The new South
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079941/00051
 Material Information
Title: The new South
Uniform Title: New South (Jacksonville, Fla. 1874 Semiweekly)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 61 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Adams, Carruth & Co.
Place of Publication: Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: March 3, 1875
Frequency: semiweekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in Apr. 1874; ceased in 1875?
General Note: "Wise men accept the inevitable, but strive to shape the future."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 33 (July 15, 1874).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002042985
oclc - 12368935
notis - AKN0866
lccn - sn 85038367
System ID: UF00079941:00051
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Related Items: New South (Jacksonville, Fla. : 1874 : Weekly)

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THE NEW SOUTH. trees, and full-grown chestnuts, with and the pupils.. So long as' 'that" exists PROFESSIONAL. CARpS, ftc.: GROCERIES:AND PROVISioNS.-; MISCELLANEOUS --
lusiocus strawberries at their feet. some of them think ..
tha't'theycan- ..
lLVftED 'SATURDAY. The olives and pomegranates see' t clear' to 'assist "the M.EDICINE.l.. SURGERY MIDWIFERY.. : 'ciAi'
grow ,
pot e'f".ay' : .. I & ;- ; .'SCONSOLIDATED
without cultivation, and the sandy university., SVKGON.MAJO EVER1TT M. D.,Fdlow of the JOHN BROCK -
TERMS SUBSCRIPTION: Royal CofleteoSureossi&roiuted; Doctor of Med :.. J
mail subscribers,f)50 per annum shore nourishes the superb umbrella Now it is evident! that the relations icine.: nd P IlOlOph,..Uceadxeof MkMferr and i, FORWARDINGCOMMISSION
SIIII"FK' Pleh. <3,bach; and an extra copy pine, often reproduced painters in between the teachers aDd' students Diseases of Women and Children.LiccntiMa of the C. L. MATHER. FRANK E. UTTLK.C.L. .r.=. i .-J:
< .If more .. UlllmsitieS of London Edinburgh.St.Andrew .
Fv ...... club' often received at one time. and ,131D -
.I be .cnt h'e\ ) their pictures Roman subjects. It be : LouUiana. '
vu familiar.
cannot unduly "The dis-
.. subfortbers. f 1 per annum. Tenwsgi" RIVER LINE. .
mail' .
,1.15 .' l'.cmy copie. |iA; Fifty cop- is not: surprising then that a sea so cipline to which the committee has Chief Formerly with E.aad Oodetric. Baronet of Surgeon-fa. MERCHANT .
copicl: r1' injUnd, MATHER
lCIfl': tranquil and a shore so fruitful should pointed is good proof that'tie instruc-: and SIIfIeOD- Infantry of America. CO.,

R.4 TES it Anther of the Monadic Practice of Medicine and Sor- AN9, DEALER, IN '
AIH'EGTJSI..C : attract to the men of wealth and tors know how to obtain a proper dig- gery-A HXW PHILOSOPHIC nucncs that Uvariably"- NEW ARRANGEMENT. '';

SIIiI WEFKL,11 00 per inch or. lew.first Insertion: science from alt parts of the Old : nity. ''The gravamen oftheir 'offenseis cues life and health from death and the grave. Attested. ...1lOCJRIEP. OVlS10NS, ,GRAIN. :
in.cnlon. steamers this
by'rwzermas practice la Europe and America. 11afcoluteJy comprising BMwillleav
.acb !Joequenl I..S.P"Inch or le*"'first Insertion: each I World. The nobleman builds his villa we 1 belive, that they eat at the same cures all kinds of disease\ known.to tnea,or HAY SEGARS. .&:.. 1 .JtcksonvUledaJlyatoa. _. b Pagk*and.

*:'m t..en.on.T5cenU' among the'pines of Cannes, and table with the students. ''The Phari- usual to UK more highly' ..orf anued woman,to whom ''Sole Agents for Florida for intermediate landings,as follows: .
.ubocquen especial Is devoted and to the -
care ; removal of all fa-" '
.'.V.,1i.r',SO CCPt, pfIflC.TesM' << maintains his yacht in the male obstructions and from whatever _. : FLORENCE. ;
5dtM ocean at sees objected to Christ because he ate ; pains ca 'STATIONERS . .
and .
Paint 1
: CA H $ Letters ns wend; and orders left at the Surgical Ot
1)AMSCARRUTU & CO. the foot of his garden, and from the with publicans'and sinners. The fice respected. Payment, according to mutual agreement From Shipyard Wharf oa Sundays.
A4drCS lacbun..ille. Florlia.ThC the other he and all honorably returned White's Patent Money Drawer Tuesday. Wednesdays and Fridays
one wh
or can see or reach Georgians object to'these followers of good resumes follow moneys a due counc of Monadic Treatment.n no r .' Touching Railroad dock., r .'

manypoints of curious ancient and Christ that theyeat with negroes. If Office howikw Ladies from IOL iii.to.p ...: lor Co, 4gentfbr..' I ANDJACKSONVILLE STARLIGHT; I 1' '
Deference modern history. Yonder is St. Marguerite they ,would only "refrain from 'that, framed tienien for from Inspection.a to6 p. m.,AU dail wisits)'. Degrees aadcemmiuucatk and Diplomas>os .. STEAMER- .BAKER.AJ.D .' .. .. '.', .. N From Railroad Wharf. M_; ;

,, Men l loose their ships, the eager things \ which ..on the Isle de Lerinsr from probablytheipiyersitywould.get; the Mowsc hedsacred.y Hus.,'It.a 5irc an4M.dic1,IMUIWIICe oaice Ofiice.N0Ir6(mating andy ., "......;4 ,.., :; ., ..-.!..olusI,: ...."-* :; Books ller :."' '':; -'Sc andThursdaxs.HATTiE .' '., 1'.rK." _'-

To try their luck at sea, Bazaine .escaped a fw months appropriation! Bay corner.of Laur* IInet. Residence! ; 'Wa-tcrlJ '\ ., .
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tell by note or count. ago close by'IEe WeI tonofar House.corner oCCcdar..d Fofirth ilL,Jacksonville, -
But none can ; ? This'objection cannot, however, be Honda. Van BruBj,&,Bro's, Line Sailing Packets From Shipyard Wharf
there may be. tfT17M. .. 1 on Saturdays .
How many south one of the! great historic sites of the disposed of quite as easily as t the other J> and Saturday,touching. at Railroad .
One turneih east; another world, the starting point of European & ARTHUR BIRNEY, FROM NEW.YORJC. dock. u ,. ..
again It is strange that the Governor and .
They monasticism-while all the tw3 Bay Street, .' ,.
And then we know they must have sunk, along coast the Legislature of Georgia should fail -iB Jicksonrine I Jlorida.WILLSON : ";

Hue! neither how ot a hen. he can follow with his glass or his to see that the results which they ATTORNEYS, For Enterprise and intermediate landings: .-

God end bi. nappy birds abroad- I yacht the ancient abbey, the modern praise in thework Atlanta Univer- 4 #. STREETNO.. 330, : & WHITLOCK. HAVE-JUST REMOVED. TO THEIR 'NEW. STARLIGHT,Thursdays ; from.RaOroad wb-arfon Monday and.. *'
-Ibt 're less than! ships"say we; fort, the luxurious seaside resort. I .to.Tbos. A.WiUson.ALMS '
) been HATTIE. from wharf Tuesdays'and
have the
sity obtained, by very AND COMMODIOUS STORE ON on .
nt pae*>" }'e lnow look forward the when assistedby WASHINGTON CITY. Saturdays. ...
K" mom. to day methods which and IN
H>.' man) tlicrr should It.One theydeprecate, Returning; !leave Patarka daily (Sundays excepted)
under the influ-
buiUeth high another low. joint never could be obtained jn any other J N. BETTES, GRAIN. FLOUR, AND FEED BAY STREET, NEAR LAURA, and Enterprise'on Monday. Tuesday Thursday and 4
and .
ences of science and the Government, Friday morniag*
With ju" bird's light, care- way. Because the teachers of this i
doth Ml, the beautiful State of Florida in PHYSICIAN Manufacturer of Freights received. daily at eir respective ware. U;
11 onl) one,perchance my school respect their pupils, and manifest !- AND SURGEON, WHERE WILL BE FOUNDA houses. BROCK.. '

GuJ knoweth when and where. own country, may become a winter this respect in all their intercourse CORN MEAL, HOMINY CRACKED Agent Hard and florence -
Fla. -
C.M.DAVIS.ttiS -
\KounJ Tatle.Col Jaduonrnte. ,
resort as famous as that of Cannes. with them the learn Starlight
pupils to respect OrncK-Opposite Ocean House,corset of Adams CORN, RYE MEAL, GRAHAM Agent ., t "4
The latter is 27 hours from Paris and themselves and to behave themselveslike and Ocean streets. 6-7-601 tARGER. ASSORTMENT -

Forney's Letters. 34 hours from London, but you can gentlemen and ladies. That FLOUR,CRACKED WHEAT&c. NEW YORK AND ';-j jS

j CANNES, Feb. i, 1875.If not reach it from the British capital measure of "social equality" which w R. ANNO, or :1.2FERNANDINA.t"
some of the statistics!: of Lyonsand without crossing the stormy Channel, prevails in this institution in the indispensable ATTORNEY.AT.LAW STATIONERS' SUPPLIES,

Marseilles ari remarkable! ; if in and the means approach from Paris, condition of the civilizing TO ORDER. _

the former there are J oooo silk manufactories delightfulias they are, are not more so work which the institution is doing. Office.. Reed'* Block. Bay Street.SacktonriUt. Wood Sawed, Split, and Deliveredby ..:,\-

looms than the comfortable THAN IS TO BE FOUND IN STEAMSHIP LINE. i.i ,
employing 70,000 transportationfrom Good morals and good manners are ,Fi nd.. .. .,.-,,
supporting 140,000 persons, producing Philadelphia to Jacksonville. not learned out of books or from lec- Cord or Loath '

annually to nearly Florida boasts a Mediterranean in her H. A. rATTUON. A. a. MI1K. : '' j
goods equal tures ; they are impressed upon the Rout'mock Bay Street.opposite our Mill and Whar ANY OTHER HOUSE IN FLOR: f'"

$100,000,000, and consuming yearly St. John's river ; her climate and her life by association with upright and & MEEK, : IDA ,, f. ---i" '
of silk if Mar- productions those of Northern PATTISON JACKSONVILLE.FLA.T. FERNANDINAFLA.Octobcvsa3 .
2 000,000 pounds raw are well-bred men and women. It is the i

seilles turns out 60,000 tons of soap Italy, and nothing but time is neededto power of the living example, an:1 this ATTORNEY -AT-LA\V. Witsois66 w. A.WHITLOCK --s--

of oil make her all that Cannes and Nice AT PRICES COMPETING NORTH POINT, ,'
and 40,000 tons a year, employ alone, that builds character and molds WTTH PRICES .

7,000 men in manufacturing are to-day. These latter-are the growthof behavior. Offictf. ReQua'bunding. JacboaviDe"FIa.P. RAILROADS. CHARGED FOR GOODS OF THE SAME Capt. SMITH. '" ,'' .,

steam engines, makes: 50,000 fur caps centuries, while Florida was only '
Probably the teachers: at Atlanta E. DESCRIPTION IN NORTHERN CITIES.
annually and )points to many other acquired from Spain within the last JACKSONVILLE VICKSBURG !
will continue to treat their pupils with CO. .
great productive establishments I fifty or sixty years, and has but recently respect, even if they are compelled to HOMEOPATHICPHYSICIAN Capt.RUDOLF. '.
from its been into the full GtHFR SuraKIMTCNDEirr'S OrPIO.\ ,
these riches apart vast commercial baptized appre- AND SURGEON. J
do without the legislative subsidy. TALLAHASSU,December 19,1874.) WE.INVITE
ojnilenre-who shall 1 collate ciation of constitutional liberty.- These steamers sail from New York Pier_.North '
On and after
SUNDAY. DEC. 1874, PasscB-
Black from these Southern to
pupils Office in Mitchell's new building north side of THE ATTENTION OF River ,and from Femandina Railroad _"'
the statistics of the wine and oil and Philadelphia Press. Bay get trains on this road will run as follows: every Saturday t-
street, between Newnan and
schools are invited in England to the Market streets, nearly Wbanlavery; ,;
other astonishing products of the valley S opposite the Post Office. Iggtl DAY PASSENGER Daily Sundays exceptetL.A. .us..
tables of the breakfast '
nobility they
lung between the great Mediterranean The Appropriation for a Georgia Colored Leave ..A. .M. .... M. CITY AND COUNTRY DEALERS. FRIDAY. '. t -
with Mr. Gladstone, and welcomed L. COAN, .. Jacksonville 7 40 Leave Sar nnah 8.00 \
and the ancient of to be W Baldwin.-- 8.50, Chattahoochec 6, .
port city University Repealed. 50 ,. .
i to the presence of the Queen ;j' some M Lake City..._io.50 Quincy __ 8.30 For freight or passage apply to :1 :
Cannes ? I wished during my drive The Advance of this week has an of them have seen a good deal better JUSTICE OF THE PEACEAND P. M. Tallahassee.- 30 i' -'-.'.! J
through'! only a part of the environsof Live Oak.-aa.3S P. M. AND THE PUBLIC TO OUR HERM. GELPCKE. Agent/ -
excellent article on an item of news society than any to which the Georgia ." Madison.._ 2.as Madison__ 9.25 GENERALLY 't r***!
this town this morning, I had been NOTARY PUBLIC Tallahassc_ 6.30 Live Oak 4.30I. t Williams st..New York.
in AND .
recently published the Inter- Legislature could invite them, and Quincy_.._ 8.10 Lake City- 6.00 STOCK. SOLICIT TRADE. >/

acco-npimed by s'irh Philadelphia Ocean, that, the Legislature of Geor- if any of these from Atlanta should Office In SOLARYE'S BLOcK Arrive.. Ch&ttahnochee9.e Baldwin..__ 8.10 .. .rt Or W. J. WOODWARD. ,].- -

flrist:t ts and botanists as Mr. Lindreth.: gia would repeal an appropriation happen to go to England it would be Comer B-_Y and PINE Streets.Jacksonville Savannah. 9.15 Arnivejacksonvile: __ 9.15 Representing CHATER & KING.Agents '.
Mr. Dreer, Mr. Mackenzie Mr.Gur.3m. Passengers can go through to !It. Marks Mondays -E<'
made for the Atlanta University awkward for them to be obliged to Fla. Wednesdays and Fridays,and return Tuesdays Thursdays 10.10 BW tf FernatxCna, Florida :
Mr. Pennock, and my immediate .. .
(colored) because the instructors were confess to Lord Shaftesbury or the and Saturdays. I

neighbor, Mr. Sherwood, so allowing the students a social position Duke of Arg} U that they were not A.A.. KNIGHT, NIGHT EXPRESS Dai1;., CHARLESTON 'AND FLORIDA "
that! I might enjoy with them the unspeakable *,-
"beyond that which their color war suffered in America to eat at the same P. V. P. M. PRINTING. STEAM PACKET CO. .
glories of a sod rich in the ranted. It says : table with their teachers. ATTORNEY AT LAW, Leave.. Jacksonville_ 4.00 Leave 'Savannah, ..,4.00. ; 1 ,
5.55 A. U.I.
precious groth of an infinitely diversified Lake'cUyTTJI 8.32 Live Oak.... 3.00 thc;
horticulture. The beauty 'of A fair sample of the social philosophy S No. a oegs Block, up stairs Arrive Live Oak... io.no Lake City_ 4.33 ..
still in the A. UBaidwin._
Southern 7.45
Cannes is in its surroundings, espe- current John Wilkes and John Mitchel. 3-ssswly Jacksonville. Fla. Savnoaah.._. S.soJAnive Jacksonville-. 9.10 THE NEW SOUTH CHANGE OF SEHEDULE. '
States is furnished the action
cially in is fine mountains and in the by now NOT*.-A Special Train win leave Tallahaxsee Saturdays The steamers
with which the pending in the Georgia Legislature i Mr. Disraeli struck the right nail A.BUESING, at 3.40 p. m.,arriving at Live Oak 9.;35 p. m.,
surprising ease most
connecting with Savannah frain. Returnm. leave JOB AND BOOK PRINTING DICTATOR AND CITY POINT
Atlanta University. This the head when he insisted in the
concerning on
delicate and valuable l trees and plantsare Respectfully calls the attention of the citizens and Live Oak 3 a. m.,arriving at Tallahassee at 8.50a m.
is of those which the House of Commons merchants Until further notico will sail as follows: -
university one on Thursday
cultitated! in the ar.:: The tot e BFAUTIFUL SOAP he manufactures. ROBERT WALKER. a
ope.i American Association has that Mitchel who had It is the best Washing, Barber and Toiler Soap ever Receiver and Gen'! ESTABLISHMENT. *
Missionary evening, John Supc THE'STEAMER DICTATOR -
skill ,
in the construction of roads; in- made. This Soap is put up in boxes contain;So Ibs T.C. SPOONER Master Transportation. 5-3: .
Jienied from their early Roman founded, and is, perhaps, the most been sentenced to transportation in and bars. CAPTAIN LEO VOGEL. .
successful in its work of of the for what called "treason- Orders Ihould be addressed to t'Wffl.
rulers any 1848 was A. BUCKY takes the lead in the latest of Silk and
b Box styles
improved' : ) modern! science, BUESTNG. p .until: further notice leave CHARLESTON every ; i "
is attested by those smooth and soli:1 institutions built by that society. Under felony," who had not served out his 5-t 6tf' Jacksonville. Fla. Fur Hats. n-7tf TUESDAY evening.and SAVANNAH every WED. ..
of the care of a gentleman of fine term, and who had not received a PALATKA and Intermediate landings.. 4 4RETURNING
highwas, composed the white G., & \V. I. T. CO.'SRAILROAD.L :
stone ot the culture and great: wisdom it has resultsto pardon, was therefore not eligible fora RICHARD MCLAUGHLIN i: The proprietors are prepared to execute orders for J .
. country, wind 3. every description of S. t
, through the streets of the town and show, both in the scholarship of its seat in the House of Commons to REAL ESTATE AGENT, FROMFERNANDINA : .

I: along the sides of the mountain. 1 he students aud in their refined behavior, which "the men ofTipperary" had f Jaekttmillt,Florid*. TO CEDAR KEYS. PLAIN OR ORNAMENTAL PRINTING. and Will JACKSONVILLE leave PALATKA every every SATURDAY FRIDAY morning morning. t M J..

traveller pauses: at every level of these of which any college in the land elected him wilhout a contest. Mr. All sorts of Real Estate bought and sold; Money in- to suit the tide, KERNANDINA same day.arriving
I, seated Taxes paid Titles examined. GOING SOUTH. GOING MOKTH.Ltavt. In SAVANNAH and CHARLESTON every SUN
might be proud. Bishop Haven has Mitchel was treated harshly enoughin _
suburban heights, wonderstrirken at Arrivt.. DAY. ,
been heard that for when he tried REFERS. BY rBRXissioit. to William Astor, E q., Fernandlna.___.__ j
the to say no college 1848, was by a pack 5:30: am 7:35pm I
loveliness of the flora Such BUSINESS CARDS ,
at his side Ex-Gov. A.i. Pa. as
: New York; Curio. Bellefonte, ; Callahan...__..._ ..- 7:35 5alBaldI THE STEAMER CITY POINT ;
i and the dazzling sea-\iew beyond. whites south of Mason and Dixon'sline ed jury, but, however that may be. he Lewis H. Redner, Philadelphia; W. Stokes Boyd, -----" 3.SOk. VISITING :
: CARDS. j.
Philadelphia D.G.Ambler Banker Jacksonville. Fla a|J___ ioU" tWill
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Take gives its pupils a drill in the classics is not entitled to sit in Parliament, -i. : 3:33 an.Starke. !
the panorama from the Boulevard Henry ucker, Boston. Mass. 8-ty-pd ______.< ..zz:37 18. DDING.CiRDS. leave CHARLESTON every SATURDAY evening -
all that which and the _.... ._..._ : .
Qlifornie at comparable to Opposition on Thursday eve Cainesvllle-- 1:50 ilIO' ,SAVANNAH every SUNDAY afternoon for FER f
as you return from the the students receive in this university.Not ning acted strangely in desiring to & KOOKER Archer____._._.3:10pm 9:49 BILL HEADS, NANDINA. ,JACKSONVILLE, PALATKA-an* m J
Freuuj "
village Talour.'s; where you NORTON Bronson__.. ____. ]:'5 9-04am Intermediate Landings. .
visit M3 ier', butter only is the work thorough, but it refer the question of his eligibility to Cedar Keys....... _..__6:30: 6:30 LETTER HEADS,
manufactory. EAL ESTATE DEAf ERS, corner Ocean and Bay RETURNING : ,;'t 1.t. :
When I tell you that 1 stood literally is done by modern methods and in a committee of inquiry. If, as is streets,Jacksonville, Florida. CONNECTIONS.At CIRCULARS. -

accordance with the latest discoveriesin stated and believed, Mr. Mitchel is an Money loaned on Real Estate security. General FERNANDINA.with Steamer City Point from POSTERS,. r Will leave' PALATKA every TUESDAY morefnr
among etrtt oforane trees bending Life and Fire Insurance Agents and dealers in PineLands Charleston and Savannah JACKSONVILLE every! WEDNESDAY roomingtsuit .
,Mondays at 4 a. m.;steamer
under the weight oftheir golden fruit linguistic science. American citizen, that destroys his Plantations,&c. Springfield suburb a specialty. Dictator from Charleston and Savannah,Thursdays, at BRIEFS the tide FERNANDINA same day arriving atCHARLESTON -
eligibility. If, as also has been stated Correspondence solicited. j-i&twtt. 4 a. m. With steamer Lixiie Baker from Savannah, and SAVANNAH. every THURSDAY
and J saw miles of This be regarded as the partial S
literally olive
trees, may Brunswick'and St. Mary's, Mondays at 6 a. m; for PAMPHLETS
the circumference of the arunks of judgment of a friend, but the testimony I- his purpose was to decline taking the OlIN G. BROWN those points on Fridays. 8 a.!11. .. : .: THROUGH TICKETS, AND BILLSOJ'LAD-: .
oath of to Queen Victoria __ .. ,. :
some being eleven feet doVn to the of a large committee of South allegiance At BALDWIN,-with J P.& M. R.,R. from Jacksonville t dJc. DELPHIA., BALTIMORE. ',
imperative on each M. P. before he at 4:07 p. m.; for'aClIlOnviDe: at 9:02 a. m. ..;.. ,. : __ .
mercit twigs, you: will, perhaps, have ern men, among whom was ex-Gov i AUCTION AND COMMISSION At GAINESVILLE,with tn-weekly.stage line (for 'COLORED'PRINTING AND GILT WORK" These Steamers connect with ,Florida' Railroad at '

ROme idea not simply of the extent of ernor Joseph E. Brown, leading De- I can take his seat, he would have no Tampa; with stage line for NewnansvUIe, Tuesdays :'- "' :_' ly .,> J- .... Femandina;Jacksonville. ,Pensacola&: Mobile Railroadat
DIALER and Fridays. Jacksonville, St.-John's Railroad Tocoi for St.
this commerce, but of the astonishing mocratic politician of Georgia, who case at all. The' circumstances arc .. :. : '':>.' f. -----i; "' r Augustine with: steamers,at.Paiatk/!MeUtnville,
KEYS. and from _
FRUITS, VEGETABLES. GROCERIES. PRO- At CEDAR with steamers to Ne Enterprise and the upper St.John's and with steamers
fertility of the soil. These orange attended the examinations a year or peculiar.By VISIONS. CROCKERY and GLASS .. Orleans every Saturday With steamers from Key for.the Ocklawaha river.-------,io.sf' 0
Weal and Tampa Fridays from these places.Thurs- -
and olive trees do no: ornament and two ago, was scarcely less emphatic.The a large majority-269 to 102-- Bay street. 1 -14.a tf' days. With Steamer Cool,;from Tampa.Sunday: for .. .. 'I

crowd the hills alone, but grow in educational work of the institution the House 'of Commons ,>has decided Tampa Mondays. With 'Steamer Wawenock,from CHEAP.'NEAT PROMPT.! 'FOR.10KAHUMKEE. V"1;
: -
Strength and profusion, down to the was praised by these gentlemen that there shall be a new election for Suwannee Fridays; for Suwaunee D..E.Tuesdays.MAXWELL- \ : .';: ': :' '. ,.' -' GRIFFIN
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very eaCOl: t. You know how the in the very strongest terms. Tipperary. Most probably Mr. .5-13 ,\ Balmorals.- Bustles,'and Chignons at BUCKY'S. = SILVER S PRINGidt

storms of the ocean cut down and In consequence of this hearty,approbation Mitchel >will be re-elected, and the H. ROBINSON ; .
annihilate will raise and Carpetbags: and Lies Companions at BUCKY'S. Aad other Landings on.the..OcJJawaha River.
vegetation; on our North which native Georgians of government again carry WHOLESALE&azriz.DRUGGIST. FRANK_'. W.. J GOLDEN._ PRAJJK. M,AdAMS.. '"

Atlantic coast, and tolerate only the both parties have freely given to the the question in the Commons that he L. KEENE & .; "-- Ii.' f.tr'

hardier cereals and fruits, but here in university, the Legislature of the State is not eligible, being "a convicted. O Q.OLDEN? : ADAMS?, The Steamer iE J a ...

the South felon." The might arrest Hoeg'a Block Bay St., DEALERS IN, I .
France, especially in this has for several. years made an appro- government ,. OKAHUMKEE,. '

semi-circle, the bay of Napoulc the of for its aid and the and send him back to Van Die- JACKSONYILLEFLORIDA.I BAY STREET JACKSONVILLE. FLA.Dealer" .. ,'CE'R'I' A. L. RJCT.Matter
priation money .. ; F.'INEG'RO. ,. ES j : K
soft breezes of the Mediterranean welcome !- question has now arisen whether this I man's Land, there to serve out his I I COMPOUNDING PRESCRIPTIONS A ncu.I.TT.1 in ,. Will leave Jacksonville every THURSDAY moraine .'

and woo the most precious and appropriation shall be continued. The : sentence, but will scarcely be so fool MILLINERY; FREi.CIi. CONFECTIONERY.. y,, at8oclock.. .
valuable flowers ish to do so, for that would awaken .
-delicate vines th1ntaznpm.ble committee which recently visited the as #
Jacksonville Fla.,July 25.1874-.jAMUEL -*& : .. .
: olive the the that it is still in admirable great sympathy for him, and might GenJemcn't underwear: at BUCKYS.FLORIDA : .DRESS "; FOREIGN. AND DOMESTIC ALE. ; IIVr :: .,. -
fig '
university report FANCY ,AND GOODS. -
lead in "
orange, the lemon to a physical-force uprising '
the date &c. condition. Not only is the I TOBACCO, 'ETC... -- B.J1JPBARP! ,. : -

Hardly an inch of ground with a instruction good as it always bas been, : Ireland. Hai Just recctvedrciuiNcwYork a full.assortment) S -

southern exposure is left untilled on but the morale of the students is ; The case of John Wilkes is not like the above named of the \ Hare in store.and to arrive '>.. \ Jacksonville. Fla., : '

the steepest declivities. Steps[ are highly praised. The committee were I this. Wilkes, expelled from the PHOTOGRAPHIC. .; PRINTING. ,. LATEST STYLES'AND'FASHIONS., '.XIRST-CLASS' ; ,GOODS". ,!), <. .. .'. f1 8
cut, ridge after ridge, the outer surface particularly impressed with the tidiness House of Commons ,on the ground AIfU.-- <\ Importer and Dealer ral)"

walled, and the level earth and order of.the building; the that he had printed (it never was PUBLISHING COMPANY; Also,'*fine assortment of,ladies'afid ademc 'a i. Which,by.making.TERMS,CASH.:they.offer at th. : n. .').''>4 --,">1>, _

planted with olive and indeceut written i LOWEST PRICES.. '. .. AND STEEL .
& orange trees, floors are clean ; the wails, though published) an poem "' ( HARDWARE ..IRON : ,

resenting a spectacle of unusual bril white arsno'wheredefaced, injured. byThomas Potter,.son of a late Arch ATLANTIC BLOCK BAY STREET.JACKSONVILLE". KID 'GLOVES., ;,.. '. :":, .'' .., ._ .,-; ,'. I, ZDGETOOI.S.TABLEand'POCKET49

the liancy, and proving the industry of That such cleanly habits should be bishop of Canterbury,. 'was ,elected ., FLA.. My stock ,having benpurerecentysdmia" : ':* I! Sftcial Atttntum of the Ladies called incur.... :: CUTLERY. .,: ::'.** .iJ .

people under the inspiration of a enforced among two or three hundred again 4nd again by the county of Where every branch of Portraiture.Group Landscape of bciog i sold at exceedingly ; MA'iLLARD'S' "SUPERIOR' CANDY, .-----v. .

Sure profit paid back to them by generous ex.slaves, taken from very low social Middlesex, and again and again-five and ducted, Instantaneous by,tkllledEUROPEAN Photography. ,successfully, coo-. PRICES. ,. '...: And to:our, assortment( 'Nails' -, Glue-, Putty,,Glass.l Paints: Oils'- r9:lI' ;.. -

Nature. I wish I were -botanisi conditions, seems, to the committee, times in all-declared :ineligible by : AND 'AMERICAN ARTI TS. LOW .. '.. / PRESERVES .JELLIES ETC. LEATHER: BELTING.RUBBER PACKING, ,Uff

lope nougu to describe in detail .the cata- as ii is, a sign excellent disciplIne the House of .CommO s, but persis! -: A. G. GRANT, Manager., 4-CaIiandsc*. -1.4rn. -. : STOVES.TINW AU.CROCKERY. PUMPS,

of plants and //lovers.that vary In spjte of such results as. }these, ting-,,'gained his' point at t' last, and '
PIC-NlC will find
it advantageous'
this f. S. Any Hotel or BoardinE-House iKat: has not Ladles'Jonderwear.to be obtained a{ BUCKY'S.ROBERSON'&MAPSN' PARTIES I.. ad and Iron -'""'
\ Pipe,
exquisite seat-without '
district. The adjacent however, the Governor recommendsthe took t' further opposi' been taken by: Mr.Grant can mad lit!.name and address. caff.as we shall mate the replenishing. LUNCHEON. ..- .... -

mountain, and espefcially the villas repeal' of the appropriation. For tion. ''Thus there is little resemblance /, BASKETs. a specialty.45Purchases DOORS.. SASH.BLINDS.MOULDINCS.SUGAR' '

nd palaces near the town, abound in, this change of policy two: reasons arc in the cases of ;Wilkes'' and Mitchel, FlM Casslmera.Shirts,stylialisuddiWabiet. Bucky's ,, :. delivered. gratis. t ,,.utf

pines and thickets$ of rock roses given. The 'one is that 'theology is for the l last,named has not the; .slightest . Have opened a flrstclassSHAYTNG. -. ,. .'- "'GOLbEN&ADAMS. Mills..Evaporators, &c. .G.; {> '

pnd lentisens, Iaurusti j arbutus, taught in the University., It appears chance of being .allowed, even .ifhe Ross'Marble'Front Building i ,near'Grand'Na:, Gu-Ftttutff,.R.D llr., ,jq/J6i"r. ll4rl1s.' '. :i

n' **broons) and arborescent heaths. that three".or lour young men, have ;would .take the,,oath! of allegiance pLUMJ33. ,SALOON;. ,. .. tt.4il- lional Hotel,.Jacksonville; Florida SmJAi's Jq'.tl1 order. fr4.

*ne heath: ? attain the height o(six to been receiving theological' instruction', to sit!| in,the, Co mons.- Nevertheless, ANDCOPPERSMITHING' .-, corner'' Bay and Plne'streettVwheiVsJl' the nttideriiappliances "

}tenft. and flowcr in March,; the and it1 is objected that the State'ought this, 1 is'a vexatfous and. may. ;be c a ; belouad., Ti.yalsofurulabaislthollr used) by the best saloomi! to dIG country. can' Blankets and:Coverlets of every sire!. adiafl7aSFaRSALE. .. ; Louis EMILE MOURGEON;;: : -

!Jauru'tlne' in February; and March '; i not to pay for 'religious) : teaching. highiy'disadvanta'geous! mo if for the "... -I ,. r. ., .tjtn': .
w rock I "I am prepared to esecuU wort of every description From Parts.France lately Foreman of die ...
: roses in March, April, and This 'jection 'is a'yali4, fine, no Disraeli government'against whomit .,. ,. .. ', a"'.' .1.:1.!, HOT AND.. P1BATHS.: ; ? '. i: ,I.AaMDydngesabUsb-iselitl. 'f; rnti; ;

4ay J the rushbrooms In1 'May and I doubt ; and the authorities of the pnivcrsity is very l likely"to raise a vfplent! In the most satisfactory; manner, .respectlully so.cItthcpaironag.ctthepibl&4 ''Tickets entitling the Dearer to eight aiaycs. tot saieo.oi'elghi Located on the St.Johns river and Shell road two miles ;' .Bi.iSllrc-,. I
june '
,' but to-day, the first of Fcb- have promptly concede4 tlc clamor'In' Ireland. If 'Tipp rary : ( IbaYCS,hair cutting and. Ulpoolna below dry or Jacksonville, it acres land.' Beautiful NEW DYEING'A.'lD SCOURING.. ",
view high airy MENT. J.n{$
boats rooms
.. ,. ;( ; g-r9 river: ; good ; 3,000 crape
ruary, apart from -the goWeri gw\ fOCi point by offering to abandon theology.The shall choose'nd elect Mr. Mitchel's -5o. vines;too orange tree,eight yean old. too bearing: ,
the ,Orders left at DOBBINS' GUNSB'ti. at Mr, trees.figs pom zn-,baunu.sad shrubbery LtdiW and Gentlemen's Wearing Apparel,, .;;mi- ,
i oranges, the air was filled with the: obstacle however the most sonhe'can;I take his :seat; -provided ROOMS FOR RENT.Location : peach
i i :TTURNISHED. ,. In.variety; good cistern. This it,one oC the most lesfrabhi .. Lace Curtains, .' .J..I'.. .
perfume.of rose, primroses, violets,i serious one (iff the mands'oC the Geor he ..cat'allegiance to Queed/Victdria M. Maho'ny1..u ,.:;BUclslpjth'hpp.1wu1.\ > /. ...-i-.. .1'.' ft'7 ieceivpfom'* iVj.JiUJattention. :: >t ; place for a home on the St.remain Johns.secured Title good the ami othe-.*.fine" fabrics'Lace must carefully Shawls.r. '* .* ,
and the
; IQ od f facilities for housekeeping..InwraaiUbrMTrfj Part ot purchase money can on
">*ics. There: are J 'or hardli' 'of giariegislature*, tIt..Is' that,. there is as aU.bther.members:, } ,:dOt7.f1u.'aitphll .... ". ..' .,.... -, ir.. ... pleasant :,.'. '.,'tlilociv!, >.rl property desired.' Call on E. MASON..-. FORSYTH: STREET, between deancdS': i'

pear and. cherry. forests. of walnut. ... ,: social. equally !between the ,teachers ricsrii: .- .!.:' '.''1/!.: 'if I diJ': ']" 1 ,,-1''J',.', -i aU! tl.'"U hi'i J' >' ,"L1..t'lm .. -. -." .|!-!*rJ":-* *,'irf:;vV' ;': ,'j 'E._f- :';-I'i. .' _..'-'3 '(1 >j' /: .OJlaMl'rt". 1, tiet.tyrets.fT.. .... .;: ,f si j ,.,t "| .'.- ,
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THE NEW SOUTH. of all kinds like blackberries, straw- efforts to so great an extent, scan deliberately -i to trade with. Tho success of the Mississippi manufacturing the "Improved Rice Huller t kV\ rth. lC 8n ddfvld easilycut. HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES.-

: r : berries, whortleberries or raspberries.The .the, actual dlngers.aheal1" with Valley,.therefore, depended upon ," 'which will be sold much cheaper through and once cut would let a

!. l' L1 .J.S.AbA.- M.UIIIIVTK") ADAMS-, CARRUTH & CO. fig ought here to be speciality, as tho determination them andall'will the money being kept in the soil. It than any heretofore offered. stream of water in here which would CITY 'H OTEL .
a was the of' people -raise j>ro-, Peacock
Last ,
VRU. iupNI J "Xl part pur Saturday night LeRoy
Lake Worth inlet
ir --- by such a machine this fruit, that can be be"well.. .. duce, and the part of commerce to use who has for some time been regarded asa keep constantly open

,. ; J. S ADAMS. EDITOR. indefinitely produced can be utilized, and handle it. lIe frankly told the desperate character, vent to the houseof to boats of seven or eight feet draught, TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA

i t!4 ---=-==--=-'-" =: : _--<, -- -: -'---. put into market in the most perfect and Troublfc in.the Georgia Treasury.. Chamber ef Commerce that he wanted his brother-in- law, Mr. Theo. Slade, and would drain many thousand acres
V '. TO CORRESPONDENTS OTHERS. 1- ; - British.lnoney to handle the products of inf the southern part of this county,'for of very valuable land. W. 'P. SLUSSER Proprietor.
T" attractive form, and at a price; that :.Tl;&! Georgia rcss'lLre the
t ; Items f'Local intcmt are wdidled fronmll putt of the Mississippi Yalley/and was'preparcdto the avowed purpose bl killing him.:Mr.
Stau. Also, cummunicauoni on cubjecu of general would compel |tts. acceptance by tho'pub- ercised at the sudden discovery of thevery" show that the present mode ot com Slade having been informed that Peacock are not four days from New York and -
jjJBlemt,epocially Uu CSUUSk1 1 social and iaductnaltopici. tic and could be made with York neither but little than a day from This Hotel
t pndct.had male their letter asbnef to' compete 'ifnsallsraciory condition "of the tnunic:Uon' by" New' was was threatening his life; prepared more Key having lately been

::7 &the will permit. the imported article. Vegetables, such State,Treasury; !tor' :which.,neither the for the advantage of.the! producer in the his shooting irons, and as soon as Peacock West. The projected railroad to .Key REPAIRED AND FULLY
p. $i.a: We are mpoDkible fur opinion ejcprested by our the' .inEngland REFURNISHID
: 4, correspondent n *. Rejected manuscripts can neither aj the pumpkin: squash green corn, editors nor the Investigating CojrnmiUee Mississippi Valley nor consumer trade came within range' opened fire on West must pass along the estern shoreof Offers first class accommodations the
.. b nor Anonymoui contributions as compared 0 with_ direct: him with It 'double barrelled shot gun, public.
-.1"tr no b polcd.pe sweet potato and beets, are effectuallydried ot the Legislatuie arc able.to give 'ay \'Ia New Orleans and the river system of and after emptying the contents ot both the lake. M. C. DWIGIIT. LIBERAL

I : so as to keep any time and in any reliable or satisfactory, account.It \ navigation'. He would undertake.to deliver barrels into. Peacock, fired a few shots ARRANGEMENTS

; :;:; .; Improvement of Florida Waters clmate. la ascertained to a ertainty thai goods ot the Mississippi Valley by from his revolver into the body. J.; W Lands Open to .Pre-emption. made with parties desirious of a prolonged visit IB A-_

: )We .are, gratified to ..set} that the sub- As to the right to use the machine: a deficit exists in the funds that should be, New Orleans', at ten be per delivered cent. te"ss thantheyVould Rice held, an inquest on the body and Editor Kew'South:-I. notice in a late most beautilul section of the State. -

Vtantinl inturcfets
looked after by our delegation in Con is $25, an eight feef$30, rime feet 35. has been run with such laxness and utter do(that The rh'er/it. is !true, is'tortuous foith as a fact that all of the good Gov- FOR 100 GUESTS.
4 :' gress. A few days since. Mr. Walls Introduced or for a factory in which any number want of business sagacity, that no but when the bngc8.had nothing ST. .10Ilx'S'COUNTY. ernment and State land convenient to -

: ; ; a bill extending the time for of machines might be run $75. The trustworthy statement of its actual 'condition to take back up the river they would .iMrs.Maragret..Canon of St..Augustine of. communication TERMS:
rQute public was
died the any ,
at ot eighty
be 'up ( avery ripe age nearly
vcry"glad: to carry' .r cargo'.at
L ', ;: tho inauguration of the State Agricultural right for the whole State can be procured can be made. All are'convinced small freight. years, on the 17th inst.ALACIIUA taken,up. While this is unquestionably $3.oo per day| 2 to|i3 per week.

I.' :,7 : College, which has been delayed by for $800., Rev.. J.' S.. Swaiin, ," of this' that the amount of the deficit:is Air. Hugh Mason, member of.the COUSTT.. true as a rule, there are exceptions, and .27 II W. E. HADLEY. Manacer.WI .

;.. pending litigation which locked up its city,*.can be consuftcd as agent fpr ,the somewhere between $68,000 and, a round Chamber ot Commerce, moved a'vote ol There are more.than three times the this vicinity is one of the exceptions. INTER .

: funds; and the bill is likely t pass, as inventor.. million.i thanks to rthe speaker which was' seconded strangers in Gainesville to-day, than There are within a half mile of this RESORT.
f and said he
: .! we learn. adopted. He was were ever hero b flre.Every, hotel and SPENCER
: It hard and HOUSE
is untimelythat ST.
exceeding very several Vacant lots of IARYS
that manufacturers and depot forty aero G.
t sure the 'merchants \
I The Gravity of the Political Situation. boahting-h ttsu i is full ,and the.citizens
I I On the 24th of February, Senator suchadiscoycry.should, develop in of England could, not be indif; are throwing open the doors 'of their good land and within a mile, a :goodly Opposiw commodations'Femandina Fla.,BOW offers Fir>-vas M.

4 : Conorer introduced amendments to the The* quietude and contentment hitherto the midst of what was supposed to be a fert'Dt'to the statements'.which had been residences'to' accommodate ''the' people, numbef'of lots subject to entry.' These at
: f for river and harbor im the administration of RePubliCan placed before them 'as to the possibilityof $3 per dayf to $18 per week
appropriations ,
.: : ; attending successful effort to show all the carpet and the demand is not requited. 'Nearly lands are well adapted to the cultivation! With all the corafcra and
fri" which referred to the government In 'this State, the increased tiiufe7with the Mississippi house in town has other Conveniences of a NnK
: ; pr-ement were bag-ridden States wonderful things every some one Home. St. Alary sillied near.be
of fruits and and are 111CUth.j
vegetables being
their Chamber Commerce lIIeSt.
.In' own of
Valley. ,
; : Committee on Commerce and ordered large incoming tide of immigration, and than the,.family, and everybody is disposed Maria River The location and healthruicms rf
i the
'I' could bo accomplished for the "Empire they were ready to support the, to'accommodate far lies in settled by well.to do Northern and Western place 1 not surpassed on the S0"1' COMc.; STR
: to be printed. The following the the degree of with which the he bad as LIZZIE BAKER goes direct to the Howe '
r I property State of the South, when the plague of saidalmostQuixotic: projects) ofcarrying'British'trade their'p .wer.-Gai etille.Citizen. people. having through ticket can have them InW
: : text of the proposed amendments: State, as a whole, has been blessed, all carpet-baggers and scallawags should 'to' tho very tops purvsr of steamer to stop over at St.edumtd Maivrora.Z
of'the mountains-. Central Asia. lie As this, is the most southerly point in other point desired. Liberal term, nurlewij Z$L
;.j'1 : For dredging the bar at the have tended to divert the attention of honpst and '
i be stayed and the upright Ithit- desinngto make permanent May. Send
mouth ol the harbor of Cedar thought; therefore, the 'chamber I Lake Worth. the United States reached by rail and rcimtlar.
Keys, citizens from full
our own a appreciation '
should direct the destinies LA TOURETTE
:, ,ii .' I I Florida, and to complete the same, prevalent indications of extreme Democracy should, make ever7: possible usa.of..the Editors New South: 'In accordance. has rapid, safe and cheap transportationboth open May sat,i1?. J. EHOUSE! 'Al.Pnt.I.j t'riprie ,wiJ.
ot without let or hindrance.And valuable information it had thus obtained.
; ,:. thirty thousand dollar political danger to the institutions of our Georgia with my 'promise''mae, before leaving to the northern cities and Key West, -r----- -' -. 1-6_
the improvement of the inside the affliction is grievously -
'f -- Jacksonville I write of it jnay be desirable for persons in questof
you my
between the River common ,
1 f passage St. Johns country. WAVERLY
thq fact .that the
.1! .' }Florida, (at Jacksonville,) and Fernan- It will not do to take our own Stateas aggravated Treasurer by is unfortunate Obituary-Mr. Everett'Chthb..rlin.'rho. the country 1 passed through and a description a location to settle, to vis-U and examine JACKSONViLLE

;: dina, Florida, ofthe rivers known as the a criterion of the South generally, for swartouting .no .public, and more especially the of that which 1_ chose for my this place and vicinity.C. The "FmiriDA Hoars" noRIDA
having Geen
f. :, t "Sisters," twentyIhthousant dollars.For carpet-bagger, who, as the Democratic journalists of the city arid the entire future residence. A trip up the St. B. DIBBLE. and refurnished,will heJtaAer be M04JtJ u remoaV.e ft wZ

4 .. ., : enlarging the canal cut through notwithstanding the tide of misrepre- pt'ess might insist "left his country for country, will J e pained to' learn of the Johns is too common to need} description Rosewood, Levy Co Fla. verly Home.n.R ..__._._,_..
sentation and falsification which the
I. thellaulover.hctweenMosquitu Lagoon but death of 2Ir. Lvcrctt Chamberlhi for he *'
J s his country's good}f' one that remained .t J. J. >kJirTlTb,
.' '.: 1 and Indian Hirer, on the east coast of State government has'bcen ''called to therein to her detriment, and is past six or seven yea; connected in but with all its attraction?, the Of M Hadden lloi e,AiJaw.e, City.J N.J.
i fl' : : : Florida, to a uniform width of twenty- meet, the fact stands undeniable and various tapaciiies with the Chicago Indian River country far excels it in GAINESVILLE FLA., Feb 25,, 1815. _1'9!. _- PTUVTictot.JONCR1EF .

"' ;; ii' live feet and depth of five fl'ctlh'c thousand a high toned and chivalrous gentleman, newspapers. Ho djed at Jacksonville, beauty, balmy air and healthf.lness. Editor New: South :-I have started air HOUSE
admitted that with ,
generally one or
: d a native 'to the manor born" and held Fin o'clock
nt 10. .
t lars yesterday morning.He The shore with deer bears a tour through such portions of Florida
': 1: i For SUf'c6 to ascertain the most eligible i. possibly two exceptions,, ho South'elDState up by the Savannah press as a man of l liad called tipou} n physician Dr. teem panther Cor. Pine a. Fonjtl street*,opjxmie uit5XI Mi

I '; ::' I on which a canal nl'oss the has a greater degree of peace and character for honor and Wilson-ami while in conference with wild cat, turkey, Ac, Thousands as I may think favorable ,for Northern Kink,

1 t ; p ;t Isthmus of( Florida can be constructed general prosperity than Florida. Thus high integrity. him died very sudl1cnl '. His remains of ducks cover its waters, which also immigration and the i investment of capi JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA
while General
';, \. and whether a safe land-locked navigation but terribly incompetent, have been telegraphed for to bu sent to swarm with 'fish, and turtle, while in tal.; I wish to personally investigate the I*now open (ur guest This boine is eatirelv KT
4l" : t between the waters of the Mississippi situated, we naturally enough incline to Lawton, in bii speech in the House Milwaukee, where two of his sisters '- capacity of tLu soil for tillage and tht* ,throughout and will remain open l3I May ut
the finest of be
4 :: .: :l' and the Gulf, along the coasts of the conclusion that as many of the,facts seems to have given him credit for more sid v many: places oysters can EVAH- & }!ALM&.
Alabama Louisiana and Florida and gathered in great abundance. The great inducements offered to the farmer man 7tn1lHetorsSEAStDE HOUSE,
.R reported of Louisiana and Arkansas, than usual financial Mr. Chamberlin was born in Xew
ability saying
I t f through the latter Stle. to the Atlantic would not be true of this State, they : Hampshire, nelr Gorham.: and moved drawback the country i is the fact that the ufacturer and capitalist. I shall be gladto 1-93m 1I c.(Iy.'f.J.
: $ that tremovalof.thu
j I. to -
Any .
t. coast be had to estimate the receive information
can proba. from antI
stand to the reasonable West ;ty hen tuiiuparativcly young man, !best lands are locked up in those old any CLARENDON
.Y. suspicion Treasurer painfulto HOTEL
ble cost and practicability of construction open waa necessarily THE ,
', I settling in seonsin. His tastes were which much of every quarter, and, as far as possible, to
him. Mr. Jones had done valuable Spanish grants curse so
of and
1 of such works, and of any artificial being exaggerated, we, as a people fur work l less he
literary ;vinl more or GREEM COVE
t water routes found necessary to provide stand indifferent, if not incredulous. service in the ''past; he ,v:,s the same contributed .to thu various Milwaukee this fair land. Still the available por- visit those who feel an interest in these SPRJSG FL"b ,

'il' J safe inland navigation: between the that bad at a time when Georgia was in His first tions are being rapidly settled. I understand subjects. Letters addressed to the office mow open CJT the Mason.
: But such is not the feeling of largo and papers. appearance :isanHCtive .
.1. : Mississippi Hirer and one of the seaports almost as critical a situation financially, ( at Jacksonville will be forwarded
worker in th
I respectable portions of the people, out succeeded in negotiating tho $1,200,000 profession of journalism ji railroad is to be built between TERMS, fraa PER DAT.Special .
on the east coast of Florida, twen was about. tvclve when
t I ty-five thousand dollars or so much side of the States involved iu political Nutting bonds at par. he obtained,a position; years on. the ago Milwaukee Lake Harney and Titusville, to be commenced thenRespectfully, l arrangement by the wrtt.EciungiM .

: t .; I thercofas may be necessary: IY, out of any confusion and complication, and it will It must be difiicult to own up that the Sentinel city' editorl= lie remained Soon.- which, rendering it,more J. K.- HOVT. ; '
j! I' '\: .' : montY in the Treasury: not otherwise be well, in time. to heed thd voices of Democratic handling of the'State funds, there about three yvrs when he removed ready of access to tourists, will soon lei. i is the trept Cove cos ruUol exclusively by this H.

: ., ,, .;. 1 appropriated.- ___ ________ warning which .come to m on every,, has not so far operated as a brilliant exemplification to this city to accept the positionof bring this beat if til section of onr State I.mf..AtJELrHIA, February 26.-The WARM SULPHUR SPRING
city editor of the Evening Post from freshet on the Schnylkill last night was
i: 1.: I 1 Another Steamer Lost. hand influential of total ; into tho favor it deserves. Insects are
: of
: through journals, uponwhose a want depravity the Evening Post he went to the Republican one of the highest known for many3ears. fitted up with
1 v: I We chronicle with advice the body of the for in Democracy. Even the Savannah bad in some localities but no worse than 'The water at 'Manavunk
no little regret the people : in tilt same
r 4',) I loss ol another jessel 1 by the New York years have had great reliance. The News, giving only:* single columnto upon the Jlejmblic an was,not very long in any new country, antI no worse than twenty feet, flooding the mills and many .

:t -, lers and he resigned to take the position ofaragrahist I found them in many places on the St. dwellings. All work in the mills was
1. 1 and Feroandiua steamship line. By an following quotation, us significant as it tho resurrection of Staten ded. HARRIS & Al'l'LrG.Ulpc
): on the Evening Post. From 5uspt' Ri.Jgu.A enue. the main .
\ extra from the Fernandiua Observer i is serious, is taken from the a new member ot the Florida Johns. :1 s 74. M tf Pujpnetoa.
we Wahington upon the Port he went to the Tribune as editorial communication with the city, was flooded ,
: :' : glean the following particulars:: of the Chronicle : Judiciary' feels constrained to make paragraph writer; and in the Presidential i- On my way down' Indian River, I and impassable to street cars and R IDDELL HOUSE,

.:. I loss of the Y1cksburz. The company, If the Garland assumption! in Arkansas some sort of showing in regard to DO campaign: of 1872 accepted u heard all about this Luke,Worth country, other vehicle The moving ice broke
be Louisiana the editorial stair of the In- down several lamp posts',and water run- FERXAXDIXA. FLA
position on
we are immediately put "let10U much of the condition of the Treasuryof which decided me to visit.it, and the
wi and other Republican State ter-Ocean. In 1873 he received an offer ning into the gas mains obstructed the
"; i; another vessel in the place of the one its own State, of which the Investigating men who called my attention to .U have flow of in SAMCIXT. .
': government in the South will follow to become the editor oCt c fSundaif ga* leaving Manayunk entire RIDDEtL Pnomior.r
.; tqt i i4;p" lost suit. Vacancies in the United .States Committee in'theFr report say : Time, which ho accepted. His healtn my Listing gratitude: .Lake Worth is darkness last night. About three thousand -

: ; i' The following telegraphic di patch Senate from tho>u States will surely and The discrepancy of 299,500 between all this time was failing and his abilityto a beautiful sheet of water from a mile hands are temporuily thrown out Atlantis-Magni5ias liea }. dr .tt t' tnat nilts-on Oe foot

'.;.J! .was" tccin'd in this city yesterday even- speedily transpire; and at the roll-cull! the Treasurer's reports and the known do the hafU: work* of 'journalism was and a half to two miles wide,and nearly ot work by the stoppage of mills. ZRefsn.sta} e 5.'It

..j \ Jpg, after thc'forms of the Observer had, in December of Ib75, the "lost cause" summary of maturing obligations must growing less every day. He had contracted twenty-live mile length.. Fish, Thereis a heavy ice giw ge.pOSTOFFlCE e.rt STMMER AXD W2NTEB.BOAXD .
: .( been put to press: will have been rescued, and the party find its explanation in that unknown, a cold, and posessing'a finely game
.[ ': that supported it will bo installed masters realm of past due obligations.: organized and delicate phjsique it set- and turtle are here to_bu found in great NOTICE. :
j; NEW Feb. 26, 187 $ ? _____
YOm, crda7. JjJX*
4 ; of the situzti ion. The business of the department i.. tIed into .a pulmonary complaint, which abundance. The Gulf stream runs almost Vuwcck____- .......from jn to$15 xr
:1 Mr. Ilerni. Gelpcke htates that the This is the prceipice upon which the loosely and inaccul'ately cOllductel1, and soon developed into enWuniption, His within stone's throw of the shore, ARRIVAL.AND JiEPARTURE.: OF MAILSClOSE.- &;-f..cc..ry arrangements made with fiirStn
;,'' 1 steamer Vicksburg is :totallosson Fire party stands, and over which the coUntry there appears a want of system and ar- work as editor of the Sunday Times was climate A..I\1I. JiM livery -: l4-tf
L f ,. : Island. All l lives saved except the cook tremblingly han:s. But a few brief rtngernent: ,- which'svith ,the absence of. not long, l r'be was compelled to seek rendering tti{ very mild balmy, Northern amf W.an>. d'.IilT. 93x> A. M_ yoo: *.M.

J ;, { Some of the cargo i is coming ashore. das of the fees&ion remain. Republicans important and necessary debit and credit recuperation in thgeni l cliruato: of and even ; the 'thermometer In, winter An- extra aU nziiJ n ':U 19.we Live t, Oa will: iami pRIVATE BOARD

:t ; I The'essel is breaking up. She was inward of the Forty-third Congress, we entries, renders it difficult, if indeed California.!, He did not relinquish the seldom falling.below sixty anil in summer leave at 7:45'-: 3(.._ JOT A. ).

.J'. I 1 bound f once more say, "Work while it called possible. to determine promptly and: profession 'to seek for'his health, but rarely reaching ninety. Frost is Fuaandtna,tbJy.a,...Klccxfj..._itlilnad .__- JICOOA M. yootts.Suint ..: AT HIGHLAND PARL
'1 t : : (Signed) R. II. HIUYEK. to-day." definitely the exact status of the affairs, went West 'as'.the accredited correspondent Augustine and P-totka, .
.! : ,4 I The Vieksburg left this port on last The Albany Evening Journal with of this department.There ot the Times. Last year Le returned seldom seen even on.the ,yre!>tern shore daily..t s.o<)nj"eMTpw.-dr)._ v'co.. &. &00 .M. A lew la/gjc yu13whh fint-<.8aa,_.
Key arrives u'er1,0
Saturday with th.l"rg.t cargo that i is no accurate record of the, 4o fhiscity; but lie had so changed of the lake, and 1 'believe ueveif oa the dny____.._._ _. JooA.H .
\ .i t ever been liken from this port by a earnestness, but not without bonded debt of the State of Georgia, and, and fcuirer'eif so nmcTi from the fatal eastern.. The cocoannt and l mb r tropical tluM:*. every Thursday_._ .f. :_..11& FINE RWER TIETy.

,.' st\mel of thu line. Her cargo consist resolute hopefulness remarks : the discrepancies existing between the malady that hi.- comradesncv at olive; fruits grow 1)?re u> ['rferths. The I Enterprise.. aifn.i Mclunvillc.Tuesday SaPoiol. and DAILY MAIL

.: .d part of the following articles, and The country stands face to face with reports uflbeTre.asurer4fiuring tho past. that h'i was nut to be long with them.He western 'shore is mostly pina Hih'd equal SotuHLij.- .. _.____. 4:p r.a. *.TO A..31. STE-Uf ITRRT
4 ," was ,'alucl at about $0.0 400 bales the most serious crisis which has confronted ten years, clearly show\ that this department tr'ed to work on the city, press, but : I. Fort George, YtllowKnffancIMaypott .
.;: of 0 bm' I of it since 1861. It does could 'hot'stand the harsh cliiuato to the best on the St. Johns, interspersed arrives i'etsth' run: TJMES ASLY AFTF.i; SlC-t*
$ .' : ( : turpentine not yet cannot furnish reliable and accurate and and fri<-?.?._......._. .ecp. a.
t: 250: barrels of rosin, 80 packages of begin to realize the tremendous gravityof information thereon. went South as the corrospoudent of the with strip* of morning glory and ham Lvr*Wet'/icstf. 'y.and_ _Scltto _.- ..1f.1Joss.

< I orangrp &c., 10 tickS of cedar, 75 the situation. If it did, the patriotic: This will do very 'well fora State Tribune'', and the.last heard of this, poor mock. The cvtcrn shore u mixture ;t.wJ::-).'.-'_.-.._..'-_.,:::_', ,*,. j5eo'. *. 10x0 J.-DOA.I A.n* C. ::1;. n IIUSTEZXi
packages of goods &c. sentiment of the people wo'.ild flame fellow i is th4 announcement hj death. '
out of *. I
whose editors and. ) of hummock and i OFFICE
leading .politicians hcivy morning 'giorj HOURS.
There were on board the steamer in earnest, fervid, determined unanimity nu"as:1) years of:ug'esind leave H ,, .
7f about te passengers, al of whom, according as it did when the flag of Sumterfell. have so habitually been shocked beyond wife and two children. During his connection hint). The hammock. principally,roastic, Iron The*S pow-ofT*. w to 6yf wi r.' ko.ca: 1HSar..hyscICrp!: i -75 3. Opyosfte JaeLaviiTc.

to the \ dispatch, were *. The country has yet no measure at the "eriuiinnl" laxity of conducting with l tbu papers: of this' ritr he crab wood,satin wood,ebony,.caul berry, 'ck The oHUx.\0;ill N. oyca Q ad'ay. ,Con it to p HOUSE,

i. saved. The steamer ant cargo were conception of the condition of things at State affairs "'in' the ''downtrodden" wrote "Chicago ami Suburb." atrny "lli India ,rubber, anil other vahiahlu tim '1 be "lIcl'al P. M a..t h. iekces; willIe opcilB RIVERSID /
I 44 fully insured, and the agents in this city the South; it will learn, as the facts of tho1 Chicago }1yV- un State of Florida. ber The soil i i/cry .rich while, the
I, [. '! i slat that her loss wi caus but a temporary come out, that' a grave danger hangs paign volume which was entitled "1 hc are toting i&ribisd.40N5Y T. i -\tK.SU."iVlLi. F1.0XIDA-

f .! irregularity il the running the over it; it will learn further that its The -Neics' makes detailed, report'of Lives of Grant antL.WtUou." morning glory land is without exception .ORDER QtT., : .r-tpa '10M ZVEMl" _3S&I.37he

+'r L4 line. peace and security are at stake; then it the condition of the Georgia State Mr Clistiiberliii ;w is o ie of the? best the'raost tlcsiniblu: land I ever guvr Tbe money enter rCiccwQl be cpea &ai 9a...tu '

.: It has but abut two months since the will wake to its duty, and we hope. that .Treasury'in:'the, successive jcars jsiiice wrH r".on the Chicago"press. life pen It is h rieh,'deep;', vegetable. noM; covered1 *:3.Money. P. n.onl and ri rrti.j art t,',4 p.at M ttt*office pMysMe in any : the Kranklin indcnigned Kt* et L.Scnti.Hisftgntc oat Sfftiac etof ,_*prncm.VeraoBt.otxt ".

: Mediator, largestlemerof the line, then it will not be too late. was vigorous and .versatile and his 'with dense rust of tin rn le J toe. and .lo crilcri pnyabie U W. H.Gm.dricfifnryeara iVrewit.S cmcxckd.
: was lost steamers were commanded And the 1870. inclusive. from which. -we,gather thefollowing language cholcel lIIs"waWjust( th style a growth of morning GntI Brit-dn.,..itAmtd lId( einaay: deck.&..Wg leamuu, >on-c ii. ihcir fiueul and
'rTi even independent press be- ; throe abont to .i i k Fkrida, thai they ha** tor.mIe
1 !: by able and experienced men ; notes of the"rapidly. increasfng calculate; e\!\ t() charm J.tho. i intellectualno'wfcpapjjrire'a'der. glory tines'. There is no timber to cut, no ibi;to&iu;; aft the nu oftwgsssu: aiu-c1 11 JLWC.fd shaB d' their bcM itake it a konc

and in this, as in the case of the Mediator gins to take the,alarm, for t Washington State debt:. .' His .fetters from underbrush to giub! out, DOso.d t to kill; I PO5flC')egt O'Ul" to thor>e bmnlia with them.1hchneptca'iautIysLuateJonthcbanL. ue

: it l is.impossible to form any correct correspondent of one of the most California and South very OB order>ot ceti5* $10. c.D15. of
The total principal ol State debt on the nth of .the., were yon have simply to ruke off the 'vhies e s 5 5t Johns river* only five minutes walk west ftom the
., t'' idea as to the cause of the disaster fromI truly independent and influential papers: January 1870, was.._. ....,_. _'6'01.'SOO graphic and xcyedipgly int resting. Invripa'rUca.r'Mr Over#10 ac4 nvt excctnlipg fio. 10 cents.. Railroad Depot. and commanding a fine view up ud
and plant the crop. Its fertility is inexhaustible Over #20 anti not exceeding$),15 cenw.Over down the river and of the
i i the first meagre news. Sane. January itt.J371_.. __...._..6.54.,.I. l : ., surrounding country.
of this class : .. : ChamberUtiway a (1 30 and not exceeding J4O. 20 cents.
says "1 8'..__... Yvur patronage is sulic'tcd Addrrsasri
J ..6 8
l i The intelligence oi the disaster i ,7 iP eulfuredinan. and.adjapent deposits of shell! Over and not exceeding ,
{ cents.
was ,
... ._, _...._ 40 25 & GORP
The North has fair notice of what it : :; : ) : ;. .
.4 received in the city last evening with .. I ...._..._ _... Of his characfcV'ahd -; Jaen4e,.
; .from ,the the iF' J87.- -.8034 g disposition too and muck equally, so. :.Fine springs of .rQcsi'14 flQ45T 011111:11,
ill may expect day present 4" .... 011 1-$ Scutf..JrT. sa**Sp nsst V v J.Nt
,; expressions of that so : .J1S75--- -r-8.4)49 much cannot be %
regret (
said.i Ho .
Iniv.rsa Congress adjourns, viz : an active struggle was a warmhcavt pure, soft 'water, abouud .o.nUiC, ;:weg" On ordeia Dot exceeding |t.i) C .,tv' .
E calamity should have befallen It1 is to Se'Jiopcd that tho solicitude d whole-souled Orcf Jlta awl DOt I
: wiihlhe oftho ,, impulsive man, eactedlaj$x jo CCta
.South These
; the line. forsupremacy. and him- shore and ran be bad by digging ft few feet Over$x>and;14 ezcceng; '30..15 CCI$ "DENNEIT lO'QSE
-_ signs have been frequent and unmistakable Ne"* about Florida matter may-be knowrng his -acquaintances oo'tbae\tt., The land takeo Over 530 and not exceeding fao,}i.o_. :
thu session.In could notrefrnin1\'olu'.tidng him.their isbeing Over 540.anti nut<\cceiijn.$ o.fI. s. : j'J..A.
throughout PORT ORANJE
: :-1 15i What May be Done in Florida. the' last Congress tbe'Confederatesbore helped. by.such- a.counter irritant. friendship it.uut lbeirvthulo, heart: Hi* ck vapidly oo.the eastern/side; still there .Ja- 'fWe.Januu-y: j.I&1i.S. A1)b.. ..r ta\K" ,

:t Why not raise Cru\t\ and vegetables t themselves i quietly. Tbe tono. anJ : intf' .itY'iW1tS unquestioned\ and ho was can b*f a f-w homesteads Ie'taken there. Sy MRS, I EN ETT &MRS.TU DIS

tt 'f be dried for market"ard thus save monel temper of Lamar's: eulogy of 'Mr: suni- Direct Trade Between Erigfand and tte al ways'}lo, kVtl}'' to. ai a moAh l 'of princi There'U. largt>". amount" oflamlaUha very tk\ w.VtWrs1I %"CfJ cheap,,at, KIJC.K."SY .M Yfjly *,receive cit'. 5'comfo
t and ncr seemed a fair exponent of their Mississippi Valley. lOur pIe. Anion::: hia.-ieo-workera he was taUy tvrn&hcd throughout and h capatte orac .
loss iu position
p. and command -
: f t transportation Their conduct toward the Republican universally,beloved: .Ft"wue moro : northern'and, s ut1e'n'enJ, : comms4etn*94 g-eti No patS will be spcLss1Z.c'ry WI

H.'i f 1 I a remunerative market P This is a qucs side of the House ourrietl with- las'tEnglish.: //iles bring r us n report thought ot t 'h Everett ChamoorliuInlcrO .- of tho)lke uiento ott, and the who J g'd.AT' ,UUIL'.tl'XN'u e tQ iaros..
:t i f lion wo have often asked in vain, and it it traces of an admission that Jliey hold of an addres.!, delivered before a "- <' lI I,: "-' ' western side'JasiJHopentc: : entry, :Whii ''I: 'k Q, HM1LL.. S shuc' '

4 special nicvtjngot'.the Maqche tcr Chamber .. _._ _-_ IP'lr. __ ... BENNETTFos
i one of tho greatest possible i importance seats in Congress through' the forbearance "- .M' not as rich as tho eastern/ye.& U' good L1ZA

.; in a State where fruit and vegetables and magnanimity' ot a- great gov Worrnll of Commerce the by the, lion'direct Thomas .State 1 ,NewaIcAssA1LCotTr. and ,well adapted to i tropical! l.ftuitsiwit'U _i /-.tin MY Sn\&t.l\1IItv lA_cJ. 'cQj' ka 'oscr'a.rf.Jac. oiiviIJe.C* Port 0.
H' ernment. This i 'condition has wholly on suijVet.of trade ijeeks, aditc panics pkasaixt Sfl
; ; q 'H ft.A.. a ':c once two
of all kinds be I ;
can so raised. bctwei-n Great Britainand a reasonable amount of .
easily changed, and now scarcely day paSses the Mississippi ftrtdiiz5. safe focrrine* fQ. vnchmg that place. Uomfcrt
I : In reference to this we 'have Valley The speaker maintaineJ! TillNonTIl 1otNr.-'rI \sttn1ship 1 will'raise anything welll, Thereis ''Y YACHTS q. ;e9 .4 1o ''w nk.I"n 2ply:
maU'ea and never an hour during political debate th North Tuint nrriveearly' yct t rthmorningfruNey I INTrwurrEuAu4. .' >. s." t SH h,
:. already.called attention to the "AldenProcess" that course and. insulting remarks that people or the Stiitx'/s'walerecl'bj; York ia ( greymps3 draping our trees and giving Come Bay ansi Uoga..st ee.jt k.onvaJle..
the Mississippi, as largo a population us ; % Curt Uoyai. .BOATS .'; $ -pwe <) i eo. d lI"'rtUJW i
I so I perfect in its works, and about orlheni' "men, arc not heard on that ofjEnglaDd; >. find themselves 1 n> As stated 'oSiHftst' ii-nc i feho take's the funeral! aspecttoour, farests1thero is i iQ.(1. the Democratic" side of bd 'chamber.: % ; --
place of the wrecked Mediator. She -- ---
only objectionable from its cost; and The North itself duced to a state of commercial dependency is no malaria: jiere. and I bincerely\ beiieve I, STE'AM YACHtS. .

BOW, u tho dried fruits were exhibited: times'! *. may* *prepare. The 'signs, for are,stormy many upon practically ,foreign' : ports ji'good'no' A0Jlnj'\carrying? a boat.as the latter, but has it to be the healthiest spot L Iu the United I .' t : ; ibppRTSMENAVD
*t the State Association the such as New York, IJoston, etc., not be- capacity arid l good ae- '\YUh tti.PfPl; '.n ChfnCt : wlit bh.r of
and significant that in States/ As far 1 "loam insectsare AVDTOURIsTs
extdng. general rallying cry cause they had no ports themselves' but com odiitipns,i ..P1'uito"*" JaJ, Dumber of as can any nixe,from 15 to ann Gct : Ca.1t.and get my prkes.NEW ,
admiration, we dlr to call.,'atten- the next House will be-Thu South to ( passengers. not as'plentiful as upon the St..Johns .
because their
true position, was to little > I iS-FOOT YACHT *\
thu front Will
lion ) flod"g.i fcoar. aad other accommodation
to the DUKE.-Tho '
THE tAutiitiL; river the troub- "'
mosquitoes" '
understood abroad. Aftf-r whaling ; being most
'qnoting statistics '
.And.Uie, Buffalo. Express gives; qr\ Ii& : ", : if nasciuiWe prices at
( : ?! .. .30 .
the immense .schooner.AdmirUl .Blake.' ,
"CLRKSl'1 CKn"RSt FKUir as to 'andrapid Capt; Icsome and they are only so a few weeksin : '

_.f iI Ills superior 'to ai others In its DuE sim- ance to the same apprehension and growth of the States in. ,the Mississippi IIatb\\"ayj ''which red fini, ;his P.1rtsumu 'mid'summer;:and as,thercountry: ;setties TO CONTRACTORS ;AND' BUlUi ,, JAMtS. : M,, FOKP'S.

( I plicity'and 'coi !'andoptoratlunV 'alarm, and among other. things, sounds Valley in population and Id produce, he i ,Ji;)weeks sincu for the whaling ERS., : i RQSE\''OOP. PAL3VJETJO STATION.
is'ct ltrcion thealitrmiis'folldws' ; 1 : challenged one to shov.hyasinn-Io I l" (nb'wlyiug Having completed .extensive. twrni11 in connec- .
I 1ho Al drier will pound of cotton should to New TOTK ing for'whuTes':"' "" the)'do in every'coantrywherer'tfiere is lion with my former one, I am prepared / 'all A> G &W.I.T. Ca'. R, R., p i-ifes froo* Ccdaf If the Democratic l.boascendency' go kind, .
partly ,acquires, of fii hing material such as IVackets,EatIL e. X
I cost $2.5OOuicoustruct, thp machine, in. the nation i there 'is' 'no except perhaps, for borne.eonsUUlption j ". ' $.5OO and even this should to Boston 'Experienced''heAvy'trbathe'r1: this lastmohlh" 1 : flooring PlanedTongucdand Grooved and Beaded if on the borders of the celebrated
rnore for and
a twp or hreebufldkg go
6tc/ry power, except that of tbcr useand more or.Icss,wiod.blowing which i makes desired. Weather liuard*.Ikvcled or Square Edged.
In which to operate "it, and. ( I columbiad, that can prevent tl( 'froai'reversing -' notto, NewYork: 'Thexcormnqreo: 'Qf 'On"'lhe19th" n'd 20'b,, heavysluftoiiroutbeat I \them,.scarcepq thejcl: ;;ared places.. Dressed -or Rough as desired. Plank of alt sizes, GULF. HAMMOCKAbounding
the and its in latitude 29M2' either flrcc4 Rough in .
1 the 'aod conceding l the Mississippi 20,000 miley4f { or any p ntity Door and
for tho policy
$1,0: five right :to wo i it, making right'(,'seccssioni' Vhh our correspondent tributary streams was 'now already longitude-79? 21'. Amount of oil sameas :Talk to any:man bere who*liaa been Window In a word.Caaing everything(ickiu in the ef 'lumoet1 every and line any the pattern.builder in all Hnd. of,pile wd has.W. bet*

My four or tbduaand1Qljjrs Outlay w j 'ask; 'Aro .the' ;''people t !'of this three times as greaj as 1e.eltIe) ; foreign last reported.;Fernanflina Q6seuer.SUWANNEECOUNTY. so fortunate'a3'to,: secure. a homestead, wants* My :Machine a,? ,all'ricwand! of the lateM overrun'Those by looking hunters.for
begin, while-) the Clarkson will 'cost fli trade 01. tHe'conntry,-!tht htvone would patterns and are used ly sVilled workmen.; Call and
t blake such risk
country ready a about '
sellingoui; he would. laugh'atybtf satisfy yourselves ai u price before-purchasing else VEGETABLE LANDS
not,uot to exceed. 2,50; p cIuiiiuI1a.! ;, I: And, in the! great\ 'north-west;. the venture-, predict what.i.i U ,would ,betwcnty..flvti We' clip tho follo'wlng:' from the Live ."Tj ct iels this where.. I guarantee aiiiictionia. workmanship. as SUGAR ORANGE OR
; drawback present wtlr .
( ; years hence. _u present, at } s'ty.Ofmaterlat. fInJ'it Vnterest take loot before beat.
: 'and ihc' Will to their to a
i light to'uso it. I'L' 'I.J 1\ 1
log One .
\ -
b 'm' -- Chicago Jntor-flceanj pne of d the truest. for want uf' 'ati 'est bnsh'ed 'means of v..1\.J H/A.. 1 it is'Inconvement of ac'pess;but.;.;tram -JO-. iALE .,WA I.4CE. hK ekewhere.-s the Gill Hammock Lands are un.d

: A ebinewihl. te .capable of turning out most, decide\% and ablest 1 comuipaicaUon with theinexhausU6levresources ,,..The trains ouJhe ,Atlantja & : 'htedlytheklCHEST IN fLQRinA. .f t.
Republican cheap Europe, ": Jpulf ;aj"pt, 'less.t6ari two".miles, l or .acanalof ; Fine CaMfmere Shirts,sty U-h auJ dyrable,at Bucky'sF.CC Mail and Express- train passing w'" ytaT "*"*
: trom twenty to tlry. bushels ,of crude In the1 whole! has (for of tiia 'region Railroad from Savannah""are "crowded\ ; : stops at the home ._ .
,/ t papers country, could not bo ,k .lhf: ,p.:.. /-,1 ,.' 11... ,: ,:' .. ,. ibe:a'me: jettgiu wou d give"us! easy, Rosewood. Levy C.,ila.,.De?, J**
as they lobe
I ,4 fri.rld.S, .mlllinc'J one hundred months been excrthig1\ J Jtf .wholS 'force,in and hb'cited vases in TVhich'graln ought I every day with .passengers,. .and more rapi4Conimunicatjoua, ., steamers which} H : qR. ; '" \., .I. .,,.w4sw. .

j. -. bushels according to the character of the .arousing: l ,the general l' mind, to')thtrpro- had actually been ..burnt for fueU. .MrJ: i visitors are hero this: season" 'thi n'V'r c can ply.pn ,tho Indian i River :cap, come '; 11QUSg-,

4 i Jruit. The greater amount. of moisture lOund gravity,of the political t:,shuallon. WorrAlUtu.'n proceeded t',-ehpw,that-tI'e ''b >l lorev> ,_3teryvonewith 'whom we have9nrffse4eernedveitpleasedwitb to the rapids.within less than.two',miles I "' Successor'to Htila and.,Skin, tusi'neis:of ,,.", JELLONVILLE
i the 'dJI.l 'I J ,i') 2 ..llt ; ; :'HJ tIO ;: t

J in the. fruit" or.jrrgitabTe the) longr, dOe ; Ltthe: 'RCIuicftna.'IdCh> : :.S atlD/ American'.out ot C(1lO t the soil could in which'not" talce tbcfr management of the A. & G. Road. orLak; ..iVorthi. oralittlo labor in widen* ,....L'. '..',>j ,11., .H.CROWELL...,. Jo.. .. ., (.\OJ .:,.>.,V';,.Qo', .r.}: ",; J '. '.. ': t '" '
.i :'atpjq.cjfijwrati; J }, J .U.t. UH. t.bo]Jn1on tOe'up their! ] n.c.i f !qjv m9pu they hall : COUNTY JIA.jr&i .
: straightening'tha : ORANGS
1 l placed it and apply It. )[ Kennon of this h s.'p ing present channel af y"'ii i fei 1 Corner Bay od.Oceastreef-' :! ..MELLONYJLL.
't.opurposes.bf r.
+ ,. IDore effectually ant prCecty. df nr. to do thclr) >:whole duty.-quiet tbd-dis- co'ntm'ertx. 'The instanfthey took{ 'their tecWd, Improvement, on place his, machine through the saw-grass, would brink navl t'1b ; ?t ._rfj x&fij'jtl! +iu.&pi !IS { I, ffH'',fJ' r 1t _: Mi" tJ.- ", <\.'"' '.,.... '. ST

; : ,, ,;,-'.VApples. quince, pears peaches, berries 8eD tons which have neutralized their capital out of the, soil they had nothing for hulling rice, and will soon commence Cation within two hundred .yards of Wu Highest tlr cash pricce paid for hides, Skins 7"18Iw'7 Furs ..,5"'l..< .. '{ T ILHlTPOPV' ,,
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CITY NEWS. _. The Atlantic Coast Line. Duval County Bible Society. Descending, to the earth the visitors That WAshng'Machine.. AX EXCELLENT HOMESTEAD,FOR,SALE _MISCELLANEOUS.J .

This popular route baa ne-rcr been inbetter On Sunday evening last, this valuable were courteously bidden farewell by We presume'there Las been more time, I offer my homestead wkh.If desifed.fwv,three ot
n n lIOnNZNG.l1arch favor with the McDonald wbo four acres ofxQouung lead the wbot BOW act with Ox
traveling Mr. commenced '
public organization held its annual meetingat to money and profanity expended on washingmachines .
t seedling oranges the only reuo br euuic being 1I01.1.1.D."r.
3. 1e7. than at this time, and we are pleased to St. Paul's Church-where after the customary -smoke [more furiously than ever from than upon-almost: any a pecuniary Inability to improve the pU as it J.n'... J 1. -

observe that its managers are displaying religious services, reports,show- the large window in front of his castle, other mechanical contrivance now in existence Forty or fifty'of the orange trees will mdoubttdly bear -",*' A1- -HfAm ANb

The Savannah Advertiser. their usual enterprise and liberalityto ing the position; of the Society, and its as Le .nquired, Vflow do I look in ;"and, we are sorry to record, in ia chalice the coning the,eio ,The whole place ooen CrsMtaM the best JEWELER

Mr. C. C. Rankin, agent of this very secure the comfort as well as to retain labors for.the/ifast year i werejnade by, frame 'on AVasLington's I birth day i about,'999 v cases .In.IJPl, the, labor, hotel with spadoos vicinity grounds of JacksoDvul,or fcra drcW Sara of friend ; tv,

called on ns yesterday. the good will of the great public. the Treasurer and Don't I inake a ni (picturd" Wd *' who wish 'Cin.aadB.Sis..1
excellent paper, ,Secretary Depositary. i. money the profanity have expended .to fcve vkiniry, ,at the grounds wiO easiry < i ta
b makinff a business tour I in tne interest The monotony of a long journey, entirety all of which were accepted and'approv- Returning homeward the steamer in vain, Jot about that proportion I admit of sab bviskM mto Wee or Saw private scsidciscc.la ,,_JACKSONVILLE..no 4 "

He of the Advertiser, through our by rail, has too often been felt,by all ed, after which: several ,addresses were stopped Yellow. Bluff, or'J' -enkinsviUe. 'of these machines Lave utterly failedto i, a wholesome and every way J.desirable S. ADAMS.lecality. -- w-tO.-- -. :.:,-

State aDd we tale pleasure iu commending travelers, to be dwelt upon by us, hence made by distinguished gentlemen present as some tourists will call it,wh'ere plenty j g ivesatisfactio. to the 'enterprising I GREAT___EXCITEMENT New. Jewelry, Clocks, Wa : ,; #

him to our citizens.Duvai the pleasant variety and relief of a and a collection taken,np for the benefit of pure spring water and beautiful buyers. We are, reminded of past experience Over.the.pol"itbI' canvass, bat greater':ovcr'ldch'fsplendid -' es. ,Diamonds,'Plated aac- ., ,

change from cars to the magnificent of the ca.u .>1'h ,Society i ben' proceeded flowers 'were-., obtained., One or two by seeing at J. L. Burch's anc- assortment cfgrocrri a. .lrI -- Solid Gold and Sil "

County Horticultural Society. steamers of the Bay Line, cannot be too to elect officers for the current middle aged gentlemen 'suggested that ticin tore the Revolving:Globe Washing FUKNITURE.Jost .

The regular monthly meeting of this highly commended. The new drawing- year, as follows: Preridcnt, Bon Win. just a little drop _of f something stronger Machine, which seems to promisethe receiving from 'the schooner ..overT verWareetc.:7:

Society will occur at the Office of the room cars on the Coast Line Road will A._McLean; Vice Pr'tli :. C. B.Wilder than pure'cold',water might not be out relief 80 long called for. This machine Thousand Dollars worth.( tUft.1a BK va- DIAMONDS PURLS AND RK---4

,. Land Agency this P. M., at 2 not fail to meet the warm approval and ;- Secretary, Jonathan.C. Greeley ; of place but the chilling response ,of simply'a sphere formed of bent ricty and styles a*wilt sdt the dMkasxb of J. at ClOtS STONES SIT is ;"".'", .
Florida Northera prices with freight added Call and FINE COLD.Imiiltl :
o'clock. liberal patronage of the public. Treasurer' ,A., M. Jones; ,Depositary, "none to be had nearer than Lyma'aI,' ribs-of'Hard wood drawn+to'gtther at the lee.at the old stand,south side of Bay, street between txam- 'fI.a

others Dr.t., Evcritt will occupy "'l; odor lIar ridge;'};". satisfied them,Wt the GoodTTTernpTare axis, where they are held by iron heads. Pins and Laura invent JacksoavUk. 0wI

Among short time with the Chemistry ofOrange Weather Report. The services then closed with the sing- had.been 'that, way as well as the late The mode of operation; is.to roll the articles I3Gt( C. O. 1.1,_.. I /', ifescgr*.. tIIIt/ .dFtI'7

s iog. A lull attendance is Daily and monthly mean of barometer ing of the Doxology;'and a benediction Internal Revenue Collector and the subject 'to be wash dinto. loose roll. inside IT WILL MAKE YOU LAUGH. artistic E.grtnl tI..u inan :c' m
gro" : .mmmtr. .'
for transaction of business of im- and,thermometer, monthly velocity by Rev. W. H. Dodge. Much good has was dropped. hardly _worth talking of which are put several wooden Just received at Betteliars Restaurant.K uses fine .i

hoped of wind, and amount ,of rainfall, with been accomplished by this, Society during -about. -'< ] halls. The tub is.then filled about half imported.oU Topal' Sherries; 5 cases imported Hua.gariaa ;'l1.'.
Toby f cases Swiss Yerwouth Swiss ,k'
5 a cases
port1Luce. -S.--- the prevailing direction of wind for the the past year. : ,TLe pleasanttrip! towards the' city ofJicksonvlllethe full, of ,hot,water-- .and- -the, crank. set in Absinthe no'cases-Szuteme. ,Constantly; on banf the Standard; _time by Chronometer .
Bottled Lager Bier. month of February 1875: .. merry songs thai float motion,"when the rev biting of- the globe deCooos Scoppernonj Wine.vinted at Chattauoocheeby .1 ,'. rated by tra DS1e'' '., !S

,1 The writer was under the necessity Mean daily barometer, 30.184; mean Launch of the Steamer David Clark. ed over the-water, .tLe-cheerful,. hearty keeps the articles_ ,jm continual motion ,Got Martin." .5.13 tf': .- observations.Cocvroaua ;: ; .

Using for a time a mild stimulant and, daily thermometer, 55.4; mean daily At half past one o'clock on Saturdaythe laugh as jokea.fterjol.e passed throughthe washing with the least possible friction. -. ...METEOROLOGICAllRECORD.Observation : .. I. ;'J.f .1 : idW -

tonic, and by adiice of one in authority humidity 70.1; highest barometer, 30.- new steamer David Clark, named in rowd, will not be forgotten by anY We think this machine! has unusual taken:at'7 A.* ,....- ..s,?.. ':I 'AG8rr_ft.c.u-"ri Bo&;;'1 a
Co's St.-Lonis bottled a I I that .were" Aboard'fora great advise those daily by die l&aI Service 1:S.Army hi this day.e .
ft 562 lowest Connecticut many merit
tried Anthauser I barometer 69-993 Loner of the great 'philanthropist pr/ and wBo may require = .-, J8 J9 ''W&'ICL."i .ar

,. beer, sold' by Bacharach: & Co., in Union i monthly barometric range; highest temperature who has been such a warm long years to ome; "and, firmly believing such an article *to :call and look it 8 f ST 2Wind.. E.Feb : If*

building. This beer is really the best 820; lowest temperature, 32; friend to the colored race: gracefully that a'. rip down-the .!Tf'r is ore of over. Mr. T.:,E.._Hewett. the agent, r "- .i ? | i II Very stylish' .ncs' Hats at BUCKVSpRESH : -. ;.:

article of its kind we ever have used monthly range of temperature 5)0; glided into the water, ut the shipyard of the best ways by which tourists can enjoy will be happy to give any explanation .815- I!! i? ill'f, i r ii

daring our residence in the South, and greatest daily range of temperature, Capt. Jacob Brock, at the foot of. ,Catharine -! themselves, we suggest to them that or exhibit the working it. Sati793o.U I i 6a.M 7* Calm? .i csoo I I Clear I ARRIVAL >, --"

we can heartily recommend it to those 31; mean of maximum temperatures, str et, being duly christened "ship by reporting themselves on board the Sun.. at 7 3033 51 79 N Gentl .. dear ',

who may require such a beverage. 65.1; mean of minimum temperatures, shape and Bristol fashion," by Purser good.steamer Silver'Springs! :they will ATLANTIC COAST PARTMENT.LINE-PASSENGER DE. .. 9 sJo.33 0.1. 634NFT&t 57" NE Gentle 0.00 ojoo Oca/Clear OF NEW AND FASHIONABLE GOOD."', f,

.. {.. secure to themselves about as much personal Mon.sa 7 o.sz 61' SB Fresh ooo Clear p >
; mean daily range of tempera Joseph II. Taylor of the Steamer Florence WiuuncTOir N. **
ti. C,March i lt.1(75. 303 fl5SE Brisk ooo Fair CENTLEMENS-FAL AND WINTER..WL&2.rnacu ,
Postal Cautions. tures, 18.7; total rainfall, 8.93 inches; who stove a bottle of champagneupon com fort as can well be compressedinto The attention oC the North-bound Travelers B invited 9 30.04 73 71 SW- Gentle non Fair -;: .

Tbe cheapness with which articles are prevailing wind, N. E. ; total number of the flag-sLaff he announced, one short day, and be fully satisfied to'the fact that coaaa ',March the, .'1875,entirely T_" ;.j7 t 'DOS 30.01 67 83 '90 49 S SW Fresh Fresh 0.00 ooo Fair Fair FRENCH. ENGLISH. Gn1Ii.vrrA.LI.

: transported by mail, is tending abuses miles traveled, 4,767; maximum velocity name by which the craft'would in futurebe with o their pleasure"trip... new JOT the Parlor service and and, Drawing-room'furnUbeJ: with,Can due,built regard expressly to- Barometer corrected'tor temperature and elevation AND.AUDUCAN FABRICS.tVC .' ,: ,-,. .

of the privilege, and it will be well for of wind, 24 mIles ,per hour; number known, hailed and registered, amongthe < comfort and elegance will run oa all daily'trains betweca1 > MARINE INTELLIGENCE. AS ':J.

aH to retueml that the transmission, 1,1.clouds' days other than those on sea-faring men everywhere.One Lock ,Your Doors. .Wilmington. N. c., and Porumoutn, Va., Io FINF. BROADCLOTHS. CASMMERES.EST.INGSANDGENERALFURr4ISH1NG: :
direct the nagni
which rain fell 3 number of "An of is worth communication with f cent,steamers of, ARRIVALS AND tActsAr1Itg PORT Or '- -.
u merchandise, by mail of glass, poison ; days on hundred and fifty-one feet in ounce prevention a the Bay Line. -
l liatibestorcof .
or perishable articles that may injure which rain or snow fell, 10. length, the David Clark is said to be the pound of cure," i is on old, but most valuable Seats or compartments can be secured by telegraph JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA.ABUTTALS.. T I.itf" .it

lavr. Offences .- that our citizens will du to the undersigned; ,or by application to'conductor J. BARATIER. ..
.the mail h., is .pri.Iibited by t largest Craft ever launched at this port. March 1,str.City Point,Fitzgerald.Charleston.CUAJIAMCIS. .,.z 'J i.

of thN kind, or the sending any More Water Needed. The Steamer can accommodate seventy- well to remember, and just about. this upon Augusta night Railroad.Staicrocins trains north. upon Wilmington- Columbia & Merchant Tailor. 4'

untie matter in a p-ircel purporting to The lime is not very far distant when five people with state rooms, and has time of the year, housekeepers cannot and berths upon the Bay Line steamers Feb.Feb.ay.rj sch.sch.Eliza Victor.Bennett.Fouard.Bennett.Putt Orange Port .Orange- 'il-i- m Laura Street,just JACKSONVILLE.above Bay Street. FLA' :: ii''

be merehandi-e subject* the sender to a full supply of pure, fresh, wlterz.will been licensed to carry one hundred and be too careful in seeing that their doors caD.be secured by application to conductors of day Match Feb. 17.i.str.sch.Dictator Mary A.Vogel 1 rainur, Cbarle, Asluns.1Oa. Portland.. it

conviction and fine lor a penal offense. be an imperative neccsity to all of our fifty-one passengers. In less. than a and windows are secure before retiringfor trains upon the Wilmington & Weldon Railroads. ,or March s.sch.H.J. Potter,Anderson.Philadelpata. Fine black dress coats and Lacy aeck wear at uckjiFOR .
by telegram to undenigced.
Letters once delivered from a post- citizens, aud the sooner that initiatory month the boat will be running from the night, and that no article of any A. POPE. .' :

office require to be stamped before they steps are tak n the better will it be for .Jacksonville to Enterprise and Palatka, value is by any carelessness left out 3 3 im General Passenger,Agent FIRST NATIONAL BANK SALE. : ': ** .

can forwarded. the interest of the city. Old fashioned crowded with freight we hope and proving doors. -MASONIC' r OF'FLORIDA1: The Lease and improvement'on two City Lots. la

----- wells are all well! enough in their place, a most sucee ful venture to the own- For several night past there has been The members Dnval Lodge,No. 18 F. &A. M., J 5 5JACKSONVILLE.. the ioWa of Larflla- about JI'm
A Change of Operators. but there is something more needed er. In charge of Capt. R II. Stutrt, very good cause for complaint. We are hereby notified to meet at the lodge room precisely ONE-HALF MILE FROM ACrSONV1u.'J..O.
know of citizen Laura at nine o'clock this morning lor the purpose of attend- Tit tnfy NIJ/.nu SomJk in tftration ifa Ok*Stole. The place is fenced ia with board fence sU feet
Mr. John Coyne the oj erator of the than this and sooner or later people with Mr. Charles Johnson to assist himas one living upon a '
the funeral oTour late brother.:T.S. Barclay. high contains a 5
Western Union Telegraph at this place will find it so. We ought to have water Mate, and Mr. John Courier ns Engineer street, who Lad his entire woodpile, axe t"C; -Per Order of the W.M. Exchange on'iortherDpOiflUbOugbt Savannah and New York, sold, ,and Es.ch.ange.caI1 HOUSE, STABLE GOOD WELL

for the pat three years has been ordered in llenty c\'crywhere. To say nothingof the Steamer will soon becomeone and all, carried off during the night, and March 3. 1875. : .. tURREXT. RATES., And about thuuseud '. '
to Jacksonville and left yesterday a
the of hotels and of the most popular.upon the river. others we know of groan over the loss '
for his t. During his protractedSlav requirements our STOCKHOLDERS MEETING. _
All of the work this beautiful of valuable exotics, orange trees etc.. :
here Mr. proved himself boarding houses the and upon
Coyne ,
tax-pryers Notice is hereby given that a Special Meeting of the Foreign, H_. Frura. one to six years old. WB be sold m cheap.
perfect man ol business, as well as a householders should see to it that cisterns craft speaks volumes in praise of the industrial which have been carried to parts unknown Stockholders of the Jacksonville Gas Light Co.will be Joust CLACK Esq. '
Hoe F..El SmmnY; A' MeL... E. ALSO A GOOD BUGGY
fine cl \'tr. sociable gentleman. He of and while the owners were sound held at the Office of the Seerttanr of the Co.on Saturday -
are dug in various directions, of resources our city, Capt. PHILO .!. Esq., C. A. FAIBCHILD, tsq In further olH.
made himself very popular by his strict Brock deserves credit for the I I asleep. .the I3th day of March, 187$. at 11 A. M., M SAM'L RBMISCTOX Esq., DAJlOK Gaeziu.ap q.* running order. For particulars enquire- ;
ami his large capacity, for the salvation of property enterprise W. C. SQVIKXS, hq. W.U. Bamna,Esq.
attention to duty agreeable manners adopt the necenary:measures to provide wars and :.. STEETSKAMP, ,, ;-
; and we do not know tint we ever in the event of fire. At this time he has displayed.A We Lave abiding faith in a thoroughbred means to change the present Rosin. Works. to Coal Gasworks September 35.18744 n-4-iy .
had an operator h 're who was more uni- the St. Johns river is the only chance large crowd assembled to witnessthe bull dog, who prances about our ,without delay. IM JIll ,Or at the office of the NEW SOUTH.L

>'en>alli liked. The egret is general at jor our firemen to secure a supply' of launch, and we are pleased to state. premises from dark till day-light, and H. H. HOEG. Secretary. NEW' ADVERTISEMENTS.
his ( what is loss is I Jacksonville Fla., Feb. 34111 1875.. tdinATTHEWESTEND7 -
departure, but : our that not the slightest accident. marredthe stands ever ready to help' anybody who t-rj F".ne Business Suits at BU XY"S.J
water. ,
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Jacksonville gain.-Floridian. i.; :
.. wishes to forage us during unseasonable PROCLAMATION.ifAYOR'S .
pleasure of the occasion. upon : ',.' )
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Charming Weather. ... hours, but others may not possess .H.,chrellbKzJ,'PlI'prictM,will' be (bund the choicest : } OFFICE IMPORTANT TO EVERYBODY. I
Florida Curiosities.
The tourists certainly had somethingto '. An Excursion to Mayport.On such a friend and such people will liquors in the-rit,: Imported Bass Ale,Choice Milwaukee JACKSOKTILIJI, FLA.. March ist.287$. .1. -., ) _iJ _
Those of our Northern visitors in Bottled Lager Beer,Ale. Belfast Ginger Ale, Notice is hereby given to'the q..JaJificd'dectors of the '
talk about on Monday last, if the Tuesday evening last, we returned keep a double-barrelled shot gun, well and wines of all kinds. 'Senppernong Wine,a prime City of Jacksonville that the Annual Election for city If yon w&h a genuine article in die way 'Cigars
search FkridaeuriosAtzesto take home
(from brief excursion to and loaded, "a present help in time of article lor invalids far officers Jor said city will be held 011iioNri.n ',; ::.1
weather was the subject for consideration. a Mayport very a specialty. Liquors country Wines.Uquots.&c..roIDf .j'

with them, cither as mementos of their While their friends at the North Pilot Town, Laving joned: a party of trouble." If one or two of these foragers trade" and Ii CunQyose" .constantly, on, S hand.- -l5tf I THE FIFTH DAY OF APRIL. t,1875. I- ". ... : 3.LTOCN1- 'r .:-

visit, or as presents to their friends, will who could be made 'take the back track I hours of 8 o'clock and of said I : :.' ._ "
were complaining! bitterly of the in- Northern tourists, left this city onboard I BUY YOURSELF A HOME.; Between the a.m, sunset .
do well 1 to call at the rooms of Mr. clement season, they had the pleasureof the cosy little steamer Silver with a good charge of"slugs* ia the seat A VILLA-SIT on St.John'i river is o'iered for sale. day, for the following offices; ;-- ';;

Gregor, on Duval street a few doors One of the most desirable places ia the vicinity of Jack One Mayor. : /, : ;' : : 1.
finding the thermometer standing at Springs, whereof, as the 1nspeior'scertificate to their unmentionables, it might, and One Clerk. If you wish to take recreation ia a good game
aaviUe, containing at actcs.-.a5uua S acres ready for City shiBJlianb.
west uf the St. James Hotel. Mr. Gr in the shade and finea E. W. Jones id mailer. probably would determine them to avoid One Assessor. to J-B TOGNl'S Saloon.Bay street.,
ninety degrees as says dinting.( ,For particulars,apply!. .at,the counting-room One Collector. ." :" go, _. t
gor makes a specialty of gator teeth, breeze blowing across St. Johns river We had a delightful.trip'made a great all such. speculations! in -future.- ( -:Our- of THE N W SOCTH.; 4->5tf One 1'reasorer., I : I, -- ', _. .' il.J S0 J

eilher carved or plain, mounted as sleeve all of the as deal more enjoyable ,by "the unvarying city has not policemen enough to 'protect -I One NincAAdcrizcn.City Marsha ,
over every part city anyone I, FREE LUNCH. -, i J-JO
buttons, pins, studs, chaims or elegant could ask for. courtesy and attention of Capt. Jpue ,. )iie i b9i ,;andjal: citizens can do, 1 EUnck is the name but fat blank is the place Fresh By ordinance passed by Cry Council approved by Imported Basa*,Ale oa draught Call,far*,*it at J.B

vinaigrettes, and we think, has no superior The streets were crowded with pedestrians who certainly makes hosts of friends is to protect their property as best they Philadelphia and Milwaukee Lager Beer on Draught. the Mayor March.ist. 1873.'the votes will be cast by TOGNI'S at tLc MetropoGtaa Billiard Salooavjf
Free lunch( till o'clock. Thc best of liquors Wrds and no person will be.allowed to vote unless
this line in this rom u i .
'tion. He has
in se and as for carriages, there really; !very,season fly a professional courtesy may., Sbpuld they neglectsto do" so, only, aq at "Henry'RetreatBay street west of registered in the ward in which be lives. -. ; ". ,t"5"31&
also a fine assortment of sea beans wTIl Lave but them The Books of Registration are now open at the City .. .
Their which seems as natural to him as it is to they no one to blame Laura. tf' 5.---- 1 : %} *{
seemed end ibem. "
worked no to occupants : _ _ .n-s Hall,in charge of the Cty Clerk from 9 a. m.to 3 p.. Boots aDd Shoes.Kat and durableat 2UCXYS.
in a similar manner. '
up Judging seemed determined to enjoy life to I breathe. selves. Thesooner, that pretty stealing UILDERS-AND CONTRACTORS Given under my hand and the Corporate Seal of the _
from specimens of Lis work which ; of the City,of Jacksonville.this the first day of March.A. . -
the WiII
fishermen is stopped better for all parties- of dressed :
the utmost, and from the pleased expression -i The various groups of as find a complete assortment lumber D. 1875. :
we have: seen, we feel certain that those I and uodreMcd.'tnouldings shingles,etc,at Ole Depot 3-3 tde PETER JONES.Mayor. JACKSONVILLE :
laid their nets r. _
of their features, we have no they patiently by waitingfor THE
Lumber Yard. Orders be delivered
who fine to at on --r
appreciate work and wil- : -
are ,
doubt of the success of their endeav- a big haul ; the.oyster boats, laden In Short. the Rhrer receive especial attention. *-' NEWS ., :
ling to : a reasonable therefor I GOOD
pay price ,
down with delicious,bivalves; the thousands Address' LOOTS J. BRUSH. .
There will be a regular meeting of :
will hardly: fail to find suitedto : >! So1l
feoniethiug ors.The FROM THE OLD NORTH STATE.THE
birds diving i in
their reputation of our magnificent climate sea every conceivable the JEtna Steam Fire Engine Companynext 'NOTICE. '. m

wants.: is becoming world-wide, and when direction after their food, and Thursday evening. Punctual attendance ,&'CXY.wul pledge to scU Clothing,Gentlemen's Underwear. CONCORD. SUN '.$,:TABLES, -- .. ,.

-- --- these tourists retnrn home they inn describe the cool, delicious sea breezes separately is required. J f\j Blankets,Overcoats,Ctoaki.Talmas,Coverlets .., ',J-_. ;. ..' : rl:
: ,Trunks Valises Silk and Fur Hats,and myriads _" TAR HEELS living in. this! Slate
Candy Manufacturers. I the they Lave enjoyed.; engaged thu attention of .the party on c.. 1I j_ '_
advantages Las of other articles. too.. numerous to mention.at very lam
During the present season, the manufactured board, all of whom were in the" very i -non. Samuel Spearing been, /k;.;: ;" ." : il-14tf. Can be supplied with theCONCORD North Carolina News,Fresh every '- :o' Iilr.
week,by reading
i little recently confirmed hy the State Legislature ; . < '
\ different kiuds ol candy has Unsafe Building.The best of humor, each group Laving NO RING L0. "PRICES H :zEsTY1' ceis&lID' public s thai I KawBarcnaMrf
AS Collector of taxes for the county SUN the w IUknow HARTR1DGE STABLES,'pppnam
been a noticeable feature in our city and land its own peculiar i ideas of comfort. Why 1*.the motto at ltkh'. emporium.- so>at tfFAITH. the METROPOLITAN HOTEL aad have oa load
fact that a man owns a lot of will think Alike can, hardly Duval.. 4 .-. - l .- The only paper published in _..i
from all that we l learn those people not -
can engaged and feels anxious to build, hardly'authorizes -4' : *- : HOPE,AND CHARITY. CABARRUS COUNTY. A,VERY LARGE STOCK.OF HORSES. .ND
in the business bare made a good fragile be determined, yet It''is morally certain Happy, \-agner'is 'flighting The.JaV hut'oot least txind'by bn)ing groceries MULES FOR, SALE."t.. .
him to erect a structure so do not if they can avoid it ; hence He'has ajJBne fruIRich i ? ,IOI _A LIVE PAPER mil of local news,from, Cabarrus _*
thing of it, because their they Savannah this week. company.'and 1L '
especially t counties. r1 j ) : ,.
productions that it will scarcely stand by Itself, and suxroundiag (* ,Those desiring to purchase win Cad it M the5 M-
seem to be fully equal to that while the ladies talked lovingly oversomething ; being himself a host;we don't I BEST'BEEMN THE MAR ET.- vantage to r"f this unusually large aad attractive
and this is precisely what is being ESTABLISHED YEARS. all I bo i'I
am naamof
yet Stock adapted to aacs.
that should always be cutbias his Lappyt f-t : : fcl jf47j IbtTwuT be soTZTforTencents Pnwt. .' i. 1
brought from the North or elsewhere. becauseour doubt hearers are : per ; i hJtIi:
done all
over city. simply : while.tbree' flounces considered at the Famous Tennessee*Beef' Stall 7soofl cad o Only hon a year li.oo for six months. Postage '
Kaay of have was card Er Address ACOMPLETEOtThEtI0T.k.
our tllt Send postal specimen .
grocers supplied m- copy
city government havenot a fctrin-: -The steamer Silver Springs Laving the market. Also,Sausage Meat,90 cents per ptfund 'j

*bere l"u i"direct from the manufacturers gent ordinance against it. The law prevents something ample that unless way,it.it. was need for not a party be won or been-chartered by Ihe Russian Count, :.7 Fork.:. -15-cents' -pet- .pound.- 'C. S A i3tf rr. ; Editor and CHAS.Proprietor F.,Concord HARRIS.N.C.F0' 'BUGGIES, :PHAETONS,,-' AND*

pcft-rcnce to purchasing at a a man from putting np a solid at the .Grand N 9nalHotef'is. I OTHER CARRIAGES v"l
d&wce aad fci jJjU branch dered at that tbe'sterner sex, seated at now: :. ,PHOTOGRAPHS.. : SALE. : -_. .
way a new wooden building in certain'parts of the .cruising "nd down the St.Johniriverfor !
up '
tho bow of the knocked the future WOOD' GALUXT is astonishing the &, 11ll
ol l bdueUy iuu : steamer Mr. Stone at .1 the .tyliis.
us thatpxowid half interest Ia of the aust flourishing and ,
A *
sprung one productive
I up among city, no matter how Btrohg it may be, chances*of certain n'- political aspirants : a week or ten days. ;i natives! Vorhlag{ ,ever Wen In'" ;,.."Eke'li*fine ". > ". -I ..t" 3
to turn out extremely lucrative when he with walls GROVES FOR. LIVERY
but erects a building .ORANGE ERVIq.Ma
tt'e wtlsorne lie introduction of higher that Gilrdeoy,and decided -The Patrons of Husbandry.Lave become Pictures taken,--' at ,this- EstabtishmcBt.. It is really a ; ,: f. ;

/7 ctv irwje or calling Jjwjb in any of the thickness is times of a single more i brick, although nemine distentientes that tLe sooner cash a power in! the land. They are ttmftri U titftr Ptctura,everjtkixg new mmj nice, In, East. Florida. 'Far particulars. apply at this i.232R office which will Wfiiraihal. : .-fr9T .'

Planner add to future it ten dangerousIII pay ments in Lard currency was resumed, establishing,Granges all over.the State and the view of the SC Johns,as seen from the windows AT THE "SHORTEST .NOTTcZ"
our prosperity.Wi { the event ol a fire, no one can seen I ',;. : : .
the better "for- business 'everywhere.There rida. < i 'I well, iepyi a visit. '.' '"; ASONIL. .
cito ofFl .
we remeB her bow fond thild. other it ; M --We ., ; :..
v harm In it. Some ,day or than I ail and see specimens. R. L. WOOD. '

reD arc of streets, wo can bjit wonder mat be that ft good sweeping fire will is no better place the deck -The ladies 'of' the Bethel Baptist. 11021 __ __ ,: SOLOMON. .,LODGE+ -. SO.." 20. MOST REASONABLE tER1tS-!>
of steamer to draw,people out, and .
atthjs) bpfejnc.ss Las: not eprung into show exacfly bow dangerous these bulld-- a Church opened a1' fair .last evening at .' COUNTRY FIRMS PROMPTLY SUPPUED r' BcPw.1IICCti. first,and_third Wednesdays in.

tIiteo.e i Jggg before now*. Qur 1istt'ibbe ins rpally *re, and "han several lives ,upon a pleasure excursion, a', vast deal National: Hall, in order to help free the With the best Groceries in the Market by W.Rich. each*_tho GEO W. JONES. :,:Wf M1 G.'K BRITTAIN is"' ".n-r-i Am(
information can be secured by an observant sad MaJaIU.ud will always be bond at the Seises
.tjtJl the &ntcllrW. church its liabilities' for cash. e CHAS.C.TXnQTTt Secretary., _. _,1::. "
from of : J the
have been lost. then perhaps this style part -- ready to attend to all ansinrsa appenainiaa to establishment.
man determined to knuw some- "." CHAMPAGik3. t ._ C.. B* Mo-lJUINVISept.
-- of building will be condemned. In ." C ? ?? ; r; ; R. P. E. JOHNSON, HOMOOPATUIST tf.IARRIAGE
16.i .
of the 7- .
thing. -Oyster shell! pavements are cropping jUst received.:30 cases Imported Champagnes D :
Please Open a Hat Swrc.L other cities it would pot be permitted for brands ofMumm's, MOd & Chandon.Pomacry see). : ;
dinner' be in direction i mil over the Mitchell's building.
Mayport.. capital can._ u\ every Has removed his office to new > "iui
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single losUnt and ,hr"iQDJe one of Roderer. Delmonico's Piper & HeWsieck. Ernest north siSc of Bay street,between Newaan and Market SHOP. : .;
Tho ana who hires a firUrato locality 9 obtained at the residence of Mrs. Fatio, city:;. -The Sons of St. Crispin say it Illroy & Co,'Krug & Co.;U quarts.pints and half nearly opposite the Post Office._ sitiff0NSUIPTION 0 a
- the Board of Aldermen cannot bring ,
on Bay suand opens a fin class hat a short distance 'from thelanding and help:their business. mightilyEi.FatherMicbae1 ., pints,'far sale by the'case'or Sonle,at '. 'CURED. "GEORGE 11 LEA." ': :
this and Lave it acted upon,: J' : .
subject up RtsTAiatAirr.
tore IaBQTSLDII's ;
will .
make as good a speculation the ligbchuQse..bicJu everybody :.CARRIAdiA1F.R.
; our comprehension. ; ... lcM nus., of I _. 4
M he ever made in his life, and wo Lave passes, : are,sure.UM, 'J!H Immediately ,after they the diocese of Newark preached at High' ". PRIVATE BOARD.A c Tf tit Editor/1M.- ;S-sLSTSXMCO *- --' -- ICOR. -
of the Fire
members ADAMS
dteD *'o;dered why tome enterprising have dined ked off by Aldermaq Casey fcwT>eTS o can accommodated with good board : FRJCCD i L
Catholic Church in this .
the city .
know well that as soon as the woodwork -' Maw. at the subscrihrr at thecoroeV'of readers that hare JtJD" -t" :' $
tter has very: ia a quiet tauly-'applying to Will you picnic ia&rm your a TL ;
not long the necessity or :New York. wb ','
peen Albany, ie&rCl.irdu"
ago church' < .
,The well .
of one of these structures catches on Sunday last. was. Cedar DdEumi.:.is lotitive : r s H-
for each an egtabliALmcnt, Besides pois Is but a shade,less 'thau three Loutjred crowded and all were highly delighted ';i's d" WK.'OHl .Sial"', CURE FOR CONSUMPTION Win build ia fim-dass style.. Carriages. ,, EuQies., sad'''
be much
on fire it would as as a Light Wagoas. ,
Jhe profits resulting from th. sale of bats ,the whole 'vjeited the light- S .. "- : 'r r and all disorders of the Throat and Lungs.:and that by ,
party with the MYf i Repairing Beady done. Cnmrt and see B y werfc-
to the sermon.TLeIrJsh of
Md ; was worth, venture insido us use ia my practice.I have. cured hundreds cases,
cap already 12.de. we can well be- Louse where they were courteously received ,Just rcceJTad at Bcttcfiai's Restaurant to cases of *-: and will gJv "" ', <-" -s JIll-.

lieTe that a couplo of practical workmen wall. They would crumble and fall to: ,by Mr. McDonald, .the 'keepVr, ,.- Catholic; .Benevolent Society ccHent'Imported1 French brandy,pan es*.the vintage $Ioce99, FREE HOME.vniiw

tould be kept steadily employed io re the ground in spite of anything that who gracefully:reposing 'behind a 'huge Is steadily Increasing, J In membership l..m'aDdflso.nta, b-highly itcomaiciidcd" fcria-' for a case it wiO not benefit. ,Indeed,so strong- my A _
oould be dope to prevent it. and if the and Is accomplishing a great fealof ; ___ J_ 'tf fa.dI.l"m send $AMPLEFRKE.toany.sufferer I wiQ give, bunding insist the aew sown i/.
Wfwiziog silk his .
hats that hare-been damped briar-wood ppc.:: seemed to(be jlojng O addressing me. / "
by; explore to the rain.. Many ofthe reij hqt bricks, as they(elF did bring leyel beS IO pehibrate Washington's good lately.' ONLY CALL, Please snow this Jc1kr Many one Joe may kaov who ROSEWOOD .: :. !J JTaaayooewa : ;it ,
to grief jt woqUr be lit miracle nbar ,iine,and,be convinced thatOeaperBarjaiMCaa Is suffering CrtAa these diseases aDd obIi&c.'i' .
Ma .
somebody rs
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tourists who Tftt this State have iSpecial ., birthday, which.Ljd case. Las a pepuliar t.The boot-black board bf trade have -be tulne aa!withp a* -= *Faithfiilly- Yours. -' wiaiaiprvel(.. 'l l7tM
Indeed No bplldjng; sboQld be : DLTiLBtIZT:
l fondness for hats of the stove L. permiU significance, as }ep years ago that4aywLz3e1sod decided tLnt.a.dime I*.the legal_price for l'vItt tn atrstvesaaac5 to'wall,pon every oce. 'GOOD GOvEk.1ENrLANri
WilKa St..New Y rk.
d log.pp in&ida the fire limits that w,em 6 ,
l"P Lia milita and smaU7w Tax GBUT SOCTRBS BAIAAK. *- T YfIfVlu
pattern and fen' be- ,exodus from a treat ;
once t ltcy "a shine and Jhreaten expulsion to' ,
can be designated as dangerous and ,4. t' 1:411 Caa,ae .catered withia,ajiatf oC.dMI depot,aad
SOfce wet, they are pot fit to be worn prison. He waa chatty'jr4 pommjinicative any member working for less than r g-;I' *" PREMIUM CHESTER WHITE PIGS. .
those who erect these fragile .structures "STUPENDOUS SACRIFICES LAND' )(giZ
until courteous to the ladles and STATE :
they have been : : '
JJpun pressed over. our rates. hourly and moraewarJy disposed of at the < ';Ch.. Count MAMMOTH .
be held accountably fnjjh* fase Dally, : tS"a There,,fi Bot a regular hat store in the should pleasantly; : escorted ,then up Stairs, uJigLt I ,;' .'' :' GItzTSoUTuz1LJtBk2&LuITHEPARENTS uRNai Imporwd-BKLGIAN OAl 4 1* by Bonghtaiijac.' '
of accident. rnrSorae villanlona scoundrel was mean .: mail |i; peck fa: 3 bad befcuadiatheSweaoacceuibtc.
It 1tcLcved that can
Ptte ia to
as f ar as we kao r, and it is near- { pf. .ninety-seven stone .steps, run. I and imiU fftafet of Seed>rr< S.stamps. goeraeat.. .
t ** ,*i. ."i r--F""i onougHto steal/ourteenjdollars'/ N. P.Jroyu.7'11I ?. k-i
Jl or spirally around brick-column Address w
} ning a '
quita time that ono should be Of aB weB regulated SunHles purchase their groceries( '' ParkesburgChester Pa. _"Apply to me at IM'WAVULYHOUSI. ad- "- I
-A Dumber of beautiful photographic of sea beans Jrpnxfhe old curiosity sLop LEVY COOiTY 't i
ent4 here, some ,twelve .inches ibi cJt. Arrived at Rkh Folk's Block Bay street. uMf dresi at ROSZWOOD1 ; j
views taken.at'the races can be seen at tbeJntutbpsrty: obtained pan'W' of Mr. G. A. Pelt n, rat day or two ago; RIVATE :OO RI1. )', '.i ; : !C. aVDlBBLIil"JacluoavtDe. .
BUY BOOTS"WITH ,' I .January..a60p;: ,& !rf,
-The Artificial Stone Company are Grant's Gallery. on Bay" 'street.' ramie view that amply' repaid them for -TJiB Heathen Cnlnceliasjreally com A. K. Pwtcrr*.' stamp upon them. They, .are, I'supe 'THti1 EYl1PUSE.: '" :I., ,. ..

DOw Lave Ltcoroe their tiresome accent. Everything f about meneed business*among us, and who all s.r: 't.: r"l : I OoJId' '.1)' .Z "." ., ROOMS FOR
getting put largo slabs for the use .Runaway, ,!borscs rior to .( S A IAY. F'URNISHED! .., 4.
C"; ; .it,11 A.-
of ,, .I I I I- I I I -. Jj'i 1 :
seemed ; }
our butchers. the characterizedbyextreme shall of onrcifjrar l .
AI iron these institution of late. It is von* premises say the'prospects -- 4 t
tough as
quite an ,. TO RENT, : "iir 5aM*: s< ; -atl1Me raIAl. Locauoa pleasant Good 4.35 *ft> tou*.liecpiTig.:

tablets withstand all Jlotat.Qre, and are derfultbatco more> damage has been cleanliness and neatness whilenothingco'uld i notrlooking ?,:.John. ,norer>lovcaleVlnVdoubtfol Pieas irt.llrurnishca4 rooms can be fcMcd near theJaiUcft4MdrssaLockbez7.P.O. Liberal lermj aadf. for tho*dcWncniakeApsr..Isosv ", Inquire. at .Library, ,ft.-,, tf-. f 1d.iicq'- :
*trj durable 'I "be found'out\ of place.V .pot ""* lI-euW : so-al $$ r.-"l' ..- .) : !- f 'j 1
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I ii t t"A Kansas Hero. MISCELLANEOUS; ..:, ,". ,... ." ..VURITURZ.. .. ,. '. .." ..: i : ,5 I;;. ..MISCELLANEOUSD. .. 'I FLORIDA' ; 'S'AVING'S!' .J' "< .BANK

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: The stickful of.information jn the ; .I : ; :; '" ; : I .
Associated Press dispatches concern* almu and feedee Jackets ai'BUCKY'S.: .F.u(JiIUkEWAREROOMS. |"! ," G..R'E' .ELi ".EA'F : ,II ,j ;-:... i. ,; AND 'REAL; 'ESTATE

: inff-the'recent'coal-mine.fire .. .. EXCHANGE.
at Osage: ': ''f I : <' ; : ". ,t. ': ': '

;: City Kas., conveys 'but a stingy idea :T HE.SAVANNAH,'ADVERTISER, t., --:-.-. : : '* -',1'D';" :; : ![i:4''J M ;. I ., jI ratcd]ul);6th.187..] .
r S of the horrors .attending that event, .Published Dally and Weekly,at.SA : ;\;, E'' : ; ]; :' ','. > .
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k1\i; related the D> -lt'VJSD: R'E'W''J : ; : : _. : 'OFFICE IN1 LOVERIDGrs
as local The : BUILDING
by papers: V ANNAHGEORGIA.. .. . ,. i ,' OCEAN STREET. ,
fire broke 'about and ." 1 ,J"<:X50II\'III-...FLA.. }
out midday :
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I when first discovered the main shaft CEO. N. NICHOLS: p..W. SIMS 'i t' ., -- ; :' IST-iMeresC at the rate f seven and three-tenths.per cent.(or two cent per day on into)win k,
Publisher. Manager. ,,, ,,,' annually upon all.deposit*which shall have remained three months in ""
'j"" '' more. the Bank.to be added. '
I. t of the mine was in ablaze. ,. with I *' ."I cannot underitand i now YOU can seQ'goods so much'cheaper than w e can Wy M hOme;; Is an expression I tethe_principal of the! Depositor. -unuuyIHT
;; P ARUJR t1rs. CHAMBER .:UITS. .The is this H4 buys of th ., '
; I, beard dallJ'atGRE.ENLEU'SJcw! Store. answer. ; directly ;j., : .
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thirty two work beyond "
: g- men boys at '
: Tie (U U... toA-A1I moneys received on deposit shall oe Invested i In first, mortgages on real and
ADVERTISER a comprebenslTe news- .. personal _
t and ''J beneath. the flames, nearly p taper,publishing the latest News and Market Reports :' I I"", ." -. this State oat least double! the value or: in other ample collateral securities.RIAL pro.-1 Ia

) fee't i row all parts of the country particular: attention being .J .1 .. MANUFACTURERS: .
', % forty bcjow the,J Jcvclof the earth. gi;lven to Savannah's Local, and. Commercial afiairs. ; : : ESTATI.-This corporation win act as trances lor the purchase and sale of real estate or the
I In a few minutes 'the whole population MOSQUITO 'BARS&FIXTUREST' and management of estates and property, generally. ft1Itiac

; I of the place rushed to the scene, IN POLITICSTh J : : : u\'lna:one profit aDd sells at a amall adiance above post. .There Is DOt a jewelry store North 01 South. JAMES; H.PAINE; : SAXTL SPEARING. JONATHAN C.
where goods of the lame quality are sold at u low priceS at\\at Gretalear:whete 1s DOW being opened aa In.eose President. PresIdent. CREELEY:
and thousand; or more .men,.women ADVERTISER win be a bold and fearless expo. i i .-,.. marlor stock or goods usuallY kept la a fil'lt-dau JeW'C1J cs bliJllImn'VAU' .1D\lUcd to call and compare fnuum.
; I and children-the relatives friends eent ot the Democratic: Conservative Creed.: : prices... GreenleaTs transit time t*acknowledged. to be the standard. Observations taken daily_.with. Busses In- .
J" ; V"S'i.DREW- proved Transit-the only transit In the State. Chronometers repaired and'ratedj 1 .' S .

.: and neighbors of the entomed miners TO ADVERTISERS- r'D. { ., ,-.f, ,.:, :o.t : .. .. \ I ; J i : .

7 -were gathered at the mouth of the Jnexcelled: advantages are offered our large and increasing P suits.: i ..<'. obncrof ;Chatbe SW,.'.. ; The "-Best'of' Workmen Employed\ ;and .SATISFACGJAARANED. STATE, COONTT-AND CITY SCRIP SOLD AT CURRENT RATES.

;. :3: burning shaft, stupefied with fear and : circulation rendering the ADVERTISER a >.rlor Chamber,
aluable advertising medium Suits.' BAY AND LAURA STREETS, SUItS I '" .. .. .
1 : : : anguish. All)! the wells in the : tlON
0 town. 'arlor i : .. .Chamb. .
); ? r' had run nearly: dry weeks before, and : TERMS'BY MAIL. S uits. '' ""JACKSOKVILI*. Ft*. Sum '

i 47*Postage Pre-pald by'the Publisber.Dall : ,, : .. ... ,,:, .
; scarcely enough water could be obtained ; ; .
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All Manufactured.. ESTATE
Kinds of :
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subdue the
to heat above .. .v 'J" .
6montha____.__.. 4-oo :Monograms Cut and ed'n'Stone, Gold and Silver .
.' i ground much less _,__ .__ a.oo'WcclI" .. .
to arrest the J. ;; ; :
Conflagration r year.-----.. I-7S EXAMINE -OUR LARGE:STOCK.1 .//Endless vanty; >fTpYSfandlHOLIDAY. GIFTS. I, .
I V : inside the mine. Thus .. : FOR SAU IT THZ
t 6 months..._-...._._. 1.00 .:' u'S3-

', ,'\ 4 natters stood for two awful hours, -i( .1'i.:_?LL: :'. .. ? '. r ,;,. .":

:. { t when a railroad arrived with Trunks and valises at iu&;',. t tI. ; FLORIDA> SAVINGS BANK AND REAL ESTATE
I engine .1. ; i t of '" IJ ;JHiNORTON .S..U..KOOKER.... EXCHANGE.

I :: ; ". a full.tank, which was hurriedly emptied CURED FREE 1 .f.,1.' _::".-.1 f I' ..j.1 .,' t "F .. ;. .,'.. ... q(AttorneyalLawiand.NotaryPublJc.- : ., : : ., -- ,j I
i';'; -: into FITS 101 101. ''' The"Allen ,'one of the finest reskleness in the State,with so acres of '
't' "I.t the shaft and shout .f property land oa the shell
; a road
great ., .i.4 .. KtfOKE.R1. : : :
I : 101.1' ir.. *1Otf.LI.Ql (I. '::1. ; NORTON & ..: : mile from the post-office,;, Beautiful river front boat-house,large grape vineyard 100 orange tract kandnIZI
; t. 5 of hope went up from the people. Any person! cufferinf from 'the above disease II requehtcd ., '. ",. ..,. ... .f.,:IOl, .. ., /' barn. &c. House"has 19 rooms finished throughout the best manner. Double piaizas.' Will be'sold. at1 lew
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to address Da. PmcB.and a trial boUeosd. DEXLKK3 IK .. i .
: than half close .
I At that .101.- .101' : ; cost,on easy teJ'UII. to an estate.;;
juncture a roan emerged, like l dne win be forwarded by Eipress, r .101 B"St..ft 'lOll' ." :: : :

-r f" : : ji specter, from the blaze and smoke, I' 101 UAC.5 1tnLd.,: 101' .:REAL ESTATE: A tract of j8 acre*of land1,one mile northeast of the city;near the Moncrief Spring.t.eIll'Gad. Well lecaiU

: J I andcUm a at the edge FREE1 'Ict- *.-. *..r t4.* ".vfioi: ". :.. 'I ,1 ; .for building. lots or market! gardens... Price'17.30 per acre. .

swoon very The only cost being the Express charges, which owng 101 .. .. 101' .. ,. > .
of shaft. An hour later, two mote to my large business;are small '< : lot .. e'.-.'lot .'::' !!i'ij' : "'pi'ALL-KINDS:' ; I Several houses and lots,well. .located'in the,city Jacksonville... .' .
101 f. .., 101. ,. ,. .. ,
D!. Price baa made the treatment of ""e--- II ..
,: ": ; men cried up through the flames for .. 101 ..*.- 101 LaM admirabt adapted for orange culture for sale in parcels,and on terms to suit the buyer f.|TIe 5

.: i; help, and a ladder was lowered to FITs OR EPILEPSY 101 101 GENERAL INSURANCE 'AGENTS, representing the, following!1 com'panics settlement"Spring! Garden'"' !in Volusia county' ,adjoining the St." Johns'river.: Several large Orange crewiar Grov
/1. .. 101 101 already well establo>hed. :
.' 4 them, on which they made their way a study for years and he will i .warrant a cure* by eLise ..010101010 D&D 0101010101 1 '! : -

:1, ,.f; t to the and u of his remedy.Do Ioloooooooooooo000000000lOllOLoo : 'J. FRANKLIN, OF..PHILApELPHIA.CpNTINENTAL With combined assets: of over Several pieces of land on "Fruitland Peninsula! "between Lake George and Dunn's Lake-desirably located)
top were dragged forth, not fail to seed to him for a trial botde;.It costs DAVIS&Duw oolOlIQlOloooooou'.iuo'iououuuouoolOI for Orange Groves and Residences-for sale on reasonable terms. -
$ 1! :alive but burnt and blackened beyond n othing.andhc 9F.NEW'YOIUt: I
; WILL CURE YOU. 101 lOloooo FUR ITVF oooolOl MANHATTAN JS7,000QQO} 30 one-acre building:lots,;well located,one mile from the city.at $30 to $iqo each payable in monthly|h.JaI.
',, Three .
4' recognition. were now 101 lOlooooooonooooooooooooolOl menu.of|5 to'10. .
!. 'r: saved but txventy-nine others n 10 matter of now lone standing your case may be, or 101 lOlooo WAREHOtrstooolOl PENN. OF.PHILADELPHIA,
\ were how many other remedies may have (ailed.Circulat 101 lOloaaooooooocooooooopOolOl Also a variety of farms and. tracts of land well located along the St.Johns river and in other parts of th
; '.;,: i still below, and the fire was not yet and testimonials sent with 101 1010101010 D&D0101010101; LOANING MONEY ON REAL ESTATE AND CONVEYANCING A State. -3otf *
f under 101 101'. 101 101 '
: control. The terrified crowd
'' 'f' "' FREE TRIAL BOTTLE. 101 101 101 101 .. ,SPECIALTY.
::1 : : stood aghast for a few minutes and 101 101 101 101 .
I' P Be particular to give your Express as well as roetoftce 101 101 101 101 We give below a few of the: many choice places (for sale by u? : THE SINGER, MANUFACTURING COMPANY'S CELEBRATED
: : then suddenly of direction, ana
; 1 : ,; panic despair seemed 101 101 101 101
to seize them the stifled Address, ... .,101 101 "';_.101' 101 ,N '.T}. Two-story house on Ashley street: ,near St. No. 105. Dunlawton Plantation: on Halifax river
: 'f.t ; mourns DR. CHAS. T. PRICE, 101 101 James Hotel, pleasantly situated In one of the best seven miles north of Mosquito' Inlet,at Port Orange: '
,; ;; i of the women and children breaking -ij ty 6, William Street New York. 101 101 neighborhoods in the city: house b new,with six rooms, 1,100 acres, 1,150 acres rich hammock,lying one mile I SILK TWIST.This
j '. ':', 'Out afresh and 101 101 plenty of closets, and good servants room: lot 51%* from river: 50 acres high shell land immediately on .
.. :I the men drawing back beautiful Silk Scarfs,in variety! of color) at BUCKY'S 101 101 105 wet, good fence, good sidewalk and the-street the river bank having front of about one fourth mile, ,
: \ : from the __ shelled in bearing a fine lot of with large frame house 18 ,
; .: mine with blanched and .101 101 : grapes : young orange : two-story rooms neerly: io full
J" ', trees; flowers and shade trees growing thriftily: good finished; house commands view of the river and ocean company BOW having operation: at Newark New Jectey tfe \largest SILK WORKS: (a lie
,. % -averted faces BARNEY'S well,with pump' on back porch,which Is covered with and)is surrounded (with large bearing, orange trees, world propose to famish a superior article of Silk Twist

: .1 ::h The supreme moment of the emer1 I( i lowering[ vines. Will be sold cheap. some 75 to 100 in'number: good well,and a cistern
N. BJ; capitalists'"desiring a big thing" there that holds i, oo gallons,in.yard; thoroughly ditched REDUCED. 'PRICES.
.f1, gency had come, and the man to FLUID EXTRACT I a fine opening in Springfield; a few thousand dollars and; drained; canal from sugar-hnnse: running to the ,
\ meet it was there thank God as he THE FINEST AND BEST SELECT.o ill go a great way just now. For particulars enquire river for transportation of crop: immense! quantities of For the convenience: (ibt pu: c'thll celebrated! Twist Is
: ED IN ". f Norton& Kooker,corner Ocean and I3aystrccta.wild orange trees on the place; the soil) b similai to the.
:4 J'r: always is. His name this time was best sugarlands of Cuba to which it b fuHy enva): PUT '
B, U C 'H UiThe No. 74. A HAKOSOMB ;RBSIDENCC FOR SAU.-Six limestone is abundant. This place Is really oae of the SIZES',
: 1 .Marks-William Marks and he l large rooms and kitchen, double bay window on the choicest places In Florida, and was. known as such before .
: ; : ; wat.... 5 double parlors,double piazza on the south, the war.. i \ The 6aest quality being thereby offered on spook:m quantities
; stepped to the front with the prompt. commanding one of the finest views in Jacksonville; '\

,t' 1 ness and modesty' of a true hero. only known remedy for Parlor RICH PLAIN Clamber windows filled with lour lights 40-inch alas..andDUng N. B. Do you want a snug winter home with FROM FIFTY YARDS,: UPWARDS.
Ii Suiw. Suits; with cords and weights on pulleys and reaching to the orange trees and flowers in Florida t Yo.can gee a .
: ""Fasten a rope around me and let me Parlor and Chamber HOOT.with blinds: all casings are finished with mould- beautiful lot,,170x156 feet, in SpringfieU, high and
for of
The above nneqtiafed twist Is manufactured esperfally the n. e of all kind sewing machiut
.; down BRIGHT'S DISEASE Suits. Suits. ing and oiled and varnished, making a!beautiful finish; healthful,and within ten minutes walk ol the post-office : and ar -.
-1. : 1 into the shaft, he said. The I for different machines through the,ccuntry are; w ing. this twist in large qnantities..aml as. ,
Parlor SUBSTANTIAL Chrmb ceilings: high: walls hard-finished,open stairs, double, on which to make it, fur $2S.- For particulars enquire
,. ., :": 1 proposition was appalling, but the Suits. Suns glass,front doa,_nice I lock oa every door in house; .of Norton& Kooker. I'
t.\ l And a positive remedy for Parlor 14'' ". : Chamber china closet,store-room,pIentyodohesiwtieshstb- '. SPECIAL. INDUCEMENTSarc .
: quiet courage of, the man tied with from which No. 119. A tractof 88 acres: to acre*cleared oamock -
every Suit. FURNITURE. Suits room: hip roof cupola a charming
: offered to the trade,all those a&oit to purchase will do weffto scad for our E .
land: fine front on St.Jobn river miles pre *
two west
i tongue and stilled the of the view b to be had of the city, the river and surrounding :
j1. agony GOUT GRAVEL STRICTURES country: three' lots, making >S7xioq feet;'good well: uI lackson le. hlll5 one of the most desirable river
t ..' :; .; tremulous crowd like special prove ', .- young shade trees started Ball a mile from .post-office. !fronts: in the vicinity of Jacksonville. Will be divided
DIABETES if dtSiTed.No. .
: : idence. Down he went into the horrible DYSPEPSIA, For sale at a bargain. :
1 I\0' NERVOUS DEBILITY .96. A large, two.story house with ten large No. 146. Six acres on Arlington river,adjoining the 'THESINGE.R
,t, I cavern, without another word, We are prepared to offer our stock at rooms; thoroughly built,and nnUhed In firat-ratu.yfcr Florida Hone,containing the old vineyard. For sale.

a : and reaching the bottom, freed himself DROPSY, remarkably low prices. with twelve feet ceilings{ one acre of ground covered at a bargahi. ..
with fruit trees and flowers: pleasantly ; within ,1
I t b for his search in the entries NON-RETENTION, OR INCONTINENCE OF] five minutes walk of(he railroad depot.: Price Jf 10,000; No.147. MmtoroLTTAW HOTXL.This! hotel b .,,;'1 .
\ centrally located built of the best Frer.ch brick and b
;: URINE I R RITAT1ON. 1NFLAMATION. 14,SOQ down,balance oa long time desired. : .
.4 .t diverging from the main shaft. At a first-class home in every respect.: For prices'and :. ,.;{? '
.. ., almost the first : OR ULCERATION OF THE ---:0DAVIS :- No. 99. 400 acres in Orange county; one mile from .terms apply to,Norton & Kooker.
step into the stifling Melon" lc. Price, |s per acre.

.1 ;! ;; darkness he stumbled upon the innai- ,
: BLADDER AND KIDNEYSSPJERMATORRIICEA DREW Call on or write to us,and state your wants:
:1 mate form of one of the miners in a ,
,I' I'.'; coal car, which he pushed to the en: 49-Vbitors always welcome. ;Latest papers on file. : 819601A. _"..'r" .",... -.r.. : ,. .
....1': trance, secured the rope around the DEALERS IN .1 I .. ,:
': 4' j ::: body called to those above hoist .
: to .
.. Leucorriioea or Whites Diseases of the Prostrau ill O. HUSSEY. JNO. W.HOWELL.. '
!' ;,. t away, and in a moment the man was Gland Stone tha BUddcr,Colculus.Gravel,or Brick kinds of FURNITURE. CARPETS, i'I' ,"C.,.
k J safe. Further dust Deposit amf Mucus or Milky! Discharges.: MATTRESSES, WHITE PINE.WALNUT :! ';" a.
: search soon revealed I ,
./ the whereaoouts of the remaining HUSSEY. & HOWELL '. ," I ,
( ,
"; 'I. : .twenty-eight, and slowly but surely: KEARNEY'SEXTRACT JACKSONVILLE. FL :,: ,' '- .. .

; t r 1 Marks piloted them to the mouth of I ., WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN ;, : :' :
:: : the mine and delivered them, one by COFFINS AND' UNDERTAKERS >. ,.
I; I : 1 one-many insensible, but all alive- : BOOTS SHOES

t 1, :'. ; out of the j jaws of death into the hands; I Permanently cures all Disea es of the ETALL1C ,' AGAIN TRIUMPHANT :

: I t of-their wives and children. Then I I' M BURIAL CASES, LEATHER & FINDINGS. ,.

when the last one had been rescued AND
l : he :
came himself to the surface WOOD COFFINS
A of New York and
complete fine
assortment. Philadelphia
"ft: ;it scorched and blinded and nearl!' ur- Existing in men,women and children *

... located, and stood there silently Goods always on hand. OF SWORN SALES :FOR 1873 :

11! j s among the cheering townspeople' the.. NO MATTER WHAT THE AGEl Sole agents in Jacksonville for Samuel Dunbar & Co/s i Companies.THE :. Sold in 1873. Companies. Sold iu.18fl.

,.'. .' : master of the situation.: t Misses' and Children's Fine Shoes. SINGER____ _.:.;._._ 33"'H American. B. H ____ 14ISa

.1" t Thus the peril was surmounted I I Extract Prof.: Steel Buchu savs: DOne bottle of Kearn.-}'. Fluid] Whee'er &: Wi1sc ___' ___. 119.180 :B &: Howe.,...-.....-....------- 13QI 9

} I t without --any/sacrifice/ the heroism !, ."- is worth more lhan all other, Buchuscombined. '. Goods sent by mail or expressto; all 'parts .,of the State. Domestic_.____.._._.llu 40.114 Remington Empire-.___-'....- toll'

; :: was there all the The 'I J Grov,,&: Bakcr.__..".... ..... ..__ I4.i .'orcnce__.__.____-_ ',06eW
.I"4' it t. same. rescue Dollars.Price of : '"
.I t r I tlje J imnersjand }the escape x>f Jfhe __u:__,_ .' to' Wllsu._...... ;;.... L.- __ 11.24"ictor _'_"._'___ 7'44No .

1. t nun 'Who gave Heatlrscorn1 to'save i'Oo.1 'D \NE'ST.. NEW YORK. LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S ROBES ." 'J 1o. '___ 1 returns Blees...._.__-.__.-__ -_- ,..UB

!. : 'i "y.' s them, spoiled the perfection of a : ) 1 EMBALMING DONE WHEN REOVJR.E.U BILLIARD SALOON. J, .MA M M 0T, H Cold)!edal_-___..........._..._ '16.431 Secor.......- _*._--__ 3.43

:i .j l : tragedy ; but the destruction of all A Physician In attendance to answer correspondent* ALSO, !Wilcox &GibL._..."._._.W'... ............. 15,881 4tna,}. E, EramesdorC--.._......-- ],08.
1: :' and give, advice gratis. 1 iT1(,, '.agcwutb. '. Washington.- .- .' ) ).A.PANESE"SE D CORN. .
JI' : ;; I concerned could not have added to MARBLE AND MARBLEIZED I

t i -b;': 1 the radiance which belongs to the 49-UNO TAP ro. rAurHLsrs, rRZZ. SLATE MANTELS. BAY STREET, OPPOSITE POST Qrn E. And"Conquering bidding ccfunce poverty,to blcwing gaunt the Famine earth and Death.'. OUR NEW FAMILY MACHINEEmbodies

\! i ;supeb and unselfish bravery of Wit SLATE HEARTHS, &c., II' w'* 1'9 ,".The,.."Jw6t/"riul.tomnditt atvimott prolificvariety New and Essential P.lnclpICl-SbapliciIY Construction: Ease of OpeiaJ.icn,Vnabrnity of Prcci..

Fl.. Ham Marks. He was only a common MANUFACTURED TO ORDER ,- -is vir Z .fc,,,, evtrfrnom i s Amerita" Action at any Speed; Capacity or Range and Variety of Work.FineLEAVING 01 Cuar
< This Is the testimony of tkirttm : published ALL RIVALS BEH1-NH IT.
: = papers .
? V J workirigmanfacing a duty to his fellows TO TIlE AND FOR SALE BY '' <' L In different Stales to whom-we sent.small sample. pack i
r 1' : 'b21 '
; ; but he met that duty like ;a CALVIN OAK ag. .'. ; TheTfMM.ol? Hun viIIc.TcxaavV.hve f QTUEPn
I Roman 'monarch, and made grass NERVOUS AND DEBILITATEDOF ] Forsyth Street,between Laura and Hogans', ; p Q 9r" 31.i. seen a specimen stalk of this corn which bad twentysixlarft ,. .
tw6- JacksoDviu.Florida. "" .== .... matured *!' ., ', I "
w kI .. ears fully it. .
4.1. Kansas )tl "inl i&'" H a. ..
boppf: r splendid for one day 2: e "It surpasses all anticipations and {II just the i .. TERMS EASY-PAYiMENTS LIGHT.Besides : ,

; 1- with his conquering He BOTH SEXES. I ;;;1 <: t r iIiO'; !ricfe'necded in this olntl'J'1i...,,;Natchitoches .
: courage. 'i : ::> __, .1.
u- :
LOAN d ; Miss. It Is superior to a q*other variety': -Jour**l. -
.f } t f probably never heard of Cato pausing NO CHARGE FOR ADVICE AND CONSUL] ANEW:, ,r- 1 9 ** *T* eU, hJ. tW Con ni.N 'Y. "It will be a valuable'acquisition" in the."WORLD'S FAVORITE.: <<4; keep const.iindjon hud a lrge,supply, ./ ; '
.' ; the agricultural)product of the.country -Cqdlt.
I. sword In !hand to welcome death .
; ,or' 4Vs'J'7iiwS.tl .
ON A NEW PLAN. : Sulphur Spring 1 exas. This corn can be sown the; CLARK'S O.'l T.:POOL CDTTON6iur spools for tw arve cents '
; CTe'opatra putttng:bh'a crown\ to make I latter pan'of July;and ripen before frost.'*-Imdi.r.
::4 D.. J. B. DYOTT, graduate of Jefferson'Medlca 9I tl!1)) fft't'SS'i'SS'.1' '' '' Warsaw Mo. It is highly recommended by those who SINGERS. STANDARD' MACHINE TWIST;from tw Dty.6Y4 cents up-all sites a d."--. .'
a royal ending ; or even of Hay'sJim College, Philadelphia, author of several valuable works, Invest jr_ rmoney' at home in the I ; have tried 1t/-OAw RjtIh't'r7. ."We hayo noticed ACME MACHINE TWIST.iou yard spooU,a fur as cents: 50 yard ,oos.| 3 for as cents. '..
Bludso. or Harte's Flynn of Vii .can be consulted on all diseases of the Sexual ar Urin- :. J I M :i.s, r.- 'JV4.I! i t.f' | this com highly spoken of by the pre .*v.- Organs (which be has mode d < > Mbulton; Ala. -'It will yield in ou,climite two ..
sri an especial study) -r 11 crops : r
: ginia. He/merely: and felt the either In maCe or female, no matte/ from wbal cause originating FIRST MORTGAGE: LANDGRANT. I !.0 1 ''rj .. : -: ;a-year '-.A4"rn1 (r. U $trop,.Texas. ."It can be! ,' : : _. : .
i. c imminent :need of risking one \life to or of:how long standingl:j A practice of 30 succcssnAlly grovrn iu Canada.lr'1 World. .
years enables him to treat diseases with success.: Cures PREMIUM' BONDS.Nowoffcrredursalebytbe.. : r it ':i'.f3'r1'F4 "UU Ptculiarly adapted to ilic."ortac.sons'of'.the ::
: : redeem twenty-nine-other lives, and, guaranteed., Charges reasonable :Those at a distance i-., jJorth/ -Rev. 7 J>' .Keo.uk.! Iowa.. Vlt Is just ; Tlie Singer Manufacturing Co. .
can: forward letter describing symptoms and euclO5InC : j : i i the thing fur our swamp land."-Z>r.JoAmteH,Ocala, ,
; : cool/? ; accepted the; :thall, pge., He stamp to pay pcctage u en. :i ,0 Florida,.. ., ; '
I ;
iiKH l was the right man in the right placeat .. 9.: :"fee 1' -." .0'. ,0.8; 3We have'the above.: testimony! file In our office, Noi72' : BROUGilTOX' ST- ', :,' SAVANNAH. -GA;.. '
Send fcr the C"it1 t.//,_//; Price toe. GREAT SOUTHERN RAILWAY k .. :: c. f 1". and could produce..many more if space would permit. : .
C. A. VOSB.URGH NalfQ (I' ,
the time. .
right May he live long/ 4 J z rt It will produce from 50 to TOO bushels of shelled corn t. .
; and ..,.. !! to the'acre on any soil, from FTorIJa to Oregon.. We 'G10RGE 1"';. 'FRAZIER, Agent,. .
; prosper. B. J. DYOTT; M. D.VPhysician (Consolidated] J. : :; ; i f' '. 1 rc 'i I IJ possess Wer.3lejfmaj,tftkiH/azlt. '- ." '
f-j s1 "' The l important points of dainxed for tMsporw : -'# :<: A ACKSONVILLEFLOR1DA, ..
'Every bond when J'edccme4.m ,:',43m I ; B. 'IOCNt.ProMc: ., superiority ; ., : -.
; and Surgeon Duanet.'NY.: receive a premiumIn .
feer varieties, which
104 ; OTCT ; am} are fully sustained '
1 1! .1 have come to believe, says W.JM, plat*interest,according to.tlsc. plan redemption, : ..-.- .1 'e-' I Ii. : ;.1.r' by the vohtnUry',t teIllCDII of nurmers who raised from t V'- : .to. .

... :'Bakerv'thafa; '. ]', cast i.niSelf 1\1 j\ ORRIS A.1' DZIALYNSKI"AUCTIONEER ,- U amounts of front! t IVERV:,SALE;:AlsTD. FEED: SJ4 1}LES seed isu got;This of us corn lastytar.will yield are from thexe twice: ; _to three,. 'times. '_as ; ESTABLISHED Th1868.'a. I ,'. .. .., : J .

too passively upon the bosom: even ohis fI I j maay bushels to the acre on the same soil and with, the .
\ $ tor $2S.9.00' or I '
: top $50.000 I same culture.
own .
tt f : Our Creator wants i. ( .. and. The corn-is 1 heavier In weight: has a larger : ..A.. K PERCIVALa
r : I m'an to bG manly' One, thing, I do On each bcmcL I longer: ear and thinner busk. and makes com meal for ; '.

'I, Ii. know are"cases .' -2. .' { ..' : .. .. family use tweeter. and more tourrliiuuc'and valuable 'J' I" .. ,
there Where
i.i i.r i. hfe r,. ANDCOMMISSION .Bonds .redeemable l by allotment, Six, aljounentsofbonds. .. for feeding i stock, :; _, : -. : .' rV r.1:' .o'J[ ; J t, P i ..
: -
:i r fuses to answer i importunate b Six 4isuThutXonsoptm1umaIn' i87 3rd. The stalks grow more'ljtoroua an4 healthy and ....." .. I .
prayer I ,
MERCHANT sufficiently strong to produce from 3 to 3owcJl.dcvhpeiears. "" .: ,h .
: Applyto. ., ..'<',,., .
a9yhipg41nreturnouter&: : or innerrepelscastSff p v4th' '
: ) / EMIL .
) HAAS coij; = :: :
citalk r ';
31 bear ; -tx '
> more foliage aad b better 6 -
; the suppliant. No.only t Xf-M kinds merchandise received Financial Agents 'jl "I' ,
on consignment ,k dlog' Ie .
.because that and sold at auction or private sale.< ". .' .- i jt Broadway; New York City r JITbcIi 5th. That It will"grow f and produce"- 'profitable' .. 'I
suppliantis:! selfish HARVEY a crop ." .'.}\. a .. ..
-1 : Agent. on ground where Other com wilt not 1'9to maturity. ,','. '. ."..'.
in his iI..ar6ot ;n.hi vttr' fa thedtyc !!. ;,{ ; :
seeking butwhining, and whimpering :I. ,I.. L. 6th. It ripens earlier and U not liable be 'a j.4i
to by
caught I
nhe bind ] .
description entrusted for I
Every : of'cooda the
.. to me sale EDWARDSJAceaJ. atthe, StbIe q(4e WIdCIIgttCd Ileal' a.
Office Mather Little's t fast. .. OJ
and & i > !t "
indulging in a .sickly will toe disposed of U Ftoifda'H cdie*btear abcr' : "
son | "/ **M'lIIb. ": ;" ',
To be and for
I.9tf ,Tib. cut green; used feeding.U Is fifty
r Mattes boarded and cared br on, reasonable ; '
dependence, when he ought: U 'n S-i'' terms.- ""-' well- '- per cent better thai*any other variety of corn, ,. ,.. J. i ; .1
stand like "FIGURE, POSSIBLE. ST nNE. Our Corn has all been selected with the greatest care, LIpJI'IjI ;
: Strong teams'fbr on.hand .JTI -/ltlv.
up a man,; bear troiiblc!s : FOR AVqll hauling pu.alway.--c-WH.AVER.Y.. the small end of every ear broken off, the balance .' ; / ;
silently, and do to ike and -and! ..c : shelled by handr _< .. ..
known'duty stoutly, owners prompt accurate returns o.PAUlETTa' .. Jacksonville,.Fla.,Miy 30. iSj*.. tf : ': :' '
i whatever the duty; raay;be., 'I .THE. SCHOONER." : : r"l ,WE. WARRANT EVERY. GRAIN- TO ://GROW.% '. ,: .
I BLOCK The I increased 'yield bld'varicties\ ... .
.f per acre over the
j <, A. 4. .' ,)\jiL.cS: ( I. : will pay 101,the seed *> times :'over,' besides 'ever : DEALER'' J ,, '
7-swjm 'Jacksonville. Fla.TTNEPOT Magnolia i
; *'Mamma.w'here ; ," fanner that plants this year will have. a larce. ,demand. \ :1.i ,
do the .
cows get for seed at good prices.This .-'" : 'J. "

the milk ?" aikef'Willit( looking LUMBER 'YARDI /qfMI YLr "Wfll make regular trips FRUIT AND VEGETABLE-STORE., Corn'produced: by some procured by our : BOOTS SHOES: ILEATHEIAND '
up I between Consular Agent; and ito have Its origin in Japan." .: .
J JSt. (
from the Jacksonville .' ;
J foaming ,pan of, milk which AugwUno. 0. BAY STREET WASHINGTON.. \ ' :

hefhad !been :intently, rega din ; CONTR.CTORS'AND: BUILDERS 1_ Freights at low ratrs.r ,l' 'Families. ..,.. I,"'I. ', TERMS." I. :
"Where do For.frcIgtitor... $passage supplied'ai'tegular! market rates BymaLlpost-pald.i.oopcr pound,put up in neat '; : FINDINGS;' : .
you get your tears? WILL nro A -1 :'i, ( .". .. t ti-n-M l :' I :' ". .' packages: 13 packages for fioj.packages for Sao; .. 'J 'I: .
Was the answer. After a thoughtfu appl;to WILLSON& WHITLOCK, I" -. : 100 packages for f yv Elegant chromes,>224 Inches, .. .. ..! .
: silence FULL ASSORTMENT Of < j' Jacksonville.Fla.. '-'Abo.. "' a 't. together with ittBc. of"JAr j sk CORN,**.having noTV ," ';' '. .t. I r'
J ,
broke .
I again out: Mamma : STALL IN TilE MAR tT.1 : i 0. .' ": j" i i', .. .} ...' 1ti! fi,,1 ':' :.
: : do the cows have to be ? DRESSED AND UNDRESSED LUMBER] Or to JAMES COSS. >'BNTY FULL-GROWN '
spanked ... EARS OF CORN 'iPerCiYal'sStall1p''Hand'Boo .j'i' :; J
s-&I' St.Augustle P1&. ---. ; $!' 99, !
I MOULDINGS: AND' SA\YED; For)he acoommodatto*ocvp.ton customei*.; ON'IT, "- ; '' '. ; \
4 : -vs1 ---- Burt & Mears'Philadelphiaand 'II. .u .
:P1NESIUNGI-ES- .. ,." v ..: i:! ... 11..00.. to -
.. ," \ .
Percale,shirts,.nice,at Bucky e.it :" some of them measuring ten rnd twftlve I Inches In lengtn "' """-<< ._a.h
1: ;l Frankie,; (;aged .(oar)-"Mamma, 'a j jlady G A ME'AN D "D'R'E'S'S'ED'r1 will be sent he of charge when t s or.'.more packages of" Baltimore ". oil, :,l.tqffiJ o' :

at -school' kissed me'to-day/' CURAP. FOR .CASH AT LE : : it'b':' .. "It, ..'r tJr""J..f.. :." I J "., Corn are ordered at one time. Vienna ;Mcdal.,cable{ sewed-. _, : ."httl. .!' 18iS) .
'' of !; ..
Some OUT Agents'to whom11 have (!
mm3-UDid she, dear? I hope THE DEPOT: ,LUMBER YARD r' 1: ":,,J 1 J.C,8F1f: ..: .are to-day making over FIFTYDQt.LAPSI we sent 'samplestalVs. !! ,Per 1"al,' rStampij;; nd LCOQgJfSS: j... '. 8 50'Burt.

: r "you kissed her back/ Frankie (in- Lumber delivered la all parts of the dty sad vicinity i Also Acres fOr,Let of or Land Lease I,Comer, Lots, In.Brooklyn., ., ., ,...itistbliT.,,-' .3m1 r'I" J'.1 W.n'li!' "'. .. DAY SOOOo DT2 thawfng! statkf"W and caking TEDtl order, Q'$4ct:2t for the corn II & .Mera'.,l. .I...,UI., ..' I .."j.44!,"J.) .I tPM ..........-..... ,-.._,.."'. -:fM" ',"' ,.tt 8 .5Phi1Je'1Dhi' ,-'
: fgriattly-issedber7baicj; No and at aU laMUnftt'OB the riwr,'at low rates. All or- h fJ. ", .AK'i-ltj. LU 1.: Ie. U : {y.. '''''''-:. ..' 7 OCT
ders receive attention. A VALUABLE CITY LOT.. ,A '; .'Ti ,. .. ,, ....,. :J; Registered letters-ase bur tanas '
I didn't I kissed her cheek 1 1A prompt' .1. ; tli. at risk. lOur are Dthe a. :Vienna :Medalcbl :Ses*edl-.' ; '*:I jrft *?llRki'I! -* Ju<.?'&$owMI <
'< LOUIS J. BRUSH 60 feet by 00,Corner Julia and Forsvth ., same to Grangers Odd Fellows and common folks. .
'. yada.vllfr..Varch.'. sg. For particulars enoairc of r. streets.. : !? -'JI.+ .R QVJDd: ';.n" Ii. :.r : cash orders to '. ..-' "'- "HMAddress ->"* ,, i -f .-/if I r :" unl-mtUul: ; :: (n$r ijiiLi; : tar4.a.t' .f.t** jrK>&>3iH} 'Uu) t
,.'.--, ,V< ,* H* c..C. COLLINS f' From the eornerJoflAdams' and Laura streeu' t the 1I i /- .-.- ,11. -n ILt..GVSYU! : c9i: ,.a '. r tM GOODS SENT BY-.AiAILfANljsEXPRESS,5 \!*'*** *1'W .
", Cbkagp sausage' maker'advert!I. Day, at home.'Terms; Ire WltIChcD', Block Brick House it J
the Ocean Street PMThM.lVf4aZane4 i. .
opposite Presbjrterjan 7-1--
o1o' $5.tol ( .* ..-, ...t ".J. cT.d wVi "' '':';: .'- .. .. ... J.' t., ,.. ,. To State. '
: "TuTwares as "dog cheap. I $2T Address O.Snwsoir Bi! Co.. :01'J. J. ItOHRt Church. -J'i-- IA* "I \>w ui # ># .I : I'UiJt '1"1" "I IJ\I'Hod-rb'W'' I aU.paruiof ,' 'n.

: : a ; ,.... ", I'ortha4MaIi. .. .- d.';.I..!J.. W., i At...Grand NatlowJ Hotel. 1-4301 .*., ,... .JACKSOXVIU.C. Yea.C ; I-a4..to' ...,. 'Waihlngtoa County,V;I. AT THE OLD STAND, CR.. BAY' and oEVST..JACONVILE, FLA' J-( :Sl




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