The new South
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Title: The new South
Uniform Title: New South (Jacksonville, Fla. 1874 Semiweekly)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 61 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Adams, Carruth & Co.
Place of Publication: Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: March 24, 1875
Frequency: semiweekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in Apr. 1874; ceased in 1875?
General Note: "Wise men accept the inevitable, but strive to shape the future."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 33 (July 15, 1874).
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lccn - sn 85038367
System ID: UF00079941:00057
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VOL. III. JACKSONVILLE: FLORIDA.. WEDNESDAY. MORNING, MARCH' : 24. ,1875.: ,' ,'. ; :: ': : ';.": :. .:: .... ..:NO;' h .' ,.:,

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: 'THE NEW SOUTH. Section 3 of the same act reads as the States, and the constitution' and.. A BOY PAINTER.; -The.Brussels) cor PROFESSIONAL CARDS,, 'fte., V V V''MISCBLiANEOUS' 'i I V STBAMXRS... _

; IVERV"'WEDNESDAY AND follows: V laws of the State of Arkansas. respondent' .of ftxWaGazette: V V

pUSHf.D :SATURDAY.jRMS He it further enacted. That every Sixth. In the Garland constitution I writes': .**A marvelous' exhibition is MEDICINE. SURGERY, MIDWIFERY. &: COXETTER'S

SUBSCRIPTION- person who shall have one-eighth or the oath of office i if changed so as to taking place'at the Ctrclc: Artistique Sl1acsotAjOa V EVERITT. If. D.. Fellow' the BROCK
RoyalCoZkgeofSureons Coronated Doctor of Med
r-"UItLT." mail subscribers, f j.jo per annum more of-negro blood hal1 be deemedand read- Litteraire at Brussels; Some months icine and Philosophy. Lkentiateof Midwifery and C. L, JdATH. .R.- FRANK: E.LITTLE.

S Ftc or man irerv copies cub, 13,00*tell aA fwe: and
will|w sent M maLI subscribers ft per annum. Ten V -These are but few of the many oppressive will support the Constitution of the son, of a torn .merchant ,at Bruges, Louisiana. V V "V* ., *" ,'f CONSOLIDATED RIVER. LINE;

,WIULT.%,'75 each, ; Tentycopies. $t.6o; FiftyVop- and inhuman legislative 'enactment's United States and the constitution. 'of died at the 'age of io$ years. He chierwith Formerly Sir Gruccologist ames V. Simpson.>and Obstetric Baronet of Surgeon4n-England.! i L; MATHER: & O.j. V ,- }
0.'I04o passed by the Legislature the. State' of Arkansas. had always been sickly and was and --ajorolCanlry and Infantry America.! C.t : '" 4 V .J

I ADVERTISING RATES: referred to\ 'and as I havesaid, before, Sir, these important features for therefore not sent to 'school, but al. Author-A of HEW the PHILOSOPHIC Monadic Practice PBACTICB of Mediclnuad that invariably Surgery ISocues V :. .' / ,',"" s- rf /! NEW ARRANGEMENT.V

Jdilttbwquent-"'..&LY'I insertion.-per 50 InA.cents.or lew,first Intenion: attenti n is'.not called to them' at this the loyal 'people of thiscountry to lowed to roam about. His chief life and health from death and the grave. Attested r .,' *-.' j. ; Until further antics the steamers Comprislnf this ...:''

WEEK" 111S per Inch or let*, first Insertion: eachflirtjuent time for the purpose awakening the look at with fear as to the future. 'stability amusement, was to. paint: with such absolutely bv TWENTY cures TEAKS all practice kinds of In disease Europe known and. America.to men.or It / ," ..I ,' win Intermediate leave Jacksonville landings a daily* fellows at 9:a. m. far'Palatka V a4. V-. .
insertion. 75 cenll. old animosities but, to V usual to the more highly.organixed womat:,to whom '
prove conclusively of this Union. rough painting materials as he could < '
especial U devoted and
care the !
I'ne : to removal of all fe. FLOREN :
S.Hr-iaI AW < TBKMS: CASH IN ADVANCE. Letters answered.- and orders: left at the SurgicJ Of Frm Shipyard Wharf Swkiy*.': J
Address ADAMS,CARRUTH 8: CO: it is not because the colored people 1 have done. Take the evidence of I ofwhichaboutt ibo are now exhibited fice respected. Payment .according to mutual agreement .' ; ,. Tuesday,:Wednesday. sad FeWays.7. V +
Jacksonville FloriJa. hate or'dislike the poople who make bad .faith\ made in changing, the oath at the Cercle t werfi discovered since and all moneys honorably returned when no .'. 4 Touching at Railroad. doQ.. V :
good results follow a duc.toune Monadic Treatment' : V :.\r '"
up the democratic of the South of office the put of all his death be .. ANDJACKSONVILLE STARLIGHT
party ; striking provision to productions which Oflicehoursfor.Ladiei.fromioa.ra.toip m.: for Gen.Oemen '.. ; .,.

Speech;of Hon. J, T. Walls, that they areopposing: their accession asserting that the paramount the best landscape painters'pf the 'age framed,lor from Inspcct a to 6 oQ.P.1ft.V All dally.visits Digreevand and communications Diplomas I
(CONCDUDED) to power: again, but it is because, wjth allegiar.ee: the citizen.. is duetoib would not disown.. ,lf.j5rwseU'goodjudgcs"6rari held sacred.. Surgery and Medical Office Nos.6 andy 1 .Booksellers 'd.t I V V Ia4TAys. "V 'n ,. .oc '
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MASONIC HALL,,U a former Inwmnea Cfic (nwi. ..H *'*' .:..11 ; 'V
make the undisputed-:hisi of that Federal Government ""the" > arieTastdnisKecl ; : HA1TIE .
Tbey.had..the bpportunity to ry party ; "striking ,that an : Bay corner of Laura street. Residence Wanrly I .. ; ; .
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the colored people their politicalfriends before them, we have no guarantee out all provlsions'thatassert' that 'ho untutored child V should have V equaled. House.F rida.corner of Cedar; and Forsyth.IS..Jacksonville '." From Shipyard Wharf_Sd.-U/ : : ;i .
by assuring'them Ify) constitu that! that party will, not enact laws power exists in the, people to dissolve and even.surpassed of the most : Z.30tfi : V and.Saturday.loachla dock.; cc RV&iilS&1') V

tional and legislative enactments agajrr equally oppressive, inhuman', their compact with the. Federal! Gov celebrated masters. In all those of :i\JRS. F. M. MURRAY; FLORIDA, r THROUGH. BOATS ', '*"

that tbey would be protected in their and tyrannical. V ernment ; the striking out of a pro- the pictures ,where there is a river: a ;:1 "VV For Enterprise and Intermediate f .... V

freedom and that the right of suffrage This kind of legislation by the democratic vision denyingtherightofVseccssion: '; little boy is introduced the act of PHYSICIAN AND .SURGEON.' .t V STARLIGHT. ,. from Railroad; wharf landIngs.. Monday: *'.and'Thursdays. I V V

and the right :''; V

affairs was as secure to them ; alone to Florida ;' it extended all over that.the Federal Governmentis deceased. Large sums have already THE"LUNGS.; AND,COMMODIOUS' ,STORE. ON, HATTIE"from,Shipyard',wharf" c@"'Tuada.,* as4 V V V
the whites There would the South. Now Jask is :it reasonable clothed with to maintain its been offered, for the collection but Saturdays. :
it was to power V '
leav ,,
RooM5-MITCHU..NIIW Patatka
as BVILDINC, .\" Returning, dairy (Sa dan cxcepud)?
have been no real cause to suspect to. suppose"that'a people having existence by 'force'of arms the striking refused.! Bay street',Jacksonville, Fla. BAY STREET, ,NEAR: LAURA and Enterprise on Monday"" Tuesday TtMindafe",..**,* V'

them, if they would have only abstained been held ,as goods and chattels for out of a provision prohibiting the OFFICE HOCBS-O. ii xC ...,'a tb 4..p, .,., Rooms t..' and Felghts-Friday received mornUg daily'.at: their! rapJctlvc ..warsbouses V"J V
under their two' hundred and forty-seven Legislature .-front for 8,9kEIdlO. 313301.T17M. ." .
from enacting years compensating RAILROADS.. ,, V V WHERE WILL BE FOUND V. V' V J BROCK .1 V t

policy reconstruction in 1865 such would rush headlong .Into the'beautiful emancipatedslaves ; the striking out .-& ARTHUR A. BIRNEV, :t V, AgentHattiesndP'1oeeac.C.M.DAVIS. .. V

oppressive laws, laws that will ever glittering generalities of the democratic of provision' prohibiting'Legila"-. NVILI.E, ''PENSACdI.A.'ANMOBILE V V .: : :: .ji-iS V Agent Starlight. ? :

stand as an index as to what they will platforms and elevate, themto ture from paying any debt or liabilities JACKS RAILROAD,CO. ATTORNEYS. V A LARGER' ASSORTMENT: ,_ ,' '

do if they should again obtain controlof power, ,when moment's: .research incurred in support of. the rebellion! GEMFKAL t SvputiNTKNDKirr's OFFICE,) NO' "' i 'V V 14' I-' !;; F\VYOR AND:. :'..itFERNANDINA : ''V

this Government, laws that would into the history of that party 'would and let an enlightened, lOYal l. ':public TALLAHASSEE December 19,1874./ .STREET.: : :) .530 .:, V". FSTATIONERS'. V '1

reveal the' fact that'' it 'and is the On and after SUNDAY DEC 20. 1874. ,_ "' V :" : SUPPLIES "' '
virtually reinstate slavery in a different Was opinion decide what these things prove. ger trains on th'u road wiU run as follows: WASHINGTON CITY : ; ;
continued in force the avowed of that to As I have said I V V '
form, that purpose party am not one pf DAY PASSENGER D ny. Sundays ezccpted.A. V V .' V :'
whipping-post and the pillory. It is ignore reconstruction and cling to those who believe that the. people of A. : J'N.. }BETTES, ', _. V,STEAMSHIP. t ..Ii;; V

in opinion to their old State rig-hts'ideas.' Sir, daily Arkansas have acquiesced in the adoption Leave.. Jacksonville7.40 Leave.. Savannah8x ; THAN IS TO BE FOUND IN .
eminently proper, my Baldwin._ 8.50 V V Chattahoochee: 6.50 PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON 'I I IV ,. 4V'7V .,i
submit here some of the enactments you hear it loudly 'proclaimed upon of the Garland constitution, nor ".' Lake City-10.50r !' Quincy. __.., 8.30Tallahassee. .-7 V '..,.V : 0-4':
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the Legislature of Florida in this floor by the enemies of this Government do believe that they ever will acquiesce : 10 30 Jacksonville.::'Fla" .
made by Live Oak_is 3$ .. P. ... ANY OTHER, HOUSE .IN FLOR.. ..FERNANDINA.FLA..October, ", ,
that "reconstruction" in the in his usurpation, corruption, Madison._ 1.95 M2diSOfl... '.'5 OFFICE-Opposite Oceaa'House,Cor c, 'O'AdaiiI V : <:\ VV
1865. ". Tallahassee 6.30 Live Oak...... 4.30 and Ocean streets 6-7-6011' IDA. V '- V :''''4
Sir, I do not submit these terrible' South caused by the enfranchisementof outrages; and imparrelleled rascalities. .. Quincy _._._ 8.10 ," Lake CHy_....'o.oo : V V NORTH POINT., J ,-, : V
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facts for the purpose embittering or the wegro "is a failure.," They Sir. I do not belive that to put 'an Arrive" Savannah Chtttahnochee_ 9.13 9.SO'Arrive" Jacksoovile-Baldwin......_ 9.15PM.engen 8.10 W2-: ANNO, .; '. r ; V 'Capu V SMITH... J. "..V V ".,! ..V.'V"., '
impfding:> the progress of the growing go further, and attempt to show that end to the revolutionary and uncon- : AT PRICES COMPETING WITH PRICES V4V
through to St. Marks Mondays .
: can go .
that is fast its reconstruction is a failure in the South stitutional action that has been and and V TTORNEV.AT,LAW I L F. 0'V : H- t"-; V &
good feeling making carried Wednesday Fridays, return Tuesdays,.1 burs- CHAR ED FOR GOODS. OF. THE SAME \ '
appearance among both classes in by calling our attention to the unset- on in Arkansas!a general... uprising days and lurdays.' Office tn Reed'' Block, Biy Street DESCRIPTION, IN NORTHERN' CITIES.: V Capt.RUDOLF;; V r-,{"t1.;,." V .

many sections in the South, but to tIed condition of affairs in that unhappy wilj ensue. V NIGHT EXPRESS. Daily. 7ae/6 *;SJt.FlartJa. CAN ACCOMMODATE FIFTY 'FIRST4

section of But Pass the resolution V p. M. P. .... V .
show beyond successful contradiction our country. they : presented by Leave Jacksonville_ 4.00 Leave. Savannah.._ 4.00 1, CLASS PASSENGERS., ;X-,
the reason why the colored people did sugge3t no remedy for, evils that are Mr. WARD from the Committee on .".. aldwin..__ ,.55 v A.'... oil.A. FATT1SON.- A... MEEK.: : WE INVITE .

and do honor and support those of said so exist, nor do they deny the the Condition of Affairs in the' State Live Lake Oak.City....._iosxA 8.33> "" Live take Oak aty_.;... 3eoArriv& 4.33 I &' V THE ATTENTION V V .f(-V V These steamers sail from and from New Fernandlna York. Pter\ _RillrxlWhartavery' ,North .'

the white race who respect them as fact that it is the whiteleaguersbanded ofArkansas: ; 'put into operation the: .. Savnnaah. .. ,8.50...Arrive" Jacksonville Baldwin._.;. 7.45 tp'ATTISON MEEK, : : V ., V ; River,every Saturday' VV V A V

being human and capable of being as together for the very purpose common schools ; .again restore peaceto Special 9.10 ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW. V. I pV : t er V V 'I.. WEDNESDAY.' ..,) ;";1V 1
NOTK. will
A Train leave Tallahassee Saturdays :
, cultivated, virtuous,: and intelligent a (If overthrowing regularly established all the people of Arkansas: ); assure at'3.40 p. m..arriving at Live: Oak 9.35 p. m., : ., .. ,' { <$ V

people as they are themselves: when State governments by force and the business men of every kind that connecting Live Oak 3 a.with m.,Savaonah arriving at Train.Tallahassee Returmn.at 8.50.leave..m. -Office SeQua's buiJdi c.'Ja, kson..me.F a. : ''.- : : : I For. freight. V or passage apply to ., ',"

endowed with the same rights and ad- fraud. there is stability in the State, 'government ROBERT WAuER.Receiver .' ,:. ., '. I V HE U.GELPCXE.:; Acn'-/ ...:' ; .

vantages. Ah 1 look at poor, suffering Arkan. of Arkansas, and give Garlandten and Genl.Supt. P. JOHNSON., M. D., V i AND THE' PUBLIC GENERALLY() OUR V ..,William*st.New. Y. rk.. -
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Extract taken from thelaws enactedby sas Read the reports of the majority days to retire peacefully to his T. C. SPOONER. Master Transportation.' 5-2 HOMCEOPATHICPHYSICIAN STOCK AND SOLICIT;'TRADE. Or W. J. WOODWARD.KepresentlngCHATER. ,.'
the Legislature! of Florida, which and minority of the committee that home, and you will have no; further NOTICE. AND 'SURGEON.V VV V'V -', ,' V **: & KING' V,Agents, i'(JtHARLESTON -

assembled under the constitution was: appointed and sent to that .State trouble in the South. POST-OFFICE ,. loiioswtf: Fernandina:Florida. ,
order of this House and is is dare to do ARRIVAL Office,in Mitchell's new building north side of Bay
Adopted on the 7th of November, A. by an you All that required AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS. street between Ncwnaa'and Market streets, '

D. 1865-section 12 of an act prescribing will see that her rightfully elected right, ''and every true ,American 'citi- V V AMIVBV CLOSE. opposite the Putt Office. ..1S)9t1W. nearly) AND FLORIDA.V,
Northern and Western daily. 9:00 A. ... 3:00 P. U.An V BUCKY tales the lead In the IaIcSIStCS of Silk and .....
additional penalties for the officers have been forced from the zen, from the pine forests of Maine .extra mail for Uye Oak L.-.COAN ; .. Fur Hals.,, ,v ., ,j,. ,. zz.7tfV STEAM PACKET CO. V" V
of offenses the' which l the of California and all points west. will V ; ;
commission against positions to they were legally to golden shores V V .i
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leave at 7:4) a.'a'. 7:00 A. M. V, ,: ', 1Ii .w. .
State and for other purposes, ap.. elected, none will deny, by force and from the ice-bound steeps,, of Alaska Fernandina and Florida Railroad -, V V JUSTICE OF JHE PEACE : \"t-: J'V .. VV
daily................' 9:00 A. M. '3:00 P. M. '. / : !
1 proved by the governor January 15, fraud ; her fundamental law disregard. to the sunny coast of the Gulf of Saint Augustine apd Palatka ,. AKD V V V CHANGE OF SCHEDULE." ,-:. ; V

IS66 : 'ed, overthrown, and trampled under Mexico, will hail with joy the news Key d/ily.West(bundajrf,arrives exccpted Monday )...-. 4:00 p.M. 8:00 V A.... NO'TAR. y'P u' LtC PRINTING. V "

.llt further enacted. That it shall foot ; murderers, assassins and white- that a new rebellion as been nippedin _) jmju___every_,..,, ,-,. 9:00 A.... V ,' Office in SOLAR YE'S BLOCK QUICKEST: ROUTE TO THE NORTH, '.
pot be lawful for any negro, mulatto, leaguers: (b'ack-leaguers: ) rule supreme the bud and the country saved. .Enterprise closes every Mclunville Thursday-, Sand_. 3'co p.... Corner BAY and PINE streets > :i On and after the igth insL the steamer on this root.

or other person of color to own, use, ; hefTTghtfuI governor compelled Point arrives Tuesday and V TIlE NEW SOUTH will run as follows., .:
.. Saturday..:.-._._._.- 4:30P.M.,' 8:00A.M.Fort I Jacksonville; Fla. THE STEAMER DICTATORSV2,
keep in his under his with his cabinet to leave the ., -
or possession or George. Yellow Bluff and ( !" '

,, control any bowie-lfnife, dirk, sword, State ; her chief judicial officer -Near GREELEY the, crest BENNETT of a,heavily AND RAYMOND wooded and May Friday.port arrives...._luesday__..... 4:00 r. U.leaves ., A.A.. ,KNIGHT. V : :' '): JOB ANDIBOOK PRINTING. Win leave Charleston CATTAXM LEO fOr the VOGEL SI.John rivet Jirtftevery
fire-arms kind and menaced with assassination '
: : or ammunition of any outraged Wednesday and Sat. ,
declivity in Greenwood Cemetery is urday......_...;..?..........-.- 9:00 A. M ,, w WEDfcSPAY and SUNDAY at i*Ok Coo. .
unless he first obtain :a license'to doso anti ousted from office without ATTORNEY AT acting at Tocoi with the St. John Railroad and at PaV
a plain marble shaft bearing the name St. Micholas______. IOOOA. ... 10:00 A.M LAW. ; -" VVESTABLISHMENT.VVV and th
latka with for the Sit. John
V steamers upper *
from the judge of probate of the cause. And yet it is claimed that: of Henry J. 1Y11)0fld.V'Ihe tomb OFFICE HOURSl i : ,- Ocklawaha river. 4:

1 county in which he may be a resident Congress should not take any actionin although perfectly isolated, is yet, The post-office w'iU be open daily(Sundays excepted) No., a Hoeg"s Block,up stairs V '. V V V V' : -V; .. V V;\ ;: : (::: ; 'V.VV' V V,: ;: f't V 1 .' RETURNING: V V V
) for the time and the elected author V I7 V "::' V
the said" from E l V
being ; restoring legally A. M to 6:30 P. M. V 3- 5Swly Jacksonville. Fla. : Will leave: JACKSONVILLE. every TUISDAT:
within six rods of the most frequented .
The office will be open on Sundays from is to 1:30 .' t -
5 judge probate is hereby authorized ities of that State and enforcing the and arriving at every
partofthe grounds. The lot waschosenby o'clock p. M V V ,.' .. V. ", ; SATURDAY WEDNSDAY connect with New V
.' to issue such license upon the recommendation only fundamental law that the Stateof The general and'box deliveries will be open at all A BUESING(;, I VV'\ V V York steamships and all trains lor the North.\
,: Mr. Raymond, and the selection tiices during the regular hours except when the mails .The proprietors are prepared to execute orders for tickets to the North via steamships,and aS V
of two respectable' citizens Arkansas can have a legal claim to, characteristic of the man. In public received are being distributed. Respectfully calls the attention of the citizens and merchants every description of ;' .. V rail,sold by Puiser on board. ,.
of the thc the constitution of 1868. to t c BFAUflFUL SOAP he manufactures. V '
county, certifying to VV
peaceful life he sought a place near the front, MONEY ORDER OFFICE.The It is the best Washing.- Barber and Toilet Soap ever THE STEAMER .CITY POINT, .
and orderly character; of the applicant Sir lam not one of those that believe' but not at the actual front, as was money order'office wilt be open from 9 A. M.to made. This Soap is put up. in..boxes.contain*80 lbs PLAIN OR ORNAMENTAL PRINTING. CAPTAIN J..W.FITZGERALD.
; and mulatto: or that Congress should allow the so- ,:)') p. ... and from 3 to 4 P. ... and odbars. V
any negro, and
Orders should be addressed Wilt leave SAVANNAH TUESDAY
best.illusrated in the great work of Money orders are issued at this office payable In any to every
other of color called Garland remain A. BUESING.Box SATURDAY aCt2 III.lOw the St.John* riet.toucV
person so offending government to part of the United Slates and also orders payable in 711.: V
his life the of the) Times. Tocoi and
founding 56tf FERNANDINA and connecting at
nwitxerland Jacksonville Fla. VvIsiVrINO log at
Great and V
Britain Germany.
hall deemed to be guilty of a misdemeanor in power in Arkansas.! To do so in V Such as BUSINESS CARDS V Palatta as above every SUNDAY and WIDNESV
In that he. aimed at a middle line The following: are the rates ,
and upon conviction: shall my opinion is a complete recognition between the mental eccentricity of DOMESTIC MONET OEDEJtS. 'o ICHARD :MCLAUGHLIN, CARDS. DAY. V V '

forfu to the use of the informer all of tee fact that: any one of the reconstructed On orders not exceeding: $io. 3 cents. VV VWEDDING' RETURNING : :'
moral CARDS.
and the eccentricity
such fire-arms and ammunition and States can with safety disre.. the Tribune ()ver f io and not exceeding t ao, 10 cents. REAL. ESTATE AGENT, V Will leave TacksorrrilU every MONDAY and FRI
of the Herald, at the time of those Over$30 and not exceeding fy, 15 cents.V V V V V : BILL 11 HEADS- DAY. FER ANDIN.-' same day. arriving at SAVANNAH -
in addition thereto shall) be sentencedto gird the fundamental provisions Over f 30 and not exceeding f 40, 30 cents. Jackioirville, flr.W. V 1 V d every TUESDAY and SATURDAY .
great newspapers' greatest: greatness, Over$40 and not exceeding $so.:as cents. All of Real Estate and connecting with New York steamship and aB train
stand in the pillory for one houror under which they were admitted into sorts bought sold; Money. in ', ,LETTER.HEADS. V ..
(for the North ;
markin out for the Times a mean between FOREIGN MONEY OKDEIS. vested.Taxes paid.:Titles examined. ;

be whipped not exceeding thirty. the Union, and render inoperativeevery the two extremes. On ordeis not exceeding fio. 15 cents. R 'nS. BY" rsmtissiox" to William '&tor. 'Esq., V CIRCULARS THROUGH TICKETSAND BILLS OF LAD. V 4
pine both their Over f io and not exceeding f 20, 50 cents. POSTERS ING GIVEN TO NEW YORK PHILA- .
stripes, or at the discretion provision of constitutions Gordon New York; Ex-Gov. A. G. Curtin. Bellefonte. Pa.: : V \
The tomb of Over and .
costly James $*> not exceeding $3o 75 cents. PELPH1A.BALTllfOKE, V c
Lewis H.
ofthe in accordance therewith. Redner. Philadelphia; W. Stokes Boyd. / BRIEFS,
adopted Over $30 not CJlc 'J.OIi. ,
on'eof edi1ll140' P.G.Ambler.Banker Fla., both steamer
.Jacksonvnie and
Bennett, conspicuously fronting Over$40 and not |i .$.' c VV Philadelphia; V V V V jothec PInCc* ;'4 V
is unnecessary. There are several important features the busiest avenues in the cemetery,' J,b.ADAMS, Postmaster.Jacksonville. Henry'I ucker, Boston.Mass.NORTON' 3-a8-iy-pd PAMPHLETS,. f..h' I Re.RAILROAD EXCURSION TIC1 ''f
Section 6 of the about or connected with this Baxter .January t, 1875. V d.at office of C, M. PAVIS Ticket t ,
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same act reads as is such a sepulchre such a spot as & 'KO'O.KE BLANKS OF.:ALU KINDS'" ', V
which I ACBXT3BAVENCL 4-: '1 V
and Garland revolution V
follows 'to : -
: Mr. Bennett might l have been expected 1... KEENE,. .. .. 'V" -. ,,-f f i -'I :.' & CO,1 Charleston. V 1
Be desire to call the attention of this O REAL ESTATE DEAr EKS corner.Ocean and Ely COLORED PRINTING AND GILT WORK. Savannah. '
I lot believed
further enacted, That if any fo .choose, the, Jacksonville. Florida. ',.. .< .Uf = "s .. f ,
House and the )JoyaJ) of the .f ,- V JEFREYS BR & 'v.
person or persons, shill assault a people to have been selected and the marbles BAY STSEET. JACKSONVILLE.V V FLA. Money loaned ;oa Real Estate a< V ft&t C W>J
United States. and Insurar.ce and dealers in Pine VV
V Life Fire Agents .
white female direction IL T.'ADA" Palatka. V
with intent commit chiseled under the of V
to a Lands.Plantations.&c, Springfield suburb a specialty. .
V ,
First. The. Garland constitution ,Dealer hV VVV2 ->1 ( V V V ,1. : V cSVft4.BOHNSAugnstze. V VV
rape, or be thereto he Mrs Bennett. It was the daydreamof Correspondence solicited 3 aSswtf IIv'V -* j
accessory or strikes out' and ignores entirely every ; V .t .a .. .."' ,,.I."trtt! ?til ;,..b ',." .. .<, I j
they shall MILLINERY ';
upon conviction. .thereof, his life that by keeping the Herald .VV :
suffer death. provision of the constitution of Arkansas S "* bEDEKS NEAT AND PROMPT. : JI! V ., V j J
in the, vortex of New York businesslife 1 WHOLESALE AT SAVANNAH raices.V CHEAP. OIHUMKEE. V V
formed in 1868 that in .. .1_. .LAKES C Urnx VV
It any : "
be seen at once that any and I by, enlivening it with a wit V '.n V

band ruffians might assault .ajcolorWladf way recognizes the fourteenth) amend- that his successors have not even 'un. f 't V H.. ROBINSON V Balmorals.Bustles;and. Chignons/at. BUCKVS.. V'V'V SILVER. SPRING, .".'.,'
ment to the constitution of the United Has just received from New York a with; intent to commit a rape derstood,. much, less .emulated, he the above named of the" V .' '. :' : ; Ocklawaha,Rivr:., ., .
with *
perfect security and might make it thejournat of the future ,, '
co un i -' '*" V ,: '.- V .:h': 1,
punished. :; Second. Section 38, article '5, of ; and he ,did not ,hesitate to sayas LATEST STYLES .AN.DFASHIONS. ;: Hoeg's!,Block,,Ilay 5.L.. '.... ADAMS;: c' / i n. V' "V 'r. :'.. .V

Section of the' the constitution of Arkansas; 6f jS<58 much. In a pecuniary sense he was JAcKS0NVILI.EFL0RIDA.. ._. '. ', : V.V .! ;.< : :" V. V 'l
14 act contains "
I1f ; : 3
the following reads as follows : prodigiously successful. Also,'a fine. assortment dladiQ'imigtntJ mep.. I 4 V 'f.: :
Beit further enacted, That i if The General Assembly shall have: Horace Greeley's tomb 'appropriately .. /V V E I N" .EG' R.QcERI4V ; A. L Rics,Master j. V V
any KID GLOVES. ;. .'
negro, mulatto,. or other, person of no power to make compensation for looks out from .under the abun V V .' \, : ; : V : Will leave Ja every.THURSDAY. .' r' .. V
V ; VV
wlor shall intrude himself into emancipated slaves. dant boughs of Locust Hill upon the My I ock having been purchased so recent'y admits :FL9 IPA- V '. ; at8o.ck. GEO: R. FOSTER.Agtas.V. V
any V
of sold .
being at exceedingly ,
This provision like the other one mound t jacbonviile.11a..JuIyssz8747astf. :.
religious or other public assembly of .setting sun. The! is ,temporar. FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC FRUIT, 'AL.E.s V
wt hit that I have named, has been Striken; marked slab "V PRINTING: V
te persons, or into any railroad ily by a modest that LOW PRICES. WINE. LIQUOR CIGARS J -' V

car or other public vehicle set apart out by the Garland constitution. will ;fell who sleeps beneath it until l V ,AID, .. TOBACCO, ETg., MUEL HUBBARD, V : VV ,',
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for the exclusive accommodation of Third. In the constitution of {868 his fellow! craftmen erect their contemplated { U'Cail>nd see, .: V 1I'7-4fQ Hare, in store and to arrive : '

..we people, he shall be deemed was provision which reads as_ follows ,broze; memorial. The 'ORSALEV. V : -, PUBLISHING! COMPANY:, "t. ,,: .' la /mmvFl.! .: ', V

"'''ty of a misdemeanor and l : .* Greeley tomb too, is typical of its : ,:: V .ATLANTIC BLOCK BAY STREET FIRST-CLASS GOODS- ( ; 1 : ,' V ', : t V V 1.

5nviction shall be sentenced, to stand upon Noperson shall bo allowed or qualified !- occupant's former aspirations. It is Also 18 Acres for Let orJ.and or Lease Comer Lots ia.BrooiJy-; V -! '. '. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.. Which,by nwlte TF8MS: CASH: they ofler'at thi 'V '" 'VImprterand; Dealer. in J: ..
"the. pillory for one hour, "or be 'to' sit on a jury who is 'not a seemingly sequestered and actually V A YAU4fltCITY:' LOT .: V Where every branch of Portraiture, Group,'Landscape LOWEST PRldES' V >: V V HARDWARE 'IRON' AND 'STEEL.VV .

*b.'Pld' not' exceeding thirty-nine qualified elector. (Section 20, article remote'from' the ornate mausoleums Co feet by 90.Corner Julia and;i Forsyth streets. and Instantaneous .Photography.Is successfully- conducted ,. ,: '' .. ..! V VV
: skiUcdEURQPEAN ;
jltflpet, or both, the discretion of the IS.) that'New'York fashion has reared in Forpart : rscnqufreof: C. C. COLLINS by !SttialAtttium of ike Ladles called io our EDGE TOOLSTABLE. and.POCKXT ,... V
This) provision has been striken out, the City of the Read j i';' but 'it is visible Wtschen's Block, V V CUTLERY*, V ,' V V
Or J, J. ROHR.g ;' A:. G. GRANT Manager.. MAILLARfl'S} I ,
The folding j i's taken from an' and the Legislature may now fix such at 'a'gre t distance beyond thecemetery's .- tl ... V At Grand National HoteL Any Hotel Boarding-House';that* has no : :Nails, Glue, Putty Glass,.Ttuots Os .- V "V r
'p.S.: | And
boundaries, andthe"monu, or to our assortmentRESERVE1VJELLIES of
suit ,
JtWitlcd "AtLacj jiLaddAipnjo an qualifications for persons as may V F COLCORD .' been taken by Mr,Granf can send in name and address- .1.
: act to amend the act entitled that body. The evident object is to ment which' the farmer-editor must H I : ETC. /; LEATHER. .. BEL1TNG.RUBBER PACKING.- .

JJJ n act concerning,marriage licensest indirectly prevent colored ,men from have 'tf pected .at the hands', of his ',Siiccr' Vt sojrjp' V Hide!* !/and V' Skta'-business' of V Ladies'underwear.. pe chained 1 ..sul1CXrS.BU1LDIN.V'.. '; ')T i IN E PE r, V3I? V:

sitting numerous ::admirers will be a note PIPNIC PART IES:>itt find .U advantageous to V
on juries. .
Jcnoiir i. That if white fewe Pipe ,1.
any feature of the be Ji.H.CRO; ELL. V OXT' : Das shall male replenishing LUNCH EON Ldad tr V
resident within this State shaJI Fourth. The striking out of these worthy landscape to V i3 : : : we | .. !. ,
hereafter is the. work of admired by men. of all nations they and Ocean .- ;. BASKETS a specialty cj ( DJ.SASH.BUNDSt"mY1I cS.SVGJ
provisions not ignor. Corner Bay streets.Highest : A4Q:. CIIArfEL,, : :
to cIdi
intermarry QPuichaaa
ttcmPt gratis.JGOLDEN '
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sail in of V ,
of oversight as it will be or out our picturesque harbor : ; ', : V ; MillsEyrors, I i
with any negro, mulatto, or ance nor ; cash prlcee Vor Hides,Skins Furs lir & ADAMS.Ron' VV
V paid .. ;
Other -N. 1'. Sun. V. STREET;near the i Cable cros ine.. '
relateto '
person of color, she shall be remembered they prom V Wa *c. y.ig.wty V V 'Marble Front B ilcIIa! :; car Grand Na- CtFzr A'1ooP' :.' 7"r. 'I''n.

deemed to *be guilty of a misdemeanor inent issues tliat have been' before'the 1. ', V OBERSON &' MAPSON V V VV ; :, .-, .JACKSOHVILLE.FLA V .1 1-14 tf V .tionat Hate.'Jacksonville" Florida.- '$ t., I. fr.. V, :
and upon conviction shall be fined in country long ere the war and since. A Pleaseht Prospect.-Traveler (in ;YACHTS' AND 'WHITEHALL V V 00

fi sutn.notex?eeding J1'000 or be con Fifth. In the organic enactmentor Ireland)': ".Hi-pun her V up, man SDont ,flays opened' a fint-;1ass V V : 'r.;, V V V D&., P...E. JOHNSON, HoMCEOjPATHisiHas FORALEt

l the constitution of 1868 of Arkansas the SHAVING SALOON ; BOATS, .
WWic see' mare is running ? '
jail ,no* exceeding you "' Located pa the St.John* river and Shell road:
order V removed his office to Mitchell' building. t.I.
ortet tm.onth5' or both, at discretion the following'oath' of office is'prescribed away.?," Driver: "Hpuld tight yer corner of Bay and Pine streets,where all the modem Built.to north side of Bay street,between ftewnan new and Market below clr.Jacksonville, I acres 'l. )l. ;
appliances used by the best saloons the country can \ : STEAM; :: YlAVcUTSV Bearty opposite tha Post Office.! -' It-titf rivet good house,h .airy 3.xx>f"p* ,
dL Jury and *hall-ro9r cov r be ; Onorl I For yer'life don't touch the be tound.' 'They also rurnish at all hours V ,: ..;,,; V ,_V vine*ye orange tree*;eight 1c.. 0d.ba-
JJjMlified to testify W. witness ; I, .-, do solemnly swear that I reins' Insure. ..t|heyresriias .rotten' as ; HOT 'AND 'COLD BATHS.. V V With th..IDOIC'appro d machinery., Will build ol.apy .' -FURNISHED, ROOMS. ,FOR.RENT.; fa peach variety tree*J;':pnmegranites IhInIsO, n SOfihe21oetd5-, -

(atost any white person' will honestlyand' faithfully ',support pears? tl'll turn herjntP"ihthe nyer ,at six*;from, t j to too' fcet .Call and, cet my flrkea.'I l'|(rablppi*O CT c on the St.JohaL. .Tltiegondj, .
Fhese and Jaw ,' ; : will Tickers'::ntlUinz-th.'beaw'toVgfltsliaves,for sal : f ,;" -tC.- n-' t i" Location pleasant. .Good facilities for housekeeping. V rar,o t fb.1 money can remain n4 em tks|>
acts .
V and the Constitution bridge.beIowheret- '
iy .
were defend _; VAC.1lT. ,
? aPProved by NE\Y"28.FOO Inquire at Library'* ., Call 1. *
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th 1e Governor her the ','1" 1, :It.! it :-. t-ttttf'i '\'- ,..$ j'.ijB.;, :!: 'j,, rp.. o J .
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January ,1, J 86$. pf the United Statei, .thCfUnion: qfJ Rtpp } blagyard >i 1 : '..50. ...- 'I ,9-9", or .e. ,.' 9"30 W"i Ve.4NAi't V u
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V; .., the timber ot'the country I have Instructed the COIJe t V-Of Internal MOTELS AMD *.
the of service protection! ,, BOAR mQ HOUuJT"
enlistment and period t
's and evidence that the allegations made by ,
change so seriously so sadly sug will found Revenue tbat all tobacco, cigars
,.v.M" under his second enlistment, in makinghis now rapidly decreasing, b =3te===
state- =
us.are. not entirely "baseless and cigarettes stamped, sold and *'
P I.a. AD&"I..' I And here is the explanation or a faIr ments1: as our cotemporary has I it. HereIs proof of settlement and cultivation, in placing i it under. private gardanshp.{ movd, or stamped without being sold r QTY HOTEL,

oto. L first enlistment '-'-- ,-, removed the third of March
his day
V V CM. of it : the'paragraph.'published ic a civilized but only the term of on ,
State News with the heretofore fa TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDA
V "The negro has proved himself des State in 1875: and thai portion of his service on his stamps u were
insufficiently and the tobacco
I__ of common gratitude as of com Every country has had its patriot to second enlistment which extended beyond We clip the following Alachua county cigars ltamp tbt stamped W. P. SLUSSER Fropmtor:

TO sense. Instead of improving: i.n rise up with a heaven-strengthened *nx of his[ Brsf. [ V / items: 'from the Gainesville ;'Citizen? i eonld not.bo regarded as entitled 8 to the s' .

; Item.n capacity to make an intelligent and and strike down the tyrant oppressingit. te.ei homestead declarationsbnd We learn that the proceeds of the entertainment exemption provided in the first provisoto '

,' :*"I, State use of the ballot, we do not To kill In self-protection is justifiable 6. given In behalf of Rev. Mr. the second section[ of the said act of Hotel having lately bccsi
4l MMiw ,. to affirm that he is to-day less loch the act of June 8th,' 1872, It ha
earth of r
< To rid the short time
cnpics. always. McCormick, in' Micanopy a March 3, viz ;-" hat' increase of REPAIRED AND FULLY
; '*. :*!:< brief the for the duties of self-govern a' monster as Sheridan would be a deed been held, must be rejected, when, received since, amounted to $180 tax herein prorkied J for t applyto REFUWnsHXiy,
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W. arc not than ho was seven years ago. for all the world to applaud. We don't &at 'DOt Offers first class sccMBSMdatliMM 10 Ox .
p Land"
by tiUi
: ,at, the District Ofce", We learn a wealthy gentleman Dr. tbacc on which tfrd accordingto *
.be returned This last plank in the platform com mean lor a midnight masked assassin[ to the law requiring that they Metcalf,.from the North,' who ,has been .tbe, existing law, shall have beenpaid LIBERAL ASRANCEMEKTSte :

riU not be itself to the Democracy even of murder him, but !for the people of'New mat filed the soldier in spending the past fl months in tblspla when this' act talcs effect.7 In .
in all be. by
it borrowed Orleans, Louisiana. rising In. the. cases a'section of land other'words, that the in questiontook made" ia '. *
to purchased laW "
for was 1ISCCI
repre e, Yitra
? ; tlI!: : the of Hamilton I I majesty ot their might to slay ,him on I person or by his duly authorized agent7th. out in tbellaile ha settlement,and purposes effect from the first moment ot .of th4 i-r eo .i iACCOMODAT10NS
V. Democracy county
..:V 9 Q ) l the streetsas, they would rabid dog,, It i held that soldiers who; have building a Hotel Infirmary, during this March 3 and consequently it is held,and -

r trial assembled in JaspeV on the 22d in the broad open day, wnh..the sunlightof under .the eighth section of act of coming summer. so special No.,156> means.that all tobacco FOR

par August last they,.among other thing God's heaven shining .to\Vn'upon the homestead te cigars and cigaraltes 8eld or removed 103 GUESTS
this SLaW May 8th 1872 commuted OurjCouDty Superintendent .
: "' act and brighter in approval. ,
i : on the 3d day of March well, as
informed State &
;,4 we regard More baseless statements ot the same entries made prior' ,to the passage of the ba been officially those sold and removed snt eqnently TE S:
V WIICBEAS, We feel ourselves anima[ Superintendent, that in consequence of .
L as ever by the same determination kind can bo hud on demand. act of June 8th, 1872, for less than one a diminution the Peabody fund, nc must be taxed at the .rates, and boo per day$-.*>|,g per w,, _

( fiirfe i ; and j strive in the task of practical politics, .M I hundred and sixty acres, have !the right appropriation has been or will be madein that when'stampS ot the old1 is.-ae bare .*7tf W.'E.

; prise and establish and maintain, such" a gov- Gambling in the City. to make an additional\ .entry under the aid of the Florida Schools. This will been afxePstn e 'midnight of the 3d ._ _HADLEY. x-

: ,. V tbo )merit jn the State'asphalt: \ guard thd : act, to mke.up with the first necessitate the closing of all our county day Mlrrh. if th goods have CLARENDON HOn--
i .? of ,the dtiren. his business, and Wo are glad to"note that the city papers later schools with the present month.' been sol amt,delivered, they must be I TilE .

: V : gishnet accumulation! of his industry; and are unanimous in their condemn entry the, maximum quantity, of,. one learn that His Excellency reported' the Collector in order that I GREEN COVE SPRING, FLA
We are pleased to : ,
and ai-res, and receive a the tax assessed.
1 hV:: ,, Southern we are tart drifting into a conflict in lion of the apparently unimpeded operation tixty Governor Stearns has tenderedthe .may b I.Mtr oyn for the ssoa.ERMS$4so.
( factors*. Slate, which the white men of the gambling patent therefor, notwithstanding the Sixtir Judicial Circuit -V
; in our city of.a variety of Judgeship of the -
\ must settle; therefore. of their settlement. and cultivation Affairs In Pougbkeepsic. PER DAT.
With "; period to oar worthy friend and former
1 : and policy shops under dift'erenqntil'I,,
Resolved That tbis
i ; gratified : representing, First. the while man's, govern love but all of the most reprehensible and on the 'first entry may. have been citizen, <'CoL T. A. McDmnel, ,,bo* A ron h e ,correspoiideBt of the Special arrangements by the wetl.

from Mr. and law established less thai}'one year, and with the time experience and blv placed bin Albany) .New York' Pos in the -
rr liberty was by dangerous character. the leading'members of the Bar goes i ,. IJdottdwtc.1.Wr. L.-.LL.B.
aud wisdom dictates that allowed account of service in the among kJ.le tIW
;: V citil n.r men, It An'excellent article on the .subject, ,on iu the State. following reckless manner:

V the common be administered ibe.nefitlaud'by white protection men, from one of its correspondents, appears: army or navy during[ the rebellion.. may A'Waldo correspondent of the Citizen Deep 'snow, dull 'time decline' In WARM SULPHUR SPRING,

t .V V' *V V of the rights and interest i of all the citi] in the.Press of Monday. We give the not equal, .five years.V writes.: ""' the land. Te of Coffin Washington farm of 400 for acres"which:: if fined op wi.nor. *
V I by.our of Florida, both white and black. closing paragraph: ,8th. ,In a case,involving the point, ,it We are,having fine-,weather for planting $10,000 was refused n year. ago sold CO1D. TtUMCE AND' ,SWntJl l'fG
: and Second. 'That this i is a conflict not in- was heM.ihat the term, of, a soldier's and everybody is at work. ...nJfARJtJ9
.If the present city government fails to ban last week auction,' for 116.0.Tae
f Am6ng \ a single ,issue upon which an take the ,proper steps to suppress ,thisglaring military service during tho? rebellion putting i in their crops. is in here 8 per cent. Cheap live. a ArPUCAU
honest Demo'rat .
and .
.. I V .. :V called to Republican have difference an of ; evi. it is to be ,hoped that the cannot bo made of benefit in perfecting good demand and numerous parties are Open a hydrant and catch a mesVo! fish -Dec> .11.I Paop.
can any opinion; good men'or this city will place any purCb &in?. It 1 expected that: our for breakfast. Mayor' Eastman, the
r by ) ?' conflict.the decision of which we would homestead initiated by his T-JIDDELL ,
a entry little will
town soon
the in official position at the next election,, dilapidated looking life of the ,'place. 1' in Jacksonville,
of New
V V made as remit to voters gentlemen who have some regard for wife before marriage, but i the wife present a ,more attractive appearance, Florida/where oranges grow by the million FERNANDINA. FlA.

V Vr tanned : or to anybody civilized. men the general character of the place, and complies with the requirements of the It is aUu rumored that we are to have I and strawberries knee-deep ills 4 -
is conflict
the world (tor it
V ment and and depravity, between a enlighten who will agree that when ,elected they statute, regarding settlement and cultivation colony of Tennessceans here, in a few glowing account of the tables will give SAMUEL T. .1DDEU.,'' b..
: ; will b&active in their to days. and early peaches. are
keep Oranges
V : endea'orl one a rapid transit Pongh- -
V ; .; : & and thick ignorance; bet weed civil may make final proof of the in full bloom and bid fair fur fine ,pptite.
such establishments out of our midst. a. keepsie wants .the ice ia : api&a.t&.CII sk..s__die'
:y k the and*barbarism.S It would do the city less injury to have same; also, that the husband may avail crop"this year. .The air i U highly perfumed : very solid here yet. At Newburg they Atlantic 9-RefreshiBC Beach. kse '
V ably well and pestilence thrown broadcast himself of his make with the blossoms. boat sa
V plague right 1 an entry expect run their ferry to-day.
Third. That still that time
we hoped .
has I us. than to permit such games homesteadact The Madison Recorder reports that ANDITER,,
per : experience would teach them dis- among a under the ss.io'land soldier's
that of Bunkum to be carried on night[ during'tbe past season. up to and including '; BOAKDi:
till the of but the be initiated EXCURSION.TO"
prise in exercise a precious same prior to V
i after night with open i March 13th, there hat GRAND Per Jay..,. ,.. .. ,
which they never exercised here impunity.A PARE1' the consummation of hU wife's entry I shipped from Madison d pot'3116 bee V Per week.-...._...from|u t,ftm
i elsewhere except as a gift from our Satisfactory made with
: arrangements tnuBei.
Land. ? the latter would have to be consummated v
There is deal in this of cotton.- .
V and which we thought would not a .significance Fine livery accommudauons.Formerly ..t-d

4.. % Why :I so \persistently used by them to ac- warning, and it will receive the concur- under the provisions of the eighth sec The editor of the Cedar Keys Journal PALATKA,, :

. V gone Into .> the ruin of ihe.while'men. In rence of all good citizens., ton of the act of May 20th, 1862. has made 'a trip' to "ernandina, and t 1VERSIDE, HOUSE,

., local hope we have been'most, grfevously Marshal in It; has been held 'that soldiersor TIURSDAVMARCH: ; i1j ,' .
The City a cn\'ersation usi of .the Island : as ( Rochester}Iowe.)
&nted the has him- tcany '
proved : ',
; negro spak.enl '
abound in '
: V : : as destitute of common gratitude as with us, said: "We are ready t prosecute sailors, entitled to ,enter'additional. .many pleasant incidents ol BY- > V JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA

tery. is of common sense. Instead of improving if any will make complaint'.11 This land under the act of June 8th. 1872, the 'visit-. We don't bl.ime him Its a fforrx r*oM Mom n TO'MAYd
., '. VV success in his capacity to make an intel- I seems fair and plausible, but if the city may make the required""affidavits before plea ntptao to see-.and hospitality' STEAMER- 'LIZZIE. : BAKER. 'Th.MMfentpw J.t.Scott one of tht pmprietai*
V and ot the ballot ; of the Kraoklin Houat Highrate, .
tence ( l'nt patriotic use V Spripp.Vm,
courtof record for'the
the clerk of
V authorities and the police are to any is ofth kind. W <
always and H.Goodrich. therewith
do not hesitate to affirm that he is i 1 ur year connected u
T sense.i in which reside before .enioaJl clerk.&o .beg leav--to konounce to their frkfch n4
less qualified for the duties ol' remain inactive till complaint is made,, county they or The Jorna alo notices that the Fly GRAND-VOCAi; AND INSTRUMENTAL those abouJ to V U Florid*.that they have take iW.

VI.* V: always.. \ than he V was sc\cll what is the use of such officers ? We,, the register"or receiver of any United# .: and 'Gulf hummocks 'are now full ofgro'iise. 1 I' : above to those HOI boarding and with shall them.do their beat la.make k a boa' *}

V j : ago. V in such case, have no use fur a city gov- State land office;' also, that in so doing. .. CONC'RT' 'The house kt pleasantly si'uated oa(be banks of die

V ,-. HoW':, Fourth. That disregarding all minor ernment at all, but could, at less cost,, under the'amendatory act of March; '3d, I Tho 'Miyor of' Key 'West, Wimei- : : St.R,Uroad Johns Depot river, only and comp five >minutes DClipc a walk ine.rro.view laud Via
of and ,
A & tiuus principle or policy, down the river and of the '
VV V j V solely in view the maintenance rely upon complaints to the county solici: 1873, they are !;notrestricted, to tracts Bethel, Esq.,.who has served tor thej last V., 4T ;: V Your patroqage b wile ted.surrounding-Addn copntry.

1 I profession and forming together a compact body of V SCOTT ft GOODRICH.
.' bercdittlry civilization and chris- tor The
justccs. two resigned.
: i y :, to know ).. menaced by a stupid Africaniza Strong suspicions are rife on the street land, but may {they so desire, make up 'exprcss-r years gret ba at his action. pavcr 'PALA'TKA: ',, L.S.Scott. fligigatt Spr.ap Jacksonville Vt. ,VIIWIJOr '1-11.
n '.' and the [ we appeal to the men of our race the quantity of one hundred and 'sixty .
V that the failure of the police to arrest -.UiPA-Whenevcr we hear anything Under the direction of V Dra ers and Undershirts very cheap at BUCK VS.
unite with in efforts
; 'V in a us our against
:fV selection of wherever
acres by tracts in relation the and -
to prosperity
i V within -
that progress
proceedings occur
supreme dnnger. ) MRS. S, I. BRIDGE,
4t ; the found. of the' above pleasant little city, [il t RESORT.
::4 ? in the ) Indeed, the fact that we asserted is the knowledge of hundreds, indicates a 'TIMBER'DEPREDAT1OX*. excites our most profound attention and Assisted by Eminent Ar51 from NvW York. WI-lTER

:1 : lie says borne out by the general know- good understanding. between. the gam respect. The following is an extract of SPENCER IIOU E. ST.. MARYS., UA

:, 'V color of the country and while it is the biers and tho officials' and a possible The timber 'growing'on the public a letter received from there,dated Feb. Opposite rentan FK.aow offers Fl'u.Iss IICio

4 class of of the Democratic. journals, Jn division of the partnership gains. Can lands, always in great'deman for supplying 28lh. 1875. '. commodatiuns at
The abore steamer win leave C2arl wharf Than-
V .* invariably State where there is an actual Re this be s P Prompt and effective measures the wants of advancing settlement "I,have aret a place about a milt diy a 1 a m: and arrive in Notk about 5 1. $3 per day._ $13 ((6 $18 per week.
and their from town for Orange Grove. I wish Returning willcv Palaika 10 a.to.P With all the comforts and conveniences of a Norther*
V ubliean of from to V alone l can dissipate of the localities. in which itexists, anive In FrJ. Kome Sa. Mary. ..,.be the Sf.Mary's
: Too > majority 3,000 5,000 satisfactorily you would save: the sweet orange lacUvle s l J p. nz tuaied mouth of
. also for shipment elsewhere; requires al River. The locution and bckJihi'uIoes.of ibfplnce
,; V V terti, deny It, and to put on an appearance such suspicion as sued and send tome to plant. 'A is nut surpassed oo the Southern coajU STR,'

4 .) argument aggravated resignation, the.denial active ,measures for its protection} beyond northern man: has purchased a place A BRASS AND STRING BANDHas LIZZIE BAKEK got* direct to the House. Patties

''I a V V proves i forth as a matter merely1 of tem UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE, 7 anything which has heretofore been near mine to plant inorange trees. been engaged fUr-h muMc on the way. ,fypruvbioa haviogthruugh pun r of Hotim.r-t tkke.s. stop can over b.owo at them St.exchanged Mam at vet by
,t anini'tsity the Other* speak of getting places. Ail the t and wilt made( the} other point desired. Liberal terms nuricwhh pariictdcurngto
GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, > provided. In absence ot such ) ben h o
rizin and Even the Rich meas h
much I of policy. boarding houses ant of boarders,, make a>pcr1IlaIlC"UlaJ. Send b(ircuiar,
: so : March 19, 1875. > run
:: V and Va Inyuirer, if it does not "let the cat urea, the timber in many localties and ah) are pleased Tampa. We FINEST EXCURSION EVER GIVE ON THE LA 'TOURkrTEHOUSi. Eergen Point.N.J..-Hopen II

? V Attitudu & of the bag," opens it sufficiently to IS.. ,Adams, Esq.-Dear SirEn- not cut and removed to the extent .needed are all well ; the weather; is very fine, 'no S: JOHNS RIVER May XM,11115J., BOWMAN,Piuprieiyr.A17AVERLY "..

political 1 closed you will find some Homestead to supply Itcnall\OI speculative requirements cold of any consequence this, winter.-
kitten of
a respectable I
preten 1 for round admission
V taken from the. of the Key of the Gulf.. del tP.indudinj to CD
'I V The < Jor a Cent the Rulings Report only, but great waste and cert, 'zS. fo sale HOUS;.
; comnH'ntary.ulon
... V i: evaders lets j, rights bill it says: Commissioner of the General Land useless destruction result from the unrestrained The Key of the Gulf furnishes the following 3 a ,SMIHS- 'MUSIC STORE JACXSONVILLE.iLORIDA.The .

Office, for 1874, which be of interest West
V. Htteoipt. It will require all our ,vigilance, and wi anti reckless pursuit of gin, Key gossip: RANGE PROPERTY FLORIDA* Boas hartng been rtswdcfej
: # to of the re of valuable Our Island is o and refurnishut.wiQ hereafter be known as the W*.
:'V V that the"' very best piloting we arc capable ol many your and an entire lack of provident c.ue getting dry, having: bat verly House.

V was first tide ovt-r tho coming two years; and paper. If you agree with us in the wants of the future. Tto remedy the very little rain for the last MX w(' ,. --FOR SALE ON TIME TtRMS-,____fo.per day.J. .
consequently when the wind is blowingthe J rOMFOKl". M. I>
mep.of i be well-disciplined crew ofa btaunch this them inser
., i opinion please give an mischief Congress 'passed ,tho act of dust is almost abominable..Arrived I have made arrangements with one of the largest Of Ike Had House AtlaoM City.NI.;
SOUTH is : every man must know his place and tion. You will also find .an extract March 2. I81 which decision of'lhe Lmd-bolJcrs in the best .&orange l&io(..I.nd.an 1-93m, _V__Froprefr..
teachings : it until the crisis has been passed by : from Tampa, Schooner Delia. am now able to offer t persons wh ma* dcir t
t from the same report on the subject of Court makes it offense &model tely in tte fcUowln; *avorable -.
moored the Demo- Supreme on '
Ferris li
V jiiu-vt o( we are safely in Capt. un Tuesday lst with term *rteci\ fthfu of DENNETT HOUSE;
V We harbor again. timber depredations which will be also punishable with fine and imlrsnment shingles, potatoes; &c., to. I e r all the conditions cm the pan of t p.prn I

::1 4 ; :; 4t as ) This being interpreted means "let us or general interest, but more especiallj to cut or remove timber from any of the rough weather hU whole passage. pr wiil desired sell,stocked tracts with of i.nxij.trees budded o 3 from bearing.&may b PORT ORANCE FLA.,

V pretentiously slick to the announce to lumbermen and loggers. lands. Passenger continue to arrive on every D trees each'acre containing one hundred h. '
I 8 the .rcp. : public vessel'the over 3J for jaoo per acre. Of this/s per cent must be By MRS. BENNETT & MRS.,DOBBINS-!
meals of the Greeley platform of 1472,, Yours truly, ; Wilmington brought the time of Kile,and the remainder can stand(securedby'raurtzage
which this l [
Puruant to. legislation, a systemof from Cuba last. We shall libcomfortably
on Thursday on the prciuics) Utl the grove comes Ibis new house is now ready receive.uesis.
; ; '", .: f&l>l : still claim to be the only:'true friends' of J. A. LEE, Register. timber agencies, under the supervision get full after a time. I into bearing by the payment. o Cght. per cent interest furnUied IhrOU hOUf.'and i"capalle of aocommodaDDK >
S. F. HALLIDAY Receiver per year* The per f;i. .< : perfectly colored man, until, the elevation ol [ at first of the, Solicitor; ''of the There seems spirit rivalry amongour c ire fur the trees for lea C1 each yea .thus insnr. make the table satisfactory: lo its patrons.

-I :'/'t t t : man,l.ntb the Democracy, by false 'pretences, to HOMESTEAD RUU GS. Treasury, was established with the concurrence people hi painting their "resiileucei Ing ihtir wilt rapid sD maturity about like this er b.;. lhe account ne hooner' S

V the control of tho national; governmentin 1st. In adjudicating under the and business places; our city looks like
The cases the
'j ;. : of. the then Secretary of dressed bride. i is An orange grove of to .(i/x>o trees)would covt tt ELIZA BKNXETTWill
1. .:: 1876 shall enable us to treat carpetbaggers soldier's and sailor's homestead H gaily Everything the end of sixth yesr:
act oi
I. : 'baftelrgs Interior, for the special guardianship: ol painted, even to chicken Ca.h down at time of purchase. .. '50000 leave FoMcr1 wharf.Jacksonville.tar Pott Or.
I 1' : ity and i. scalawag and negroes as June 8th, 1872 it is held that Apri15th, thetimber, and with the view to give coops. Interest on Jtoo tur six year_'..-........ 720 on ange once in two weeks afbxalng parv s'pkauat a4
Arrived Wednesday last Schr.Piilmas Care uf uexs for 6 ycat*__.. .. ._ 600 oo safe facilities tor reaching thai place. Coa&rtabliC&bin
:4 V is raid,; !, I they deserve.11 And so the general ,drift 1861, the date of the President's proclamation more complete effect to the purpose oi Capt. McDou, itll, from ,Pcna- AccomaiodMioo.. row particulars apply at '

.4 r'f"t ". sary qt the Democratic press is in denial calling put the militia;, for'sup sid act, which, however, was found cola,;with 60,000 tee drcnscd Lumber ,To tie paid_ at end V,of 6,years_....?-...Ji.laoco 1,50000 Comer liar and.Hogas DO&U1NV streets GUN laek_SHOP ine.,Fa.Mf .

: :' assumed now of the existence of.any race-bit pressing the rebellion, is to be in many and in and iu.o shingles, >igH-il to ,M. *- U ue notice of the lime oI.mYal.nd departure.
.f I objectionable respects, ter. discharging nt the ol V $3.31o CI the schooner will be .Ii"atl.the paper. HJ 3"
; 1 terness or'of intimidation or' outrapt" ginning, and August 20th, 1866 the whar JNCOIt.IE'
I I V ] purposes any 1835, tho system referred to' was discontinued Messrs Wall & Co. :

I ',' L perusal But occasionally1 a, Democrat of date of the: PjcsiJcnt's proclamation tho duty of acting us timber 4th. y'T from bud so orange per tree. Gentlemen's underwear at BUCKVS.PORTSMEN .-
The Jas. Mc
SchooneT.Lindsey, Capt. wurth two cents at the gruvc_,... $>feoih .
.f r. cratic true independence "speaks out in meet- declaring the'war at an .end in the .
Stati agents was devolved upon the registersand Kay, from Tump'a/on \ tdm:1enD- $ year from bud aco per tree4,000 .
V ing1 aa did the 'editor of the Atlanta of Texas as the end of last from 6th year from bihJo)! P'r tree ,>iooeo oo '. VV
f our tie receivers of the several district land ing relieving us tfip apprehension Deduct cst ofpliice- -. 330 oo V V '
:' V public 2tctr on a recent occasion. This Ii 2d. An unmarried \vo having entered .' offices' prLur; their duties tht: he was either ashore or 1ut.liestatesadverse A.DTO U RIS1'S
as a general } so .
what he about the condition of the ; winds prevented him. '-'. L. v
land under the homestead law
; State says ,, ;
and without additional 'compensation, We glean from the Live, Oak .Time, Even putting the price at Jiis per..000.and the show wit& fiod goo4 boatd and otlier acfoiasiodatioat,U.,
t : in South and the purposes of White Leaguers and subsequently married, it was held while this office; was, charge with ,the ing I h a for very his good pUce.PC. leaving ins buyer'$4,180 after. reasonable price at V
the paying :
: : in their. : that she-did. not by her marriage forfeit' supervision of their operations such. following: The titles lo lUexe lands are perfect and there is aolegal JAMES M. F R1J'S.
a We n-e pleased to l larn that Judge Impediment in the ofXarrying out the
.' Third Violence! is to be and the rights under'such way' engage-
deprecated entry provided. When they find timber ti) hava been Win. Bryson U recovering front his Severe ment abuve p opoed. VV ROSEWOOD. PALMETTO STATION
in avOided if. but where these Call at the office of the NBW SOOTH and examine the
sue possible; she should fulfill the requirements ol. wrongfully cut the public lands in illness. .
tender men have been killed they have brought the settlement on. mapA.3 V GEO.-BURNS1DE. A. G &W.LT.CO'i R'..R,.JO .nes from Cellar.
statute and
regarding; their respective districts; they are instructed Farmers throughout V
for one about theirdeath by their[ own acts,and county generally This tit
; p [ do not merit the sympathy, of, anybody cultivation of the entered tract.3d. to, seize and sell .the, same at rl'pOf the prospect for crops as being nro TilE CITIZENS OF JACK- oa the borders!ia a fine of place UM celebrated or bportsmea it. bcinf V

1 with We shall opt Imitate'the example' Where a woman abandoned by. public auction, the proceedsin butter thin tor suyeral years p.isU ,

", V. ot our l of our Congressmen condemning her husband, and acting as'tho head of the United Si dtJiting, and at the Chickens hve,be n selling) during the $SONVILLE. GULF, HAMMOCK.
A dt'Clar the killing ol the men. ) pat wttk at th ., of. eighty A CARD '-.oif' has aot kca
the familv-entered land as a homestead, same time' to tho to the rite cent Abounding; in all kinds of game.
.. tions :* *" i* .- report per "pair.. Eggs.. selling at overrun by hunters ,
whole We are not defending murder; we are and the husband subsequently returnedto United States district attorney 'with the Cefltlerdozen. 'We consider It as a matter of Justice to ourselves'to Those looking for; '-.

V in justifying assassination.0 admit his wife and family, it was held ,thai: necessary particulars! tor, the,prosecu- l notify business the that public the walk a* it laid may in tend front to of injure Mr..D us.G.in Am-our SUGAR ORANdE OR 'VEGETABLIT LA5B8

V uf white that there have been instances in which the wife, notwithstanding the return ol of tho offender under the act General News. bier's residence.on HOI street,between Fonyth and before***
ton penal Monroe Is DOt our work ::neither is it laid tinder cur Will find It to their Interest lo take a look
Jo e the' gross outrages have been perpetrated the bunband,:was entitled ,to. perfect her yet, in cases where the circumstances Yunkton.T., March 17; 18751:-Tho patents.or is it an artificial stone walk. log elsewhere M the Gulf Huumotk, Land J-
1 by men who.d"graced their section by .We issue this nodce to prevent inisapprehenstos.(3igncdl ,, doobtedly the RICHEST IN nOJUI'A.
race sad their acts. entry by making the required fetJement i justify so doing they are authorized to Herald states, on authority ,of Ddegat'ArInstrbng..tb .. : Mail and Express ft 1I.'nas""or each way biJy,
a a a S SAt and cultivation oj'theland. and to obtain nhe treatyvitb the SOUTHERN, ARTIFICIAL'STOE COY', slops at the bou'.e. VIewcjod '
thing to with the his .' .
on Dee. 14.187.
( party p'yngaU .Levy' Co-.Fla.. & '
which ,
poio Sioux.Indians by p r JNO C' '
BRAINPrdet.V 1a-,6..w-
the same time we recognize the existtr.ee a patent therefor maling final prouf&fer'the -
V : A 1 expenses.incurred and reasonable country was', reserved for. them was I rLadies. -

Fcoplc't ( l. of a state of affairs which What coraipel ; expiration of fire years from stumpage for the Umber, which they are never ratified .by Congrers,and the best underwear to be obtained at DUCKY'S.: V ', Pcrgaicsbirts..Jice.alhtuckT5.. '
was -
a summary procedure. V_ 1 **
chitoches termed the Camilla massacre which oc the.dat of entry. to deposit in UIH treasury. Thus 'the authority says it will not ttnd.if tested.Columhu '

columns in this Stale in 1868. wns justifiable 4th. Incase, of a person who bad madf I object is pursued checking: spoliation :, Ohio; March 17."875.- ,LOUIS EMILE:.MOURGEON. PRIVATE B A.P.. !..
In the Lower House of the
Colored in any sense i>f the word. Had homestead. entry and become' insane, without actuil cost to the treasury, as bill was to Legislature From Pai; ,'r nceCbtefy Fnirman of the StateD V THE; STJCKNEV HOUSE. ,

+ VV V "The" \ every the conflict negro been, the,killed whites who would look have part and,the proper evidence of .his insanity the.receipts from sales of timber uizedand ; to-day charged I for telegraphic passed messages: regulate so as Island Dyeing establishment). V BrURSi.6.' DAY.

State ) been justified in' killing them. So'also and,of his. being confined in an insane from stnmpago paid, are expected to reduce the prts'eut raes'ibout twenty NEW' DYEING AND SCOURING ESTABLISHMENT oF .
reasonable .
V Good board at rate*
Mississippi[ recently; so also in Lou- asylum having been forwarded: .to t i at least'to balance the expenses incur per certt. 'V I ;" : : Liberal terms made for those deling to..C .*

i Again ) Uiana.. office, it was/ decided that no application red. To pay these V expeoSiiS Congress touisvillo'Ky! .t March 17,1875.-During Ladies'and,Gentlemen's Wearing1 Apparvl., giajeut.su r_ ,_ V 11-11-61"____-

r '.11 'l \ When Grant iiolds. our 'people to his the has the last two weeks several outragesby Lace Curtains' V. '
up to contest entry on ground provided a small appropriation asunder lace Shawls. Talmas and Peedee at ? UCJCVS.
''q''; you have public view assassins. [ let us tell the abandonment would be allowed darIng laws masked men. have been reported from and other Sne fabrics moat carefully cleaned aDd cfyed. F Jatkepi" _.; .' _" _-
existing themony'received
week' between Ncwoan and Mar. -
carry the as it exist*. There is 'no denying[ county Kentucky. ,
suiry V. "
V Iff next, num' wire fcMled at Col fax and at the.continuance. of his Insanity: also,. is required to be paid Intotlia treasury man named Brothers made a.confession ket streets.. wfltfTICKET 'A FREE HOME. .

lor/*". Coushnlta. There js no denying; too, that the settlement! and, cultivation[ of without abatment: and cannot be applied implicating a number of men .a? being OFFICE, SiV
budding lot to t *sw spw8
$ i Again that they were killed by the whites; but the land and the proof thereof requiredby ,to payment9f expt'Ies without connected with the, Ko. Klux. organization. 4 w Pre*
Warrants were 'ssued'ur, ROSEWOOD
; dCIJ10'lihl as their killing was, they law in such DA made the l'
J League may case by I a special appropriation therefor .
rd the victims of their own dishonesty. arrest. and all are now in the county / CO. h' '
Orleans : own villainy tbeii own incen guardian of the insane pers.n.5th Owing to the .smallncss of, the; appropriation jail, except one, and'oiflcers are in pursuit FLOR1DA'S1EA4CKET. .To W. ow wo.iD toprov* |It. ,

orgin, i. Under the provisions oi! the act of. the'operation of the, timber ,uf; him. Jsonio,,trouble .a.feared . ,' ,.- V GOOD GOVERMENT LAND

) "We The, true animus of the LouisianaDemocracy June 8th. 1872, whero a soldier was agent are restricted: wiihinVery narrow and GoirorLsUeJoI1.: ; .sent to.a Todd corn- : COR. BAY.AND, PIJfE, STS.r .' .'" Cart beutercJwh1uahi Wot the'depot,sad,

V can; .City I', of the opinion[ ;t\mt\ p ; !; V -1! ':. 'V' .*.' I '1.' \' .-.':J. > : '
for [ before the any no
V t }Ja revealed in..the following disc-barged; disability ex. lmit. county. The Governor' reiterates his V' STAtE LAND V .
1 RaA and"via
Ue 'Tickets sod to aB.points North by ,
,, .1'hitd 1 | from the Attak pas (La.,) l>ration of hjs term of eoJistment, and.: will be found, .operatIve id fully, d ermaton'put/a itp to-this. blsi.nes -, Steamships from Savannah and Charleston. Also:: i; per.uft..

r'' uTfut, Sentinel! a short time[ ., ago. But, be Itnndtrnood having recovered from his disability preventing depredations on the valuable !" Bought hiishebeye&tbt.aoglerluscnIcs at|t.S [ 5,iM V
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}:. n f JP68- i that we do not quote the agsJn enlisted 'before (}he expiration: : olhU ; timber:tpf, hei; public domain; and Washington. March 17,1S75.-.A letter :s.r"i j f; t '4'h -6' la the State so accessible *.*

(>f'iCrr for that reason j jbave,elsewhere recommended from 'Commissioner;Douglass to Governor RETURN EXCURSION TICKETS Apply to IDe at the WAVERLY HOUSE.*
'ofthe first served to the closo ol r .
paragraph reflecting ferfing' ter of --'r.' c1r.utROSEWOOD.J.EVY.COUNTY.
o Bagley MicmganIs'of great > -- i.; i' : i4"V ViV.L \J! '
'I I' V. for the ;it wts beld ho"was not cjo-. tbe jpeedy"offering and", sale of ,. .MCB,DIBBLE.'jacksonviBe. V ;
they war
; t V ': : aUk.*to Democracy generally, \are tat Interest to the tobacco wde.; Tb&Commissioner 'ialttto' toisV3ORfHandWESTl; : t *-! f r ', to" '
i V:": ; pet pl of nil tark mad, but only as convincing titled to count the term o his flrsl.; such lands, believing that the greatest, states: __ 3-sotf .f-ri*. *& i-J w -

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THE NEWS'lITHt$Mf.\\iEE :Y> JACKSONVILLE, WEDNESDAY; M R.CH'.24--l i7S--------s'U -

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CITY NEWS. Dural County Agricultural Society. sheila at the bottom BO that the vines In Short. STDPENPOU3 SACRIFICES TEREMPTORY SALE OF VALUABLE I l .- S.r

The usual weekly,meeting of this society can't grow down. He should recommend The famous and fragrant stand Daily. hourly and mfinmiurtlj disposed of at the IT: SAWMILL.'TUSBERLANDS; AND p .

.wI1Dz.E8DA'MOIZ.NING.> "was held on Saturday, at 10 a.. x. the use of shell lime in this case.In known as the auction mart, OB Bay u-a. G.gfl'SOVTUa1, B.u4.u. PERSONAL J PROPERTY. r 4 4-* ;.

March 324 187B.Personal. at the office of the Florida Land Agency! this way he had teen' .some of the street has been sold and the building Is A YoxA-m BUY YOURSELF St.' rfrer A BONE I* tit DHtr,,Smate.n: tCtmrttf IrKt"rAt IM'.1.Lid SUM/,._**.. J oF.L HOLLAND' ,..i'."\..
on JohVi cr-red fur aJe.On
a I
Bay street. The Chairman finest White Madeira In die matter ell PENNSYLVANIA TIE COM-, '
exGov.Harrison .
: grapes growing being remoTed to'aHow the erection of *of the most desirable places ia the vicinity of Jack PANY.Bankrapo. N .I7$7. > "WATCHMAKM Asii ; i

Reed, having called the meeting prosperously. Black Hamburg in
1Lro Charles Reeves, of New York to order the minutes of/ the last State must be well manured. He thought cFor p.rtlcolaxsTapply at the entis.qoo. lor the Eastern District Pmsyrrania.in Bankntpicy. ,' .
-The' United States Coast Survey ofTB NEW SOUTH. The foltowing descrttnd Real tWIll b* nod atpublic aodBySta..r
and M. R. Chater, of the New Tork meeting were read and adopted, except trellis the best- mode of training on : anoion. WEDNk&DAY.April .. "*7S,at CorwJrU! _
I steamer Endeavor* Capt. Hitchcock, so a. ...at ApslachicaU. rankiin C_. ty. ftuiUm.AU flOg5iNew
Steamship Line arc the item appropriating the of account of .t. .. .
our winds.
rercandina sum thirty prevailing United-States which in hereon THE PARENTS that cv uin pwc or pared of land famt>in "

:1g si the Grand National. dollars to the Chairman, the amount of Mr. Cheetham wanted to know what the 18th insL Navy short, of put coal left Of all well teed families purchase Ach-gn-cuie.of leon Franklin nvCT Cowtty.btaie,and north vt of the Wrida dry*.tt-c west of of Apa.the Apalath-'ub. -:.= -, ; ;
: .
II his late expenses, Incurred whll In has been done, and not what can be Rich,Pdk'i Block.Bay street. soj, tf containing tnirty jo)ace*uf Und.more kas/whn -
Clark's wharf on Sunday night for St. '* the large saw null engine.boilers.and.chiMr CiDI Jewelry, Blocks Wv ,* jes
, A Hat Store. Tallahassee oribusiness connected with done, as he intended to go into grape TO RENT. plete to cat'ftJ thousand tvaonofee* OL hazbsr per Diamonds Plated :,'. .
Augustine. Pleasant funhhed room cam be rented near the; day: alao wharves tug-boat sad machinery barge aoc ,
We are pbased to learn that Mr..G o. the society cultivation, provided ;b* saw any likelihood & _flats! Address Lock box ;.P.O. I***, two hmndrcd thousand(-,)feet hunbcr: a&U Solid Gold and Sil., '

B Sindt. of Trenton N.J., who carries Mr.Codrington objected to.the change, oi prospective remuneration., Coffee: and ..pistols for .two-a new I I thousand look C I..nuts)crow and lisa washers saw,sawteeth wagon,Sx.file,pipeeutting sic, ver Ware etc. *-;,?, ; -

on; a large bat manufacturing business and moved that it be rescinded.Mr. Ex-Gov. Reed thou .ht with regard to : restaurant and shooting gallery is about about The three mill thusaad fa 50 feetby Jjoso 150.)acre two vfehoic Mario azh timber-land.;boiler. ,' ,.::.' "

contemplates I opening a hat Deane seconded the'notion. Mr. Cbeetbam's remark, that eo far, the being,opened on,Bay street. house 40 feet by So,containing S cylinder bir*.3 feet '. .
la that cttv PHOTOGRAPHS. b adt, eacIlid Su: thseegfn, II DIAMONDS. PEARLS AND pZK.C1OUI5TONESKTLN .
in Jacksonville coming Fall. Col. Hardee objected and said that he discussion had elicited a good deal of -That part of the city In the immediate so ladles by 4 icct stroke; fccd and re pump ol Lllakcs .' n-. ':* ;, _
store The Finest Picture ever takea ia the South largest sue,with jo feet of*H Inch rubber hose. FINE COLD. '
now .
thought the should information. culture in this Stale ._ ,
Society control. its Grape neighborhood of Mr. Clark' mill, J'-' ,*, 1 be aw-mOI contains two nix<6)fed orcu rs.with v

Centennial Tea Party.. financial arrangement he may say was yet in its infancy and bears evidences of much improvement. being, made. at -' the necessary edgere and Uutiog-oft saws,:& .J.rilwi
WOOD'S GAIJJDT.l The tug neariv completed,m bull of best cypress .
We lewn that preparations are mAkIng Mr.Adams said that the face of these he considered that the progress already I -The I lumber trade a! the Port; which with and live engine oak.jj 6*feet feet by hod s 1CI.an..pod,lo feet over att,it feet beam, hum it.grtee J 4,1'

centennial tea party and costume objections, the best way, he thought, to made was sufficient proof that with ;in* for- month has been order. Fae(7Eaaraia..a-' ; "--
a some unusually
for ? past Alt the mrtiffif '
nv chipery above-owmioned mm
I is of.lbs latest Mmwr. :;
b lI0 be, given soon alter len> meet the expenses incurred would be telligent cultivation, DOgreat danger of doll, is about to revive, several of our and most approved style and ready for. The real ::k.I; -
by private subscrlptlon.4zGov. pecuniary loss need be apprehended. BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS t tWO estate upon which the mill and appurtenance arc situate '
indications it promises to lumbermen, recived I wilt be sold the .
from present having recently ted conrpMe assortment of lumber dressed upon following terms, tot wit: "
well a novel aff'1r. Reed said that it was due to Mr. Jamison saidthat, solar as his ex end ( joo cash on cay of .and lbs balance one-fcunh Standard time by Chronometer >
be a brilliant as as heavy undressed mouWings,shingles etc.,at the Depot on delivery of tie deed,and the residue In eqnnl pay -- ,
. r himself and to.the Society of which he perience went, be found the, Concordand orden.Correcticm. Lumber Yard.. Orders to be delivered at landings on ments,three six and twelve months thereafter Mcurad med by transit' :H :: _
, the River by bond and mortgage,ftc. A* to remainder of the
receive attention.
The Gal Worka. was President, to make .an explanation.He Delaware kinds to succeed best, Address crpedal pruy. term. observations. .i;;" bt..t .

and that with him the Isabella Lovts J. Btcsa. HENRY C T7.UY.Ass, .
the -
was without -
assigned by
'contract for converting the 'JackBonrille Society, grape Earn NKW Sor/rn:-layottrlnraeof the*otb.m ,3-MJW ts Walnut itrict.Philadelphia Pa. F'iL,
his, knowledge or seeking to'be the was.a total failure. He would advise mow deserved compliment paid to Ac elegant entertainaeot ",4I 1
light works from rosin to A, K,PncrrM.stamp pas>sbc*. They are superior .ta.r-.Ca.aaAm'aim
gas works has bee made bearer 'of the ..memorial which -was presented no one to meddle with it. Thought the given by Mrs. H. O. Mayo it Ae Bufington to all otters. a.." OFFICE OF UGHT-HOUSE > ,; '-
coal J.'W&1
firsVcUss gas method House noticed, with real.regret that Che rending of
last month to the,State Legislature trellis system the best to prop : _
the contractor is now in New York the"gem of the evening"Cone with a handsome .. ENGINEER -
wd aid in fair vines with its being the NATIONAL BANK -l*
asking only
establishing expense ascribed '
and material. lie was to me, and that the praise Mr*. Mayo FIRST '
machinery ; Very sty Ladies'Ua at BVCX.Y'S.PRESH : .si
purchasing s.-ve4itci.
grounds. He presented the memorial fault he found witht. fully merited br'that..W tUen to me. I beg I'f
at an early day and the work OF FLORIDA., f Eon WEST, FtA., March 1$.1873.f .
will return under pressure from the ,Society, considered Mr. Bidwell trained his grapes altogether lo say that I was only one of the fevered"looker onin ) The *ide-rWe stoamtr ARBUTUS bdcmmg to ARRIVAL ::
will be pushed forward to completion I Vienna," adcntly .appreciating while oqoyuig Mrs.Mayo' JACKSONVILLE.n th*U.S. Li&b&.U_ Fstahlishment.will be told by ,- i'b
It a legitimate charge, and now on the dingle stake system. He great of words public aiic _,Iheijtkdiyof April. ,1873,at Key
power Towing so characters S
ffmtifmml Bank tmtfcrmtim tluSUtt.,. .J
delay. Wcst.Fla. '
.. thai the, bill stands receipted, he should thought he could get more out of themin and scenes were before. me, abtoaGties. My regret ''The steamer draws WJeet water when Lilly coaled. to. S :.i t.

of Schedule. never accept a dollar from any man. this way than on a trellis.' The stakes 1 U only lessened by the fact that ia correcting the Exchange on Savannah and New York sold,and Eichangvoa and b registered lOA tons. Womld mak a good a ,
Change error I am enabled by this means to testify to deep aU Northern point bought tug. ferry. ,or small rr"OJCer. Farther In CENTLEUENS'FAL: AND WTStlX W1A25 ,
The amount claimed included the of cost little or nothing, while the trellis my formation may he had on application m person,or by .
The Atlantic Gulf& West India Transit pay. admiration of Mn. Mayo's rare gifts,and 10-express AT, CURRENT RATES letter,at this Office. JAKED SMITH.. It1DUCDIG1J..1.: .

Company's railroad made a change eight men to remove a wild orange tree system is expensive. the will,and hope that at an cari*day the public may ,. Major of Engineer,Engineer;th L H.District FRENCH. ENGLISH GERMAN reaLly' r'' .

from bs! residence to the National Hall! Col. Miller, of:New York said he have an opportunity_of nenuOy seeing the pictures she DIRECTORS AND STOCKHOLDERS: SWA AND AMERICAN FABRICS,1J; '
of schedule last Thursday which willpwtly and F.-ri, B_, ,
10 beautifully forcibly
this during the last meeting of the Slate thought the jvlre trellis used i in the poftJ'a"L Joint Crack, I Esq.. G., & W. I.T.COVs.RAl O.w. .:1bSCICJI
in ;
travel section. Yours with M.
facilitate respect, IGL Ron 'F.Eo SmnrDv..A AS
lime-table will be found in our Fruit Growers' Association, and an item North particularly in the State of New PHILO RBWNCTDH Esq., C.A. FAJXCMIUV McLeAn EIq.J.q.., ., /l' '
The new flog FINE BROADCLOTHS .mnts.: VEJT-.t
SAM'I. RdmcroM, Esq.. DAMOM .. _
of twelve dollars expended in York would suit here. It G..IIJrL&ArEsq .
advertisements. presentingthe was adoptedby REPUBLICAN TICKET. W.C.5Qvrus. Isq. W.M. BOTW CK.}!iiq.cptessber FERNANDINA INGS AND GENERAL FURNISHING. ,
KEYS. ftat
I GooJ. :
memorial of the society to the State the principal grape growing company i6. 1874. ""-17 .tW stort ml .

Thanks. Legislature last month. These, with in the State of New York, and ..*-PETER JONES. : 'CAIXCSOtTK' : BARAT1EK. :,;:: t

The ladies of Zion M. ,E. Church de- other incidental expenses, were incurredin gave 8nBral'satisfACtion. .lUcUr &. P. fOODY.A.THOS Femudlaa. aiasyi._.. _.UATB.4 4S-Aaanrc.. _LiAV**. Merchant Tsflor, .. *

seeking' to ,advance the interests of ;. LANCASTER. Ca11aIwa_ .6S- 7'"6 4. 2 : Laora Sam.just. Bay Sto**. 1h
thanks the
tire to return to the Society and not by private'extrava ,,.-C. FRIDENBERG. GRAND CONCERT, Baldwin 7 y>- 9 oo_ 7 y __ 9 ooCainesvithr : iii ia jACKSONVILLE,FLA,
tha liberal IDA ,AXD JTEW YORK. 5urlLc1O 56II oa..ro ri31 r
Jacksonville for patronage /.UA-E. FORTUNE. .
n __ of-.it *.__
extended to the Old Folks' Concert given gance. It was humiliating to,him to be In view of the condescension of theN AUXTMCM. Civenby Ardtcr........._- a _y* a ..7J 00-5 -T 05 03BronsoB. Fine black dress coats and ncy neck wear atFORSALE. Bttdkyn.tt

insulted! in this manner and when next First H'-, -W., T. HODGES, PATRICK P. MRS. S. I. BRIDGE 305-3"-331)1) 1 '"
Yore and Fernandina ,
on the 19th for the benefit,of the w Steamship Cedar Keys'_ S 53-p.- 3 33p..m. :
he entered the Society's he CROLLY. ,. -r
church. The amount realized was $09. meeting Line, in placing the steamer Rockawayon 4rJ-A.COKOON BARTOLO Aiditedbr cone norm.AHITX. [
as a citizen and not as their StfnJ" JONES The Leas and Lota|,rlm
came private LKATB. AUtTK., UATL improvements oa two Ory
In the St. Johns river, to be ultimately A. THEBEAUT.Tlurd MRS S G. GEEGORV.Scpnno. Cads Keyi._.;.. .a.to...ii. 8 15.._. a. m ..ia p : the town of LavOla.about Ai

Old Point Comfort. President. intended as a connecting medium be. U'trm-W. SIMONDS: T. A.WILLSON. MR. G. W. HERBERT. VioCn. Bronson ._ ._to .43io so__ r..ie 31 ONE-HALF MILE FROM JACKSONVILL F.O-s.
Archer _.
------ II -ti _
Go,' Reed then vacated the Chair 35.M..S j t 30
Tourists will learn of a very pleasant tween here and the New York boats at r/-J.J.HOLLAND.F.FRANKLIN. MR. EMIL SAUNGF.R. Cello. Gainesville_ .J 54 I z.... I 57- 04 The place b fenced ia with board fence six SMK S
and Mr. Bid well was appointed to pre MR. H. T. WARNER Viola. Starke-_. s6- oa_ 3 '---3 34 high; cootain a .
halting place oa their journey back to Fernandina as ,soon as paying cargoes WIlL-\RD'S HOTEL MR. CI. TROWBRIDGE. Basso Baldwin........._....4 30- 5 isU S co_ S '$ -S t '
6 3J 643-- 6 ,
35- 41Pernanrfina
their homes by reading the advertisement side.Mr. between the points shall have been received We tavtte the attention of the people going North to ,_ S 40_._p. S 40.__ p. ;
of the Hvgica Hotel at Old Point Adams regretted that anything ofa -Mr. Deane, of East Jacksonville Wfflanr H
personal character should be introduced begged to offer a resolution on the best Hotels in the country e>xantly finished electric METROPOLITAN FERNANDINA.web Steamer dry Point from FRUIT TREES AND GRAPEVINES. .'. -
Comfort. VA. The historical association into the and that beBs.baths e1eva&o,.ctc.,.nd situated near&e Presi.dent's -' Charleston and Savannah Mondays at 4 a. ca.;steamer '
and the facilities for rpendfng a meeting, hoped subject. acsioii. and fronting Pennsylvania* Avenue. Dictator fron Charleston and Savannah.Thursdays at Ffum one to*ix years old.- WB W sold'ry cheap.
Mr. Codrington would rescind his mo 3.5451 MARCH ts.-mirh.ccamcr Urns Baker, from baTanoah, 'I ALSO A GOOD BUGGY T '
_ MONDAY EVENING 29. 1875. .
few days pleasantly make this point Ex-Gov. Reed suggested the propriety *, Mondays at 6 a. rj far x
tion. He hoped that members would ANNOUNCEMENT.By those points on Friday at I a. nuAt In inning order. For farther parrlnnar enajarc o -. '
well worth a vjsii by northern bound of the Committee on Transportation BALDWIN.with J.P &U.R.R, the of the bill the of r4it'ad I 5
see necessity meeting by request maay taxpayer an H. STEETSKAMP .::1. .
first themselves into communication soorffle at 4:07 m : far JacKMnviBe at yja. B.
tourists. putting myself ns a nixiMite for re-elcaioe. to the ot GMNESVILLk.
private subscription and trusted that the PROGRAMME. At with in-weekly stage line lot TAILOK.'J't -
with the owners of the Rockaway, fice of Cry Tax CoOector. I Tampa; with stage line for Ncwnansvflle. Tuesdays '
will wben the Or at the ofio of the NEW SOUTH':
Lecture on Florida time, come arrangementsof PHIUT Watrnt.' I ., and Fridays. IM3B >
the Society could be carried out without for the purpose of making a satisfactory I At CEDAR KEYS with steamer to and from Ne* S -
)Ir. Codrington. editor of the Florida freight schedule, and in case of mutual AT THE WEST END 1 PARTIut Orleans every Saturday. Wiih steamers from Key Tine Business Suit at BUCKYS. :. ,
introducing subjects) of a personal West and Tampa. Fridays; from these places.Thursday -
Jigriculturiii, will deliver a lecture this agreement, report the result to the So H. fehrenbacn Propriefir will be found the choicest .'.- SYMPHONY.(Adaglo-Aflcgro.3cc&erea *, With Steamer Cool.from Tampa Sundays: far
evening at 8 m. at the Metropolitan nature. liquor in the city. Imported BaY Ale Choice Milwaukee Piano 4 haod>.VioOa aad Cello. Tampa Monday With Steamer Wawcnock.frouSowaiiaee I MPORTANT EVERYBODY ;
p. ,
Mr. Codrington said be was willing to ciety.Mr. Bottled Lager,Beer,Ale. Bcl ut Ginger Ale. Mr*.S. I. Eddie Mrs S.G. Gregory. Mes The Fruits and Fodder' Plants D. E. MAXWELL .
Hall on I bert and SaIing.r.s.BASSO 1 .
Bidwell said be saw no objectionto and wines of all kinds. Scappemong Wine*prime ;
5-13 .Superintendent. If whit snide in f
rescind motion. yoa a gemine me. Cicu,
adapted to Florida. The lecture will in the resolution's being put. He, for article for invalids n specialty. Liquors'for. country SOLO. 'eo .

geoaral be a rttumt of that delivered It was moved by Mr. Jamison that intended the trade and family use constantly on hand. u-sd i Mr. C. I. Trowbridge.jl PROCLAMATION. Wines Liquors&c go MIf .. ;
occ, to support ,
the whole matter be laid the table '
on J. LTOGIt.
oa the 11th inst, and will be Illustrated even supposing be ,had to pay' double ATLANTIC COAST LINE-PASSENGER DE :VIOLIN SOW, (6th Air) ? JV Btrri MAYOR'S OFFICE 4',. '.: ,
by remarkable specimens of f fruits and which was unanimously adopted.Mr. freight between here and New York. PARTMENT.WrtsinoGTON Mr.G.}.Herbert. JacxsoBTiLU. ". March Dt,1875. .- .. J. .""tt."ui''. l.'

cereals. Adams presented the following ,N.C.,March nt,1875.Tne -SOPRANO SOLO- '..'_.--X.u.nI Notice b hereby given to the qualified electors of the .t."- -J&t -,..
(This remark called forth quite a hearty City of Jacksonville that the Annual flrctinn far dry wish w take sensation imBJliwds. s-I .
-- amendment to the Constitution of the attention of the North-bonnd Travelers b invited When the Tide Comes In. officers far said city will be held on. JOB p.. AJ ,

, Musical. Society: That the annual meeting of response--several members intimatingtheir 10 the fact that, commencing Maeck the sd, 1875,entirely Mrs.S.G.Gregory. .go lo J.B TOGNI-S Saloon.Bay.t ,.::' ,
intention of supporting the company new Parlor- and Drawing-room Cars,built cx- MONDAY.;THE FIFTH DAY OF APRIL 1875. -
! "We full this Association shall be held on the 50-VIOLONCELLO'. ,SOW. (A. Concerto) S-I
print in mother column paN fur the service and furnished with due regard to S
at all hazards.) c./tn; Between the hours of S o'clock n,m and sunset of said -
programme of the concert to be given second Saturday in April in each year. comfort and elegance win IUD'0:1 aU daily train between h.Elan Sanapl'. day,far the fallowing offices: 'i OBaa.

Laid over under the rules one week. Mr. Deane then moved the 'adoption Wilmington N. C., and PortsmoBtn Va.,'Indirect Imported *Ale OB draught. CaB for M at J.. .' _
S. I. One Mayor.
Bridge at Metropolitan communication with of (C PIANO SOLO Lucreria __-hSY
magnificent steamers Borgia <
FLORIDA AS A FIELD FOU GRAPE CUL- of the following resolution which was One City '.at the Metropolitan BZHard SaJoaL' ..l1
Hall! the evening of the 29th ,
on Line
Monday the Bay ; .5II.S.LBridge.TRlUBavcaole. I : One Assessor. ..i

&. The selections\ exhibit a fine TCnE. unanimously carried : Scale or conrpartmenU can be secured by telegraph 7.- ___ Ftu.* One One Treasurer.Collector. ss-Ja tJ;

taste and good judgment which put The subject of the adaptability of the 'WIIKREAS In the interests of the to the undc&gncd.or by application to conductors Piano VioEn and Cello :ODe City ManhaLNmeAUeracn. Boots aad Shoes neat and dnrabk at BUCKVS. j
foreshadow die ability which will mark State fur successful grape'cultiration, fruit-growers" and vegetable gardenerson upon night trains north upon Wilmington,QJimiK* & Mr*.S.I. Bridge MauL Herbert and Salinger.PARTI -

then entered the St. Johns river that the'owners Augusta Railroad. By ordinance passed by Coy Council approved by SHOP. ; ; .
was upon. CARRIAGE
the performance. We arc pleased to of the steamer Rockaway have now put Staterooms and berth upon the Bay Line steamers ', the Mayor March ut,1875. the votes will be cast by 4
learn Mr. Adams began the discussion by can be secured application to conductor*of day Wards aad no person will be allowed to vote cIa > :
that before playing her piano solo Jacksonville in lose connection with GEORGE LEA, f
ia the which he
ward in IiYa.'The
the Wumington &Weldon !. registered .
train Railroads or
The Dying Poet Mrs. Bridge win read saying that thiS forty specimens of grapes Northern cities, only awaiting a paying by rdqt upoci m 10 the Badasigned. : : Book Registration are now open at the Coy CARRIAGE MAKER,<'

grown by Mr. Bid well, at'bis place on cargo of our productions to invite her A. i.-TRIO -,-:Troratore-_VtrJi Han ia charge the Oty Cferk from 9*.m,to 3 p.m, J
by T. Lee illustrative of POPE.
poem Creek bad led that gentleman to make regular trips from the up-river Piano Organ aM Cello. Given under my hand and the Corporate Seal of throf COR. WASHINGTON ADAMS STREETS aJACKSONVILLE. '
PotUburg General Passenger Agent
the theme. to Fernandina therefore be it 33' Mrs.S. rjBndge.;Messrs. Herbert and Safinger. the City Jacksonville this the first day of March.A .
country ; }
., to believe that even on poor land, -D. 1875. FLORIDA '- >
Resolved That the Duval County Agricultural COUNTRY FIRMS PROMPTLY SUPPLIED READING-Poea by Anhcr T.Lee,SUustrat- 3-3 tde PETER JONES Mayor. ,. -It
Large MaiL the best quality grapes can be grown, and Horticultural Society recommend With the best Groceries in the Market by Wm. Rich. .,4 win buDd ia firu-das sty Ve. Carriages Bag and "

We are informed that the largest mail such as Black Hamburg and'Di .. Indeed the Rockaway to the patrunag for cash. _- to-si tf PIANO SOLOThe Dying Poct-c.tuc GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS Light Wagons. ..

that was ever received in tills ckj. ar- as an idea ot what can be done lu <* of the fruit-growers on the St.Johns NOTICED Mrs.S.I.Bridge Repairing-neady done. Come and see my wwk., -
river and its tributaries ieeling entire -TRIO.(Andaatc)-Serenade__.Jeirthewen ;
under adverse BUCK will pledge to eQ Clothing,Gentlemen'Underwear 3.
tired labt raising even CLARK
It grapes, very ,
Sunday morulng. ,
purported confidence in the of her officers aad -
Viola.Viotut CeOo.Messrs.
integrity *
Overcoats Coverlets
Blankets Talons
! to be an accumulation of five days1 circumstances, Mr. Adams begged to and a certainty that any freight entrusted .Trunks,Valises Suit and Far Hats and*myriad .Herbert Warner and Salinger. J.OHN FORWARDING !

,, mails that bad been detained in North call the attention of the Society to a vine will be handled with the utmost care, of other articles too numerous to mention at wry Irmfrictt. 4-DUETT.-SONG(Soprano aad Basso)!.E* .., 1 Hating completed av cngnslre sew mil in conwr : .

Carolina by a change in the gauge of grown by Mr. Wilson, at his place'on and transhipped with the greatest dis .t-irf Friar and Syren. I I' urD' ,kind{on with of fcntkhlBg my farmer material aco. I am sad prepared a*BrackeB,lo ttmisfc BahnMn.nil.j

one of the Railroads. Bay street which was really a splendid patch. NO RING! LOW PRICES HONESTY Mrs. S.'G.Gregory,Mr G.W. Herbert' :Plaza Column -.ScwB Saw w..1.adI.
And be it further resolved. That the COMMISSION M ER C H AN T Flooring Planed.Tongued and Grooved and Beaded ifdesired.
It arrived i at thu Post Office in this city spetioM and yielded largely, and as far Committee on Transportation be requested I*the motto at Rich's emporium. *otf 5o-CUND DtTO-Lnciaa-: Dt Byrd I Weather Board.Pt,tliil or s.-- Xdrcd. .
I Dred Rough desocd. Pick of all surs.,
or a
Piano and Violia.
: At 10:36 a. m.. and through the diligent as he ka w4 the only manure it receivedWAS to use every exertion to make a FAITH HOPE AND CHARITY.The .AXD DULZK INROcERIEO either Dreaed or Rough.many qoaotfty. Duos ned'

1 exertions a! the whole Post Office force ajo occasional douche of soap suds Hatisfactory freight schedule with said last but not least i r.bund by baying gtuccitc Mrs.S. I Bndse Mr.G.W.Herbert PROVISIONS. GRAIN ,.Window a word Casing everything Picket in the of every htmoet and fine mrjrIn the'pse.bolder

steamer and report the same, to this from Rich.' lo-at tf 6.:-TRIO.(Roado-L'O.gsrss..Jf.iyd. .
with two extra hands in all or some kitchen stuff. The variety of want My Machine arc all new and th* hantt
seven SEGARS. &c.
was Association. Mrs.S.L Bridge.Messrs. Herbert and Salinger. patterns and arc oed by slOW wo arn. Call aM .
,*11 l distributed( ready for delivery at grapes /uc table purposes, which can BEST BEEF IN THE MARKET. Sole for satisfy >-na.1O price wwbeft. parrhasinK efa*.
thanks the Chairman ended ,Agents Florida for I satisfaction in workmanship
A of to an
rote i gnaraauc
12:55. It raised ia the North under glass Weighing 473 Ibs. wOl be sold fur ten cent per pound '
was considered very rapid t&uljbe !. well ac qa ofaileriaLcytf fl
the proceedings.f at the Famou* Tennessee Eeef Soils,south end. f. AvcrOl'sChenucal Paint,and -- ,.ALEX..WA11.
.'ork, by those engaged in it, bt Jjfce aauU P"Jbere ia Ib .open air from two TICKETS i: ol" Tor*ak siC L.Mather&c.'. -'- ;
the market. Alo.Sausage Meal*o cent per pound; wb scaDa7 be reserved. 3-M atl" i I' :White''*Patent Mooey Drawer f?
.,' heritable delay in distributing five large IM tOM oweks ouiver than in the North. The Excursion to Palatka. Pork,-tj cent per pound. c... Sum.aaJ tl. AaaSfor't' -- / : I \U 'i"t milE JACKSONVILLE ; 'f 4.- t

bags of news-papers caused the usual He also expected to see the experimentof'making _ | E HYGEIA HOTEL, fSTiAMsa .1 '- ,-4

diuatislaction outride. raisins from grapes grown The final arrangements for this excursion GREAT EXCITEMENT : ,'-' LIZZIE, BAKER.. : : .
r't_ her;. A, .common, complaint against are now complete. The Lizzie Barker Over the political canvas,but greater ever Rich'* OLD P0 IN, 'TCOMFQRTVA. VOLUSIA.AM : c' : _
splendid Maortment'ogmcrTcsFURNITURE. -
Our Lnmtermtu.lXLCtN many of the specimens of our grapeswas will leave, Clark'. wharf 10 a. m. The attention Nonhean tourists i Ia called to the
of home of south cast
returning by
advantages way STAB'LES
CO'S. BUILDERS' FUE3UI1- this-that when ripe, or nearly so, to-morrow, returning following day. JnceIY from the schooner. McDonald over Virginia and taking a rest at the intermediate Point. Ya Brunt&Bro'..Sailing Packets. ; !, .

IXG MILL. it was impossible to save them, several In addition to the"coneert to be given Ten Thousand Dollars worth of Furniture,'in such variety THE HYGEIA HOTEL, FT MONROE, ,FROM NEW YORK. .

The original mill, formerly known as kinds having to, be gathered in a sheet to-morrow evening at Parkhurst's Hall!. and style a* wOl suit the demands of Jl, at OLD POINT COMFORT VA. tw36'BaJ'; Street.JadsowvJ'1*JTorida' : C.B. McCLINNY. PO TWTOKotlte .- :,

the property of A. C. Small was or in some other inconvenient,av. but Palatka, the passage up and down the Northern prices with freight added. Call aad cu.- Tickets vim Seaboard and Roanoke Railroad win allow "'.
pur.d1ued lee,at the oU stand south side of Bay street between to be cm at Norfol*. Portsmouth or Blankets and Coverlet of every lint and quality at
music .t
call attention river will i J be enlivened from passengers
oy t. ,
be wUbed their to Aa
.- by the present proprietors in to a Pine and Laura. streets.Jacksonville.t Fort Monroe Va. By claiming baggage oo S. ft R. BUCKYS.W hgrven HARTRTcGE to rnepubHe-t n J 9-
1868 of the Scuppernong the brass and string bands.' In view ot Kaifaoad and having tt checked to ron Monroe there lbs welMinowB STAPLES. ybeIto& '
and entirely remodeled as abuild- specimen .grape ,jo tf C..Lmucstoii. will I not be tile least truubkorcntif>isioa.andfromtneicpoints & WHITLOCK. the METROPOLITAN HOTEL. aad'e..a i 1
raised Jbj Mr. Eichelberger of Marion apprehension how felt by intending they will have the choice two fersKdass route .
furnishing mill. Tie-present establishment FREE LUNCH. 5ioccessor Time. A.WiltonGRAJN AND.
10 lie middle aad Am to the New England State* ; : to A VERY LARGE STOCK OF HORSES >
consists of planing', moulding eCJ nty It has none of the faults peculiar excursionists as to the, difficulty of procuring Kanck i*the name but m*blank the place. Fresh MULES FOR s.u.Lf '
TRRMS|3.oo per di-y Jiy.so per aALmfll ,
crolUaw ana turning .machinery for to many others, and will keep for ,sleeping accommodations at Pa Philadelphia and'Milwaukee Lager Beer on Draught. 5. towflIedktaibcIrr.iI1 H0 -';
advance. AcidraaH.'J'HOLBUi. Those
tnaufucturing rul. months after having been picked. The latka on Thursday night we have been Free lunch from it tits o'clock."'The best of Bquors Rooms engaged .Proprietor. .JFLOUR, AND FEED. vantage to tIaidaJ'c.*nMne this unuaoaOy large and auzacuv. r
house-building mat only, kept ac"Henry Retreat, Bay street west uf -S4 6aa Old Point Comfort.Va, .ctocV.adapted W aU BSCS. 1 aa also recemnjA "-co -
'fif every description. The stock of product; is enormous, as 1 am tofrrmed MWtxscted to say.that ample 'arrange Laura. : ..rI > Ii..rh', '1';

b iIders vina has yielded thirty-five ments hue been made by the hotel proprietors HOUSE. COMPLETE OUTFIT or : --
a single 1
furnishing materials on hand IT WILL MAKE YOU LAUGH. :MANSION: cORN MEAL,,HOMINY. CRACKED ,- .c :

fa the most extensive oi Its kind in the bushels. What *r0 peed BOW is sound ,there to meet any .emergency' Just received at Brnefinr* Restaurant 10 cues fine PORT ROYAL, S., C- t BUGGIES PHAETONS A DY': -

&ate including and lum- advice to make grape are in Floridaa that may arise lm_.old Topu Sherries: 3 cases Imported Hungarian CORN.. RYE .)MEAL. GRAHAM : ,, h ,

***, rough planed successful enterprise The following programme for the Tokay: j cases Swiss Vermouth; 5 cases Swiss The NEW CITY situate on the South Atlantic i coast VtOUR.CRACKED- Wi!:AT.&. OTHER CARRIAGES I.,;; ,:j .
turnings mouldings, brackets. Absinthe: to case Santerne. Constantly on hand the and at the terminal of Ihe Port Royal KaUrondThe
*roll-taw work achitcctnral ,designs Mr. Smith, of Panama, said that the concert' at Palatka has been furnished delicious Saippenoeg Wine noted at ChattahoochecAy great desideratum. so lung n-fuircd there hi now developed. SCROLL SAWING & WOOD, TURNING" ofthchteststyha ,

Affront and internal d&uratlons. rived molt of his experience in raising the us for publication : Got ,. sa-cjtf Respectfully the Soperintendent"undcrsTgned..lately FOR. LIVERY SERV1CI ). j
TART ", of Angu *.Ga..announce that on the sjihiast.shc TO ORDER. :,
aDd Delaware aDd Hartford kinds on black FINE CHAMPAGKkS. ,
sawed fencing will opa dac -
shingles '
cypress .
wkkhwaibefttnibkol k kAT
( it Symplio.yAdasIoA&aBcstbove. / '
ButcrkU plain and ornamental laths jack land, was tbithat altogether they fuoo bur hawk.Viol .. Just received.30 case Imported Champagne of the NEWLY CONSTRUCTED AND NEWLY FUR- Wood Sawed Split, and Deliveredby ; I
.. Violoncello Sato. Pral. of TxartSchubert. brand oI'U_',. Moet ft Chandon.Pommery(see). JUSHW THE SHORTEST NOTICE ') ,
fruit and vegetable crates and outside did fracy well on unreclaimed soil in his j- B ul.SaIo-Soec- Rodercr, Ddmonico'* Piper & ."leek. ErnestClroyftCo. : Cord or Load.. :. l -
deeoratjjg> 4l4nlctJet to make the crop a profitable 4. VM4l I Sola-..&b.Alr.DcBcriot. .. hug ft Co. ta quartS.,pIMa and naif 'MA.NsIoN, and on'th* : .,
rorc j generally. ,Asa! sue, 5. SopmcoSolo Orpheus with hi*Uuf.........Sallivaa ,
Solo Lucrczia .,, .. *..., tiIiaIebyibsceeser1nttIeat -p Ross*Block,Bay Street,opposite pur,Mill and Whar -
etlal\I(l Q1-eaierp.&e. mainly built npJ O, It needed stimuLants, and be confessed 6. -Piano- *- P"-fi ? For private and transient boarders iConideX of her < ,.' > MOST REAirONABLE TERMS. : -

the that be did not know what kind PART1US. as-cut Btrr----- Il"TAV&UT. aUlity, from put, experience, she will catousry .CXSOiflU.Z.FLA.
skill of the proprietors...tbemlTe ... air and -
-: Violin and Cello- Adae'.o consult the comLrt of ,who may pazaciso. at '
** Duett_ and Basso Friar.j. PRIVATE BOARD. dM most 6a vcsabIc. Ti < Wlfcr. 11-06 t, w.'..mocit
skilled mechanics, beUerlHua- M>.adopt, although potash was favorably ;, Soprano -Sysen and icy-s APi. BUSSE.' ur G. N. BltITTAUUIAat.: ..
Cello Solt-Av Maria GeaDo4. with ,
A few person can be accommodated good board and Manager awl wiB 1s. nt th.s..T
fc*Hon of the recommended to him He should be Sole. Scotch Air. Dated March 13.1J7J- 3-s45f.
of machine madeko Soprano ,. '
growth 4. to the subscriber the J ready lo aUQd n>aQ Vtsoea aypmnrmng so -
Ja a quiet famtly by applying ,at t PLUMBING .
for Duo-Violin and C-fl"- : __ Dud& : &Jt_.__ C B. ilcCLtNNYv; tc ,
lumber, can be offered than the thankful to any gentleman present a t. Trio-Rondo r(1DprH< caoKT of Cotar fend Beaver s-reets. Sept.16.fSr*. 'zL .

proportions aqw assumed by an ,estabwkich little information on the'. .;; Asa ,411 c_ W.STKUOX. LOST. ANDCOPPERSMITHINGJ: Dryat T.- .

LbmeQt ia a fev jean has been Northern man, be could raise A 'crop of -The excarsionloPalatka to-morrow, OH. MY At the'wharf of.the steaiaer STARLIGHT. coThursday $5 .c $201'w AddiqaG.Svinoi'&Ce. ."
the ttth :
frmDtorned i from a mere river workShop apples ,or peaches without seeking advice sofa!as the music II concerned,'will bea Jc .alBett4irfR/3a
but 'the subject) of offered the citizens of impomei French brandy,fIllS of the vintage ONE BLACK.LEA TIlER BAG ..i.-.J' ami PAPERS FROM IT. :
,. Perhapl' most complete es- from anyone on treat rarely to in the most manner; *epeetfiiUy oBcit ALL QUOTE ,?
1777 and tJjo. Tbi II highly, urnaiuaiJul tat In
ant. or 1t kind ta titt State. grape cnlture, be required considerableecbooling. Jacksonville.! Several of the artists engaged ftIi.k.H' ojtf- coat"I 1 a. few ankle of und.rdoth ng and .1 the,patronage of the pnbUo THE DETROIT FREE PRESS. *
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have made_ ,prominent ..reputations had it at the time. Natiooal Hotel Check "
OJLT Th bag *a" Orders lerX at.POEBINB GUN SB )P, or at Mrx r f *
The.editor of thought the for themselves in the American Number*t. ,- "j ': ,c ;; -. f -- -t*.t.ot" : Y TttftKxdictQf&mayBewspaperSkfuILof ratwc rirf .
of the Florida AgricuUur Mr. Mother* nave done,i4 W emwiac vhat Qca '. : I. ,' ; .- '- .''* M, Mahonj'* BUduaUb, hop will iccetvc :news llteromc.bra rrns;kctckcs spicy paragraphs. '

lilt wniln'iatare exhibit, at hit officer best plan to adopt to meet the 'requirements musical -world-one of-the violinists inart1calar Bargains can be obtain**!.and with greater la.,._ A SUITABLE REWARD, ;",." :" ., '. ,'" ,: ,..,.,-iili .e c. ar4 Cavht fa*. 5 > ciVw 5z'a Tr.

:;; ; on Bay street, remarkable specimens! off of Mr.Smith's ..land would be, to having ,*.*tatu second to pII.Polite and email attentive tt. calctmen TaeGaiaxSorisaa n wait .erery Pa.sss.sac I win_t:s paid'N' ,, ,' .- .'" '!plaipaica.. A E"IR017. nu;' PRISS. 1rtv.

, 4 'toiu and cerealt' wniuUOa State. Hg a trench thirt/inches deep and place verj f.w on this Continent. ," i'4' ,'", .- .' ..N '- '"''If.". -.: ,' .:', .: -.' :' ._, -' :- p.S431rAti4 -.. "} '!I at41t. .....t, }' .Wf'a.J- .. '., n.,4.J-j;: "\ ;' ': .".; ,;. t 'N" } ..; ;.:.JktftbWIcb.t'a .'i' .
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4 ,. --:--- :', THE NEW SOUTH: SgMI: -\V .EKLY4l' JACKSONVILLE' WEDNESDAY/MARCH' 24, 1875. .' -'"

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: ,' Every rule his its exceptions, 'but EAICNEY'S : : ... 'jotJ,'. ,{ ,:> > : I ',:i ?l:1tJ.. I [ .. t ..;.:.1 .'{ &".'In .I...:.. .. : 0 ,
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lawsof instiotcs? in wild '- p .'- .. ," '"11.1 II ( 'j;. ", .., 1.. > '<<: T. :. AND...iREAL.;ESTATE EXCHANGE.

: ceptionstothe : 4'I. .. .: :,, 1 .t. .: .. .
FLUID EXTRACT I .- : ; ., r.'," f',;; ;,1 : :.; ;' n v"1..t:4"" i'S' I .
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animals. Nature teaches them to ; -. c' : 0.. C1IC4IOV5tCd31uiy6tha4.!
4s avoid poisonous plants in feeding but .. ,'" ..' rl' ; : + /.S to E r\7 "E: : b" .'H'E.'il :'R" ; : :: V"ii; ; 1 .: o. .- -
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the following shows that the teaching B U CH.TJlTheonl7inownrem.dyfor D'jV\ 1.5.D'.RE W. I. IJ"#,'1'_. .... \ Jfl< ; >> jc.-. '. OFFICE IN LOVERIDCE-S BUILDING.
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is not always infallible : . .';t-,:!. I3. '...... .: .i "I 1 I i ,* f" *. '. 0 { .JACIWIL .j
: In districts in California there --4- '> "'."_- -j-1. ; or. '.i '..t-: Hf ) .',JI. .- the raw of Mtta and three-tenth two
; ; some S ," I. ,.. ,, S IIIT lntCt a per cent.(or cents per day o f ioa)
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J 0 : 0 annually, which shall have remained three months '1--1.
"I' upon deposits or more!I.the Bank, r
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;t is a plant called the "rattleweed"Y4 according 0 PARLOR'SUfTS.'M .*.* I cannot anderttand how you can Sell good* so much cheaper than we c:80'buy at home, Uan expression to the of the Depositor. . t'a WlyLOANS.
the San FranciscO Chronicle CHAMBER SUITS. EwddaU7aaGREENLEAF'bJCelryStors. 'The answer.; U this:. He buys.directly of the pp
; to BRIGHT'S DISEASE, '.,. <: ., .; .......; Ii' / ; i ..-AH money*received O oepe lt shal be Invested la first mortgages o real and personal nmm j_

; producing the most destructive : ., --:.;.., this State of at least double the\'alu.o In oe ample. ctcIUo', f

c effect upon the mental and physical And'a positive remedy for, ,.. 0.... ': M AN'U FACTU.RERS 0 and1
; : RI ETATL-Thii corporation will act purchase real estate the
a tlr& 'a or
health of horned cattle. Toe rattle- i' : : of and ; 0 i
GOUT GRAVEL STRICTURES, MOSQUITO BARS & FIXTURES i.., .. .' ,.... .. t' .. .; ', I'L l management estates .property. ,I aert .
,: weed grows to the height of about DIABETES Thereby saving one profit.and sens at a sma'l. advance above cost. There Is pot a jewelry store North ot South JAMES PAINE. :? SAM'-LSPEARING.! ;" ", JONAThAN

:: eighteen' inches, and bas a leaf similarto DYSPEPSIA, .;.. ..:..:.... .! where goods ottheiame'quality are told at a. \low prices n at Greenleaf's.-where. is now bei.(t opened an immense i. President, ';r .': .' .f. Vicc.'resIdet.j.! ; C CREELZY.T :
NERVOUS DEBILITY stock of'goods usually kept In a firM-claw jewelry establishment .A 1 are Invited to call'and compare v _
that of the lupine. It has an immense ,'' prices GreenleaTs transit tnne n acknowledged to be the standard.: Observations taken daily with Blisses Improved :, 0 ';: .i J''i:.. ...,; "'"j .' 0 } .< ',, ';....,.. .
DROPSY, < Transit-the transit In the State.: ,Chronometers repaired and ratod. > .' ':, '' ,'.
DREW only .. .
number of which of DAVIS & %: 0 ,
:, : : pods, are alight I Ps .. >; \."i '.i- .t_, .- ..- 0 5
I. .: brown character when ripe, and NON-RETENTION URINE OR INCONTOfENCE OK' Parlor Suits. corner:.' of Chambe Suits. The Best ,6f 'W orkm I. Employed' and, SATIS" -:ACTION -, STATE; .COUKTXAND"J: :J.CITY SCRIP: SOLD- '
i : of a thre;.slded form, like the:, Brazil OR IRRITAIIONz.lNrLAMA1'ION.-. Parlor Chamber : j .., .. ,. T.tCt. T"Rn

: nut. Suits. BAY AND LAURA. STREETS Suits. ,.1: : ,. .,z!/ .. ,. ," i ,. 'c f '. ; .! {
Parlor "Chamb "' 0 GUARANTEED. 0 ,1 f I' "
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: The effect of this weed when eaten BLADDER AND KIDNEYSSPERMATORRHOEA Suits. JACKSOKTILLB. FLA. SUMS S 1. '
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t : by animals is to produce insanity, or I .. iii.1' 0 0' : : ,
".." 'All-Kinds JewelryManufactured.' : 'IIIEt\:: ;; ]ELSTIT1\.TE.] '
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; to speakS more accurately, appears -. 0 t.l. ; ,r "
and Engraved jonlStone'Gold; a'nd'Si.fV "Ii. :) ;
I : . Monograms Cut .
and their instincts ;
to Defog :
derange" .
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4; Leucon-TMZa,or'Whites, Diseases of the l'rostrti. EXAMINE OUR tARGE .STOCK..j ; Endless,variety,of.TOYS and HO t AY'GIFTS:fJij"; '-' ::. '. *- ,' ., ., :. if! "'<*! ..' .
f.-: and judging from their actions, fills Gland,Stone to tha BUdder,Cotcutui.Gravel, Brick- ... ,. .O.-S L. IT TUBFLORIDA' .
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St'. them with delusions. When thus af. i dust Deposit and Mucus or"Iilk).Discharges.K.EAR < .- .-.j : -; 0 .rt ': i. 'o ; ,. .
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fected them die but whether ; BANKtAN'I
many of ; ; i' .0: :l 'S SAVINGS ) REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE.
I '4t' . .JH.NORTON: 0 : "- i j. ,. v y.; KS.H.KOOKER..JS .
1 death Is "the d/reft/ effect t' of'the 'W' < 1- :: Public. 'f. ." J :".
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0r ; Attorney. .Law andNotary; .. i ,
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results ( 101 .0-S i' :; 11 41/1 II .Allen T* the finest restdeacs in the State, ct kid
r :; poisons, or whether it from ., .101 '.----,- ;.,' Th*. Fy.o.o 'witaC ,0 t h road*n
101 lot JV : NORTQN. & ...KOOKER. .. .-, ,- *,'r mile from 1M river frontboat-bos'se1argt. MO or
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their : ep
inability to procure water 101r ''' barn &c rooms In the .
101 .. j. ,, .1..1, ,. ''' ; Ho!r ln.he t&h b an. Dbl Will sold lewthaaone
.. food is as yet'Jnknown.. EXTRACT: BUCHUi 101. Ba1 SL.- 101:. ] Hy .:M ,.1-,' _. ,' DEAWRS.IH .. .,>.; -11;) 0';J. ,, r \j ,;'. It.., tI ,cost, .cyte t, : 0 p b .
101 tOl' "
r Several hundred-horses have lately f .-* -, t 101 ;JACK5u LL : .1QE; ;: ) f. : ] \ 7.'E': .,J.r' '1 A tract of$8 acrts of land.o mile hfortpty'Dcte: Moncrlef Sprmg ah road.' Wefl )

died from the effect4.ofihis: weed in Permanently. cure all Disea CI of. ike t -- I<: ,. 101 ltl .. ,,. ,FLA.... .. ..101 101 .. l'C' .R..E. ( _. jLiS'I'I: : ,:. i for building ot.or.marketeardel: PrlceI17.5perare., h .

I the southern part of Monterey' County, BLADDER; KIDNEYS. AND DROPSI-. r 101 .. *. *. ,'.i inoi L.; ;,1. ... OF.ALL-KINDS.----' ;; :; .; '" Several. houses and. lots.,well. located.in t cr JacksottTule. ; '. ,
'0 'i 101 y ; ;
: and a correspondent of the Chrrn ilt,' CAL SWELLINGS 101 ....* lUl ";': 0 'I ..:, : ...: ,0' u..j '; '.. ',. LanH admirably for orange culture frul ia prel.and 0 terms to sail the b.la the nowiar

1* : who! ..lat IYJ Jost fifty horses, on one 101 101. GENERAL INSURANCE AGENTS, representing! the. :following.xora'panfes ? : ) settlement of" ape; al./*'to VohisU cati adoD St.Johns r er. Orange Groves
Existing in men,women. and children. '101 )OI, : already well ubat .
'I ranche from the same cause, describes 010101010 D&:D 01010101U1 '"'" :" .. ,.. 0 .0 > '. *. V. t
the that observed looooooooooooacoooooool : '" FRANKL1N,0F' PHILADELPHIA, "\ With combined assets'of.t\'e: a'-} SeVeral pieces of land on .f raiUaod'Penhvub,"between Lake George and Dunn'* Lake desirably located
Yf p omsJ : were Jn! NO MATTER WHAT THE AGEl! lOloo DAVIS&DKEW, oolOl ;: '.:. '.' fof.Orange Groves and Residences-for saloon reasonable terms.1 .-'it-; : TTI
the ill-fated animals, previous to their, Olooooooooooixicooooooool; v 0 .-S., CONTINENTAL.,,OF. NEW'YORK.., I :f : .' 'I. .- '. .' } '
FURNITURE oooolOl *' well located,one from the at$ j to f ico'each.payable la
lOloooo one-acie $
j' 30 dt. ontWy I tasuVmentsoff
S7'O'OO '
disease. Pro[ ,Steel lays ,"One bottle,of Kearney's Fluid 101 \O1oooooooocgiuooooooooool0l ,,OFNEW: YORK.0 0 [ O'ftO" to '.- '
., became for- Extract Biichu is worth more than all other Buchutcombined. 101 lOlaoo WAREHOUSE coolOl PENN.OFPklLADELPHIA J:; '. 9 ,: /
They he'says, crazy ." .x 10)ooooooooootooooooooofl01 : Also a' of farms of ; along, river and other
f 101 variety -tc a
: : iacl b wel t pans dw
: sookrthc Japd,. and wandered one byoneo'ver'the 101 II10101010! D. .&D 0101010101. MONEY :.ON.HEAL ESTArF.Ab1CONVEYAS4CiAt Slate : an ( ScJ .. 0

: plain, paying no attention Dollars.Price OneDolIar. per- Bottle., or- Six. 'Bottles<; : ,.for M Five .101 101 ioi 101 101 101' 101 10: LOANING.. ,...' ': '. :SPECIALTY;; : :r. .: ... -. .'.' ':" '. 0 i ;., )

::1 : to their mates, or, anything else: 101 101 101' 101 : 0
I too muddled in their brains DEPOT 104 DUANE ST.. NEW YORK. --rioi 'ioilor ---101- We give below a. few of.the many hof .pladsforsiie.ly us;: THE''SINGFR MANUFACTURING COMPANY'S .CELEBRATED

They were 101- / 101 ,.. 101 101 ." : .' .: ,_'. .
c to seek for water, and most of them & Physician in iittenc an eto' answer correspondent: _101 1. 101 '_101"Moi No. 73. Two-story house on AsMcy street,near St. No. 105. Duntawton! Plantation: on Halifas; 'river )1.
advice 101 101 james Hotel, pleasantly situated one of the best seven miles north of Mosquito inlet,at Port Orange; :
.,,3 died.of thirst..Altbogh, &n4 give paui. ... 101 ,. 101 neighborhoods;; in the city; house is new,with six rooms, 1,100 acres, 1,150 acres rich hammock: lying one mile SILKTWIST. .
4 they were wild and had 101 1 r- '-.' / 101 plenty( cloacu'andgc.od\ ;; servant's room: lot 51%* from river:>50 acres high shell land;immediately on .
49*SEND STAMF PO* UttTHim P.... 101 101 105 feet, good fence, good sidewalk, and the street the river bank having trust ofabout one fourth mile, ; <
I, ; nerer-been handled could . .' _101 in fine lot of with large ,frame house 18 ,
shelled neeiiy
,, any person 0 101-1 'f vl : grapes bearing: a young orange two-story rooms This now ia operation at Newark,New SILJC '
having largest ,
trees; flowers and shade wees growing thriftily; good finished j bouse commands view of the river and ocean '.rpJ f Ja.t
: walk up to them on the plain and hit S : ,J n I ,'J' ;.. .1 well with pump on back porch which Is"covered with: and Is surrounded with' large;bearing:orange trees, world, furnish a ande of Silk'Twi ,- 0. .. .'
2 them with his hand, when'they wbufj TO TilE flowering vines. Will be sold cheap. some 75 to zoo \IB number: good well and .'dstcrDN. TGREATLY''REDUCED' :
/'B. To capitalists desiring a big thing ?* there that holds 1,300 gallons yard: thoroughly! ditched P RI C.ES.
; '4 1rt jump perhaps straight up in the air, Is a fine opening in Springfield i a few thousad;: dollars and drained canal from suicarbotse running to the 0 .' '* '. '- .
THE FINEST AND BEST SELECT. river for of immense, of .For Ae convenience of the ccfcbrated
and off transportation crop; quantities 1.o publiC Twist
other NERVOUS DEBILITATED will now. particulars enquire ;
A perhaps some way, get AND go a great way just t I
ED IN THE SOUTH. of Norton& Kooker cornerOcean. and Bay streets.wild orange tries 6sthe place; the soil b sirailai to the
,.r asthough- they were trying to leap a f' 0' 0 .. bct sugal' lands i/f Cuba to which it Is fully equal; :'PU UP ON BPOOLS OF
No. .. A HnsoMzRssmDarca VOR SALE-Six: ,
74. i limestone is abundant. This place is really one'of the : DIFFEREN'S ZE
: ; fence very step. They seemed to OF BOTH SEXES. .. .' large rooms and kitchen, double,bay window on the choicest places in Florida and was!known. as such before 0 :' 1 *I;i// v
west,large double parlors double piazza on the south the Te finest being thereby offered on spoolijo >
; retain, theirsight, yet would not turn NO CHARGE FOR ADVICE AND CONSUL commanding one of the finest views in Jacksonville; -war., 0 r -. !'...: qualt qtie ."
aside* for any thing. The'poor demented -; TATION. Parlor RICH; PLAIN v, Clambet J windows filled with four lights 40-inch glass and nung N. B. Do yon want a snog winter home with FROM FIFTY Y.A.RDS' UPWARDS. .. ,

.. Suit. Suits. with cords and weights on pulley and reaching to the orange trees.and flower;in- lurid..t You can get a .. .
1 ;: beasts would walk deliberately Parlor acid Chamber !floor with blinds:;all casings are #finished with mould a beautiful lot, 70x156 feet, in Springfield )high and The above unequaled twist b manufactured especially for me'ot sewing machines '
t .. ; over a 'cip ce. D-J. B. DYOTT graduate of Jefferson Medic Suits. Suits. log and oiled and varnished, making a beautiful finish; healthful,and within ten minutes walk ol the post-office, for different machines through the are this tte ia Urge allno and as. a a.
t. pr College Philadelphia, author of several valuable works. Parlor SUBSTANTIAL! ceilings high walls hard-finished open stain, double, on which to make it,for" ,"35., tot particulars' enquire. ,' 'C UDtr wine tii. .

S can be consulted on all diseases of the Sexual ar Urinary SUits. Sults glaujront doors, mortice kick on every door in house; of Norton & Kooker. :, ,SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS ,
() ;: (which be has mode an especial study} Parlor Chamber china closet store-room plenty clothes-pressesbath ?
4 TREATMENT OF FRESH VEGETABLES. either In male or female no matter,from what cause or, Suits.. .31ITURL., '.Suns' room; hip roof with cupola, from which a charming i,No.land ig.: fine Atracto(88acrea front on St.John's; 60 river acres; two cleared miles hammock west- are offt re 4 10 te trade, aU those about to,pmchase,will do well to send for ou price fist. <.
view is be had of the the river surrounding : :
iginatlng or of how long standing., A << to city
.. -Those' 'who value fresh vegetables practice- ,30 three feet good well of lacksonvi ll Ic.: This IS one of the most deoirable river .
lots making 157XI09: : : .
enables him
years to treat diseases with success. Cures country : ; > I.
1 .- shade started half mile from postoffice.rants!! in the; vicinity:of Jacksonville.. Wilt be divided
and willnever them trees .
r" sweet.salads< have( guaranteed. Cha'ics1'C.JKmable.. Those at a distance young ; if desired. .

washed in the garden.Neither the can forward letter describing symptoms and enclosing. . For. sale at a bargain.: : '
: sump, to pay postage We l: offer' bur stock at No.:96. A lal'Jetwo.st: fJ' house with ten large No.146. on Arlington river,guQohfag the : .THE: SINGERS
one nor the other, should be washed, are prepared1 rooms: thoroughly Iuilt.and finished in 6rstoratestyle Florida Home,containing. the old vineyard.. Hot sale
Send fur the CII iJe to Jfealtk. Price loe:. remarkably low prices. with twelve feet ceilings; one acre of ground covered at a bargan.. ...:,
says the Gardener's Chronicle, until with fruit trees and flowers pleasantly located;;; ; within .- : : ; :
t : five minutes walk of the railroad Price No. 147. METROPOLITAN< 1t0000000-TJ&t! hotel a S .'.a '., ..;, .
i; cooked depot.. 0,000; .
they are just .about to be or B.. J. DYOTT, M. D., 4,500 down,balance on long time if d .ired. centrally located,built of the best French brick and 1 1a I.S Ie o '' 0, 0
;t :' i cat Even:!: potatoes lose flovor first-class hoiwe in every respect. For prices and -I'sI : -.I4\
n.. ? in Orange one mile from > 'n- .
Physician and Surgeon\ 104 Duane St. N. Yi; -: : No.-og. 400 acres county; .terms apply Norton & Kooker. .(._
L quickly after being washed ; so do Melonviile. Price, f5 per acre. .
,. '.

\ carrots and turnips ; while water will CURED.T.tktEdi.refMNetuauM D'VIS & DREW Call on or write to u',and state your wants: .0 ( 0 > ...,, ; :: .

': speedily become tainted in summer in CONSUMPTION 0 ., OFFICE COR OCEAN AND BAY STS.,JACKSONVILLE;FLA.0 :2; % .
: ;: t I contact with cauliflowersand cabbages ( N 43Visitor: *always welcome. Latest papers on file. *' { > < v 8-196m : SI t ). : .
I4 :.:; and'thus' destroy their freshness and ESTIEKED:: FRICKDI- : ... DEALERS' IN --- '. ..- '. 'I.,'1..1"( .. > .'.

,, \ flavor. The case is still worse with Will you please inform your readers. that. I have a A. O. HUSSEY., .- JNO. V;;.HOWELL. "'. .-:J,'. ,
U !
All kinds of FURNITURE: CARPETS 0 '
salads. Ifwashed'at all it should be positive ---- ,' : ."
4 ) MATTRESSES. WHITE PINE\VAL.. ; d i ,, ...J., (,:h\ : .

(.r only they,should just before be dried they are and dressed dressed, and mi.r its use all In disorders my CURE practice.of FOR the, I Throat have CONSUMPTIONand cured'and. Lungs hundreds and of tnat.by cascs.: NUT, and CEDAR LUMBER etc. HUSSEY. : & HOWELL; ; ::" :':; I. .J,"..I..;, ,',.i '. ,, :- i.v., ii S

r mediately. Nothing ruins the Savor and will give PC, KSONV1LLE' FLA- WHOLESALE AND RETAIL 'INBOOTS ', ; 0 j .

of vegetables and renders good salads $1,000 00 .' _' __ _______ _h '. ; i : ." 5J 0

; uneatable sooner than water hanging for a case it will not benefit Indeed '50 strong is my COFFINS AND UNDERTAKERS ;' I .' ..; ,
faIth. I will send a SAMPLE FREE, to any.sufferer HOES, ; -
1 : about them. If lettu esare.quitC2 clean,. ;
addressing me.
Please show this letter know who ETA. L :Ll; CBURIAL ... .' : TEIUMPHASTT;
r: f tf they make the bebt salad unwashed ; toany one you may ; 0 A.aj\.I"N ,
is suffering from these diseases,and oblige M : .
;t :' but, it: washed, the operaticn should Faithfully Yours, '

...- S be quickly done; the water instantly DR. T. F. BURT. AND 0 : :' /? r 'u ;!t 133,254 MAJORIT: ; .

:, s-i76m 69 William., Iftw York. WOOD COFFINS .: .. 0
shaken out, and theleaves with complete assortmentof New York and' Philadelphia.fine' : I .
Fine Casslmere Shirts,styliUt aud durable at Bucky'iPITS .
clean cloth. .
,. always hand. . '.:: SWORNSALS': .,
The best practice js simply to re- Goods ,on 0 ". ;. : c" _, )8i .

: moye.all adhering, earth by scraping, CURED ..FREE.! :Sole agents in :'Jacksonville j for. Samuel. l Dunbar .&' : Go/s, .'Cmpanie.,. ., ,. ,. Sold. 'in 1873, Cmpanin., "- '..\\0{ 0 !. Sold i Ia

or rubbing, and :all rough tops or Any person suffering from .the above disease Is re. Misses'and Children's .Fine Shoes 0 ', ." .: :. TH E'JNGER__ _.-'32... Amc"c'R H._-' "--4." '

queued to address DR. PIIIC..aDd a trial bottle of medicine WheeerDomestic.&Win -;J.'L.-__ (19,180' 0 B & Howe _._-- -: 13,19
leaves .by cutting. Enough tender will be: forwarded by Express,' Goods sent by mail or express >to all parts of. the' State.; .__ 40,114. Remington Empire_ -- '.113

4 : leaves may still ,be: left.on': cauliflowers, FREE I IThx ', ,, '. ... Grover aker_._- -- .".._,_.f..86.179 Florence. _. _.. 'I

; '- and broccoli to overlay the flowers. AND : t. Bay 'Street.ncar.' Louraj.Ja.ksun'l'il/t-Flo.: : '.. Weed..._-_-__-_. 31,760 Davis_i _,..___ 1,1.

1 Salad should be sent'in from the gar. ing to my>uly large cost business being the are Express: small.charges,which ow. OF ALL SIZES QUALITIES. '. Wilson I ...';...___. ..._._;___'. *1,247' V"tur. -, "- T. 7M6

den with most "of the outside leaves Dr. Price has made the treatment of- LADI'ES' AND GENTLEMEN'S 's ROBES. ; .0 t ., Howe.....-'n....;. ._;-i.i-?.. No,returns Eleq_______ _. 3,435
EMBALMING DONE WHEN REQUIRED.ALSO ILLIARD'SALOON.. MA.l..Ot'HT.: : -, : Gold Medal__.- __. 0 5V3J __,. _.T __ 30'
: .
and main root The tender leaves FITS OR EPILEPSY B Sor.
r on.
: _
: '. . I Wilcox &Gibbs. ___. sSI .tnJ.' Eramncsdur--_ ..
q3 arc.easily tainted and Injured by exposure ''a study for years and he will 'Warrant a cure by theuseofbisremedy. (Th tsotitli'of Waihinston., ).*, 0 ..J4I'AESE.SEED.. CORN. 0 ,

and if the chief is MARBLE AND MARBLEIZED .
root cut off Do not fail to scad to bira for a trial bottle; It costs BAY STREET; OPPOSITE POST-OFFICE., "Conquerta poverty,Uc !i"g: : the earth i OUR NEW FAMILY MACHINE
a sharp,-much of the j juice oozes out at nh1ngandhe, And bidding tcfiance to gaunt Famii and Death." .

L the-' wound :Whcre: vegetables, and WILL CORE YOU.no SLATE l HEARTHS, &c., A1 ti.s" j"Q ..JTtt turtittti/u4f';'#.toundt amdtnott frolffievaruty Embodies New and Essential Pjnciples-Si-splicity Construction: Ease of Operation: Unifcrmity'.f PrecisAction *

matter of Low long standing case be, MANUFACTURED TO ORDER ilk ..J uz of earn ntr fr salads have to'be bought from a greengrocer how many other remedies may have your ailed.:may. ,. or :A.::: '. '.' '5.'< 1 his is the testimony of thirteen papers published ..' <.', :1. RVAL ...
the conditions ,are, altogether Circulars: arjd testimonials sent with 0 .AND FOR SALE BY 0 Ii E- <: u .-E in different Stales,to wbcm we scnisma.l'i..mple p ck- .
ziuai 'en uses \iact-year to tent it. .. : '
different. Not. only washing, but FREE TRIAL BOTTLE. ALVIN M. ...c!! :: O. ""i' ,..- 'l"he 7V",//of HuntsviKei Texas.says;' VVv e l>* "e TEST.:'ThF.SINGER., BEFORE.. PURCHASING :iY': THER
Forsyth Street between Laura and Hogans, <;;' _' .0'' O' seen a specimen stalk of this corn which had tw :nty..sisasearsfuliymaturedouit7 '- "
.: soakingotten'beconies requisite Be particular to give yoorEspress.savcV uyourPostothcc twj6-iQ, "'" Jacksonville.Florida. fl M ;a; ltV"0" '- ::r:: = '...... / ;>v d' i. i '.,. .' '0 : EASi' PAYMENTS.L1GIIT.J ,
: restore something like pristine crisp- direction,and o .c "'" .*, ,* >'!( surpasses! all andcl dQn..anJ is just the TEJMS ; "J t A '.4
Address. -, .. t1I1r1'H' 1i < g ; c' article'needed in this country:'-Tms." ''Natchitoche, : I I" .,
d ..... __ __ ,
H ; 1: ness.. DR.:CHAS. T. PRICE. NEW' LOAN.o lthI I'.Il t :- 'QI;' 'i Miss. "1 t U superior to any other variety/'-i7'.r..../. :
S. ..., ly 67 William Street New York. 1 A IF2WIJ ,, *- or C; J _'en Corning. NY.. "It will be a valuable acquisition in FAVORlTE.'wekeepeonstantlyonlai>daIargesuppJyr'j ,

t d ii1i ..... .-.... .., ........ the! agricultural -products of'theWuntqGazotk.Sulphur Didcth 'c\ORLD'
CONDITION PRECEDENT.-In .Au. Beautiful Silk Scarfs,la variety of color at BUCK Y'S. ON A ':;;! E.. .- ". ',....,. Spring '1 ezas. '1 his corn can be sown the 'O ; : 0 I
NEW PLAN. tt4' ) M&te \I \ tJ)
I .. ,- 0 h r : I ..0 i! latter part of July and ripen before rro.c..I.M.r'Wanoaw 'CR up-att site and ca*n,
.j t,' : gusta, Maine, no provision has been IIfl -b. ,... -. c .' Mo. Ii is highly recommended by those who .
S home I! .a :;. Z have tried\l.\ Oku "We have ", ACME MACHINETWIST.ioovardspooU.a'fora5cents: soyard oois.3 for ajiceats.SINGER'S.LINEN
.winter l A. DZIALYNSKI Invest at In the :s .. ;;r Jftoti/.y. noticed
rvrO'RR your money
made this' feeding''aVd /
IN lJ' -en.
... ; r 4 .:I this corn highly-spoken\ ol by the *.."r-A"tvrlirn'. AND THREADS' NEEDLES. .
I ,:.5HH:} / : I i\\: cJ IU'Ul4'J .. ,, := :! pr ,0 FL OtL. & ac
i lodging tramps. A vagabond wed .' .. i <: ..-.u Moult-in Ala. "It will yield in our climate two AUCTIONEER'AND FIRST M n1'G..9E.'JI4l.'P' (GRANT; ,) E 0 E'!!' U '5", .!! a yt r"s AJrertuer, .Bastrop, Texas, "!t'call''besucce
T into a pOlicc stat1ont.and wanted to : .1 : ? ': > ; :-:< ; ; J1 .. Z Z Q ::5c fuly| grown in Canada.AIos1ral World.

sleep there : PREMIUM BONDS. ........ 0 .o. j.., ..! 'ItlyecuiiariTadaptcd'to\ : thcAose..sona of the
'5 <
.- North. :-R v. 7. Long. Keokuk. Jowa. VU:I is jus ingerManufaoturingCo.:
/ '
'' ui ; .ii i i-: 5' E-o' ] ". .
We; otly} log prisoner, "* ... 4 a the thing for our swamp lane1. *- >r. 7ekitonOcala: f : Ef
behind -. Now cflcrred for sale b ? the 1 Ji .en. '' :, :J ApIw a Florida ST. SAVANNAH GA. -
; 4 the'fccYgeant the fesk. COMMISSION MERCHANT, ., ",f'.0,, Q c 0 <3 We have the above testimony on'file l in our office'! ., .. 172 BROUGUTOX' ,

: "You only lodge prisoners." repeated -! :. GREAT:'SOUTHERN'' RAILWAY o >- :'i -: _.,'. ,.8ir an<)could produce II\a1IQQrc if space would permit ,: ..? 1.:1 .:. :,. .- 0' C. A. VOSBURGIT.Manager.G .
AD kinds of merchandise received on consignment s.'kV F: L g' S It will produce from jo to aoo bushels of iJietitJ corn 1 .
.:. vagabond fuedit tho'ety. aDd!sold at auction private sale. t Z < t <' :::: to tM acre on'any soil,from Flnriua.. la Oregon' ,W. I: IV.\FRAZIER. ,Agent, .

"That's all was the reply "you .. }[Consolidated; ] poc ess morntttmnt* oftktufotl E: FLORIDA. '
T.7tf3 .
IL:. B. T09N! Pro rietcr. The important polnu of superiority'claimed for this :*; >f..M 0 .
have.goi to steel somethingor assault Every desorlptVoa of goods entrusted to me for salt Every' bond when redeemed wiU receive a premium 143m t corn ovr other varicues.and; which are fully sustainedby : .

,I some r"br'something oH that. kind.." will .deposed i&tBEST In place! of Interest,according; the plan of redemption', 0 1VF.RV.SALE.AND FEED STABLES, seed the got voluntary of us\last! statements year. are these of' farmers i who. raised. .from- I 0 *_';.1.:,::: .: : : ESTABLiSHED': 1868.niC ;:'- -" '.' ..: .**:" ..' '. '
4 tilrr" la of fronv : : ," '
got to assault somebody> or FIGURE ..POSSIBLE ;; r L is'This corn will yield from twice: to three times as :
'- ", many bushels to the acre on the same sod and with. the I .j !
something'of that kind, ':again, ,repeated 1 I J $I.oo $25.000, or $50.000 I I I same culture. f ;
the 'hg bOndl thoughtfully. to the owner, and prompt and accurate returns made. and.'The c rnlfs'laeaYer'ln! wclehrhai. larger,* frA: ; fPERGIVAfciSUCCESSOR : ; ::

each'bond. longer ear and thinner husk and makes con meal for :
Then.be reached across the,desk with PALMETTO BLOCK. *" i family use sweeter and ipore' nutritious and valuable) '0 J ; ; .
t 0 .
his right'arm,.and knocked the'sergeant S"7-* n 0 ",- )ackllOa"n e.1f1a. Bonds redeemable by allotment; Six allotments of for jrd.feeding The stock.stall grow. more' 'vigorous. and is' alth1i and! .' S'
i off his stool, saying as the Carpetbags and Ladle Companions at BUCK y's. Apply bonds.to Six distributions premiums. in 1875':. sufficiently strong, to.produce .J to well-devclpped __0 ''' .{ : .;: -:.

I officer got tip: with his ; hand to his EMILHAA.. !;'* CO... | 4) ca'b..The'stalks' bear,mOre foliage and"better, ,fcr .) ,. ,. 'J .1 .. ..T );, ., .."... ,
; ; .r
VGive meai good a bed t as LUMBER YARD. financial Agenh ;; feeding: ,, ? ? 0. ., .t .p.
eye, you DEPOT ,0 i ,In'1way..Ncw\'orkCit1. th. That It win grow and t roduce a profitable crop I j" J S =..04jr. .' 0
kin, sergeatTt", *cause I tion'. feel verb } ; I.'J HARVEY'GRANGER, Ccn'l Agent. The best and itvfish''livery teamr fn the' on ground where other corn will not!grow to maturity. i ,, 134 5 : f f ;.J .
city ,
most :
*' : / 1) .{ : AND BUILDERS 6th. It ripens earlier and l b not liable to caught by) 6 ib \:
well to.n ght. CONTRACTORS;: .1 t. .SSJ.LEDWARPSAgen* can br found at the Stable of the undersigned near;-thc frost ; ; :
.. ..Office )Mather& Little's Bookstore .
Florida Jlome.conirr of Cedarand Fonyth Streets. "f ':
I rth. To be cut and used for feeding,ills fifty ; '
., green
: .
a-gel Horses well cared for reasonable *
.WIU.. FIND A boardedjutd per cent better than any other variety of corn. .. '. .
J/ ::2: It f' :! '" terms. : i ". 'h 1 --
A MODEL Our Com has all been selected with the : .
POUTE greatest care.
OF $ -Says .
the FULL ASSORTMENT OF POR ST.. AUGUSTINE. Strong teams for hauling.. purposes-- : W.always oa Hand. the email end of every ear. broken off, the balance ,, ,';'},"-;;' : .S .. :'-'
Indianapolis Journal "Th'ere 'is L' shelled by band
UNDRESSED LUMBER Jacksonville, Fla..Mat ; 1874 t11T1iLeox's '
1 on the Virginia avenue street-car line THE SCHOONER'Magnolia WE.WARRANT EVERY GRAIN TO GROW.
MOULDINGS, .AND SAWED ', .,'. f' \' ; .
S the .
a driver .whose name shouldi.be. hand The increased yield per acre over old Varieties 0
PINE SHINGLES. 0 : 1- will pay for the seed so>> times 'over: besides e : -i,5.n' PEA1XR |M
.. ,
ed down to posterity as a second farmer that plants this year will. have a\large'. demand j

Chesterfield. Yesterday afternoon a CHEAP FOR CASH AT I FRUIT. AND VEGETABLESTORE.. ,. .- .. ,.... forseedatgnodprlces.-. This Corn was produced bisom&procured" by our' <'B'ODTS SHOES' LEATHER
t ) lady in his car pulled'a strap for him THE DEPOT" LUMBER. YARD: .0 Will eweenjacksonvHle&, msV'*regular trips: : 11 ;' 1 Consular Agent: and said td' have Its orI&ln.lo Japan. : ,

to stop at the first crossing, of a street, 0 St. A"*"*''"*,' On BAY STREET- -. Dear' '''WASHINGTON.- TERMS: ', 0 '. :,wi.: N. '" : ;

t t but-the bell did nut -strike.. She ,did and Lumber at all Iandift delivered& oa all the parts ri.....of, at the low city rate and vicinity All orders Freights 8u1 low rate*. Families supplied. regular'. .. market, .. ., ..rates... By man.: post-paid.. ,i.oo per pound put"up'ia aeat .:.: :u.t .r ., ; .AND.FlMDINGS.; .'

receive attention. 0.-- For freight or passageapply ,. packages packages for| package for |ao '
not prompt "" ; IS iojo ; :
4. notice this'b'rushed'tv. ) the door LOUIS 'v < packages for$30. Elegant 0 .:.:. r : :. 'ti i -i :, ., ., -, rfNfn -.1" 0 S
.*> .BRUSH1 to. WILLSON-fe. : WHIT! LOCK, .'..." ... ,-, ., "J''V' ; too : stalk of- Cbrorn.lu3l.tbc ,; ; ;-i. i t "S tl:uifr. ;0 ': ;
and her tongue-lash Ymcke.vjffr.If.yk,6.Sg. with a f
I began to use onthe.driver S Jacksonville\ Fla., Also. ,-- ., '! i. Cl" J\'lDI D .. 1: J<;'I't rH',' t iIt. 1I4 I .-, 'W"I*- .. .A.; ;; ,
: quite freely... She wanted .. sT41.L1IS Tl)E )MAREET..", l tl .i n .
,.o.JfiA.I Or to' JAMES COSS. j FULL-CROWN ,EARS OF COR "1P rdval's'Stdmp'HandiBo! ts" '. r.. 1' Llm- $lto
to'Deiicr pff;'at the first crossing.and F ; ) TWENT .
\ toHhVsecoruLWithout. S-ftf 'St., "llItte.Fla.. ., ,,- tor the ucomaioi; ofup-town customer, *. .PHUT., ; .? .", )Burt/MearV, t.t. *..4''in ) !l'i; i }.'.i--); 4 .:i'bJI, O, .
he had 0 .
'drivcn'nearly :
A half interest In one of the. most. .flourUU Dg and productive T of them measuring ten rod twelve Inches(length ..
,' word .lie Trunks, and valises at Bucky's, GAME A N D E'S>S E.D some free of oIcorearcovdcrcdatonstime4 Philadelphia Baltipore-f *- ."..'." .. : ;; .\. -1JO.0 i
?i4 .* prompLly. topped I. $ PR ;: will be sent charge when ij or ror packages
hitched this horses the OR&GEGROVES./ ,. ., "'. : n .-11" Vienna Medal caWesewed> u v,1y! ; _.s ;'.'/:"..' T n his car, to rear : .: '<" Some of to whom sent sampicstalbareSodaymsUng .
CHICKErfS our ;; we haf
ASONU.(.. : ;-i) ;; Agents ,: Per?ival's. Stamp JiaiulaPongressj ; ; i fjSSl:).,. ;
i end ;and, puljqHj! ; backto: ,the first( Ia East Florida. For particulars apply at chi,office I M ; 0 over FIFTY DOLLARS. x .- : ;i; '
3m' _. *
i -! \
stalks and the I 50
5.531 mpREMIi.I"CU -- S- DA,hawing taking orders 1. c. Buri&McariPhiladelnil I i"ottw .. ._ .
the -
I ; crossing, much to amusement of i SOLOMON LODGE NO. 20. so AGENTS-WANTED) No S'ICD'G .j I' ..
i the oilier'passe'ngers and the: "'chagrin ESTER WHITE ,PI9Si: : i .' 'VAK FI L1> :.M."D, C. O. TM us c. 1.-S t.I.(! .' Z i '. '_ 7' 0 -- :
.1' '
I I first and third Ineach A f' letters Our termaaresflthe .\) \ 1JJU.
; ; : Regular meetings .Wednesdays ; : .. Registered our Vienna -. 16S
.. MedalcbJesewed. : s : ..
: .
i ofthevirago;. .' month.: --j.' f :.> : t. ," ," same to Grangers,Odd Fellowiand common folks. S .\.1.>, .. "
= .. sis each.M a palChe.ter Count MAMMOTHCVRN.and : CEO. W. JONES W. Y. .: " : Imported BELGIAN: .O.\1'S.41ba by ,0' .. ..>. EJ-GUSTAVUS & co 1,: :' J -
'l- "MA
CHAS.'OjELUOTTi Secretary.-: ; Laura'. v u L; :. .
From the Adams'and streets'
K.ni; peck$i; Hbiwhel Iji bushel >$ Circular* : corner ;ta the oDS"SEN AN'r xPR: ." .
J To many the path of.life. is nearly sad M/2r J'tftfftt of Seeds Arm for a stamps. Brick'House -oppostie the Ocean. Street Presbyterian : hl/i f!7r.vi/a".7-1'' 1. t .fi. .w pattiaf the St '; .f.
X. P. BOYER, for FLORIDA VIEWS Church. .
Address IXA.
.all[1 tunnels.-Danbury. Newt. i7 a.m Farkwburg,Chester Co. "...: HEADQUARTERS WOOD SICKLE'S 1-6311i jAotsoirvn4.B... FLA. a..24es1 Washingtoa County rV AT 1"5? OLD STAND. -.CpR.. BAV wd OCEAN ST. JACKSONVILLE, .

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