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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 25, 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. S JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. SATURDAY- / ,MO'RNING, JULY. 25, 1874. NO. 36.- .

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THE NEW SOUTH. from those of our Agrumes, not to ARTICLE ii. regular form. The w1iol .proceeding! ,FOR SALE OR RENT-COUNTRY. PROFESSIONAL. CARDS Ac. GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS. ;;

make different species of them. Orders of Divisions followed by nature is irregular. Mr. Beecher arrests :' j

PUBLISHED EVFJWEDNESDAY SAl UIUAY. AND We have followed a new method : -First Division-Second Division hmself; he brings himself before a HOTEL AND ORANGE GROVE LJ F. COLCORD, IMPORTANT Td EVERYBODY.. .

we begun by seeking species in the -Characteristics which Determine jury whom he has previously selected r JL ;
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TERMS SUBSCRIPTION: crowd of our Agrumes in Europe, and These.-With these principles fixed, (there is no troubjsoineCfcr'side to FOR SALE:OR RENT; : Successor to]. H. Cro-s-eH.'. If you wish a genuine article In the way or Clgart

SfMi'fFKtv!Five=; or more copies mail f subM.-ribcrs j.oo each ;,and f 3.50 an per extra annum.copy we distributed around them their. hy- it is to class the Agrumes of Europe question any of his jurors,) and then .' r' -' .*...2 I
We &C. "
will .
rent for the sell Wines Liquors, to <;
fo
season or on terms,
,.ill IK MIII to ever)' club..f ten received at one time. brids and their varieties. We have in a natural order. Nature never he challenges eyerybody'to bring 'on easy Comer Bay and Ocean streets.
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H'BFKLY. mail mlwo-ibcr) S.* per annum. Ten makes In her but TIlE ALA CHACO ORANGE v !- j- S J. B. TOGNI.-V I---
C/SE
then presented some reflections leaps progress, gradates all the evidence they can find in rela. ..
each; Iwenty copies' ft.6o; Fifty cop- upon ;" 't.
copies '1.75 Highest cash pricee paid for Hides, Skins Furs. .
te, 'i.4OCCh. the species of India, of which we have always in an insensible manner all tion to the charges andUnsinu tions Near 1tleU'oDvJ11e.( Orange Co., Florida!' Wax otc 7-iSswiy ."..'"" '".. l-& ii

AIl' XTiSIXG RA TES: only an idea, leaving to more enlightened her operations. She has begun by afloat against him. Now/as he seemsto WITH i .1. .a-S Ii
THE FARM ORANGE
SHMI-WBFKLV ft oo per Inch or leu,first insertion: botanists the care of examiningand dividing this genus into two sections, act the part both of plaiantiff! and NURSERY:: ATTACHED.GROVE AND jN. BETTES, If yon wish, to tab .recreation, a good" gam' &i ol'if>.,

ach uusequcnt in..cninn. 50 Cents. classing them as we have done one formed by the citrus, the other defendant, or of prosecution and Billiards go to J.B.TOGNl"S Saloon. Bay street. ''' .
PHYSICIAN AND .
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WEEKLY f i.8}pvr''nc'1 OT''c(.*. first| Insertion: each for Europe. The seed has been our, by the orange ; these two species are prisoner at the bar, it is'clear enoughin TillS PROPERTY IS MOST ELIGIBLY SURGEON, --r-_".<";S.-J;,:!
subt.cqUCIII1"". 75 cents. I marked with constant and LOCATED% miles! from the Sieam- Jacksonville. Fla. .", 1. .
principal guide in the researches after pronouncedtraits virtue of this doule role he should . \
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line. boat Landing on Lake Monroe. *
cents OFFICB UOt.'IIS-From'
.Spv.-ialX.&et so per 8 till m.and till
of 9" la a p.m.
species.'e have seen that the citron physiognomy. name the jury. The gentlemen of the OFFICE Imported Bass Ale on draught. CaiIItatJ.jTOGNVSaithsMetropoliunBflflardSaioon. \
RCSIDUICK
AND -Corner Ocean and Monroe
TEas: CASH IK ADVANCE.Addretc
of the Jews [citrus medico cedrafntcta The citron has always a leaf with committee are well known as men of FOR INVALIDS THE CLIMATE CANNOT BE streets. 6-7-601 .. .,: -

ADA1S.CARRUTI1 I Jacksonville&Florida CO.. oblohgo rasso cduli odoratissino linear petioles, the scion colored, a responsibility 1 and standingfand their SURPASSED-while no part of Florida combines ,-.....-.i,,! I---S---
so ma advantages the !
ny grower 35jra
. Gall. Syn.] produces itself perpetually reddish violet! the flowers are partly verdict, or report/VSftjt ''will be of TROPICAL: FRUITSIf / :BAER & MARKENS, .
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" :: hermaphrodite and pax..y..ma5c9line: calledwill: oatitess'b) -i 44 -! -* % t .t.-.r.
TREATISE; ON THE CITRUS. from the seed. It has many s atisfactory( CLARKE
I the corolla. is white inside and shaded to the public. There is not sold before the FIRST MONDAY in MARCHnext STRICTLY WHOLESALE GROCERS JOHN
the
seed which one thing
generally produce ,
,the property will on that day be offered at public ,. _
The follow Hifi articles on the CUnw lire copied from same: it is therefore a type. All the with violet outside, the stamens nunt- that can already be said to their credit; sale to the highest bidder. Apply to FLA. FORWARDING : .....
JACKSONVILLE,
0.'. HOME j<*'KKAL AM KfKAL Sol'THUANO of New bering thirty to forty, the fruit ob. they invariably snub the interviewers. FLEMING & DANIEL,
other citrons steriTe
Orleans, f..r"which journal they were translated from are or nearly so ; Attorneys, AMDCOMMISSION I 1- '., the French of ('K<>KCB UALUIMO. We, commend the they give either hybrids or varieties ; long, yellowish with a tender rind Those pests of journalistic enterprise Jacksonville.Florida.. *S 4 "9-3m Goeds at Savannah and Charleston.prices.

to Joi'KNAi.Southern as needs.intriiikically: valuable and spcci"lIyadapl.d such is the citron in China [citntsmcdica adhering to the pulp. have industriously bored'them' individually Octt>rr8z8. tf MERCHANT--t .<- ,<-'<**

cedra fructa maximo auran- The orange on the contrary, has and each one has received, All shades braids and chignons at Buckys.F0R L. COAN, AlSO DKAU lit S "1 .p.I-*.''* _

CHAPTER II. tiato, Gall. Syn ] the cedrat of Florence [ constantly a leaf with a winged peti- exclusively for his own paper, the information w. ROCERIEa. PROVISIONS. GRAIN.- ;< _
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Table of the Oeous Citrus arranged according. to thr [cit/its mcdica cedra Florentina ole, the scion whitish green, the flow- that as soon as the investigation SALE. .JUSTICE OF THE PEACE '.;.*:rt'-......",.
HAY
New: Theory Vegetable Reproduction.ARTICLE SECARS. *c. \
fructa 'pamo etc., Gall. Syn.] and ers hermaphrodite, with a corolla en- is completed a full report will AND ""' _

I. I many: others which resemble these. tirely white, and stamens to the number be made public. VERY CHEAP! NOTARY Sole Agents for Florida ror' ...''. s'Averifl'sQcmical :;

Divisions /)' llotamsts and Cullivaion The common lime [fiftus medica oftwenty ; the fruit round, golden, What will be the result ? If we Three small Farms t.\e limit PUBLIC. Paint.and -.,; ; ,>.r,
near City
-Divisions adopted, this workrrinritire and rind which is Office: in FREEDMAN'S: BANK BUILDING. I
having a ;
Union fructa crrta, Gall. Syn.] also cottonny were obliged to risk anything we White's Patent Money Drawer.. J
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.S'p aes-A'eJIee1ioizs upon the I carries many seed ; it reproduces itself inside and never adhering to the pulp. would bet that ,Beecher would come ONE OF TEN ACRES, Jacksonville, Fla. Agent for .. ;t ';. _

Species iI/tlia.-The citrus is a genus constantly, from its seed and its But this first division does not follow off first best. We think the'odds are Geared. land; no other improvements. STEAMI LIZZIE BAKER. ,.. "..?:-.i',

of which the bpeCies have a great disposition proper traits descend in perpetuity. all the combinations with which in his favor. Even if the real meritsof ONE OF TWENTY ACRES ATORTON & KOOKER, "' :

to mingle, and the I flower of It is then it nature has enriched this fine genus. the case are evenly balanced! he has fruit About fifteen acres In cultlv>tlon, 500 grape vines and VOLUSIA ,
a species ; gives hybridsor trees; underdraincd; clay subsoil; one of the best REAL; ESTATE DEAl EKS, corner Ocean and Bay I
which i presents great facilities for reception varieties but they are rarely found These two species are then subdividedinto the advantage of position, and of place I peaces for gardening. streets,Jacksonville. Florida. MeD : -iC'.M'.", ,

of extraordinary fecundation. among a large number of types ; they as many sub-species which and manner of trial. Mr. Tilton ONE OF TWENTY ACRES, Life Money and loaned Fire Insurance on Real Agents Estate and security.dealers in General PineLands Van Brunt&Bro's. LineSailingPackcts! ,..,.t-: ,-

Thus it presents: an infinite number bear lew seed, and these very seed havel ikewise received their traits from threatens some horrible disclosures, About woods;four on King's acres road in cultivation CALL AND,' balance SEB. good pine Correspondence, Plantations solicited.&c. Springfield; suburb' a specialty.aSswtt FROM: NEW YORK. .:-.

of diverse races which adorn our gar most frequently revert to the type' ; the hands of nature, and which there and he keeps threatening. He could C. C. COLLINS, 3 <"
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Dealer Real Estate. Witschen's St. tw36-iga Bay StreetJacksoDiJt.Ftorid;-J- ;
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Building Bay
dens and the vague and indeterminate << fore invariable. The citron :
are equally:
they are sometimes seedless-it is always tell something that would ever after B. C. DREW 5 ...

names of'which fill our cata in those which are most distant has been divided<<1 into the {(drat stop the preaching of Mr. Beecher. J ... "'.

logues. It is the multitude containedin from the type that this sterility ap- and the lime. The orange into the One sad result of this affair is the HEALTH, WEALTH, ATTORNEY AND FAIRBANKS .--- -. : .

this numberless family, of whichwe pears ; the 1'oncires or the lemon ('e- orange proper and the Bigaradier. separation of Mr. and Mrs. Tilton. COUNSELLOR-AT-IJUY ," ._

desire to give a tableVe will drat [citrus medica, limonfructa citra- The cedrat is distinguished! by its She has left his bed .and board," -AND- DALRR1H'S
Office in the new Freedman Bank Building.cornei : ,
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endeavor to class them according to to, etc.Gall. Cyn.] are of the num- short and stiff branches, by its green and notifies him that henceforth their Pine and Forsyth Streets,Jacksonville,Fla. GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS,
the principles which we have just ex and oblong leaves of which the petiole 4' RECREATION I B.B. ANUKBWS. I. a. C. DRaw.
ber. The liiijaradier also bears many paths shall be separate. Why she I-IV BAY STREET, JACKSONVILLE,FLA.

plained.Ve will give the descriptionof seed. They always produce Bigara- is united and continuous with the has done so is not yet known to the, LANDS Full

these species, hybrids and varieties diers ; it is very rarely in the midst ofa middle vein which divides it, and by public. CASSIUS. 1 M. & II. J. BAKER, *"

and we try to fix theirsynonymy. great number of types: that a hybrid the fruit which is oblong, made of a .. ORANGE GROVES, COLONIES, J Always keeps on hand :

It is, perhaps, the most difficult part appears accidentally ; varieties are thick, tender, and aromatic rind. The earliest peaches that arrive here FARMS, MARKET-GARDENS, ATTORNEYS-A T-LA W. DAY, CORN OATS, BRAN,FEED GROUND;'-
PEAS CHICKEN
of this work ; First-Hccau:.e the botanists The lime, or lemon, on the con- VILLA SITES, TOWN FEED ,
found but donut
more frequently they are trom South Carolina, but as usual Orriot: Reed's Building, PORK, LARD BACON, .
or cii tivators who have described sport far from the tj pe, and their trary, bears long and pliant branches, the crop is small. The first of the LOTS, t-iy Jacksonville,Florida t. SHOULDERS, -I'
the varieties have not always with large and yellowish leaves of HAMS .:I *"; -'
seal it the is
reproduce ; Bigaradier season came about a fortnight ago. FOR SALE ON SANFORD'S GRANT.
(!one so with the exactitude necessary then a bl1ec es. which the .petiole is raised at the side The business has passed into inexper- JAMES M.BAKSR. xncroij.BAKER. I FISH FLOUR, ',.," + i'

to recognize them in the midst of M> by a sort of offshoot, r.nd articulatedat ienced L M. MOORE.AGENT, HO nNY, lEALRICE" ,..,. ,, -
hands and much of fruitis
The sweet orange bears many seed the Sanford. BEEBE HECKER'S FLOUR; FARINA; ,
many different ways ; and secondly- which reproduce always sweet oranges. its point of union with the disc of spoiled before it reaches here. One H.B. BUTTER, CHEESE. APPLES, ONIONS, f' '> _

because, in the course of centuries, They give birth varieties, and we the leaf; it has egg-shaped fruit, dealer says that out of a recent consignment SALE OR RENT, ARCHITECT.ROOM POTATOES SUGARS. SYRUPS .'j...!,!." I
FOR
many of these varieties have disapl remark the formed with a united thin and bitter of 114 crates 60 were worth ON LAKE MONROE. MOLASSES, COFFEES, ")
can frequently !
amongst '
l>eaird, and have been replaced by rind, with an abundant pulp filled: No.a, MASONIC BUILDING. TEAS, COCOA, ,
less. Delaware do ,
;
same seed, good fruit and indifferent peaches not beginto -:- SNUFF. fj I_
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ciilier varieties, entirely new, which with an acid juice but'very piquant tW36-i93W53-ios __
in Jacksonville.Florida. .
fruit ; but there is no example tint arrive large quantities until the OILS SOAPS, I ,
resemble. them and which Two new Cottages near the Steamboat Landing at
yet by and agreeable to the taste. ;:
this ever produced a lligarad itr. The 1st of August. Reports of the extentof STARCH, TOBACCO, : tf; _
hUme small differences confusion The with fruit differs IT7M. & ARTHUR A. BIRNEY U
put orange sweet SANFORD. WOODEN-WARE, BUCKETS.t
the
.
sweet orange is then a species ; whenit crop are conflicting; some say .t. -
in the application of thes descrip- from its of ALSO. BASKETS BROOMS SPONGES, TUBS
gives monstrosities they have few theBigaradier by carriage it is moderately heavy, others that it ; ,
,
tions and< or no seed ; such is the seedless more vigorous, by is not one sixth of a crop. The New- Including HOME LOT of twenty acres,a desirab CANNED GOODS OF EVERY A'AV/>. 1 ,
i is only from the material and local flowers which are less fragrant, and by ( _
orange [Alllanl/l11l semine f areas, J Jersey crop, which begins to come in two-story house with large dining-room detached 4K STREET, NO. 330 "
knowledge; which I have acquired ol Fer.] the red orange [Aurantiumhiera the fruit, of which the rind is thin, the middle of August, is expected to EVERYTHING "' : _
these vaiieties in our gardens where I ; and contains an essential oil, less Suitable for a Boarding-house. WASHINGTON CITY. '/; _
be fair N. Y.: Tri THII
chunticum, Gall. Syn.] and the a one.- lI11t. iw .
have been: an cultivator and its which is full of '..
impassioned
a :
little China orangecitrus anranticumcaitlc strong, pulp ----.-- Apply to H. L. DEFOREST, R. A. PATTISON. A. R. M1SK.pATTISON FORAGE.GROCERY.AND PROVISION LINE. >*.
ot them for a very long time, and also sweet and delicious juice. i Ia

in that which 1 have gained<
Southern lands, which I ha'e'i icll: These four species then are cer- more odoriferous flower, and a fruit

fur this purpose, that I dare to undertake tainly types they do not present per- whose skin contains a bitter and piquant loose habit-Getting tight. MISCELLANEOUS. ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW. ANDA i _

the task: of reconciling all this haps, all the external characteristics aroma which mingles also with Ice water is the best thing to "smle" Office.ReQua's building,Jacksonville.Fla. THE LOWEST POSSIBLE FIGURES r

numerous and difficult nomenclature. demanded by botanists to distinguish the acidity of the pulp, are the dis- with.j A ELLONVILLE HOUSE, Merchants.Loggers, Hotels Boarctiug House*.and *
but in the of natural families are invited to examine my goods andprices. ;
I shall commence by examining: : the species ; study tinctive traits of the Bigaradier. Alexander Stephens is still strong JOHNSON, M. D.,

species. history, we must guard against forcing These four species have been the P.E. THE HIGHEST CASH PRICES : j .
enough to run down Hill. MELLONVILLE, ORANGE COUNTY FLA. .
.
Some authors have considered the nature to submit to systems of our elements of all the races which now HOMOEOPATHICPHYSICIAN : .

citron itself as the orignal species, or making. She pleases herself by varying Jill our gardens. They begin by sub. Lowell, Mass., turns out. 739 milesof AND SURGEON. t'AID FOR COUNTRY PRODUCE OF ALL,KIND .,
as the type of the other species. Toitrnrfort the distinctive signs with which I dividing themselves into diverse gene- paper collars monthly. So-S-iy I.1 I. HITE Proprietor. Office north side of Bay Street, In Dr. Robinson's _5tft_ _- _ _ _ ..d __ __ _

with the greater part of the she marks her divisions. She fixes rations, which receive modification by Absurd-to try to drive dull care > new building( :, next block east of National Hotel, iggtl ON & WHITLOCK.'M: ..;f

botanists! of t'.ie sixteenth and seventeenth them by preference in the parts of fecundation without altering the characteristics away with caraway seed.It R IDDELL HOUSE, Successors to Thos..0\." llron. 'r G1 '

centuries has recognized the I fructification and in the form of the of the species, and thus costs 23,000,000 a year to run W.R.. ANNO, .BALtj _

lime and Uit-aradier, the characters of leaves ; but she has not renounced for they form varieties. They have crossed Mexico. FERNANDINA, FLA. GRAIN. FLOUR AND FEED ,...t -

types as well as in the citron, and regard this less general characteristics. It between each other in an infinityof Every young lady should beware of; SAMUEL T. RIDPELL. Proprietor. A TTORNEY.A, T.LA W, Manufacturers, of ':, ,"" ,'f;*

the sweet orange as a variety of suffices that a characteristic shouldbe different proportions, and havegiven Miss construction. .- .Office,in Reed' Block, Bay Street, : '' ;

the Bigaradier. pronounced, constant and inalterable birth which .* -Splendid sunbathing.Magnificeat CORN MEAL, HOMINY, CRACKED .
to hybrids are as ?
Massachusetts has ten thousand old Jacktomi'U FtortJa. le
The Arabian cultivators hae ranged in order that it should be a trait numerous as he gradations which maids. Xf drive of eighteen miles on the finest CORN,' RYE MEAL, GRAHAM ,;
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amongst these species the of of distinction fur nature. Thus the Atlantic beach. __ __
: these combinations BASNETT
Apple are susceptible. ,
Adam (Forbidden Fruit, ) which they acidity and bitterness of the pulp of Nevertheless these races announce New Jersey mosquitoes wear steel .-Refreshing sea breezes. CALL, rLO R,CRACKED WIIEAT.&c., ,

designate tinder the name of Lay sa of the Uigaradier, the aroma of its themselves always by peculiar traits, gaffs on their hind legs this season.. LAW, SCROLL SAWING & WOOD TURNING ,,1 .
OPEN DURING THE SUMMER.
mon or Zamlau and rind, of its leaf, of its flower, are "S )! ___
not of these When takes
several
; knowing either of one or types, a Chicago man a young O.lcIn Reeds Building up stain. TO ORDER. .
the sweet orange they have divided qualities constantly belongiug to this and their impress may be always recognized woman riding he doesn't need a dash : .. l.: !
the into plant: being never alteied by culture BOARD: -IT. IACKSONVILL Fla Wood Sawed, Split,. and Delivered r -
genus citron, lime, liigara- either isolated or distinguished board. Her foot answers every Per day, '3.50
dier and Zambau. I nor by climate, nor even by the seed; '; f
in the union of the several. purpose. Per week from$3 to {12.00 r* II. SUMMERS, by Cord 'or Load; 4 _

The Italian and French cultivators I and they are therefore distinctive traitsof We will give :a description of species.To The that B. F. But- Satisfactory arrangements made with famillef. ,,: .. ;: :'10
announcement :
this species. These are the principles Ross'Block. Bay Street opposite our Mill andWhar5ACKSOXV1LLE.FLA.
have: addtd to these species, the sweet which have in the be Continued. Icr would attend church at Lynn the Fine livery accommodations.- ATTORNEY-AT-LAW ; ." 1-"I""t.fOO' _
guided us .
orange, and a crowd of varieties known .
division of the citrus of Europe. --" --- other day drew out 1,000 people, but Open after June 1st under! above terms. 6-6 i m Also NOTARY PUBLIC AND COMMISSIONER: J';:t
under the names of poncieres. limes, New York Letter. the last Virginia execution drew out .- U. CIRCUIT COURT. T. A." WiLSCt. iS-66 w. A.WIIITLOCI-J *:.1 f
etc. Linn attached the artificial We have only found four ; all the HOTEL
us, to Office. Folk's! building.L. 'ustt
NEW YORK 18 METROPOLITAN -
July 1874. 5,000. 4 -
principles he desired to establish others are only hybrids or varieties. '
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BANK. -
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We blush notice the Toledo
has of the mother- EDITOR NEW SOUTH :-Now we see to SAVINGS
placed the citrus in the class Po- They present a melange JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. .I.PLaMntG. *
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cf end of this Blade under the head "Of Interest I.J.DAJUEI.3 --2--4**
the ,
and the the beginning; |-.f..FtKI.IK lyadelphia, under the reason of thee plants, peculiarities are confused THE FREEDMAN'S SAVINGS &, TRUST CO.,. .
union of the stamens in several and combined in a hundred dif. Beecher-Tilton scandal.} At least I to Women, the mysterious announcement Will remain open during the Summer for the accommodation & DANIEL, --- i. .!;.

and he put in the order of Icosandria groups ferent ways, but never go out of the everybody hopes so, for the public are that "Spring" bottoms hnve of the travelling public and citizens generally. FLEMING JACKSOHTILU B-LANCH. r ..g\i j.iti _
Such is heartily tired of it. It is nearlytwo gone out of style. ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW. ,- t :'' .' _
on account of the number of the organs model of the former types. getting Deposits of any amount received from: individuati./ !
which he evidently the nature of all these races yeats since it was brought out by :" Oh Lord thou knowest prayeda Prices Reduced. i. :.i
supposed to be twenty Greatly OFFICB: Reed's Block corner Ocean and Bay Streets business firms and societies on which! :interest wilt be

|n all these species, although one finds in the gardens of Europe. It is different the Woodhull women, ad during that Connecticut deacon, that I am 3-ai-iy Jacksonville, Fla.. allowed: r. % Iv.t"t: '.

in the lime and citron, Irom thirty to in India where we meet with a time it has repeatedly been packed afflicted! with a most :impious and depraved RATE PER DAY, $1.50 D.posits; nay be sea. by express, in Cl mDt'Kindt '' '''u*

He number of others whose physi- away among the cold! bits and then Thou knowest that he .
forty. fixed afterwards upon theaccidents great son. A.' A. KNIGHT, or ty mail,in postal money orders and bank'drafts.:! **
which determined the form ognomy approaches that of our Agrumes warmed: up again and served, with will swear' and lie and steal and do and liberal terms by the week and month. The Bank is daily from iC M.'twa p.c.ats .. '*"*
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of the petioles of the leaves, and having but have, nevertheless, not exactly perhaps a little fresh seasoning, to a all manner of sinful things.: Thou ATTORNEY AT LAW. on Saturday evenings.open -''''r 'deposits only, from"6 to>S*1iJ1f >

remarked that the petiole of the their characteristics. Such are gossip-loving community. It may, knowest that on the last Sabbath day TABLE BOARD AT REDUCED RATES ,i. 14-4"
o'clock.: -
citron is the races Amboyna. whichare even now, as stale as it is, be considered down the Block stairs :
not articulated like that of strange he was' seen 'walking PiC- The patronage of the public mpectfullysoiicited.. No. Hoeg's ,up ; 4-isylw ,J W.S.WA1M. Cashier .IJ\1U'

the lime, he made a single species of described by Rumphius ; such are better than no dish of scandalby pal: street of the village, \with his handsin 3-asswly. I; Jacksonville, Fla. .1 iU 1'&t

these two races of Argrumes, distinguishing some races of Cochin China-and of those who are especially fond of his pockets, whistling the.following .* J, B.TOGNI Proprietor. -- A SSIGNEES' SALE' :, 1 '

it by the character of "pctio China, described by Soureiro, and that kind of diet. ungodly tune "-and the congrega April sth.1774. 4-asswjm /-- 'L., ROBINSON >> .d'
virtue of order of the U. S. District Court(or ''!tt(.
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to Unearitus." The winged natureof such too, arc some races of Japan, After so long a silence Mr. Beccher tion were astonished to hear Yankee the By Northein District an of Florida 1 will offer fcr sale to .'

the petiole determined his second described by Koempfer and Thun- has at last come forward and asked I Doodle flow melodiously from the 'I? W. EARL, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW ; the highest bidder at Gainesville, before the Court -' .'
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i' house door on the 3n 1 day of July.inst., between.the, 'ttt
species, and as that accident distinguishes berg.The for an investigation. Six worthy gen- Deacon's pursed-u'p lips. : PRACTICAL Also. NOTARY PUBLIC COMMISSIONER;:: legal hours of sale tha. following described property. ..
and'the constitute the committee before U.; S. CIRCUIT COURT. It being a part of the Assets oflohn Haile,.Bankrupt. [fAll
equally: the orange greater part of these races, tlemen PAINTER AND PAPER HANGER. of Section aj and she S W JJ Sectioo aT 98.
B'garadicr' he regarded this latter as not only cannot be regarded as varieties whom all the evidence concern- YARD. Office:No.:i Masonic Block. t-ir Range IS E. Divided desired. M
Gins.
Two Cotton
the type, and the othcr.as a variety, of our Agrumes, but they cannotbe ing the alleged wrong doings of Mr. DEI'OT'LUMllER Having decided "to reside here permanently will be Two Wagons, one Cart.aDd,ether farming implements. I
receive orders from all requiring work.done in S. TUCKER,. .
and to .
glad
united be Three .
them under Beecher to ttt
are presented.
the olMruspetioles considered BUILDERSWILL DR.
name even as species belong. CONTRACTORS AND his line. Terms of Sale Cash. Purchaser to pay&r I! cda.** '
alatis. Then he made ing to our genius of citrus. They of these gentlemen are members of FIND A OFFICE! J. C. CREELLY,:Assignee. IjacksonvilleThJuly ? & I
KALSOMININC
GLAZING and ,
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GRAINING.
y-istds
a third species of a Japan orange, differ sensibly, not under the artificial the 'Plymouth Church, the other FULL! ASSORTMENT done in the'best manner. Northwest corner of Adams and Market Sis loth5874. .tt.,

described by Kcempfer, under the head conventional systems, but under three of that congregation. It mayat DRESSED AND UNDRESSED LUMBER, Orders led at Davis& Drew's Furniture Warchuux OtTlS-EMILE MOURGEON:

oh! a three cut leaf, and he called it the natural relations whi h the struc- first sight seem strange that MOULDINGS ,AND SAWED. will receive prompt attention. RD. LAUGHLIN L
,
Mrus trifoliata. The latest editors of ture of their stem, the form of their this committee was selected by Mr. PINE SHINGLES, REFERENCES: RICH From Paris Island,France1 Dyeing lately establishment Foreman of).the. Staten ,*!"['

Linnaeus have added to the number of leaves, the. character of their flowers,, Beecher. Some over-critical people CHEAP FOR CASH AT S. I.. Bmuc, Esq., and C. L. ROBINSON. Esq. REAL ESTATE AGENT., NEW DYEING AND SCOURING ESTABLISH..,-;,.-

these species, and they made one of the properties and modifications of have suggested that it looks like a LUMBER' YARD. Jacksonville Fla JaduewiUt,Florid. MENT % '<..
THE DEPOT '
the citrus dccvmana, that Linn us had their fruits present. The sum total of packed "- jury. They intimate,that CAR .- AH sorts of Real Estate bought and'sotd; Money. i in- Ladies and Gentlemen's'Wearing;Apparel. > | .J.<... .
of the and vicinity, .. i
in all city
delivered J
Put Lumber parts A vested.Taxes paid Titles examined. Lace Curtains, ., *
among the varieties. They be- their physiognomy' declares that they it might have been more, regular if and at all landing on(he river.at low .rates All or- lace-Shawls. .
<
!"cved that its obtuse and scmi-circu- belong to the natural family of the both parties had had a part. in the) den receive prompt attention. :"I.. JAcK.oNvlLti,FIAMarch 3ist,1874 REFERS BY rnxissioif to William Astor, Esql:, aDd'other fine fabrics most carefully cleaned and rfyeJ. % V"
LOUl J.DRUH' New York: Ex-Gov. A., G.-Curtln. Bellefonte. Pa.; Utwwa Newnan and Mai-.. -
tar cut leaf [\foliis obtusis ftttarginafit] citrus, but that they form another and selection of? this committee, or, if.the 7ads",,,';;"e, Marc,6, 1874.. TilE: SOUTHERN LIFE INSURANCE. COM- Lewi H. Redner, Philadelphia: W. Stokes Bqyd FORSYTIl StrecU. STREET.' .i6-tf Uj"ket ...!,' -
D.G.Ambler.Banker,'Jacksonville. Fla. ...
was a character sufficient to itiake a separatc branch or: genus, :which has committee instead of all ,being,,Plymouth P ANY.wiU In'a few days appoint a Slate Agent for Henry Philadelphia Tucker,Boston.Mass., 3-2 -IY'pd ; -- ""' 'I'' ,

!Jpc een drawn from SP'UATlqN WANTED. Florida.. ; In &the meantime I wit conduct Its manage T'ORSALE.- .. ;l ;
this character neither botanists other churches 'or if made of '' six and' AMUEL FAIRBANKS. .1. .
We
i was general leave this matter to up A competent Engineer. MiHnrright Machinist.femfflar S A House and Lot,beautifully located la the CityJ :: -
nor constant, and that,in consequence who have better opportunities for the good men and true belonging tonochurch with all other mechanical work.and well potted ment. S '.< .5- .'!.h1 "<
In mercantile Lusines having had much tiper.enceas NOTARY PUBLIC FOR DUVAL COUNT 'The well ami
A. 'house is large, finished
lwasn-oreofa monstrosity than a study .of these plants, known to us particular' their verdict would Superintendent,Agent and Book-keeper, desires a All communications directed, to me'care Henry Jacksonville. __ 1", '.:, ,.. S
\ fixed trait. They added the then position where he tan make himself useful,' Salary a Branch, will Jacksonville Taa. 111. ,fitted with modern improvements. .Inquire of,''' _
Citrus only by description,. and we will be accepted as strictly impartial.But second consideration. L'Engle, Secretary of Jacksonville. np ;
AddreHIRAiol
.-.' I AWui/a or LimoneUus Angulosus of limit ourselves the 'it must remembered that Mr..BeecherThas ABIFF. t I IJIt)4ILLER. -. ,
a glance over 37tf__ 1C.QAK.Ja4aonvilte4a.;
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Care of Norton' & Kooker, Dealers in Real Estate, receive. due attention. :. Umbrellas and parasols to be had at Bucky's. : .. I
and the been ... .' .. ," ..-
jwj'nphius, ritrus arraigned '
not
Jafonica, of species )\'hich.butanists, hav ranged yet Cor. Ocean and Day streets,Jacksonville,Florida.july9.wswm 1 S
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f"1 inunbcrg, of-which; the characterisci under the genus. citrus .and their, before any tribunal, that there are ,no IGcnti i -. --'.i ."' .,:.n- T--' {; J ICTURES copied and colored at WOOD& BICK.Aw flE > t1Ai>:i'RS for. .
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tt .,.." 7 ealp.ctfAendes.t LE'S Gallery. n'J rWR'ti5VsWOOD"
are without 'V-Vf t *
doubt, too different varieties, charges 'preferred against him tn'any furnishing goods lowest BuckyV; :

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t I II te regular Republican nominees for the. h laving beet under the control this seventeenth of July 1874. vice, and the diligence and faithfulnessas

I 3AUAld1.. I lre1J P1UP WALTER, trust that we may be pardonedthe well as skill with which it been SPA IX.
of I
Lieutenant-G
(.10. offices respectively of
or
; : I } ADAMS.CARIWtR .CO. Chtney, a corespondfnt Clerk U. Court. h
Z1 Deputy July 21.-Don
'I' of the Carlos
assuming
GE.aul following complimentary the1
ernor member of and State inst.rion prosecuted.
I E. a. Congress And during the whole fif thq current '
the role
I of
1 li attached has
i To Ibis,in the Union,. notices.' We value' king issued a lordly raanU
I senator, the legitimate active measures year of f AgcntV lker has: been especially The remarkable change of ,!threo feet lesto, proclaiming his future

;1\j jI I. J. S ADAMS EDn'OR. f"or their election being Inlrutec to a milling 187. tOorts1glnst Walls. 1 following: the first 3 expressive of the opinion of in difference of level, is noted in the in the management ol the government/intentions

I I !t TO CORRESPONDENTS AND OTHERS. State Executive Committee whust chair-the route agents, iq the Di seryke he- : i To Sin the Editor of the that Union a certain: ,affidavitmadw'by one who "discreetly" exhibited his. waters of Lake Superior during the when he comes in.

J : .Il.1 ol Local Interest are colicited from nil parts ot the I nan; and bcrretary were tho owiv-rs and ,i ig threatened: by) ''btm with removal Learning one E.- L. Young; l late poPtm.istcr valor" by his seasunabll desertioh of month. Tho fortress or Cucnca, has been captured
,. > Alo, communications 1it by the CarlisU after
on subjects of tcncr.ilmUBukt in when ac Obatfnate
It. the
,npauuly: cutOlul, cocial and-ndMitnai l c diturs uf the Union the theu leadingllcpublican i fount! exerting any influence in favor: I of Archer, dated Jaly 17, A. D. the lost cause moment its Notably bright meteors were observedin resistance by the Repuldicans.
"' make their tetters 1874, i ia to in the next issue of ultimate failure was made certain and The1Carlists
'C. 1pdcnl Ioua I in of appear Florida on several different occasions.
the dnum.te.ill permit. piper: E.-ict Fltr1 By Wals'-rc.nominatiul. transmit : sacked and burned the city.

'e a U reuoiiiule. Rejected fu opinion mU* cXpld by neither orCnpOn. means of the notorious frauds committed In the Spring of) 1874. R. H. Camp' n your ment paper ot: Frank I herebv K. Howard and a R.sttfI B. I who Lebdomadally shows his cohesive Tho following table gives the average ,!

t fture l MI"n"ve Anonymous'contribution. : commonly known as the Yellow special agent, on making an examination Goff; which I will thank you to publish. attraction to any party that recognizes rain: fall as compared with many previous RAILROADS AND STEAMERS.

'i I. .n.> :c. tlluff frauds Day was defeated by found serious discrepancies in the J. E. Walker, and pays for such work as he is specially years: -

Uloxbam Walls Special Agent P. O. D. competent to do: AVBRAGB RAIN-FALL. FOR JVMB.DISTRICT. /"CHANGE
Call for a "Convention. : was supplanted bytfiblack acount ot the Jacksonville po t-fc, 1874. SEHEDULE..
Jacksonville. July 20, has
Adams received
his reward he -
? Call t,f" a and Kr"Second\blicn e"gwon Convention for the and the Secretary of the State I>aptrs? purporting to be sworn vouchers STATE or FLOKIDA, l has got his as Juno 1874.compared.
postmaster.
Liituicu the apjxintmerit For
4 Maltorilciida." ..mjliona o Hfpublican: Executive C'omniittt-e, an .if. payment made to one of the clerks Connty of Duval.. y So did Judas get his.-Sentinel. )'C many. For 1874. wit average The steamer Dictator having been witMrawa lot
By virtue uf the authority vested in uv by the RepuUiran owner and editor of tbe Union -d before me R. B. many Summer repairs
HI Slate\tntrA Cmmilc.a Convention will was h eiog contradicted by the sworn affiJavit Personally: appear* Without invidious: distinction the _________ _ _ year -
Iicldinthe t' I on the tlh b elected in place of Christy as State Senator of the alleged recipient. Oil this G uLL being duly sworn, dtposes'nnll claims of Mr. Adams to the rewards of inches. ine. THE STEAMER CITY POINT,
day e Au UKi. A f>. 1674. at ia o'clock N. at the Cspi- says that hu,was not present at the St. Lawrence vol_ 1.6 3-4 Extesi.
\ tul the City ot TjlUluisie.. Convention- fur the thus defeating the Republicanticket. discovery made l by theagent time ot the confession made by EL.Young office are equal if not superior to thoseof New England..._ 3.] 4,0 ,Small ex.
Rccon4 Congreskional iMtiici. .i b heLl al the Courtroom Tho election traiitU : cOII1tint any other inJiviluL in the State oflorida. Mid. All c. States 3.75 ).* INo CAPTAIN J. W. FITZGERALD1.WiH. .
In the City Jacksonville, a came time 'J hea1.pirti.munent cam.- btf'I'tI hclure UuitJ Stlcs Cmmisiuncr !- at the residence of F. K. Howard F To the dissemination South At't.tatu. 4S 4.0 '

W. Coumietisasfclliiwtta I fixed by wit the; First Committee(o the several gi and jury but only one cun\'itol, and a warrant was issued against: and in the presence of the said Inward and general pen adoption owe of republican %East.. Gulf 6.1 45 7.9 IiZCw.Vest. Small .until further notice,leave CUA&tESTOfi( every
.mb.a Stte
S,SUKIS kos Widtun lltct.. hst of Van Balaam resulted he being a nd .J. E. Walker, aa .fal'l by Lover e. TUESDAY enni
t
3 Hume t, one Mr. Cheney who was then in Washirtg-? principles. And the triumph Lake region 3.15 a 9 Dceny gand SAVANNAH every WEDNESDAY
Jackson 9, i. ty t. 1ranklint i in his affidavit on the 17th day of June Upper Lake '
\lh"un Ll> 7 region 3 5 4-4 I
Wakulla i tried and f und guilty as pajtici- and who made such tchie\'ttlly the Republican party at the for FlortJa.arriving JACKSONVILLE
13 'n n LaCiyctre i Tay I ttn, explanation to A. D. 1874, in 'I the presence of J. T. Up Miss 4 5 !.o Small ex,
lor I, Levy a. Hcruando t. HilUborou t, Sumtcr: *, and sentenced l la>>i general election was oi'ly t hy him Ohlawl 4.2 3-3 e5'cy. THURSDAY.RETURNING.
Pulk I. MI""e t, Munrne t. pant being tu pay a heavy the ,Postmaster-General that: upon his \WalU, A. A. Knight and Philip Walter.) rescued secured from the cflorts I Y.eY"f 5,25 I 46 I Ucfi'cy. every

Second .Congressional Ltinrict Alachua 9, U..e I. Sine and BradfurJ 11'01. made to the will of the /
Columbia Cuast..4 I
1rva i. Cay B. 4, 9, express Pacific 0.65 0.95 u.l .
Sworn and subscribed to before lml
Dade i, H '! 6 MadiMin Nat was assumed the Chairman and Secretary mo
I 7 su 4. by c-u.eil. It was understood that in Mr. people. We can safely say that to Mr. --
: Orange 1, 1'utnian],St John t, uw.nnC 3.Volusia a. theney's 20th day: of July, 187. Will leave PALATKA THURSDAY
!I Ia order t kr I f..ir convention and to guard of the Hi-publican Executive.Committee C .' explan\un," the burden of C. II. SL'MWEUS, Notary Public. Adams, as :State canvasser r, we owe a Editor New South :-I have always } evening,
,. ataln't iirrgu.4ror! frudulUt representation, the I.I |I. who and editors i Republican (Jorcmor and Republican and JACKSONVILLE every FRIDAY morning to
weie' owners "
IwWinx rClul.Lun5 with regard dcltgaics and biter, blame for tho irregularities was cast STATE OF FtOUlA. l I in rejoiced that my home was in Jacksonville
the tide
- .Ule ,mid luukt b sinuly)'compliedwith : of the Union. Ever since the ikleatof him Mr. Allen the County of Duval.Personal 5 prcscntzUives Congress.Gainest'ie 'uii FEUNANDINA same day,arriving ia
r vii: by upon money-order Sew Era. but when I see Peter scared, I SAVANNAH and CHARLESTON '
I mat Jach county will be allowed as many vote* in Walls and Christy)' b the Yellow whose examination !} appeared be'toro me Frank in time to
I the convention as I II allowed delegates. ) I cllufffi.uiths by til grand I K. 1 ,,who being duly sworn, de- think I may: be frightened.

taVe and.hii If.'pv in delegate it absent his a1emte may I ) the lone of Union,whenever j urv has been alluded to; and that whit po>es luwarl says that a certain affidavit: DID WE LIE.-Obtaining our information If two hundred feel on Bay street cost CONNECT WITH NEW YORK
pace the convention, and in county the'cuntrol STEA IERS.
f I,.>fully 1I'Intc the delegates cs o any altcru tcsl ult1tI' ((the Chairman I Mr. Cheney was thin excused, the immediate made; by E. L. Young. late )postmasternt from the most reliable sources, eight hundred dollars certain, with a
'I, >recem may C"t voe the county. ot f the Executive C-iininilteo or subject Arclmr, Fbi jtlt, sit the office ot A. A.
ot Mr. Allen
ird. The KciMblican County Committee cf each I discharge was we lulIllt the following in a recent margin unknown till the rest of the aldermen's AGENTS:
4 county .iU tall their convention at least fifteen i in any way to his influence, has beenexcessively ordered. Mr. Cheney's Knight, on the 18ib day of July. A. i). issue of NEW SOUTH
livi"l Imml'.1ltclr upon TiE : bill are allowed that i. mac- VENEL& CO.Chartesto
0 dys publication of the same at convention the hostile and bitter 1 74. wherein he. E. L.. Young denies .
oclcgutcs atvt and alternates altvnutcs munt be elected and the dele toward.- return from Washington Mr. Allen cert 'in Malcmcitt confession made; to 1 It is stated that: during the last session ad.imized at the rate certain ot four dollars !- ERAINMRD & ROBERTSON,Savannah.

( IC ty the Chairman so elected and Secretary must receive of cont.11.il.1 clven. both Walls anti ClriI vo much so as was discharged, and going to Wa'shilg.ton J. E. \'alktr. Special Agent of the Post- ,of f the Legislature; :n the Instance ofLieutenantGovcrnor per foot, antI how much more who J EFFREYS,CRO. &SON,Fernanda.

which they were i ertified by the to mark thuCh.tirmaiiof the ,Republican filed certain in Office ) and in Steams, Senator
the
Chairman of the ( Committee.4th. charge.: Depait; Ul\utml'nt Ir prl'scu't the rate to JEFFREYS&BRO.Jacl&sonwile.R. .
keptlc 'cunty Dennis. known then and since us hit :h.u1 say. \ same macadamize -
No in the contention Executive Commiuce as Walls' particu- Mr. the F. K. Howard at my residence, on thc -
I' dtloc tes&nd alternates must b residents in the county t and onal omitted ment against ChlnUIJID ICih day ot July 1875. I is Gil-e and un- next friend," inlrllucld a bill providing the business portion of the city J. ADAMS Pataika.
which, ihry represent. ar pvr:> ChIl.wil no presentation, (it those charges three of (rile. FlUXK K. IIOWAKU. ; till the appointment by the (Governorot tying between the St. James Hotel and THROUGH TICKETS AND BILLS OF LADING
5th A of the credentials be
copy must sent by thechaim".o opportunity to do Mm an injury. Earlyin Conover five commissioners to examine into the river and between the railroad depot GIVEN.
of the Comity Commiitee to I) nnts Engan, the Congressional delegation, Sworn and s'h"Clihltl to before me,
Snt.r I of the State Cenmllommitee without delay, i 1872 the Chairman of the Executive Walls and Purtnan: united in favoringu this 20th day of July. 1874. and report to him the condition ot the I and I.rock's Shnip-yaril-it being 5-23tr

'aLnaMie.S'cf'of the Stale Central Comm ttee will Committee and editor of the Union in the poM-olliee here and C. II. SC3IMEIrS. Notary Public. railroads of the State, and ot the State I about 15,0 feet,-would cost $60,000, Examine Bucky's assortment of prints.
change ,
waLe up rll the d.eJate: elected for the UK of the In and railroad bonds, nfl direvimg that c'ctlain. the same uncertain mar
convention at their organization from the was appoitittd ]postmaster: of his eity. ever since the Senliml and Union have discussing the Ifh\'it ot Young t the S200.0I.X) of the bonds of 1873 then g in. It. a to this date the jobbing can ACKSOXVILI.E. PENSACO1.A AND

list'Uliut reported and to him all itelegalcs by the chairman and alternates of the M> ported County During that: and the subsequent year been hostile and bitter towards those the Union sass; "Then he alleges that i in the haiuls of the comptroller, be l be confined: to aid.'rmen. these streets J MOBiLE RAILROAD CO.

and presenting properly c titled credentia1 will b for some reasol.' frequent complaints Republican Congressmen to the extent of Walkei's frllCiiol was made to him placed) in the hands: of the Governor to should all be "improved" to thin tune !

co..uJend/rtI4f4 report wf the cmn.iue/,on entitled ciedencals. penumg were made against the office and examinations their al/ility. This intense hostility has i in the presence Hlward anti fjoff, amid l he used at his discretion in carrying out then all \'s.c. would comw ''in ballast ) will On run and as follows after SUNDAY: MAY 17 1874. trains

I All necessary pr parations for the convention will Ir I, I both of the purposes of the act. That Senator l ," ship-building would increase, and I
t mod by the state Central Commiitee, and delegates I i were often m.ido by different appeared the Unhn, nut so much in the these deny Young statement"liutetitic.il ; I Billings was, in personal iuten'h.w. re aldermen could serve for nothing, 'flu) PASSENGER TRAINS WEST (DAILY FOR
& t.perly credentials fur the first Con. o:4al of whom saidto readers will notice that there I SAVANNAH AND TALLAH'-\,
anfc > Mime are : EE.
agents,
[ of its editor in editorials Lietitriiant-( matter what Iloeg charge for
itl"nli5tiC.il report to the numbers uf the writings as the quested by 'n-ersiur Mearnsto ; might gas.
:tt present, and tor the Second have repotted adversely, but one of and communications of Mr. Chney 'is 1 careful avoidance of any contradiction udux'ate the I'ill. Th.it Senator Biliings Shepard and Tweed will take their places Leave Jacksonville__. .2:40 plii and 8ao pm

CniloDal C.mDiue Vi i

of convention,and receive from them j providi! it was amended l Iy striking out ., Arrive at Live Oak-_8,50 and ayo
admiuion to the ball of their respective c'cnifClo,vent"I favorably and has: always been on the while the Union has Ll'l1 so ('I erin thu osition made to Mil by Walker, botli of the $ )t ) pro\i.ion, anti the bill was Leave \tad on_...__ ??__...__ 6;10 a at
w. H. iLK; < ( most Intimate terms with tin; trnater. : the other confine their ass,'r- :U.UU State News. Muiuicello.._ ._ -.__ 734
po
Chairman Republican State Central Committee. : iccomplislmient of Cheney's designs .Ii.lahl so : That: immediately; upon Tall-has.0- .....__..___ JQJCI
until), by common talk on the stn et lie t..1011 to the al1cgcdconfe.ssioiz by Young til adoption of this amendim-nt. the bill! -. QUII CY... .......-...-___._ 12:10 p.n
ag.iin-.t: Ctnonr."nlis : : as
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ll11urm:1 Arrive ChaUahoochte.....____
3X0PAiSEXGER
i. The P O. .Walker Attack on WaIs.The i is known as "Clieiiex's post-office tIn o endeavor, we are glad to s.-ty:. in vain, to Walker" an entirely different matter; was: indefinitely postponed" upon motion OUANGE COUNTY. -
U. ind that the dates different. of Dennis.) W. 1'. Howard .: of Sanford is TRAINS EAST DAILY FROM
S. Government ,
does not countenance agent' to effect a confusion and conflict: in the : are entirely fh TALLAHASSEE) FOR SAVANNAH
Perjury. The Sentinel elegantly observed of ile.id. AND JACKSONVILLE.Leave .
The done.
Miu-h general attention has been attracted the summer of 1873 thi.* (community) party organization, his postal agent, The swearing Union' ilM-lf was very cautiously, ) this, with its courtesy and regard A ('correspondent! to the Sanford Journal CtaiuhouchcMoiitlccllo ._._._.._ 6.ao a m

was thoioughly awakened, by the reported Walker has been diligently iteti Ut ting procured ; ..1'itto ; "uua \ still coiintinues toimprove. tJ.nocy_.. ___._____ $.'"
by the of editoi ial l for that it was lie. Hil'SOoalll -
appearance an robbery, of the post-office anti 1 iiis :ubi>rdinatcsin; political opposition toWalls copy f'om the deputy; clerk, without ver.ii-ity : : : i-. in bis new and ILlLch.eIsce-r_...__.____. 4:30 3:300: in lh\ Union, the ofllei.il organ of the Mr. I Read the follow'ng letter from the neat little the ofcomfort It M..di:6un_ .. ..
hit'I the and I knowledge or consent of Wa'lshwn cottage; jut picture 7:10
ttore 'uriousuluh'
adjuiiiing and in ..
very paiticnl.trly: working uptestimony _.........__
Tallahassee, cabal legated In, Jacksonville ) t publishing. what 1m had: procuredis president pro lem. of f the Senate : : while' the houses of C. A. .. Live Oali 4io a m and 9:10
1 for time ihu suceee unfavorable! to him. 1.o'eUtY5:5OamanJ! 11:15
so that by "distance": some cn. prevailed Thr ; a m of wise caution unfairly..ais rEnS\ WISA. 'L", July 21, Hs7. Iioi! it- and !V. S. Lyric ht\'t sprung upso I lJ.alJwin9oa.a TO and 340 a n)
I, fhanttnent" attach >s &robbery ot the kind it purported' object of both was to kill Walls politi- Il.,1 11 EiUTOlc Nhw SOCTiIhIi ) Il- rapidly that the visitor. i" almost I Arrive at Jacksonville..10:15 a m and 4:1: }
to views that UiurcmortH I'u\'r
> '*
As .
] may bo 4< to be, of articles so well t-uli cted. and! c:ally, at UI rate alt at any (ost. f=owhen t'l :I' ".al.'lUIUcdill \\ lift fore me you ask a statement; il i legardto j tt mpled to bclif\u that soiiielmdy ball: TRAINS TO ST. MARKSTuesdays. .
may ofl:11" or lot as within few ) this ltlt'r. and his anxiety to clear certain rs ot legislation utthui I! been "rubbing! t th.lai.ip in that \ iiIIity"1&nlrovtiuctas I
of
r on our principil street, a -tmI'1; Young: \chcl'. was Walt ( .Thursdays aoti
Saturday
current circumstances s !'rve to re- lu and! eiiiienees of liiirtVecueI.t.4 )
may h iiiniM-lf befoie tho knew he l last of th- l'uale. While 1 !
public was sl'siol
doors of the police station in the most arrested, another resort to fahc.swcar- _, _. ,
be allides.. Leave Tallahassee _,,... ..... loas a M
quire. The article in jue.-lion C'tnsi t.of tl and best d charged with complicity, directly or indirectly know nothing a:to the authlrul the 'bill 'h) arto :tt1: on Arrive at St Marks--.._......_..... J':50
IUI unprovoU-d and malicious attack 1 frequented gu.trdt beat in the seemed to pro-cut itself. alluded to, nor at whimsy ii.stance it was i i'ho. puMic well has; been put in thorough Leamy St :\I.rL.s.._.TTTJ..iiri.m ia:55 p m
( and with with Ylml 's defalcation! ('a.IUle order surrounded neat little Arrive at T. __,.._.___
city, no tu-jiici'Uis circumstances arrest while he was in i introduced, the olhl"i't mn-iits made by a 3:90
upon a resl'ctoIIU"publ'an member ot \h'l' Young's will have: his own theory." But the f liyjou arc LieuttnatitG'overnor -I t lenee ami the whole) covered by ooil ROBERT WALKER.Receiver .
attaching Tlc a
us in any ,range lt confinement! waiting for a to be cul'Cl.
Congress lion. J. T. Walls because he bOla roof J. U. has whitewashedthat and Gen'I. ,
outside whole matter is put to rest by the following l- requested me to iiipjtoita bill, ; Montague bupt
has the presumption in an honorable! ,. parliu Strange 8Ulliss1 executed in his It.btlf. (Iii the 4th ot h statement of Mr. >ff: Mibscribt'din to bu introduced by S< nator Dennis h'I'c and put up gates, making H. L MAGEE. Aw'tSiipt. |

and open manner to 8) a re-itoinina- suspicions were .I'luell. ptrI: 'ulal.II by July, 1874, \Walker accosted a friend ( which proved to I be a bill providing (for quite an improvement in the appearance Buck, sells boots and shoes cheapest.
Iiit the! of W. B.
i t.Ion.. the ecltctie) charai.tcr of the robbery of Wan., whoso affidavit we have: before 11'iCI(( Young, as follows the iKintnn-nt| | by the Govt-inorot five ol his premises.MAKIOX.

l l1's : commissioners to and G.. & W. I. T. the utter ab.-cnce thoioii! h investigation investigate report CoV 'Y.
and make
( from it A
Warned i hy his friends of an attack "I un. : (i' Hatclcut. I, Beij.imin; U. of Fish Bone, as to the condition of iliu railroads of -
Gtf. The ticket has
eith"r following municipal
by
contemplated by his known political c' lstont'C Among other things, Mr. Walker said 1 Laylavciic( county, dl tif-: that on the t til State and the bond issued in their been placed betoru the citizens of Ocala ; FROMFEKNANPIXA

fuef. through attempted lalso swearing:, authorities. Upon the complaint be, Walker, hat! got :damiud t-trong 16th day of .Jul. A. 1). 1871, in *th- I behalf. The bill also provided that : For Major, C. J. Allerd ; Clerk and TO CEDAR KEYS.

l losers I, this blrange ruLbl ry, Postmaster again Young, rooms of )11. Howard, in Up JOOOUO) )( of tins bonds' of" 1873, then iaI
Mr. Walls hud an affidavit ttkcu as a ) case o'-e poMmastcr: It : .Assessor I. Schwerin, ; lieasurer I W. GOING SOUTH. COINC MOKTH.Lftive. .
Cheney and Mc/s"s. Little & tU\1 Jacksonville: and State of Flor In bands; of the comptroller, should bu P.I Collet-tor of J-F. A.iv"Fcmandina .
Archer Florida, for embezzling! &c. i" i : ; Taxes
precautionary measure, but with no intention ; in the Tmnthtl _._. _..
i I did) hefir J. E.: Walker j placed 'untl',1 of the Governor ? 5:39 a m 7:35 p m
it Mather who uc'ulitllhe adjoining store 5'th.il ho. was sorry for the ] devil il.l. propose I used .i Dunn ; Marshal. D. 1). Hawkins; AllIermL CaJaab.ul____ 7:35 sa
to use except in self-defence) poor (I) L. Youngtli.it if he would o before to be at his tJ"l'\tion tor the purposes : W. II. LeCain., W. U. Crowsou, ... .. ar. Ie.9 .
and -- -- 9.00 3.50
against the attack thus meditated. .Acopy whose cOlliination ;& was uJl'nl.t and would Ut him down easy if he, l an officer properly! authoiized toLilminister h <>f the act. : the lAhl. IS. Coleman, J. A. Sol GalilwinAntier {-..-.--_ :ole 3:23 ar.
and robbed, and oaths and I tint the however amendmentstriking Reynolds Hcnj Starkc.._._...____.11:jT 1:111I
of this affidavit with two others intended complaint Young would m.ikc a clean breast of s\c'al proposing an I min L. E.: Thomas JV.. l\rr I G..incsvilI"...___... __ io 11:10:
robbery was made against one M. II. 1Albergcr. matter that he Walker knewwhere : moneys due by the post-office at Archer out the $ ouoOii clause, which Davis and F. E.: I ._.._._?_ 3:20pm 9:49
te counteract its force, are thrn ; t to the Post-office. Department: I claimed being adopted, the bill was, un lotion I ironson......_____....... 3:55 9:04: a m
incorporated in an editoi ial in the Cm'un. who waived an cXminati'J. the money had gone to ; that; f by tbcl, were u,ed for the benefit of of Senator Dennis. indefinitely post- EC.\WI t COUNTY. :, Jedar Key_ _.._._.... 6:30 6:30

mainly owned I h)' .Stearns anti W4llln. and gave bail fur his appearance Young was only tool c that damned Josiah T. Walls. M. C., and this money 1) ( IVnsacahi) is constantly the scene of CONNECTIONS.At .

but evidently written by its oste'nsi. before court, which was to assemble in scoundrel. Walls, and his crew,' &c., was given him 1\1 political piirpo.-es As to tho other matter, when the appropriation : tragical events. Last week a white woman : Charleston FERNAND1NA.and Savannah w,'nd4lys tli Steamer at 4 Coy a. a.Point.; steamefdhctatur (rom

not December, 1873. Immediately after therubbery &c. That the conversation and others. do further certify bill was reported in the Senate : was burned to death. Name Josephine from Charleston and Savannah hurvlays at
ble editor; as the ability, ingenuity and I during that Mr. Frank Howard was present with $12,600( for the Commissioner Vigo; cause of death, keroscnt.Ilrman I.\ a, m. With steamer Lizzie Baker, from Savannah

malignity of the article unmistakably the Government detectives Walls himself came up and Mr. Walkerwas and i heard: this proposition of J. E.: of Lands and Immigration it was said! has been endorsed by the those Uruibwick points and on Fridays St. Mary's.at 8 a.Mondays mAt at 6a. m; far

out as its author one, who nat held, HllI'1111j & (thorough exaroina particularly glad to see him, andinvited Valkei-'s) ; and I further certify that E.: that Mr. Dennis urged thu introduction r : ( Grant and Wilson Club for UALDNV1N.J f & M. R. R.from Jacksonville
pint and Mr. Walker made I 1.. insulted J. $45.001) into the bill. The term in Congress. at 4:07 p. m.; Jacksonville at 9:02 a m.At .
hates with inextinguishable animosity ton oflw ifl'l', i Mr. Walls up to his room, &c., Young E. W:1kr whenthc ) appropriation \olhtr GAIN Es'd ILLE with in-weekly ittage line for
uraly himself specially prominent as a paitiular '-. &c. Soon. after Walker stated to proposition was made, : said was finally cut down to $1,500. We have been informed that on Monday Tampa; with stage line fur New'naiuville, Tuesdaysand
the man whose election ho once many in Yours last a of men called Dr. I-1 iday.
LIUEIMT party
( and I further BILLIXGS.TIIEUE upon
; certify ,
friend and anxious 1.00 my company with and from N'e.-
At CELlAR KEYS to
Cheney steamers
very ourselves others that he had
defeated by u well-known combination among got that all this was done Jil the express Blonnt, Quarantine Surgeon, and drove Orleans every Saturday. W i h steamers from Key
ot fraud and pel jury already once proved; to secure the conviction of Alberger.On ) \'llls in a "dawned tight fix1; that purpose of injuring Hon. Josiah: T. him from the hospital and abo&.id the West and Tampa. Friday; (rum these places.Thursdays -
is SOMETHING NEW UXDCU With Steamer Coot from 1'alJlva.Sundays! ; fcr
in the United Stales Court., The author the 10th of November, 1873 Mr. Young had confessed. that Walls and Walls politically. B. 11. GOFF.Witness attendant boat, firing several shots at Tampa Mondays. With Steamer Wawenocia.trots
THESux. With all
duo dEference to h and his wino with him.
: W. B. YOUNG. m family were SuwaniKe Fridays: fbrS uwannce.Tuesdiy
* of the article being thus known its ani. George P. Fowler, authorized thereto I Saunders had a large part of the post- D. MAXNvttX
Thus Solomon the wise, in whose disparage We du not know what 'ltd to this highhanded
by the Government had! office that he shot &c. we h\"e: given the separate: links 5",] Superintendent.
gnus will surprise no one; and coming &ueccs>fully money was on, nieiit we would not utter a measure, other than a strong
which connected tell
from that source, will work no ultimate; worked up a case against an ('11wzzluo; Some friend having informed Mr.. a tory of continuing think that fla\ll opposition on thu part of some stevedores !;'
and we repectable gentleman: BROCK'S LINE _
injury to Walls. postmaster: l named Gaskins. in Wakulla Walls of the nature of the means thatWCIO political personal hostility and to our quarantine regulations. This
would have revised'! his celebrated) declaration of itself could! OP
the in not by possibijity!
Use, carrying out personal ends, any
The nature of Young's affidavit county, 200 miles Weft of .Jacksonville, about to be u.-ed for the injury of
of the most dangerous and detestable that "I here is nothing new under justify taking the matter personally in RIVER STEAMERS.

and the circumstances making its procurement ): and there, first mi- Special Agent his character and for his political deti'at. that the sun" if he in this day andreceived I hand, and assaulting the quarantine officer.
known
are all of than Walker, and having arrested Ga kins,p he came to the city and at his request practices are to the race. batlh'ct We most earnestly trust that the
necessary, more I visit in his
a sanctum from
accompanied Walker with the prisoner and against he statements: Mr. Fowler, whose statements; are our Doctor ill be able to identity the assas. SUMMER SCHEDULE.
as a
interest
common show
as they gU31'c quoted, is a United States friends of the U. S. Signal Office, showing sins. and that our Circuit Court to eonveno -
6UBOKNATION OF PERJURY to Jal'kol ille. Fowler had never seen of Agent Walker, Mr. Young made his I Deputy him in will take and after MONDAY. APRIL ath.the steam,
by record that more than 1st Monday August, O
Marshal, a man of unimpeachable standing lit era of lhi line will leave Shipyard Wharf daily
Walker) before and this which
to be Dot at time, affidavit, being by Iil I thereofand mete out to them .
only an occasional, but with! a.compnht eighty-six out of every one hundredof cognizance ([Sundays txteptej at 8 o'clock A. N .for
about month befoie the grand I and (character and who, both in the tltIDandi.-Pen-
some Government was one Howard, to judge Knight's office I the justice the offence
a
agents, customary Jun1. their the weather
Mexican and in the rebellion prognostications'of PALATKAand
war has sacola
take Republican.
jury were to of tho Al the
and habitual means of cognizance purpose. upon Judge's re
effecting result I often made days in advance, had been
berger case, had heard nothirg of the to Howard. done his country' good service as a soldier !- intermediate landings and return sam day. .
that can attained by no other or l less quest verified the actual results
b and who with and deliberation by duri-g a Domestic News.
speaks
of of the in care Through steamers for
dishonorable and dangerous means. I case or any parlies any Young's affidavit is as follows: month. ,

this be true, then at once there I sufficient I; VHy interested in it. On the next day.,, STATE OF FLORIIU, > and startling as his assertionsmay Through the courtesy and attention July) 21.-F. A. Dockray's sentenceof ENTERPRISEand

: the llth of November, 1873, Walker toM] Duvdl : be, they lend strong corroborationto of Gen. Con
for alarm COlztV.Dcoro $ death, ,at the instance
general for i 1
ground ; Messrs. McLaughlin and Simon, the intermediate landings.will leave as above on Tim
i
habitual be tolerated i Fowler ol the poft-office robbery and! of: me, Philip; Walter, Ksq.: Deputy the statement of Goff and You ng. cha has by Serrano, been commuted to days and Saturdays and return Wednesday and Sat.

rbor t false-swearing: I the case. Ho told Fowler that United States PMrict Clerk, r.on81J An examination of the witnesses' certificates ever watchful and efficient officers'of the imprisonment for ten 3 ears.Tilion uraay evenings.Shippers .

in one direction for the accornpllfthment Alberger had do came Edward L. Young who,, in the United States: cases tried U. S. Signal Office l-ere, wo have been. has filed his sworn statement, the atiernoon.4a6tf arc. requested to send freight down d.u.C

of personal or political endsor I Alberger nothing to with the duly sworn, deposit and says; here before the United States Commissioners favored with a copy of the monthly) accusing Beechcr of criminal intercoursewith J. BROCK.Agent.

to punish jtersonal enemies, it wi i rohhlr. but tl.ltll, Walker, knew who that' one Colonel J. E. Walker, special I which are on file in the United weather 're view for the month of June, I Mrs. Tilton. For .ladies'bats ask BucVy.F .
stylish
soon come into more general in !I dit I ; : it was to his interest to turn i it agent of the Post-offico Department, did I State MaishaPs: office, may throw The Fourth Congressional Convention -
use with
the
directions II o'i Alberger; that if Fowler! I have a conversation in the private rom farther light upon the character ot someof iutrath'e maps, which of : in Louisiana, endorses the nomination OCALAAND
and OR
\ menace everybody. Midnight wuuh of Mr. Frank Howard in themselves arealuablo for artistic ;
: the town ofJacksonville tho actors. They wi show that in of Grant for the'third term.
in the there '
a6as>ination is t be dreaded, but come to plan, were liar on the fixtceth of July,, these cases, whic'> : agents are en beauty alone, aside from the interesting .I Senator Fenton believes that Grant is -

one can imagine possible palliation: tie interested to raiso the money to pay r A. I) 1874, with the said Edward L.., tiled to : { receive in additio'n disclosures they nake. ambitious for a third term.' OTIIEK.

tor that under conceivable contin him (mentioning their name-*) and that Young to the effect concerning!the position per diem'an addition for; and : Marshal Jewel has arrived.at Berlin
iWO of the Paid Edward sufficient ,all We gather :few of tho aany conclusions his home the I'LACES o?; THE OCKLAWAHA RIVER
he. Walker, would see that they did so L.'Young.-late to cover, their travellingand on way to assume positionof
Arson
( .
gencies. or incendiarism genernliy postmaster at Archer, Florida and (the other expenses whep on dut reached, having only space forthoso Postmaster General.

arc t be dreaded, but plenary precautions In December, 1673, : strung tempt ,amount, due by wiiil office to the Post- Special Agent Walker hIS filed his ; special interest. July 22.-The Tribune sajs of the AND ADJACENT COUNTRY,

can be provided gains I; was made to procure an indictment ..ly'tho office Department: and Colonel J. E. certificates asa witness in them all at The month was characterized by an I Tilton-IJeecher matter, "the case now ,J.

them even. psaibl. grand jury, of Alberger, for the robbery Walker, in presence of t the said Frank 31.50 per day for attendance and firecetits transcends the power of the church conferences THE
j.crjuryforhir C of marked
which ; d. In this i itipKtigationH. Howard and Benjamin Gull, did make a travel per mile, receiving in the excess temperature, specially or well-meaning marplots to
no '
t dt"fenc whatever i possible for unj .C. Allen ftl, clerk in the: proposition to the sad RJwart I.. Younir Ylung'case 83 for two days"and, $18 for in the Central and Western p rtions of settle) or conceal. Unless the frightful STEAMER OCKLA IV AHA,

man in the community. money-order I that it ho wolild a Ju,tice bl r JCO; miles travel.If the country, with a decided excess of exposition is answered promptly and ,

7 TiE WHOLE ClUUNI1 DEMANDS post-office at the time of tho robbery S the Peace or any.other officer and swearthat the statements made are not correct ram in the extreme North west and, Northcast. fully.'the most famous pulpit since l'aul Capu W. A. SHAW.

as a matter: plainest Bell-preservation was &principal witness, and attracted 1 the moneys duo by the said pot: then Mr. Walker' owes it himself-,- as No has preached in Athens is silenced, and there
storm
a : ; attention by the embarrassment whichbe office at Archer t the Government were: well as to the service to which he be10nAs. severe general I I is no longer safety and dignity in refusal WILL LEAVE JACKSONVILLE.
& cowardly dutrd that is so lost used for 'political es to that been experienced, but many hailstorms i to Mr. Ikecher's own hand L
t displayed while under examination pur|>o> .promote a legal examination, to answer. EVE:.Y THURSDAY MORNING,
a'decency and sense of manliness as t the interests of General Walls, and tho which be is at any time liable: ; -should. and,much severe thunder and, lightning. seems to bear witness .against him.

attempt to procure for hire false ksl.!ik No indictments were found by the grand: party, that: ho, J. E. Walker, would I be demanded by himself, if not'otherwise The barometric range has' been greatest Satisfactory proof( the falsity of the; AT 8 O'CLOCK.

molly against bis neighbor, ) be jury on account of the robbery,und very eqna'sh tho prosecution now resting \ had, for that alone!,can now vindicate : in the North Lake; region, less in Maine, accusation will bo hailed: 'as tidings of .
CEO. R. FOSTER Aten{
ii driven forth from human branded title thorough examination wns ,made, ugaiiiFt the said Edward L. Young on a him, as his own good. and that of great joy, and the-position of the greatpreatber
society and New and least in
much charge of embezzelment, and turn him, the. service demands. But it on the Dacota England will bo stronger than ever' in 'a ktoapi/frJZoiIa. Pecrmimt llT-t

l with the Listing scorn of every true man i a testimony, wehi-knowntumnany, the said Edward L. Young scot free, inconsideration other band, the statements are 'correct, Florida7 Texas and California. the hearts: thousands. If ho fails to -. STHl

ti Proposing t cite some testimony, and wasnot called for, and many well-known r of this oath taken before then I salety of man' in the :'Thu I areas of low barometer have been I clear himself all Christendom\ will deplore OCEAN HOUSE

1! detail I suspicious circumstanceswere officer and within and the 'enry' .. : the loss and the shot of Booth : ,
is
certain facts that throw great light entirely an specified community by the continuance confined to the northern portions of the I pistol
recent transactions this ignored. saidi: Edward L. Young further IWlurstbat : in the service of the Government i will have caused no deeper and not so
upon in
community States' the main.
UhiUd!
-
I he believes that Colonel. E. Wai!. of one, who lor his own ends, or hopeless a national sorrow." JACKSONVILLE, FLA.: ,

f we wish first t refresh the In the early pait of January, 1874, ker is diam tririli ojposcd to General 1 at the beck of another, habitually resortsto The range of the thermometer has I A Tribune reporter has interviewed .

; : I general recollection in regard to certain Walker again approached Fowler, who Josiali T. Wllb .or otherwise 1, the means indicated for the destruc- been least in'Sooth )'lor(1 and Texas,, I Mr. Cleveland who said that Mr Til-! Centrally located and ftnHfass id aK tu appoinunenti

well-known events, and to say that th Ca then had moved to Jacksonville, uod! and! deponent further testifies that tho ion of the character or business (whom \vh re it: has avaraged only 2 while in I l ton and Mr. Beechcr are preparing a wilt remain open during the Summer months.
aid J. E. Walker hits i ignored con. be or is induced to attack statenicnt-whch! will bo submitted to
Ktalerneijt made when Dot within the told I him that he. Walker, intended to any chuosl Central United State it, was and in ,
qection, with any patty whatever t in this No force of character, no strength of < the Committee on Thursday,,and which BOARD -
,:;' cognizance of our local readers, are all I spring tlU cnhu again on .Werger, at or" any other State; nnd the deponentfurlher I; residence, no skill in evasion,can guard: the Northwest amounted to 5 ant CO0 will satisfactorily e plin11 correspondence : TRANSIENT

1' carefully made, and all are or can be Tensacolu; and that if Fu\er! would 'sweais thai he has never but the character, business or personal I but generally, the, mont hal been between them and all other matters $3.PER, DAY or |10 PERIT WEEK.

t sub4autlated by the sworn testimony go over and swear against Alberger he -any .pecuniary transactions: with General safety uC any man in the community warmt.r than u.uil.Tlirt : contained in )Ir.Tilton's statement, with penuaneM
would! J. T. Walls, or ]paid him any nionpy; against perjury for'hire. The man or The Baltimore and Charleston Steam'ship Very reascnab! arrangement*madd
of credible! men, but omitting as far mule i worth hu while., From : remarkable, fact that 8.3
for political pnrposos whatever, as re! the adminiatration that resort to it, or appears Company annouces reduction ,in boardert.
: ,I possible such personal) mention, this time- on, the, tone of the Union: ported by J. E. Walker, or for any other wittingly countenance its use, cannot of tho weather predictions bate been freight to Macon, Augusta and Columbia : MRS. C.L.BUFFINGTON.iUe .

.iiiy; not be indicpensible. a'i[hau been extremely: ) hostile and bitter, purpose. EDWAUI L. You o. escape condemnation.. '\Jifed. thus giving the best possible I, South Carolina. ;May.3..1874. "



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.. CITY NEWS, Pat Man's ( lub. In Short. (cockney pronunciation'? What, if he ; -. ,- ., ,1. :1 ; FURNITURE ;" ..'.:. 'I

There will be a contest between tlw The did refuse colcJred' woman's Ew.ase., Imp. ". .". .. ,",_
interesting of faro is now > '
game :

SATCRUAV 4ogflG.JULY 23,1874.Directory. :above named Club and the U. E. Lee's added to the amusements of the city. society because P he What was if getting does into tell Southern c han awaT any :....- :' ., :' WAREROOMS !r.. < .
everybody -
: I second nines The name and weights of -s-The happy shout of Keno Is sonle- he has been in Europe? What if he F"fit( ,: : .". FURNITURE -nti.: :
R ligious ',' : : .flStra.
will publish Saturday the Fat nine arc as follows: what silenced in the land and faro did try to frighten urnlide with a rvul- >
Under this Bead we every sweeps "
( P What he himself I' .1
it'
Catcher ver thought _
190.
Jones brve
be Captain-Peter
notices of Sabbath wrvicc u may : on
morning wich he board. le '
What Ifsoine of the laIiessay, "he may DAVIS & DREWQ "
o'clock Friday afenio.njSt. F. E. Little Pitcher 195.
tent to ut by 4 Duval headhr'Market. _"To what base uses she come be vain, but he is virtuousf" What if 'Engle. of E tem.. '
Protestant Episcopal, street may
John' M. S, Littlefield, Short Stop'205.. he ain't P I what of it P What if he .
Rector. Sunday service II ,
R. H. Weller at last. Pittsfield N. II. has baseball say Scott .j, !
LM .nd 7* '. : daily' at 65* A. N.; Friday 7* J. H, Dove, 1st Base: 177' a is called necessity Mawbey, because County, LCS. FOR_Ji.eo :..
Brooklyn Mission service Sunday'at 4H r M club composed of women." ', I .' .
tx Parish Suhday School at 4 P *. Missioi School InI4rOoIIyfl R. P. Moody, 2d Base, 179.J. young necessity knows no law ? Let him be .. __ PARLOR SUITS.' CHAMBER suns
arid East Jacksonville.9 A M Service in Peaches are becoming more plentiful all everybody in town says he is, and FOR .t.oo ,. l ". -, .,
Kant: Jacksonville every Sunday at 43# r. *. J. Holland 3d Base! 215. "he all ___._. l 1 : : '' '
for that and '
t Paul' Method; Episcopal(outb). N. E.corner Yandolen Centre Field 282. ( daily-so are the prospects for cholera yet is 1 man ; a 'FR IC '..' .," tvce,
llu..laDd New'nab sttectR<:Y. J. B. Fiupalnck II. friend of mine to boot. daily, by the < -
of morbus. ...,....______ .
J'. tor. II. A. Paulson Left Field. 200. Ah "Slow Coach," you gnaw a file. : .1.0 .' t

First! sttcU.Presbyterian- -Chuich*- ,*corner*- of?*Ocean*<*. Service and Adam Charles Fridenberg, Right Field 185.' During the warm season go toiucky's It is not my friend's fault it he were all July, = 3 LBS. FOR_ t.oo. MOSQUITO BARS & FIXTt :- : _

Sunday morning at o'clock and in the evening at 7 4. that. is nature, it is cranial ____ __ .-
Southern Bazaar for linens and I den-Iup (
and Bible Clan o'clock PrayerM.xtit' P. Bettellni Licratary 265 : J : 1.0 -
bcluxtl .t
H
Sunday } ment attack not fri z874. I f -
you my i j -r :. .' e.- ;
..
Wedi evenings Bt7j4 o'clock fctranrers '; -4'-
nn >: : duck suits. __ -t
,and friend.drCialty In,' led to httend. T. W. Osborn, Umpire 230.J. he help it? Such as he is you must take !: I LBS. FOR 1.0 Panlot *t _

Services In Ocean street Prs..byterlan Church. it A. J. Finley Scorer, 200. II -The old auction mart owned by W. him. "Slow Coach"' help yourself, he Tues. a 9 !18 CENTS. Suits. DAVIS & DRE\V.Q.n ,
M.. to-morrow. Kev. Lyons will preach. is School and fault parlor CHamber3;
RJ'
IVcsliyterian. Newnan' and Monroe atrectsIcv. R. L. Wood, Long Stop, 195. S. Dodge, whiclj was purchased by Mr. ,' Superintendent, your Wed.2 a 7 H> 17 CE TS Suits. corner! *> itGk "sfii
won't avail anthing. If he
-. .Pastor.liethel finding Parlor Chamber .
Baptist, corner of Qiurch and Hogan streets, Total 2,718. John G. Brown is: now in full running don't Miit the people, so much the.worse Thu.. a* 9 7 ,PER K i> CENTS Suit BAY AND LAURA STR E. Soiu.V* i
Rev. Mrhilden.. Pastor. Servhxs evClSunday The above named members of the a Parlor .Chaabsr _.
order. for the people. It he don't make a choice
morning at n o'clock; evening at 5. .4H LBS. FOR.Ji.oo Suits. FLA. Swta.'t I
Trinity Mcthodirl r.piscopal Cliurch. opposite St.JAmea Fat/ Man's Club, will be promptly on Superintendent, so much the wore t'ri,24 7 9 .JACKSIILI -.'
Hotel on Monroe street Rev. S. li Darnell that stand CANS FOR...., '
"They highest arc usually for the schools, but it won't detract one a sea. -
l'.tor, hand on the ground known as the It. E. 'sub J

.n. N. V, will preachin Lee at the head of first lashed by the scougo ot ton-_ !o't'from the meritsof my friend. Tho Barometer LB FOR.._.... I.O "-.i;;!iftt. _
Hogan
Trinity Is!. E Chapel at ti A. M., to-morrow. All grounds, least said best mended "blow Coach."
are welcome seats free. at 3 o'clock r. M. Tuesday the gues. Vide our School Superintendent.There friend his CAN CENTS. EXAMINE OUR LARGE STOCK. Second Missionary Baptist Church Duval street between street, My can fight own battles but J

Laura and Pine streets.Rev. Mai Brown. Pastor. 28th of Jul)". The pubie i are invited to will be a grand sale at M. A. if,you don't believe i it, you better try PROPORTION. AT 1 ..\J"4
_ Catholic,S. W. corner Church and Neunan street. His friends will back : .,. .L4t .
auction sales and
; ki'li rooms to-day. again. him. ; '
nziaIJn? : 'iH
Father Dufau. EarIyMassat6 4; High; Ma.s at lo*; attend, especially!' the Phat ladies.J. W I .,\
Vespers at 5.Second Young men just starting or about to should 1 be the only one, I shall not ... 7 : -" .'"
Advent, Brooklyn m-ai S. Fairbank'* resi- II. Don, PETEK JONES hesitate to act as his second. I ence in / B. ROCHE. .. ,. ."' !
den'e. C.: W. o.>nn'.lI)'. Pastor. Secretar Captain. start in married life should attend. and Music, Ifll 101' ," "" > .
First lUplist N.W.corner of Pine and Uuion streets. ) i CHER \ or private lot.) ; *.101
Rev. C. B. Simmons. Pastor. .., -The estate of C. Parkhurst i is doinga ----- Address 101 . :. 111 ,... r 'f -
African Washington strcc.t Rev J. R. 7- 5-3t lot I .t, .i101 -
Methodist
It ,
.
Ba St .
Scott. Pastor. Arrested. large egg business. They have received Communication Between Florida and : 'CKYILLE.: .,.,. ."r.to'

Last Wednesday evening Sergeant I a largo quantity of paper egg Nassau. lot ltt FLA. 161 101 .,- ,
Steamer Launched. The Nassau Gardian of the 17th J FOR . 'o. .
New luggins and a portion of the police which a has : unsays lot 5 101 -
cases patent
packing upon : .
T. W. Lund's new steamer: j hit. : 11ioi 'R, ,
Capt. force made a raid upon a house of prostitution been obtained.An : 101 "

"The Pioneer of Indian River," was kept by a Mrs. Emma Taylor notorious A respected correspondent in the -' ,- 101 tnt *.....* 101 l> ';f...f .

launched: on Tuesday ]last. The new for her wickedness and arrested exchange says *'thc girl of fashion United :States, under date June 9th, And 101 K>loioinioioDS .)
,
now gives her whole heart and i : "I saw on arrival in New 00161010101lOloo "
built Brock's andis says my
shipyard,
boat: was at : the proprietress, several of the womenin ___. __ IOloouoixxs'ciooooonoorx'colOl ,
York11'. Smith who informed that u ; '" _
"
me
the Indian River mind kittens instead poodles. They : DAVIS&DKEW,coldlOIOlooooomncioanwoooOucolOl :
to run on
designed the house and number of The Steamer .
a young men. the Bahamas' had declined '
flee fioin both in this section or the I Legislature -1'Y
in connection with Capt. Lund's river We withold for the! present the names: of any aid! to the project of a steam communication tOI 101 lOloooo 101oulll01 F\R"lt'.ol0t ;" -. "

boats. found there out wicked flea chcwcth them. between Nassau and Florida.I lot lOtucoWARKHOVSL 0101 .' .
_, ... the young men orphans V _
0 I
; Illicit stills can't bo kept still in regret this very much. I enjoted sowelihe 101 10 J'Q 0
of for their We also lock : leave 101 lCNI0I010 D& .
Personal. respect parents. climate of Nassau that I look- Wi V.OIOlltlOI '
o'clock. Road,only two 101 101
Maine. The cxcic;: officers always worm Kiag
His Honor Judge W. A. McLean, is within our bosom the names of the young owa.d to a renewal of my visit with lnd i 101 liii 111 10: :' (.
them he has 101 lOt lOt ,
confined to his house with a severe attack men found there who poscss parents, out. McMurray says great satisfaction; but a three weeks' TO THE lot 101 101 '} 'J, ,.
wormed nearly all of them from this interregnum of mails is decidedly! dis 101 101 101 101"11 .;- ::
not because: we have regard foJ'parents
of fever.U. any section.Flies. couraging. We had a fair trip to St. CANE AND lOt ._Hll 101 "." ,"

S. Uiscrict Attorney Drew, left for who willlJring up their children Augustine'four days-in tho good A L KINDS. lot 101 101 .

Washington by the City lo yesterday), in such a manner that they desire visit. are happy this weather. If schooner atef Queen, Captain Evans. LDING LOTS. Fo 101 lll 10 101.I :oH', t,) '. ILiNl

such but because the we have: anything specially sweet and Our arrival from Nassau direct created 101
to btl' alisrnt a few weiks. During his places, parents To our ._,_ltl ." ;::
desire interview at adistan good: to eat each !spoonful will be fol- quite a sensation. When I opened the II. WEBSTER _
to
abs-enec\ Judge J. P. u. Emmons, will might us at Wallace's Mill, ) ,
of communication I
subject a weekly ,
with the I..lIutclluld of an ox rsuader. lowell to our mouth by 8c'l'rL1hl.. -
his official business.Business p '
atlc'udtu !
found every one believed such! :) proJect Florida. i j

..- a- We arc not afraid but do not desire to bodied flies acting as pallbearers.We would prove highly successful. The SELECTS- .
THE FINEST AND BEST :
Change. lacerate: the feelings of a considerate have been informed that im- plates of resort in Florida have been hats at Bucky'a.
ED IN THE SOUTH:: ;.. ,1: /.
Owing to other pressing: business engagements crowded the past season with
mblic 'forth their iersonswho
by calling sympathy }[*ouuded animals sometimes are compelled : ., ':
: Mr. "'. R. Aftno has sold would have gladly taken the PAPER
for -
us. to go two or three days unfed! short to Nassau -", .i
sea to
his intern.! in the firm of J. B. Rue lie voyage .. spenda .
Unfortunately some of the more sprighty and without water. If this is so, the month or two. Captain Jbtans must I have Parlor RICH. PLAIN ChsmbW'''. -

.S: 0,., t., the younger: nicmUr of the I leaped through the windows and city authorities ought to }put an end to now fit up his vessel I to accommodate 15 Machines, t.I: on north side el Suit. Suits.4, ., ".'

Jinn, Mr. J. U. no<'lH Mr. Rot-he is nvoung thus fMMpt-d. But one is marked. He to 20 passengers put her in the tilled, and and Laura, within one Parlor and Chamber ,..I _
: bUi-h alt Sui&"'
man; woll )known in this city left small remnant of his cruelty.In Florida. trade. wjxild be more years; and and, two 250 fet from one of Suits.S: SUBSTANTIAL Chrmbcy, ,.:11
n
pants upon several places in the city the streets money in it than there is likely to be inwrecking. "'1'16 twostor Ult. -
lir Jits Lu-ine-s! capacity and *-trict in- HOUSES, -
the blind fastening and this piece mayLie cular,with Parlor Can.b'ts.JSut.

tegrity.I In his new and ulo! iinderlaking found to fit sometime. The :nested arc partially filled with large heaps oldtlris .- .-... -,- My ltet : tenement six rooms use below, without,in rUR ITURE ; ,?;f'l -
and filth. This is violation of
he C1c' -l'I'\'I'S the Leaity support' ofDocJkray. with patent to main house,and ; }h.
; Kirlics were brought before the Mayorriiuf.day ; Local Advertisements.THAT .
and four above, with .
the City Ordinance on streets. One pered" ( :V.,}
tIll' r4jui; J d1L'. ; and reaped the reward of b. Each house "
large pile has been dumped on Hogan tion the and drive- V
------- ; a ?
their sowing. There are many of these SODA FOUNTAINIn ERS,and across the entire tront. We are prepared to offer our *tock'at\
i between Adams and Monroe streets.Will feet the front J**
the La Favorita cigar More U admired by all. twenty t remarkably prices. -
'l1A'A'SA, July! 21.! -The deathpfuiiouru4tl foentt'nt'c vile places in exi.-tence, and the police prica with walk same height loW ., '' ," '
the Marshal: look to it? ..
_ _ _ 6-i3tf wood 'fr..
Fivtlerick The "/' bck tot the double \ .
A. determined exterminate them. .
agaiiiht: seem to ; ,_ M;
Ilut'kl'lI) ot Fbi ilh: ,'IIS: "C'C'J'lIl1Imuh.tt'l ) IVest the warfare. "Sin is like a -Captain A. J. Bentley who has BASE BALL GOODS nounced te ; ..si&0
on 'It
tc-II p.1t iinpriMinru I ty 1'n...Meut devoted much time and money to the At Santa Clan' Bazaar. L'Igk Granite Blxrk market, for WATER, -; :- ,$ "t.
-. ,
river, which begins; in a quid spring corner IUy and Pine streets.Jacksonville. L,brick curb,and SiD iL I Obit' _
ttrrtno, at the inHaircti; : Caotaiu.- G&*>- advancement! of. school interests in this n.rid. Tl' fifty feet to cess pl
*'ral Concha.! but ends in a tumultuous sea.Mawhty TO KENT latest feet 0 each i DAVIS & DREWg;
has bticu appointed a member ]
recently
county, and having :
ers
The nlun! is from the Ain&omtWJVs --a- Fur the swmr. A large furnujica room on Bay western b1 occupies a ,.1 :!
of tho Board of Public Instruction.
the of For sizes the west half ul a full "
Again. street. Apply at i' *
; Di-palchcs.' We lutlIud causeiilulifve Such an appointment i i. uiobt satisfactory 4-aStf (fcc TUB Ntw SOUH. Shipped orange, prach and fig DEAI.LC.S 1: : :, ,: '
t. that PocKray) will I lie vi'lVaM't Will the Union pleac take notice that thrifty growth. Also

Judge Knight is ll the author of"SlowCotth' to the people.JackconviIle.. -C CREAM cntr. between Market a All! Unds of FURNITURE. CARPETS, :' fMATFRCSSES.
in a fc'W'I kin;; a month at leut.Gamblers house of thirteen ,
this I time is in That all acLnuw ledge to b kuperiur to any ever to L Orders aid occupied by him .WHITE PINE WAU';U i ,*r
)produ tion, which lately appeared just at '
--' had in ilii city previously ly U to b obtained at' the Address sixty feet frontage on NUT, and CEDAR.LUMHER :

Arrested. iu the NEW SOUTH ; that the a fair way to be favored with abundant Temperance Heading Room at L.faim'ilu. 6-ijlf. a'v hudnd a halt.and feet ten on feet Adams; with: ctc."i r

Sergeant; Iluggiiis; and his men made: article was not written in this city, and facilit.es: in the Hue of printing-there FOR SALE.A lot, closets of and water All JACKSONVILLE. FLA. ; '.' '::1 ;Ii V

raid: the gambling: bell in Rotten IJCVIT seen or }heard of by Judge Knight being now tour establishments in actua lOA 1 being luriure. high } ,
uJn aoff kiml at Bucky'i.? ff

LJw. ..tletl by 1Ick;&t tiliicklcy; and until it appeared in xlue course of publi opcn.tion, and a lifUi !till awaiting the or sale at A.bargain. I ia good condition. Apply at V V OF THE CITY, .-.- -- a- -- -. -.. -- .,., %}

.w'1"Ht'ct 1110! proirieiir) and several in-i l'l1tiou.nd hence the Union's gratuitous process of incubation. A. G. CHAW-ELL'S Boat hhop. C)11n pany, of air at al tme.Will JACKSONVILLE :, .
of the State
uiatc: 4 breaking up this nefarious haunt. fling and intimation that it was not Let there be light; .MATTING AND TRUNKS.A in the city ( ( particulars figure: ,a apply oner to the is 1fI1E

The :!uihYlartir's) were wveiely! (1.>ah written for the rcasons'ass-igncd: by the ... large invoice of Straw Matting. Traveling Trunks lowing.A" A. J. KObS. SALES AND LIVERY" _
(/ S7.
and Satchels just received, at prices cheaper than ever Light
with by Mayor .Jonc>lo1. Union, are groundless. Squib's Catechism. : ;'
or rent,two small houses
Call on FURCJJGOTT, BEN EDICT& CO. ture uf the
Wednesd.iy the police made anotheriruccc If Maw: (')' desires to make! further acquaintance Superintendent: 'Lcy will probably '7 to 18S transfer]. and Church sleets, STABLES---; ;;,

fc ul l raid on Uotlen Row and wv- with "Slow Coach," \\e will I vhit the several schools. If he should of this i very desirable iZir *,: -
THE rRorRirroR. .
.*rnl diripitors were brought bf'r the try to gratify him, as we presume themilhor ask the 'following; questions would not Gentlemen can find L'JT-T every stjlc ST'LE.of liaens for suits,avery an Light art of 7. ,um C. D. McCLENNY, .--'" ...i.0 .
-
Mayor and ordeied locked in the eit' would have no objection to giveMawbey the Fbi ida answers? bu thought correct in reasonable prices by calling on and tied to An Bucky sells. Notice is given to the public that 1 have purchased J "

jail fur five da.g. any satisfaction or redress he What ; is supposed 6'zjtf l'UJ{ Ir1.litNEDICT.CO. Augibt 8ih. well-known HARTRIlXiE. br.AIlI.Kb.oppw.il <*.'f.!
QUI'I'
1 paper
> sec. '/of METROPOLITAN.. HU TEL.and have on Uuda J
----- -- de ire. be the ot the state Administration "
might > to organ VICHY AND KISSENGEN. Which : : "

J. W. Swaim Appointed Bank AgentIVe We should judge Mawbey and the P4thswer.The Many on ruing. in the morning complain of a head fer this of Board the" \Vest LAURA, VERY LARGE STOCK (W- ':. ,,'r"

are! glad to be informed that J.W. Union failed to recognize the pointsat Senlintl.Q. ache or feeling stupid. A glass of Vichy or Kiv ngcn Now, F'a.: o
.-Who, by common report own, from "Tuflu" fountain in Favorita cures said HORSES* FOR SALE./
Swaim late ca-hlvr and M.mmot L
: manager: ol which "Slow Cu.uoh"'as;, aiming edit and control the Sentinel? all such un.liasant Slltnll. directed, J. H. BLANCK- # .

the Jacksonville agency of the Fretdinan's One ot which was, that i,rior to Mawbej .A.Governor :Stearns and Walton, 6'13Jf holders o the sth at Irpri.tor. Those desiring: to purchase will find it to and their adva-"" _
attractive
examine unusually Urge
to Ih. ;,.
Bank, has rcct-iMjd from the ( "'6 appointment he had filed a bill in owners; Secretary McLin, editor. BUY YOURSELF A HOME. mcus stock use ,ailapud. to all tbvs. -" : ,

Freediuan's Hank Conunistioners the chancery against Governor Stearns et al., Q.-Who is Stale printer, and who A VJLLA-SITB on St. John' river n o" crcd for sale ALES.LAGER I am also receiving' ,;. -, :}jl:' -
-,
"appointment as local agent to ass'ut the in which other things Mawbcj :lppuintl.| One of the m>.it desirable places in the\iciniry of Jacksonville : A COMPLETE OUTFIT OF ::1 ;. _
among antI the Governor ,
A.-'u1on. containing 38 acre*-about 8 acres ready for I
<=w>>missioners in and closing owed him up DUBLIN :
settling up claimed that Stearns tl at", a points. planting. For ltnic..s, apply at the counting-room NT STOUT. BUGGIES, PHAETONS 'AND* ",1

; tie affairs of the agency in this city largo amount ofinoney. For a while i it Q.-Is the Sentinel the official organ oTJp NEW SOUTH. 4-a5tf .1. N the hot quality always OTHER CARRIAGES ?. ':

An old resident and for that Judicial District, and by whomaJIOiflttl :
very favorably looked as if the Union must collapse.To ia 1 I t _
? BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS cwn. .- Of the latest MTo, "
}known here Mr. Swaini's Union ,
appointment
have the suspended justfloW
Company
A.-Yes, and appointed by the Secre- Will find a complete assortment of lumber, dressed books to t '! '

will give satisfaction to business men for a trifling sum of money Stearns tary of Mate. and undressed,mouldings,shingles etc., at th Dept verified and at dicky's. FOR LIVERY SERVICEise, _

and go far to restore the confidence ote ct al., owed Mawbey would never do Q.-Does the Sentinel print United Lumber Yard. Orders to L delivered at landings on By 7-anf order *'.V'hiUi ill be furaUhiul ,' j 1. L'.,,

< many colored' depositors. Stearns could not get along without aiorgan States Laws, and why? the River receive cspecLd au.ntion.Adds .Loins J. R.tvsH.FEE ,- -- lSIED HOUSE 0 "0 'J J

A.-Yes, because, this organ needs ',**
---- in Jacksonville at the present F AT THE SHORTEST NOTIGF
support from tho people's treasury. VILu -' .
Bank Organized.On closed out SODA WATER. .
time for if the Union was MawLey-My colored fellow- : "
young C hen Brother have made arrangements Gato& A g AND OS THE t _
tluz
22d infct., the Eubscriln to the wit I.
how could the administration keep up: citizen, jour answers u'e. as common Wfil
to k>dy who purchases goods to kee $
every ;
National Bank, in co-operation Kith Mr and i correct: and some day C. present tea MOST REASONABLE TER s'.h !
Purman you
Walls goes
its attacks upon report of one dollar with a ticket good fur one -of the to remove to his planta .' .
'.
D. G. AmLk-r, met at his Banking House:' and how could the Governor may bo Governor, Congressman or Director that delicious Soda Water that flows from their&mam Sun his Adams Street,near the "I
Conovcr Hotels.H. '.. _
for in the Frecduian'd Bank. Next moth Fountain. Tht at FAVORITA, cor. street. MR. G. M. BRITTA1N is my authorized Agent ami .r
.
shares of the S. SANFORD
organization.: 500 Gatialt.
work up his chances for the U. S. Senate boy. and Pine. L of Fruit Manager,and will al ways be found al theStablcs rc. ,, ;
per Bay ..
the
were represented.! After some discus. P Of course the Union cmild' not be Question-Who owns the Union. f ---- tw88tf t ment.attend t a business appcruiininj C. 1.McCLENNY.O to : V

_ sion this name of the bank was unanimously apnrcdjust: now. And why would not Answer-Governor Stearns, Walton, SPECIAL NOTICE C.Atl'y U at Sfffentter 16.I813 f v.::

\ adopted as "The Ambler National our economical Governor, who was State Judicial and Federal printer, andMawiiey Previous to our taking account of slock, we offer now L. .at Duck y's. : t.... II

Bank, of Jacksonville Florida." School Superintendent.Q.Wbo special hrl" in Bleachinga, Sheetings, Browns C ; For neckties an bows call at Bucky- .. .. Cr
make Govern "
wont to selling
money by is editor Dress Goods, Dress Linens.Towels, Quilts, Ac RtAL EXCHANGE,SA- "
X-1; The following Directors were elected: rueut rations to the freedmen, and who A.-Sawyer is advertised, but there Those in need of dry goods will find ou prices ex # .HUBBARD. : "z

D. G. Ambler, J. P. Taliaferro, S. BHubbard loves to salt down a little filthy lucre, are several who assist, such as Cheney, tremly low now. Agency New 'S AlUEI : .1' :

9 Dr. II. Robinson, J. J. Dan- be gratified ui settling his little accnun Jenkins, Ledwith, and others. 627 FURCHGOTT BENEDICT & CO. Assets ,, ., .}r ,j.1',,

: lek J. II. rayne. II. II. 1I0c>g. with Mawbey by pa}ing him with a littleCx'cuth'c Q.-Is the Union Judicial and Federal - Proprietor. ItdultiFla. .. 0"' '

patronage. And what appointment printer HOMEIADE.SOAp.Te LS1' and Dealer in' .r '*s> *
.._
I A Directors' meeting was then held so pleasant Mawbey as that Yes to first the manufacturer,A. Buesing receiving abundant O. -t oo. Importer
A.- appointed by I A .... ... .._ .. t .. 'tiii;
And testimonials of the of the of his manufacture. ?? 35. -
a elected t D. G. Ambler, President, of Superintendent of Schools. True, Secretary of State, and the latter by the quality soap I .___.__ s. HARDWARE, IRON AND STLEU: 'l
\Yc :
and is not the father of to append
Th.i& 11. Maxey, Cashier. Mawbey n family Administration. Iptlm D. '
June 1874. .._..__-?..._ 35. .
The Directors then paid In their whole any Extent, or a large tax-payer but Q.-Who appointed his partner! Maw- i. ... as. EDGETOOI.S.TABLEand POCKET- ;L"I'Y
in
Mr. A BUssING I and -
: am a use -------
'
then nil of this may be overcome in Superintendent of ? barb- your soap PNails
subscription, and-the other stockholder time. "Slow Coach," presume, will hey A.,-Governor School. my shop ru shaving. It ba te advantage of other lections Will __..__.,,,..r. 25. CUTLERY. : 'r

:'.'. present fifty per cent. on their subscription. have: more to say upon this subject; but Maw -My ju\'cnio nation's ward &p away.In making I advise an abundance all o lather, that Soap"do to not .____??___ 35.as Glue Putty., Glass!., r.mt'v Oi1.,>* j o-,. ...;t;# -

: then we presume his objections and theobjections your answers your teachers sure satisfaction. t any! 'Buciag5. come t my b; .....__.,...?_. 35. LEATHER BELlINCRUBHERPACKlNC..n.: ,' >,u

:. It was moved) and ordered that the of the public Mawbcy's know several things /and you, too, may shop and I will prove I the tiuth of what I say. i ,.._.... 35.,
a appointment will bIt answered by the rise above the Bcot-Black Brigade, rise 15 CENTS sTovEsTINWARE.CROCKERY. PU J'2lo.i
: HODGE. '
president the North JOHN .
at
proceed onco to .
R .
i. '
query "Ain't I Governor to the profitable positions once. held !by May 1874. TO Ale,Dublin Stout,er \ }
to obtain the bonds and to the 6-a } a complete j 4'
: a ----- the shining lights of the Republican Mr.A. BUSSING: You wUh t know how I like thg acIlnJ'i' 1"

,:.: organization at Washington; and that At His Old Tricks. party or, perhaps, become editor of the soap I bought of you. consider. it the best, I have lor safest. Buckv' DOOP. SSH'.BLN D MOC LDINCS.S C\' o14

the business of the bank be opened a9 Jim Miller is again ju limbo. lIe has Union. One. caution I give you, 'don'tbl.Jevc ever used. I Is quick in cleansluj.lot disagreeable &cr 7"

soon all the necessary arrangements are what CaptainJack says, he is aDemorat. to the kkin, and I a respects i the best washing soap ... ..iI! It:( ..(_oi'.. ... :,.
; been locating the eeeno of his five-fin I am acquaintcdwith.. SYLVIA HICKS. .
. laade. The SQUIB. Will begin -7Ug.ato 37a-L*.
then '
meeting adjourned. >
. gered requisitions in. Jtssup this time. May 24 1874.Mr. Pio ,FLOKIDA, CISJlin"ojl1. .' .. .l.ly .
'JF Mr. Ambler took on yesterday: this u.p A. Ei'SiiNG ; The soap I bought of you ha June .'
4 rhe potiee of this city were telegraphed uelday. Dress Goods of 1' I
I have -
Steamer for given me perfect Satisfaction; U U the bwt eat an a -- ;
the North and of
expects to to arrest him on his arrival Thursday; Local New South :-1 don't often write used. My clothes wblee from the u of the soap, returning a theJ.ucttylc TROV: IN TIfF : .* _

1} use all posbible dispatch to complete the last he having: J left Jessup for this city; l for newsplpcr: indeed I don't often u if bleached. I can earnestly! commend the soap to ct. GS. .1. n.O :--a..t-- -

' business for the of the bank. mind other business bat STSA ttON, WiU also THE PERUVIANS ,
: opening on tho train ; but the Live Oak author! peoples ; your all. NAt 'if
; In the Coach '' compelsme May tj, 1874. o STRtTPVaalfisa :
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i- meantime the Cashier Mr correspondent .. .
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the.
ties wanted him he detained in _
... ,I : so was to break my rule in defense( of a Mr A.ni..tH Jam muc pleased with your soap and:ot.ar the
Maxey : lp
will .
conduct the banking house that place. friend. I allude to Mr. Mawbey of the I have beem making my living by washing fur the las ,Returning, a stln.hnwsurtie. -
: of D. G. j _jp aBase that I have used Fo aenC o KroLcn-down. 0 Ungi"croac a
Ambler with his usual prompte Union. It was a gross presumption in fifteen yean and must say never btter = CO>lainti.

">, ) until the return of the Jrelident BalLJACK80NflLLE "Slow Coach" to critcze my ; soap than that I bought o your own manufacture. i Dtl.D Hu <

when July 2t 1874 and I his slurs to With one pound of your soap washed tao pieces as mo 1
the old house will be merged Into ,' indignantly ; as if they bad been bleached. I should call i it N Thousarxta have
We the 1st nine of ihe -DuvaJ} BaseBall stab a man a not fair. whit been ehaas'd ly the
the Xatonallbnk.( hclild GI-ernor" bleaching I recommend,it to,all as likely to giveenerilfcatlsfactlon. PE FRENCH .
Club do hereby challenge the 2d Wha if my i Is as Sir lap. .. MAKT HOJXSI TO \lSE. a % .u of (hi* rtrcecjj

, -:' As thU will bo a I 1.rictJr) home bank nine of the Stonewall's"Jo play a match Bacon P What if he has lost his The ,. from "'eak, sickly,

veryono of the o/Bcert/ and subscribers game on Tuesday morning nt 9 o'dock,1 courage? What if he makes a good OUR.ENTERPRISING and has J"11,* HrIII.w irons,healthy, and happy m'l Itel WOf cu; an

being well-known citizens of Jacksonville on the gr.undsprth ,'fl. E. Lees. I ft life donr.kc>pt.r? What if he did try to be Friends'Messrs. Gate .Co.:.have seemlnsly-ipared! no nursery Bucky's. tovalids cannot reasonably iiro you ect hesitate the C give ark.it*t S.

Is abt'iecepted within five > Secretary to Governor Hart for handsomest soda fountain kin a CI'B! blown {I.
. a ,we predict for it successful challenge. 1 private expense In introducing the Pemvi.Syrup" I th _
a career, consider the contest the honor's sake P if he as- admired and Send for joa. SJTH: W.
days we_ ouis. Wha doc ever*rt up In city. by everyone and
and that It will be Us th r I 1 of .' Room are F(JW U&5OiPropnietos. t.O _
Drn'
as predecessor was, { Respectfully; scist with .younger than he the soda from I pronounced by aU th ladies to' b Po. .,'I'1 ., aalebyrugg.intscis.ral'r. TL

f1* leading bank in Florida, ; IST NIKE or THE DUVALS, by a scoriofycars?. What If he has n tb best.: .- -% "" .Addr.. I : ,



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,i, .. -/_ THE NEW SOUTH : SEMI-WEEKLY: JACKSONVILLE:, S'ATURDAYJULY 25 1874. -. .

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:,! SJL CUJ"URE-Ko. i.Tlic same temperature the air outside .MISCELLANEOUS. -- MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS ". MISCELLANEOUS. .
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only with the sun excluded while 5 5 S Tr1'I -
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several 1 experiments in silk-i cold!, wet or windy days and nightsthe N. DOBBINS, :, '** '

4! I :j, rulture made in A. '
this State within one temperature: within may be tempered FLORIDASAViNGSBAWK

t' ': :,- cr two years past, and<<1 the uniform to suit the worm. With the GUNSMITH. LOCKSMITH, J J. HOLLAND: ... . ( .

i I j success attending them, !have induced house properly constructed! with good : : :AND REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE., .
WATCHMAKER AND
f us to write this article which is almost eggs, when proper means have been, AND GENERAL JOBBER; '. [IncorporateJ July 6th,1874.J .

!I an abstract of those items which will employed for their preservation and Corner Bay and Hogan Street, JEWELER. ", OFFICE. IN LOVERIDGE'S BUILDING. OCEAN STREET.)

especially beneficial to persons who with proper feeding I have never Corner Pine and Bay So., JACKSONVILLE t'LA..JuI zst, 18744- ( '-- ... ..
: of Tin FleriJa DamJt and RtatEtUt Ejttkgf. -- =
t JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. is hereby given the incorporation of Sating
pave already undertaken, or those who known of a single case where the JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. NOTICE the provisions of the laws of the Slate of Florida with the principal place of business in the city'of

: wish hercalterto undertake the -: :- Jacksonville. f WHOLESALE OHDEJtS AT SAVAKSAH PElvis..ii .
j raising worms nave proved unhealthy. -:0- The general nature of the business shall be that of a BanK for Savings and Loans, and the purchase and saleof -
I : of silk worms and the culture of silk, SEWING MACHINES CLEANED: AND Real tstatej Mortgages: Bond*. Stocks: Gold and ilYer,,Trealury Warrant: X.C. :

I that have appeared in the reports of 1'he Brunswick Appeal furnishes a REPAIRED.; New Jewelry, Clocks, Watches .1 he capital stock (which may be increased at any meeting of shareh.Jders called for that purpose) shall be: ROBINSON
$20,000. of which 10 per cent. shall be paid In upon commencing business.and the.balance in installment as WHOLESALE & RETAILDRUGGIST
the Department of Agriculture at statement of the shipment of yellow Diamonds, Plated and the: business of the corporation may require.

I Washington since the 3 ear 1847 and I pine luml er and timber[ from that ORDERS FROM THE COUNTRY PROMPTLY Solid Gold'a.nd Silver 1 This he highest corporation amount will go of into liability operation to which July this 61h. corporation 1874 and: continue can subject twenty io.elfshal year*. !, be tiy>fao. ,

I j Jo 1872. A certain irregularity will port and Darien, which shows that ATTENDED. :: 1O. Ware, etc. The officers of this corporation shall serve without. salary until otherwise provided by a vote of the stockholders Hoc '. Hock.: Cay St.,

be noticed in the arrangement of subjects there has been shipped during the four The design of the Florida Savings Bank is- to. afford to those who ore devro of saving their money the JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.

i f SATISFACTION GUARANTEE'i means of sa ely employing it at a good rate of interest,to bs ir-vestcd under: the direction well-known citizens,
in this Inter, and an apparent years, 286.127,402 feet of lumber and DIAMONDS PEARLS, AND PRECIOUS AT HOME in home securities well-known value instead or running the risk oflosing it by entrusting: it to I COMPOUNDING rHESCBIFTIOXS A SFECIALTY.KEARNEYS .

,f inconsistency in I the statement 01! facts. timber, valued at $4,878,309.66. Allowing :- ofbm lock. STONES SET IN{ (foreign corporations to be sent to far off. cities C;>r investment i a _
: ()PPICERS.-The officers of this corporation shall! consist of a President Vice President and Treasurer, anda 5--
i I These apparent discrepancies have: 4,000 feet of mill and ranging FINE GOLD. Board of three or more Directors, to be.chosen annually, commencing November I, 1875 and to hold office

Arisen from the fact that have de- timber as the of THE. CENTRAL SALESROOMSAN until their successors are duly chosen. :
: production
we average
Mr.RTll'lcs.-RejZular meetings of the corporation tat the election of officers and other business shall be held
sired to give the views and statements each acre, and we find that say 71,527 annually commencing November i, 1875,
t AUCTION AND GENERAL COMMISSION Initial Letters, Monograms, and BANK HOURS.-The regular hours for transaction business shall be from 9 o'clock a.'m. to'3 o'clock'p. m. FLUID EXTRACT
of different prominent writers upon acres have been denuded of that class HOUSE. .Fancy Engraving done in daily except Sundays and holidays and on Sa urdays until 7 o'clock: p. m.
of lJ"I'OoJT5.-Dcp..siL will be entered In the book of the corporation and also in a book to be given to the'deposilor. -
ihe subject ol silk culture, and ;n a timber. After the lands have been an artistic manner.
This book will be evidence of his her When withdrawn this boob must be
or y. moneys are
proper
jmanner, in the order of time in which thus !strpped of the larger class of timber Day! Street near Laura, brought to the Bank to have the payment entered. Depositors may take out the money themselves or, in case B U C H :U !

'i .views were written. The there still remains timber sufficient JACKSONVILLE. FLA. absence or sickness it will be paid to their order properly witnessed and accompanied by the book. Deposits .
repetition will be repaid at any time when called for,when there is a sufficient amount in the treasury uninvested; otherwise -
U .of the same: subject in different portions for the profitable establishment PUBLIC SALE every SATURDAY. 6 :7-swtf: Standard time by Chronometer at the earliest practicable period in the order in which they may be Called fir.INTEKEST. The only known remedy for
rated transitobservations. .-Interest at the rate of seven and three-tenths per cent.(or two ccuts per day on $ioo)will be paid
of the letter arises from the same of turpentine farms. Allowing the by annually, upon all deposits which shall have remained three months or more in the Bank to be added annuallyto
A. DZIALYNSKI -
rause, and jet, from a careTul perusal.of value of the timber lands to be, say \IJORR1S the principal ofthe Dcpositnr.Acco.rrs BRIGHT'S : DISEASE
UNCALLED FOB.-Any account to which nothing shall be added and wK'ch: shall have remained
the article, it will be found that two dollars }per ac Ie, which is certainly -c- uncalled for for seven yean shall cease to bear interest.

; the different statements are consistent J a laipe: allowance, and we find that AUCTIONEERAND paid ACCOUNTS to their legal PAYABLE representatives.TO HKIKS.-If persons die who own money in this Savings Bank, the money will be And a positive remedy for
AGENT FOR THE CELEBRATED DORaL AND
one with the other. 54,806,783 66 has been realized from. COURVOISIER WATCH. BANK BOOKS.-Although the officers will emleavor by all possible means, to prevent frauds, yet all payments .
r to persons producing the bank-books shall be valid payments to discharge the corporation. GOUT
CULTURE OF SILK. the manipulation an\J manufacture of. CHILDREN'S ENDO\\'MINTs-p..renlA or guardians of minor children may deposit money as trustees for< the GRAVEL STRICTURES,

the i industry: through the scope ofcountry : COMMISSION MERCHANT, benefit t>f such minors until they become of age, interest upon which may be wi.hdrawn annually or added to DIABETES, DYSPEPSIA,
Fxperience has fully proved that the prinipal. *
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tributary to the port of -- -- SPECIAL ENDOWMENT PLAN.-Deposits in the Florida: Savings Thank amounting to $70 during each year fOr a NERVOUS DEBILITY
the climate: of the United States is Brunswick 3Atl Vim's of merchandise received on consignment term often }ear* will secure the depositor a cash payment of$1,000 at the end of the term, or proportionatelyon DROPSY
and Darien. COFFINS AND UNDERTAKERS ,
as well a d' nature and ; : I and nuld..t aiiLtion or private sale. smaller. or larger annual deposits. In case of inahilify to complete the ten; annual payments, the depositorcan ,
----. ___.-- --- I withdraw the amounts already paid in, upon g ving three month notice, together with the accrued interest
]liabits: of the silk-worm land the production thereon. This plan.unlike ordinary life insurance,secures the depositor against t. f:iture of previous payments, NON-RETENTION OR INCONTINENCE OF
When a man is found on the highway r.vcry: description of goods: entrusted to me fur sale and offers a safe and easy method providing a handsome endowment fur tl e future of parents children friend, URiNE IRRITA1'ION.INFLAMAl'ION, .
of silk, as that of any country, in Missouri with two bullet-holes will l I"e d-uosed! of it METALLIC CASE, or the t'epositor' individually. Sftcinldeposits, not to be withdrawn/ ten ).ean..m entitle the depositor to OR ULCERATION: OF THE

se'era1'arieties of the mulberry being a certificate fur efaui/t the amount /tuck drfoiits. payable in ten years in favor of any person designated.LOANS. .-.
I in his head} the verdict of the coro- BEST FIGURE POSSIBLEto AND .-All moneys received on deposit shall be invested in first mortgages on. real and personal property in
.indigcnous in our soilmd those generally : ners's is that looks WOOD COFFINS this State of at least double the value or in other ample collateral securities. BLADDER AND KIDNEYS
jury like shooting REAL f:5TATB.-Thi will the and sale of real the ,
used in the native: country of die owner, and prompt and accurate returns made. corporation act as trustees sor purchase estate or rentingand
.. but may have been suicide." management estates and property generally.
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the silk-worm succeed equally well PALMETTO BLOCK, JAMES H. PAINE SAM'L: SPEARING. JONATHAN C. GREELEY SFERMATORRIICEA,

in our soil and climate. The first The gnnge n Indiana numbers President. Vice-President. Treasurer
5-27-W3m:: Jaclsonvil'e.\! Fla.
step towards the production) of silk is 100,000 members) and in the past has Sea-side villa sites for sale on Fort George Island. The finest sea bithing cool sea breezes, magnificent Leucorrhcea or White;. Diseases of the Prostrate
: 1VKRY SALE AND FEED STALLES drives over fi'tccn miles in rxtent ; grand avenues palmetto cedar oak. magnolia. myrtle.! &c.. &c. Gland Stone in tha
BUdder Colculu! .Gravel Eric!,
of suitable food for saved roooooo to them in the or -
to secure a supply $ -
purchase L Jail and See the photographic views at the Florida havings Bank and Real Estate Exchange.on Ocean street. dust Deposit and Mucus or Milky Discharge
the silk-worms. All the varieties in- of goods and implements. State county and city scrip bought and sold at the FLORIDA SAVINGS B NK,
7.8.18.tf Ocean near Forsyth street.

trodiued into this country having ---- --- OF ALL SIZES AND QUALITIES.LADIES' .
been tried, it is found the Morns Mul- GENERAL DIRECTORY.8T --- KEARNEV.SEXTRACT

ticalus: and the Canton vareties! :all EMBALMING DOXE AND WHEN GENTLEMEN'S){I.I.UIREIJ.: ROBES. J. C. L'ENGLE, DRUGGIST, .

considered, are the most desirable for OO\'l'nlor-f. L. 8TCAKXS.Hutriintit ALSO, BUCHUPermanently

I that purpose. fi.'CINar.f' ODVI"'hh'-S r ,or-B 1'fc..t.IX. MARBLE AND MARBLEIZED JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDATOBACCO -

PROPAGATION Oc lllli MULBERRY. C.'tn|truU'T: -U. A. COWU1LI.. SLATE MANTELS. .. cures ..il Diseases of theHLADDER.
Trwmitr-! II. J'lli.ItA'OIft"
Almost soil that is high and ) nivalWU.: A. COOKK.: SLATE HEARTHS, &c.,
KIDNEYS. AND DROPSI.
any
C' I r: Ia i ul I.niidi ai-d limii!:iMtU.n-). EAOAY.hutiuutrndtnt The beat and moot stylish livery teams in the city MANUFACTURED TO ORDER
.dry and that will nurture Indian corn, ol I'uMiclimtruni, -J. C. OIBBS.Malt. 3111 bo. (f;.uud" at the Stable ofihe undersigned near the CAL SWELLINGS,
is suitable fcr the that tiifc-mofl,; '-M. II. ALUEIUJEU.SCF1EME ,; Florida Home coniT ol Cedar and I'orsyth Streets. AND FOR SALE BY .
mulberry ; Horses boarded and well cared for on reasonable
COC11T.CJiUf CALVIN OAK Existing in men,women and children
however, which is inclined to be lightor terms. ,
Jii i'-c-E. M. KAND'LL. Strut g teams for hauling purposes always on }Ialld.W.II.AVERY.. Forsyth Street,between Laura and Hogans
sandy is the best. The Morus .\roII CMtf Jllotiu.*-J.: J> MESH,; OTf, tW: I.IQ") Jackwiiville.! Florida. NO MATTER WHAT THE AGE!
1..11.: VAX VAl.IvEXtiUU.ClerkLYMAN : .
Multicalus may be propagated by cut- : li. IXOTKlt.oiucrir : Jacksonville, Fla.. May P. J874. tf

tings or \payers, or even from the seed, COITKT.1st 1.1\.1| ETA L L I.CBURIAL, Prof. Steel says: "One bottle of Kearn.-jV Fluid

Cuttings may be of one or more buds Julicial.. CircuitW.: W. VAN NESS! Pencacola.II C A R El. i Extract Buchu" is worth more than all other Buchus
:! 1'. W. WlimiQj; CASES combined.
planted perpendicularly in a light, 2.1.' Win KVMIX, Live ()uk. On and after the first of NovemberSELEC' ,

mellow bed of good !soil. They (.h.;>.' K. li.AKClIIUAL.il j I. JuLk..onvtl WOOD COFFINSCASKETS. Dollars.Price One Dollar per Bottle. or Six Bottles. for five
PRIVATE BOARDcan
should be planted when the Spring has 6th JudiJiJ Clrcult-J. II. (iOO.
fully opened or about the usual time Mil h ".. .. T.MAUBhK.Timn\ : *. .: be had in the family of Colonel A. M. JONES. '-'- DEPOT. 104. DUANE ST.. NEW YORK.A .
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;14. J. W. l'IUCK.I.tal1i"lJ.::. Murdoch liouse" Forsyth fctreu, between Liberty
of planting: cprn. They may be and WL hingt.n. Physician in attendance to answer correspondenceand

planted in row's about twelve inches DUVAL COU.NTV.Cmn.ty DAY HOARDERS give advice: gratis.

apart and the rows of a suflicient dis. Ja.'ce-Vr. A. Mcl.KAX. atisfactorlly: accommodated.
Cll'rk..t ('oi-()>OAK I IIAUT.niffJiiSeril ANT) 43 SEXD STAMP: FOR rAMFHLCTS. FEZE.3
tance to admit of a thorough cultivation : II. UUKKKK.Male : Fcr further information A. apply M. JONES at this: ,office at residence.KEFCITNCCS or to .- --5
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SolicitorT J\ MiKO.NXKLI:
with the 1ow. The '
) ground C"u..h Hoimtor-CIIAS H. MJMMEKE.Tmuiiri < :
1 AV. 8WAIM.AciorJ ROSS' MARnr. -FROi11': BLOCK. NEARLY
should be kept mellow until past mid- r-J.. O.GREKLKV.Collector : Mayor J. C. Grecley, Fleming & Daniel D. G. OPPOSITE OLD STAND, TO TilE
i iTo \inl.icr J. II. l'.null.: C. L. Ruliauun.Jadt.n'wifr. .
summer. 1'ETLH J'iXKS.8un .
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1!*.. October 28. 1871. tf Bay Street, Jacksonville Fla. CIGARS
>lintct.dctt ('I PIt; b-olH-C. F. M \\THEY.Aucliomirs .
orchaid} the
plant a mulberry
: -J. L. Uurch J. C. Ilt'inming M. A. E. \V ASGA TE.FOR NERVOUS AND DEBILITATED
ground should be thoroughly prepared Dz-a; )nul-i. .. A. UUESING: '

as if for corn or cotton. It should then K J\ot..r'l'uhica-J..lm&; .lb, C. r.! l"opt'r. O.Cll.IIami-1..... M. tfi:F.minerV.II Knapn., T.O. Respectfully calls the attention of the citizens and merchants ST. AUGUSTINE. -PIPES AND d OF EOTII SEXES.NO .

be laid, off in rows each way, eight Jdrrf'>?, Ewin! IMp.ins, Win. !M L 'd frith. E M.Cherry to t e IWAU IFUI. SOAP he manufactures SNUFF CHARGE FOR ADVICE AND CONSULTA110N. -
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Thus !I. Maxcy J. W. fcfraim, II. tin ,
1 riper 11 is the best Washing, Iarbcr! and Toiict: Soap ever
feet by four. The trees one year old Jo.. 11. 1'urUc, C. CiHlm,fton, W. L. C..au. J. W. made. This Soap is put up in boxes cVlluillIu; lbs THE SCHOONER.Magnolia .
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from the nursery taken up, tops cutoff Wtiitmy.Ciiuii'V CMnnil i"Pcre-Mllpi( I'.ire E. Foituce, and 90 bars.Orders should. be addressed to AT WHOLESALE BY

near the rocts, and one plantedin II. 11. llmg. T. rt E-lln h. Jonp A. LUESING. Box DIe.1. B DYOTT graduate of Jefferson Medlca
JuMldtt of the I','* c-"'. '\ Rimption V,'. A. 721.S.IW Fla. College Philadelphia author several valuable works
each crowing of the rows ; i. e., tlllnimf ull. C }-'.TownM-nd.. llonrvC TiM>n. Jiimei"M. Jacksonville: L. 33. KNIGHT: & 0 '0. can be consulted on all diseases. of the Sexual ar Urin.

young trees should stand four feet Wi.ton. )t. I' t liuMMll. A. II. I'lilipaV.! f.. I Will make regular trips ary rgans. (which he has mode an especial study)
COlin, A liurn'm' Win. UoiJon, J. !"'. Kollius, J. ._ .L either; in male or female no matter from what cause originating -
apart one way and eight the other. W. Mci.ard.Kurvejor TIlE HEAVENS AND THE EARTH : rwJ:0konvIIte& or of how long standing. A practice of 30
Ch.". r Pmitb.Imi BAY STREET between Laura and Hogan years enables him to treat diseases with success. Cures
CULTIVATION. J. 1'r-c Jr. For freight or passage forward letter describing mptoms and enclosing
The mulberry' orchard should be l.niaW'O.. II. S Winon J. J.
M.IJ-R. rntith TRIBUNE EXTRA NO. stamp to pay postage
apply to W1LLSON & WIlITLOCK.I Jacksonville Florida.K
9, .
cultivated the J.l"lilbt'lfo J.ui-u LaLe, J II Biown.CITY ,
annually
ground being Fla.
Jacksonville, ,
(Now Ready) I 4.22"W3m Send for the CuiJt to 11,01,,. Price lOCo
kept light, mellow, -nd free from weeds; OF r.vCKSOXVILLU: coNrAflS SIX LECTURES: ON ASTRONOMY I Or to JAMES COSS,. \
until the middle of 5-f tf St. Augustie Fla.
The field
July. M }'or-l'E"fn JOXIS. EV B. J. DYOTT, M. D.,
should be divided into three AI.toruwnU.11I1I.t:1'l :\ E. W. IIF.XXA.I.. THEPUP
equal HL MLL.AV: WlJ.TlJol.UI.H Wd I M. bus r. :MR. RICHARD A. I'ROCTOR.I. N. MARR, T Physician and Surgeon 104 Duane St.N. Y.
parts and afler the second season from AVli K. 1. 1 YLt.1'JlSlJ.JUUII; ; JIU1T, .\. J.Iil.NTLY. TUB Sun. A are informed that 1 have just added to my stock a great variety of CLOTHING of ,
third each shouldbe /'I. H. IltJtthARl II. TUB SI':<'$ FAMILY op PLANEIS. SOLICITOR OF PATENTS the best manufacture together> with a new supply of FASHIONABLE: 1 KY GOODS. Latest
planting one year M."hkl-I Hun lT. EClerk III. OlMETS AND MEltOKS. style Broadway SILK HATS &c. The entire line of goods were purchased at panic prsccs, -
cut down near the ground. This -\\' H CIiI'UY.Trcuurtr : IV. 'I MB Moos. 1319 8th street, N. Washington, D. C. consequently the, PROSPECTUSOF
-t 11.\' }HI 11I.: nEIICJ.A..urt V. WoNur.HS OF ins STAR I>unns.YI. THE
will cause! a now, vig'rousgrowth and :. II. t'UIICJCoI'o'orI'IIILU' : .\M Himn AND GROWTH or IKE SOLAS SYSTEM. Patents procured for Fifty Dollars. No patent no R PLACE -
W..I.1'F.1telt'k pay. Write for information. 7-1 tf NEW YORK WEEKLY HERALD
an abundant crop of foliage. .-f :.I.rI.I'I-\\.t. OAltVIX.Cltj The Extra also contains lectures delivered at the Anderson where you can get: the best goods cheapest is at the store of the undersigned
School on 1'uifl.csc Island, but never before pub- '
FEEDING EXPERIMENTS. l'hirini-C. UltliW) :; ;i. .
isl.ed. HAS CHARMS TO JAMtS GORDON BENNETT,
S
Various plans have been proposedand JIASOXIC.Folomon : Dy PROF. LOUIS AGASSIZ. MUSIC U meet the wants of this community, I have made it an obje'ct to PROFRIETOU.

adopted for cocoonerics feed- .. I. FIRST LESSONS TO THE ANDCUSON< SCHOOL.
or I Hltrc No. 20-M. HOWCK, AV. M.; Clinn.Knot BUYonly
Sired
II. THE AKT or TBACHIKG. Croad.y and FInn
for the silk-worms of f&si; II. Kooiin.in| Tirm. Uguur! iiaejugs I
ing-sheds III. Buosto
TUB BKST
none Siruv.
,, mill 2d 1 2dVcJi. IHV. of o.irh nn.iilli. CLASSIPICATIO.N IN NAIVKAL HISTOKV. from those manufacturers: whose goods hate world-wide celebrity. My assortment ofN The WEEKLY HERALD is published every Saturdoty. -
which are without objection except IlutHl I !> V. CLACIAL HISTOKY OF THE CoNTiNENr. PRICE REDUCED. CLOTHING at cents per copy.
AVt'lwtirc I> Ji'U'-i, 1-1 -
: r. IIcnuiAi m't'tu'gllbl
perfect laboratory so constructed as .. VI. NOTABLE WoRUS ON VARIOUS ToilCS. :-
;
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antith.Jck .
to be able to hilly control the atmosphere ) 'Uk!: Ch ,'tcr X o. 12.: It A.M-J.S.Jn., The Proctor-Agassiz Extra takes the number and has no equal in this city,and 1 intend to sell at such rates that my store One Copy $2
M E.H.T ; :M !!>.....,tfcv ; I) JuMw.Oiurd. li:.gul f place in '1 Hn '1 KIIJUNE I.xlra: Strict of the "Credit IS Three Copies 5
I and temperature within. This, "- '"" however would be too expensive and -. HH C inmBiuU-rj >o :2J.! I-'. Driven& T. tli.it in the Library for One Dollar! ," unless otherwise TIlE BEST IN THE WORLD. AT Ten Cop ::!l. 15
C.; I'. c.: DnMSini'. Kwordcr. 'Jul.'r ml't'1ll1gA lEt rdcre-d.. Price postpaid to any address ih the United Postage 6e CentS (or three months.
much skill and unJ 4d! Tu..j ,' ,'li 111.nh. TilE GREAT SOUTHERN BAZAR of every size and price.: Rember, that at the store per copy
require too judgment : R o ft States, 10 cents; twenty copies to one address: '1.50. : known as Any larger number addressed to names of subscribers

for general adoption. Open shed-: M'VliitjiRni ,; OJ-TICtlt tta'Tbc Series of 14 I'KIBUNR Extras now published ;Ji each.
S ) Matn: -A J IliiK-Ul. Jar bonvI;,.. by mail tn any address in the United States for One ,. .5. BUCKY'S An extra copy will be sent to every dull often
feeding has been employed with some 11rJlld 11,Jill') LII.rtlr-lJ 0.Vilni T.JIMhai-sev. Dollar Circulars giving details of TUB 1 RIDUNE Extras Twenty copies to one address one year, 'lS. and
*. free. Address TUB TKJDL'NE. New-York. WILL LASl'.A.LIFETIME. any ;larger number at the same price.
1 IVrnnnd'ua.
success of late and for generaluse t'r. Ch..t.cI l ''AVanlt'U ii J.'I'J.iii. .
years, be clubs of
Two extra copies will !sent to twenty.
be the successful for Jr. Orunii \\'jor."uWI&Ji aKkvnul'c.; 9f Now is the time; to subscribe for TUB WEFKLY: S GREAT SOUTHERN DAZAR. BAY STREET, JACKSONVILLE, FLA., you can find 1'bese rates make tie: WESKLY HERALD the cheapest -
may more irand! !>.ur..r-lJ. I< O.)kloy. M'>utio.-lii>. TKIUUNE. Single copies one year fa: '1 hirty Copies: all kind ot goods cheap for cash. publication: in the country.
family e5tah1i hmcnts. The sheds iralK t'tff..I.-11) C l.iirkitisGrand .I..tJ.-lII\'iII. ; to one address. 51 each, and extra copy to the I guu.r-up) V4tf J. D. BLCKY. Terms cash in advance. Moi.ey sent by mail will be S
CII/&Jblll-It.\ J" n l'iiny.Otiuia of the club. :Specimen: copies frees
may be cheaply made, say from six to T>'ltr -Iu\td Joiuf. J..t.J..D\.iII AdJrcss 'J liB TKICUNE. New-York at A the generous risk of the portion sender.of the WEEKLT HERALD will be

eight feet high with a roof of shinglesor D'RlI'IUr); : MiTOIY' QKANI M \ TKI."I.10t ?. 3s5,9 00 SAVE MONEY SAVE TIME TAKE COMFORT/ appropriated to Agriculture: Horticulture Floriculture
I tHUd-V. U. AMriinau.\ 1irieiia.'
of domestic animals.
Pomology and the
boards, the roof projecting over 2 t .. -- ; Hrf\,
the side two or three icet. There :31 II. II T..))iir, LiveO"li. OF TUB CELEBRATEDSHONINGER Markets
4lh.' J. ij, rz1r.Ick.iviUe.5ta \ WE TWO BRAINS! The aim will be to make the WEEKLY HERALD superior -
should\ be sonic partitions .. W. >l. Ixji-p.O-.U. other and -
temporary to any agricultural family newspaper. .
Dr. C. E.:: Brown quU'd.
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tlh" Z. 11. M "'< !>. Un.u,1Sl'l: ng. the
to the ends and sides of the shed, 71h" Fmiik flrNsvIa 1'111&11>11'- ORGANS PORT ROYAL R. R.NOTICE in ct. of WEEKLY &AL will contain
ALCOHOL A POISON! .
IS
'j cheap canvas would! probably be as $WJ'A1'JlJn'\1t,; \ OF) IlASllCHAltTJitIt.A..M.: a select story and the latest and most important news
... Dr. Wm. A. Hammond. from all th* to the hour
(JrauJ Jlluli 1'ii ty. Jts.Jag4.uitit.; \ '. by telegraph parts 0 wr u
inexpensive as any, and might be lK quCf| Ur_uJ Ili imI li Tiiihl-J.f. 1'iitt; Jutkson- IN DAILY USE. of publication.During .
placed on idlers and so arranged by Mile.K'l'l, TIm,POET LONGFELLOW.: -+ ; Im:.'.'.;!:..- ...$'''-':';,'$3 the session Congress the WEEKLY HERALD
?-Jl. <>. AU<'rrn u. !MxrL.nna. James T. F"1t.1ds. wi contain a sumirary of the proceedings and the bt-
weights and pulleys: that it could be Untl.d ......tH-II. tI. ,\'jkioII! ritl.'tii-..... \ '!J 4 _' ...;1 news by telegraph from Washington,Political.Religious
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raised and lowered at pleasue. The Ur..4 'l'rell"LI'tIW. A. Young! JaeI.IUII\.m. U. S. SURVEY OF. THE WEST.; S '.; '. TO TRAVELLERS. Fabonble Artistic, Literary and Spnn
The best musical Ulent of the recommendthese Int NoticesVarietics. .
country ; Obituary
( IJ1 H'.I.MAVH. Under Ueut. G. M. Wheeler.
(With Map ) "
width of the l sheds should be governedby 1'0. I-Win. II. Cook, X.O. 8. M. Editorial Articles on the prominent topics of the day
F bri> a IfJgc ; Organs. The nicest and best. More for your a review of the Cattle and Dry Goods Markets, Financial -
the size of the feeding trays used. TIK k"r. It. h. Kcular: ineetir.r. <\iry 'J'ueixl.iy TilE HORSE IN AMERICA. and intelligence and of im
Iii.1.1.. money, and gives belter satisfaction, than any other Cmmeri account
(Illuslratdd.) Discioerits ly Prof. O. C. MarshSAFETY interesting events of the week.
The most convenient width would TF.MIEJJAXCK: SOCIEriltK.Ituval I portant
Dhi.. on Xo. 1-llt-nry K,,tir, X P.; OKV. >. now made. They comprise; the a The HERALQ employs no agents in the country nor
be from eighteen to twenty feet. AT SEA. make Close Connection in distant cities: to canvass lor subscribers,,as none areneesr.
\ FrUfr. 11. 8. ]JUxular umtiiif.viry' 'r ul"4a Passengers
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:. Illustrated! ) Iron steamers that will not sink. i Any pretending to be an ag<.nt
( person
Where it is designed to on an ) 1.I"ht..t (' 'OO Tt'I"I'| "" Hull, 1OCg.g ¬I..Igel..itii.h Eureka Concerto Orchestra and Grand's.Illustrated HERALD should be treated a common
carry as
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IXK! Uoud .ft.IIII.I..lo.ln.F.W"rtl. jib
: {col These interesting Lecture and Letters. w a care. the
extensive business a building should I W. C. 1'; tI. A. IVui-inj;. W. It 8. Mmi .-\- ul report: of the important Papers read at the April .. VIA TUB swindler. The is safe club and system cheap.has abolished agency
AVeUnctdiy)' evdiinfr m lloo/n IMi.: (3d floor). meeting ol the National Acadeny ofScier.ces at Wash system. I
be constructed expressly for the purpose. lf<*Cut- l#txUeXi< 2,1 ".o. i'..;) ington, and at the May meeting of the American Oriental The price of subscription whenever practicable
) It should be on an elevated situ- -11. H. AViUu-r AV.O T.; C. M. Jones W. K.8 !Society at Boston: are published in full in THE SAVANNAH & CHARLESTON should be transmitted by Post O.fice Orders. I U the
Mect ,y.ry tvmtne at Grove llul, netr thu (bet TRiBUNE LX1RA 1\0.19. Price in sheet form to Catalogues] sent hy mail postpaid to any safes mode of transmitting money by mail.
ation, convenient to the mulberry I 10114 trlJg cents: in pamphlet to cenif.or seven fur f i. At Post Offices: in the country where Post Office
orchard. There should bel cellar. FIRE UEl>.1ItT)1K-T. Circulars, giving. full detail of the co lent of all address upon application to AND Orders cannot be obtained,money may be remittedin
: Cl.te1 Krginc-J.IIIM 1L II!cry.Ut THE TRIBUNE EXTRAS. free by maiL Registered Letters. ,
under the building. Any material A .i.utit Joseph Marl 'ck. Advertisements, to a limited number,wUI be. inserted
B. SIIONINGER & CO.
St.am Ftre Engine Meutiai.iv'*-TlioiL J. Mott, Fore- TIlE WEEKLY TRIBUNE in the WEEKLY HEAL. .
commonly used for building RAILROADFor four a copj. Annual
4 purposes tnitn.Xina PORT ROYAL Price: of DAILY cet
l( may be employed: if of wood it should M<..in lift Eoiin,-AVUi.iin! Bay, FortmanAUrt The Farmer's favorite Paper, New Haven Conn. subscription price,Ji ,always advance
Ho1 Xo. 1 O. C. TandiTiirltf Furtmiau.
letters the"NEW Y HEEALD -
Write the address on to
_ be weatherboarded and I>lasterd. The I'lusnix HOM Xo.and 2-A.taddrr J. Kuie Co.A.,Forrm' ..n.Wilson until Jan. I. 1875 for |. finest Pictures ever taken In Florida can now Augusta! Atlanta, Chattanooga: .Memphis, Nashville Louisville, Cincin- .in a bold and legible hand and give ORI name of

building should be twenty or twenty- 'ht'lllua Foirwnnu.: Hook Address THE TRIBUNE.New York. TilE had at WOOD & BICKLE'S Gallery.; nati, St. Louis, Chicago, and all points Noruv South,: Last and West. each subscriber, o Pot Office. County and State 5
___ __ will
u plainly that no mailing papers b lab
eight feet in width, the former admitting BANKS.Frwdmau' ers .
) faying'* lUtik. lorntr of I'iae and or.
-w-- of two, the latter of three double Fomth utreeU oJ. W. M.aim, Carhlcr.i 1. ,A. O. HUSSEY. JNO. W. HOWELL.

ungcs of hurdles or trays of Iuit-I 3:a&.1'ta.W..r O. Amlilt-r1. lJlU.kiDllluUllUo 1M7 atroet, T. U. TRAIN LEAVES DAILY: AT, 9.30 A. ,M.. OF PRACTICE AND

- g able size. The length suited to the' K. W. Denny, Hanking lloate. Buy Itrt'et,cornercfOoean. .. RULES lLOUNT'S

IiI extent of the business de inged. It S HUSSEY & HOWELL' CODE
UOTEI.B. PASSENGERS HOLDING TICKETS BY OTHER LINES CAN. GET THEM The FLORIDIAK at Tallahassee las jut
i1 should be two stories high and so situated OianJ Xat lonal. Bay.tnt, Hear' Julia, Quo. lieI EXCHANGED (thereby avoiding delay: in Savannah) AT printed a small ofc. Rules of Practice adoptedby
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
Oinw, the Supreme Court together with the act of 'ia
as to be thoroughly ventilated. !' ).rupriotor.Xcwnun .trout near B'y, J. B.Togii repealing the Code of Proceedure. and ftin txt.

I .1 There should be double'doors at each l.rol'rlillor. -.5 Eloum's Code. (act of 1.861) now in t, a f pamphlet
o.Ii1Jl llouac, Oo...un street, near Bay, Mrs. O. L BOOTS SHOES : BREN'S TICKET OFFICE form.
cud and doors windows and ventila- Iulhtht4t. '-
>I.ri"tn'II'1o '
tfcft
side. l'lOnl& Hi int>, corner Fornyth and Cedar vlrvcti, ., The compilation wOI prove very c8enie' o
each The windows
L' ton at W. K. !block well, Miiaior.FKUKUAL. LEATHER & FINDINGS. : 21 BULL STREET, SAVANNAH, GA. profession. Price.Two Lohhars.. DYKE & sohCIc.
should extend to near the top of the Address

I l ," rooms and should be provided with OFFICERS.Coliclor S.i9SW4t Tallahassee-! ::., ,
.' : : of CunU.iiin J. II. 8OOTT.put .
''f shades so that the rays of the sun can l>.- ) Colleen\ 'r-C. W lil.KAV. A complete assortment of New York and Philadelphia fine STRICTLY RELIABLE INFORMATION FURNISIIED.., CORN AND OATS.

,i 'ti be excluded. Ventilators should! be I.jNlItors/ fCuwUIn uiauiNS. _

I i made in the floor so that air may be CXilwe'or.tm.ter-E.luterMu M C1IEXKY.W.vesiue-A. A. KXIQUT. Goods always on hand., DAILY PAPERS '>. Jut riv a lre stock prime NEW corn STORE ad eatsa

8irvror.Oe.r.1-3. W. OILlltKf.U Sole in Jacksonville for Samuel J Dunbar:; & Co.'s f. '. W.I.LUCS' Street near Laura.
iriadc: to freely through the floor .. agents By
i pass 8.O TUOS.1UMURUAY. FREfi'TO Boston
j "ugiT- i From.the'follow cities on file day EVERYBODY! : ,
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>> ng every .
Iron one room to :another if found U. 8. CIRCUIT counr. Misses'and t hildren's Fine Shoes. ; ; ; .
Ju-'ge-FUIL1i'FRS1O. .. -.... -New.York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, San Francisco?, Chicago,., 2 'I.. Pee shirts,to nice,at Buclty. ...
( necc.' .ny. Indeed the house should' AUOIQ..t-.J B.C. DhKW." ,. :/.".Gods-sen by mail: o'r express to all parts of the:State.! ; ;;;H\ 5 \; S ,\ ...,, L: St. Louis, Cincinnati, and many others. .., --, ..** \ -
be constructed that during warm M.r.hahM.CONATT.fri' ': .. 5 H7: -" ,' : lCK
to .*" ** ..Ii'U. '.. "'?, ; I..: \ "*' *"' : : 'i. ; PoriRyatRiI4ad. REMBRANT PICURE; WOOP c
(Jar* .the .rootr.t: can be' kept at the Herk-J.. H. Itrglrtr!B.TOWXSEXP., :In Bankrui-ter-F. FRASEIl. ; Bay Street, near 'Laura, Jacksonville, I .Quick; Time and Sure 'Connections via the : ,
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