The new South
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Title: The new South
Uniform Title: New South (Jacksonville, Fla. 1874 Semiweekly)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 61 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Adams, Carruth & Co.
Place of Publication: Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: July 15, 1874
Frequency: semiweekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in Apr. 1874; ceased in 1875?
General Note: "Wise men accept the inevitable, but strive to shape the future."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 33 (July 15, 1874).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002042985
oclc - 12368935
notis - AKN0866
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I THE NEW SOUTH. They'form two distinct species. The net'an'd'' changing the natural [r la.-- Work.of the Post Office Department.. ... :

EVERY"VEDNESDAV seed of the peach'nefcr:I gives nectarines lions of principles, it might, ''form PROFESSIONAL CARDS, 4e. ,- MISCELLANEOUS.' ,_. GROCERIES AN..ROVI. ION ;? ir i
PUBLISHED SATURDAY. AND i : thesecd nectarines never gives heterogeneous combinations 'The, whole number of,, post, offices : .
.incapableof inthe United States atthe end of.the N.BETTES HOUSE TO EVERYBODY.
peaches. These ; J ,
two peaches form bearing .sexual these VyT.ELLONVILLE IMPORTANT .
SU8SC/l P770N ;.organs. AH fiscal 11 -
OF ,
TERMS was ,
year 1871 in ,
I distinct 30 04S ; 1872,
species they can'never hypotheses
SuN-WtjucLV.; "wll subscribers, 13.50 per annum. : ; are presented to my mind PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, ,
Five otiiwreet '3.00 each} and an catra copy degenerate one into the .other., .The and so much interest me, that I' have 31,863 ; in 1873, ,33244; ; and in '" ,. MELLONVILLE.t. ,ORANGE" '. If y ..;II% dub n(LCD received:: at onetime, 1.174: showing' COUNTY FLAj -S -r' I
;, tit ie tleeyery seed of the 34i5S5 avery 'se: dy ta Jacksonville.Fla.,
I never gives not delayed to with Wta.s.Uca-sk.; plel Ji<'f.ti' _
occupy myself
mall subscriber *s Tca1gei } increase Omca Hocas From 8 .
Wawtv. per.annum. 1,311' over: the fiscal years tlfl9Lm.and ta till a pi:m.Omc 'c _
I 'I." each; Twenty Copies: *i.6o{ Fifty Cop- bitter j the seed of the bitter never experiments destined to explain them I *AK0 Rasr&sxn-Corner Ocean Dad Monroe .* '''ot' J. BTOGNI.. ; _
\ ,'i.4occki gives sweet ;' the.sweet almond thenis '-possible.! 'The results have been 1 1872-73. Forth, jBscaJ, year ending sts. S 6-_ 50-5-I7 I-.L KITE,Proprietor; .*. ... '-' -...." _
ADf RrtS/NC, BArES: a distinct' the bitter. June ,30, 1874 )h ";;''number'of new -
species, from so.satisfactory, ,that ,Ihl.\'e; believed I i offices established", .S::1. ,276 ; disco &" MARKENS Ejtamlae Buck,'.assortment prlata. ..:..:" 4 : '; .:.t. ';
S..W..ItL1'/.1 co per Inch or 1 leu,fil'lt1menioa: : -Exp. i and iv. could draw .from. thena satisfactory ,gAER. -
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; Ifyo.a wish to tchstscesadola poit of
c0h subsequent'inkertion. 50 cents.WKKIY. !. tinued, 965 ; numbe .of offices where ;; > a. p _
IV.he seed of I! "
the lime
taKen which <
'!..s per inch cr 1 leu;fil'lt.IUudoa: each from ttheory serves' me.as a basisiformy : the appointment 'o( 1>ostmaSteis is STRICTLY WHOLESALE GROCERS 'JIDDELL HOUSE, .' Billiards,go to J B.TOGNt'S Sloo .Bay ttreei.St 1
treesmingledwith. citron trees, .classification of the : *l"-r. ,1 ,, ..,
ub e uem Insertion,frs cenu. orange. vested in, the Presfdent.' 1T: >rj: R.f'.lil. j
Sct.lNa&e:,to eertt per fate. gives often lemons .(Pmd,. s.), Thisis I: shall begin now'to explain it. being 'over .$1,000) ':" ,40.8(the' resigna salary-I A JACKSONVILLE rLA. ...... FERNANDINA FLA., ,- .t-{'. a .c.f"' probably a hybrid of''' the' citron. To be inI zutd.' T t : '_ :'
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Tutus CASHM A'bANC*.. tions -f. .
ti5"firemo.vals" Mi-Good .
S&raoaah .
; ofpostmasters M aad durlcstoa
I priced. '
Uportcd Bu.-AU CaB ill to B
I os drautfcW at
The total absence of seed Kora : SAMUEL '
indicates BY THfTaANSLATOR. ..
connection with T.RIDDELL.PrOpTiCIOt.'I .
& CO. : 4'93 )'0. '4 i :- 0.1
.U4nsa ADAMS CARRUTH deaths '
this, chapter 907 ; 368,J changes of 'name ; .. .
writteninilii.it ti
worth while call .
to ,.
FloriJ& TOGNr slit
iii. Billiard s.IoeeJ.
foreign Metropataa
._ J Jacksonville. n.-Exp. _
attention to the recent expemacnts in changing the sex: and ste: ,.'477 r cases' 6njio,347.When ; : "J -Splendid aurlbathlltl. '" .' "' ;_, .....< ....... _
butterflies by 1(1'1. Treat. By abundant and rich :L. COA'N, > .. ,4j "U".JIII! J'
CHATTER I nourishment,she produce &male-.by slender nutrition Mr.; Rarjda.Hretired t from! the W. A.. J; '.. '. \. .1: V 3-iignlncent drive of eighteen miles on the-'finest' a.'
TREATISE;:OR"THE'. CITRUS. males-from the esgs. Also In Be culture, where Post Office ? .-'" ..a :. ..... "!l '. AtlantiC beach. T" : f ,< i'lf\ : : I
J." *1 "- "* ARTICLB VI.' the queen b'fcrf-jUffeTtnlTy Iron"the"drone and the Dcpartn&in.Jne.is6gth : ; ; JUSTICoPrtfE"nACE_ 1 Rc6 1 oi '" '' ......'>..'".' tI HN..s..cuit&i; $ Lt i .._. .s) 1T .
neuter r also from the tact of parthenogrncxis number of offices ....
Reflections-Observations Several Phenomena among post( was 26,481, '" .
Dome 'upon
From Our Journal and Rural Southlan&CHAPTER Crossed beei, .where if the nuptial: flight of the ouern is prevented 'AMD .- 0. I
Idea of
the of Re-
production. Theory ,she poduces only droneno females'-either neuters showing an increase of 8,074 ,since OPEN FORWARDING i.
I. or queens. The more complex organisation of the Mr. Creswell has been in office. NOTARY PUBLIC.Office DURING THE SUMMER. *' 's ."' ___
The result of these experiences appears female requiring either richer nunltion to develop it, or anD' .-a *4"> t
ARTICLE establish the addition of some unknown quality by the male. Then the number of appointmentsvested In FREED IAN'S BANK BUILDING.' .. ", I 1*-.0: _
Seei Phenomena; of Reproduction by Seed-Expertnenu to conrlusively, the in'th President BOARD COMMISSION MERCHANT ..
< to Eublikh These Phenomena Consequen: greater portion of the phenomena was 849. Jacksonville, }la. Per day, .. ; .. ,. a, ?.! _
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Nature's: Process of Manufacturing CoaL Now the number is,i 408, being an LRDDRALIR.n''a'.4
which is Per week. ,, .
presented from 8 %
ces.Seed by multiplication ; j. | to|ia.co : .- _
is the only source of varieties: by means'of' seed. There is no Hour and why coal exists by the increase of 559, or over sixty-five per NORTON & KOOKER, Satisfactory arrangements.made'with families. .ROCERIEa. PROVISIONS.. < ,.C.RAIX. .. _
in plants. It is by this means alone cent.' In June 1868, the mails were c; .z ..
of '
those wondrous room for doubt of the principles which process nature, has puzzled many carried miles of railroad.At REAL ESTATE DEAl EkS. corner Ocean and Bay Plus livery accommodations.- .. HAY,. SEGARS.' ''licl'r, ;t.> .. 4 _
that nature performs eventuate from them and the originof readers unfamiliar with the science of over 36,018 1 streets.Jacksonville. Florida. .. .. .,' '. .' ___
; the loaned Open after June 1St under above terms 6 4 Sole Agents for Florida row ;. I IAVSTIIr.cb55412
transformations, which philosophers end of the I last fiscal year the Money : on Real Estate Vcurity. General tm *.*
varieties and monsters which have geology.. Lire and Fire Insurance: Agents and dealers in Hue < n: '
observe every day without penetratinginto always been mysteries, now acquire The following brief summary of the miles of railraod used in the businesswas Lands Plantations,&c.. Springfield suburb a specialty. Paint.aadV. _
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Correspondence! solicited. OCEAN HOUSE >
their principle. The greatest the characters of a theorem ; but there. different stages In this manufacture by over 67,000, nearly double whatit )- .8swd'T. THE Whin's Patent.Money Drawer _

part of the cultivators agree in this remains yet tp discover the secret nature willinterest, many. was in 1868. B. C. DREW Agent'r ',us "" -.'- 4,. _

,* (acl. Those even who attribute fine causes of these different results : to It. is taken from the N. 1': World, Mr. Creswell estimates that the revenue JACKSONVILLE, FLA., .STsAKzaL1ZZIEllAR'. ,-. M,
of -
varieties to culture, acknowledge that department for the J last
penetrate into the siugular law by and is prefatory to a description of a ATTORNEY AND
the seed furnishes the greatest number which new machine for the of fiscal year ,will amount to over $a6000,000 ,- Ccntralllocated and first-class in all its appointments \'OL U.1'f
nature seems to abandon, in making valuable COUNSELLOR-AT-IJUV .
of them. But.until. now, no one has these cases, the principles she followsin fuel from peat.A which is greatly in excess ,of will remair open during the Summer months. AND s --' '- >-" \
established live what it has been for the Office in the new Freedman s Bank Building.cornel Van Brunt& BroV Lin Pacltts
numerous phenomenawhich previous ; Sailiiig
the general ,system of the reproduc. which recently appeared in Pine and Forsyth Streets.Jacksonville.Fla.B. ; < j. _
this mode of production years. This will, however, be at ..ANURBW3. .. TRANSIENT BOARD ."
pre- tion of existences. The World detailing a new process | C. DBIV.1IT i-. FROM NEW-YORK' ...:..... _
sents. This has been for a long periodthe All seed in for the conversion of $5,000,000 short of the expenditures. "
is into fuel PER
nature only the germ peat in $x DAY or f 10. PER WEEK.. '" "t36-1\l2\ BaySircet.3acaonvirJtoelds'
chief object of researches.: I .-Washington Chronicle. .. v -; _
my destined torenew the individual which forty-eight hours has attracted gene. M. & II. J. BAKER. Very reasonable ;:
made with
am going to exhibit a table of my expeiiiaents" :it. It is ral and J. arrangements permanent ". ;
produces intended to perpetuate brought to light boarders. AIRBANK'SDIALMM '
; they supply' me with the another invention PUBLIC SENTIMENT. ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW. .F :: ,
that species, and to repeat a of a still more remarkable ABOUT RECIPRO- MRS. C. L.BUFFINGTON. .. ,. : *
material for a new theory which I willdevelop million ol times the same in character, which completesthe CITY.-The practical effects of recip- '. .
being a Ornct: Reed's Building Jacksonville May 13.1174. tf :.. .::0- _
afterwards. succession of generations without process in thirty minutes. The rocity in ship-building are ,well set -'T Jacksonville.FloridaJAMIS PROVISIONS'; ___

EXPERIMENT I. change.: This is the end-the natureof last takts the spongy wet, sticky bog. forth in an "Address of the Ship- l\1\ ETROPOLITAN HOTEL GROCERIES AND.'

I have planted during many years seed, and there are only a few earth and changes it into a dry fuel, builders and Sh p- wi1ers' Association M.BAKEK. HINTON J. 1AKIR.H BAY STREET,'JACKSONVILLE.FLA. .. v % _

seed of the China orange [Citrus Au plants which escape out of this la,,'. hard enough to take a polish, and dryas of Maine" issued when reciprocity B. BEEBE JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.Will ..

rantium sinenst, fructo globoso, cortice What is the cause! of these exceptions? cannel coal.. Peat, everybody was jundcr consideration, by a pressure Always keeps onhaad. -...

tcnuissimo, Gall. Sn.] with a fine I have observed that all these phe- knows, is coal soft and unbaked. In from Canada, a'few years ago. They e ARCHITECT. remain, open during the Summer, f for the accom-i- <\ HAY, CORN, OATS. BRAN, GROUND _

and shining skin, and 1 have obtained nomena take place in preference in some slowly drying lake moss and, say: modation. of:the travelling public and citizens generally. FEED PEAS, CHICKEN FEED; 'll .:.

always sweet oranges, of which a portion seed which come from plantations turf have grown, layer above layer, "It has been intimated, and the ROOM No.a MASONIC BUILDING. -, PORK,.LARD, BACON, .'a: .1. _____

bad a thick, rough, unpolishedrind where there is a mixture of species or tree-trunks have sunk into the mass, proposition has been seriously entertained 136-19353-105\ Jockunanllt.Fl riJA.WM. Prices Greatly Reduced.RATE SHOULDERS .1, t t :..

and others a skin still finer than varieties. I have observed that limes and the whole! has slowly thickened and in high and influential places, hAMS, .I--, '.... : _

those which had supplied the seed. gathered in a garden of citron trees, increased year by year till the lake is to repeal our navigation laws and ad- & ARTHUR A. BIRNEY,., PER, DAY, $2.50. a HOMINY.MEAL..RICE FlSII'FLOUlt; !* S' _____

The same experience occurred with offered a :greater;; variety than those gone, and a quaking bog is left in its mit all foreign-built ships. to American '. i' HECKER'S FLOUR.. FABJNA v tf

the common orange with thick, rough obtained from isolated plants ; I have place, on whose surface the moss and registry Is not this a sufficient ATTORNEYS: : ;; I I and liberal terms by the week and months, BUTTER, .,APPLES, ONIQNS, __ __

gin, Sometimes I would have trees observed that the seed of cauliflower, grass and sedge spread and thickentill inducement' to bestir ourselves, andat '4K STREETNO. ': .TABLE BOARD. AT.REDUCED. .. ... I POTATOES SUGARS;SYRUPSV", "" 4i

*>f fine fruit and .once I obtained, a \Btassica oleracea -botrytes, Lynn.] it has grown above the old! level once lay before Congress' the rea 330' RATK' MOLASSES COFFEES, -.q'

Toot whose leaves were like shells, and which had flowered" in the midst of of. the lake, 'spread up 'the hillside, sons why' that should not be done? WASHINGTON CITY. ..'. The patronage of the public respectfully toficiteoVJ. TEAS SNUFF.-,: COCOA. ,..,..-'.v u.: .,."..*...-.t.=! __ _

whose fruit was very poor, with few Broccoli [lJrass a vulgaris saliva, risen twenty, thirty, forty feet, drowning Should we not show them that this H. A. FATT1SON. : ..'a. MUK.pATTISON OILS;. SOAPS; <.0- _

seed, and aUvays miserable. I have Targ.] furnished a crowd of varieties out whole forests with a' steadyrise. wiU be a great national disaster, and .' B.TOGNI' ', Proprietor.April *. STARCH, TOBACCO' N&

fnade experimejilfi( ypon the peach. mingled, and many monsters with Meanwhile the 'old layers are more. ruinous to one of its members & MEEK, J5t}>1774. 4"SS-3D1 WOODEN-WARE BUCKETS.. a '

Seed of many peaches, gathered (row curled or variegated leaves, whilst gradually changing, the plant stems than the hurricanes and, earthquakeswhich BASKETS,:BROOMS:, SPONGES W SCANNED :

one tree, have givem me many plants which were,i olateds.P rpetuated turn black as' the carbon separates have of late"so severely afflicted 'ATTORNEYS-AT-LA\V.\ FOR SALE OR 'RENT- OUNTRY. COODS OFEVERI'.X/Nfl.4. .
varieties, the greater part poor and the sl>' 'c without .alteration. I have from the hydrocarbons of organic othet/ regions?' The Philistines, Office ReQua's building. acboDyjJ1, .,Fla. PP. -' '* '. ** 'C' ;kM ... ': _;',

common ; some of finer fru.it than observed that: the seed of Black Cabbage *' growth till at last the sticky black with a view to keep the Jews, in' per- HOTELANDORANGEGROYEFOR EVERYTHING. .t\rr.. .

I. the parent ; but the seed of the peach [Brassita' nigria, Dod.] which clay is the best fuel known-if it will fect subjeCtion' 'to them, took, away : E. JOHNSON. M. D., IK TUB. ;, ,. !j -

'Jias never given me nectarines, nor had flowered amidst a great number only burn. All the curious chain of their artisans,,,so that 'there was no SALE OR RENT.We FORAGE.- GROCERY.AND,PROVISION.'Y;;C. (

; : .. the seed of nectarines. -peaches. different varieties, gave very often chemical compounds that make a fuelworth'some'thing smith found throughout all the land PHYSICIAN HOMCEOPATHIC' will tent for the season or sell on easy terms, I SELL FOR CASH '

The almond has gven: me the same these cabbages very full, with the in the manufactureof of Israel.'- And were they not wise ? AND SURGEON.. THE ALA CHACO ORANGE .. .: .....,!'W
results ; sweet almond seed never give leaves laid one upon the other, forming gas are there-enough carbon to What more perfect advice could be Office, north side of Bar Street In Dr. Robinson'snew AXD AT' .-

anything Uut sweet fruit ; they are a very thick head which Is much equal the best ,coal ; none, 'or the employed to keep a people in subjection building,next block east National Hotel, iggtl Near Mellonrille. Orange Co..,Florida. THE LOWEST. 'POSSIBLE.iId RiS._ .

.some. roes different in the accidents soughtafterfor, table use, on accountof merest trace, of phosphorus and silicon than to take from them their WITH THE FARM, ORANGE GROVE AND "* > "-.J.o !
: Howe and ,
Merchants LotjersxTioteb.; ; BoatdII' *( .
a its whiteness and its ,,that make fuel worthless iniron skillful workmen ? And is not this ANNO, NURS1.RATrACHED.THIS : '
x>f the shell, which was sometimes hard.or great delicacy : w.R. families are Invited to esanuae. .my.goods and prices.
soft, but I,have never obtained a I have observed that the seed of the manufacture; I less cinder and less ash just what this proposition amounts to? PROPERTY IS I: 1 i"lil.I'THE
: : Ranunculus different colors than other natural fuel known Our shipwrights would be drawn 'ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, HIGHEST CASH PRICES '
Ran any
ingle plant of letter almonds from [ ; awayto i LOCATED: -1# miles from the team.
.sweet seed, unculus Asiaticvff Linn.] that I cultivated no smoke and no,slag more volatile thenew British Dominion, 'and all Office in Reed' Block. Bay Street.. Loat Landing on Lake Monroe., PAID FOR COUNTRY: 'P8ODUCI: Of Alt'?klNtW ; > -

EXPERIMENT in quantity in squares in my products and.m'Cre.carbon."aUth; sand their .skill! employed to add to the 7(1&ls-llI.Flatila.CALL' stft : I.v

I have sowed the seed of the red garden, gave me very often double with 1130, 40, 50, 60 per,cent,,..ofwater wealth, and arroganceof that, power FOR INVALIDS THE CLIMATE CANNOT BE .....* J : !. ..,. ,
SURPASSED while of Florida
Bowers and does burn. In which has inflicted such dead & BASNETT no part combines & WHITLOCK.. :.: ,
whilst this phenomenon does water not ,upon us 'j' so many ad vantages to the grower "1'"
Ginis Aurahtium hi- .
orange, [ sinese timenature canbe.trusted ly injury.. Is the'1' American nation : of TROPICAL FRUITS. Successors. toThos.A..Will. on.
not come. to thejseed which I cultivated to dry the < .* ,,10

pyn.era c/zunticumtructo TIle trees coming sunumco from,it Gall hav It isolated in vases, before the arrangement peat and give in place coal, draining willing to aggrandize that power to the LAW: If not ioidbeorethe FIRST-MONDAYin MARCH ._UURS, 111 .'f : .,. *

borne) fruit of bTmy flower garden. All : the water with sudden tilts of strata, ruin of itself,.and'present' fO the'world Orrzcz-Iu e d''s Building,up stairs.T. .' next,the property will on that day be offered at public GRAIN. FLOURANpA p ,

color. ordinary I have not repeated an this orange experiment these experiments)led me to perceivea 1 squeezing it out ,with great masses of' the humiliating spectacle; of relying -I : IACKSONVILL Fla sale to the highest FLEMING bidder. Apply& DANIEL to anu >ct>...!n. !of_, ; .: alt i '
certain analogy between varieties I overlying rock or ocean, baking it on 'other nationsforits, ships,,while! it Attorneys. "
because it is difficult
frequently, CORN MEAL ,
and monsters.' I 'suspect that the with internal l 'fires, and at last-in a possesses more; abundant;) means for SUMMERS, Jacksonville.Florida.OcIaJr8.sSi. .
seed in this fruit. tl ,
to findfertile pollen influences these changes;which few million ''years more or less-the their construction than \ any'other c.II; .- '. "- ';: : '. CORN RYE MEAL.'GRAHAM't': '

EXPERIMENT III. belongto sterility, and the, modifications result is a coal. nation whatever, and might,. but for ATTORNEY-AT-LAW ; AU shades of braids and chignons at Bucky's. FLOUR.CRACKED. WHAT., ;:& .
I have sown the seed of limes taken of the leaves known as curled or ss-' its. own unwise legislation, be the : '.1' -..tf -

from fruit gathered in a garden where variegated. A crow.d :of' reflections Good Sense from Colored Men. great source: ,of supply ,to all. nations? ALSO NOTARY U. S.PUBLICAND CIRCUIT COURT.COMMISSIONER. F 'O R I SALE. ;i.. ,.SC.ROLLSA\yING.& WOOD TURNINq.1

the the trees mingled with city Were this'policy carried the immediate TO ORDER "f'?>.. \ :.-:13
were i present themselves to my mind. It The 'White'Man's: Party" Ala- out, ?ffic .'Folk's bunding.T7LEMING VERY, CH.EA-PI I .
ron trees, and J have'had individuals is ;'that effect, would be continued ; !
many recognized-I say to myself'; bama might without detriment Wood Sawed, Split, ;and Delivered
whose fruit varied from the two.principles: entirely different must consider silence :of, our ship-yards, ,and the I..T:nhING:. Three smdll'Fanns,'near the City limits.' :, ,; cit -

lime to the largest lemon,' (Poncircsl) concur to the reproduction of all or. ,' the rudimentary" political transfer of our shipwrights to' foreign P.r.PLIDII1fG; J.DANIZLJ : ,by Cord prXoad. ". ,t .., .

Jnost; of them were simple limes; but gammed' exi tence We know that sense Jn,'the. 'f611 o\ving\' resolutions ofthe countries.. '"-The ,Republic. :& DANIEL; ,' Cleared land';'no ONE'ther OF improvements.TEN ACRES' \Ross*Block. Bay Street.opposite*ur Mill and'Wbar
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there were some, which had all, the when. ese two principles belong to recent State.Convention of colored -'. 'OYE:OF TWENTY j\CRES. '.:. J! ?AovAfr FLLM 1 1 1c'

characteristics of lemons (,Pondres- distinct species,' there results from men'in that .State, and' 'some of A MODEL DEDICATION.-My origin:- ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW. About fifteen acres In cultivation; 500 grape vines and ., : :. .- iJ'; ;. ,.. .b\J', \

and these'were wholly wanting in seed. their union monstrous,beings, such as the hints; conveyed without intention was to dedicate'this bookto OvrtCB! Reed's BlockJ: corner Ocean and Bay Streets p fruit.aces trees for:gardening underdrained; clay,subsoil; one of the best .T. A.. v WItso, : : ,.... ...U66..., ,. J t. W I,.,A.,.'r WMITtOCK. ... -f ,
[The Poncire is a sort of large lemon., mules among animals-and in plants; are not : thefriend:* of ray boyhood, Azan Jacksonville Fla.., ". ., '
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-Translator.] such as those' known as hybrids' Why possible application I to good purpose bin Ghes, 'the Imaum of Muscat,' in l' About four acres' In cultivation balance good Pinewoods SAVINGS, BANK.. ., ::: :. : ,

EXPERIMENT IV. should ,not,this,principle cause of such !in .Florida: *" 60ut t these, 'day...". i memory"of thejhap'py" days-'when' .to A. A. KNIGHT; >< c'a- 'i .; on King's road CALL c.AND c. COLLINS.SEB. r-v.1' \#* ,

1: have sowed. during, many years vari phenomena: also beth ,cause Resolved,' ;That,the colored people gether we played marblesi! in, ,the Oman ,. 1(1( "', ( .,.,. Dealrr in Real Estate.Witschen's Building, Bay St, THE'" FREEDMAN-S SAVINGS *&TIttJSTO.,' :\

.seed of sweet orange, sometimes taken monsters and varieties ? These, ,,i ii J Jis of Alabama Are'in favor of free schools; desert>nd 'ducked each'oth'er ,in' the, ATTORNEY AT LAW. .. ,'. JACISONVILLa- SRAKCH.' ; H ":tl'1. -t I

Irom;ihcfree' 'tree, sometimes taken true, do not proclaim I a mixture; free churches,. freedom of speech and Persian. i. Gulf, and'. tortured inoffensivecats '. .. .' ; WEALTH,. ,1\1 S i

,from .t the grafted fruit, either upon the they are often products'of seed upon thought and :action of all men'; that i on the Island,of Kishm.,. .But I NOt a Hoegs" Bl ck,up. stairs-, ., ,.. .. ;, ,HEALTH; ;: .,Deposits of any amount received from. bdivkhials '1'
isolated but it is that in favor of the( have : mind I have resolved -ANDRECREATION business firms and societies; on wbfch fattiest will be .. ,
trees we are !vi1.and'PClitical changedmy -
JBigaradicr or the lime. I have. al- ,; necessary ; 3SSwly': Jacksonville, Fla.,' .' .. .
< allowed
,ways ha.d sweet 'fruit1; this result is two'different species should! unite;, in rights of all r men, as.'embodied'inour dedicate the book to a humorist ** J-.J: v I

also confirmed than fecundation 'in order to alter the, phyrsiognonay constitution and our free institu, who has had too little fame, .to' the ROBINSON.. ., Deposits-may: be sen: by express, Iscurreat.4s
by more CL
; sixtyyearscx'pcriraents'of : i < 'i "" jr ". "' .' '
the gardeners' of of the' product ? May not tions.. most''deliCious! ,, because; the 'most ,un- .. .J Ut. .r- i or by mail in postal money orders and bsnk draAsvf .
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n3j5.l There is no example of aJ3iuradie.co this phenomenon produced equally Resolved, That t.tbe colored ,people con'cious humoristto,; that widely 1 ;ATrORNEYATLAY'Also ;-" -: ; 'LANDS FUR: :The Bank b opesi dairy from 9'".11.Ida r.'w-f a%.

i.ng from a sweet orange by, the different production]of,the two ofAIaban'awhilecording tball'men scattered;and multitudinous comedian, NOTARY PUBLIC and'COMMISSIONERU. ORANGE: GROVES, COLONIES, oa Saturday' creningsK fcr deposit*.only;, ra.i .

Jior of a sweet orange c ming from agents'of the similar species and per. those inalienable rights born of American who may be expresssed in .the con, CIRCUIT COURT. 'FARMS, MARKET-GARDENS, o'clock. ," jniSi. '

the Wzaradi' r. haps, also by the difference :In1' the citizenship{ demand that thesame: crete as'the .Intelligent' Compositor. Office:'No.dlaaoail l1ock. : tirDR.S.M.TUCKER : ; VILLA ,SITES, :TOWN 4-nyi J, W,SWAIMCasblm! .t

force of their :action/or by'a defect in shall be guarantee! them,' and that To his faculty,of perpetrating (felicitous i LOTS 'A SSIGNEES, SALE., .. .. .I T"V ) I

CONSEQUENCES. the analogy of their principles ? ;Is it they favor such legislation as will secure absurdities I 'am indebted, for : : .**.
I.-Thsed.perpetuateg the spe. not from tliedifferep.t'rIP9r; ? iori of us.fully. in.theserightsand,; )place "laughter.I that is:'worth' a, hun4reclgroans. OFFICE: FOR, .,' '.SALE ON SANFORD'S. ,' ( RANT. By virtue of an order of the U. S. District rf C'

ciesbut it i U the source of ,varieties these, two;,:agents, .that! the organic .re them beyond ,the control of the, ," .It was ch.o: putting1; ,into Northwest. comet' of Adams and c Market Sis, -, ...", ,.. '. I_U.MOORE.MET. the the highest Northern bid.District A of GainesvUt Florida,-will r W"bfler ;Cpirt to
it gives the. preference to varieties white man's I !' 't Sanford. house door -day,of July. tKe _
production which results in ,thc' mart party, or any cither. type an. article/of.mtnewhich; , generally inferior to the mother plant ; vclous variety which distinguishes. the; party.. ,lamed. theinjunction, t'Do not :cast ICHARD,?;>r rcLAUGHLIN It beinz. part of t t A in Johl db, Ctu roper> r.
it .
it sometimes gives much finer fruit ; animal kingdom ? Have 'not plants :Resolved}. ,That the. Republican your pearls before Swine,!" transformed R' ,.FOR: ON KE.MONROE. Range AU of.S E DYld, desired W3 (Section 2 I. j '
rarely, gives monsters ; it never ; exhibited' its' the into "Do REAL- ESTATE AGENT .1 \ '. Two '
this also? Is'there a single i fruit. "on party.having deIlW to phrase not cart your &
Two Cart and other I
goes outside of the species ; at least thesame plant which is exactly! like the cause,of,human .rights. and, to t the, pills befbrfesun-rjse;" It was' hV- w ocu'sed lu,mII.Ft1 "' :- ," one farming-. IstpU-K.IJS-' I

If not fecundated artificially with another?' This inequality which exists best nterets of the colored people, me to' quote the poet's inquiry, sorts of ReaiEstatcbougbt-i' and"aoId'l.' ,' .t. '!*- I Two,'new'Cottages'near'the 'Steamboat Landing "ToSeC].Purchaser C.CR ;1rl"r Deeds._. "

strange pollen and given thus the germ in fruit of a single tree, exists also we hereby pledge that party'our. continued so that'' I 'propounded the"world the. vested.Taxes paid;Titles examined., S NFORD'. '. "'.:" '"' .:, Jacksonville*F..Jt'10(0.1874.. ':paz idi4. *
fit a hybrid; This fact RKFSBS, >T riaiusuoM. to William.Astor, 'F.q.. ,
is equally 'and "AVhere r : J
father adherence. conundrum j
among children of the same support appalling! } ..prethe New YockJ Ex-Gor. A. {I. Cuitin. Bcllefonte..; '''ALSO. ; I.
true, whether in reference to the fruit exists also in t a' mote market!. way be- :.Resolved, 'That 'in order' 'to bring dead, the varnished .dead ?" and Lewis H.. Redner.PhlIaddphiai\ .W. Stokes Boyd. Including HOME 1.0f"twenty desirabtwo.tirj'bouse T QUIS EMILE MOURGfeON/i, I
Banker : acres a .
G. ,Fla.
D Ambler.
: fit a free tree, or of a grafted tree. different about the! success bf' the Republican it.was his.glorious tendency.'to make Philadelphia; ,Jacksonville- '" J-* v*
tween fruit of two plants, : Henry Tucker, B atoll.Mas* -a8-ty-pd i .1: From Part.Franc,(lately Foremast of the Statca
{,\; The trees which, proceed will give although of the: same species. The ticket in November'next,, we "encotir,' the ''sublime convulsively! ridiculous '.. '" ,, with large. _dining-room detached- Island Dyeing,establishment) f J

t always the same sort as that which pollen ota'peach flower, has |t. not .a age our people! ,everywhere' jo ';Jhe that-rejected aline in poem of mine;, SAMUEL FAIRBANKS, Suitable fora Boarding-house NEW"DYEING AND SCOURING ESTABLISH" ; !

:, gave ihe.:seed;'except.with the modi family physiognomy ,which makes U I adoption; of.that, great, statesmanlike-' which'"decl red 'that1' 'a '"cornet 'swept : Apply -H.J,,FOREST, MENT.: ,,1.'' gLadies'

j fication which .diversify. jt into. varie 'differ from the' flower of' another : idea, ,upon
:. ties.-Exp. iv. peach, and, if.these' twd peaches are but may. ever' /stand -the great' idea skirts/Vand; sub'stitutedthe idea that :. )s'cksonyiIJ.an.1 ... ,si, 'L' .. ,...7aWy,373:.: ;, '.' Sathr.,tw5Qtf L C': .SbawW.. ...,*i1z, "'

.-' II.-The seed Df monsters, when modified"in; cppception l by fecundation that the office' should 'seek the man )'Countslept.in'a.baymow.iu'a travr! t l. .. and other fine fabrics STREET mostcarefuUy, bctvrteti deM,IUw e y & -

.f they have any, Live only ordinary now already' marked ?x;' the and nottbe:: man ,the ,office ; that /weimpress' cling skirt.1'' The kind of talent,that BUESINGy ', .." 'Bon ton hoops and bustles'at BuckyVCiTIJATIQN .. !e FORSY1H -i",'"1 j 'v'F'OR co t' .,ac"
fruij ; "
f : !, which indicates that the extraordinary differences varieties 'the upomthejnembers of the-Re' is here and diSplayed"deseTVCS.pTOoundrCv Respectniily ealls'the attention; of the dtiiens sid met* :'!

; c:.' and monster/M' only variety' union'of Uieir whichrnake flow; Th ought to,'produce '- publican! party; Inl the State':of Alabama ( !! renc, ; It is wonderful' and chanwtdt It.Is the best 4 BEAUTIFUL WuhlIC.1 aer SOAP,and Toiler manufactures.Soap ever WANTED. SA i E,' ". .."IUJ. .,
that the, varieties return to the anew' combination whi should : that hey nominate! none forofficesave awful,,:'and thus'I; 'off t' ?Jt, as a: token I made, This.Soap fs put np.iu boxes* coauingfoIbsand I AUsc1adLotbssutItuZIytcatedlathCiitJofjacksowvllle. :
A Engineer Millwright Dad Machinist
i .: original| type of seed.:-Exp. jif make a'still 'more .''irregular Variety J ,those Jhey; know to be .true! marveling.. respect."Out of the! Orders oo bars.should be addressed to fiunQiar competent with aB other mechanical work and well potted "'The house Is I large,well GnUhedV&iU .
* IIL. The seed sw't' tr. t;., 'D ,A..BUESING,Box 7V, ill, raercantlle busines,having bad much ezpcncnce ">- C- '- J> -* ,* s ", '.
of oranges ana If)tb> i is; so, .witVtwp, what may (tq the, principles i of, .the .party, and II!J.- II''J.' .' '. 5-i6tf'. Jacksonville, ,ia- as Superintendent,Agent and Book-keeper: ** n give-kmty kweeYorangesfr: j the 's etdf not ;)fffffeoce-t.Uho!): ii propHrl.ons,; who can bring to, t th? Mpporr, of ,1 *. -.,,, f position where consideration.he. .a n.nuke Address.himself metai. Salary. a a\r

p& Bizaradicrniyespnly.Biraradies.; These mixiure.ofj.many pollens produce I? StateJtlckeJ, the; greatest; number OUrr r Habit is .cable- vre ;weave a L .Umbrellas.. _.r and parasols. '''''' '"to be, ,,had. 'at Buel. ,'.'. -, .secondary i :\ ,.HIRAM ABIFF. 37tf' .'>." : C.. OAK,Jactsonvmea" '; ) '_f i
two for beat: division thread of it < dayi and at;last ;we Careof Norton & Kooker Dealers in Real Estate. J '
r----- oranges preserve and fecundationwould act: voters our -cbonty ; very '
A forced '
perpetuate -upon FtbRIDAiVlEWS
copied aad colored at WOOD ft SICK Cor.:: Ocean aad aystrecet Jacksonville;Florida. TTEADQUARTF.RS

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THE NEW SOUTH. Chair with the appointment of machine'the operation;.o .which well LOUISIANA NOT IN TOTAL DAEKSESS. withJsuccess.: I.grew a Hubbard Correspondence.. i.
this thirty-
Slate Treasurer. the datitt of which office worth inspection. By other: machines It is pleasant to record the following eight squash pounds year onions one weighed pound and Editor New South:-The Jacksonville IRELAND. .

|WBO..l ADAM CAKKVlH*. he has ..al.iMfaclorilyllltd.In the.fillers are shaped' and further fixed cheering-announcement from so strongly cabbage the largest and best I ever saw. Ring have been trying a long time to July 13.-John Mitchell will return to fa
& 1868 he member of the Chicago -
CO. was
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%TO: .BUftMliltMU. Convention, and with that body co- in perfectly uniform size by, a series of Democratic a paper as the New York Citron melons! do not.do well.I run the 16th District but will not suc Ireland and contest for an election to
ft. ft. gtw.S
p-raled in giving General Grai.i his moulds worked under a screw' press ; World; 'Perhaps, as Florida suffered have rented land to'Northern men ceed. They are urging John and howell Samuel Parliament, and with good prospects of

J.j. ADAM!. EDItOR. first nomination for the Prc8iden lie the from the partisan misrepresentations of to grow vegetables for three yean, and of Baker county,Senator
( machine
..,-.- ) and bj'stil1'anothcr scraps i they have spoken for a.larger quantity for .Petty (the only colored member of the BUCCelS.SrAIN'.
-TO -CORRESPONDENTS AND OTHEkS. was at that time appointed a member of of tobacco too valuable to be lost. are the notorious Ku. Klux Committee, so nextseason. If suitable land located, Assembly who voted, at the dictation of 13.-Tbe S
the National Committee und July Republican'are
ItMu.flxi:al ietwett a*solicited; ; from all pans of the served as such Republican for four He WM reduced'to form,fillers for inferior cigars the actual condition of Louisiana.may sugar-cane and'Cuba tobacco will pay. the Ring with the Democrats for U. S. reported successful in an engagement again
Sratc. AUo Cummunicationi subjects of general years. be better than has been stated : Com and oats should be cultivated .for Senator in 1873-to defeat tho Republican -
and the Carliste
Interest,especially educmiooal. social and UjJ utru l ltopics. 1110'a member of the State Executive to smoking tobacco. candidate, for from with aenr: Bilboa. Ibe
Correspondents should snake their letters as Committee of Florida. Having just retired Recognizing in La Favorita. tobamauufliCtory The promise of the. sugar and rice your own use make ), Assemblyman'SP ." Carl ta are discouraging' foreign correspondents
that to Nassau
tncf ai the focu and circumstances will permit.Vtt Caution.-'Kemember county.
for 'Irom his position, of State Treasurer the successful crops of Louisiana has nut for many by shouting one occasionally -
exprcksed by
arc nut renponvWt opinions our Inaugura. locate n'ril.h landor
must )
CKTrespundenu. KejocteJ manuscripts can neither jy U>e expiration of his term of office, years been better than it now is. Be- good crops you .
be returned nor preervad. Anonymuus. contributions 10 was selected to preside over the de- tion in our midst another of those fore the inundations a large increase in have: the means to make poor, land Editor New Bovt.h-A, correspondent IIAvfltA.S

: .ill,<*tie noticed. ibcrations of the' Lower House of the i home manufacturing establishments, the acreage of both of these crops'was rich. "You can't ret something from ,of the Union recommends Dennis Eagan July 12.-The ,.Captain General has ,
will be,told that certain worth ,
A-gislature[ of which body he !Is a mein- from,the energetic prosecution of'which. contemplated, and notwithstanding the nothing. You for Congress as possessing "solid by decree, imposed1 an extraordinary l.

Call for a Convention.. her as a representative of the county of more than from anything( else,,the permanent nut dations, an actual,increase of acreage joints have excellent it is water' and"little are very be- capacity and integrity" ," and being explain a tax of two and a half per cent. 06 he .
sickly a Will be
Call fur a KrpuUtcaa Concrc-aloniJ Conveniloa fOr the Leon. has been planted at, least in rice; healthy, 'Solid Republican. value of real and
k'aII .ad Sxitw.d Cotigressioaal DUuictf of the prosperity of our city! Is to be of has, been ." Except at certain favorable the workings of the patent back-action- persoial property on
while if the
In of the the ,acreage sugar. commerce, and industries
FloruU.if September arts profession
year the salt water in
f vinue uf ttic siuihuriirvcvted In us,by the RepublUaJt worked out, we'commend this the workof diminished, the propitionsness .of! the points immediately on. :: slidc-ballot-bbx, used in Madison to be collected in'a4>
Male Central\mlJliLleef a Convention will be same paper says: an intelligent and enterprising firm season promises to more ,than counterbalance the whole] sea-coast portion of the Southern 1868? Also-the little last winter affair quarterly
bcl4 In the r'ira ".' lb.uict I on the tub Senatorial States'sobject to''dull!and fe\'er.n of $45O0G vanee.
Crowned with honors the / the loss.: The increasing Importance of the proposed appropriation '
vi' D. at It o'cl JCk at the Capitol .
Uy Aufimt. A. 1074. M. of upright and honorable gentlemen as LONDOX.
lu the City ut Tatl :. Conve.itli for the late Treasurer disports himself' in the of',the rice' in the State is and Florida Is'no exception. ,I think, as contingent fund by Dennis, chairman S
Second Con rasuonal liiklrict, will be held at the Court 'sunshine of the people's affections, and worthy of general notice 'and 'steady_ shown by the following crop estimates for the however,>we have less' here than in'Abe ot the committee on appropriations July' 9. -Herald SpecfaJ... Minister

"U apportionment in Ux City is of fixed)Jacksonville by the Committee at the same Tar the lime.severalCounties 1 he I honors Long Branch with his .pres nce. support. past four years; Carulinl\s.]! or, perhaps. less than in the Dennis Eagan (or as is .believed..Uen.' Scbenck to-day laM tae Corner stone or S

is as follows to wit; Urn LUirict, J-icanibia with $3,189763 of school-money which The deep grief S and misfortune of Crop 1870-71--l>arrtl cleaned rice.>._._..,....-.. 5, baata1ooa }, Walton J, Holmes Gadsdcn, Washington, Franklin. he has embezzled, and which he ha Crop 1871-7,1....,...?.?.-_..55"QQ and,, habits of ,lining,: no one need the committee and by the Senate to in commemoration the emancipation--
ackson o, CMUioun I. Liberty i, 7 Cuba has driven from their beautiful lot '
i, WakuUa[ J, LeoIlIJ,Jeffeixon i>, Labyette i, Tay. failed\ to turn over to his successor in Crop '87373,6.p..o. have serious alarmMosquitoes $1,500 (The Tallahassee Sentinel'sarticle negro slaves in the United State*
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...._ _. 80.000
Sunu island home thousands of her best and Crop '87J-74- ( i The structure will stand in
lor i. Levy I. Hcroandoa, HilUborough I. rt, office. 5 are no more numerous on Dennis a.- the model Republican a prominentpositica

Tolk Second i, Manktee Concrcw-ional i, Munroe Uiktrict I. Alachjaag, Baker s, Is it honorable and honest for a man most intelligent'ciiiz.eps; { and this' ,her in It Louisiana is estimated will that the growing not less than crop icre'thau at 'the .$orth. Sand ies and and economist comes in here). : ia South Loadoa .

Bradford .. Kievard I,day t,Columbia 4, Lhival o, who holds the proud po.-ition of United great loss has enqrcd,to,the lpcchbe! produce leas are nuisance, but'we ran stand Then how at.iout.lhe 'solid Republican11 -
Dade I, Hamilton, Manon 6. Madison j, Nas au 4., States Senator, to deprive the children 110,000, barrels of cleaned _rico.GREELEAY'A them better'than the frosts'of Nu>v Eng- ling( vote of Dennis, Eagan and Jenkins RAILROADS AND STEAIf ERS.PENSACOIA- -. -
Orange i,Puunan j,St. John *,Suwannec j,Volusia nefit of. Florida in adding an exceeding ,
IB order f, secure a ulr cooveuUon and,to guard of the State he represents, of $3,139.63of i land. .C. B. DIUCLE. in 1873, for Westcbtc for U.S. Senator -
S fcainst Irreeularor fraudulent representation the Il.C the school-money that bad been collected -' valuable element: to her' ..population, T 0' TE CALL IT p. Station 12, Florida Railroad. ,to defeat, the Republican candidate.

ngrgu1donsw1thrcgira have been adopted and must to tlel"aLeland ie nnctly compiled alternates in cash from the people, and convert of which G. to & .Co., and many oth. \Vo are under-obligations to Mr.:'James July 13. B74.: Evidently "Colored Republican' not J ACKSONV1LJ.E.MOBILE.UALLROAD AND ,

it his benefit and be one.of our'subseribers who tikesa address for the next three months the Old Guard." Then CO.
with vii: ; to own 'use,, era are living ''examples among us. Hale, My posted as to

the tat convention Each county as it is win allowed be flowed delegates.tnd. as .many votes tn hoof S And although hoping and expectingthat great interest in searching put urious will be Granby Ct., where does the "capacity" come in ? Ost and after SUJTOAT314.1 i. 1874. train

take bis. place lf-nr In delegate the convention I if absent,'and his In case alternate any county may Soon after the same paper publisheda tpott\ ;t \video of good cheer from things', for the following scientific' description of AN rI-RING. will roa aa fulows} ;

Is not fully n presented, the pdqal.Cll or altcrn tea letter from Major A. K. Beard show, effectually of a* natural! curiosity in Will some one or more our many PASSENGER TRAINS WEST (&AO.T) KOBt
Government many soon SAVANNAH
great AND
our TA.r.t.AHklSE14
piecent may cast the vote ol the county. correspondents who is willing to takeso Senator' from Nassau and Baker.
jrd. The Republican County Committee of each ing that the proprietor of the paper assist in dispelling Eotne of the dark. the possession of, Mr., Greenleaf: Lea eJacboa.wea:4.. a-
South l noticed sometime pa.
of Editor New
county will rail their convepiion giving at least fifteen with me little;trouble for'the bringing t- .
when he Senator 1Ia1.awiD.4:10.
days publication of Ibe same.at hich convention the charged Conover clouds from her political bnrizon.nnd. The Shetland Argus ""Astrophyton.. Scu- the State and his, own section into deserved since, a movement, started apparentlyin .. 1.akeDtY7:1O IJSS*l"a .

ccl[ and alternates MkcThM.c$elected must be must elected receive and credentialsttgnet the dele embezzling 3169.63 of the money 'of make ever bttuliiql Cuba: once,more a talum" Hadiata. this place to bring out John \V. Arrive at u" Oak--I.so a, o- ,

6y the Chairman S and Secretary of the convention the "poor children" had $2,1t16'of that pleasant lunot h.rcdl her chlldien, ?;' still CLASS 1-Echinodertmata.PIIOEU notice, reply.to the following. either howell[ ol"llabr county, for the Senate Leave Momiccllo.rrr alodiaoR.6:10-_,.,_,.., 'ryt a mM
; br which they were elected and certified by theChairman in his 3 Stellerjda.This direct or through the NEW SOCTII ? from the' 16th district, and I discover **" Tallahaascc.- Kyt ,
( of the Kepulaican County Committee.4th. veritable school-money own pocket we trust that'the warm and cordial I wel- certain -*' juiocy_. ____.. .._-5-------..__ ,azo]p.m
No proxies will be allowed In the eonyendon.c.IClUd us the cost of-a1'singles official advertisement -' order is eomposed of animals JULY 8th, 1874.J. great anxiety among men Arrio 11 C5ttahoocbei.__.. .. ,,.| ":00PASSENGER.
alternates must be residents in the coun come here g yen, and the business success thai Col..Billing* should not be reelected -
the letter with a flattened and more or less pentagon 8. 'Adams, Esq. Please send!. to
represent. and while criticising : TRAINS EAST f DAILY SR1i
whic Howell should take his
$ copy oftha credentials must be cent by the that such Cubans as' we have mentioned iI b(Hly, several: families bearing my address a copy ur. 's''of'your new and that Mr. TALLAHASSEE) FOR SAVANNAH ,
of the County Committee to Dennis Eagan acknowledged the. fact, of having the lare. Mr. .Howell is'a ,"clever fel-! AND S
WilD of the Central Committee without delay, are eardng'out for themselves, fire'arms' of; variable .)length. The papb The New South: Quite a FlOrida > JAcKONVlLLE.S '
Secretary lalLinaksce.Tl'.eSecteury. Stat money in possession.The. will induce native Cubans to become mouth opens in the center of the lowersurfill'C' ever.exists here and many, nreanxious low" and friendly to everybody but Lean Chauahoucloee_ f ___ _, f-n a at
t ofthe State Central Comm wiU many tate i list now IS wanted by the corrupt"ring" 4 quincy____.',_.____, 1:10 S
tee folio is fpm .the issue of July of of the' dwc and the'anus when .QJ eaVn uiornof your especially ., 'la1bha____ >
make tip a roll of delegates elected for the us:of the wing (the} adopted Sons Sunny I now temporarily in control of 3jo p"
at t temporary organization from the present, is always situated on the back. as (o the pro isioll'rop' now well .4 a1ontlccUo.___. .____ 4:50
.convention Ji i5 reported to n by the chairman of the County 11th, 1874: Flotilla:: In[ the neighborhood of the mouth some: Qsured. ia your State.1 Many wish to the State administration. 'lie opposes Wodu.-w_ ._S -S 7'" ,
and ,. .Ic'ccalcs: and rcponed faith confidence be Walls' nomination because so directed ** Live Oak- ._..::10 a m and 9:10:
ltcrn.tc 0 What placed of
: or can ) We derive''from 'oui' inspection ; wish of be-
CjLle. rvpcriy credential will curious prehensile organs are always to riore". copies your paper 'I. Lake Cky___5:30 a m and azit I
*'Jrf.i.. c..tI6e teats penuicg b in the Floridian'8 hypocritical cant, essays La Favorita factory many useful facts : be: found, which, from the peculiarity of fore I leave, for your State, |tn' teat or by McLio. and SU-arns. and as Senator .-I Baldwin______piooa m and 1:40 a III
r. e ,cVitc on Jd on honesty, Ami denunciation of and : their structure nod actions,, have been twelve days. Send it S D. Aq article would be subservient to their,orders, and Arrive at Jacksoftviicsoi, $a u amd 4:15 ::
convention will *
All the and as to the feasibility his '
suggestion '
used for far ,bt-voud own '
fraud When it swallows Simon B.
by the&*>* Central Committee and delegates I regarded as i independent parasitic organisms in your paper or a letter from some purposes 'IUIXS TO.ST. MARTS
balding prcperly certified credentiaU for the first Conii1"liC \\'ho!l' "rt'8.SUI)' operations. are n foul desirability of reviving the culture of and described as such under kind gentleman, na to the prospects of comprehension., In order sustain Uw '',.
( will report to the m"'bn of the stench in tho nostrils ot honest it is agreed that as the Sen. (:T esday s Thiusdays and SatBidajs.1Leave .,,
and Second every of tobacco in thisState'whilc; the factory the name ot fedicellarite.; They stand the cottiing, crop throughout your Male jtetens-ions. j

tcmlrekgat Male (lmil lricl present the Chairman and fecrciaiy man'in the State P Is not its condemnation itself, in its own success, gives upon little, tubercles, and consist'of a wiU be very aectpt\hl". t itor heretofore has been taken from 'Arrfvo Tal al St.llassee M,.*_, ??.,.i ir.v -_-, __,_, S'uSO'ta:2 ,&D
the bur fixed for the s,* Heed feather in Heed's Nassau. it belongs now to Baker. Now, ,,
dtCteba of a cap, long calcareous stalk which bears at its Very Respectfully. Leave St.M .__'L.r. WU gD.
the of rye"from them convention cei tiCcntesoTadmisUanlo when it fawns upon the man of Heed'sadministration the, bcbt possible demonstration of what exxre 'iity. a,, singular forceps of threeor Jonx A, DOWKET'MIDDLETOX .,- ''if this is so; and it i is deemed wise to dis- Arrive al T.l1.h'-"cee.,?. ,-___ _

a .1ci: H.} SUN.O.a ) Hint knocked the bottom can be done in this direction in the way four pieccs. These are continually STATION. ', pease with the services ot Col.! Billings, ROBERT WALICEK.Rciclttg .

Republican St te Central Committee. out; of the Treasury P'h:1t effect will of home man f\cturc.Of opening and closing,apparently'for the Hardimau County, Teuncssec.S who has so ably represented the interestsof and GenT.Sups.
S district and the u. t. MACES, Asst Sup*, j."
-------- S the .of ht3
its tirades of abuse of carpetbaggershave food pcojdo
all these things, .we shall speak eaptttre 'of floating panicles of -_
The Sentinel, "Whangdoodled. when it hugs the New ,Jersey herealtcr: as we believe this to be a subject and, singularly enough they continuetheir state, why not take up a citizen o( Baker Rocky sell boot and shoe eheapcat.S .
Simon to its bosom, who is a veritable State News. county who i is. and has been allied to .
TboEC wh whlle course ofgreat,interest and equal importance ) movements even after the death of I '
of tbetale t,
Rnl naUor. omcal Florida, and who does not pay one dollar .. the calcareous matter is deposited >in it .. .CIVIL Arrol rnE. Ts.-'T te following ,- er, and. particularly, when there is a

gany of.tho Uepublicau party have: been oftaxt What confidence can_be givento -' -u- in, separate> plates,'which!.aU.w considerable civil appointments were made during much abler ''more,efficient more.relia

troubled! t know how' to reconcile its the Floridian as an exponent'of principle Notes. flexibility to the whole ily; last week ble, and in every way a more competentman'than The steamer Cictalop bating b tit."wiiiulra lof
: -Suhimcrecaits. ,
weekly discharges ,or! lans and envenomed *, when it claims to bo severely along the' surface of each arm runs avery Howell. Old Sam Williams S :

S \. leading and reprckcntatiro Democratic, and at the same'time goes ALAClIVA'COL"NT.AwAKE."nle Del distinct furrow; from which 'the Commissioner of Deeds-N. CalJan, known to everybody in that county as THE STEAMER 47I7Y JOINT,. "
Ipite'upon er u whoring after Conorcr and Walls un- 'of ambulacra tUQ cpmmisioBer of deeds for District an honest man, a true Republican.aail .,
Convention of are protruded.
Republicans S
BepnUiciin. with its ostensible der every, green tree? egate. : The atellerida areusutlly divided into of I tl m.bia. Washington CitY'; Burt O. a most efficient representative. He was CArum ,:W. FITZGERALD. S ,
position o.f right and for com- Alachua County I U called at Gainesville The Miller wr State'of Georgia,. Augusta.Genrgm. elected to the Assembly from that countyin

-top": the n tpecifil 1 guardian of the Comment, does not seem to. be required on the 25th ot July-by'.order' of the rida three and families Astcrida.: The Kuryalida first..uryal, Ophiu-Ida, S 1866. and 'was one of the most influ- W2T.until fanner notice,leave CHAXLESTOXeve .

poe Lut whether some u cu1t'iucessily County Executive. Committee-J. T from Columbia County-. )f. Tolhfrt'justice cntial'aml active members (that body, TUESDAY evening,and SAVANNAH every WEDNESDAY -
have the arms distinctly
Intr lt of the party, are indebted to for,uch diverse riews.exists in or-. Walls Chairman ;; "Vm. Valentine, Sec the body, always much branched, and of the peace, removed ; S, P. Sherman albeit be stood almost ateiieia his opposiiiou .for Florid*.anrviog'D JACKSONVILLE;
for the of wordy be of the
the Sentinel invention u ,,to justice peace. to oppressive measurej.' He U
der to promote tlie LieutGovernor'saspirations' the will usually furnished with cirri, producing each TriURSDAT.
retary. We understand county J. Applegate. to be superintendent -
descriptive of Its situation.. is Clay- thoroughly posted in parliamentary tac.
the'confuscd S
,pl -I to be first a candidate for be unit' fur Walls. tangled appearance schools L.I W. Baltimore, neither be deceived misled
; tics
Republican organ, only it a ,. which has caused: them to resemble and and can nor RETURNING
1 for the U. S". Senate 'be- .
county'surveyor. intimidated
Congress, second to by tricksters, nor nor
named after the Head with
'' It for months be Gorgons' ,
slightly 'whangdoodled; the veritable Recent -. *Escambia-C. M. Wifson. to !e' inspector subsidised in the discharge of his official
and failing in tolbr become, S LATEST FROM MK..DOCKIUT.-
the snaky: locks. will Iuve PALATKA every TJITOSDAY cvenine.aDdJAClKNlLLK .
the whole delegation and 'l
peraistcntlj ; duties. If Baker wants the
uck Governor. does not appear. letters from F. Dockiay, bring to his These animals, which swim with,outspread be auctioneer. county ) ,xn FRIDAY noning. Uk
In Cotigvfss fqr giving no voice in J. Mooney to Senator, and wants a man true to her
? arms and capture'their'
S byinvolving
support of the interests of the Slate, and S ; family'' thi 'gr. tif'tng Intelligence ihat it'in their numerous branched prey borough-Cbarles llandford}, to Interest, an done who will do her honor* suit the tide. FERNASD1NA san day arriving i i\\

What Can be Done in Florida! Mr. Dock ray ,is in good, health! and in be auctioneer. : .- let. them bring gut S.N. Williams, who SAVANNAH CttR.LLTOii ID time to
found the
when one after another with credit rays, arc principally tropical
Lewis to be
ten Nassau--Charles W. would do than dozen Uowells to
is in comfortable ; more a
ui' command.respect
with t the expectation of a speed trial. It is even in the icy waters of the' arctic region S .
proper place be is denied credit forwhat S tire J; C. Emerson term expiredGeorgeWashington ; people and the interests of too State; a STEAMERS. .
lie on ground that the We were favored, on Saturday last. said that the presext'charge'against him ?. They all rare. ,to be county c commissioner man, too who understands the causes '

may say th through the fcourlesy 6t t Mr.: Gato, of is that be visited,the lines 'of the insurgents Tho Shetland Argus Aslhvphyton Scu- vice-Charles Knapp, term, expired ; C. of the present financial embarrassments S AGENTS: y.:

.speech 1 not original,..and that' he i the enterprising and successful city as an'agent of the'U. S., Government latum is sometimes! usually found:more on than the British a foot'across coasts.Immigration ., T.Keadraari to be county commissioner, of the State and comprehends the'wrongs 'RAVENEL&CO.,hutcsl o.. '. | ::'

whangdoodled. vice W. -H. Maxwell, commissioned under which the 'sriffer and has ..
peyple K&AINAXD &
firm of G. 11. Gato & Co., :with an opportunity investigating the condition of the ROESRTSOLSavanna&
In the action of the.State. Central Committee readers another S- cluik of court; James Mt-Griffin, to be the courage, the ,intelligence, the integrity S JEFFREYS.BRO.ft SON.FeanasdaLS

when, the incidental of'gh'iog our island. S county commissioner re-appointed. and the manhood to .assist 1 in correcting -
.notwithstanding illustration .of what ,may be done" in JM.VoA/w-T-Gcorge; 11. Emery, to beauctiirieer. them. The times, and circumstances JEFFREYS ft BRO..JatUodTUIe. ,
the !
preeeuco of S LIOiC UNTT CONVENTION.-We notice New I have ..J ADAJIS Partita. '
his'ccdency this State. Editor South :- so many demand men-not mer t ols- .

JJentenant Governor, nnt, ofaU in at the neat and attractive that ,the call for the I>ori County letters of inquiry as to the cost of land, 'Sunla.Rosa-Wyi.rJ. Williams, to be for legislators, arid Baker county' has THROUGH TICKETS AND BILLS OF LAD.KNUC3VEN. .

1 the patronage promises that could Calling Convention assemble in the capitol] labor &c., in this, State, that I propose collector"of revenue/vice John. W. Butler heavy interests at stake ; let them. send ..

be madf, the sU holders of State official Soda and Ice Cream Saloon on the corner the 24th of July at 12. ,M, out, to answer them' in bulk, through, the. term,expired. true and'tried men 'as her Representative s-r.otC 5- '

outvoted by the eight of Bay and Pine streets,_owned by on Jis medium of your paper. 'LEON COUNTY: '' and Senator. 5' Justice..Domestic S Tor styUih,UxTies'hats ask Bucky ,
position were Julia E. Proctor Chairman, .
who the this firm and very appropriately designated signed by First, I will premise that the information The'Conference of the M, 'E., 'Church : .- '

other members represented La avorita at burrequest and John Wallace, $ccretry.We .applies to' my.neighborhood.the. ; of this" district 'will meet Iii Tallahassee : ,G,,&, \V.IT.CO.'S, RA1LROA1X,

people and carried out the known' will Mr. Gato himself> accompanied; J"us .to' trust that the' action' of ,the Convention .!. cost'of land, labor and material might, this ievening!. About1 thirty preachers 1 1' ". : ; .News., '< I I'A.., n"R' .., \ .t

of the in striking down the malign will 'be and and proLiab1y'ould. be"nVore, at some to bo '
clear and are'expected .
delegates present '
so .
party 'with .
the cigar factory of tile firm and other points: There is considerabliovernment'la'nd S i'-. NEWtORK. S .FERNAND1N TO ) KITSw: :
influence of.cliques and rings by excluding for including the Bishop '
n? 'excuse can be trumped up within from I ,, ; : r S
all to two '
from the conventions allproxies great kindness and alacrity gave us $2,500 U the; largest; ''deposit by one July ll.JLH.. Diggles ,& Co. have CAIS6 SOOTH. COIN XOHTm.F .
> nominating the desired information of this, ,the the usual double delegation, that has miles of this'dl'I ot,,,whi b'can bo cnteri person in the Tallahassee Branch: of the i suspended, with liabilities, of $& ,. S .L avv." 'Iw.'I
- and all spurious nonresidentS homesteads nt., cost of ftU for -"""&"a 50 a. 1 351'a
ed a jQll
undesirable ni
: given this important county so as 'to the assets not given.
Freedraan's Bank according
sound and healthy beginning of ,what han_____ yyj jjBai'iw'
delegate, and giving to each delegation J. eighty acres State, and' private land S ,Beecher Ic-
a political reputation. Sentinel. Jrily l 10 -Two letters of' Mr. gc.o: are 3-50
the representative strength ,which its in time if Yfoste"ed. is'o' be can bo bought at'from 81.25 to.,say, $10 An attempt wasmade to burn the will published in the next issue of the Start.e.UJ7'{zrr.mz 9plc : :2Ju ra* ,
proportionately entitled] come an ext nsir business, for the 'QUESTION ANDANSWEIL-. per. acre. We rely'on colored labor house of Mrs': Shea.and R :trunk"conrtaining. Christian Union.' One of them dated Gainesville .:_, _,__ 1:50 11:10-
coqnty J mainly, and pay' frdiu1) 816 ,to 20 per owned by J- P. Tanne- investigation into Ar K.r_ _'_; r j;aapa j4 9'
State. June 27 solicits an
Abe Sentinel says they were "whan-- The NEW SOUTH advocates Jhe reelection month for men, .1nclud11g''rnt ons, and papers n*""" 1 ,, -.-.--,-. .. ..f33 9:04aB>
jloodled.1 S La Far riia Cigar Factory is in a of Hon. J. T.. Walls 'for Con- $8 to ,$12 for. boys and' women. These hill, was in Tallahassee nscdV last' \v ek., Kerosene addressed the charges to the mnde'against following f members him and of is Cedar Kc's---__ ___. 6:30S 6:> -

the low brick building, on the corner of cress although he has had two terms, people, by tbemelns'antlln.'their own -The of the H. Claflin u. : CONNECTIONS.,
attributing Transportation The Caterpillar. : sequrge Plymouth Church : B. W. At FERNANblNA w th Steamer City Point from
I of Senator Conover and the cele- Forysth and Ocean streets centrally and Is there'' no obligation resting on, the wayr-are 'slow and, easy, but whe'tiworking I cotton-growing districts\ lia jinad.e itsaJpeitrancc Wr Sage August Stow, Henry M. Cleve-, Charleston and Sa.aaoala.lIondayat 4 a. m.;steamer ,
speech 5
NEW SOUTH Editor?-Union., with, our fastest )'BnkeeB.wiJ1be Dictator from Charleston and SaY Thursdays at
located .Having, been I in this and has John and R. T. White.
Jbrafced memorial to the conveniently their coqnty1, com land, Winslow' 4m., Wit steamer Lizzie Baker,from avaaab.
Sturk'e .same commenced some six mouths since m a, Yes, the obligation which, as we conceive certain to do part. ,1Iefcan be uicnced Its.work of devastation.' On the The second dated-July (cr. is addressed Brunswick and St. Mary's. Mondays at 6 a.m; far
pen, the is partially: "whang- sincere and true purchased by the quarter at from 5 to 6 .Messrs. and K. Lester Churchi With those points oo Fridays at S a. m. <- S
Senint 1 rests upon every plantations r ;'V to the clerk of Plymouth &M.R.R.from Jacksonville '
small even then as the first attempt pound chickensgrown( ) 20(] Al BALDWIN with J ?
way ceuts'per ; ; '
doodled, the condition would be : U, all fairand and Mr. T. J. Uoberts sUuated from It is enclosed a copy of tho previous letjers at :079 m.: (Jacksonville at 9:09 a m. ,
perfected by the same originto to start a cigar cr tobacco factory, Republican, to 25 cents each; :eg.,16 to 25 'cen'taper ten to fifteen miles north :of this place, and the.clerkof; the church is askedto .At MINEsv1ILk.iih uvweekjy sogE line for
assigning honorable means the'organization.of the dozen sweet potatoes, 40 td 60 cents Tampa; with stage line for Newnanstfllc. Tuesdays
n'd Cuban speech and Walls' it has steadily and successfully progressed and they; ..have .been, discovered, in large give an!} posste| ] aithto_ the Investigat- and r ridays. '
: r till DOW La Favor a tanks as one of Republican party; sustain its representative per' bushel; fish oysters of he.very; numbers, ,,and, it .is, feared will work fn<' Co mittee. At CEDAR KEYS with steamers to and trout Ne
: **no race question for mo" letter. men promote union arid harmonyin best,quality,, vt.' get,at Cedar,Keys ten dreadful havoc'with the crops.'The "ape The 'Tribune( says Rev, henry' WardBeechr' Orleans every Sanorda, With steamers from Key.
; Thur*
business establishments We&t Tampa.Fridays; from these places.
the important milc .di&tn1Jt at about $2 100 lbs. fnd
Tlie thanks those. who lore. .to,resortto the and by argument fact and per pearabont) three week's later this 'year ba3"dcqianded investigation by days. With Steamer Cool,from Tampa.Sundays fo.
the o and undefiled of the city. party, for the'former, and $1 per,bbl:. in the than last but the great bulk,of the .crop Plymouth ChurQf\ t innuendoes Tampa Mondays.; With Steamer Wawepoek fros* S
"wellsofEglish pure S reasoning,'cothmOn4I' its principles and shell) for' the latter.. Game' l is' 'very Suwannee Fridays; Suwanne.Tuesday
three wetks i .
This factory manufactures dailyromfifteenhundred Is' less ad"anceby Ibis against his persona} character by 'Thee D. E. MAXWELL. '
.' have long inoe been won by the to two th osand'cigars. policy to the, general acceptance, of all abundant and.cheap, say & to 10'et 1ts ivear.whiih; places\ exactly the.fP n- dore Tilton. The request was mado S'.13.Superincoadc. .' [

S .t and severely proper style of the to seventy-five fair men, and if possible', show that the per lb. for venison;75 cents,to $1 each dition. it wa$-at hed fof tlluir.2Irppc: Jqne, 7, the. ,day of the :pub1ic tion' of f

.editorials of the Sentinel but this "last consuming some fifty best good ot the State and its people cane for wild turkeys; ducks.10 to 20c. each. ance)last'j;ear.. -Sentinel. / l\Jr., llton' 1 letter and a special com .r' ,! 'BROCK'S LINE 'If t'
of- tobacco of the fiist quality Board] can,b obtained. from $4 to $6 .
best this Invaluable addition to the pounds 'aUVAJEECOUrT'T': ., mittee-appointed to conduct the,t inquiry.
better Of
gUt" secured by general, .cooperation per week-.the former paid, for J l oring "' '-S since the ; : '
either Connecticut or, Havana. 'bl\S"bcen:in i ,progress Fourth
stores 01 linguistic,and editorial accomplishment beside' the within !the party than by anyfactious men wbo.r main for.the season and fur- 'The Gfangers re":fitting up a stqra in July and will probably be concludedin RIVER STEAHERS., ; .

,through the inventive genIus Seven hands proprietors opposition to organization or tote hish their own bedding, &c. 'Lumber, Live Oak and ,arg \o, .qrgani' 's. jiDttoc" a.fe, "d.\ya. Th- I Inquiry has been .

and the choice eclectic capacity of the are owr employed, making a present deliv i'CdratJ the, depot;;cari ber had al t company store ij I' conducted in private.\ Mr Tilton was .::

gunitl and sweet-lempercd editor of the force of about ten, ,anda, the business !' known-- -and.recognized, -- leaders.. (from 12 to $16. per' "M., arid* 8hingle '' at Li.e OAK' has a money in'th JYthfcs'witb order offleei the summoned as' a witness. Mr. Beecher S, SUJfMER S ,S' SCHEDULE.. -/ ;*"jOK ,
.5 out '
ofclorgan. U worthy of special gradS. is steadily, J jncre.6ing-; and,stiljjiil ,the A NEW LINE OF STEAMERS.:We are $3 A per,plain M., but' (for) the (climate) comfortable startling'Keep comes' sta'tf ment, ."anotherfine? boy has nqt yet,testified and it is aid qn the and after MONDAY APRIL,7th Wharf,the steam daily
:Mr. Sherman wiU:}! of this line will Shipyard
or not
tude. lter Goldsmith, .nor Addison, time behind the :supply( orders on glad, of the opportunity'to-'publish and house, !'or'. an.:ordinary family arriyrtl yesterday morning;'*, 'S authority! (Sundays ejtcepted at t o'clock.M..for

*or Irving would ever have thought oi'vhangdoodle.M hand an,, immediate: expansion has become call attention to.the following practical, 1 can bo' .builtat a cost ,of ,from200tof ; .S JEnER8 .,COU1TY." J appear July. 1JI:-Thd 'coramitteo" 'appointed : d:1:' PALiATKA? --i i

,not only possible but absolutely letter on a subject of commandingNinterest Partie coming here, to settle.or Fatal, Shooting*near Thrk'Scratch. by Beernpr-to: investigate the harges : f ",; ,.

necessary and Mr. Gato informs us that to all. Let us have more on the to'Jpend the winter (i if they wan' to -wTha Montfcello Advertiser says-:, "On against'hioi are progressing the exi and, Intermediate and return same day." ,

Extracts from the Sentinel at Different as soon as bands with tho necessary 'subject. J ec&nomise,) should! bring filled bed], and pil Wednesday last, ,we ,le 'm, that ,Wm; am'oatibn, :and will probably make Through ttcamers, for -\ :
I when
same lowtlcks-whIch with our
; into a dispute 'with bis known the result of ,their: deliberations .' '
SS Times. Leppard, got
skill can be secured their intention j $ black 'mosa, will make luxurious' beds j i ENTERPRISE '-,
From the Issue of February 1. 1873: to so increase their business asto; ,require "July 10th 187K bedding, and everytbing.lheywill neeil YQqnger I 'S '/ -t *, '
ptItchvlaich bad, been ,'ultiyatfq .by .ft committee are conducted. ,}in strictly and landings will l leave as aboWon Tue '
S. D. Cnover'wl born In Middlesex the fervices of':twenty operators. Dr. H. < Robnson-Dear'Bfr-I see that,can be,packed in trunks or,barrels, treed wtmanWhleh she had abandoned prtv| te[man ef. S S days Intermediate and; Saturdays retwn Wednesday and SaUurday .
that capitalists talk investing ina and a half worn 'carpet will be founduseful. if.s also'did tttd evenings. ;L S 5'S.'
cown. Splembr23.1840. Cigars of all grades.-are here manufactured you Wm1.. Leppard claimed The'great Wechawken oil-fire In New- S send fre,5htdowa.'Jurieg
York line. Call .onT. Bedsteads, :chairs, tabjes, &c., S Shippers'arerequested to
.and Is New steamship near the .
brother '
Wral'comiDg (
hi younger ; Jersey cuSed1oss. of$7 0,000. the WI'DOOII. S -tir": S
worth from -
S year. Having profited the Idv n. twent.r-fivedoUara.to .'A. WilUon, and he .wilLtel1 t u of,a can be bought here .cheaper'* .'tbai1o. .younger,brother, fired his'pistol:at.:him ,46tf. J.BROCK Agent., ..

:t>a.ra liberal preliminary education, one hundred and tw nty.fiye. per .thou- ship-builder that will take 20 per cent,of bring them: without Injury.thl; brother,then fired ALEIGUN.C. '. .",. '

.he cradaated as a Doctor of Medicine In' sand. Some are of pure Havana tobacco stock, and said he wbuldtind parties ''The prominent inquiry l in many let. .I Wm.| bringing bim! to jhe ground, he ,.July JI.--GOV. Caldweil died, thiseyenirigiit 'OR' 'Q L-'An ;; .S.

1663. y rj shortly' afterwards he received -' entirely, some have '.' fillers' of Havana New York that would take SO pfr cent. terais.-i what can a man' of moderate theailefti I) for.M6nticellotQrreport! the Ilillsboro, of cholera morbua.BOSJOX. F ', ,') :i ). !
memberet.ltbls ,
hundred ion lewIll means do.'. It most ,be i' : "-
an appointment as Assistant Surgeon Connecticut more.. Eight veas matter. wittfouk ascertaining'how;: badly S p pTHEji
In tte army of 'the Cumberland, with wrapper coatI from seventy' 'elghfy thousand is anew. country,'and (IQ prepare to William, was hurt: I. I'. The rumor of.the intended .resignsdon SS: i..o

.and wu 'tatned at Nashville, Tenn. and the various grades have various dollars eaCh, The .owners. of, wharfs live pu yrfA.bY1mtl:1DA\e] : money, one, 'We had'this from tbeyqungernrother' I ? of Yice' President" Wilson has ,no, PLACES OM TBR QCKLAWAHA RIVER

,Ar promotions in the line of mixtures but all are selected and classified !- that pledge to furnish 'certaIn'sthount must'cither have muscle,,and use it, or himself; whose name "wa leArn ,Is foundation, His health is,improving. ;. ; ". -. ;. '''
Ivq1 '
.5) prt60D" a medic&arlY ofcer. In good faith and with the greatest of freight,.should advance' ,10 per" cent, m lney.n4 with these he can, soon command Robert- Latter we l learn' that Leppard. : AND ADJACENT YI: ; ; p

S ho to in on the amountfor the 'first ,vts8el., as both money and cpmfort. .,A few almost'instantly,killed). \ AUQU5TA, UA. : ;
Wa care While many of the cigars are made should 'be'set but at once wqs Four colored', shot !by sheriff ,,6: ," -. ;-' . nt Lake City.: Shortly after soon as the keel of the Twsel is laid; ]I orange, trees men,were
.iono: resigned' his position In the entirely by hand, still most convenient think you can' re Uzo 820ooo.) Twjll' and s planted to increase your grove S COLUMBIA; COU TT; : :"while! ; 'attempting to ,escape from l : ->-:' : :j "T H r"fevr.ri, \ -,

;army acd him self with civicS and ingenious machinery Is in use for furnish $1,000 worth,(freight at my. without much :: expense. Bring some ,A colored man' named! Butler, has C':1 t9d"., : (

.1 eJt.CDtt'nt. various. purposes.For ._ wharf; .or,promise.that, I-will 4 advance gra ,vhib8,with youot; bay them here been arrested for the shooting oCJb'rris; .AJIOTHEB a MASSACUC3ETT3 5 'FlOOp. ":S iR : OCKLA tfAH. /i.,

10 U t'' the keels and in sv frojn the next June. you _, T e.two; Johnson brothere, arrested :: I.,
Politically, bi has always been a Bo- per cent on as soon,as. \ yc ; : : I
largeclass] of 'the filler i kafA.HA'W.WILL'LEAVE .. '
publican. The fi 't vote he ever cast wjtsJ a cigars, of ioth vessels arc laid,.-and let it remain will,havfi grapes to sell, which will. command for- stealing rattle an4. whQ recectlj S Springfield, Jol.lS-Another reser S ,.'-; .d'.J

.r ,Abrmhura Lincoln, and he ha'preserved are measured and shaped and inclosed with'the' ccmp"any'until I ship the thousand a'hlgty: price. Some strawberriesshOuld escaped from the' jail i) at. Mariatep'".niak-. volt .'has given\ way at ,th. village,o;f :, 'JACKSON1f1LLEEVEY.THURSDAY.MORN1NG

Mt fealty to his early political with the first wrapper, by mean'* eta dollars, worth of' freight. I see also 60'et..but, All) kinds of log their escape to Georgia upon)igrses Iliddlefielu' causing a severe flood.; Ajb- :
; do well and 'as a stolen from a Mr.. E. B, Sparkman, olHllUborb1 other great flood was caused, by, the
principle ,to the present time. Hu) was little .machine consisting of a series of om.e' ope' spoke-of chartering steamships garden vegetables ,
rueinber of the oonv tition which : that will not do at all. We want whole,yield good returns for the J bor. have been captured] rapid rise of Westfield River;:carryingawaytsonfd -. .. ." &.-"f.:1f" >'.:
a. t.
1 and "
rollers turned hand giving a S. OfCLOCX
by : have bad radishes' cucumbers by Sparkman'and others and lodged in dozen R.R.'arid other bridg 4\T'i3 "
the Constitution of the steamers.built expressly for Florida, aocgood'onesrtho I peas ; : l'
framed present ,' '
S tatI. For his Mxyitts to the Ecpubli- well rioted! filltr of uniform! shape and iastest that are'made. squash/Ptring-beans, tomatoes, ,onions! the jail at Lake City,'to await trial. eswlili houses, barns and shops. Travel ',\ 4!4'i's' ,i,-------------4- :ER A5e1!..

watermelons, beets .swee t The Wallack'ft are entertaining ..thecItizens between Springfield 'Albany wil ,,: '.>
iain arty he wys re warded by Governor size, whichit:" 'aftetws.rdi'coznpletedby 1 Respectfully Yonrj,' '. eg -plant. : '
Tow and Irish and cabbage, cu1i.lvated of Lake City. be interrupted lor,several days. 'gth.liZk.FI.rida. lJ"i"I' 111'I : .
''J.kc, on hill tLnati'JD to tl. Gubema.IcIlW hand. This i Ii a yery curiously workng R. W.: !. potatQes

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THE NEW SOUTH. ,:: ,SEMI-WEEKL>V JACKSONVILLE:. WEDNESDAY JULY' S '74-\:;: -: : -," '. .' ';**- -

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= NEWS. Fatal Accident.At turned them out to their mammy once be requested to instrdot the Marshal to NEW -ADVERT1SEM&HT3. -- ':;.>. T 'f-- : :- PUakttURL '; .

CITY make thorough investigation as : /. -- :. .,. .
to :
any .
She looked with
2:10 P. M., yesterday Samuel A. more. mingled dismay 'ordinance ,,' _1 .i ,.
violation of the
WEDNESDAY MOVING.JULY 15.1874. Slager aged 16 years an only son of and indignation at their departure from certain limits io which no wooden establishing buildings A.N.. MARR, FUR ITURE WAREROOMS I .,

the late Charles Slager,accidentally shot the course followed by their predeces. should be erected, and in the cue 'SOLICITOR or PAtcrts.sji9 : ".'- ,.4.' ,.:.,..", .. .. S.
Cubans. .
Arrival of Distinguished himself through the bead while playing sors. Here Were pigs for whose bring- ot any such violation the law be immediately kk street N,W,Washington.D.C '." ''" '"- ..,...".'., -'--."-'o" '... -4 >

Senor Francisco V. Aguilera, President with a No. 1 cartridge pistol, in the icg up she had done her level best presuming Br,Alderman enforced.Denny.. Carried.-That the actionof io.t Fi&r Dollars. K*patent wopay -o.- ,.. ... ., -e.- .., .t

I of the Republic of Cuba; Salvadore northeast room of the residence to grow rotund instead of continuing .tI : .,;... DVAIS&DREW.PARLOR *.
upper Council, had at last meeting, in the "- ;"; .>' ).. ', -' ....
Ciweros, Secretary of the Republic; of Mr. M. A. Dzialynsti corner Dnral to increase in length, as was the matter ot report and suplementary statement ,, -'
KEENE : f" '
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; aDd Senor Zaldirar. attache. are now in and Ocean streets. Physicians were law ot their being heretofore. She of the Mayor in matter of expenses O. : t ." 1..',"

r1 our city, on business connected with summoned who pronounced ,death to looked upon the change with distrust of the city government. be reconsidered.The Bxt srutr.jAcnoifvtUt.t Lotto*. I '1. Jtf': i:' SUITS.. CHAMBER. ,SUITS." .

.j j affairs in Cuba. These gentlemen are have been almost instantaneous. The and grief-as all innovations are lookedon vote yeas was:and Yeas nays-Huff.being Thehaut called fur, Deonr the- kinds.Dealer .Keep hi *constantly'. fancy orhaftdrlttkicttstyks sad Dress Goods of;of aH '<.r.. ;'.,', 4 I 1 .: ; ,. '. > < : '.M' ':..\

S4 4' of fine*presence and military) bearing ball entered the right temple. The by both swine and people who have Russell and Douglas. Nays- Bentley .HATS AND' ...... ..ft.- ..: i .".:-"., -.' ., .

r', and meet with the sympathy, and we wound was probed by Pr.; J. D. Mitchell long travelled in the same groove. Finally Hubbard and Bostwick. Carried.On TRIMMINGS. ,-I ; "' "- '- I. .- *f.v, -< MOSQUITO BARS& FIXTURES. _

the material assistance she her head and motion of Alderman Denny, the Also DM Goods l a be assortment of .
will receive dropped disappeared
trust who ascertained that the ball pen- .. 1" .t .. 5 i''i '

'1 \ of our people. The persistent etrated to a depth of five inches, takingan in the scrub, and was' seen no the further next consideration meeting. ,was postponed' till KID CLOVES --k ,J. .' '_ ., \r .!

. military operations of for a month when to the di of CHEAP also of ;-, )
and continuous inward and upward course. more smay By Alderman Bentley Very ; ,a&n a&urtment : ;,:,: \' '
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the Cubans against the Spanish authorities The funeral will take place at thn our friend Mac. she made her appearancewith Resolved,,That a committee inquiry WHITE GOODS. :.; ; "Tg, -:1z1'., Psitse DAVIS' & D REW'.' aaWSuia. .

I whether from Spain a new litter whose tails were equalto be'appointed to investigate the prrotca- I .; ; ..4'1' Pwtar cn.abSaiso.
and troops, house this morning ,at 91 o'clock. Relatives ., ; .rt.-to r
Creek Ban jost received m fin lot of '' .-- <"If cnrat Suite .
tr Cuba, is evidence that the Cubans and friends are invited to attend. the necessities of the case. Such a bility opening Hogan's on the ". i' ,r .".J: I IF! "... : '. Parlor Ckambtr
north side of the and the
to to the end. of and enterprise was too lar'ng ," -' -,,' tti '
proper mean keep on display energy of an avenue skirting said the AND JAPANESE CHALL1ES *> t. Parlor Chamnpr

from Cuba are much for him. He surrendered side of the '. : Balm; jAcnommu.. h4..s.-'
Although our rqwrtt "Oh I Scissors 1M unconditionally west city, connecting it with Thai will hs sold at greatly reduced prices. 6ey3Iusw ; io r'7.. i.4iA
well assured the and in fit ot admiration for Bay street. ,Carried. The following
unrertain yet we are AI'
In a recent issue of the Union are some J4 '

rebellion or revolution is 'not only extracts from the NEW SOUTH and the her superior mental as well as physical committee were appointed: Aldermen by the President Bentley, as Denny such Robber and oil suits at Buckys. : & :. _- d .!. "

A Tart but that the Cubans are, even if San Francisco Alia, evidently publishedto qualities, had her picture painted which and Bostwick. MERCHANTS' EXCHANGE,SA- ETA CASH PRICES. EXAMINE OUR LARGE;STOCK.m .. :

slowly, gradually and certainly Raining show a similarity between the two be preserves with affectionate. care, and Alderman Bentley from the Committee THE ;".-, .k;. e-tiq; ..

admiringly exhibits to his particular on Taxes, reported in favor of layingtwo Hole's BLOCK.FRANKGREGORY.. GRANULATED SUGAR. S LBS. FOR .._.' -. ". ... 4it ,-,
ground. and to the to understand .,
_ intending give public ,
cent., one-half cash and "' ---III. '
per one- 1. .ft &,
friends. He if doubts -1
Summoned Home. that the article in the NEW says any one any half scrip on the assessed valuation of Proprietor.- EXTRA C.SUGAR. 9 LBS.FOR Lou ...... <,- &&,
ot these particulars he has the PRICE LIST. .. tot ) ;. :1
of Steamboats ,. SOUTH was partially copied from the portion property for the current year. On motion BROWN SUGAR, to LBS. FOR ace lot .. lit :.
. Mr. Headman, Inspector picture to show in proof of the truthfulness it was received and adopted., Twelve Lager Beer Tickets for |t on.Scupperooog lot 101 : -

( of SIt"nnnabLS suddenly called Alia. There are only one or two expressions of them. Aldrrman Russell moved to adjournto CooIer_____ ...-...,....., Is. RIO COFFEE. 4 LBS FOR.. ., son 101.Ba"SL. .Ml ." 1')2.. $' ".,

I alike. The writer of the article Lime Juice P ih_, i.m.m ,- 's. 101 J.asotrfrua.: 101 ,< ;;,
tbe weeks from : .
I from here to hill home Sunday by Monday night two this OLD GOVT JAVAcOFTEE j LBS FOX ace 101 101 -
Ice Cream PunK .., .,. ,... 1.A.
in the NEW SOUTH had .i -t in 15. !
of the death of his never seen Republican County Committee. date. A substitute was offered, thai the lei . _.IoI : :.JV
telegraphic news Milk Pu's. : (Chest' >K LBS. FOR 1 ion 101 101
the article in the Alia until Council meet next Monday night. The fit
publishedin :
wife, caused by an overdose of laudanum. the Union. The scene ,described by JACKSONVILLE, FLA.. July 11, 18U. yeas and nays being called tbr by Alderman Rum Brandy Prnwh'S.T>0nch-.. BUTTER GltT EDGE .% LBS.FOR....._ 1.00 101i let. .. ... I 1in .. i.\.;.f. 'itf.

Mr. Headman was here on official A meeting of the County Committee RDS- l1. the vote was: "Teas as. i 101
I the NEW SOUTH actually occurred; We Whisky Puni-\ ___ 's. CANVASSED HAMS PER ft it CENTS lOt .5. 101 .h .
business but left immediately. of Duval county, was held at the office Bentley, Huff, Thebant, Hubbanl en. Claret Puac5__ ...... 101 101.
--a- i would advise the Union to look up]} the A. A. ny, and Bortwick. Nays L>u..cseland -_ 25.Ab.Jjt UNCANY ASS ED HAMS.PER ft 17 CENTS. 010101010 St D 0101010101lOloOOOODOOOOOOODOOOOOBOlOl _'"k1 .J
Judge to-day. -- 's. '
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old but trite maxim 'That persons living Douglas. The Pn-sident then adjournedtne PLAIN DRINKS 15 CENTS LONG CLEAR D.S.BACON.PER ft IS CENTS lOloo DUD&Duw.00101. '
Temperance.The The minutes of last meeting were read .. J..
Council until :
I in glass houses should never throw Monday night next. Imported Ginger Ale Bass Ale, Dublin cout Cordials UlOlooooaoooaoomoooouoolOl \
quarterly session of the Grand and approved. W. II. CHRISTY, Clerk. .&c. *7swim CHEESE BEST FACTORY 4X US- FOR-ix 101 lOlaaoor FcMimmB oneolGIrs: \
stones andadvisethe. Union not to 101 UloaaoaaoraaaoaoaoaooooIOl .
j Division Sons of Temperance of Florida, ; 'v. T. Garvin, chairman, being absent EAGLE BRAND MILK. 4 CANS FOR........ i.oo 101 lOlaoo WAIUOCSSV _lOt !."'
locate scenes copied from Dickens in the Spring Cassimere suits for sale at Body's. 101 Mloonoooooooi oooooroooplBi1C10101010 [ ..5
will take place at Lake City WednesdayJuly lIon. John R. Scott, was electedto Local Advertisements. FLOUR, VERY BPS?.16 LBS FOR__ 1.00 101 D&DOIOiOlOlOI S. n
Park 'and an old log.
! 22d at 11 o'clock, A. M.Win. upon fill the vacancy. Ml 101 101 lot
A CARD.- CANTZ SEA FOAM PER CAN 3 CENTS. 101 101 101 10:
E. flak, Et-q., hns returned from The Committee voted that the Duval 10) 101 101 lot. ,
In Short. In the'Ia fmvrrit' dear itort,fa admired by aD. JACKSOMTIUJI;FtA., March 3tst,1874. ALL OTHER GOODS IN PROPORTION AT 101 101 101 101 t.
the 30lh annual session of the Republican County Committee fur the '10.' 'J ,
attending 101 101 IM
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4 ..' Rational Division Sons ot Temperance -The Superintendent of Schools has purpose of selecting nine delegates to BASE BALL GOODS THE SOUTHERN LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY THE STORE OF ., .101 101'101 .....101 I lot'101?-tr ,

ol "orth America, held on the 17th ult. returned from the Capital.M. attend the second Congressional District At Santa d*u Bazaar-,- L'Engk Granite Bloc k will in n lew days appoint a Sat Agent for J, B.. ROCHE & CO.. 101 toitd "
101 I 101..
.. M. Grant, of La vms, has been Convention,.which is to be held in the comer Bjr and Pine iu ecu.Jacluoaiille. florid*. Florida. In the meantime I will conduct Its manage June tath.187+ 'I ,' -, 101 4'- '.# In"' '

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For New Smyrna. robbed of a trunk containing $20. city Jacksonville on the 11th day of TO RENT ment. .- 18t1ol.f.d '.
honest and -The Silver August A. D. 1874 meet at the city of For the tummer. A large furnuhca room on Bay ... .. ; ,
And still they come, good steamer Springs now All communications directed to rae,care Henry A. I 'u -.. .; r :;.J
street. Apply at the office of :
: Industrious men, desirous ot promotiny: runs under the sole management of Capt. Jacksonville (at such place as the Chair- .- Jtf Tu*NBW SOUTH. L'Engk, Secretary of the Jacksonville Branch win "q .i;...', .

the welfare of the State as well as tbc-ir E. W. Jones. Trips as advertised in man and Secretary may designate) on -- ..:tJ.1 .,L '. THE. FINEST AND BEST SELEEDINTHESOUTfl.1"- '
ICE'CREAM receive due attention. .>:b "".1 'i't 1.-.t.1 .Jo ." ;
1 own iKTbonal interests. The eloquent another column. the 8th day of August. 187 4,at 10 o'clock, That all acluwrledje io be.wiperior to any ever to be L4' ':. ,1:':; 1

j cler&-1 man of \ugusta, Ga.., the Rev.J I -Our schoolboy home for vacation A. )!., and that the 'various precinct had in thu city previously is to be obtained at the J H. MILLER, .,; ,, .( .- -- ,f' 1..' .

W. Wattin Ificks.; laving experienced : says the weather is very different from meetings be held on the 5th day of Temperance Reading Room at La _tA. -IJcf. ..14 GenL Supt.of AgenciesGent's I i :'- ;"i"

j the beauties of Florida's' soil ard climate his teacher because it keeps cool.- August 1874. CIRCULATING UBRARY furnishing pxfalow at Buckys.R I'U :' Parlor Solut. RICH, PLAIN. :1 Sufta_

, has organized a colonj of his World. The following named persons were B y street, between Laura and Hogan streets. Open Parlor and .. CIIamIterSuits. SailS

friends from Georgia and settled at New -UnCyrturiiU selected by the Committee to call the from 9 A. .. to i P. K.; from33or.ILto6r. W. EARL; 1" Parlor SUBSTANTIAL: cbrmbeT
comet :
Unfortunate -' I.r .
Smyrna on the Indian river. Mr. Hicks Tribune Unfortunate Mark Twain different precinct meetings to order, to BOAT FOR SALE.A PRACTICAL I .'! ;, ...._"', .. : Parlor Sales. : .-'Chambers

and a portion of his colony left on Monday wit: -fOOC yawl with mast,oars and rodder.'s offered its. FURNITURE. .-. sour,
Un form and
la What
naie-a profound ..,>,
for their new home. Success to Jacksonville ). Mclnnis.LaYUla or sale at a bargain. It in good condition. Apply' at PAINTER AND PAPER HANGER.Having ,. -. -",.'.

? : wonderful Coggitations.Route -Mitclwll Chnppell. A. G. CHArrcu.'s Boat Shop, Baytreet. ,: ; < .."'' -; Iti .

their enterprise. decided to reside here permanently will he -' .. '....,J' : "...4 ,..t6'1 -
i : Agent Whitney has: been PotUbury-Fortune Mostly. MATTING AND TRUNKS.A glad to receive orders from all requiring work done in .. c -44'::,-'
I i Yellow muff Roderick Long. ? his> I* 'i--f." ,- '>:' ..' ..' .We are prepared to offer our.stcx.k. at
robbed of Ju< valise and 13 registered large Invoice of Straw Matting,Traveling Trunks ,
I Palace Row. I Baldtcin ,1' : ." ;. : ,remarkably.low: prices, i
Wilson. a
ames and S
letters. They were stolen from his Satchels just received at prices cheaper uwa CYa'. GRAINING. GLAZING, and KALSOJlININC '- -. .J.r,4 -.' -.1.
I The glory of"ltlaee ItoW'," its awn- Mandarin W. A. Summera.il.Bansonloton i Can on FURCHGOTT."BEKEDICT &CO. done in the best---.'-. ." I.J ." 'i.- ,, '--i.--- "- ...; A :... lbJ :

jng has dCI'U1Cll.o: more will the stateroom, during h'u absence, while the -David Hall.Sitaler'i k7 Orders left at Davis& Drew's bIn Wajchuutt .}. -A' ', <,:,';... >'..', .... ,' S .i >. 111;: .' i.. IBS*
t V *
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boat Point will receive attention.REFERENCES. :
I travtlt-r ttop beneath ils refreshing was at Tocoi. Barrick Hicks. THE LATEST STYLES. prompt .r '. ."g: 1 ; < I- :0bWt'.1
urary :
Brooklyn' Grant. j .,. ,
bhado to shield himself from the -Tbc Richmond Enquirer says at 9 Gentlemen can find every style of linens lor suits,at i : ', ,-I' .. '' -
I : Riverside Jackson :
-Squire : c.
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o'clock at night, when see the big very reasonable prices. by calling on6aTtf ii i S. BKIDCT.. Esq. and C. L. Ronraoir. Esq -' DAVIS: & : DXEW,
burning rays of the sun. No more will you Lexrisville and Panama Thos. Hig2tn FURCHGOTT.BENEDICTS CO. |Jacksonville FIaFOR 1. .. '. I .
; ihe dus-ky locer lyon his sable maiden dipper with the handle toward you, and >M>thiru. I I -S : -: ; :. ,- "11 .

, protected by its shade from the eyes oi thetail of the comet in the bowl it is Springfield V?. C. Cooper. CIGARS,. SALE'OR kENT-CITSf. THE NEW MUSIC STORE D2ALEZS IN >.' .

Stanmcrville Warren
Sehell. their
Imported domestic and of own' manuC..a1lJ'C -
the cold, direr uioon and the gaze of about time to take a drink.It Mayporl-W. F. Keeler. I can always be had, a better article aDd at a lower price or AU kinds of FURNITURE, CARPETS,

&.j the colder orUL All things are perifchjible. is rumored that A. Jt. Reed will Jltedt:''LandutgAUeQ KimbalL than any other place in the city, at Gato& Go's L+ FOR SALE.Ten MATTRESSES.WHITE PINE.WALNUT

The fierce Suulh wind came, and erect a building to be occupied by the East Jacksonville Tony Smith. i,4V.riI4. 6ijtfOUR GEO. ':M. SMITH ,and CEDAR LUMBER;"etc.1' **
(J'Jctand-Monroe Robinson. 'acres of land on the Kings Road,only two i .
r Mithouta warningIhe glory wasuraongJhe new National Bank The new building ENTERPRISING miles from Jacksonville. This land is JACKSONVILLE. FLA. -'
things that were. But we lifye tWit will be located on the water lot next tol'airehild'15 Precincts will be entitled to the following -I Friends"Messrs.Gato; Co..have seemingly spared noexpense ADMIRABLY ADAPTED TO THECULTURE > ,
number of Jacksonville .
delegates introducing the handsomest soda bmlalu
C En.uJ.JSIDD .SIT,1874.) Swiss musEn and white goods of all kinds atBuck7/s. ,-
ashein store. "
will ri from iU
Jike I'l-ffiiiix it ; 10; La Villa C; PottsburgS; Yellow I cvcr etup in this city. It is admired by everyone and OF SUGAR CANE AND .

a new and more glorious form. -"Fatchid.pns. both large and small. Hiufl 3; Baldwin '1; Mandarin! 6; die soda from U is pronounced by all the ladies' to be FRUITS OF ALL KINDS.and "THE OLDEST AND LARGEST '

Ilansontown 2 Saddler Point 2 the best. HE JACKSONVILLE ..
One with another he give this ; ; :i
Riverside and Is beautifuiy located for BUILDING LOTS. For
Lewis _
Personal. Life to prolong mine. AtBEur Sit .". Bropkly: Wright VICHY AND SENGE. price and terms,apply to a
place 1; Lewisville and Panama 2; Many on rising in the morning.complain of a bead- B. H'WiBSTERc. KNOWN WORLD. SALES AND UVER J.
The above is the latest for chicken u;
\Vm. Watts. has closed las a Summerrille and Wallace's Mill '
Esq., jeweln Sprinpfit-ld 2; May- ache or feeling stupid. A glass of Vichy or Kissengen v at This is n borrowed Be. '

store on Bay street for a short time. sign up Bay street. porl; U ed': Landing S; East Jacksonville from'"" Mammoth domain in La Favorita cures or by letter.,care A. WAUACX.Jacksonville.. Florida.. Every advertisenicnt cantatas more or less Ees. My STA-BLES:

Mr. Wutts has to New York to 2; Oakland 1. all such un,Ica ant_Iiu.. 6-ij-if object is to gain your" _& ,,
undergo is
gone -The Governor of North Carolina The first question arising in our minds at the tpftarance -
Meeting thereupon adjourned of is.wAt it kt and wJkfrt it C B. McCLENNY, PaomroLQdt
treatment Air his deafness, ivhich dead. The news came from North Cat-n- subject BUY YOURSELF'A HOME.A Latest style straw and silk hats at Bucky's. ,name a stranger is "UTH-J- .some one of AlfrlM my readers '!
has increased during the Jlat1t JUl' lina. GenT. Littlefield has made a requisition to call of th., chair. VILLA-SITE on St. John's river > o end for sale. may have heard!.crier,,the name before. When -0--
i PETER JONES JsO. It. SCOTT One cube SALE. you write me,for the convenienc*of the postmaster,be Notice*given to the public that I han-e parct ed
C. Codrington EP has assumed for four inches of black crape mist desirable' places I.the vicinity of Jack FOR careful to write it Gco. )..not A or H or W. the well-known HARTRIDGE STABLES PO'inC
! cI., I Secretary. Chairman. sonvHle, containing"28 acres-about I acres ready for I came from New Hampshire; a. State in some re- the METROPOLITAN. HOTEL and have onhandn '
the editorship of the Agriculturist lie mourns, but not as those'who will planting. For paninil rs.apply at the counting-room BY A. J ROSS. speco superior,and in many inferior tour Slat in the "

This gentleman, horn his thorough not be comforted. Proceedings of Council. of TRB New SOUTH. 4*>5tf In this city neighborhood! &-. on north side el Union. WJIT.. VERY LARGE STOCK OK ,*.>d
Ashley street between Pine and Laura. within one
knowledge of fanning, both here and [oP OAL] BUILDERS block of the St.James Hotel and>y> feet from one,of For the same reason that most'people cofoe I left n '. ;
-Sunday evening last, as a colored the best boarding-houses in town,two two-story lucrative bminrss and a plrasam home for Health. HORSES&&MULESFORSALE. .
jn the West Indie, is well fitted (for the JULY 13, 181-1., and a complete assortment' of lumber, dressed .
the shell road WHT i craw A atnnnss" ,
pair were walking on a SISTER FRAME HotTs,
osition he We Council met this day. Present-Alderman and undressed,mouldings shingles',"etc.,at the Depot Because I have been wonderfully benefined try the Those desiring to purchase win Sad kin their advantage -

j now occupies. heartily playfully inclined cow raised her tail on Fleming, President; Aldermen Lumber Yard: Orders to be delivered at landings on chanirCorUpC1lAC.adapted to single' or'Each double having tenemenFuse six rooms below, without,including genial climate Florida; this being tbejfrx*winter for to uamiac this.unusually large. and. aaraetiv

wish him success. high, and "went for 'era." The playfulness Douglas, Russell, Best wick, Denny, the River.recclve; especul t ca, two kitchens in L attached to main house,and 'eyear*that I have sot bled more or less from my nock am adapted also receiving to all BSCS.'I .-' '.1
From this I inclined make thismy
lungs. experience am to
Hon. W. IV. Y anT'e8'. Judge uf the of the cow was, directed chiefly Hubbanl, Tbebaut' Huff and Btulley. Address ,Lovn J.Bcosit. four fire-place above in; six each closets room below in main and house.four above Each house with winter home and hope to have n plraiam Uttians .',I ;B
Full Board The mitiutesof time and mind. And brranar A COMPLETE OUTFTT dF
'present. to -
front and back and drive- occnpy my my experience
Ifct Judicial Circuit, was in the city the the clatter of whose FREE SODA WATER.. having two two entrances has
yesierday against woman last meeting were read and adopted. way oo each side with piaua across the entire front. urns far proved Io my satu&ction that it will

with his family, en route from feet on the hard road'in frantic endeavors Alderman Bently presented and reada C-ben Brother have made arrangements' with Gato& extending round the corners twenty feet to the frontdours an pay.agent When for I the came Shepard to Jcksonvilk Organ. -In I tried this to I lafled establish I BUGGIES PHAEFONS'JAND
.also round the entire L. with walk same heightof
& Auguslinelo Pensacoja. to distance the cow, sounded more petition from Solon Robinson in the Co. to prtsent every lady who purchases goods to the pUzza.running thirty tact back to the double woodhuimctxo5.et. I resolved to see what I could do. In less than three OTHER CARRIAGES? '4 .
amount of one dollar with a ticket good Or one gbss of months I have taken orders for over twenty-five.f these
.. ___, I matter of nuisance. On motion of Alderman astrumeus besides several and other '- ; u
than elegant pianos :
like a well-shod 2:40 nag a biped that delicious SoJa Water that flows from their mammoth Othe,1.itest! ; .
the Road Commissioner Russell, it was referred to, the a.17u.G"tlMlIJ. LA 'cor A WELL OF GOOD WATER musical merchandise.wuh a good prospect. of doing still : stjles. ,.,_.- 1 :J'- .
fo human form. The man being longer ,at FAYOUTA fofti tile
:: I I Board of Health. with power to'act. OcT Bay and Pi e.. and pumps within five fcefof L;brick curb.and sink y in future.WHAT FOR LIVERS "SERV'ICE"
The iioard o( Iloa< Commissioners geared than either cow ,or woman. soon I Aldermao'Itol ell prCtieute'and read I attached with cemented drain: fifty feet to cess pooL i rcorosa TO DO.iftnj .
These houses -re within forty feet ot each other.ia haimti -..< < 'uq
awn bq. fffJ ttfrt ass cftrytody
seem to te inearneiit in carrying outtlte overtook them and turned the' buoyant I I a petition from J. 8. Driggs, asking SPECIAL NOTICL complete order throughout having been recently *my xll*>uimJu tuitc k.mrHy.I Which will be furnished ,,

requirements of the Road tax bur this of the spirit'of 'the cow. into ; leave to, connect the drain from his Previous to our tailing account of stock,we offer now painted and repaird. The western one occupies wdcom any and everybody who wut mvor me with isOQ
KtetHy half lot-the eastern occupying the west half ot a full calL is called to the fact that [
Special f"- SHORTEST
with the Pine in a my THE NOTICE
: premises sewer on street. special bargain i2ZcacbingsSbeetings. Browns AT
year, and it is iht r intent to sunuuoa other channels. ind asked the seeminglynecessary 1 j lot.upon .hich Is a lawn with orange prach and fig looms are always open and frteto Singing Oibs and .
On. motiuuof_ Alderman. Russell, !it was Dress Goods; :Dress Linens, Tuwtb. Quilts, Ac. trees and gnpe vines all under thy growth. Also Societies far rehearsals and the 1*provcment musical :H.

all persons subject to the tax Tile subject question'"if -w raid olco ] granted.Alderman. Those in need of. dry goods will find oar prices.entremly on north aide Forsyth street between Market and talent. All lovers ef music are cordially invited la make I 'A.'m.OI TIlL, '. 'W9 iJI
Liberty a two-story-and-a-half thirteen rooms baA with I shall make
heretofore has been a farce, a few w r She rol1ed'Dp her eyes in a LuiguUhing Bostwick, ,presented and low'now. built in 1870 by the present owner atd occupied by him for those at wishing me to take lessons on every the Piano.provision I MOST REASONABLE'..rERfcu

being made.to work while others sort of and intimated af read a petition from Hall & Bro. in the -27tf' FURCHGOTT;BENEDICT&CO. as a private residence, having sixty feet frontage on Organ.Guitar Violin.Ac.. having secured several cf I .!'... .,.. .1.
lay pr way Forsy.h street and fifty two and n half feet on Adams: the best teachers in the State. I can.therefore say to -0--- .
were .not UtSl sammoned. The law firmatively. "You like cow-head don't matter of an arrett by Policeman ..A FntNO"tH XtXB-Dr. ttjttar't 'limmWIU / distance between s recta IWO hundred and ten feet with aB who desire eo take lescons_. If you are poor come; ilL G.M. BR1TTAIK Is antiorSjerl AgenTandataaager
Thouia On motion Alderman do eis and water
of Huff cistern, bath-room pantries
large if and if
if rich .
are come an
you ; you
may tie questioned as to justness, hut you?"said he-; and to which she replied ft vas referred to tbel'olicw Committee.The Cktrry it a friend in JftJ. Who has not found on three -;including a small lot of umluire. AU you are advanced players come and I can satisfy you asVKAT i ;and will hiisinrss always be Load at the the Scabies establishmeat. ready
attend all appertaining to -
it such in curq'an Diseases Kings and above nvnMkf-'l being situated OB high to 14 ;
of.:'the throat, the property r twass aDd cbaractcr 01 iaanuct .
as it i i. the books dtuuld ." ir head 6x nuc&" bills c. IS..lIccu..unph'16.
statute be .
upon .re Die jx following were presented, colds and ground considered as .
J coughs pulmonary affections and last,not I PBOfOSX KXST. # ,_ ln ....,
enforced, and whea the citizens find I and on motion, referred bi the Finance 1t** .** consumption} Th*sick are a.thai the HEALTHY AS ANY PART OF THE' CITY A good._;firesh stock of gocds,In neat, dean w.. -, ,
While at the "Bar"thex>thcr day we Committee Louisa A. Barrett good and free Circulation of air at all times.Win .i ..
that all : rent. high standard of"exceiJence which the popularity oi having store as elegant and attractive as the best in the State. "
are to be served alike they will visit with the 'be sold k>r CAbH at n very low figure as the owner is !neckties. and bows.call at Bucky's. -0
bad Mae. light-: I j h
a pleasant f60; W.\W.. Douglas, rent edo; R. N. irr Sam aT MCSCis (
probably be less this preparation is based,wH always be uiniaiiinl'by i desirous oi f'"g' upJ ,fat particulars apply to the
obstinate in elmp1.riog'with keeper. Mac. is something of a naturalist -: Chafer, rent, $4M; James Mead, drayage the i owner A. J. ROSS. made np of a Ur 1st oi.che httst.as well as the '
it. About I proprietors.WEW I, ,jacirsonviflc.Fla.Julyzztit. dIoiccsa.po.hI.-- Call at write tot a CotalogM afKT HUBBARD,
filty were summoned and observes the .eid, vayc and $9; O. T. fShaleJ/freestone fur Bay PIANOS to,. SAMUEL -, :
.before the Eod. CommLisioners. last street, el 14. George M.,frakh has just received some fine pianos Also by same party,torale or rent,two trnuQ house mWC BOOKS. :.?U.
the idiosyncracies ot the wduoib ,crit .of bar rooms esc comeT Laura and Church meets. I '.,
: Alderman Russell affirmatively from New York,which on1 inhibition ail tail '
Saturday, many of whom the reported are now and Mar Ihe St.James HoteL You Cd any tW or.'t. Yon 'tZISmrt7.FI. ..
paid tax. ters" which come under his ejre pretty j on the petition( the Hebrew Benevolent c'store, Bay street One wilt be.old for$350,of All the above named property. is very desirable for will be pleased io look gvei mycollectioa; nfl new and I ,'. 'I y-.r.-I; .

-- closely. One of his -latest jiick-ups is : Association of rUlarecom-, whkknmouM |io wfH he required i. advance and the l Norcbenulsiron. .WUI fresh; no old Srmah.xT ncrvw. Importer and Dealer ia .. I. .

tec tor Nothing. an ancient maternal porker,ofihopecu! nitMj Jinj that ph :prayer..be fgrantedwbith" remainder paid in nionthly iiw fy r"f*** of'5 each inadrance and duck suits Body sells. 1 shaO keep on hand; a large and beantUnl stock of -.. ->. ; .-. ,,iii ':'">

Another ice-house going has Lad was,on m tioo4lr Alderman The- Mother is offered for '3750 fifty dollars in Linen Paintings. Cromos, and 'Engravings and sell at low hARDWARE IRON ..AjDST EL, ;
the up. liar genus so common thereabout. She I affirmed cash down and '15 per nontb in advance. Also other prices II wilt be worth -your while to can and look : :
effet of bringing ice down jo* baut, by Council. planc"at bargain lor cash. :.6 ,.t : SALOON these'OTCI' Do not forget that I am agent f.the EDGE- T ABLE aaJ POCKET.CUTLERY ..' 'o
great TOOLS.
one hundred per cent. purchaM.-r took kindly to the genial light-keeper, Alderman Russell Chairman of the 0ENTRAL Cknitian (Man t Oknui ft IPtrt. AUnM,Lit- .
getting Itit't Lame Aft.ffymfuth ruifit **!merit auta ; ; i-3
as much for and always made a point of bringingher Committee on Fire Department *
fifty cents now as they OE.MAflEbOAP. BAY STkEET3 Doors West of LAURA. leading papers all of which give Macni cent Premiums. : '
did a few days ago.for dollar. Hurrah offspring to'the tigb .houS as' soon untavorubIyponthepetiuiun of Mrs. The minnfarturer;A..Buesing.reeeiring abundant Jacksonville Fa.. You can obtain these with no trouble by.calUnr on me Nails; Glue Puttr 11, Glass, Painl ,k QiJs i ?

for opposition l ]-Union. Robin&on.. tehjJ,3.of the quality oT the soap'of Us,.nuniifaftare. :. J. U. BLANCKVTbe and leavme the subscription!price. '.::5 6tt
as practicable after they bad been ushered I take.adirIC to the good people of LEATHER BELTING.RUBBER PAcEiNGr ,1
We advise Alderman Denny reported the following We append sp". p.0r0 this city and vicinity,my many good bargana in Piiaue
all citizens who wish to into this shifting stage of existence. bills approved' which, on motion, June T. il4Mx. choicest LIQUORS. Organs,and other musicaJ bntrumerfc First on my list .STOVES.TIXWAR E.CROCKERY.PUMPS.

practice economy in these hard time ;eireil these little attentions with: ordered T. Junes '$} S. B. barber and in "WINES. ot Pianos comes the Sidnway.which-too well known
were paid
M4c. ; 51 aaa a use jour soap ALES.. as the leading piano of the world k>need further com :toad and Iron,Pipe! : ;tT.;. u
I. to pnreham their ku at the new i ice house, his'spirit*of.friendly: acknowledgment/ Hubbard, $25.76; C. Oak',J.$8tLijng. my shop for shaving It has the'advantagesi of other LAGER ment. F*n pure sweet tone the Guild.Church ft Co. .
for we are stun & Co.. flU; II. ILuuburr.. $U ; fat making an abundance of Wher.1hat'does notfell cannot be beaten. Woodward & Knoune. Haiku DOORS.SAUH.BUNDhIOUDINCbVAMillsEapovators&c. t.
startled '
by the .bu .closed.- This Oadrsngbz.&eded Days & Cos.. Kaabe., tiaines. Waters.
Jthe ArEngioo.
announcement ;.always kept .gate; be
: Fivedman's and Trust Cum I advise wise :& Soap to '
m the Union Savings any,', aU : 'BASsoS'and'GINGER ALE. DUBLIN STOUT stand well and have many friends., 1 can furnish yov .. .
which is supposed to be was,a grievance to the old porker: she ny, $10;'S. B lIubb '.$ .; Wi 11. sure'of aa( 1 f any doubt,let him come.tomj with any of these and a>r.the Southern Gem and accUor -4.C

liable, that the price has been reduced wanted her pigs to bask within the Cook, $15; T. O. holmes 1.5; l"4Lr shop- and 1.wHl prove the ovthwhat I say. oo Fancy h"i Cordials',and_ Cigars of_die,hot_ quality" always While and I can other speak cheaper to highly grades.if the Shepard Organ. .. ,.ROl1ZS. 7 ,.ttNT. ,

Me kLJr4rcdpr cent. What arithmetic shadow of Uncle Sam's big lantern, and. Jamison, $32; J. W. Garvin, $10.45; JwuIHoIIGL.' ,The finest 49-M1XXD DRINKS'** ai n. having ia1.7 case men than utisBed my customers sNr.gedce4Le .rdrt. J .J lj. "
did C. D. Mt- Stay 187*. thus far with it.I shall keep ra stuck;and can furnish
ye Union study in dayst f Innocent If the gate-would not .open"there must' KJnloek.$4;_ i ittocte: .f5; Ur.A. Youwbhtoknowhowllikethgsoap _,7stwlns. p-- the celebrated Mason ft.Hamli*. Prince. Waters. '
imoiet the .
lens best white
lunis $5 1. N. Divine $5 B. U. HOJ Bucky vesta, :
childhood ; ; Woods.and other Obnrt Orrans.and the Ctsnor u'REGUL
la these degenerate days be another way provided, so she mined kins. $5.Alderman. Ibo ught of you. I consider it ihe test I hare i Tnmkslawd valises at Bucky's.t .' PIn UeCAK.n new and beautiful combination of pipes

we are taught that ten per cent means under the Fence and sent in 'th. little' DeSln;. Chairman 2>f' the evernsed. It is quick Indeanstag,.b not di-agreeable t : and..ds.and which schoolroom.excels anything. made'fur_ church TRIWEEKLY1 LINE
all I W tint best washing'soapI ITTJKST-CLASS FURNISHED parlor
one Id the skin, and in Aspects HOUSE '''
tenth Finance Committee retested back to stock of small instruments wut : : ,
anything, ergo one hundred ones by that meaDs: Headed'off in this Hides. My comprise everything .
'CInAi.Pd with. SiifltA 1 i- .
ani Pi I bI that 11M. J aScii lake old pianos u4 OI'PM 't..nI
per cent means U* ,whole, if the she introduced.them through.the'xracksof Council, bill of the Republican office "* May S4.1874Uff j b Iaczso's ineachange fur new ones at prices satisfactory to eitheravvAryormy STEAMER SILVER \ftlN -
whole \is andj i f.W. T.Gurvln, ".,on motion, .The- .J boughtef bns .. aatiimtu.ana I shall always tare soJkmstrumeno I 'lI .
taken I A Bcmsnro yostfitayc
from : soap .
tho cracks
whole how 1Ia '
the fence the '
a up/ wdeivd : to tell at leas than cost if I cannot get more.
much) reraains and do were paid. given ate perfect satisfaction. Ub a ever 'FOR S'ALE'1Tb. r to ks or give way as I ..' I favor those who bnn| I w
of te proprietors and thought he had) .ber.. Bat he' was Alderman.Denny referred back bill used. Uy clothes whitened from the use of the soap, along the"/TOTS .CA>.with their order lhavese. r : "J'T -

I the new ice house gratitutiouly deIce mistaken-be had only compelled her' of W M. Ledwith for shelling in front as If bleached. I CM earnestly commend the soap*oUt nndcrslzned Intending to remove to his pisata.do. cured the sstJsnnrr of the ablest teacher, one of the WO begin her regular tri-weekry' to Xayport and .
liver referred will aeI1lus naiJnce onAdam, Street- the finest..-.aad a man having had torn cxfuwi- pun Iowa touchhiK M att UtowMdcate poina TVmv.
to their customers one hno- to draw upon her latent powers(c' for she' of lots, which on motion was aI. ., lucy' STATT1r t $tames" sad raa4 Nadonel HH. .. ace te the music business.i* the peftaa cfPaot .C.L. day jqqo .th- .IM. .vtag FostMTn wharf every
died per cent. discount back to the.Finance Committee. for!nr. : :Mar,7Is74; S.SANFORD Rgut.who will have the Immrdum charge of my Tcesday.nandaT.'Sa rdaJ. and Sunday at 8:30a.M.
from the oU tookrpiggte4$. their tails and throw;. ther investigation. : ': ", A.. : I.much pleased with your soap Apply to 7. c.Gu. store durirc the steamer. Any orders ajUresaed to him unUng early*be,next mCIaðag. .
rate. or must they (the customers b them the Our friend this last I4IIlPafr. Mu1ck 6. d1, twI: .or to myself will be carefully.sad promptly nBcA CttiatM splendid epportBnkr.otcnjoyiiia:UM pleasin
to ) ? over fence. at Alderman Huff introduced the ordinance I Jiar*been making my L DI"washing for.the, :? I.**,&ad tofiWTl shaft do rrerytlUPS 1 Canto of Mrtbathiac without wtglncllug dIe Voaincss,-J'-

Dtbtlce house for M Tbe $nperro- display determination took, a 'day to '.of which he gave notice at last fifteen; 'years Pd muat say that I have never used better gain your good will andyoiur patfonage.and is tM Wi4aisokavssva- ".: ,'t ;i
Je 'acture.Vith 1iIcgj.Es.PhctcsT*Phte. Rows are .other hand,to render to yon as good aa 4tltr for WWlrf -
On motion of Alderman Russell than that I bought ofyonr- manu
Schools, or, the school. cousider.wuat l be! should do next-- when.. meeting. sop < WOOD Fridenherg's'*store.THE -- SUNDAY-AT t A. U.
muter, which is '" ,it.was referred to the Committee on ooe pound of your .pJ1'wMJa.I o pieces M DonotLfltoaceayCtaIogaspUhoatfmh and
have .."much. ..,the "me'ma- a hippy thonght struck him. He bought Laws and Ordinances. ( I' white as If they had been bleached. I should call kbt1.L IIttaic. *- < Retaming on the'evening of OM same.'F.i-4

been- ,& ". wlezt the. above .wu a bushel ot meal and fed those Innocent 'By Alderma Russell' --J,n-, --- "t to all as Ekety to give tisIPtctuTts" WOOD'ever ft BICKLE-S men fa Florida IlsUrsy. pade .' J' itu MAlT UOOGZ .r OtoQMl'IWhdIwkMmIlUtTh. .
: ii, ;11 .t.i, ( ,cr pigs until,they,began tq bulge, then her :. Beiolved.. Aw That., His, ';Honor. >--i.i the".'t Mayor,.:: -at. sgsedos*. .. 'c',: ;.r.. -1t..,. .. a Q -- U'.I1c7: ).w'- ,.t : -t -' ?i .*-, ''iit %./, .- ,-- ,,-J" "" l(" -


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Legal or Moral Suasion MISCELLANEOUS. IHSC'KLLANEOUS ; .. ., .' .
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Our -friend., t. ;.i-__ ,' ..i '.o JlnsC iLANoui, .
.,, of the Atlanta JDaffy It was quite a novel occurrence to :,, .' ..._..h, .. _. '= i :4 \ I' 'r. .
Herald I- ; : : ., ': .:. ; .. .
cleverly N. DOBBINS ; : : 1 : I: t :,1 i.:OJ ,
very answers 7
an wit : : :,
:, listen to Dr. Dio Lewis the leader of .A. .,;: -
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\ crest ing question, thus : ',J. ; : ': '''.' 'f ,: '.
I A the temperance c Js.des last fall and T. JV, HOLLAND .. .Wi \WATTS
man who has a thousand do). GUNSMITH; LOCKSMITH : .. ..' .. .. 'J ; '

.dars"' thus.. writes to the 'fferpU, winter discussing the question of prohibitory : ''"' ; ) '. ,
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and wishes to know how he can malccthat : liquor-law, and taking .' '1' .. .. Ii ,. '" .. .
very "
I small '.amount yield him a good strong and decisive ground against Corner Bay and Hogaa Streets, ,', .' ..- ,',1 .- WATCHMAKER:,:, AND .1.NGRER, ,: .

support. There are several waysone :: FI. ( ., CotuePin.andBaySts, .:, :: ., .
of the : prohibitory legislation. In his remarks JACKSONVILLE, : .1.--1.1.NO -.' --
most certain as well) the -r .
as ; -
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most pleasant is to establish) a hen. he said that mere drinking was'; : =: : : : ., '.: 4. HOEG'S. BLOCK, "- '. '. I. .''WROLaAUI .
-:o-- ,' O..s..tT hlC'
nery near the city Atlanta. With not necessarily a crime. He was in SEWING MACHINES < f i \. ; I .,- = r "AIIMB (

.'300 he ran purchase one thousand favor of personal liberty of the largest I. REPAIRED., :New Jewelry, Clocks Watches : .: L I : ., ".J ROBINSON, ,

good hens -, f and'' 'Ha bad 6Aecn yean of practical experience at Watchmaking, and1 for the last three tiki '
; an additional $50 will : Diamondsrated. y a (In city and' WNOUSAU Jt
kind and that would Inform hi J {Heads that be bra aa-rxn
personal liberty meantto many opened a shop ftf the) especial purpose of repairing and make watch-I
buy one hundred cocks: Let him ; ORDERS FROM THE COUNTRY Solid Gold arid Silver !. work a specialty;and guarantees,that all work entrusted to him shall be repaired in the nott skillful manner DRUGGIST a
then rent a do what was right ; and that- ATTENDED TO. Ware and receive prompt attention. I do my. own work and. therefore can aQbfd to.work cheaper and will, than ,
of any
good piece grassy land ,_ etc._ I IDIAfloNDS other establishment In the city. "- .. '" ;' Hotg-a Beck, Day St.
near the,city, and expend! $40 in fixing: H He had the right to be infidel or .- JACKSONYIU.K '

I up chicken.coops, nests and fencings. devil, and nobody could gainsay him, SATISFACTION .GY I" FLORIDA.
I If he .can, then, with the balance 'of although they might mourn for him. Shu of big lock CIOUS. .STONES PEARLS.SET AND IN JPRE-', ., JEWELy, : REPAIRING.; f CtIPOVNDING mscnmoMS A sncuirr.'

his money, purchase a cheap horse You may say to a woman, don't wear ,FINE.COLD.' : ,
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and a und.h.ndfagon, he is ready i corsets,' but for heavens sake don't 'T HE;. CENTRAL: ; ;. ..i ,-li-I-' I' 17" 'BARNEY'S -

for a law it I, 'Ladies can be assured ofbavfog( their Jewelry neatly repaired and tepolUhed to look as good as new. Dia
business. His hens will pass against or they will
furnish ,
Initial mond and seal nags altered to size,without injuring the stones. ... ,
AN AUCTION AND GENERAL i! Letters, ('M,nograms," and any .' ,,!,-

them f
him, at a low estimate: an average of : to all eternity. If you pass a HOUSE. fancy, Engraving\doae\ rn- .4 : < : FLUID .EXTRACTBUCH ,

600 eggs a day the year round. Say, lAw regulating what a man shall eat :'altartistic viaurtfr. i' '. i --n, \ :.i---j I

though, fo fee ruin purposes, dozen or drink, ;youpy make: .birnl ve lay Street, near Laura.,, ; t : ; -. .. -.. .'ENGRAVING;.' -,- ,; : ,, ,

l per day. lie can secure steady sale just what you desire to take from hftn. ,. ,.,. ).ACK. ., 'or .: I ,, I '' ..<. '. : U !

for them at an of cents He believed that central/point.pf, PUBLIC SALE'every'SATURDAY.ORRIS Standard time by Ghronome i-, ; .
average 17 per Engraving GOP Silver'and :
Oft Plate. Inscriptions on Presentation Service and ,
dozen, or $8,50 per day, or in round a true life was personal liberty and A. *ter t rated ;by-transit' '.. any.style required. i.| J. 1. ; Monograms. designed. 6-131 In"- ThO51tIOwftW.icty.BRIGHT'S. .

figures, $3,000 a year.' The food of argued that the Washingtonian -or ] .. A.LYNS 1 Qb.seivations', .. .i.iAcnrr : ; '

these fowls may be liberally put at moral suasion movement, was ...God'sown n. ':" ,; j. c UENGLE DRUGGIST\; DISEASE. ,
$25Q per annum ; and with the little method in which to reform ,a ,nation AUCTIONEER. : .
ro* TI,CBLIBRATCD Bo AKD' ,. And a positive remedy for
which drunkards. In every.CO u JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA > .
garden patch, should be cultivated 1mu' AND CouxvoisiM WatcH. ,
; the beehives which 'should nity where you try1 to enforce the law :

there is chafing and and. .01\p''rssio .RCHi\ GOUTGRAVEU STRICTURES.
fringe the house ; the cow, which 'anger, you J DIABETES

should be carefully attended to the cannot carry Divine love fn. one.handand DYSPEPSI ,
*2A11 Vindj of merchandise received ; : NERVOUS DEBILITY ..
man and his family could easily l live a black. whip in another.. I racnt and sold at.auction or.private tile. ; : fFIN&'AND .UNDERTAKERS' . DROPSY

on $1,000 a year. Putting his rent These suggestions, corning from a --

at $200 cash per annum, one would leader in the temperance 'reform, arC will Every be description of of goods entrusted to ET A. L 11 C : NO -RETENTJOY. OR INCONTINENCE CT
disposed u
have entitled to consideration and ',te URINE. IRRITATION INriAMATION
profits of SISoo-quite a hand. commend BURIAL CASES! OR ULCERATION OK "

some thing. The man with a thousand .them to active temperance BEST FIGURE POSSIBLE AND- -- q : THE

dollars" is really affluent if he agitators fpr .their perusal and. jnfornation. WOOD COFFINS BLADDER
to the and ,
owner, and AND
only knew it.-Mobile tgis/a-. 1'. '.prompt accurate. '., KIDNEYS

.:. i- 5-27-swjm :"' ,
SHE WILL BE Rial.-One young GENE.RAL.DqU t.TORY.

country girl, Miss Annie Kirk, of STATK.Governor LIVERY, SALE AND FEED Gland.Leucorrnoa Stone or tha White;. Dbea,ea of tie Prostrate
in BUdder
Bethel, Pa. is entitled to the praise -M. L. STEAUXS.J ,- .. ",: dust Deppsit and Mucus or Milky Discharpi.Gravel;or;Brick-
bdrg the best <-ut lady poultryist on re
c rfUt8: H. McUX. '> ,'
cord. In 1872 she cleared $330 after Cmn| trollrO.. A. OOWO1LL.; SIZES.AND QUALITIES.LADIES' '.:

paying for all the feed, freight, &c. Attornnj-Trrh6UKT-C.Gi-nrral-WM.II. }")"fJ.lt..1. COCKK. AND GENTLEMEN'S ROBES. KEARNEY'SEXTRACT3

She commenced with eighty fowls- -omm'r of Lind and Immigration EAOAV. DONE \VHEN RtyUlREL

Cochin Chinas, Brahmas, and other ttupeiinlrndtniot State tngn tr-.Public. 11. ALBEKOEK.r".lru"i'.n-J.l'.U1KQS. AND ALSO MARBLEIZED, ; ,BUCHU

varieties-and found the Cochin and SUPREME COURT. "
Brahmas the most profitable, being Ct.I-Jusie-E. M. RAND LL. : CIGARS : Permanently cures all Diseases of the
A-s :!*Justiui; -J. I) W ESTi OTT SLATE HEARTHS., ,
The best and
healthier and of most stylish livery teams in UL
speedier growth for It. B. VAN VAUCESI1EKG. an be found at the Suble of t>te undersigned TO ORDER. : ; DER. KIDNEYS. AND DROPSI,
the matket. She fed from seven to Clirk-LYMAN B. IXMTKIt. Florida Home corn-rot Cedar aid Forsyth AND FOR SALE : CAL SWELLINGS.
ten bushels of corn per week, and the j CIRCUIT COURT.l erms.Horses boarded. and well cared for on CALVIN OAK : PIPES AND SNUFF . ,

Ju.lUUl Ckcuit-\V. W.VAN NESS, fenfaoola. for Existing in men,women and children,,
young ones with crackel corn. Sheis .. Strong teams hauling purposes always York.'r -
U" 1'. W. wiiirr.s4 Qu-nny. Street between Laura and Hogans. -
also keeping an account of stock : "- Win UHVSON, Live Oak. W..U. Jacksonville.Florida.E AT WHOLESALE BY. : '
this 4i,h" R.n.AIu.UlU.J.LlJJacltaon. Jacksonville FU..May 3.3, 1874 NQ 1TrR: WHAT THE AGE
)ear-an account which shows ville.5th T A L L I C : H .

every item of expense and profit-; Mh.Judli. Ul Clrcult-J.. J T.II.ilAOUKK.GO*. O:ata.T mp". -- -- HEAVENS-- ----AND THE- L.: B. KIlsriG-HT & 0.0' : Ptot .Steelsavs i "One Dottte of Keanuy'a ITuiil I

and exacts to realize as much, if no't' 7th 04 J. W. 1.tICK: Ellk'l'Iiat. tIlE U R PAL CASES : ., ;. cll1bi Extract lucbl. i i worth m than all-w other Buchu- *

more, than: last year. When attacked .

I Ly the prevailing poultry disease last C.tit.tr Ju.!ee-'W.UV.\L A. MfLEAN.COUNT .{-. TRIBUNE. EXTRA NO. WOOD COFFINS BAY. STREET ..'ettheenLaura and Hogan Dollars.DEPOT.Price;: .One Dollar p Bottle,or Six Jtdes. lor F.*

year Miss Kiik speedily checked its Clerk <.| Court-OSCAIt HART. ,! '/' :-: ." -

spread by the free use oflime, scattering Plit-riff-Soliritor-T JOSEPH H.A.llUHKEK.HUte McDO.VXKLL.County ': (Now Ready) Jacksonville, .Florida. /. ". 104. DUANE ST.. NEW-YORK.A .
r 2t"1I1
; it alt about and giving lime-water eoicii! : <>r-CIIAb SUMMERS.. : k Physician in .
'l'r.-**ur.r-J.W. $WA 1 M. : BY ? advice crpntD.
I to drink. An example was given last \.e..r-J.. UKKELKY.BupiiuUii MR. RICHARD A. }) : a gc pt

I year of a lady at Concord, Mass. who CpllP&- 1'Jn.R JuS1-s., : AND A. O. HUSSEY. JNO. \HOWELL, ;
raised! a gross value of $350 worth era-J. L. Dutch J. C. lit'uitnnnf' M. A.. II. THE SUN'S FAMILY op PIAKCTS. CASKETS. .'UI
Dominiques and common breeds but Dz'a13; tikL -I AND -, .
; J'otar'l'utolicl-JuJ.n G. Hamcl F. Ii. Knapp, T. UK Moox. 'LARBl, -rROST BLOCK NEARLY HUSSE-Y & HOWELL
this was exceeded by Miss Kirk,whose 8. Kelts: O. I'. Cooper. Ch".. M.' Summer*, W. O.iffrrfu VI.V. BIRTH WONDERS OP GROWTH THE STAR' DEPTHS. OP1'OSI1'E.OLD. STAND, : T i :' THE
alone I. E.i, 11I1f( .rn. Wm. At L-dwith. K M. AND or THE SI/LAX ". r :
profits are $330.-Correspon. ChriiFV,Ttioo. U. Max;y, J. VT. Sralm, II.Grander, The Extra also contains lectures delivered &. Bay Street Jacksonville, Fla. WHOLESALE AND RETALL DEaLERS N _
dence. Jo. 11. I-nrkt. C, Civdritigtcn, W. L.Ouan.I"" ,. Icrson School on Pcnikcse Inland, but never NERVOUS
Whltntlr.$ ished. E. WASGATE. : AND. DEBILITATED
l i i
- County CorAmlMiMnen-Milon Filee, E. Foilunc. Dy PROF. 'LOUIS AGASSIZ.I. BO. OTS S H> (Y" >S:
.S.r.: W PNpERS.-The seven wonders I t. U. I *-. T. i H Et-llB U. Jones. ST. AUGUSTINE. ; OF BOTH SEXES.
Jumlom .
of the 1''ILt'W.. Sdmnmin, W. A. FIRST LESSONS TO THE AKDEKSOM ,
I Mumm..U.O ..Towncnd, Henry C Ti.-on. Jumen II. TUB AKT OP TEACHING.
of lady
a are LEATHER- .
yo ng : NO CHARGE.

1. Keeping her accounts in preference Coan\. Menard.Nurvrjor A. liutMlug. .Woii O.zdon,3. F. Ilollinn,I. IV.V. CitACIAL CLASSIFICATION HISTORY IN OP NATURAL THE .4J',A THE_SCHOONER l' j,' ; .,, 'TATION.D .

to her album; Chi.. F. PmUh. VI. NOTABLE pottos ON VARIOUS .' A ,
2. Qcnerously praising the In'pector of Lumber-II. U. MooJy.U. Vf.Cone. Magnolia ; complete assortment of New York and IiIade1pz fine y. BVOTT-' graduate of Jefferson Medlca .
) attractions I. 1'r'c Jr.Con"II1b.IO. The ProctorMgasstz Extra takes the College,Philadelphia,author of valuable works,
I ; of ,hat "affected_ crjeajture/'jvhp It. MJJ-B.'S. Wi 'on. J. Smith, J. >lace in 1 HE TKIBUNB" Extra Series of*the 4 Goods always on hand: can b consulted on all diseases K1r&e Sex r Criniary
J. I'm ten,J nuLaye,J 11. Brown. .M obilier Extra and will hereafter be LJLWin make regular trips 'Sole 'Jr (which h has mode Mudy)
always cuts her out. ; : 'I" hat in the' Library for One Dollar." unlcn Jacksonville& : agents in 1 Jacksonville. Samuel: unbar & Co.'s me or ,no matter from what cause or-
Not the ordered. Price, postpaid to any addres;in I St. Augustine and '' ", iginatingorofhuw long standing. A practice -of 30
3. ridiculing man she CITy pF 'JACKSONVILLE.M Jutes, 10 cents; ,twenty copies to one,address. I Freights at low rates. Misses' t-hildren's Fine Shoes. :", years enables him as treat diseases with success. Curt*
N secretly prefers; not quizzing what she *i or-TETEE JONES.. A3 The Series of iVTkiBUKB Extras,now rFor'freight or passage Goods mail I guaranteed. Charges reasonable. Those at a distance
seriously admires. A hlcrmpn-,'I.fF11, AtTT, R'Wi DSXXT. A.J. ed, by mail W any.address in the United States I sen by or expiesstoal1parts.of] the State. : can fa letter describing sj mptoms and enclosing*
'. J UIS ELL W. WlhTHOUGl- WM M.BO8T DolUr Circulars giving detail of TUB .WILLSON WHITLOCK j. r. : stamp pay postage
: Net her "dear Wit K. L. I FLKMINUIACOD tras free. Address Jacksonville, Fla.,. ; : : : 'C; -
_ 4. changing dearfrie'nds" HUFF A; J. TUB.TRIDUNH. New Bay Street i near J2uraJack.wiville FID .
UEKTLEY.IJ.B. ,1 Send fcr the Cttutt Itcaltk.
IIUUBAKU. > to Price
quarterly'or her dress three Manlml-E FORTUNE' SiNow U the time to subscribe for THE Or tq' JAMES ': J
Clerk-W. H Cimlsry.Tre T aiatrnu. Single copies. one year.'a; Thirty I St.Auguslie Fla. .
times a day. .. FltlDKN'BKRQ.- to one address f each, and extra copy to the J. DYOTT,- .M. D.,
B -
S. Reading a novel without looking A.PtItIOr-C. U. KlMMON.H of the Address club. Specimen copies IHE free. New- LUMBER YARp. T-- THER : : .: .
C o.cor-kJ1iLII') ; WALTKR.Cleric I Physician and Sieom. 4 Duane S..N.YROSPECTUS .
at the third volume first ; nor writing f".f M rkf t-"[.OA UVIX. are informed that I''have just added to my stock a great Tariety of CLOTHING of ,
a letter without a Citr1'hYliicj m-C. 1>KE W, J r, EW YORK TRIBUNE. AND BUILDERS the best manufacture. together. with" a new supply of FASHIONABLE DRY GOODS. Lat -
postscript or wearing
; N l Broadway SILK HATS'- ;&; The enl lO. _,oJ. goods were- purchased .at panic prices, :, .
the' '
shoes that consequently
+ are "a mile too big for WILL PINO A ;
her." MASONIC.LoJge HAVE WE TWO BRAINS! FULL ASSORTMENT OF : P T "vA'"r"F"i :: : "": ."""'" ';: 'riJ. .-L--- IOFTH? -

6. RoIQmpn Xo.20-M. Bow W. II.; Cbiu. '. ';Dr. CX.E.,Brown-'cauard.S :. !bj... : -LjiX I .I''-.!'i III!' ii-n, NEW
Seeing a baby without rushing Eilot, F,,c ; II. Kooiinuin,Tr .w. H gular tm-erjng.< AND UNDRESSED LUMJJER, where. you. can get the best goods cheapest Is at the store of the undersigned.' YORt WEEKY'HfRALQ
hi and 2d Wpdbfe-dl1*of encb month. I ALCPHOt A POISON T" '. .,
immediately to it and kissing it: Duval lx d.. N'o"1_K Waa'e,.Wl: M.; 'B.: U AND SAWED I O.; ;. tii.-: ', i 'if* :" "
7. Carrying a large bouquet to an' ebntfr. Srt.: I). Jonci. Tyl'r. BcguUr metting; Dr. Wm. A. ; PINE SHINGLES, : I .T.-I '" .' JA* "ji CORDON NE
lat l and 8d MonHnyi of wicb month. 1 1J meet the wautv of this ;I have maJe it an' object t.to "' / 'nw
evening party and omitting to ask her .ckm.nvill. THE POE LONGFELLOW.- CHEAP FOR CASH AT "U .
No. & .
Chapter 11. A.M J.S.Drirgs n : ;;$ ; ; commuuit' ,' '
\ partner "if he understands the language i 1 1. E.mcrtinin 11.P.; M.last no.1 rid..
of flowers." : Danuwni Ccmmnndt Ko. 2-3. SURVEY OF THE WEST. delivered / only from those manufacturers whose goods n\e world-wide celebrity. My assortment of' The WEEKLY HERALD
r S. Drigg., E. in all parts of the city and v cu Itv. S '" Is published every-SoV%
t __ C.; 1>.C. Ihiwkinii R4 rder. Itrgular rat-eiingi (With Map.) Under.Lieut. G. M. \ landings on the river, at low rates All ur : .:'G, LOT 'y ;iN;" G/I : : <: urday.at Sve'cents p copy.Annual subscription
a and 2d TuendaT of each month. prompt attention.. .. N ; ; price:-. .
ABUSE.-Intemperate abuse excites 81'\1'E THE HORSE IN AMERICA .' LOUIS.J. BRUSH has no equal in this city and I intend to self. 'such rates thatt.my store, OneCojir. -
mcEns, I (Illuslratdd.) Discoveries by Prof. O. ", !,. lIar-fA. 6. 1874. ., I, : / IS' i- <. .<', : .Three Copies, ..* '- .- $
our sympathies, not for the abuser, Grand Mftt-r--A. J Ilu. tll!, .JR ksoQ IIII. :. I to be the of trade. Five Copies, - *
cectte Visitors
want ofTRUKS.wiUjli4a and excellent ;
kaittr D. *> WiI..n new supply. '.
Orontll.f'tJtt 'fallabllAt'tlo"r. .
the abused a fact which 1 SAFETY AT SEA. RD. Ten 'S
some ofthe Cpics. "
( Orated W.rdr.-E. I .Jordan. Fvrnarxiina.Jr. .. AT ;. .. .
virulent critics and political' writers Grand Ward--:. Wiu rat'.. .K>K>nville.Orunii (Illustrated-); Iron kteamen that will K THE GREAT SOUTHERN BAZAR,, of every size"and' pric'.' R beT."lh v t at"' the store Postage five cena per copy tor three mont
I Trranun'r-n. L Oitbley. MontiC"llo.Grand ", These interesting Lectures and Letters with On and after the first of November known .as Any 1 oum.addiotied, b,>_I o ,
are very apt 'to forget. Like other rMovmrjH. Dawkms Jwk'onville.Graiid ul report of the important Papera read at ] ; : :' ers. fi -
poisons, when administered in too. Chapl.iln, -U<-v.Jo': n Penny. meeting of the National Acadcfiy of Sciences PRIVATE BOARD B'ilu.C.: : .I-.Ic y'fl'd.f'S' An.extra copy will be.s nt t everj sJuh of ten.
Orand Tyler-Dat id Jone*.Jncksonvllle* I ington,and at the May meeting ef the : : Twenty copies to one addiess o year, 1 5.
strong a dose, it is thrown off by the e ental-Society at Boston,.arc published |III full had in die family of Colonel A. M!. oees. ': any larger number at the same ; .. a
intended victim and DISTRICT UEFU1Y.GRAND.MAHTKI10. TRIBUNE! EXtRA o. ii.Price in sheet I b-House,"- Forsyth, street, between Liberty 'GREAT SOUTHERN BAZAR. BAYSTREET.rJACKS0NYILLFA..i' find Two extra cOpieswil be sent pe twenty.
often relieves, let Dilltriet-Ji.0. Alderman. Mananna. 'cents; in pamphlet ao cents,or seven for |l, n. ; ? ; I L..: ". all kind*ol good, cheap for cash...I', ,' you can, These rate make the WOKLT HERALD to cheap-
where it was meant to Il 8-t *. Rcoe"etI,'Chattahoccliee.; Circulars, giving full details of the.CO I : .- .,.. ,' "T V publication in the ,
destroy. DAY BOARDERS ; 4-4tf ,,-. -, p, 1 .-. >..' B rKY.. coutr. :: ,.
the wielder 8d H; B. T ylor, Mr Oak.4th .- TH E..JRI BUN EXTRA.S,free by mail. ( .. Terms.cash In a n. sent b r..beat
of the .----.
weapon be such an "< J.'S Drifign .TMk oniJllW5th accommodated :-".' .: ,:" iif".I /:; ', thu'wl ol the sD -
unskilful) sportsman as to over charge >. W. H. LoIIJ.o..l&fith" ;'" ,TYII'E.: 'W.7/E JvX Y information apply at this office or to 'SAVE: AfONJEYl, *! ,' .SA VB TIME: TAKE: COMFORTlE generous the WEHCIT }haALbwifl Fk.nculmrePomology bb
Z. .
; B. )' 'on Orsnjre erring .. ,A, M.hJONES residence.EFEBEMCES appropriated Hoc.
his piece, Ije] must not be surprised if it 7&bYruk' pmnch,T.inpa( it.Tht-Farmer; ; .Favorite Paper. J.at .' .." .. i II: : ,. ; r I ..fj-' ;'1,; t 14, (''''. .;. t A&ct animl.
explode and wound pp one but; hjra-! STATE-OFFICES OF GRAND CHAPTER,'E.A.N- [. -- 31 I IntiIJan.x8isfor .J. C. Greeley; Fleming & Daniel; D. G. ; -', '- 1- -ii. I I'I I J.,,:"' ,' .I. .Paa,attention win be paid a t c t

self. Dirt wantonly cast// only acts Grand lUtrh .t-V. Bowri.Jacksonville, vrpnty v $. J. H. Norton,&Robinson.. / : : ( : The aim will be to male'the Wauly'Hod>superior
like Grand High Priert- J.$. Vrif t,Jackson. ;: -Address 'Tlla Twaows/New ', j-'U.. Octattr aS. 187V tf.. "IA' DT:: : : '; ., "" ." 14 any other. agricultural. .' .
fuller's earth .. -
defiling fur ,the ville. :.fR4 in the country.Every .
O-an : :ROYAT : J '; R. number of tho WSXKMFHERALD will contain
moment, but purifying the end King-LQ.'Ald'iman. Marinnna. 1 ::: : 'lJ..I : : .
; so Hrand.8rnb.O. Wilson,Tallahangee, .. : f ,. : a select story and the. latest and most important new
'. that those who are the most bespatter. Granfl TrOMUrtr. -Vu.A.,Young, Jacksonville.*.'. :" ;:. FLPRIJ3A.SAVINGS; BANK .I ., ."..,,". "Or.! ,? ".... ., .' ,, '.1." ,. ,. .,,'. by telegraph from all parts Ot than world up to the hoar

ed, come out !the'rnost. !Immaculate. ODD FELLOWS. ..- ; ', AND .REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE "; .JI-i ;.19.' ; ,; '; i.I. \HiifiB' _. .' :I ." ;f'. it ; .: -fi'TO publication..During the session. Congress. the WEEKLY HirBAlft-

t $,;Florida Lodge No.1-Wrni H. Cook,17.0.;'8. M. 1 ,'1 .'5 .,L : .. i' (t- '; S -' .. ; .7 ,.. I will contain a sumotary o( the proceedings and the bt-
Tack... h..8w est news,by telegraph from Washington Political K.
egular meelinga .
errry. .TuredayTEMI'BRAKCE :
UNTIMELY.-At Tom Badger's; wedding I dat. .. ., .- -.. -. ..OFFICE- .IN LOVERIDGE'S- JACKSONVILLE BUILDING FLA.! OCEAN,July.nt/iS STREET;, f) QZi I '.1. -.NOTICE'' : TRAVELLED. :..: haiousFuNoiiibIcsArtiIc; ;.Varieties.Literary and Amusements SportingInulligence ,

his t SOCIETIES.Duval NOTICE U hereby given of the incorporation or Tin Florida Saviift Bunk fijteal Ettatt Exckaiift. .c I : Obituary :: of the day.
most intimate; friend Jack: .,; 4 ... Editorial Article on the prominent topics
Division n.l-H"Dr7'X'nelt"p. J ; ., '
: Oeo. the provisions of the laws of the State of Florida with the principal place of bualneu in the city of ,11" 't" : : review of.the Cattle ,nj Ury Goods TUarkets i
Lumly, wa$ called upon for a toast. W. FraBer. K.&pjcaUr.tn, ev ry Thnra- Jacksonville. '. ."1 'j ">"- ... -'.; 1 I. .; n: ::- : :' ,r..n'1:; d" era and Commercial intefllgence'uid accounts of Important -
could day tiiubt*t Good Templar' hail,1I.eg'.Block. 1 The general nature of the business shall be that of a Bank for Savings and. loans, ana the purchases. and sale and interesting events of the week.
Jack not remember; that neat Jacksonville Lodne of(Joo4a>mpl*ra No. I-B.F. 9(.caU'tate.Mortgages, oods.Stoclw.Gold and Silver,Treasury Warrants &c---. : ; -! > : : t The HERALD employs no in the country nor
little speech he had been conning Ward. W. C. T.( 8 f A. BeuMog. W. B 8. M-et evWedDt..dsy The capital stock( which may'be Increased at any meeting of shareholders called for t.purpoSe) shall be '; ; :f. g .rn !'1g ::JOhllEWti: in distant cities to canvas for agents subscribers as none are
l '
I., : rI try evening in Iloev'a B.CJd floor). '30coo. of which 10'per: cent shall be paid in upon commencing business-,and the balance in ItuulUnenn u !. Any person pretending to be an ag.nt forth
a week. The presence of a blooming I li ) corporation may require. .'- .' .. WEEKLY HERALD sb oid.bo treated a common
< : ," 1.
.jL1L3Veb.terW.0 T.;' C. M.;Jonea.'W.B. 8. This corporation will into operation.July 0th, 1874 and continue Its officers- shalonsist of .il '.."i '. j' :
damsel, who stared in )his go ; twenty yean. J7A byindler. The dub s,srtm,hat.bcd. the. .agency,
eyesright- 'I it cVi-r cvesIuatrove- 'IL'" J,,t.ar.Ib! ..bellro4dbrtdg a President, a Vice rreildcnt and Treasurer.And a Hoard of three or more Directors.:, < } .,. ,., i.' ). . ;i .,' -THE' If"" d I .". ., : system. It fa safe and cheap." *
ened the elaborate toast outof his ( The highest amount of liability to which ibiscporaIion can subject itself shall be $150,000. AU moneys '.
c4 --.- -,. 'fI1UQEI'.UnUES: ,,; received on deposit shall be invested in first mortgages on real and personal propcrty-ln thj State of at least ': fi: .tll.'SAV.A. NAF.tl:' The prfce'of subscription; wbeneve'Praciicabit.should .
memory. But he fcU, himself .equal 1 Ct.lt.En"Pfer-.roDiM U IleeyAt double the value of the loans thereon,or In other ample collateral securities. .. .t I ''' '. & 'CHARLPSTON be transmitted by Post Office Orderi ',It Isthe
-L to the'occasion, and to the amaze. bt lHmrit JOI'D jllariyok. Interest the rate of seven and three-tenths per cent(or two cents per day oil'loo'shaU) be.:paid annually* it' '.. pfcsc mode oltransmitting mc.cy.b7I4' wherel'OSt?- of.Sc.
small Post Offices in tho.COUI\trf
at-smWi. J.ac.aic'-Tho.J.Mutt Fore commencing'November lit, 1875, of upon the withdrawal, on all deposits which'shall have remained three '
of the Ecfrloe ) ; I f. it -i 1" ,- be obtained,money maT be emitted
ment fiTjestssaid : Badger5, man. *" .. ., .. months or more in the Bank. J' .tl ,'; I f. ::. AND' Ordcxs cannot
your health J 1 May 'this' day's entertainment JBtna Htran Fire Eopn-William"Bayn,Fpreaan. holders The officers of this corporation. ," shall serve without salary' Until otherwise provided. by a vote of the stock.. ." i !. .I : '. ..: .. ,', .' .. I "' .f, i.. R.p crcd lcccrs.Aditlacments..to.Ii mlted number,-will lie sertcdII
Alert Hoan Ko I- be often orenan.4 The design of the'Florida. Savings Bank U to afford to those who desirous of their' the : the WWrLT HaRALD. ? . .- .
) !I" are saving
repeated rs.4ger Ptuenlz Iloxe:00.2-A. J. Uuaneil' ,Foreman. money : PO.RT ROYAL > : :Au.
; RAILR0AE foufeeet* a copy.
Am itcu.Uop|[ mid Ladder CoT.. .&. iWllaon means of sa ely employing it at a good rate of interest,to be invested,tinder the direction well-known citizens ;; .. ,: : ;: Price of DAIIT HaaAtoy ,'le
fainted. I i Foreman. .' AT HOME I* home securities well-known value, instead or" running the risk losing it by.'entrusting it to. .. ., ,. .. .. .,.. iv > /. . IlUalsublcriP9Of price,Jn,alw j advaaci .
--- -- foreign corporations to be sent to far off dues for investment., letter the NBWYo.1t Hl-
I BANKS.- Atlanta NashvnIe/i..o fsviU Write the addtei*op ? tq ;
- JAMESiH PAINED ..SAMX SEARING, ]ONATHANc, GREELEY,. Fqr.iAngnstai; Chattanooga, ; Memphis; ; Oinoin.H au>.lo a bold and legible fond and give the name ol
-fs anythingadvanced I 'rlth rtott..l. W. Jlsut, rorncr of Pine' ,an4. prudent Vlce-PresIdent,, Treasurer' i natl,: StI Louis, Chicago-:and-.all points -North,. SOuth.EMt'and-"West.-' ./ each subscriber; J fit Port Office County ao4 State II
by our opponents contrary our own D.O, Arnter'3.llttha: 8walm.Uonae,'Cay.atreet:: T. IL Sea-side villa'\ slles f lor1 iale eg Tori George tst-od. The finest'sea bathing,cool sea'breezes, magnificent& J-I: ) : "- : '' I'i i I ; : : .- "'" ". It '_::: ",: : plainly. 'that; no-' errors. 'la mailing 1'r apos" will, .be, liable S.ctr 10
_j practice, or above our comprehension Mazer; Cashier. ., "n\ drives, over fifteen miles In rxtent; grand avenues palmetto cedar.'oak magnolia myrtle. &c.. &c. .. : : : ,: I ;: y ) .iii : .
E. yf, penny,:Banltliig Hoaae Bar street,cornerof Call and see the photographic views at the Florida Saving!Bank and Real Estate Exchange.on Ocean Street. 't1' I. IL --jn'flIN ;' a .'. -. .
T .- -and, therefore, a terra very literally( % Ocean. --: .State" county! and city scrip bought and sold at.the -. .FLORiDA SAVJNGS, 1UNK. -_ ti. .. E' VES'P: .;. .. .AT. ;. ,.9.3'Q.t. :.j .. .! .M. ;. N OF PRApTICE >AND
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used 7.54 I Ocean, '{t---) 1j ":" : t t-- ITICKETS i: 5 I
because it Is implied !in exact i i .HOTELS it- near Forsyth street : RULES
: .-r. -. i "n's- -. .. .-. ..11 aLOUN'r-cgPE. '
proportion to own ignorance Nothing Grand Nation, al. ettuZnfliOe Mc- : -
to which we'-are OinleyProprietor.' ; ; : 'm' t ; ;; r The t FWJ1lIA"''ol5ceTaJl has -Jus'
In so quick .w'gbted:i I. Metropolitan Jf**'nan'J fctreet,.J1tu.''Bay. 3, B.ogn 4 .' ., I. .S. .L' Il\rG' i-7\U' ,.. oj! "jj'i t, X 1lANGEDI; (thereby avoiding delay! .In SavaniahAT. .., printed a small edition of'to KQlq ot PPICICC OPtcdby ,
another, so blind in ourselves, not .1 1' \,Proprietor* ;' .1 .1., ; '. -X' I './.1.'. '.sx >'A ; ... tho'SUi'l'Cme" Iogether'With tile act ef 1 n
i Oneaj Iiouaef Ocean street. nest..Bay .Mr.,*. ,C.. ,L'. .isJt4.LA5.T t '.!1 repealing the: QI Procce4ur.an4 the full tutor
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.,-- I. Florida Uouie.,comer 1 oretb4!" 'Cedar' 'treet. BEING ABOUT TO CLOSE #Y tNESS,/ jTHISITY'I:: ; ': : I. .. '11\; .] J'' .: .' I, ,.
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The girls of Dalton, Iowa, resolve!::1 I TEDER'A.L-. ,' ,; ,. offer. ,py, entire. stock .of : '""' . .J... 'e '" **:.',.1;.to,;> 'If.{ ,*? .rM'.Ol'Ji .JnUuU. *. o OXAjUiV-f IT. ,?"t?VI*f. SAAJhAiJ( P 'GA.4P." r.,' J iTbei ... Price Two DollarS.: Casb Giders IOTICI4A&Irm.L. .
to have OFFICERS. vJj. j i /-TI. oi'u; / i .1' .1. : :; 1 ) f"'J 'r- -" j ..Id" ." ':-.sDYE-,a sort
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who drink, smoke, chew), swear, o r I Drput1Co1frcU'r-C. W. "* :. : : ", y ', ;;') :BOOTS AND SHES) .'1)" ,u{ f j,, H.J ..." r: ..' ., .1. / ; '1 1 ,'\'),"l. ,d I ;j"q ). 'i ()1STRIOTLf __ I' '- ", .
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drive fast horses., But when the fellows 1I\II'tICt.or'cCwot| m EHIOUf58. : i RAB13INFouwTxoN: 1FUR.NISHE.D.1'N ; .' : ;
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beprt nuking up to, the, girls of a or'of Intni Jt."enu.-A' A.'UOOItT.. I'" :::YlO adl b'vub-i 'f!1tJtT i-tM" '/, r'::1': '"- 1"1' .,' 1 -i'li.I, 1,11.,. .. ,i: .,dLd ..\\,1.. .. .:: ; :; '
I SurTeror-Gpnernl W. GILuKltT. "* ATCOSTJORAS.L'IisJLan'opp9rtunity:?. : ;)fdorn t offered to securebargains.lld7CounfrjyThcrchants . cora-aDd oats,
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h' i.I .IT ,\ .. .- DAILY PAPERS Just recei"ed.large stock rime
neighboring town they 'weakened. : u p. '. ; V 1. It' _' : ',ri'i i i-. ..'.:"'.-:. : WJ H.LUCAS' NEW STORiI
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'. Brigham Young .has":bccn mating :udtiPnTLnPPIt: C4)REW.IBRR:.' < *' '.-U,\ 'iARorneyr4B. .u l j, cTjanceltoasMrtSh cks7ft.1! f o-fc.w-,'- "v: "-, .; New York,' Philadelphia, ;'San'FrandscVCnlcago/.i! vwd; ,:;ikf;: "P c'il 1. {' 'Jce B'ck. t', ... : .... -
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.:.: his will and has left his'friends' from Jf.hal-$: colt AN T. .A.-*.. 4if.'tiia( VA-, aW i -j.. ,iOuiT i-i>>' ; iffcift* 1..J'.H i VitirtttmT'r" "eali i -4 ia,! !incini.tlanitmany othOrLll l 1r.'J f !I I Hlltl Of -- ; '
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fare'to ten children apiece ]p. 8.Register lo JJuk! ptc-F.FBA8EB. f June, i?, y 874-6-20 f pay st.f, cor Ocean. 1' (Jl QuitKTime'and'. :; (nweHo ivl''the'Po H.Aja1. t R Jtf/ 'tn" :q K EMBRANT LE'S GALLERY PICTURES at ,: t


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