ) 'Cliarles r.rCh6utead, of 'the government, Jike that tf th e to the people bf this State, and one >vhid interest; of1- the : ;and looked upon .it advantages connected' with its !location'which Parmdges,carh- SO lj 2*

t <1-St."LouU: ; Branch; Joseph Hi Oglesby) State and Nation should be onl is *o universally inI5underst odtb&t merit of its ;,of awaor races i it may not be advisAble to mention, the utility 1150.
not Iy
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bands 'pf iu been for the of which however,the futurc'will Mullet, string ._ .
of the l>Tew Qile,?RS Branch,,'Ab: ijurr of the pcofjie and for!the pcpple! bu we belierd a general 'statement of the Madison. th remarkable -Rahzka IferaU.. demonstrate S*iecphcd.pernnng per ,, _-_ -. -..-.... 'S so 0 IS
-, 4QFk, othe ;thc fobiJc.Bfanch GeoV --- facts connected withit.will ba accents Recorder. 1 ,on. part of tho I Easy each-U: :_...;.:. J1IA.-. *sf *

-', Davis, 'or; 'jhe feiWnW Braocb, : : -. tie to put readersFroqcls /; .... : a-nrtreadful, th'a'more moderate' I The Patatka 'JftraUiiyi 'Tbd Tckgiipl i Shad,each. -_- 9 *S
Vosi?is,citizen ofewYork : .riot' would I les/or.th$ new jjnc between this and MEATS.B .
I IJtanch.There A. P.'Brannlp,; oOhc( toufsyilfet bcclsiori- -of- 'an''CUfau Impbrtmnt" Southern" and was formerly tneniberof the firm, In our last issue ] While the truth fe,1 the .ckicravillc are all up. The wjrelKtweenn place I Beef ton''ClipperJbLiL Fulton market Ib H. fT':! _. 3
-- F, are\ scores tttngi .1 ; of Vose & Livingston of that Sty.; About, our readers aa. about the -occur t place and Gainesville, has been removed I Mutton,(scarce)per lb per._ n_-- @ IJ
- -.:: ,, .-- -7.. lI Ii ) i.ti! Court the'Tyar18.9 the Florida Railroad done* .with the: man n tii the new mine,and the cable for!beopiicsiti e Pnrtr' I-' ;"_ 1 I '2
on ; |
purchased tbelllne
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and shore of -
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1. 'sQce4y; fore j bfCtaiijb-Iay dclvred an bpinin Iron from this firm; add'gave its Co's. Railroad ,; were Joh'nj'riveirwili be! laid as: Shoulders,per !Ib...... -- M '*

_ r crLtdlc4 9 idVorcjcrcind In th csA1ex. L. P. Green,.who not endorsed by llpn. D.- L. Yulee, draw;a lesson' .and. overtake fcstec'm' him, will soon as the wire is-up Jacksonville.' This White Bacon,per Ih ,, ,_-_- V '1rtotr
; thy Daw- give us direct
I communication with .
the
Jn domiciled placing at same time In the nandipf of'our citizens ; Jacksonville *
ad''ci in
I --T- (-v ? -- ouiii iS62f was .Nashville, the firwTas collateral as theblacks"- and would L ,ami St. Augustine, .- White, per bM __- V1
orie. ban 9
(? aJclt'iV- furnishing but before ihe scnrity, coflstructiori of the ], ....-.. "
-, i Informs9n just, capture of that city'pnt' dred .and equally as much. A grand excursion Extra Red,per bU.S..U 9 J
?' J'C.dvapUfics ninety-five Internal, Iinprove- and Gulf Ballroad to J. ck* iiv5Ile and re* Superfine per bbl- _- .> J'T'" '.W I
J an'd.tb ,lo ,lhwcouotry; ) furihcr South/ talcing U-Jth ) ihia mont Bonds for one thousand uyllarseach' I TOO the distqrbance was a turn under the auspices of??Tbc Ancient City: !Com M l.per sack_ _- 3 50
great
object
_ Europe wll ,bc nc1ciiiiW : ta'rgeldo nt' ( ,from Hcrnando count Hominy, I .. k4
ofniopcy of.a firm for .,. Some four or flve'ycsrs'ago. the Tf Go's, ?, Hr'cDepartment, will Lc given on Monday, per --;-
.. C; arlc>toi) has ccriarnjy riiany.rea'sf0'rjo'ininghands whom he Vas an endorser, When firm of Voso Livington having been _was; tqconncct'tho lie came to Ocala to runs jth.,returning An the morning of the 91*h I. VBOTT.Com.perbu .

'.> with Jibe Inter- Icavng) tic was possessed of .certain dissolved, the note and bonds'camp into oceans_ by 'means created for his sick father; A Grand: Ball will be given on'Monday evenIflg Apples Limes per per dot.bbl ---..........;__...- 10 9 4 1$
which
i v., nationaL Caara.ofTrad; The imc buiUingjn Nashyilie the 'posassI notMr.' Voseas-part- bf r the narrow; : a disturbance willbe fret ij.the excorsioni-sis, LemOOpCVdOZ. _-- -_ ia $
_ k *. .c.5!!' Jy| is, jHUi; ffto, >arat jn tfie werfi fcet e4.ty hsliItiI$64, his share of the> assets, jMr., Vosogold: When .beingcori; ; : Seeing that he'was *ir4. one, ..dollar:; to non .suiicrVlsIng tickets fur
treasury Mr.- the '
excursion
liquor Harris '
'refused GLtW.
; .. mpuhsflf( the,bonds with9ut giving notice to, )he relience I including the. Ball I,
local
Kurojjcans, : .on
lut.lhry ,kno.w agenjs as abandoned The and will bflJioo-'for"gentlemen el
ftout.for Mar and #
Florida 2,00ifor
I property. R.R.Co. for email /
.. IJale n// its condition a sum, bought; forward to.bigger : Oats, bushel
( $ & advantages arid claimant averred in Ju's petition that them Jiluos'elf applied"the him arrested. Tho .mar ladles. ,! Augustine Preu.Ve' per '
4 amount ; be .
as
a :
_ Jr! 5PPcW/ and less still o( |He con
i .;.tr'tiori; arid prospec.ts: ,of $outh Cirolina. ih.e.court: said'.dul not ,trcnglhen hiscase : In N.WY'ork; against the Florida R. R., nandina 'was>rtery-but ; that be was dodg of the vegetable trade from this place,and are Bauer per Ib'- ,'._*_----.. _. ... 339 7i f
$ ,f'vc are cpnfi'crit! that Chaiestpnariil I lie and Mr. Yulcc and .: ; i with a; loaded pUtol I of the"Opinion,from what'we can'see and hear Cbeec, per -.-_- w is
recovered
jas ; '
i ;, voluntarily entered the jodgncai speck on the that, withina circle/of lard. pCTlb... : -. .. .__--_--. .yitg,. soEns.
? .Sautfi Carolina, can hold their .own* cncioy/ji lines', *lhc vf seizure fur about (165,000-full amount of I r was. unnamed.. < : slgnto shoot him as {wo'miles! around ;our .(*c*rce.) doi .W s w s j
act, 01thejropt.i.asa : ; offered., Mar town, are enough .wateruelon'*, PoiaLnc bui1ieL.-... ,
____ : 'andmore, acaiust poy, other ;ii'r principal and Interest to the: datejof r than half tn load flOWs .more f's iiper -- f; ,,,s S'2,
vwar hundred
: m the grown one and
- 'tneasureitjand meantime fifty -
t ,: : 11SLa in LIRe, 4 inj au it rftrutejio!' jJ>0ercnre, whctbct i it'' was judgment.IloId4'tl demanded 1B7i.Mr.Xgso from tha cama to the moat part* ; Sam np Miller, .another, cars., The first shfpfnent wijl be':made: about; Onions,per bush---- ,. :. .-
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the ; inviting to the MISS rcvrr
of
tlie-isih lane and then
whple : iteadiiyand Intel from firerto
nd ; ten
:: tees arrested him. Powell ;
L :> ; of tlio Peach __ _
: % ;payraeDt bonds'arid'oyerduocoupons along the'Hwbf car i-ttd will te wnl **; ] -1 35
ligcjitly laid bc/bfe/ : diily to 'Northern
; Th *
rlatmaJnt but BlackbCumnts ,
bejjeopje.ipf ,
the "Bought ito.; jccco.ycr on (which did not"rightly' belong ( ; as tba/'were per lb---- 3 4* 35
j between. markets
In Many of bur : be
sent la ,
raelprm.will i 'S
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jo,. 9J-fj'\Yor) r u V.a" n.s*& tiw :apt rf r thc'grLuof; ahmplied ccntrac| aruj to' iiirn\amowiUng 'in toll-to: ritafly, Completed betw whlcV he'he'drew.a had single Macon, [Atlanta; JNash'vilJe,;-LoujsviJIei Si.' Apples _- P11L'i'O$ ,) i3
wojk ;, but"wltJ} i1einihe1ternattotia f the lia'Djtify.ofrthpcovcri 100,000. secreted Louis '
>mejilf6)r) trie cticb Iron and and Chicago. .The rai$in2df Te cta- SO1CDKKS.
1 : Buard of Tradeycll managed Abroad I acts-of its*officers.' "M The" : Thu.Trustees denied the liability of the, able It'to ,-placbd It near the Mar bles and melons forTTortherh markefi has but Wo 1_ and courier no Trust Fund for the principal of bond -fired. .->Tbe shall pane> just begun.'irtourCounty'ajui'-we1; Wood sawed cord. 5 75
stoutly supported here at hdtue, action can be maintained "ob Jtbat the. Of through freight* & ; have no )jyj1irthciapcvcw'-- *. 75

_ : ran do for us n-hat we cannot, for ob- ground, and that if the .claimant- r.as u under the Florida the Internal Railroad Improvement bad been sold lavr Ir r I a polled fatal it blow to rely to its to hare*fta
_ Powell I Hcn.ystraiDedptTpt- 901 I 03
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CJ/TY NEWS. "ouse. .tizck b7.'U btDln A Ptct4t NorIcJ; T ; fli noI i ..
I E.OR ; STEAMERS.. GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS. UoAL.t'2:1. -
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AmeetitvcVO.e'DirectorsortKetory tJ tocri.. '. 4- > : 2 .. .
During the heavy thunderstorm of !J i":: '.-t'Hf'fi'y: < -i| f5 .=" ,-" _
us' Aaoual _
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= AsaoOATtcrn.at Ueeong ia + : -
f January -
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Music
win be held "
w ; at the of Norton
rooms Smith. -
Wcdneaday nlght the dwelling of Mri lout 68 pp.extra large 190.FuD of reliable JnfoonaBaaT .lti k :1.J c-.}:: i I
Keeler situated about mile and t Co.,MitcheTs.new;Uock;in)Fpo y eealisj frmnrraftlg TFlorTeV gad me cnUvatioa of the QHARLESTONSTEATNL AjP H ,nci;: UNITED STAI1S .MAU44 i. _
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a half .' ". ," ,
who down to th se i II151up. Orange aadoUter troptcal'aad fruits. "i < ;.
Those go ext,June 4th at s o'clock.br the purpose of effecting semi-tropical J' '
Jk tie ppOkflt4Id from the city on 'the shell-- road wa a permanent orgaahalioo, Mailed bas cents. Send M cents also for a copy o : PACKET .CO.. : :: :h-'. .', : : .' ......'. .. fOSr OFFici b&AKTricrrUrtcdStaM
do Dot al"ts core at truck by i jlightningJand/with J its coni Tin FtoarbA A editor who went tents SMITH NORTON & CO. Address CHAS. H. WALTON & JacCotv .:.c_ ; .:& < .. L '1:1: .m"at bCeatrnct J
time. "So" our to Was trrtirelyconsumea. A large ilk, Fla. ."'. .. : 1c.
.' u : j tc : c ,:. -... :: this DepsitSasat.II J.'dock" at.ofMyiisss751to
Ccsir; ;l'" :
connected with 49T ;; isis the o Ocean '
Cbmrnlsdid'ni greenhouse the at two CHANG& .
the meeting of the Centennial cottage; : TO*TkE!PUBLIC street OEiSCHEDULE:; ( bs4ed' '-Jtru..tIaII7*. .a

containing a large number of rare and door5Bay. j6.I.TWTJIEDISTRLT I .CO. MM, S S 1 (jif M-E R'eil'Aj :& T 01. *.tnm .f t. "15. J- 11'&
jut connect all round as hewapoeed Oa aad afterjke aota hsst aB . .
papers and periodicals ; THE Is the S.int..a.ir...1
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T&laaJale'pJant. was :alp, ,: STEAMER{DICTATOR.7 > ; f.j* -.k;; sfS'Ti; : .K. !
,. destroyed .
fcrnierry snppBed E.'B. ; COURT : t aM IIIiwIa .
to do. our local"HJu gone to The without.' fcy KeOogg wiB be ppUed' of lirTAiii LEO ? ,d.p.cu-a.4" u _
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family escaped iijD j. ; YOGEt, "> .-.T' .A ag a .I1t" JUi i :. tta.
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PhOip Walter two doors west of the Post Office. THE UNt1"ED STAm. THE NORTHERN
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jitUad where be is expected to remain. Keeler'was .a worthy, and Industrious Contracts DISTRICT OF FLORIDA WA'vtiateatc Tbesoay cVenuig aad Sa. :ROCXXlCa "' :: ItO1t5Io1GRAI l1. .
brbKripdaaIda amid KeBofg win weidsscadatz: ; : .
florist and has lost the labor la'the'matter cfEngtne F: GBbert.Bankrupt.. I.'HA" .aonah every ,Faanandiaa, ,. Jacksonville bnreueea
printer never learned. to write-and of several be completed by said Walter until further notice.E _" "" IiiIatEa,a.wi Intermediate landing -*- -- : "; 0 ;, : '- t6o)1 7eJeep. *iAam,1fea

bef1des$4$ Jf &tIIt1! 1tt; fi} dL h years by this,'accident.: There was no .. B.KELLOGGf News Agent. Bankroptcy..:Notice b Borfcy jiven that a petitloo baa been Ud : V'.,n'u ':Ntr; "-"'t. 1C.. ." HA, -. *r ._.;a;.sicdARs.j '; i--.of; *;'j'Jriss* week.tnusejaspttaiat1. ..r.'f' 3M _
Insurance the which 1 I l &aid!Cwnt .Giam of .
upon property, was ;by Eugene : Jacksoavfflo, :: : 5.kAiestAiifi: ; AMveatAaanbyiimAsvlveseJa.psybym..
chosen line so that he has been compejleA valued! at a thousand dollars. Prets.Weleamthattho TWENTY-nVE OLD PIANOS.WANTED ia said District,dutrdedared a 'tankrnj* under 1M .. Palatka every Tnundar eveulnr .jacksoav M!! -/ :J c j .. ', /s.; La. Sart..f- I--1

take I lot Act ft Coonem of March ad.,1867,.and the scvenl eYCr7' Friday -MfoW a> suit'the:tide. 'Fenaada .::...-.,.,:A9drtOcablP.Ie.. ; '. ., l-'A
to,Jot .thoTpJip are_ of it- loss or the exchange _new onesVat SttftH_,Nosmm'. ACo..1CALL Acts amendatory thereof tarafdbchargc and certificate =day,arriving' at Savaaash-f. and- .Charteiton. eriy .. .., .d nq-.a wuk bud,o. __ _
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family f .
dav. f : 11dM" '
tbaeof.from all his debts and otker claims
tel If any one feels aggrieved: they will reach nearly $2,000. A valuable AT said Act, and that the 1\dI day of Jane prosblenuder A. D. Through Uts UJtftg tivea aQ Baltimore, P1tJcl.phia ?atatM.i-. Drw. F, Jiaur Mllh tsccuiee.. i aa4
liberty to make .faces ,at us. till iSn.at to dock,A. U..at the office of HIlL W.A. .New.York and other points... Agts,1'.h3i.thjA' ; ; >.:: :)!: : ; beck eswnek.f4aveBaue7 ..- '#. -

are at 1 herbarium the"r lt 'ol several years Smith, Norton& Co...and see their S6o Organs.Iff McLean.Register ia Bankruptcy, b assigned tor the The Dictator will connect with New-,York'-* e msoips ; ,. '- Jt'E1t ;" ,If' '. 'sMulaSaturdyMipmlt. t _

feel satisfied. We shall not;resent of bearing tithe same when and where all creditors whobaveprwed. every ;atnrey.both at Savannah ad Charles . , .. AniveatWiee.-ubeeby4p.: -
jbf j careful work, on the ,part of .Mri ? j-'-,'."-I ;; ::; ; ,I 7_. V.;: .. ;r their debts aad other person*ia iMcrest ton. Connection_ made wida.the St.Johns Railroad -: : H'.S. j. j '- ; 'Lenvs&.c.eSaaiadaynsaa:

it. ._, 'Keeler and the collection of MrVCurtis may atteild and show cause tfaaythey bave.Srby theprayer at Tocoi.and at hIadr'wish steamer:'far''the _, "- VOLUSIA.. .:;:,, Arrive at Bulrr't Milk fcr n a a., ,
INK. INK. PENS PENS. of said petitioner should not be ranted. Upper St.Jobas and the OcUawaha river.. : ...wi rISOSG ;.

Rt..Rev. Bishop Gross who is making a special collection Pencils, Pen-Holders Pencils,.at..Smith.. Norton .'DatedJacksotiin. ;floeidanez.II7PHIUPWALTER. AQ1qS.* : "' : ., I. AJD. ; : : ,1' F. Fiespost to Punt Wmbingas., -

'RAVENEL & J '' .Yaa Brant a:Bra's Lia Ssiflag Packet and badt.nuos a_.,
COj: Charleston e .
the flora of Florida, for the Centennial l & Co'. s7HErP.RENTS 6-t tw. Clerk District Coon of said District. : LnaveTmeponaemiats. : J.
esteemed and learned gentlef BRA1NARD a ROBINSON.Savaaaatu : '
This exhibition were destroyed.: I. JEFFREYS BRO.&SON, 'reraadina "FRoii .NEW YORK! '. JLni-n M Po.i WvknroB by 44*f mi-
Bishop of the Diocese of .Georgia, :L : : "' / .- A' SSiGNEES.NQTICEFI\ APPOINTMENT. JEFFREYS & 81 0..Jacksonville.-. Laos Point Washington Satwday M j}..,

this and' __- Of a1 .cJ regulated families porcha'sc their groceries of LJ.-DAhS-Palaska. .twji9" Bay. Street. ,JadifciirvijkFine AMvaasFr.epottby.j.p. .. r

vu on a visit to city preached Rich Polk's Block Bay street. .-. ..to.it tf Ja UK District Court of the United States fur the .C... .ft. .-.BOH. M'.,St.,. &. .. 'or'" '" Bond- .r.quitedwhh- bid.. 1- ,"
the Catholic church Monday 'and Private_ _School. Northern District of Florida. Ia the matter of .- : "iItf'1 black dress'coats' fiiacy; neck wear at Buckyis.; i6o6< Fran Sab*Masks to Saiac.n.- (':.) JS -"' ,

,JB L Mather ft Co..and Chaa.L.Mather and Frank E. : ': i..1.: ..-:.' L'; I ; "?'_. '-r.;> .-_'? -."..- .-..'; "V-> ." -. ulo ud buck.three daMBt a week fres J.iy am to '. <
Tuesday evenings to large and Tery Judge Wright requests as to tate that .A".f--'CANTED '. ) IJ .-.npcsl, !I ",.L., ."!inl Evoik.\. .AND ,- November i$ U.. and.boat May i] M JHM P" ;. ..
Six'gooi, active white Apply the IIDdct'oal&aed. whom it .N < "
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ProtSwaim ] boys. J'to may concern:JTbe undersigned bat' : ; ) I :. ..:: 11,6 k. '
attentive audiences. and himself \VlU pei a l East JaoksomiHe next 'door,.to F. Canej. V. by given notice that he has Deo duly pointed as :. .... ,'..". 'j' ..ri "f.r W.: A.W'a11so Lcrnv *..Idea's .7*.. TkMMl_.f.. a4 .
Assignee ia the above ealltled ause ia Bankruptcy. I aAMiea&aIatTbsr.sabyipa
school building Saturday at 7 *:
private l hi the : .ILI5OK&f ,
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Spelling Match on Monday, 'thei.tiJ. hi'bef g : W..A..YOWG ,June a.,U7S,6w; :.. : ,., ,.t' ., ." : :11.; Leave',"Friday at Saint at Thensa Tassy. Monday-- W*.!...'-"- +

A spelling match will take/place at week alter next. They.propose to gt.cthorough' BEATJTIFCLSHEET, :. 'Mpsici: rONSTRUCTION. OP' HOUSES ; .'r.STEAMSHlP.-.LlNE._. .% 'GRAIN.-FLOUR, ANn SEED,, Arrive Bond at Saiat Marks with bid by 6 6osv p as.' fT? -

'A. M. E. Church In East Jacksonville instruction in everything 'usually Messrs.'Smith-Norton & Co.._ determined to '- .OF RUFUGZ.t / : : A. : :" } : L "' .. "' reqnired ,$ .
the Sealed will be received at ton Department : ; raCtucn >f 1 16071 From' POatka. ty Weodlaa; tolws 't'sailai -, :
p-oposais ,. : taM Ol *. .
JaDe )taught in well ordered schools.' keep with the times so br as Musical Merchan :" -
on Wednesday ,evening ,2d 'The up uniflidock noon u.Tpeaday the sctk dar 01'Juneli7S. ; : .- ; aad back oace a_. .
disc be concerned and have received their b Jbe.CODSa1 oC houses .0 '. .-, '.. ) "
session will last may just at Itetup; LeavePflagaSat.rdaata
to all comers- There will be three_months, and will at the following named localities 011 the cOOStIATICrIJa.to .i1RN4NptNA.ttA:.October', 1874. CORN MEAT HOMINY; CRACKED AntgeMlwbI-"rna. -, .
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open elegant.store'In Mitchell's block.-on Bay Street a : ,. '. ,. ? '<: .
close the 17th of wit : One on the beach about thirteen miles north ." ". Leave Iwia Saturday aLa ,
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words out. The winner September next. y BK
given '
twenty magut1ceit itock of fine-musical remrecemJy published Indian River Inlet at the trail from Bethel Creek; : MdTGOMERY; ] -,. CORN R E.:1tEA'.. GRAHAM Anift lit PI1atka f'" "
W.JU receive a handsome silver cup. Terms for scholars of the first class.or that cannot ran to elicit the admiration of verr one on the beach about one and one half miles north I .': ." : to : -- Booditqulredwthbsdjoo.. ,_
of Gilbert's liar at a place known as Saint Luda -. : '. : n: -
lady performer the piano-forte ia Opt FaUdoth; FLOUR.'CRACKEDWHEATfar.
thb.'city.
'Aamission fifteen ct its. high school, $12; second ,class, $10,and upon s-iatf: Rocks one at Orange Grove(so called.)on tae beach oJ : ... .. 16099 From Saafcrd _to Lake Jcvnp'' alltg., .d
:
back.oac wed "
__- thirty : ; '
third class $8 rm. As each about miles north otNew River Inlet; one near HUNTSVILLE. :_ .
--eq pert daj 5 ; Leave Saaicd Satux&y <
-
Fort Lauderdale the beach about six miles north of '
| AN EXCELLENT HOMESTEAD"FOR SALE. on '. ".R.OLLSAWUlC. _*. WOOD. .. TURNINGTOORDEK. .. .. / Arrive Lake by 12'SA <
school will :last from nine'until New River Inlet:and one On the beach pposlte the : -- -- Jt.sup : -
Out at Last. .oneo'c1oek "offer homestead 'idW' desired 'twb/three Tot bead about miles northCaFlorida. --. -. Capt..ch 1' __ .' LcaveJ..akaJcieep aemdcyss s JIft-o.4
my Biscayne Bay; .lea. . .,: ': : ., .. .; : ;F- ArrIveatSankrdbypa. .
of the State Horticnltnltural t this will give pupils every four acres adjoining land,the whole now set with the .. '.
Bond wfak
proceedings CAN ACCOMMODATE ( nRST- MODBW bM'ia< :4 !
Toe Bidden must state the time in which thq..m contract
Wood Split ? and Delivered! *
facility to tnjoa semi-vacation nnd at best seedling ngesths only reason for selling-being Sawed, .
Society have made their appearance t>complete the uses.a.d.h:bad--'be accompan ed CLASS PASSENGERS ,. '. ; :. 16109 Froea Peaeateia VT T.NaI-o.1Car7 -
the same time keep with their studies a pecuniary inability tom' |he place as ft deserves. who satisfactory guarantee1 as so-the ability of the .Esther'5 miJca sad hockL_a wsk ._
,
sized up bidders to do the required w rk. All proposals must / -" 'i *- t* =" Cord Load.t '. .
of
68 .
io a good pamphlet and be prepared to take high Forty or fifty of the orange trees wffl undoubtedly bear be endorsed"Proposals fur'-constroctioa iof Homes of 'These steamers sal from New Tori,Pier*.on1i ::: 'by or '. Arrive LtavP..r.IaM .dayst.a

The contents comprise the ground In the coming season. The whole place offers the best ttcfu e.**and addre'sed to the Secretary of the Treasury. River,every Thursday,and from Femaadina Railroad Kc*'C1Oit.' V i m bar" Leave Mary Mary Euher: Eidbar'TiMaday m;
men day fcy to a m
Street opposite
pages. WtarlACKSOXyjLLE.
Bay MIQ'juui
and of the Society at the_ opening of he public school. in chance la.the cia y.of Jacksonville form firrf-dais Washington, D.C. '. Wharf every .. ", : I Arriva at Pcacacola next day by i f m.;
speeches essays journal hotel with for circle of friends Specifications and plans can be obtained at the office Bond
October. We commend Messrs. Swaini spacious'grounds,or a I : FLA.fHEJACKSONV1LLE nqaola1 jri&kb.d.$6ou.
of the Collectors of Costotms Bingor.. PortlandBon- :
and embrace a large amount'of and Wright- to those'huing children who wish to live in vicinity as.the grounds,will..easily toi1. .Wilmington. N,. C.. .Fernandina. Jacksonville 1Jorfrtgt; j ; or ft pasuge'apply? "to- T } 'T':. W!("Uj ; ,; .I -.'II.... CII 'For law; rebujag to the patat..vvjre.heat /proposal
useful matter.: C, II. Wiioi. & Co., admit of sub-division Into three or four private residences Key West and Pensacola. Also, of tape J. H. /r .: i A I: HI)I. CtLCEjAgcit ; bond and ccruficate.and far' ctiu i sad

educate; .* ', .ia a wholesome and. every way drsirable locality. klerryman, Inspector of Life Saving Stations No. 16 5 Williams St..New york. I. I fnariiiiiiM io be eabnuxd ia the '"graf..CM advtrtiieaeiit
hare them for s-alq atx4he' oflicc of HieAgricvllurid. -- Broadway New York City.and upon application .to- : of dut date pamphlet ,to be Sound at
J. S. ADAMS. : -i- the termini of eack .SeaoadAuuiaot
: this Department.The 'm P. McQUAID. ; soak Of by addraeUBf ;
Letter from 'S nator right to reject any and all.,ell' to waive de- Pull,'.Block : ,,. Postmaster Ceaeral.MaUp .
Jones ,Bay SL.Jacksonville.!
-4.. _. : To.1cAiz: ; .1 ,. Jectx,Irk U"deemed fur'the Inttrcsu. pf the GovemI Bids should he HIlt In seal.denr.kss.ivratalb,4
The following 1 letter'from Hon. W. \ I to dtf so,is reserved.. IICHAS : Or w. WOODWARD.: : 'l i : ; 'SALE AND LIVERY eepaals.Stas- *vi -.. ..sad addressed -
C. as others' 1uivevdotieand be convinced that Cheaper the Second AsuMu PoMmattrr
to
Eureka Brass Band. [Stgnedl CONANT, Representing CHATER & KING Agents [ :; '. '.' ',' r ->- .. Gcaenl.
Jones. U. S, Senator, wasin reply( tola Bargains can be obtained aad with gi eater satisfaction. i "- Acting Secretary. Washington C MARSHALL "n.z..J'III
The Fernandina Observer makes the Polite and attentive salesmen to wait upon every one, W ASK ; D; C,May 16, 16756 a 6wjmem to.toswtf 'Fema.. Florida. : : I _
of
Messrs.:
request Smith 'Norton &Co., STABLE; g
notice ol one of our Jacksouvflle great and small, at /Tit>GHAT SOOTHE(BAZAAB.f !. \ f '\ 'J'f : '
following '
bands: asking his aid in 'organizing their projected |_f j r_i f-w-Hif., Sj'EA.I'ERRt* ) V J 7 t.l V. ,-: : '.R AdAD : i :, :1. L". 'f ,; :-d: ., :; :. ': : ; : Blaalets. ,;and.-. Coverlets j.0" of.-every-_ -sue- aDdir.a.wr, '".

Conservatory, .Music: mJ1tBqor3wIIH. The. Steam Yacht DAISY will.until further notice c B. McCLINSY, PaT1ITot ,

Oa Wednesday last while the excursion FEXSACOLA. Mny 28, 1875. A. K. PsnavALU staap.Bpoa themvrl'iey >re tup\ run between Jacksonville and! the South Side of the ACKSONVILtE PEKSACOIA AND"I :[_': .: .' __ ,: HOTELS AND BOAROZMO' '
Jacksonville here the river.=as follows:Harre the city for Arlington at and RAILROAD HOUSUi
from wa rior to aU others. -Ial' 7 .1MOBILE CO. .. ,
Mestrt. Smith, Xorton & Co., it cluck a.m.,and 4 o'clock p. m.: and tor Phillip* 1-_ : .. i I I
the above and : :
Eureka Band from city GENTLEMEN -Tour communication Point at o a. m..and i and 6 p. m. Returning,will n- JHtfiM:public that I "hare purchaser' : .
Saawztnsits !
: Ornc .
., .: STUPENDOUS SACRjFICESDaQy the RIDGE STABLES, opposite HOUSE. ::
-
the Rising Sons of David Band of this leave Arlington .t 8 and i*a.m.,and 5 o'clock p. m.; MANSION :
exhibition of their of the 24th inst., has been received, and hourly 'and momentarily2 disposed d' of'at:the leavrPhiHipPoint o'clock sL: m.,and 3 and 7 TALLAHASSa..lJcccmhcr 19. i374J' the. ,llEUOPOU. .. fAN ,HOTEL. ."and. 'have eo band ,. '
city gave nn playing I need not'tdlJ' u'that yon ,are :at.:liberty tt-i4tf GKAT SotmtiKn BAZAAK.NOTICE. p. m.. touching at Reed's Landing >nd_ aU 'Other. On and after SUNDAY DEC. *o, 1874; Passatger -- ,.
on Centre street, for the purpose of determining wliarves between the above portiu both ways/ trains o this road will run as follows fr T .A:VERY LARGE STOCK OF HORSES AND i" PORT\ROYAL\, ,.. S..,C.. .
to in --
could excel. SIx .use my name any way you : : .. The DAISY wilt also be for charter moonlight '. '. : -MULES >OK SALE
which band .; :. DAY PASSENGER, DaHy,SHndays exccptej. : : i '
deem in the interests riY.li CIiIh.SJSt1IAIaIt3C
promoting and reasonable The -NEW
proper Sunday excursions at rales i* J e ut. I
piece! were played b) each. Mr. Chns. of the proposed Musical Association. .5,a6\m.. '- .: .AUBURN, ERWIN. A. MArrivc! F. II: 'Those'desinog'purchase wifl find Ii to bSe r"advantage and at the teimiaus of the Port Royal Railroad.-.
BI-CKT will sell Gentlemen's Uaderwear. 3
plec'ge to Clothing, .
selected as a jndgo.and. Leave Jacksonville4.00 Chatbhoocbce .great desideratum so long rtquired there Jsnow de-
Atigel was too to examine thisIr large and attractive
: -Florida has been very justly styled the .'BU plel ,Ovcrc OaaLs,Talmas,' .. 8aldwlD.'O:55\ .. Quincy_ -. ''ftloped. -- ::-w
decided in favor of the Eurckas. ats. I' Coyer- I REDGING.II > 3.35S I stocV,a!apccdtoa1iuaes.. la uJM receivuig
1 Italy oLAmnicaandvwhenwe reflect lets,Trunks'Valises'S3k, and Fur Hats and myriads PROPOSAFQR' Lake Cily..... 8.31 Tallahassee.-. 4.30., I RcspcctfaDythe Soperinteadeat i andcrsigncd.:lately .
__ _I ,: Aapsca.Ga.announces- the tshwQlopettthc
,1 A. M PM, ea Jjtiia
pt .
-! < upon tbe great eminence attained by of other articles too.numerous to mention +\vrrjlovfrfflt. II, '.EKGUTKS'S, '.s OFFICE-38 Church street. ..* -Live'Ojc- Madison-- -....M. t.15 (A COMPLETE.OCTFIT OF I' .: .; --i'.
Smith Norton I the former in the science of AlrntiLC Az&.. May 7.zSe. .4 Madison. 3.001' ,
ft Co. country tl'IltilUSICAL : A. M, '
__ -
_ ..
-- -0 -SeaJcd fo d"rlr"' M .16.ooo NEWLY'CONSTRCCTED A. NEWLY FUR
Tallahastee Live Oak
This enterprising firm have rented the music \re are forced to admit that the PHILIP MILFORD cubic.yards more or less.through the bar at the-month .. Quincy ......... .TVtl.OOP.9.40 'Lake City_ 3.00 43; l IflJGGIES:?: ,PHTONSAND. : : :: .' .: '. LW-----: .. :
softness and delicacy of its climate must of th harbor Cedar Key*,and ia the channel between M.or. Baldwin__ ; .CARRIAGES- .
new building just north of the Metropolitan have contributed in no small degree to Of England win give lessons on the rUt Organ.Cl the bar and Cedar Keys( Fla..will be received at this Arrive Chattahoochee 12.40 Arrive Jactsunvile.._ 9 74 05: : OTHER, : ,"- :., M 'N 'So ''I N.> :."

Hotel, and will fit it up in'hand its high distinction i iu the cultivation pf +rttut,Fl tt and. all Bratt and Strimgtd* Instrument office opened until immediately u o'clock thereafter.) .Saturday June. ?*6.. 1673'r;-and Passengers can 'through' 'to &t.Marks Moadayv: : ..! 'i of the'atesi sirles". :. : -. .". ', : : .1I

the noble art of music. *. Terms ii5 per quarter ;4JessonsI; Apply A guarantee.wM be required that' within 'tens days Wednesdays and Fridays and return TotvLys,.T hursj, ,:,_ ''L'. .7: : ; ." : ': > _' For private aad transient boarder Cu.SJcnt.1 her
some style for the various departments kt Smith. Nortou & Go's., Music Store or address f. after notification of the award of the contract, contract days and taturdaji.; > ,,; ., ability from past 'experience;*"si* will jealouslyconsult
Wishing you the greatest success shall be entered into. ,' : __ . : ; FOR;;JJVERY SERVICEifft ;: the cnmfcti of ail :who paaflnrft.and a*
;
ol their business. The bniMing is one your commendable undertaking, and O. Box 109 'S-I t ._Primed, blank-Jim of proposals and' erantce 1. '- NIGHT .PJtESSJy; ? #-r >f- -* .<-.- nWiwin'befurnished'- '', "-'.' '" terma the most. Ervotable.. j jI

of the best arranged structures in the hoping that you will acccept the assurance BUILDERS. AND. CONTRACTORS, .. infbrmatioo specifications can,instructions be had on to application bidden, and in this any office dcsirej, .r.as.I.. T. ,.. ..'. .. I l Dated March ttt. TV. < ,ANNIE. BVSSE.," -.- If'i 1

city tarnished throughout with gas and ut my hearty co-operation in all Win.find a!comrade assortment.of kunbcr, dressedand A. N. DAMRELL. Leave.. JacksonviSe Baldwin-__..io.os 8.3$ Arrjve- ,Live.' Oak'."A.9.55 M;i '. ,AT 'i .I.E' .S JCRTESJ".jOT :i. ., r,1 "' ,

things to its early and com undre.sed.mddins1ngleset S,at the.J 5 >.111'. Capt. IIi en,U.S.A. A'; Iii lre'CIty_ Fine Cassimer duabl '
Shirw.styUsh
water in each room, making it very necessary .. 4.33 I -aodntbe' : I and ;Buclcy's s
consummation Lumber Yard. Orders to be delivered at landings I3JeatY'z2sl J1aIdwllL._ 7.i5, f
desirable and for the ,plcte : : ; Arrive Live Oak... Arrive Jacksonville. I .
pleasant occupants, I am your obH. sent j the River receive especial aac.--. aU' -- 5 3.30 95 ',' "MOST'REASOXABLE! *. TERMS. TthDELL HOUS .-,' -

1rho.0 feel sure'w "know how to Address LOOTS J. CBUSH Nor Tallahassee ." I I,1. t
C. W. JOXESJ 0 *-A Special Train will leave Sat "''1.1 -
CC 10 urdays at 3.40 p-.m:. uriY at Live Oak pp p. m., .- = : ; t
make the best use of their handsome : "-. r METEOROLOGICAL.RECORD*, ,. _. .. .. U _, connecting WIt Savannah niL,"Retnnun. leave: Mr. G. Mv BRITTAIN' 'my a'uthorijed''Aeent ,:FERNANIJJ1f'A.'Ft..A1 .
'J
;
: : < !: Live Oak 3 a.m:,arriving_ Tallahassee at I.SO"m. and Manager and wilt always be found at the Stables -
.. .
quarters. Suicide.On and .
., Observation taken at 7 A. M >P. M. 9 r. M. j. -
attend aU business the
r ready to to appertaining to ci-
LKEIt. -
daily,by the Signal Service U.S.Army,in this city. ._II'. ROBERT SAMUfl.TkIQDELLPnoyiniwun. ,
tabiWI.Ilct LENNY. .
Friday the news readied Jacksonville .' ...., I- Receiver and Gent Supt.
'

Conservatory of Music. ,that Ch.asvLvMa, ajonng man .'' ; :0 i.Z: 0=. .4 r _:11" '_WWd.' ..j. tI!d',.. .. ;: .;, .'.. .. h '..' : I T.C,SPOONER.- ;MasterTrannwrtatwo.. ..-T --t j-a. Sept.. "16...i8.a.e. .., .. tiattfGenilemen's I 11Magiuificentdtivect- -t .-"<- f', -. -efchieea. -i .;.2 on tbe'aiifc 7-I? ,t:. I I

A tnu"icalrratiiiatroh with'an "Filo a0 .. AUantfc Beach.' -? "' '; '', l-:'tiS(& ',' I
; .about thirty-five, well khown/andfor !I..5. .i' i .. 0 a I ; '. '
underwear :
Itgcnt and infteAiI board t .s of directors: inany'years: in business this city had t8-7J'i'' -'i'. ''f! 2 I .6,. !av t..jt. 'F 1 1I. ;:.' :.,. .. .. r ," .Z. C1 c i ; ,: Trunks. ,. and valises". at Ducky's. ?. ;--r---. : fi-j-ff- >"acBUCJCY"3r.l: ; : : .' 3-Refrahmj seabreeae- ,'; .; O !

,. r -QPENPerJay4 } If\t
cancot fiil to be of great' ritlae-.to.our committed- suicide by jumping overboard I. 'I!- : .ri?s' .? i >I :; I;1, :'J6r" "Cj'.4 : G., &''W. I. T.CO.'S RA LROAU.. JSQNIc.: .; k:!. ,:;;"- -' ; ; : i
from a.vessel. Some few mouths : : r OAIlD, "itt
and 'to The State in ago NE Freth LtKaopm Zr.;::3 : A. !' .-
city
eventually Tues.apma96 79 78 0x17 1.. : ; '
Mr. Mather started for Amiffua on a .. ; 52 t w Light '. _.ady J' :.. SOLOMON WDGE oi'2i : ,, I .. ;. ,
939-T7: : .
:
'J""l "
,. .
developing and cultivating jiiuficalUleqt and | Oear \ : : FROM. .Per week ___ ._kuot Jli""S'
vL-it partly .on business partly to Wcd.74n29.bz j8JEUjbt: 0.00 tLW'Wedacsda' I
ri1 Regular meetings"fim and' : as SatlaEi&cr ..:a.x.
W Gcatk Fair fja.a.itj
.. in our millet. We hope soon to restore his health, and a short time ago ,9 p'9.1.a m 29 66 .91 77 65 64; NE 'Gentle oco o.oo Fair! t.- .. .-, C1 --- FERNANDINATOCEDAR. KEYS.. ;. each moath. .:-. .;F'liway.-r.. ,' "--' ''' -'

fcepaTTlcd;: to announce the organization his mother received a letter1.from him ur.7am.3947. ,K, 72 SKG ndc ooo< Fair .1 :L (rJ" S Q 2.4 ,' -p-' .. : CEO. W. JONES.,.W. U.,.

Ktating that be would soon start for New L ..., A, m.-g.p6i; :6,. 1, NEtFa_ /.. ., Fair! ::: s 0 G0IG SOUTH. 'CJt.-S: ...ELLIOTT.. Secretary. ;,- 'Jj'-c: ; BU. .r_. ,:'. E: ..
'
(sachjui. institution in this city, and, 9 P in y3.(4 74 Si NE Gentle o.oo }'air Axmnc. LXAra. ARUTB. LZAVY.Fernandlna. .' i.- ..'' :':-C ; : '.'
York on a sailing v"sel. Ncthinglawr Fri. N E Biisk aoo CTdy : rJQ'rI; '! :'--i : __ :
7 a m 3"00 74 a. m-- 4 '5- a. m 4 4S Balmoral W .
and KS.TTS.SWAIM.
judging from the character and energy was heard until yesterday morning, .. ipm 30.01: ((78 "V!.'N Brik 'o cCTdy .".t"n___ *-5- 6 90__ 6 15_ 6 so ;Bustles;- Ougnoasv at ; : : 1i ';- i

of the in the when Dr J. I.- Griffin of this E. 9 P m sojoo 71 91 N Fresh" ojat FairS -- < Baidwi"__ 7 4o_. S cx__ 7 40,..... 8 eu .-- ', ', .. .' '" gENNOT HOljSE,., :l.roRI9RAN
parties moving matter we ; city received : -=
i N Fresh CTdfpm .... ... __ ;
W 7 am 79-09 jn $ o.oa ; : I' tl2. ? ." ; Stark* -IG ._-36.o ,7 9.5*,, .
dull 1 not have Jung to wait.,. We shall a letter Irom' the consignees at .., .. 99.97 (t 55, NC Brisk, oux; Fair ; Gainesville.ii: __" jonii*.411 47 : : ;,FLA.,

New York'of the British barque: Lydia 9 pan 39'0972, *. NE, Li&ht ooo dear ..Ifi ... ArtbcrLJ_ M' a ioi.1 54__" 59 .. .
speak of this more at length when the Sun. 7 a m 1.9" 76 69 NE Gentle 0.00 Fair ,". '.. ""II Bronson-'. 48" 55- )1__ 37 _PRACTICAL JETTELLERAad BENNETT' oUI5S.>
Varwell. upon which Mr 51.; had embarked s p m 29 95 414-46 F. Kroh o.oo Fair .:. : : Cedar Keys.- 5 51__p. m__ 4 oo__ p.!.' t "Jy- -MRS.- fc>IRS.., f ,Xl '
Is .. -
.
organization completed. statinglhat be had jumped overboard 9 pm 119-97 74 8 S E Getttk 0.00 Clear -. '' WTCHiIAKER: : late .'.J-Hottafhai ;IThinnewho..in acreadytoisadgntass.IslscomSwtebly "
Mon. 76 Si NE Light o.oo Fair 0ht concc Konv. a'window'in WALTERS CIGAR STORE
taken :
I when about ten .days nut Item :. .' .' hu-wiiMdtbrouhoutsad is capaUe of accommodacmc -
." Ivmyjof 86-65' E Light ooo Tdy ,"J-I-t.7. ';' r ._JVL LCAVK. AJUUVC. ..tiAT" two doors west of the Pot-cfSce.where hofcr jet narcd "
and JJ :,tpot knowing from .. 'i E Fresh 0.00 FairTusam. .. ..' ......Ia.1D. stock of and material do kind '4-;nc. > paiafe WIUbS spared MmaU
1r.riLi1I.! J' ; Antigua. 9 P ia 3-o* 75 .. cdarKcys- .a.m -9 JPnnf with a food tools .to. aaj ,'.
wiience l he cnnre5; they"had opened his | Mc6 79, t ,sNDarometer iea4a..o.oc-.Fair ./ ,'" ,d .'T"." ..,".". ,to.-C'. v'dcn/-": r.. ...._i *" 35 _*" 4211 f9-"u 5S of work to his" line. ,: : !tatoSitfas kctarjtojtsBalaoos.

Boston has invited all the world to corrected Jor jAnpFIRST .! k* na. -'. .. Archer..H'T other .
trunk'anll found among papers u .,. Jiir'."!A.I' .,.. .. .r" Gaiucsvil'n-4' I 33..... t 44 Extra,t iie.M9untiniof.F: d.da.
meet her In a grand jubilation the Griffin's and .DJ .1. : ._ a6 'Ii, '* .
on prescription with"Dr. name Starke2.. ; 'S6 .3 aa- 3' -. "Curiosities! EL1ZANNErr: :
.
17th of written him 'I JI Baldwin 4 3 'S 33- S 5-- 5 13 : ,
June; and has not .overlooked address thereon, and had to NATIONAL BANK '. -
Callahan._.. & 51-- os- 6 58'-. y 05 XV2I leave Foster's'wharf;Jaclsonvnie.! 'Port Or-
for information. .. \Vhat renders, the affair l' ... t'eraaadiaa__ ---'po m oo.....' m..I'specialty.. .Fine watches''carefully thoroughly and .
oar little city w her. list. We feel duly 'I-., "., ..; ., : _.1'r.. .:."' ; i -1 9 p. ao"once in rw.wscks,a5sc diat parties ploataat and
honored. The more sad (, that Mr. Mather is the ;QF ,FLORIDA. _" >' CONNECTIONS.At 7I worth dowg aiT all It's worth doing WdL safe CMdUues. far reaching that place.. CamaMtaal I

City ,Council .has, made only IUD a'widowetl mothtr.-Union. FEJL ANDIN W.lh Steamer City Point from .' CaKa ACCmm' *aver*at
an appropriation to defray the JACKSONVILLE.Tkt OSTOFFICEOT1CE. Charleston and Savannah Mondays at 4 a. m.:steamer :. ; ,- _. I GUN SflOP. ..

expeneiOfMyorjoueson The many friends of Mr. Mather were fnfy X..*. B+nk i* ferttif in tktSUtt.Exchahge .P : Dictator from Charleston and Savannah Thursdays at 'aNs512z3: ..A':ft. anrviraaivpnr J-DauGliceelaM..et Concr IIopa "'.na tI
occasion whicHe : With steamer Luzte Baker from Savannah J
.tbat.
avBii
J .
sadly shocked upon the receipt ,of the .ARRIVAL AND DEPARTUREOFIILIIS.AlpITS.. ., Brunswick and St. Mary's Mondays at 6 a.m; for J 3iu n.r the scaooaerwiU hi gintIaihe. paper.Talmas ., i
'
,', :
agree to. Let the Queen City of the ; on Syvaaaan Kcw York'sold. ,and Exchange \ CLOsa. those points on Fridays at ':mAt ; : n i\ ,

South be.represented at the grand cele- above intelligence. lie, was ,a young on all Northern points bought wcthannd ',-daiJr*. '9:00 A.MtT 3:30 r.M BALDWIN with J P &M. R.R.from Jad. :, : : .' ': aad Peedee Jackets BtJCXVS,'

: man of large capacity for business, with i .- : CURRENT RATES. Fernandina and Florida RalU .- .. -' r ff son"aie at ooip. m. :Cor jacuoDYi e at 9:09..-. ,. 'JIV4itS :s. ., i
bratios, Iud let all the .doubts, misunderstanding" < road.daily. '9ooL 1C jrw r, M. At GAINESVILLE,Ltn-weekl. stage line lOr -. .
i popular' manners, and his life should STOCKHOLDERS Saint Augustine and Palatka '. 1 Tampa: with stage line for NewnansvQle Tuesdaysand T3OHERSON & MAPSON' 1 h
DIRECTORS :
and wrongheadedness be' daily.ibtiadays excented-. "o.P. ..I:A.lc.9U Fridays. -, I ra: ers aad Undershirts,very cheap at BtJ .
havtibcen a success I In a wordly sense. HtfI'I" I.j .
Sponged off the slate before next' year. F.tr*. JpHM CtAKr' Esq. Key WestjarrivestveryMon-. .I' : .'At CEDAR r EYS with tteamers(t>sad fronr Ne%* = : :, -. ;. -. Jbye a'I
_.
Then :But his sad pnding ,hcws the vanity Hon.F. F.. Snmm, W. A M LaAJr, 1Aq:. day A.M. 1 Orleans.evety..Santtday. VUtasteamers Soa Key RS L .
let lave clears, .$ondaysnd : : : ,
,
us deal. s'uy from these Thurs : .
and 1
West "
,a, trw, Tampa.Fridays; places. 'F ? SHAVING SALOON. -
PHIUI RSMIVGTUK C.A. F AUCJW.D. g.. '/" .
hdmnVlshV" admonition 14Sot'r. .11 ( .
( __ .-1. I of, *, a rrie5'an D&G.aaQ.b Thursday'-- 3'7'PII. days. With Steamer Cool,from Tampa.Sundays:far .. .
..., Rsitrxoroa Esq.. zaq. Enterprise. Mclonvflle. Tampa Mondays.. With Steamer Wawenock,lon A half interest in one of the most flourishfug and sto.doctrve. corner of Bay-sad Pfae:'streets,where aJltkeapBuaace -.rer.
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a : for all ID, heed. W. C.SQCUCS 1*qSeptember'i6,1874.. W.lI. BOSTWICX: fax and Indian river arrives '" '
i. Sowaaaec '. .{5rSuwannreTnesdayi. 7: .t .. I *.ased,by thr hot asioons iat she ti. abe
Excursion. to'/Stl; Augustine. I _1L ,. .l 4'I TuesdaT,.Thursday and Sat- $".. D. E. IAXWELL., :. I4qEmlpvESIa .? .. 'i .. They also faraaia at aU-boorsCOUBATHiS" ,-
rday.x.aP..J : j-Vj T Soperiateadent."T .. -4. t. '4. ':- J. '

We notice that Uie:steamer -Bociatray .New, .S!&! Fountain* .. ; ;" -' Enterprise lax and,Indian Melonvllle.river Hatt-mail;-. T':0 4-4'/t; 1" -- '' i -- East Tlorid*, 'For Bartfca&rs apply at this effic* HOT 4Q ; ;.i]

b .) NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.ASSIGNEES . as33i .
announced for an excursion to ..St.Aigugtioe inesa' ID leaves on Monday,Wednesday FLORIDA PHOTOGRAPH : "- Tickets ndtEng die eight .Kr salr ,
WIlcox has added to hIs bu, and Friday *_ ,. 'f Soot. st.Rt HE : nearer to saa

to-morrow morning, leaving soda'fountain Fort George.; and Mayporf"; .. -i WBOLXSAil OmORS'AT SAVAJWAJi FMCIS. for|i_;eight. "sbav s.haii. ."canine' :aad saamyooiae J'Carpctbsgs
her wharf Magnolia Market a NOTICE OF Aft ?- l.es1ucedayandPnday 4:1OOP... i I : -. : I $3.30.. -.- 3._
at 8 o'clock- h .
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from: which all may partake without P )INTMENT.Ia leaves Wednesday.. .aad. _Sat. -. TOOALM.: : -.H.: : ; ROBINSON; ;; aa4 L*dUa' Cmm.sz ItWS.. .
connecting at Tocoi'with the St. Johns the District of the United States for the Northern *rday. ; ; i-FERROTYPE..GALLERY ; : .
fc detriment to health or morals. Go. and, District of Florida, lathe matter of Jane).. Hoi-. St. ho1Q---a.. u. zooo*.II. a : : 'wiics..ssa&z&auiz '. ,

|lway, and will return Ihe next ;day. try him ye drouthy souls. land* Iia.'upt.r .' heft, '. OFFICE HOURSLTi;:i :. .' 'ATLAKTIC BLOCK Bay STmarr JacsoaYaLz.z. ,.. A FREE, HOME. :? : -
TkJis whom it may cooceta: The nndcrsigned DRUGGIST.
H excellent />ppprtnnity! fbr/a b1&ins notica of his appointment:as Aaigne ol Toe post-office win bc.opea. daily(Sundays' exceptcd i ; : .' 7. r i :

pleasant trip to the Ancient pity and a James J. Holland,of'Duval County.State of Florida &o1IL.M50630L.The office will be open oa' .Sundaystrom".1: sa to|ijo'clock .l the Is Art the iaSuccessfiiBy only place iri COt the State where Openlfocbvsiaesa every branch of -. -. H0t1'EIOCiIBaISS.. ,'-- Ii'.. IwJgrveakaMsssatsadstaewtew. .J ef ,.
Attentiontna's. within said District who has been adjudged Bankrupt 1 : :
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ROSEWOOD, I. ;
peep at the, Indians'confined in Fort t no hisownpetidoo by the District Coart*f said f. sf JE ''and' deliveries. wftt' be' itU :from to A.M..nnta 5 Ff M. I .J : .
box '
Tbe 'general at ,
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Yarion. A bLlllu the evening will be regular meeting of your Companywill District.June,*173. 3w., :J.C.GREELEY Assignee. times received during arc being the regular distributed hoots;,*except when the mails': i A/G..' GRANT'wni'attei'to the ta'Ung of.J'bococra.t UI 1 cmo added be held at .Etns Room to-morrow until further notice. Out-door Photo. .
to the .
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attractions. Tickets C/QYER3J E1TCan. ? A1)
many MONEY ORDER OFFIcE.deowmMapen attended to as ami,on du*notice being ._ GOOD ,

*21 be issued at the wprice of f S for evening.'at 8 p. m., fharp. A full !(attendance THIRD. GENERAL MEETING Tie tooey from 9 av at.to = -" .-k.--- 'y5tL Beautifei Silk Sca.ia variety of color1;at BUCKY"S : :f.

business of*. aad from to P.at.. be catered IIIIa.ite.. the.&..
the Is requeted as >JTOR.S. 1:30 P. M. 3 4 ; I
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trip. .," Itf I.the matter of E. F. .Bankrupt. Money orders are Mined at thkoSce payable Ia any BUCKY takes the lead. to the fatest strfcs of S3k and '. 'i -to

\ ; very Important; nature is to by trans'aci4By By aa order of tk District Court oldie United States part of the United States. and also orders'payable ia For Hats.: ->:_si '&gJ_**-1*'_ SHOP. : STATE JVNDBought : '
$!$: St *" AKDREU forth Northern District:of Florida a third general Great Britain SwittrrUnd and Germany. < CARRIAGE I .
The St. AuguztIneIremen. ( o?der. J. C. ;:", meedttC of the creditors to the above case;wilt be held lt>c following arc the rates of conuoMioe; '. at Jt-aj',cucre.. -I ,

Tbeexcuraion '.Wti Sccretary1 at the ofiee of Ho v W. A, McLean' Register ia 'DO worn ClIIDIIIIS. .. ; BOATBUIItDjNG.i : : : GEORGE ,li LEA It is believed that an ibl ..- iatca "1Iui .
Cr.St. Augustine( to the skit day Gf June '
Bankruptcy at Jacksoevffl oo tbcScaat so accsasiaic.i .

thia tit1 promisesto; :: be'm. pleasant af- d -- ntioD" meri-a. the 1175.allo.'drdt1.*th Section of the A. M.Bankrupt.forth*Act pornotesnamed of March a, d6.J. ia. Over On orders.-.. : ; .:: : : CARRIAGE' u"'MKER. :Appry toI'M at the WATEirr'KOCStfs* M

fur ,Over iao aad not exceeding 'JOt IS cents STREET the Cable Crossing. dress at ROSEWOOD.XXYY fn.1r-
and the jEtoa Engine Company .C. G&EIILEY..iuJcaec. 'Over|jo and not exceeding 140.so cents. BAY near ; COR.., WASHINGTON. AND. ADAMS, STREETS. r
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of Americus Hook Jane'.1875. sw.SECOND Over and not exceeding'se.5 centn. ; JACKSONVILLE! ,FLA. ". :; '
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Hose Company are taking ro ClUDS. JACKSONVILLE. FLOklDAVnU Ja.oaviQs.Jaaoary! s6.!I1S-. .. .
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asi", p2Lio /'to rnakej the Tlait 4f &J Adder(Comjjany." rfH be held t at the GENERAL:MEETING Oa ordeii. not exceeding f to.sj ca i Y4crS. D .IflhiHLLrI9't bo2d 'iii finKlass stjle. Carriages.;'Bwspcs; emS Lakes'RAH x" : ,

1afedu.tD from the Ancient City an AiD n ds Hall,.on FrWayWerung Jane Over Sio aad Dot exceeding$ao.so cents. I 't .' .. Light W- u -. .. : Very sfyEsk '.; _
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la the matter of 1Jo Over Sao aad not exceeding$y,it : $ : .
OCUaloD> to be long borne In pleasantfonembrance. 4th,.at 8 o'clock, sharp. All members n W&SCOTT kBankrupt. Over>y and not exceeding>*>.>ua., r : .\ '. t,. LalMacndYdoI*. wetk. : 'LUMBER YARD-: : I1
aad not exceeding(50|u$. ; Builtwerder. -!' t :4
to attend as there will be J Over Jfo IT' : .p& DEPOT 7 .
requested ; ; .
The- -JEt u: have apPOinted are Bv aa order of the Uaited States District Court for : I.S.ADAMb Postmaster. s'TiS' AMV! : -";;
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aiacommtttee of business of importance. the .Northern: District.of Fles4d ;a second Ceaeral JacboayJD May .,1>75. ,- ." _' : : Percale shirts./nice,at Back I.' CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS
arrangements creditors ia the above case will be held at WO buM ol ,
Geo. F, Acosta A. W. Lawson and ALFRED HOCK, Jos. MARZTCX, meeting the office of Hon. W. .McLean. Register tsf Bankruptcy AUGUSTINE Wih sue the,from ios sju< approved zoo feet;chtnery.Call and get my prices. '1' _, ,_ :' : ;, 't.: x' O'1I'IU.

.Foreman. at Jackson vffle.ga the lydi day rf June next .FOltST. .any. t' .-. \ : : na Ar -,? ,
John P. Andrea; the Phamix Joseph3wroughi Secretary;, 81 ao 0\dock A.M.. foe,re purposes named ta the 8FOOTYACHT'" .. WLCOIX.., ,} .", ':-r'd

._- ala Section of the Bankrupt. Act of March,1867; THE SCHOONER :NEW- '. : ia ", : WAOKTC1'L! t.
and Wm. Simonds. -- Assignee. L i iiule : 9.3I5tl', .Deafer
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There will be a dinner In readiness ; New Base BaU Club.A 'Jacksonville av4sis._ 6.-3tir. - AND VEGCTABLEIVJ 'j' DKESSEH AND UNDRESSED rUMnEK,
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i. MOULDINGS AND: SAWEUscHFip
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"* arriral of the guests on Monday ncwbase bcTubnnder. the A 'SSIGNEESNOTICED dF Arf1. ,! : [I -:' :; :If r1 ,' .. : :.: '; .' MAGNOLIA. MARKET.. ; b-. :I FlNEShIINGLES .

ana i ia the evening a ball at the Metro- of the St. Johns Base Ball .Cluli, was,ori- 'I'ODiT1lENT. Wffl maU regular trip : 1.r zczdrATuisT 'r;*niiei wrpW'il regular'' tat"iO Kli ::1,1 ': 'FORVCASHIIi" AT1iiFEPOT ':) .

PoIlUn Hall. Ticket to the ball admIt-I ganized en the 28th:uJt., 'with 'tho following ln lheDb rktCotirtjof the-thaiucl States Lie tNortbertWtmaofFkJod : Ssv betweea AoSttsUae Jacksonville" :DIJqlp : ": p- : .",.-,-.' .,' ",',' .i ..,-". -
*. Ia |he matter of Henry 'Y' '
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Tang ecUcman with iadfe*. |1. The I officers: President. George; I|, VaaDoMe Bankrupt. Tm--t Freights allow. Ha* resaowd aia office between ta Mitcbeffa ft'ewaan-and Market .,',. .i.he,still keeps ., t" ,"..J i ., ;1ThtBER.YD.IN ., .
tide of Bay
street
11 floor committee are W. IL McKl lj,, of Johnson; 'vfc -rrc fd ut" 'Morris 6tevenSecretarT4 T.*whom-notice It of may hi concern appoimment: TVe as Assigns mdersigned* e-f Mrebyrive Henry '.- ,r For""," &. .',... passage.- north ay.&M-Office .., .iitf' :, 'AI STAt!/ IN THE:pLIMARKET,. 1' aII..r f aa6uaya .'

I lb. Mays Treasure ..'of DwVal Ceu.aJ'.Etate rrl FIo.da. within szyta; *' oLIHIl.ocx. ,: '. r, ." '' .__ .t.. Fef jit aeco a>MJatto of oWsUrwi* .:t' ; 1L'I"gt .vre "JJ1 .IIawams.A5 asTo '
EtnaJobn. L-
iTeorge -
Jbltyi' of the ; ; said District who has been adjudged a Bankrupt cu ,sackacnruIeTa.! ; U' -1 i .
Pbeniz tM flhstrict-Ccu't..w DtdMt. : hhw.rAYiAcedmSsccTo'c.:7; : : ;,;: ':,.. !. .. .. ..- ._. ,9oftL..lu. .._._
Jame D.. lib wntiIoI lit ;
i ; It M. Snow R. L. Irwin! and *,.1. II. Brown: Captain, .. or w' JAMES COSS. ,. $5.to l20C.SnJr5ONBeCb.! j,,".
K. Uenundei",'ofUrt Ancittil, Cit,' Garr1a .', .. _.Jl. .. '- ,. .. ; .. J.f., C- ,EI"iYHJ.llnlp. ; c' aignee.. ; rttI ,T"' S&&. ,. .t-ii1 l... :;. .;: ,. trtf411. "o 'l 'J ....Jl. "r. 44' '...-

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: jb 'Retrtt.f"K. M Thus:ended the experiment of testing happens ta strike. There-are u4,.! '.'.{:' FrO. R'JDtS': 'AY..IN. GS" ;.."BAN, ''..11. n K', ,.. 1.IL1'OATON AlWnq,."a1 ta". ".aDd NOWf, ;.Publ1c., .r. -,'. .-, -/.i .MouL'
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: If I baki .d loyal la att.. the vital force ofagrowingsquasb, .coo words in the unabridged J diction '" 4'1'111.' >;,'. .'11 vr .". ::I". .}.J.- .. .: ; .- ',:';, '.. I ., ; : ,:'," '
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fheat hand to band wevxald farewell/ At this time U had'tipped'the ben ry. I kn)w"a lady 'who can '.ipell I I ':-i" ':} 'V:ANDREAL' ESTATE EXCHANGE., -. j : 'NORTON :& KOOKER.
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lao them She steers r: 1) :; K-t, ...-... .- '-,.1.. 4,..-.8.--. ? -, ., ., ., , .., ,I '
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How for tn would' under weight of,two tons only ,180 right;. .. _, I ., ? \: : ; '
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? WJm. bc.tt: but without lifting it, aload, of 509 So her letters alwaysconsistfbf > : ,, ., REAL:: .ESTtA'1EI' : ',. :
2 duped your aana to . OTYICE. Pf ,-OCW41..FSTRr.rr.1 '/ J' '
dJe im pounds for lea days. those. onstantlyiecuiTlng' ISo .pVERIDGE"S-BUIUJJN. / : oJ. '" .
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: : .. Many harness galls'were' made during words.; Now ..and ,then, when she I':.. : .O'ALL: KINDS .'. 'I .' : :;.I
; 'rYi&t'iieinaystrn Would keep its grasp I -inuu-Interest at tbf rite of rren and ihirtstemlis p.(or tvo.cnt pet day oar.zoo)wifl be paid 1. : ::
the trials but in every instanc finds hereelfobligedjci t. write upon a Uy.; BCB kn 4eppdts wWA ilutll fcir*rcmabml ikit momita at mow"U Bank,tabcaddedaomallypriadpdoflbePeBwftorK GENERAL INSURANCE' :AGENTS '

.Uba4wn.} he squash bealed.itself asbortjmeand ', subject which necessitates, the use;,of( de i : ?: | J .: *;". '' !.f "T1lnie' '.". '' "'' ', representing- "..t. ;. .t the"Ul following...f"f oid._ .

c -, ? ,: '"If I lai It 46wnwhetrybur; kind eye came out healthy at. last with some' 'other' words, she--.well;; she i idon't I LOAM.-Anmo eTir' T 'oad Pba1W' fmsted Is dri o g swo real sad personal property aihbSweor.tb I ; : t' ,'..", FRANKLIN, OF PHItADELPHIA. .!..... i '. ,.
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c.. r' Met mine U parting. true and,sad- wrfectly formed"plump seeds and a write onjlhaVsubject.. I'havc' JZc'hn.Jueor coIIatcnll$CUIIti .; .:. "y L !.; I 1 "
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Eye graTeJy..tei. ier,jfeehtlwiie., cavity in each half,' when' 'cut-aj i it relative'in* New/York'w}o 'as .alraosk )'. \.i Ti"'h wD J& e. rthe p dwi rii ,'at'rat. Wale or the renting .-:' '.' ,, :' } \.,(

/:' And earoest,}rtther" ;more, than" glad- ., was before ,the audience-large sublimely'gifted., :'ShVcan't!'speedy\ ,cI..",. .... ,.. ,.". .. .. ,clon; ....>.; .,_ 'J ,..';. -.,n.... I. '" ,.') '" 1'. { ._, ". .. -i,.. ,.'. irEs7oOOO; .
How the lids woui4 Ife'atxvc _,J ES rlINI', 5sAi, SnARING .z .kJiATuA. GREELEY, ..
.:r k soon, ,. enough for .a large sized hen's nestl word' 'right. There is a game called, : ; ; ; ,
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At cold and white as srafptnred( atoney The meat or rind of of the squash was Verbariuro. A dozen'people. re.each' 1 < LOANING MONEY, ON .REAL ESTATE AND' CONVEYANCJN t'A:
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I should hire treu1u'd< ; fdrr gtanctv about three inch thickness andy a sheet, of. ; : )SPECIALTY..T
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? -If I r had. ,. known.. > estimation, cbhtamed sixty-four ,the't J ; p ofhich. ; is; -'writt n alongwbrd h "" ,-'. .'. .-, : : '.We give belowra few'of themanycnl6ice: ; places for sale l 'by_ 'us. : -

: : If I had known bow;from- the.strife thousand 'millions of cells, each of like :kaleidoscopical, or.Qme- STATE,. CODKTY. : /ANpi;. ',(?TT-.SCRIP: SOLD ,AT CURRENT RATES. 1 NoJ! 7j.' Two- tory house on Ashley iinetj its,St.T No.105. Dunlawtoo; '-Plantadom

.* *. Of feart hope'passion*,here below, which had been 'formed from sap prepared thing likeJhat, and the game is to see ., ::; : ., ,"; t :1 if.': JauwH0ld. pleasantly situated In one o/the ke t seven miles north of Mosquito islet f om at Hli&hit .
; .. house Is with sik Or-.it
neighborhoods the i new rooms,
; ; I city ; MOO acres, ., sara rich haaiaoc
: by the leaves of' the vine, and who can.make .the most wqrds out '. ,; ':1.* ". ) lying..
I 'i Unto purer.bigberJite" up : :" '; SEMI.ANNUA1STATFiJENT'017HZ plenty.closets and goodsrvvnts room lot$*%* from river: 50 acres high,shell Iud _
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: earned through the vine and stem of of that in. three minutes, !always beginning : '.'. ..,,< ". .-. 105 feet, good fence, good sidewalk;and the street the river sunk;having trcu o(.CII .
;1 JThif jroi Srertf_ called. O friend,'lo"go, shelled ta fine lot of with
p 4' : ,. r grapes' bearing; a young-orange large. tWO'stoy.San,.
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I should have stayed m jr foolish tears the squash itself, with instructions to with J initial' letter.p.fdic word. :) trees: flowers and shade trees growing thriftily; good finkhed; house ce'aiaacie lall.aeaIf.m.
couUTunder the occasion' the! word chosen tLpRiDX. SAVINGSiBANK/AND; REAL ESTATE, .EXCHANGE well,with pump on back porch,which Is oed with and la surrounded with large MljOqa
as' best it bearing
appropriate Upon one ,
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And bushel each idle wjjh. and moan, ) : .c. ;.- : flowering Tines. Will be sold CDCap.N. sosie'1 -Lo.:hr 1Ia: good weU,4
f L, To,feid.ywi--' -*- last,TOPC Co4-jspepd- circumstances. The force" by't the yitU was cofferdam. .When'time call .1 .a "..,.' :". '. "i-. ,i.. '.,1Tlfilsolwt'lle..Florida.; :< '.. B. To capitaE""'desiring a big thing" there and that holds f(300 cancbIy aIIr
drained
c', .; M4.-1 O; T X v :-. jrit&d power of. the vine ,was sufficlent.'tpaise everybody pad built; from .five to l-.1l: ". .'-_ .r.. .i-".' 1.1" t' ..j; '- : '- II a fine opening Springfield;For a few thowianj dollars rirer foe Jraal: <0-at>ortatloi from of n b.
1 khbwn.tf will go a great way just now. particulars enquire. crop; rt
a column.of water fortyreight.feet twenty words'except'this young lady. Inco.' "..., : rated." .,r" Ju11'6'c" ':, .1. -1874' : Capital-.. Sto_ ;k.?!2.O9OASBETB. of Norton& Kooker,corner.Ocean and Bay streets wfld best orange trees on the plac: the aoiJ II suaiba II 6e
i: :: t had.known that/untiT, Death. ligh'in forty-eight hours, at the#"e'nd She only had one 'word-calf. *We ;:. ..\ v.. ; :: : : No.74.' HAifoscWRasiDcncs'pos S U-Six limestone sagas Is landr abundant.of CmXto This wkfca reaBrSi..:
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4 1, And still*the quickeninf of the breath And now what is the use of all this "whr/ there is" nd 1 in'totTerdam I" Office FUJ1IlturC.rind Flzt1lftl...;.-....*..>.;...:._i.0'S:;' / "oo I, commanding one of the finest view in Jacksonville;
"i Cash oa hand,....'.. -..___ .'>..; -. ,!. ,. . 10.504)1) windows filled with fiur lights oI4o4schglau and nungwith N.B. Do yea.want a save winter .
1' That stirs in >'fuirnicamng now, Simply this: VeJbaye/ asked. Naturea Then we examined her paper. To the StateCountyl8nd; .City Treasury Warrantsfaco value fj-J*adYalue.1.7' 07, cords and weights on pulleys and reaching to theloorwith orange bees and: dove.In FVtid? yqiett,?j?
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tread the and she has given eternal honor of that uninspired unconscious Real Estate in the city of : : .i1l .S.Ik"I 15 : casings are a Jot, 1Oa:1s6.ct.1a ,5prIag5.it.Wp .
L .So long my feet must way simple question, State.County and City :Tar CertiScatss..1L.-: :; :: ,.--, __._._--... >... 1,195 *j lag and oiled! and Tarnished making a beautiful' finish; bcaIthfu1,and WIthIN fri minutes walk of the.
: Of our accustomed. ... ,paths alone. ,.' us a correct answer. 'There has been sumblimely ind. &.odent .'Notes. and Mortgljcs secnred,by.pledge. .of.real estate.and.personal prepeity.of the,value oll3 ceilings high,wall hard-finished open stain., dovbler oa whieb Jo'anab I.b$2 a :l'fIIr aqan,
t. : glass,front doors mortice lock on door in.house N & "
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; i I should hare prized 7our: presence more, much dispute about,the, 'question soul I be jt.said, she. ,had .spelled theword .lliDJc. p dtDadft1l :'"'_ "-,,-,- ; "-. ,-._-. -,60 IWI china closet store-room,plenty of clothes-pres *,bathroom .
whether the '"caff 1' If here Insurance piTTnl charming No. 119. Xtract: of&S meres: fe acres'
I ,'.'d known; trees grew fxcept.at extremities anybody can 'p ,P. i> nmi HIM :: view is to be had of the the river and surrounding : oa Joba'sriTer twisSeW
law'cas calf than that T; JT rim.11.1._In____,_..>mrtitiu_ | ? city of lackjomriUe. This is :
andimportant spell any sensibly jii.iinTi-nmu- 111 i'lTiini JJ J t19 country : three Iou;making 157UC9 feet5 good well; one of the most dcsinble"j
I '. ,If I had knowti how, soon.for you young shade trees started.; half a mile from post-office.. Fronts In the TidnJty of Jacfaonrata. WiII".
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Drew neir the ending of the i&bt, ,. : -'.' at a bargain. '<
: both sides were sure they were right, milk. The insurrection will now Individual r d lts:_.:..__-___._-' _..' ______ _24.16) 74 I 'No..96. .A.large two-story;house with .ten. large 146. Six acres on Arlington river a4iig
: And on your.Vision, (- .fairi'. and,ne.r..' bufthe weight of evidenceTwas nearlyall begin. '- 'Capital Stock"paid!tD_.._____ ._ ._______-.m_- ,Ooo 00 rooms; thoroughly bUilt.and finished in first-ratestylc. Florida Home containing the old Tineyard .7. die
Eternal ,eacdawncd.into:sight : ..Undivided Profits.'.... ;..- ; ."" -- -.; .6"-,00 with twelve feet ceilings: one acre o(ground,:COftI'CQ at a barga'n. MIa
a against the' theory of elongation .\ |Profit and Loss,sun_-J_ .U.iw;-;--,. -..... ..U'-_.....- ,SoS'Sj-. ,9" 09 with fruit trees and flowers; pleasantly located; within
d I should hare.begged,t iorc'i last'gift, STATE OF FLORIDA,I -- . five minutes walk of the railroad depot- Price}iofxx I No. 147. MnrorouTAn HOTH_-Tkb Votd b
except at thC ends. of the new, wood.LTie FURNITURE 'Duv1County. i. . : ,-. .' : '..500 down,balance on long time desired. I centrally located builr of the hex Frecch brick ud k
I : tuXThatycra, before 1<. great white throne, story of the"filbert' tree growing .. .J; .:' .J it Jamet'J'-H."aine.? President of the Florida Savings Bank and Real Estate Exchange.,. No.99. 400'acres in'Orange county. ;. one' ."mile from! a terns firswjass apply Jwtoe Norton la every Kooker.mpecc. for! : piers' ucL
II Would prcy jrourpoj&r1 friend, earth. through.the.centre; a mill-stone : do solemnly swear that the foregoing statement U true to. the. .ten of my knowledge and belie Melonville.** Price, |5 per acrer : lI
up WAREROOMS f ; ', JA ESH.PAINEPresldcnt..
r. i ''If had known. ) .. .. '
I .
and finally} by its growth suspending FURNITURE STATE OE ; '
FI.AIRIDAt! Call on or write to m,and state your wants:
; : . .. I .
: ., ChristianKtitt. County j ; : .
: he stone several inches in the air -. OFFICE COR OCEAN AND BAY STS,'
Sworn and. subscribed before sic.thr.3dda1oi April(A. D. i8T<. . JACKSO. VILLE.FLA. .
.: : ,:. uASqnazh1nHzmess-. was not generally credited. Our i investigations ,- -.' -:,- -' JENKINS-TH.1 -., -Visitors always welcome. Latest paper on file. --f-its
*-. Correct.AttestJQxATwC.CwLTThasvrer.-'oa ,-
.
*C>Gb *",. :*,'!', i ; prove that similar effects DREW. ._ .. '. ':' t '. fsw.3, : .] .NotaryPubllc.-, : THE SINGER :MANUFACTURING COMPANY'S

44 : ;'i'':.t Sothe'accbuntsohe.Iifting( power 'are-produced''everyyear-iy-CYery ,DAVIS, .& ','i : : .,. : CELEBRATED
'
,, *. *'. of a-vegetable in. its: growth, as determtned. tree which rgr wS;'and that:this risingof S A. 0..IRth51EY.. : JNO W. : HOWELL. V :

: : ;; *- from week' to.week. by put. the tree is necessary to its'own SILK TWIST. -

: t. : ting.a; peculiar test upon ,a squash, preservation. Under the.influence. of I'ARLOR- SUITS. .CHAMBER- SUITS; HXISSEY. .. & .

: have been pubished from time jo ,time, rinds which sway our trees to and ? : .. ; : : .HOWELL, 1 This company now having in full operation at Nca New Jrney,the largest SILK WORKS iatW
.
furnish article of Silk
but the whole progress of the experi- fro,, during-.their i growthlu4he rootsniiist -. > ; 'WHOLESALE RETAIL'DEALERS IN .: 4, wo'ppuo; a superior, : .

k ; inept was detail dbyPresidentC1ark, be-.Joos ned in ifie.soil and par"ially : :"j :;.' AT 'GREATLY. REDUCED. ,P RI GES..i :tit

.4 ; at a late meeting of I Massachusetts prevented from holding the tree MOSQUITO.,DAS & FIXTURES : : .
BOOTSSHOES .
';;*'t .For.the conveaienceotthe. public this1 celearateb Twist is '- j
t 0 Stalft'Board"'of"AEricnlttrrej securely in its place .. : .
1 : ture ::n! Plant Growth." We; take Now for the .remedy. Each year; : LEATHER' & FINDINGS.' ; : 'PUT UP ON SPOOLS OF DIFFERENT. ,SIZES,

the account from the"report in the as.the tree grows, it lays!(on a ring of Pari' DAVIS :&' ,DREW ChI beSui : :. ': "-'..' '>%** /- i Te finest qualit being. thereby. ofc on spoolsTn quantities. :

I '. New England Faffker" ": newwood: entirely.around every part, s= "
'arlor" Chambe :. .
: : It had been.known. for a long time not only of the top, but of the roots Suits. ''corner of Suits., A. complete .aSs rtment'.of New York ard Philadelphia fine \' .FROM FIFTY. YARDS* U.PWARDS. :

V -hat plants exerted, considerable force also.; It :cannot build on the. underside Parlor Chamber Goods hand. ..The above unequaled twit Is manufactured especially for the use ot all kinds(sewing machines sad
AND ,
Suits. BAY LAURA STREETS, Suits. ,always on : *
"
this twist in and a
for different machines the are large as
4 ? t .* during' their growth., Beans,.acorns of these roots unless it lifts the Parlor Chamb c using Dti1C. ." -

.. . 'and! other: seeds lift an: amount of tree (rom; its bed, or)crowds the. soil Suits. J ACIt5JlVJLU. FLA. Suits Sole agents in J Jacksonville for Samuel' DunbuCo.'s" ,LSPECIAL: INDUCEMENTS

weight, as they 'rise 'up-from the soil away'from'underneath; 'to make room Misses' 'and Children's Fine Shoes. : : arc offered Lo the trade/all those about to purchase will do well to send. for Our price Est. .
.
?'.- In ,the, early 'stages, of", :th.i.<;i 5r' growth. for the new cells if is bound to carry :'Goods 'sent by mail' br: express to'all parts' of the- ?t te. .

\ ::1 Mushrooms have been known to lift there.- Finding it 'eaer to lift the EXAMINE OUR LARGE ,STOCK. -

: {i u flag stones ,weighing eigbty, pounds tree than to sink the world, the tree Bay Street, hear Laura,, Jatksonvillc, Flo. :. .: THE> :SINGERTRIUMPHANT.

4, from their bed ;garden walks, and accordingly-- raised each year, by -. -. ._ : ; ..:N *"- ; ":- ; : .- .Ttj -

: ,. shade-trees .in our :street! frequently justl's rtidch, as,:the thickness of the .MISCELLANEOUS. I_ 'MISCELLANEOUS; :!, tj : .: ,". it i.' ':! ,
.
: lift the pavements, and even crowd in new wood, which is laid upon the 'Iio1.. .. .. 101 : :::1" !;!', '. "- ; .' .--: .. '.'
.

1 .,.. basement walls trader our houses, with under side of the roots. And now the 101 '. 101, .I. FRESH ARRIVAL EA.RNEY'SFLUID ;:.,;.1. f '.., :: : ". ...

: ;', their roots.. The force measured in' a beauty' 'of the :arrangement! is seen, lot II.. 101 ., : K .; % JItA '
4 black birch 1 to raising when discover that this added 101 .' 'Bay-.. ': 101 .... OF NEW AND FASHIONABLE GOODS '-: .-*. : ; T. '
a 101 :
; t was equal we tJAcsonY1LLE.t 101 EXTRACT ; ;:J/I1.I :.!,,; : .. .
I column of water eighty-six feet, while yearly growth just sufficient to take 101 leI. 101.101 It ,
.. . CENTLEMENS' FAL AND. WINTER WEAR, -,' .' ; 1:'. tr
r in motion. The idea the slack in the caused the 101' 101 .. _
.
.,. the'sap.was was up roots by 101 ., 1111 '- BU'.C.H'U: ,', :, .,... ''
.aMBKACINC -
conceived at Massachusetts Agricultural rocking of the tree during storms and '
t 101 101 ; ', 11"4.. t ;
I College I of measuring the winds. The tree is, thus securely 101 101 %.%* 101 101 FRENCH. ENGLISH, GERMAN ITALIAN" ;. .' "

4 .'.:f.t- force of a growing plant, and a sqtiash tightened and anchored in the soil 101 101 ':: AND AUERICANTFABRICS._ : The only known remedy for' .",. ',. .7" i '.," S

4 was selected as subject for such an every year anew. 010101010 lOloocooooooooooooooooool D: &D 0101010101 1 SUCH AS'FINE -.---.,- .'.'.: '. 'If ; ? ,. ,

I experiment. It seemed to be the *. lOloo DAVIS&DREW, colOll0l0looooona..c.oo.o&ioaioooiOl :-BROADCLOTHS,: A. cU.IERES. VEST. BRIGHPS DISEASE, -,',. : .* ;
: INGS AND GENERALFIJRNISHING .; :
of could
available .
S most anything we Ma.rkTwathon Spelling. .101 lOlooao FDaxmntx oooolOl GOODS/ -- I '

4: ,- try. So, last spring a bed of rich 101 lOlooooooonooooooooooooolOl attbest.orec.( .,?-;. ''And a posttire remedy. for "_ ". .c '

t '" .' compost was prepared and placed in There was a spelling match at. the 101 101 lOlooo.WAKEHQCSavooolOl lOlcooooooooocoooooooooolO: : : : : : .: J. BARTjER. .1 GOUT GRAVEL, STRICTURES ." -

of the houses at the Asylum Hill Congregational Church, 101 1110101010 D&1r0101010101 *
glass College
L one 101 101 101 101 : Merchant Tailor, DIABETES :DYSPEPSIA, [':AGAIN .
1 ,: where' observations could be made Hartford, Conn.,on Wednesday evening 101 101 101 10: Laura#Street,just above Bay Street NERVOUS DEBILITY ., '
and Mr. Samuel l',L. Clemens 101 101 101 101 u.il-6m" c JACKSONVILLE. FLA.. ''
night and day through the summer, '
101 101 101 101 DROPSY
A : ; 1' ; "
p. .and daring all weather.' The soil was (Marklwain) beingcalled. .ori fora! 101 101 101 '101', : : y1.1 133.254 MAJORITY: :
: .
"' .. .
.....101 101 ......101 101 t : "
few preliminary remarks }i B HUBBARD .
: placed In .a, large, tight box or tank, ,. spoke.. as 101 101 S ._ NON-RETENTION.. INCONTINENCE OK. '
URINE, '
i 'Id'which' the roots were made to stay, follows : 1 101 101, 101 101 OR IRRITATION ULCERATION INFLAMATION..OF THE'' ,STATISTICS.' OF SWORN' SALES :FOR. 1873 :

and during some of the stages of the LAJDIES'AND GENTLEMEN,: I,.have 101 101 ; : o- falhmvl'lk, &*., ; i Companiea. : Sold in 1873. Companies, ,- Sold IaT .

& squash's growth 'it' was watched, and been honored with>the office of intro. ;. '. _101 .....101 Q BLADDER AND. KIDNEYS HE"SINGER32., AmericanB.H._- ;..-..

I f hourly observations made and recorded : ducing these approaching orthographical : Importer andDDealer inHARDWARE .Whee'er &Wilson. ...._,_, 119,180 B&H'OW'e.- -. 1),919Domcstit'
_., ... ._.. J
SPERMATORRHEA ,
Remington Empire. r---
t -
40.114
: for a whole Wek at'a time: r : solemnities with a few remarks. : IP W- ? .
..
Grover .. _. loP
Baker .
.. : ,85.179Florence* .M. .
i I c.1 I Squashes.-are made,up of fibrous tissues The temperance crusade "sweptIhe THE FINEST AND BEST SELECTED ,- IRON AND STEEL Leucon-hcra 'or Whites, Diseases or the Prostrait Weed__ __.: : .__-___ ,,31.760 Davis__- :_._--_______:. -' 'l)6iW

.T1 .; the outside fibres run length- land some time ago ; that is, that vast IN THE SOUTH. us" r>j '' .. Gland dust Deposit Stone and la tha Mucus Skidder.or;Milky Colculus Discharges.Gravel or* Brick. ai...:. __- _.__ 2,247 Victor '? ._, .___________-, '7.

'wise; then rfother''s t, like bands, jortioh:of the Iandwhereitwas_ needreq I EDGE, t-TOOLS.TABLE I-- ..and.POCKET Howe.HMI..I.._.... __ No returns ,Elees....___.---... .451

: : rrjoss/Jhcsev 'holding %he squashes s.totgetheri !, but,,It skipped"II: 'rtfojd:-. Now -: ,., CUTLERYi, Gold Medal_ ?_ -: ... 'i6.431 Secor._ :_-. -. J
: Wilcox & ._.._.: ij,83i 4Etan.J.L Bi-amcsdo-- .J
I : : the!father ,way.+ apd then, on comes this' new spelling epidemic, Parlor; 'RIcH, PLAIN, D amber ,Nails, Glue, Putty, m.ass, Paints,'Oils, 'KEARNEY'SEXTRACT. ; ; ; ,': ,
-
q is another 'running and ths! time': !So I .
the
stricken
inside set we are ; Suit*. : Suits. I -
2 : S lengthwise, to which 'the) seeds are suppose we, needed the .aft1 ction. I Parlor Suits.' .and .. -Chamber Suits. LEATHER.' .BELTING.. RUBBER__:1 PACKING, : 'BUCHU / OUR NEW FAMILY MACHINE' tl htcl

:i f attached (The unharnessed. squash don't say we needed it', for I don'tsee Parlor'.: :SUBSTANTIALParlor chruiberSuits. .STOVES,TINWARE- ROCKER Y, PUMPS, ---'.__. _._->.-,. ---- ,- Embodies,. New'. 'Action and, Essential a_ Speed>. Capacityl es-sjoconstrnctiinEase Range and Variety; of Work.Operation Fine or Coarsef ;Unifcraity. ;-., "
SUIts. 1
.
) t ; .,<, was now, ,exhibited, showing unmis- any use in spelling a word right, Chamber ". / Lead and jforj Pipe, ., Permanently. cures. 'all. Disca es of the .'' ; I. CLEAVING. ALL RIVALS BEHIND. IT;' .' '. -:
f fcu eatable signs of having been. driven and never ''did. I mean I don't see Suits. FURNITURE.. Suits <. KIDNEYS ., -
.., small-for lany.u5C.ln.having.a. uniform and : DOoRS. ,SASH BLINDS.MOULDINGS.SUGAfc. BLADDER, ,. AND DOPSI.. PURCHASING ANY/OTHER,
t npit harness!inbclrtop jt.) : arbitrary .CAL:SWELLINGS TEST. THE SINGER.BEFORE;. .
? box. been of words. ., : : i' :f
ariA roti g ha4' prepared Ito way spelling \yc .. j t : i ; /' : -
'with boardi in mightaa well.make all c1othe ali ,MllsETapontori| &c._ ,- f Existing'fa :: : : TERMSEAST-PAYMENTS. LIGHT. . .," .;c
h. .. se.t.edgewise! : ;: e, : men. ,women andbildrVfl. ( I.. '. : .' 'f'
i.
1
: tIItth bottbmj. 'on'whiehthe' quash"was and cookall.dishes,. SamenesS We."' .are prepared to offer'our stock.at Gas-Fitting.Roofing, Jobbing.i. a'ILTia .. .' r.CLARK'S 1..

,, ( reDuun'ke is tiresome'j'; 'varlet li i 1 1easing.have. I remarkably prices. ,' : SmhindoueIiordgr.! I city 1 NO. MATTER ,WHAT THE. ,AGE!! cJdcs._ 1hc'WORLD, FA VORJTE.' "!we. keep constantly oa J"land a large. supply. "" ef 'j 11

r jhe biSyJt was' told to lie ther( acorrespondent whose lettersare ... f O.'N.T.SPOOL COTTON,tour.pooIa for twenty.v*cents. <.
UILPERS' : H. Prot: Steel sys0nc: bottle of Keanuy's Fluid SINGER'S STANDARD MACHINE TWIST,from twenty- ve cents up-alt sises aad e*NS.
[ : ; -
entire
.t : during .grorlbtor: jicriod.t always a refreshment to me ; thereis -:O:: ""B ,' .,: Extract Buchu. is worth more than all other Buchus ACME MACHINE TWIST 100 yard spoofa.t for"ss cents i so yard :oils.3 Lit J eta*:

.. of mature squash-hood. Iron/ |>olts such a breezy,' unfettered originality '. ; combined. '- SINGERS. 'LINEN AND FLAX THREADS OILS. .NEEDLES, *-C.' *C.

4 ,; and straps' easily tecored the cradle, about his orthography. He always DAVIS &.' :DREW FURNISHING MILL Price One Dollar per. Bottle,or Six Bottles for Five '

t ,. ... .". but,Omctbing must ;be done to keep spells Kow; with a.large K..jNow, 'that ,: ;. C ; 1 iri4t. Dollars..- /' '' .' "- .. !. ,

: the..growth ,rom, rising, ,or if it did is j just, as good.,as to spell .it. with a .. JACKSONVILLE, ., DEPOT, 104, DUANE ST:"'NEW,YORE .' : "-. The Singer Manufacturing Cot,

tt %' S. -rise; to, indicate.''the power exerted. small one; It 1$ !etter. \ It gives thetmaJtiriatiori'a DEALERS INAll'kind '
A Physician In attendance No. i72' BBOUGHTON ST.. SAVANNAIIGA. .
I answer correspondence ,
made broader ''field wider .
An giat9r'harness, open a of.FURNITURE, CARPETS The undersigned would respectfully call the. attention 1 aj>d give adrice gratis._ .]L:_ : '. ,
.
of those building ; ? ..: C.: A "VOSBURGH; 'MoMger-
contemplating to their establishment. .
to admltljght and air, as"the squash scope;:: It suggests. 'to the mind ,MATTRESSES,'WHITE 1 .* '
PINEVAl They are prepared furnish, at short node. a3 ; : -4VJ.iytf' : ;
: i'.. ,wouldj-ot in a tight, closed box, was grand, vague, impressive, new kind qr ,, ?NUT/Lnd, CEDAR, LUMBER. etc. kinds of ,-. 9&anr. ..>"I4roI.q. .. ....Fi1LsrmL-s*. .. GEORGE W.'FRAZIER, Agent; ,. ,'..
'; formed in shape'similar to the saddle cow; Superb effect can J>c produced : I : t ; Builders'. .MateraI'! .-' _: ,./
of a,.cart harness. This. was placed by variegated spelling., Now, there is I JACKSONVILLE FLA' consisting of, .' : ." '; ..' : ) .' :', : .t'. .,, ,. .
: 'f 6" ... I ,. -. :... .. ESTABLISHED IN' 1868. I ;
,, oVeFirre-'sqnash\*'weights placed BlindTjop.thejnusicalprodigy. He' .-i a ; -- Rough andPlaned; Lumber, : ., /1 intfjrl; 1 i '.f. .
j upon itTfirst.aJgKt". then-, as it always spells aword.according to the I COFPTNSANDrUNDERTAKERSM i.., (,iJ ;';- :" : : !T : >" :;' ':', -

was lifted by ttie' rowtH6f the'\iash, sountj thatis; earned j ; tp)i'ear.{ Aiic I J _.. ;. Mouldings,: Brackets. ',,' NERVOUS, '...- : AND DEBILITATED r A'K.:';; PERCIVAL> *.;[ : _
.
a heavier one was Uid 00- 25 Ibs, he is ao'enthusiast,,jq orthography.,! .ETALL1C .. ., Scroll an Turned Work : .OF BOTH SEXES. : .
\*-T .
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w ; .
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then and after Whea ixLirord he shoutsit ;BURIAL CASES ': : \ 'f. :i. ,, :.,:;:
; !
200 ; ,; :
5 4 that 200 at a time.K O 1t tputs ill 'his soul .}ntoI t. 1 I AND Sttwed and.Rived Shinglet:, \\Lath Fencing, NO, ;CHARGE, .FOR ADVICE,.AND,,.CONSUL- 'O' : : ., : : ,'111' '1
.f' TATION. IJ1 ,-.. ,- '.
4 It &iidimcu1t find him 'called WOOD COFFINS ; ,' lowest ; :< ; '"
11 soon to once heard 'upon to spell &. at rates, : l I' '
V .: ( r'thcmThe sad- ," ,' 1".1.! ::1" : ,':;
.. weights or'robtri orang-outang before.ah audience. He : We ha""rcccntlJ'CIIIWEed our- iIfl and increased : ., .. .
t' die got full. Then inch bar osteer zaid."Or.a.n.g our.facilities fo. executing all orders. wiih. dispatch. ". j Da. J- B. Dvorr, graduate of Jefierso Uedic ,d... .' ff.1; '. ;
an .
-* t orang, .g-Crr, ger, College. Philadelphia, author*f several raluabi works; f I. < .' I'." :.I :,1.11
.a,.}arranged .on the principle orangger. t-a-n-g, tang, orangger- Give us a call before going elew ere.4M I can be consulted on all diseases of;the Sexual. r Urinary '. 'I ., .':. .}.:;
,
of tteeyardsone'! 'end being fastened I" Now.: body)U\ ; an :(which ha 'has.) mode an especial study) 'it .. .
tang
; respec PENNIMAN & CO. or(female no Butter from what cause ot* :i r jI" -

r down to the cradle bedtof. squash, orang-outang, that spells his naaue'.ina I' years iginadng enables or of hint bow to long treat diseases standing.with. 'A-success.practice-of Cum y ', .' .; 'j.._ ,/'j. ,' ,..''.

I **'=-*ndone.foot from the- end, or just vigorous way like that. But the MILLIARD SAthO. : guaranteed. Charges reasonable TboM at a distance .": l : .

over.jbe.roid 4* 'i OF ALL SIZES AND QUALITIES ,(The Larjest south of Washington I ,). ItarnPtapYPcstao.; > f .
tng.Y&s Jttade/.fc&d.beyond this"bear; of him. In the old times peoplespelled'just .. : ... ... .
jar : '
: fteJ weFght were hung, as weights J 21' hiy"p1 'd." That LADIES'AND GENTLEMEN'S ROBES.ENBALSZINO EAY'STREEt.,. OPPOSITE. ; $T'PfI'JCE.. Send thcuh1Is1eaII4. Price loc. -
I DEAijj1Ni:
--L : .
-i '. V DONE WHEN REQUIRED. ; 'tIJ'-S 4J. "' H '; : ." ': .1 "
Tl !IJfiuJP0 Weighing bar. was 'the- right idea YOu had two B; J. 'DYOTT. M D. .

', VVelglui er p .plW. priflV\ the J bar chance ,at .a .Istr ngcr. then.r; You : .LSO, :,.g ". .s4t_ : ,' .C1! -. cf.- \andS-. --- ] {- ; .' :4EOOTS SHDES L.Etlt/

t .. ..broke... -Then. A ihCSnUlIJmber sx6 knew a strong man from" a' weak 'one MARBLE AND :MARBLEIZED <, 'Ii, ,Z en5' .en- -. -! ,.i alo'bane'N.Y i- _. _i ., ; ,

} : : ". inches, jood and L-won ,was put in by 'ir Iron-clad 'spelling,. and ]his SLATE MANTELS.\ ": .foot' Iii 5f' "O'r'}' 4 Boots and Shoes,neat and durable,at I BUCK VS.! '', ,:T"';, .t i Ir',;. .).t- ", :: ,_ ;,. .'

4 ':: place of( the broken bar, and )loaded handwriting helped you to verify.your SLATE HEARTHS, &c., _. .. "I'Q t, -I 1=., '0. -. I f "' S ;r. :....)i I ;; .;.. .::JJ ;A'ND-nhFIND1NGS'i' .:: ;:" : .;; ::.' :

I : 1'. IL1; .With:D&SS.ofundand anslli till it held verdict. Some people. have an idea I MANUFACTURED TO ORDER I 1'.J 1''en"fr" '.a : cJ 'LIVRRY,SALE AND FEED'STABLES .T' 11.1; :. :' '... : : j ./,' ... 'il',:, .'r: ;. .,jii.t! }, 'i: ,J"'."

) six of the latter, and as many of the that correct spelling can be taught-i ANDFOR. SALE BY I i \ :"r.. .;... f. _. -J : H-: ',' : ,. _,;.'... .1' .1 .jto-n"J' .1 ..' -
: former as there was room (or., Still anti taught to anybody. : mm; ,Ms! a : CALVIN OAK, : I 'Ui r. #f.iiPcrcival. Boo&si"- .C 00:

& the squash grew, and as it grew, it mistake. The ..spel.Jingfaculty (s/born i Fonyik Street,between Laura and HOCUS, i,1 < Stamp Hand ? ; -J: : rwstlt:
twi6>io* Jacksonville.Florida. Burt &' Mears' U .' .. '., III OO'
; -
,1 >
ia
f ft ,
raised, bejan4, and nvjls; after in I. at
n like music and ;
: .,* ; onq a man, poetry; art. ,.
another as they were piled on until It 'Is' a'gifty it 'is' tenL k .. Philadelphia, and Baltimore 1/ ,ftjhPhiladelphia --, ... .-.i, -.: ; "i frrt, I.10.90
,
; a t People AND ) 1'r ] .cn. 1 *
; : .4. r one morning the timber was found who have this ,igift'ia a high degree A'' LLIGATOR PLANING MILLS.STEAM SAW 1-! i >. .' 1 Vienna Medal\ cable Hand sewed .." 1:--.-:.: t. ?.,. ; -. -I'., 1-, .r..,;:f X S*o '

: broken Bunder.,j its but .the and for sal I J .' uS" I .Peclva\'s Stamp .. Congress. ., .. :
: j;; .weight, only} needto jec.a,word in print and Has constantly on hand at Jew prices a 11 'u' '" jIb! ttId! !- l1.rt.l? ': 3'.50
; .z ( 5 Burt&Mes
lumber cut 'In dimension to salt biiidas.Planed 'z .
rough
; .sqiushail.fob.t.ana increasing i in size it is forever .'', .s .d.. ." <'L'1, .s
photographed -L- '
upon their. lumber of every grade and description la quantities t Ij'. c ('JS If" .r '- / KoJ"; '. '" -700GOODS
} ; '( 'Jio A'heavy- wide cart-lire to suit customers.Turned. work of every sad : .best strtUn ; -teams':]i U the' ;
::, rl1. jwain meraoryr They cannot forget it % ''VJ.JJ ] ana most livery city '; Vienna Medal cable'sewed .. *#!<* '.'*'" : ehr ,: 6 SC1 .
all descriptions. Scroll work of any pattern.fafings > can 114 found at the Stable oftha the -
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