The new South
Full Citation
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079941/00054
 Material Information
Title: The new South
Uniform Title: New South (Jacksonville, Fla. 1874 Semiweekly)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 61 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Adams, Carruth & Co.
Place of Publication: Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: March 13, 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).
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002042985
oclc - 12368935
notis - AKN0866
lccn - sn 85038367
System ID: UF00079941:00054
 Related Items
Related Items: New South (Jacksonville, Fla. : 1874 : Weekly)

Full Text





;:: /<1--r e'! e1e l.C r .1 CcT ) :7"

a .
= ::;'C_-.-m----_-- .::- = q -___ -,-_ "'. __ __ -- .'-_ __ "'. _:'
-----1Lf------I. __ ,. .. ----r.--,
-- --_ -_ of"
4"q. -- .
__ _
-_ !" !If'. _..,JCi' _

T }I)5iiJLIINi.JEA'Jit .J" .1 _

'. 'ST :iii '

.., .," _
r .Ii h. 1 l' J'tJ"1., :-.. .;. c. ":=

t ., . ..5L. \ ''' : ;. -
:: 1; .' ', ', "
: ;
L-1 ,. HTU02 W3irt iIY
,: T" II! : t -it '" ,'" ,' .. ', .

nJ ;; ;>\ -,: .' ; <. :. : ;Yis-HEN .: _, .

I ... : "'4J uSf.tl"".... to,: :: I;, i ': .1. .J'J .CCEP2', : r'THE. .-. !NEI'YTABLEr: .. ,. ,'li/iSTi. .iJE'i' .sn 'pE'THE'Fi7TuRE:" .'. ; :-"" : _, :. ," ,,_,... ,.., =
_t:1 . ;> J ", -I je
: : .
,. .' 41i '" ..;" ".' ; ; ,. : : ....1 : -
.S -
VOL. 11.1-1 .t f ; :: ; .' ... .
; : \ c-
i. '' ,
::1 : I
,." : ; ,MARCH 13.1875; : : -"' NO.'so.-f ,;" .I

I II'- ....J.
State t t _ ___ ______ ".
SiUTH.vusIIED ilY't'estimated '
NEVV may at ... .
; 1,000 The "editor of : -
THE !,,..The Two, Republics "And this'note has not finished its -- '.

E\"Ev--tDXESDAV groves, at' Io':.trees'c3ch.. on;'an average seerns.tq.be deeply.interestedin; work I -- PROFESSIONAL, .-CARDft. ,.,, MISCELLANEOUS. Sr .&V .*S. : ." ._/VvTDROdt
AND besides, questions yet, as will show you, mid:r ,- ; ,
SA11JllDAY.- from %oo. o many oeach.more, .containing ,relating':to the,trade in tropical husband, if you will giveit: tame MEDICINE; SURGERY.. "IODWtPE -Y., ,. --J- '

SLBSCRPflON: 1, andthe num fruit, and 'plainly: desirous com again/''said Mrs.' Baker. SVsGOWUTA3OR EYERTTT.'It: :D 4 COXETTER-S '
rEE.VS OF ber of bearing trees .will ,exceed, Royal Fellow f the I:' ., ,
50,- municating intereSt/t CoIlegeofSargwis Coronated Doctor of f :' < :
I ,nufl subscabm J j so per aimom 'the-people! "I present von with this five dollar tow and Med- ,
,,/ each: and an extra Cop Mexico Hjilosophy.Lnmuate Midwifery and C'L.'KATHJ1FRANE. : .a
.110ft c boo.The in such wise Diseases of Wooest E. U'1'TLE.:0 -
as to said and .
r" .c tea recced at one tmc.Wu& cause note/ Mr.Baker:, Uuldreo.LiomiMeel the .
PI 1IrU largest:portion or :the orange the-m'to i in the cultivation Universities of JUtadoo. Edinbcrgh. i*.Andxews, .and. .., .- "
,Ten engage, : andexporter "A d I "
'. maD i' |a per aD1IUIII. 'of !: give.it to joa, Aunt, SusanI Innsiana.Fortnerly .
Florida .
Twenty e"|Me.. ''. ; Flftjr cop- crop goes Savannah and fruit. is CONSOLIDATEDR1VF.R :UNE-rfT
..- 'If each; 4t' his i opinion that owed.you, fifteen dollars ,and I GynaecoJofist and Obstetric Snt.4n- r"'J.' ;' : : ,,',
;' ocac. I Charleston and from tli ric' by rail: the fruit could besent ;to Galveston have paid tnydebt.Y'"a'ouhave ,. and Chief with Sis Jamw Y.S mpson. Baronet pf England' c: .,. ,. .1.1'
to the. interior JlPd. SIU'pD-2jorclCaYabj and try oTAmerfca CL..IATHER& ? .
Arn.ERT1S1VGTES bystimrrs..ti. : "
and Aothorof .
New Orleans, and,thence distri- Iny dear friend without jhe Monadtc Practice of Mediooe and Sur- : '- *
SIII.WIUI.'f"* *Per'-' *.or cs.fim Insertion. : northern cities.; Some, portion, finds: buted/through.the ,. I ry-A www rHiuKonnc raAcncx that invariably ret- NEW ARRANGEMENT. .
tubMqUftt insertion. 50 C. its western'and even doubt f; and now, dear Grace, I cues ; dbeUh from deaihaaj the srave.1 Attested ; J| '1 >'3
to Nashville
iach or ksI.firIt Inscnioa: ca t way Louisville, Cincinnati the northern states to'better' advan- pay indebtedness bvTwiMTTTaAaj;practice in Eorcpe and America. ,Il Until further notice the steamers eomvrising W fine .'
fil l.' 'uS fICI' and other cites yotl my with, many absolutely cures all kinds of dbeate known to '. wilt leave Jacksonville dairy 9 a.. far Pamtka and '
eqUCDI insertion..n CCDII.a'MK" line.TCKMS large ; ,)whilst tage than the :present course :of trade thanks for your assistance.". usoal to the more highly erganued womae.to mea whom i ntezinediat lsadiiigaa 8li.wa;, .;, ; :.,
.80 cem>per steamships to Baltimore, PhiladelphiaaidNew affords From especial care .dewicd: and to the removal.all fc- '
: CASH in ADVANCE. York take TwoRefubfos the ", 1 tike it with thanks.Aunt Susan/' mate obstructions,and pains from whatever cause.., STATIONER'S: ,FLORENCE iJ *
& coJjckioiv11k. ,a.large.part. writer'also learns that.other: Mexican Letters uswered; and orders M at the '
ADAMSCAiRUTH replied Grace "and : the Surgical 0r- ,
: ; now time Frs SnipyanlWhnrf_ Swadays., -i
AddntI The oe respected. t. .
norid& thousands of winter visitors to have Payacconlinc to mutual agree- 4 '" :: t"': ,', W -
their : Tnesdafys. dnswhT and
papers- given attention < Fridays.ailroad
to has when and all .
come -this wonder ment
saoneys hooorably returned whn .
Florida send off their Lfti '.i' .. ., T-w.c at doek-J( -".Vl 'hJII
to northern the same subject.' J ,H,Bosrwicit food resula follow due tonne of Uonadjc '' JIJ' C' \ I' I. .
-- friends < ; inexhaustibly: rich bank note must ()Offioehoan Lae<,r.-toa. TIa_ .,,f' ,AND ., _' .,
(From the Nc* Vork Ev--g.pIJIit-J no inconsiderable number. United States Inspector of,Customs.Boriing : be divided,.._.becaosejil don't Ueme&.a 10',...dailt., 'lM"olD tree.J and a.=Dlpbosx.I '. t- 1 .',-'( .Oo' :. : "," STARLIGHT' ;r. .
About eleven hundred barrels of framed tat uupectioe. AH visits.aad conunuamJuoos '.' "_ . From Railroa4 Wnarf UsedI.41P1
Tropical Fruit oranges 'Slip/ New \ ; 1' : A'j! : \ ." \I' es
< have. YorkFebruary, Frank fivq dollarsjnorcf How much kW woed. 'Surgery Ud Medical 0 Nos.-and ,_ ,-ad TJaunda .. '
been received at this J1 "r T" I' AjoncAU-ki 7 BooKsellersVJACKSONVILLE : : ;, T .t..* '
his port 1875 have I bsserlnsnrsjKe.Vfiee.frrMnj '
writer in 1 annual reporforsatistlcs : to pay-yet ? ;
The since the first Bay. corner of street. HATTIE -
of'Noverober last. : Restdence. ..Waverry .. : '-T*::cm d7Fsvsa
of the (ruit'tr3dC t r'the'yeari How Works 'Two dollars.nd sixtv-twort'nti". House comer of Cedar and Itnyth sm..Jackio v3te, .; A .
The I Money --- -
cultivation -I
of bananas is mostly replied Frank. Florida.__ .. ,130 tf : Shipyard Wharf en SatBT.l .b
quite extensively on ". '
18:3, 1 confined to the extreme southern portion The,f l1 wing amusing. scene, which i ., ; ,. aa4.SaluidaYS.-. "IdIiac a's: n-iy
of 'Canyou it "
of the production semitropical ; : change ? ; & ARTHUR A. !
the subject BIRNEViATTORNEYS l "
Florida '
fruit in some of the southern is where' their production occurred recently in an, American "Let me see;,two thirty-eight;, yes, WM.- ,; FLORIDA; THROUGH BOATS :': :- "Ih'.>-',"

.tares, bat more especially in Florida. and the receiving increased attention, family, will be found not unioterest- there is the change, the spell broken : :.. r For Enterprise aad latermediate Jaacllaptj i t.d
efforts-pnt forth extending ing to readers. The chief:
role is
the publication of that reportthe Grace, and" you and 1 divide the STARLIGHT from Railroad wharf OB Mondays'and: t
Since the production have 4 % STREET HATE JUST REMOVED TO THEIR NEW
proved quite suc by the NO 330, 'nanda,
played money, prime ,movers r ".
has obtained much valuable spoils. t- ,
writer cessful. The banana is easily propagated in such affairs.. An wjtness recited .b, ,;. AND COMMODIOUS-STORE ON HATTIT. fro -' Shipyard'wharf on'TsesdaVs ami >-
information on the same subject, "This bank note beats all I ever Satardayvj'M. : ;
and ,
is to be found ,
in 'the'
growing 'Us occurrence in' the following -
the kindness of several gentlemen saw. How much has it paid ? Let Rcittrning. leave Palatka daily cs-bn excepted _
through many parts of the Slate but in words : BAY and Enterprise on Monday. 'Inl'-
;, some : IN.BETFES- : n STREET, NEAR LAURA Tuesday Thonday sad
residents of the state of Florida us count up, said Grace. and .
Fridar.-.ia ;,
it from One J.1 : : ; 'tndsDy
requires protection eveningthaI .I took tea with ,' 1- ,I ,
and who take a deep interest in "Mrs. Baker gave Aunt Susan fifteen Frcichts recciftcI, .at eMir w.. .
( the frost.: 1ti8 "..".
and intimate friend of mine PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON I]b
this while we dollars which Aunt Susan .'.,_, WHERE WILL BE FOUND 'J; .
the development.of( comparatively gave : Agent Haoie and Flafcwse. ,
One gentleman in Marion seated the H{ 'I
were at table Mr. ,
Amongst others the county Baker, me-I.gave Frank,twelve dollars and Jacksonville.'Fla.Orrica < C.If.DAVIS
new enterprise. has a flourishing banana plantation friend's husband while il-tl Agent StacCght. ".1.; i351
would mention J. S. Adams my absently sixty-two cents-Frank Mr. Baker ;-Opposite Ocean.Hcose,cornet of Adams '
tbe Tit er gave A LARGER. ASSORTMENT
twelve acres in extent which bids fair feeling in his vest 'pocket, found a and Ocean streets. .6-j-6m 1 '.u b
edltorolthe NEW SOUTH, Jacksonville; ten dollars,. ,altogether fifty-two .i. < : ,I'd' : .' .
to yield a profitable return for the five dollar note which he had recollection NEvkK-4D. ". ,.' : ',{!
no dollars and ? !
C. S. Reynolds editor of the ClearIVtier sixty-two..cenls. R. -' "-, 1 OF' : ;. .
amount of capital invested. From ofputtingThere."Halloa "V : ANNO,: ; : 1'nZ1:
J' :
Times; G. W. Means, of Mic- careful "It's all,nonsense I tell you, cried ., : ',' STATIONERS'
W. of Pala'ka estimates recently made it is !I" he exclaimed, "that is Mr. Baker again each ATTORNEYATLAWOffice.ln SUPPLIES, : I,):
anopy; Geo. Lyle, ; believed "you all! owe ', ; 'hv. FERNANDINA. ;
:: ; ;
ttjat five t
an area of hundred no place for you. 1 should have ; ,
of Mount put other whatyou owed before. ,. .
r1 Royal : -
Wm. Wright, -Si--- .
I Reed' ". "
mock -
is Bay Street
acres now occupied in the cultivation in pocket-book. Here wife ; (
Captain Benj. Baker, -of Key Largo of the banana throughout the don't you my wan't ", "You are deceived, my dear; ,by lm 'kFW. -TliANISTOBEFOUNDIN, ',, 'STEAMSHIP LINE. ; '",:ffJ

and several others, to whom he is you some ready money? the rapid, unbroken race this little 7 : ., . ;, .;.i JMjA
State of Florida, and that the number and he threw the note across the table '
cer obligations lor favors. un-j sum has made? to me it is as clear as am
That the successful cultivation banana trees now growing will .exceed tn__ hpr.._u daylight replied Mrs. Baker. B.A.rATTtSOM.' .A.K...MITK ANY OTHER' HOUSE IN FLORIDA '

ooooo thanks "
I "Many she replied & MEEK \
; it is all nonsense how could ;
production 01 semi-tropical iruu in PATIISON' .FLA,.Oem e PINEAPPLES. "money is always acceptable, although i the which ,:.1:1I
/ of :is feasible note you Mrs. Baker
Florida as a source profit gave ,
I have .'. -1cl
has alnadbeen clearly demonstratedby The cultivation of pineapples, like no present use of it. She I if nothing to you or to me, be'devided (ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW. AT ;PRICES COMPETING h' WITH PRICES NORTH POINT, '

the experunce of the past few that of bananas, is also principally folded the note and put it under the between us two ?" asked Grace. [Office'ReQua's bunaing,JadsoayiDc.'n.'P : ;' ' ., 11
tea .. ,
> (
tray, and then Mr. Baker -
confined didn't
the ""
years, and about doubt fruit-raising .to southern part of the proceeded seem to see it very [ n
where to pour out the tea'and attendto clearly but the others did E. cRIPrI6N IN NORTHERN CITIES. ',1a1Q
Till, through patience and perbever- state, for the past few years and they JOHNSON/ M.D. VICKSBURG: m.u
ance, ultimately become -one of the they have been raised in sufficient the"wants of her ueSts. often relate this little,history for the :. "- .-*"',,. if ICapt.RUDOLT. .-

chief sources of wealth to the State. numbers for export. Pines ofa very At her right sat Mrs. ,Easton, or amusement of their friends. PHYSICIAN- HOMOEOPATHIC' :\17E ''INVITE ', ., : ..'_
Aunt Susan
Much, however, has to jet be learned superior quality and size are annually whom we all knew as an SURGEON. j I.Tbcsc'IIa sail from*New York,Pier e.North""k':"'

b)' the fruit grower of Florida as raised at Key Largo and its vicinity. acquaintance, who, from time to time, P OST.OFFICE NOTICE. Office in Mitchell's new buHding north side of Bay ; THE .ATTENTION" OF River,every Saturday and from Fezaaadiaa, fiilimul t 1ilWJaarlaYay.

to the proper niethod'of gathering, The crop l last year amounted to 250020 ,-- spent wJs a week with Mrs. Baker. Her opposite street, between the Po t Newnan Office. and"Market, streets, nearly ; ': ._ .,. .., ., ,'; ..I" ',t .i1.
ARRIVAL sggtfyf <
\ handling and stowing or packing oranges and there were over 200,000 slips visit just at an end, and she was AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS. CITY,AND COUNTRY DEALERSAND 'r ,'_ :;' .F It I D A\ -.-, '_>' ,i

f f.r, export, before their anticipation set out in new plantations. The crop about to return home that evening.As Northern and Western,daily 9.00 ABBOT.*.M. yao CLOSE.p.M. L. COAN, "r ,3 _
( Mrs. Baker was pouring out her An extra maD fOr Live Oak For:ht rpau apply 10: ..
of present or future profitswill or the-present year promises and and all points .'cst. will t' ;.1".1 .A

be tully realized.A will probably reach 300ooo.COCOANUTS. tea it occurred to her that she was in leave at 7:45: A, ..-_ 790 A. .. JUSTICE OF THE PEACE THE : ,, ., :1&
her aunt's debt Fernandina and Florida Railroad AND PUBLIC GENERALLY, TO OUR HERM GELPCXE. Agts ,- -
few words of advice on the sub for certain small matters .__._ .. .
daily 9.00 A. 3-00 P. NOTARY STOCK.AND SOLICIT 'S WUCams St.New Y .fc,6
and when she had the Saint Augustine PUBLIC. TRADE
an4 Palatka. '
It : opportunity
heeded be of
ject, i may value to It will probably be a matter of surprise she pushed the under her daily(Sundayi uccpccd)_ 4-00r.M. Zuo'". Office in SOLAR Or W.J.. WOODWARD ,. h :*tfii 4tf
note V'L"S .If'
them. Oranges should invariably be Key\\est,arrives every Moo- BLOCK r
I to many readers to learn the fact plate. saying : day_.____. 9:00.K.. XcpracatiacCHATE1t.1 KNGA- .,,' :-, ''.\t
picked by hand, the stems cut close. that : cities Thursday.__. Comer BAY and PINE streets.i. .. '
the every
cocoanut has become one of 3:00 p.II. If'
"Here take this five Fenandina.Florida. ;*
aunty dollarsin Enterprise. Meloimlle Sand >
to the truit, and handled with care to Jacksonville;.
the products of South Florida, and i is of debt." i Point arrives Tuesday and ; ,U.
part payment my . '
pretenl bruising. They should be y--- 4-30 P.. too A.M. AND JrXORTDA.
put in barrels well ventilated by cut to be found along the southern keys "Very well," she replied, "but the Fort Mayport George,arrives Yellow Buff and : A.A.. KNIG14] CHARLESTON, ,Sb"
and far north Inlet. Tuesday
coast as as Jupiter
ting or boring holrs in the bulge and money does not belong to me. I and Friday. 4:00r.M. PRINTING* STEAM PACKET CO. ".';
The cocoanut tree begins to bear at leaves cdncaday; and Saturday .
heads. Orange picked and packedin the of and bears owe you fifteen dollars, my dear _, _, _. 9:00.M ATTORNEY AT LAW, '. ,_ It _.n,1
age seven years, con Grace which lent last Satur- St. f icbolas___
this manner will keep for several you me lo:A. 10:00*.M i ,. l"
tinuously.No i No. t oeg'Block,' stairs ,
FCtks. Above all things, avoid send- day. I had to pay the taxes on my OFFICE HOURS. up .THE,JfE W SOUTH CHANGE SEHEDULE.' ;,- t
account has been received of ,
ing ora.iges; to market: in the holds of little house and had not the ready The post-office wit be open daily(Sundays excepted 3-255.1' Jacksonville,Fla. .," Theitcamas's'J{
the product for the past year.LEMON'S and Grace lent it from ft A. si to 6-30 p. .. :
to -
me exclaimed
itetmeri'il* bales of cotton. Cotton money. The office_will be open on Sundays from 12 to 1:30 SING JOB AND BOOK PRINTING'.ESTABUSHMENT. DICTATOR AND
AND LIKES Aunt Susan. clock P.M. A.BU CITY: POINT .r
Ljlcs generate hct in the steamer'sbold The general and lox deliveries : ': :d: ,
will be aU '; .
at Until iutther
notice wi3 sail
ind that destroy; the fruit. It is only of recent date that: much Grace an orphan, was a cousin to times during the regular hours,except when the mails Respectfully calls the attention of the citizens and mcr. as fcQows:, ; : ;1l$
chants to t e BF.AUT1FUL : .
attention has been to the cultivation Mrs. Baker. She and her brother received are being distributed. SOAP be manufacture 'THE, .. : '
To k!.o* the folly of picking oranges given It b the best Washing:Barber aDd Toilet Soap ever STEAMER DICTAWC&rrazs "-: : .
Frankboarded with her and made IONEY ORDER OFFICE. made. This Soap i ia in boxes : t V "- '.jTlropeictots r'*ct ti!, -
of lemons and limes. The a put up COIIIa So IDS LEO VOGEL tq
i.; tight barrels for i it is and bars. .
export, addition the The money order,.office will be opea from 9 A.M.tu ; ,.: > '**, ,
pleasant to
introduction of the lemon very family Orders should be :
! flaiy necessary to cue a wnglc instance j, recent Sicily z:]p. n. and from 3 to 4 p, M. addressed to Wilt,until fimhernotke.kxve cHARLESThNcwsyt4 .
There were several small lots I bas thus far proved quite successful circle. She was studying music, and Money orders arc issued at this office payable in any 5.16tl' A. BUESING.Box fft.Flax :: ,TUESDAY evening.aad SAVANNAH every WEDNESDAY i 10-
of the J of the United and I Jacksonville .
btates also
part orders payable in aernoo.friFERNAND1N& JACK
finest and la.ge Florida I*and its increased production will necescui1. her brotherwas a clerk in a mercan- Great Britain Switzerland and t Germany. SONVILLE.PALATKA Intermediate .-t,. 1-,..__" ,

;, ..u_ ,,. I.. oranges. everreceived .. ,.,.nn I\mfO.a..._ ciiurr, of urnnt. tile establishment. The following are the rates commission: are prepared. to execute orders toteverydescription p;
l ,
cu UI LUlli (.IIy inc --- -- -- ------ RICHARD MCLAUGHLIN of : I
present This'fniu As soon as Aunt Susan received'the,. DOMESTIC MONEY OSDEX3.On .' RETURNING
for its
Enter. wiikb had been in the orders exceeding mts. .
put ,
; manner just ircribe J, which up resulted quality: and size; as is tfJso the lime. note, she handed it to Grace saying ;;: Over f to and not not exceeding fie>,5 o,10 cent*. REAL. ESTATE_"AGENT, PLAIN OR ORNAMENTAL PRINTING and Will JACKSONVIlLE leave PALATKA 'every RJDAY'i-pi9c.,...

: i in t loss, uf 9= per cent.I.ord to I The cultivation of the lime U also I attracting "I will give you this now on account .. Over Over$1130 30 and and not not exceeding exceeding$$40 JO.,ao 15 cents.cents. 7.ackssavitfr,, Ftori&i.AQ . to so*the tide. FCRNAND1NA every SATURDAY same day..arriving'hi ,'kfJO.

the \\'ist'i: sufficient. more attention than (ormei';': and the rest as soon as I get: Over>4o and not exceeding $50,75 cent*. ated sorts.Taxes of Real paid,Estate-TitlesREFESS. bought C'tu..i"awl .del'l ncy in DAY SAVANNAH. aad CHARLESTON every" SUN -._

iV'l'"Ai. roil EICK MUsKY OBDEXS.OB ,I
Togueindeuilibe result of the especially in localities which are : .. Sacaas. BUSINESS CARDS THE STEAMER
*' answered ordeis not exceeding(10,35 cents vr PEXMISSIOM. to William Astor, Esq., 'J CITY POINT,
J- production of oranges and other varieties etenipt from frost. The product of right. Grace, Over$10 and not exceeding{ao,50 cents. New Lewu'York.H., Redner: Ex-Gov.. A. G. Curtin. Eellefinte; Pa.;:: ',, VISITING CARDS CAPTAIN J.W.FITZGERALD, ,
l "and since we all seem in I Over$tO and not exceeding $30. 75 cents. Philadelphia; W. Stokes Boyd, -'
of lemons laughing
in Florida the ,
eon-tropcal fruit the number past year may Philadelphia D.G.Ambler.Banker, 81 :
Over $y>and not exceeding $40,|ixo. facksonviUe. WEDDING CARDS. W3I have CHAR LESTONevery SATURDAY .
and increase of orarge groves in each (any< be estimated at jooo barrels, thehumor to..y our debts, I willfollow Over$40 and not exceeding f 50,$i 35. Henry 1 ndcer Boston lU.ISIJ.pet .SAVANNAH every SUN DAY afternoon far FEX-evening '.' -,/

coaat: ia the and of limes barrel suit., Frank- owe you some J.S.ADAM,. Postmaster.' BILL HEADS NANDINA. JACKSONVILLE PALATKA and
> State of Florida during -oo Jacksonville,January zRAILROADS..1875. Intermediate .". ,1Wit

tie Itt year would! require more time There are other varieties of semitropical shing for music you bought pe ; here NORTON & KOOKER, ;':: ,.LETTER HEADS. ,' ; : :: I

ld(J sp-w-e than the writer can at pres.WtcoununcJ ; fruit abounding in many por. i is part of it;" and she threw the unk: R EAL,ESTATE DEAl EKS corner Ocean and Bay :' .z4 yO : CIRCULARS.. RETURNING- ,- : ," a.r ;I

and he will only refer Lions of the cute Florida, the cultivation note acrosir the table to her brother streetS Money.Jacksonville loaned-en FlO Real d*Estate. ,_ 'scewity. General. I .POSTERS.,. ., -t- .. ]WO leave PALATUnayTULSDAYACltSO. JLLE every-WEDNESDAY morm asoraiag g,;.l 4II
to h'o or three counties, and then and production of which seem who sat opposite. ONVILI.E. PENSACOLA ANDMOj)1J.E Life'and Fire Insuraccr Agents-and dealers in Pim BRIEFS ;, sort the tide. FERNANDINA same day.amvmg at '.

give the general result in the State. tc have received but little attention We were all highly amused to see JACK RAILROAD CO;' ;I Correspoodeace.solicrted.Lands;Plantations,&. Springfield; suburb, a 3 specialty tScwtf'; PAMPHLETS, D"V.CHARLESTON, and SAVANNAH. CftIJ''THtljCst. .' :' .

In Putnam attbe hands of the fruit such how the note wandered around the THROUGH ; -'a.i3
county the product of growers, GIWIsAL Sv,1IflrtZxDn3rr's Ocg : TICKETS AND BILLS 07 LAD .
the orange crop for the year 1874 was as the guava, the fig and,the citron. table. TALLAH Antcc,DectS'% ff,J9. l874JOn TTO ILK, .G, 'D R O W.N'.' : ,_' ;' 13C. GIVEN TO. BALTIMORE.NEW YOKK, FHILADELPHIA. ;.t.ta
after P i ; .Jpeii: ?
and DEC.so ;
', these "This is wonderful note, said i74. : :
valuable have
OOOan Why fruits not -
increase of 300,000 ger trains on thl) *read will tunas fellows: COLORED PRINTING AND GILT.WORK.i :Tfee Steamers ...-ea with Florida IUflna4 at, '.
over that of 7 873. long since'been utilized is.a matter of Mr. Baker, "I only wish somebody DAY PASSENGER.Dally AUCTION, AND/ COMMISSION:, .',= ). ;' : Fernan&aaJacks.uvifleFMobeknilane4' MtI
Sundays at Jactsooviile fee Joka' Railroad Tocot .
The owed and lowed "St.
wonder and astonishment me something somebody : -
number of acres in this county, to many 4M' A. n. DIIAUa hi Aogiatnwvwhh teamen:at PafaOa Sir MeOEarBJr.' <.'*

OCCUpied by is ersons. something, so that. I could, 'come Leave lacVsoevifle7.40 1 Leave. Sai.ttm3Lt, Filum' 0' .- - orange GROCERIES"
200. II .
groves *' Baldwin .y> cbatzahoccbec 6.SQ VEGETABLES. PROVTSIONB. fcrtbeOcUawahanrer. tf '
A The preparation of j jelly from the into the ,ing. .' Late City........Jo. ., .t. correspondent residing at Clear : 50 Quincy .3o .CROCKERY and GLASSWARE.. -_- __ _______ ___ ___ h; /,j
Water ( "You said Jrank. "I p. .. ToU"iI'10.30 ... ..' --
{J ; Harbor says : "In this part of guava, the preparation and'curi g of Mrs can, owe ." L!'e Oalci" 3J r... Bay street. 15.14 tlflOLWLI CHEAP. NEAT'AND.PROMPT./ F OKAHUMKEE.. ;" .* '-.if.7
"Ulsborough west of figs in unlimited quantities, and the Baker, or you it's all the same, 1 M adboa..__ 1.15 Wadiaoo_ L3 5 : LAKES HARRIS.: EUST1S, AND

By county, Tampa for board I herewith ." TalUhauee_ &JoQuiDcy Ure Oak..... .]' _. ,I G:1:
there are preicrving'of'citron for market would my j pay you I Spa ". I "'.J 'l.
70 orange groves con- Balmorals.; Bustles,and Chignons,at DUCKY'S. : SILVER. SPRING .' :,1b
of it. Chatuhooche .4 __ J O&DEUoS.4.t.JIJtAa
Arrive Ba1dwla 1.0 nuca.I .. .
taming tn i the aggregate about open up an inexhaustible'source of part ** 9,50 .', .
30,000 Savaaoah 9.15 Arrive Jacksonrlte 9.15 : $ '
, tree; !early all and wealth which would amply rewardthe Amid general, 'laughter, >Ir. Baker JWHOLD.U.a" 'W.oouaoi.1'I/ .n.uxJl:.: .And other; Tj Bty pa- the Ocklawaha Rlver.. "'
joung compar.itvely -. Passencers. Marks H.. ROBItfSON. .
Can through to Mondays.. I ,
go .
took the note and playfully threw it '"- >H r'.l.:1i
efforts of those who should embark in and '
bearing. About trees Wednrsdjys Fndaysand rewn Tuesdays,'Iw .
bore fruit this year. The 3,000 product of the undertaking. again to bis wife saying, 'ItJ, yours; days and haiurdays. I '. : mtTAJUDRUGGIST Gtp N, & ,ADAMS, r rilI.A:

W the: again, Lucy,'because whatbelongs to ,NIGHT EXPRESS.:Daily.r. The SteamerOKAHUMKEE -- ," :hl
groves in
part ol the eounill ORANGE CROP OF LOUISIANA, DIAJ.SX3 I*: .
I not much p.+ me belongs to you. It has completed I M. ;' '..11. Hoet's Black, Cay.SwJACKSONVILLE ,. ::,."i'tr
exceed 300,000 or- No account of the of, Leave .Jacksonville-..4.00 Leave, Sa..n.,1.. -4-00 FINK G ROC E 'RIES.FREffCU 1A.L.Rujtaster., : .
ang prodnctJon increasing orange crop the round, and whe have all' ''had the .' 1sald.i._.._ S.53. *; x. -- ,,'"._,''r.1
rapidly Louisiana has been received.Fiom25oto'300 ; H, Lake IJyc Oak will l leave
benefit of it.
C\'erl Oty. ) : ) I Jacluoorifle every THURSDX.meeaia
y. I .. ._ .J: d
Arrive Live Oak., &o..io ", Lake.Cry_ COMKM7NOIXC lSCKjrnO A & COXFECTJOXERY. atSo'dock. "
btriels of 4)3
The oranges I And now it must go around again' -- 'A; .. '" Baldwin_' 7.45 ". ,. ,, GEO. R.FOSTER. I..tat S

"The namber ttme of writer further adds : have been received at this port the I replied, she, gaily.! "I like to see Savnnash.'&: Arrive Jacksonville.. ,.s a t. -_ ,. FOJt.EJGN'AND DOMESTIC FRUIT. AWtSE. ,, Jackaocymc.Fla..Jury, *}.itj+-j-, ''yf. (' .t" *'
banana trees in the winter. ''The Kor A Special leave ; :
Train win Tallahassee
present orange crop, circulate ,it should lieidle.
I1cinitr money ; LIQUOR. CIGARS ,
of Clear : nrdayr at... arrMee U Live /
to uc water Harbor is said however, is believed- to have been Aunt Susan, you,take. ,it; now coiwectine: ,with p.Savannah m.4 T,*. ow,p.-m.leave, PLORIDAPHOTOGBAPinC, :- TOBACCO. JTTC.: '', i AMUEL B. HUBBARD; W41

10,000, and the product last: abundant. I have paid ten dollars." ,Live, 'Oak 3 am..arriving TalUbassee att.joa..a.JUIBERT I .'" "" S ". )

year.a, .Soo bunches of the you :, : !WALKER: PRINTING Elrve.la store and to arrive .' .' .
and yellow It may interest some readers who "Dear Grace, here is another five ,' .4 aad GenT. I jk.wnville5J7d.:, "- :'I.tf"l
Receiver -
\\lIhuD: banana, of excellent quality; : do not always see Harpers Weekly to dollars on my'account' ," 'sard Aunt T.C'SPOONER.UaMer Traospottxiott. Supt 5-, ; .. AnD' ," FiRSTCLASSGOODS. .. -eL .. ;.". "- .;4; .4-,

na p. Wright, Esq., of Put, give a short extract from ,a recent Susan, handing it to Grace. : 'PUBLISHING COMPANY TERMS .: :- Importer and, Dealer-in- '. 1:;
COS \c.bi..ht CASH they eflfcr at tW
county, has a flourishing number of that descriptive of ..GV.J"r.. RAILROAD. .- : ., .. : or .
rove of orange I paper, "And yon, ,Frankhave: received I A. ., LOWEST P!.- ; : '. .i..

JrSoo 22 acres, containing about I one of the largest and finest orange ten dollars for the music you bought ,, FROMFERNANDINA ATLANTIC: ntocj" ..BAY T STREET. ,, : ,,, HARDWARE IRON ,AND .STEZL,1'

On the trees& one of the largest groves; groves in Louisiana, situated about me/' said Grace handing it, to her: 'TO CEDAR KEYS. JACKSONVILLE, FLA. "- aiAftidad1sesfle4tecnf EDGE TOOLS.TABLE and:POCKTr' >'f:'f..

o Johns River. The writer* I forty-five miles l below New Orleans, brother.. i ,-,. Wbere every branch.f fonraitnrc.Group.;Landscape > : ; CUTLERY. ,. 't.;, *1... .

thiS it knowledge of the product of r on what is known as the "Magnolia: "And I ten dollars for come SOOT*. cone nomu and Instantaneous, Photography. is l .uccn niHy.,conducted AILL, 'S. (SUPERIOR CANDV-, f '
pay you '
grove the last my I !,aw. Arrrot.7tJ5 by skilled Nails, Clae, Putty,Glass. Pmints,:Oils,'rtJ H.
genrJema] year, The same Sugar,Plantation"; board/\,continued'he, and the note i Femsndi-._--m___ 'yps I 'EUROPEAN AND AMERICAN ARTISTS.A. Aod to our assortment of : ."
has .
tcvly banana ,'The 'orchard numbers i( _,____ '
trees 4,000 orange once more' retted in Mr. Baker's sal : LEATHER B :n .RUBBER PACKING..
of .
the red -- ,_ a GRANT,Manager; ; !
tt yellow and fig .va ,- 7,000 trees,'and extends for a mile hands. The exchanges were as quick BJdw; {.. -_ ffgWt STOVES.TINWARE. "
on his bland Plantation SrarVe '_ -_-_. '*.31 tniC p.5.. Any Hotel or: Boardiar-RoBse a..1IO& : CROCKERY,.PUMPS. ..d
ue St Johns on ;along the river. There {during the as thought', and were convulsed with. : inesville..i--_-.-1:50" tio, been taken by Mr.Grant can send ia name and address., PIC-NIC PARTIES fioLSt advantageous to .
River month have been : Archer____ shall make Lead and Iron Pipe. ;r '.
The January; picked laughter -. ):zo p m 9.49 can.as we replenishing of LUNCH EON

&r suPenor red banana is, Ijelicred to, be, .andhipped I,I 00,000 oranges, which '"Was,, there: ever!so wonderful- an Cedar Bronson Key__._. _-_,T 630 J-55 6:30CONNECTIONS. 9-04am' LadlesT:underwear.to be obtained at BUCKVSIr ,"-!/, BASKETS a specialty.JEJPurchates .' : DOOJ"., SASH.BLTNDS.MOULDINCS.SUCAR; : l'"fMQls '.b'x

in quality to the common sold for and delivered gratis. ,... .
were $i per TOO, 530' exchange exclaimed Grace. ;

Cllo1rhanana of'Florida, and would I trees still remain burdened with his "It's all nonsensecried. Mr.; At FERNANDINA. .w-tk Steamer City Point from H.T.COLCORD: c'-''" GOLDEN & ADAMS. ,Eraponton.. '&c. ,, .::.AV".

ten bat- for market. Undoes, bet-. dons fruit. These trees, are from Baker." Charleston Sv..bU.ndysat4a.rssenma ; ".Marble Front BuOdittg near GraadNa- -Ca.Fsiiig. R. ;: .7.4 'r. ad T ,.:, tIGf'f.

stancbb.3tb t'and ,! '*" Dictator from Charleston and Savanna.Tharsjiy* at rbHiSeandsltlnbualacstcr, tf tional Hotel, JacUonvule Florida.BUal SmZ&inz Jone L orda. dtjr ,
and gr5 dry weather p (our to fifteen years oldb ginning to "N ti in.the !east, answered his; 4 a. m. With steamer LUate Baker from Savaanah .. ti-14 ...1 .'" 'f

more luxuriantly than the bear the former 'periodT)), the' oldest wife. ''Itfs all'quit right." Brmonrick.mad St. Mary's. Mondays 6 a.m r for J ,.'CltoWEiI., -
1QAc. u-pouts pn fnday at|n,nuAt ,. ets and Coverlet. of every.siie and quaEryatF EMILE' *

froQ> nriety.the- best being iome twenty'five feet highland '"Certainly i ," said ,Frank, "when I BALDWIN with l'. Pf.; L'It.torn Tad ,Corner BaJa Ocean streets. aUCK LOUIS MOURGEON"J: *

and tnott trostwor.it freighted at one time with some 5,000 I the money belongs to you, you .could I sonvtlleat gop. m.; !' 'cask: '- ibr;Hides : From Paris.France(lately Ferema of the Stalea n.
Fan '
f Pmation that coal4 be obtained L At GAINESVILLE,with Irvwcekly Map Dae for Highest pricee Skins. .
it i. oranges. dispose of it as would I have the Island
Wieved! you ; t Tampa; with stage bne far NewnansvCle. Tuesdays, Wan AC- .- 7-ikwry Dyeing establuhmenti. : ,( : Qtt
the .product of the or"Jf The writer has recently received same right. ', It- s'afair kind, of exchanger ,nd/ridayw Located on the Sc Johns rirer and SheH road two miles; '
crop of below dry of Jacksonville si acres land. Beautifulriver NEW DYEING AND SCOURING EST'11'"JJ 'u4
the last ex- from the of Mexico sc'vent'copies : '' *', At CEDAR LtYS'ttk._and from Ne pRbtlUMCHESTER .
year cfty although very uncommon. *I view: good bouse.bh.airy rooms- 3.000 grape MENT. ..
, 2 aoooo/, and the increase of I of The Orleans, every Saturday 'With steamers from Key S .toG oranfe tree*,eight Tears aid 14.100 bearing iw ., ,_ :, *.*t.
'i. Two RepubUa 'newspaper "It shows, the ,use of moneysaid I Vittt and Tampa:Fridays; from these places.Thursdays. 'IS 8m pair Chester Counrv 'MAMMOTH peach trees figs p.. diarBbbery Ladies'and Centlcasea's.Wearing Apparel. .- :
*a. frovedurin2 thc same time printed partly in English and partlyin Aunt Sisan4'it makes the drc it ofthe r ., With Steamer Cool from Tampa.Sundays:Ii (; TaW Jmpomd BELGIAN OATS. 4hy ia ftricIJ: p a.. TKs hx one nf the most de-: .' Lace Curtains. :"ITi" i-tI"_"
atteast) T SJBV Mondays '.WiU Steamer.Wawtttstk frssaSoperinsendeotl mail$* peck f: ''f J:1"" *1'14. Circular.. slxablcntaceftfcrahomeeAtheScJohMk| Title gOOfl., LaceShewmv, *
'The JJt 2S'peT"cent. Spanish,1 J in which his previous articles world, and brings. its value every r ... ,Friday.;,for,s.rwaTu -J ..,' and wSTltiat*oiSccaFn.Sws.P--- part 01 the pw.money cam teaim secwedontnepropesry and ether fine bbrics must CareftiBy ckasdaod" -;-i;'.'.-.- ,

nbef I of orange groves in the have"been published at I length. on who-touches it..' -- ,D E. AXWE Address- ,. .Po BOYIUI ', iriesued., Catteo -.K.. _. >.J'OIiSYTH STJCt'T.ktwwm l4uwi.asutr 1UUryus. "' .
., -.. I r' f ?; '": ; r. -43 I "r ? \Chester eo Pa. M-IJtf 9D the 'i' "
I' 1 4 ? ,1





, T 14'It; ;



... ... ,
I .
_:.. .","">.--"" '
,, -

9t1 -

Ei'iW 'aT ; .,......... .' : -- '" Ii. J 1 --4-1", .1 t. .!." "" ..---_ __ .l ..'. 1 J _)I1U.PIt1.J.-l"4.!! W'.!,_ ._. _: rt J .J : _
:.; 'j- .. .it ..c ,L J t I'n"R ,1-'n. r If L_ -. aIJ --a---- J .aL -L Iftl i. r >" L. :: :: -'- J. 2.t: !. _.'! ,t1 ...,

... --

tr.1fIT "N w-st> JifB : W; LY. JA S y LL ; fuR !yTMARC<< 'J3I 87r .T. ,

,.. ,1 \ .': &{ p ,41 t ,. t..t. l '< .- "

,. -. ._ .. ,- .
.; .t-0;;:' -- ;..- '... -- "'-'; ----*-.-- \ .- .. .- ," :--. -- --:- -- '

r. f;i':ti THE NEW SOUTH. renders-political peace and quiet absolutely draft order, voucher for the paymentof for this table, coming tD late for the Legal Advertisir'Lw. house and the frame of the old court HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES.

.. sum of whatsoever, drawn air Mr wilt-of house. Te cor.bous i now at Lees-
lril..l any money '
Without this was purchased by
1 il; k ).', AUAMS. "1 po-i upon any bank, banker or trust company The NEW SOUTH makes a pOInt by burgh ( present county site) having HOTEL -
'"M* ,,:i1 I C I0. K.CAMKVTM.V ADAMS, CARRUTH & CO. Itical peace and quiet, we need entertain -. shall .be.subject!? ,' to'.oystamp vtax.of New York, for $ It I is a West X.or. mentioning that the ?res3--a new" Conservative been from this place under R CITY ,

r !: I ''iloIlO. ..UIlIiI5IDII.'I J no hope of that grand influx of. two cents. : da landscape, t k and donation of jburnar just started at Jacksonville ical rle move this county. But ter ar

\ ? .. J. S ADAMS. EDITOR. Immigration so confessedly desirableand By this enactment,checks &c.,drawnon Mrs.. Hewitt, a Milwaukee artist, who -has been appointed by the" strong efforts being made to removed TALASEE FLORIDA.

;rot'::;;; ___ __.;____ so to an increased time, are liable to the stamp tax, as recently spent wlntcrhere.with i Mrs. Secretary of State paper, J ack to Sumterville, as this W.
--- ": necessary pros- .a. while the NEW SOuTffwbLchclalw3tq P. SLUSSER
r in the
't well! as those payable at sight or on -de. place-Is! situated not only centreof .Proprietor..
..:.. f; TO CORRESPONDCHTS'AND' OTHERS. petitGood men and women are not'Tivnd; ; sq.also are receipts*and all'othervouchers Ml hell The frame wasgiven! by. MV.Poposky be the only Republicantsheet in Jack cuntybu& of the population and .
I Items*f Local inirrM are loIic' d from all of the -
, .. I '..J.. t>:. I State AKo\ communications on tubjccu part of general coming 1,000 miles to expose themselvesto taken by banks, bankers, or of Milwaukee. At the next sonville, is denied the privilege ot publishing accessible,at.all limes from every quarter -

.. ",!.,,'a', \' interejOj. eyxfijally educational; .aodal ami'nduuiulcopes. caipolicalsquetnd'eocialdiscomfort. tnist oomp nie."'>" for-'the"" payment I of I annual fa1r"Mrs.Mftebelproposestofurnish legal advertisementswhen'offerred during the rainy reason.'besides there This Hotel having lately been

4 ".''.' 'I r. I brief as the CurrespoiHlenti facts and ctrcurakUnces should; make:; will their permit.letters u money by them. .fj I a.table with ,from Lon to its columns by ,thepublic., I will;, ,shortly be five,U.S. Mail'routes REPAIRED AND FULLY '
.,t.: ; j., We arc not re poi iUe for opinions expressed by our ; r-.x.' Collectors' 'are'hereby! instructed to aicles .J mentions a another fact that te'Uri! connecting at this place.. Fbere Is but .'JEUUolUE

*' ,,...)., II correspondents. Rejected manuscripts can neither The action of the Legislature: is a more cause a copy,of,this Circular, to.be.d don and Rome., some time not very remote, I little doubt that'the county 'site'will.b Offers first class accommodation, t the, .

;. c ":: ., ".."... I rcturncdnoi-pre.crvc4.will not be noticed. Anonymous- contribution*, reliable: test of the general" desire for livered to all banks, bankers, and trust Though Philadelphia came too late for official adverisemet; ;probably a''"tax again located here, in which 'event LIBERAL ARRANGEMENTSACCOMODATIONS

,.'. ''I. t Immigration or of a wide-spread indif-- companies their respective','districts, a name and place in our hal; we will sale,"..which was profitable to ;the publisher -, future prosperity of Sumterrtlle I' set
.:,.' ThfJ Rtotoys- of "r"I and to notei: their lists of such at but,whose .charge.under as'a already wIth parties desirlous
4 Catherine Tuesday f thereto than the ornamentaland upon not forget her here.. Mr.' F Leeds, $3. ted certainty ; md 0 v t
I ; ; ercnce tbe law ; prn d
: I .r-.Ji..AEvening.- banks) &c., the date of delivery.J. the and wa of immigrants is attracted here, bsa 0 t .
who furnished plan ton
; ; :. : '.i, The.8o- a\1ea\ hospitable speeches of enthusiastic, 'v. DOUGLASS! Commissioner. so kindly The Press, ,appreciating the unjustmonopoly ,have-already located, and there is -

.. .... 'oS, Republican meeting of orators in an excited and impassioned. specifications after 'which' we are ba-idl created by the law and i its a vast amount of,rich land land yet available FOR

S ;L :, r Tuesday evening last., u&sof a character : public meeting. : Report of the Hospital Fair, ing, interested his friends in sending us expensiveness to such a have t use the whichwe: hope 'will soon be taken 10 GUESTS.

: ; 1 ;: so grossly disorderly so and and columns of an "official paper"-by reason ant| J. E,B.
noisy A portion of the Legislature attended a donation of money a box.of fancy up, improved.
:" We take pleasure in offering to the of the that the advertiser restricted TERMS:
< '
; so absalutely riotous, ns well to deserve in articles, found ready sale from fact I .
the State Fruit Growers' Convention in to. those '
; ( public a full financial report of the recent hic1' journals only GROCERIES AND.PROVISIONS.JOHN Jj-oo day,Jn it
merited pafllgation which it has received the various the Quak- p t|
."'' ; this city, a society of the best of all fair in aid of St. Luke's Hospital We hope which,have.been designated,by the Secretary pk
p 'i: I'i at the hands of the ot the of State, characterizes the law IIl W; HADLEY
press er City will come again. "..as"iniquitous'and I E
but preponderance MaM.THE
: parties, having a. large, knowing that all will be glad to see LARK;
f city. Such deportment of those claim. u just. Uas a,disgrace
1' Democrats in its 'membership.: Our are also due t Mrs.:E.D.; .
\ \ what a generous response has: met our thank to the Slate ot Florida, and addsW'It CLARENDON HOTEL
ing to be citizens of 'a ,
respectable' city Of the usefulness an'd importance of the efforts. of,Boston, for a gift of $50 to will give'us great pleasure to record the FORWARDING, '- '

;. government is disgraceful to all concerned work of tbe}; association but one opinion, We desire to tender our thanks, to tbe the table.of the Ocean Street Pebyte passage of the repealing bill in our next ,&" ; : GREEN'COVE SPRING, FLA.,

4 : and no comment too severe can prevailed, and all with one voice proclaimed ran Church;* :. : issue. We hop however, Lat our co ,1: : I now opes for the season. ,
: all
friends be..nd who have aided
<> us. -
really,be,ni&do upon it. statement of temporary,' i.oQ the ; keep COMMISSION. : MERCHANT
and wide
subjoin :
t 4. Some sort of decorum and dignity that of the publication:; ", To those by whoso generosity, the tables ..__',.L7_._..;._receipt;___ '353 '00 his,eye on tedoQmen and see.that it 'U _', ', ; ," To PER DAY.' ,
r1 the diffusion its. prpceedijjgjJwoutdsubserve were laden; to those who gave time and Miwauk Pretbyterian.C.i.. "! .R...- -oo 50 doe not fate that it didAt .. : ,, ,,4i DIALS* IN Special arrangements b the wetk.
political meetings of all parties, Is all the interests of the State.? But St haul's .t_. __.......__?__ 100 03Israeliics last session.1It .
f ,t t duo to the that all i labor in thohall i! tluring.the week of the _Met....._...__ .."'> '..<_. *s OERIi PROVISIONS.. GRAIN Belonging to.and cowroUed exclusively A"
respect respectable when a contingent fund was asked for fair and to Catholic_...___.__.___.___ 9 85 ; is said that other State* 'have such sd,is the Ctcea Cove ly this H.
fj Should manifest generous patrons we are .....__...___ 5 HAY. SEGARS. &c.
men for t Apolitical Immigration St.John's F.pcopal.! 's a law, and if this is so, then other, .
the Commissioner of Lands and .,.._._ _. '
equally Trinity -- 4000KQCtOn pa
. 1 4. machinery of popular Institutions. It those ..Methoit.__..____-_. rst3Ov 75 pie besides those of Florida.are Sol Aient for Frd ro SPRING
; ; ..: has been bad to enable t im' to publish the churches of Jacksonville we New .._,.-.___-..-....-..--_.-..-......, 163 ed to similar: imposition,' but we do Fitted op with
l : enough in former times Yor ._ 4 Chemical Faint amiWhite'
/ in connection with his official 87 believe it.An was madeto Avr.s
,; .,..I .. that Democratic and the proceedings would express our warmest'gratitude.. I'hldlpia-.-.....__._...._..._ 142 36 not attempt HOT COLD PLUNGE AND SWIMMING
.' party city report, the proposition w lost, and the established Flower. Girls-MISI Mar Mott.._....._.__. $ 0 pass a similar: law in Mississippiwhen *Paieat M-w. BATHS-
; ". t of New York should have been disgraced Democratic Following precedent by Mist .or Payne...._......_ 2 OS Alcorn was Governor, but he denounced Agent tor ,

,. : .'. : ;in'the eyes of the world, and be. nearly a unanimous it. It. then the Democratic vpte- them last year, they responded most Admissions MondJ---------_.......___.._._.__ 103 31 oo 50 and vetoed it. Sp, I also, we SU&ls LIZZIE BAKXR Dtc.i,84. HARRIS I., &APPLECATE Pioprietors

\ come A i was given against willingly to -our call their friendly Wctlicsday.: .._____ 9795 believe, that. >vernor,Davis of,Texas, t- .
; tinft'cSLl.reproach# to "
, ". : popular tree is to be judged by i its ,fruits, Thursday- -.---.. 6140f another Governor VOLUSIA.A5t .
all the tables attract. ; Republican a HOUSE
rivalry so
>l l institutions, by the disorderly conduct of i making f FriJiy--____._..._. .93 45 veto RIDDEL.L !
:i j it cannot be said to have any very strong ive that whichever like bill. South Carolina may hav >
4 ;,; ..." some orti) 'dty wards, but it is altogether : way one might pass .____._._.$ 67 such a-'statute, nnd the frauds. in that FERNANDINA. FLA.
; leaning towards immigration. each stand seemed Vaa Brunt Ero';. Line Sailing Packets,*
through hall new I
.j. : tax-ridden State in and advertising
'" too'bad that mtnofcoor, whose Thus we are encouraged to perseverein tho'printng
Yet is certain than that
" :', I manhood And citizenship have been purchased nothing more more beautiful than the last. our undertaking confident of ultimate government -, FROM NEW YORK. SAMUEL T. RIDDELL, Paoniirr.,.
." the pre-eminence this State in immigration !-, have become notorious.
We arealso indebted to those who Georgiahas -
:: t at such a cost of blood and grief, i success., The proceeds of the fair Bay, Street.Jacksenvillf.Florida.
"-: '. : gaining s.i per c'cn't. in the last furnished that new feature of the fair, no snch system, and the result is, 'tw311 .Mapi'ct drive ol eighteen miles.Ac foot
. I ; 1! should allow their own conduct to confirm are more'ihan'we anticipated, even exceeding that official advertisements cost vastly
census decade, has been mainly owingto tbe Mrs. 1 -T1LLSONWIIITLOCX.. 4 Refreshing sea breera.
entertainments to
1 ;: the allegations of their political evening ;, ; those of last still we have less there'than in Florida.-Floridian.
opponents Willson.MALMS .
Successors Thos
the working the bureau ,of immi! Livingston for tho tableux of Tuesday ; V V to A. OPEN SWMEI AND WINTER.
" : : : that the :color d men- are too the not yet sufficient funds finish our -
, 'J.j :"';, ', brutal too Ignorant: a'nii too besotiedW gration. The present-condition evening; to the amateur actors of Wednesday work. requires $3,0 additional to A Perilous Voyage.At in Per ,.BOARD_ ..:
effects I
t' tbe <,
shows most conclusively -
:1 1 2,j allow them to ,beintrusted with that for the growth and prosperity or East: evening, and to Mrs. Little, Mr. complete and furnish the hospital build a late hour l last evening the ship GRIN. 'FLOUR, ,AND FEED, Per week,....-from f i j.s_*
and others whose made
Miss Parsons Satisfactory
:, t" ; I ballot, upon the right use of which their Florida with other sections, ing now being erected on Ashley strcel. Carrie' Reed, of Hostoo. commanded by jlanu&cuircn 0 Fine livery arrangements wit un3ics.11411'"PRIVATE
as compared acalao
,' 4. :,; own politkila1vatiun music gave pleasure to all. Invalids from all sections of our Captain Crowell, came to an anchor off
,, l 'h. f.4 ..........._ depends. fs just so much the greater as its receiptof Our thanks are due also to Mr. Polk country the Battery after 1 most perilous voyage CORN MEAL, HOMINY, CRACKED BOARDAT
of' :\, 'r The Republican claims to be a have .bee overtaken by want in our
party immigration has been the larger.An from Liverpool of twenty-nine days and MEAL
for his liberal deduction in the reut of CORN, RYE GRAHAM
1 ,: \; patty ot order and obedience to law, butt and rather brazen midst/and wilh the growth of our city, six hours, with tbe majority; of her crew : ,

:\' t ; :' it has, since reconstruction, lost terribly amusing para- the hall,during the entire' week; to Mr. these cases will become more and more frostbitten and in a disabled condition. FLOUR,CRACKED WIE"T&c.' HIGHLAND PARK.

graph in a cotemporary paper,intimates Bowes, for gas; to Mr. Smith for a The comprised men of na
t\ in its own and in that of others numerous. Designed as a refuge for all crew many A few large I with first-class board.
I rcspct that laige amount of capital is aboutto SAWING WOOD TURNING -
tionalities less than them
: :. piano; to Mr. Livingston, such unfortunates St. Luke'a Hospitalis no eight 01 StROLL &
on account of its own disregard of all the FINE RIVER -
enter the Slate encouraged by foreigners and
being having
t : for their loan of furniture; to Mr. Hub- Tery TO ORDER.
, 4 f" .: order and decency in its nominating conventions expected accession to'power of the Democracy an object of national interest, and we limited knowledge of the English DAILY

'; .f ,:' ; : ostensibly\ called for the pur- and by the and quiet thatprevailed bard, for dishes; to Mr.. Drew, for fee; earnestly.appeal to all for aid in its com language. The mot eventful part of WOOl Sawed, Split, and Delivered MILSTEf

peace to Messrs. Campbell McGinley and .Contribn ins of the Carrie Reed's voyage was,however. rUJY.
: of pletion. money or -
,; poses deliberation and the fair and "
hero as compared,with other for ice and Mr.. nine when crossed by Cord or Load.Ross' .,- FOUR TIMES DAILY AFTER DEC.
, I TognS, cream, to Riplcy! ( materials will be received days ago, having ML
considerate building by "
.t' .election of its
r representative southern States. A far more apparent the the vessel found her
:' 1 for faithful attendance at the door. Grne Dank Bay Mill and What Address
opposite our
r' live officer of the Hospital Association. Bok. Stre.
men. any in latitude degrees
conclusion self 45
:1 .. and reasonable: would be We have also to express our obliga- on February C. B. HUSTED.SuNkhotu..
r It is to be hoped that shame at the that inasmuch as an obedience to law,'! Mrs. ALEXA5DERITClELL\ and 10 minutes, passing through : 'ACKStNYLE.fLA.
; I tion to:. the distant cities represented a belt of field ice from I T. VTlLSO*. .
: universal: for such extending nor Is.6 W.* WMITLOCKEUCKY
"':. contempt proceedings an orderliness and quiet l has now for in our hall. Boston interested herself ,. Mrs. A. DOGGETT, Vice President. northwest and sooth southeast as far as 11-95 3Ote Jackonvle.

t:, '," f.'' as characterized" c meeting of Tuesday eight years prevailed that never was again: in our behalf. A generously filled Mrs.: T. IlAirrRiuGE, Secretary.Mrs. the eye could! reach. On several occasions Fur Hat.take tb lead in the Utest styles of Silk ntfCarpetbags and plVERSIDE HOUSE

'I night, will prevent a recurrence of similar known in Florida before, not even when J. D. MITCHELL, Treasurer. thu sails were so rigidly frozen
box and a donation of received
: \. I, scenes in tIle fut rl'. If this should the Regulators, )by theirsuuimary modesof ," money, that it was impossible to set them. Since and Li' Companions at BVCKVS. (Formerly Rochester House
I .. through our benevolent friend, Mr. State News
the Banks the Carrie Reed has
; not be the case, we trust that resort will the passing JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
supplemented legal
a "'': procedure David F. Dwight, testify that he and The Pensacola Dr. suffered a succession of l blindipg snowstorms
be had Express :
to the somewhat severe provisions creditof says PROCLAMATION. 49-ora vovmum TO .
force State the .
of the nOl
government others in have not lost the interest northeasterly gales and very .
Boston, W. W. Hicks,has been appointed Super
t < ; of the laws cf this Stat in such is cold ; which The undersigned J.L.Scott one of the proprietor
.ct this northerly
surprising change undoubtedlydue explainsto
intendent of Public Instruction., We
they manifested in the hospital last PLislga JfAYOR'S OFFCE e/the KrankHn He.at HiKhgate Springs.Yao.i.and ,
: ::.'I. ::. cases made and provided. That law to -the just.and lair administration are glad. to see that Governor,Stearns a certain hard-ship* under JACKSUKVIU.C, 'L.Ma>st,2875. W.H.Goodrich.Jut years therewith cMtsccted ssdcilc.
: : year. To*Mr. Dwight, personally, we the Y. ; given the electors of .Ac..beg kay announce, their fnewls a.dthcM
; ,1," will lib found! on page 249, sectional of' of ho State government by the Republican owe our warmest thanks, not only lor does not hold any ill will against the gone JJerald.by ship's company.Y. Notc laks..11'hereby that to the Annual qualified Election for city the ab lo n-tt.&Jlod.that t they hai takratac

.. _L., Bush Uigest, and runs as follows: Doctor, for his liberal republican views.It officers Cu sid will b held on above and shall d.ti lt&make I a boot
*' patty._ ... bis:own donations, but for awakeningin : J will \be remembered that tbe Doctor'svote t those boarding with .
': t Whoever wilfully Interrupts or disturbs -- others for elected Hon. C. W, Jones to the Sumter County.SC)1EUVIUE.. MONDAY, THE FIFTH DAY OF APRIL,1875. .The house k pleasantly si-nated on the banks 0 the
( sympathy our projecLAmong St. Juhas river, only five Minute walk west
/1 1 apy-BtaLool: assembly ot people Senator Andy Johnson.The the contributors to the box, we U. S. Senate and we suppose he cast it, FLA., > Between the ttnurs or o'clock a. m. and sunset of said Railroad D.and commantliBj a fine Yw I.a u
met foivtvlawJul shall be .Sat the folio down the of the surrounding
purpose pun- various and curious knowing the liberal views entertainedby iay ; country.
20 1875.
I : speculations $ -
,L ished by imprisonment in tbe notice the names: of Mrs. Everett, Mrs. February Yo i svlicited. Addn,sSCO'VT
county in which the Mr. Jones, and that although he was Editors Florida Slab Journal:-I One Uaynr. pf" & GOOUX1CH.Jacksonvifie .
: : ,4 jail not exceeding: thirty days,or by fine prophecies general newspaper Weld and others whom we count as: old nominated by tbe Conservatives, they notice communication in One. City Clerk. ,)1rd.
'I I" :: f not exceeding dollars. has lung been so confidently) a your paper One Assessor. Or L.S.Scott, Vt.TELLONVILLE .
,: thirty press friends for the remembrance of their lastyear's : did not believe he could be elected,, of the 13th inst., from G. M.J.,of One Collector. Hi&t11 Spr.n
J t. \. {- There is to be a Republican meeting indulging in regard to tho probable kindness.We neither did they wish it. The old fogies son, soliciting! information in to One Treasurer. 'A / HOUSE
J: course that would be taken by ex-Presi around Tallahassee: never received such the claimed One City Marshal. ,
t advantages by
: : on Monday evening next, and we hopethat cannot mention all, but we must : lectiun Nine Alren. :
i'f'I I dent Johnson, on returning to his old a blow and they are still repenting the of country over othervportians of East ; "
; : unanimous consent will obtain to chronicle our indebtedness to Mr; Prang fact, thai; they ever allowed Mr. Jones' Florida, for the 'culture of the oranjru.. BronoR passed by Cry CW approved by I ;

:;: : ; 1 place: some Intelligent man of sense In field of la-bor\ in the Senate, are all very for the collection of chromos, which excited name to b used. In answer to .thu interrogatories 'of'the and M.n*,t. it>7S, the.c allowed wi b cast unless by MELLOXVILLE.ORANGE COUNTY.FL .

': '! : ,, !' I, the chair: ,then to call general attention effectually put to rest by recent utter the admiration of all. Nor must THE PINTADO 'GuAsT.-In the United gentleman I will first slate that the soil, W.r n in I the pn wa whic b he lives. t Yte

ct: j "r. to the law''ulyvo'; quoted}, with a fixed ances of Mr. Johnson himself. we neglect to mention the bedding and States Court, his Honor Judge Woods clmate. and location here tar sutpas.s, Hall The.in Bunks charge of Rcstru.are r*>w open at the City. '
lie has been claimed and decided in the case of Jasper for the vigorous growthof ( 11rk,119a a.to 3 p.m.Givtn >>,-'y I I. HITE.
.1'1" : as an out presiding, ential Ip.
: determination
t to enforce it agaiust any towels which were kindly sent for the under my hand and the Corporate Seat theo
Democrat who would Stowe f*. Ambroso Vaughan suit of the orange se of other sections, (the City ol JavlsuaviUc.this first day of o
out certainly act '
,:I 4 ,.:: and all who infringe it. present necessities of the hospital ; nor ejectment-that the Spanish gr'tut of the Leesburgh (which has' been A. It. 1875. tb lbr. BENNETT HOUSE

l' ; 'I 1: Xo patty unable to control itself and with the Democracy in every crisis, but the reading matter which some one, remembering 19 Arpen Tract, iueluding- waterfront espcci\l.bo much attention lately.) The 3-3,td PETER JONES.Mayor. PORT FLA.
such does not seem ,to be his own conclusion Pensaeohiand! of Santa trees here and ORANGE, .
of a portion present a more thrifty
i t d"i' f. conform to the requirements of decency, the weariness of long days | Drawers and Undershirt wrycheap.t* WCKS.YA v .
if we may judge from the following !- Itosa Island, was fraudulent. I the healthy appearance, proved by experience MRS. & MRS.
I convalescence contributed that there
i ;: can cxKct| : to gain a success which it characteristic and l'intado grant tu the water i li a &c.- B EE SET OBB.r, s
; does not deserve. : very plainspoken might be comfort for the minds as wellas FREE HOME. This new house is now -. It it
.fraud, it is that the title i is It is suited that the I\nds: here are'more ready t rive of
Senator Johnson comfortably and n capallc ac-
0, -kObjections --- ..-- response given by the bodies of those who come under lathe, United States. This being thecae suitLls to the growth rfee- fuhc 94 thrchu. will be spared b a
to an invitation to stump the State ,elected Senator has an tion ,th aol d3 I will give a okiilding lot,la the new town o make the table & it pi. .
{ to 'Democratic Ascendancy. the care of St. Luke's. We hope these our newly orange ll.tbidl\; on sts.ctr t p

: .- of New Hampshire in the interest of theDemocracy books will be the which will de. opportunity of benefiting our city and the St. Johns river; there the tap-root" ROSE WOOD T s
We mentioned the In-\YronJht opposition !- germ '
the bardPah" rock which
: people, by introducing 21 bi 'granling ttrlkcs ELIZA BENNETT
I -. oi the Democracy to anything that velop some day into a hospital library. to tbe city the water '' to navigati -. lies about four feet below,thu surfaco of To any one who will improve it.. .
Dear Sir-I and
am too busy, your W ti name the donors to the Boston feiuacola :the, 'which' the wIn leave Foster's wharf.Jacksonville,for Port Orange
tree ',
will stimulate 8 induce.immigration! on.- xprc$3. causes to GOOD GOVEKMENT LAND
4 : .. weather is too lively for me to think of once in two weeks. panics
.r ,-' as: a characteristic so strongly.fixed going up to New Hampshire this winter. table, having the list at baud. Some one has for the last two nights, turn yellow" ant' gradually.die.! safe facilities tuc rchi aadin place. *pcaN..
Can be
upon There items cMercdwhhm a half nik the depot,and Accommodations.panicutan apply
been visit to hen roost, are threuimportaut to 0 (aba a
paying our
the All our troubles have arisen from the CONTRIBUTORS Box.-Mr. 1 DOBBINS'
: party as to ob- TO THE GUN SHOP.
: suggestery strong: consider in'eonn('ctiuti with cnt
I probably they think we arc an advocate r.Liq St and
Democaatic to break the LNDDcht Bay Hogan Jacksonville.
: jections'tpjtbeir mumption of political Union and overthrow attempt the Constitutionin up Prang.Mr., Dwight, :Mr. Brewer,. Mrs. ot 'iiIU."W; would say to iiW. 1st. :\Iarke facilities.. 2d. Lucntion'Ieost .T 4 Cm n 0 the time at.t.arrival and .n a

; i control in this. State, through the assistanco 186165. The only obstacle to peace Fiske, Mrs. Gilbert, Miss Emmons,Mrs. the pulry he may raise :\ much poultry subject ,)'cold,; l''Ailapta- at'1"5 per acre.i the th wil b given 1f tie ppr. "JI.jmRESORT.

; rj "' .lethargy j of, indolent or negligent now is the refusal-of the' Democratic Wells, Miss Broad: Mrs. Butler, Miss .as.he:likPS, ,when' he buys-the eggs, bility of roil; diwlte',&o., r ti vigorousgrowth. la It i State believed 1 albe.thai no Jvrmel land' can b w INTER .

I r men, "'hom'thought and reflection party to concede equal rights to all men. Lizzio Hall, Mrs. Curtis, Miss Helen B' but we most srcnuouslyoLjel tu hayingthem situated. As regards ,the the we ,are Apply U Wat tb WAVERLYIOUSEo.&w .
When I that 1 am.for equal rights I : and, we immediately; on, aur\'cy of dress at ROSEWOOD t'U1" SPENCER ST. MARYS. G.Oppowtt
1 should, in direct say Hall, Mrs. Badger, Mis*. Mary M. Loss- the road ,. vrhe HOUSE \
opposition. .
array mean it; but when yon say it, you don't advise the thief to be very careful or he \'Ildor/flmpn. I ?; ., C B. DIBBLE.,
All of any. party admit that upon im. mean it. When the Democratic party ing, Mrs. Otis Everett, Miss Putnam, may get razed--Pcrisacola Express,' building r a at,an early day ,is Jacksonville.January 26, (75., "' -j w&sw ( 'tn Fen. FUu.now offers- FI.a .

: migration &ntf the men and money thereby gets right on this question,then the Con- Mrs. T._ B. Everett, Miss White, Mrs., We would like to know:whst business located generally' as regarded we a Certainty and Percale' : shirts- ,u nice" ,at Rocky. 3 per day__$12 t$18 per week.
aro '
r to be introduced, the hope of immediate stitution will be safe, and you can: command Moulton. "' the editor' has with. a hen-roost. or,with and twenty-five Wthn hurdro: ,. .' With all the comforts and' covrtnkncci of a Northern
; :
the services of L : L. KEENE Hoe. situated ncarihc ntotukW
: growth and, r/orreeponding' CONTRIBUTORS OF MONEY.- chickens. Has he never heard of"Leadus entire' distance, which ;could be 'made O > ,, Mary S.JU4 location and healthfulness t S
prosperity Yours ANDREW JOHNSON.
truly, __....._ ; Is the Southern STR.UZZE .
Captain R. B. Forbes- --- .l5Ci oo navigable by way.'of: the 'Withlacoochee .. place D surpassed on L
delHndsj'abd! St will be contended Mr. David F. Dwight..__.__.__._ 50 oo not:'into temptation1'\ ? BAKER goes the Hause. Parties
that in the Democratic Mr. Johnson likewise declined to take Kcv C. \}. UrftdIce*_._ ..__..._____ 10 co river, thus makingj};our, communication, ,BAY STXEET..JACKSONVI'U.E. ,.'FL having through tide c dl hf ta'udta"c bypurser
and in .
I : papers all ....... 'H .
part In 'the recent caucus of the Mrs. Louise Chandler: Moulton &I 10 oo with the outside world all that'could bo ", steancr.to stop Oer 0 any
our agricultural associations and any Mrs.A. F. Sumner...-.._.__.._....___j..... 500 Sheridan's Unconstitutional, Conduct.At desired : ':', -Ikalerin:. other point dcr ,Liberal lews made with parties
public Democratic Senators, saying that he did Mrs, C :1. ViDccnt.: .._........._........__ 5 00 giving ua the.ad vantage of'both desiring 1 permanent stay.. Send fa circular.
expressions, tJ hearty! and cordial welcome Miss Maria FUlce........ _-.;_....._._ 5 oo: the time: of the great fire in Chicago Ihe'Eastern and Western'markets.In i a.- 'MrLliINERY.! ; ,. .
not wish to be trammelled; by caucus, Miss Elizabeth: i a1.e___...-__.........__ 5 00 the New York' Commercial regard to protection from eol&'ourseetiiin LA TOURETTEHGL'SE.Bcrea Point.N.J .win
of the whole Stajcjind all its say open May su itj ., .j.JlUWfIAN, .
people Miu R. V.MrSamucI. kail. __.._ ..___.__.. 500 PW1
i has time and proceedings. To a 'Vash glon correspondent Hatch__...._-_. __.......i J ooTotal General Sheridan posted, his soldiers is unsurpassed by arny inth'e State. FANCY AND DRESS GOODS, '
4! agajn teen pledged to of the New York'Tribune, who about the city :and prevented the'citlzns The trees i ifi'thid Melhity'-wero leas injured ,
__.. ___ ..___ -
whomsoever should comelo'lh'e : > !PORTSMEN
State as '"' $ijo ooNew from
going .the streets. This during.tho'freezeuf 1863, than:at S >
through Has
intimated that now was an excellent Just received from New assortment
a prospective settler and citizen. Yet, opportunity York was ulso with us again. was unconstitutional;:. While, ,10,0 Clear Water.harbor,'Tampa.or:eLsewhere the above named of the, Yo. ru 0 AND

in other columns of the same Democratic to pay off old scores, and that The beautiful\ livings displayed upon this men, women and children in East Florida. A gentlema TOURIST

sheets, which preach so eloquently of the be must have amassed a rich4 collection table were mainly the gift of the same open air, freezing and starving, GeneralS1ndm arriving at Sninierville from,-'I'ampa. 'LATEST STYLES AND FASHIONS., WM find good I and other accommodations at

of fuels against his,old enemies and opponents ,, opened tbe'gVrnm nt stores shortly,afterthe freeze.remarked. ,:'with reasonable prices
warm h lJtl.oL.a.> whole;people that are Mr. Johnson replied!: : New, Yofk"family"6y\ wtfomTTT was supplied out blankets! clothing andprovisions surprise that the Onint trees' 'here had Also;a fine,assorUnent,_,of.bdies''and gtnUemea's M. FORD'S.

I palpitating with the ,warmth,of the welcome I last year, and to them-to Mrs.N.,' ) ,.and thus saved people from sustained such' ''slight' tnjar from the I JAME .

I to strangers which thcy.are: I' Whatever I may have I do do not say, Mrs. J. and Miss!! Helta Huggins, andMr. perishing. This was, unconsttutional coldCompared! with the I latter KID GLVES. ROSEWOOD,-,PALMETTO STATION,
supposed IIue( l.1. shall use nothing. My service .. Ou ', "
I to reluctantly-waiting\ to extend in the Senate will not be''a persona J to- -': : .. Styles 'Wewbudl(! reneV 'our burglars being were inforl'on, their d .tbat way, 'car.Joa'.or p :We\ee.have already stated that the -soil. ,My stock having been purchased" 1 recently,admits- A.Keys.G &W._J.T.C&s J R..so silica from Cedar

the continual use of the abusive one. I do Dot ,represent myself,i bat warmest thanks for this fresh expression York to Chicago to engage,' while the I and of,tihir,sectionaro highly o being' sold. at exceedingly. :. ,., Ti b a fine place fo i being situalcd.
clmtt )
t I terms. of &CClUptt-'b gger./' adventufer. Tennessee. The country has matters now nothing and- of their genqrous,1aterestn? pur. work., city wasin flames,in their regular business the vigorous! growth,, and '"- LOW on t borders of the- &

," caUawaO'," "aliens, towards all! : to do with my personal The'much admired slipper case was the General Sheridan sent out,a file of :I successful cullvatlol of the orange all. PRICE., VLFHAMM.OCK
with what has I haveno.
passed. enemies'to -
indiscriminately, ''who entertain punish or friends to reward. work of Miss Hetta Iluggins, who is soldiers to a point some three miles from of which, beel abundantly. proved byexperien *3 Call"and,see., ,;, ,. I. been '
may Abounding kinds .and
the city, arrested the burglars, orderedout e. Ir a h D
4 anti-tltmocrttio-notions,. tends:to show I have buried' resentment; and haveforoott.eu with us this winter, and..kindly aided inscjllng" the passengers,-held them allnight I As an'Indication of the advancement. ALL.PAPER QUOTE FROM IT. overrun Those by h1ten o i-

Ii a sort politico-mental relic I vaHon that the ill-treatment'of individuals.:' tbe articles which her' skilful in durance, and the next day ordered of real estate here, I will give the case' I.il i

1 chills the ,aumed, '. :warmth uf the wel If before f can me perform us conscientiously the duties tlmt and are clearlyas now hands had. wrought. To this; table,,}lr. them back to New York. This was un 'of Mr.Cunningham'who came her from,I THE DETROIT FREE, PRESS SUGAR ,ORANGE oR VEGETABLE LANDS

come. Miller sent several l pairs ,of his well constitutional. While the. fire was rag- Alabama less than four years ago,bough I Wi find k to their Interest to take a look before local..
I see them at this moment, I shall accomplish : 'Te liveliest family lull of Interesting i elsewhere, the Gulf Hammock Lands are nn.dotibudly
men demanded from $.5to$2Gan which be a
ing, a place near Leesburgh I
j4 r Again,the strongest possible assertion as much as human vanity"uiiiy : known'kid bboU,dainty enough in make paid n literature, Dpp.spicy paragraphs, the RICHEST.IN FLORIDA.
hour to remove property Gen.Sheridan four hundred, dollars, and..went to work C1 Splcia 1. la,a..7e Mail and Express passing: each way daily,
s that integrity and competency should be seek: to attain. and_shape.for the foot of a baby .Cin 'told the merchants' to" let the men setting oufornge"tr"es'''and otherwise ptp Ad'' Suhpor stops at the bou>e. ta. .
DETROIT Rosewood
m indispensible qualifications for politIcal o- ----- I derella. The 'elegant bronzes ro the make their,own terms get their propr:improving his place, (being 'engaged 3-10 in, : PRE..Jli _,Levy C.I.D ; il4isi6-tf wtswX7AVERLY -

ti tlcvationCquId! { and would meet with The Stimp'Tax' on Checks. Drafts. Or. ; gift oClAIr. Robert Forstcr, a repetition ty out of reach of the fraud teaching school, had only Saturdays to '
; ders, and Vouchers.We ., the working men to hn persuaded devote to improving) a half Interest of Talmas and Peedee Jackets at BUCXVS. \ HOUSE, '
iT no objection from any scnsiblo.and reasonable of bis former generosity. .
them to tike'a reasonable price. which he sold recently for $ 'This :
tr: roan if carried out could do print thf following circular for the While agalVin This' unconstitutional.S'bile the is of the a.w. -- JACKSONVILLE, JJUDAT
no we were glad: 'to seo was only one. many thiskindtwhIch '
readers PLUMBING
w j real harm. Hut when a strong political Information ofour; : our tho familiar, names_ New York vaults of the bank were big pUIO'8 could be given. This see 1.11' Honn** bym been rWc
Under.tho act referred to, we under- hal thieves tion of will doubt become AND .0 rf. b U
L : party both directly and 'indirectly entertain and ,to by : ?,, : country beyond., .
stand that, all notes-as well as checks, Boston \e were happy: veJcomut surrounded the vaults ,with his soldiers the most prominent of any In East 'COPPER-SMITHING. .J TERMS...._.._....._..._.li.oolerday.J.J.fOMrOifr. .
ti: and.!. AVOW, : ihrir purpose :Ui ex taken our number a new friend, Milwaukee. and refused to allow even the officers of Florida, for the M. D. .

1 elude from all active share In the government by for banks.bankers the or trust companies Through the influence of bur President, those banks to approach thevaults, ; thus and other tropical producton'orth, orange'many .I a prepared t e.1ok 0 every_description i.p3m 0(11.e Hadden HO.Atlantic dry.Proprlctof.TlrONCRIEF N.J. .

; ot the State, all new-comers, paymenTs of money :by ; her northern he saved the deposits. This was uncon natural 'advantagesthat 'abound/ are la the most satislactory manner; and retpectfiiBy so -
: them, riiould} be stamped. The I penalty Mri.Aluxnder'MiteJ stitutional. 'Where the mc'u who before the HOUSE,
are more folly -
public.;Orange /
and all who fully lid
4 may, although en homo was represented by a richly laden lice the patronage .the. public.. _
for omitting the stamp .Istlot only I "$50 called the indignation meeting In'rula growing is ;the; only industry that /"
dowed with all: the rights of citizenship, table where a costly and elegant Orders'left at'DOBBINS' GUN SH 'ntMr.U.i Cor.Pine and Fonyth streets,opposite FIrst a,
: fine but also imprisonment:. variety tion :'to ,his command in New Orleans, can be prosecuted here. BomtenUe is .. JP. or

have a trace. of African'blood coursing TUEASCUV DEPARTMENT was displayed. Here, ,anything might January 4, 187P' Why have'they not surrounded,with a fine' C Jorfar I .Mahony's;'ShcVntith shop wilt, FLORIDA

through their veins, and thls'jrrcfpccdvoof OFFICE OF INTER REVENCE, I be had, from the.daintiest bunch of' vio 'complained' of his conduct Chicago; Ing 'Corn, cotton, ,'& gar-a t ." evpp;', JCJNVIL '
h Ji character and display AL' and iemandel1' hU arrest P, Why did not toes, rye, oats, &c., grow auoa. I now open.and ct nousew till Z" r
k competency, they Washington, February 12, 1875. I !ct4.tq! the nHiitblng: "of Mrs.-,Gret- the nll overthe, country then on these lands.," : t jeJectlcn Ii '10.7 t ; WM. CLARKE.TTEADQUARTERS wi I open EVANS M11'& ;

and'nvovr. poses which infallibly Section '15 of the of a summer's tour rise : and denonnce the Sumterville has two "
act February 8, I.oreaux tbe'recon .to. w i ;: President at present stores; Proprfctort SEASIDE HOUSE.
: tend produce a condition that: 1875,- provides:' That a bank check, abroad. beauilfuipalntlng, intended :well a Sheridan. ,telegraph office, post-office, boarding i H for FLORIDA a vin'WOD I \tcOtN.JtL


I 1

'f "



I -I-


: .
\ ,<-"::"';" ', '

,'.,' .., ... ,
.7 :
.I'.4" "% "I">-" "'-_n<'-' ;"- --'!;" ''_." 'V-6",- -7".,'_ '''.'.JM4 .. ,._. : _
..: -, -' .' -. -- .- < ;:" ; "

_, .: .

THE(. \ EVY S P lfJit Mjj }: : EQiLLE1 i 4 k\J'L1 Q-l\Y, : AllA J-I:it1Z 1 875. 1 .


== -- .
NEWS. Burning of the J. P. ft M. R. R. Work, For Marshal John F. - -. -
Tyler. ; 1Dwhich breaking of our COAST UNE-PASSEXGER
r' !hcp.1.. ; J For Assessor Morris PARTKLvr "; .. -i
A. DzlalynskL civil war found them. Mr; Codrington -
MORNING. About 11 m. on Wednesday the "1UIIJfG ..N.C..Marck .Town.fWBvainard. Pane' .
Tt1nDAY p. For Treasurer-Henry A L'Engle.For then:.exhibited specimens'of sweet and I.. 11: "" 1t..a
oil room in the the The atteadM Ids Norkbosad Train Is'iavitBd Jr. SavsnabNws(.Mrs Hunt j .
1t1aroh 13. 187 : workshop Jack. Collector-John IT. H. B ur Indian potatoes," turnips"and the more to the fact that. fomaMTxHng March the>d. M-s RHMMchato.DSHSHR.SZ.Sbctas.n HOLLAND,
.- tionville. Pensacola Mobile Railroad ayja Provideace T C Nicol.Chiowo Hoa. D / J.J.
-- For Councilmen: valuable starch producing roots. as tiidy new Parlor sad Drawing-ran Can.bulk ca. Miller. Mr Miller Miss Mnjef, Sirs ( rW. C
=RdlCioUI Dlrcctol7, at La Villa was found to be on fire. t > r T ; proaly tot the serrke awl fun&hoTwuh due retard 10 E S Nom. Ceo }(anis T _ford. Mrs )Iradlrd. WATCHMAKER Ah)- ,

From the inflammable nature of the store, First Ward-J'oboClark and Andrew arrowroot, cassava, tqos-les-mpis, al comfort ud tcfancc. WiLma oa pA daily train be.twee Miss Ba..rT"1 Milwaukee; B H.Csmp. T JEWELER '- "."I'If. -
lI d tIbh C1I'CI'J'SaIurdac ) B.Canova. x grown in the vicinity fijacksonville, .'WflaJngio., Nid.Ul 'titamta; rrienoFeq.aad.aa; Mrs ( ., .
1"t Sabbath icrs u be the flames with Ya t> Dupont. Duaoat.Mas Taylor. Wiwunctt: I B : .
eucII II cI ay spread great rapidity, Second Ward and with ,which the audience seeme* direct communication with the mapufictot ItacI Knapp. Y: B WIJowj W'.tYMrs ', f Coraar Pine aad Bay..
.d Friday.kcrao.io.J in P. FlemmingMelfen RMbteek. w G Siceic.
.by.o' resulting the total destruction of the the Bay Line. Gancva .
-" rTe.xe4aa Ounh-ReY. W H.p4' W. Drew and Jacob Huff. much pleased. The lecture was closed .abGH1IcCoshey,7yaSu.iss Co; F R JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA ',,, ; i
1'- at It .. .. aIId .. .. building and some mechanical tools. -- Seats or compartments call be secured by telegraph Hutton, D P Graves.Wis.
.f B.f'aII Third Ward y. by Dr. Everitt making a few remark to the iwders. ...
tItI I'rob'terid \,1uudt-IteY J. The origin ol the fire is unknown. K. Swier'ndJa, or fcyappKcatioa ceaduoorsupon A }. .Coatrorr M. D.Paor.G .
.. I
at it A. aDd y% P. the of the night train north '
Scrvkrl Taliaferro. on adaptation sandy soil oC upon Wilniagton,Columbia ft L North derACtESPOQOI.MiSSK* 1
at It L. aDd 7y0ne : A New Clocks Wa
0, E church-Preaching Augusta Railroad. Worden. Ph&adelph.- I W ; N J Jewelry, ,
r.r W ,
IC' J, F. 'p"na I Fourth Ward UrlanTBowden Florida to these p r ddCtL iI l .'., j
Henchman. PbUa
; 1 K ffKJrdand
dIr ptiI sniOils Staterooms the ; ; H L Diamonds Plated
bead and berths cs anc.
"And Me Too Line
Gl ,
nt f.pi5c.p..s IItftet .' ,> i-. -'_.;_ upon Bay steamers Kn.N Y; J H Merrill. VI; '
SLd1l'Ird R H, Wdfl. Re.1or, Sunday service. Ur L. Keene. caa be' secured by app; conductors ol, clay .. Mrs Hills. N Y;Cu Bosioa: J Solid Gold and SIT- '

: ..; ly.at.I X Sundays*. M4 at Fnday S. ,*I. The following from the Cairo QazcUc We may have a word or two to on In.Short. trains up n'the Wilmington ft w lao Railroads,or H French, burl.ngttmj H C Pon Niin.;J H CoU- : :S; ver Ware etc. "
IICf\'ICIC say Miss ,
'% M. .. MiMioa. Schools in has such a fit application to this neck or telegr m to the undersigned. man. Carlisle,Boston; Mrs C 1 Wiafild.HW .
5.-11001 at 5. the relative -Tbe hotels crowded.. t Mrs
s. Scrvica IDJ of the two tickets in WmfiddJC : Re..BW Ni, ,
and At JackrilleII... .. woods, that we copy it for the benefit of A. POPE. e. P 1 S o"' C. h f "-. : &.t
pm Sunday MtS '
_1Ier our next. -Read advertisement : 3 3 I. General J.W ,
N. E. of orange Passenger Agent '
Wedaoddt Epi.copal(outh). rRerNc.m wbom it may concern. In the language ., Cooper.Camden; W J C DIAMONDS. "u-i.ss. AND JPXXC10US .
)181' B. ,' "
11. r Bt
wecu, RC"J. Fitrpatnek.rrhti property for sale on time. -, STONES SET IN -
.p.w.I; aJMI of tbe late Rogers, 'wev'ebeenthar, :", 1Our.. Lumbermen... grove .COUNTRY FIRMS PROMPTLY SUPPLIED- MONCRIEF Enl HI P ors. FINE GOLD
of Chan and Hogan streets, : Mr.; w: Clarke/who-receellylos With' J H StedweD,Mrs'J XWright.. G H .
comer the best Groceries in the Market ON ,
Bqit. J'Ait0l'. Service. every Sunday We wish it distinctly understood that & 4 by Wm. Rich. York; E F flagYcnkew; NY. W -- ---.c
1"Nr \IIIdCL dock; CCflIt at S. tbe announcements of candidates must .tLSoF CL.RLWhen : bit wife by-death4asagain met with asad'bereavementvifl b casJa .! ,tC Ward Brooklyn. N Y;J F RoDias,Mrs R.Wa. Fort.I .-- '. .5.t

-f.g at MiiIosaY 11 BaptKt lhurch Ma.Dunl 8r'oWft 5treet., raster.U be- be paid for in advance. Our leniency the State of Florida-was? 'yet in the death of his GI R W Hyer. C.N H Initial Lettert, Afonagrama. m4 _IFaay ". .
Ti'' 1tftC15le\I. NOTICE.,
Ja. L71a
ra .s\ corner illC church and Nemnan.aueeu' in this particular has not only subjected ber teens, and the city of Jacksonville a youngest child., DUCKT will pledge to seD Clothing.Gentlemen's Underwear. A E. I 1 Pfc.li I Emgravimg Jain imam .
HghMa .ioH Hunt.Mrs Hlunt.Dostoa.JACKSONVILLE artistic .
JgK .Ias.at6)o; ; Hunt.
Early us to pecuniary' ,loss, but intuits from hamlet of wooden houses at a time when Blankets Overcoats Cloaks Talons Cover Mi .u/ltUr.. -ill

*'2at S Brooklyn! near S, Fairbank's rcsdIILC. certain parties toward whom we exercised excellence -Four different entertainments- were- Icti.Trunks .,Silk and Fur Hats, aDd myriads -
the and
4dftftt of Florida RETAIL MARKET.
W Cimfl'AIY.Fm' r..LOr. that leniency. Let it be understood superiority held in,the cityon Thursday evening.The : of other article too e -3 ,. ) -
C I numerous mention at I
very Corrected '
of ri and Unoa alreet*. Weekly by J.B.ROCBB.Grocers Bay street.
and its universal for time Chronometer
1IafIl"N.W.career I then that we shall publish no announcement pine adaptation lriu.; : .-I.d''NO by .:.
1LCIL ., PaM0r. I Silver Springs will ,still continue rated transitobservations. --.i.r ,-
Wai.bifltOfl atreet, Rn J.Il.S unless the order is accompanied every handicralwhere' great strengh P' by -
.fncaa Nedaodl.c. by the cash. *'Ob J it 'in. her semi-weekly trips to Mayport RING LOW PRICES. .HONESTY chickssii. t -__ IS 4 !
P' pot and durability ,are required became Is the Riches .per .... -_ .
I'm good; I'll hand it to you," won't do.The jew motto at emporium. lo-ai if Ouckens, half p. per pair..7..:.. 7T 'S c 6 7 L. .
-Rev-'Dr.H01dieh of' York C. _
Crd. proverbial throughout the laud, William : Turkey,.each ibe _...'a ooiaa -
Medic handing to mo'forms condition FAITH HOPE AND CHARTtV small me. S
Turkeys, ,
will at )f.E. Church ; a a s1
preach Trinity
f, call tbe attention ot our precedent, upon which we shall insist, Alsop and Henry Clark established in, city, The last but not least is MIDd'br Buying groceries Wild .. "-ZT S(3 Acm "1'11.C.lmaTID BoaA.un 4 '"

We 1ri 10 of Mrs. F. M. Murray be the party white or black, rich or poor, 1848 the steam-saw and planing mill Sunday at 11 "o'clock// a. m. from Rich. ,' I0..i tf Partridges' ,.i--* ., .. .,, .,,,, ._. 10.l la. eoc.'fOtSln WATCM,
the card .
resdrt0 proud or humble. whicb'bean their name. As rolledon. -The J. P. & M. R. R. issue excur : ) t1\ : -
for the years Y :
who has locat l in this city BEST BEEF IN THE MARKET. u.p sae'S< :1
tbe cumbersome, old-fashioned mill, sion tickets to.Tallahassee and back. for Weighing 475 Ibs. will be sold for tea cents pound S per nnng' -- .. a( 85 .
of following her profes on. per ____ -_: ,5 50 Very stylish Ladies'Hats at BUCKTS. i
: purpose Remarkable Increase in Weight. with its antiquated machinery unable seven dollars. at the Famous Tennessee Beef Stalls;south _end 0 Shad,e_-_ -_ 'SMiall.

IDd comes highly recommended. We should say that to Mr. S. Hyde, to supply the demand of a business Several tons of ice arrived on Thursday the market.: Also Sausage Meat so cents per povnd. ."' ARRIVAL '

_____- Pork.15 cents per pound. CHAS. SCAVBT. Bacon.C R. lb-. ... t] FRESH
St. Augustine merchant, of 127 Sullivan street New which, even prior to the civil war was morning at the J. P. & ). Railroad _ _ 1-33 tf Beef. Fulton.me.p I ( 13
Weekly Excursion York his Florida Las lluuO.(sr e IS FASHIONABLE GOODS
present trip cer- extensive there arose on the smoulder Po per Ib p _. (
The steamer Florence leaves this tainly been a journey for health. Suf. ing old reduced to ruins the depot.The per I ____ _, (gt iS a ; '.
the Railroad pile by small Boston sloop now in the Notice is hereby gwen that a Special Meeting of the Shoulders.per I --,.;...... j-..., 0 12* CENTLEMENS FAL AND WINTER WEAilacasAciliG ., .

morning at 8 o'clock, from lering for a long time past from chronic torch of unnatural' strife, the present river is about being chartered by an StockhuUers of the Jacksonville Gas Light Co.win be White B.per 1' ( i j !. :.111

wbirf for St. Augustine via Tocoi, bronchitis and to escape the rigors ofa structure and with h the introduction ot held at the Office of the Secretary of the Co.,oa St n.Wt. '
Cuba. .
party a trip to the per bbl__ a ail -*
at Green Cove Spring going New York winter he to Florida urdar. ijth day of March 1875. at it A.M.,to M
came the best and -
touching most recent improvements Eu per bl1i AND .
) 9 10 FABRICS* .: .*
la week adopt the measures to and
all reminded neceuary provide
t _
-Bay street, ways bbl
7 @ 1
Md returning._ _,. arriving in Jacksonville on the 21st of in wood-cutting machinery. With the of in 'dense means to change the present Rosin Works to Coal Gas SpD.. >r afit._. 3 *a SUCH AS ,::' *'anNE
one Broadway early June so S
January last when his weight was one advent of better times the business oj wurU, without Hominy per I _--- 3 S@ 4 ooraurr. !?
For Lake Worth. was the throng.We deJay.H. BROADCLOTHS CASSIMERES. VEST4
hundred and forty-three pounds. Feel the H. HOEG. Secretary. .-. '
firm INGS
not with AND GENERAL
only kept the FURNISHING < SJ
pace Apples, per bbl ... ,
Bennett will leave this city have had Jacksonville races this Jacksonville;Fla., Feb. 24th, 1875. -7 tdm Limes dog.-. -c--. 3 4 GOODS. : :
The Eliza ing an unusual increase in his organism, growth of the lumber trade on the St. ,per ; 10 9 15 at the Stan of ,-"*
..__ *
Worth on Wednesday the 17th last year for the first time. Why not have a Lo.p d ,, rm-*, S@ BAR ATI ER za.'t;
for Lake be was weighed on Thursday by Johns river, but the thousands of tons AN EXCELLENT HOMESTEAD FOR SALE.I Q 10GCAtJf. J. ,

iost. Persons desiring to make the Mr. J. S. Parker of this city. and foundto prepared timber annually sent oversea Jacksonville regatta as well ? offer my homestead with, if desired iwo,three or Merchant Tailor; ... *< #

nnd can learn all the particulars hundred and -The schooners Hector and bur acres adjoining land, the whole wish the Corn,p bhl.!_ .,....,_. 1 W 13 Laura ,iil
n trip contain two fourteen and land to almost every part of the Florence now set Oats, _,- ..,?,_ tf i ooraovistoKS. Street Jnst above Bay Street
schooner at Foster's wharf, best seedling oranges the only reason tor selling being 11-21_ JACKSONVILLE. FLX .',n*f
board ,
on pounds avoirdupois, being an increaseof United States and the West Indies increased & Lillian arrived yesterday afternoon ,
a pecuniary inability to improve the place as it deserves j
loot of Pine street. seventy-one pounds in fifty days. We from an annual average exportation The former is at Fairchild's and the latter Forty or fifty of the orange trees will undoubtedly bear' Salt Butter,per.per sack"v-,,._ __ _, -_ I 7 9 "5 Fine black dress coats and fancy sock: wear at Ducky's. 'I'

only hope Mr. hyde won't have to pay of nine millions tbe eight years at Solary's wharf. The schooner ia the coming season. The hole place offers' the best Cheese Lard, per Ib". .... 3 6 fS S nom-A

The David Clark. two fares when going back. subsequent to the civil war to eleven Prescott Hazeltine is now unloading at chance in the vicinity of Jacksonville:far a first-class: Egg, (per scarce.-)per d'.,.. ... 32 IS :' SALE.
hotel with 4 FOR t rJ
i spacious grounds or w'a circle cI friends ,
Po.lrh. 2
This new steamer will take her placein -- millions of feet for the 1874-5 Foster's wharf. p 0,1.___ .
who wish .
years exclusive I to live in vicinity, as the grounds will easil Swe S The Lease and improvements oa two City Lots I. ; ., .
Brock & Coxetter's consolidated St. The Late Payments to Colored Soldiers.In of a large local and State trade. -The hand organ at the corner 'of :I admit of sub-divi Into three or four private resi- Onions,p bh_ -.. @ 2 in the town of Lavilla.about ". lid

Johns Ili\'er Line on Tuesday the 16th. connection with the recent disbursements We sincerely hope that the further additions i- Bay and Newnan streets is one of the deuces in a wholesome and every way drsirable locality _DUE-.al.Pe. -_ @ 35 ONE-HALF MILE FROM JACKSONVIU. P.O.- .J
The Ihttie's trip baa been changed toWednesday. to colored soldiers of the now intended to the present mill most wonderful instruments ever devised GREAT_ Currants,,p per p li.Ib ___ J@ 3 highcontninsa The place is fenced la with a board fence six feet : : .

_., late war much disappointment was may be a still further source of continued d to drive men to suicide. It plays three ,. Over the political canvass EXCITEMENT, but greater over, Rich. Apples, p __ 1"5DJIE HOUSE, STABLE, GOODVELL: } :

caused the of fortune and that the buzz of industry but when it is the
through an error on part busy tunes, grinding splendid assortment groceries. 10-21 tf Wood ._
pine, _
3 75 & 4 Aodabogathoaai!
Burglary in the City. the offi. Charleston, who has chargeof which for over a quarter of a one you immediately wish it were the Wood sawed p, c_____ S 5 8 5 0 75 '.
FURNITURE.Just per cwt i (A
No. i ,,
On Thursday igbt the grocery storeof bounties in this dis has often and 4 7 I
the payment of century resounded day other. Coal. per ... .. .100@s.
receiving from the schooner McDonald over Syrup, Honda, per gal __ fc s I one to six years old. WH be sold very cheap.'
Ponce, on Bay street was in this i of Jacksonville tbe 75 I
Joseph trict. The officer in question having night city 8
umnr _
"George" appreciates the handsome Ten Thousand Dollars worth oCFan.Iture.in such variety Hon.
tntcred by the back window and several notified several men residing principallyin New York of Florida-may grow no notice extended to him by the Cairo and styles as win suit the demands of .n. at a.per Ib. --- 9 1 ? i la running. order., For further particulars enquire of ..

pieces of cheese, crackers, jelleyg and Fernandina and St. Augustine to appear dimmer in these hard times of commercial -. Gazette, and while his modesty will not Northern prices with freight added. Call and ezainc. : i .

and all the wooden .at the old stand,south side of Bay street between H. STEETSKAMP, : rG
cigars, s-jme liquor and receive their money when in disaster but be a harbinger of .e'er. permit him to copy it, he nevertheless Pine and Laura streets,Jacksonville.i THIRST NATIONAL BANK TAILOR. :

I pipes were stolen. fact they had already received all increasing prosperity of the firm and of! feels constrained to make due acknow- 30 tf C. O. LIVINGSTON. I OF FLORIDA. 12-3 3m Or a t the office of tbe NEW SOUTtt'. _;..

Floral Concert. arrears of pay and bounty due to them the local partner whose integrity is a i ledgement. Fourteen years ago !P FREE LUNCH. JACKSONVILLE. f .

under the account of t-er- bye-word his fellow-citizens, and Fine Business Suits at BUCKVS. ,
prescntlaw on among
What of events have been '.
an anny Planck is the name but mat blank is the place. Fresh Tke NatiBad ,
The members and friends of the unfor- wbo in his time "has done much 1 ;oferation ;tJS.
vices in the army. Through good crowded into the space. Philadelphia and Milwaukee Lager Beer 01) Draught.Free nf

Trinity M. E. Church propose 'to give tunate mistake, they were not only I disappointed by stealth and blushed to find it fame." lunch from n tilt I o' l ck. 'The best of liquorsonly '. Exchange on Svvannah and New York sold,and Exchange IMPORTA-tT TO. EVERYBODY" >ai.: f_
Northern tourists who went to Egypt on Northern points bought.
the Hall kept at"Henry's Retreat oC a .
i doral concert at Metropolitan Bay street west .
but to _
subjected expense 1 .-; >1e
on Tuesday evening, March 15th. The "to do" the Nile this winter should have Laura. 11.5 tf AT CURRENT RATES. If yon wU a genuine article Ia the way Cigars-:. ?,,,
which at could not conveniently ,* $ **
present, i *
Lecture on Florida and its Resources. with
taken them for
sleighs along
programme for the evening will consistin afford to incur. IT WILL MAKE YOU LAUGH. DLRECTORYANDSTOCJ/IOLDERS: Wines Liquors. ,Sx..go 10' ,' .. ,,,:..'WjtC

tort of vocal and instrumental music. i On Thursday evening Mr. C. Cod. the correspondent of an English paper Just received at BctteGnfs! Restaurant 10 cases fine i Ftrrign, B_,. J. B.TOCNI.T, ,'

editor of the Florida Agriculturist from Cairo 15lb imported old Topaz Sherries; 5 cases imported Hungarian JOHN CRa.E. "fa
fpeecbefi distribution of bouquets and rington. writing January bays Hon. F. E. Sfu. \A. Ile. s ie
The Late Wm. H. Hagan Esq Toby cases Swiss Vermouth Swiss E"
; S ; 5 cases ,.
delievered lecture the Metropolitan that had fallen' in of PIL Ra.uIGN E. A FaCI. -- .
refreshments. From the popularity of a at snow many parts Absinthe; 10 cases Suuteme. Constantly en,hand the REMIHCTON.. D"oK .' .',1.

the artists engaged a very pleasant time Some time since, Wru. II. Hagan, Hall on "Florida and its Re Upper Egypt on the 12th of that month, delicious Scuppcmong WTue.rimed at CL2"2Jv.nrbc W. C. SOCWES. rsq.. W. M. Bo rwzcx."E.E. If you wish to take recreation. ia a good game w; 1f'A;

is antici pa.ted. Esq., Pittsburg, Pa., who was in impaired sources." Beginning with the climate and that the weather was, "bitterlycold. by Got. Martin. : 12-33 it -S&b a6.2874. ..I Billiards.P 10 J.B TOGNfS Saloon Bay street.. :::, '',*T1

,, health, came to Jacksonville, and its adaptability to thd raising of ." NEW ;;':u

; Return of a Hunting Party. trusting that our brighter and more tropical fruits, Mr. Codrington remarked -Dont fail to attend thn.auction sale Just received FINE 30 cases CHAMPAGNU Imported Champagnes, of the ADVERTISEMENTS. : ": :n, .h

The steamer Silver Springs, which genial southern clime would renovate hy way of its healthfulness, that the advertised by J. L. Burcb,the 'inimitable. brands of HIIIII.'.. Moet & Chaadon Pommery(sec), "\TRS. M. F. MURRAY; Imported Bass Ale oa d achL CaU for nr at, J.: B'"':.

his shattered constitution. But alas Roderer Delmonico's Piper Sc. Hc Ernest f.fTOGN1'S.attheMCU'OpOIitaD
I number of deaths in Jacksonville amounted : '
chartered the Russian Count for Billiard Saloon. ;:
was by the hope was delusive. That insidious roy & Co.. Krug & Co.. ia quarts. pints and half PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. :, 1"* .".-
pleasure trip up the St. Johns has returned to eighty-six last year in a popiila- -This is the last day of the educated pints lor sale by the case or Souk,at I_3- """ 1'> .

artcr an absence of twclre days, disease consumption had selected him ion of ten thousand, many of these be show. Everybody should' as it j3.3.tf Ugrrwsi' RUr..IiUlITo Special attention given to ,.' GtfJ
hog go. I
for victim and he calmly passed Boots. and Shoes aeat and durable at BUCKY .
lug confirmed invalids from the North. : DISEASES OF THE LUNGS. ,
far Lake
bring gone as up as Harncy.The is interesting to all alike. 1'RIVATE BOARD. ::4'4 I

Count is a keen sportsman and a away on the 13th ultimo. His estimable lIe (Mr. Codrington) had known In his A few persons can be accommoda with good boan' ROOMS-MITCHEL'S NEW Btrcujiw SHOP. :

capital shot and brought back numerous wife who had accompanied him hither, time the children consumptive parentsto -The ladies should bear in mind that ia a quiet Wndjl applying'to the subscriber.. the Bay street.Jacksonville. CARRIAGE '.:! .1. '

: was thus left alone far from her own there are front seat* reserved for themat corner of Cedar and Beaver sheets., OFFICE Hotns-9 to it A. M.. a to 4..M. R_ "
trophies of his skill grow up here in Florida as robust I GEORGE I. LEA M
the show moral 11.28Sf W.. Snrrsow.OH. 5,9L1O. -13 J.IIL
home and bog a strictly con-
" amongcomparath'ciLrangera.But and hearty a people as any in the land CARRIAGE MAKER <" f.

the afflicted widow who is a sister cern. MYt PROPERTYFOR ,
" St. Luke Hospital.We Conceding the excellence of the climate, ORANGE ." ,) ;
uf Gen. James A. Ekin Chief Quartermaster klr. Codrington related the story of an -Matinee to-day at 2 o'clock for the Just received at BrttelinTs Restaurant aocases of ez COR.WASHINGTON AND ADAMS STREETS ', ::A
ceflent imported French of the SALE ON
take pleasure in the brandy,port vintage TIME.
printing report of the Department of the South Illinois farmer who seeing no corn children. Front seats reserved for ladies 1797'and i8jo. This is highly recooiBiendcd for Invalids. JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA._ -
I have made
with of
of the arrangements one the
of the fair for the
managers now rtationcd at Louisville, Ky., found along the banks of the St. Johns as far as at the hog show. _ _ 1-3 tl bnd-bolders in the best natural orange region of Florida will build ia fiat-class style Carriages Buggies aa* ?- .04 4
benefit of St. Lake's Hospital and cannot and am now able to offer to persons who may de>ire to Light Wagpnav
many kind and sympathizing friends Jacksonville, went right back and told ONLY CALL. invest modaatelv ia oraage-crowuie the. foUowine ta.vorablc .. .t
refrain Irom expressing our gratification MusicaL guaranteeing the faithful performance Repairing neatly done., Come aad_my wad .
our citizens whose atlentions as others have done, and be convinced that Cheapo r terms ol .. :
among generous that Florida would
his neighbors
grow all the conditions on the pan of the person selling. I _ _ _-- _- P._
at the flatUiring re ulW ol Bargains can be obtained,and with greater satisftction.. g
assuaged the pangs of her Now Northern like We are authorized to announce that will sell in tracts of 5. io, 15,or 20 acres,as may bedeMred. 0 I
thtir labors. The has reasonto nothing. people Polite and attentive, salesmen to wait upon every one,, .stocked with trees budded from bearing sweet TO CONTRACTORS AND BUILD1 : -,
community stricken heart. Among those wbo kindly I from the Metropolitan Hall has been engagedfor and orange trees, each acre containing one hundred
the man Illinois must give up great small at THS GHXAT SOUTHS BAZAAR... trees: ERS t
be proud of this achievement and. the lor(200 per acre. Of this 25 per cent must be paid at '
proffered their friend I)' assistance was idea of raising corn and northern grasses the evening. of Monday 20th ; 31-1451 the time of sale and the remainder caa stand(secured Having completed aa extensIve new mill hi conacex
win not fail In render the prvpt-r measure under for concert the t.of which STUPENDOUS-SACRIFICES by mortgage oa the premises) until the grove comes ion wuh my former con.1 am prepared to furnish aQ "- t
kfr. Wasgatc the well known bete, and turn themselves to the a programme the of kinds of finishing material such as Brackets Balusters.
of mm bearing by payment eight per cent interestper
praise, to those who so well did what taker. Never we are assured will the which will in its selections present a musical i Daily hourly and momentarily disposed of at the year .Tbe person selling will Anther contract to Flaxes CoI.- Mouldings.Scion Saw Work.Lath .i
of fruits constutes
thej tet out to do. raising tropical! aI I :"-' '. Gut SOVTMMU BAZAAR.. care far the trees for tea cents each yearly thus insuring Flooring;Planed Tongued and Grooved and Beaded if
kindness and courtesy of this gentlemanand the real wealth of Florida. Contrasting treat such as never before delighted their rapid maturity and early bearing. The account desired. Weather Boards.Beveled or Squat Edged..
Dressed or Rough as desired. Plank of alt sues, : .
p will stand about like this: .
others be forgotten by Mrs. ILtgan. the products of ,Florida with Jacksonville; :audience. Among those THE PARENTS either Droned or Plough ha any quantity.. Doer and
Aa of ra acres,( trees)would
cst at
A orange grove I/no .
Boston Weather Item. render their two 3f all well regulated families their ol r Window Ctiisp, Pickets of every aad any pattern.In -
of the who will services are purchase groceries the cad of sixth :
or by the relatives and friends year
those of the West Indies Islands a word everything ia the lumber line the UuUe .,
_. _.___
He had Rich Folk's Block; Bay street. 10.3351 Cash down at time purchav. $3oo 00 "
every appearance of a lOUdman. family, who have requested us to make, Jamaica in..which he spent;twenty or three whose'performances have beCore' Interest on ft,
Ue WM portly well dressed in this public manner an acknowledgment Mr. Codrington said that be now held as enchanted and' whom BUY BOOTS 'WITH '. '.'l C5ZC0fttee3k16y3ZS.60000, satisfy yourselves as to price, before purchasiac elseia -.
I :
and j workmanship
digctfed. lie wai waiving up of their profound and heartielt md seen as good fruit grown here in we have hoped to hear again.(. A quota A. K.PntcrvAL's stamp upon them.. They are supe.rkwtoiflotke1L. 1,830 ooTo wdllasqualinromazcrial.guarantee. .
-. be paid at end of 6 Je& son 00 .q
abhington : -- ;
street afternoon talent also be contributed from 1 -31tl -7t1 ALEX. WALLACE
yesterday gratitude. The remains of tbe lamented Flonda as ,be did in the most favored of will q

with great grauty, when !In attempting one New York's most refined musical TO RENT: -' : $3.33000 ,
deceased were conveyed! to:Pittsburgh spots in the West Indies. and as to INCOME. -; f
10 read TU Globe talfetin anloontim circles and we shall look-{or the event Pleasant furnished rooms can be rented near the 4th from bud tree, JSJOTICE.laformatioa -:4
.. Pa., and deposited in tbe family no country in the world can ; year jo orange per
progress at the same L4LUe. his feet oranges St.James Hotel Address Lock boi j, P. 0.'II worth two cents at tIc grove.-i poo'
of of the whereabouts of Mr. N' ..
Eruek une ol those pmminent'nubs ol uril lot in Allegheny Cemetery, on compete with it. Here is the real wealthof with the highest anticipations; pIeasure. -, -, 5th year from bud,200 per tree_.._ 4.000 WALL desired the bookstore of.1..MATHER JESSE ;.1 1.
6th from bud,25O per tree -'Jopoo oo '
MW-trodden the 25th ultimo. State and the begin year &CO..Bay street. .i.ss.
snow, slipped! oil. and lie our sooner- people Deduetesnto11i3,35000 I''; .J)

l' of sat I flown hard in a contiguous puddle B. _H _- I to accept it as the inevitable the bet- Lyman'sA 6,6Sooo .. .t

and rt. &rkedG Then he 4._arose in_hU_might_ The Nominations. ter. No less than seven millions of dolars LADY'S'OPINION PHOTOGRAPHS. Even putting the price at'15 per IOOOaDd the show- THE JACKSONVILLE ::

: Convention called at tbe courtroom lag is a good one. leaving the buyer.,*So after .,
- The were paid ,last ,year and all to The men who walk our thoroughfares, The Finest Pictures ever taken in the South arc BOW paying for very his place. :

----- -.1 to nominate a city Jicket met on foreigners for oranges and a few other Whose shirts (tofu blaze with diamonds ; being,rude at The titles to these lands are perfect and there is no SALE AND LIVERY :1 l -0.*

c Who live the choicest food, ohV. 'a CALUUT. legal impediment ia the way descrying out the engage .J l'Tfl
and ,
Tuesday evening was organizedby Eastern aU of upon ,
hinge l ring ports ,:i.jrr. <. mcatabovep.oposed.
: -- '
_______________ All their meals LYMAN'SA '
office oldie New Sotmt sad examine the '
BordweJl' Panorama Exhibition. electing Mr. Hodges. Chairman, and which this, StalA can grow not only as verdict get givenr by men of.last." air CaUau the STABLES, _, ;;:::__.; :;

A$ Mr. JItiggiasSecretaiy. well but anmeasurably superior Then And not by Simple Simon's; 11-21 ,

stated on the handbills, the cxhibi- Mayor Jones was rfc-nominate4 with too, any man would pay doable' the The rarest food ague and wines -- .
tioa consist of a Panorama of the Franco.GtrTnn Arc ./B*r/.f0und at LYMAN'S.In ': *. BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS T.HE C. B. McCLENNY. hOftlnoa.'r
great unanimity. but when tfca other price for a real Florida orange rather -, Will had a complete assortment of himber dressed .
Li War and Mirror of Ireland. places on the ticket came to be tilled the than take the miserable little shrunk-up a life of ringle blessedness, aid undressed.&.shtngtes...'at the Depot A first-class ia everything newspaper; neutral dally in DOthilllto and weekly. independent all- I .' -,- 'L"'. .., Jo! .JI ,

the norama of the Franco-German strife the rival candidates and from the West There's much t) be commended; Wcr'ud., Orders to be delivered at landings on corrupt rings in municipal, State and National afbirs. Notice is given to the public that I have purchaser' 'fltheMErkOPOUTAN .. ,
thing brought Indies or :
1I'ar the localities Live well at LvMAjfs RETAUANT the River receive especial sftrntfaia. The Daily Times will be issued oa Saturday the well-known STABLES. opposite

grolUldl rendered famous a* their friends became so boisterous as to ilediterraneun. Unfortunately! the man ifor j& And half your trouble's ended. Address Lotos J. Baus ijth Sundays of March excepted.pea under;'and the every editor morning 1 direction thereafter of A., HOTEL: sad have oa hand t ;..

Lte.ik5 are presented, In a',very present the appearance ot a mob rather raising cotton and,nothing else, has But if despuing single' life K. McCtrac, printed compactly from clear new type, A VERY LARGE STOCK OF HORSES AND : -11
manner. called the You pledge yourself to Hymen METEOROLOGICAL RECORD. oa a large folio sheet.containing aQ the. the news of the MULES FOR SALE. .. &
The than a political meeting for bund its way Into this State too and results day.eluding the Associate Press J elegrams.Special
Provide wife with loKurief Observation taken at ,..'ai s.. ..and o r.M.
mirror of your y and Irom all of ia-
Ireland i is enlivened general good. We trust it is the last of course in making beggers of the Such as yon found with LTMAN. daily,by the Signal Service U.S.Army.In this dry. lercst.and Telegrams tearless Correspondence editorial discussions. (punts aU. current I Those desiring purchase will find it to the'r advantage -*, J -

ghout wiLb well known tongs and display of the kind we ever witness I tell ladies and i" topics. Price.two cents. to examine this unusually large and attractivestock. '. :_...
daiices may planters. you, gentlemen '. ,adapted to all uses. .I aa aUo recehrrogA : < "Wir
ltogeUjer Be well disposed to all the world! 8" ; 2. 'Wind.3s Mail subscriptions, postage free, six-dollars per.
presenting -reryevening' in this city. It is disgraceful to the that the raising cotton in- FlorIda Mardi : .; ; ,5 !' ; num.or afty cents per month ia advance 'i .", 4'J
able Unlike ascetic Timon ; = Advertisements, fifteen, sad thirty cents COMPLETE OUTFIT OF
'rusensen party to the city and an outrage upon or anywhere else in these Southern Enjoy your health live like 'a lord,* : II iJ.. I .: .=- rg....''-9' L .. Sac, accoroing to position.twenty per > :.IL

._ the of wh ,desIre to And Uke meals with L\'I4.\ I ft'o' C I r I 'TIMES .) i' "
rights quiet people States is played out. I repeat that. your J "C a J THE WEEKLY BUGGIES, PHAETONS AND ,

.. Sowa. lartldpita in, the councils of the part). And for this reason n: In'tbe East Indies Others mlY'try to ape bis ityle TuG. 9 9, 3034' S oE Light ooo wIn be,ktued'ca Saturday. March the aoth. and OTHER CARRIAGES ,' t
.A But he mtrt be a sly man. Wed. 10 7 30.10 $4 68 E Gentle 0.00 Fair. weekly thereafter,containing all important news of the ,
bett r Illustration of the counties The following is the, ticket nominated : and Egypt the mass of the people beingno Who ventures to compete at all '. ... a 30.06 64 is SW Fresh,:a eo' CTdy week,and complete market and financial reports. stf
pays and 9 JO.IS .1 64 Calm ocoGlcar Mailed for one postage free, at the following of the latest styles.. .
resorts of American Peter Jones. better tbio aUvesvrWorklng for With such a host as LYp4.ti. "aY year .. '
ple our peo- For Mayor- wages Tha.'lt. JO.2t '0 ,95. rates: One copy ft; tea copies. : twenty copies :: -j7'7 'f

Jhae to make a uving could e offered For Marshal-Emannel Fortune. equivalent i one.American dollar per In liar street, at the Ivy Green, .5 '. JO.tl 3of }6&60 170 38 'E'SE Gentle Fresh ,0.00 Q Q'dy Ci '16.Ad'l'Cl'tisanClata twenty cents per line., '. FOR LIVERY SERVICE ". ./\4i

the eombtnatlOIr the those countries find Me Fri. 53 7 Ji-Ji, '1 71 SE Gentle oxx Crdy Remittance should ba made draft or ofiororders. .; t1 .
now on exhibition For City Clerk-Joseph E. Lee. moth planters ip can You'll daily papers; .,. S& Gentle Q'dy by post Which will b*avatshed '
P1 JO-06 6J 94 Address THF. TIMLS.
the vacant lot., corner of Bay and For Tax Collector-R. P. Moody. lopelesslj optstrip.A1l American plan, 'While LYMAN'S friend will all quit Barometer corrected,lor temperature'and elevation ,No. 14 South Seventh Street Philadelphia.OBERSON ., AT THE SHORTEST NOTICED .'. : :.
TokeeptromyQuthe vapors
$ el'Dan ItreetJ. Between pig-dancing, For Assessor-Thomas Lancaster, er who has to pay A man fifteen Then'while you live enjoy your ht.. & MAPSON '/r

rIpeze feats, sleIghts of band b, .'ProBalr For Treasurer-Cbas. Fridenb rg. .[mes the wage a Hindoo J or Egyptian So that when y4 CORJC U di;, man, MARINE I. ELLlGENCE-' 'R and CIa the .;: c1 "

fellor the great American magi- The ward nominations, weN not [ receive. Then I tell'yon, and know You'll'k*** you've seen the AM/ of lifAnd' Have opened k Erst-class MOST. REASONABLE TER)s i1, ..: ?
with Lv. .
it "
tlB .
rj what I 'thta as their cotton --' : SHAVING SALOON .
wbgingclogHlandngperg ratified at this meeting but were : say, brfcgs JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.AMIVAU. Ht

leopaA.and other nondescript deferraUo a future time. within two cents per pound of tbe .best -_ earner of Bay aad Pine streets where all the.fnaawJbmcea Mr. G. II. BRITTAIN is my awhorbrd Ar M :,."Jt-
I* AT "THEWEST END.I t tB. .illf.lIcD-W. Bat"Jtjrch ned bv the best saloon ia the can and Manager aDd will always be found at the StaUes
** March io,sch. Prescott "'. country. .
medley WM never seen in Jack.rT"le. The following ticket was. naminated American article, the time will come 1 FfkmibKb.- PnyfiOJV..wffl U fand b.choicest tluund., They also furnish at all hours aUcDd 101D1_ aWtl&vi"C the ..
I t. B. N u.'iJ'Y'Sept. ;
Profeg r Baker intend visit by the citizen meeting on 'Thursday when it will command good a price,i I liqrat:M th. cil>. Imported. Bav Ale.Ptofec 110vaufcM March n'I,str.str.Dictator.Lixa Baker.Vo d.LsRose.Savaaaah.March Chariestoa. .-, .I HOT AND :COLD BATHS.. 16.UL*11'u., -aut '\ A ; '

Ctbe principal resorts on the river evening for the British,goveinment and people Bottled Lager Bcc ,Ale;Bel&rt Ginger Ale, as sch. Bliss Bennett. Bcaactt.Pun Orange :

te! or two PUce the Gulf For, Tbos.'E. Buckman. haTe taken lesson to trust to their o wo :nd wiacs of all klMav Seuppenwng Wute.a prim : au Tickets entitling the bearer to etch I shaves for sate Iia home. Tcrme.frec. --
on coast Mayor-Capt. truck fcr tevmlkb specialty. 'Liquors for cojuury March so.str City Paine Fitzgerald,CharWston I srsi.co: eight shaves,haw cutting and shampooing dt5'$20P .AddRtIC.St.f.: -" ; "' '
dpirtare for tbe We Iodies 1pr qki1lj ucicisy.: tcrri&oricfo1co&on| and,Dot be left In I trade sad CunUjr vie cootintty.hand. sa.f March ij,sch. PraJik Birdt fljclwnran,Havana 'I,'**. "- -.' ,jJ tI, ..- _. .. : .



::1 :::::--
jrrJ ---.
----- -




I )


.. IjtIt
t gI

: .:

'i4it; ., .
---- -
... _.... --...

i THE' 'NEW: SOUTH : .SfiMf-WEfcKliYl JjWeKSONV-iLL'E.I} S 1ft1iRD'i-\\i: MSR'GH #.H75IHT3SS ;

.. -
-P1 _ _ _ _ _ -- -- -- _

''t I I.etftP&ss.,... '# ...... .....''.';.'.' tl MISCELLANEOUS.IV "':'"V.t1 FURNITURE ": '. ';", '; :t- ; :. .. ,'. J MISCELLANEOUS'i :'i c'-i.: !fu.llo.! i ; cw ;:i ;L-r..t,1, tf' 5

14 '.j .. ... -- .--- .- '- .=-,. r' I : I : ;i FLORIDA: G5'1rKN' U
1 I -- -I I : r :
Be not twiil to take offense -
; .. '
?L. Let It paul! BARNEY'S, T -.1.: "" ; .kbisi ;" ... 'D1:'GR EE'N' L'E'Alf'.Jl': ll-'n' t'. I' : :i I j..tU ,iEfr,9: 1f nt' at .'t' If ..-'. )....... .., .". .1' ).1.' o. ,t. I .

M Anger is a foe to sense; '' i *.F.- \' '.1' :: : : 'F R.NITURE' ,.. .. .... . .... .... ..J. to .1.'.., r cd.1._. .,.. .,..,.il.J.1 .H :--h&fc -"i'! AND1REAL .''ESTATE'EXCHANGE.: -5

Let !it lIlt.1! : I FLUID EXTRACT, S ..- '.., f .: ', i" : ,. ) -.f f I... ."dH'I' ',.'tI.il.. .i,!', r:1': i .- ; .I' :',- -: t *t -
i ': :: :;
,1 i,1 ; ; "
Brood niaiLy oWa'wrori i < I
r' .
4' ;' Which will diiappcara3dng.i: :; ( .. .'f.' .:. : W'\ '.',.,:g,I". T" "i".I.E.11.lD-t..1.- \.> 't t .._i...; 'I i.. I' ., ., ",.1 .. /<< ,." .. f.Jttl'.',. '.IS74.] ,
t ) Rather this D A : S DREW.ARLOR" J.-JE'J L: .! : ..... 'l
sing cherry" e. B U.'C..H.IU', vI- .. & I.' '. ; .; ..r.'II ) .H'; "n :OFFICE tit E1 DG'S.BU1LDINC.OCUNST'JtI:
't' *.' -
: lLtt1tIIauTn1&kcorTuMt$1rt5tmind ; ., I:. : : : ;.,. !' .....;/ f \ .f ,.' ..' .Ii.i .: -S U.! .'.: : '.. ..,.,' ,JfCMOirvniB,. Ft*.. '/

- ; The) only known remedy forBRIGHT'S .. .', InrnnsT.-Interat: at the ii..of seven and thrte-tenths per cent.(or two cents oil
': per day f ice-)wiTJ
; : maU
: ; .
i. -iu <
; : < 'I' annually shall
; remained three months or ia the ..
Let more Bank.
it 1 1As .. be aodcd
pass ., ., I cannot understand bov'you can sefl foods so much: cheaper thanvicais boy at home {Is an expression: to the principal of the Depositor. : ... aaaaaUy
4- "*- the unregarded wind r SUITS. CHAMBER SUIT. heard! daily at GREENLEAF5 Jewelry Store. The ....er is this!.:He buys directly ofthe' -"> '- ff '''-1 .
DISEASE .', .'.- ;" '; : u usrt ., . : : : ; "
: ''I/, ; .-' Let It pass! ? : ITt :.J( ', ; LOAKS.-AB moneys'received on deposit shall'be i invested fn fine mortgages o.real and personal P< i-

Any vulgar souls that live .' 1. : this State of at least doable the 1'a1&Icpor in other ample collateral secmnoe*. 1 ropcftJ

.. .. May condemn without reprieve.; ., i And a positive remedy lor s I MAr tU'FACT.URE'RS' ;< : "
.; '- ;; : ,RaAL EAI.-ThkerpatkiflWI&AS trustees: tor the purchase and .sale of real estate or ike
I Tis the noble .ihi forgive. sad of Kotiar(
I MOSQUITO BARS & I management, estates and property generally. ,
.r .. tt Pant DIABETES DYSPEI'SIANERVOUS ertby saving one profit, and Jells'at a small advance above co *.- There knot a jewelry tore North ol Southere 'ff J. S'H: 'PAiNE. ." 'SAWLSPEARINGV' '
'- ,- wh goods of the samel I quality arc sold at as low prices as at Greenleaf's,bere.is. now being.opened,aa inj- -"}" .' -1' .Pftsia.I: '-''; ..' "Yie- Presideau JONATHAN C. CREELEY
; cbontn&niyword: ; DEBILITY nseatockc of goods usually kept in a firlt JIt'fl.' _Lctllpassl ." Greenlcaf transit tune is acknowledged Io be the standard. Observations taken daily with Blisses..lov :M" : 'n'j,1, : ; '; b '- .' '

1 Think how often you have erred ; '- .1'! DROPSY Parlor DAVISarior- & : DREW, ChambeSuI. proved 1'ransit-thc only transit.'in the. Sta- e. .Chronometer*repaired awl rated ..'. .''. .. ; ;.I .ft : .' '1.
... Sults. '
.-:Let it pail .' : Chaa1le- -r1yi4 1 ''i.j >. I .;

: Since our joys must pass a.ay, NON-RETENTION URINE. IRRI1'A110N.INFLAMA110N.. OR INCONTINENCE OK P Suits.Parlor ccxaerof Sluts The" Best of Workmen .Empl yed, anH :SATISFACTION : MSTATE.'COUNTY''ANDildTr 'JSCKIP SOLD AT CUKREXT
t .. Like the dcwdrups on the way. OR ULCERATION ,OF THE parlor Chamber .R.. :.J....... \' .#..*-* i-.1) '--I -. j j- .- !.> ;i "- ; ', .
Wherefore should our arrows way' Suits. BAY AND LAURA" STREETS Suits.Parlor I : GUARANTEED.; : I : ,'f ." '" ..
: Chamb : : ;" '. ,. ',: ', 'f .
: ) ; : I
r-i -. Let it pull! BLADDER AND KIDNEYS Suits, JACKSOXTIUX. FIA. SlIIts a. (' :; M : I '

If for ; ..,. ,,, .. .. v ...., .1 '." >. : :: '. <'I L t-lJb ": : L:: .: r;:''' : ; : : .

: good you've taken ill.Lei it 1 1O SPERMATORRHCEA, -. All Kinds of Jewelry Manufactured. .,: ....,: a ... ? ,.;, (fj J..t......... "A'; 1 I. ;?:; !! :'.u:1: !;REAL: : "ESTATE

d pass t. .. M iiIsCutin'd EniivedSton Gold.and Silver. ; : .. :
; .
i1ogr .. .
k be kind and gentle still ; ,. .?, ,. .. : : "
: ; ; : : ;.::
p .";tJJOJ'Let: it paIlS" Leucorrhosi or Whites; Diseases of the Prostrate EXAMINE OUR LARGE STOCK. Endless'variety of TOYaandHOLIDAY GIPTS.r1'.! ; .
; .. } ::' p.i..J ''1. (!: ,v ::' Po2uLiltm'
Time at last makei fell things straight, land.Stone In tha UU.dder,CulcuIu..Grc!, or Brick.dust .1 ., ,;J "- t :4ntS3a': '. : -> .

4 : .Let us not resent, bu( wil-. Deposit and Mucus or.Milky Discharges. I J"_.;" ,P,, .; :: : .'; : : ', :" -- :; ,.5 .S.. .. .. ...5 ..... ., -' ... . : '., ..
: 'I.(1 .'r'! .. : :::
And our triumph will be great; 'N ." .: ;, FLORIDA SAVINGS-BANK
J. -
.. .. : ; : ;
: Let it I ... -- --- as.. ..Attonley.n..wNotarJ.PbLIic.;, .5 ...... ... .. _
:' pass KEARNEY'SEXTRACT I ... .,, '"..... :, "',";.11 ."''r'., ,.,, ". .,.., ," .r : "
: 101 .1ai .- ,i- .. .; : Tke""ABe ;** -.(tke finest residcaes 'fa Ae 6tate with ef.....
Didyours.aso depart; ,. .. ,,. '. .l. :. pift ny;oa acres ,i thuau _I rN4.
101" -. 101 QRTONXQOK'ERi ;.Cro*tke post-oftc lea i6d'river' frent. koavhvnw, farre grape vineyard! kiwticml

.f p I ,. 1ct It pua I r' 101 .. . 101 .... .--i..l I ,* .,,.-. t.... .. ... ...... &:c.., HOOK !haa iy room shed ihm fbmt bi the. besi--. DouUe PIaZZIIaI.a -Vtsoirfstle, .' it
Lay these homely words to heart. BUCHUPermanently 101. JJI 01M-lWf sod,NP sasy tcra. to dose all aIIW.1 .
BaySU. 101 : ... .. t .. .
.' 11 '
, Let it ;
.. Follow not the giddy throng? pass> cures all Disea es ofthe iSl id-JACKSOwuLa,*LA- ...J* 101"loi .....: (' :R E: Ei.A'' : :'E' ';.S"-"P"'AAT''U': : : -: -i. b A WiWi rnrt g of lots sf sacs or sarkt.(Iasd gardener.one mite Price nortbea"7.SO of per the acre.city near tho Moncrief. sl.nond,< Will WtauJ

L Butler to be wivaged than wrong; 101 4 101 I t rr .? !;' ;' '. .
A : Therefore king this cheery song *., '. LADDER KIDNEYS. AND DROPS 101. .. '. 1111 .. OF;AtC 'KINDS.'II I Several bocee*aid Joc.'wdicil.! \ lie'city of Jadisonrule. :

.. ." : CAL SWELLINGS 101 101 .' ... : "
Let ; 1. "I. .u-iiu; ; ; 'f :" iriiJy'aPtJJ
:.e. it pass I It" 101 % 101 Land d (toy; orange cohere for sate"ni 1 parcels. aw)on terms to sort die htyer, f*the nowise
J :; -. ', I.: f I 10\ 101 GENERAL INSURANCE-AGENTS, representing the'" following Icomr tettkmes* ef''Sfrmf Utfd*.,''".ToMa cowity> adjoinwg.Uw Sc John river. Several forge Orup Crore
Existing in men, women and children, 101 101 already well established. ., /\ *
t -
REMEMBER THIS.-.One thousand 010101010D. fc:D 0101010101 panies S ..'. : ,. ',I ... -- i -' r i ; i i'' : -t 5; ; .: "> .

J Iol000000000000000000000l01lOloo .' FRANKLIN, OF PHILADELPHIA. WUfc. ewabi' rf-as e..cvvu. .' Several piece*of tand o*"Fmithnd Peniasah," between Lake Georp and Rmn's Laltc-desirably localof
shingleslairl four N IO ; ,
: inthtrto the
weather AGE '
. DAVIS &:D rw, colOllololooc000ooooooooooooooolOl '' L A for Oraage Groves :and Residence--for cm reasonable! temsv .
will ,
l cover hundred '
A one square feet of 101 lOloooo.FVRMITCIIB oooolOl .. : } '" t. 30 one- crc building i ; tots,welt,located:: ;coe'irnte Crora the city,at $ o'to jioo each.payafcfcin; ; moaitfylaitai'i
Prof. Steel YORK .
surfaceaudpcundsofshjng1enaj1s says : "One bottle of Kearn:) Fluid I 101 lOlooooooonoooaaoooaoooolOl. S7.000.000V' menu off 5 to 110. iAbo i- :- : -
; t E tract Buchu is. worth more than all other '' .
'1 Buchus I 101 lOlooo WAKEHOVSBooolOl
will PENN.
fasten them ;
' i on. One-fifth more combined 101 lOloaooooooooioooooooooolOl I '. .. .a wfcfy of farms and tract rf Iturf weD IoaleJ aJong dW : t.John" rfWrand m other parts of iW

:.. ... ; siding and flooring is needed than thefl Price One Dollar per Bottle or. Six Bottles for Five 101 101 1010101010 101 V&101'D0 101010101. 101 LOANING1' :' MONEY'. 'ON. REAL. ESTATE AND CONVEYANCING. lA ilCacq! i. '. i' -- :- 9-30'
number of ,
:} i square feet of surface to ?ltars. 101 iui 101 10: SPECIALTY.We -S S ,. II: 't. '1.11 '.. -
be covered.becatise 101 101 101 101
,: of the lap in the DEPOT,.104. DUANE ST.. NEW YORK. 101 101 101 101 give below a few of the many choice places for sale by us :' THE SINGER MANUFACTURING COI ANY'S CELEBRATED
siding and the :
matching the floor 101 101 101 101
1 : ., 1,000 lath will cover of A Physician in attendance to'answer correspondence __.101 101 _.101 101 No. 73: Two-s ory house: on Ashley street near St.James No. toj. Duntawtdn Plantation i 'Halifax river, -: .- '
4 70 yards sur- and give advice gratis. 101 : 101 Hotel pleasantly situated. In one of the best seven miles, north of Mosquito inlet at Port Orange; : ; : :
.., face, and ii pounds of lath nails will 101 101 neighborhoods in the city. house Is new,with six rooms 1,100 acreS, r,ISO acres"rich hammock, lying one ine;! i : : SILKTWIST :
j. -:. : nail them S 101 101 plenty of closets and good servant's room; lot $2Mx from river i 50 acres high;shell land immediately ., -
on. Eight bushels of good 5SEND STAMP FOR rAMFHLETS. PKBH.'Ct '.' 101 101 tos feet, good fence, good sidewalk and the street the river bank. having. trout of about one fourth mile; .
p t3 lime 16 bushels _101 101 shelled: grapes in bearing; a fine lot of with large. ( hone' .Ia. necrly '
: of sand and one -- young orange 'tWo-slory. rame /; rooms : Th.cb';; ia y't having f ill fblT al Wewarl,New SILK
trees; flowers and shade trees growing thriftily; good finished ; house commands view of tile) river and ocean operarw! Jcrtry,* largest WORKS M Ae
;. -- bushel olbair will make enough good wen with pump on back porch. which is covered with and "is' surrounded withlare. bearing:orange trees. world propose jofarnish a.superior article cSk Twb -- -

J. IV : ;.,. mortar to plaster TO THE flowering vines..Will be sold cheap.' some 75 to zoo In Dumber; good well and a cistern .. :
100 -
square yards. that holds itoo gallons. In yard thoroughly ditched AT cRETL-YREDUCED PRICES.
N. B. To capitalists "desiring a big thing *there ; .
A cord of stone, three bushels of lime, THE FINEST AND BEST a fine opening in Springfield; a few thousand dollars and drained; canal from mnar-btni&c.running to the .. -
and a cubic yard of sand will N E'RVOUS AND DEBILITATED SELECT.of ifi go great way just now. For particulars enquire river (fur transportation of crop; Immense quantities of r For the convenience i of the: public,this ftlJwatdTw i 4-
lay 100 ED IN THE Norton & Kooker: corner Ocean and Bay streets.wild orange me* on the place t the soil similai'to the :
: cubic feet -of best'sugar lands of Cuba, which It is fully equal SPOOLS
wall. Five courses of No. 74. A HANDSOME RESIDENCE FOR SAL..-Six limestone is of ; PUT UP ON OF DIFFERENT SIZES,.
'abundant. This is the
Ii. ; brick will OF BOTH SEXES. S large rooms and kitchen double bay window on the place really one .. .
lay foot
one in height on a choicest places in Florida, and was known as such before -- ; .. ,'
west,large double parlor, double piaiia'on the south, S ; o1fe'o 'J'
r1ii'friect ?
1ii the war. alItJ''being the re&j. Jpoc Jhi roattibe*
chimney, six bricks in a course will MO CHARGE FOR ADVICE AND CONSUL commanding one of the finest views in Jacksonville: .. .. .
'L .: make a flue four inches wide TATION.DR. Parlor RICH. PLAIN d amber window* filled with four lights 4o-incb glass and Dung! N.'B. 'Do 'you want a snug Winter home with :1. FROM FIFTY YARDS' '
. .. Suit*. Suits with cords and weights on pulleys and reaching to the orange: trees and Bowers, in fr'IOVId.You can gets : ;, UP/WA.RpS.. .
'f twelve inch s long, and eight bricks Jarlor r.nd" Chamber floor with blinds: all casings are finished with mould. a beautiful lot,. 70x156 feet. In Springfield high anding I -
The above twUt maaufectured for the of all kinds of sewing; machines and
: in J. B. DVOTT. graduate of Jefferson Medica Suits. Suits.SUBSTANTIAL and oiled and varnished making a beautiful finish: healthfuland within ten minutes walk ot the post-office, unequMed U especially uooe ageou
a course will make a flue eight C College, Philadelphia author of several valuable works, P arlor ChnpberSUits. ceilings high walls hard.tinbhed..opea stairs double, on which to make it, for $25. For particulars\ .enquire: for different machine through the country are using this twist in large! quantities and asi

: : inches wide and sixteen inches long. can be consulted on all diseases: of the Sexual ar Urinary Suits glass front doors mortice lock on every door In house; of Norton & Kooker. ::1 i: ;, .

., t Irgans (which he has mode an especial' study) arlor Chamber china closet, store-room plcntyofc1oihciprcsses.hath. ---I,. j SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS. :
.. r either In male or female no matter from what Suits. FURNITURE. Suits room; hip roof, with cupola from which\ charming No.119. 'A tractof: 84 acres f to acres cleared ham.view :
;t1 jioating or of how long standing.! A practice cause of or- is to be had ofthe city. the river and surrounding lI'ockland: fine front on St.John's river;two miles west; are orctoihc. .,tmde.j ,all.those, aboue'to purchase will do well to sand for'our price... Cst.. .
: Odds 34 f 'I
and Ends. y ears enables him to treat diseases with success. Cures country ; three lots, making 157x209 feet; good well : i (acksonvl le. "This Is one ofthe most desirable river
.v. young shade trees started; half a mile from postollice.ro in the vicinity of Jacksonville.: W ijL be divided ,
uaranteed. Charges: reasonable. Those at a distancecan I
Many experiments have been tried I For sale at a bargain. if desired.No.146..
forward letter describing symptoms and enclosing H I II

t in France to test the. effects of cold I tamp to pay po5tage. We are prepared to offer our -stock at No. 96. A large, two-story house with ten large Six acres on Arlington river, adjoinfng throoms II I I SHE: "SINGER"
; thoroughly built,and finished in fim.ratetylc Florida Home. containing the old vineyard. ,For sale
on railway axes. Many engineers Send for the CaW with fruit trees and flowers pleasantly located within .. -4
; suppose that accidents ; ; a .1: at! '
to wheels do five minutes walk of the railroad depot. Price'lo.ooo; No. 147. METROPOLITAN; HoTCL.-This hotel U
: not result from any diminution of B. J. DYOTT, M. D., |4,5oo down,balance on long time desired. centrally located: built of the beat French brick,and I i.I :"d' .
fi tclasa.bOlh. C in For and
1'a every respect. prices
I tenacity of the metal, but merely from Physician and Surgeon: 104 Duane St, N. Y. -::0DAVIS :- No. 90. 400 acres in Orange county; one mile muu terms a"ply'toNortOA & Kooker. :: ,. '

b. its losing all its elasticity owing to the Mclonviile. Price |5 per acre. ',:. "' 1. -.,.i'e:: 1. \ .'.... S

.: frost hardening the surface ofthe earth. ONSUMPTION CURED.T.theEditor.MeNew&tith < & DREW Call on or write to u",and state your wants: .. ., ';. .; ,4. I.,' 1 .4_' --- -t--'

FLA.. :. .
\ be .
can adduced I -4 i1 j.'i
\ty .
f as a. ..; 1' _
< : < '-1, A?'1 Visitors" always welcome. Latest papers on file.. t-ig ll1' ". .
i S 7 5Lr
; t J'4 strong argument in favor of that theory i .: DEALERS IN .. j'1$1 ,t f/ :', .'*t +.. )j'
E '
was observed by the inhabitants ESTEEMED FKIEND: ". ..
Ic !;. Montmartre I Will you please inform your readers that I have apositive kinds A. O. HUSSEY., "- ,.. ., : JNo".W..HOWEU.I .1 iajV; ( Kl l, j: ; S !" ,
during the last period of ; FURNITURE.. CARPETS, : r- fS -. .:-:

I frost. The passage: of the trains : CURE FOR CONSUMPTION MATTRESSES, WHITE PINE. WALNUT :- : '.; 1 I I' .- .

: .. which run so frequently through the and all disorders of the Throat and Lungs,and that.by and CEDAR LUMBER etc. HUSSEY & HOWELL "J"I I .r'4if .! .. t-e.-:77. "S.'t% S .. 'v. ;
I ts use in practice I have cured hundreds of ". -
? Batignollcs tunnel', at a distance of -nd will give my cases, .. '. p "I\'I'nt' ; .

t ; half a mile, was heard by them day: $ JACKSONVILLE. FLCOFFINSANDUNDERAKERS. .. WHOLFSALE-AND RETAIL DEALERS. ',1] ,;;;! :, -1t. 1 ;. : -: ._ aii.a.uw .: aIvJ*, :'
and ;-
night, which is the l ,; !
never case in f or a case It will not benefit I Indeed ',/1 ,, : -
j t so strong is my :
,. 1 ordinary circumstances. As soon as fi aith. I will send a. SAMPLE., 'REE.to any sufferer __ -- BOOTS SHOES: : ; "i /f. -
the thaw sets in the trains cease to c: addressing Please show me.this letter toany one you may know who ETALL1C p AGAIN TEITJMPHANT.

be heard earth i suffering from these diseases and oblige M FINIJIN'GS.
I i j.Joe, having resumed Faithfully Yours BURIAL CASES, LEATHER: & ; ; : '
its '
'IA former elasticity the sounds ,
were -
DR. T. F. '
BURT. AND ... "'
., dissipated> as before. It has been 133,254 MAJORITY. ", .
"76ni 69 William St., Nno York.. WOOD COFFINS '
., observed by French railway A complete assortment of New York, and Philadelphia fine :
engineersthat Fine Cassimcre Shirts.uylikh aud durable; at Bucky's _
thaws: are apt to lead to the I I Goods always, on hand; ;. : STATISTICS. OF'SWORN' SALES$ FOR; 1873 :
4 .
breaking of axles and chains. FITS CURED FREE Sole agents in Jacksonville for Samuel Dunbar & Co.'s 'J' ..
: '
.. Companies.- ,- Sold :in 1873. Companies. Sold in 1873.

The Milwaukee Vfttv insist' that Any person suffering from the above disease! is requested ..- & :Misses' ,and ,Chil ren's Fine Shoes. ",' THE SINGER......_ -- ___. Ip..44 American. B. H......._o.-___ 14,181.

At : Albani is no other that Emma Abbott address D,. PIli C...nd a trial bottle of medicine "', ; Goods mail all : w1 ee'r &'Wilson ..-:.._?_-.-:!. 11! .I80 B & Huwe......... ...: .. ..-_ 13.11
fl Miss p will be forwarded by Express, -, sent by or expressto parts .of the State. ". Domestic__ ,,..). .. '., '
Kellogg's fortege.' Albani i is : ; 5--: ; ..; ? 4 14 Remington Empire_-...._--- 9",1,

I Emma C/La Jeuness born in Oana FREE I Grover. Baker- -- 86.179 Flre...n. 2.!)*'
Street Laura .
.. da The only lhe. which OF ALL SIZES AND QUALITIES. Jay near Jacksonville. ffo. SVee4 ..-_______ Davis_____ ;,: 1.161
of French parents. She Jived' cost being ExprecS: charges, ow. _-.4 .' -Jj J \\\t '__ < i ._, >i 2'.7
'. at: Ine; to my large business are small.Jr. : \Vlln'_.__. ___. ..._ Victor _____- 7,446
7 Albany, N. V., till she went abroad Price has made the treatment of LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S ROBES. A'MM'O'TH''JAPANESE ; ...: I' .. ..... 5.L_.:_ : No returns' Bices'. ?_?____ ___ .,

:i-j ;,: 1 She was never "west of Buffalo until FITS OR EPILEPSY EMBALMING DONE WHEN REQUIRED.ALSO OILLIARD. SALOON. -I.i !M :, :, : Cold MecUl .___.:-_ 56.435 Sr .._.__.____: 3.4

ij_ this winter. Emma J_, Wilcox BrsmcsdorC.-. ,
Abbott \' J. s.SSt .iEzna.-J. K.
&Gib .r.
ana. : .
r\ 3.o
a study for years and he will warrant a cure by the (The Largest south Washington., ) SEED 'CORN; 1 .
.. I tive of Illinois ; at Dr. use of his! remedy. MARBLE AND MARBLEIZED .
sang Ch1pin'schurch
; .
L. Do not fail to send to him furatrial bottle it costs: BAY STREET, OPPOSITE POSt OFFICE. \ f 'j ft : '. MACHINE
New ; "Conquering blew ii< the earth \ \ OUR EW FAMILY
: >
.I.Li. ,A York, until three years nothing and he SLATE MANTELS. And !bidding Defiance poverty to gaunt g }'amineaDd: Death.I. I I' t. .<.'.'. .. ., ,

: ago, when sne "ent to Milan Italy WILL CURE YOU.no SLATE HEARTHS, &c., ItJ5 j Q VX tartittt Juaviett. J '
) Ill Mun&tt am matt frolift Embodies New and Essential P.lndples-Siaplidty ofColtciD Fji 1' to study riinsic. She is there of how be MANUFACTURED TO ORDER il-bA-- .-2.e Z variety of corn ei'ert'r.w tn Amtriia." .- "'. Action Speed Capacity! Range Variety Fine or Coarse .
still I, matter long standing your case may or .. V .' any. ; or Work. .. .. .. .
.: : f : .: but makes how-many other remedies may have rance!.. 'i !S < This Is the lcstbnoqyof4M.papen! published; ,,' > ,LEAVINGALLRVALSBEIIINDIT. "
her AND
( jl.London !I. '
in May Circulars and testimonials sent,with 1<:' different SIa\es.to whom we sent small sample packages I :! -
: i under Maplesous .. Z en lastyear to test k.- ).J. .;; '
.: '. management.. FREE TRtAL BOTTLE. CALVIN.. OAK, : ).c'..!II :u: o.1l-c, ..;-. The Timit. HuntsviUeTcxas.says. ; "Wehave TEST THE SINGER'iBEFORE. PURCHASING ANY 'OTHER..
1 Forsytb Street between Laura and Hogans seen a specimen stalE of this corn which had twentysixand ;.
i Visi'or,5to, twj6-to Jacksonville. Florida. I, I -!: ,-Je'"Q, ,. ., .
Pennsylvania I Be
to well f.
graveyards particular give your Express as as-yo. UT .... s. rrccanfully.mawrcd. !. '. '. I '
; can get all the i information Post-ofiice direction and I 51' ] en "'" ::> S S : .Jt'su ;uscs' nfl aniiclpaiions. is just the: 1. TERMiJ EASY-PAYMENTS. LIGHT.Besides'the" ..
p, ; they want. Address, ,, lJIit1 < ;: a. artide'necdcd In thisdo.ntt"-Tha.. .Natchitoches: .. : -
Here i is-a quotatiOn from a Pcnnsylva DR. CHAS. T.' PRICE. -A NEW LOAN I .I_ f Aa MISS.T "It I 1 is superior to any other variety."'-Jour mat,
s7iy tt William:Street New York. 1 i.4 if t.) .. 'U, CorningN' Y. fit will le 'a valuable I we' ;
.L acquisition
nia tombstone: "John L./'W11Sdn'' ii'l-$ -J. .. .: WORLD'S.FAVORITE.. .. keeP constantly on aalalewpptJ.r" .., ,
S !!! J..J. agricultural products the ,Catettt ,.. .
.4 = country. , t '
wife tof k.sick on the November Beautiful' Silk Scarfc.in variety of color;at BUCKY'S: : ON A NEW. PLAN.. Ii l-: Ii I ;' Sulphur Spring.' Texas! -This corn' can' be sown the f : ; A
I isth :r .. .. -U IFI? r .0. ': ," ,1.... latter!part.pf,July,and ripen bdw ,fOlt.-J.-dts. CLRK'SO.N.TSPLCOTTON.f.pfort.eDt.6vecents, .. '.
; with a chill! her sickness had been ... !I I u4. IW >- Wa1'5aw.1., 11 is highly ffiomm nded : : canssup-.afl asea and coon. .
: A. DZIALYNSKI Invest your moneyat home ia the J fig,,: Q 45: J!WZ :. o. : by those'who 1R TIT tt
: TyjORRIS i !
dropsyrid'lung,; fever or the consum >- 1 I< 8 B:* ; "'*" i, '- OTi s; have this tried& -0A Ktfotitoryx of ''We have noticed : ACME.MACHINE.TWISZtOOYSZ4 spool*,'*t is eentt;'50 yardool ;;J for*S eents-'
.. : tion Died June; 4 1872.her age is 71 FIRST MORTGAGE i A.ND'GRANT ,-I 11.1 i 1'1 0,''.< -jj :> f>- 'S.. Moulton corn,highly Ala ;Vlt spoken wilt yield by;in our prcMr-Aliwrli climate two Crops:, f ..SINGER' .LINEN! AND. !.FLAX _TH ED.OU..NEELE, &C.: ', ac!;. :-

AUCTIONEER: (If. Q i o. .!! *,-ytV."-Adrtrt4ier. Hutropt. Texas. "It can be .. ''i :
9m'os & : 1 :
her : = I.
years 4 days )'ounge.tbrother in 4' ;; --- '
5'g successfully grown -Mmtrtaf'Wor'id: ; :
.: J. had to handle her for month AND ; ;'-' PREMIUM BONDS., f'iI' I.. "ItU peculiarly adapted to the abort se.%ons of,the -'C" : ..
+ 7 i r -::'S1 3: ... ., North.'%-Rev. 7. Long Keokuk. Iowa. ""It is 'just f : ManiafactiLiihg o :. :
& days and I >l :22.-* "' tJ ; he'g "T'I. .
24 nights. : .NOWOffcTTCJrI1CbyIbC| i : the thing for our swamp la u I
: "" .en" ;W S'-Ol.;: ..<.> ,Florida.' % "-
The.widow,:of the late Commander c'nb.. 'till iid! Q' -c g .8 fjVe hate; -the above!testimony Un'file i in our'office, ,' ,'" .ta' ; ST., SAVAAHA' _:_. .. I : -
haVsent 45-AD kinds of merchandise receivedon GREAT SOUTHERN RAILWAY .. ,'" and Cushing by to Alfret consign 0 ; C." : '
express ment an<} sold at auction or private sale. 4. 'tzJ. 11 jf ftZ. It will produce from Jo to TOO" bushels ol'tlUlleJ corn 110 I' ,1 -" J f'LU.GHMatr. )

Iverson, or Georgia! a sword? ,that *.. ... [Consolidated] < m.1<.t .... to the-I'II1ftI'acre gI''($anfsou'fropFUUa aItI! : ,?tiftJi lfM"' to,9regoW. ,/ W. FRAZIER, Agent, i ,:

was presented to tint"gentleman of entrusted ""' .' : The important point of.superiority claimed for Oils ,. ., FLORIDA.! d! ;. ','t f. '. i
by Efrcry description goods to me tot sale Every bond when redeemed will receive a premiumin 43m '... B.TOGNIProprietor.. < : -frnitJAClSNILLE.
citizens of Columbus willbcdiaposcdou corn over other varieties,and which ;are fully sustained .'
Ga. when l hi place interest,according to the plan
redemption, -
the of '
I : :: 4 by voluntary statements farmers*ho raised from

was a lieutenant of United-States ca V. BEST FIGURE POSSIBLE Ln1onetsoffrom AND FEED STABLES seed" got of ip last year, are these:: .. ,,v .. ; .,: Ju j ; i ESTABLISHED. 1868. : .
LIVF.RySALE ;ist. This corn will yield from twice to three times as

airy before the rebellion, but which $1:00: to $25.oooor $50.000 ., 'I I j I many bushels to''the acTon the.same soil ac4)With.the : 4 ;. : _..k t .. uT
had been captured daring the conflict to the owner, and prompt and accurate returns made. I same culture. "
J f-# I ,and. The.'.corn. is;heavier.:In weight l bass larger: l 'A" .
by Commander Cbshin}; 'in''one df PALMETTO BLOC Onucbond.Bo4i )longer ear and,thinner hw.k. and makes corn meal for, :: : 4.. ', : -
his raids. family use'sweeter and 'more":nutritions'and valuable

_'''7..wm Jacksonville. *. redeemable by allotment.!! Six allotments oft I Sat feeding Mock.,;. f, .. ,., I .0 .SUCCESSORTO( -JiH. CROWEUA' '- :'J'i lt %,:? .
I t ,- t bnd*. Six distributions of premiums in 1875 ird. lie stalks gr6W more vigorous and healthy'and ; ..
-t Young America is quite forward: Gentlemen's underwear at BUCKY'S. Apply to -, sUffidCnd7.sttOmgt0prcdUCe.frUZ3" to yt w 4. t .' EMIL HAAS ft CO., .
"I'll put a head on you," said a little! T \EPOT' LUMBER YARD. .- Financial Agents 4th. Th '.taIb, bear more lIap"bd better, far I ...I4sh.t.;; .,!: : ;-b -. -..- P - ;p .

*5 71 BmsdwayNew York City feeding ', .'
gamin toXcompan.i'qo."You:: it I. .f. .J' .".. .
; ; -
try HARVEY GRANGER Gent Agent.. sta. That It win grow and foducestathoon ;? ,1 \ Vi. r' -
was the r youmother's BUILDERS. ,J; L. EDWAR DS. Agent .The best and most stylishlivery ttaau in the dry 6th. It 'earfier and hint ';41 Ill. f ( i"
i .Office Mather & Little's Bookstore/Jacksonville can be found at the Stable of the undersigned, the ripens liable to be caught by ::
niopkeywilj? ? t be, a cherub in : near host '. '' A }
I IWILl. ; c. 1 t.1 '
; : \ I .
less than ten secondA ,.*', runt A i-o tf Florida Horses Home boarded corner and of well Cedar cared and for Forsyth fCIOtJabie"S'"e Streets. 7th. Tobecut green ..nd'd' rtceng.isisfift i I .<.,
.. percent. better than &nJothcr'nrietJor: .'' :i I:: '': : ,.
.FULL ASSORTMENT OR ST. AUGUSTINE. -j. Our Corn has all been selected with the 'dJ,1 .
; : greatest care, .
F teamsfor ,
/- Vcrrt&ht L 'farmer stroked. his gray haulipg. purposes. .* "W.U.AVERY.JacksonvilleFla..M3730d74. always on hand.." the small end of every'car'broken*off, the balance ; Jtt ..

locks and sadly remarked: "I didn'treatly DRESSED AND UNDRESSED LUMBER, THE SCHOONER tf. shelled by hand. ,'j': ,,, ; .j,
how '
old and .r"
feeble ,
I .
was PINE SHINGLES, .The increased yield'per'acre -m'th old varieties .' ) ;1J"

I, r until I went to licit Jemes this morn Magnolia W ILCPX'.S- will pay for the.seed so times over; beside'every: :- '1 "j" ; '. :'... s .. :;.. '
lI CHF.AP FOR CASH AT farmer that plants this year will have large demand DER.IN
ing. 's' .. .
only? seventeen, but I u for seed atgoodprices,'" ? ?- /,,. .; '1 -
+ k4 couldn't make him u Will make regular trips FRUIT AND VEGETABLESTORE This Corn was produced by :
;. 1ioller, THE DEPOT LUMBER YARD. '. some procured by our !:BO'TRQ ES' LEATHER
between Jacksonville I at Consular Arcnr1i laid1 to have its origin in Japan.TERMS. .' ,

i: Lumber% delivered la all of _ St. Augustine On BAY STREET near,WASHINGTON. JL' ; ,, .;, : : ,
The last way: enamelling ladies i parts the city and vicinity i ,' --: .- : i : iIlfl. I. ::':Ilfh : ::1. I : i : rl. 5
.Is and at all Landings oo the river, at .lowala.1 All or Freights at low ratrs .
1 T' by hypodermic injections of arscnl ders receive pI'OmpuuaapOll. ; '- For freight,or passag Families supplied at regular market rates'. .. I. 1'.By mail post-paid.;"JLOO per pound,put'up ta Mat : : NP-FINDINGS.: :.1:'. T ,
4. LOUIS'J. BRUSH'7.clsi""ill" : packages; 15 packages for(so packages for. : : : :
t 50 ; ,
-, ; dissolved in.t t water. It' causes ,Martn 6. IB7FOR ,. apply, to &.WHITLOCK, '. fAlso,1 too packages iJr|vn '.Elegant. Chromos,11x14inches' L ; '. .' .:,. L.1_ l.t. i !I- 1., ..! .,'1. :,.' J'. '.

4.t paralysis ; but, no matter, jt does ii he ;Jackion..Wc..F1a., -',' I less together than with, a stalk. ...of.:IAYAJMBB* COKN. ',." having' 5- no- !" '. ,.. :. .. .' -i- .' ... :-i t." /'J, ':J""-;'::? : '
business. I'r ,.S'ALE'' '.. j-6tf Or to .JAMES Augustie COSS.. v,""'Hand' )Boots'1.] )i.,U\\ !4A j.P ,.:-J $t oo

I Two of the children of the old A half Interest In.one. of the most flourishing and proORANGE.GRQYES ( For the accommodation up-town customers. I.:' :oNIr- Mears'1 :' ''J'.'": .-uj. .1'o.1'p'! ; '-. ''-''il'OOPhiladelphiaand

: negro who was the original of Mrs. duc&lve Trunks and valises at Duck'a.ORSALE GAME A.ND .D/RESSED/ : f some will be of sent them free measuring of charge re.when,nd id..dndta! packages In length of, Baltirnbre"1. '1": i .(n'l' (d' L ,. '." 'J 000'' .
Stowe's: uU 'c1e' Tom" are living in ". I I corn; are ordered at one-tkne: >. 13. .? pore. r--. '' Vienna Medal tabreewed 'llli"1. "liT.I '! '>(n :*. .J. i8; 5o-T- .:
I t.'j"I
; I la East Florida. For panicukrs apply l at this office: CHICKENS. Some of our Agents ta whom-. we have sent sample .
Indianapolis. Moses Magrudux t : ; Perci\-arsStamp 1 ; : VnSs3"1 : 18 o'- '
coldest I i-i3 ni ----_. stalks,are to-day making over FIFTY DOLLARS A ngrs.1 1. -

: IS't'o4.1e rs old."TM .. il Acres of Land I Comer Lots. la Brooklyn. la-I. 3D .. . -. .. DAY shewingjtttlks and taking orders f9r tile con. ,. :. 'Burl & Mears-i'i'i''. ..-' .s- ", >,.-;:. ,':. .I'W>i tt';i -.,::' 850"' '
( Also fot Let fit Lease ; 'r H" 5000 AGENTS WANTED, No Seed sent out '

: U i', ,",'"''" : :' M ASON -. :.. nu '.J A VALUABLE CITY LOT. A .,J..WAKEFIELD-.:: C. O. D.' 'Tuns CASH. ..n! .i.j ,-. u. ---- ". Phiadelnhia. ,-. :t..' '. :i ,. .-:.. ,..n'.J',. ,:i ..-'-:-.i'->. '..74O0.r
Registered letters are at our risk Our terms an aD >
: : : t : 'r. '6IJNSON, llOMaXPATth; SOWMONWDGEO.-2O.. 60 feet by oo. Corner Julia and Fonyth streets; : .' ,. ', 'H."S' t UOV ri l.. ,.'. S, the tame to Gft acn. Odd Fellows*and conmura folk ; 1 "Yienal dal.cablese\edlib :. : .i"I' "i '- ,M-; :,- ..6.S0. :'i ..
Address cash orders .
to :
Forpan.cuiarstnqulrsof ; '" E.'cusTAvtfe- -!- .)1 1S '.J ; S ," 'J,' I-. '..(j '". '. : .-
'Regular meetings first and third. Wednesday iaeaca1 .C. C. COLLINS.Witschcn's From the of Adams and Laura streets' the & ca.: '
1iia removed lit''office to Mitchell's month. Block corner to ;. p"j lwi"l' ; : ", ., SENT .B r X ?? -y --
A Brick- House oppostk the,Ocean. Street, PresbyterianChurch. } Nrbi7. ... .1.1i .: ..".J.Q".p Al .qCJ h:1 'i t
north side cfJ Wreet,between .t ; CEO. W. To aQ of the & .
jr -i( 1. JONES W. M.1: OrJ.JROHR"; i .. 4 'I { parts I
; nearly., cffOkttt'. U* Poet O&ce. CHAS. C. ELLIOTT, Srcmaiy. 1"9'tT At Grand KsUooal Hotel. '*1-0301. 'JAcIoNvIi1z._FLi .,.,.-14 *m* ,10 '-. -'CL WisUflgton i J''il..u--J County,V AT>THE OLD S..Nlt OR S.Y cO 51?JACK01Yd.:f" .:" 1.kre'J ..-'


". I '"
-5-- -
5- -