The new South

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The new South
Uniform Title:
New South (Jacksonville, Fla. 1874 Semiweekly)
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Adams, Carruth & Co.
Creation Date:
January 27, 1875
Physical Description:
v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 61 cm.


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )


Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in Apr. 1874; ceased in 1875?
General Note:
"Wise men accept the inevitable, but strive to shape the future."
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 33 (July 15, 1874).

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NEW SOUTH. was never or, tf be was It and I had PROFESSIONAL H. I V V--4.. V
THE young was plenty to do listening to Its _. CARDS &c.. GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS. STEAMERS.'i ,/
so long he has it 4. :MISCELLANEOUS ; .
ago forgotten read the tones and.watching the gestures of the V .*
''SHED'U\' WEDNESDAY AND two or three lines and said it was "outrageous'1 flexillis fine and in V V V_>;,
,'..'.'... SATUkDA\ catching snow-Crys DL :F.. A.. .Mc I1NVS, C ARK V '
for young men to act so. But tals and examining them' under a: lens V > : D ROCK & COXETTER'S : ,; :
TERMS Of SV SCG.lrTIONlJlI the mass of mankind slipped by it, as and and observing the methods of their V V (Recently; Baltimore..), V

'3.50 per annum. they button. their coats and hasten FORWARDING fl" *** ;;;;
_".. : up on deposition as summer fountains. HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN C I..MATHER. .
wriC'l. '.1,00 eaLb; and an extra copy when they 'meet in the street one FRANK E.LITTLE., t ; ;
SmtYrvery club..f len received at one time.WFULT any S V AND .

.allbe mail "u\* ihrn. ft. per annum Ten who Muggers. Ignoble End of an Eventful,Career., Has located 'ia Jacksonville. '0 ice': and residence : ." / ,. -, CONSOLIDATED RIVER LINE. : ."\\y
Not In on Monroe street, between Laura and Pine
each; Twenty copies. >i.6o; l.fty cop- everybody, though. a great 1 COMMISSION MERCHANT :

eopics..,"*"i'0 eacla." many homes and to a great many hearts Maximilian Humbracht, a bookkeeper the rear of Mrs.Henderson's boarding-house .t..gcf._ : ,. c. L' IA ), : V V ."ff,

AVI'F.RTISI.VG RATES it meant a great deal more than the in the employ of the Metropolitan ,Gas AND Ou.... IN HrR.f&CO .. .
classification of committed ;;
SIll1.WItPJL'I.1 oo per inch or leu,first insertion: a holiday's pollee report. Company, :suicideyesterday ,ROCERI ,. PROVISIONS. GRAIN : ., .-
ucla subsequent .CFtlOb. 5Ct.WUEK1V. It came to them like news of shipwreckto by, takirag..Po quantity ,of strychnine. ; V ,V VV .! i. Until further ,okii1ue steamers this line *, t
fl rrr Inch or le..a. fint IlIIIertioa: eachbcqIIeut I one with lends at sea. There was Humbracht was a Prussian Count and ATTORNEYS.. ,. : Ii( HAY. SEGARS. Vc.:_, 'I,, ; ,, ;' ." Intermediate will leave Jacksonvilledaily at 9 a.CpI P a. : 1 rti
,, 'ioerU"O.75 cents. a between the lines iuade of of tbe V landings, a"Iw ,
reading that was a son one oldest and most NO" : Sole Agents for Florida for' VV *
.1wlai KrtKt*.to cent-per ne.V fathers anxious and mothers distressed.. distinguished families in Germany. He 4i. 330" .' V STATIONERS FLORENCE. V /jj

TERM ADAMS.CAKRtJT1: CAbH IN ADVANCII.Addreu & CO. "Mostly young men !r' And here wa$ came to tbe. United: States eight years V WASHINGTON. .. CITY." :' '. V Averill's Chemical. Paint,and :, .. V V From Shiyar Wharf 0.V Sunays... .

lacktonville. FIorila. the boy just ripening into manhood upon ago from the province of 5I1csI\. There 1. -'., 'I ;) 'I:. White'a Patent Money Drawer : -j. u H. ;.' ,-, T. WdYaIFrf". |

whom his parents looked with pride, and be bad been an'officer In King William's BETTES" : V' Agent forETEAJ.E- / fli i.. .j Touching & "I'? .j ( .11 1.

V -- for whose future they were so deeply Guards. After he arrived in this coun- J.N' .Ii" .. .l i.: ,AND. -_ STARLIGHT. V V v t t. ,I> ?,., i
Waste in Education. I 'i! LIZZIEBAKER: .,. ... VV ? V '
anxious could the father be could find word for V : .. From Railroad
; help the inVoluntary try no II longtime, I PHYSICIAN'AND SURGEON! .. '' c., I.' Wharf on .U.iT
IIi, tin1 render nny avlt-quatc idea uf reaching out to catch; him but at last found employment; as a com: > l \ V : ,VOLUSIA."' ..' .i % a,1! J'. .

the rIL"t amount, of lime wasted in the I from falling, as he read in these three mon laborer in Doelger's.brewery.. After ;; : ,:: ,',..I", "lJacksoavlhe.ra ., I ." :,1',,: .;:t'A".. ."ta"1': : ;.Booksellers,, .? ,".r.. ', r
V V work oj 1 pi\'inS children a common words lh. story of so, mutiny young men he had worked there. a short time'his Om:.-opposftc Oceatf Ha:..;wmer ., Adams !,"""* .:: ,..:: ,.'<\... ,; .. .4. ',.'""' lJIE. blpyaroi 0h ., 1"11 V.
ad Ocean .Van BraM&; a .
If lie will do down ami trrcts 0
sohiM.I education ? tlul, disgraced P Could the mother superior abilities became known, and 6-j-6nt.' : << ., I .. V
well t.. coiiMdi-r the qUt'btinn. For were fail to reflect that her boy wasH'cry much he'was promoted to a responsible position ,: FR01.NEW'. V Ric docL'j .
of liabit and the \ic- iikc other and that in the office. But this life did R. j : THROUGH 'BOATS !
all Tf*ture$ boys, other boys not Wa ANNO, twj4-i9 Bay Street.JacksonvilU.Florida. JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA, t. .hfJ' fl,
tim or %in-out nirthods J\ntllhl\t too. the young men in the Washington: suit him, and he became a swimming- : : t For intermediate landings t ':' .f *. ; tl

in an aI r!<' when ovi-ry minute is pre tion-huust'.batt mothers, perhaps justas teacher in Allen's swimuilng-schciol, at V ATTORNEV-AT-LAW IILI.SON & STARLIGHT Eme'a Railroad Monda'ys VV Vt' '.r' t
wharf and
,wh.iols, there is a tenderly solicitous for her sons' the foot of Fifth street East Kiver.There W WHITLQCK. HAVE a V : _.1, .'
fiou I" lh great wel-! C\l5ce.1 In :Reed' Block; Bay Street.V > Successors to Thos. A.WilbonIAL JUST REMOVED TO THEIR NEW Thursdays. V u 1.J:
''' tc-uehin :, w iiich Isenroul'3t'd fare as she for here ? he remained until the HATTIE from '., .
411'.1 (If unnw-e' ary : "Mostly young; breaking AND COMMODIOUS s r"ar wharf O Tuesdays (f
: under the uiktaken: idea men P Ah, how many a mother, when out of Franco-German war, when he 7ackonviieFlda. .S IU V STORE ON Saturdays. V aa.1 i .,V., ;. V

that it CX T i-eh: the mind. It does this she read it, clasped] closer to her bosom went back to Prussia. Alter he reached Returning leavePalatka daily (Sunday Ccce 1" j V

,t the i-xM'nse| of nuking the child a the curly head and dimpled cheeks of Prussia he applied for a lcsition'in) the H. A. PATTISON. A. .. MZU.pATTISON GRAIN. FLOUR, AND FEED,' BAY STREET, NEAR LAURA, and and Friday Enterprise momiag, on MondayTuesday. :. an, V :

mere m'OlIrizin:: Ilchin.ultl H tablet her own darling as if she would keep army*, and was: made a :Captain. During & MEEK '; V Alaaulacturers of FnIJbt received' daily at their respective an' '..iaJr

for the Hiwription of dry l'u-ts tlmt an him back from manhood: and from all the war he served with marked dis- MEAL WHERE WILL BE FOUND .. J BR() ;K. '", ,',)1

early d.iT; wilt "Illiterate. I/ong li-ts ofiettiIe' the storm and Miens which carry down tinction. In one of the battles before ATTORNEYSATLAW.Office. CORN, HOMINY,,CRACKED Agent- Hattie CM.and DAVIS r k>rence. >it V

'tlltnJl' and dates and rules are MI many. And then the mother, whose Metz, Humbracht was personally decorated CORN, RYE MEAL, GRAHAM n-ij A&en Starlight.. I

CRiram.d.! into the m'tid' under the notion darlings with tlwir curls and dimples, by the Emperor with the' Iron ReQua's building. JackionTitle. Fla. .. A LARGER ., .;.MM

thnt tin1 nurntal pnft-es-es are thereby and all. the sweet and! winning ways ot Cross for personal bravery. He especially FLOUR CRACKED WIEA T&c. ASSORTMEN NEW YORK AND :.; ( HI f-*9fiT'

traim-d.. when the r\ers is the' ci e. childhood, have moved on out (If the distinguished himself before Paris, E. JOHNSON, M. D.,, OKSTATIONERS' V V m
There U nuthinj; in his method( to draw radiance ot the morning into the heat and was then recommended by the P. SCROLL SAWING &; WOOD TURNING V 1...'i' t\

out the ktHit talent in the child, and fit and dust! of the noontide, whose
him fIll' ihe rpheie) lie was l Iorn, to 'fill look level 1 now into mother's-and perhaps did not suit Humbracht, and he again : AND SURGEON. :< ;*'.., V

Xbir M>l of the iroutde is that the text into Mime one's not a mother's- came to the United States. At first in Woo Sawed, Split, and Delivered -

tiotik uLes.; the |plae'c! of the tem-her. -em-how these sweet, thoughtful this: country tic was unabln to obtain Office In Mitd) en', new building north side of Bay THAN IS TO BE FOUND IN LINE. 'i'>1 >

.. ,. ateked and the work but after time he street, between Newnan and Market streets, nearly by Cord or Load. V ,;i .11
nuuliul' que"ti n rein women must have' shuddered the bare a found employment opposite the Post Office. 19911 '
Leil. dimivin a (diary and dreadful that as a swimming-teacher in 4ft't, V
uli.!! i nui ; possibility some time theirboys w'Vn'g Koss*Block. Bay Street opposite Mill and Whar : :
thl're the mailer "I! 'ducation! is L'UPpulit.d might go reeling to the stationhouw. swimming-school at the foot of Sixty- W. L. COAN, our ANOTHER HOUSE IN FLORIDA V .. V '. 14 "t.. JFERNANDINA S

tn' end Hut I for thU! purHxu| only filth street, East River. Mr. Brown took : V ,ACKSONVILLE. FL. V V V ,FLA..October 1.1874.,>nr-ut; t

a machine teaclu-r is needed. The bonk ..Mostly young men I" It is a suggestive him as a partner. and he afterwards JUSTICE OF THE PEACE. T. A.' WlUM... 1-6 W. A. WHITLOCK V V .,. VV

\bwiimff the real int4 rtivt.r, a nd not the n painfully Rugjesti\-e statement.It's married his daughter. Humbracht'subsequently AMD V V .s;1 !
V tiHii who the obtained first- AT PRICES COMPETING WITH PRICES V :.E l.'A.TO R ,; L; fV' -'
Jiunjt nmn or w pl'"per' coming of a new crop, and a employment as NOTARY PUBLIC. RAILROADS. .

rlumld impart': knowledge! l to thu pupil. crop of reckless! dissolute men. Youngmen sislant book-keeper in the MetropolitanGas Office in SOLARYE, t V CHARGED. FOR GOODS OF. .THE SAME V Capt MARTIN. ."4 j, d VV

Tin",M-liolaransw ere thiou;!li the channel to-day; and perhaps with enough Company's Works! where he remained BLOCK t" V ..711&V

nt nll'UltlrTllt're! in nothing to MigpfHt of conscience Jett.o. suffer remorse, until his death yesterday. Hum Comer BAY and PINE streets.Jacksonville. JACKSONVILLE, PENSACOLA AND DESCRIPTION IN NORTHERN CITIES.. V .v C K S ,BVU.R G V"I ,
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to ,,eu t'h out and find the re&jonsive but every day growing harder as habit good address, and an accomplished lin V OPPICB.\ V ',
V chord.! T i 11I'C) Mide at a recitation to grows and the senses deaden. Tber '11 guist. The cause of his suicide is saidto A A. KNIGHT, ( ALLAEa. Deb 19. 1874.jOn WE; INVITE : : i 1'JI it 5'ill .,/a4

put qiichiions} and iecei\e aiiA\vo to no need to write a homily on temperance hare been his ovvrsensiiivcness as! to L L. trains and after this SUNDAY road will run follows*>. 1874.: Passenger THE ATTENTIONOF The steamers sail from New York. Pier a,Nortli ,.1 ItW J

("n., .,,' out a f-pecified and rigid rule of or preach a sermon. The homily his position in life, and to his hard workin ATTORNEY AT LAW O River, and from Femandina Railroad M hart every,;

mminati'W.; I is hujipoi-ed to lie the sum; writes itself and the sermon preaches supporting his family.-Ncio York DAY PASSENGER Daily.Sundays excepteJ. lY

uf 1 tiMch--'" duties, when it is the mere itself. There's no such sickening sight Tribune. No. a Hoeg's Block,up stain Leave Jacksonville-A. M.40 Lv Say nnah.._A.8,0 M. CITY AND ,COUNTRY DEALERSAND V TUESDAY.j j *$ r

f:>nul husk (If uhat h'lould' be a livingiiriNtitk. in the woild as the diunken young nun: -S Baldwin........ 8.5 l'tthb 6.5 V !ht.iff ni

: }JI \\i one thing to II.lIl11it aKMik (>lr boy ; nothing bo; painful to the benMbililies The Way they do it in England. 3- 5Swty; Jacksonville. Fla LeCtIo,5 .. Quln.8.J ,For freight or passage apply to V ; ;I1

I( ; t<> memory and 1 leeile its paragr.iii of man or woman ; nothing that .. Live Oak_la P. J. HERM. GELPCKE. .
AgentgWithainst..Ncw :
The following is a specimen brick of A.BUESING, 'f ,M'j .. Madison..._ THE PUBLIC GENERALLY() OUR :1 iJf
; |'! wilb the preri-itin of a u:1I'rllt, seems so harsh: and unnatural, and .. Madls. ? .2.25 .
Tallahassee Live Oak..... York. .
ami quiuaimllier aff.iir. to give the in- shocking. It i is such deliberate flying what can be done in the mother country Renpectfully_ 8.10 Lake Cuy.__ 4.30 6.oo STOCK. AND SOLICIT. TRADE.. JITP. *"
tellirti( Ktory of its contents wiilmutto in the face of Xatnre and flinging; when an effort is made: <<: to C e BFAU1IFUL SOAP he manufactures. Arrive IJhattahoochee Rdwlo._ 8.10 Or W. J. WOODWARD i V,
It is the best Washing Barber and Savannah_ 9S __ -7tf
Toilet Soap ever Arrive I .
1'1':11.1'11:: fliaptrr aixl' page. A poor away the best gift of God. Hut the procession The London Times of the 25th of December made. This Soap Is put up in boxes contain *80 Ibs .a"le 9 j Representing CHA TER & KINGAgeiasV; ,: -.J
,'bulal redle well solar ( IlW'CSllIn Thins and bars. Passengers can go through to Marks
may ns nu-tno- oUt rapidly( 51 Monrays. I 10.10 swtf Femandina.Florida. >, .
gives an account of a terrible and and 'I.4.
ry gueWhile one \\hll i is to make Mil to be sure toward the end, but the young Orders should be addressed, to days Wednesdays and Saturdays.Fridays' ,'hur
accident on the Great Westcin Railroad A. LUESING Box \ :
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mark in tli" world m.iy, under the "ys. men keep stepping, in and the rank are in which thirty-one persons were killed 5 i6tf Jacksonville.; 77r Fla. NIGHT EXPRESS. Daily. Fine Cassimere Shim,stylish aud durable! ,at. Buk,', CHARLESTON AND 'LORIDA" ; ,: I

tem (flit close 'lo'louingof' the vertiiigcti } always lull. It js the. thing that fathers and upwards wounded. A p '

( amttlier nnpear' deeidedly. a disutnolaI' dread fur their sons and mothers prayGod large number of seventy nist of RICHARD MCLAUGHLIN, Leave Jacksonville4.00 V P. M. Leave _' P. M. STEAM PACKET' CO.V V : >I. .,

: A book of 1\It.l'hl in which their boys may be delivered from, whom passengers friends for Christmas .. Baldwin__ 5.55 Snb A.4.0 M. 3RINTING. .- ,'I 0 o: >
thf of a i i& down but it and the recruits were visiting REAL ESTATE AGENT., Lake City.,,_ Live Oak_ .. r .,
aeeuraey memory put :goes light on. arc were being conveyed In thirteen .. Arrive Live Oak.. 10,1 8,3 Lake City4 3.0.33 ; r r. f tt,:
ill DII< lair tif a's att.iinliifnt : 'mllstl ." The Slate Joetifnville, flfrub. .
V guae ,) J'uungmcn. cannot carriages; with t.vo engines from the A. M Baldwin.__ 745 CHANGE OF SEHEDULE. !: 4
,;. noris mi (examination: conducted slop it. quackery cannot cure it. Great Western elation at Oxford,at 11.40to All sorts of Real Estate bought and sold; Money In- Savnnaah_ 8.5QArv( Jacksonville-. 9.10 .

tlO tile -auie principles' an}' test of his; Cheerful homes might save many and- Birmingham and the north. The vested.Taxes paid Titles examined. NOTC.-A Special Train will leave Talo Saturdays V TIlE NEW SOUTH The steamers I ," !."

'fllcieney. Th *ence of education: : in Washington good examples in high train, which was half an hour I;itu, pro- REFERS, BY PECMISSIOM. to William Astor. Esq., connecting at 3.4..Savannah m.,arriving Uve Retumin. 9.35 p.leave m.. DICTATOR' AND CITY POINT' V V.' ,Vt1 to
the nioul. liiig If t the scholar for life is New York: Ex-Gov. A. G. Curtin. Bellefbnte. Pa.;
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might: keep many more from ceeded for about six miles Live Oak 3 a. m.,arriving at 8.50 a.m. >;,t
safely Lewi H. Redner. Philadelphia; W. Stokes Boyd, T"IIb JOB AND BOOK PRINTING Until further notice ffl sail follows V V 1
enlil'dl..tit tll :!ht. There are few ailing. How would it du to try it? tire t If i the wheel of a first-class carriage Philadelphia,: I.).G.Ambler Banker. 'Jacksonville.Fla. ROBERT WALKER. ; a : ',': l
ircni anioug thooe who have sons and -- Henry 'J'uderr. Boston. Mass. 3-z8-iy-pd Receiver and Gent Supt. STEAMER fTt'
a miners at our putdic and private Mount Shasta in Winter.In broke and immediately left the ... T. C. SPOONER, Master Transportation.a ESTABLISHM' V THE .DICATOR. '.:,.
rails for at least three hundred yards LEO .
fchitoN l that h.i\e: not I been, disappointcil: & KOOKER, CPA.t VOEL r rfMW V
by thl' inelhod l'urpou"II. Itotll te.ichcfiml an account of his recent ascent of plunged along over the sleepers, many NORTON BUCKY takes the lead In the latest styles of Silk and Will until further notice,leave CHARLESTON everyr> .
the :Mount Shasta, Cal., Mr. John Muir\ the of which were (ut ill two, and rushed: K EAL ESTATE DEAl EKS corner Ocean and Bay Fur Hats. TUESDAY evening.and SAVANNAH every WFDuj ,
'punl, are 'id.,{ \ books.The State Geologist of California, says: : "I over two wooden bridges: one over the ,treel".Jacksonville. Florida. I V 1.7 NF5DAY afternoon for FERSANDINAJACK- t* -
M-lmlar Initial;: home a "jute of dreary. I IliouLs watched the with caution for. Oxford and Birmingham Canal. The Money loaned on Real Estate security. General G.. & \V. I. T. CO.'S RAILROAO. SONV1LLE, PALATKA and Intermediate Landtags. .f_ V
on whil'h Ale PJrIIiIs, the bouts :| way great Life and Fire Insurance Agents and dealers in PineLands A '. '')

"lien he chould be at pl.iy and the I Iteaihei it was easy to see that a storm was ap- carriages were: thrown down nn embankment Plantations,&:.C. Springfield" suburb a specialty. ., The proprietors a prepared t execute orders for. RETURNING ; tWill
pioaching. Mount Shasta liscs 10,000. and dragged; after it several impendence solicited. 3 2S.WJ V 'Ft 1FERNANDIA every description of f' .
i ili tied
dov\u to iht-M 'leave PALATKA FRIDAY ,
iuletof Mraight leet abo\ the general level, in bland exposure uthen) Tho" train was traveling at the TO CEDAR KEYS.V every< mln. 'f V t )
; It would he andJAlK30NVILLEC ATVRDAYmn.
bad idea to hanMi, all the books no to the deep. gulf streams of .air. rate of 'forty miles an hour, and the impetus O H N G. DROWN PLAIN OR ORNAMENTAL PRINTING.Such kNANDIN.lm' 'wI \ .
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and I have in l of to the left GOING SUH. GOING 505TH.V in SAVANNAH and CHARLESTON ee" V i
Jroui the W-IKMI never been a labyrinth given carriages as they DAY. ,
hut a That w. "J
Iwrillll'II1, would jcar. 'x- peaks! and canjons where the dangers; of.. the rails carried them with tcfriole force AUCTION AND COMMISSION Femandina -...-.. 5:30: a m "7:35 p m V 51
whether the I 'flCAtTAINJJW.
MHIII pre Callahan....__..._._ STEAMER CITY ,
teai-liu a storm seemed so formidable as here. for a long distance Mil$ they were finally 735 5:: TiE TINT
wvre lit lor their and OEALEK IX ) V .. i
p..ititll1, ----- 3.501C. FITZGERALD. t.
.' I was, therefore, in constant readiness dashed into pieces on the meadow be- Bdwia{ as BUSINESS CARDS I o
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: each
: pnpi! was entitled to ---- -9:30 ):23ar. ,
to retreat into the timber. However by low. Three carriages and u luggage FRUITS. VEGETABLES. GROCERIES PROVISIONS Starke_.____ 1.8. VISITING I Will leave CHARLESTON every SATURD,'Yeven-" ' taLe in his clais. Unit truciinn; taki... ..CROCKERY and GLASSWARE.Bay Gahicsvile......__--1.17_ io : CARDS., every SUN DAY afternoon for FER- f "
afar more pennant: hold of the mind 10:30 o'clock I reached the utmost sum ran were deposited beyond the canal. Archer..___...._...>.... 3:10 pm 1:10 9.49 CARDS. NAND1NA JACKSONVILLE;, PALATKA and" V '' I.V
than: meruoiizingfii mIIlHII. ItaO'oids mitt 1 spent' a couple of houis tracing One carriage carried away one of the street. 11-14 tIWHOLESALI Bronson.....-..?. 3:55 9:04 a so WEDNG Intermediate Landings. { 4 i :

tholearn.-ran: to* ask, the outlines of its ancient lava htl'eamlllI : stone abutments of the bridge, and fell Cedar Keys-_ _..._.._ 6:3 6:3 BILL HEADS, RETURNING :. 7"t
oppoitumty questinns far into the in splinters into the water. Fragments CONNECTIONS.
extending surrounding plains
a- lib 1"Ii.n prot-euds. and I I :ORDERS AT SAVANNAH NIC.s.I LETTER HEADS,
Iraclirr the entire control ol gin'stbu the I and the. p.ttliways of its ancient glaciers of two carriages, turned wheels upward, V At FERNANDINA. w th Steamer City Point from V Win leave PALATKA every WEDNESDAY TUESDAY morning';.V ...,$, :jl
iuitJs like fallow before him. but the wind constantly t I increased in were literally strewn about ,the embankment H. ROBINSON, Carleton and Savannah,Mondays at 4 a. m.;steamer CIRCULARS. suit the tide, FERNANDINA every same day.mon .V 155CHARLES1ONaMSAVANNAHevey

Jouthtul) violence: miaifte the snow in magnificent and one carriage: was hurled right: Dictor Charleston and Savannah,Thursdays a POSTERS THUKb. ,, ,?, t
ItojM-ng ali'} >(t a livlJ 'fur c.ntbu.ia..m in WHOlEgALI & .aTA.1oDRUGGIST 4 a. m. With steamer Lizzie Baker, from bavajinah, V V V I
teachingHtid dulls, and forming it into long, across the: top line on to the hank. The ;* Brunswick<<: and St Mary's. Mondays at 6 a.m; for BRIEFS, V ,.' V -
learning, where ever}tiling: waving banners that glowed in the sun. front part ot the train continued its those points on Fridays at 8 a. m. THROUGH TICKET AND BILLS OF LADING .f .
i!\ lIUge: woik. K would life| PAMPHLETS. .- i
*ni-rc, tin-re is give | A succession of small storm clouds struck course for some distance. In the case Hoeg's Block, Bay: St., At BALDWIN with J P & M.: R. R.from Tacksonville BALTIMORE &.C. V .Jl11, '
nothing now l I.ut worn at .:oi p. m.; for JacOvl1 at 9:02: a m.AtGAIN BLANKS OF ALL KINDS. '*
andIlI.tll1e...... machinery that wastes I b"1101I'N'1 against: the summit pinnacles like icebergs of majority of the victims., death was JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. stage tinrolTamp The S earners connect with Florida Railroad at l *:' rFemandina .1

of : locoi fur St.
and chill definite
jj Wy tie rclorm bu.r.rel'lted is tell radical. producing: :.1 as Augustine, steamers at Palalka J 'i ,;' 1C III, i it sudden as if it'l'wllterru dashed in A Western Custom. At CEDAR KEYS with steamers to and from NCI Enterr and th upper St.John's, Jcllnvlt _. .. f
.may: be \attempted in p trt, in one's lace. This is the kind of cloud in Orleans, every Satury. With steamers from Key OL.lwa lo-ai tf 'f "i. = 4
lI*aer to ptln-r the result of the cxperi- Dan Davis, of Virginia City, paid W. EARL West and Tamp.Frr': from these places.Tur t r.r 1 .M '
which snow-flowers and I
was from
tucnt. Ceitimly' Mime change is needThe grow, which after a visit to Promontory, on the Central i R days Tampa, Mondays. C Tamp. ,frou FOR OKAHUMKLE, :. 'L f
td compelled to begin a retreat
".ui! BKiul M holar in our schools i Pacific Railroad and was charmed PRACTICAL Suwannee Fridays; for Suwannce,Tuesdays. KES HARRIS EUS>TIS AND GRIFFIN. :.I ;: :1 1BSi i
to.tIa i il! a mere machine. spending a few minutes upon the I D. E MAXWELL. iJ

Thl! tta'he'r i is an memorizing xutomatou that asks liuin Shasta glacier II.htltbe sides of the i. with the manners and customs, almost PAINTER AND PAPER HANGER.Having 5-13 Superintendent. CHEAP. NEAT AND PROMPT. SILVER SPRING ; '.V ,.,, .
Crater Butte' I accomplished: more than patriarchial in their frank simplicity :
qnesuons! into decided reside here will be .
''Jut his or her mouth by to permanently: And other Landings on the Ocklawaba River. 4k 'tf
tflbt'rt. The text book I is a an hour before dark so that I had time. of the people. He stopped at the glad to receive orders from all requiring work done. in BUILDING. Balmorals and Chignons,at BUCKY'S. *.
Humbling to hollow a strip ot ground for a nest -in his! line. BOAT BIte l* "*
etuDe '
in the way ..f In the i I principal hotel of the to 'n'. It was l > ,.
*neinnWl ths progress. the ice of a block of red lava, where. GRAINING. GLAZING, and KALSOMININC A. G. CIIAITELL, V. :: .r V ,'. ,,!nr V t
: (lU'U: (,f ('duclttiouout' nice place, and the landlord was very PEANK W. GOLDEN. FlANK M. ADAMS. The Steamer
firewood was abundant. done In the best manner. V
*tt-w, and a change is needed. Who will "Next morning breaking suddenly agreeable and friendly sort of a man. BAY STREET,near the Cable Crossing.JACKSONVILLE. : & ADAMS V V OKAHUMKEE, 'I' .. **.*>.
jcak t<, aid the ,, Orders !left at Davis&; Drew's Furniture. WkrehuuxwiU GOLDEN .
put an to 4I
waste: oh'pow- Dan :I:
A. L. RczMastcr .
tr in our out of profound sleep, my eyes opened : receive prompt attention: FLA. ,

Sehoo4sN.. I.. Com. Adc. \ upon out) of t the most sublime sccencs I "When 'dinner was ready: the land- REFERENCES.. ., laU I! Willtcave')acksonvflle every THURSDAY mQVI i r wt :

Atl6on for New S Year's Day. ever beheld. A boundless wilderness lard came out into the street in front S. I. BKIDCE, Esq.. and C. 1..' ROBINSON. Esq YACHTS AND WHITEHALL FIN E G ROC.E. .R I, E.S 18\,'ck. GEO ,R. V" V VtI4 : ,.

It storm clounds different age and ripeness of his hotel with a. double.barreled Jacksonville Fla ;. VCcndctnen Jacksonville.V Fla.,July S!. i874-7-35if. 'V t
Washington dispatch, and It were congregated over all the landscape the above his V .
told shot-gun. Raising
gun BUCKY'S. Built to order. '
\t'tl iTH-flv bow Christmas was ob- for thousands of square miles s underwear at V 'b
lel'd head he fired off barrel."I B.: HUBBARD ,
at the National one AMU.EL' _
Capitol. A mere colored and purple and STEAM YACHTSWith ?
aUinZ note; statement of a simple :gray white. among which, rearlll.ndgluwing said to him, 'What did ,you do F OR"SALE V FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC FRUIT 'ALE, S VV V 'r .n* .s*.

*act; bal1J1J Worth that for ?' the most approved mcla: Wi build WINE LIQUOR CIGARS Jacksonville F/a. tj
Kore than be while the cone of Shasta o ,
a rimple to floating InIrookln.V V
iS Acres of Land 8 Corner Lots size from feet
mfleIltitin< : any *s to 10 'Cl aD my prke. 1'O ACO, ETC. r
It only said: "The police above and the sky.was tranquil! and full "Said he, 'to call my boarders to Also for Let or Lease ,. .
!l'tpon Qlllbtr the KI'rt'ht '* *n unusually large of the sun. It seemed not so much an dinner VALUABLE CITY LOT" NEW 28-FOOT YACHT Have in store a to arriveFIRSTCLASS Importer and Dealer in. ;'( .T >T

IouIUt'n/! uC,inluxicatecl" jwruz ,'mostly I ocean as a 'land of clouds undulating "I said, 'Why don't you fire off 60 leet by: 90, Corner Julia and Forsyth streets. or sale. 9-3 tl GOODS, ; "J ; 0
That was all. A large'rthan hill and dale smooth Imclbil'ery HARDWARE AND STEEL -
LUmber purple plains, both barrels ? For particulars. enquire, of. IRON. o g
usual a c. COLLINS and Ladies' Companions at BUCKYS.L.ENE .
xtin- of
...s theIr deliberately' mountains range over "Oil,' said he, 'I keep the other'to V Wiischen's nlock. Crp Which,by making TERMS CASH.'ey offer at the EDEToiTABLEu PQjJCET'. "1.-. 4
ill SCIIC uJ diversified with and
rt-bponsibilitv to nobly peaks V ,
range: J.'J. ROHR : *
1ot'11'11 collect
with. Cifails
*"J to themselves, and having domes, with cool shadows between, and 1'9tf ,AtGrandadonalktoucI.OBERS .

:detbroned their leaseD, went reeling with here and there a: wide trunk canyon O V "
Glue, Putty; Glass, Paints, QIILEATHER :, !
l'OUh tbe V Atfentum of the Ladles called
they greets in which condition Ftuooi band rounded as If crowdedby :FOR ST. AUGUSTINE.THE R N & MAPSON SfecM to our -a
were 'n-sted by the police, und J1*ciers. I ,gazed enchanted, but : BAY SREE JACKSONVILLE. MAILLARD'S SUPERIOR .CANDY; ING.RUBBER PACKING. u.,, 't

; 1J until Lin'l X IAtur\ had rcaY4trJtl1 cold gray mllsses drilling bilhea:' lld SCHOONERMagiiolia Have opened a first-lass : Dealer : STOVESTINWARE.CROCKRY. .
f"<'ull''' th had thrown And to our assortment of1' PUJP\Ltf
J- thither lifcu rack on wind-swept plain SHAVING 'SALOON, 'Y ,
ttru11 Way and. they had ceasud to be dan- began to shut out the light, And hi was -1 j. .' V .MVILLINEI, PRESERVES.. JELLIES' ETC. Lead and troWPljie, '" /" h
tu Society or themselves. And evident they would soon be marshaled corner of Bay and Pine streets' where all the modern V V V .14(
thty "were : V appliances used by the best saloons\ la the can: V FANCY DRESS GOODS, DOORS. .
znostty I much wood country AND SASH.BLNDS.MOULDC.{ I
Qcb c.c young Wt'D. Not for a storm. gathered as as Wni nuke regular trip be Iouad., They alao fumUi at all hours PIC-NIC PARTIES will find it advantageous to A

readers an Item th-lt- To. great ITpLqy puF ilJle. 'and snugged it sbelteringly :: _- St.between Jacksonville call,as we shall make th replenishing of LU CHEN ,. ,Mills, Evaporators, &c.. .:' .
\\'ho bkitnwed AuguwtineFreights Has just! received from New York A full assortment ofthea5ovenaiflcdpIhc "1
over it it around storm-nest. My blanket HOT ANDCOLD I BATHS. .
suggeste my : BASKETS a, ,. d
at low ntn. Geu-Fitting, Roofing, JoMing amJ'TJn > >*
nCJthio pt j
It had and tbe fast.neddown \ .
i .
no pcial big. were arranged, topmost For V gratis.'
:i&nee to UumTne freight or pottage Tickets'"entitling the bearer to eight! I".am.fOr aa1tor QPh d"ad Sav4idonet.ordn.. .(Iiy, ,.'
I -e w.s' nothing with stakes; and, ,my precious apply to, WILLSON'WJlITLQCK: ; .' 'zoo; eight shaves,hair cutting and shampooing LATEST"STYLES AND FASHIONS. V GOLDEN &; ADAMS **" "" tJ -
lDuh touching the financial question : no bread sack tucked in at my head, I was V 3sc'IlIc: Th $1.tO.: 9-1111 : Marble Front Building Dear Grand Na- Very stylish Ladies Hat*at BUCKY $V :. ; J*i* j I II

IhJjrnWOIl ('fUse .policy of the ready when ,tbe, first flakes felL ,All Rc' -- V .

toward Louisiana nothing to kinds clouds began to fuse into one, 5-6t1.. Or to- .JAMES Auguitle, FTa A J. WAKEFIELD, M. D., ,Also,a fine assortment of ladles'.and,gcnhIemeIi'aKID 11-14 t V tional Hotel, Jacksonville, Florida.' pARRJAGE SHOP., V

bu"any ligI3t upon the Pacific Mail the windswept.' past, in blssingfloods, GLOVES. I V ,

or'IDe i nothing but a bald statement and thou storm closed down on all things COLCORD, HViSREMOVEDFroohthecoeneroA F' SALE._ GEORGE I. LEA.CARRIAGE V V

a qUit., unimportant tact, to wit: that producing a'wild exbilcraiion., V HF. ams and Laura streets tombs V My: stock hYt been 1 recent'y at MAKER "i'J' .
'! many vcvle intoxicated blazed I had a week's < V Brick: House opposlie.the,Ocfaa Street PresbyteriaaChurch. of being sold I Located on the St.Johns river and Shell .two miles ,
SIma were 'My tire bravely, Successor Hide'and Skin business of .. !. below city of Jacksonville, I acres Beautiful > .j. |,V. A
Pera) lDolot 01| them were young men wood a sack full of bread, and a nest ; V .-63' JACKSONVILLE. FLA.VV river view: good house, hi .air rooms; 3.000 grapevines COR. WASHINGTON AND ADAMS STREETS. V J
me old Wo' could demolishand LOW PRICES. .100 orange tree.eight old. 100 bearing
wind not
who' knew that the wildest j. H.sfROWELL.
WImth1ito : teach trees, figs pomegramtes.Dananas.andshrubbery JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA, ; 'n'r ,
11 stalled a grim, hard *rall I had, moreover, plenty of material .. V ,D R. P. E. JOHNSON, HoMfiopATHiSTi' in variety: good cistern. This! Is one of the most deIrable V .
said V Corner Bay and Ocean and Win build la first-class style and .-f; '.
i I' .
.Cl ee. 11-7-401
: JtrcetJ.l.
T'e V for home the Title good. C.
a on St.Jobns.
hari !' boys must have been for of >snow-shoes if thP : pla Be
Lhe'making Ugh! Wagons. : J
ng good time Cbrllllm'.M And render them 'neces VV \i4.I ,!it .,.'" ;t j r.. ., r;.' I' .Has resapved his office to Mitchell's: n'butdin;, t V Pa r ot purchase money can remain secured o thsproperty .J :' '. ,.'1-jcc S V
er bIll snow should highest cash price paid for Hides, Skins" Fun, north side of Bay street,between Newnan and Market TTADOUARTERS for FLORIDA VIEWS : UdrC 0 E-H. MASON. ReesdydocCoesindsccmywcich. .fvflji*, ,

iOme. other Bt-d&tp person who sary. The storm lasted about a ,week, ,Wu ac.r(. J H..1l ; J 4i.. ..', l V .H:7i8w1ye nearly opposite the Post Office. ,: :: ir-iitf : \WO BICKLE'S ,._ ; V. ',4 i ',; V flVi 3- t( : "On-the" ,.premises,.. 1 .o : t.,. :.". .,tnJ;,.-\ .',ip-fi. '. y&" -: "* T?: VI ,








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RLI' s- -- :4 "V" ; a loan y J jbim i ,andjhas A number of Democrats consulted at
; I tnttrtheAbstntees.4Jii'Ie; was maru.4rreetsnd Our.South Flordate. Q "shinn"'VASnISGTY.Jan.23,187 the knowing< ones say. b. !eiV the Arlington: The finance question

f ;' : I THE NEW SOUTH. um'] ,hed with a warrant from the' President approaches to the polls were completely T MPA, FL. Jan. 16, 1875. TOO THIN, TOO THIN, TOO TDIK. disturbed the unanimity of the meting. :
: I t.: ruffians, ideas of the citizens The details inaccessible.
of organized are
'i km., and he and Grant, armed in the : Editor Tfew proffer of What queer many
t..i' S. ADAMS fro SoUTe'
J ADAMS CAR RUTH & CO. and went on their mission. committed acts of violence on multitudes ushinfr i humbugged think myself that the shot struck DnA
p 't,. 0 0. L CAHHUTM} with pistols ourcolunansi 1 'to espondent ts to. frthis aspiring The special committee on
I 'I ,-. al'aJIIWD& After a bhr search, Mr. Purlin and Mr. of our ft-116w-cUJzca4 dared venture' \c and local and* country ot ours haven between wind and water, ,for the explanation will to-day to the House election, .
Thus of bu'mtugging rellf
t. chronicle general
.: exercise the of suffrage. 1
right ,
5 Howell were found at dinner at Captain t maters in his last Sunday was for expulsion of Cannon
t' J. S ADAMS. EDITOR.L votersol sections regard functions of the paper the
one-third of the registered their
.-.1 , Tibbiu''antI the two deputies presented i nearly interest, and to describe t thatbdd'fallen''overboard Mormon delegate and it will
-' ---- -- weak like gruel
something probably
from -
: := New Orleans have been deterred rameutand these curious ideas rather .
and .
the heads of the senators _a most ye ,
'f(' : TO CORRESPONDENTS OTHERS. pistols ahd'm$9st sabred couptryevineekon yopjMrt 4.4 \ and escaped pass. : .' !
,;, demanded thai lh.y should follow them exercising iLeirTiighesl iic and' nd Able disposition1jittrid ndt confined 'to'tnepMe andmolassesMJrtion narrowly '
: Items.f Local interest arc.Sidtcd from all pans of the and The ex'p're'ssion- such 'co
I :-of communications general I to the Senate. 'Ij\ll refused, prerogative n thejubiTcweiareof of the cotnrnunitbut often appear drowning. COUNTY AGRICULTURAL AND 1
Sat Also, on subjects and fraud lo do all in to promote HORTICLT.TURALSOC1ET1ES. .
I ;, ,especially educational, social and'ndu.tnl L'Engle made sn, atttrop .to shoot him.whereupon flections an open palpable your power turtle'and That remlnds ne friend, ,
,'t. .: topics. aba make their letters a ParlifTdrew 'his ;iol'rd ;?UIi1)) reaI' o 1- It C tnTvrhoTe i Stak. irrepectIveof it; the green liampagneflvisbon thatDonn's
cpu Nothing be norvcOecutc.wtMt
I '.,. :;. brief. :\ .i pnit. three Jahotswere adopt .effectually and secirohal; 1 1intc"rsts : :: They look upon the (Govern- Schenck'onr Minister at the.Cur of can properly au.
and : slch hal
,:1r We are n reiponi.ibk fo opinion*" our went for him two or; lureja i- i geographrcal aged, than ih<* wxietit in e-bodyinr. 8Clali-i. .
'' ..'' correspondenu. Rejected. "Je niter fired, but without serious effect. prevent the true will majority It would be well if the press CJ\a 'R kind:of national'souphouse, St."James I, ,has made: a'SrAimJNG and properly directing public*emiment for the accoojpliahment I

r, :. v F'{;'1., b returned n be nic Dpld Anmix'moiu on I Soun, a large cro''d gathered, and theexcitement I from being totally sllenc 1856 ,"and d. in 'geneVally of the were"actuated'byuch (6V5>C erefy one, caqit, perfect!propriety 'INNOVATION n".UERCA practical effects. Wo recommend the fcl- t
..c ,' _ about tho mailer was, for a It appeals in previous St't DIPLOMACT, !Ling short awl simple furm of COM tllti. and By.
I ", .. while intense. years corruption too ,existed at liberal ,' 'but their vision bring their* Poker and uWs.which,(or many ian.ha.ferved the I

V. ,: 1.i ; Qov. Stearns on the Senatorsbip L'Englw wc8 heard) toay before going i the:polls, and that Ihd'ihrchase of votes \,bounded'jhelr, 'J .t TIN Ct'P,AKD sPOY:. by publishing panegeric) on of a very large and Successful society abroad,as purpcMi amply t re-
;, 1 ,.:. answer to an inquirer from, the, nn his. lul! ion that he woul ki one ot was a common practice_ Concerning own county asif aU of ,intere. The consequence is that-all-the front some people say tbat'heought sufficient tut all ordinary farmers'societies or dubs: .
] ,
:, I' in his Dillon bring this custom of barter in ballots Gayarre lnes. "' called. Now, I am emphatically of the CONS 111 UTtOM.
Northwcs regard to on the Senators or tblm : are taken; there is
lhitUiere..wili boU'uublo siV8nin the .same: Volume, at page 684: and'vauo within the. State werecu Sat ant hardlysthd. think Gen. Schenck I.i his organisation shall he kowaas ih __ s.ricvliuraj .
the Governor It i thought : ,. I ., -
Senatorial .
r the question acting Thii was the main cause which by patted rcin; hg room in .theaisles. Smeap: cntral'opinion. and HortKuhural Suciety.
here over the 1au I lEO for his .efforts (o, II. Its object shall be the improvement ofiunenbersbi
much ought to promoted
L letter
has wrillvn aquasi execulive went
;f j!, -- producing intense disgust When this section pf 'the jState shall' I to think that the Republic responsible b the theory and practice of Agriculture.
;; : ; ; which tbe Union gives in full. \\'e furthitluin the fear ,of|assassination toprevent or/all/ l the sfns'of its' ,children. 'and' have Poker adopted a the universal I11.I Its member shall of such persons.shall
Louisiana somewhat more accessible receive two-thirds fur admiuion.
citizens from resorting have been rendered govern a ote and pay the
:.' '\ have the for the whole leteIb honest themselves 'accordingly'r 'Tb me. Fritz 'and McMabon 'cesir sum of one dollar admission ice and one dulUraanuallrthereafter.
4. ,' : lot 1 ( NEW YOIIK January 20.-At a meeting to the ballot-box. They 't lew all our by means%t the full\ efficiency of ., : 'each other's again.' .
i throats
vhU-h, like the e.' 1 is rather more hopelesslyfraudulent and West Indfa! TransitCompany's .TIUT.SICKLT' INFANT spring: at' IV ltt officers shall consist of a, .
the Atlantic\ :
: ::", remarkable for length lhan for breadth ter,'lust; iitgntj' res4Uti0flSWt1d' adj()pl/d that it wits disgraceful to' participate : Railroad and l regular and he Freedmen's Savings Bank, sown' incorruption I Victoria,.by her" treatment.of. the Rug shall re.idenr.constitute hecretary.the Ex.cuuvc Treasurer tO\mtkC.and; Librarian)and Chairmen (who.

: or point, but give the significant portion sustainingtliroughoift the aclion "ofPreMilent in them. They had retired from between and raised 'so high tht1it'' i sian Empress has proven conclusivelythat c4 Standing Committees and shall be elected annually. "
Grant the in sullen despair." rcquent steamboat communication still ;
.. of it. He says: on Luh.iaD1 done mat the po1tilhLrna gone,way,up in> balloon f to,comedoW& a woman,can be a queen' and V. Its meetings shall be held monthly aad at suck
,Niul forth w : lor thu Cedar and the variou3tpprtB, ** ,
I tt re Indeed it is hardly possible Keys s. The other times and place* as the .President may dexm
I hhnuld hare enlJroly by not a $ thiS may rise a mo
btl tk(1 that was illegal it; was not'do'ne with the and again. .EJgioeeret by leading lady necessary t r the Society.
the population
% 4 I : i surprise by this (nltninaiion of tho Tribune knowledge of the l'resideutIDI with a inhabiuuits of this* comparatively peaceful south on gulf coast, of our '. st every" dollar high of Montenegro has got VI. 1 his Constitution may be amended at any ren-
actual danger will be rapid' on'this side as lights party tar meeting said amendment hating been proposed at
had I not lung cince been aware State the as declared t
to progress and
oQicf elevated
sincere deMie on Ue,pact pf.tiiq} ho : rind some of his his spinal column the previous
,. : of the animu of my accnscrs. For, in of Govcrnm6rttv to 4 pwform hVirduly. in Louisiana, or conceive the malignancy along Johns. We have in this prnegrcha'd. The Spanish meedul.aYLAws.
tle.St. Turkey.
r "' the first place, I have neither tult'ihl the. the of section variety,' soil, from ,the own color.provel( help at this, war against J: The President shall preside at all meetings of the
which parlizan : '
with every
,. 1 nor expected) "a seal In the ) : d ,. stock assecurity, stomach_,can neither keep the Carlist or Society aad Executive Committee,and have powu"caD
Such is the announcement among the rich hammocks whose natural capacity posi special meetings.IK ,
of violence has been'fctjrred. if all these
f Senate, nor does a -'" and nowan.; attempt, is be made to, Cuban pis"dow' The Vice-president shall have Kite power with j
'j. friends or foes exist tor tint purpose, to despatches of the Savannah News under The Franklin, La., Enlerri sajs; for the,pr duction of corn, oats ant su-' t little differences be settled over a the President and shall' preside daring bis absence ornabilitjr.

r my knowledge; and, in the second)place, the rather mournful 1 head of "Grants: THE'! FLG. g r cane is not to be excel d' any'of iacthe.. Government become of draw \ IlL 1.he Secretary shall.record the proceedings

the NEW SOUTH from which 11 quotation endorsed.'' should heSouthern' States;:to the inure cum- nEPos'SIBl FOR ALL LO3sEsJ friendly game wou1u'Sc'benck the Society and conduct its cone pond ce.IV. .
"There >e keptarW
; L 1 -.i is i made, and upon which ihe article outrage 1'utuVc J 'ef rt icc carefuJyIrcservc.ur and ,Will it succeed. .ffmay;:there is a heapof whose Christian name i is Ro The Treasurer shall receive all moneys,and payOut
last the and dry order of
Now then at f-ctiUous'furr 1 mi/nopen high the same oti tie written the President.V.
generally even
l' ., '".: neIosetl1SLaseIt, is a newspaper of bUch remembrance' in everyI)11)S13 in hi Most of the bert.'des'rv'e monument higher Meetings stall be held on the first Saturday of
which has been nourished with so muchof lands well adapted; to a great money claim '
low in Florida that I rarely ever pine so whit'hGeorge's each month.
"T f I' repute wherein should inscribed thenimts than the. .unfinished one upon
'f ", t see a copy of it, and did not nee this, or diligence and venom by the New b in thiscuiefginey'proved variety of agricultural products and held by speculators who bought them up ORDCR VF BVS1NKSS.

,1'., J I hear of it, until it came to me by your York Tribune and its nsfcociate indepen- ; of tho'whiemcn..who'We' Inbtincts ruil growing at thir1 c nts on the; dollar,'and the memory' i is to roost sometime 2.>. Reading Report of of Special minuteS Committees.of fast meeting

,\! ',' ''r assistance through the oft.c of the Tribune dtnt the worst that can be done and duties of race, and cast their hi ,the .Pacific, Mail" and" Credit. in the''future. 3. Unfinished us! .
(papers From Bay Port, Hcrnando county here New Business; Enay; Discussion; Report '
: ot near 4
j' r i' Chicago unsettle and 'alarm the public mind lot with the African. The infamous. Mobijier! show that Congressmen are We have ,two new publications Standing'ommiitees.JACKSONVILLE.
'. .. Then be 'all all along the Gulf coast.south to PointPinalis \ul the A olional -
.i again Fays: and the recordshorild be a'4 conspicuous rl. vulnerable to, the Figaro, a society i paper, :
to have been done now '
1 I : : For myself, I have no private or pcrnonal seems : time to corneas tbft pictures of.notorious l ar'Eghont Ke'jvand 'then all ANYTHITI1A'r 1IAOET1N1T.. 'Magazine. The frt is devoted RETAIL MARKET.

I-i -1 ': ends to attain. \ only ambition normal re-actionseems, ,to have beguu4People criminals in the rogues' galleries of along the interior margin ,o,(,.the extensive : and beaux of society lives
.' .. : is to Rid in m\llt\inin! *)the continuedpfecinimnce are beginning to inquire it it is i large cities.' These irien ttiu
., ,i$., of Republican ptiiidples the and business of an forgotten. Let their names be written bay ol Tampa:, country unjust that it can only: pass through by exclusively on a,mush diet and i is the I FOWLS CAMS.Veninon .
legitimate proper wooils to the Very ______ *
piney lb. A
( $
-I ,!: ant securing the cvcr increasing prospenty to lake special delight in the black list With 1 pen of Ilttant. open the bribery of members; so watch 'your ''E KET. SILLIEST, TRASHIEST PAPER I .per per pair.,...,__.-__._._ 75 ft i OB
indpcndenl:paper who descend from, beach. This extensive coast line, including _..._ ,
.t ; ,. ol fl)3tUlOtfttLSttC. Witl Pcnlimcnts that they is Chickens half grown per pair v>(it &
) ', S. of high csicfin, 1 '11> y >ur* in the misrepresentation of facts, hoping to the fourth generation may. be Pariah J the the interior : Tampa- Bay servants, goodf people, "The argument ibat ever emanated from a goose's skull. '1 orkeys,,(few" in.. the.. market,. )_ |i 35 uj 2 ooTurkey

', ; : ',';: ube>tieni M-ivant, M. L. STEAUXS.If and expecting by :cabal of this description oiever cast out from all association! exceeds a ,hundred miles o in, extent, and ,hat the Government. endowed" 'the Freed- The other has death written all over'it. Wild Turkeys.,small,,exll____-.- i J oot j$Q<*t! 7i jo

". \, If, in the heat of the Governor's sclfabiHgation to crush and destroy tho influence with thc Caucasian race. 'Let all' who until the interior is by railroads men's Bank ergo it should pay all los The Emily SoldeneTroupe are with us Partridges.each___ ao@ ia

$ 1 '. 5ti ii :\Jher to the negro party: in this political penetrated ses. By the same reasoning;in donating illustrating the witty wickedness PH.slufltt ,
: N ;he hail) been I'tlo say pp>- of the administration. 1,contest be reckoned as constitutes our most profitable this week ? .perstring__.__ 2'@
under circumstances who in-cording ,to}; :Itlie negroes ant and to :the"N6rthern Pacific i Railroad of Offenbach and exhibiting their SnecpncaJ.pcr.unnR 20 M 15
,.4 i 4- 'elj that he would not any }tr. Phelps, rented as such. Let the Itlack list Iruit growing region. Immense quan- ft | i >4 Dost, each., _-_-._-- -. 2S$ 51
tho acknowledged' the illegality the of ,Cqm itendprstcd,that Company.arid rounded to crowded houses.It .
4 ;. J whatever, J'U'f trust Tribune itself, St. Marls be opened.Let names Uicspf melons a.nd, horticultural! product any, well legs A'tS- -

",: :::r:., confided to him by the RepuLIc'ans, but of the Democratic organization of those who pant for immortal Infamy be arc easily grown.:principallyforhe I should at.once, pay ail Joss. caused. by i is singular how the leg opera takes rnco.C.R.perIb....... tJP.ed'
enrolled., '-Whose- names shall 4meadthelb.t 'I' Fullon market Ibiit uVJMuuon.
f would in of all ncduciions. remain the and the inability pf the the among the old rueii. The front sats per
: \ I spite Assembly, I i ? We know two, lather .ami son, Key Vet; market.: My the first of I'j .(scarce)per Ib..S.___ .
i'V 'i in his tuition as official head) of the Republicans to effect it without resort to who have equal claims to 'the' distinc- May sometimes earlier, the, melons are, DISASTROUS' .mASCiAL' COLIC' ,are all taken by, HalD.Ywt.per per|Ib ik._. _;..m_-...._-. 64 6) 1 li%

1 1 .. ., and would endeavor to gather the ,violence and thus make the contingency lion." and then the trade begins the mel- under which,, Jay Cook;,& 'Co., succumbed I OKAY HEADS, BALD, HEAD AND, EMPTY' Shoulders per Ib.____. -_ (A ijjj ,
party ripe White Bacon'per? Ib........ ,: (lit 13u
:r,4a ,. 'par) in harmony and 'good ll-eling "when the Legislature cannot be convened A very exact picture of the :political ons being taken,off,mostly by the small ; arid by ,that sime token it HEADS. >ca.White .

; f ;t abut him as their natural chief, it would ," which by the constitution author- condition. in Louisiana. is given in thc sponging schooners on their return to ought to pay my board bihl-the- butter, I is very painful to me to witness, starIng per bbl .'.,, ', ,__,,.,. ,, .---.t, 9 (A 10

: 4 have been much more ftatisfaclory to all izes a call upon the President for, assiStance following{ extract: from a Western cx- ''V st. While there has teen a con. that makes up'in strength what the coffee at the luxuriant exposed{ 'charms of .Superfine Extra I'cd per.per bbl.bbl-_,___.____ 9 7 *J 8 10

":f: I' '. '; be stock-. I Key ucks and the milk thai barely: had an these wanton dancers' men who are Corn Me-il,pervich-U....__ 3 00 0
": true men ol the paily. The Republicanparty turns out to a leading change : influx of immigration to this I Hominy per sack....... ...r..- 3 co fe j y t

:- :' ., has been shorn of much of its force holder in the Tribune, with a pecuniary)' There is one party in Louisiana which section. in the aggregate since the war. introduction to the cow,-for I.have the written (down oldT with all the characters FRtrr.Applet .

: l'3 "I ; by such attacks as the acting Governor Interest in their representations. is frequently ignul Men are :ccusnm.t the people coming are mostly from other ,quasi: endorsement of the Government.The :. bt, age-moist eye a dry hand, a *., Per d**>M z._.____-....i.;..-_......_..-i 3 SO ia<&$> 4 ooLiroc ij

j a in i this letter makes! upon Senator Cono- The absolute l denunciation by the ( to speak of Republicans and Southern States, and having been generally Nations are arming, ,and I am yellow cheek, a white beard, a baldhead Lemons per per do&._.. .......__ jc M
;; : as though they were the only K M SGllAlS.
I convinced that in less than leg, an increasing Banaaas. eao 5
in Government as thouroughly a decreasing
ver infinitely superior Democrats of the State
c I m\ o parties: having nn bxislence but, bankrupted by the war, and lack- '
\ '., nnd the NEWSOUTH and worthless coupled I Is ltr. \'e years we will have a war or belly; &*., but then everybody goes to '_.___.__
," ability anl.'nlrgYt upon utterly illegal: the Liberal Kcptibliraii party "lrcl er lag to start easily, their efforts tweft.- Corn,per "" >- i 15 i i aoOals
i ,t Union.iJxGovernur capital ton hand ourselves. Now a the beautifiulSoldene. Miss Upper- ,per bushel,_ ((9 i oo
.- ; .; I as a Republican paper. with demand for a return to 1 iureJymilitary than in any other State in ale hampered fur want means and war'i see .
: : Wo have not the time to indulge in unluss they canha'"o Warmoth is the leader A NICE THING TO HAVE ABOUT THE ten' views 'the spectacle through her
l government, considerable from their ignorance of the climate and : ..... -.1 1 8 2
; and his followers include a hOUSE, and softIj _____.__
and -
of Butter lb
well gold :3S' u
and consist
*. 4 personalities with His Accideucy, their way, docs not ruction ol those who'went with him for its encounter many difficul- opera glass pear' Cheese per per IK-.....'- .._.,__- 2S

..t J Ji .'.,., now when concentration and union with their intense disgust at a military Greeley in 1872. Tho Whigs were always ties productions for the first few These remarks Regarded strictly as a sanitary measure, Whispers "mine are,jut as pretty, Lard, per Ib_______. IS If a
years. have lots of who'are only fit to Fgss.scarce.( ) d01- jo b
: ,:'i alone can can possibly .a\'c the party in interference which was fully authorizedby strong in this State amititlieir con to those we men t whileC. Au ustlsSaplea goes behindthe futatnrs. Irwh,per per bttshel__._ H 200
more particularly
with the were so well apply be food for powder, .and then'there is to talk soft nonsense to a Sweet _.n /It SJ
i tests scenes
; the Slate we have: no inclination to the circumstunces as narrated bytheniselves. Ul'lo'.ral
t' who settle near the coasUwith a vJpw of Onion,i,per bush._,___ 2 as
widen tho remembered that an opportunity grat complaint that the titles a/e becoming beauty, who sets him down as .
but on .
i i( ; : any bl'UCI, and horticultural tm"cle DWIEDPKCIT.Pcaches.
Ib72 to :
again; antagonize'
:: :\presented raising oranges 1)10 :overcrowded, and a war would f ol at first and will grant him Pctb.:._ 15 ft 35P.1..ckbc"e.
: contrary would do all and say all that ist' Twice already in comparatively rc I their, 0 -tuuL' opponents, they ducts. Fine lands arc available along a riglp lb.3D'--- 33turrans.

'f manly and honorable in the promotion cent times, the city of New Orleans has trailed themselves of it and became rivers for settle this great question demand and no favor save, the favor 0" spending .erlb per....-,-......._, ,___ 13(19( it

( of Liberals. It is safe to assum.that onehalf the Hillsborough and .1:6:1 supply. Then, again, think how ir on her. So runs the world !I Apples.per, n .__._ nj{
t : of the good of the party: llws, as we had reason to bless'ihe military arm suitable nionlY .
t' j; of the gray-haired white every varity of agricultural product it is and all that sort of thing andintelligence bVNDKIES.Wood
Anglo pro and! where wit
Sawdust Cotton
t f welfare for and safelyattainable pura win ___.__
conceive the the a cord j c
: '.1 j, Jenerol go\'ernment peace S.\XI'I. population of the city and States to the climate. With light draft to the"stuffing kicked Qut of you for V Wond.5iI".percmd.,7S pine per 3 35 4
: get de
'1 of the State. But a* we number b)no other means: and these Liberal These men led by Var- boats these streams could be made avail pair AIl IIayNarthcrn.pcrcw'. I I n .

I' of friends in the XOI th.west and a constantly instances only repi-tUiou of her experience ,moth, have of late affiliated with the distance something you Ccal.per ton. _____10 DO if.a _
i ;:. r able for transportation for some Syrup, KlorHb,per gal_____ 7S IrJ
t Democrat differfrom, the "I"tditchus" DON'T CAKE A cuss ABOUT Death of Gen. John S. .
{ Inc easing circulation there, we in : by. Those terrific They Divine Honey strained pew gj.1.9' 1 OD
: years is done
gone to
: into the interior, as already __._
in that they will accept and and have name in Tallow pet Ib. ro IJ U
( ; satisfy 'ourselves and our friends indignation Ol'ctings. got up for a. down steamboat your pc"(1 wrong On Sunday last our citizens paid the
'f wi support, a Republican StateAdminist'ra- some extent ir bringing It that the -
% seems
:: : with a little historical recollection. widely tVfferent! purpose than that of lion even Governor Kellogg, if wood, &c.Much the1papers. negotiations last sad rites Christian buriil to all that COMPARATIVE PRICE USTOF
I l\l in the Viryinius matters
h r The editor of the Tallahassee Sentinel benefitting the people of"downlrodden the: )' be. nnvinced that there has regard tit \as once mortal: of John S. Divine, who A

I 1; ., is known to reflect exactly the opinions Louisiana," or of rectifying the directionof been a fair count of the votes. They of our very rich productive are nOt progressing as favorably as departed{ this life thu day previou', well DIFFERENT ORGANS.

': of dragooned, into countenancing lands twenty and more miles in the interior to should have been
are course, ought they
they ; sudden -
for their
4 i and wishes of His cidency. When the government, depending advanced in years. His death was
I- 'I and participating in the actionsof will probably be idle until the in November 1873 with CEO. M. SMITH.]
It'1;j j .. : Purman received the regular Rlpublcn"I' fads upon the report 01 men predetermined the White League but they would Southern Railroad Company shall negotiated guns i sail unexpected. (Prepared:

: nomination, the Sentinel, an official organ !. upon their distortion, will very prefer some other means for influencing Great hotted to the lps. Spain bas demanded In the grave with the deceased are 'THE CABINET. PIPE OROAN CO.__...__
build! branch road to this some other : I Spacu.oe. N Y., (Q stops> tf>*
: :. r"t of the ., came out in violent soon appear to have been, aUuast, somewhat the "niirger." Iii case of a new election a ur pay1f"r: the Yirginins, and while we arelesitnting buried his frailties and hia limits -in the i J. Es I EY & CO.Brattkboro .,

par the Liberals will unite with the point on the Gulf, as the question 01! to grant the! demand, some memory 'of m.lnyi. be l'htrihlt his I ,Vt., (g Mops).-__ 400
:t' t and bitter opposition to him outdoing premature. Another c'ommitee. Democrats. They thourough'y' lor hable a made. and .d noble charity. J In I SIMMONS & CLOLGH, ____
l is llic'n.1 transportation per, > ; warlike prepuraluns' are being \'irtut Detroit.Mich. (K.stops)__ 400LOKlNUdr
j I exhibited all the better be relied on igb\s '
M ; ; in tho malevolence whose f'por can that McEnery: and PennV re cll tel matter of primary importance, many respects ho was: 1 most wndel fut! bLAKE. .

f ; ( i possible bitterness and venom of theJ. on its way to New Orleans, and when it 1872, and so ,li.-viimg they have fought Vast quantities of stores are being man, and possessed of certain peculiarities .' Worcester, Iafl,stops).-- OQ
less met provided by SMIfH
; Democratic press, which quoted theSentinel returns it will be time enough, on their Kellogg and the other Republicans.So properly I CACHED AT KEY WEST, that exercised a powerful eUel upon UoKton Mass.. (tostups)....- J7ST.YLuK
: .: have here almost a united opposition our railroad; 1 and steamboat men, I fear fleet is there and the latter. portion of his one & FARLEY.
: being more venomous thanM to give the lie to official reports you pretty respectable .... ;
.f ::4 t : report Worcester, MOM* (\o stop*) 37$
: a merchant and
ol the whites and a few blacks to that the mat riall"'o of the peninsula leasiMr. has been time he was prosperous' : .
officials I'sl List but not : Cushing f NEW ENGLAND ORGAN LO
t : :; they could be. of well-known United States Army a lew whites and thc nearly united blacks. portion of the Suite, and especially at the commencement of the late war he Boston,Mass.. Santiilgu's
'and have the
When Purman. mainly by his own who, if detected in falsehood, What will do under the circumstances Ith'isCI to stand firm : had in store heavy stock goods. The LEBANON OkoAN CO..
; you I ._, ........
of this section, will receive Lebanon. H.. ((10 stops) 3SMANMNG <
l gallant fight, had driver the paper oi will have lied for the first time. But '{ The whl.s will almost unanimously 1 serluscheck. blood-money' paid U'er as son currency of the country depreciated at a I ORGAN CO..
ticket and The Inevitable, caterpillar for the merchandize of .. .. JW
: ; His Accident-- the wall and practically such condition of affairs in one ot the vote ) as possi le. Congress of late years fearful\ rate and every GEO RocLpntt WtHiUS MoL"aostops& CO.. ) -

.: that Jeff Davis once the blacks as unanimously the Republican last few ycais has about'ltscnurged not been pack of de:cription was advanced: in pi ice. but Cambndgepurt. tlas, ,(K>stops)--- M
I annihilated the bolt headed byllisAcci leading States, as bat I die ,
It is for white under would General -
I.- ticket. a disgrace a our farmers from further' efforts, at no crrnmsance0 GEt A PRINCE & CO..: ,
i ;' dency, a compromise with a Promise said, "left the Union to get rid of the in an in Lou'iMana to vole with lis "nig sea-island cotton. Ycf year ECONOMICAL JACKASSES, his prices. His BufCOo,NY.ORGAN. (10 stop.)___- ::'-s
every' EURUbll: CO.
; : from His Accidcncy t support Purman rule of f majorities," is nothing 'new in ger*,".-and hence thorn, arc acctis- ing we would have hat a decent navy nOw, entire stock was sold at ante-bellum rates Erie. Pa I' ranks. The there 1 is an increase in the amount of realized to MASON & }HAMUN ORGVN CO..
the and the contributed
11, T "; was its history.Charles. .inD to Heluh1'an but as it 1 is'lin ,direction, Spain is money
mlde. for Boston,Ma-v. (II&opsJDO
from and other cotton shipped'from section,and the s,of the donated
growth 'n'ce'sii counir. PELOUBtT, PhLTON & CO ,
The NEW SOUTH having no official Gayarre is i acknowledged as vastly our superior.
; : au-es, has been with 'the Democratic the interior its production is, I may say. to wants families of| New York. (loHopo)_ 3*
l' patronage. steadily sustained, the regu i par excellence the historian of Louisiana, part: .. The aggressions of the white There i is one thing the Republicans in Confederate soldiers. We can with truth BRUCE & CHARD.Bn '
for.the. .
: 4 larly and fairly nominated candidate of with established reputation for care andreliability Democrats are,slowly telng upon the unavoidable reason tb\Utilq Congress shoult(' do at this 'session, declare, a more charitable man than the WILLIAMS ton. Ms lit EAtON, (10 stops}---.JDO

1 I the Republican and ho was gives some instances of the freedmen; 's long ; to,sub- fir to haul oranges; and the r must aft'd.that; I to' make appropriations f;)ithenext deceased never lived in this county or Hill N.H., (i stops. )-__' 300WOKCESTEk
't party something for sale to meet of the however ORGA.:0 .
I mit. They haveseen their, numbersgradually produce State. war, __
I elected. out of the same in two There is another Te'close Worcester Mass.; (io stops) JDC\
i. r 't previous breaking thinned by individual. murders taxes ,and current The cultivation years. found homeless and crip HORACE WATERS & bON.-v

: '" :i Acting-Governor Stearns is a controlling wrought aveision to all wholesome gov and"by massacres, and the perpetrators of Cuba tobacco made thing they ought to'dO also and' that is pled. Too proud! to ask alms-too honorable New York, (iv stops)._, __" rfo

I I ,. f owner of the Jacksonville union ernment. In his history, at page'679 of I unhuil. 'Th.y naturally allil- 'to 'b\.J the army and navy both, put in to deceive'-douhtles- has suffered AMERICAN Hart ORG.ANS.( o stops) .-- 284PRISCQVI

4 .J whicb .t-fore and after the nomination the volume devoted to American domination late w 11 : wli lTor profitable,, as,, also could arrow-root! first-class order; complete and'equip during the past few ear.for the OKGAN CO. _
,' apparently to/ the drill B tt is a creature of habit, and fane absolute 'of life complaint Concord N. H.. (9 stops}- 25"B.
} 01 J. T Walls, pertiktenlly.. and while IrVftVtnjj of the Know-Noth- 'Dan ou'r sea coast JeIeneesbui1uI} ; new'shivs 1eli1to
t lon negroes has been in the direction of theDemocratic 'become. routinists. as well as other fr r' never reached the pub ., SIIONINGER & CO.,
,F r an unusual of'pe onal excitement he j i i"| f I of wtr ai4in, ,fact du everything that '
Julnrxture ing says pool. The}" go' there for people and 'never depart from ,old ruts lie ear. It was : sad termination a New Haven Ct. (10 stops) $225
abuse Ll l 1et-tion And not- and guarantee, will be necessary tObe, done two and career. In ,
I opposed & In January. ; the official relations that protection promised ye.\T once prosperous happy
.. .;; withstanding I then held n monopoly of at( Governor 185. with' Ihe Stated ter- by the General Government,' 'and 'with! by way of experiment. :Another fault from now. All this because next year his, forlorn and wretched' condition' he TEN PERCENT DISCOUNT FOR CASH

I held. They'will'continne to preferring with farmers gtncrally, and I know particularly prayed fur death to relieve 'him ot his ..
T the public printing the organ" In hisvalidectuiy message lie the Democrats having) majority in the On the last neationed one.
4 a "umtlz mhmtetl with deep ,mortification to the to have: their rights! as, voters abridged .t pf this secdonls that they tin troubles;' and unexpectedly to the public
in their
of the it refl'rrt : House will everything power A SPLENDID EUREKA STOOL
; Republican : ear- \ dO
party uf Intimidation, Violence and not read.' uehly an1 intelligent : on Saturday,last his prayer was granted, *

.: nestly and ,vigorously advocated the Menl'bloodshed! which had marked the laic KATHEIl. THAN CONTINUE .TAUGETS IXRW'LLETS class., 'bite'l no effort to inform to: and bis spirit'reclaimed,by the God, wboga"e And /

;II j I '- election Judge Finley, the Democrat- general elections in New OrllanR. ,Hesuld themselves, on matters pertaining to CRIPPLE- THE ADMINISTRATION AND THE it. fiequiescat in pace!-Monti' 24 LESSONS FREE OF'CII RG&

< I" .. ': of such :1 PARTY cello Constnl\on.
;t : candidate. that the repetition oulrageswould the States' shall a ,
larnish and sink us 'unless-, Uni.d : mate and consequently, ,''.su 'rAll > fair/in love, war and politics.but"I -
:-., ::1 The NEW SOUTH, trom the first, steadily our show of !trn t be fgricu1ure. i to any one who buys one efthese elegant cajgans.
I, ; to the level ot the anarchical govenuments respected. It 'tu makes kieuty,little difference pass in perfcctness. of cultivation l and hardly think the parties interested i State News! Callandaceitteinat ,
the election
\ of the Hon. '
ad'oawd that 'before
of SpunUh America; whether that force is shown by the verilicts yield of products the presenf year. Of will'take my advice; much victory hath JACKSON COUNTT. w-3o f SMITH'S MUSIC ROOMs.
J. T. Walls, the regdlar nominee of the ibe of those "great public .
o.currcnc' juries sentencing'the murderersof I would not be I misunderstood! '
course, made then mad, and if the last part of Havs livIngfive
of which ) SoME hIo.-Mr. .Amos
Republican part)'. Judge' Finley and crimes1 the hideous deformity) black' tui-n, to the gibbets' of their that this fault is universal like ib'e ., in1 this EAUT1FL'EllflhIT1ON '
he could not deftclibe. 'and' which were a intimating the sWion Is unto the first, miles north of'Greenwood, B
the whether it in the parywi
were defeated. Mr.IL execution or
fcignally '
committed with impunity in midda tpplr of yet it is, Unti animated byth' l bo like the county, slugbI' a, lot of hogs,th'eotb
generl soon
also ) enforcement the laws at the ,point ., OF CHROMOS.
was elected, and thus the hi weighed 601
W'.ls in the of hundreds and r day, .
and of
presence the .The country has spirit improvement progress as STUMP TAILED BULL le
'. plan of His Accidency were all thwart of persons, no mc could have admitted that bayonet.point where mu>l; d reacbet evidenced by ? tlon of agriculturtl J- IN''LTTnE, pounds ,net} m>* turin r 8J led fromtip. The weD known Hair Dressing&AV1*<4
ed thaI bloodthirstymob i tbe'ror withoutthe means oLi.ffcusivewarfare. to tip' and 74 in girth of the
I mainly the the a
through vigilance ind possibility Either abandon the fiet
Louisiana question.
effort of the candidates: and the steady: \ von tern plated to overawe South to Democratic conceding : and societies, the' In. ''The famous eater. : of gull y .and, drinker f black bvrkj-hirn : d. Mr., lay ALEX D LYON

i of the .. ,any portion ot the |lHuJll of this, I their' bt to' comin&tion"{ : \willimpunity tercsts of fgi'u1tu're must languish and pf blod, Donn Ph\l of.the DemocraticCapita",1 slaughtered .7other'hOgs' at the has recently been fitted up with seme of the pretties
advocacy Nsw-souu.
fraction of 1 ,0pounds. chromos ever brought into this city. It COWl
valuable ,
of their most time \ t
exercise and Ill
Silt in the while and blael its pursuit requited in 1\ r2inth 1 readers will do well
-I Much ; or protect h "/gQ' JA tor'jey\ to to and examine them and our
more might be said .
aalely "but that what would Bcsidhis.,any
; rights, and irpet.bagrrers"wherever whereas it lsreallthe; most Interesting an rer. to drop io and see \hc4McIves. "
PLj -r- would not tend towards Republican have been denied even as I is Republicans ts ; a nic ape..rniknow] ] Donn has I night man in search ot that neatest, of'earthly I hjrE&If.a
a ps ill.iy : found/ ltthioIIey adopted and, cnobling of pursuits because 'bet ',denouncing corruption in JAIL DELVERy.n Tuesday clean'sha-ye.**can obtain it here to perfccuoa. ,
: unity. We have ,said enough to our now an fact. let there,be coupled,\vilh. prolectionpunishment always the 5th n'lok a numberof stranger goes there once, be feae-aly makes the place
i : ins. abutll0 bell.
_ This coming! from a Governor of the it assures independence i dcort- and out of a flyspeck hut tonsorial headquarters ever ,after and for the
Zorth.westcgn frle'o'dl to j-how uhy His ,'and ifo sure as' \ black o r season, ., season; ,even -men, supposed havo.cme from of all possible reasons be fiads himself suited: and that

Aceidency considers the NEW, SOUTH State, and embodied in .a. executivemessage white Republican is unjustly killed let pctcncc-tho cssentals ofcontented hap upon the h .rctet of. any. Republican some of our neighboring counties West, Is all that any mall would ask for. ii.iS3pLtJdh1tN .

a indicates t that the troubles bit murderer he hung or"'shot.. That i piness. The-forest and Stream have a went to the jail,'and five of the partyentered -' -
: paper of"low repute." This is all have been But so official was sufficient to make him ,
very i must ildel't sIriou8 I Isrinus the policy, and the sooner adopted the special and demanded jailor, W.
correspondent now, ; ofhe
:' Well, but we decidedly object to the fact I become- the outrages at the better. ,Upon,Its adoptiondepends} ,not of 'the amlni-g .llC up his ,)hands. J'with ,,'holy ,horor'and R. Stephes the keys, ,same, time ,, Q
the coast "
: ;:; } llat Ills Accidency MO seldom reads i(?) polls that they were considered as being' only tho JIves of lk uhlcani. but the suth-,'est } eiy-iinclean unclean The tlC' L U presenting"a, pistol at,the jailor, 'and AND- ,, '.,

;".i : : entitled: to Sute importance. life Republic. i and Ihosb feeling an interest iliipr Donri threatening his life he refused, telling ,

,' 4. .:'. .' ,pi conclqsirp b... ,vjtexwenrtIiatassertjon., I Governor Wickliffe", in bis message to a oChe a 'life, will care this nurd} ruscpidetuic ins'facilitiesare; referred Jo it. iMr uis OVER UI3 him they had ,come i; Cor.ierp A. man :'CO rER-S UTHING.

; :i : -- IIU'P lgtsllturc in & commented and nt1biigelsewUI.I I ,- 'STUMBLED. OWN'ORAO charge*! with murder ,county, ,,I prepated to'execute" work oLevcrrdescTalit
I, : k t From TaJUhtMC. upon fact that mob vioItnre !1ATLR. PEEL.t r "' -, I jailor refused to deliver the keys or am,
at the general election in 1856, In Col. Abed, dtuIngtho inTesttgaLlon -: Jhe nd'respec i The itenior the Wben inform them of their- .but the mon agi6 oTf Pw er.
following news, from the or New Orleans & at ,WashIn"lon,'January'2O.-The,'Cabi. ;Erwln has'.written to the' whereabut
> city prevented louse Pacific red ,
of ,Mail their
i the Subsidy, his fearing lhrat b the or the ubtiw .
: from the Union yesterday considered the wie' IalQlar
i capital we clip f least one-third ol the citizens from vot net : Viginhis. offering \tu purge himself of contempt, ,informed them where '
whom .
J ; TALLAHASSEE, 7znflary5.: ing. The Governor said:, 4It demon matter. Except Fish, there watunan! and answer all[ proper,'".questions. le off the list of names' of men to eecutd 'when ,' Order*left u DOBBIN" GUN SH >?, 9' f| Mr.M.

{, ', 'i ,' The Senate was' to-day without% a quo ilrales that some extraordinary 'cause nifty that the matter should( be pushed wi examined. to-day., : ; r, be had given money to 'se lre the pas and
i rum and upon their; personal request wa at work to prevent a large proportion In this connection it is stated on excel : ''ageor: tbe'bill.lo and behold, the vir- before .named. .Mono' of the parties .' : .s...
,. ) lawful from theEal'lrt l lejit authority that the vessels of the Gulf Trenton .January.21-E-Gov Theodore r ,
Captain Grant of ensla. and E. W. of voters enjoying tnous Done wastlown Donn -Mariana atcntlo.t
: :,: L'Lngle Jacksonville were deputizedAssinuntSergeanlsatArmi franchise the constitution. Squadron'are ordered. to coal 'anl rendezvous ., Rntolph''succeeds ,lr. Stokton. fo,1 f6O. were.recognized. brthe I jailor., ,- ..- bu WMr11JF. : .
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lion to the valuable and effect e services OFFIciAL DRAWING EyA a -

of Mr. Strong, and to thfll prepossessing r Lyi AThoarpsoa. _. 'PIANO FORTES : .

and amiable f features of his charac- I ) Mo *"rawt-JaB, s.. ?i Mu; N Y) Jo Cotta II IVt sic:: r N BANKRUPTCY. r .
OUNIL.Tuu&rl : CLIs'59_;_ Toksatt. E ; E B and wile.Philadelphia ..' J < : ,,Qh
t JY.
I ter. The resolutions were, adopted in 30-S4---Zi-4-49-9--4i-s7-1r7--I.-.33 Fort George f LS -. In tin Dirtritl C .r1 tf 11, Vmittj SUit ftr tk* 1 T qMPUr.T'JoI t)..

:7. 1870. : ,TUESDAY EVEMNC.Jaa.a6. Braa,1ew Otyv T'. G-F0. -M. ..'S ) l..T f *tttrm .
silence and with evident feeling: i the matter of c rENNSYLTANIAlTIE: OM.PANY TWO COLD MEDALS _

Line. t Appropriate resolutions of_ thanks to CLAsSi6u. NATIONAL" BANK [ .- i ii: i v. 1 41.. I :.j < -knpIL >.. 1787 ".

New Through 5S.n651147S. ,- ; 1874 Uecesaber. By order of the United State la Cafifcrata.One I. Vichigwii awl Tw Medal*M the-
A call the railroads, steamboats and hotels\ for '1..1t FIR PIANO FORTES ORGANS, MELODEONS, Court fur Ux Eastern District of PeaMlvama. la Mechanic'ft-n'ia rios to Boato, besides sftasvanaw*-:
of a jesterfe 'FLORIDA. VIOLINS 'ACCORDtONS : &<, Tb descnbed real will
bid the pUwore their to the members to theGovernor TO RENT. < GUITARS. BankraBtcy. foUowtmg estate
I'- Atmore. General11dIger courtesy be sold at public auction CIa 1 Manda".February ntk HRST l'RE Ut.1tS'f
Mr i:. and his cabinet and to the furnished rooms can be rented near. the : JACKSONYILLE, 187$. at 10 o'clock *. sa.'at Apalachnora Fraoklia
H< ftwfflArgnt of the Louisville & St.James Hotel Address Lock box j.p.'O, lo-al -' I. u i SHEET .MUSIC, ,MUSIC BOOKS, couJit,.Slate set\tonda:; .
Alabama I Legislature tor the interest they had i 71 *mfy Jf,titm+l Bank i ftrrft* i th : PICTURES&c.Iiitiuet0n No- i. All that certain piece or pared of lamf situated la State and County Fair all'over the cosBwry.' "

JsouUi & North ., ia the county of Frank**, Stan of Fluriila west of tacApalachKoU The verdict Croat everybody ts that they are"rapidlytwcoauaf .,
rll1e Florid In the" I shown were adopted. CALL .. n er.Uwinded a* follow r Bcp.s at the Leadlas Ptanw ia the world.
)lr. \. W nAt Exchange nSowusih and NewYork sold.and Ei.changeciiall a poi"where the north HM of svtioa t. ftowi.hip 9.
Adams Geo. Smith Music Rooms and the finest : iFirstCIasseachers
Messrs. Fowler and having M. ice : : given b/
1iruih. lintand has givregard .! Northern poutts bouM,. "i m range 8 WiSh and west onuts a cnek.said poi '
ef4 of the abc.'e and : resigned from the exrcuthe committee: Organ.ever on exhibition tn this dry. ti-ittf A'T CURRENT RATES. \ S .M ? bctag twenty (ao)thau and fifty (SO)haka east of the THEY STAND TIlE SOUTHERN CLIMATE -
to time of said section and chain
in : orthwest comer i. two (12) -
.solDe fact. thM'e I lIon. Dennis Eagao was substituted for Tuning and Repairing done by and seventy-five t75)links east of a tnvers puss os BETTER THAN ANY: : "
ot1li DTKECTORS STCJOLE said hoe.set on edge the mush on said creek: '" **
LtSDfCtiOfl to our numer- Mr. Fowler and C. L. Robinson, of this Daily hourly and momentarily disposed of at the Ffrtif*, Competent .Workhent thence np the said creek to a given tree, the oner at 1'IANO EVER SOLD .
\alwble Thomas Oman sad Aiaos Hancock old hues ,
,lit ."uld be tbi! CitY a daily liue city, for Mr. Adams. 11-141 CanT Sotrruuut .. Hoa. F. E. SP W.A JOHK C.. E. .. etghry-i (86) degrees west, one (i) cham; aMacc.tIOrth. and HERE. a. S

rradel'. lIVID Then motion the association FAWCHtUJ tin sixteen(i6Mu>ks M a fence; tram tbia poise ix trav- -
i rullm&n 1)1 lAce cars hat' upon htL RIMIKCTOK RKMIHCTOH., FC Gium Ar. Fan_., MRS..S. I. BRIDGE I erse post ia the creek above referred to, twenty-erven They stand ia tone the best and tHey are the iwtttut "i !

Ihrollbh adjourned sine die. ONLY CALL. S.'L W. C. SQCIKES, E. W. M. Ita, E. (17)( chains and n-loecastolthe northwest comer ef sound ef any piano nude. ,-, '1-0
thai: route and run through as others have done,and be convinced that Cheaper 11. said section i,bean north 8 dc&rwcst.ala chawM; .CaB and see them. .. .
ez put oD Chattanooto p be obtained.anAVwith saw coi.-. September :, 117+ l-f"J' WH receive a B1ikdboaliei'of pupil txlasmicttoo. thence south, twenty..evcaaod one half(17") degrees If GtO. M SMITH'S -,, ;d
pester iI.311 ,
)la.-ufl. Atlanta. Brooklyn Item. Bargains can oaths w=.five()cbaina and forty... (!)liab to a corner
1JtiMP' Lou'uulle without Polite and *anenuve salesmen to wait upon everyone, fence; thence,south nr.and one-lMlf.54)6egrees -
I .Dd s3bviIte to with We are glad to learn that the new great and small at THE GBEAT SOCTHEXK )BAZAAR NEW. east, five chains and twenty-eight(i J) links to HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. |
ill Luuisrille 11-14 tf survey of fifty ing chiefly mthe city of Apalat.hicola -
connL tin: has _ ____ the fine vf said of
I1el't, Chico. colored Church in Brooklyn found At SMITH'S MUSIC ROOMS. ; thence along survey fifty acres
carli to St. Louis SOMETHING NEW. PHOTfJGRAPHIC CO. twelve (,2)chaiJlS to die I\tJrtbcaIt ceraer ol aid irvey;
flICI la1u't' some g H>d friends this winter. At .FLRIDA thence south -and one-half (49$")degree HOUSE, .
bingttiwn' collection of
C4tulfltU4. rlwturgh, That beautiful, new and rare India. STREET.A. east.ftC (j)c tain and seventy-two fyi dak* to the *';
Christmas they received a Communion and just opened at J.H. Bur. ATLANTIC BLOCK. BAY fine thence said line and the {
l'hilaJcll'hi L aiidgit. S t'A'T Chinese Japanese goods, "I I PROF. J. B. SIMONDS, nty : ,along city. through PORT ORANGE,. FLA., : .. :
manIa to a point.on a line wit. the wharf lota oC. the
Service Irom friends and Ion' u.i91
$20 *store.Bay street.
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cars are alsoMontSomery GRANT.jManagec. CUT survey and bounded by 1 unIt'basbus ; thence up
Tbnm-jh pilace: from other friends in Burlington, Vt. Teacher of Vocal and Instrumental Music at Turtle harbor. to a punt or the place of beginning; By IRS. BENNETT ft"MRS. DOBBINS. -\

to Louisrallelot ] AT "THE WEST END. rilOTOGRAPHY. bounded by said creek.'.harbor and the dry line : '"""*
are reached and last Sunday evening some gentlemen H. Fehrenbacb Proprietor will be bund the choicest OUT SMITH'S MUSIC JtCb IS. ApaJachicub contains thirty())acre of bad more. Thi*new home is now ready to receive t estItia, 1
TbfSe cars isis the mill, with comfurtablT'rurnikhedthnkiaBfiat.aadbcapaUeofao.
or ; abo. SUM saw engine. mach
change. from the Riverside House ia the Bass Ale Choice Milwaukee Negatives( Architectural 12.305(1THE wilt be spared .
and Co.lDlbaS. contributed liquors city. Imported For taking 3 7x9 L eryrsawst belts, Sawn a and run.iOC'IUI'thereon Commodaang 14 guests No pains > ?
%|lultiy or "a Macon Bottled Lager Beer,Ale. Bel&st Ginger Ale, or Groups)and each f i z.ou erected on the thoty(jo) acre tract of land above de make the table saus&ctory to ns natnw. *. -. s"
eierria enough wore loanable them to 1.00 ARAGON'ORG ,
Jacksonville to Additional Copies.- -- scribed.Mo. *r ?
The utue (ruin and wines of all kinds. Scuppernong Wine a prime For taking 3 Stereoscopic Ncp !.<(Landn : a. Abo the''east half of northeast quarter and The schoo-er
windows in their Church. 'Md- .
fifty put artlcie fut invalids a specialty. Liquors Lit country Architectural or Groups) and npply- __ '
same either way scape. the east half auutheast quarter if section 2 j,containing BENNETT
LoAIIfille U the -S trade and family use constantly on !.. 11-51! ing proofs of *"***__-_ to.eo _7 _._ ::_ ._ one hundred and sixty (i6o>acres more or lei*. ELIZA ::. ,1
Additional cupics.__ ------ -5 ., l"o. 3. ALso fractional section 'number*06 and1 97 for Port :
Will leave Foster's wharf Jacksonville 0.1
bogr A Pleasure Trip. .. > and lot number of section containing ioarhuatlnd jance I.
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will he pleasant Ir once in two weeks aftoding parties pleasant
Thi4 .nnouncemcnt FREE LUNCH, The-4argestclectioB at and ninety-five and 76-00 (495. () acres more or safe aoliaes.aic reaching that place. CbaUbnabla .',,;ft
Editor ,Yew South -This afternoon: .
and \Vest who : lace. Fresh I less. For
blank is
the North Blanck it the name but mot the Cabin Accommodauon panicnhirs aJ'ply.t
those fn'w FLORIDA VIEWS No. 4. Also the north end of Forbes bland unsurveyed. UOIIBZNsGUXSHOP.S h
ID uur ht.:1utit ul! and hl.igorarin the writer and a frit-nil enjoyed H great Philadelphia and Milwaukee Lager Beer on Draught. .and supposed to ctintaln five hundred uoo)acres. Corner! Bay_ and Hogaa streets.Jackmwville Fta.t .,.'?;.jjsf

El t'l1j"Jil1 home. pleasure, to wit: a short sail on the St. Free lunch from n till t o'clock. The best of liquors Of every size and description always on hand and sold All in towsnhip 6.south range 8 west Due notice of the lime of arrival and dcpanu4d
unter. ,ben they return only, kept at '*Henrys Retreat" Bay street' west of at'Wholesale or Retail. No. 5. Also fractional sections 23 and 23.containing the schooner will b. given la the paper. -j jaa. ""'' )11 theCa Johns river in the little steamer Daisy, Mar hundred and eighty and 51.1:(.so JT-K)acres .
the tact OF THE
would muiti. Laura. ia-5tf ORDERS EXECUTED IN ANY PART more or iess. .

We >e of Kentucky is Capt. Green. The day was pleasant, STATE. No.6. Also fraetional irdon 25 except inch part as HOUSE .-jfJACKSONVILLE' '
1I.ulIl1Jutb. THE PARENTS I tics east of..Carsar creek,estimated to contain three WAVERLY
ptt this road ai d all the water smooth and the sail delightful.The \ hundred( "*'**
41. (300)acres. FLORIDJ/
tht linc Of afl well regulated families purchase their groceries of STUDIO PRICE LIST.
.iui1dto No. 7. Also fractonal section 97, containing two I ..
is well fitted
t bulJill turoujrh tifUts to I.uisini Daisy to carry a partyol Rich, PoU,'. Block, Bay street. I6.H tf Portrait, largest size. ,first proa*---.... 'J 00 k hundred and sixty Iliac and!66-100\ 66-loo>acres The "FtoatBA Hoses having been remodeled' .''Of

partld ulitl t t an lOp over to twelve or fifteen, or even twenty persons Duplicates_._..____"". 1.50 more or le>s. and refurnished,will hereafter be knowa as the Wa-''. ; o'*
and ) tJ > No. 8 Aim fractional section n,containing five hundred House
first verly
whole size
f cUk natural t'urioo t)'. We comfortably. She rides so easily FAITH, HOPE AND CHARITY, Portraits IJuplicatcs _,_. prooCa.oot ant seventy-five and 6.-. ,575 6..1<> acres TERMS_...:...-..-'.-per"clay. f.>.'*

.kit this great and with little motion that sail The last but not least is bund by buying groceries Imperials, cards, first __...... more or less. J. J. 4O\lrOKI't M. I). ,I'Of
I the line lie so a l.9.. Also fractional section 36 containing three Hadden House Atlantic K.I.
ucmfiinned( by Mr. A. that from Rich. .xo-at tfFREE. lJupl, p.r :-_____ 5.00 the Cry. : .
I hours for _____ 1'-' hundd (OO) acres more or ICM l'ropr_. 'f.
all-rail route the river for several or even Carte de visiles, finl.proof 1-9 jm
*'** the fir"t DuplicateS. Aozea..,____ zoo I All in township 7,south range, 8 west. ./a
I rtpreenu a longer excursion must be, as the per first four.DuplHatcs __ .. 3.00 lo be sold free of ,tac1I ,brance,_ the following IltCkS.YfONCR1EF
excursion -- -
n.und-trip Ferrotypes Drapers and Undershirts very cheap at ;
I th plievd on Jc A view of those elaborate carvings,beautiful porcelain dozen._____ :1.00 terms: For the tract of Lnd first descnbed. fifteen ;,
1 per
school splendid. i d 41ant the of rfe and the resi- '
We loam that hid girls say, 'perfectly hundred('l' on day .
and just
Florentine mosaics tare'laCquer ware,
FlftiiJ-! *.
tltketJ to due one fourth on the confirmation ot the sale and tle- HOUSE .
will 'loliod by oilier And what adds much to the pleasure of opened at J. H. Burton'* store'Bay street 1119COUNTRY if Every variety of Fancy Printing dane at this establishment. lanutactured by i livery of the deed one-fourth in three months one : \ ,. ;
tnQlplr hi including Double Printing, Vignettes. Medallions '' fOurth in six month and the balance in twelve months ..A.i.Cur. -" '
tickets such a trip is the conlhtl and vcntleI t Clave Work, Em. SHOKlNGERi i CO. Pine and Forsyth streets,opposite First!NallonaB t
Bntii at t this time eun>ion SUPPLIED ,Solar nlargemenis.Glazing B. : 'I' from the delivery of the deed the purchase money un- '!111 -f "
jjne I manly manner with which Capt. Green FIRMS PROMPTLY bowing and Composition Printing.CHILDREN paid to be secured by bo-d and nswtrsge, on the prrmMS. Bank .t *,
all ,* Mle tour city 'In.iu principal With the beat Groceries in the Market by Wm. Rich. A SPECIALTY 1 with interest from the date of the delivery of ?he JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. ,1-. i*

and \et.I treat those who favor him with their for cash. -: tf New Haven, Ct. deed. 1 he other parcels for cash on the confirmation ..tq

point Xortb .A'I patronage. We with him abundant 1'RIVATE. BOARD. : I I Without person extra in charge.the tame 50 crats,''.extra. Special for each arrange.addioonal > I[ :1 I 'TrF'lGEO. 1 4 I of At the the sale same and time delivery and of place the deeds.the. following personal Ii threu3.houtsnd now open for will guest remain This opts home tiUMay i* entirely m.. new/ 'i'Ji; ) ,

Frurt.Growers' Association. Kucrchs in his enterprise. II. ments for photographing Hotels ztod Boarding Houses, iroperty will be sold;: EVAN- & HAKES' .* ,', ;it
I The : A few person can accommodated with good board 100,000 ft. (more or less) of lumber 238 Ii. (more or

10 a. m. thi<,ass Kiaopenwl Jacksonville. Fla., Jan. 22, 18;,. in a quiet family by applying to the subscriber, at the including occupant M. SMITH.\ tell) if stock logs 4 tin oil Ctns,6,000 (more or less) Proprietors SEASIDE HOUSED G'
t Srfurday at of children lain J between AdsKkCIy&J.
On) The best pictures washers ,
ff 12-19 IIi cross ties,2 boxes of nuts and I barge on jm :", i
comer of Cedar and Heaver* rccts. the hours often and twelve. stocks and machinery of lead. .;
the be!iun of the last day stocks, i tug on 2 can .
t ElDO WANTED. n-iS tf WM. STETSOK. a keg of letd,a ofhce desks 83 barrels of tar,2 iron Beautiful SJkScarfc.ia variety of BUCK Y"S'j&

orlhf'DleI'Ling.t Blankets and Coverlets of size sad quality atBUCKYS. RESH ARRIVAL lucks,i morticing machine lot of round bolt iron.4000U ,
f Information of the whereabout of Henry Pinney BUY BOOTS WITHA. ft. (wore o*less f of.lumber, I box of saw teetA.i ironackscrew. HOTELy' I

t Tbt re U-mg a ".,can<) in the commit- Yo ho wai in Jacksonville In June last. He Is about five >4 keg of spikes.3 grindstones 4 axes, 2 THE CLARENDON : "j.iJ:
K. PERCTVAL'S stamp upon They are superior 4 'OF NEW AND FASHIONABLEGOODSi bab of oakum, Vi box of soldrr. lanterns, I roll of

i tt't(iD tr n jHtrt.tion. l>r. A. S. Baldwin feet Keren inches in height dark chestnut hair, gray to all others. 10-1 If THE SAVANNAH ADVERTISER; i / 1 _*>./ IGENTLEMEN'S' I/_ rubber letting, I letter press and stand 13 parts oi kegsof GREEN COVE SPRING, FlJt, _aTI .

jelei-trtl to fill the fame. eyes and of swarthy completion, weighs about 145 wa.-her,&c..2 cn s-cut saws,4 newspaper files. ; t
f FALL AND WINTER WEAR, skiff .y (
box of and .
barrel of resin, i nuu i *
pounds Any information will be gladly received and : FINE CHAMPAGNES. Published Daily and Weekly at now open fur the season ?
a diM-uviju un the evj>edienryofMHiniig boa',5 ihoveb. I bellows and anvil I chest of tools. I ; S ;U.I .t ,!
Upon properly rewarded addressing S. A. PINMET, Just received. 30 cases Imported Champagnes of the EM Bit AC TOG wagon > lot of tekgr ph wire, i lot of mill saw files,
PER. DAY. .tJ' .
the tmlilication uf a l largefdiiirti 1'l13t Jacksonville, Fla brands Mumm's, Moet & Chandon, Pommery(sec, SAVANNAH, GEORGIA. FRENCH, ENGLISH. GERMAN ITALIAN 1 lot uf glass insulators 2 iron sales. I row boat unfinished. TERMS 14-co ;d .. '

Ernest i upright iron boiler. i coil of rope 4 chairs. by the week II J JBetonginit
of u-lunie or pamphlet c 'nuninjllif -- RoderetDvhwneicoi Piper & Hcid icck. Social arrangement t" 1
CEO. N. NICHOLS J long steam boa, 12 cans of paint, 4 extra circular saws. ,
liiijr s uf the Ire.illut' ROOMS TO RENT. ? lUre) & Co.. Kmg & Co.. in quarts pints and half iubli.her. Manager. 1 he will be sold far cash. '. t. ***
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|' the for sale the Settle, at} < SUCH. AS HENRY C TERRY Assignee. i to.and con:rolled exclusively by this Hotel I r.
In a finely situated house on Bay street; nppnKit pints, by case or. ) '
ul'1 the !isMtci.iti n, combined '2'_ -" l--. J. JOSEPH M. URGES, Deputy. .a the Green Cove. r"i''J
awting 1 hit house iin Bii-reustsRearAcw.-r. : .
Shipyard Furnished and UBfurnikhed. u.a.l The ADVERTISER is 'live: comprehensive'new*, FINF. BROADCLOTHS. C\SSIUERES. VESTINCS 1-64 .,'aa

vith th-*' of the pre-ut meeting, a pleasant quarter of the city, having a fine river -. paper publishing the latest News and Market Reports AND GE. ..AL FURNISHING WARM SULPHUR SPRING.

ten H m. t<> prevail l I.ut) one opinnpiniiin. view, and the rooms are In excellent cuudi OG. In. OH. MY trout all parts of the country particular aaenttm being- I I 'it the store- d'* GOODS.. Ladies underwear to obtained. at DUCKY'S.A Fitted up with . ', 1,1 ,.'
of Local and Commercial aflairs.
the New SOUTH office. Just received at Bettelini's Restaurant ao cases excellent given to Savannah's 4A'
the or kt BARATIER
quire on premio
M..i>r Solon Il'lhin..lfI, Gov. I-II at imported French brandy part of the vintage J. HOT. COLD. PLUNGE AND SWIMMING ., 1
.lOT '
Reed. Mid Mr. Attains all ri'inaiked up. 1797 and i8 o. This is highly recommended for invalids Merchant Tailor, BATHS t-, .. .Hl

tinimtit ..f Ulll itctioii in >nlerlorrpl AN EXCELLENT HOMESTEAD rOR SALE.I _ _ 12-2] I ADVERTISER will be a beU and fearless exponent Laura Street,just above Bay Street. MENT. HARRIS & AJPLEGATEDec. '
in .
} offer my homestead with, if ;: lw.,three or ol the Democratic Conservative Creed. n6n JACKSONVILLE. FLA. I m tin Dutrict Cairt of II r l'Srf SUttt fur At .a,1874. l -atf Proprietor "i

"o the nunn r<*inquiries madeofinJitiduiU four acres ofa< >.xning land the whole now set with the GOOD NEWS ,N-Lttrs District q F/qriJaa. ___:- ._, ;J''

in regard: to the character best seedling oranges the only reason fur Selling being Mineral Water*, Imported Vichy and German Seltzer TO ADVERTISERS In the mailer ol CHAS. FRIDENBERG Bankrupt.To i. .
and neck at Body's.POR BOARD.
Fine black dress coats Eiacy wear whom it concern: The undersigned hereby > ;
tnd cim-htum of the State. It w as finally a pecuniary inability to improve the place as pdeserves.( lor sale by glass or bottle,at Bettelini's Restaurant, Unexcelled advantages are offered our large and in gives notice of may his appointment as assignee of Chas. pRIVATE ,: ., ._ .

Forty or fifty of the orange trees will undoubtedly bearin Bay near P<- 121171 creasing circulation rendering the AUVEKllbER a rklenbrrg ot Dun couaty Flnrtoa.within said district THE STICKNEY IIOUSC."

orderrd that the matter he reiened to the corning teat**!. The hole place oflcrs the best valuable advertising medium. SALE.: who has been adjudged a bankrupt upon his own ;" l I

tW M'CI't'brh in conjuticiion with the chance in the ,kinky of Jacksonville lira first-class OUR ENTERPRISING TERMS BY MAIL. :: -.' ; The Lease anJ'impsoverncms oi, two a:) Lots inn petition by the Dunnes Court. C. GREtLtY.of said District.J. Assignee. Br MRS. S. A DAY. ', ,,.Jo utt i'-, '

ubfcniliiiii hOld with spacious ground,or fur a circle of friend. Friends Messrs Gato Co.,have seemingly spared no .' about Jan. 6. -87 3 w ', ;:-t1iI i
isle LavCla $
annule oommittt-e. ttl pros by 49"Postage I're-paid by the PiiUL.bcrUDaily the town Good board at reasonable rate. I IJll&neol
who Yo..b to live 10 vicinity as the grounds will easily expense introducing the handsomest soda fountain fur those dewiag to make a paa't
made t
| l\ tale cf t the l tll"k1", and, if residences It admired by and i year.........."..y.......A' __JI.Gct ONE-HALF MILE FROM JACKSONVILL P.O. Liberal term zi-n-jm : 1' ,
four in ibis .
a>!mit of sub-diviMon into three or private ever vet up city. everyone OST-OFFICE :OTICE.J J "

MiMar}, b) othei mean-, fist the | ubIxalMin in a Yo hulcftotne and every way dr>mble tuc ).. the soda from It is pronounced by all the ladies to be :" 6 3 anonw-------" ___ ._. 2 ce t The place is fenced in'witk. a board fence six feet P .. !Jut .

S -AU1MS. the __.._. ir-, ?,. i.75 high cuntaius a i / AND DEPARTURE-OF MAILS. -: :
the olume.Al. J best. Weekly ARRIVAL HOUSE :
edition l
ol a large _ 6 months.__.____.-. 1.0 HOUSE, STABLE, GOOD WELLAnd AIH1VK. cLass RIDDELL > :

.'uie. l.Dr.) L II. Exeritt of this BUY: iQUKSELF A HOME.A BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS Northern and Western daily. 9:00.4.M. 3:00'..., .

citrw*s :.iitrniptril to be brought to the VILLA- ITE op St Jobn'f river ill o ,era! fur sale. win boo complete autortmcnt of lumber, dressed about a ihousend An extra mail for Lave Oak .. FERNANDINA. FLA.

One of the m*.t deilraU* places tn the vicinity of Jack and undressed, mouldings, shingles the Depot DOL-LARS FRUIT TREES AND GRAPEVINES andall points nest, will .i J1'm'
audience but the Dr. 7-00 A. m.'emandina
iBrntiun ot the ; fOr Icavestr45A.M.- SAMUEL T. RID Eli PaoPlllno .- ,
unwilk containing >S acres-about 8 acres ready Orders be delivered at landings on :'1 '
lajmbcr Yard to THE AMOUNT OF TWO Mil LION FIVE six old.11 be sold very cheap. and Florida Iai -
1 o From one to
hJ1ot't- ill wa?. unable to till pI ntina. Fur particulars,apply at the COWl II'.. the River receive pecul attention. HUNDRFD THOUSAND ARE TO BE DIv.IRlBUIrU years road daily. _. 9:00 A, ... 3:00 P. .. dri'CC-hteea *
; BY ALSO A GOOD BUGGY. and Palatka auTe oo tile floesi .
rEBRUAKY Saint Augustine 49-Magninceot
Sot..H.4.a5 : spa
the ball ilbIl \uiru naturally tint I of 1 NEW LOCH J. BafSH.
H& Address
.. .. Lou A.
THE PI BL1C LIBRARY OF KV., UPON THe.OCCAMNS farther enquire of daily,( Aunday excepted plO: p. Atlantic Beach.
finio* ami now weakened bMikne>- I OF THEIR FIFTH AND LAbT In running order. For particulars I, Key n e t.arrives every MooHjy .Rcfre.hinc sea breezes. ;., .oft ,\ "
I VICHY CONCERT. STEETSKAMP. _...... .... 9:00. INtEi.? .
ud a* hi. "Ol'tls 1 Melonville Sand \
unterprikc. ',
kt.aat.UMd 'hum lfliieiirig it orally i or leeEng stupid. A glas of Vkhy or Kasengm : DRAWING CERTAIN OR MONEY TAILOR. Point arrives Tuesday and f ;; 4

BEST BEEF IN THE iURKET from 4Tufft Mammoth fountain in La Favorita cures .. 12-2 JIll.Or at the office of the NEW SOUTH. Saturday.....-'___ 4:30 P. M. 800'.. Per day,, ----_-\V* '-..* -r m ,
011 ciMidiiion, Hut the full tott be pubItbed REFUNDED. rromi2 to 1,). ;
Yellow Bluff and Per week
Weighing 474 His wlU be sold fOr ten cents per pound. ail such un. leasant sensations.MAIUNE 6-tj-tf Fort George, .'i l
in the pHHttdings.Uei. south end of Fine Business Suits at BL'CKY'S.IMPORTANT May port arrives Tuesday Satis&ctory arrangements made with uuCes.
at the famous Tennessee I'eef ioall ---- -- -.---- and Fnday............_. :r... Fine ::'' 1
J \V. \V tkm lln.k, the Hon.tu.niber the market Also, bnusage Meat, M cents per pound; INTELLIGENCE. One Grand Ca.-h Gift._.___, $Jso/ leaves Wednesday and Sat. livery j

CMAS SEA\ET. One Grand Cash Gift.1110.000 TO EVERYBODY.If urday_.....-_ ____ 9:00 A. MStNirholas "
troin Uadc, then tok the ttirul' Pur*.15 cents per pound. 1-13 tf One Grand Cash G.ft........_.........- 75P __._,__. ZOOOA. M- IO.COA.H HOUSE 4J f !
_ :
audio -
Lid die
t Lour ,
Grand ;r.J
tw* Vith a glowing) auRIDA.ARHIVALS. 5 Cash lifts, JMIooocaco you wish a genuine article in the way i Cigars n!post-office will' be open daily(Sundays excepted) (Formerly Rochester House J _" II

Just received at llettelinrs Restaurant looses fine 10 Cash Gifts 14,000 each.....___. J.UPUU from 8 A. M to 630 P. M. JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA. '* "

ut( 8<>uih Floiids, with particular imported. old Topai Sherries; 5 cases imported Hungarian Jan. M,*tr. City Point. Fitzgerald( harleiton. I j Cash (itfts. to fan each25 each.._____ 150,000 Wines.Liquors &.C..go to The office will be open on Sundays from t2 to s:) MAY t* 'f I 1.1p .1-t J I
Cash Gifts 100oc.o o'clock r oM HOVEHSEB
sDOO *
20 r M.
Swiss i Vermouth cases Swiss sch. Victor Fuzzard Port O.ange B. 1 OCX!.
'I ; J
okay cases Jan n.
tvltTfiHY tu the xtftinn in the vicin- ; 5 York.CLEAKAMK. Cash G.fts, 4,000 ea.b100QUO The general and box fleiivcres will be open, all "t tit .
sch. M W. VreClaWs,New of the proprietors
1.. Scott
Absinthe. 10cases Sauterne. ComLuiJy tnh-pd the jaa..5, Cash Girts, 3,000 cacb90 oo times during the regular hours, except when the mails The undersigned J ore __ i i
i t'J! of Muiui. with 30 V j
Killed all
through dclia a ol of inimitable tf Ian. 22. sch. J. C. Drew.adlia.New York 100 Cash Gifts, ,000 each____ 100,000 and W. H. Goudnch.fcr years fric.nd "*) .$ ; J
description their
IiIetry b Gul Martin. \ 1373 _..__. MONEY ORDER OFFICE. &c.,beg lesv: announce to
) Jan. n, sch. Rosa Eppinger, Bales New York. 240 Cash Gifts, 500 each Uoooo If wish to take recreation in a good game o Clerk. vj.i& Florida that they have taken the.ibove ..4 1
betutt, and humor as well, the whole GREAT EXCITEMENT Jaa 23 str. iHctatcr.( Charleston. 500 Cash Gifts 100 each_- -- 50.000 you The money order office will be open from 9 A. ..tozy' those about u and> shall do their best to make u a home'. r
___ House
...hJlia Bennett Bennett Port Orange Cash Gifts, SO each 56opao Bay street. ) t
11Ilit'n'e Rich' Jan. I) J 19,000 Billiards go to J. B TOGNI'S Saloon p. M. and from 3 to 4 P. M. boarding with them. ***
wtre captivated with the Over the iutitical canvass but greater over 26, sch.Jacob E. Ridgeway,Townsend N. Y. issued this office payable in to those banks of the 1 ,
Jan. Money orders are at any The house i is pleasantly si.nated on the 'n-+ '.
'jN'aker &Ii well ns wit)) thf section he datiOl'1JDcntof lo-titf "hole Tickets $0. Halves >z<. Tenth. or each a> pan of the United tvtates. and also order payable in St.Johns rivers only five minute walk west from tile .* ; i
------- Coupon $5. Eleven Whole Tickets 5ooo. Great Britain,Switzerland and Germany.The Railroad IVpot. and commanding a fins view up and ,; '
descrild. The fcx.--iker'8 humor bul>- WHAT DO YOU THINK? METEOROLOGICAL RECORD. following are the rates of cummm>k>n i down the over and oldie surrounding country. ji .
..and r. si. Bass' Ale on draught. Call for II atJ. B ._IT-_. Address I 4
Havana Imported Ci. Observation taken at 7 A. x > ? 9 Imported Your is .f
Lied(nth osjioutiineou: ly, and appar- If)'W wish to get the genuine daily, by the Signal.Service U. S. Army, in this city For Tickets or inlbnna on address DOMESTIC MOSSY OBDEZS.On patronage scir a. GOODRICH..5. ., -

nil gars and Smoking Tobaccos, step in to LA FAVOKITA. E. BRAMLETTE,Agent and Manager.LouiivUle. TOGNI'S. at the Metropolitan Billiard Saloon. Jacksonville FlondW J
MI irrepreoMbly. Uiat the audience orders not exceeding f 10,5 cents.Over :
) ,-
It duti't make any difference which door. V,1U"iU ? f r1nd.. | f Ky. 3-:5-3" f io and not exceeding 'so, io cents. Or I..S.Scott, Vt. is-aa i iI

*ere troipii-d t<) &"!, many questions also find good domestic cigars. I-3O if Jan. ? 1 a 2 ? e ; For Ticket or information apply toBAER., Over J>o and not exceeding tf>.15 cents. I -aTalma

fur tlit fun of the thing," and this MRS. DR. CUSTAR. 1875. | t C l; ,=r ::r At P. Walter1* Cigar Snore. JACKSONVILLESALE Over Over Jto(30 and and not not exceeding exceeding $50 f 40,20, 25 cent cent**.. i and Peedee Jackets at BCCE..TS.1: !

tended tu pi\e to )Ir. lliclV an ;'g. I ; THE 1 1ff
sjieech .
Medical, Adviser fur Ladies and children, offers her I.i 3 C. i i : PUBLIC LIBRARY OF KENTUCKY. POKEIGN MONET,OHDEHS.On :1.S

airoC U-ing An exti aganra that den services to those who may be suffering from various Sat 23 9 3.:4 54 9J NE Fresh .00 ad'y AND LIVERYSTABLES ordeis not exceeding $.o,25 cents. SPORTSMEN : + it 11

ttd dixcascs and also gives special attention to the T Sua M y *-'S 56 93 SE lien'le ooo l"gy DEATH OP Gov. B.AMLETT1t-ACTlO" or THE Over fio and not exceeding $ao,50 cent*. TOURISTS 't II'
from and '
lllibtIJ' loive beauty SW Fresh Fair APPOINTED No MOMEPosrroxEMENTs ,
I tf a 3008 73 6J 1"avsTEa.-A SIXCE&SOB Over fjo and not exceeding'p, 75 cents. :.,
"f.'lut he mid. But it was a splendid. Residence corner Duval and Ijnsirccu.. ,. .1-10 '>" 9 30.16 (a 94 SW iGentle 0-03 :FJrMon. -DRAWING CEKTAIM FE.BUAKV27th. Over f 30 and not exceeding. (1.00. > -:1. .,
.'$7 3'U3 66"oa NE Fresh oax> O'dyI Over 140 and not exceeding $,o,*i 2$. Will find good board and othct accommodation a, 1"511 It
ef.1I't. and We I ,** *' N Fresh' 000O'dy of i. ADAMS, Postmaster. ?a-
met J.
mc-cess. STOP! MY FRIEND 5TOP1 .. IOIS S7 Fresh Fair At a meeting of the TrusteeS ol the Public Library > reasonable prices at -. .'
N 0.00 .
9JO.O 54 79 resolved that C. MBnggs JacbooytDe.January I, 1815. -
4011bt 6 1875, it was
LOWeer, if any nndiiion pu *irejiurt i- Don't squander your money. These are hard times Tue*,: 7 io,1 54 73 N Fruit 0'L1'dy; Kentucky., Esq Jan., who* undrr. the late Hon. Thos. E. Bramlettr JAMES M. FORD'S : : j.

ble iD a could have halt the force and if Grant is elected for a third term who knuw I 3o.y s8 ST N Fresh ooo d dy was the real business manager of the gift concerts C. B. McCLENNY P& .

'*the when the hard times will end. Geo. M. Smith the Barometer corrected. lot temperature and elevation. already given in aid of the Public Library of Kentucky, .\ NEW LOAN ROSEWOOD, PALMETTO STATION. ,(.4 I
original. fur be and he is hereby authorized to take the place made ,
has made provision .
Music Dealer on Hay street Cedaf'hi .
the death of said Bramlette.In the management PLAN. I.T. Co' R.. Rmilefrom ,
NEW W. *
vacant by that I have purchase ON A A. G & t'
Jlr. C. L. Uobin!on then, presanted a iltcx hard times and can sell you a Piano Forte or HOTEL ARRIVALS. of the affairs ul the fifth and Last gift concert and Notice fa given to the public STABLES. opposite K mctknetiI"' **. .! '., .
IIIoIt I1\QniliCrIl offer f aid the an Organ fur about .**-**(/ the usual price.n. that the drawing announced lor'February :17, 1875. the well-known HOTEL and have on hand ? .a fine place fee '
aw oh OPOU1'A
4> I CRAND NATIONAL-CPO. McGncLBT. Paopa. shall positively i and unequivocally iaks place on tnat the 3IE'I Invest your money at home_in the oa the borders of the cdc.aCdJ
_ _
d&tioD. ruade F. V Mdput '4| day without any further postponement or delay on any .. !: N a 1 j
} osee a CtanIcyaad wife. Miss A Manly, Mio M Mast,. whatever. R 4. IURItETT Pres. A VERY LARGE STOCK OF HORSES. AND :1' ,11' HAMMOCK '
*** York, hut with a deep i juterest per. STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING.A C Manley. N J; A H )Iundec. J V & M R R: G H. account JOHNS CAIx Secretary. MULES FOR SALE. FIRSTMORTGAGE LAND GRANT .. GULF 'tArj .
pedal meeting of the stockholders of.Jacksonville Hail Louisville: J Fnok,wife,child and nurse. BloomIntfoa. I lj
.*allj! and the Ill W G Fairchild Savannah; J M Bishop. Abounding in all kinds of game,and has not bees. J1'1' :
success ;
|Miuiiutiallytin will be fceld at the oftcecf will find It to .
( Gas Light Company \, San Mate..;Tho. J) Bon .Thc J Hunt. Mrs W H Hereafter all communication relating to the $h concert *. Those desiring to purchase and attractive ve PREMIUM BOONS. overrun by bunterS. 'U .
Rework t'fthe aswK-iation. Mr. Vose H. H. Hoeg. on Saturday;the 9jA daj- of Ja.., 187$. Taylor, Frank S Taylor, Boston; Ge. EGary, F W should be addressed to the undcnigned, and I Ipledge I > .. toexamine this unusually ako large receiving *. Those looking for
fr of transacting such business Perkins. N Y: J A Lancing. Nashville Tens: R M myself that the drawing-shall tome off February ,Stock,adapted to all usesI am !, vf
far the the
P fce at m.. purpose oif'Dr sale by
bcne\cr Now LANDS
i is in J p.
society aitDltion them. Whitney and daughter, Sam' ( orham. Brooklyn, N tTth or that every dollar paid tor tickets shall be re SUGAR ORANGE OR VEGETABLE ; .d
$ as may properly be brought before Y Frank F Sanucrs aad wife N J; G W \Vyl: MD turned. C M. BKIGGS. Agent and Manager. A COMPLETE OUTFIT OF : :
legally to receive it, to give to H. H. HOEC. :Wily Albert Wylly Savannah; W H Harrison Room 4 Public Library Buildins. Lou.vtlle. Ky "- ( GREAT SOUTHERN RAILWAY Will find it to theif taitrest to oke a look before Iocati i J.iI.

** Slat sK.iatioa U trustee, 10.000 Secretary Board of Directors. Newark: Ceo S Weoon and wife. Miss Weston. Miss 1-20 tmwjtswjl ? _l \ t.t PHAETONSAND tae elsewhere, as theOulf Hammock Land are undoubtedly
wife and BUGGIES; ; ; the RICHEST IN rLOKIllA. -'. atar
Stambrd Conn H E Haydoa.
E C Nicholas ; !
resor land to be held In trust to 1* FU.. Jail 32, 1875. 1-13 tdm child M Aazaard. Chicago: J W Bushell. Kankakee: ancf BUCKVS'. .. v [Consolidated oIaIl.nd txpress' train,.passing each war dMy.ialibeho .. ...:io
.ad Shoe'aeat. durable,at CARRIAGES .
H Boot OTHER. ..
Rock Island. Ill J ,
Wardswerth. 4
Mr ;
;'D P Mitchell win receive premium
UNO each to the ten lirst agricul. V- G B Deans Selma, Ala: Miss Donncll. MissCcpter 1 Every bond when redeemed a ii.twood,Levy Co.. Fla.. Dec. s.&l7+ ". ._.50.,U
Deans. ,
$ I : ; intmsi.C to the plan of redemption, 12-16 r/.asw
&DraJ C Mrs Ceo Tyler, Brookhne. Mass; John of the 1aleJ'.t la. in place of
biolC ation* j in the State. N ; OF )A TS. j: lotait
} O t Killer.Chas C Wellmin Savannah; A Kennedy, SALE in amounts of front .

rpou motion of Mr. Adams, the dona- Pittkburgh: Dr L N Moore, H S Dcrorest.Sanford VERY. SERVICE BOARD :
Iioe J" Chas 6- Fairbanks San f ran E P bhuke. New MameealogiaNewTor1Ck. FOR,. ,- to $25.000.or $50.000 PRIVATE :.
*u oA- !. .r / 1.00 JL i 1 .
fecei\Hl with thanks to the dotor PHOTOGRAPHS 1 Orleans: G A Mcbekti.NTandSavCor- N MPott. ; ; _, y* -
talumore-G A Godey. A R See- THE which wM be furnished .
114 M Gauh, Jr, "
select cuminittee was raised risidassI'5curesoraul4a4&a& : two chUdiao and want,tiarry Godey. Philadelphia On each. bond. AT HIGHLAND cr'lI'
geT .
to take the necessary measures, by in- WOOD"a Ou.- G A bouthatl;Va; R M Burford Lynchburg ARLIGNTON. BLUFF, ASSOCIATIONDecided '' AT. THE.. ,SHORTEST: NOTICE. Bonds redeemabje by tSix allotments oiiitmnds. 1' !_
CorJIoratioo or other*'iw. to enable the Ii Atlanta-Judge IK renletter and wile, Daniel to offer'at ., ...'. and,oo the 1 Six distribution premium*ia 1875. : Akwlaagerooaswihiust-Cla1hosz&' \bfJ3' I,

Dono'aa aad wife,Joba Darroh and wife Mrs Bau. PUBLIC SALE J.
ttJ jally to accept the trust. ll-t| i ; t T | Chas L'Wd X KamMy S M Tater am) wfcV/S W f .,. : MOST ,.REASONAPLE: TERMS tAppI,1o, iMILHAASCO.. -- FINE RIVER VIEW.
: '
tpon l'' an4 so* S \llliminpi'Wpa Amtttrquf aadJri.Columbn Financial Ageata p.
; :
IVunas .
million it that 1 1875 MAIL.. "
resolved I FEBRUARY,
was a J DShIK. S ON THE 17'OF ; DA1UC
1 L King ; 'IBro.dwayNewYorkC1ty.HAR.VET ;
staLe A DISCOUNT or TEN PER CENT." wile, .tbdelpbia : : a v-.7.i
FIlr, to be held qntt r2ireo Taltahaaace W Bradley, Job. Gordon, GKcu. Some of the lots on their nori wl Agent GRANGER GenT Agent vk: STEAMJ'ERR.
M. ,
Geo. J w .
1ioaa Wj( tie made to alt c+*k customers at JkooIr.I: J N 'Jayrant hi lA: S S Parker.1iuLsiflc ,Mr. G. M. BRITTA1N my Und the Suble \ t++,M
Clf the SUtC aniS. sad unices parues/0 II Wil5aesMooigomcry; Eo W OarIr.JrWashlnetOll .. I'ROPERTY and Manager.and will always be at .EDWAR.DSJA&aM: '
U 8oc5lltion' <">m' Store oa Pianos Organs be turned : G- ; I DESIRABLE ready attend to all buaines. .PP *'ni i K y"tabijaavnt. *- &.UnSet & TOUR TIMES DAILY AFTER,DEC. itt- # .UI ,
*** \ ) Uke'the ittrtlf rtfuu fttr/t it,la such cases it win U B. MO : .; t 1-9 tf ,\
Appointed to matter distribution WAVERLY HOUSE-J.J.COMPOBT.M. D. Psor.G.o.e Three mile* below Jacksonville. ) U-Ir/ ,'aortW
Lit among
hand .
IQ daar Into the City Treasurer', Sept. 16. 1&12. Address
I P Bright and wife. Rahawav. N J: C DShanly. Special Iaduceaena win be offered to purchasers wbc : C.B.HUSTED.stj I

tPCJQ the'poor.. swan***a-sswssssaM.Bss ssiaB> 1"30 S C: IS K Hoxendorf. Ceo HennrT Lee' will erect nouses.thereoa dunce the coming year. . L0rJIS' EMILE-. .MOURGEON. '
mflliQn< Ilon- B" F. Wardlaw Chr G flMaaeysiIdTsfr St LouUiTA B ;J JJeI' Further particulars will her EJven on the day of sale SALE. : ..Nicnelas.TbOniotlM > -

1114&t'- _i.. A. Carruth were roada hoo- I .NEVER SAW SUOI BEAUTIFULTHINGS Jersey, sad wife Albany; KIM Waring. Stamford; J H_ order. of the COMMITTED.. FOR *"" :, > .. Foreman oldie State Jacksonville. -. _t ?.*&*
BEFOREI Frisk and wife, mo.-llilt, ID; T SheOock,wife and 1"3 td. EXECUTIVE boat.I.pgth From Park France;lately 1I"5m.
I'1r ttewbers of the Rev E Wills. $ CtJ Ceo E A pretty white cedar Island Dyeing establishment, '. .f:';1.nt'1
State awociatioa, of taste OB examlniiuj child.Oucaao. weight betweca and 90 pouiic.
I* the edamjiosu4 persons Me Wm N YlohnCSyke Percale shim nice Bocky s. 11 bet .
)Ir. Hathaway. Gardiner, ; Boon I ,u &s&o. built
,. a. Fowler Introduced a reolw Asiatic RariuW the .OuneM wore on Bay B F Oltveroa Fla R.B Cotcord. Suitable fcr either one or two penona. LadckCJI' AND SCOURING'ESTABLISH-
those *. &t atClft : Jacksonville. Caa be seea at NEW DYEING. MELLONViLLE.IlOUSEe;. ,
to '
brought -
Lu W'\ between Lauo sad Fine.: .->9 rfNOTICE. Mrs J A DcGraf S&crliac IIi D,W Gayz r/TaUa aad just 1lanp'EJRNISIIED MENT ;
t for street, boat-borne.
tie of SALE.
My. h.ucia. s
pjem.y hassee S Bdden.and Han cS.Ct; A Pierce, FOR !
roD &ong, Eiq. late and] METROPOLITAN HOTEL-.J.BTocxi, Paopm. Ladies*and Gentlemen's; Wearing Apparel. '! ':'1 1, '
or San Jlateo WY.1LA. .
most BourUiinf sod RENT. :
A half Interest ia_of the pro. R ROOMS FOR Lace Curtains MELLONYILLE,.ORANGZ. ,. : f.-t.. l'
t114t'O Gendeaiea' U III Cork Tindall.J E Dixoa.Columbla :-
Shoemaker -
.i DUCKY wffl pie4ee4o*ell Clothing. P ; : Lace Shawls., I .
L Howcll.N Y; Thomas Johnson. Ir.O KeltsAKrl ductliraORA.NQE GROVES jr cleaned a.4.*yedlFORSYTH .1 ,, ., .'. t.
The rt Qtlon. derwear, Btaakcu Overcoat.Cloak \. Cover- : Ohiof W J Beaaetl MebeaviuelMr Good facilities for housekeeping.ff and other fiae fabrics meat carefully .' : .: : \ ..:1. f
were sustained in a *. W B Uadsar Location pleasant. between Ncwaan and Mar
and Fur Hat*.sad .jriadiof Wm STREET. ,! r..r EhT r..M_., S Joa
kS.TVVCkI VaEae*. Silk M C Philadelphia: IsquiisatUbnryo(. ? -t6-d 3n.s-lt:: .. ;
ord' :f trief reool] Urn C.D. BM C W In East Florida for particulanaTE ly Jot oci. ,p. Eo ketsugeis, : '
but.Llndljr ether lcs KM uaKrous 19 men** at ayry Hose V. H.A T ,0 to 338d riJ.U.i ". /_. ib t. %{ I '.
ani : t l''JMtf/( S* kereriy.. :; 2.,33m ,'"S >,". .. ....! ;, r- 1 1'I ..i hL "J' ., "to .
7 J. S, Adams, who called alien- Jri6f'. r'I t, .:.. ; a 11 : 1 f) :: ": _. : i.7ri .;. S 1 .,t'el'. ''c'0' i4 ,; -lr..Lj ,.1y: '' ttli 'tH' .. i 1
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:. ,;! [ Here woveh'lntb i is a hHd's, -: conceit very S 'prettily Chapin preach. The morning was I MISCELLANEOUS.. .. _ FLORIDA' SAVINGS 'BANK' '. 3CJSCIL1.\'ItotL.

I ;.11' ."'" ; a 'misery Thyme : warm and pleasant, and I donned my =; === === == L= .

t t' .11, THI KKW MOOH. summer suit. ,My of white AND REAL ESTATE iX UANQE. a4 -
!,t,, ; pants. were : .
k \, ; Dear mother oo'w pretty linen spotless; and 'and I wore S TT"LERSHE) Incorporated July 6th, 1874.] -
;" \ ',,: !!.tt.t. The nooq IuuI .. to-night, (pure, T : .- .- T HOLLAND,
; ; Sb.was never*o cunning before ; patent-leather shoes and white stock "IN LOVERIDOE'S'
I I' 10 I Arc II two o*h little;.rp and hum M* bright ings. I took my cane (I carried a nice ORANGE COUNTY IS THE BEST COUNTY IN FLORIDA.At JACKSOUvitur. FLA.,July 1St. 1874.' / WATCHMAKER AND
is hereby" given of the Incorporation of Tkt Florida. Sating Bank and.Rttl Eiiti Exck&Hft,
I i.
:) I hope hc'U not then butdo not find the need of NOTICE
t, grow any mON cane principal! place business in the city Jacksonville. JE.VELER,
., ': '.;s r?, III were thereWith one now) and set forth. There had the head of 'permanent navigation. High rolIin lands. Healthiest in The design of the,Florida Savings Bank Is to afford/ to those hd are desirous of saving their money themeans ,
t$ ) op of sa ely employing k at a good rate of interest,to bs I.-ed.under the direction of well-known citizens Comer Pine and
I ,
j' ,.... I'd rock In you It tiled and 'my. friends. been rain on the day before, and in Am rica.1 Lands to suit purchasers. AT HOM. in home securities of well-known value Bay Slit"JACXSONVILLE. ,

,, .i...'.' I'd sum the middle) you te j the gutters there was mud, but the BANK HoV'M.-The regular hour for transaction of business shall be f'Mm9 o'clock a. 3 o'clock. p.,m. 'LOaJDA:0 .
... l. And hold to both ends .daily except Sunday* and holidays;and on ha urdays until j o'clock p. m. -
) .. ti O,what bright Cradle 'twould; be. sidewalks and crossings were clean 100,000 ACRES VACANT Dsrosm.-Deposits will be entered i i.the books of the corporation add also i in a book to be given to the de -: :-
I ."t.' : and positor. This book will be evidence of his or her property, ?When moneys are withdrawn, this book must be
I :.( I would call to the stars dry.I brought to the Bank to have the payment entered. Depositors may take OCIt the money themselves or,In case New Jewelry Clocks
v., ;" v.' To get out of the way, had not gone far when a noisy of abMftC or sicknma, it will be paid to their order properly witnessed and accompanied by the book. Depos. Watch.I .
\ i ft Lest.e should rock over their toes; FREE \ its will be repaid al any time when called for when there Is a sufficient amount In the treasury nntavwMd; otherwise I ,Diamonds,Plated and
...t.., And their I would rock dog--a small, shaggy, unkempt cur- HOMESTEADS.. ,at the earliest: practicable period, in the order in which they may be called for. Solid! Gold .
: Till the dawn ol the day darted out from a door yard and barked INTEVEST.-Interest at the rate of seven and three-tenths per cent(or .cents per day'on f too)will be paid : and Silver
; .. N* And see where the pretty moon goes. annually! ,upon all deposits which shall have remained three months or more in the Bank to be added annually. Ware etc.
:. 'i..4 at me. Had I pursued my way to the principal of the Depositor. ,
I .. this, which we have carried in ACCOUNTS UNCALLED FOR.-Any account to which nothing shall be added and whIch shall have remained
unmindful of him he would in all It I li Cuter than other .
: our to these settling My new Country l la the United States. uncalled for for seven: yean shall cease to bear interest. .. -

", fit memory, many years, are probability, have very soon turned ACCOUNTS PAYABLE TO HEIKS.-if persons die.who' own money in this Savings Bank the money: will I be D1AI4OND PEARLS
.: to keep it combany : CHIEFLY' paid to their legal representatives.BANK : : AND P'U.
; ., back to his kennel but I barked at him NORTHERN PEOPLE C10U3 !STONES SET IN
The little stare the lambs ; -BOOKS.-Although the orfltusHrflrendeavor; by all possible mean,to prevent frauds yet .all pay. .,. FINE
are COLD.
\ menu 10 persons producing the bank-books shall be valid to discharge the
: The in return. I called him bad names payments corporation.
: ; !?. The large Mars ta are the the sheep; Bin all States and nations are represented here;'Churcbes. Schools. Mills; the belt'of ioderjr/.. Win.:B Attor, CHILPREN'S ENDOWMENTS,-Parents or guardians of minor children mar deposit money aa trustees for the ,
: rule moon Shepherdesshlccp and angrily: bade( him be gone ; but Hon. H, S.SanCord, Gen. Babcock; and hundred of such\. men are largely interested. Come and let us show benefit: vt such minors until they become of age.Interest upon which may be withdrawn annually added to -
.,. :" baby sleep I instead of being he followed you the beautiful country back a few miles from ih. St. Johns, fInd If you do not find it as represented we will the principal.: I S I"iJi''LlItrl;
-- gone me pay all expen!>Incurred by following this advice: The sharks and hungry land owners will take you.In!by SPECIAL ENDOWMENT PLAM.-Deposits in the Florida Savings Bank amounting u>{70 during each year for a Mnegrams MJ
, T :: WILL closely, and yelped nearer at my heels. diet about our county but don't let them know you want land,or they will besiege you and diagustyou with term often years will secure the depositor a cash payment of$ ,ooo at the end oC the term or proportionately Fancy Engraving done n
S. HAYS, the song-maker, Importunities. Come here first and you will not settle In any other county. Any person who takes pains to discourage -I on smaller or larger annual deposits. In case of inability' to Complete the ten annual payments, the depositor '. an IIrtis.a.lUr.
,:"' tells thisstory in the Louisville' Courier At length, in a fit of exasperation, I people from looking at this truly beautiful country must be either a bogus land-agent, and wants a commission can withdraw the amounts already paid in,upon g'ving three month notice together with the accrued interest .
turned and gave him a kick-a most ; a boarding-hou Vccper and wants pay for a few more meals; the owner of a worthless tract of land thereon. This plan,unlike ordinary life insurance,secures the depositor against forfeiture of previous payments .
Journal la the barber shop of the that be can't live on, and wants to swindle .ombod)'. a sore-head who has been....indled. nd lost all faith 1 or, and offers a safe and easy method of providing:a handsome endowment for It.future of parents,children,friend -
V : Hotel vigorous and vindictive kicksendinghim like! much the largest class lies because he can't do anything else. Don't take what you ace on the river as a or the depositor individually. Special deposits, not to be withdrawn for ten years will entitle the depositor to ,
t Metropolitan in this city he into the middle of the stteet and sample but come to me and I will show you Ihe most lovely country In Florida. My heart and IOUlare staked a certificate for double the amtunt cftk Jrfetitt,payable in ten ycIrs.1n favor of any person designated.: Standard time by Chronometer .
'i /, saw a tall rough-looking man leaning in this great enhl1% and these hURG' devils lie about me because I .m spoiling their tbriing buslllCSJ I LOANS.-All moneys received on deposit shall be invested in tint mortgages on.real.and personal ,' rated
I thence howling away homeward.I was the finot to call ttentjon to Orange county and have devoted eight years to Iu devclupment. 'have exam.lned this State of at least double the Value,or in other ample collateral securities.: by transit
' ,I .' against the wall. A dandy came in, more Florida than any other man living, and can tell you all about it. If you are not satisfied with Orange REAL ESTATE.-This corporation will act as trustees lor the purchase and sale of real estate or the renting ; obs rv tions.
: ',' took off his hat and coat and pursued my way like a conquerer. county you won't be anywhere el.e. All who,come'to me, are pleaded.end none but a cowardly, lying and management of estates: and property generally.
I.l ,
, : -:. coolly No cur like that should snap and snarlat thief who dares not meet me,will" say anything against me In my absence; but I can stand it better than my JAMES H. PAINE, SAM'L SPEARING JONATHAN C. CREELEY -
p-: o{ handed them to the stranger, whom enemies, and I can afford to do all 1 do in future rOK NEW SETTLERS entirely and absol itely President. Vicc.}>rosldent. Treasurer, .
with and I ,
: me impunity. By by < !
he mistook bra barber. The Stranger "' : Acsirr pus THR CILIIKATIO Bon,.
' !' 'J cast my eyes downward, and a woful FREE OF CHARGE. .. COVIVOISUB W ATCIt. AIfD
as coolly hung them and -
on a
peg, ,
I beheld. shoe and
fl j when sight My right ,
; the dandy said "Trim hair
:, ; my stocking, and the leg of those pants In our county GOOD BOARD can be obtained at FIVE DOLLARS PER WEEK. I own one of the REAL
'j he l pointed to a chair. The encircling finest bodies: of land in this connty and do this to call attention to the public land so that I may make a desira4- ESTATE -
f of the heck with towel and which had been so white and spotless, ble community around me,and enhance the value of my own land. well as that of my neighbors. And notwithstanding I K EARNEY'SFLUID
a half to the knee were smeared all the false reports, ORANGE COUNTY is the banner county to-day. Come and see me and I FOR SALE BY TUB -
: ..: the preliminary nourish of the shears way stop over night at least and get map and data. it will cost you nothing; I don't want your money: these ex. :
I I with the mud of the gutter. I was forced orbltant charges are damaging our lovely country and I will fight this business of skinning sungers while I can FLORIDA SAVINGS BANK AND REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE. EXTRACT
f ., '.. were barber like, but when the dandy strike a blow. Any person who ridicules: contradicts these statements can safely be t.skenas belonging: to one of
to homeward thus the
t' ) felt the hair being cropped close to return losing the classes described: : Don't be button-holed swindled by a confidence man,but come into our colony. All
l privilege I had much counted. upon. honest land dealers will corroborate what I say. A gentleman will not lie about any pan of our lovely State fora The"Allen" property one of the finest resideness in the State with vo acres of bad on the sleEt road one
1, I; ,. the scalp, he leaped from the chairand But the lesson has been useful paltry commission! of five per ctnu. I do not want your money; I never sell any.lands but my own but mile from the P .1 ran to the mirror. "What have a I barn &c. House has 19 rooms finHhcd throughout in the best maoaer. Double pianas. Will be sold at less
\. '. one. Since that day I have been than one-balfcost,on easy terms, to close an estate. .
:j t you done?" he shouted in demonstrative LAND, AND TREESTo A tract of 58 acres of land one mile northeast of the city, near the Moncricf Spnag shell road. Well located \The onrjr known remedy hr
: *j often sorely tempted to retort back. for buildiag lots or market! gardens. Price $i j 50 per acre.
wrath. uW dl, replied the plant, if will make The" Riverside House" Brooklyn, ten'minutes walk from the of the
and tasteful center One
city. of
you neat improvements. Remember we'will all acre ground,
"' upon snarling curs-curs four : pay your if we I
.::: stranger, still cool, "you said, cut it upon do nut prove our assertions. 1 am at home every day near EARNESTS STORE on the hanfurd expenses Avenue. fronting on the river. House contamt 18 room. in first-class: order. Price i iacIudMtg furniture, $soooo BRIGHT'S DISEASE
$ legs and two-but the i Several houses and lots well located in the ,
curs city Jacksonville.
.n : and I wasn't going to refuse a little upon resolve Enquire for ', 9"J<>otC
J I made that Sabbath
i : favor like that, nor make a hal f-way upon morning JOHN A. MACDONALD AndaositivcieaectyLq
: .; job of it nether.! years usually restrained 4 COMPANY'S: CELEBRATED

; t me-a resolve never again to 191m MELLONVILLE. GOUT, GRAVEL. STRICTURES

: ". '. : I'' turn from ,my path to kick a dirty dog. ; : 1 ; DIABETES ,
i veryremarkablefacts concern S. SILK TWIST. ", '. ,
C. -
.1't 'j. I ing the great increase in crime ofT JR. 'D. GREENLEAF\ ., NERVOUS DEBILITY .

':";' '\' all grades are furnished, by statistics This company now having in'full operation at Newark,New Jersey the largest SILL WORKS in the .- DROPSY
I; ": '\91, prepared under the supervision of FURNITURE 'i world propose furnish a superior article of Silk Twist .
. : : ::1....: : NON-RETENTION. OR INCOXTIN:" :\CK OF
.t It' charitable societies. In the report of AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. ;, ,' URINE, IRR11 AT ION..I INFLA.M,VTION.
t I ; ,,1 the New York State: Board an instance WAREROOMS JEw.ELER.; OR ULCERATION OF 1HE

l -t .: } of more than usual significance is given FURNITURE For the convenience of the public this celebrated Twist is, ": : : .

2 : : ;.. It .. \ '' BLADDER AND KIDNEYS..
seventy ,
t, '. ". years _. ", .. ;._ : _
, ; ago a young girl named Margaret, I cannot understand how you can sell goods so much cheaper than we, can buy at home is an expression The finest quality being thereby offered on .
spoolsjn quantities: SPERMATORRIIIEA.Leucorrhoja
; ,f I through the crime or misfortune of DAVIS & DREW. heard daily at GRtENLEAK'b Jewelry Store. The an wei is this: He buys directly of the .

f; ,, 1 others, was set adrift on the world. FROM FIFTY YARDS UPWARDS. ;
There or Whites Diseases of the 'nna,.,
t :I .", was no almshouse in the county MANUFACTURERSThereby The above unequaled twist is manufactured especially for the u t but she was an object of occasional for different machines through the untry arc luing this twist in large quantities,and as ,' dust Deposit: and Mucus or Iiiiy bbares
: (:; outdoor relief, but never educated' SUITS. saving one profit and ttlb at a sma'l advance above cot. There i.i not a jewelry store North oi South SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS ...

; ( or kindly sheltered in a home. From where goods of the same quality are sold at as low prices as at Greenleaf's, where is now being opened an immense ,
are offered to the trade, all those about to purchase wilt do well send for
: : stock of goods usually kept in a first-class jewelry establishment. All are invited to call and compare to our price list. KEARNEY'SEXTRACT
q, her there have been over nine hun prices. Greenleafs transit time is acknowledged( to be the standard. Observations taken daily with Blisses 1 unproved i
4. ', .5 Transit-the only transit in the State. Chronometers '
dred descendants repaired and rated.
, t of whom two hun MOSQUITO BARS & FIXTURES '

I i. I '' dred have been criminals, and a great THE BUCHU
The Best of SINGER -
number of the! Employed, and SATISFACTION .
: ; ./ Permanently cute*aU Piica cx tS$*
beciles drunkards
lunatics, paupers, ,
': ;\ and prostitutes. In one generation of Pa S uits.rlor DAVIS & DREW, Suits. GUARANTEED.All BLADDER. KIDNEYS. AND DROPSI.

.,1, her unhappy line there were Parlor' Chambe I CAL h\VEUJNS.(
.. twenty S uits. comer.of Suits. Kinds of Jewelry Manufactured. f
; of these three died in infancy Parlor
I ." 1 and seventeen survived Suits. BAY AND LAURA STREETS Chamber Suits. Monograms Cut and} Engraved on Stone, Gold and Silver. > .1 I f :!.,>. ':' I 1.listing in Ben,women and childrca.,
matur Parlor : .4
\ Chamb Endless TOYS and
I variety GIFTS. .JI -
: ': ity; of the seventeen, nine served in Suits. JACKSONVILLE. FLA. Suits I NO MATTER WHAT THE AGE!
: .
J i : : 12-s .
States' ins j 3m ,,' ,, ,
pri an aggreate: of fifty ,

'1:1;::1 years for high crimes while the others --- H. ; : : :. .. .1- ,. Prof. Steel says] "One -.We of Keara.v't fluij
.v I J. NORTON. S. H. KOOKER. Extract Buchu is worth mote ihaa ajl l
QUIdcombinecJ. fcucaus
were frequent inmates of jails work Attorney Law and Notary Public. : ." '
'f"( ,.;,, ..; houses, and almshoubts. This record EXAMINE OUR LARGE STOCK. g .

!t! ,. : furnishes a lesson that should NORTON & KOOKER. Dollars.Price One Dollar per Bottle or Six Battles for IVf
be -
not .' ._-. --. -, -_... -- ,. ,
; I :; forgotten by parents: and guardians of DEALERS

the '. ; ." ., DEPOT 104. DUANE ST.. JfEVf YOU
youth, civil authorities, and the .
' r .. i' particefs triminis in such initiatory offenses w loi .101 101 1 J j A Pbyxician: in attendance to answer correspondent
,.1. and advice
: ft give gratis.
," against good morals. This case .IOI 101 OF ALL KINDS.
appears to verify the practical truth oftheInspired .101 101 ilaySt.' lul i/.* Q-oSIUtD nAil? vow .AItPHLr1S-nu.-'i\

.t Word, which says the 101 :JAcESUNVILLS*LA. .:. 101 ... GENERAL INSURANCE AGENTS, representing the following companies ,,AGAIN TRIUMPHANT.. -
" l ; : sins of lit. 101 l
: the
f parents shall be visited on 101 loi : ..

'; 'fj the children to the third generation. 101 101 . 1"101! FRANKLIN OF PHILADELPHIA. With combined assets: of over 133.254 MAJORITY* T O THE.;


\ 'i' ?c We areso in the habit of modestly 101 101 101 101 MANHATTAN, OF NEW YORK } 87 000 000 STATISTICS OF SWORN SALES FOR 1873 : .. NERVOUS AND DEBILITATEDOF

:' considering ourselves the youngest of 010101010 D&D 0101010101lUlooooooooouuoooooooocol PENN OF PHILADELPHIA, \.

: ..:: ; peoples that we continually forget it lOloo I IJAVts> &.PHEW, uolOllOlOlooooooooooonoooooouoolOl 01 LOANING MONEY ON REAL ESTATE AND CQNVEYANCING Companies. Sold in 1873. Companies. Sold in Ian BOTh SEXES.NO : .

; is a fault which we are every day out A THE SINGER-____-=-__ 232.444 American, B. H._______. 14,183 CHARGE FOR ADVICE AND COXSVU:"

t ::.; growing. We have some towns which 101 lOlouoo FUBMTVRK oooolOl SPECIALTY.We Whoe'erVilson .______ 119.180 B& Howe.__-._____.... 1),4'9 1'A'I10 I

" .. could claim anywhere the honor due 101 101 01ouooouonuocxuooouoooot0I lOlooo WARKHOU&I ooolol give below a few of the many choice places for sale by u? : DomClltic______ ,---, -, 40.114 Remington Empire ..-.....-__ 9.183
Grovcr& HaV -<-.________
: 101 lOlooooooooootoooooooooolOl 86.179 Vlor .v._______ 8
r -T J to respectable maturity, and one ofthese *101 11:111101010: &IJ 0101010101 No. 73.Hotel Two-story house on Ashley street near St. No. 105. Dunlawton Plantation: on Halifax river, Weed.---_________ 21,60 Davis_______ _s-__ DK. J. B. DYOTT, graduate of Jet&non Hedica
James pleasantly situated, in one of the best miles north of 8.861 College Philadelphia author works
seven Mosquito inlet Port of several valuable ,
If : 10J 101 101 101 at Orange
I Weymouth Massachusetts, recently 101] 101 101 101 the city; house is new,with six rooms, i,roo acres, 1,150 acres rich hammock I lying one mile; Wilson. ___ -___ ....____ ai.147 Victor .?______ 7,446 can be consulted on all diseases, of the Sexual at Una. ,
I celebrated the Tw' Hundred 101 101 101 mi( plenty of closets fence and good servants room; lot SM* from river: 50 acres high,shell land, immediately on howe -...-_.__._.___ No returns BIecs.__-___...______ 3.453 ary I rgans. (which he has mode an CSKSB: aWLI)v) ,
j : ifg feet, good good sidewalk, and the street the river bank having front( of about fourth mile Gold Medol. either in male or female no matter font. at came or.tgiiuting '
;, and Fiftieth 101 101 101 101 : one ,, __...____ '6. Secor._.___, : __._._ .
of its shelled in bearing fine lot of 43i
anniversary settle. : grapes : a with frame .ii.jii "- 3.43"Wilcox or of how of
101 101 loa 101 young orangetrees large, tWO'l tor) house. 18 rooms, neerly huts siauting. A practice 34years
:\ 4..t ',: :i.. ment. Col. Charles Francis _...101 i 101 .101 101 ; flowers and shade trees growing thriftily; good: finished; house commands view of the river and oceanand &Gibbs..________ tS,83i JEtna.J. E, Kramesdorf: _.. ....___ 3.081 enables bin to treat drieasts with success. Lure
Adams well, with pump on back porch which is covered with is surrounded with guaranteed
' : 101 101 large, bearing: orange Charge* reasonable. Those at a distaste
\ 1 ; jr., made an admirable address on the 101 101 flowering vines. Will be sold cheap some 75 to 100 in number: good well, and a treOS'1 OUR NEW can: forward letter dcscrihiag S)mptom )lid'Trl""t
: ':, occasion giving 101 101 N. B. To capitalists "desiring a big thing," there that holds 1,300 gallons in yard: thoroughly FAMILY MACHINE sump to pay postage
1 an interesting history 101 101 I is a 'fine opening in Springfield; a few thousand dollars and drained; canal from suxar-house running to the
; ; i of the place. In his introduction he .....101 _.101 will' go great way just now. For particulars enquire river fur transportation of'crop; immente quantities of Embodies New and Essential P.inciples-SiJpliciIY Construction: Ease of Operation; Uniformity of Precise Send lor the GuiJe; to J.I/". Price lOCo :
f' I referred to the town's of Norton& Kooker! ,corner Ocean and Bay streets. wild orange tries on the place; the soil! is similai to the Action at any Speed: Capacity! Range and Variety of Work, Fine or eoan-
-. contemporics, No. 74. A HANDSOME RESIDENCE FOR ALIt-SIX best sugar lands of Cuba to which it is fully equal;; LEAVING: ALL RIVALS BEHIND IT. B. DYOTT M. D.
: 1hia J.
placing it in worshipful company. l targe rooms and kitchen,double bay window on the limestone is abundant. place is really one of the ,. ,
;;: '. "When the first west,large double parlors double piazta on the south, choicest fore the places in Honda and was known as such be Physician and Surgeon 104 Duane 5t. N.Y.
European he said war.
: ,,p THE FINEST AND BEST SELECTED commanding one of the finest views in Jacksonville; TEST THE SINGER BEFORE PURCHASING ANY OTHER. ,
: "made his home in old Spain-when windows filled with four lights(4O-inch glas and nung N. B. Do you want a snug winter' home, with
1 1 f. ; the earliest rude hut IN THE SOUTH. with cords and weights on pulleys and reaching to the orange trees and flowers in lurid..T You can get a TERMS EASY-PAYMENTS LIGHT. Trunks and vatiso at Buckv's. ,
: was framed on floor, with blinds: all casings are finished with mould. a beautiful lot, 70x156 feet, in Springfield: high and
'1 yonder north shore of Phillips' Creek i ing and oiled and varnished, making a beautiful finish; healthful,and within ten minutes walk'of the post-office, '
l ceilings high, wall stairs, double on which to make it, for $,35. For particulars enquire ORRIS A. DZIALYNSKI
: -the modern world in which we live glass, front doors mortice lock on every door in house; of Norton & Kooker. Besides the"WORLD'S FAVORITE we keep constantly land a large supply of M ,
:t was just Parlor RICH. PLAIN, a: amber china closet, store-room,plenty of clothes-presses,bath.
I i assuming shape. Few now Suit*. Suits. room; hip roof,' with cupola from which a charming No. 119. A tract pf88 acres; 60 acres cleared: ham- CLARK'S O. N. T.SPOOL COTTON Ii>ur spools for twent-five cents.
realize how little of that which makes Parlor -nd Chamber view is to be had of the city, the river and surrounding irockland: fine front St.Jobn river; two miles: west SINGERS STANDARD MACHINE TWIST from AUCTIONEERAND
- Suits. Suits. country ; three lots, making 157x109 feet; good well: of Jackson le. This is one of the most desirable nyc, twenty-five cents u ll.izes and colon
up the vast accumulating! store of hu Parlor Chrmbc r young shade trees: started; half mile from postoffice.ronti in the vicinity of Jacksonville. win be divided ACME MACHINE TWIST too yard spools,a for 35 cents; 50 yard spools 3 /for 15 cents.
: : man which .. SUBSTANTIAL : For sale at a bargain.No. if desired. SINGER' LINEN AND FLAX
possessions we have inher Sui&& SUits THREADS OILS. NEEDLES &:c.. &C. .
t : ited from fathers Parlor Chamber 96. A large two'story house with ten large No. 146. Six acres on Arlington river,adjoining the COMMISSION MERCHANT
,: our -which to us is 1 Suits. FURNITURE. Suits rooms; thoroughly Ixilt; ,and finished In first-rate..1)'lefloricb Home,containing the old vineyard. For:sale
I II the air we breatlie-hart then exis, with twelve feet ceilings; one acre of ground covered at a barga'n. : -
,. with fruit trees and flowers; pleasantly located; within The ...-All kind of merchandise received oa co..1poment )
tence. The Reformation was then five minutes-walk of the railroad: : depot. Price'roooo; No. 147. METROPOLITAN; HOTEL.-This hotel i is Singer Manufacturing and sold at auction. private sale.
t young-Luther and Calvin and Erasmus J4,soo down,balance on long time if desired.No. centrally located,built of the best French brick, and l la I. -

I were men of yesterday; the life We are prepared to offer our stock at Melonviile.. 99.. 400 Price acres f in Orange acre.: county; one mile from terms first-class apply: to house Norton in &every Kooker.respect. For prices and I No. 172 BROUGI1TON ST., SAVANNAH, GA. Every description of goods entrusted tome for sale
> 5 per will
be of
r. disposed it
I.- and-death struggle with Catholicism remarkably low prices : C A.. VOSBURGH, Manager.

still tortured Eastern Europe. The Call on or write to us,and state your wants: GEORGE W.FAZIEKt..Agent, BEST FIGURE POSSIBLEto

: ,
: Thirty Years' War in _
Germany 47Visitors welcome. Latest ,
wa always : paper on file. >:Ii, '
8-1960 the
owner, and and Idc.
: -::0DAVIS :- prompt accurate returns 1II<
just commenced, and the youthful r -
IN ,
.5 Gustavus Adolphus had yet to win his ,PALMETTO BLOCK.
.. The blood & DREW, JNO. W. HOWELL. ,
spurs.I oi Saint Bartholn 5-27.sw3m: I ( < Jacksonville..
mew was but half old and ; : A. K. .
S I : the murder of Henry IV. was as near DEALERS IN HUSSEY & HOWELL : p\EPOT LUMBER YA p.

: to the men of 1622 as is that of Abra : SUCCESSOR; TO J. H. CROWELL. :. .


dinal.Duke was then _
organizing modern NUT and WIU. FIND, A
France SHOES :
; Charles 1. had not
ascended the English throne ; Hamp- JACKSONVILLE. FLA. ,,, I '
F young country gentlemanand -- ti
---- --- .
Cromwell (! '
was an unpretending COFFINS AND UNDERTAKERS : '

English squire. While men still be I ;. .- .. .' = A TINE, ShINGLES,
of New
assortment York
lieved that the sun moved round the E T A L I. 1 C'BURIAL and Philadelphia fine LJ- -- CHEAP FOR 'CASH AT

. earth, GalJleo and Kepler were gradually 'M' CASES! Goods always on hand. ,,I. THE DEPOT LUMBER YARD.
5 ascertaining those laws which AND Sole agents in Jacksonville for Samuel Dunbar "& Co.' ; : delivered
Lumber in all of the city and vicinity
guide the planets in their paths ]; WOOD COFFINS; Misses' and Children's Fine Shoes. S DEALER 1 N- and at all landings on the parts nv r.. at low rues All*-
Bacon was his den receive prompt
meditating philosophy, Goods sent by mail or to all (f the.State attention.LOUIS J. BRUSH
Quixote was a newly-published .' 'it express parts o BOOTS SHOES LEATHER :T..d'I/,, f.A.,6.1874,
1: work with a local .{ .... I'Il..>... "" -' ,
reputation ; and' Bay Street near Laura Jacksonville FI"LIVF.RV '
E Milton not ----- -- .. '. Per Day at home. Terms hee.
yet a Cambridge tension ;;t $5-$20 & Co.,
:I er, was making his' first essays a. ...of.. : ii : SALE AND FEED STABLES S AND FINDINGS."Percival's Portland. Maine.

verse. Shakespeare had died but six ___ WILCQ .'S _

years before, and indeeed the firs i ... NOTICE.
4. edition .of his plays did not OF ALL SIZES AND QUALITIES! I FRUIT AND VEGETABLE STORE .. a
I apnea ,Stamp"' Hand Boots '.( ''I'! -' ?. *n 00 All persoca are hereby notified not to credit HanetE.
I until the very year in which Wcy r. LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S ROBES. Oi BAY STREET near WASHINGTON. Burt: & ,Mears'i: arch on my account, she having left by bed and
I : Sit oo ; ; .
mouth was'settled." EMBALMING DONE WHEN REQUIRED.ALSO .' ,J.,T. LYNCH.Jacksonville. ,
Philadelphia and Baltimore u. '< .Dec.2). w+t
Families 10 00
supplied Market .
S : at regular rate Vienna Medal { ..
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t cable sewed .. 8

-, Never Kick a Dirty Dog. MARBLE AND MARBLEIZED ; ,Also ,- .". : Percival's Stamp Hand Congress'f- .. _' J '" 8 so 50' W' H. SHERMAN .

1r; It was years ago. and I was SLATE MANTELS. ; STALL-IN1TIIE MAREET. I Burl '&> Meats'i', J :_ '.,-,_ 8 |on D DECORATOR
L I in East Boston. I was young then SLATE HEARTHS &C., The best and most stylish livery teams 'I In the city I Ir Philadelphia u. _, .1.1 ,'*-? "**."'. ,.' :_, .. jBVJ ; I INTERIOR: : ';

and.vigorous and proud in : MANUFACTURED TO ORDER can be found at the Sjjblp\ of the u undersigned near the r,the &ccOmir.JdatIonoup-tOwfl: customers ..Medal ; ( < 7 ;; AND
! my open Florida Home,corwr of Cedar and Forsyth Streets yienna .cable sewed :,:. :::,;:.. ;...: ; ::*" '.-K ra-. '..' r hlW" t,-UPH )STERER,
f 1t .11. ,. .H. _
: ing manhood; One Sabbath rooming' AND FOR SALE BY Horses boarded and well. ,cared for on reasonable GAME' AND : ] ) '

t. pIt in June I had, planned to go over op CALVIN OAK, term Strong. teams"for haulingJacbiouvtIJe purposes always on hand. PRESSEDCHICKENS. ,, < --*" 'GOOD- ,,- SENT -BY MAIL 'AND-EXPRESS' "" L ;", COR.. .*LAURA* ..0 AND> '., CHURCH. STREETS., : ..'
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the "c and hear Fonyth Street,between Laura and Hogans.Jacksonville. w. H.AVERY. To all :
ty proper" E. H, 1 parts of the Sute. .
tw197 .FfOI4d*. FU., May jn, 1174. tf -2 31fl '. AT THE OLD STAND. COR. DAY and OCEAN STS. : a
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