The new South

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The new South
Uniform Title:
New South (Jacksonville, Fla. 1874 Semiweekly)
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Adams, Carruth & Co.
Creation Date:
April 17, 1875
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v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 61 cm.


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Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
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United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )


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Began in Apr. 1874; ceased in 1875?
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"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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THE NEW .SOUTH.JTSflED Inquiries About Florida Answered. Grape'Culture in Florida. for some considerable tm! ',.a compost ion will train your future vines, 'Sumtef Co111it. '. tive In the Leglshture, H. A orel/

ERV-WEDNESDAY AND BOONVJLLE, Mo., Feb. 14, xg74.St In the'earnes, attention owbeing !of the above, named materials should whether to stakes 'or" trellis. The ORANGES, ORANGE GROVES, LAKES, ETC. who resides upon it. -

SATURDAY. >v-I would like ,some information specially i attracted to the .growing of i be spread. ,upon.'the J rid'nd.. plowed method that:I:have adopfed is to trainto On this large tract of tery fertilehammock
Florida and in. On new hammock lands ids both for ILIs1nwG.SixTtz Co..Apirih.,in.JIr. '
yj0F.5UCIfl0N.crnImT. : centering not being not stakes economy and because there are several settler

.mafl suUcriben, lLfl4r per wmtna.t acquainted with any one in yon oranges, a crop: for which our State necessary the'first' year or tw6. If ,.! deem that the best'results can .. .. Editor:-According 'to my ments, upon 'all of which the orange"

r-r< or aore 10 every copies.dub f 3G1)*lea cadi received; *.one eittr ttae.WuUt CCJpfrillicecat State, I take this means of obtaining has very special adaptation, there:: is the spit is! not' dry ifshould be made: be obtained,ia that way on our )light, plan, thongh'unavoidably, delayed in and other tropical fruits are growing:

ma* cubtcriben. fa per amnum. Tc the same. Six.of my friends'and my more than a little danger that the be so by drainage, but it is better to sandy :soils!.. Also, when trained in its execution, I now presentyou a few -of the orange-'.about' oe thousand

each; Twenty copies, |t.6o; Fifty cop- self desirous avoid alt such. l locations.The.distance .: that all the facts with regard to 'the present. condition .
pa. ""75 are, of locating in Flor, will.prevail: that this is' the only rnanner, nearly fruit is trees. Okahumkee., Le Dun

....I. .cL _' TES. ida, but before coming, would like I tc which) be cultivated with apart at which vines shaded:by the ove/hanging leaves, an4 and ;future-prospects, of lake ham, which,is an arm oC ,,

4DVER77SNC JU know something;:: of its' productive crop can should bet planted; depends much on ripens more evenly'than; when exposed Harris It is immediately $onth. 'o( in .an. embryo town and her are. .
leis tint
,jdiiyb 6. -W'eiuent nY1 insertion.per 50 bach cents.or Insertion: qualities. We would like to know i if any promise .success., ' infaci the .varieiies and circumslances.; :Asa to the direct rays ofthe"sU 1. ShOuld Hike l Griffin, fromwhichjt is separated about one thousand .orange trees. ,

WnttT,'t.*5 pet i adi w.Jcii.first Insertion: cad there is any land lying along the 'St no foundation (such'belief. butit general fule::I.,should prefer to 'se]; you .decide to'train ,to stakes/cut back by a narrow strip of land, from three Leaving Corley's wane and coming'in

gjhcquent! DIICf OGo,. 75 cents cent line. Johns river belonging to the Government results naturally! enough from the them eighi feet .the, rows, .each 'of the..,canes grown: th'e. ,previous :fourths of a,mile to three,,miles,.broad this dirt on, several 'set ';
MiI Xftictt o per that and south and the three If tril! and.five..or six long, andthough thus demerits them alt about
TICKS: CASH ni ADVAKCE. may be homesteadcd 01 undue, prominence ,given 'to one' ortwo riinningnortt- rows season, tp.two.or: eyes ; to having upon
jddftII ADAMS,CARRUTH & CO. pre-empted, and whether jt Is good ten fec". apaR. This distance gives lis, cut each .cane to about four feet juxlapoiiletl (excuse the word) dielr| 50 orange trees, arid then we :T atr

lacksormlle Fkrik land ; also whether corn can be raised specialties. plenty ,of .roort. to cultivate, ands in, lengtband: bend down'in opposite waters are not Immediately c noect d. Leesburg again. D6 not infer from '

there_ and about what is an average As a matter of fact, the"adaptationof sufficiently farapart to, to deciions and tie to the lower bar of :'Harris finds its outlet frit6Euslis,' nd the prominence.given the-orange that'

.PROFESSIONAL CARDS,%ftc.IN. crop;' whether poultry, such as'chick o't.Stale to thC. growthof several.. .. t pass' hrougwth) mule' aad cirt for the trellis ito forra"anns,. You may Eustis emptiesjnto:Griffin tb ,;three. other fruitr are neglected.- ny*. ,.-' .
,, he!' : of 'the land this the third few being,: thus bound together' by a ligament other varieties of fruits are
=- v. ens,-turkeys, 'docksand'geese, cariTx other important crops, is as notableas purpose. fertilizing. expect se son, a
BETTES, raised there and whether they will do thinkit &c. pounds of grapes to.each vine but i iis it that must always give_ them a receiving attention' i .j,

well. I, would like to know about its orange'capacity; and we' In i regard to'choice of varieties well:not to allow them to. ,bear too community .of .interest., It ,is practicable ir i- This estimate give: ,a? .Very nearly

PHYSICIAN' AND SURGEON a good plan to'is.fact, beforethe much. much outof.he ,to connect Griffin; andHarris by; ira the im-i., '
the average price of eggs and chickens depends, although large pro.- -a judicious! thinning : 25,000 orange-trees groves

Jacbonille FU.Omct inyourcityr Any other informationyou public as' an evidence that; with portion of Norltero varieties succeed 'smaller bunches is advisable. It is :a CanaLthree fourths:-ofa,; ,mile', long ;1t ,meiatey; oo Lake Harris.and thtj *

-Oppos!te Ocean HOUDC,cornet of Achma.14k may be able to give me will be all our enthusiasm about oranges, 'We well here.' After testing some forty.vanieties.jn better Dot to.dverlbad the vine while this, point-a work which js only a work pla ting and bding 1
a IUUIL 6-7-6. the ,'as:it will btlen seriously'in r question of time if the promtse"o'f this on. Not;

thankfully. received.If .. are not hobby-ridden in that direc past ve years on ray young sti goes ;

& ARTHUR A, BIRNEY, you will have, the kindness to tion. grounds,, I would! recoramirnd Hart jure'its future growth "Each succeeding I I region is not broleri: front'Ofhe to the! hope rlv: he !yet.under,* cut1tivatioa '

\Vl. ford Delaware Crevel r es' 'cut back : the Lake Harris has water .
give me the above or any information ing, season thegrowth'of '
In'order to this end we shall f publish Concord preceding to two buds riot for- or quite sixty miles; 'and with its In view of: the immense freighbf.. '
ATTORNEYS concerning your' State, upon any bl : Seedling, gersr'4, IS, 19, year ; ,
the above subjects shall be under: such matter relating to other crops as and Telegraph"for early;. and Salem ;getting:in'the meantime that 'a judi* islands and bays its 'elevated bluffs which the 'near''future must develop-! .

4# STREET, NO 330 many obligations to you. is derived' from that most authentic and Rogers'No. i for late.. Of'the :dons application of fertilizers:is'neces and its miles of-white sand beach, on the lakes'in this'section and in,the

WASHINGTON CITY -. Very'Respectf t1y, of all possible. sources, the, practical above Hartford is'the earliest Bunch :sary to maintain a healthy and vigorous presents a variety, and picturesqueness elsewhere fine country surrounding them, 'the' seen "
WALTER MOORE.. large, compact ; berries large, bl: dc': growth., -. question of quick transportation is. engroosstng .
F. M. MURRAY experience! of those who have actually In the.Stater.- '
\ must have:
vines and
fRS vigorous,' -pr ductive, The:reading of this essay was listened inaccessible.tban atention.V '
ANSWER. raised them and can speak authenti Being more Lake it wilt r iheGreat'1.
AND SURGEON. healthy ; ripe June 16 the past season. we ae.
with intense interest and
Florida is of about the size of the cantor what, they personally, know. Delaware-Bunch small to medium; Griffin. did: not attract. ,imm.grants Southern,jor a\R to'the St. jonnsit :

Special attention given to quietness, and at is conclusion; in response early, nor. has i it as yet tQ. the same Our of lake lrontr
State of Missouri, and contains nearly With this view we publish again berries rose-color. ; flesh juicy very two re:mies
DISEASES OF THE LUNGS. both to inquiries from the audience extent.; .Still its fine sour "orange thousands of acres o elevated -. "
of,, for
sweet fruit best.quality
60,000 square"miles, and, as she has A. Bidwell ;
what was.said by Mr. I. rich hanimdcks, genet-on:; pine
focus MrrcMEi.'*NEW BUILDING, less than table ; healthy ; ripe June:25. Mr. ,Bidwell stated that he plants groves and productive
200,000 inhabitants, has a bf and lands and commanding building'stteshave
Bay street,Jacksonville Fla.Omcs one our most judicious! sucess- Crev.e1ing-Bunch loose berries our uanafalleled.clinfate and
; melons between vines. For the :
HOCKS 9 to II A. M., .to 4 P.111. Rooms large extent of unoccupied lands. ful cultivators, in regard to grape culture -: medium, black, sweet and juicy; grape not failed bf the; usual effect"and'the ; : comparative freedom from insects, are*

!.nd 10. )-13 3m. There are, surveyed and unsurveyed, at the meeting of the State Fruit i quality good ;""ripe.'June. _' last five years he_has shipped melons many'young groves 'clearings; l advantages not to be eclipsexf by the

tO'New' York-, and'l.1St'"earh netted and Incipient homes betoken the faith .
R. ANNO, about twelve millions of acres of Growers' Association, held at Palatka i Ives' Seedling-Bunch medium. to ca prices of the Ocklawaha wbetjj

\V. ATTORNEY.ATLAVOffice United States lands scattered throughout in.November as follows : I large f berries medium, black; vinesvigorous forty cents apiece on his mel ns. He of those who have-that linked.of this their.glint mateniat'destiny.with [ the St. Johns can b reche b; c( '

: road long .
arid wine the : melon only eighteen
healthy j'a good grows Augusta stripe exclusively. : "
the State. The United States ON GRAPE CULTURE J !lag,- gtanci ng,-silvery mere., irill nearer market -
; sixty
Reed' BlocV. Bay Street : June hour t
the u
grape ripe 25.'ConcOrd.l3unch He does not.consider
lands in Florida be : I Let usmake; circuit of the..Lake, the Ockla- '
cannot bought Gentlemen of the ConventionEvery' i than we can ever ,bjr : '
7MUtlfIT1 / ..flrIa. who has read studied of large; berries Northern. :seed good. :In'shipping; by commencing this point and goingin i In five or six. There :
outright at any price, but are all re- one or any black bearer but Wha. year "i1
I ; good ; riperisiomewhat'unevenly the Savannah line' he had always Ipst a Southeasterly direction, gatheringitems. less than
.. the works, vinecultureis : i annually
A.rATTDOK. A.I.MEEK. se'rvcd for homestead entry, and in : numerous ; ripe July i. '1 1Rogers" b 50,0.0oo" '
aware.that the. grape has been cultivated No. Bunch i some frail-: from five,totwenty-five as we go, ,We observe the i granges. atone to be shipped" hf'fsect0n.
& MEEK, that way only can be had. 4 (Wilder)- of Messrs. Holt,Nay or, Johnson '
PATTISON and esteemed as' one of the ent'Had to paythe freight in groves ,.. Thi at one'cent "a 'piece
black first : ,.
lage ber es.large quality -< per '
There are also, within the State, choicest of fruits from ''the earliest I ; ; \ McClellan, the'Milaras'father irill be worth .$5 ? ahd"-one''half" ;
; ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW. good -. advance. 'Thinks that ,early melons ,0 '
; grower ;ripeRogers' rshiti 'Cunl aria
& of M ] n&bam,
son & clastf'frans-:
some {five millions of acres or more of ages. In America, from its very first !this sum wn give us'first '
$Q.' 15 (Agawam)-Bunch can be profitably: raised on' new land. the magnificent unimproved sour 'and readers,' SrfKNOWLETJCE
Office.ReQua'i Inuldine. Jacsoivme.p .Fla. State lands, also widely scattered in settlement, the cultivation of thegrape large berries large' red amber [ r you your
or '
; ; ; all .within
: 'of' the Benlisers-
attracted. the attention. of the He plants about the moth of March. grove : ire uot'wearied with correspond -
every part of the State. The State strong grower ripe.July j. : four miles ofxhis place, and..embrac: .
E. JOHNSON M. D., colonists. .In Florida, previous to Considers'clean :culture 'best; The rnce I have few itemson, other.lakes 4
ii lands can be purchased in any desired had been Rogers' NI9 (Merrimac-Bunch ing ten thousand,budded trees, Mr., not: noticed and some ..miscellajnepus
iS6o,.several vineyards established black growing of me'lons.alone 1 her' considers yet
berries large
HOMtEOPATHICPHYSICIAN large{ very ; ; located nine '
quantity now, at from $i to $2.50 per on the, St.. Johns river, but Holt' has been only data which,might be interesting.Correspondent !
AND SURGEON. i vigorous grower j 'first quality. ; ,.rip'July would'be I>rofitabl months, still his pta e' is ,a perfect: Palatka Herald ; .
the neglected ;
acre, the price of the State land proper during war they were or i. :.
valuable from and not 11'
These model sur
remarks are
Office,in MitcheC'i new building north tide of Bay abandonedand to 1866 their cultivation '' neatness taste1 -
Breet between Newton and Market ttrccts. ncariyqipotite varying and diminishing with. the up with Tekgaajh-B'inchmedium'; Compact their ownfairand- reasonable .character passed( 'I'll. undertake to say'in the -
the fan Ofiic*. wtt had not been black vigorous yearly: 'and In" ;: MIXERS. The-strike'of-i:
increasing amount purchased. Manyof very later particulars by any the 'State. THE COAL
the exceptionS a few vines of Scuppernong and"as coming fro'rn'one who has '
COAN, both the United Stales and 'Stateands productive ; ripe June 25. Dr. Milam's grove: of 800 trees has t:hePennsylvania; miner sis not certainlyjustified .!*

\V.L. ,and Augustine grapes, which Salem-Bunch large'; berries large; l learned herein, Florida"" ., what. knows' been budded 'only two year this on the score of insufficientomncnsatioafwibclrtatxir ..

JUSTICE OF THE PEACE are of a fair quality, averagingwell grew; mostly untrimmed and uncared nearly'round}red ; first.aualit7j_ripe about, this special cultivation and them iurtd] "WSKatc_ =jBiient .

AXO with thc.,general character-- -- -of- -the for. .Grape"culture; has, -received-"i' but- .'Jult,..&: '- --j "'"" wuubesuccess, in.raislngmargcrvaneryof sprinsI'v t'manvdof Ire, a not of the.net_earnings of the. miqer.

NOTARY P IT ITin C Si.1teH -- -- 'lltt1eattenUon.When I came to the State in the .I Ro gers' No. i, (the-Bunch. 'grapes by; open;air' ,=u ture' than, as 'uncommon thing: in this .section.i in one of the,. principal Jnine'.TnrJ"; '

Office in SOLARVE'S BLOCK, A lafge proportion of both State alt: and out 'a small usually, large;'' berries large, oval ; we think.can be grown in ,any other Capt. Geo. W. Marshall's -splendid (arbon, Bounty for November. J st.*'
( of planted
color tinged with red ; .vigorous of trees, almost shows that they $'I6,oG per
Comer) BAY and FINE streets.Jacksonville. and United States, lands lying upon i it 'was with some'misgivings green character, give more than usual: weightto property ,2000 orange
.Fta. I vineyard, would failure. ; best quality ; ripe.JulyvS., ,his opinions. Mr, Bidwell is the a many banana plants, and a carefully reek, while 'some, of the mostindus'trious
and near the St. Johns and other that the results prove a
of wild vines The season ,for pfanling in this President of the: Duval Agricultural selected,variety of other, tropicalfruiis : run 'up much

KNIGHT, navigable rivers, and along and near Although the abundance c1ima' from. November 15 to Society. : is at,present the most desirable .imount.. Thus 'one man, with his- '
A.A. hammocks ,
have been growing in the' was proof the vine although inactive 'the The Captain boy of fourteen years,' getard
the lines of Railroad, selected leasrwouhl March :i, as property on lik. son a
conclusive that the vines at "
ATTORNEY AT LAW, and occupied, but a small pro. but from the fact for the formation of new wood Shrinking.. of Seasoned Timber. will have a oranges to shipin 5177 in twenty-one days, or-o'err$5ot
grow; luxuriantly ; and leaves in the 'winter' months, 'is kinds' of.oak" and three"or'four years. -Mr. Johnson, p ier;wee ; and the.same boy
still be had not in The.various some
though would rainy
portion can ripen
Nix.: t Hoes'Clock,op'suinjt3swljr that they 'thewould never soas. to new rootS: For' that other' kinds of .valuable timber, will .of Cincinnati, has recently purchased got j October, $323 i twenty-sx,

Jaclckonvnie.Fla. ot the best quality.In season, .1' .had fears that reasoh'a vine plant previous to January shrink less time the the Hanson property,a beautiful l tract lays Two.others, in lovebr, got ;

addition to these lands, there:. mildew and rot, but how; after an that experience i will become'' established before surface, more is dressed or 'off every even a small! of 500,acres, fronting one and..a half :ach..$i2i ,in,.twenty- and (. .

A BUESING, 1 are large bodies of lands belonging of seven years been, I can successful say the ensuing spring, ind-rnake a.much fraction j incV: Wheelwrights, miles on.the lake and has cointuencedimproving. sti two ,o. .r|n3 each in twenty- '
I endeavors have ; sold so through ihe list, .
Jl. ny grohthan"on.plant- Mr.. Cunningham ixdays. .
I bond-holders of the railroads, more vigorous accustomed to work In oak, are"wella
cTt the mtJon of the cltuens and merI to the of in the

tt 5 tbe kact Wa.hiae, lUrbcr and Toilet Soap ever that are accessible and can be had on markets Jacksonville: the past sea : able to withstand the dry enables!
it often tot
IUde. This it in boxes contain Do Ibtaod that others ciatiOn. of ,
Soip ; abundant "
J'UIlp also proof
bars. very reasonable terms. The changen son is hat: we are sure to have in April and turn'of a superior character for$3500. Mr.. C. paid re have stated, to Ji6'o6. T4"figres
Order kiould be Addwwd to in the State have been equally so/ and what is i for the place about four : for December are the ,
of labor years s
the character first :$500
materials .
&s by
A. KUEStKC. 7J.!, I find entire ab even with.ordinary : '
]an May.Before
and such-
f-I&l Jacksonville na. and more back all of the then ,ago. All of the groves mentioned are such good wages
and the corresponding change either leaf fruit/ planting, cut blocking out .the pieces roughly, '
of mildew on or tobe*
is not
r fence situated hammock'land of the best egular employment
inches it
of cultivation has left few Varieties longer roots to at leasteighteen allowing the timber to season-And af .
restriction and with the exception of,a : wondered at that public sympathy is
RICHARD MCLAUGHLIN, and the stem to about eight inches. terward working the various parts by qual lity. _
large bodies of formerly improved but a remarkable freedom from rot. ; dis- i' Dead .River which connects tot largely invested in the spend-'; '
the holes at the required becomes Crossing :
Dig the seasoning ver
REAL ESTATE AGENT ,..umclocatt ns a degrees,-as process
abandoned Iands-of good quality It is true we haycin which should be three feet in and m'ore ie.' I lakes Harris and Eustis, and policy which is now.wastingthe: ?
but the tances, more comp .
,FUrid with
Ul at 7.ikvilZi and ioT Uooerinttttd. at low prices, for"less than the cost: of poor soil to contend abound. In diameter-,arid from eight inches" White bait spoke'timber, for' ex- i passing to the Southeast side of thelake emin of these, men and ri.gingliry .,
to** IW IU ui U.uhi ; rivers woods. and swamps, I their
.Taxes paid, Tides examined.Ri original 1 improvement, say from $2, to an abundance,of material for .fertiliz- deep, according to the size of, the amplejmay be allowed! to remain in -we,.reach. Capt. Hayne's place, aot.9Pn and familiesf wicked :

VllRUn Astor, Put't' few shovelfuls of the of commanding a'a extensive iakeview, promote the | .
t BT rcMU8io to fta. shell vines. rough state for half a score years
muck leaves ,
"coo.n": ,Ei-Gor. A. O. Cunin. Belktnte, Pa.; $5 per acre.These ing, consisting of mentioned the arid constituting with it surroundings ends of e demagogues who attke
L4esis H. xdner. Pblladd W. Stokes culture of compost previously under shelter without becoming seasoned
Boyd but abandoned I fish. &c. Although the of mecf.
JluUdelphia;I).C.Ajubler.Iaker.J Jack oo Uk. Fla.: improved hole,' and'iricorporale it weir.wilh! : ,the 'so"' thoroughly hat ':tbe' timber a aisfactoi. a home* as one'would, ; uch .witln tots ignorant '
Henry 1 odur,& taB.Mat*. js8iNORTON& y- d the vine is yet in its infancy, we may k hundred- !
best wishorange Six : .
"old fields" furnish the opportunities ourselves that the time subsoil. Spread the toots oW: carefully will hot shrink after, the spokes' have seedling i -. 'J I
KOOKER. for investment, aDd particu- is not far distant when thousands of ( and place the vines; at such a been. .,dressed 'out. Carriage wheels trees in the gtove'and' 'thou I They have. a club'at the natoni

lady for colonies, ,who can ,jmme- will"be devoted'to its culture, arid depth that the crown of the roots.will: have often been made of the' choicest sands jn the nursery, 250 pine1 apple apital called "Oar5" Ti organ* .
tEAL ESTATE DEAl: E". comer: Ocean and fijywss acres be three .inches below the surface.} quality of ,oak timber after every plants, a quantity fcayUatiga ladies "
art ( i tionisipposedentrcly ,
their' will forman inporiunf
Jacksonnae.Fds.Mmey avail themselves crop the
loaned .e Real Estate ecuntr. oK alUfc diately grape Not only is it,Tone: : the: ends of.the roots should be: a few spoke bad been seasoned for several: nanihofi guinea pe and its exclusive business is the propo
and Fire Inuiracje Aeeats aud dealer! in Pine and rely upon them (or cle .of.the. growth of tomatoes* 'egg plants cu. .
capacities, inches.lower. Use the st.1rCace.5C'il lo and to the surprise .Ata it
..,Plantation&C- Springfield uburt a.p.,daSty. of the most delicious and, easily- years; &c., ding of c nundru'm. rece;
4poadaIcc_ | nilicited. j.1I6. sustenance at once. raised fruits,- but it also gives quick fill up. A-few.. andf !s. of bone flour, wheelwright every spoke would *workin cumbers, of cabbages the ,'omip bet must meeting,according to a correspondentf

Corn is raised very generally in this and in conjunction with or some, .thoroughly decomposed the joints before the vehicje had are some ,and 'Curi r-Jourtal, the followingohnndrums '

I I.I "OUfcUJ OtKMS AT tA.AJTNAH. KICK*.I but is adapted loa returns ; inter' manure, will not.come. amiss if mixed run three.. months. The defect! in such be added:skillful arrangement a took'the lead "When
State not specially culture, planted rows, of and
air enterprise
orange and willjive'thei attributed< general
with the soil in filling be to
up instances :could not .hrift.
: Houses of
trees, d\\o the two Congre'
of such mediate between the -orange the direction of :p"par
// ROBINSON climate equably high temperature : :vines a vigorous start i in the inferior .timber, nor, .to. perfunctory In going most. ludicrous?** "When

WBDLBSALB&irruzDRUGGIST. 'so long continued as to give a would form'.an important, auxiliary. When plantfng'vines ihe first bul simply to this one he. ...Double.rJlun, we. .pass, sev'eialyoung 1
while the spring. workmanship, : Sea'rng are oh the one side, and the noes
much more lucrative return jn other and give speedy returns; at maturity, tune in Florida, ,my instructions from circumstance-lhat.the parts of wheels groves,some of which, are ,- on 'the prher," Next, *When is-Jt '-
orange trees were arriving embracing 1000 trees. Crossing
Hoeg Block. Bay St., crops; more suitable to the soil and and ibe advantages 'Florida; 'possesses the'nurseryman were to plant so thathe" were put together before the timber double, Run, to the Southwest side \roman wetter the when she has.a
FLORIDA. of the root would be eight had ceased to'shrink. head crick in her
JACKSONVILLE crown raterfall her
of on a
in early
climate. States point in theJ'directJonof
other and
overall, of the lake going
inches .below; the surface of the To ,that the best qualify; of eck.a cataract,in her iner ,
prove n eye
1 J.PCX.'JWIJIt; rmEacxirricoa: A InCLU.n.1 I The average corn crop of thewhole ripening places us beyond Northern competi ground ;' but from a press of other oak will shrink,-afer spoke! !is 'dressed the Ok'ahumkee rim. we' pass. the ears.., and in her drop r'

,- Slate.does not exceed twelve to fifteen tion. While_ the with three to grape-ten work I was somewhat neglectful of his out, let a tenon, be!made .o q one ettlemehts( Mesr. Joyner, Stck. '!''When she sprng. in her heacL

with careful culture would< grower is content ,and portion be driven .immediately into house, ,- Spicer,
bushels, but instructions, planted a end; and Tiefe. was considerable commotionycrihis
p&LNTING.TlE cents per pound, we can safely expectto Duncan, Kcndric, the two places ,o(
shallower., The result,was, that those I mortise after-few dayls exposure riddle of the ladies
probably giv average1 of twenty realize from twenty to forty. a ; Maj. ; e, those.of Dr.. Gas-. some *
shallow made much the best in workshop the spoke mar be JamesDraRe ( .die j'ntellectuit of"the
planted. a: warm or
Still alluvial manifested tor
bushels Jo JLhc acre. on The increasing interest: ton Drake of Capts. Fhares r
growth And.a few years after, having -: withdrawn with'litile dffficuhjr.. 'The n whfch lias Been ;
)aciety. The
bushels has been in .its culture induces a correspondingdesire Dr Kent,,the Waldo property Sur
Eady ;
ands to sixty
NEW SOUTH fifty with to occasion remove some 'of the same bet will hold, good in i the manuacture -, and rewing def away,' althoughan;
information regard Drake and the promising
of Dr. ,
raised. The average.crop of John F* vines, found that, th planied deep ( ,of woodwork! at'aliy cindwhere'oak j npression remains that 'it was'

JOB AND BOOKPlUNTL."G::: : Rollins, on Fort George,: ; Island, last details of the: various, .operations con I had .thrown out new roots near the is employed for.tenons. In. extensive grove of.Mr. Manyof dnlr "so s..J'sti -- .' : :--l:iTi't' .. ,.
nected with it. It notiny purpos d men-
..... bushels surface, and that the 'old"roois' were order to make joints that will never ihes. places serye'spf i .. '- <>'" '> '
yeir, was thirty-five some i in this paper to give an exhaustive or : natural! utr : Drake'splace !
condition when which"the i tenonsare
ESTABUSHUENT.T acres producing (ty-five bushels. lenghthy account of the operations n' much 'th"same as start:! 'io, the be piece made"on should be dressed is not equaled- in my judgment. OF 'CoomtM'asocial .

.. for.the formation a vine planted out. other. 1 gentlemen held recently
', necessary has by.any gathering ;
No better country exists within mybiowledge a several times, until shrinking ,
Before and after planting, good,. :
but few directions, of the:
a general besides D one
yard Phares' being
let the tenons be made. Capt. 'place < o
(or poultry of all!! kinds. ihe stout light-wood stake, seven feet ceased. Then ,
which be a guide to planteror number MarrajrHiU (
; handsbme'and tbe.Ne.York.
"t\e cw4e&s for may while an exceedingly commanding sys
shrunk exposed
Proprietor arc Mcparc4 1 eawcwle be driven down twelve .After these have. ;
is mild that little shelter long should conversation
pcioa The:; climate so amateur grapegrower.In .oC warm site, has upon it the' oldest Exfresf),
of'r. influence a .
and : for .a.4uoe- Inches from th'e' vine. Having 'endeavored to thc drying .:' lack of knowledge.ottie
1 of any kind is needed, some selecting actuation .'thei;spokes or other parts grove' in thiS region. .Capt.McE.idy tame'o
PLAIN OR ORNAMENTAL PRINT LNG.CAI.D& yard the main point should be to avoids ;0 give the necessary details workshop, sweet has .homer and 'a fine : details o( housekeeping{ ,
at a
crop be, grown every be" driven Into: their respective cozy
green of yine-
'" situations. If for paying the our may the
ji 'Jfli: far as possible low : The which is said to bdi'v
season of the year. Poultry always thenext step is trainng. places, with the assurance(especiallyiftbey" young grv. country over.wbi
water yard: ; important of .The Ua.ught"rs
the roots be exposed stagnant majority 'ladies
t.cJ. young
BUSINESS ,. re in oil paint previous we leaving
,.? like fair care. The first only one cane dipped _
dp well with anything The vines arc,liableto, becomediseased stasqg ;: the timberwill shrink ron, is very xleyatedi.embraciag some i e ,,, of host .declared tha, fU

VISITING CARDS. ;. Eggs inthis; city will.averageTtbjrocgh and the grapes.rot. All of the higher should be:allowed to'grow-all 'of.the to driving'that'. very fine pine, and .hammock lands, I that is t.e d on ifiis subjectji .\
WEDDING .CARDS.. "" ,1 the year from thirtyo:6ve.toJony: cents lands, both hammock aud ,pine,,are otber'Sh'oots' should be rubbed consists no raorevMany kinds farming implements, and many beautiful lke vjews.andMiilding correct,.and to prov. their stjiii _
6rst :
The after culture the season '"
suitable. New hammock lands are to mile front proir.rdtf a dinnercniipose4OTtheusual
BILL". -HEADS,.'. ....... per dozen, and chickens well grown those in keeping'the ground free: from in the manufacture of whic .. bite oak sites., A a courses' ""each t '
be preferred to cither pine or : : Phares.'jDut in the ptneJwuodss number of .
... LETTER HEADS, will cen.t at feast. and the yi.nestled to:the stakes. and- .& mplciyed 4, d'er.veiy un- itpt. ,
average .fiery that have been in eultivaibn. After weeds because the and 'grove of Maj. dish',to be coke by U1e'l dieistbein. .
'CIRCULARS, he that satisfacory .ewice, ', ,simply _
cane : pUrerl
[ foUowiog {
fora In Pecember :
OSTE$4. I send )'ou.a copy of the NEW having'selected, a. proper location seasoned rimberwas; nQt allowed to r g' about 5000feei from the senrantsi t
.', 'of f vineyard, the next step 'will be the was allowed. to grow:: ;the. past season the I thre arid four 'old. Thts The oferw The diana ., ;
cpnjtaining general driven years
SccTjr a report ; s'accete.
BRIEFS. .beforeih'e tenons we/e .
; to foot and shrink: :
tfrAMPHLETS. of.the soil for the recep. should be cut back; coe '' of proTidedaday. : after the ,
Chamber of Commerce preparation 'I JIke: t nanner, place is an encouraging g exponent was '
.; .' the International tionof: the young vines., ,In all sandy two canes allowcc"l to.(row ihe/ollov-, 'into the njortices.and other. : 'oak furniture will the productiveness of pine land.-Thereare young ladies acting as waitresses. The

upon the character and"resour- of organic ing .season-all other shoots being oak..c liajri declared to beezccllcot.i'Each
BLANKS OF ALL KJNDS.LORED soils there is usually a want 'such 'an extent about 7562 trees 'it, the -orange ooking.was

ces of the State.-ED, NEW Spurn. materials, and that,want should be .rubbed ocr;, also any t uncles of fruit (Tcquently"shrint: id dowel .Okahumkeeand o( the; ladies have been

< PRINTUiC AND CJLT,WORK.XEAT . ol f should they mate thjir appearance. that; thefpurainels1, rungs, pins groves; btween. yonJ ,of-hapdsom :
: w supplied by applying a compost and "banisters Will all':work Joose, if ooble>runu Crsng the lattet.weareuoa' presented ? ,:pair

F\I\$; t-- '" <.f', The Smithsonian Institute has eight leaves, muckyroshwan'd'w'arsn-grass: The after' treatroerif fcr1the'Jsecridj theirec: tion.We" 'have --described 'Corley's; islnd" naroedsin! acelet&- &as a.mark.of,zppfeciatfojLof* _

j muraroicsr'takeh' 'fronj a cafe. or Stable manure?"*lf the soil is notnaturally'goodroi bang ih.inie.s1nthe': 'p- ; honor clout distinguishedrepnrsentaj. the culinkUdstjcd. ,:
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NEW" one hundred and feet International Chamber of Commerce.The do not know but they jr entitled, as An Unfortunate City. State New entirely unintuence by considerations

M THE SOUTH. abut face breadth extending twenty-fv from about members of the. Jacksonville outsiders by birth, to npre rather'tan Three times,within the last four years, The editor of the Apalachicola Times or The cause preferment of his from Oregon_

M$ fc ).t.AOAMS. ). eight feet in depth of water back to the Branch, are informed that "The natural less courtesy than i bronately born the city of Oshkosb,Wisconsinhasbeenvisited pitches the Rip-VanWinkles pf that sIl to attend to private resignation business was and g

: (I0. ..uaaUTII.) ADAMS CARRUTH & CO. down It.The I and raised in this hospitable State. by fires of the most destructive seedy village in this wise: to buildup a law practice in .
Ciao.avuslDa. 3r bank which t graded to meet facilities of transportation to, through tM, eHyr

ViJaft'lV machine shop is a heavily built and and from ha been selected nature, laying waste large areas in the CAX'T SEE IT.-'Ve have not been specially in the United Suttt Stffireiaa

J. S ADAMS. EDITOR. of about Florda" and discussion No Time fu Side Issuer ,or' mere heart of the place and destroying,bun- .able to. find more than one man with C >nrt. r-
--- strong but neat building as the topic for thought The
t ? very President
( Negations.The enough life to his mouth in favorofdevising SQ rn-
dreds of of dollars worth of open deeJtt
? : TO CORRESPONDENTS OTHERS. forty by sevety teet, and has a signlarly at the next meeting to be held on the of the thousands means to induce the Immigration Station to attend the of

lt"nu.T Local Intcmt are elicited from mil pam of the neat and tidy appearance externally. It last business day Vn May. By requbst'of attempt on the'par Democratic property each time. But the conflagration -I of agricultural 'settlers to this I the New York Chamber oi Commerce
Stale Abo. communication: o.tubjecu of central by the ostentatious parade ,
1 intcrot.especially educational! octal and!industrial is nearly completed and is to be made HON. J. J. FINLET, President. party of the 28th of April is a calamity section. And yet1 we saw a gardt'ne on tobe, heldMay 6.

& copies. Correspondent sbouIJ make'their letter at fire by metalic roof. As of simply collateral or unimportant, or which may well stagger the enterprisingand the street one day this week asking fifty Washington/ApriUs 28.-Judge
II-. .p brief a* the fact and circunutances will permit. proof f you wbrs than of false issues Intended ward S. FA
these for beet. It is it of New
one true York
We art not responsible: for opinion* expressed by ourcorrespondent enter the machine shop, find it full, Cool Weather North. energetic population, of that most cent weighe rletrepnt. ba
7 *. Rejected manuscript can neither to draw attention from en and a halt accepted of !
be returned prenerved. Anonymout contribution but not crowded with machinery.The Private correspondence corroboratesthe general tW active of Western towns, 'a it is the sit grown on pine land.punds.. era!, and will enter UD.'D Attorney Oe
rill be noticed. the, and vital ,must
not motive power for the work ol' the reports of"the press of unusuallysevere ret questions I fourth time which has seen the business OTSTEUS.-To such of our citizens who uf his duties on )by15th, at diSbar

furnished of Bradford's weather at the North,and undoubtedly dominate the next Presidential struggle portion of the place swept clean by fire, are fond of these bivalves,-and who is th. 'resignation of Attorney General
Noble Words Fitly Spoken. shop is by one in this not destined i to Williams
the fruit through country, are and this last calamity so overwhelmingas not-we would advise to cull oii AndrewL. will take eaed.

; The paternal\ ani manly expressionsof "Excelsior Enlnes'manufactured by and prospects be eminently sOI'esful. The American to almost paralyze i human effort. Wing 'whose advertUment appears The President to-day appointed Major .
out the North West are precarious.
the W Engine Company, in this column. Where there is much
the ex-Union General Bartlett aterowi is of I so Robert McFeely now on the
: on a capable
grasping the fire
entirely short sketch of
; recent notable occasion of common national of Watertown, New York and is in An Illinois correspondent writes from pople' and important Below; give a idleness, it is refreshing to see a little Lieutenant General Sheridan, lt be
It is of Urbana closing as follows': intensely taken from Chicago sources: boy with ener enough to advertise his General of
model Subsistence
4 ;; Intercut at the North, arc fitly and ever respect a of art You Florida people will, perhaps questions involved, and by the histor .CHICAGO. April 29.-The,latest,intel- business; and if the idlers who frequent Commissar! deceased.Memphis ., ,

: as grandly 're-echoed back from the 15-horse. power and as a smille when you hear mnrcury was 12 of the last fifteen years, 'they, to ligence received from Oshkosh last nightis Andy's shanty and fill themselves at the April

; South. Memorial day in honor of the and mechanical skill well worth examination below thn freezing last Saturday, habitually accustomed themselves 'to I as follows: 'The fire commenced at expeuse oi,his hard labor, would' hand 21.Tbept"ntnarec

Confederate dead, was commemorated driving all the powerful and' several squalls pint. fell in this doing"their own thinking t drop'that! the corner' of.Pine and Marion streetsand him a dime semi-occasionally he would Ireatly males,unprecedented .horses and-
machinery the large shop with no semi-arctic region. I think we shall spread eastward and northward feel more encouraged to go on with his cattle by the Buffalo
: by public pr(cessions with music, banners entirely safe habit with undue haste.i work.Times.Go gnat. It is estimated
commence importing Esquimaux next through Hancock,1, Pearl, Warren, and that within the
and addre. One and the bestrel't.ind screeching nor jarring and with scarcely { and past ten days one
r The
es. don't difficulty of discerning properly streets the depot of the
climate High
if the hundred
I more noise than is made by an ordinary year change. I destroying for them again, brother Saurman; thousand dollars worth of stock
ufiillthe speeches, was by ex- .defining, any political, dogmas or St. Paul Railroad extending to hit where- vul! has been killed by them within aradius ofa
t : : Confederate General Evans, who among sewing machine. Mr. Alden's Pamphlet. i dotrinE that may be characterized a Main Street, where the principal business yon,'it yet one they are hundred miles, taking this city the ,
: take rank for excellence I houses are located, and on the north center of the circle. a
other things said Tbeseengines peculiar and exclusive possession of
; : Alden of New has
got up line of the above limits, southeasterly, '
# .: :. .Let us do nothing: to keep alive the of work and adaptability to a great an extensive correspondence about Florida the, "Great r Jeffersonian Democratic across Fifth, Wangoo and Otter Street The last rite Sabbath of Confirmation by Rt. Rev was conferred Bishop Sing Sing.April 29.-The Ndn.
L Empire Houses
paM4I.nslifwar. To study its lessons variety of situations among the best in so..large as to make the to Party" of &'day, i is confined entirely to t Ceape street, the South line being the Verot, on a large number of candidatesat truyed fire last wer fe.
i ,: i* prudence; to profit by its teachings is the Mr. Pond is sole agentfor tfor the river, with the exception of a loclortwo the Catholic Church in thte city. The b 'nigc 3
it letter and party. XX)
: wisdom f but t blir up the old) nimol keep up by impossible f about the ,
the sale of these in the State. crowded to its'utmost
: ties ill madness. The voice of this tuonuinent engines to publish a pamphlet fur the Information In political, as' in natural history, a lives footoUlil lost. The building was
son are and the officiated in
will not be for war but for Without sufficient mechanical know clear and definite description of an individual capacity Bishop
peace. of outsiders" who will be thieves were in possession 'of the city his usual happy style.-Key of the Gulf. P OST.OFFICE NOTICE.
x' It will say to us: 'The Confederacy has ledge to give a detailed description of in order be and .
purchasiug supplies here for their colonies t', intelligible, re last night, special policemen were
;' .,,' expired. Its treat life went out on the all the varied and ingenious,machineryin quires detailed to prevent depredations. The U. S. steamship Arbutus, belonging ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAL
f" ': purple tide of blood that flowed from next fall. 'something positive; mere negation the U.S,Light-bouse establishment,
II' The' in which the fire originated -
tho noticed six building A..I"
the hearts of its sons. We hare buried shop, we turning ,The major requests us to remind all t are not sufficient for a ple sing and was the saw-mill of Morgan & was sold at auction on Tuesday l last'by }Northern and\ete.dairy. co: A... >n".w_

it-we do not intend to exhume its remains. : lathes ot various sizes and different who wish to advertise in his book, that satisfactory comprehension i ,and will,not Bros., on the north side of the river. It Watson & Coleman auctioneers, and !;Fernandina diy-..Flrd._Rail-'_ ,
i We were utterly defeated and : where iron is made was knocked down to Mr. Charles i r. Palatka.; v )0. .
U'f":1. r adaptations t assume it will be necessary to hand in their suffice to distract. 'nor disturb the popular -, was as dry as tinder, and filled with Tit daily ).. P.II.
&.:. W4 dismiss our resentments. Sadly we. as many shapes and with as apparent most combustible The : rO the sum of.$4,53.5.-Keg Jut D Key n : Monday :0 1:4K
parted: with the tlo.r old cross ol stU"s.. as does wood in an ordi- advertisement very soon to J. S. Driggs understanding.-- was intense that materil. were bat pate!;. __.ans._every__ _. 9oA._.
;: w hich we followed ngh many a storm ol this city, as the demand for the bookis It will nut auisfy the earnest inquiries s I closes every Thursday__. 3:0 P.
able to sufficiently near torender II .
approach the Rev. FatherJ.
On Monday Melonvide, SanJ
i ot *hot and shell; but we take with the nary crpnters shop. There are two of intelligent men, simply to repeat, The I morning Entrre.

T; 1 1 : true hand tlf Southern honor the fctaff bring that perform their allotted urgent_ L _ however times, the usual any service. neighboring the L. Hugon arrived by the steamer $ 'ave....,..,..Tuesday....-_._a... 4:30rH., '
lumber piles fell an prey t i is aid : .
s many eqy ( I Clyde. The Ker. gentleman- to Fort George, &
that holdthe and
i flag stripes. YenowBlufan
< i work as effectually as do the loungers A Florida Invention. simple' negations that constitute the flames. Millions of feet ot sasosdlumber I F. LaRocque ia the cInes of Mayport ary .
I xiud with truest _,
re' feeling; to-day to tIU.tCY' and Friday_ _. P.
..y.: \ the fraternal words "f General Bartlett, about an editor's office, but differ Taking for granted that what redoundsto ordinary stuck in trade of Democratic were immediately envelupd. ministry. His long residenceIn I leave Wee am S 4O .

.'t ,.; spoken at the centennial of the first battle from them in this,that they bore to some the credit of citizen of our State, orators 'and writers. The parrotlikecries A dozen other saw and different pars of,Florida makes him zwday 9:"w
i any : lumber piles yielded to the fury of'. climate ami! to St. >i bulas_________. A. MUMA.MOFHCE .
th no stranger & oar J: I .
A f : : : ol the old volution." Afterward useful purpose. There i also one large and elevates the character of our home I of "anti-greenback,'* "anti-cen flames. The brisk winds fanned sympathy ol cue public. We extend th HOTJRS.Tbe .

!t 'i,:,; the Indies' Memorial\ Association decorated upright, power drilling machine, a marvel mechanics for skill and inventive flames which Were whetted by tbesmall '
f t '-M with flowers the of the ingenuity, tralization" and Uaoti-extravagance, the Rev.Father a cordial greeting, and wit Be daily(Sondays excrpted)
graves of mechanical skill and near by is frame house oflhe mill employes. Few from ft pc .M.The .opn
will be we that while regretting'his former
i: : Confederate and the Federal dead in the capacity, interesting to have from their senseless! and insincere wilt) ,
It' j open oo *
.. 1. Augusta Cemetery. an iron planer. Aside from these principal all our readers; we are glad to call at- repetition, lost much of their force. of the families for savedany of,htiretl.ct8. home he may find among u sufficient o'clock oc.I. Sa I top
The firemen .: time fought to, repay the sacrifice in our disire The general and tox elivcrex, wiSBaofeaaraSti'm
t machines the is to
: f Such interchanges of manly feeling shop abundantly tion to an. important improvement in. The people of this country are no in the face of terrible odds to slay tb render his sojourn and .duitnjf the itguiar hour*,ocept whc the l

I. >.', are honorable to the speakers and reflect supplied with all those minor tools, picket making machines, invented and mere gudgeons to be taken by any progress of' the fire, but were West Dispalcl.agreeabl bVal"Key received I being d*&ntMONa

I -. equal bonoj upon the whole people. appliances and contrivances, the conveniences patented through the American Patent shining baits or political "bobs" of this back step by.step. One afteranpther of. It establish fact that ORPER. OFFICE. .
now an 'Toe
the main street OtC Money rde oEc( wiU oyv* fro.a>*
1 j L I The special misfortune of the period, is of which none but a machinest I Agency, by Isaac Levy, of Ellaville in description. They Have too, distinct a the business licked buildings the on insatiable flumes, can bo I raised in Jefferson county, with 1:30 p.M.and fronT 3 to 4 f.*.b .

,,1' the exaggeration in different directions can well describe. And yet with all this State. recollection of another assortment of and were crumbled up into by musses of shapelessruins a little attention, of a large size ami p'Money n of the-Vnited orden are State.sled ti l otc y7f ll i ijmt

.p ,: of the facts by extremists of both parties this variety of machinery and crowds of; The object of the machine is to dress "antis," that have each in time, consti- from Algoraato Ceape street,where delicate flavor "3 1C 13 possible (or the ( Britarny.;witierland'and an the rate*ocommision.QE,1,1o1y Germany.ThcfcUbwini )

t t' '",11. < for partisan political purposes alone. strange tools, there is an air of neatness and shape the heads of pickets or palings tuted shining items of the blazonry were located all the principal dry goods dle Indian Florida River is country as good to a produce. Mi $ OIU
'".I t ,,,' j, For the other matters the truth lies between that shows the band of a master in arrangement and the new points consist in the appliances upon the Democratic flag, such a? "anti- stores. banks All of, them hotelsand went newspaper down befure offices. growth of oranges as the country eastern. portJon: ,C)9C O."5.o e t C"ctff,,,Se i nt _

j and supervision.We for and union "anti-war" of the State and the fact will become Oef not ,' cenIOrer *
A a the variant extremes supporting clamping anti-emancipation, the resistless hurricane. The merchantshad !oo $ao an e-i! ty 5 .

I I" ,i' On the one band, it is not true that the were as much interested as surprised pickets of different l lengths while being a anti-reconstruction" and "antisuffrageto time to save but little, for their fa- patent to the world.-MontecelZe Ov! r J$30*j and D lucee"ua||>o.23 mcn centofhf t ,

ju : South enjoys the same freedom off at the amount,and character of shaped by revolving cutters. The allow themselves once more to be cities for the transportation goods to Contiuin. fEGI O.DD
work of this but American favorable ltd such "antis" antics. of safety were limited. A few Mr. Robert Marvin has shipped. the or*i n Caenz:$i J.4$ftrtts"-
I thought and opinion in matters poiltical the shop, recently Scientific making very astray by or succeeded in carrying some of their of Irish Over Jio ar exceeding$20,5 cent '"
: erected and not entirely finished. mention of the invention They have a terse. but t' intelligible present season large quantities Over too nv :1 that obtains at the North and West. yet among valuable from the .
,. r most wares away potatoes to the Savannah and Jacksonvil1emarkets Over$30 wl sot ucci$ip,JtxxvOver .
Neither, on the other hand is the South Among others we noticed a steamengineof other things says: way of summing up' the pretensions of track of the fire 'but a great' number lost and has realized from the $40 and< *.K. ,A ffo,A tit}.Fo.cwawef._

4 in as uneasy and dangerous a situation SOhore power, just nparing completion 'The device can easily be attended the Democracy as an "inti-everytbing- their all. The,Beck with House and same an average of $. .0 per barre Jackson vllie.January f, 175- ) .

as has been represented. There are intended for a large steam yachtto by a single man, and it is claimed, can but-spoils" party, .which. seems to be:. Adams loue. two hotels of large: capa- Alontecello Constitution.The -
with nil modern
cut theadjustability city,
the river for travel. 5,000 pickets per day.o'rum comprehensive and satisfactory. NEW SOUTH asserts tha STEAMERS.0HARLESTON .
orthern and Western men resident ply upon pleasure in almost
4. of its various parts it i is improvements were destroyed _
who And then, which also is nearly comdUtAa. With the exception .of a' ,bitter and worth the papers of Jacksonville ha\e' uniformly L
: South are every whit as good as capable executing a large variety of the twinkling of an eye. Nothing
: those WOO bave remuina* .t K,*....., ..d is an eoaint erected for n side- work the same in condition fit and most intense,opposition to the exist- mentioning was saved., The loss on given as much space and effor AND FLORIDAJSTEA.M
', ? in the indiscriminate abuse lavished wheel steamer for J. Rockman, of Fort IU1 lelvinJ. at J: Clju'nij ....._ sTernnit'uli *** _"-* thn former | be abputJ540.000 and to the drawing of attention to the re-
ajf _. '
ble the 'UE aa'pJ wi ----. r .i; and, attractions uf
for above described the 3 ) 7Tne j. PACKET CO.
purpose or on l.iter newspaper ,
; Meade thus evidence of universal and devoted adhesion .U. '
giving pleasing suffrage, a
upon "carpet-baggers/1 for a tenoning machine, by simple and telegraph shared the tate Middle Florida as has been done by our -
the estimation in which the skill of one to the most'extreme doctrines uf own local Bro. Adams, that ,
: : There are Southern born men here adjustments of the heads and carriages; of the surrounding buildings The press. say I _

1 I : 'who are actuated by motives as high of our Jacksonville mechanics is held and bv suitable changes of the' knives, the state-rights sch ol, nothing positive Northwestern office was'probably! the over again and say it very' slow, be- CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.

and their fathers into away from home. Another engine of picket-heads of any desired patterns and definite can be pointed out as distinctively most valuable. The Northwestern is a cause we want if you realty
} as '
patriotic urged mean it. But we will that the newspapers ROUTE TO THE NORTH.
i bu formed. The machine, we are daily papt-r, and the office was tilted up say QUICKEST
constructed for may democratic ,
f the revolution, or led themselves dazed GO-horse power is being tuctrhl. or posi- .down,there have never evinced -
informed, is the first which has been with all the facilities for its publication On and after ijth inst.the steamen on rout
L by the ignis (alum of State rights into Mr. Boyd of Palatka, for milling pur- d--tset-for-- "roducinf the--- .uitket.hpidgincowpletestate. ----- ----- tion. Democracy means hard money and for the excution of job printing. unkind spirit towards. : this 'section. and will run a follows: d.

,. : the seething cauldron of secession. poses we suppose. ." in.the East, and unlimited paper moneyin Nothing was saved. Theloss will I l"ie we have never beard any complaint or TiE STEAMER DICTATOR,

t t Let: the people compel the politicians We noticed a curious looking craft We are glad thus to chronicle the success ,the West;: it goes for peace' kindly about $18.0 The Times, a sprightly rid seen ian.any charge in that direction. -Flo- CUTJ!LEO VOGEL
D. W.Fernandez
i to confess these facts and ceasing to I hauled up by the side of the wharf that of one of our Florid mechanics and feeling in the North, weekly, by Win until farther notice leave CHARLESTON
fr had also all the conveniences of first-
f a FIXE WHEAT.-Through the kindness. everyTUF.SDAV evening and SAVANNAH evety
whole classes the 1 attracted attention and examination hope for him -a round profit the result and Ia white man's party'1 home- .
.f judge by meanestdeeds our on a us-nt class office. His loss will :reach 810- of W. Chapman q., were the recipients -.WEINF."DAV ar"rn. for
t. : of their worst elements, to talk disclosed it to be a steam-pile of his ingenuity. rule"' i in the South., It is of a scriptural 000. Three men arc reported killed by ot a few stalks WI of wheal,gl own ,JACKSONYILL D & and taMnne-

tendency, so far ai it is "all things to falling w.tlU. The names could not be his five and hut date IniD&
I, reasonably and sensibly about the solution driver, provided with one of Pond's own on place, measuring a RETURNING:

::r of the difficult problems of today.A engines"so arranged a to propel the Interesting Correspondence. all men," but i ready to hopes ascertained in the confusion. Rumors feet with' ful'I and perfect heads. showing Will leave PALATKA every THURSI> V eveafcf
of further loss of life were also prevalent to degree of perfection almost I to
of innate cuiious looking craft it being supplied ELLAVILLE, FL' April 28, 1875. ol success, rather oi opposition to and JACKSONVILLE every FRIDAY morning
man meanness was never every
I but were not authenticated up to a any cropfor the sustenance of man or :.suit the tide EKNANDINA same dy.aTI5SaVA.NAH a
enobled yet, by any.accident of nativity with side-wheels, or, by a slight changeit I! EDITOR base DAILY toEhlaiville ADVERTISER fur :few Having ,. thing that ha been done to save'and late hour last night. Over two hundred beast can be produced upon the soil pour f and CHARLESTON. every SU'.

I workof changed : f days, strengthen the Union, than residences large and :.small, were beantiful and fertile land. He has CITY POINT.CxrtAW .
and the! derivatlonofno, man should be can be turned on to the regular I will give the readers of the Advertiser upon any TiE STEAMER
expressed preference for positive burned, anti over one hundred stores also growing a 'most luxuriant plat 'of ]. W.:FITZGERALD.
I f allowed to entirely eclipse his confessedly pile driving.In brief sketch of this wide-awake little any
z Situated the southeast banks policy ol its own. I hotel banks &c., we're also burned' blue grass, which with present indications -. win leave CHARLESTON every FRIAY.
traits.Carpetbagism town.
;4 : good the rear of the machine shop, stands House, a valuable structure will a success.MariannaCourier. ning. fcAVANNAH every ale.

is as respectable at the another quite large m w building, intended of rivers the(within Suwanneo.a few and hundred WithlZo'bee yards of Democracy, with all of its fine phrasesand i costing nearly: 8100000. and the finestin prove for KA and intermediate landings.RETURNING;JACKSONVILLE.. .

} i t South as at the North and West and for a foundry, ajd is to have a their confluence,) with a population glittering' generalities I!rapidly' Wisconsin. outside. Milwaukee, was We believe that it is a settled fact that :

4. -: Southern men are no more soured and cuyoU-turnace in the centre with a crane ranging from 500 to 1.0. representing retracing its' steps towards dangerous also dC troye.. most.The-moderate loss 13, variously estimate Col. n,-L.,U.rt,ha sold out. hiw.,otiro W' very SUNDAY nr.

: embittered than Northern' men would nearly every, race, clur nationality, position it held from ISO to 1864, ; and interest in the Putnam Hotel. Hereafter JACKSONVILLE every MONDAY. t
that reaches into every corner ot the anr being 875,0 the highest $2,000.- the Putnam will be of the the-tide, FEKNANDINA same day arriving
t : have been under the same circumstances.The to do the work'of the though Afl'ic claims largest repre- and it is penetrated with shame, at therecollection ( is' in' the utmost confu- U. run by Manchester one !Sa.Dn and Charleston eveiy' '1 m Amf OMMH .
building heavy 00. F. Orvis, oi
_. sentation-but none arc allowed t remain of having trotted out the Hundreds of families'are homeless.! co.parners. THROUGH TIKE AND BILLS OF LD
business. This is some unless work is a cultivated gentleman -
thirty here long they go to Oris ING YOKK
r:.. Industrial Machine' by forty-fiye'feet buiding square and when completed and stick' to it The white populationare Democratic wo1 in 1872, dressed up in Women and children are lying about the and knows, anybody knows, bow DELPHIA. BALTIMORE.
,{ of industrious the sbeep' of the, ,Grtely streets or roaming'around in search'of to keep a first class hotel.. The Putnam These Steamers make close connections at Satn
I .. We have dealt so often and so long the shafting for motive power for composed principally places fur Iheher. The heavens were with the New York MeamavAC
mechanic and laborers and is now closed for the summer..-Palatka (
intelligent !* platform ornamented with
: ; "what be done" will extend thana lit with the lurid glare of the fire RUTS.
't : upon may in }Florida as the two buildings more the extensive mill up Herald.
drawn hither by saw the turkey plumes of liber RAVENEL & CO Oarleston. .
big political which, up to a late hour last night, 'was ,
J to subject ourselves somewhat to ridicule. hundred feet. and in Jack ROBINSON.Savannah.
the largest must complete the BURIAL OF JACK .PARBISII. BRAINARD &
alism. But now that all done with: fiercely. Gangs of desperadoes -
: t and our speculations ot the business We noticed, among other evidencesof State. Everything is carried on by machinery i were burning prowling about, seeking plunder. Parrish, the colored man, by; JEF EFFREYS.,'KEYS&BRO. &SON.hmn

f r : possibilities exiting in thin region Mr. Pond's handiwork specimens of I propelled by a powerful engine The liberals can serve them no longer, They succeeded in creating the greatest Hodge,(white). was buried last Sunday; R. J. ADAMS BIO..JaYU Pal.ub
with huge fly-wheels filly fee in circum they have .accomplished their purposein eveniug. There was quite a turn out of C. H. BOHN, SI Au ti. j
liave been mentioned as too theoretic varieties of iron fence, of various prices! terror, aud the. citizens organized for 1IU
t ference. These mills lurnish employment breeding some degree of confusionin our citizens, especially the whites who
I : and imaginary for practical use. fron ,76 cets t $2.W per foot, one of to the entire village, besides a mutual protecton. The police, were throughout the whole affair, evinced
,4 I the ranks of Republicans, and the them or to quiet YORK AND
.* "We' have, in good faith, spoken of which, a special contrivance of Mr. large number of hindl engaged in cutting 1 old the fears of suppress, Ths flames beganto the deepest interest in his behalf. NEW .

j, 1 j :: cotton manufacturing, the making of Pond, struck us as the most ingeniousand and railing logs for many mills on "Glorious straight Democracy" goes yield to the outrage persistent efforts of the Jack had his faults like other men, .

t r ; wooden ware, the manufacture oi servicable iron fence we have ever both rivers and others getting logs on back t Its' first love, of pure State Rights.To firemen and citizens at 9 o'clock. It is but he was regarded truthful and honest FERNANDINA

': the line of the Jacksonville,PensaculaandMobile usetn expressive Southern phrase, anticipated that the insurance companieswill and these good qualities won him many .
f I leather, soap sugar cigars and of the Been. Railroad to bo hauled to the mill stanch friends amongst the leading mn. STEAMSHIP I4NE;
the forthem" withdraw their from
Democracy having "no use patronage
; drjlojj ol fruit and ship,building. &. ,The present wharf, near the river by donkey engines built for the purpose. this city having threatened this of the place. He was a member of the

.t J easily! (possible branches uf business that edge on which stands the machine shop, Chartered trains leave here daily for any. they are left out in step last,summer.they will Board County Commissioners, and ,
I ,. Jacksonville laden with heavy the cold, and will, in the main, drift Arrangements though but little educationhe .
J could be pursued equally to the profit of laces on the river for a breadth of one ship be made to organize the newspaper offices possessing
of lumber fur Northern and and attentive in the discharge i October s,18r
meats back to Republican party, as nearest in the unburnt district. Telegraphl6 was diligent !ERNADI'A.IL. +
: : those particularly engaged and to the hundred and fifteen feet and is soon -
,.t Drew Buck! the His
& his duties.
t of
.r pean makts., pr- in and! out communication severed at burialupen.1sus "
T advantage of the community; but badQe"er be completed by the extension for one &rictors mills-one of the, most the theory ot practice human t carrying and an early of the fire.was II were defrayed by Capt. Willard and I NORTH POIN. .
looked upon the manufacture, of hundred and twenty feet into the river enterprising firms in the South' have principles justice other citizens of' Cedar Kes.-Ceciar Capt.
the of fraternity that lent to the Greely platform I Journal.: SlTl
more to develop resources Keys
iron and the building uf mtchinary: as addition wharves from each and, so .
Florida than the commissioners of chiuf attraction. Baffled, The Law of Nations. LEO.Capt. .
entitled to be ranked among the probabilities to leave an inclosed slip one hundred al have the it a -
I I emigration humbugged well as betrayed, the Liberals can no The association for the reform and General News. .DANI ELS.
u.LL&i of local business. But, making, I and twenty feet in length and fitly feet State since the war. Instead ot bringing ,
codification of the law of nations of
with their treacherous
A day ur two siuce, a visit to the Indu'itrial in width, with a depth of fourteen feet into the State a set of lazy, worthless and longer two-faced consort colleagues.' which David Dudley Field of New The following the President is.the correspondencebetween aud .Attorney; CAN ACCOMMODATE HFTY FIRST-

Machine Works in Brooklyn, near at the entrance and capable of receiving negro idlers to invade hen roosts and York, i is President, and Count Frederick Gener! Williams relative to the latter CLASS PASE GERTe
till election and
comes on "Sbitll the with its inef-
_ this city, and giving them a careful. the largest vessels, to lie in perfect thun barnyards vote Into, office their inferior colleagues Democracy, Sclopia, of Turin, Vice-President, is resignation : steamers sail from New York Pie.No
facable bitter
ant critical examination we own that security while receiving their machinery the carpet-bag and scalawag. recrd'of opposition t actively engaged in laying a substantialfoundation DEPARTMENT OP JUSTICE. ? Riv.ecr Thursday,aad from Fernandina BaUroUWharl
- the essential principles of national on which it
I we wens most egreeahly surprised t find from the shop at the end of the slip. to do the efficient stealing, this firm has very and may the prosecute work WASHINGTON, April 22, 1875. ) every
who union and be given, with intelligently usefully great WEDNESDAY.For .
introduced class of supremacy
: S close at hand, a foundry and macblueW We give more space to this matteron a workingmen which its members have taken in band. ToTuEraxDT: '
their bread bv the sweat of the brow, its leaders of D more than office of Attorney .
__ Li earn certainly : hereby resign the
that ( Vice Presidents have been named in all
chop for convenience of location, account of the surprise a well as freight or passage apply t
and have brought capital to furnish common honesty and patriotism once General of the United States, to
the civilized countries f tbe'world. The
b of afforded the short visit HERlii GELPCKE.Agent.
pertectnew equipment, thorough pleasure us by them others
employment as as who the take,effect on the 15th prox. I cannot
the to and intent of the association York.
more opportunity New
___ ti p .adaptation to business ingenuity and 'and we advise every citizen are willing to work. There is not a sacrifice been object known circular from Lon ba dissolve our' official ,relations without, '. 5 Williams I.
L ,kill lu mae State in the Union that offers greater inducements .common union and the.generl safety, by thanking forthe many ,of -' ,i p: )icu.r;;) D.
arrangement, who capable receiving "you. Rltl '
surpuse sanything pleasure don to the furthest part of Aus-
interest away
to the capitalist than does to prosecute solely, and confidence -which Pol"'.Block,By iVJ.
I i &we have seen in the Southern country from inspection,of a good, local enterprise the Land of Flowers, and monicd men and a partial good P tralasia and in Ceylon. The objects of friendship have honored ,me and with Or ; ,WOODWARD. .,. .,
: [ 1 or had supposed likely exist in thoroughly well carried out, beginning their, to the This is to be the question of the next the association are the reform and codification you ,
t are t open eyes for yon personally my very high regard
of the law of nations. Its relations KepresentingCUATER KtlG.Aen
- this line of business. t go and take a look for himself and he fact, and profit by it. campaign, and something and more oratorial than with the Institute of InternationalLaw and esteem. Very respectfully .10.10 sw Fernandina.& Florida.T ..

_ This establishment not yet entirely will find It pleasant to leave with a feeling .I We are' glad t republish the above mere flights mouthing about "phre' reform founded at Gbent, shall be such as i' GBO. II. WILUAMS.EXECUTIVEJVIAKSIOX t .

; completed, though in active operation gratification thatone of our own fellow II I extract from a Florida letter t the Savannah and state rights, or home rule,?' be were determined by the'Conference 'at I ,, / ASON1C.(.

- as farat the machine chops are concerned, citizens has J well inaugurated an enterprise I Advertiser, on account of the favorable required to i hoodwink, once wi, an Brussels October; 1873. A series of WASHINGTON, April 28, Ig75. S \/T
have had all questions has. submitted to chambers To lion. GEO;,' II. WILLIAMS; SOLOMON NO. 2.
t I located in less than one. in the successful conduct oC which mention made of one of our most intelligent people. They ben Attorney LODGE

__: ..4 four of a mte Brkly frm Railroad wharf, every one ot' US may feel a 'just pride. enterprising firms. But, after having:I. of that Democracy they deem the Buchanan stripe, .!jurists of and commer.mertantie'banker bi different brokers ,DEAR General SIR.-In ffbo'United States your: resignation each Regular menp'6t, ; 1Id third weJ.fa .

;I. on a new and substantial' wharf on the Mr. food I one'of oar quiet, IntellU thus purported t land so highly the countries, elicit their opinions of of Attorney Genera mol Eo. W. JONES. .M.CHAS.

::' water front of one of the beatiil1t gent and respected neighbors who with course of the firm, the fling oi the closing The bop of St. Augustine's Visit tote as to the desirability.ot' adopting of the United States, to effect on ., C. ELLIOTT,Secretary.CARRIAGE __

known as the "Fail-bank1 lOl" just little talk has much, not paragraph is quite too cruel.. ,Seminoles. one uniform system in the laws usages the 15th of May, 1875, as;. tendered l by / SHOP.
aOtompUabe and to bills of exchange, and letter of the 22d of April allow ma
over the citylpe. and is the property of only for the promotion as we hop of Drew&Buck!are both carpet-baggers, Bishop Verot,; of ,the Diocese of St. there forrsas I that Mr. Field and his youI express my appreciation of the ability \J '

t oar rri n neighbor Frank R. Fundind his own private interest, but' and probably have done more t collect Augustine,returned from the Everglades aSloiRea'wU be' able to accomplish a zeal and efficiency with which the trust GEORGE-I., LEA,

: ha been constructed by him alter general, encouragement of maniifactu bout them and retain a crowd of colored toKny West on he 25th nIt The ob grea good humanity by effacing confided to your charge a been per CARRIAGE 'AKR, .

of bis than other firm. of his to ascertain themost'nuwerousy'iettie4 many of the causes which at. present formed. My sincere friendship'accom-
plans OWP, skillfully adapted to ring and the mechanic arts. any existing ject vUjt was AND ADAMS STREETS.
tend irritate people and natioosagainsteach in the field ot life you .
ill the wanu of what to We sincerely for him the But not be stigmatizedfor localities with t panies you new cR.
promise b wt success ought t otber.-Ne Iral pave, ,chosen-and best wishes, f 1o r your, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA
_ come a business ol great magnitude' ,and which his skill persistence deserve what in reality, they could not help, w view,t the nmediate dispatch. 'of'a 1oJ success, Ver respectfully .' .1 'I Buggd *

&> we hop corresponding' and commend him t those abroad who as the labor of colored men ,was psgeo Catholic_mis.i n ry. The Indian. ,population London.:April 28.:-Gillery i ;Piffgott, [Signed. 't U..J GaT.-' will Light build W' fr wlai .._C..

-,, The ,U strong and thoroughly do not know him, as a first-class work hal) to the success of their enterprise In variously estimated at between Puisne Baron oi the Cur of Exchequer Gen. WHllma aothoriesand requests leMna 3 i& Co''' aD_ 'w *

_I Mt "pILfde4, I pearly, *}Baro and I laD nod.p upright t mn. Upright, aergtto. and s we three and f9ubuldled. died to-day, the lttemen t was J J


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CITY NEWS. shots fired at the vanishing burglar one of the -
-Apropos approaching summer NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
took effect the ball slightly entering the vacations, the pupils St. Joseph's FLORIDA 'S'yrN'GS "BAN'.1: ;,' : .

brother of ex-Gov. back of his neck about 'T P. C. EMMONS : .,, ;: '
.Herbert Reed, two inches to the Academy propose to make an,excursionto f 'TJNITED STATES MAIL, -

Reed of this State died at his right oi the spine. He, however, made Black Point on the 13th inst. J. A RA ETATE"' EXCHANGE. .
holDe Arena Wi., on the 25th nit. The good his escape until arrested by policemen -T. B. Walsh has two stores 50 by Freedman's DacorporateJ July 6th,1874. 0 WaJu g .A5d t.styg, '
wen known in Jackson- Pelot Bank BW1di. JactoanrBIe,Fix; Proposal win be recdvrd a* the Contract Offin aC
on Bay street '
> on Friday under
: deceased wa 21 to let on Bay street between Libertyand Mr Enunons having d'q professional rela- ;. ., ". this DVpaiuaem M 0 3 o'clock p,sa.,U May jnt.1(75,.
and universally respected. uspicions circumstances. When taken Market either the month tiom won J. P. & M Railroad.will receive macelUiw.ous .' orna LOVER1DGFS BUILDING. OCEAN SE} (w be decided by JUT to,115,for carrylag the BUW :
tiDe by or .
cuts United Sates boor -
into ho business la his plOfcsaioaoH yn. JA Jaiy y. 1(75. to J- jo,
custody was barefooted and II .oaths. ,cateIatbeStateofFkrlda,
The ,
year. locality is about one of the Imaisi.-Tnteest the
(ailing to count a rate client and t p co woeeoaperdayoa $* )wlfl be paid and by the schedule of dcpartuna .stylish herein

Nassau County Fair. himself give a satisfactory of best in Jacksonville. For terms apply THE FLORIDA PHOTOGRAPH ay 1 t r a t t.b. s h"I t- i d B.t b specified- ,vu: t

was lodged in the city jail. pp Se'wiceti$7d. ,
fair will be held on the 12th and to Mr. Walsh on the premises.Mr. .
This Being fully identified be AJrDFERROTVPE A-A 10 : Oft dt ikan U"UIT< andpenonaf property.. lo31 From Jasper to ABcrua.14 milesanark. awtWck,_
was committedby
stedrse O
J. S. Parker the = r r -
instants at Fernandina. the railway of East Jacksonville t I db nl other ample J
ijU Justice W. J,., Coan in default of ,GALLERY, Leave-Jasper Saturday a*8 a nt> ..
wd steamship companies issuingt ickets showed us lastSunday some small Jla E3TAT-This corporation will act.t or the purchase and sale. real estate or the renting Arrive at AacrusB by I,B P .,. _
two thousand fire hundred dollars bail bonanzas in the shape of Irish potatoes ATtAimc BLOCK BAT STBXXT JcrsoirmiB managewirn oC property c. o. Leav Ancrom hantrday at 1 p M t
at half fare.II Arrive at Jasper by J p K. _, /.
to bis
trial for attempted burglary planted in March which speak volumesfor Is the only place in the State where every branch of JAMES H. PAINE. SAM'L SPEARING JONATHAN. C. 'CREELZY.. Bond repaired with bid.$aoo. .

Mews Stand and Library. at the next session of the circuit court. the producing capacity of the landon the Art is Successfully Conducted. Open. for business P VP' T_. *1040 From Eailry's Milk to Miceosakee.n Bules and '

The from to A. M.,untU 5 P.M, beck once a_. ? \. .
business andthe Cir- prisoner's name is Edward Smith, the shell road. b' Leave Mills .
newspaper Bailey's Saturday at |p r*; ., "$ t- _
The continued a native of St. Johns New Brunswick A. G. GRANT wd attend to the taking of all Arrv at Miccosuke by 4 pus; "
tnlBting Library will be in -We went to a certain, hotel yesterday holograph until further notice. Out-door Photograph I avM ceoMikeSaturday at'a. "'?**:. t _

the store of C. iZ Mather & Co., as heretofore and one of the crew of the schooner A.K. to note the latest of the distingue orders'' attended to as usual,on due notice tf.being STAT COUNTY .AND CITr SCRIP. SOLD AT CURRENT RATES. .Arrive Bond at e Baileys given.TN S 5
during the puinmer. No change Bentley which arrived here from New and were met with the information that t6o& From Frecpon to Point WastttSftost toisflss'aadbsck.onceaweek. ,

be made. York on the 25th of April. the chief window-cleanlst of the establishment TilE DISTRICT COURT OF THE .- SEMI-ANNUAL STATEMENT .;.
of1oCt0DtO J_. UNITED STATES. Leave t reeport Saturday at I f mi
'F had retired for,the season. We Or turn Arrive at Pan Washington by 430 BB*; -;VLtave

Destruction of Messrs. Eppinger & Russd's shan't there for time. rot TJIS FLORIDA SAVINGS BANK REAL ESTATE Poto Washmgtoa Saturday at 5 p sa;. -'.
Religious-A Correction. go again- some AND EXClANGE .Arrive at Freepo't by 8,30 p BV.
Mill by Fire. Bond wkh ,
last required bid.|joo / Q ;
At of the
: We have been requested to correct The trade of Jacksonville sustainedan Saturday's meeting ADMIRALTY. ". Jacksonville* florida. 16065 From Saint Mark* to Saint'Thcrts (..,.)'33mUes >

worship as applied by a local Duval County Agricultural Society, a Albert Jones. Tbos. Evans Saml lames.Archie and'11.thfto times a week. trom July m ta ,

the term to the May devotions in the almost irrecoverable loss on Sunday vote of thanks was unanimously passedto Hay wood an*vv Adam Brown, Incorporated July 6, 1874. 'Capital Stock $2 ,OO7.t Nwember 1870, 15. 1(75. and from May'tj to Just*30,.';

newspaper honor of the Blessed! morning. We regret to haveto, record Mayor Jones for hu kindness in The Steamer Charleston. boats, tackle, apparel Leave. Saint Mark's Tuesday, ThorsCay.a i
Catholic Chnrch io the and runfeure. : : : Saturday at 7 a m; -- t
total loss of the mill of Messrs. ASSETS. ____
but tendering the use of the race NOTICE'to : Amv at&aint 1 neresaby 6pm; ,r
,'D. Catholics worship no one ppinger: & Russell, situated' at East for the THIS the above IS TO mentioned GIVE SteaDIer Charleston aO persons her ns claim- Office Fut Fl .--r--_. _.e _t i>; Leave at Saint Theresa Monday, Wednesday," -
State fair. boats
course projected Inc tackle and Cash ,, a__..... ___ -- ? ,..?...- -.. .--t 0 and Friday at 7 am; ) '.. ..
God. Jacksonville-names good for a million ,apparel furniture or knowtns. .i having State County and City Warrants,face f i -cash vain's,3 J Arrive at Saint Marks by 6 tr nvBo. "
,-The railroad and steamship, companies anything to say why the same should not be condemned Tr nu ;. 0 .d '.
Real Estate in the city .. ._ ........ ... stM required bid.ffioo. .
be -r--r. -
of dollars for in the libel that an4 JanYUe ., .
lumber market in as prayed they ,
Market on appear ;
for Northern every ... '
.__ _
and .
Early Vegetables have consented to issue tickets before the District Court of the United States fur the State.County City ter cat"- 0 *,J95 a J 16071 Flora PUatka, 'y Woodland, tofwia. si'miTe* .*." I
the United States and out of it. from Northern District of Florida the Court Boom Notes and MCies. estate ad of the value of and back week.. I
and at in & r p Pp once ., .
The Dictator hence for Savannah at half the usual fare, to visitors of the the of the _, '---i-_i ,, .--.-- ft Leave 0 ..
dry Jacksonville on SatUrdaY. roth day of 31.19,5 --13.. PQatkaSatarday at a m; '
Quebec to Jacksonville and in ____ 0
involving A. D. if the shall be djjr of advan -- nOUnexpind Arrive twin <: ..
the 80th besides one hun Nassau and Horticultural April. 1875 same a jurisiction. at by 12'111;
Charleston on County Agricultural Insurance Premiums__ ____ _- '
property to the amount of ninety thou- otherwise, on the next day of jmsdicuon LI1 .6 Leave twin hatuiday all p tt; .. ..' '_ j{
dred saloon passengers, had several Fair to be' held at Fernandina thereafter, then and there, to interpose a claim,and Total-,-t3J91* Arrive at Pllatka by 7 p m. [i'
sand dollars. From the statement of make allegation in that behalfSHLRMAN 0 Bond required with bid,$3Ov :. } li1 '
the Northern
of early vegetables for on Wednesday and Thursday next the .
tons the watchman it that the fire CONANT. S. Marshal LIABILITIES., ifoor Fronr Sanford to Lake JVasopf ** B Ie* aadJ 01btack.oace.

markets consisting of beans, cabbages, appears 12th and 13th insts. .5-5'w. Northern District( Florida. Individual deposIts.....Tm.. _?._________ ? rmitr__ it wteh. : ..r., .....
cucumbersand originated in the sheeting over the boil- Capital Stock paid in___.._..___ -34.6 oo Leave Sanford Saterdar at t a rn; '- *' -

tweet and Irish potatoes, and -Will some of our local physicians I"N BANKRUPTCY. In the Dis. t li r Pmfir.... _____,-,??-,-,?_.,-_,_.--L.-MU. .__ 6,OOO Arrive- Lake lesup by n m; .1',; ci
ers that before assistance could be trict Court of the United States fir the'Northern P Loss account _.._-?_>._-.>.,. ,.__ SoS 0 35 33,978 Leave Lake Jouip Saturday at t p a> .
green peas. .. provided the entire mill was enveloped invent some kind of a disinfectant for District of Florida. In the matter of'Charles Friden- STATE OF FLORIDA| 0 Arrive at,ban/ord by y pIlL' .,..a
fund with.
that meat market of ours ? The smell of lerg. Bankrupt. Duval I equi'.d 'lW. '
Musical Instruction.Mr. in flames at 2 a. m. Notice is hereby given that the abate named Charles Cty" I.James H.Paine.President of Florida Bank and Real Estate Exchange 6io4 7rontPensacolabyTowPbintLR3iary/ .
Toe fire carbonic acid emanating from it about rridenberg who has been adjudged a Bankrupt upon his do solemnly,swear that the foregoing statement is true to t test of SvnJ and belief Ksthrr.45 miles and back once a week.
of the
Milford the well known companies city were on own petition under an act of Congrets entitled. "An m .
Philip JAMES H.PAINE Leave Peosacola Monday at 6 a m; ; '
noon last Friday was enough to Act to establish a uniform system of Bankruptcy .
gener- STATE OE
the ground but Arrive at Esther Tuesday at arn ,
as soon as possible Mary 9
tUrioneiist has been engaged for i throughout the United States approved March a, Duval I : -
solo Leave Mary ksther next day by 10 a m
ate fever in whole ;
typhoid state. Cty.
Smith Norton & Co. owing to the great distance and the 1867.has filed in said Court his petio. ,&) to be Sworn and : this 334 day of April A. D..1875. Arrive at Pemacoia next day by I p m.
the season by -About the Constitutional Amend charged[ from all his debts and other claims provaile H. JENKINS. 1 r., Bond requited with buff ,600.
street for the nature of the ground over which the under mid ACt; and that a hearing:be had upon Correct. Attest: Gat.Treasurer., ; [ ] Notary Public. .
music dealers. Bay purpose ment meeting which was to have been the same at Court Bankruptcy beholden before 9) S For laws relating'to the postal service forms of proposal .
of forming a musical class for instrUction machines had to be drawn were W.A. McLean Esq., Register in Baaksjptcy. at his bond aad certificate and far instruction aad *
not in time to be of held on Monday night, we have to say office in the City of Jacksonville. In tail District on condition to be embraced m the contract see adver,...
on the piano, organ flute and any sen ice that the iQth day of May, A. I). 1875. at D clock A. M.. A. O. HUSSEY. JNO. W. HOWELL.HUSSEY semen! of this date in pamphlet form,to be farad at
at the mill, but we regret to we went and found the editorof at which time and place all Creditors who have proved the termini of each route,or by nress ng she Second
sit brass and string instruments. ThoughMr. say local New their debts and othrr persons in inrcre*. may attend Asswant Postmaster General. .
a a prominent
that the loss of three millions feet of newspaper, and show cause why the prayer of said ptutioocr should Bids should be sent in scaled envelopes '
Milford is quite a young man, he is I be "Mail State of .and adi.ditaicil
I Yorker, and some ten other gentlemen, .not granted.Witness & proposals. .
musician and prime lumber on the wharves of the Hon. Philip Fraser Judge of said District to the Second AMt Postmaster General
a thoroughly competent the hut not a ghost of a meeting could we Court and the seal thereof at JaksonvtUe. in .HOWELL Washington. C. MARSHALL JtWELL.4aiew :,
betrays secret
well fitted by past training to teach company, by see. We infer therefore that the Constitutional [L.s.] said District the 4th day of May.A D 187- WHOLESALE AND RE Postmairter General.
so recent fires in this have
many city ranked -,
music in all its branches, having been Amendments 3-5 *.. Clerk District Court of said District.
in unfailing destruction. While require no fur BOOTS SHOES PROPOSALS FOR MILITARY SUP-
Nichlin the celebrated
of -
for years a pupil the fire companies of this city are as ther amending.From Office GREAT SOCTHERK RAILWAY Co., PLIES.

English artist's. No better opportunity (Consolidate) Omcz CBTKF Q.M ,D .or inn Soc-nr
than this has been offered to local well organized as any other in the our experience of last Friday. 't Broadway,New York. LEATHER & FINDINGS. Louisville E.,.,March 3*.1875

instruction under a brilliant United States, they have not been sustained we cant help thinking that hunting.p'locals" THE THIRD ALLOTMENT, -' SEALED PROPOSALS. IN TRIP-
pupils in Jacksonville when southwester tillJt for redemjjion of the First the usual conditions,will fce received
the which has a 9500
by City Council
hind. lortgige Land Grant and k-emium Bondi of the A complete assortment of New York and Philadelphia fine at this office and also at the offices of the U S.Quartermavters

.._ pursued a very short-sighted and ruinous introduces us to all the horrorsof Great Southern Railway Co..Consolidated.)will take at the several post named below. need ix.ckick
M..on Wednesday vn*day of May:i$7J.-
Personal.W. policy which will yet lead to still more a sand storm, is the nearest approachon ,place< .
E. Cramer Esq., founder and disastrous results, unless altered for the this earth to the voyage from Tim- in accordance with the plan T. W.pSBORN.of tedemption.President. Sole agents in Jacksonville for Samuel Dunbar & ..Co.'skisses' cIu presence ing the of fU year for beginningJuly the deliver military s.1373.and supplies endue .

>uct to'Cairo across the desert of J. W. IJHNSON.Treasurer. and Fine Shoes. June 30.1876,as follows: '
Milwaukee Wiscon- better. From the reports of Chief Par- and the
the ,
editor of Daily Chidren's Wood.Coal. Cora Oats. Bay Straw at
U. W.F.
Zahara described Gerard the fam
as by 5 5 YHEELER, Secretary.
tin one of the most successful newspapers cells, in February 1874 and of Hoey in <>u* Hun hunter when be describes a Goods sent by mal or express to all parts of the State. try Jluwtng. and named Frankfurt peso Ky: Louiivifle Nashville., Lebanon HumboJdt Lancas, and

of the North-west spent a few 875, to the City Council, particular attention tornado there as, "Sand under DISTRICT COURT OF THE Chattanooga Term.,Huntsvtlle. Mount Vernon and
Atlanta and Sa.vaanab. Ga. Char'
lOR THE NORTH. Bay Street near Laura, Jacksonville, Flo. Mobile Ala. ,
days in our city on his way home froma was drawn in both reports to the sand over you, sand behind you sand EK.N DISTRICT OF rLOHUA. In Bankruptcy. Colunuta York-nlJe.and Ne berrv.S.C .Fee lohtt- ',

before you. sand through you driving, In the matter of Henry fan Dohlen. Bankrupt. -- son. Fort MaCOD.riOD.'aDd Raleigh N:C.d St.
utter worthlessness of the hose then and
throuh Mexico and the Southern Florida.
tour Northern I)istnct of Florida is. Augostioe
States. He now in use by the fire department and pittiless choking, pelting, sand sand Ibis u to give notice that eta the 3 oth day of April RAILROADS.- I TED BOARDING HOUSES. Bids for any portion of the supplies will be .enterUioed.
was forcibly impressedwith .
very as ad. 117S. a Warrant of Bankni|>tcV was issued out of the I I .
the live of our little to this inattention must be attributedthe District rourt ol the United ?taies fur the Northern The Government reserves t!a right to.reject any or -
appearance District of Honda against thf estate of Henry Van G., &W. I. T. CO.'S OA. :M ANSION HOUSE. an bids. .
city and the general appearan of loss on Sunday morning of the entire TWENTY-FIVE OLD PIANOS WANTED Duhlen JacksoflvUte, in the County( Du". insaid A. .l A preference will be given to. articles of domestic pr*.

la exchange tar new ones,at SMITH.NOKTON & Go's. District adjudged a Bankript on his own petition PORT ROYAL 'S. C. lucooo. .,
prosperity of the State.F. lumber on the wharves of the company That the payments of any debt/and delivery of any FROM Bta,Jt proposals and printed circulars howiwg tmf"esonated '

estimated at We make this property beumging to such Baatnrpt. to him, or fords FERNANDINA TO CEDAR quantities each pow. ind giving
$45,000. THE DAY OF
fL Filde!. E q., of the Monticello JUBILEE u.e,and the transfer of any property by turn, arc KEG The NEW CITY.situate on the South Atlantic coast. full ub-rncuons as to the manner of bidding and liw ?
statement only alter much reliable information Has come to Piano and Organ owners._ They can forbidden by law; and that a wrong.f the Creditors and at the terminus of the Port Royal Railroad. The term 01 contract and payment,can be obtained by personal -"
Constitution, paid our city a visit last be tuned and repaired at b m ,Ko.TOx &Go's in'appie.pie of said Bankrupt to prove the debts and to chooseone S. great desideratum so long required there to now developed. or written application 10 the Quartermaster. at. ...
leaving to those interested of his ctface, will be held at the various posts,or to this offi.e. ,
** or more Assignees A .
week. We indebted him for order &uu. LEAVE.Fcrnandi'
to *
are 4-31 aa LV. the
Respectfully Soperintendent undersigned lately JAMFS A. UUN,Chief Qnartermaate*
Court of Bankruptcy to be holtea at Jacksonville inlaid in.a. .. SW4
very pleasant call. its refutation. It was certainly a vexa- District at the office of th Register before W.A. Callahan.__- a.6 25..... 6 "6 ss I_,4 6 4S Augusta. Ca.,announces that oa the asth inst.she >

tious sight to see section after section GREAT, CHEATER GREATEST. ilcLean, Esq. Register in Bnkmptcy lor said' District __ 1 40- 9 0 J 7 4.... 9 0 J will open the I: '
Major Walker and G. T. Raney, of Bargains in Pianos and Organs at .on the 38th day of. May.A.. U 1875 at io o dock StkcIo 8din 56-I 010210 31 NEWLY CONSTRUCTED AND NEWLY FUR ,JSJOTICE.
of the hose give way, and valuable SMITH NOBTON&Go's. A. M. SH JRVIAN CONANT, Gaincsviflc---i2 .. NISHEDMANSION.
Tallahassee, have arrived at the Grand 4-i 5-S-aw U.S. Ibhal for said District. .. ..- 5 s- -710 120 o U. S.INTERNAL REVENUE SPECIAL TAXES!
certain destruction wbiehmight a A
property to -.3 os 3 n_ I : MAY i, 1875. TO APRIL JOe 1878.
National. have been saved had proper appliances A FIDDLEFor ISTRICT COURT OF THE Cedar Keys......._ S 53--. m__3 3-.ID.G The Revised Statutes of the United Stale..Sections: .

sale at SMITH.NOBTOK & Co'ft. IINI1FI1 STATES- FOR THE- NORTH.LKN xot For private aad transient boarders. Confident of her 3233. 37.3338ar.d3339.require every person engaged
Monthly Weather Report been provided.Thu DISTRICT OK FLORIDA. In Bankruptcy. ABBITX. ABBIVB. tarn ability.from past experience she will zealously .n any business avocation or employment which renders
total loss is estimated to be about EVERYTHING YOU EVER SAW In the matter of Charles f Masher and rrank E.jttl Cedar Keys_ a.m_IV I5__ a.m.10 30Pronson consult the comfort of all who may panonize,and at him liable u.a r-pedJ Tax to procure,and place
Daily and monthly means oi barometer Or thought of in the Music Line yon can find at comprising the firm Jhartes L.Mather Co., ..__ 10 43io joi3 >$__>a 3'Ar.l terms the most favorable. concpicuously in his establishment or place of boniness ,
$90,000 about one-fourth of which is inkrupts Northern Dutrlt of Florida,ss. aSit i8__ s ANNIE BUSSE. a sump denoting the payment of said pecial Tax for.
and thermometer, monthly velocity 4-11 SMITH NOBTON&COS.THE This is to give notice,that on the first day of May M-- I 3-1 J Dated March IS.18753241 the Special Tax Year beginning May z.1'50 bcfcw.CDIIImCIICUIC

of wind and amount of rainfall with covered by insurance. 1875, a Warrant of BankrqKcy was sssued out of GaY__1* 56.30-14 33 5- 34 0 or coo timing busincsk a.ter April 30,1875. 4
FINEST COLLECTION the District Court of th United States for the ___. '
Baldwin_ 5 15 5 S SOllahan
4 50- c ,The embraced within the provisions of the law -
the prevailing direction of wind, &c.. Of Slut Mtaie thc&that Northern District of }Horfla against the estate of 6 35_, 6 4'6 35-- 6 41 Talmas and Peedee Jackets at EUCKY'SfOLUMBIA .. above taxes quoud are the following vii: .

the Duval County Agricultural Society. SMITH, NOBTOM & Go's. Charles L. Mather and Franc E.Little(firm of Charles of Dn- r'ernandina_ 8 40- p. in.- 8 4, p.m. Reai erS.... ..._ _$300 09

at Jacksonville"for month of April 4-71 L. Masher Co.)Jacksotviile in the County their ,CONNECTIONS. HOTEL S. C. ealers! ,retail liquor._.......-..........-. .-. IS 90 "
val m ,aid IS strict, adjured bankrupts on own ,
The met at 10 on Satur- Sealer, wholesale liquor.--. zoo CO .
1875 Society a. m. .
: NOTICE. petition; that the payment if any debts and the delivery At Steamer COy Point from wholesale-'
Sealers in malt I ------ 30 en
Highest barometer, S0.3C5; lowest day last. President Bidwell in the chair. Bocrt wOI pledge to sell Clothing,Gentlemen's Underwear of any property bcluopng to such bankrupts to Charleston and Savannah,Mondays at 4 a. m steamer 1 HE COLUMBIA HOTEL S. C,the first and Sealers in malt uquurs D/JOTS.,mail_, : ao oa. 4
them or for their use.and tie transfer of any property from Charleston and Savannah.Thursdays at inert Hotel in the State continues to be the resort of T
barometer 29598? ; monthly range of The Secretary read the minutes of the Blankets,Overcoats.Cloaks.Talmas.Cover by them, are forbidden bylaw: and that a meeting of lt. With lt Le Baker from Savannah all northern and southern travelers:has the most spacious Sealers Keta.I deJers in lcafrob-oeco.fat leaf 1Obacco.._. Sea'500 00':- .

baromeUr 767; highest temperature, of the 10th of April which were lets,Trunks,Valise,Silk and Fur Hats and myriads the creditors of said bnlrupts, to prove their debts Brunswick and Mondays at'6 a D f rooms and the best table the market affords invites And on sale of over$ cents far, .
meeting and to choose one or more Assignees of their estate, 8 visitors and invalid snjurning at Florida to i
8C of other articles too numerous to mention at very Ian those points on Fridays at a.. stay i dottar ia excess of i/xn. -
; lowest temperature 44 ; monthly will be held at a Court of Ua be bolden at over a day or two and visit th s delightful section of "every ...
manufactured tobacco onManulicuaetso.tjIa '
range of temperature 42; greatest adopted.Mr. ricll. 1I.lfl Jacksonville in said District at the Register's omce be- At BLWN:with J.P fcM.R-R.from Jack country,situated midway between the extreme North ,i ealer IB ,._ J oo'And

daily of 31* of Deane moved that the report of ore W. V McLean. tq Register in Bankruptcy toe m ;for Jacksonville at got am.line fin and South. 1 be proprietor pledges that neither time for cach iifl manuiactnred.-,_ _i on on'And
range temperature mean THE CITY MARSHAL said At GAINESVILLE,with tn-weekly stage nor rvpense shall be spared to make his guts combrtable. .
maximum tempemtnres,77.2; mean of be Finance Committee of last year be CaDwi at Smith Norton&Go's Music Store and requested io o'clock m. SHtRMAN CON AN 1', I Tampa: with stage line for Ncwnansville. Tuesdays for dt 0 womr thacco-nanutaanred-_. .. ..... -... 'on 10 00'Jttanaf 00Maaulaaurus -

tsiaununt 515 the of Piano and Saw.. U. Marshal fouau1Jistrict.DISTRICT' and Fridays.At All the modern improvements-Lithe. Billiards and .. ,_C.JO oo t .
temperatures : mean raterred back to them so that a reportin them to remove large pile CEDAR KEYS with steamers to and from Ne. telegraphic communication, are to be found in die cigars than
dilly raog.of teniporatnret.2.7*; total Organ boxes to front of thetr store,as they had become THE Orleans Saturday. Wi.h steamers from Key House. Prddters ei tobacco first clas. (more. _. two
detailed items be presented to the COURT OF every hones or other animiN) ,. 90 oofendlers -
rainfall, or mrlted cow, %.:18 Inches; so 1lU11IeI'that'chci.were obttructing die sired. FOR THE NORTHERN West and Tampa.Fridays; from these places.Thursdays 4-io-im WILLIAM GORMAN Propr> tor. of tobacco,second class(two hones er ;

prevailing wild, sooth-west; total Dumber Society. lie made this motion without They have removed them to a large lot in rear of their DISTRICT OF FLORIDA. Ia Bankruptcy. With Steamer Cool,from Tampa.Sundays front: for other anirrabl__. --- 25 oo

of miles traveled 56.98; maximum any intentional! reflection on 'the Committee store and arc about to ship a cargo c(them back to the In the matter of T. B.bimjAuns,Bankrupt. North. Tampa Suwannee Mondays-Fridays; fur With Suwanore Steamer Tuesdays.D. Wawenock.. Fine Cuslmere Shirts,stjUih and durable at Bucky's"D Peddlers,other animal of tobacco)_ _, third_dart (one_hone.-or., :IS ooIO .' -

velocity of wind 24 miles number of looked actories lor a new Invoice of instruments. You can era District of : E. MAXWELL. Peddlen-ot tobacco fourth cia(on foot or public -
it tzd of
; but he thought hardly This is to give nonce.that on the day April. Superintendent.
cloudy ,
rail like business to present a report showing District Court *f the United States for the Northern toe*ers of less than y.baucIs- ___" 50 co,
die 3; number of days on which of T.B. > Brewers of.0 barrels or more .> son oo
FURNITURE. District( Florida against the estate Sunp- BUCKY"S.JACKSONVILLE. .
and Balmorals.Bustles and Chignons,at FERNANDINA. FLA.
rain or snow fell 4 noraher only' gross items of receipt expenditure in the of Jefienon-in said widt"the. '
; auroras, Just receiving from the schooner McDonald, over tins,of MonikxUo. County Any person,so uabte.who shall U to coiD-ply
cone; number of solar halo District,adjudged a Bankrupt on his own petition; ioMgoing requirement wilt be subject toenalties. severe
none *.
; Thousand Dollars worth of Furniture, in such variety of
that the payment of any debts and cbs delivery any PENSACOLA SAMUEL T. RIDDEI.L'Faoveuro.. ) .
cumber of lunar halos, 4. On motion of Mr. Jameson a new and styles as will suit the demands of sJ4! at property belonging to such Bankrupt,to him,or for his. CO. Persons firms liable to pay any-of the special.Taxes;
1 u e,and the transfer of any property by him,are focuir.en above usA.A KNICkS r.Colkctor
with freight added Call and examBe named must apply
I Committee composed'or: Mr. Parker Northern prices, > by law; and that a meeting of the Creditors ofsaulllaDkrupt. agnificent drive ot eighteen miles on the finest of.Internal Peveaue at J.-).cd pay for and
Mew Book acd Stationery Warehouse. ,frt the old stand south side of Bay street,between to prove their debts and to choose one GBVVBAL StffHusTBSDBirr'S Atlantic Beach. procure the Special-fax Stamp or Macs j they seed '.
Mr. Robinson and Mr. Deane, was appointed ; flat and Laura streets Jacksonville.I ot more assignees of his estate, will:be held at at TAXULUASSGX December 19.1874011 *Refreshing sea breezes. prior 10 May s,i87S.and. without nuther notice.J .

In connection with projected publication to audit the Accounts of last ff C O. LmJlGTOlC.I Court of Bankruptcy to be holdea Jacksonville msd and after SUNDAY DEC. so, 1874, Passen- .OPEN SUMMER AND WINTER.BOAKDi W. DOUGLASS. '
I )0 District at the Register's Office before W.A [er traiBS on this road will run as follows; Commuuooer of InternU -.

of The Keas Era Adccrtitcr, the year I McLean. iq-. Register in Bankruptcy for said Ihn Sundays excepted Office Interal Revenue. .
WWlltOBINSON.Ia the soth day of May, A. I). 1873. at ioo'clock. PASSENGER D.C. February ,
Dtttnct on iSjv
Per da .____ Washington. r
publisher, Mr. W. W. Warner has also With view to effect A. .. f i 93" .
a a permanent of d .A-M.. SHERMAN.CONANT A.w. Application may also be made to and stamps plOwcured
the Ute meeting ,.cckfrora
delivered Per $1210 Jij oo
Lie address at __ Zoo ,
Leave Sty nnah
established sV>.. U.S.Marshal for said District. Leave Jacksonville T 40 of !i. C. THOMPSON. Depury .atJaclisoavilie
a wholesale and retail book business organization Mr. Deane moved Florida Fruit GIOWCB'edaIlon.says; Ji .rl lIa4'i ilp Baldwin Chattahoochea 6.50 Satisfactory arrangements made with CunilieSw : A. A. KNlottT. Cotiecior. .

and Mitchell's 12YIIL .n Ikrjee?.' OF THE .. Oty.10.50 ,.' Quincy_*_:- $.3o Fine livery accommodations. 'II'4f PU-.April 1&7S- t m
stationery warehouse In that the following Standing Committees .akss .; .111. LI guy DISTRICT COURT r.M. .*" Tallahassee_io 30Madis JacVsonville. isr. 43 .

block all lid tJu nftrifr, cfa.J tftk Stain of ** Great FOR THE NORTH. P. M.
Bay street. As a former editor be created to whom shall be referred Live Oak 1 35
lI t.- The proceedings of the Fruit Growers' Asso tKN DIS1K1CTOF FLOtlDA. In Bankruptcy. .M Mad 5OR.._ ..'5 I. ...-_ a.25 Carpetbags and Ladies'Companions at BUCKY'S. ;: BUILDERS
and proprietor of North-western newspaper subjects pertaining to their respective cia oa arc oow being jJIieA ia the Florida Africlrut. In the matter of James 'J. Holland Bankrupt, .* Tallahassee M. 6.30 ,.- Live Oak.-..,. 4-30 To CONTRACTORS; AND
Northern District ol Florida 8.10 Lake City 6 oo
;Mr. Warner brings to his bnsla dapartmrots: Copic tar sale at the office Ocean street, This Is to give notice thu on the sit day of Maya : Arrive Quincy Chattahoochee 9.50 Baldwin, .- Sic INTER RESORT. Having completej as extensive new mill to eoonee-

Ba Address Warrant Bankruptcy was issued out of the ; Arrive Jacksonvile.- lost with former ,I preparedkmds to furnish all -
8 an acquaintance with the cheapest .rem benhi p.Finance. two doors from &7$. Savannah 9.15 my one ant
Transportation. '
United bitten for the Noth.rnDistrict material such Brack_.BiJusten,
lhc finu-hiPC
1hsttI Court of SPENCER HOUSE. ST. MARYS. UA. of a* .
and 'beet market of the book and stationery Health, Fertilizers and Suit UorUcullural Cad. H. WALTON& Co.,Jacksonville FIa.500ad FIotida sgiott the estate of James J. Hid- Passengers can go through to St. Marks Mondays. Piazza Columns. dInp.5a Saw Work,Lath.

Products Fruits Farm Products, *3- 10 cents for a specimen copy. land,Jxuooritlc, ia thor CountY ( flu., la saidIAurict Weuncadays aDd Fridays and r'turnTuesd.iyslbun., Opposite Fernandina. Fla.,now often, Flnt-du accommodations Flooring Planed.Tongued and Grooved and Beaded if.desired. ,
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trade an acquaintance which ,adjudged a &nkaupr" his own petitIOn. day and Saturdays. at' Weather Boards. Beveled or Square Edged
Farm Stock and Poultry.. Farming- Implements ___ u _._ "I" lDaylDdll 01st. debtS and thC d1eh"ty of any Dressed or Rough a* desired. Pa! k of all sop*.
peculiarly belongs to veteran proof and Seeds. (.flLx CALL property- belonging to such Bankrupt to him or for NIGHT EXPRESS Daily. $3 per day- $12 to $18 per week. either Dressed or Kocgh. in any quantity. Door and

readers. Besides the representative u others have done,and be convinced that Cheaper bs use,and the trawler of any property by him. arc P. it. 1'. M. i With all the comforts and conveniences of a Northern Window Casing Pickets of every and any pat
On motion of Mr. Codrington a Committee be obtained and gicatersatis&ction.. forbidden by Uw; and that a meeting of the Creditors Leave Jacksonville.. 4.c41 Leave Savannah_ 4-00 Home. St.Mary month the St.Mary's In a word.everything in the lumber line, the bulkier
literature of the tige both foreign and Bargains can 01 said iiankrupt. to prove their debts and to choose Baldwin_ s.ssI A. .. River. The location and heahhfiilness of the wants. My Machines are a.l new and of the latest
of four was appointed includingthe Polite and attentive salesmen to wait upon every one, one or..ore A ignce*of his estate will be held at a *. Lake dry..*_- 8.3 Live Oak_ .oo place Is not surpassed on the Southern moat STR.LIZZIE patterns and arc used by skilled_,_. Call and
American, the stock comprises the usual other Committees neat and small,at TBB CHAT SOCTHSXH BAZAAK. Court of Bankruptcy to be holden at Jacksonville in Arrive Live Oak.- zo.onj .. Lake City-33 BAKEK goo direct to the Horne Parties satisfy yourselves as to price before purchasing else
chairman to appoint tf the Register's tm.ce. before W. have them where. I guarantee satmractiom U workmanship as
t&iscelUneous *" said 4Districl, at A. 51.1 7.45 having through tickets can exchanged by
publications and notably, for the several subjects above A. ,cLean. -aq., Register in Bankruptcy for said .. Savnnaah- B.sojArrive Jacksonville.. .so purser of steamer to stop over at St. Marys or any well as quality of awcria1. '
works on educational subjects. The BUY BOOTS WITHA. D.-ricr.OII the-7th day 01 Ma,. A 0. i8y at. 10o.cIock Saurdars other point desired- Liberal terms made with parties 5.27 tf ALEX. WALLACE.-
cONAtIT.3saw. wOl leave Tallahassee :
named. A. 11. SHEXAIAN Now.-A Special Train desiring to make a permanent stay. Send for circular. rI
whole are now beirg sold at half tAtl'fdXil1ed .K.PEIOTAI.stamp upon. them. They are superior U.s. Jbraha1 for said DuuncuT at 3.40 p. m..arrivingat Live Oak-.p p. m., '
Mr. Bidwell suggested Messrs. Dale, to nfl otters. lo-3ttf connecting wnh Savannah TraiL Retnrnin. leave LA TOURETTE HOUSE.Bergen Point,N.1.will "

price, and as a specimen Mr. Deane and Codrington. Adopted. I N BANKRUPTCY. In the matter i Live Oak 3 at Tallahassee at I.SO"m. open May uc.l8nJ.. BOWMAN.Proprietor.6imFine WILCOX .:: ',,

Warner showed us a Colton's General STUPENPOUS SACRIFICES : 1 Charles Fridenburg. Bankrupt ROBERT WALKER. Dealer .
The meeting then adjourned. of the United ixtotts Di trkt Court for the Receiver and GeaL Supt.T. Business Suits at BUCKY'S. ,
School Atlas, sold at seventy-five centsa Dally, hourly and momentarily disposed of at Northern By order District of t Iorida,a second and third gen .C.SPOONER.Master Transportation. 5' FRUIT- AND v -

copy which Is a marvel of cheapness. 11-14.? GBBAT SOVTHWUI BAIA eralnieetiiigsofCeditorsia the above case, will be HOUSE MAGNOLIA MARKET., "-, '" '
In Short. held at the office ofW. A. McLean Esq.. .& infliupscyatJacLsoaviIle.on BEN ,
The stock of stationery Js unusually ex- THE PARENTS the lyth Bail lam days s. SWAIM, Families ttrppUed; at regular market tales v ; i ,..

tai&ire -ChI dti that H. L. Hart, of Palatka of oUtny. i>7S,at so o'clock A. M. on said days. far np. PORT ORANGE, FLA, "i ..... "r--
and will be sold equally cheap Of all well regulated tamiltes purchase: their groceries the named in w 7th sajs8di Sections lit the

A* a publisbera' emporium for the book has disposed of the Putnam Hotel Rich Folk's Block Bay street. JJ 1 tf Bankrupt purpose Aa MaI'ch a. &. PRACTICAL JEWELLER By MRS. BENNETT & MRS. DC BBINS. ' still keeps, _'

&ad stationery trade with the best of introdnctiotus Price $:)oom. Witness- H_Philip J.Fraser C.GREELEY,Judge of the, Auipce.said District And \TCHJdAXER.WALTEIt"S.JGAJl late with'1.1:Itofland STORE.twO bas This new house is now ready to receive quests. Ill Ii A STALL IN TllE OLD'MARKET,

and the seal *thereof at Jackson- taken a window For the accommddatioa of dowJ_cnstomcis
the Court K of
in for NATIONAL BANK he is prepared furnished throughout and capalle accommodating cash tales, we predict Negotiations are progress FIRST [1.i.j .tJ&,a 1141 :this 4th day WA of LTEK ay. .. doors west stock 01 the ofitiola Post-occ.and material where to do any kind comfortably S4 guests No pains win be spared to It win PAY soesineandansini. .
the hell a ,004
sale of tracts along D.II75PHIUl" mab the tabM satis'ictory to its patruM.Thc H.E.W1LCOX.
for of his line.
the house & very fair share OF FLORIDA. 5-5 sw. Clerk District Court said DMnct. of work in 4.7y

the road for market gardening purposes. of Florida sehooserELIZA
of the State. Fine Mounting .
Extra '
patronage JACKSONVILLE.Tkt i Ladies'" be obtained at BUCXVS. .
.. -The plant and machinery for the i i TN BANKRUPTCY. In the Dis- Curiosities BENNETT .
on Pine I t.iy JraIiu41'Bak in f tntin im MSSm' 1 Ufct Court of the United States for the Northern '

A Burglar Shot and Arrested. Citizens Gas Company"Vorka District of Florida In the matter of Thos. W,Hart Fine wMcbe carefuGy thoroughly andNSXuKworth WO leave Foster's wharf Jacksonville for Port Of OFFICE ;-

street, have arrived from New York. Exchange on vannah and New York sold Bad Ea JIankru *. a specialty. slits oace le two weeks aflb-dinc parties pleasant u TIC ,
About 2 '..m.,on Friday morning, Mr. in Jack change on all Northern point houPt.AT Notice !* hereby a that the above named n doing at aIIk.worth doing wcfl.wo1soJ safe fiualiM for reaching that place. Comfonatle f ,
-Daily average temperature W. Hart, who has Bankrupt h AccommodatioBC. For paracabm apply at
Dvi Cabin
who resides at the house of Mr. CURRENT RATES. au entiCed STEAM PACKET CO. '
recorded at 3:30 m. for 0 petition, under aa s p warn'as DOBBIN GUN SHOP. FLORIDA .
&onriUe as p. of '
J. IL Dove Forsythe street between wesUblliih a'uniform system** IW "D2YftHUVA\' Corner Bay and Slogan streets.Jacksonville.
on the week ending Saturday May 1st, 75. ,DIRECTORS AND STOCKHOLDERS: tarouchout t the United States approved March nit .l'.M a4Due antics of the time of land departure of '" ,' _
hogan and Julis aroused from his ad ib6 m Court his pamon praying the schooner will be Jve in the paper. ]Ja
was. 11.f. fed s STS.
Ftrtif PINE
-The yellow flag at the quarantine be discharged b aD o d prov. 113T13A\3C IY3LL3V'MPUVAIS COR. ,'i
JOHN CLAn, Esq..
slumbers the
by the of an unwelCome able under said act; and that ;
presence the mouth of the HaL F. L.SrIrnA, W.A McLBAX.Esq., before W. pOR.SALE .J.
station at Mayport, I Court Bankruptcy to holdea S Percale shirts.t.nice at Bucky s.
at a b .
visitor in his bed-room. Mr. time on PMIU RKMIHGTOM, EeqS C.A. FAIBCKILD, wq-, .. o Register U B1. a I ofto Tickets.sold lOaD points Nona by,R3 aad,via
river was hoisted for the first "& JlIPl1JlGTOEq.., DAMON GBIKKIBAF. q. McL j-ckScvaie l the
Davis by his belligerent preparations, last. W.c.SQuua. I eq., W.M. Bosmnot, EK- 9th t May A.D. iSyS. at 10 o.d.-Dt. at NOTICE. Steamship P'from Savannah and Cbarlcttta. ,Ako q I

giving ample proof of moaning business Satui day September -0 18'4- "H-'T which u (and place a creditors .h bY '. .j.It.;
ta attend Steamer Rockaway wd discontinue her daily
York and Per and other fl i' The
the thief thinking that 'discretion was -The Leo, of the New t d *why p of s petitioner should A half interest la one of the west nourishing and profaai" trips to Tocoi on and after the soth of April 1879' The. RETURN EXCURSION TICKETS

Line sails for New MERICUS H. & L. CO. NO. i. act be grsrazed.Witasse 1 J1u Steamer can be chartered at reaKmahl rate for '. ; '
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the nandina Steamship < _' : i
better part of valor,, immediately A ion. PJuUp F.r Jndge of the said Db. ORANGE.GROVES ". eaniona either by day or-. or contracts can : t1. '
beat York direct tHaI Immediately after tries Court and !, _at Jacksonville IB ' -- be made for carrying freight on unuonaMn .
. a hasty retreat by Mr. wffl be regular meeting c* Friday May ; aDd WEST. .
followed up There a at May A.D. ., this applying to ',' '.MCQUAID. Aost."". for sak to 1M NORTH
Dull unarmed and by Mr. J. II. DOT the arrival iot the 4'J>;in."train from this dock p.''$LaTTl&Y the puvpa. Secntu1.of'eIctingccis. [&. ,. cld. Dterlet PHIUP Council WAI.T Mid Ill; IB East Tii'1idcnIam sjpiy-.-, 'oS.a ot/ice I, 4-1- -Jsoasiuvwc,ha. .:.::i'ti;:#, .3t i. t

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{ Of course, ,we do not, In this connection poor day man to with Michael an empty Feneberg purse'cameone the -TOHN \,4 .. .' ., : WAREROOMS TJ.,F.. .,COLCORD,. .,". : \.J.V; ., :,' :i" ,";V' ;'''i ;NORTO1C, .&t;: :KOOKER? VTM

: use that great word in its CLARKi FURNITURE : ," .
of Seeg in Bavaria and < '""" jf;, ti> -."* : ,; P AtSKSEf
godly pastor ; and : ;
Hide Skin business i of'
full, unmeasured, and incomprehensible 'J'FORVARDtNG .. Successor to ; :
significance. As such, it is inap begged tbree crowns, that he, might '" :)HVCROWELL.; "t.I :' I'H "REAL: :" ESTATE: ; :

finish his journey. It was all the AHDCOMMISSION '. ,', .' .... : :
+ plicable to material objects ; and, least : : e > > r- r .;a i ; ,: ,
,.Feneberg had, but as he besought DA.VIS'DREW'; : Corner Bay and Ocean streets. . '" ;
which money ,
of all, to the animal organism, MERCHANT : "; :", ", "r': r -' q 1 l .t'I'' J.OF .ALL.KI D .. .
t : .1 < .
in .
him ''so earnestly name .
!P is constantly undergoing change. But .:.' ;: ', ', .:. ,.:. :', Highest cask,prlcee: ;paid ".Hides,'Skins Fort, ;

-N ; t we speak of the, eye as the feature, Jesushe gave it. Immediately, ,Aim DIALS IXROCERIEa. : :' .' '" .." .. Wax &c. ., I .:., : .;; r WI'.., 'GENERAL'.INSURANCE. :, .AGENTS.; representing the following com.:,

''- which, more than any other, retains he found himself in great outward : PROVISIONS: GRAIN. PARLOR:' '.)1-CHAMBER ]SUITS: 1 1t '.> :.*c: .'.panics: .. .

through life its peculiar characteris need, and seeing no way of relief he o AMUEL'.B./HUBBARD-' : ', I'R TOfOF; PIflLAD&LPHIA'1 With combined. assets,....".of.1 over, '

prayed saying, "Lord, I lent Thee HAY. SEGARS. &C.: : 0 > ONT ,E T ,:OF-NEWYORK: ,. ? L "
immortal than .
,. : tics. It is nearer any ; '' .
,0; % otber part of,the face. three crowns ; Thou has not yet returned Sole Agents. for Florida for i ; '...! l '.' : : 1 Jacksonville' .i., f MANHATTAN;OF:NEW5 YORK.. '(7' tOOO"

friends them, and Thou knowest howI Avemelki; ? and MOSQUITO BARS & FIXTURES ., PENN.. PHILADELPHIA.. '. \ V .' J vvr.Wy -a,
By it we recognize : Pamt. ,. ,' ., .
: need them. Lord I Thee give Dealet'in" 'j;' ., .
I from whom we have been separated: pray : ,. WhItes Patent Money Drawer Importef'and. : LOANiG'MONE; Y" ON 'REAL:ESTATE AND CONVEYANCING
and who have changed them back." The same day a messen ( ; i i' .;, ". ..1.' ... ,. ; '. .A
I many years, Agent for "
so much, in all but the eye, that we. ger brought a money-letter which HARDWARE IRON; ., AND. ,STEEL, "4 f
: can detect no likeness to their former Gossner, his assistant, reached over to -. STEAMER. LIZZIE BAKE DAVIS & DREW, otr: ; We give'below; ) 'd .tew'ortJi many dhoice,j! place'for sale by,us :,

'p. selves. I Feneberg, saying, ""Here, father, is VOLUSIA.. Parlor.. ,' '. ,' : ChambeSuits. Suits. EDGE TOOLS,. ,TABLE- ..,and'POCKET." '.,. .. / No.73: Two-story boose on Ashley street' ,near St. ; No 3*o*. Duatawtoa.Pbntati oa Halifax river
? letter {'; )' I ."1 I ; ... ; 'eomeroC.. CUTLERY James Hotel pleasantly-situated. In. one of the best seven miles north of Mosquito( inlet,at Port Orange*
what expendedThe "XD Chamber ,
;;; Not long ago, we met an old friend- you Parlor STREETS Suits. ", ,: 1 ,.' neighborhoods In the city;,house,is new,with six rooms, s.Ioo Acres,-i..50 acres rich' hammock,lying one aik
hundred thalers Suits. BAY AND LAURA of closet, and servant's room lot K* from nvert
contained two or plenty good ; 5a acres bgh,shell land,
whom had not for twenty-five i Van Brunt& Bro's. Line Sailing! Packets Parlor. Chamb Nails, ,Glue Putty, Glass,. Taints, .Oils, ,' if immcdiatctfoa:
we seen .. 105 feet,:good.fence, good sidewalk, and the.street the river bank;having: tronl of shout'OM fourth iu" ..
about one hundred and fifty'dollars, Suits. JACKSOKTIUJ.: FLA. Suits < shelled In fine lot of orange With large, ,wo. ,( ., ,
: We had been boys together, FROM NEW YORK. :- .' : grapes bearing; a young | tory ram housej S room.neerl/
years. which the traveler had begged LEATHER. BELTING,RUBBER PACKING trees; flowers and shade trees growing thriftily.f good nkhed; house commands view of the river and n-nl
had attended,the same village school, poor well,with pump on back porch,which is covered with and is. surrounded with large,bearing,cnngt ,
and were in the same class at the from a rich man: for the,vicar ; and ,twjS-iflt. r, Bay! Street. ,.-Jackson I ,vi lie'Jlorida.- STOVES,TlNwXkE.:CROCKERY, PUMPS. ,flowering vines. Will be sold cheap. some 75 to 100 in number: good well,and a tistenj

: the childlike ohi man, in joyful N.B. "To Capitalists "desiring,a big thing" there that holds .aoo gallons in yard. r thoroughly ducWatnd
Medical College. Our friend is now & WIIITLOCK. EXAMINE' OUR LARGE STOCK.: ad'd Iron Pipe,. is a fine opening in Springfield; a few thousand; dollars drained cana1.rom swear-home nuraing loth*
dear .
"Ah for
amazement, cried out, WILLSON will a great way just now. For particulars river transportation-of crop immense quantitMsc/
of the go
one the leading physicians in ; ccessors to Thos. A.Wilson.
4 streets.wilit orange tfies.on the place: the soil I,swiilaj
&Kooker Ocean and Bay to the
I, city of Washington. Learning that Lord, one dare ask nothing of Thee, ,:. .. ..:...-, J, ., DOORS., SASH.BUNDSMOULDINGSSUGAB,. i Norton. No ,A HANDSOME",'corner' RRSIDHKCI" ..FOR 5ALLIX' best sugar land cf Cuba to which It is fully eonalt
makest feelso 1IAJ.Us IX ) 74. limestone is abundant. Tbis place: U
; be was in this city we called to see for straightway Thou one large rooms and kitchen,double bay window on the choicest places m Floridaand '} really one rf th ,
: Mills & was now
; I Evaporators: much ashamedPro'l'ng and : '. I west,large: double parlors doubiepiazza.on the south, Cure the wat:. -
: him. Thinking of our old schoolmate GRAIN. FLOUR, A'ND FEED, .* .. commanding one of the finesr views Jacksonville: '
and classmate lively j jolly mischievous lP rldng. 101 .. *".101'101 Gas.FiiIingoo/ng: -Jobbing,'and. ;Tin : window filled with four lights of 4<>4nch gUs and nung B. Do you; want a snug'winter me"widJ
1 101 *, I and reaching to: the. trees and flower.In
.1 e : AfanuCtcturers SmhindoneIaorder. thy with cords and weights on pulleys orange Florid.? V 011
fellow he was-we felt a chill 101 .. .- 101 'I floor with blinds all casings art-finished alt mould .t. bdllitlfua.lois 'io16'roec'ill Sprlnpeld I hi&b cec*Od.a
: When ,Mr. Chase chargedwithhaving 101 *- lot y "V. and oiled and varnished, making a beautiful finish healthful.and within
was Bay St., big! ; ten minutes walkO thep...
--- L 'J of disappointment as we stood in the IIqMINCRACKED 101 101 Dnt and Undershirts cheap BUCKY'S. walls hard-finished, ,' double, which make it for '
amaased'while in office CORN.MEAL, ,;JACK50"'I1.La.: .ers very ,at celling* high, open-stairs on to f.JS-: I'M i -
great : XOX 101. mortice Inck door In home Norton & 1ook&l'0
front door, on every ;
.,' presence of a portly, dignified gentleman F"r glass
1:1 101 ,, .
wealth he in letter to a ; GRAHAM : china closet,tore.enomplentyoduhci-pressc'.bath- -
replied a RYE .
': and pronounced our name. CORN, 101" *.. 101: 'OUILDPRS'FURNISHING room hip roof,, with cupola,from which a charming No, 119. 'AtTaCtOOSacTei; feaereetenrf ht Ji
friend "! should be glad if I could 101 .'* .aiui j the the river and mock boo a fine fronton St-John's ri"o miles
say be had surrounding
view is to of city, wtst
f ;. He greeted us kindly, but it was not that I worth: hundred thousand FLOUR.;CRACKED WnEA T&c:. 101 101 country : three lots;making ij7 zao4: feet good well; "f facksoftvi, k.Tbts is dne of th.moM oViinble ri rfronts

.. the face or the form that we expected was one 161 V..* 101 ': young shade trees started; half a mile front. po5 ffice. -if uijth .vicUMty of Jacbo yillc." Will" be divided
dollars." This was after handling 101 101 tMILL,. for sale at a bargain," < desired.
it not the voice that we SLROLL SAWING & WOOD TURNING : 101
F to see was 101 !
millions millions of public &D0101010I0llOloooooo0000000000CoOcOlOl :, No.9&.' A large, two-story tattse with' ten large No.'i Six acres on Arh'nston"rfver.adjoming A.'.
010101010 '
_ is had come to bear ; there was nothing upon TO.ORDER. JACKSONVILLE,'FLA. rooms; thoroughly built,and finished in first-rate style, JTorKl* Home,'containing the old vineyard. FoTsali
in the whole of the man money. And .now General Spinner t lOloo PAVE&DREW, oolOlJOIOIOOOOOOMOOOOOOOOOOOOOIOI i with twelve feet ceilings: one acr ..f ground.covered at a. 'barga'*D. '0
i appearance retires from the of ,United States Delivered with fruit: trees.and flowers; pleasantly located; within .
i : that was like the ''student whom we post Wood Sawed, Split, and five minutes walk of the ratiroad: depot Price f 10,000: ; No 147. McmorotiTAK HOTKL.This'totef &
Treasurer which he has held 101 Itloooa FuwJlTVRB C7.JOIOI balance time desired... centrally located,built of the best French buck aod b
so on long
call the down
The undersfgrnd would'mpectfulfy attention 4oo .
remembered. Nothing ? Not until /. 101 lOloosJ0000000000u00000010i,1 .. a firt house in For
It' declining a testimonial, with this by Cord or,L 4 : he laughed j and then came that 101 lOJiooooooooocooooooooorlOt ment. They are prepared.furnlib' at-. short, notice. all''1 Metonvrilel'Price,$3 per acre. '
I have but three "
,T same old, genial, merry twinkle of modest statement : Ross*Block Bay Stre'et.opposite our Mill! and Whar 101 lUOIOI010 D& D'OIOIOIOIOI: kinds- (
schoolhouse children to provide for. Having 101 i101 101" 101 Builders'.Material,, : > Call,oa or. write to as,and stare your wants i -

j the eye, which, in the believed that left to a jACKSO/WILLE.FLA. 101 JOI 101 10. consisting(' OFFICE COR. OCEAN:ANT/BAY STS..JACKSONVILLE, ,FLA
always $10,000 -101
4 a-., and at thee village gathering always T. WILSO. u-66 w. A..WHITLOCK 101. : i 101 101, 101 I JCJ-yUifors always, welcome. Latest papers on ti!ev, I1g'"
child is as well as if not better than, 101 101 101 Planed .Lumber ,
; Roughand .
promised fun."l7t.a/ was' enough to 101 t 101 ,101. 101

1, establish the indentity of our old a much larger sum, I have thereforenever rRANK W. COLDEX. FSANK M. ADAUS. _....101THE 101 .......101 .101 |THE 'SINGER MANUFACTURING. COMPANY'S .:CELEBRATED I

desired :to be rich, or to leave ,. I 101- 101 101'", Mouldings,: Brackets,
k friend. I 101 .

_ I : 1 We often meet in the streets young each of my heirs" more than that GOLDEN & ADAMS, ) l' 101 101, lot 101 Scroll and Turned"Work; ;,' : SILK TWIST. "

: men whom we knew ten or fifteen amount of money. DEALERS ZFLNE' ..101 __IDI. '. .. .
''The history of the United States Sttwed and Rived Shingles, llatA, Fencingt&c. .
have ..
::4 !! years ago as boy's. They changed is full of such' examples.I GROCERIES, .: ) I This,company rw having h full operation at ? ewari,New Jersey;the largest SILK WORKSmA..
i from childhood to manhood. The Treasury j just lowest rates world,propose to furnish! a superior article\ of Silk TwM.A.t'GREATLY1 '

1'' i : ?;, boyish face is now covered with the was Hamilton sometimes, who restored pinched public to raise credit$50.,: FRENCH ,CONFECTIONERY FINEST' AND BEST SELECTED 'Vebayc facilities tor recently executing enlarged all orders our mill with! and dispatch.Increasedour .. ,., : -, 'REDUCED PRICES.

beard into
'I1 manly cut perhaps some
I > IN THE SOUTH.Parlor '
', ; of the many fantastic and inconsistent Albert Gallatin left office witha stain- FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC FRUIT. ALE, Give us.a,call before going. clscv acre. F'ortheconycneorcoib.t. public this.cefrSrawrf Twist is- : : .

of whiskers. We the less name. And so, we have hada WINE. LIQUOR CIGARS, I PENNIMAN'& CO. ; : ;; '
styles say boy ...1. : PUT UP ON SPOOlS OF D.IFFtRENT' SIZES
succession of Secretaries of the Treasury TOBACCO, ETC., >.
has entirely out of our recol- I
who have sei-"vedlhe: country with Have in store and to arrive'fiRSTCLASS RICH, 'J>PLAIN, a amber: .DUCKY takes the lead. ia.the latest styles, of' 'Silk and. .The. finest quality being thereby tStrttf on spools'in quaatiae*
lection could "
not :
*: we recognizeS ilJtfJACKSONVILLE '
.: ; disinterestedness., Contrast Suit. Suits.Chamber. FurlIats. : :,: ,
: t single lineament of his countenance ; the rarest GOODS, Parlor ad < lit ROM FIFTY. YARDS UPWARDS..
; this, with Colbert, LouisX1V's great Suits. I Suits. ,
4 but when we detect that "somethingin Minister who retired with a' fortune Parlor SUBST4NTIAL CtumberSuits. THE I The above nnequaled twist is manufactured especially i the'use ol aH Kmb of sewifl2 machines arc! ageo*
4 Which,by making TERMS GASH they offer at the Suits
the which neither this twist in large ,and as
\ eye, we can I Chamber ,I for diflcrect.. ,machines. through. the, country, .are u ing quantities
of ten million francs. We are not a Parlor .
1 4 ] .1 describe nor forget, then we konw LOWEST PRICES. Suits. FURN TURE.We Suits SALE AND; 'LIVERYSTA.BLES i. SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS
1 fli him. nation '-.ofr gues, though appear .. .. '

: : life ances are sometimes much against us.! Special Attention of the Ladles called to ourMAILLARD'S are offered to the trade,all those about to purchase :will do well to send for our price.Cst.
:'q Whether we take the period of : '

reaching from childhood to manhood, SUPERIOR CANDY, dfffer{ : ;: ,'-: "

t or the twenty-five or thirty years of Prominent among the decorations are pr par our,, ,stock at a SINGER9 :..
And to,our assortment of THE
'f f ; I maturity,'before the individual lapses contributed at Concord was the mr ) OW prices. *. C. B.'McCLENNY, PKomrrom. .' .,

f into the decadence of age, we find old and weather-beaten Americanflag PRESERVES JELLIES, ETC. >. :' .. .: .., .:' :

1 that in the all showing only twelve stars, and ., "
changes wrought by ;
t PIC-NIC PARTIES will find It advantageous to Notice Is given to the public that I have purchased ::1 :: ;: ; ? .. !< ,J' '
; "The of ;
f these years, the eye is affected last and bearing the inscription : flag the well-known HARTRIDGE STABLES oppositethe I .4 -. .
shall make the LUNCH!EON ..
c& we replenishing ,
the Bon Homme:Richard. METROPOLITANHOTEL, and have on hand ;; '
least. In it the of childhood good ship
:: BASKETS a specialty.X3Furchases tt'H 4! ffl '.f1 .: .....
.j!: ':. '. ; mingles with the fire of youth, and This was presented in person by Miss delivered gratis. DAVIS; & DREW, A VERY LARGE STOCK OF HORSES AND ...',. 1\.. ". J S-. '. 'I,.' '.

: :.:p both give peculiar lustre to the power Sarah Stafford, of Trenton, who is GOLDEN & ADAMS MULES FOR SALE. ,' :.: It' :,
r >: U. .I! 9. V.1! i
; .:/: and "expression" of the eye of the the only surviving relative of Lieut. Ross' Marble Front Building near Grand Na. DEAURS *IN Those desiring to purchase will find-it to their advantage "';.J id di -r ( ,. \i, '"

4 $ men. Stafford, who served nderPaul_ Joneson to examine this unusually large and attractiveitoci. V &!'- .. .
1. 11-14 tf tional Hotel. Jacksonville, Florida. ; : ;
All kinds of FURNITURE ,adapted to all uses. I am aUo receiving 'Hiti ;1 if
1' 't. ; J It is said that "the. eyes are the windows the Bon Homme Richard. Miss MATTRESSES,WhITE PINE WALNUT .,.., ..',

G, of the soul." Through them Stafford is now past seventy'years of Very at.1bh Ladles' Hats at BUCKY'S.: and CEDAR LUMBER. etc A COMPLETE OUTFIT OF. :'. ...'. : ,. ., ,. ,..-. .,

f.; -:... the soul looks out from ,its earthly age, and still as vivacious and active as -,: '*' ; .

,.: : house ; through them it speaks without a maid eighteen summers. Her patri- MISCELLAOUS.TT JACKSO ILL i FLA- BUGGIES, PHOTONS, AND i i .' "T":> : ';-

: 1 ', r # the aid of words. Perhaps because otism is of that honest and intense type ,- ,. OTHER CARRIAGES, *: ,." '. "

;L ,.. they are so intimately connected witb which always infuses itself into those BARNEY'S COFFINS AND UNDERTAKERS 4 ; ." ;
', of the latest styles..
Jr. the soul, and seem to be its favorite with whom she comes in contact, 1I. 1 .'. ,.f: ",,,'

I: ; organs, they take from that ever-liv and her great desire is, to be permittedto FLUID EXTRACT 'ETA IJL;'1 C' j FOR LIVERY .SERVICE; ;

.r' ing spirit a little tinge immortality.. enjoy in full health the pension she M -j3URIAL! ,CASES, which will be; furnished ;AGAIN TRIUMPHANT, ,

{:; Half JournalHealth. now receives'until from after the the General close of Government the- B U C HUt! WOOD AV0 AT TilE SHORTEST NOTICE, ,,I -, '.

133,254 ..MAJORITY
Centennial Annivesary of 1876.-
.. Cure for Drunkenness. ;and on the
The known (
Newark only remedy orBRIGHT'S

.: There is a curious prescription in I uthr.S MOST REASONABLE TERMS. STATISTICS OF .SWORN, SALES. FOR 1873 : '
't t .
i. : the of drunkenness '
i England '
: cure, DISEASE q' .
ST. PETER AND THE BROOKLYNITE.- .Companies.. .Sold in 1873. Companies. Sold in 1873.Weed
I 'J i. by which thousands are said to have. are telling the since' Dr. Mr. G. 1.!. BRITTAIN my authorized Agent THE SINGER___-_.n-_ 331.444 American, B.H.______ -

I{f ;., been assisted in recovering! themselves. They Talmage's sermon, that story a, Brooklyn And a positive! remedy for .' and ready Manager to attend, and to all will business always be appertaining found at the to Stables the establishment. Whee'er & Wilson..___:.......: 119,180 B&Howe- .- _n ______ M.... 1 19

: I.. The receipe came into notoriety C. B. WttLtNNY.; Domestic__ ...__ '40.114; T Remington Empre.--' 9,1S3

I 'f J. through the efforts of John Vine Hall, resident, name not given', appearedat GOUT, GRAVEL., STRICTURES, .Sept._16. 1872. n-aitf. I Groyer&&ker_.. "_:... .; "-_. ,86.173 Florence, ...._. '._--:--:-- I

I.' (father of Rev., Newman' Hall and the gate St. Peter guards,.for admission DIABETES, DYSPEPSIA, OF,ALL SIZES AND QUA TIES.LADIES' -_________ 21.760 P"ff.______._.__.______ -_- 8,861

4 to Paradise. The saint turned NERVOUS DEBILITY Gentlemen's underwear at BUCKY'S. Wilson. ____. _..__ 21'.7' Victor _..---.--:.--- 7.440
Vine Hall commander of the AND GENTLEMEN'S ROBES. -
: : Capt. to the register pages : "Where are DROPSY, EMBALMING DONE WHEN REQUIRED.. Howe._- ________.' No returns BI _-.------. -----, 3,453

l Great Eastern Steamship. He had from?" "I don't ALS6 Gold Medal. _____ n. .. ;.--. i .43< Secor.-------: 3,4P
'r fallen into such habitual druukenness you "Brooklyn. FRESH ARRIVAL .. E.BramesdorC.. __ 3.081
I : NON.RETtNTION, OR INCONTINENCE OK" Wilcox! BtGibbs-_ ___ !5,334Etfl J. -- --- .
think. we can admit you ; rules very URINE IRRITATION. INFLAMATION. MARBLE AND ,MARBLEIZED .
1 that his utmost efforts to regain him OF' .'
AND. '
self At he
proved unavailing length .
of that scandal." It is said that the a '.
the advice of eminent RAND 'SLATE HEARTHS, &c., : cf Coiw I"Iction! : Ease of Operation:Uniformitj of Precis*
t ; sought an physician BLADD KIDNEYS CENTLEMENS' FAL AND WINTER.wEAR: Embodies New and Essential incipIes-Siapncity
Brooklyn man looked steadily at of Work..Fuie or Coarse .
who him MANUFACTURED 'TO ORDER Action at any Speed;Capacltyf Range an*Variety '
gave a prescription Peter and crowed three times. His EMBRACING' ,. .' .LEA) G.ALLRIV.ALS.EEH1 DIT;
which he followed faithfully for several SPERMATORRU A, FRENCH, E!' GLISH. GERMAN ITALIAN .
I saintship colored, fumbled his key a ___ : -
I d'' ; months, and at the end of that ,OAK: AND AMERICAN 0-- FABRICS : PURCHASING' ,ANY OTHER..
minute, then saidj "Well, you can go Leucorrhoea: or Whites, Diseases or the Prostrau Fonyth Street,between Laura and Hogans. ., TEST ,THE SINGER, BEFORE. .
I he lost all desire for although Stone tha Bladder .
time liquors, Gland In ,Colculus.Gravel or.Driclc1 twa6-to Jacksonville.Florida. ,
but don't do that sicxAs
in again to '
; you & Deposit and Mucus or Milky Discharges TERMS EASY PAYMENTS LIGHT.
: he bad for many I years been ; ,

', 'i led captive by a'most debasing habit. me. Brooklyn Union.. FINE INGS BROADCLOTHS AND GENERAL, CASSIMERES.FURNISHING VEST le .

_ I The r cepe, which he afterwards published A SWEET ANSWER.-A little boy KEARNEY'SEXTRACT l\ NEW LOAN it the store of GOODS, Besides the"WORLD'S tFA ORITE." we.keep constantly hand a large supply of

and by which so many have and girl, each five years, old, were ON A NEW PLAN. J. DARA' TIER, CLARK'S O.N.T;SPOOL COTTON,four spools for twentfiv. cents. ._ -. w .f-

;I been assisted to reform, i is as follows : the roadside. The boy SINGER'S STANDARD MACHINE TWIT; from twenty-five cents up-all sixes and co on,
playing by
;: "Suphate of iron, 5 grains ; magnesia ,BUCHU Invest your money at home In the .Merchant' Tailor; ACME MACHINE. TWIST,100 yard spools.3 for aj ents: 50 yard oo '.3 for*s cents.
became angry at something.and struck Laura Street,just above Bay Street, SINGER'S LINEN AND 'FLAX THREADS rOILS NEEDLES; &C.,, &C ,

_ io grains r pcpperment water, his playmate sharp blow on the t Permanently cures aU Disea es of the n- i-6m JACKSONVILLE, FLA. '," .-. ...
2i grains; spirit of nutmeg, drachmto cheek whereupon she sat down and '
be taken twice : ULADDER, KIDNEYS AND,DROPSI Fine black'dress'coats and &ney a day ) '
The stood PREMIUM BONDS : :;,;::: .QQ"
lookingon T1i
F "'" began to cry. boy CAL SWELLINGS; .; Singer ,Manufaoturing ,
'Thispreparatio acts as tonic and .
.'a minute, and then said : "1 .
ctimulint and the Now offered for() tale the SALOON. .a :" -r. : BRODGUTON; :ST.; SAVANNAII.GA.
4 4 so partly supplies didn't mean to hurt you, Katie ; I'm Existing l In men,women and children. by .MJ:1..d: ;
$ of the accustomed and ;; ", -** -: ;:' '.
place liquor sorry." GREAT (The Largest south Washington.) c. A. VOSBURGH Manager

.: prevents that absolute phosical and 1 The little girl> face brightened' .in NO MATTER WHAT. "THE ,AGE! SOUTHERN RAILWAY BAY STREET, OPPOSITE POST OFFICE..'. GEORGE W.; FRAZIER, Agent, : ,,' -.:"" '- .

_ 1 moral prostration that follows a sud- stantly the sobs were hushed, and [Coisolidatedl ; -H..' ;ItrLq; .: JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.; ... ".j, :'
t ddn breaking off: from 'the use of Prof. Steel I sari: "One bottle Kcamj..F1uId 1 j''P I I-t .. .. F
she: said : "Well, if your are sorry, it Extract Buchu is worth more than all other Buchus ','Every bond when redeemed will receive a premium h ._, v.z .. I 1 ": : .. -.', '

,, .. stimulating drinks. don't hurt. me." combined." '. In place of interest,according to the plan redemption, IlIp'.5.g ..ttII1L' : : : ESTABLISHED IN 1868.T.. ,. "Z ,j," "! .

_ _
la amounts of from 'r < U) 05t.
Price One Dollar per Bottle;or'six Bottles for Five .. '
Z-en ;
t ,. '.. A remarkable natural teacher' m Mr. Willard Carpenter, of.Evansville Dollars. $i.oryto"$25.006; 'or $50.OOO ,;..!;I &;""-" : 2 '
I1l IS'n -!'I VAt'.i 1.
Pennsylvania is described by the New Ind., who has donated $r,00o- : : .
DEPOT 104. DUANE ST., NEW'YORK.A On'each bond. a'.J "<:S :I: '" ,. : ; ; .., ,
1Wi ';' :
'" : ': > .
York Teacher., This man who was 000 for a free college for poor students, ) '
4t: a' .
hi1 'i : SUCCESSOR H.'CROWELL |h .
[ (tn TQ; J. .tJ1" :> j ; ->l '
Physician attendance to answer correspondenceand IJIwwt' ': < ( ) .
Bonds ;
? ;
- a shoemaker, had such unsual intelligence is seventy-two years of age, and is redeemable by allotment; Six allotments of IJI -b- :: : : ,
give advice gratis. .bond: Six distributions premiums in 1875:.. -1 U-< Hen .!...; .> l f. .." '- :."., 't ;:\ '; ", ..> ,,;).:; : -
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and : '
information that the said to Horace; > i ;
!appearance / Apply to .. .. .
4'. .. ,
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_ children cf his village. ,would gather :Greeley. He .was born in 'Vermont, 49SEXD STAMP FOR r. u J.IITSU EMIL HAAS. & CO.. II IU'fri'.fli. j ,J d <: .th, > ." I ," ,' ". ,

around to listen to his talk. preBcmly and life .travelingover Financial Agents :. I : '-.0J gJ i'- 'i";:'I J'I'pi.' "' 11 : '.: ",-'.' ..,;,"
began as a pedler 71 Broadway,Ney! York City. > ::3 Q 8. ..... a r.., .. ; ., .
.t } divers :' Z ...,. ,t'. .. I". ., .' .' -- .
families surprised him the New England States and New .-- HARVEY GRANGER; GenlAgent.J.U \ ] s ,- ," -.. \ '

i : : by' entreaties to teach their children, York with a pack on his shoulder.: : .1 :;; idERVOUSAND'DEBILITATED THE* .. '. EDWARDS,Agent. J 1''I 1 fI <,.... ..!. ....-.. 41"> JS- ;' : .. "/.>l.t-. '.
: :k.cL v '.r Office.Mather&: Utdc'. Bookstore.Jacksonville. .4.
and his refusal ?. IJ 1- a U-5 .
returned ;
upon to the I.gtfS -.z Q.Sg. : ..: \L .1A. : '
; :
_ charge with the request,, on japer pOBERSON & MAISON1 ( \iI < .s < oS : ,,' ,_!. :
signed by every man and woman in I I OF BOTH ,F9R AUGUSTINE., '1'f-. oS I 5 E-t '8 ..' ,."r. ; '

I the village. He according by began a Have opened a first-class I ,t SEXES. THE SCHOONER 'tI u.I <:S ,..... ::s:!! 0" .'.;.,..". 1 ,, .. .. ... .'

school in' an old blacksmith's shop, SHAVING SALOON. NO CHARGE, FOR. ADVICE 'AND CONSUL L. ,, '" t a.>t :-.', -I .! ,J' E "'; ." : .,'
-- _. INBQQJS ;r "', "
and -soon became so interested in his corner or Bay ucl'Pine ;streets where aK Iba modern Magnolia .'f'( l 8' _- .
- used by the best saloon in thccaunzry can Z.t: .i< ..
I work that he had appliances ,
no thought 'of end c. ; ::!
-k' ing it. He became known, though LC Wuod. They jdso furnish auU boWshOT DH. J. B. DVOTT, graduate Jefferson Medica Will 1 make regular tripsbetweeaacboD1'lI1e& a *4 3m I. B. TOGNI.. Pro'prietcr... ,:,: .SHOES, .' LEATHER, .
College Philadelphia, author of several valuable works, ,
AND COLD BATHS. I I I' .. ',' ,
i not : > ,1 .j :-1'
through be consulted all
diseases of the Sexual
can on Urinary "t ,
pupils ar ,
: St. Auguttine. loots and Shoes neat and durable at BUCKY'S.LIVERY '": : : : '
which he.bas mode -
were brought from a distance, a good TtcVets.entitling the bearer to eight shares! ,tor sale cither Organs In male, (or female1,'no matter from an especial what cause study originating ; JFclghtg1owrais! ,;AND, FINDINGS: : ) "J' f
i schoolhouse for fuoo; eight Ihana.11aJ.r. cutting nod shampooing or of how long atanding. A of 1 -.----"Jibt.or passage ,
was built and since '1820 practice 30 -
___ SALEJ\l\i
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enables him diseases '.
he has educated 1896 scholars from years guaranteed. Chaises to treat reasonable. Those a distancecan Cures I,"ipply to. WILLSON. &: WH1TLOCK, :. : ').,:, ... {.a; _<>&.1k rs '

abroad. iorward letter, describing and Jacksonville,Fla.;, .
The elements ofhis EMILE symptoms. enclosing! v
success : MOURGEON I; : :1 :
A.: I.1Li '
# : stated stamp,to, pay postage. oTto' "Percival's Stamp, Hand 'Boo'ts rl'Oo ,
are to be a sincere interest in JAMES COSS. *., ; I ..".1";.. I' .. .if
I the welfare of every student placed From. Paris,'France.!;(lately Foreman the Staten Send lOr tb4 GN t.IIJ, >r1ce. IDC.. >.s-6tl. ,' / St.Augusie,1a. "- Burt '& :Hears'i II If., .."" "' ., .':"'-o"1'-'tl'.00': :
1" .
Island Dyeing! :establishment) '''' f. 3 "
Philadelphia 1 and.Baltimore J. -
under his charge his enthusiasm for Trunks and rallies B & '.. "' ,0.1, /,,,,. .
_ at
3. : & ,
J. DYOTTi; M, D. In-- ,* .. ""
everything of a scientific character, NEW DYEING S AND SCOURING ESTABLISH ViennaMedijcable. sewed ,_ -" -A --' MENT.
PhysicSaa and Surgeon. 104 Duane St.,N. Y. '.. Per ;iv Stamp Hand Congress! 'IA"iB '-" 'lt-': >-*."U( 'i "if* S'S0Burl "
and his desire and intention that his : .
Ladies a.4Gcntemea'i ALL: PAI'ERS QUOTE FROM IT. '.''.. .. ... .,', .. ,
Wearing Apparel ., ,
,, 8 -
shall know : & ,Hears.. ". .. / -::: 50Philadelphia *
'I pupils really what is Lace: Curtains Blankets and Coverlets of every. sUe and quality at : f ':' ?.
Lace Shawls. BUCKY'S.DR. THE DETROIT "re. .f ,*; q ".'-'i'i.; .- .: 700. Ii
brought: before them. He spares no and other fine fabrics most carefully cleaned and dyed. FREEtf PRESS' The best and most stylish Uyery.teams..In.the j city :*: 4 ,
i I Mpenserfo apparatus drawings and FORSYTH VIKEET: .:J between Newoaa and Mar. ; can be found at.the Stable of the undersigned near the Vienna, Medal. cabl&sewd. -" .-.' 'i!!'!..,"., ', f" E:.! < .'.6.50., ;;',
ket streets. !.:: : .\-i6-ti, P. E. JOHNSON, HOMCEOPATUIST The liveliest of family newspapers, full Jnter'est4Dg) Florida Home,comer of Cedar and Forsy1IStreets. .-_,) I" _/, --.1. f ,,'tJ"'t.I ,. ,. ... .. .... '
kind of illustration : news literature,humorous boarded ; ;.n't 's I H"h' : "i.1
r every especiallysuch I. I sketches spicy paragraphs, Hones fDd. wellcared; lor oa reasonable
.... ....... ... J p*:. i '' '' '< "
"trt'i- t > etc. Sample..OPIea free Subscription: .j OODSSEN'fiBY MAIL EXPRESS
|a a. terms. i AND ,
as will entertain as. ,well as, .sow. Day at borne.Tnerins Iree. Has removed Us office tel Mltchelri new building, postpaid. .Address Ji. ., <. ,- v year. Strong teams'for hauling always on hind. : ; _.. i :<
$5 I."m20Per.A4415G.5TIIOR& Co., > north side of Bay street,eclll'JwlWl and Market ? i" '; ." .purposes tl-f {tr'laatfftttu ? h, j.-TcuU! parts of the $tate.'J- t1.THE
:hc seeds of1ine.ri i : t] -wt..1 "; ,'SIt : WROITjfREE PRESS V. J. W.H.AVERY.. .' .....a j :15.i .
? PorUa4MIn eearyppcIlie the Port OC .to.1< .M-ntf Mtcl. OLD STAND COR. BAY and OcEAN'STS. JACKSONVILLE,1 ,. :
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