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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 16, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
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oclc - 12368935
notis - AKN0866
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System ID: UF00079941:00067
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from he answered. "Come 'of Flprida i lao l Sj 5o4salc'ij: :
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to geFap1' : A'p3.tb traile1ibuid&: amount ofiabor.; arid trouble'jsl'ingaYheHASUpT '"tha Whed'if'a
; crosses aa arm of 'this ...S&gdtttfrandOj ; nid.:i crnde'tnea :yards '- J1f foWwed -..! u. F"- Vt&fk\U\i \ a9therFqb3l3p.,. TkqwneraothesI.r&d rotaiVo naerthrourg4JUe'"tArrel* ) and

: 6n" The'; distkoc'e' 1$ fried pork and jhard J bread._ .-S- "t'kP.h. '..,"_'< .' f"1 \fur.t" be'IOttntf.edl P.'V*dtrs* r.ly..Tocess] >The1b: i,; .son{the,d former e.ssrs'from v TennVy Hanover rind;,,1 and badfc*'M1 d zentime,J ..aodttae'u!np

; 1The-ttfS1kfi6Wft6 Blankets rolled.up..sailwas hoisted .iut1)e., sunshin i, .. 1t ldc( g plan is to'hold ''ttHeenrader the trees, ttiatt1froth': : b4an';'Yt ;urrohiNew "' Ukth but'unrotle'and'thii.Peia : .

: ; en:.; et'h. e'1'e.; andthe: Indian Camping*.Ground receded OUthUJltlt; ,w.efdos tq'h then shakerthe"rrmt3 hard enough to o1d'bk"adcolaryof's; \d b1'Pr ri r'fiJ d lo er inds.oftbe arrd Tabbed

d It outitutthelndrah. $ from yiew\ The water was |horiso9w IPompin 'jump1ngfronits make'the jipeofnlrt JalLL.Dopot place! J tt1ers" ,with.thc.eleaaJpatiVttftfes 9Bclit \

'tliC stakes.' The'sav turbid; 'and ;)the,'stream' Ver ..narrow i. wvesfloatiug'bfl',' and.. 'a fleet;6faUirators was ,the sheet' D;{ gtowKl4.< .agjthfe; ripe i and''Vermont We vIsfedhe.ig1ndioa Hampshire .,is thrown away. to.Tbit1 OIIt'*
; toretain Tall canes, broad',:Jerns and tblc1t \I <-s1 Ji 4J ? t blhi T. A- :
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vtexcJusiTC' ; .o .g JUtba nqe ,.r.u\n :
.. ; portion'of them,iiiiMarch, !cgarcr1LpQrtQL; f.tJitf .dlj l:fb
r the wonders :of ,he w-gr hjid..takjphe.jlic ,:o.f the .'hiE'.t' f 6 tIJl'ih edt'natjp .ijing : al'!h.1.ts ro gd last and liked them brush IS then njhtqOcd..thorojl4
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;fun, mislead and, mys angrpye.swampsT ,We were ,fn the .. g.J,, ntka&X..ak ( ultt t Hade MtaA ch ith dhFifl
"; -. ..,r. ,J (1 .fOI1t S4 wjll!,.swiui we saw i in FlofTdaT' They"are decid ,if l petrpleum : ; { S
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There,is but glades. 1 had heard companion WOrI1I. .
one 'my ; ,t. !( "h.P9} J--.* ftteftyjteftM f."at.. 'pat edly the T ieh'esf'wt''saw;'and or?thebestride. u"n nna.n UiS ,.an ,t
n the. I light and't V e speak 'or'a'-point called the Rapids was as blacfc: ebopy.arid( emed,to I e gs in a anu dip in .he' (:ye< Easzidepf, tl11 .$tJ9hns-iver-.the lean'a dozen f tM'joosepsrmz
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:, known .as.. J'IE\dan! imagination, had pictured; them !be alfrc. Vltittaa: iliw-ralivdlf; for. two,minutes, .t then dip tn'e'ni-in'aS fprrthe) culture. thdirt that'1nret6. : 'i 'J
:" We : after.theRapids: of.the 'Lawrence; corned iVSas' c1ef''a\ 'lef'Jt1i'm iJ(1rip' 9ra gc The < .
were hoper ligators. They gullscover" short effect: the,nver-is w calcuUt. to i be if. iiist" pmtidd' 1i-
it before dark. ) although! They were'trelver feet wide and twenty .j a Cot2 iidbat'.- Oa3this'JsK6reJ'we ftime'anb'ihey arf i 'Tf1iji' :g- equal p'to.two egreesQf.latitude\' :;peateu,, excepi tbaE'thbn ditihett1.' .

away 'Nopuikleis 1 feet long. The total" deflection ;t d: .lt .l1.. '! Jti,'i" -hTi'rsiirtsefit :.tteasoriwt-if. :: theyjrt'ilaced'infe ,frosts jalt: 'come. 'from "the; 'NpTth'weswlniJs > -oath: rod, :.ftlarfj _

the"3 bayous' and was about a footnot' enough to create t riotH..r'f.r r S. .rtbfr I :boiling;lyePis/destroy ih'e!acri4 ?and''these' are vtry"materfally (n m ..'. :

f1 piter;: 'Our course: Tnusical pple:"-ftnclreleJibiaue"brakes ; '-.boil'I a., . -e"' .,: aiftrrl tBi :i11UUJueu"u. l.l"ilijL' : UI" .J,'-Q'OSS... ,Z1C1-.-- tbingWi&hitbbs 1. I- 9i r ". ,

point of.the :cQmpass. and Ijly"pads, they relieved i color of the purple ifigw Jf dried;iri from two ltb'.fi imles"7 wide 5havTofe :soiled. Tbeu.use.fT iie jRnshzs U S
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j ; pilot. He had been the monotony of the journey and The Fig:' : the oi
passage twenty times j were the only rapids I have'' seen in The! following'.essay: 1'Th e with.parrpw stsupoubichtA place hence always,warm:, 'We*havebathed !1prnefQUue 1:1'-\. Jteet,oln 1 .11t- -v,nto r-r
lost his Florida. upon the lruit't ,J rJ.jhern.iRthesunshine 'the tube. QntjE -'sAlt :
way. S tbisri in:
tn vet Janulryand February .
continued on ,our ,way. Allday long we were in this arm of l Fig," by'Dr. Z. II.'.Mason, was. read as much as'Ssibl 'to '(c1f aie. .r pfd within five .tnUesjof: : ,Mr. Tenney3 j WOefliorthi2s : 'like"'sh'UJdtt

east and west.i I .By,sun- the Everglades. The lagoon became before theF.n; Growers. Association t >. rg.! .r The second day yp'u'can'flat'''. lands wjthxentire( comfort.; That was edi as thr petrpTeiirn' dissolvafooT

our selves back within a ditch barely the with of the. boat. at the- late.meetinginlhu: :city.; ten' the"figs by pressing'Jthefh'wi'tfiHhehandi ( at' ..Camg 'Pleasant! ,"- .asj,. .Messrs.Smith ., 'the dirt. sufifcierityiS5iiftr. !. Jmtrfof .
of the light. We could This ditch was as crooked as. a ram's The hurdles withvthVfraU' ; ''t-tJ1' S- If; .' 1',>
; .barking :through the horn, ,and-was: intersected by hundreds Th ,!F g:' 'its C. JiiIr,' rif( 'ieP. ra.' .thern'must; be'pl laedei' ahaer'shelter fat !, .Kendrick,',and puzsdf,calledthetiplace .. ...
.where we
notwithstanding :we had of similar. ;ditches. All were ion: .for Market.t t" I night;.or whenIt. rainsi The.'objection1 carnpedthreepigMs S .J tlo ;,.1J I
lined'with stunted ,For,.several. ; partllltiave.el,: ; winter.befpre.jast.S f-
bushes and choked years
miles. ; to drying in-the open..-air istbat: Federal Point 'is'It 'station ',here While we are celebratingcenten
died the by reeds and saw-grass. Most of the deavored to direct theattentionof thEp.cplepf its inlthe: fruit .and. in' nials in.this "
away, ,twi1ighl :a fly lays eggs : several of the St. Johns steamers'' stop country"eternal Rome,
; we in darkness. time: we could not see' twenty feet ; Florida. fto fig culture, and short time become .
were they. wormy.; this to take wood. Mr. Ten ney calls!;'it .on.the aist of.April, bad.acommemoration.
himself to the oars. from the boat. At times the water of have'given-such information'as I possessed can be obviated by heating them, !j.nan 65 miles (Jacksonville} '' There is ,In.honor.of.the.! ( foandatfon

the.night was rather extraodinary depth, and at others so founded.pponexperiniCirtandthe oven or stovey-jnst hot, enough tii a daily:mail direct from:the' North tiut:,city., It i is. believed that, l me''is

for sandfiies shallow that we had'difficulty In 'getting i experience, thus :.gained, as .1 destroy the"vitality of the.egg;but not oS hours.from J>banon. (There are a n)>w,*,6 29.'Years.o(. Tftffst'
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but while at the.light through. The bottom was thought, would tend' to develop this enough to candy.the fruit. It requiresa few settlers. within .convenient distance -.April, at any.iat is the ays" e\a'r rt

taken on board. large mucky, but t'occasionally the muck important; prOduct o(the South, believing : : little 'practice' to ,know, when' the all.. Northern .families.', Mr. in'the'Roman calender for this, jcocnmeraoration -

,. fleas. They thrived .by had drifted, and clear silvery sand was that the profits.to be>derivedfrom fruit. isidry; enough ;; they should .be .Fplsom has, a. good, nicely furnished: : though tri "'subjfect r;&

we suffered'correspond- seen. This sand underlies the glades. the fmuit'when:properly prCp redformarketwoutd'prove soft, enough:,to, pack close l in; a :box boardinghouse' for. Northern boarders. 'openjto dispute; like' the'date'bribeMecklenburg

on through"the The turns in the.ditches were frequently -. to 'be nearlyas'greatas with moderate pressure.; keep ;better A half dozen more families would declaration ihdepen&

were lost in a sombre so-short that, it took 'several .t that: from..orange,:.culture. ; when packed close l and are freer. /romp, make the neighborhood large enough ence. But .there' 'i*.no'denying'tBe

broad fern"of'a minutes i, tp p h..the'. boat, around i and when it. .is .understood, that, .but the' itick of insects.- fora schqpll The ocean steamers call fact that, whether Rome: 'will ever

; .extraordinary. When them. At intcrvals.we burst into Ijt- little. more skill required, in preparing 'Thetxesshdul1Eoatain, : from ten 'whenever flagged, 'to 'take: fruits/ berries have.tniendjOr: : not,. she ..once Lad -a-

discovered we bad tIe l lakes .covered with lilies's large this fruit than is possessed to'fifteen,pounds,as'frt' masses of this or vegetables, for Charleston and ,begionipg, The ,originofiRpme,i iJxBlin. &

mile out of cur way.: as' ph 'p1 tes., I dropped trolling I those .who dryp; aches,many persons. sfze they'are_not likelir%r becorne-dry New York.- TMy.run twice a week,; the..mists) .antiqu"ty! but tie

retraced. The watery line into.some.of them; and' caught .ahurnber I will,be:induced to engager ,:thisoc- arid insipid. In'makiDg i ;the boxes starting from Palatka, liouniles above. Romans. date from the time yfhCJTRoriuIuspntiitshind :

re perplexing .than, the' of fine black ss: i cupation, which must:'prove l lucrative. use oak, cyptessor" gum;'but --do not single! box to the- plow 'to }
; Wit lj stop 'er QJofa: : or
We would think While' pushing bur way through'a i The fig can be :raised 'successfullyupon use: pine; as.tt.ilr; impart"' turpentine b3.fT!!. A store has been,,pr. |;s, about .,turn.up.kie4 furTowsarpunil ot.he base r

along all right .when narrow ditchwe; were confronted 5byasmashing .a great. variety of lands, resembling taste to.the i fig.; I|: Qbeopeue'd. We brought home'It| .of what afterward' became' known as"

abruptly end. The sky /alligator. He: had. a tn this'respect the orange tree. S The,best and mosjt:expeditious plan :us .specJaienX .of" ;he' soil! ,, 'which' we the idpalatrnHjhF'P: .cm- whtdr there

inky water, and reflected large fish in,his mouth crosswise. The A soil!I}richin'vegctablematter;.slight-- is to erect.a. dry in. Chouse,.the: size 4cf will J bebapytoshowtoartrea'ipter- was originally a'Pelasgirtbwn; ooe of t
path was notwide enough for- ,him._to ty.rnoist: but not'weti seems.to suit itbest which of the which (form
the.
oa-ntt palms along' the ? will depend uP : we turned back" rd. pass, and.be could not .turn, around. ,- and produces a luxuriant growth.. the orchard,. rhe drying-house, described !strawberries arid blackbrrrfes there on i ,and who were finally'! ly.
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lookout'for 'land He appeared:.to,consider his chancesfor The largest and most productive treesI. Jn,thePMay number, of the Rural the 26th of Marchi All. the 'semitropical -! reduced to,.the condition: oLser&'orunitedwith

,we're right.:' he said; a momentand. then made a rush .have, ,seC ri grew near,springs; of waver, tartriiruan; ,1876, js'a' good one I t fruits:and
that dead rubber tree." I for the boat.. .As h passed ,under it from .which".fact 'I, hive' been led ,to WhW plaht Js"searce-a- hoHse; can' be there successfully; We' saw; :an-,acre new, people, .;he:.Latins,:jPejrhaps

more. than one. .' dead; he lifted us from the'.water'and we that:irrigation,.naight'prove[ beneficial. built of logs. One'"five"feet by"teh I bananas, very thrifty; and the,ban no such person as Regains cvprfounpSHKjf!-

'we. were not, right. j could_ afie'ard' him;fisti'and'aU, ,of The fruit fig tree in ,favorable producing, largecrops.three feetand: six.feethtghiwill: hold a ana.b always l saleable.at, a'.handsome &, ,9.-t.b .:%&PSa.IT' !! :
thought recognized crawling on'the bottom. ( years large 'quantity of .fruit; In .cutting e.2 st wit jtheKbmans
I profit, requiring only two. ,years .to
wish I 'could : describe crops), must necessarily, be ''a heart) 'commembfate alttbe sime1.Tbe '
mangrove, or a peculiar accurately the l logs face.:both sides of the ten;feet l star .. .Iany.are intending to.go to }; :
of an air plant. His' the strange and beautiful flowers feeder'aridshoud1! therefore, receive logs.isoas: toileave:.a..space, of :three .Florida, we rnvitethen to .look*. at : ; primitive; 'act :whicri laidftrie:

have ,something to peering from the saw-grass and dot each/.year a liberal application of' manure inches .between each when, they .are cte31 Point: before f purcKasing. ;It r in dat n-'of a1.er'"hTcrrcln -itS:
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it, was 'so dark that I. ting thc: little, lakes; also); the many ,made.by composting good muck put inj place.. Let ',these, spa s.begin. f'cF lC certainly! be': much t. pleasanter to last to rule bvereightymJlIk: >Qof. thVpopulation 1
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air-plant iior man- brilliant, insects that trooped .over, .us. with.ashes and lime thus ,furnishing two feet six inches from ,the- ..bottom.Make ., have acfpfony'of' Granite;'and Green of-the;world,.and'tttfexist* ,

situation was anything There were striped mosquitoes with the necessary mineral and vegetable :ari. arched{ :-clay t ,6r; brick flue Mountain) .boys, than: to 's atter, and in jnemories and'adoMntkmoTair: :,

.. We' could hear large golden fans.over their eyes, winged food. Some, persons, :advocate the through"the house lengthwise;; haying( we are confident that Messrs. Tenney generations since, wai :celdirared in' ti

from the water. Alliga daddy-longrlegs, green spiders with plan of planting the 'jig 'among their it smoke-tight t" and the chimney,':at ,and iFoUom will do' 'the':fair 1bi g.! Rpmc.pn; tbcjW5t.vUtimQiandpo .. !

through the swamp, and rows of eyes'like" tbi'guns Ofa water orange.trees,- My objection is this : the end.; -utsld A thick sto -plpecan ,We ad vise!no man to emigrate,unless! night ;all \the? Tninsf,ipJbe legion.,ofthe ''i

of a death-owl float battery, house-flies with1 eyes ''under Thefig sends its roots Jong distance be used for 'a" flue oul the .beat ibis health issuch:as.to render itlleG-i t i1-Roman-., r *Jorum-- oJ' ,vwere* >tUluminated*- *-J..**. 11.
bayou. Every minute theirwingstripletailed, spindles, hog- in'search of food (.have found them will not be uniform. Put slats across Thosewhohave good(anus,:rwith.cpjored.fires. No pnc in Rome' I
nessary. 4 kor..the
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humming birds and witer spidersas forty feef from the: treewhichirobs the ends and centre' of th'e >house' '10 : world has i '
eyed .r
to be,dashed to pices by or.a good business .in, New England.1 'i, iu- ; ittb tietsb*"
the that has :
--I caughtaqueen the orange of manure the Make the ,iDc tclt
drying-frames.
S large Jgingersnaps. support suhlmand .,.
manatee. wit.hspciai.privilegeS !
bush He had a shell been applied to it; the; J leaves rt the frames hairtheidth'6t the house, to nave' r e it'eltlle'( tf'bHUartSKrHsrtf :
o'clock when we swept spider. :good'health, will': not act oiTpu advise !-.. -- ." '. ., ",C '. -.,
and th 'growth 'is n : : T--I- : ; i%
J"r small islar.ds roofed with on his back as large asa pictare crab. 'orange turn yellow ( fit theopennngsinth';logs. 4qoss I 'if they' sell_ put and. .seek 'new! .-... .
tber .1
arrested forei.wiiuldadviseYthplantrngof ;
." As'we were swinging The colors were. translucent.' There ;; ; the,bottorn. .of these frames .drawers, fhom'es I in ''Florida, 'or anywhere se.. Snow Spectacles for the.H.ArcticRepQ..Numcr
crickets red the;orchard separate" from make lattice of stems Upon .>,...
Moore pointed to the were gilded, grasshoppers palmetto irr'tbe wide world.: SOmemeti; However *
I "Hold on. Keep her six ,inches long, and millions of other, trees.There this place the figs, and 'slip thedrawers' /rwhp probably would not survive S as are the ,Comfort'provided -r I
is no 'distinct'and- definite r for the officers and crew$;qf.tne
the' Indian Camping iong-waisted insects with .mottled in their1 laejkep. rup a these severe Winters, we. are ''confi-
."H e was right It wings. But the flowers were magni' nomenclature: of' 6gsa; : few varities' moderate fire, and iii "twenty-four 'to dent might bewe'll men"in Florida, ships about toeplorethe Arctic

: :! f firm ground, the only ficent. The colors were of creaniy are described and named,"while the 'ihi1y-six. hours }time' fruit.',will be'cry i while others who have almost literally regions,..none:.will ell so PlU h'"el.

swa.nps. .vegeta; white,: delicate yellow o'r charming larger number are designated .as ;the enough, ,Be cereful. hot .to have ,top nothing'.to, tjo ...hereyji are equally corned by them as'a new._ kind.of spectacle I

: through pink, and they emitted the sweetest, blue, black, OryeHow'fig.: Many are great a heat--for. it.wiJI darken the,fig, I confident. .will be likely tp'get, a good i just invented' ptetQbw."
Propin*
\ l blindness The author of the) inteiiib'us i
small for drying : -
perfume. One in particular merits: too pnrposesthoughvaluable.fbr giveit'a syrupy taste, and- lessen' its I start'in'the"world.there"much sooner -
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decaying '
found a n.' : the'tabl In 'r kl cbh'tmahce'!Is Mr.: Witfia'fifvirmte
g. aselectfon'fordrying
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flick- attention, fur it was very scatce:' I maket value. In building the house i than: 'eie. arid with greater" com fort. "
a fire. In t ill;: dozen 'on the purposes I.prefer and"daub\ all.t the Cooper, the eminent oculist. It is
: saw not 'more than' a put,on"a light tppf,1 If high' tocfetyi dress, fashion, fast
about me._ Ne>rr th e largesiz9 and of a rather well, known I that:,a.long exposure to'
?
-bole trip. Its; creamy leaves were ; 1\ l Ipwer'cfacks.witScla'y. l living the'-hbrse race,'the theatre; the
more dismal spot.. One :ha c.like the.wings of a bat, hooked dry,exture; though aoy-of .the.large S SolOn Robinson' th ughtDrM3.son'sprocess ; sensational preacher'arid daily':police the glare'or the irifense WHtie of the'' 1

oak was our only! shel at the an .Jes, and its. pistils seemed varieties iUdo; thercolor'' makes' no : 'of dry fng.the,ng'-too:aptiquated gazettes-a .whirlpool l ,of excitement, snow in ..the' Polar- region1 ismost1liarmful
that we spread _our flavor from the rted to the sight'ftb deelTthisaif-!
difference or will
mounted with: Chin se. characters ith1 The.Alden?process dry and turmoil and anxiety.im.the' world _
add to our discomfort, fashioned from mo:.*en'gold. A !long article* r .5 the fig in four hours.. during the wpekV\ continued through liIj; spectacTotgTeen4ncdla.s*
and the -
wind arose the antennjT' of abutter-. ThEnfigean be/readily./ prppagifed, Mr! Beach-would' rather plant tl.6gs' Sunday in ',-if sunoundedhygauze. have b4npigsed. -
Jr ibesejarc
he.c
began to dance and. flyjsbbfout feeler/like, from the ceil?" ol the. both J* the.spring, n ,,rrthucuiings; highground, 'than on low;'!moist your ideas of life, don go'within, .a .) Thesej will: ;ho..eT.er-wJ.

water splashed drearily ; Wjen.the, .terroinaj) ..bud.ibega'nV J jp ground: Figs! ,' an .be/raised,/jiere to thousand mites of Flprfrfa;. practice,:as*the''glass-part: of ibe'spedtacleis'liabletogeVdiratndckiWed
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; eds. 'and .the' boat'kept cup. '' S The ,,'elJJn the,spring,.i'';thei: best ,time any:"extent,.and. cheaply. : the pfan'of these.13r Min: /,
the wore on. SS We.: nave
And so day Hlie .-!/
Thedlmlight( them. WKite tie gaSpP2nf 'bynea1i6f'
rocking.. wind freshened.. We shook our sail to nut out cutting; have eight JudgetDupontgaVe; ,his ciperiepceliith5on our' poss siithi, 'for-ai!led' .by Mr.Tenney ,; *
into view the : the lower wlkl .th ;I petac'T Kv are
brought the boom half to the or: ten:;nches long nt; part, tree which w.henfour inches :' As to'b healthfolness y re .
and ridge.potes'ldt by and raised* way we Close 1beioVr'aJbad..as,that is)the point| in. circumference, he: moved and within five,miles of Coll'Dancy4, .who tenc4'hehln&t.1ie5fl2: ;,, WiULr&aarctic "
When caught by a: gust '
Seminoles. They were. peak.throughthe.high like a hurricane fromwhich'tht:firstTpot| put out; "InplantingV planted.'on: :ground,where; had formerly in: forty years never had z case'of fever climate.fbecomeiSQ'l jhatothe :
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us like so many gib lore grass swath ,behindus. : choose a fi"spot of ground, stood his rsm'bke-house.' It. 'grew on the plantation, who. brought, npjifteen. t human skiruthey.will thave the
leaving'ia grea; .redhot1"wire.
; trench, sensatfpn; : of being-made-of
in sha1lqlaniibgosition'jfeavinGZ3er0r_T t4nva and roductive
place.them a enormously, 'was'Very] \ children'and
At neye.r.erpployed.a; *
bars squatted .. Frequently we lost our way :. .- :: Mri:,Cooperssno'jr" :'spectacles.. S
our two It was a tree'something between the the ;
would them altogether .
carefully doctor .for ;fp,.
Moore '
'coals'and made out such times closebont: : have:ne.5tner i glass; nor 1 oif1p.thjrt.:
He.edoced
; the soil
buds 2nd the Ischiarfig;
out ; dollars. We
examine;the bushes. .If he. found.anybokCigsbe ; 'press sugar amount of ten want j jt *
: arid de"of
Hammond clap- composition. :'for they; ; [
: en11 onJtheVighttrack hecnttingswater.and mulch iriJh from: this experience:'thai the. treessitouid zndertoodtmatw di .not guarantee
we were
to his leg and uttered a was sure fpali fed.with.ashesj. with table C bOa! retied,:on tp:'th!iiead.
: "He had profited bya i grass or pineTstrawtshadewith-a : ; -e to: all.tn"e settlers families.of that magnitude '
It was s nhng. In the the Semi metto leaf, and contiune,.this'.shade manuVe, and also liberally! witksalt... ,,of"equar'freedprn from disease by' .a;; velvet, ,cordr, They'resemble.somewhat !;
: long experience among .halft walnut shelbr
down his stock two
him turn aft r.they'begin tofirow. ;especially. . .-FreeJfree,12&vwd M 'He --: .
i hand.up'the leg 6f his not *;""who-' mark the paths In the the rainy: leason, as there .; t. J _. : ,' ,', . ." .- fastened .bver the eyeD 'Their greatpecnliarity 4
:the limbs i 'of the !throughput svc.i oJ.eni.o.LScotchjnet. SS II
When he 'withdrew"it a- glades by breaking When The latest ;is that "the 'weired ,iethroagH s
: remark-" is:danger.o( their sUn-SCldlflg., reported on ..the .CleanlzigGuns With Petroleum. : "
Moore's eyesight was has .been, _
bushes .physics .
s dfngjng to hTs'}ore- prefer. 'obtaining ; '" a simplelsirtyrl3nfsgrtKe: f
practicable'I, my
tarantula I ex Lilme d. able. He would detect a broken trees by layering the limbs or shoots Sabbath question.; ;One'Sunday whose morn- ..Greasing" a 'weapon* with ,'fats. an'd !I pupil of t !.,eJ'-, .By-5h: { ? fieasaj.Tke4It tI

it and shook i it off,.ID twig i in'the saw'grass where s.stranger' e the fallpby planting ,timeirinthe : i tnap3rty' fPaisleyiweavers water" ,for the t ols does not entirety protect t ,j it jrorn I :? % doqroriid ;.

thing struck, me on. the would.not notice,the.bush. r1ri Spnrig 'they: will ''have" formed'a wives' are' ''down'thi( !rust the so cafl tIdfy oils gel gammy ,th$vitCM.beiroade, n ,oit1ar e,
in in- On went The chao net became season," 'wetd "anxiousto 'get 'a:ross and'resinous while 'the.nQnl'difDg" !according.to the amount ofHght frond*
on' my feet an we lirg i-m (roofs 'and when -Iran'splanted ". I It. : "*. S
I ,to the ground'and my -iiarrowthatMoore and Hammondgot .ss'o grow *O'r4pidly; "CuWngsbyarol4.iIbe from'Gourock'to punootf. tot Deeming! j jan' ;biU,become :'rancidI j and''bypbsujeto : ex. ',agreeaphro'r pamnfur4o:.\.1 e*cye. jne''skles *- awith
shove .her j t.'a profanatiQnV-however, engage &i of tHe oreaJch ate rYofatetS ; S
with. it. An Examina out., of the boat, .to j : tLO sct.ouf t; 1 th3 n atrtSpsphere, : e1"oo1 '!
I: it 'to ,be 'a Urge black along .. : butlayers': and cuttfpgs.sh'Quld h>ye .a oared..boafc o? ;t.1) i purpose, they acids are*formed; and these'attack-tbe minute hblesjlofonJar tnafibe* .

had been dragged In the muck up to- their waists they. shade the firat year..afttf; trans employed! a friend.to. .negotiate.with, iron.' 1 ese'aresome" of the :'reasons ,.cathii! 1iid'er.. Wb.. .. .*,r -
partial
of he:Rbihsa/iteamer; : _:'F"Jf1n At'j''' or S
: rotten fuel. Its sting traveled" nearly a mile. Never did the captain : why petroleum'is to preferred for "t1lISJ r. "
planting.' ATs'toWand1 take
Htmmo d', leg they lose their 'grip' of the snriwale, ,S "The: distance: template ,therooted >eteast:6iIbrt.bbtKtit : : .thilpurpose. Petroleum: is; as great '1 5.. '.. )

He was quite/coot 1 for at any,' time they;were ,liable'to! plants proper fnfthe\brclrtrd ''wiirde- withinV",!t'Batwhat's1ttiemofal ai fie'wal'guanthafway: .an enemy.towater.as. are the (attyoih-J; A BANG 177 PATH or Bpors>-Idaho

j after bathing_. his' leg. .in step into a hole ofunknown' depths pend upon'the richness,of t e'ijou and floor"ate.; :: and hence z;i iC a gun barrel is covered City brags oaH pair oi boots/madeixt
diiTeTerKe.Jprayiskedihe'negbtia J
-his supper.' ''After, Twice they, bad hair-breadth r. m escapes* kind of fig;(" on" common !land*fifteen betweea-bein rowed ,by iwith: .a ,thinf film! petrole.Qoi! .j it'keeps that town. rTbcy.are lf PPDKdt.'o'

uneasy and complained from deadly moccasins. 1" couia seethe feet will do. The second year some tor- '- -over' *'D ffereneel the water away ,from the.metal, ,wo.ch[ beataoyboots eYa7ctwQrn; J1'.
,of' -flatheaded vipers clipping '; oars and towed bY..3..S1e.1med. forms tbe )barref the. iterwhi;n are of fineleatbzi.jvi&gold.tipped S
i e. The bite a black of the plants will fruit-and, a fair average difiJerence | ; I
is very poisonous. through the saw.grass as the'boat'ap- yield, at five years old will be There's hantje' T rests updnthi!$;fitm/ot petrqlenm/eyapiprates toes, andheelj, of goItL These boots :
.man
It dangerous between rowing by;the.power but the oil does'7tfot 'indhencenornit b tbe.hfgh"sheriff OB*.
lady in-the Miami settle proached them. was about one' bushel. I 'have a tree .he.does ; ; are tp >e worn_ by
been stung in the neck work. Cranes Jnake birds, majors whi h'annually produces from ten 'to whamaumanswer. ..for, what in, can be To'rrhed.; If'isVerjr'esserittarhoweveri the ,streets of'Idan'o"next FeforttT orotl j

a few,hours' poring the bitterns,:and other Xowl l",circled,from twelve"bushels. .Avotdrnjiuch pruning, and twa water hcet ls ,pu'jS.us. f b that ih-petrO' } ; :when' there is- to DC* a"festrralcejebratfohi :

scorpions; 'are' torpid, I the reeds, and flock! ? of black-daws 1 uiiless.yotrwisb.tallirees. The more 0ih! 5; ?.fiS a5M?> ;? leum or 'kerosene employed b per After' the bdotif have f.
i J A flock,.of .mau[ particular, a,steam engine's .no3L&irat for 'such axis n'brokeo in'by:the sheriff tftey are'
; impureoi1,
i i n' ]lacks'the extreme laughed at our,!a sblps. prune the, less will' be the quantity ; oi 't bleienr. fectly pure* '
you ijeioi'it'sd'iae
! J ; : rii1 g it. Tn 'the screaming 'paroquets. ewer 'u$.: of the (ruityouobtain,* S "' ( : : SS often met with. in- commerce, attacks to be'sent to the Centennial. hibiUd

l! '&114 (August Moor' Glad" were we. whep we"again,struck' atIlthe' : .. ,. i. '' the metals .Care- must alsobe taken in Philadelph5a.of!! 1876. The-..boots*
i's often the case powers
,stories ,of this insect deej/water. We were'wafted over' aclears It | in the expression not allow.it to come ;la contact;wjththe..polished are 'ralued.at! Jioo.in.gold.. ':-,
concentrated .
4 in. 'They had their trpcn' lake. '!Then?we dragged of the plant.anq fruit ip is 'ADo1d.1adYf and cuiioity,were stock.as. it j is..liable. ..to i S. i. j > i ,i -"' ,fIt
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but little. The. fleas our boat throbgh'a'narrow'littJe slew,' the ormationollwood and no '; whose face sanctity to theieodofaxljoc dissolve the varnish. officially' announced, .in,Paris*
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arid T could not shake off sailed over'a reedy' pond;,'and finahlcaiited produced the; 'it then becomes growth necessaryto of wood,. solernnlyTbIendedr-.walked! .on t-) e\; PU\York side ,'The" 5U.q: $.clcane4.a.s: follows i !F at the, vexed, .quest ion. of' oV the'S
; : I ,. 'shore ;with stop: excessive J ; : tin flask' restored Vcndomi, Column $5n be-
t ; ttrucV firm: ; day and Each rifleman:carries ,a,
the
viz. Bother
,; East River : '
witli.thedebris which_ wdoneby; roptrprnnning, of,the : crowned hustt.ue lieeri ettted"The
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ofstiff. $
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andlittered and brush
kerosene ,
a round
green gras ; Hall f examining 'Brooklyn! .pure : fL'Vr "*-
S Moore was: pattering by cuttiog.all.roots in a circle after 'leisurely 1 ; : 1 U ( of' fi ; Siw$
: '.The fire ofanJIndian'camp'tITbc most np'tfie in'-[ ;hogsVtnstles, wbich'jts bar- Npolcon
i and kettles! of the branches this shouldbe l a spy-glass, shut *
i i the length ; through r ** ** -
he'd i1
Utpacedandthecomplet
object,was'a,J large,'w.poden reloftb. ;Thebrtsh, | is screwed.to m
when he" shouted, prominent knd walked :bIgain"itlk gun. .
strument : F.
done i iq the.winter'The5 ;
) : testoration f of the _'he7r3
:
i iD.,which.i ( pounded \tb'e'nouod. iTbe guhneir'also tar-
squaws
1 'We'regoinc mortar ; d o4cl r rri aPii'hp .'. .
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et'1Jp : 'of the fig for mark' kbe .( ;'- ItJ. entrwnti otf& cc
(1 'his their cQrnAZ1rC lil3". re SQD; S preparation1 'tftisf t-"d"4 lOt' LrdJm rnes onieMrr n rnpWlow. 'Wb'* m ii ntpl

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II I .- WKW-SOUXH.uhWEBKLY.. JAGKSONApLLEr-WEDNESDAY JUNE i6 -i875
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THE NEW SOUTH. : t is-lo-oiuwhen( other risks are not ,',. Communications'; ) o Messrs Bishop, Harris and Mathews, .before\new Con .-omes in. Another" alCi l,., .,:4 IJif i watchmen will be
5* has been purchased by John F. Dunn noticeable fact js, as yet not a bushel has been The Third Term Ival of the subject to the .
---- abundant Its fruit i I. always welcome, We commend the attention,of aspiring Question. [ Director-General.
4' L 4..1'0.. ) t and Daniel A. Miller. It is the intention shipped to Gainesville and up to this time last I
Exhibitors
0.0..CAIlaVl" ".> ADAKS.;CARRUTH CO.sio. .. can be dried for a sure market at a slight I politicians .Ue two communications of these -gentlemen to subdividethis year upwards of 15,000 bushels were delivered Editor New South: Neither the Republican or such agents as th

i .URXCIDK. J) cost, and by appliances easily at the I this issue,'of character,one landandss1l Ilof iq tracts to.suit "here from the New Orleans maikeU. Convention of Pennsylvanianor the may recel designate, shall be responsIbl f,

;: -. _.oo- JrS ADAMS. EDITOR. command of nearly every one, or, by rfeng'the pltcl term" and the purchasers Ocala Banner of .or large mea s.- shipped We learn 1200 that watermelons Messrs.. Cessna to New&York Barton on that of Ohio, manipulated as they ment objects ng.lunpacking: as wen as, and for arra theft.

: --. .__- -- simply boiling in syrup can be transformed da.tn from Olustee. the Steamer Hnntsville on Wednesday last. were by disaffected leaders, represented moval at the close of the exhlbltton! .

1-TO CORRESPONDENTS AND OTHERS. Into a preserve, which .In..pur Wr by (representative colored PILOTS AKD.PHJOTAOE.His' Honor )- Cessna: and Barton' purchased the will} of the. people of those States. The transportation! recelrlnz," n.
TLtae/iMtnt Locke of f: this Court deliveredan and
oKctod from aD < ,
re eftte Judge pa
ng arranging
puts ofth
State. Abo, commuaicatioM CIa Mityeca ofrener l liMcrett opinion Is every whit as 'good'as the men, different :sections or'the State, oral opinion the case of John IL a fielJ twelve r of'watermelons of Mr.Wbhing .'Their pronunciamentos against the third for exhibition wm be atth 9 prodac&a

", ,paaQf educational codal and Industrial made frotp the quince or, the they throw, some Jight, ,the,. often on the Devil! property ,ne&r, the' term is manifestation expenae or
r ""!. CotTtspoadenu Ibouta make their ktten as preserves upon Gclger-Jr., TS-the Br?schooner"BobM depot, Jor about $1,500.-Alac.hua 1 Cifutn. ,:\ only a ,of, the t the exhibitpr"' ,

/.tIOt"brief a* the rwponiibfc bets and tircumtuaca for opfaiont"exprcMed will permit.b j oarCDlTelpoa guava. "X disputed capacity'of the rank and file of on tho,25th inst When giving' a decree f= PUTNAM COUNTY deep feeling, of those who. ,unable to I The installation ol'1e.y artr 1

: ,Rqected, manucHpacaa, neither Fe'w.kUQn'. fruits .can so fully be the Republican Pa.II'tO'cmprhend the i in that'case, principal points-of in: control 'the patronage' because ot the I qu .i D tby
r- 11,>ft' prekrud.. AMmymou CotIbu'. terest-decided;were that in order to'entitle Mr. Lilienthal informs us that be has,, arrangement, be be-gtra- spej
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t ,; .r. ,vlUeot bMCS4.; .. .", '-, ". generally commended for so- many- ex' nature of the ,pl. pilot to,the bonus of pilotagefromjHiy within the last .week shipped.18, bale! .'vanilla: unyielding watchfulness of the President progress onbe.work.npon as 'soon 'as .
cellencles. and the wonder is discussions! of the day; rul. to a Northern house. thbijj
standing tlcaj yesse ,arriving ,,are seeking to tioodwfnlc the honest will permit. The 'general receptloVff

:; fc r parerI IeriynZ( that every one who is the, owner of '" The Views, and opinions.I of'euch; .rneno, ; where hIs services are not; pr rIle:'steamer Osceoia, Capt. 'Denbara, returned voters in order..to .pave,the way for' articles,at the Exhibition' Bnildinn

ctftJ.pleasant, puoe more to, hear the L do rard,'docs'not.ipplr himself, with. cannot be disregarded wIth impunity. must not only appear that he bad spokenthe far on Thursday'the.gin. She: steamed L some,man wb.can,easily be ,won,, owr, be commenced on January 1,1876. will and

: 4e or two or more long".Iumber trainsthundering an abundance' of this desirable, fruit. bad Teel when bet"seasonably"enterlng'the' por but o. up Lake as Harneyi as;Puzzle at which Lake'point and'returned Gen. V mum to: or awedbj the threats of those patron: 31LI816 no articles, will be admitted aftci j

p t : over JOUT J., P.,d IL.RaU. The eayof.Mr.Masoitswillworthy': .The: Cnten ever the frt ''danger'or intricacies of r transferred bis thirty prisoners to Capt.Land'ssmall I age-dispensing politicians When tbe spmC8 not occupi d on the ht 01

ioa.4 ud to sea the wharf crowded for of general attention,', of, periodical,, republication -' We republish theRegnlatIons which navigation : encountered; which steamer t which soon ,thereafter': ktaried L time comes for,the election of delegates 1876, 'wm ielzt td the Dire tor-Geu Apnl riI

_r4eks,( fts>1o time. past, with' vessels ,''and of' being, cut out' and govern'all'applications. for'space in thegrand were ordinarily at the bar but, where :aship's miles for ,Laic this side,Wi,of der.Lake. Lake Washington'the'Wind.er' issixteen' head to the National Republican .Con..r ntlon, for ro-LSSignmeut.. \

; t: *lumberand all re with crowds I generally preserved as a valuablefigmanual InternatlouslExposIiIOfl! ol"1876; master.had voluntarily,come .over of the .' .It prodnet are Dot hitended for
the baror through reef tutu, an St.Jubns'riye the people will see to it that none are petition, It'muistje' eo1Je
.be so stat d.
be'
'of men hard at work.j" .' and hope that they will be generally open'channel, at a 'dlstancefmm the FLORIDA A D'.VUHoNT.-Tbe EquinoxHouxe elected who' will misrepresent them. ; ,and th6Y will be bl elhibitor -

I; ::4 '"These things and_the lively and Vusineivlike1 -: I copied all.the;'State Press and'' thus port mid beyond e. 'ground, the t -"at Manchester, ''Vermont, and Ihe They will thunder back.to those leaders the examination by the icIuded Int Crolla

;L : ,way in" which Mr. .Sco1ield 11'' The Safety of the,Public Records. brought direct.to the attention of all our' &bsnc'ota: pilot at that'point was no I Putnam House,'Palatka Florida, will hereafter this "we will invest with! Ju ries. rna&ioDal,
beunder the :
same response ,
jpathlng! :the. Bradbury.mill l to Its, utmost, It should be a matter of the 'deepestconcern people., to a claim for pioug providing management.' the 'think If no authorized person Is at band to.
; I ctpicity and lulDber.as: to land-holder l In the t 'rest In ifco a pilot was .In; spoke Judge Goss, has been":called upon to hold I sovereign_authority man, we receive //goods ron their,arrival at the
/ .p1utg! up never.before every The general h Exposition *
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said vessel prior t ber arrival atthe; an.extra session -.of;bU. Court,for..lieparties best calculated to'promote, the ..commQnInterest i Exhibition Building, they will
; k 4 soem.loin, di.te] that' long looked county that the County Records, ;wbl l b increasing,. not only )0.) this..countrybnt first intricacies..of navigation after her ,now held in custody for}the murder of Squlrer.! of, our. common country and I moved'Wfth at.delaY-! "fif6redms be re.

ibr revival of the lumber interest,of so furnish e only legal evidence of landtitles I abroad,, and It wU'furnls an opportunity arrival upon pilotage ground; although, .Eastern Hcr (J. protect.thfr lives, liberties ,and, property r cost and risk:of whomsoever Ie may con,

; great importance to this region. ; should, bo so placed and I '. capacities, of such,first dangerous,point.might, be at ST.JOhNS, COUNTY. the cern. .
guardedr ""t exhibi te of .meanest citizen, regiirdLess.oy f
t 4.. Ji 1I' 'j/n be the of r the very ttoftelarbr": ,,and the :The.Priii of.the Articles that are many
ti I i aafc S as to beyond reach_ any 1 florid In'certain direction*. tojalaa. vessel was not reports the'capture mur an written law, without dictation from way dB2r.,
near approach derer(Leeck and ous or.offensivealsp
: nt wife'and his confession of :oatent:
,4 unt..G t accident and c *"i1nIy.satefrorn\ Injury r I ble to'be neglected.' to such mediciaes
entrnc. thecnme and.adds! Our' citizens will DOW any quarter. In thus refusing obedience nostrums, and empirical preparatloul
J Itb' 'recent' Federal appoint- by dampness or from .the ordinary, disturbance i :In our next Isuse'we shall indeavor'tcgive I Tat the law,contemplates in order t to breathe freer, ;'since'this'most atrocious! 'mur to those magnates who arrogateto whose ingredients are concealed will

: ?., Went*'that have been made for bur State, of the elements our readers some'more d nit Idea pilots to outward pilotage.without .' derer u lodged safely in'jail' ,'and we cannot themselves' for not be admitted to the Exhibition! ,

4 Ve otl e.'th'a.t.CL.: ,0, ,Ball, .Surveyor- Yet, within the.knowledge ,of many, of the work'already,accompHsd., 'and 'In performing services, speaking of accord too much'praise to Me SrJ.!Duponr, them the will power'to have rebuked speak' The removal'of goods will not be Permitted -
the Hernandez the
and people
and
-resselvhile.kavirig port after others, for the indefatigablepursuit'and prior t the, close
of the
:
those .
; : ; : general, .as one, particularly fit to bemade" records, of such paramount consequence contemplation. the,time for,t .empl yment.of. a pilot apprehension 'of,this,red-banded 1villain' l insolence that insulted them and trithe Lio n. exhibi

: .- -. This. .. office-- f -j is of'far- 4 greater. imii. ..' to all J have now no, such security, In the 'mean', while, we prognosticate t has arrived, 'and not while being at a unipbantly vindicated themselves. Sketch .s, drawings,. photographs

S portanco than is commonly supposed,' but are ,stored I Ins dark damp'building, that many who DOW. rej:Indifferent i .'wU I wharf, and such speaking would not 'The'mnrdrrer i is a'sboii'thick'set m\D,'p I President Grant has other reproductions of articles exhibited t>r
the confidence of ,
:: and utterly unfit such and to j justify, judgment for outward pilotage; between 35 and 40 years of age sandy hair will only be allowed the
npoorits being Hed by a competent ror any purpose ere long, be glad,.to.know bow and upon Joint ii..
pro In this case the ''Bob"crossed the reef military,cut whiskers,blue eyes, and has ,people and as ithe question of thenumber sent'of the exhibitor and the
: man many'inatterV of'interest to the not only dangerous to .the, preservation L ceed in securing chance to do ,their some distance. from : a deep scar over the right eye. He gives his General Director,
J was of terms allowed but views of
: ;
one portions
KeyWest any of
::1 of the records themselves, but also to name a..Newlonirom Illinois IIFs the
.whoJe.Statedtpend.. s parl serving the State and.themselves;; coming down in Hog :was ; 'coumen- Executive buil-Jing may, be made .the
I : "The '18; Is close, at hand 'when the the health of those who. have. them, in i I and therefore we recommend the cutting rot spoken':.until* nearly,,tb' Whitehead There anee'cJlprtS."e5 is determination'' and brutality! can only come up fairly in sanction. upon DirectorGeneral's
a mystery surrounding Ihis'c:1Se, the shape.bf a proposition to amend the
fIt; wild lands of Florida will largely apprcdate charge. out '; a"oC, the "Regular: .buoy.- Inward pilotagewas de: which the preliminary examination to be held Immediately after the close of the Ex.
ad' preservation
creed but outward\ West Constitution, in a shape ,in which all l .
: jaoil1 l ) : Why would' it be well retused.-Key hibition, exhibitors -shall
bo in general demand. Of not for the lions." IdayViii possibly,unravel but of which' we remove {heir
.
Dispatch., will not speak, that the ends of political parties can participate fixingthe'length'of effects and complete such removal! be
tlie$, rhillfons, of acres; when surveyed Commissioners, to.remove those records I -. justice may be fore
better subser time number of December 31, 1875. Goods
: ? : ,The Silver Spring Gulf ed.--- Augustine Press. or terms then
ahd Ve'ected from so unfit a to the ; General News.
: must enure tothe 'StateJtlh'd building,; whic' Ocaa.and remaining will be
removed
: fo which any'one shall be eligiblefor I- by the Di-
person
t.ibci'' and overflowed land has no title,'to some light Raiwa .M rector-G oeral and sold
swamp county airy,, THE IND1AN3 WASHINGTON. for'expenses
.* ,
Food for the .office President
Reflection.OLUSTEE of
.cta. dthe proieraccomplls1ime&iL of safe place,' like the banking rooms :ofthe We are glad t note the' downright The Indians have declined to execute who the or otherwise. disposed of under the direction

',; ? :. jthis.work! devolves: upon the" United" Fredmln'l Bank,' for" instance, earnestness !,real enthusiasm by any treaty' for.tbo disposition of 'thoir FLA., June 8,187', leaders have anticipated people Each 'the' Commission.

/" 1 $Surveyor-General and it is -moreIbsnibnuniito where at least air,and light and securitycan : which the 'men of Marion 'and Sumter lands;and asking 'the appointment r Editor:New South:-After reading the ought to have' ,attended, this'mat t- to thereby person who becomes' ,an exhibi.
..
{ visit and ter,but as they nave failed,the 1 acknowledges and, Q cfertakes
i4 that so keen and threwda be abundantly secured P counties seem actuated in pushing' "a commissioners't report upon:z communication from'your correspondent people will to keep the rules and regulations

railway enterprise of so 'great ,ha.\rctured home. Such "Modoc Chief," on 'led to"reflect hail_ with sincere,declaim,.tbe hero who established lor the
: business man as Mr; Ball ,should be We invite from all interested impr.aac commission has been constituted and the. government' of, the
,1 '1 : called upon to fill ibis position. We I ,'as who is cowmcnt not?,in the dtaision'this tOthat, growing region and t Commissioner named. i on the position of the' colored,man.in thepolitics "never 'sought :.the, office for a second 1 Exhibition. '

'.: :icnturosay1ha1nothihgwIlIbeosttc) practical 1 question.- to the gen ral'dev lopmcnt of the'State KEEP AWAY FHOJI TUB BLACK fILLS of Florida.. Ho.seems-if what nor even for n, first nODioation." and Special the regulations exhibition will of be fine-issued concerning

: We understand that the subscriptions Modoc says,is true-to hold an' anomalous I. carry him'gloriously through the to be arts the-
; Hhe State through'inexactness or l laziness -- --, Such is. Gen. Sheriden's reply to acommunications organization of International juries
,: of the United StatesSur' yor.General.: DuvalC unty Fair.;, to i ltd stock, i in the):immediate vicinity of to the War.Department't position; to, ,be, the voter and the most memorable political ;event since awards of prizes, the sale of special.

: the road, already exceed ,the ,anUcipa- asking permission to enter the Black bone and sinew of the Republican party the declaration o.f independence. articles within the buildings and.,on

: ;: The Direct' Steamer- No,one who had. ,the pleasure ,to'seethe Livery ons indulged by its friends and originators His region, which had.been refered to at least.' Quite ;a ,nuifiber of the; race The Republican party is in a desperate: other points not touched upon in these

., .. Meeting.. creditable chow, not only' of strait preliminary i iristrnctions.An .
and that the construction,of the whom I: have met to ,and 'none of the aspirants, from
f .:Jn another place,will bo found the, of- vegetables I bet of mechanical l art as well 1 1a ANOTHEB STEAM DISASTER. appear comparefavorably B lame'an )Vi.IStn.to'Norton and Came- Official Catalogue will be published

i I ;ficiU minutes.,of a. large and very bar- of.artistic. :display, that was made at railway Vapidly assuming' the shape Another,Ocean tragedy is reported Ii n with any other InJnteJligenceand : in four distinct versions,-viz:' English,
roonious of the business th Nassau o fa certainty in 'the:near'future. tho loss. of, the' steamer Yicksbnrgh 'at education, and have ever been faith ron, can"rally the people to their stand I. French, German and Spanish. The. saleof -
meeting of
men County held '
: FaIr'renty at We congratulate of the sea'and drowning'of an unknown. number ful l to the party; and if I' am correctly ard. Grant's positivenesa, his uuflinching Catalogues is reserved to the Centennial -
this city, held 'at'the City Hall to consider Fcrnandina, can have any doubt that,.if tle'promoters of passengers.: '' Commission.
,
I t the. enterprise ,upon the.degree o1'successlready informedthey; largely compose 'the adherence to.Republican principles, Communication
importantfubject' of direct make their concerning the EXhibition
1 they,.onco mind to do
: steam'communication with New York. the up so, a attained,'and trust they will'not NEW mnE. conventions bt f that party, act ''choose have endeared: him ,to the, masses,_ and should be addressed to "The
of this
; '' We have seldom convened people ; county'can and.will permit any slight ,'discouragement. to 'Tho"excitment' in ,New :Hampshire the elective officers .from the, whites;, to-day, his very name, is like, the trum-, Director-general J. International Exhibition !-
in ,
this work '
: seen accomplish a honorable themselves seems quilted down in 'a great 1876
a t their zeal. then"enter 'into et-call 'to success: With other Philadelphia. Penna.
: dampen. earnestly the canvass p any
4. 3 t i city, 'a more. influential, meeting,, and as it will be useful the countynd mea The Republicans having a The Centennial. Commission reserves
t Some have and elect their menLo: candidate the Republican is
men must their jokes najority an, 'elected positions of trust party
; never: ; ,one that.seemed, actuated by amore a State, In'th: holding of n; County ,upon the right to> explain. or amend these-
s light sometimes but person Cheney Governor and 'some and profit and after thu i ij doomed to defeat. '
dono
',r ; .earnest regard for the common L aIr for Duval provoc\tou we subside regulations, whenever It may be deemed
: ",. : Tho county. assure our Ocala' Railway friends, that others of the '..Stat,Ofcrs. But the into oblivion. until again wanted by the If the indestructible principle whicbbor necessary for the interests of the*EXIIiition. -
good. pledge contained l in the of The fair that
having been decided on"ltonly p eople of in the b .. .
: the business of this aloft l the party''are' still dear I to ;
I
; men city are too offico.holJing'clSs.] pf this 'class, :I .
: : cIdrecordwas. at the close of the remains for our'people ipionton freely expressed even 'by the A. T. Gosrioicr

t .:: '? : :meeting and during the:day, signed by tV heir,usual effort ,and will, to' t exer, it a' wide awake to their own' Intercst i Tribune and Philadelphia' Times 'and learn that the Northern men 'and the Republicans, they will, urihesitatingly Director-General.,
them bei indifferent to the others of the independent that the Southern smoother all piques, concentrate their
gve' permit 'press Unionist
.*1euy) every,businessman. in the city. conmandin2.success. t sac are the principal embodiment JOHX CAMPBEM, S'rr try. ,
: lck.S cess of a project in which they are gin of the''control of the Senate by and their numbers are almost forces and.put,forth ibeirseverest exertions -
!!There in
the I
were; 'meeting- those ke '
e a will, is bound and a preversion of the judiciary
under wi.i e sted'equally'with. ,the'originators themco i insignificant for practical to.once more crash out the hopes '
4 who lacked full confidence in the representation succeed. ntrol, will prove ,the least profitable any party purposes FURNITURE.T "- ]

,C. of the somewhat uncertain and t The profits of the refreshment branch sel"es, rassible to the Democracy. (if we except holding I the offices' ;) ot f the Democratic party. DEL. .

'nebulous :Co' who We are informed tat'a book for, subscription No\..accordiog'.t "}iodoc Chief," URNITURE "WAREROOMS t
others' .
,Steamship ;f of the, fair',will go to St.. Luke's SOME WHAT. SIOXI FICLNT > '.
doubted 10s if soon ,opened here and t Governor% after being elected,, has The Centennial.The'Centennial'Commission'.
the and character The rejection of the ,
resolution
capacity of following
p ital, a most noble charity, and ef-. I- .. . .
the steamer that is to :lead the enterprise -' (ect,,of the whole will be to stimulate when it arrives we will ,have more to i in the Missouri Constitutional Convention the appointing of all the Executive, Judicial have I issued'their -" ;

about the matter.. on by a vote of 48o l and Administrative; General Regulations for the '-
but all: by'one say Turdaylat. officers in the -
common impulse, h home '
lome production, skill and home I
9 indicate' the doctrine State, and invariably ,makes I government 'of exhibitors, and have DI.S & :
.. seemed determined to:drop word .these appointments .
no p ride. in blh" to prepare the of State sovereignty obtains,ton ..,.,i..I fUY.
&s.wel1a The Good
4 Work Actually Began. from this band-full fixed the day c'op nrn fof the
(
that
: sign could.ops a Hindrance: way for' : next winter,that certainextent* or goes upon ",
"
f : to a "consummation ,devoutly, to be. will dogr at'servi StL Fa: the State I The cotton Factory in'Leon County I Is ''I Sesolvedt That Misiuri is a free and entirely outside among tho doubtful I to 'great exposition. We give below the :.).- I IT.: ::_ -i

;j -wt tshe&" -' :"r : attract'the attention: c.of the wholts ail n longer a mere dream,'and we gladly i independent, Slate, and an equal' member ;; secure officers to carry out the principleslaid regulations, and shall from time to time PARLOR"SUITS. CIIAMEEK SUITS.

i *wIsh ,the conn ixtract the following from the Sentinel with'her sister States bf the"Amer I- down by the conventions and affirmed give all the information that' come ', -; -
: -p.\re new enterprise the most ; ; may ; 't : '<
to Union and ; ', ; ; :
try, capacities of our State. We can ;" neither the State north : :-i .
.t i mpleto'8uoCess., trust that all ,will! take.un Interest ,WORK CED.-So many enterprises 'Federal. Government have the constitutional by the voters, completely ignong'anyintelligcnce r to hand likely to .interest our citizens ,j ,. ". ,. ,'.

Th4L ( .: ,, -- nii In the fair of our IndivIJua.1.. 'of public: 'raemeht: have been right ,t disolye said Union, f ; abilityor qualifications aT he exhibition will open on the lOlh MOSQUITO- BARS &"FIXTURESE '

: : -'Was -This'a Carpet-Bar Swindle" -. county.Jts spoken of as on the.eve',of.accomplishment o r t impair said compact. which i : may be' :found )among .the day of May 1876,-nd continue until the ..,.,: .. .. ,"; ;; '
and'around
I .'f : TbeVfoHo'wing:r ,certificate, was found.among I Bug Catherine "Hunting?" never have in 'amounted this anything; city; and, that yet' General Rutherford B. Hayes ,who masses of his, own, or tho party which 10th day of November following: ._,:f-: :
been nominated for Governor the elected him. :
the papers of Com odore'Wood- our readers will be glad learn that ha by I: must confess astonishment ) The ten departments of the classification -
'I t after Ms Messrs. Hubbarti'and Swartz,, two, work has commenced on t cotton Ohio Republicans, has already iered at this. Is,itthat the colored men which'will determine the relativelocation T DAVIS fcDREWParlor" : : Suits.
death
_, : : ;bu1IJJntedStae.Nary j .'? : "' {corr,]., : entomologists who have .pent't last tory, which,we referred to at length fie elected two terms in in tbt'ofce., He Allen ,G. have no ambition ? ,or,do they prefer I to l of articles in the Exhibition,- Suits..' ,corner, of' ._ .. Chbe*""?.
(four months in some time There been Senat'r except in such collective exhibitions Oa bu
choice as
gathering specimens .I. ago ha some I be ."the hewers i Parlor
.Ik* ,.: ', .FtorauA. P KIKSCJUA l.iKoC ., l, difficulty in obtaining the brickbut this Tburman ran against again I in of wood or drawers i ofwater. rauy receive special sanction-and also Suits. BAY AND. LAURA STREETS. Suits.

t. I 1 ->'KwYouK,.NpTf5, J 1838;. .s : of entomology, mainly in :the, jfn. material is now commencing to, :arrive I 1869; by i'' largely increased majority, .". If so, they ,do"materially,differ I I the arrangement of names in, the Catalogue Suits.Parlor JACKSONVHJJI.EXAMINE. ''. ,. FL.' \ T Cbalub'sue;
the
if..'f. 3A No. 262B. dian jlivcr,region,recently returne and I I in' large. quantities) and the bnilding when' : Hon. Georg' II.. Pendleton from the Caucasian in more respects than l are as'follows: ., : .(',,) :,' ., .

1. : :i'hi. certifies that Richard S, llackley, have departed with a rrityand will 'go up The foundations wa the Demo He was : The color of lc in 1. Raw 'materials.-mineral, ,vegetable -" .- ': ,1

0 'proprietor'' of ftne share' (each,share beauty which they, anti. have been excavated pcc, the lumber is being eleced' ,Congress 1864 and ran And shape of ihio; and'a im:l., '
4 'bdagvijual to five thousand acres over create confidently l laid down on the site, large heaps of the same office in 1872, bnt But J can hardly b live/'thi$' to be so, 2. Materials 'anil manufacture used
.
and above the land clpatvl a snlaton. ,was beaten by Ur..IL B. Banning : OUR LARGE STOCK.
covered 'with water sand for the of a although i is equally hard for food, in the arts the result of
purpose making raorter, as to believe i or extractive ; .
4 t tor'one-tJxteen: : hundredth 'part ot 'eight We 'hl.d. a 'pleasant)Interview' with are rising all around, a considerableforce It; is sad to see tho distress' of, theDemo i in the Jfcco of the or combining processes. .\ _" :'-: }" ,. .1

t '1 : million'tvx> hundred 'thousand..acre),' oCtbe'capitAl these; gentlemen,' on their psagotroagh of men Is,to be seen at work, and 1 papers because the RCjUbll- of elaborate"plat' ,,3. Textile and felted fabrics; apparel .r.1.
forms ,
; of Ohio did -n ml the ,
not t
cans and ;
the ": !
-etock. beneficial interest party, generosity of :0 ; f'J3t: oJ.ct
apd in 'the and fur ;
indicates costumes the
everything that
,. 'of I the, city, and'lej .report the vicinity TaR for Governor. They are sure he the ornaments: petsoor .. ,
Peuiwuld ; conventions
iboJJorida land Company the work construction Is tq pushed I and the protestations 4. Furniture and **.*.**. .' 'r.
;. iqrcat 'd. in oran ;i S bda, .remarkably rich field for i be was the strongest candidate.' The, Republicans 101 ...101 '
; Indenture ,
pursuance att: forward' energetically to' of l candidates themselves that after elec- general,use in construction and In dwelt I. lot lot
acd; i :artIcJest association and agree entomological investigation. ; We' our 'completon. I themselves were very'clear, lions the lings. 101'rro..IOl.
resarc.aDd bone .
and
congratulate- sinew is
:
t that Governor. Hayes combined ignored ax 101 101
p' menl/entered Into for the Tormation ofsaid their more 5. Tools machines ,Bay SL.
They have in nearlythe hopes are not this time doomed to I implements, and : 101.
I 4 company>y heibcmberft thereof, ben camp disappointment that the, is elements strength than'nnr'other man, forgotten, or that none among them, c ube processes.. '101 : ? su.rffii'----: ,
whol Jour project I
., T*nd elated the;'fourteenth day) or Sep and have been en i lhethands of who 1 but the Democrats arc 'greatly 'worried found competent sufficiently trustworthy I 6. 'Motors trasportatioii. i"i -. tLA- iioi _. ', "
business.
.
well. men mean ]l lest it fatal 101 101 _,
tthiberbe4bonsandcIghtbundredaw i trel" They consider the 'Indian was a mistake. It is beautiful / *. .
: '
'to fill'any of the' positions 7. Apparatus and methods for the-.in 1.1' 7.'iui.j ,"d' "
I thirty-six ho of fifteen' liver[ 'the healthiest section I and touching to see their deep interest : 101 '
; | sum hundred I region of honor'and-trust. If this! is crease and diffusion, knowledge.., .i 101 _:
State News.A in so, it is ex- '
'
,
Republican 101 101
saccess.-Washington %% .
-dolurs having been .
paid to the full I
that "
8.
cither
of them
country have Engineering, public works architecture : :
ever 101 V. 101'0.. :
{amount of each share Chronicle. ceedingly painful to one who has labored .: "', ,
: in full satisfaction cnown.Ona new hotel is to be built ; etc. ; lot let >

t thereof, and suhjectto all the provisions, 'of their adventures' Iot which to'the 'atITamp.Stk' New Orleans,'June 8.Gov.; Steams for years to, assist in "the elevation of 9.- Plastic and graphic arts.. UIOtOl010D&D01010tOICiI lOlooooooooooooooooooocolOV_ !

covenants and changes in 'the said articies has a richness 000 been' .' and the State officers with ,him, arrived this race, to find any State in .the Union 10. 'Objects illustrating efforts for. the lOloo DA via&Durw,oolOllOlOloocoGOOooooaooaooooooIOl .

w ;: eontaiued, as will appear, reference that seems t lJeoge.lle' ,believing baaJr ly fkeq cm'; to-day this city. controlled l by Republicans,in which the I improvement 'of the physical, intellectual '
been ,
thervbnto- pany organized by election 101 lOloooo FDBlimrM aooolOI '
vbciBt 'had. Transferable ha
of the
by:, powers most but,is altogether tht and moral condition oi man. ..
'creulous
colored 101 TOlooooooonoooooooooooonlOl
r ;deed, endor edhereoo. and by; delivery,p "to keep although of Wm. W.Wall President, JE. A. Clarke I ABOUT RUNNING NCWSP PERS. _men are.grossly ignorant and' Applications, for space and negotiations 101 lOIooo WAJIEHOCSK. coolOliO1OOou.QcXOOQOoCOooc1Gl .
; "
ita th*Jfuitees.of tbe-eompsny ,and the I to'gd tend Secretary'and Jphn.Jackson ,Treasurer.' I Rowell's forthcoming "Newspaper i incompetent that men doubtful, political relative thereto should be addressedto 10) v
4, .a!gneo'or trf neessigning and seal*1 it rton, t.strengthen shows the principles have to, the' Director-General 101 1010101010 D ft DjJIOJOlfllOt '
Directory" failure of over be. brought to International 101 101 101 "J **
Jng said tep : : gene faith In Florida} Magistracy. The Ee'oQu'ajs: "Go ,where 1000 newspapers in this 'country'during foster the well fettled principles of the Exhibition Philadelphia, Pa. .-- lOt -Wl."----101i-' .}Wjr-

I '"ByoiVbfthe2.1,1. ;iiIe I. .1' Messrs. Uubbard'and, Swartz, one we may t any' part of this.Island. andthe I the past year; thu loss publishers'8, party. Nor will I believe such to be thefact Exhibitors will not be charged for 101 101 lot 101 ,101 ; WJ

rsigoedl1 'D.CutnON'. Tres. representing a scientific association l In welcome sound of' the, hammer ,and subscribers:and advertisers amounting space, .' 101 101 dl01tlJ'.1JlOtl
.". '
{SighedJ' ''JOU'SDoVt.18eo'y.; to over 8,000,000 Republic,of New for whilst traveling through the limited quantity ot steam and _101 101.1O1 1010l
Detroit and the ItLs estimated that waterpower -
greets us. at
other'ho Howard Col lW" 10)
101
'
: *
: ih.'ie'"e rse.of the' 'ciefiihcai York,alone being hall a million. Slate :I have met and conversed with will be, supplied,
"pn above. ,,(, Jege'Musiuujr took the least 500 hare been ,Among gratuitously. 101 101
\ '' '" A hasty trip to Cedar ; buildings those who The 101
a- "n Dew went into tbe newspaper business many colored men who would quantity .each wil! be, settled! 101. ..
is'I of whlcl bj. ,grace&ny u -
: a/. ran.fer: : Keys, before their final erectedwltbln the last *! and lost the "- "* \ 101
departure hav year. / heavily thereby were :27i far definitely time.ot the alloUments viJioY' 101
position
j. 1 ,Ig ,f .: 1' : '\ .' iog, eir.collections of insects with.thembntwithoot 'CODKTT.TbqExprctt .. merchants and adventurers, .816"school needed so as- Intelligence ag 'of space. Any'power; r required by the -

U )" .: c:1 .s llAOaEr, ( .J ,: a sign.of.n ,fire-arm ECASI teachers, 67la.wrets4.'blacksmiths; '' 33 and who seemed to baTe no exhibitor in'exceSs of tht' allowed will ,'': I ; .-'ai! :4.n,{ ,av.J. t:)i5
I ., If any of f onrcpiemporaTwie.\voriheicorrespoftdABtsean of any reports an,intense: x.e.. plasterers, 10, farmers, 200 fanatics of more expectations of holding'any official be furnished by the Gmnmtssion'at a -

throw LT kind>not even a pistol. Having pompleti'd I. mentpraaI1Ing 'in Pensacota 1 .on.,account :- various classes afflicted with literary ,'positions than they 'w lld""In: Now fixed i rjce.' Demands',for: excess :of THE FINESTiAND BEST SELECTED -
light
say uponJ.bat : business at: Cedar Keys I tension, 400 ,ambitions but. : must also be settled the time
at
!&a teir' ; ,of an attempt or'the. StevedoresAssociation visionary York"rCon. ectfcut, where vthe. race ; Is power of IN SOUTH.
THE
rpcab'Jn" sv1nLUe we
men who drew the allotment of .
their young their fathersand
>' .baggage to the train and eppn space., 'J ,
L"it : control. the but ''a in. the b ,
.employment drop cket.
dnvlu them*> to dot The edUor1 of.lho I< secured passage this : t thus suddenly'exhausted large margins ; ", Exhibitors must provide,:at.their! own '
tB .,Jog't.ct !' .tbebVibVlatioddatettsomcwhit.iuuriL t city. TresentlytJifelih'eriffof of laborers In the loading and, unloading ,of,,the paternal .capital,..and ',6 lot'terymen. wouldventure! !aylmn, "i ewot, cost, all show cases ,lIhel 'iog.counters, > ,

b!, the Levy county camo' aboard of ships in ,the,'harbor-' On: Friday the ; facts, .tha, ,no ''class.of people in this fittings;etc., whv. ....1h j'\'may"rcqufre 5 r "- !ltLr.Z+ "'.: .

3s!( ) r- :"- v ; train 'and 'demanded to, see theirlicenses.1 lust. a' mob of Stevedores inflicted > country where >, and all countershafts,wltfi thei'puII 1s. .pjSua 10.. .. >} "Sob.
4t ; every Interest.dependedBO
"For : what;" CAtSIJEN COUNTY,. belting, etc., forj the transmission ; Parlor .adSuits>e
eicn said'Uiey."Why punishment of
: bodily by'flogging in ,
the suits.- '
the "
lor '
,'. 'fle." ?lg" Florida.r ,. for:bunting In I : county and The recent:.''rain nhat: hare I, pr 'iaUec]I largely on ;.success of ta:party powerfrom the malt ,' haCta'ln 'the ')Ia.[ Parlor 'SUBSTANTIALParlor Iama
!,;f, bU'ht I lh ,another place th. the Lvy public square and in,broad day-light, on throughout our County* .bue'much benefittectbfcrojx. would'.:'confide those Jnterests 'BO :Implicitly chinery U. ,All arrangements of ax 1 li- Suits. Suits.

ce11ent tail practical carrying away contrary, to: n.-wb1wand'(9urcolor d 4borel for The oat crop which as. much I larger :: to a'race having so Uttle'interst' ,des- and decorations ,must ,be' in con) Suits. Cfcambe.).5w ts
article on the fig, the law," The'b themto and finer than has njRNJTUREwjjj'j! ; j :
r1'cmpeUed non-obedienc to their it been, fur many yea in common with themselves' "'the formity;with the general ,plardopted, .
j 4ht jras. rwad to ,tbo FruitGrowenat l leave the train i* gathered and the other ire' as 'the, .'
agg : Crops perhAps as by DirectorrGeneraLSpecial A. nG1'1
wl tel "yiolenco.:was tempororily calmed colored of Florida '
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at tlwlr January meeting and before g. T flourishing and'growing as rapidly as the lands men' Hence 1 thethinking 'constructions' 'of any kind;
Justice
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t a wjse, : J.1..J.ih'It l.l1Fl
: is 4i11lm trrder to: again call .atteidon the tk.te'm infllct lat seemed likely ,t' break ou i without more fertilization are capable of pro- men,.with "- dof( Chief," are whether 'It! the buildings"'or "rounds, We are offer stock at
V : seriously! proposed to : at any moment ugal; The ducing. Ton farwe"; ,are happy to say Jrovl forced tobelleve'tbat, the grossest cau.ooly: be made upon Jhe written I approval prepared ta our .

r to'tb.'taeUfty'and'rapidity will ., upon them the penalty or compel I says Uiat not_an effort was made Ezr look dence has smiled,upon us, and confident:I; fiuy Is practiced :toward them hi per? of the 'Director-G nera.I., -...remarkably. .? which forward
a fig-oncfcart! au'.helJrougbt Into them to take out 'to bunt and to's large gathering the fall high The Commission will take .
Conservative precautions
ja bearing cuudttioo and to the pleasure aloo, The whole dawas' City Government t arrestor The colored people are'working well and places by,those, _who owe_ | their 1 all Lathe m, for tho safe preservation of all objects in ; j J !'j .
carry away gale. '1 punish the perpetrators almost perfect health-/prevails thropgtiot'onborders. : and the -:0DAVIS :- ,? r'tr
te I. Executive
outrage ,
and his
advisers
And oft who
I prufit-of such a posgestion.Tba : spent a endeavor tocoi tho.Exhibition ; but\; it will In no way be
I .. ),'; fig. eu1l'-3itopagated from theruilng vlnce thii' fWI' that I On Wednesday the' 2dk a white, male We learn that not a"bushel shipped corn wouldstoop.to'such: ; ) a want of good responsible for damage or' loss of any .i1ii1't

:: jJr clip,'.may V cuccessfuliy mo Within the "bugs"were l .child, apparently a fbyhoursold; was has been, 1Ighl.IO.lhi* place.pr 'county'dur. fl.itb'and disregard for principle, would kind or for accidents by fire' or'otherwise .. &.D-REW! ,
however
; :"jpywn'any where l In:our State, thpogb It I Ijfloprubei the tatut no"gai"nalty- ng meallngof I found on the steps',6fjne. ,'ll o stores den lug county the present'.ti'a sustaining year'nor' will county be while,so Gads far as. ruin the prospects of his party by .m k- Favorable, facilities originating., will be arranged :'I,'1;) JIA h. i'lA.1 LDI.Atu.S

boston the 'heavlar of ihat j' f corn'U ing it unworthy Ux be trusted >withthe!I by which exhibitors insuret their IN
) tolls' F& lotervt-ntion of 4ba,4ocal II attorney prevented Ct. ,considered.- uy Journal., destinies :may ,> :v.. :Ii''j''t: 'nf(' .
Jwc t1i aecond., and" third_ ypar. require ,thii forn( hbg 'an, J Item Jfor'Editor's ; The. ,Clinch grant, containing one ALACIiu.fcoWT\ '; of the State, and would deserve own good .v 4-. All kinds of"FURNITURE 'CA PETSpMATTRESSE.
I -- 'A 4ao&. Mr : te thousand acresofexedilent,tland and ':jiCvfO.Is now wprtlv,| bushel) the condemnation of honest' men ::of all Exhibitors may employ wa.tebmeuds;: .WHITE PINE.WALNUT -
.jJ ; ,J 1fi la 9! pt .4 Piivpr per ; (0 their
jpn rper/s/ Magazlbf "I o, situated own choice to guard
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"pleWnt and wboleioroe'fruit and on tbesOahidOrtng e cents )Jess than last year.at {his.,,time",andw racesl>artfeiif or natibnalities,' 2 ,and CEDAR LUMBER etc.

I'' ';' I, 4. PO. give something I I more than ofdlnafy value Lake, near the flourishing. orange groves 'doubt If It'will.advance' to'more than$i.J2! < -n M .i'







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such communication{ would add greatly to the Mrs. : : 9TXAXZXS.STEAlVt V QROCSRI&a AND PROVISIONS.J.OHN ., UCOAU, .. V
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commendable du- prosperity of all branches of business in and J on* i_,\.J bamb S ";'. ,, .*
to see. a f'J.
S ire wi5bes throughout our Stale, hereby pledge ourselves polilaa YiDe FUu OHARLESTO ..AND .J tbkfDA ,LA .: : ASSIGNEES NOTICE OF APta -
oCenel'O and twines activity; let him nnto Pete* raP proprietor of the New York" ". at be ;. .

of this and Jacksonville Direct music seized PACKET TOi ? the XMsatct ef the Uktaed States the NerAerarDbtrktofFlorWa
lumber V
: and l city Steamship line
: 1IIi11J yards that ad 'R\VAtm'INd' r .
tbe will dis V, V ,-, lathe asattsc CIt j. He* .
we girehi said line V '
ucithe the dull teajon nor the intensely! : our-patronage by Taylor oa Fb\_ : V bswl.. Bukrupt. '
'fhetC, Shipping all ..our freight by>ts steamer or M that time Internal. ._ cd. V jkhiVj V ;41t1J7 Tewboattaur eeacenf TW Anlc* 4 hetvby
weaibet yaJ1I preceding the 7 J' o'clock described CHANGE .OF. SCHEDULE.'t J.J. HoGaad.eI Dwal Conaty,SUM ef Fbrtte
ia ttV1 pUl'aits) ; n to produce: ,Mycharacteristic sailing.of said ship either from New York or Tickets thirty days S : 6 Nf M E'RCHA' 1ritIIIa said .wWhMUt e4 clMd a BaasUahi

in the vigor 10 at Jacksonville that we would otherwise ship by It as Ie- THE STEAMERDICTATOR, 'vat owap l.ent Co.,C, VI ,: V V
other ; -0 .GRZZL&1.alpIs:
Disiuict.V
steamship !Jmes,. at the\ same. rate of -C4 wLEOVOGEL; DLUaa i* ,
S Inson's : V
hivcso1inhIutry' J.1,11n.'J1'
'ft1e freight the Fernrndina lihe'chafgeji atpresent. Office. Wul leave Cbsriotoa eVery.Tuesday evening and Savannah itacn.i '' n yisio S:' dUIN. V

The Afl Clor. Mills, two in number, at On conclusion of Mr.. Papiu's'address: Dr. V every Wednesday,for Fernandina.Jacksonville.. 5- : V >,. '. '" "' .

ip.esI employ 75 hands and cut 30,000 feet Baldwin moved the (following 16-Itr : : Palatka S and Intermediate: landings. V 1, -.HAY- ". :, .- V)EGAPVV: i tVI. THIRD GENERAL!. MEETING V
'R ET.U'Ri'N'I C. I .
:Slumber I1C'11 AeJ"Se. nnDi? g ,.i! e V Kuohed, That the pledge read before this ; : Sole Agora. foe Florida for '. V laths mattrofL ,.G1hb _V 4.- >.
ia '' ; tavei'h&t: Thaisdaytan1 Jacksoovffie order efdfi Dteiet Court of ttaUaJiwIStausfot
meeting By
ilhil Umber AboufonehalfIf approved, and that all parties Interested testy t- ; u
boars.' Moi of are ; : : Ji Y every Friday noruaf w suit the ride. Fcrmadiaa V: >: I,Aferfrta caJ Pals*,sad ". V ; tM Nonksn Dbtrtct fJIi FVarlda n shied generalmeed.gofibecendimnIsth..b.escas.wl4ha
requested toftu-ther5the
dressed at the planing i mill, is sold the object of Smith same day,arriving at Savannah. .and. Charleston. every I f ','. l ". > ". held .
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which meeting. .S-i ." ; ; Saturday.' V 'Wllh..ttatet Monet'Drawer. at the office of Ho*.,W. A, McLtast.Jteglsktr ia
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clrjte .5. Which wa|enthusiastically adopted.On .- S ,,Through but of lading given to Baltimore, Philadelphia :; ,: < .'t'' '- 1 ';. .., Bankruptcy at Jacksonville oa the lath day .f J a*.
10 this / .< ( New York and other V V VV A&eat.w" : : i1j .at to o'cbxk A. M,foe the ntnurt lathe
motion points. .. ., pureosq >
the ,
Jacksonville Planing and Saw 'Mills, meeting adjourned. Tile Dictator wfflodnacct with'New York Steam' I. .-:iJ 5: ; '. '. ttth Section Jibe Banknpt Act of March i, My.

employ 40 bands PETER JONES, Chairman. Pencils, &C., ships every Saturday both at Savannah .and Charles. V '.KST U?ZI K-W R. V V. V S V 3.C.UU&UYAIIipM.-

.tsop &Clark proprietors .Hv: ROBINSON; 'Secretary.Conservatory 't.T5 -.. '! V ton. Connection Is also made with theSe Johns Rail- ,. '. Jim.'.::$73.5W. ,V ,wt
about the same,quantity or .lumber S ItjCo." V road at Tl.and at tabttka with'steamers.for the V ; ..: / -. ,> VOLUSIA.. .

ana.cut These mills also have a large I local _-_ '___ / : : l "without. Upper. St..Johns. and the Ocklawaha' river. V.: ; Ci, j 1.V ABk .V-i .'",-i -;:' GENERAL :.MEETING,
SECOND
perG11.! that' the other of .Music.At .. ". V GUn .Van' Bro's. Line P ," > .
ana JiyCl' trade. Assuming Of'> all well : .,. RAVENEt 4'COf.: Calentnn.V ,.. Bntntft. Sailing, eu. lathenumrof VJosxm
: a full ,meeting .of .the) ; Executive Committee BRAINARD ft ROBINSON "' '
of bout the 6ame Rich, i -- W which are capac. FROM NEW YO&X.VtW369
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mBkt BRO. & .
.ro of JEFFREYS; SON. ,' ,- Bankrupt,
like number of men and produce the Florida Conservatory of. Music 'JEFFREYS& BRO..Jacksonville i V Byan order of the I7Jt.1 States" District Court >

fly employ held at the Music Rooms/of Messrs. ,Smith .5 : J j jIn lOr R. T.ADAMS, Palatka. V, *. / V &rStral.J i1k the Northera District ef Florida a I8CIOII4 geMnUmmtiatefCNditor
same quantity of lumber..; the four mills inV & ,C. H..BOHN. St.Augustine.: V VV V la the above caN will.be held U

tbe furnish employment to between two Noiton' & Co., June I4 h,. 1875,.the following V .':-._ !tOtttfTSIEW'YORKAND. Ra black drew coats and acy neck wear atBucly's. the office of Hoo. W. A. McLean. Righter ta Baak
our city able Board ot '' : rnptC7atJackaonrutec the ith day of June seat.
Instruction '
hundred men, and manufacture in were>unanimously :; : : ;:" at tog>clock A.Mfor the purpoxs isaicit to the
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ltd three elected of the V SecUoai of the AetcilM.dU.I861.
feel of lumber t I. .. > 4 wHtTLO tKh Bankrapt
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about 120.000 .
Messrs. WltLSON .
: 3.C.G&kELZY11AaIpes.JackaosvWeMay.6.is. .
adpegate \ ,
the Ja to Prof. Henry H. Darby,of Cleveland. Ohio, keep January .'j rs.to Thns. Wfflspa .. 4aiw.ASSIGNEES .
requiring about > logsper, day 5- up infonna- V .': t

per etch day milt; for the four mills 480'"S*; The Musical Director; Prof. C: A. Foster, of .De- diM dDIVZtO may of fruits.the. FERN. : 'N. DIN. -- A: V V V:: .',( : :'- ,-- .. ,. :911A*. : 5ii ', \. s5 NOTICE OF APXX. S

talur.lII. Teacber of
Mid-rafiing'of the logs also Organ andPiano; E. & copy 0 <(STEAMSl11.LINE..5.:4.rS i. GRAiN. V POINTMENTI r5?V V""'- *** v
cSttin&Unfing: magnificent : FtOUR
Q. Norton; Teacher of-Accoustics: ; Mrs. E. y-s yen. : .: .. ., ,; ANDVrEE the District Court of the UIIIhtt.Sta.--the
employ0"11 to a large number of men, lis\ed,that .Jackson- -. '- -.,:- ,.t.t'i: .'., t.; '. .. ._. : :' Northera IJiIItdcI or .aM- or Meaty
give A. Taylor, of New York Teacher of 'Elocution "- '- 'fo -" S ( l '.
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has had lady : 5 'lUl Va.Dob1ea &DknJprr
who, over twenty ,
and a gentleman ; Prof. Philip .Milford of two ; '. ;'. ,.._ To wbfltA"1a may concern r. ondtnigsMd kefeby
experience in the mill business; informs England, 6-s. : MEAL '1 iOMINTCRACKED.CORN fives notice of his appoIntment as AarifMe-Henry ,
years Teacher Clarionet, Band Instruments and AN I FER.1 NJ UfA. F1JL,October p. 1874. .CORN; VaaDohlen.of DuvatCMmry. Slat of Florida whaiavsfcl .

w that a mill of with lumber sufficient'capacity day, furnishes for cutting-em- Leader of Orchestra; Mrs. J. .IL Weldon. of I offer of MOTGOMERY, : V : '; .. ; JRYEMEAU: r: -.GRAHAM. his own District pctUo who brUie tat Wen District adjudged Court of a saM Bankrapt District.M '

ypao feet per New Orleans Miss Minnie : four acres : NORTH. '' V J.C.VGW.LELAstis.Ju.sty.ys. .
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directly and indirectly, to about one Bradbury i best .Capt.'ratdoOi, : ./:! V 'FLOUR.CRACKED. WHEATiic.s ,
pigment Miss Loulie Tuckerot 'I. '
Jacksonville V V V
,Teachers In I 1. V f- V -.
This of course includes all a pecuniary ; V NOTICE' OF APJT
Dlelt. ASSIGNEES
thoasaad V
of Piano Prof. W. ; V S HUNTSVILLE," .1 :
T. I.
; Parsons- Teacher of VS SROLIAW1NG \voon TURNING V
lift been filed
business Forty or \ .
connected with the milling V onmttNT. V tIn
work
the Harp Guitar and Flute ; J. 11. Weldon, in the 1 ''Capt.'Chester,. : r. V 'TO'ORDEK.VVpod the Disulct Court of the United States lor 6e
of the tree to the final under the :; : ; V
the chopping I : Northern District Florida.-- U the matter of Ous
from
chance U .
Teacher of Violin. several ," ', .: :. ,
CAN! ACCOMMODATE FIFTV. FIRST- L.Mother& Co..and Chas.. L.MaIMr.. FraU C. V
of the lumber. 'Delivered
delivery hotel with certificate .Sawed Split and -
Little Bankrupts.
Gno. l
.. M. SMITH, Secretary; who wish provable .CLASS. PASSE. ,GERS.. ., ; V To whom It may coocern That unsJantffteA heir'
A. D. ..' ;' notice that be baa been dulr auvoteeed as'
by
M' gives
and Recitations admit of t Cord 'Load. V
Radings s > or
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Dramatice ; W.A. These steamers sail from New York Pier..North V Aaskace 111 the above entitled cause ia BMusjatcrf.
by Mrs. Taylor. Sudden and Lamentable Death. del In a 5r the S '" /.H. DURUE.Aypce.
who llvtr .cvery Thursday, and from Fernandina Railroad !oIa'Block. Bay Street.opposite our MR_and What June i.'ii7$.V-.jw.- .'.T .
On Thursday evening, June I7lh, the pub- The citizens of this community were sadly in interest Wharl everr V -I VVJ _

.Jk will have the pleasure of again hewing pained and shocked yesterday morning by the ,.why the .For freight passage apply to VV VV : V : V 'i' ',JACKSONVILLE. : S TEAM'.FERRY.. '. :.: :: -. 5S

announcement of the very sadden and unexpected T. ,. WlLJO*. V .IJ-64 W. A. WM'ln.oeK
< bih gifted lady. This is her last reading death of Mrs. J. H. Abbott. She!bad as others ; TER', S S 'HERiL. GELPCKE Agent The Steam Yacht DAISY will.utttH fimhw f.5 aottee, V

here for this season, and all who wish to en- attended a niecting ol the Eastern Star Chapter Bargains ; District., fw 3.Williams.. New York. run between Jacksonville and M South Side of.the
Polite mid : JACKSONVILLEV follows leave the for at and
river as : city Arlington, ,
joy the rarest treat e'tttfe d to Jacksonville on Thursday night and bad returned to and V I V P.McQUAID, Agent, THE ii o'clock m.,'and 4 o'clock p, a.: and lot Phullps

themselves of this opportunity. her residence apparently in her usual heafih. great PuITi'$ Block;Bay St.!Jacksonville. Point at o a. m.,and i aad ( p.'m. Returning.*

will avail Some visitors were in the parlor, with whom OrWWOObWARD.V_ I. 'SALE: AND 'IIYERYSTALVVESV: leave Arlington.i and i*a.m.sad s o'clock p..,
elocutionist has ever traveled through the leavi Phillips',Point at to o'clock a. m..and a sad y
No she passed an hour or more in social conversation V day of Representing CH. AT Ell & KING, Agents, p. m.. touchlnc'at' Recd"1 Landing and 1' other .

*South and given the satisfaction Mrs. Taylor and after bidding her children ."goodnight" A. K.' of Rehige lo.ioswtf V 'Fernandina.:Florida. wharves between the above point both way*.
she her t bed-room' of Florida VV The DAISY wilt also be for charter moonlight 1
selected' of proceeded to which rior to all ,
A carefully
gives. programme north and Sunday excursion,at rdsoaabl rates. -
she had just entered when she fell dead with V ,
of the finest pieces in English literature, Creek ; S *61 m. AUBURN ERWIN.
some ..RAILROADS.TACKSONVILIE .
: out any word of complaint. Her death is north .

humorous and otherwise, will be read, among attributed to disease 'of the heart. .Mrs. and Dally. : Lucia S V. C. B: cCLENN. Piu>rn o.. Blankets and O v rltt .every*!* and'qusilty at
tile beach V S S -
them the able Scotch poem of "Jane Conquest Mr. Abbott had.resided in, our city for the 'ii-t4tf ; ; one near PENSACOI' AND V V BUCKY -L -

," which has never been read before an two last V!mere, having' removed from Maiden I north of J :MOBILE RAILROAD CO.

Mass. with the intention of making : .1 the Notice Is given to the public that I have purchased HOTELS AND BOARDING.HOUSU. .
American audience. This poem received the of Cape GonAL SCPltJlDlTUllatrr'i', well-known HARTRIDGE STABLES. opposite .,
their
residence. BVCKT
Jacksonville permanent The
i TALLAHASSEE.December .} the METROPOUTANILOTELand have hand ; 5
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medal of the Burns Tyncside Club, haviug necet&ed lady was,.of: the 'most estimable erwear. contract 19 r'HOUSE.: ; .
after SUNDAY
and DEC. ao, 1874 Passenger MANsto :
len judged by the leading critics of Europeto character kind, warm hearted and, benevolent ''elS. of the trains on this road will run as follows r V S A.VERY'LARGE STOCK OF HORSES AND V

read belore that and had won ihe regard and 'esteem of' a or other must DAILY. V MULES FOR SALE., V
be the finest ever Society. DAY. PASSENGER. :. PORT ROYAL S/C.
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large circle of friends. She leaves her husband frlc', Houses of .
II is the story of a noble sacrifice told in ,a and the Treas A..M. Arrive Pol M. -Those desiring purchase win find it to their advantageto
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our'cluldren bowed S S
down beneatha 5 V
: Leave .c1tIOIlY .'4.00 V". Chattaboochee t.oo examine this unusually Urge and attractive The NEW crfY: .situate on the Souta Atlantic coaflb f

simple yet pathetic way, which will overpowerthe heavy weight of sorrow. We tender to the office ,", Baldwin........: 5.55\' .*' Quincy __ ..3< stock, adapted to all uses. I am also receiving' and at the terminus of the Port Royal Railroads TW I
them sincere .Of Bos "' Lake City" 8.32 '" V"Tallahassee great desideratum long required there is BOW d- V
hardest heart. A mother' love U.Urong, our most sympathies.; The V 4.30 -- V ';-5V S ,
Clirtntt veloped.
: A. M. V F. M. -
hut a sense .of duty in an honest heart. If funeral services were held YCterdayafternoon .",1.. T J. H.; :', 5-Live V Oalc-._>oo Madison_.._ 1.15 I 5 "kCOXIZTKOUTFT9FV Respectfully the Soperintendcnt vndarsigoed1. lately I
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at the Ocean Street. Presbyterian Church.- No. 16 ." MadisoD.._ 5.15' A11.s I ( of Augusta. Ga.,annouacea-. that...00. lot. aSLla. iasvshwiU *-
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stronger ktill. After this come the reward. lat Smith. ." Live Oak.... ''BUGGIES 'open the'' S '
Press. to .Tallahassee9 40 : 3.00 PHAETONS AND &-
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tearful tenderness and the tragic -S 9. Box I U Quincy ._".00 'Lake ty4.33 'H V
To the
power NEWLY CONSTRUCTED' AND NEWLY FUR VV
waTvede-, V P..1I. Baldwin-_ 7-5 OTHER CARRIAGES, V
01! the piece, Mrs. Taylor lends the power of; Duval County Fair. Govern Arrive Chattahoochee 12.40 Arrive Jacksonvile..._'9.05; V VS N1SHED. ..5V
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her impersonating genius and it becomes a At a meeting of the Executive Committee Will [ ,' Passengers can go through to St. Marks Mondays :- of the latest styles. MANSIONV..V5For :.

and .. Wednesdays and Fridays,and return Tuesdays,Tburs, h V
scene enacted before the spectator's of the Duval Agricultural Society, held Monday and Saturdays. .
days SERVICE
living
eyes..1 Lumber 6 a 6w, FOR' I4ERY private and transient boarders.. Confident tt its' V

This reading will be the crowning effort of I II I evening, the 7th in*!., the following ac: the River LUMBER :.TRAIN. Daily,Saturdays excepted.f. ; ability; from past experience she will ir lnmly
V which wfll be furnished consult the comfort of all who nay paoauxt,and at
Mrs. Taylor and should not fail to crowd the ': tion was taken : Address .as.I Po' terms the most favorable. '

first Exhibition Leave, Jacksonville.. 8.3sjArrive Live Oak....tf 9.55 ATTHE; SHORTEST NOTICE ANNIE VV BUSSE. .
Resolved That the Annual
ball. street. -" Baldwin.......-10.05 A. It.VA..It V ,; 1.' : eo Dated March tt
-_ of this Society be held at National Hall in : ,.sSt.. .'._. ._ La!, La&eclt1.443 V __ .JrMOST.....__.. ._.. V .. ... ,<: V z8flV .J4
.S 16.000 Lake !' BaldwllL........ !
\ City.ja.J5Arrive
the of Jacksonville, on Tuesday,Wednesday 1.15
Duval County Fair. city 1. : the month Uve Oak.... 3.30 Arrive}acklOnvilte-. ?.os; REASONABLE :TERMS.Mr. .. Fine Cassimere Shiru.styCsa aad durable,at Bocky's.
and 6 and 8 and that
Thursday, July 7 ; between .
The second meeting of the Executive Committee merchants, mechanics and all others interested at this! Nor' *.-The"8.33 p. m.,Lumber Train" has a passenger :..: V

of the Duval County Agricultural and in the development nf'Duval county, are 1873; and I coach attached persons taking this -Train- for 13 IDDELL HOUSE,
The only points West. of Live Oak avoi.l detention there;. > G.. M.: BRITTAINIS my amhorixed A ent
Horticultural S-Kitty's Fair, was pursuant to requested to-extend their cordial ,('perationto i ten days 1l0BER.TWALKER. and Manager;and will always be bond at the) Stables
render the Exhibition a Complete success. E Ch contract: S VV ready to attend to all business appertaining to the <. FERNANDINA. FLA. .
adjournment! held en June 12th at m. at Receiver and Gent Supt. V V
4 p. Resolved the fallowing committees l'4 VV tablishment.V C. B.' YcU.ENNY.,5CPL .. .- ;
That change on
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Master
T. C. POONER Transportation.
3- lititfGentlemen's
the rooms of the Florida, Conservatory of for the Exhibition be appointed : any guarantee desired j i 16.187* V SAMUEL ,T.'ilDD: .. 'Pitonnroiu. ....LLV .VS .- j

Music, when, of the committee among others .1Ulnre-Cr L. Robinson, C. O rington, office. V
A .. G. &. W I. T. CO.'S RAILROAO.I underwear at BUCKY'S., S : V
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V < : drIes of miles. the'
Mrs. Mrs. E. Jamison, J. W. Whitney, T."S. Eells and V -Mapifie t eightaesi
Hartrulge Doggeti
werf-present ,
U. S.A. V V Atlantic Beach. -.-> -
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Rogers. *
C. "r
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Mrs. Gov..I Jan. \ '. ..VI(O.tV ASONIU: Ja-Refreshingseabreeies SV
Didwei1 -
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Flowers-A. E. Jamison and J.S. V M .
Hon. F: OPEN SUMMER AND8OAKD WINtE*
The minutes of thejlast; meeting were read Parker. PHILO f E V V FERNANDINATO5CEDARKEYS. SOLOMON LODGE, NO. 20.. V < VVV I

and adopted.'J : Fnti/-Vfm. Dale A. Bidwell, Harrison SAM'L S V -- 5 ;: 5 _:. V

Reed and James H. Paine. W. C. < ,come SOOTH.. Regular.meetings first and'' thw.'Wedneadaya. ia Per day; :< u. ;.1J.eo .
The
committee ;
on transportation reported Dean' s.p -- "j : V ill.IVII. 'AESUTB.<- LEAVE. c month.V V SS Per week.-....:._ Vaivangements.. fxa te 1134* ,
Farm Products -E.. Jamison, F. R. ___ .. ... ..... -T '
'emandina3ronson.
progress. a. m. 4 i- a m. 4 45 V CEO-w. JONES; W.M Saus&oory made with families, ,
'I J and I). H. Kenn'eily.Stock .- Callahan_... 6 .S_.. 6 ao__ 6 15.... 6 so CHAS. G- ELLIOTT. Secretary. ,Fine Every accommcdaoons.t4tf< ; <
V The printing of the premium list was reported i and l'oull1"-E. R. Dean, ,R. B .NE ; 8aldwin" '1 4O .5 8 00__;j1 4o"8 co 1 1Starke..o V :. .

to have been taken. "' Overton and Henry Richardson, V :. 291036._ 9 47-, 9 }iy Bustles aa4'ChipoDS BUCK VS. ; 1-
GainevIlle..1238-1Z >__n 4O_....ti'47ioia Balmorals. ; ,at, This Business Suits at BUCKY : )
Mr. C. L. Robinson then made remaks, Farm Implements, Seeds, ard MechanitalArts r : Arcb r_ .'._ a.04. a 54,....II 59'. .. V
-Harrison Reed R. B.. Overton and GR | ...___ a 48 p.... a .55- 1 3i__ i 37 V V
suggesting that the manngement of the refreshment ,. Cedar Keya ..'. 5 s''-.p. m:4:: ooU._ p. W.V .u 'T S. SVVAIM DENNETT: HOUSEv.J
:
Jas. Beatty. ': '
V 5- .
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5 SJEWfl.LER. ,
department be tendered to the : : : V GOING WORTH.
V
lady Ladies J-landlwork B. Rogers, J...W.Whitney E PRACTICAL
'*151v1. ,LUVL, :AUIY.V LIAYZ ORT ORANGELA.S:
for the benefit of St. Luke's Hospital and E. .
Jamison'
managers _
To be Uo Cedar Keya.__ a. m_. 8 oo.- a.tII_= 9 30jBrouson..jo I .
Table Z* Twrr :-Rev. Mr. Fitzpatnck, And W iTCHMAKER, late with J.I./Holland:has -
and upon motion to that effect it was.so 35.-10 4211 49.I1 55 in WALTER'S UGAR STORE. By MRS. BENNETT; MRS DOBBINS:
4 Arcberu '0.-11 26.11 a81:1 33 taken awindow
and S. II. C
H. Kbokcr. .
Jas. Paine of the Post-office where he Is prepared J
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ordered. two doors west
d G.fQCIytlJe..1I 4z..e.S 5Z-:I 3S-'i1 J,44Slarke. .
If llisrellaitn1tlsJ. J. VinteyJ., S .Adam, stock of tools and material to do kind This new honse' is now ready to receive'taests. Ills
\ ; ; : OV ._ __ I 50' I 56..... J :113 26 with a.good any' fcimikhed throut hoot,and h capable efac- .
On. motion Mr. C. B. Rogers was assitmetl N. K. Sawyer and John Clark. Jn the 0 BaIdnln..4' : 58....; S 33-_;$ 1- ',S 337 of work.'tn'his. .line., J ; commodattoc comfortably 54 guests. No painsv will be spend

the work of allotting and the Music and Fine Art ?. A. Willson, Dr. Callahan._. 6 sS.. oj- 6 58-. 7 05 table Its "
designati V make the satisfactory
Extra Florida patrons .
ng space ; .Fine Mounting _
S i : .'crnandiD3._'_ 9 oo.. .. p. m...... I 00......- p. m.CONNECTIOKS. VV V *' '
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A. S. Baldwin D. Gretnl af and Rev. M; S -
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to be allowed
to differeufexhibitors, and ;jhe Swaim. < Reading ; ; u. V V ,Curiosities Tie school** : :' "
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services of Mr. Richardson At FERNANDINA w,th Steamer City Point from BE'N'N'EXT
were accepted as Cod.rington ; E LZA .
On and Premium List-C. : .
V Printing I 0 Charleston and Savannah Mondays at 4*. m.;steamer I a specialty.Fine watches Card i. thoroughly and -' -'
an assistant of Mr. Rogers. T. S. Ells C. B. and George from and Savannah lliurtJays at repaired. '
Rogers dictator Charleston promptly ? will leave'FOISt?,wharf.JaeluotmlU.fcr Port Orange
After a pleasant interview in exchange of Burnside. ; c, 4 i a, m. With steamer Lizzie Baker from Savannah, N.B.. -If it's worth doing at all.It's:worth doing weuC once la two weeks afituding Banks pleasant and
Brunswick and St. Mary's Mondays at 6 a. m: for safe finalities Lrmtha& place. CeatarttbM
views in regard to the general subject of the Oo. motion 'Mr. Robinson" all 1 regular r -i! those points on Fridays 8 a. m.Ai : ,. V V V .33 0-10,1 xp jo ISMS Cabin Aecoanodatiocs, For particulars appty as-
To be bad J k1i." ;rron lack- 'SJui .nit; : 31l'M3yfl3J.Vj.. pay. V DOBBINS GUN SHOP, .
fair and its the ad- empowered to add the names [BALDWIN with J p R.Il. .. .
committees are .
arrangement, meeting Drew 0 : ; 1. :
BaYIaA
.sonville at 4:070. m.'fo4acxsonvihle at 9:01 a. n..At .Comer Hogan stitetkJacksoBwifie.rU .
joured to Tuesday i5th at the oGke .of the of such persons from among citizens of.this x>litao H .u. '. GAINESVILLE'with.in-weekly stage line for ; J. ]:H "".\ "r 'IYM.L3vLa: V VV ,,jDu notJceoftheume.ofaiTiTa4aadie? nu of
nson and 'e- Tampa: with stage line for NewnansvOle,' Tuesdays' the schooner wm be dvcaia the paper. .

Florida Land Agency, at 4 p. m. city to their respective committees as_ may i u.U... and rlda'l", ,' ,? . V :.. V 'PiiVA\ VIDra : MJJaJ

PAINE Secretary. seem proper. -. Conc At CEDAR KEYS with steamers to and from Ne* I
02 BUCXTSl
-s. V "J' .cni- Talmas aad Peed.'Jadtcta at
Orleans Saturday Wlh steamers from Key
A. I. BIDWELL, President., every ___.
: ; Thurs __ _
- V :,: :West and Tampa;Fridays;from these places. en and Undershirts very cheap at BUCKYS. V V
Direct Communication by Steam with E. R DEAN, Secretary. .. S V fCU'' days. With Steamer Cool from Tampa,Sundays: for ,- ,. .. :
I Tampa Mondays.With Steamer Wawenock,froia RQBERSON..MAPSON
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New York.; .'- -.,' : .cu 1 ; Suwannee S Fridays.: .IOrSuwanDN-'- ,Tuadays.. :R SALE ,. : : .- -V 4. > '
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V MAXWELL. .F : HaveopenwIafirst-claM .
Two Kinds of Advertising. 'Ir. Eo : .. ,
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Pursuant to a call for a public meeting of Solo-" 5 .- V,-I] V SuperinundenU I" .
the merchants and ... -'A liainntCTcsi:tn on' tEc most ouriabill&'aadductIc. prt> SHAVING .SALOON. $!
t business men Jackson, 1 There I i.1' sensible complaint made by Re : d. "' ;

ville, a large number uf mercb&au andaim- a correspondent of the New York Time O MAILS. V. V *Trunks ld'1i heitucky.V'T'HE V "r ORANGE GROVES, corner of Bay and Pine striate where all the m4craappUaaccs
: used the best ssJooos in the caa
m V by comatry
assembled at the' Mayor's office Wednesday V
the nuisance of adveitising Reading .V
His concerning .. CLOSE. In East Florida. Fo;particulars' at this office Ml. They also mrehk at alt koew- : .
June 9. Honor Peter Jones Was can badbills and circulars such t".ti. i FLORIDA PHOTOGRAPH appry :
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by posters
ed the : -3:30 r. M I.232V '"
to chair and : R bin50n'..Secre VV V COLD 'B.\TU5:
Hy. HOT.AND
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tary. as. constantly iinnoy people on the ; .' ; 'j.F : i ;- V ., ,. ? AH" .* .,.1''d
streets and in their homes,, :'It is a practice ; :.3:30.; M. : ., : keaiwli SIbob$1SIS&S sale.
Mr PIU a.I. Tkkets esrtidW the -
.Papin, proprietor of a": line of,McamMips : V I WHOLE3ALSJ ORDERS. AT 54Y
which will probably continue until 8:00A.M. FERROTYPE GAtLERY -1s>;.cJp& ves,hair. cattm*tad ..
,explained the ,object"'of the tneotng. WhO in ;', V 'Iso- ', ',.. .iICarndCoaspasVaUczT
men in business spend money Vocal VS H. 'ROBINSON." ;
: lleifOpQedto ( VS j
ursl-cbu
put on a Jine1.u ,I
steamers to run between New York and Jack. advertising their; wares come to recognize > : .-1 ATLAJmc BLOCK, BAT STREET. JACKSONVILLE, WBOUtSAtI' ft KBfAJI.' 5V V V 1

that in this shape very rarely 3'3OPII. V
onville direct Does outlay -- '
week. not
once a expect '' t In the State where braich of DRIJGGJST
; Is the'only place every
ol V
to run opposition to any other line, nor/.the pays. With a very large proportion Soto-- L V the Art is Successfully Conducted. Open for business ,/ A .FREE HOME.IBOSEWOOD. ')"
.
Fernandmna line, but believes there is business buyers such advertisements are generally from ioA.M.uzithlSPM.. V S Hoegs Block.V Bay ,St.JACKSONVILLZ .' : V V t; V t
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enough in Florida to support a direct line wasted aDd frequently prejudicial. They 6-16. FLORIDA.I V IwUlbulldikiuiCw.*owisl o,.

V worn this place also. lie liked the co- 'pera- either fling them aside with a contempt A. G. GRANT until will farther l attend notice.to the Out-door taking Photograph 01.an I 'A- ; .i.b;$." f

lion of take positive dislike / V Photographs' I.conrooMMM msaumoM araciALTv.Beautiful .I. 1
the mercantile community; while he uous glance, or a orden attended to as usual,,on due.notice being ,O' u,' -'
after : Lou A. K., i "sstf.BUCKY .- 0 .'
anticipates no profits during the dull summer to tradespeople who pester them By JUST.; V V Toanyoewhow4ImPf'4vtW. .

eaon, he deems it an appropriate lime tostart such fathion. When reliable, steady, : :
a the N : BUCKY'S 'coon -C: ;
'or of color
takes the leaiita the fctest Silk and S3k Scarfs.ia>variety ,at
styles
preparatory for the winter trade. The profitable purchasers wish to buy anything the ,. ., V ?.?! .

rates of (ri ght the same as the Fernandina and do not know exactly whereto Saturday Ing 10:00 8:00 A.A.M.M. Fur Hats.' .' :' VV cak'CD within n half miltat the. ;u4' j

line charges at present. The insurance to be .I go for It, they look into the advertise Doblea. .O.AT 'U1LDIV'l.G: ,. CARRIAGE'SHOP. S STATE: LAND : ".",
as low .
as any other linei The,steamerS to be lug columns of,some respectable newspaper 3 Four ( )exceptsd) B VI V S V V0u&il ,J"I"S ,.\_
'I. LEA V
GEORGE
commanded by experienced'seamen, and tosail and there they find what they .4 T.o : V A..CJ1AI'PELL. ; V : ; ,:..j V
promptly on days and hours appointed. Ifafficient handbills and circulars Two ii to 1:30: V t..1 be.
want. Flaring I CARRIAGE .MAKER It II belta'sd thalj se pisrameM CU
encouragement is given, will build thrust bio their bands on the street, s Four .il open!at lAD r"' 1UY, STREET"" ;,near" the-':Cable: .Crossing. ,, ,, . .. iitMSsawsoItc.-dbe.. .. .. ,
: ck'W.A.mLy'HOVS&.J.
s 5
*tt winter, new cleaners especially suited malls the mails ; .5 V -JACKSONVILLEFLA. WASHINGTON AND ADAMS TSiJA.C1tSONYJLLE Apply Mo M *c
the or COR.
through A lot V '
to tbet .
sent ; COUNTY. ,.
for St. John's bar. J Terms I ; S .:S .' f_ :. V dress at ROSEWOOD.LIYY V :
pushed under the doors, receive scarcely WHITEHALL 5 ; FLORIDA V V V V c.V3.rV V
lIe ,
Mated that be has already engaged theweemasted YACHTS \.NP V
attention In proportion to what they : .. "
jiny .r jacksonvWc,Jsimai7$4,1875. 's-jp'1V-
iron propeller -Ellen S. Terry, and g A.M,to : : V will btuM In Sni cost. It Is wise persistentnewspaper Ju -. V -BOATS I
"1riDg ftf feet of w*terrof 500 tons deadWeight ... 5 Light Wagons I. V V
advertising tha( pays,)and successful ) In any Built to order. Very stylish Ladies'H"IIJUCX'Y"S.l V.5
,carrying to 4,000 barrels, firslJ in done. Come and see
510 payable Repairing neatly ary work.3ID
know it too well A 'Y-X-c-H'T .
: She business houses S TE AJM ** .
QUIucoJers accommodations for -
V
25.
\ .. V V S LUMBER YARD.
makes about 9 knots per hour; is t to tail from to throw money away in any other style : ;, With the mostaprD'edWCb1neTY.' l ; WuTbuSd ol .. DEPOT ', SJJ.5.1<:$ S

Nr.w York on the 26th:.inst4 and fcjcry.olhr* bf announcing themselves to the publicWashington .i vale For sales : S any size,from as to zoo feet Call and get lilY fl28FOOT ***- S PorcaIeb1rn.. ',;;..icea. at, BItChY. BtILDEU
AND
V V CONTRACTORS
Saturday thereafter wiiho'ut any stoppages one : Chronlde. for& .- V V : V fNE\- YACHT I IOf '. : . ... ..1 .
route. First-claf from Jac.bon.1 :
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passage 5- .- ofChas. i .> sale. : t.f WILC'C'X'' _. wTT.LflDVt, : ",'.. ..
ville to New York $26, round trip tricketstood A Card. Also .- f VV, .'." .5 I ; ASSORTMtST" '

fur ., BUCKY'S. Dealerlsj. V .- fULL :.'f
30 days $35. parties shirking a Opl ) U *'tmderwiar.to be obtained at 'V V V V.
of thank S "
fessonable quantity ol produce can accomP I would take tbis iny oply .means' ORKS8ED VNDRESSED LUMBER/,

7 their freight on free passage. lie has ing my friends for the material expression .of Laura .i : : 'LLIGATOR STEAM SAW AND V FRUIT AND VEGETABLES. V V MOULDINGS AND SAWED.CHKAP .. VS V

uo engaged another steamer, drawing 10 their sympathy so generously tendered; but ta f ;- A PLANING MILLS. V MAGNOLIA "MARKET. PiSmNLG1EIV: !: S

feet soon II possible., Fcr the put on while.it.is wholly j impossible for rri'.IP accr j4 food lumber cut in; dimemion la suit builders. Families scpplicd at regular market rates.V S FOX CAS3 At V ." .J

liniiatory step feel the 'I less PoaUnaaier. Planed Uunber of every$" however, the "Terry" will
*od Jsxksonvjllc every alternate Saturday, grateful-the assurance.of theirxsnndence. and d ; all descriptions. Scroll work of any pacu"PalInp.. : : ." AM! ,.he stOl keeps : ,, ., ..S

4kinj week.jAotsoNViLLE t ; l Lath. Mouldings and all other wood material jemrired A'STALt IN THEOLD( MAJRKET, Lumbet devcrtd ta sU parts ifthis city* m'j V
S one trip per esteem raises from me.a tloud despondency .n l! ST,,. for building> and ftmsbtatr pmposes Sa1sfac ,U V x"V ', ;and stall landings 00 the river al lam rte$144 ," .

FLA, kne 9t'1875. which naturally kettles over a. sufferer .(romsucbsmiIortufl.iL' ? $ ; -i i ; workmanship'aDd material guaranteed.tics u.t-Call.before. For" IU aCComni3da110it' ..dowD.1Ow1I' t, "5'V enstomers.. 1.L den recwe p.o.'pe sttts. .:r. I.. V::
We ,' > I IICw'\Ulldin p)1neleswhere) or..nd fot -- : win owed me'lfOSYS : '
the merchants and.ui1.. V 'It PAYjo SM ; \ ; .t.Ot.o.JB -
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undersigned .. .
ness of need !, H. D. KEELER. AMiMC! and Market ,V '. ..J.tE.. il i t 'U J d : .;.;tf.f'r\\lti*1 1fiJu.a1 t jrJlJf'Ui" 4- 5 .. ,1 1
men Florida having long fell the A 1)D WAIjH 7 .
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: 13L ) 1d ;fi.Wo.t f : n i.i .1: 1"nt t .
.w direct rfcain communication between ''New JAacsoNYILLz, June 10, 1875. I" IJ.kt I t I "'lib' ."!, ': J ." ', 'r
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*M t tr FrMkwfatdiMcltMoo. Md perfume spriagT every FASTENING UPON.iii: -- '. ; 'P.rf .. ,
n !, ,./ > o ''? i :, TT who.fell\ cause .t they belie i YC to befighfr' ." .-"' i ." i i-: :. ; : : .
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: '---' ., d& 'or' ICIe'4'.S' J I. Near this ,wa$.Urge basket filled barbarity of.th jjocoon ., '."n-u: ; 4ii'r', ? s. > < !ii h;.If ,"IJi' "- .;:-" '1'" "' -s----/p! o'T1 Hr Atj,.-J Whk1a pall" CIUf bale. $.Uu.. .' ; .1 \ 0FALL KINDS. '
'r without hor
t'4 _.. '.r.w.iiiLngtacs. t I IAe4 with, Flora .richest, treasures. also 4 4present .L its.beautyH-this strange, At te rate of MrWinf HirtelteiithsV cetifor two cents e* t 4- \-j* t \ rible :sinurden .''Andnow; tthe ,great annually,upon aO deposits whichPresident shall have.remained three oaths or more IA dM Bank,to be added annually '
tT auA': JIC' f. from thejadies Memorial f As! t s"r se'sI9wl1-a: )'ctjiiBhc'J k' ;.tlj : .:. .- xBO GENERAL' INSURANCE. l. b sociation. Theses presented l id Loue.Alrmf': :' ,. tonics wJOFRANlaiNOFPHILAp
Whom. II..".iJr. -.." ,!, were I arms qfva; d.erreckj ereqted themselvejiq ;I vefon'clei dsh ) 'inied 1n'5 nogage OftQi'.1Id personal Property 1 : : ,
f 'Let't:'cjwob; )' 1 'j u,: : behalf of the Association bjr Col.-' D[ : this State fat I 1sa7aUe thyaori, ...otberanrpte. collateral secinitics._ : ;'t ; lJPHL, With combined'acCONTD1EZTAL. ,'alO9U .
the "A
n. bien tkk.becedaJat wikr tWt:.., ; air.app.rpacheco! ;.al ;heri n. : .OF '
President Mrotl.Erwin LedyardSecretary.anjl NEW YORK
; ;. ".' I:'. .. Huger" ,:, -, 'andeTose4 aboiit the dead aidanp j Ruu.. EyM-nrrrTku oat wlfl*ct at tnMtees or the purchase and sale of real estate or tie renting ; :
.. a, '..nm"Id. t, .-. N.t' '':''J: Col. A. J. Inger- r ; -mod .a""FIBeIltClf'.tain' property ti raily.lA .*-' f ; MANHATTAN. OF NEW YORK },{? S 7.'fl/in ,0'00 : .
.-.oIl h ,to' .., .Jo'O.. !! : 'I ered vIctim w i tll Ule Sllen t lotce., {:a I II .j f'i: -' \ -. ;: a-- !bit-, ') A .: ) :. 1: .
._ soil and Mr. L. Scranton of r. ; PENN. OF 9 .
//.11. t : 'o members hjdau1it l'.lt JAMES NpIxESAML: SPEARING. JONATHAN C. OiIL 'y, PHILADELPHIA, ; ., .
..t 1i.rRap H', ,1. the .C.oniniittee'. 'and'grate- $ n i suth' p'lr Vice-Presldemv. ,- Tfeasttttr.'f .
: mvttJ Jfo < ciajrWrliat holds them'' not j Executive pose of a .thumbS rew.'. A ..momentnibre t < LOANING MONEY ON REAL ESTATE AND CONVEYANCiNG'A

( r --They tv .melt the prick a .dltir- tIIi)>Uegni* not fully witW-khy received', display by' Major of Hancock but t ;i iapfehie1rcquldsee5he)1| ; | basis I t.;* : :_ ;. r'i.'. __- -. ..'i.::. ..',. :: H:. ,.:..: .:." ; --t.., .SPECIALTY.,
language : -
.' ... .'l.Jl'.Ff'a) tf hwl.J. wad c it_. ,and.. cot,.,. in silence. if, these-'great t. ;,I lcvett; ''pressing.mofe .-'i:, : .: :: _:J z.'.'" )"J > '- ... We give beldw.a few of the,many choice places for sale .
a ceama. Standing near, as typical ; : by. as
I tightly tbwaf ds each bitner frotn4Uie'ir sTAT,1cOUNTYA1fl' cr-sc1t1t: :: SOLD -AT-CtJBRNT RATES. -- -
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No.
of the.reconciliatioa .that has been r > f3. Two-storr house oa Ashley street near St. '
$ For human brows|whl Ve &ey grow; I interstices, there',:'tirjckledndown the -. .. : '"" <", .". 1f James Hotel pleasantly.situated, la one dth. best seven 7.miles loS Dontawto* PUatatioa.; on HaJIfq_
; They write an lan ta es of... generated.beitwecn. Gray and Blur! saIko the of *' '' .L. 1 51'-- '- !" J. /,.""f':_" .... -' neighborhoods iorthecfty;'hons b new;with six rooms, ..too acres, acrthMt..lict,. p".
treef '
: : .. .JI Mr ncrs-k, ". Qir; I was a large'wreath" and 'cross, a pres cid great' streams. vis 'I.; ,>.,.,- .,. ,i ., :."SEMI-ANNUAL: -. ," .,. ,STATEMENT. ." .:.. ,:. .,: plenty of closets fence-good and good servant's' roorar lot,5151 from river: so 1,130 acre acres bigl rich.dl.1IDItf--ham .
1. 'honey-fike fludinjIdorribljwith : r 't.- : : lfTHBFJ.ORiDA''SAYINGS __ __ ros'feer.-Iood ; sidewalk, and the street the river bank ..
lI.at And the '
ap words codjtrc said' v > ent from the officers' and soilders at t : :._ .: ; ,- :JC )r shelled; grapes in bearing: a fine Jot of with having front of aom.o_ '
,
I. te& young orange large, aile
., U" .rW1tJa.bgtallt'aftetI,. ni\, .where. .they, kkxrl'}' Mt the blood! and 'obringJvUcera: of I : BANK AND REAL ; trees; flowers and shade trees'aro-ing thriftily: good. finbhed bouse two-story.frame aoew- i* soomy IetrIy
*% .J rt t" ,:Vernon to their fallen comradesLw ES'rATE 'EXCHANGE. : eommaad.tfcw ftfi. \
j the."ictim.! 'At'sigfitcf this the . I welt with pomp on back porch,which.I is cov rd with and is' nvea, .
p ,tr p Oh flowers Ott savage ;:: iv. j.wfackstmvi'tk /: -- ,- -- ; surrounded with large.-r
.. to' ", sweetest. I flowers dtviMl', At lialf-pasf .exercises: beg'a? ;- t \; flowering vines. Will be sold caesp.N. I ome,'15,to In Dlf;0I'Up
: "( ''' 100 IlUmbcr
:: f 1 ,"''.. kJ1. QmejJld.yosel!1. down. ,; with a dir playfd by jthe 3JandI under hordes around:"me-yellingmadIy, Florida..tintTu -- I B. To 'capitalists "desiring a biz tbIig." There I that h leoo gallons.In :yard good: tbor well,UIta'cj,
: i... ", WlptbetfrOmJtikcko.cn sign q bounded forward; rbwded 'tothetree -<\ / -V ' :; : ; MJ>AV I is a fine opining ia Springfield i a lew thousand dollars and drained; canal from ftD"hoasenaa. dildle.l..
4 '".c. Mrl.Junger, vwhen. ...C6I."Mp.. .: :Incorporated Jniy.dr1874: Capital Stock $20,000 will g/a a great way just 0ow For particulars enquire river foe transportation of IIIIIMI\Ie. "
i' TeDgduzer1ftlcrowa- wp;
it and.with ,
:_ clasped leaves : ,
01
: Wickersham cup, ,, of Norton ft KoAff,corner Ocean and Bay streets wild orange trees oa the place the
introduced the Rev. Dr. ; soO
.* .ll eperUb. eonu. Iifc. th"benIsnl, hands ,rid (ohgnesieaClT'j6rici; 6 tainedeno"ugl1 .I A HAJOHOXI RBSIDKICK best sugar land- ( Ottotowv 1aicJa itflat ID.
.<3 "ijE "* "' T.Oh o.74. : K>fc'SAt-Si! ItJllsIIy
) Wadsworth, btthe"Ffanklin.St...Meth'o i 'i ', .\ BBET8 l large- rooms and kitchen,double limestone Is. ThIs place,1 :
: sweetekVowehl.OV : bay window on.the really.01
Bowers llwthold ; of the to n'd'hlm madand .. choicest t.
t : 1Id. 'JljThe.fracra.t.Jir.J'* ". ,"'.:tLChu ;l), in t-.this. .'city.. j/J *"'t 9.9'?red: frzniicJXusfraitatt liquid s 'Register. ( ;: OIIICQ' "'t'ur- lture.aa4 F>;'tt>fcSiiM. "M"i <', _'''" :_..': ''...:.,''. .''H. ...<.._.._.:.(w<_..<._. .;;...," 'aij oo. I.c west commandinz;Urge double one parlors of the finest double views piam in Jacksonville on the 1Otftb;, fcfv tbs war places; I.Florida, and wu az,,. u Q.

r >In. "f ra1lliefdayo''W to fekL. .appropriate prayer asking Cub oe ""It _." _,,:,,*,;,,";.j 'Ilo.SOf' 301 windows filled with four lights 4O-lnch glas4 and -
mtfig ri il; Dir
dod'iI _
na "o..ar"II' ja. Divine blessing tm' this occasion I ; :; -;, .,, .. .. -:; I 1 Suwt Real Esate em itfthe<$JxtOnr rBMun' iVrraiits. t...a1U.II.49. ..o. ftcajb,.yal-.*'-.ts3 07, With cords and weights on pulleys and reaching to the orange trees and y.waa&wr.er Bower*,in 1
eJIF4n . "><.-< city of Jacksonville._ .V. <. .<.*i_ let
1"in'f0, AD114r P.'IIII&'JY and-.lt.:. ., t M C t. pjly.QdJc naytakc, the CoId Steam as a Motoft Stau.Coufltyan Qty Ja* Ccrtln tes. <..: --.-"-....4.W! ._ ......4II..1515' s3 i tag;and ofled and varnished,making a beautiful finish ; 10&15'- feet,ID'S. liP .
; bealeltfnl ud
-' ,.' . : X i I Notts and Mortgages,secured by .d C wtlbia n minutes walk
-: -I'V I .pl | f real estate and personal the Value of lit die
= 1 .oL Ceiling ,walls
1r < Ql.w ete,t,._.dt',_::ve' ,..._..'. place' of sectional bitterness. Mr. W. '"Art: 1n'nti i.1iii recently been .- -$3r.'gg.so.._.___.._._..._,...._...._.preperty...441444td-..a..s.an131316 12 glass,(toot high doors,mortice hard-finished lock on,every open stain door id< doable house, oNortn&Kouker.cnrwhJcb 10 make II.' 535. I.pWicthn CItIJIIh
-
."h"l''ut.oi Wtturni : : Rent ltc, paid in advance- T'miJ--f-f-.f_ *IMI/i.iiiniiii, fit*' china closet
"thU.W J : ihenfolrbwedrrrnd} : i in patented.b'arjPhjJadelphia gentleman I i ii OO id. ;store-room;plenty:..-
1 ..M.lt/nat tetl'hat me Unespirtd Insuraacej flums-.l-__.__..i.M .>..._*..,-,_., .. .ao ft* rooms hip roof.wilh cuJ'OIa,6'om.which a charming ft"2"rf**acres '
-. eurwoiILfl Majter we.d aUhf -, thenamo ofitheedera officers and by .which'he!.claims" to, convert water 1'otaI, _.. .L..t...;. .-_--_: ..--.- -'J2a78, c. view fa to be had of the city the river'and surrounding n : fronton St.Jobll'l: flyer acres;tw cJewd LIra kam-
tfblenl1lC. I.' soldiers, acepted those tributes from: without the aid of1 fire chemicalsinto I .;I' country; three lots,making 157x100 feet; good well: of Jacksonville. .This to 0"-01 the aestdetiahte Weat
or
I 'i. 1 td cD".bi'iire nd. dutAI'F. '< ,LiABILiTIES.Imdv1ia1 young.hade trees started;. half a mile from pos. tlice.. fronts i. the vicinity of Jacksonville.. Wfflb7.1vfcfcd
,. ....1'/1 Mistrm the::Cadetj;'the1 Ladies'''Memoiral: Association a motive'power' 'greater than 'tha'tor ''. For sale at a bargain I* GC3fTCdv -
tuiW.IfDt, C.r >
.1+ -, isb ". ,tt lts---.__. -_ .._.:._ .
:
I ..4'.n..J.' _-.T_ _.___ __ and..thaf: ,unknown lady who steam, and..which.by; experiment: : "CaPItaI'Stock paid !1;._iiiiiiMii- iii _eiiii i i i .. -24.169_ No.96.; A large .two- lOry house.with,ten large No 146., Six lets on Arlington
-- "n 'iK.
.Z !L -n<-
r OOUndivided
I- : -- .m Mm 9jOOO rooms thoroughly built,and finished id first-rate
., Profits........_..___ __ ; style Florid Home lid
.4 .3 .. has. he basket filled with such : : __ __ ._ ww.6xx containing the mtSg
lCt !
sent | hasgiven. xons. the > oo with twelve eet'ceilings of ,corneawith "
wJ eJrJrtb TrPjic% U4'tI I.I pressure, to .Profit and Loss account.__ _;_.;..--. ..- _.. SoS : one acre ground at a harp' <*,
"( -
-
35-32.978 fruit trees and flowers plcasantIlocate
Jaridr 09 within
.j ... : L' /. ;: :J .'!IO : : sweet precious'fldwersl Cot L I square Iric"rJ, .whIeJaJ! ; still ,greater Capacity STATEOFWLORIDA.I. .: . ., v .. .-' : five minutes walk of the railroad; depot. Price$10,000; ; No. 147" VrnorouTAi* Hona.-nis ioed
: ; ', .- .. ... it
1zvaLCounty. i .
Wickersharn is' claimed s .
q tthcn. ejiyered a brief for U "with proper ; 't '4,500 down balance on long time if desired centrally Jocatcd.built 01 baa Frerc brt u4 is
Ia nemory.. H>Jwle ffU| ..wto died U wrula"I oration in whIch he with ndis Jo. 'I.JamesH.l"alne.PrealdcntorthenorJdaSaY1d Bank and Real Estate Ejcchange No.99. 400 acres In Orange county; one mile from a first-class house In.every respect. Foe prices
c .. ;'" 'V ,1J idi i4 I ged us. eaf1. spoke feel- machinery' : non-explosive.i, By solemnly swear that the foregoing' .statement. Utnu" to the belt of my.knowledge and belief. ." '. Mclonvuie. Price,|5 per acre. l.terms apply to Norton&Kooker. u4.
1- : ihgs"0f the on this'nte a mechanical contrivance .J.UIES H. PAINE,Presidcn
deepest Mrv '
(Beau fill florvl tributes adorned her casket,and the, joy :- Keely; .STXTE6ETLORIDA., )) .
1; following thoughts were suceested by m reply made I.y minglingjof-/owner enemies; and hoped the inventor, changes waterYronr 'an' -'Duval County. I :. Call, on or write. to m,and state fOur wants: :

a little Deice" of the deceased to the question"(Where that, when the centennial, of .our unelastic fluid Sworn and subscribed before- me,this ad day of April A. D. 187]. OFFICE COR:OCEAN AND BAY JAOCSONriLLE,F1JU
elastic
i I ; is Auntie. ? Aleep II1.the. 0C". i to an fluid, ,', ? ,'H. t&"Visitors .
always welcome Latest
.
JENKINS. '
Jr. papers on
r .
r t ; ; Corrc ,
.Attest
; C.
1-19'-
eountryarrjvestherewikbeheariutteredjupor wfiich: called !.O GUBIBY.Treasurer .9-3011 ..
: "Beut1ru1'noughtI Resting- now so 'weedy there." can Vf by no better '-7 ,".* .*_I 'i "' [fsw." ] Notary Public.' ,

i i th "intt ,ingi ieaY : [ {' t wprd-/ebel.? name. 'than 'cold steam. In other .- -' THE SINGER MANUFACTURING COMPANY'S CELEBRATED

;1 S.* "s- J In Heavenly bowen _' Rev. G. 'V. Bryant, colored, closed: wordSf;he'obtains from water, without -
'O. }
S : ; IUSSEY.1 .. JNO.: W. HOWELL.
I'.A -
T ;: *"We. long for.DOT darling again and again, with -a brie(. dr ssand. prater, after using fire or'chemicals; ,the power ( : "

4' ,jB! hlnV of her now jujree}from all'pain. whicl ''ih''cti owd 'disp rsea, some to now obtained from.waterby. fire and SILK TWIST. .
i. -
; i'Asleep In the tfonn.'.*?, ; -
; III fi their }esand I.oihers : called.steam.Jtissaid. to be.a wonderfulinventionbYthoscwhohave.seen* HUSStEY&, HOWELL r 1 -, .

.t :*':Our aching)hearts with grief are bowed, !'m} lre otfl l.11.. gilf -fqntribuie : >, world This,propose company. *furnish ow having a superior ia full article operation of Silk at Twist Newark,'New Jersey t&e. largest SILK WoJ&s,.
As'tadugbu of the
pakt and present crowd. The of this tendershis it tested who ." 'WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS INR1OOTS.
.., + ----- :These 10neTyhouri: reporter paper states f bat. it accomplishes .: ',

i f .pi;&. abme. ,Is Bordec6late l With Jotile gone :. thanks to Major.Hancock, Col.Wickershara ,. all that.is claimed for it by.the in- : ATGRE4TLYREDUCED.PRICES., : -

: A ta' "OI.l ..akunlf-dlc bt4ppe,_ :; and others for polite at;< y ntpr"- and .beJiev ;that itis: destined, : ;.. .. SHOES.LEATHER : : : : .For the convenience of the public this celedrateo.Twin is -"
"Asleep% In the flowers." tention.-Mobile Register. to work, I '
..ascuo1f'i' *.*.r-, c '. .:' ; i ; f" a. :great' revolution in the :: I.. : PUT UP ON SPOOLS. OF" DIFFERENT SIZES -;
,, gflt thf happy no'In.J ClurU41ld" wor1d-a, greater rcyolatiprii than that : & FINDINGS. ...:

'1; .":. Trying to comfort with fond love of old. .A''Cannibal Tree: made. either by the' cotton gin, the :'. ., The finest quality being thereby ofcrcdoe. spoob'bi qaamitoe ? .. :.

,: father and.Those brother si have d11ea jiassed b'oTo gn t'before" | r .' 'If you'jcan! .;imagine 'pine-apple' steam engi eir, '. h&t l gniph.>, -These ,A.c mplete: assortment of New'Yorkarid.; 'Philadelphia fine FROM :FIFTY YARDS UPW'AR'DS. -"

.. ; ; .. Do they-wait for r on fteVvergreen hore eight feet Ti'igh'afa'd'thick in tests have).been, made .before scientific : '
., proportion Goods. always on"'Hand.' .The a'xiYC unequaled twist U manulacturect especially fcr tie use of all fc'mbof sewuqc andniM*tad ace-
; ;: .'RI, ."..1,I,Aaleen., ,F-III'the, flowers t', rest upon.its.base and denueded experts, who'pronounced it practicable : for drnttMhincstbroub. the country are using this twist in large quanutia,aad asSPECIAL .

.'V af.sbe ffnAored at l last here her dear ones wilt of leaves; yotwll'jiveagooddeaoith&trunk as inddd1heoiginal: and, often Sole agents in : J Jacksonville Samuel Dunbar ,& Cb.'s INDUCEMENTS

1: .t : ". bade)neV" of the repeated experiments of Mrj Keel Misses' and t2hiIdren's Fine Shoes. ,
welcome" tree which
ey at the pearly gatffbu however) ) .
.
.. :-. : !'I. >.;->!,And I '. riot; prove. He first discovered the aft offered lo the arade11 thOS? dWfit to purchase wffl dowel to send for our price fist.
goiosui towers; : was the c616f l 'oTah anana, but principle Goods sent by mail all '
** or.presstO parts of the,State .' "
.i Oh,.weef ; _
was the meeting In mansions'!tight, was.a dark, dingy brown ,and apparently he' has developed in his motor :. L
With our darling ToIe lost from our sight while attempting ito make' /' '.;. .
., i XV.: LV Alil loq>in flower..".; as'hard'aSirbn."Ffom'the apex powerful Bay'SfrEeiear Laura f Jacksonvillet. THESINGERk '
-4- .' of this! JfosticaieB'c6ne.at i i least two feet wheel, 'md1 .few.-years ago applied' -- : .'.;'
Ko. not lost to us.though taVen to heaven the to -- .
\ power
; in diameter running'stationary engines. .
} .eighfhuge leaves bent .
MISCELLANEOUS. .
H $ To comfort ui our Fathctasgcn'I1 :: -. To -I-MISCELLANEOUS. : < ; J'I' ,
test'th : :
sheer the that had
to like doors power .
ground
-
The spirits swing : ,
:
power. -. : .
: .- lwLook, tad heart*,from 1etai&1at' fade. jug back on their' hinges These been obtained i 'Mi'. Ke ly then made TTRESH; ARRIVAL : -.- '.4Z -- "" "_t' ;

-. M Lad tee our darling 1I'Lom'once we laid leaves, which are joined at the top fthe. a cylinder of drawn -.copper,'encased KEARNEYS /' '.--, : .' '.:. .' ,.' .

I 1 .-' ... .ti'Asleep, in the flowers.M .\ rees at, regular intervals, were: this .in wrought, iron, and placed .OF.NEW.. :.AND"FASHIONABLE. -- ,: '{; ; -- ',;. ,', J ,: .T ,;' .
"
T JO '
: *nero are whIte robes\ and a jeweled crown. about dyed of twelve' fed long and: a ound'botnsteel, bands close' togeth GOODSi- :-___.. ..FJ..UIDEXTCL_ '. _,_ : ;.0. ,.::..,; ._ ','

-. .-Aile tenderlt1o\'It&fYihtis tiding 4own' shaped very rriuch1' like the )leaves l fan ',,.i'(1akiD a powerful cylinder. The CENTLEMENS' FAL AND WINTER WEAR, : { r::, : y .:; .I'f

I .>\*-- :. From cdesdal.bowen.And ; 'AQ1' ricaD agave or century, plant. power .was'turned' 'on,. and )the .cylinder -' .PlUACJ1IIG B UtC"B"TJt; .:: C': .i::; .

I t And langt for the meeting;the happiest and best. They are two feet through in theIrhic was.torn to pieces in an instant. FRENCH) ViCIJSHrGERMA. : ITALIAN, : : ., r.sCF.TETXJMPHANT
Whet we are lyipfe;like her,at :' '' '"'' '" = : ; : '
mv Then threehors ,- .
: .
: st and three, power engine .was AND AMERICANPABRIcSJI The ;; '.. -
part ;
I "Asleep In the flowers.- S fee wide, tapering only known remedy forBRIGHPS -

_L; ,_ ." to a 'sharp point. ,that, l looked[ built; and''a' fifteen-norsel' : These engines 'SI9AS .':,: C : 1I :_ :

-. Y'ery'muchnike"a: ; 'ow's\"hbrn'' !have 'be !,.run'' in Philadelphia ; .' :
4 The Federal J3ead.The' : ,. :very FINE BROADCLOTHS CASST1ERES;/VEST. : .DISEASE ..
; ; ''National. convex on;the outer (but not under) every day:for a year'it'is..said, with I! INGS' "AND. GENERAL. FURNISHING **. ,,

.; f Cemetery, in the surface;'and on he under now out the use coal-or-wood, withoutthe GOODS-' ;And : :
1 ( upper) atthestoreof a potitire remedy for : j
--. .- -.outhwestcrn-porLIon of,our owp,city 'of .
fire
t L surface slightly concave. This 'concave use and.without the use of ,J. BARATIER I ..'
of the dead, wa tthe scene;yesterday surface chemicals at a cost of not one, rnt.. :. GOUT GRAVEL STRICTURES,, -
was thickly with -
; of set. : "' --- --- '. Merchant Tailor DIABETES
,
: veryJnterestng' dou cl pgexe, The fifteen-horse1 engine has DYSFZPSIA, T.u-A-IN
STRONG : i/ power Laura Street,just abov Bay Street :
r : HOOKS ,
Th ;
NERVOUS
ciscs. incupgoraijoa 01 me craves, t.1 ,' '. '. :ThORNY i ; ',running' 'twenty-three1:' consecutive U'21-6111 DEBILITY .
JA KSONVILLE.
FLA.
: w;! 9 .fcught Against -us in pur life, like those upon the'r.h"d\.uJ tea:1. hours manufatured ; **". :* ., .DROPSY.,' -.' -
i
withTpower in ; .
t r I I- J :
i ctrogg1ewaiIev eiitIy and patnotibcally : These J leaves, Hanging :th'us"Jlirnp: and| less than fifteen minutes. The advant- B. Ht BARD ; 133,254 .MAJORITY.
k :-4 ;"ol erved lifelessdeadgreen, in color 'hid 'fn SAMUEL NON-RETENTION; OR INCONTINENCE OFURINE.JRRITATIONINFLAMAT1ON -
t reverentljr by many ages claimecl'Codt'over! steam,' in ad- .-\ -
n eir f9r..ml..1Jag stsi' and j) !ri.otically .- appearance' the; massve! *strengtH: of ditiori to .obviating the cost 'of fuel 'Jacksonville ri-j rl OR ULCERATION OF THE STATISTICS' ;;OF SWORN SALES FOR 1873 :

ty tb ir:9 ..mpa iol 'flll oak fi.br "The.apeJrojF the'cpne was _and delay.of taking; it; .areJ thus stated: .--I .rIa.I BLADDER AND KIDNEYS 'Companies Sold in z8y*. Companies. Sold ia -an.

''i i 1 1'I; _Ji'hom .had.met aroundheirsilent! a round concave figiireVlike'asmalierplates : ''The smoke stacks of steamboatsiiIIdis4ppeartheir :, ) THE SINGER-___ 233M4 American,B.H -. .---_' 14.lb

tl t ; .- bivouacs topay he :oql1! jrkutehI t set within a, larg >ne. This boilers taken .; Importer and .Dealerin ,' Wheeler &Wilson___._-.._._....lig.ISo B &Howe ._.'.. 13.W9

; is Jin our rower.to, fallen! and departed I was not a flower" but a "receptacle, and the out, L,.: 1. SPERMATORRHCEAJ; Domestic.;: .; u_ ._ 4u II.' Remington Empire,---- n. ,.. 9.11),

; ; .Arorth.fhe National ensign. was at and there1 exudes (frito'ita'clwr, treacly great danger .of fire" and explosion HARDWARE' IRON.'-:AND STEEL. ''LeucOrrhcea 'or Whites, Diseases of the Prostrau .: Grover&Baker _. ... 86,119'FIoRDCe..., ___' _. 'Ip
will be. remprved. rJ! Gland.Stone In tha Bliddcr,Colculus Gravel or Brick- Weed____ __._ ai.76, Davis nMniTiiMi .M_.-- 1.161

; half jnast, fienUyrflijtte.r/ngj/ as jf coniscious honeyi.swttt.an.dj possessedpf '\ Its applicability isjalso sard'to be EDGEJOOLSTABL- POCKET dust Deposit and Mucus or Milky Discharges; Wilson _____..- 21,341 Victor. --.._...-.----- .", .

.', that the 'occasion was a,solemn, [viplrbt,'intoxicating t jand*soporific : .-.,M' CUTLERYJ]: _. -: 'Howe__._...._._. No returns Blees.. _;..;. ..___, 3,4jS
L .oneJVfilte.b huadredsj rho moved I properties: From i underneath th'e' rims even'greater than that of steam.. These ( GoldM dal.Wilcox&Gibbs___..- -. 16.431: Secor._________ 3.4JO

ff $ Cflabout'the.cemetery;, showed. In1' ) ( to.speak) of the un'derrnbst7 plate t statements come .well authenticated, Nails, Gluev .rutty, C.4, Paints, Oils, KE ARNE.Y'S __-_. __ 15,881.EtnaJEBrame dor .., 3.01.

3 -. countenances thai they were ni Their a'seriesdr long, hairy,'green: tendrils and ifcorrect.it: -may' :prove' to; be LEATHER BELTING.RlfBPER PACKING. 'I0 :) : .

.i- : and reverent ,accord, and bad come,p stretched out' in every diriection .towarIs1tle.borion a more wonderful, discovery than that STOVE r-TINWARE, ..CROCKERY -, EXTR'ACr I3UCHUPermanendycuraUDiscacoi1c r OURNEW; ; FAMILY MACHINE /

V -, not from iny-idltfbr morbid tnriosityiof These w re.se.veqor of.steam) while its application may be PUMPS, Embodies. New and Essential P.IncipIes-Sixplidty o'fConstruct'ion: Ease of Operation:Uaifcrmir; of Preon

,. .Cnrt frb--a-ebe feet l and far uuiversal.:, 'Lead and Iron Pipe, < ; Action at any. Speed; Capadtrfor Range and Variety ofWork,r-me'owCoane- .
eight .
duty' NCta; long, tapered-from m *<* CO! S. : -. LEAVING ALL RIVALS BEHIND IT. '. '.: '
4 gri .lv3i.tgleC. dl':'A."wreath I tour'Indies hf a ball An1 chL ri'diani 1 '--- .
4 >with.flo'wer.' .I .sj DOORS! SASH.-BUNDS.pIOULDINCS; ,SUGAR BLADDER. KIDNEYS.'AND DROPSI- .
_. : h tJ'krt ihe.ometnodest-: tt4yyet'thcy stretched out ...stiffly as CAL SWELLINGS TEST THE .
-a 1 I \ ,SINGER BEFORE PURCHASING. ANYJOTHER.; ..
I loo e IiDg. tta.moacit! beauty,,,and djf. iroi 'roas. Above these (ffom "bc> -' ).i i Q.oe.roillion/dollar'ijro'rlh-.9f r.; coral l L ,: Mills, Evaporator r &c.- : J I. :, -- :
fished
I 'J'oftl..V6 r";i1us-IraP&racLad6tnec d t t'centl'le Upper1 aDd'.u\1 tt'iix whit / was Mediterrane.up outof't1edepihs' of, the; fT J ..Existing In men'women- and children.. TERMS EASY-PAYMENTS LIGHT ,,- ..
n.by the..coralgatherersof Car-FilIl"C, KoofingtJMing\ 1d Tin .
r __ almost
'
_ccLy9ne.At __ transparent, palpi reared themselves ; '
; "
liking J
/11
ne order. -- NO '
tbc- l Naples last yea They work busily t ) diy MATTER. WHAT THE AGE!! -'Besides theWORLD'S FAVORITE."we leep constantly hand a large supply of '
toWard/the sky and ,.
; ,..,.a..large arcbonwhicb.was..writtenin twinkling during spring'and ind -I -,, .' : .- .
summer -
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.: large black ,,istip; wjth ., : "spend Pro( Steel CLARK'S. O.N..T.SPOOL COTTON;four spools tor twentyfire'cents.SINGER'S" .
their-earnings' duringfalj says; "One bottle of
letters "Dul and winterat BUILDERS'fe Keanuy's Fluid I STANDARD MACHINE TWIST from twcnly-fi and
ddccorzm tdtna Extract Buchu worth cenb.-ulda coon
est-p' MARVEL10US INCESSANT MOTION- : ; more than all other Buchus
11UJ, .", while on either side/S .: t 'Jome, In'sunbaskihg, wine, mac- combined." :!1.. ,; i .--. ACME MACHINE TWIST yard spools a for as cents; *>ja>4;.uois,.3 9S.cents.!

It ing as i colossal 1 rv yet constantly reaching upward: |IJat carpni J and Pul inella shows. FURNISHING MILL Price One Dollar SINGER'S LINEN AND FLAX THREADS;;.OILStNEEDLES, &.. &.
pillars,: were two slabs per Bottle or SU Bottles for Five
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I the one" the left 'having1 Ihe word I reeds_ .and./railas j ,.qujlls I ,_ appardnily JDouars.1.' -." i ,. .., .. j.7; ._
1: .- were yet ttix or feet tall/and JACKSONVILLE ., .
.SII! COFFINS AND '
Unlon/ and *' UNDERTAKERS. \ ;' ; '
Immediately under : J' DEPOT 104..DUANE. NEW. ; :;The '
YORK Co.
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*t> Sing
$ V. nealh t !* ll c*:names* of.LincpIn, Stanton n were so coh'sianriy'arM' i i.n -.--. ; '! ._" : '; A .:; H. a 'J./ ..- ; ., :; Manufacturing. ,

'1 I McPhcrwn and McCook,. On the, motion,\w.tthsuch\ JL subtle.sinuau.1silcnt { h E:. 'T', .rAt. J"Il, } .l ; The undersigned would respectfully call the attend 'and:A'PhV give,advice Iclart lIt gratis.. to answerr correspondence. a :- .. :No: 172'BROUGHTON"ST..SA: V ANNAB, QA.,
M I : j ,
throbbing the tJoa of those ._ : '
against air, with'heir BURIAL' ASE contemplating building to their establish '' l.." f L. .. .. .. .' .d J.T.S: -
t riSh'fw s'dfworo"llJ.iberty., and I ..suggestions- :" ment. They are. prepared to furnish at short notice all I ,. i/ !.;. C. VOSBURGH,. Manager..JACKSONVILLE .
t serpentsJ1yed, kinds of 51xD STAM? P0* rAMFKLITS.TO YU.U -
-\Jdfjerneat1i. '
"oWl'. ..' l"tbeLjam', ; pi 'rhnma. jcYSliriciri .:'tails. AND' .. . i.'iOB.GE : lV., FR4ZEJ,4jirI: -
-vdd4 ; M ob-
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erS .
t I JJuiJ Material .
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4er, ron, .iIswortn, ua krat' : 'i\xQlgjQf": 1J-f J.N $ ; ,. 11, .t t ') -- ". FLORIDA ,' .
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i .il;'F.rr.-JffJ1briall"-a d servatoBf bisvQccass c n 'Yere.sud consisting 01' < I! tRough ,. ''.'. .- ',' ,. .' ,; 'L : .. -. : ':' ,

.1'JllflllUllZlllt ale.',.*. Entering ibe had denly been in tjjrrjpted'shrieking$%ground thj P natives the who: UtJ and Planed LUmber. .' ; ., ;. ...' ,., .THE: r, ;; "-, ....J t :,- ) '.ESTABLISHED' .IN '1868 . '
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treewith'tHcirshrm ,
yard, we camCIO.: iN'&tt1R9Qoo/and I r.fi' .p It/ .j't .I.t.i'----;: :.J' > '

.,-- in hanc1s C tout,)on a. pedestal, was' a'.i'l.1g p what He drlcki told yoicei me,xand''"were'chanting propiti-: Mouldings, y .tBrackets;' ,NERVOUS" .: .AND. '\ ',DEBILITATEDOF '. ., '. ; :: ;;;:; ;: : ::: ::E" : : PERCIVA-L: : ; : 1io: .

ine"1faUfldl1iJC$ : 1t ke1iig atorist&t'li'gteAt? tree deviL m% Scroll and-Turned-Work, : '' ,; ., BOTH, SEXES. -r.tJfi.! ,.:: '" : .
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made j62fliATBa'.fina j : other fragrant ___ ___ 1 .. -- : -
flowers and t ''VIili."dJl'wiJd'['jhr ieks,.intf cbansonrof | -- sruw/ and R fJ ((: "rkl4 }mf""r, NO CHARGE .roil,'ADVl E .AND .- '.; ",:';':'):: ;' ; 'SUCCESSOR. : TO'J.lr. CROWZLL.Jr ;' '. ;.1' ..; ,;
op,1 e, pex were, the .t(o CONSUL : ; f' 'n" '. ', .
ALit t'
un.d the : OK ; SIZESAND'UAL1TIES. TATION. ,* "i:_ : J:; 1
ftalf,.}Cpn/crae{ knd 'Union. Igracfe: rnowJm : vt &c. U. .lowest, rmtef.. I .- ::j, :'H:,:; ." ..f, -. -e .- "a ,. '1' J:.
ber :
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urged withihe '
p\eP':tn. ) r I ., LADIES AND We \ .' .'1 .... 11 .
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fu11yjohed-mgteby a 'band of"Crapes s. GENTLEMEN'S ROBES. have recently enlarged our mlu" 4-.crease4 :' 'L411c: --i- : "& '
-. Suspended between LJ their jaychns,, until .slowly,. ..andwith I EMBALMING DONE WHEN REQUIRED. oils facilities for executing all orders with dispatch. ,,'D.-. ;.DYO'f't, graduate of Jeflersoa-Medica .' ';:.':: 'I ill I.' ". : ., ,- : "

the fiat s despairing.. f ce she College Philadelphia, &UlhorollncnhaluaM..orb, ," ;. ,.. : ,. .
dup Give j .
was a : :.fJjmb p ALSO us a cajl before going elsewaerei.. can be consulted all j h.H. t. :
parchment prdered with 'J* -i vj. diseases the Sexual ar Urin : '
deep .
the stalk of the and : t'I':1": : ,
tree si661bjhc he
ary ( has'mode
black, on which was written the folMo1ri&CddcUs'edllli!- summit ofJhe.cunethc, MARBLE1 Alh) MARBIEIZED1. 4-U : ; '.TENNIMAN? & CO e Orzewhich( ,no matter from an especial what cause study OlIo) ., '." .;:" ., _;'.:' \ !' t ',,; .," :"c; "."''1

pwinli."Je ; palpi swirlingaU.abovt.ber SLATE AIANTELS. 1 gloating or of how king standing.....A'practice of
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lrlMtiII f ";lsJcl:! Tisk 1 (Driqfcl J 'MILLIARD SALTOON yean enables him to treat diseases with success i Cures 11:. .! : : > '.r ::
: ; : .
r 'It"iif'ttMifJnlilrl4gfzl Dffok1- 'tIed '( ) ... ? .SLATE.. HEARTH3, &c., guaranteed. Charges reasonable Those M'distance '. ,t ,, : :
I h "men. 1 .i'i
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; ad'j" Stooping, can forward letter describing and .
-- I ; ;bleferCq she drant.of 4he. viscid:!ifluid in the MANUFACTURED TO ORDER r' (The Largest South ofWasUngtou._ )' stamp to pay postage., symptom enclosing. : .' : : "j : : ::. .'
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AND 1 :
tttei'dy'abd 'te FOR SALE BY : ._
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BAY STRICT, .
cup riN; jps 40n'laga.i hh OPPOSITE-POST-OFFICE; Send for the Cuult UHtaltk ""
1 x r : t. J.I : Jt..u i Ii Price ioc. ; : ) : '
}.t I :1 sJ 'Owa1i., : I t tCALVI '5dAK LI : s; '. : r s r1 \ .. 1 : ; .: ".1
jruL' : ti15. "J OO4 : ". -' :; 1n ,' : ,;, : DEALER IN' ,
:iVVJLp FRENZY UL'IIEB -
w e, LiCE, H I Forsyth Street.betwen.Lt r .Z t t5".1 : : .. J. D. YO'IT'M -
_.1._ __," .1'_' .. wi and Hogans. ,. ,. \D., -
.wuu iimcno a .. / I tw 6-lg. iaCkicovWcJforida,. [ ." .x" < I :: >V-\/T\'TPC1 '
emed' ,
o.Dna 1tl 'npt ;
: an4
'i. 'HdES
fpnjrpMvv.cord/ failm *. '- fir I j Physlciaa and STuxeon
? 1: 104.Duane St. N. Y $'
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1 only but i ; ( . LEATHER
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and b ) l'y' 'ff.J' But she did not jump down, as she 'r. I ---rFOR It :.C'., "S. 'Z'' .._en'' : : : -"j jf* > ,, ., :
we ro .
i1 more tl1in one oJltle seemed lo intend "tp-do": Oh nat! STV .AUGUSTINE.. : ,tL. 'o ; IJoots ami. Short,neat Lad'durable,*! B\CKS. '. "lrl-"r.: ;.. 4 -- ,'
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: 2 r fl (p' fticu 1arly"and. .officer, of Kig'h i The atiocTduscan. nabal' re; that _had z i -, :: 'O''r. :" : .,: ,. : '. :',:t:: ',,::' .:: < :. -. ;;"AND.. .INDINGS..,: ,, 'j .t.. 't.-l.',, ,,

rank), 1'I with tfut could have teen been so inert and dead tosud iL3t THE SCHOONER.) 4 < 1EtjE) ND'F STABLES -" ,\ :. t''t. ..\.:. ...:: ." ._ ., 4 OJ',' -r-:-: ..-to;:, r
ii- done ten '' ,.came ? ,I 5'rl'frS } .__ _
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;: On the fears"mound agt was a large basket den savage life. The den ae: \ 1pj>, M -"U''a : '>H I s:' "I:,J/J., ;: -;.; _-: .,:>.. .': ",::!,.': '. .':: :: .;? ); !;\ ::':

i with the fury-'of starved serpents, i {i,8 : .. "Perc .
} 4JReccmpnicd 'with 'a card, on which u. ti ----rta1.tCll., val's' Stamp", Hand Boots'v ** "!' cl rr co *
_.. w aW Ue,1Frona1ady"andnear quivered then ;flinoneqdyer| } | : / hpr J head, ', ..Will make regular trips ___L -, t"" Illlife _________-___d_______ Burt,5rMearsf '"', -- :-2'f .-'" -V: vf !oo5;

there was a-wHaih'o'f 4kliegated flow.er teUigenceiTasVenedvupon'as innstinctTith;;: [ demoniac: her is'sua i in.; .t. ..between St...\Jacksonville. & J : 1 'l'J ;, "; F. .".5'i 3. : i Philadelphia1 and, baltimore >f ". ir'p";' "'-"v' ';"", "V; ;: iojoo. *

.> wiik geoVhiieipilk: streamer den cdfls Voufid'-aritf round' *- -___1w For,Freights at' low rates. <, t, .: ">''. .1 Vienna Medal cable sewed I 5 ;W tr. K- l i-J *;* / ,ui-"ft SO.
hefriccVand fRi&ht'or passage i .Q t. oS '
i ; PercivaVslStamp Hand > '
the 3-
CrttlnJng'4I rough Congress
on
; r ngf' arms, and while her awful screams ,ppi1 'LtoI-wILrLocx:: ; ____ Z .zo. Q .
.wa.. prrnfTThe Uowlng ,. Burt & Mears' ; ; _'; : "..: :i ii' / .' J /8'so'"
: : and. Jet more" 'awfuf J Jacksonville,fJ&, __ .1-----: c t ,
_ $; # '>"Vhewfpdlrr-the"Monrimf otal I wlldly'to laughter rose ;: 'I. ti .5 ; The best and most stytishi Ilvery-ieaa In-the'city Philadelphia KI''U' IS ': nsLitVennaMedal ,"' '. ; ( .J1t x :: .ft
*< 6sthtly'trngl d flown i' ___ ] be '''' "h '
-"Memorial I : 1 !_ ; CM found at the Stable of the mdenlgned.'near the sewed. '
.: Associatioaiurecognition i J .. ... de VI.,. I -. -. ,? : 5C4 .
ga'iti1nto : t Florid Homcoraev
a Etui.atInlioiir ?'lea. of Cedar'and PoirsytliScreeti. .._ _','. .
: ifi'c ., .J 'J.! ii4 i--
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i4 4fi eheroijrAotivcs --- U' i J. 1 : J. e. JI.-.>oe.Udand. well cared for .'> ', _.. : ..
of : In-l\ .1 reasonable
the. cder. dr. !i ll* ,,oneTrt'er Another 'fike7geit ..f i i f; nf r'r-,*Hf I .J "JI : tcno. *' ) on .. ,-. '-" {:t'w ---!,11.I ; :1.:I ,"I'O
j. '
; / at! soilders in" their : 't'i 9It home. Tmevma+ ( .:1 .i.L. ,. l C'i ii4; .10 ytKi 11I..1" .'.1 -.I ': :vi GOJODS'SENT.BY! MAIL .AND:EXPRESS ,
tributes .
; to the green serpents, with brutal and m6 10 at2 Addi'dl. 0.SnJISOJI& Co.; ." o.ni, .11' *. Strong Uanu'lpr, haullng purposes always eA tund.r '" tL-H&H
energy Portland Mauie. i 1..8. TOOth JT' **r-it *cr iattt v Uf'* .AVttJt*f* .rr3.i n>t 't..Y: .1'--; ,,.iTo all P\UU.oIlhc..s tI"nsr"-; aj4.>; ,>Tf 1-
: 4 Jill Prcprietcr.S Jacksonville,rb.,May 30,.st;*. tf. AT THE OID $TtND."cOR.-: BAY and OCEAN STS.,JACKSONVILLE.! 5 -*


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