The new South
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Title: The new South
Uniform Title: New South (Jacksonville, Fla. 1874 Semiweekly)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 61 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Adams, Carruth & Co.
Place of Publication: Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: August 1, 1874
Frequency: semiweekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in Apr. 1874; ceased in 1875?
General Note: "Wise men accept the inevitable, but strive to shape the future."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 33 (July 15, 1874).
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notis - AKN0866
lccn - sn 85038367
System ID: UF00079941:00006
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THE NEW SOUTH ; citron of Corfu.; (lAalum citrcum C0reircum CULTURE-No.3.. mature'much'i ip advance. .the others P2OFESIONALCARDS, '4c.LJ MISCELLANEOUS. GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS. -'.', ...

Per..) of hich the fruit is so -' Those first moulting will wipd first, . ."..; ''

tl'BUSHED EVF.RV SATURY.TER WEDNESDAY. AND small and so common that it is calledIn I, DESCRIPTION OF THE SILK-WORM. and the result will bean inconveniencein F. COLCORD, A TELLpNVILLE HOUSE, IMPORTAN EVERYBODY &II :

that country cedro macsa cant. It It'will be necessary for'the inexperienced gathering the cocoons ,that'will Injure -. . .- ,* f Ut -
fS OP SUBSCRIPTION: seems to be the same thing as the cultufist to'hivc'some.knowl- the whole crop of ''worms'' and Successor' J. K. Crowefl. If rod wfeh a gamin article i* the way of Cigar .,'.. .,.

c.i, 1'iELY.or more copies mall|J ubcrinet, eaih;..and$3.50 an per,extra annum copy. vialum, citrcum eoniferum of V o1cam edge of the form, changes! and appearance lessen. the yield of silk. At ca'chr pe Jt.E LNVIL ORANGE COUNTY, JL. Wle I *.Liquors,etc._ to : '1 e ,'''
fi'we every club."ten,receive.l one time cal and differs silk-worm before he riod' of moulting when portion of Corner Bay aad Occaa ttreeta.V I i < >.1 '. ; go ,' 'n..1 _"
te Knt to rius, 0 cedro pigdlo, of the : enters '". '. '. ;t, ," ;,"
WBCKLV, mill subscriber *i per annum. Ten little from citreumCrctense of the duties of his charge .Thesilkwormis the worms have moulted; leaves -S:1.;: .,I HITE Proprietor.TJ'IDDELL --f." .. .
the : ;
JOP 1'." each; TwcMy copies, $i.6o; Fifty cop- very upon : }Highest cash pricee paid *t. Hides; Skins. Fan, f ; ; } 'T. .,' j ... .
'tiI.4oev. Ferraris. The titrui Maximum.Solo- species of caterpillar'whose slightly ;wilted should be laid. over Wax 4c. : 7. s.wrJ_ -'S;.,' S -' >. .lit. ,1''..1' '" I ',:J"'! "

ADViktlSINC KATSSiStiti dianum, (Vole.) and the. monstrous life is' one continued succession of them, and -when- the worms have attached N. HOUSE,1 ", --S. t .' *" ",
j to the ,leaves should be J BETTES, .. l.J: If you wUh to take recreation .I!a a good pun fj.vBilliards.gotoJ.B.tOGNl'SSakxH : = :
-WEEkLV,1l co per inch or less.first Insertion: cedrat.uf Florence, ((drat monstrosso changes, and which in due time becomes they .o ."

tech subsequent flCfl3Ufl.50 cents, Fiorcnza, Vole.) are with very lit- a moth orwinged; 'jhsect)like removed 'to fresh hurdles; and this PHYSICIAN ANDSURGEON. : FERNANDINA. .,, FL '", SaJ', ", : tao.i. I

inch or less first insertion: each] the J1ie should be continued 'until ;all) have / '. : "lc. ._ 'thh
WEIKLY. 'I-S per tle change, the same variety as, dl-. others of the genus: | ; time, occupied i
SAMUEL T, RIDPELL/ProprietoV. : : :
subUqucm% 75 cenu.ftcil tine., rum Genuensf, vulgare of Nolc., And, in going through/it's/; different f been so. removed ; after which, the OrncK HOVbFrom'S: b1i9 Jacksonville.and till FU. St,1 rfl.t III .
.m. '
$ Iftticet,to cents per lastly the cedrat Holland, ofV, olc.1 forms of existence,'varies, ,in:different tray, or hurdle from which they have Ovnoi AXO R.sIII: -Corne'r Ocean and Monroe p.m. .pedchu! bathing. '.; ,.:, ,., : Imported Bass'Ale on draught." can for ft at J.,B.r'_: '3t. .4 '

TERMS: CASJlI1C ADVANCE. the cedrat Bergam 'tt(, (ib.) the cedretovtformct countries; being governed by.climate, been' remov d t'' should be thoroughly .streets. ,. 6-7-60 i MaIICI drive of eighteen.mie oa the finest u '
& CO.Jackionville. TOGNI-S,at the Metropolitan Billiard Sakw* ,'! ..
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Address I Florkia.TREATISE (ib.) the cedrat of Garda, temperature and the quality and quan cleansed,when it will again be.'ready: Atm -' r' .
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(ib.) the ttdrat Miisicato, and the '"of'food'. upon 'which it is fed,-and for use.-= H1be : ThAER4&; MARKENStSiii '. :: .cnl sea, breeses. - -, - -.-, ... ..it.t. :.. < .
or ,1,1"1
I Dorato than lenioneedratsi the of : r rld tender4eavZ1d '_ ? .- s .-. \ ct '>'- : "."a S CLARK ,\.e..
ON THE CITRUS. are nothing more nature of particular variety ,.) fry, pung \v T- /: OPEN THE .'
pf whlclr the' family: ]js BO the"'".insect. c rhe;common' "vari tyBdf ( given the young i worms during the STRICTLY} V WHOLESALE. GROCERS' ,- DlfRING SUMMER JOHN "..*.4I"-_>.'

The foUowtajT *rttdeon the Otrus are oec :'numerous that '' cou1dmil" describe I the, worm changes 'or' casts its .skin first ,agei that ,is immediately\ after % ti '- JACKSONVILLE FLAj49Giicd9 BOARD I FORWARDING ;.,,d 'JIb

thfcan OUR HoMtJoCHNALAKUKVHAI.. fur which journal they were bOUTMLAND.tif translated New from twenty varieties: which I have now in four times before ,iti,-attains its full they'are* hatched, afterwariPwitK r ,more* at Stvannah'and Charleston prices. / 'Per day, . .. .a.o AMD .. >_,i"Ifl 4'Jtn.IoI..

UK French of inuimJcally J GEOKGK JALLBMO.valuable and We specially commend adapted thcJO"II"A" my garden, come from'seed, and .that growth. The changes are called mature leavesarfd; ..in, the: .stage ::4:09-3m .Per week.. '. from$3 t{12.00 COMMISSION. MERCHANT .i. j..r.4..Q-.i2tir'.. }

Id Southern as needs. I think it useless to perpetuate by moulting, and the periods intervening they should be fed,with .fully, matured ,Satisfactor/arrangements made with families/ '. . t. 11II""'"

grafts, since they have no features between the !several.moultings are and sound l leaves. The worms- will 'N ? ort' '&' kpOKER, : o ., -., AND DtALIR UI S S .," 4' .t., ..-

CHAPTER 11.fcHTICUH which render them extraordinary.The termed ages. Wlien'i! is.first hatched frequently, keep' or ''cluster''together. Fine livery accommodations. ROCERIEa. .,' PROVISIONS, GRMf.l..tz=
KEAL ESTATE DEAr EK3, Ocean and above .
after und
1. corner Bay Open June fit f terms. 6-6 imMETROPOLITAN
species with monstrdus fruits will' it is of a blackishcolor, whjch after- If they cannot sufficiently separated streets,'.7ckioivii.! Florida. steAkS 'c'= :. t. J
Synonyms and Description. Money loaned -a,Real. Estate..securityGeneral : HAY. .. ,. .J1=
complete the nomenclature of the wards becomes ligliter varying almost the 'leaves'l the .. tI:
OF THE CITRON. by distributing, : over Life and Fire i'Insuracce Agents and dealers In line .' ', _1 ._J
He pcricles. So far I know very few daily to different Shades and throughevery' hurdle, then'apportion pf the ,worms Lands. Plantation*,fie>Spungfietd saburb specialty. iHOTED'i: ," Sole AlCnlllorFloridaror ," '. ..."

Citrus mcdica florcfolyandria intus among monsters which form varieties i 4ne 'to, the close of the last ornear'the while attached ;Jo.the. .i leaves and feeding :Correspondence. 1iO.I cited.. .. t t 3 afciwtf f JACKSONVILLE..' 1 t FLORIDA' : ..:. > ,., -,;,: .Ayen11"1' .sencai s.' Parot.' ..and-S '' Z H'': '.'.):.,14 t49t* .-.JiIri!
corolla atfa c.vtcr- .
ifft agynio, the citrons. The lemon and of.spihping'when"it as- should be *'
among carefully to C. DREW .r }:ivbitl i *-pt'BtM BTjnie''n' A % '

tui rut>ea, feji&in summa tcncritatcviotacco the orange present plants of which the sumes'grayish. I yellow, semitransparent 'other 'and unoccupied hurdles.- If J".B. : i : Will remalc open. during theSurnrneror' ,the accorai ,! .Agent I Ibr'P. f- ,...1."l1 H'** tfb
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nudo .
etiMwgo '
pettolo fruetu fiavo but the color.i 1 "" *
fruit is rayed, starred, etc. ; they.are. allowed- to cluster too much. ATTORNEY 'j STEAM.* LIZZIE BAKER ,U' 2faVOLUSL4. .
fortice et cdult medulta AND i modation of the. travelling public and citizens, generally.. ,
crasso .
citron but tuberculousj '. t.'c --t .i
never gives there is their
any HATCHING AND REARING. danger becoming I COUNSELl.OR;AT.-r. AW. ,'. s$5am
trtXIgnaooillia. fruit, a form peculiar to this species ; diseased. Thee light 'fallIng strongly u i ( :' J ; I ,_
; 'Prices :r'j l/V'-.x
Reduced. ;
: '
The citron has been for many cen- the fruits shaped like a hand, those When the leaves of the mulberryhave 'OncEide of' a' hurdle will cause Office in the'new Freedman Bank Buildingcornel I Greatly : ., I.- ARt 'C' .Jt ) '.rJ ',J
Pine and -
upon Forsyth Streets,Jacksonville,Fla. i" ..
luties a constant species, which has which are horned or ragged upon ,the put forth to tlie s:ze of an inch the worms to move from the lightto ,B. B..ANUKBWS.. ." '., '|.."B. C. DBBV. . .j RATE PER DAY* $ .50. < V an.ruDt"Bro'A.,Lfae Sailing Paciccilt,, ::. liJ'l" Ia:.

r rsert'ed itself in Europe without nipple, those which enclose another i in diameter! it may be, generally! inferred the side where it is less strong, V". :. ; .. .-' : i;. FROM NEW-YORK... ;, ..'J" ,'.""I'r'.J .rl,,.

4 hybrids and without varieties. So it fruit in their interior with its own that the proper time for hatching therefore iheilight, should be kept uniform U'. &''II. J. BAKER.. '\: :1 and tHraItorln,by.the week and ** '' ." .......
,. is presented to us ny Theophrasius, rind multitude of crossed' the worm has arrh'cel. The }iapers J I. : : .. : mont. tw36-lgs Bay Street.JacFAIRBANKS tJ1orida. ..o tIt'tt -.
or only a i in, ,ajl) parts of a room where the ; : -- -- .
Virgil$, rIm), PalUdius and Crescen lobes confused, into each other, appear or. cloths fccnta'ning the eggs worms are -being raised. In this I .' : ATFORNEYS-AT-LAW 'TABLE BOARD AT I REDUCED.RATES' '. ... ::.!: .
its cultivation should be ." : ., "? i 't'JIffQ.I1i
As soon as placed'in the hatching- : .
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this, etc. only I upon ordinary trees, and in the State the leaves'of the Multicaulis'are S '4 t.c-ia'liL p.
fr1 became extensive, and it began to bet far room, upon tables or trdys made for" OFICB: Reed's. Building. ; ,r; The patronage public'respectfully solicited. ,I !" )1Ifi.'.
of fruits and from : ort
midst other ; : 'the best for the .worml; Branch feeding .' : DEALCJI in '. t._."..
"- .. .JacksonviDe: .FlorIda' -
of seed the citron the \ shouldbe
means Thetemjera\ure "
multiplied by purpose. .
t their form .t! .t.b- -
owing .oj ,peculiarities to tis it is termed, has. been tested :! J. B.TOGNI. S
; fctgan tu give varieties. It pro the nature of the plant. which bears froni 75 to too Fahrenheit. andif with success and with great saving of ,"JAMIISM.BAlCaL,,- .. '' ,' HIITTOMJ. BAKBB.. .-Aprilasth. Proprietor. GROCERIES AND .PROVISIONS., '. .
J _. j: X.t LI 1774. .
Disced hybrids as soon'As (was plan- not so high.should! be raised to that .' 4'2SWJ
them, they owe ito an extraordinary time in: the last three ages of the BAY STREET JACKSONVILLE..- -' "f' T

led close to the lemon and the orange. fecundation' as well as irregular, which by artificial means. Butt few worms :worm. /Care should always be takento H: ; ..'BEEDE,. Gent's, furnishing goodalow, &.ky'4., ...,.,'rl..,"..."
this the three varieties oSMaihiole will make, their the .
From came acted the of appearance on .
simply upuo pericar.p distribute small branches' .with the
I and of Gallo, and those still the fruit Tdese extraordinary first day but on the'second ''and third ARCHITECT. FOR SALE OR RE 1-COUNTRY.: Always keep on hand] fft: *Llf *A
individually. leaves attached, as evenly over the .
'j taorc numerous of th; Arabian culti. themselves the'most will come but. Should there HAY, CORN ,OATS BRAN GROUND. e> "," 'Pq
fruits ROOM No
hurdle and such MASONIC BUILDING,
present a.
i as possible in a manner '
vators. From this came tIe numerous in varieties be a few remaining on the fourth day OTEL AND ORANGE GROVEFOR FEED PEAS, CHICKENFEED,. .3, }.
.ji more 'frequently some that the worms can, work there 136.19253-105 JackiavilltFlorida* H PORK LARD BACON .
races ol later authors, who have they be thrown as they donor .1i_. jI
and may away SHOULDERSi'c
than in others, one only sees occasionally and distribute themselves; through the '
; also ranged amongst .the species of the monsters in the midst of always produce strong and healthy 'leaves without too much exertion. & ARTHUR A. BIRNEY.ATTORNEYS SALE OR RENT. HAMS 4t f; \ 9*,1"1

citron, the innumerable crowd! of multitudes of ordinary fruit, whose worms. When the worms begn: to i VVM. FISH, FLOUR. '--.i\.ih..., .
We win rent tat the sell .
season or on. terms
monsters which appear every day without features are unchanged. make their appearance young mulberry When the worms are about to spin, . ., J easy 1I01I1NYMEAL.RICE. ?t.1I'.a.
that' is' weave the .cocoon, they THE ALA CI/ACOer ORANGE HOUSE, S IIEQKER'S FLOUR; FARINA,
ever being precisely alike, and leaves, cut in narrow strips, should present '.. : I ,. t u
which them VARIETIES-NO. I. be laid them which will something of a yellOwish! appear 4 } STREET, NO. BUTTER, CHEESE APPLES. ONIONS, ffl
scarcely ever over to 330
t perpetuate they Near }eIDvUe. Orange Co., Florida. POTATOES,.SUGARS. SYRUPS, .: I ,'. if 1""
selves. Ferraris reports eight species Citrus inediea cedra fruetu oblongo, readily at t.cli: themselves. These ance. They cease to eat, and wander W ASIIISGTOX. CITY WITH ,THE FARM ORANGE GROVE AND MOLASSES, COFFEESt. : ...,t'-i 08rma
and '
and gives drawings of five, three frasso, tdll/ odoratissiwo. leaves, while the young' worms are about seeking a hiding place ; lURJRI' ATTACHED TEAS 'COCOA, ,..t'Nt.1tj1 ett-W

of which are monsters. Commely who Citron of the Jews: Cedrat. attached, should be carefully'! removed throw. out on the leaves fibers of silk. H. A. PATT1SOM., A. K. KEEK.TTISON .'. SNUFF .
this' thne the hurdles should be .' Ip.A SOAPS, -*; & 'fO'
has done in his and cloth THIS :
nothing more
BelgianUuptridcs Cedro degli Ebrd\ vtilgo. Pitima.I placed upon a screen or I MOST'ELGIBLY
& i
tho'rpugrily, cleansed J and something :: -i; ; ; af a.
but COliF rrl.1ns, Salodianum: prepared for them and'other
reports Malum citcnim maximum tray .' I .Landing on Lake Monroe. WOODEN-WARE BUCKETS; ..
four hpecies, of which two are mons- Ccdrp grosso. bondolotto. Vole. Ce- leaves placed upon the eggs for the prepared for them to fix themselves .:. :. ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW. : :' Lt BASKETS. BROOMS, 'SPONGES;'TUBS '"*e" .a1t'

and wind their cocoon in. The best ..... .i ., 1 1&jih
Volcamcriuz '
ters. gives which
tight day's .
species drato Jrt/ ,rario. 'Ib. j worms hatching, I. I I FOR INVALIDS.ThE CLIMATE COT.BE -

in the first (part and ten in the second ; I Citrcum ru/a-c. Tournef. Limonia -: should be daily passed off as before.A apparatus,' formed fdr thU'-is.' the, lath .'Office.ReQua'sbuilding.Jacksonville.Fla.. .': SURPASSED. .bine*torn*-ay white D part of Ia coo''. CANNED GOODS OF EVERYEVERYTHING f/.vo..1. .

there arc several among this number ccdra fruetu maximo, conico, rcrrucoso singular fact will be noticed, that hurdle ir winding! frame,, described of. adlrg e t:g .A" D lI '

which are only monsters, and others salon, ct ordorc insigni. L. 'n.C.1h'ui. : all the worms will 'be hatched between above. Place this over the, hurdle, :P. 'E JOHNSON, M.. D:, '-. '. % .
the the sold
with, open.cells 'by not
which are sub varieties or varieties i I sunrise and noon of each day.. Care the HOMCEOPATHIC 1 next the property will on that day be offered at public PROVISION LJN i', ."a ./
rice represented, and which should Citrus mcJica cedro; ccdrato.Tar should be taken to keep the worms of cross laths, down,. resting back AND SURGEON. title to the highest bidder. Apply/ to .

Ciller; lc carried back to the principal Inst. 13ot.; i each day's hatching; by themselves as part on! ,the back part of the hurdle, PHYSICIAN ] ,FLEMING &, DANIEL,. I SELL FQ/l c-i: : :
: raising and fastening the front, Side Office north side of Bay Street in Dr. Robinson's Attorneys .
varieties or to the lemoihl dlats. The Citrus medica ccdra. Desfont, Tab. it is of the greatest importance that block National Hotel.TT7 .. fliaw
'The worms will new building next east JgU JacYUe.F d 411D 41' .. .1 J. -ijCd &d.i U.
J principles which we have now adopted de /E/ dc Bot. all the.changes and mouhings of the about eight' inches. s u (t6 I S.187. "tf -, THE" LO'flSTFOSSIBLflGURE$; ui &af'
then to the back and dark side '
niajke the greater part: of these worms should be as simultaneous as 'pass R.' ANNO .
The cedrat so-called braids and chignons fluck's.FIPR'
properly or .J > ta'n11ao-:
> in the Ash a
.1 .$aid rws jdisajijKar. and yinplfy: therjomen.cature. the- citron of Media, is a tree, that docs' passible. It is' ..also"important. that and cells distribute and in them themselves..wind their about cocoons.' .. . ... ...... families ahi1tioggers.-; ;are invited to examine Hotels;;,my BoirdTiigirouseiiiia good uw)prices,'Si'"iXA u

not grOv"ery tall ; its roots are the worrnsthithave. been transferred' frames the ATTORNEY.AT.LW.fficc. S..L.E .T >,. i,; dt4 i
From these cocoons'are U <
, : Thee is only one type, ivijl hybrids : to the trays should not be fed until I. : HIGHEST'CASH PRICES J
:" and an indeterminate number vane branched, very much ramified, yellow i the hatching for the day is' mpletecf gathered with grea '; facility 4iid free in Reed'' Block' Bay Street,' i., ,:: .; .- VERY5 CHEA'P' THE . ;. ,.. ,',_ ..U ftI(4PAIT7'FO2

:: lies, which) it js both useless and neatly outside, white inside ; the build of, so that all may be fed regularly. from all litter rid dlrt '! \ftertHe' I :I: .. .7a.ckwivik.FLnIm.&BASNETT C' : /--.I' ,. ;. .*.' I :>COUNTRY PRflDVCZO.AIJ..KNQ. t| fljrt

the1 tree is irregular and thin; the : the : have risen the ,. . . Three farms, near (.t* City sift. ., ,
.impossible to follow, and which weOust Young and tender leaves should be most, pf worms '! smal, .mS > :_ .- ua8 Ui.i .
is grayish rayed with I ) .. : ,: I .
apex green; should i .
be removed -
: reduce to those whose features white j the wood is hard and whitish ; i selected.to feed the young worms with. lew remaining ito CALL .-.-, ... -o: 'J', .oN&OF TEN ACRES.'-'" i. ILLSON.& ,WHITLOCK. ,. 1. J.. ;J.h'rtWi.it

We Jhe most markeil.: the branches stiff, short and well i.These should ,be cut ;with' a sharp fresh liurdles and cared'for.by them,' ':' '. .LA'V, ,. h 1' Cleared. land.J; no, other improvements. .; L W" '.;; 'Successors, .Tfeos.. A..WilIsonf; .:J ..,

The citron of Afedia, known in Lig- the buds sticking knife intoi pi ces not to exceed a selves. : ; '... : _ONE OF. ,TWENTYj/CE.; ,., j ,. ,'0 : .UUU .X: ,... .J.St' ,;...( .tIi twJ-
pria under the name-of( : of fittma or nourished large, of ,inch and lightly '- ': i I. -i OF5ICB. -In Reeds Building. ,,upstairS.iv. .. ( .1., ,About fifteen acres tn pp vines and .. : '
an <
quarter ;ztJ"3i4
out, furnished with a single thorn, square The 'Portraits on Stamps fruit trees: Wde clay Ib oe ofthe"* bt GAIN.. ,FLOUR- AND FEED;: *
l.tdro dfgli curd (citrus tntdica ccdrafructa lACKSONVlLt Fla for .
and evenly sifted over JVe : if : p aces ;
.t (
short and thick the or scions, young gdeniDI. : ';" : .1 enf:14
; sprouts ( '
oblongo crasso eduli odoratis- are vjojet at their budding and chimge worms.. They should, wh' I .j'oong, The, portrait :of Benjiminj Franklin ._-, '-;4-'H-U: *- -i .'ONE. OF TWENTY' ACRE ; Manulactureriof : 1,0, ttOOIIif
limo Gall byri.) is certainly the be fed in this '' imes the.one: cent in ,imperial ; II: SUMMERS i :' About four acres;[in cuftivaiion.: balance pin CORN MEA4'II01IINV'CR' "
afterward into flCfl '; the leaf is long, wayjsiji! or. eight on.. stamp .C.. _' on Kings road CAW AND SEE.< ""' q '

of the citron family. There are only regularly: pointed nearly as large :'at at :stated, intervals, each day.i ultramarine blue; is after a profile'bust .,ATTORNEY-AT-LAW- wo,- C. C. COLLINS.>StlJ.. :'. CORN, 'RYE* MEAL GRAHAM,. 'r' :::=
three varieties "worth ) Dcalrr In Real Estate. lhcD'S Building; Bay
of which knowing ; one the extremities as in the middle, of a 'It-jjvill'lie i j) impossible to lay down by RubrZcht ::The head of Andrew i .!.; : .\ e FLOURCRACKED\YHEAT>c.&fo *rt"

the fruit surpasses the typein fine green' bitt r to taste, and odorous any definite rule.s for the quantity of Jarkspn 'on the '.two-cent stamp, in Atio. NOTARY U. 84 PUBLIC CIRCUIT AND COURT.COMMISSIONER. ,: .. .. '
size lad is inferior 1I- -1 .114.
"..1:.., .r 'A '_ r. rMu.aIIIy in. .fineness_ ; its flowers clustered. into 'bo leaves] ,ntcessary Jor"' 'gverr number. velvet brown'is. from. bust by Hiram r0ii '.' ,HEALTH, ., SCROLL SAWING & WOQD TURNING' ,n"I1T
UI "au: ; u is me- ccurat 01 Office. buldng. ; S "
composedof a thick for eacli succeeding Powers. The. Washington head on rTO ORDER.
Hjuct.s are [ fleshy rj., worms. : day I -AND- ,
Genoa, (citrcum Genueme ; LuI lafc &t1
rulgarc, calyx, and pi five white petals, tinted through} every age,. A little acquaintance the green three-cent.stamp is 'after Sawed Delivered
Wood and ,
Split ,
Iirumrunlu maxima Gcnucnst, with purple' outside, having from with their nature and' halJits and Houdon's celebrated bust. The tin L.&UI"G.. 'LKIIG. ''j.:',. ; Pu ii" ON'! \ d

Gall. Syn.) A second, which surpasses -, thirty to lorty stamens of which the with intelligence- judgment, the coIn profile in'red: 'on the six-cent ': &. DANIEL, RECREA by Cord or Load. r '5 *:<*#* aRos' i

the type in delicacy and aroma, attendant determine' is'after'a' bust' by 'Volkl The FLEMING LANDS ] 'I. iitttt ac..i.f
anther is oblong, clear yellow, and of can very soon stamp, FUR 1 :
is the cedrat of Salo citreuw Solodianum ,, ., Block.Bay Street opposite our Mill audWbar. .
; ( a pistil large allc1long, which sets upon what amount fs required breach day seven cent stamp .in vermilliofi! gives A TTORNEYS-A T.L .dROVES COLONIES' ., 'til n,'' s't-u

Fer.) and a third, which ;is the ovary. There are some which through,tOe entire life ,of the wonuis. the! head of Stanton after, a,photo- O.FIC.R ORANGE. :JACXSONYILLE.FLA-_ .;tT 't'
remarkable 'l mok',corner Ocean and Streets 'FARMS ,
fur the flower which is B1 ,
lack this and which flow the They should 'have, ajtmuch. as they graph. The head.of ferson on the '. Jacksonville FLcA MARETGARDENS. .
often double part, ; ., VI I; A._ wiiso's.: 15-66 w.A.'wHzTt.OcJc 'II q"-U. r
semwlouble and :
bich flower is fragrant, but its odor is feeble will eat, but after they are.a few days ten.cent stamp, in chocolate. ; is drawn :3-U-IJI, SITS. i \r.l"S n $aJ iI d

; fecundation lends itself so readily to artificial and gives out very little essence. The old care should, be.taken. not>to give from a I life-size i statue by'Hiram'Pow' : 'KNIGHT-' 1.-, :. i .1', ,. T T. BANK. . .? ., O T
that it often .I.
monstrous ( 'Iruit is large, oblong, sometimes bear- them more than theycan: consume; ers. 'The portrait Henry ,Clay, in > !' ; ': :W l FOR' SALE. : N. ..SANFORD'S. GRANT. SAVINGS ; '. 'f'I'47\.l1Y
it is the double-
rurt ; ing its pistil) upon its point: it. i is as a surplus of IcavesVill'in I'I re.ase the neutral purple, 'on the twelve-ceni, i ''ATTORNED lAWvV i f ":. THE FREEDMAN'S SAVINGS. &' TRUST. CO.. .
flowered citron (fitntm fore plena. : AT, ; '. .,." r f. L.II. MOORE.MENT '.: : >.- >: to.JACKSONVILLK .. <>-A
Tolc. formed pi an external rind, yellowish, accumulation 'd f litter and endanger is fera bust by"HarV. The head, qf .,"., .J. ;< .' ;. '. -Sanford' ,

) The hybrids 'seem to be innumerable I thin, shining, a little unequal l, 'containing 'thehealtH "the'worms''., 'In( the last Webster'on 'the.J rteen- ept1.stamp. in No: ;Hce5'sIockuptaIrs ;.:;!: I ; BBANCIItl because they present a 'c1 nat( ,bust.Theportrait ;. v j. ; ; : SALE OR RENT; : '''*** t i'f
lfst'y"" receive'j'from'lcJIviduat
gradation a delicious aroma ; of an internal age they''e"3t'; < that orange, is after the Clevinger : : 'F'R" Deposits of any amount *
of tints in their physiog: time should General Scott thetwentyfour : ,3-35swly-; :1.' Jacksonville. Fla:. :'M ON LAKE MONROE 'whih interest will be" .101fjrl :dcf
rind thick', tender, white, arb" lie ;.bundanl.supplied. on1 I business firm and sociencs, on

nomy combinations which is as varied as arc the malic: sweetish, whi h 'is'e' teri with Care _should- always ,be. taken 'tcJ keep cent-stamp, in purple, is 'C' L.,.', .OINSN. ,"., i [ '_: allowed : i 41 >-, !.!J' 1'o9I1.t

of'which they are results which'is; confections. of leave 'o'n hand fortise after bust by; Coffee.': The'head':of ". d ... : i" ; -I. : current'fundS") *"
; but when is sugar, .or. made j into a'qu ntitt I. Two. aew'Cotta&es. near the Stcab Landing. at : Deposits i maybe sen: by express,In
J Watch these, itjs one to This rind 'is'yer) adhet rjtto in case: :jbf 'wet' .weather; 'as. feeding 1i. niItOtj' on 'the)thirty't-eot'$ stamp; I'- .AOINEYATIISVAlso f. : .: : .* : .1\\$ .- or by mail,in postal money orders and bank '.-" S*-ftlTha :! i4 SUO t
easily that SANFORD.
All this crowd can be ranged perceived under the pulp, which }is.'thin',//.composed of V them; wit'h'w'ef--." leaves.'eridangers'their. in.black: i is ,al1eri.the! Cerrachj L' bust; NOTARV''PUBLIC; ;and COMMISSIONER. '. ....:,. f. ; Bank U open daily from 9 A.x.tu*p.M.::alto. "'- 3 ,-J. 1

certain number of a several lobes, full of an infinity of atffi. and the portrait pf Commodore Oliver f. u. S. CIRCIT.CUR ,. -. ,./ S 'L. on Saturday evening ,- lor1 deposit 'only, from 6 to 8 i.t! _
mixtures. Including'HOME, LOT of desirah .
I shall whiish; vei.ic.es containing an acidu- 'Where( ihe L average: range of thermometer Hazard Perry, ,in 'carmine,.., is after ": OlHce:No.j Masonic,Block. J."-II' n. "I twenty a a o'clock. i. ., .. J ttwJ44571W

begin by dividing them into lated, insipidjuice: and containing a is between 70?.and '80 the >Volcotts! 'statue. -.' I .house, with large dining-room'detached. : >J'Y' .SWAIil, Cashier., 111 't'tnm
Classes: hybrids and I ,' ,\ S.. M..TUCKER; ost' v
semi-hybrids., great number! of oblong.seed, covered several moultings.wilutake'.place! near __: w'e. ._ -- DR. \ Suitable a"Boarding-house. 'J : '' .- '., : ', I Jtr
mean by hyhrids, those in which the with a reddjsh pellicle, and formed bya the fifth,' ninth, nfteenth and twenty- : : Crocodi1esinFlorzda.: :. .L:..,'' .1. .: ;.PJ1'E, .j"; > .::: I I"' ;; :;v -, "r ; SALE. : .
mixture has altered sensibly the 1)hYSi.Ognomy whitish second 'days after When' i ,, 1 '- *.; .'. L' '., Apply- .a ", 1'-1' FOREST, ; 'T'.it ; iIt 'f"
natural to the and bitter almond or kernel. hatching. Harper'-s Monthly for August says j Norhwet! com, r u.Adamsand.1Ia.kt: StRICHARD ?,, ;.'.., r L: '' ,. By virtue of.a order of the U. s. District Court flru&r ".'"tMw
species I '
; Thecitronof_ Media ..is, multiplied thq worms are about to astthefkisthey ; ., 1'' < SO.F.J the Northein District of Florida. I will offer for sale to.
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by mixture semi-hybrids, those in' which the In Liguria only' by buds and grafts cease to'ea and .reipain' [ atiw'ary .i '4',U rider.(liejhead of Zooiogy proper,!j : rcrAVGHLIN'J, : .V 17. .37 ISd the highest door on biddcr.-at the 311 day GainesviuV of July !before'., between'.'Cowt,the M; _Mfftbouse tWtJ...

is so slight that it difficult which'succeed readily. Sometimes it with their,,head. ?.raised: and.occa?, pniinterestipg-ifact is, announced: by. milE MERCHANTS'EXCHANCE.-SA-; legal hours of sale the- following described property:* "or-.* .*

to range It. Ji this .article _.1 .shall is grafted upon, the bigaradier., It siunally,Choking them., < These,opera- Mr. C.J.Maynard'tiamely) : that the REAL ETAT'AGEN. l' ... _.il 1 iliXDN.-i. .. .. ),t AH being Section a part of 23.the-and Assets the S of W John V of Haile.Section C 14.r.rupl"l TgS' _. ,.,,.
only speak of the semi-hybrids. Tenybruls bears few fruits, 'and' it is excessively tl4hs will becomem'oreapparent as'th"ey Cuban crocodile. (CrIJtpdu1 'at'Ulusl ,'7, d.tnIf1ilurF/. .1 J ,Hoic's BLOCK' .' S Range E. IHvideo if dejireiT' It., .'1...'

I shall treat 'in ihe, respective afrajdof cold It blooms,almost'perpetually .' increase -size'and in. each'successive 'is' jufite r abundant In the risers "of; \ Assorts oTReaf 1 Estate bought and. sold-.Money' in- .. .. FRANK'.. --GREGORY'. Two Two Cotton Wagons Gins.,one Cart and other fanning.taple-i t ,.
articles$ upon the species which dombnlte "6f "cted'Tuc paid.;TtC xainined.aYi1R3fl35107 I' Prpret. .: :, .'
: Gulf
in { chiefly in winter.- The'fruit age. 'Assuming' the'above temperature FlOrida .enlpiyinit, into'' the ., I 'to Wirtiam-- Astor- i -Esq., RIcE LISt fofSaJeCash. Purchaser to pay for Deeds. : III L -
the mixture. :-The 5emi-hy. Mexico*. ''Its oiitl 1c",coast REFERS, ''Twelve Laser Beef.Tickets for__ fi.o*. ;
brids is, sold in autumn and in winter to as the stai\dard, 'JJie.;| quantity of occurrence; New York; G. Curtjn.- &IieonteLPa : S, J.C..REEUV..AaaIlPJft.1'1
) f of the citron,are. only three ; I make leayesTor" the Jfjrst( ( three*. was signalized several l years: agq'byProfessor. Lewi U. Rene E-Pip .W, Stokes'. tsojd, .ScppDi'e.--' asS *. Jacksonville.. Fla., '.*t1 loth,*i8;<. 7iit. ( 3d1
ball call them citrons. ,confections. which are pefcctly. (j Jayspfthe/ ; Philadelphia D"G.Ambc.' ,''aclnY.1 ; ..;..r'5.. S 1. .i i'

The dcli ious. The -f fruit,of the summer ,is the. first. age'' must be. gradually, Wyrnap.j;; and Mr. .May- Henry Tucker .. ".t 3"a y.p Ice' 'P! ,.,,....-..;_, _.._.__,;,j_. Vj.; LOUIS EMILE .MOURGEON, >m I J. ,.: t !
first is the citron of Florence nard 'a account ofan'.en.lcounter. rm .
bought by.he.Jewswbo use.itinthe creased. at eachifeeding, after which gives graphic ThW., ; '- i 'r S J' **..
g( .al/M citreum Florentinum, Vole. they will l less :'each, subsequent with- a' second specimen3 in .D), EARL 1IUk'Ph'5. From Piris,France flately Foreman'ofthe SUTert .
) month August, for the, ,Festival of require at Ji'P.o- Island Dyeing estabiwlunent). ,: ,: .', i< 'j k h..q

e second is theVuroh of Chtntf br the Tabernacles. It is cultivated at feeding- 'until! .their 'time, 'of the same neighborhood.' It Is/said/ tob'e'a ..' PRACTICAL, .iBm ., :__. '2S' NEW DYEING AND SCOURING. ESTABLISH'. 1' .- ..' .JIL..
.L. _
,lima rfrata. wonftroso -, San 'Remo, San Steffano, and Taggia moulting arrives, 'sh ii' J jTor' about rrruch more 1FCi; and jiowe'rful'ahiraattihan r. 'pAINTER''AND PAPEl{ HANGER.. I Whsky r. _____? 'S. MENT. .- '. ., -
ter.) And .the third is the J (department' of the 'Marine-Alps.) twenty-four :h urstlier,. :cijf('iipfhipg) ,, : the; jalligatpr t and, .MryMaynar .-- "f ;. '" Ct:.. .:__ _. 23. Ladies'.and Cendcmcn'sWciagAjtt.5'f; .r3 '"*
wet-fruited! citron, fabm. fitreum, There is a fine tree of it in. the Jardindes As it !is,seldom the 'cas 1hat\.tieyall) l.. tKtnksthat! ; jhe//: notices,. of ..lad Having;Deceive/decided orders i (me requiring here permanently'1 done witl"be in .Ab.'PLIN- -DRINKS--s'E- 45.. S S Lace Curtain Lace. Shawl, .,-. : ;. ;. H,.L bvJ,
to .
Siuw' // rer.) All other cedrats the nceju/Elorjd. f ffalliga! J Ale Bast Dublin Stout. and Other fine fabrics most carefully cteatted and dyed '! "wUti!
tneir Ale.
Plante, 'in P ris, cast :skins! at one aidxtjic) same occurr ( LI4li4L !r- L Imported Gl e .. .. ,
MarL ,
which the Hesperides is filled ? tor&V of : length :than ten f for d&c.. ... S !. FORSYTH STREET..between Newnan.-. and '-" : ''.W' <:.
will -
arc To be Continued. .some.>, bdodisposed.to eat, : greater ;. : I LQINN? .mM 'VttS-tf
by ubvarieties which differ from .these .. ", -, wjhen a.jfew leaves, cut. fine, should be :twelve'' feet may 'be. ''refefecMo.: .thisspeeks. !,(.MfN1NI..GiGa i ."L"L : .., ; ;Spring Ca imer suiu for sale"at Buckys.,..' :f. :f : --- *
Insensible accidents, and which sparingly scattered,; r'th nf sd that ...' It may be 'sfaVid-'bere' for .*, Orders leA at Poiris&DryliJuatb F O R.: SALE.. .. .1W
appear and perish in the A South Carolina planter resjflinp. at the thos n4"wisri)'toVnowrtheiiifference wiflre .'". .' ; : p::" WRIGHT : < ', .
successively those that are tprpfd( may be disturbed beqefirbf > f> YCJ 'pUl .n '. i' A' > ,. :. A House and Lot.beautifully located in the City J O
5ln$ or they are isolated' monsters Huory Grove before w'ajowned i ao that i iri'thecropodile4thetbn t / S "f"f'i'- ,
little :
as ias"possible; ;, .After it.is seen ,, L-OV/ REFERECE S 'ATTORNEY, LAW. dl
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are only solitary fruits of whicri colored people' allot wriom are still 1 that apart. have. 1rip He /feeding' )tpotri. ,1n;; the side .ot( the,'jpwer S, '1., in'ID..:'E' and of'
Dearly'n trees may have 'ome every living with him are in his employ.. should stopped altogether until the jaw fits intoabote.: .complete" per- Jac J.la . the ".up. with modem.1 -lm' ;!roftJDCDts., /. i''VV Inquire> 'u'.t .,! J
J"r,, the midst oflts ordinary fruit; Washoe City, Nev., has been taking greater part have repovere'd*' :This foraticirrinthe 'upper.Ja. n, JJe jnithaLHgator 1 e AMI/Et. FAIRBANKS, ) Will'practice dromptl/the dle c\ ," St., C 37f, -i ,.;ji, ;.C. OAK.Jacksonvnje.na.: 5 5 .. .j"
but'hich I S .
do riot r. perpetuate Its censu! and finds 'its population to rule should be' 'particularly1.followed 'this hote: ''IS repIdcd'1bynotch a ,
_, DUVAL J.t.
"icmsclves b'sc u.I med wHich' al iosv 'tbe'' io th.jt' .14OTARYPU1UC79R, CUJt'n1ir""I..n *. 'trooir& incicLrS Photcgraphie Rooms'an t* FLoRIDA.'VIEWS
i consist of'eight lind two"boys, through the several'lsudjxssUrf rnoult- I,. !i f <*' .. ?* HEADQUARTERS :'

Among the fim"may be'counted the and a dilapidated squaw;" ings,.otherwise sonic of. th'tf. 'worrasTwill dIst ticitf.vis b1clr the id:!;' .. ; '.- '!7"n.. ; .:;": ,' V oer P. rrdlb'ut -'. ." ',- q" '.' ". .

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c THE NEW SOUTH. When in I860, Ltbcoln was nominated, no doubt he was willing to it 10 /" of F j j ; ."i\
'' ; part' wit Figs, x 6.4002 deed In the.court.'I of this State? Look of them -have bleu eating.'.potatoes, RAILROADS AND STEAMERS.

V I J. ". and the Republicari'"partysolemnly for tie good'of the caas ,-r astor .U. of Strawberries, 4,850 out V Walls' : Saunders," Harmon: Lee planted this year, for more than a mont'i. -

SE:: %= *'}I ADAMS.CARRUTH & CO. pledged itself: t non-intervention wih obvious reasons .he had no use for 15 Oranges, 45,000 Holdout and Thompson you are all From the same'paper of July 25th. Examine Buckv's assortment of

4 La. Kiitooo.' slavery in the slave States, the uttermost It himself, 10 of Grapes, 30,000 colored lawyers, and, according what Most of the com produced on this Ib..J

bound of possible concession was We think V Mawbey says you will never be successful Neck this year baa been gathered and ACKSONVILLE, PENSACOLA
J.. S, ADAMS, EDITOR. even accidental Governor Total, t $112,830Capitai as lawyers, if you and the Governor wo believe the yield has been better J MOBILE RAILROAD CO. AND

\. certainly reached. No. sane man at might have been more ,reputably and to work the same- are not on good terms than was expected.The .

TO CORRESPONDENTS AND OTHERS. that time could have expected more. more profitably employed. Cost of Farm. 1,000 acres, $3,000 Now. Mr. Editor, if the editors of the cotton crops all through this sec will On run and as follows after SUNDAY: MAY i y. "74. trains

! Items*T Local Interest a solicited from aD parts of the Tat then resoit was had to secession' 2 Horses, at $150,', 300 i Sentinel, believed that the, regular Republican lion have I een well cultivated. and are

St Also, cmultiO O subjects of general and the of the Union 2 sets of.1larness" V V 50 Committee was' bogus why in a flourishing'' condition. We have PASSENGER TRAINS WEST (DAILY) FOIC
o sodal and'. attempted rupture OP THE RATTLESNAKE. Post- : SAVANNAH AND
lwr1 tt ndSUIrII
I aU thoJ make their letters tnE' 2 Plows, 30 did they make these propositions ? beard of no damage to the crop from TALLAHASSEE.
Cp a the of the travelling in Texas tells V
V brief a cn&D will permit. power prejudice of 2 Wagons, 60 "When nun CM fed his conscience clear. caterpillars or other enemies. Mr. I.JiKUoDviUe:40.181I: 1:80'.
: We correspondents.a not responsible Rejected fo cpr by o against the colored race, as well a a successful use antidote of the gall of a rattlesnake 100 Cows, at 912, 12,000 What wrongs or dangers need he fear." Wallace's crop on hand rented from .. Lake&tdwia-City.,.. -4:10 933
neither as an forthe ,bite oftbatrept.ile. -ii" .
b returned n pe Anonymous contributions C the worse than slavish subservience of In the Grape vines, one year old, 800 But ilr W. F. Spurlin, presents the 'most ,Arrvr at Uv* Oak_: alld.V ').125.)1

.i 8 U Ac4. the Southern masses to the unreasonable was almost instantaneous case spoken to of the relief Orange trees, three year old, 1,000 "All thou'Ii these fell things t down will and I give thee; even growth and the greatest promiseof VLeav... MonikcikTaliabaaaesV Madlson-,-. ..,'M-o__V_t 6:10.III
worship me r.
demands /who Strawberry plants. 100 a large yield of any crop that we .
} of ambitious and desgerate patient was writhing in paroxysm Yours .. --4 .0)0''
Call for a Convention. of and Fig trees, one year old, 100 respectfully, V have seen. We have not seen an unpromising Quncyu sasop m
l leaders. When secession great pain, rapidly swelling and V JOHN Arrive at Chatuhoochee ___;._
t fr' Call fir a publican Congreulonal Convention fo the party was becoming V Peach trees; one year old, : 100 WALLACE.Levy' crop anywhere.Just two"

first .n Second C'ru Districts o the forced, against their will, upon the majority -' purple. Plum trees, on.'year old, 50 V as we go to press, we learn that PASSENGER TRAINS EAST (DAILY*rRO,

8&t, o Fud authority In ui. by the V ReV j of the voters, it was mainly done A friend of the writer, who spent Sweet Potato seed, 20 County Republican Con et1tlon.A the caterpillars have appeared in several TALLAHASSEE AND JACKSONVILLE.Leave ) KOR SAVANNAH.

publican State Central "ele, Convention will several years in CI io'rnii and New Melon seed, 40 Convention of the Republicans of places. _
b by appeals the Chaitahouchee._
held in the First prejudice ___
Congressional against 6:30
: 4 CMJT Augiut,A. D. 1874, at la vi.te M.on at the the CapU blacks. t Mexico, saw the same remedy' 'successfully Shovels, tools, etc., V 100 Levy county was held on Monday, July The editor of' the Times has not received .4 Quincy1:10 ams:3opa

,. Ida In the City o Taflahaiee.o'c.k .. oa fu the V 'used among'the Indians in the lat. Cow pens and, stanchions, 100 27th. at the Town Hall 'at Cedar Keys, by mail nor heard a' word of ,4.. )Ta1\aJiuerc JoaticcllCJ-____
w ,. Second COrlon 1)islct, will be held at the Court What but this unconquerable' prejudice -- for the of news in one month-not letteror V 4 50
room In the purpose electing delegates to a single ,. Madio._,_ __ '
time. 1 he ter
:r & Aknvie1 a same defeated the country. one instance, nn'In- Total- $7.050 represent the Republican has reached in all that time. Live Oak___ 7lcr
apportionment I ( for the repeatedefforts at conciliation party of Levy paper us ,.VV :io a m and 9:10Sy
II fellows to wit! District, If dian's dog near the was bitten in Lakeaty-....._ >&aa aDd
Cost .
lntc a Fln .camp of working the farm county in me nrst 11:15
S&Rota ,. Walton t, Washington and compromise in the times Y. congressional' District Ba1d'WIG_......_9OG..aDd 1:40: a.
: 5.a 9. Culnoua I. Iy Home.t. Gadsen 7. Franklin I.I just previous to the war ? the nose by a larger tles ake. The Interest on capit u,,at 10 per ct, ,$/Ud i Convention, to' be held at Tallahassee I Condensed News. Arrit tkt jad.-oDyillJ IS ..atd .r.n r.

i Y I; :." i. L .Jef.1 I ) I. Tay. Indian immediately'opened the reptile Ten men, at $300 a year, 3,000 August llth; 1874, to nominate a candi-
f. lor r. Levy i. Hilkborouch t,Sumter*, It was the extremity of the same prejudice Two foreme'n date for the'Assembly. W.U. Saunderswas TRAINS TO ST. MAXS.Tucaday .
Pokg.Mani.Leei. Munroe. --j
administered the
I I' ,. becuad(glonl DUllrc. Alachua 9, Baker,. that broke up the Fortress Mon l gall. 'The cure Feed for horses, 200 elected Chairman ArthurSimm ns, Poor Cuba is undergoing another severe ( ,Thursdays and Saturday-)

Bradford I. was rapid) and effectual. Seed for Irish Vlee President trial. The destroying Lei-e Ttaha) ...._
'\ : g. I.lrva 4 Duvt 9 Conference, by'rei'ufiing under potatoes, 120 and -T. G. Edmondson, patriot troops are Manon
Dae H&II 6. Madison 7. au any V Seed for 1 Secretary.: all plantations in the Trinidad .rnveatSt. Mark5..... 11:50' .
Je..Pulman.St )ohnlSuwanD3.Vollila. circumstances to tolerate the idea of garden 6 Leave St.Mark_______
,. acainstirrcful4ror convention .nd to car What can be Done in FJorda.? I Blacksmith's bill, SOO The J following delegates and alter- valley, and the Spaniards cannot. protect ,Arrive at Tallahucee____:uu'.-p 111 V_
fraudulent .
nprn&to. gradual emancipation, even with n probability J'uwily'expcnses nates were elected Herman the people. .
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regulations ,jar- 6,000 Levy
lowing with regard alter- To those, who have often ROBERT ,
dclegale complained WALKER.
If been adopted and ol! liberal amountIng I John G. Wiliams| tf. Caobo 'the I .q
nle hv must b strictly complied compensation, hat of the Delegates ; W. negro Captain.at the head Receiver and Geg'"Supl.-
IA with in" Each will be allowed in I to an .assurance. It was this and our representations fruit and Total, $12830; Saunders, Jerry Goluiw! ire, Alh>rnates. of the' number of emancipated negroes H. MAGEE.. As 'j Sopc -t-
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the convention county.it U allowed delegate many votes I only this prejudice, that restaiDed'thenlederc i capacities of FJ"rda were all' "coleur Making the net proceeds of 'the farm : J. P.-Ilardee was nominated for the As. js in the neighborhood of Cient'uegas Buck, sell. boot and shoe cheapest' r I.
tnd. If Oav delegate his alternate de rose1? and sembly W. IL SAUNDEUS ,_, .
; bis place in the i.bt may exaggerated, we commend $100,000, not counting the increase of Chairm'an.T .- wrecking''plmtations and enlisting 'I

tae i not fully .presented,the ,dlCau in cave or any.IIT.te counI' ; from, arming. tho negroes a perusal of the following. It is a letter the cattle and the garden tjuck that ,.G. EDMOXDSOX,; Secretary. V slaves and coolies' into the patriotic A.; G.. & W. I.T. CO/S RAILROAD' ,

piTccnt may can die vote ot the Cly. when that alone uvuld possibly save its t home friends of could be raised with this amount of help Resolutions were passed binding all ranks., V : V
a closeindustrious ,
County r Th Republican their convention County giving Committee lust of fifteen each rapidly failing cause.It careful besides living in the'finest climate in the Republicans in Levy county. ) harmony Cuban. have eaptured several military V FOMFERNANDINA ---

days publication of the same at which a convention the was the same irrational und, man, now actually"enga'ged, for world, thus saving the expense of having and concert of action condemnatory of I maps of the Trotcha, which show the TO CEDAR KEYS.
delegates! and all must be elected and the dele. bln'dprejudice the fifth year, in the cultivation the to Jacksonville the establlsbment'of a "black mans* -- I
V gates and. a;lected must receive credentials; that refused a re-construction come in order to be position, ,of forts, pitfalls, picket station.
signet by the Chairman soilin.thiS .It fashionable and party, the'excluslon of'any.class of I GOING SOVTM.cor c Kosrn'
and Secretary of the conven : county. gives.notthe:: healthy, and what is that
1'0 Chairman by which they were elected, ana certified by the based upon qualified'suffrage: ; ,when'reconstruction views ol enthusiastic theorist funny and unaccountable, 'we-h v'm n race in political org nit\tion; fidelity to LcTemp and states England Germany Fernandina.Callahan. ......_...__Ltm 5:3oata. ': .
No of the:Repblc. County Commllte by constraint with universal 'an but the herewith good learning and fair IntelleCt the party, and the 'belief iir,"the unity Italy agreed to establisha __....._...... 7:35 jai jjpc9
d Jlh c.le. pJe wl b aUoe &e cnvention. business, calculations of a practical gar- their time of thu Republic ''with'eq al rights to nil joint su'ciUance.over. ,the Spanish BaldwinStarke. { --V.4.9.0 are 1-50 le.
I, atat mUt b rdll 1 te coun suffrage was the sole alternative.' wasting at being lawyers, frontiers. :'---901. V
they '' 3:33 at.
,hlc represent. diner and reconciliation
: merchants book ; that the delegates ..___ r
I copy of the credentials mint be sent by the And now, the well-grounded 1 1 suspicions and keepers, eking out The .Detroit : .
elected Free Press Gaincaville--
chairman of the Cntf Committee to Dennis Eagan, In m.lasl, I promised to write you a an existence .by charging a great price to attend the Convention.at Tal. professes to Archer.._.. ._ SO' 11Yo
Secretary. of the Committee without day, of Democratic hadership! that letter on "what can be done in,Florida," for si little labor. lahass c. August 11th, be 'untrllmmelt'dand have discovered a young lady who Bf'OII_..___ __ 3:10:55 p. 9:49:

V : 1 .b ottbe Slate Central Comm will I were te fcient ind as 'you would like to ..have'me as The day' ii, not far distant when we empowered to use their own judgment blushes, goes tobed at nine, eat heartily, Cedar. Keys...... _-_M.. 6:10 V 6If 9:04 a, &II

,r ,I make up a r of the debates elected fo the us.-te of the utterances of the Seymour and near I like George Washington as possi- shall have a steamer direct ,to New in casting votes for member speaks plain English, respects her CONNECTIONS.At .

I convention list rrpnned a to their him by temporary the chairman organization of the from County the; manifestoes, arc again: bcing stirred B"i into le."here goes* V York, one end of'which will be.;an ice Congress The following were elected mother ilUU__.. L_ ,_doesn't_ i U want.to. marry a lord, Cb.uICSCOD: FERNANDINA.aDd -----I.. *t.A Steamer-.. -,City-. 1ft.Point.._fort__1

,I Conmitter. and all delegates and allec1! reported Yesterday transplanted 1,lOO young ,house, enclosed with charcoal, sawdust, county commiuee, to serve lor one yearor Knows 1IUVV IU 1.1'UIV.A Dictator from Charleston and Savannah,Thursdays' .

.and presenting; properly ce tlfied cft. Y b ,vigorous life, bJ the the wanton and range trees, which ruijiht !bo called I etc.,so that we can ship cheaply and inperfect until the next convention : heavy wind storm in Nebraska has,I 4 a. m. With steamer Lizzie Baker, from Savannah a. .V

.___ _._ .
cMd1n.ette II < L L Geo. S. Leavitt. II. S. blown'the and St. Alary'*, Monday at 6 (of .
pemnD uncalled a.m
I o O ,. for agitation ( the race-ques urungu } &nU. itt luna two Jed apart order." and u -h:4VM'. 11111- -. r trtwula---- .!_*in.<.1at. Rogers, J. p. grasshoppers out of the State. those points on Fridays at 8 a.m. ;
V made AU necessary by the SLate preparations Central fo the convention will bx tion, untl the cry of h a \vhit man's and one foot from each other, in an old .tbeir destination just as they leave lardee, Max B'umcnthal! W. B. Wim- \luC'h. pr duce that had been given up At BALLWINwit5 J P & M. R.R. from 'Jacksonville V
Committee'and delegates cow yard them soil here, Ircsh and in jerley: 'J. ,G. Williams, "r.W. Hodge has thus been saved. at 4079. m.;Jacksonville at 9:09':in. ,
holding r>tx perly crzti credentials. tat the first Con, party," which is so boldy adopted in giving well prepared tbeir bloom. This is 'AlGAtNEi>VILLE.with
certain line tot
'i j. % .Ilionlili. will rr to the members of the being plowed.a cr ,'. limes,J both the way we will ship our green peas, V Wash. Rogers, Jacob ,Thompson Jackson The kidnapped Ross boy i is supposedto Tampa: with stage line NewnansvUlev stag, Tnesda/i t
present and for the Second of tho Southern States.However Parish, II.j Levy 1t have been found in and Fridays. .
Congressional to the Chairman an.I thallow and deep, so as to mix the oranges, figs grapes, tomatoes, plums, T. Fatioiit af camp of gypsiesat '
i Mig.f admission uf the convention the hall and rv from them certificates I the zeal und enthusiasm, its limited. seed that produced> these plants were tbing. that is Jiibl: to decay: Any Simmons Jules Grenieri; Jerry. Gold- to the camp. West and l'am ..Fridays; fron these places Tkur-

t o W. H.respective GLEAbON.conventions. 'I' adherents it will add much more to the sown lat February in a,box, at a cost farmer I living up'jn: the St. ''Juhns, from wire The, Jeff McQueen. Vienna journals say that Attstria'has d Tampa ysWith, Mondays.Steamer With.Steam Cool;from Tampa Wa-aeriuci.Sundays lrrtorn: (of'
Clr. RepuUican State Central.Commfttre.Negro consolidation of of: 15 cents. There ate yet in the box Palatka to its mouth, can have: bis'pro- following gentlemen' were ap- received a circular note fro Germany Sinrannea Fridays; forSuwannre.Tuesday*

; -, -. -.- all opposing elements, three or four hundred to be set out.in; duce on lus little wharf and as the boat Xintcd a delegate ctiiiihiittce,' with urging the great powers to combine 'to V D.; EjMAXWELt1,,'

'phobia in American Politics and even if attended with temporary"all, 1,450 plants, from three to tight 'comes along, carry it.into the ice room, tower to attend all Republican meet- prevent a continuance of Carlist atrocities S-iJ V _. SopenntendeM..,

At this success it cannot, oil sui-h! 'aTjasi!! anticipate ; riches long above the ground, the roots and upon its arrival in New York, Boston ngs, fill Tal'ar.t'f s. ,which may happen : in Spain, and b\, "given a favorable: : i .,
time L .
i in
when the Democratic the Augii.st Convention and Con BROCK'S LINE :
: prolonged'domination. "" being1 equally; as long. On'e dulbr Philadelphia or Baltimore, it can v n- replyThe Morning Post assorts that .

V party seems desirous t re-awaken the Tho a of would' give you t-eed enough for 10,000 be transferred; 'to a larger ice, b u5e' in tion held in Levy county, and use every Germany will! propose .in the Brussels OPV V'V V

V old enthusiasm of Us adherents by .theaglt&tion history Anti-masonry anti [)lants.enough to stat out a grove of one either city to await sale Lucky is the effort to harmonize the party: Congress l recognition of the presentgovernment RtIVER STEAMERS .

: the Inseveral. 1 Know iiolhingisui, t-lnnv beyond a doubt; hundred acres. We have been trying man who has a'foothold on the St. Johns Herman Levy, 1I0 1. ;J. (. William., of Spain.

of tho Southern o race-question that I tin! bitter and uncompromising opposition to make the orange seed grow for the I river, for.as soon as the truck, is ready, CuI.U.: Saiuulers- Arthur Simmons, The %VhtfieldcnCntj'Geirgia Democracy

; States, presenting it a that naturally: arrays itself last five years and this box is Our first commerce will seek it-out tfud take.it JdfIcQui.t'nW; B. IIIIIJ e. J. V.-C.r-* have met in mash and JSUJJiilER SCHSDIJL&

a novel Issue forced upon them,'as i is success. Knowing how, it is as as where y uisb., nell, Jackson Parish; P.'tt'r'IIart, Chasi L. : iijoi-tlng
: alleged, by the overbearing Insolence against any such limited and race or: t to fall from a log. Now, supposing easy I Taylor.'Hnry feiramon?, .Fnink Boyd. N. TranuiieJl for Congress. OV aiHraCcr( lDAY. AJ'RIL.1t".lheslca, .1 ;'

r and aggressiveness tlieir fellow cjtiaen class-bbund movement, will overcome I had got filteen dollars worth ol seed and His Accidency Gov., Steams' Soiree; r Fred.;M II Icr, ,I'l'iIiCO Young, anti 3'II.I tiUt/'Brother Chun-It'at Samuel Evansr of the Metho-' (Sundays'tof cxcepwJ.this line;at fcin 8 o'clock leave Shipyard A. ..,k'S Wharf" daily- ,V .

find bury it for ever, in no long period., planted onu hundred boxes instead ofthis Walton and *' ham Caniy. .". -y Milledguvilltv Ga., hasbeenhrijriit'ed
darker hue Mawbey as Stearns ._V '"
not be V .Fuglemen. of the PALATKA
f may chnrguofeduction:
i I <
V instinct and one, would have htd: 145,000 plants. Walton as Middleman and ; : .
amiss look Cntml'\ every r.rbt Distributorof l> committee of the ibureh. V
t over our political, .history At two- years old they would bo.. worth Prize Fernandinaism. ,y V
motive of popular government can Officitil :: Alawbej itlIt Grocery and i intermediate andl. ,and rttun same day. -
of tbo last twenty)' years t'see, whether twenty cents apiece, more or less orabout BUS,1 SS and as Legal A'u ,Klux and In FEm NDiNI\, July 291874.' The'cashier and book-keeper of j
under the most favorable : Through _,for .'' ..
.any light i* thereby thrown upon the I, : circumstances- : $20,000-S14iX)0) ) a year. You 1 timdator. He fffeit uf thai Pflllla6Law ,At a regular meeting'of thd '-ISLAXD Messrs. E. C Antlers n, J r.'&Co. bankers tea ,- "

: .subject. Such a will lure but a shor.1r Already know of our getting forty,cents Library ull/h Altar of Political Sacrifice CITY Ci'EMATIOX CLUB," held at their: of Savannah, has run away with I ENTERPRISE" '
;S''O a: pound for Oven the $15,000.,, Gambling.lhe cause. !' ,
think, show that the grapes, or twenty-five cents I Itiet TALLAilA sEf:. FLA., July, 2!, 74. following additional officer f. "' '
V actual responsibility The Bonds and Taxes. allowing t'or.thcboxl| fur icing Editor Xew South:-1 have struck no were"duly elected : The, .Savannah Advertiser, says that days andmnterm.4iatc Undines will leave a* above on l'aefa. ,V \
of the present state of afT.i'rs and lOc...lor freight and J. II. Beniue there.aru three lunatics andjjaturdays. and'return .Wednesday and Saturday
one, but somebody his: struck' me and Chemist ; two negroes and evenings. 'I .' .
V whether it tend to better 'or worse, has The Savaml News, his an editorial Some of niy vines gave mu three dollars. a large joritvof the 'I epublican8:t Jacob Proctor, Jartotetst.- ; one white .man in the .county jail. ,All Shippers are requested to send /reight down during; .. .

I:! never been located with precise accu- relating to the recent decision of the I Sin Jameson, west of thu oily, bad single Leon county, and we charge the editors -The, remains of ,Tom Colins: have on account of the influence of the comet; he.-attcrnooD.26 J. BROCK* :Ajenu V V :

,1\ racy. Supreme Court of, this State which is vines that yielded twenty-liver pounds I of the Sentinel with committing the first been secured and are in process"of cremation : and.bad whisky. V

.' 1 full of of grapes. Mr. E. II. Maron, on the assault. It is a poor man that will. a full'report of which will be "I hue'wpr brides at For styfi Ii.Udtcs bats..k Buclc Jt
1 We as venom it is destitute of not twenty a Niagara I
may admit, as is oren .claimed) a Shell Road, had some that had: filteen defend himself' when he i is as tultcd by furnished In. time for your next issuel hotel the'same night recently. V V III

V that the traders of thcNorthwho. were truth. ItsaJs that Judge Frazer. decided pounds, young; >yines, at, .that, second L anot t'r. The 'issue,"ot- the Sentinel of We also have an eye on the fair form of Eight hOtels 'of' I,: F OR OCALA i> :,,-. -i-!r ."

t pecuniarily interested in slavery as : the, tame question *, precisely the year in bearing and set out four years I I: the 25th of July, denounces V the regula one'Smith"and it is an almost universal capacity.of making Saratoga mistrable have the ::1 '

veil as the Salesmen of the North whotolerated other way." An examination of the records ago last Spring. Saythey, will average Republican Committee of Leon county wish to see him erem'teJ. Jars can be ple. 6,000. peo- IVAND.oThEa V.V; '. V

of UK U. tweh'c. pounds; this will give three dol a>> being bogus. Now to show the. pro nred at the.Bakery of Geo. Sawyer V ,
V the S. Court docs not show pub It is rumored that Cabinet 'r rl '
1 eoWtuto'n what was lars to a vine. I have one acre set out lie that the Sentinel its Combustion changes I PLACES ox THE OCKLAWAilA,RIVER .
this be true. or editors, do are soon to be made ,
which ,
to The : V '
four by .
Judge with Attorney VV
granted an years ago one thousand vines. N. i j' <
COitre t acknowledge the propriety not believe one half ufvhrf. thvaert. nuwNsON, B EX. ANDREWS :
V. of existence, were all equally responsible injunction against the collection of taxes If, in the Spring alter coming to Flori- I feel! compelled, as one who'enllurL'cs- ---- Inkslinger. ,President. Russian Court. General will! be Bristow sent to the, AND ADJACENT COUNTRY.--i*i..'
da five .. made
V ( I had : ,
certain years ago) 'set'out tenacres the '
with the upon property upon certain true principles of the Republican
men of the South lor the of Datawares Attorney .General, and ex-Secretary .
Hartfords .,
I. specific 'allegations .in .the bill filed and cre- part, to V disclose the infamous. propositions State' News. will .. .
existence and by McCujIoch be aft '
Amti'lcao head
rapid extension ol velings, (or the early kinds',) and had that wcre'made\ to me on thejlth put of TII'E.: ,.VV'V, : .' .
the '
Mr., Yulee, ,0110 known how Treasury Department. I V-r.-: ; ;;; ,
slavery for so many )'car. Bat 'orvbkh to treat them I would now of July, in the 'office of Gov. Stearns t. '
U should also that a tax have: 10,000 vines .that would yield me and in LEON COUJ TYl V A pow 1ermilI: explosion at Pottjville STEAMER OCKLAWAHA, ;
bo Loriiu in mind that the bEn' t pay the presence of C. II. Walton, A. A. Ellenwoon delivered V j V ;
$18,000 in ew York, or $30,000 here a lecture Pa.i killed three and. wounded one far '
V first movement of thu the. Interest upon bonds which- hat Gov. Stearns and the Superintendent of .
American mind Our phrenology, physiology :and laws"of : Capt. W. A. SHAW. : V :t
net. tally.V .
grapes were sold by Allegrot- Public Schools : 0, "

t WArS tbe abolition of blavuy originated never been issued. ti, Undgcra &Co.,842 Broadway, N. Y., M.Lwbey. Mr. Maw of Duval bey said county to me, C.that F. health, in'the Capitol building last cven"n The President has bad a fall throughthe V WILL.. LEAVE. JACKSONVILLE il"

io the South, and that in the whule The Supreme Court in the case of to the beet fruit tores, and retailed if I would come out and ?. V floor'of a Summer house at Long :- I

hl.tr of this miraculous% rtvolution no Cheney rf. Jones,.decided that'such tax $1 to $1 l| per box of two pounds each i that the committee publicly,of which acknowledge dletl.Mrs.'Elizabetli in the insane Alson of this county,,p Branch. V V EVERY THURSDAY Y MQRNIKG, :1J

j more fervent aspirations for universal was' not legal au'l l that up'
than retting out illegal cents Republican Committee of the county; Many of the charge of libel is postponed Monday: *' % *\
those uf portion ; Tallahassecans
Southern and have V
61-ec1ialo1hc the V
liberty early! .making net more gone V GEo. k. FOSTlJi' .
Statesmen can be i' t,f th lie en joined. cents instead of 25 cents properly as before 324 that he would give mo the choice of the summering to St. Teresa on the Gulf.V The action is brought by Jlr. Gaynor, : .Agent.. ., V ,

fund, or any more books of his'law library, which, he said, They ,seem to that upon his own responsibility" a citizen, 'acbivllfrFl.rih. D'cn"si3 1872'W". ; :V '
and So far Jndffe Fraser and the State Courts stated, bu: I will'say.nothing of this'ahd: were'worth i five hundred prefer place to St.' '
UDcornpromUing condemnations dollars and at Tiltdn'havibg violated'one of 'the laws ,
sever ; "
Augustine. .
l let it for. and "
of slavery than those of Washington are ;in hrmuny'and' bae.s. ;en no insurance.go wear tear, "treakxge V and, the time Go,'.Stearns asked him, (Maw- .A Case of -The circumstances ottbeState. : 'OQEAN HOUSEa ; .

Jefferson and Mason. evidence that they differ (in Any respeeL V bey,)'what would he take forthe books, ofa of Ttl : : : >. ::
V I found on my place .1 little orange and Maw said that he very singular; c illness lire A committee composed of. one delegate V .i V ".
bey would .
As sell
'to the 'personal allusions to the tree about the not. i reported to in by the mother of af. 'each'State
The truth fc i that no special! merit fan size of your thumb that them'under consideration the. to represented in the International ; ; : V '
1 be claimed Circuit Judges and the Judges of our last year had twelve, to fifteen any but I flicted boy. Some weeks since, ayoun' !'Congress has been appointedto V JACKSONVILLE. V 'FLAtj 1
by any, so no particular orangeson could have them :if I would accept the colored lad < ,.; \Ia'I'r"V\ I:'.
the .
by name of
Supreme ,Court, to all of whom the and tMs'year has two hundred. propositions that ho \would : cut prepareunderthepreshlency of Damn k.j '
blame can be attach not his foot e"lr.a L.catcdand Gnl-ctus aD aH
to any, for falling News ; Had I fifteen acres of' as good trees setout with' them for other part on a glass bottle; and taking Jnmini report upon the 'programmewhich y it<*ppbintment9,>-- V
; in with moral and imputes corrupt motives' and corrupt any consideration, old in the wound afterwards will remain open during th*6"IDDlcrlllODtb.'I.. -
I great wlal revolntion one hundred to thu lIt'l"e..1.v iture for it was the bcs l law some days ; is to be followed in the proceed VV
that occurred in America, as it principles, it was not t<\ beexpect- to say that within three years from next State. 2., library, in the IB was soon affected by a singularstiff? ings.of the body. ..>!';l5ii trr1 '

had ed that that paper would treat them fall they would average rap $30 tree. refused ness of the limbs and jaws. He remain V TRANSIENT BOARD: L;.? ; :. V .
done in # .
previously England, AS an After to accept that'proposi.- ed in this condition : The'Emperor William is to visit Italy ,
with Pebplu givcu to bragging would neatly four ,: V 1; .-,., VV ;\,
common (dwrency. set that tion, the Governor told the V : r >; it t
inevitable change me to in and weeks, duying present year probably in the PER DAY '
necessarily' consequent $30 much higher. go during which time his teeth were or fio PER WEEK.: ;, ,
Oranges retail at I ? 4V
If that fifty them .
paper has' the give a.1r'of the delegation n here. : autumn. V td.;
nnd firmly set'and bis :
upon imperatively demanded tQ ohty cents per dozen, aifd wholesale I and mouth could not be V r'Vcryr blll,.arrangements nude with V ;1,.
Mawbey Walton' intervened pennanenloarCe'rs. V
V by the moral, social and political advancement possibility,that any man or 'woman |>brn at three dollars hundred. Largo trees said that the and opened so that he took no ,food whatever The Provincial Correspondence er. > ,

of the north of' ;LJtmor could be honorableor otten yield l,OO to 2,000 oranges, and 'ma and would Governor would,stand by -life being sustained by morphine u ; presses the hope that the visit of. the i V ,',. V XIRS." V : .t t :. -. ffo). "' f
However L.
race. it make,me the man of the and other stimulants .tu nFCTO ., V .;
virtuous tre have been known to byperdvrmically squadron to the coastof "
tec have failed notice yield 6,000 to Spain
may have been expedited by iDdividuala00. t i county. Mrt Walton, who calls the administered. Jacksonville May ,1874.
The 33 ,
8,000 oranges, By Rogers arithmeticand boy is now ,reeoyer. will effect. a happy change in Spanish <1 ,. ,11'I
If that paper has ever ,treated regular RepublicanCounty Executive _____
ing and able to be though reduced V 41
various Souter )
or reLrd'd'by accidents, reckoning at $30 a tree, \vo ld'nt it; Committee up, affairs.., A "
l people who differ with in wit] bogus, asked me what office alm 3t to a.skeleton. p EGULAR TRIWEEK1I\'LI4E
politics affection
it His ,.;r
later ?
in bc$45,000ay .we
sooner or the "ar
I Aarga. pf 700 "tlorruon. -
way did and V V :
V want that I wanted immigrants XX TO V -
he THE.
: any believe; i is 'S BAR.
but the pronounced of
an)thing vilest abuse, without 1 would recommend two ot a case lock-jaw have fi
acres disembarked
of would recently in New "
ussiest in York
\v"s euro to it for
conic. in
slaver getting me, ,or the
I regard age, sex, .or condition btrawherries, set out in rows eighteen by attending physicians, prs;Button from Europe., This STEAMER S SILVEJ-i-SPRINGS; :.
this b true, now that the black,cloud I is t we inches and twelve inches from other words, he would see that.I got it. and Massey. It was certainly a very w.the'larlest num. V -S'S
notice apart each : ber ever brought at-one ,
it. Mr.
Walton also said to over time. :
hr failed me that
forever and t anyoneof remarkable case 'and the
gone at uterrible cost, there V other. o'ifty- igbt thousand jiill, reck:: boy's rt recovery
V that paper has ever shown i It our leaders cOuld'tur .' things ,the still more remarka h.--Floridian. .The Republican( Convention r -
V should be a capacity to look back over I that oning a half a pint to the hill and thirty of the .v"
f deserves the support lunness men cents A quart, it would.f, .$4,850.; You other, way in this county, and why not Icome Mrd.M. Johns, mother of Captain I Fourth District in Alabama ha r nomina- Win begin her regular-_ trips to Mayport and-' ,o
oar past history, and draw from its right out nd'd'It. He also said R. C. Parktiill Ir Pilot Town, touching at all
V V best doubtless know that half and mother-in-law of ted'Hay a for Congress 'by "acclamation. intermediate points,Thurs- .-.<
\vhos 'customers are brslimed and a pint to.hill day June .sth.
sound that I should be' their 1874.leaving Farter's :wharf every'
teaching guiding principles for .put jon county Attorney General Cockc. is dead. '
traduced fn : is a small estimate, and we often I TueSd y'Thursda.Sa YaDc J'liJO'-II.. ,: "*
daily its columns hat gt a ticket for the legislature this _. ___ V
we fall. Mr.
muminl earl. .
a..1 '
future action. And in this ORANGE COL TY. V mn.n.. ..
retrospect of dollar a quart. People who down CARD. -- ---- -- '- .6'5 ,..I.-
failed notice it. .coron I IawbeJ said! that\\t\ \ WAS only A matter The is A citizens a splendid opportunity enjoying the pleaaur-r
twenty years only, will be found that t tt AA to' cnun/1_ tluv_ urlnf__ utr* RI'A 11 an,!)*- county settling 'up'rapidl'andgood V of Mirtbathingwithout neglectine, thcli buiiaess.. r
'n n n. --- of bread and
4 butter
I and that I had .
--.1 .
better ,
rich and if tuko notion' sterling men are building bomes, .. : LttaIaoIci'IceYery J. r'. ;
they !
a "to have V..NOTICE *" :. < '
many ui our wort' politicalhave ( taketespoon that had the moat butter : '.
mlltkls Editorial A correspcndent of th&SouthJ'lorida ,V, '' V
V Notes. V. Byrne, strawberries they will have them in it. i .' ;.. i,' .SUNDAY AT s A.'M. ': "
taken their risein thoe same prejudices DO miueLwh t they cost, and.besides -My reply to this last proposition Journal writes thusly about a fatal snake. T?our Exchanges, Publishers; ,and Printers, ,alt;_.vANSON V V"Returningonth.evtningotbesameday. ,i. ,t, ,
V '
was, to them b'l\tr'o
01 color, race and condition, We' have endeavored,' by'every fair we send them I id the i iceberg to New give the bit at Orlando : :, ,. For freight or .' ..V f.
delegation be board.r
might lone wlt-houtsus- passage apply on
, ; Mr., BUtch was chopping firewood '
\: which art DOW again cropping out in means in show York and get fabulous prices. V .V; k7tl.,- ," I', -
our the and V"
power; t up ,Now that hare, the picion, that I would come and see close, by the h u.se.and; his little sins THE ,HARDY '
portions of our country and very seriously accidental Chief. of-Florida wo icebergs to Governor on Monday, but ho said 'were'playing about '
MaglSra ,
on a 'pile 'of logs '
shlpinyT can raise Ten :
rlpromi5lng'our future general together with'some ) fellow, conspirators tig- set out 15 by 15 figs.leet or.100 acres.to the ol' that be was going to Quincy and wouldnot close by,' in endeavoring to get down 7 ,- .(- Latest improedV, -, SIr1.ATIP: WANTED.. '

pe and safety. The history of these nod instruments, in their ,true acre,and reckoning at a, bushel to tbe be back before Tuesday, so I promised from' the pile, the next to the,',eldest PAPER AND A competent Engineer. Millwrightand 'Machinist., ; ,
abounds him to come and see, ,him on/Tues- made a misstep and pufhis foot .down CARIi'CUTI'ERS.i Euciliar i wii all other-mechanical work and well posted 'V'.'I
with and .
illustrationsthat at "
r twenty years light 'and them unfit 20.cents per'qlrt, would be V
for thpositions in
i t prove day. I never like''to break a promise between oh mercantile business,having bad much cxpencncq !
two logs J'
are full of potential instruction and inimical b 6400. Ten acres of. peaches, same 1 but I bad.to break 'this because I knew shake .stepping an enormous I1 have resumed UK ; ntiscture.and sale of tieseMachines. as Superintendent Agent and BooIc-keepcr; desires a t" .
t they dl'gadl ; number of bushel lay coiled under position where he (an make himself USefuL ,J
those who wish i trees, at | to the tree that such transaction'would defeat .wUh which my,name has been so long idea V" Salary % -
their a the Htyauluyconsidcratioc. .
it ( the neath/when he'\vas' bitten'on the Address ...
disreputabl heel
and $6 a bushel; would '4500.; tilied.and extensively circulated for the V .1;
giye ; fifteen
of the post HIRAM
will ,
Who people; whcrf ,
has forgotten tho oft-told tale of means they employ to carry ,their yari-: Fifteen ,acres of;: Sweet potatoes, 200 came, I was out in the Tuesday without by the monster. 1 r. Preston was called' yean and all!.Mac!" ff'mj-mfatturt witmo. Care of'Norton' & Koolrer. Dealers in Real Estate, ':, iii*
the inherent brutishness and to the 60 cents country, exposing delaybut medical aid was unavailing hflrdV "h rkJi tAote in Cow Ocean and Bay streets,Jacksonville florid '
stolidity out schemes-to- interests of the Hepublican'party -i bushels ,acre- at a bushel, all their, :'propositions to the my illustrattd cir fulVQ-wsw-tm .' '"*,4
people. the :
ubjvetion mere animal 'that wuuld amount to''I,<. We.jyften pootchildi'aner.lingering CaMP:,-5 my kmt""If Urtu in IfactutixglMy I % .4
passion get
t and n hindrance the Mr. Mawbey said, in the presence of the until 10 o'clock on the
..attrlbtred tbe then slave in of th State from;throe to four hundred bushels to Governor/that' if I did not accep; thisPFOPOSltIOflVI released following f latest Improved Iron-Frame PAPER CUTTER A CARD : : -* '; ::: .
t every prosperity ; by morning, was ,.from, suffering. 10
thus ;
encouraging and from 75o with --
acre, to $1 a bushel. patent moveable cutting: board,two all-steel tempered .", -s' ". \ :
p the &uthwbl first It begin to factions and dishonesty wherever they Ten acre of Irish potatoes, l'1'ckoDinltaL.1oo as a lawyer would In the never be, successful of this- The snake .was killed and,upon examination -,. knives'and squaring board, stilt holds its position V V V .JACXSOMVUXK. RU.V)"arch jtst,t114. ; :4 l:,
courts "
nt the rife of the antl.larr can. brie: their personal influence to bushels to the acre,'and at 81..0 county. JIa: said that the' Governor .cottonmouth. proved moccasin to be .sturaptailed about three Inches or as the FAVocrwPirra Com AMONG PRUTxs. -* THE SOUTHERN LIFE INSDEANCE' COy ."
agitation P Who a bu&helwe hare $lWO. Ten of .and the best machine In the
can forget periodical bear. acres would i .market for die! low. '
appoint justices of the peace that in diameter and oftbamost tob: '
.venomous charged for : In a fcw da'y appofBt a
plums or ono thoUsand trees, price ,it. ;
V panics, with wild visions of mid, As would always decide cases : V
of their mode of 'my against of the moccasin kind : "s J' ;, '
bushel to the tree, at $2 a bushel, you ,!taint imfravid j&rtfy 'Caird Florida.. In the meantime I will K ,
Oti conduct
nfcht murder and me before, their courts .Ispro- .1ta manage 4'n
rapine which)
by tbu proceeding to work out a pet scheme, hare 82,000. Ten acre.. ot melons 4.- and that he, would right or wrong, MANATEE COCNnr. : DOtlac't1 MOST DESWABLK AID CirrrtR' in the T ."j .

V Southern press used &be filled in orr.r'In wo call attention to the letter of Mr. 800 bills, 10 by 10. .ay each hill yieldstwo courtsi and sheriffy appototcJerksoUhe would From the Clearwater Timesof July ,market,for the C ncra111SCS of a printlug offlpe oL, V t -A I .". V

fire thti Southern heart ? melons, at SOc a net thav always lltb we clip : : All communications directed .cant A. '
Wallace piece 2580. to IIIC' Henry
of Tallahassee., The wll-kncnm .
.d.dt 'I it. not'a servo my papers: wrong, or .make thoreturns Six water-spouts wereseenfrnui Kugzttt Curd C Utrm with .my ;
Mr. Bidwell I our
' i when tbe war came nnd the whole male; edifying scene ? His Excelfency alter first lot and 40c this lor year the nctt.ed.47c'second for the, wrongi soh4i| .would,,never, be office doorwithin. a'a-hour, i on' Tuesday, latest'Improvements,,b.still preferred )by.many pript-- i L'Ensle, Secretary of the Jacksonville Branchwilj c .

i population was absorbed, in the armies I II nattlj, wheedling V and threatening\ ; in New York for 67 COc- selling To Successful as a'l1w'cran' ; l, eventually,' l last. One or them, the l largest one-we tr and holds its favoritism over other machines* :,receivcdu.attcniJooVV ; j .j" I'1 '" ,
and _
.each ,
V ., *
I would be compelled to I leave the ,For alttt and prices"ste1 illustrated JaS: i' : : ,?.
otthe tersawwas the 'Stand
I Confederacy, women: and children 'I Walton,.the IUpp.r. m.-iking equivoca recapitulate: ,, -V ? and finally leave.the State; ,* continued insight very:more near' than'a, half; and' .: Shipped direcr from 4i.e' (actbry' 'to any'i of, the S'V J 1t.MII1.ER" ,. j.. J. <.:,,V-. "*
antrour. part
,, mid homes were thousands of In I promise! intends 10 acres of Melons $2,580 V ,' ." ''. i ., yi
'I I f
never ,
'want to ask the "
,, '
j l t per ; people of this State, V : .J'j &VV'V ,ountrx .. : : 4-i-tf Genl.Suft..of AceaciI
I Inc J left t the nole care of; those very ;; anil gushingly, 10 II of l'lums, ', -., ,2,000 and especially the;colored peoplewbat Our frieiids .Orders .. _. .;, \
-laylne Long ( solkiteJ and be "- ,
fur Ma"bl' JO.-M 'pfliWrPotitoep .*. Bayou are planting .!.can. filled by return nuul. : L ',..'.., .. J "_- '
I brutish* nlive, ,nd bwfesr1'cyrn 1' I t.le retBIaticsWn4.th4 of j .. l,OO I kind or republicanism, 1 is this,? Is there flweet.'potatofes( py tho.. have ;: Umbrellas and parasols W be had t Eucky's. ','
mJerrthey' cl4.
'' r the-tempted disciple of 10- ".-..ol.8w ;: 1 '' : : ; : ::,.z J rVV :" ,''' ; ; .. 1-Z i'U ,
;- j' for1 -
)1 C.111.t. rift) i' ;, ,I.IUV any safely lIeor) property whbn such planted enough to make one row tJfteermiles '44V'_ .'. ; ANSoli ARkr"p ,, -'.,
I 1tD't4Ibflr trnt : Ii "lf .Wcll, we hiv 10. 'Ii. orreacU. J, V ', rb low", things as'thcsare id be "f" .;rv,.{ ,: ""L ., w .V 'TiCTUREScopicd ft BlCJtir V ::.:
. and colored WOOD
duty P ac* long and arejtUatwork.! t at
/I i V i-f V '\. ,, .r : $ono .
r -, V .
V- r. :: .r,4 S. \ > : : -., V_.:i u7.35! ; '' ; L. -:, --Auburndaljj.v-Mass.* .-. ,:" ..fit" 5 r..I. .. "f' t.- ,..., ., 'i'I. iiJat.-' '






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: VSEMJAVEEKLY/ACKS tSAflJRDAYAUGUSTi; : 1874 ; ,\' : 2./ :

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CITY NEWS. Confederate States. I Correction. fully giving a false alarm of fire within Mr. C.Il. the ,' ... J -r ::
of k
firm of FOR SALE OR "
L: his Bible In our last issueVe published among the corporate limits ot the city shall be Benedict McConibe ,

MotKiKC. AUGUST i, 1874. .' liable to fine Dot less than left for the North,
ATCa.UAY a .
ten dollars
In Short" ,
Ing of a chapter hs the a paragarph ',whk-b unjustly by train ..oj.FURNITURE .-, .,, .
lie SALE.
and not to exceed twenty-five dollars yesterday. will remain OR
Religious Directory. satisfaction It b l ; reflected upon a youtig lady whose the discretion f WAREROOMS4 .
I at of the Mayor or imprisonment away i r three or. four months. _

(Under this fc ad we wfll publish every Saturday burdens of a soldier. *!Character reported to Us as Irreroachsable for a term not less than ten days. Ten acres of had os the Kings Road,only two .-- ,, -- -jy
aN"t aucb notice of Sabbath serf kc*as may bt overlook and indirectly coupled her with Be it ordained 'by the' Mayor and Al MARINE INTELLIGENCE. miles from JaCtIsOGVCM. This land k ; "IIi ,

','. -10"by 4.'ded Fridaaftcno.JG.1 perhaps helped him the brutal Stu hs. We bad been partially dermen of the City of Jadt-onrille, That' ADMIRABLY ADAPTED TO THE .1V"

St..JohnS Protestant Episcopal DuwJ street.head any penon carrying or using a DAVIS & DREWrPARLOR .
dMarkrt.R. H. WeBer. r. Sunday cervices tt candle-sticks were misinformed as to the circumstances slung- ARRIVALS AM CLEARANCES AT THE POUT OF CULTURE OF SUGAR CANE AND :

A .nd V* r. M.: daUy.st6A. *.* Friday. 74l. shot within the corporate limits or the JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.ajiuvAU. FRUITS OF ', ;. lP.j. ."t :,
i service didn't want surrounding the case and when the shall ALL KINDS. < 1
\I' ,. rooj.lp Mission Sundays 4 34 any city upon conviction thereof be I

Pinta Sunday School at 4 r II. II II5 Schools ial' It was calm paragraph was written that fined in the sum of ten dollars or imprisoned and.beaab6d located -T---: ,. i .k-.4..i
on a supposed July for BUILDING LOTS. For
Brooktva and East Jacksonville.* A at Services isrtJacl t.J.Schr.Kate S,Cook. Hafc. St.Mary Ga. '- .
t nviUe every Sunday at K P. "; company to which both parties were of disreputable character for a term not exceeding four days. I.. .* .** lJuic |AM ,.Wjjt, Wir.ierpo.i \i. r'B.and tmns S SUITS. CHAMES: '
i.- JH Paul's Methodist Epwcopal ( outh).N.E.Corner .. .. John G. writ, bt. Leeds New Y Irk. WEBSTER
,( f'l Uuval aad Mewnan street$. Htv.J. B. Fiupatnck, I,camp and were who had been,engaged in a street On motion the onhinaneewis adopted.Be .'1.- C H. KM .ltuikjii. New York. or by letter care A. WAUACWJackaooville., at .' '.lint. .-. '.' ;. -..4 "w"'f uint. $ '

.,- I'r.z-Presbyterian Owich turner of Ocean' and A.- and tbe foraging fight and who had placed iheir characters it,ordained by the Mayor and Al. U .. .II J Florida.. G. Drew.-WadluB Ciii.ofe, PwrUcacc New York. Florida. .. 'I' .itjlll.JJ.'It

Pastor. ervics.unday dermen of the Lily of Jacktonnlle, That 4. Altarelia I o- ._ b. 1'.r' -i
am ureets $ .. T.N :. morning M "i o'docaad In the evening at rH- unsuccessful. Our glaringly ,before the public in a any person being found 'guilty, before .4 4. Prescott HayclsiM. McDonald BeU Latest MOSQUrrO.BARS & FIXTURES JW. ..
Sunday S*.'J and Bible CUua .t 94 o'clock. PrayerVeetiitt lation for an empty manner which justified in handling the Major of and fat, Maine. sty'e straw and silk hats at ; i,rSu.'O aaaod : .
f., ..Wcdae.dy evening aljtf o'clock. tvtran- wilfully maliciously July f7,Schr.. A. Hartal. GiWimt New txmdon -

r1'.nd friend cordially I Invited to attend. worn and trusty their names in a light and careless way. defacing or injuring or destroying any "4. .- Nellie Gram I lordan. New York. SALE. :: -, ... '_;.
Srmoe *in Ocean street Pre%by enan Church. tt A. fence building. or sidewalk the Kate r. Harudia.Bcvrrty Mat. FOR .
, fI,.10.orrow.Kev.RJ Lyons wilt preach denly) a cryvas' As the young lady's character untarnished proper'. 31.. Helen t.Condon.McCarthy Belfast .
" Presbyterian comer of Newnau and Monroe streets. 1" The Bible by immoral ty of another, shall be fined in the sum Kalmar.Lambury.New Y\. BY A. J ROSS. DAVIS & DREW.
r tltv. -. P-Mor. camp any atmosphere, of tea dollars or imprisoned for a term 'I 30. Dictator. Vogd. Charkuon. Parkw ,
r Bethel lUptuu.comer of Church and Hoe streets, that ftoldier was and she was brutally attacked Stubhs 3'T Schr. ". W ttrNw York. In this city.Beighborhood fint-daas, on north side elf c'S.
by. not exceeding four A Swti.corwtro( "" "
days. >hley street, between PM and Lam. within -
Services "
Vf Mr bilden..Pastar. every Sunday Harry C. SLpherdWzlaon. .Y one '
tpominc at t. o'clock. evening S- and death of the we gladly make her an apology. Both On motion adopted. M. )I IUI e Hudson. New York. the block best of the Su James Had,and*y> feet 0. oat of I I Parlof Suit*. BAY AND LAURA STREETS. 'Dsbor. "... .
boarding-biMises in
Trinity Methodist Fpiscopal Church. opposite St. meal he returned to hertelf and meihcr are members Alderman Russell from the committee CUAXAKCCS. town,two two-story Parlor :: .;;Sulta.0aaMr-.. :.rsw ..
\. tastes Hotel on Monroe street, Rev. S li lJamcll.l'.cor. : SISTER FRAME .'
t, SUM
remarked churches in this in the matter of the July :5.Schr.. Armie L. McKeai, McrCert, Norwich w .""
I, Second Missionary Baptist Church.Puval street. be- sly to a city., Bay street grade, Con adapted to-singfe or double teneaent use. withoW ,

meet Laura and Pine streat*.Re.M*Brown. Pastor Vthat .Bible. I The facts in the'case as made report as follows:' x July .5,Schr... S. F.Seabury.Trim. New Ha a. chance or expense. Each having six rooa* below,ia- ".. .' itw.t.-
us by ctuduiK two kitchens in L attached -
to main bouse and
Catholic S. W corner Church and Ncwnaimreets.Father Laura s.WMJOn.S.rZtI.NcwYork. '. "
Dufatt. Early Mass at 6#. High Mass at totf; ter." Of buch participants and witnesses reveal that a Gentlemen of the City Council. .M a'1. Uus. Sawyer MulUn. Boston bar above; six closets below and dor above, with .

," \'oJlC" at So life Your committee appointed to determine .4.3'. Sir, Dictator Vostl.Charleston. havinff fire-place two in front each room in main house. Each house EXAMINE OUR LARGE "STOCK.m .
and back
Second Advent. Brooklyn neat S, Fairbanks reside. of the soldier most cowardly and brutal l assault was two enrraiKvAM! dn- -

,.' .C W, -. Pastor the line of grade lor Bay street'.rv- : way on each skle with piaua across the enure front, .: ._:1Jt''n _
' W. of Fine and Uuion made upon thb mother and her daughler extending round the corners twenty feet to the front .
First apt olt.'i. comer streets. .
METEOROLOGICAL RECORD.; doors also nund the entire -- -.1 "ftl' #. t ,.
rwtrtThat with walk
I';. Rev African C B Methodist Simmon, Pastor.Washington strec.t Rev J. R. Base' by one Stubbs. Mrs. Brown, her they have had the street carefully Obterration,. taken at 7 A M i r. M.and 9 p. M. puxu..running thirty leet bock 10 the double same wood-heightof ." < .,i' -wi-t

I Scott. I'auor. The members ul daughter and Stubbs and family occupied survey ed and thu same represented daily.by the Mgnal fctmce U. S..Army in tha city house 15x10 tet. .*-.". < .' '.. ... K.. ...f... ,
Club have on the aci-omjtnin profile, = c .4 A WELL OF GOOD WATER lot .: 1 ot
.. just tho same house on Pine street. upon I :0' 2. '.-" S- 101. .
Bty Street. which the,grade is marked' in red lines. July. 5 2 .W jfo and pumps within five feet of L. brick curb,and sink 101 '. ta ,. .'
their new grounds at Slubbs was strongly addicted to = 9 = .! 5*' ;. attached with cemented drain 10' .. ._._.
getting The is from the : e ., fitly feet to cess pout. "L-VykV-- '
centre of O "'
the tor and survey : .
rohtrnct grading Bayand !
paving 1 bese bouse ,
= i. jre within forty feet ol each other.in; .
and when : ? .4'
ktreet 1874. S 1 _
Intoxicated and withal was quite an unpleasant crossing streets so that tbe elevation :0 5 J complete order JJi SJaCKSmrvtiu. J < : .I
r "c.. : throughout, having been .recently : :'JJ:
) Street. between Ocean and Pine bas .
nay '
probably the best neighbor. Often he and his of each centre being known the gn.de is 1- i f 5 F ] I I! Painted ami repaird. The western one occupies a I hi FLA. .101 %<. "' w.'bi-"
awarded W. II. who Is S half lot-the eastern occupying the half of .
been to Avery, war a Sill 101 -> I
The.lub consists of family suffered actual want and far easily determined low centre to centre T_" -*'S 9 a/90 77 90 S Fresh o.oi Clrfy lot. upon *bich is a lawn with orange, prach and fig 101 .. '., ..
as .
101..11J1. :
now bustly at work with R (!ps of men. by any.one. The amount of cut or fill 7 *9 94 Bo b S Fresh o oo U'y trees and gr and sixteen years as in their power the Browns endeavored eot'h Wed. r 9 99.53 87 6t SW Fresh o.u6 d'dy on north side Funytb street,,between Market and ,. ., 101 .r' the at centre is marked M $101 '
The line oi street has been run and on lamp post > 9 ,j,93 Ej 86 S Fresh oc6 tair Liberty a iwo-story-and-a bouts of thirteen .'S "I ; ,
rooms IIoU *-
"** lot .1iII
play a matchgame to alleviate their distress. Finally or other prominentpote. .Your committee 7 JJ.O3 83 73 S Fresh 0,00 Fair built in i87u by the present owner ai d occupied by himas 101
laid.A. I
the gutters are being Thu. 30 x 30.03 St 7i S Fresh o oo U'dy a private residence, 101 101._ '__
2d nines on these Stubbs with the advice and having sixty feet frontage on
was obliged to leave and assistance I 010101010 D&D 0101010101lOloOOOOOOOOOOOODOOODOCOlOI
$ 8a MV Gentle Forsy .
.. 9 30 7 0.00 U'dy r street and finy two and a hall feet on Adams
I'. M. this day. The seek other quarters. 'In the rear of the of the smveyor, as will be seen ,by the ,-a a 3"7 "E6 SW (knde t.oo d'dy rr distance between s reels two hundred and ten kct with; lOloo. 'j'*!_ '

Challenge. profile, ,have made Ihe grade of the Fra 30.03 86 61 EE Fresh ooo Cl'dy large cistern bath-mom pantries, cloteu and water DAVIS&Dirw.oolOl .

tlie Fa Men's Base Ball Club hereby to attend. The 1 \ house on Pine street is a .little garden; streets confirm as nearly as it was possible i- Barometer corrected for temperature and elevation en the three buve Awn.memiuned Including a small lot of lurniiure. AC 10101900(00)0 lot lOloooo -FcBurrvBB C oosolOl 01)101 1 J. 4"if- ,;
.". < ..'
club in the State where property being situated on high I 101 .
the _
cballf nge the Lean Men' alias the Hungry any iamily raised vegetables. 1 1I to the general contour of tho ground, .---- ground considered as lot tor.10t lOlooo WaJtiHOCU. oo&lOl ,"
I6' J
, Army Base Ball Club to play 21 members are under I Leading from the garden to 'the street. making nu deep cuts or heavy fills, yet ,Local Advertisements. HEALTHY AS ANY PART OF THE CITY III 10J n..IOCXICIaIOPIOI .

game The is when brought- the proposed line of having good and free circulation of air at aU tunes.WH 101 ICIOlOIMOOftlXOlOIOlOlOl ,1'10.nl I! '"
of late hall fur a bat and ball on the years. ) ; a gate. In moving his things .Smbhs grade 'your committee believe the improvement ;' be auld tur CASH at a very low figure as the owner is 101 101 101 101 : : 'Ii f. f. .
members of the 1st knocked down the gale.. He about FOR RENT. desirous of settling up. for particulars apply to the 101 toi lor 10: '
R. E. Lee Club grounds, Laum street, was will be so marked both in owner, A. J. RObS. 101 lOt 101 101 ,.1 U -" .

on Monday next at 4 o'clock P..M. 1ST to put it up when Mrs. Brown told him the apparance of'the street and in the Apply A fumLhed at this office.room, centrally located. Rent. .low Jacksonville, Flo..July i. 1874. 101 101 101 101 .101 iorlcs4 101 ; i..., .
PETEU JONES, II *nry Simons, bho would see to that.' Some words convenience of travel'as 1 'to meet t with i ; of Also four by looms same eat party comer for fate Laura or rent and,two Church small bout.I _tOI .. 101 __10l .111rl-ui; .
Togni Mott, C. between the the approval of the owners;of property and near the St.James HoteL tot 101 L-
Captain F. \. 1). B. C. Irsed two; when Stubbs. HAT SODA FOUNTAIN lot ., : 101 ftl..0
Charles Crawford. I along the street and of the citizens AU the above .named property is desirable fur
very !
_, r A. C. Prevail. 2d who is gdid to have been partially' inebriated Your committee deem this generally. a In die La Fawrila. cigar store, admired' by all i,'" ,Northern visitors.. 7-4Swtm lot lot ,. '101 101'," 1. t.'...1 .

Personal. John Cooper, 3t1 1 struck the lady a blow with matter second to hone that has: come before ..1'3cl'..:. _101JU.o.r.aWpt s4z :"r

llofl. C. A. G.wgill State Comptroller Sidney BUbce, S. his fist, and immediately picked up apiece your honorable Jody"l ThoJact) that : ,BASE BALL GOODS ::. Linen. and duck suits Bucky sells -. .;. ji OJ .dot1) 50

John Onter, L. F. of plank quite and I the principal business. j,street and thoroughfare At Santa dai' Bazaar .LT.&1a Granite : ,'I .it';: .t1Sii i" :-..cTHEFINESTANDBESTSELECT
left this city for TallahasHsc heavy large.hearing comer Bay and Fine -
streets.Jacksonville.Florida. ...
Uwrge Weller. R. ; presents ,such. a disagreeable F IRST-CLASS FURNISHED HOUSE '_ ".
Hubert difficulty between Mrs. '
. HernindtZ appearance should (causOthe ,members 'TO RENT ,. Jh' ....#

ll Walter Masters, Brown and Stubbs, the daughter rushed ot this board as well as every od citizen For the summer., A large furnishct room on Bay lit IACJUONVULB. rED N THE SOUTH.! .. } ..JC4.t4

to the ('itJ'. 20 NI : to the fiont.of the house to the to feel it a.shame and reproach to street. Apply at the office of .. ,j
FOR ",.-. .; .not 151
while it lasts and 4Stf TH New SOOTH. SALEI .
\Vihley nisOet', P. As she ; your committee -
soon as within .
C. A. Fain-hUd Eiq. and M. W'.Ihrew. came i IJ' ._
Frank \.Il Ca would therefore :earne>tlr recommend 4la'

Eq., have returned trout the Charles Peterson r. ,} Stubbs swung his club and struck thit the Street Committee"be instructed ICE CItEAMTliataflacki'.Ow1cdgctobeupcnortoanycvcrtob The,will undersigned sell his residence intending OB Adams.to remove.Street to his,Bear plantation the Parlor Soar, .RICH.... !. PLAIK." .. II ...Qambij4f SHIM ,II':;
girl a crushing blow across the Tore- lo Invite for street St.James and Grand National Hotels.. ; ml, ..
Kurth.Mrs.. I Max Robinson, 2d proposals grading the had in this) city previously is to be obtained at the Parlor if' ; sad t'I.'.,*' u il 0aam.4Il )

Frank Innd, 3d 11.D.iiil knock'iig! her senseless to the side the whole length,) be,done-us soon. as Temperance Reading Room at La finvmta. 6-13d Apply to J, C. Garnav.o4ksoeDille. H. S. SANFORD Parlor Sirits. Jl" ._ OJ b..s1I ,,
J. n. 'CIa
Midi l It ft forthe
Buckjand c en KobitiMin S. .. Stubbs was anested and taken the Board of Health deem it safe and j March. 1874. twSStf Softs. SUBSTANTI"'I.', .: .,?. Ia. 1U k H\I t...
North on the ilcanit-r Dictator estrflIsy Herbert will permit the removal of earth. Your Parlor OIarubcr. .
BiVhors '
the Mayor and the charge of as- Suits. .] .'. ,. ,. sm..omUt'ti..n.q- : '"
murniflg Samuel }Fluin K. F.Jnmei committee recommend that a sewer Many on rising in the morning complain of'a head. Robber and oil suits at Bucky's.. -. ; '
CUIII'tc"r.| C. the mother and daughter. made of heart_pine of proper size lo carry ache or letting stupid. A glass of Vichy : }
linn. J. T. W ,11s M. C. 1\.ft this or Kissengen ., '"t
cityFill' ". to W.J.1't :
Allic Meek Sub.Wanderers the fate of the off the water., be Bay from"Tuflls** '
: yonn! ladv.. across Mammoth fountain in La Favorita cures WHEREAS, At a meeting of the -
(nu! ilie jcMvrd.iy nlteriuxin. &trt'ety at the*:foot .of all such leasaot -: .A.",?
gave hail! to the Marshal we are Liberty street, mi, sensations. 6-lj-tf Jacksonville Gas Light Company .
---- -- henever the filling is done at that point ,orjanued on er the act of the General AssemU] We are prepared to offer our stock at.-
in the.bum of$20. The young lady of the Stare of ilurida,approved January 8, *853, held J
lo receive the low ;.1.
water coming down LUn remarkably prices j s4
Long Felio's Challenge. A man and BUY YOURSELF A HOME. in the city Jacksonville.January iih. 1874.the (el-

\Ve. the utulerM< nfd numbtm of the c-lalma his a began to recover her health though erty strl'et. at d that the said sewer hall A Vt.1.A.srTa on St.John't river is oTereJ" for sale lowing" resolution was adopted: .,.- _: .J.i"i ,," ,* u'P n'n! 1
: zts
son, '' uit'ltl. Thai the Trustees of -
ilion Hotel Attion was commenced against extend out to the riverwithi an inlet, One of the most desirable places in the vicinity of Ja.kl Light Company.organized under the Jacksonville ', .;..1 l ,ftU ."llt
of the
x>ii IVIIowV! liasc Ball Clul J. Chnrrc> an act Legislatun '
& lierelsythah1ene under the in Justice Coan' Court. The also on the south side ot"Bay street near uviUc. containing aS acres-about S acres ready for of the State of Florida approved January 8th I -:0-. r',,n .a'.i. ,.
the FatMen't.Club ininjr. Mahone house planting. 1853.be and they arc hereby empowered and instrocu -'I .f.!
\o a ieudlj ) 8' this point being the For particuLrs,apply at tie counting-room j
I .
S. Perry and ) trial came and Stubbs was not to to transfer the capital stock of the several '
stockholders '
; H' I-HMJ Mli on aftert lowest on the line of rlide- as, it is a of Ts N>w SOUTH. 45tf of this : pt.
game Wednesday J Jacksonville insane found be corporaaun to the books of the Jacksonville Gas D A \7..1:5' & D RVr
e.caped the courts. to Light Company SI'ii't "JY
necessity provide a for the organized January
_,, taI o'clock way water I3th 1874, under
u tin the of the
grounds jKHit-ible niid inp,'t' is blame, lo iff. Your CIGARS an act of the LrgBlamre ot the"State of Florida entitled '
re severe tying at fcouicl run c"mlDittee'would fnr- ,, U!. ,1. ):
K. Club.' who is abut six Imported 'domestic and of their own maJlu&ctur.ca An act to provide for the creation of corporation
engaging little 3 l > door. At who's 'wed. ( not feel their recommend that tour Sewers- of always be had a better article and at a Iowa and to prescribe their powers and.liabilities,"'approve nEALUS I; .. ; ,.l d ft 3AH -
. C )tinV.. M. Sannders, 6 ft. 2 in; heart pine plank be t.iri on Baystreet price Augon 8ih. IS68* vithout delay m accordance with ; ', '
' iiujti's.-ion upon the to state. The 'assault was a p than any other place In the dry, at .Gato &,'Go's L* sec. .9 of the --(this corporation* ** .

'i l'hlli"", iliMliniU. 6 ft. 2 iiM V\ A. Stal- lug at the hotel. where Pine street cr.>6 cs, to take the tavoriin.. 6-13cl "Which. on mo ion. was adopted. The Secretary 01 r kinds of FURNITURE. CARPETS.i ..) )f ,
; >t brutal and uncalled for one, and i water from each' side of the street and this Board Trustees was directed to make the M ATTRESSES. WHITE :
t"I traMfir
f knr r*$K 6 f.iu4$ A, X, Dobbins C ft. 2 in. be r s"v.-,
; gntht'rcdlrom him I of the stock **J
as contemplated in the above *
only defence was that he was empty it in the ,Pine street sewer; and BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS resolution. NUT, and CEDAR LUMBER. etc. ; ? ,,
: \. H. tatht is Now.therefore be it known that in accordance with
C ft. a teridcntuf
Liody, :11in. ;in, w. hcr -on \\QI hud ,'-' In ts:..1JACKSONVILLE. ">.
of the young .J lady.- The law las they also recommend:that.openin of a conpct&iisorunent of lumber, dressed I said resolution 1 hate traw>ferred the stock a*above

( 6ft.; ; B. II. Hopkins, 6 1L 1 in. ; B. A. iicctii-ut, is senor ( different sewers, some six or eight in and undressed, nuuMings,!ncatc.at. ?. .the Depot directed,and ther. will be a meeting of the said stock: FLA. .: .*.1 i: rf'" ,
No. 89 F. A. M.,1)r cheated through-some-one's care Lumber Yard. oracrto holders at my office in the city of]." .Florida. _. .
t The-saut 6 ft. 1 in.; C. W. West, 6 ft.3m. has lost number, be lowered, the. 'f Iw ling _now delivered at landings.en I on the jth day of August. to7,. to take such further -,1rIbi; .
in.; E. Hopkins ft 2 in, ; O'car A. 'Irom recently Florida where We have intended, to give a being too high above ground for the the'Address River receive.especial au". Manures as mav be meet and proper. in the premises. Swiss nrmEn and white goods of all kinds aBky'sfttco; ,.

represenlalion the which water to run' into Loris J. BRUSH. H. H. HOEG .
case them. We would
also ;
: oc. ------
lIusst'j 6 Jake Gi: --;;-- "f 8tM I
t. It. ; Cole G It. 1 in.WM. some time recruiting Secretary'J Co.
nearly Jhreo weeks ago. We did recommend that n curb line be established .., 4 -jacluonvifle. Fla.,July IS. IS7f-1"23j.l T'HE JACE.SONVILLEI !
M. SAtbEts egram was sent OUR ENTERPRISING 'n
Captain. from Market to Julia both jH

w-II'. __ __ ___ _____ Georgetown by the intentionally cause injury to anyone I sides of Bay street and that street tho said on line Friends Gato i Co.,have seemin fy spared no '(: .'.
t lint up to a late hour if we had fully understood the case shall I expense in introducing tie handsomest soda' fbuouin FOR SALES AND LIVERY 1 :-. *anSTABLES ; "
Election run on a straight line and
of Officers placed HARRIS EUSTIS AND .I
swer had been ever :. not have published the paragraph so that tbe sidewalks shall, not be less I'A. l. ".. t
j( At a recent meeting ofTrinniph Lodge evening the the soda from it is pronounced by all the tables to be '
:; Northeastern appeared I.xsi Wednesday. than ten feet. in width at any point. the best i SILVER SPRING, _J o j& >'
: o. Independent Order of Gcn dT -
> also ,
mplar .. They recommend that property ,,'It lb.'mo'
.f *. the following officers were elecInl means were refused! a owners be notified to put all! sidewalk NOTICE. .1 And other Laix5a on die Ocklawaha River. C. "B. McOLENNV: PROPRIETOR. 'u ,. ,
that of &. Council "
. for tlioquaiterT. : : a ing number they>' were between Market and Julia streets on the TO TV*TAX-PATCKS OP TUB CITY Of JtCKSOMTIlLK. '_r'- I, -45---- i ,. ,,.."'C".,.."." .
{ \ C. T.-Samuel M, Denuls. July 27, 1874. e&ttblished grade "within a' reasonabletime The nndetsigned having beea pp 4rjed to equalize .The Steamer I Notice is given to the public that I have parchaoocdc.J!

)" W. V. T. Auburn up a suUcription Council. met in regular tes-ion. Pre and that, no 'sid walks' on Bay the assessments of taxes and to hear and determine the OKAHUMKEE the well-known HAJtTklDGE STABLES: ,opposite .' ,
Erwin. time Ue METROPOLiTAN
considerable and havo
a Alderman on kandHl& "'
: Fleming President complaints of all such f
\V. ; street between the points above named perooos as consider themselves
li. '
S. -
--Tho U. > A. L. .
? Ncott.V. The will be Rica Master. .
couple Russell, Do*t wick Denny shall be aggrieved by their assessment*, hereby '' '*:*iol1 .- !
<< \ }. SL-Cliarei Huuon. allotted except they be made give notice toaD I VERY LARGE STOCK OK.
; : W. T. Willis thing can be learned be ut. Huff and Bentley. stone or brick. Yinr committee called concerned that they will meet to discharge the duty i Will leave JocIsoaviH every THURSDAY morning. "
.. Ktis.I A'ewt and Courier.ine a a. 4 a ''at'o'clock.
a anizned them the
, --- : at City Council Room. 4ih. tband6th&AUgt5t.Mzt.
to theirassistance on ,
". C.-F. F. ouuoion*. Alderman Col. c. F.llonkin a I GEO. R. FOSTER..Agent. HORSES&MULES FOR 4ZL_ ;.
\v> M.-Malbew Jshavert. parties Bcptley. from the Special competent Civil Engineer and they respectfully ,Jacksonville, Fla.,July 25. 1874 ?-5tf. "
f in to whom was referred tho ask The Board will sit from 2 to 5 o clock f..x.'a'[ the Those desiring will
f.\ J. G.-AllieeJ this city from FJ that a suitable amount be to purchase find it to their advan-flit .JW fs..04'
i t hppropriatcd to for their services. f
W.jj. tG.Gewrjre Mu (. the steamer Lizzie, pity : E.W DENJIT.WK wock adapted to all uses. "'!iJc ..'.:
;. report i This
st.Jaroes amount is herewith fi'ed. AH of I am also receiving
\. Lung. showing symptoms I The Special Committee to whom .M.BOSTWICK., .. 1"n tuiJ S U .:
: Dv M. ( was which i is respectfully submitted. CONTRACTORS AND
$& -Jaclson Jones. JACO Her. BUILDERSWILL ,A COMPLETE i i. .i ,
i; R. II. S. l> taken in charge by the I d the proposed improvement of S. B. IlCBKAED.A. OUTHT,OF c.
', ,
Walker. '
Fnro A -
t. L. II. ii-WucaJe ualil Thursday I Crerk, and tbe laying out (if an i J. llt' ELL .t ''11-- .

4i Sjtuith condition was ailong its banks, connecting the t ''': W DOUGLAS. '..,, ,ADVERTISEMENTS." FtJLL.ASSORTJENTOFDRESSEDANI BUGGIES, PHAETONS "AND .t.\t -.1

6'J ", with Bay 'street on tile wu.t, re- On motion Alderman Haff ) UNDRESSED LUMBER", OTHER CARRIAGES ,t.. ..1'ftO. 'b
: WILli, learned re '
: : that be '
Steamer Dictator. I represent. That they have MOULDINGS AND SAWED '
f : ,. !;' '' :J
()i (he litest :*
was received and styles, < :
The good II : over the indicated port adopted. .
steamer Dictator arrived berc landing a j. A. grounds hud ". PINESHINGLES, .. jh out'

... Tbur*dajf : raised some for : h \ made iub inquiries on the sub On motion oftAlderman Huff it. was CHEAP FOR CASH FOR LIVERVSEIRVlCEiAT .
, morning in her new -and gay money I as ee3J The ... AT ,. .. 't1' ai. ..'
importance \
proper. tEesolced'That tbe
of tbe Council
ibrHu h -.
; )lLtiO".. For several weeks &Le has I a : ticket lo ) this enterprise, whether, considered at it last meeting, appointing a I THE DEPOT LUMBER 'Which. will be'Siriishc4'- : i'. n ,Uu

been na.lt rfPum' Saranuah steamer' "' i a sanitary material Lumber delivered in all of the ..: &- ,.r". 'J ti 1.
rff eo repairs and has been or point of view, board: of.citizens to equalize assessments part* city --" ; .

.., *trengtL ned and Improved from stem two wanderers fed hardly be overestimated. The prin of taxes and .(' ear grievances\ be re and den at receive all landings prompt.on attention.the river. at low YARD// .THE. SHORTEST- :NOTICE. is. ** J. :

: .
to stern aad from Led to their homeward. ph)'.iciatis) tell us that no D measure considered.'i V. LOUIS J. .1 ;a1l 1'"
upper deck. ititrtJk 6.1874. AXD OS TilE
: equal importance to the health of the jftukttrpi2Ut
;. The new dining room is elegantly fittrdP ; Bcfor leaving the > has_ veu been brought to their On motion pf the same gentleman it -
was TERMS.
and strangely 5Dvtin: The Dicta. have ,'ooonrerl1.is t' In their opinion il this plan be NOTICE.BOAKCH : .._' .k0

I tor Lu Jorg and ) relieved probably'at !lt..cted,. together with ,the improve .Besolt'td, That a Committee of Three OTTICX or F.SCT>MA.VJ s.S.T.Co.,, .- ? .:U1f j.h;
enccessfuljy plied be11I1t'D of the Ald;;nuen be ajpiliitedtctas a" Board Jacksonville.Fla..July an.1874. U>.GM. BS1TTA1NU myalttbori..J Agent and' -
the 'lands "lii
means to swamp between, Depositort the Jacksonville Branch of -
ibis port and Charierton proceed. the above Manager and wilt always be found at tbeSca.blarncyI
without *this : Equalization to equalize the assessments Company are requested to bring'or sen. their Pass
: attend ail
loss wife city, by makingthe same to to buatsesvappejtaining the enablir.QJ
:' 4 rious loss of life or freight. The SavQllah of his la i a public park or otherwise reclaim of taxes and to hear and .determine verified books to and this properly Branch balanced.office.at.net,tha: they may be r IDCDL' C .. McCLENNY. .n.,.

! the cause of'his : the complaints of all considering t'H"15.'In :1' certitcT nays: ia i it, wu shall bo exempt from all. or persons By order of the Commissioners.. .
themselves 7-af W. : ,_ ; .J
.As a sea boat !*strength f' QU.'hi-1 t-killfnl grape all local causes of malarious aggrieved by these assessments J .SW AIM.Cashier. -' ,

:, Del and tall,and an easy m.Li placeLer ; .mploa/ in, that and mar jnstly/tHkej 'as I ; that thd'said Board shall SEHEDULE.. For neckties and bows: hc. Cocky '* I *, ifr.:
n. '
have the
to alter the valuation "
among Uws mostcomlortal.le and Island. His little of the most healthy J localities in the power CHANGE ---- :! .tt.
liable i re- boy .' of property. The,said ,Board shall T' : ', .t
tlJ" Equally the advan c"
pu1lCnger: craft while her great are B. HUBBARD fT
I child ,
speed and
enaWeb clung to the meet at ,toe Council-room on'the 4th SAMUEL .
be ,
travelers to in
secured a material
to po through iu the point .,steamer City Point having been. withdrawn ia :- t n.1
: .ahonest time. The Dictator has i ing, childish tenacity.... view in the developing of our com 5th, and 6th of August next and Summer repairs.' .":- : ", .. .. ._.! ,
been always : vthgiven.tt least three days notice P1ANOS-ORGANS--PTAO3. "ltUKsOfZnuf'i. .I7a;, ; T.
fortunate tore Mr. White ia1. .resources ,
;, And in securing .competent a \ Balding brgetX..tD. 'publication: in the city : THE STEAMER DICTATOR '.-_ .Joi.,.. ': -'- .: : t-l'
rtluble : &\ Ua.ble.area papers and. by
offiners and : river making valuable .,
'.ogel, hose thorough Captain Leu' with a sum of which is now valueless, and beauti- posters of the lime and place of thesemeetingsthey HaiLSOLfledUynalf with the largest Music ::' CAITAI LEO VOGEL : Importer. and Dealer! ,.___ i.--

Polite attenuon seamanship and come to hand! after and attractive the shall proceed to the duties House in the South a.now prepared to sell at nus- : "
and '
.: tojiashengers! have made Island tat l # unsightly un assigned them and report their action to tat low prices lor cash or by imafl monthly payment Will until further HARDWARE, IRON AND STEEI( : V .
Jumagteatfcronie.M-m as Major and lastly notice,leave CHARLESTON .
be continued affording to all on the Council at i its the 10th the abe, HaDctt A,Davis ft Co..Haines&Bros.. every ,.- i_ ) -.1,_ lc:.; .i.
j jn command. Her sufficient to north side of the.'ciiy abi,ve Duval meeting on TUESDAY evening.and SA VAXJUH WEDNESDAY KDGETOOLS.TABLEand
owners could not money August that said Board W.p.Eatersos and the Southern Gem Pianos.-also, every .., !POCKET ?"-, .j', 'nn

fflprwe on hU capacity and reliability. was concluded best to an ample supply o'C.water in case empowered; to are ,hereby Mason& Hamlin. and .Ploubrt, Pekaa&Co. Orgaoi- ,for Florida,arriving in JACKSONVILLE :;: CUTLERY. .,: :,(t; fr-', .i'' 1

The officers, are all fire, which supply' that portion of the employ a secretary at a Easiest terms ever given. CaQ and; see what I can offer '* "
uniformed to ; TriCRSDAV. "
Dew and neat in a Georgetown, Conn., U now wholly destitute of. compensation of seven dollars per day. In the way of superior instruments and low prices. every : _._ _'_. ', -cbo.; Pn1IT. CUss FaiatOih:, : ., "tn

Seen dark blue suit a la the ry's jmivnts ,resid Impressed with theT .vast importance Which, resolution'was unanimously_ _7.a9.1w3m :1. 'J.H.OCHCS.WT : RETURNING -- 'C': P ;: 'Jf.fJ
M 0* Sound ,steamers. Purfr J I ticket should have'.t 1.- these considerations WB-recommend passed.1 i PACKING.- .. (",.._ _. ,0_, u._."?.1 u

ttherwn still Presides over the desk I rs"by the Savannah 't a committee be appointed to further, The President .thereupon 'appointed Wni leave P ALA TKA eveiy THURSDAY evening .., ovESTINwARE.cRocKERy.PuUl's3 >.M "J

and hU genial face *n "good they should Denny. and -
haro .
d.y." I to make a of the ,, -, *: > '.. .Jr"- -. Leailandlronllpe. .. .
f- ,
< > .
? tLc
survey proposed -
greet the traveler in a pleasing leston. The Savannah i such committee.. -- -- --' -fUsTIc'oFTIrnFEAcEiD ait tiJe. FERNANDINA day"arriving; t in : : .t,. ; :
& ve.ment, including the outlet to' DOOR.SASHaLI "DS.110CLDIKCS.StG.ut .
nw. A small SAVANNAH aM CHARLESTON time' rti" :'j';
brass .
<- -
canon now bably Creek and the '
mo. .
quoting from the '
avenue along : Y.' : .
.1-1 1
ances the 'In Sh'oitP. ; <". 3 'i .n.i-I"
arrjan4 borders the i t. MillsEvaporator 1 -* .If- "
departure of thoA that "it to. northwest __ "
wvat. I was ascertained boundary, ;* NOTARY : 'NNEcT- WITH NEW YORK r'E",
die city, and from'thence westerly to Dockray has been sent to the.Idle of PUBLIC,; : ; '
relatives M Gas-Fitting Roofing d Tin ..
: *
-- .. etreeu Also to ascertain what J.t6cciaiOt..unvELocX- : ,;,
on fines.f [Li rl i / 1) miling Jane.to ordei, dl1'
War Incident and A telegram sent the city.can acquire tho landJ now ': h JL J ,.: <--* --' r AGENTS "-'-, .- -

to tkU quiries. A .The "fats"! and "Je n and lengthy?' Corner BAY. and PINE streets '
city' Tidnuj- Urea a reply was by a pond ur swamp in front of -. < W VENEL&CO..t2ar1cs *. ',<*".i' -' 0
who gentJe1I1Q day residence of the late Governor will play for bat and ball Vednesday. Jacksonville FU.WATifTED. Trun&sandvallscsatfluciy's. : . .
has always bdor corroborating r Hart a J. nex \ RAU''ARD & ,.. ',; ,. 3. M. ,, ,- .
the ROBu.r(
Pall war as himself and the'orpo1d of a public park. and to t l ) -4 > .Savannah ,.'-. .. .
M ainee, been further lOn ; / (JEFFREYS. ';' .-.. < "
justly looked I such 'Other information' onthe BRO..SO3rFernanJiiia. SALOON : :
"1 a bdiererlii and; T IW otthe Bible upon P ;ny of that place wb. as will be necessary for a full her last \p trip.the steamer ., Aiadyof.eseralyeais'ezPeri- JFJFR EYS ft'BRO..Jacksomvffie.R. .' CENTRAL .1 .,, ...1 ": ." .1-.J "u..l

Ue la a good and conscientious follower: the insane man, will be in the case and report to Okaharnpkee bad on boarding a large,plan 'I sad ella.Stutic m Wctlr.,i.bcL5jIituad* the* nsaJ ngUJ a!* Teacher\..school French J. ADAMS,Talatta. :, BAY' STJcEETj- .Doors VTea'of LAURA;: >* oJ. : -t

$ ter the dtrine. of as possible to claim Council at as early a day as prac. machine destined for Messrs. Well*. or private family. Reference riven If iwjuired. THROUGH TICKETS -' __, Jacksonville.' r.a..1.j, y ; .. : ..
Wesley 'AcldrcsaIIUS H. L,CharUe Hope. AND BILLS OF LAD- 1. H. BLANCK.. '
a ,.
; man '
WU whom I meanwhile A, J. BEXTLET. Buffan & \Vade proprietow.of tbQ .'I.NG GIVEN.FRUIT y ."- -: l..' .wl
few tbq W3nd ,neli"sawmut c y!' .
'e* *n* "riptur.person maka a habit of r taken care of at the City V : 'V..An BOSTWICK, : at Sah!Mateo.. Florida::. :rt'3- i. : ? : -' .,-.jd'. .,.TbechoiceqUQUORS.. .. _. .., "- ." .

more or understand. E. W. D iY.dopt WlotES. :'fJ".u.ES. .
.. .
*. I U".1 .
leg3-! '
1it. .
r. :
-The Central Sales Room has secured AttVtt AND .VEGETABLES. >
I 'd-i-committee asked Law and U.SXommV. Notary fuhLc, ". > .' "-. '. ': .
-Joe Burroughs for. : : ,. ...'
The .
say -- .LAGERk1t.s ;:1 f
rtIstiand' :
war came. the service of nklllful ; noirillustrated "t; ROBINSON:: fir CO. -- --: : '
on, but war's 'del.. following a : rWU.cOXV : 0ttr.4 .
ihe man in this city selling 1 ;; ordinances: were, '.. .(1 n. '. ." .ll"'7:, 1': ,'. :. : uJ
camp,the carnage or the march J : opqn its bulletin-board the RIEStAT- :'i\bsukw'; keep t> B EST of thcfrkin&doringth.o.a.on. BASE'S iid GINGER ALE DUBLIN
dno I I a pound. We believe it ,*u>.H. ," 'Jt: ;,;. /' STOUTi : -- r*
difference' ; offered !r : :,t PtACHti> sod GRAPES in particular.. Call at ha '
Jo thjj oldierort.To I a-PJlM 018 l :U.ordained. by,tki Mayor and Al things for B:1leJ1t1i--Jorib1? pro A1C 2iaai'ILIf\ : J u.mpally'of Stand,the BudJla staQ at Pc South end of the Market Fancy Cordiak,and IgaX1L'tie-t. a qiavErf,arway* M.

es-that of the-Lord and that'of the ? among J of the City of Jacbontille That bablj, crossed (the) Jordan'to procureUis'picture 'inr YorLta or at b* place JIC1It door to Magnolia Moose,on PIns on luuKk ---- hA 7

among the young ladies; perjsonVr kui l \t'. .. 9..aJ..uJdi-icW a w.gs.7'&I.u" street )'am.i1id wdi nQMrppkcd with the kit qnattyof :: The finest &-MIXED DRINSlwa.
persons wtngly-orwU- i Fruit and Yfjoahles. y-i* 7--Ja11t




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1 :Mat ye do but light foUr funeral pyre I-1 APPETITE relish bestowed upon J: .1, / : -AND REAL ETATE''EXCHANGE., ,: V:

t t Tempting Fate's stroke. the poorer classes that they may like AND GENERAL JOBBER, ., ,. .,- V VV _" V rjncorporate-JJuly'6th'tJfti:] : V V" 'V'"

t i, ce.audyw&or1elkh1nmo1e. : JEWELER\ V .
what they eat while it is seldom en- V
I\1 I Safe lit ar chaW from wounds and woe. ,Comer Bay and Hogan Streets. V, ,. V OITlcE'Ii'I..oVERiooE"s BUILDINO.-OCEAN STREET:
Joyed by the rich, because they may V < Corner Pne'and| Bay Sa.. V V lACKSowvttl*.; FtA..July lit, 1874J --. .
t .1 I MI fire and smoke from mine own muuth I blow.V eat what like.ARGUMENT V V JACKSONVILLE; FLORIDA... II hereby given of the Incorporation of Tkf Florid*'Saving Bank..4 E6t.II'EzcJu."rr -. '
they .
I JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. NOTICE the previsions of the laws of the State of Florida with the principal place of Undoes i Ui the city of
haoktcBen|Ilao deal, tie me. In puT( -:0- V Jacksonville 'I 1 I wncmaAt.* i AT SAVANNAH .IC"'I

I The public smokes With fools, passion; :o: ,, The general nature V Olthe business shall be that of a Bank for Savings and Loan*;and M purchase and salecf ,

You and your koaxAmi vociferation or''iolence'Ith kings; SEWING MACHINES CLEANED AND Real Estate Mortgages Bonds Stocks. Gold and SUver Treasury Warrants. &c. V ,ff ROBINSON ;
REPAIRED.ORDERS VV Watches I The capital stock(which may be increased at any meeting of shareholder called fat that pI1t'pOIel shall be

I tttt your etapty Vapor to f.buHi.Y the words ; with fanatics, .denunciation V New Jewelry, Clocks, f 20,000. .which 10 per cent shall be paid ia upon commencing business, and the balance V installments. V WHOtBSAtB & UTAILDRUGGIST V V
throujft the RAM with of sound : Diamonds,Plated and. the business of the corporation may require. '
Pay lilt each when the ; men sense, a This corporation will go into operation Jaly 6th,1174;and continue twenty Jea *.-, i V
I iwff; mint same 4 nie. id ,
way So Gold and Silver
reason. V COUNTRY PROMPTLY < V 1 he highest amount of liability to which this corporal Ion can subject itself shall be 1150,000 ,
It docs AotrMcM tola dbt; ATTENDED TO. .Waft etc. : The officers of this corporation shall serve without .salary until otherwise provided by a vote oiht stock V Hoeg"! Block. Bay St.. -

And luu UM nor* t feat. the leis I fm.I' A Maine life is 1 holders* t V ,-, FLORIDA.rxNCKimoNs VV
assurance company V .i-t' rt those who desirous of their JACKSONVILLE, : .
: The design the" Florida 'Sa= Bank Is to afford to art saving moieyUM

Author I created to be puJTd to death. investigating the case, of one Wells, SATISFACTION GUARANTEED means of sa ely employing it at a rate of interest to b.lI.estJed.under the direction well-known citizens
home securities well-known value instead running the risk losing it entrusting it to COllPOV1lUUIG A SISCIALTY.KEARNEY.S .
Andflthemuth PEARlS AT. HOME; in ,
who took and DIALI NDS. AND {PRECIOUS .
Out a policy was quietly V SlKnofbUlock.I } Vd foreign corporation to be seat to Jar off clue, for Ui vestment: V : VV l" .I .
Of tone OUth.1 1 ; : V STONES SET .IN of President'a Vice President and Treasurer and ,
buried three days afterward. The dries**.-The officers of this corporation shall consist a ,
j4 BootcMUlnc wight who tuck your brains and breath L' ,J-lE .
Your leaves thus far directors doubt whether all. was/well, / TIlE CENTRAL SALESROOMSAN V until their successors are July chosen V V V V V I' V "
;. t that ended Wells. ,- MtrriMCs:-Regular meetings of the corporation for the election officers and other business/thall be held V
(Without It* fire)resembles my cigar; V ". V ;
annually commencing November i, 1875, i ,. V ,- V V '
.But vaold.. unlmntred.---r-n_. -,- flat---a, AUCTION AND GENERAL COMMISSION Initial- LAtter, Monograms 'and BANK Hums.-The regular hours for transaction of bUMoeis shall be from 9 o'clock a.m"". to'j o'clock P- m. FLUID EXTRACT ,V :. .

? I When:when.: O Bards, will ecmfott like that f HOUSE. Fancy J Engraving done in dally except Sundays and holidays, and on Sa'nrday* until 7 o'clock p. m. VDKPoThDt3 V' V
GENERAL DIRECTORY.STATE. V VV V V att artistic i manner will be entered In the book of the corporation and also In a book to be given to the depositor. ;

: : Since lib and the anxieties that share Bay Street near Laura This book will be evidence of his'or her properly. When moneys are withdrawn,this book'must be BUCH U1: !
V brought to the Bank to have the payment entered Depositors may take out the money themselves or, in case

I Our hope and trur.t.loj' Gn\'l'mor-Y. L. 8TEJ..lI. S. 'JACKSONVILLE.. FLA. absence or sickness it will be paid to their order properly witnessed and accompanied by the book. Deposits '. .

Are smoke and dust. Lieutenant Gov,-rior- j will be repaid at any time when called for, when there is a sufficient amount la the treasury uninvested; otherwise '.'
SATURDAY 6 wtfjyj
"I Give me the smoke and dust that banlkh .cretarvfVtt.-S B. McLIX. V PUBLICSALE, every 7- Standard time by.. hronome. at the earliest practicable period in the order in which they may EC called for. Tbeonlyknownremedyfcit 1'f" :

." care; Coim trolltr-O. ,. COWGILL. ter.: rated by .transitobservations. IstTMHST.-Interest at the-rate of seren and threottntha per cent(or two cents per day on iioo) _ill be paid V VS V .
:. The rolled leaf tiring, TM-suur-C. II. FOOTER VV annually.VU0fl all deposits which shall have remained three months or more in the Bank, to be added annually

Which from Its ashes, PhCcilike. can spring Attorney Otnml-WM. A. COCKK. V ORRIS A. DZIALYNSKI, to the principal of the Pepositnr. V V BRIGHT'S DISEASE,1.
I The Iragrant leaf whose magic balm Comm'rofLazdp, and ImmigTHtiun EAGAV.Bupui V # ACcoAim UNCALLED r OK.-Any account to which nothing shall'be'added and whch shall 'have remaIned . .-.. .
; intendmt of Public Itai'rue'i'.n-J. C. GI BUS.btatc V uncalled for for seven years, shall cease to bear interest. V '. .
!., I Lean,like Nepenthe all our sufferings chwm. EiiKlnccr-.. H. ALUEKOEU. .AUCTIONEER'AND ACCOUNTS'PAYABLa TO H $.-If.persons die WhO own money in this Savings Bank;the money will be V; And positive remedy for

I I paid to their legal representatives., .
Oh. what supreme beatitude U this I IWkf V Cotmvoisiut Wroi.V BANK BOOKS. Although the:officers-w31 endeavor,by' all possible '. ., k> prevent frauds;yet all payments -

I Jnstlce-E.. nAND \Lt.AiJC V V'V to persons. producing the bank-books' shall be valid payments to discharge the corporation. V GOUT GRAVEL. STRICTURES
soft -
t and sweet t\ Juntias-J. I) WE8T< OTT, I .. CHtLDMENfs EKDOWMENTS,-Parents or guardians of minor children may deposit money as trustees* for the V ,. ..

Sensations greet >*iMy V V V B. VAN VALKE nEr.o. 'VCOMMISSION MERCHANT, benefit flf such minors until. they.become of age, Interest,upon which may be withdrawn" annually added to V DIABETES DYSPEPSIA,
soul, and wrap it in Elyslan blitt i i' ClerV-LYMAN B. FO$TKK. 'V the principal. V V NERVOUSDEBII- V r.

I aboYe.c' CIRCUIT COt1l T. SPeCIAL ENDoWIiEST PLAIt.-Depoeits in the Florida Sayings Bank amounting t '70 during each year for a .
soar V .O-AU Linils! of merchandise received on consignment V term otcn years will secure the depositor a cash payment o(5ooo ac the end of the t..m. or proportionately TY, DROPSY : :
Dull earth In these ambrosial clouds like Jove, lat P. W. WHITE Qa'n- < and sold at auction or private sale. on smaller 0' larger annual deposita. III case of inability to'cotopkte the tell annual payments the depositor V ,. V ,
A nd from mine Cmpyrenn height U V Of \Vn liRYMlN, Live'Oak.? I can withdraw the amounts already paid in, upon g ring three momba' notice together with the accrued. interest ; ; V
thereon; This plan unlike ordinary life insurance,secures the depositor against forfeiture previous payments', NON-RETENTION OR INCONTINENCE Of
Look down upon the world with calm delight. Ih" R. U. AUCUltsALD V Jackson5th V'.. Every description of goods entrusted to m* fur sale ETA L V LI C and offers a safe and/easy method providing a handsome endowment for tl e future of parents children friend, V URINE IRRITATION, INFLAMATION 5 VV

_-a._---_ Vifl Judioiil. Circuit-J. II. OOS Ooala.. V will he disposed of tl M BURIAL IC4SEb, or the expositor individually. Sftciaf deposits, not to be withdrawn for ten years.win entitle the depositor to .OR.. ULCERATION OF THE/; r
certificate for detttlt tin nek payable in ten in favor of designated. ',
J T. .IAOUR T, a umaunt ef dtporitt; years any person ,
Leather and Iron. loth." mp" '_ BEST FIGURE POSSIBLE AND V LOANS'.r-AJU: moneys received on deposit shall be invested in first mortgages on real and. personal property in '
J. W.
i Euten-rlso. '.
7U. WOODCOVFFI'N.S this State of at least double the value) ; orIn other ample collateral securities. < BLADDER AND KIDNEYS
It is a fact not known that V : I. the and sale of real the ,
generally BAa Es-rAr-ThIs corporation will act as trustees tor purchase estate or ,:.renting ; .
the and and made.
V V to accurate returns V V
owner, prompt : *' V V 5 ., ,
the value of the leather product of the V DUVAL COUSTV. 1 and management of estates and property generally. "J

United '
States Is :
than t. O'c V
greater the value Clerk ..l Co rt.l)sCAK HAT President. -Vice-President. .Treasurer.. V ,1
of the iron Himff-JOSEPH U. DUUKEKiitate : V S-ij-Kwjm Jack nvt1ie. Fla. V V V V o'.i ;i ., !;
product. The following $ -' A. McDO.NXEIX.Counti : J.L Sea-side villa ites tor sate on:.Fort George Island.: :.The 6net sea. bathing cool sea breezes, magnificent. .. Leucorrh or'"Whiles, Diseases; of'the"Prostra;
statistics will be of interest : Duringthe Ho.icitor-CIIA8 1L PUAIMKRS. SALE AND FEED STABLES rives, over fifteen miles In rxteiit: grand avenues palmetto cedar; oak magnolia. myrtle. &c.. &c.' "Gland;Stone in tha UUddcr CokuIus.Gra..tl or Brick4

Trwurrr-J. VT tI\V AIM. LIVP.RV. ? V Call and see the photographic views at the Florida' SavingBank and Real Esute Exchange.on Ocean. street.... }dust.Deposit and Mwcw or MWky Discharge. .
1870 there were in the United and and sold theV "V V V FLORIDA SAVINGS' B NK," VV
year A'0 or-J. C. UKKKLKV. 't .. State;County city scrip bought at '. .
t Slates 3,237 tanneries and 3,082curry. ColU-ctor- l'ET.t.1t Ji>> EH.Sup I. 7-8-iS-tf..,, > V VS V V V < : V Ocean, near Fonyth street. ., I

t inlei.df nt of ch'>ol.-C. P. il AWBEY.Auctionnu OF ALL SIZES ANDQU LITIES. '<

ing establishments, employing 30,811 -J. !>. Burth. J. Ilemmuig !. A. KEARNEY'SEXTRACT
: men and using 255,250 cords of bark. Dxia )nil t. LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S ROBES. ; : ; J

j otary' l'u\'lica-Jobn O. Ilairel F. U, Knaprs T. EMBALMING.DONE WHEN REQUIRED.ALSO V : J.,C L'ENGLE DRUGGIST: : ; '
A capital of $55,024,200 was invested R. .V\\n\\ O. 1'.' Coop. Chun. M. Summers w. O. ,<; ;:;' Buci-iu

.j 1 in the business and the J.ffrvm, Ehl! llifrvins. Win. M L dwnh KM.CheixV ,V I. : : .
aggregate sum Too ll."Mazy, .-. Swuim, H.Granger, MARBLE AND MARBLEIZED V ;VV t v v\ JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA .j.. 't:( : ; .<:1

:: I: J12,088,430 was paid as to JOM. iL Ijurkif, C. Cudiiugton W. L. Cuaii J. \V. V ,' V'. 'V
Permanently all Diseases
> wages WhitnTj. SLATE MANTELSiSLATE: V 'J"' V V V 1. VL.t, V .S.Vt S. I. cures- of, .the. rlJLADDERr V

workmen. The value of the product Counif Comnili,
II. T. S Eo-li., K. Jonon. .. .V V T .. KIDNEYS A 'iROPSI .'
: exceeded while the 11. Uo g, .. I.
$286tooO',000 The best and most stylish livery teams In the ,
., Jt itIet* of the 1;ea. e-W. W. Sampson, W. A. city MANUFACTURED TO 'ORDERAND'FOR'SALE' S CAL SWELLINGS VV .
value of the iron an br found at the Stable of the undersigned. Bear the "'V ; 1 ; ) .J; .". :; SVV : .t-
business, .was less than t liuitimorit'.l. O. F. .l'u""n..nd. henry C Tixon. Jameo Fursyth Y" V'V V V
Florida of Cedar and Sttft
;. M.-Viii-on. M. 1'. ChBiiHllr-A. II. Philip$ W.: I.. Home. corner <. f.. 'V .j ;
$ioox>ooooo, of the otton manufacturers : Horses boarded and welt cared for on reasonableterms. men,wome'n'and'cnAfrefl",1"NO'
Coan A Ducting, Ww. Gordon, J. F. Boiling J. CALVIN ..OAK, VV'V
: less V V V V
than 178000000. 1'0:1 W. Miard.Rurvejcr: V .. V teams for hand. between V Laura and -
j dun. F. FniHKIn : Strong hauling purposes always on 'orsyth Street Ilpgans, ."
greater extent than IIIOst other articles tw6-io : .MATTER WHATVTHE AGE.; ,
1 >.r ctori of LumU-r-II. V. Moodv.tt. W.Cone. W, H.AVERY.Jacksonville Jacbonyille.lord

: leather when J.IVc.Jr.' V : Fla., May >, 1874. .- 'rl' ,. .
worn out is -an 3 .: .f .,1
Oin, .iabl-a-O.- II.. M "One Kea'nuy'fluid
absolute loss, asit cannot then be J. Foi bvs, Jams Lane, J II.; Drown.u V M, Mc0 Extract StCJlsays Buchu : of I.,
,. more than all other Buchtr*
utilized to any great extent. Iron CARD. : combined." .
: V
: V CASES ,1\ VV rf r> 'r
most other articles above men -FPTER JONESV S V On and after the first of November Price One Dollar per Bottle,or Six Bottles for f!'
tioned, when worn out, are utilized AI<. cn-U. A.TIIKHAUT- E. WT-- KXST.-A. .-. .SELECT PRIVATE1'BOARDcan WOOD COFFINSAND Dollars. V V 'V

: and perform important functions in JiUt'1EL.'t.W. WlkT nouo, WM. M.11081'WI 1'IV '
1C be had In the fa'DitY'fff Colonel A. M. JONES. VVVV VVVV&V 104. DUANE .
: the economy of uses.-Sap. Ad. andRe ULNTLKY $. H. HUGliAEl). V Murdoch House" Fursyth street between. Libertyand I I IjVV ., i > ", .->''.- .' V

: /. Mamhul-E. FOKTUNE' VV V A Physid.lfi in attendance to answer.eorrcspondeae
Clerk-TV. II. CIIKlSTY.TrenturfrCHAHFKIliKSBKBa.. Washington.DAY VV V V V VS
V V and give advice & !.
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V : A Mi-wor-C. IJ. SI U MOK 8 V V _____ -
UNCLE JAKE ON THE COMET.- CoIh-c'or-l'UILIP WALTER.Clerk iatisfactorily accommodated. V V V __ VV_ ______ VV V V AJ4-IIUIID STAMP POR ?V AIIPHJ.ETS,. .. ." /
Fur further information apply at this office. or to i p SV-Vl VVV
"Then you don't take these things literally r-f Market-WM. GABVIX. ;C VV V V
.1 A. M.VJONES at residence.
V City Ph;net m-C. JUt W, J r. CASKETS.ROSS' VV VS V 'W 3.. I II
Uncle V .
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Jake V f .
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: 'No, Boss. We've to read MMONIC.VPo1onon Mayor'J. C; GreeleyFleming & Daniel D. G. OPPOSITE STAND .. 'fr 1" U. .
got .O V
Vmtilcr,J. H. Norton, C. L. Rubin&on., I '( ,. V .' '
V Ln.ho No.2O-M.1lowaV.W. M. Cha*. TOBACCO : '
Schipler wid glass eyes sometimes! ; EII t. '.;'IF. Koopraun Treisj Il gulur uu;e:jng4 TucC's.rnr'jlIe. Ft.... October 38. 1871. tf Bay Street. Jacksonville, .Fla. : : CIGARS .

V odderwise we're gwine to" tumble Ui'and WeJiia-d.ty* of e u>h nu.uUi.. E. WASGATE. : SV NERVOUS- :AND DEBILITATED .

V Duval Iode No Ity-K WalgaeV4.V, M. B. II. ; V-V .. V. V
V roun' ; ( .% I i" V <(tf I It iV .t.
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amongst common sense facts Web.ter. &'.; D. Jones, T)1'r. Regular.Kt !.:tiD". A.B'UESINU. -. --, -- -- -- --- ------- V OF BOTH SEXES.
1 .'
like a rediklus teapot on ten wheels. an.t Sd Moihl,)a of c$ch month. Respectfully! calls the attention of the citizens and merchants ST.' PIPES AND ] ] / .. V
J'cfcdinvjlle Chapter Sa. 12.R. A.U--J.8.Drigc. .FOR AUGUSTINE." ; ., \ SI mm : & : V
V : '
Now HKAU11KUL SOAP he manufactures. CHARGE
I comes dat Mark Twain, an' he M. E. Ji.I'-; M.BOWK,8ro ; U JotuOuid.., It.g- to t e V fSSS : '. FOR.ADVICE AND CONSUL
V It is the best Washing Barber and Toilet Soap ever > ''Jf, J t44 TATION.
i. V
1111,- nifetinici % 1'liJ'J' Itach month.O.MUOXVB .' VS i VVt I
r. encourages de' ighancc an de super- Ommandenr No 2.. J. ti. lriKg) E. mad 'This* Soap is put up in boxes- contain.- -- So- -Ibs. V t THE SCHOONERMagnolia '" V "'' .{ .: '. V V V ;
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; sition of dc keerless an unedicated by C. It. C. Da..kluIII Becorder. lu-gulur mevilngtf JaIL and Orders 90ban.should be addressed V V ..,. ; ;7 ,AT WHOLESALE-BY / .; ]fnkt t:1.f':: 'j .'1. : I .L ,
V : aria 2 J TuoKtla- ot -Hch month. to iV i ; Da. J. B. D\"OTT. graduate of Jtffenon )Iedka1
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tellin' of dent dat him ; i,. .. .
an' Mr lIarV STATE OFFICER, V A. LUESING.BoxTzi. ) ( I' College Philadelphia author ef sereral valuable works-, V
num is agwine to hire de comick 5ri6lf Jacksonville Fla. can be consulted on all discaoca of the Sesuat ar Urin-
togo ILJ..B.; K.NIGHT & 'O"O ? .
Gratd ManUr A. J. llpa*cll. jkmjvtI! ary.jt rgans, (which he has mode an especial ktudy)
; : a sailin' in. Mr. Twain nay fool' Or. V $ '. Umiid Warden-K. P. Jord In. Fern.indma. t EAVENS AND THE EARTH between Jacksonville '.: I Ii
/ of how A of
V B ipnating'or long standing. practice
; 'Tli
a good sight o' people but dam ef !he .!. Wdvatft .Ia-! k-onvilU. V 'St. ; : 30
Jr. Grand WarJt n Augustine 'BA V STREET' fiJJeen' Laura and Hogan -<: years enables him to.treat diseases with success,"Cares
kin GruuJ Tr 1>. L Oaklt-jr.'Jlontlo-llo. i .
fool me. 1 know' Mr. Barnura.Ht's amrvr V Freights at low rates.Fur.freight guaranteed. Charges reasonable. Those at a thatanceV V V t
Grand N'U'CU.ry-lJ C DatrVihii, ..(k onville. f -' '"' forward l Utter and enclosing
or"passage J : .1 ? can describing sjmptoms1
: a chu'ch member .an' Jot P V V :
Grand Chaplain-Bv. n >uny.
a good .
'' V425w3m to .
: p : j stamp pay poatagq. ,
V man. He won't lie. When he Grand TyUf Uavid Jouv*. .lJlCkllClnville.DISTIUC'r TRIBUNE EXTRA NO. 9, apply tVILlSON V&,WHITLOCK; .1 Jacksonville, :Florida. .i.t, : -
i. f.N
puts V Fla. -r'1 r
HEI'UlY GHAND MASTKBB.t .. (Now Ready) Jacksonville. 'Seal:fcr the Cxf /"ll/tJ. Price -
I his dat V 1' V..V V V
name Jo all :
story right, says V JJitc'rlct-lJ. 0. Alderman ilananna Or COSS.V : :;
UbatlahoocLep. ** *-
Jake : but twel( denI don't think noV 21It..rna : S-ftf' St. Au. Fla. .. _,;,_ i I '; : M.
51 *" H. B.Taylor, Live Oak. BV te. V "" : ': : ; B.J.! DYQTT, P.rj .,
; V V
V > \ > VV
stock in it. De idee J.S. IJrll/g-.lackaonvlllt. V VV .
: of fiuin'-'up a 4th f- THE
V &1 b' W. 11.lli Luug, ,.la. MR. RICHARD A. PROCTOR.I. N. MARR V T .. uvPUBLIC I-, Physician a d Surgeon. sot Ev*? .$t.NYV.: V I.
comick wid staterooms VV
an' havinfwater : <> .." Z. II."ill M.uonOraneeSp1ng. THE SUM. A. V are informed that I. have just added to my stock a great variety of CLOTHING of I V ; _
*' Frank Itraiich V V the best manufacture. tl'lKCtherwuh a new.supply of FASHIO.NADLEI GOODS' Latest ,J '.Vttf/ VS V
V an' gas, an' billiards and tele- Tampa. .. II. THE SUN'S FAMILY or PLANETS.III. 9R'OF PATENTS V t" i V !
STATE OFF1CH8 OPGUAS1)CH APTEIl K.A;M. COMETS AND METEORS. V SOUC I. S style ;roadway SILK* HATS-& The entire"line 'or''goods were purchased 9X, pamie prscej, ;PROSPECTUSJj j
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r grafts aboard is all dam'nonsense. Grand lliicb Pii.t-M. Buwt-t,Jnck BTilie! IV. '1 HK MOON.V. V V V 1319 8th street, N..W.,Washington DC; consequently.the, ,- ..;.., ;, ,- V . ..; ,,-21 -; ; i ; ;I.

Den how's he Join to gU aboard art- LK-nuly Oraud High l'rletot-J. tf. Dai., Jutkaon- WONDERS OP THB STAB DeTTHS. R .' PLACES .' : '1 V:: c.F THE, : V V ':.t- V V .' V
V Patents procured for Fifty Dollars- No patent, no 1" I' ; !
aU. V : c. : '
ifMUSIC' .
it fitted Write Information.V i
er chile 7-1
are up, ? Does de Grand King-B. 0. Aldwnnn. Marii.nna.Mratid i The Extra also contains lectures delivered at the Anderson pay. S V V V V Swhere, you'can get the best goods cheapest Is at the store of the un.< fT.rt. :' .

man think wc'rcafl fools?"- V. KSun. ho.nUo.-IX C."AVilson Tatlaha>&pe.Uraid School on Pcoikcse Island but never before pub- ., '. ., : j V:: i- :.ttif.fi ,. .! ; 5.;>' : V :. ,,1 .1:5: .r.njj-! j
T **nrtt-\\. A. Y unx, .lI&CJ.bQnvil1f.ODD'"Jt.LOWS. i' lished. . 9-0, V .i JAM CORDON BEN iE.ri .) (Iai-! VVV
V HAS CHARMS 1 1j / .,VtV .'t < r .j j'.. t t. ( V 1 -,1.r.H..J: 'ts r.

.. fly POI LOUIS' AGASSIZ.. ? ''. the of this i I have tqajc it an object to V .Vx'v \. : PBOWUSTC 1f-. ( ,{li!
meet vawts community, '
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V -- V 8. M.Tuckcri .TJ (
F onda Lodl'.No. I-WIOtlL CM/V. N.O.I; j : '. V .1',1. ; : E .: '1.
; M'I
; IL' 8.- : tvery' Tut'sday I. FIRST LESSONS TO THE ANDERSON SCHOOL.: .41 : .-.> if' -.,I : ":' "R 1 V .
V ACTION-Is 1 life. Itis not the work b4t.t. % V II. THE ART OP TEACHING.II '. (I'" ; ; VS Ij"rY' .' < i : V OJ'j SV J. "' road-way and Ann Sireetsil.t ,. jTlie t j/:. V :

; that kills men ; but VwVOTr3V.rOrk is TEMfEHANCE SOCIETIES.V I."Tui VEST BOOKS TO STUDY. V _, r-I ,- r : tidy'from those manufacturers' whose''goods. ha\e wofld-wide i >'celebrity. My,assortment ofI-" I' : WEEKLY HERALD Is published every Sati- '. .1 '
Dnnl l Dhi4on >o. 1-llt-nry K.ue; N. P.: Oeo.V. IV. CLASSIFICATION IN NATURAL HISTORY. fJ.. .. ."... ..
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0 -a Very CHEAP; also. a full auoriment of PASSENGERS .HOLDING-TICKETS; ,Bt OTUER''LINES..CAN GETjTHEM V Thtf FLrArniAJi office at Tallahassee las Just,

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"Gimme three cents worth of gin- WHITE GOODS. ,V V : i by UM Supreme Court IID&cthcr"wridtth4.caoli7repealing : : \ V
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The: New York 71 milflioni .vy .im.-! VVV.V \ ; j .: .J)4ILY ; NEW STORE.
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dollar worth of lemons and has had fifteen years' practical cuperience in agents' Jackspnyille- r' 'Btq." S VS V p' S '
oranges ITO. 'I -
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tuainets and Is thor do all I
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also Ktates! that in'187094,772,125"oranges BUDDINGVWD'GRAITING-/\ ; ;; ; '- Goodssenby "mail..o V expres t6all. ar'ofte"tte. .( .1 ift t" ;.\R- 4H fcgt- Lou Ia, Cincinnati and many;othersr't. u.VVV #% .. '"-" :, ...!. V

and 93,263,75olemons' were and fJ'ertdi servfce tit those who with a"SKILLED .a. '" .. rj' '" > .** f .Dm 1ir'PI 1iIi ct VVVSL

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