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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 22, 1874
Frequency: semiweekly
regular
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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 )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in Apr. 1874; ceased in 1875?
General Note: "Wise men accept the inevitable, but strive to shape the future."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 33 (July 15, 1874).
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VOL. I, JACKSONVILLE: ,FLORIDA.: WEDNESDAY: MORNING JULY :

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THE NEW SOUTH.FUBLISHED peachalmond the double mixed pink, I cultivating i and preserving them., Seed! by the' shell road, he would croak' Connecticut ,...
the double flowering ranunculus. At tanner. But still higher PROFESSIONAL CARDS Ac. GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS.
refUslngvto perpetuate them, he has himself double at the sight ofMr., A.. honors have been dded. .
ERVWEDNESDAY AND Mr.
other times the mixture seems wand- found of Jewell -" -
SATURDAY. .means" reproducing the individual Wallace's two brick .
new stores has "
now been invited t'o'a seat in the Pres N. BETrES IMPORTANT TO
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ering throughout the plant sometimes plant which ,
; possesses them being built in the marsh and filled in ident's Cabinet J .
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION with the I .
rifolio'of _
it affects capriciously isolated and to multiply it thousands of all ,I> .
around
by
with dust
SItJilI-\\'UICLY mail; subscribers $j.so per annum.Kive'ot"more"copies. saw and dirt, so Postmaster-General thus PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON '
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benefit *
club ft received at one tune of two tanners W
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be sent W
Will
WUKLT. ""aU every,ubscriben%, f::1 per annum. Ten re-appear anew in the productionseven by grafting 'or making fresh root prettiest.. But how would he croakwhen its highest executive coun il.' The 'Omcs Horn-.From S lid Jacksonville.tills Fla. Wines,Liquors,&c..go to -'- .,f.
copies i.75tath; Twenty copies. #t.6o; Fifty copies of the portions which did seem for themselves bybudding, perpetuate he; got to the Hogan's creek position has a.m.and is p.m.Orncz J. B.TOCNI.If .. .

>1.40 ea<*. to be affected by it. Such is, the odd the -..aneJY, without alteration. It is in bridge ,that .once was marsh at: the Postmaster been G.eneral.is,accepted.l and. .the street.. AKD RESIDENCE-Corner Ocean and 6-7-6m Monroe ,".- '. )of.'" .\If

ADVERTISING RATES: orange [Orange de; Bizzarrerie,], the this way that adulterated plants fill our I jumping off place.at: theend. of Bay newt home in about: expected I'I :) ;; .

SItJilI-\\'UItL Y,f i oo pet inch or less,first Insertion: violet.orange, the pink of variable gardens, and'that the types bave been street, four Why he sixJy..days..' I ID AER &" MARKENS, > M. .c.N..
each subsv,uent insertion. 50 cents.WEEKLY. years ago., ,would -- Impersonal J'appearance ,Mr. Jewell yon wish to take recreation 1 fa good t1"* jKBJUards :
; lowers etc. In these instances the driven out into the woods.
croak Mr. Clark '
at (or filling that is one of the ,handsomest to J.B.TOCNI'S Saloon.Bay a':, .t
|i.ss per inch or less, first insertion: each fruit : men of the go street
affected are sterile or semi-sterile, marsh loud ha't those STRICTLY WHOLESALE GROCERS. I S
so
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tubtequenl iflSetUO. 75 cents.Sftcimlifctictt cORol.LA1y ,'iy { adventists, day, and no one can excel, him in ,!
and the fruits which.are d
they give not "
,to cent per line. affected seed. MONSTERS.-The irregular and Miller and Monroe Robinson, wouldrun courtesy o( ;.manners.- ,He has rav.' JACKSONVILLE FLA. 1 . TERMS CASH IN ADVANCE. give forced action of like whiteheads (or'the ascend- cUed I '
: one principle extensively in'this i .
COROLLARY III. upon country, Eu.ropeandthe 43-Gords at Savannah and Charleston price kiportedBais*Ale on draught. Call for U at J. B:JTOCNl'S. |
Address ADAMS,CAR RUTH & CO.. I another: in the act of fecundation, ing robes. If he got ,to Mat's, the far East, and has availed ) 9-3m. .
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'lacksonviile.' Florida.TRjEATlSti VARIETIES.-The mixture and tlr once extensive and .at the Metropolitan Billiard Saloon. '
either of the expanded man himself! t '
: same species'or between thoroughly! of all\ advantages .
proportion of the principles of repr*>. who had' a dairy down n'1hli ; T T 7 L. COAN -....
duction of several individuals ,of the 'l !f r species, have given origin to ,edge of that offered for? education and 3-jJ-3 ....s
ON THE CITRUS. m nsters. Monsters then individuals the town and saw the.uraVeslumber culture. .
__ : ] arc Though nota college graduate OHN "
< -=--- same' peciest give' rise 'to 'varieties: yards storesrand houie 1 JUSTICE'OFTHE CLARK, ; .'
whose organizations hay'e'"suff'cred w'etfgTngThThi ; he is well informed PEACE .T .. ,
on sub- -L : .
all.
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The following articles on the Citrus are copied\ from Varieties are only aberrations of one in and him -"- + J Wit.,. r ____ > .__
Dim HOME JOUHHAL AKU RURAL JNOWTHI.AND.of New an alteration in the act of fecundation squeezing to the thicknessof jects and makes and admirable after- AID FORWARDING :
Orleans. for which journal lI.yere, translated from tpe. They are of two kinds : varieties if this alteration in a board, he doubtless would call dinner speech. The NOTARY "
the Krxnch of GE..RCE GALLEMO We commend the of and occurs appointment of .PUBLIC. -
JOUKMAL as Inlri.wcoJl.lwI.ble and specially adaptedto excess, lldidmvarieties. the ovary, the monster is in the result- out,: "Mahoney, areyou hurt." Mr. Jewell to a position in the Cabinet Office In AnD S'. "-
The varieties of due FREEDMAN'S BANK BUILDING. '
Southern Deeds. excess are to asuperabundance ing fruit and perishes with that. This And if he should get a 'glimps at is as gratifying to the people of COMMISSION MERCHANT-,. .
of the ,
CHAPTER I. masculine elements phenomena has something so verv ex Mitchell's: new building, now at its New.Hampshire as it is acceptable to Jacksonville;FU. ; '..'
and still more to the mixture ot traordinary in it that third story, he would thunder so loud the nation AKD DEALEB lit. ..*.,*.' .1>
Theories of Vegetable' KeprOdUCUOflOITOU.fl5Conclubiun. for a long time : at .large.-New York -
: pollen; of several flowers. The varieties that & KOOKER ROCERIEa. PROVISIONS. oRAIN.S ."';.t
even
hesitatc'1 to believe it ; but the ex Connolly would turn pale, Graphic.FOR NORTON .- ......'
The conclusions from all these experiments of deficiency are due to lack of penments 1 have made upon this subject and getting hoarse, would gather HEAL ESTATE DEAl EJ.S, corner Ocean and Bay HAY. SEGARS. Ac.Sole .: "'::.
: these facts, and thseanalo- proportion between the sexes or to of its around him his winding sheet, take streets.Jacksonville.: Florida. -
convince me It SALE for Florida
existence. OR Agents for
the: feebleness of the the RENT-COUNTRY. Money loaned on Real Estate security. General :AAverCl's .
pollen ( mas-
gies, give necessarily principles which : the short cut the shelled Life and
presents three species of facts. The up street, Fire Insurance Agents and dealers In Fine .-* *
theories in the of culine principle. They are some- back his Lands.Plantations,&c.'Springfield suburb Chemical Paint.and ,. ,*
form many system first is the alteration in the forms of : to narrow bunk, fully satis. : a .pedal&) "
AND ORANGE GROVE Correspondence solicited.
vegetable reprodm tion.I. times due to a defect in the organizalion the This fied that croaking will never stop HOTEL j-a&swrf White's Patent Money Drawer.:
ovary. part acquires a partial
Nature hascreated genera. They Varieties of the ovary, or seed vessel. and irregular growth which deVelops Jacksonville from growing. The orange FOR SALE OR RENT.We B. C. DREW,. Agent for .., -.-. 4

ron :: families disiinguibhed one from of excess tend: very much toskn'ity. the pericarp Oil one side and groves will be put out, vineyardafter I STEAMER.. LIZZIE BAKER ....

the other by ipecial characteristics. ; they are then distinguished impresses upon it singular forms, suchas vineyard will spring up, and will tent for the season or ell on easy terms, ATTORNEY AND VOLUSIA. ':: ,; ;J

2. She has created species. They by a richness of size ((embonpoint) and linear prolongations: flattened or peach orchards will be on every hand ; THE tLArIIACOqr ORANGE HOUSE, COUNSELLOR-AT-LAW Alto ,. .. ..,..;
form branches of these families to b1 a lack of thorns. Their seed reproduce the mills will saw the visitors will JfI

which they belong by common char the type, at least if a foreign curved interior, a which principle olten of contain pulp or in a their pulp come in greater and; greater numbers ; Near M.llon\'ile! Orange: Co., Florida. Pine Office and in Forsyth the new Streets Freedman,Jacksonville t Bank,Buildingcorner Fla. Van Brunt& Bro... Line Sailing Packets .-,:, .

acterist ics. fecundation has not.affected the flower in one mass. The phenomenon I so croak on Mr. Croaker, and sell out WITH THE FARM, ORANGE GROVE' AND ....IIVJ. ANDREWS. I.I.C.D.II"'. FROM NEW YORK. "**, ..<

3. The mingling of these species and formed a new combination. Thus have frequently noticed in and your good chances to some live. Yankee NURbtRY-AriACHED. twi6-i9: Bay Street,Jacksonv ttt Jlorida.':'J%
in the union of the sexes give birthto all fruit which is sterile or semi-sterile oranges and will M. & H. "
in limes. I have seen it sometimes in you find something to TillS PROPERTY IS MOST ELIGIBLY 1 ] BAKER

hbrids.' is only a variety ; its seed in a state peaches ; it is very frequent in the do ; perhaps you can get an office to LOCATED-I ft miles from the Ieam. AIRBANKS ...i..

4. The mixture and the proportion of nature will re-enter the species. It cucurbitaceous family. The secondis sweep. ANTI-CROAK. boat Landing on Lake Monroe. ATfORNEYS-AT-LAW. r .it
is then through the method of seed 1 .
Of the principles) of reproduction of -S -
the Orncs Reed's DIALKJt IN .
change in nature of a of : Building:,
several individuals of the same species that one can recognize the species to II part Senator from Nassau and Baker FOR INVALIDS THE CLIMATE CANNOT BE
which variety Richnessof the ovary, or of the pericarp which bURPAbSED-while no put 01 Florida combines '-'7 JackSOnville Florida GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS, -
belongs. Counties.
have rise varieties..
given results from This so many advantages to the growerof
5. The irregular action and forcingof size (embonpoint) and lack of thorns has a line it.which belongs external to body the: We insert the following correctionof TROPICAL FRUITS JAMES U.EAKEK. RINTOlf J.1AESE. BAY STREET.JACKSONVILLE FLA..... .tfr-

one principle upon another in the always accompany absence of seed.It species with whose pollen they were; a statement made by one of our Knot sold bcorcthc FIRST MONDAYin MARCH .
act of fecundation, either by the same [ is then at the expense of the gene next, the property wiU OB that day be offered at public HB.BEEBE,
rative that fecundated. That happened to the correspondents, which we find in the sale to the highest bidder. Apply to Always keeps on hand _
parts plants "
acquire
different a cer.
$species, or upon species, have tain development in the leaf in the oranges whose blossoms I fecundatedwith Lake City Herald.. FLEMING & DANIEL, ARCHITECT. HAY, CORN, OATS BRAN, GltOUNI. ," )
given rise to monsters. ) lime's pollen. The third is the Attorneys FEED, PEAS CHICKEN FEED, "W'''
6. Varieties are due solely to seed. sprout, and in the fruit. Nature "Editor New South :-I noticed Jacksonville.Florida. ROOM: No.MASONIC BUILDING. PORK, LARD. BACON, A-
A
superfetation. flower fecundatedwith I Octoltr II, 1871. tf
7. Seed gives origin equally to the I seems to assimilate them to animals, a quantity of dust of several different sometime since, a movement, started tW36-ioiws3'io5 Jackioimiilt.Florida. SHOULDERS &

varieties that are called selected, and which acquire volume and lose hairwhen flowers ffers the apparently in this place, to bring out All shades braids and chignons! at Bucky's. hAMS d**
they are unfertile Varieties phenomenonof John W. Howell of Baker FISH FLOUR
wild by
to ones. A. BIRNEY
county, ,
fruit which WMARTHUR HOMINY MEAL RICEIf.*
contains in itself a. ,
8. Culture' destines the first to fur- deficiency go farther from the type second fruit of the L i for the Senate from the i6th district, FOR SALE. HECKER'S FLOUR, FARINA.. ; .
same nature. This; ';-tm
toish grafts, the second to receive by an inverse ratio from those of ex is and I discover great anxiety among VERY ATTORNEYS BUTTER, CHEESE APPLES ONIONS, ,.
phenomenon in
frequent the CHEAP rl<
Ihcnu cess. The imperfection of fecundation orange.Riunpidus certain men that Col. Billings shouldnot POTATOES, SUGARS. SYRUPS ,,

9. The graft only\ also buds, can affects the germs which convey said which that at Amboine there be re-elected, and that Mr. Howell Three small farms, near the City limits. 4 STREET, NO. 330 MOLASSES, COFFEES, ',' >4

perpetuate,varieties in their natural I in their principles a defect of organization were spedes presented always a should take :his place. Mr. Howell WASHINGTON CITY. TEAS. COCOA, I .-:,-*
great number, and which ceased to I j is clever ONE OF TEN ACRES, SNUFF '-,;d
: a fellow .
state ; they produce only wilJplants and
friendly to
OILS SOAPS
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give them so soon as they were trans Cleared land; no other improvements.ONE M. A. FATTISOW. A.R. MIZX.pATTISON .
10 The seed of these varieties i is i These wild plants are degenerate beings everybody, but just now is wanted by STARCH, TOBACCO. ":''*"*
OF ACRES
planted to Band. This has TWENTY
also submitted to the influence of fe, of which the products are badly been attributed fecundation always and I I the corrupt "ring" now tcmpararily About fifteen acres In culdv don, SOD grape, vines and I & MEEK, WOODEN-WARE, BUCKETS,;' .. il s*'
cudation, and therefore subject to organized, and the seed bad. These to in control of the State administration. fruit trees: underdrained; clay subsoil; one of the best BASKETS, BROOMS SPONGES TUBS4A ?
: experience confirms this. The, p aces for gardening.
my
produce new ones, sometimes better seed frequently perish, or reproduce duit which He opposes Walls' nomination be- ATTORNEYSATLAV.Office CANNED. GOODS OF EVERY KIND .:i.".*1lf
sometimes degenerate. They give: feeble and laugui&hing beings, but present<: this phenomenon cause so directed by McLin and ONE OF TWENTY ACRES. .
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frequently has its head frizzed and About fourfeS In cultivation, balance good pinewoods ReQua'a building Jacksonville Fla. S
as; :
types when the fecundation follows sometimes they give types. It is to if refolded Sterns, and as Senator would be subservient ; on King's road CALL AND!SUB. EVERYTHING .1 v. :'fiU
the laws of the accidental vigor of a branch which upon itself. Other times to their orders and C. C. COLLINS '"
nature. used for ZUTUFORAGE.GROCERY.AND ,
Dealr*in Real E. ,, .
this raggedness resembles another fruit( Estate. Wlochen's Budding. Bay St. p JOHNSON. M. D., 'f oi
I I. Monsters are individuals' of r bears well-formed blossoms that }Jhe which purposes far beyond his own compre- L. PROVISION UNt.| .
which the organizations have suffered I return to the species is due. Thus I comes out from the interior, hension." HOMOEOPATHICPHYSICIAN : .
WEALTH
an alteration by the facts of fecun. varieties by delect are due often to I but always with a ragged; edge. Ifthe The above is taken from a correspondent HEALTH, AND SURGEON.Office I SELL' FOR CASH '- '1',, *
fruit is
cut, there is always founda .t
dation. climate or culture ; but these principles in THE NEW SOUTH who AND AT (
mixture of rind and -AND- north side of Bay Street, In Dr. Robinson' a.,
ta. If this alteration has taken act indirectl)'. They facilitate, within the quarters, one writes over the signature of Justice." new building next block east National Hotel. iggdT rilE LOWEST POSSIBLE FIGURES. I
other which confusedand ,.
place in the ovary, the monster comesin or prevent, or hinder, the develop- are In justice to Mr. Howell we say that RECREATION ",t

the fruit, and perishes with it. If sent of individuals, and in conse- announce a superfetation. These. this is a willful and malicious misrep. T 7 R. ANNO, families Merchants are,invited Loggers to examine Hotels my Boarding goods and Houses prices.and ., .<..

the alteration takes place in the quence the perfection of the principles monsters rarely have seed. They are I resentation. Mr. Howell is a gentleman LANDS FOR V V .;/'J
ovule of reproduction but it is frequent in some plants, rare in others, of honor ? ATTORN THE HIGHEST CASH PRICES
the monster is in the germ being ; alwaysin and and veracity. We have Y.AT-LAW, "nnft

re-sown, produces a variety wKich' the germ that all change operates, appear plants.but If seldom the alteration in our indigenous conversed with him frequently for the ORANGE FARMS MARKET-GARDENS GROVES, COLONIES, Office,in Reed* Block Day Street, PAID FOR COUNTRY PRODUCE OF ALL KIND-.,..,II t ..

bears only monsters. and it only makes a change by the appears past three months and he has always it* .,: '. :
fecundation. in the ovules, the monster comesin VILLA SITES, TOWN :!MJstnlrnJU.F ruoJ. S
All said
varieties
13. All regular monsters ars sterile, are mons- that Walls was his first and last -
either by the nature of flowers with- skis to nature. There are also some the germ, and if this germ is sowed, choice. LOTS -- & BASNETT WILLSON & WIIITLOCK. !
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which such for it will produce a vnriety which pro- ... 9 CALL to Thos. A.Willson '
of man--such
out sex, or which the sexes are are : as the FOR SALE ON SANFORD'S GRANT. ..
changed into petals, or by the fruit, varieties by deficiency, But the varieties dure only monsters. We have already Marshall Jewell. LAW, .EALERIN : I\.d\

which have no seed. It must be multiplied of excess form the delights of the analyzed this phenomenon. The new Postmaster-General, Marshall L.M. MOORE. Acirn Sanford.FOR OrriCB-In Reed's GRAIN. FLOUR AND FEED, ,':,1>6
These Building .
differences due up stairs. .H.<_fit
are perhaps to .
either by graft buds. table, and the ornament of the '
or gar the different Jewell:: comes of a family noted Manufacnirers of
den. Nature has disposition of the sexual SALE OR -IY. IACKSONVILL Fla ,>rl'-<
COROLLARY I. no end but seed, in New England for their and RENT
and when a fruit seed organs, and to their relative coforma- energy ON LAKE MONROE. CORN MEAL HO nNY, CRACKED :J, _
carres it
many success. He born in
was Winchester
SPECIES.- Sjecies form H. SU1LIERS.ATTORNEYATLAVj
so many tion. They are due perhaps to difference ',
is perfect in the of New C. CORN. RYE MEAL GRAHAM .1FV
system nature. Hampshire October
branches in the families known under climate which favors i 24th, 1824, -- :-
Man has no end but his own pleasure. I or retards but early in lift his FLOUR CRACKED WUEA T&c.It
the name of genera, and to which they Thus he at the instant of flowering, and accompanied father Two new Cottages near the Steamboat Landing at :>
judges differently of vegeta- to Hartford Connecticut *-I it4
belong by common characteristics. ble other circumstance, hidden from .the where SANFORD. Also NOTARY PUBLIC AND COMMISSIONER SCROLL SAWING & WOOD TURNING '_ "t. ,
They are distinguished themselves products on account of the advantages of the greater part of his life has been U. S. CIRCUIT COURT. 'r-f,,
among eyes man by nature. ALSO. '' '
he finds in the use of them. passed. His father TOORDER. .
by funicular Pliny Jewell, Office. .
Polk'
traits. These To be Continued. bunding. i/ '::1{
this Including HOME LOT of
After principle, he prefers in certain was a tanner and currier twenty acres a deslrab
peculiarities are common, and they and into Wood Sawed, Split, and Delivered :' siS i
fruits, the variety in which the -- the mysteries of this bous, with \ detached ...
distinguish the ..type of varieties. The trade young two-story large dining-room 5..1.rLaMmG. i ;'t.n
type is always fertile ; they reproduce pericarp is better developed, more Croakers. Marshall was put to work at an age Suitable for a Boardinghouse.Apply ; p. ..FLEMING. I'J' DANIzl.J by Cord or Load. ....it

tender, and richer in juice, such as Editor New South -Now when most & DANIEL -:iRoss' .,.:;
themselves : boys are their
by seed, at least if these many pursuing FLEMING Block. Bay Street opposite our Mill and What ,fI
teed are not modified by fecundation the apple pear and the peach. He is years ago there was an indignation elementary studies at school. The boy to H. L. DEFOREST. at

they are reproduced by seed) of varie, then in opposition to nature. In meeting held by the merchants and worked faithfully and well, but as he Jannarf 17 1373. __ Sanford twjgtf,Fla. ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW.. JACKSONV1LLE.FLA. -, .,lfj

ties. Thus the seed offers the surest others he seeks properties in the coty. men having, stores to rent in this city, grew to man's estate there grew up OFFICE: Reed'Block,comer Ocean and Bay Streets T. A. WlUHTt. "5-66 W. A.WHtTLOCX ,!; "
ledons and regards the pericarp as because Mr. Summers within him the Jacksonville Fla. -
means of distinguishing the a thought it wise desire to embark in MISCELLANEOUS. "w ;it
spiecies
from the varieties. useless) part which is the more viciousas and prudent to erect the little block business on his own account. Accordingly 3-ai-iy .. SAVINGS BANK. '.* J '

Every tree which perpetuates itself it is developed, more nournished now occupied by Messrs. Rivas & he learned the art of telegraphing /TELLONVILLE HOUSE A.A.. KNIGHT, v '4,1l

in its descendants, and which at the expense of the kernal of the Koopman and O. L. Keene, Esq and was engaged as an operator THE FREEDMAN'S RAVINGS frTRVSTCO...-* ,-. **

its forms, its characteristics,preserve its properties fruit-fuch as the almond, the chest- It was argued by Mr. Ledwith, (fatherof at Rochester and afterwards ATTORNEY AT LAW, JACXSONTIU.E BBANCH. /:m.;"t'":fo")

is a type. It cannot! suffer nut, the bean, and legumes, and our esteemed citizen, whose light ill constructing and superintending i MELLONVILLEpRANGE COUNTYTLA. '",':;.'J
others. In others he prefers a of always shines and is lines Deposits of any amount received from individuals. .. ,
change except by fecundation bu part seen, even though telegraph between Louisville and No. :* HOCK'S Block,up stairs; J'o"- .

these 1 hanges which are made in; the the pericarp, and he values as a select under a bushel or a big wash tub,) New Orleans. At this time when he 1 50-s-iy I. I. KITE, Proprietor... 3-3Swy Jacksonville,Fla.C *.. business firms and societies on which Interest wilt be :.'t"';, t .

germ do not extend themselves to the variety when this is the better nour- and others, that the rent business had reached the grade of General Superintendent allowed .-.-

principles of reproduction. The sexes ished at the expense of the other would'be ruined ; that the buildings an offer of partnershipwas RIDDELL HOUSE, L, .ROBINSON, Dwposit may be 'sen. by express,in current fund' I,...<...t.<,

j disappear in these individuals, or they parts-such as the citron, the squash, already erected were quite sufficientto made by his father, and he removed : or by mail to postal money orders and bank drags.TbeBanklsopendallyfrom9a.st.sosr.IAo. ,

: pass intact across the modifications of etc. In others he prizes only the do all the business for this regionof to Hartford,,, and in' 1850 FERNANDINA FLA. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW ; : ,',-t'f, -

the flower and the ovary. They pulp of the fruit in'which the seed is country ; that it was like makingtwo began the business of' manufacturing -. Also, NOTARY PUBLIC and COMMISSIONER.1 oo Saturday evenings., for deposits only from.6 to B ::1

with them the principles of the carry embedded-such as the lemon and bites of a cherry ; there were leather belting. Success attended SAMUEL T. RIDPELL, Proprietor. U. S. CIRCUIT COURT.. o'clock. ;'.U

type orange. There are vegetables in which stores Mr. him here elsewhere. His 4-isyiw .J W.SWAIM. Cashier.. ';
Among peaches, I have verified three enough. Summers could as energy 43Splendld surf bathing. Office:No. 2 Masonic Block. i-iv .t.
types: pea-h, nectarine and the the flower only is valued, and then build a saw-mill, work a plantation, and skill were felt as soon as he had .Magnificent drive of eighteen mIles on the finest I ,'.....,

1Jtll1r 1lt-Ptadz IBrvgnon-fechc., ] In the variety is preferred in which it is set out an orange grove and have z put his shoulder to the wheel. The Atlantic beach.aRefresbing. DR.. S. M. TUCKER, ASSIGNEES SALE. -1: *-I

i the cherry I have verified two types: developed at the expense: of the gen- fat living, whereas if he should build business and reputation of the house tea breezes. OFFICE : |}y virtue of an order of the U.S. District Court.for .. .;

the Heart, or i erative parts; such are double and his block it would divide the business, rapidly increased, wealth poured in, the Northern District of Florida I will offer for sale IQ.. .
Bigarreau cherry. and the highest bidder Gainesville, before tv
: at the Court ;
sterile dowers. OPEN DURING THE SUMMER. Northwest of Adams
In corner and Market
the some he values rents would be and and Marshall Jewell became Sts house door the .
: round or black cherry I believe mere nothing, a recognized on jist day of JuI.Inst.. between the vt i ,it i
; only the aroma, and then all other neither could in legal hours of sale! the,foflowing described property. ,
also decent the
there is probably another, the get a living. power community in I MCLAUGHLIN It being a part of the Assets of John Haile, Bwakmpt, .
" forge black cherry. I have properties are indifferent to him ; such This kind of talk has been going on which he lived. BOARD: RICHARD All of Section:13.and the S W j( of Section M.T:9& ..
not yet Range it E. Divided desired.:
r is the bigaradier. Frequently capricious ever since and who lead In life Mr. took Per day. |3.!) REAL ESTATE AGENT.Jocksnmillt :
succeeded in establishing those of the people off in early Jewell little Two Cotton Gin*. ,
Per from >
week.
I apricot, .plum, apple and pear. My man attaches value to monstrosities this strain are often called croakers. active interest in politics, tho gh he Satisfactory arrangements made- with t l femllie to fia.oo. ,Florida. Two .Wagons,*on*Cart and other (arming implements. -,

.". experiments have not been numerous which are useless to him, and They are a set of lazy old fogies who was an ardent supporter of General All sorts of Real Estate bought: and sold: Money invested. Terms,of Sale Cash. Purchaser to pay for Deeds. ->-.
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: enough yet. I am certain that citrus seeks, for ornament, altertd plants ofl had rather sit in the shade than! get. Taylor for,the Presidency. When the Flue livery accommodations. .Taxes paid.Titles examined. Jacksonville Fla..July 3.C.CREEL inch.1874. Assignee.7-11 tda.. "'-. ,

I'{< has only four types. which the irregular forms present into the sun and set out 'a twig or cutting Republican party was originated his I Opeii after June lit under! above lerms. 6-6 i m Runs iv remission G.to William Astor. Esq., '
New York; Ex-Gov. A. Curtin. Bellefbnte, Pa
, some singularity, such as curled up that will very soon be a large fig sympathies were warmly enlisted i in ETROPOLITAN HOTEL Lewis H. Redner. Philadelphia; W. Stokes Boyd; EMILE MOURGEQNi
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'm COROLLARY LOUIS
II. leaves, the variegation which Philadelphia:D.G.Ambler.Banker'Jacksonville. Fla.
borders tree. They are the ones who its behalf. But it was from io workin
: IlvRIps.-The very
1 ucker
mixture of species them with Henry: Bostoa.l'oIasa. 3-aS-iy-pd From Paris France,(lately Foreman of the Swell "1 2!
t I in sexual union has yellowish colors, a certain had rather smoke their pipe than plant; behalf of a party, but rather, in acknowledgment Island Dyeing establishment).
given birth FLORIDA. .
to of JACKSONVILLE 11
hybrids. The hybrid participates in drooping makes the branches, which a few, orange trees, even for their owneatif'g' I of his services as a cit / : S AMUEL FAIRBANKS, NEW DYEING AND SCOURING ESTABLISH. '.

,*: the characterises of the them graceful (Fraxinus pen They are the identical chaps izen, that' he was nominated and I Will remain open during Summer'tot the accom MENT. --5-

of which two species dula, Def. Tabl.) excrescences, or that take a big chew, of tobacco, get: elected Governor Connecticut, in NOTARY PUBLIC FOR DUVAL COUNT. Ladies and Gentlemen's Wearing Apparel. j-'l
it is composed. Thus its modadon of the travelling public and citizens aeraDr. Lace Curtains .
raggedness the ,
external physiognomy declares its pericarp of the fruits their legs well up on the counter in I 1869 and again in 1871 and 1872. lacksonville.fan. 'I7'. Lace Shawls i .i

r'gin.' It has which gave them bizarre forms or an easy position and then say, almost Thrice elected to, this high office,. he Prices .Reduced.RATEPERDAY$4 and other fine bbrici most carefully cleaned and dyed.. :J4:
no need of processes other monstrosities of such 'with Greatly A ,BUESING FQKSYTH STREET between Newman and Mar.ket } !;
w order to be known. It has sort. All a groan, "dreadful hard times," discharged his responsible duties with f-ti streets., 5-16-tf ."- 1
, denc a ten. these caprices are valued for the tableor "isn't it dull,"' "almost I universal leaving behind I >;}.'
)' to sterility. The Impossible to acceptance, Respectfully calls thelention of he dtteens and mer- :
hybrid presents garden ; but they are ,monstrosities i collect a dollar," "can't you lend mea him a reputation for impartiality and chants to t e BFAUTIFUL SOAP be manufactures. FOR ..A* E .
It is the best "
very singular phenomena. The for Washing Barber and Toilet Soap eYermade. \ <
mixture sometimes affects the sub- nature' .,, which are far away from ten till next week,"'- !nd so they integrity that any man might envy. and liberal terms by the week and m 01h. This Soap is put op. in boxes contain* 80 lbs A House and Lot.beautifully located lac City h.,
her ends. She rejects them and will croaked and andpobars. \ .1:
have been President ;,
stance croaking Unexpectedly to.himselfthe
of ever should be addressed
Order
vegetation, and then it has to \ Jacksonville. The howe U Urfi well finished, and
a fruit mixed and with not repeat them if she can prevent it. since-are now croaking and will recognizing the wide reputation of TABLE .BOARD.AT REDUCED RATES- A. BUESING. 771. ':

but which is often constant. forms; The principles propagation preserve croak. Still the buildings go up. Mr. Jewell. noraiated him on the 2oth ,-16tf Jacksonville Fla. fitted up with modem improvements. Inquire of .

the case with the Poncire unfertile.[ This lemon f Is I themselves intact in the midst of these No doubt, if one.of those real old of May, 1873, to succeed James L. The patronage: orate public respectfully solicited. Umbrellas and parasols' be had at Body's Utf C.OAK.'JacksdnviBe.FU.HEADQUARTERS ..;

'. of large alterations, or they disappear genuine croakers could of their Orr Russia.' This .. 3 / > ".'of,:
the citron and very get out Minister to wasa I -.? .
lime mixture J.n.TOGNI.Proprlctor.
? ] the copied and colored WOOD&BICK ..
fcr FLORIDA :
{ soon. But has VIEWS ,
man busied PICTURES
himself jn and -
groove come into the post-office, high position to.be attained by the April tth.1774. t, wJIII fleq'\ I : :' :: '

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THE NEW SOUTH. fcLa4iLi protluct of thercouuty,. seamd 1 .. halurrcatcd: ste eonijiand AjfvJf 4 Li--T T -
cerri was a'pompfcte failure. C. H. 1azra. You '
if fcjrally enquire, "Why? den
i ii -*-- pnlv.Lycui all, to cotton. For a nun the ber I tfcd a od 'dtFf!! oosit to No! The d ajte of the people %stbat I {*iarce wenjp-fh amlilold them 'ihatJijv1nini ftc 4t" ivile\odo! soJf 'Tut the priTtg JOLthe coimtv State.contains the highest point

i : : : z ADAMS. CARRUTH & CO. war the production incdiatfl-iu'cedin of this staple within r tHat articler mments here shall be fipn, Candid, uniCt11tt r\ not lake any stock with: them : its c1Ie I) Krabs P7rcT>Iy: the coast Quincy Tnough Is 250 but feet 31 miles from

g iiu.oo. J the limits reconciliation that shall bury factions the people were not there he- would do Smith is here. Not John nor Jim nor above the
level
f by a he of the
t>
the averaged correspondent and
county, from sea, Mount
-- -- upon course too deep for resurrection sich but Pleasant
: : : _T and establish nothing Governor Steams was llmroin ; General Smith He wh<*e inca,- ia
three four this
]. S ADAMS. LDITOR.TO hundred to "thousand boxes of lour taken will be found in our columns. the party in unity and strength. jng tp make soundjlujadj! out of the nadmed gonfalon waved in triumph over the C'otiuty 13 rnileS? west of Qumcj', i$!

: readily commanded pounds each the annually, and That -n& possible gWd could grow *.. \ .* % \ \* v / S"re>heads, that th.v; may solve the. vine-clad hills of Germany doting our "late 815 it feet 60 above feet the level of the sea, rntking -
on
thin
higher
plantations
CORRESPONDENTS OTHERS, in cash irom t -five I out of an article of that description all Let crimination- and recrimination problem ,how to get: him elected to the unpleasantness." A perfect ovation awaited Quincy. These
estimate
Item ot Local interest se oidtcd) from 11 part ofOie i went} to fifty cents I cease', and the glad tidings will be United States Senate. Well after view1iujr -- him at the wharf. it'wa..' in a bmile (do'nt are not but facts-determined

State.Inicrot AW, comniuuicaUoiik on Subject ofirenenJ per pound. The purchases were generally know, and all wondered at its appearance heralded to other couuties and rec ivtdwiih the en/wd spell thatjla.t word battle) labeled "old rye." by railroad survey. The profiles of the

CrfOTietpuiidiiii&'hhouUI, j>oi.Ully/du4utIonal, make social their and 'ndsutrik Icticr made by agents of German houses, iu tho'oig'aTiJ'and )jfi** prymiUfcre; joyj and we my soiia :ail the day U: Purniafucama snifijl : : inand*\rhilelongcr they invited, tfeivi} eUganfy! arrayed m the full uniform Jacksonville, Pvnsacoli and 'Ubilg

We bndas im Girts and circunuu>nct> ill permit. a* tent out from Jfew York and 15rem *n. and! ill-advised character of so sharp an when division and discord in the other him to lake a seat them but tiila acting -.sistant private by brevet, and railroad and all other'railrttIs i iri the
arc out rupoiiMble fur ; The advantage this among his StatP show this
great Shoulder
op'i'n
expressed by our attending counties shall strap glittered Jifce new tin .tea to be the highest
in bt.done.away .wilh! .acd the his usual point
curretpoodctitt. Major
Rejected nummcnpu ca fteither' nexv enterprise was that the onset a Stale .aud..National official good humor,:told dtstarit in'ihe This
; principal pot on a bill. turned same. will
be The"piif.ce
mumed when Leon one account
preserved. Aaut.moui contributions will not only be the banner r rthem that he did not in the ; for its
rill out IM noticed. labor rt'quirdtosae.ztntI house theCrI paper is best fcho\yn by the information Care toro up the 'tamed
oot.the !
> : : ; 4, ; county in point of numbers but tho mayor ; ,county commiisioners unsurpassed- .ithfulne' 9.-Journal
to be '
I ;
-of
synagogue seen men.'Tliey
) came"on between th'e'lH'ying by the receive'ddf the 1)rplblontire sofvencyof exemplar the turned out, and since then most of them JfASSAff COCTTT.:
great of of '
coUotfcrop and the "season blessings party quarreled among themselves n white and have beetf turned out of office. Cremation
"picking Here end- in
Yho
pf liadk. Fernandina.
Call
for So'much *. The .
: a. malice unity.
Conven.tipn.
; gootl was then: took coun
,
the name, and the handing and boxing ; ; up a resolution) -and adopted L eth'the first lesson. '' ty Commissioners have

Call FirM for a and Republican bicond ConRre Congressional kional Convention iJIstricu for uf the the preparatory to sending to market, could ,Ihrown away. The, fpllowng| is. the 'This certainly is truthful and ..forciblyput. it, .while some person bad the floor,; the I am tired.-born: so-never 'outgrew It.- 000, worth of redeemed"cremated"bonds and $2?.

Iatc OUi4M. j i be done only in damp And rainy weather telegraphic dispatch; of the; Savannah \S.'are afraid, that our reputation substance, of, ,which was. The:.bejter to I never will. Undoubtedly,) 000 worth ol .scrip. The bonds, $ ,-
By virtue of the authoril> ve.tcd in un, by the RctwUiean secure the ,so'rc-heads and bakers of jKRABS were
when lie
State Central Committee,a Convention will be ( labptcrs could not be em1 Aduertiscr-nepublican :- as "the greAt pacificator" isin 1 danger, Leon not (Inn for T? rnsre.
'I held in the I irt Cpnifctsiciial. 1 '| ployed In out-door xvurk., Jt county. Go'vcrnor 'Stearns was Colored
Uistriit
of un the nth'4i. ,, thu3HcameM TUE rUEEUJI.VN'.Jf 15ANK VAT DOLLAR but we say.amen to what is thus quoted j called strikers are rioting at Fer
to
) August A p. ripen
1874 at iitJick M, at the Cpivi be b&ta'blUlicd by the cotton planters de'liVer'lhy benediction. State News. nandina and
in the Ciiy ot T.lLhutM*. Convention fur the I a$ the I FOR ,DpLLR.Vashlngtdn and as Ihe first division of Republicans who said.,peace be wilb ybo but meant 0 compelling laborers who
Second an ilrarp avails of ,
Concreskicnal which were
*
UuUiict
will be held at the Court as Juty.JThe comtniseionWs working at reduced
to
room in tbc City Jacksonville, at the same time '1 he a general thing more than paid tlw en- to settle up1 ttu-atTairs t the- in Leon'county was'caused by t he''at disorganization'bo with ihe'lRepuRlican ? i-The following. Where are the militia ? wages quite
of
Outlct aj'purtS.imm-m.it fixed by the Committee fur the several I I tire expenses ofrtUvrpliuii.ixon| witliviUjT'Jin Freed tempt' of Steam's1 ;ahd others : pnrty.no\v; and forever until I get civil 'were made The depth of ,
to appointments
IK a t itowil; Vint. IXxticl. Icint&& man's Saving and Truj-t Company carry elected the Lfcited [ during water in front of the
1 5., Sanu kosa j, \Vuhon llolmrc i M athingnin i, ,] the slightffet degree, operating "to cur* are 'busily engaged in''examining 'the that 'cou ty against The then 'exstin to ,States Senate, and Ja-st'week : -' '" Centre Street wharf Fernandina ha
J.tcLccn; Q. Cilhoun t. Lilwtiy t, Gadsdeb il I II tail reinstate the old Jacksonville But *
Franklin t lie staple of ring ,
7 ) crops Cotton ami look of thti Dade -W. Watkln lucks to considerably increased
county
\\cVulla 3, Leon *Jcfi'crwn it. LuUctie z. lay"rt.livyf proVi institution, and will in he Republican'Stale'Government it is a1Iiere are for Purraan first by the action of
5o'ns. This culttird going Pur-
$ > "was peculiarly .
t I! | almost be justice the
enMiii<1o t, HilliburoLjh 2, bumtcr a, ci'urseof3 few dtys i>sue a circular to of the peace. propeller of the 'Keebler. The
fidlc cutidougrc.iiaI I, Man..tcc t,i Munroe,, L entirely conliye*! to Gad d* n county, those, iiUerefted.teiviqg an approximative ) proper that'the Sentinel should. man last and Purma'n all'the time. ,.&ura -David Brown, to be auctioneer steamer has been engaged in the work

Bradford lircvard llistrict. Alncliua 9. Caler f, whose toil and climate;( seemed peculiar thus strongly,lead in the diruction. MANrVuTEnSi ; J. C. Greeley to for several days. Observer.
f. I. Clay >.Columjia| 4, Duval 9,, ,bUiteuient of what they cxptft to be opposite benotary public. -
Ziade! i, Il.-n.i tiii ;', Mjnmi 6 M.din ly adapted to production of this article i, : Franklin ,
t 7. Na BU 4., able to do, and urging them not to sacrifiCb '-Robert G. Baker, to be _-- _
Orange I, Pumaa i,t>t Jouu Suwjuinot. : and The Frecdman's
a. ], Volusu i. to its introduction as a nexvetaple their' ''claini' Banic. county commissioner
Iu cinicr but retain re-appointed.
t secure a f.r c.mvcraion anil themif
I ,
FinttiirccU.iror! to guard was: t>hc mainly; imlebted for her 'Editor a/ The A'rar Salk- Allow constant Deade 'Qadsden1 Samuel l Domestic News.
fraudulint npn Rcntation, the 1.1luwuig !- possible, until* the affairs! ot t the institution -StNATOit a Ilamblin. to be I
; refiuUiiunt with tvrd to delrgte .nd alter rapid iucieaae in muteviul wealth CONOVEIt'STILINSt'ORTATIOISrEcir.ThepCech of both the titjf: papers *paci <>r a few thoughts on the
prior vice
( ran be tuninged.'VvLcu it is county treasurer, George WV Dismukt -'
recent er.of
nate* LYe U:n && 'ted. 'iid rauit be ftncll expcctnl sloppirg o the Unittt'j eiEturill chutrbu-
wltb.a: ) cwnipiicitlic t And tin to the close of the late war.- and that neatly the whole amount of the delivered in the liun box ia i its CCVet rather mucUlaneuus ami not, over *. failed to quality.' NEW TOUK.,

t ;; ,fht'r citizcno wer.tit condition to incur claims wil) be. paid.AN United States SensJb by Senator Conoveron find r'an.tilt Anything irtfe *!c limtn th* frffAm ,n'* ink, When ittf Manatee-Georga Patten, to be notary July 1C.-The 'Xeics says the questior/
c li\entioii ;; objetuanable in the trw StmtJt we know '
it it illuwcdnd. ; the
.-'. lf..m drcgtc! i* sbscnt Ii1 ifltemate expense, they would doubtless! the feasibility, and desirability'6f pretty nearly to hom it U attributable, but the editorial public. f ; of a legal, separation, of Mr. and Mrs

r tkl.e hit f'l.icc in tin convention, a.d in c.icc any coun may be ready to erect a monument to the Ixr! KiMENT WORTh TKYIXO. canal the department of the Union &like nothing.o much, as JVTa sar-J. C. C, Jones, to be justice I Tilton is now in the hand of:Mrj N. B,
ty U t not fully r.prr u.lrd. the or
t..i peace O. Donald formerly
; to be Judge of the
|i. tem m.-.y cst the tote ol the com t\ i.Smith The following is Irom United States the Tor what miy be dropped In, and, of course U as misceaneou !- Court"of
3rd. 1 he Ri-uibiican Count Coiuniittee of tech I now tlcceHScd, more deserving probably most comprehensive and/ ![ ) in character a rtLepiacle of Pittr't pence. actioncer. Appeals. Judge Marz U the stepfather

rounty day will < all. their convention )giving ut least fifteen I]L of the homage and approbation <,f postcrity Agriculi ural Report 1SQ9, page 416, and at ""the same time the most compact pre Its borrowed caption also, like,'ilnd much might ofitswit, after, the and fashion cuttnt5 of, sKuulJ be, Orange-S. C. CeasTcy to be justice! : of Mts, Tilton, and has been her hus.
uulicatu.ft HI the Jfarftr
(1ckg.te.! and itltern tui mon fcaine be at elected lub contention and the dele the Jian are: those which h-ive been is so simpleand easily tried tve wish! sentation of the whole,argument on this be called "the ditor'4 riy Chair.". of the peace, vice A'.'S. Spear removed. band's intimate friend lot many years.

t gate an!alternate so elected oiubt receive creJet ti.k designed to pyipe.tu.-itc the deeds of. militaiy eoir.c ofour sulisciibers would make the question that h'aever Freed It is pou ble that Mrs. S.'wrote the editorial on the Santa'liosa-Cyrus Sn idgrass, t > be July 18.-It i 14 ackn6xvledged that
man.'J
be'engiveriin Bank, but the of her attack
the anmua
one
.igned by Cluirm
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and
chieftains. uponministcra"
Secret while
of the Yale
ry conten conimis iuner .vice Frank at first hail
county Smith and for
tion by whU.h experiment and! let and their pet schemes.harOly consols v litt > a long
know
tiny the >
w crc elected. us result. document. While
Chairman of il.c KijmUiotn Omiitj hndrcniflcSiy Committee the With the change in the system of ngiricultural .! it is too valuable not the devout interest which she has exhibited in all church ct'mnismnrtedcerk;: circuit courts time maintained the lead in the UniversitRace -

4lh. No proxies uiil be iilWcJ in UtciCunvemJon, labor, induced by the results It would seem from tlie nature of t7ieScuppernong to be given to our subscribers, it istop matters and with her- moving addresses at olie Stanton NEW l'oS-ltOUTES.-Tbe : still by various accident Co
School which -
have
ty Aden which.te*they in-i .iltcriMics reprcM.nl.must be residents iu the coun of) the late' scar, the culture of the "Cuba vine if any vitte could long to print ic our regular issue, and determmc irutlicncci; many to flight a time 1 he and editorial off put h i the*marled,most po t-route.s in u1oni$. were ,taldisheil following lumbia shot ahead and was entitled to

$ih A copy of the crcdcntUiU mutt 1 be sent by the Tobacco'e" Iras been almost entirely be propagated in this way t1ittit could.Two' we shall), at no distant i by a (and cner-U lack of acquaintance with the origin char- i'r Congress at the late session From' the first prize. Much dissatisfaction exists
day of
vjiairmaa of the tibat doned publish | ip ac icr history the lUnk here and eUetthere, and i
Cvnimutoc 1 but this and
there !
County to lennts Kigali, abandonment, will Ut talk! uf rnorim ,
Sxxa-cUry of the State v.cmrl Committee v.iJiout delay, be of w6eks, is puffici h't tor the experiment. a feupulcment of*1'HE NEW.SOUTH, with'a a a simple act; of justice,.I:ItbUe to''call attention' to Brooksville. via Stare Fond.'to Cnrstal the
(mly duration eiteiitial ccts
for 1t over.
to I allaluiMtcc., trmpuray 1s connet'tedwitK in orizia and the course river Monticello to
Tl.ebccitt.iry of the emphatically the ., sufficiency of extra taken by the lirancn here.: J Perry C urt-honsu ej Indian
Sulo Central numbers hostilities
Cc.ima.ttcc uil! 'jioorzian'l cropfcas 1'GItAPE to re Cetlar via on an extensive scale
The Keys Witlilacoocheeriver
tntkeitp a roil! of the delegates circled f. the VILS FIIOM: trecdnEtii' Savings and Trust Company was ; to ,
u of the j every member of the family, from six LEAVES. spond to calls that inaugurated for the and -H3 u ual, attended with
convention tt thur tunp rary organization from the a any -maybe mad. special purpose of securing tu their bumtenille; Palatkn to Ha\v Creek every con
list rtpjltrd to him iy the hah mao i.f the County 3 cars of t age and upward/can/ .be.) profitably Mr. Harris, of Vest Virginia,, for- As. we.have, been credited families the 'back pit'' and bounty" of colored Munticello to Qtiitman iu ; ceivable atrocity. Actual warfare i is ex-
with soldiers
the Georgia
Otninitter aiio .ill c.ctw. and iiUernatcn >.o n ported employed) in cither., tho cultivation wartls a .statement to the effect that certaingrape1 &ho.might' uu In baldeijor otherwise die, ; isting in Texas and the Indian
thework"was
ilij end to be done by the and voluntary Willianir-bur to Kose Head Territory.
pmcntinK prx-pcriy cc tifud credcntLU wi'l be authorship ,of:this excellent ] unpaid ; Ocala, via
coni>idcrcdm>fr.. cutiUid to sc u the or preparation ol the article for m.nket.- ; vines tvire ru\vh from lea\ es. speech, it service 'of rpends; the-Government "thus prapi !ng Sand Spur and Adumsville to Leesbnrfir TlJlLADELPHIA.Nd .
report of the committee on credentials. pcnoing t The topic's of Tobacco .Fruit iiftd The leaves bt'ing sjrjpped from vines I may not be improper for us to say that toiprytcctiand, make effluent the proffered aidf, n<} ; '
itlltlecetbury pr puraiiviis turtle .. taking'eontrvl'Df all funds advanced exchanging iu PintLe\el to FoiL O dtn ; Jlouticello further developments In the abdnctlon
mde by the Suite Central Committee convention and dcl'Ratci ill L": Cane, us matters of substantial interest and the buds placed iii sand pivpaicd. for then: I j we' saw it for the first time in the 'Con- bond therefor. It wait, an4 was. intended $fc or.a prr.Ci. Bclfville; Le.csIurg to,()call ; Eucbe einna &.tse. -
luJding pnpcrly certified crcdcntiulu the and loots parted outlivm the !I i 11 tic;>l phibnthrophy, as mUch si> as the Chrh.uanMd
firt
for Cun- 1 to citizen who grcss'ional Jlccord. In response to the L banitiry Comraiwcins, the ute the 16 AtfohPs iliH.s ; Kucltfeanna toJIu.he'y CHICAGO.
gresbLJ1iaI iJistrict, wTJl report tvi the tnt.mlicn. of tlie; t every regards the genera stem of the leaf. The process i is to take Agencie or Treedman's ,

CongreMtional Mate Cent I Committee L>i iric., to present the Ctwirnun, and lor jtI the Second y: welfare, will icceive continual at- the leaf and give iLa, quick jeik djownfi.waul 1 printed 'circular'of'- Senator' Conover we I i Originally Aid Socictlc intended to close with thc wi.r, the, IKJ! .,, Bend; Brook'sritle Hall to Clear1WateMIarbor .J July 19.-The citizens are taking pubv

of the Committee before the hour fikcdfor the i-cvreuiy a<*etrb-jt'tntioii' jn thcXMv this bieuk itoS'cloaeio, tjieMi'in !I| ,luniished some of the statistics, \\bich tessncssr and absolute needs uf the Frcedtntn imptrn-': ; Or'ange to Camjj1bcllton lie action to prevent the erection'of any
ling of the SOtTI1 lively required iu coniiniuucc, but for iu future .;' Vernon to PointVit .hin
convention and r.ccit'e from c' si.pp.Srt { more wooden
them orine.
: It is theu put into the ?unil for I are ingeniously! it bust buildings within the fire-
ofaduiikH to the hall of their rcspei t ve coW vcntkza. -. arranged ivith other Wly upon Its ow n r'c'iburccJi independent f gj'vrnrodiu Etonf.ih toVaido;, Saint Marks to Saint limits
ri. C.Lr. *S( ''N, about lourteen tlays, at the end ot w hit h I < aj, And a* this tlf support did not cousiii ,, and to remove. those alrerdy
Chairman Republ.can State Central Committee. No Race Question in this District. Little it will) haxo.root. aud.a Carted |[ matter to constitute au exceedingly vaiJ with) the retention of all its funds by,the Government, at Theresa, James Island; Sanford' tvLike there. ,
top J liable and her the low rate of from;t J 7 j-To per cent.; hs charter wax&i J, ssup.
,
Tlie influtunial.lf and ilau after which it paper, v.we .are to" '
should ARKANSAS
ei ouseutuli- be Irnn'-jJaifted, J sorry amended as to release a portion of its fund and,allow ,

The Best Florida tionol political matters iu our sister State either in ihe jiursyry or in pots and say, our responsibility'for'so good a their investment in other specified directions and amounts DEMOCHATIC COM-VITTEEMEETISG.: -,, It is reported that ,the Constitutional
Tobacco : ,The {/Mum
Brings $75 seems to have .niconc.vcd
the The
whole ,tciuucratic) Executive Com- Convention will declare
grons rapidly. speech ends.PERSONAL. .. tjt-ttj all the publio
per zoo Pounds.So Alabama from the and ill character.and scvpe of the Jlank' 1 here, HAS no such '
unnecessary ; arrani>ementa a Parent Batik with'branches of inde miLieu met in the Monroe building, ia offices to be vac-ant.

saiJ Senor Gilo to us in n recent advised fpringingof race question and SILK .CULTUKI:.-W inserted in our pendent character and management;but the wbulc jyttera this city, onTbuisday, to take action. JL STUANGfi STOUT ABOUT IKJCKRAY.

t coiivfT&Jiion ; JUH! this is the price :it llhe arraxing tin opposite t-ides of all the issue of balurday Ih'c J8ih inst. valuable MATTERS IN TIIILASC amcu.-.tkg comprised in all one'to-Dank upwards, with various of thirty local every Receivcra.'one cf ia regard, M callinjf Conventions 'to :New York. July 17.-A Havana letter

,
which the firm are compelled to supply wont prejudices and passions; of both a UNION.-Tho Union in its hut i3. uc, except whom:acted itriuly In ubnjvnc! p>Speciti ia-.irnctians nominate- candidate* for Congress. The say it ioUviiw ta anjr ono faauliar
: and cxmpendious'accottnt' of the front tne! Ian!; In Washington. In these, tn in other connulttce with the
tlit'iiiMhcs with the rioiMa. tolirtccti(, for races;, should irrcfet'Uid fix the attention the space: paid her, by I the United branches the tsubttsl.rncnt) of each nt*< local receivership divided with two Sub pr District Spanish chz.i'aaer, that Utere

Iheir firpt-claFs f method* of rai-ingand feeding and caring Status;, -in J by exorbitant%) charges: levied cntjiled an expense over cartings for. a time couiniiilee The. name& ''of the baa been,quite an amount of Spauih n.
cigart., tuning il, at this of the politicians of our State. Certain Running at the smallest
; for the Mlk-worm possible rate of expense pay members for the committee tlie first trigue at work in the case of F. A
S rate in the New York i f.tcts that: have been as a tax UJHUI the. business of the comniuaitv. ing salarIes only to the cushier and atsisttits,ai.J these district ,
innikcl. lie MVS.ai.so are apparent that should! irovern adoiiled with! receiving only from &> to fits per uonththcre was popMbibility are : P. B_ Brokaw. of Leun. E. Duckray, the American reeenlly stnten- '

IIIHI rkJJi! in IDC art 01 curing I he the couise of parties and of indhMu.iKNo success in California. is mainly7 occu'uitd with ntr.sonal .. sccurinij "m.>lcl banlteW,"who could not A. Perry, of Et. anilia.J.F. McClelian, veil to death, Tho following Is the substance -
I'erbaps h.i article can be1 found which attacks be had for Jess than from Jjoo to,#joo per,month., py of Jackson, S. Pa-cu Jefft-rson ot the
E
Kepresentatiye P. testimony which tIe
grand( w-cret of tnikfnj: the cultivation whitf I'putali.ti{ : can the upon Walls these low eSter afon?.*''roc 543>"to J30,000 were saved Span
of Cuban carr3r in the *.ame space gives a larger amount and upon the editor and local of THK annually to thc general management.aggregating.a total -* Dismnkert, of iJiflen, \V. II. ViIon, ish HUihoritiea arc uing to complicate
tobacco prufi'nl in this | Secoi.tI iitriet. Walls : savins of .
State do $279.1
can it. No of useful &10.1'ronibited of Leon. W 1). Cash, of Jlonroe.n Mt'r- the oes
information. :
_-_ _- r intiin-ically il iso i <|ual, when properly j colon d Republican' : can be elected in the v.-dtiablc! treatiiu practical the The NEW SOUTH. Tha burden of its ACCIISH- siaXing fund,by or lu as charter a prvvisian from any a oiptt'accumulation;* possiL'c.tor reverse t Muse, ot Gadsdm, and (J. k. U\ke. A Cuban named Verona was arrested

cured, to :hc best Sjisuii&li tuliacco.Urjrtd Firnt District ; but a un.iuonJuriuan! on citrus, copied f lions is thai Walls i to a supporter of corruption it has, by the law of Congress .been continually Sr., of Leon. The names of the second at Munz.millo recently, and a declaratiuii -*

from that excellent paper) Our Jbmc, if not sharer drained of la resources to pay tp the general rmnage- district arc N. A. Hull of DuvaU obtaineJ from him
a in E..N.
funds embez- by the Fiscal
by the /'xaii'iou of their own for his second term will! probably elect ment, and with little reference to lucid exigencies, a : ta
_ ? Luhincss Journal, of New Orlcaus, is drawing z.ed, that tho editor TiiK TcAV SoL'THis higher rate of interest than iu 'uieam and buMnes Che.-ttr, of Nuaau B,.F. Ward law, oft 1 the effect that he was present as the ',
to pruude a more conM-nienl him, and, under the circumstances', he wquld justly fjive Allowed.. But In this tulure to be al*' MadNon, Chandler- Smith, tit .Mudi llon>e of the United States
heavily Consular
_ _ and a tnoru atxuulaiit! for their can; nioie than very upon our ppaco ; but the a liar and that ihe local i* an as:!. ways prepared fur any chance emergency the blame ( R. Anno in Manzauiho
tnjiply carry strength any other I intiiiiMf impoi of certiiiJy cannot be fiictd nporf the focal officers who at' 'p.v' ol Duvaf, A. Doggeli. agent on the evening*

-- wants, Si-nor GaU, who (tilly understands -J while Iiepulilican.) The satisfaction; ( of lance silk-culture i is so We are not di-po'ed to follow iu vulgar ways act under nuccili inrijTuctions. I lural.and; F. McLeod, 'of Columbia. that Dockray arrived there last, anS
great, and its probable: success in this The Jacksonville Agency, like the others was without ,1 Koch conwiitiee has the that he tlieu learned
example' by in of that,
all the procpssi-s involved, | colored >otcrsxith (the nominations tobo indulging personal the mctnl lo give a compensation that w'tiid command I piwer nuraluig Dockray was
from the Stale, tis demonstrated by the actual experiments retorts, iit' being naturally inclined to the set vices oi "mod I bunker*of U'ue experience,"and the time and place for holding the sent to Cuba by,the United t>ute* Go -
sou 5ijuf) the seed, to the culling m ide i s absolutely] iaili&punsible to made as did !11 the others, worked dntlrefy un-Jer the \Vaah.iflt4)a -jcoiueylioii in tae district represented erouient, to obtain! information about
by man in this immediate such Dy
-f ihu finest } courses, nor deeming defense direction, arxl 6v ycosi5ncditseif to a very I
wrajiptr, has promised the ejection! of Republican Congressmen I vicinity.ind the' any successful discharge of its ow a special work.. But when it. Su.sequ zitly ih'ecommiUfor the 4 the war, and he s>aiJDockray had letters

to fiirtii&h u with: a can-ful description ii: tither distiiet and in hiotli.' The colored ( ; | interest iu the of character in cessary in thi comiiiunity the only ttlierkiaj banking cstabtishntentwent do'an, 'I fir. t district,met, and there being ama F crediting hm: in such capacity, although

of all the UifTcifnt l Flcjis tube taken inpropcily t voters xvill be satolied in the next vhole tubject felt by so many of our where both have Jivw l so long. Neither, ,there Agency was hcrt a pns.-mg to negotiate duuanj the made lumber upon and iheFrccdmao'Jlijrcantrlc paper joiity of the members present, >it was ho 'did not see them. Whether'VaroQa'a

_ $ .i people is so great that attention, and are we disposed to that of the ci y, and thus temporarily assist the" two determined to call the Nominating'Convention declaration is a deliberate invention if

cuililg <*nr lobacco so as to election xxitli tho ju'uhen ineymbetits, space given to il are well employed.Ve can bu occupy fpace IcaJi g interests upon wh.th our local prysperity' so for this district to meet at Tal-! is impossible to say at tow time. The

_ make it uioct i rofiiablc. In thn course one white and one colored, and: will tri \ fchall begin in better, employed' in discussing entirely busiuc dcuen'ied was presented i'Le pressing to the necessities Bank autfcofiu of our local >it. 1ahia.se (In the 18lh of August. The Captain General ku accepted the statement
issue
oi the Fall acd Whiter Mr. Gatt will uinpliantly: sustain and elect them, but cur next the the great social, political and natural Washington who 'ndcd "You s
.1 personally visit Mi-UHc and Wc-t Tlor- will not su. tain or elect anything le?*. the publication of a careful compilation ol interests of the State, in personalities; plausibility aa4 force, ct/mplain your that titirrrs youf sending wfiVeiitrat mil meet in Jacksonville on the 24ih inst., the American Consular agent, to quit.

ida and tlhtiil/utc information in reference 'to silk-cul that are offensive to all.1 If 'thd Union your1 money here works an injury to your local interests. at which time the call for thv convention the Islant'I'in twenty days, the mandate.,

to \\howill uiulcr- The following language, taken Troni theSinlinire ture, which has appealed in "the therefore" tlo ohat'yu cat to heip j.tv*'total interer1 in that district will bo issued.Sentinel. .- styling him Vice Consul of Germany
reports can enjoy iho of all the Thus, direii ,
take the tulture of Cuba airing foul linen hy autliori/atioq, a change,of policy
tobat-co, a sufficiency last attack Walls and although be also represented the Consu
I upon euibtidies of the Agricultural Department. It has it hear an enlargemcnr'of business scope wa inaugurated
of the best genuine Havana I 'it contemplated PolicY that is can of, it may be assured of an in rc p.inic to the urgent and repeated demands of our COLUMBIA COUNTY. lar interests ot England and the United
I
been selected business
and
own
tobacco seed. doubly fraught with danger. It ; arranged by one ofour uninterrupted monopoly in its agreeable The paper of men.one firm employing directly from fifty A convention to elect delegate to the States. He sailed a short time ago and

At tlie says: correspondents; who never neglects work.In to one hundred men, and whose continuance involved Congres ional' Convention in this city, ia now in Jamaica.

prcM'nt lime perhaps no subject The party in nvt ncccusarilij compelled an opportunity) advancpthe interests its attack the subsistence of more than three hundred men, women will be held in Lake City on August 6lb. -
is better worth upon Walls it endeavors and childrn, and those almost entirely freedmen,
-- special attention from to hacti out ukile man for Congress. IfUic of the State and who is intcrchted in the by certain affidavits had already been diihoi>,red. The intervention pf the. A corn stalk containing'thirtytwo Foreign News. '

Florida! planters than the cultuic of Cuban \ people so dclcmiittcj there aiv good : and counter affidu- Krcedinan's Bank, extending their p.ipcr from six to ears of corn, is thQdelight of Lake City. '
colored men both work and entirely competent to direct, \ its, to establish by twelve months, operated directly, in this instance, to
ja t'tslricts. implication JEKPERSOS COUNTY.
tobacco. It i is no novelty iu this a relieve! a snull army freedmen,and the general business
Stale and bas If the thus indicated attention to the practical l points. special responsibility the part of of this vicinity was materially! assisted. Many Monticello has a "Calico Base Ball CANADA.
l always yielded n success course and commended The compilation will be other cases could easily be cited.. Club." July 19.-The Dominion Board of

prupoitlonate to the earn and skill bestowed. prevails: ) the rct.u1t will ccitainly fcix atlicles published in Walls for and his connection with a certain deep-laid The rninons schemes effects of upon banks of fraud,rascality and The County Grangers have been ban- Trade are divided, in their opinion in ret
; whuli will sa indling,'ite not so entirely unknown "
In urging thi! > culture be that by the direct instigation of the appear regular embezzlement of United States in the history of banking as to create special onettinT at ilonticello.Kobert rirrl rr rh R&c4rmreieitv TrvAfVSornA
upon in our issues, beginning with the funds wonder that the tacksonville Aencv ha. _ the Georgia planteis, the Savannah: 4d.vcruscrzepuwwan I ofUcial and pei>onal organs of Licutcn- next. by a defaulting postmaster, ut>- trie same lU1u.Ui.ns. Luke,other similar msai.uutws. it and William Leopard of Barber the Reciprocity being opposed' to

ti1-: ( 'cnor Steanis the Tttct2' 'ris preservation of the article already pomted, as it says, upon Wall's recommendalion. has had its misfortunes, but no benefit can arise ta any Hill!, 'indulged in a duel last week. treaty.
l rtceniiy bai I : qtiestiotz' from overstating Its leases, and fort* of them William
published, and of thosw now announced exigent was killed. The coroner's jury
Many with all its dh slrcns We also have in our possession are unwise and can only do mint-hicf. The Jacksonville July 20 All. is decree
3 cars agi' tobacco was a staple consequences will is recommended to all who feel interest Agency owes its depositors at the prtsciit time not over rendered a verdict justifiable homo- Spain by declared
a production in Gtorgi.i; and a profitable be sprung upon the people) of the State; an -_ other affidavits which we will f 37.000; and if, as the Examiner of the Government cide. to bo in a state of srige, and all

-. one until Fiipcrcodcii, iilmost cntirel b I in t-ilk-culture, as a matter ot lit- publish in the next NEW SOUTH and says it Can, it pays 93 per cuit. only,tnere, will be a Carlit property is sequestrated to respond
ALACIIL'A
} } ar.d, secondly all possible loss COUNT",
of elect
to
di.poiit
hope tIe
the cultivation trouble that will well. *'rs .4'y per xnt. on that am jurrr, which
'>f cotton. As cotton pay which in connection with those published is $1.590. v'nhin the last twdve mouths the indebted The Gainesville City Counoil have bad to heavy penalties. Government
]j1ar.ling liai ccard to !be icinuncrati\ct ing a Republican) Congressman from ness of the Agency here has been dinuuUhed by more will not permit retaliation In kind for

iu the bi1e_ in which it is conducted j either diatiict xvill be destroyed. Oa the ANSWERS TO THE SENTINEL.-Thcro in the Union give the data for au irter- than $100,000, and the value of the Utnk-baildihz and all the street awnings' removed The the, atrocities committed by the Carlists
why j is one uigument the NEW SOUTH esting narrative its furniture is Lirly estimated at ; joco, whtlj the interest poor street loafer has nowhere to rest,
may not Gcoigia ro back to the cultivatfon other hand, general acqiiiesence and uses explanatory of recent paid to depositors by the'Agency hasexceeded and PARIS.
ot tobacco? She had a soil and climate to > indicate its farni ire, which is panic.: transactions and! running back to the $10,000.IhU : no protection from the burning rays July 20.-The Ministerial crisis still
quiet xvill iolloxv the of
re-election of the .
the .
ularly comical. That Agency during the time of its operation, has sun.Gainesville '
adapted to its irrouth and cultiva paper says the time of the celebrated handled more than in and continues. General Cissey will probably -
post-office rob Jj.oeo.ooo money, although in
milk
tion and the Jon;; a nd s<'itt)11ttk. : falls present incumbents. AH possible[ danger proprietor! of the Sentinel, "when he in having oftun from 1500 to iSrxropen accounts at a time, rejoieeth a rnan be appointed Minister ad interim of

in !Iiis M'ction tut admirably r-uited from tho agitation of tho,race ques- charged: Senator Conocr with embezzling bery this city, and perhaps adding involving an immense amount of care, labor and rev who delivers milk at eight coats per the interior The Legitimists oppo
to
has
the curi"g oI the d. lion will $3fl9.63 of the money of the somewhat lo the ,clues already! ponsilihiy not been extravagant in its salaries, the quart. the organization of MacAIahon
wet J'iorida tobat co be avoided until, like other pos- average comrxruatk/n tf its:Cashiers not having exceeded powers
was larg h used prexions to the 'poor children, had $2,78(5( of that veritable SL-ssiun for the, final unravelling of the $1,300 per'annum. PUTNAM COCN'rY.Paittka and the l)ucr iler Brogue has failed to
war 4 dangerous questions, time and event'sshall school money in his Whatever may have been 'the misfortunes of the is building a bell tower forty form
for tho own
pocket'
maiiUfactureof cigars both on1 the as mysteries of. that notoriously uuinvcstigatcd Agency here, th<;effect of iu,operations has secured lo feet high. it Ministry.
account of its color and quality. Since quietly arrange them without collision cost of a single ollici.iladvertisement nine out of every ten t>f its colored depositors comfort It is rumored that a motion'! 'for the,
and and while criticising the letter ca c. able and independent homes, for which they are in The County CMnmissioners have ordered
that time the demand has increased and xxilhout danger.If debted restoration of the Monarchy will be inroduced -.
in mt'sI casts solely to the operations the a new safe and are the
the demand \vill continue to increasu on as is rumored and suspected the acknowledged the met of having the : Agency. It {Is true that 'modcl.bankers" might,have Courthouse.As painting [ at the session ol this day.

account of the troui les in the i island money in possession." Precisely so. -. ; Tht Greatest Farce ofthe'Age. been more fortunats in the,management of the Agency,
Cuba which : of above significant hint is dropped expressly The proprietor of the Sentinel did, and but "model bonkers" arc not variably i either hun- a whole, Putnam county is us
have iuteifcrcd with the TALLAHASSEE cst or fortunate: I care not to attempt a defense of all RAILROADS AND STEAMERS.
healthy as portion of the State. The
to does July 18 ,
1874. any
on
cultivation id t the plant. JJcfore the urge an extreme Republican acknowledge the receipt of ihe Editor that Way havq been done in .the management v( the '
Ohio and other Wcbteiu war course that it may result iu the election of money (cciip. rather.) And what f it? New'South:-Tho last issue of Agency here, or elsewhere, but am firmly convinced. western part of the county has always '
tobucco was For the life of us the Tallahassee- Sentinel contains a column that the thousand benefits that have been bestowed, been noted foritshealtldu'lness ; also on OF SEHEDULE.
can't
considered an Inferior article*, but it is Henderson to the House, and Westcott to connection there is, between we bee what or more d.-voted to the roconcilia- even through in this its operations, upon, the formerly friendless helpless,, and the rolling pine'lands at San Matco anti 0HANGE
In demand our receiv community comparatively class
now, for the farmers in thohe the Senate Stearns fails, then the only ing puyTor work done the lion of the Republicans Leon county" of freedmen, far more than'counterbalance any losses at Dunn's lake-also on the banks of the
sections ( account
have ,
: learned the art of cui ing by Thc that may occurs even if put at their And I seriously St Johns The Dictator withdrawn
consolation will be that the Republicans are united! in worst. where,there are no swamps in steamer having been lor
and packing it. If Counictieut i no worse Conservatives way, was approved by'the editor ofIbtf our object to any-effort,through thee public presS to Summer repairs, ,
,
can and cloie '
county, would bo at if it proximity to Jhe dwellings. Or- '
ruihe tobacco ate to be in NEW SOUTH, then Secretary of the peace werenot'for play upon fhe apprehensions-ut the fircedmcn and to
put so
profitably li l there any f prominent bchool hoard,) and Conover's the Sentinel ami ,iu mrn *'Fii- excite their aninvjuitiec again an'innritutiorr to which angu MUU( on the east bank of the St. Tlid STEAMER CITV POINT,
I ca>on w hy Georgia should not tlo it positions. "Healing day." they owe so much, because by just so much assth-h'S
too? The
Illinoi Iowa _ _ the school Hind. It doesn't exonerate bolters and sore-heads of course hall injure the Uink,by so much their danger Johns Uas healthy a place as one need
*, Wisconsin ilinncbota ,r I.... "** ; _,.!h and :
our for.
Conover, does il ?-bchttnel.It county called a convention lo meet e kt-t.s.'d vri Palalka is a favorite and CATTAIN J.V. FITZGERALD
and California, have all gone into the Editorial Notes. on ihe, 25th day of July, in the of From others/a hostile'crulci tn t.bows that least city been anticipated, but from the editor uf the
at
VtiiiM better
a .tt.flt I '$ t'PUfl'.A $2,780 of tho83.1C9.C5 Tallahassee Wilt, until further noticeleave; CHARLESTON
U t the in abundant and e
uric. ci lu.' at Court-house, 'at 12 and more honorable treatment is justly due.' I of good quality. e-j

experiment has' been faithfully and In THANKS TO UMOV, AND SIT1XEL-; which, the Sentiiul alleged o'clock M, The .regular Republican Youn, ', .: .-ft J. ,-PalaLka Jlerald.SU TUESDAY eveninr.aDd SAVANNAH every WED,

telligently. \\o made need it hw: resulted profiunblv. Gralcful lo the Tallahassee organs and Jl r. Conover to have appropriated, was County Executive Coramiltee had made : WANSEE''COUNTY. NESDAV, HoriJa. arnving in JACKSONVILLE;
at the South a diversi their cull before hand Fernandinaisms.: ,
fied agriculture, and the cultivation of particularly to tl.e Union, located here, paid by him lo the proprietor of the t Republicans in. their, several and ordered (hat ': ,Jl>lYVlSt, l8j4 Whisky is fen enting -tbe minds of every THURSDAY.

tobacco oflcrs'd neasy and promising field for tho liberal adicrtUemcnt of our paP ticntinel ami in his possession when his should 'elect their delegates precincts 'HEALTH OF THE WEATHER( : ; the citizens of Live Oak. Work Tor1 the RETURNING
time
in this dii ettioo. Kvcn, now it is a prof '_. so graciously bestowed in their editorial hid papcrTuaile lie false accusation, before the 25th'or'on tho 24th any of;July.) 'Average thermi'meter fyi the week ending temperance, crusaders. .

itable crop, and when Cuba' trouble columns < desire that's all. The sore-head bolter's call ordered that at date, 94 40, Kainlall! iucb. Chattanooga has ordered a thousand wilt leave PALATKA every THURSDAY evening
wo to .
r-hall culminate in emancipation, which return our;b' _ their delegates should be Pissi/iili.t:.: watermelons from Live Oak. and JACKSONVILLE
elected FRIDAY
labt will for a time at least: almost ( special thanks for the cheapest and, for THE SENTINEL 22d day of on Ihe The narrative }i4 the comet of whatshistiie Itjs stated by those who ought to every morning la
.top July at 8 o'clock
the cultivation) ON CONCILIATION. These 'frohv know, that about one-half the suit the title FERNANDINA same day,arriving h. -'
ol tobacco, a Koldeii barest the puce, the most effectual advertisement sore-heads anti boilers will strike Us shoulder and seriously only
will await Southern planters, who ever done. The Sentinel talks well on the subject were exceedingly weak finding that they injure jlftin The oigfct of August 3<1.Posi'lively .' county scrip necessary to pay the"over SAVANNAH and CHARLESTON in.time to

give their time and attention to the cultivaion !- of the necessity of general conciliation own call and abandoned their t
; of this valuable electing delegates \yheii: the Pacific slope until further r.ittice. many counties in Florida can this? CONNECT WITH NEW YORK
say
In crop. RICH QUAKTZ.-It strikes us as being E.nd. harmony in the party. It says ever they could,belom time 22d, the lime On the Gulf, homestead trxerni>tiou' ami mea- -Lice Oak Times. STEAMERS. :

a report upon the resources oi' peculiar that tho city should be obliged among other things, in regard lo the that the butters set apart to elect their! sles dill prevail- Wind-cremated.K I GADSUEX, COUNTY. '
,
( Gad den county, made to Its Agricultural to pay a bill of 314 for freight alone, Leon county conciliation meeting of the delegates,' and elected them under ,ihe EW>rR01I, 'Guessilst., TUE CKOP.-Notwithstanding the un- AGENTS : ,

Society by buch men as Dupont, for stone for Bay street, without 10th lust: callof, the regular Republican Committee Oar rnterprisin druggist ',has endured nsal amount ol rain that has alien in KAV ENEL& CO.Cbartesws.BRAINaRD .
opposition of which ,
Air. Proctor i is
chairman. heroically the wperation: IIl 'having his head
Whie the last month the
look
Han
: Is and the two Loves, the by the Council when it is known Some one has wisely said that tho About 'the middle of the week these mowed, shaved and,(sandpapered, and now crops well and & ROSERTSOSavanna1L

following language i U used which strength and durability o'l bolters of promise a good jield. The corn is' JEFFREYS,BRO.& SON.Ferna dii> ,
republican whom
app'ies that sailing vessel have transported government the editors of the Sen wishes to purchase; a, second-hand ,emery about made, and fodder will :

k1 : to the whole Stito as well : stone ballast is depeadent upon the leaven ofgood find are part and parcel, finding them wheel. pulling J EFFR EYS &BRO..Jacksonville.
us to this place for nothing. corn cue.nee next week. The cotton !looks '
ij But UK sense, conservatism, and patriotism selves beaten so' bad before the The roll of ihe ten-pin alley is Ijeard in
moht people well. R. J, ADAMS. P-Oatka.
distinguishing trait in the We have heard! of little
While a run
believe ,
we in all improvements the
city among masses. Nothing is truer. and! only electing one the land-aslt Mr. Towle.
,delegation of
BgricultuieofGadsden out
which appeared in sections of the THROUGH TICKETS AND BILLS OK LAD.
the var. was the county attention prior* to ; and iu paying; for them, if If the durability andwelfare, of the lie- the thirteen delegations that were elected Turtle, and the, eggs t>f which they were but some, ING GIVEN.
great in
which county only and then not
necessary but publican party in Leon county, or in last week, they issued a second call for formerly sole owners, sirew the beach. spots 5-ajtf' _
was pi vcn to (he cultivation of the Cuba wcannot contrast economy bad. The caterpiller has not .
: Florida, depended the good faith a sore-head! unification Uenjs,up to his ,deviltry asam, and peace appeared
TIbtglteI l .. Tins upon mass-meeting lo
of the I iu
ttilturc kind
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was with the of the
inuuguraNi economy and and have vanished ivid.st any portions county yet, and CIT.UATION WANTED.
l patriotism of those who thrust themselves be held, on Saturday the 18th of the quid )rom our ,
dIya worthy gi-iitleman. by ihv mime In lowering the pay of city officer*, for forward us leaders its doom month. None The Observer i!* conducted on the European hopes are entertained that it will not.
drJ,4nSmIth.! who present of ihe gentlemen Tin* A competent Engineer. Millwright and JtwhW
cmigrdUul from Vir- inotancr.TJIK plan. The outride reads well. 'lbe cotton holds its fruit well.-Quincy
ginii aid st-ttled in the would soon be sealed. Ilappllv for Ihu that were on the regular Republican city Jo'u Uucilur wulv all other mechanical work,and w llpo te4ia
vicinity Quincy common weal the and Committee H also conducted on the same plan.- t mat. mercantile business having Bad much cxcr cues
good !-
sense notified.
aIM-ut the ycaV I 1829. ills cxtraordin- i of the, patriot were But they Our'quid.lilile town i iu a whiil of mrt This cpunty is very healthy now, a*, a* Superintendent,Agent and Book-keeper, GcsIrcS*
FKECirtiAX'8 IJANK. m masses hold in check the I found that the people would not ., make himsOf uxliil, Swlary 4
The animus pokiti where.ha
obey ao
ii ry t-ucccM Noon induced itlltar* to go selfish ambition intense excjientent. ,. The Q.ijs aceat- hut at all oth times, There i* not, .sickness

IDle ihc culture. spd| f In the course of a fewbcrnmo and uncalled for,bitterncs. ?, evinced in arlc'lt iwliticians who ,make greed, and cupidity of any such calls, for out of about three mast,, union down, and we arc rcpaiiing the enough to keep stead employed one secondary conaidcratioc. HlR.tt BhFF.
thousand
3I' a ) attack the Rank success paramount voters there were not more ffeara The national game' ((marbles) has physician, notwithstanding it contains a Car* cf Norton & Rooter, Dealer* in Real ptte,
njion iiy] .the1 to .
loathly or platform of than hundred Cor. Ocean ami
i any principles. one present, and the whole suspended. tied the most excessive eilhuizani population of some 19,000? souls Gads- Bay" ttreoti.Jackaonvilk,
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; CITYNEWS. ; t rnor\,> .iL rthnt. 1)--1" Ii:t Northern capital;united to untvmitledtfftffts'oran eww Doajas,.Etq.:oae of tie jucmbert of "CG.\R4 "3 '. S- J- J. t Inn T5 -ot14 : I, m .TRNTUiaaJ1r3I. ItA
die Street Committee
-- !in the. c1t ty._ :: ". experienced and energetic wkl 1.c s.uuwmganai tttperiirteadnistEe"52 tatfaecoonel.tuve work on KJTsttect taiported domestiC and .of.their _ow .jaaaufactor* ... ,.. .. ,
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l. \VEWNESUAY MORNING JULY 22, Ij.c -The class of business mini have barely, in taken ia the matter mad the eavias there&r. can always be bad a better IJc. 4 a a lower price ; : :

. ApalachieolaTimes says fact, not ser%e4 to keep our heads above When the work was first comment id under the direction tbaa'any other place ia the Hly I'm! Gat5>&'Co'* L* : I.. 'J ',';"..rn'f.; .' i-, "' 1RNrrURE11ll:

{c Yellow Bluff. <-ksonvtlle 1 having ootuiuViJ i a, National -: \atcr.'eflrifl. 1eb4 ourplaces of that the of only Aid expense rman Douglas UCUthLbC Iu represented,ark would to he Be for favcrita. 6-ijtf ", \ t''t. : j... 1. T'J: [ i

Bank tvith-ax-apitarof :. .>0. i i I business, and our htTmes are mortgaged taking the sione from the'vct&d.'or out of the ewel. j' J" I / i v.rtbUTir4u. '
Many improvements going on,at now wants b steamship "line0 ,iCewJlYork $! for money for "vVhithve paying putting n on the streets aixl spreading It. At tfce'timc, 'ENTERPRISING : ::'' ,c lf tf Jtk"'Gi.1. n' i I.' .. ; ,
are exhatJs.tive .
regarding the small acd immaterial }Friends Messrs.Cat& Co,have tI1t.
expense ;compared seca agiy spared noexpeme'iannrodueii : \ : J: : : ; 1
:< Yellow Bluff.! Several nc\r cottages are h will want an ocean telegraph) 1 rates of interest. Bih the benefits which night accrue to the city by the the'handsomesl"soda fountain : :..{. ti .. J"'t t "

f;. being erected, while many of ihe. old II next, and tlu-n a daily balloon .line to The people hat e looked for a day of contemplated meet with the concurrence smpruvew t.of.aDd yutir.believing honorable it body.would I ever id up in th ,city. .It b Admired by cvrrjooe and ; :. ";: DAVIS&D.REW.. .
the moon or some other lunatic''lum" I 11 reflenebmeot-they have been told that: assented and lli
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to matter tt
1 undergoing repair*. A general gave support. After the tbesod1fruntisproiourcedbiati the ladies to be r : h.I .
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. bnes re If'we'had many rnorc.Sourmen in the j'! j they might expect it of '-u. And. you, Ust cargo of stone had been put upon the street much thebest. t.. r .. "\ -I :. '_."" ,.: -_"_ .. ', .

air of thrift jwrvades the place. State; we should need the line to"aluna-j\j' |have appointed office Mawbey, a mane. ditacnuum to my surprmj that a to hill m-for mind freight it was was clearly pfcsentcd.my of duty such to ; y" ..a.- i: ai <-, .' h'v- z.', .>_ : : :: '.1''"- 't:. Z .

1- j without: any experience or any natural i sup further operation* until the.matter could be submitted MkiEdROLOGICAL REWRD.Oliservadon. t T. ; ,..;- 1I '3It.. <, ''I'O", PARLOR .SUITS CUAMEEk, SUITur

Reception and Ball. t asylum. j t Ij adaptness to Uie pLce he is called! to fill; I, !. tact to by your.rules honorable and morudons body for adopted your consideration.%by previous taken .t7' A. M ,'i ....and o r. .. .: .:t.. 1t' ": -. .; 1 '! HU'lI'.-
and Another new enterprise has sprung!of the most extravagant ideas not the Uuarts: of Council and which rules and'.rcsoli&duns' daily by the Signal Service U.S.Army in this city. ';'''.' :i' il.-tJ r -
A very pleasant reception lJall have been = ) -: ..:: ,:' ,. ..., : J .tl..iil41't:
owner'of footosand in Florida never rescinded but remain in UI torce and pe : ',; < ,
Mr. A. of Boston Is a according .
up. Murray getting -e. ._ ._ .._ .
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tcaS tendered !in National Hall last Tuesday e effect copies of which.are herewith appended I find g : ''t a4 "- ;: ,
', out the framework for fourteen to his own statement 'without: that neither the-&tnct.Committee or myself' had anipowtt July. :. a I -= ; : !','.; ,-- .":'. .. ';- '2' MOSQUITO BARS & FIXTURES
venn* James A. Roberts and any amoitron"incehis father's death,' and: to act In the premises save by authority of your :. 2 II ? q .. ... _.",- .-,.- '' .
buildings near the Railroad depot which honorable body. s L-. : -- .. .:.44 ..- --' n : ;. .!s
from several of the without the influence of a I ;: : ,
others Key Weft by single personto -
All whLh 1 U respectfully submitted. i : : : -:
framework will be shipped from the : "n t : :: : : : : ; ', .
1 recommend his appointment. And it J PK1 ER JONES,Mayor. v ? I1 j. 1 : I- ; S : r.a ,
citiicns of this A rv .
tolored ,
City. quiet M t ; L .,
Railroad wharf to St. Lucia, )Vest. Indies -. 'this were all ineorrectif Indeed l the i iI PJJ ;. Sat.FTC 17- 9 30.05 '79 78* 'E Gentle ooo1 dear' .e-,';. ", ,,t. ._...". 'o'; .. tI) Parlor _DAVIS & DRE\V(ckam"I.
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bat most enjoyable evening wa passed.An t I reverse in every respectwere all true I II .IlH-T *8th.'u?. *. 7 3o.tt 84 64 SE Gentle o.oo Fair! .. ". ,. :.; Salts. .
in about three weeks. There is I. -- y '
J ; W W. Datflai',. > .. --a 30.04-87. E Fresh ..oo Fair __ i Parlor : .1" .."
.hundred and 'there still remains a reason a'p Bin: There appean to Be tome misunderstanding,by 9 ,3".i3 N 73 E Gentle 0.00 Fair ;.. '-:' ':: .: :1pa Suits- corner(' Suia.
about ..
two .
Egg Perform ce. seventy-five f tote, to you, why Mnwbey should & 1fJ1 myctfand the Council, in reference to the work now in Sun.-j9." '7 .30.18 ..Sj7. ELight 'o.oo'l'm Parlor Ch n *oe

thousand feet of the lumber. The lumber -j been left tree to sVingt'hildren at a pij progress under your supervision ob Bay street. We I. 30.16 8a 67 K Gentle 0.00 Q'dy .- .. -...- .. Salts. BAY AND LAURA, STREtTS: Suits-.
On Saturday. t a colored man &am were not aware there would be so much expense,ptnrnding 9 3018 77 c.6 E Gentle 0.01 Fair PufarSuits. u.1. 0--,_-u.
is for dwellings and ware-houses. nic, heat people church or.manage: the it. Certainly If I had seen it in the tight I dJ'now MoR.8Q y 30 ie 7$ 9 o' Calm -0.04" U'dy JACEPOrITILLS. F C__
td Philip Pierce &accornplSsbvtl extraordinary j obsequies ot a departed Governor. I I would' not have allowed the work lo have gee so far "" 20).11 78 78 Calm sly Far; d_ -t .' I '. .-' r,7, :. f 1 oie

Kat of "sucking six dozen Casar Weeks, arrt-ited for passing without the content ot the CounciL You w. therefore 9)0 I 3 7390E Gendsoc6F.iir : I- i I'.
1 You 'should not appoint MavvMfy" lo I discontinue all work on laid street for the present as I Tues,7 a. 7 3010 75 85 SE Fresh, -0 04 Fair :,. .1' : ir-'
taw eggs "nd drinking nearly aqoartofwlrisky. :.counterfeit money on Postmaster Bohn office because it give* j people) an opportunity am clearly of the opinion hat: no.such expense should 2 ".) 78 8a Calm 0.47 Ram .

." This youth tow offer? io bet tit St. Augustine, was brought before Ui of paying that you haeuedyourhighpoition be incurred the by Council.Respeaullyi the Street. Committee or Mayor' withoutconentW _Baromrter, corrected lor temperature and elevation DETAIL CASH PRICES.GRANULATED EXAMINE OUR LARGE'STOCKKWl

lhat he can 4ieuck" seven dozen and f S. Commissioner C. II, Summery yesterday to settle a financial difli I. tu, PEtER JONES, Mayor. NEW J_ r .-. ,

but the evidence cuRy between Mnwbey and yourwlf; i ([1'age *g6 Record. Book-1871; page' J36 Record, ADVERTISEMENTS.. . -- -, I 'i'.;. '. '13q
drink a quart ol whisky.Freedman's was so light And under the circnrntanrfcs it des Book-. Ordinances of city.ankle 77.page 16-Eo.J SUGAR. t LBS. FOR-r.oo

---7-- : t that Weeks:1'1 discharged. Good I look so. Where is the bill in chancery ?*' Alderman Ruvsell] then called up an WHEREAS. At a meeting of the .-1.. ,'' '. !: u: h1a

Bank Depositors money wa returned for the counterleit j stopped. I saw greenish glare f in; ordinance previously lntro tHpe
,j Will notice' 'the request, in our advertising and the spurious bill was destroyed before I the Governor's left eye. The light of, trictinp the city i into ward, whichalter of die,State organized of Florida un er,the approved act of the January General 8. 1853.Assembly held BROWX, SUGAR to LBS.. FOR____. __ ixe lot 1.1 .. . .. "lat 1011, ,f'r I .

the examination. hell WAS in the right. looked over to: di"cu"sion, was .curried. Aid. Denny in die city of J i.500vllc.January I7th,1874.the Lit II I 101 . e. .. lot ;J. I
column*, that they bring or, t \ Walton. He was no 'longer cleaning ,.su r
send thfirpass hooks at once to the Bank -An cxcu'e is said to be confessing; hit nails. lie his seal ; and n a/rW-ThatrhrfTru5tees of the JacksnavXeGas OLD 101 101 '
COFFEE
wa sharpening
j shelling otherwiseirupn streets IJght Company,orpntzed under an act of the GOYT JAVA 3 LBS. FORa.oo lit 101 --V: :
that they be prpved) and the amount our faults by attempting to excuse them. jug knife on a wh( tstun With an Interest -( of the city which matter was laid over ture of the State of tlurida. approved LcxisL.'I'I 101 hll ,
may I' J8n.he and they are hereby empowered and instructed RICE, (best), lotf LBS FOR.....__.__.... ...00t.'TTER.OILT 101 .
due them' Ct'r1itic4. This is the first "Good Intentions,'* which Wesley says akin to agony, I watched him as;I until next meetinj; .A reii ;luiion->\rad to transfer the Capital: stuck of the several stockholders I tot . .,).

towards their dues. hell]! ipavedwith, are no defence evil he spit upon it, md deliberately ran the {I . step obtaining Ii Company organized January lei T .
tith
glittering rteel back and forth. 1 saw requiring ihtComnuttee.. on 1874 under ,
city of CANVASSED HAMS PER lr 18 :&.
., actiuns. How about the Governor's excuse an act .the L gwUuire ot the State of FWida.enb- 101 -
i iPersonal. hair, human hair, upon the hilt. The property to report what prdperty bas|tied 'An act to provide for the creation of corporations ,"'J'.10tOtOl0D&DOlO1010UII
when asked bj his friends why he I h.-tir was of color, rtyi..h and hlI :\. ".I t been bid off by- the ciiy'' and its present j r and to prescribe their powers and liabilities/ approved UNCANVASSED HAMS PER B> 17 CENTS. i''V''oo.otOI ,..u.Itt

Chas. 11. Bohn. Postmaster at St. appointed Mawbey to the office of SuperJnrendent -I and quite short. I could stand it no .condition. The City Clerk was instruo-j I(j sec.August p of Eth.the tees by-la ws without of tt&iklay.corporation m accordance'. with. LONG CLEAR D.S.BACON PER tt i> CENTS IOIOlw..v.-.nc.nnlOt lOIoo DAVIS&DKEW,oolOt \ .J.,-". ...

i ? The was "that it Icmjrei. I went flround the tabl'] I'|' ted to draw no..warrant in faVorpf) any |I "WI cl1. on mo.ion. was adopted The Secretary of lot lOluoao FcaxrnmB ooaolOl ,..1
excuse
Augustint-ij! in this city... took the from Walton's hand, [' policeman whose nomination had' : this Board of'I ranees wa*directed to make'the tra. CHEESE BEST FACTORY,4H LBS, FOR.Ji.oo let MlooooorarooooooooooooolOl101 ,
weapon nut '
would not hurt him Steams I-fur 5f the stock as contemplated in the above resolution." .. iu.1 ."
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( ) you' j 101m WAUHOCJMU oalOl
Cot II. 1' B.tya las left for the Sorth 'land i' Undem.1 it to t.hti Governor. I been confirmed by conneil..Tbe PreSide.' Now. therefore, be It known that in accordance with EAGLE BRAND MILK. 4 CANS TOR_. IM -101 Oi------.n.n.-.veIIl. ',
and it will please Mawbey." Did it please'the his feet. I instructed said resolution I hate transrr.eJ the stock above : at
jlwwed at murmured a .j was to appoint-a Committee a* 101 letoioioroD&iroiotoiolol
prayrj .
bumnierV : FLOUR.VERY 16 LBS .......
for his rcerction.dr. directed and ther win be BEST. FOR i.oo
a meeting of the said stock. 101 101 lol' lot 01 it.
people; P Did it tickle SlcaruVpoiket that he would confine his labors to the 01! ihree citizens to sit 03 a '.BtVord,of bclders at my office in the city ,

..IIenrA rurchgott, t f the Charleston ? bare spot on my head. I felt the crud, Equalization of city taxes for tenldays, i on the.$th, day'of Augint, i8j Jacksonville.. to such'further Florida: GANTZ r SEA FOAM PER CAN *a CENTS. lot 101 leI tot lot 101 ., 1 101<* ". '.,'",A

CiraV't Furchgott Benedict& Co., I isviMtin _.- ._---- blade! as it ground upon! tIle skull. 11:lAnd Council voted that the pay oreach measures as ma) be meet and proper H.in H.the MuEG.pr-tDMS. ALL QTHER GOODS PROPORTION. AT 101 101.. .. '101..
? this ciiy. "A lVh Within a Wheel." almost fainted as he dragged oft my :I'member be $5(. President was also Secretary}. G. L. Co. TinfSTOREOF""""" .. .....-It lot l MOl MI _.m 101 TI 101 ial .' I ',I:

toknot.. I heard the "p1:1.h: ol Mood i I instructed :Jo' seertaui -at what sum'a iJcksonviae, Fla.,JJyl8, 1874-7-9918-1 .,,,,, 11 .
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Mr. M. Buwes is building a fine bath I It was the bell yf room Xo. U I. at the -4 r> 4hi: -. a.M.
I (Walton'* white co.it. as the Governor i competent peri n, culJ be sucurud .to I 'T T fLTTT J C'O' 'J 'm :
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Nations! that few wcekbad < J, K.\J\nt' .. ,:
Lou>e ut the Bar. rung. Only a ... r 101 } .4 ''9ItC : MI..IIvJil
; ouk my scalp. A brief interval fol- coni{'lete city ordiiiances and.report at I June iath,1874. 101 10' .
elapsed bince the "Old Guard" h.id : ,- .* >; : I
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NOTICE/ b.1g
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Charles. 1 3!. Ellis. Ki q..) f>o, long .and 1 gathered hue. A young man had becoiuo lowed. The great aorta began: to work. next meeting. The .Strci-t Committee I FKEBTIMAK'S S.&T;Co.;; : /O ,," .' ''J : ':1'1. ..: 101',

agrt1S> known to Jacksonville, arrived tlu- governor tlf 1 the t.tte. About L I God hud not made we to be afraid of a I I were in/truclcd to go pn\Vitlt.the paring i iI Jacksonville, Fla.Jury so.1874. '. ., ', .t t'i. 11 UtKf

Governor. Mhlnod be;an to flowagain. of Bay Street I between ,<)ce.in :and Pine. Deposuorsia the Jacksonville Branch of the above -, .,, .,. 1' : ,.. : : IJA';
here fitim Hot-heeler ) there ; ,
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yesterday. bomething :turat.tleib I I I Company are requested to bring or sea their Passbooks ;-' '; ': ; .
I Cons lOU nt'I" began to return. '. and al.o empowered to .: ..'1 .ht..t.
were construct to this Branch office ; ,
Jlost i is welcome) cxubt-ratice, it& joliitx its hope of nut, tiuu.they may be '
hearty your Charlie. yea1its j I38 not hurt alter all. I had been: i i a wooden sewer from" the corner; of. Hay verified and properly balanced. .", ; ..1 ."w'li ,::;Zi. .\- < THE FINEST AND BEST SELECT; *
lollies tat cinatill Hart .
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di's.d. All p'pr rcsctt] l2!=id been paiJI I i i tiily the victim of a distempered imagi-I and.Ocean streets to the.junctionwith.; J. W. SWAIM. Cashier. ",0 "- .' .,.. Ie 'U .t-" I < .: "ED IN THE SOUTH -ti
'The Union. I fixed defective the main '
nation. my optic on fewer. ,
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lit his The I. N-ut; ) .
I memory. gubenutoiiil totra! j i the Governor. He was intently engaged I J. II. H. BOUH. Dr. T. Ilartridse. J. ., .
In Us !lae-t L'sue the Union at length I had bet-u wr.tllllt)4ut] his successor FRUIT AND VEGETABLES.. '.? -,: a i-
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in with Walton of II. Durkee. are the Committee "
I playing a game mum- appointed c"r
tit and in many jjUces und pours. forth a tirade' '! and forget his bow t-ucceesoi happy was Steniu.s happy looked 1 Who Unit can I ble-peg on the top of a watermelon."Forbearingmau by the President'as Board.of Etptati- H. E. WILCOX .. O'j.I'Iolf. '';,;<1: ? .,.1,. PatterSuit*. RICH PLAUf. -. OI Suits.WO...,'.,
meaningless at- ,
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zation.
pCrSflDI.u : lorgivingman I saidto Wil keep the BEST of their kind ,. PariCJIP. sad 'Cbambcl' '
night a. he likened to the kind \voidof I i .j II during die season. ; : "i;:"
at sarcasm the editors of myself "he has I had Adjourned to )Monday ct'cning.next PEACH and GRAPES In particular. Call at his I Suits., iSuFtilJ.41i
ti'rapu upi i I the frauda about him? It wa Stcarus' pared me. : Stand, the middle taU tit South ..r.1.'lI /. '_ '
at end of
this The editor of thtt the Union heard of executive clemency. Now I 1 July 27th. ,1 his the Market ': .:,'f". 'il I :: .SpSTANTAL-.:
paper. "'ii Eot pair of boiits his 'lirst 2 111. I or at place nut door to Magnolia House,on Pine ,. cS11 i. '

*'em- to have worked liimsell tofever 3k ever can he oe as happy a ain. Life knew what it was. I knew that I was: --------- -- I I street.of Fruit end Families Vcjctabii will be*. supplied h the best quality-i3 I ., ',' i4--. \ Partor!.....i .. FURNITURE." w_ .--c.-. Sw"-' '

heal-ereti to delirium. In many 1 I can jicM-r luruith auoUu-r occasion in: guilty.; should I resolved be that his magnanimity mine.- Local Advertisements. ; ,.'M" .11 I. . : j ,.....-.. -. .. .:: .:.. 4:" .. l."

which z o many things will b.grouped U'- only surpassed by .- -. C.L. KOITHSO1C, J. W. W WKTTNIT ..J...,.AIi ";" e- \ :__:___... -i-. .h.l_ ,I i.*.
instances his slai<*uie-nl are, u. he; well I I arose from my bended knees. I said, Att'y at Law and U.S.Comm'r. Notary Public. .< j '
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fur h had I I x; :
j I grtht-r happiness. SlcGinley ,. THAT SODA-FOUNTAIN -. \ l. .. ..
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knows, untrue malicious without I"t.->tJng -j| turned the piuk bide of the peach. and the "give me the bloody knife. I want to In the z.. .niJa cigar store is admired by. c.L. ROBINSON & CO., .. .., ;. ... are I :

upon a shadow oi troth. He fal ely: j jAcru 'i fat of the r.-ufrt in hi.dircciion. 'flue gas commit 'hari-kari I want to promenade -'- -.- -. "6'ItEASE Rt.At .".,. -7'11M.'h!., .f. : We prepared to offer-our stock'at'--
j in Jijs made effort on my bowels." Th\j) 'Governor -;I ESTATE AND INSURANCE BROKERS; ..ItPiSJ.. ,J.1. ., -'. : 111. i, iremarkably low pJic s. _--SJOT.
u i-humpagne no to 'Iiil -
,'S us of attempting' to be a wit'auJ I who xvasjust then the knile; BALL GOO OS Agency The'Manhattan Life Insurance Company'ol C ''.".'1' } ,, : .._, fllk
his red throwing : .. ,_ .1 s I .I
the r
c.ixtill] lips pressed rim ol I .:-10.- .. .-I a
< th. rwfcle "iy attempts to be fannylitniseh" 1 il a goblet ainon,us lor the 'jitbrucc of a I from; the tip of his nose eiluiJjrJsaid, At Santa Glaus.' Eazaar L'Ecslcs Griniu Bloc k I Assets New Jjfx York.)"tn.3]. Undivided surplus fH. 1,666,626.l5' : .. '1- _' _. '- I ,'. .i1ti. ;

*'?d n'. rt iluuainublj fails young Gov.*!nul'. "Oh, put a ylasa ot champagne in tlll'ln.: corner Bay. and Pine streets)ul oDtille. Florida! 7-18--,1-2' .' I -" : I -:0-'. .,.....',a.

His jxTAoua! t.t'; .is *>. tun and couched I I I Ifu j I The old and the young had gathered: [,:and see how that will teel." No other ", TO REKT -, I ,- .. .;. ; I = ;.' :. a -,
F. COLCORD > '
such inelegant Jaujiii-jge that! it only to pay Lim tribute. I'miu the lips tit:; i ithf I person iu the w.rld.ve, a iovertior. ,I For the summer. A lirge funu&hca rooja oa. .Cay ,. : DAVIS 1DRE'V'-; r.
I'Jrun.r full words d' Iti j could have pei curded me to change wrlliilill street. Apply st the office of '
otvi )m. Successor .
H. Crewel .
I ] 1 ': .i'
j fi
rebouud its miLhur. Alter jfuclja. : J. ;
(1)'U -2St THE N&w SonK. .
lie! -je .,f the latter Tie caw an ocean of I V' 'I '- .
.IIcr there (IB Yet, "l'cihips ) _. Comer Bay and Ocean streets. : : ; t.
daogtr ul a rehijtte. L love: tcaJ.rlVa if rtainiy btl'fJJ't'r- i I : yuf.ilnws i object to : DEALERS L" .

it i., wu*ill: to think 01 this very belt hajw a f:r.spie"tis ortT.vious w irld' J looked I I IOD tJt'J"'" jipp.iintiiieiit beciiUi-ej'ou are hW-1 That all adD..';ICE-'u>CREAM Lo superiur to-any.ever to be highest cash prices paid for Hides, Skins Furs, FOR SALE OR J NT-CITY. : ; I. '
cd! :
> to that Juri"uMrm of Wax i3 FURNITURE.'CARPETS
of
frooi without clouds po ; : &c. 7 wiy All kinds
lame mau.'e sadly UiUscJ his little, lhtJsWrn2 bad m this city previously is to be obtained at the .
.. TIiUieriug in the distant heavens.Thia i tnut SI-H'K! S which has made Ma >achu i), Ttnt MATTRESSES.WHITE PINE,VVAL i.--:-'"*

"&j down in Mainesitter" to illustratehe ; in no le.-jHCt lcttiwt.tl hum l\it\ > ,etts thy! State she i ii.." "'o. Sir;"' Room atLaFtr."., 6-1311". A O. WRIGHT, FOR SALE. NUT and CEDAR LUMBER, etc n-> :*

-: It.rec of his iu'CtjIJl.r lit j :"Il1. "we aru-not to tLc .
t>ove qpo1etAtefli tOA
) hapj.ijn- of the %oiu.<; G i\eriior. lie sys- r"FUR SALE. ATTORNEY AT LAW; '. '*.t-a
will repeat one of his oursdcs. It tj]i iI uly drew -arer to the "()h1 Guard," it ch. but we are opjuised to doin rJt A ao1 t.J.! ,;:kb tiaet'oan ind ::.cSered I Ten acres of.lam on the Kings.Road only Smiles JACKSO : FLA.. .*. .,
Reed's Block Bay St.,Jacksonville.Fta.V from Jacksonville. This land is ,. '
iu his on i ;ale as i-x'T.iwi.-ivt' aiiif as grand I or sale at a bargain.: Is in
i
; airurding to his own etatement. While and ;nsu joy :tc.tres dctennmul I good conditi a. Apply at .
>
1 to be a good' Governor. Stearns taid t as thftt adapted tonitf wants anil wcaltti cTT A. C.CHAITEU. Boat Shop, .-ircct. >- practice in the different coors of the State. Collections ADMIRABLY ADAPTED TO THE Swiss muslin and white good ala!!kind at Bucky'cC **"'

;n Maiue this man txlitrd and published this nmiMi. The effect was 1 r lao:1c'hulO..tto. \:e believe it the policyof drompdy attended to. 7-iStf ______- -___- utHE 1

run in the iuterct of'L i fducutin the aad i MATTING A.VD.TRUNKS. CULTURE OF SUGAR CANE AND) .
;
l1ewP14l.t-r 1IJ' man ftjrpi'tting electl'il.al'1 ;; {poor :noraDl, not JACKSONVILLE
preM-nt, I
the 1epuhlicnnty : nut," wji ijtcJii' I| >ii plans. arose and only from uenevuleiU inotivfs. bui bc-: A larje Invoice of Straw JLtZIn .Traveling Trunks A N. MARR, r FRUITS OF ALL KINDS. T .: .;
and c.hcLtj\bt received at prices cheaper ,. .
he, the party had become toO corrupt f i t-et llItut. The j joy of Stcarua became: I CLu.e1'1,think it i is cheaper than toouiB oat oo FURCHcbrr, CESEUICT man& co.ever SOLICITOR OF PATENTS, :and Is beautifuly located for BUILDING LOTS. For SALES AND LIVERY *".;' .
''couta.ious and tumuhuuus. Who that m..ililain (' anti build jails. U'ewant i price and terms,apply tOf
that 2 could not i laud it and therefore, I sUih men appoiute4> lo 'offiitj : 6-:0#. ijtj 8th.street, N. W.,Washington,D. C. B. H. WEBSTER. : : t.teSTABL.ES'
\a there has for tlaclJ the hcene ? Welutbear its at WaIIace.l1iD. !
told out." And here: is this tame virtuous '. to .v y IUl.rc.'c' elDlwt. ..v. ill I b<- must likely to accomplish the THE LATEST STYLES. Patents procured lot FUrr Dollars. No patent no or by letter care A. WALLACX,

man for a email jwcuiiiary r*> j It was the bull of room >io. "U" at the desired etui." Gentlemen on find every style of liuens Csr suits,it pay. Write for inturnuuoa, -*tf. Jacksonville, Florida. _

ward editing the Union the : X..uuI..11that rung. 'Well," said the GU\'CI nor, "won't L very rraaonablc prices by caHn: ;on C B. McCLENNY PROPRIETO, 1 u.t';
wringing,, 6.ajtf O. L. KEEN'E, Latest style straw and silk hats Bud;' :.
abashed and You arc wattled above," said McGinley men l'Oml'lainutl misrepresent my acts I KURCHUO1T., BENEDICT. : & CO. at 0t..
alject t ave of a domini- to us. We entered said room. l let me do us I will ?" "Certainly they BAT sisirr.jACKsormX.,FiocroA. Notice is riven to the public that I have parda. r

lag ring or faction, who dare not will, nut it discharge duties to; VICHY AND K1SSENCEN. OR SALE. the well-known HARTRIDGF.! STABLES opposite
say 'Take a seat "Old Slow! Coach *aida I you your 11' ::
F METROPOLITAN HOTEL,and have on tend aVERY'
Dealer in Mill and Dress Goods of alt I
his soul i is his the bes"f and Many on ruing io the mgrnic complain of a headache nery. Fancy
in the conscientiously
own paprriu voice that your ability ,
opposition we recognized to be that oi I kinds. Keeps constantly on hand the latest styles of : ;
to hU masters. Poor Sawyer our youn.! juH'rlwr. you can afford to laugh at siancnrs or IceUng stupid. A gloac of Vichy or Rksengen BY A. J ROSS. LARGE STOCK OY "f :

I Tteiws the table If in this spirit you appointed I from "Tiifiu" Mammoth fountain in La Favortu cures HATS AND TRIMMINGS.Also. In this city, neighborhood Snt-tJaaa': on north side of:
you ha\t' our 1'ywpitliyVc pity you j I same long cow aU such un.l knant sensations. 6.73.Ifnur ". A'hley street, between Pine and Laura within one r :.*r
and will j creel as belore with viands flowers and I Mawbt.' you can be as gay as a Jaik. .Drew Goods; a fir.e assortment of block of the M. James Hotel and si* Heel from one of HoRsEs&MULEsOR'S4LE.Those .
heartily forgive you what hurtsus wine.At the Southnd of the ta'oleat I "Well" said ilarcellus, (1 felt Ibltt we the best boanh &_in town,two twostorySlSfER ." i/: .

not but injons)'Ou. I ,- Stearns: on his It-it was Walton o J--1 I were growing intimate) "who would I YOURSELF A'HO E. KII GLOVES FRAME HOUSES desiring to purchase wiU find it to their advo**';1: '

the Senwicl. I )j-uggest Cj A VILLA-SITE on St. J jin'r river h o ,.cred'for sae. Very CHEAP also,:a full urtment of double tage to examine this unusually large and attractivruock. ,,.'' .
--- : \ lull einbarr.u>!-pd. 1 \ ; adapted to..single or tenement use, without .adapted to all uses. '* '
In Shert. always Uo in he Governor. j J sujrge.-tcd the name i of J. F. Tlollins One of the im.t desirable pbccs jn the vicinity of Jack .,. i change or expense. Fch having six rooms below,inducing 1 am also receiving .. ';'; '. .
presence 'soavillc, contajning.28 aacs--wm 8 acres ready for ._ WHITE GOODS. two kitchens in L attached to main house aDd:
"1U11 I nut afraid I will do or say sllml.thingthat | ihyiMirt; C. D. Rri;ham. Bl.ick! lour above; six closets below and four above with COMPLETE OUTFIT'OF "-c. .
Stumps" says he has often will It-cM-n chances of obtaining I'Oint; R.'v. .Mr. IW, Rev Mr. Dar1 (facziij For particuL.rs apply at the counting-room If.svcjurt received a fine lot of fire-place in each room in main house Each house: A w,
tru-d my j 1 'of TH* NEW SotTM. 4-a5tf having two front and two back and drive- rr.np!
to collect entrances
biU the nell and] J. H. l'l Jacksonville.
of
u at Union office "*
nn office. "Well-Old: Slow Coach ne. lL"E. S GRENADINES FRENCH BUGGIES PHAETONS AND
j i HATS way on each side with piaxa across the entire hunt,. : '.c-
but i is tltanpcd. said the Governor, "we have called youj j I The Governor arose, threw his cigar BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS AND JAPANESE CllALLIES.Thiwill extending round the corners twenty feet to the from OTHER CARRIAGES ..
"
doors uiso mind the entire L. with walk
wi'.lkcd around the talile same height
"
.k flump ,
to about away ,
tJ I
-1 he t temr SiherSprlugs is carry- one point. was aUmt the :\Vni nnd a cor.iplcic auonment of lumber dressed \t wIcIat greatly reduced pikes. (ray JI''w of piazza running thirty feet back to the double wood-

-. a quantity of lumber to to express my overwhelming st-n>e, &c., counted vacant chairs, and"Ain't said, and undressed, mouldings,shingles etc..at the Depot house tsxjo ": Of the latest styles "J; :
and .
Mayport I Governor; .
when the Governor said, "fir) up c-JOie "f Lumber Yard. Ord.r3 be 4dva-o at landings on A WELL OF GOOD WATER, ;
,r" ridnity fir building I down Not having the. to retort Rubber and oil suits at Bucky's: FOR LIVERY SERVIC'E.: "
purposes.J. to business and don't waste 31 courage the River receive especi&l ai ntlon": and pumps within five feet of L. brick curb,and sink 3 ?

('. Cri'clcy, has been appointed I ." "Ain't we the people," I trotted awa}'. A4rcsa_ Loru J. ICSR. attached with xeraented drain fifty feet lo cess pooL '* -0
'I These bou..a..1e within.forty fact ol each other.incomplete ; Which.m be fiuJ .
SLOW COACH. 4" HT11EJIERCH. EXCI1ANGE.
*
'lbe fir$ is what the devil is .
Notary J'ulHc and David) Brown auctioneer point 1 order throughout having been recently! :: 'iti 1.:
the muss about Mawbey's appointment ? FREE SODA WATER.C LOON. puiaied and repaird. The western one.occupies a SHORTEST 1&i
.J:, for this THE NOTICE ;
county.K Ain't lihc Guruior..fthe&ate ? Joiue Synopsis .of Council Proceedings.July hen Brother have made arrangements wth Gato& Here's BLOCK. half lut the eastern occupying the west half of a fill AT
,
M. Cheney! :.( ., has been nAmtiiid talk!" Co. tu prtsent every lady who pwcluse guods to the FRANK GREGORY. tot.upon a hich.* a lawn with orange prach and ng : .. -t-u,
at). 1874. tires and gripe vines all under thriity growth. Also' ASD ON THS .
to practice ia the State Supreme To avo my life. could not utter a word.i Present at Council : Alderman FJem- Amount of one dollar with a ticket good far one flois ol 'PRICE'usi Proprietor. on north side Forsyth sued, between Market aDd w.o-
that delicious So.b'aler that flows from their Liberty, hon of thirteen
I mammoth a two-siory-and-a-hatf >e rooms
Court.The This was so uncx] (ctcd. I had always ming President i ; D.,u la. s, Ku: ,dl, I Ftftintain. 7 if Pudimt, at LA FAVOHITA corner Twelve Laser Beer Tickets for_-.- -tl 1. built in 1870 by the present owner at d occupied by himas ; MOST .REASONABLE TEIUIS.n.
ben accustomed to lecl' humble in the __ .. a private residence, having sixty feet frontage oa ;- {,
mining district of this Bunt wick, Denny, llubbard, Thebcaut Bay auJ Pioc. "' Scupperaocg Cooler. uN a5- '---OMa. -
city atpresent and 6 and half feet
Forsy*street two a on. Adams::
ty
presence ot a (.overnir. Stearns' manner I and 1kt Icy. .Lime]uice.PIODChu. -_ -_ 2 S- disunce between veers two hundred and ten feet with G-M. BR1TTAIN my authorized AgeItH'.+)' '

only extends on Hay from was so harsh; so unlike bis kind und i I IVUtion praying amendment to' present -' SPECIAL" NOTICED -. -- Ice. Cream PI'''. ... -. .5- large-cistern, bath-roum pantries, closets and water P Manager,and will at ays'be found at the Stables reawry ".'11
Ocean to Tine fctiveis. re..a$uring at "1 he where r Milk Punch.as.. on three floors; including a small kit of Iunl turC. AI I toatteud to alt business appertaining to the establishment. .
way Supper" I I tire limit, iclcrredjo Committee on ,Previous to our taking account of stock we offer now the above mentioned property being situated oa high .' c. B. l1cCJ.D -\. ',. ;
-The stilt he put hi' band on our head and saiJ.I Fire Rum Punch.____ '5. Sefttmltrri.rtn ,
at each: corner (f the Department. Petition front Wni. special bargain iu BIcachings Sheetings, Browns ground,considered as '1 .

park, though placed there to keep cattle "Old boy. hugo s it?"-uad then, I Alexander rellecliug ou Policeman Xel- Dress Goods, DieM Ltnens, Towels, Quilts Ac.Tbo Brandy Punch-- 25- HEALTHY AS ANY PART OF THE CITY. ,-;. ,

Put huw could I tell him what people said son, relerred to Police Committee. A e in need of dry ganda wilt find nor prices e$ t '"ky fwxSo, having good and(circulation of air at all times.WU For neckties and bows call at Backy'ltJ
I yet afford mollies the fun of crawling about the Mawbey matter without mak-1 I' bill }in of tremly low ,, I ClaretPunc5 _:.f... ,._. J3- be su1d. CASH at a very low figure as the owner ts C';
-
Lancaster refer-
{ lavor Those now. 1 : ; '
.. 'I A desirous ol settling For particulars the .
: apply to
under. AhsiDthe:. -L up. .
?" lug him angry. I was but human; I 1 red to Finance Committl"tHill! in favor 6-a7tf FURCIIGOTTtEEEIflCr&CO. i 25- owner, A. J. Ross. B. HUBBARD v .

-The Land bland In the Park affords Stearii was a Governor. He had the I I of Americas Hook and Ladder Co ,. I ; PLAINDRINKS; CENTS Jacksonville Fla..July 1.1874.VUo SAMUEL .o.,
.
( ; advantage. I looked across the table at A Faistiw ll .? Imported Ginger Ale. BaSi'Ale. Dublin Stout Cor- by same party for ale or rent two small bouses t" ,
stamping ground 'for "mill'! I I referred lo Finance Committee. Alderman Nttft-Dr. Saltern sJ w. c. -', I". 6-7wini, Jacksonville Fla. "ff1ta
numerous Walluij. of four roonueac .comer Laura and .Tuirrh stints.and .
' between urchins I This euilctnau, was cleaning KusM-Il, from Police Committee, rc- It fla anfriend ia JuJ; Who has uot jfcuod : near the bt.James HotcLAQ ; -.J; hn.

s.. on Sunday. -1 1l'rotItut f his nails with' his bcaJpjng kJifcI tookthis I I ported in the, matter of the. petition .o( it such in. curf Importer
on of the U. S. Mail fort to be a Javonibiu sign i to me. I ,'hull & 11rt). lIe iouud there waico' couglis cokl and pnlmunary. cttioDlit.aad'-loit..B f ': Northern. visitors, swim I .

the transmission of .'in'- 1.llal'" t to-jfc courage. I have since wondered wanton official insolent \least" consumpuon* The sick.are'assured J1aI'JIlt : & ". fiB ;
matter I display no A.CARD..- STEEL
power HARDWARE IRON
:1. l is visited with a heavy how I dared to say so much to the or abusive language and did what high standard of excellence on which the popularity o? ._ Ljpea and duck suits Ducky seE AND t1.

":; oflendcr jtenalty to .the Governor. I he considered to be his dutybut; recommended iLls jircparation. L lavil. will always be maiuiaincd, by JACKSONVILLE. FLA., March.jist. ,1874. EDGE TOOLS.TABLE and POCKET. 3- 10'.; "

!, uhtn informed against. Car- 1 bald: "Governor, considering i the I that the"Policeman be the proprietors/_ \ ; THE SOUTHERN.LIFE INSURANCE COM.' C NTRAL SALOON ct.'TLER.Y.'t. s.J .
.
reprenmnded .
: too .. ,
us
on the Freedman'*Bank are classed unfathomable gull that pictures U"df1 i fur bail r and -
taking JlO E-MAnE) SOAP. -
.;J': as "irregaUr' between humble constituent and ; entering PANY wilt in a few day*-appoist a State Agent for BAY STkEET.3 Boon West of LAURA. Nails, Glue, Putty, Class Paints' Oils,
matter. your jjjtory without a warrant. The Comniittec The manuCtcturcr A. Booing is receiving aUindaotlesttoumUIs '. : : '. ;, ', Jacksonville,ra. -
:
I -JteJ olIn U. Scott preached a your auu-t. most humble"-"Oh, dry j I IUlt on .ordinances and rules wcru in- of the quality of the soap of his 'mannCif- ..rida.. Ia. the. "meantime J will,. conduct its., .;manage' J. H, BLANC!, AThERBEL11NG.RUBBERPACEJG.STOVES.T1NWARE.CROERY. ,;,,.o
witn that both talk busiuess \ .
fI stirring to me. intruded to prepare an ,01 diuance-* u- ture. We append specimens. ropnc. C. PUMPS .'
termon at )his church on Sunday' Ain't I Governor of the $tate rJ then j j lating arrests b' city police, and lorthe I I June t. 1874; ment." .";' : .: I_ :: ..:, The choicest.LIQUORS "

I' evening last, dwelling particularly ou I said ; "GU\crIl0..Stl.3n1s, our County is disposafofpersons under arre&t. The 1 'Mr. ACcEsisc:'I ama- barber an-Jue your soap in communications directed; to me,care Henry A. ES.ALES. Lead and Iron Pipe. f :. :-

4 the t unduly
custom ol Sabbath Chairman of Committee on taxes reported ,L'Engle, Secretary of the JacksonviEe Branch will ALES.LAGER JXXESSASH.BLDfDS.MOULDINGS.SUGAR *'
breaking in this city. fight for a living perhaps wealth. A on behali ol mat Commiltee"thatthe : Jo nuking an abundance of..--tb. 'Wcs'D tta draught. Bottled "-. ".
I lax has been placed upon us that neitherthe and fail aay.. I advUe alt to u!\e uqiJ' Soap" to be receive due attention Mills, Evaporators &: ".
taxes costs
I Brother' Douglass has hid i charges erroneously : BASS'S and GINGER ALE, DUBLIN STOUT. ''- '.
projwslUous musde ol the )laborer nor the bUll sure tatis&ction. If any doubt,let him cume lo my
paid! by P. Fridenburg MII1.EK. Geu-Fitti ; and .Tut ,
on property J! Roofing JoUiitg,
g .;.
to btart of and I w31 the tiuth what I rI ",
two lapt'f'-UDt. a jwliti- the eajitalJbtcari tt. The Freed- ; shop prove of say. Fancy Cordials and Cigars of the boa quality always
wronglully the for in I Satingtlimeto d'Tr .
cal old.by city taxes Hoocat. 4..1F / GenLSoptJof Agencka on. _, ,
: and JOHN (
!, ;
: Bank
the other I II. iuau: has come.in and I '
* A religious If kwejit up the years 1871 and 1872 amounting to .
paper.
and ,May, 1874. ; The finest MIXED DRINKSin town .,.
ke ac.tpts either auuy the penny canmiirs of our' 180 be refunded to his and 'sjhingnddaIowa; Ih-kT'lr a '
u pruporttion, it will Iw during the ia |: executor Mr.A. BUESISC: You wish to know how I like thg 1"1 m Bocky selk the best while vest*. : ;
jujor >t live In ;
the latter. years. an t tuuioituiiatM Council ordt red warrant to be ii u tl.
f: I of I consider it the best I have
\ hour our little city was in-j Chairman of Finance snip bnught you. W. EARL, Trunks and valises at Bucky'c. '
. | Committee: reporjted ever used. It b quick in cleansing is not disagreeable R. TDEGULAR TRIWEEKLY : :
>rt
ilayi: I now: leasts iota Hack. On dut-cd to I bond iuell lor a large amount' ..
the : the following bills approved, which to the Ma,and U all respects'U the best washing soapI JLv .TO THE BAR. .. .-* : :
arrival of iho blcumi-r ot tooney, for the building (It a Railroad !! PiACTICAL IRST-CIJISS FURNISHED HOUSE .
comforta-
a i '; w ere urdei ed paid: Louisia Burrett.. am acquainted with. SYLVIA HICKS. F

: Lie hack, drawn by a pair of Sue lootng I and the arrival of im -d&y has been anflounced $GU; \. \. Douglas, 6u'; James May 24. *574. PAINTER AND PAPER HANGER. In STEAMER SILVER SPRINGS .,! :'

:j > ..Otbt'ti, 5 it in readings to ,vi i- I with a ll un>h of declarations ,.Mead. e 3; O. W. Shale, $31*. Claim Mr, A. BCZSING: The soap I bought of yon has JACBSOHVUXB .
'II i'i"
tr fr carry > I and executions, perfectly appalling to' of H. M. Chafer $IS lor rent, was refer- I given me perfect saiisCiCtion; it is the best J have ever Harlns-'dedded reside here perpanenrtr, win be FOR SALE' r- -.s
.Irive I
a I
done ia ..
upon Uie beach. the tax A .choolt glad to receive orders from alt requiring work > < .
payer. tcra has I led back to Cuuucil'IJ.DI ordered paid.Sjiecial used. My clothes whitened from the use of the soap: .
-It is been his line. Win brain her regular tri.weekly trips to iLtyport.r ,. _. ... .
thought by t.utnti people that inaugurated, in a style ;o ma.ui-j[ Committee lo whom was refer- as bleached.. I can earnestly commend the soap u> The nadersizncd. blending|o remove lo his pIaata.IIJ pilot Tows,touching all mtermeuutt points.Thsin- '

post-office cli-rks read iwstal cards. We ficent. aud.wilh an expenditure mouey t red he matter of grading Bay street I alL NAMCT Sn"rroH. GRAINING. GLAZING and UJSJJINL'i' : will sell bill residence eoAdam Street,near the day. June sjth. 1874. leaving t... wharf every -j.;' ;.'
.
ia the best manner.
done c and Grand National Hotels. 1'uDda1."nundaYSazmda'aec1StmdaJatl."JOA. is.
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have: evidence] t rge, that no ]>er un can coh.-cien-1 were allowed t further time The May 27, 18H; aJIIQ .
that theclerksju the ; to report. H.i.SA..FO. D returning early the next moiisin .tho aflordmg curt 5citucm
.j' office of thia post- tiou!ly and binccreljp commend it iiulers j follow lug communication trom the Mr A.BlTStMJ 11 am much pleased with your soap Orders left at bans attention& Dre,* *Furoaus. Warcbuuie Apply to J. C. G., a spfcmHd.opporn y ot enjoys the t*****J E .

city do not, else In the per- he exjx-cis make money or ofl'u-e out'; Mayor Ava* thc read aud relerred 1 have been maUng my LYing by washing for the last will receive prompt '4.kJ.rVi'lli. Mirck6. 1874, w88tf of surthuthing withon netlecong theJ busuet -;' :- .

formance ol their duty, irregular cart onto Our drpleti. has been ( 'rlul.6. ." Chairman ou the StHct.L'onuui. :. tU1 fifteen year,and must say that I luve never used better REFERENCES. ww also leave every I, : '.-

<*>n*offlhe Treed man's Hank on poMal \ are hoiiej-couiU-cl' throuh ut.t|]' JoCKM !VtU.K, t Ut, JUj- *uh" 'st,,. ; soap*dun thai I bought of your own IDaIII&. S. I. BMOCE, Em.. aol C. L. Roanrsoii, FKJ Bon ton hoops and bustles at JJuciy' SUNDAY. AT 3 A.31., n ;

Cards Struams of money 'In.ja Northern travel, 1, tkttl*.. frt Lutt **J. Hf n 4' Hu L'iff. With one pound of your ..p I washed u'l',pcers! aa .Jcksunvilk- :-' 'I.
'ou1J.hU'c.. been iL, .,J white as B they ba.1 been U-Sditd.- 1 shduiatfait IL t R CODm.C'feainitJIth.-daT. '
trout
lIu1'J.e"aei1-1 piue forcoU, from rivertride, iroui j j taken !. Florida & B1CKLES Rooms II[ For freight or apply oa bard.t. ,.i .
been i iaest Picture ever can paw .Photographic are passage
4% kicked GEKTISKEM I eJl It all likely to .
into the 1 IT interior trade : : oust rcjpcctfuily your atlCA blcacUnc soap. I recommend O as give THE WOOD P. ',a7'l'
from the investment of) WOOU B1CKLESt.11eTT. 'ulOrC.
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K I i. --_' THE, NEW' ;SOUTH : ..SEMI-WEEKLY.; \ '. JACKSONVILLE, WEDNESDAY; JULY. 22, 1874: r


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: An interesting,better .. -
from
Merritt'i
Reciprocity and the Lumber ,-
Ul.nd. Trade. MISCELLANEOUS.. .r'MISCELLANEOUST : MISCELLAHEOUS 4
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Facts d -
like -- MISCELLANEOUS.WHOUML
By permission, we publish the following the following have a ; .. : o. J .
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letter from one of the earnest force stronger than any mere verbal A'eN : D9BBINS, : -i


I and intelligent new comers, who, appreciating argument can possibly exert upon the GUNSMITH: ,'LOCKSMITH, .I. ,HOLLAND, : FLORIDA. ..' SAVING'S. BANK

1 i the capacity of our State, subject of reciprocity, of such commanding .JWATCHMAKER. :. .. S AND. REAL, ESTATE EXCHANGE.

: importance to our whole AND GENERAL JOBBER, AND ; ,.
are laboriously and though slowly, JEWELER,h 5- [Incorporated July.6th, 1874.] *

: still surely, by skill and persistence, country : Comer'Bay and Hogaa Street, 'OFFICE IN LOVERIDCE'S BUILDING OCEAN STREET.!
Comparison of Corner Pine and Sts. r"
Importation and prices during and Bay, ,
t demonstrating the latent resources of the since United the last States treaty: betmeen the British Provinces and JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. ]ACKSONVILLEFLORIDA. A'4 KT OTICE. i Is- hereby given of the incorporation ttt Florida Savin JACKSONVILLE.ft'Bank**fu..July Real Ettatt ist, 1874.Extkangt/ -=--

our State and their I -0- ertbcptuvisionsothelaw.oftheStateoffloridawlthtbsprindpal, place of business in the city of.
own invaluable IMPORTATIONS CKDE THC TKEATT. Jacksonville. .
Year SEWING -:0- The general nature of the business shall be that of Bank for 1 Canals AT IA"fAQA.-';"
a
worth as citizens. Mr. Sams is ending 30th June MACHINES CLEANED AND of Real Estate Savings and Loans;and the purchase and sale 1
a Mortgage>, Bonds Stocks Gold and Silver Treasury _
Warrants.
1854. Total IniDorts.-..._._______ .. REPAIRED.: The &c.: ,
stock which
$599.746 New Jewelry Clocks Watches capital ( may be increased at of shareholder H.
Carolinian who seduced 1655 do ... any meeting: called for that purpose) shall be ROBINSON
__.
by .
one successful 11.HI-LIU ,"96.761 f 10,000, which 10 pet cent shall be paid in business .
|Hs6. do _m._ ...... li. .._,.... ,839,914. Diamonds, Plated and the business, of the corporation may require. upon.. commencing: ,,and-the balance. la installment as WHOUOAUt ft:
cotton crop,'about the close of 1859. do --.... _...___ 11585,181i8co. ORDERS FKOM THE COUNTRY PROMPTLY Solid Gold and Silver This. corporation will go into operation July 6th, 1874- and continue twenty year. : MTAJLDRUGGIST
.
1858. do .
__
__ ..
---- 1.931,386 The highest amount of liability which this
:, the ware embarked in do ATTENDED TO. to corporation can subject itself shall be $'150,000. ,
cotton culture .... ...._.._ Ware, etc. The officers of this corporation shall without
with 1860. do ..__..__mi__,..... 3,937,573,.16,181 holder "'serve' salary until otherwise provided by a vote of OK stock Ifocga Block. Bay St..
lore than average vigor and skill, 1861. do ...,.. >.... __ 3388,7/5 The design of the Florida Bank
Savings U afford those
; l86t. dO ____. SATISFACTION to to who are desirous of saving their money the JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.
__.__ GUARANTEED
of
but 8,537.658 means sa ely employing it at a good rate of interest bi ir ,
net ,to vested under
witb.only the luck the direction well-known citizens
average of 1863. do ____...._ AT ,
in
home
HOME
securities -
3,018,196 DIAMONDS PEARLS AND well-known instead
i ilt+. do ..._ ...__ .o,1rn; ofbij lock.THE IPRE- value or running the risk losing it by entrusting ii to I I COMPOUNDING
almost total failure. ? .?__-. 4.511,419 CIOUS STONES SET IN foreign corporations to be sent to Abandoning 1865. do _..__._
iE66. do ___.._. 4,5IS.626 FINE. GOLD. OFFICERS.-,The officers of this corporation shall consist of a President a Vice President and Treasurer and I
d.. so precarious a business, be settled -.M.- 5.<>93,040 CENTRAL SALESROOMSAN a until Board their of successors three of more are duly Directors chosen', to be chosen anuually,commencing November i, 1875,and jo hold office --S

;; up his cotton planting affairs, and ._.-.--.---.-...-....__|59, 3-79S MmiNcs Regular meetings of the corporation for the election of officers and other business,shall be held TJ7EARNEY'S
AUCTION AND GENERAL Initial Letten Monograms, and annually, commencing November..,187S, .r-'
COMMISSION ..
.': after thorough exploration, has become Avenge annual importation for 13 yean-_ $3,020.- I HOUSE. :1 Fan )' Engraving done in daily lUfiK Houfcs.Sundays-The and reguhr hours for transaction business shall be from 9 o'clock a. m. to 3 o'clock p. m. FLUID EXTRACTBUCH :
Ann THE TREATY EXPIRED. except holidays,and on Sa urdays until 7 o'clock p. m.

a citizen of Florida, making 1867. Total' impons_....___......_... $6,437,860 Bay Street,.near Laura, an art u tic manner. positor.DKPOSIn.-l'This book>cp.J6irs will will be: evidence be entered of his In the her books of the.corporation and also in a book to be given to the de !

t his home on the shores of Merrill'sIsland. ZS d. do ..._._....M._.__.._ 6,717,006 brought to the Bank to have the or properly. When moneys arc withdrawn, this book must be
1869. do >__.?.....--.-.-_ 7,908,446: JACKSONVILLE FLA. absence or sickness it will be payment their entered. Depositors may take out the money themselves or, in case UI!
1870. do ...___. __ paid to order properly witnessed and accompanied by the book. Depos
.
.._ PUBLIC
Intelligent industrious and : .J 8,670,791 SALE every SATURDAY. 6.7-swtr its will be repaid at time when called
1871. do ..._..........._.....__ 8,410,817 Standard time by Chronome. ,at the earliest any practicable in for,when there is a sufficient amount in the treasury uninvested; otherwise

persistent, he is bound to succeed, 1073. do --____..._._-_... ".'34.9.6 ter i Irated by transitobservations. INTBBEST.-Interest at the rate period of seven, and the order three-tenths in which per they cent may(or two be called cents for.per day OB 100))will be paid The only known remedy for

and in the success of such men, the Tot1._. _...,_........-.-_...__n.111 'S6,8S4,711 4 v I ORRIS A. DZIALYNSKI, to annually the principal upon of all the deposits Deposiui.which shall have remained three months. or more in the Bank, to be added annually

". best good of the State is also attained. Average annual importations for 7 year._. $3...tio3 uncalled ACCOANTS for for UNCALLED seven years FOE., shall-Arty cease account to bear to Interest.which nothing shall be added and which: shall have remained: BRIGHT'S DISEASE,

PRICE LIST OF CLEAR PINE AUCTIONEERAND J ,v AccoUNTS PATABL TO HBIKS.-If die who
We LUMBER IN persons own In this Bank the
wish him the money Savings wOl be
best money :
L possible luck; PORTLAND, MAINE. AGENT PUR THE CELEBRATED BOREL ANA paid to their legal representatives.' A'fd a positive raaedy forGOUT ..
and COURVOISIER WATCH. Basic BOOKS.-Although the; officers will endeavor, by all possible ,
solicit his means to prevent frauds, all
observations yet
-. and conclusions UNDER THE TIUIATT.i menu to person producing the bank-books shall be valid payments to discharge the corporation. pay.:
for the NEW i U. S. Currency COMMISSION MERCHANT CHILDREN'S EnDOWMirrs.-Parents or guardians of minor children may deposit money as trustees for the CRAVEL, STRICTURES
I SOUTH : 1857. Price per 1,000 feet.........____._. $26 oo benefit of such minors until they become of age interest upon which may be wihdrawn annually or added to; DIABETES
INDIAN RIVER 858. do do ,.iiimjnm ........._._ 87 OO S the principal. DYSPEPSIA,
**"* July 5, 1874. .& 9. do d6 .__... ..._...___... ae oo 11-All kinds of merchandise received on consign SPECIAL ENDOWMENT PLAN.-Deposits) in the Florida Savings Rank amounting to $70 during each year for a NERVOUS DEBILI
Mr. ****, Dear Sir :-1 received 1860 do do ?..?..._. --. .._._- 3000 ment and sold at auction or private sale. COFFINS AND UNDERTAKERS term often year will secure the depositor a cash payment of 11,000 at the end of the term, or proportionately
welcome letter i&6t. do do _........._............... 30 00 on smaller or larger annual deposits. In case of mabilify to complete the ten annual payments the depositor; TY, DROPSY,
your two weeks since, i&Ca do do ..*_........*..*__..MM 32 oo can withdraw the amounts already paid in, upon g ving three mon.hs" notice, together with the accrued
U'hilbtou my way down the river and 1863. do do .........................._ 35 oo Every description of goods entrusted to me for sale ETA LL1C thereon. This plan unlike ordinary life insurance,secures the-depo&itor against forfeiture of previous interest,I NON-RETENTION, (
1864 dO dO ......._m__.__M_ SO OO Kill be duposcd of it M and offers a safe and easy method of providing a handsome endowment for II e future of parents children payments friend, URINE. OJ fcfCONTINEXCt Of
have had! no opportunity of answering 1065.: do do ......_................__ 50 00 BURIAL CASES, or the rVpositor individually. Sfeeiai deposits not to be withdrawn for ten years, will entitle the depositor to OR IRRITATfON.INFtAMATION.ULCERATION
: it since ; in fact, I have not 11>(<6. do do ?......_...............? 50 oo BEST FIGURE POSSIBLE AND a certificate LOANS. for doittlt tkt amount/each Jtfatitt,payable in ten years in favor of any person> designated. OF IPSE
All
returned received
yet moneys on deposit shall/ be invested in first
home. I AFTER THE TREATY EXPIRED. WO.OD COFFINS this State of at least double the value or in other collateral mortgages on real and personal property: in
received ample
the papers, 1867. Price per 1,000 .feet; ............._..._??._. $50 oo to the owner and prompt and accurate returns made. REAL ESTATE.-This corporation will act as trustees sor the purchase securities and sale of real ; BLADDER AND KIDNEYS
(Harfers, NEW SOWN, Union,) to-day; ,it8. do do._ ,__..._..._.._._ 50 00 and management of estates and property generally. estate of the renting ,
.they ate a 1E>1i9. d<) dO ............................. 5OOOl87O. PALMETTO BLOCK. JAMES H. PAINE ..
", treat, not only to myself, dO dO ...--..-.._._...._ 52 OO SAM'L SPEARING JONATHAN C. GREELEY. SPERMATORRHOEALeucorrhaftt
but: to rny neighbors, to whom I had 1871 do do ..._............_..._.. 54 00 5-J7-sw3m Jacksonville Fla. President. Vice-President. Treasurer / ,
872. dO dO ___.___..._....._ 55 OO Sea-side villa sites for sale on Fort George Island. The f finest freezes :
the bathing cool
,
f given; privilege of opening them 1673 do do ..._........_............ 55'oo L IVF.RY, SALE AND FEED STABLES drive, over fifteen miles in extent ; grand avenues palmetto cedar sea oak. magnolia myrtle.sed &c..,&c.magnificent or tC'htftn. Disease* of the Promt(*

during my absence. My trip down Lumberman's Gazette. .. Jail and see the photographic views at the Honda Sating Bank aid Keal EsUte Exchangeon Ocean street Gland Stone in tha Bidder,Colculus,Gravel or Brick..
the river has made me better pleased =- -r-. _._':_"" _'" _''''_01-- 7-8-iS-tf State county and city scrip bought- and sold at th FLORIDA SAVINGS B .NK dust Deposit and Mucus or Milky Discharges., '

., Ocean.near Forsyth street.
Inan ever, uiuugn experienced many GENERAL DIRECTORY., OF ALL SIZES AND QUALITIES.LADIES' a -

discomforts, among others, mosquitoes STATE. AND GENTLEMEN'S ROBES. KEARNEY'SEXTRACT ,

by the bushel. I cannot reckon Governor-M. L. STEAKX8. -S EMBALMING DONE.WHEN REQUIRED. J. C. L'ENGLE, DRUGGIST ,'

them in other Lieutenant Oovt r.orKtcrMary ALSO, ,
any I have bad
way. t''f Plate 8 U. i-- .
McLIX. MARBLE AND MARBLEIZED BUCHU
j .enough of them at nigh, for the past Cnmitrullet A. COWG1LL. JACKSONVILLE, FL ORIDA. t
'j Trwiiui T-C. 11. FO-TJLH SLATE MANTELS. .
.month but
they are but as a drop of AIIOIIW1 0-ral-Wli. A. COCKK. SLATE Permanently ewes ail Diseases of the

.water iti a bucket, in comparison with Connn'rot' Lund* arid Immigration EAGAJf. The best and most Mjliih livery teams in the city HEARTHS, &c.,
I ;those of the sea shore. NuixjiinU-ndinl.- of rubliclimirui"''i->n-J. C. GIBBS. an be found at the Stable of the undersigned near the MANUFACTURED TO ORDER BLADDER KIDNEYS. AND DROPS
-tEtCLng1ncr-.d. 11. ALbEKUElt. Florida Home,com"r 01 Cedar and :
Fursyth Street. AND FOR SALE BY CAL SWELLINGS
Among the curiosities of the lower ECWlEilK C0011T.rhlif Horse boarded and well cared for on reasonable ; = ,

river, the India Rubber tree is not the Justice-E. M. RANI\tL., terms. fur CALVIN OAK, fe1; Existing:(a men,woroea: and children
IIe.IItJ J Ustlw e-J. I) \\E$Ie OTT, Strong teams hauling purposes always on band.W.II.AVERY.. Forsyth Street between Laura and Hogans ,
least, growing in a thousand fantastic! .(. u. VAN VALKEXBERG. tw 6-IO' Jacksonville.Florida.

shapes-sometimes climbing like a Clerk-LYMAX B. JXWrKiC.ciucuir Jacksonville: Ma.. May 3), 1874. tf !_ NO MATTER WHAT THE AGEl

tender viue up some lofty oak and c'omrr. ',,-. -- __. ___ n __ ___ METALLICBURIAL .
lit JudidalCircuit-W. W. VAS NEPS. I'cnwcola.: _
then entirely enclosing the trunk in its Si o. ".. 1'. W. WHITE.! Qu'n-v. TIlE HEAVENS AND TIlE EARTH -- -_- --- -_ jr Extract Prof. Steel Btichu says: "On tonic of Keam. '. Fluid
folds 3.1.' Wni LKYMJX. Live Oak. CASES combined. worth more than all other Buchu.
expanding to a tree not the 4th.' Jl. U.AUCU1UAL.D, Jackson I

smallest of the 'forest. The ville.6lh WOOD COFFINS Price One Dollar
cocoanut JIlI1i.:1.t1l110uit-J. II. OOS Ocala.4tb" ; per Bottle,or Six Bottles: for five
and date also TRIBUNE EXTRA NO. : Dollars.
flourish
but
do not bear .0.1 'j'.YAO 1.E.1'lIwpa.: 1 9,
fruit here all 7th" J. M" I'l:JCK;; Enteri.rlce.uur (Now Read )
our )
cocanuts
,. being DEPOT 104. DUANE ST.. NEW YORK.
picked up on the !beach. The seashore .?\L4 y.Couttj CON rAI :S SIX LECTURES: ON ASTRONOMY,, A
is rock-bound BY Physician in attendance to answer
and uninviting. The Ju<1ge-W. A. WcLKAN. .,or-.M. and give advice gratis. correspoodenc
'": eastern shore of the river consists! of Clerk 'rCoiiN-0- HAKT. MR. RICHARD A, PROCTOR.
Mit-nff-JiiSErU: AND
ll.DL'HKEK.
: -
L THE SUM. .
rolling sand-hills covered with saw, htate Soliutor-T JUcIXJ.NNKLL.!: II. Tit a SUM'S FAMILY OF PLANS is. CASKETS.ROSS' -irsaND: STAMP FOR rAUPHMTSy fttZft."S%

palmetto and scrub but filled Ouuut &,icitnr-CIIAS tSUiliiKKS.. III. COMETS AND METEORS. -
with
Tl't'lU'ul't't-J.' W. WA 111. IV. IKE MOON.V. -
deer and bear, the former of which I A-e- or-J. C. OKEELUV.Collector : ; WONDERS OF THE STAll DEMHS. )fARRL OPI'OSITE-FRONT BLOCK. NEARLY
.' are 1'ETJJi: JII:'1:8.:: VI. BIRTH AT.D GROWTH OP botAn SYSTDI.l OLD STAND TOT1I
comparatively: tame,as I approach Sup.iiut4si.u,Dt(.f \ l'1ol,-C. F. MAVEET.Auciiomtrs : THE -
Bay
ed within ten yards of with -J. L. Curch. J. C. Hemming M. A. e Extra also contains lectures delivered kt the An Street Jatksonville, Fla. TOBACCO CIGARS
one the aid Dzia'ln. I. derson School on Penikese Island but never befure pub
E. WASGATE. NERVOUS AND
.of red I lished. DEBILITATEDOF
a ,
handkerchief.
1 >otary 1'uUicn-John O. IlHmil 1, F. 12 Knapp. T.
My trip culminated 8. Kelln.: 0. P. ()oopr. CbH*. M. Mummers, W. U. By I'ROF. LOUIS AGASSIZ. !
in a pic-nic on I J.ffrev, E win Illfam*, Wm. M Irdwith. XI. ST. AUGUSTINE. BOTH SEXES.
ihe ihjrd, at which there were one Cherry, Than II.){ax.-)', J. W. Svaim, II. Orangt, II.I. THE FIRST LEbSONS TO THE ANDERSON SCHOOL. FOR PIPES AND SNUFF
ART TEACHING.
hundred present, just about one-third J Whitney.os. II. liurkee, C. Cudnngton, W. L.Oan, J. \.'. Ill. THE BEST OP Books TO STUDY. NO CHARGE FOR ADVICE AND CONSULTATION.

of our entire County .r.crr-MIlt's Fake E. Fuitunr IV. CLASSIFICATION IN NA ruRAL HISTORY. I I THE SCHOONER .
\ population. I Com.mll'Fi ,
enjoyed II. 11. IlVg, T. a! E..Us, K. Jones. V. GLACIAL HISTORY OP THE CONTINENT. AT WHOLESALE BY :
myself very much but had to leave Justices of the lea e-"'. V.'. Samponn, W. A. VI. NOTABLE WOK us ox VARIOUS Tones. I
fjtfly (6 i'. Hum me-rail. 0 F.Townwtid. Henry C Tlxon. Jame The Proctor-Agassi Extra: takes the __ MagnoliaWill DH. J. B. DTOTT, graduate of Jefferson Medics
}at.) to number and
some College. Philadelphia author of
married I several valuable
carry M. AViicon. M. I' works
Churptll. A. II.
Philip W I. in 1 1
place: HE KIBUNB Extra Series of the "Credit L. B.
ladies to Sand Point, as I 1 had the 'W.C
fastest boat on the river. I determined Chns F. Smith. that in the "Library for One Dollar," unless otherwise .- .:.: ,-.- between Jacksonville& either in male or female no matter from what cause or.-

to come back and so got the J.Inspectors Pr'c Jr.Con"IabirsG.. of Lumber-II. M. Moody. ,U.'W.Cone States ordered.10 cents Price;postpaid twenty copies, to any to address one address in the, 'United 1.50. :;::J St.Frc'ghts Augw.tine' at low rates BAY STREET, between Laura and Hogan yean iginating enables or of him bow to long treat diseases standing.with A success.practice Cures of 30

master of ceremonies to prolong the IT. Moyx, 8. Whon. J. Smith J. OThe Series of 14 TRIBUNE Extras. now published I. For freight or passage guaranteed. Charges reasonable! Those at a distancecan
.dance j. Forbes,James Lane J. II. Bronx by mail to any address in the United Stain for One forward letter describing I)mptoms and enclosing
till .my return. I had to beatoaItlI : DolUr CircuUrs giving details of THE TRIBUNE Extras apply to W1LLSON & WHITLOCK, Jacksonville, Florida. stamp to pay postage
free. Address THE;TRIBUNE. New-York. Jacksonville, Fla.,
a ucau ahead wind tor thirteen CITY OF IACKSOKVILLE.Mayor 4-22!*WjmK Send for the CuiJe Iftaltk..
.miles A3"Now is the time to subscribe for THE WEFKLYoslaNa. Or to JAMES COSS, to Price ioc.
coming back, and as a thunderstorm -PETEIl JOAtS.: Ti Single copies. one year. $n; Thirty Copies 5-etf St. Augustie, Fla.
was brewing it Aldermen-U. A. THEBAUT, E. W.DEXSV. A.l. to one address f i each and extra copy to the gctur-up: B. J. DYOTT Is!. D.
was so dark Ut81U.! :: .W. IKTI>OUGLA8VM.M. BO8T- of the club. Specimen copies free. THE ,
(hat I could see neither thore and it WI' K. L. I FLKMINO' JACOB IIUFF, A. J. Address THE TRIBUNE, New-York DEPOT LUMBER YARD. T-- Physician: and Surgeon 104 Duane St,N Y..
was I1L"\'rLEY $. R. lJ U C ARD. are informed that I have just added to my stock! a great variety of CLOTHING of
b
lonely '
very ) myself. However, Mamual-E 1 rORTCXE. the best manufacture together with a new supply of FASHIONABLE: DRY GOODS. Latest

I got back in time for two dances Clerk-W Cllkl'ry.Tre.llurprHA8.. HUllENBKRG.. NEW YORK TRIBUNE. CONTRACTORS. BUILDERS; style consequently Broadway the SILK HATS &c. The entire line of goods were: purchased at panic prsces:,

more and 1 got in s WILL FIND A PROSPECTUSOF
caught a heavy rain A .or-C. B. SIMMONSColKoiori'lIILJP
H AVE WE TWO BRAINS t R' THE
when VTA LTER.Clerk PLACEwhere
FULL ASSORTMENT OF -
carrying
some girls home. of)arkt't-WM. GAUVIX. Dr. C E. Brown-f equud. NEW YORK WEEKLY HERALD
I was very much disappointed in City l'hrMician-o. UKEW:; Jr. I DRESSED AND UNDRESSED LUMBER, you can get the best. .goods cheapest is at the store of the undersigned.
IS ALCOHOL A POISON? .
not being able MOULDINGS AND SAWED I -
to TO
attend
a meeting of Dr. Wra. A. Hammond. PINE SHINGLES JAMES: GORDON BENNETT _
-
our agricultural society to-day as I 7JASONIC.'t u meet the wants of this made it an object to ., rKOPHlSTOR.
Folomon
Lodre
ilE POET
intend ; LONGFELLOW.James. CHEAP FOR CASH AT .
raising pine.apples, and so am E Hot, hec; II Koupraan,Tre* It.'gular ui -eung. T. Fields.U. BOY
much III and :2d We.Lie-dy"of 61t1'h month. THE DEPOT LUMBER YARD. Broadway and Ann Streets.
very interested in the transport, DuvM Lodi No. IB-.K Wa,ga'c.V.. M.; B. II. only from those manufacturers whose goods ha\e world-wide celebrity. My assortment of
S ation question. Web..lt>r. 80><'.; D. Jones, T'II I r. Regular meetings S. SURVEY OF THE WEST. Lumber delivered in all parts of the city and vicinity The WEEKLY HERALD Is published every Sat.
Our bt and Sd. M un granges will be organized on cksonvllleChapter No. 12.1. A.M-. .Dncsrs, ders receive: prompt attention. N price:-
j the 30th prox. and I M. E. II.P_; M. DO......See ; D Jon .,Cuard. Rt e.nl. THE HORSE IN AMERICA. LOUIS J. BRUSH has no equal in this city,and I intend to sell at such rates that my store OneCopy, J,
hope that we .- lust 7 K tml1i/l,."f rr". 6. .
me..ln(1 IriJxy ofacli month. (Illuslratdd.) isco\'eries by Ptof. O. C. Marsh & 1874. IS Three Copies j
can devise some method of Dantans Omnmandcry No. 2-J. H. E. be the of Five Copies
cheapen- Drigcs: to centre trade. Visitors in want TRUNKS will find a new and excellent supply ---,4
ing transportation v.; I>. C. Da.kius, Recorder. Regular mootings 1st SAFETY AT SEA. AT Ten Copies. 15
and also of CARD.On
quickening and 24 Tuesdays ot each month.
(Illustrated) Iron steamers that will not sink. THE GREAT SOUTHERN Postage five cents (or three moaths.
it, though I STATE BAZAR. of every size and price. Rember. that at the store per copy
OEFICERS.Grand : .
get freight from These interesting Lectures and Letter*. with a care. and after the first of November known as Any larger number addressed to names of subscribe
Charleston in one week and letters in Master-A. J Rnsoell Jacksonville. ui l report of the important Papers read at the April ID.II jo each -
one month. Or nd Deputy )>asUr-I). U. Wilson Tl&llalAas.ec.tlr. meeting of the National Acadei-iy Sciences at Wa>hfngton SELECTPRIVATE BOARDcan BUCKY'S An extra copy will be sent to every club often
-. Grand Wardlll-E.l'. Jordan Fernaudina. ,and at the May meeting of the American Oriental Twenty copies to one address one year $.15, and
Our society here is rather Jr. Grand Warden b. Wacgate,.(a'kiK>n>1lle.! Society at Boston! ,.are published full in THE .. be had in the (family of Colonel A. M. JONES.I any larger number at the same price.
but still mixed, O rand Tr al'Un'r-D. I. Oakley. Montlo-llo. TRIBUNE }.XfRA 1'10. '9: Price In sheet form 10 Murdoch House." Forsyth street, between Liberty S GREAT SOUTHERN BAZAR. BAY STREET, JACKSONVILLE FLA., you can find Two extra copies will be sent to clubs of twenty.
lines are drawn, though rather G rand! t'c'cret.ary-lJ'' 0 Uavkins, Jctktonvillc./ cents: in pamphlet ao cents,or seven for |i. and Washington. all k ol goods cheap for cash. These rate make the WEEKLY HXKALD the cheap.
:faint ones. There Grand (Chaplain.>v.John P.nllY. Circulars givln full details of the co tents of all DAY BOARDERS 4'r: J. D. BUCKY. esttiublicalion in the country.
are here some very Grand TJI..r'-David Jones Jacksonville. THE TRIBUNE EXTRAS,free by mail. Terms cash in advance. Money sent by mail will boat
good people, and I am glad to DISTRICT DEPUtY GRAND MASTKIIS. satisfactorily accommodated. the risk of the sender. A
some of say Ut. Jltrlct-U. O. Alderman. Marianna. I THE WF.EKLY TRIBUNE For further intimation. ; apply at this office or to SAVE MONEYSAVE TIME TAKE COMFORT A generous portion cf the WEEKLY HapaLowilt Be
my nearest neighbors arc 2<1 II -.- Reeves.t"ballahooct.eeo.I I A. M. JONES, at residence. appropriated to Agriculture. Horticulture,Floriculture:
'among them.Education. 3d II. B.Taylor Live Oak.4lb" The Pomology and the management of domestic animals.
Farmers Favorite .
J.S. [.Irlllg( ",.Jacklln\'lIle. Paper, REFERENCES: Particular attention will be paid also to Reports of rbeMarkets
has not been sufficiently 6b" VT. II. Long Ooala.th Mayor J. C. Greelcy, Fleming &: Daniel D. G.mbier. ,
attended E II Z. II. Mut-on. Oranire until Jan. i 1875, for '. \ ,J. H. Norton C. L. Rubinson. The aim will be to make the WEEKLY HERALD superior -
Spring.
to, but we are trying to organize 7th II track Branch Tumps Address THE. TRIBUNE. New York. 7ae ._flilll. fla.. October as. zS7 tf to any other agricultural and family newspaper

You a school below Sand Point. 8TATEO'FIC OF RAND CH&PTER,U.A.M. PORT ROYAL R. R. I n tbe country.Every number. of the WREKLY HERALD will contain

see I am interested in public af. Grand JlWh Pii-kt-M. Duwi-s.,Juck-cnvilns A. O. HUSSEY. a select story and the latest and most important newsy
..I fairs here Drputy Grand High Pru-et-J. ti.) Drijigi,Jickaon- JNO. W. HOWELL.' b telegraph from all parts of the world up to the hour
much ,
more than I ville.Oimd
ever .
-- o f publication.During
: thought I would be but King-B. G. Aldprraon. Marianna.Orwid mi.IIB the session Congress the WEEKLY HERALB
I
intend I
; as
hcnbc-D. C. Wilson& TalJaha..aH.Oraa.d .
will contain a sumirary of the proceeding! and the !latent -
to make my mome here I wish the Treaaurtr W. A. Vounif Jacksonville. HUSSEY & HOWELL news. by telegraph from Washington Political Re-

country to develop as much ODD YELLOWS NOTICE TO TRAVELLERS. li Fashionabics Artistic. Literary and Sporting
ble. as possi Florida Lodge No. 1-\Vm. H. Cook N.O.; 8. )I. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN Int lliltcnce: Obituary:o.o ces.V aricties.A"'UMtUS.Editonal .
Oijr greatest drawback is the Toiktr. It. 8. Regular meetings. ctery Tuesday Anicles on the prominent topics of the day.
'>, review of the Cattle and Goods Finaa.
shallownecs nijbt. a Dry Markets.
of the mouth of the river, TEMPERANCE SOCIETIES. BOOTS cial and Commercial intelligence and accounts of important
an3: the mosquitoes which infest Duval Divuion Ko. 1-Henry Kane, N. P.; Oeo. SHOES and interesting events of the week.
'of the some W. Franer.R.8. Regular minting vi-ry Thurs The HERALD employs no agents in the country nor
best lands eighty miles south day nigLt at Good Templar's Hall, Iloeg's Block. Passengers ,make Close Connection in distant cities to canvass for subscribers,as none are
.of me. Jackson viUeLodga of Good Templars No. 1-B.F. LEATHER & FINDINGS. necessary. Any person pretending to be an :ag nt for
Ward, W. C. T.; B. A. Heuuog. W. It. 8. Meet every the WEEKLY HERALD should be treated as a common
.It is now getting on well in the Wednesday evening in oca's Hall.! (3d floor). VIA THE Iwln Ier. The club system has abolished the agency
." wee sma' hours I Rescue Ixxlge No. Z, I.O.G.T"(Est.1 ackov illf( ') sysum lib safe and cheap.
ayont the twal so -B. U. Wtbster. W. 0 T.; 0. 1.[. Jones, '\\:. R.8. A complete assortment of New York and fine The price of subscription whenever practicable
Philadelphia
..so I must close. Your friend f Meet tv-ry tvrninR; at Grove na I, nur the shell SAVANNAH & CHARLESTONs be transmitted by Post Office Orders. It is the
road tiUge.FIRE Goods always on hand. mode transmitting money by mail.
M. S. S. I : DEPARTMENT. At small POM Offices in die country where Post Ot.
I Chief Engineer' mea II. lloey. Sole agents in Jacksonville for' Samuel Dunbar & Co.'s AND lice Orders cannot be obtained,money may be remittedin .-
lit AMKlant-Joseph Marxyck.Btram i Registered Letten.Advertisements .
,Cotton Manufacturers': Dividends. Fire Engine Mechanic's-Thoa.J. Mott,Fore Misses' and t hildren's Fine Shoes. iI to a limited number win' be i inserted c
man.JEtna I in the WEEKLY HERALD. .
The South and West are becoming otram Fire Engine'-William Baya,Foreman. Goods sen by mail or express to all parts of the State. PORT ROYAL RAILROADFor Price of DAILY HERALD, four cents a copy. An
Alert IIow Ko. I-C. C. Vandersrlfl .
.a little envious of the ; Foreman.Pnccoix subscription price fit,always in advance.
huge profits of : Hose.No. >-&. J. Kusw,Foreman. .

some of the manufacturing companies Aiiirik-us Foreman.Hook and Ladder Co.-T. A. Wilson, Bay Street, near Laura, Jacksonville, Flo. :Augusta Atlanta Chattanooga, Memphis, Nashville Louisville, Cincinnati ALB.Write in a the bold address and legible on letters hand to,and the NEW give the YORK name HE*of.

) in New England, and one of their ShANKS !; St. Louis, Chicago, and all'points North, South, East and West. each subscriber: of Post Office,County and State so

[wide awake: journals to show Frerdman'a Paving's Bank, corner of Pine and plainly that no errors in mailing. papers will be liable to
: how i it occur. s.4Qtf
iEJ Fort th streets, J. W. Svaim Cashier. .
;c, has compiled a table of the divi. D. O. ADlbl Banking House, Bar street,T.B. -
_)I dends] declared ),Iaato". Cashier. SELLING STRAIN LEAVES DAILY AT 9.30 A. M.
by some of the OUT. -
4 leading K. w. Denny, Banking Home Bay.street,corner OF PRACTICE AND
ouon and woolen mills in v Ocean. RULES
1873, < i - f ,
BLOUNTS CODE.
I .From HOTELS. \
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.t this it appears that twenty-six Grand National Bay street, near Julia,Geo. McGiiiley PASSENGERS HOLDING TICKETS BY OTHER LINES CAN GET THEM The FLORIDIAK office at Tallahassee has just

companies out of forty-seven divided: ,Propnetor. "- EXCHANGED (thereby avoiding delay in Savannah) AT printed a small edition of the Rules of Practice adoptedby
I if Mrtropoliun, Newnan street, near Bty, J. :B. ING ABOUT TO CLOSE MY BUSINESS .
from 10 to 30 per cent. each. The :Torni. Proprietor. B IN THIS CITY, I the Suoreme Court together with the act of '&nrepealinl
the Code of Proceedure,and the full text of
nfl Oouan IIUUI(.Ocean street,near Mr. O. L'Bnffington.
Bay
Chicppee declared 30 per cent., th C < Proprietress. offer my entire stock ofBOOTS .- S. BREN'S TICKET OFFICE I Blouni's Code. (act of 1861) now in force all In pam.phlet -
-11 Cocheco 20 the Florida Home I' ; f form.
Lancaster 22)4, and corner Fortyth and Cedar street, *
W. E. Stockwell,Maoager. # The compilation will convenient to this
the Pacific Mills 20 per cent. Result: AND I-rOESt. 21 BULL STREET, SAVANNAH, QA."C profession. Price Two Dollars.prove very Cash orders solicited.

like these are certainly calculated to FEDERAL OFFICERS. Address DYKE &: SON.
excite the Collector of C..wma-J.R. SCOTT. 5-i9sw4t Tallahassee.
,
manufacturing
ambition o f Deput) CollccuT- W. BLtW.:

other communities. And at some future I- Inspector I'oatm..ter-E.if Customs M. CHENEY.11100 INS. AT COST FOR. CASH. This is an opportunity seldom offered to_ secure STRl'cTLY. ', RELIABLE-., INFORMATION. FURNISHED.. CORN 'AND OATS.

day,when Southern capital wjl Collector Internal li-venue--A. A. KNIGHT --
be a less intangible thing than it is Sarreror-Oenenl W GILBERT. bargains. Country merchants will do well, to avail themselves Ar'Jhi$ :'DAILYPAPERS Just received large stock prime corn and oats,
a t U. &Oattf er-THOS. McMURRAY. ; At W. U. LUCAS' NEW STORE.

I present investments in enterprises oiha pf u. CIRCUIT coimr. chance to assort their stocks.: From the following cities on file every day, FREE TO EVERYBODY: Boston, Bay Street. near Laura

.kind will ttyubtless be more com Judge Attorney-PHILIP--J. B.C.FH DREW.*8KK. New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore San Francisco, Chicago,. Percale shirts*.nice,al Bitchy s.tWDtC.

man than they are at cresent.-Nnll Marshal-S.CON ANT. -::.. ". t J. H. CROWELL, St. Louis, Cincinnati, and many others..

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