The new South
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Title: The new South
Uniform Title: New South (Jacksonville, Fla. 1874 Semiweekly)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 61 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Adams, Carruth & Co.
Place of Publication: Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: March 10, 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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oclc - 12368935
notis - AKN0866
lccn - sn 85038367
System ID: UF00079941:00053
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VOL. II. ..i .. .. .- .';JACKSpNVILLEFL0RIDA.-. 'A .: -- WEDNESDAY- T.: Q- NINJA. : CfI toSsVt. : : -! t-.! :::;;. :, W:",*, ,.A.J:-'* *.:-.:-:-.;t tc.r. 'NO. 4f. _',';( :

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THE NEW were .imported per named who are engaged in the has often been asked, ,and as. ;oftco ,,PROF'.. -SS10NAI... 'CARDS. ftc. MISCELLANEOUS. .I STEAMERS. .
-WEDNESDAY AND steamers. 37,974 b ne1sof pranees as Jamaica trade bare added but little:if answered. The public generaly.seern'! ; I '- I : :' : _

rtllLISUED E"UY SATURDAY.i against:3o: ,20t4u( 1873'showing an Increase anything to their capital during the to be.unaware of ihe vast number of : JlEDIaNE.suR; Rv.,MIDWIFERY. :. '" .F : I.' ROCK- it COXETTER'S : _

I i OFSUJSCJUPTJON- I;" of 7,7x3 barrels over the.. imports past year, more"especially those who cocoanuts annually used 'for,*,con fee.' Sua, xOfalCollece,IMJoKEVPR( rrit.. D.', TTellow of"'the B "

rEEJ/S.man subtaiLcrs.IJ.sor-. of 1873 by steamers.. ate engaged in the orange trade, whose tionery purposes in the United States,' .. Jcine and Philosophy Licentiate.iiaeoctOTo-of Midwifery and C.L. MATHER.-. ., ,Q ..a:FRAlKjj.ITFLE. r !- -.
n-"UICt1'Fiedtaarccopics. '1,00 each; and an extra copy.. Several parts of cargoes of' o oranges losses are supposed to have been quite To give an idea 'of'tbe extent7 of the !ID leUCSof.wo_ d C1 1dfte.LicemJaM of the _
of leD rtcvtd at OllIe IUaIL Universities of London.. Edinburgh.. St.JIdmrs. ,and .', .. .
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cwrTl 'were ; .il
.1 K-to 'also imported in sailingvessels.Oftheaboye large. trade in this ciryvtbe-writer .would L. > : ; CONSOLIDATED RIVER LINE. .
Ten z
*2 annum
WukLt, &a subscribers. ,per.6o Fifty and. the; ,Formerfy.inuecotopA and Obstetric SumoM- .. ,':. '! .- 'f' "1f .! -
each; Twenty copies > ; cop. 3. cargoes. 2/373/ Such losses will. probably"continueto state the fact that first-named '
Chief with Sir Tames\. .
CJP I" bimpwo Baronet oC Knglaixl. L. MATHER -
IcIj1.4octh1. barrels were from Havana, and com occur until radical change for the importer ha dl'ed.i nd sold during1 the and Sorieon.Uajor of Cavalry u3 Infantry*AniWica! C. ; ,Q'tu. 'it.; .

AfJVERTJSJ"'G RATES ptised 8,513367, oranges' on; which better. made in the manner of gathering last year 'about.aoaooo; cocoanuts ferf Author-A w.KKW the nuiosovHtc Monadic Pnc nucrm.of Medicine that invariably and Sur-reW '. ": ..AJ.. i"H?:- ,::1 P NEW'A. R.l\XGE IE.'IT. .

Wan"iluel1" oo o"per oWIIL' inch cent,or*.Ici .first Insertion: there was.a loss of 1,045109 handling and stowing of fruit for that purpose. > The second-named bv cues life and health from death and thegra*.,j jAtwued '-p '.' ; : ,.: :i-., 1" r Until unher notice the steamers comprising this finewill .

Jibaue, f"t ptt inch cr Iesa,first. imcnioa: each. Fro i Kingston, Jamaica one car- aid that which!is :of far greater importance importer', imported and sold during absoluteff rwiMl curakUkiod&pf TKUts practice IB dif Europe> e kao and AmCrica.* to men.'or It .' -1 : :. .'" imermodiate leave Jacksonville landing,a daily*follows at 9:a.nu foe PaUtka and'. ;

% sc' ll\l0Ii.f3 CCIl.1t..ti .. go'and i 4j Sz barrels' comprising 5" ,.a.more thorough ventilation the same time about 2,000,000 for the usual especial to car the more h deotcdand higWJForganued tot th*womac.removal to 4 whom..female ;FLORENCE *

$ &l tl,1O eeuB per line. .471,968 oranges,' onr which the tosswas of the holds of the steamers to re9nt like purpose, and the last-i ed Importer" obxtroaioai., and paint from whatever came. .5Td\tI'@i\r.ER'S ".."*, ,
':u.s: CA "wnr"c1uADAMS. Lettenvnswered; ud onien left at the Surgical OC 4Z&r Shipvard TTkarf.fl* S.-3SS. .
.CARRUTH i CO.:. 3337134. : t or counteract _the, effect of the imported and sold- iipoofor fice respects. *!, Fayowot, accordinc to-motual Zree ;-:: "d { 'r- ,.1rl. ,_ '-" '-'. Tuesdays W dMsoav and Fri Js. -
Addrcn Jacksonville Florida.IK From Porto Rico 3 cargoes and heat in them, 'generated by the furnaces the same'purpose. meat,and alT mobeya$ honorably returned wraft no .: C .I. Touching at Raaroed dock. 1. V" :'*: :
odresats follow 4do< '"
: CIMM Monadic Treatment .f--.' ;' -
:- -- .- .; 142 barrels comprising T r,6667isf oranges and boilers connected ,with theengioi Jt will readnj::jjbe .pcrceived.rom' Uffice boon bt Lw&ci froia to a.m.tot p jn.:for Geo- .. t..A.f.TI (to:.. ''IT' -. STA1u.. ..GitTJ.. ] ; : i Y ., _
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decD.e "
4p 1dai1).ThreeIiui.iIlomag "
1" York Evening Po..t.J > on which th t tloss was the abpycsUleojeai -disposition From Railroad
[rfromlhe '& I,. '. 75.6oo.pnsUg ;.A .L' ?; ;, -' .S framed for inipecuoo.. All vi-uU and communicaiio TEluurf.. em Mondays -
Trop-w F..n 1t. I From layaguex iv cargoes.ofn. vl&&until4lie producersaf oranges is made of the largest portion bfco- held. Sortnry and Medical Oct Not;6 andy ; *::1 Booksellei '.:T!, ,i, r I' ". aadTmindayiLFrom -

'f br, 1'rR : J ;: GS,6 i-n 0ri.Dges". on which t id the West ,Indi .,Islands (where .co nuts received at this,port.: M Bay Asoaic comer'C HAIO. in.Laura a former Mreec losuraneo R tdence.J Office.Waverly Aooting ; ItA TIlE, : ; -
I orvcT1b.4 loss .l'The" Home corner Cedar and forth Us.,'Jackson*01.. : r t'JACKSONVILLE .J : "I':{ 4
the was 2,621,795, ; labor is cheap) adopt the same method business preparing desiccated : '*' Shipyard Wharf on S2tsT.h .
SOUTHERN i-jotf .
/L THE I From Ocho Rios two cargoes comprising 3( gathering handling oranges ,cocoanuts'is still carried on in this :; ... ,- and dock.SatunUyVtouchiesat. Railroad -

Following his annual practice for I :S6 ,O >fangesf on which the for export practised by the producers city by Mr.. L. ,Sche p, who during F1oeittvL&/ 'ARTHUR BIRNEY.ATTOiRN.EYS d. 'FLORIpA,"' ..: THROUGH BOATS-. : 3
the five preceding years, writer loss was 427,6000. of Mediteiani nTfiuit.'can they reasonably .the last made use of about'ico, '.
) review of the '" year t ,.. .i i ;,. ;: '. Tor Erlterprise intermediate landing: :
I, presents his sixth yearly FromNassau, one cargo and 627 expect to attain success in the 000 cocoanuts in the manufacture' j ',
, As former STARLIGHT, from Railroad wlarf Maod> ; :
), trade in tropical fruit. on barrels, comprising 522.343 oranges. shipmentoforanges to this country, this'popular article; now so universally 43 STREET;., NO : 3-30 HAVE;JUST REMOVED. THEIR. NEW Thundavs. O J .
show all the '
occasions, he designs to on which' the loss was 199;,463. either in bulk or in barrels of cases. used for culinary-purposes. I AND COMMODIOUS'STORE ON IIATTIE. from SPa wharf en -.and. .
, points of the traffic and is WASHINGTON. CITY '. i ,
; important of the From Harbor Island one cargo The practice which generally preVails -i MISCELLANEOUS.The f j', '. ,Sul leave daDy #fSuuHays excepted) 1
quantity Ren. Pac
T able to give the value statements of the several varieties comprising 250,000 oranges, on which in the! ,West Indies .of', shaking importation of limes comprised N .BETTES; > BAY STREET, ; NEAR, LAURA, and Friday mornlags.0 'loJ."Tuesday Ihunday. and. '
and the loss was 137,680. and'beating off the from the J. ..
oranges J
barrels in
barrels being i t '
as well as the amountof 1,028 528 -' ; .J. J 437 at'thehrepctire ware i
imported, Ffidtmn
From Abaco one cargo, comprising trees m necessarily bruise arid injure J BkOCK. '
to the government I excess of the imports of 873.,'oC which PIIYSICIANAND. SURGEON. : -j 'WUEREWILLBE.TOUND4' Haiti |lorence.
revenue yielded which the loss ; Af ent *am >
200,000 oranges, on them to which practice, mainly, ;
the A Loss DAY>.
perished on 1 1i.is
duties collected upon them. '1 234 voyage. .Jackjonvine. Fla.Omn .- ..' .. I. ,: C1. '
be .
j by> was 15720. I may attributed the large percentageof .' ;" ; StaiHght. : ,; 4
His position as inspector of West From Gaayanilla one cargo, comprising -: l loss 'on nearly all the cargoes of of22percen -Opposite Ocean Home;coma of Adams LARGER ASSORTAIENT-! :; -

India fruit has afforded him the opportunity OO on which the this The number of grape fruit importedwas and Ocean streets.. 6-j-tm.' ., .' .' .J .;.1. ; .. "
200 at
oranges, oranges arriving port. 77,800., Loss, 6 cent. I.. '. NEW.YORK.AND .
familiar per '
become perfectly : : OF ;; f' .
-i I'
to loss'was 115,600.The : Oranges should be carefully pickedby Thenumberof. plantains imported .' : .. ." .- -. ;
Vith that branch of the trade, whileat several parts of cargoes above hand and the stems cnt close to Loss \,VANNO: .' .',:, .''STATIONERS'SUPPUES;? ; '

the same time he has had cnllecting all necessary -1 i mentioned were from ''Baracoa, San the fruit,.and these should be handled was 33,885.number of,barrels 35 per cent.The of lemons ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. '. ,.. ; .,:. '. ; .< .... ) :FERN.ANDJN: :, f I ISTEAMSIIIt

facilities afforded for Andrews San Antonio, Boco ''del with'care to prevent bruising. Office;u Reed'.Block. Bay.Street. ',. '4- 1 : ,: ".. ;' : .< ..' -,-
the statistics relating to Europeanfruit. Torro and.Eleuthera, and comprised Although some of the orangecarryrying imported was 13. 'Loss.23 per.cent. THAN' IS,.:TO' BE FOUND". ,.. .T ;. LIXEV .. ': : 'E

In both cases the informationgiven 603.137oranges on which the l loss vessels unavoidably make long The number of watermelons' imported inlri.FlInJ... I ; ., .' .';' '. .....J I.; ,. :,.: i t.,
Loss .
$ .-
been carefully collected was'l,097. 13 percent.T11e .C* -1 '.".
has be fully relied was 303654. voyages, to great damage of the car- number shaddocks importedwas tl.A. "'. A.K.WEIC : ANY' OTHER'HO SE'-Ul' :FLORIDA ., .1. i> Wi. t' .
and its accuracy may The above shows a grand .total of goes;of fruit, still the loss would be -
6120. Loss 21 per cent. TISON MEEK .)L\.,Octcter ." <
. cpon.Of. the value and interest attaching 543.t30 oranges' of which 6,779- far, less had;it been gathered 'after the The number of barrels of mamais pA, r .. .FER'A'lDIA- .,: "' .1 F
course 355 perished on the voyage;; being a above, method suggested: ., -
Loss : r "
imported was ; ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW. .
4. 25 percent '. i
to such a statement arc appre- NORTH- POINT
loss of forty-five per cent : When oranges are put up in barrelsfor PRICES .
The number of importedwas .
mangoes % ,
ciated most fully by those actually engaged Notwithstanding the dimnnition of export or transportation, the bar- Office;ReQua't building Jac&soniIe.Fa. CHARGED FOR GOODS' O? THE-.SAME Capt.SMITH. :' ,.' -
trade but the writer is 32,600. Average loss 25 per ..
in the nineteen cargoes of oranges from the rels shou1dinvan'z by be well venti- I' *,1 !1 --
glad to know that they are not con- the boveac'count cent.The SOi, A!. D., VLCKSBURGI.I: 3i-
importations of 1873, > lated by cutting or boring a numberof places from whence the fore ,P.E..JOII ; : >.. -. ; .
fined to that class only. Oil the con- shows an increase .of 593,776 holes in the staves around the bulge .. Cape.UDL' L .I .>. .: *,1.- f1- :
varieties of fruit "
going were ; ; ,
trary. he finds that his efforts tp putt oranges over the total number imported and in the heads of the barrels. France AND'SURGEON. 'INVITE : ;- ; : :: ; : ; ';,-. : ." 'c 7 .) -:-t
Italy .W
England Spain
e facts of the fruit trade into tabulated in To fruit in &bar ., } These, steamers.saH frin?-"ew York.Pier'.North '
1873. lnt'up or pack / : ;
: Gibraltar British West '
Scotland TUE"ATPENTIOX OF Saturday Fcrnaixfina .
have served to excite t RIm
form an
islto \ entire Office in Mitchell's new bUilding north Aide of > fe : 1aid
inaithe rels
It is claimed by many persons sure'nca.r\y or quite Cuba Bay '.' .. "ei'U "
Indies British East Indies Wharf> '
; street,-between Newnan'and Market very 1'
in the subject in and sU'ects. nearly .
interest many quality of the oranges from some loss of it ; yet, strange as it may seem United States of Colombia,Venezuela, opposite the Post Office.JUSTICE :ggtt'T 7 "',. -'Hr
sometimes unexpected quarters.He of the West India Islands the last packers of still CITY;AND.COUNTRY DEALERS FRIDA\ {
year some .
oranges per- .
Mexico Porto Rico Netherlands ) ."- :-:- "f >: tn.-t ;
is pleased to be able this year that of of the L. COAN s*
of the facts was not equal to some .sist prusuing the latter method, Brazil, Central and South America. Yv'. ; i ,Fot freight i cr passage applj to.;'_ .,.**, :: aslHERM. -
to give some :principal .
preceding If this be so it'is to their.great detriment. i : -
: years. ..
j1 u. .
connected with the increased activityin f f' : GtLPClEAt" ,
: that such depreciation AND til E TO OUR .
not improbable PINEAPPLES.The f .- cott-oi- { PUBLIQ GENERALLY ; -
fruit-growing in some of the southern the : 12 "10. ", ,.. 1 'D. mss .N -
of the fruit :5'il
the was result .
in quality importation of pineapples the : 0 .. NOTARY PUBLIC.Office STOCK. AND SOLICIT''TRADE.RINTING. / > : Yo'.A
and to give a view ; : : :
states, hopeful of the terrible tornado which ., .. ., . OW.l.WODW.-RD. .4.
of that comparatively new branch of of the. West India past year consisted of 100 full cargoes : :. in SOLAR\'E"S BLOCK a. : ; : 4t ; ".2' ',<1 '
swept over some epnienting'CHATEli D
As will be seen in the and _several part of cargoes, besides 2'J j '.Corner BAY and' hi' & G'Ai:4. :,I
enterprise. PINE
Islands the first of November last, streets.. r'HARLESTON .'
{ 1'1 iw \ ,
which in J- -
body of this communication the returns carrying destruction to everything in those were imported 'steam- : l .g, : JacksonvWcFLa. \ .I"t . c', 1 Fenn. r.. "" I 'y -
indicate a considerable increasein its ers and were ,from the following. :> :. I : ,_ j I > ,- ( ,'AND .F H

the amount and value-of the fruit course. named places, viz : Eleuthera 25 : .8 s Ia. I A'KNIGHT "" _1 .LORDA"; 4
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V : 'J
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trade over the preceding The Island Jamaica did notes cargoes ;, San Salvador, 21 ; Harbor c ; = .rg t v ; : *; .'. I.. I..,. SAM PACKET
'e1fS.BOX t '
f u. : iR.5 .
cape the effects of that tornado, which Island Abaco Nassau : .MIt. I.. CO.r -
12 ; ; 0 '
15 ; 9 o : ,
: zn LAW. \ : -
FRUIT. .1 .
ot ..
nearly or quite destroyed.the crop Governor's Harbor Havana "
II '
; per .
r : .0 0 ,. .
The importation of box fruit at the bananas then growing, besides causing Rock Sound OJ :! : No. ; '. .' .
steamers, 5 ; Tampum ts 0 : 2 oeg'sEiockupsxars CHANGE OF SEHEDULE.
of New York from the Mediterranean fo H s hri ft ; THE.NEWSOUT/f ,
the range ,
port damage fcrop j .
great Ma- -
Bay, i ; Kingston per steamers, I5 = .g .
3-z5swIy JcconvWe:
ports during the year 1874 and.that of other fruit.- .' tanzas, i; .Baracoa and Porto Rico, is fif :- '! ttJ! :! ' The stem '' .

comprised 390,701 boxes and cases of Seldom or never has the price of parts of cargoes. s3 KX g. ciiH A. BUESING, 'JOB-ANDBtOKPRINTING DICTATOR AND CITY FOIST

oranges and 338,396 boxes and cases West India oranges been 'so low and greatestnumber of pines were "0 i. : .i-eJ. : .: '< ... .. ;-_ !5 .:; ..-. '. Until further notice. will sail as'w ,
fs5M5 i. : cans! the .
Kespecrfully attention of
of lemons. The total number of the demandso light as during .the imported from the first named place, ai! : | i ii. to tne ITFAUTIFUL SOAI the he citizens UlJul and.merchants ,:. ,',,4ESTABLISHMENT.. 'f: .- THE, !
oranges was 131,558,970, of which present winter, consequently there has the number decreasing in the orderin NI'.x cEcE.5.e..e c u02 C ft Its the best Washing Barber aol Toilet.Soap ever .. ; .' i' .. :. 1 STEUrR'DICATOR. ,1
made. This Soap is in boxes contain So lbs
z e:1 put up .
e : z CA OE
42,742,503 perished on the been and still depression in and Ian.. ,. .
voyagea js great which the names of the respective ,' 0 cw; c U '1 ", ::. .' : ;"-" .!" '. .'

loss of 33 per cent. The total this branchjprthe fruit trade, Involving places occur. The' foregoing exbibitiof the value Orders.> should be addressed A:.BUESING to BOX 731 '. S..., ,' j ,: ,. .' Wm.TUESDAY until further DI. *V CHARLESTONevrry' every WED.-

number of lemons was 102522,500.of much loss to the importers. 'The total number of pineapples imported and duty on green fruit. entered at S-i6tf Jacksonville Fla. 2 'f ,;' '. SONV1LLEPALATKA NESDAY afternoon tor FERNANDINA and Intermediat:Lsndins.. .

which I48i; 4,805 perished on the BANANAS.. .,'- i I. including those per steamers the port of New York during the year The proprietors are prepared. to.,"execute' 'orders for .
voyage a !loss of 14 per cent. Total shows total of MCLAUGHLIN, every description ftf RETURNING' :
and parts of cargoes, comprised 4- 1874 a grand $3,625 RICHARD '. _" .
:. number of oranges and lemons 145- The importation .of bananas the 937/"25,,of which 1,484,673 perished 474 in value (including that of Mediterranean .,REAL ESTATE AGENT 1 '- Will leave PALATKA every FRIDAY lng.
; 373775. shows an increase of .t thirty and JACKSONVILLE every SATURDAY morning. :
past year onithe voyage,. equal to a loss of 30 grapes), of which 'amount 7 $"/e.florUa. .' to suit the tide, VKKNANDINA same day,arrivji/
t. The above shows a total of 688,097 four cargoes over that of 1873,' which ceDt.The $2,511,651 was exempt.from duty.It ., in SAVANNAH and CHARLESTON every S U>- .
per AH sorts of Real Estate nought and sold; Money in Ssuchas'EUsI
boxes and cases of oranges and lemons consisted of ninety-eight cargoes. Taxes Titles .
above shows an increase of ten also shows the total value of green vested paid. examined.

imported during the past year, as The entire number of cargoe imported :cargoes and 610,306; pines over the. fruit entered at'this port in 1873, and REPS. BY'P1R1SS1OH, to William Astor Esq., 4s CARDS. THE' STEAMER CITY POINT, -
I against 507,261 boxes and cases imported in 187.waS 132, 'and'convprised New York: ExOnr. A. G. Curtin. BeUefonte Pa.; VISITING CARDS.- CAPTAIN J.\V. FITZGERALD,
the duty thereon (exclusive of thaton "
of :
importations 1873. Lewb H. Retina, Philadelphia; W, Stokes Boyd. .
in 1873 and an excess of 481,372 bunches of bananas.Of The size and quality of pineapplesthe Mediterranean grapes' which was Philadelphia D;G.Ambler,Rankcr.'Jacksonville Fla. ,' .-WEDDING CARDS. .' wilt leave CHARLESTON every SATURDA Yevrning.SAVANNAHeverySUXDAYaftcrnoon -

180,836 over the imports of 1873.CRAPfcS. these 123 were from Baracoa, comprising last.'year: were, 'generally inferior not included in the above exhibit for Henry.Tucker" Boston." b5S. 3-a8-iy-pd !-- "'. BIlL HEADS''. NA"DINA. JACKSONVIL. PALATKA for FER and a'

273,103 bunches; 2 from Rua. attributable to the severe drought that year), to be $2,805,840,of which & KQOKER LETTER Hubs,;'* lsne I '

There were 31,7(6 packages of tan, comprising 5,297 bunches; 2 which prevailed in the months of Feb amount $290,907 was exempt' from NORTON 5.. : ''-' RETURNING :

the from Bonaca Bay compr sint4dolbuncbes last and the duty. It further, shows an increasein REAL ESTATE DEAl EIo....corner Ocean and Bay .CIRCULARS.
grapes Imported past year con- rurychai'd.April: ; ttreets'JacksonvUe! Florida. POSTERS. .. .. .. sisting of barrels, half-barrels, kegs, ; 2 from S Antonio, comprising profuse nins"which 'subsequently fol value of the importations of 1874 Money loaned on Real Estate security. General WEDNESDAY k
J f. : suit the tide, FERNANDINA same cay,arriving
Util- BRIEFS. = a
t.froml Life and Fire Insurance Azents and dealers in Pine
boxes and matted pols. The precise 5o87'bpnchesr lowed.too late,however, to increase over those of 1873 of $262,634. Lands,Plantations,&c> Springfield suburb a specialty. '"' CHARLESTON and SAVANNAH every TI1US- -

amount of loss has not been ascertained la, comprising 3,288 bunches ; i from the 7size of- the fruit or improve its Notwithstanding thU large increasein Correspondence solicited.- j-sSswtf PAMPHLETS" :, ". '. THROUGH DAY.. TICKETS, AND BILLS OF .LADING

but it is believed will 60 Port Antonio,* comprising Xf3"75 ,Ml/ value, there,was a diminution' of BLANKS OF ALL-KINDS.- GIVEN TO NEW YORK PHILADELPHIA. ''.
bunches T* Cr inKingstbfiflcIudingthose 0 HN G. BROWN '' ,::. t.. BALTIMORE, ,
per cent. I S CANNED PINEAPPLES. $262,289 8 of duty less that of 1873 J ., .JI. .
that came by. steamers comprising It will be recollected that cocoanuts COLORED PRINTING AND GILT WORK. These Se1 connect wit Flcrida RaibcaJ .t .
MANDARINS. I ,1 .number)of pineapples canned F &Mobile Xaikoad
15,346. There. .were.also imj !have been exempt on duty since AUCTION AND COMMISSIONOlALEm at emouJaksDyi.. '. Railroad at Tocoi fjt St.Aagusfine'with .
In .
'ca.r-by..Messrs. ;
There were 408 boxes mandarins ported per'steamers 'from Aspinwall{ h.cityibepasL ; 'r' :" l ; : I. ;j I at PJatka for McY.
Kemp Day & Co., was much less August, 1873. IK IV I- Enterprise and SLJS,and tim
imported and :
t'I: ::
comprised. 16,320 of bunches anbV: 350 bunches ; up
: fur the Ocklawaha tt"
170,450 The value of 10-31
which than usual. The number would not green fruit heretofore FRUITS.'.VEGETABLES. 'GROCERIES. PROVISIONS rYU.
the loss was 60 s .. .' .' '; ) "
cent. from San.
per Domingo.
dutiable entered from .CROCKERY nd GLASSWARE
exceed'looooo.. No pines ) at this port. a ,
probably .
CAVTELOPE MELONS,'. : Of the above, 106,462, bunches perished were canned their ,factory in NassaU January i, 1875, free of .d ty.underthe ''Bayitreetl: 11-14 It S CHEAP. NEAT AND PR 1IPT./ : FOR OKAHUMKEE, ,
.the being ave'rageloss '., .1 '
There on an -
3,660cantclope melons voyage 'the last year, although the enorm- decisional the late Secretary of ,

Imported from Malaga, on which. there. of 22 per cent. bus/ mber of i.booi'obo; ; were canned the Treasury, consiste -o( :oranges ': I WHOLKSAUr OKDKKS AT SAVASKAH "lca.l. Balmorals."Bustles,and Chignons at BUCKVS. ., SILVER SPRING, '*
foregoing statement showsVanincrease : ,
'as a loss of 56 per cent. The and lemons of the value of$1,891,534; '
'there in .
1873. : And other Landing*on the OcUawaha Re. ,
IMPORTATION OF MEDITERRANEAN in the number of bunches' of pineapples of the value of $153,615 ; H., ROBINSON rANK W.GOLDEN. IBAXK M. D.u&S.GOLDEN .>

,, ftcn AT OTHER PORTS IN" THE bananas.imported 1874'of '177,474 .: NUTS. grapes of the, value of $14,840 } bananas WHOLKSALl&.JtlTAIL'DRUGGIST" & 'ADAMS/ f :
over the imports of 1873 also an increase 'TbejroporUtioa ,of.cocoanuts. the :
UKITCD STATES Dl.'RINO ; and other green fruit of the :; i The Steamer .

1874. '. < :' THE. YEAR, ,1 J .of 87,935 bunches ,of, bananas I. past year :onsistecl'pf i66cargoes"; besides value of $259,402; making a'total, as .Hoes'Block.Bay St..' I DUUKS: 'IM .. OKAHUMKEE, : j

At imported in steamers from Aspinwall' several parts of'cargoes' from shown by'.the above exhibit ,of $2319,391 ,- JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. FINE. G'R..O- C ER, I ES, A.L.RICK.Master ':: : I. :; ,:

cas of Philadelphia 176,851 boxes jands over the imports of 873. .? ; various places _hereinafter' .named. on'which, had the duty been ,. THURSDAY morning J:-? '

I.n oranges. ,and o(1cmons7118.H', The trade in Aspinwall bananas: From Baracba: i23cargoes,- '19 from paid, it would have amounted to the i. J I COMPOUNDING MBSOtirnONS A spaaALTT.l I IF FRENCH CONFECTIONERY WlkY'oclk.jsc v,every "-* .
Al uoston 100,868 boxes and cases than doubled the last fe r. from San Andreas 6 I CEO R. F 4R.Alcl >
of has more San BIas, JT i stun of $437,938, addition to the Jau.Fla...July 25.18QAMUEL .";.{

:' At orcg. and-of lemoDi'45.14St Steamers continue to.arrive a( this from,Ruatanr,3 from "Bonaca Bay, '2 amount of duty paid from July i. to -: FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC FRUIT ALE .- .."!, C

Baltimore -78,897 boxes andUSOf0rangand port from .Aspinwall and Kingston, from.Kingston, i, from.Bay Island, i December 31, 1874, of J2n9n"90; LORIDA' WINE, LIQUOR. CIGARS, I : B. HUBBARD, ;
'of lemons.26,83. Jamaica, semi-monthly, 'affording facilities fropx.Boco d.et.T9rro,.2 from San An- .- .: ., ", .. '- .
At I
New Orleans, 45,243 boxes .ancascs Jo those, who are engaged ;q tonio.-and-t from Barcelona. PHOTOGRAPHIC- PRINTING Have in store and la arrive. ,. facksonvi& Fla ;. .

The of oranges,and lemons 36707. the'importation""of fruit 'at this' port I "Th'e' sererarparts'of cargoes before new copartnerships: were ' "F.I.RS T-CLASS GOODS J ..'..

is percentage of loss. "'on- the above During the .last 'year ,the importers mentioned,were from Porto Cello, St. formed the last year for.the importation '.AMD Importer and Deaer.m'. "''- '- ..T' ; :

aukn'own. of,West India bananas were more successful Jagd, Porto Rico.PortA'ntonib;: : Car oCWest'Iridl3 fruit. One of them' PUBLIShING. COMPANY. Which. ;by making.TERMS CASH, they offer at the. : -: ':1 ,

: The total number' of boxes and than for several1;yea'past Into thagena 'Utilla- Granda and 'Aspin. under the name of Jaime Lluhi & Co., ATLANTIC BLOCK,BAY STRF.ET, "LOWEST PRICES.. .; '" HARDWARE IRON- AND ,STEEL. ':
Jes of Cringes and l rnonimp rted is particular biincfrjpT the trade. walL 'Those..frbm.the 't last named composed of Jaime Lluhi, Manuel .t' ". .'
into the United States < Booth, J. ''Samperio. and .Fernando Jl\ ON"ILLE. FLA. Special AUetittt*of the Ladies called to our 'EDGETOOLS.TABLEand rOCKCT ;
inr 1874 was
:Their success was mostly owing to place were per:. t arners.Thegreatest . .'. ', .
170,861.asagarnit''8t6,9 '21n 1 SjJ the'act. ;.itJs. said; ," that:: all .kinds:of number of cocoanuts Rivas., The other under the name of Where every branch portraiture.Group.Landscapeand MAILLARD'S'SUPERIOR' :' "'CANJDY, '. .CUTLERY' ,,'t: .
Instantaneous l U -
Photography successfully '
Aoug an excess of 453,919 boxes green fruit were'exempt from,the pay.- wi$ Imported 'rom' 'the first-'named Alexander gtiss & Son, composed ducted by skilledEUROPEAN > .. .coo. **T- *- ', Nails, :Clue, Putty, Gloss, Taints,,Oils, :

and over the imports of$873.e went of.any duty prior to the. first of place the:c .m?decreasing i in ,the Alexander Douglass, and,William AND AMERICAN ARTISTS. .And ta our auartzoeat,cf; ,. LEATHER; EEL1TXG..Rt."BBEJtP.A.CXlXG. ; -I .

importers of "Mediterranean: day' p( July:.last .at which? time the order Jn.which the names i of the. respective Douglass. It will be perceived ,A. O,GRANT. Manager. PRESERVES.; JELLLES..ETC. 5 .
fruit .
"cre from the above announcement' that .. '- ,' STOVES.TINWARE.CROCKERV, PCMPS ;-i*
"I more successful in their season for the importation of bananaswasVearly :p1 c ., .. J- ,,P,S. Any Hotel or Boardine-House- that has not ,., ; '
busiej j .
\'tDtuiei the past, year than 'past. But their.,losces;on : The total.liumberjof cocoanuts imported there are' still those who are anxious. heeD taken by Mr.Grant can send In name and address PICNIC.PART1ESwill find ,!t jadva Uffou% to Lead am!.Iron Pipe, ,
the of LUNCHEON .
they )had. been and to emWrk in this : ; caflas weshaHmake rcplcning .
willing h3Z:1rd-1 -
Years for.several proceeding 9tber varieties, of fruit! arc.claimed to comprised 81162,5151' which Ladles'underwear. ,to be, oUained at EUCKY'S.HF BASKETS a.specialty : DOORS.SASH.BLUhs.MO.tTJt. IXCS. .SiG.\1t.. .. .
,and ousbusiness. ,
11 able they have nalizeda reaxori have been large Tn the aggregate, especially 854,455 >perished i ,on the.'oyage1 I Purchases delivered gratis.:; '.> I -
Ill remuneration for thelargcamount to'a Joss'of PISASTERS AT SEA.The .. 1 HiUs,Evaporators&c. ." .;-p ,,
of ,ort oranges aod. pi eapples, equivalent lofi per cent. 1 ;. cpucoKp;.. :: :GQLDEN & ADAMS,
epita vested in it* trade.. This. which.arc.subicctjp j lh0 payment; of On comparison of the-abore with fleet of,West India'fruit vessels) i ; .Rots'Marble Front BupJing! ,near Grand N- Cas..Fu 1'r,\Roofing, JMiag, and TinSjniiZiitz \ 'ri :

jojever, can not,..sajd.of( Jhe large I 20'1 i vcr cent. duty.. the: importations of 1873 the results .sustained serious l losses the past year "'" Successor to Hide and Ski*business'of -" it-I4 tf : rixul Motel; Jacksonville Florida. tfmie tit order &lfL' ,._ ., .. :.

?-tn tf-1 box fruit ,gcperally. some; The firms most extensively engaged ; o\\'s an increase of 66 cargoes and from disasters at'sea. l' ':5 : 'J: H.'CROWELL, '' .l' ,4\;

UrIVt photo. purchased largely of fruit to' in the Aspinwall trade are Messrs..rJ 3 ;179': ocOanuts'oyer.thc imparts The schooners Edith May, Ricardo, I Blankets and mulcts of every: size and. quality JJli
nd lost l1:yjly in their in- Brothers Rathbun Brothers of Franklin Corner Bay and.Ocean streets.Hifihejt .
Frank Eaton
U" ; 1843 Barros, ..Caleb a < f.#" .>?,>,
Yestmentsof_ s:4i1.: Seymour Hart..and RobertStHon, Ainongest r c largest importers and Treat were all wrecked and.their,cargoes 'cash price -paW. :. Hides;. Skim, Fun, F SALE: From.ParS.liWIIi"Francetately jIyein estob1.mcntJ.Foreman of.the' Sutti.,' r.., 3tf

WE&T-INDIA OKJUfCES. and those' engaged 'In the Jamaica dealers cocoanuts from Central and lost. The 'Schoon.en' ;Angeline Wu& J-, 7"1a.WIJ. Located the St.Johns river and'Shed road two miles .

The importation 'ot, n.ng'from trade1' ire: Messrs; John Nix&'C.o.: ; South America, in this city' are Mr. and Helen A. ,Locke with their car. .CHESTER WHITE. PIGS. beknr dty of JacksooviU.U acre had. BeamifnJ NEW) DYEING?AND LEN ScoURING. .EST. Bi,sri.
river view; good house,hkh airy room;.3,100 grape ) r. I""');. tL.d&and
tie wlpdics te'past-yercon. Mecri A:. S.. Laiiarus Co.:* Mr. Jaraes/M..Herron Mr. Owen ,Brcn- goes were.totally.lost. P.tWUW1 vines too orange tree,eight rear* old.too bearing .
Sl5ted of ; : & Co. and Mr. Joseph Eneas. 81carY': IIAOIXIOTH: peach tree* fig pomcaInarietygooacbiicrn. *..-ahrubbery! CadeDeD'WC3TinAPpeZI b>tt>' .at' '-
elgfiteen Messrs. Parrel non
cargoes'by Plaatje ,
sailing TW II of the aaoU de-. ,Lace I
ruG.I. ,BELGIAN OATS. *by .
tessels as agiinsV Wity-seifei rt 'cargoes DcCordovo'and Mr.'M. HaIt iOL i. It:is.'t Stery to many persons as A good ,name will wear out; 'a bad tURN.and muli; peckS Imported:11:'Jibushetijj; bushel|- Circuhr.4 I siratU place*Iw a hove on the St. ..uThle fowl 1 -. ,r. '..:'...tUsU..fc.Vto! ,* t. *.& '1

". .18731 sho.iD.'m'-diroinptibn i ,'o! 'may.not'be oat tf place) .Tiere'tohmaitlhit fOI what becomes of all'the cocoanuts one. maybe-turned' ; a nickname f' .... lasts, and/Addrei f MtU Ptckafti--of SeedS.K.PJOYlfij Frit for* : property Part ot the if purchase. money Gallon'can: remain''E.H.secured MASON.ii o*the.-' and FORSYTH other"ne .brics STREET BUK;carefully between New cleaned mi a and ncTdTed.Mar.".-' .

;n'cargoesT .a '* "" .:'.l : it is" believed'thefirnis. : imported|tDfo.tbjs city. 'The question! forever/; : >" 3tf 1a th.Dremi e ket IbCCtS..l6; .'., '" J- .

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; \"! ; II IIIi t THE NEW SOUTH.. not; true, what is meant by 'carpet man's part has so little of troth:and. ,so Had heart it been woutd'hcar for*century It and d beat..ad. T Safc.My .11 qotcktyreverse'd front of the 10c mot.ive.and'steamshut The engine off,was but j1 S _*'HOTELS. AND BOARDING HOUSXS.-

r isJ. and much of Onl dust beneath her feet, !
L bagger "scallawag" "home rulc poetrj: I my would tremble "
Jill "
4I.r late. The struck the unfortunate
.And blossom in purple and red. : too "pilot" HOTEL |
I ,' \" ;I r .so. K.cAiynTTH.V ADAMS. CARRUTH & CO. It is true, there is less of this in some I DARLING BLONDES AND BBUNETS, I man,'and be was taken'up 'mu-
ever'see the
t" 9. ;*,\. auaxsiDa. jJ. of this State than elsewhere but and tL.it'Lave the': heft of both as Did you a boy resist temptaion ANDTOURISTS
It'Ir. _ parts you : "_. :_,\ TALLAHASSEE
'( .to JUng'jL'Iitob&.ara.-caf?; 1 thought FLORIDA.
of it is still left here to Charles tells loves bet- --
> ;, S. ADAMS. EDITOR. enough operate you'that you : r--- WQ find good and other accommodation at

r4: ='- __ __ powerfully against that immigration ter than life, remember that Henry Ward not! Well there was- no stone handy, so GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS. reasonable prices 1 a W. P. SLUSSER

;. ::,,1 ,S TO CORRESP D AND OTHERS.I that otherwise would throng our pleasant Ueechcr has said wisely and well- Sam picked up a potato and let drive. ; S JAMES M. FORD'S, .Proprietor.,

) \ .,1, I icms*f Local interest are koliatedfrom all parts of the land. Any denial scarcely compprts "Man'*love Is of his ife.a thing apart..' Tbq old' man-who was diggtngw rtns ( [(gHNj l ((CLARK,J j. .'I'11ft L.. '_ -. '
; \ brate Ata. communications on ubjecu of g-\nb
ie: tl general 'I'oman'lsole ." the shed 'tisLi jus{ ROSEWOOD ,
t-t; : l/.lcmt'rpeda2y] educational! social and industrial with the threats with which the DemocratIC existcicc.Ask near 'UTgo PAUETOSTATON.A..O.IW.I.T.e This Hotel having lately beciRzpAIuDANrcutLy.

: "t' ." I tittt. Comjv ndenu ahojd make their letters as him if he will love when time lifted_ up,his head in,.UmefclOuiPatchKthe 4-*.._ _'. ., FORWARDING. ,. .. ,... ..k : w'.i'h '.
: :or J' {;brief All ihc t.aa and circwui.tanccs will permit.Xv press of the, State.is full, that in jou, J ; *Evixisii .
,fIl.. lre not re pMu-ibk for opinions expressed by our Biker in hair and front on a hot 'c ntre. It ook ,him Je.T .
puts potato AMDCOMlMISSIO'N a fcr bpommea U '
your ,
I Offers first class
,: I teeth all Ash him if he will right in the mouth andknocked his wisdom 01 t br 0 t
: ,: \" W rcur'pfl pn : Anonymous. contributions shall rule the State, ; are gone : : ; < : '
"cnrpetLaggers MERCHANT
I .;.11 nol ti. noticed_ _ _ II and tooth through "thd back bf otJt'FAbounding ,:H' A MU O'C KL LIBERAL ARRANGEMENTS
',,1' ..t' 1. f--- ----- may pack up their duds and getup fulfill his promise to cherish, pro-. : nearly ., .: :, ( .

r i I : h ; The Disadvantage: of Democratic Ascen und git." protect, when the thermometer is twenty his,ne, -k'U. 'Sam'sta,. -ted, to" 'run,, but the' ',. ;' ', AMD DIALta. IK. ., I ia a-kn of'game,and)1 bee* itade most beau with parties fot sietioa.de "i0"otiS.; frla professed visit to KM

below and coal dollars tonI"! old man 'after bard gallop caught overrun by Slate.
: '\, dency. zero ten a a ROCERJEa.. PROVISIONS' f. GRAIN. -' Those : -

,i '.':.S.'i/V !' To s>nmc It may seem n work of super- A Savannah Growl. As I stood near the door waiting for II.membcr him, a after. fanning hiV. ily tl HAY, SEGARS.. &c.' SUGAR_looking for -

,' "j crogntioa to remind Republicans, oven We find in the Savannah News the f Congress to whom I had sent a shingle! on the ,elbow of hisrtro\vsers, 'Sole Agents for Florida for .ORANGE. OR VEGETABLE' LD ACCOMODATIONS FOR 100 GUESTS.

1 .,4, jf 1. in a general I Wlr. of t t.imminent danger following'sweet tempered allusion, in my card I thought what if the man bundled him )off, to a newspaper office, -, u:;" 'AYeri11.sChaz' 3 $f i ,., WIl elsewhere find h to their as the Interest Gulf to Hammock take a look Lands before are loot.undoubtedly .. -

I. :j i now impending, of the passing of the action of Gov. Stearns in vetoingthe who'searched out the language of flowers as the most disgraceful pnnnishment he .. ,. : .' .Paint. and .. th RICHET IN FLORIDA.Mad TERMS;

:: I'; :;, ll.c eoiurol of tho National Government, bill extending to the A. & G. Road had employed his gigantic intellect could devise. Sam sell lower and lower .\ ": ,: ..White's Patent Money Dnw stops at au Ep aa.'p e. way daily. ,, 13-00. per day.|n to |t(per_it.a"7 .

: I for ."i .. Rosewood, Levy Co., ., '. ,
/ t he's '1 Agent i
: : ::.:: through one of the periodical I but unaccountable chartered privileges in this State. We in translating I now in Congress. . L 'nD 1'41:16.'wbw at W. K.'HADLEY.CLARENDON Jlaaacer.
: :, !1, freaks of the popular mind, are much obliged for the expressed good THE LANGUAGE OK BREAT S. .l ". .. | ..i .' ..' '

::,.: :' iutn the kinds of the Democracy. Stilly will toward us, but have our doubts as For instance, near me was a man whose Our, New.' 'York .Letter.- .. !:' :.... ; : VOLUS1A.. B' Q'A FB r tI I.I.Ii'NG. THE HOTEL,

I" 'J'' in Iho ccstacy of recent party triumphs, to.the soundness of its basis. We ,prefer breath was the most wonderful compound ,NEW YORK, March 4th, 1875.: : < .' i 1 > .'AMI* ; .:. .' A. G. CHAPPELL;,: GREEN COVE SPRING FLA.,

'': ,/ ( so much ol brag and glorification has to finish and foster our own roads to that ever wound its way through An unusual run of.bad luck nas over- 1 .Van..'Brunt I ,& Bra's." .J..Line' .Sailing' ,Packets. -,. ,, ; '. ; "f Is,now open for the season.

r- road with interests the olifactory passages. ,It had a substratum BAY STREET_ ,near th. Cable CrpMlDC ,- ._"
l' hern indulged in, in behalf the good giving any rights to a taken theN w York' and Fernandina ; .FROM JNEW .YORK, \ *: 1' TERMS j4.; PER DAY.

1. .. I t1 ; old straight .Democracy" that it may advance to those of our State: of,, lsd rum, then came ,navy 'twaio, ; I '' -, f :JACKSONVILLE. FLA.,
steamship ?' Only a lew' weeks Bay SteetjacksovIfl..1era. Special 1 by
I" company arrangements the week.
'I, '. t': not be amibs to call attention somewhat plug tobacco, onions, garlic limberger Z' ANLTlvVHlTEHALL4 '
: : THE ATLANTIC ANti; GUI.fr ROAD IXFLORIDA. one of their ships, the 'Mediator, V -
ago; ,
I t '. ;:':: I' in detail to some of the reasons whyllcI'ltblicaus cheese, sulphur water and ancient eggs, : '& .WHITLOCK.. '. .. Belonging to,aad eemrolled eichaivefy this He
was wrecked on the Jersey coast, WILLSON BOATS; : Eel.is the GreeD Love
all wound together with each Thos.A.Willson .
if.- 0 in a Republican State like During the session of the Florida Leg. consum- : to. ?
; '. Florida should still stand fast They islature,just closed a bill was passed to mate skill that alongside of it a bird nest In the thick, log which' enveloped this, :* ." Built.to_order. '-., '. 0";::. 'I' 'WARM SULPHUR SPRING,
I t't''J: jvhouU neither be thetieacleiyii enlarge and extend the corporate pow was an utter absurdity as far as the city and vicinity last ,Wednesday and. STEAM, .YACHTS Fitted,up with
I, : t i dismayed by ers and privileges of the Atlantic,and Thursday, the Vicksburgh went ashore I. GRAIN. FLOUR AND FEED "
1" friends false weaving process concerned. With the most approved machinery. Wilt SWIMMING
; 'i who.are or Gulf Railroad in the State of Florida. It 'o
.j on Fire.Island}just oil the coast,of Long size.from 'j Call and get my BATHS.:
Manufacturers ofCORN any 1 b.
.i, S. the of but those who to While idly watching the crowd I had 10 pt'NEW
: 3 i boastings open opponents, was hoped by are friendly Island.[ Both vessels are ,a 'total loss kARRIS'1
I; ; ..:, h carefully] look over the records of the the development of the wonderful mat- the pleasure of greeting that noble son the MEAL, HOMINY, CRACKED 28-FOOT.. YACHT. Dec 1.1874. 11-atf .
their cargoes.saved.. I called at : Proprietors.T
rial resources of the State that the Governor of Jersey Marcus L. Ward. The oldGovernor's Or.sale. 'potf \. .
i' : nnd ascertain whether there ,
'. ; .. '' It two parties even if he did not feign the act, office of the company this morning and CORN RYE MEAL, GRAHAM S >IDDELL HOUSE
1" ?: is nnJ.thing in the new professions and would at least allow it to become law hair and beard have not escaped '' ,
was i informed by the Mr. Gelpcke FLOUR
". % ,'.{l l>retcn ions of the Democracy deserve by lefusing to veto it. lIe has thought Time's fingers, but his 'touch'basbcen that though not. ,. .' ,$c., I TO ERS. FERNANDINA, FLA.

1, i ; ; the support of intelligent and patriotic better of his good intentions, however, gentle and tender the kind eyes arrangements are yet : S.ROLLSAWING. & WOOD TURNING I Having completed an extensive new mill In COt. -
: '
sufficiently] complete to enable him to Ion with my former one, I am to
if he had und rml
has vetoed the 1
ever prre a
j t 'C iii>n, \\ho act upon principle and base any, are undimmed, and the hand clasp as the TO ORDER.Woojd kinds of finishing material, a Brt& SAMUEL T.. R1DDELL.. PaomcTo
state detail '
measure. in plans of the company Plans Scroll .
t. their of the merits of parties warm and true as ever. I wish I could I Coumn. Modnp. I
.; judgments Taken altogether this policy of the (Planed GJe B drive ot
\ frj yet they are resolved to continue the Sawed and Delivered i 49Magnifice eighteen miles on CM Caetl
Split desired. Weather Boards, ,
r have him the curious behInd Bwl or Atlantic Beach.49Refreshiag.
shown i
words.1 Radicals to the ot
deeds rather than prevent development group .
4i : It upon line, and will, in three) or four weeks, D'o Rough, as 1ak of all sizes sea eeza.
: j The Democratic) as such and he natural resources of Florida and to me. A short, squatty Russian a by Cord or Load. eib D Rough, in any Dr;
;\ : party : .
keep her commercial facilities in their have another ship in place of the:Vicks- Win CiJP. Pickets of every and aF, OPEN SUMMER AND WINTER.
f ': ,; in pile of the better judgment of a great swarthy Indian looking very unromantic in the lumber line the builder
: primitive condition strikes burgh. The successor of:the Mediators Ross'Block,1Jay Street Mill and Whar 'rt BOARD
us as being opposite our y Machines are new and of the latest :
4 ) .;)Jt ;. numerical majority of its better men, rather stupid It is the Radical pro- in his ill fitting blioddy. and a bronzed now makmg'rcguLtr trips hence'to- .', ,. patterns and are used by .kie a wokme. Call and Per day' ,_ ,,,.---_ ...I..foot

:t r '::,:: i )i'oin its own record, particularly in the gramme, however, and the citizens of Persian, whose coal black* hair reached Fernandina. The business! of th\line JACKSONVILLE satisfy where. yourselves I guarantee a to Jfl prc bor| ,purchasing workmanship'else Per week______from fil tofiyoo

that State will have to submit until thev nearly to his waist, and whose voice Tt. WILSO1566 w. A.yrHiTtocK well as quality j a Satisfactory arrangements made with families.
'. : g Southern States, has proed itself to be o mr Fine
: has been in ? livery accommodation n4tf"PRIVATE
'The and Guff very satisfactory; fact, Mr. 27 1 ALEX. WALLACE.
". .r can do better. Atlantic sounded likeRIDING r-i 'i t i "i i f ,
'1 .' ;, tho implacable enemy of progress and Railroad Company ask for nothing from Gelpcke thinks'that'it will be one.of, the ; RAILROADS.JACKSONVILLE BOARD

i iJ 21 }mlro\'t Jncnt. In none of these States, the State in the shape,of aid except the OVER CLAM SHELLS. nfost profitable of the southern. coast I THE SAVANNAH ADVERTISER,
'::1 1. vliilc under Democratic rule, have mere formalities that go to mako up a They were brothers of the mystic tie, Its J ,
ines. importance to the people of PENSACOLA AND Published and -
Dally Weekly at AT HIGHLAND
1 ) churches, schools, railroads, or projects charter. The excuse.is that such a char- and so had me bowed in common though CO. PARK.
will interfere with vested I'ihts Florida cannot be overestimated. Its
4 %:. for the material or moral improvement ter the their nationalities were ocean wide. : SAVANNAH, GEORGIA A few large rooms with first-dass board.
of the Jacksonville, Peusaeola and Mobile Joss could not compensated for, except GE-FRAL ScrEBiNTiNDnrr's OFFICE 1
..1 : ; of the groat body of the people, been fI'i" :\ road, but this is bosh. Are the What magic there is in a simple touch. by another liue.to Jacksonville. :TALlAMASsaE.' December 19,1814OD J GEO. N. NICHOLS. 'F. W. SIMS. FINE RIVER VIEW. >

; r :. xorite objects of attention with the Democracy wealthiest and most progressive por- Some of us have felt in our childhood, and after SUNDAY. DEC. 20, 1874 Paasea- Pubtisner. Manager. DAILY
ger trains on this road will run as follows: .
I'i",J .' so much so that as in I860zftid tions of the State to languish for com- when the proud hand of a mother has "Sweet Florida oranges'is the legend i .. MAIL.ST
nlercial facilities because on tho cards of the de- DAY PASSENGER.Daily Sundays excepteJ. The ADVERTISER is a live.comprehensive_ flaky
few visionaries over heaps most
a -
.tJ ; ... ,m prior thereto, so now where judged caressed us with a slipper; and later, A.U. .; paper, publishing the latest News and Market Reports
: are of the opinion that the entire when Maria dear Maria-do icious looking fruit to'be"seen,In Fulton Leave, Jac1csonriU :..,'1.40 Leave Sa..IIDah.._ '.00 horn aH parts of the country;particular attention being FOUR TIMES DAILY AFTER,DEC ist.
;: :,;; : by the record, tho Democracy must bo commerce of Florida should pass you remember T f. j 1Jaldwin_._ S.so r Chattahoc.chee 6.oH given to Savannah's Local and Commercial aflain.

: ,- .f f.; I yanked not as n friend but as a foe to through Mr. Yulee's little funnel at her nose?-laid her little white Market. .They! sell' for, fiveor, six i, cents- Lake. aty.zo.o 'Qulncy'-,] Address
:. !! 1'a11ahassee.10 IN POLITICS C. B. RUSTED.s
other JO
: :: q: all plans for spreading accurate general Fernandina? The thing i is absurd and velvet flipper on our shoulder and whispered each, while oranges .are hawked .., .r. K. .

imposible.Valuable did home about "1'6. for .??(:cents." I do pot"IC- .. 1Idi'._. !ft. Ifais25 The ADVERTISER will be a bold and tearless exPo- St.Nicholas.
.;, information among her whole people, 1 darling, you bring : Tala P'II.I Lye Ok....._ liens of the Democratic Conservative Creed '11-35 301. Opposite J cbonyme.'RIVERSIDE

t1;; I'1 ;' : : f ill order that their political action may Statistics of the Fruit Trade. the pickled tripe?" I thought of this last member! seeing the ,Florida oranger in ..; (tthoee..;.. ".. .Cty.__ &ooArrve S.'o TO ADVERTISERS

i I be founded upon grounds of competent night when 1 saw the hand of the lobbyist this. market before the present season. : ; AnveJacksonvile.9.25 HOUSE,
Some of readers
: judgment and enlightened and intelligent our may rememberthat i twich so many shoulders and the A big snow Storm Yf'::-nJI;, the Pas.engcrs can go through t St Marks Mondays. I Unexcelled advantages are o offered our large and increasing .
k f. ; t (Formerly Rochester House,
se'eralVerb we published a \Vednesdays and Fridays,and TucsdarsTbun. circulation rendering the ADVERTISER. a )
ago I second this week and is TLnrs
that turned it ,
prowning to I valuable advertising medram. .
t opinion. eyes greet day aDd .
: 1. = Sauys. JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA.4E3t -
"t.t list of
A forcible exemplification this is inquiries propounded by melt into soft content. Here comes the day. Sleighing good, that b'as good as NIGHT EXPRESS. Diily. l TERMS BY MAIL, -
: i ; >Mit noM Ntrrnrux TO 1tLLf*
; Bostwick of New York in .I ;
regard to can be in this dirty town. '
f.: found in the State of Arkansas under BURLY INDOMITABLE BUTLER, P.1.J P.M. Jt&Postage] .paJd by tho I'ubiisher.s The undersigned J.L.Scott one of the proprietors
11 the condition and prospects of fruit- CASSIUS. Leave .Jacknil.. 4,004Leav. vnl... 4. IHily. I rearl8.oo of the Krankhn House,' at Highgate Springs Vermont,
: .
i Democratic rule as compared with what in Florida with with a thousand of those who revile him; _. 5.55 A M. ,U 6 months__._,-.... ..,. 4.00 and W. H. Goodrich for years therewith connected
such _
1 'I,. was accomplished under Republican con growing answers and all Lake Cty._. 8.32 I Live Ok_...,3.0 I' 3 ... j.,......_..._>.__. ..,,.?... 2.00' cIerk.&c..beg lean to announce to their friends and
take what be Arrive Live .o
as we could hastily gather up. These we may a last look, State News 10J Lke Ct_. 4.3 Weekly,x yer.-_....--.1.7' those about,to visit Florida that they have taken the
;:: trol. Having undisputed and uninter- for Benjamin departeth shortly for Eu- I / I. 'Bldwin .. i < 6 months' _.--'__ i.oo'TV" above House and shall do their'best,to make it a aa-
inquiries were for the of 'Savna 8.oIArive .10NO'A those with them.
I ; Iho purpose acquiring This week a large number of the planters to boarding
.l' control of State
f i uptcd government rope either in a private or public c pa- jal Train will leave I Thhouscisileasaadysituasedonthebaa1ts of the
+ for than the Democ- material for a general report commenced to plant corn-we would Sp, m..arrivingaLLive Ta. p.Surd .. BARNEY'SFLUID' : St.'Johns river. only five minutes walk west from tile
t't'i more thirty, years, upon the fruit trade of the United States city. We shall miss also Carpenter admonish them to put two grains to the conncn( with Savanah Traia. O } leave ,- '. Railroad Depot.'and commanding a fine view np and

racy constructed in that time a second : which Mr. Bostwick intended to Chandler, Schurz and Ramsey,' The nil[ ,'or if one, use the samw quantity of Lve 3 a. m.,arvini at Tal at 8.S a I. EXTRACT down Your the patronage river and Is of solicited.the surrounding AddressSCOTT country.

4 S :. rate State House built ]less than forty i prepare first two are said to be booked for official seed and increase tho number of hills- ROBERT WALKER.Receiver & GOODRICH
.' (, I for the press, and the report has recEnt- at rate plant a large crop.Marianna and Geal.Sopt.. Jacksonville Florida.
: :; miles of railroad, and established less ly appeared in the New York positions, for a little bird whispers any Courr.er.1JURDE T. C. SPOONER. Master Transportation. Sea .Or I..s. Scott.Highgate Springs Vt. 11.11M'

j. t thau thirty schools, or less than one in : EveningPost mo that Fish is to retire, and Schenck is 'EU C HU'!
S and constitutes a document of ix WALTON COUNTY.We BUCKY the lead In th latest styles of Silk sad HOUSE
r; J each 3 car, I to be recalled. } te. ,; : ,
t i. i' great interest to all who are engaged in I learn n most brutal and unmitigated 'u u.7.A The only! known remedy for
) On the other baud in the six '. ,
years Scburz :
; fruit culture in this State, as the ]latter goes to Europe also, and while murder was committed near Freeport, G., &W, I. T. CO.'S RAILROAD. : ;
I of Republican government, an agricultural wandering among the hcca-sometbings Walton county, on the night of the 26th ;'
part of the report is taken up with the BRIGHT'S DISEASE MELLONVILLE.ORANGE COUNTY FLA.
; Bowers
t established ultimo.! One and Mation ,
r college wa9 asylums of Asia, and the beer shops of Berlinor wentto .j FROM .
: J f the deaf the dnrab and blind fruit statistics of :Florida. the house of Thomas Parish, colored, '
lor the '
Vienna where the And
1 l' ( Tho women only ]lack who bears a positive remedy for .
document being,such as to make a gooland reputable : '
I and thousands of'sehoolswbtle in that SO-S.tJ' I. I. RITE Proprietor.
ff .( virtue to make them irresistible will '
no character him from
decoyed his house .
Lt of interest cultivators GRAVEL STRICTURES
great our ,
t 5: i. .shoit time, more. than one thousand doubt often smile when he thinks of the and in a most horrible manner butcli -- ,. .: : Atvc_ ., \ .n' DIABETES THIRST NATIONAL BANK
in _. _._..._ DYSPEPSIA
,.i r ; miles of railroad were built, and an examination will appear our semi-weekly in sections seat he once 'glorified occupied-not ed the old man and l left him for dead, CalLhan.Feandina.__._.__ 73S s:3oa: m* r35 p D NERVOUS, I :

will how record but little and the whole will be published but not being dead when! found communicated B -.-r"g ,3.Sole. DEBILITY FLORIDA.
t r 1". a in the weekly NEW SOUTH of Saturdaynext filled-by a fourth rate lawyer, whoso the names, of the foul; pre- a twln'{...__._.:__._9:30:Ie.a. 3:23 ae DROPSY, ,.
: ''
i t better in of the other Southern 1:18 JACKSONVILULn
any and extra for which only recommendation seems to have petrators. The citizens of Walton county Sare.-un.__.____ 11:10
::4 l JStates. copies printed, been that he tried to destroy this republic. offer a reward as''will be seen i in Archr.Ginr\'ilt ___...........'IS p D 9:49 .NON-RETENTION OR INCONTINENCE Or fitly National Bak M tjtratit U OuSiatr.
orders be left the week ,__..____. URINE IRRITATION. INFLAMATION
can during by Bronn 3:55
( : I I: Judged thus by their respective ro- Desire Truly the whirligig of time bringsits another column, for the arrest of Charles Cedar: K cys.. ??.._...,......6=0. 6:30 904Sa OR ULCERATION Or THE Exchange on SavnuabandNew York sold,and Zx-
; all who to preserve for future Mation Bowers is in eustody.-Marz'an- change on all Northern
; r c.>tds. the Republican paity stands out Future historians CONNECTIONS. poises bought
revenges. writingof
I I. reference, a valuable document. no. Courur. .KIDNEYS'SPERMATORRHOEA AT CURRENT RATES.DIRECTORSAND .
I ., t as lh< party of progress, of Improve- the Rise and Fall of the Great Republic At FERNANDINA with Steamer City Point from I _
.f '' luept nnd the friend of the widest possi- A WHALE CAUGHT OFF TilE BAB.- Charleston and Savannah,Mondays at 4 a. m.; steamer S '
decree that the South STOCKHOLDERS
may was right from Charleston and Savannah, :
Our Letter.WASHINGTON Mention made in the last issue luut a '
Washington was of Tay
{' With .
J. bo4iitTuirn of education and general steamer Lizzie Taker t Frrtif*, \ }}rtf.
and all loss
: .5 our blood and
precious the of tho
Observer whaling schooner Brunswick and St. ,Mary's ? at a..ra r JoHj.CLA".Esq.
1 (: intelligence.Jltrc March 2. treasure "Admiral Blake" lying of the bar in those points on Fridays at 8 a.ty (- f Leucorrhcea' Whites Diseases of the Prostratt Hon.F. E.Snmm, W.A.McLwe Esq..
I Gland Stone U tha BUdder Colculus.,Gravel or Brick- PHILO REMINGTON. Esq, C.A. Eiq..
It is that the session is FAiBCMiut.
r ,. thc'iv i? a strong relson. strong singular now BASED UPON A UE. search of whales. The ,Blake was in At BALDWIN with J P.& M: R. R f Jacksonville dust Deposit, and, Mucus or Milky,Discharges. SAM'L REMINGTON,Esq, DAMON GKUKLBAF, Etq.

,tt.j 4 L enough tu be a commanding one, why drawing to a close, what crowds gatherat Talking about diamonds, Mrs. Fitch this port some two months ago ,and tho At GALN at 4o7p.LSVILLE.I.; Jacksonville with tn-weeUy state 9:0.m.for I w.C.SQUIUS. Esq.. W.M.'BonwKK.Esq.

intelligent und thoughtful citizens of the the Capital. Perhaps they have become Captain became convinced., tba$ whales Tampa: ,wit stage. line f Newaansvfllc, Tuesdays, September s6,1874. "+IY
y' : t is to get hers free of all duties. Isn'ttbere were to be found in the vicinity'of this'II and Fridys. KEARNEYEXTRACT! -' S :

.0 : & t11:1'fl! Stales should adhere to the enamored of the wisdom and Intelligence a grain of money somewhere in II bar. It seems his 'conjectures were correct At CEDAR KEYS:with steamers to and fromTJe.* DENNETT HOUSE,

: f : .,: ( j':anj v.'liifli, as the constant friend of displayed by ,the members this ? I have read the history of this for Tuesday last one was seen to West DrIcaos and,'e.er SatJ.. Widv from str from Key ,

: 1 : ; to iropnnement and advancement, best during the varied..phases.of legislationand country with mingled interest and dis the south-cast of the vessel.' The boats daysV itb Steamer Cool,:from Tampa.the places Sundays Thurs I f '. BUCHU. PORT ORANGE, FLA.,

.\I \! -,' ;-l I:. 2:roftiotcs the I individual 1.interests of each so gather around them as a gust. 'Tis a pleasing fiction, and tendS't up were with at once, him lowered ho was and ha.rpooned.It upon coming Tampa Suwannee',, Mondy.FrilYs;"fox With Suwannee..Steamer.Tuesdays.Wawenk,f Permanendy cures aO Disea es of tho 'By MRS. BENNETT & MRS. DOBBINS.

t'f f.<;; citJ/cn and the commqn good of all. HUGE ANIMATED KOQUET sound the depths of human gullibility; proved to be one of the l "light" .whale L 5'13 "-. ", _' D.E.MAXWELL.Supcnntendent.DEPORT ,. BLADDER, ;' KIDNEYS: AND riRbpsI. This new house funuahed is now ready to receive guests lib
I' comfortably throughout,and is capable of ac.
i 't I Again, the Democracy as a party of public approbation. Perhaps owingto but nowhere do I find any deed of dar- and it is'thought will yield about eightyor .' 'SWELLINGS., conmodating 24 uestt. No pains will be spared. toyizake
0 ninety. barrel! ol oil. .The oil'is '. I : : r the table,sansiactory to its patrons.rThe .
: nro strongly and utmost malignantly opposed the fact that so many of the present ing credited to Mr. Fitch on account oj =

: to nil immigration that will introduce members have deceased politically, the which Undo Sam should make him a Fernandina valued at about Observer.30,00 per. ;barrel. : 'j.. .JOf the.condition'ef tha :' Existing in men,women and children, I schooner--

r. liberal, enlightened' and intelligent populace come to view them once more, I present of some fifty thousand dollars. "TilE. .CITY. OP NASSAU: 1.-7ByJ. t. livka-. FIRST NATIONAtBANKOF FLORIDA, /MATTER/ WHAT .THE 'AGEIProf i I ELIZA 'BENNETTWUrfca

T r clement of population that will not as we view our loved dead ones-silently I The act that made this passible should thou of Mr. Sam'l 'A..Swann1 numberof '. Foster's wharf/Jv-ksoBvffleJorvPort Or-

: : q be likely for any length of time to bow and.tearfully. But whatever the cause, have been entitled an act to encourage' gentlemen visited on Wednesday a ; 'a bW Jacksonville. March ist1873.KESOCKCXS.the State. .r of rid at .dose.; :,Steel says:" :One hota'oIKeariL'y'. Fluid aoge safe facilities once in two foe weeks reaching,aoetding that place.parties pleasant Comfortable and
: 10 bigoted dictation', or yield nny long the fact remains the same; every evening husbandry," and referred to tho committee site of .theiproposed' town'of: Nassau, < .. comhIL.f Extract Bucha,is worth more than alt other,i iPn Buchus. Cabin. Accommodations.DOBBINS. FM particulars GUN apply SHOP at,

ontinucd! obedience to Democratic dog-' sees the huge on agric 1ture. General' Sher- about seven miles from this city, on the ; I Corner Bay and Hogan streets.JacJuomUle,Fla.43Due .'
Loans and ,____ .'
line of rnilrad.'fhe dUDt 150/43 92 One Dollar per Bottle;er Six BosI'fwThre notice of the time of arrival and departure of
t 1 matism. The whole northern and westcm -: lU.TlON.U"BEE; HIVE man is n brave, and distinguished soldier party were very U.S. ,se circulatlon ._' '3010000Dae Dollars. .t ., .' '. the schooner wit be&I"eDlft the paper. 1-93 ya
favorably impressed with the locality U.& Bundles band. uooouo .
portion of the Union Is filled with i swarming with all grades all colors and but I don't think it was an act of much ,. and the quality of the land. It is accessible Due< from from approved other r agents. .' >..53S 48 DET'o4.DUANE'S' ?. NEWYORK.- < RESORT.

k immigrants from the Southern States, I all politics. The door-keepers nearly temerity to become his son-in-law, espe- by either railroad) ,:'or:'water; and Due from State Hag and&b r--t-_ 1,33. 1 -" i : .., ( WINTER

from the natural adaptability of'the I'sin 1 Real estate, and nztures_ ... 1,815 08 A Physician la attendance to. answer. correspondence, .
who allaie kindly welcomed to political get the rheumatism bzu ding' in cards, cially when each a swe t girl as Minniewas Cut ftDc taxes M 84 and give advice gratis. L. "' SPENCER HOUSE. ST. MARYS, GA.

to fruit growing, is. one of,the most Prenuuais ....a........ pd. 115 _, ," r ,'. -
action social ; :
kindness and manly friendship and the feet"of the pages, are covered the prize; and a :trip to Europe ,,1,1 oq : ; u : Opposite Fernandiaa, Fb.,BOW cnn Fint-dass ac-
desirable locations in this The Checks and cash ..,.., .,_ .
vicinity. ite. 12 *TAMr, commodationa
I and ,no, one there thinks of stigtna- with bunions wliich they will carry would have secured the diamonds. With notice headed"Rural II meli" in another Bins of or Nato Banks ..... ..i*.'.... 13,464 0 255'r vn ,,-
$3 to
ti'ing! them as foreigners or of avoiding away with them members of the times tho cr for bread going up io Heaven column will, bo.found of, interest in bisconnectionFcrnandina' Specie Fractional(including CICY luC 11,14) a ; '. '; per comforts day-$12 $18 per week .
.' .' 6 .' .,, ,. With a&the sad conveniences of a Northera*
them as aliens, or of attempting exclude that tried their lcs: Last night' for from every city with hungry and homeless : .Observer.. Legal-tender nots. ... .. 17.,6< ; f 'I: : ji: : ; Home. St.Manrts situated aear the mouth ol the St.
'- ' Redemption fund wit U. S,,,.Treasurerc rll ; ', YP: ;, r ,. ,. Mary's River...The location sad heahhruiness of the-
them from equal social and civil two hours I watched 'the'living, breathing people at e\"ery'door. I do not believe We clip from the Cedar Keys Journal: ( titf %Dt'J Af )_.-* ,.;,0 ;. '< 1' .o place is Dot surpassed oa the Southern coast. STR

privileges and immunities. Such a thing panorama that surged and swayed in flinging fifty thousand dollars MajGeo..,P.. Fowler, .hag boon appointed TCt'I,9,,7SS 6i .', AND, "DEBILITATED_ having LIZZIE;through BAKER tickets goes cast direct have to the them House.exchanged Parties of

there would be looked upon as stupidly before me. Here was :a 'countryman away, even though it falls on tho top of by tho-Post .Office Department: II" .. ; other purser point of steamer desired.to. Liberal stop over terms at made St. Marys with parties or any

4 ridiculous the very height of absurdity. and his bride, arm in arm,,examining our General daughter. If I had been as local ,agent( ..of mails, for this p9int. Capital stock paid'bL__,,.. _.__ IJOJDOO. oo .OF: BpI.ilEES., desiring to make.permanent stay. Send for dicular.LA .

I I But in the South, generally, every man the gorgeous' decorations 'of' the'Senate Mr. Khedive and wanted to make a present Glad to see him with uandhopc.hic' will. Other National vndividcd Bank notes pro6tsUM.outstanding1.. u.M...M.:_V.L '310,NO'CHARGE' "b-FOR ADVICE AND, ,CONSUL"TATJON. TOURETTEHdUSe.Bereea.Pou '
who comes in to cast his lot j I should 'most become, permanent' citizen., Individual deposits .ube to .' '45.- May'ist.Z$7$.. ,J., BOWMAN.Proprietor.-
3 ,though wen Reception Room, whereSICKLOOKING certainly bnpaid 1 Demand ce': t .6_
J'ceci"cdD hospitably entertained if the myself. But these bar- Mr.;M. 1). Fick'cn and 'Gcorgo'ealtwo Certified ml cheka__._o...........__'__ 130 G .-
.r* CUPIDS expressage gentlemen from J li1I'I, ., 'arrived Due to State Brnks and be'j.6 0 16 Dii J. 'EioTiira&ate: ; of Jefferson Medics WAVERLYHOlJS; : ;
P he nets and talks in accordance with grow melancholy) ,o"trr ,the numerous. bariansdon't know anything.: I don't'J : here lastfcrenirig, eriroute for I. ''.., College PhfladelprJa. author of several vahiablework, .
; L.r. be .
Southern Democratic feeling, 1 isJUtle assignations that are made'within these \.e they ever heard of M nat.eo. :Th y'i are stopping'' ,at the STAn 11.,'t FLOBIDA' ?. .r --. .- 4193"SS.*. can Organs consulted, (which on all he diseases has mode of the an Sexual especial ar study Urinary ) JACKSONVILLE..

thougtifof ho dares to Gulf lIo sc/nnd leave tomorrow with so CU OP_DBVAI.. .:, act i a :1--
I according four walls. Ony scat was shrowdet CONGRESSMAN SAM COX I JAMBS lv!. Chie'of the'Ime aL.-. Iginadng orohowIniig.st1Ina. A practice of and refurnished,will. .hereafter as the. .Wwrty >
to h\\ own conscience large party on Schooner-Ida Mn'xon, bank/do solemnly enables 30 H_. '
$ It yean him to diseases with
or judgment widow almost\ tearsover the awer treat success. Cores
yon g And talking of Cox puts me tuindof a the entire party,-express, themselves:as I true t the best of my knowledge a. guaranteed-. Charges reasonable. ,Those at a dblsnos .:rt.RMs, _."_. OKs-TiTD.*.,
a be.
f opposition to Democratic dietat Ion. defeat of her dear little l bill JAMtS M. SHOEMAKER can forward letter J. J.TOMF '
prospective etory which Cox tells:of, himself, showing being highly delighted with; climate, : ( stamp to describing. symptoms' and'enclosing. 'Of the Haddea Hoase.Atlantic C .N./-
It is well to this r ];' Notary Public, pay postage'Send uy"ONCRIEF .
% deny fact, and on the Opposite her were two young girls, and it'Manatee cornea upto their expectations 'U.BUS _143ns., '
ho "
4 part of a very few of the more liberal whoso irc&h'1 (aces looked out! .the reason The why Cox, homestead became a newspape'r in many"respects, :Mr.'Neal,and .CORHECT, I -- Attest T.W.C: :i MORE." ", . ,' fcr the ,C*}- it 11.-lJ.-' "Price ioc.' -,;HOUSE- ,, '
I man.: was several of the intend to settle there.; DAMON 'V \ ] .
and intelligent of the party ,
the .
Democracy of place there, and gathered fresh roses: in Grecnsvillc, Ohio, and of all tho wild We feel sure they will, be heartily wel- .;. CilAS. A.FAlRgHlLD.J'pLrUMBII ; :IB....JDYOTTJdM--; ; .,, Coc. Pine. and ForsytK. streeM lie,First KauaaalJACKSONVILLE.'FLORIDA
11 denial is true, so tar's individual feel- under the wide stare bf the : 0 "eppoa .
professional .
cQme and -
boys of tlut.t'wild town, Samuel was ,: wo m sh.them a pleasant yoy- ; ; 1 Physician Surgeon. Duane s'N.Y.
: ., in Z goes, but as a whole, the Democracy )lobbyist near them.' I don't think I have among the wildest. One day Sam bad age. .G .' "r'. 1 '- .

though perfectly willing to profit by ever seen 'so' many) lobbyists' as were justcomo: down stairs when ho noticed On Thursday last Mr*...Rufas. Torap- 'Hi.i i r' ND' OBERSON &: MAPSON" .' 'I Is noW open for guests.- --This aouse la eSrittlYthroughout ar.*
; .R' .and Will remain tUt May sat.
S their share of the money (,bat may be present last,night; .like maggots in.car? 'ON'TUB TOP OF ,THE WOOD SHED son a resident, offu1t IlummoQk icef ,. <. .,'t 'COPPER-SMITHING. 'S ',1 : r :: :; open EYANS t RAlliES- :

brought In from abroad, arc unalterably ri amprepared execute of description
4 opposed to the general] extension to Republican button-holing a Senator here; pleadioj] about twelve! miles' distaqt rr tI) e. former ; : every, SHAVING SALOON} /'M-9 jn, Adaatk! cLyNJ.1DyA ._
strutting to and fro. Now Thomas had
.' placeV When about eight miles In_th" most satuioctory .manner.tand 9'iatroogcoftbepublIc 'y.ft. so- '. :' ., : ..; I "
: Immigration, of the same equal with A member there ever on {no look- made! appointment with another cat from Bronstin he Vas-overtaken by (he : ,. corner oUayait&" Pine streets,where all the modera *,BPARD.: .
t .
social and political rights extended',tq out for prey. In darlien'ed'coincr anc of the softer sex, and as he\ paced back Eastern bonnd train l the-engineer npon *. f appliances used by the best saloons ia lbs country.cam : '

their friends who have. settled in the near grim statues that made'a sheltered first discovering him, .some two or three ..Oe left a DOBBfNS'' c1 SHOP' r-a/Mr. belaud./" They_ also fcirntiBtt alt hours, J. '." ''1THE STICKNEY# noUs.S
and forthwasbummIngto: himself hundred yards.a head, blew tho whistle : '.... i 'I'J' 1, ; ,t. ( r > [ .>1'.. '. ;: ., t .., ;'"

Xortb, and which, were they themselves nook,were young couples, .oblivious of She. I Is coming.y ow,my tweet. ;,J In all lime for, him to, 'get.off. j [ .{Ism Iop I,j ifl>;,\i''uec J 'wepsom: r |t "HOT. ,",'NDLU'IJ. _1. .1,. ,.TJls, I ,.,:..,.1f..:, -I ,-.'I '21G ByMR.S..iPAT.a. _, J. ,I.' .

to go there, they would demand and rr- everything but, themselves. telling each *.i Were it ever so airy tread; stead of getting oft' from the sido of 1(19( ;h 1t. qwo.druio. <:'I' ; ufn' -Ticker.entiding the1 bearer to eight shaves,far.sal.! Good board at Maaoaabl rate*.f!,)'< "'_ '
: i ClfO.as'matter of rfg t. 'If this be other the 'old] old story, wliich.1 'on 'tho Mr heart would hear it and beat,' road where he was sprang ; :W. : U. rfcJ&hc shaves,'hair.cutticf and shampooing Liberal terms made for those desiring to akt A per .
;: ; . .: I". .,* : .Jltough' earth la an earthy" bed. suddenly. i J f ? :iT .JiWMJCUR.'' <1J.5D 1I'p i .' ,'.'yj,*jt: v.

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CITy .NEWS. R. W. Grand, LodgeI. O. q. J, pointed for the -., .f" ,.
tf into this
purpose, re respectfully country as a commercial enterprise ATLANTIC mAST UNC-PASSENGER .
n -- f f ,The annual&elSionor fh Right Worthy vita your attention to the following will soon be dead and buried. PAR JUNJ, DE. HOTBt.. ARRIVALS.WAVERLY '<.i t .MISCELLANEOUS: ,, Ai a&Tt "

D.JtSD**- J\I :NG. Grand Lodge of the State resolutions of said Association, and Nk wuJezJ.GT9wN.c.uaca1t.dis.; '" : '. '
This ] .7.u. tJA(
[ gentiemoi, was very gratifying 10tSEJ.
yoU : consideration of tbe.ame.viz: : The irawtloB of the North-found Travelers JCoa.) h.
March 10, 1S7S. met l last week at Monticello, adjourningon WHEREAS, A State fair ground, located and'no small praise to Florida, considering t9 the fact tVat. commencing March the .d. 1875.Invited**. A Smith and'.Mrs.South: C,1... p.. C H R Black R: T l :J.:HOLLAND. : : ,, :

: :_----- Thursday the 4th inst.. after electing at some cent point in. Florida..is : that the writer had nnnsnal fadli-] HnJy new Parlor and Drawing-men Can.lc-h ex.prcstly Waynesburg.r Mead and Pa Mn; Dr R C HaUcy. Whiiehavea Pa; t 'J *

: Camp Meeting. l the (ollowing.officers for the ensuing o Vital( importance lo the'prosperity of- | ties for comparing European) and West tw the service and furnished with due regard to Adas**..Bangor, Mc; Wi N YOiasWarncr.Leeds and.Ma, fearah CU S .,' WATCHMAKER ANt.
vii four State; "nd'J : comfort, and elegance.wlfl nm ea att. da&y train be- Leeds.West Chester:Pa H KaapD and daughter. .-' *-c.
desires year : w Indian fruits'with JEWELER _
us to Florida ;
SquireiJaclwn! an- the specimens N Y M Johnson.. .
WHEEEAS ; BaWsMrer Lovlck.
Rtf. The time has f }flvariiiid. twee Nl' c.. ud .oroetji.Va:. indirect LI fhl -, _
M. W. Grand Master .J. J' phiai S L Benson.N Y:Gilbert T(iochran. .qtwt;
will B.Collins I had
two day's meeting and the industrial forwarded. coBusnuucatioa Corwr Plas
1hst a classes suffering wida.pUicat i steamers of U ty. Pa: W A'StooViard. Springfield. At; aa4 BsySta._
210111I.re st the camp ground .I miles I of Monticello. for the want of said grounds; therefore Now gentlemen, coinciding I dowith &he'BaJ Lhiic Hooper.Kingston,Va N;Y C R.F F TD and Sin)Ta JACKSOXYILLE.. noIUDA.J..J.'I J .v"'J ,14 _

eolDlI'- on Saturday, March R. W. Deputy Grand Master-R. D. beitBesolvcd pleasure the palm of Scan or compartments caa be secured by telegraph Chicago; H H: PC'and Ni PDI _
Jrestof Brooklyn, great t ,. .superiority : : L. lS t- .t..aI
to undersigned f
Murray of That the Duval County Ag- by application lo conductor viuoa.l N Y: Yra &W -:- _
West. -
Key cultural to your fruits and being perfectly I upon night train north upon Wilmington, Columbia & MONCRIEF NcOrdnud.o : U5 'to
ISth. Society recommendand ETAIB ,
.earnestly *
.r R. W. Grand Warden-J. W. ""Whit, request the Legislature of[ Florid I satisfied thatTno finer climate" than that Augusta Railroad.Stateroonis .* J T M HOUSE_;'F W J* os.Phil,. -New Jewelry, Clods,, IVis/ -.tJ I _

Mrs. E. A. Taylor. ney, Ja.c'ksonvl1e. o' give material aid In 'assisting the;[ol Florida exists in the world. I regret and berth upon the Bay Line Meamert <)!eipWa: Chas Read, Conn: Dr.'A FvDu. .Mn cs, Diamonds,Plated aid ..t.tit

that this lady purposes gi v- R. W. G. Treasurer tb locating and erecting of said A b" .second;by t)>t>licauaa.to.cooduooa 01 day lcC.l, C np.MIM AHc Phetoi.Spr'ns- Solid Gold atuTSilo I
\fe learn Samuel, Quaile! grounds, to say that even now in our:own. Northern train upon the WOmingtoo & W cJdoD Riilro J, fiemi n.New W Koikfbrd, In C F 11j tSti; )
.or K
"thHitizens of Oieen I Cove and St. o Tallahassee. provided that said grounds be not,used a widespread .idea prevail by telegram to the. ad dphla: YO Rol 8.. I J* 'son Fort vet Ware, etc.; ntH -:1'IW-

:nstioe le pleasure! of hearing her R. .\'. Grand Secretary-Charles E. lor any, or specie drinking* Dorse-racing saloons. gambling of the lawlessness of your people'and of .DdcrsiA. POPE G.Fort orgr George.. Fla; Fla.-'Waton.. N A"Hyer! ,R Concord.e.rt a N E Ver.; .;, .H/.f .ht.

readiD She will also, if time permits, Dyke, Jr., Tallahassee. ''fiesolvedfurther, That the Secretary the consequent insecurity life and 3- m. .,General. PassengecAfcnti'. -;i 'i Cushing GRAND: .Mrs Gushing.Boston. DIAMONDS, PEARLS AND'rrRE-1f{ -"'1ft& _

P.lstka. ; The next yearly session of this Society requested ,to forward .\ COUNTRY NAT0NA a.McCixur.Pnoni. ClOt'S STUN ES SET'IN -J W "P
read .t meetJ at Key property among.you. 1'\ FIRMS PROMPTLY SUPPLIED W H Lockwoop S C:G A Soulhall.Va rK H Hah* :; FUSE GOLD iInitirt .
,. a copy"oftbese resolutions to his'Excellency With lie best the hiioodVa idi
W cst. Ei-G vernor Reed here interposing Groceries ia Market by Wm.Rich ; CDKiiig.Ei&Ha.iiti.Ny.JH I
Gov. Stearns, to the.President of j fa cash.. i_ttf RPS cKechan. B M Parke.I'hOa; Bellman.CaruUr : 1O .
Religious.The la' the Senate the the said: ''That remark calls for a word or] BUILDERS AND' CONTRACTORS r ; H Cane. N .Yr F Barry. rf
Speaker Assembly Blr D
Mn Wunrr.Mu Ltltfrr >at/ I4I.t
Wun. ,
Mwt Afttugraxr.
Rer. Mark-Grow:.of Wilmington, ,Fire in.the City. and to the Senator and Representatives two on my part. I believe I know something WiU fend a complete usortmctt of lumber, diencd ilaH W Knapp Mn Knapp Port H Wuner. Fancy Ev-tnid.vsi -.fwi

v.C. preached a most eloquest sermon About S a. m. on Monday t morning, afire of Duval county.'Utaoltcd Committeeof of this Stste,'and you ,will therefOre and Lumber undressed Yard. mouldings Orders,be shingles delivered etc.,at at landings the Depot on PiN PiN ewark H Rrpley.; k A Mr Lle.Bto.Riptey.) J t/Mara W Croolrer..Dt.ln Prov D.. %- all artiitif maw : vzkt

at the Catholic Church, on broke out in the house occupied further.Thata allow me to that life and Maxwell 1dlla.E B WilburK. '
Sunday. by say property the River receive especial attention. V -
j tst three, of which the President shall be ; S RO Liuvile; R P C Co I:41
the Merry of God. As n specimen',of Mr. Savelle, on the west side of Ashley Chairman, be appointed to visit Tallahassee are as secure from molestationin Address_ ,_ : : LctsJ.Bats.y Mn Boibm.'N Steams;Brooklyn H D Bendheiin E u.; D Steams; i, -. .** \J.-I

forermc oratory, considering the.reverend street. A strong south-east wind blowing ana urge this subject upon the Florida, as they,are in any part of.the NOTICE. | Ly Vj;; A N Beldine.; Mn Lyman Mrs Lyma. Mia Standard time by Chrqnomer: 'i
l at the time the attention of the Legislature. North Pbompson, Mis*'Ida d.CWl01 ten rated by .transit '':.. fir
preacher's age, it was highly credi- fire' soon extended or indeed, anywhere else in the Burn win pledge to scQ Clothing.Gentlemen's in. D Cib B .Paige Mr Pa e. Wiar Mm A
i itself to the adjoining house occupied by In presenting- resolutions, the world.. derwear,Blankets,Overcoats OoaVs.TaI_.Cover BoMm: S Adam. )fc_ E b Wvcoof. Phila; observations.-: i
: I2bC.! Committee deem it to lets Trunks Valise Silk and For Hal fend A Lltd 5Id.WAGeildBst.i; C B :
p- unnecessary urge *, myriad Luddd *- _
Mr. Moon Isuc Nt -
Col. Mi11er.r I believe Spnn er. H W
completely deslroylng'bothbouses. the new ng:, and Her. N '
representatives of a of other articles r.t.rim. '
upon people
) too numeral to mention at tvry Ptula; N S LiuUSeH. : ; *o
Supper Diser/Mn '
: A Iusi4; The bouse occupied by Mr. whose prosperity depends almost sdlely have experienced the truth of what yousay __, ;"il-Mtf i B: G,TO. Mn TO 1 Mn Crair.Duer Mn. ; ,,ACKKT row TH*Crt ., Ann BOVIL AJID. 7 -

: The Union Brass Band, having given Savelle was insured in the Home Insurance upon agricultural and .industrial development Governor, and shall. when I get NO RING! LOW PRICES I HONESTY W f.T HoRey Mn, Boston; C,C WeUmaa.. W Savannah hite,Sararmah; K B: -- ,BtBB WATCH.' *: 6Very :.7. .".itd' ."
B. Artor, Esq., of New York, a the importance fostering and home do best KellogKN,Y A H Mundee.Tallatusseep : t/Ijc- i.
.J Wifliaffl Company of,New'Irork, Mr.; my to clear d1e reputation Is the motto at Rich'emporium. 10-21 if ; Mrs Pe.
handsome serenade, that gentleman Geo. R..Foster, agent. Moon's was uninsured l legitimate encouraging means uch within development their reach.by every The of your State from suchunfoundedimputations. FAITH. HOPEAND CHARiTY ka.10.J Bell. B H ;DooVe;L.lJawD. .JoT Jas McMillan.H Prev- stylish Ladie Hats at EUCKVSPRESH ,>. .':.'1q ;
A-J S Moody, Ft
tendered them a popper. got up in i and the local agent of another selection of a suitable location, and the I I have been among you The last but not least b fuund'by ,buying gioceries- J W Robin on. Mn Rob CoUmsc son. Me J SwAth. Mn Washington-Va,
Teter A. Lyman's best style, which New York ot lands and sufficient fro mRicb. H M Osbori,. Norbllc; Mn Cooway. Mao._ H; ARRIVAL'i: : .
lr. Company informed the reporter appropriation means, now two successive winters, and.have 10-31 tf P pe. Mn Pope. N C: J P CJlett, Mn Gillctt : ...
wj partaken of with a relish by all the of the NEW SOUTH that only a to'enable'the fitting up place for been treated with a kindness and hospitality G M Demanet, Mn Demanet N Y:' O H Taft. Mn; ; ;fi.
Taft.G S Taft GOOD3ra
an annual gathering of our agriculturists ,Bostoa; J Cankk Toronto R ti .
numbers of the band. i i few days since be nrged-Moon to Jnsore fruit-growers, stock raisers, and everywhere I-went-which;, I shall Weighing 47S Ibs. will bead for ten cent* per pound. Mrs,Baltimore; Mrt P |* JJt sailtOD. Mn C H"miLon.Bigrer .. :'tjt

--- his house. Verily ,but procrastinationin manufacturers to exhibit to the world not readily forget. .One.word more-as I II at the Famou Tennessee.Beef Stalls,south cad o s nikh Ravmond.. Toronto Via S M: Admiral ttudlonfc.A'frn Pr! .vdance U S:N K: L J M E C CENTLEMENS' AND'WINTER WtARtZeaACuso ,

Temporarily Disabled.F. i this case, instead of being the thief the resource.and Industrial,"wealth and now intend to reside here for a part) the Po market. Also Sausage Meat-to cents per pound; Chicago K awccU, H Vn P Fawcett. Mn Pitisl.ur; W G Coolidge 4 : H" m
; Dunhaok
.15 cents per pouad. .Suvn. Dunham Y G S Hub- n
Esq., the efficient ticket of time advantages of our Stat, cannot but of let bard., Mn Hubbard. Rev EM FRENai, ENGLISH. GERMAN 1"'''*
B. Fapy, was to Mr. Moon the thief of every year, m* say-let us avoid 1."tC Williamc.Mn Wj4flai TTALLtV

and freight agent of the Jacksonville his domicile, furniture and all. of recommenditsclf the 'people. amiyour'memoria1ists,to the representatives politics by every means.. They dono. STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING. G Chicago loee .Detroitr P Mitchell.E N Welch.Rock Mr NUM.Welch A Glover Uariord Mn: W AND AMERICAN: TABRICS," '': ''ilj,
Thompson, Phila; A M Davidson.N Y : :: < LsvcI ,
0 H
Pensacoia and Mobile Railroad, was in most respectfully beg your earnest consideration good and only tend to revive memories Notice b hereby five that a Special Meeting of the Mn Harlan Chicago. J E English. F;English.Hailan New AS '.'1'1 :,

the city last week rind on crutches,' were Florida as a Hunting Country. of the BirbjecU which are now, thank God, :almost for- Stockholder!of the Jacksonville Gas Light Co. will beheld H Mis ayeaJ Snowdridge.H Glawford N Y;,J London H Lee,Mn En<;Lee.J SnowdndKe D ; FINE BROADCLOTHS. CASSIMERF3INGS VF.3T-....

sorry to observe, the result of a Northern sportsmen, like an unfortunate And as in duty bound, will ever pray. g otten. I believe a great future is Open at UU,pffice of the Secretary of the Co., oa Saturday R I; J J E Hoflmire, M.S Hoffmire,N Y; H.ukins. AND GLNtRAL FURMSHINa. f" .' rat I
HlKHSON REED, President r ,the ijth day of March 1875. at u A.M..toadopt ST. JAMES HOTEL-CAMTBHX& AxtiawL the GOfJUS 'J
accidentManufacture I believe stare ,.
to in the advent of
late New'Tork who you. a .1,., ft -
party,from went the' B F ')
: oece%sary measures to provide wan and: Parker;Mn .Parker and child L EARATIER .
a. to Texas last December-not in the usual This memorial was presented in each time, and that before ten years shall I means to .change the present Rosin Works to Coat Gasworks H H Wright. Batrieboro.Vt; Henry Coffin Bostoo.Mn Mass Co-; J. : ,. -.," ", '.<.Jt ;
of Cigars in Florida. House by representatives from Bah ave elapsed when shall 'see this ,without delay. fin.J B Ames.)Irs Ames Mm E Ames.F F Amtx. "' Merchant T 1or.1I.
acceptation of the saying-but to hunt val and referred to the Commt- we Mn L B Stone lirookljn.N Y; StraW H Terry.Mn i
county State of Florida the fruitful mother H. H. HOEG. Secretary. T tiry. W H Terry;Jr.Chicago:J II McKuhan. R M Laura StreetJust above Bay Streeti :.II :
of in Florida of T
The manufacture cigars Buffalo and of whom well known tee Ko action .
a on Agriculture. was' Jacksonville.l1a..Feb. *4th, 1875. .->7 tdai Parker. Philadelphia; B T tollman. Carlisle. Par' K U-2I-Gm JACKSONVILLE .
which before tbe insurrection. in Cuba, sporting paper tells a; tale of sufferingand taken by the Committee of the Senate, tropical fruits and the garden spot of O k rendorf Haskdll.CD.Baltimore Kin!Mn. Henry C B Cone. NYJTM t'. **Tt
Goodyear A T Good *
6t a branch of State industry, was quite disappointment, should bear in mind but the Committee of the Assembly reported this Continent. AN EXCELLENT HOMESTEAD FOR SALE.I year Mis Goodyear. Chicago, 111 Mr D }larslci, Fine black dress coats and fancy, neck wear at. Buck j's..;* .
that while the Mrs Fbn.Jers.ltrs D M 1andey '-, .
: acknowledging .Mrs W E .ivi.J
confined to few The remarks of Col. Miller listened offcf my homestead with, if desired,two,three or r Mrs Flanders
insignificant: being a that even there Buffalo are found to belike of the subject in view of were H Lizht&ol.M L Sunn, Mr Harry Brown. Ma- '
importance '
four acres adjoining land,the whole now set with the c on. Ga: W H Hoppock. Mn ) fl'
exotic Cubans settled along tho coast, angels' visits, few and far between, the financial condition of the State, they to with marked attention to the|best seedling oranges the only reason for selling being Mrs F. U KimhaJl.Salem. Mass Hoppock.New: Mn A A Bennett.York J FOR SALE. .. "!r.i H

amounted last year to twenty-five millions and then usually in the very dens of the deemed it unwise at this time to make close,when the proceedings terminated. a pecuniary inability to improve the place as it deserves. W droth.T Bennett N Y; 1 f M Boston PhilbricL; MISS, Key AngeU.West N.Y Mn: F A Aben.. The Lease and improvements on two Cry Lot in ',;
nine hundred and six thousand and Camanches and Apaches. Here in Florida any appropriation. Therefore, nothing Forty or fifty of the orange trees will undoubtedly bear 1 crtoii, Mi>* Kate Allerton, Mis Allerton; Chicazor A!J i in the town of Lavilla about. .. .
substantial was accomplished more than In in the asmiJIclC3SOlL The whole place offers the best R Bradlbrd.Mn adbrd.! N Y Victor DeL Dehton ONE-HALF MILE FROM JACKSONVILL P.O, '
tbirt half the distance from New York Short. Mn Gehton.'BaIJmorc A W .. ,
} ; Belding Mn -
to the for future action chance in the of BeUling.
for first-class
propose way vicinity Jacksonville a 1 RockvUle Corm E The
-a-- 1I ; Lyman.Mn Lyman.Miss place is fenced ia with board fence six feet .
sportsmen can enjoy themselves to their. when the State and people shall become The hotels at Green Cove Springare hotel with spacious grounds or for a circle of Bends II I Burlington.Vc Mn Traip. Boston; Ceo Farnsworth Lyman high: contains .' i' 4

Art Notes.A heart's content, within four day's of more fully alive to the importance of more than full. who wish to live id vicinity,as the grounds will easily I j Mn phia Famsworth.,E J 'AJten Chicago,, Mn Altemus AIrs J P and Levy Philadel. HOUSE, STABLE, GOOD "WELL 'T .
fostering our industrial interests as the admit of suWivuIon Into three or Sour private re i-1. son, Philadel. '
very excellent collection of photographs their home shooting deer wild phiafJCFlor.NY: S Sflm,Chicago: S C Diger. "
,, -Two' Railroad tickets to dcnces And about thourcnd :
best means to reduce taxation and secure :Chicagocan ,!wholesome and every way dnirable locality Mrs Diger. Bostou; Mrs Garrison.Mn B H VanAn- ,
mostly] of citizens of Jackson. woodcock, quail, snipe, ducks and wild I financial prosperity. be bought at the office of the NEW j. s. ADAMS. kia.Mu>* Miller W N Y: 0 H Horton. Mn Horton. FRUIT TREES AND GRAPEVINES \ '
( Mrs P
Chicago .
Blob, N Y: Miss S B ; H
ville. are now on exhibition at Wood'sGallery I fowl too numerous to mention in a delightful Respectfully submitted mond Mn E B Sten Aglet Rich-:
GREAT EXCITEMENT .N Y; E )McQach Paymditer From one to six yean old. WU be sold very cheap.,
Bay street. There !Is a striking clime and with perf ct'immunity HARRISON REED, SOUTH.The Over the political canvass, but greater over Rich's | ,U S Navy: Mn M S Jones a Misses Jones Miss .ff
peach and orango trees about) S ydun.Cal; E Coodwia N Y: K P Gleason Bootrm. ALSO A GOOD BUGGY L". ,{
freshness and lile-likeness about them,I from the dangers incidental to an Indian 'w J Chairman Special Committee. splendid assortment groceries. I F H Chile'*. H W Hcndricks,N Y: S Delbert Phila In
running order. For further >
the all in full particulars enquire .
city arc delphia Mr and Mn Delbert aud t
Children.N Y
In view
of such refusal the J
which would do credit to even a Broadway country. following' FURNITURE. B VonBuskerck, Mn T S Winslow,Mn Window; F .
aBut resolutionproposed by Col. Hnrdee, -The Grand National Hotel, proprietors McCabe. N Y; T W Goodrich, Bokton J I Garrison, H. STEETSKAMP, I -
there webelie
gallery result ve of: .
Just receiving from the schooner )McDonald over Mrs Garrison Detroit: F F Battles, Mn EattlcsLow- TAILOR* .
Ten Prizes Drawn. ] have built an immense tank and I ,
: the new camera lately received. The was unanimously adopted: T enThouaandflollanworthofFurniturcinsnchmiety _________ 12-2 JIll Or at the office of the NEW SOUTH.
new ylace photograph attracts particular As but few of our citizens purchased I WHEREAS. The floral County Horticultural are about to furnish their own gas. r and style as win suit the demands of ., at cll.1Iaa.MARINE INTELLIGENCE. .,,)1.

attention, and is a decided improvement L any tickets in the great Louisville Libra. and Agricultural] Society learn I If -The formation of a new gas company Northern,at the prices old stand with south freight side added.of Bay Call street and between examine Fine Business Suits at BUCKY'S. .. '.-r

on the old cartes. ry Lottery there was no very greai with deep regret from the Chairmanof I in this city indicates something of its Pine and Ldura streets,Jacksonville. ARRIVALS AND CLEARANCES AT THE PORT 07 -. "f.IMPORTANT 4-

-a-- amount of money drawn in the way o I. this the Society Committee td the-, Capital who was to sent request by r future prosperity. I 30 tf C. O. LTVRCGSTOX. JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. TO E\"ERYBODY.\.

For Lake Worth. prizes. Major Conant and Philip Waiter from the General Assembly materialaid 1 11 -Young orange trees may be seen AT "THE WEST END" March 8,Sch.C L ARRIVALS.Bradley.Strom.New York. : i .;

The schooner Eliza Bennett will* leave I risked $ O each, and drew $76.00) in locating and erecting suitable fairgrounds planted in nearly every lot In the city, H. Fchrenbacb Proprietor. will be found the choicest' March March >8.,sir.sch,dry Hattie Point fiugerakl.Charleston. If 700 wib a cenuiae article in the way f Gjar* **$
Card Moore New York.
for the State. and that the General liquors in the city. Imported Bau Ale,Choice Milwaukee *..l
between them. Mr. P. Moody a convincing proofthat the fever Wines.Liquors.&c., to
this for Lake Worth dur go -
city day orange
refused Bottled i
dre'I Assembly, to give such aid. Lager Beer Ale.Belfast Ginger Ale, ..er. Ij-f .
ing the coming week, and can give comfortable $190.00 for $5.00 invested. Mr. I ,Therefore Ie it 'Resolved* That this; has in no wise abated and wine of'all kinds. Scuppernong Wine a prime March March 6.6.scr.sch.Dictator J. B. Vogel,Woodland Charleston.Baltimore J. B. TOGXI...#

accommodations for a limited I and a friend,upon a 5.00 coupon, drew Society do now organize a Duval County] -A few hitching posts for horses in article fur invalids,a specially. Liquors far country, ___ .: :'.4ai'S, :
out $190.00; and a pool of forty individuals Agricultural Fair Association by electing trade and family use_constantly on hand. li5tf ; '
number of passengers. As Captain Ben< front of our stores on Bay street might ADVERTISEMENTS. ',' :I; 'U \
upon an investment of $200.00, a President. Vice-President, six Di BUY YOURSELF A.HOME.A If yon wish to,take recreation in .a good game. 0 S
rctt will make the down and back .
run rectors' 'and a Treasurer from their: prevent a. good many escapades :(ton I = 's.-i jr (!f
with but a few davi,' stay at the lake, was repaid by the sum of 790.00, the number. runaway horses. ViU-A-sm on St.John's river i is oflered for sale. ALL PAPERS QUOTE FROM IT. Billiards,go to J.B.TOGNTS SalOon.Bay street..,_.r.t
One of the most desirable place in the vicinity of Jacksonville
whole amount drawn in this .
this is an opportunity that will not beMch 1 city being Col. Hardee :. Now, gentlemen, as There ia a complaint book kept at' containing 28 acres-about 8 acre ready for THE DETROIT FREE PRESSThe .I.2.., : .

to occur again soon, and will 1 i $1,24- there is no chance for obtaining State the City Hall for the of callingthe planting. particulars,apply at the counting-room ./}
afford a pleasant excursion to I This lathe last, we presume, of the purpose of THE New SOCTM. 4->5tf liveliest family newspapers,full of interesting Imported Bass Ale on draught. Call for it at J. B ;' !
person! ; aid at present for.the furtherance of our attention of the city authorities to news literature humorous sketches,spicy paragraphs I. .
Louisville Lotteries and : TOGNI'S,at the Metropolitan Billiard Saloon.Si -
great Library
visit that i etc. Sample free.
desiring to Copies Subscription
f a
a ,
that ]
object, it appears to me we shall 1 any existing irregularities. postpaid. : .
Tvhile a53mtt4J
those who did
not invest they bad I AddressDETROIT -
-- Blancki I the name bu&tut blank i*the place. Fresh FREE
have to our own shoulders to the PRESS. ---
put -Dealers in fruits never : f
exhibitedfiner ; {
; the chance, now have no chance at all, -- Philadelphia and'Milwaukee Lager Beer on Drwsht, 3"01111 Detroit. Mich.Talmas -
Boot and Shoe Trade. wheel and to work ourselves. It Boots and Shoes neat and durable at BUCKY'S. '
. so far as that organization concerned go specimens for sale' than nthI Free lunch from H td *o'clock. The Wet of Equonouly >:)3
The stork of boots and shoes of A. KFercival strikes mc the best way to begin is to time. Large quantities are' shipped SI kept at,*'Henry's'Retreat.** Bay street,wz of and Peedee Jacket at BUCKYS. ..-..,!; :

corner of Bay and Ocean Sts. make the general'public' .acquainted from this city by every 'steamer. Laura. 11-5 tf OTICE. THE JACKSONVILLE > .1iLr

now offered for sale to our citizens wiU;i The Registration Lists Opened. with our proposals towards ,establishing -The workmen IT WILL MAKE.YOU LAUGH. N ; r 'I

contrast favorably with the beet Parisian The city of Jacksonville having been the fair grounds in question, and I know upon the city park Just received at BettelinT Restaurant.case fine WALL Information of the whereabool of Mr. JESSE N. SALE AND LIVERY ', ,:, .1.,1.
move very slowly] and seem to make i imported.'oldTopaz Sherriesr 5 cases Imported Hungarian is desired at the bookstore of C. L.MATH kK .
loud London makes. The assortment ol) laid out into four separate and distincl I of no better'way at present of doing so but little Trees Tokay; S cases SwUs Vermouth; 5 cases : & CO..Bay sttceC.10 at .
are being
ladies, and children's boots and shoes wards, new registration books have I than through the medium of public lectures : set out paths progress.graded and filled with] Absinthe; xo case Samteme. Constantly oa Swiie Percale shirts.*.nice,at Bucky s. STA.BLES; -

will li. found varied and extensive a swell been opened, and all of our citizens en! upon the Agricultural and Horti delicious Scuppernong Wine,vinted at Chattahoochec .J .2
shells, and the ground is being dug by Col. Martin. tf ; ': 1 ..$1
a*, gentlemen's low gaiter shoes in titled to vote can call upon William II: cultural advantages' of our State. I over. IMJ PROCLAMATION. C. B. McCLENNY, P om Toiu ._'( Sy

French calf of the best and newest style Christy, Esq., City Clerk, at City Hall], propose that these, lectures be free at VINE CHAMPAGN'll, MAYOR'S OFFICE (

The attention of shoe-makers, country and have their names duly recorded. ;at present, and have much pleasure i in -The eveping Jectqres of Rev, R Hi Just feceed.3D} : caset Importot Champagne of the JAOCSOKTILLZ FLA., March rat,2875. '
deiU'rs and the time Solon Weller, of St. John's Episcopal Church LI brand of Mumm's, Moet& doa Pommery(see). Notice is hereby given to the qualified electors of the Notice is given to the public that I have tmrchasec9
trade until six the J'oij'thatMr. Robinson
generally is i in- any days preceding announcing I. Roderer. Delmonlco' Piper fc Heidsicck. Ernest City of Jacksonville that the Annual Election m cit the well-known HARTRIDGE STABLES. oppmiw .
tited ui the large stock of leather and election. has consented to give a public lecture every Wednesday and Friday, upon .the Illroy & Co., Krug & Cola quarts. pints and half. oSlcen5.ic.aiddcywtlbcbcldoa the METROPOLITAN HOTEL and have on hand t

finding always on hand. The books are arranged alphabetical- next Thursday evening at 8 o'clockp. subject of 'confirmation," have been pints for sate by the case or bottle at MONDAY, THE FIFTH DAY OF APRIL 1875 A VERY LARGE STOCK OF HORSES AND' : J _

J ly, and record the number, color, and m.; taking for his subject the "Clim well attended by the parish of which he ia-aj tf BBTTZLIM'S RKSTAUKAHT. Between the hours of 8 o'clock a. m, and svnset of said MULES FOK SALE. ,' .,\ ,

Personal.Majff ] exact residence of each voter, so that ate Florida." Now, as it won't take is rector. ")'IUVATE BOARD day,for the following offices; Those desiring purchase will find it to their advantage -' : '

James M. McMillan. United there need be no mistake. Each visitor' long to exhaust this! subject, I wish to -Sales of real estate have been quite A few persons can be accommodated with good board One One City Mayor.Clerk. stock,adapted to examine to all this uses.nnusu 1 am ty aUo large receiving and attractive r.

States Army Disbursing Officer, has subscribes to an oath before his name I is I 'know fron} Governor Reed whether he prevalent in this city, but on'account of I j In comer a quiet of Cedar family and by Bearer applying Meet to the*, subscriber at the One OneAs Collector>esd>r., ACOMPLETEOUTFITOF <-i

been In town since Monday last to pay recorded, and if his name is om itfjdfrom would be kind enough to give us sonie? the scarcity! vf funds, defect in pertain J-f. If WM.STTTSOH. One Treasurer.One u 'S

arrears of pay and bounty due to the the list, he has no person to blarnf thing the same evening upon the kindred I- titles, and> other local causes, the auctioneers OH. MY_. .! Nine City Aldermen.Marshal. BUGGIES ,PHAETONS, AND.; T

oloreJ soldiers of the late- war, and but himself Old registrations subject of emigration our Stat 5. .cannot boast of having done.a Just received at Betufini's Restaurant*o cases oft a. Br ordinance passed by Cit Council approved by OTHER CARRIAGES,. t ;

finished the payments yesterday. no earthly use. !Ex-Governor Reed: I shall be happy heavy business. ceDe imported French brandy pan of the vintage the Mayor March 1st. 1875. the vote will be cast by : lA
I 1797 and iSjo. This highly_ reconuuended for invalids. Ward and no pervxj will be allowed to vote unless of the latest styles. :i:
Gen. Sanford ____z to; do anything in my power to assistyou" registered in the ward in which he lives :*
while the met Want of ice has fQqr .
op .river | compelled some c> ."" '
*& Duval and Horticultural I- ,and kshall, joe! next Thursdayevening's -. -. ;. The Books of Registration are now open at the City FOR LIVERY SERVICE, *" >v
County Agricultural
quite '
painful accident which rc- fishermen to dispose of the '.finea; ONLY CALL, Hall in charge of the City Clerk,from 9 a. m.to 3 p.m. t"c'f
wlted in fceverely] spraining Ms ancle. Society. lecture, ot Mr. Solon Robinsonat shad we ever saw, at prices 'merely u others bY done,and be that Cheaper Given under my hand and the Corporate Seal oft! c which win be furnished *
He National l Hall, by making a few extended cvia of the City Jacksonville,this the first day of Marc S. '. :..tAT
returned on the flattie. The usual weekly meeting of this nominal. They made large hauls the Bargains can be obtained,and wit pct satisfaction. A, D. 1875. THE SHORTEST NOTICE. -,...,

Bear Admiral Alden, U. S. Navy, ha"tired I Society was held last Saturday' at C.L remark*upon the inducements which past week, but could not find ice enoughto : Polite and attentive salesmen to wt upon every one, 3-3 tdc PETER JONES Mayor. '.;
offers to great and small, at TM>GBBAT SOVTHKU and on the "f S
the State of J.
Florida emigrants.
and is a guest at the Grand Kation Robinson & Co.'s Land Agency. Bay pack them in. Drawen'and Undenhirts,very cheap at BUCKS.Y: "",**
Col. hlardee'then thanked exGovernor MOST REASONABLE. TERMS.
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&l. ssrcet at 2 ,
p, m, CURED. 1: ; t
Mr. E. c. Cox, English Consul at Before the meeting was organised a Jce4which ended, the proceeding -A new lodge of- Ancient Free and Daily, hourly SPED a momentarily SCRlnCE djspqjed of at t CONSUMPTION S -_ ", '. '"..;'
of the regular meeting Accepted Maftons is'about to be chartered u.tf SOUI'I' *W a. Mr. G. U. BRTTTAIN a cry anthorued' g'"t' .
West and Mr.- C. S. Abell 4f.tbe_ cursory discussion took place in reference C.U. -T./Ae Etiil.r! .Ia4NtP], S 4: and Manager and *QI always be foiiTd at the Stable :,

, Daltirnore faii, are sojourning g It the JSt. to changing,the hour/of meeting .:Col.'W. K. Miller, of Kew York, one at Key Wcst the oatne of which THE- ESTIXXIO FBICUD: Ubi.hment.ready to attend to all business aiJl1'E.I .the y.ts--*. ':; 4
will be Mount Moriah They will AIt.E Will pkaso i infona yourreaderi that I have a
get you
Jatncs. from'2 p. m. to 10 a. m.,'on Saturdays.A of the ,visitors present, then rose ands { Of well regulated families their positive Sept. 16.1873. 1JtII4 'i
their warrant from the Grand Lodge of a p g .."
-- Rich, Block.Bay .
, very general impression prevailed id;. Po' I 121 CURE FOR CONSUMPTION :: '
Photography in ] Georgia, of which John" H. DeVeaux is and aO disorders of the Throat and Lungs and 'SHOP.'j a.'
Photo-Re lie fi. that farmers and, -members generally Gbv. REED iD GL9m.Ex : I shall BUY BOOTS thaz.1a CARRIAGE :
Grand Master., Wln its use in my practice. ,.] have cured hundreds h
Mr. Smith of Bay street has shown would consider this hour more conve begin by describing myself as a 'merchant A.K.PBCIVAI.: stamp upon them. They a superior and will give GEORGE I.. LEA ,,* -!,-tj( to

'UI at his nient. It; was finally adopted and ordered -The waitcr-b ys.at the 'Clarendon to others. r $ 00
music rooms, a most_ beautiful from New: York, and not being a a 1,000 CARRIAGE MAKER7 -

Il ction of religions] mottocsTproducedutilized to be entered- on the minutes of member, of -your Society, considering Hotel at Green Cove Spring give minstrel '!TQ-RENT.-- (taith.era case I will it send win not a SAMPLE.benefit. .Indeed FREE,so to strong any suficrer n my ,,.. 'J J

t1pou paper same rdinLrj: the proceedings, '.J myself .interloper I refrained from performances every.evening, while Pleasant, furnished rooms caa b Rte near the addressing me. COR..WASHINGTON AND ADAMS STRZ, t:* ...,: '

Photographs, but differing fis to belIInde In the absence;of the Secretary, the making any remarks during, the regular the guests patronise them liberally in St.James Hoe Address Lock box 7 V, P.O. JooS' is Please tiiffrring show. from this these letter diseases to any and one you oblige may, keow who JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA, ., : j ;

or preparing the negative. PerLips Reporter of.the !iNsrw SOUTH, was appoInted ] meeting. Now, gentlemen as,the day's retul!.- t, Faithfully Yours,DR. T. F. BURT. Will build in Snt-class style Carriages Buggies aiui ,'- -

| t the best description oflfcfexa would ,Secretary. .?, tern. proceedings are closed, permit.me. ;to -Forty _thousand_ Northern_ 'visitors 9-2760 119 Will;.SL.N" In-I.- Ligh&WagoU.5 Repairing,neatly done. Come and see.my work.-i.- ; ,.:, -

|be to say that they are a medium between Tho meeting having been organized, say that my,principal obit in.cODing> have been registered in Florida. thisseVson. r" -"L ;' PHOOIPH, Fine Casimere Shirts,stylish aud durable,atLuck r'* So-e13Jl'o", ,j'

chromo-litbograpbs and photo- the Chairman, ex-Governor HarrisonReed hCroto-diy.was;: to obtain some information After the caution" of a winter The Finest Pc ever. taken I. t South a. now LUMBER YARD. A FREE HOME. : -a ,4 C
Vapbs ;iu ,begin thenroooodings i /cabling> relative to the capacity'of pEroT
Islbletoinver your ,
any.rtke now drawing to a close, a considerable bong made a LJI win give a bonding lot in the new tow of : i i "M
thio -I/aval/
an kjcqoate conception of the following memorial from the, 1 St.te: n* A fruit-producing country, for a increase in this number may be expect- WOD'S,GAIUYT.. CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS ; Lazf'f < '

jj*beauty of design, artistic effect t or County Agricultural Society, presentedto prominent agricultural paper {111 the pd next: year, _' .'1 ROSEWOOD :.,:: :

**** of the State Legislature by the SpecialColnmiUee State of New' York with-which I WILL rum A To who will improve it. '
finuh in a written descrip- am 'I'! _ _ any one __ Ji )
lion' they inUit be seen to be appreci appointed for that purpose connected. :I havo had instructions to -The yachts) Annie! and Eva, of the '. .- FULL ASSORTMENT OFDRESSED GOOD 'GOVERMENT.'Lu\XD -i '-'J''
ated. New York Yacht Club, with hunting I METEOROLOGICAL RECORD. ,. .*"t* :
last month, asking that aid in report principally upon the orange AND UNDRESSED LUMBER]r '. ;
stb taken at ya.igri.and9P.: I Can be entered within a half mile of thcrpodSTATE
People who .e decorate, walls Mr ground foruthe purpose of,exhibiting lemon I crops of; the' past year. )parties on board, are cruising betweenx. : dy ota, &Sia Service V.S.Army,in this dry.f MOULDINGS AND SAWED lJI

'l"lth Village Beauties," Girls of the in a full and "f&tls&cry' manner this object in view, I have travelled ex- Augustine,and the Indian river inlet 1' 2 ". PINE SHINGLES, ,LANDBought '., 't.-.f

lenod." ,Sleeping Nymphs," Broad- at stated intervals, tbeagricu1turaland teusfrejyal} qver tho gtote, this present hunting ,and fishing' and, purpose e- 1 r I I I Wla !: .f. CHEAP- FOR CASH AT at Jus per acre. ". (; .M.q

way BelU*' Horticultural, productions .of .the and instead of maining op the coast till M&7* ni I J It Is believed that no IO'ftnIIDCDt had can be fconxliiFURNISHED
winter I
and other ladies of doubtful giving descriptions 1;1 I[ THE DEPOT LUMBER YARD. In the State so.accessible 1 .

frpOW.fOIl..wbich a.t best are carica- State of Florida t v-' of' oranges and lemons in their Between-a winter of 'almost polarseverity 1 i !, ? P I' l- ,! Lumber delivered 1 in all parts of.the city- and vicinity, Apply to me at the WAVERLY HOUSE Or"'a4..&' '
S ELtaht. at
tl1rel upon the unfortunate originals, MEMOKIAI. FROM DUVAL rovxniAnu.( native"'groves, I: have forwarded several marrow-freezing East winds, Sat.Sun. 6 7 9 7 1; 6 | SW Brisk.' ,.00 0.56 <2'dy: and M all Undines oa the riYcr,-at low rales. All or C-B. DIBELLJachaoav.Januarya6s ;

-ill find 1a these moCtoesnostly re- CUf.TDEAL SOCIETY ASKZKO'AtO IX'XU-' boxes of, ,both, .to my: friends 'In the and a coast line strewn with forty inches \ S9.7 ,S7 SW SW Brisk High 0 c.rccca"protllptatt 'oo.L01115 J. BRUSH. !- i.jo w&sw if j. _
TABUSniKO PAIB.OKDCXW. 9 -.9'I OA O .-*.6.J874-
teniig u> important Incidents Northa.ndonlyafewdysagobad' an of the of the New England S NW 0.00 7"u-v
connected, tAeState snow, people Ma 7 .) 6.W G O ROOMS FOR RENT4
To the Honorable the 'Legislature of i ,
''th our& ()'.life-Jomethial more of Florida '. > answer back to say that U the lpecimensaentwere'ordinari and Middle States have had a hard time 93iLI. 5"6 N Fr c 0 00 Clear -CcI''*aaderrear at WCE\,. ,- tni"a -

"orthl of a place b' American Christian Committee of the Florida oranges and of it.l Truly we here in Florida.:havelit Toes. ,'9 7. 3019", 'o 69 W Gentle 0.00' Fair Term bee Location pleasant/ Good 6cflirir The 'undersigned f 30.14 y 0 C$5- $20d4e9 Ii co. Inuire at Library al -.
J1oDltt: .J 4 I 1.#r.4' Paral County Agricnliaral Bockty" a" lemons, the importation of foreign fri much to to thankful for. .-;, 'UaiotMttr cocrtcted.iQT tjcvperatart aad elevation =:d, Mawe, I 1&-1Sc. .: 1'.( EB.KELLOCG-SJit'. : -'". '
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S .' A I, ," MISCELLANEOUSr.:: : ; .": i I. .' ', ; -' 't.. ,.., -
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: The AdvanUges of Florida. superior to any portion ot the. West. 1 FURNITURE: .. 1 S S S j i, 1 -1 : ; ; .FLORIJYAAVING's: : ;

.. . ; BANK
You have no need of barns for the .. '
: JACKSONVILLE: FLA., Feb. II, 1875 : : > : ..Ji'! .
I will devote this letter maiply! to thermometer'as rarely, goes below ,30 VI WNITURE E"" WAREROOMS 1 1DAVIS& 1I :. ..:. ,.,.' II. .. : 1. :D.: GRE-E1N'L'E.: ;::: ; ; : : .. ,. : l' .:' ..t ,\ '

I setting forth some of the advantages: above as in Lebanon it falls lower than .! .1' ,' fK.r: ; -T u: .. ,. Ai'I; I M..V S 5. ,AND: REAL, .ESTATE EXCHANGED

Florida State to emigrate ,to" at 20' below, and asrarely rises to 95in: : ,1 '>:: i: : : : '' \ : : 1' '' S '. : [Tncorporaled
as a : : ; : Jury 6th,
. : .1I.-:1x.T; : .T : J' : ; \J/ 1874.)
Now then : : : : J.VV .
;; the risk of unsEttling the minds of summer. the Florida 1. /.- :. ': E' : ) E.i '_ ( \ 4:,:. % .;/ r ..

some people in a State generally deem- Journal authority for the statement ; D R'EW: ', ;'.: ,.. J' .:. ..S r': :.It. L ',t.,e : .< It OFFICE IN LOVER1DGE-S BUILDING OOtAN STRllr i

from that.there is not, an orange grove 'on .. ,.. ." :; i ;'!. : : . ., : jACKSoirrru, Ft*,. '}
ed to .
a good one emigrate :":,j" : '" ;' :, i.: ,. .: .: : / .

: $ promising that any man in New Eng- the St. Johns river (where the' most -... (,i. I- : ; .. : :.. ,ITfl13T.-Intetest. at the rate of seven and three-tenths pet cent,(or two cents per_uaanuafly.
acceSiblc'lands .. upon an deposits which shall have remained three months of note l ht the Bank,to be
) : : .
? land, who has a fair business, plenty' IDj good bearing r "SUITST, ." I cannot understand how you en eB goods ao,much theapcr than we can buy at home. Is aa upressJ. a, tothopnocipaloftheDeposUDr. ., \ muy
condition, that is not worth (row PARLOR CHAlIBER.; SUITS. heard daily at CREENLEArS Jewelry Store. The answer is this i. He buy directly: of the .' -' '" ,
at.decently remunera- '
employment !: ..:. .' ,., :,. fiiti ., '< S Lous.-AD received l oa deposit shall I be Invested In first; mortgage on real and personal
tive wages, and, together with his $5000 to 10000.; per acre. It is. avery this State of.5t!leastdouble the value or in other! ample coIatcra1leaDitics.! troMrtr I.

.: %;" 1- family, enjoys good health, is a fool : poor tree that will not yield $25a ,. I,! .. ; .. MANUMCTL1RRS: : : R-Ai,/ESTATS.t ,-.Thb, -corporation. win,-'.act-as trustee. tot the purchase and sale of real. estate. or ihe .-I..

L t to think emigrating anywhere. Of year, and generally they,range from MOSQUITO: BARS &,FIXTURES V and management of estate :and property generally.- -- S. '--

r I ;? course there are exceptional cases; $50 to $zoo per tree annually. I have Thereby saving one profit,and sells at a small'adnnce abov! oWt. There u'not a jewelry store Nor ol Soutl ;. JAMES: H. PAINE; 'SAW SPEARINCJ.! JONATHAN c. cxxiLtr

exceptional conditions seen trees with 5000 oranges: upon where goods ofthe same'quality are sold at as low p..xas at Greenleafs, where Is now being opened same la- .5. President. ; -: President. T___
I : 4 dependant on stock of roods usually kept in a first-class jewelry etublishmen'AU arc invited to call and compare: .

.; : as when some unusually good business them worth $30 per 1000_on the spot. t. prices. Ocenlcar transit time& acknowledged to be the standard.' Observations taken'daily. .with' Busses,. Improved .. I S ; .'. 1 ; .i--: : .3 I'"f: ; .. -

opening presents itself-but this is Of the. 5000 I could retail ,,4000 at ; DAVIS &: DREW, Q& : .T.raDIi&-the only transit la the State. Chronometers;repaired. and. rated' ; I :. j j. i 1.1 .. I : .- .I ..: .S..;: .. ,.t. S: I.

I the rule. If however one is in the least at 10 cents each in New. Eng Parlor .. .I. ; '.Cb* b* '
Suits. corner .The of Employed CURRENT
land for there.never such ns. '
was '
;;[ .4 vigor of early: manhood, with limited oranges Parlor Chamber : ; .> .: #. .
retailed there. It takes' from five Suits. BAY AND LAURA STREETS. Suits. ; .:
; to '
ambition rise with fair .. ..
1 to '. .
;.; r means, Parlor '. "- J' Cbamb GUARANTEED. :: 'J
business qualifications and can endure seven years for trees to bear, and, Suits. '. .JACKSONVU&X. Ft*. Suit "
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the privations belonging to all starting from the seed, ten years .. .
'1. .. E4L .
"All'Kinds: of' welryManufacturdS 1/ ;. ESTATE
countries or if health compelshim would have to be allowed for an orchard ,v : rvsX
1 new I .,.... Cut and EngraTcd.onStonei;:Gold'andSi1ver. '"' S '. \: -1 I .- '. .' .
Mobograms ,-
to get in full bearing c ndition },->: '11 ,. r. .
different climate the ; 1 "
seek '
to a '
: '
-, .s case is altered entirely. Even then, Those having means can' of course EXAMINE OUR- -LARGE- STOCK.. : aEndlew variety of-TOYS andHOLIDAYGIFTS." ""* \ *** *;, .:;' :". .1 :* /.. LJ; _t I,.... S 1 F0* SALB a.'Tltal.I

with from to '. '. I' -'t: S '. S : z.s3taiI:.
: in mo,{ cases, success does not arise start young trees one "' : i .

!, 1 from superiority the new over three years old. There are familiesin .---S. '. .10' ; IS : : S f ..I'i.. > ;; : ; ,;),'". FLORIDA SAVINGS BANK.I AND REAL ESTATE.
I S H. .
: > .! "'IJ.H.NORTON. ,n, -, '
: l 1 b the old country, but from the purchase Florida, widow ladies, getting a S *..*.* ; 1 Attorney al Law and Notary Public., : ,' ."I'- 'I I

.; of lands at cheap rates, and comfortable support from a few orange 101 ..... 101 .. : ,1' .1' 0KER' 'Th"Allen'*property,one of the finest residents U the State with *o acres of land on tile sbtfl road..
4 f 101 e 101 : & I{ mile from the BeautifU river front boat-house.Urge vineyard,
I; seeds carelessly into the ground : paw-office. crape too orange tree handusu.
; their enshancement in value' by the put 101 : . 101 ." .' ', I barn Ac. Hauls has 19 rooms finished throughout in the best manner. Double piauas. wjn truoldstkilt&aa
I :: subsequent settlement of the conti- 12 or 15 years ago without a thought 101 101 .DaySt.,. l.'rol. 101 -, I '- -5- -. DEALERS!(, : ; :: : :: ,one-half cost.. ,pa.easy.terms, to close,an. estate. _

guous country. of going into the business. I knowof 101 JAclsoNzu.z FLA. ,'; 101 S S ..' II .. ., -IREAL' : ES1TATE.' : ; tract: ofSI Acs"' of land- one mile northeast of the city,near'ihe MoocrieSpnaf. road Wdl locataa.
one gentleman who bought seven ici : -101- tot buiUUtf 1 lotsor!" market gardena' Price 117.50 per acre. -
Well the great West, with her immense ... e I \
I :1 A 101 .., ,;. .e 101 :. ,'I _" .1 *
: of the bread produc. acres ofland 3j4 years ago paying 101 er. ', luitoi >Several houses and lots, welt r located lathe. city of J acboayl1e.! .
expanse v ',p' 101 r I. / -. i: OFALLKINDS.: ?. .
1 ing lands: on the face of the globe, $175, immediatel setting it out with 101 .' lot J .Land admirably adapte*) for onnlte-eu tur 'fOr sale In parcels,and on terms to suit the buyer,ta tK*rrowlaf

J will still absorb the bulk of their emigration orange trees. This winter he has refused 101 101 GENERAL''INSURANCE! AGENTS 'representing. ; the. '! tollowrng i ;cora- settlement oluSP'i'c.t'dea-! ol\ll:a county adjoining the SlJ John river.'>Several buxe Onnn Crvm
101 101 ; -
( i- > < i ; 11 i f n already .
Sooo for it not treeis :
though a
from the older States. The $ OlOlOlOlOD&DOlOlOlOlor'lOlooooocoeoocxxKooooooolOl\ .., i panics ,. .- .
A h t bulk of mankind must still be engaged in bearing. He never expected to S ,!i' ,' -PHILADELPHIA, ...Witi.. .combined assets'ofover. '. .- Several pieces of land on"Fruitbnd.Peninsula.:" between: Lake George and Dunn's Lake--dalrablJ.....
loioo VAvn&Divoal01 : tot Orange Groves and Residences'' sate on reasonable terms.
I in cultivating the cereals. Yet man: hare so much money in his life. 10lOloooooooooooooooooooool01 S -.- CONTINENTAL,.OF.NEWYORKr! I .. : .5. '. J '

.. shall not live by bread alone, and as When asked why he did not accept lOloaoaononooooooooooooolOl 101 lOlouoo FuWilTUR oooolOl '! .5 r r MANHATTAN NEW YORK,; }3!'S7iO' :: O'O"OOO" ;,;: .menuoftofio.30 one-acre building"' 5 lots,well; I located',' one'mite from the city,:at Iso ta fieo each,payable. in monthly IartaI-

between raising corn in the West at the offer he said. "Why1 should ,I? S 101 lOlooo WAREHOUSE. ooolOl S .PENN. PHILADELPHIA. ...' S 'I .
I ; In few annual income will 1 III lOloouooooooocoooooooooolOl j ,. -. Alto! a variety of l farms and- racts' l landU located along the St.:.Johns"river and la other parts rfdw
t ri'fj 10 cents a bushel and oranges in a years my 101 (010101010 I U&D.0101010101 ; LOANING >NEV- ON REAL ESTATE .ANP'JCONVEYAN'CING: i,A Sute. ... 'r. .. -. I t-30tl
Florida at three dollars: a bushel it be greater than I am now offered from 101 101 t 101 101 S 5 -
r. 10! 1101 101'101 S. SPECIALTY. t ..
; to me that a reasonable the orchard. And he was right. 101 J01' 101 lul
: seems propor. 101 301 101 101 We'giye'below a' few of.the) c'lb'ice:; places for.sale byus I THE SINGER MANUFACTURING' COMPANY'S\
4 : '. tion of men will be likely to prefer This is 200 miles south of here. He lot..' 101 101 '101 many' :. CELEBRATED
; : q the latter. The profits of the orange got trusted for his land, and has not ._.101' : 101 _. 101 101 No. 71.: wo-storjrhouie on Ashley:.street,near St. :*o.s." :DuTIawton1! Plantaio :' Halifax river.
'S 1U1 .. o' '. 101 James Hotel, pleasantry situated, in one of-the best even miles north of Mosquito inlet,at Port Orange: .
whom '
it the of
: culture here are almost fabulous. Suppose yet paid as capitalist ? Ml ,. O' 101 neighborhoods in the city;house is new,with six rooms, i.ioo acres,1,150 acres rich hammock,lying one mile SILK TWIST
for instance our New Hampshire he purchased knew him to be a man S 101" 'II' 101 plenty of closets,and good servant's room; lot 52)6) from river: 5'> acres' high,shell land, immediately on .
1 101 '('' 101 105 feet, good fence,. good sidewalk and,the'street the river bank;'having hunt of about one fourth mile. \. .
r lihi could realize of honor and industrious habits, and _... __ shelled in : fine lot of with frame I'
farmers : uniformly .101 'I 5z' .101 ; grapes bearing a young Orange large two-story, house rooms lIfCrly] / In full operation at'Newark New ,
trees .flowers and shade trees growing thriftily J good finished house command view ode river and Jersey the largest SILK WORKS hike 5
that with health he could ; ; ocean
good not .
.: three dollars a bushel for their apples, S t 5 : well,with pump on back porch,which is covered with and is surrounded'with-large;bearing' orange trees, work.propose to furnish a superior!anide of Silk Twist< : .

J at their own door just as fast as they fail. I could cite many more instances -. flowering vines.' Will be sold cheap, v' 'mer1S ,to too in' number; good well,and a cistern '
'' : of i I' thatholds-1,200 gallons in yard: thoroughly ditched REDUCED PRICES.
but these arc Of lib: l. .1 N. B. To capitalists desiring a big "- thereis
4 could raise them. Of course no farmer enough, course a fine opening in Springfield; a few thousand dollars and drained; canal from sugar-house'running' to'the .. .' .

.; : would raise :anything: but apples, there are privations and inconveniences THE. FINEST AND BEST SELECTED will go a great way"just now.1' For particulars enquire river for transportation of crop; immense quantities or ; .:. For the convenience of tho'puic celebrated. Twist Is
wild the the soil is sunitai the .
trees to
j. IN THE SOUTH. of Norton & !Kooker corner.Ocean Bay streets. orange on place; ; r
,' i save for his own use, and to fill in the to be endured for a term of years, .RtsJoKKcm'' ul..Sixiarre' best'sugar' lands,of Cuba, to which it is. fully equal: PUT UP OF DIFFERENT SIZES
No. A HAJC >so rt FOR s ,
V 74. limestone is abundant: This place Is really one of the v; -SPOL ,
*:M( time that could not be profitably spent and if a man cannot make up his rooms and kitchen double bay window on .the I choicest places in Florida, and was known as such be-

'4 in his apple orchard. But in time mind to brave these, and has not,capital commanding west,large double one parlors of the finest double views piazza in Jacksonville on the south;, fore the war,,, I The finest quality being thereby offered on Jpookfn quantities .

:1 i the whole North and West can raise to make himself comfortable from Parlor RICH PLAIN Clamber windows filled with four lights: 4O-inch glass and Dung N.B.i: Do yo .w2Jlt.a smij.winter'home, with 'F'ROM' FIFTY YARDS UPWARDS.
the he had better Suit*. I j Suits. with cords and weights: on pulleys and reaching to the orange trees and flowers.! In Florida You can get a .
: :apples.: On the other hand, I sup start, keep away.It Parlor ... '' >nd Chamber floor1 with blinds; all casings arc finished with mould- a beautiful lot, '70x1$6 feet, 111'Springfield,'high anchealthfiil The above unequaled" twist Is manufactured for the use of all kinds of sewing machines an4
will be asked Florida Suits. S y Suits. and oiled and varnished making a bcanliful finish ,and withia ten minutes walk ol the post-office eplJ'
the entire area: of land where : why has 'not ing ; tot different machines through the country are twist in large quantities,and q
pose Parlor SUBSTAOTf < <* berSuits. ceilings high,walls hard-finished open stairs double on which to make it,for $:z j j For particulars enquire! a
tt.L, oranges can be raised in this country raised oranges before. Purely from .. ,.7. -- -. .- .. S Swts.. glass front doors, mortice kick on every door in house; Norton & Kooker.: .
of New want enterprise. Now and then a Parlor Chamber china closet store-room plenty dothes-presses.balh-. -J j > acresot60 'SPECIAL INDUCEMENTSare
k; is not equal to the States Suits. FURNITURE. Suits foora hip roof whh from which a charmingview No. 119. .A tract of S3 acre cleared hammock .
I know > : land f fine front on St.John's river'two: miles west offered the trade,all those, about to purchase_will do weft to send for.our price list.
L.t t Hampshire and Vermont-perhaps man seemed to that there was r is to be had of the City.the river and surrounding t
; uf Jacksonville. This is of the river
one most desirable
; country ; three lots, making 1571:201): feet: good well:
L4 q not equal to one of them. And a money in them, but even he had not ,- yomng shade trees started; half mile from post-office. fronts in the vicinity of Jacksonville- ,Will-. .be divided

1 will command the to into the business For sale at a bargain.No. if dcs red. .
Florida always courage go
orange I : :
A incident illus- .96.:' A large two-story house-with ten large No. 146. Six acres on Arlington river adjoining the : THE SINGER .
We offer stock
I. : a higher price than any other that extensively. single are prepared our at rooms; thoroughly built,and finished ia1irsl-ralutyle Florid Home,containing the old vineyard.: For. sale .,,

I can possibly be put into the Northern trates this point and at the same time remarkably low prices. with twelve feet ceilings: one acre of ground covereJwith at a bargain. '. .
fruit and flowers l.,.- uiijiin.,
trees ; ploasmuly .i; |;
:l' markets. shows the character of the best of the S I five minutes walk ofthc railroad de Ut.' Price$10,000; No. r 7't.1 MmtoToi-rTAJt Horn----This-'is I .
centrally! located built of the best French'brick,and I.a is 5'
,balance on long time desired. S
old "cracker" Some $4,500 down .
I But suppose the price of oranges population.. first-class house in'every respect.. For prices andternI .5 ,
-:0DAVIS :- No. 99. 400 acres in Orange county;.one mile from. Norton & Kooker.
1 should fall to one half the present years ago a Presbyterian clergyman Melonville.- Price$5 per acre. apply I, _

rates even then the profits would be whose name has slipped my mind, cal 'i.l .
V, Call on or write to us,and state wants: S '.'. 'i :, : ,
led of his & DREW ,
l i ; .: far beyond those of any branch of on one parishioners OFFICE COR OCEAN AND HAVSTS'.JACKSONVILLE, FLA. :. '; .,. .

,' t agriculture. Bear in mind that, according "cracker," who had just gathered: the jDEALERS 1" 3-Visitors always welcome. Latest. papers on file.. ",. ', -'"- ,-. < ,.. 8-io6m! I I"J'. '.
i- I .
to the uniform testimony oft fruit of six oranges trees, and had his S ,' j "
IN I' .
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: .:.; those who have tried both, oranges money for them-all sold readily at A. O. HUSSEY. I. JNO. W. HOWELL. 1" i t 1 .

t t''';' : ,: ':, are more easily cultivated in Florida, his door-in his pocket. He was as All kinds or FURNITURE. CARPETS, -.:... S -' ? V M- __ '- -

:., ;- :'. bushel for bushel, than apples in New rich as :a Jew in feeling, and proudly MATTRESSESWIIITEPINE and CEDAR LUMBER,WALNUT etc. :. ti si-'. ,-_; : ".
; S
\! ,. ::. : i England: :and: the crop is surer and exhibited to his spiritual :adviser the USSEY ; &, ; :i4oWEIL.: S. ..-_' ,', JIj- .

contents of his well wallet. The .5 _
Jf ,. t more uniform. Were twenty times as worn JACKSONVILLE. FL S f .
./( '..1 j many oranges raised in Florida, I do good minister of course expressed his ____ ___ ___________ .u __ WHOLESALE AN'D RETAIL DEALERS kN.II : .&I -. ,.. .:

't I. .; r t not suppose they woulcLmeet: the deri happiness at the result, but said : COFFINS AND UNDERTAKERS SS'lq.OES: : : ; ':," .

t : 4 f, mand.: They would simply displace You see now what six orange trees 0 ; .

: other of inferiorquality have brought you. Now why have A LLIC AGAIN TKIUMPHANT.
1 i i..I f It so many: oranges ; .
t l. ; s. now sold in the markets. you not 600 instead of six, as you MET BURIAL CASES, S LEATHER-*: & FINDINGS.: .! i ;

: "if: f I: Furthermore I doubt if the utmost increase might have just as well. See what an AND S ,! :: 'i I I'--! I.S ;, '.1."' : '. 'MAJORITY.S
I 'S ?33,254;
: : of the orange culture can more income they would bring you. The WOOD COFFINS assortment (
A complete of r5N.Yo&and Philadelphia l : e! ,
I than keep pace with the increase of good "cracker" rolled up his eyes in .. '
.fi.i : the market, for we have the whole perfect astonishment and looking his Goods? always on. handl'; : ,0. I : 1873 :

: .. .:. ; country for our market, Canada included pastor full in the face said in all ear- Sole l ,' gents in Jacksonville' for Samuel' Dunbar" ( & ''Co/s- ? : S: Companies.. :* *, Sold I'II. Companies. : Sold In It

i t. ,-a market which by no possi. neatness : "Why, Mr.-what couldI Misses' and Children Fine"- Shqesj .- .. : : j THE SINGERWheeler" -... '; ..'...'.'.;,... aj, American, B. H.______ 14,1$*
i bility can find so good oranges anywhere do with so much money. Now &Win.- 19.18 D .. '3,''

>.i .t I .. .; j else. In New England these half of the cultivated lands in Floridawere i= ::i: Goods 4sent by'mail .express to' all parts:of.the State.:. Domesde .. ._____S 40.114 B Hoe Empire 9.213.

.- f offered for sale at owned by this class of men and ., Grover&Baker_ _- 8,1; n--.. ___ 1
I :are: not yet Street near'Laura: Flo. "
oranges Bay Jacksonville :
: ,-.--____ _. Davis ,..UIWil
OF .
} i "H 1 all. Rates for shipment to Boston are the other half by men who, were too AND QUALITIES. ,. .' ... : _;___. :- __ ,21,7 VItor-: .. .

r ; : not established, because there are no proud to be known anywhere as,anything LADIES';' AND GENTLEMEN'S ROBES. I 5 .' __... ._. No 1,47 rtur' B _______ 7"
.1 \ ,r. oranges to ship. The nearest markets but cotton planters. The aris- EMBALMING DONE WHEN REQUIRED.ALSO : 1_) ILLIARD, SALOQN.: : 'jyTAMMOT.iH: ;. ,. Ho..c.11 _____. J6.41 Sor.-. __, ."_ 30J1x&Cihb .

; '" ,'.''! take them alh Yet many thousands tocracy must of necessity be cotton (The Largest south of Washington.) .' JAPANESE SEED CORN. ; \ _. _. ISI aEtna.J, E. Bror ,_ 3.1I I

tt of bushels could be sold there annual planters. Had the State been settled MARBLE. AND MARBLEIZED :' ;" ': -
ft i. ':.- :< S BAY STREET, OPPOSITE POST.OFFICE,' "Conquering ; blessing the- earth OUR NEW FAMILY MACHINE
: Iy. And so of the West. It is practicab'ic by men like those who came over in SLATE MANTELS. poverty .
: 4 S S ,
1 .. .. And bidding cefiance to gaunt Famine and Death.
t t ; ':;' to place these oranges-ripe life May Flower, it would now be one S SLATE HEARTHS, &c., RI j 'z5 !i. V Tkt tarliett.'kta-oittt,tauiufat an J matt frtlificvariety Embodies. New and Essential PJnciples-Simplicity of Comtrl E Operation;Uniformity ef Precise

I and in good condition-in every city vast orange orchard, with its line of MANUFACTURED TO ORDER .. ofcem roergrmm inmtriea", Action at any Speed; Capacity or Range .Fine o Coarse'
I// ,< This is the of thirteen LEAVING ALL RIVALS BEHIND
L :'. of the includi.. Mon. steamships direct to considerable AND FOR SALE BYS .:. .4-5. papers S I.
L v east Mississippi, .: every < en 05 different Stal.cSto.whom"we.sent, small.. sample. pack-,; ,
Northern That's the dif I Z'i en agesbstyeartotcstit." "
treat and CALVIN OAK
Quebec. port. --'H"E-q'g
fr -" ;;: 0 The Tatttt,ot HnnurOle. Texas says':, "We have -TESTTHE SINGER BEFORE PURCHASING-
';: '. il Now a word as to the value: of ference. E. HC.. ForsythSietJetwecn Laura,and hogan, :, CIQ G:: -.02.0 ; seen a specimen stalk of this corn which bad twentysixlarff OTHER
: twa6-ig, ___Jacksonville..Florida.! tars fully! matured onrt./J _. __- ,.. :
., .: i lands, improved and unimproved. g -g.. ]: 1 .* ,"It surpasses;aU anticipations,and is just the S: TERMS EASY-PAYMENTS! LIGHT.,
; J. There is AS yet a good deal of land to CURED FREE -T-S I a :: <: .. end'i. ; I article: needed in this country.: "-Time*. Natchieocries. .
4 FITS 'j\-NEW 'LOAN d :i.:_ '21 c1 \ _' M *,.> !'It U superior tOaDy pther variety"+-7 ; ; be hcmesteaded, as good as any in Its..J. .. U rn : "It wl'l' be a valaabl: acquisition in I Besides'the'.WORLDS FAVORITE."we keep constantly on hand large supply ttCLARK'S"6.
"- f Any MjiTcrins. from the a1>ove disease I is re- S ,... .;'r Fq l the-agricultural[products the "-C ,xrtt ..
L if' th : state only a little away from the person ON -E:! f,., I country. < : ; .. __ 'P" ,_ _
J tcd addreu UK. i'ttiCE.and trial bottle of medicine A NEW PLAN. Texas. This .be .
que to : a .. .<. I Sulphur Spring corn can sown the I .N T.SPOOL COTTON four spools for twenty-five cents.
'. lints cf travel will te forwarded 4-3: a- ., .,' .... I latter' oIJulJ'aud before &ostadrzVaraw
i r :F nuin: though sure soonjloteopcrfd by ExpntoJi, i > ':0'.. .. port ripen ; from
I MACHINE TW1 ; sixes
S A i- .iI\.J \ Ho. is 1NGERS STANDARD >T. twenty-five C-upa s*,
.. It highly recommended by those who ae
\ \!, either by rail or water FREE! Invent your money; .at home in theFIRST.rilOiiTdAG'E'iLANi : :0;:;. Q! :So> ">, '.9"' 'Z'_ .,.n ,I have tried\ ."-i OhU Ktp nt rry.'' "We have noticed S ACME'MACHINE TWIST zoo yard a for as cents:,S r'o for sj CCM*.

I'_ I. f communication. They may ,be had which 1 t' i .r4....... :". 'L....... .:.g"3 > .4! _5 i This corn highly spoken of by the PfUI.AaWrliur: LINEN .AND., .p '& ., &C.t .
.. The only cut being. the Express: char.es:; ow. ). GRANT d ((118, -.. .... ,'" .. Moulton;Ala. "It will yield in our climate two crops S. 'J. SINCJR LX .OI. ,
anywhere from a dollar to ten dollars!: I ill;ta ray I.&rgc bu.iuci*, are in.ill. ., i ,-, : : J c Q U.5.. : ..; .ft ytsur."-sMrertitfr., Bastrop.Texas."It can be-
J L>r. 1'rice lias mads; the treatment of I j a successfully: in Canada."-Montreal H'trld. l !' "
i The latter will 1J Z Z Q grown
sum buy excellent
no acre.
U "It I Ij _
S ihe
S fl5.4S ; "..9.c jculiarly.adapted to short tetfon of the '
lands on the river or railroad 1':ITS OR EPILEPSY ., ,. S 'ts-'I; <5 < 54 North. -A',p"- ..iff. Kcokuk, Ipwa.. "It Is just The Singer ManufactriringCo.jNo.
'i : '/___ 1E-' ,.4 1i r"g, ,
| : Ntw5 : the thing! for our swamp land. -Dr*.7 improved. In the interior of. a study tor years and he will warrant a cure by the tiffcrred for sale by the .U) -'. 4 ,
:- 1| partly p [ Florida. ., S -'
uf ,
i .
u.e rc'teIy. I :
: :, the State hundreds of old cotton plantations Do nul tail\ to eiid to him, fwr a trial botde' I.; it"CO.U, 0 "SOUTHERN : ; 'Z-X Q j.t: ,0 :" &.-Wehave. the alxvetestimony'on file in our office: : .172 BROUGHTON ST., SAVANNAH, GA. .

nothing and he' ; GREAT ..RAILWAYEvery : .-. jJ :: and could produce many'more if space.would permit. C. A 'VOSBURGH
S :
1' may be had for 1ds than the e: j' : It will produce from 50 to son bushels of shelled corn : _. : ManaSer.

k h improvements cost-the lands of men WILL CURE YOU. .5 : .:.r 1 d. 1 ": I Z., 1:< ,.. Ii to the'acre on any soil,from Florkla to Ortgon.; '..Wepoetess GF.OKGEKFRAZIEt! Agent, .. -
staiemtntstktuacttt ,
; who never thought of such a thing as no how matter many of oilier hew remedies long' landing: may;have your fdlcd.Ccu1ai case. may' be. cr. 'bond when redeemed will receive a premiumin 2143m I. B.:TOGNI, '.Prop cicr.: ; ,I Ilie important Fcaorn points of superiority claimed" for,this : ''I,1P" ,..'{...,..r" i S ,. JACKSONVILLE.. FLORIDA., S

: that there could be any value in anything and testimanUiU! sen r.:'with i place: of interest,according! to the plan of redemption, by com the over voluntary other varie statements CIo and of which farmers are who fully.raised sustained from '

in amounts of from : thcEpsictBLs seed! got of u*last year are these t '_. : -- .ESTABLISHED 1868. .
but cotton and negroes, and who FREE TRIAL BOTTLE.Ik 4 F U A ', $.. .. '.... ,. I '
L : ll t. This corn will yield from twice to three time as S I 'Ci % : .... '. -.
when the old slave system went down, partiru'ar to give your Eiprek: : as well as your $I.OO'to $25.000' $50.000 many bushels to the acre oa the same soil and with thesame .
Put-office direction and culture. .
S : '
down with it .
went never to rise. Addrtb.* I oJ t : S*MU-ThAconi"b-heaviei: : in weight Jw a,larter; ; *'i At1: K. PERCIVAE .,
They have not spunk enough, 'and DR. CIIAS. T.'PRICE.a .'-' each hood. "r. 'longer ear and thinner husk and makes com meal for .
I !! 'Y 67"William Street Kew Jfork.Jkautiful family me aeeuI"w more nutritious\ and Valuable .. I. ." J .
have cither deserted or arc ready to : Londs,redeemable l by allotment.! ix.allotments I of for (ceding stock. '
Silk;! Scarfe.In variety of color, BUCKY'S. :, ,'J I i SUCCESSORTOJ.H.CROWELL. -
desert their plantations. These lands bonds. Six uibulions premiums in 187$. .:ird. The sulks growmorevlgorousand healthy and -
Appyto! ". .. saaicienily strong to produce from to well-developed !: "
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: .1'j"'t < S ': -, t. .
are high hammock or pine lands, [:a A. DZIALYNSKI t EMIL; HAAS & CO.. erv. \ ; .i
A/fORRIS ., ,> 55 FinandalAgents 4th.rbc1staik1; -r,more, foliage-and Is better farfeeding. .. .
; .
hammock is level : .. ; S .
-, simply a hard wood S 7 1 Broadway,Nc' .York Oty. __ ... .lr.II.. ,. '. -...'.A..i". -
: forest J from 50 to zoo feet,above tide ;':. ; ( HARVEY' GRAN'GER, Gcn'l Agent 5th. That it will.grow and jredjice a profitable crop '-/ il"f 1 L': J ,. S _..' ,'..
AUCTIONEER ground where other will : .
r S on corn not grow to maturity. .
water. They are largely: cleared, 'I : j. L. EDWARDS Agent. The best and most atVlish liverWarns >roTtheCity 6th.'It ripen earlier and b not liable to be caught by .' "" I :
Office Matlicr Uulc' &okscore.a.cklOltvi1e.! can be found at the Stable of the undersigned, near the .. : ; : l '
& ; >
have produced cotton or tobacco tor Florida-Home and : .S : : : .
of Cedar Forsyth Streets 't'
AND I _. .' .,,. ,,. ._ I., tf corner ; ph.; To be cut'green'and' sed for feeding.1 U I.fifty ,:
: :
I .I '. Horses boarded and..well cared foron .reasonableterms
., .. .
years. Some of them have comfortable ; -.. per cent,better than any other variety of corn. :, .. ) : .. . .
COMMISSIONMERCHANT ST. AUGUSTINE.THE Our Corn has all been selected with the '. ,/- .
greatest care, ; '
houses. They are all jeady (or FOR Strong teams'for hauling purposes always on hand. the-small end of every car.broken off,the balance.. ,1 ,I' I' "

the plow and hoe, or the hoe alone fi'AS .kinisof merchanJi ,received on consignment J*Jaclrsoavine! F a., May WII.AVERV., tf shelled by hand.' ; .. .. .:, .t..
; ;
; SCHOONER ; i374r. .
GRAIN -- '
will.do if a man has not uid tuld at auction or private.ol.*, .': 1' T L. ._. _: t: .i
money ,. '. 5 The increased'yitiaper toe !. I _
1*. ; .- .' .I '" : -.5 e. .7 over the aid *etlcs "tfW' '
''t. enough to buy! a plow.: Where thereare of ds c'ntrited for sale J-Stoa: I .. :, 'Magn" alia 'ti1' ltc, o 'S' : will pay,for the seed *> times over;. besides : .5. 5 irc&i I '. DEALER; -IK 2-
not houses, a day's work will Every description gtx. '> to, 'me' = VV:. ./ ,., S ':; I. farmer:\l plants-this year will haM a Urge JemaDd '-1 : -
oft .
will !
l>e disposed ( : ( J I ... for seed at good prices., .. .
build a palmetto tent, water tight, j I I.. Will make regular: trip FRUIT'AND VEGETABLE STOKE .! .::This Corit wasproduceal. .'.n procured by our ; SHOES LEATHER

; t and when the settler is t BEST, FIGURE; POSSIBLE t: between Jacksonville& Acentiand laid V have 1 in origin.In Japan.* BOOTS, ,
reidy iP:4ito I' ,
everyman { .
i. t : Augustine.Freights On BAY STREZTrWAS11INGTb'aJal2ics.uppIie4atregu1arrnarketrates. : S .
S j fj: .TfR ISo : '< ; ,' .
within a dozen miles will ; ; : :1.
turn low .
the owner, and prompt and accurate returns made. at ratrs. i -.JL > .r. 5. :
: A out to help him build a comfortable .J. For freight orap.Jy passage .' By! mail post-paid.$t.oo: per pound in neat 5 t : :' 4NDFINtIN'GS': : ; '"I '
PALMETTO r: .; r ,I,' :.I'f. !' ':1'- packages; 15 packages ZirIOLO; packages for $Jdi: '
Jo? bouse from his own timber. BLOCK: ,: ( toWILLSONa-WHITLOCK, too package: for JM.: Elegaat; Chromot.1x124 mcljes. S 1 0 : ) S : .
: .. They are glad of any respectable S-t7-fwjm Jacksonville Flat 1 'S JacVsonvaie'Fla., Also ; '< ,'. '": '' "" -' : less together than with. a stalk oC..J- -.uasaCoa.: .", .having! no : I. : I 'I ,!j. .: r; r-..; vj
1'"k man for a neighbor, for every'new ;/ ,., .Orto, .JAMES COSSl:, ; .. STALL .IN, THE:MAREET.. TWENTY -
SALE.p I Fla. : FULIrGROWNi IARS QF-CORN I "Pcrcivars ": '! '. irlJ.fe h
FOR j-6lf St.Augustie, Stamp Boots iT: ?
settler enhances the 'alu4.'of. their own r For tne accommodation ef Uptown:' cuitcsais..:'' '. "j S ON IT. Burt'' Mears' ;' Hand: .. '.:.'n.i- ,, t..b jo

property,.and hastens the time when A tuJf interest In'one"of the most"flourishing 1 and productive ') Trunk and valises' Bucky's.. I IIcMt I M !- ; sOme of them measuring tea rod twelve inches In length, ; : >{.i0fiit,! -rjnooPhila'delphia
.,/ v-S' > GAME' N'D" p.'D: trill be free when and Baltimore ". -?,,; Ji i '' i.: .10 oo,
they can indulge in the luxury of .ORANGE GROVES ; I sent ordered charge "15 or.mot; 'package of # o ; l" .
corn are.; at one time. 'ViennaMedalicabIestwed.i.aft! --4h
school houses: and churches. ((/The : ,'" 1 : !''J TIn : SAL1s1ctiofLantICornd.oisbBmc&hya. .5 .CHICKENS. Some of our Agents to,whom -we have sent'sample t : : : :s lf' > t..8'SoPerival's

state will start school 1 East Florida. j.o: particulars' apply. at" thii. office ., I., stalks;are to-day making over FIFTY DOLLARS : Stamp ,Haid Congres': : .1:, -.../ {...t 13 'I tr'hi: 8 50Brt&Mears'
; ; a ai soon S S : .)' m tt-u 3m :. DAY shewing sulks and taking orders for the corn. : .
I : ..8-50.
5; .
children .
No Seed
there I seat co1 :
as are enough to .Also 5JrLet.rLelsc. jooo- "' .1. dr".t. '
TyjASONIL S f. Ji WAKEFIELD .iVL D.: C.O.D.- HsCA&n., :Philadelphia I I.;--. ;; 70p
: fill it: The state does ,AVALtJABLEC1TY A. ,1-' '{ ,
every thing LOT. Registered letters are at our risk. Our terma'are aD Vienna.Medal'eablesewed- ; 6:50:

here. There .are no towns.).. The SOLOMON LODGE, Nb. 20. 60'feet by. go-,Corner i Julia: aid Fcnyth 1tifttS." -.1.. 'HAS'REMOVED' 'I the Address same cash to Grangers orders to-,OJJ, Allows. and- coaacM. folks.' ," :.. ', ." t .J&'t.,1 0 ,., I. .' )1e'-...I r-I. <:- '.:' : '. .,

climate I: have satisfied myself be hif4 J 5twpwitcutarsruuirsl,. :;.1. )11.: '<" 'l '; !I. "! .'J' ?1''. '.'l.1 ,I, I i. .: JJirr.. f. ,;K Gtl;! TAVUS'& CO.. / S .. ..
i Regular meeting first,and. Wcd0edayfneacn S ....j I. Vi .C... C' COt.UW; from Ih.corner. of Adam and Laura streets to the \: G ODS-SENDBYMAU'ADEXPRESS4't'? "'
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