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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: January 16, 1875
Frequency: semiweekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in Apr. 1874; ceased in 1875?
General Note: "Wise men accept the inevitable, but strive to shape the future."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 33 (July 15, 1874).
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THE NE\V SOUTH.. clal permits except.the State officers, cannot be convened11) to, protect the preside! 'justly. Then iBere'is".the republican the schoolroom''and: :In imagination fol-j 4 and put .the't .remainder' \_ 'your" ''' Vest; ,' cheap transportation for the people of
holding certificates of election States'against domestic violence.. The '
persons ,
vlieutenant/governor: could lowed the drum of
rolling Sherman '
from .
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EVERV! WEDNESDAY ANDOFSVSSCKlPTtONi and the contestants for'.seats. A, few. precise manner:'in'which' 'the United inje '. pocket. i Florida and the Immigrant too. .
'nLlSHED and '
SA1'URDAY" come.in at any, organize the Atlanta, the sea. The, bronzed cheek The'candidate Editor doo' '"
'companies of State militia,' and about States1' shall exercise :'the latter part.oi I 'was unable to answer, Now Mr. come to the
hundred United States this' is defined body:if he so desktd, and .be.sustained givesway: to, he pale 'aceo"ioyjilig&preacber'whoflnds : : he that
TERMS eight troops were duty by the Acts of Congress :so was damned ai,an 'Ignoramus.and conclusion in haute I am opposed

n- rfMKt,UII ir IUbSCTibII, hso'perannulll: stationed within supporting distanced of 1795 andv1807. By'the first :of by the1: pub ic n'aators:in his action. the duty:whterthe .rapidly "bounced out"..of the room, to railroads. Not so. The more: th .
Sn ada; and .. extra Py: lice.. When the hour arrived these it I is ;
statutes'
r-rwc< MOODC> "* "celled on. tim tbttp for provided that"in case But this, even at tlM''req) est'ot a caucus cannot do and therefore> shirks far Now camejhe- who better for -
I transportatIonit
dUb* ten young gentleman cheap not
to e'tC'lJ the the Clerk the of '
riI be ecIII organization of former insurrection',in'any State against the of those '. .
*cribeni. ft per annum Tea .members,bjfereluses or,neglects pleasanter than peddling a little i wanted to, into ihe I Interior fur
Wain'man I-6 Fifty House called a roll of the Representatives Government thereof shall be lawful out get. Depart- stockholders.. 1 am opposed ,. to
copies > ; ..
Twent'r -
copIa,'1",0 II.7S.eh each, ; _' I IAIWERTISNC holding certificates oi election, each answering for tho President,' the United States. to,do,'and so the at ggleo has continued.The th'eology! and less Christianity. to, drowsy nienti andhis list Was.'J1S'' follows: i ivifthej'nteriorof draining Florida and .killing" 9ft." :our. ,

IB RATES!' to'his name.; At the conclusion on''application the Legislature of such real "cat in tbcbag** has "senatorial yokels., Now, we have educated menu i ; codfish': 'looked a steamers.. '. .t tS
: of the call some one moved that Representative State,'or of the Executive when the Leg. ambit "chained) on it L frora (all : : .' '
sin.uILT.t 00 Pcr1n ,or IesV fim Insertion: o the departments in.place of practical little murky, how would you remedy it Toora very truly,, CIT .
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eacb IUborqllCllt lr SO cenlS. Wiltz, a Democrat be elected islature cannot be convened, to' call outside appearances.* The activity offihe business, men, as' and. "if I If anted P. S;-I understand the fare "from "
: 1 formerly,, weonly you : to make ham sandwich
,U pet'Inch or lea,firut. lnacrtion: each : temporary Speaker; when without any upon the militia of other- States to suppress ; i r '
.uboeqllClll WanT.irIocI'tloa$ ccS%. formal count he sprung to the platform the Insurrection TheT Act of 1807 "old body guSnTC point in that allow these.Intellectual j .Hercules, i of it? how far did, Dr. Livingston'go Live Oak: to Savannah is $ ..AOIi'It'unm

S.rim1W nrrl.eo ceI %per line. and took'tho chair, and on his own motion furthermore authorizes the President to direction.. In trutb the question'stands have their way, our,civil service will bVcome I !into the interior} ? 'Can, you tell what is Live Oak to yoo'r city U .j r"

llaMa; CASH w ADVAMC* & fco. appointed a sergcact-at-arms and employ' the land or: naval :forces of the thus:, A, portion "$f; the' conservative ,the wonder .of the world, and"th' I io the interior :ot. a jug .by .8m lltng; of ,add them and yOu bave.H. 'Driv* the:
drcADANSCARRUTII clerk of the House. United States under the limitations steamers from the line and it
same would not t
FIoriaa. Commissioners ;
members and by be believed
!! farjthelaTger ,portion, ,will tofbebelocephslSc. the stopper? Give tis the dimension of
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for ''the the be three months beCore-the'
THere the Chronicle should ,have: added prescribed nse of militia fare by rail-
= that SViltz after4' ; r havf o first'observed all the prerequisites are-in, \ ''favor. of.Meeting, a.member, ,- ,of.- J ., Now,.at lunch time: ani-' l George Francis\ ,.Train's, l interior ?' If, the road would be $20 Or 825 to Saran.
The pOlt-Omce. declaring himself of'la'w" There are other provisions that'party; 'presMM' $ ;of,the senate mated'groups-discussthe; attributes ;oi Interl&ota ul lLWh1skr'eems like

for readers will notice in thePdst- to be the.Speaker, sent a request' ,to the bl both statutes relating to) the enforcement and(, se'.t. J 1"\.. "tihi.. 'fiJ ftt .t1ie.r&e'", ;' United SUtes. H h.J) "boJ'l"J'etitt 0.-- .n.r- -- '
ttbft.Vlaws' ; tat -Ncws. ,
of
Oflice advertisement a change.In)>ost- military commandant!: $ 'li1LY1Yd theijJnitEJIt.hiut1bOe eict ,veEBSenate r :, n er;the a 1agL aaTli \ lng wouiiT.the'interior of:'whisky barrel I l' It' .iI
f5tttl
office hours, sodalso a noticepf:|he.ex| _that .ho-, woUjdvbyV. rnilitarylforoe. olear the''present CAst The',scritencos we thus throwing the..control_of!the. 'to: its peculiar lormatipu-.woiilci,have seem'like(f If,the- laws of .the United XADIS02T COCXTT. .% Jt

tnftoill bafthatTeaves on the morning the lobby of the'House the dissatisfied have quoted contain the' only 'authority statue' into ,the bands of the democrat experienced. had it been in the habit of 'Statqs rule.the entire,country, how-Is h ,I ''
FromI August 1st, to December Sist
all of Republicans.) Soldiers of. the United! given ,to the President- interfere The remaining 'portion ';think ,that' two in The li(- .
train fur Live Oak *nd points west Indulging lager beer. .Bra that we make treaties with ,the Indians 1874 114dison'IltatIon
made' the States at this request of Mr.,Wiltz, were with armed force in support of any StateGovernment. control! of the state is too' and the shipped' 2,4O4lbales .
that. The change is so as' on years large,a pods Crinoids find ,staunch de- as'lf. they ,'were a foreign power? If I of cotton.. f; TA

one hand to accommodate our businessmen marched clear into the the ball and 'did-as he re It will .be seen that.when tho,'Legislature price to pay for the election of a republican fenders,now, and,even the festive Pterodactyls Jeff Davis'Interior was full of S4 1).llies) i. Mr. W. E. Howell has presented the>
quested This
who mny thus receive their up-river interference lobby.. the was the is in session, 'or'can' be .convened senator, feeling confident that they do riot' lack for a eulogist.' bow would you get them out without. 'editor of the Madison Recorder with a

mail and respond the next morning, and first of military force an application from -the' Governor for can now elect'a democratic senator, and familiarity with the PleSdes displayed waking Jeff up?' .turnip weIghing'nine pounds! "' -i 1 '.' }

the office will be kept open regularly till and was stidted'by; the Democratic aid is sufficient. at ,the.,.endof,, two years democratic i which is absolutely astounding, and the This; chap didn't know anything'about ."bTXAM COUHTT.' ', 'I. '< "" ..;: '

6.30 p. m. to convene. those who. .cannot quasi Speaker.-ED. NEW SOCTII.] And yet, according to Mr.'Phelps the governor. TQ ,the first, named, class Iguanodon has ben praised with such the'interior l "'so, 'of course, he was unfitto QUite a number of families'' han

conveniently call during the.day. The.Representatives'were 'sworn in; Legislature not only,"was not convened) rumor.seems to point as being'.most, in epicurean gusto, that I bad 'ft 'wild'idea' go i Into that deartrnent.. lie made passed up this season and bare settled {.

The aim is to extend all the accommodation when a be motion'was permanent made, which that,'amidst the organization the but in the existing condition, the onsetT'ati'es far with those'who, 'are trying to 'arrange It'was some sort of new anklet drink his exit with a ,profound* bow'' , county settling :'
possible, !leaving: only scant greatest confusion and without any count, \ persisting' in ''disobeying"the -compromise e"betvvetn'the parties, until my faithful ..Webster1' undeceivedme. thumb to bis nose,the fin ersg.: rt1y! vi with, a good, class: of citizens. 'It milT up:-.,

time for the official reports and the forwarding was declared by Wiltz to be carried, and requirements the law. and the Republicans for, so,.far, no .flni..effort has :been But enough of this. We all recognize brating. ,be that Putnam will ''become'the b uuner'county '

of the multitudinous mail so Immediately, by his direction, and in the unable,: on account' or the made by the, 'republicans to effect ,a the beauties of the Commissioners. The candidate :for the, Treasurypartmentjdisplayetl De'l on the St.Johiu.-Palcttk Heraldi t

ordered from here, and, at this season, midst sworn of into perfect office riot without the contestants examinationor were open opposition: the> Democracy,, to solution of the trouble. On the other Let me give'yon a 7 faithful -report of an such. an ,airy rpOsseSsion ,It !Is",with sincere regret that.we reM' j','

amounting to from 50 to 150 letters: daily. decision us to their right.'arid attempted organize the House;. according to law, band it"is contended, that Acting :Governor. .examination I'wtnesscdanhl: tHen. If you lhat.the examin cdct rmin- the death .of :Myron Strong, Esif., of.
San :Mateo. He died '
LI to take their seats forcibly excludingthe they followed,the example of Mr:\Viltz, Stearns, does, not Desire, nor will fail to fall,-down in.,mute adoration.of ed,to take him.down by making'public .the 16ih, of consumption.on Wednesday Mr Strong, *

Our Tallahassee Letter. Representatives who held certificates and called in the assistance fthc mili be accept the 'position of senator; ,butasyetl the beauties ofthe ,system j :I shall set example.,o ,bim., i was a. native of New York State, and .

Ko one can read our Tallahassee let- I of To election.quell this riot thus occasioned bya tary.' When the Report, of the Committee have not been 'told 'by any one i you 'down as being fit for,treasons, 'Young man' ,".said he, ."\Vl t is the bad.lived l in our county'about b'yeari, ,

tor, from a sound Republican and a conspiracy uf the Democratic membersand come in,i it is to be hoped that that he has said be would refuse it. strategems and spoils. 'Tw s 'a'calm, interest on a. pint of molasses t.efx. percent and He was contributed a man of talents and,education,nrtf-':
comments many interesting ,
shrewd and sharp observer without the Democratic contestants to secure will,be made according. to the Should a democratic president''. of,the ; still night and the moon, shone, bright per annum ?** Thirteen cents I cles upon the climate and productions;

some apprehension of the political fu the control of the House by brute'fUl'ce, facts. J. senate be elected, and there probablywill no, it wasn't either; It was 12 ofclock m., was the 'ftns et.. ''How, how;'how do of Florida, and, what is better,'was a :

ture. It I is to be observed that at pres- ihe Emory Governor the presence requested'of a squad of of, General UnitedStates' The: St.. Augustine .Po'stffice.. be;there is'still a long lane to when from my hiding place 'I watched you make: that out?" said the astonished good.* the wicked Christian' ; ,and ,has g 'oif whera;|

notwithstanding the existence in troops. An pfficer appeared in travel ,before, .the senatorial!. ':l ciion is the awful! ,sacrifice, begin. There, 'ere chief. sent
The St. Augustine speaks thus \ the weary are at r t. PalaLta EtraldNAS3AV .
the State of a commanding."Republicanmajority : the hull: with a': few foldiersj; and commutilcatcd paper reached, and the truth,of. jthe'old adage present candidates for .admission 'into the'watf in substrai-t the-tin measure -I .
pleasantly of the transformation being c of upwards of 3,000 votes, his'fI'J'rs to' the presiding that "there's many a slip twixt the cup the War;, State, 'Treasury and Interior and put the; six' per" cent, ia your "
officers, to the cficct that the contestants worked in the pos -o i e there under : THE ROCK!W Ar.-Tbe steamer Rockaway -
and the lip" may be'realizedjlours Departments and most of them were pocket" The.chief shuddered: but went .toJ
seems to have practical Cameron which is
neither party should not btv permitted to take forcible the energetic and intelligent l supervision Captain ,
ballot. this truly AMERICA.K very smart and Intelligent lookingypung on. run between.thi* and Palatkii In
control of the joint Why possession of ;scats until their titles to of B. II. :Camp Special Agent; of the .' port ,
should be so, '4y| we should, with the the same were" decided by the House it- Post-Office Dcitrtments ( S.-P rm'anl arrived. last, evening. men'. The exaroiuers.were. tbr'een 'If you had a'relative who'was to fall connection ''with the steamers of' the i
eel f. At the conclusion, of this statement Everybody i is congratulating him number, all elderly men, and iu\:tl a would New York and Fernandina Steamship1.
well know Republican aggregate majority Mr. Wiltiarose made 'TI E'ros':vrica.If'a upon into ;i .ktnei'of.syncope, how, you Line, arrived here onTuesday.last, after,
; a public- '
I now be forced to the alternative ngainst such' iriterlerenre; and I left protest the first clr.ss l and perfect'post-office- the recovery of his. *bi1d f* .r: deep,' earnest and concentrate4 gaze bring him to?" ."Whybysendingforhis'rnotherInfaw. ; a long and tedious: voyage, during
Stearns to the Senateby which one has often noticed in the eyes .' ,M W bo disco ed which she encountered the severest'
either of electing' hail, being followed by the Democratic is any attraction to a city St. Augustine : vet
giving to the Democrats the possession members and the contestants. Alter can furnish 'f such"an': institution." We i. Our Washington Letter!. of'&n, orphan mack afflicted; with the the tars?!' "1'did l, when. fell on the weather, having to'rut: into pen'1 twice, rat

they hulIt'I\, the'(:lerkof the old House wcre' surprised to ,see>the n \.' tting'up I the, inflammatory rheumatism. Tb'eyhad '* Norfolk'Va. and Georgetown N. C.,
If the State government, ur of rctniiiing WASHIXQTOX.Jan. 8, 1875. ice on Urn back of my .head* "It you The Rockaway is a little,' trim-looking
called the roll, when'fifty.four members furniture, and general arrangements of
the political control: of the State holding certificates f election rcponded the ofliee. The work reflects the highest. :I ,was very much pleased, and surprised undeveloped stomachs' a sure signor had an uncle who* wanted ,to commit steamer drawing only four feet of water -

by consenting to.the election If a Democrat to their names and took their scats. Being credit upon all concerned, and'can challenge 'to_reid in one of our local papers, their blue blood and aristocratic, lineage suicide,'and swallowed some fire crackers and will start on her regular root

to tlw United States Senate it a majority of the whole' body and a l anything in thnt line to be found) recently, .that. the Civil ''Scr'flre'Com" -; one of them was.' painfully 'bald, and quicksilver* for' that purpose, early next week. After'completion Amelia river oft

must he li-fttd the two "offieial 01 CJ"snto" legal quorum they proceeded to organize anywhere in Uncle Sam's hands. The mission would shortly convene to examine and had a nose of .such an audacious what ,would".you :dor' "Pd have the the will draw-bridge use the inland over she
c by the election of Representative office.will be ;finished in'a.. short lime, carmine, that I instantly set him downas channeJ.erna7t.i
owned and controlled by Stearns, to ex candidates for_clerical appointmentsin fire crackers discharged ;the,quicksilver dina Observer, .
lluhn as Speaker md the other regular when we shall take pleasure in'noticing "i IN.)
plain. officers. Ituih branches of the Legislature the subject at J length and give dctailotl the various! departments. Now, I reformed temperance lecturer striingtomake'up would take care of itself.", "' ',

Why VTid papers: und,-r the'contrnl'of being thus' duly inaugurated, they description'of.a, p st-bfficl that compels have ,the, most intense respect for this for' lost' time. All.were '"Whom1 .do'. ,'you* consider ;thel*:three Getrit. .Sm .. '. p ".';.-'to""? ,? _

Gov. Stearns, in the first instance, while; received the Governor's annual messageand the, admiration. ,of,all., body of noble patriots; whoa putting gentcely_dressed, bull was,much palrieii smartest men In}the countryr' '!'Why,' The name of this great man and phil*,

receiving their support from Republican, ) proceeded to hl.inrs aside with stern' harid the endearmentsof to observe that one of them had lost all' yon .three..al /)i4et i \{foid duffers,',ofcourse. anthrppist is now added 'to.the long*
This is tho whole stury, according to Our,Tallahassee .Letter.'TALLAHASSEE of illustrious dead for> 1874.-
his catalogue
back eth'Now .
sources, and claiming to represent the the reliable infornil\ti..n in home, the:illurenichts of beauty, and ;- .!'' . '
most our pos- I lie;'Spent the Christmas holidays with
Republican. part, exhibit a most malignant K'shinn! derived, from official sources. ;Jan. 18; 1875.' everything else that'is s'icei and lovely] ," said the; wisest' looking one :,.AIJ f! brother' one1/iL vo'ry fine young i friend id New Yovk, and .jt w.ta atthe aj,i

and persistent opposition to Republican Of the 'Cbugrus&ional'Committee, who Editor Kcw South: The first week of dcyote their time 'and talents to se- of the three to .candfdate'No., :1T "l'J/un. manjnde'6d't! 'IJe is" a "little, 'kbrnpt .in I house of,this friend that hediedbnMon, *

candidates fairly nominated P Thisis were in the city and actually were in the the session of the: present state )1 gila- curing the service ofthe Governmentthe drrstand you \Vis ,become.a.." clerk in hj* ways, out. 'hia.perceptive powers Ire (day the"28th nit., full of years 'and 'of

a .practical .question that all Republicans hall at the time of the double organization tute has passed away and before the mo.t astonishing clerical l ability the this department, and the balance of the very 'fine," and ,he has passed a very wisdom.fatal attack Up sickness to the on moment Monday'of morning the/!

are asking. and that many refuseto 1 of the House, the..New York Tribune commencement 'another. I will under- civilized- or uncivilized world has 'ever committee desire that"-I should do the creditable xam nation,'" and so be'was he was enjoying unusually good

answer by admitting that any Rcpub-J recently remarked : take 'to make a record of what has known. Tears 'ago. I read 'with bated examining.' I shall ask you only plain, appointed, J(1 a,tirs .l iais' position in the health, and remarked on that morning

jean Governor could possibly enable Congressional Committee now transpired for the information of your breath,of the Pilgrim fathers, landingon I practical questions bearing directly.upon Treasury Department. I that he never passed a more pleasant

any to solve, ty proving a contract 'investigating J..uuiilimlntTainill'e gone 1 readers and for, future reference. You Plymouth Rock and 'there; kneeling ,the duties you would.be required to per Now, ,gentlemen, the, above i is a fair! night.his' articulation Even while became he was Inditinct..lus speaking;*

eIther that Stearns should go to the about their work in a ',ustnc s-1ike way know it is sometimes pleasant though down upon. the hard 'altars' of liberty. form." Jbein.I What is the.dateof. sample l of:what the' Civil Service Com-! head drooped, and he was born to a bed '

Senate and the Democrats have controlof that gives promise of thoroughness, und not alwaj t, 'for some participants after whose jagged; points cut their knees to' the capture of Holland by the Dutch, mission amounts-- to. It is not overdrawn only murmuring the words"very weak 'P,

the State government, or that Stearns tUition must win from for both their political report 'respectful parties.. at. a political battle hilts .been': fought to,sit the bone, the "a6foC their trousers wet and what was. the 'number of the force ,one. :bit,, and,,yet there are some,: and remained'unc nseions tilt his de5tb,:

down and con over the part that each dew their homes engaged ?, i in world who d which occurred In a short time. He was
this
should receive luture reward for consenting In the Tribune of January Cih, an with ; consecrated new people say,they ?n't! native orNew'York. b born
one has borne in the'struggle, and note to liberty; witchcraft' baked' beans'and :"%vhy,.really sir I am unable to tell," like bash I' YALP a having
to the election. of a Democratic article appears from the correspondent : < : in Utica in the summer of'1793V and bad
the different of J and said the'.candidate much < -. ." I '
Senator. of that paper, recounting interview degrees Royalty' rum., All examples of self-sacrifice and looking very1 consequently reached almost his 'f9ur.score '.
fidelity displayed. heroism 'make blood leap in kyveini. puzzled. -J. TransportationAgain.ioil years." Having been left by his
There is nothing in the Go"ernor'srecord with Mr. Phelps, one of the Congressional my '
that will such As for the progress towards anything : 'Lconidas dying bid ep !In'thebl6od ""Mri, Brown,. he is unable to'telL Did BAKER. (JocSTr:, Jan.,.'1875. 'I father in possession of a. Urge estate,
warrant any bypotlwtJi Committee in which I hu; that: .
says i much o( his time was devoted to the
looks like real such Editor New South:-I have seen,volumes ]
that business nothinghas ancient' 'Fenians John oversee ignoritnceMr.Jones.'i
and the most consummate ass Mr. Phelps characterized the Democratic of the ; yon management of his lanl'' Still he found
been accomplished the organization the'Y rglnia scaffold Both of thesa:gentlemen lifted their. written. on cheap transportation I ,
nsiwt help sec that political infamy organization of the House to have ', except. Brown i stepping, from. up time to take a deep-interest public
of the house. This was into" immortality the Spartan youth" hands in holy horror.- Well sir, J>will with much'action. ; and I noticed Iaof' affairs, and was one of the, foremost
And of the ;
icr&oaal danger most undoubted .- been illegal. This is what the Tribune'scorrespondent 'I
chanidcr must instantly follow commenced on Thursday last by the eating the fox's vitals1 1et thang giveynn; 'a list o( the other questions; your,jyaiuable'paper tb.c'' Gtbinst. an workers in everything which promised

reports; election of Hannah, of Washington and can-retire into the next room article l n'Jhe,concentration: capital i in good results'to his fellowmenMMvJ
the voluntary selection% of either course. hungry) {(Seymour declining a president you The cause of the slave was'one of the

If k Republicans in the Legislature organized Touching'by the the legality Conservatives of the House as county, as' speaker.;' Hannah ,was for that 'nomination ; the boy standing on while'we are examining'the 'other: candidates Georgia, in relation to- the Port Royal questions to enlist the sympathies

hoop. they ran rdtin: control of the ) he had in his speech last night yesterday under merly elected as a democrat, but 'as he the burning deck when' there ':was ," which was as follows: fWere railroad that might, profitable to'the of Mr. Smith .and in the year. ,1825 fid

Legislature but the eiiou& farce the excitement of the (occasion given voted for what Is :known as the '''civil! a chair right' handy! are 'mere 'scenic the canons of the church rifled or smooth people of Florida. It appears that the identified himself with the Society;for

of voluntarily now. MiU-ol his opinion, and reflection had not rights bill" at ''tho'last..5e'ssion', ,he was acts, but must look 'dim and lustreless bore Who struck William Patterson 1. Georgia railroad loaned tile Port Royal J the Colonization the Africa.of emancipated Some negroes ,
yfelujng
jwlitiwij changed: it. It'was illegal, ,and for this I by that and taken "" the> dinner- Where is the Fischklmuky river situated railroad .company their credit to help upon coast mem
.>f Uic Slat goveiitoieot to the Jeitio thrown over party beside the sublime sacrifice hen of this Society hoped to effect the
Louisiana has statute

Ho is therefore who their the battle,of, .Hill 1, Who freight'solow, and at the same time civilize the
ty of 3,000 fstes and H Republican ma nan &'r In'wldch the House shall organIze the ..republicans. Service Board make'and draw at Vinegar '
Africa the influence of
|Jority on leghlatiruJoiut btlbt caa ul s lj itself Tho Returning Board hands known' here 'as a liberal democrat salaries of $5,000_ 'per a nuin' with'lhe, stole Micky Murphy's, lame goose? in, orderjo get. business> turned from;its race those in sent back through..from 'America., It ,is
iu returas the Secretary of State.j, TheSecretary and) his 'election cannot be called t Who comIl1arided'ihd' Black',Horse Ca natural channel::-Savannah and Charleston -
be enacted at the perU uf the actors. a m commendable, pnn tua'ity' probable that Gerrit Smith became con-
of State takes these returns, '
Whoever drops all personal eti& flfld and from them makes the roll of the triumph for either ,extreme of the republican ,It ''is sad, very' sad, the; manner l in : valry'at the first Bull Run ? How far is -that it;is about to ruin tail hands. viused that this was not the way in
Wisconsin river navigable for stern How,abontonr' Live 'Uik; junction? A which to destroy slavery in this country,
private **tit.hlosistor the common good House, Tblt roll is given to the clerk or democratic parties. Of which, these political:cherubs have been:. '
i form he withdrew from this Society
the list witb this roll the wheel rafts ? Vbni i is p'roper. I can't perfect drain ofall middle! Florida, and 1835
of the Republican wll( rcciire the of Ifoufk'and course this recnlt was brought about by maligned ,and made fun of.Sarcasm : and the American Anti-Slavery
dvk rroirh far party worth having clerk calls tbo House to order nod pree'uks' -! the action'of the most liberal of the and invectives bave been burled at themin eat bread or I cannot cat bread ,Name in, -fact the east and south', too. from Soeiety.4and joined from this time on hostility
more
at the organization.' That nothing :hold doses. the four States that Invented measels ? Jacksonville i and Fernandina. It was the institution of slavery took thatf-
than any Senatorial prominence .obt.2m' may La jta&cn by intendoient. the'amt8 republican party,.'as they the bal- anything but! homoeopathic to
'Russian RmbaSsat.1or's'ame fostered by the public lands of Florida, radical which suited the moatearn-:
* backward off to the ruin of our1'own. s"e ports, 'aDd est agitators of that period, very
tires wbo&o naiaes'arB upon the roll, and conceded that Mr Hannah will scows, simply because'nature- her en without taking your coat? whom like Mr. Smith the *

Louisiana.. they only,ehftll take part in the.organization make as air a presiding officer for the deavor j Jo make them'''look a s' wise as "Why, gentlemen,'? said, the. candidate the ;transportation" !irnerchant and f sors of were great, wealth.. posses-.(iI' .

The history of Ibe wganfeaUoo of.the Con c"/ulrc.tf the House.forcibly; but'ycsterday supplying' the the republicans as c utd') have,beenDelected they really''are, made 'their foreheads ; "I can't t answer: th questions. planters anything but satisfactory One ot the most benevolent and notable

rank's. That down J the back'of their but I have,tiie''f ry high st.testimonial almost a prohibition to .immigrants. acts of Mr. Smith's life was, his gift
legislature b&j' been so distorted and Clerk by a Chairman pro 'tern., in defiance front the: democrat, astralght'oof extend 'way ,of *
'thfS" in tract
believed that road of of Iandr
filly
And it ja"nbw' 200,000 acres
< represented jwio '/a1'8 iwpreg- of'lbii'cvpness provision swore io ( republican was! not elected necks. They are,not to blame :for'this, as to my ability.served.allthroughfji.e; ( acres to people regardless of race
& Gulf with. poor
'3oi i ia regard to the wfcoje] jaaUur *adsoto five men as members whose names were I owing-principally to the want of unity 'and. I it c either be remedied'or utilized ; war,"have been'Cashier a ,bank .and the Savna,4tlaniiq ,. our or color. By this giftit is probable that
on' roll and admitted them to" kil theCharleston'an
ti\8 ri 'much' of exfeltefl talk not the in the, election of Speaker I of action ong.that party, On ,iMday remedied by getting the head half-soled, held 'numerous" Other' responsible pos!- assistance are ;trying;, |r off' four'thousand men, together!with their'
very -
_Ild (wMog.: So much f ts thl$ the paw Mr.to participate Thelps had heard that the Republicans tbe Iwusfl completed its organization by Utilized '.by bavin'gi\ > owner's"; monogram -' ti9Ds,; reJt> "Great\Go'd\ what does J cheap
that had organized their Legislature in I t-lcctjon, fmprih&d: th'ee n'ln'Jetters of blue the'f fellow"mean f We care .nothing only, jxmrce" '
a .5traigk! forrard ajpd oonectedMoount the of minor officers among bousehoTfd 'furniture to this large, gift 'of land. Mr.. '
of the natter, UiUn from tb'ahloCn the same fashion;.ami,thus set a precedent which Iluiroon, a republlcanjAnd: 'former aria"gold., rThey fb'aVe 'been:s'heered "at about :your testimonials or, whatyou:, ..J{bat..have : Smith gave liberally ofhU money&&**

Chronicle and other ware but doubted the propriety break of urgIng abe' cIerV waj fleeted i chief:; 'clerk I ,. 'ani i1] 'being .Dear relatives of; that distlngifibbed bav 'ibeeo.' 'Tour- !inability to .answer horsesnn'du, wagons, family}implements, the poor and needy, and to all manner"1"
thai' !* Democrat might. arC &6., tjyj. arr4ingpassepger' days 1 thit'ou -
odeservlngcharities. :
vitkoyt Iqtereitf law if he could a Republican ,had JJynum A Democrat, a8 i n.t'cJerk. anfmal that d'the controversywith these simple questions'shows. :
prove J in the week the entire distance from Ire Smith was especially the champion f
it claimed that t (mod; ,C 1. Baa) It utterly .unfit for the position jp'n'ask, ;
Thf Siute,Ucmrnfng Board of broken it. Besides was O/loursb the 'politiCAl atmosphere baa 'our old: m. Jacksonyiil&'for the of the largest liberty of opinion and act
UQ4 iu' mUCcale of ejection Luts the Ecpublican Legislature l referred io Jj Jen filled' with'rumors accusations has bien sajd't&at i they were' -loE; of and we will excuse your.furthe ,attend- Savannah' pitifulsOni Ion. lie was exceedingly toleranVhim-: .

*. & State Seuatera and Representavw was organized previous to the passage of selling but, &c., bat (M result, as slnecured humbugs;" ignorahfc of the anne upon this meeting. ;' of $2'-5di our railroad'demanding, self of everything not grossly Wrong
wbe iaW Uoa.r aCur a most la- of the statute referred to. This statute stated and that the '''The, next candidate was one'who tie and I suppose getting one dollar from and oppressive and charitable in his interpretation -' ;
seems to meto have :ben unavoidable uesi16pithey'propoI3flde
PpTi90i ,canvaM,. to have bceo was of 1872; that J gUlaUjre vis of Jlred-'an ap'noihtnjentjjn the Departmentof Live Oak to Jacksonville, say ninety of the motives and acts of .,
.e] ,A majority of these were RJn $- 18C8i from the:commencement. No whole;systefli' was* farce_ apd i huro* miles and'then of' men-claiming for himself the right of'n
'cnarge'one pur own
the.list!. handed! him r'.(Ads .
.. several or tho on? of ibe republicans whale ambition bud'a4 ihoijid be, abojjibe _at' :ti a ELate;and : free he enough to
: ; EepreeenVC And jet aCLff ,tbns! tfvloz. from, Mr.Pbelps % ; people,81 to the City of ,iherjt1-on/ opinion, was large
di trictc the DmoeriUccandidatts( accused Now al1jheao follows; 'i i concede it to -
eonclusivevWeiec. of the impossibility caused them, to bold out can, be earliest iposUble moment. .. miles without-querulousness;
notice ol their intention W4S it who 'wrotea -I'mean \Mwln-just nineteo last of to : be .
pve
to, contest "What tatltfpoel them. He was the men
yerypaln.ul
(.buIDg tha Koje of Mr. Utih'selectIon things were course,
W :of 'convenlnff the LegislatBrw" q ,cause. ,, ,
seation the ground that; liey. and pii e'pni' p'fn'.ib&l1Dont. \ Give us II''we really want cheap'transportation bound by mere party or sectarian obli-
and t
'tbe Republican vandldate6 bad been In jaccord&nco 'with 'Cons ltutlo aJ : ( to tho'liprlghtyhonorAbhi patri. ? inak'iDgrgoosflbcrry' WIIYIIt.encourage those noble'steamers' gallons and in those respects, as In (
Tbe f. ''jfn-tbe senate the' deadlock still con otic gentlxynen'who this board, a, receipt, i for. pi??i I should be '
of all vf compose his
these kept
idmisbion the State the In 110thers, memory
of, Tribune ) .i t/ity Point and: the
provisions Jbjff and tba JCtator':. o ,
J toG
>BUttanU; to seMi would change theeiltk.J in- Unues. :'tbm''iI' to day 'diiring' the b,t;: 'with'' the 'Sternnlss of t&e :aaeientRbhians. If you :Ld thag ut J Ja yoat and in tbe'h arts of big'countrymen"' ; ..

{? character of UM Houett and of the same paperassulls the necessary ,week, the twcDty-bJur i and ; 'dangj'tb: ;their i 'trnst'' t ndwnj.not ibehfVllno. fjanftej haftidy.'what'woold l Fernandina line,.that,they,may liy; His life was continually graced by J(
,ie whole, Lejjislature when In JI oPt ses LervfitUon ihe military I thus: past/ .grave thy;; ;. RrponZtltjlVM\ 'raade 'IhjjjMtof prosper and put on more just like them, special acts'ol benevolrnce. In the.01(1'll&Veai
''w -I reverend senators bave,faced each other 'abandon':Jt,;at. &o,\will, \ ,tel the you ptf? ,
aiding
thuI, enabling thy DeimwraU The cases in,which the:President may ftlseteethiWt was stolen'Ircm Helen. i'cd, aroii iLbtt 'p ple of Florida to days he was-continuous in.
*** a United I and of the United and solemnly. voted for Aiready, inTUwyariopsjd; bound with them
? States Senator of their own I U e the army navy president pro populace. ; those in bonds as ,
ho Fernandina :steamshipline
juUcsl.MUu) The Senate uit' _nil ''ir: Slates in the support of a''State Government f.''wftliojil; irrivifagti' '*'choice, 'The pa tmcnts; :can be',HCI' the:uJgbtye-, it the S&Ckl.ngid'l! f toy ? Where,is thagosscbildl support } andrfedeemed many a poor fellow'from

ranikcl...out,di *tarb.rioe.. .J3eforeUieeW1iersof : are clearly.defined,'and. the 'eter- wholalJ6t.onJeaco; ,side .has been gone yqlufwn,wJIcltbeivhl\ Service.Beform .If'a'wan :slob r-nm- and I build pp ,our ,owa' sea'ports. If the condition of a chattel. ,He took; a.-'

the Uoo e wet, boirev, 'ciso of the JtrAVe're nslbnitylntrustedt 1 b'relli'f .prayerjoeetlnfcyooldjopput cu t ltalists see that I the Fernandina line good deal of stock In tho .underghrand1'-'
\\o( has. Izal aomplIahed : cripiedd1er
with and thern
t.DUChpa4ng! an atteiDDt tii create a ,riot him 1 is'guarded with the most 'jealous through Hoon//> : J fi'teia p'n aVsonce,"or' jeltaT} ] makes beavy profjt at their liberal l"rats. railroad. flegavetothepoOr without
W we.interest oi the cont -BtanUf if tbe: car. The Federal Constitution makes been abhi'io 'cs;; _the dedsiro .vote ., ,whose ooelb;was so'R n t( i \ wflj b topfltop distinction of race or natlopallty. I landj',
FPuiapp wpq4| ooj ,to: rtftralned from Itthe4nty of "the United1 States" to t from'' ,the;' rpOl "" ''party; To"'castul to our daintyso ef, has given waytothe' : the police How ;,old was MiUoo:;;wteRbQwrot oif frel tiht.,they ,oot, ?.panting ins thousand In taocea. illartrftU'drln.Ijfi '

werferwioe. ftt Ube iqaert,.f the 'Govf .' guarantee to, every State Inthe Union. observet'the'qu stIoieene, ;; 1.; of f aojiit1on.o :,schoo1masl r "student,'who. ;'dar- *" the, Sword t Bu&kr) 'IU1J ? other boats and.,even .hdp bnil4 ntifat'nn" ,l practical wnysttibe-

"% ft 'Urge poUt| :, fa*w;was stationed a fe republican form of government and, J. Hariri ,I "the'w r'lJftlJ z .r.Jto triMiepo,4 What''njstes1 a' flea's.breath .melso.seepY ,! sultsbl 'oa to run to Jnek'sonvHI,andthete.ulUplIptty.oj" .'TOtonco.of his heart and his efise'jof;
*'**'* 90nd the State house with'Ini "6n application of the-Legislature or bf there,certainly 'lJ .,. i" '.; ,,; 1 ,
DrId1O bj
: .
*WQJ J&.f Jo: '0 :t V honest nen on'felthf rsid4! who wouJdJ, PfW tfrp peqlopi( edge,ojed 4O'.I' i Dg h # : 'f : i ;, ',; e j ; { 1'. ; ,:h' li J'r'' ..'>'H.' ;
U? ; .! etJnHH: {J" jeD Jisl !,dJlt'H; 1..-IW'lIJ' t- "'fHrt nd .IUr'(4* fan '111',1';11plI }.ff'H."Iq; io'I .."'Ill ". ; ;I/ 1 t.',4' th.I tin to I-"JI'. 'ti> ,.'t-j! .i .1! ?If.* *, :hPK ihlw, :t" t;': ; .":' '" f7'&i! it' it ; 'il4o'o
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f"l 4 THE NEW sOUTH : WEEKLY. JACKS NWLLE: SATURDAY/JANUARY 16" 1875. Jrir I

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from Florida in 1863. promises gradual yet eventful increase, aid, him, and at what order
Notes
1! 1 THE NEW SOUTH. cratic side of the House declared one rights of a sovereign state as ho would finish for the interior of bouses and is i/beautifully situated on the river, anti they shall share the benefit and lIe
1t\t''' Trezevant elected Clerkof tbat bethinks often used for that As indicated BY H. T. WILLIAMS. also
nominattlllnd with a nomadic tribe of Indians purse when refinement and wealth have made decide*, unless the captain
;'' : ; .,\ I J. S. AnAM! the House. Mr. Trezevant at once had stolen somebody's bag and by its name,' tbeod is of a recolor The cities of Florida are but few innumber their impress on the adjacent country whom the wrecked vessel l shall selects to

..:,' 1 t 1 tL ".B.I.CIUITH..o. VURNMUK. } ADAMS, CAR RUTH &CO. prang forward and occupied the Clerk's baggage. and without the first idea of admitting of a beutiful and all of them limited in population ,this place will often many inducementsto signed. Then the whole matter be is coo.

j' ', \f," -----_ linir, amid the wildest confusion over His dispatch shows and when worked into furitur cas and wanting those evidences the immigrant. There are several for legal adjudication; the left

,,: ):. J. S ADAMS. EDITOR. he whole hou e. Wiltz, then again, on this. His haste to interfere, no matter logs, doors and mouldingsand it I' which characterize a city. St. Augustine hotels hare, and were generally crowded salvage is determined by the amount of

; '''".: : another nomination from the Democratic who'called on him, i evidence that he is very elegant and wi carry its gloss situated on the Atlantic Coast, ;i'the, place has easy access with St. each party shares therein as court and
tt': TO CORRESPONDENTS AND OTHERS. hide of the House, declared one Floored supposed his role \ to settle what was almost equal to but'wiLb1 it is thirty miles below the mouth of the St. Augustine by railroad from Ticolata a by the wrecker who first Doarded promised
elected and oidi-red the solo business the to difficult to work. It remains for the Johns river, is.tho oldest, city ih the the
legislature
4. Items*f Local intercut are nolicitcd from all pan of iht Sergeant-at-arms- few miles north.Fcrnandina ., wreck. The award averages about
I 1 State Alwi, of hat a number bf be "white oak" to maintain the t State. The material of which the houses one.
: .' cmmunicton tubject general assistnts :ppintel1 settle.It psitio-n and Cedar Keys, the termini tenth of the value'of the property!
:- jntereit1 ocUI nd'nJustriiltopics. d saved
: I. t Correkpundenu thould mak,their Idler as Instantly a large number is evident that Sheridan went to the forest that the "horse" are built are take'n from neighboring of the Atlantic Gulf,Railroad i pos and the COmmlgSI.onI expense fa *
I :'::4 f brier* the Ucu and dnm.tns.lll prlt. throughout thu hall, who had been admitted New cleans to keep Kellogg in power, animal kingdom.The island and consists of concrete sea-shell. sess" no special interest beyond their swell this to about! one-sixth. There
:'.\: We are respomiblc; ro opinion* by our on'arious such and second effort "oak timber" trade of this city is i in its and is
I. 1 {L correspondent n *. exlote neither pretexts, as reporters right or wrong, to any The city unique appearance, commercial advantages, which are des annually wrecked and brought into Kev
". "' be returned preserved.Rejected An''moU contributions CU !. and members friends and specta- that it was necessary to make to-organ- I amounts to many'millions of feet annually unlike any other in America. On every tined some day to be very great. West snout $250,000 worth of prc-port/
I '1 rill not L noticed. orp, turned down the lapp ls of their ize the legislature] in hi interest. So, the demands of the different lines side one sees and Js impressed with the The only other places of note in Flor which leaves some $$200,000

,' "', 'i \1 coats, upon which were pinned blue rili- then, the army is to used to assist of railways for, bridges cars, buildings, conviction that ,its founders were of. a ida, are Tampa, noted for its superior vided among captains, crew, wrrcken be d

'l .' '.., Prsident of the State Senate. hon badges, on which were printed in political parties, not to promote peace etc., are simply immense. The city' herself class all traces whom have long since climate and healthfulness, and the culti- wharf owners, lawyers, auctioneers!
The
I' ;: ,: Just as we go to press we learn tbat gold letters the words Assistant Ser- a ,is also a very large consumer dock companiesrun disappeared. In St. Augustine, the vation of tropical fruits, and Miami, on shipwrights, &c., &c. It is the princil
demands of the different
and the Assembly was architecture manners, habits customs -
,
gennt-
t-Arm1 End
Miami river. Cape Florida, noted pal reliance of the business
; Senator McCaskell near men
I h elected of
President
this the
: fn the and the into the millions, although record
f the possession of minority, The Japanese Dwarf Orange. up of the inhabitants all bear fonts its 'I tropical fruits, its island.
of the Senate of Abstractly of had made trade has been the season and is with arrowroot
I, ; /ltt' Florida White League : past antecedent The houses
and
Jouish\n Some of our readers may rememberour histr. hotels and as a resort for invalids; The reefs abound in sponges
dull
<: Mr. McCaskill a goodman rood its threats seizing the House, now very owing to the freighting doors and windows -
": considered I allusion to a dwarf one of .ul. closed rendering vesselonersuble large spacious finally Key West ; this is an island at many persons are engaged in eolfeetinjf
;'' ;': for Sound and Many of the Assistant Seigeant-at-Arms, orange a season their terraced foundation affording Peninsula them il is
:. :, any place. strong, needed the southern point of of the 5 quite a lucrative bstsbeaf
of the beautiful repairsor
attractions make
White the
to
heh.g well known as Captains of special the from the extreme
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to pedestrian
straightforward, be commands tbe esteem Florida, and belongs to the Archipelagoes paying about $40 to $.*) pet montk to
I : ,. League companies: in this city. place of Dr. 9l],on the St. Johns river. even pay up .for last. narrowness of the streets, a twilight which the Florida coast each hand. Aoout ) rih
; i' ,;.r*: of ihose who know him. But Notwithstanding: the suddenness of After the oak, probably the hickory shade at noonday,the gardens invariably beautify $50/X)0 w {9
I We not '-e in the Gardener, a British and the entrance into the Gulf of Mexico.It annually shipped. The
: : next?. this movement the leading Republican claims the next place among the different attached each habitation the sponges are
: to orange
: :' :. what horticultural journal a description of is tho southern most settlement in the cleansed, dried, packed and Pressed
I : woods in though
members had not failed to protest again commeril11ne, the olive and lemon
,
the : ,
pomegnnate
: United States and its position, the and shipped to New York and
by
,
1i. this and beautiful plant as the other woods are more'extensively used. tbence
The
J Message. and again against this revolutionary action singular to of the of Columbus -
us countrymen
'1 Presidents speak Key of the United States to the Florida mostly sold lo the French to make,felt
: of the but all to no purpose which No For certain purposes; however, the hick- : beholder that, the
minority the
"Kutn-Quat, we append. and tell to -
: We phall hope to give, in our next, all farm Pass and the Gulf of Mexico. This i island for hats.
t. has The axles ot
the whole text of the President's Message and many of the Republicans rose doubt it is susceptible of easy cultivation ory no equal. wood the. in evidences around bear silent yet lasting has so long) been connected with The finest fish, and of many varieties,
; and left the in ''a body, togetherwith wagons are of this spokes and
house the and
't L r ,;.) ; on Louisiana mutters.: We receive the Clerk Mr, Yi ers.who carried in any part of this State, and we the wheels of buggi)4ahd: carriages!, !of cstimony the t joys home. <.The pleasures custom scenes of maritime disaster and wrecking are taken* in large, quantities. Turtling

;. \ it to-day in the Savannah Advertiser but with him the original"ol of the House consider it the most beautiful hedge' also the whifiletree 'ana shafts are ot among catian'l,of Augustine of that its reputation always has been is also a "regular business,* and
l of State. It enters largely) into the man- associated very generally and unjustly large exportation of the "articfe" ire
returned that be The Gardener the
too I late for insertion in as : plant can grown. hickor. in their evening walks
our present and proscribing with barbarous violence' andqua3i: pi- made. Turtles are taken in nets, hut
,1 The of ,
j" The excitement was now very agricultural machinery} for the pleasingand
great. uf\cure orthodox bonnet, more:
'' issue. When if says: the is had in and
1 published, considered acting directed the Scrgl'ant-lt where elasticity and strength substitute the racy.It sport turning pegging
,
4.:1 as it should be, it \\511 correct many ill- Arms Speakr the egress or ingress THE Km1-QuAT.--Tbe figure (72) are especially required, this wood is in fascinating Spanish welcome is, howeyeroneot the most attractive turtles. They come upon the sandy
veil is peculiaritythroughoul
.4( 4 advised notions. members prevent or others, and several exciting whichwe' give of this interesting plant demand, hut, at the same time it has now Eastern a Florida. The lillo- beauty spots reeling upon the surface beach to deposit their eggs in the night,

..' a _ _ _ scuffles jn which knives and pistols were was taken from a specimen kindly for- little durability if exposed to the weather. is offering of the ocean, with climate more salubrious and at such times they are stealthily
ral of the city sandy, yet
J aspect
and remedial than and turned
warded Mr.Sherratt.of Knypersley.The healthful approached their backs
by undercover any upon
took 'fora few moments it must be
Consequently
drawn
,'. Of interest to the in pllce.1' fine'beach for the and
I parties pending Citrus originally 3 invigoration the continent, anti with before they can to the
it seemed that bloodshed would ensue. species ( japonica) was or covered and protected invalids who other spot upon escape water.
'f'ff': :-, railroad is the following from Mr. absolutely enjoyment of. the many characterized much turtles" is
I : litigation At this juncture, Mr.Dupre. a Democra- introduced from China by by paint. have made this of annual resort. population bj as 'Pegging a singular spor .
a place
.'o. the New York Tribune a! part of the tic member from the parish: of Xew Orleans Fortune in 1842. That gentleman contributed Of the modern domestic furniture The beautiful .climate, and constant intelligence, accomplishments, honesty, A small instrument is used, not unlike
:
the of to the Royal Horticultural Society woods the black'walnut stands without industry and morality, as that of any and very little longer and larger than ashoemaker's
\ "itv. : doings of the United States Supreme moved that: military power healthfnlness of the city and country,
in 180U Gardener's Chronicle, other of the Union. Key West pegging awl. This is
(see
t Court the General Government be invoked to a We have drawn upon it so hundreds of invalids from the portion rigged
: the and that a committee 1869, p. 308) an account from which the parlel our black walnut is well attract is one of the must populous towns in harpoon-like, and thrown at the
,": ":.. ; No. 3, (original).-The State of Florida ircserve bo appointed peace to, wait upon (;en. Do following particulars are condensed. helviy gone,' and by the time the eight North, and when they: have dare once reached leaveit. Florida, having over 3,000 inhabitants; turtle, and by:piercing his shell it sticks
not
.:; h': against t Anderson and othcis.-Mr. Probriand the commanding officer of the Mr. Fortune found that it was cultivated old boy casts hIs first vote, that this life-giving spot they has 650 houses,26 stores 10 warehouses, last, so that n turtle weighing four
: year mild and
l.l' .' : :: Chief Justice Waite delivered the opinion United States troops stationed at the Statehouse over 1 large extent of country in China, wood will be perpetuated in the shape of The winters are generally the cool 4 churches (episcopal catholic, metho- hundred pounds is simply hauled in and
L: the cross bill of II. but in the temperate frost is rarely seen, yet ea house secured the of Ibis small
dismissing It and his assistance in more particularly more a r of the thickness of a sheet pist and baptist,) court jail custom by use pegging
}
.M,. request \cne breezes in winter often give necessityfor
; < v
,I : Johnson, ct al. Amended of
cross bi clearing the lohb}.. The motion was regions,and perhaps even a lower paper. In fact, the veneering is fires and the i is all the more house, marine hospital, commodious instrument.At .
;t t .'"?.j! complaint, and so much cross of adopted. A committee of 5ye, of which temperature than this. In winter it extensively used, but principally ot the luxury. from its miserable military barracks .a fort in the pro- Key West the seasons glide imperceptibly
1 ';:: : Boisevain i-t al., ns rt.ltt.s to the Jacksonvile. Mr. was made chairman: was must be kept cold! ane dry. During its "crotch''and ''burl" varieties. enjoyed. St. Augustine cess of construction, on which over into each other, exhibiting less
Dupre ; commercial inducements has for
: 'I Pensacol.i: .. Railroad: cent to wait Gen. DeTrobriand, season of growth, summer it ought The quality required ol black walnutfor S2CO.OUO have been cxpendcdand requiring difference in temperature than any other
upon in
'1 ,:':, ".t: Company, and the Florida Cl'ntr.\lILi.' and soon returned witn that who to have n liberal supply of water, and a furniture is that known O! "black" years been a in stationary enterprise As over a million more to complete it. place in the United States. The climate
ofcer. und almost a market -
population.
so
: road Company. The I' was accompanied by two of of- temperature of trout to to 100, and and "brash." The finest walnut is natural it It has 27 wrecking and coasting and is pre-emjnenlly remedial in pnlmonary

;. :.1 Ir: gard te the collection of certain taxes is ficers.: As Gen. De Trobriand walked: this heat should be wel kept up in autumn to a black, rich, deep, sitndy.; alluvial for! indigenous considerable fruits trade, but formerly as this fishing vessels with an ajgregete tonnage consumption, chronic bronchial afiections7 -
: continued until the final disposition of lown to the Speaker's desk, loud in order that young s'oodniay that growing on thin soil being enjoyed a of 2.250 tons. The harbor i is large &c. These general facts of tli-
ap- ;
less of tbeagriculturi"t'
;, i 4 j j,1' the eau e. The petition tiled hy the puuo burst from tho democratic side of be well ripened. Many parts of the soi as "grey" walnut. This is a luxury is Yl aly commanding: such fortuitous sate, and easy of access by different male, health &e., which apyly to Kej

; : ,i; Rogers IAomCtiWCrk overruled, the House. Gen. Do Trnhri:01 asked United States would seem to be well birder, closer wood, nol being worth as attention be lost. The bar at channels': for ships of 22 feet draft. The West will apply to all Fit ida below

..;:. but they are permitted to file a petition the acting speaker it was not possible adapted for the culture of this fine species. much in market: by $S to $12 per thousand advantages must of the luibor not island: i U four miles long by half a mileto 28a. Within this region vegetation
the hu'ingmore
for in the hands i entrance :
,1 payment : for him to preserve order appealing as black, brash walnut. a mile in width, making the area never ceases, and the wintt-rs are always,
feet of
wihout floc than water
". ; ;. J of the out.9 Mr. Fortune informs that the Citrus ten eOmmt'fl'ecan salt mild. The climate
us
\ to him as a United Sttes army Chicago (as with pine) is undoubtedly be invited hither, and the back about 2,000cres including a pond approaches as near
Jt! iflicer. Mr. Wiltz said was not, tritbli.itn, which is quite hardy in Paris, I the largest market in the world for never is fertile to of borne 250 acres. It. is composed of a to that pf Cuba as any other portion of
J: ,.' The Rockaway. whereupon the General proceeded to and which we 1'I'l'ntl' S \ there in walnut. Immense quantities of it are country not l sufficiently for command formation of coral lime-stone and seashells -. the United State, with this superior

t t 4'f': : I The arrival at this port, on Wednesday the lobby, and addressed a fewc'fl boom in the open the garden of used here for the manufacture of church, such obstructions.a capital necessary When, therefore removing, !invalids with a sandy anti rocky surface; advantage of heaUht'ulnesa.
tn the crowd.Jtare was al once i-t r- ( de Medicine, id used in China: school, office, store and house furniture, visit this of and very little available soil. The high -r
4. :; evening, of the steamer Roekaway, ed. On motion of Dupre, Wiltz then, is a stick for the Kum-ul: and further HSO! for finishing purposes. It is large! cease to the winter city and as a place est elevation on the island is not over State News.
I ',: ,., from Newark, N. J., marks in some respects of the General of that it was b him into this to of the resort during spring 12 feet above the level of the sea. The
: ::1 1n the name Assembly Iltlducl'l } ly shipped all parts country, months, it must fast sink into its inevitable GAD5DEX COUNTT.
t : a new r in the navigation of the he State of Louisiana: thanked General country many years much of it going to Albany and other! unoccupied parts are covered with low
retrogressionand -
dt'stiny-annual The of distress
i : : t St. Johns, and one from which a more De[ Trobriand lor his mu!'i lercnce in be- The plant is very attractive both in parts ot tho };ast. We shall endeavorin this last must continue until its importance stunted wood and bushes,the large trees following signal flies

I[ : : :. rapid .development of all East Florida half ot law and order! aid| the General foli.igti anal l in flower, and the fruit is a subsequent letter to give a list of shall become in character\ having ben prostrated by the destructivegale from the Quincy Journal:
1,1,,1 withdrew. The Republicans had now much icliahed, particularly when pre- those dealers engaged in the hall wood of 1816. The prickly pear, geranium -I GiuL-nler.. one of the largest and the-

) will, as we hope and expect, date. The generally withdrawn from the hal, and served. Mr. Fortune remarks that, by trade in this city, at the same time naming nature entirely, once pro'incial.IJensaco1t the capital of West &c., grow luxuriantly and the most thickly s-ltlrtl counties in the state

'I Rockaway had a stormy passage: outside inked in signing a I petition to Governor studying the climatal conditions under their location and synopsis of the Florida, is situated on a gulf of the same wild flowers never cease to unfold their Is virtually without :* mw mill, a brick

I }\ 't and was compelled twice to run into stating their grievances and ask- which it grows, this plant might easily trade of 1874. name, having :L geographical localization petals-it is an evergreen spot. The yard, a tan yard or harness maker
: Inc his aid which by be cultivated in England as an ornamental desire add the fact cocoanul tree, the banana; plantain, the shop f thus making it impossible| |., get
port on the way. She is neat, tidy petition signed To this we only to by Lat. 310,32': and by Long. 100is'
: legally returned members of plant. In the country where the lime, orange, lemon, fig,tamarind,date; a plank, a bnck or n scrap of leather
:
; ; steamer of 130 tons measurement, about -t\o that the black walnut with rapidity This town was once of exceeding
in the grows ,
Kum-quat is found highest and other well where
ho,House ,is in my possession. Immediately perfection medical the to .tropical treesgruw inthe, county unless they are imported.Is .
,t 125 feet in lengh with 32 feet beam subsequent to the action of the common orange will not sur- and certainty wherever i in Florida the importance being spot there is earth enough to sustain them not this distressing state of affairs?
Wit which
:' over all. a good deal of freight in ejecting the Clerk ol the old \ivethe winter, and, on the other band, is planted. unhappy directed.consumptive Its was and are always found ,in the yards unit Still there are hundreds of young men
_ most frequently reputation
.t the when cultivated i in the gardens adding greatly to the singular the for Texas and other
moved! that two gentlemenroni Kum-quat leaving county
: ::: room below, has: small but and liillycau for health was once inferior to that of
.I ., : a n.at the parish of Desoto, one from south of China does not &succeed although South Florida. Its beauty and attractiveness of the principal places because they ran find! nothing to,
in the Slate.
)" .,t comfortable cabin and runs at a regular the no single locality surrounding -
la found
and from common orange residences. do that will them The truth
Bienville
Ljiim from : one 19,
; \ one like tht littoral pay ,
I f ,:.'' speed of ten miles an hour. Her Iberia, who had not been returned! by there in great perfection Both plants DECE3CEI: 28th, 1875. Florida country, is,sandy so much so portion as The production of culinary vegetables they don't want to work at anything

) ,4"' r route will be a through route to Enterprise tIme Returning O\r. be sworn in as require warm summer, indeed the Editor New South:-I am a Southernman induce gatt in the inhabi- is unceasing-such as ,sweet potatoes, that requires manual labor, but pri-frr
.; to a peculiar
:, J C: and she will make regular trips, members, and they accordinglysworn northern summer I is frequently}' hotter ; nU proud of tho warlike prestigeof tants, similar to the rocking observed in cabbages, beets,. lettuce, cucumbers, measuring tape and-jumping counters

.; I i: of which notice will in by Mr. Wiltz, and took seats than the Ioulh1 one. A hot summer lay section, and proud of the chivalryand the sailor. The reputation of this city turnips, &c. They grow best in winter, at starvation prices.
:, more llrLi'ulr: tho floor as members house. temperature, varying from 80 to 100 F. I it being the wet season. The want of We want somebody to put up a saw
upon of Lee and
ofhe invalid it
; : sooa be given. will i is to enable the to greatness Longstreet among suddenly .appears, "mother earth," however renders mill
:j t A motion was made House necessary Kum-quat invasinimifyel1ow gar- start a brick yard, and a harness
;i ;Vt: 1 run in connection with; the Fcrnandina proceed with its permanent organiza- form its growth and ripen its new wood. the rest ,her heroes, but I am ono who subsided fever consequent which upon in the an summer of dening expensive, and the production of shop in and near Quincy. If it don't
and accordingly the roll was called In winter it will bear 10 to 15 of frost. have no hesitation in condemning the vegetables is limited. pay. hold ns responsible..
t' A. ; line of steamer to New York, thus in- lon, 18:2 brought anguish and desolation to !
: J:: snring speedy and safe transit to New hy )tr. Trezevant, the acting clerk and -- .- arrogance and malignity exhibited by the hearthstone, of its inhabitants. It The palm tree U the pride of tropical LEVY COUNT
jl Wiltz declared! elected Speaker '" and contributes than all We ]learn that a new line of steamers
was The Hardwood Resources of Florida. Unreconstructed and Unrepentant a was by the authorities supposed tq.t climates more
i! A York for the whole valley of the St. Trezevant Cleik of the House. others, perhaps to give-.a peculiar and will bo placed on the route from this
t
ant In all the accounts of the limber and writer in the of December tenth. caused at the time by extreme reglectin
I f' A.tng on the protest made by the cliQi an observance of those sanitary measures imposing character to these regi.'tis.Tue l place via Key West and Havana to New
fl id [ We% look upon the advent of this the majority) the Governor now Jlquestec lumber resources of the State that have Ho assails uncommon vindictiveness so essential to the physical welfare family palms comprises some 700 Orleans at an early day, offering better

';: .:, first steamer, with the assurance thai all he Commanding General of Department : appeared in the local press, th, great J. S. A., a gentleman (I I mistake of all maritime communities. But this varieties and among them the cocoanut facilities and accommodations to the

"r the steamers will be to aid biO in restoring order and stress has been laid upon the pine timber not who ho means) to whom credit isdue has been the only exception to y>e healthfulness tre.ee i is a majestic as wen as most useful traveling public over this line than has
required put upon returned "members extended in the There will
of been
enable the legally vegetalle. In the Society Inland it pa>t.
,) {,' :,. the line, as needed, us tin event of incalculable the House to .ree'ed with the organization and lumber rapacity of Florida.All for having absolutely done so much With the which ex-eption generally of St.prevails Augustine there.and grows seventy and eighty feet high ; at also be a mail steamer which will make

': .'i importance to the whole State accordin \ This requt'treasonable seem to have been unaware or careless for the prosperity) of Florida, and who, Tampa Bay there is no place south of Key West their height is from twenty semi-weekly trips from this port to Key

4 .4; and. shall offer fnrther comments us time ws and in accordance with of the great fact that not only in wherever he may have come from is Mason and Dixon's line, which can compare to forty feet The stem tapers U the West. The postmaster general has

f -: :'i;, law. Remembering vividly the terrible pine, but in the hardwood direction, now as devoted 1 citizen as any to the with this city for its healthfulness top without a brunch or off-hoot but at ordered discontinued steamship service
r 'd passes. _ massacre that took place! in this city on 'I the and the sea breeze their summit it shoots forth twenty to from Key West to New York, Xew Orleans
.t\ Florida has attractions of Incalculable manor born. More in defence of Mr throughout year
r .1 the: assembling of the Constitutional makes its visit thirty leaves from fifteen to twenty feet Baltimore and Tampa and from
p I.>; 7.' ;, Louisiana Matters. Convention in 1866 at the Mechanics' value. All along our l'i\II'j and' lines of A. would be uselessly said, for it is expected through which regularly the summer: months daily, gives a long, and these hang in a graceful tuft Cerdar Keys to Tarapa Hereafter the

cr. .! We give herewith General Sheridan's nstitutute[ and believing that the lives railroads are opportunities for investment that prominent men, however salubrious and refreshing atmosphere in around the top. When the branches Key West mail will be transmitted by

: ::e, J report of what was done by the U. S. of the members of the Legislature were with express'reference to the supply worthy, will be attacked by one and another spite of ihti tropical sun. The population spread out, clusters of fruit,. like rail to this place and forwarded from

; tIt Military!! force, in the organization of the or would be, endangered in case of an of hardwoods of the highest value, scribbler, but for" Good Hater" is about 3,500 The harbor is extensive 'bunches of bladders," cluster thickly here tu its destination by Steamer twice
organization: under the law as attempted around the body where the branches a week. This Js an improvement on
and safe and
; : Louisiana Legislature.X'S. the posse was furni-hed, with the reqUEst t that'are well worth,the attention of all. to drift from vile and vapid personal] feet of water can, cross ships the bar drawing and load 23 join the trunk of the tree. Some treed the old se.-i kit.. as the route is more

'. .. :.' RETOUT. that: care should be taken that no A.-h. oak, in all its varieties, especially scandal to the! general n s'rLion.that. near the cilv. and.smaller vessels to a bear one hundred others fitly and thirty direct and the time nwh sh.orter.=tc

,t ;' I .NEW 0 JLEAXS. LA.. J il. 8, 1875. member of the legislature returned by the live oak ill white oak, abound in such men as J., S. A. are to be regarded draught of 13 feet can take in .cargo, at nuts, containing from half a pint to a dar Key JournaL

,,'j; r '. .: To lion. W. W.: Bclknap, Secretary of the Returning Board should be ejected all directions throughout the State, "among nin -tcr4hs of the Southern the wharves. Here, as at St. Augustine, gallon of liquor. The straight, unbranohing The Journal also says that Jlessrs, E,
:. : War, Washington, D. C: from the floor., This military posse performed hear the Spanish language spoken, trunk the long and graceful W. Agnew & Co. will shortly com
f I have tbe honor to submit the following its duty under direction! from theGovernor while no larger or sounder specimens of people as an s insult to all the Southern you more here because population: leaves and branches, and the clustering mence work on the new railroad between .

t' '. : S brief repoi t of affairs as they occurred of the State and removed frotri I hickory can be found. I pride," &c, is to set truth at defiance, of this pure place is descended from Spanish fruit, give to this remarkable tree a most' O "ala and Silver Spring. When

: : here in the organization of the State the floor of t the House those persons wha I.1 1 We append,portions of a letter to thatexccllentjournal and slander the good sense unit modera- inhabitants entirely while at St. Augustine noticeable, and singularly beautiful appearance completed it will fill a need long felt,

't t l Legislature on January 4, 1875. 1 was hal been illegally seated and who had the Lumberman's Gazette tion of the white people State. a part of the citizen were' trom the and it furnishes timber, fuel, and add much lo the attraction and)
I' not in command of this military de art- no al right to be there. Whereupon he islands Majorca:\ and Minorca. Fur :, mats: baskets, ropes, drinking vessels, business advantages the two places,
the value of these hardwood We warrant does not to
J }. -, mont until 9 o'clock at night on the 4thr. the Democrats arose and left the House, showing you belong few years past; before the rebellion, this food, beverage, strainers, bonnets, oil

4 / inst, but I fully endorse and am willing and the remaining members proceeded resources eNcwherc : Orange county.! Immigration has done harbor hail been studded wilh n-s:els. and bowls. The Cubans' Opportunity.Gen. .

r. : to be held responsible lor the acts of themilitary to effect an organisation under the State The Hardwood Trade-Its Importance too much ,for Orange crunty since thewar They were either our national: men-of- The-original narae of this island was Martin T. McMahon, who is at

1L it i :} as conservators of the public laws. In all this turmoil, in which bloodshed and Extent-A Little Disquisition upon for such old-time prate about insult war or merchant-men former coming Cayo Huesson or hone Key, from the the head of the Cuban League, told a

'f' r .I peace upon that day. Jurla the tew was imminent the military posse the Value an Uses of the Oak-Other to a "Southern gentleman's: andnostrils" here on account of the fine harbor. quantity human bones found upon ii 'ribune reporter, yestenf that the organization -,
eyes
I 4 days in which I was in prior to behaved discretion. When Jiard and the navy yard and sjition ; the latter when discovered by the Spaniards.Key would soon take special action
.' 4th January, the general topic of con Mr. Wiliz, the usurping Speaker of the CHICAGO Dec. 29, to emanate thence. Northernmen in the
187.OiLk to earry off cargoes of lumber, timber West is the English corruption of on account ot the resolution
:t, '" l versation was the m-nt'S of bloodshedthat l House, called tor troops$ to preenthloolhhell iron and steel move have, helped,all South Florida too and bricks. Pensacoli: however (Jayo Huesson; i it is, however, not the Spanish Government, which was considered

!\ ,, were liable to occur on that day, they were given him. When meice of the world, and should the oak generously for .its citizens t "hate enjoyed merely a reflection from the western extremity of the reef, there as favorable the prospects ,of

\t .. ', and I repeatedly heard trelt of assassinating the governor of the state called for a suddenly be swept away from the earth, them," be .t they Republicans or Democrats business, as the navy yard is about nine being several other islands with Tojtu- the Cubans. TheLeague witj meet in
: tb. Governor, regrets ex- posse for the same purpose to enforce it is difficult to conceive what the conse- miles from the city, receiving her storesat gas. the largesl. sixty miles distant. a few days, probably early next week,
-r't prtssctbaL he was not killed on the the }law. it was furnished also. Had: quence would be. 'Yankee ingenuity, and the stale swagger of the Un the wharves Ibere.anil lumber business The first white ''female' settler,was and decide what course shall bo taseo.

F ,; 14th of December last, also 1 threats of this not been done it is my firm belief no doubt, would contrive something /S asubtitutonothing ion's correspondent something foreignto is almost entirely conducted in its Mrs..Mallory. in 1823, the mother of a Three plans have been suggested, any

'f t 1 j I: the assassination Republican members! that scenes of bloodsbad would have however, that could tho hearts, of this section. Now and! details at other points,the shipping business senator from Florida. She is an intelligent or all of which may be adopted. These
"
r .. .1 of the lout in order to secure the ceo rnsued.Signed.. fill its valuable place in a civizedClld.. hon you find some, extravagant, man, only entering at the city. enengetic woman,of Irish descent, are first, the appointment of a special
I I" : ton Speaker. I alsL [ .] P. II. Sur.WDAX, The vessels that trlnsp ; s ) Tallahassee, the capitol of Florida, is and kept an excellent boarding house committee tp gu Washinslon ana.
I 1 k .' ;. kl?! of the kidnapping by the banditti, Lieutenant General. of nation pare mainly constru'etel of oak embittered by the. .black, cares. and tumults situated in Leon county, and is not more- for the accommodation-of visitors, while urge anew ujjpn Congress the justice 01

,1" Mr, Corn-inter, One of the members The reputation- of the officers of the The navies of the \ greatly of the ,past; who wo 'tbe. reconciled than three miles north ot the elevated there was no tavern on the island. the Cuban cause;secondly, the prepra

,' elect of the legislature. In order to United States: army for perfect veracity upon the strength of this valuable tim- and worships at the, shrine of the and rolling chain of .hills which in a The population consists of emigrantsfrom lion of ao address;and thirdly, the calking

I i :.i preservw the pence and to make the Slate in their is too established ber (or defense against the Ion, audit Falstaffian,Toombs of Georgia; but as great measure bound the 'shores of the most of the states and civilized of a mass meeting in this city for the
1 house wife.for the peaceable assembling reports wl enters not only into'tbipi, but e'"en' the rulo are, Mexican gulf. Fhe capitol, for ibo size nations. 'There are abont three hundred expression of sympathy with.their cause.
,I of the Gen. Emery, upon for any to doubt the absolute truth of iron clad war ships are lrgely' composed a our people forgetting to ask of the place, is quite an imposing building slaves well 'cared for civilized and Gen. McMahon expressed 'the opipfoa

:,' the requisition of the Governor, stationed their reports, and the above account of of oak, and into fors de if anew.citzcn' comes from Massachusetts chaste,,in .thee style of its architecture joyous, and nearly one, half of all ,residents that the outlook for Cuban indepen.

& troops in the vicinity ot the building. General Sheridan may be looked upon fenses. Wherever strength i required or the. Carolinas, or, )if.ho expects massive and spacious. The climate are natives of,the Bahama islands. deuce is better than ever before, because

Owing to these! precautions the Legislature as in absolutely (rue.. there must and will be found the oak. to run for congress. or:the legislature l"e, of Tallahassee i la pleasant and agree- They are: called Conch men, or,Concb- objection that it would embairaiZ
respect
assembled in Ihe State luus with every On the battlefield we find gun-carriages and able offering great inducements for the ers, by reason of their skill'.in diving. them Spanish Republic in its early and
weleoma him without
out any disturbance of the Iullc peace. The Union claiming to be. republicanin and caissons made of this w od. It enters .are. learning hybernalion of the northern invalid; the They are ,generally uneducated and difficult efforts to establish itself m Its

iTi At 1 o'clock William !, Clerk character: publishes the following: largely into the essential parts of all questioning his nativity, his opinions range of the thermometer is from SO to i ignorant of the world but a hardy, relations to Cuba would; no longer

of last House of llcpresenatives, 1 proceeded SllEUIUAX'S EXPLANATION.We 1h.ightnd passenger cars; all wagons i ,,c>1 his aspiration! 900; these extremes however seldom industrious and honest race, getting have any weight since a iaonarcby .

Ui cal the roll as according to and vehicle of every kind; all kinds of Let New England send us,more J.,S. occur; the 'winter are' '(comparativelymild ) their living by wrecking fishing, sponging hats been set up in Spain. But there

law bo empowered to do. One publish what purports t be Sheri machinery w htre'wmid' is required; A.s for their and accomplishments and agreeable,and the heat of the turtling, diving, &c. They are has never been a true Republic in that

hundred and two legally returned mem dan's official report of hi*, doings in trestle ,\ork: bridges, 'docks, piers, surely irielinet energy us to forget the !summer seldom great. employed in diving into the holds,of country, not even in Castelar's time;
hers nnS"t'Itd to their names.. Of this New Olcrtns. warehouses, elevators-in fact in everything i follies of ante-bellum times, and to Jacksonville now entirely destroyed sunken vessels to make fast to goods; there has been simply 'a succession of

number filU-two were Republicans and It i quite evident that the hot-headed! were strength, durability and elasticity properly the principles of material appreciate by:our troops, situated.on, the St.Johns, to dive under and examine the bottomsof dictatorship The change of govern"
fifty were O.ml>l'rau. H.'tre entering ''Shellltn tries to tone down ,his action are required 'this wood is.extensively -r SWANEE.. WitS rapidly becoming a place"'of co'mmer6ial vessels that h.ivo; been regarded merit Will nol cause any large number
prosperity.
the HOUMJ Mr. L. A. tltd been w- I CLSt. for he relates all the extenuating ,taxed. It i is extensively exported notoriety, arid it is terminus' good working depth. They are; indeedan additional troops to be sent to1 Cuba,

lected in caucus a* the Democratic nominee circumstances' possible, nnd makes for ship building, and uiiion8oC staves :: the Florida railroad from Tallahassee. amphibious race having been known for the Spaqisl* soldiers who were willing
IJ for Speaker and Mr. )1ch'acl Hahn out what points he can against the dem go annually to' the wine-growing countries Just So. If commerce is once more opened thenit to dive hi ninety feet water and makefast lo 'uraw pay for services against

F a Republican nominee. hat ocrats. But with all the explanations of France :and ,Germany. The TIE 'TABLES TURNEP.-The: Cincinnati will increase to no ,inconsiderable im to anchors, &o. The principal business the Cnrljgts! pan hardly be forced to go

not fnifh.\announcing. thC result when given, and all lll\t'is.possible t make finest wines. and liquors ,are put up in Enquirer threaten to hoist the Radicals portance. This place is one of the resorts in Key West i ii derive4 from the far from thehp native country to fight
one mbers, Mr. IJillyttn, ,(La in the rase, it .,a monstrous assumption packages mae of tisQod ; and h on their own petard. By among the Northerners in winter salvages. commissions, and perquisites against people whom they do not hate,
: :fourcb, nominated Mr. L. A. Wit for of arbitrary power. No excuse there a on t is warning to'them'it says j1 II is wayof and it has so far sustained an untarnished of wrecking. It is not, however as Their hearts would! r.o.t be io the work,

tmJnr Speaker. Vigers promptly can bemade that will ,satIsI the of oak ? 1 for the Republican majority in the present reputation. many suppose a sort of piratical .employment If they were to go, not a few of wen.

motion that time when some one put tho question the country of any party. Stripped.of and all are used mqrc or less in the Jsbnoas with the South with the hope recent existence. It is situated occupation, and conducted according toweUeatabiiahednnd large numbers wouldbe overcome by

z mid amid the rhcer of the .Detnocralifl all its"political and apocryphal ehudings commerce of the nation. We will name that they can carry any'portidn 0(it"at on'the St. Mark's river, and is (the'outlet )legally recognizedrules the climate, Good .Spanish regiments
I : ,': We of the House,.Wiltz dashed and, surroundings; eliminate from'ibiscxparU them in the "order' ; of their superiority the next 'Presidential election The for the staples of Middle and West for the mutualbenefitof the wreck. have never been sent ro crush the yn-

on I', ihe rostrum, pilshe4laside Mr. Vigcrs statement the evident'purpose White oak., 'hltr'I oak, live oak, 'red (: next House of representatives be bra Florida Its population is small ers, the. wrecked, and, the':underwriter, bau i: the men sept there resembled
_I and seized Speake.'' chair and of the writer t make a 'lawyer's plea sour oak. The lire oak'is used oqly.furship Dcmocmt aod ,itwill; only count the and t place makes but little progress Those. engaged in it are mostly men ,of more the "bonnty jnmpar3nof tia Amer?

gavel and declared hunt-elf Speaker.. A ffW himself, take the' naked facts us ,building, hut is,. valuable ose: Southern,-Slates ,which ill, thqtcc4uLsltlon! t :of( city'ompani.- wealth.and character of generous senti. lean war. Gen. McMnhon was hopeful better
; t plle8 against this arbitrary and unUw ate find them here and ip tho public timber for said uses., Ij.f.r., ,ol'I, 1 is! haebpcn ,cast (y tho. people without ments ana associations ,ipentaand: humane impulses. The rule that King AlfonwJ wonlrt make" occupied -
t, .', proceeding was promptly made by, print, and the hs explanation condemns used extensively for staves. lied i any,bayonetInflue'nod ."Any' '':palatka'l ,'' situated' 'on' the St..Johns among _wreckers 'is.: that..he who ,first ruler for Spain than others who had thought
i. fie member of the majority but Wiltzp him for rse. He enters sappy ahd soar when green, and is used: mol'fraudulent1! (rf8truint ; work river; .s' Jine'induccmenta for the boards the wreck has" control-of her I the Spanish throne. -He; DOt

.lid no attention to these protests, and, upon hisork prejudiced hot-headed, !I least: ot al the oaks. U makes, however carpet-bag thieves will not be recognized invalid has proved extremely healthy, until delivered l into the'hands"bf the I that the change In government did

1pn motion nfsnme one on the Demo and with a purpose to deal with the I I furniture, and affords fine by Congreis."-Sat>. Ne. and has been gradually built up, and court He determines who, if any, shall presage ill for Spain's future. I.,




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TIlE NEW SOUTH WEEKLY. JACKSONVILLE SATURDAY ----a"r -1''4_' .' "
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CITY NEWS. Catholic Fair. Who Shall Judge.How From the Burton Commonwealth. "But my bretberin, Xocr-ah had use demonstrated that the crop is the most RAILROADS.

The ladies ot the Catholic church A "Hard Shell" Sermon. for patience after thL. h. Think .
contemplate do we know what beam have vilest un. Whit remunertive of all the truth of
crops;
= TJB DAY ioiwriaffG- opening a fair for the benefit How do wt know} In the 1830 I attended a time he most a-had a-feedin1 and a- which ACKSONVILIX. -
2 a can'ascertain J
autmn'
: anyone by corresponding -
Many, are but waterin' and a-cleanin' put after xich a MOBILE .
in the
lie
of the various chanties of their a wt camp-meeting interior with
1O 1675.Rehftous congregation crowd-ah. Some Judge G. W. Means.
January _ Whose rpodew A tnow, and heard of em. according '
ou p t of Georgia, a sermon which t Gi i AuScTi iirr.tvsnrt' *
on the 19th Inst., which will remain And many may p think not to. I have never been able forget or de Goldsmith's, Animated Xater'-a was It is su'posed! by many that it is TAUABI ASSM. ) } 't

Directory. open for several days. They will How nez t God t s of such have been. I have attempted 1 several times carniverious and wanted Dlet-ab; necessary to grow the otange on rich Oa and after SUNDAY DEC no. es>.

head we will publish every Saturday offer quite a pleasing variety of "goods, What mercy secret penitence may "in. srb. i it, but it cannot be put on paper. and some were herbivorions. and wanted hammock'lands, but that is an erroneous ger tnuna on this rand wul ma as tk_

l[***: nouces of Sabbath services AS may be wares and merchandise," and will set a How.do we know t The main force of it was in the snuffingand vegetable lood-ah; and some werewormiverious idea. The finest oranges that DAY PASSENGER.' Dairy.Sunday '
,"** KrMay af---.J 1 How can we tell who sinned more than we, and swallowed live '- A..M.I *.
'dock and
""*"br JLt Prebterian Church-Rev. W H.rvicSatflA well stored table for those who live to How can .'e tell T spitting and groaning and bound- whole-ahand he had to feed thing have come into,onr market this season Leave.. Jacksonville.,. 740.Leave. Say -..:] .,.
after-a-fox sort of yelp whine to 1IaIdwiw_
) M.fld7P.M. eat. There will also be We think our brother walks guiltily its Hence were grown on poor pine lands; and l.so "
view
we Lake .
% t.burch-Key: E.V. many amusing which no can do justice. It must acrio'to n.'te. Cty--* Qu -p'P.
I tr1'CCt ,'re5b't bernces rwn at f t A. K and 7M P, M. and innocent devices to draw Judging h ia self-nghteousnest T Alt.well. be intoned pen to be I have my brthren-ab, as the Dater of the animals those stand shipment the best Theyare .M. M '1'alla C" ,-
ct"t Clurch-Preaching at 11 a. m and 7 money Perhaps had trr been driven through the b appreciated. wasn't by gninsr therkh not as juicy, but sweeter and more .* UYe OaL..isj If. ,.
times altero ) .- .. .
thousand iDt "
it for
the >
into the which a j ,
tri8Jl' F Spence.icopal. be preached
c J ty J treasury, among may Of his we might : would delicious.We **
tmpt. b roar and Tallahassee i. 6.p I' u.
:ant DuaI Mrect bcad amusement of friends and have been ) '
lILt ,
.SLO" H eRd', Rect... Sundayervicest'ta mentioned the tree of fortune, the fish- L i our duly walk than he- satisfied with effort. I have usedit how], and bark, and bray, and sqeal, were shown a tree in }ff. W. Quincy Lnattahnochee.-- Lao, *-* &Lake oAmve .

.' I. s.Mc i: d.ilY' service, at II"Sunday A. M.; at Friday$ p ,M 8, erman's pond and other things which low can we tell? as a remedial my agent in exorcising the and blate, the whole indunn' nilbt-ah. S. Land's yard a few days since only Savannah_ 9 5.15 50 Arrive .J _

.. JINokI1l ai P. .. l Io6 OL Schools in cannot fail to meet with the Dare we condemn what others da? demons of have a-drivin' sleep from his eyes five from the Passengers .
uncla1 S approvalof Dare we condemn? hypocondria, never years se'd, that has about can go through to St. \ "
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asl Jad.1U4flh11C.9 A".. Services in .hose who the fair. Attached Their small,thtir trial len-. failed send them do steep place her from his eyclets-ab ; and at the first I oranges thereon all fine and W Wednesdays Fridays,and return .
NiYalkoviIc ""unc at 5 P. patronize IU i a n 't streak 'daylight the last hoof of 'em twenty ; days and bamrdays. ". '
bo Epi'A 1( outb\. 110', E cornerewaan The difficult in the sea,'' or else, the .
I !l'-I' ., l5t 1tJ'CdS, kV.J. U Fiupamck, to the supper tickets is a piize, wrong i t Ilem, the smewber t would set np a noise acordin' to it na- large. This is is not a common occur- NIGHT RX PR ESS.. .
relief suffer
? if ot
_'' And to us mare clearly than to them great r. ,
rI a fine picture.The Cross and the hulls ot Ba h.in wern't ence, but it goes to show what
of Church and Hogan streets, very Changed Ii given know ledge of the good and true, The speaker had just been Jcehsed.lnd te-ah. proper P. s.f If.
I Bcd);! \ owner" PaAWr S'Cei ewcry Sunday now on exhibition! at J. II Ochus' music Hart do they need our help and pity too I it was first sermon. In person no I've often wondered how care and good cultivation will do. Leave. &Jacksonville4.00 Leave $ .oo.
J(',lr ,,d.x',.. effI1iJ1l at S.ft' bi their women stood it. Scripter is silent A few trees well cared for is far better .. oty.I.J2 .
[I .-at jurth.Duvd sueet. be.Lun rooms. Dar we condemn T be was bulet.htsde of a fair, Lake ( Li' .no
.I'.'"uy Bapu" on this point-ah but I thins I know of Amve Live Oak... Lake
ini PlneQf R<..MaJfrown.Iator.CithJ&S n, Cud help u all,and lead u day by day sandy tlld hil conntcnanc ; ; than many with no attention.. Let so..iof >
that A. H'
some would a-been
II and Newtian street* and )
iUd
L'-r corllC'l'L15a.t6 ; lIigtiMauattei; The Snapper Banks. God help us a! was indicative of sincerity honesty. nurvious under sich circumtnncesab.and vapory our people offer better inducements ** Savnmah_ l.soIArri. JIC .io

11Dufau YfClfC" To those who love taken in the We cannot walk all to perfect way, His remarks evinced great reverence for in to the immigrant and we will see the Nor*.-A Special Train wiJIlca. .
at ., ongarded moment
S a-aaid
I1fC1J1I1 \dve*. BnxAlT. near S. Fairbanks re.J" sport Evil allures us, tempts u and we fall; the works of Go a manifested in zoology might number treble that will settle in urdays at 3,40 p.m..arriving Llv : ',
..C w, Lsw.HY.! natural way, an excursion to the snapper We arc but human, and our power u smaU; and history and uwas somethin' besides their prayers-ah." our connecting with Savannah T *. .
oirine.ndUnion.tt"eetI. taking midst. : Live ,
Gainesville Citizen. Oak 3 a.m .armiaf at T au '
j f'IItI Simmon'. Patur.fric2a banks, a few miles irom the mouth Not" of us may boast,and not a day up the Bible in regular orderfor the first Here the speaker stopped again, spit, W
se!.C Ii. : W..luatOD Itreet, Rev J. R Rolls o'er heads,but each haih need say took water etc. and hastened to -- -- ROBERT AU .
oJt.t o had on
of the St. John* offers of the t time in his life. He gotten as.far a Receiver and
s.P IcJI", __ -'- one greatest I God help us t the history of Noah the ark, the flood conclusion: The President's Message.A T.C.SPOONER.r.aT .
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:.- Actelaid; :Ph p--- possible attractions. The abundanceand -IIrry r/ a etc. Besides, "just before his conversion "My bretherin," said he, "one more special telegram to the Inter-Ocean -i-
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quality of the fish, their size he word BUCK takes the lead in the latest :'j ,.
run-, had been for old Noer-ah ami I will draw
redi the Cabinet
New York in g.Golwmih'8 says met in extra esdion on For HaIL '-,$ -'.
"e1i re gratified to announce that this ning from five to forty pounds, their: 1825. Animated Nater,'and the :together, to a close-ab. After the outt>eaten' time the 11th to consider the ,., ,

talented mu .ici.n cofltt'WjlatCS givingtwo game-y character anti the thort time- The population of New York fifty by the aid and assistance of the spent, he had, first and last for so many hundred -, President's message -, & \Y. I. T. CCVS .-

in this city next week. See one day within which excursionto years ago was about 130,000-hardly had led him into a powerful train of I' year-sih if ho did, by accident or on Louisiana. Gen. Grant madean AG. :

opera* an more than a quarter of the present population thinking as he stood at his work bench otherwise, take a little too much wine exceedingly forcible statement of FROM : '

aarerti "mt'nt. Ile:rred scats may, be the banks may be completed, all of Chicago, which then had no day in and day out." ,But, whatever his on one occasion-ah, I think less ort to his views concerning the troubles at the FERNANDINA TO CEDAR .

gecnrtd at the bookstore of C. L. .,lather combine to increase the wonder that existence except as an Indian outpost.Brooklyn sermon may have beeq. it was his own. a-been said about it-ah. Besides, I South and the ) -- ,.

& Co. snapper banks excursions are not more was I straggling village of' The text was: "As it was in the daysof think he was entitled to one spree.ab, as only remedies he deemed cniao SOCTH. .

MIColgate's, frequent.For 7,000 inhabitants, and th.r was but one Noah 8 shall the coming of the Son he made the wine hisself and accordin'to sufficient to meet the case. lIe was remandlnBaldwin __aw. 1

Soap. steam ferryboat t on the East river. People of Man be." After commenting upon wrripter, it makes glad the heart o' emphatic in the expression of his intention C.u&.h.n__:-_-_' r-35 Sj58n .

something out of the commonrun who wanted to cross the river then that portion of Genesis descriptive of mar.ab.Iy bretheren it in the Of
for as was to disorders et / ---- 9i >ar. >
HtC' W Colgate suppress cost,
Frank D. gcnt and fur a short snuff of the sea after 8 o'clock in the evening had to pay the flood, he "warmed up"' suddenly. days of Xoer-ah so shall the coming of any Starke ---9:3*> '. 4 5

4 Co.. has been 'n our n't't' Redistributed breeze, nothing! excels an excursion to twenty-five cents to a boatman to row ant broke out in the following strains: the Son of Man be-ah. The world will by all means which he could use under GaillCSyille -_*i-iT fjo 4

a bar of soap to each family in the them over. The largest ship then sail my brethren, the heavens of the never be drowned ain-ah. It will be. the law and the constitution. Points of Anbcr _. _-3iopm
banks. 1 Bronson ___ .
the city, a trj practical mode of *I.cr- snapper ... ing from the port did nut exceed 5 O0< ) windows was opened-abr and the floods sot a-fire and burnt up root and branch, the message were discussed, and that Cedar Key*..._.__ 6:30 jS3 .

tons burden. Postage on a single letter- of the g-r-e-a-Uleepkivered the waters- with a fervient heat-ah. Oh! what will when the session ended it was the belief r CONNECTIONS.
think.
tWo:, .c .. Steamers on the River. sheet by mail to Boston Was eighteen ah, and there was Sbem an'c there was wrett bed undone sinners do on that that no resignations would follow. It I ,'

Streets. The abundance of steamers now run und three-quarter ('uts. and for a dou flam, and there was Japheth-ah, a-l-l orful day-ah? They won't feel fit for to is thought the message will be sure to chArleston At FERNANDINA and Savannah,w Mondays th Steamer at 4 ,

Oar Gas-Lit ning or at demand for charter on the ble sheet double that sum. There were a-gwinc into the Ark-ah. I live. nor for to di -ah ? They will be firmly unite the Republicans. ; Dictator from Charleston and Savannah at

\Vbomr has occasion to traverse our no envelopes in those old days, for those I "And there was the elephant-ah, that put to their wh'd end and knock and .. l 4 a DL With steamer Lime liaker, .
Brunswkk and St.
since the street lamps have been St. Johns adds very atiractie feature aids to corre-pondeuce( had not been incnb'd. j-r-e-a-t animal-ah, of which Goldsmith strandle around in every direction-ah. Wendell Phillips has sent to Secretary those points on Friday Mary's.at S a.MoiMUys m. tut

ftrects to the many transient residents of our ,- Mucilage was unknown and describes in his 'Animated Xatt-r'-ah Jo'ortil at onct, my bretherin-ab. they ,'
tail to mviflow with Bclknap an excellent letter of thanks to At BALDWIN with J P ft ). R. -
Ii': cannot city. The size and character of these! it was considerm! disrespectful not to what i is as big a a horse-ah. and his will behold the heavens a-darken5u'-ah sonville at 407p. m.; for JacitsonviUe at

: ;>2 % ::: fc) i-ur good city fathers steamers are so various and exhibit seal a letter with a great lump of red I bones as big a* a tree-ah depending the seas a-roariu'-ah, the tombs a-bus- the President and General Sheiidan lor At GAIN t,YILLE.with tn-weckly ,
so with
Tampa line for
(' hit mitHjl! of li;ht in the JuL I wax. There were then no omnibuses somewhat on the size of the tree-all, a-l-l tin'-ah, the mountains a-'mehin'-ah ; and the decicive and vigorous course pur- and Friclays.; stage -. ,

njifc* of the ri'y' Whatever t-l-e, in I great variety that a pleasant excursion nor street railways nor any other publicconveyance I a-gwine into the Ark-ah. And the everything, I think, will be in a confused sued at New Orleans. He declares that At CEDAR KEYS with steamen to *
I| is certainly within the means of two-hoise heavens of the windows and onsettled st.'lte.Jav the Lord .
flriwinicnfo. beil except hackneycoaches was opcned-ab, unless the White League is Orleans every Saturday. WI h
conspiracy
the war 01! we may I I :tny of our viiti'rs.llivp.e I which Cot a small fortune to and the floods of the g-r-e-a-t deep kiv- add his blessing. Amen !t" 1 West and Tampa.l'ridaYI; from these ,
)'] joibdiM.-n) &e with orue.sort : broken up it will keep the South in turmoil days.TKft Steamer Cool.from Tampa fo# .
( } | ,| steamers would make good title in; but the city kept growing andsprejdmjr ered the waters-ah and there was Shem, aGENERALJACXSON.The-- Tampa Mondays. With Steamer

o thing out of a little more liberality in Cincinnati D. E. )
,. 'llvwlJ! as anything I intjif of rapid transit. Houses weiu built up pheth-ah st-l-l a-gwine-into the Ark-ah. rebellion.AN .
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is I advertising, ?o that parties could easily I Broadway as far a* Houston street and "And there was the I Enquirer has been engaged in a -- --- ;

*'., of general conic-nieiiee that know Irom the local journals the terms people who lived in thl'mal1.t1 up ah, that g-r-e-a-t hipppltamus controversy with some of the ?dminis- EXCELLENT HOMESTEAD FOR SALE.

cu eo i:j l>e ouri-i..ed. at \\lilth! the different EIl'awer'ould be and down daily ( thinking; Goldsmith describes in his Animated tration journals in regard to the I offer my homestead with, if des td. two.thlOur at A CARD.- :

'- I of the hardship,ot it. Canal jtn'c hs.d Xat.'r'-ah, what has a g-r-e-a-t hurnhnstickin' accmplishments of Andrew Jackson, acres adjoining land,the whole now set wnW; the
but that is that JACKSOKTILU, Fs. .,
Amusecnets.SignOr I engaged ; a matter inter- just then been opened, and shops beganto right straight up out of his and it vehemently resents the accusation best seedling oranges,the only reason lor ullrag Wins

SiUimi hats; >>eea amusing our I ests their owner more than anybody runke their appearance on the upper I forw ard-ah, six feet long, more or l.s5 that the old hero was a man of a pecuniary i inability to improve the place as it dcscnres. THE SOUTHERN LIFE ,

else. It U sufficient for us to say that side as though they meant business.St. ab, depending| somewhat on the length Forty or fifty of the orange trees nil! undoubtedly tear
cttizi'P* during the veek by a t-ej ics of comfortable Johns was beginning to be of il-ah. a-l-l a-gvvine into the Ark-ah. either "irrperious or boorish man- in the coming.. The whole place oflfcrs the best PAN wd i. a few days appoint far -;'
for of square "
'in* ten i'-li litful rtainrnciits; ; and steamers any sort an regal tIed I "And there was the giraffe-ah, my ners, declaring that "we never hada chance hi the vicinity of Jacksonville for a CrtKiasa Florida. Ia the meantime I will condact -Jt '

u tiilc w<- d
Au it can be had at reasonable juices.Packages SC.REan I which Goldsmith describes in his 'Ani- demeanor or more impressive in his who wt-h tu live in vicinity as the grounds will easily ,ment. ; ;

c1lrP.dtrr: to mm *, cer- --- --- Trinity Church having built a rectory -,I mated Xatcr'-ah, whose forelegs is twentylive external ap'earenre." That he was admit of sub-divBiOB into three or lour private residence -"I III' communications directed to me, A.-I ,
umh HIUUIM".aud iittt'rc.-ts the au.liencc, there for Bi-hop hobart other *,in a wholesome and every way dnirable locality. '
feet long-ah more or les-Ah. depending i
by Mail. often "impressive" must be admitted L'Eofile, Secretary of the JacLMnvXe "
and *1I1..ll'ii I !( us i u get tid, for a little lluses were commenced ; but it was .I somewhat on the length of J..5 ADAMS. I 't "

! FP111t'.01 the c-iiei flf l I'U iietaixl the Packages intended fur transmission cry much of an out-of-the-way place. 'ew-ah. rind n neck so long he can eat but we differ with the Enquirer in the !I receive due attention. .'J'

ttorrinxni .it >eculatiun and politics. by mail are often crurhcd by the press In all New York then, there wa not tlhrown hay off the top of u barn-ah. depending former part ofthe assertion. Nor was JACINE; INTELLIGENCE. i J H. MILLER.

: Fj .. stone front-the nearest approachto i somewhat on the hithe of the barn-ah he very well in formed on many subjects 'J
ot matter in the mail and thus destroyed. ,
So w'C w i-h tlie happy uiagiciau a sutcefiful bags anything of UK kind being the back I a-l-l a-gwine into the Ark-ah. And the I on which Grant has also evinced an ARRIVALS AMi CLEARANCES AT THE PORT OF l 4-t-tf Ge Sup& '\., .

t!! foOuh.: Such packages should be dune of the Hall there I JACkSO.NVILLE, FLORIDA.AIUTAU. .
career through e City nor were anyplateglass heavens of the windows abundant lack of information. He 'r
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" p 1 up uiih much care lnd'dl guarded toin.ure windows in the whole city. I and the floods of the great opened-nh'l knew little about international or even Blankets and Coverlets of every Srsfc and it
All the houses built ot I Jan. it,str City Point.Fiti eraM. Cbarf ,tolL
More Progress.We their safe passage. There is elegant were the waters-ah: and there WlS constitutional law; but he had one of Jan.ii,scb. M. Condon, "McCarthy,Cam Jen. Me. RtXJMS"l i "
i scarcely a single arrival of the mail in briik and were below Chambers street. I there was Sham, and there was Japlielhah those Jan. it,sen.J. G. Drew,Wadlm Kockport,Me. BOATBUIL'DI :
minds whichgo
are find to announce that the There was no architectural beauty nor a-l-l into the Ark-ah. happy-constituted Jan 14,str. Iicutor Vogel,Charleston. *

FuiUau Car Company have commenced -' this city in which some one or more of grandeur anywhere, and the city wus I "Aud, there a-gwine was the zebra my breth- across labyrinths of sophistry and I Jan. 14,ch. Jacob E. Kidgway,TowcsCDd.N.Y. A.G. CHAI'PEIiv .: i '

thnm h the \.iriuus packages sent, is not broken ex"ctlht Cooper the novelist described ertn-ah that b-e-a-u-t-i-f-u-l animal of through masses of immaterial facts CLXABAiCCZ. ..
running a ; *1eri''my car Jan. 9,sch. Carrie Walker.Dunn.New York. ;
I hum LJuin-iIIt! via Na-iville) CLattannogi and the c.'onhnhatlt'1't' through the it-"an extension of common which Goldsmith describes in his 'Ani- straight to the true point.A Jan. 9,str. Dictator Vogel Charleston. BAY STREET* near the Cable ,7

mail, and when nsou a recent occasion, places." 0 mated Nater'-ah. which has three hundred story is told of him by Gov. Jan. 13 str City Point tuigerald.METEOROLOGICAL \
AtUnla. Macon anJ '
: Jrssup, to eburihuesere like vaults tr
receiving
a-runnin' round his
TIH stripes right Wise who admired him greatly, thatis ------------
the broken package hapi>ciS to be of :
YACHTS AND ,
this dtThia the
niiu-li-ntfikJ and intramural liuterments rule.
enoreUleflee were body-ah. more or less, dej>ending somewhat illustrative of his character. During RECORD. iEOA'IS
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cannot f.iil to iiutt with the I I guano, or any similar odorous and disa- Around every church enclosure was I on the number of stripes-ah and Observation taken at 7 A, M a p. M.and 9 r. M. ;
I There the administration of Mr. Monroe daily,by the Signal Service U. S. Army in this city. ,
burying ground. were no cemeteries -
the
grtettiInature, results are anythingbut too stripes alikc-ah a-l-l a-gxvine
btarty antl nary
ajipruval of lh Built to order. '
; Buj-jwrt outside of the and the Iint Jackson, in command: of some troops 5 = yi JO >

trardiug publir% who arc always willhij! I I plm! .ai>t. It not infrequently happen churches were ill \. cillmit: imperfectly "And thrt Ark-ah.ttere was the anacnnder-ah. !I invaded Florid, and captured Ar- ]'?. ii S .I I" =? 5-Windi? !5" S STEAM Y A C H .< I.

to pay wfU \\'ll nell serrid.Vt *, too, that the wrappers are torn warmed. Men wore moctasins; that sarpintof which Goldsmith I buthnot and Ambrister. two englishmen : | I a i i r875. '
g-r-e-a-t : $ III r With the of '
I ? j most approved machinery.
, bope soon to hrotiicle Uio adtcnt ot :I j entirely off from packages, and are lost I to meeting in winter wetu.'r. and women describes in his 'Animated attr'-uh. who, it was charged inciteJ the I f: 4.o. : ': any size,from 95 to too feet Call and .
I ?
.throuh I.t'rerb" from \9%' Yt'l'k to so! that while the package: itself may arrive had foot stoves containing heated whtl can swallow six oxens at a mealah Indians to depredations, just as the ? : : !
:I bricks to keep their feet from freezing., provided his appetite don't call for Sat. 9 9 3 .29 55 73 NW Fresh ooo Cftiy i NEW 28-FOOT
safely, ii .cI(' tinllion and owner incite the '
our cit.* carpet-baggers now negroes Sun. to 7 30.33 41 63 NW Fresh 0.00 CTdy '
--'- i I cannot be known. Thepews were high-backed and straight, .' lessah. a-l-l gwi into the Ark.ah. I to riot. He at once ordered them ** > 3016 48 85 NE Fresh 005 It ram [ or sale. :.' 14;
I the walls and ceilings whitewashedand And the heavens of the windows was I 9 30.26 45 92 N Fresh 0.03 CTdy
Religious I -er- the only bit of color tor the eyu 14 rest opened-ah and the fl->otl-> ot the great I hung, with but little time to prepare Mon.zz" j )0.22 4> 91 N N 'ientle Gentle o.u brain Carpetbags: and, Ladies Companions at
46 85
0.00 Cl'dy
There ill not be any roen'icc6 in the The Meeting of the aoth. upon was the pulpit cushion or the green deep kivered the waters-ah, and there fur their future abode. lie was ar 9 3021 3011 4
Catholic church to-uiormw as Father The meeting of the Fruit Growers' window bliuda. There was no was Shtm, and there was Ham and raigned before the cabinet of Mr. Tuest. 7 a 3017 jo to 93 80 NE NW Gentle Brisk ooo. Cl'dy C3'dy .f ,

Dafiu Boss Tweed, nor a Fernando Wood ; there was a-l-l a-gwine into Monroe, and Mr. Adams the secretary Tues 30,12 Gentle Havcopcncdafirsz.class! "
and Fiithcr logon Ire on a retreat Association, appointed for the 20ih insL, Jlpncth-a 13 9 30 10 55 US o la Cl'dy :_
but there was corruption in politics Wed. NW Fresh 0.00 Cl'dy
enough the AI of state defended him on the high 13 7 3013 53 93
at St. Aupii-thie. TV tlr. of is now dnoe] at hand nnd it i is to be as anybody may see by reading the 'And there was the lion, my brether- ground international law as .". a 3016 30.13 58 61 68 Calm NE Light ooo o co CTdy Fair SHAVING ,
9 93
the chun.ii will be till that all thot hoped t that our own citizens will even daily ot those good old times in !I expounded Calm
Thu.
upon ( papers en-ah, what is the king of bats. according Vattel and Puffendorf. .. 14 7 30.18 59 4 ooo foggy .
by Grotius Ng Gentle comer or Bay and Pine streets where
x 87 0"I'dy
wishing t'l'h.it the church lor prayercindnMi. at a little trouble to themselvei, makean which to Scripter-ab. and as St.1 I' Jackson who had quarreled with Mr. .4 9 3019 30.21 57 55 87 Calm 0.03 Cl'dy appliances used by the best saIoc.ill ,

: effort to render the occasion n pleasant I>E WIT CUNTOX Paul says-ab, prowls around of a Fri... 15 7 30.25 50 71 NW Fresh 0.00 Cl'dy be touod. They also furnish at all hours
the
regard
like a roariu' devil-ah, a seekin' Monroe was disposed to a jo.it 51 64 NE ire>h o-oo Clear

Trinitj' XI. E. Church-lilted (J'IKI- one to the many represcntati\ men was denounced in plunging: for the his Mate enormous into debt wickedness for- can't catch someb<>dy-ah, a-l-l a-gw i inc matter as entirely personal. "D-'rn Barometer corrected lor temperature and elevation. HOT AND COLD .'

JleSt. Jme Hiffel. IVtraiLins every who will be here from every section of [ the purpose of digging i ditch to connect into the Ark-ah. Grotius; d-m Puffendorf; d--m Vat- Tickets entitling the bearer to eight -

Sabbath at 11 a. 111. anJ 7j p. m., 13 the State. I Lake Erie witli the I Hudson) river. ; "And there was the antelope-ah, my ttll," said he; "this is a mere matter HOTEL ARRIVALS. lor$1.eighc shaves,hair cutting and ,.

the pa"tllr, Rev. S. F. Spen(''. Subject) So many men of chaiacter and experience -I and John Quincy Adams was held up brethren, that frisky little critter-ah, of between Jim Monroe and oe." MONCRIEF HOUSE. EVAHS & ..PROFS. 'I-so. \

of tu-mt'rrow inurningV! di cou '.e 'The in fruit growing are to bo in attendance to the scorn and indignation of his virtuous which Goldsmith describes in his 'Ani! It is alsosaid of him that, pend.ng Capt Jubn Brain, Columbia. S C; Ceo Egglston.! wife HE CENTRAL
for' his aristocratic mated Nater'-ah. w hat jump sennty-I child and servant, Mrs Eggleston C B Menck. Miss A T
gift of power or the "Tongue of Fire. and will be heard during the habits countrymen ami his \illanies and foot straight op-ah, and dis the question of dispute between this "lc ck. Philadelphia: W to Porter and wife B Robbins. .. .
f'netly, and France in regard to the Boston: T Hampson.N Y; Dr Wake6cle AIB WaefiOd -
session, that the meeting of the soci.i-; particularly for his corrupt tance dovvn-ah provided his legs will country city Chas hitney..Toledo Ohio D U Rogers AN AUCTION AND GENERAL .;
Item. tion be confidently expected to be with "the blackleg bargaininl take him that fur-ah, a-l-l a-gvvine into demand for five millions dollars, his: Medford N J: Wm F1elDlDi iowa; D B Jerome .".
may great I Princeton. IU W \\ Stone Providence,R 1 Mrs
the Ark-ab. And the heavens of the message to Congress contained a di- ; ;
of those old
But the
At the one of interest and full of valuable papers good days Stewart PenDMETROPOLITAN
animal great
of the Street Laura
ruetting stock- windows was opened-ah and the floods and threat Louis Bay ,Dear
to
were not the papers of these days. Extras rect insulting HOTEL-]. .Tocoer ho.a,
bolder of the First National Hank of instruction. Vc coneur in the suggestion were aluctbcr unknown. Therewas of the ge't deep kiver;the waters-ah, Pnillippe. Thejabinet consulted and Isaac Vaodcrford.New York: P M Williams Knoxvitle. J\C :' 1

floiida held at thtir backing b Miss Lfilie 1 Kale Petennan B W Westerman
l iiji thy (n the afternoon of'TuC'sday. that it is to be hoped that Jacksonvillewill ,no Times, no Journal of Commerce, Ham. and there was Japheth-ah, a-l-l Mr. Forsyth, then secretary of state, Green Cove horopson.Spring; J \estccn.:Mr and Mrs L- Boots and Shoes,neat and durable at : '. ,t
the
into Ark-ah.
Jiouarj I2th sustain her well established reputation 110 Ledger, no Independent, nor any religious a-gwine dictatedby Emery.Tocoi; J Linden. t Jones.John F Lawrence '
the following gentlemen of kind. There Just at this point he stopped speaking adroitly chinged language bavannah; Mr G L Fox and child.Middleton.Ct; ii

*'eretl nd Dun:tors fin the ensuing I fur hospitality.In Evening paper Express any to publish the daily was a few moments, wiped his f"rheal. the president to soften it and make J Baker JP&MRR. A COMPARATIVE h j'OF I

J et. John Claik.: D. Greenlwif, M. -- arrivals n at the hotel!. for there was onlyone turned back his wristband*, ran his fin the message more diplomatic in terms, JACKSONVILLE RETAIL MARKET.

''. I> Short. gers through his h.alr'uF and rubbedhis and more conformable to peaceful and DIFFERENT I
rwf Charles A. FairehildV.. M. hotel of any importance and any- I Corrected Weekly by J. B.ROCHK.Grocer.Bay street.
Dost1lirk -Tho steamer Lizzie Baker has re- body who wanted to know what arrivals boot in U, drank a little water, commenced courteous national: intecourse. nut .
W. FOWLS CAME. CEO. M. .
X T. [Prepared by -
iltLe-an. \\ .
and
ioor C'I Etinied her irips once more. there were might easily consult the reg on a lower key, proceededas when Mr. Donaldson,' the president'sprivate Venison,per Ib _, 15 fit SO '
.JAmes M. Sh *maker; and at a 1 ister. That one hotel was the City Hotel follows: read to him from Chickens per pair._....._... 75 : "But would fail bretberin secrettry Chickens,half 40((3 6** .N. Y. (9 ) ,, -' '
nettiagof the Ban, -Since the holidays the northern sufficient for the time me,my grown per pair Mopf-
of iireotor6fT, which ¬ only the proof sheets, Jackson stopped him Turkey,each,(few in the market)_. f i as a S oo J.,EslEY& b' "
Jr. c. lIoore was t'let'led President tourists have arrived in goodly numbers. accommodation of all the first-class to describe all the animals that went Turkey*,small. .* I'S 4* i 7> Braukboro, Vt.. ((9 tops) ''
John but it contained the only into the Ark-ah. Your patience.and my when he got, to the part relating to Wild 1 urkeys. eacb-___ a OD'*2 jo SIMMONS & CLOUGH. .

dark: Vice I'n:Iden t and James -The Itradbury mill property has tr\'el.assembly room"a1s in the city. which was strength would give out before I 'got France. "Read that again, sir,'" said Partridges each.10@ "xa LOR Detroit.ING *Mich.BLAKE.. (to stops) .. -

fiboeQ1.Jbf Casbier. been leased for one year to Mr. E. II. used for public balls, banquets, and hll.lfbl( gh-ah. We talk, my brether he; "that is not my language; it has nsK.__ QSbcepltca.J. Worcester. Ma-*. (10 stops) IBcton
Mullet string. liS
-- of this will There the faith of Abraham and the ben and I wilt have no other per SMITH AMERICAn ORGAN CO.. : J
Seofield city Operations other public meetinijs. was no l' changed, .per rotnj. u(4 2S ,Abila", (10 HOpI) .
Our Weather. DA commenced at once. Astor House, nor Delmonic's. nor restaurants pltienc ot Job-ah ; but it'strikes me expression of my own meaning than Baas. cufh. .. liS Cif 50NEAT TAYLOR&IARLEY. 3 S
The I but they didn't go much ahead of old Noer- ,. Worcester,Mass.. (*.stops) i
fact that t tt ; words. The original words .
"the oldest resident"4i my own, NEW ENGLAND ORGAN CO.: .
-Tb sun ponreth forth his brilliant ab. It tuck a right smart chance of bothto Bacon.C. Rr per lh it '334
.
tot tec U "BILLY" substituted, and his' absolute Beef Fulton market.per1b(4 az}, Boston, ) .. ((10 stops) .M .
were
iiO of NIL all and
prolonged a that gopher-wood
Period gt-ther ORGAN CO.
i LEBANON .
,
4&rk rays one more, which rausctJi the Juno.(:)per IP__ 3 15ft
Alld gloomy jraatiier hiu a sort olin kept a coffee house on the corner of Pine. and other truck for to build thatcratt-ah. dictation wrung from France the money Porkper Ib- ,,-...,.- _. < 15Shoulden. Lcbano .N. H., ((10 stopi)
ttitlIo1uiuo invalid to rejoice and munch the luscious William and there a. I of and which could have been obtained Ham. per Ib-____, 65 it MANNINO ORGAN Co., '
and streets never
it, |"," kfter atlt. does not was am a sort crpnte.myself. lb 4's '3" Rockport Maw., (tostops) ... .
per -
-
lntIrtlJ lIIakc peanut, while su.n.ba.Ung! on i U"ixll Street House on the site of BrownBrotberi' have some* idee t to through diplomacy. White Bacon,per lb.- & 13 .CEO. WOODS & CO.
a. .tifi' with our .UnPedcttc4M CambrHgepon, Mass .(10 stops)_ S
the street corners.A I banking house. There was hammer, 'and saw, and nail, and split Courier Journal TLOnt. CEO. A PttINCE&CO.. .

Ai 'uerable weather; but of then but one place of public amusementin away on that one hundred and p White per bU?_ 9 Q.ott BuffJo.N Y., (toBUKIiETl p'- J "
lie.'* of the terribly severe weather large number passengers the wboje city, and was the Old twenty 'yea h. an' lookin' for his pay Extra Ked per bbl -----_ .9 xo ORGAN CO '
tat IMMIGRANTS-ORANGES.-The tide Superfine, bM_ _.7 ft Erie Pa., (iostopsV
per
I.btbu rived the train last Thret,
Thurs4.f. *
held me %orih IIntl iforthweet on Park Theatre. There was in another world-ab tell ye my breth Corn Mr..per sack ...- .300 f MAON"& HAMLNORGAN LO.. .
Ja h. Ie sleeping cars weN attached to the train, then but one rich man in New York erin, if the Lord had: a-sot Job at that, of immigration has fairly' set in. Hominy per lack 300 330 Boston, Ma'sitistopsj.. .

Jot1r 7"flirt tnJr ce.d
t II ,ni (rom the weather. It not be considered rich in these opulent advice inside of fifty year-ah. Besides more wagons pass through our streets, Apples. per bbtJ jo A 4 O0* BRUCE & CHARD.. r *sBoMon. ,

"ported that about ville. .. Peter his soul was vexeJ Southward. These : Limes, per cluz.10. ft ISU Mass.. (to stops)__ ..
the eighth i to tenth day* ,Fifty yea Cooper was no.doubt righteous wending their way .per. ..._ '_- 50 & EATON, --" "
c4 Jwimry in the Xorthwert. the iherJ Jtessrf. Newell & Rockwell. of Boston keeping a grin-cry in tht Bowery; band runnin', with the filthy immigrants peneraly come from Alabama Rnmna*. ch_.i 3 e s WILLIAMs HOLN. H.. (1 t1lOpl---. .

*** ranged from 1O'J 10 S7 below Yalldtrbt and Georgia great manycomp. Worcester &Iua..1' (Qostops__ .
Iero 'Show Cards" in town. They tavern in Jersey, a.an that always a-loaferin' and Corn per busht7'-- za' @ s JIO .
Cheyenne. our. get rni e waJ a-SUD from' the portion of the ) HORACE WATERS a SONi.. '
8 1 00
r ats.pcrbushel .
&, With the** facts bfl adjunct ,to, the steamboat in which be ttrin. around-ah, a-pickin up his tools upper New York, (v>stops). -
re them in unusuaUy fine style and the t ROV 1SIC NS. .
** ian wuster aU the re ignan up carried passengers from IVhilehaH awl n-micplacin'! em, and ala' him State ,seeking a warmer 'atmosphere, AMERICAN MODEL' ORGANS. ;
jioi1 V' Salt sack_ I-n''@ 2> :S Hartforx.Ct to J > -
dem..4or! them U increasing rapidly.The soil and healthier! locations. per --- \ stops ,
I & and slender and better -
suary and be wore content with PlMhuU-iphiis ; a yuaog an olc fool or IOOethin' worab; Butter per Ib. -- 35 i ii" 45 PRkbCOTTORGAHCO.. .

e ruld. znit1 wethtia .Ib"t .t&1UI regular Hops at the Grand .National Irishman, with bright hazel eyes. acltur to cap the c1mu. he preacher, Many have an ;eye to orange culture, cbceic perlb9_ tS..@i .liS Concord. ,N.H. (9.ItOJ'I-. .

tilled bere and pre- will commence tbu evening and complexion, and reddish hair by UiO and bad that :gineratioo in bis the all-absorbing topic of the day. Eaas.Lard.pcrlh(scarce)per *>. _- '- '--. 40 8 to B. SIIONINGER & Co., ,

welcome }1eartil the name Alexander T..twar bad just hand Suoday-ah. But the Lord And ,why shouldn't ,it absorbing, Potatoes. Irish per ".. @ 1 .New "'
ever Ct. s
InnLb..ttatbLS and 53T Haven (10
will take place Tuesdays Thursdaysol Sweet .I
--
*eem about Ui laror us. opened a email store stood and,seed him trough'tbejoab elbow he .
says
a friend at our OnIonepetbaib.-----------' e -
-p.-, __ ,. each week! Sacred music et'lr sunday on Broadway, opposite the great white ; and when everything was ready when aree'"teh' twelve old that DareD rBUTT., TEN PERCENT DISCOUNT -.

,,.o u* friend full orcfces. marble palace which now he didn't send Jfocr pot to .scrimmage, has or years mentioned ,-
Wood bat bee looking evening bJ'lrrOcus Oupiesl of Peaches per Ib.._' _. IS 3S On\ e.last. ona
him year'Itpwards' -
4llllte l block between Chambers aod scour and bunt 'al over the wild yields 2,000 Blackberries per Ib.' .-- 3o .
nrltljon account of tb. bad tra, from 8 t streets, and in ,that little sbop be began world for to git up critters &d'vr- oranges, and he h ,sold them at two Currants,per.b.-__ --- IS 8 3SC1TDR1KS. SPLENDID, EUREKA $ -

; tQt lwuy. he Uiall keep lit --if it requires thirty-*** line of poetry teaching the bnsine men.of New York mint tat he wanted 'saved-ah. They cents each. There is 'no doubt that Apples.per Ib -'R 123 And
gI1er7 '
open raia r shine, and that (one stanza.in Latin) t enable the the be.ett of "one price." and of never his band of their own acrd. further south the orange ,can he cultivated Wood.pine,Pluord-,-_'-.- 3 75 L 4 eo t. LESSONS 'FRE&GF. .

'1 en tbo wt 4ier .4ocs come to terms. St. James poet to send a letter from this mIrprenton t his customers. and Noer only bad to led 'em In'and to a better.advantage, butrighthere Wood NorthcrD.sawed cor' -._ '. S SO.{ s, n' .1 -' ''
: that ia fix: 'em around in their Then Hay. per cv'- I 4> i\:
tUstumen wilt dnd all i plesa in Alachna county there'isa plenty wie who buys one oltIIcM elegant
the [mpr n. city to Norfolk, Va. how malylne.onld the CoaUP ---- 'o' "*' fIO any
life teacher.CAai. be his'own ;
f early 'fStewar" wa a : gethered up and At locations for 'f1Q.> Ftopda,per pi---- 7 "' 10 ( lriuseethest t
tke l .
;:; :: photographic aft j.t 'hii it take to send a letter"round the F. Briggt, Na York Indepen- Lord shut him in,and the heavens the. of gocd htnds, Haaey,strained.per gal-----> ,*.,--i 'W' r eoTalJoor. '
i or .' sm-nrs.1UL"SIC "
At Mieanopy it is clearly' peril -_ __: o : P' t.j.i :
? > den' '" '. windows Tras oranges. .. ,,, .
pned-a.- ; r' ,. ,"' "" .t'', 'I. : ':::" 'k"1It
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THE NEW SOUTH : WEEKLY. JACKSONVILLE SATURDAY, JANUARY ;16, 1875. .


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,-, : wind that It is safe to that no one could bebund TOM SANDERS Buffalo owns a lit ,LEOAllTN
: Protection for Oranges.The violence of any sodden high say : \ .
editorial of the "
? 1: CITY NEWS. -Te rooms F may spring up in, the north-west, as is 'II to advocate such a return, andtherefore tie, lazy, slow! mare, that is the'ridi-

.grlurt, seem to have een tans following sensible article is from occasionally the'case. Therefore, if timber when we come t speak ,of cule of his'friends. One recent even BANKRUPCY.

"VEDNEDA Y OUNIlN'Grltt. formed into a perfect musium of vegetable Our Home Journal and written by one stand some distance from the grove these things let us talk intelligently upon ing heand: some'of these friends were

January 13, cariosities. Our agricultural friends of the most successful of the Louisiana on the north side, let it be, but if near to tem, and reflect before we denounce a talking of horses, when he astonished In tkt Dittrict wr'v tl'ti I,

4 _ _187l.Aer it: cut it down and your orchard will bethe.better imperfect as it was, which has /'rII ,
will visit the of The similarity of ;
by
t ; enjoy calling upon growers orngel. for it. transformed a waste into one of the them by offering to bet a' hundred la the matter o tag PENNSYLVAI"*

> Hose Company No. i. editor on Ocean street near Bay. climatic conditions and the inherent says your-correspondent, does grandest regions on the 'globe.-Jnter- dollars that he could ride .his'mare '1874.PANY.Bkp. By 'the 'V_.
But
of the article make it valuable side have ,the Ocean. in hour. He Court for o o ..Clt c
At the annual election of officers for Excursions up and down the St. good sense : on> the north twenty mies' an count the Eastern. W P, ,
S S- Bankruptcy.SIb. ft5WI Is
: the Alert Hose Co. No. 1, held on Wednesday Johns river, by full band : same influence a'the forest" timber,.only I ed out money in 3 tantalizing way, b tl at public auction,o db r W
The Cuba. 'lbn
Annexation of '
accompanied : MR. EDITOH:-Your Abbeville correspondent on a greater degree. .Certlly not, remarking that his .marc, had to o'clock. a.,_.a 7 ,
evening the 6th Inst., the following of music ought be the next in ben countyStaiccuborida
thing the of :
The of I
t bodies of water possibility a change policy
in the issue of Our Home Journal Large moerate laughed at long enough, and he,, No i_All that certain piece or .
named officers were elected: order the weather will admit of the winds passing them in to Cuban affairs is also much pr '
Forman as soon as and Rural Southland o f December 19, pcrtur respect made his mind to ,show what sbe In the county o frkll State< ol
B. E. Oak 1st Assistant Foreman ; and load them with moisture. and, discussed. It is certain that a fight has up ApafachkoU L.__ .
f. : c ; and we see no reason why they 'says, in an article on orange culture, a could seemed like where the 9c.north a
do. It robbing point tine
: C. W. DaCosta 2d Assistant Foreman of late hear that before s'id. in the moisture is the chief been going on for some' time on the I south and osol I'o .
; would not be well patronized.The "It seems strangely t m r.1 a :
benefit the of the A fog Cuban between Fish on Tom, so they all saidto, take bet, wa CJ
P. w. ; and Treasurer there should be no timber on the north trees orchar. question ,Seretary bs bin twenty (3)) and 6fty( (jo)lnk'"
"
nikey; Secretary the early morning he hand who moderatecounsels but he insisted and the 'st were Ih We comer of said section r -- *.
Florida has side"' of ) "that the imong trees, one prefers ( )
Circulating Library ( an orange grove and seventy-five((73))links. ofa
4 H. II., Weller, Jr. ; Recording Secretary, become a decided institution and, wear trees may be hardened," and then asks, fully neutralizes the effects of any, frost and on the other the ring composed put into trustworthy hands. A lid ln.l on t c..oC east the !_- trncI c

: :. ::t. J. J. Duncan.-- .., ._-- glad to learn, is liberally patronized., does not water on the north side. in a that. mav have fallen during of wateron, the;nigh. fGcn_ .Rufus, '! Ingt1ls of New York was' chosen for the trial, and when ) TbomasOrmanandAnaon e.up the lid HAkojjj.nonk.cightsIx a gjve o-eVu t C.j
Again bodies to the
I degree, have the same large Jen. labcock.l'rivate secretary Tom led them to the Central (86)
f J : greater intucnces came I C'cL
J Death of an old Citiren. New works are being added day by day, timber ?" Being largely interet north sfde of a grove are actively bene Casey Collector sixteen(it)links to a tcp r. o( ,,.,.j
r Railroad depot;where the homely lit
l some of them of the most attractive in planting, and having duringthe ficial to it during a cold, frosty of New Orleans. This trio are'under- erse post in the creek above t p 1.
: Yesterday noon a dispatch was received orange ((17)) and 100 east of the 1
tIe chan 7*
:: character. is located on Bay street, past six'years given close and special -. matter how ,calm the air may ,be,, and stood to favor a sharp and aggressive mare was abocsd a baggage said i,bears north,f Il C Lflt, f
$ : from Madison, the county seat of I it immaterial on which side of desire car. Tom had ticketed her for I south. dc w"IJ cs.
is
( attention to the orange. I will presume -. more, policy towartisSpain, and to } the Rohes ten. twe"-c OD ( ")d;
: Madison county,announcing the sudden between Pine and Laura street. to reply to the inquiry of your cor the grove the water is locatel. so far as ultimate annexation of Cuba, while Mr. ter by express, and when the train was welfve fn. Uciu) an, fy-'KnIC-ln( ) 1 '
tene.
p : : .-,0." death of Captain Samuel A. Spencer, -Quite a delegation of evil doers has respondent.The the beneficial effects of Fish wishes to get along smoothly and ready to start he got on her back grees .cl aD tweDY11&an (s8surveyofMy ( k. .?"

: :. ::" (recently of the house of Spencer. Max- left this city for the Cliattahoochce Pen- purpose of a protection to an or- provided ,the frosty night be perfectly preserve the public peace. The President smiling triumphantly. He said he icula; thence along,the One of said survey of rfA fii
cold windsare
when north
j with is of a two-fold char calm.; It is only. has leaned alternately to each wingor twelve ( tothe
: : well & Co.) from apoplexy. His remains itentiary under instructions of Judge ange grove us of reckoned that he could ride that way (1ljclin arctcorosi,,,
wateris
I acter. First-against the mechanical blowing thai a large body faction, but has geneVally allowedMr. tn st. an
i; '' ; will probably be brought to Jacksonville Archibald, of tho 4th Judicial Circuit effects of high winds and storms. Sec- more beneficial to tbe grove,when oc Fish to shape his positive action. twenty [miles in an hour, unless the City, Ib( c.iains and f tJ"wo(njbnluTifS 1
along Gnc t
city !
J :" 'J for interment Captain Spencer where it is to ho hoped they may be ra.. ond-againsl the effects of sudden changes the north side than on any other side.I Mr. Fish has insisted, that it was ungenerous time table lied. Away went the train, marsh to a tble.point on a si wit the wharf and thwack,,, rf""

: : -: was an old and valued member ot the formed. people will violate the laws ot temperature and severe frosts. am prepared to give:the results of to the Spanish republic to press with the referee holding his watch, city Tunic survey an bed by Ul)hbIll"

tr-. Masonic fraternity 32, a valuable citi- I Time orange, in its tropical home, needs careful 'experiments and observationsmade the Madrid government on Virginias and the three fellows who had joined bounded by said t creek.piE. o harWasxi t ba.:
of abide the
the must conse-
".'1 \ land.they only the first kind of prlection! but in itssenmifropical by myself to fully substantiate the question ; but since tho'republc has it, ,the,bet again t the mare very sorrowful of Aplcbicl.; conu.gthrtyor ( )_ !

t I /: zes,a firm, consistent friend, :thorough quences thereof. home, as with us, both statements in this article. I been overthrown is he of expression. About' fifteen chinerr.saws.,)belts steam,Situ,saw,.and mUl.wUt runniig o"a'

i ,I. .:; gcntlemr.n and an honest man. May .kinds- -- -aru. needed.... The severe Match S. F. CARD, will be forced to adopt a more energetic miles'had been run in about half an erected on the thirty(jo) acre tract o bad ahnv,.
'. *' his Ten degrees difference in the the and --- -- ---- of reclamation in that and scribed.
: I the green turf lie lightly upon winds, and especially August & style case hour and Tom in anticipation No. a. Afco east natf of
,':j; bosom. weather yesterday and the day previous September gale-s, to which the orange The Union Pacific and Credit Mobilier. also for the restoration of the embargoed was grinning the eat half o luh'tb 'iarter tlOD oat qu

.t I Louisiana ',is often do estates of the Americanswho of easy victory, when the car jag one (x6o) ]losT
w ,indicates that there is certainly a belt in subject, There is a great deal of misapprehension or sequestered No. Also fractional ac IR
of some damage to trees, and especially are planting in Cuba. The attainment bumped over something, and he was and j. of Mt number*a( and
; Election Officers. change for the belter. With the exception orange existing in the public mind relativeto tot number 3, 15.containing WhusrfrS
.I, to their fruits, hence grove skir- 'which the of these two objects would be far thrown off the mare, by hastily applied and nil ve and 2610((45 76oo)acre*Bortgr
,, : the evils have arisen from :
the ..EtnaStenra of the medical knowof
At tbe annual meeting of fraternity we
/ is themechanical from the Cuban their
hills safer from k
ted with timber or of aid to railways. satisfying ring, air brakes. An axle had broken, 4. Abo the aoni> end of Forbes 5 bnd ..__
V : c'" .( Fire Engine Company: held at none that arc benctitted by the climate effects of winds than one not granting Especially i is government this the case of the Union object being war.and annexation. It is and the train was stopped for more .yed..o and supvoned t contain,.hundred> (Wion'))

$ following have been forced to endure for Therefore we conclude thought that they would be glad to All i township! 6,south nmyt,g we 3No
; their rooms on the 8th inst., the we not so protected. Pacific, which became so notorious in get than an hour. And Tom not so 5. Al,o fractional sections s.d,

'., :r, officers were elected for the ensuing tho past two weeks. that; forests left for protection of connection with the,Credit llbiertrns rid of Secretary Fiah, but it is not likely rueful over the loss of the was stakes and rO oore and eighty and 57-100(480 a ( 73.JM jostthuna>) !
this kind are desirable, and of serviceto that he wiil quit the Cabinet or adoptthe moy les.No a
l' ', :"i year: Foreman, Wm. liaya; Assistant -- --- action. There is a vague, policy of intervention in the pendingcivil the failure of his trick, as he was over .. Also fractional,tetK>a 2 xcei
,. an orange grove. w..
the minds of Re eattoi Carurcreek,
'ij, .' ;..j4 i Foreman, B. A. Thebaut; Secretary: J. The New Club House. But as.our March winds and Autumn less the people positive that, impression the public in was war in the island.-Louisville' Cou his stupidity in not thinking of taking hundred* f jno)acre*. C1ld 1 > .

? f ',': J C. Andreu; Corresponding Secretary, Mr. Editor:-The old adage says, and gales arc chiefly from the south-east and someway directly by Treasury this Credit rier-Journal- the mare off the car and rkting the hwidrcd No. 7.awl Axw aistynine fractional; awl ftciion 27( Ct_"_.

l -; .:, Abbe Du'h: Treasurer II. T. Baya; I with a great deal of truth, that "straws south-west, the harm to our orchardsand : Mobilier of robbcl, : that of course rest of the twenty miles, as there had norm,vr fcs*. UIO i

fruit from winds. is to be expected .the suffer the loss. The Nassau Agricultural Society. been ample time to do within the No S Au! 6ainaJ secUM 14,cotan.'W.cd .
) :','1 Engineer, John Ining; Assistant Engineer show) which way the wind blows, from these directions. Therefore, the countrmust an and 6ioo \51 1

.' : .,:, ,; Edward Gordon. The three first and the new Club House,' opposite the south-cast, south and south-west sides transaction was bad subsidies enough but now This society raet on Saturday evening hour. more No.o 9AVso*len. fexcnaal secU>.jfi; Um5tg
that the of is .
question againup
.1 ;;, re-elected. should be far Dec. 19th, at their rooms, on Second ( acres more I less. \
named Park about of the protected as IAn o
were City being opened by grove J
,
it is wel enough to understand the Street which has been neatly fitted up A coarse, ill-natured fellow died 7,!> '. J, :;i,::. : Tha meeting then adjourned to the Hon. John Morrisy of New York, indicates as possible by forest trees. affair fully. and gratuitously tendered by Mr. J. J. one day and friends assembled at To b sold free o insb.IU.O the fclknriia
; the and fall term:
j .\ .t residence of Foreman Baya, where u beyond question- the advent luring winds spring give,us summer but little trouble, When it was found not only desirable Byrne. his funeral, hi no one had a good hundred((1500)Fol h dulb o th 1 I day f o,Jc drL a\fiftm f

collation in to of certain class of whose but almost a necessity to have: some The Seed Committee reported a follows due,on.fout lh cbal ,
bountiful ,
l : "; was waiting a gentlemen and during the winter the northern mode of communication with word to say about the deceased. Evenat live lh ,on.urh tbre syimnj, .

;'t 'ir;11 which the guests did ample justice. recognized wealth, position and influence winds are not severe enough to mechanical the quicker far West and Pacific coast than by : Onions needs, two varieties in :t ;pot out, not oftwcntyfvl the grave all were silent. At lengtha from the.in delivery njuruh uf;the and deed tlm;balance th purchase i twelve musty nooil so-

: : tf After a pleasant interchange of sentiment can hardly fail to accomplish wonders )' i injure the trees. Therefore, a the old. style of'Stage or water travel, it come planted Beets, two vari-! good hearted German, as he turned pai t b secured by Wid and wtungafe l die sm
np.
of forest the north lne interest from the
'4 ;h::' and :brief )half hour spent much for the future interests of Florida. protection far trees on winds was proposed that a company be incorported ties; radishes, two varieties; to go home said : "Veil, he was a deed.cs. The othf* parccWfov' d.s ea 0 ll> delivery 0 i the
side of
so as at
: 1 : -, the enjoyment of all plesent. the boys It is this class who appreciate, better a J1'ove is not \.iolent the to build railroad and telegraph all fairly tested turnip .' every !tell goot schmoker." of the sale ".def'reryoftbcdztd,.
: t arc materl to At the time place the foOowng
lm
cncl line, and that should receive such aD
.* they growing, it proved to be fresh -I-- will be sold p
: adjourned) to their homes, all perhaps than: most others, our peculiaradvantagesof : well-being ol the grove. .nt gen- property

l'I' '" .. pleased with the proceedings highl. climate, and, solicitous I forest timber be left on the north insure assistance the from early the,completion government of Ihe as would enter- uine.: }time)Parsnips, carrot and&c., require "Pretty bad under foot to-day," 10.Ct) Cf (,.lo.more or 4 tin less oil)o 0.6,0": r.lst(more o o.)
; longer to germinate were notreported
1) :.. for the health of those endeared to them of a grove as a protection from the in- said one citizen to another as they cross lies3 tJ of nurs and washer. tarze on
i Accordingly, company was The committee stocks t ,and machinery,
,;' .11 evening. winds from that direction llre. : on. recom- tug slk. sJli.gOuie.MLS cam U led,
; .0- the ties of inducements comparatively: light by act of Congress, and to met in the street. "Yes, but i's fine office desks 2} b.vtthftrigo.
mended far
by no special corporated as as practicable, to order
afc.tion let it bo least three hundred
at ,i nnrtking loCof rowwliuh
.t" Big Invention. this donated to assist overhead responded the b. Iclie n.
; ; t Congress ,
':
are needed to persuade them yards from the north side of the company the seeds in bulk, which are usually .((1'011 or kss)o lb. Bos of u. il
Lloyd, the faraons map man: who for hereinaltcr grove in building the rOOd, five alternate sections fresh, and not in tho small packages, "True enough," said the first, "bt jacltscrew. % ke; spikes j griwtxonr,4 ames.2
to real estate in this reasons given.
: purchase vicinity bales of boa of .frubber
of land mile the i ntt
Grant and per on proposedrouie. which may have been kept on hand for then very few are going that way. t oal, Utter "I,2 Ir.
made all the maps for General The second kind of protection and > i press pans ol tug
", and locate heie :.s residents for at least It was also that on the t.J
f1'.. \ agreed in some of the large establish &c.,2 Saws.4 fiks.
years .hn.
of far in o ct
i. : the Union certificates of which he the one more imporUucu to us 1.'P
army, completion of miles of road ft resin put skiff
the
winter months. every forty ments. A assortment of seed brl a .I.
I our semi-tropical climate, is against sudden general A in the west preaching I and !,
I
''' Dublished I 1, h:1 just invented : way of the fo\'eroment should issue bonds of will be ordered at once and kept on negro parson wagon,i lot" bt. wire,i. of c.0 a

.'I j I ',,: getting a relief plate Iroin steel so as to } \'er.man cOI'crsantvith the gen- changes of temperature aOl severe the; United States, bearing interest atsix hand. : against the love of money, con- I lot of glass o j.ulalC i iron "I row lost s, I..

i '* eral news of the day, knows full well frosts. per cent. in currency, to the Mr. Byrne exhibited beets planted. cluded his sermon by saying : "And, ihe i upright imn boiler 1 coil of r..c ,
amount
of the American Conti- and box, of .
:; print Lloyd's Map The best safest protection against steam I can paint what Mr. Morrisy has done for the village of of $10,000 per mile. These were September 4tb ten inches in circumference finally, brethren, you can judge what 1 be personal property will be. for<.ah.HERY .
these is
'" ,, '\i nent-showing from ocean to ocean-on a large body water, near oralongside to run thirty at tho end of which of C T ER R Y,Awpee.
: \ years and nineteen Inches long. God! of by the class
of has it money
one entire sheet of bank note paper, 40 SarLgle : given a. of this grove, or, better still, time they were to be paid, principal and Mr. Ross exhibited sweet think JOSEPH M. SlUKCtS.Deruty.
oranges, i.64v
people gives ,
it was able to before all around it. i
prestige never acquire to.
? interest the and
rj' ,, '. ; :x50 inches large, on :lightning press. And hen the of by company, to se'ursuch sixteen of which grew upon two trees ,
.1 and trebled value of real comes inquiry your issue of bonds o
the estatein the said
1 4," and colored sized: and varnihedforihie If water is a good "payment only four years and nine months from Drawers and Undershirts,very cheap at BtCKY
protection
direction about that correspondent. was constituted a first mortgage on the the seeds. "Fellow trablers, said a colored

.2 *' ,' ,';\ wall s as t stand washing, and inailv Surrounded every by men of wealth and\icnity.position -. fn, is a-smaller not a forest also-? though, pcr- road with all its rolling stock and other Mr. Place exhibited a mammoth plantof preacher, "ef Iliad been eatn' dried I N BANKRUPTCY.Jm .

: iu the world (jpr 25 haps, degree This in fact loan
:
: -v ing anywhere appurtenances. was a
cent Kale which measured over twelve apples for a week, and to
and The mistake makesis Putricl Qntrt e/ ike !i//rr titKortktnt
his views liberal 'our correspondent
enlarged cx- } II L".ir
:i' l t unvarnished for 10 This of tbe credit of the which.t .
r" ; !' or cents. map in that the protection af- government feet in circumference. Mr. Williamson drink for a monf I couldn't feel District .

M '.:: : shows the whole United Suites and Territories penditures have been fully endorsed' by supposing by a of timber is the same was thought would enable the company had good specimens of new potatoes mo' up dan I am dis minit In the matter of JOS. V. SCOTT. Eaukiupc '
.r them and carried out with 'o sufficient ready together swel'd Nolke I ii lhat the above .
a rapiditythat rise money placed: in his maiket for sale, by parties hereby given DIJo
It J, in a group, from surveys to 1875, in character and consequences.: A bodyof with their subscriptions, to build and wid pride an vanity at seeing such. Scnu.who has been adjudged a "" <4.of .
I the Fcrnandina
ei; no ordinary man might hope to necomplish. water moderates the of: living near vity.- 06sfri''r Consreu entitled .An Act to ouWi s loikinhi'':
full evenin'
'tendenre bar dis
with a million )places on it, such as temperature equip the, road. The land grant was } **
'J The public at large have of the air passing over it, and fills it ./ system of IbDINII Y t"fl1 the United States
.r be available .- ,, Court h1pciit14.praIngto
i : ;: towns, mountains: lakes, not expected to immediately .n approved in uk
ctiesiage' with moisture to be carried the del&
be U ,
among *
I. been the and discharged
would fml
course gainers thereby which al
'4 .:; ,1 rivers, streams gold mines, railway trees and iu Ihii the secret of bene- except as security, THE VINE GROWERS of California P OST-OFF'ICE NOTICE. and other claim provable undt sl.Ila,h shearing
I It render tho stock safe and investment
: I for many years to come, the citizens of I desi.able attention b had upon the same a|a toro IUW\p
J' are yearly paying more to
stations. &c. This map should be in ficial to be holden Franklin .
therefore enable the Fr"
company -
AND OF MAILS bf.r c
Saratoga will hne cause to bless the It is tec.known that the effects of a :01 preparing raisins for market, and the ARRIVAL DEPARTURE ruptcy.at hi ofce.In the city of Jacksonville,i ia 4.
Send the But .
bou 25 of it
cents to to to
t e. Lloyd dispose advantage. CLO98.
St every ai Map Company, Philadelphia, and hour that Mr. Morrisey selected this killing frost can he wholly ncutrLJztdhy ihese 'auiieipalions were not realized raisin crop of that State is likely to Northern and Wetm.daily., xoou AIKIVK A. M. ai:
: you popular watering place as bis temporary throwing water of a temperature : and for a long time capitalists shunned assume commercial importance. Someof extra mai fr O-ik. on who have proved their deb.s>nd other penow!Ia'

:,,.1 wi get a copy by return mail. residence. little above, but near the freezing point, the investment, and the enterprise lag those who have gone into this'business and leave ull at pltlS: M.west_.....-.I..._ joo; A. ) said interest petitioner, may attend should and not.be granted,wiy| the prayer of

1 Favorably impressed by the general on the the morning trees ,in before your the orchand sun i is,up early to melt iii I ged. Even after the organization of the have met with remarkable success. Fernanuina, daiiy and..__Florida_....... Railroad ._?.- 10:00 A. M. 2:40 p. M. im.a6- wit PlLIi W..TERCtif -- .
:: il The Ivy Green. Credit Mobilier, which was merely a Saint Augustine and Palaita,
4; A of the San Francisco
** of the Land of Flowers as the frost and thaw the frozen sap. The I construction and the correspondent daily.IMindayexcept" 8:00F.M. 8:00A.M. \ Silk Scftrfc tn Ylr\1 color,at BUASSIGNEE'S '
reputation -
'Ii t1; When, by direction of the city fathers, moisture from the body of water near i company asMgniiient Bulletin writes from Yolo county that Key\Ve ...
one of the healthiest localities of the to it of a contract to build ( .....t.arv... eer
vi ;. ,; Bay street suddenly submerged Lyman'srestaurant Union, and in accordance with.thc advice the grove acts on the trees in the same miles of the road. the prospects wtr"10 he has made this year seventeen day clones every-Hnn.rT.l.T Thursday Tt.I.,?u.. IOIOQA. M. 240 p.M.Enterprise. NOTICE OfPI T.

f I below its lc\c fears: were way a the bucket of water you throw little brighter. Finally: the Credit Mo pounds of raisins from a vine which Mconvie.! Sand 1 .

::1 : *j' entertained by the friends of the propri- of his attending physicianMr Mor- upon them to protect them from the results bier voted to add fifty per cent, to its at present prices will sell for two dollars. Saturday.-Point.arivc._.Tuesday_._.....-_and._. p.x. 8:0 A.H. Jn tfn District Court LJjIriig oj fbr:f*
risy has chosen Jacksonville as his future of the frt,t of the night though in Fort George, Bluff and 4:3 <
stock, and, to insuie its sale and Having vines .clo
1. : I.-;; etor that great injury had been done; a slower and less degree. capital 500 to an acre, 'J uesday lathe matter CHAS. )RIDENiERC.Bkr
home during the winter season and the tealizaiion of to push its contract .aYjrl ... .___. o
money this the _.
: ?' $ but Mr. Lj man's: motto is rcsurgam, A forest on the north side of a groveacts at rate product of his vineyard ?- 4:0P.M. To whom it may concern: The Icnig hmb
4 each subscriber was entitled to i leaves Wednesday and Sat gives notice of his appointment as .
: t. V- and to.diY'hO more attractive place of is daily c'xpectcd among us. His superb as a protection against cold north receive bonus ot would realize $1,000 per acre. This. ....,.__._.__ 9100: A. M Fdenbcrg.oDuvai county flnw."ithi. (d a
as a an equal amount ury.
Club House has been magnificently wind by simply lessening the amountof correspondent raised the present sea- _...._._"__..,.... 10:0A.: J. loooA.MOFFICE trict.who has been adjudged a his o.
:? /:;;:;; entertainment can be found in Jacksonville : first mortgage bonds of the Union Pacific petition by the District Court of nid up
decorated and adorned, and is now nearly heat carried away by the winds from The stockholdersin son about 100 tons of grapes from HOURS. J. OREELLYAasignce.>
: t than "The Ivy Green." the and, as a matter of course, Company. leading of The post-office will' Ic open daily(Sundays excepted) Jan. 6. 81S. C 3.
vines of different
twenty-six acres
There the
I for grV
4 ready occupancy. tourist tho railway were members of the construction from 8 A. M to 6:30: p. M.

., .4} I To I tastetully decorated exterior the will find the Bclmonts the Woods, is in only motion.But a Iroteltion while the winds are ( company, aud so this arrange ages. His raisin grapes are muscats, o'clock The office M.will be open on Sundays from la to 13 Ladies- underwear.- '-b- obtained. at liL'CKY'S. -
visitor will find united r.
restaurant
: ... : and the Lorrillards of New York, with when the cold north north-wes ment was made without difficulty.Here and he says some of them actually The general and bx deliveries will be open at all
: where the best of cooks and the most then, was the way the matter measured five inches in their times during the regular hours except when tbe mails SALE.
other gentlemen equally distipguUhcd and 'north-east wiAds of the day calm largestcircumference. received being d SSIGNEE'S
iiTluted. A
stood A in the CreIitM- an
I I
waiters render breakfast :
attentive of
: sto'khoher This is the
1 down, as they usually do at night then variety MONEY ORDER OFFICE.
for wealth and high position in society.It bluer was intellsttd: in the contmelswhih I will offa at Public Sale in front of the Court HOUH
: i dinner or supper a luxury, and a bowling is that is the time we get the killing frosts had been entered into with the best grown in California for making The money order office will.b open from 9 A. M-to Door in the city Jacksonville.V>tie hijhe I bd.
) ;, .: alley where those exercise by no means improbable our Now the absolute moisture raisins. One man can pick and Iu p. u. and from 3 t 4 p. M on he I3th day of Jwnu-iry.t3j5 at II m.he
,j requiring favored State tl'mlertul'end railway company: at high rates. He was lay Money order are ioue:at this office payable in any ing described property,bcmu part the asscuot J.
greatly may possess peculiar of and in the : o
of the United and l tao orders : in
for
or an cxcitatnnt to appetite or digestion grove durng given, as an inducement subscribe out drying 800 pounds of grapes part Stte. pyae W.Scott,Bankrupt.
.r attractions for them, and if so, a a calm, frosty night, following ; besile. Great Britain,Switzerland and J 9 foot Iron Prwnu .
.: can fully satisfied. amount of mil way bonds per day.'hie he can only pick 250 The fUlowinu are the rate commission: Lre oiler.a .
-
i b J
i new career of activity and usefulnesswill windy day, are the same us if no forest \which ought in themselves to have been pounds packing in boxes fresh, as DOMESTIC MONEY ORDERS. Lou Wrought Iron Saw Gates

t. dawn while enterprises protection were on the north side ofyonr a fair investment. Strange as it On not exceeding f 10.5 cents. Pi-rpcrty will b pointed out to any one whhionf\
In Short. us, new at all. may more care is required in picking for oren J.C,UR.ELEY.sig. e.
uIon grove the stock of the construction Ovr and no exceeding$:,10 tenti. purchase. 2-ifftd
: -The finest shad of the season are will brought into operation, The forest protection on the north i b appear, did not even then command the last named purpose. A Mr. Over t*->and not exceeding f 30,15 cents. December, \ 1874. | .
from the effects of which Florida the while the company Briggs of Davisville this made Over' and P exceeding 540,20 cent.
can- only during )
day
t.: now offered for sale at seventy-five cents favor, and up to 18C7 was below par. year Over$ and not exceeding$30,25 cent Ol1CK.

I pair in our market. Gentlemen of not fail to become one of the most important cold wind actually blowing,and beneficial Finally Mr. Ames took a contract for 1,750.box s of f raisins containing FOMEICX MONET ORD3K*. I N '

: per the sisterhood of during the night in case the wine building 670 miles of the road at prices twenty-five pounds each, and he had AU persons an hereby notified not to ciedli 13ed4
epicurean tastes can hardly find among States should all but in O exceeding f io,15 ccnt.Oer 'bed soiL
w _, anything keep up night; case ollt Lyn o my account, having by
of E f
To of this character ranging from 42,000 to $96,000 per 400 tons grapes lying on the ground not exceeding$so.S cents sh T H ,
gentlemen must J
ti 1' | more palatable at this season of I. the wind, does keep up there is no kill mile, and from that day the stock rose nearlj cured when the rains came $:and not exceeding '30, cDI br.Jalk\yUle.ace.83. w
we look for those improvements that ing frost. We have never known orange Over f and not exceeding $ o.$1.00.
t the year.J : until it. was'worth_. three. or four. times. its prematurely, and spoiled them all Over$3 and not exceeding#30,.ji__35., .--
killed cold winds.
: can alone secure our future prosperity. trees by simply Bu Jt b.AUAilb,rostmasrer. PRICE LISi
COMPARATIVE
Rev. MacIJrown the value reason was that tue en-
performed sacred par Mr. Divif-h
Tie 3 forty of vines A
acres Novmber
the
trees protected during day from the Jacksonville, 10.1874.
: We need a line of class steamers terprise was nojonger a doubtful one
rile of baptism Sunday morning frst hardening effects of cold winds are less and is confident( that he would have ,
.,\f walked down running between ths port and the city I able bear tho cold of calm but its success was assured, and ,it wenton ; OF DIFFERENT ORGANS,
1 last. Several con\'crl to a frosty; until finally the great road 'spanned made this year over $ oooo worth of S PORTSMENAND 'I -

: 't': into tho,water (fold as it was,) in order of New York. The bar at the month of night than they,would have been if they; the continent. was desirable.that raisins'if the rainshad. not 'come so .- S TOURISTSWill /.Prepared by cEa.u.: SMITH.)

: the St. Johns river should have been had not been so IHot ctcd. I much carl ier than '
; their to the Church there shonld.be unfriendly legislation : usual. In
4 testify fidelity ordinary ORGAN CO..
t t THE CABINET PIPE
.. (. principles they had espoused. cleared out long since. A solvent wa- The be 'doubted.fact is of too The common theriu observationto fails toward the :enterprise'and so certain ye r'in the climate of California vine reasonable find good prices,br and" other' accmmaton at Syracuse. N. Y., ((9 stop.- .... -.s
ESTEY CO.. '
I :. -A Russian ten pin alley, (and a great ter works company ought to be organ. low, during a very'calm, mecr.night, members take the stock of Congress of the, construction were induced company to- growers can forecast 'wih' near approach JAMES M. FORD'S, :J. rtcbr& Vt. ((3'Kops).,'" --- **

t ". ,; curiosity it is too,) is tbe latest novelty ized forthwith, and very many publicimprovements on the south side of a forest as it doeson paying ther for 'only the' par to certainty ,'gining of Detroit.Mich.CLOUGH.. (tostops).-. .. 40WRING *
in the shape of the north side. Hence the evil consequences the rainy:season.-N. Y. Sun. ROSEWOOD, PALMETTO STATION tc
: of proper value) worth
we know in this city. It can be seen whenit, a only a great lLKE. .. *
; f': and examined at the Metropolitan Billiard sewerage,street improvements etc., are to an orange orchard of a for- : deal more. 'It' was thought that this ... r A. C &W. I.T:Cii's R. R...*9 mite&Cedar SMITH AMk.R1CAsORG.5.N, (t Mops--CO.. --
est protection on the north side of it. i '' m
i them from Key .r' Boston,Mass. (10
would ? ; 5tops---
4 Iluoms on Bay street. absolutely demanded u the city advances for, by means of it, the temperature ot prevent' voting Pacific agains SETH GREEN, ,pisiculturist, while 1 his l a fine place for Sportsmen It being situated. TAYLOR & FARLEY.. -
the of the and
I' _Th Metropolitan Billiard Rooms, in its growth. But, alas! all the orchard is kept up in cold, windy though interest no'pr .was UDon.ever'adduced' that exhibiting a 'tank offish in publicre- on the ben of the ccr e ; V NEW" Worcester ENGLAND,'Ma ORGIN( sto'.. 3_

', opposite.Post-office have been these cost money)', and, none but gentlemen weather during tie day and let fal dur- it did influence them, yet this was the ceritly,,made a. few remarks ,on the GULF' 'HAMMOCK [ Boston,Mass.. ((10 stoisLEDANUN )....-*r 3 *
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ORGAN CO.. '
completely of and influence ing calm frosty nigts, to the temperature nature and habits of these animal and '
means can change ground which the charges' bribery -
overhauled and vith p Abounding in aU of garne'and: 'h been Lebanon. H., ( 3
supplied of the air on the north side of kind no IOlp
based and which created the to the mooted MANNING ORGAN CO. : .
the present of affairs as they now ,were referring questiot"uDfsh overrun by hunters. ??
I entirely new tables of the latest and aspect the forest and thus the orchard suffer excitement two Here hear Those for Rockport Mass., (l'Q sop). r'v
exist around us. The moment they take fall the years'ago. was ? answered emphalicaly in looking CEO.. WOODS CO..
a greater temperature during &
1 most improved patterns, murh smaller the chief sin:of the Credit Mobihier, and 51asIo8Op4)-4--) yj
To VEGETABLE LANDS
negative.: demonstrate his SUGAR ORANGEOR
mbndiepr.
an interest in the welfare of Florida, the calm, cold nights following windy days CEO. & CO.. .
not intimated
_ \In size it is in ob
and said as ,
to be the best'manufac change of affairs will become marked than itwouldwere, it not for the protec 80''ofen'f the opinion, be asked the band: to"""arrange Will find !it to their interest to take a took before locating Buffalo. Y., (zostopij----. -o 3'BURIETI
a .& government
turcd. tion. This and fall 'of \ining ( themselves in close elsewhere as the Gulf Hammock are undoubtedly ORGAN CO '.
the Ld 3'MASON
great proximity t to .
and apparent. if, therefore with peculiar sudlen' was lavishly expended.' It i is true thekICHEST IN Erie,Po' fo'ltop-' -
The blue about I temperature during the than tanks and blow their loudist blast. Mail train, each IAMUi .
cranes Express
Bay street exorbitant prices were paid for building wy'cY. ..
pleasure that we welcome amongus the low ;is the at an house- ping' Boston, 's., ((i I stopsPELOUBET )--- -
seem to have organized themselves intoa tempcratnreseJ principal the road. but it could not have been been This they did, but not oneof. the multitude stops Co.,Fla., Dec. U PELTON & CO...
1 like the Hon. John cll'm the > 187- 3l0
for Roewo Lv
men MordsJ'anl danger case, New York.
of fishes tf w&sw (loatops---
built; as stired a fin. Mr. Green
regular police force of late. They it is the absolute wes abundantl demonstratpl. 1116 BRUCE & CHARD.Boston. .
his friends do that as A general thing, not ,
knowing as we without then .... "
; pan ,sid thatjalthongh: fish were thus Mass. ((10 Kop )
L 4 scrutinize every stranger they meet, their location us will a cold that kills pur young trees, but the out ot the fund 'set aside for'that ,SHOP.GEORGE WILLIAMS & EATO' '
-T-_,, among prove express sound keen CARRIAGE .._ 30'
unsusceptible ._ .
and show light at the slightest sudden change.from warm to cold during they were: Hilt. N. H.. (lostopt) -- -
1I pr'oalon benefit that cannot well be overestima short of time purpose, and were, therefore, not iag. of'vision, and,sensitive of the/slight .- WORCESTER ORGAN TO..
a
300
from : .c comparatively space I. 4 "
LEA .
____ .anybody. ally applied. Neitbercanit be Worcester Mass.; (iff P4ops-.i.i-*
ted. I there i any one ,thing that can cradul change of temperature is safest' that these:amounts'great as they were. est jar. To, illustrate.the I latter point HORACE WATERS & SONs,

-Several of our cilizsns begin t promote the best interests of this State grove. hive already been more than! repaid to he' tapped on ithe bottom (of one CARRIAGE AMERICAN New York,MODEL ORGANS.Hanfor. (10 stopO. M

_ thow decided partiality tor coal fires for all time to come, it is the presence ol We conclude, therefore, that a foreston the government and to the people in the of the trout.tank with just enoughforce WASHINGTON AND ADAMS STREETS ." Ct.. fioi

.!'. !Jo f place of WOOJ, anti 'are ,supplying men of wealth and 'social position'whoare the north side of a grove does not appreciation the'public lands in the to' a'slight vibration in the ". JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. PRtSCOTT Concord,N.ORGAN H., CO.(9.stops)---- -'Sn

: e t6 parlors: with gralca. I will rot be 'themselves with protect it from cold; during perfectly West, ,,Jr. the,growth and development o( water,:when every inmate of the tank '

j long beforo'( the coal trade'will willing to identity calm. frosty nights-the, very time the lie traversed by the Union darted off like 'flash. Will build In'firstclas stylo Canriates. BI1g5 and B. ,SfIONINGER & CO., -

; provequite us and contribute cheerfu1y and willing orchard needs the, protectionand; further entro'regon; the cheaper and speedier ,a Light Wagons., J! New Haven, CL'io stops) $22

un extensive item in our local that it absolutely unfits the orchardto which ,., Repairing neatly done. Come and my work.
our future prosperity. God has c communication wo now bare f 'a'JCK31 iTEN PER CENT .DISCOUNT FOR
: I businesJ. lIt us the finest health-giving climate endure the cold 'or the niehls'without with our Indian frontier;i'and, above all, A B'EAUTIJ THOUCH.-There are 3I' .
last
On lb pentjpQcd
-What has become of the St. Johns in the world and Injur. by the very protection" 'from the in opening a great ;finn of commerce e many' fruits never :turn sweet ; & ARTHUR BIRNEY, : ona.f
as soon as means are
( winds of the day t a i It with,China,:Japan, Asia, and the,entire until i} the fr st| has' laid ;ori :iheni.i WM. :I '- ;: A SPLE VD > EUREKA sTQPir

Rptt'A8olatfon' ,Like Jon Dartle, provided to develop the rich and,vried ,has afforded. Eastern' "world granting' that I Jew There. are many' nuts "that.never, ''fall ,> .,', ATToRNEYSTRE'E ', And

1 w we "merely information." Commodore resources of the,State, Florida ItljetrcgtImnheron the north side millions l were' needlessly 1 epended'fnto ,
the
Bigelow' ay expect be inter boast of being without a peer. may be far en.mtb'aW:1 from the orchard to I .'buldmg otthis'great thoroughflr. the from' boughs'ofrthe. forest tree:ti 4 %. ,S T. N.pLv330.: ,. .'' :'24 'LESSONS .FREE, -OF t.j.&RGE,
frosthasopeneandripened I :
Northern admit the free circulation of air between ,back the,sum j withit -
: ,'Icwt by tourists unless Your respectfully, _' it and the orchard: there can be little:ono te trackless pl.tins'qf the West 'whlch. and there are',many ,etement.olfe! ) ,:' v. WASHINGTON CITY., ,; ;;,,., J" l SAY 056 bo buyone otese etepM OrP

; something i I beard from the fleet under CHARLESTON. damage to the grove from it, and, at. the new order of things, is' rearing that never grow ; bautifnl VIEWsf* call and tee them at *..

; 4. his command. Jacksonville, Jan. 12, 1875. the same time, I will /serve t break the itself into an empire until sorrow comes. HEADQUARTERS'FL1I ,,-30 tf SMITH'S MUSIC ROOM



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