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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 23, 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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.iTcffED I iRT"WEpNESDAY: AND &1 avt.been,on & little tour.ire-*. means.of The/following extract i iitaken froma ,:, of theameadment : .
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SATu KsPAlC. transportation/and development -,4 55 ';; L' is givtn in the *' Elbe a tever-tjo t**iasa &Kr'ntJ .I _
cently, through Marion Sumter and; ,and their work1'should. 'I letter of Mr. ''. K.' I yt>tdthe L" ; _. '._".'..--'SO I.', section, JLSeems f to -De.th.Coei I W.' "l 'DL....>'...'.,*"'*& *!? "511r ti M.' ..
OPSUDGWPIIONi command ,. &JU. & -CaD .
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ruJ .counties, it.,may. pot be,amiss Newark Daily:Advertiser, from'Like ''IWnIJI'crop.1,-. .6t.,.'.-. Can Jq t l1 hSt Iittledoubt.thatthi5 .. ; :
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5ui.waaYtY.tBaa u.brri'/gjpp: anaom.., to send the entire .sympathy of all the .,' Ir U& boast was false. _
rM or gn copio.f3'-:Md x M copy )you a running.sketch of ,what City:and shows what can be done at : .5 'to passed,ao bonoxioaslaw; ,' and, o7 also. Itis, moreoveiv probable that (in Eef jry

wi111Ic tent to II erery dub of tM'reoeircd at one.time. I saw and heard ill mfJ journeying*.. people: and,the earnest and active support -, market gardening there, r Hoyt's; S 't.ciic. ." '__..o. ,... ",-1.S I'"f" in, advance of such enactments legislate' t1isbd'i 1'iZ4 ':' S

jg.iMfi.7y ITKM.T;;each i fuiacriteA Twenty eopto.; Ja per'annum.''1.60; Fifty eep-Tea :I left Micanbpy, for my tour, oh a of business! rmen'in Jacksonville, figuret.were somewhat c $.eeasbut: 5 ".t',...;.- -c, $'.g ": as !ir tcaj-deem'suitable dTI. eSs -1 for the purpose'!of lrttlbg"hi -tnow .

40._ beautiful( sunny morn;"and VflTdedray7way ,for nearly the, whole region, ,on ,the "e.bav.Cl-'cvisedhem, frpn "later.data :, And now w1ere1sOiy- and California l to' iremedj the evil against'which I Itbis' that she was,"cren-witb' ''hiffl. !r s'fee

ADYERTtSlNC RATES: ; parallel' with the pfcturesque accomplishment of this work.will seek than he [had,, .After; payia1iand.( andiAMidind'jhe'BIgL'Bonanza* '? '>Vhere amendment'proposes to'u'( If' deliberately uttered this falx-toeti-to
nY.1.00 per.di er_..Inttld..; OrangeLake for miles. There' I'saw some compliment! to the ,peolC. of i the opinion, in that
s. case him.in
inscttiotw cents the 'its.natural outlet; in this city., : \ i .ih'eKnlghrofthe Golden correctlyTTpresents -i order to reclaim him taJmteH. .' _
-wWapMOt ; verjr wilderness blossoming as the'rose Florida and to,Lake City M.Hoy ''Fleece the extent of :
i' l WhereMs Erie. Pacific Congressional legislat -: Tilton beypDdi.i'lM :
period
VittLT,|JS per xA er k. .fintMfctopcs 1aIerdoD:e __._ .
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under _
*laertk .TS caa.Nn.CCDbra the energy and indastry'of' proceeds:. .. 1. : Mail and :the Western:: Union'?---' ion, the power of COngresscanb: jealousy I and she.knew npthjngj t .' __
such men'at our friend Judge Mea'ris,1 t Midd1 _n., East.FIotida.Wenoticewithzegretthat "I am half i inclined to TjfeHeye'that\ exerted ] 5
S :Where is'there a'mine pi d icing such. directly to put down ,Ilk out- awnlessioncfzdultery( : .could.aro. ( .
TUMS:CASH IN APVAMC !' together with'the,members of a Louis I 'there is the warmth 'of the dim: e; and the golden-: results; :or:' a speculation half rage,or discrimination onrjthejipari of him,to""constoncy: ., ,Sbe. s flWbe. '

.uar-, ADAUS.CARRUTH, lacksanrine.. &r SC Florida. ... ., I'. iana colony, recently .settled there; disposition manifested op' the part fertility .of the' soil has something. to 50 sure,? And here, too,'is'the result ipdividuals! when the motive originatesonly 1 tieved. that. Mr. Bc-xherjhid;'f. p

-''I From them I learned that in less than of the to draw invidious do with kindness 'of bea$1- 'Where Ion' 'sevens acres "onl/i., I .! in;race.or color* I do nOt deem guilty with other wcmen.. foiftBr (lt' t. .
= two years steamers would'be seen ply- press comparisons -. earth'gives' forth.its'fro So.lgen- worked The .1Iperectl'l it necessary Aj; this tTme to more"fall
PROFESSIONAL CARDS, Ac. great ? HjnJrasJoirpf 1sit ; .,
between Middle and Flofi- & -v '* % .* tf _
j ing its bossom the Easf 4 +'i TJt- t'- '
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through Thereiniytendenty nBH -
Orange erously be'aicg; ndi5 LbhTd1t.; t.1u! : -- n t.t, : -' At

: Crpek !Hs outlet f.Jnto xhe.J>atqtjtf 'Tb".o.st. oft n higblypnbedwbile ; -genertn4hi1'iiin cott9ti1at4, ,corn ;and..the,sugarcane. .my. opinion IS constj utionaJ--- V., ,Y. stories' Beecher gave color l fo theni'by

J.. .fMJ.IONS .4 thf"rpmantic.and crooked.jDckUwaharlrer. the 'Mrddle or central portion'. heart,. and if that be so\I do hope ,Thefruits are silently; gathering ,theirsaccharinejuices Sun. his assiduous attentions to1 this.Interesting .

ATTORNEYJIND COCTSELtOK AT LAW. And'really this, or some' other of.the State' is referred to disparagingly there may be. an .equ lization, ,x>f and the grape pre '.woman, and did'Do; -Watd1U*
public'convcyance.will! be needed climates that the North' .Agricaltnral Wealth to.the situation-ontir be'oahd.HltaieU'in. )
r.. Bulling;jis twine,Fix iMr sOonto and so may produce paring itself for'the ,winevat., And
carry off to market the increasing our Central .Florida citizens two But let After f feeding 'of a desperate strait confroofed ''
'E %ainr dissolved his professional reia&m rraprdly j : crops peryear. me I am warranted in"saying'th t alf thiswork population forty )

wMh J.P.&M RaBrosid.. will raceirettisocOah*. amou t of semi-tropical fruits seem ;to find, much gratification.also come to my subject. I have stayed is done with far less expenditureof nillions of people in 1874,;the export Tilton'- and 14oo1to2.I ., : '

MI aaiam i ia to pvciso .. .H3L. that are produced there in referring ,to the poor," sandy soil here'thus !late'that I may see whatthe brain and muscle than,a'Jerseyman of:surplus agricultural products from Now,,Mrv Tilton could; not deny

Lands 'now, that two years ''ago of the eastern portion: of the State.. country. looks'like In its first harvest.I puts"oh the ''single' crop ,of'a the United Swes' mounted. in value what she bad' said, 'for that..i cu4d|

J.,N. BETTES, I could scarcely .be sold at the lowost] We take it that this'style of Attempting was not early Impressed with an season. to.over,four hundred and'.fifty-six million have made l her more :than: i fnfarnoas.Tilton _

PHYSICIAN AND SUKGEON, figures have and are still going up to advance the interest of one, idea of.its fertility. I could ,see-no S While you'at the.North are waiting .dollars-a larger agricultural' product and, Moultoo,,pruceeaetl.Viih'their

rapidly in price-though not, so high section at the expense of another'..section generative power in white 'or gray for the ground to,thaw, we;,sigh 'over than that exported from ,any b business c'ow' fAmiliAl to".the"

.,JackioarOte. FUi yet as the almost fabulous. rates of ,i is seriously objectionable, in that sand, nor much in the hammocks; the peas that are gone but can yet other portion of the ,globe. In :the public; and it'was'only'when'sbif:yiir

Oii-Op te Ocean Home cornet'fAdams 67601w poorer lands Orange county-so that inexpedient. and contrary to good whichare sand, likewise':with a layer put 2 dozen different vegetables on subdivision of this aggregate of our confronted by e 'on that'ferfTble "

ea4Occa.D'eeu.. in.the hear future, unless some unforeseen taste apd,sound judgment. Men are of decayed.vegetation. And now my the table at one time. While you exports of.agricultural products, -we night that she retracted her ehirgi-

M. & ARTHUR A. BIRNEY calamity, occurs, fortunes,will be] sometimes foolish and.knavish enough : desire, is gratified. The: Spring has are watching the thermometer and have under the head of "bread- es. Is this. not a charltablcleV'of'

made by its owners. to,build up reputation, for therriselves' been'very, backward but the earth,is uncertain ,whether to plough, the stuffs,"'the following ;results'as Indicated the whole Beecher bulsnessr bat does' -

ATTORNEYS Micanopy itself, but two miles from by crying down and/ydisparaging. loaded with .a tropical growth! of negro,sings merrily and mother, ,earth in the 'official' reports. 'of' the it not also exculpate Mr, Beecher and

this lake and on the beantiful'Tqs- the character of others, but we believeit vegetation ; even,,the5 pine woods arC smiles and empties" the.; horn of plenty.' Statistical Bureau :. "' Mrs Tiltoo'from:the charge.of: adtrf

41' STREET. NO3oWASHINGTON cawilla, .as well as 'near the: 'more will be very generally admitted that : full of, grass andedible l ,weeds, while Doyouthink.I' amthrough? Wait Taint 176 tery, and, also. Moulton ,and Tilton*

CITY beautiful Warburgh, is now:'almost no one has ever succeeded 1 in estab: the hammocks fl the'sun to wedge for my next.letter and.see ifI: am. Bread aDd bUcvif .un. -.' : from the charge of 00spiracl... 4

embowered in orange trees;; for if you lishing.a good.or valuable reputationin itself in'edgewise. S J.K.H.NOTE. Indian Indian corn com meal'lo4-.164.013 s thus throw the whole origin cf' the.

W.R. ANNO, look narrowly) .you, will discover this way. The 'same may be: said The feverin: this' particular regionis There was but "a .fraction O.r'R ___, _.. m. ___ b34.0d4 p5.956r 'troubles on:Theodore Tiltion; ,

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW every man's kitchen garden to ,be in relation, to the system of advertising : not for the oranges but for the 'vegetables above six acres in.Mr. Home's garden Rye Sour- ---__- ..' dS-312 _.. ,
Wheat _..... _..
actually orange grove in its infancy one section, the expense of an and lam perfectly willing to upon which the above results 'ft'-.__ ---.* ,I198,2B8Othenmallcra .752"31Wbeatlour Democratic Reform aTtfloxe.J"hi: '
Retd"mock,
OSct/m ; Street. Verily this particular culture alone sell land in. .New-Jerseyfor two AaDdpalou10.76&
; other.If my
were obtained.--Ed. JacksonvillePress The success of"reform candidates'lbefore
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7 1-WU.FZ.rW.. to say*nothing of others has thousand dollars an. acre, and give 256.391Here
given! ,a section has its merits is
or : .
tb'efalue"of the
we see that these people at the pollsveari'
-. decided that business Florida. The .
upheaval to this portion of good, for anything, let It presented, up to _
K.A.rATTTSOB. A.IUMCKT, fair State the first of anend items-wheat, wheat flour and Indian sorry to be compelled to 2 fersddtn
our ; influence of whichis but in the name of honor and com crop, peas came; so The Civil Rights BIlL corn _
but scarcely felt, jet to what it will long ago that I have forgottenwhether amounted to nearly one hundred results'in solid advantage'tbtHi
PATTISON & MEEK, ; mOD decency" let no one attempt to Winona Minn. Jane' 8.- and million dollars.', any _
Judge forty Again,under -
be before have had: Beans not !
wonderto are
The any.
many years. advance one section of State New York reforft
our by tity
taxpayers.
R. R. Nelson of the United States the.head of '
A TTORNEY5-A \V.oaicc.1lcQua' me Is-knowing this section so well drawing strong and damaging con- erfStd, for the simple reason "that the District Court, reodered'inopinion ed the "provisions, export the- are notable faHirre i in 'Ui&"fepeetr __ __
to-day : daring year'1874we have
for the eighteen vines won't, stop bearing, 'but when !
past 'ears-tbat' cap. trasts to the detriment of some the All party 'organifation WaS %minfed s
results
WUinc.Jacktt FU. affirming constitutionalityof following :
i jlle. hilists have not as yet 'more largely other section. There,.is no part of one crop is gathered they put put Civil v.u.n for the' purpose'::'of aaashiogtfte'insle'
invested j in: land enterprises there their blossoms for' another: Beets the .supplementary Rights Baton aad I**_ sjJ"5
Florida.tbat js not bra A of the Tweed Theo &
good enough ting1. $
& KOOKEK 'conclude hold law,,which.is believed to ,be.the firstadjudication. Bees-,-._. 3.6* .>66
NORTON which would so soon remunerate them man to, live and die in. Eyery section generally to up or in this r'10467.c&S. : elected the reCorm'andida'.bj i"-
DEAT Oamund hundred fold. But it is they' are pulled up when"-they weigh direction by a Cheeae'QOIMffflMJ--. ; _j___ 1307I946
REAL ESTATE A"
EKS. comer Bay an attracting of the State has peculiar advant- Federal Jadge. As Judge Nelson has i ttaUcii'r. ..___ mense majorities-!and' TwecdiaaL _
.JackmniUe.Florida. Ti T T t 9&A7Q
oca.U. Imaed on Real Estate ty. General them pow,, and the,day is, at hand ages,,and.the ,whole is. adapted to avery from sixto: sixteen pounds Cucumbers been a life-long Democrat his em- Eggs.- lP few,of his accomplices.were'&rrested( _
,
Life and Fire Iswracce Aceats and Dealer in Pine. when ,this belt o{;country will be wide range ,of Industries and .a of course never .die and can littleastonishmeht Meats LUdI p. Iedg8s. .st tried, and sent to the penitentiary foi\
Lamb.taa.c Sptiosfield suburb spedakr.alktted. phaticopinion produces ,no -
Otn-esp-A 3.sR.wif found to be one of the very best por- wonderful diversity, of, products. East only _be. headed off by the plow. liH aDs, as wellas Oyen-Pickles and ,_. 104 their crimes, or cpmpeUcd: .to fljf Jroxar _
among nnm *6iy)
tions of our,State. I was struck too, Florida can not boast of the beautiful i Cabbages, onions ,and. tomatoes are lawyers.. The opinion was given Pork-:-i_ 5A04.186 the country. But as.we had pccasioflt ..

P JOHNSON M. D with the very thrifty appearance ,6f hills and lovely .valleys'that give to i crying out for some one to come and in response to a request made: by 1hGrand.Jury.before OaiotqA. __'_.__- -_--., -_ sar.f"5ajo6Patn. to mention day p?lid since' ch. _

our edible crops all along.my route to Central Florida such a lovely, dreamy eat them.and melons ar; growing by whom a ; Other vegetables-....,.-. 130. rate of taxation. : &;steadily! 9 reaKrd' _
case was ..,'...:...
lIoMczoPApr.c Vecetables.p-cpvcd' 4I.J6t '
Ocala and Lee the thousand, at a rate which'almost since' the date of 'eVeniiittntir
burg. Plenty seems to landscape-it has not the heavy rich the District : these '.
PHYSICIAN AND*< SURGEON. challenges the St. John's r railway to a brought by -Attorneyun.der Bacon and hams run 'up'to thirty- tha -'---
sit smiling at creryfarmer's' door. clay roil that renders Central Florida ana ra' niici--iaiuiuil -uun na1u 1tb "
.- -i W.OKce. the Civil Rights bill. After tyntrng one i ( < compelled ta > 'and'tnre
.la MitcWr-r.iw 1145 ._,*at jtlU.reotet. Vpary fed etapsfHl 1 slnr-A...nwj2L3uLt :-.I.IM ._.ii.-. r __ t._ -'_-'_..1 't' Loot' rn 'O\I'.rinnl.i7 1a tne provisions(ineTIast three value, cheese thirteen million; lard
fceNreea Jewj| s4r" *--Itnts.Dearly to Sumter, and I was agreeably' sur to grow corn, cotton, andsuiareane: I to particulars, and in what I say now amendments Constitution and tenths per cent, orj3oontheia6'
to.the
Dineteen'million and to '
pork
cfpotftt the} Poo O3M. .19911AZ.1ZGMT I that I write all :.truthfulness to : worthfor the
assert priyileg&ofowningroperty -
r prisedto witness.the decided change. but it can,boast of the noble St.-Johns! after alluding to the celebrated slaughter 'five-and a-half.million 'dollars.
nearly
and after careful inspection and in real in that Efeta
a and.pcrsonal, *
miles and
Where before I would'tra\'el and its ocean-bordered land of }
trop house decision ,of the Supreme In addition ,to these,we have the following .
It is the result of season'sabsolute ocratic haven of .
one repose. pTbfqop
quiry. ; f
.t1. miles without a habitation fruits in luxuri-
seeing ical the greatest United
grown Court, of the States, Judge miscellaneous '
agricultural
products
now I could scarcely get out of theirsight. :production, with a perfectly Nelson mity of this.incubiil be pp ejrstgoxii .

ATTORNEY LAW school houses and ance.Central fair' and. reasonable calculation of proceeds' : -. : S : by ,reflecting t )at'fivVpeii-en .ih'qirf
Residences,. Florida is not in the orange "I call your'attention 'to"this aSefor ".CL, = -- _
}. a Hoej'l Block,op stain churches were.now. be seen, where belt. but that .is no reason why the i what is. to come and these are the reason that..several distinguished Tare am ',- T--- '$;lJ04b: time gold bonds,' emptJrju, taxation _
result torf, of inexperience, and can i"ntiIs.39I". sell fof par' .tn.gbtdft'ind ihii r _
J5 wlr Jaddonrflle,Fla. before it was an unbroken' wilderness.I people of this section should feel envious -i Federal District Judges, and one emi Hay __- 1a0,288 1 tf''f '
be another oonds.nnniog a lotrgerperioti
vastly improved sea .
upon Hides_-
really had no true conception olihe of the success and prosperitythat nent Circuit Judge, !in instructing _____. _,__-_ .4.003471Hops. .,042.170Oil..J I would'seflf for parii 'fouFand?
improvement thus'going on until is Flori-I the ofa ____ .. _: ,4661,266Rice
MCLAUGHLIN great fiowinginupon.Eastern, Grand presentation :
son.In Juries upon r *
RICHARD of Lake ; rctertst 'Tettttzmit
the neighborhood Cityis ______, .. ,_, 14400 a IiaJIPercent.
I saw it for myself and actually da. Why should the citizens i of Middle similar questionhave consideredthat Seeds __. _i ____ $06.4fl'ra.noii V .
rae
REAL ESTATE AGENT, j a farm ,of about 150 acres, a part ___-_- ___ be regarded as;tbff oT
industnous
came in contact with its Florida speak,disparagingly of the the interpretation by the United ;:- ; 6,1,3,577 .
of which woodland.. The land is : for investments in nndottt
7gcki.titfr.ri. civil and intelligent people. At Lees- pine.sand .flats of,the aq There is States Supreme Court of this first section Animals..amounted to; nearly three money

AD tnru of Real Estate bought and sold; Money invotcd. burg, I beheld with amazement a no manner of competition between rolling copiously, supplied ''with of the Fourteenth Amendment isa million dollars! hides four, oj. .cake i seeuritiCS'unincumbered'I bt"TtUtL'i
.Taxes paid TUlcs rsaminrd.Rarna The usual' have been Hence, the .untioQ'in p..w
$ )
5pr ngs. i 3 (
neat, rural village-but of ''yesterday, ih sections. Immigrants who desire crops' judgment against the constitutionality four and ,a half.and tallow nearly
.T rcaxiaRioir! .to William Astor Esq, cotton corn and cane (sugkr); and the hundred,, and the.IlSel ffmAAqt.
!
This
million dollars 'in value.
New York: Ea-Gov. A. \. Cunin. Bdleioote Pa.: almost-nestling on a hill overlooking. to embark in general 'agriculture of the law'under consideration j seven '
l evfa H. Redaer, PWaddphii: W. Stokes Boyd, this is the firstseason; when serious: I creditable..exbibltJon. unburdened, being worth;":dSQ ,
Lake Harris the enter In that have therefore certainly a -. ;
I'pUa:D.G.Ambler.Banker.Jacksonville.11*. to right as you ,. would not be long deciding has been made at ;raising apd .t given a negative very [hundred. It follows, that 'over
Uorjr Tucker,Boston.Mass. 3-tt-iy-pd ; and Lake Griffin to the left. It is Central, Florida was the home for attempt reply to the .question propounded ., By'addIng. the value 'of, .raw :" .ulcol1'l.-f t'fourthA '
of the reasonable
Seven
too, quite a business place.: ,I ;saw them, while the orange-growers will vegetables for shipment. acres With great respect for the opinion .of cotton,ex port ed;('we have 'the followingTaggregate -' Ii consimed, DeaibmtreforifllTilers i
hammock land were.cJe3red. capital bythe
w. L. ,CO N, stores there that would do po discredit naturally seek the:orange belt. Are of good the Judges I_ cannot assent to their results 'of the export "of of
still bfth
and the. of the trees are .city NeVVortf
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE to your city, like'th. ,of Dr. .*- we not all brethern and are we not as standing stumps a portion. !conclusions and while I have no sympathy agricultural:products In'' i84. r A dtizenofWewYork-wortHrcii&: f*
on .
AJCD night's. The orange,' banana ,and citizens of Florida deeply interestedin The land has been planted mainlyin i. with .this kind of Congressional Raw COCtoD..... .- -_ $3i5,37.i0. if in vested?in' Gftvernmenrfoar n'd1
guava culture, in.the rich hammockas the development of the whole legislation, and believe that the State Animals fn hay hides.h 21..aaPtoYisioM. 'oi1 : -
NOTARY PUBLIC. beans and cucumbers., Tomatoes .__ .balf per cent Ixindiftfoeld
peas 76.3'1..5JO
well in the !lands around is Men who confine their good !Governments punish all wrongor
as pine State? and 'onions.were planted, but, t&Ita.SOl, realize-an annual: income:-of t%IoO
Office in SOLAR
YE-S BLOCK. largely on the increase, and is proving wishes to. tbe: narrow pentup.Utica have been sent to market. The outrage. of this character commit annum. ,Should he. tJ.thi
Corner BAY 4 PINE sutctsJadsaarUe profitable of i investment. .- around their own doorsillsare not none ted within their limits still I think TotaIS9 73 per
already a 'source. of these seven acres so far capital. in.business pursttlts woal4'rbe
,FlA.H I a Sabbath there needed in the development x>f theSatcSekthtel. product : when race; color] nativity'Or religiousor Here 1 is an important } b t..and
burdenedwith riI
spent has been : belief furnishes the only if speaks well,for the prpsperity of our : and, an.nn4ta r p
asa.nth'_ aud, from thr political
very_ nl ; .hence he
mukjtt$78oQ
F. COLCORD, 'j 6'n 'Jw n' -- othte1 I 191 bushels peas<3.ys. -----.-*.>. 'yi6iS for ,the commission of such agricultural industries. With increased ; 3,300.C _
,, ness that reigned around as w f 40 bushel.* **$4 IS :-.-...-... "S reason I I per.annum,, D t"tO save ifronifoss.
from the I large attendance upon divine S The Eacalyptas'-'in: ,Rome. 199 bus)I cucwnba>4-yv ,.-...- 4y <*> wrong or outrage, a proper occasion facilities for transportation ,,. <
uccestor to Hide and SUst tuJoeu of 11.811. I< arises for the,exercise.of the po.of a'nd'reduced rates 'of freight'on'land '
that I .
services I could discover &
easily enormOis tIxatiqn
The Pall Jla / Gazette eSaYs : "Gar I If this Te.
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J. H. CROWEU. '! 4 under this amendment The and water, the export of the products
one-I
was among a Christian people- ibaldi .is occ pied among r ther Ccou mla.iQDI$18J___ n 48 Congress law is of the soil will not only be l larger/in iiJ' pCrifthedifi .iDaeb ;
Cent Off ajkl Ocean atreeu. trust that feared God and honored schemes", Tn' planting the famous Eu- tnus-FcniliJenS7' '35 oo objection urged againstsucha :will natural ness-of d :' titigb bt 'f .
creased bat'farmers
His I Sab .___ __ thatit i seeks to punish in the Federal as ihe' rsif?*
holy.day. .saw too a good ; Australian Seed --- 3000LabA This -unfoTtmiatelf; ir'oV .
H ghct cash price paid lor HI&OSkIOL. Fun. iafyptui gbbulux ( gum freight N.Y. _' -,.. *7f53 violation of certain privileges result, receive Jarger"P'96ts"on the _
c. 1a.I" bath School on the Union principle tree)' around Rcme, with a view to ....._.. ... ...17100 851 13 courts It annual returnsfor,their toll":-Washington -The permanent wanlcipal-lndeb et- #
: State
citizenship. ,
which. to
there that daunder. the pertain "
Jrganijed ; malaria., Travellers in the ness has been steadily augmenting
LOurs EMILE BOURGEON mspices: of Mr. J. C. Eastm n." 'misiionarv south prevent of Europe,have-now.an oppor. ctlnl.it".J. '. "U is D doubted that this punishment of : Chronitlc. porip usut with the increase of anniiF
is good, for a rough "offenses- against' pc'rsons' :
That ; ,
of the American Sunday noble specimens of pretty ; ordinary taxatioq,.untiljt.now amounts to-'ottri
Fros' Pads.FftMbce,Utdy Pore .*f jbe State tunity ofadmiring hammock lot ,ofseveiacre5. is it not, race belongs to State! Govern A Strange, New_,Theory of the'WholeAffair.
_. School Union. doctors, any soJflfaH
Lawyers, and-tb
J. Dii& ) this tree in, the promenades and public times in 'created for the $6),oooooo;. present;
merchants.and farmers all seemed 'to to pay its value just.five over ments. They wer led mqvemenU.pf b1eInj
Hyeresand. j
Nice reform
.
of Cannes ,
VtV DYEING AVD SCOURING ESTABLISH.KENT. gardens life and it is undeniable i ib
and.it must be noted too, of protecting liberty, Although many
., take much interest in the education .while in'Spain its health- one season purpose ocratic:, legislature and execatiye.oftthe
Algiers; that seventy-five bushels bf beans were the pursuit of individual l happiness good !men, who? have patiently! watch' l ling 4
the .cn4 that York while.
LaoMs nod Gsndnea' thus of their youth to : are veil known and Sta'e',of Neir pTQ1sS-4-
*Weariej Appaid giving properiues andwant this ed the "evidence believe -that MrV
"Freeze
for
object.
lost in a'February and should legislate f
Lace Cmtaina. in time fill their places zeal for he.PabIiCr l'
they might eucalyptus great :
X-g.w 'Church. :Appreciated. IrijBSo.tlie. of care, and also thatHhe bean, Yet,as the' Fourteenth :Amldmentcreates Beecher is innocent, I think the &iY
Aad otter tac fabrics ostcanxuUy doa ad.,.4. well i ip society and i in ,the first.introduced into'Spain"on'ac appear to be defidntrin ti
FOR6VTU &1 RE:. bert and MAT-. rtclouss >vas' and cucumber: crop is by no means citizenship: and'' g jrantees average feeling of both worldly' and *' '1t."J "': .
T. .ee )qJ1U. To all this we did that.t virtues and lts--'IYa6.b: h :
as
Let. ,of6.cfC see and undeveloped count'. :pf its hygienic' exhausted, and thirdly, that 'a large equality of a.1I.citizens_before jhc law, ,religions men and women of keen insight ...' ,', . ',', ,'.

t-: .- bbatb, ,in a new where .as societyls'bu'tin yet theseVe so "soon discovered by thepoorpeOTe I family have used that garden.:daily I think,Congressman ,provide for: the into'the mysteries.of life is something ,FtehistoicX R ''t scvidentlf'we .
country, ofVal ncia'that they used this if who. der like. this, Theodore "TSlton 'a "In' .
for the table; but with all ; you i punishment of individuals '
look iiuli
PRINTING was'to 'tipoo -
Its formative state, much good to steal the leaves for the; purpose think I am at the end ,of my; story. [ prive any person of the. enjoyment of brilliant writer, 'iveri to wayward tendencies I -p tor.oU.r 1 iuliizeownich
something that augured of making decoctionS 'The Cape (f and 'l wasintoxicated his .iti onditioi"o .w ,
are vastly'mistaken ;'I have only 'the rights; of citizenship! g3t ; own:
(for the rising generation there Good Hope, Corsica,Sicily, Califor you His wife -of, 'artincialiyctif
I beguu.Tbeground. equality solely'on.account :of, race or 'suc esses.- was:proud
THR NEW SOUTH We take the above interesting 'account nia and. Cuba' have also thejr plantatiops. just ; occupied py< the peas :olor. These rights 'nd. privileges them but Theodore did. not,.find her, tai s'bi..so i' .tt1rB. .

of a 'portion of Marion 'and The eucalyptus, in fact, is j js now flourishing with a \.magnificent are'derived th ;.Fed ral Government I i keeping pace, with his constant advances -. fourt idetlifd'

JOB AND BOOK PRINTING Sumter' Counties from Jacksonville making the tour.of the world Already stand cotton-four acres-a'rul, of l ; and'are under:its'pfotectioDv I and:.he made, her feel it. nty.1)eetitteandtfif$ 'ihet 5& i1'

efforts being made to introduce in 'and ,I' .-that At'this time Mr.::BeecbCr tunntl ear.Fyiest C1tyftL4 t
belive it have been writ the other, one will be put cane It will be :conceded, think; appears ;
ESTABUSHUEXT.". Press, and to the tree Into Ceylon'as an ,antidote twain sweet pqUtoes.. The cotton State legislation-making in offence to who'isjfond:bfthe. society of women cobntyJv8oetunnel feetfronr.the"mod
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,-* *"r'.A A V '- ten by an esteemed clergyman, pt. jungle fever.. Unforturiely, it at,a l low estimate; ''will produce 'aoo refuse the enjoyment of hotel accommodation arid'd es'not like the"s6cety| of men with.800virtkal- ctt.ofjtiieijtaiBalo

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-; Gainesville.The -is" 'too' dedicate'. to stand English lbs. per' acretb; ."acre i in' cane will ,to.white personsand. permitting ---strongtharactcristicofmerrbrgen-: : : r eiit. Tbif.Velh C-:

portion described, similar in IpTI'g." produce 10 barrels'syrup, (more like -the exclusion_: all .other per Ins,_wht/1 are'' beguiled by** tbe\'keen man artince, in tbpistpct3; !

n. proprietor* arc prepared.to, ,.oecutc onlcrs fa r character to, and :no1>ettcrr,*.n' ,the Iris a matter of some taken wonder introduce that ly 15) and the two acres in sweet potatoes sons, .would be' repugnant to the: methods; daring-stibtletjr And rjytnp was fotfnd.in.what wuthc riDJh.. .bmk')
"i1 ': t: steps have not been to will produce 600 bushels. I amendment. I(w,cannct Congress thetic tendenciesTof-the-1 gentler se.i '.o'fthe' j r iYeiWh a _1 "
counties that Xr t H-*+ \ +
remainder of these two ; this tree of wonderful: virtues 'safe'in'thiS-fora- small portion',of interpose untn. some' *,unfriendly and A,woman tbd gifted foundiriMrsTilton : Rent ODrseS.oT In* STT* rftiRi ss-
jam ,
PLAIN OR ORNAMENTAL' ($I i.. J'l1NT1; ) G. bow so I long'have languished'and been extensively in Savannah., If it posseSses this very ,land.has produced at the discriminating jStaUL Jaw .is passed He paid..ber: retjaent>'and teirn4 How'fthtr&tnriesbavepsscdsi3c'sb(8'jt

: ,' ': kepi back'by the lnnt.or.. adequate the virtues attributed ta it, its rate of 700 bushels,per acre. How Must.confine. jts actioq to.correcting copardonable': aUc oDS- aDd ,she .

>d as BUSINESS CAR.DS and convenient transportation. Taken presence] here ,would be valuable. does the account. .stand: now. **' obnoxious)legislation,. and not re, adored him for he is comely.brilliant a0dfor: bow many if hH' .

has Besides it would.be additional 'ornament -."" strain individuals? Jri the case of and commanding. tnrbed ia Deeply cotcred gna ,. .!
VISITING CARDS. whole section '
together this .,to our streets and, public 3JO- rJ'.DIJ'..... l _Ji6s e McCulIach'agtl.the: State of MirlmdH Theodore was then in the habit, of .sogxcstifc sobjees,of ttadf nit"i

WEDDING CARDS/v Iii, superior jegono1eqtial t extent in squaresl4ch are -now the pride of too 600 lbs.fcusaelpooioc CO i xac.*_4":,.. ......-.,....,.<, ,. 110.96 ccTouJ 00' H AVh'eatbn,'"pp. 4--t37)f. >b.e' cons: boastiny of his conquests and infidelities jectnre. Other discoreri,tndicnUiay

BILL UZAPSE.. State the'.South gentleman citizens and the.admiration of : which- of" lalfenated The the existence of man in
the p{ our- .$30100'Less itnjittiori' billie grant of legislativepoierunder ; course : very.remotC;
LETTER.HJDi.I'OSTns who spent five months during the last strangers,.justly entitling us to theappclation.of.thc labor tad crop-_-.-_.. -_--- ---_ -.'ICD-GO; the' Constitution as i it esteem of his.wife,antl oftenembitter- ages have been made in vanoras sections -

aJ.Q11.AJtS.BlJU'S examination ofthe : Forrest Cii.).-Sawn- ., S Ncu -'iI'----t- -.t-' J4oar.o- stood before die recent amendmentswas ed berio.,rage. Now, women, and 'ofthtS'old"riter1 courseJan3 ln .
year in_a thorough .decided .like Mrs.. .Tilton are namber of fossillz r-pinr:1ogs|*
::1rWl. ? fully discussed and it was flighty'women1 1858
whole State, although expressing a -" Do. you_ thintl." .-: -.am. mt'an'end'nbw or ._____I rWt___5 kDear' tb t' ithin.ibe grant of'power often fond of boasting-of all.sorts of sevett5 feet long aM ibnr ftr'diimeie' *'"

decided'preference.for Marion county The body.of John :BlackfordihIfl' mistaken reaaer. i.ltnOWrlon. 'Congress for. p rposes'of: legislation attentions'they'get froin'mennd especially that hart becn'ne1ffyrueS \Utcft _

'p.utPHt.rn.. x--7. C. 1 'vJ I is'conarained to seek location els*, American ,:1d r.whowas Jost three da''and 'you do not. Winter peas will to it select any',proper .means from ,men,of ge ..' ,Well, up together/ were'Jfoon6 in,"the'AH"etgheny.

BLANKS, OF*. ALL" 'aUNDS.*j. t WbI,1Ot acme eighty or m r (aid4 yeats go in irying: to;\ ascend Mount follow'the1 cotton and theiownerteX'pecti ..and. New. of effectingtbe malt ,object;,in,:.view/r stid iLls probable.that when;Mrts,j Anthony : : Itinnel trader .btd-oftbef) ::1

tit, MfH... Blanc.!.without guides-Bisi said >f.A .to supply New)York : which might.be and othersr told,Mrs TiUonf &thglargnel1tieS : Old Bue! .I6Ytt. :, il.t' centtyf'quqd .
b app
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COLORED PRINTING AND GILT.WORL Hies;t/Hhe lack of sufficient iW to havc.ibecn jfoundii ark with,4o.bushels for- rftlD; at may adopt any __ :..
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M; ', TtH.E NE-W-SOUJ-H.4? ; WEEKLY. JAGKSONMLLE7WEDNESDAY c JUNE 23 (879.rry......

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;: THE NEW SOUTh- remain , 1j. cattle Is> inn in Dural at small
the a
The work on this building is hand from foreign governments, and LAD WORTU, DACE Co.,Fu.l np from the old roots though family arrangement abv c and 'ws

: tCMiitrnf JlADAMS rapidly progressing. the French Commissioners on inspection May 22,1875. $ and hogs had the run of the field. I county I With a finger In every important Inclinethe to think that tfe old
ug4. CAR RUTH & CO. or
.. b 4IKG. WaIC1ltDa. _: The Agricultural Building is located of the work already accomplished: express Editor' JV etJ1 SotdA- picked up on noticed that some'.rery fair cotton grew pie, who I the great mogul around present Executive Conmittee

r J. S EDITOR.- a little to the north of tho horticultural great satisfaction. The English the ocean beach the other day, the fragments I in some spots of good land, springicgup whom lesser lights must revolve f Look mac il anything, t do with the b

4 'i .'-:",-='. -."---ADAMS.--. --.- hall and consists of a long nave ot hall Commissioners, are probably the city ajjoard broken in two by the from these old roots. I formed the too, I you please, at Dennis, in Alachna cation. The fund raised by the
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: : TO CORRESPONDENTS OTHERS. 820 feet in length and 120 feet in width, ere this and have already made applications wares, on.which when put together I idea that i:the ratoon had been cultira-, county. Although it only takes two mittectainment were largely! r used J Jmtfe e.

: :3. licmt.f Lbcal iotcrcM: aft solicited from.H parts of Ox with a height of 75 feet from the floorto 'for' double the space originally fonnd thii'' notice, evidently hastily ted in the same way'and with the same yards of linen to make him a pair of of the speakers from til

p ..' State interest,Alto apcci&Iljr communication: educations*om social ubjecu and ofeenenl tndustnslt the top of the arch. This long hall is asked.. brushed, .on? with red lead and by the,action care, given ,usually to cotton planted par.U, he runs Stearns and .control a The Secretary .Mr.Walton. arl

: ., 'j : ",-.". topto.vCorrmpofulenis bridal Ux facts and drcumitsnoes should mik win their permit.letters M' crossed by three cross-halls or transepts, Active local committees are already of the waves and sand- rendered from the seed, a fair crop could be made the Ipplntaent in that county. satisfactorily .respond toEDaSouTir. e I_

. .... ..r b.cotepondeuta.Rccted W. M*mat twpmsiblt; for opinions manuscripts expressed CM: by neither our the central one of the same height, being e engaged' 'insuring comfortable quarters scarcely legible, viz: from the rtoon.'Accrdinglr h.Jtrmed more offices than any [ .. .i..

t t v-'lie rmturaodaoryrc.esd. 'Anonymous contribution l 100 feet' in breadth and the two for the, immense' throng' expected f 1 March 7, 1870S I took a .sharp grabbing other man In; the State.' And yet Dennis ;

..; ...,- ;'tP.:_. ". -will not- be noticed.- cross-halls being 70 feet wide 'and 70 and: in. providIng' reasonable, terms of Schooner Ella L.Trefetbcn,foundered hoe and cut the.old stalks of>my cotton cannot control fifty votes in Alacbua. ,,1 v Death of Bcn B. An
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: ,. ". <' The CentenniaL feet high. All these halls'are constructed transportation. The applications ,for at,sea. | W.:S..BEERS, Captain down even with the cotton beds. As don't believe in black man's par nor Mr..B.B. Adrews die suddenly fa

; ll!Jt 'OF THE WOBK ALREADY DONB.I of Howe'arch.tntsses of the Gothic space already exceed all the anticipations As it may be: the only record, of the soon as the old,stubs showed eiga of I in a white man's'party, ba I thi Andrew Monday morning last,*
was
well
,. ; United States.Centennial style. The courts between,the main and of the officials'and'the' progress ofthe fate6f! thejressel/! and her crew,and perhapSthelr 'I budding out, ,I, worked the .dir avayfrom i in fair play. As the colored ''people throughout the State ,as b n
,. L1erecentmeet1ngotthe be a
riends
: cross-halls as well as the space at the work, the rapidly growing, interestat may waiting; anxiously the stalks, leaving thenxaboni re r, for about.ninety-fire per cent' of U and pleasant person, and Ie;aia1
, Commission
wjw, on many! four,corners of the whole, will be,in home and abroad,'with,the constantly l to 1 ;ar concerning them j!it would or ''four' inches out ofthe ground. I'' Republican party of the State, ft would circle o acquaintances both in !
1. interesting '
.accounts, the most Important and would of his
b well if tber copytbisitem Little
: 'one that: has o\.er'o'culTed. i closed and roofed in and altogether,will I increasing applications? for space,all betoken : I b1y papers the of brave this 'way I left 'one-harthe patch1 to, seem but fair to give them a_fair bowing o f his proflsior.p but we is gather known bm

form 820 feet and an, unhoped for for theN prot 'last'e1o from the ratoon planted the C l to their abilities. By ,
; I. t I'' The mostlrnportant work of selecting ,a parallelogram long I success men to le the world know their fate. grow according facts in regard t.his le'Which,may mt
II width and will Exposition of 1876. other half with cotton seed. When the I denying them a in the ,
I 'the,-officers of the Commission for 40 feet in cover a space from Jacksonville I representatv prove uninteresting 1 those.who harr,
theo f ten acres having near it enclosed, 'Nothing can exceed the warmth. and xOn !my return ; cotton seed began to come upI had to Cabinet 1 Gibba' place Stear has I known him. '
.1 Arorking year; preceding the opening fi brought"i ith 'large number of He was born in
a
me '
yards for the exhibition of all kinds of cordiality\ : the, greeting, that will be begin,to the ratoon,cotton by breaking committed an outrage upon them which CbrtlahdComrtT.Ifev
tin
'the Exposition to be done and York about the
4. was as range">< JS together,with some,,apple, year 1837, Ms fc&r
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extended alike 'section of off shoots which had I believe Bloxhani would hare
1 of stock, poultry &c. to every ourcommon a, part of the even not I ing a Methodist minister b
tho success or failure the Exposition peach, fig and other trees and shrubs, In the
I. { The',main Exhibition Building is a. .cottntl'}' and, the effect of the began to,come,up very thick, and look* done underMhe 'circumstances. And 1861 be
: :must of necessity depend' largely uponjtb'e : from Bar ie'8 Nursery in Jacksonville, jQlnedte,2egtDtoXe.
,. ; ; huge structure. extending in the form, 'of Centennial l in reviving and strengthening i ing very promising grew'veryfast. yet with ibis'outrage fresh in,the, minds I York y
competency and of these
I
j all wiich well of
>--.a.:: energy of are doing this and
many regiment
I .- ,.: .officers, the !importance' of a proper. a patallclugia'tu 1000 feckcast and Treat the general and'common patriotic them not the leaves. Also By the time the seed cotton began t putout of the colored people,1Jckj the politico- 157th HIST joined !11"182 tit

... election becomes apparent., 4C4 teet north and south, and will 't be) regard for our'own home-land will more thousand even wilting trees from Indian Coris. the ratoon cotton had bIos. religious arobat, ,smarting! from' !the I the regiment regiment.was of )ifldUo witi'
over a
I It was an honorable testimonial to the composed almost entirely, of iron and t than compensate'for f all the cost in urrcd. orange SOC on or about the first of: :May. I I strictures'of my first letter,takes refuge!n returning home be was atod
River and several hundred banana shortly
:1 capacity and.fidelity of the officers .that glass: and'wiII.Overa, area of nearly As yet little, except from the efforts; plants.. With few exceptions all I gave the same attention but one hoeingless his. editorial columns by assuming tberole I war.married. In the year, au he

'hive heretofore(acted for the CommissIon t .enty.two acres._,Of this main building of that ,ncblo woman Mrs. Long, has I are flourishing very snd'out oftwo'thousand I l than is usually given ,to 'the cotton I of a'colored an as correspondent cme United to this Stat, and fof a time acted

: that, with the exception ,of slight;, the excavation and drainage,,are all I been done in this'Stat, ",. but our, peopleare t trees and down, that from the,seed. Picking from the rat from Marion, county !, Too thin! for a has Stte DitricAtorey& He
plants brought trip,
: change in the personellc of the Executive : completed :and enough of the iron superstructure awakening; The. Executive Committee I do not think l will lose Are. oons began in July, the bolls on them being every colored man of any note_ in that or four years i t p'n
elgagd te
.. : Commltte, ,,nil the principal? i officers is erected to give:one a 'very of the State Fruit Growers' Ass> Settlers i in and the l much larger than on the seed cotton, county I is known to be hostile to'Stearnsand I his profession. pcie& r
good idea of the magnificent effect! that elation are !moving and i it is to be t are coming country A meeting of the bar of
hoped
.i of provfouj: .ea'er re:elect d.9 ,. tI is before 8 much so that the difference Cum be fellows of his kidney. Hicks s t I held Feidia
*: ) Improving: rapidly.! Probably was on Monday and it
b :',.Geri, tawleywasre-eeetedrresIdeiit) will be produced by the completed' that so good'an opportunity to do a good I this reaches you the people on the distinguished to the very last row._ 1 i: up the well-known cry of the old' Ring ed to attend h funeral in a r8l.

r jnd requested' : to take up his residence building.The work for Florida will not bo allowed togo was asked by 'many persons ''what ]I[ of a "blackparty." There used to be C committee wa appointed
l lake,will have taken hold and rendered I t dr 1i
.. in..Philadelphia :and giro. his whole time -main portion of the building of unused. inland communication had done to the 'cotton on one-half the, some virtue in that cry, bat it- has been I ble resolutions. The a

I .. : one story baring the external cornice,45 navigable an water used much that its thin of disguise yet reported and the resolutions will
so coat
.. to,the work of tho Commission, by a Indian River. A little patch to make it look so different. When ip-
So. with
: ,Exactly very pear next week.-Fernandina O
feet from the base and internal acrrer_
Unanimous.'vote and consented so to do. an height sub-marine is 'needed to I told them, many wondered what, the has been worn through until, nowthi
: A Jacksonville of the : blasting give
of 70 feet with towers each of the correspondent ) 1 -
,
: i wjrhirty-three of the States and Terri- .upon inlet result would be. spurious compound plainly' seen.
d Fernandina Observer remarks follows us permanent and good harbor 1 GAUGE COUNTT.CASTOB .
::4 ries.wereiepsented, and a number four corners 75 feet in height and then ;; The result was that the'ratoon cotton Another wornout trick of the "Old I IGuard"
; buildIng The NEW SOTJTII now and then fires a for crafts drawing less than niqe fee'f'of I BEAX* ...
the central portion of the inner
: of them by both Commissioner and alternate on random shot but with blank and the came off oii' month sooner than the is to get the colored, men to From a gentleman A, OWG&1E
charge. water one understanding
.4. : and in tbe main, a rery unusual] I which is higher than the rest, ,are I Perhaps so. On the other hand, we modus'operand any} ytlll) bear 'of a job by other, the picking being ,begun and I fighting each other through petty plt-! ed in the cultivation of tb' engg-

I of the four other towers, one at each corner caljealousies. Too old Mr. i its kindred fruits we .
: unanimity feeling pervaded ,meeting observe that our convertible cotcmpo- finished one month sooner. The .dir ; t following;
writing to me. Any information concerning -
48 feet and to be carried 120 The castor bean is of the
one best
L : and characterized all its proceedings. square up ference between the ratoon and the played out before you saw Dade coonty. eC
rary habitually fires bhnk shots with I the and will be fertilizers. 1 know it isa
process expense !
i .. A feeling of growing interest in th* feet. seed the The only trick that will,win hereafter i ,lonway
that
< reryrandom, charges thankfully'received. cotton was, ratoon'cotton i ahead of cotton seed. It cotton,for fertilizing
4 success of this'great National l and International The arrangement of the ground plan '_ very was similar to the best grade'of short even.h3Dde fair play, and a true regard: I is worth 15 cents

: Exhibition was manifested from provides for a central or main avenue Our St, Augustine Letter. There are many' people on Indian staple cotton, being much shorter than for the interests of good government; then castor beans are worth pr cent busel.or
120 feet wide and extending 1832 feet in River who seem to make"i it their' special I the same is also'
: of the whole Union and I in which cause have draw very
e\"crlaection my pur.It
a the seed cotton white and harder trustytomahawk. r n
very ,
will
Our readers recognize in St.. business to fnl l
our
outrageously as a
l length and on each side of this main luisrepresent toyoung trees
constantly deepening to I MODOC CHIEF.St .
impression: AS to gin I Ins. foot, gin. The patch made i %hen ia
ally set form
avenue will be parallel naves' or halls I Augustine letter, the band-marks of an this most beautiful and healthy country; ont grove ; whet
the and the and ,
scope. : significance magnitude about used for this the
twenty-five more pounds of clean beans should
of the 100.feet in..width and likewise extending old and 'rained, correspondent of the, but fortunately! people.are not simple Augustine. be planted pdr3 feet S
Exposition was, continually? than in the
cotton before, but did
more,and 1832 feet.while between the central and i' Republican and NEW SOUTH. The more enough to be' turned back, without see year Editor ,New South :Capt. 'Pratt, in tee; this furnishes shade sut.otw
i i more apparent. te
I: : :Tlie fact that nearly civilized l lateral avenues' will be other aisles 48' frequent. his )letters may be !the, ,mOre u lug for ,themselves and those whoopee, not,command a high a price. Although charge or the Indian prisoners now con ree and th5alling.leaves act a yog:

.; every I will bo welcome. If is without locate the same price prevailed in the cotton ching tcr ke p the ground cool. Should
they as here. .
reported, exception,
I. nation.n the world hasindicated its intention and 24: feet in width. The foundations I almost fined in old Fort :Marion ,at St. Angus
market in the the the bean row too laree it be
; as previous can cutaway
e 'and desire, to participate in the are laid in 'very heavy masonry and the he orange trees are suffering, from the There i much 'valuable land, here yet ratoon cotton did not do as well year owing, tithe D tine, is doing everything in his power to and ine stem and leaves act a afertilizer -

Exposition: ,, that from many of these ap superstructure: will be of wrought iron I i insect,' Mr.'A. can do no better'service suuject'to homestead entry and considerable diver their minds from a sense of their ,as it decays'rery rapidly; the
.1 short 'and the
?! : plicat.ionsha.'f' been made for increased columns, .on which, will,rest the iron trusses to the State, than ,to write'a series'of, can be purchased cheaply by a staple being ratoon tedious confinement,* and thus secure beans ar* used in the milk: state, sad
the u articles embodying his:knowledge' and I tual settlers. Speculators in land are and seed cotton being put together. : should be bandied a any other vegetable
for roof. These iron columns I them .
I space that most of the Stales bare from a condition of unrest and dig beans
appointed fertilizer matured
their own Boards of Commissioners will weigh 2,200,000 pounds and the,, opinions upon the subject. not wanted., I will be happy,to answer My.opmlon from iny own experience quietude, and whose efforts are nobly crushed J the a kind of meal, before should b
is that
; ..,. 'I to' watch o'Tcr'their own pecu. girders and, ,roof-trusses will weigh I IOSOOOOOO aU letters of inquiry concerning sec long staple' cotton will'if'ratoone and humanely seconded by Col. Hamilton i ing as this gives the tree the immediate us
Sat rd Y'8.StbTlfl in Tallahassee. for three or four years, become '
liar Interests'( 'and pounds. tion from persons really wishing to locate in command of the Barracks benefit of theappUcation.BouM..FZoriia -
that many have made very poor cotton and,will in fact become Military -: .
.
It generous appropriations, ,to secure credi: Seven feet of the side walls,will be I We are informed by Mr., Kennedy, in Florida. To one or two good short staple and only sell'for short staple at' this 'place. 'On, Saturday last,. c Journal':>

I table 0" representation, all combined with built of brick, and above' this, will be master mechanic of the J., P.,&:M. Railroad men and.their wives I would, gire' constant cotton.. 'Yours,, &c. the 5th inst., a party of forty,Indians under A portion'of the freight of the Montgomery

I. tile catholic and patriotic feeling which I composed of glass and iron, the roof to'I that the brisk thunder shower of I employment 'and help'tbem to SAMUE SPEARING. a guard of tour soldiers, were taken thousand on'wsfermelobs er.Iast trip, and was it thirteen'..Dt.a'gO .

;. be covered with tin. Side-lights will be Saturday here was 'a 'very sharp rain make good comfortable homes. When on board of one of the harbor plt
4 cropped out everywhere, in all that was I ureacht. 'day f or ;
.. : -- BJUU:>UU,uuur, >u ueepeu' anu sirengincn ---f X_"_Al ___ .,. ..txtlo. "ud, J.alI..athrnL._accomnaniEd. .witua this most 'beautiful,,. country becomes. ''Another Letter from Modoc Chief. andtreated to a short. sail- lf.'eiLer n1ae'tok

I. the general, interest. light for the interior will be furnished bky.ligbts P I heavy gale, causing a storm as' severe known and easy of access, i win become' TO E COMB1TDEHPENS- G ENKRA COVER-i rsion'down o't ebea- b,' -taTnr"I'wh tone, tim(was eight

S >: : ''.Wjbile,'as remarked, many States reported s over the isles. Good views of I as that of September. last in Tallahassee the most popular.winter resort i in Florida HAULING-THE CLOSE CORPORATION- ] some four or five miles distant, where l Obc.

:, the whole of the interior will be obtained I Much damage was done in different as here will be ,found_ the greatest SYSTEM LAID BARE-AN INVITATION TO all '
I active and systematic! action and I I BACK SEATS-TICKETS THAT WILL NO they enjoyed a fine bath in the surf, .

t ,.1 liberal appropriations! there 'were quite from balconies on the towers. The iron I parts: of the county and the large buildIng variety of fruits, the most :even and LONGER WIN. and afterwards they engaged juan exciting FURNITUREFURNITURE ;

E and'glass for this building are'now on l in process of construction for the healthy climate- the, best fishing and
number from which little! ,except good Editor New South:-The fearful shak: foot race upon the beach fur a prizeof "
the ground, and October 1st is fixed for new Railroad, (hops was completely hunting, the best chance for 'surf,and WAREROOMSl
1 intentions could,be truthfully( ) representejl ing of political dry'bones must b takenas one dollar to be given to the swiftest
the completion of this, building. The prostrated. still water'bathing, and mineral water '
t : :!\: ; and among them was Florida, fromw.bich I .1 proof that somebody was 'harted'by runner. The prize was won bya Cam- __
different States and both iron and health
countries sulphur/in most
i: A. no appropriation andHti'Ie, action exhibiting Hon. Dennis my first letter. I am only a sentinel i anche Chief,and it i is said of,this tribe',
will be located, Eagan combinations known the
::4. eicetthe. appointment of a State Board geographically in sections producing to on picket duty, and i the leaders and that they always excel in all, sports ol
1 running across the building' from I Our worthy Commissioner of Land and,I i, materia rntdica, also lime water and puresof DAVIS' ,&: DREW.
; and! ,such,action as,has. been had underthe henchmen of the close'corporation system 'r agility. ,Afterwards,Col. Hamilton, :attempted .
'
north to south. Immigration, Hon. Dennis,Eagan, a water springs.. There fine cattle /
spent are
3: .. efficient lead of ilrs, Long, could be in stand picket firing with instruments ,and otherwise
The Art Gallery or Memorial Hall i io is day in the city last. week on his return (jm ranges convenient to the I lake and,the p1itics'CAnnot
3 .... r porte&t when the main to instruct them in a knowledge
be built of iron and New, Oceans. Mr: Eagan brings upon: the finest tobacco and rice in ,
I During the session, a., recess was, granite glass whule favorable sugar lads army moves on their camps in 187<>P I: of the rise and fall of the tides ,in the PARLOR SUIT. CHAMBER SUITS.
of
ii and to have, no wood used in' its construction a report political matters in I the,world. ; while the convenience, ac y '
taken the hand
:to allow the Commission to male, Louisiana aol that the writing on tbe'poltical! wall I ocean. The whole party seemed de ,. 1'1'f
there
being intended to be entirelyfireproof. says Republicans to inexhaustible of the best, '
cess deposits i ,
,
,
I a'personal inspection of the park and the arc well satisfied with the Wheeler appears ominous, they bad better strike lighted with their pleasant and instrutive .
It will be located to the northof com promise of fertilizers render the lands in
1 j work ,already 'accomplished, and all I ; : I u the best thing that, under-: ; ''circum. poorest their colors and run up the white flag excursion, and it is now the intention of MOSQUITO;BR. ,FIXTURESDAVIS ,

I seemed: profoundly! impressed" with a ftheMain-BuIldinindon, a lino with; stances could have been done: If peace prevails this section of country very valuable for Discretion is the better part of valor, Capt. Pratt t give a similar, excursionto :
i t. 'The walls are nearly completed andthe the production of oranges, l lemons,limes I. -
: S npw and quirk.appreciation of the they you know.' But present and past spoils of the some .
in scopeaTi4'ootnprepcnsircncss say they can asiy 'carry the Stateas teremainder party '. -TT
magnificent! ,dome by, which, it is to citrons, grape-fruit, grapes, figs, pine ,
: ot,ike prepara. the Republicans are in large majority.Mr have hardened their hearts; they are thirty or,more Indians; at an early day & DREW c...

"' tjuns: !already, ) advanced.VeVg'f .. be surmounted is now being put in place.. Eagan'i' report Vill commind attention and apples,'cocoanut' sweet potatoes' small[1 joined to their idols and wi not heed. the coming'' week. He has also under Parlot Sits. ,/'' I Si- ; .cbaab s. ,

# : 1\ rUln.-flp.
o1tlILS4t4wi11\ fast c: <'h- the patriotic: i erected. by the'State and! ,city and i is and a jud clous'and'snsible mart. they may be plenty some of 'the grave-yard, has been a: success;'and a Slumber a school among? them for the purpose of Suits EAYiAND LAURA.STREETS;' Ck'Soilf.
., i intended to be permanent.ItIs 365 feet time during the summer, but for the,lasttwo ParlorSuits.
1 : cooUgipn \twitli which,the national atm 1:,. can bo had almost for the asking, general Instruction &c. 1 understand( ':.J.uzsn. 1'.. 5 nsEXAMINE
in I length and 210 feet in Wdth| baring weeks I hare not .seen' half a, ; 'seems to be 'rife and that I Transportation to the County Fair., !they are sure 'of a decent Wial with, it has been further intimated, that Capt. ;f! ,'( ..
a basementrof 12 feet and a height of 59) zen, and with netting at the doors and Jif1
1 many of our citizens will soon be anxious The arrangement for,transportation to ready mourners.If Hitchcocks of the Surrey Steamer '. ',-
feet with"a dome ,0(150'eet in height. windows around the beds"one need not Cast :
r l to take a part in Exposition\ in Fair there is that lies close "Endeavor has d the
an I i our County are now as we under; anything to the,use or e LARGE STOCK.
A suffer from OyR
very largo working force 'employed d them at any time \
.4 wtecjj the honor of'the vhole nation, stand completed, and passengers, goods Stearns' heart besides the,gubernatorial steamer ,under his command to', Capt. '
day and night,'and the building will ,be Such a thing : ague and bilious
; sgsStt t'the'rest or the world, is now and stock will be transported over tho a chair and a prospective, sent in the Pratt, to take the:whole party in a body IOn ': -r ,
completed by September 1st. The: halls fever are unknown here. ': -.f.- "
.t evidently involved., In ,order to favor J., P. &: :M., and the A. G. 'V.'I. T. SmaI gains United States Senate, ,it is a subsided a short excursion out'to ,sea, and I '
corridors and galleries, will together wn at the right season, I :- ,' 'J.n "
I .. thjs! ire )bare twice, i published the regulations Co's Railroad: as well as on the Charles, press; one at each'nd of road, thus further astonish and ,instruct them 101 .". 101
give some 73 oo feet for the exhibition do quite and will I .
I square corn certainly .
I governing the, applications for ton and Brock's steamers, to 'and from, el grinding out different same by permitting them 'to' see the, "'big 101 '. *,W1
of pictures and works of ar .. upon our lands though other-crops tunes.athe 101 10)
.
t '. spceIn i the Exposition and hope that for fare one way. By their habitual time. These organs ] heap" water in,the open ocean 101., 101.0 H .
Machinery hall is located. on. a;,line are so much more than grain wit.wel 101 IrSL' I- IO1'lOL ,
th!., t&tu press. will,copy them eaten courtesy and public spirit! in'' promoling pro'fitble I trained grinders give a beautul A Century Plant in Mr. Atwood'sgarden .] ; .; .': 101 ." "
Main
with the Building to the west In of ; cn- '
the .
that it
part ; Fu
sively. whatever to I country I ception of political The in this has thrown let: 101IOt' .'
: appertains, our' local any success.. only; city, tip :a 101 ,. : J
prosperity i
and only 592 feet removed from'' it. Ifis t; would policy spend time,, l i .- t' T
i 'To further the-samaena, and to gire' 1402 feet long and SCO feet wide. The ; ,, the liberal managers of 'these labora nd land cereals.t The rich thing which mars the picture is the flagrant shoot forty Jeet in heigl and Is ,beginning 101 101' .. .'111 ..
upon 10
1 some idea'of the magnitude ofthe, undertaking : I lines: of transportation have laid, bur inconsistency forced'upon the head- ,to expand its stems preparatory 101 t l*..f> "
two buildings trill together present a man can hero find most profitable investments I. : 101 '-s' '.101 .
j we to,endeavor citizens center or subsidizer by the different tunes _
propose to under heavy obligations, which to coming into full bloom.
1 front from cast to west, along one of and the most solid enjoyments ctatoloIop&D010101014l0laooncoooooooaoooooooolOl ,
I :i give! 'our readers a conceptiorr of the the should yer.bo..borne in mind. of the two principal l organs, While hi Sborne' ,ST.JOHNS... {
q principsvenues Of'the Park, of for his the man the surest -
: !money, poor
work done and'In contemplation, that organ sings good orthodox tunes I lOloo DAVIS&Duw.oolOllOlOlocnxxvoaoooooooooaaolOl
-p. .. I -- U' 3,824 feet and.our readers can judge of and.earliest road wealth, and the invalid l ; his this The Proceedings of the :.Florida .tGrowers' [ .
I & may"s5nfiaf 1tuccessfu11y'carr1e( '1 Senator Conover. grinder at end shows strong 101 lOloooo i"nmrnj oooolOl
the magnificent effect that: will thus bo the .sorest and road to Association ;
speediest lOIaooaaoanaoooooooooooolOl
ol t the scale the, Senator Conover' in the proclivities to wander off 101
Urn proposed, Exposition : was city for a strange .
will produced., The whole area covered, l by heath, as thousands, can ,te ify., What gods While the'one ae-r Editor ,New South :-1 called at: the 10 lOIODO WAUJIOV3& lot .
the '
be last
I one of which every citizen i day during week and seemed 'lpoint with 10)C"D101

I of. the country will i (bo Pn>u ., machinery hall and the engine-room attached in good health and spirits. :lie: speaks more can man want, than thi part,of pride the other derides, Of course agency in i qty, for a ,copy 'of,the "lQl 101 lot. _t. DotOl010101._-'

is about 12 acres, and this with Florida offers, and with the last terrible the is above pamphlet, and was tojd J Uja theywere 101 101 101 .. ,
a 'Th.J grounds ,devoted to jLo Exposi encouragingly of,,tho'geuenl, political I ting a blind; but,then person- 10} 101 101- } } -
the floor will 14 of winter at the North fresh : mind sold .
give acres in who to members ot the
uppet Association 101 101 101 II
4 tion comprise all l the needed territory in situation and:'very hopefully ofthe more especially, a Governor-ought 101 .
I pros
? the: midst'of Falrmonrit Park, a tract of floor-room., The interior height of the pect";In;;'Florida; 'P rof, eq: 'the",proper can doubt the rapid influx of population Itt square" you know, !Jp order :t t 0 and others, at twentv-five cents .a copy.J ,_101 101 101 'Pl 101 m
main: avenues is 70 feet and of the aisles Iho'1 this coming fall and Winter.M. :i: had intended to bare, :ioi'twepty In
buwu1Iy1A1c4: surface, containing course is taken In' impending cam I. confid"nc and win, procured IM
40 feet. The ground plan, shows two) C. DWJGHT. to friends .
copies but
send.tq ,
is til
some .three ,thousand acres just in the paign. With united and harmonious I a pity that some men will persist (01' '
'
main avenues' of 90 feet wide extending We find, on' ,Inquiry at the CustomHouse j in concluded_that | could pot afford ,to do ,
thinks '
on}>krts of the city p(Philadelphia and action he !the Slate will go<< ,Republican sacrificing a brilliant future fqgv f a -.101 o

extending on both sides .of tho Schuyl- 1360 leet with a central aisle: between but otherwise, not. With a full; that the Schooner Ella L. Trefe- present mess of pottg (Steams ha so at such, a price. I 'purchased one : ;: ; ,>_,.1 ;":; r( ,

.
-- and one on'each side of 70 fee in width. hen is vessel of 81.35 and I notice in the -
tonnage, hailing copy, 'proceedings
thrown .
kUjflIterthge having,the advantage of Convention, free discussion of men ,and away an opportpnltr which no .,"' -
'
The (foundations of from Portland 'M lne. letter that J. S. Adams offered
heavy This
natural water,. encry to a .greater de- masonry measures, with a fair nomination anda may other man in the State_ a bad, except) following' THE FINEST'AND'EESTSELEPT'ED

gre tbaiCany: other park in the world and the superstructure of solid ti nbercolumps" fixed pre-dcterrnination to give the convey the first sad intelligence Jo those Jenkir With four years training i I 13SpeakcrifLhe'Assembly resolution'whIch was adopted: IN THE, SOUTH.

supporting the roof-trusses. who are watching for her Ecsolved, That the Secretary and the ,"
Sfnc ,
: the'adoption of the'na1 plans Ifthe whole strength of the party to the ticket ani wAitpg and bis early '
The outer walls to height of 5 feet are retarn._Ep.'NEw Executive Committee be directed: to
;
t> ttHdlng: the nominated ( participation in the, formation of .
utmost energy has i, a Republican triumph I is the arrange for the publication the ,' .
that of pro* .3 ;; '
of ,1
I bn'jiseJto rub on g ''work.and the. masonry above, glass. Eight certain. Private quarrcWnust be set RatoonCott'on. party in. thi State, he should to-day, ce dings of this Cnvnto and to usa Parlor RICH," PLAIN- : 0, ; .
lines
to1lo..t g.1 .,,: ,show.the""ptogre I l of shafting, for motive power, Iextendthe.wboleiength tled before,or in:the Convention be says;, possess confidence> and affection ef the funds raised Cmmitee for SUi.. ,
Pat C.
of the building, Editor New If the 'i f'' I -
South Ilaving noticed suf .
.e1kK$ "tq J CoD1Die.Ioit ,lilt their or success! need not expected., :- the leading -.Republlcans, white and t parse Sut. chriibu
.
i-k on this building is proceeding in pay for as many.as they think] SUBSTANTIAL .
your few since
article I-
a days 'an .
c ,IiI, : colored But his self-lore blind Suits.Parlor
,
'
< pa.pr .
great are required they authorized
are
to _
-- en
;.rapidly and it will probably be oomplcteJ Workings of frost noticed in Cotton hadsome o
are the on apd
'having
ambition '
.JbeJaf-eUlt ofoor.\cltjzena and his tender regard for the large the ,edition and charge the Suits.. JNJL.i: "':
,
wHipro
: In September next.i telegraphic dispatches as follows: Juno experience in this direction' I am "old hare C' .
t guard1'' to be 'H
proved price.
., "JItl paramount ;lYt;
; \strorigly nbo t other: i i The area covered by these five, build% L. 14, Orange county, New York, severe led believe, that perhaps my ,experience the Now Mr. Editor do ,
buMhIa\.devo&44'tb;:: bLlrucnlturt1 ': : ". -. ." t to 'unity, efficiency and sa you think it,"cost ., ,;.: '':
aDd tags'14 follow iiltJ
toft : )
frosts on'th low lands and in, the valleys l may'not be without Interest andthat .
i a1fcr1c'a1lnral.purposes.ana: these are two I MAJ.BtlIL na--_ .............._I1..7atr..* cess of his party., With a cabal even twe tl.fivo cents, copy_ jn addition! t We are prepared to offer our stock at&
11: .3, In'n jnbcr. .- An Oaflsry-.,....,._ a.} all along the Erie Railroad, and a my own judgment thereupon maybe more, .unscrupulous than that of King the funds on hand for that or
Machinery Uu ldioe _.... ..._ ... 'purpse. ',
; The' Horticultural UuUg." .'..,.?.-.....i4.1.5' heavy frost ,at Wilkesbarrc ,as also 'In 1 of sor'&l r1' Charles,'he has revived, and even hath'at sum to'' p'oblsh pr remak1Iow prce
: Cvnseprfttory or Horticultural, Acriculuml JJ&&ldaa&-._ _10 IS.'I Bingbampton. Thin Ice In strengtened 'le 'jT.'rjDAVIS) ,
formed
at the.first place,,some years since, 1 that system! of close political ceedings of the Association: A: ( ,- .
I : ;Hall i383 feet in length and 193 feet to ) &otaI ( .... .__ Windsor.In planted in coia- :- :
.Lakhig a 48.6a .crts. oJe- atf acre, long staple cot tion which has long .mine. tink his olfactories;'detect the :
I width, and is built after: style of architecture We have thus endeavored to give New England the s dLtrt .te U1
i J same date I, ton,and, ..made from .it 250 pounds e of Republicans of Florida! endangered odoriferous 'exhalations of:an' exaggerated '

prevalenlloLbe twelAJi century. our readers some idea of the vastness of henry frost was. reported at Pittsfield glune4 cotton, which was ginned! on a their future success. Showing a sublime rodent In the tranfaction Will & D IR.1E'VJ

j 1 It Js placed upon '* commanding location the plans and the progress. of the work.: and near Hartford. The central portionof foot gin but the last .February. of contempt for every leading colored the gentlemen of the Committee rise and >1Y U. UA. 4Jt.!

.. which gives an' excellent rlevrofthe No one la Philadelphia has a'doabtha' Michiganwas visited by frost at the the next year., My attention was drw man, and most 'of the member-otthe upla P ,,-. ;MEMBER.. .f, : -' -s DL1. :IN -rr ?", ,
SebcylkiU'rirer and'1s to be eon all the work will' be' well done and Ii riseason same date. to this matter'of ratoon' cotton, In. this 'has made : : > -
Assembly, only such 'appointments' t We publish the above as coming.from All kinds of FURNITURE CARPETS, .
I trocted Calmest entirely etSron I and and vast as are the preparation I ,New York 'June 17.The official discharge )'I '
old
field
way; of i
,
suited
,. h a ytSrypoorland as his few tools iir U of the and ,
one most
.. intelligent respectedmembers IIATEWIUTPINE
; K a.M? This building it crectedby the none too mach 'is &:fat- of TOdand tr' .
space provided Albany J lastnight. had fJln '
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NEWS. The Literary and .. .. --- '
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CITY .- F. I.Melons:, -:' ,' i' i eiaoj '' : STEAMERSHA'RLESTPN / ; .- LKo L. S
ment Thursday evening.Ve ; f THEr: LEMPIRE" ;J I OROCEXIK8 AND ..00000JONSrt.'f ._ ,

: Hoi, foe.the'Bar1.* : /. ./ \ doVqt remember' to have ever attended Nine boat loads of melons were moored atthe W' > : _:, -te.-.- -5- '- -:-; '

in this city market at one.'time yesterday morning*. ;'! : PIANO. C ;AND FLORIDA CLARK, :" "- f ASiGNEESSALETO DE.'LEtiJNBOOKSANqBWt1fQSK "
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more
Thursday, (tomorrow) the, steamer agreeable entertainmentthan The melon belic have JOHN ', : -:1: ,. '.
On that given at" days come at last. We have been the "EMPIRE" Piano for STEAM PACKET CO. .
will nm.kein extra trip to the : : MetroJpcJitan Hall on selling For sixty day from this data. I will eAr *l prUvate .
cflrtr Spri : ; Thursday I. the past few yean In aU parts of the United States,and I TpRWARDINOCOMMISSION' sale,the large and well selected stvck of Bo kv
; .She will leave Faircbild'.-wharf evening ofjasl weetc'under the auspices to the entire satisfaction of all purchasers.. The ease .- Stationery,Chromo, Gold Pens.Glass -s MuaSdtnf
id-shore and for the benefit of the Florida PIANOS AND. ORGANS-CASH PRICES EASY ons for this are very simple : u. orraoutin< .etc.1a.beions nfrM tM (rat
Assoa.llon. .
n>. TERMS. S U Math.,&. HMkrwaTAbo. '.
tfCt
o'clock a. : OF SCHEDULE. >*4.
all FIRST
The Association is CHANGE laid of the
organized j the valuable lease premises tattlv
for FROM MERCHANT
be
25 to f 100 can saved In the :.ofa .
Foundry., mutual improvement They are DURABLE}' this:Is'the LOST.ESSENTIAL 'THE&TEAMER occupied by said firm having 8H yeartto iwn.sftoaleon
The literary' matters, and Piano or Organ under new system of selling at quality. DICATR. the North side of Bay street between Fbi KM*

frank Pond has his foundry about ready to with the ultimate purpose of providing a free CASH: PRICES with EASY TERMS for payment 'SECOND :. CfA.o,VOEL' .. <. _;' \. .IID, DZALI, 1ft.. '' Laura streets,Jacksonville IasIa.wdth.'Flotrk& The n.V Sson shapedWars Ik aiiofretIadepthawtss4
Pianos have before been sold such favorable Win leave .and Sav-
casting We observe quite num- public library for the city, and thus by its never --on > They are MAGNIFICANT IN TORE: rich. full, nnah every Wednesday,for Fernandina. ROCER1E PROVISIONS. :r. GRAIN. Room nn*the satire length olllM Store bavinf
tommcnce terms In the South. and for their beautifulsinglng and Intermediate landingvRETURNING JaY an avenge width of sU fceU la* Store 1 Is IccaMry
flasks on ,tbe floor ready to ,receive aims and objects,' commends itself to all ay.ace Paat HAY SEGARS:: a Ittedand&ralshedforthc pirposx forwhica has
of FINE
tier PIANOS at*27$ $300 Jjas,.and Ijso fully qt. -THIRD.'i<. : ..' bees-.d- -: -
ctaL' JL- '. thoughtful people. The entertainment con. guaranteed for five years. Terms $50 cash,'and balance PRICED Sole Agents for Florida," 'S The stock wilt be laW entire w lotsM sk f
I ,. They are REASONABLE IN not a cheap, Lcavc PaUtlui evening, Jacksonville '
sisted of reading by Mrs. Taylor and of selec- .in six months,,or -ftoo. cash,and balance In onyear poor Piano,but well and carefully made in every very Friday 'every TrJ.the tide; Fe AverOl't' '"Chemical' Paint.-and tbne chasers.* to pardes Stock Hearting and Inventory business.will be. "shown' -.. .at a

Branching Out. tOns; of vocal and instrumental music by Mrs: ,, andpk&cedatsuchaagureucannotia4t6. pte;same day,arriving at Savannah and Ce n The foieguing property.111I1 be sold as-M1iIIc IIICdott
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wrchasers who desire a Saturday.Through. ,..,. Whites Paint Monti.Dtstr. it the dlDCspeclW.
Walter ha MASON & HAMUN not disposed within. .
friend Philip J' bought Weldon THE..CELEBRATED .
Our busy Mrs. BaraneU and Mr., Philip MiJ- bills o'C t Baltimore, PbfldcI.phia .H.VU U'T.
REALLY GOOD PIANO AT A LOW .
stock of papers and envelopes' of the late ford., By this pleasant ORGANS are also sold upon cash payments '25 to f 50 PRICE New York oe pint' Agent' for :. :' : Assignee m Bankruptcy **-dJ firm of Cbas.L. dasMe&Lo.
the intermingling musical Tee Dictator wilt New Steamships
and balance In six and twelve months. FOURTH- conn Yor STIAMU LIZZIE BAKER. --5
of C. L. Mather & Co., and now offers with literary every Saturday,b Savannah a C Jacksonville June-i .in.l > "
I I gnu I entertainment the almost inevitable SPECIAL TERMS arranged to suit convenience;Call They bare very attractive/and, HANDSOMELY ton.. ConOI mde with the '; '
VOLUS1A.
them for sale at his Cigar store. I tiresomeness of a'long evening given responsible parties. Monthly or quarterly pay. FINISHED CASES in yao styles; suited to all road Tot. ? 'with steamers "the J ./ -
tastes. All hare carved t every Upper .Johns and the .river '
---. I solely to, either was avoided, each relieving ments received If preferred. Piano and Organs for esirabie In a modern Piano Forte; In tmprveD addton to Okbwaa iwo ASSIGNEES SALE. ,T :

The Weather. rent and rent applied on purchase. A good stool and which.we have introduced the celebrated"AGRAFFE" S AI -
and Van Brunt& Bro's. Une .
providing a relish for the other, and the I RAVENEL & CO. Charleston. Sailhn Packets By an order of the United States District Court for
cover goes with each piano sold from our warerooms. BRAINARD & ROBINSON, SaY 0*Northern Dfarict of Iln Ja.I wilt offer fer sate .
The rainy season may be said to be upon result was a very complete and ,. factoryevenIng's LISTS BRO. & S :FROM NEW YORK
Send for our new REDUCED TIME PRICE ..JEFFREYS SONl'en the highest bidder at Hasty VonDohba's Stab** on
and showers "cln every Piano Fortel;, -: 2.A's\; i JEFFREYS 8t BKO.. '. Saturday the 6ta last.,at o o'clock n. m. the aLe.
Thunder lightning copious entertainment. Mr*. E. A. aDd what reallnduceme offer. Javie. .
p. Taylor; see we now : R..J. ADAMS, vj6t Bay -:jacksomvir.Jlorki. ing property being part 01 the ssKts. of Henry Yes
visitants and a clear who has created for herself BATES I C. H.,BORN, St. ,
arc now our daily so inviable a .rep LUDDEN '; ; '," \TOTHEPIANOTRADE. S. Au&utine., .Bankrupt to wit;

jthgivng atmosphere is the result utation and so respectful and warm a regard Southern Music House, : lo- l,tf & WHITLOCK. 3 a Wheel Four Wheel Wagon Wafaas Beds. "** t *

., throughout our State, really seemed' inspiredby 6 s] it. Savannah,Ga. WecaacdBunen4the? :1. .. 'r.tlJ! t :N.EW YORK.AND H. : Successors to Thos. A.,Wills 4 a T Two.o Wheel Wheel Cans Dray.

New Sign. the music and the evident partiality of,the "EMPIRE"! .'. S S .CALEBS IJtw i Four Wheel String Buggy.

CALL AT I Bury.: S
and most attractive signs audience to outdo herself. Her rendering of ff t as being a mot desirable and attractive instrument to ." A lot of Single,Double sad Dray Htrncts.Wm .
of the ,
One largest Norton&Go's. and their 60 :: -HERNANDINA : ,
Smith Organs. the of .
.aiiac" see f sell its Imvtrict a quality rvseAiuiagiag.cdr4rr GRAIN., FLOURANDFEEDr ". fsaiv cs- -- -'--- S. _
ia the city has just been placed upon the top "The, a recitation iq character was S-t.lf. -' :,:. : mae the piano an ttftcialav- C AssiMM.
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tritt with ,, ,, ) .oCli := '
of; Mitchell's new Block, Bay Street bearing terribly effective, her, maniacal shriek,when d'lr STEAMSHIP. LINE. fanufacturers of June i6-iw. nIir pt. J'

at last 'recognizes the from"NotMad" INK, INK. PENS, PENS' ,
of "Smith, Norton & Cos Music ,change < '
the names the ..Pencils ,Pen-Holders Pencils, at Smith, Norton ,WM. X. POND &' CffS CORN MEAL, HOMINY, CRACKED
to
insanity as result of the severities : FOR, ..DREDGING.U .
House. ___.. .___ & Co'*. 3 it tf '. 5 PROPOSALS
and indignities heaped upon her, thrilled PARLOR AND CHAPEL.ORGANS. ; CORN, RYEMEAT.. ., GRAHAM
,FERNANDINA.}'LA.. Ocbe 11874.MOTGOMERY S.EiJCwmaVs a,38 Church street.
VTe take pleasure in directing the attention through every. heart and the entire eflort THE PARENTS These; Organs, although but a short whiie before the FLOUR.CRACKED WHEAT.&c. S MOCILX, ALA..May 7. $-
or all weD families their of public,have met with such hearty and approval : < : Sealed proposals In duplicate for dredging to'
the Duval Fair to the would have taken high rank in theatre regulated purchase groceries uqufe : ".
visitors to County as .
ol all any that their entire success is cubic yards more or less,tbroucf. the bar U tae month
of Mrs. DeCottes with whom some a tragic impersonation. ,All of Hrs. Taylor's Rich Polk' Block, Bay street. lo-aitf Great care has been taken to combine in these instruments Capt. Falrcloth. ,' S.ROLL SAWING & WOOD TURNING of th i harbor Cedar Keys.and in the channel between
notice BEAUTY AND VOLUME OF'TONE, withan S the bar and Cedar Key, Fla..will be ftC Yed'as this
thirty of the late Georgia Excursionists sojourned readings were of more,than ber'usual excel TWENTY-FIVE OLD PIANOS WANTED ATTRACTIVE APPJKCE 1'h tone bas ;" ; : TO ORDER. office until 12 o'clock,M.Saturday June*6. 1175 and
pipe-like as can be of this S "HUNSVI.LE". opened immediately thereafter.A .
the visit here. A lence, but our preferences were for the touch III exchange for at SMITH, NORTON&Co'*.
during recent quiet, new ones; class. The soft stops are delicious for their purity and guarantee Will be required that witMn lea days
Wood Sawed and Delivered
comfortable home on fair terms in a convenient ing selection of"Jane Conquest" and the dif- I. refine character its sonority., while the full organ i_.grand and im Cpt Cter' Split, after shall be notification entered Into.of the awvd of the contract_ contract

part of the city can 1 be bad at MM Cs. fficult but well executed rendering of"Creedsof MORE NEW AND BEAUTIFUL SHEET MUSIC. After very elaborate preparation,we have just ''com CAN ACCOMMODATE FIFTY FIRST- ,. '; by Cord or Load. Printed blank forms proposals and manatee
I plated new and beautiful cases for all f specification.Instructions to bidder, and deslraJinformation
Norton very
Messrs.Smith, & Co.,seem determined to 'o style CLASS PASSENGERS any
the Bells. Of this of the enter
portion -, and are prepared to fill orders withTHEVERYBESTANDHANDSOMEST ,can be had on application w this office.
keep up''with'the times,so Cur as Musical Merchan Ross'Block. Bay Street opposite our Mill.and What A. N. DAMRELL.

Creveling Grapes.We I tainment little more need be said than that I disc may be concerned and have just received at their ORGAN These steamers'sail from New' York, Pie NorthRlveieveryTbursdayand sa6-4w. Capt. Engineers,U.S.A,

Mrs. Taylor by her exertions largely in Mitchell' block Street AT.THE. LOWEST PRICE. from Raid S 'CKSONJ'JLLE..FLA.
in receipt of a box of this fine: promoted leg ant store on Bay ,n nn.
are elder Mr. The a good work and adled very decidedly to magnificent stock of fine musical gems,recently published s- LIBERAL TERMS TO AGENTS. "&.' S Wharf every Wednesday: T.' .'; WltWt.. IS-6& W. A.'WHITLOCKJACKSONVILLE TN TIlE DISTRICT COURT of

gripe from the Jameson. her previous reputation. It well be ,that cannot all to elicit the admiration of every Purchasers who are at a ctncefrm- any of ou. 'Forfi! btotpas"&e'applyto' 1 THE UNITED STATES FOR THE NORTH.

bunches were of good size, compact and the may lady performer upon thi -arte In this city. agents will receive price lists ad catQe UpOD 'HERU.:GELPCKK. Agent ERN DISTRICT OF FLORIDA. .

berries handsome and although not fully ripe doubted_if we shall, in'he next five years, 5-12 tf. plication.MANN'S. 'ap I 1 5 Wlut.New York. THE Bankruptcy.In the matter Eugene.F. Gilbert. Bankrupt. I.

they weir of fine flavor. We think it a be favored with hearing and seeing any better ONLY CALL NEW METHOD FOR- -THE PIANO S P..McQUAID, atgentPolk's ,. Notice Is hereby given that a petition ha been CM
SALE AND
execution FORTE I..IVERYST.A.BLE.S In said Court.by Eugene F.Gilbert, of JacksostvOU.
or more, apparently complete '
promising variety, worthy of cultivation in any as others have done,and convinced that Cheaper Block, Bay St.Jacksonville. In said District.duly declared a Bankrupt under the
mastery of the Piano than was exhibited by Bargains obtained anciwfth'if satisfaction. Is the latest and best book:rot Elementary In.'tlin Or,W.'J. WOODWARD Act Congress of March id, 187. and the several
,
this section. cane for thi I .
,
i Iltrent. ; combine Acts amendatory thereof a'discharf*and evtiiScan
-Se- Mrs J. H. NVeldon. Something of a stranger Polite and attentive salesmen to wait upon every one, all other works; i Representing CHATER & KINGAgents_ thereof from all his debt and other claim provable

Mechanics' Engine.We here her cool and self-possessed but modest great and small, at THE GiMT SOUTHERN BAZAAK. I'sytemt progressive and pleasing. 10.10 s .Fernandina,Florida. nulcr said Act. and that the Jjlh day nouns,A. D.
both teacher andS ,t '
11-14 tf great to 187;.at 10 o'clock.A. M..at the office of Hon. W.A.

observe that this engine is now undergoing .. and unpretending excellence as a pianist S *pupil. .PrIc!. $2' .. C- Bv PRcmnuit, McLean Register In Bankruptcy I is assigned for the
l McCLENNY
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f hearing of the same when and where.alt creditors who
considerable rapair under the eye of took all by surprise who heard her for the BUY BOOTS' WITH i'--. --. : ". I RAILROADS.. have proved their debts and other persons In Interest

A. K. PBRCTVAL'S stamp upon them They are superior may attend and show cause if any they have why the
first time. And Mrs.
Barnett her & CO.
will by sweet WM.-A..POND *
Mr. fT-olly the engineer. New tubes of laid petitioner should not be gransad'PUPVA9TER
to others.. It prayer
T .10-3 PENSACOLA AND Notice Is given to the public that 1 have purchasedthe
and winning voice added much to the charm [Established over Fifty Years.] CKSONVILLE Dated JscksoaY S
render the boiler as good as new, and restore J. I J CO. well-known HARTRIDGS STABLES oppositethe '

this fim macLVK to its fullest efficiency and of the evening. Mr. Philip Milfoid, too, by MUSICAl-PHILIP MILFORD Keep constantly on hand the largest and most complete -V MOBLE RILROAD METROPOLITAN HOI EL.and have ost handA 6-a aw. Clerk Cbtrict Court olsal4 District,
Of England will give lessons on the Piana, Organf assortment of American and Foreign SHEET GawvaALSumlaiEiensirr's Or nee,1 '
we have not a d-to.r"jr: '?lw'| .">e able to burst the (tweet tones he drew from the tlarionclte Cltrnet,flutt and all Brail and Slrutftdnslm- MUSIC BOOKS INSTRUM ENTS,sad MUSICAL T ALHoEa. December 19p x874.j : VERY LARGE STOCK' OF HORSES AND '

old hoso left in and the perfect harmony of his accompaniment M MERCHANDISE.of or every description.. Ordet by 'On and after SUNDAY .DEC"TO Passen MULES FOR SALE. N.TICE. :
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any remaining pori* itne, ccut Terms $15 per quarter of 24 lessons. Applyat mail will receive prompt and careful 1874,' j. ;

the Department.: gave: new ideas of the' compass of this Smith Norton. & Co's.,'Music Store,or address P. Correspondence with the Trade solicited.WM gertralnsonthiaroadwillmas5ltows. S : 'Those:desiring'to purchase will find it to their;ad- Notice is hereBy gftea cfi&e seuture odour barret*

__ : difficult instrument and established himself at O. Boa 109.. 5-latr. : A.'POXD &. ;CO. .., ')47 Broadway, D YPASSE GERi.iLY. vantage to examine this tmosually) ferga and attractive distilled spirits oa June 7,1875 Jacksonville,Fbu
I > '- Arrive stock,adapted. to all uses. I am aUo Ncefvuig three barrels distilled spirits seized June 9,5873, at bt.
Another Stem r n', once as a favorite. And, after all,the crown BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS Branch.Store,3 UoquareN.Y. .. Leave Jacksonville_.A.4.00 14 ", Chattahoochee r. I. -> j Augustine. Fla.; two barrels distilled spirit died

.OcUawaha ing beauty of the whole was the entire freedom I Will and a complete assortment of lumber, dressei) ,6236mt. j" --S: ) ." Baldwin.__._ 5.55 ;" Quincy..___ 4.35 1.0 '- .COMTLETE_ OUTFIT OF '.' June 8, 1875,at Micanopy Fla..and three barrels distilled
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The seized Tall.h-.I'Ia..
at
spirits Jone u.1873,
growing impartance < tc. the LakCfty 8.32 -Tallahassee430 ,. .
i and edmouldin"-'Ihingles. at Depot : .
J which violation of the Internal
all of are seized lor'
from airs and the utter ab. .
river country may be estimated Jl?1 the rapid professional .timber Yard. Orders lobe delivered landings on OF HOUSES ? -A.M., P.M. BUGGIES PHOTONS .AN1) Revenue Laws. S .
I, .' CONSTRUCTION Live Oak....i 3.0 Madson; ......_ 8.15 -
multiplication ''of steamers for the.accommo-. sence of all pretentiousness, by which all the the River receive especial attention. .:*'. Madison._.. 5.15 : .. S.A. M, -. Any person or persons claiming the above described
exercises of the 'were Address' Louis J. BRUSH. Sealed proposals will be received at this Department .:f' Tallahassee _' 9.40 ., Oak.._* OTHER CARRIAGES, articles-must appear and make bin within thirty daysor
evening characterized Lye 3.0
dation of its growing trade. WeVee *otber until 12 0 clock noon of Tuesday, the ayth, day or '* : M Cry?_.>4.33 otherwise they will be sold at public auction as re*

I of these lookingcraft throughout. This was a grace as valuable June[ 1875.for the construction of Houses of Refuge, Qinc-n.of :", Baldwin...._ 7.45 :'of the latest styles." .quired by lav. A.KNICHT." .Collector.
peculiar and very prig'31' NATIONAL BANK at th following named localities on the coa.t.A FlrJa. Arrive Arrive JacksonvQe__ 9.05 .5 6-i6-3w. I'S'
wbere from its rariety as (rum its intrinsic worth end to : One on the beach about thirteen
at the of FIRST
t-hipyard Mr.SpeTitgi *' FOR LIVERY SERVICE
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: .
tb St. Maries j'ondys.Wenys ,
fully all. Indian River Inlet, at the t ait front Bethel Creek : Pan can gr ub'-t
she is o'ucbes of the was appreciated by OF FLORIDA. and hurt HOTELS. AND BOARDING. HOUSES
receiving the finding one o the bc about one and one half miles north rr Tueys -.' will furnished JAT '
joiners preparatory to the-put d.ng in of her In due time we hope for another as pleasant of : at a place known a Saint Lucia ,dys ays. which. be -
,JACKSONVILLE. Rocks; one at Orange Grove (so caUe.)on th bach i ; ; '
machinery. She is owned .,w* understand, an evening's entertainment in furtheranceof abut thirty miles north of New ; n. LUMBERTRAINDaily-- '--- .: exceptc1.S '/ -THE, -ShORTEST "NOTICE, M ANSION HOUSE. !yt
Tit ..ly Jfatiaiutt Sank i* tfrratio* lIIo.SIAU. on the beach six miles : : ; :1':1:
PM
at Lake Griffin, and jgMeJglest'tlraTl{ : til same good w rk--and unembarrassed by .-' New! Lucere.RIv ', and one O therbc"bt opposite the Jacksonville Arrive OL....P.9.5; ;'' i .'. and 6nrthe ,- aPORT .

craft that sr.'O1bl1ilding, steamers pettish and crochely opposition. Exchange on Savannah and New York sold,and Exchange head of Biscayne Bay, about mie nor of Cape. Lye aldwn.-) ;, .. u A, M. ROYAL;, h '
upon on all Northern points bought, : Florida. A. ". City..., 4.33 MOST ':REASONABLE TERMS.Mr. .' : .'
three seems to Tieno end. ,,' a.- Bidders must state the time in which they will contractto ", Lake. Ot1.S5 I "' Lke' .......; 7.15 ..- .- -. The NEW CITY situate oa the Sooth Atlantic const;
AT CURRENT RATES. complete the houses.and the bidsjmusi b accompanies JJve Oak 3.30.Arrive Jacksonville. 9.05; and at the terminus of the Port Royal Railroad JTW.
Dat Boy "Peanuts.: with satisfactory.guarantees a to ability of the fY .- tN-iSm auihorized, gnat d iderat sa.so long required there (*nowd-'
G, M1. BRITT
\ New Buildings on Bay Street. DIRECTORS AND STOCKHOLDERS: bidders to tote required work. All! proposals must Nors.-The 8.35 p m.;Lumber.Train :has' a Agent veteped.. iRespeculiUy
and and will always be found the Scabies
be endorsed.Proposals for construction of Houses 01 conch attached, this p" Manager at the Sop 1nteident undersigned, lately'
This community has missed him. We mean"Peanuts' FirlJ ,'". senger persons taking Trin. .
It is very pleasant to note the rapid progress : !. JOHN CIAK. EM.. Refuge Washington" and addre'sed to the Secretary. ottbe Treasury points Wet of Live Oak avoi.1.dentO.there.- ready tablishment."UB.to attend to all business- appertain. AleC! *LL'lNY"to- the es" Augusta.Gib,announces. that,on the .5ta. inst.. she
lie North with Mr. C. ,
went Kellogg will the
W. A McLcAtf ; open j
Ion. F. E. SPlOU, Esq., 1. .
S ROBtkTWALKER. Sept. 16;187 rr-aitf !
made the and brick blocks Specifications plans can be obtained at the office -
on new elegant
taiLO REMINGTON, Esq., C. A. FAIRcHILD Esq.,
in the capacity of private or something Receiver and .
secretary, Customs Portland Boston Supt.T.
,
DAMON GREENLEAV, of the Collectors at Bangor, S ? Gn1 NEWLY CONSTRUCTED M5IYNEWLYIX
,
:' that are taking the place of the old'.banties of that sort. Arriving at the Grand IAM'L W. C. SQUIRES REMINGTON, Isq., Esq., W. M. BOSTWICX, Esq.September Esq.. Wilmington! N, C.. Fernandina..Jacksonville, C.SPOONER.. Master. 'rD p 3-2, A/TASON1C./ <., '- .' -. N1SHED :0MANSION' ?
H.
i that formerly marred the of the Key West and. Pesc. Also, of Capt. J. .
appearance Central in New Mr K. found 16. 1874. il-4-IY Saving No.16 '
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Depot YOlk, Merman I.ptor Sttons. : : -r .
upper end oi Bay Strret. \ Bradway, City and upon to : G., & W. I.'T.LC9.'S RAILROAO.J ; SOLOMON LODGE; NO.; 20. -
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himself obliged to wait from 8 to 11:45 p. m., this Department- I : SI '

I The walls ol the Taylor block are tapidly for the train by hich he intended to go to NEW, ADVERTISEMENTS. The right to reject any and-all bids,or to waive delects .' ." _. FROM -. "- .. .r- Regular meetings' first 'and .tElrd Wednesda'yV- :J in ability For'private.from and past transient experience boarders., aha CA3etib.r win waloosly
Ilk deemed w.the of-the" each mon&S
rising under the direction of Mr. Thebaut, Massachusetts, and so left "Peanuts" at the ;1 do i so.Is reserved.. Intert. ___, .Gernment _. FERNANDINA TO CEDABT-KEYS. : ; GEO. W, JONES..W. consul the comfort of alL. who. may" pascobe-. -,'and*** M .

and Swan's Block is being plastered.. With FAIR ACCOMMODA [Signed J], CHAS. F. CON ANT, CHAS. A.. LLtorr. Secretaryj. terms the BKJt I'*
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: --- '. ANNIE-BUSS
depot in charge of trunk, bird-cages, bundles, SPECIAL i : J H .Artirg.Secretary.WASHINGTON f- : : : S S : "_ : -
awo large stores in the lower and six -- 5- ., -- -- -- -- - .Dated March 15/1875. !
D. 6 5 GIN lU '
story ; May 26,1875. a 6. ( -.t
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boxes and medicine chest latter
which "
c. : .
by
!, attend the Duval .. < : -
Those who desire to Countyfab : 'Air LaAv iin. LLIv S-sWMM:
Jarge and convenient offices in the ; ,
airy
upper the way we are informed was replenished in may secure comfortable quarters at Fethandina.. 4 *s-... m' 4 45 T '-' S :" HOUSE1 l'if
ID
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tory, the Swan's block wilt be credit to its ._.._ 6 6 30.6 ......."6 : IDDELL., '
a New Yotk,-while he went to visithi rela- MRS.: DaCOTTES. _f._ J r' Bdwin_:... ....-7 4O; 8 0-7 40...... 2 on' PRACTICAL JEWELLER :. r

.a.-nen. its builders and to the city. tions. The leading such life though in near the residence of Dr. J. D. Mitchell. Eighteen -. '. '.C o \e Stke..IQ. 2o_...io 38._ 9 47-- 51 with- has "FERNANDINA FLA., :J
a without board : -'. 'Jrlrfxw -.... ___ 3 ,.....is And WATCHMAKER late J.'. Ho1Iancf :
and the observer of airy and pleasant Rooms, with or can <. Archer..._........I a 04....- 2 5--1 4-107 Sfn"9'BrDn taken. window'in WALTER'S LIAR STORE S _:___ 55) IefIy'S:
a strange city constantly be had on reasonable terms. 6-23 5t.
A Fortunate Misfortune. ., .. .' ; "55 -131__ I 37 two dools-west.ofhe Post-oftice.where he. i is prepared .SAMUEL T. RIDDEIA,'Paorwro.ase43Magmfiee
,
strange things, became monotonous to "Pea .; -'"_" .-._' .' Cedr -__.s 52_p.m_..4 __ P-n>- with a good stock of tools and material to do any kind' S : ,
of work in his llne.3. S I-- :- 3h t
In the afternoon of Sunday last the large occasion "inter RENT IN POST OFFICE. "EbrNG'Ifomt.- 5
nuts" and he improved the to BOX .t cWoe.el eighteen stiles e*DM iM6c .
the .!r14 1. AaBtVC. ilAVK. ABJUVB.- I.vaCeo.Iu S:Extra'.Fine:Mounting of Florida Atlantic Beach"y'
the
building Convent -
on corner opposite view" the medicine-chest to which be had The law In regard to Box Rents in the Post Office O. Kyytimmni. aml.ail> 8 oo..... a.111'_o 30 Curiosities : .. : _*sT'Refrcahing sea. ',A'J't
which was Lclng built by Mr. Bigelow, spread seen resort so often made dunng the perilous provides as follows: J l >- ronsoll ":"IO ,.'' 4211"u 55 S
"Box rents must be collected and accounted for as a Arehcr.zz.ao..zza6..u,s8..1s)3 .OPENSUMMER ANDBOARDi wurna-<
apart sad kit to pieces. It was a largercwtea sea voyage, and got gloriously, effectually part of the revenues of Department,and no box Ij 1 ';. t.., ,c f.- ainesville.-,..- .ta 4in...n ., starke 38-.. 1 44 a specialty. FinewatcbescarefuSly. thoroughly aDd ..' '
.hall be assigned to the use of any person until the rent _._....-_.__ a 50-_.'1 s6_ aivi-3 *6 promptly repaired1. iutildUg some" 40x70 feet and as we drvggtd. ,Under .these circumstances; his thereon has been twM for one quarter," I J5-, E Bald.i! ..___.. 4 5S- 5 33-- 3 >S-. 5 33 .N.B.:If it's worth doing at all.it's worth doing well. Per day .- I _u ,-.. ijJ )
are informed built without any upper cross. natural Inclinations' were, 'not to remain in '_ A kW quarter begins on July ut.:ndi box- holders : l' ZI ; Calbhan.......6 }3.. 7 o5- 6 58-.: 7 05 : .J. i _._ J. ; ." ", Per week...,.._._ -.. .....from|ia to J J'
will take notice that the law require'every Postmaster J. .''ernandIna"._ 9 oo..... p. m"'g 00p:m. .. -aoojo-isoj wji jo js** Satisfactory arrangements made with W a.' 'i
beams to strengthen it. It was passing strange charge of the effects of his superior, but, like to place in the General Delivery all mail matter .'r r- S ., CONNECTIONS: 'rs- adO P11"AO3'XYN :UVApay. Fine livery accomnuxboon n4tfO

that it should pace through the gale of Satur. the '"musing organist" in the vision of Sir dirtcttd t#tfjctl with rat J. S.mot ADAMS tat J in fostm turmmct.>tcro 'At FERNAKDINA w.th Steamer City Point from '
6-23 jt. .
day and fall in the perfect quiet of Sunday Lannfel, to "wander where he list." Inthose| -I-I I 'H-L 0 1'- Charleston Dictator from and Charleston Savannah and,Mondays SavannahiTSsrsJays at 4 a. m.;steamer at I .- -'. 'IapaMaf "ivu.zvi. ,'e' : OBERSON & MAPSON. ;

when no workmen were in it and as fortunate wanderings he fell in with a' policeman; and $200 ORGAN OFFERED AT P 4 i a. m. .With steamer Lizzie Baker from Savannah, / : .: flItS: S : S
A Brunswick'and St. Mary's..lolondays at 6 a.sr for '. S : ., S Ha vc opened a nrU-dass ;;:
.as strange. as the rules of the New York police force do PRIVATE SALE. this I t : those points on Fridays at 8 a.m.; ,
Tber can be a better bargain made by buying = At BALDWIN.with J.t> &.M. R.R. from,tack.soirvlfle SHAVING SALOON,1corner
the _
not admit of its members walku.g about with organ than yon can make in New York. Inquire at FORSAL
'for-jactSouvtlle ,_
at :
New Machine between at :op'm.: 0:0: a m. -
Shop. of Emanuel Fortune on Elizabeth street, :
of that city "Peanuts" fell into another louse ., r '-t CAIN E V I LLE.with tn-weeldy ltage'line for of Bay and Ptne streets when all the modern
I guests ,. Newnan and Market street :A half interest in OUIOCIbC mosijlotirlshiflj and
productive
We Tampa: with stage line for Ne.wnansvQle,, Tuesdaysand appliance nscd.by the best saloons in the country cube -
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are with .
every day meeting some new Fla. 643 ,
Jacksonville, 31. '
of Florida '
place and Mr. Kellogg' collection -- ." Fridays. tooad. 'They also furnish.at all hours -. '*

evidence of the rapid and wide growth of the curiosities were transferred-to the hands of the T j : -\ os CEDAR KEYS5wlth steamer to and from.Nor ORANGE. GROVES. '{
Lily the last is' ; .f I Orleans, every aturaay. Whh steamers from Key HOT AND COLD BAT1 _
of which machined O :
the new WHITLOCK IA East Florida For particulars apply at this office *
lucked T-TILLSON & *
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depot authorities was up for the night, 16 West and Tampa. Fridays f from these places.Thurs- 5' .. "
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d of Mr. Murphy which is now rapidly S _, iaysv 'With Steamer Cool.front Tampa Sundays:for 1232etI Tickets endtliDi the basses t.ul"sIatwlaIr
and the owner on his return was obliged to GROCERS 'c""u. Tampa, Mondays. With Steamer Wawenock,frou for f ZM; eight shares,hair cutting and shampooing
approaching completion at the lower end of seek in a neighboring hotel. We Suwannee Fridays; for Suwannre,Tuesday 'I.so-< S '''.'
quarters J I I WUOLXSALI OROEXS AT SAvanI.A15 rUCZS. {
D. E,MAX WELL. .
Bay Street, on_the lots,recently.filled by Alsop and .r. e ,..
think the Fifth A Clark. < S 5 FREE ;I'i
Mr.' Murphy has been years r A
many address! Manufacturers of .. at .5' :H.RoBINSORji .
a resident of Savannah here bears a high '' .. r .t I fa 4..e1lf tII aI':" >
ke w\11 Jot
'PHE' FLORIDA PHOTOGRAPH : Be- 1
1'1. i is not the ,
Alas for "Peanuts 11e boy "' ; S. bs. s SfI' I C : WHOLtMUl BKTAn7J 2. I. .- : ... .
"
reputatioaas a citiiea and as a mechanic ." 1' A"" *'-' *
our fancy pictured lam ; would that it were CORNbRNMEAL. -g- s--. -'. : .PRUG'GIST 7 EOSEWOOJ ,
and we gladly welcome him to Jacksonville, ;. PEARL HOMINY :;" : AKPFERROTYPE : f.: ., ,- '.5,
not He u fertile 'soil'for; the' sowing or 'C '
where so. CRACKED ORN, : Hoeg'sBlockBaySL, S To any en*who wQ Improve It.
there .
;it and need for GALLERY .
ample room much NOTICE. : '
such men as be. seeds of Puritanical reform, and we fancy that GRAHAM RYE MEAL.ETC.ETC.rUUR. ., pOSTrOFEIGE l ,.. S .: JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.CoMPOumtDia 'GOOD'GOVERMENT t.ANIi.W

f .. the gentleman! who transplanted him froth the ..ETC. ARRIVAL AND. DEPARTURE OF MAILS.] : ATIAKTIC,. BLOCK: BAY STaRRy. .JACKSONVUA : '

Off for Indian River. Land cf Flowers and chicken roosts has commenced ROLL A W NG S "i.J' CLOSE. Is the only place in the.State where every branch of -ritsstaimoKs A'IA1Ln.f, Can be entered within,.a ha mile c d.sbc'4cpasdISTATE '_'." !i
TURNING AND ? Northern and Western,daily 3:307. M. the Art Is Successfully Conducted Open for business
the work of harrowing in those seeds'Our" I. LAND '
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On and Florida Railroad : ,3
Thursday,morning last Lund's,5teamer Fernandina ,' from 10 A. M.,until 5 P.M. '
Capt. TO ORDER. daily_.___...__. __ 900: 4.].. P. M.. ARMAGE' .SHOP .
Pionetr't;crossed St.Johns Bar on her t 1'I ._ Saint Augustine and Pal ,? ". 3:3 A.'G. GRANT will 'attend to the 'taking of alt C BOe&hc at juspencre. .

fieli OiK AND PINE WOOD SAWED TO ORDER dailySunday*elce,4") 4:0 P. M.t 8:0 .M. Photographs until further. notice. Out-door Photograph S lilt bebertd that no government land can be fonw'
way to the of her future operations": I County Fair. Key West,arrives eer MOi order attended to as usual.,.on due notice being .GEORGE I. ,LE.CARRIAGE,. In the State so accessible. ,1j j t-tl .
She will run in connection with the ibltuiaxm'ihe AMD day-. '_;*-.__. 9ooa.K.- given. s 5 tf- "
The general interest of all our people in the : close Monday and Apply to SM at the WAVERLY HOUSE or address
every
DEUVERED IN ANY PART OF THE CITY..ROS.S ..... MAKER, at ROSEWOOD,LEVY COUNTY. .
St. Johns thus forming a continuous approaching Fair of the Duval Agricultureand Thursday_....-?._ 3-30 P.M. BUILDING.. '. '
Melonville Hali C.LDBBLL
fine trom Jacksonville. The Puautr is one Horticultural Sxiety is daily and srron:., BLOCK, ,' Enterrse., river am vc*/ _"''Ir.- BOAT. COR.WASHINGTON D.ADAMS'STREETS..JACJtSONVI w4 -
fa Idi '. ,! S.- JaduoorOIe,January*6. 1875. 1-30 w
*>f the best j ? .A. G. CHAPPELL '
examples of compactness and econ- ly on the increase. OPPOSITE OUR MILL. AND WHARF, TUdyThuryandSat.-y------ :P. M..' ,._1 .. .. 'FLORIDA, ., "
omv of space we ever saw, and will, fir her I, Enterprise, Halifax "-- vsfR *>near U e"Cable&osslng.JACKSONVILLE I LUMBER YARD' cn
the Melonvll
The.spore the. matter is discussed better vail, UK..J"/. ', '.' Win build in first-class style Carriages,,Buggies and DEPOT .

Liz; accommodate comfortably more passen the prospect of making a creditable sho w appears JAC ONVILI-E.I'LORIDA.- "A1eaves on Monday,Wed. ; S ,. FLA. Light Wagon. -" '. ,;, ?

1..Jer1 than any other crafton our waters; She day and Friday_:..-- !:oo A. M. -. 'Repairing. neatly done. 'Come and see my work. CONTRACTORS AND'BUILDERSS ; I
and eieryday's inquiry shows more ant Fort and r rt : ,1 YACHTS AND WHITEHALL I
: Core Ilyr _. lo-aijm.
.
I will add the of the I M. !.f'
largely to pleasure a trip to, more clearly that'the County caa and will. ayes and Sat- 4:00 r. ;. t I' I ; 'I'. )S WlUP S .
Wednesday "BOATS .
Indian River country and has our best wisb- M. ILCQ.XI };,f1 .i
make a much better exhibition in all directIons ____._ 8:0 W ,
, 1 for her success. -. St. Nicholas-- -.- --.-10 XA.,M. lOlOO A.Sf. Btltto order. j FULL ASSORTMENT Or ,*,*f .
than anticipated. Arrangements have '
any S Dealer ia
STEtM'Y'CHTS .
-- OFFICE HOURS. .. .S '. DRESSED AND UNDRESSED LUMBU.S ;-. i
been with the Charleston Steamersand "
PtoL C. A. Foster. perfected The post-office wl'l' be open- dally(Sundays excepted) With the most approved machinery. ,,Will build of : FRUIT AND 'VEGETABLES. ? MOULDINGS. AND SAWED r{/r :

with those of Brock's line for >Jran portation ron8A.Mto6oPcM: f any siie,from 15 to too, feet.Call and get.my pnces.f -. PINE SHINGLES, ;, ?,",

.' k,; following! 'I letter, from thi {gentleman; .for fare'one, way, and .without, ;doubt, AGENTS FOR THE SCHOONERS- oclock The office P. will be.opcn on Sundqsfrom:" '.1. to 1:3 NEW g-FooTYACHT2 c' I c MAGNOLIA MARKET .' '* 1-

in I. f : will be open at all v.- ., ,.-. '. ;! ," 'CHFJU FOR CASH AT JX
The ;an Families supplied market .
( Smith .J < at regular rata
response to one toni Norton &Co., within a few days similar arrangements will times &nrl b eyaes, when. the maid or u' .- -_ !"V.-,"" ;"""' ," '. '..JO"r 'Si-- .

offering him a position in the fJori *,onser. be announced with the Railroad. MAGNOLIA AND FLORENCE, dunl ae being aitbd ; ', THE :DEPOT LUMBER YARD.

rye SSIGNEES SALE.-,: "..;:J:. Also,he still keep*
vatory of Music will be of interest to'tnem-: The Fair if well sustained, will not only be Plying on the St.Johns River and"doWD.the Coast. MONEY ORDER OFfICE A Lumber delivered in all parts of the city and vianlry

ben and .friend of that institution. Prof. of great present service to the county, in exhibiting 6-si.. 1:T:mo order from ofc'wm.be''p *9 A. M.t I will offer for sale A STALL IN TIJE OLD MARKET, and at landings oa the river., at low rates.' '.AH-orders -

Foster, 1 is a young man offine musical abilities what has been and of course can be. 'FL' .OR TFi1 A The Proceeding* of the part,Money of the orders United are 1s,at and this Iso office orders payable payable in any UGreat : ON; THURSDAY. ,THE' 34th DAY *For ItwiQ the accommodation PAY to come and down-town see me customer. receive prompt attention.. LOCK J. BRUSH 'I7b1in..3ah..ie

a And a thorough gentleman as well as great done hert in a horticultural; 1 way, but it will wts* AasoaATIOM LUjtFW,at Its Annual >Meeting JOA am-GaClw in January Britain,Switzerland and commission Gennany.rThejollowinp 't'S. ;I' OF JUNE .,-.,, :4-7 iy. H. E.WILCOX. ,,. 'J

worker. A better selection could not have give the needed opportunity to acquire the experience last '68 pp.extra large'vo. full reliable informa ;are the rate .. : S "
dOlt concerning Florida"and the cultivation 'of the ." pOMSSTic now oaoass. i at to o'clock A. M.,the tireSTOCK. : TEAM FERRY. : :
been1 made I indispensable togive cbarac fruits. A tUG STEAM SAW AND S : .
proper Orange and other tropical and temi-uopical "On'orders not"exceeding;$10. 5 cents. OFjEELRYC.: "
DICATnJ I..JII"I.:I3. ter and sqccesj to the Stai Etir in' January Mailed for*5 cent*.' Send jo cents also for a copy 0 Over iio and not exceeding iao,|o cent..: t .,' I ,. ." I\ PLANING MILLS. The Steam Yacht DAISY wfn.uMU Rather nodes-,
w an. BSflTH, HOBTOM & Co.: Gqsk ,..-*. THK FLORIDA AomcctTOTtiBT. Weekly I |3 a year Ovcf$3ondIotcxcccdinZ$30SSCCSD.1. i the old stand of f.Jt Holland f ,Ha constantly on band and for sale at lew price run between Jacksonville and the South Side of thi
Your letter bearing d"U June 8th,b recelY.' U re- nt(t, tb whjch we tare atreidy1 cogunittedTljii AcId_-CHAS.. H. WALTON, & Ct)...'Jacksonville Over ijo an*D exceeding 140.*0 cent. at This is a weB selected stock sod'.be l.sold without rough lumber cut In dimensions to suit builders river,as fallows: lent* the dry for Arlington at fs 4 .
same 1 wU.ay 1 accept your prowotltio U matter of great to. Fia. Over|4 o ancn exceeding ,)owscr.isapoulbU for soe to reach Jack. a very consequence *1' Copies for sale al the office. Ocean street, two : ?O&EIGN oNY ;( t I to suit customers. Turned work of every ,nd Point at a az..an4 i and 6 p. m.p RStUTII1I'WtII >

( N_maths eads cw e.ea the.ck.a, Ie will cause,many strangers 'fronj. every" section of goor*from Bay. June 6-t., 'exceeding |to.Q t, ,.u,.. 4 l d i -id Ai;-Itf.. 'UNtl'L1 V.p: AI:/ all descriptions, .Scroll work of any patirqPiling I tHMrf ArBrrsin at S aod n a.SB.,amj %ockKk p.a3 l v
On ordei '
m five or six weeks to n affairs' to nc< Lath, Mouldings and all other wood material eaauieej f hiBim* Point O'clock .spd and
arrange r as : :'it i *H e. ffjt* Icay at V> a. m. a ,
fi. 1 go to Jacksonville to locate ftrmtntl the Union will then be present t; to form thdr! rS i.; P. E.JQHNSON UOMQ'.OPAT Jst Over $zo and l0 exceeding|M,5 t cents." } each Say lintH he w1cie stock Ts disposed of. ; tor buQdiBC( arid furnishing'. Satislactto* In p. us., Ia'chI.gVR..d" 1.aad 1lC' *ad aD-* h. OM of you- r J7? ud 11III tstemt of all ocenie4.is own. conclusions! as tq f capacity Over,ict and not exceeding "$1.00- .\ t t..v ..cash.CGREELEYAssigncsfor' purchasing dsewbere. or send for trice list. "'- The DAISY win also be for charter for t io.Egt

1 Si& "?S"IJmt"4"7tlill lie t7". aa Stale,from what ,they ratj tee witlj their own Has removed his oftc to MjtcbelV*new ltai1.dinc, O'4.nd 10uscdn ADAM'50, $1.25., ', .wx'vy >.t:"'. .-J.Holland;Bankrupt.t1' S ..'.u..' XAl'lDER. > WALLACE. S5- S and Sunday exchrjWms.. H neasonabl.rate tl 7-t' 5'iG
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the Market '
north aide of Bay Mewpan an4 Po.Ule. .. -
penlHcdatt. Rcsp.Dycw J street. en .'lr tjJl ;'-H--- Sa 'ftf., 119. .AtwF.u !y.WJ1
*< Co A **.M. eycsj -: /.Ii i "'I. ; .4 'H '. nearrf $i the rOle Oft**.V -'t.II'j 'malleMli i; 173,1 6- .

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? : ; I of .with.l.J pubU.! The Distret of Spain. 1 FLORIDA VIN-; Srr BANK K .JtJf. O T '' ; '- -
.: Let us -Tiy'td be Happy. Pusioo Independent ::, SjA : NaI.x l w1d 1&fl5X.
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"nL. I Madrid of t hcLondOti ,. ... ,, '" : '
Let us y&obebamWe! ma1fwewiD, IIItr" i iJTod A correspondent : / < > /
; Mme'piumrc*U Df to o'crbaUnc*the UI;. There seems .to. .be ta ,very general l fJFmis.commenhng upcjlefinanqq.rniisters /,- :,1.1< .. ANDRJjfl.J'ESTATE.EXCHANGE. .. :. ,- ; :V ..:NORTON' & KOQKEJLsTA Ci

t" Thn rrrcr WM M r tf, If well widmttwd, .' desire among the Republican prtss, statement, uys.ie' ., ; v ., ..' ; _' ,,- ,- ,..Ur. ; fr" V. 1'. .1 f iALzas 1 ,
Ii : Slit wII rfjW _. .Vo W wra toe" ftxxd. the for fusiph 3.* '->*:' -.-> !.-. ; >tacorporat d July 6th; 1874:7: I : "i : ,
Sacramento a .
.
t says (, debt :
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consolidated '
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in .11
ofpain '! J' -
V: -- I .
'S ff" : .'..1 b t. y,'m') .J c) between the Republicans and their 1 V :h. I'd' : 'R1I:1 ,_. ,. A. L. EJ" S" .. l.1" 4 /-0' .j.s we"tOst Ill Pbtc 1/ecau it Ini1i'-! old associates the and J8iJ!, ;Vas only .l'29 ,3G Y. r 6mCaVIN>LOVERIDCI7S BUILDING,OCEAN,STRKST.1 ; _. ,,
werd and to Independents ; now .(]! FlA., f ,' ;, -- -
Wt thould oirnt>tqab,Will ft deed.; ing81o9o3ineies; It1is nll.u. JiKTMirr. '

: ".: n.r.1ao'tdc. .' &. ..bc""." [,.. _._, '9,... -'.. I the. Independents:are; kindly lookinfl known.to exceed.:530,000,000! and, .- IottmtjU the M PrtcYCD and three-tenths per cent(of;two ceuaperday id >io*) kI paid ? V." i OF. .ALL KINDS. V .

; : .Lds, try).' 4Mppy1,Souic',ba4u>r regiet towards it alsol! Why, then, should ft accordingIvtb'the//"/>,rraU IS f ioa- annually,upon all deposits which shall havf muabed' tlax. months or more la ta Bank,to bgfcnrfrd anraialyto GENERAL INSURANCE'-AGENTS,
p '. n.un&owlarou rhId w.iaiwotqit. not be? WhOill be to blame ifit possible.that i Spain i could, pay. mpeinterest. the principal of the.Depositor. ; ? -,7tT': .' / r ,'i-; v DHI; M -,//) t' paniest VVRANCIJN representingmheAllowing com.i' .

," ; "'' Irt'tlmel wlwa ttelfjlitejt 6f spirits mutt bow. shall not be ?. V than "if.'peKceht. tBut: 'she i Leuua>..AUtBoittyireCeled on deposit shall belavctted In first mortgages on real and personal pioptity' in ,p-: PHILADELPHIA.CONTiNENTAI W1),cw
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i : : J.Jtb'IJ tiatTa e. iab)r W'l.- We. do this fusion'sbould i SIil&.ohtleal&.dOllbl.'lwn.lDochcrampl.coIIatera..ccurttfc : : :1 V
not.see. why ,. f
according "to Serior Salaverria, : ; t. NEW
can (
.' ..: we u-, mr bl4 rct1I1P.the P D4 best, > not take .Pla I there Is RIAL ESTATB.-Tals corporation will act as trustees';or the p rchase'and sal* of real estate V or the renting pF }
.
least "withouthaving .
i .: ; Llitluatoif 4 cold.IS cur tw m at rett. ; > pay abscli'teInthhhg, at aad management, (/estates and!generally- -r'- > -\ Z-VM *' -.. ; ;-J','* tv it.i .;-> ;. MANHATTAN. oV'S7'j 0'00000
any copsistency'whitie1Odepend.) i- I Jt Jb I hT / ; i1! r.ki &4<* J r i_ HI t
: But'i deeper our OW JJi' PtirMt4 jecqur'selo,llredit. qpjq a .. ,
greater PENfOPVPUIL4D1LP1UA. .
\ 4 'P tNE -1- 'sAM' < <1 CREELEY
'TOtbtb4P7.3CItCtblSIICWbtCL. ents they can never be"in the Democratic interest JAMES. .Hr! ; ., SPEARING JONATHAN ,
V tions at rate of VV T'V'V. T"'*
: ;' / an enormous j : Vkc-Presideat. Treasurer.
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L.. '" Whatever ." '. .. LOANING 'MONEY ON REAL ESTATE AND
disappointment ,
r party which irtia bQrt.tirae doubleiilif orriginaldebt. ; ,.- .. .Vs".V ': ; V .;, : ,- COKVEVANCING
Let'M'try wkd be htpPX., It it not for lonj V ., I 1': 'V A
have felt when '' SPECIALTY
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We.h ll cheer ath.other with coufoel or toot. iIf they may they ."' One should'lalspiakt V '.' ''

w.malte the beet of ou r,time.that w. m y.,'. left the ranks of the Republicans, they into accountt1ie..iloaiing .deb"twhich; V We give below 'a few themany; choice,places for. sale I by jar INo.

: There U much we can do to enlircri! the w.jr;. havejong since discovered that theyare # STATED; COUNTY -AND: CITY r SCRIP SOLD CURRENT CRATES.U :
inJjine, :i833alreadyaniotped, q : n. Two-ttory house on Aahtey street,Dear St. No.
;. : i".. Let m onljr lo earnestnc**each.do pur bet t- powerless for food of tbemselves; > minister considersthat ,.; .. .. 't. ..7"*, r-\v''r/' Ce t-'i -' ; -- .' .- .*-Jt flS4 x, r, James HceI; pteaiaody'situated/ tot of the best seven miles 105. north DuTJawtonPJantano of MoMrufeo. ,: on rber
.29,96oOOO.'Tbe.; .
.Jt, Before God and our'con4cenc{ ;and'trffl for th*relit. charged with being factionof t V VV "" neighborhoods la the city; house Ia new,with six room*, I.roo acres, ,.jo acre rich bUUDock at Pon 0rucI:
;.y ,7f. StlUttlclRCtht .truth,both In word and,In,deed; They are besides its. own expenditure. the t SEMlUjiNUAlrSTATEMENT j. V .plenty of closets: and,good ." room; lot 52"x from river: 50 acres high shell landI. ,I jiWdtJir1 IJbIc *
disappointed ; Since feet, fence, good sidewalk.'and the.street the .
good
river
'e grumblers .toibear hS waste of V 105 haDk.-."t cf p.bout
That who tht to bo h ppri$ Suit to succeed.,. I community ; | Of TUB1- ''- < shelled in bearing a fine lot of with coo &ettk .
: grapes : young orange large '*' _
of II
assumed : be '
;___ to independent '
.
k w..t i they noSe0"
its resources s seJi. factions trees; flower and shade trees growing thriftily: good fim.he J aeert
ta by
; ; COIIIJIIaJIds vie,vf J
,
J
I 1 "' II. > fv -J = 1n. r .' H FLORIDA SAVINGStBANK.tAND REAL EsTATEEx rfficE. with ,which covered with m...
< well, back porch aDd
the two parties they have pwniou Is slln'OtlJl4ed with
_
,
.i r, :t. : ,Good Nigbt.1 .- great swung of the'CariisVs, and to l d.the war o'n -,.-. flowering T.' Will be sold cneap.r Jom8. 7S" to loo-Ia'1IWIIber large bearing oruce
*.<' like Mahomet s coffin between heaven both sides he to We immense \ : "' V' r N, B./To there that holds'1,300 gallons.in : pod. .ad a C
1 Apple blotsomi Lilt and lovely ;; points :: Jacksonvillet Floridat capitalist desiring a big thing yard; tb. dIrcW
f ; and earth.. We j are. willing itp/give 1 is a fine opening Springfield; a few thousanJ dollars aDd drained: canal fromtnnsportation sucar-hoase
trodden
wealth nuaailll .
of national 10
Opened with the damgdy, .amount I. river for
.' I wiU a now: For particulars enquire of
go great way Just
crop;
fqaaatltio
*-! .' I. Shook their faIry heads and. 'podded them such credit as they are entitledto under foot by thecontending' armies, Incorporated, ,July. 6-1874:' Capital Stock,20000. of Norton& Kooker,comei.Ocean and Bay streets. wild orange trees o,the place: the sea II tiailaa 10 tile tl

t ;v I the blocsomt p'cAhe way.. for not. being able l continue in the'paralysis of the productive powers V J J \. .', 'V No. 74. A HAKHOOMB RKIDSXCB FOB S* .*.-Six best limestone sugar is lands abonvl"-at.of Cnba, ;to which it II IuDJ equal;

:' ;.J :.. the sunihloe in the frolic.. the Republican party because they .T ASSETS.. large rooms and kitchen,double bay window on. the choicest places iD I1orid This w Mce Ia rail,ODe ci t.
'To of thei 1.cbuntryypwing tr interrupted west.Urge double parlors,double piazza on the south, u kaow ._ .
> .3Ji Itli he W pSaii bright; diffei d' .from' it' ButJli? ahe difler- and withdrawal Office Fprntturc itivt F? tures.ft! oo commanding one of the finest views in Jacksonville: for the"ar.
communications
the
pertuiae ok Je breezes to Cash Oil *hjlftd.i 111* tit illiVlIM.....4r.';,__.___-. .... 'OoS04.O :window filled with four lights ofo4ochglass and stung N.B. Do you
"*_* Laitghins,dancing,"taid Good Night. ences are 'now so small, as they are of.so many hands,Jrom usefulernploymentsand State, C<{unty and City Treasury Warrants; face value '2,496.46cash.nlue.rls8 07 I with cords and weights on pulley aDd reaching to the ofingetrees Ud 1IowvJi.want a"IIIUJ"jilta'. ..
t1 not Democrats, and as they must wish Real Estate in the city pf Jacksonville- _.........?..............__._ 5,898 is floor;with blinds all casings are finished with mould a beauti/Ul.Ioc. 7Oas6 f1Drfd.r Yoa CaD III.
'h' : Fading blorsoms pure and suinlets, be glances,,also at State County and City Tax Certificates_....'.......:.f.V.: -. :..;...;;.;.;;.. ','95 '5 1 btg and oiled and varnished making a beautiful finish; heahllMaDd within teall Mtl45prIj1.i5)wallr.ot ,
's'airoii1i&s I tobe'useful: in.aiding to secure the warJr: ;Cuba, "equally crucLjmxl! not Notes .IoRgages.secured by pledge of real estate and personal preperty of the value of,.-:' ceilings high,walls bard-finished open stain, double, OII'Which CD make it.b $25. For partfcuJ thpes.
; : ; Jr.99.50.- ._ ___ _. glaM front doors,monica kick on every door in house Norton
i it --13.316 &Kookez.
best to the ---- -- 12. .
: :Sno'y petal sadly! linger men, serve 'country, per less costly, which is turning the rich. 11R t&c;a141iAl: U ,_-;:"--___.. 60 no china closet,store-room,plenty of clothes-presses bathroom
hot bef out of to .............. ...__._. __.__.__... with from which No. A tract 0188
t ": .,'!* .P1 rlti with Ae't\'culne brecie, haps, may place suggest est c t loiy of' the' mon rcby !into ,a Uncxpircd. losurvice.. Premiums ra. i* "ao 60 : hip roof, cupola, a 'charming ug. sass: do acres deaft4 b.
J :'\'Y :>' > '-i* : ; :i.'iiii; view to to be had of the city, the river,and surrounding irock land: be&o.ltoaSc.oo..riYU
r ,' 0.. i; .triluns'Bi>aunj,ailing' e'xr/ that as. long 'as. they! are Independents heap 0 f a'.u 1.;'.U. _. f. .oial.V-----------: -__.-_t -. .. Ml_L''i_. <. JT8! oo%r. country ; three lots making 17x2094eet; good well; uf Jacboa-ri Ie. This Is ODe oIthe moss:twolailaWOl able mer
k A-;_m ,.Fairy*ng ls robed in white; they are merely a detached L14J3ILJTIES.V' young shade trees started; half a mile from post-office. fronts In the vicinity. ofJack. "iUe. WiU. ..cIi'fiIW
"
ifdcsired: -' "
.
11 For sale
; Hid mol'li.th idewy ::0'7 : at bargain.
/ = : ;S f:. h grasses.< bt.. excresence belongingtrnwleteand to The Suez Canal IndMd1 deposlts:..",._......."..?'..'. ,tt tn'r I......i....-tt t-,n-;.M-- -$24z6 *74 No.96. A large,'two-story house with.ten large No. 146. Six acres
i \ srock1was recently, on Arlington river jo d.
I nobody. Why continue in that State, ; Capital Stock paid iuL __ ...---- .; ._-..z.., 2GQO,00.i/; rooms; thoroughly built and finished in Srn.ratcstyk Florida Home
'the books of the London ''UDdi"ided.Profi.,:'._ __ ________.___ coerejwith containing the rid viaeyd, los. ale
...' ,8'P4 J by.alone and locely,. placed upon : ; 6poo pi with twelve feet ceilings;.one acre of ground at a Darga'n.No. .
i 4 .t .. which permits what is, not politically : time f .i*Profit and Los'I ctountU ._";_,_"- ;'_:::_;?..... 808 35-3*, 78 09 V fruit trees and flowers:'pleasantly 1OcateJWIthIave '
1 ? Lttivcs and blo&somi w-iihcred-<3ead, their sheer inability Stock Exchange. At'the same V UaTKoroijTAx _
desirable to exist from, STATE Or-noRIDA..t.t minutes walk of the raUroad) depot. Price| 147. Horu -Tkis >
-ri" If ',' .While the trees.seem robed n sorro., it.was stated in financial .quarters.that ; ,Duva County. | ... : ; *4joo down balance on long time Ifdcsired.V centrally located,built of the best French Wfafca.1 k
) 1 1! A
not 4 "
t .., J', 0III"lni ). to .prevent.it Why the of the work, for .' .-James H;l'aine. President of the Florida Savings Bank and Real Estate Exchange, Nd.'90. 400 acres in Orange county; one mile from a first-clan boost in every respec Fo. prk.s. sa4
t. : ** But from out the barren brancha, rather accept the definition of Macauley receipts 1873 do solemnly swear that foregoing.statement' '-,.is true to the. best of my knowledge and belic;;- Mekmviile,, Price,$5 per acre. terms apply Norton& Jtooker. -
\ ... is reached nerly .1,000,000, while i its : ; '.?: j IE.H.PAINE.PnsIdcIlt.: '
t the of
T Zil4Ir'cI1edlq ter'I'Wte. essence politics compromise : STATE OK FLORIDA .
running i 'expencesTor!he;saroe period Dun t. Call on or write to tn,and state your wants: ,
'I ._: jl opctul ofthe cooilog spring time, and compromising the differ County. j f I
amounted The dividend Sworn and subscribed before me this sjd day of April A. D. 1875. V OFFICE COR. OCEAN AND BAY STS.,JACKSONVILLE FLA
voice breathe to
t 3 -:KJi ,:, Sweet. tuned *. i iK Good -lIhl ences which led to this separation, 935,000 l. 'V'"V. --a -H.'jENKINS. Jr., &: "visitors always welcome. .Latest papers on file.-' 9-

: .'<< W**r< waiting for rte jpri"g me- rejoln"lhe" 'Republican party for a declared. and paid during, the .Correct.. .Attest: JONATHAN, C.GwzjrTreasurer.oct. . 'ssAt]l- .Notary Public.,

I Dark and drear lll y be lh,day'- grand and decisive eflbrt'jn 'the" forthcoming yearjwas ,th.r e and, hre -quarters per I _" .- .,-. THE SINGER- MANUFACTURING COMPANY'S" CELEBRATED
4. SUB wUtful'eyes'arirturntng'! ? cent. The cost of the canal was 595-; V V -

I .: :<"? ,: 1'0 tho.,5omellmc'-bra.aJ, campaign, T 000,000. Of this the Egyptian gov] A. <. ,HUSSEV. ,JNO. W. HOWELL.
-
';, ; >*n So we sinlc to rest, still trusdog SILK TWIST.
j I <.* .:] ''Sleep;:to dream of taortuaj''light! Nothing to be Gained by ReImmigration. ernment. paid $31,000,000. This V

i : ",' : ,:;When die flowers: shall bloom (1OrcYcr.v . leaves the capital of !the company :HUSSEY & HOWELL:
V J nil company now having in run operation at Newark New Jersey.the largest SILK WORKS
: As the business of the mil*
V Where we Ie'er IhaI1 Good Night. For time. past great numbersof $64,000,000. '
'L i . say some : world propose to furnish a superior article of Silk Twist .
'
-' 1of: H;V. cut-off is the increase it is WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
1.4 l1df ; German and other adopted citizensof on expectcd'that'stiH ; V : :
'. T : AT GREATLY REDUCED
Ii V dividends will be PRICES.For .
: this have ,emigrated to r : .
; 'Detroit Life Preserver. country : .
'f V. = their native lands. The reason for paid in the future. If this reduced BOOTS SHOES: ': : the convenience of the public this cefafcucb Twist a

V Alderman John..Horn, Jr., of Detroit this course of action is the present water-path from Europe to India 'is ,. SPOOlS
PUT UP ON
: V ,'Mich., who has become so famous stagnation of trade and business in the marked with success, there heed" be LEATHER ,& FINDINGS OF DIFFERENT SIZES, .

: : for saving persons from drown' United States. They cannot procure no fear'of a failure'in c such.a work The. finest'quality'being thereby offered. ba ipoohTn quantities "-
*
.
:j4 ::',' ing, made another rescue last week. work in.that abundance and .at such is completed across the Isthmus that V .A complete assortmentof New York and Philadelphia.fine V FROM FIFTY YARDS UPYA-DS..
,
divides North md.S uth America. .
prices as pleases them, and hence they '
.
I. : The circumstances are thus set forth The current' of ,trade, and commerce Goods always on' hand. V r V The above unequaled twist Is manufactured esperialrf tot the use oi all Undsofj ig aachines aad
.
their
turn ,faces towards the Old World. : for different machiae through the ccnntrj are using this twist in large .u4 Ui
I II I V V by. the Detroit, P"J'I, But are matters any better there .than which will flow l along such ,a channel ..- Sole agents'Jn. Jacksonville for Samuel Dunbar, & Co.'s .

Ii ,l4 ',fAs the ferryboat Fortune was here? Can employment be' procuredin will assuredly.make it a financial and' Iisses' and Chil ren's' Fine Shoes. ---- -- V SPECIAL INDUCEME V

V her dock the foot of national l success. an oficrcd to the trade,aB those about to purchase win So well to send Iirr'IIr price list.; '
V : coming into at. Germany Ireland more readily
%.! Goods sent mail all I"
by : rts..oLthe..State.
ii i.. i. -i i orexpressto p
IV Wood ward'avenue, about five o'clock than in the United States ? A recent ,

.. yesterday afternoon, 'one of the deckhands 1 letter from Berlin tells the Germansof They were married in. the morningand Bay Suft near Laura, JahJ1ZvjlFlu.. SINtER
THE
4 I with criminal 1 negligence, un. : this country that they.will no more immediately stepped aboard: '

; V hooked the:guard chain, upon which : find the El Dorado in Germany now railroad.train for a bridal .tour. They MISCELLANEOUS.' .. V VV. '

was: seated a fourteen-year-old newsboy' than they discover it in this nation. attracted .considerable .attention, by MISCELLANEOUS. t. '

i :named"Isidore Vermette, and the If wages have been 'reduced twenty their honeymoon ways,,and created ;:a : ; V V .A. ..

",3 I little fellow was suddenly throw per.cent. the. United, States, they great deal of quiet fun among the pas- PRESHARRIVAL IC EARN-EY's -r1V' VV
.
4 : :-0 : backward into the, river. The acci1 have fallen forty per cent in Ger sengers. In due time. be.cars.entered .or,? EW AND,FASHIONABLE GOODS V .' : .. t.:' ."N'. .VV

i V V V dent was witnessed by hundreds of many. If there ,are hundreds of idle a tunnel, and all (or a few'moments -' .. : FLUID EXTRACT '. ::-.:' : : .; :" .'. V.- j: '.

J-i* i ff people on the ferryboat: and along the men here, there are thousands in Ber wereenveloped.in darkness.. All too CENTLEMENSFAL, AND yiNrR&WEAR. '': : V '. -; $ rt:,

4 docks; but 'no one seemed to have Hn,and other parts .Europe. And soon the cars emerged into the glareof 'EMIIACutGV B UCT4U, .." V V 4., V \
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1 V V presence:of mind enough to help the the same general facts will apply to the.: .noonday .sun, and our loving FRENCH-ENGLISH. ,,GERMAN ,ITALIAN,: .. ". ', V&V

4 : rV boy,.who %struggling desperately Ireland, and _thus j it is apparent that bride' and: groom were discovered V V 'AND AMERICAN.FABRICS, The only known remedy for. 'i' ',. ." A'I

1 : in the water Fortunately Alderman neither German nor. Irish citizens can locked in each other's arms and exchanging : .. l' ;
SUCH M .
V V JbhuHorn Jr., the savior of scores of better their condition by leaving this kissesat a rate,seldom seen BRIGHPS DISEASE -.. .ft "V. ,& : .J

I : < V human lives under similar circud'J country at the present time.! There in public., The passengers took i in FINE INGS AND.OTHS.GENERAL.CASSIMERES FUNISH1NQ VEST. .. .. ': -

j t 'JSt:1Dces., chanced to be seated in: his is a general prostration lus.inessip the situation in.about a second, and a GOODS. thipoiitivtreatedykr :
the "
of
st L* V private office on'the dock, and hear. all parts of the world.- Some employ shout went up that(: nearly threw the V at ttoce'- J. BARATIER, .

., ; ing the uproar,;Iran out, seizing a life ers are.disc .rgh'lg: hands,, others, are train from the track, and 'brought the GOUT. GRAVEL' STRICTURES ,

4L V preserver plunged' into the water, andt closing their establishments. But a conductor to the scene on the double. -' Merchant TaBor.' DIABETES;: TJYSPEPSIAT 'A.G.AIVN: TBIUMPHANT

t 'i swarm lo the boy just. as his, tiny change for the better must come,, and quick. "Pass it, around," said a big ii-H-fa Laura, L Street; ,JuU JACKSONVILLE.above Bay.Street,.FLA.. :: 'NERVOUSDEBILI; '. :

3'f.i V strength had failed him, and he was when.the tide does alter.it will rise man, ."Go back to the tunnel," yelleda TY, DROPSY, 133,254 MAJORITY.

i; on the point of sinking. ,Seizing the with more'celerity'. in this country little man to the conductor. As the B.V HUBBARD, NON-RETENTION. OR INCONTINENCE jOK. .

I. victim! by the arms he .kept .his. .head than in the overcrowded) kingdomsand newly-made husband settled, back S'MU URINE. IRRITATION INFLAMATION. STATISTICS OF SWORN- SALES ,FOR 1873 :
above until line in his he.was.: heard V OR ULCERATION OF 'THE, .
4 V V water a could be districts of the Old World.. This seat to say Jacksonville, Flat V

I thrown from the boat 'Victoria, and being the case, it.is far better for our Sarah; always thought tunnels were 'jo BLADDER'AND Companies. Sold in 1873. Corapaniea. Sold in 1(73.
KIDNEYS THE SINGER_ _:_ L.. 22M'AmericaDoB..H.. ___ 14.lb
--
.V f ,. both were safely, pulled out amid intense adopted citizens to "bear.t the ills.they longer.Durn aT. .railroad .company' Importer and.:Dealer in. Wheeler &Wilson-' .__ __ 119,180 B & Howe...... .-. "3.9'9

: excitement and the cheers ofth'e have" than seeb. to avoid' ,them ,by anyway. V '. SPERMATORRHOEA, Domestlo-_;____ ,40.114 Remington Empire ., --_ 9..8)

V V! assembled crowd. Mr. Horn's 'gallant !- leaving the countryi The' latter. expedient Gro vcr&Baker _._- ,, _, .86.r. FlorenceM... -" I.gb
HARDWARE IRON AND Leucorrhoea
STEEL '
V the theme of universal l l.f' will '. has been _; or Whites Diseases or the Prostratt. Weed ._._ .-. _____. 8.M
act was assuredly be followed by \ -Democracy Gland Stone In tha Bladder Colcvlui,Gravel or Brick t"Hi |.l ---- at.7<)e> PayI .

-: V V 'praise, among all who witnessed i it.Yesterday's (. disastrous consequences and, results.- tried. ,and found .wanting. It_ once EDGE TOOLS TABLE and POCKET dust Deposit and Mucus, or Milky DisChaJgeKEARNEYVSV *.{ 5 1 Wilson_-,.., _.... 2r47 VIcto;:_. ..... __ ... JMHo..e.
( ; r . --- Mtn-w No returns Bfm ________....__ 3
1 exploit makes the total Philadelphia Times, stoodbefore.the.peopleas: a party of CUTLiR .
L Gold lIcdalM.. <. Secor.-. .._ '
ii : number of men, .women and children honor and justice. -But.it turned. Its i 3l ,
Nail, Glue Putty Glass Faints Oils Wilcox &Gibba5,8S.i tru.; J,Ev Eramctdort i.-.......'. -. .01
V .
whom- this have saved freedom ; .. ,
intrepid man Not Exactly So.j back.: _qn.: 'p fse qted'lits -

.; V I from drowning in the Detroit river We'take the (ol1owii extract from champions and became the mere tool LEATHER. BELTING.RUBBER PACKING.STOVEspTINWARE ,OUR NEW FAMILY MACHINE

VIV : just: X2o. :In' fait weather and in foul : of the. slave ,p wci. Infidelity:'. to ,'.! EXTRACT BUGHUPeniiftnentl _
: ,
; ; a Florida. letter in .,a, Troy.N. Y.) .e fKER V. PUMPS, Embodies, New and Essential P.lnciples-.SixpIifity Construction: Ease of Operation-Uniformity of PrecJH
: <
V in the broad light -of.day, and in the a principle brought corruption into its Action at any Speed;Xipaclrvf or Range and Variety o/Work,Fine or Coarsoi -
paperY Lead and cures all Dis a oft >C>U11T\
Iron Pipe / a V LEAVING.ALL.RIVALS rr.
V -
V he has evert administration When ,the' 'Nation "
::4 V pitchy darknesrof'ntght, "The news of the passage of the civil ,. : .. I '--T

,t a V been read/ imperil his own 'life 'for rights bill caused some little stir and rose in 1861,. to cast it out from shigh DOORS,SASH.BLl DS.lf *LDlNGS.SUG R BLADDER KIDNEYS, AND DROPS. '
t. T *' ,TEST SINGER BEFORE PURCHASING ANY,OTHER."TERMS .
... \ : CAL SWELLINGS / THE :
the safety of others. The new nieclal had not 'the' force bill been pending .office'of,jjover'nmerit&Ccontrol l, V .. : < .\.
: -. ,,; voted .to Mr, Horn by the .last Con. it_ was not the, political freak of 'an )1i1ls. Enpoiai(. &C. .r'I 'V. ; EASYPAYMENTS LJGHT
": close on its heels there would have Existing in DCII;wome1t and children.NO ., .
,
V 4 .
f \ will not be an undue recognition hour but resolve.of a' people jthat.hadno : V V' ".J .. .. ", V V -
tress "<
been much excitement. The' mni-| Gtu-FittingtiRo.?7o4 M"gt aaJ 7?*. ;.: G_,;". "
V V V V .nof. his :humane services. Aside from bers of theFlorida Legislature do not I : *the1 danger jto life' and health 1 "to'whjth} hesitate.Jo betrayed its trust. Its fall was .,he J M-! t H". .' i "t 1 : ,
say tjiat:jf'thc.bill was eq I t 4 CLARK'S; 0 N.T.SPOOL qOTTDV.spot's br tyentj-pye cents., '
Mr. Horn has been exposed, his pC.V forced there would bloodshed. If death: blow ,of .the, power which.sustained BUILDERS' '- : ProC Steel fays:' "OD.bottle VKeanuy's Fluid SINGERS STANDARD MACHINE TWIST,from twenty-five caots up-afl sixes and co ores .

cuninary sacrifices 'have been by no the Northern'people weredown-'here I .... .The gravel Slavery' combiDtd..L Extract V audita! .' j..ordt IIIOIe".; .a.n fl JL.8 JlI.;other t ',jI&adlua,. ACME. IIACH IN E.TWIST, icoyardapools,2 b-ascents; 50 yard o, b2S CCDIIe

4 V V means inconsiderable, Hundreds 61iJpltars' fr and could see and hear for thcmsclvesj; should. ,have bLeiiV the. grave of Democ. :'FURNISHING: MILL Price One. f! SINGER'S LINEN AND FLAX THREADS OILS..NEEDLESj.'&., .AC,
worth'' Donarjier;onIe;cr5U Bottles for Five
ofclothin"bas
>
V ; V bee p they 'would: Tpot;: jblamel,tD- '.: ut. racy.. -- D OUekTS* : '

: -destroyedbyhis sudden'-plunges-intp They are imposed poa-iaxed beyond As a political power, it should have :.JACKSONVILXlf, FUUThe ,

1$ '. V the water. A-new suit ,of clothes reason .and.I' oppressed a degree been.banished.from- .the field..of. Amepicanjpolitics. -., ,DEP0T104.'; DUANES'NEWYORic.-. ... r The Singer Manufactiirijig,, Co.,

: : ,. VV which jiehdon.yesterday t 'as eptire- But the-power ,of A Physician' attendance' V
4 ,-, ...-. V.VV, ly.ruined./*: -I paticnccxeasesjo' be a virtue.In 'evil 'oftentimes'ouilives{ the i--- undersigned would respectfuBjr the alien and give adric grajtis. to answer correspondence' $o. 172 BRODGHTOJT. ST.. SAVANNAH, 'GA.
V '
V r" '' some cases tjie Assessors ,are Collectors tlon-ot' those contemplating buudiiw to their establish. '* V :. C. A. VOSBURGH AfanaStr:
V -- 'and tions which genreated it. Slavery is me t. They are prepared to rurnlsb at short notice all V V ,
Ih'ey:qo'tipfpay over to kinds of 9su.i STAMT. K* rAjfratETS m.u '
V G :ORGE W FRAZIER
& Agent
; '
i 1 i J'
deadj ut1.\t! ripenedjruit corrupt "
I the State theUaxes: 'collected f ; but put : Builders1'Material ", FLORIDA.
V 4 V Johnny say.; 'Impose babies is ditemt the money in1 their ocket I,and, thereis Democracy, still lives to exert its cQoshUngVor V V '- I;;i7tf .JACKSONVILLE, ,

: ( from folks cos they dont no notbetterVut no reureS The ,.darkles baneful'influence oii the destiny of a TO TilE I >: -
: eervje on Rough'and Planed Lumber :, ESTABLISHED IN 1868. .
if I was' them 'y6u wudeht all juries, and impartiaVrerdict is nation. To.resist'!!;the >spreadot: its ; -

4 V V cetch me puttin everything in this i'oSSibl : 'TIi sc, "n gr9 s ire the political poison,. qQji. ( i'deljty, Mouldings,. Brackets, NERVOUS, ,AND. DEBILITATOF .

world, into iny mouths, I can, lei you, tools of white' nvihb darr'no{ face watchfulness. energy. andthorough or A.K. PERCIV h
V i y-lM.V a.u 'lifcfliw. l >iAV BOTH SEXES.
jfc .
: t tJikfi;ourn.does- Mary thats.*bc housemaid the front. They.zy.say what Ifiey gantzaiiop, onube.3partii i iowholckv Scroll and Turned!.Work, ". T. . _. ;

V V 4 she was a only' chile -wen''she* will at the Norii: but it is time to. l their country in'd: sit :ls governm'ent Saved and Kived:SAingta, Lath, .Fencing, NO CHARGE FOR ADVICE AND CONSUL V --V V V -SUCCESSOR,J,.1L CROWELL. : .,-; nV' ." 'j

t *was'td1oroettpd| .she.nse;to have dols). ,. change aflafrs'do b re." to remain in the loyal hands &c. at lowest rates TATION.V V V VV V V' ,,,.!. t.. ;, .

but ,&he (neyer see a'meat baby real .As-to a,change.being.needed, that of i thbseiwhctsave&ififrorn the deadly I V ., ,
j ; J ; : We have recently enlarged our mill and Increased D. j. B.'DYOTT. of :,
cloce iil she come ,to our> house anO attack of Democracy and Slavery. graduate Jtflirton Medica
V is lamentably true, but in reference to our facilities for executing all orders with dispatch. College. Philadelphia author o(serersi valuable works ." '. ". .
V j that girl was jes astonish ol the time the CiviV ;Rights' bill 'wt'Wow of noexcitement _. ... '- Give call before cltewaere can be-coasalud.all diseases the Sexual arJJria- : I\ .. ".
V -: 'I y::. .. .7.. / us a going .. ary Organs (which he has mode : ,. -
to see wot tab/ Wude do, and t H was I COFFINS UNDERTAKERS an especial study) .
-or .stir being created'in AND. either In aul* or female no natter-from what cause 4 V a munth fore she wude tuch I .: 'V : 4->4 PENNIMAN & CO. iginadng or of how V
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V morn this State. We have had i in operation long standing. A practice of 30 .
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V years enables him to treat diseases with success. Cures .
.day'Miry; ,she: come'a jbustia in here for se eral' years 'a 'Sta, 'Civil ": 'i; ETA' L> L.l CBURIAL, SALOON guaranteed. Charges reasonable. Those at a distance -. tu -. .

the dinin room .wen. i it was dinner, 1 Rights bill and so little 'attention is "M' CASES BILLIARD can forward letter describing symptoms V and enclosing :3n'
to
wile like a sheet' and hardly any paid to it by anybody 'that Its exist. AND. V, (The Largest south of Wathtngtou.}! stamp. pay.Iastag*. It'. .J

breth, ana"Sbe said" O, if you pleas, ence is scarcely. known. Our colored WOOD COFFINS DAY STREET,-oPPOSITE'POST.OFFICE.JS. Send fcr the J7 &rira&t.. Price ioc. V .

V I ..mum;: babby .hat :went and ct .;the people have heretofore r shown good J gIiei .; B. .. DYO1TV; M. D., r-; ,. DEALER IN -"

nursry dore very :bit, up, ol but jes sense in 'alf theSe ma'tf fand past ".,,09 ., Physician and Surgeon I 104'Duane 5c,N.r.LIVERV ""
the nob, bat wen my mothers she -i :1 < 3OOTS SHOES
experience:warranu.us in ihoping that : U.s. LEATOERAND

went to see w.ot tbe.matter it was even the..Congressional..Civil I Rights I I.x. I, I I Z 1. ,en,VJ ,SALE AND FEED STABLES V ,." V : .. ; ,,"- : rtV ;:'I.;. ,
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V / f1..r tbfr had: tuke of the. dore tp bill will give nobody in this State any .S ..,,IQ ,0_. .0" 0 '" '"; : '
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V mend it and = : .
i A baby Was' a suckin a serious trouble. :. '8' .1 .ffi ''go .FINDINGS" ," -

V V Around* paper wate. Sech a girl | :. As .to ,the jury.question,: it is true II 4, 4' I? : V 'V ,' : V V ; v.-*: lv ?i ..J: .

V V When""she' firs come, to live with us that in many, instances these. people .OF ALL SIZES AND QUALITIES. If' tj i yi.Q: ? -, _':-w-tf'. .GSIJ "V" J '.

f. .oDe1 day Uncle Ned he was a ilain.with do allow the question of color to i influence LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S ROBES. I .'.E1::4,_ i-. rr.V i' Percival's l ',Stamp," Hand .Boots. e,* .Init' .:: :t SU.oo: a
baby after Tunchcn I ; .
and he
: had their decisions but we1 have EMBALMING DONE WHEN ', Burt & ,Mears' .
REQUIRED. n. .
the ; .. ; ; :K f4 V _' ..! IU. oo
cork of
I ;.*s ki V a ale bottle a. stickin, QO >een 'many" good verdicts rend red by ALSO, r e.1 j z i. Philadelphia Baltimore .4" ..IOrOO.IV.e .

t ; B V the cork scru, and he was a lettin juries which there d : .ti < ..-.en I na Medal ,cable,sewed. ".*' :
R V bib take it in. his mowth. on ,were -majority: MARBLE AND'MARBLEIZED _. > ,[ i 'n,best an2 most stvtuh ,Uvery"teams,;io the city : :;? r.Percival's 't'''! 8 50
l Ztary .
'' f l : of negroes. 'fhe better dais of these SLATE MANTELS : I. U. can be found at the Stable of the undersigned near the Stamp Hand Congress: : .Vs-; -, : '' .','': V '-\8 S?:: .
abe in wiehewasadoinitandp '
f ': come I
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z" 0'I Home,comer of Cedar and Konytli Srreeta. Burt & '.' ,
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"SiJ i ??'Ji.f tn. Pu *.outlquick, and she ood-jurori-while.ori tProv.c: .theother.bandt SLATE HEARTHS, &c., .a.'j ': terms.Horse boarded jiad. wcU.cared for.on' reasonable Philadelphia' "' : 'u:0' -.".' '. : .. .8'50 .
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anJr3the kitchen; fas she MANUFACTURED !TO.- ORDER J; .5. ,Stror teains'for -'- V t' -- -* :. i '" .JP-wr--! .c.1*
as hauling
\ V as ever ] poTDOse always. cm hand.
I ;iCuifeTapd'brat XJncIc Ned a tumbler on mmt'be.saIdunb: re.arc.many of AND FOH. SALE Y. I' '. '. W. '*''* *Y'I'' 'J., .-,.-?Vienna. .. tV Iedalcable.sewed...,. -. .,,,. ,V',. ,:*-, ,'f- j j.. ..'a i-mm i..n''H-,.est-: .jj':.-.u ej ar-Y,,"_ Bbs* ,-"ajuiT" iff ScH:1
V them JacboaYlDc.I1a. :
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totally .unfit "both from'ijnor.ce -* ) Til \> tt 30"If.t. .
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bleeve that.rirls got any.thinker I : hwsv&SmM.between Laura sad HcvistwrG .. .'.' tPxDByioins.n.Taeiiree i.a1K'I -I: :; V IF T aD" .. ... 5 ttn. ., .V V. t..
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