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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 29, 1874
Frequency: semiweekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in Apr. 1874; ceased in 1875?
General Note: "Wise men accept the inevitable, but strive to shape the future."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 33 (July 15, 1874).
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VOL. I. ,
JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA. ,
WEiNF.5DAYMORNIN<:;, JULY .
ag. 1874. NO 37.. ::. _
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: THE NEW 'SOUTH. them at sight from those of the'citron the races-which"they have betn givenbydiffererittiters titrutmedica'tMiFaMmo-tJI"-" .
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-' or lemon.; The flower,' constantly i i'' but, is riot Very floren-, vested in the ice business on the'! Ken- PROFESSIONAL CARDS, Ac. GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS.' 'If.
tinuafixciupa'vo, tortice :
PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY odorato etgratissimo.
AND nebec River
SATURDAY. hermaphrodite' has five petals, and difficult to recognize that these'names : )J} equals 'in dollars the .

TERMS SUBSCRIPTION- distinguishes itself from those or the have been imagined cxPcssthchy. The second wiitt'preserve their number of tons siored' as '|. per' ton l-1 F, COLCORD, I MPORTANT. EVERYBODY.
: name
covers the of .
1 SiMl-M'kUCLT mall subscribers h.o per innum. citron and lemon by its whiteness. and brids which occur every day in, our of poncires, !lime*,.and of l lumies we cost the houses for storing -" -
J and the
Trill Five be or KIlt more to every copies club(3.00 of lea rack received;: and at a.one extra II me.WUItL1' copy. its pleasant odor., The ,stamens. :, to gardens, and that'should not be called will .only have: the'trouble of placing Add to this the.exPense value of of harvesting; __ Successor to J.,H..,CroweD. ( 1fyo.iw4agsnu1oeanIc1s. te IN way of Cigai*

mall the number of twenty, are divided ,in by names received, because these are the different'varieties shrinkage and fcc ,,. "'.", '
subscribers fa per annum. Tencopies : :by the side of the cost ofshipping Coraer Bay and Ocean stratta. wu-.Uq.asr *go te> t':, < *-* .- ._
Ics, ''.each.7S each; Twenty copies '1.60; Fifty cop. several groups, and sustain an oblong only proper for species and. -their the species belongs'to which dom net profit of, from to market and a J.:B..TGNtt"ff: ;; *
f 1.40
anther, of which the pollen is a deep varieties. inates in the mixture, 'and to wjiich remains too to 200.per- cent Highest cash price paid lor Hides, Skins, Pun > ::,/ : "
ADVERTISING RATES: yellow. The fruit is 'spherical and Ferraris Wu *c. 78swiy -, :"' :-4 1
appears to designate under it would inclines: ------ ,
SEMI-WCIKLV Ji oo per inch,or lest,first Insertion: sometimes flattened at the its the of limes -,;, '
poles; names nippled fruit, belonging After thfs method N. BETTES -
each subsequent insertion. 50 cent*. ; we shall now Keep Ammonia ia: the House. J .' If you wish to take recreation la a good game .f
rind is thin or thick, according to the l to the orange and the lemon, divide the familrTa '. ,... '
WII<LYII.a 5 per Inch or lev,first insertion: each No housekeeper'should be withouta Billiards,go to J.B.TOGNfS Salons Bay str..Cf;
subsequent inneniun. 75 cents.JjtaMKftiftt : species ; the -interior part is white, and under the name of unties, hybrids: Continued. bottle of PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. '
spirits of y ":
ammonia
for besides
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.*o cent: per line, filamentous and' faded ; the exterioris of great round fruit whithathick. yel .. S its medical,value,-it is invaluable Jacksonville.Fla.Omcx .. '::0:::
Tutus CAsK thin, colored of a, golden yellow, low/rind'and' a sour:and thin HOOKS From I .' ..
: in ADVANCE. very The Ice-field of Maine. for household! It is 8 tin 9 1.111.and i*tfll ,m.
Address ADAMS,CARRUTH &: CO., and is composed of a quantity of vesicles pulp ; but in the application, he 'does -" useful purposes. nearly OFFICE AMD RniDrocB. -Comcr Ocean and Monroe Imported BBSS'Ak oo draught. Call CMC h at jsTOGNI'S
as and
as its
: A COMPLETE RESUME OF THE ICE BUSINESS soap, cheapness streets. -
lacksonville. Florida. which contain an .essential oil, not always follow his principle; for within 6yni -[.: ,at the Metropolitan BUUard SalooevJOHN ...' ,
brings reach
ON 'THBjpKEN'NEBEC it. of all. Put ...,
extremely the sections-to instance he ,RrVERr-: ateaspoonful : '!- agreeable: puts amongst the limes, ,
HALF MILLION of ammonia to AER & MARKENS 3.-
TREATISE ON THE CITRUS. the number of nine, which constitute sweet lemons, as well as lemonsjwithorange" A DOLLARS INVESTED a quartof B I
the M tt.J.: oril M.u o"To 'arm soap-suds,dip in! a flannelctoihran3"wipe : .ClARK .: ,;; \ ,; I
greater! portion orthisTfruitiJare': pulpT'an'dlfierTiliving\ ranged .' __.... ; _...." .
STRICTLTrWHOLESALE ... '
200 PER CENT. off"IhVdustaFd"flyspecks ... ,
The following articles: on the Citrus are copied from in CERSJACKSONVILLE. ., 't"
enveloped .
a diaphanous pellicle the lumies Adam's -
Ova HOME JOURNAL AKU RURAL kNTHLA)DofNew amongst apple and see for yourself how much J .
Orleans fur hick journal they were translated from which is readily detached from the (forbidden fruit, translated,) under the Whatever else Maine-ran or cannot FLA. .FORWARDING: .
tabor it will .
the French of GB save. No :
K.E G LLB."IO. We commend theJOURNAL successfulfy raiseher climate scrubbing will
as Intrinsically\ valuable and specially adapted rind, lo which it is attached only by name of lumia valentina, and other isadmir- ,needful. It will cleanse and ,49-Gocds at Savannah and Charleston prices. LaD -4
to Southern needs. the white and cottony membrane, hybrids of different forms, and citron ably adapted to the annual 'production brighten 4S9-3m .
which forms the of a never failing icecrop. With Fahrenheit silver! wonderfully ; to a pint of COMMISSION MERCHANT .
internal rind ; the rinds, such as the lumia ul'llt. aspectu, -
CHAPTER II. pulp which they inclose is formed bya he describes under the names of limes, gone crazy, while' his'instrument su s.mixa'teaspoonfut of the spirits, TVJORTQN. & KOOKER, .SXDDW.Iaza *. _
Table of the Genus Citras arranged according to thr of torture is the dip'in'your silver spoons, forks, etc., .
New'Theory of Vegetable Reproduction.AITICLS quantity oblong vesicles of a yellow orange-lemons, of which many approach of interest fascinating focus rub with a brush and polish.with cha REAL ESTATE DEAl EkS, corner Ocean: and Bay ROCERIi::), PROVISIONS., GRAIN.. .
for
I. color, filled with a refreshing and and confound themselves'with millions ,of sweltering streeu,Jacksonville.Florida' I
THE CITRON. .sweet juice, and they contain his lumies such the lima human beings, it 'may seem, a, trifle mois skin. Money loaned on Real'Estate security. General HAYt SECARS. ftc. -
oblong, as duleis, For Life and fire Insurance Agents and dealers in Pine ." .
mirrors
washing and
The citron is an arborescent plant cartilaginous, yellow seed. which he puts i in the same class as the cool to invite, their: fevered brains to itis windows Land, Plantations,&C. Springfield suburb a.peclai". Sole Agents for Florida for (
; the atmosphere of.ice.house very desirable ; put a few drops Correspondence solicited. 3 agswtf '.
while Averiil's Chemical Paint,sad
it docs bend dtrus aurantium or the cedrat "of .
not
as an espalier, like THE BIGARADIER. i ammonia on a piece of andit .,

the 'lemon ; it does not erect itself The bitter orange or Bigaradicr, I China, which he announces the name from frigidly an improvised discussingthe' ice business will readily take off every paper spot or JB.C.DREW, .. White's Patent Money rApt Dn....
seat on a comfort-
like the its branches short of lima citrata scabiosa et tnonstrosa.F. for .
orange ; smaller in than the mark the <
grows hight sweet able cake of this finger on glass. It will ,take .
and stiff; its leaves, at first violet, af orange, its leaf has the heart shaped pp. 332, 337 et 339. He also confounds modity. cobbler-cooling com out grease spots from every fabric; put j ATTORNEY AND STIAMIX LIZZIE BAKER. ,,

wards green are alternate, simple, petiole more pronounced ; its flower the same races of fruits with Frederick .Tudor.of,Boston 'on the ammonia nearly clear, lay COUNSELLOR.AT-IJUV VOLUSIAl -

oblong, serrated, or toothed, and has infinitely more aroma, and is preferred the lemon-cedrat and the poncires the dealer his initial "was blotting paper over the place and Office In the new Freedman a Bank Buildingcornet Aim" .: .
strown thickly with an of which heregardsas two distinct species pioneer opera Pine and Forayih Streets,Jacksonville Fla.
infinity for perfumes and scented essences press a hot flat iron on it for few ..
tions in the shipping a I. AMUMWS.. .. .. '
way beginning I. c.Da." Van Brunt&: Bro' Line Sailing Packet; .
small points which are so many vesicles ; its fruit is rather rough and although they are only synonyms for as far back as the second orthird decadeof moments. A few drops of water will I-IY ,
'
which contain the aroma the redder and the the same hybrids.Volcamerius clean laces FROM NEW YORK ., .;,
; : vesicles which the external the Since and whiten them as well; .
then this
petioles are naked, and are a contina. rind contains have a stronger seems at first to deter- trade has present century.increased also muslins. Then it is a most refreshing J. M. & H.J. BAKER. tW36>ie* eBaJ'Street,Jackionv: .Florida. .
steadily until the .
tion of the central vein of the leaf termine very exactly the ideas attachedto
: which exhibits '
also
aroma, the bitter- ice-field of the Kennebec River 'has agent at 'the toilet/table ; a A TTORNEYS-A T-LA.
the sprout is large, conical, furnished ness of the interior rind and of the these names ; but afterwards misled become a source of to'the few drops in a basin of water will ,-
.
with a solitary thorn ; it pushes nearly parenchyma, which encloses the sec by the innumerable gradations whichare shrewd corporations large and revenue make a better bath than pure 'water, Orncm: Reeds Building F.AIRBANKS _

throughout:; the year ; flowers in bou tions. Itsjuice is sour and contracts to be found in these combinations tors by whom it.is operated and specula. and if the skin is oily, it will remove '-.' Jacksonville,Florida. DahLia IN .' '1: .
each born by a ptdittl which is and not having any certain system to practically all "
quets bitterness from the and
some pellicle which monopolized. Gardiner six glossiness disagreeable odors. JAMBS M.'''It... RISTON J.SAKI*. GROCERIES AND P.ROVISIONS-
placed upon a peduncle, sometimes forms the vesicles wherein it is con. !! guide him in the these variations. he miles below the of the State, Added to a foot bath it entirely absorbsall *.

axillary, but regularly terminal, and tained. wanders far from his own principles !and an capital and noxious smell!! so often arising from B. BEEBE, BAY STREET JACKSONVILLE FLA
in the aoolicatioa of them. He important thriving manufacturing H
defines
flowered. The
-
flowers
many partly THE CITRON. town is'the feet in warm weather, and nothing is -
limes headquarters of
hermaphrodite partly masculine or The citron is eaten only as a confection to be nippled fruit belong- the business on' the river. Here are I better cleaning the hair and for nailbrushes ARCHITECT. Always keeps on hand
ing to the and the lemon and
neuter, are formed of a motwphyllusquinquifidalcalyx ; the juice of its pulp is so small in lumies to be orange rounded fruit the 'officers and storage houses of a1 it is equally good. ROOM No.s,MASONIC BUILDING. HAY CORN OATS. BRAN. GROUND:

which contains the quantity, that it is not valued. It has (rotunditatelumiam majority of'the. companies of Put a teaspoonful of ammonia intone }FEED PEAS CHICKEN FEED ,; .
as out
corolla of which the Vole., p. 151) belonging to t tw3&-igawj3-io5 Jatkionrillt Florida.TT7M. PORK BAcON1
petals five in o pint of water and shake the brushes LARD
the of the lemon
but is less
properties thirty-seven, one is located in
the cedrat and the Augusta : h;:
SHOULDERS
number the base orange [
enlarged at are inserted acid and it has less perfume. Its rindis lima ycrrcumvidelicit nine in Richmond, and the balance through the water. When they .. & ARTHUR A. BIRNEY, HAMS, ". .

around ahvpogynous; i\\3n\\ ; theyare the part chiefly ujed: ; the essentialoil qua litnea instarpapillae mamola in Gardiner. The ice-houses of l look' white rinse them in water and FISH, FLOUR, ,

white inside, tinted with violet which it contains is in the exter- turget vero globus est nulla these .thirty-seven companies stretch put them in the sun-shine, or in a. ATTORNEYS ,. 1I0 IINY.MEALRICE. -
outside ; the stamens, to the numberof eminantiajugosus, Vole. p. 151 ;] but place to dry. The ,dirtiest brushes! HECKER'S FLOUR FARINA. ; y ;.
nal part, is naked in the salient vesicles along the river bank for a distance of .
have the insertion after having represented under the will i 4) STREET NO. BUTTER, CHEESE APPLES, ONWNS,
or
twenty thirty, same corns out of this bath white and 330.
which it dozen miles
the tuberosities and
give a ,, have total
a storage /
the name of lime, the lima dukis, which POTATOES SUGARS.SYRUPS.,.
corolla the :
as filaments clean. For edicafpu'rposesanimon-
; which distinguish it. This oil is often capacity. of 575,500 'tons. "Of l WASHINGTON CITY. MOLASSES COFFEES. -.: "
approach each other in is a true orange lemon, round, with a ia i is '
a cylinder, always unrivaled. For the headache <
-
from these the .
compressed the rind, and thin more important, with the TEAS, COCOA,
joined at the base, or very close, and with nippled rind, the leaf of the of it is a desirable stimulant, and H.A.rATTISOif.TpATTISON A.LlUla&:. SNUFF. 1
being mingled to make an capacity achisas follows
are poydelphia! ; the anther is yellow, elttosaccharum soluble sugar in water, and lemon, the flower of the orange, a :. frequent inhaling of its pungent odors & MEEK, OILS SOAPS,, 4
linear, and divided in the middle by sweetish and abundant pulp, he des- Tons. will often remove -'catarrh colds- STARCH?. TOBACCO,
a cut ; the pistil is composed of a good to give aroma to liquors. The scribes under the same name, the KniclerbocVer Ice Company N1ad1pM!* Iij.oo6! There Is no better -for heartburn 'WOODEN-WARE BUCKETS. '
remedy ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW.
internal part is agreeable to eat when .I L Chirvman. 35.000 I BASKETS, BROOMS. SPONGES TUBS
simple ovary, egg-shaped, surmountedwith roman lemon, la Kmaromana, p. 152 Dresden Ice: Company_. ,,-,,_-, ,.. u., 35.qoo and dyspepsia, and the aromatic ; .
its aroma is corrected by sugar ; itis Gardiner Ice .._ ... .... ...
a ityle, unique and fleshy. and delicious when.made into a confec- which is a citron-orange: with citron' Lincoln Ice Company.Compaujr...'--.- ..- 30,000 33,000 spirits 'of ammonia .is especially prepared Office.. ReQua's-, building. ,Jacksonville.'.. Fla ., C41NEDGOODSOFZVER'XINJ.S- : .- ':: \\ ,
with leaf'with the 'form and color of the W. W.Rusgcfl- .___ -- : : ; ;._ : -
a stigma simple and globular ; it tion 'id is thus used i in -- s&oool'A. for:, these troubles. Ten dropsof EVERYTHING 7
.
a commerce.THE J.S Banker&:Co : ___. T E. M. D. ; !
is covered with vicious and honey- orange, and a thick skin like the cit Ricn.Jr._-.-..-____ -__ 15,000 it in wine-glass of water are often ) JOHNSON ;:
like humor the fruit is LEMON. ron. He calls afterwards by the name De Win Aaye &: CO,.,.._.....?..._ *z.coo .1. INTEl :: ,1'
; capsular mul- 1 3. F; Page _....... a great relief. The spirits of ammonia HOMOEOPATHICPHYSICIAN ,.
ticular The lemon gives an essential oil full of limie, or limee, the apple of Adam -...- to.ooo FORAGE.GROCERY.AND PROVISION LINE.
Kennebec u.nd.nd Lumber
or many-celled ; it is formedof Company_ 18,000 i can be taken in the same way, butt AND SURGEON. ..
two rinds, of which the exterior is of aroma from its rtnd ; it however is [lima valentina, p. 148] the sweet Sagadahoc Kennebec Mutual Ice fVimp Ice.Company iiy. .;.__.______.. .17,000 zoooL. i is not as palatable. I I I SELL FOR. CASH '.?...: .

rough, yellowish, thin, and strown used chiefly for its agreeable: and acid orange-lemon [lumia galicac p. 150, a,] D. f' Af-__.. .-..I--J -_ 15/900 new Office building north next side block of Bay east Street National Dr.Hotel Robinson's sggtt "nAMD > .

with an infinity of globular vesicles, juice, that is very abundant, and and citron-lemons [limea longa, p. It was just previous to the war that PERFECTLY RECKLESS.-There was AT .' .r, : ., '

full of very aromatic essential oil, which serves to season vegetable and 150-] the ice business on the Kennebec assumed an o'd couple at the Central depot ANNO, THE LOWEST POSSIBLE FIGURES.. .

which is exhibited like a number of animal substances ; with sugared watera However, even in the midst of the importance} but 1870 was the yesterday.waiting to go through to w.R. M hautl.Lo en. Hotels,Boudr c House*.**dl .

little points or projections ; the interior very agreeable drink is made, whichis confusion which this lack of accord of firsryear in which notably large profits the West, and they seemed loving .ATTORNEY.AT-LAW, families are.invited to examine my goods and prices.. ,'. e

rind is thick, white, tender, fleshy, admirable in inflamatory or putrid principles with their application- i were realized. About 255.000 tons enough until the old man went out '> "

and forms the most considerable por- : fevers. It is the principle specific duces in the acceptations of these were harvested, and prices ranged and returned smoking a five cent Office in Reed' Block, Bay Street. THE HIGHEST CASH PRICES. ;,r' ,,.

tion of the fruit ; uuder this skin is a against scurvy, and the best antidote names among these authors, still they 1 from $4 to $12 a ton.1.. L. Cheese cigar,and with his hat slanting over 7ackvllfr,FhriIJ. fAID WOk*COVNT'1lY' ,PBOpUCE; OrALL KIND '

membrane or diaphanous pellicle \egetable poisons. It contains have both recognized without doubt, man, the "Ice King" of the_ river, his left ear. The wife looked at him 5tft. ::4. _

which envelops the pulpy part, and pure citric acid, fit for use by being the hybrids of the family of Agrumes, who has made more ,than any other twice beforeshe could recognize him, CALL & BASNETT, *, ; ,

which penetrating into the interior mixed with water only : it is drawn even though under different names. .' one.. in the business, is reported to and then opened her mouth and said : LAW, WILLSONVHITWCK., A.,W lson.: .. -

forms there the double enclosures or forth without preparation ; it furnishesto Est autem lima inter limonem et au have had a clear profit of from 'io-, II What'd I tell ye Philetus Remington ... '. .'. .., ; .
.
cells converging to its axis, which dyers the means of vivifying their rantium media std limoni proprior; is i ooo.to '200,000 in the single season before we left New Jersey? Didn't OFFIC* In Reed's Building up..tain.IT. MAURS IN ; ,.

divides the fruit into nine or ten sec red colors taken from vegetables and the definition which Ferraris makes' of 1870 while during the. same year ..1 say you'd go and make a fool of IACKSONVILL Fla GRAIN.-S. FLOUR' AND. FEED. ,*f.l' ,

lions: Tncse sections are fotysfervwus plants, chiefly the color of'the cartha- of the lime in his Hesperides, page Authur Berry' 'cleared 75,000 and yourself the first chance you got?" anulacturers( ,. S. ?

(many sud d.) They are filled mus [carlhanuslinctorius, Lin.] which 331. He is also precise in that of the N. V. Mitchell ,,''40,000, In 1873, He tried to pacify her by saying that C H. SUMMERS, ORN MEAL S IIOMINY, CRACKED :''; ,:4. -

with a t) ilj>y flesh, formed by a quan by this means becomes so brilliant in poncire, of which Ije says page 289 : 125,000tonsweresoldat from $i to the cigar.bnly cost five cents, but she SATTORNEYATLAW RYE MEAL. ,,. .

tity of ohlong vesicles, full of an acid silks ; it is used so by: the Chinese and PonzinumJtali vacant grandius limonis 'i 50 per ton, leaving, little or no shouted : You teased and (teased ; CORN GRMIAMJJ4FLOUR.CRACKEDWHEAT&c; ,-

juice. and containing cartilaginousseed East Indians ; these people also use! genies,fire globosum et in cibatu gratissimum. profit. The winter of 1873-74 was till I let, you git your boots blacked ; ALSO NOTARY PUBLIC AND COMMISSIONER ; !, ',.

In indeterminate numbers. the acid of lemon to dispose metals Galliponcerium, noc est p& unusually bad, and.for,this reason extraordinary then you wanted some soda water; U. S. CIRCUIT COURT ." S.ROLLSAWING & WOOD TURNING.ji:,- '.

for gilding, as in Europe it is done mum cereum a colore, sovie promumciireum exertions were made, and then you bought apples on the train, Office. Folk's building.L. ... v .r

THE LEMON. with aquafortis.. a.nonnulla somilitudine ,dppel as.the result about 450, ooAon were and here's 'another five cents thrown a TO, 'ORDER. -::1. .

its The lemon grows into a tree, but IDE ORANGE. lant. Volcamerius describes it in the stored. Quite a Jarge'percen tage of away It all .counts up, and if you p.,1.p.FLKUINO.PLJIJIIXG.' ,'J.1. D.uoaL) Wood .SawedSplit. and Delivered, .
pliant branches prefer to be trainedas same style : media inter aurantium et this was, of poor quality, aid prices don't die in the poor.house then my ,' .*.( -
an espalier ; its leaves ire The sweet orange is one of the most limonum & DANIEL, by Cord or Load.: ". ;
egg- poma incedit lumia have ranged from '1.50, early in the name hain't Sary 1 Detroit Free FLEMIr-G -
shaped, large toothed of clear delicious refreshments ; it is anti-scor ..-
; a yel Ferrarius "
lumia
nominal. Itale fere season, ,to $4 per ton, the market Press. Our Mill and What ... :
, lowish butic and valuable in billious ATTORN YS-A T.LA; 'V. I Ross. Block.Bay Street.opposite. :
borne very "
green ; they are upon a limeas appellare consuererunt acrumi- price at jhe present timefor ice of the "
petiole which is articulated at the maladies ; its rind has an essential oil hoc O.na.Reed',Block corner Ocean and Bay StreetsJacksonville JACKSONVILLE.*. ;4S l
nun genus, quod' auraniri'suppar best quality According: to various ,
,
.
MISCELLANEOUS., ,
Fla. 1; j
of its full of which loses its bitterness .
point -
union with the disk of the aroma, multas citreorum WlUOV. .
tamen nato refert, estimates from averaged statements 3-st-Il T. A. IS-K w A.WHITIOCK: ,"

leaf, and adorned with two salients at and biting qualities at maturity, Lide aurantii istius citraii origine etstirpe of bulls and ,bears there still remain i in /TELLONVILLE HOUSE _ _ _ _._ _ _-_. _-i:; _

the sides. Its sprouts. when they are whidi'makes it susceptible of being duis 'exme queereret aura ntfrz ice-houses. on the Kennebec River A A. KNIGHT. BANK. .:" .: It" '

still tender, are tinted with violet ; eaten. In fine varieties, it is extremelythin genus citro inserte dicerem, Vole. something,'over 100,000; tons: of ''iceunsold SAVINGS / tf&j 1

the flowers arc larger than those of the ; it is ,thicker in others, but the M7-7-1.. wi h' perhaps third 'as much .MELLONVILLE,ORANGE,COUNTY, FLA. ATTORNEY AT LAW,. ;THE.FREEDMAN'S" SAYINGS &TRUST COv.. '
-
, orange, but are rather smaller than white part instead being fleshy as in 'Their opinion doesnot differ from more in other, sections 'of"the Stat -- ,: : ...... -
those of the citron. the citron, is alwat'scottony, light and No.. a Hoegs Block,op stairs JACXSOimUJIUUUKH. .<1 V.rt '
They are partly that of all 'cuhivators'n"d ,botanists, During:the harvesting ot the crop on :'so-s-ty I.: I. HITE, Proprietor.. ; .' ; .
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hermaphrodite, and partly sterile ; tasteless ; the juice is sweet and extremely and may be readily'seen on glancingover tb: Kennebec River employment is ',.3-ajswly Jacksonville,Fla.C Deposits of any amount received from 'individual,1business .

the corolla has five petals, rose colored agreeable ; the sweet orangeis Cesalpin Camerarius, the two given about men 'at firms and socieoes, on which interest win; k' '
1,000 wages rang.ing'from' HOUSE '
without and white usualy,eaten in its natural .state / ROBINSON, allowed : ---.h
inside, fixed upon Manhius, Clusius and all the other i $1.50 to "$2.50 a day 'and ,RJPDELL : -- 'S ir '" ,

a five-cut calix, in the midst.of which THE BIGARADE. historians of plants, that it;is only hy during the shipping season something FERNANDINA, FLA. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW D.posits may be sea. by express In current- funds-. :; H';!.
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ip the hermaphrodites flowers, a pstil:: The bitter 'orange or tle. Bigarade, bids, that are meant, in Italy by.the nu re, than half that number of men or by..mail,la postal money. orders.and hank draft*.**:"" : '. .
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rises smaller than in the citron, sur cannot be eaten ; it is made in' confections name of poncire, or ponzini lime, ire employed at from '2 to '3 a day. SAMUEL RIDDELL. Proprietor.S Also, NOTARY. U, S.PUBLIC CIRCUIT.-and COURT.COMMISSIONER The" Bank- Is open, daily"from$.A..'", W- '*r.' 'M.ako. ';.>.,>,.",f'f. ..,,, ;**",-. -

mounted by a stigma, covered also which are very good ; its rind lutnie ,or lime, .in France under the The houses for storing are built at comparatively ,- Saturday evenings, for deposits anly, from 6tvS- ::" -

with a viscous humor, and surrounded has more aroma than other species, name of limes and poncires ; in Spain ,small expense,'from lumber 43-MagnIficenl" Sp'.endid! turf drive bathl of r.eighteen'mile. *oo the finest Office- :No.a Masonic Blork. '-a T o'clock. .?' frr4isy.w ..-. -

by from thirty to forty stamens, united and the essential oil hasalways a bit under. the name of limas, limoneras taken. directly! .from the Gardiner Atlantic beach. p\R.'S. M. TUCKER, J WSWAUI.Cuhlcro! >- :. -

in several groups, and supporting a terness and biting property which distinguishes limeras, toronjas, 'and itt Portugal, saw-mills, .another.large industry here, .. "Refreshing sea brees.. t .

yellow anther ; the fruit nearly ovoid it from the sweet orange ; under those of limas and zamboas. and that the walls,are lined with sawdust OFFICE : A SSIGNEES .SAIJ:. .. >

are nippled''(mamelonee at their sun)- and' bitter. is We will follow this 'OPEN. DURING THE Northwest corner of- Adams and Market Sts ALL .
mit ) juice is sour It upon roomeclature obtained from' the same source, SUMMER, By virtue of an order of the U.S. District Court f for
; the external rind is thin and I the table as'a seasoning for vegetableand and try to give it more.precision, we: of expense rather than.revenue.' The MCLAUGHLIN- the Nonhetn District of Florida. I will offer for sale to.
the highest .bidder, at.Gainesville before- the -CourV.
tinted of a clear very pale yellow; i animal substances and particularly we will call poncires those hybrids'of, process of: harvesting an interestingone BOARD: \. RICHARD ,. .house door on the 3ist day of July.inst.. between tha,

the internal rind is also thin, white for fish, which. its juicedimin- the lemon and cedrat ; limes .the hybrids ,' expeditiously performed under Per day, f -" |j.jo REAL ESTATE AGENT .I legal It being hours a part of sale oldie the Assets following of John described Haite 'Bankrupt.property.- '

: and coriaceous ; this first is formed ishes 'the tendency to putrifaction. of the' orange and the lemon : favorable 'circumstances ;'instance (orexampleth Per week from$3 to}".00 7adzQavilfr FLniiai. All Section'3.and the S W 3( of Section,4ToS. *

"t..' by a quantity of small vesicles con- But the chief part of the Bigaradier and lumies the'' hybrids of' the cedrat'' : storing :of 1,600: tons in ,SatUfactor/, arrangements- -made with amilict.' AU sorts of Real Estate bought and sold; Money invested. Raige Two aS Cotton E. Gins.Diyiclecllldcsircd." ... S '.\'

biDing an aroma that is and the .Taxes paid.Titles c..amlnfd.Ranxs Two Wagons, one Cart and -< very pene which is used, is the flower. It is the .or nge. nine,days by one'company: during the fine livery accommodations. .: .. .' .
; trating, and which evaporates rapidly most fragrant of all, and the scented We will subdivide these,three' races last season. The,;amount, of ice in Open after June lit under above terms. '6.6zm 'BY- *mmssiON G.to William Astor Esq.,, Terms of Sale Cash. Purchaser to pay for Deed:: 'j-. ,
New York Ex-Gov. '
*s soon as the fruit is dead-ripe. "Its waters and essences made from It are of1 hybrids into two classes. The first store is,estimated at' the rate of forty Lewis H. Redner, Philadelphia A. Curtla.: W.Bellefonte.Stokes Boyd Pa: Jacksonville,F1a.- .Ja" JCCREEL'fMaignee.loth.1874. ,-.. tda.'ALOUIS t

pulp is enclosed in nine or ten cells of superior to those made from the orange, is that of the hybrids which have preserved five feet to the ton, where the ice is :JV/TETROPOtiTAN/ HQTEL Hemy-1 Philadelphia ucker: : D.,Boston.G.Ambler......Banker. ,Jacbomr 3-aS-iy-pd Ie.Eta. I .

embrane, which forms the most con. citron or lemon. all the physiognomy of the solid compact Shrinkage stimat- EMILE MOURGEON.f-p p

.; waerablc portion of the fruit and re- We see here the table of'the' four principal species from which they separate ed"at, 5 per' cent: per! annum, and tri JACKSONVILLE: FLORIDA. R W. EARL, I ;*:>.rI
Stilts From Paris, France(lately Foreman of the Statea... i .
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V' from an infinity of oblong vesicles primitive species of Agrumes which only by very ,slight modifica- some of Jbc best' houses, where'the ice S PRACTICAL- Island Dyeing establishment,).. '. t ..

;'; whitish yellow, ,which contain arT divides, the numerous family of the tions which scarcely affect some parts remained, store,'for three years,. the Wffl remain open during Summer for the accommodation NEW DYEING AND SCOURDCG EST.t'BUSH-. ..1'.
:', >, sour, abundant and of the The travelling and citixens PAINTER AND PAPER HANGER.Having ML T. f
agreeable citrus into four branches. plants. second. that of shrinkage was five.feet in twenty-cight of the public pncr Dy. .. -
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Jn cc; the parenchyma,. or pellicle, Before beginning the description the hybrids, ,in. which mixture is so feet: The facilities for shipping cpald: decided: to reside here permanently will be La ICl'IIM! Gentlemen's Wearing App- iel. ', i

t Which coven these sections, is so ad. and the synonomy.of :derivatives, very pronounced, ,that theycannot be not be better than here, as the vesselsare Prices Greatly Reduced., glad to receive.. orders'from all requiring work done inhisline. Lace. Curtains LacSha'wIs.in4 I.>. .- L.t>

: bCfCnt to the rind that it cannot be fix the of confounded with ,with laden : at the ice-houses other fine febrics most carefully cleaned and dyed.*
: we must meaning many ) any variety or I .directly FO KSYT H STREET between Newnan and 1r. .! .
; thin parated without tearing it ; it is names whichhave been adopted by the primitive species We, will preserve ,. the cakes being hoisted out by horsepower RATtP1& .DAY $ -50 GRAINING.in the besttnanner.GLAZING, and KALSOMININC"done l ket streets.- 5- 6tfX,.... .

; diaphanous and 'without bitter botanists,;/cultivators and 'gardeners, name of species for the first class ; ,'Whence they: run down 'an inclined Orders*!left at Davis'ft: Drew's Furniture WatdM.u.cwf.U - -, .".. ..
week and SALE.
:;-: ness. to'designate divers races/of which the accompanied with 'an epithet' whi h plane tojhe:, dock x>f,the receiv and liberal terms hy the month. receive prompt, attention.. FO '. >>!j.: 't 1t.1. S

: THE ORANGE. traits have hot been fixed. We must indicates( modification: which distinguishes ing-ship, ,beingvcarefully weighed en TABLE'BOARD AT REDUCED RATES' REFERENCES. A House and Lot,beautifully located 1 la the City j -

:, The orange is more vigorous than examine what is meant by limes, lum. them; such are the citron of r route from the ice-house to the hold of S .t i -S. 'I.. BIIBCB. Esq.'and C. L Roanrjo' ,. Esq ,orJacbo YUJ.. 'The house I Is l255WSU fiahbcd.'aad!

} the CUron or lemon ; it forms a full its, limees, 'vponcires.. China, 'which. we will give the name the ship. Twenty,men can load 250 The patronage'of the public mpeolugy solicited. .' Jacksonville EtaSAIWEIJ .... -- rw.r.it'"- -:

: and< majestic tree ;., its leaves are ob.i It"is difficult, in truth, to" seize with of cedrat monstrousititrus mtdiea cedratftucta joniIn.! a day 'at 'a',total:cpst, of '75 > FAIRBANKS, fitted upwld& modern Improvement:Inquire\of nI7tf .; i

Ilpg! Pointed,. lightly toothed. and exactitude the idea which is attached maxima :aurantiato;. and:I 'cents a ton for loading.: Freight from 1. B.TOUNJ', Proprietor., "< ; ,. COAKJackioeifla.fla., .,

'., 'II w1 UIKed at the petiolc'; they are of aVery these denominations and. it is still the cedrat of, Florence to- which .we r Gardiner, to' New. :,York,;:is* 'I.JO-'to April. ijtS.1774. .-., 4J w3 ;, NOTARY; PUBLIC- FOR; DUVAL, COUNT,,'r : ," for FLORIDA' .VIEWS.

I deep, green, which distinguishes, more difficult. to'.CallQw.them.. into.' .all'., ,...i111eavc. the name' .cedrat of Florence'. .'.,. 'Y.zo' 'aton !:,The t total:.amount J ln-.| : :
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? : JULY4'29,74 I T'r-

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i'' :':: = t : ,,' ii he tcD ,QuestionJ 1 j RAILROADS AN6 aThAsst*$.
;; A'JEWZLL.JDUTa1 small lakes anot.ereeks in sections I
; THE. NEW SOUTH. he-chaotic: condition bf the 'country Alachua' JEWEL OP on. di\ ,

I \L r :-A? would soon be made to givo place to order Too late for of F. & A. M. lately presented to specified, which will, and must attract New South .-I read my frend'srply Examine Buckys assortnesrf(prim

7JS AbAMS.i ,_ and good government, to be follow- occupation in seasonable time when to "Slow Coaeh" yesterday and it .

; t, '. :."" i Gao.. t."V51D cun'TH. }f AUAMS.CARROTH & CO. "J by revival. of the 'agricultural in- received the P. M. E F. Gilbert 1 Past known that transportation 1 a fixed Mat- delighted me. I told you before he ACKSONVILI.E. PENSACOIJV AND

1 ... *. ...EgLLoG.I i ustiies, home and foreign commerce, i chua County jewel,that is a most beautiful. terUnder all the. !inconviencesf, there coold defend himself, and that I would j MOBILE} RAILROAD CO..O .
and tho general prosperity of the islanda the nomination .of art does infinite credit to h"a been and is,a most encouraginz settling '

: I I J. S_ADAMS, EDITOR. Condition to which it can never trict dcsignerand 'artist. The material of lands in the parts mentioned bya back him f Don't you now insinuate in and after SUNDAY. MAY 17. 1(74. train*
I : nominating class of enterprising citizens next issue that be could not have wi n.follows:
again under its good your_ .
: present
1 .:' TJ CORRESPONDENTS Ispir government llth. ,fine gold, .and.te,design is tat of. from the Carol in Geofgfa and ,other '
lft OTHERS. and management. \ 'i. written it, any of his intimate friends PAENGER TRAINS .WEST VDAILY) FOR
Item of The record i sun encircled a golden of States. Now here Is the huge Apopka1 AND TALLAHASSEE.Leave .
i Local Interest: are noticiwd from all parts of the -1 wrtJ know he has written it for sound
bute. AUo, communication on subject of G&.ncr..1I Why Not Make the Bst of It.It mon Chairman flowers, Across the sun and in lake with a marginal cirnmferl'nce of / i .' 8 Jacksonville.Baldwisv ___,.:. 'M :It....
n'cn.t.lIf e444cau.IaLIuci1d and 'wLutni.1t like him.He" u
'' I at l sixty miles twenty-fivemiles of exactly 4:10 :
jc lorrdtpoudcnu should m&Le their Ictten a* :gpcrus' lute enough to'remark that son, a Ser nid3t of the wrelithis a pafr of com a't the will ** Lake Oy_i _TtfT i.at a ay
Iii.fa& ilie fuel it more rich hammock adapted to does not not
: aud ctrcunuuncc* will permit. or, ; Arrive at Live ud
"qui 0al85O ,
1e
'I "- >%e are not rcupnnftible for' opinions'expnutcd by our it is tho'part of wise men )accept the We can only partly extended, and resting upon culture of su :ar cane ,and oranges," eowleseml to fight "dogs' pistoTI.t.s' Leave. Madison- -- {3:30to- a or",
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Rejected uuuuucripts can neither resolutions measure.The \ Monticello
inevitable, and then to unite in making pass tmi graduated Palatka llerald.JEFFERSON. -i --- 7:39
:> be relumed nor _
i : Aoony muui contributions he does not bray. "Red : T : 10)1
I "- '. *iU not be noticed, the best of any situation that cannot, be Alluding to arc surmounted with orna COUNTY. Quincy_____.._ -__ into p n
\ headed dunk set him afire I Arrive \ __
: puppies" .1
j avoided. Nothing is more fixed ana disorganization scroll-work festooned to bar for 'Mrs* Mary S. Johnson, of,Monticellois aualloocbee. EGO
; ": Call for a Convention. Silken dead. 84 Indeed not! He j ia "innocent abroad." PASSENGER TRAINS EAST (DAILY FROSe*
unalterable in our present "political condition the report is Inscription connected by a Aged years. TALLAHASSEE) FOR SA'tIANNARANDjACKSONVILLE.

r -: .. Can C Fuki
Hud
Sixoud
Cou :ional Uuaicti.JC the this countyA / No wet nurse for him. Do
t Sure of Florida.By of colored citizenship part, i is" the ring by which the' through fob a ofMonticcllo.
right tonal match is to take _
'j, base place uincj '. lao
virtue tif the b : ""
", 4 ,. ; Slate Central l"u1loritv'CtIted< Convention In UK,by the will Re.publican be- carring with i a corresponding rcsponbibility possible H publ is "t be suspended., Thework, a tween the bal tferons"of Monticello you understand ? uPlpr.shot only 1aUaha._.___..._.. .:30'ar' .
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held in the hirst ... ,uunlUect. made cowards" him. :: : -u- 4:50
4 by .
." trlct on the nth of union i is : la rich, and is the Savannah __.
I 'by August..A. I. 1674,.t u oYl-A.lt M. at the C pi- to all the obligations: duties and a n ata i Sa\nnab abut turned from biscourse .. )1ad ".a'--. 7:10
'tol la the the'20th of August.A As for fear ,ho never" Live Oak..o..u.ao and 9:14Ssoa
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City Tallahassee. Convention for the A solemn overloaded cumbered.: It is the ,.
I mi dens with which as a' matter of Lake City,.._ ih-and
: Second txHtgrtttional Dihtiict, will be held at the Courtroom (olored foundling, apparently one on account of that feeling in his ,. 11:15 '
t In the City Jacksonville, at the same lime 1 he nance all of Mr. Gotlsslig, a.recent &1.wio..9'ooa m aad 1:40 a aArrive
necessity, citizenship must always be week, old found the front fteps .
.I apportionment infixed, by the Committee for the several was on : ife." He is a nice, ,sweet darling at Jac"5 a and .:sTRAINS
Cuunticsnasftllo,,.to wit: First Dinrict, Kscambia accompanied. Granted by const lutlonal ruption is from'Mobile, and is a beautiful of the residence of colored: woman .
1.bant 1".}, \\Vhon 3. Holme. \\akhmctoni.. A demand is enduring testimonial of his skill and Montici'llo, on last Sunday morning.The None of your inuendoes about Don TO St. MARKS.
amendment fortified
decisions
,"- Jackson 9, Uilhoun I. ..ibeu) i, Gadsdeu 7. rranUin by judicial that I Sancho Fanza (Tuesday Thursday and Saturday
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Toward Quixote or am
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to ,
i, Walwll.a Leon daddy go
j 13,Jell'.n it, Lalayctte I. layVl'.V and! acceded the bo dieted excellence. i requested
levy: s. Hernandl''. HilUboroush a, Sumtcrg, t by public concessions t prove property and,take it away.Monticello nobO of that. Ask our whenwe Leave TraIlahassechv.-.__ 10:15 a for
rolk i. M m.ice l, t.bceunJr.uiigruu.UHial of the political plalt'orms: of all ment of laws to windiil Arrive at St Mart-_' ...,_:_'11:50
IJMl ct. Alachua 9, BAw., > FROM TIIJE SEx ixzL.-We Const ulion., "put ourselves t was Leave St.Mirk-/._____ I2SS p D
.. 'Lradford ., revard '.Clay '.Columbia 4, Duvol o, known parties if an}thing iu this uncertain homesteads. the Arrive Taihhasaee____ a:_ '
',. the from
'we
whether
or
following "quivered
Dade i. Humiltnn t, Manon 6, Madison 7. NII.u 4, The ecessary
Orange i.ltaimn j.bt John aSuw nnec3.Volirtia a, world may be cletl'el.tail beyond strongest Sentinel, and pLrgphs'l therein. Domestic News. ROBERT WALKER.
In order t. secure a Ciir c.vivcniion and to guard the : doubt the fullest otRepres quailed. Receiver and Genl.Supt.
of
then
.f"-, a caimtirreru1.tr: or tru4uU.nt r'P 'IoCnliltion. the Mlowm'rqfulaiionj possibility a of themselves, they. come with 25th.The of Eureka' Nevada Dirty language we dun't use, and H. ,U MAGEE.. AWe. Supt. .
town
I July ,, -- 1 '
with regard deicgalo: and aliertn of citizenship all men, regardless gates are
*, .,;',.. wUhtit jt:lure: been adopted,and n.ust be strictly complied right of color is an undoubted certainty. nomination.The than usual force from that source, was nearly: destroyed' by the'forceof shall continue 1 do so." Wejare court- Bucky sclts.boou and shoe cheipest.

; '.' fach will He flowed in g as unexpected a they are true. which ly, we are elegant. We are any(tiling except "
county as votes water
many a spout swept through
'. the convention as it hi nll.iwed delegates. Whether it be right or whether following G., & W,I.T. CO.'S RAILROAD
-;('. .114. If-ny dck-gAte is absent his alternate may Itbegood had or wrong universal gates elected : old saying, That everything' is the town. Some thirty lives were lost. what the .NEW SOCTH eorps is/. A.

., t take his place In the convention, and in ca e any spun- ; -J. T. Walls, in war and plti.s,' 8 eag Two millions of the ,new ,loan takenin One word more and I resign my scc- noxiI'ERNA.'iDJNA
c. ty U nut fully r.vroented, the dJcgaies or altcru tel citizenship is a fact; wise men then adopted by politicians;
IHCCCIII may cast the.vote ol the county. W. Porter SQI" and is nd-ship. I sat all day looking down TO CEDAR KEY.
Goss wholly as thougbt
r hurtful sound Washington, ,
to
3rd. The County Committee of eachcounty shuu I -make the most of it, rather than falze lrd morality --
,ill Republican\' giving at leant fifteen opposed, to expend their time in Hughes, Dr W. bi h.tonel honof.blt political ac" for home investment. from the third story' window, waiting enlHG SOVTM. iGJirQ$oRT1.144z'v. .
djys iMiUicauon of the same which convention the groan-
at .
dcciiiie! and ulienvucs be entine, II. S. \ the ml'ral'tltne and Bee'cher maintains the absolute falsity fur a challenge. My was loaded/ Arme.rssp.
: must elected,and the delegates ings and lamentations about it. Common popgun Femandina____ 5:30 aID *
." an.I klternatei so elected must receive credemialk of a people are blunted'' b.sUl.h Your deem CaUahanM....... .'
The following of Tilton'jj charges and promises in due But in vain. corps u --; T-3' 5:31
Mined i o)' the Chairman and SecrcUrj-Oiecomcntiunbrwliich sense can well come to no maxims, little honesty of any Baldini --- 9:00 ar. 3sole.333 .-
they were elected and .t < Cn.irumn of the Kipiilihuiu bounty Committee other conclusion but that in this day of may be looked for. If it is fair to i I ____-_"-_11:37 1:18
4ih. No proxies will be allowed In the coin en-Jon, class that make county: votes with promises of office vein of oil was struck in New Haven, bang my harp on a willow-tree and Gainesville.__ 1:50 11:10
dclcr"tea and alternates must be residents in the light, any party or opposition ... .
county _
the of it i is mourn that there NEW Ar be' 31O p
payment money of feet are no more 9:49
whicli iliey J. T. Walls, equally Indi.mnaat a depth only eight ,
represent. to universaL} citizenship regardless Broeson -. .....__ 1:51 9:04a.
$th. A copy ofthecrcdcntialit mu' he lent by the to sell.votes, the best price the SOUTHS to in that Cedar XC'S._ .. '1:3O
Jones Jos. for the oil is,of first quality. conquer way. : 0:30CONlfECTiONS.
:. chairman of the County Committee to Ifenms Lagan, of race, color or former condition, affords. *
". ,. Secretary of tic State Central Committee without delay Adams, Wm. of of Irish potatoes, old, are quoted by the CHEK AMI. .
I to I allahaftjtee. the basis and the sole foundation for aspirations many our plti- At FERNANDINA. w,th Swamer City Point froo
"-. Tile Sc&'tct.of ofthe Slate Central Comm ttee will their class action must be cgrc'iousl' Allen Barber, place-hunters never soar an Bulletin at 2o cents per barrel in the Charleston and Savannah.Sundays at 4 a, m.;strame/
make up a roll uf the delegates elected for the us: of the or party Dictator front Charleston ami Savannah,1'h The idea
convention at their temporary organization from the lacking in bagacity as well as Nays W. C. their pigmy selves. ot New York market, but are bringing $11 FOR SALE. OR RENT-COUNTRY. 4 a. m. With Keamar Lizzie Baker, from SavannahIrunswick /
:. lit reported to him by the chairman of the County I) character and dignity to the and St. Mary's Mondays at 6 aj M. fat
S. Harmon, and in New Orleans.
I Committee,and nit ileTegatcs and altcmites. in lh talk $12 those Fridays at 8
o reported party principles :, Mud presenting properly tilled credential will be pro July 26.-The caterpiller in force is ] T OTEL ORANGE GROVE BALDWIN.with J ,V ft}J. R.R.from f.e'
conoidcred;ri"/i. < euliiled to %cats penning the; ing about. GofFs thu welfare of ,the people, never sonvilt at 4O7J m.;for Jack wnvitte at 9-01: a m.At .
report of the committee on credent.aU.Iff : These themselves to esa. moment thought. : The first reported in the interior and on the coast --- CAIN Jo'VILLE.widtnweekly stage line fc#
I All accessary preparation lor the convention,ill bmdc thoughts suggest To satisfy the and i is deceive the FOR SALE OR RENT. Tampa; with stage line for Ncwnaasvill, Tuesday
- ,, by the Slate Central Committee. and delegates contemplating the singular and not aspiration to of South Carolina. and I".days.AI .
',' holding prcperly certified credentials for the first Con ont we publish and get elected to office, and the CEDAR KEY,with Iteamen to and from Ned
;' -TfMomd Liihtrict, will the numbers of the sate wholesome of July 27.-Heavy flood with great destruction We will lent for the season on easy'term, from
< {, report to entirely or aspect political the struggle and aspiration is to be ors Mean, every Satnrda> Vi.h steanen Ke1'Wat
_ "', state Ceitfr I Committee ]>rrsnt, and for the SeromConKreKhional Gof as to of life and is l'cpol.tcd'from and Tampa.Fridays; from these places..1'hurt*
> Lutnct to Chairman and -ecrcaIY matters in sunieot our sister States. Young to a fixture in the office ained. There property, TilE ALA CIIACO or ORANGE HOUSE, days With Steamer Cool,ffom T .pa.Sundays:tot
: ,'. .flh:Committee: the hour fixed for the a-tcmb- While the Democratic at the North nix politics in it. It is simply game Pittsburgh. Tampa, Mondays. With Steamer wawenock,firouuwaancc
ling.the convention,end receive from them certificates patty acter of Mr. \ anil for Near Mcllunville, Orange e Co., Florida Fridays; for Suwansxe,Tuesdays.
41 f admission to the hall of heir respective co-ivcniioni and West and chicanery knavery 1erslnaJ Donaldson, in his balloon, passedover D. E.IAXWELL.I
are making spasmodic: ,
w. H. LEASON. defeat his WITH THE' FARM. ORANGE GROVE AND I 3-13 Superintendent.
"' Caitrman Rrpubl.can State Central Committee. frantic efforts rehabilitate themselves official of I the party in the State ever expects Catski' low enough to be ,held NURbkRY ATTAt.HED.TiltS .

r, .- -- ,u_.-- in '' thoMi glorious doctrines ol the Democracy a.n.ncnt: occupy higher ground ant elevate its during a conversation, then ascended r BROCK'S LINE _

Spain and Cuba. of ,the times of Jefferson and now is the move for- again and came down within eight PROPERTY IS MOSTELIGIBLY ,
or
STATE OF LOCATED: -li miles from the .Meanttuat
: \\V place thus, at the head of our colunln. -I Jackson of which so much is now occasionally County of $ .-, more We want patriotism,: moie,honesty more love, more of miles of Saratoga. Landing on Lake Monroe. RIVER STEAMERS.

,; in order to attract to i particulaattfiition : J beard, the Southern Demo Benjamin I. With these the party goes A new use of the telegraph is
-- according : be made in N. York. The FOR INVALIDS THE,CLIMATE CANNOT BE
the follciwipg) excellent article 'ruts to to without them it to about to sw *
seem keep ou an entirely conquer, goes
ol Florida
dil'crlmt of part com SCHEDULE.
the IGth day SUMMER
fiooi the Hipublic.Comp.ict es. wires are to connect the various law 'UJPAb'IVwhie to the
string and play a tune of a totally resilience of F. biuC I" ny lnlilge grower.
of TROPICAL FKUflb.If
- \ closely Avcdtled and clear, different nature. The readiness with of Jacksonville offices with the Court House and thus f-\H anj after MONDAY APRI I.27th.she steam-
State News. \J en of this line will! leave Shipyard \Har(d.Wr
_ tvLilu perh.tps it may not be in any bense which "these glorious old Democratic" ;present in the condition ot the docket and the not sold! before the FIRST MON DAY in MARCH (Sundays excepted,).at 8 o'clock A. M..fur
I E.:: I.. Y ext,the property Mill on that d.iy be offered at pubic
offici.aZstill it undoubtedly l reflects the dusiness of the court known.
notions were t-t/me thirty of- sale the bidder.
to
years ago, CIVIL Apr sTYESTS. mat I highest Apply PALATKAand
i drift of the l icntiment special agent 1-l.LMING & 1MNIEL,
gencntl public
teicd sacrifice and ,
\liu' up as a merged entirely ment, and following c were
of the Capital. This Republic has in slavery) propagandism, materially Young that if during last 'iapplntment: Foreign News. AttorneysJacksonville..Florida. intermediate landings and return same day.

I no t>upci ior in the American Prc&s fur the tends to the conviction that the sincerity out and make a .lalJua Ctnl-. Noland,justice CctaZer8zSt. tAn Through steamers(fUrENTERPRISE

forcible ) candid and fair tresvnUtioo that the money There is very little foreign news. .
'e with which they were even then peace resigned. shades of braids and cijnn at DuckY'I.F'OR
: which it habitually gives of sound Hepulican fc"at Archer, Jejftrson-Williani Beasley, to be GERMANY._ -
admits of the .
belt argumentaud pnrpo l of the and intermediate landings will leave as above on Tuesdays
doctrine. peace. July 25.-The German squadron now SALE. and Saturdays. and return Wednesday aud 1t-
Vigorous attempts to get up a resurrection J. T. Wal?. M 1'. Jackson, justice of the evenings.
urday.
I, IL buys: 4tTho announcement that the by gas-blowing, of these same old ker, ( ji-t Let'y-I., off the English coast is ordered to cruise Shippers ate requested to send freight' down during
VERY
Government of the United States has C.IIEAP the ittcrnooo.
That fcw Northern of
offthe
niituu u loiiuni Ufivl' piTcitiinory tifiiiani Di niocrauo doctrines i"... *-firt T'f the :to this' LEON COUNY.StrnEYECouRT.This coast Spain.The 4-! :f ._ BROCK..Agent.ForstylLsh .

'" upon t' e Spaullbu"Imclt lur iiideuiiiilj ( country while an cutirtly different course came would make an court adjourn- shooting of German'subject by the car- Three small Farms, near the City.limits. ,ladies',hats ask I Burkr.Y" .

for the Un'l ol' American citi- is taken in another, again leads to doubt. was not p6per.s'A on Tuesday to regular Fall term. lists, have induced these orders. ONE OF TEN ACRES.

ZtL1baeIiliCCtIltLtrn! instance oi tlm GOlwr.t \'. lre Monday the opinion of the court 2G. Severe shocks from an '
> While New Hampshire on the one hand Walker's July! Geared land;no other ia.rrvment OR O C A LA.
I bUILhIJ.O de Cub.i is in accord the case of E. M. Cheney, tli3 F
< the 16th of toS. in Austria
,
experienced
were
and Indiana on the other are cn : the
t .lle l'IOlucl bubribej at the would assist Collector of Duval cbunty7; was
I \ liui ,liy the Secretary of Mate and the in getting up, as well as they can horn AflLmt; On motion of the Attorney- with violent rain and hai.CUBA. Abut lree fifteen underdramed acres In cuiUv:; ton. s grape; one of'n the best and AND OTHER

Spanish ilmister at \\fachington. Thiudinjiiiiy the political history of the previous halfcentury asked him if he rHrallhe following were ,admitell p aces for gardening. PLACES ON TIlE OCKLAWAHA RIVER

,. demand has been !lenientl the best possible imilati-m of to an affidavit practice: J. D. Thompson E. Several unimportant engagements be- ONE OF TWENTY ACRES,

,. ; delayed in couMdeiatiyii itt the polilicadiilicuitiea ,! at any such : and ou:motion ot Mf. G. P. Ra- tween the Spanish and Cqbans are rex About four acres in cltvaton. balance good pine AND ADJACENT COUNTRY..
iu winch the Got' old fashioned and State W. B. woods on King's a. ; "
Spanish uru- hart money July, the following: J.F., White. ; rd AID!

.:,' ttieuiis uU'olnd at home. 'r1iee/ccm, rights with fire: trade Democratic principles 187.. II. C. IilJey and D. S. Walker, >rted. No news of importance.John Dealer in Real Estate.Wltbn'l C.C Euldig.CULLNS. Si -

: ( however, l IMJ without tenninaiioi, and the Democracy of several of the affiant, did not -Sentinel, Mitchell is being publicly received THE

;. .' any j lurlher delay in u according tion hear GADSDEN COU and i in England, but
stteuuu.t Southern States, notably Alabama. : and (1 TY. banquetted EALTH, WEALTH,
"
to terms ot the will STEAMER OCKLA WAHA
hot
protocol said ; H ,
Walker watchedby
to all his movements
Louisiana, are busily their Gu1:1Ien: has: its first open boll of cot are closely
und mallI's in Sjiain or (:'uba. arranging the hax'
saale :
thereat.
_ It may in this connection, forces under the ostensible banner of said and rcjoiceth the police; -AND- Capt W. A. SIlA W.WILV .
ltet 1 : on July ; severe storm created great havoc _
.however, that" coteuiporaueous depaiture 'I white I
tle man's government.11 that LEAVE
JACKSONVILLE
{ positive the eastern portion of the county.
ot the .Minister .
Spanish Iron
As we have time we propose to show proposition to : THE COTTO 'CATERPILLAK.-We Wals.JACKSOSVILLE. RECREATION !
Washington fur Madrid hIs uo connec present : that this destructi to July 22, 1&74. EVE tY THURSDAY MORNING,
with that this course i is in direct opposition unl pest the
lion whaCfevcr the action of w
Secreiary .. ly. : K. has .nude Editor New South:-We have noticedin LANDS FOR
: Fit.li in leference the to to lh! $ teachings the itsappearance on sev AT S O'CLOCK.CEO. .
pf
t indemnity; practical past Walker h:id pr plantations in the ot the columns of a late Union, that of
part
;: quebtion. AdinLIJ is assigned by] cxpciience of that party at least, and ard some county, and several have easter also been the 21st, cowardly,effort, utterly regardless ORANGE GROVES, COLONIES, R. FOSTER ,AaeaL

_ hu Go l oier duty, under.aiarrrangemeut that it is a diversion from the ordinarycourse affiant says not. near to\n. but as yet there are of truth to injure indeed to FARMS, MARKET-GARDENS du.fl l .FliJa. U6"11 d 1812.

::, proviously wade. Hissuccessor of political action that is unwise and can do but little damage. We ruin the character: of Gen. J. T. Walls, VILLA SITES, TOWN _J_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _:
has uot been named. ,
"-- yet Subscribed heard of which in order to defeat nis renomination.Jut LOTS.
': The' bucceos of the of and) full of danger. one plantation upon HOUSE
a f".. c'uusc republi4anistn unnecessary this 28th day of is said that they,are webbing up. [ we all understand the matter and OCEAN ,
iu Spain iscxceediugly douOllullU Edwin c\b re there is but now and, then i know who Is the father of the trick ; ho is FOR SALE ON SANFORD'S GRANT. THg
': : :. most Intelligent and earnesttupport The Union's Attack on Walls. just like a dying snake that turns andtwists .
is
to be found. Their i '
:., '-" cr, Mr. Castclcr, has been busted off In Its issue of July 21st, the Union. or three later than appearance last year. and threatens with' its ran''s and L .MOORE.Acm Sanor.FOR JACKSONVILLE, FLA.,

lh<* Blape and whatever tu professions undt-r the head of .Gen. Josiah T. week. then falls back to die. One of his own
.- b who now hold the Qttincy .ourna Centrally located and fint-cUss in all it may .thuS Walls,'> niado: a but ingenious PASS IT JACKSON COCNTT. men told me they knew they could not SALE OR RENT.
''l reins, and are laboring t direct the CO\'r beat him by play but meant to 1 ON LAKE will remain open during the Summer months.
nn 1' jovcrnment, are, wit rare exemptions, Beprcscntalive WEAT1'n AND CHOPS.-The past do it by .

:: .. monarchists at heart The same spirit Walls, implying that his character was catu-cit has days have been' exceedingly warn We claim that the Republicans in this TRANSIENT BOARD ,

:: '; prevades the army, they are without &duncertain,that: he found it The bean has clear weather and propitious for State owe Mr. for
necessaryto .Walson idefbre, Two Cottages near the Steamboat Landing at
i new
etable the
and do battle race cotton which 'to $ PER DAY > PER'WEEIC.Very .
enthusiasm nut i or *
.: .w wi have a certain of E. L. Youngt.kCU plant, we are glad we remember ago, our '
in nlll>
to
.
The aOh\'it come i is and well with SANFORD.
for the repuhl"u cnenr fruiting boiling United States District Attorney and reaacnabl arrangements made with permanent
is and to ul'r it up. even before it Hold. Don't The
daily every new ''open bls. caterpil Marshal wei-e removed Republicanswere AL.Incudll
:, victory for them only tends'to dcmoralIz i was attacked and that therefore Mr. rot WI'never is' here, but upon of one of 'trembling in their boots and the HOME LOT of twenty acres,a desirab boarders.lIRS.. C.L.BUFF1NGTON

.:: : and r.nder"Ihe nationa troops less Walls was not fit to be ivnominated.. It might" not best farmers, he;(cared but little or cry was that Walls must go t Washing.ton .

', elleetive. An early i il inevitableand We replied 'in an article intended tobhow the not whole eel damage, and remarked that,in May' ] and do something for us, and we Iwltr; bouse with large dining-room detached Jacksonville M.aY'3.1874. if

there are strong grounds lor appicheusiou last year they were as numerous as recollect that he did go and from a sick Suitable for a Bngho. -
'j:- ta the da)'s of thu relublc are the animus of the Union's attack, into the ground this time fodder' pulling is engag bed and relief for us. He has carried REGULAR TRIWEEKLY LINE
and the existence of a preconcerted thing rise to the gu H.L. DEFOREST, .
lumL '\: Even now it existence planto attention of the farmers just 'us two years, and we are willing Apply to ,

_::, only in name. II,feat the renomination of Walls by : health Such this jokes' and it is hoped that it will receive to try him two years longer. Sanford.Fla.January STEAMER SILVER SPRINGS.

b .' .Turning t thu Cuban dependency 'f 1 well arranged attack upon him by the -New York attention that it :deserves. Long SEA BOY. 17. 1373. : i tW5gt .
the the is ,for the welfare
:; Sp&nUh spectacle indispensiblo ) S
GoVrmnent procurement (.('false by ono But squashes' RUIT AND VEGETABLES.
I presented is wor that ot Spain le&tmcy farm, animals.! -Marianna Courier. : F

itself.. A Buctebfclul rebellion has been who was 1 devoted henchman of one of runners. ,SUWANNEE COUNTY.' From the Bar. WIU begin her regular tri-weekly trips to Mayport and
= ; ANCUOR. E OFF MAYPOT, ( : H. WILCOX Pilot Town touching at all intermediate points Thurs
: sustained during the last live Mr. bitterest and In
; '
/ )'llrt WaiiS opponents NEW HOME Tho in this are repoitet :' day. June sth. '1874. leaving Fostrr wharf every
crops county ST.-Jonu'a RIVER FLA. July 24 1874.,S Will keep the BEST of their kind during the season. .
;; Against tyrannical relcntli'ss Gov tho oi whose to Tuesday,1'hundaySaturdayud Sunday 10'ireturning '
resort
designs
in
a nnt = Our be in ft and ', PEACHES and particular.'
.i? which Is appealing! rain wurkl rtlarkablQ' conditon New Snith:- Ptio' 'J ohn- Stand,the middle GRAPE South end CU.t h., ;early trw next morunir, thus affording our
t cflDent testimony was not novelty; er* are joyously.(ooki g ,to Edir. o citizens a splendid opportunity ol enjoying the pleasure
procured
I Pine
lutho itie. at Madrid for men amweans 1 own business Itter. concocted, 'suppose. by or at bis place next door t Magnolia Ho.o of Ml.bG ling without neglecting theta busiWill -
-. t and that the testimony of Young was fare t and sale. hims Thus. Eells Underwriters street. Families will be rpplc with te b quality '
4 :j. to tustain and prolong the bloody ful start in tho 'hankering for scrip" are de : So of Fruit and Vegetables. 7-15. also leave every-

II l t',' Ktrile. Spain is powerless to afford aid, taken to guard against\ an attack (by handed us a P\1itI'having Live Oak incorporated Agent, &0., led me ,to,suppose "SuNDAY AT a A.M. -

.. while the Cuban natives Il'" weekly iu. this means which had been openly threatened Live Oak: that I could slip over,the bar at any time C..:KOIINSON," "- J. W.WHITNEY,
has been
I ',;' creasing their |>ow er of resistance by the which, though 'pestered' by a set at high water drawing'eleven feet. Thais Att'y at,Law and U.S.:Comm'r.. Not Public.- Returning on tae evening of the same day.

importation ol war matciial and by voluntary and was not by Mr. Walls intended and withgrcat Another vagrant very slippery talk 'for Mr. E"I1;'bu / L. ROBINSON & ,CO., For freight passage. apply. on board- 7d

home additions of-men to their for I publication, but obtained and ''what 1 jai delivery Live Oak.FyTNAM the facts do not prove as 'lpper thegentlman's ,
COUNTY. AND INSURANCE BROKERS -
-- lighting forces. They are in )po< of than of a of the Brother Pratt and family have left for in -the schooner i Abby K. Bentley, for Agency T Ma.Ifeln: Company o SITUATION
-- mon hall territory )knowledge or consent. ufactures will New ,
North. What will the PaUtka Her "
less
: inches
Island and three 'days -two and Machinist.lamiliar
an organization drawing Assets Jg.oog.46a.a3.''Undivided surplus 11.666,636.95 competed Engineer Millwright
1. working In harmony with From evidence inherent in tho editorial prosperity.Tho ., do for its sensational' columns ? than eleven feet and' here ,will I remain f with all other mechanical work and well poiltittiIn

I '4ne government array in tbe field. But the yearly; we Ilri.utet it to some olher rookl The Palatka l Heral'says: If a until' thw pilots are willing take,that 7'11.1-31 'mercantile Superintendent business,Agent having and Book-keeper had much eaper.enceas .desires a'

4le.trucUon of life'and property is going thaniho editor. I but now tho asf'UtlkS into opeiation want a b whisky, let, draft over the bar. There is no use for NOTICE position where h tan make himself usefuL Salary a.secondary .

,A>n at a learful rate, with the remotes iu authorship, aud wo have no May 1st, 1874, buy it and take it homolikea man;. Captain Johnson or the' m\n with TO PERSONS WHO ARE CULTIVATING. considerationCart 'Atdr.ss,HIRAM loBI.
tmjKpuct ot abatement. Uuisncss of al ll not sneak home with bottle-o the slp'per name to say anything bout ORANGE TREES.' of Norton &,.Kooker, Dealers in Real Estate.

'. I ,kind is paralized, and the products of 01 lcion. Our intention to'arouse the in I.s than bite&s" or :"'crdiand Pretend sea on the bar, that is too The adv b been a pomologist from boyhood joe.Ocean and Bay '..Jacksonville Florida

the plantations arc yearly increasing in attention of tho community to .the frequency the dull thin. I am used 'to looking at the sea, and b ff.cn years'thoroughly practical competent:experience to do,a h]. .JulvQ-wsw-im _

I quantity from neglect and the Absence or with which secret testimony of of ,Tho .Palatka fire alarm bell now and I call it smootbvery smooth. I IUJS **blD.n I .
soap, forty-two feet irom the ground should bn eleven 'BUDDING AND GRAFTING CARD.-,
demoralization of'tho planters.! Taxi witnesses ami Covert and 'ex-paito action Of am willing that.thera A .
have ben advanced to the utmost ex $1,923.69. One, of the lath{ setters,on'the' St. feet of water on the, barat,high-water. and offers hi*services to those wh wish a SKILLED. JACKSONTILU.FLA,,!March jist iS,4-
.i ; Unit and export duties are' ciippling ijil of juries-against which full defence sold bringing s river sold dollar, I wish' there'was that depth'at all times hand,at a reasonable! price. ,

J : foreign L'macrt with the island. This is hardly possible t any-Is resorted to, boxes. on hln 'of'strawberries' last season from but the truth must he told 'should the :Address G.:F.a o. 'j-ijsw&wtf THE'SOUTHERN,LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY -

11 -. 'Btate of affiirs can not jwssibly be I iu carr}ing'out. private animosities pended, more quarter of an aero of land, at the rate I heavens fall.' LUMBER'YARD." wiU'In a, few days appoint a.State Agent:for

_ -Itt;; ; )lolonged many months, excepting at pcTi-onal scheni-s is resorted ,to, has has been)laid! : thirty. to fifty ont: per quar.-Pa. ALADE MEHAFFKY* DEr F1 rida. .In Uw meantime will conduct Las maw-:
fLI: au unwarrantable loss of life almost lera r CONTRACTORS AND ,
ant been'fully acompli&hed and tho well- -
low The of Lake BUILDER
i1I : .total! diet ruction of home foreign grease, ApIa male -In a issue of Ihis'paper menu '
previous
top
1 I commerce. The natives who have bo aimed aud covert stab of the Union i ing &c. the point of a section !ZL.TINDAi Henry A.
I
communications directed to me,tare
I long patriotically sustained themselves averted.Personalities. then is country,riot only on and adjacent to I stated that.M. Bowes, ES., of this ,city FULL AO TiE 0, -' wfll

; hi a struggle for their light have shown aimed at an editor constitute ler, at the, shores, ''but' many miles 'west, soul I :was building a bath at May rt.I DRESSEDANIUNDRESED: LUMBER,I L'EngieScaetary of the Jacksonville Branch.

t to the ""rlt tbat they can not be pudowj as ('mllet I concession of the tures $ east. Frieght which now; seek I Wo were, misinformed, Mr. Bowes, i Is receive due attention "
'
'
down the St. John's via Melon
til' sooner their indci>cu- lorce of his arguments uS he can evert'xlut res building ,quite an extensive tw'elng PINE SHINGLES, H. MILLER.
in -J.
anti expends will Inevhablyreaeh the shores ot '
iluncti luknowleagetby '
.oognlzc receive anti we are cntirely"ltt : ; CHEAP FOR, CASH AT
houso.
t for Orlando of Agencfet.Umbrellas *- '
!t\\! by the better will it be 20,0 that transportation. 4-.tf Gent Supt
(, rl \ with the personal response surrounding country southeast i I conductors,like THE DEPOT LUMBER ,YARD ,
; and ,
1 for all parties concentl, e'pedatly!' ; ftl\ ,\Vby not then ; i -"Vbyare ralr '- '
_ I, I j-.rlhn cau e and civilzationWith made! in the Union: If it can bo persuft-I r toApopka by 6 to 10 miles, I the west'portion of D.ac W.D vis'lirD on Lumber delivered .alt parts of the clyl vicinity,: aDd'parasols 10 he had at Bucky'TJICTURES *-
.
factures. -
nrhummlj Castelar rU-d to make f lew more attacksothatd.senjti'isi : I of access to it, : There Is mucbI and at all landings on the river, at lw rt. All.ordersrecetvepromptaaendon. -' "
or
)
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I other equally 1 1'0 cfcclln..a \ upon Walls, it wUl Insu erwise wo bl I sy unsettled pine'land, and a fin : McCpnihe's. "Block,' f', Because'. they, ., .'arecarpets.1 .' ,LUS: ,.BR.USH'Yllum"I copi'ed i aDd' eofored" at WOOD'. ,..'.&'fICJT' *-,
ullit.wt.t "" J
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W THE NEW SOUTH : SEMI-WEEKLY. JACKSQNV1LLE.WEDN SDAY.1VLY 20 1874. _

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Commutation of Doclcrty's Sentence.' Board of County. Commissioner NOTICE.TO S I'U1tNITU1t&FURNITURE.
NEWS. Wreck of the Peter Conor. .
CITY 'I 7 J.d; THE ctnciHS or THZ cnr nr jtaoeomuA. ,. -
i
I u. ).1, 11,4.Ihe '., ?;. *
authorities have
The Spanish djsplaj Qoard met pursuant to acbuoraacat. float The undersigned having been appointed(a equalize .
14th inst. Rev. Watkins
the W.
On '
ww. >AY MOHKISC JULY 29,1874. a sense of awa cning wisdom in modifying -hawcD& H.-q; ('.""ipm"""''** Edit, Fortune and the assessments of taxes and to bear wed determine the WAREROOMSlDAVIS

I the severe sentence of the court Hicks owner, John.II. Marshall, sailing Pnce-.quutum."I complaints of aU such peroons as consider themselves -
be Attestor ol Taxes not bavingth.ioU .VllIIaIC ,
= Bond Obtained. martial on Mr. Dockray. For the crime master Charles Moore and Wilson Recdo completed.MurrdertJ.. aggrieved by thee assessments, hereby give nMtcc to -

of hli'Ing"i"ited the insurgent camp a That this Board at a Board EquaL concerned that .i meet to discharge the duty ',: ""
in the Conor t
Peter a '
accused left this yacht t -
,
L. the defaulting port zauoo ol/tMcstmrnt of kcaI LUte, be. adjourned noli ;
E. Young him be assigned them at Council Room -
court matial sentenced to shot City on
r igtmu>ter of Archer has at last obtained but the government of Madrid has inter for Biscyne Bay. The boat was a small ten o'clock.That to morrow.VrtUmt the board. adjourn umdl tea o'clock aad 6 of August,as' 4t..s ,R1 ETAlL CASH"PRICES.GRANVLATEl : .' oi ', & DRE\V. 'nt..

a bail bond and has been released posed, and instead of going before a craft but represented seaworthy by its to-morrov, WEBXISOAT July n. 18741 The B win & t 5 o dock P. M.at the ._.s ; '.J1L'
:
custody. The bond has been shooting party Mr. Dockray will be con. former owner. At Mayport and St. Augustine The Board bet pursuant to a4jourPr.ICDt- City Hafl each day. i } SUGAR. S'LBS. FOX...... i4 _
'f.t
from the companionship of convicts PrcMdcat .; Comnutuonen Lxlu,and Fortune. E.W. DumYrW "
signed to the yacht was hauled out for repairs
and signed several times but a quorum. *. M. BCCTWICK. SUITS. CHAMBER SUITS.
drawn PARLOR
up for ten years. Hit were not for the hope and then the party sailed'direct for l' tcr Jones, Esq.. Collector of Revenue low the JACOB Hirrr.HOMEMADE EXTRA C GA9 LBS. FOR & .., .
always imperfectly.! that even this severe sentence may be county presented hi*report ot the landt m the county

.. relaxed in might be questioned whetheror Biscayne Bay. Some distance below which. had were been by him sold UIlitauwo.by him which.tar uses_,toe muuoo uwncn, was ofhtch SOAP. BROW ,to LBS. FOR too. 1.1 .

Died. not the extreme penalty would not Matanzas Inlet the boat sprung a leak, iciciieJ. to the Cunmiue on r'boaDtc.1 RIO conD. L FOR H _. zoo. '
be Auditor 01 lAC rcporttd to the Board that The manufacturer,A. Buesing.a receivingtestimonials abundant BARS & F1XTURESPaj3ot .
Morristown N. J. June merciful. Bntwe cuumjr MOSQUITO
On Friday have been the more and soon afterwards encountered a severe on the seventh day Uucn.."M.he drew hi.warrant of the quality: soap his mam&ctore. OLD COVT JAVA COFFEE 3 LBS.FOR.... ue j
Uronson widow of hope that a light is breaking on the N.). the 11'c ihe ,in favor ol t o
g6, 1674, Sophrunia Spanish authorities in Cuba which shows gale, obliging the crew to head the toe riccuoum 1,77O.fl t :"iI5'.IId iruttUmpjny county tar St We aP specimeM. RICE (bcst)toji L.FI........_....._ '.D -
late lion. J. II. Bronson, of Florida towards buug UM Amount allowed the tkura in June i.
St.
the II the vessel back Augustine, 649 aj. Oy >cswu *- 1'4
them how useless savage acts of'repression i cbrutry litn, 1074, iupxmcnt ol the note ol the :I.A BIJ: I amabaicrandeseyourgapin BUTTER.GILT EDGE a% LBS.FOR....._ '.0
In the 65th year of her age. are in commanding even the respect When St. Augustine light was reached County CuniiinvMoner la U"or ol }r.ak L U'Uco my shop r shaving. the advantage of other DAVIS & DREW, :
I b PER
; The above will cause heartfelt sorrow I of ihs people. Mr. Dockray has many the water was above the berths in the ecu dated. per Ant mown S3, 1670., tranalcrrcu wuh murcu W said tocreun trceomaa's at Uirec Suig -per- p ia making abundance o lather,that d D CANVASSED hAILS 1 18 CL' Parlor Suits. Oaaw .

to the many acquaintances of the de-! powerful friends in this countryj and we cabin and the vessel refused to mind her and'1 rut Company; tnat when said warrant was f U away. I advise a to u"Buesing'a Soap" to be VC'"AE HAMS.PER S 17 CENTS. Parlor Suits. conerof OisaharSoils. otoa"
.
this would cot be surprised if they used their applied lor he had uot lime W oraw the several warnuu sure ato I any doubt,let him come to IDXG CLEAR D.S.BAcON u CENTS BAY AND LAURA STREETS Suit.'*
throughout region v I
everyone had smaller vhich wanted
teased, helm. The small boat been swept *ia sum were to suit the PER i
effect that cbsabutSuiw.
within
such and I win
influence to good requirement*ut Uie pny to wbum the &ac..due, shop prove the both of what I say. Parlor
.; of whom were honored in being a very short period Mr. Dockray will be away. Finding, that the .yacht would I I UMl the calmer of mil *uuituuon wishing to show to JOKM HODC CHEESE, BEST FACTORY.4tf LBS.TOK-JiM jACKsoimtim. TLA. StauLt.

1 reckoned among her friends. set finally at liberty* There are no not float much longer it was deemed I said Utfkrd i..uu.we ot Cuumy ConimiMiouers said oim had, the been Aututur allowed could by the do May, 174 F.Gt BRAND MILK. 4 CANS FOR 1. ; -.:
bint. His Mr.A. Benlso : You wish to know bow I like thg .
really serious charge against beach her which was done no more on that.y than dnw the one warrant lor the .
advisable to .-
Brazilian Oranges. fault has been one \.t f lack of discretion whuw* 1OUflL,tit promised that when be should have soap I bought of you. I consider it the best I have FLOUR VERY BEST.16 L FORson 'HI

, hasteceit'ed and have doubt the Captain Gen about four miles south'of St.Augustine, the tune he would draw outer warrants m$ -IT sums ever used. quick in cleansing is disagreeableto CANTZ FOAM PER CAN CENTS. EXAMINE OUR LARGE STOCK.
Col. L. A. Hardee, Honeymoon, we no in lieu ut said warrant No. 1.773,and cancel Ute same, I i D SE 3 .
five trees from Brazil. eral will consider a few months' iniptis without loss of lire but entire destruction wlikn was taUkUctorjr to said cafchitr. Accordingly the skin;and in a Ip i the best washing soap IN PROPORTION AT -.- ,;,;
ALL OTHER GOODS ,
orange on me thirtieth day m June, ,Ui Auditor Crew mswarranu I am with. STLTIA Htots. .
onment sufficient expiation of Mr. Dock- the The made their 1174 a I ',. ;: ..tu.
of yacht. party -
of the thornless and seedless on ine 1 rcauurer ol the county in smaller sums, ",
They are ray's rashness in visiting the rebel camp here left for from number 1.943 to 1,973 iaduarre,thirty-one w.r- May 54.11741(1. THE STORE OF >' .'. ',r< -.
and from .
. variety of hardy growth and exceedingly merely train spirit of adventure.-N. way to this city rants.maiung in tne whole aloreuid$3,649.*S>and A.Btmno:The soap I'bought of YO has I 4.. ,.-S. O.Ho-.. -.
Biscayne via Key West. The yacht was delivered the same to said cakhier and received back given me perfect satisboion; k i the best I have ever J. B. ROCHE. 101 : 101 .
sweet. Not a leaf was broken or P. Herald. said warrant number I,nO and QD the same,all : :. lot ,
used. My clothes whitened from the u of_the soap, Ju sath..IS74FOR 101 i
--- -- found to be unscund i in places. which record,and ito the .
.many appear on now pracnted 101 101
its transfer .
of the fruit bruised during if bleached. I commend the
I any Mawbey and the New South. &ar*.anu uv* iSoarct having inspected said warrant a can earnestly soap to. 101 101 _i ,1f. .
this How they will succeed in Caul. ;. IL Marshal worked stren- aDd tound said matter Correct,'toe same was therefore NANCT STSAITOII. 181 Bay SL. .ot w.,
: to country. I a .
: \
At last it has come', not less elegor :n approved May IS74Mr 101 :JAcIoaTLLz.: lot *fi
Florida is yet to determined.. The Hously and with seamanlike energy to Commissioner EelU offered the following: aj Ul FlA- 101 _
emphatic than we expected. We naturally \VutnKAS, '1 be grand jury at the last term of the A.Bt: I am much pleased with your soap 101 lOt : ,.
vessel and it to .
. five trees cost $lO1.O delivered at wither and cringe. Nothing except save the was probably circuit court in their general proenunent.as tad previous I have been making my living b washing for the ltil 101 ltIl -" ;..." ,.
F-
. and that grand junck ia cmnmon with general Complaint of :
his personal efforts knowledge yean,and must say have never used better 101 lot .
Honeymoon. the fact that the Superintendent has auicio inrou h the puuuc pnnu aid present that the t lot V.* lot -'. ...'
.. the boat was kept afloat long enough to mouth of McCoy's creek,a navigable stream of the soap than that I bg o your own manufacture.With 101 101 '
Personal. at last entirely proved to the public county has been greatly obstructed having its outlet one pound of soap I pieces as 101 10l" "* --ri.]
make the beach, and during the thirty- nUed with sawduu and other dcbns trom .'. whit as i they bad been t w. call it OIOIOIOIOD&DOIOIOIOIOI & "
what we had partially succeeded in doing a
:; Chas II. Walton, of the Tallahassee seven hours that the water was above mul. thcfeiorc bleaching soap. I recommend it to as likely to give lOlooouuooooonoor.muuocolOllOloo
1'hat the Cha of this Board be a
Aefoatd, rmano and '-
that he it i DAvIS&DBKW.oolOllOtOlooooooooooooooooooooolOl
a The enera 1 -
namely
11, Sentinel is in the city. the berths. he u nercuy authorized to employ such counsel a*hey atfcD. laT HoD SALE :
blank to be filled in by the reader; we deem best quahned and-" iiainifij with the facts, OR kENT-CIT. 101 lOloooo Fcaxmntm oooolOl
His Honor Judge W. A. McLean has and institute le,al prucccuiog to abate such nuisance in METEOROLOGICAL RECORD. lOt. lOlouooooonooooooooooooolOl .
have: our opinion; no doubt the reader the prenwes a>Uw rights anu interest the county and 101 lOlQOO WAJtSBOVSK. OOOlOl
partially: recovered and is able to attend Reminisence. the ciii cn.tbcnot c1cm.oDd.\ Observation-, taken at 7 A. ., *p. M.and 9 r. M. SALE.Ten lOtvoonooooomcooooooooplOl
business.rovrrnor will fully concur.) and unfit for the po5ition A Sailor's \ulce WicUer,one ol the hunters of the county,hav daily,by the Si&a Service U. S. Army, in this city. FOR 101 101 1010101010 D&101010101
official .
; to his he ing appeared bciore the I'rcsiacnt of the board, dpnscwcd S *i >* 59 3 101 101 101 }01 .
the Road
officially occupies, only keepsup acres of land ,only .
( M. L. Stearns is in the city BY OUtf SPECIAL REPOnTEH. his amuavit. showing that three months W 2Wind.. !. ? from O Kla tom 101 iti 101 to:
, our fluttering spirits. The letter is a uoce,while hunting on the Plains of San JJicgo,within July : a i tt t e JacluoovUie. T l i 101 101 lot ,,101. "
on particular; business. All of you that belong hereaboutsmust IC bounuary 01 the county he lulled a full grown and : 0 c ; ; 5 ADMIRABLY ADAPTED TO THE 101 101 101 in
: mode], and we firmly believe was partially Jones Bill I aige bear,and produced to the president 01 the Board *874.1 a an. : 101 101 101 101'
--- written him and know Captain Capt. the scalp thcreoi, a d claimed toe reward wnich by : = I i : : :: OF SUGAR CANE AND _lOt 101 .....101 101 ;.'
'
Death. by partially by Jones of the steamer Euphemia, one of the b,05 ol rlonua is in such cases made and provided j I <- : :. :. :. CULTURE 101 101 !'

" Mr. W. II. Ctl.'hman, ot'Xew Brittain friends. (t) It is argumentative arid cleverest, and most companionable fellows >cmg, and Mtiitac said atndavil proof presented UI h?and killed scalp anal produced aiuT"illerciore i Fr. 3 9 ].0 7 82 78 -NW Calm Gentle 00 Gear Fair .FRUITS OF ALL KINDS. 101 101 10.i 101 .. ,

. residence propounds startling truths and facts S 35 a 7 ] 7 E Fresh 0.0 ooo Fair and U beaudfuly located for BUILDING LOTS. For 101 101- ;
his
C nn., died at opposite! that sails in these waters. It u vrJereJ, That said applicant be allowed the .. 78 55 NE Gentle ooo Clear price. and terms,apply to < _101 _101 _
the2tTinst. which ncecessarily go so lar to prove v um of five collars and the Auuitur di.w his warranton 9 ] S B. H.WEBSTER. ;
: frora an attack N
rni. on 96 80
1 llih Su. 7 74 o.oo .
In his younger days the Captain usedto the Ireasurcr u> NE G l1e at Wa's MM, -: !
assertion. His text is adhered to a 87
) of paralyhis. Mr. Cu>hrnan was a an J. H. Dunce, t.q.,bacnff of tire county reported .' 3.0 53 78 NE Fr aol 0.0 Far or by letter,care A. WAUACZ.Jacksonville.. '1d
Hu never out of his follow the sea, and he loved it, and ell he ha in his puMcskion, $275.55 in Clay county 9 8 NE G Florida.
throughout. goes 3948 78 CTdya .
F. and A. Hon.37 7 0.0
member of Harmony Lodge which issued to.cunbunc the ol Dual 7
was county .
scrip
dreams of the future E Gentle ?
dreamed bright ash CTdy
'* 8 0 FINEST AND BEST SELECT
of New Ilrittain iu-good standing, way to kick a pole-cat simply because lor expense incurred in lecdiug one Harriet Cray 3.9S s SE Fresh eon Fair THE
M. sailed through the bosom of his and asking insuuciious ia to us OMpu.mon. Wbercupu 38 9 9.O2 7 78 SE Fresh 00 Latest style straw and silk hats at Bucky's. ED IN THE SOUTH.
the pole-cat would the worst Tue. 7 3 M O'y
and an intelligent, honest citizen. Hetras get the niaiicr being duly cousidcred, a 7 53 bW Gentle
tumultuous love. But coming down to //is ,rlt111a1 said sheriff deliver the same to 3 15 R .
buried with masonic honors by the of it. Two of the !patties mentioned in the President ol this Board,and that the same be, by Barometer corrected for temperature ab elevation SALE. '; '

of this city. lie left u wife and his article have never crossed his path Florida-in a coaster, "a change came the President exchanged for a like amount"of the scrip FOR .
Lodge .
of his dreams. He would ot tail cuwuy.I ROSS.In .
oVr the BY
spirit J Clsmbo
and let alone therefore Tics NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. A Parlor RICH. PLAIN
thild. consequently, are I The Asaosor not having the assessment Suit- .
leave his vessel and wander rod completed. this first-dass.'on north side Suit
..- away among city,lib o Chamber .
his personal abuse. It further illustrates I It u Urdtrtd. That this Board as a Board of Ashley and Lama, within Parlor and
P
That Pipt. the congruity and 'contisteiicy the deep tangled wildwood beyond our xiuaUzaiion of A* e* rrienK of Real Estate be continued block O eb uc.James Ho. 35 feet from one of Suits. Suits.
until lucwlay next,the a8th io tant, : UK Parlor SUBSTANTIAlOrabcr
about Mr. Howells and to ,
out b.b t-a
ilerctnlore we tnnt confess to a large of his statements His courage we town, away The following accixints were allowed and ordered to Suits. Chamber .

": degree <*f frkcpticitUi respecting Mark have doubtcdt But in carnc.-t he would stay out late of nights and all be paid to-wu: SISTER FRAME double HOUSES, without Parlor Suits. FURNITURE. Suits--
never single use
adapted to
J.[ H. Durkee, bheriff,fees for services at the o t ,
IwaE:,)'* pijK-j 'lai..h ho dic.tered in We have accomplis-hi mir object fur the the while was affected with a. sort of spring term of the circuit court--..... .$535 93 change or two expense.kitchens Each ia.L having six rooms main house below,and in ,
delicious uneasiness. And though the Sa..e lecding prisoners in county jail. June duD au J :
the II ul -1.\1111, but tic! other day a Jit' time, and arc ofied, The public, not igy".__- .T..IM.. i- -- 158 T9 ; mix closets four above Each, w ,
" mildest mannered man in the world, he Same.fees for services in court,June fire-place in each room in main h I -1. 1'We
(\\f fi.!hfd from the mysteriousdipthof county front and back and drive- ,
T-hnp Mawbey, are to judge whether we are term, 1&74____.- -_ 4" having two two are prepared to offer our stock at ;-:
around with the butcher way each side,with piazza across the entire front,
his tn>w"cr ltI'k1 H ten cent I would go boys, Same incidental expenses circuit court,spring O .
| clogs, puppies or 2ts -es. We have never term, 1874 .._ ._ 76 extending round the, corners twenty feet to t& remarkably low prices"L .
I IIr.r.muland Howell'a and out I --?- 33 round the L. with walk
with the and entire
doors
'lat l filled with tin odor FO particularly go and committments of ,
releases ,
: |Ki cVirn-ncy abused Mr. Mawbey only illustrated Same. prisoners
personally of piazza.running thirty tect back to the double wood- 'H'0' :":'
_
in itsthamcier home with themjust to see them draw June 1874--- -in. .m.i in 23 85 -.ct-: ___ house :
l cunipw-he __ I kc .
our ideas and thoe of the Clerk circus court fees for scivtces at Spring Sz :2DAVISt. .., .

as t<* lad l ns to take stock in almost any to his qualifications for the blood, you know. After this had been term of said court, 1874......' 347 25 A WELL OF GOOD WATER -: -. : "; ', '- /
as
public position
F. B Knapp.amount aid for gas for offices of and sink : ,1
and within five feet of L.brick curb,
twVflirr'tf ?tr. The ten-cent scrip he now holds; that he obtainedhis going on for a while, William took himself county judge and clerk circuit court, Feb. i, pumps with cemented drain fifty feet to C pooL '

and communed to why he 1873.to July I. 1874---- 33 30 acc. are within forty feet each other,in & DREW J : '
as
hitd ntimtotiia enough in it tu fertilize position by illegitimate means. The apart, Henry[ Kecd work ou bridge and causeway on .. 1'he complete hO order throughout having o

\ acre ol laird. When we asked the little Union ays that the chancery suit was was thus affected, he discovered the Panama rood across Hogan'creek_front_juhe3eth.LoJdyJ7th.1s4 d SO ; and eastern repaird.occupying The wester the west b half rJpal of a full .1 -':: .

. fellow whftt he had done to it, he said settled before the Superintendent was cause, and putting himself together, George H. Mays:conxtable,services from Oct. h,upon I-e is a lawn,with orange, punch and fig vEAL IN ,
, >., 1X73.to July 8, I&74 aminnt of account
Also
'he had carried t it In his pocket and got appointed. On that subject we rest for went and married her. Then he got a S33 oo amount allowed>>5 24.. .- ,aj 34 lru on trees north and side grape of vines FO ytla all street under, thntty between growth.Mark and All kinds of FURNITURE. CARPETS; '

r at Mandarin and made a lovely Alonzo Hemaadex sheriff St. Johns county, r, liberty a two-siory-and-a-half thirteen rooms, '
We reckon place WALUT.
itiwctty. so. up end defendano ,MATTRESSES WHITE PINE
the present. e-p nses mileage to ajcst built ia 1870 by the present owner aid occupied by him .
'" home among th* orange trees but after who were indiaed in this county__ at toanct as a private residence having sixty feet frontage oa and CEDAR LUMBER etc."
f A Church Incident. If Mr. Mawbey desires any personal [ 31 Wilson,acting coroner services and Forsyih street and fifty two and a half feet on Adams; .J,
: from ofthe NEW SOUTH aThilerl.. Stowe wanted his orange fees in Inquest held July 3, ,g74) ,en body nf FlANOS-OCMS-PrAOS.' : distance between a reels two hundred and tea feet; with -
: Onl'Su'IIIItJ. Dot linig r-incc, one of satisfaction any haveit William Muses murdered by Jack Johnsonjr 7 y large cistern. bath-room, pantries closets and water jA KSO VILt.E. 'FLA,
let her
grove real bad. So the Captain Sound js Wihon,consuUe.services and Ices mall lot of furniture. All
our ni "t Mjhj-h young ladiesvaliz d firm, and will apply in a less public! and on three fl ors; including a
and down und built a home In same innmr-t._ ....___?__ 4 (n Having associated myself with the largest MUSK the above mentioned property being situated oa nigh kinds
. into thun-h uith that inimitable will came Swiss muslin and white goods of all at Bocky's.. -
- jrraefthat
Inure gentlemanly Ulanner."c endeavor Ordered. That ttc Board at JouVa wall Tu..aday House in the South I km new prepared to sell mt urea ground catiiJered as -

i U at >nce the peculiai and the to accommodate, and illustrateto near the deep tangled wildwood afore next,the a5ih be.OSCAR ual low prices for cash o by small monthly payment HEALTHY AS ANY PART Of THE CITY. .

charm (If the female the took hc r scat Ly a IitU- behindhand: be sold lor CASH azaverylow6gureazthcownerladesirous
also 1'"HE
brought out the Rteumtr Herrick, but ms&ioners. P. Emerson and the Southern Gem Pianos; ,, of settling For particulars apply to the I
up.
i-hc trrtnd hr overskirt long to a "Quaker" band. .
fiuent
mm :
Pelton&Co
--- -- Mason &Hamlm and Pkmbet. Organ A. J. ROSS.
his fifet love unkind to him. She owner AND LIVERY ;:
proved SALES *
and then settled h&r.eIl' to meiliutu how ---- Local Advertisements.FOR Easiest terms ever given. Call and see what I can of Jacksonville,FU-.July i,1874.Also -

she liH>ke1, and what the other gina had In Short. embraced the IIerrick. So he went and fer in the way of superior instruments and .prices by same party for iale or rent two small houses

(. Thisen'concluded, the aioe had the Luphcmu built, and raieing the 7-33-swjm J.H.OCHUSv. of four rooms rae'.comer Laura and Church streets STABLES-
-C. O. Livingston & Co., have re- and near the St.James HoteLAlt
. too out. Alas fur hninan: IIOJK! That the and RENT.A the above named property is very desirable for _
Ilerrick took out machinery putit.
last touch on the overskirt was too much: ceived the first cargo once for tlitir new i furnished room, centrally located. Ruit low. Northern visitors. 7-4Swtm C. B. McCLEXNY, PROPRIETOR.. '.

she threw It too hih, and it n-bted on ce house. in his new craft. And now when Apply at this office. 'AT L. COAN, :-- ,

. an ultl muff wh'uh was ..erviug as a the week's work is over, with a few V Linen and duck suits Bucky sells. Notice is given to the public that I Hare porcnased'

' hustle. So the wretched girl wiggled -Mr. lIu; ins ha*, been appointed friends neighbors who like him THAT 5OD.FUUN1'AIol VJiTsTIc OF THE PEACE the well-know HARTRI DOE STABLES oppomitsthe
: or some; la[ the c.a tavrril cigar store is admired by all. METROPOLITAN HOT EL.and have on hud a
that filled Captain of the police force and is now CARD.
: uiiconseiousefthtjoy'
_
the scan at
AND
have 'otta
a summer e by 6-IJtC A
th" hearts of the other who 1t.BOllIA _ .;
duties
girls saw erlorming his as suh. VERY LARGE STOCK OF
.
the "Fee-
Courier. Mayport they go down on BASE .\LLGOODS NOTARY PUBLIC. __ NOTICE -

!, -- ---- -The shipping business has increased niu" and spend a qui& Sabbath with At Santa Clau Bazaar L'Engles Granite Bloc k Office in SOLARYE BLOCK. MULESFORs.ALEf f
Publishers and Printers,aIL HORSES&
Exchanges, ,
t Mr. Lane's Statement. Jatl.I)'. There are now twenty-one- their fami'ies. corner Bay and Pine streets.Jacksonville Florida. PINE Tqour ','ii I

j A rriet; 'et|lIJY| the Ptat,'mVQt mode in sels in port fourteen of which arrived Thus, one lovely Saturday evening, on TO RENT Corner BAY and streets Those to desiring examine to this purchase unusually will Lad Urge it to aDd their attractive advantage -

the local columns of the Union about Mnce last Friday. our way d>*wn, with a very pleasant For the summer. A large furnished room on. Bay Jaki,1CHANGE THE ANSON HARDY Mock.adapted to all uses.- I
street. Apply at the office Ill. 1 am also receiving
his arrest uo Saturday tuning under -The Southern exprew company has party who passed the time in agreeable 4-9jtf Tux Nsw SOUTH. OF SEHEDULE.The Latest Improved OUTFIT OF

the bead uf *'j rret ol a drayman" Mr. discontinued its busiuet-s up and down conversation and with an occasional -- A COMPLETE .rL
ICE CREAM AND CARD CUTTERS.I .
Lane detirus us to state the facts of the the St. Johns river. The last trip was tltOf,. Dan Smith said: Capt. Bill tell That all acknowledge to be supcriwir to any ever to U PAPER BUGGIES, PJfAETONS'AND !
lu
been r
case as follows: made on Monday.We 'em about the time when you had the bad in this city previously is-to be obtained at th e steamer Oty Pot having repairs. Wthd.O have resumed tin manufacture and sale of these OTHER CARRIAGES, vjOf !

OnS.-Uu1d.iy evening Mr. Lane who grieve to say that we wr rc"bbadoW'ed' small pox in China. The Captain milcd, Temperance Heading Room at La Faverita. 6-i3tC STEAMER DICTATOR Machines with which my name has been so long identified the latest :
circulated for the fifteen styles jt
!
TiE ,and so extensively past .
ii a constable, having a warrant for the by undertakers nil day that is, he seemed t smile for his mustache BOAT FOR SALE.A years; and all Jfacltimt f if _1I11/fKtllll -.:

arrest of a party expected to arrive on ye.-icrd.iy. We are sorry we disappointed lifted and his eyes closed a trifle, 90-fiot ya;1.with mast,oars and ruddcr. i oflere CATTAI.X LEO VOGEL keri ftrr It,marietta Aemn in my illustrated circular FOR LIVERY SERVICE.1' ...

the Florence, was at her landing..itingfor them. for a moment, and in the old traditional or A.sale G. CUAmux's at a bargain.Boat Is Shop in good Cay-street.condition.. Apply at Will.until further D.ln CHARLESTON every ,with my maar amJadJrttt at the catting Which vill be furniined _., .r' i

her arrival, and as soon as she landed sailor style, took a bite of old navy, then \ TUESDAY evening,and SAVANNAH every W My latest Improved Iron-Frame PAPER CUTTER,
Coan
-Tbe office of Mr. W. L. with moveabte cutting board two all-steel tempered SHORTEST :NOTICE
stepped on the gang-way to find lifting his right foot with his riiiht hand MATTING AND TRUNKS.A Y,for Florida,arriving in JACKSONVILLE patent .AT THE_ 4 ., ..
Justice of the Peace, fans been removedto large invoice of Straw Maui,Traveling Trunks NEDA knives and squaring board. sill holds hr position .
.
the party and make his arrest as in duty placing it comfortably over his left knee, THURSDAY. PmurrEES. ONTIIX rs.
block of and and Satchels just received at prices cheaper man ever.CaO every as the FAVORITE Pmt Cjrrrtt AMOHC AND :

bound. Immediately, in the darkness SolaryV corner Bay : And setting Limsclf on the stool, said : I :on FURCHGOTT. BENEDICT CO. RETURNING .and the best machine in the market for the low .-' -. L

he was roughly seized by some one. Pine streets, up sslair "Sll. you see 1 sailed from San Francisco -! 6-27 price charged for it. MOT, REASOABLETERM......

whom :he could not distinguish, nearly -Attention is called to the notice for Hong Kong in the Witch ol THE LATEST STYLES. will leave PALATKA.every THURSDAY cyoi_,. Tkt lateit the MOST latfrmrJ'DESUAKLX tfarJy CASJ Card CBTTKK Cuttett ia is pronounced the 'M.G.U.. BRITT-AL'f?a-my authorized, Agent v aad t.

thrown to the ground, and thus assaulted given by the Board appointed by the the Wave, in the year '53. After we Gentlemen can find every style of Eneas for suits,at and JACKSONVILLE every FRIDAY morning to market,for the general uses of a printing office. Manager,and will always found at to theScabk the uaab1iaI ready

while city council for equalizing assessments, had awhile the small broke very reasonable prices by calling oa FERNANDINA same day arriving in to attend to all business- appertaining -
discharging his duty as an officer been out pox 6-97tf FURCHGOTT, BENEDICT& CO. suit the tide. Tkt Rufslet Card.Cutter with my ment. C IS. MCCLENNYS'LfzekP '.

he asked 4what was wanted" and which appears among our local advertisements. out among us, and _we did have an SAVANNAH and CHARLESTON In time to latest improvements is suH preferred by many printers 16.18n l ,

"what this meant." Receiving neither awful time of it, very.few of u$ fit for VICHY AND KISSENGEN. CONNECT WITH NEW YORK .and holds its favoritism over other machine' ----L...

answer uor explanation- endeavored -The keel of a new steamer has been duty at.the same time, and they compelled Many on rising ia the morning complain of a head STEAMERS. For sizes aod prices see illustrated circulars. For neckties and bows eaUat Bucky's.AMUEL

ache or feeling stupid., A glass ft Vichy or Kissengen of the
direct from the to
Shipped .factory any part
of coarse to release himself and a struggle laid at Brock' shipyard. The new to look after the skk, as well as from"Tuffo"Mammoth fountain; in La Favorita cures AGENTS country. B. HUBBARD, '. .

ensued, in the coarse of which Lane craft is to be a fine river boat swift and work the ship. ,One day, while taking all such un.leasant sensations. 6-i3-if : Orders solicited and can be tiled by return mail. S :

received many severe, blows from the spacious. observations that bowed us to be nearingour RAVEXEL&CO..Ccsu' Address, ? fdcksonrillf, :la.4 .,..

official clubs and is badly bruised. The -W. R. Anno and family was yesterday port..Ifelt a sort of a feverish shivering BUY YOURSELF ABOIE.VJ.z..enioaSLJohn'frives sale. BRAINARD" '& 1WBERTO .Savannah.' ANSON HARDY, ": .tt 111'', .
is eral for 2RO. SON ; -
'
A o -
officer endeavored to chain Lane, as he morning presented with a fine little that lasted long as three days, One of the most desirable places In the vicinity of Jacksonville JEREYS. & FcM 745cotcm Autmrodale,Mass. Importermd Dealer, iA'-? x '

aid. to drag him to the Mayor' .office, girl. Mr. Anno is happy and indulgedIn and then little red spots came out on containing s8 acres-about 8 acres ready for JEFFREYS R. J. ADAMS.&BRO..Jacbv.! Rubber and oil sate at Bucky's. HARDWARE, IRON.' q" AND STEEL,' .. .

hot be released himself, but without a holiday yesterday. Success to the my face and all om)' body, from planting For paitlcuLrs apply at the counting-room. pa OF LAD-
TICKETS AND BILLS :
of TIM NEW SOOTH. 44Sd' THROUGH .
striding the officer and escaped. Very child. these spots rose up pustules which became f ING GIVEN. '- WHEREAS.; At a meeting of the EDGE TOOLS.TABLE antI POCKET1CUTLERY. "

oon and on the same evening Mr. Lane inflamed and the fever banging on CIGARS Jacksonville Gas Light Company ; .,
their manufacture 5J organized un:er the act of the General Assembly '
-An Imported domestic and of own ,
exchange :
repaired. the Captain and gave bonds says all the time without 'intermission.. I] article and at lower price of the Sate of Florida approved January 8. 18S3,held Nails, Cine Putty, Glass.Paints, Oils/
be better a .
well in the can always had.a of IS ..the following .
"We
are not very posted hi the dry Jacksonville January I7th ,
for his appearance on Monday morning j I knew that I had the tim:1J11'0x and went than any other place in the'city, at Goto& Co's La WANTED.A lady of several J'c'experi.oicc rewluuoa was adopted: LEATHER BELTING.RUBBER PACKING. X{'
moral law and ask for information, it, t&ual branches, French That the Trustees of the Jacksonville GasLight
before I berth and staid there s nothing faverita. 6-tytf in the tnglish "HtulrtJ,
to
the Mayor. On Saturday evenIng half my dug cal a situation Teacher in a school Company organized under an act of the Legislature C&OCKERY. PUMPS;
been a Tnnv ARE.
alter has STOVES
his mule and dray were seized by the a. fly requested some .lor.daj s but the little cramped-np BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORSWill a:ui. Reference gives i il required. of the State of Florida approved.January instructcJtOarlnSkV Sib ; &
D
CharLe ?
dozen times to find another roost and H. Ho.75.J 1853,be and they are hereby empowered and "
police and detained at great inconvenience room and a sick sailor or so that 'looked and a compute assortment of r lumber, dressed Ad )1 Bt.i 1 e the capicaillOCk of the several stockholders Least and Iron Pipe x,.a'

tlll persists in roosting on your nose, is and undressed,mouldings,shingles?etc.,at the Depot of this corporation to the books of the Jacksonville Gas
,1, and some los to him. On Monday in at me ocC2\ iooally..,,. That was the landings Light Company organized January 1310, 1874, under DOORS.SASH.BLINDS.MOULDlNGS.
It wrong to swearThe ? Lumber Yard. Orders to be delivered at on OKAHUMKLE, an act of the Legislature ol the State of florida.entitled .. .r
that I remembered for I became ; ; .
I morning without any charge form- steamer City Point will go to last the River receive especial o. FOR EUST1S AND GSIFFIN. 'An act provide for the creation of corporations Mills, Evaporators, &c. ,
*Hj prepared and when undertaking to I delirious. .While in that: state, the;,.vessel Address LOOTS J. Ba 5R. HRRS. and to prescribe their power and fiabQities,* approved ., ',J.
the dry dock for her usual Summer repairs -I August 8th. 1868. without delay in accordance with
explain his case, ordered to "hush his which went into Hong Kong and was sent SILVER SPRING sec. 19*f the by-laws of this corporation.*** GasFiIthiR4rjfag. JMigj.Trunks 1Z1ld-J*
this Dictator WATER.Cbco
The
week.
SODA
FREE ""Which on mo.ion,was adopted. TheSecretary of S2tdOfl19l2ret. ." .thy_
BKHUh," and then being told by tome of has been undt'rgoing'radical changesand up to the hospital. Well, one morning Brother have made arrangements with Gato& .And other t'"g*Dc Ocklawaha. River. this Board of 1'rustees was directed to make the trans.fa ". :

the police that of I came to and looking around found Co. to present every lady wVo purchase goods to the .' of the stock as contemplated ia the above resolution. ; ,
"charges were DO account improvements, will arrive here to- of : Now.therefore, be it known that i in accordance with .
ticket for fcfcus and valCENTRAL atIcky's. :
the fine and costs what"was myself in a strange outlandish looking amount of one dollar with good one said resolution 1 have transferred the stock a*above
were
morro% that oVlktous Soda Water that flows from their mammoth The directed,and there will be a meeting of the said stockholder .
wanted." without charges and withoutany place, with curious and odd characters Fountain. Tkt GlU ;*1 LA FAVOUTA, corner SteamerOKAHUMKEE, *at my office in the city Jacksonville.Florida '
'Oh! George, you have not shaved oar the jth day of August. 1874, to take such further SALOON, .ti '
chance for defence he was fined $., and.emblems scattered around, so I says Bay and Pine. .A. RacaIastev.| : measures u may be meet and proper ia the'. ,
for week burst Irom the ruby lips of L -
a
H. H. HOEG,
and the costs amounting to $2,50. to myself, William, you are dead. Then BAY KEET.j D-OsWsSofLAULa.
a fair lady standing in the dark SPECIAL NOTICE.'J'rnioua : Will every. THURSDAY morning Secretary G. I.Co.Jacksonville. -, jad4olIvWet.L.u f<
We young the other kind 1ft-aUDY .FU..July 18, 1874-7-1.118-1 .
make this Lane about at stock
statement for Mr. looking queer to our taking account of ,we oucr now ?B !.
;
HBt.ANCr
fOSTER ;
ened recess of a porch not from Forsytb : CEO. P.. ,Agent.Fla.Jtdy J.
and at his n-quest knowing him to be a. of chapi that were in there too;wiihfunny pedal bargain ia BkacbJngv Shfrlrngt. Brown as,IS7445t ', '- ,
Itreet. How did she know? Dress Goods Dress Linens. Towels. Quilts Ac. JxYUe Ik- hoops and bustles at Buck, 'The choicest'LIQUORS. ,
inlet fteady man whose word Is believed clothes on, neither like a man '
The a ad that loves Those ia need of dry goods wffl find our prices ex.treml white WINES. "
braidec selb the test vests. .
among hi neighbors. The seizure nor a woman, and their hair Bucky ALES. "
Goes out to sea upon a .uttered'pIk. 9 lov now. N D cr'A'CO.OUIt i. .
.
ofthc dray and mule on such proceed- And puts her trust U miracles for safety.** down behind like a school girl, with big TTtf FURCHGOTT. NOTICE. or FKZZOKAV'S S.&T.Co., &Ac1c-J' LAGER,. .

high II fans in their hands at ,WRIGHT, _. .JkaooWleI1a..July aD.1874. 0.; :;- j -
upon the whole a rich excmpliS- The sweetheart whom Stabbs slapped brushing away ENTERPRISING A.O. Depositors ia the Jacksowrflle Branch of the'above BASS'S.and CLXGER ALE. DTJE1JK.STOUT.
.
cttionofthe extensiyrness of the I with a two inch plank was assured that; their broad yellow faces without any Friend Messrs.Gato*:Co..,have seemingly spared noaaraaeiamtrodudng r-. : ATTORNEY: LAW '_ .1 Company are requested to bring or seaJ their Pass1IcoJl.s J. ""' -
scope of the bca qoaEry always
the handsomest soda fountain to this Branch office at net,tha they may be Fancy Cordiah.and CJgars, .
,
ol a Mayor's court. Mr. Lane nbsolute- the plank was not "shattered," but it; eyebrows. I felt sure they wasn't angels ia thk city., It Is admired by evrryooe and Reed's. B.BT.St..Jaclcsoaville..' ".' -."' Fla.' verified and rvopertj balanced** on hand -
"
vw*et up order of the Commissioners .
By DRWKSin
l JJ md positively denies any drunken-. toot by a "miracle" that she was saved. .-so I says again, my boy I'I believe I the soda from h is pronounced Vy:aB"t" ladies. toJ .be W21 practice la the dlftrent cours of. the State. C 74atl ," .- j..W.r, SWAW. Cashier.' .. .'The finest A MIXEO. v;. v >-,:J"' **.1' Urn.74swna ,

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: ;h.:":;" < ;"-1'" :..: THE NEW 'S UT hSEMI-WEEKr.\:7': : :] :CKSONV :r.CE'-WEDNESDAYJULY: 4J" : 2'9.. )874j I -"1

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i -SILK CULTURE .. .
-No. 2. He -' :;;: '
the cultivation and : .
MISCELLANEOUS. :
". .. says manufacture \ MISCELLANEOUS ,. 'MISCELLANEOUS : MISCsitANIOUS.WHOUSAL .'
; .
: of wine from the Scuppernong =

... >y AMOUNT OF FOOD REQUIRED. is receiving a great amount of attention DOBBINS, ... eoJ' -

: (. lu the Summer of 1842.3 breeder in North Cafolina, and the interest A.N. ... //FLORIDA 'SAVINGS, .BANK aa--

-. ; taadc a series of experiments| by i is rapidly on the increase. He GUNSMITH. LOCKSMITH. J. HOLLAND, : ,

t I.' 'which' he ascertained that the' silk; thinks the State: will, in a few.years, '. A. AND 'REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE. -
: ''' irni1 during' its AND GENERAL JOBBER WATCHMAKER AND i '
: be
last able
stagecon io furnish l S -
a very large supply [Incorporate J July! 6th, 1874.]

: sutned nearly its own weight of to the great commercial wine marts Comer Bay and Hogan Streets .' JEWELER, ... 'OFFICE IN LOVERIDGE'S BUILDING OCEAN STREET.

l ;; leaves daily; and that the amount of of the world. He concludes as follows .:, Corner Pine and Bay Sts., JACKSOHVH.LE. h.A..JUl1 nt. 1874. }' .
'exhalations or imperceptible JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA! NOTICE Is hereby given of the Incorporation of lit Fl riJ.Saoimgt Bunk sad XMI&11I1' jctkf*. ---- -,.' --
I. perspiration : 4' ..JACKSONVILLE.FLORIDA.o the provisions of the laws of the State of Florida with the principal place of business in the city of
given off in proportion to the In consideration of the demand fora .-:0- Jacksonville. I OtCttS AT SAYAJDUMI nicu.:I
quantity of food i SEWING MACHINES CLEANED -: :- The general nature of the business shall be that of a Bank for Savings and Loans.and the purchase and sale (
consumed was ascertained good article of sruppervong wine, AND of Real Kstate;Mortgagek, Bonds.Stocks.Gold and Silver Treasury Warrants. &c.:

I : to be about,the same we should its enormous productiveness and the REPAIRED.ORDERS ; New Jewelry, Clocks,.Watch 1 he capital stock (which may be Increased at any meeting of ,harcholders called for that purpose) shall bejo.000 H. ROBINSON
;
| :of whkh to per cent. shall be paid in upon commencing business,'and the balance in installments as
!
.' expect from a healthy man. I found superior facilities for manufacture, it cs, Diamonds, Plated and the business of the corporation may require. WHO"'UIt KIT AILDRUGGIST

,. that the weight of 100,000 silk-worms is subitted to the planters and farmersof .FROM THE COUNTRY PROMPTLY 1., Solid Gold and Silver This corporation will go into operation July 6th, 1874'.'and continue twenty year ,
i C ATSENIJEITO. 1 he highest amount of liability to which this corporation subject itself shall be'250,000. ,,,
'five days before their time of winding the South for their consideration .I Ware, etc. The officers of'this' corporation shad serve without salary -until otherwise provided by a vote of the stockholders *' Hoeg Block, Bay St.,

J 1 was 458 {pounds, and that they would as being the most profitablecrop I ,. ,,. '- The design' of the, Florida Savings\ Bank is to afford to those who are desirous of saving their money the, JACKSONVILLE, ..FLORIDA.I .

consume daily; 372 )pounds of leaves that can be raised. Wheneverpure SATISFACTION GUARANTEE) means of sa ely employing U at a good rate of interest to hi lr.vestcdundcr the direction well-known citizens.
1 : and that their DIAMONDS PEARLS AND {PRECIOUS AT.HOME.-home securities well-known value, instead or running the risk of losing it by entrusting it to I I COMrOVNOIMC MMCBimOJtS A'Plcu.,.n.1 I ITV" 4
: increase in weight in Scuppernong' or native wines are "I .n ofbb lock. STONES SET IN foreign corporations to be sent to far off cities for investment. .
: ., twenty-four hours from the food furnished the -. FINE GOLD.Initial OFFICE**.-Tb. officers of this corporation shall consist of a President, a Vice President and Treasurer anda .
consumed to public at $1.00 per Board of three Directors be chosen November and hold -4
;, CENTRAL SALESROOMS or more to anuually commencing s, 1875. to office
was forty-six pounds, and the gillon, we may expect its general use THE ,until their successors are duly chosen. "' BARNEY'S
remaining amount MaIlTJNGS.-Regular meetings of the corporation for the election of officers and other business,shall be held
of 206 pounds, among the mases', and a correspond. ; Letters a"dFa7 annually, commencing November i, 1875 -
AN AUCTION Monograms
was given off( in the same time in the ing decrease in the use of distilled AND GENERAL COMMISSION HAMK Hovas.-The regular hours for transaction business shall be f'MD19 o'clock a.m. to 3 o'clock p- m FLUID EXTRACT
: form of HOUSE. Engraving done in daily except Sundays and holidays.and on Sa urdays Until 7 o'clock p. m. b
exhalations or imperceptible spirits-especially the vile adulterated i an artistic manner. OKl'OSm.-Dcp..sirs. wiu be entered in the books of the corporation and also In a book to be given to the de
; perspiration alone. This Bay Street near Laura positor. This book .ill be evidence of his or her property. When moneys are withdrawn this book must be B
I think the
: wr.isky, now national beverageand JACKSONVILLE. broueht to the Bank to have the payment entered. Depositors may take out the money themselves or, in case UCH U 51
establishes the importance of ventilation national curse of the nation. We absence or sickness it will be paid to their order properly witnessed and accompanied by the book. Deposits -
.
in PUBLIC SALE. every SATURDY.. 617-1w Standard time Chronome. will be repaid at any time when called for,when there is a sufficient am..ntln the treasury uninvested; otherwise
every possible form-but of earnestly recommend every ,person by ,at the earliest practicable period in the order In which they may be Called for. The:only known remedy: for"BRIGHT

:. ". the quantity of food consumed we will I owning one acre of land to plar.t a ter rated by transit INTEREST.-Interest at the rate of seven and three-tenths per cent.or two cents per day on $ioo>) will be paid
: ORRIS A. DZIALYNSKI annually upon all deposits which shall have remained three months or mere in the Bank,to be added annually
speak again. few vines (the more the better.) Let M observations. to the principal of the iJepositnr.ACCOAITTS 'S DISEASE

: HATCHING HOUSE. UNCALLED r on.-Any account to'which nothing shall be added and whch: shall have remained S
j wine-making become institution
an- uncalled for for seven years,shall cease to bear!ztetest. 5,
:> :) ,
I. In one corner of the building there in the whole land, and the ImTrors of. AUCTIONEER ACCOUNTS their PAYABLE TO H 111tS.-lf persons. die. who own money' in this Savings Bank,the money will be And a positiVe remedy tot
AGENT PUB THE CELEBRATED flORaL AXD paid to legal representatives. -
'
.. should be a hatching room so" arranged i intemperance will vanish like mist ANDCOMMISSION CouBVOtsiEB W ATfH. BANK Booxs.-Although the officers will endeavor, by all possible means,to prevent frauds*Jet all pay
-. that, artificial heat before the Mobile ments to persons producing the bank-books shall be vail.I payments to discharge the corporation. GOUT
:
GRAVEL (
1 be morning sun.-
used if RtCisfr. ,
may STRICTURES
CHILDREN'S ENDOWMENTS Parents of
MERCHANT ,- or guardians minor children may deposit money as trustees! for the ,
i' (': found. necessary, to hatch the eggs. .. -. benefit the principal.ef such minors until they- become of age Interest upon. which',may be wi hdrawn. annually or added to DIABETES, DYSPEPSIA; .
-
;: I I FIXTURES. Charleston is have 49All kinds! of merchandise received SPEciAL ENDOWMENT' PLAN.-Deposits in the Florida Savhigs Bank amounting to$70 during each year for a NER.VOUS DEBILITY 3
to a new and on consignment term often will secure the depositor a cash of the end of the
; -, and sold COFFINS AND UNDERTAKERS yean payment $1,000 at term, or proportionately DROPSY
,;: ,. In (fitting up a room of twenty feet handsome theater, costing not less at auction or private sale. on smaller or larger annual deposits. In case of Inability to complete the ten annual payments the< wide with hurdles = can withdraw the amounts already paid in,upon g ving three mon.hs notice together with the accrued interest
of feeding shelves than $140,000. It will be called I Every description of goods 'entrusted to me fur sale thereon. This plan unlike ordinary life Insurance.secures the depositor against forfeiture of previous payments NON-RETENTION OR INCONTINENCE Of
T. .
the better plan is to place on each I Continental Block, and will add a L will he disposed of tt METALLIC and offers a safe andeasy;;; method of providing a handsome endowment for tl e future of parents,children friend. URINE'IRRITATION, 1NFLAMATION.
side of CASES, or the c'epositor Individually. Special deposits not to be withdrawn for ten years. will entitle the depositor to OR ULCERATION OF THE
: the room table frame, /. e.:\: great deal to the architecural beautyof BEST FIGURE POSSIBLE AND a certificate for daub It tki amount ef rack dtforiti,payable in ten years in favor ef any person designated.
the table: minus the shelves. the LOANS.-All moneys received on deposit shall be invested in first mortgages 6n real and personal property In
top The city. WOOD; COFFINS this State of at least double the value, or in other ample collateral securities. BLADDER
I :. I: size of I legs and side boards to be the -. ._ to the owner, and prompt and accurate returns made. REAL ESTATE.-This corporation will act as trustees sor the purchase and sale of'real estate or the renting AND KIDNEYS,
.
t S ::: \. same as in an ordinary pine or oak Detroit Free Press: "Are there PALMETTO -_- and management of estates and.property generally.
'. BLOCK. JAMES H. PAINE. SAM'L SPEARING JONATHAN C. GREELEY, SPERMATORRIKEA .
1. 1 table. / ,
;:< The table frame to be four any fools in this town ? asked a I 5-27-sw3m Jacksonville. Fla. President. Vice-President. Treasurer -

I ':\ :- feet-wide and the same length as the! stranger of a newsboy, yesterday. Sea-side villa sites for sale on Fort George Island. The finest sea bthingcool sea breezes. magnificent i
: Leucorrhcea
I i', : room leaving I don't know IVKRY. SALE AND FEED! STABLES '_ drives over fifteen miles in rxtent : grand avenues opalmetto. cedar.oak. magnolia myrtle.: &C.. &C. or Whites Disease of the ProtlraM
j space sufficient eitherend replied the L Gland.Stone In tha BUddcr
at boy; ,Colculiis,Gravel Brick,
;Call and see the photographic views at the Florida :b-vings Bank and Real Estate Exchange Ocean street, dust or
:i, :' ;:' for -a_person. to pass around with why are you lonesome?" B :o
1\, b case vpou Inc top or the table 7-S-iS-tf Ocean.near Forsyth street. -
-- '
,' OF ALL SIZES AND
QUALITIES.LADIES' -
frame, in.the stead of the --- .
,J .', top boards: GENERAL DIRECTORY.: KEARNEY'SEXTRACT
of the table, should be nailed strips 8T,TE. EMBALMING DONE AND WHEN GENTLEMEN'S ROBES. C.
RtyUlRED. J.
.. : UENGLE DRUGGIST
of boards two inches in width anti Gnernor-M.: : L. STEARNS. ALSO,

_ : ,' ..fifteen inches ap.ut, thereby making Lieutenant O"v'r"ortIlcMar".f ,t' U>-S-B. Me MX. __ i) MARBLE AND MARBLEIZED JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDATOBACCO I BUCHU

0 a tabLe. with an open or lattice-work Cnn trollrt -O. A. COWGILL.Trt.su. SLATE MANTELS.
t ,- .*r-C. H. FO-TtH: S Permanently cures all Diseases of the
i top. The stuff of which the table Alton-) O neral-WM. A. COOKK. SLATE HEARTHS, &c. -
,
.: t. is made should be well Comm'rot lotr-on: and. Immigration EAGAN. The best and most stylish livery teams in the city BLADDER. KIDNEYS AND *DROPSI.'
planed and Mi11-1 intend nt of Public II.a'rul"bn-J. C. O1BB3.euiieKng.ni.ur ran boo found at the Stable of the undersigned near the MANUFACTURED TO ORDER -
: ,, dressed in order to prevent mice ; -A. II. ALBEKGEK. Florida Home,'-co""",r ol Cedar and Fonsyth Streets. AND FOR SALE BY CAL SWELLINGS
; from SUPREME COU11T.Chltf Horses boarded and well cared fur on reasonableterms.
( climbing up to the worms. The CALVIN
OAK
Existing In men;women and children!
.. hurdles used are of net twine-work. AssuCiuto Justioe-E.Ju.tkxi-J.M. RAMP D WEST.LL.OTT, Strong teams for hauling purposes always on hand. Fortyth Street between Laura and Hogans, H11' :

'i''i't. A frame is first made five feet long K. B. VAN VAL M3EI1O. W. AVERY. twj6-ig Jacksonville.Florida. t-ii'- NO MATTER WHAT THE .
AGE!
J and two feet Clerk-LYMAX B FO9TKK. Jacksonville, Fla.. May 3'), 1874. tf .-
: wide of boards
; seven- CIRCUIT COUKT. -
-
; y. MEVALL.ICBURIAL. D p
eightns of an inch thick and an inch let Judicial Circuil-W. W.VAV NESS Pensaoola. }fro!: Steel says; "one bottle of KearB.-y's Fluid '

:'a .: and a half wide. There should be 24.' P.W WHITE. QII'n"v. CAR __ Extract Buchu" is worth more than all other Buchua
CASES combined
I t 3d" 14 Wm MlYi-ON LIT* ak.th" On and after the first of NovemberSELECT IIJI t
.' two pieces across this frame to give it R. n. AI1.CHlaso4LIJ.J.bon-
.
I II T firmness. nil.. WOOD COFFINS Price One Dollar per Bottle,or Siz Bottles for The
On a line h If PRIVATE %
: an inch from Eth Ju.lidtl Circuit-J. II. O08-. Ocala. BOARD ; ___ Dollars. .
.,l the inner of ftb" J T. 1 ft '.. ,
edge the frame driven OBII. mp* _
be _
are can had in the family of Colonel A.M./JONES. _
4 ..
'lth" J. W. I'KICJ:, Ea.'iviUc. DEPOT. 104. DUANE ST.. NEW YORK. \
tacks nrarly down to their heads Murdoch House, r'ursyth street, between Liberty ______ .
:1 .....: ity I and Washington. r. L ; P
: such distances apart as will make the I DUV.iL COUNTY.Cour.tr DAY ____ : r' V A Physician; in attendance to answer. correspondenceand '
COAKDERS _
.. meshes of the -. ., .>iI! -z- ,, i give advice gratis.JaSEND .
net: about three quarters! Judfte-W. A. llrLEAN.Clerk satisfactorily accommodated. 4 .,, ____ -: .
CourtCKAK liAKT.
.
r :' of an inch square. Good linen twine thenff-jnSErn UUUKEK.: For further information apply at this offices or to AND STAMP FOR PAMHLETS rEsEll ,
I t'? A. M. JONES! at realdcnce.RrPE5E1'CE .,1
1 4s then used to make the net: by 'tata8o1icht..r--T! A. VcDONXRtX CASKETS.ROSS' -

I ;;i;: :: : it over the heads of the tacks passing and County'urr-J.Ho,icit W.r-CMA8 tWAlM.Aei'orL II.. SUMUEBaTrea ', $:

;:, -: O. OIUmLKY.CoIlt'ctor.I'ET.t.RJ..NUS. Mayor J. C. Grede,. Fleming & Daniel, D. G. MARBLE-FRONT BLOCK NEARLY : i
inputting in the filling pass it overand \\mbler J. H. ."'onon, C. L. Ruhinson. OPPOSITE OLD STAND. TO TILE I

under the woof, that is, weave i it Sup rinloadmt..r.nh'>ol..-C. F. MAWBEY.Anctiomrt :'a kscui'iIfr. Fla. Ottottr a8. 18n. tf Bay Street: JaiksonviOe Fla. CIGARS ,
like cloth -J. L. Burrh J. C. llttumirg y. A. ,
and then at some time Dr.aymkLItotary -E. WASGATE. NERVOUS AND DEBILITATED

J : when the twine has shrunk and Public-John O. IlarM, F. B Kn pp.T. A.BUESING, i
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tightened -
8. KellH., C. P.'Cooper, Cb .. M. dumm -1, W. O. 0 -- -,
by the dampness of the atmos J.ff.u. E.iwin Ilifctina! Wro. M L-owith. E M. Respectfully; calls the attention of the citizens and merchants FOR ST. AUGUSTINE. PIPES AND SNUFF OF BOTH SEXES.NC .
... phere varnish it with Ghetity, Tno U.Maxry,J. 'V. Swum H.Gntifrer, to t e BFAUTIFUL bOA he manulacture
; two It is the best -
good Washing. Barber and Toilet
CHARGE
.1 coats; Joe U. I'tirki, C. Cudnngtoir' W. L.C.anJ.W. Soap ever : FOR ADVICE AND CONSULTATION.
.
I ., of gum shellac. This varnish is made i Wbtn.y.! and made. bars.This Soap is put up in boxes contain; So Ibs THE SCHOONER .

1./ by dissolving a quantity of gum shellac n.lI.Couiity IIOt Commir g.T.d Elha.H.Ione'inerf-Mllen Fiiee. E. Fortune Orders 90 should be addressed to ..: > AT WHOLESALE BY -, i

in a tin vessel, covered and placed Justice or the Pea e-W. W. f) tnnunn, W. A. S-i6tf A. UUESING. Box 721 Magnolia DK J. B DYOTT, graduate of Jefferson Media
fiuoimrrall C. F.Townwt.d. Henry O Tlwn. Jaiie, Jacksonville. Fla. College. Philadelphia
aUlhorohcyeral..luabieworirs.
.: '
f ; near the fire. It should be reduced I it. Wiiron U. P. Chn.p,41 A. ii. Fbilip- WI.. S L B. KNIG-HT: & CO. on be consulted on all diseases of the Sexual at Urinary f
'. hen used to the consistency of C(' n, A Buet'.tik; Wiu. Ouidjn, J. F. Koliing: I. Wm make regular trips I-'!;ans. (which he has mode an especial tudy)
paint. W. Menard.Knrrpjor. HEAVENS AND TilE EARTH I. between either in male
; TIlE Jacksonville& or female no matter from*hat cause or-
: if .I Another set of frames or hurdles is "Clm. F EmSth.In.pcotnrs St. Augustine BAY iginating or of how long standing. A practice of jo

i I' :, II,. made same .as above but covered with LFr'c.Jr. of Luo.Lt'r-.lI.. Ifooly,R.W.Cone Freights at low rain / STREET, between Laura and Hogan, years cnaVts him to treat diseases with success. Cure (
I For freight guaranteed. Charge reasonable. Those at a ditunco
or
:; : strong cotton or linen cloth. Con.labl.0.. II. Y.r" S. 'Wi 1100. J. Smith: J. passage can forward letter describing s;,raptoms and enclosing
1 :, these the Upon J. Foi bes.Jamn Lane, J H Brovn. TRIBUNE EXTRA NO. 9, apply to WILLSON.& WHlTLOCK Jacksonville Florida. sump to pay postage
: net frame f
rests, and the (Now; Ready) Jacksonville Fla., .
"
4 -. ri'
.J ..> the litter that falls through the : JOXE3. S.t! St" Augustie, Fla.
net BT
;J : 4:. from the Aldermen-1J. A.. TIIKBAUT: E. W.DF. "NY.A. J. .. B. J. DYOTT. M. D., .
% ,' worms With this kind of I KUfJELLW WITbOVOL8.WM M.DO I'. MR. RICHARD A. PROCTOR. N. MARR T THE -
i jr ; .' screen and hurdle forms WH K. L. I FLR3ZINOJACOB HUFF, A. .1. I. TUB SUN. A PUBLIC Physician and Surgeon 104 Duane St,N.T.
winding
made are informed that I have
bENTLEY: H. I1UBUAUU. just added to my stock a great variety of CLOTHING of '
t:. es follows are used. A light frame of Uannal-E FORTUNE III.II. THE SUN'S FAMILY op PLAKSIS. SOLICITOR OF PATENTS, the bent manufacture together with a new supply of FASHIONABLE DRY GOODS. Latest
;t ".. Clerk-W II CUi.IHTY.TreiuurerCIIAH COMETS' AND METEORS. style Broadway SILK HATS, &c. The entire line of goods were purchased: at panic ,
.t' boards the size IV. 1 MOON.V. : pisces
of the former screens FIUDRNBEHO.AMr ME 1319 8th street N.W.,Washington, D C. con uea I -
:i : II WONDERS OF TUB STAB DETTHS. PROSPECTUS
'
: is filled crosswise with thin laths one ..*oi-C. H.SIMJdON$ VI. BIRTH AND GROWTH or THE SoLAR SYSTEM. Patents procured for: Fifty Dollars.! NO patent. no R ythe. 'p LAC E- THE
1 ; '. Colli-C;e>r-t'II1LIf I > WA LTKU. Write for information.!
: oJ. and a half inches apart in the clear. Clerk ..( .srlr-WM.. GARVIN.Fhyid.u.C. The Extra also contains lectures delivered at the An.dcr.o pay. 7-hf where NEW. YORK WEEKLY HERALD
.1 I School on Pcnikese KUnd but never before pub you can get the best goods cheapest is at the store of the undersigned. .
These ; ;
frames serve both for winding City DREW Jr. lished. I' .

". frames and for ladder for the worms By rROI'-\ LOUIS AGASSIZ. M USIC HAS CHARMS !f TO ]AMt.S CORDON BENNETT

:t to mount, MASONIC.Solomon U .meet.the wauts of this community.i I have made it an object to FKorKJaroit.Broadway .
& upon. I. FIRST LESSONS TO THE AKDEXSON SCHOOL;
Lndee Xo.20-M. Bowrc W. M.; Cha* -
.i i r ... -- -.__ Kliotfftt..: II. Konnmun.Tmu. H>eular mrcin4.: II.! THE ART OF TEACHING. S BY. and Streets
Ann
: I.. and 2d "'od..d..of..ch montlT ng III. THE BKST BOOKS TO TVDY. *
.i ; ..,.'. 1 The Scuppernong. Duval Lod. e.No. l-K %'eigi'... W. )I.; B. II. IV. CLASSIFICATION IN NATURAL HISTORY. on!) from those manufacturers whose goods hate world-wide celebrity. My assortment ofN The WEEKLY HERALD Is publisbcdCYCr'Sat-

_ ;.L- In an article Veboter. &-e.-D. June, T>I-r. Kopnljr: met-tu. g* VI.V. GLACIAL HISTORY OF THE CONTINENT. PRICE REDUCED.THE CLOTHING urday. at five,cents per copy. Annual.sub&cripUoa.-
on Grape and Wine I..t and 3d )t"nI.)a of each mnnth. NOTABLE WORM ON VARIOUS Tones. '
I price:-
:.:, Industry of the South," just through M ckiun\llle'ChapterNa.E. H.P. 12 B A.Y-J., 8.DrilPr.(: The Proctor-Agassis Extra takes the number and has no equal in this city,and. I intend to sell at such rates that my store One Copy . ''Jj
: : ; M Bovn,8ec ; D Joi-e-.Ouaid. U-g- : in THE TRIBUNE Extra Series of "
; !' the Southern place the "Credit ISto Three .. .
Cultivator Copies -_ -
Mr. ala m..l1nrll..at l rid -mh S
A. C. I iy of mnutR.anatui Mobilier "
: and will
Extra. hereafter be
substituted 'lot .
r "h: Cook says of the CcmiumMirrv No.2-J. H. Dri \'n, E. that in the Library for One Dullar." unle otherwise be the centre, of trade. Visitors in want of TRUNKS will find a new and excellent supply Five Copies. .J.-.8.. .
Scuppernong that it BEST Tea.Copics. -
-
THE WORLD.
j:. C.; I' C. Uawkl'.ts Hf' ordor. RegulAr mcetlngi 1stnJ ordered. Price postpaid, to any address in the United 'IN 'AT' 15

is never' destroyed by late Spring I. 24 TurMiatati curb'".nlb. States jo cents; twenty copies to one,address, f 1.50. K THE GREAT SOUTHERN BAZAR. of every size and price. Rcmb r.. that at the store Postage five cents per copy for three! months.
: az:s::: frosts, by excessive wet weather by fiT*TE 4IFFICER8. 43 The Series of 14 TRIBUNE Extras now published known as Any larger number addressed to names of subscribers -
'. mildew Grand Master-A J Uu..*ril. Jaksnnville.. by mail to any address the United Mates for One i. Ji SO ea.h.
S. by rot or by insects. It is Gr.nd l*. pU'Y k Ult'I'-IJ. U Wiir-. TklUhasvee. Dolbr Circulars giving detaIls of THE TRIBUNE Extras An extra copy will be sent to every dull often .
proof against all these fr. Gr liJ W.d'nP Jordan., F-rnnndina. free. Address THE TRIBUNE. New-York. WILL LAST A LIFE-TIME RUCKY'S. Twenty copies to. one addnJs.! .ooe year, f>5, and
things, and it larger number at the same
Jr. Grand W rd.n-.... Waaxate.la- k-onvil e. any price.
1 is entirely free (rain disease, all of GrunilTr a. 'iit-I) I.. O..ley.lI.1ltlc. I.". TRIBIIKB.43-Now: Single is the copies time to one subscribe for THE WEaKLY: S GREAT SOUTHERN BAZAR. BAY STREET, JACKSONVILLE. FLA.. you can find Two extra copies will be sent, to club of twenty.
year. fa; 1'hirty Copies These make tie: WUKLT .
Grind ) O JM rkin< J"lkWlnvllle. all kind rate* HIRALD the cheap.
which P.'cTery-I 40 ol goods cheap for CObh.
.J renders it to one addlbl.f.each, and the
emphatically the .. extra copy to iett..rJIPof est publication in the
Orard ChapUlu t -It r Jf>< n P.nn)'. the 4-4tf *}. Tmrtrv.' country.
1i, ..;. grape (or the South. Oriua Tyli r-lJnud l'rOM.Jncktunville.lli Address club. Specimen copies. '1 tree. J- Terms cash in advance. Money- sent bv- mail will be
HE TRIBUNE New-York "
at the risk of the sender.
.1 r Mr. Cook further "'TKICT DEIU'Y' OUAND MAdTKUS.Ut : : 0'0' A of the WEEKLY will bo:
HMALO
on portion
goes to assert lJulr1d-lJ. O. Al
i I that the juice of the Scuppernong( by ."* -II. Rrti'ca, Cl.al'aboocLeo.3d .. 'N EW YORK TRIBUNE.HAVE : appropriated Pomology and to the Agriculture management Horticulture.of domestic Floriculture ID mals. i

4 B THylor Live Hllk.tlb" Particular attention will be also of die- "
proper treatment, is capable of being J.8 rlygkionvillr.. OV THE CELEBIATID'SHONINGER paid to Report '
Mark ts'
: :"t converted into the finest grade of Jrh"V H.Loi.g,0.-ai WE TWO BRAINS tDr. I The aim will be to.make the WBUCLT HUALD superior ,
.. .
.
., .
tb" Z. H. U Omnm; Spring. C. E. Brown-f equard.
J Muscated wine .- to any other agricultural and.family newspaperin !
sweet .
or injo superior 'lth.: }'mnk Hrnrch. Ikmpa. ORGANSIN the
f light dry wines. Several wine factories nAn:OFFICE" OF O BAND CUAPTEtt B.A.II. IS ALCOHOL A POISON T :: ROYAL R R. Every country.pumuer of the WUKLT HMALD will contain
i t Grand IIMi I',. ft M.1i-'ss.Juct'ouvUe. Dr. Wm. A. Hammond. a select story and the latest and most important news
", I upon scientific bases, are being IVputj Grand high l'rwJlt-i.! Iuii,J.ck onvnl DAILY. USE. by telegraph from all parIS ot the world!. up to. the hour.
I 1 established in. North Carolina ... THE POET LONGFELLOW. ; : Of pubhca on. '
I ; in O>nd Kirir-B. O. Ald rmnn. M.ruinnt. James T. Fields. : m : During the session i Congress the.WHMLT HIXALB

these establishments grapesare bought, urand, e-D. C. \tllm-n' Tal.aha sec. .. will contain a sumnrary of the proceeding; and the bt
or made into wine shares Ora d Trcwurcr W. A. Youn Jackbonrille.OID U. S. SURVEY OF THE WEST. : : en news, by telegraph front Washington,Political K-'
thus
t tm re. FELLOWS.. (With Map) Under Ucut. G. 101.Wheeler. The best musical talent,of the ,country recommend :.1_' ,t NOTICE TO TRAVELLERS. :;: ligious. Fashionables Artistic Literary and Sporting.
lieving from the Inc Uigence Obituary Notices Varieties.Amusements.'
growers troublesome 7 orida Lodge No. 1-Wm.U. Cook. IT.0.; 8. M. ,' .
TiMkrrtt. & Bejtular these Organs. The nicest and best. More for your ".-t Editorial Articles en the prominent topics of the day.
riik-of making wine, ,and always insuring f.II.L taeetmg every' Turtday. THE HORSE IN AMERICA. '. review of the Cattle and Dry Goods Markets,Trnsadat -'
*. .. reliable aad UElL\NCE SOCIETIES. (Illuslratdd..) Discoveries. by Prof. G. C. Marsh money, and gives''better. satisfaction.. than any other ,.; 4.J"- and Commercial intelligence and accounts paying ;
market '
I .(grapes., The vineyards of Halifax:. ThvaI DI.,K.Uion$.>Regular o I-Henry mating Kane* Tery, N. l'Tr.nn.;'OfO.WrFraiier :. SAFETY<<' AT SEA.. now made. %.Theicotnprise: ; Sn -the'.4.k '..?..v_.-.,'- f, "'" ;ri8ke Close portant The HBAU and interesting employ events n-> agent of the week ID the country'.or. *

I county are arbored with wire three day I.\eht.t\ 0 nd Ten | la.', ltalI. Hofg-s Block. (Illustrated) Iron steamers that will not Ink. Passengers Connection in distant cities to canvass for subscribe!*.as none are
1 Jacka and half the WiiKLV HMALD should be treated
asa cmnao&swindler.
a tons this Ward. W.C.T. H. W.Ii I \ .-
put up season. : ; A. Hearing. 8. Meet evtiry ul report of She important Papers read at 'the April .
The club abolished the
I The vines are trained about eight, Wodocixlsy e"tuing in lIoe.'. UI* 1.(Sd door). meeting of the National Academy Sciences at WashIngton -. VIA THE system safe and system h agency.
KcMue Ixidye No. S, I.".0.T..lEnit Jack-o" II.IS. .)! ,and at the May meeting of the American Oriental '- I i c5 ,
-- I ,feet above ground, and when the ar- JL Wtlxttr W. C T.; C. M. Jones., W. K.8.MtetiYrycvrnloR Society at u&toul.are published In fuU in THE : ': : .- The price of Ibpo. whenever practicable

I bors are covered, will produce about road bridge. at Orov 113, n.r iRs shell! TRIBUNE tXIRA No. 19.\ Price in sheet form so .Illustrated Catalogues*sent by.mail. postpaid to any ; SAVANNAH & CHARLESTON sod mode be transmitting Office b O..It I.the
t cents: in pamphlet, ao cents.or seven for|l. money tl.
I :3,000 gallons of must acre. For FIRE DEPAETMEiT. I ICbe' Circulars: giving full details of the CO tents of all address;upon application to At small Post Offices in the country Post Office
I per [ Engineer me* JI. UOIl.I. THE TRIBUNE EXTRAS free by mail. AND Orders cannot be obtained money may b semitIc
the manufacture of champagne, the .., A..lllla t-JOkph Xanok. in Registered Letters. .
I wine,of this offers 81o-&m Ifm Engine ilecliai.!.'*-Tboi.Molt,Fore THE WEEKLY! TRIBUNE Si: SHONINGER & CO., Advertisements to a limited number wIll b Insertedin
grape superior in' nan.JEioa .- the WIIKLT HUALH. '
I ... ducements to those engaged in the :sum Fire Engine-WillUn Bays, ,Foreman PORT, ROYAL RAILROAD Price of DAILY HIBALD,, four cects a copy. Annual '
business and Alert Iloea So. 1-4. C. Vandcrnriff.. Fomasn., 7.he Farmt"-.s Favorite Pafer,. New Havens Conn. subscriptioB price$12,always in advance. <
no doubt large quantities I I'hwnlx Hone No." -.1..1. Uu*.e 1,Foreman. "*

will soon be required for the business. Alphas? Rook and Ladder. Co.-T. A. Wilton, untIl Jan. I11$73fof Address "'. THE .THE'linest Pictures ever taken hi Florida caD now For'Augusta'F Atlanta, Chattanooga, Memphis I Nashville. Louisville; Cincinnati '; .Wrt, lh bold- ddres and legible*O fetters hand to and the N give**the YOI aama Haa-1 of

The writer wishes to correct a mistake oreozan. BAKKS.Fr .- Trnvz. New York WOOD &,BICKLE'S Gallery !, St.' Louis, 'Chicago, and all points North, South, East and West. each 1 sbb.of Po Office County and State I

which he published in the rdman'* fann,'* Bank coma of Pine and t D e D mailing paper will b tiabl*1
Culti'vaforin F.tb attwu.J. W. Swalro, CaJbler.* A. O. IIUSSEY. occur. -
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HOWELL.HUSSEY .
1869 and 1870 in relation to I).O.Aaibti-r Banking Ilviuit Boy slroe.. T. B.' -. JNO.W. -
The Ja&.". ( TRAIN LEAVES DAILY 'AT 1.9.30'A.. M.
amount of acid contained in the Aajitcr.Bank1g OF PRACTICE
K. W.
I_ Home. Bay street,comer .A
I Scuppernonj; grape. Since that time,, tf Ocean. HOTELS. & :HOWELL .' RULES CODE.

- he has, with TwitchelPs PASSENGERS HOLDING TICKETS BY OTHER LINES'CAN GET THEM
Acidometer Grand
NatIonal Bay trt' pear Julia,Oeo. Me- 'h The *<
.. tested this grape in Mississippi OitiU-y Proprietor.. WHOLfSALE'AND; RETAIL DEALERSIN' -, ". .' EXCHANGED (thereby-avoiding delay in Savannah) AT printed a'YltfA ottT DU
,,
UttropoJ.pn, 2Tevuan ktraet,. sear Biy, J.-'B. with the act of xSltrepealing
_ North tho Supreme
Georgia and Togui.
South Carolina, Proprietor. : the Cod of Procecdure.and the full text of.
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: "and ound the juice of the Scupper- Bufflngvio.Oouun. House 1ruprietreirf.Ftotida Ocean tract. near Bar, XI it. 0. L BOOTS HOES :'V "BKEN'S TICKET OFFICE, Blount's C(a of 1861) now in. force- alll pamphlet

tong to contain from eight mills to I Home,comer Forsyth>> and Cedar treota, i
W.E. Slockwrt Manager The will .convenient M!
'completion prove .yery
: fourteen, varying according to climate, -- -LEATHER & FINDINGS. : j 1 : 21 BULL STREETSAVANNAH, GA. .' profession. Price'Two, D.Cash orders solicited.

: soil and season ; and by fermenting FEDERAL OFFICERS. i : / ., tiu -- -i i -. ..__ "* I Address DYKE Tallahassee.V ft SON. .
Collector of euatoma-J. 11. SCOTT. I 5I\w4
upon the husks double the amount of I Ueputy Collnotor-C. W. I !
HLKW.Ir !: -
_ complete assortment of New'York and fine STRICTLY RELIABLE 'INFORMATION FURNISHED. "
acid and aroma can be eliminated. pwlor 4 UUatomn IIIOUIXS. Philadelphia ORN'AND O '
I PMtm...ter-E. M. OUENKY.: Goods .,' .. T
The sac'harine properties range from I Colarvot iA IiiMtli: U.v.nu_A. A.3CNIOUT ,always on hand. ''' "

eleven to fourteen per cent., occasion. 1.or-Gtq..J-J.U. aa"uger-TH08. McMUliEAY.tr. W GILBFRT.. .' Sole agents' in Jacksonville for Samuel Dunbar .Co.'s DAILY PAPERS Ju received,At W.a.large H, stock lm -ST and otp.-

ally as high as eighteen per cent., and Ir I ti CIRCUIT COtTBf.; .. M.Isses' an d.t hildren's Fine Shoes. :- ._ ... > ;:-. -'. ... From the following cities on file every day, FREE TO EVERYBODY: 'Boston. Bay.St. D Laura. !,
r Uiually requires about one of JulgePUIUPFKiBKK.AuornoyJ. ;': "New; York BalliJiore San .
pound Philadelphia Francisco'Chicago

I r[ )best refined* cane sugar to the gallon,I .v.hI&I-..OUiA5r.)B.:C. DKfiW.rirrkJ.K.TOWJffcEXD.. .. .. :..' '".......'?:: ., I Goods. sen. V by.. r mail.. or- express to all--. 1 partoftheState-?' ,-"< --i-v--i;; '.c': '': ". T; ': : ,,St.. Louis, Cincinnati,. and; many others.. :liV. ,. : Percale shirts,'M'ace,at, ,B. -,

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io make I he "best wine. C. 8. KegieUT la lS4fltkrupty-P. FHASEK.V .. l ., ': Street; Laura -TijC : ; ;v"". ; Port ":r ': EMBRANT PICTURES ,.WOIIt..BC:

i ., ..- t-.., .. < .. -, -" '.Bay. : near. Jaeksowtuepiv.' :',: :- ? v:" < ''' \ ,. f w. -Qu'iek'Th7Eand-Sa! 'Connections via the Royal Railroad; ; 7- LEO GALLERY. .. v

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